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THE 



EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS 



OF THE 



HOUSE OF REPEESENTATIVES 



FOR THE 



THIRD SESSION OF THE FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 



1894-95. 



IN THIRTY-FIVE VOLUMES. 



WASHINGTON: 

CMDVEBNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1895. 



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LIBRARY 



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fl. xoo|^7. 



INDEX TO EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS OF HOUSE OF 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

I 

Fifty-third Congress, Third Session. 



CONTENTS OF THE VOLUMES. 

Vol. 1. — Message of the President and Foreign Relations: No.l, pt. 1. 

Vol. 2. — Appendix I to Foreign Xlelations: No. 1, pt. 1. 

Vol. 3. — Appendix II to Foreign Relations : No. 1, pt. 1. 

Vol. 4. — Report op the Secretary op War, 1894: No. 1, pt.2, vol. 1. 

Vol. 5. — Report of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 1. 

Vol. 6. — Report of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 2. 

Vol. 7. — Report of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 3. 

Vol. 8.— Report of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 4. 

Vol. 9. — Report of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 5. 

Vol. 10.— Report of the Chief of Engineers : No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 2, pt. 6. 

Vol. 11. — Report of the Chief of Ordnance: No. 1, pt. 2, vol. 3. 

Vol. 12.— Report op the Secretary op the Navy, 1894 : No. 1, pt. 3. 

Vol. 13. — Report op the Postmaster-General, 1894 : No. 1, pt. 4. 

Vol. 14. — Report op the Secretary op the Interior, 1894 : No. 1, pt. 5, vol. 1. 

Vol.15.— " " " '' '' " No. 1, pt. 5, vol. 2. 

Vol.16.- *' '' '* " '' " No. 1, pt. 5, vol. 3. 

Vol. 17. — Report of the Director of the Geological Survey : No. 1, pt. 5, vol. 4. 

Vol. 18. — Report of the Commissioner of Education : No. 1, pt. 5, vol. 5. 

Vol. 19. — Report op the Secretary of Agriculture, 1894: No. 1, pt. 6. 

Vol. 20. — Report op Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1894 : No. 1, pt. 7. 

Vol. 21.— No. 2: Finance Report, 1894. 

Vol. 22. — No. 3, pt. 1 : Report of the Comptroller of the Currency, 1894. 

Vol. 23. — ^No. 3, pt. 2: Report of the Comptroller of the Currency, 1894. 

Vol.24. — No. 4: Internal Revenue. 

Vol. 25.— Nos. 5, 13, 110, and 258. 

Vol. 26. — No. 6, pts. 1 and 2 : Commerce and Navigation. 

Vol. 27. — No. 7: Report of the Attorney- General. 

Vol. 28.— Nos. 8 to 150, inclusive, except Nos. 13, 15, 92, 100, and 110. 

Vol. 29. — ^No. 15 : Statistical Abstract. 

Vol. 30.— No. 92: Tests of Metals. 

Vol. 31. — ^No. 100: Columbian Historical Exposition. 

Vol. 32.— Nos. 151 to 257, inclusive. 

Vol. 33.— Nos. 259 to 353, inclusive. 

Vol. 34. — No. 354 : Eighth Special Labor Report. 

Vol. 35. — No. 355 : Agricultural Yearbook. 

Ill 



) 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 



A. 

Absecon Inlet, New Jersey , preliminary examination of locality inside. 

Accounting officers, claims allowed by , 

Agricultural Yearbook 

AUigator River, North Carolina^ survey of 

Allouez Bay, Wisconsin, survey of 

Alsea River, Oregon, survey of 

American Republics, Bureau of 

Anclote River, Florida, preliminary examination of 

Anderson, John 

Appropriations : 

Annual estimates of 

Urgent deficiencies 

Deficiencies 

Ardmore, Ind. T., expenses of United States courts at 

Assistant attorney, amending estimates to pay salaries of. ..^ 

"Asylum Lot," Pascagoula Bay, Mississippi, sale of 

Attorney-General, communications from : 

Annual report of 

Friend, J. S 

Guthrie, Okla., purchase of building in 

Indian depredation cases 

Judgments against the United States 

Auditor of the Treasury, Office of: 

Improvement of 

Additional clerks in 

B. 

Back River, Virginia, preliminary survey of Harris Creek prong of 

Bad River, Michigan, preliminary examination of 

Baltimore, Md., additional clerk in office of assistant treasurer at 

Baltimore Harbor, Maryland, survey of 

Baton Rouge Harbor, IJonisiana, preliminary examination of 

Bayou Bonfuca, Louisiana, preliminary examination of 

Bayou Castor, Louisiana, preliminary examination of 

Bayou Dugdemona, Louisiana, preliminary examination of 

Bayou Sara Harbor, Louisiana, preliminary examination of 

Bayou Teche, Louisiana, preliminary examination of , . . . 

Beet sugar. C5c6 Sugar.) 

Beaufort, S. C, and Savannah, Ga., channel, survey of 

Belllngham Bay, Washington, preliminary examination of 

Benedict, R. D., services rendered by l 

Bering Sea: 

Controversy, correspondence touching 

Estimate of appropriation to pay claims ^elating to 

Tribunal, infornijition relating to 

Big Coal River, West Virginia, preliminary examination of 

Big Stone Lake, Minnesota, preliminary examination of 

Black Rock Harbor, Connecticut, preliminary examination of 

Board of Ordnance and Fortification, report of 

Bogue Falia, Louisiana, preliminary examination of 

Bonds, issue of, arrangements for J 

Brazos Santiago Harbor and Bar, Texas, preliminary examination of... 



No. 



Vol. 



79 


28 


234 


32 


355 


35 


297 


33 


172 


32 


235 


32 


116 


28 


16:) 


32 


280 


33 


5 


25 


13 


25 


258 


25 


168 


32 


178 


32 


114 


28 


7 


27 


143 




203 




245 




259 




95 


28 


278 


33 


175 


32 


232 


33 


260 


33 


57 


28 


71 


28 


273 


33 


303 


33 


301 


33 


63 


28 


272 


33 


295 


33 


228 


32 


121 


28 


132 


28 


310 


33 


243 


32 


82 


28 


256 


32 


46 


28 


136 


28 


274 


33 


119 


28 


291 


33 


140 


28 



VI 



INDEX TO. HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 



No. 



Vol. 



Bristol Township, Bucks County, Pa., sale of Government property in.. 

Broadkiln River, Delaware, preliminary examination of 

Buckshutem Creek, New Jersey, preliminary examination of 

Bureau of American Republics, continuance of 

Bureau of Engraving and Printing, appropriation for outbuildings i 

for I 

Bureau of Statistics, report of chief of, on immigration and passenger 

movement, and commerce and navigation [Parts 1 and 2] . . 

Byram Harbor, Connecticut, preliminary exafnination of 

C. 



Cahoons life-saving station, reimbursement of crew of 

California Debris Commission, report of 

Cape Canaveral Harbor, Florida, survey of 

Cape Charles, from Franklin City, Va., waterway to, preliminary 

examination of 

Cape Lookout Harbor, North Carolina, preliminary examination of — 

Cape Porpoise Harbor, Maine, preliminary examination of 

Camot, Madame, resolutions of Congress to 

Carrabelle Bar and Harbor, Florida, preliminary examination of 

Carrls River, New York, preliminary examination of 

Carvers Harbor, Maine, survey of 

Cathead Point, Michigan, appropriation for fog signal at 

Chapel Point Harbor, Maryland, preliminary examination of 

Charleston, S. C, public building at, additional appropriation for 

Chatham New Harbor, Massachusetts, preliminary examination of. — 

Chefuncte River, Louisiana, preliminary examination of , 

Chelsea River, Massachusetts, survey or 

Cherokee Indians, moneys due 

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, relative to route for 

Chief of Engineers. (See Engineers.) 
Chief of Ordnance. (See Ordnance.) 

Chinese exclusion law, appropriation for enforcement of 

Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, relief of , 

Christiana River, Delaware, preliminary examination of , 

Civil Service Commission, estimate of appropriation for , 

Civilian engineers, names of. 



17 

70 

42 

116 

150 

241 

6 
23 



244 

11 

321 

83 
319 

22 
131 
328 

40 
304 

93 
135 
294 

69 
274 
162 
182 
102 



106 

307 

74 

85 

125 

61 

226 

184 

137 

149 

248 

324 

43 

33 

141 

204 

100 

6 



Claiborne Harbor, Maryland, preliminary examination of 

Clallam Bay, Washington, preliminary examination of 

Clinton River, Michigan, preliminary examinatiou of 

Cloquet River, dam across 

Coast and Geodetic Survey : 

Appropriation for 

Extra engravers in, for relief 

Statement of expenditures of, for 1894 

Cold Spring Harbor, New York, preliminary examination of 

Cold Spring Inlet, New Jersey, preliminary examination of 

Colorado River, Texas, preliminary examination of 

Columbia Arsenal, Tenn., appropriation for 

Columbian Historical Exposition 

Commerce and navigation (in two parts) 

Commissioner of Education. (See Education.) 

Commissioners of the District of Columbia, annual report of [No. 1, 

part?] 

Commissioner of Indian Affairs, revised estimate for salaries of office of. 119 
Comptroller of the Currency : 

Annual report of, 1894 » [No. 3, part 1] . . 

Annual report of, on national banks, 1894 [No. 3, part 2] . . 

Convery, Cornelius P., postmaster at Perth Amboy, N. J., for relief 173 

Cooper Creek, New Jersey, survey of 176 

Coos River, Oregon, survey of: 257 

Counterfeiting, appropriation for suppressing 292 

Court of Claims : 

Judgments of, list of, and appropriation for 283 

Indian depredation cases, judgments of 245 



28 
28 
28 
28 
32 
32 

26 
28 



32 
28 
33 

28 
33 
28 
28 
33 
28 
33 
28 
28 
33 
28 
33 
32 
32 
28 



28 
33 
28 
28 
28 
28 
32 
32 
28 

28 
32 
33 
28 
28 
28 
32 
31 
26 



20 
28 

22 
23 
32 
32 
32 
33 

33 
32 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



VII 



Subject. 




Courts of United States, estimate of deficiencies in, appropriations for. 

Cranes Creek, Virginia, survey of 

Crescent (^ity Harbor, California, survey of 

Crystal River, Florida, preliminary examination of 

Curran, James (postmaster at Hoboken, N. J.), for relief ^ . 

Customs, estimate of appropriation for collecting 

Customs duties, refunds of : 

Customs inspectors quarters, bill relating to 

Customs officers, emoluments of. 

Customs service^ report on payments of moieties to informers, etc., in. . 

D. 



Decisions under tbe tariif and navigation laws, printing 

Deep Creek Branch (Elizabeth Hiver)^ Virginia, preliminary examina- 
tion of 

Delaware River, preliminary examination of 

Dennis Creek, New Jersey, preliminary examination of 

Department of Agriculture, expenditures in 

Department of the Interior. (See Interior Department.) 



Department of Justice, deficiency appropriation. 



District of Colombia: 

Report of Commissioners of , [No. 1, part 7] 

Estimate of deficiency in appropriations for public schools in 

Compiling laws of 

Deficiency appropriations, estimates of 

Drum Inlet, North Carolina, preliminary examination of 

Duluth, Minn., preliminary survey of harbor of , 

Dunkirk Harbor, New York, preliminary examination of 



E. 

East Boston Channel, Massachusetts, preliminary examination of 

Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, estimate of appropriation for 

removal of 

Echo Bay, New York, preliminary examination of 

Eckert, Jacob 

Ecuador and United States, convention between, appropriation to carry 

into effect 

Edncation, annual report on (No. 1, part 5), vol. 5 

Elizabeth River, New Jersey, preliminary examination of 

Elk River, West Virginia, preliminary examination of < 

Engineers, report of Chief of, 6 volumes 

Engineers, civilian, names of, engaged in river and harbor work 



Enlisted men of Navy, petitions of. 



< 



Entries on public lands, list of 

Evans, C. R., relief of 

Explosives, report on high and low 



F. 

Fall River, Mass., preliminary examination of harbor of, and of Mount 

Hope Bay 

Feather River, California, preliminary examination of , 

a For specification of number, part, volume, and part of volmue, Bee *'Coiiteii\A oi ^c^\rca<ek^'^^ 
frontice. 



223 
320 
231 
157 
201 
287 
311 
267 
263 
190 



308 

270 

16 



Vol. 



28 



\ 



YEL 



VIII 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 




Finance report 

FinaDceSy national, condition of 

Five Civilized Tribes. {See Indian Territory.) 

Flag Lake and Flag River, Wisconsin, preliminary examination of 

Flint River, Michigan, preliminary examination of 

Foreign relations .' [No. 1, part 1]. 

Appendix I [No. 1, part 1]. 

•Appendix II [No. 1, part 1]. 

Forked Deer River, Tennessee, survey of : 

Fort Dodge, Iowa, estimate for additional room in post-office building 
at 

Fort Snelling, Minn., estimates, etc., for erection of a new post hos- 
pital at 

Fort Wayne military post, estimate of appropriation for enlarging 
grounds at 

Fourth of July claims, list of .• 

Franklin Oity toCape Charles, Va., waterway from, preliminary exami- 
nation of 

Friend, J. S 

Fur-seal industry of Alaska 

Fur seal, information relating to 



G. 

General Land Office, estimate of appropriation for ; 

Geological Survey, annual report of Director of (No. 1, part 5), vol. 4. 

Georgiana River, California, preliminary examination of 

Gettysburg, marking battle lines 

Glen Cove Harbor, Maine, preliminary examination of 

Gordon, J. B 

Grassy Island Range, Michigan, building for keeper of 

Gravesend Bay, New York, preliminary examination of 

Great Wicomico River, Virginia, preliminary examination of 

Greenport Harbor, New York, preliminary examination of 

Greenwich Harbor, Connecticut, preliminary examination of 

Greer County, Tqx 

Guadalupe River, Texas, preliminary examination of 

Guthrie, Okla.', purchase of building in 

Guyaudotte River, West Virginia, preliminary examination of 



H. 

Harris Creek prong of Back River, Virginia, preliminary survey of 

Hawaiian Islands, insuiTection in, information concerning 

Hempstead Harbor, New York, preliminary examination of 

Hoods Canal, Washington, preliminary examination of 

Horn Island Pass Bar, Mississippi, preliminary examination of 

Hunting Creek, Virginia, preliminary examination of 

I. 

Immigration and passenger movement at United States ports. [Part 2] . 

Immigration service, plan for organization of 

Imports and exports, bill to print, draft of 

Indian Affairs, Commissioner of, revised estimate for salaries in office of. 

Indian agents, appropriation for pay of : - - - : 

Indian depredation cases, judgments of Court of Claims in 

Indian office salaries, appropriation for 

Indian police service, deficiency in appropriation for 

Indian schools : 

Contract, discontinuance of 

Superintendent of, salary of clerk to .' 

Indian Territory : 

Relative to cost of surveying lands of the Five Civilized Tribes in . \ 

United States courts at Ardmore and South McAlester, expenses of. 



Vol. 



21 
32 

28 

32 

1 

2 

3 

32 

32 

32 

32 
33 

28 
28 
28 
33 



28 
17 
28 
32 
28 
32 
28 



105 


28 


44 


28 


25 


28 


269 


33 


155 


32 


203 


32 


39 


28 


175 


32 


282 


32 


163 


32 


240 


32 


104 


28 


64 


28 


6 




206 


32 


289 


33 


119 


28 


207 


32 


245 


32 


209 


32 


147 


28 


107 


28 


109 


28 


144 


28 


252 


32 


168 I 


32 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



IX 



Subject. 




Indian tribes, appropriation for interest on nonpaying State stock 

bekl by 

Interior Department : 

- Contingent expenses of 

Relative to printing bill omitting to authorize certain printing for 

Indian department of 

Appropriation for clerical force 

Internal Revenue: 

Report of Commissioner of. .. '. 

Report of payment of moieties to informers, etc., in 

Iron River, Wisconsin, preliminary examination of 

Irondequoit Bay and Lake Ontario Channel, preliminary examination of. 
Ironton, Ohio, preliminary examination of harbor at /. 

Issue of bonds, arrangements for ) 

J. 

Jackson Creek, Virginia, preliminary examination of 

Judgments of Court of Claims, list of, and appropriation for 

Judgments of Court of Claims in Indian depredation cases 

Judgments against United States 

* 

K. 

Kalamazoo River, Michigan, preliminary survey of 

Kawkawlin River, Michigan, preliminary surs'^ey of 

Kootenai River, Idaho, survey of 

L. 

Labor, eighth special report on 

La Crosse Harbor, W^isconsin, preliminary examination of 

Licking River, Kentucky, preliminary examination of 

Little Coal River, West Virginia, preliminary examination of 

Little Kanawha River, West Virginia, preliminary examination of 

Little River, Arkansas, preliminary examination of 

Little Wicomico River, Virginia, preliminary exiimination of 

Lnmbertou Branch (Rancocas River), New Jersey, preliminary exami- 
nation of 

Lyons Creek, Virginia, preliminary examination of , . 

M. 

Machias River Channel, Maine, survey of 

Macmaster, Donald, services rendered by 

Mahon River, Delaware, preliminary examination of 

Manchester Harbor, Massachusetts, preliminary examination of 

Mantua Creek, New Jersey, preliminary examination of 

Metals, tests of 

Milford Haven, Va. survey of 

Military Academy buildings and grounds, appropriation for 

Miller, D.B 

Miller, Robert G 

Milton Harbor, New lork, preliminary examination of 

Minnesota River, preliminary examination of 

Mission Indians, California, counsel for, appropriation for 

Mississippi River (east bank from Warsaw to Quincy), preliminary sur- 
vey of 

Mississipjii River (west bank from Flink Creek to Iowa River), survey 
of 

Mississiquoi River, Vermont, preliminary examination of 

Missouri River, preliminary examination of 

Mobile Bay and Mississippi Sound Canal, survey for 

Monongahela River, relative to the locks and dams in 

Mount Hope Bay and harbor of Fall River, Mass., preliminary examina- 
tion of 

Munday, Charles F 



138 
10 



Vol. 



32 
28 



262 


33 


118 


28 


4 


24 


190 


32 


65 


28 


300 


28 


212 


32 


119 


28 


291 


33 


26 


28 


283 


33 


245 


32 


259 


33 


199 


32 


183 


32 


233 


32 


354 


34 


78 


28 


60 


28 


82 


28 


98 


28 


290 


33 


24 


28 


36 


28 


139 


28 


253 


32 


171 


32 


35 


28 


49 


28 


66 


28 


92 


30 


299 


33 


96 


28 


177 


32 


280 


33 


28 


28 


271 


33 


169 


32 


111 


28 


161 


32 


19 


28 


48 


28 


134 


28 


249 


32 


345 


33 


193 


32 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS, 



Subject. 



N. 

Nanticoke River, Delaware, survey at 

Napa River, California, preliminary examination of 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers (Pacific Branch), appro- 
priation for 

National Museum, appropriation for rent of workshops and storage for. 

Navajo Indians, estimate for relief of 

Navigation laws, decisions under, for printing: 

Navy Department : 

Contingent expenses of 



Enlisted men on retired list, petitions relating to. 



List of employees in 

Nestucca River, Oregon, survey of 

New Rochelle Harbor, New York, preliminary examination of 

Newton Creek (West Branch), New York, preliminary examination of.. 

Nooksack River, Washington, survey of 

North Carolina, appropriation for survey of certain land in 

North East (Cape Fear) River, North Carolina, survey of 

North River and Beaufort Harbor waterway, preliminary examination 

of 

Noxubee River, Mississippi, preliminary examination of 1 



O. 



O'Brien, William J 

Oconto River, Wisconsin, preliminary examination of 

Okanogan River, Washington, preliminary examination of. 

Oklahoma, delay in opening certain lands in . . _ 

Oklahoma judges, appropriation for expenses of*. 

Ordnance, report of Chief of 

Ordnance and Fortification, Board of, report of 



21 



28 



P. 

Parkers Head Harbor and Channel, Maine, preliminary examination of. 
Patent Office : 

Classification in, appropriation for 

Deficiency appropriation 

Peekskill Harbor, New York, preliminary examination of 

Pensioners, deceased, relating to expenses of last sickness and burial of. 
Peralta-Reavis against The United States, appropriation for fees and 

expenses in suit of 

Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts, preliminary examination of 

Pocomoke River and Indian River Canal, preliminary examination of.. 

Port Chester Harbor, New York, preliminary examination of 

Port Orford, Oreg., survey at 

Postmaster-General, communications from : 

Annual report of [No. 1, part 4] . 

Con very, Cornelius P 

Curran, James, Hoboken, N. J 

President of United States, communications from : 

Annual message of 

Finances, national, condition of 

Hawaiian Islands, insurrection in 

Issue of bonds 

Eckert, Jacob - 

a For speciflcation of number, part, volume, and part of volume, see •'Contents of volumes" in 
frontice. 



No. 



Vol. 



323 


33 


127 


28 


113 


28 


84 


28 


192 


32 


311 


33 


250 


32 


87 


28 


89 


28 


97 


28 


101 


28 


120 


28 


124 


28 


145 


28 


195 


32 


286 


33 


261 


33 


224 


32 


38 


28 


32 


28 


276 


33 


148 


28 


322 


33 


302 


33 


103 


28 


280 


32 


54 


28 


238 


32 


222 


32 


247 


32 


(a) 


11 


136 


28 



255 


32 


309 


33 


37 


28 


123 


28 


285 


33 


50 


28 


80 


28 


45 


28 


313 


33 


« 


13 


173 


32 


201 


32 


1 


1 


257 


32 


282 


33 


291 


33 


326 


33 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



XI 



Subject. 



No. 



Vol. 



Public buildings, appropriation for care of 

Public grounds, appropriation for care of 

Public lands, entries on, list of 

Public printing and binding, deficiency appropriation for. 
Puyallup Indian commission, appropriation for 



254 
279 
281 
293 
166 



32 
33 
33 
33 
32 



Q. 

Quantico Creek, Virginia, preliminary examination of 
Quincy Bay, Illinois, preliminary examination of 



153 
52 



32 

28 



R. 

Rah way River, New Jersey, preliminary examination of 

Rancocas River, New Jersey, preliminary examination of... 

Raritan Bay, New Jersey, survey of 

Receipts and expenditures, annual report on 

Refunds of customs duties ^ 

Richardson, George 

Rivers and harbors, names of civilian engineers engaged on. 

Rock Hall Harbor, Maryland, survey of 

Rock Island Arsenal, estimate of appropriation for 

Rock Island bridge, Rock Island, 111., removal of 

Royals River, Maine, preliminary examination of 



30 

76 

298 

110 

246 

.14 
125 

200 

202 

112 

20 



28 
28 
33 
25 
32 
28 
28 
32 
32 
28 
28 



S. 

St. Johns River, Florida, preliminary survey of 

St. Louis River, dam across 

St. Lucia River and Inlet, Florida, preliminary examination of 

St. Marys Falls Canal, report relating to commerce of 

Sabine Lake, Texas, preliminary examination of channel through 

Sakonnet River, Rhode Island, relative to stone bridge across 

Salem River, New Jersey, preliminary examination of 

Samoan Islands, interests in, protection of 

Sandusky Harbor, Ohio, improvement of 

San Francisco Harbor, California, preliminary examination of 

San Joaquin River, survey of 

San Rafael Creek, California, preliminary examination of 

Sasanoa River, Maine, survey of : 

Savannah, Ga., improvement of harbor of 

Savannah River, Georgia, survey of 

Secretary of Agriculture, communications from, annual report of [No. 

1, parte] 

Department of Agriculture, expenditures i i. 

Secretary of the Interior, communications from : 

Annual report (No. 1, part 5), vol. 1 

Annual report (No. 1, part 5), vol. 2 

Annualreport (No. 1, part5), vol.3 

Geological Survey (No. 1, part 5), vol. 4 

Educational report (No. 1, part 5), vol. 5 

Cherokee Nation, moneys due *. 

Contingent expenses of Department 

Entries on public lands 

Five Civilized Tribes, lands of 

Five Civilized Tribes, lands of, survey of 

Interior Department, relative to printing bill omitting to author- 
ize certain printing for Indian department of t 

Indian schools, contract 

Indian Territory, relative to cost of surveying lands of the Five 
Civilized Tribes in 

Oklahoma, opening certain lands in 

Public lands, entries on 

Secretary of Navy, communications from : 

Annual report, 1894 [No. 1, part 3] . 



347 
137 
159 
130 
275 
339 

34 
242 

91 

51 
225 
126 
142 
115 

56 



8 



182 
10 
281 
252 
144 

262 
107 

252 
222 
281 



33 

28 
32 
28 
32 
32 
28 
32 
28 
28 
32 
28 
28 
28 
28 

19 
28 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
32 
28 
33 
32 
28 

33 
28 

32 
32 
33 

12 



XII 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 



Secretary of NavV; commuDications from — Continued. 



Enlisted men on retired list, petition pertaining to. 



No. 



< ' 



Navy Department : 

List of employees in 

Coutingent expenses of 

Secretary of State, communications from : 

Annual report on foreign relations .- 

Appendix 1 

Appendix 2 1 

American Republics, Bureau of « 

Bering Sea controversy 

Carnot, Madame, resolutions of Congress to 

Secretary of tbe Treasury, communications from; 

Annual report on finances 

Accounting officers, claims allowed by 

Anderson, John 

Appropriations : 

Book of Estimates of 

Urgent deficiencies 

Deficiencies 

Ardmore, Ind. T., United States courts at 

Assistant attorneys, amending estimates to pay salaries of 

Auditor of the Treasury, Office of .- 

Auditor's Office, additional clerks 

Baltimore, Md., additional clerk in office of assistant treasurer at. . 

Beet sugar, relative to number of claims filed, etc 

Benedict, R. D 

Bering Sea Tribunal 

Bering Sea, estimate of appropriation to pay claims relating to seal 

controversy 

Bristol Township, Bucks County, Pa _. 

Bureau of Engraving and Printing, outbuildings < 

Cahoons life-saving station 

Cathead Point, Michigan, fog signal at 

Charleston, S. C., public building at 

Chinese exclusion law 

Civil Service Commission, estimates of, appropriations for 

Claims, list of, allowed by accounting ojfficers of the Treasury 

Claims (Fourth of July) 

Coast and Geodetic Survey 

Extra engravers 

Statement of expenditures of, for 1894 

Columbia Arsenal, Tenn .- 

Commissioner of Indian Affairs, salaries of, office of 

Comptroller of Currency : 

No. 3, part 1, report of 1894 

No. 3, part 2, report of 1894 on national banks 

Contingent expenses 

Counterfeiting 

Court of Claims, judgments of 

Courts of Unite<l States, estimate of deficiencies in appropriations 

for 

Customs, estimate of appropriation for collecting 

Customs duties, refund of 

Customs inspectors' quarters : 



87 
89 
97 
101 
108 
120 
124 
145 
195 
286 

• 

261 
250 



116 
132 
131 

2 
234 

280 

5 
13 

258 
168 
178 
95 
278 
260 
260 
121 
243 

310 
17 
150 
241 
244 
93 
294 
106 
85 
234 
277 
149 
248 
324 
204 
119 



9 
292 
283 

223 

287 
246 
267 



Vol. 



28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
32 
33 

33 
32 

1 

2 

3 

28 

28 

28 

21 
32 
33 

25 
25 
25 
32 
32 
28 
33 
33 
33 
28 
32 

33 
28 
28 
32 
32 
28 
33 
28 
28 
32 
33 
28 
32 
33 
32 
28 

22 
23 
28 
33 
33 

32 
33 
32 
33 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



XIII 



Subject. 



Secretary of the Treasury, communications from — Continued. 

Customs officers, emoluments of 

Customs service, and iutemal revenue, report on payment of moie- 
ties to informers, etc., in ,. . 

Decisions under tariff and navigation laws, printing of 

Department of Justice, deficiency appropriation 

District of Columbia: 

Compiling laws of 

Deficiency apppropriations < 

Estimate of deficiency in appropriation for public schools in . . 
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, estimate of appropriation for 

removal of 

Ecuador and United States, convention between 

Emoluments of customs officers 

Engravers (extra) Coast and Geodetic Survey ., 

Engraving and Printing, Bureau of, outbuildings ►< 

Evans, C. R ; 

Explosives, report on high and low 

Finance report 

Fort Dodge, Iowa, estimate for additional room in post-office build- 
ing at 

Fort Wayne military post, estimate of appropriation to enlarge 
grounds at - 

Fourth of July claims 

Fur seals 

Fur-seal industry of Alaska 

Oeneral Land Office 

Gettysburg battle lines 

Gordon, J. B 

Grassy Island Range, Michigan , 

Greer County, Tex 

Immigration service 

Imports and exports, draft of bill to print 

Indian Affairs, Commissioner of, salaries of office of 

Indian agents, pay of 

Indian Office, salaries 

Indian police service 

Indian Schools, Superintendent of 

Indian Territory, relating to expenses of United States courts at 
Ardmore 

Indian tribes, interest belonging to 

Interior Department, appropriation for 

Internal revenue report 

Judgments of the Court of Claims 

Land Office (General) 

Macmaster, Donald 

Military Academy buildings and grounds 

Miller, Robert G., relief 

Miller, D.B 

Mission Indians, California, counsel for 

Munday , Charles F 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers (Pacific Branch) . . , 

National Museum, workshops and storage 

Navajo Indians, estimate for relief of 

Navigation and tariff laws, decisions under, printing of 

North Carolina, survey of certain land in 

O'Brien, William J 

Officers of Treasury Department , 

Oklahoma judges , 

Patent Office: 

Classification in , 

Deficiency appropriation for 



No. 



Vol. 



263 


33 


190 


32 


311 


33 


308 


33 


270 


33 


16 


28 


129 


28 


288 


33 


305 


33 


314 


33 


312 


33 


86 


28 


263 


33 


248 


32 


150 


28 


241 


32 


170 


32 


181 


32 


2 


21 


220 


32 


210 


32 


277 


33 


306 


33 


133 


28 


146 


28 


165 


32 


170 


32 


88 


28 


269 


33 


206 


32 


289 


33 


119 


28 


207 


32 


209 


32 


147 


28 


109 


28 


168 


32 


138 


28 


118 


28 


4 


24 


283 


33 


146 


28 


171 


32 


96 


28 


280 


33 


177 


32 


169 


32 


193 


32 


113 


28 


84 


28 


192 


32 


311 


33 


148 


28 


280 


33 


94 


28 


247 


32 


255 


32 


309 


33 



XIV 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 



Secretary of the Treasury^ commanications from — Continaed. 

Pensioners, deceased 

Peralta-Reavis suit against the United States 

Printing and binding, public 

Public grounds, care of 

Puyallup Indian Commission 

Receipts and expenditures, annual report on 

Refunds of customs duties 

Richardson, George 

Rock Island Arsenal, estimate of appropriation for '..... 

Rock Island bridge, Rock Island, 111 

Samoan Islands, interests in 

Selover, Howard 

Sioux Indians of Devils Lake, N. Dak , 

Smith, Converse J 

Soldiers and sailors, relative to deficiencies in appropriations for 

State and Territorial homes for 

South McAlester, Ind. T., United States courts at 

Statistical report of foreign countries 

Supervising Architect of the Treasury, estimate of appropriation 

for Office of 

Tariff and navigation laws, decisions under, printing of 

Topographic atlas 

Treasury Department: 



Officers 



Contingent expenses 

Relative to discharge of old soldiers from 

Venezuela Transportation Company, commission . 

Warren, Winslow, services rendered by 

Winston & Winston, services rendered by , 

Yellowstone National Park, commissioner of 

Yellowstone National Park 

Secretary of War, communications from : 

Annual report of 1894 

Report of Chief of Engineers , 

Report of Chief of Ordnance 

Absecon Inlet, New Jersey 

Alligator River, North Carolina, survey of 

Allouez Bay, Wisconsin , 

Alsea River, Oregon, survey of 

Anclote River, Florida , 

'* Asylum Lot," Pascagoula Bay, Mississippi 

Bad River, Michigan 

Baltimore Harbor, Maryland 

Baton Rouge Harbor, Louisiana 

Bayou Bonfuca, Louisiana 

Bayou Castor, Louisiana 

Bayou Dugdemona, Louisiana 

Bayou Sara Harbor, Louisiana , 

Bayou Teche, Louisiana 

Beaufort, S. C., and Savannah, Ga., channel 

Bellingham Bay, Washington 

Big Coal River, West Virginia 

Big Stone Lake, Minnesota 

Black Rock Harbor, Connecticut 

Bogue Falia, Louisiana 

Brazos Santiago Harbor and Bar, Texas 

Broadkiln River, Delaware 

Buckshutem Creek, New Jersey 

Byram Harbor, Connecticut 

California Debris Commission 

Cape Canaveral Harbor, Florida 

Cape Charles, from Franklin City, waterway to. . 



No. 



Vol. 



123 


28 


285 


33 


293 


33 


279 


33 


166 


32 


110 


25 


246 


32 


14 


28 


202 


32 


112 


28 


242 


32 


14 


28 


208 


32 


268 


33 


266 


33 


168 


32 


90 


28 


216 


32 


311 


33 


128 


28 


94 


28 


95 


28 


278 


33 


9 


28 


353 


33 


251 


32 


117 


28 


122 


28 


164 


32 


167 


32 


(a) 


4 




5-10 


(a) 


11 


79 


28 


297 


33 


172 


32 


235 


32 


160 


32 


114 


28 


232 


32 


57 


28 


71 


28 


273 


33 


303 


33 


301 


33 


63 


28 


272 


33 


295 


33 


228 


32 


82 


28 


256 


32 


46 


28 


274 


33 


140 


28 


70 


28 


42 


28 


23 


28 


11 


28 


321 


33 


83 


28 



a For specification of number, part, volume, and part of volume, see "Contents of volumes" in 
rcutice. 



INBEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



XV 



-:■*- 



Subject. 



Secretary of War, commanications from — Continued. 

Cape Lookout Harbor, North Carolina, preliminary examination of. 

Cape Porpoise Harbor, Maine ! 

Carrabelle Bar and Harbor, Florida, preliminary survey of 

Carrls River, New York 

Carverp Harbor, Maine 

Chapel Point Harbor, Maryland 

Chatham New Harbor, Massachusetts i 

Chefuncte River, Louisiana 

Chelsea River, Massachusetts, survey of 

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal 

Chippewa Indians in Minnesota 

Christiana River, Delaware 

Civilian engineers 

Claiborne Harbor, Maryland 

Clallam Bay, Washington, preliminary examination of 

Clinton River, Michigan - . . 

Cloquet River 

Cold Spring Harbor, New York 

Cold Spriu^'Inlet, New Jersey 

Colorado River, Texas 

Contracts entered into by the War Department 

Cooper Creek, New Jersey , 

Coos River, Oregon, survey of 

Cranes Creek, Virginia 

Crescent City Harbor, California, survey of 

Crystal River, Florida 

Deep Creek Branch (Elizabeth River), Virginia 

Delaware River 

Dennis Creek, New Jersey 

Drum Inlet, North Carolina 

Duluth, Minn., preliminary survey of harbor of 

Dunkirk Harbor, New York 

East Boston Channel, Massachusetts 

Echo Bay, New York 

Elizabeth River, New Jersey ; 

Elk River, West Virginia < 

Engineers, civilian 

Fall River, Mass., preliminary examination of harbor of, and of 

Mount Hope Bay 

Feather River, California 

Flag Lake and River, Wisconsin 

Flint River, Michigan 

Forked Deer River, Tennessee 

Fort Snelling, Minn., estimate, etc., for erection of a new post at. .. 

Franklin City to Cape Charles, Va., waterway from 

Georgiana River, California 

Glen Cove Harbor, Maine 

Gravesend Bay, New York 

Great Wicomico River, Virginia 

Greenport Harbor, New York 

Greenwich Harbor, Connecticut ; . . 

Guadalupe River, Texas 

Guyandotte River, West Virginia 

Harris Creek prong Back River, Virginia, preliminary examination of 

Hempstead Harbor, New York 

Hoods Canal, preliminary examination of 

Horn Island Pass Bar, Mississippi 

Hunting Creek, Virginia 

Iron River, Wisconsin 

Irondequoit Bay and Lake, Ontario Channel 

Ironton, Ohio, preliminary examination of harbor at - 

Jacksons Creek, Virginia 

Kalamazoo River, Michigan, preliminary survey of 

Kawkawlin River, Michigan, preliminary survey of 

I 



No. 



Vol. 



319 


33 


22 


28 


328 


33 


40 


28 


304 


33 


135 


28 


69 


28 


274 


28 


162 


32 


102 


28 


307 


33 


74 


28 


125 


28 


61 


28 


226 


32 


184 


32 


137 


28 


43 


28 


33 


28 


141 


28 


99 


28 


176 


32 


257 


32 


320 


33 


231 


32 


157 


32 


154 


32 


151 


32 


191 


32 


296 


33 


59 


28 


77 


28 


58 


28 


38 


28 


41 


28 


67 


28 


97 


28 


125 


28 


345 


33 


53 


28 


65 


28 


232 


32 


156 


32 


174 


32 


83 


28 


72 


28 


47 


28 


31 


28 


105 


28 


44 


28 


25 


28 


155 


32 


39 


28 


175 


32 


163 


32 


240 


32 


104 


28 


64 


28 


65 


28 


300 


33 


212 


32 


26 


28 


199 


32 


183 


32 



XVI 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 



Secretary of War, commanications from — Continued. 

Kootenai River, Idaho 

La Crosse Harbor, Wisconsin 

Licking River, Kentucky 

Little Coal River, West Virginia, preliminary examination of 

Little Kanawha River, West Virginia 

Little River, Arkansas 

Little Wicomico River, Virginia , 

Lnmberton Branch (Rancocas River), New Jersey 

Lyons Creek, Virginia 

Machias River Channel, Maine 

Mahon River, Delaware , 

Manchester Harbor, Massachusetts 

■ Mantua Creek, New Jersey 

Milford Haven, Va., survey of 

Milton Harbor, New York 

Minnesota River 

Mississippi River (east bank from Warsaw to Quincy ) 

(west bank from month of Flint Creek to Iowa 

River) 

Mississiquoi River, Vermont 

Missouri River 

Mobile Bay and Mississippi Sound Canal 

Monongahela River, relative to the locks and dams in 

Mount Hope Bay and harbor of Fall River, Mass., preliminary exam- 
ination of 

Napa River, California 

Nanticoke River, Delaware 

Nestucca River, Oregon 

New Rochelle Harbor, New York 

Nooksack River, Washington, survey of 

North East (Cape Fear) River, North Carolina 

North River and Beaufort Harbor waterway 

Noxubee River, Mississippi 

Oconto River, Wisconsin 

Okanogan River, Washington 

Ordnance and Fortification, Board of, report of 

Parkers Head Harbor and Channel, Maine 

Peekskill Harbor, New York 

Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts 

Pocomoke River and Indian River Canal 

Port Chester Harbor, New York 

Port Orford, Oreg 

Public buildings, care of 

Quantico Creek, Virginia 

Quincy Bay, Illinois 

Rahway River, New Jersey 

Rancocas River, New Jersey 

Raritan Bay, New Jersey 

Rock Hall Harbor, Maryland 

Royals River, Maine 

Sabine Lake, Texas 

St. Johns River, Florida, preliminary survey of 

St. Louis River 

St. Lucia Inlet and River, Florida 

St. Marys Falls Canal, report relative to commerce of 

Sakonnet River, Rhode Island, relative to stone bridge across 

Salem River, New Jersey 

Sandusky Harbor, Ohio 

San Francisco Harbor, California 

San Joaquin River (Old River Branch) 

San Rafael Creek, California, preliminary examination of 

Sasanoa River, Maine, survey of 

Savannah, Ga., improvement of harbor of. 

Savannah River, Georgia 

Shark River, New Jersey .*. 

Shiawassee River, Michigan 

South Creek, North Carolina 



No. 



Vol. 



233 


32 


78 


28 


60 


28 


82 


28 


98 


28 


290 


33 


24 


28 


36 


28 


139 


28 


253 


32 


35 


28 


49 


28 


66 


28 


299 


33 


28 


28 


271 


33 


111 


28 


161 


32 


19 


28 


48 


28 


134 


28 


249 


32 


345 


33 


127 


28 


323 


33 


224 


32 


38 


28 


276 


33 


322 


33 


302 


33 


103 


28 


i 54 


28 


238 


32 


136 


28 


21 


28 


37 


28 


50 


28 


80 


28 


45 


28 


313 


33 


254 


32 


153 


32 


52 


28 


30 


28 


76 


1 28 


298 


33 


200 


32 


20 


28 


275 


33 


347 


33 


137 


28 


159 


32 


130 


28 


239 


32 


34 


28 


91 


28 


51 


28 


225 


32 


126 


28 


142 


28 


115 


28 


56 


28 


73 


28 


232 


32 


221 


32 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



XVII 



Subject. 



Secretary of War, commnnications from — Continaed. 

Springfield Armory 

Saisnn Creek, California 

Snsqnehanna Eiver, PennBylvania 

Tampa Bay, Florida 

Tar Kiver, North Carolina 

Tickfaw River, Louisiana 

Tionesta River, Pennsylvania 

Tittabawassee River, Michigan, preliminary survey of 

Tongue River, Montana 

Umpqua River, Oregon 

Waddington, N. Y., preliminary survey of harbor of 

War Department : 

Annual report on property leased by 

Annual report on contracts 

Ware Rivei^ Virginia 

Washington Aqueduct 

West Branch (Newton Creek;, New York 

West Haven Harbor, Connecticut 

West River Harbor, Connecticut 

Whitefisb River, Michigan 

Withlacoochee River, Florida 

Woodsbnrg Channel, Hempstead Bay, New York 

Yaquina Bay, Oregon 

Selover, Howard, for relief of - 

Shark River, New Jersey, preliminary examination of - - . 

Shiawassee River, Michigan, preliminary examination of 

Sionx Indians of Devils Lake, N. Dak., appropriation for 

Smith, Converse J., expenses incurred by 

Soldiers and sailors, relative to deficiencies in appropriation for State 

and Territorial homes for 

South Creek, North Carolina, preliminary examination of . .« 

South McAlester, Ind. T., expenses of United States courts at 

Springfield Armory, expenditures at 

Statistical abstract, 1 894 

Statistical abstract of foreign countries 

Sugar, relative to number of claims for bounty on beet sugar, etc 

Suisnn Creek, California, preliminary examination of 

Superior, Wis. , preliminary survey of harbor of 

Supervising Architect of the Treasury, estimates of appropriation for 

OfiSeeof 

Susquehanna River, Pennsylvania, preliminary examination of 

T. 

Tampa Bay, Florida, preliminary examination of 

Tariff laws, decision under, for printing 

Tar River, North Carolina, preliminary examination of 

Tests of metals 

Tickfaw River, Louisiana, preliminary examination of 

Tionesta River, Pennsylvania, preliminary examination of 

Tongue River, Montana, preliminary examination of 

Topographic atlas, appropriation for distributing 

Treasury Department : 

Co n tin gent expen ses of 

OfiScers of, draft of bill to compensate 

Relating to officers of, etc j 

Relative to discharge of old soldiers from 

Tittabawassee River, Michigan, preliminary survey of 

U. 

Umpqua River, Oregon, preliminary examination of 

United States courts at South McAlester and Ardmore, Ind. T., expenses 
of 

H. Ex— 53— 3 II 



No. 



Vol. 



12 


28 


205 


32 


29 


28 


194 


32 


62 


28 


284 


33 


81 


28 


185 


32 


75 


28 


229 


32 


18 


28 


211 


32 


99 


28 


152 


32 


327 


33 


32 


28 


27 


28 


27 


28 


55 


28 


158 


32 


68 


28 


227 


32 


14 


28 


73 


28 


232 


32 


208 


32 


268 


33 


266 


33 


221 


32 


168 


32 


12 


28 


15 


29 


90 


28 


264 


33 


205 


32 


59 


28 


216 


32 


29 


28 


194 


32 


311 


33 


62 


28 


92 


30 


284 


33 


81 


28 


75 


28 


128 


28 


9 


28 


94 


28 


95 


28 


278 


33 


353 


33 


185 


32 


229 


32 


168 


32 



XVIII 



INDEX TO HOUSE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS. 



Subject. 




V. 

Venezuela Transportation Company, appropriation for commisHiou to 
arbitrate claims of , 

W. 

Waddington, N. Y., preliminary survey of barbor of 

War Department: 

Contracts entered into by 

Annual report on property leased by 

Ware River, Virginia, preliminary examination of 

Warren, Winslow, services rendered by 

Washington Aqueduct, sale of certain lands pertaining thereto 

West Branch (Newton Creek), New York, preliminary examination of 

West Haven Harbor, Connecticut, preliminary examination of 

West River Harbor, Connecticut, preliminary examination of 

Whitefish River, Michigan, preliminary examination of 

Winston & Winston, services rendered by 

Withlacoochee River, Florida, preliminary examination of 

Woodsburg Channel, Hempstead Bay, New York, preliminary exand- 
nation of 

Y. 

Taquina Bay, Oregon, preliminary examination of 

Yellowstone National Park : 

Appropriation for improving 

Commissioner of, salary of. 



251 



18 



68 



227 

167 
164 



32 



28 



9S 


28 


211 


32 


152 


32 


117 


28 


327 


33 


32 


28 


27 


28 


27 


28 


55 


28 


122 


28 


158 


32 



28 



32 

32 
32 



53d Congress, ) HOUSE OF REPEESENTATIVES. ( Ex. Doc, 
3d Session. J ( Ko. 4, 



REPORT 



OF THB 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE 



FOR THB 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1804. 



-♦-♦-^ 



WASHINGTON: 

(K)VERNMENT PBINTINa OFFICE. 

1895. 



Treasury Department, 

Docoment No. 1700. 
Internal Revenue — 2d ed. 



h 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Report snbmitted J 3 

Tables at Close of the Bound Volume, Titles of 3 

Estimated Collections forCurrent Fiscal Year 4 

Aggregate Receipts for Each of Last Nine Fiscal Years 4 

CoUection8.for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894 4 

Receipts by Sources for Last Two Fiscal Years 5 

Withdrawals for Consumption during Last Two Fiscal Years 6 

Aggregate Receipts during Fiscal Year 1894 : 

By Collection Districts 6 

By States and Territories 8 

In States, Territories, etc., Consolidated with Other Districts 8 

Receipts by Sources for First Three Months of Current Fiscal Year 9 

Cost of Collection 10 

Amount expended under " Chinese Exclusion Act," 1893-1894 10 

Miscellaneous Expenses . .^ 10 

Estimated Expenses for Fiscal Year 1896 11 

Salaries 11 

Scale of Salaries of Collectors 12 

Official Force 12 

Storekeepers, Gangers, Storekeepers and Gangers, and- Distillery Surveyors ... 13 

General Condition of the Office and the Service 13 

Work Performed in the Several Divisions of the Office : 

In the Division of Law 14 

In the Division of Distilled Spirits , 14 

In the Division of Tobacco , 14 

In the Division of Stamps 1J5 

In the Division of Assessments 15 

In the Division of Accounts 16 

In the Division of Revenue Agents 16 

In the Division of Appointments, Records, and Files 16 

In the Division of Sugar Bounty 17 

In the Division of Chemistry 17 

Work and Expenses of Revenue Agents 18 

Illicit Stills seized. Persons arrested, and Casualties to Officers and Employes. 18 
Expenditures for the Discovery and Punishment of Violators of Law : 

Through Revenue Agents 19 

Through Collectors of Internal Revenue 19 

For Rewards - 19 

For Miscellaneous Purposes 1 19 

Internal-Revenue Inspectors 20 

Expenses of Revenue Inspectors ". 20 

Number, Kind, and Value of Stamps Issued during Fiscal Year 1894 21 

■Redemption of Check and Proprietary Stamps 21 

Production of Stamps 21 



{ 



II CONTENTS. 

Page. 

Manafaotare of Stamp Paper 22 

Official Count of Stamps in Vault '22 

Stock of Stamps in Vault 23 

Certificates of Residence for Chinese Laborers 23 

Aggregate Collections on Tobacco 25 

Decrease in Collections on Chewing and Smoking Tobacco from Fiscal Year 1893 25 

Receipts from Tobacco and Snuff 25 

Decrease in Quantities of Cigars and Snuff Taxed from Fiscal Year 1893 25 

Receipts from Cigars and Cigarettes 25 

Increase from Cifirarettes 25 

Production of Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, and Cigarettes 26 

Cigars and Cigarettes Manufactured during Calendar Year 1893: 

By Collection Districts 27 

By States 30 

Tobacco Factories , 31 

Materials Used in the Manufacture of Tobacco and Snuff: 

By Collectiou Districts 31 

By States 34 

Different Kinds of Tobacco Manufactured : 

By Collection Districts 35 

By States 39 

Abstract of Reports of District Attorneys 41 

Offers in Compromise 42 

Abstract of Seizures 43 

Abatement Claims 44 

Refunding Claims - - 44 

Rebate Claims - 44 

Sales of Real Property acquired under the Internal-Revenue Laws 44 

Violations of Internal-Revenue Laws Charged, and for which Prosecutions 

were Instituted during Fiscal Year 1894, by Collection Districts 45 

Actual Number of Special-Tax Payers : 

By Collection Districts 46* 

By States and Territories 48 

Statements Prepared from Reports in the Division of Distilled Spirits. 49 

Distilleries Registered and Operated 49 

Fruit Distilleries Registered and Operated, by CoUection Districts 50 

N'limber and Capacity of Grain and Molasses Distilleries in Operation at the 

Beginning of Each Month from July, 1893, to September, 1894 50 

Number and Capacity of Grain and Molasses Distilleries in Operation Sep- 
tember 1, 1880, to 1894 51 

Capacities of Grain Distilleries Registered and Operated : 

By Collection Districts 52 

By States and Territories , 54 

Comparative Statement of Distilleries Registered and Operated 55 

Materials used for the Production of Distilled Spirits : 

By Collection Districts 56 

By States and Territories . 58 

Comparative Statement of Materials used and Spirits Produced during Each 

of Last Ten Fiscal Years 59 

Different Kinds of Fruit Brandy Produced during the year : 

By Collection Districts 60 

By States 61 

Spirits Rectified during the Year ended June 30, 1894 : 

By CoUection Districts 61 

By States and Territories 62 



CONTENTS. Ill 

Stock Fed at Registered Grain Distilleries : Page. 

By Collection Districts 62 

By States 63 

Spirits Gauged in 1893 : 

By Collection Districts 64 

By States and Territories. 66 

Spirits Ganged In 1894 : 

By Collection Districts - 68 

By States and Territories 70 

Statement showing the Production of Fermented Liquors in the several Col- 
lection Districts of the United States for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894 . 72 
Statement showing the Production of Fermented Liqnors in the several States 
and Territories of the United States for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. 72 

Statements Prepared from Reports in the Division of Assessments 73 

Assessments : 

By States and Territories for 1894 73 

By Articles and Occupations for 1893 and 1894 74 

Statement as to, Stamp Taxes Assessed 74 

Index to Tables showing Operations in Distillery Warehouses 75 

Different Kinds of Spirits in Warehouse June 30, 1893, by Collection Districts . 76 

Products, by Months, of Spirits in Warehouse June 30, 1893 78 

Different Kinds of Spirits Produced during the year, by Collection Districts.. 83 

Decreased Production of Spirits 85 

Spirits Deposited in Bonded Warehouses during the past Seventeen Years 85 

Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which Spirits 

were held on Deposit during the Year 86 

Different Kinds of Tax-paid Spirits Withdrawn from Warehouses during the 

Year, by Collection Districts 125 

Decreased Withdrawals of Tax-paid Spirits 127 

Withdrawal of Product's, by Months 127 

'Different Kinds of Spirits Lost by Leakage or Evaporation in Warehouse dur- 
ing the Year ^ 129 

^Distilled Spirits Allowed for Loss by Leakage or Evaporation in Warehouses 

during Each of Last Fifteen Years 131 

Increase in, Loss by Leakage or Evaporation of Spirits in Warehouse over 

Previous Year 131 

Exportation of Distilled Spirits: 

By Collection Districts in 1893 132 

By Collection Districts in 1894 133 

By Foreign and Domestic Ports in 1893 134 

By Foreign and Domestic Ports in 1894 137 

Spirits Removed in Bond for Export during Each of Last Twenty-two Years. 139 
Increase in Quantity of Spirits Withdrawn for Export during Fiscal Year 1894 

over Previous Year 140 

Spirits Withdrawn for Scientific Purposes and Use of United States 140 

Increased Withdrawals of Spirits for Scientific Purposes and Use of United 

States 141 

Spirits Transferred from Distillery Warehouses to Manufacturing Warehouses . 141 
Decreased Transfers of Spirits from Distillery Warehouses to Manufacturing 

Warehouses 141 

Spirits Lost by Casualty in Warehouses during Fiscal Year 1894, by Collec- 
tion Districts 142 

Different Kinds of Casualties by which Spirits were lost in Warehouses during 

Fiscal Years 1893 and 1894, by Collection Districts 143 

Spirits Lost by Fire in Warehouses during Each of Last Twenty-two Years. . 143 



IV CONTENTS. 

Page. 
Different Kinds of Spirits in Warehooae June 30, 1894 144 

Products, by Months, of Spirits in Warehonse June 30, 1894 146 

Different Kinds of Spirits Deposited in, Withdrawn from, and Kemaining in 

Warehouses for Fiscal Years 1393 and 1894 151 

Summary of Operations at Distillery Warehouses during Fiscal Year 1894 152 

Stock on Hand, Production, and Movement of Spirits for Each of Last Five 

Fiscal Years 152 

Production and Withdrawal of Tax-Paid Spirits during Three Months of Cur- 
rent Fiscal Year 153 

Bevenue Act of August 28, 1894, as to the Internal-Revenue Tax on Distilled 

Spirits 154 

Different kinds of Spirits Withdrawn for Export during First Quarter of Cur- 
rent Fiscal Year, by Collection Districts 154 

Statement showing by Districts the Quantity in Taxable Gkdlons of Spirits 

Withdrawn for Export during the Three Months ended September 30, 1887, 

1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, and 1894 155 

Spirits in DistUlery Warehouse October 1, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, and 

1894 156 

Distilled Spirits in the United States October 1, 1894 157 

Spirits in Hands of Wholesale Liquor Dealers and Hectifiers October 1, 1893, 

and October 1, 1894 158 

Domestic and Foreign Spirits held by Wholesale Liquor Dealers and Rectifiers 

October 1, 1878, to 1894 160 

Spirits Remaining in Warehouse at Close 0i Each of last Twenty-six years. . . 160 
Different Kinds of Brandy Remaining in Special Bonded Warehouses June 30, 

1893 , 160 

Different Kinds of Brandy Produced and Placed in Special Bonded Warehouses 

during the Fiscal Year 1894 161 

Different Kinds of Fruit Brandy Remaining in Special Bonded Warehouses 

June 30, 1894 163 

Different Kinds of Brandy Produced, Withdrawn from, and Remaining in 

Special Bonded "Warehouses during the Year 163 

Trahsfers of Brandy from Special Bonded Warehouses in One District to 

Special Bonded Warehouses in Other Districts 164 

Different Kinds of Brandy Withdrawn from Special Bonded Waretouses 

during the Year 165 

Different Kinds of Brandy Lost by Leakage or Evaporation in Special Bonded 

Warehouses during the Year 165 

Different Kinds of Brandy Withdrawn from Special Bonded Warehouses for 

Export during the Year, Quantities of - 

By Collection Districts 165 

By Foreign and Domestic Ports 166 

Summar^^ of Operations at Special Bonded Warehouses during the Year 166 

Fruit Brandy Remaining in Each Special Bonded Warehouse June 30, 1894, 

Quantity of - 167 

Fortification of Wines with Grape Brandy Free of Tax 168 

Exportation of Manufactured Tobacco and Snuff in Bond 169 

Exportation of Cigars and Cigarettes in Bond 169 

Drawback Allowed on Exported Merchandise 170 

Fermented Liquors Removed from Breweries in Bond, Free of Tax, from July 

1, 1893, to June 30, 1894 yi 

Oleomargarine, List of Statements Relating to 172 

Production, Withdrawals, and Exportation of Oleomargarine 172 

Increase in the Number of Persons Engaged in the Sale of Oleomargarine 

during the Year 173 



CONTENTS. V 

Pagft 

Summary of Operations at Oleomargarine Manufactories daring the Year .... 173 
Operations in Oleomargarine during Last Two Fiscal Years^ by Collection 

Districts 174 

Production, Withdrawals, and Losses of Oleomargarine in Manufactories from 

November 1, 1886, to June 30, 1894, by Months 175 

Receipts under the Oleomargarine Law during the Fiscal Year 1894 177 

Number of Establishments for which Special Taxes were Paid to Carry on the 

Business of Manu£Ebcturing and Dealing in Oleomargarine during the Year . 178 
Production of and Receipts from Oleomargarine by Fiscal Years from Novem- 
ber 1, 1886, to June 30, 1894 179 

Amendments Suggested to Present Law 179 

Bounty on Sugar, Provisions in Act of October 1, 1890, relating to 18i 

Number of Licenses Issued to Domestic Sugar Producers during the Fiscal 

Year ended June 30, 1894 181 

Total Amount Paid daring the Fiscal Year 1894 181 

Employes and Expense of Paying the Bounty 182 

Statement Relating to the I^oduction of Domestic Cane Sugar and Bounty 

Paid on same during the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894 184 

Statement Relating to the Production of Beet Sugar and Bounty Paid on same 

dufing the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894 188 

Statement Relating to the Production of Sorghum Sugar and the Bounty Paid 

on same during the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894 190 

Statement Relating to the l?roduction of Maple Sugar 191 

Statement Showing by Collection Districts, and by States, the Number of 
Licenses Issued, the Number of Maple Trees Tapped, and the Quantity of 

Sugar and Sirup Produced During the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1893 192 

Classification of Maple Sugar Produced during the Fiscal Year ended June 
30, 1893, with the Amount of Bounty Paid on the Product during the Fiscal 

Year ended June 30, 1894 193 

Recapitulation : 

Licenses Issued, Sugar Returned, Bounty Paid, and Net Bounty Paid dur- 
ing the Fiscal Years 1892, 1893, and 1894 194 

Amount of Bounty Paid from July 1 to August 27, 1894 : 194 

Amount of Sugars Produced during the Existence of the Bounty Law 

upon which Bounty was not Paid 195 

Sugar Work 196 

Samples Analyzed 196 

General Work of Central Laboratory 196 

Adulteration of Foods and Drugs in the District of Columbia 197 



. REPORT 

OF 

THE COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



Teeasuby Depaetment, 
Office of Inteenal Eevenue, 
Washington^ D. 0., November i, 1894. 

SiE : In accordance with the instructions contained in your letter of 
August 23, 1894, 1 have the honor to respectfully submit the following 
report of the operations of the Bureau of Internal Revenue for the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, together with certain additional infor- 
mation relating to the collections made and work performed during the 
months of July, August, and September of the current fiscal year. 

The titles of the tables found at the close of the bound volume of 
this report are as follows : 

Table A, showing the receipts from each specific source of internal 
revenue and the amounts refunded in each collection district, State, 
and Territory of the United States for the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1894. 

Table B, showing the number and value of stamps for special taxes, 
manufactured tobacco, snuff, cigars, cigarettes, distilled spirits, fortified 
sweet wine, fortified wine for export, fermented liquors, oleomargarine, 
and opium manufactured for smoking purposes; also the number of 
the diJfferent kinds of certificates of registry, with the number and 
value of documentary stamps used for validating unstamped instru- 
ments, issued to collectors of internal revenue during the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1894. 

Table C, showing the percentages of receipts from the several general 
sources of internal revenue now taxable in each State and Territory of 
the United States to the aggregate receipts from the same sources, by 
fiscal years, from July 1, 1863, to June 30, 1894. 

Table D, showing the aggregate receipts of internal revenue in each 
collection district. State, and Territory of the United States, by fiscal 
years, from September 1, 1862, to June 30, 1894. 

Table E, showing the receipts from specific and general sources of 
internal revenue, by fiscal years, from September 1, 1862, to June 30, 
1894. 

Table F, showing the ratio of receipts from specific sources of inter- 
nal revenue to the aggregate receipts of the same, by fiscal years, from 
July 1, 1863, to June 30, 1894. 



4 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

Table G, showing the returns of distilled spirits, fermented liquors, 
manufactured tobacco, snuff, cigars, and cigarettes, under the several 
acts of legislation and by fiscal years, from September 1, 1862, to June 
30, 1894; also statement of the production of distilled spirits and fer- 
mented liquors in the several States and Territories, by fiscal years, 
from July 1, 1877, to June 30, 1894. 

Table H, showing the receipts from special taxes in the several States 
and Territories for the twelve months ended Jtine 30, 1894. 

Table I. Abstract of reports of district attorneys concerning suits 
and prosecutions under the internal-revenue laws during the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1894. 

Table K. Abstract of seizures of property for violation of internal- 
revenue laws during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894. 

Table L, showing the collections, expenses, and percentage cost of 
collection in the several collection districts during the fiscal years ended 
June 30, 1893 and 1894. 

COLLECTIONS FOR THE CURRENT FISCAL YEAR. 

After a carefrd examination, I estimate that the total receipts from all 
sources of internal revenue for the current fiscal year will amount to 
$171,000,000. 

RECEIPTS FOR THE PAST NINE FISCAL YEARS. 

Fiscal year ended — 

JuneSO, 1894 $147,168,449.70 

June 30, 1893 161,004,989.67 

June 30, 1892 153,857,544.35 

June 30, 1891 146,035,415.97 

June30, 1890 142,594,696.57 

June 30, 1889 130,894,434.20 

June 30, 1888 124,326,475.32 

June 30, 1887 118,837,301.06 

June 30, 1886 116,902,869.44 

COLLECTIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1894. 

In my last annual report I estimated that the receipts of this Bureau 
for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, would aggregate $150,000,000. 
Throughout the entire year the financial depression tended to mater^'- 
ally reduce the receipts from all sources of internal taxation, and it is 
witl^ much regret that I am compelled to state that the receipts fell 
short of the estimate in the sum of $2,831,550.30, the actual collections 
being $147,168,449.70. 

The following tables exhibit in detail the amount of internal revenue 
collected during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, the sources which 
yielded the revenue, the total sums collected in each collection district, 
State and Territory, the cost of collecting, etc, : 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 5 

INTERNAL-REVENUE RECEIPTS DURING THE LAST TWO FISCAL YEARg. 

Comparative Statement showing the Receipts from the Several Objects 
OP Internal Taxatio^^ in the United States during the Fiscal Years 
ENDED June 30, 1893 and 1894. 



Objects of taxation. 



SPIRITS. 



Spirits distilled from apples, peaches, 
and grapes 

Spirits distilled from materials other 
than apples, peaches, and grapes 

Bectiflers (special tax;) 



Betail liauor dealers (special tax) 

Wholesale liquor dealers (special tax) . . . 

Manufacturers of stills (special tax) 

Stills and worms, manufactured (special 

tax) 

Stamps for distilled spirits intended for 

export 



Total 



TOBACCO. 



Cigars, cheroots, and cigarettes, weigh- 
ing not over li pounds per thousand. . . 

Cigarettes', weighing not over 3 pounds 
per thousand 



Cigarettes, weighing over 3 pounds -per 

uiousand 

Snnff : 

Tobacco, chewing and smoking 



Total 

FBBMENTED LIQUORS. 

Ale, beer, lager beer, porter, and other 
similar fermented liquors 

Brewers (special tax) 

Ketaii dealers in malt liquors (special tax) . 

jiThoIesale dealers in malt liquors (spe- 
cial tax) 



Total 



olbomabgarine. 

Oleomargarine, domestic and imported . . 
Manufacturers of oleomargarine (special 

tax) 

Ketaii dealers in oleomargarine (special 

tax) , 

Wholesale dealers in oleomargarine 

(special tax) 



Total 

BANKS, BANKERS, ETC. 



Bank circulation 

Notes of persons. State banks, towns, 
cities, etc., paid out 



Total 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Penalties 

Opium manufactured in the United 
States for smoking purposes 

Collections not otherwise herein pro- 
vided for 



Total 

Aggregate receipts 



^Receipts during fiscal years 
ended June 30 — 



1893. 



$1,518,787.02 

87,712,513.03 

182,408.53 

4, 867, 324. 39 

425, 339. 27 

1, 325. 01 

4,440.00 

8,123.30 



94,720.260.55 



14, 442, 591. 35 

1,588,346.85 

15.00 

714, 773. 63 

15,143,984.91 



31,889.711.74 



31. 962, 743. 15 
168, 666. 78 
174,043.08 

243,530.06 



1894. 



$U 287, 497. 30 

78,612,150.22 

195,504.21 

4,722,893.27 

423,711.50 

908.35 

2,670.00 

13.917.40 



85,259,252.25 



12,200,752.30 

1, 591, 787. 38 

625.11 

697,625.52 

14, 127, 108. 31 



28,617,898.62 



30,834,674.01 
157,471.14 
179,809.51 

242, 833. 38 



32,548,983.07 31,414,788.04 



1,301,317.60 

15, 350. 00 

238, 332. 00 

115. 644. 00 



1, 328, 558. 00 

11,250.00 

276, 277. 90 

107,394.00 



1, 670, 643. 50 1, 723, 479. 90 



2.26 



168, 357. 57 

125.00 

6, 908. 24 



175. 390. 81 



2.26 



151,045.79 

410. 00 

1.572.84 



153, 028. 63 



161, 004, 989. 67 147, 168, 449. 70 



Increase. 



$13,095.68 



5,794.10 



Decrease. 



$231,289.72 
9,100,362.81 



144,431.12 

1,627.77 

416.66 

1,770.00 



9.461,0()8.30 



3,440.53 
610. 11 



5, 766, 43 



27, 240. 50 



37,945.90 



52, 836. 40 



2.26 



2.26 



285.00 



2.241,839.05 



17, 148. 11 
1,016,876.60 



3,.271,813.12 



1,128,069.14 
11,195.64 



696.68 



1,134,195.08 



4,100.00 



8,250.00 



17,311.78 



5,835.40 



22, 362. 18 



13,836,539.07 



1 



6 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

WITHDRAWALS FOB CONSUMPTION DURING THE LAST TWO FISCAL 

TEARS. 

The quantities of distilled spirits, fermented liquors, manufactured 
tobacco, snuff, cigars, cigarettes, and oleomargarine on which tax was 
paid during the last two fiscal years are as. follows : 



Articles taxed. 



Spirits distilled from apples, peaches, and 

grapes^ ^ galls.. 

Sprits distilled from materials other than 

apples, peaches, and grapes galls. . 

Fermented liqaors ohls. . 

Cigars, cheroots, and cigarettes weighing 

over 3 ponn^ per thousand No. . 

Cigarettes weighing not over 3 jMunds per 

Uioosand No.. 

Cigarettes weighing over 3 pounds per 

tnonsand : ]N o . . 

Snuff lbs.. 

Tobacco, chewing and smoking lbs. . 

Oleomargarine lbs . . 



Fiscal years ended June 30— 



1893. 



1884. 



1,687.541 

97,458,348' 
34, 554. 317 

4, 814, 197, 117 

3, 176, 603, 700 

5.000 

11,912.894 

252,399.749 

65, 061. 775 



1,430,553 

87,346,834 
33. 334, 783 

4,066,917.433 

3,183,574,760 

208,370 

11.627,092 

235,451,805 

66, 427, 900 



Increase. 



6,881,060 
203,370 



1, 366, 125 



Decrease. 



256,988 

10,111,514 
1,219,534 

747,279,684 



285,802 
16,947,944 



Statement showing the Aggregate Collections made and reported to the 
Commissioner of Internal Revenue by the Collectors of the Several 
Collection Districts during the Fi«cal Year ended June 30, 1894. 



Collection districts. 



Names of collectors. 



District of Alabama . . . 
District of Arkansas . . 

First California 

First California 

Fourth California 

Fourth California 

District of Colorado 

District of Colorado 

District of Connecticut 
District of Connecticut 

District of Florida 

District of Georgia 

District of Georgia 

First Illinois : . . 

First Illinois 

Fifth Illinois 

Fifth Illinois 

Eighth Illinois 

Eighth Illinois 

Thirteenth Illinois 

Thirteenth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Sixth Indiana >. 

Seventh Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Third Iowa 

Third Iowa 

Fourth Iowa 

Fourth Iowa 

District of Kansas 

District of ETansas 

Second Kentucky 

Second ^^entucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Sixth Kentucky ....... 

Sixth [Kentucky . . . . 

Seventh Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eignth Kentucky 

District oP Louisiana . . 
District ot Maryland . . 
Third Massachusetts . . . 
Third Massachusetts. . . 
First Michigan 



Rodolphus O. Randall. . . 

Robert T.Cook...- 

John C. Quinn 

OscaM. Welbum 

Horace W. Byington 

"Waverly Stairley 

James M. Freeman 

Albert L. New 

John I. Hutchinson 

John C Byxbee 

Dennis Eagan 

"Walter H. Johnson 

Paul B. T'rammell 

Christopher Mamer 

William J. Mize 

Julius S. Starr 

James W. Hunter 

Levis. Wilcox 

Joseph L. Wilcox 

Daniel Hogan 

William K. Murphy 

John O. Cravens 

William fl. Bracken 

Joseph P. Throop 

Joshua Jump 

John S. Lothrop 

John C. Kelly 

Louis Weinstein 

William H. Stackliouse . 

Cyrus Leland, jr 

Richard B. Morris 

John Feland 

Joshua D. Powers 

Albert Scott 

Ben. Johnson 

David N. Oomingore — 

Alexander Davezac 

Thomas Clav McDowell 

Thomas H. Shelby 

Charles H. Rodes 

John J. Carter 

Murray Vandiver 

Frank E. Orcutt 

Edward J. Donovan 

J ames H. Stone 



Aggregate 
collections. 



$112, 

103, 

751, 

822, 

204, 

128, 

67, 

230, 

409, 

635, 

416, 

34, 

379, 

4, 039, 

4, 575, 

11,034, 

2,800, 

1, 931, 

6,034, 

195, 

330, 

865, 

1,586, 

1,261, 

1.207, 

73, 

102, 

126, 

186, 

31, 

331, 

188, 

4,211, 

220, 

10, 541, 

687, 

2,209, 

869, 

2.064, 

3. 315, 

828, 

3,842, 

1, 978, 

474, 

892, 



768.14 
340.20 
774.08 
927.97 
884.01 
342.49 
598.91 
621.23 
793.37 
205.80 
332.82 
175. 31 
267.12 
437.37 
038.72 
649.68 
264.64 
537.78 
994.92 
721.99 
598.76 
255.56 
489.08 
812.50 
110.00 
017.59 
797. 52 
014.92 
458.10 
434.17 
305.80 
731. 87 
215. 17 
98C.53 
541.74 
417.56 
651.82 
777.03 
277.03 
032. 19 
647.66 
242.59 
843.58 
359.78 
925.42 



COMMISSIONER OP. INTERNAL REVENUE. 7 

Statement showing the Aggregate Collections made and , reported to the 
Commissioner op Internal Revenue, etc. — Continued. 



Collection districts. 



FiTst MicHigan 

Fourth Micnigan 

Fonrth Micbiffan 

District of Minnesota 

District of Minnesota 

First Missouri 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

District of Montana 

District of Nebraska 

District of New Hampshire 

District of New Hampshire 

First New Jersey 

First New Jersey 

Fifth New Jersey 

District of New Mexico 

District of New Mexico 

First New York 

Second New York 

Third New York 

Fourteenth New York 

Fourteenth New York , 

Twenty-first New York 

Twenty-eighth New York 

Twenty-eighth New York , 

Fourth North Carolin a 

Fourth North Carolina , 

Fifth North Carolina. 

Fifth North Carolina 

Fifth North Carolina 

First Ohio 

First Ohio 

Tenth Ohio 

Tenth Ohio 

Etoventh Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

District of Oregon 

District of Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania 

Twenty-third Pennsylvania ? 

District of South Carolina 

District of South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Third Texas 

Third Texas 

Fourth Texas 

Second Virginia. 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virginia...., 

Sixth Virginia 

District of West Virginia 

First Wisconsin 

First Wisconsin 

Second Wisconsin 

Second Wisconsin 



Names of collectors. 



Aggregate receipts. 



James Phelan 

John Steketee 

Israel C. Smith 

Marcus Johnson 

William H. Harries 

Charles F. Wenneker 

Charles Speck 

Hiram F. Devol 

Webster Withei-s 

Ambrose W. Lyman 

James B. North 

James £. French 

Calvin Page 

Isaac Moftett 

James Butcher 

George H. Large 

Levi A. Hughes 

Charles M. Shannon 

Ernst Nathan 

Michael Kerwin 

Ferdinand Eidman 

BobertH. Hunter 

Louis W.Pratt 

Alexander von Landberg.. 

Charles E. Fitch 

Valentine Fleckenstein 

ElihuA. White 

Fumifold M. Simmons 

KopeElias 

Samuel L. Hogcrs (acting) . 

Melvin E. Carter 

David W. McClung 

Joseph H. Dowliug 

George P. Waldorf. 

George W. Hull 

Marcus Boggs 

Samuel M. McMillen 

William H. Gabriel 

Louis P. Ohliger 

Milton Weidler 

Henry Blackman 

William H. Doyle 

Sam. Matt. Fridy 

RaymondE . Shearer 

Thomas F. Penman 

Grant Herring 

Edward P. Eearus 

Eugene A. Webster 

Samuel A . To wues, 

Adam B. Bowman 

John T. Essary 

Frank P. Bond. 



Joseph W. Burke 

J. Edward Eauffman . 

James L. Doggett 

James D. Brady 

William Evan 

Patrick H.'McCauU... 
Hambleton Shepperd . 
Edwin M. Gilkeson... 

Henry Fink 

James W. Murphy.. . - 

EarlM. Rogers 

Moritz F. Blamenfeld. 



Aggregate 
collections. 



$1, 



1. 

3. 

4, 



4. 



5, 
1. 
6. 



1. 
1, 
1. 



3, 



3, 
1. 



5, 



1, 



3. 



066,127.97 
62, 879. 06 

115. 714. 83 
966, 752. 18 
211, 840. 31 
126,952.34 
060, 615. 76 
199,295.51 
249,797.00 
150,257.41 
240, 292. 03 
241,156.01 

252. 856. 81 
53,099.06 

156,001.85 
021,509.96 
13,014.92 
28,705.64 
764.668.54 
729,629.76 
065,488.53 
837.466.98 
956, 735. 91 
027, 283. 14 
175,728.28 
365,110.50 
359,612.95 
568,862.37 
436, 781. 38 
411, 041. 11 
593,483.82 
753,49L64 
016,010.41 
213i 898. 66 
454,502.80 
452, 615. 05 
531, 409. 02 
476, 258. 66 
556,712.13 

206. 460. 34 
134, 070. 70 
962, 308. 16 
113, 534. 56 
848,642.07 
372,715.67 

335. 900. 07 

518. 095. 82 
50,622.88 
23, 212. 02 

9,563.69 
136,471.53 
864,256.48 

123. 414. 35 
124, 442. 30 

129. 243. 84 
334, 550. 11 
230, 621. 05 
154, 338. 51 

828. 542. 08 
864,380.96 
277,521.04 
748,620.17 
166, 792. 22 
324, 858. 69 



147,168,449.70 



\ 



8 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



RECEIPTS BY STATES AND TERRITORIES DURING THE LAST FISCAL 

YEAR. 

Statement showing the Aggregate Collections of Internal Rxvenite, by 
States and Territories, during the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. 



states and Territories. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

Oalifomja(a).. 
Colorado (b) ... 
Connecticut (c) 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas (d) 

Kraituclcy 

Louisiana («)... 
Maryland (/).. 
Massachusetts. 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Misaonri 



Agere^te col- 
lections. 



$112, 

103, 

1,907, 

298. 

1,044, 

416, 

413, 

30, 942, 

4,920, 

488, 

362, 

24,308, 

828, 

3.842, 

2, 453, 

2, 127, 

2, 178, 

7,636, 



768.14 
340.20 
928.55 
220.14 
999.17 
332.82 
442.43 
233. 86 
667.23 
288.13 
739. 97 
630.94 
647.66 
242.59 
203.36 
647.28 
592.49 
660.61 



States and Territories. 



Montana (g) 

Nebraska (A) 

New Hampshire (t) 

New Jersey 

New Mexico (ti ... 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon (1) 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina . . . . 

Tennessee - . 

Texas 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Total 



Agere^te col> 
lections. 



$150. 

2,240, 

494, 

4,230, 

36, 

18,922, 

2,369, 

12,454, 

340, 

12, 151, 

TO, 
1, 010, 

377, 
2.548, 

864, 
4,517, 



257.41 
292.03 
012.32 
610.86 
720.56 
111.64 
781.63 
898.37 
531.04 
196.35 
834.90 
291.70 
100.49 
05L76 
380.96 
792.12 



147,168,449.70 



a Including the State of Nevada. 

b Including the State of Wyoming. 

e Including the State of Rhode Island. 

d Including the Indian Territory and the Territory of Oklahoma. * 

e Including the State of Mississippi. 

/ Including the State of Delaware. District of Columbia, and two counties of Virginia. 

a Including the State of Idaho and the Territory of Utah. 

A Including the States of North Dakota and South Dakota. 

i Including the States of Maine and Vermont. 

k Including the Territory of Arizona. 

I Including the State of Washington and the Territory of Alaska. 

Statement showing the Amount of Internal Revenue Collected in the 
Several States, Territories, etc., that have been Consolidated with 
OTHER Districts, for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. 



States, Territories, etc. 



Alaska 

Arizona 

California 

California, fourth district of 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Idaho 

Indian Territory 

Kansas 

Louisiana 

Maine — , 

Maryland 

Mississippi 

Montana 

Nebraska 



Amount col- 
lected. 



1, 



3, 
2, 



$2, 111. 50 

16, 175. 49 
574, 702. 05 
316, 665. 26 
280. 660. 61 
66L 241. 57 

71 793.44 
197, 031. 51 

19, 851. 40 

2,452.25 

336, 049. 60 

815, 456. 98 

45, 336. 35 
570, 669. 12 

13, 190. 68 

84,548.21 
168, 892. 88 



States, Territories, etc. 



Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Mexico | 

North Dakota 

Oklahoma Territory 

Oregon 

Bhode Island 

South Dakota 

Utah 

Verm ont 

Virginia 

Virginia, two counties of, Acco- 
mac and Northampton, belonging 
to collection district of Maryiana 

Washington 

Wyoming '. j.. 



Amount col- 
lected. 



$16, 

425, 

20, 

19, 

24, 

200, 

383, 

51, 

45, 

23, 

2,545, 



56L24 
300.21 
545.07 
900.86 
238. 12 
519.04 
757.60 
498.29 
857. 80 
375. 76 
303.23 



2,748.52 

137,900.50 

17,559.53 



I 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 9 

I 

RECEIPTS FOR FIRST THREE MONTHfe OF PRESENT FISCAL TEAR. 

The following table shows the receipts from the several objects of 
taxation for the first quarter of the fiscal years ending June 30, 1894 
and _ 1895. A comparison of the receipts for the two periods is also 
given: 



Objects of taxation. 



SPIRITS. 



Spirits distilled from apples, peaches, or 



• er.^pes 

Spirits distilled from materially other than 



apples, peaches, or grai>es. 
ofch 



Wine made in imitation of champagne, etc . 

Reetifiers (special tax) 

Retail liqnor dealers (8X>ecial tax) 

Wholesale liqnor dealers (special tax) — 
Manufactnrers of stills, and stills and 

worms manufactured (special tax) 

Stamps for distilled spirits intended for 

export .-■ 



Total 



TOBACCO. 



Cigars and cheroots 

Cigarettes 

Snuff of all descriptions 

Tobacco, manufactured, of all descriptions 



Total 



FERMENTED LIQUORS. 

Fermented liquors, tax of $1 per barrel on. 

Brewers (special tax) 

Retail dealers in malt liquors (special tax) . 
Wholesale dealers in malt liquors (spe- 
cial tax) 



Total 



OI^OMARGARINE . 



Oleomargarine, domestic and imported . . . 

Manufacturers of oleomargarine (special 
tax) 

Retail dealers in oleomargarine (special 
tax) 

Wholesale dealers in oleomargarine (spe- 
cial tax) 



Total 

BANKS, BANKERS, ETC. 



Bank circulation 

Xotes of x>ersons, State banks, towns, 
cities, etc., paid out 



Total 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Penalties - '. 

Playing cards 

Opium manufactured for smoking pur- 
poses 

Collections not otherwise herein provided 
for 



Amount of tax paid during 
first three months of fiscal 
year— 



1894. 



$183, 958. 84 
16,884,571.76 



77, 141. 64 

2,304,872.66 

200, 815. 51 

1, 214. 58 

2, 563. 80 



19, 655, 138. 79 



3, 026, 788. 65 
^1.999.18 
148, 571. 50 

3,099,739.87 



1895. 



$540,829.53 
37, 005, 526. 85 



69, 691. 71 

2,329,965.96 

206,382.17 

992.51 

504.80 



40, 153, 893. 53 



3, 248, 581. 10 
432. 583. 03 
183. 473. 87 

3,750,309.25 



6,727,099.20 



7,614,947.26 



9, 671, 204. 62 
69, 937. 51 
98, 901. 96 

121, 964. 75 



9,962,008.84 



317,551.68 

3,000.00 

115, 633. 60 

60, 630. 00 



496,815.28 



32, 558. 89 



Increase. 



$356, 870. 69 
20, 120, 955. 09 



25, 093. 30 
5,566.66 



20,498,754,74 



221,792.45 



34, 902. 37 
650. 569. 38 



887, 848. 05 



9, 284, 337. 78 

72,700.09 

104, 292. 76 

135, 138. 96 



9, 596, 469. 59 



276,133.98 

4, 800. 00 

131,480.90 

63,424.00 



475, 838. 88 



32, 335. 11 
170,881.62 



2, 762. 58 
5, 390. 80 

13. 174. 21 



Decrease. 



1,800.00 

15,847.30 

2,794.00 



170,881.62 



$7,449.98 



222.07 
2,059.00 



19, 416. 15 



386.866.84 



365.539.25 



41,417.70 



20, 976. 40 



223.78 



201.99 



162.84 



Total 

Aggregate receipts 



32, 760. 88 



203, 379. 57 



170,618.69 



36, 873, 822. 99 



58,044,528.82 



21,170,705.83 



39.15 



10 ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 

COST OF COLLECTION. 

The cost of collection for the past fiscal year, distributed among the 
different items of appropriation, was approximately as follows : 

For salaries and expenses of collectors, including pay of deputy col- 
lectors, clerks, etc., and including expenses incident to enforcing 
the provisions of law taxing oleomargarine, and the provisions of 
the act of October 1, 1891, relating to the payment of bounty on 

sugar $1,861,206.97 

For salaries and expenses of revenue agents, surveyors of distilleries, 

gangers, storekeepers, and miscellaneous expenses 1, 881, 335. 86 

For salaries and expenses of sugar inspectors 24, 749. 28 

For paper for internal-revenue stamps 58, 619. 18 

For expenses of detecting and punishing violations of internal- revenue 

laws 24,897.79 

For salaries of officers, clerks, and employes in the office of Commis- 
sioner of Internal Revenue 267, 486. 50 

Total amount expended 4, 118, 295. 58 

Deduct expenses relating exclusively to the payment of 
bounty on sugar, as follows : 

Additional deputies and clerks $96, 229. 83 

Polariscopes and articles used in making analyses of 

sugar, etc 591. 74 

Salary and expenses of sugar inspectors 24, 749. 28 

Additional clerks in office of Commissioner 8, 570. 00 

Amount paid out under Chinese exclusion act 8, 933. 84 

Amount paid out for fortification of sweet wines 3, 316. 89 

142, 391. 58 

Leaving the net cost of collection 3, 975, 904. 00 

The percentage of the cost of collection is 2.70 per cent. The expenses 
for the previous fiscal year were $4,219,739.36, beiog 2.62 per cent of 
the collections, showing a slight increase of percentage of cost over the 
previous fiscal year. 

The amount appropriated for the purpose of detecting and bringing 
to punishment persons gailty of violating the internal-revenue laws, 
for 1894, was $25,000. This amount has been more than exhausted by 
the claims already presented to this ofl&ce for payment. It will therefore 
be necessary to ask for an additional appropriation of $500. 

AMOUNT EXPENDED UNDER '^CHINESE EXCLUSION ACT," 1893-'94. 

By the act approved November 3, 1893, to prohibit the coming of 
Chinese persons into the United States, the duty of registering Chinese 
laborers was imposed upon this Bureau. This work was completed on 
May 3, 1894, and the total number of registration certificates applied 
for was 106,811. The total sum appropriated for this work was $60,000, 
and the total amount expended up to the close of the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1894, was $42,899.36, leaving unexpended on the 1st day of 
July, 1894, $17,100.64. 

MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES. 

The act of Congress approved August 7, 1882, making provision for 
sundry civil expenses for the year ending June 30, 1883, required the 
Commissioner of Internal Eevenue to make a detailed statement of all 
miscellaneous expenditures in the Bureau of Internal Eevenue for 
which appropriation was made, in that act. In accordance with this 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 11 

requirement, I submit the following detailed statement of miscellane- 
ous expenses incurred: 

Telegraphing on public business .' $507. 84 

Locks for use at distilleries , 3, 592. 95 

Hydrometers used in gauging spirits 7,266.85 

Weighing beams for use in weighing spirits 2, 344. 25 

Expenses of testing spirits weiehed, labor, etc 122. 88 

Steel letters for numbering stills 14. 75 

Saccharometers, and chemicals for testing sweet-wine samples and oleo- 
margarine 163.18 

Stationery for internal-revenue officers 282. 51 

The Internal Revenue Record supplied to internal-revenue officers 2, 200. 00 

The Federal Reporter for the office of the Commissioner of Internal Rev- 
enue . ^- 17.50 

Compensation of United States attorneys in internal-revenue cases 

allowed under sections 827 and 838, Revised Statutes 550. 00 

Traveling expenses of clerks and chemist under special orders of the 

Department 347. 76 

Expenses of seizures and sales by collectors 260. 38 

Total 17,670.85 

ESTIMATED EXPENSES FOR NEXT FISCAL YEAR. 

I estimate the expenses of the Internal-Eevenue Service for the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1896, as follows : 

For salaries and expenses of collectors, including pay of deputy coUectors 
and clerks, and expense of enforcing the act of August 2, 1886, taxing 
oleomargarine, and the act of August 4, 1886, imposing on the Govern- 
ment the expense of the inspection of tobacco exported $1, 817, 500 

Supplemental 423,600 

For salaries and expenses of twenty revenue agents, for surveyors, for 
fees and expenses of gangers, for salaries of storekeepers, and for mis- 
cellaneous expenses 1 2, 150, 000 

Supplemental 36,000 

For paper for internal-revenue stamps 65, 000 

For detecting and bringing to trial and punishment persons guilty of 
violating the internal-revenue laws, including payment for information 
and detection 75,000 

For salaries of officers, clerks, and employes in the office of the Commis- 
sioner of Internal Revenue. 262, 180 

Supplemental 30, 590 

Total 4,859,870 

SALARIES. 

I have the honor to recommend that Coii?:ress appropriate for the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1896, the sum of $262,180, and $30,590 sup- 
plemental, as salaries for the following officers, clerks, and employes in 
this bureau: 

One Commissioner, at $6, 000 

One deputy commissioner, at 3, 200 

One chemist, at 2, 500 

One statistician, at 2, 500 

Two heads of division, at 2, 500 

Seven heads of division, at 2, 250 

One superintendent of stamp vault, at 2, 000 

One stenographer, at 1, 800 

Twenty-four clerks, at 1, 800 

Twenty-four clerks, at 1, 600 

Forty clerks, at.... 1,400 



W 



IS 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Thirty-two derka, at ^^'^ 

Twenty-one clerks, at ,-- 1,000 

Forty clerks, at 900 

Four measenffersy at 840 

Fourteen assistant messengers, at 720 

Thirteen laborers, at - 660 

An aggregate of 227 persons. 

I also recommend the appropriation of the sum of $2,500 as salaries 
for one stamp agent at $1,600 and one counter at $900, the same to be 
reimbursed by the stamp manufacturers, as provided by the act of 
August 6, 1882. 

SCALE OP SALARIES OF COLLECTORS. 

The recommendations made for the salaries of collectors are based 
upon an estimate of their probable collections according to the follow- 
ing scale, with the qualification that if the actual collections should 
vary from the amounts estimated the salaries will be readjusted at the 
end of the fiscal year: 



For collection of— 


Salary. 


For collection of—' 

1 


Salary. 


ft2B 000 or leaa .....^....... ...... 


$2,000 
2,125 
2, 250 
2,375 
2,500 
2,625 
2,750 
2,875 
3,000 
3, 125 
3,250 


$375,001 to $425,000 


$3,375 


25 001 to S37 500 


425,001 to 475.000 


3.500 


87 50L to 50 000 


475,001 to 550.000 1 


3,625 


60 001 to 75.000 


550,001 to 025.000 


3,750 


75 001 to 100 000 


625,001 to 700.000 


3,875 
4,000 


100 001 to 125.000 


700.001 to 775.000 


125 001 to 175.000 


775.001 to 850.000 


4,125 


175 001 to 225.000 


850,001 to 925,000 


4,250 


226 001 to 275,000 


925,001 to 1,000,000 


4,375 


275 001 to 325.000 


1,000,001 and up\^rard , 


4,500 


325.001 to 375.000 









OFFICIAL FORCE. 



The force connected with this Bureau during the fiscal year which 
ended June 30, 1894, in the various districts throughout the United 
States, as reorganized under the executive order of May 21, 1887, was 
63 collectors, who received per annum salaries as follows : 



Number. 


Salary. 

» 


Number. 


Salary. 


Number. 


Salary. 


36 , 


$4,500 
4, 375 
4,250 
4,125 
4,000 


1 


$3,875 
3,750 
3,625 
3,500 1 
3,375 


2 


$3,250 
3,125 
2,875 


1 


1 


1 ...................... 


1 


2 


1 


1 


6 - 


6 


2, 750 


2 


1 


1 


2,625 









There were also employed 963 deputy collectors, who received per 
annum salaries as follows : 



Number. 


Salary. 


Number. 


Salary. 


Number. 


Salary. 


22 


$2, 000 
1,900 
1,800 
1,750 
1,700 
1,600 
1,550 
1,500 
1,450 
1,400 
1,350 


34 


$1,300 

1,200 

1,100 

1,000 

950 

900 

850 

800 

750 

700 

600 


9 


$500 
480 


11 


169 


1 


33 


127 


1 


425 


1 


136 


11 


400 


10 


2 


4 


360 


31 


64 


27 


300 


2 


4 


3 


250 


59 


23 


2 


240 


9 


1 


7 


200 


119 


5 


4 


150 


1 


25 


6 


120 











COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



13 



There were also employed in the offices of the different collectors 185 ' 
clerks, who received per annum salaries as follows: 



Number. 



1 
2 
3 


4 

1 

38 



Salary. 



$1,800 
1,600 
1,500 
1,400 
1,300 
1,250 
1,200 



Kumber. 



8 

6 

30 

34 

18 

5 

2 



Salary. 



$1,150 
1.100 
1,000 
900 
800 
750 
720 



Number. 



9 
2 
11 
1 
1 



Salary. 



$700 
650 
600 
500 
400 



Also 30 porters, messengers, or janitors, who received per annum 
salaries as follows: 



Nnmber. 


Salary. 


Number. 


Salary. 


Number. 


Salary. 


6 


$600 
500 
480 
400 


1 


$360 
300 
240 
200 


1 


$180 


3 " 


3 


2 


lao 


5 


I 


3 


100 


4 


1 








1 





In addition to the foregoiug there were also employed for limited 
periods 409 persons in duties solely connected with the execution of the 
provisions of the act of October 1, 1890, relating to the payment of 
bounty on sugar produced, as shown more in detail in that part of this 
report relating to that subject. 

At the close of the year ended June 30, 1894, 207 officers, clerks, mes- 
sengers, and laborers were employed in this Bureau, and the aggregate 
amount paid during the year for their salaries was $267,486.50. 

STOREKEEPERS, GAUOERS, ETC. 

There were also employed 696 gangers, who received fees not to exceed 
$5 per day ; 546 storekeepers, and 1,234 storekeepers, and gangers, whose 
pay did not exceed $4 per diem, and 6 distillery surveyors. All the 
foregoing officers are paid only when actually employed. 

Storekeepers are assigned to those distilleries only which have a sur- 
veyed daily capacity of 100 bushels or more, and are paid such compen- 
sation as may be prescribed by the Commissioner of Internal Eevenue, 
not to exceed $4 per day. 

The pay of storekeeper and gangers assigned to distilleries whose 
registered daily capacity is 20 bushels or less is fixed by law at $2 per 
diem. The pay of those assigned to larger distilleries has been graded 
according to the following scale: 

• Compensation for storekeeper and gaugers assigned to distilleries hav- 
ing a surveyed daily capacity exceeding 20 bushels and not exceeding 
40 bushels, $3 per day; compensation of those assigned to distilleries 
having a surveyed daily capacity exceeding 40 bushels and not exceeding 
60 bushels, $3.50 per day ; compensation of those assigned to distilleries 
having a surveyed daily capacity exceeding 60 bushels, $4 per day. 

GENERAL CONDITION OF THE OFFICE AND THE SERVICE. 

The work of this Bureau is in good condition, both in this office and 
in the field. It affords me great pleasure to commend the efficiency, 
industry, and competency of the officers, clerks, and employes in every 
branch of the service, which is evidenced by the prompt and accurate 
disposal of all business of the Bureau up to date. 



14 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

t 

ExamlDatious have been made of the offices of the several collectors 
of internal revenue as frequently during the fiscal year as was possible 
with the limited force of revenue agents at my command, and the con- 
dition in which these offices were found and reported justifies the con- 
clusions above set forth. 

REPORT OF WORK PERFORMED. 

The work performed by the different divisions of the office during 
the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, is shown by the following state- 
ment: 

DIVISION OF IJLW, 

Offers in compromise briefed 642 

Solicitor's opinions prepared 697 

Offers in compromise acted upon 702 

Reports of seizures on Form 117 received 1, 219 

Reports of seizures and destructions on Form 161 1, 068 

Reports on Form 128 received 11 

Other reports received and examined 7, 427 

Quitclaim deeds of real estate sold prepared 3 

Amount received from sales of real property $8, 350 

Accounts of U. S. attorneys for services in interual-re venue cases 

received and acted upon 15 

Reward claims acted upon 17 

Letters written 4,501 

Claims for abatement of taxes disposed of 2, 480 

Orders and certificates for abatement of taxes issued 684 

Amount of abatement claims allowed (uncollectible) $45, 641. 14 

Amount of abatement claims allowed (erroneous assessment) $318,078.91 

Amount of abatement claims rejected (uncollectible) $342. 68 

Amount of abatement claims rejected (erroneous assessment) $70, 907. 78 

Claims for the refunding of taxes disposed of 176 

Amount of refunding claims allowed $56, 644. 97 

Amount of refunding claims rejected $12, 474. 12 

Blauk forms tilled out (and addressed) 2, 251 

Letters written 772 

X DIVISION OF DISTILLED SPIRITS. 

Returns and reports relating to distilled spirits examined and dis- 
posed of • 439,040 

Returns and reports relating to fermented liquors examined and 

disposed of 51, 293 

Computations made of capacities of distilleries and of distillers' 

monthly liabilities 17, 925 

Cases of liability to assessment for deficiency, excess, and errors in 

gauging found and reported 2,725 

Aggregate amount reported for assessment $168, 103, 20 

Examined and issued for use at distilleries: 

Slaight locks 843 

Miller locks 2,803 

Examined and issued to gauging officers : 

Hydrometer sets 38 

Hydrometer boxes 106 

Hydrometer cups 680 

Hydrometer stems 2, 338 

Hydrometer stem-holders 240 

Thermometers examined 1,196 

Ganging rods 46 

Wantage rods 141 

Weighing beams issued for use of gauging officers 231 

Letters written '25, 129 

Letters received 13,507 

DIVISION OF TOBACCO. 

Accounts of cigar manufacturers audited 29,230 

Accounts of tobacco manufacturers audited 3,041 

Accounts of tobacco man ufacturers recorded 1,680 

Statements of apparent deficiencies in accounts sent to collectors . . 1,001 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAli REVENUE. 15 

Notices of apparent deficiencies in accounts sent to collectors for 

service on manufacturers 2,002 

Explanations of deficiencies examined and acted upon 1,448 

Claims for abatement and refunding of taxes examined and opinions 

thereon furnished to the Solicitor 31 

Circular letters and orders prepared *. 5 

Letters written -. 1,143 

DIVISION OF STAMPS. 

Sheets of stamps received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing 

and counted 49,319,S50 

Sheets of stamps returned by collectors, counted for reissue 39, 490 

Certificates of registry received from Public Printer and counted. . . 66, 000 
Certificates of residence for Chinese laborers received from Public 

Printer and counted : 50,000 

Certificates of registry retunied by collectors and counted 5, 000 

Certificates of residence for Chinese laborers returned by collectors 

and counted 8, 100 

Collectors' orders and requisitions filled '. 4, 277 

Packages of stamps mailed 53, 389 

Books of stamps, coupons, and stubs returned by collectors exam- 
ined and counted 73,697 

Stamps and coupons returned, counted, credited in collectors' ac- 
counts, and forwarded to Fifth Auditor 84, 970, 040 

Stubs of stamps examined 16, 074, 500 

Books of stamps and coupons referred to Fifth Auditor 46, 823 

Stamps returned by collectors unfit for reissue, and stamps returned 

for redemption, counted and certified for destruction 350, 071 

Claims for redemption of stamps received and examined 470 

Claims for redemption of stamps allowed and referred to Fifth Auditor . 362 

Claims for redemption of stamps rejected 25 

Applications for restamping received and disposed of '69 

Applications for issue of special-tax stamps, in lieu of others 

destroyed, received, and disposed of 551 

Claims on Forms 66, 66 A, and 325 received and examined 262 

Claims on Forn^s 66, 66 A, and 325 allowed and referred to Fifth 

Anditor and assessment division 240 

Stnbs of tax-paid spirit and special-tax stamps and items on Form 

168, checked with claims, Forms 66, 66 A, and 325 1, 148 

Reports examined and disposed of 34, 503 

Statements of accounts made 429 

Karnes of persons appearing liable to penialty copied from stnbs of 

special-tax stamps 10, 223 

Names of persons liable to penalty for default of proper return of 

special- tax liability, reported to assessment division 5, 727 

Reexamination of stubs of special-tax stamps made to verify lists 

of persons reported for assessment 5, 727 

Packages received by express, recorded, and. distributed 168 

Packages received by registered mail, recorded, and distributed ... 5, 292 

Acknowledgments of stamps prepared and forwarded 6, 676 

Letter? written 3,957 

Value of stamps received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing. . $212, 454, 295. 00 

Value of stamps issued to collectors 177,017,880. 13 

Value of stamps on tin-foil wrappers for tobacco issued to manu- 
facturers 101,603.10 

Value of stamps issued for stamping documents under section 3422, 

Revised Statutes 9.0C 

Value of stamps destroyed : 1,245,898.11 

Value of stamps and coupons forwarded to Fifth Auditor as vouchers 

in collectors' accounts 14, 804, 979. 05 

Value of claims for redemption of stamps allowed 19, 785. 16 

Value of claims on Forms 66 and 66 A, certified to Fifth Auditor 4, 127. 15 

DIVISION OF ASSESSMENTS. 

Reports relating to assessments examined and disposed of 15, 843 

Beports relating to bonded accounts examined and disposed o:^ 608, 635 

Reports relating to exportations examined and disposed of 285, 263 

Reports relating to the fortification of wines examined and disposed of 1, 545 

Claims for drawback disposed of 206 

Letters written, including telegrams and printed forms calling for cor- 
rections 4,953 

Letters and telegrams received 3, 106 



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16 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

DIVISION OF ACCOUNTS. 

Weekly reports examined and disposed of 2, 616 

Monthly reports examined and disposed of 47, 211 

Quarterly reports examined and disposed of 946 

Miscellaneous reports examined and disposed of. 863 

Certificates of deposit for intomal-revenue collections recorded 

(amounting to $146,589,124.80) 27,724 

Certificates of deposit for compromise offers, etc., recorded (amount- 
ing to $62.532.81) 781 

Draus mailed to collectors for monthly expenses (amounting to 

$3,067,807) 777 

Drafts mailed to collectors for gangers' feesj etc. (amounting to 

$616,012.30) 6,388 

Drafts mailed to collectors for compromise ofi'ers returned (amount- 
ing to $12,769.19) 105 

Drafts mailed to depositories for transfer of funds (amounting to 

$53,498.55) 304 

Drafts mailed to internal-revenue agents for salary (amounting to 

$38,494.37) 219 

Drafts mailed to sugar inspectors for salary (amounting to $16,840.19) 145 
Amount disbursed on pay roll of office of Commissioner of Internal 

Revenue $267,688.76 

Special allowances to collectors of internal revenue recommended to 

the Secretary of Treasury 233 

Final statements of collectors' accounts referred to the Fifth Auditor 

for settlement : 94 

Collectors' monthly reports of collections consolidated into annual 

statements 709 

Annual statements of collectors' monthly reports of collections re- 
corded 110 

Schedules of gangers' accounts prepared 159 

Checks for gangers' fees and expenses filled out 6, 388 

Deputy collectors' expense accounts recorded in detail 6, 099 

Monthly abstracts of collections recorded 3, 780 

Accounts returned for correction 864 

Letters written 2,903 

Letters received and disposed of 2,930 

DIVISION OF REVENUE AGENTS. 

Reports of revenue agents received and disposed of ^- . 4, 621 

Reports of collectors received and disposed of 692 

Accounts of revenue agents examined 429 

Accounts of revenue inspectors examined 260 

Miscellaneous expense accounts examined 115 

Sales by dealers in oleomargarine abstracted and referred to col- 
lectors 22,352 

Reports relative to oleomargarine examined and disposed of 5, 271 

Reports of examining officers on condition of collectors' accounts 

examined and recorded 155 

Reports o^ collectors of seizures of illicit stills, Form 162, examined 

and recorded 735 

Reports of revenue agents of seizures, etc., Form 170, examined and 

recorded - 129 

Letters written 2,503 

DIVISION OF APPOINTMENTS, RECORDS, AND FILES. 

Commissions of collectors recorded, appointees notified, and blank 
bonds prepared 70 

Bonds of collectors and disbursing agents recorded 174 

Commissions of gangers, storekeepers, and storekeepers and gaugers 
recorded, appointees notified, and blank bonds prepared 2, 409 

Bonds of gaugers, storekeepers, etc., recorded 2, 286 

Revocations of commissions and resignations of gaugers^ storekeepers, 
etc., recorded and mailed 1, ^71 

Collectors' reports on Forms 241^ and 242, assignments of storekeep- 
ers, gaugers, etc., examined and acted upon 1, 512 

Statements of organization of collectors' offices and districts on Form 
204 recorded 63 



V 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 17 

V 

Reports of examining officers on condition of collectors' offices, Form 

188, examined and acted upoli ' 155 

Letters received for entire Bureau registered and distributed 44, 789 

Letters briefed and filed 21,190 

Press copies of letters sent, registered, and arranged for reference 46, 887 

Pages of press-copy letters copied in records, doubly indexed, and 

compared '..J. 7, 315 

Pages of unrecorded press-copy letters bound in volumes, paged, and 

indexed 56,000 

Pages of letter and cap paper copied and compared . , 10, 397 

Letters paged in registers and compared 30, 899 

Orders for press copies for reference filled 3, 843 

Blank forms prepared and issued .' 9. 331, 866 

Blank books prepared and issued j . . . 56, 783 

Letters written 15,825 

DIVISION OF SUGAR BOUNTY. 

Letters received 3, 306 

Letters written, including telegrams and printed letters transmitting 

licenses and drafts 5, 934 

Notices and applications for license of sugar producers received and 

examined 5, 631 

Sogar producers' bonds received and examined * 5, 674 

Inspectors' monthly reports, Forms 313, received 18 

Licenses issued 6, 337 

Weighers' returns received, examined, filed, or otherwise disposed of. 26, 285 ' 
Inspectors' returns received, examined, filed, or otherwise disposed 

of " 26,285 

Nnmber of rertiurns of sugar^ producers received, examined, filed, or 

otherwise disposed of ^ 4, 457, 

Collectors' consolidated statements received — 39 

Claims for bounty on cane, beet, and sorghum sugar received 3, 594 

Amount involved $12,806,259.77 

Claims for bounty on maple sugar received 4j 956 

Amount involved $108,630.11 

Total number of claims received 8, 550 

Total amount involved $12,914,889.88 

Claims for bounty on cane, beet, and sorghum sugar examined, 

entered, and referred to the Fifth Auditor 3, 579 

Amount involved :. i $12,744,485.28 

Claims for bounty on maple sugar examined, entered, and referred 

to the Fifth Auditor 4,473 

Amount involved $112,115.22 

To^l number of claims examined, entered, and referred to the Fifth 

Auditor 8,052 

Total amount involved $12,856,600.50 

Treasury drafts in payment of claims for bounty on cane, beet, and 

sorghum sugar received, entered, and mailed 3, 324 n 

Amount involved ^ ^ $11,991,963.41 

Treasury drafts in payment of claimssfor bounty on maple sugar re- 
ceived, entered, and mailed - 4, 628 

Amount involved •.. $116,121.90 

Total number of Treasury drafts received, entered, and mailed 7, 952 

Amount involved $12,108,085.31 

Sogar bounty refunded , $7,876.42 

Net bounty paid $12,100,208.89 

Number of claims disallowed , 438 

. DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY. 

Reports of gauge and test of sweet wine received and filed 1, 168 

Returns of classification of sugar filled out, recorded, and mailed to 

collectors , 1,2186 

Reports of analysis of food and drugs examined and forwarded 96 

Letters written 197 

H. p:x. 4 2 



18 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



BEVEirUE AGENTS' DIYISIOIT. 

Twenty revenue agents have been employed during the last fiscal 
year, 1 as chief of division in this office, 12 in charge of territorial 
divisions, 3 in the examination of the offices and accounts of collec- 
tors, and 4 in assisting agents in charge of divisions and on special 
duty. 

EXPENSES OF REVENUE AaENTS. 

There have been expended from the appropriation for salaries and 
expenses oi revenue agents during the year tlie following amounts : 

Aggregate salary of agents $38, 211* 00 

Aggregate amonut of traveling expenses 26, 129, 53 

Stationery furnished agents ,• 282. 51 

Transportation over Pacific railroads 826. 15 

Total.. 65,449.19 

VTOEK OF REVENUE AGENTS, 

Two thousand seven hundred and twenty- nine violations of internal- 
revenue law have been reported by revenue agents during the year ; 632 
l)ersoii8 have been arrested on their information; property to the value 
of $246,197.96 has been reported by them for seizure, and $40,271.01 for 
usisessment for unpaid taxes and penalties. , 

Illicit Stills Seized. 



District. 



Stills seized. 



Alabama > 

Arkansas 1 

Connecticat 

Florida 

Georgia . . ., 

Second Kentucky •. 

Fifth Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Fourth Michigan 

New Hampshire 

First New York ^ 

Fourth North Carolina 

Fifth North Carolina. 

Eighteenth Ohio ^. 

First Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Fourth Texas 

Sixth Virginia 

West Virginia 



Destroyed. 



114 
58 



1 

231 

1 

2 

2 

17 

27 



67 
1231 



38 
29 
22 



66 
1 



Total. 



908 



Hemoved. 



6 
1 
1 



73 

i 



1 
1 
1 



1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 
3 



108 



Persons ar- 
rested. 



112 

12 

3 

.2 

385 

1 

2 



1 
7 
1 
1 
1 



10 

23 
2 
1 

22 
4 

15 



2 
7 



614 



There were no casualties whatever to officers or employes while in 
the discharge of their duty during the fiscal year. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTEBNAL REVENUE. 



19 



Stills Seized and Casualties to Officers and EMPLOYi:s for the Last 

Twelve Years. 



/ 












' 
















1883. 

397 
1 


1884. 
877 


1885. 

245 
1 


1886. 
564 


1887. 
456 


1888. 

518 
1 
1 


1889. 

466 
2 
2 


1890. 

583 

1 
1 


1891. 

795 
1 
3 


1892. 

852 
..... 


1893. 

806 
3 


1894. 


stills seized 


1.016 


Officers and emnlov^B killed 




Officers and emDlov^s wounded 


1 


1 













EXPENDITURES FOR THE DISCOVERY AND PUNISHMENT OF VIOLATORS 

OF LAW. 

In accordance with the provisions of the act making the appropri- 
ation, the following detailed statement of expenditures for detecting and 
bringing to trial and punishment persons guilty of violating internal- 
revenue laws is submitted : 

Amount Expended through Revenue Agents for Fiscal Year 1894. 



Name. 


Amount. 


Nanio. 


Amount. 


• 
B. B. Bonldin 


$809. 10 

6.32 

663.00 

29.98 

4, 980. 48 

1,918.30 

9.943.45 

64.50 

108.00 

135. 00 


C. »T. Fleming 


$914.00 


y . W. Bowers 


J. F. Hazzard 


91.75 


A. H. Brooks 


A. C. McGlaclilin 


2,735.20 
10. 43 


W. H. H. Bowen 


John M, Tobin ^ , ,\, ,,-,_,-,,,,-,, , 


W. H. Chanman I........ 


L. A. Thrasher 


634.75 


Georee B. Clark -..'. 


George H. Wheelock 


24. 0() 


W. w . Colanitt ■. 


tTsmfts M. Wooters r . , 


7.81 


B. L. Cromwell. 


Robert Williams, ir 


471.50 


S. F. Cnlbertson v , . . 


Total 




Wa vne Fersruson 


23, 546. 67 









Amount Expended through Collectors of Internal Revenue for Fiscal 

Year 1894. 



Name. 



J. J. Carter Louisiana 



William H. Doyle. 

£.M.Gilke8on 

W.H. Johnson 

B.O. Randall 

Charles H. Bodes 

Bambleton Shepperd:. 



Total 



District. 



First PMinsylvania. 

West Virginia 

Georgia 

Alabama % 

Eighth Kentucky. . . 
Sixth Virginia 



Amount. 



$6.50 

26.00 

160.00 

.25 

L75 

LOS 

L05 



195.60 



RECAPITULATION. 

Amount expended by revenue agents : $23,546.57 

Amount expended by collectors 195. 60 

Amount exx>ended for rewards 1,015.57 

Amount expended for miscellaneous expenses 140.05 



•Total 24,897.79 

The accounts for expenditures under this appropriation are rendered 
monthly, with an itemized statement, and in all cases supported by 
proper subvouchers duly sw6rn to. These accounts pass through all 
the accounting offices in the Treasury Department and axe filed in the 
Begister's office. 



20 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

INTEBNAL-REVENUE INSPECTORS. 

In accordance with the provisions of legislative act of March 3, 1891, 
authorizing jbhe Commissioner of Internsd Revenue to employ not to 
exceed twelve inspectors whose duty shall be to inspect sugar upon 
which a bounty is required to be paid, and to perform such other 
duties as may be required by the Commissioner, twelve inspectors have 
been employed during the past year, at a compensation of $5 per day 
while actually and necessarily employed and their necessary traveling 
expenses. 

These inspectors have been employed, most of the time in connection 
with the payment of bounty on domestic sugar, and have been assigned 
as follows: 

Districts of Kansas, Nebraska^ and Montana , 1 

First district of California 1 

Districts of Louisiana, Texas, and Florida ...- . . .. 10 

During the maple-sugar season inspectors were employed in connec- 
tion with inspection and classification of maple sugar upon which 
bounty was claimed in the following districts: 

Districts of New Hampshire, and Massachnsetts .'. 2 

Fonrteenth, twenty-first, and twenty -eighth district^ of New York 1 

Twelfth, and twenty-third districts of Pennsylvania ^ ^ 1 

Tenth, and eighteenth districts of Ohio and first and fourth Michigan 1 

In the eane-sugar-producing districts it was found necessary to employ 
some of the inspectors during the entire year. In the beet and sorghum 
producing districts they were employed from three to five months, and 
in the districts where maple sugar is produced their services were 
required about three months. 

When not occupied with duties as sugar inspectors they were employed 
with revenue agents on general duty in connection with the internal - 
revenue service. 

EXPENSES OF REVENUE INSPECTORS. 

The appropriation for the payment of salaries and expenses of inspect- 
ors was $25,000. The following expenditu^res chargeable to that appro- 
priation have been made during the year: 

Aggregate salary of inspectors .* $15, 470. 00 

Aggregate amount of traveling expenses 9, 135.30 

Transportation over Pacific railroads 143. 98 

Total , 24,749.28 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



21 



STAMP DIVISIOir. 



Statement OF THE Number and Value of Stamps Ibsufd for the Fiscal Year 

ENDED June 30, 1894. 



Class of stamps. 




Spirits : 

Tax-paid 

Exportation ; 

Transfer g^ape brandy 

Other than t-ax-paid, exportation, and transfer grape brandy 
Wine : ^ " 

Fortified sweet 

Fortified for exportation 

Tobacco and snuff: 

Tax paid \. i 

Exportation ." 

Cigars : 

Tax paid 

Exi>ortation 

Cigarettes * 

Special tax * 

Fermented liquors : 

Tax paid ■. 

Exi)ortation 

Brewers ' permits 

Oleomargarine i 

Tax paid 

Exportation ^ ■ 

Tin-foil wrappers for tobacco 

Documentary 

Certificates of registry 

Certificates of residence (Chinese) v 

Tptal 



1,938,600 

143, 200 

10,200 

3, 785, 640 

8,200 
400 

539,298,860 
71,600 

69,558,490 

8,400 

300. 841, 080 

270,880 

87, 341, 900 
46,800 
74,400 

2, 000, 800 

34,000 

26, 944, 000 

9 

58, 010 

120,000 



1,032,555,469 



Value. 



$100,166,760.00 
14, 320. 00 



18,607,701.69 



12,287,706.24 



1,612,861.10 
8,521,280.00 

34 054,575.00 



1, 651, 064. 00 



101,603.10 
9.00 



177,017,880.13 



REDEMPTION OF CHECK AND PROPRIETARY STAMPS. 

Since July 1, 1893, iind up to June 30, 1894, 72 applications for 
redemption of check and proprietary stamps have been received for 
consideration, the sums stated varying from 10 cents to $22.96, and 
the different values amounting in the aggregate to $187.01. The time 
allowed by law for the redemption of these classes of stamps having 
expired by limitation June 30, 1886, the claims were rejected and the 
stamps forwarded therewith were returned to the applicants. 

At the close of the last fiscal year there were remaining 78 packages 
of check and proprietary stamps undisposed of. The^e packages are 
made up of cases incomplete as to data, some containing stamps with- 
out claims, and others claims unaccompanied by stamps. None of the 
old claims have been disposed of, and are chiefly those for which no 
clue to ownership can be obtained. Inasmuch as these claims have 
been carried upon the reports from year to year, it is recommended 
that some disposition be made of them in order that they may be omit- 
ted from future reports of this office. 



PRODUCTION OF STAMPS. 



The Bureau of Engraving and Printing prints and supplies all of 
the internal-revenue stamps used, with the exception of stamps for 
tobacco imprinted on foil wrappers, which have been printed and 
furnished by the John J. Crooke Company, of New York, under a 



22 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

contract which provides that the imprinting of snch stamps shall be 
without cost to the Grovernment, the contractor receiving such remu- 
neration from the manufacturers of tobacco as may be agreed upon 
between them, and reimbursing to the Government the salaries of one 
stamp agent for the United States and one counter, amounting to $2,500 
per annum. 

MANUFACTURE OF STAMP PAPER. 

After due advertisement for proposals to furnish paper for the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1895, to be used in the printing of United States 
internal-revenue stamps, ten bids were presented. The bids were 
opened on the 5th day of April, 1894, and after proper consideration 
of the same — the customary and usual tests of the various samples of 
paper submitted with the bids having been made — ^the contract for 
supplying the paper was awarded on the 6th day of April, 1894, to 
Messrs. Alexander Balfour & Sons, of Philadelphia, Pa., at the rate of 
5 cents per pound, including expenses for its transportation and deliv- 
ery at the Treasury Department, this being a reduction of 1 cent from 
the former contract price, which was cents per pound. The adver- 
tisement for the proposals stated that the quantity of paper likely to be 
required for the ensuing year would be about 800,000 pounds. It is 
now apparent by the regular annual increase of the demand for the 
several classes of stamps that the amount of paper required will be 
1,000,000 pounds. The manufacture of paper under the contract 
with Messrs. Balfour & Sons was commenced on the 1st day of Sep- 
tember, 1894. 

OFFICIAL COUNT OF STAMPS IN VAULT. 

In accordance with instructions contained in Department letter of 
December 9, 1893, appointing a committee to make an inventory of the 
internal-revenue stamps in the vaults of the stamp division, the com- 
mittee reported and took possession of the vaults at 9 o'clock on the 
morning of December 27, 1893, with a force of 2 clerks, 35 expert counters, 
and 20 packers and laborers selected from difterent offices of the 
Department, and proceeding at once with the count, completed the 
work on January 3, 1894. * They reported the balances found by actual 
count to agree in every respect with the balances reported by the super- 
intendent of the vault and the statement of balances called for by the 
books in the office of the Secretary, all of which were verified by the 
count and found to be absolutely correct. The following summary of 
transactions illustrates the extensive and responsible work performed 
in the stamp division in the past year. 

There were on hand December 27, 1892, when the previous count was 
made, 64,813,844 stamps (value, $22,604,460). From that date to Decem- 
ber 27, 1893, there were received from the Bureau of Engraving and 
Printing (and from collectors of internal revenue for re-issue) 1,011,- 
707,280 stamps (value, $182,195,719), making the total to be accounted 
for 1,076,521,124 stamps (value, $204,800,179). . 

There were delivered for issue, reissue, and destruction during the 
period named 972,130,402 stamps (value, $169,249,011), leaving a balance 
to be accounted for on the morning of December 27, 1893, of 104,390,722 
stamps (value, $35,551,167.87), which by actual count were found to be 
in the vaults on that date. 

The committee, in closing their report, state that they feel justified 
in emphasizing the fact that these extensive operations, involving the 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 23 

receipt, custbdy, and issue of more than one Ibillion stamps, have been 
conducted without loss to the Government^ a result which indicates 
the highest degree of efficiency on the part of the officers and employes 
charged with this responsible duty, and that the checks and safeguards 
adopted, by the Department to insure accuracy and proper acicounta- 
bility in the receipt and issue of stamps are well calculated to secure 
that result. 

STOCK OF STAMPS IN VAULT. 

i 

The present stock of stamps in the vaults of this Bureau does not 
come np to the requirements of the statute and is inadequate to meet 
the demands of the service. It is estimated that the three months' sup- 
ply which the statute requires to be in the vault should be 300,000,0(10 
stamps of the various classes and denominations. The stock on hand 
in the vault to October 9, 1894, is only 96,296,482 stamx>s of all denomi- 
inations. The inability to maintain the stock at the statutory require- 
ment is due to the failure of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing 
to fill the orders from this Bureau as called for. There are now due 
from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing on past orders 140,452,100 
stamps, and orders for November delivery amount to 97,848,000 
stamps. 

I am pleased to state, however, that the deliveries from the Bureau 
are gradually increasing, and it is believed that within a short time 
the stock of stamps in the vault will be brought up to the statutory 
requirement. 

Under the provisions of an act passed August 28, 1894, imposing a 
tax on playing cards, this Bureau has issued 12,505,000 "stock on 
hand" stamps, and 6,057,000 stamps for manufacturers, up to and includ- 
ing October 9. 

REGISTRATION OF CHINESE. 

Under the provisions of the amendatory act of Kovember 3, 1893, 
certificates of residence of Chinese laborers and other than laborers enti- 
tled to remain in the United States before the passage of the original 
act of May 5, 1892, are required to be issued by this office. The total 
number of certificates so issued on applications received up to and 
including May 3, 1894, was 106,811. 

STATEMENT OF CERTIFICATES OF RESIDENCE ISSUED TO CHINESE. 

Alabama 41 

A tIc ftii H im ._ ............... ,. ...............a. .. ...................... ST 

California (includes Nevada) 68,791 

Colorado (inclndes Wyoming) 1, 583 

Connecticut (includes Rhode Island) 571 

Florida 107 

Georgia * ^ 184 

Illinois 1,868 

Indiana 117 

Iowa J c 101 

Kansas (includes Indian Territory) 118 

Kentucky 36 

Louisiana (includes Mississippi) 669^ 

llaryland (includes Delaware and District ol Columbia) 710 

Massachusetts \ ^ 2,137 

Michigan 124 

Minnesota 92 

Missouri 553 

Montana (includes Idaho and Utah Territory) 4,874 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Nebraska (includes North and South Dakota) 418 

New Hampshire (includes Maine and Vermont) 176 

New Jersey 687 

New Mexico (includes Arizona) 1, 813 

New York...: ? 6,245 

North Carolina J .' 12 

Ohio 214 

Oregon (includes Washington and Alaska Territory) 11, 266 

Pennsylvania 1, 785 

Sou th C arolin a 3i2 

Tennessee 70 

Texas 1,054 

Virginia Ill 

West Virginia 25 

Wisconsin 140 

106, 811 

Since the expiration of the period allowed for registration, there have 
been submitted to this office satisfactory evidence and the necessary 
papers showing applicants entitled to receive certificates, under which 
there have been issued 1 in the Eighth district of Illinois, 2 in Mon- 
tana, 1 in First Ohio, and 2 in First New York, up to June 30, 1894. 



COMMISSIONER QV" INTERNAL REVENUE, v 25 



TOBACCO DIVISIOir. 

The aggregate amount of taxes collected from tobacco during the 
last fiscal year was $28,617,898.62. This amount includes internal-rev- 
enue taxes paid by stamps on imported and manufactured tobacco, 
snnif, cigars, and cigarettes. 

The net decrease of collections for the last fiscal year, as compared 
with those of the previous fiscal year, was $3,271,813.12, The increase 
fi*om cigarettes was $4,050.64, of which $3,440.53 was on cigarettes 
weighing not over 3 pounds per thousand, and $610,11 was on cigarettes 
weighing over 3 pounds per thousand. The decrease from the follow- 
ing-named articles was: 

Cigars and cheroots , . $2, 241, 839. 05 

Tobacco, chewing and smoking 1, 016, 876. 60 

Snuff 17,148.11 

Total ; 3,275,863.76 

Deduct increase, cigarettes 4, 050. 64 

Net decrease of collections 3. 271, 813. 12 

The export account shows an increase in the number of cigarettes 
exx)orted of 3,778,040, a decrease in manufactured tobacco of 744,J54 
pounds, and a decrease in the number of cigars e^^ported of 352,31o. 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. 

The following exhibit shows in detail the receipts ^or the fiscal year 
* ended June 30, 1894, from each particular source of the tobacco tax, as 
compared with those of the previous fiscal year : 

RECEIPTS FROM TOBACCO AND SNUFF. 

Manufactured tobacco $14, 127, 108. 31 

Snaff , 697,625.52 

Total for year endedJune 30, 1894 14,824,733.83 

Total for year ended June 30, 1893 15,858,758.54 

Decrease in collections 1, 034, 024. 71 

Of this decrease $1,016,876.60 was from chewing and smoking tobacco and $17,- 
148.11 from snuff. 

» RECEIPTS FROM CIGARS ANP CIGARETTES, 

Cigars and cheroots $12, 200, 752, 30 

Cigarettes 1,592,412.49 

Total for year ended June 30, 1894 13,793,164.79 

Total for year ended June 30, 1893 16,030,953.20 

Decrease in collections 2,237,788,41 

Decrease from cigars and cheroots. ^ 2, 241, 839. 05 

Increase from cigarettes 4,050.64 



26 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

PRODUCTION OF TOBACCO, SNUFF, CIGARS, AND CiaARBTTBS. 



r 



The production of toba.cco, snuff, cigars, and cigarettes for the fiscal 
year ended June 30, 1894, computed fipom the receipts from stamps 
sold for all such goods as were put on the market for consumption, 
together with those removed in bond for export and including impor- 
tations for consumption, was: 

TOBACCO AND SNUFF. 

Pounds. 

Tobacco 235,451,805 

Snuff 11,627,092 

Total tobacco and snuff taxed 247,078,897 

Tobacco and snuff exported 14,668,695 

Total production for fiscal year 1894 261,747,592 

Deduct tobacco and snuff imported for consumption 388, 409 

Total domestic production 261,359,183 

Total production, 1893 279,726,092 

Less imports 370,702 

279, 355, 390 

Total decrease under fiisjcal year 1893 17, 996, 207 

The decrease of taxed tobacco and snuff under fiscal year 1893 was 
17,233,746 pounds; the decre«.se of tobacco and snuff exported was 
744,754 pounds, and the increase of tobacco and snuff imported and 
withdrawn for consumption was 17,707 pounds. 

CIGARS AND CHEROOTS. 

Knmber. 

Cigars and cheroots taxed 4,006,917,433 

Add number exported 1,894,740 

Total taxed and exported 4,068,812,173 

Deduct number imported 1894 (estimated average 12 pounds per 1, 000) . , 36, 358, 690 

Total domestic production ',.. 4,032,453,483 

Taxed in 1893 4,814,197,117 

Exported in 1893 2,247,055 

Total for 1893 4,816,444.172 

Less imported 51,168,250 

— 4, 765, 275, 922 

Decrease under fiscal* year 1893 732,822,439 

The decrease during the fiscal year 1893 of taxed cigars and che- 
roots was 747,279,684; the decrease of cigars exported was 352,315, and 
the decrease of cigars imported and withdrawn for consumption was 
14,809,560. 

CIGARETTES. 

Xtnnber. 

Cigarettes taxed at 50 cents a thousand 3, 183, 574, 760 

Cigarettes taxed at $3 a thousand 208, 370 

Total number cigarettes taxed......... 3,183,783,130 

Add quantity exported. 401,605,300 

Total taxed and exported , 3,585,388,430 

Deduct cigarettes imported (estimated average 3 pounds per 1,000) . . 3, 318, 451 

Total product 3,582,069,979 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



27 



Number, 

Taxed in 1893 - 3,176,698,700 

Exported in 1893..-* 397,827,260 

Total taxed and exported ^ 3,574,525,960 

Lees imported, 1893 3,824,334 

3, 570, 701, 626 

Increase over fiscal year 1893.., 11,368,353 

The increase during the fiscal year 1893 of taxed cigarettes was 
7,084,430 * and of cigarettes exported 3,778,040, The decrease of cigar- 
ettes imported and withdrawn for consumption was 505,883. 

THE TABIJLAB statements. 

In the tables annexed will be found statements showing the manner 
in which the manufacturing is distributed among the different States 
and districts, the number of persons and firms engaged in each of the 
two branches of manufacturing, the quantity of different kinds of mate- 
rials used, and the quantity and kinds of product manufactured. These 
tables are compiled from the reports received from the collectors of inter- 
nal revenue of the transactions of manufacturers in theii^ several dis- 
tricts for the calendar year ended December 31, 1893, a period of time 
differing from the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, which will account 
for any apparent discrepancies between them and the previous part of 
the report relating to tobacco. 

About 1,700 cigar manufacturers qualified as tobacco manufacturers 
in order to lawfully put up and sell their scrap and waste tobacco 
as smoking tobacco. About 68 persons qualified and kept books as 
tobacco manufacturers solely for the purpose of lawfully dealing in the 
refuse scraps, clippings, cuttings, and waste, and pack this material in 
bulk and export most of it to foreign countries. Four firms have qual- 
ified as tobacco manufacturers solely for the purpose of making sheep 
wash and fertilizers from tobacco stems. The number of tobacco manu- 
facturers who buy leaf and manufacture it is not over 800. About 50 
of these manufacture over 1,000,000 pounds apiece, of whom 5 average 
over 10,000,000 pounds annually. IN'early 200 manufacture over 100,000 
pounds and less than 1,000,000 each. 

Statement showing thk Number, by Distric'ts, of Cigar Manufacturers 
Accounts Reported, the Quantity of Tobacco Used, and the Number of 
Cigars and Cigarettes Reported Manufactured buRiNG the Calendar Year 
ENDED December 31, 1893. 



States. 



AJabama. 
ijkansas 



California. 
Do.. 



To^ 



Colorado 

Connectlijiit. 

Florida 

Georgia 



Dig. 
tricts. 



1 
1 



1 
4 



1 
1 
1 
1 



Factories 

each hav- 

iiig one 

account. 



47 
35 



475 

74 



549 



104 

434 

413 

66 



Pounds of tobacco nsed. 



Cigars. 



92,953 
31, 868 



1,492,253 
101, 812 



1,594,065 



267,051 

923,257 

2, 796, 193 

99,593 



Cigarettes. 



8 



32, 412 



32,412 



521 

982 

3,150 



Cigars mann- 
lactnred. 



5, 243, 693 
1,490,056 



73, 013, 211 
4,737,700 



77, 750, 911 



13,289,431 

42, 508, 518 

134, 967, 443 

5, 073, 252 



Cigarettes 
manufactured. 



1,600 



10,608,700 



10,608,700 



152, 000 

339, 510 

1, 077, 162 




28 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Statement showing the Number, by Districts, of Cigar Manufacturers' 

Accounts Reported, etc. — Continued. 





Dis- 
tricts. 


Factories 
each hav- 
ing one 
account. 


Pounds of tohacco used. 


Cigars manu- 
factured. 


Cigarettes 
manufactured. 


States. 


Cigars. 


Cigarettes. 


Ulinoifl 


1 

5 

8 

13 


1,056 
116 
353 
167 


3, 585, 919 
344,807 

1,056,924 
256, 527 


13, 216 


190, 683, 611 
16,781,407 
55,009.385 
12, 607, 886 


6,014,330 


Do 


Do 






Do 












Total 




2,292 


5,244,177 


13, 216 


275,082.289 


5,014,330 






Indiana. 


6 

7 


517 
186 


948, 510 
376,946 


11 


48, 804, 281 
17, 919, 779 


2.500 


Do 










Total 


703 


1, 325, 456 


11 


66, 724, 060 


2,500 


I 






• 

Iowa r^ .T 


3 
4 


145 
347 


219, 363 
1, 043, 735 




11,^3, 890 
V 57,276,387 




Do 












Total 




492 


1, 263, 098 




68, 550, 277 












KanfiAff , , , 


1 


300 


410,446 




20, 987, 014 










Kentucky 


2 
5 

? 

8 


23 
106 

110 

3a 

2 


39,585 
627, 745 
110, 787 

80, 402 
800 




1,962,925 

29, 831, 529 

6,460,840 

4,042,025 

30,325 










Do 






Do 






Bo 












Total 


^ 271 


859, 319 




42, 327, 644 




. 








Louisiana 


1 


166 


1, 494, 400 


391, 915 


58, 953, 479 


156, 567, 410 


Maryland 


1 


867 


1,744,791 


172,755 


95, 751, 718 


39, 642, 335 






3 


661 


2, 570, 372 


468 


116, 905, 793 


108, 670 






Mip.Kitran - - , 


1 

4 


724 
300 


1, 881, 788 
388,991 


612 


101, 238, 237 
20, 129, 528 


308, 000 


60 ....::;::::: 










Total 




1,024 


2, 270. 779 


612 


121, 367, 765 


308, 000 








Minnesota ^ 


1 

1 
6 


409 


795, 277 


391 


42, 595, 379 


130, 300 


Missouri 


571 
265 


1, 033, 769 
315, 188 


617 


54,766,445 
16, 672, 245 


268, 400 


Do 










Total 




836 


1, 348, 957 


617 


71,438,690 


268, 400 








Montana 


1 


80 


71, 561 




3, 444, 640 










Nebraska 


1 


302 


470,795 




23, 893, 898 










New Haninahire. .. 


1 


157 


379,046 




16, 737, 591 










New Jersey 


1 
5 


279 
751 


263, 087 
1,247,^92 


1,750 
2,464 


12, 988, 960 
60,164,980 


685,300 


Do.:. ::::.::. 


850, 595 






Total 




1,030 


1,510,679 


4,214 


73, 153, 940 


1, 535, 895 








New Mexico 


1 


7 


4,308 


138 


211, 585 


84,000 






New York 


1 
2 
3 

U 
21 
28 


1,569 
372 

2,413 
767 
660 
647 


1,611,487 
2, 492, 106 
12, 423, 435 
2,218,821 
3, 286, 216 
1,286,577 


10, 956 

3, 233, 005 

1, 168, 292 

265 

"'i,' 492* 126' 


73, 695, 611 
122, 623, 266 
574,904,521 
114, 585, 501 
156, 164. 351 

61, 802, 614 


2,694,210 


Do 


842, 868, 502 


Do 


320, 486, 496 


Do 


54,350 


Do 




Do 


577,409,960 






Total 




6,428 


23, 318, 642 


5, 904, 638 


1.103,775,864 


1, 743, 513, 517 








North Carolina 


4 
6 


17 
17 


72, 615 
22,028 


2, 882, 622 
41, 872 


4, 261, 125 
1, 154, 805 


877, 753, 276 


Do 


13,462,110 






Total 




34 


94,643 


2, 924, 494 


5,415,930 


891, 216, 385 






. 



COMMISSIONEfE OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



29 



Statement showing the Dumber, by Districts, of Cigar Manufacturers* 

Accounts Reported, etc. — Continued. 





Dis- 
tricts. 


Factories 
each hav- 
ing one 
account. 


Bonnds of tobacco nsed. 


Cigars mann- 
lactnred. 


Cigarettes . 
manufactured. 


States. 


Cigars. 


Cigarettes. 


Ohio 


1 

10 
11 
18 


654 
310 
225 
637 


3,457,639 

596, 227 

1,295,163 

1,584,695 


10, 918 


175, 953, 619 
31, 414, 236 
73, 400, 410 
89, 642, 038 


2, 102, 160 


Do 


Do 


........^... 




Do 










Total - 




1, 826 


6, 933, 724 


10, 918 


370,410,333 


2, 102, 160 






Oreeon '. 


1 


159 


154, 624 




7,680,841 










PeiiDBvlvania 


1 

12 
23 


1,937 

2,550 

319 

633 


6,904,417 

10, 136, 144 

679, 045 

3, 797, 724 


10, 057 

629 

3, 266 

1,226 


358,438,921 

564,428,066 

31,393,084 

244, 165, 252 


3,180,290 
218,600 
852, 200 
750,500 


Do \ 


Do 


Do 




Total 


4 


5,439 


21, 517, 330 


15, 178 


1, 198, 425, 323 


6, 001, 590 




Soath Carolina 


1 


12 


13, 705 




673, 898 

. — 












2 
5 


24 
32 


32, 952 
58,376 




1,688,050 
2,173,435 




Do 










\ 


Total 




56 


91,328 




3, 861, 485 








• 


^ 


Texas 


3 
4 


71 
34 


117, 019 
58,881 


580 


5,556,325 
2,955,037 


139,^900 


Do 








Total 




105 


175,900 


580 


9, 511, 362 


139,900 








Viririnia 


2 
6 


169 
96 


1, 389, 470 
138, 119 


2, 992, 882 
27,049 


95, 873, 745 
7, 608, 782 


791. 070. 150 


Do 


. 11,859,045 




Total 


. 


265 


1, 527, 589 


3, 019, 931 


103,482,527 


802, 929, 195 








West Virginia 


1 


120 


1, 121, 362 


34 


67, 342, 256 


13,400 




Wisconsin >. 


1 
2 


581 
303 


1, 285, 132 
626. 377 




62,193,881 
31,088,015 




Do 












Total 




884 


1,911,509 




93,281,896 













30 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Statement showing the Number, by States, of Cigar Manufacturer^* 
Accounts Reported, the Quantity of Tobacco Used, and the Number of 
Cigars and Cigarettes Reported Manufactured during the Calendar 
Year ended December 31, 1893. 



States. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado .... 

CoDnecticnt 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Jjouisiana 

Haryland 

Hassachnsetts . . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

17ew Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina . . 

Ohio.... 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania — 
South Carolina. . . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Virginia 

"West Virginia.. 
"Wisconsin 



Total 

Calendar year 1892. 



Difference, calendar 
year 1893 



Dis- 
trict. 



1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
2 
2 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
6 
2 
4 
1 
4 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 



63 



Factories 
having 

one 
aoconnt. 



47 

35 

&40 

194 

434 

413 

66 

2,292 

703 

492 

300 

271 

166 

867 

661 

1,024 

409 

836 

' 80 

302 

157 

1,030 

7 

6,428 

34 

1,826 

159 

5,439 

12 

56 

105 

265 

120 

884 



26,663 
25,246 



* 1,417 



Pounds of tpbacco used. 



Cigars. 



92,953 

31,868 

1,594,065 

267, 051 

923,^7 

2, 796, 193 

99.593 

5,244,177 

1,325,456 

1, 263, 098 

410, 446 

859, 319 

1,494,400 

1, 744, 791 

2, 570, 372 

2, 270, 779 

795, 277 

1, 348, 957 

71,561 

470, 795 

379,046 

1, 510, 679 

4,308 

23, 318, 642 

94,643 

6, 933, lU 

154, 624 

21, 617, 330 

13, 705 

91, 328 

175, 900 

1, 527, 589 

1, 121, 362 

1, 911, 509 



Cigarettes. 



8 


32, 412 

521 

982 

3,150 


13,216 
11 







84, 428, 797 
90,875,830 



1 6, 447, 033 



391, 915 
172, 755 
468 
612 
391 
617 



4,214 
188 
5, 904, 638 
I 2,924,494 
i 10, 918 



15, 178 



580 

3, 019, 931 

34 



12,497,183 
9, 907, 222 



* 2, 589, 961 



Cigars 
manufactured. 



5, 243, 693 

1,490,056 

77,681,111 

13, 289, 431 

42,508,518 

134, 967, 443 

5, 073, 252 

275,082,289 

66 724, 060 

68, 550, 277 

20, 987, 014 

42,327.644 

58. 953, 479 

95, 751, 718 

115, 905, 793 

121,367,765 

42, 595, 379 

71,438,690 

3,444,640 

23, 893, 898 

16, 737, 591 

73, 153,:940 

211, 585 

1, 103, 775, 864 

5,415,930 

370, 410, 333 

7, 680, 841 

1, 198, 425, 323 

673, 898 

3, 861, 485 

9, 511, 362 

103,482,527 

67, 342, 256 

93, 281, 896 



4,341,240,981 
4,674,708,260 



1 333, 467, 279 



Cigarettes 
manufactured. 



1,600 



10,608,700 

152,000 

339,510 

1,077,162 



5, 014, 330 
2,500 



156,567.410 
39,642,335 
108, 870 
308,000 
130, 300 
268,400 



1,535,895 

84,000 

1,743,513,517 

891,215,385 

2, 102, 160 



5, 001, 590 



139,000 

802, 929, 195 

13,400 



3,660,755,959 
3, 282, 001, 283 



378,754,676 



^Increase. 



tD6crease. 



Average quantity of tobacco used per thousand cigars, 19.44 pounds. 
Average quantity of tobacco used per thousand cigarettes, 3.41 pounds. 



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41 



DIVISION OF LAW. 

The following is an abstract of reports of district attorneys for the 
fiscal year 1893-'94 of internal-revenue suits and prosecutions pending, 
commenced, and disposed of : 



Suits and prosecations. 


Tl^umber of 
criminal 
actions. 


Number of 
civil actions 
in pertonam. 


Number of 

civil actions 

in rem. 


Total. 


Pending Jalv 1.1893 


4,230 
9,407 


212 
182 


36 
50 


4,478 


Commenced duriDir fiscal vear 1894 


9,639 






Total 


13,637 


394 


86 


14, 117 






Decided in favor of the United States : . 


5,117 

86 

1,402 

1, 580 


74 
2 
6 

63 


11 

12 

5 

6 


5,202 


Settled bv comnroniise 


100 


Decided asainst the United States 


1,418 


Dismissed, abandoned, consolidated, etc 


1,649 


Total suits disposed of 


8,185 


145 


34 


8,364 






Pending Julvl, 1894 


5,452 
1,078 


249 


52 


5, 753 


WLerein sentences are suspended 


1,078 




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Recoveries of judgments, costs taxed, etc. 


Fines. 


Principal. 


Costs. . 


Total. 


Amonnt of judgments recovered and costs : 
In criminal actions 


$346,865.91 




$207,014.97 

5,368.37 

359.92 

23,226.87 


$554. 880. 88 


In civil actions in versonam 


$59,552.98 

910.97 

10, 164. 61 


64, 921. 35 


In civil actions in rem 




1, 270. 89 


Amount paid to collectors 


88, 169. 62 


121. 561. 10 







42 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



OFFERS IN COMPROMISE. 



The following statement shows the number of offers in compromise, 
and action thereon, under section 3229, lievised Statutes, for the fiscal 
year ended June 30, 1894, with the amount of tax, assessed penalty, 
and specific penalty accepted : 



Montlis. 



Comproinise cases. 



1803. 



On hand July 1. 

Jnly 

Augast 

September 

October 

NoA-ember 

December .• 



1894. 



January 

Febroajry 

March 

AprU 

May 

June 

Otters rejected or withdrawn. 
On hand July 1, 1894 



Total. 



Beceived. 



20 
65 
52 
42 
51 
51 
52 



60 
67 
49 
55 
64 
77 



705 



Offers ac- 
cepted and 

sent to 
Secretary 

for 

approval, 

etc. 



18 
83 
37 
17 
75 
45 



51 
37 
30 
36 
85 
70 
78 
43 



705 



Amounts of 
tax accepted. 



$636.00 
305.40 

1,330.40 
530.00 

1, 043. 26 
318.00 



1,658.18 

1, 795. 62 

540.26 

812. 75 

1, 512. 60 

657.50 



11,139.97 



Amounts of 

assessable 

penalty 

accepted. 



$49.00 
4.00 



68.75 
209.00 



86.25 
37.50 
69.81 
26.88 
18.25 
162.50 



731.94 



Amounts 

of specific 

peualt}' 

accepte<l. 



$3, 526. 67 
2, 379. 00 
2, 357. 64 
410.00 
2,173.80 
6,225.04 



4, 716. 15 
6, 075. 40 
6, 070. 67 
1, 926. 87 
6, 447. 15 
:{, 654. 27 



45, 962. 60 



EECAPITULATION. 

Tax • $11,139.97 

Assessable penalty 731. 94 

Specific penalty 45,962.66 

Total..--: -• : 57,834.57 

Statement of Cases Compromised in Quarter ended September 30, 1894. 



Months. 



1894. 



On hand July 1. 

Jnly 

August 

September 

Offers r^ected.. 
On baud Oct. 1 . 



Compromise cases. 



Received. 



Total. 



43 
33 
67 
88 



231 



Offers ac- 
cepted and 

sent to 
Secretary 

for 
approval. 



52 
48 
55 
15 
61 



231 



Amounts of 
tax accepted. 



$368. 89 
149. 17 
398. 95 



917.01 



Amounts 

of assessable 

penalty 

accepted. 



$13.54 
24.58 
12.50 



50. 62 



Amounts 

of specific 

penalty 

accepted. 



$2,021.00 
1,580.91 
1, 826. 25 



5, 428. 16 



RECAPITULATION. 

Tax $917.01 

Assessable penalty 50. 62 

Specific penalty 5,428.16 



Total 6,395.79 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



43 



ABSTRACT OF SEIZURES. 

Seizures of property for violation of internal-revenue laws during 
the year ended June 30, 1894, are as follows: 



Articles. 



Distilled spirits gallon s . 

Tobacco pounds. 

Cigars — number. 

Miscellaneous property 

Total 



Quantity. 



117, «24 
181, 796 
115,561 



Vahie. 



$72, 738. 74 

18, 482. 56 

1,892.35 

179, 582. 97 



272, 696. 62 



Abstract op Seizures of Property for Violation of Internal-Revenue 
La'^s for the Months of Jult, August, and September, 1894. 



states. 


Miscella- 
neous prop- 
erty. 


Distilled spirits. 


Cigars. 


Tobacco. 


Alfibama 


$547.00 
79.00 


GalloriS. 

12 
50 


Value. 
$12.00 
60.00 


Number. 


Value. 


Pounds. 


Value, 


California 










Connecticut 


600 
1,750 


$12. 00 
87. 60 






Georsia 


4,352.00 
26.00 


503 

73 

15 

7 


181.00 
15.00 
30.00 
15.00 


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niinois 






Iowa 










Kentucky 


430. 00 

426.00 

7.00 










Louisiana 






7 


$2.40 


Kassacbusetts 


230 


238. 00 








Michigan 


6, 650 


35.00 






Missouri 


40.00 
8,555.00 


40 

12, 200 

41 

15 


60.00 

3, 389. 00 

100.00 

5.00 






Korth Carolina 






212 


30.00 


Nebraska 








New Jersey --- 


670.00 

25.00 

512.00 

16.00 

2,153.00 

1, 199. 00 

906.00 










New Mexico 










New York 














Ohio 


2,670 
34 
24 


2, 937. 73 

54.00 

' 36.00 










Pennsylvania 






169 


26.00 


South Carolina 








Tennessee 






721 


35.00 


Texas 






4,303 


75.00 




ViTginia 


2,552.00 
100. 00. 


5,469 
30 


3, 131. 00 
36.00 






West Virginia 






46 


11.50 










Total 


22, 595. 00 


21,413 


10, 280. 73 


13,203 


209.50 


1,155 


110.90 







21,413 gallons distilled spirits, valued at $10,289.73 

1,156 pounds of tobacco, valued at — 11 0. 90 

13,203 cigars, valued at- .*. 209.60 

Miscellaneous property, valued at ^ 22, 595. 00 

Total '. 33,205,13 



\ 



44 



ANNUAL REPOET OP THE 
ABATEMENT CLAIMS, 



On tlie 1st of July, 1893, there were pending 264 claims for abate- 
ment of assessed taxes, amounting to $107,122.08, and during the year 
3^545 claims, amounting to $589,507.30, were presented. 

Of these, 2,307 claims, amounting to $363,720.05, have been allowed 
by this office, and 877 claims, amounting to $151,415.99, have been re- 
jected or returned for amendment. 

This lefC 615 claims for abatement still pending on the 30th of June, 
1 894, amounting to $181,493.34. 

Since that date and up to October 1, 928 other claims have been filed, 
amounting to $164,687.30; 1,062 claims have been allowed, amounting 
to $252,056.02, and 208 rejected or returned for amendment, amounting 
to $ 10,508.12, and on the 1st of October, 1894, 273 claims for abatement 
were pending, amounting to $83,616.50. 

EEFUNDINa CLAIMS. 

On the 1st of July, 1893, there were pending 147 claims for the 
refunding of taxes collected, amounting to $171,927.27, and during the 
year 208 other claims, amounting to $32,930.77, were presented. 

Of these, 88 claims, amounting to $56,644.97, have been allowed, 
and 88 claims, amounting to $14,818.96, have been rejected or returned 
for amendment. This left 179 claims for refunding still pending on the 
30th of June, amounting to $133,394.1 1 . 

Since that date and up to the 1st of October, 1894, 36 other claims, 
amounting to $10,416.19, have been received. Of these 214 claims, 14 
have been allowed, amounting to $3,507.19, and 28 have been rejected 
or returned for amendment, amounting to $7,238.90, and on the 1st of 
October, 1894, 172 claims for refunding were pending, amounting to 
$133,063.21. 

EEBATE OF TAX ON TOBACCO. 

On the 1st of July, 1893, there were no rebate claims on hand. Be- 
tween that date and June 30, 1894, one claim, amounting to $6.53, has 
been received and allowed. 

SALPS OF EBAL PROPERTY. 

Statement '6f Sales of Real Property Acquired under the Internal Rev- 
enue Laws of which the Purchasers Received Quitclaim Deeds dur- 
ing THE Fiscal Year 1893-94. 



Bate of sale. 


When 
acquired. 


From whom acquired. 


Realty sold and where situated. 


Amount 
sold for. 


July 10,1893. 

Mar. 16,1894- 
Juiie27,1894. 


May 2,1882 

July 31, 1893 
Nov. 10, 1885 


W.M.Houohin 

J. T. Davis & Son 

James Long, dec'd 


3 lots in Brownsville, Edmondson 

County, Ky. 

160 acres in Carroll Connty, Ark 

Lots 18 and 19, in block 2, Hyde Park, 

Cook County, HI. 


$200.00 

175.00 
7.975.00 


Total.. 


8,350.00 






............ ...^. ....... 





COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



45 



VIOLATIONS OF INTERNAL-REVENUE LAWS. 

Statement showing the Violations of the Internal-Revenue Laws Charged, 
and for which prosecutions were instituted during the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1894, and also the Prosecutions Pending on July 1,1894. 



Judicial districts. 



Alabama: 

Northern district .. 

Middle district 

^ Southern d is trict . . . 

Alaska 

Arkansas : 

Eastern district 

Western district . . . 

Arizona 

California: 

Northern district . . 

Southern district . . . 

Colorado 

Counecticnt 

Delaware 

District of Columbia... 
Florida: 

Northern district . . 

BouUiern district. . . 
Georgia: 

Northern district - . 

Southern district. . . 

Idaho 

Illinois: 

Northern district . . 

Southern district . . . 

Indiana 

Iowa: 

Northern district . . 

Southern district. . . 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana: 

Eastern district 

Western district . . . 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan: 

Extern district 

Western district . . . 

Minnesota 

Mississippi : 

Northern district . . 

Southern district. . . 
Missouri : 

Eastern district — 

Western district . . . 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New Tork : 

Northern district. . . 

Eastern district — 

Southern district. . . 
North Carolina: 

Eastern district — 

Western district . . . 

North Dakota 

Ohio: 

Northern district. . 

Southern district. . 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania: 

Eastern district — 

Western district . . 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dfdcota 

Tennessee : 

Eastern district. . . . 

Middle district. . . . , 

T^WtWn district „, 



Suits pend- 
ing July 1, 
1893. 



285 
192 



2 

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25 

27 
2 

15 
1 



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1 
26 



224 
37 

2 

13 

8 

10 

9 

100 

21 

93 

4 

8 

40 

15 

127 

5 

19 

3 

634 
180 

25 

12 

17 

9 

8 

6 

8 
22 
46 

16 

181 

5 

4 
3 
7 
2 

65 
19 

11 

27 

6 

276 
49 

m 



Commenced 
during year. 



297 

337 

37 

32 

49 
331 



34 
2 

10 
9 

31 

10 

73 
10 

1,070 
50 



92 
252 

72 

166 

192 

24 

406 

10 
16 

102 
48 

374 

22 

28 

5 

e.5o 

432 

50 
66 
44 
3 
6 
14 

43 

4 
4 

125 

1,151 

69 

70 

21 

163 

2 

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12 
34 
366 
14 

536 
311 

m 



Total. 



582 

529 

37 

34 

74 

358 

2 

49 
3 
10 
10 
31 
11 

99 
15 

1,294 

87 

2 

105 

260 

82 

175 

292 

45 

499 

14 

24 

142 

63 

501 

27 

47 

8 

1,284 

612 

75 
78 
61 
12 
14 
20 

51 
26 
50 

141 

1,332 

74 

74 

24 

170 

4 

91 
31 
45 
393 
20 

812 
360 

m 



Settled dur- 
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228 

258 

29 

1 

58 
281 



32 
1 
8 
7 

31 
6 

86 
13 

758 

51 

2 

87 

201 

63 

156 

192 

28 

440 

11 
20 

110 
02 

378 

19 
33 

7 

412 
363 

67 

72 

46 

6 

8 

8 

42 

22 

6 

114 

874 

66 

71 

19 

80 

3 

31 
14 
25 
329 
18 

675 
276 



Pending 
July 1, 1804. 



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271 

8 

33 

16 

77 
2 

17 
2 
2 
3 



13 
2 

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36 



18 
59 
19 

19 

100 

17 

59 

3 

4 

32 

1 

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8 

14 

1 

872 
249 

8 
6 

15 
6 
6 

12 

9 

4 

44' 

27 

458 

8 

3 

5 

90 

1 

60 
17 
20 
64 
2 

137 

84 

^80 



46 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Statement showing the Violations of the Internal-Revenue Laws Charged, 

AND FOR WHICH PROSECUTIONS WERE INSTITUTED, ETC. — Continued. 



Judicial districts. 



Texas : 

EaHt4*rn district.. 

!N(>i;tliern tlistrict 

Western district . 

Vermont 

Vir«riuia: 

T^aatem district.. 

Western distnet . 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin : 

Eastern district.. 

Western district . 
Wyoming 



Total 



Suits pend- 
ing July 1, 
1893. 



6 
1 

13 
10 

7 

249 

1 

1,085 



12 
2 



4,478 



Commenced 
during year. 



15 
1 

52 
23 

12 

647 

2 

363 

7 
14 



9.639 



Total. 



21 

2 

65 

33 

19 

796 

8 

1,448 

7 

28 

2 



14,117 



Settled dur- 
ing year. 



10 

1 

54 

19 

13 

459 

2 

323 

5 

22 

2 



8,364 



Pending 
July 1, 1894. 



11 

1 

11 

14 

6 

337 

1 

1,125 

2 

4 



fr,7S3 



ACTUAL NUMBER OF SPECIAL-TAX PAYERS, 

Statement showing, by Collection Districts, the Actual Number of the 
DiFFKUENT Kinds of Special-Tax Payers for the Fiscal Year ended June 
30, 1894. 

[The figures in the following tahle represent the actual number of persons or firms as returned to this 
oliicu bv the collectors ot the several collection districts who, during the fiscal year 1894, were 
engaged in business for diffeirent perit)ds of time, varying from one month to twelve months each.] 



Collection districts. 

• 




Retail liquor deal- 
ers. 


Wholesale liquor 
dealers. 


Manufacturers of 
1 1 stills. 


• 

S 

1 


Retail dealers in 
malt liquors. 


Wholesale dealers 
in malt liquors. 


: Manufacturers of 
1 . oleomargarine. 


Retail dealers in 
oleomargarine. 


w nolesale dealers 
'' o« in oleomargarine. 


Total. 


A.labaTna ................. 


4 


969 

7 

672 

632 

9,750 
3,203 
2,636 
3,153 

416 
1,280 

437 
1, 303 

633 

14,219 

984 

2,124 

1,582 

5,154 
2,969 


43 


5 


118 


23 


64 


1,231 


Alciska. .......... ........ 


7 


Arizona 




10 
52 

342 
38 
55 
54 

7 
20 
12 
37 

9 

259 
25 
37 
17 

48 
26 




2 


10 
31 

108 

59 

127 

106 

18 

48 

6 

67 

8 

782 

69 

132 

265 

319 

153 

1 

132 
105 
346 

59 
88 
18 
17 
3 
69 

180 
86 

233 

181 
112 


22 
25 

'99 
56 
76 

129 
10 
20 
15 
33 
16 

192 
40 
98 
40 

181 
52 


1 


5 

68 

31 


1 

1 

3 


722 


Arkiinsas 




809 


California: 

First district 


133 

12 

6 

17 

4 

9 


2 


74 
56 
31 
19 
5 
5 


10,543 


Fourth district. . . 


3,424 


Colorado 


6 

1 


87 
11 
19 
89 
115 
79 
2 

1,652 

138 

164 

63. 

196 

104 

38 

16 
104 
162 

12 
66 
51 
25 
5 
67 
40 
69 
248 

434 
109 


7 

1 
..... 

3 
4 

16 

7 
1 

6 

"I' 

. . . . • 

' "3 

1 

"'l' 

2 

9 

28 

15 
8 


3,025 


Connecticut 


3,490 


Delaware 


479 


District of Columbia 

Florida 


1,477 

588 


G-ooraiii .................. 


13 


1 

2 
1 
1 

1 


5 
21 

88 

8 

14 

15 

28 
26 


1,542 
689 


Idaho 


Illinois: 

First district 


. 115 
9 
2 
3 

13 
10 


17,331 
1,281 


Fifth district 


Eighth district 

Thirteenth district. . . 
Indiana : 

Sixth district 

Seventli district 

Indian Territory 


2,573 
. 1,985 

5,947 

3,340 

39 


Iowa : 

Third district 

Fourth district 

Kansas 


6 

1 
1 

15 

48 

5 



1 

30 

1 

69 

72 

6 
1 


2,803 
2,282 
2,226 

851 

1,694 

696 

680 

388 

4, 563 

994 

4,438 

5,125 

5,852 
1,774 


30 
29 
12 

38 
126 

37 

30 

8 

112 

10 
110 
199 

44 
15 


"3* 


8 

16 

2 

2 

19 

5 

1 

I 

10 


148 
95 
39 

29 
11 
8 
15 
11 
4« 
13 
66 
251 

118 

58 


"'3' 

• • • ■ • 


3,142 
2,636 
2,791 


Kentucky : 

Second district 

Fifth district 

Sixth district 

Seventh district 

Eighth district 

Louisiana 


1,006 

2,058 

821 

774 

417 

4,903 


Maine 


1,240 


Maryland 


1 


44 
36 

88 
U 


4,892 


Massachusetts 


6,192 


Michigan : 

First district 

IFourth district 


6,738 
2,091 



COMMISSIONEK OF IKTERNAL REVENUE. 



47 



Statement showing, by Collection Districts, the Actual Number of the 

DiFFKRANT KiNDS OP SPECIAL-TaX PaYERS ^-OR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 

30, 1894— Continued. 

[The figures in the following table represent the actual number of persons or firms as returned to this 
offi^ by the collectors of the several collection districts who, during the fiscal year 1894, were 
engaged in business for different periods of time, varying from one month t6 twelve months each.J 



Collection districts. 



MiDoesota 

Mississippi 

If isHoari : 

First district 

Sixth district 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey : 

First district 

Fifth district 

New Mexico 

New York:. 

First district 

Second district -. 

Third district 

Fourteenth district .. 

Twenty-first district. 

Twenty-eighth dis- 
trict 

North Carolina: 

Fourth district 

Fifth district 

North Dakota 

Ohio: 

First district 

Tenth district 

Eleventh district 

Eighteenth district . . 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania : 

First district , 

IJinth district 

Twelfth district 

Twenty-third district. 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee : 

Second district/. 

Fifth district 

Texas: 

Third district 

Fourth district 

Utoh 

Vermont 

Virginia : 

Second district 

Sixth district 

Accomac and l^orth- 
ampton counties an- 
nexed to Maryland . . 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin : 

First district 

Second district 

Wyoming 



Total 

Total for the fiscal year 
ended June 3U, 1803 



& 
o 

o 



23 



48 
23 



3 

i 

6 



26 
158 
53 
21 
28 

40 

4 
6 



73 
17 

7 
12 



11 

135 

13 

22 

35 

9 

1 



6 
15 

13 
5 
3 



n 

4 



41 
3 



1,494 
1,554 



w 






3,890 
381 

5,021 
3,020 
1,534 
2,274 
514 
1,722 

1,774 

6,759 

537 

7,967 
3,237 
6,882 
9,474 
5,456 

8,287 

882 
200 
498 

4,335 
3,776 
2,161 
5,945 
620 
1,476 

5,027 
1,318 
4.095 
3,066 
1,742 
907 
1,251 

449 
1,639 

2,610 

1,651 

464 

556 

1,519 
1,389 



112 
1,549 
1,463 

5,474 

3,588 

439 



215,419 
219, 863 






^ 



81 
13 

134 

101 

36 

44 

6 

9 

13 
74 
13 

81 

454 

163 

99 

63 

87 

5 
10 



174 
44 
42 
81 
11 
37 

207 
33 
47 

105 

40 

14 

7 

9 
49 

45 
21 
10 



23 
14 



37 
12 

91 
24 
11 



4,565 
4,791 



& 



00 



1^ 



2 



1 
2 
1 



1 
2 



2 



26 
38 



«Q 

s 



98 



40 
26 
18 
25 
10 
7 

13 



56 
8 
47 
64 
54 

46 



40 
31 
18 
42 



31 

98 

27 

36 

65 

5 

1 

5 

2 
2 

11 
4 
9 
1 

3 
1 



28 
6 

86 

84 

4 



5 ^ 



273 
119 

175 
140 
36 
149 
5 
156 

45 

217 

10 

272 

54 

358 

377 

2,516 

203 

34 

5 

118 

51 
99 
41 
86 
40 
28 

131 
111 
129 
115 

30 
111 

57 

6 
30 

1,041 

454 

31 

112 

34 
22 



2 
31 
53 

283 

162 

10 



1,805 ! 12, 618 
1,930 110,073 



S • 

•sa 
S.9 



196 
30 

115 

117 

45 

226 

12 

77 

93 

134 

28 

70 

27 

39 

274 

127 

131 

18 
6 

7 

46 
104 

68 
152 

56 

19 

205 
52 

137 

99 

40 

6 

50 

18 
19 

212 

133 

14 

18 

14 
17 



1 
22 
25 

73 
88 
21 



5,518 
5,398 



irers of 
arine. 


'a 


dealers 
garine. 


e3 S 


2 




1^ 




A o 
8 


k . . . . 


32 


...., 


9 






467 


10 


1 


223 


2 




61 


9 


1 


82 


3 




9 


1 




40 


1 




156 


2 




12 


..... 




4 


1 




17 


4 




44 


2 




2 


1 

1 

2 




2 




9 






1 






4 






161 


7 




23 




I 


79 




1 


291 

40 

3 


3 


1 


39 


7 




17 


1 




18 






253 


10 


5 


336 


5 




49 


2 




5 






12 


2 




57 


5 




71 


12 




31 


5 




10 


3 




36 


5 




15 






3 






67 


12 




96 


4 




87 


1 




88 


5 




16 




21 


7,400 


271 


22 


6,644 


280 



iSi Total. 



4,601 
552 

6, 002 
3,653 
1,739 
2,807 
547 
1,982 

1,986 

7,342 

606 

8,478 
3,961 
7,589 
10, 312 
8,245 

8,799 

964 
228 
628 

4,889 
4,094 
2,417 
6,613 
767 
1,605 

5,850 
1,572 
4.484 
3,750 
2, 212 
1,091 
1,375 

504 
1,816 

4,015 

2,304 

544 

687 

1, 645 
1,462 



118 
1,746 
1,664 

6,137 

4, 042 

501 

249, 137 

250, 593 



Note. — In the case of retail dealers in oleomargarine, the number of places where oleomargarine is 
•old or offered for sale is sometimes in excess of the number of persons who pay special taxes as retail 
de^ilem in oleomargarine . This is accounted for from tlse fact tiiat one retail dealer in some cases pays 
more than one special tax for the privilege of offering oleomargarine for sale at more than one storeor 
place of buBiness. 



48 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Statement showing, by States and Territories, the Actual Number of the 
Different Kinds of Special-Tax Payers for the Fiscal Year ended June 
30, 1894. 



States and Territories. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian Territory 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Kevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New Tork 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Khode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washin^n 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Total 

Total for the fiscal year 
ended June 30,1893 






145 
6 

17 

4 
9 



13 



129 
23 



IS © 

3 



969 

7 

672 

632 

12,9o3 

2,636 

3,153 

416 

1,280 

437 

1,303 

633 

18,909 

8,123 



6 
1 
75 
30 
♦1 
69 
72 
7 
23 



71 
'3' 



1 

6 

2 

326 

10 



109 



11 

205 

9 

1 



21 

18 

3 



15 



5 
44 



1,494 
1,554 



5,085 
2,226 
4,309 
4,563 

994 
4,438 
5,125 
7,626 
3,890 

381 
8,041 
1,534 
2,274 

514 
1,722 
8,533 

537 

41, 303 

1,082 

498 
16, 217 

620 

1,476 

13,506 

1,742 

907 
1,251 
2,088 
4,261 

464 

556 
3,020 
1,549 
1,463 
9,062 

439 



215,419 
219, 863 



o 

^» 
I* 



^ 



43 



10 
52 

380 
55 
54 
7 
20 
12 
37 
9 

338 
74 



59 

12 

239 

112 

10 

110 

199 

59 

81 

13 

235 

36 

44 

6 

9 

87 

13 

947 

15 



Cm 

O 

£ 
£ • 

ee 



341 
11 
37 

392 
40 
14 
7 
58 
66 
10 



37 
37 
12 
115 
11 



4,5G5 
4,791 



4 
1 



3 

"i 



5 
2 



& 

2 



130 

31 

19 

5 

5 



5 

21 

125 

54 



24 

2 

28 

10 



44 

36 

102 

98 



66 
18 
25 
10 

7 
13 

4 
275 



I 
131 



31 

226 

5 

1 

5 

4 

15 

9 

1 

4 

28 

6 

170 

4 



SB 
« o 



5 

<D 



118 



10 

31 
167 
127 
106 

18 

48 
6 

67 

8 

1,248 

472 

1 

237 

346 

185 

69 
180 

86 
233 
293 
273 
119 
315 

36 

149 

5 

156 

262 

10 
3,780 

39 
118 
277 

40 

28 
486 

30 
111 

57 

36 
1,495 

31 
112 

58 

31 

53 
445 

10 



-a 

I 



o 
d 

3 



-a 

B 



^•s 



23 



26 
38 



1,805 
1,930 



12, 618 
10, 073 



22 
25 

155 
76 

129 
10 
20 
15 
33 
16 

370 

233 



243 
39 
74 
48 
13 
66 

251 

176 

196 
30 

232 
45 

226 
12 
77 

227 
28 

668 

24 

7 

370 
56 
19 

493 

40 

6 

50 

37 

345 
14 
18 
32 
22 
25 

161 
21 



o . 

a ® 



^ 



5,518 
5,398 



6 
1 



1 
5 



21 
22 



•IS 



& 



64 



5 

68 

31 

87 

11 

19 

89 

115 

79 

2 

2,017 

300 

38 

120 

162 

159 

67 

40 

69 

248 

543 

32 

9 

680 

61 

82 



9 

196 

12 

69 

10 

4 

554 

40 

3 

327 

336 

49 

5 

69 

102 

10 



54 
67 
96 
175 
16 



7,400 
6,644 



80 . 

f- 9 

® s 

-J 



1 
1 
3 
7 

1 



6 
3 

4 



24 
6 



4 

4 
2 
9 
28 
23 
8 



12 
9 
3 



1 
3 

ii 



10 



18 
5 
2 



7 

17 

3 



5 
12 

4 
6 



271 
280 



Total. 



1,231 
7 

722 

809 

13,967 

3,025 

3,490 

. 479 

1,477 

000 
1,542 

689 
23.170 
9,287 
39 
5,778 
2,791 
5,070 
4.903 
1,240 
4,892 
6,192 
8,829 
4,601 

552 
9,655 
1,739 
2,807 

547 
1,982 
9,327 

606 

47,384 

1,182 

628 
18, 013 

767 
1,605 
15,656 
2, 212 
1,091 
1,375 
2,320 
6,319 

544 

687 

3,225 

1,746 

1,664 

10, 179 

501 



249,137 
250,593 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



49 



DIVISIOH OF DISTILLED SPIEITS. 

The statements under the above heading, relating to the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1894, exhibit the number of grain, molasses, and fruit 
distilleries which were registered and operated in each State; the num- 
ber of fruit distilleries registered and operated in each collection dis- 
trict; the number and capacity of the grain and molasses distilleries 
in operation at the beginning of each month in the year and of the 
three following months; the number of grain distilleries, classified 
according to their different capacities, registered and operated in each 
district and State; the quantities and several kinds of grain and other 
materials used in the production of distilled spirits in each collection 
district and State; the different kinds of fruit brandy produced during 
the year in each collection district and State; the quantity of distilled 
spirits, in proof gallons, rectified in the several districts and States; 
and the number of cattle and hogs fed at the registered grain distil- 
leries; the quantity of distilled spirits gauged during the fiscal years 
ended June 30, 1893 and 1894, in each collection district aud State; 
the quantity of fermented liquors produced duriug the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1894, in each collection district and State, together with other 
items. 

DISTILLERIES REGISTERED AND OPERATED. 

The following statement shows the number of distilleries registered 
and operated during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894: 





Grain. 


Molasses. 


Fruit. 


Total 
regis- 
tered. 


Total 


states and Territories. 


Regis 
tered. 


Oper- 
ated. 


Eegis- 
tered. 


Oper- 
ated. 


Regis- 
tered. 


Oper- 
ated. 


oper- 
ated. 


* 
Alabama >. 


17 
60 
2 
1 
2 
1 
lOti 


12 
40 
2 
1 
2 
1 
89 






88 

37 

272 


88 

37 

267 


105 

97 

274 

1 

38 

32 

268 

1 

35 

30 

1 

3 

584 

16 

56 

14 

3 

1 

99 
3 
1 

68 

9 

54 

1,824 

62 

11 

139 

76 

288 

37 

1 

1,352 

3 

18 
5 


100 


Arkansas 






77 


California 






269 


Colorado 






1 


Coniiecticnt 






36 

31 

162 

1 

12 
14 

1 

3 

133 

15 

30 

5 


36 

31 

162 

1 

8 

11 

1 

3 

125 

15 

30 

5 


38 


Delaware 






32 


Georida 






251 


Idaho 






1 


Iflinois 


23 
16 


17 
14 






25 








25 


Iowa 






1 












3 


Kentacky 


460 


307 


1 
1 


1 
1 


433 


I^n{«iana -- x- .^r 


16 


Miryland ,., .-,-,^- - -,-, 


26 
1 
3 


26 

1 
3 


56 


Hanachusetts 


8 


8 


14 


Hinnesota 


3 


Hiasiasinni * 






1 
22 


ig' 




Miaaoun...!.".'. '.".*. .......r.!."!!!! 


77 
3 


56" 

3 






75 


Nebraska 






3 


New Hamnshire . - t 


1 


1 






1 


New Jersey 


1 


1 


67 

9 

50 

1,115 

32 

8 

16 

35 

163 

19 

1 

1,238 

1 

16 


65 

9 

45 

1,110 

30 

8 

16 

35 

163 

19 

1 

1,238 

1 

16 


66 


New Mexico 






o 


New York 


3 

709 

30 

3 

123 

41 

125 

18 


3 

583 

25 

1 

110 

23 

103 

14 


1 


1 


49 


liorth CaroliDa 


1,693 
55 


Ohio 






Oref^on 






9 


Pennaylvahia 






126 


8onth Carolina . 






58 


Tennessee 






266 


Texas ; 






33 


V^annont 






1 


Virginia 


114 
2 
2 
5 


90 
1 
2 
5 






1,334 
2 


n aahineton 






Veat Viririnia , 






18 


'^iaoonain 






5 














Total. 


1,§64 


1,541 


12 


12 


3,633 


3,595 


5,609 


5,148 





H, Ex, 4- 



50 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



FRUIT DISTILLERIES REGISTERED AND OPERATED. 

Statement showing the Number of Fruit Distilleries Registered and Oper- 
ated DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1894, BY COLLECTION DISTRICTS. 



Diatrict. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

Califoiiiia : 

First district 

Fourth district 

Connecticat 

Geor^a 

Ulinois: 

Fifth district 

Eighth district 

Tmrteenth district 

Indiana: 

Sixth district 

Seventh district 

Iowa, fourth district 

Kansaa 

Kentucky : 

Second district 

Fifth district 

Sixth district 

Seventh district 

Eighth district 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Massachusetts, third district 
Missouri : 

First district 

Sixth district 

Montana 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey : 

First district 



Regis- 


Oper- 


tered. 


ated. 


88 


88 


37 


37 


139 


138 


133 


129 


36 


36 


162 


162 


3 




5 


5 


4 


3 


2 


2 


12 


9 


1 


1 


3 


8 


03 


61 


22 


18 


3 


3 


10 


10 


85 


33 


16 


15 


61 


61 


5 


5 


12 


11 


10 


8 


1 


1 


1 


1 


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New Jersey— Continued. 

Fifth district 

New Mexico 

New York : 

Fourteenth district . . . . 

Twenty-first district. . . 

Twenly-eighth district 
North Carolina: 

Fourth district 

Fifth district 

Ohio: 

First district 

Tenth district 

Twelfth district :. 

Twenty-third district.. 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania: 

Firstdistrict 

Ninth district 

Twelfth district 

South Carolina , 

Tennessee : 

Second district 

Fifth district 

Texas, fourth district 

Virginia: 

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Sixth district * . 

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29 
6 

15 



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4 

15 



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400 


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710 


2 


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18 


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5 


6 


6 


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9 


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12 


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35 


45 


45 


118 


118 


19 


19 


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274 


964 


964 


16 


16 



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Statement showing the Number and Capacity of Grain and Molasses Dis- 
tilleries IN Operation at the Beginning of each Month during the Fiscal 
Year ended June 30, 1894, and the First Three Months of the Present Fis- 
cal Year. 



Month. 



Number of distil- 
leries. 



Molasses. 



July 

August ... 
September 
October ... 
November. 
December. 
January... 
February . 
March — 

April 

May 

June 

Jnly 

August . . , 
Septembex 




Capacity of grain 
distilleries. 



Grain. 



Bughels. 
36,627 
27,397 
23,425 
34,713 
56, 208 
55, 791 
79,558 
85, 431 
90, 693 
94,501 
97, 150 
76, 897 
48,130 
39, 200 
20,477 



Spirits. 



OaUona. 
150,943 
112, 733 

95, 391 
144,625 
239, 439 
236, 392 
339, 352 
361, 061 
383,078 
391, 245 
408,354 
319, 979 
204,495 
165,358 

84,375 



Capacity of molas- 
ses distiUeries. 



Molasses 



Spirits. 



OaUona. 


Gallons. 


5,070 


4,283 


7,754 


6,564 


7,295 


6,201 


6,570 


5,538 


20,564 


17,453 


26, 338 


21,243 


15, 373 


12, 680 


11, 571 


17,155 


25,595 


20,480 


22,047 


18, 715 


21, 144 


17,680 


20, 327 


16, 908 


18,462 


15,296 


20, 756 


17, 274 


4,156 


3,533 



Total 
spirit pro- 
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capacity 
per day. 



OiMofU. 
155,226 
119,297 
101,592 
150, 163 
256,892 
257,635 
352,032 
378, 216 
403,558 
409,960 
426,034 
336,887 
219, 791 
182,632 
87,908 



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GSAIN AND MOLASSES DISTILLERIES IN OPERATION SEPTEMBER 1^ 

1880 TO 1894. 



Comparative Statement showing the Number and Capacity of Grain and 
Molasses Distilleries in Operation on the Ist Day of September in bach 
OP the Years 1880 to 1894, inclusive. 



Date. 



September 1 

1880 

1881 

1882.... 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891.... 
1892.... 
1893.... 
1894.... 



Number of distil- 
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Capacity 
distfll 


of grain 
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Capacity of molas- 
ses distilleries. 


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Molasses. 


Grain. 


Spirits. 


Molasses. 


Spirits. 






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OaUons. 


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372 


6 


69, 013 


275,364 


8,899 


7,564 


298 


5 


70, 193 


272, 806 


8,573 


7,287 


198 


7 


57,755 


227,973 


10,426 


8,861 


387 


7 


56,859 


224,107 


8,721 


6,818 


294 


8 


47,855 


189, 308 


8,814 


7,424 


212 


8 


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174, 295 


7,122 


6,054 


305 


9 


46, 180 


181,223 


8,853 


7,524 


293 


8 


50,355 


199, 100 


6,460 


5,493 


399 


5 


33,294 


141, 963 


4,465 


3,798 


376 


5 


40,946 


172,526 


3, 574 


3,037 


487 


6 


48,946 


190, 777 


7,425 


6,311 


425 


7 


43,655 


186, 693 


8,511 


7,418 


437 


6 


30, 379 


126,961 


4,926 


4,188 


403 


4 


23,425 


95, 391 


' 7,295 


6,201 


426 


3 


20,477 


84,375 


4,156 


3,533 



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OaUons. 
282,928 
280,093 
286,834 
280,925 
196,732 
180, 349 
188, 747 
204,503 
145,761 
175,563 
197,088 
194, 111 
131, 149 
101,592 
87,908 



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COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF DISTILLERIES REGISTERED AND 

OPERATED. 

The whole number of grain distilleries registered during the fiscal 
year ended June 30, 1894, was 1,964, of which number 1,541 were 
operated. 

The numbers registered and operated during the fiscal year ended 
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daring the last fiscal year of 166 in the number registered and a decrease 
of 76 in the number operated. 

Much the larger portion of the increase in the number registered 
occurred in the class of distilleries having the smaller capacities for 
the production of spirits, there having been an increase of 161 in the 
number of distilleries of this class registered, with a decrease of 25 in 
the number operated. 

In the class of larger distilleries there was an increase of 5 only in 
the number registered, and a decrease of 51 in the number operated. 

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1893, there were registered 
1,532 distilleries of the smaller class, varying. in daily grain capacity 
fi*om not over 5 to not over 60 bushels each, and of this number 1,359, 
or nearly 89 per cent, were operated. 

Of the larger distilleries, having daily grain capacities varying from 
60 bushels to several thousand bushels each, 266 were registered and 
258, or 97 per cent, were operated. 

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, of the smallest distilleries 
1,693 were registered and 1,334, or 78 + P<^r cent, were operated. 

Of the larger distilleries 271 were registered and 207, or 76 + per 
cent, were operated. 

There were 12 rum distilleries registered and 12 operated, an increase 
of 1 in the number reported for the previous fiscal year. 

There were 3,633 firuit distilleries registered and 3,595 operated, an 
increase of 453 in the number registered and of 480 in the number 
operated during the fiscal year. 

The total number of grain, molasses, and fruit distilleries registered 
and operated during the year is 5,609 and 5,148, respectively. 

There was an increase of 620 in the number of all kinds of distilleries 
registered and of 405 in the number of all kinds operated during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, as compared with the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1893. 



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59 



COMPARATIVK STATEMENT OF MATERIALS USED AND SPIRITS PRODUCED DURING 

THE Last Ten Fiscal Years. 



Year. 



1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1880 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

Total... 

Average 



Grain used. 


Spirits pro- 
duced. 


Molaases 
used. 


Kum pro- 
duced. 


Bushelt. 


GalUms. 


Qallon». 


GhUons. 


17, 865, 203 


72, 834, 198 


2,719,416 


2,081,165 


19, 195, 332 


78,544,428 


2, 308, 130 


1,799,952 


17,959,565 


75,974,376 


2,428,783 


1,857,223 


16, 122, 509 


68, 388, 160 


2, 519, 494 


1,891,246 


20,990,924 


87,887,456 


1,951,104 


1, 471, 054 


25, 202, 901 


107, 618, 120 


2, 198, 538 


1,657,808 


26, 347, 641 


114,178,077 


2, 368, 171 


1,784,312 


26,489,827 


112, 812, 723 


2, 550, 759 


1,956,318 


29, 030, 409 


126,545,017 


2, 775, 752 


2,106,766 


19, 710, 818 


87, 340, 897 


2,598,409 


1, 864, 595 


218, 921, 129 


932, 123, 452 


24,418,556 


18,470.438 


21,892,113 


93, 212, 345 


2,441,855 


1,847,043 



The quantity of graiu used for the production of spirits during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1894 (19,716,818 bushels, including 447,706 
bushels, which is the estimated equivalent of 2,878,112 gallons of mo- 
lasses, used for the production of spirits), shows a decrease of 9,313,591 
bashels from the amount used in the preceding fiscal year (29,030,409 
bushels), and is 2,175,295 bushels less than the average (21,892,113 
bushels, for the last ten years. The number of gallons of spirits pro- 
duced from grain during the year (87,340,897 gallons) shows a decrease 
of 39,204,120 gallons from the product (126,545,017 gallons) for the year 
ended June 30, 1893, and is 5,871,448 gallons less than the average pro- 
duced (93,212^345 gallons) for the last ten years. 
The yield of spirits from each bushel of grain is 4.42+ gallons. 
The yield for the two preceding years was 4.24+ gallons for 1892 and 
4^5+ gallons for 1893. 

The quantity of molasses used for the production of rum during the 
fiscal year (2,598,409 gallons) shows a decrease of 177,343 gallons from 
the quantity used in the previous year (2,775,752 gallons), and is 156,554 
gallons more than the average (2,441,855 gallons) for the last ten years. 
The quantity of rum distilled from molasses during the fiscal year 
(1,864,595 gallons) shows a decrease of 242,170 gallons from the product 
of the previous year (2,106,765 gallons), and is 17,552 gallons more than 
the average product (1,847,043 gallons) for the last ten years. 



60 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



DIFFERENT KINDS OF FRUIT BRANDY PRODUCED DURING THE YEAR. 

Statement showing the Quantity of Each Kind op Fruit Brandy Produced 
during the fiscal year ended june 30, 1894, by collection districts. 



Districts. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

First California 

Fourth California 

Gonnectiont 

Georgia 

Eighth Illinois 

Thirteenth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Fourth Iowa 

Kansas 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Sixth Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Third Massachusetts 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

Montana 

New Hampshire 

First "Sew Jersey 

Fifth New Jersey 

New Mexico 

Fourteenth New York 

Twenty-first New York . . . 
Twenty-eighth New York. 

Fourth North Carolina 

Fifth North Carolina 

KrstOhio 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Fourth Texas 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virginia 

West Virginia 



Apple. 



OaUons. 

2,756 

6,231 

208 

227 

18,431 

4,373 



280 

209 

3,222 



18, 211 

2,711 

63 

435 

3,881 

165 

25,296 

1.640 

436 

163 

196 

36 

86,923 

41,497 



30,312 

1,337 

11,408 

28,990 

22,470 

473 

258 

492 



975 
17, 697 
19,056 

119 

171 

6,635 

74, 133 

140 

28,138 

88,289 

2,012 



Peach. 



6nq>e. 



OcUlona. 

1,306 

2,563 

928 

918 



3,071 



48 
64 
10 



240 

244 

36 



23 

689 

47,254 



91 



183 
1,505 



45 



47 

2,506 

2,019 

100 

372 

20 



512 
104 
538 



985 

131 

2,772 

3,608 

81 

.498 

3,678 



OaUont. 

54 

49 

1,291,793 

964,814 



604 

1,474 

30 

20 

23 

286 

1,700 

232 

67 

9 



Total. 



209 
86 



50 

262 

4,105 

367 



9,423 

1,284 

20 

3,316 

36, 579 



497 
270 



250 



81 

1,566 

954 



OaUont. 

4,116 

8,843 

1,292,929 

965,959 

18,431 

8,048 

1,474 

358 

293 

3,255 

286 

1,700 

18,683 

3,022 

108 

435 

3,904 

854 

72,550 

1,640 

736 

249 

196 

36 

87,156 

43,264 

4,105 

30,724 

1,337 

20,878 

32,780 

24,509 

3,889 

37,009 

512 

497 

1,757 

17,801 

19,594 

119 

1,406 

6,766 

76,905 

3,748 

28,300 

90,353 

6.644 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



61 



Statement showing the Quantity of Each Kind of Fruit Brandy Produced 

DURING THE FISCAL YeaR ENDED JUNE 30, 1894, BY STATES AND TERRITORIES. 



States and Territories. 



Alabama 

Arisona 

Arkansas. . . 
Califoniia. . . 
Connecticut. 
Delaware . . . 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 



Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Massachu8ett« . 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Kew Jersey 

New Mexico . . . 

New York 

North Carolina 
Ohio 



Oregon 

Pennsylvania. . 
South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Virginia 

Vermont 

Washin^^n . . . 
West Virginia. 



Total 



Apple. 



OaUons. 
2,756 



6,231 

435 

18,431 

11,044' 

4,373 

196 

280 

3,431 



•25, 301 

105 

14,252 

1,640 

60 

509 

128,420 



43,057 

51,460 

1,223 

887 

36, 872 

171 

80,768 

140 

116,427 

36 

88 

2,012 



550,605 



Peach. 



Gallons. 
1,306 



2,563 
1,846 



2,802 
3,071 



48 
74 



543 

653 

44,452 



36 

91 
1,688 



92 

4, 525 

292 

201 

642 

985 

2,903 

3,608 

579 



311 
3,678 



76,989 



Grape. 



Gallons. 

54 
1,876 

49 
2,256,607 



604 



1,504 
43 

286 
1,700 

308 



205 

312 

2,229 

9,790 

1,304 

40, 392 

124 



250 



1,647 



146 
954 



2, 320, 474 



Total. 



Gallons. 

4,116 

1,876 

8,843 

2, 25S, 888 

18, 431 

13,846 

8,048 

196 

1,832 

3,548 

286 

1,700 

26, 152 

758 

58, 704 

1,640 

96 

985 

130,420 

2,229 

52, 939 

57,289 

41,907 

1,212 

37, 514 

1,406 

83,671 

3,748 

118, 653 

36 

545 

6,644 



2, 948, 158 



Statement showing the Number of Gallons of Spirits Rectified in the 
United States during the Year ended June 30, 1894, by Collection Districts. 



District. 



Alabama 

Caliiomia: 

First district 

Fourth district and Nevada 

Colorado and Wyoming 

Connecticut and Bhode Island 

Georgia 

Illinois: 

First district 

Fifth district 

Ei^th district 

Thirteenth district 

Indiana i 

Sixth district 

Seventh district 

Iowa: 

Third district 

Fonrth district 

Kansas 

Kentucky : 

Second district 

Fifth district 

Sixth district 

Seventh district 

Eighth district 

^nisiana and Mississippi 

**ryland, Delaware, and District 

of Columbia 

nasaachusetts 

Michigan, first district 

JJinneeota 

MiMonri: 

First district 

^ Sixthdlstrict 

JJontana, Utah, and Idaho 

^ebraska and Dakotas 

Aew Hampshire, Maine, an^ Ver- 
mont 

^6w Jersey : 

Ffaflt district 



Gallons. 



143,333.64 

2, 193, 295. 19 

116,799.45 

69,201.46 

349, 034. 01 

106,569.33 

3,862,718.63 

1, 250, 368. 04 

48,075.30 

371. 73 

104,525.63 
1,253,732.84 

33,852.92 

23,475.96 

2, 819. 50 

207,517.81 
1,696,756.93 
2,310,295.60 

116,265.40 
1,601.99 

756, 021. 91 

4,964,206.58 

3, 280, 263. 75 

265, 104. 38 

311, 787. 91 

2, 890, 557. 81 
341. 174. 87 
22, 767 
290,943.03 

5,860 

94,430.33 



District. 



New Jersey — Continued. 

Fifth district 

New Mexico 

New York: 

First district 

Second district 

Third district 

Fourteenth district 

Twenty -first district. . . 

Twenty -eighth district 
North Carolina: 

Fourth district 

Fifth district 

Ohio: 

First district 

Tenth district 

Eleventh district 

Eighteenth district .... 
Oregon and Washington. . . 
Pennsylvania : 

First district 

Ninth district 

Twelfth district 

- Twenty- third district.. 
Tennessee : 

Second district 

Fifth district 

Texas * 

Third district 

Fourth district 

Virginia : 

Second district 

Sixth district 

"West Virginia 

Wisconsin : 

First district 

Second district '. 



Total 



Gallons. 



1, 
6, 
1, 



1, 



8, 



6, 



1. 



203, 148 
5,874.50 

030,417.36 
929, 083. 75 
053,333.41 
346, 061. 09 
279,573.49 
427, 372. 48 

29,448.04 
202,431.50 

165, 308. 85 
294, 952. 47 
162, 598. 12 
567, 680. 92 
107, 323. 27 

429, 568. 08 
119,751.44 
232,863 
989,023.95 

55,493.15 
145, 798. 70 

196,756.50 
20, 616. 70 

556, 247. 85 

72, 045. 38 

118, 498. 88 

421, 213. 44 
20,882 



58,297,095.25 



1 



62 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Statement showing the Number of Gallons of Spirits Rectified in the Unitied 
States during the Year ended June 30, 1894, by States and Territories. 



states and Territories. 



Alabama 

California and Nevada 

Colorado and Wyoming 

Connecticut and Rhode Island 

G«or^a 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana and Mississippi 

Maryland, Delaware, and District 

of Columbia 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

Montana, Idaho, and Utah 



Gallons. 



143, 

2,310, 

69, 

349, 

106, 

5, 161, 

1,358, 

57. 

2, 

4,332, 

756, 



333.64 
094.64 
201.46 
034.01 
569.33 
533. 70 
258.47 
328.88 
819.50 
437. 73 
021. 91 



4,964,206.58 

3, 280, 263. 75 

205, 104. 38 

311,787.91 

3, 231. 732. 68 

22, 767 



States and Territories. 



Nebraska and Dakotas 

New Hampshire, Maine, and Yer 

mont 

New Jersey 

New Mexico and Arizona 

New York 

North Carolina 

Oliio 

Oregon and Washington ■ 

Pennsylvania 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Total , 



Gallons. 



290,943.03 



5, 

297, 

5, 

11,065, 

231, 

9,190, 

107, 

7.771, 

201, 

217, 

628, 

118, 

1.442, 



860 

578.33 

874.50 

841.58 

879.54 

540.36 

323.27 

206.47 

291.85 

373.20 

293.23 

498.88 

095.44 



58,297,095.25 



STOCK FED AT DISTILLESIES. 



The following statement shows the number of cattle and hogs fed at 
registered grain distilleries, with their average and total increase in 
weight during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, by collection dis- 
tricts : 



Districts. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Georgia 

Firstlllinois 

Fifth Illinois 

Ifiighth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Sixth Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Maryland 

Tlilrd Massachusetts 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

Nebraska 

Fifth New Jersey 

Fourth North Carolina 

Fifth North Carolina 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

N inth Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania 

Twenty-third Pennsylvania. 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Third Texas 

Fourth Texas , 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virginia 

First Wisconsin 



Cattle. 



Number 
fed. 



60 

77 



278 

307 

1,200 

22,097 

9,047 

1,776 

3,600 

3,678 

1,616 

5J37 

2, 392 

481 

23 

80 

2,150 

97 

43 

3,274 

345 

39 

185 

74 

800 

83 

111 

24 

2,033 

12 

^7 



65 
5 

40 
587 



Increase in weight. 



Total. 



Poimds. 

6,000 

10, 912 



43,420 

57,260 

860,000 

5, 507, 360 

2, 100, 060 

353,360 

720,000 

548,897 

380,580 

1, 017, 555 

580,490 

96,375 

6,900 

16,000 

505, 250 

8,100 

14,405 

892,200 

102, 120 

4,784 

31,600 

12, 825 

288,000 

19,225 

24,930 

5,500 

538,233 

1,300 

500 

57, 650 



9,200 

300 

2,000 

126,225 



Average. 



Pounds. 
100 
141+ 



156+ 

186+ 

300 

249+ 

282+ 

198+ 

200 

149+ 

235+ 

198+ 

242+ 

200+ 

800 

200 

235 

83+ 
335 
272+ 
296 

22+ 
170+ 
173+ 
360 
231+ 
224+ 
229+ 
264+ 
108+ 

50 
194+ 



141+ 
60 

50 
215+ 



Hogs. 



Number 
fed. 



600 

2,769 

24 

50 

1.036 



140 
152 



1,416 
928 
638 
504 

1,493 

164 

10 



778 
997 



2,372 

1,975 

42 

600 

49 

1,151 

98 

330 

636 

207 

2,296 

60 

1,522 

100 

1,339 

183 



Increase in weight. 



Total. 



Pounds, 

30,000 

152,415 

2,400 

2,500 

153, 720 



7,400 
13,385 



160,098 
73, 175 
48,640 
37,020 

105, 985 

15,088 

1,500 



20, 218 
139,580 



124,676 

154,899 

2,200 

108,000 

3,185 

00,026 

19,900 

20,400 

35,025 

14, 910 

152, 179 

900 

70,865 

4,000 

133,900 

3,559 



Average. 



Pounds. 
50 

55+ 
100 
50 
79+ 



52+ 
88+ 



113+ 
78+ 
76+ 
73+ 
70+ 
92 

150 



• 26+ 
140 



52+ 
78+ 
52+ 

180 
65 
78+ 

208+ 
61+ 
55+ 
72+ 
66+ 
15 
46+ 
40 

100 
19+ 



Total 

increase 

in weight 

of cattle 

and hogs. 



Pounds. 

36,000 

163,327 

2,400 

45.920 

210,980 

360,000 

5, 507, 360 

2, 107. 460 

366,745 

720,000 

708,995 

453,755 

1, 066, 195 

617, 510 

202, 360 

21,988 

17,500 
505,250 

28,318 
153, 985 
892,200 
102,120 
129,460 
186,499 

15,025 
396,000 

22,410 
114,956 

25,400 
568,633 

36,825 

15,410 

209,829 

900 

^,065 

4,300 

131^,900 

129,784 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



63 



The following statement shows the number of cattle fed at registered 
grain distilleries, arranged by States : 



states. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

Colorado 

Connecticnt — 

Geor^ 

nilnois 

Indiana 

Kentacky 

Marylana 

Massacbosetts . 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

l^ebraska 

New Jersey 

l^ortb Carolina. 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania . . 

South Carolina. 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Virgiaia 

Wisconsin 



lotal. 



Cattle. 



Hogs. 



Nnmber 
fed. 



60 

77 



278 

307 

32,344 

5,376 

13,304 

23 

80 

2,150 

140 

3,274 

345 

224 

74 

800 

2,251 

12 

307 

65 

45 

687 



Increase in weigbt. 



Total. 



Poundt. 
6,000 
10,912 



62,123 



43,420 

57,260 

7, 967, 420 

1,073,360 

2, 623, 897 

6,900 

16, 000 

505, 250 

22,505 

892,200 

102, 120 

36,384 

12, 825 

288,000 

587,888 

1,300 

58, 150 

9,200 

2,300 

126, 225 



14,449,516 



Average. 



Pounds. 
100 
141+ 



150+ 
186+ 
246+ 
199+ 
197+ 
800 
200 
235 
160+ 
272+ 
296 
162+ 
173+ 
360 
261+ 
108+ 
189+ 
141+ 
51+ 
215+ 



232+ 



Number 
fed. 



600 

2,769 

24 

50 

1,936 

140 

152 

4,979 

164 

10 



1,770 



4,347 
42 

600 
1,628 

636 
2,503 
1,582 
1,439 

183 



Increase in freight. 



25,554 



Total. 



Pounds, 

30.000 

152,415 

2,400 

2,500 

153,720 

7,400 

13,385 

424, 918 

15,088 

1,500 



150, 798 



279, 575 

2,200 

108,000 

133, 511 

35,025 

167, 089 

71,785 

137, 900 

3,559 



1,901,748 



Average. 



Pounds. 
50 
55+ 

100 
50 
79+ 
52+ 
88+ 
86+ 
92 

150 



90+ 



•4+ 
52+ 
180 
82+ 
65+ 
66+ 
45+ 
95+ 
19+ 



74+ 



Total 
increase 

in weigbt 
of cattle 

and bogs. 



Pounds. 

36,000 

163,327 

2,400 

45,920 

210, 980 

7,974,820 

X 086, 745 

3, 048, 816 

21,988 

17,600 

506,260 

182,303 

892,200 

102, 120 

315, 959 

15,026 

396,000 

721,399 

86.326 

225, 239 

80,965 

140.200 

129, 784 



16, 351, 264 



SUMMARY. 



Number of cattle fed at registered grain distilleries in tbe United States 62, 123 

TeUl increase in weigbt of cattle pounds . . 14, 449, 516 

Average increase in weigbt of cattle do 232+ 

Number of bo^s fed at registered grain distilleries in tbe United States 26, 554 

Total increase m weigbt of bogs pounds . . 1, 901, 748 

Average increase in weigbt of nogs do 74+ 

Total number of cattle and hogs fw 87, 677 

Total increase in weigbt of cattle and bogs pounds. . 16, 351, 264 

Average increase in. weigbt of cattle and bogs do ' 186+ 



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FERMENTED LIQUORS. 

statement showing the production of fermented liquors in the several 
Collection Districts of the United States for the Fiscal Year ended 
June 30, 1894. 



Distriota. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

First California.... 
Fourth California.. 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Georgia 

First Illinois 

Fifth Illinois 

Eighth Illinois.... 
Thirteenth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana. . . 

Third Iowa 

Fourth Iowa. 

Kansas 

Second Kentucky. . 
Fifth Kentucky ... 
Sixth Kentucky . . . 
Seventh Kentucky. 
Eighth Kentucky. . 

I«oui8iana 

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Massachusetts 

First Michigan 

Fourth Michigan .. 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri.... 

Montana 

l^ebraska 



Barrels. 



36 351 



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615, 325 
106, 825 
188, 120 
433,659 

78, 407 
934, 789 

96,020 
141,099 
138,226 
339, 959 
276, 108 

51, 719 

83,329 

5,867 

6,058 

219, 580 

123, 240 

1,270 

3,710 

267, 450 

820,588 

248, 347 

580, 192 

75,388 
390,303 
007, 133 
175, 228 

73, 137 
178, 272 



Districts. 



New Hampshire 

First New Jersey 

Fifth New Jersey 

New Mexico 

FirstNew York 

Second New York 

Third New York 

Fourteenth New York 

Twenty-first New York 

Twenty -eighth New York . . 

First Ohio 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania 

Twenty-third Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Third Texas 

Fourth Texas 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virgmia 

West Virginia 

First "Wisconsin 

Second Wisconsin 

Total 



Baixels. 



1, 

2, 

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2, 



364,292 

49,142 

843,022 

4.598 

350,060 

523,744 

925,538 

194, 842 

433,990 

339,496 

343,090 

415,708 

315,356 

546,817 

173,906 

160,397 

105,929 

443,789 

728,733 

9,541 

25,560 

56,548 

135,750 

52,192 

25,160 

50,900 

111,300 

564,140 

336,550 



33,334,783 



Statement showing the Production of Fermented Liquors in the Several 
States and Territories of the United States for the Fiscal Year 
ENDED June 30^ 1894. 



States and Territories. 



JLlahama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut . . . 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Iiouisiana 

Maryland 

Massachusetts. 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Missouri 



Barrels. 



36, 351 



722, 150 
188, 120 
433, 659 



78, 407 

3, 310, 134 

616, 067 

135,048 

5,867 

353,858 

267, 450 

820, 588 

1, 248, 347 

655, 580 

390,303 

2, 182, 361 



States and Territories. 



Montana 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire. 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina . . 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina . . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Virginia 

West Virginia. . . 
Wisconsin 



Total 



Barrels. 



73,137 

178, 272 

364,292 

1, 892, 164 

4,593 

9,767,670 



2, OaO, 971 

173,905 

3, 447, 848 

9,541 

82, 108 

187,942 

76,060 

111, 300 

2,900,690 



33,334,783 



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73 



BIVISIOST OF ASSESSXEirrS. 

The following statements relative to assessments, to spirits deposited 
in and withdrawn from distillery warehouses and special bonded ware- 
houses, the number and location of such warehouses and the names of 
the proprietors thereof; to the stock of spirits in the United States 
October 1, 1894; to the exportation of spirits, fermented liquors, 
tobacco, snuff, cigars, and cigarettes in bond; to the exportation of 
tobacco, cigars, fermented liquors, and stills, with benefit of drawback; 
to the use of grape brandy tax-free in fortifying wines, and to the act 
of March 3, 1891, authorizing the use of alcohol tax-free in the manu- 
facture of sugar from sorghum, are prepared from reports in the divi- 
sion of assessments. The statements relative to assessments are to be 
found on this page and the page following; statements relative to oper- 
ations in distillery warehouses commence on page 76 (see also special 
index on page 75) ; to operations in special bonded warehouses, on page 
160; to exportations in bond free of tax as to spirits, on page 132; as to 
fermented liquors, on page 171 ; as to tobacco, snuff, cigars, and cigar- 
ettes, on page 169 ; to exportations with benefit of drawback, on page 170, 
and to the use of brandy in fortifying wines, on page 168. Ko case has 
yet arisen under the act of March 3, 1891, above referred to. 

ASSESSMENTS. 
1. By States and TERRiTORiESi 1894. 

The following statement shows the amount of assessments in each of 
the several States and Territories of the United States, except where 
two or more are comprised in one district, during thfe fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1894 : 



states aad Territories. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California and Nevada 

Colorado and Wyoming 

Connecticut and Rhode Island 

Florida.. . 

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Indiana „ ,.. , 

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^nsas, Indian Territory, andOkla- 

boma 

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J^nisiana and Mississippi 

Maryland, Delaware, andDistrictof 

Columbia 

S?«Mclinaetts 

JJichigan 

JJfflneaota 

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$8, 433, 82 
2, 59a 04 

36, 192. 15 
3, 239. 14 

88, 145. 46 
3, 088. 13 

16,985.71 
179, 079. 24 
107, 295. 04 

12,534.08 

3, 646. 23 

8, 923, 480. 45 

7, 717. 28 

833, 667. 46 

17, 362. 38 

8, 279. 84 

18, 692. 90 

70, 197. 36 



States and Territories. 



Montana, Idaho, and Utah 

Nebra8ka,North and Sonth Dakota 
New Hampshire, Maine and Ver- 
mont 

New Jersey 

New Mexico and Arizona 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon, Washington, and Alaska. 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina. .•. 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Total 



Amount. 



$1,537.90 
27,136.72 



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221.45 
220. 82 
090.29 
257.28 
303. 89 
567.05 
848.63 
090.18 
314.40 
459.95 
334.63 
063.62 



13, 974, 430. 80 



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Taxes on deficiencies in the production of distilled spirits and 
excess of materials used by distillers abated before assessment duri 
the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, are as follows: 

One hnndred and sixty-one claims received from grain distillers, amount 
of tax abated — 

On excess of material used $11,425 

On deficiencies In production of distilled jBplrits 85, 027 

Total 96,453 

Claims received from fruit distillers, amount of tax abated — 

On deficiencies in production of distilled spirits 37, 833 

Total ^ain and fruit 134,287 

2. By Articles and Occupations, 1893 and 1894. 

The following table shows the assessments made by the Oomm 
sioner of Internal Eevenue during the fiscal years ended June 30, 18! 
and June 30, 1894 respectively and the increase or decrease on ea 
article or occupation : 



Description of tax by article or occupation. 



Tax on deflciences in production of distilled 
spirits 

Tax on excess of materials used in the produc- 
tion of distilled spirits 

Tax on circulation of banks and others 

Tax on distiUed spirits fraudulently removed 
or seized, also taxes overdue 

Tax on fermented liquors removed from brew- 
ery unstamped 

Tax on tobacco, snuff, and cigars removed 
from factory unstamped 

Tax on oleomargarine sold without payment 
of tax 

Tax on imitation win es 

Assessed penalties 

Unassessed and unassessable penalties, inter- 
est, deficiencies in bonded accounts which 
have been collected, taxes previously abated, 
conscience money ; also fines, i)enalties, and 
forfeitures, and costs paid to collectors by 
order of court or by order of Secretary, and 
unassessable taxes recovered; also amount 
of penalties and interest received for vali- 
dating unstamped instruments (Form 58) — 

Special taxes (licenses) 



Total 



Assessed during fiscal 
year ended— 



June 30, 1893. 



$74, 378. 37 
1,510.99 



11,566,080.90 
1,946.18 
15,071.90 
116. 32 
""83,248.' 28 



180,470.76 
56, 949. 96 



11,979,773.66 



June 30, 1894. 



$43,712.06 

3, 333. 98 
2.26 

13, 626, 796. 50 

2,783.64 

8,610.05 

17.64 

942.00 

80,927.25 



157, 165. 72 
50, 149. 70 



13, 974, 430. 80 



Fiscal year ended Ju 
30, 1894. 



Increase 
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$1,822.99 
2.26 

2,060,715.60 

837.46 



942.00 



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STATEMENT AS TO STAMP TAXES ASSESSED. 

All taxes payable by stamps not paid at the time and in the mam 
required by law have been assessed and accounted for separately fr 
those not payable by stamps. The amount of stamp taxes so assess 
and accounted for is as follows : 

Balance as per last report -..-. $1,478,333 

Stamp-tax spirits assessed 13, 534, 936 

Special taxes assessed 49,966 

Amonnt transferred from one district to another 800 

Total 15,064,036 

Amonnt collected dnring year .13, 939, 065 

Amonnt abated during year 375, 959 

Balance on hand June 30, 1894 749,011 

Total 15,064,036 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 75 

DETAILS OF OPERATIONS IN DISTILLERY WAREHOUSES. 

The following tables famish detailed statements in taxable gallons 
as to operations in distillery warehouses during the year and the months 
of July, August, ajid September, 1894, also as to spirits in the hands of 
wholesale liquor dealers and rectifiers, etc., viz : 

I. — Spirits in warehouses, Jaly 1, 1893: 

1. — By districts and months of production, pages 78 to 82 inolasive. 
2. — By districts and kinds known to the trade, pages 76 and 77. 
Note. — ^For statement of spirits in warehouses at commencement of previous fiscal 
years, see pages 151 and 152. 
II. — Spirits produced and deposited in distillery warehouses : 
1. — By kinds known to the trade during the fiscal year 1893, page 84. 
2. — By districts and kinds during the fiscal year 1894, pages 83 and 84. 
3 —In aggregate during years 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, and 1^4, page 152. 
4.— By kinds in aggregate during past seventeen yoars, pa^e 85. 
See also list of distillery warehouses, pages 86 to 124^ inclusive, 
ni. — Spirits withdrawn from warehouses : 
1. — Tax-paid by different kinds fiscal year 1893, page 126. 
2. — Tax-paid by districts and kinds during fiscal year 1894, pages 125 and 126. 
3. — ^Tax-paid by kinds, 1893 and 1894, compared, page 127. 
4.— Tax-paid in aggregate, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, and 1894, page 152. 
5. — For export by districts and kinds during fiscal year 1893, page 132. 
6. — For export by districts and kinds during fiscal year 1894, page 133. 
7. — For export by domestic and foreign ports and kinds in 1893, pages 134 to 136. 
8. — For export by domestic and foreign ports and kinds in 1894, pages 137 to 139. 
9. — For export in aggregate by years during the past twenty- two years, page 139. 
10.— For scientific purposes and use of the United States by kinds in 1893, and by 

districts and kinds in 1894, page 140. 
11. — For manufacturing warehouses by districts and kinds^ year 1894, and in aggre- 
gate for 1893, page 141. - 
12.— Lost by leakage in 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 
1891, 18^2, and 1893, also by districts and kinds in 1894^ pages 129, 130, and 
131, 
13.— Loss by casualty, etc., in 1893, also by districts and kinds in 1894, also by cal- 
endar years 1872 to 1893, inclusive, pages 142 and 143. 
14. — Losses and withdrawals not tax-paid or for export, 1890, 1891, 1892^ 1893^ and 

1894, page 152. 
IV.— Spirits in warehouse June 30, 1894 : 
1.— By districts and months of productions, pages 146 to 15Q, inclusive. 
2.— By districts and kinds known to the trade, pages 144 and 145. 
3.— As compared with quantity in warehouses June 30, 1893, page 145. 
v.— Summary of operations at distillery warehouses for the fiscal year 1894, page 
151. See also page 152. 
Note. — For statement as to balances in warehouses at close of each of past twenty- 
six fiscal years, see page 160. 
VI.— Operations at distillery warehouses during July, August, and September, 
1893 and 1894 : 
1.— Spirits produced in July, August, and September, 1893, by months, page 153. 
2.— Spirits produced same months in 1894 by months and states, page 153. 
3.— Spirits withdrawn tax-paid in July, August, and September, 1893, by months, 

page 153. 
4.— Spirits withdrawn tax-paid same months in 1894 by months and states, page 153. 
5.— Spirits withdrawn for export in July, August, and September, 1894, page 154. 
6.— Spirits withdrawn for export in July, August, and September, 1887, 1888, 1889, 

1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, and 1894, page 155. 
7.-Spirits in warehouse October 1, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, and 1894, 
page 15j6. 
^H.— Spirits in hands of wholesale liquor dealers and rectifiers : 
1.— Quantity in aggregate, by districts, held October 1, 1893, page 158. 
2.— Quantity by districts and kinds, held October 1, 1894, pages 158 and 159, 
Vin.— Quantity of spirits in the United States October 1, 1894, page 157. 



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ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



PRODUCTS, BY MONTHS, OF SPIRITS IN WAREHOUSE JUNE 30, 1893. 

STATBBisirr, BY MONTHS, Or Productiok of Spirits in Warbhousb in each 

District of thx United States June 30, 1893. 

[Qaantitdes in taxable gallons.] 



DistrioU. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

First California... 
Fonrth California 

Conneotiout 

Georgia 

First^lUnois 



Fifth UUnols 

Bighthllliuois 

Thirteenth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Sixth Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Maryland 

Third Massachusetts 

Minnesota < 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

N ebraska 

Xew Hampshire 

Fifth New Jersey 

FirstNew York 

Third New York 

Twenty-eighth New York 
Fourth North Carolina — 

Fifth North Carolina 

First Ohio 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 



Prior to 
June, 
1890. 



2,221 



June, 
1890. 



July, 
1890. 



22 



4, 810, 

513* 

16,843 



86,346 



841,501 
1,110,030 
256,401 
r36, 318 
625.780 
213, 979 
582r 



2,214 
8,182 
4,586 



9,616 



r,427 



72.011 

1,752 

6.396 

221 



2,409 

130 

1,937 

4,971 



2,622 
468 



23,436 



171, 810 
430,859 
168,142 
307.935 
358,706 
127,417 
1,287 



10,270 



8,583 



2,927 



61,595 



11,533 



960 



28,216 

165,801 

6,083 

117,925 

93,465 

64,119 



Aug., 
l£O0. 



462 



9,530 
329 



47,042 

'i5,'756 

38,969 



327 



2.537 

2201 



8,031 
680 



Sept., 
1890. 



276 
21 



8,044 

652 

1,899 

3,790 



523 



127 
51,676 



113,002 
223 



97 



413 

11,223 

2,110 



19,320; 12,17»; 15.231 



15,417 



93: 



138 



5,972. 



211 



Oct., 
1890. 



167 



4,604 

186 

4.691 

44,130 



2,602 



19,878 
121,346 

1,015 
168,302 

2,871 
192,183 

1,456 



12,048 
138 
183 

10,302 



303 



183: 



236< 
442; 



1,229 
265 



Nov., 
1890. 



42 



6,893 



4,640 
32,000 



2,074 



77,266 
398,086 

52,302 

347,044 

302,'42] 

202,928 

980 



9,509 

U.284 

730 

8,806 



12,864 6,165 



28,515 



679 
1,050 



Dec., 
1890. 



235 



5,068 



11,537 
44,683 



21, 019 



240,005 
964,835 
223,982 
581,128 
606,026 
231,051 
1,237 



7,012 

10,024 

2,378 

9,321 

030 



1.455 



39, 014 
1,230 
4,408 



First Pennsylvania 

NinUi Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania 

Twenty-third Pennsylva- 
nia 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Fourth Texas 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virgfiiia 

West Virginia 

First Wisconsin 



14,720 15,267: 31,800 22,414 26,362 33,285 
10,173 14,808 17,298 3,916 4,961i 7,037 



745 

314,651 
94 



38,119 
49 



19,640 



Total, by months ... .3, 754, 922 



362 
211,395 



785 



376 



130 
20,177 



198,688 86,679 



21,039 27,491 



14,685 



2,005, 1,850 
567 



667: 



764 



381,615! 472,706 



42,316 

18, 161 

1,524 

505,024 



53 

15,822! 24,301 



15,982 



I 



1.960,7161 



'7021 \ 



540 



516 



26,2951 52,489 



799 

35,940 

907 



802,603{ 270,975! 666,5111,191,951 



2,114,067 



59,339 

45,496 

1,032 

540,702 



11,734 
90 



3,182 
57,334 



3,729,187 



RBCAPITIILATION BY STATES AND GROUPS OF STATES. 



Alabama, Arkansas, Call- 
fbmia, Ccmnecticut, and 
Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Kentucky 

Maryland, Massachusetts, 
and Minnesota 

Missouri 

Nebraaka, New Hampshire, 
and New Jersey 

New York 

North CaroUna..... 

Ohio and Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina, and Ten* 



Tsxaa, Virginia, West Vir- 
ginia, and Wisoonain ... . 



Totid 



7,544 
16.843 
36.346; 



2,570 

6,908 

23,436; 



3,069,0301.437,453 

214,561 128.704 
10.396, 10,270| 



3.000' 

11.533 

960' 

4U,490, 

64.119 



10.321 



14.202 
7.427 



80,382 
340,289 



3,583 
2,927 



61,688 
Ml, 832 



2,537 
19,540 



38,213, 21.039 
19,689! 20,807 



3,754,922.1.960,716, 



15,555 
243,580 

27,491 

2,707 

802.602 



62,798 

38,969 
327 

8.031 
12,877 



6,155 
113,385 

14,695 

3,417 



270.975 



8,993 

5.689 

523 

51,803 

113,225 
97 

11,636 
17,341 



4,957 

48,821 

2,602 

313,502 

193,639 
12,048 

10,623 
12,864 



889 1,797 
413,605j 513,792 

15.875, 24,301 



26.835 



066,511 



53,005 



1,191,951 



6,935 

36,640 

2,074 

1, 177, U9 

203,908 
0,509 

20,820 
6,165 



30,244 
667,025 

15^962 

37,646 



2,114,067 



6,303 
66,220 
21,019 
2,617.776 

282,288 
7,012 

21,728 
2,385 



46,600 
646,571 

11,734 

60,606 



3,729,137 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



79 



PRODUCTS, BY MONTHS, OF SPIRITS IN WAREHOUSE JUNE 30, 1893— Cont'd. 

Statement, by Months, op Production op Spirits in Warehouse in each 
District of the United States June 30, 1893 — Continued. 



District. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

First California 

Fourth California 

Connecticnt 

€r«orgia 

First Illinois 

Fifth niinois 

Bighth lUinois 

Tmrteenth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Sixth Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

I^hth Kentucky 

Maryland-. 

Third Massachusetts 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire 

Fifth New Jersey 

FirstNew York 

Third New York 

Twenty -eighth New York. 

Fourth North Carolina 

Fifth North Carolina 

First Ohio 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio...i 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania 

Twenty-third Pennsylvania 
Sonth Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Fourth Texas. 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virginia 

WwtVirgmia 

First Wisconsin 



Jan., 
1891. 



202 



12, 736 

1,311 

57, 172 

33,066 



24,576 



284,928 
1,246,698 
265, 492 
489,142 
750, 165 
198, 139 
4,042 



611 



1,036 
3,719 



5,163 



Feb., 
1891. 



176 



23,910 

970 

10, Oil 

32, 112 



23,048 
275 
802,686 
1,289,985 
278,434 
511, 787 
760,976 
178,681 
454 



3,061 



1,684 
12, 678 



7,949 



52.492 
1,410 
1,405 
1,584 



48 

60,893 

4,452 

940 

803 



Mar., 
1891. 



240 
146 



29,683 

1,020 

12, 711 

37,186 



12,230 

437 

362, 199 

1,547,580 

390,062 

643,845 

852, 115 

165,803 

1,675 

4,524 

2,043 

4,049 

3,440 

363 

12,634 



7,963 



41 

75, 172 

4,783 

1,402 

858 



Apr., 
1^1. 



464 



35,507 
2,550 
7,329 

44,159 



60, 742 
45 
346, 367 
1, 528, 647 
403, 810 
762, 741 
860,120 
182, 508 
6,300 
17,061 



16, 482 

. 9, 989 

713 

4,342 



May, 
1891. 



401 



22,605 

2,131 

16,250 

23, 876 



35,799 

87 

124. 753 

1,215,981 

322, 935 

555,856 

511, 203 

184, 316 

7,101 

24,736 



18,787 



4,023 



40 

88,187 

2,412 

75 

2,094 



16, 318 



2,823 



186 
70, 407 

694 
2,501 
1,582 



June, 
1891. 



276 
89 



10,502 

585 

11,683 

1,614 



9,733 



7,609 

341,662 

92,548 

173, 920 

164, 403 

207, 083 

1,761 

18,844 



4,003 



10, 289 
220 



2,283 



355 
77,637 

645 
6,140 
1,130 



, July, 
1891. 



45 
905 



4,395 
540 



2,130 



1,193 

46 

226 

5,529 

34,049 

140,474 

6,578 

3,074 



1,056 



601 



378 
7,067 



45 



Aug., 
1891. 



62 
658 



11,364 
1,090 



138 



1,101 
"234 



17, 527 
5,745 



996 
10,565 



4,471 



360 
5,961 



52, 638 

35,258 

785 

529,300 

92 

77 

14,526 



41, 138 

32, 719 

414 

495,737 



29,820 

45,419 

1,110 

592, 088 



28,983 

39, 888 

516 

595, 830 



20, 358 



46 
28, 787 



42, 128 



32, 062 

43,483 

377 

574,956 

582 

94 

24,404 

53 



30,799 

29,876 

46 

505, 661 

172 



34,165 

37,976 

50 

246,647 

102 



14, 014 
193 



12, 674 



3,028 

56,620 

2,655 



7,617 

50,477 

2,173 



12, 141 
49,960 

1,888 



16,950 

55,061 

452 



9,218 

54,310 

1,316 



6,088 

36,006 

4,025 



2,571 



139 



Total by months 



4, 129, 068 



4,156,646 



4, 935, 513 



5, 166, 315 



3, 902, 183 



1,772,494 



542,643 



32, 517 

2,614 

98 

161,227 

372 



12,923 
"1,045 



261,047 



BECAPITULATION BY STATES AND GKOUPS OF STATES. 



Alabama, Arkansas, Cali- 
fornia, Connecticut, and 
Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Kentncky - 

^ryjuid, Massachusetts, 
aod Minnesota 

Jiaaoori ^ 

Nebraska, New Hampshire, 

-,«nd New Jersey 

Jew York 

Jjorth Carolina 

gMo and Oregon 

JennBylrania 

«^th Carolina and Ten- 
^epaoo 

Texas, Virginia,' WesVvir" 

t SiBla, and Wisoonsin 

Total 



14,249 
90,238 
24,576 
3,036.425 

202,181 
611 

4,755 
5,163 



56,891 
617, 981 

14, 695 

61, 303 



4,129,068 



25,056 
42, 123 
23,323 
3,143,868 

179, 135 
3,061 

14. 362 

7,949 

48 

67,088 

570, 008 

20,358 

60,267 



4, 156, 646 



31. 089 

49, 897 

12, 717 

3, 795, 801 

172,002 
6,092 

16,437 

7,963 

41 

82, 215 

668,437 

28,833 

63,969 



38, 521 

51,488 

60,787 

3,901,685 

205, 866 
16,482 

14,844 

4,023 

40 

92,768 

665,217 

42,128 

72,463 



4,935,513 5,166,315 



25,137 

40, 126 

35,886 

2,730,728 

216, 153 
18, 787 

16,318 

2,823 

186 

75,184 

650,878 

25,080 

64,897 



3,902,183 



11,452 

13,297 

9,733 

780, 142 

227,688 
4,603 

10,289 

2,503 

355 

85,552 

566,382 

14, 186 

46, 312 



1, 772, 494 



5,885 



2,130 
41,043 

150, 126 



1,056 

601 

376 

7,102 

318,838 

12, 776 

2,710 



542,643 



13,164 

138 

1,101 

234 

23,272 



11,550 

4,471 

360 

6,961 

186,456 

13,296 

1,046 



261,047 



\ 



80 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



PRODUCTS, BY MONTHS, OP SPIRITS IN WAREHOUSE JUNE 30, 1893— Cont'd. 

Statemsnt, BY Months op Production, op Spibits in Warehouse in each 
District op the United States June 30, 1893— Continued. 



District. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

First Califoniia 

Fourth California 

Connecticut 

G-eorgia 

First IlUnois 

Fifth lUinois 

Eighth Illinois 

Thirteenth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

> Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

SixthKen tncky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Maryland 

Third Massachusetts 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

ll'ebraska 

New Hampshire 

Fifth New Jersey 

FirstNewYork 

Third New York 

Twenty -eighth New York 
Fourth North Carolina ^ . . 

Fifth North Carolina 

First Ohio 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania. . . - 
Twenty -third Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Fourth Texas 

Second Vir^nia .' 

Sixth Virginia 

West Virginia 

First Wisconsin 



Total by months . . 



Sept., 
1801. 



48 
652 



32,885 



e95 



Oct., 
1891. 



500 



137 



35,192 



13,660 



Nov., 
1891. 



130 



23 

1,372 

3,130 

23.874 



1,700 



09 

70,058 

3,070 



195, 423 

4,358 



520 



058 
75, 370 



01 



480 
11,021 



137 



36,753 

23, 804 

481 

106, 108 

514 

21 

9,935 



1,527 
36, 025 



450,731 



1,858 
8,036 



1,100 
363 
183 

2,066 



516 



36, 172 

46, 731 

756 

405,258 

718 



24,536 

96 

17, 311 

237, 775 

99,183 

38,020 

8,190 

262, 059 

2,610 

90 

48 

1,799 



1891. 



1,494 



2,537 

11,200 

148,472 

5,335 



3,421 
3,375 



982 



231 
36,496 



15, 056 



2,852 
55,935 



1,608 

506 

377 

37, 262 

40, 601 

2,872 

512, 760 

30 



16,102 



8,368 

52, 220 

94 



1,109 
1,737 
144,400 
885,078 
198, 132 
182, 311 
335, 378 
286,921 
6,606 



Jan., 
1802. 



1,183 



36,231 
3,833 
9,576 
1,460 
5,366 



1,845 

45 

031 

90, 157 

3,784 

5,008 

1,078 

3,408 

50,646 

56,443 

3,415 

608,646 

771 

06 

40,679 

. 23 



13,267 

34,373 

5,071 



1, 

7, 

63, 



19, 

294, 
1,126, 
211, 
430, 
543, 
253, 

11, 
2, 
1, 
2, 
2, 
2, 

10, 



95 
336 
743 

143 
87 
480 
Oil 
274 
237 
610 
268 
050 
482 
272 
981 
172 
184 
687 
014 
424 
232 



2,543 

714 

1,930 

89,228 

4,644 

20,267 

2,340 

1,704 

53, 768 

55, 511 

1,775 

522,288 

1,021 

46 

25,479 

10 



12,052 
20,651 



Feb., 
1892. 



919 
469 



1,323 

67,470 

11,347 

352 



38,571 



1. 



350, 711 

606, 301 

330,250 

677, 495 

706, 014 

229,005 

4,355 

88 

337 

3,403 

2,680 

015 

23, 708 

43 



2,078 

174 

1,000 

121, 213 

4,446 

17, 827 

4,015 



Mar., 
1892. 



97 

2,402 

719 

294 



1. 
42, 
49, 

1, 

58, 



085 
561 
889 
065 
94 
763 



446, 
2,229, 
516, 
886, 
936, 
272, 
19. 



026 
057 
109 
653 
693 
946 
369 



31, 
», 

13, 
2. 

31, 



927 
573 
169 
761 
184 



45, 887 

48,556 

1,884 

514, 790 

737 

234 

41,366 

90 



14, 103 

28,311 

1,899 



6,249 

550 

1,647 

169, 214 

4,832 

11,588 

3,390 

3,511 

64,808 

33, 918 

4,794 

686. 578 

84 

504 

64,118 



Apr.. 
1892. 



88 

4,168 

863 

1,834 



778 

7,741 

60,821 

7,170 

1,795 

49,686 

1,414 

365, 232 

, 149, 805 

540,871 

934,692 

969, 787 

303, 460 

19,360 

91 

24,930 

18,783 

11,833 

3,740 

26,391 



16, 076 

20,928 

6,414 



180 

8,957 

1,348 

1,950 

152,310 

3,887 

23,089 

3,818 

5,953 

58,173 

33,029 

4,710 

720, 149 

686 

576 

56,155 

232 



17,120 

29,591 

7,898 



830, 0891, 446, 651 3, 187, 852 3, 811, 835 5, 016, 066!6. 660. 629 6, 634, 153 



RECAPITULATION BY STATES AND GROUPS OF STATES. 



Alabama, Arkansas, Cali- 
fornia, Connecticut, and 
Georgia, j 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Kentucky 

Maryland, Massachusetts, 
and Minnesota 

Missouri 

Nebraska, New Hampshire, 
and New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio^nd Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina and Ten- 



nessee 

Texas, Virginia, West Vir- 
ginia, ana Wisconsin . . . 



Total 



700 
32,885 




16, 328 

01 

480 

11, 158' 

257, 236, 

10, 47o| 

37, 552 



736 

35, 192 

13, 66U 

1,700 

100, 781 
520 

0,804 

1,100 

546 

3,482 

488,017 

15, 774 

58, 787 



450,731 830,089 



1,526 

27,004 

24,632 

400,470 

264,759 
1,847 

6,796 

982 

231 

38,987 

602, 495 

16, 132 

60,682 



1, 446, 651 



4,031 
165,007 
2,846 



2,614 
71,453 
20, 185 



1, 746, 109 2, 606, 647 



293, 527 
40,064 

16,402 

1,845 

976 

103, 525 

719,150 

41,546 

52, 734 



267,425 
3,871 

14, 670 

2,543 

2,644 

118, 282 

633,342 

26,546 

42,613 



3, 187, 862,3, 811, 836 



2,711 

. 79,169 

38,571 

3,770,671 


4,507 

03,600 

58, 763 

5,014,538 


243,448 
3,740 


292, 315 
41,500 


27, 303 

3,021 

2,074 

147, 501 

611.117 


47,104 

6,249 

2,197 

192, 535 

790, 008 


42,337 


64,706 

1 


44, 403 


52, 418 


6, 016, 066 


6,660,629 



7,731 
77,527 
50,100 
4,960,387 

322.920 
43,713 

41,964 

9,137 

3,298 

189, 057 

816,061 

67,417 

54.841 

6,634,153 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



81 



PRODUCTS, BY MONTHS, OF SPIRITS IN WAREHOUSE JUNE 30, 1893— Cont'd. 

Statbmbnt, by Months of Production, op Spirits in Warehouse in each 
District op the United States June 30, 1893 — Contiuued. 



District. 



AlalMona 

Arkansas 

First CaUfomia 

Fourth California 

Ck>imecticat 

Georgia '. 

First Illinois 

Fifth Illinois 

Siehth Illinois 

T&teenth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Sixth Kentucky.... 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Maryland 

Third Massachusetts 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

Kehras^ 

Kew j3ampshire 

Fifth New Jersey 

FirstNew York 

Third New York 

Twenty-eighth New York. 
Fourth North Carolina*. . . . 

Fifth North Carolina 

First Ohio 

Tenth Ohio 

Heventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

Sinth Pennsylvania^ 

Twelfth Pennsylvania 

Twenl^-third Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Fourth Texas 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virginia 

West Virginia -... 

Knt Wisconsin 



2, 



Total by months . . . 



Ma 

189i 



2. 



362 
3,898 



436 

3,401 

2,119 

6,535 

91, 236 

89, 713 

93 

88,507 

2,877 

329, 332 

164,400,1, 

587, 188! 

800, 890 

952, 022 

316, 546 

25, 470 

2,951 

35,654 

16, 574 



June, 
1892. 



267 
3,062 



1,846 

1,334 

38,360 

23,513 



1,624 
20,263 



11, 761 

920 

2,250 

144,134 



8,411 

2,027 

2,734 

56,996 

34, 878 

7,082 

681,039 

469 

1,078 

65,367 

185 



19,434 

29,947 

5,827 



6, 597, 230 



192, 756 
63,548 
120, 571 
163, 242 
410,517 
489, 219 
528,239 
209, 080 
24,599 



July, 
1892. 



126 
1,790 



230 
926 



33,512 
90 



1,944 
10,694 



26,334 



3,258 

10,290 

1,014 

2,240 

62,802 



19,042 

5,503 

25,298 

439,509 

7,172 

68,822 

53,834 

36, 934 

21, 876 



753 
1,667 

87 



29, 120 



14,180 

1,998 

1,263 

40,494 

22, 931 

3,499 

556, 512 

512 

623 

42,422 



9,962 

2?, 263 

3,882 



4, 024, 330 



13,743 
1,076 
2,334 

33,909 



Aug., 
1892. 



109 
2,056 



1,550 
746 



22,378 



503 

14,409 

9,967 

1,413 

79.834 

34,*9i4 

16,972 

382 

8,319 



463 
47 



34,953 



5,168 

605 

1,269 

4,040 



148 

6,311 

969 

35, 892 

14,877 

3,530 

245, 101 

227 

872 

21, 327 



3,156 



2,462 



1,132,225 



46 

4,067 

449 

38,323 

4,230 

3,473 

76,505 

46 

834 

13,454 



1,778 



383, 302 



Sept., 
1892. 



1,510 



469 



17,020 



2,972 

11,411 

5,711 

1,764 

70, 707 

221 



12, 461 
70,649 
16,462 



2,424 

388 



35, 712 

5,744 

2,359 

3,589 

502 

784 

12,870 



3,486 

2.375 

94 

39.330 

7,575 

3,451 

482,541 

186 

880 

16,756 



1,917 

30,724 

142 



865,186 



Oct., 
1892. 



2,523 
1,763 



1,548 
23,903 
41,494 



21, 745 



15, 700 

264, 131 

108, 575 

44,557 

88,695 

251,064 

14,265 

12, 926 

32,3U0 

1,072 



4,346 
820 



5,029 

186 

965 

28,260 



3,231 
4,224 



43,783 

17, 302 

5,375 

717,3^ 

406 

832 

24,694 

276 



4,723 

54,969 

3,031 



1,846,055 



Nov., 
1892. 



3,407 
1,427 



367 

641 

162, 719 

190,229 

76,287 



35,992 

11,509 

44, 125 

796,482 

342,647 

202,496 

421, 270 

324, 978 

23,305 

10,748 

130,911 

2,034 

34, 051 

2,120 

5,045 

4,245 



Dec., 

1892. 



283 

5,263 

678 



1,003 

1.890 

279, 646 

1,059,121 

650,581 



9,535 

383 

1,385 

157,074 



3,209 

4,546 

762 

57, 982 

21, 722 

5,478 

804,771 

302 

1,008 

62, 981 

26 



9,354 

42, 714 

5,526 



4. 015, 793 



84.396 
114, 992 
175. 204 
2, ,358, 217 
586,166 
659, 983 
848,964 
344, 489 
64,892 
79,853 
266,483 
5,419 
5,753 
553 
7.416 
12, 772 



7,101 

1,141 

2,789 

394,772 



16^687 

8,825 

4,018 

65,864 

37,253 

8,237 

871, 982 

619 

551 

59, 335 

163 



13,509 

44,865 

6,973 



9, 158, 701 



EECAPITULATION BY STATES AND GROUPS OF STATES. 



Alabama, Arkansas, Cali- 
fornia. Connecticut, and 

,„?«<»f«ia 

lUinoiB 

Indiana 

Kentacky 

^^land, Massachusetts, 

>Qd Minnesota 

MlBaoari 

Nevada, New Hampshire, 

wd New Jersey 

Jew York 

North Carolina 

Ohio and Oregon 

Jennaylvania 

South Carolina and Ten- 

^waee . . .... ... 

Texas, Virginia, West Vir- 

Sinia, and Wisconsin 



10, 216 

168,177 

91,384 



5,175 

63,207 

166, 304 



4,833,8322,711,788 



844,967 
52,228 

21,887 

11,761 

3,170 

157, 306 

779,995 

66,914 

55,393 



Total .....6,697,230 

H. Ex. 4 — ^ 



233, 679 
12,638 

26,334 

13,548 

3,254 

80,303 

623,436 

43,557 

41, 107 



3,072 

33,602 

24,545 

594,635 

58,810 
2,420 

29,207 

13, 743 

3,410 

41, 337 

299,400 

22,426 

5,618 



4,024,3301,132,225 



4,461 

22,881 

24,376 

133, 133 

8,701 
510 

34,953 

5,168 

1,874 

8,602 

122,531 

14,334 

1,778 



383, 302 



1,979 
19,992 
17,122 
85,153 

87, 111 
2,812 

35,712 

11,692 

1,286 

18,825 

532, 897 

17,832 

32, 783 



865, 186 



5,834 

65,397 

21, 746 

521, 658 

278,255 
33, 372 

4,346 

5,849 

1,151 

35, 715 

783, 802 

25,932 

62,999 



1,846,055 



5,842 
429,235 
47,501 
1, 807, 020 

359, 031 
132,945 

41, 216 

13, 780 

1,768 

165, 591 

889,953 

64,291 

67, 620 



4,015,793 



9,117 
1,989,348 
199,388 
4,628,534 

489, 234 
271,902 

13,722 

19, 873 

3,930 

424, 302 

983, 336 

60,505 

65,510 



9,168,701 



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82 ANNUAL BEPOET OP THE 

PEODUCTS, BY MONTHS, OF SPIRITS IN WAHEHOUSE JUNE 30, 1893— Cont'd. 



DtaWot- 


Ju.,i«e. F<ib.,ian 


MK.,i8»e. 


4,pr..l»W, 


Bi.r.l»*..J™e.l«« 




»t i«™ 


•i '-i 


iM 


ll.'l2< 
3.006 






as 


i'^' 










4.33» 


■1:2 
11 


5.486 
14,711 

145.88: 

b;02: 

*ii 

'36o:6o: 


is 


J:S 

50.661 

338:64: 

89:73; 








876,302 55,358 

l,m.730 168,174 

856,847 287; 774 






4.392,460 
2.564,210 






109,619 66,227i 100,519 
885,615 129,964! 22 508 
412,019 440,368 666,586 
2.810,678 2,996,542 3,216,256 
744.752 738,5101 82§, 032 
»9,aK7 628,180' 1.044,747 
989.962 090,988 1,126.262 
370.723 363.662 392,641 
82.250 64.039, 79,466 


■■ss 

7,236,378 








3,180,482, 1.119,928 








8321971; mi.3W{ 16.821,959 








^SSSi^iohi^iiii::::::: 


100;24! 

1 
11 

12,868 


\t\-m ^^ 




246.24*! M.8M: ■tf.MJi 13,^ 


18,731 
12,55; 

•'■IS 

5*812 

128,288 


;^:i:ii 

128)748 






152,65 

Ilisil 
5,840 


154. Ms' 22, 8M 


1:S 

4,189 

AS 

11,11! 

61.41( 
04.282 

II 

ass 

24:«. 






iS 


Mis 






14; 401 


3 

2^87; 

11 
11 


Twenty eighth Kew York.. 
Fourth North Carotlua. .. . 
Fifth North Cwolln* 


3.858 

8.120 

6,406 

418,416 








17,690 

II 

1.284 

51,070 

965 


10,320 

9;e8- 

6.BM 

7i;03i 
1.008 


20,078 

Jl 

87;mii 






*S;«7 

1,687,759 

1,266,631 

106:789 

82,846 

1 ,^'S! 


FiSPem-ylTKU. 

Twelfth Peiiiiwlv.iii 

Twen^-thirS PennsylvMiU 


68,711 

8:562 
806,869 

2,756 

4; 064 
113,011 

2,19 

80,988 
U,255 












.s 

28,810 
26,878 






13.84! 


U.BO( 
2$; 367 


37,«6< 


1^^ 






198:417 




Total hy month! 


'"'•■"' 


9,,..04y,538,.„ 


.,,.,, „.| .,..,,.., 


4.631.088 


147, 894, 694 



BBCAPTTULATION BT STiTIS AMD QBOUPS OF STATBS. 



Alabama, Arkknua. Cftll- 
fbruia, Conneodcot, and 

niiSSrf. ::::::; :■.:"::"!" 

Indiana 

Kentnoky 

Uaryland. MnaaachDHtta. 

and HinaeaoM 

MlMonri 

Nebraska. New Bampshira, 

and Kew Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio and Oregon 

Pmusylvanitt 

Sontb Carolina and Ten- 

Tbim, v'irglEli Wmi'tIt-" 
glnla. and Wiwionain 

ToUl 



9.198 

9. 625 

4i6,356 



43,083 46.806 



3,7U.17« 8,813.811 



33,807 
483,873 
229,552 

443.878 

12.978 

103; 3 
066,486 



'379; S56 
347. 168 



COMMISSIONEB OF INTERNAL BEYENUE. 



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OOMMISSIONEB OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



85 



DECREASED PRODUCTION OF SPIRITS. 

The quantity of spirits (89,205,492 gallons) produced and deposited 
in distiUery warehouses during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, is 
less than the production (128,651,782 gallons) of the year 1893 by 
39,446,290 gallons. The difference is distributed among the different 
kinds as known to the trade as follows: 

Deorease in the prodnction of— OaUons. 

Bonrbon whisky 25,317,524 

Rye whisky 6^675,696 

Alcohol 1,680,310 

Rum 242,170 

Gin 136,513 

High wines 322,703 

Pure, neutral, or cologne spirits 2, 199,937 

Miscellaneous 2,871,437 

Total decrease , 39,446,290 

Statement op Distilled Spirits Deposited in Bonded Warehouses during 

THE past Seventeen Years. 



Fiscal year ended June 80— 



XgIS 

J«79 

XS80 

1«81 

1C85 
Xfi86 

e 
» 

)1 



Spirits *waTeboased. 



Fruit 
brandy. 



OaUons. 

178,644 

60,340 

129,086 

240,124 

381,825 

223, 977 

200, 732 

312, 107 

320,670 

673, 610 

864,704 

' 052,358 

1, 137, 649 

1,223,725 

2,044,893 

1,250,276 

1, 330, 280 



Bourbon 
whisky. 



OaUons. 

6,405,520 

8,587,081 

15,414,148 

33, 632, 615 

29,575,667 

8, 662, 245 

8, 896, 832 

12, 277, 750 

19,318,819 

n, 015, 034 

7,463,609 

21,960,784 

32,474,784 

29,931,415 

29,017,797 

40,835,873 

15,518,349 



Rye wbisky. 



OaUons, 

2, 834, 110 

4,001,048 

6,341,991 

0,931,609 

0,224,777 

4, 784, 654 

5,080,958 

6,328.043 

7,842,540 

7, 313, 640 

5,879,690 

8, 749, 768 

13, 355, 577 

14, 345, 380 

13,436,827 

16,702,240 

10,026,544 



Alcohol. 



OaUons. 

10.277,725 

10, 594, 283 

21, 631, 009 

22,988,969 

15,201,671 

10,718,706 

12,385,229 

13,436,916 

11,247,877 

10,337,035 

11,075,639 

10, 930, 135 

11,354,448 

12, 200, 821 

14,490,987 

12, 250, 380 

10,570,070 



Bum. 



OaUons. 
1,603,876 
2,243,455 
2, 439, 301 
2. 118, 506 
1,704,084 
1,801,060 
1,711,158 
2, 081, 166 
1, 799, 952 
1,857,223 
1, 891, 246 
1,471,054 
1, 657, 808 
1, 784, 312 
1, 956, 318 
2, 106, 765 
1,864,596 





Spirits warehoused. 


IPiMalyear ended June 30— 


Gin. 


High wines. 


"Pure, neutral, 

or oolo^e 

spirits. 


Miscella- 
neous. 


Total. 


1878 


OaUons. 

364,963 

872,776 

394,668 

540,506 

560,134 

545,768 

641.724 

630,461 

056,607 

747, 025 

872,990 

1, 029, 968 

1, 202, 940 

1,293,874 

1,338,617 

1,424,490 

1,287,977 


OaUons. 

19, 412, 985 

18,033,652 

15,210,389 

14.363,581 

10, 962, 370 

8,701,951 

6, 745, 688 

3,235,889 

2,396,218 

2,410,923 

1,016,436 

1,029,495 

555, 572 

1,007,070 

633,590 

449, 209 

126,506 


OaUons. 

11, l08, 023 

13,450.486 

20, 657, 075 

23,556,608 

27,871,293 

28,295,253 

28,538,680 

27, 104, 382 

26,538,581 

27, 066, 219 

29,475,913 

30, 439, 354 

34,022,619 

85, 356, 126 

37,690,335 

37,577,052 

35,377,115 


OaUons. 
4, 096, 342 
5,600,840 
8. 265, 789 
10,586,666 
10,744,156 
10,502,771 
11,426,470 
10,811,757 
10,543,756 
11,084,500 
12, 603, 883 
13, 738, 952 
14, 652, 180 
19, 983, 382 
16, 204, 570 
17,305,773 
14,434,336 


Odttons. 
56.281 507 


xarw 


71. 061. 061 


T««0 


00,484,356 

117, 968, 274 

106,234,986 

74,237,285 

75.636,471 

75,227,560 

80,674,050 

78, 505, 209 

71, 144, 110 

00.310,868 

110, 413, 577 

117. 186, 114 

116.813,9:^ 

129,902,058 

90,535,781 


"UWl.... 


1882 ;'.""ir':":;i..!;;; 


1883 


1884 


1885.... 


1886... 


1887.. 


1888.. 


1888...: 


1880... 


1881... 


1882... 


- M83....:: 


1884...; 


.-«_ 



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86 



ANNUAL REPORT QF THE 



Table showittg th« Serial Number, Name or Names of the Distiller, and 
Location of each Distillery Warehouse in the United States in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit in the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. 

[Note In column No. 2 the letters indicate tranaafCtions during the fiscal year as follows: "D" 

indicates that spirits were deposited in the warehouse ; " T " that they were withdrawn upon payment 
of the tax ; ** S that they were withdrawn for scientific purposes or for the use of the United States ; 
**£" that they were withdrawn for exitort ; " M " that they were withdrawn for transfer to manufac- 
turing warehouses, and *' W* that spirits remained in the warehouse at the close of the year. The 
name and address stated in columns 1, 4, and 5 are those given by the storekeeper in his reports relative 
to the distillwy warehouse. In column 6 the section of the State in which the warehouse is located is 
indicated by the letters used to designate points of the compass, except that the letter C indicates the 

central portion of the State.] 

* 

ALABAMA. 



Name of distiller. 



J. B. Coleman %.. 

Kilgore,Howell& Wheeler. 

Smdley &. Wheeler 

D.H.Zorn & Co 

Marion W.Barber 

John H. Maxwell 

James A. Smith 

James A. McMinn 

Thomas M . Parker 

S.B. Inglis 

John H. Brown: 

J. T7.M. Barnes 

Barnes ic Pugh 

Jefil D. Edmondson 

Gridlev & Coffee 

P.H.Autrey 

Taylor Presley 

Edmondson &Hipp 

H.I).Mc6raw 

F.Gr.Cooley 

J.W.Pugh 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



16 
20 
21 
23 
25 
26 
27 
28 
28 
29 
30 
31 
31 
32 
34 
35 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



T. 

T. 

T, 

D. 

W 

D. 
T. 

D, 

D, 
D, 
D. 
D, 
D, 

D, 
D, 

D. 
D, 
D, 
D, 



W 
T. 



T. 



W. 

w! 



T, 
T. 
T, 
T, 
T. 
T 
T 
T 
T 
T, 
T, 
T, 
T. 
T, 



W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 



W. 
W. 

w. 
w. 
w. 



District. 



Alabama 
...do.... 
....do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do-... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
....do.... 
...do.... 
...do...- 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 



Post-office or 
town. 



Riverside... 
Pise^ 

Zomvllle 

Ruth 

Jacksonville. 

Yancey 

Cullman 

...do 

Kjles 

Birmingham . 

MatUda 

...do 



Oleander 

Hokes Bluff 

Slate 

Lacon 

Oleander 

Opelika 

Daviston . . . 
Dadeville.... 



County. 



5 



St. Clair ... 
Jackson ... 

...do 

Henry 

Marshall . . 
Calhoun . . . 

Etowah 

Cullman . . . 

...do 

Jackson . . . 
Jefferson .. 
Tallapoosa 

do 

Marshall .. 

Etowah 

St. Clair ... 

Morgan 

Marshall. . . 

Lee 

Tallapoosa. 
do 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



N. 
N.E. 
N.B. 

S.E. 

N. 
N.E. 
N.E. 

N. 

N. 
N.E. 

C. 

E. 

E. 

N. 
N.E. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

E. 

E. 

E. 



ARKANSAS. 



Collie & Williamson . . 

H.C.Ward 

H.C.Ward&Co 

James M. Hogue 

Downey &> Hogue 

Alex. M. Johnson 

Johnson & Webb 

Rogers 8c Davis 

McCartney & Bridges 

Joseph Means 

M. Ambers 

J. S. Crawford & Co . . 

S.L.Eidsen 

Watkins & Evans 

Hammond & Bell 

W.F.Bishop 

Bishop & Grler 

Cloninger & Collins . . 

Cloninger &, Piatt 

Linilsey & Ottenfoaker 
Cato & Richardson — 

J.H.Cato 

Ingram & Ward 

J. A. Luster & Bro 

Cowan & Derrick 

D.P.Hulen 

Benent Bros. & Co 

John Baughman 

W.B.Cotton 

Little & Taylor 

A. C. Higgenbottom . . 

R.F.Platt 

I.Feeback 

S.L.Guthrte 

J.S. Roberts 

MoBride Sl Arnold ... 



2 

5 

6 

7 

7 

8 

8 



10 

11 

15 

17 

18 

18 

19 

20 

20 

31 

21 

26 

27 

27 

29 

30 

32 

32 

33 

36 

54 

55 

72 

88 

91 

99 

99 

100 



T. 

T 

D. 

D, 

T 

T 

D, 

D, 

T, 

D. 

T 

D. 

T, 

D. 

T, 

T. 

D, 

T. 

I>. 
T, 
D, 
D, 

5' 
D. 

T. 

D, 

D. 

T, 

T, 

T. 

D, 

D, 

T, 

T, 

D, 

T, 



W. 



T.W. 
T.... 



T,W. 
T 



T, V. 



T.... 
W ... 
T,W. 
W ... 



T,W. 



T,W. 
W . 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T, W. 
T,W. 



T.W. 
T.W. 
W... 
w ... 



T,W. 
T.W. 
W ... 
W ... 
T,W. 
W ... 



Arkansas. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

do 

do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



Anderson 

Social Hill 

....do 

Malvern 

...do 

Drakes Creek... 

Wesley 

Marble 

Rufns 

Spring Valley.., 

Wasfiita 

Forest City 

Springdale 

do 

LeadHiU 

Reyno 

....do 

Potts Stotion.... 

...do 

Greenway 

Farmington 

...do... 

Ingram 

BateavUle 

Osage Mills 

...do 

Mulberry , 

Pedio 

Dardanelle 

E^ger 

Wilhford 

Gallatin 

Francis 

Franklin 

...do 

Marshall 



Jzard 

Hot Springs. 

do 

....do 

...-do 

Madison 

....do 

....do 

Jackson 

Washington. 
Montgomery. 
St Francis^.. 
Washington . 

....do 

Boone 

Randolph 

.. do 

Pope 

Ci'ay. !"."".!!! 
Washington . 

....do 

Randolph 

Iiidependence 

Benton 

....do 

Franklin.... 

Boone 

Yell 

Polk 

Sharp 

Benton 

Boone 

Izard 

....do 

Searoy 



N. 
C. 
C. 

c. 
c. 

NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NE. 
NW. 

W. 

E. 

NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NE. 
NE. 
NW. 
NW. 
NE. 
NW. 
NW. 
N.E. 

N. 

NW, 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

W. 

w. 

N. 
NW. 

NW. 
K. 
N. 
N. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



87 



Nambs of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

ABEANSAS->Centmned. 



Name of distiller. 



Wilkes AHarrell 

BailejjT & Co 

Martin & Peao6 

Covey ScCo 

McGarrah & Co 

McGarrah &, Co. (newflrm) 

It.W.£amlieart 

ICCBristow 

Thornton Bros 

Gardner, Mason & Co 

PinnBros 

J.M.Finn 

Magness & Wilson 

W.D. Cochran 

Nashville Dist. Co 

D.W.Henry 

J. A.Mahan 

J.T.Seitz 

Wehnnt & Bell 

W.H.Tamey 

J.M.Hawkins 

A. S. Johnson 

Fuller & Hall 

Fuller dt Catlette 

Crawford Bros 

Grieen & Jefferson 

John Gray 

A. Y. Featherstone 

Stone, Dodd&Co 

Williams &Co 

Payne &Co 

Smyer & Co 

Jordan &Co 

Tapp&Wigner 

Sparks & Parker 

D.R.Ford 

r. P. Southard 

W.B. Haines 

T.M. Heg«&Co 

J.G.Pearson 

B.F;Bigger&Co 

w. w. Sherman 

Bivens &, Coppinger 



Di8till«7 number 
and transaction. 



114 

114 

114 

118 

119 

119 

120 

126 

180 

130 

131 

131 

154 

155 

158 

158 

160 

162 

166 

167 

169 

170 

173 

173 

178 

182 

183 

183 

185 

185- 

186 

188 

190 

197 

199 

200 

201 

202 

203 

204 

205 

206 

207 



T 

T,W 

D,T,W... 
D,T, W... 

T 

D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 

D,T 

D,T,W... 

T 

D,T,W... 

T,W 

D,T,W... 

T 

D.T.W.i. 

T... 

D,T,W... 

T.W 

T. ......... 

T 

T 

T 

D,T,W... 

D,T 

T 

D,T 

D,T,W... 

T,W 

W 

T 

D.T.W... 
I),T,W... 

T 

T 

T,W 

D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 

D,W 

D,T,W... 

D,T,W..., 

D,T,W..., 



District. 



Arkansas 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do..... 

do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do....: 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do..*... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do ..... 



Post-office or 
town. 



Hindsville 

....do 

....do 

Nebo 

Silver Springs . . . 
. .. .do ............ 

Bat«sville 

Smith ville 

Hot Springs 

— do 

Mundell 

...do 

Newark 

Evening Shade . . 

Nashviue 

...do 

Green Forest 

Osage 

Black Springs . . . 
Mount Hersey... 

Hunts ville 

Boone 

Elmore 

....do 

St. Paul 

B^ntonville 

Valley Springs... 

do 

Viola 

....do 

St. Joe 

Whitener 

St. Paul 

Winslow 

Jasper 

Loyal 

Cushman 

Palarm 

Marcella 

Money 

Reyno 

Laurel 

St. Paul 



Gonnty. 



Madison.... 

...do 

....do 

Benton 

....do 

. do 

Independ^iee 
Lawrence... 

Garland 

....do 

Carroll 

do ... 



Independence 

Sharp 

Howard 

....do 

Carroll 

....do 

Montgomery. 

Newton 

Madison 

Boone 

Hot Springs . 
do 

Madison ...... 

Benton 

Boone 

....do 

Fulton 

....do 

Searcy 

Madison 

....do 

Washington . 

Newton 

Sharpe 

Independence 

Pulaski 

Stone 

Logan 

Randolph... 

Pope 

Madison.... 



Sec 
tion of 
Stote. 



NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 
NE. 

C. 

C. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 

N. 

SW. 

SW. 

NW. 

NW. 

W. 
NlJt. 
NW. 
NW. 

C. 

C. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 

N. 

a 

N. 

W. 
NE. 
NW. 
NW. 



CALIFOENIA. 



GoJdenGateDist. Co 

Ulifornia Dist. Co 

Maeon Malt Whisky Dist. 
Co. 



1 

3 

125 



D, T, W, E . 
D,T,W,E. 
T,W 



First .. 
...do.. 
Fourth 



San Francisco 

Antioch 

Sausalito 



San Francisco 
Contra Costa. 
Marin ....... 



W. 
W. 

w. 



COLORADO. 



■^ A. Curtis. 



D|X, VT .... 



Colorado... 



Beulah. 



Peublo 



S. 



CONNECTICUT. 



Hwace Barber 

5JW Colony Dist. Co.... 
™aei8GowdyDist.Co 



1 
2 
8 



D,T,W. 
T, W.... 
D,T,W. 



Connecticut 



Warehouse Point 

New Haven 

Melrose 



Hartford ... 
New Haven. 
Hartford ... 



S. 

N. 



88 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held oiir Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

6E0BGIA. 



Name of distiller. 



Cobb Springs Distilling Co. 

Swords & Walton 

L.F.B. Swords 

George W. Cnreton 

W.ELFord 

J.T. Elrod 

H.H.Harrison 

J.C.Morgan 

John N. Moore 

H. Karwioh 

J.H. Matthews 

E.Woftbrd 

G.W.Chamlee 

G.W.Kutledge 

J. R. Clemmens 

Z.R.BeU 

J.C.Jett 

C. C. &. L. J. Groodwin. ., — 

RW.Bagby 

Bagby& Spear 

H. C. Cumming 

J. N. Ridgeway 

J.M.Smith 

Davis &. Hallmark 

.W^Jones 

Camp &. Holland 

Sam Bullock 

Stone Moontain Dist. <Jo. . . 

N. P. Muse 

Cole, Hont&Co 

F.M. Glover 

Berryhill & Steele 

H.L.Donaldson 

D.J.MoDonald 

M. F.Davis 



J.H.Gaston 

J< M. Moore 

C. S. Fincannon 

John A. Fowler 

J.C.Barr 

D.D.Mitchell 

W.H.Braswell 

T. A. Middlebrook 

H. C.Evans 

Sam Smith 

Mountain Spring Dist. Co. 

J-RGilUam 

W.T.Lawson ..., 

M. Barksdale 

Basil Hoke 



W.H. Davis 

John B. Sword 

W.H.Hartnett 

W.J.Dntton 

J. L. Young 

C.J.Alford 

J.W.Craven , 

H. G. Hardlson 

P. Williamson 

J.B.Mulkey 

P.Tomlin 

C. T.Beit & Co 

A. M. Lvon 

P. R, Smith 

Etheridge & Bailey.. 

Bryson & Bailey 

Joseph Bailey , 

J. W. Hollingsworth. 

Davis & Coffee 

T.H. Wofford 

K.D.White 



Distillery nnmber 
and transaction. 



1 

2 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

19 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

29 

30 

31 

31 

33 

34 

35 
87 

38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 

52 
53 
54 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
6^) 
64 
65 
66 
67 
67 



D, 
D, 
D. 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D. 
T. 
D, 
D. 
D. 
D. 
D, 
D, 
D. 
D, 
D. 
D. 
D, 
D. 
D, 
D. 
T, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
T. 
T. 
D, 
D. 
D, 

D, 
T, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D. 
T. 
D, 
T, 
D, 
T, 
T, 



T.... 
T.... 
T,W 
T.W 
T.W 
T, W 
T,W 
T,W 



T,W 

T.W 

T,W 

T,W 

T.... 

T,W 

T,W 

T,W 

T.W 

T.... 

T,W 

T,W 

T,W 

T.W 

W ... 

T,W. 

T.W. 

T,W. 

T,W. 

T.... 

T.... 



T.... 
T.... 
T.W. 

T.W. 
W ... 
T.W. 
T.W. 
T.... 
T.W. 
T,W, 
T,W. 
T.... 



T, 

D, 

D, 

T 

T, 

T. 

D, 

D, 

D, 

T, 

D. 

D. 

T. 

D, 

D, 

D, 

67 i D. 

68 I D, 

69 I D, 

69 I D, 

70 ! D, 



T.W. 

T.w! 
wV.'. 

w ... 
T.W. 
T.W. 



W 



T.W. 
T.W. 
T.... 
W ... 
T,W. 
T.W, 



T.... 
T.... 
T.... 
T.W. 
T.W. 
T.... 
T.W. 
T.W. 



District. 



Georgia. 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
— do ... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do. 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Greensboro 

Logan ville 

...lo 

Rising Fawn 

Logan ville 

Hickory Flat 

Sharpsburg 

Senoia 

Canton 

Atlanta 

Athens 

Jasper 

Canton 

Centerville 

Summerville 

Roopville 

Duluth 

Summerville 

Covington 

....do? 

Orchard Hill 

High Shoals 

Chipley^ 

Roopville 

Eogansville 

County Line 

Bulloch ville 

Marietta 

Bremen 

— do- 

Franklin 

Chauncey 

— do 

Statham 

White Sulphur 

Springs. 

Greeneville 

Moores Mills 

Newnan 

Athens .' 

Loftin 

Juliette 

Loganville 

Toland 

Luthers ville 

Thomaston 

Gilmore 

Blue Ridge 

Laredo 

Juniper 

High Shoals. 

Ala.. Distillery. 

Hawkinsville 

Madison 

Neal 

Duluth 

Lagrange 

Bowdon 

Roopsville 

Byron 

Butler 

Texas 

Newman 

Hemdon 

Tobler 

Jug Tavern 

Buford 

....do 

....do 

Lowell : 

Statham 

...do 

Augusta 



County. 



5 



Greene 

Walton 

...do 

Dade 

Walton 

Cherokee 

Coweta 

...do 

Cherokee 

Fulton 

Clarke 

Pickens 

Cherokee 

Gwinnett 

Chattooga . . . 

Carroll 

Gwinnett 

Chattooga... 

Newton 

...do 

Spalding 

Oconee 

Harris 

Carroll 

Troup 

Carroll 

Meriwether.. 

Cobb 

Haralson 

...do 

Heard 

Dodge ....... 

— do 

Jackson 

Meriwether.. 



...do 

Cherokee . . . 

Coweta 

Clarke 

Heard 

Monroe 

Walton...... 

Jasi^er 

Meriwether. 

Upson 

Cobb 

Fannin 

Cherokee . . . 

Marion 

Heard, Ga*. 



PulaskL.... 

Morgan 

Pike 

Gwinnett. . . 

Troupe 

Carroll 

....do 

Houston — 

Taylor 

Heard 

Corveta 

Burke 

Upson 

Walton 

Gwinnett. . . 

...do 

...do 

Carroll 

Jackson — 

....do 

Richmond . . 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



E. 

N. 

N. 
NW. 

N. 

N. 

W. 

W. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

N. 
NW. 

W. 

N. 
NW. 

E. 

E. 

W. 

N. 

W. 

w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

w. 
w. 
w. 
c. 
c. 

N. 

w. 
w. 

N. 

w. 

N. 
W. 

c. 

N. 
C. 

w. 
w. 

N. 

N. 
N. 
K. 
W. 

C. 

c. 
w. 

N. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

c. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

E. 
W. 

N. 
K. 
N. 
N. 
C. 
N. 
N. 
E 



*Hlgb Shoals, Randolph ooun^, Ala.; distillery in Heard county, Ga. 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



89 



Names of Distillers and Location op Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

GEORGIA— Continaed. 



Name of distiller. 



RRDaniel 

J. M. Daniel 

J.F.Greer 

J.A.Whaley 

Johns. Smith 

J. W. Griffin ......... 

JohnW. Crider 

Jarrard & Davenport. 

£086 Liqnor Co 

J. T. Eagsdale 

fi.M. Leverett 

S. A. King 

J. M. Swords & Co ... 

Do 

J. M. Swords 

W.P. Arwood 

John Cross 

J.W. Anderson 

J-W. Birdsone 

H.W. Cook.r. 

J. A. Farriba 

L. Cohen & Co 

G.B. Brown 

G.W. Aycock, jr 

John M. James 

Z. Proctor 

O.E. Carter 

W.A. Weatherby.... 

Julins Pickett 

D. W.Wilson 

C. H.Branan 

H. D. Thomason & Co 
A. J. Lovelady & Co . 

J.F. Lindsay 

A.W.Carmicliael.... 

A. Ullman 

A. Jacobs 

W.T. Dawson 

6«orge W. Swords ... 

Jones & Payne 

6.S.Dnke. 

J-A. Garland 

WaUace&Son 

Wallaoe&Sons 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



71 

72 

74 

75 

76 

78 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

111 

136 

136 

136 

188 

221 

243 

246 

246 

250 

253 

279 

281 

303 

306 

329 

333 

351 

369 

407 

408 

408 

419 

447 

500 

500 

622 

638 

712 

793 

858 

867 

867 



D,T 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D,T. 

D,T, 

D,T. 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D.T, 

D,T, 

T... 

D,T, 

D,T 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D,T 

D,T, 

T... 

D.T, 

T,W 

D,T, 

D.T, 

D,T, 

D, T . 

D,T, 

T.... 

T,W 

D.T, 

D, T . 

D,T, 

T,W 

D,T, 

T.W 

D,W 

T-... 

D,T, 

D, T 

D,T. 

D,T, 

T... 

D,T, 



W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 



W. 



w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 



w. 



w. 



w. 
w. 
w. 



w. 



w. 



w. 



w. 



w. 



w. 



District. 



W. 



Georgia. 
...do... 
...do... 
...do ... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do... 
...do ... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 
...do ... 



Post-office or 
town. 



Chickamau^a . . . 
Pleasant Hill . . . 

Flovilla 

Americns 

Jug Tavern 

Hampton 

Holly Springs . . 

Belmont 

Oak Shade. 



Holly Springs . . . 

Greenville 

Talking Kock . . 
Lawrenceville . . 

....do 

....do 

Jasper 

Grantville 

Hot Hotise 

Jasper 

...do 

Johnstown 

Vininga 

Chestnut Mount. 

Monroe 

Lithia Springs... 

Geneva 

Monroe 

Cave Spring 

Mountaintown .. 

Morgantou 

Gordon : 



County. 



.do ! Jockey 

.do.... 
•do .... 
.do...- 
.do..-. 
.do .... 
.do .... 
.do .... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 
.do.... 



do 

Gordon 

Hickory Flat . . . 

Macon 

.-..do 

Oglethorpe 

Covington 

Fairmonnt 

Pendergrass — 

Molena 

Stone Mountain . 
....do 



Walker 

Talbot 

Butts 

Sumter 

Walton 

Henry 

Cherokee . . . 

Jackson 

Fulton 

Cherokee . . . 
Meriwether. 
Pickens .... 
Gwinnett . . . 

....do 

....do 

Pickens 

Meriwether. 

Fannin 

Picons 

....do 

Dawson 

Cobb 

Hall 

Walton 

Douglas 

Talbot 

Walton 

Floyd 

Gilmer 

Fannin 

Wilkinson . . 

Pickens 

...do 

Wilkinson . . 
Cherokee . . . 

Bibb 

...do 

Macon 

Newton 

Gordon 

Jackson 

Pike 

Dekalb...... 

...do 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



NW. 

W. 

C. 
SW. 

N. 
W. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

K. 

W. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

W. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
W. 
W. 
H". 
NW. 
S. 
N. 
C. 
If. 
N. 
C. 
N. 
C. 

c. 

w. 

c. 

NW. 

N. 
W. 

N. 
N. 



ILLINOIS. 



JJe Calnmet Distillery. . . 
The Calnmet Distillery Co 

'jraham Bros 

Anton Junker, as the 

Riverdale Distillery. 
John Birmingham, as the 
„Riverdale Distillery. 

5H.Shufeldt& Co , 

^«ter J. Hennessy, as H. 

H.Shufeldt&Co. 

S*rkeBro8 

Jne Peoria Distillery 

S»rker Distillery 

Jw Northern DistiUery. . 
l^eWoohjerDistiUery... 
^^' S. Corning, as the 
.fODarch Distifiery. 
••ohn H. Francis, as the 
-*ionarch Distillery. 
■'^« Great Western Dis- 

^e Manhattan Distillery 

^verDiat. Co 



1 
1 
2 
6 

6 

9 
9 

1 
2 
3 
4 
8 
9 

9 

11 

12 

19 



T,W... 
T,W ... 
D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 

D,T,W. 



T,W 

D,T,E,S,W 

T.E.W.... 

T,E 

T.E 

D,T,E,S,W 
D,T,E,S,W 
T,E,M,W. 

D, T, E, S, 

M,W. 
D,T,E,W. 

D, T, E, S, 

W. 
D, T, E, W . 



First 

...do 

....do 

do 



do 



...do 
— do 

Fifth 
...do 
...do 

do 

do 

. ..do 



do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Chicago... 

...do..... 

Rockford . 

Riverdale. 



.do 



Chicago 
...do .. 



Peoria. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
...do. 
....do. 



...do.. 

...do.. 

Peoria. 

....do.. 



Cook NE. 

...do I NE. 

AVinDcbago . . I N. 

Cook ! NE. 



.do 

.do 
.do 



Peoria 

...do-. 

...do.. 

...do. 

...do. 

...do. 



....do 

...do....... 

Peoria 



NE. 

NE. 
NE. 

C. 
C. 

c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 

c. 

c. 

c. 

. c. 



1 



90 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — dontinaed. 

ILLINOIS— Contio aed. 



Kame of distiller. 



The Hambnrjjr Distillery. . 
The Snterprise Distillery 

Star Diet. Co 

The Star Distillery , 

Crescent Dist. Co 

The Crescent Distillery . . 

The American Dist. Co . . . 

Globe Dist. Co 

y.D.Boss 

J. M. Striogham 

Godfrey W. Smith 

BeUeviUe Dist. Co 

Wheeler Distillery 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



1 
3 
4 
4 
6 
5 



9 

11 

28 

40 

3 

5 



9 



T,W 

W 

T,W 

T,W 

T,W 

D, T, B, S, 

W. 
D, T, E. S, 

M,W. 
I>, T, E, S, 

W. 
D,T,W... 

T,W 

D.T.W.... 
D,T, W.... 
T,W 



District. 



Eighth 

'.'.'.do'.'. 

...do.. 

...do.- 

do . . 



. . .do 

...do 



...do 

...do 

do 

Thirteenth. 
...do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Pekin. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 



..do 



Cincinnati Twp 



County. 



Taxewell 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do..-. 



.do 



Dantown 

Jacksonville. 
Oconee Twp . 
Belleville.... 
Wheeler 



...do 



Macon .. 
Morgan. 
Shelby. . 
St Clair 
Jasper . . 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



C. 
C. 

c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 

c. 

c. 

c. 

w. 

c. 

sw. 

S£. 



INDIANA. 



The Waldron Dist. Co 

Sunny Side Dist. Co 

The Kossville Dist. Co. 

(new firm). 
The BossTille Dist. Co. 

(old firm). 
The Chimney Comer Dist. 

Co. 

W. P. Squibb & Co 

N.Oester 

Rodenberff Bros 

The WolfLake Dist. Co . . 

Dealers' Dist. Co 

Kosmos Friedrich 

The late Wm. H. Tow 

Jacob Brannemann 

D. Klopfenstine 

T.F.Bamhard 

Tirey&Co 

The Wabash Distillery .. 

Aug. Krogmann 

The Acme Dist. Co 

John Day 

Bear Hill Log Cabin Dist. 
Co. 



3 

4 
7 



8 

8 
9 
12 
14 
14 
29 
34 
35 
36 
38 
39 
1 

2 

3 
4 
6 



T,W... 

T 

D,T,W. 



T,W 



D, T, E, W . 

T,W 

D,T,W.... 

T 

D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 

T,W 

T 

D,T,W... 

T.W 

D 

D. T, E, S, 

W. 
D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 
D, T, W. . . 
T,W 



Sixth 
...do 
...do 



.do 
.do 



...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
Seventh 



do 
.do 
do 
.do 



Waldron 

Aurora 

Lawrenceburg. 



do 
.do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

Hammond . — 

....do 

West Harrison 

Mitchell 

Berne 

Bluffton 

Eortville 

Bryantville 

Terre Haute... 



TeUCity 

....do 

Cates 

Indian Springs *. . 



Shelby 

Dearborn . . 
...do 



.do 
.do 



....do 

...do 

....do 

Lake 

....do 

Dearborn 

Lawrence 

Adams 

Wells 

Hancock 

Lawrence 

Vigo 



Perry 

do 

Fountain 
Martin... 



C. 
SE. 
SE. 

SE. 

SE. 

SE 
SE 
SE. 
NW 
NW. 
SB. 

S. 
NE 
NE. 

C. 

S. 

w. 

s. 
s. 

sw. 



KENTUCKY. 



DoweU & Pendleton 

Daviess Co. Dist. Co 

K. Monarch 

J.W.M.Field 

Springwater Dist. Co 

R. J. Meyler 

Mutual Dist. Co 

Rich Grain Dist. Co 

John G. Roach 

Standard Dist. Co 

C. L. Applegate & Co 

Eagle Dist. Co. (old firm) . 
Eagle Dist. Co. (new firm) 

Daviess Co. Club 

J. W. MoCallock 

R.S.Hill 

Balthnore Dist. Co 

B. C. Barry Dist. Co 



1 
2 
2 
3 



4 

6 

6 

6 

6 

7 

8 

8 

9 

9 

10 

11 

11 



D, T, W...; Second. 
D,T,E,W.L...do.. 
D, T,E,rW^.!....do .. 



D, T, E, M, 

W. 
D.T.E, W. 

D, T, W... 
D.T, S,W. 

T 

T 

T 

D, T,W... 
T, E, W . . . 

T,E 

D, T 

D, W 

D,W 

T 

T, E, W... 



.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



East Fork . 
Owensboro 

...do 

...do 



Memphis Junc- 
tion. 

....do 

Uniontown 

...do 

...do 

...do..... 

Telvington 

Garrison Landing 

do 

Owensboro 

...do 

Greenville 

Owensboro 

...do 



Metcalfe 
Daviess.. 
...do.... 
...do.... 



Warren. 



....do 

Union 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Daviess 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Mnhlenbnrg , 

Daviess 

...do 



S. 
W. 

w. 
w. 

s. 

s. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

W- 



C0JIMI8SI0NEE OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



91 



Names of Distilleks and Location op Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

KENTUCKY— Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



Cliff Palls Diet. Co 

John Huming Dist. Co 

Cha8.L. Mills 

New Castle Dist.* Co 

T.E.O'Keefe&Co 

Queen Diat. Co 

P.E.Payne 

Clark&Co 

M.P. Mattingly 

C. Wade.. 

Meyer&Co 

A. B. Miller & Co 

H. Gehner Dist. Co 

P. E. Paine, as F. West- 
heimer &. Sons. 

Qneen Dist. Co 

Soar Masli Dist. Co 

P. Westheimer & Sons 

Rock Spring Dist. Co 

A. KoseDfeld 

A. Sosenfeld, as Casey & 

Swasey. 
A. Kosenfeld, Its L. & A. 

Scharff. 
A.Bosenfeld,'a8 F. West- 
heimer & Sons. 

S. I. Monarch 

Hill & Winstead 

The Winstead Dist. Co. . . 

Thomas Pritchard 

E. F. £gart&Co 

F.A.Bivin 

Peter Best 

Glenmore Dist. Co 

CF.Shelton 

J. Wilson 

Harper & Alexander 

Harper & Riley 

Harper & Clark 

CG.Meredith 

6.W. Lindsey 

Hawkins & Meredith 

W.J.Meredith 

"W. J. Lewis 

&E.Hndson 

Pilgrimage Dist. Co 

C.C. South 

Botts & Staples 

Tooley & Gentry 

E.B.Long&Co 

John Z. Clemons 

demons & Hawkins 

J.T.Harrison 

Harrison & Young 

W.D.Quigley...: 

Gellock& Turner 

England &Rudd 

J.E.Poynter 

J.E. Poynter & Co 

JP.Poynter&Co 

P-E. Robertson &Co 

The Worsham Dist'g Co . 

R W. Worsham as E. W. 
Worsham & Co. 

J.K.Fleming 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



J.N.Fleming 

Joe Schneider 

5^ Martin 

^•&Dufier 

J'CBryan 

Je««e Compton 

5»^4SUnson 

CtndhiU&Craffcon 
JtH. Davis , 



11 T, 

11 D, 

11 T, 

11 T, 

11 T. 

11 T, 

11 T, 

12 D, 

13 D, 

14 D, 

15 D, 

16 D, 

17 T, 
17 T, 



17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 



51 
52 
55 
57 
04 
68 
76 
81 
83 



W 

T,B,W. 
E, W... 
W 



W... 
E,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T, W. 
T.W. 
T,W. 
W ... 
W ... 



T,W 

T,E,W..- 

T,E 

D,T,E,W 
D,T,E,W 
T 



18 T,E,W. 
18 T 



18 D, 

19 T. 

19 D, 

20 T. 

20 D, 

21 D, 

22 D, 

24 W 

25 D, 

26 D, 

27 T, 
27 T. 

27 T, 

28 D, 

28 D, 

29 D, 

30 W 

30 D, 

31 T. 

32 D, 

33 D, 

34 D, 
36 T, 

38 T, 

39 D, 

39 T. 

40 D, 

40 T, 

41 D, 

42 D, 

44 D. 

45 T, 
45 T. 
45 D, 

49 T, 
60 D, 

50 D, 



W 



T,W. 



T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



T,W. 
T,W. 
W... 



W ... 
T,W. 
T.... 
T, W. 



T,E. 
T,W. 
W ... 
W ... 
W ... 
T,W. 



T,W. 
W ... 
T.... 
W ... 
W... 
W ... 



T,W... 

W 

T,W... 
T,E,W 



51 T,W 



T 

T 

T,W ... 
D,T,W. 
D.T.W. 
D,T,W. 
T,W ... 

T 

D,T,W. 



District. 



Second. 
— do .. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.., 
...do.. 
...do.. 



.do 
.do 
..do 
.do 
.do 
..do 



...do 
...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
..do 
..do 
'.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
..do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Owensboro 
...do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Sebree...;. 
Owensboro 
Glasgow . . . 

Askin 

Sun Fish .. 
Owensboro 
...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 



...do 

Henderson 

...do 

Glasgow 

Cheuault 

Fruit HiU 

Hanunonville 

Owensboro 

South Carrollton. 

Glasgow 

Clear Spring . . . . 

— do 

....do 

Brownsville 

...do 

Be© Spring 

Leach 

....do 

Godfrey 

Henderson 

Center 

Glasgow ' 

TompkinsviUe. . . 

Glasgow 

Dog Creek 

....do 

Litchfield 

....do 

Nobob 

Oil City 

Edmonton 

I^ear Coral HiU.. 

...do 

...do 

Marion 

Henderson 

Smith's Cross 
Roads. 

Glasgow 

Bowflng Green . . 

Columbus 

Adolphns 

Franklin 

Gamaliel 

Mount Aerial.... 

Franklin 

Smiths Grove ... 



County. 



5 



Daviess 

....do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

... do 

....do 

Webster 

Daviess 

Barren 

Breckinridge 
Edmonson . . . 

Daviess 

...do 



.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 

.do 

.do 



...do 

Henderson .. 

...do 

Barren 

Breckinridge 

Christian 

Hart 

Daviess 

Muhlenberg . 

Barren 

Graves 

...do 

...do 

Edmonson . . . 

...do 

....do 

Grayson 

Allen I.".'!*!! 
Henderson .. 
Metcalfe..... 

Barren 

Monroe 

Barren 

Hart 

...do 

Grayson 

Barren 

...do 

Metcalf 

Barren 

...do 

...do 

Crittenden... 
Henderson... 
....do 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



Metcalfe. 



Barren... 
Warren.. 
Hickman 
AUen.... 
Simpson . 
Monroe . . 
Alien.... 
Simpson . 
Warren.. 



6 



W. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

s. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 
w. 

w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

s. 

w. 

sw. 

C. 

w. 

w. 

s. 

sw. 

sw. 

sw. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

s. 

w. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

c. 

c. 

w. 

w. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

s. 

s. 
s. 

sw. 
s. 
s. 

8. 
8. 

s. 
s. 



y 



«2 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Nambs of Distillebs and Location of Distillery Warehouses in 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continiied. 

KENTUCKY— Continned. 



WHICH 



Name of distiller. 



DiBtilleiy number 
' and transaction . 



T.J.Woolaey &Co. 
Sl^ffs & McCain . . 
J. y7Marrison Sc Co. 

Nat Nichols 

Nichols & Crain 

W.L.Marrs 

Kine& Smith 

L. lonts 

N. W. Ritter 

P. V. Young 

W.H. Myers 

Be8t&&>n 

J.B.MiUer 

6. £. Marcnm & Co. 

Marcnm ScCo 

Brown ic Skaggs . .. 
Hibbett ic Fergnaoii 

E. C.Carver 

£. Connor dc Sons 

Bowe Bros. Sl Co..., 

W.H.Beck 

Loyd & Flowers 

Speakman ScCo 

W.T.England 

Stail^ & Hildreth . 

Geo. P. Glover 

W.B. Palmer 

England &Hood 

Lay &Masey 

L. B. Carter 

Thomas A. Crov 

G. H. W.Dnlaney.. 
Dolaney & Mays. . . 
Moore &.£mmart... 
"Walter Neatbery... 
Heltsley & Welbom 
Kilmer & Willis... 
Adwell &Eeynolds 

Smith & Smith 

Miller &. Basham . . . 
C. F. Berdenbach. . . 

Smiths Barbel 

Shirley &, Geralds.. 
Harper & Harper.. 
lA>e Cabin Dist. Co 
Ackerman & Coker 

J. T. Ritter 

M. M. Atkinson 

R. Chapman &, Co 

Hamilton & Pedigo. . 
Jos.Whitfill&Co.. 
G.W.Medcalf &Co 

Medcalf & Bray 

S.H. Waller 

J.M.Alexander 

S.B. Vaughn 

Tnck&Tuck 

Young & Wood 

G.W.Brown 

H. F. Parker & Co.. 

J. L. Keavis 

Hicks & Son 

John H. Pierce 

W.W.Wingfield .... 
Lay &Wingfield ... 

A.M. Lear 

Mares &, Williams . . 

A. B.Miller 

Willis Bros 

J. C. Atkinson 

J.R. James 

Hawkins Sc Son , 

Adair & Yarbroagh . 
Gilbreath& Potter.. 



District. 



88 T,W Second.. 

88 D.T.W do... 

89 D,T,W do ... 

90 D,T,W do... 

90 T do... 

92 D,W do... 

93 D,T,W do... 

94 D.T.W do... 

95 D.T.W do... 

97 D.T,W do... 

98 D.T.W do... 

99 T, W do... 

100 D.T,W do... 

101 W do... 

101 T,W do... 

102 D,T,W do... 

105 D,T,W do... 

106 D.T.W do... 

107 T do... 

108 T,W do... 

109 W do... 

110 W do... 

111 W do... 

112 T do... 

113 T do... 

114 T,W do... 

115 D,T,W do... 

116 D.T.W do... 

117 T.W do... 

119 D,T,W do... 

120 D.T.W do... 

121 T,W, do... 

121 W do... 

122 D.T.W do... 

123 D, T do... 

124 D.T.W do... 

125 D.T.W do.... 

126 T,W do... 

127 T,W do.... 

128 D.T.W do...'. 

129 T, W do.... 

130 D, T do.... 

131 D.T.W do.... 

132 D,T,W do.... 

133 D.T.W do.... 

134 D.T.W do.... 

135 D.T.W do.... 

136 D,T,W do... 

137 T do... 

138 D,T do... 

139 T do... 

144 T do... 

144 T,W do... 

145 D,T,W do... 

146 D.T, W do ... 

147 T do... 

149 T,W do... 

152 D.T.W do... 

160 T do... 

163 T do... 

164 T,W do... 

165 D,T,W do... 

167 T do... 

168 D,T,W do... 

168 T do... 

169 T do... 

169 D,T,W do..., 

170 T,W do..., 

170 D.T.W do.... 

173 T. W do ... 

174 T do ... 

375 D,T,W do... 

176 T do.... 

180 T do.... 



Post-office or 
town. 



Rocky Hill Sta.. 

do 

New Roe 

Coral Hill 

....do 

Mud Lick 

Glasgow 

Haley Mill 

Boles 

Roseville 

Alvaton 

TeU City. Ind... 
Mount Herman . . 
Hammonville. . . . 

...do 

Brownsville 

Flippin 

Austin 

Halifax 

Riverside 

Glasgow 

Flippin 

Clemen tsville 

Edmonton 

Hnntersville 

Near Nobob 

Savoyard 

Tompkins ville. . . 

Girkin 

Glasgow * 

Oakton ...: 

Mavlield 

Tompkinsville. . . 

Seventy Six 

Clifty 

Cauey ville 

Mount Hermon. . 

Paradise 

Adolpbus 

Hawesville 

Hickory Flat.... 

Mud Lick 

Columbus 

Knottsville 

New Roe 

Hestand 

Franklin 

Scotts ville 

Glasgow 

Big Clifty 

Whitesville 

...do 

Near Glasgow . . . 

Rapids 

Gamaliel 

Near Sugar Grove 



County. 



«l 



Fonthill 

Rocky HiU 

Bowling Green . . 
Three Springs.. 

Hegira .., 

Oakland 

...do 

Clifty 

Greenville 

Lee 

...do 

Greenville 

Rapids 

Litchfield 

Boaz 



Bowling Green. 



Edmonson . . 

....do 

Allen 

Barren 

....do 

Monroe 

Barren 

Christian... 

Monroe 

Barren 

Warren 

Hancock 

Monroe 

Hart 

....do 

Edmonson.. 

Monroe 

Barren 

AUen 

Warren 

Barren 

Monroe 

....do 

Metcalfe 

Clinton 

Monroe 

Metcalfe 

Monroe 

Warren 

Barren 

Hickman . . . 

Graves 

....do 

Monroe 

Clinton 

Todd 

Grayson 

Monroe 

Muhlenberg . 

Allen 

Hancock 

Simpson 

Monroe 

Hickman 

Daviess 

AUen 

Monroe 

Simpson 

AUen 

Barren 

Grayson 

Daviess 

...do 

Barren 

Simpson 

Monroe 

Butler 



Russell 

Barren 

Warren 

Hart 

Cumberland 

Warren , 

...do 

Todd 

Muhlenberg 

Butler , 

...do 

Muhlenberg . 

Simpson 

Grayson., .i.. 

Graves 

Warren 



COMMISSIONEB OF INTEBNAL BEVENUE. 



93 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit^ etc. — Gontiniied. 

• KENTXJCE3:— Continiii6d. 



K ame of distiller. 



Huff Bios 

Hnff&Madison 

J.H.Keynold8 

Hesekiah Payne 

Smith &Broswell 

H. D. Wooldridge & Co 

W.N.Davis 

LolaDistCo 

Barnett & Davis 

J. E. Baniett 

K.M.Clark&Co 

Hadson, Pierce & Co 

Whitlow & Co 

G.W.Wilbon 

Becker & Co 

Shirley Bros 

Hiiiues Bros 

Lawless & Taylor 

W.F.Smith & Co 

Bradley & Willis Bros 

Baahani &. Hardin..' 

Forayth & Rone 

Geo. E. Stokes 

Julins Barkhoase, as J. M. 

Miller. 

J. A. Cunningham 

J. A. Cnnningham, as J. T. 

S. Brown & Sons. 
J. A. Conningham, as Ky. 

BistCo. 
J. A. Cnnningham, as J. G. 

ICattingly Co. 
J. A. Cannmghani, as J. G. 

ICattingly &, Sons: 
J. A. Cnnningham, as Sun- 
ny Brook Dist. Co. 
J. A.Canningham, as West 

Ind Dist. Co. 

CStege 

CStege, as Bonnie Bros... 
CStege, as Garland I>i8t.Co. 
CStege, as Grabfelder & 

Tacnoa. 

C Stege, as F. Madlener 

CStege, as Taylor d& Wil- 
liams. 

F.W.Adams 

Kelson Dist. Co 

Chas.Dennehy Sc Co 

Clas. Dennehy 

lanp, Groldsraitli Co 

B.iieschendorf 

VelaonDist. Co 

F.G.Paine&Co 

Adolph Rassinier 

Boaenfleld Bros. & Co 

WiHow Creek Dist. Co 

WoMfDist. Co 

TbeP.WunderliohCo 



J- G. ICattingly & Sons . 
J. H. Beam, as Early Times 
DiatCo. 

John 6. Roach 

W.H.Head&Co 

Willow Spring Dist. Co. . . . 

K.F.Balte... 

BFMattingly 

Van aeave & Mattingly .. 

y«apaiB&Son 

J.J.Honter 

Janshn & Perkins 

Geo.£dmond8on. 

N.W.Lee 

J.L. Lee, a^le N. W. Lee. . 



DistiUery nnmber 
and transaction. 



182 
182 
183 
185 
186 
187 
187 
187 
188 
188 
189 
190 
191 
193 
194 
195 
196 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
1 

2 
2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

8 
3 
8 
3 

3 
3 

4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
7 

8 
9 
10 
12 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
20 



T. 

D. 
T, 

D, 
T, 
T, 
D, 
T. 

D. 
D, 

T, 

T. 

T, 

T. 

W 

T, 

T. 

D, 

D, 

D. 

T. 

5' 
T. 



W 



T,W. 
W... 
T,W. 
W... 
W... 
T,W. 



T,W. 
T.... 
W... 



W 



w 



T,W. 
T.W. 
T,W. 



T,W. 



D, T, E, W. 
T,W 



T, E, W. 
T,W... 
T,E.... 



T,W 



T,E,W... 

D,T,E, W 

T 

T, E, W. . . 
T,W 



T,W... 
T,B,W. 



D, T, E, W, 
T,E, W... 

T,W 

T,W 

T,W 

T,E,W.... 

T,W 

T,W 

T,W 

D,T,W... 
T,W...... 

T,W 

T,W 

W , 

D,T.W... 



D,T,W 

T,W ... 

D,T,W 

D,T,W. 

D,W... 

D, T, W. 

D,T,W. 

D,T,W. 

D,T,W. 

D,W... 

T 

D,T,W. 



District. 



Second 

...do.. 

...do.. 

....rto .. 

...A&.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do-. 

...do .. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

,:..do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

, ...do .. 

do.,. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

Fifth.. 



.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 



.do 
.do 



...do 



do 

....do 
....do 
....do 



.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Brown's-f-Boads . 

do 

Kear Glasgow . . . 

NearNoboD 

Adolphus ,. 

Lola 

...do 

....do 

Empire 

Dixon 

Hardin Springs.. 

Powder Mills 

Mount Hermon.. 

Litchfield 

Mud Lick 

Rock Bridge 

..do 

Wheelers Mill... 

Martinsburg 

Lodiburg 

Morgantown 

Elkton 

Louisville 



.do ., 
.do.. 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



, . . .do . . . 



.do.... 
.do.... 
.do — 
.do.... 



.do 
.do 



...do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Early Times 



Louisville 

Eaywick 

Coon Hollow . . , 

Louisville 

St.Marvs 

Ray wick , 

Kear Dezam. . . 

Eve 

....do 

Near Chaplin.. 
Kew Columbus 



County. 



5 



Clinton 

....do 

Barren 

....do 

Allen 

Livingston .. 

...do: 

...do 

Christian 

...do 

Webster 

Breckinridge 

Hart 

Monroe 

Grayson 

Monroe 

...do 

...do 

Grayson 

Monroe 

Breckinridge 

Butler: 

Todd 

Jefferson 

. — do 

....do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



. . .do . 



do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 



...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do., 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
Nelson 



Jefferson 

Marion .. 

Nelson .. 

Jefferson 

Marion . . 
....do.... 

Green ... 
....do.... 
....do.... 

Nelson . . . 

Owen 

. ...do .... 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



S. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

w. 

w. 

w. 

sw. 

sw. 

w. 

w. 

C. 

s. 
w. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
w. 
s. 
w. 
w. 
s. w. 

N. 

N. 
N. 

N. 

N. 

IT. 

N. 

N. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

N. 

N, 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 

N« 

C. 

C. 

N. 

C. 

C. 

c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 

N. 
N. 



94 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Nauxs of Dxstillkjus and Location of Dibtillvry Wasshousbs in which 

Spijiits wbrb held on Deposit, ktc. — Continaed. 

KENTUCKY— CoBtiiioad^ 



XTame of diatUler. 



B.F.Ba]ke 

R. F. Balke, new nUing — 

Brown, Forman Sl Co 

Dundee Biat Co ■ 

W.H. Jacobs 

MeUwood Dist. Co 

Normandy Dist. Co 

G.W.Sohmidt 

W.ILKinmon 

Crystal Spring Dist. Co ... . 

G.Stege 

G. Stege, as Bonnie Bros . . . 
C. Stege, as F. Madlener . . . 

J. M. Atherton 

J. M. Atherton & Co 

George Baker 

J.T.Carter 

Indian Kiver Dist. Co 

Wm. Miller & Co. (uew 

firm). 

T.E. O'Keefe &Co 

B.H. Roche 

Taylor Whitehead 

Anderson Dist. Co 

F. W. Adams, as the Gk>ld 

Sprine Dist. Co. 
Belle of Nelson Dist. Co. . . 
The New Hope Dist. Co. . . 

StitsalBros 

Fible & Crabb Dist. Co 

Popham & Stoner 

H. McKenna 

Dan &. S. W. MoKenna, as 

H. MoKenna. 

T.W.Samuels 

E.L. Miles &Co 

Heory Sutherland 

H. Sutherland as Pearl of 

Nelaon Dist. Co. (old 

Arm). 
H. Sutherland as Pearl of 

Nelson Dist. Co. ' (new 

Arm). 

J.W.Dant 

Smith & Smith 

J. R. & J.P.Smith as Smith 

&, Smith. 
Joseph B. Smith and John 

P. Smith as Marble Head 

Dist. Co. ' 

P. L. Atherton 

Bemheim Bros. & Uri 

J.T.S.Brown &Sons 

Brown, Forman &, Co 

W. W. Brownfleld 

Grabfelder & Tachau 

A.Graf & Co 

J.D.Hinde 

Howard &. Co. (new Ann).. 

A.Mayfleld&Co 

S.0*Bryan &, Co 

D.M.Beam 

Beam & Hart at D. M. 

Beam. 
John J. Brown as Green- 
briar Dist. Co. 
John J. Brown as B. B. 

Hayden. 

Greenbriar Dist. Co 

Graeme McGowan as Green- 
briar Dist. Co. 

J. B. Dant 

J. B. Dant (new firm) 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



34 
34 
84 
84 
34 
34 
34 
34 
40 
78 
78 
78 
78 
87 
87 
87 
87 
87 
87 

87 
87 
87 
97 
97 

101 

aoi 

106 
107 

no 

111 
lU 

145 
146 
168 
168 



168 



169 
174 
174 

174 



229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
230 
230 

239 

239 

239 
239 

240 
240 



T, 

D, 

T, 

T, 

T 

D, 

T, 

T, 

D. 

D, 

D, 

T 

T, 

D. 

T. 

T. 

T, 

T, 

T, 



W ... 
T,W. 
W... 
B,W. 



T,E,W 
E,W... 

W 

T,W... 
T,E,W 
T,W... 



W.... 
T,W. 
W ... 



W 
W 
W 



W 

T,W , 

T,W 

D,T,E,W. 
W 



T 

D,T,E,W. 
D,T,E,W. 
T,E,W ... 

T,W 

T,W 

D.T.W... 



D,T,E,W. 
D.T,W... 

T,W 

W 



D,T,W. 



D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 
T,W... 

T, E, W. 



D.T,W... 
T .......... 

T,W...... 

T 

T,W 

T,W 

T 

T,W 

T,W 

T,E,W.., 
T,E,W..:. 
T,E,W.... 
D,T,W.... 



Distriet. 



3 



T, E, W. 
T,W... 



T,W... 
D,T,W. 

D, T, W. 
T,W ... 



Fifth 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 

;::t 

...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 

...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 

...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 

...do 
...do 
...do 
...do. 



.do 



.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 



do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 



Post-offloe or 
town. 



Louisville 

...do 

— do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Lusbys Mill . . 

Louisville 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Atherton ville. 
...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



....do 

...do 

...do 

Louisville 
...do 



New Hope. 

...do 

Louisville . 
Eminence.. 
New Fruit. 
Fairfield... 
...do 



Deats ville . 
New Hope. 
Bardstown 
...do 



.do 



Dant ... 
Chicago. 
— do ... 



.do 



Athertonville. 
...do 



....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do..... 
Bnrdstown. 
....do 



Greenbrier 
...do 



.do 
.do 



Getrhsemane 
do 



County. 



Jefferson ... 

...do 

...-do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

Owen 

Jefferson ... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Larue 

...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



...do.... 

...do.... 

...do.... 

Jefferson 

...do.... 



Nelson . . 
...do.... 
Jefferson 
Henry... 
Hardin . . 
Nelson .. 
...do.... 



.do 

.do 

do 

.do 



.do 



Marion 
...do.. 
...do .. 



.do 



Larue . 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
Nelson. 
...do.. 



.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



95 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit; etc. — Continued. 

KENTUCKY— ConUnued. 



ITune of distiller. 



J. B. Dant as Taylor & 
Williams. 

W.B. Samuels 

K. fi. Lancaster 

B.a8A.&B.Chapeze 

Wathen, Mueller & Co 

Wathen. Mueller &. Co. 
(new firm). 

Belle of Nelson Dist Co. . . 

Mattingly & Moore Bist. 
Co. 

Simmg &, Edelen 

Simms & Edelen as Alvln 
Wood. 

Tappin & Toole 

Jonn H. Beam as Early 

Times Dist. Co. 
John H. Beam as Friedman 

& Keller. 
John H. Beam as A. G. 

Nan. 
K.Miller as Chas. Dennehy 

&Co. 
Nelson Co., Ky.,Dist. Co.. 

H.D. Block 

Bonnie Bros 

Daniel Brady 

Clear Spring Dist. Co 

Felleman &Co 

Julius Fist & Co 

A. W. Bierbaum as Glad- 
stone Dist. Co. (new). 

D. Meschendorf as Glad- 
stone Dist. Co. 

Herman Bros 

Klein Bros. & Hyman 

Koepper & Waterman 

Jos. Leopold &Bro 

Haplewood Dist. Co 

B. lieschendorf (new tuI- 

log)- 

Old Times Dist. Co 

Adolph Bassinier 

B. Sachs & Sons 

J- P. Schwartz 

LWeis&Co 

Willow Oeek Dist. Co 

P Winkler's Sons 

Chas. Robert. & Co 

Chas. Kobert &. Co. (new 

firm). 

KM. Babbitt 

£• H. Babbitt as Ameri- 

^can Dist. Co. 

B- H. Babbitt as Bel Air 

Dist Co. 
*■ M. Babbitt as May- 
-flower Dist. Co. 

£11. Babbitt as L. Zapp 
& Co. 

T. S. Moore as Wm. (]Jol- 
lins. 

J- 8. Moore as Tom Moore. 

^- 8. Moore as Tom Moore 
(ne^ firm). 

^- 8. Moore as Lee MoGee 

^> Cummms & Co. as Bal- 
ikM & Lancaster. 

|M. Babbitt 

ym.M. Collins & Co 

JJLeman 

*• li. Moore & Co 

r°n6.Roach,Con80lidated 

''o^G. Roach (new).... 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



240 

241 
263 
266 
270 
270 

271 
272 

272 
272 

272 
276 

276 

276 

294 

294 
297 
297 
297 
297 
297 
297 
297 

297 

297 
297 
297 
297 
297 
297 

297 
297 
297 
297 
297 
297 
297 
299 
299 

354 
354 

354 

354 

354 

355 

355 
355 

355 
357 

360 
360 
360 
360 
360 
360 



9 



T,W 



T,E,W. 
T,W... 
T,E. W. 
T,E,W. 
D,T,W. 



D, T, B, W. 
D, T, E, W. 

D,T, E,W. 
T,W 



T,W ... 
T,E,W. 



T, W 
T,W 
W... 



D,T,TV. 

T 

T,W ... 

T 

T 

T,W ... 
T,W ... 
T 



T,W 



T,W 

T 

T,W 

T,W 

T 

D,X,E,W 

D T,W... 

T 

T,E,W.i. 

T 

T,W 

T,TV 

T,W 

T,E,W... 
D,W 



D,T,W. 
T 



T,E,W. 

T,W ... 

T.W... 

T,E,W. 

D, T, W. 
T,W ... 



T,E .... 
D,T,W 

D,T,W. 

T 

T 

T.E.W- 
T,W ... 
T 



District. 



Fifth 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



.do ... 

.do... 

.do... 

.do.. 

.do.. 

.do.., 

.do.. 

.do... 



.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do' 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 



.do .. 

.do... 

.do... 

.do... 

.do... 

.do ... 



Post-office or 
town. 



Gethsemane 



Samuels Depot. . . 

Lebanon 

Near .Clermont. . . 

Lebanon 

...do 



New Hope. 
Bardstown 



.do 
.do 



...do 

Early Times 



...do....... 

...do 

Coon Hollow. 



— do 

Louisville 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 



..-.do 

...do 

...do 

Bardstown. 



.do 
.do 



...do.. 
Loretto 



Louisville 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 



County. 



Nelson, 



....do.. 

Marion 

Bullitt. 

Nelson 

....do.. 



.do 
.do 

.do 
do 

.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



....do 

Jefferscm 

...do.... 

...do.... 

...do.... 

...do.... 

...do.... 

...do.... 



.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 



...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
Nelson 



.do 
.do 



.£..do .. 
Marion 



Jefferson .. 
....do..... 

....do 

....do 

do , 

....do 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



C. 
C. 

c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 

c. 
c. 

c. 
c. 

c. 
c. 

c. 

c. 

c. 

c. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

N. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

N. 
N. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

C. 

C. 

c. 

c. 
c 

N. 
N, 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 



96 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names of Distillkrs and Location of Distillery Warehouses in whi 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

KENTUCKY— Continaed. 



Name of distiller. 



E. M. Babbitt as Bugby 

Dist. Co. 

Kugbj DiHt. Co. (new) 

AtwoodDist. Co 

Bonnie Bros 

J. B. Wathen as J. T. S. 

Brown & Sons. 
J. B. Wathen as Comet 

Dist. Co. 
J. B. Wathen as Ky. Cri- 
terion Co. 
J. B. Wathen as Mayer, 

Son icCo. (old;. 
J. B. Wathen as Mayer, 

Son & Co. (new). 
S. B. Wathen as Bich Grain 

IMst. do. 
J. B. Wathen as D. Sachs 

&Co. 
J.B. Wathen as Sweetwood 

Dist. Co. (old). 
J.B.Wathen as Sweetwood 

Dist. Co. (new). 
J. B. Wathen as J. B. 

Wathen & Bro. (new). 
J. B. Wathen (new roling) . 

Moore & Selliger 

AUen-Bradley Co 

Wm.E. Bradley 

O.B.Cook&;Co 

Edgewood Dist. Co 

Elk Bun Dist. Co. (new) . . . 

John McKim 

Oak Glen Dist. Co 

TheB. P. Pepper Dist Co. . 

Standard Dist. Co 

Sycamore Dist. Co 

W. E. Bradley as Allen- 
Bradley Co. 

Boldrick-Callaghiui Co 

Geo. D, Boldnck as Bol- 

drick &, Callaghan. 

Silas Jones Dist. Co 

McGee & Beam 

Wm. Patterson, jr. (new 

mling). 
Wm. Patterson, jr. (new) . . . 
Wm. Patterson as Marion 

Co. Dist. Co. 

Dave Parkhill ...'•. 

Blair &. Ballard as Blair, 

Osbom & Ballard. 
Blair & Ballard as Colling- 

wood Dist. Co. 

Pnrdy & Co 

J.T.Carter 

May Qneen Dist. Co 

T.E.0'Keefe 

Taylor Whi^head 

If. Miller as Chas. Denne- 

hv & Co. 
The Nelson Co., Ky. Dist. 

Co. 

Mnrphy, Barber & Co 

Murphy, Barber &, Co. 

(newlirm). 

G. &B. Gerdes 

P.M. Head 

Head & Beam 

Head & Beam as T. J. Pot- 

tinger. 
Joseph Schwab (new rul- 
ing). 
J. Schwab as the Fem- 

diff Dist. Co. 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



360 

360 
363 
363 
363 

363 

363 

363 

363 

363 

363 

363 

363 

363 

363 
364 
368 
368 
368 
368 
368 
368 
368 
368 
368 
368 
369 

370 
370 

371 
371 
372 

372 
372 

372 
375 

375 

376 
377 
377 
377 
377 
379 

379 

401 
401 

40.5 
405 
405 
405 

409 

409 



T.W 

T,W 
T.W 
T.W 
T.W 



T.W 

T, E, W. . . . 

T 

T,W 

T,E,W.... 
T,E,W.... 

T 

T,E,W.... 
T,E,W 



District. 



D, T, E, W 
T, E, W- . . 

T 

D,T,E,W. 

T 

T,W 

T,E,W... 

W 

T,W 

T 

T 

T 

D, T, E, W . 



T 

D, T, E, W 



W 

T,W ... 
D.T.W. 

T, E, W. 
T,E,W. 



T,W 
T.W 



T,W 

T.... 

T.... 

T.... 

T.... 

T,W 



D,T, E.W. 

T.E 

T,E, W.... 



T.W 
T,E. 
T.W 
T,W 



T, W ... 
T, E, W. 



Fifth 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



..do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 

do 
-do 
.do 
.do 

.do 

.do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Louisville 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



.do 
..do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Calvary. 
...do... 



Hunters Depot 

...do 

Louisville 



.do 
.do 



...do... 
Chicago. 

Chicago 



Bradfordsvllle 
Athertouville. . 

....do 

...do 

....do 

Coon HoUow . . 

.-..do 



Clermont 
...do .... 



Gethsemane 

...do 

...do 

...do 



Louisville 
...do 



County. 



Jefferson ., 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



..do 

..do 

..do 

-do 

.do 

.do 

..do 

.do 

..do 



. . . .do . , 

....do. 

....do. 

....do. 

....do., 

....do. 

....do.. 

....do. 

....do. 

....do.. 

....do. 

— do .. 

....do. 



Marion 
...do.. 



Nelson*. . . 
...do.... 
Jefferson 



.do 
.do 



...do.. 
Marion 

Marion 

...do.. 
Larue . 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
Nelson. 



.do 



Bullitt. 
...do.. 



Nelson. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 



Jefferson .. 
....do 



COMM1S8IONEB OF INTEENAL EEVENUE. 



97 



Names -OF Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

KENTUCKY— Contiinued. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery number 
aud transaction. 



J. Schwab, jr., as 
Ferncliff Dist. Co. 

J. Sohwab, as 'H. Gehner 
DIst. Co. 

JoMph Schwab, as Mul- 
ling & Crigler. 

Joseph Schwab, as Olive 
Branch Dist. Co. 

J. Schwab, as The Pride of 
Anderson Dist. Co. 

F.G.Walker 

AstorDist. Co 

Belmont Dist. Co 

A. W. Bierbaum (special) . . 

Bernheim Bros , 

Bernheim Bros. & TJri 

H.D. Block 

Block, Franck &, Co 

Lncien Franck 

F. F. V. Dist. Co 

N. F. B. Dist. Co 

FlcMure Ridge Park 

Jacob B. Schwartz 

N. S. Harris 

6ea Pearce, B. H. Hurt, 

and B. B. Lancaster, as 
S. ?. Lancaster. 

Bobert B. Lancaster and 
B. H. Hurt, as S. P. Lan- 
caster. 

Bobert B. Lancaster and 
S. P.Lancaster. 

B.B.Haydeii 

Boone & Bros 

S.E.PickereU&.Co 

Warren Bros 

Ansel Davis 

J. H. Hahoney 

Vanuhn, Vance & Bro 

B.F.Colvin 

Blsey Damron 

Harcnm Sc Gibson 

Hodges & Welden 

^rjre R. Burks 

Williams & Nelson 

Ashton Dist. Co. (new firm) . 

Aahton Dist. Co. (old) 

The Sugar Valley Dist. Co. 

B. H. Bowser 

W.fl. Clark 

JJiUs&Wade 

grider Bros 

^ewton Bros 

y.D.Bell 

JT.Whratley 

g Bryan &, Sons 

Perkins & Blmore 

Hancock &, Hancock 

JD.SkaggB&Co 

Jos.MilU^ 

Stephens &Bro 

Jrown&Bro 

S-CHeid 

fold Bros 

straney & Homback 

Cumn&Ballard 

t?Dearen 

5||btLRudd 

ihfT.J.MegibbenCo 

f^g-Meribbon 

u5«»goIH8t.Co 

'•werick EUnsinger, pro- 

i Prietor. 

**tonlai>i8t.Co 

H. Ex. 4 



the I 409 



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465 
1 
1 
2 
2 



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District. 



Post-office or 
town. 



County. 



5 



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do do I do 



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.do 
.do 
.do 



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Louisville . 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

.,.do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 



do Bardstown 



.do 



.do 



Hobba 

Bardstown 

Louisville 

Dezam 

....do 

Lunar 

Hudgins 

Willisbnrg 

Purdy 

Upton 

do 

Loretto 

Summers ville. . . . 

Bloomfield 

....do 

...do 

Mount Eden 

Liletown 

NearWillowtown 

Tampico 

Campbells ville — 

Tonieville 

Big Spring 



e 



.do 



Hodgensvi 

Allendale 

Columbia 

Allendale 

Raywick 

Tampico 

Lunar 

ReidsMill 

New Haven 

Parkers Grove. 

Bardstown 

Campbellsville. 

Grady ville 

Lair 

...do 

Milldale 

...do 



.do 



Kelson... 
Jefferson 
....do.... 
— do »... 
....do.,.. 

....do 

...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 

. . . .do 

...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
Nelson... 



do 



.do 



Bullitt 

Nelson 

Jefferson 

Green 

....do 

Nelson 

Green 

Washington 

Adair 

Hardin 

...do 

Marion 

Green 

Nelson 

...do 

...do 

Spencer 

Green 

Taylor 

do 

....do 

Larue 

Meade 

Larue 

Green 

Adair 

Green 

Marion 

Taylor 

Nelson 

...do 

...do 

Larue , 

Nelson 

Taylor , 

Adair 

Harrison 

...do 

Kenton 

...do , 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



.».do 



N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

N. 

C. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 



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c. 
c. 

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c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
s. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
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w. 
w. 
s. 
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c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
s. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

K. 



98 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

KENTUCKY-Contiuued. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



District. 



.1 



Maddax, Hobart & Co 

The Pleasant Valley Dist. 

Co. 

Star Dist. Co 

Henrv W. Smith & Co 

The tJnion Dist. Co 

Wbite*Mills Dist. Co 

The Woodburn Dist. Co. . . 
L. O. Maddux, proprietor . 
Ellas Block & Sons, propri- 
etors. 

Darling Dist. Co 

Mercantile Club Dist. Co . 

.Tett Brothers 

The C.B.Cook Co 

LittellBros 

E. L. Workum, proprietor. 

Ashbrook Bros 

The A. Kellar Co 

Wiglesworth Bros 

The Wiglesworth Bros. Co 
The New EnglandDist. Co 

James J. Braum 

The G. W. Taylor Co 

G.W.Taylor 

R. B. McDonald 

McDonald &, Holt 

Chipman & Biggie 

Kedmon Dist. Co 

The Boyers Dist. Co. (new 

firm). 

F.G.Craig 

Meyer & Bradford 

The G. K. Sharpe Co 

Perry Ducker 

C.E. Quick 

O.W.Cowles 

J. Ducker & Son 

G. W. Robson, jr., & Co., 

proprietors (oiil firm). 
G. W. Robson, jr. «fe Co., 

proprietors (new firm). 
The F. S. Ashbrook e Co . . 
The Megibben Excelsior 

Co. 
H. M. Levy, proprietor . . , 

Wm. Tarr Co 

R. S. Strader & Son 

E. H. Taylor, jr. Co 

Geo. T. Staggas E. H. Tay. 

lor, jr. Co. 

H.E. Pogue 

John N. Thomas as H. E, 

Poguel 

W. A. Gaines &. Co 

James E. Pepper &, Co. 

(old firm). 
James E. Pepper & Co. 

(new firm). 

Poyntz.Bros , 

Poyntz Bros. Co .'' 

P.B.Elkin 

J.W.Tipton 

S. J. Greenbaum 

Rock Castle Dist. Co 

Peacock Dist. Co 

Peacock Dist. Co 

Standard Dist. Co 

Old Judge Dist. Co 

Bou Baer 

Cream of Anderson Distil- 

ery. 

Durham Distillery 

iVlge Cliif Distillery ..... 
"W"? W« J^plipsoii ^ Co T , , . • ■ 



Post-office or 
town. 



2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
4 

4 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

9 

10 

10 

11 

12 

13 

13 

14 

14 

14 

15 

16 

17 
18 
19 
22 
23 
30 
31 
33 

33 

35 
38 

63 
1 
1 

a 

2 

3 
3 

4 
5 



6 
6 

7 
8 
9 
9 

10 
10 
10 
11 
12 
12 

12 
12 



3 



T,E,W. 
T. W... 



Sixth 
...do 



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T W 

T, W 

T, W 

T, W 

W 

D, T, E, W 

T, W 

T, W 

D, T, E, W 



..do 

..do 

..do 

D,T,W........do 



..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 



County. 



Milldale 
...do... 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 



Kenton. 
...do... 



Dayton Campbell 

Prestonville Carroll . . . 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



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.do 
.do 

.do 



...do 

...do 

Carrollton , 

Cynthiana 

wiiliamstow^n . 

Petersburg 

Cynthiana 

— do 

Poindexter 

...do 

Covington 

Morgan 

Poindexter 

...do 

Falmouth 

...do 

...do 

Cynthiana 

Connersville... 



Berry 

Berlin 

Lair 

Butler 

Scott 

Butler 

....do 

Finchtown 



do 



.do Cynthiana. 

.do Lair 



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T 



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Seventh . . . 

.do 

do 

do 



Milton 

Lexington 

Frankfort 
...do 



.do 
do 



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D,T,W... 

T 

T,W 



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T,W 



.do ... 
.do... 



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.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 

.do 
.do 

.4p 



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Maysville. 



Frankfort . . , , 
Lexipgtoi^ ... 



.do 



Maysville. 

Elkin !.'!.'! 

Bo wen 

Midway . . 

....do 

Kiserton . . 

....do 

...do 

Frankfort . 
Lexington 



.do 
.do 

4e 



....do 

...do 

...do 

Harrison ... 

Grant 

Boone 

Harrison 

....do 

...do 

...do 

Kenton 

Pendleton ., 

Harrison 

....do 

Pendleton .. 

...do , 

....do 

Harrison — 
....do 



.do 



Harrison 
...do 



Trimble . 
Fayette.. 

do 

Franklin 
...do.... 



Mason 
...do. 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



...do 

Bracken 

Harrison 

Pendleton ... 

Kenton 

Pendleton ... 

...do 

Campbell 



N. 

y. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

N. 
N. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

N. 
N. 
N. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

N. 

N. 
N. 

N. 
C. 
C. 

N, 
N. 

NE, 
NE. 



Franklin N. 

Fayette j C. 



.do 



I • • ? * ? 



Mason 

....do 

Clark 

Powell 

Woodford 

....do 

Bourbon . . 

...do 

...do 

Franklin . 
Fayette... 
do ...... 



....do 
....do 
,,..do 



KB. 

ne: 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 

K. 

N. 

n. 

N. 
C. 

c. 

c. 

c. 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



99 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

KENTUCKY-Oontinued. 



Name of distiller. 



Oakwood Distillerv 

Rp.stou :. 

Stoll Hamilton Sc Co 

Stoll^Vaimatta & Co 

Wm.HiU 

G.G.White Co 

Granville Mabry 

The J. H. McBrayer Dist. 

Co. 

The Newmarket Co 

A. J. Evans 

H.F.WiUiams 

Champe Farrow 

F.P.Merritt 

Merritt Bros 

Lida C. Sogers as J. H. 

Sojren. 

J.H.KogeTB 

BoggB & Edwards 

J.&F.Lavei 

John T. Barber 

J. M. Ison 

John Cochran Sc Co 

H.Lewis & Son 

James £. Pepper & Co 

N. Harris. -.r. 

N. fl. Boggs 

Z.T.Sener8 

W.J.Frarier ,... 

Labrot &Graham 

John E. Fitzgerald Dist. 

Co. 

Maffit West Dtok Co 

E. H. Taylor, jr.,"& Sons . . 
i. W. Johnson as £. H. 

Taylor, jr., & Sons. 

Headley&Peck 

Headley & Peck Co 

Glen Spring Dist. Co 

J. J. Chambers 

N.J. Walsh as Paris Bist. 

Co. 

J. A. Grimes 

J.A.Marshall 

J.&J.M.Saffell 

A. J. Conn 

J. N. Blakemore 

Frarier & Martin 

Bourbon County Dist. Co . 

John W. Watson & Co 

Mollins & Criglor 

W. A. Gaines & Co 

8ih»8 Maeeard 

J.M.Ile^. 

B,P.Webb 

E.H.Taylor,JT 

Geo. T. Stagg as E. H. Tay- 
lor, jr., Co. 

Brown & Oney 

I-H. Davidson 

Daniel & Co 

Clifton Daniel & Co 

Kobert Roberts 

J.W.Green 

wm.E.Rose., 

^' H. Thomberry & Co. 

(old Ann). 
A. H. Thornberry & Co. 

(new firm). 

«* D. Leadingham 

^ily&Mauk 

Wallace Law 

^y&Secrest 

"•B-Raborn 



Distillery nomber 
and transaction. 



12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
14 
16 
17 

17 
18 
20 
21 
22 
22 
24 

24 
30 
32 
32 
34 
37 
44 
46 
46 
48 
49 
50 
52 
53 

53 
53 
53 

54 
54 

57 
72 

77 

79 

88 

91 

92 

96 

98 

102 

102 

105 

106 

107 

109 

110 

113 

113 

147 
148 
160 
160 
208 
220 
222 
225 

225 

226 
227 
230 
231 
267 



T 

D,T,S,W 

T, W 

T,W 

T 

D, T, E, W 

T 

T,E,W... 



T,E,W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D.T.W. 
T.W ... 
D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 



T 

T 

T 

D,W 

W 

D, T, E, W 

T 

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T,E,W... 

T, W 

T,W 

D,T,W... 
D, T, E, W 
t: 



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T.E.W. 
D,W... 



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T,E,W... 
D,T,W... 
D, T, E, W 



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T, 
T, 
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D, 
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D, 
D, 
T, 
D, 

T, 
T, 
T, 
T, 
T. 



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W 

E,W... 
T, W. . . 
T, E, W 



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W 

E,W... 
T.E,W 

W 

W 

W 

E,W... 



W 

D,T, W. 
D, T, W. 
D,T,\V. 
D, T. W. 
T,W ... 
T,W... 
T.W ... 



D,W 



D,T,W. 
T. W . . . 
D,T,W. 
T,W... 
D.T.W. 



District. 



Seventh 
do ... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 
do — 



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.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
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.do 
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.do. 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Lexington 

y^do '/.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 

...do 

Relief 

Paris 

Gimlet 

Mount Stei ling. 



...do 

Blaine 

Flat Gap 

Mount Gilead . . . 

Elkin 

...do 

MaysTllle 



...do 

Blaine 

Versailles ... 

...do 

Isonville 

Frankfort... 

Caney 

Lexington... 
YamiQtoQ . . . 

Blaine 

MortonsvilJe. 
Versailles . . . 

MlUville 

Frankfort . . . 



Glome Creek . . 

Frankfort 

...do 



Lexington 

...do 

Versailles 
Cornwall . 
Paris 



Connty. 



Millersbnrfc 

Sadieville 

Frankfort 

Limestone 

Farmdale 

Knowlton 

Baddies Hills . . . 

...do 

Stamping Ground 

Frankfort 

French 

White Oak 

Webbville 

Frankfort 

...do 



White Oak . 
Athens ..... 
Kiddville... 

...do 

Webbville . . 

Bruin 

Gimlet 

Sandy Hook 



.do 



Leadingham 

Betts 

Stanton 

Poplar Plains 

XTpper Tygart . . 



Fayette 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Morgan 

Bourbon . . . . . 

Elliott. 

Montgomery, 



...do 

Lawrence. 

...do 

Mason 

Clark 

...do 

Mason 



...do 

Lawrence 
Woodford 

...do 

Elliott.... 
Franklin . 
Morgan... 
Fayette... 
Fayette... 
Lawrence. 
Woodford 

...do 

....do 

Franklin . 

Woodford 
Franklin . 
...do 



Fayette. . . 

....do 

Woodford 
Menifee .. 
Bourbon . . 



....do 

Scott 

Franklin . 

Carter 

Franklin . 
Powell.... 
Bourbon . . 

...do 

Scott 

Franklin.. 
.Elliott.... 
Morgan . . . 
Lawrence. 
Franklin.. 
...do 



Morgan... 
Fayette... 

Clark 

....do 

Lawrence. 
Elliott.... 

...do 

...do 



.do 



....do... 
Carter . . 
Powell.. 
Fleming 
Lewis .- 



-Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



C. 
C. 

c. 

E. 

N. 

NE. 

C. 

C. 

NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

C. 

C. 
NE. 

KE. 
KE. 

C. 

C. 
XB. 

N. 

£. 

C. 

C. 
KE. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

K. 

c. 

K. 

N. 

c. 
c. 
c. 

£. 

K. 

N. 

N. 

N. 
NE. 

N. 

C. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

N. 
NB. 

E. 
NE. 

N. 

N. 

E. 

C. 

C. 

C, 
NB. 
NE. 
NE, 
NE. 

NE. 

NE. 

NE. 

C. 

NE. 

2r& 



100 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Nambs of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on DEPpsiT, etc. — Coutinued. 

KENTUCKY— Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



District. 



Fo0t*ofBee or 
town. 



Sidney Fnlts 

J.J.Harris 

Adkins & Hutchison 

Alex. Johnson, jr . . «. 

Meredith Fyffe 

Coon Kinner 

John E. Voncill 

Miller Andefson 

Bentley & Palmer 

David Stanton & Co 

John J. Scagfgs 

B. F. Allen .v 

Barnum & Bennett 

J. M. Waterflll & Co., No. 1 . 
J. M. Waterflll & Co., No. 2. 
J. M. Watertill & Co., No. 3. 

E.J.Curley & Co 

J. A . Monk's Sons Dist. Co. 

C. H. Graves & iSon 

William Berkele 

James P. Bipy : 

J. A. Hoguely 

Hawkins &, Bros. 

J. E. Hays & Co 

E. J. Cnfley 

C. M. Dedman 

M.T.Mitchell 

S.F. Britton 

Fred. Hayes . . - 

T.T.Roberts 

J.O.CombsA C6 

Alfred Johnston 

G. B. Hawkins 

Georce W. Bishop 

Ed. Callahan & Co 

Riddle &Brown 

Pointer & (Jill 

Asberry & Martin 

Nelson Mas6n 

Wade &, Smith 

Taylor & Gilbert 

John L. Smith : . . 

J.M.Scalf 

John Traylor 

S. B.Bowliiift-. 

Bowlinff & Haskins 

James Mackey &. Co 

J. W. Simpson & Bro 

Clark& Cox 

Jackson, Coughelton &. Co. 

J. & E. Dowling 

Waterflll & Frazier 

Pllgrimace Dist. Co . , 

Russell Tartar 

Tart«ur & Malen 

Cooper Bros 

W. H. MoBrayer's execu- 
tors. 

D. L. Moore 

Cedar Brook Dist. Co 

Wiley Searcy 

Wiley Searcy as The Zeno 

Dist. Co. 

Ray & Frederick 

Ray & Baker 

M.Phelps - 

Harris Bros 

J. W. Williams 

Trowbridge & Trow bridge . 

Barker ic Cooper 

Catron & Cooper 

Isaac Cornet 

W. F.Setaer 

Bwwii&G?im». .,,.-.,..» 



281 

285 

28A 

287 

288 

289 

290 

291 

292 

293 

294 

295 

1 

2 

2 

2 

3 

3 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

16 

16 

18 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

33 

34 

34 

35 

36 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

41 

41 

42 

42 

43 

44 

44 
44 
45 
45 

46 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
51 
52 
53 



9 



D,T, 

D,T, 

T,W 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D, T, 

D,T, 

D.T, 

D,T, 

D,T. 

T,W 

W.. 

W.. 

D.T. 

T,E. 

T,W 

T,E, 

T,W 

T,W 

E... 

T,W 

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T,W 

T,W 

T,W 

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D,T, 

T... 

T,W 

T,W 

D,T, 

T,W 

T,W 

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D,T, 

D.T, 

D,T, 

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T,W 

T,W 

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D,T. 

T.... 

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D,T, 

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D,T, 

T... 

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D,T, 

D,T 

D,T. 

T, E, 



W. 
W. 



W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
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W. 
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W. 
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W... 



w. 



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W. 
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W. 

w. 



w. 
w. 



w... 

w... 
w... 

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w. 



w.. 
w.. 



Seventh 

...do... 

.. do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do ... 

...do ... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

Eighth.. 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
...do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do ... 
....do... 
...do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do ... 
....do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

...do... 

. . do . - - 
...do... 

...do... 

...do... 
...do... 
...do ... 
— Uo . . . 



D, T i do 

D,T,W do 

T,E, W....i do 

T,E,W.... ....do 



D,T,W, 
T,W... 
T, W . . . 
D,T,W. 
T,W ... 
T, W . . . 
D,T,W. 
D,T.... 
D,T, W. 

T 

P,T,W. 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 



Salt Lick 

Eadston 

Sandy Hook 

Cannonsburg 

Skaggs 

Kinner 

Oil Springs 

Jeffersonville 

Ford 

Salt Lick 

Skaggs 

Ford 

Silver Creek 

McBrayer 

...do 

...do 

Camp Nelson 

...do 

....do 

Danville 

Lawrenoebnrg. . . 

ourgin ...; 

McBrayer 

Barboursville 

Camp Nelson . . . . 

Salvisa 

Burgin 

.-..do 

Mount Vernon .. 

PrQctor 

Campton 

Broadhead .. 

McBrayer 

Sections Creek . . 
Crockettsville . . . 

Somerset 

Le Roy 

Big Hill 

Pineville 

Somerset 

Bnshs Store 

Girdlor 

...do 

Gilberts Creek... 

Spring Creek 

— do 

Clay City 

Somerset 

Toliver 

Campton 

Tynme 

— do 

— do 

Somerset 

Faubush 

Somerset 

Lawrenceborg. , . 



County. 



...do 

...do 

McBrayer 
— do 



Emnnuol . . . 

...do 

Bnshs Store 

Lily 

Artemns ... 
Somerset . . . 

...do 

...do 

Benge 

..d5 

Som^s^t . . . 



Bath 

Rowan 

Elliott 

Boyd 

Lawrence — 

...do 

Johnson 

Montgomery. 

Clark 

Bath 

Lawrence 

Clark 

Madison 

Anderson 

...do 

...do 

Jessamine . . . 

....do 

....do 

Boyle 

Anderson 

Mercer 

Anderson 

Knox 

Jessamine . . . 

Mercer 

....do 

....do 

Rockcastle .. 

Lee 

Wolfe 

Rockcastle .. 

Anderson 

Clay 

Breathitt . - . . 

Pulaski 

...do 

Madison 

Bell 

Pulaski. 

Laurel 

Knox 

— do 

Lincoln 

Clay 

do 

Powell 

Pulaski 

Wolfe 

....do 

Anderson 

....do 

....do 

Pulaski 

....do 

....do 

Anderson.... 



...do... 

...do... 

Pulaski. 

....do... 



Knox . . . 
...do... 
Laurel.. 
Knox . . . 
....do... 
Pulaski. 
...do... 
...do... 

PulMki. 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



NE. 

NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

E. 

C. 

C. 

NE. 
NE. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

c. 

SE. 
C. 
C. 
C. 
C. 
C. 
E. 
E. 
C. 
0. 
SE. 
E. 
S. 

s. 
c. 

SE. 

s. 

SE. 

SE. 

S£. 

C. 

SE. 

SE. 

C. 

S. 

E. 

E. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

S. 

s. 
s. 
c. 

c. 
c. 
s. 
s. 

SE. 
SE. 
SK 
SE. 
SE. 

S. 

S. 

S. 
SE. 
SE. 

S. 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



101 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

KENTUCKY-Contiaued. 



Kame of distiller. 



Howard Bros 

P.G. Gooch , 

J.G.Eoff 

JSouton & Leach 

Lee & Gastineaa 

G.G.Rice 

E. M. Barker & Co 

J.B. Thompson 

J. B. Thompson as Pearl 
of Nelson Diet. Co. 

Veaolns Turpen 

S.A. Garrett & Co 

J. P. Smallwood 

B. M.Webb 

H.P.Floyd 

Slusher & Miracle 

Hasklns Bros 

R. A. Bryant 

Bobt. Ambergy 

Osbin & StergUl 

Trowbridge & Adams 

Paxton Bros. & Co 

W.H. Trayer 

"Wood Bros 

J.M.Scalf 

J.T.Cecil 

Taylor & Jones - . 

J. H. Hntchings ... 

J. W. James 

J. W. James & Co^ 

H". Lambert 

J. C. Mounce 

Jifasters & Perkins 

'W.H.Padgett 

X. Amann - 

Old Lexington Club Dist. 
Co. 

Clark Thomas 

B.C.Neal 

S.F. White 

Ira Hogg 

G. H. WUliams & Co 

Moore &0hler 

Cable Moore 

John Messer & Co 

Jesse Haggard 

M. B. Kennedy 

G.W.Futts&Co 

J. A. Lee 1 

Tjrrie & Sizemore 

J. C. Cummings & Co 

S. S. Trannell 

grant Rice.... 

^A.Coyie 

-^jerson Co. Sonr Mash 

-,I>ist.Co. 

jH.RiBy 

J»n»aelSiinm8 

Jj*baii Tarter 

Ahe J.Vanarsdell Dist. Co . 
w • 5). Searcy &Co 



y-B.Saffell 

?»y&Hoff 

i*?,.E.Day 

^■L. Moore 

^we&Rebstock 

n:^'Mock,jr 

"tT^ins & Bond as Haw 
Tt}05*Bro. . 

i^ii^J- T.Bond 

^.t&LiUard 

?^%Jett 

L.Bowman 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



55 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
631 

64 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
70 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
81 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
86 

87 

89 

90 

91 

92 

100 

100 

101 

102 

103 

105 

106 

107 

109 

109 

110 

111 

112 

112 
1>3 
116 
118 
120 

123 
134 
134 

148 
148 
148 
1.58 
236 



District. 



Post-office or 
town. 



D,T, 
D,T. 
D.T, 
T... 
D.T, 
W.. 
D, T, 
D,T, 
T.E, 



W....' Eighth ....' Pineville ... 

W... .'.... do I Albia 

W do I Somerset ... 

do do 

W do j Lowell 

do I Manchester. 



W do 

E,W do 

W..-. ...do 



D. 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D. 
D, 
D, 
D, 

T. 
T, 
D, 
T, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 

D, 
D, 
D, 
D. 
D, 
T, 
D, 
D, 
D. 
T, 
T. 
T, 

I). 
D, 
T. 
T. 
D, 
T, 



T,W. 
T,W. 



.do 
.do 



T,W.... ....do 

T.W.... ...do 



W i....do 

T,'W....|....do 
T,W....i....do 



T,W. ...... .do 

T,W. ...... .do 



T,W. 

T, W. 

T,W... 

T,W... 

T,W... 

T,W... 

T,W... 

D,W... 

W 

T,W... 

W 

T,W... 
T,W... 
T,W... 

W 

W 

T,B,W 



T,W.... 

W 

T,W.... 
T,\V.... 
T,W.... 

W 

T,W.... 
T,W.... 
T, W. . . . 
W 



W ... 
T,W. 
T,W. 



T,W. 
E,W. 



T.E, 
D,T. 
T,W 
D,T, 
D,T, 
W. 
T,E, 
T,W 
D,T, 
D,T, 
T.E, 
T.W 
T,E. 
T,W 



W. 
W. 



W... 

S E, 

W... 



W. 

w. 
w. 



w. 



i 



236 , T,W 

274 I D.T.E.W. 
384 f D.T.W.... 
389 j T.W 



.do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
..a\o 
...do 
...do 
...do 
. . .do 
...do 
...do 
. . -do 
...do 
. . .do 
...do 
...do 



Patsey 

Harrodsbarg . . . 
...do 



Somerset 

Waco 

Beattyville . . . . 
Whir«.sburg . . . 

Somerset 

Pineville 

Manchester 

Bryants Store . 

Hindman 

Kaven 

Somerset 

Gilberts Creek 

...do 

Marksbnrg . . . . 

Flat Lick 

Danville 

Bush's Store... 
Crab Orchard . . 

...do 

...do 

Sidney 

Somerset 

Perkins 

Somerset 

Union Mills . . . 
...do 



..do 
. .do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
-do 
..do 
-.do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.ilo 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 



-do ... 

do.. 

.do.. 

.do.. 



Somerset , 

Millers Creek . . . 

Ned 

Whitesburg 

HaginsviUe 

Gray , 

do 

Messer 

Burning Springs. 

Somerset , 

America 

Somerset 

Peb worth 

Lot 

PineBlutt' 

...do 

Berea 

Tyi'one 



...do 

Somerset 

...do 

Vanarsdell 

Lawrenceburg. 

...do 

Orr 

...do 

Burgin 

— do 

...do 

Danville 

McBrayer 



do 

Lawrenceburg . 

Doylesville 

Waco 



County. 



Bell 

Pulaski. 
...do... 
...do... 
Garrard 
Clay.... 
Estill... 
Mercer - 
....do... 



Pnlaski... 
Madison . . 

Lee 

Letcher. . . 
Pnlaski... 

Bell 

Clay 

Knox 

Knott 

...do 

Pulaski... 
Lincoln . . . 

...do 

Garrard .. 

Knox 

Boyle 

Laurel.... 
Lincoln... 

...do 

...do 

Pike 

Pulaski... 
Madison . . 
Pulaski... 
Jessamine 
...do 



Pulaski.. 
Estill..... 
Breathitt . 
Letcher . . . 
Breathitt . 

Knox 

....do 

....do 

Clav 

Pulaski.. 

Lee 

Pulaski... 

Lee 

Whitley . . 

Bell 

...do 

Madison . . 
Anderson. 



...do 

Pnlaski... 

...do 

Mercer ... 
Anderson. 



...do 

....do 

...do 

Mercer . . . 

...do 

...do 

Boyle 

Anderson. 



...do... 

, . . .do — 

Madison 

...do... 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



SE. 
S. 
S. 
S. 

c. 

SE. 
C. 
C. 
C. 

s. 
c. 

E. 
SE. 

S. 

S. 
SE. 
SE. 

E. 

E. 

S. 

c. 
c. 
c. 

SE. 

c. 

SE. 
C. 
C. 
C. 
E. 

s. 
c. 
s. 
c. 
c. 

s. 
c. 

E. 

SE. 

E. 

SE. 
SE. 
SB. 
SE. 

S. 

E. 

S. 
SE. 
SE. 
SE. 
SE. 

C. 

c. 

c. 
s. 
s. 
c. 
c. 

c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 

c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 



\^ 



102 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



JkAXES OF DiSTILLBRS AND LOCATION OF DISTILLERY WAREHOUSES IN WH] 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

KENTUCKY— Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



E.&E.MiUion 

Ed. Murphy &,Co 

Hoflhian Sc Hackley as S. 
O. Hackley. 

Beypolds & Woods 

A. Drake 

M.S. Bond 

T.B.Ripy 

Schwabacher & Co. 1 

S. T.Willis 

H. W. Smith 



Rockcas- 



J. K. Walker as J. H. Mc- 

Brayer. 
J. R. Walker as 

tie Dist. Co. 

J.R. Walker 

S. B. Hume 

Barlon &, Stone 

J. N. Miller & Co 

Milliere & Turner 

J. W. Masters 

R. C. Kennon & Son. . . 

J.H.Brown 

J.A.Lee 

Biakeman & Bogle 

Calvin East 

W.M. Bogie 

C. Simpson 

D. J. Hudson 

8.B.Kelley 

O. Roberts & Co 

A. G. Powell & Co.... 

Gr. W. Marcume 

D.Norfleet 

Samuel Acton 

H. T.Moore & Co 

J. N. & F. M. Brown .. 

W.Norfleet 

Wyatt \^'a^ren 

James Mackey 

John Short 

Robt. Stephens 

Crawford & Wyatt . . . 
Harvevi Tubbs & Co. . 

H. Cilice 

J.F.Walters 

Balinger Sl Auris • • • • • 

T.J. McGuire 

Z.Roberts 

Daniel Hacker 

E.C. Million 

G. T. Ramsey 

York Sc Johnson 

B. F. Harris 

Johnson & Gilbert . . . 
J. Coughleton & Co. . . 

H.D. Powell, jr 

P.B.Farris 

B.B. Golden 

J. Griffin & Son 

Chas. Griffin 

John A. Turner & Co 

Adams Sc Son 

Geo. Herald &, Co 

Geo. D.Tipton &Co.. 

Cov & Ross — 

A. 'H.Francis &Co... 

Pignian &, Francis 

Vandeveer & Johnson 

Carter & Hester 

Smith Sc Henry 

Sowers Bros 

W. P. S. Sowers 

Phelps &Tuttle 

B.M.Webb 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



397 
400 
406 

409 
415 
418 
418 
418 
418 
418 
434 

434 

434 

541 

552 

5.54 

802 

802 

805 

809 

874 

880 

880 

880 

953 

954 

975 

980 

1073 

1150 

1175 

1213 

1215 

1301 

1302 

1304 

1305 

1316 

1318 

1320 

1322 

1324 

1327 

1330 

1332 

1333 

1334 

1335 

1338 

1339 

1342 

1347 

1349 

1350 

1352 

1353 

1354 

1355 

1356 

1357 

1359 

1360 

1363 

1364 

1364 

1366 

1368 

1370 

1371 

1371 

1872 

1373 



D,T,W... 
D. T, E, W 
T, E, W. . . 



D.T.W... 
D,T, W... 

T,W 

T,W 

T,W 

D, T, E, W 
T.E.W... 

D, T. e; W 

D,T,W... 



D.T.W.... 
D,T,E,W. 

T 

T,W 

T.W 

T,W 

D,T,W.... 

T 

D,T,W.-.. 
D,T,W.... 

T,W 

D.T,W.... 
D,T,W.... 

W 

D.T.W.... 
D,T,W.... 
D,T,W.... 

T,W 

T 

T,W 

T 

T 

D,T,W.... 

T,W 

D,T,W.... 

T.D 

D.T.W.... 

T 

T,W 

D,T,W.... 

W 

D,T,W.... 

T.W 

W 

W 

D,T,W.... 
D,T,W.... 
D, T, W. . . . 
D,T,W.... 
D,T,W.... 

T 

D,T,W.... 
D,T,W.... 

W 

D,T,W.... 

T 

T 

T 

D,T,W.... 

T 

T,W 

T,W 

D»T 

D,T 

T, W 

T,W 

T, W 

T,W 

T,W 

T,W 



District. 



Eighth . 
:.. do... 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Post-office or 
town. 



White Hill.... 

Marphy 

Lawrenceburg. 



Eversole 

Campton 

Tyrone 

do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Lawrenceburg. 



.do 



....do 

Silver Creek — 

Lancaster 

....do 

Perkins 

....do 

Vaughns Mill . . 

Campton 

Valley Oak 

BucHeye 

Slavin 

Buckeye 

Somerset 

...do 

Locust Branch.. 
Jackson .... — 
Millers Creek... 

Somerset 

Fanbush 

Somerset 

Campton 

Somerset 

Fanbush 

Somerset 

Millers Creek . . . 

Crawford , 

Somerset 

Millers Creek.. 

...do 

Rices Station .. 

Clay City 

Barooursville. . . 

Ford 

Benge , 

Girdler 

Million 

Somerset 

Benge 

Campton 

Speedwell 

Ervine 

Rices Station .. 

Gray 

BarDoursville. . . 

Gray 

PojHBs Creek . . . 
Crocketsville . . . 

Ansel 

Shoulder Blade . 
Millers Creek... 

Kirksville 

Buncombe 

...do 

Fanbush 

Stanford 

Kirksville 

Perkins 

...do 

Bushes Store . . 
Whitesbarg — 



County- 



Madison 

Anderson 

...do 



Owsley . . . 
Wolfe .... 
Anderson. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



.do 



...do 

Madison.. .. 

Garrard 

...do 

Ma<Uson .... 

...do 

Estill 

Wolfe 

Pulaski 

Garrard . 

...do 

...do 

Pulaski 

...do 

Estill 

Breathitt 

Estill , 

Pulaski 

...do 

...do 

Wolfe 

Pulaski 

...do 

...do 

Estill 

Clay 

Pulaski 

Estill 

....do 

....do 

Powell 

Knox 

Madison 

Clay 

Knox 

Madison 

Pulaski 

Clay 

Wolfe 

Madison 

Estill 

....do 

Knox 

....do 

do 

Estill 

Breathitt — 

Pulaski 

Breathitt — 

Estill 

Madison 

Knott 

...do 

Pulaski 

Lincoln 

Madison 

...do 

...do 

Laurel 

Letcher 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



103 



Names OF Distillers and Location op Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

LOUISIANA. 



Kame of distiller. 


Distillery number 
and transaction. 


District. 


Post-office or 
town. 


County. 


Sec 
tion of 
State. 


1 


9 


3 1 4 


5 


6 


LoDlsiana Alcohol Co.,Lim- 
ited. 


1 


D,T,\V.... 


Louisiana. . 


New Orleans 


Orleans 


SE. 



MARYLAND. 



M.Crichton & Co 

TheMonticeiloDi8t.Co .. 
The Sherwood Dist. Co . . . 

TheHannisDist.Co 

Luther G. King 

Melvale Dist. Co 

Orient Dist. Co., of Balti- 

more Co. 
Edwin Walters & Co., " B " 

Maryland Dist Co 

James T. Draper . , 

The MonnmeDtal Dist. Co . 

Jameft E. Pratt 

John Welty Cable 

Robt. Stewart 

Aug.LMmer 

JohnD.Ahalt 

G€O.T.Garabrill 

John B. Gunning 

O.Horsey 

Le\i Price 

M.J.Miller 

James Clark , 

R. R. Henderson, trustee 
for Fred,Himmler. 

JohnT.Cretin 

Keefer Bros 

Isaac Keefer 

Rockforge Dist. Co 

L, Winand & Bro - 

Adam Rohrback 

TheBalto.Dist.Co 

Baltimore Dist. Co., of Bal- 
timore Co. 

John R. Moore 

D.Malone&Co 



1 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

22 
23 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
27 

28 
29 



T.E.S 
D, T, W 
D,T 



D,T 
D,T 
D,T 
D, T 

T,E 
D,T 
D T 
D,T 
I), T 
D,T 
D,T 
W 
W.. 
D,T 
D.T 
D,T 
D,T 
D,T 
D,T 
D,T 
T,W 



E,W 
E,W 
W... 
E,W 
W... 



w... 
w... 

S.W 

w... 
w... 

E.M, 



w... 
w... 
w... 
w... 
w... 
w... 

E,W 



D,T,W. 

T 

D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D, T, "W. 
D, T, W. 
T, W . . . 
D,W... 



Maryland. 

do 

....do 

...do 

.-..do 

...do 

...do 



D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Baltimore 

....do 

Cockeysville. 

Baltimore 

Kings Valley 

Melvale 

Canton 



.do ., 
.do.. 



....do 

Baltimore 

Clear Spring 

Canton 

Midland 

Sraithsburg 

Highlandtown... 

Cumberland 

Burkittsville — 

Roxbury. 

Cresaptowh 

Burkittsville — 
Green Valley — 

Accident 

Cumberland 

....do 



Baltimore ... 

...do 

....do 

....do 

Montgomery. 
Baltimore .'.. 
...do 



....do 

....do 

Washington 
Baltimore . . 
Allegany . . . 
Waanington 
Baltimore ... 

Allegany . . . 
Frederick... 
"Washingtou 
Allegany — 
Frederick .. 

...do 

Garrett 

Allegany — 
— do 



Mount St. Mary's! Frederick. 

Sylvan, Pa | Washington 

do ! do 

Leitersburg ■ do 

Scotts Level . . . 

Lineboro 

Baltimore 

...do 



McClellands ville . 
Colgate Creek . . . 



Baltimore. . 

Carroll 

Baltimore. . 
...do 



New Castle 
Baltimore. . 



N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 
N. 
N. 

N. 

N. 
NW. 

N. 

NW. 
NW. 

N. 

NW. 

N. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 

N. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

N. 
N. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



A.&G.J.CaldweU 

J«ahum Chapin 

Daniel E. Chase 

Ray State Dist. Co 

Jtoiel Lawrence & Sons 

Cha8.W.Howland 

The H. Porter Co 

C. Edward French 

Felton&Son 




D.T, W... 
D, T, E, W . 
D,E,W.... 
D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 
D.T.W... 
D,T,W.... 
D, T, E, W 
D, T, E, W 



Third. 
...do. 
...do . 
...do . 
...do . 
...do. 
...do. 
— do . 
...do 



Newbury po^t. 
Charlestown . . 

Somerville 

Cambridge 

Medford 

E. Everett . . . . 

Agawam 

Boston 

South Boston . 



Essex 

Suffolk . . . 
Middlesex 

....do 

....do 

...do 

Hampden. 
Suffolk ... 
...do 



NE. 
E. 
E. 
E. 
E. 
E. 
W. 
E. 
E. 



MINNESOTA. 



The St Paul Distillery --- 

Kwitncky and Western 
Dist. Co. 

Minneapolis Dist. Co 

Richardson & Carey 




D,T, E,S, 

W. 
D,T,W... 



T. W... 
D, T, W. 



Minnesota. 
....do 



.do 
.do 



St. Paul 

Minneapolis 



...do 

St. George 



Dakota . . . 
Hennepin . 



....do.. 
Benton 



E. 

C. 

C. 
C. 



104 



ANNUAL REPOBT OF THE 



Names of Distillbrs and Location of Distuxbry Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

MISS0T7BI. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



Joseph Snyder 

Jacob Koss as The Central 

Distillerv. 
Samuel Woolner as The 

Central Distillery. 

The Central Dist. Co 

The Missouri Distillery . . 

Ravens-wood Dist. Co 

L. P. Hieronimus 

The Steel ville Dist. Co. . . 

James M. Key 

Constanz Dist. Co. 

David Grites 

Crites & Dalton 

Heibel, Emmitt & Co 

R.T. Grisham 

Martin Sohamel 

Frank Albright....: 

Desserts Griffin 

John F.Mouser 

Callahan &Co 

Peter Friese 

Burks &. Burks 

S. J. Bomine 

J. D. Dameron 

L. N. Harper 

Geo.W.Kelley 

C.H.Joplin 

N. J. Wicecarver 

Benson, Smiley & Co 

Benson &, Smiley 

Hill &Lackey 

G. A. Tomlinson 

Thos. R. Gibson 

Lacey &, Evans 

G. A. Bomnger 

Hermann Dist. Co ^. . 

L. N. Harper & Co 

"W. J. Misenheimer 

Boon's Lick Dist. Co 

Fred D. Whitener 

W. A. Harvey 

Cave Spring Dist. Co 

Fred C. Gomsmith 

S.W.Boyce 

John C. Randol 

F. M. Hutchison 

Henry Tetrich 

Joseph Harx)er 

F. T. Owsley 

Lena Schafer 

Denny Bros 

D. Holladay 

Mitchell & Mitchell 

J. Frost & Son 

Saling & Crum 

Saling & Verona 

Argo t Taylor 

Covey & Sous 

Covejr, Sons & Co 

B. J. Coleman 

John W. Dice 

McHaffie & McHaffie 

Brown & Co 

John F. Nelson 

Stewart Bros. &. Co 

Forsy the Dist. Co 

Peter Kaullen 

Kaullen &.Iven 



1 ! T, 

2 i D 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
6 
7 
8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



21 
21 
22 
23 
24 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
20 
30 
31 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 

37 

38 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

8 

10 

10 

11 

11 

14 

15 

15 

18 

19 

22 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

28 



District. 



3 



D 

T 
T 
D 
T 
T 
D, 
D 
D 

T 
D 
D 
D, 
D 
T 
D 
D 
D 



18 T, 

19 ; T 

20 ! D 



T 
D 
D 
D 
T 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
T 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 

D 
D 

T 
T 
T 
D 
D 
D 
T 
T 
D 
D 
D 
T 
T 
D 
D 
D 
D 
T 
D 
T 
D 
T 
D 



First 
T,W.. ..!... .do 

T,W.. ..;... .do 

I 

s,w.. ..;... .do 

W t do 

T,S, W. ....do 

TV !....do 

TV ....do 

T,W do 

T,W....;..-.do 
T,TV........do 



TV... 
T,TV. 
T.TV. 
T,TV. 
T,W. 
TV ... 
T.W. 
T.TV. 
T, W. 

TV ... 



T,W. 



T, 
T, 
T, 
TV 
T. 
T, 
T, 
T, 
T, 
T. 
T, 
W 
T. 
T, 
T, 
T, 
T, 
T, 



W. 
W. 
TV. 



TV. 
TV. 
TV. 
TV. 
W. 
TV. 
TV. 



W. 
W. 
TV. 
W. 
TV. 
W. 



TV... 
T,TV. 

W ... 
TV... 
W ... 
T.TV. 
T,TV. 
T,W. 
TV... 



W ... 
T. ... 

T, TV 
TV... 



T,TV. 
T,TV. 
T,W. 
T.... 
TV ... 
T,W. 



T.TV. 

t/w! 



.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

do 

do 

.do 

do 



.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



.do... 
.do ..... 



Sixth 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
— do . 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Ashton.. 

St. Louis 



.do 



....do.... 
...do.... 

...do 

Ink 

Steelville 

....do 

St. Louis 
Daisy 



Bemie 

Columbia — 
Yancy Mills. 

Lithium 

Castor 

Macon City . 
Marquand . . . 

Salem 

Daisy 



County. 



do Des Arc 



Essex 

Allen ville. 



Oran 

Steven's Store . . . 

Elaiuore 

Buchanan 

Annapolis 

do 

Dexter 

Morley 

Steelville 

Greenville 

Patton 

Hermann 

Oran 

....do 

New Melle 

Castor 

Richland 

Hunter 

Yount, Perry Co. 



Akers 

Egypt Mills 



Clark.... 
St. Louis. 



.do 



Missouri City. . . 

Dora 

Bowers Mills . . . 

Bethpage 

Hamilton 

Verona 

TVeston 

Billings 

Hamansville 

Aurora Springs 

do 

Phelps 

Soutuwest City . 

...do 

Rich Hills 

TVeatberby 

Elkhead 

Stoutlimd 

Ponce deLeon.. 

March 

Forsyth 

Mary's Home. . . 
....do 



...do 

...do 

...do 

Shannon 

Crawford 

...do 

St. Louis 

Cape Girar- 
deau 

Stoddard 

Boone 

Phelps 

Perry 

Bollinger 

Macon 

Madison 

Dent 

Cape Girar- 
deau. 

Iron 

Stoddard 

Cape Girar- 
cfeau. 

Scott 

Callawas^ 

Carter 

Bollinger 

Iron 

...do 

Stoddard 

Scott 

Crawford . . . . 

TVayne 

Bollinger 

Gasconade... 

Scott 

...do 

St. Charles . . 

Bollinger 

Pulaski 

Carter 

Dist. in Bol- 
linger. 

Shannon 

Cape Girar- 
deaa. 

Clay 

Ozark 

Lawrence 

McDonald . . . 

CaldweU 

Lawrence ... 

Platte 

Christian 

Polk 

Miller 

...do 

Lawrence 

McDonald . . . 

...do 

Bates 

Dekalb 

Christian 

Laclede 

Stone 

Dallas 

Taney 

Miller 

...do 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



NE. 
£. 

E. 

E. 

E. 
E. 
S. 
0. 

c. 

E. 

SE. 

SE. 

C. 

C. 
SE. 

SE. 

N. 
SE. 

S. 
SE. 

SE. 

SE. 
SE. 

SE. 
C. 

SE. 
SE. 
SE. 
SE. 
SE. 
SE. 

C. 
SE. 
SE. 

E. 
SE. 
SE. 
E. 
SE. 

C. 
SE. 
SE. 

S. 
SE. 

NTV^. 

S. 

sw. 

sw. 

sw. 

sw. 

mw. 

s. 

c. 

c. 

c. 

sw. 
sw. 
sw. 

w. 

NW. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
c. 
c. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



105 



Names of Distillers and Location of DrsTiLLERY Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

MISSOURI— Continued. 



"Same of distiller. 



T.N.Lofton 

James A. Shores 

Trotter &, Johnson 

Worsham Sc Argo 

W.G.Perrv 

Soberts & Campbell 

LenaSchafer 

Cox&Beck 

E.M.Hiil8e 

Thornton Diat. Co 

Herd&Sons 

Herd&Son 

A. F. Johnson 

Geo. H. Shawan 

M.M. Rhotan 

Hatigman &, Rick 

J. £. Johnson 

Perkms & Perkins 

Wolf & Galloway 

Wade&Wade 

K.R.Hendrix 

D.B.KeUogg 

James W. Lewis as D. B. 

Kellogg. 

McConnick Dist. Co 

McCormick's Mercantile 

and DiBt. Co. 

A. M. Jones Dist. Co 

A. M. Jones 

A. M. Jones Distillery 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



29 
30 
32 
36 
37 
37 
42 
48 
48 
49 
50 
50 
58 
59 
61 
71 
73 
75 
75 
75 
75 
77 
77 

83 
83 

97 
97 
97 



D. 
T. 
D, 
D, 
D, 
W 
T. 

D. 

T 

T 

D, 

T, 

D, 

D, 

T, 

T, 

T 

D, 

T 

T. 

T, 

D, 



T,W... 
T,W... 



T,W.. 
T.W.. 
W 



W ... 
T,W. 



T,W. 
W ... 
T,W. 
T,W. 
W ... 
W ... 



T,W. 



W 
W 
W 



T,W ... 
D, T, W. 



W ... 

T,W 

D,W 



District. 



» 



Sixth. 
...do 
...do 
...do 

do 

....do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 



!PoBt-oifice or 
town. 



Waco 

Flag Springs . 

Foidland 

Liberal 

Competition . . 

do 

Kingston 

Bufihlo 

Urbana 

Moscow 

Charity 

...do 

Kdgertown . . . 
Lone Jack — 
Bakersfield . . . 
KeytesviUe. . . 

Spencer 

Cave Springs. 

Billings 

Cave Springs. 

— do 

KeytesviUe... 



.do Waldron, 

.do '•••■do — 



Liberty. 

...do... 

....do .^. 



County. 



5 



--f ■- 



Jasper . . 

Andrew 

Webster 

Barton.. 

Laclede . 

...do... 

Caldwell 

Dallas . . 

...do... 

Clay.... 

Dallas 

...do. 

Platte 

Jackson . . . 

Ozark 

Chariton... 
Lawrence. . 

Stone 

Christian . . 

Stone 

...do...... 

Chariton... 
....do 



Platte 
...do. 



...do 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



SW. 
NW. 

S. 
SW. 

s. 
s. 

NW. 

s. 
s. 

NW. 

S. 

S. 
NW. 

W. 

S. 

N. 
SW. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 

N. 
N. 

NW. 
NW. 

NW. 
NW. 
NW. 



NEBRASKA. 



Willow Springs Dist 
Nebraska Disf. Co... 
Nebraska City Dir.t.. 
Colambian Dist. Co. . 



1 
2 
2 
3 



D. T, S, W 

T 

D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 



Nebraska. 

...do 

...do 

...do 



Omaha 

Nebraska City. 

...do 

Omaha 



Douglas 

Otoe 

...do... 
Douglas 



E. 
E. 
E. 
E. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



William Ward. 



D.T,W. 



N.Hamp. 



Portsmouth. 



Rockingham. 



SE. 



NEW JERSEY. 



Somerset Dist. Co 



43 



D.T.W.E. 



Fifth 



East Millstone 



Somerset 



NEW YORK. 



Eastern Dist. Co... 
goliimbas Dist. Co 

|a?feI)i8t.Co 

JS. II. Cook&Co... 

Buffalo Digt. Co.... 



1 
2 
1 
3 



D, T, S, W . 
D,T,E,S,W 

D, T 

D,T,E,S,W 

D,T,S,W, 



First 

do 

Third 

Twenty- 

eishth. 
....do 



Blissville 

Brooklyn 

New York City. 
Bu£Ga1o 



.do 



Queens .... 

Kings 

New York 
Erie 



.do 



SE. 
SE. 
SF. 
W. 

W. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



S»tt'Ulbertson 
A. Coble 

^fKeU( 

6- A. Tart 



12 

741 

924 

1179 



D.T.W. 
T,W ... 
D. T, W. 
D,T,W. 



Fourth 
....do.. 

...do.. 
....do.. 



Kenansville 

Julian 

Burlow 

Rome 



Duplin .. 
GuDford. 
Moore . . . 
Johnston 



SE. 
N. 
C. 

a 



106 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



Names of Distillers and Location op Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.^— Coutiuued. 

NORTH CAROLINA— Contiuaed. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery nambet 
and transaction. 



District. 



Wm. Coble.. 
J.C.Faust.. 
I. Turner . . . 
D. Turner. . 
J. H. Royal , 
G. W. Laws 



H. H. Lewey 

D. M. Anderson . . . 

J. A. Norwood 

J. A. Cbeek 

J.W.Myrick 

J. M. Davis 

M.Sutton 

S. B.Holt 

B. H. Yelvington. 
C.R. Miller 



H.N.Albright 

J. H. House 

J. W.Hocutt 

R.V.COX 

F.S. Garrett 

James C. Gates 

J. R. Rogers 

S. Greiser 

S. Wilson 

J. F. Cain, jr 

J. A. Hessee 

W. J. Stewart 

J. W. N. Alston 

W. T. Battlev 

J. W. McKerall 

Thos. Cole 

Geo. R. Keck 

W. B. Pemberton 

H.M.Holt 

J. A. Haywood 

J. M. Sloan, jr 

R.C. Palmer 

Cluster Springs Dist. Co. . . 

A. W. Cagle 

T. H. Jackson 

J.B.Privett 

Jobn McCalo 

A. W. Douglass 

G. M. Bragg 

J. B. Geringer 

C.H.Tucker 

W. F. Jackson 

H.G.Grady 

J.F.Kivett 

J. L. Williams 

W.S. Vestal. 

J. M. Garrett 

J. H. Clapp 

John Langley 

B.LHolden 

J. T. Fogleman 

J. D. Htuthcock 

J. N. Soney 

C.P.Pool 

J.W.BusiCk 

A. Anman 

J. G. Sharpe 

Thomas Gray 

A. W. Jones 

M. P. Hopkins 

H. G. Harris 

John T.Cole 

S.T.Wenn 

L. J. Williams 

J.H. Miles 

Banister Royster 



1234 
1355 
1487 
1487 
1542 
1855 

1862 
2002 
2003 
2051 
2083 
2086 
2087 
2092 
2097 
2108 

2118 

2121 

2210 

2211 

2213 

2219 

2225 

2372 

2399 

2403 

2410 

2414 

2416 

2416 

2118 

2421 

2461 

2463 

2468 

2469 

2472 

2480 

2481 

2484 

2487 

2490 

2493 

2494 

2495 

2497 

2499 

2605 

2616 

2617 

2618 

2627 

2631 

2632 

2633 

2634 

2635 

2636 

2638 

2639 

2642 

2643 

2645 

2647 

2648 

2649 

2051 

2653 

2654 

2655 

2657 

2658 



D.T.W....! Fourth 

D.T '....do.. 

T, W '....do .. 

D,T,W.. ..:... do.. 

D,T,W ....do .. 

T !....do.. 



D,T,W.... ....do 

D,T,W....l....do 

D,T,W.. ..!... .do 

D,T,W....i....do 

D,T,W....|....do 

T, W i....do 

D,T,W....!....do 
D,T,W....i....do 
T ....do 



D,T,W 

D,T,W 

D,T,W....i....do 
...do 
. . .do 
...do 
...do 
.:.do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



T 
D,T... 

W 

D, T, W 

T 

D.T.W 

T 

D, T, W 
D,T,W 

T 

D,T... 
D,T... 
D,T,W 
D,T,W 
D,T,W 
T,W.. 
D, T, W 
D,T,W 
D.T.W 
D,T,W 
D,T... 

T 

T 

D,T,W 

D,T,W....|....do. 

D,T,W....|....do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

W do 

D.T.W do 

D.T,W do 

T,W do 

T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D, T, W do 

T do 

T do 

T do 

T,W do 

D.T.W do 

T do 

W i do 

D.T, W....!.... do 
D,T,W....|....do 

T I. ...do 

D,T,W..,.'....do 

D,T, W.... ....do 

D,T,W.... .....io 

D,T,W....l....do 

D,T,W....l....do 



Post-office or 
town. 



County. 




Julian 

Liberty 

Hillsborough . . . 

Clinton.I. '."!'. 

Caldwell Insti- 
tute. 

Gibsonville 

Roxborough 

Buchanan 

Hillsborough — 

West End 

Kinston 

La Grange 

Graham 

Clayton 

Caldwell Insti- 
tute. 

Elon College 

Littleton 

Earpsboro 

Ramseur 

Raleigh 

Rougemont 

Newport 

Archer Lodge . . 

Julian 

Durham 

Hessee 

I.iong Leaf '■ 

Carthage 

— do 

Hillsboro 

Julian 

Burlington 

Liberty 

Graham 

Milburnie 

Jonesboro 

Liberty 

Bhie Wing 

Carthage 

Hillsboro 

Riley s X Roads. 

Sanrord 

Hillsboro 

Wilton 

Elon College 

Candor 

Hillsboro 

Goldsboro 

Staley 

do 

Graham 

Black Rock 

Burlington 

Staley 

Franklinton 

Burlington 

Hester 

Gibsonville 

Big Rock 

Liberty Store... 

Pisgah 

Burlington 

Meredith 

Bi^ Rock 

Reidsville 

Eimbolton 

Four Oaks 

Roxboro 

Williams Mills . 

Toney 

Bullock 



Guilford.. 
Randolph.. 
Orange — 

...do 

Sampson . 
Orange — 



Guilford-. 

Person 

Granville.. 
Orange — 
Moore — 

Lenoir 

...do 

Alamance. 
Johnston .. 
Orange — 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



Guilford 

Halifax 

Johnston .... 
Randolph. ... 

Wake 

Orange 

Carteret 

Johnston 

Guilford 

Durham 

Orange 

Moore 

...do 

...do 

Orange 

Guilfbrd 

Alamance . . . 

Randolph 

Alamance 

Wake 

Moore 

Randolph 

Granville 

Moore 

Orange 

Wake 

Moore 

Orange 

Granville 

Alamance 

Montgomery. 

Orange 

Wayne 

Randolph 

do 

Alamance . . . 

....do 

....do 

Randolph 

Franklin 

Alamance ... 

Granville 

Guilford 

Person 

Guilford 

Randolph 

Alapiance . . . 

Person 

Granville 

Rockingham . 
Chatham . — 

Johnston 

Person 

Chatham 

Caswell 

Granville 



N. 

C. 

N. 

N. 

S. 

N. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 
E. 
£. 
N. 
C. 
N. 

"N. 
NE. 
C. 
C. 
C. 
N. 
SE. 
C. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 
C. 

c. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 
N. 
C. 
C. 

c. 

N. 

c. 

N. 
C. 

c. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 
N. 
E. 
C. 
C. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 

a 

N. 
C. 

N. 
N. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



107 



Kamks of Distillers and Location of Distillkuy Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

KORTH CAROLINA-Coiitinued. 



Name of distiller. 



£. A. Lackey 

J. C. Smith 

J.R.Horner 

EKing 

Johnson & Patterson 

Aaron & Martin 

W.T.Snit 

Alridge&Grray 

J.K.Alridge 

O.M.KeIley 

£. A. Tucker 

EF.Stephens 

K.C. Palmer 

AP.Hatcher 

G.W.Long 

W.J.Payne 

J.H.Joyce 

RRBrady 

G.S.Allred 

Bffl^amin Alford 

J.W.Stout 

J. A. Bums 

P.O. Sanders 

W.P.AUey 

Godfrey & Wicker . . 

H.G.Duke 

W.A.Sloan 

J. A. Patterson 

H.J.Cook 

Stewart & Aired 

O.M. Scott 

Smith & Patt<erson . . . 

J. L Roaser 

W.E.R088 

B.V.COX 

W.P.Sanders 

Alonzo Gee 

A. W. Emerson 

KoBser & Truelove- . . 
Kobertson &, Benton . 

K.H. Barren 

Athw G.Denton 

O'Neill & Howell.... 

Taylor & Bryant 

C. F. Laws 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



A. A. Barham & Co . . 

O.M,Kelley 

Cain& Hester 

J. A. Baldwin 

John P. Corbett 

F.G.Fnller 

^le&Davis. 

W. R. Trogdon 

Hohnea & Harrington. 

W. L. Dorsett 

W. R. Causey 

T. R. Christinan 

J- A. Tucker 

^ L. Truelove 

J. A. Bums 

5- A. Tucker 

J-L. Tyson 

John C.Davis 

8.A.Allred 

*• A. Jjickey 

J- F. Sprinlde 

KPartln 

y.C.Wood 

yB.Deaton 

James Callicutt 

^T. Taylor 

William B. Talton. 



2659 
2660 
2661 
2662 
2663 
2664 
2665 
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Hamlet. 



Hamer 

West End 

Loys Shop 

Hope Mills 

Mount Olive 

New Light 

La Grange 

do 

Sanford 

FairBluif 

Milton 

Graham , ... 

Fremont 

Summerfield . — 
Burlington .,... 

Grogansville 

Benson 

Brunswick 

Bagley 

Liberty 

Fayetteville 

Moratock 

Franklin 

Jonesboro 

Clay 

Broadway 

Millsboro 

Stokesdale.^ 

West End 

New Hill 

Elizabotbtown.. 

....do 

Hendersonvillc . 

Goldsboro 

Femdale 

Milton 

Hope Mills 

Manchester 

Spring Hope 

Franklinton 

Raleigh 

....do 

Nashville 

Caldwell Insti- 
tute. 

Wakefield 

Sandford 

Willis Creek.... 

Burlington 

Talbot 

Earpsboro 

Rise 

Spencer 

Harrington 

Abbottsburg ... 

Snow Hill 

...do 

Fair Bluff 

Fayetteville 

...do 

Yineland 

Egypt Depot 

Blauenboro 

Ashboro 

Hamlet 

Reidsville 

Myatts Mills . . . 

Clarendon 

...do 

Rise 

Roborsonville .. 

Goldsboro 

Clayton 



County. 



5 



Richmond . . 

Caswell 

Moore 

Alamance . . 
Ciunberland 

Wayne 

Wake 

Lenoir 

...do 

Moore 

Columbus .. 

Caswell 

Alamance... 

Wavne 

Guilford 

Alamance . 

Rockingham . 

Johnston 

Randolph 

Johnston 

Randolph 

Cumberland . 
Montgomery. 

Macon 

Moore 

Granville 

Moore 

Randolph 

Guilford 

Moore 

Wake 

Bladen 

....do 

Henderson... 

Wayne 

Rockingham. 

Caswell 

Cumberland . 

....do 

Nash 

Franklin 

Wake 

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Orange 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. * 



O 



Wake 

Moore 

Bladen 

Alamance... 

Wilson 

Johnston ... 

Moore 

...do 

Harnett 

Bladen 

Greene 

....do 

Columbus.. 
Cumberland.. 

....do 

Columbus... 
Chatham ... 

Bladen 

Randolph . . . 
Richmond .. 
Rockingham 

Wake 

Columbus . . 

....do 

Moore 

Martin 

Wayne 

Johnston 



S. 

N. 

C. 

N. 

S. 

E. 

C. 

E. 

E. 

C. 

S. 

N. 

N. 

E. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

a 
a 
a 
c. 

c. 

SB. 
C. 
N. 
C. 

c. 

N. 
C. 
C. 

s. 

s. 

sw. 

E. 

N. 

N. 

S. 

s. 

NE. 
N. 

a 
c. 

NE. 
N. 

C. 
C. 

s. 

N. 
E. 
C. 
C. 
C. 
C. 

s. 

E. 
E. 

S. 
S. 

s. 
s. 
c. 
s. 
c. 
s. 

N. 

c. 

s. 
s. 
c. 

E. 
E. 
C. 



108 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

NORTH CAROLINA— Contmned. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery anmber 
and transaclion. 



Ldrc 



E.C.BarUey 2909 

wade & Parker 2910 

W.A.Allred 2911 

J.A.Stewart 2912 

N.P.Cox 2913 

B.C.Peeler 2914 

W.D.Staflford 2916 

C. H. B. Howarton 2917 

A.B.Campen 2918 

GrewgeM. Gray 2919 

A.W.Doiigla8 2920 

R.W.Blaclwell 2921 

LT.Lamb..... 2922 

K.D,KeUev •- 2923 

Capps&ElUs 2925 

Plummer Wiiliama 2926 

B.G.Duke 2927 

W.M.Buckner 2928 

John Tillman 2930 

C.J.Loy 2931 

2933 
2934 
2936 
2937 
2938 
2939 
2940 
2941 
425 
575 
632 
651 
995 
1005 
1018 
1168 
1179 
1206 
1234 
1276 
1319 
1322 
1332 
1333 
1349 
1354 
1361 
1371 
1374 
1380 
1381 
1382 
1388 
1398 
1472 
1623 
1701 
1707 
1733 
1748 
1749 
1757 
1758 
1766 
1770 
1776 
1781 
1792 
1793 
1835 
1850 
2019 
2039 
2040 
2045 



A.D. A<irews. 

Blackman Britt 

W.R.Seat 

Giles Reavia 

J. E. Townsend 

Owen Jones 

May & Faulk 

N.A.Bevett 

James Biesecker 

V.E.Staley 

A.M. Salmons 

J. H. Robertson 

R. L. Combs 

J.C.Low 

M.M.CUne 

W.A.Hewitt 

Daniel Smith 

W.W. Styles 

W.B.Reece 

R.E.L.Pope 

H.H.Mmer 

R.S. Nelson 

Cash &. Lindsay 

W.L.Hyatt 

H. B.Stewart 

Jacob Goss 

W.C.Myers... 

Z.F.Hinkle 

C.G.Bailey 

«r.S. Bryant 

S.L.Gongh 

H. J. Kesselberg 

L. M. Dellingen , 

P.A. Summy 

J. H. Homer... 1 

G.W.Chaflln 

S. A. Fowler 

T. A. Garrison 

R. M. Jenkins 

A.F.Weir 

P.S.Beam 

G.T.Epps 

J. E. Williams 

Henry Crotts 

J. W. M. Grayson 

JohnF. Reeoe 

Hugh Sprinkle 

S. Grays 

Tomer &. Nicholson . 

G. A. Cloninger 

Cowan & Co 

W.C.Pharr 

R.S. Daniel..... 

E.M. Stewart... 

T.IfcSnead 



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Post-offioe or 
town. 



Keyser 

Dunn 

Manly 

Candor 

Henderson 

Hamlet 

Oak Ridge 

Halifax 

Alliance 

Kinston 

Durham 

Ruflin 

Yineland 

Leavett 

Lucama 

Talbot 

Carbonton 

Manndale 

Roxboro 

Pleasant Grove.. 

Bradshaw 

Roseboro 

Highvlew 

Reidville 

Hope Mills 

Coakley 

Lonisbnrj^ 

Locust mil 

Lexington 

Osbomville 

Buck Shoal 

Osbomville 

Roaring River . . . 

Rockwell 

Newton 

— do 

Lexington 

Winston 

Beech Creek 

Olin 

Mount Zion 

Kernersville 

Sandy Springs... 

Culberson 

Hedrick 

Obids 

Osbomville 

Welcohie 

ElbavUle 

Jonesville 

Lexington 

Culberson 

Cherry ville 

Dallas 

Collinsville 

Winston 

Snow Creek 

Morganton '. 

Mount Holly . . , . 
Kings Mountain . 

Cherryville 

Dyaortville 

Greenlees 

Lexington 

Grayson 

Beech Creek 

Yadkinville 

Brier Creek 

States ville 

Dallas 

States vlDe 

Eupeptic Springs 
Panther Creek. . . 

Jerusalem 

Clio 



County. 



Moore 

Cumberland . 

Moore 

Montgomery. 

Vance 

Richmond . . . 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Pamlico 

Lenoir 

Durham 

Caswell 

Columbus 

Cumberland . 

Wilson 

...do 

Moore 

Chatham 

Person 

Orange 

do 

Sampson 

Persou 

Rockingham 
Cumberland . 
Edgcombe . . . 

Franklin 

Caswell 

Davidson ... i 

Wilkes 

Yadkin 

Wilkes 

...do.. 

Rowan 

Catawba 

...do 

Davidson .... 

Forsythe 

Watauga 

Iredell 

Wilkes 

Forsythe 

Polk 

Cherokee .... 

Iredell 

Ashe 

Wilkes 

Davidson 

Davie 

Yadkin 

Davidson 

Cherokee 

Gaston 

....do 

Polk......... 

Forsythe 

Iredell 

Burke 

Gaston 

Cleveland . . . 

Gaston 

McDowell . . . 

....do 

Davidson 

Ashe 

Watauga 

Yadkin 

Wilkes 

Iredell 

Gaston 

Iredell 

do 

Yadkin 

Davie 

Iredell.. 



Sec 
tion of 
State. 



C. 

S. 

c. 
c. 

N. 

S. 

N. 
NE. 

E. 

E. 

N. 

N. 

S. 

S. 

B. 

S. 

C. 

C. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

S. 

N. 

N. 

S. 
NS. 

N. 

N. 

C. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

W. 

w. 
w. 
c. 

N. 
NW. 

W. 
NW. 

N. 
SW. 
SW. 

w. 

NW. 
NW. 

a 
w. 

NW. 

c. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

N. 

w. 
w. 

SW. 

SW. 

SAW. 






COMMISSIONEB OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



109. 



Names of Distiixers and Location op Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

NORTH CAHOLINA- Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



1 



J.P.Baker 

L. C. Myers 

G. 0. Fulenweider 

C.S.HoUand 

J.L.Woocl 

A. H. Clowinger 

J. McMillen .1 

J.CPhyler 

J. B. Casbion 

D. L. Bowmajt 

J.W.Rilev 

J. S.Wi]lvard 

J. L. Aberaethy 

P.M. Tomlin 

C. F. Simpson I . 

B. L. Tomlin 

N. S. Southern 

K. H. Abemethy 

M.L.Farr 

J.B. Norman 

A. C. Hedcecock 

V.(i. McBride 

J. A. Parker 

L L. Chnrch 

J.R.Hine 

C. Curpenter 

D.A.Clement 

J. F. Dimmette , 

John Bailey 

J.P. Bolin 

J. C. Bnr^ess 

D.D.Anderson ; , 

M.L.Skidraore 

B. M. Carpenter , 

R. S. Gray , 

T. A. Grace , 

G.W.Mathia 

Praley &. Messick 

Smith Hamlin 

J.E.Wells , 

C. C. Chambers 

A. "Warren , 

8. L. Parish 

J. S. Murphy , 

&KiIllan 

J.W.McFarland 

MiilerA Wiles 

B. M. Couch 

^MMl^ers 

«.L. Dickson 

••L. Lineberger 

^C. Myers 

J-B.C.Pegram 

JUia Simpson 

G.fl. Hardin 

J.J.Myer8 *..... 

*-L.Cook 

fW.Brown 

J|:.Hubbard 

A. H. Honser 

jHh Freeman 

7- H. CloningejT 

^- 1>. Godfrey 

ij- W. Chandler 

i-A.Reid 

^* fi. Cloninger , 

\ T. Harrison 

ft- D. Bandy 

■^^thcock & Honeycutt 

i- V.Bowles 

f -G.FaUs 

V- ^ ' iravcs 

JL- ^. Salmons 

^-O.TurbiviUe 



2050 
2056 
20«3 
2069 
2082 
2093 
2097 
2099 
2099 
2101 
2103 
2108 
2110 
2111 
2116 
2118 
2120 
2122 
2128 
2129 
2130 
2135 
2138 
2140 
2143 
2144 
2146 
2152 
2155 
2162 
2164 
2165 
2171 
2172 
2173 
2175 
2177 
2180 
2188 
2190 
2191 
2192 
2197 
2199 
2700 
2704 
2706 
2708 
2710 
2711 
2711 
2713 
2717 
2715 
2720 
2723 
2724 
2727 
2728 
2729 
2730 
2734 
2740 

2744 
2747 
2749 
2751 
2754 
2756 
2756 
2756 
2757 
2758 



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Hothouse 

Jennings Mills . . 

Salisbury 

Clin 

Pleasant Hidge . . 
Stanley Creek . . . 

Millertown 

States ville 

....do 

Bentley 

China Grove 

Wyo 

Stanley Creek .... 

Weisner 

Bilo 

Harmony 

Lovelace 

IronSta^on 

McCurdy 

Osbomville 

Lexington 

Farmingt'On 

Brushy Mountain 
Beady Branch . . . 

Clin 

Carpenter 

Mocksville 

Wiles 

Smith Grove 

Jennings Mills . . 

Statesville 

Wilkesboro 

Lowesville 

Carpenter 

Clingman 

Tilden 

Mana 

Williamsburg . . . 

Brevard 

Paint Rock 

Zimmerman ...... 

Osbomville 

Hannersville 

DUls 

•Collettsville 

Poors Ford 

E^e..f 

Zion 

Jennings Mills . . 
Pleasant Ridge . . 

....do t... 

Jennings Mills . . 

Walkertown 

Euto 

Beaver Creek 

Eupeptic Springs 

Hickory 

Ashford 

Osbomville 

Reepsville 

Marshall 

Stanley Creek . . . 

Norfolk 

White Rock 

Catawba 

Lowesville 

Salisbury 

Bandy 

Big Lick 

Olin 

Pleasant Ridge . . 

do 

Osbomville 

Eagle Mills 



Connty. 



A 



Cherokee 

Iredell 

Rowan 

Iredell 

Gaston 

do 
Rowan 
Iredell 

do 
Alexander . . . 

Rowan 

Yadkin 

Gaston 

Iredell 

Surry 

Iredell 

Wilkes 

Lincoln 

Iredell 

Wilkes 

Davidson 

Davie 

Wilkes 

Wilkes 

Iredell 

Gaston 

Davie 

Wilkes 

Davie 

Iredell. 

...do 

Wilkes 

Lincoln 

Gaston 

Wilkes 

Yadkin....:. 

...do 

Iredell 

Transylvania 

Madison 

Wilkes 

...do 

Davidson 

McDowell . . . 
Caldwell .... 

Polk 

Ashe 

Ywlkin 

Iredell 

Gaston 

...do 

Iredell 

Forsyth 

Union 

Ashe 

Iredell 

Catawba 

McDowell . . . 

Wilkes 

Lincoln 

Madison 

Gaston 

Iredell 

Madison 

Catawba 

Lincoln 

Rowan 

Catawba 

Stanly 

Iredell 

Gaston 

....do 

Wilkes 

Iredell 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



SW._ 

w. • 
w. 
w. 
sw. 
sw. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

NW, 

sw. 
w. 

NW. 
W. 

NW. 
SW. 

w. 

NW. 
C. 

W. 
NW. 
NW. 

W. 
SW. 

W. 
NW. 

W. 

W. 

W. 
NW. 
SW. 
SW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

W. 
SW. 

W. 
NW. 
NW. 

C. 

W. 

W. 
SW. 
NW. 
NW. 

W. 
SW. 
SW. 

W. 

N. 

S. 

KW. 

W. 

W. 

W. 
NW. 
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w. 

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w. 

w. 

w. 

sw. 

w. 

w. 

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w. 

sw. 
sw. 

NW. 

w. 



1 



110 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names op Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were hbld on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

NORTH CAROLINA-Continued. 



!NAine of di^tiUer. 



J. L. Morgan. . : 

*3. H. Greenwooil 

J. C. Soraers & Co 

G.W.Bradley 

J. F. Jenkins 

M.P.Stnrap 

N. L. Hightower 

John Miller 

F.G.FaUs 

M. R. Jackson 

J. A. Yount 

J.G.A, Brady 

A. C. Jenkins 

W.L.Finney 

J. M. Small 

S. B. Campbell 

J.A.Denny 

M. W. Sbermer 

D. A. Kanipe 

James Combs 

W. Fraley 

N. G. Jurney 

E. M. Brawley 

F. P. Rhyne 

L. M. Dellinger 

T. S.McNiel 

J. M. Jarvis 

N. H. Jimmerson 

J. W. Triplet! 

S. Killian 

D. A. Kanipe 

J. B. Morrison 

G. C.Davis 

CM. Godby 

J. !R. Norman 

I. A. Jojner 

J. R. Anthony 

W. H. B. Lineberger 

B. I. Anderson 

J. A. Basinger 

W. A. Bailey 

N.D.White 

D.F.Friday 

L. L. Suggs 

CM. Rhyne 

A. B. Rhyne 

J. B. Rhyne 

Hass &Baker 

F. H. Everhart 

J.W. Albea 

L. M. Harper , . . . 

W. R. G. Martin 

J. D. Somers ,■,--, 

L. S. Flemmipg • - 

G. D. Carrier 

J. R. Simpson. , 

Granite Springs Dist. Co. . 

A . Howard 

Rimmer & Cashion 

P.J. Holland 

F. W. Charles 

J. B. Rhyne 

W. L. l^atchens 

W. S. Adams 

E. D. C.Pope 

H. F. Shore 

J.J. Kennedy 

P. A. Summy 

R. E. Liles 

Jonas Scruggs 

A. W. Shores 

J. T. Goodman 

C C. Hinkle 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



2762 

2763 

2765 

2768 

2771 

2777 

2778 

2779 

2781 

2783 

2784 

2784 

2787 

2788 

279] 

2792 

2793 

2796 

2797 

2798 

2800 

2802 

2807 

2809 

2810 

2811 

2812 

2814 

2815 

2816 

2817 

2818 

2819 

2820 

2822 

2824 

2827 

2828 

2830 

2831 

28:i3 

2837 

2841 

2842 

2851 

2851 

2852 

2854 

2855 

2856 

2857 

2858 

2860 

2862 

2863 

2864 

2865 

2866 

2867 

2869 

2871 

2872 

2873 

2874 

2875 

2876 

2881 

2884 

2887 

2888 

2889 

2892 

2893 

2894 



D, T, W. . . , 

D.T 

D.T.W... 
D.T.W... 

D,T 

T 

D.T.W... 
D, T, W. . . 
D,T,W... 

T 

D,T 

D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 
D,T,W-.. 
D,T,W. 



District. 



3 



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...do 

do 

...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 

....do 

...do 
...do 

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D,T.W.... ....do 

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D,T,W.. ..!... .do 

D,T ....do 

D,T,W........do 

T I. ...do 

D,T L.-.do 

D,T,W.... ....do 

D,T ....do 

D,T,W.. ..!... .do 



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D,T.... 

D,T.... 

D,T.... 

D,T.... 

D, T, W. 

D,T.... 

D, T, W. 

D, T, W. 

D,T,W. 

D, T, W. 

T 

D,T,W. 
D,T.... 
D,T,W. 
D.T.W. 
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D,T,W. 
D,T.... 
D,T.... 

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D.T.... 
D,T.... 
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D,T.... 
D, T, W. 
D,T ... 
D, T . -•. . 
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T 

T 

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D,T,W. 
D,T 



.do . 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
-.do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
t.do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 



D,T,W....i....do 



D,T 
D,T.... 
D,T.... 
D,T.... 
D,T,AV. 
D,T.-.. 
D, T, W. 
W 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.40 



Post-office or 
town. 



Marion 

Jonesville 

Statesville 

Elkville 

Gxover 

Crouse 

Jones Creek 

ClemmonsviUe. . . 
Pleasant Ridge . . 

Maxwell 

Newton 

...do 

Earl Station 

Jonesville 

Morgantown 

Harmony 

TriT>lett 

YadkinviUe 

Marion. . ......... 

Lovelace 

Cool Spring 

Jennings Mills . . 

Catawba 

Gastonia 

Cherry ville 

Purlear 

Dellaplane 

Marion 

Elkville 

Hickory 

Marion 

Dysortvillo 

Tracadia 

Connty Line 

Osborn ville 

YadkinviUe 

Crouse '. 

Mount Holly 

Calahaln 

Ritchie , 

.Advance 

McCurdy 

Hardin 

Dallas 

....do 

....do 

Cherry ville 

....do 

Lexington 

Harmonv 

Lewisville 

Jonesville 

Statesville.. 

Forbush 

Rutherfordton . . 

Monroe 

Granite Hill.... 

Cornatzer 

Rock Cut 

New Hoi)e 

Jerusalem 

Waco 

YadkinviUe 

Mount Pisgah . . 

Cana 

Shore 

Kings Mountain 

DaUas 

Poors Ford 

Sandy Springs . . 

Mana 

Amity. 

Welcome 

Xaideit .,,,.. r , , 



County. 



6 



McDoweU . . . 

Yadkin 

Ir«deU 

Wilkes 

Cleveland . . . 

Lincoln 

Anaon 

Forsyth 

Graston 

Henderson... 

Catawba 

...do 

Cleveland — 

Yadkin 

Burke 

IredeU 

Watauga — 

Yadkin 

McDoweU ... 

Wilkes 

IredeU. 

....do 

Catawbft 

Gaston 

....do 

Wilkes 

....do 

McDoweU ... 

Wilkes 

Catawba 

McDowell... 

...do 

Yadkin 

Davie 

Wilkes 

Yadkin...... 

Lincoln 

Gaston 

Davie 

Stanley 

Davie 

IredeU 

Gaston 

Gaston 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Davidson .... 

IredeU 

Forsyth 

Yadkin 

IredeU 

Yadkin 

^lutherford ■ . 

•Union 

IredeU 

Davie 

....do 

Iredell 

Davie 

Cleveland . . - 

Yadkin 

Alexander... 

Davie 

Yadkin 

Cleveland — / 
Gaston I 






/ 



f- 



Polk 

. ...do 

Yadkin — 

IredeU 

Davidson.. 



I 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



Ill 



P DiSTILLKRS AND LOCATION OP DISTILLERY WAREHOUSES IN WHICH 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

t 

NORTH CAROLINA— Continued. 



of distiller. 



r 

.lett 

J 

ms 

'urpin . . , 

Id 

rmon — 

a 

jher 

Ige 

burton. 

jer 

riy 

Br 

I.... — 

er 

b , 

>11 

ller 

lenwood. 
I 

)urg .... 
5ody — 

ey 

rgan — 

Btt 

It '.'.'.'.'.'.. 
a 

r 

Qg 

s 

ra 

Siurphy 

t'."*.'."-.' 

reii '.'.'.'. 
Wilson.. 

? 

r 

a 

an 

I 

an 

m 

n 

IS 

tore 



Distillery numlber I ■nj„+.„i«* 
and transaction. I>«trict. 



2 



289C 
2901 
2904 
2905 
2906 
2908 
2912 
2915 
2915 
2920 
2921 
2922 
8923 
•2925 
2926 
2927 
2928 
2930 
2931 
2932 
2933 
2935 
2936 
2938 
2940 
2941 
2942 
2943 
2944 
2945 
2946 
2947 
2950 
2952 
2953 
2954 
2954 
4002 

4003 
4004 
4005 
4006 
4007 
4008 
4010 
4011 

4012 
4014 
4015 
4016 
4017 
4020 
4021 
4022 
4023 
4024 
4028 
4030 
4031 
4032 
4035 
4036 
4037 
4038 
4038 
4040 
4041 
4042 
4044 
4045 
4046 
4047 



3 



T Fifth. 

D,T do. 

T do. 

D,W do . 

D,T,AV do. 

D,T ..do,- 

T do. 

T...-N do- 

D.T.W do. 

D,T do. 

D,T do. 

D.T do. 

T do. 

D,T,W do. 



D,T 
D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 

T 

D,T.... 
D, T . . . . 
D, T, W. 

T 

T 

D,T.... 

T 

D,T.... 

T 

T 

D,T.... 
D,T,W. 
D, T . . . . 

T 

D,T,AV. 
D.T.W. 
D,T,W. 
D, T . . . . 
D, T, W. 
T 



T 

D,T ... 
D,T,W. 

T 

D,T.... 
I),T.... 

T 

T 



.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
-do 
do 
.do 
.do 



Tost-office or 
town. 



D.T do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W.... ....do 

D,T,A7 do 

D,T,W do 

T '....do 

D,T do 

D,T,W do 

I>,W do 

D,T do 

D,T,W do 

D,T ....do 

D,T |....do 

D,T,W.... ...do 

D.T.W... .....do 

W '....do 

D.T j....do 

D,T ....do 

T !....do 

T ....do 

D,T,W....'....do 

T i....do 

D,T,AV.... ...do 

D,T,W....I..?..do 

P,T,W.,,.j.,..do 



Fork Church 

Boomer 

Advance 

Fork Church 

Purlear 

Otter Creek 

Iron Duff. 

Earl Station 

Kinecs Mouucaiu . 

Lowell 

Chestnut 

Spillman 

Amity Hill 

Mocksville 

Nicholsons Mills . 

Brevard 

Clio 

Erwinsville 

Harmony 

Evaline 

Mulberry 

Old Fort 

Redlaiid 

Hannersville 

Lincoln ton 

Rockford 

Jonesville 

Elkin 

Fork Church 

Kings Mountain 

Salisbury 

Dallas 

Thermal City.... 

Knight 

Tonis Creek 

Marion 

....do 

Cross Roads 

Church. 

Canton 

Catawba... 

Otter Creek 

Marion 

Claremout 

Vance 

Fruitland 

Cross Roads 

Church. 

Lomax 

Marion 

Accommodate , . . 

Creeulesa 

Grover . . , 

Saw 

Salisbury 

Mount ]3ethel 

Cronse 

Kemersville 

Eupeptic Springs 

Harmony 

Old Port 

Ellen boro 

Stoney Hill 

Purlear 

Wilkesboro 

Glen Alpiu 

do 

Connellys Springs 
Warlicks Mills . . 

Marion ». . . 

Mana 

Jonesville 

Stanley Creek... 
Cherry ville...... 



County. 



5 



Davie 

Wilkes 

Davie 

....do 

Wilkes 

Rutherford . 
Haywood . . . 
Cleveland... 

...do 

Gaston 

Catawba 

Yadkin 

Iredell 

Davie 

Iredell 

Transylvania 

Iredell 

Cleveland. . . 

Iredell 

..-.do 

Wilkes 

McDowell .. 

Davie 

Davidson . . . 

Lincoln 

Surry 

Yadkin 

Surrey 

Davie 

("leveland... 

Rowan 

Gaston 

McDowell .. 
Henderson . . 
McDowell . . 

...do 

....do....... 

Yadkin 



Haywood . . 
Catawba... 
McDowell . 

...do 

Catawba... 

Iredell 

Henderson 
Yadkin 



Wilkes 

McDowell . 
Rutherford 
McDowell . 
Cleveland.. 

Rowan 

...do 

Alexander. 

Lincoln 

Forsyth 

Iredell 

...do 

McDowell . . 
Rutherford , 

Wilkes 

...do 

...do , 

Burke 

...do 

— do 

...do 

McDowell .. 

Yadkin 

....do , 

Gaston 

....do 



Sec- 
tion of 
Stote. 



O 



t T- 



w. 

NW. 

W. 

W. 
NW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

w. 

NW. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

SW. 

w. 

SW. 

w. 
w. 

NW. 

w. 
w. 
c. 

SW. 

NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

W. 

SW. 

w. 

SW. 

w. 

SW. 

w. 
w. 
w. 

NW. 
SW. 

w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

SW. 
NW. 

NW. 
W. 

SW. 

w. 

SW. 

w. 
w, 
w. 

SW. 

N. 

w. 
w. 
w. 

SW. 
NW. 

NW, 

NW. 

W. 

w 
w. 
w. 
w. 

NW. 

KW. 
SW. 

pw, 



112 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names of Distillers and Location op Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

NORTH CAROLINA— Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



Mock Morgan 

J.T.Holland 

L C. Hildebrand 

A.P.Hick8 

J. M. Childers 

James Combs 

E.E.Vogler 

T.H. Crouch 

James Lonsford 

N.M.Privett 

A. D. Parks 

Wilbelm & Steen 

J. J. Wise 

J. L. Bowers 

M. T.Parham 

H. M. Hoffman 

J.C.Curtis 

P.S.Hafer 

W.P.Arey 

M. L. Beam 

F.P.Rhyne 

J. A. Blanton 

A A. Bynum 

L. L. Smith 

\V. R. Lowery 

T.M.A. Ware 

J. P. Salmons 

R. L. Ervins 

D. B. Mastin 

F.B.Logan 

Abramson & Guthmau . . . 

Davidson & Lemly 

J . B. Lanier 

T. A.Meroney 

J.W.Gamble 

C.R.Cod3r, 

J. H. Bami 

r.C.Sclienk 

D. S. Helderman 

C.S. Holland 

McKeuzie Williams 

J. L. Whittington 

J. A. Dinkins j 

M.S. Shields 

J . B, LoDon 

H. T.Henning 

M.T.Bums 

J. H. McNeeley 

Fralev & Messick 

M. J . Misenheimer 

J.D.Hovle 

B.B. Woolley 

Reid & Diike 

J.G.Little 

W. T. Reinhardt 

A.P.Whitener 

D.G.Propst 

Adolph Schayer 

C.A. Shook 

W. A. Deal 

KW.Belk 

Joseph Smith 

Sancfford Chin 

D. P. Templeton 

F.O.Hays 

J. L. Morgan 

Jacob Morgan 

W.M.Eagle 

C. Hartman 

James Combs 

J. B. Lonan 

A. J. Bain 

Calloway & Co 

J.F. Prevelt 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



4048 
4049 
4051 
4052 
4053 
4054 
4055 
4056 
4059 
4061 
4062 
406H 
4065 
4066 
4067 
4068 
4069 
4070 
4071 
4071 
4072 
4073 
4074 
4075 
4076 
4077 
4078 
4081 
4082 
4083 
4084 
4085 
4086 
4086 
4088 
4089 
4091 
4092 
4093 
4094 
4095 
4096 
4098 
4099 
4100 
4101 
4104 
4106 
4107 
4108 
4109 
4110 
4111 
4112 
4113 
4114 
4115 
4116 
4118 
4122 
4124 
4127 
4129 
4130 
4135 
4136 
4138 
4140 
4140 
4143 
4144 
4145 
4148 
4147 



D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

T 

D 

D 

T 

D 

D 

T 

D 

T 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

T 

D, 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

T 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

T 

D 



T.... 
T,W. 
T.... 
T.... 
T,W. 
T.... 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T...- 
T,W. 
T.... 



T,W. 
T.... 



T.... 
T,W. 



T...- 
T... 
T,W. 
T.... 
T.... 
T.... 
T.... 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T.... 
T.... 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T.... 
T,W. 
T.... 
T,W. 
T.... 
T.... 
T,W. 
T.... 
W ... 
T.... 
T.... 
T.... 
T,W. 
T.W- 
T.... 
T.... 
T.... 
T.... 
T,W. 



District. 



3 



T, W. . . 

T 

T, W. . . 
T,W.... ....do 



Afth 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 

...ao 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— no 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

. - .do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



Post-office or 
town. 



T,W. 

T,W. 

T.... 

T.... 

T.... 

T,W. 

T.... 

T.... 

T,W. 

T.... 

T.... 

T,W. 

T,W. 

W ... 

T.... 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.Vio 
.do 



Lisk 

Cool Spring 

Glen Alpin .. — 

Drumsville 

Vashti 

Lovelace 

Advance 

Kilby. 

Lovelace.. « 

...do 

Taylorsville 

Cleveland 

Nebo 

Ilex 

Crowders Creek . 

South River 

Mocksville 

Poly carp 

Salisbury 

....do -.... 

Gaatonia 

Shelbv 

Lincolnton 

Stanleys Creek . . 
Kings Mountain. 

. .1 do — 

Black Mountain , 
Rutherfordton. . . 

Dellaplane 

Itom 

Glen Ayre 

Troutmans 

Salisbury 

...do 

Gastonia 

Hickory 

Pool 

Marion 

Bandy 

Olin 

Morganton , 

Whittington 

Tadkinville 

Sandy Springs.. 

North Cove 

Tracadia 

Warlicks Mills.. 

Statesville 

Williamsburg . . . 

GoldHiU 

Camp Creek. 

Cherry ville 

Statesville 

Dallas 

...do 

Hickory 

Plateau 

Kings Mountain. 

Claremont 

....do ... 

Cleone 

Saw Mill 

Millstone 

Jennings 

Purlear 

Marion 

Pool 

Salisbury 

..-.do.... 

Lovelace 

North Cove 

Belmont 

Elk Park 

Lovelace 



County. 



5 



Rowan ... 

Iredell 

Burke — 
Catawba.. 
Alexander 
Wilkes... 

Davie 

Alexander 
Wilkes... 

— do 

Alexander 
Rowan — 
McDowell 
Davidson . 
Gaston ... 
Rowan — 

Davie 

Alexander 
Rowan — 

....do 

Gaston ... 
Cleveland. 
Lincoln... 
Gaston ... 
Cleveland. 

....do 

Buncombe 

Rntherfo: 

Wilkes 

Rutherfo: 

Mitchell.. 

Iredell — 

Rowan.. 4. 

....do 

Gaston ... 
Catawba. . 
Rowan — 
McDowell 
Catawba. . 
Iredell — 
Burke — 
Wilkes... 
Yadkin... 

Polk 

McDowell 
Yadkin... 
Burke.... 
Iredell — 

...do 

Rowan — 
Burke — 
Gaston . . . 
Iredell.... 
Gaston . . . 

...do 

Catawba. . 

...do 

Cleveland 
Catawba. . 

.-..do 

Union — 
Caldwell . 
Catawba. . 
Iredell — 
Wilkes . - . 
McDowell 
Rowan ... 

...do 

...do 

Wilkes.. - 
McDowell 
Gaston ... 
Mitchell.. 
Wilkes ... 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 




-. 1 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



113 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

NORTH CAROLINA— Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



CD.Black 

J. C. Walker 

L.E.Davis 

J.W.Riley 

G.LKlultz 

D.A.Loug 

W.H.Earo 

J.S.BnRsel 

James Koberts 

S.B. Sogers 

W.S.Richarart 

A. P. Fromber«;er 

D.AEanipe 

J.W.Wmiams 

John W. Lindsay 

J.M.Eldridgu 

F.P.Rhyne 

J.J.Idol 

J.E.Setaer 

JohnOarson 

J.W.Bowles 

M. M. Lineberger 

J>E.Hatcbins 

E.L.LittIe ..-. 

M. P. Stroiip 

C. If. Bailey 

A. C. Tromman 

S.T. Hovis 

o- A. Joy 

^. H. Cfeninger 

^•t. Shores 

Coleman, Craig & Co 

J^'lEL Lowery 

•• P. Bellinger 

^•K. Myers 

G. Little 

A. Burkley 

O. Jenkins 

S.Kelley 

A. Long 

Y* A. Baainger 

Jr^H. Woolley 

^-«tters &. Skeen 

^::^ F.Forbes 

J^, B. Blackwood 

^^08. Fisher 

aJ- A.Cooper 

^- S. Hafer 

* H. Turner 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 






^ B- Sains 

- ^MihAn Howard.. 

- ^A.Khyne 

2- J. HnfTstetler. . 

^ ~ M. Koberts 

^•^Im S. Babe 

Settlemire. 
Hill 



Lr C5.Rhyne 
^O. Hays 



-H. Miller.... 
J^"- A. Murphy.. 

*- Or.Pearcy 

^- C.ElUott 

g^ H. Patterson. 
^. :M. HuflFmau , 
2^- Li. Dorse tt. . . 
^« T. Henning. 
2-J^. Dellinger.. 
W. T.Myers... 
^^- X*. Leonard. . . 
■«[• ^. Jenkins... 
^:E. Prevelt.... 

X>.s. Stack 

a Alley 



4149 

4150 

4151 

4153 

4156 

4155 

4157 

4158 

4159 

4160 

4161 

4162 

4163 

4165 

4167 

4168 

4170 

4171 

4172 

4174 

4175 

4176 

4178 

4179 

4182 

4183 

4184 

4183 

4187 

4188 

4189 

4191 

4192 

4194 

4195 

4196 

4197 

4198 

4200 

4204 

4205 

4207 

4209 

4212 

4216 

4218 

4219 

4220 

4221 

4223 

4224 

4226 

4228 

4230 

4233 

4236 

4238 

4239 

4240 

4242 

4243 

4246 

4247 

4248 

4249 

4252 

4254 

4255 

4259 

4260 

4262 

4263 

4264 

4265 



D,T.... 

T 

D,T.... 
D,T.... 
D, T, W. 
D,T.... 
D, T . . - - 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D,W ... 
D,T.... 
D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 

T 

D.T.W. 
D,T,W. 
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Post-oflice or 
town. 



.> — 



Cronse 

Dockery 

Lewis i'ork 

China Grove..... 

Trading Ford 

Cherry ville 

Goshen 

Moravian Falls . . 

Lovelace..! 

Clover 

Stanley Creek . . . 

Gastonia. 

Marion 

Forbnsh 

MelvinHill 

Dellaplain 

Gastonia 

Abbotts Creek... 

Newton 

Marion 

Weisner 

Linculnton 

Tracadia 

Lowell 

Crouse 

Morven 

States ville 

Gastonia 

Stanleys Creek . . 

Iron Station 

Hunters ville 

Gamewell 

Kings Mountain . 

Erwmsville 

Jennings Mills . . 

Dallas 

Statesville 

Grover 

Old Fort 

Lincoln ton 

Millertowu 

Ctierrv ville 

Cid..' 

Crowders Creek. 

"Waco 

Ecusta 

Hickory 

Polycarp 

Old Fort 

Pino 

Redland 

Gastonia 

Crouse 

Earl 

Kutherfordton. . . 

Pearson 

Forest City 

Bessemer City . . . 

Millers Creek 

Salisbury 

Morganton 

Joy 



County. 



5 



Kings Mountain. 
— do 



Morganton 

Porter 

Tracadia 

Erwinsville 

Ephesus 

Lexington 

Earl Station 

Jennnings Mills. 

Olin ...., 

C^tawha ,,,, 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



Lincoln 

Wilkes..:.. 

...do 

Rowan 

...do 

Gaston 

Wilkes 

...do 

...do 

Polk ; 

Gaston 

...do 

McDowell ., 

Yadkin 

Polk 

Wilkes 

Gaston 

Davidson .., 
Catawba ... 
McDowell .. 

Iredell 

Lincoln — . 

Yadkin 

Gaston 

Lincoln..... 

Anson 

Iredell 

Gaston 

...do 

Lincoln 

Yadkin .... 
Caldwell... 
Cleveland . . 

...do 

Iredell 

(laston 

Iredell 

Cleveland.. 
McDowell . 

Lincoln 

Rowan 

Gaston .... 
Davidson . . 

Gaston 

Cleveland.. 
Transylvania. 

Catawba 

Alexander.. 
McDowell . . 

Davie 

Davie 

Gaston 

Lincoln 

Cleveland... 
Rutherford . 

Burke 

Rutherford . 

Gaston 

Wilkes 

Rowan 

Burke 

....do 

Cleveland 

....do 

Burke 

Stanley 

Yadkin 

Cleveland 

Davie 

Davidson 

Cleveland 

Iredell 

....do 

CatAwl)» 



SW. 
NW. 
NW. 

W. 

W. 

SW. 

NW. 

NW. 

NW. 

SW. 

SW. 

SW. 

w. 

NW. 
SW. 

NW. 
SW. 

c. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

SW. 
NW. 

NW. 
SW. 

s. 
w. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
NW. 

w. 

SW. 
SW. 

w. 

SW. 

w. 

SW. 

w. 

SW. 

w. 

SW. 

c. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW 

w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

w. 

SW. 
SW. 

NW. 

w. 
w. 
w. 

SW. 
SW. 

w. 
c. 

NW. 
SW. 

w. 
c. 

SW. 

w. 
w. 
w. 



114 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names op Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

NORTH CAKOLINA- Coiitiniied. 



Name of diatillcr. 

1 



: Distillery number | district, 
and trauaactioii. ^•o"'^*-. 



PoHt-ofllce or 
town. 



County. 



I Soc- 
1 tioii of 
State. 



G.F.Mltcbell ' 4267 

F.H.Hamby ! 4268 

B. B. Jackson , 4269 

J.W.Pless ! 4270 



J. C. Simmons . . 
Jas. E. Merideth 
R. A. Somers . . . 
C. C. Hampton . . 



4273 
4274 
4275 
4277 



J.L.Dor8ett i 4278 

E.S.Collin8 4279 

4281 
4282 
4283 



J. H. Holcomb 

Old Nick Whisky Co. 
E.H. Abemetliy. 



C. A. Shook 

C. S. Carpenter 

A. J. Arp 

H. M. Detmore 

S.D. Freeze 
owns & Pen land . . . 

R. L.Todd 

Lancaster & Metcalf . 

F. S. Hanna 

Thos.F. Thorne 

P.D.Williams 

Do 

J. S. Carpenter 

J. K. Ewart 

S. Taylor 

T.T.Walker 

P.J.Holland 

Do 

G.L.Daync 

P. H. Snider 



J.F.Idaac | 4285 

4287 
4289 
4293 
4295 
4296 
4297 
4298 
4299 
4300 
4303 
4303 
4303 
4304 
4306 
4307 
4308 
4309 
4310 
4311 
4313 
4315 
4316 
4317 
4319 
4320 
4321 
4322 
4324 
4425 
4328 
4329 
4330 
4332 
4334 
4334 
4335 
4336 
4337 
4338 
4342 
4-344 
4345 
4346 
4350 
4351 
4354 
4356 
4357 
4358 
4359 
4361 
4361 
4363 
4366 
4367 
4368 
4372 
4373 
4374 



James Spilimau 

N. A. Douglas 

Saluda Dist. Co 

J. L. Morgan 

W.W.Pence 

C.W.Pope 

Merrell & Lank ford . . 

J. E. Tatum 

S.Hine 

James Mitchell 

D. O. Comatzer 

W. McCurry 

Moses J. Peterson 

Thos. Hester 

J. H. Amey. 

S. P. Graham 

L D. McLean 

Wm. Shook 

D.F.Messick 

F. Q. Johnson 

W. A. Douglass 

W. T. S. Myers 

J.M. Stout 

John Ramsey 

W. B. Feagaiis 

J. L. and C. W. DaUon 
B. F. Blackburn 

A. E. Roberts 

C.V. Spillman 

B. L. Sizemoro 

L. L. LaJl. 

C.C.Lail 

R. L. Davis 

R.F. Jester 

J. S. Carpenter ... 

J. H. Shores 

J. F. HeAsen 

J.H.Woolley 

}t. H. DarnQroUr t r . > ' t • 



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D,W ....do 

D,T ....do 

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D. 
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D, 
D, 
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D, 
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D. 
D, 
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...do 
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Osbomville 

Mount Zion ...... 

Hendersonvilie . 

China Grove 

Darby 

Thomasville 

Welcome 

Distillery in Lan- 
drum, S. C. 

Lexington 

Martin 

Longtown 

Panuier Creek.. 
Stanley Creek... 

Catfish 

New Sterling . . . 

Carpenter , 

Culberson 

Bryson City 

Statesville 

Franklin 

Spillman 

Dike 

Baton 

Mill Springs 

do 

....do 

Crouse 

Rock Cut 

Day Book 

Jennings 

Olin 

...do 

Stoney Fork 

Mount Vernon . 

Spillman 

Waugh 

Saluda 

Marion 

Phi 

Broad Shoals — 

Brevard 

Olin 

...do 

Jennings Mills . . 

Comatzer 

Day Book , 

Day Book 

Glen Alpine 

do 

Williamsburg . . . 

Wilkesboro , 

Catfi.sh 

Williamsburg ... 

Gilreatu 

Statesville 

Fork Church 

Purlear 

Saluda 

Collin 8 ville 

Leatherman 

Kernersville 

Osbomville 

Spillman 

Chestnut Ridge. . 

Glen Alpine 

do 

Crouse 

Poindexter 

Crouse 

Maua 

Brevard 

Cherry ville 

Ga^toflia..,.,.,., 



5 



6 



Iredell W. 

Wilkes NW. 

Henderson ..: SW. 

Rowan I W . 

Wilkes I NW. 

Davidson j C. 

...do C. 

Polk SW. 



Davidson 

Yadkin 

....do 

....do 

Gaston 

Catawba 

Iredell 

Gaston 

Cherokee 

Swain 

Iredell 

Macon 

Yadkin 

Polk 

Caldwell 

Polk 

....do 

...do 

Lincoln 

Iredell 

Yancey 

Iredell. 

....do 

....do 

Watauga 

Rowan 

Yadkin 

Iredell 

Henderson .. 
McDowell . . . 

Rowan 

Alexander. . . 
Transylvania 

Iredell 

...do 

...do 

Davie 

Yancey 

— do 

Burke 

...do 

Iredell 

Wilkes 

Catawba 

Iredell 

AVilkes 

Iredell 

Davie 

Wilkes 

Polk 

...do 

Macon 

Forsy the 

Wilkes 

Yadkin 

.. do 

Burke i 

...do I 

Lincoln I 

Yadkin 

Lincoln 

Yadkin 

Transylvania 

Gaston 

..,do. •• 



C. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

SW. 

w. 
w. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

w. 

SW. 
NW. 
SW. 

w. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

AV. 
NW. 

W. 

W. 

w. 

NW. 

W. 

NW. 

W, 

SW. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

SW. 

w. 

AV. 
W. 
W. 

Nw^ 

NW. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

NW. 

W. 

W. 
NW. 

W. 

W.. 
NW. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

N. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

W. 

W. 
SW. 
NW. 
SW. 
NW. 
SW 
SW. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



115 



Names op Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

NORTH CABOLiyA— Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery number 
and transacion. 



B.().Jeiikin8 4375 

UHaiulin 4376 

Z.P.Deal 4377 

W. S. Green & Co 4378 

C.A.Hartnian 4380 

B.J\ Tedder 4382 

H,A.Beaver 4383 

J.W.Brown 4384 

ILKPrince 4385 

A.J.Drum 4386 

J.G.Aderholdt 4388 

J.N.RusBell 4389 

L.R.Comwell 4390 

RW.Keith 4391 

D.F.Messick 4395 

A.E.Shore 4396 

L.J.Salmon8 4397 

A.D.Park8 4402 

D.A.Lonfr 4403 

M.F.Burn8 4404 

M.W.Logan 4405 

J.A.Whi8enant 4406 

J.M.Bridges 4407 

F.P.CIements 4408 

KLCook 4409 

J.M.Warren 4410 

S.Killian 4411 

Robert Wadkins..-. 4412 

J.P.Bolin 4413 

W.J.Ma8on 4414 

FrankFoster 4415 

C.A.Cline 4417 

Wm.Shook 4418 

J.a.Taylor 4419 

J.Parker 4421 

J.A.Poplin 4422 

S.L.Brown i 4423 

Wm.Kelley j 4434 

M.B.Hagen I 4425 

B.B.Woolley i 4426 

Jas. Mitchell ! 4427 

4428 
4429 
4430 



A. S. Alley 
J. A. Murphy 

C.A. Ki8er , 

W. H. Anderson 4431 

Aelwn Jarvis i 4433 

5-J.Etley I 44.34 

F.P.Davw 4435 

Alfred Stewart 4436 

5.J. Stack 4438 

CM.Cnrry 4439 

C.N.Emott 4440 

J.W.Hanly 4441 

F.M.Harris 4442 

i-W-Hartenstein 4443 

H.L.Cook 4444 

ftady&Blytbe 4445 

H.B.Gny j 4450 

A. A Anderson ! 4454 

l[.V.Clouinger : 4455 

£.Aninan ■ 4456 

G«orgo Lackey 4457 

A. C. Comffl.t.7.«r 



District. 



Post-office or 
town. 



County. 



D,T, W.... Fifth 
D,T,W... .;..-. do 

D.T i....do 

D,T,W....i....do 

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D,T ...do 

D.T ..,.do 

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D,T ..-.do 

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4458 



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Grover 

Salisbury 

Kilby 

Clingman 

Faniiington 

Gilreatn 

Vance 

Grant Hill 

Bessemer City... 

Hickory 

Game well 

Fletcher 

Collinsville 

Culberson 

Williamsburg . . . 

Shore 

Brier Creek 

Taylorsvillo 

Lincoluton 

Hartland 

Montford 

Morganton 

First Broad 

Collinsville 

Hickory 

New Hope 

Hickory 

Viands 

Eaatfield 

McCurdy , 

Salisbury 

Maiden 

Catfish 

Suit 

Old Fort 

Koaring River... 

Mica 

Old Fort 

Dysortville 

Cherry ville 

Morganton 

Catawba 

Republic 

Suapp 

Brasstown 

Lovelace 

Hartland 

Bowmans Bluff . 

Grover 

Clin 

Lovelace 

Marion 

Nealsville 

Old Fort 

Swannanoa 

Farmington 

Ecusta 

Hothouse 

Culberson 

Iron Station 

McFarlan , 

Morganton 

Comatzer 



5 



Cleveland — 

Rowan 

Alexander . . . 

Wilkes 

Davie 

Wilkes 

Iredell 

...do 

Gaston 

Catawba 

Caldwell 

Henderson... 

Polk 

Cherokee 

Iredell 

Yadkin 

Wilkes 

Alexander... 

Lincoln 

Burke 

McDowell . . . 

Burke 

Rutherford . . 

Polk 

Burke 

Iredell 

Catawba 

Wilkes 

Cabarrus 

Iredell 

Rowan 

Catawba 

....do 

Cherokee 

McDowell . . . 

Wilkes 

McDowell . . . 

....do 

...do 

Gaston 

Burke 

Catawba 

Yadkin 

Gaston 

Clay 

Wilkes 

Burke 

HenderAon .. 

Cleveland 

Iredell 

Wilkes 

McDowell . . . 

....do 

....do...:.... 
Buncombe . . . 

Davie 

Transylvania 
Cherokee . . 

....do 

Lincoln 

Anson 

Burke 

Davie 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



SW.. 

W. 

W. 
NW. 

W. 
NW. 

W. 

W. 
SW. 

w. 
w. 

SW. 

SW. 
SW. 

w. 

NW. 
NW. 

W. 
SW. 

W. 

w. 
w. 

SW. 
SW. 

w. 
w. 
w. 

NW. 
SW. 

w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

SW. 

w. 

NW. 

w. 
w. 
w. 

SW. 

w. 
w. 

NW. 
SW. 
SW. 
NW. 

w. 

SW. 
SW. 

w. 

NW. 
W. 
W. 
W. 

w. 
w. 

SW. 
SW. 

SW: 

SW. 

s. 

w. 

w. 



OHIO. 



Th« Clifton Springs Dist. 

"^ Dodaworth Dist. Co. 
_ No. 2. 

I^wisO. Maddux, as Mad- 
»««. «ObjMii ^ Co, 



1 I D, T, W. 

2 j D.T,W. 
5 T.W... 



First. 

...do 

....do 



Cincinnati. 
Carthage . . 
Cinciiina^i . 



Hamilton , 
— do ... . 



.do ,*,, 



SW. 
SW. 
SW, 




116 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in whici 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

OHIO— Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



Lewis O. Maddaz, as the 
Union Dist. Co. 

Lewis O. Maddux, as the 
Star Dist. Co. 

O.L. Perrin, as the Con- 
solidated Dist. Co. 

I). Rohrer 

O. L. Perrin, as the Storrs 
Dist. Co. 

Julias Freiberg, as Frei- 
berg &, Workum. 

Julius Freiberg, as J. Z. T. 
Kobitzer. 

Fleischmann &, Co 

G.T Booker 

Lewis Hayner 

C.C.Hayner 

L. Hayner & Son 

Andrew Staley 

James Emmitt 

M. A. Cesner : . . . 

C. Kqpp 

The Spring Lane Disc Co. 

O.M. Gilbert 

KCBigbee 

John Kamser 

F.W.Thorla 

L.Twinem : 

Wire & Welsh 

S. Wachuer 

The Mogadore Dist. Co . . . 

Miller & Weiss 

Chas. O. Hoyman , 

Eckert Bros 

Peters & Greiger 

Metts Dist. Co. .*. 

Do 

C. K. Bowman 

John Seiger 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



5 

5 

6 

11 
12 

13 

13 

21 

22 

2 

2 

2 

5 

2 

4 

5 

7 

18 

19 

1 

2 

3 

5 

6 

6 

7 

9 

10 

11 

15 

15 

18 

33 



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T 



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D,T,E,W 

D, T, E, W 

T 



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T, 

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District. 



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.do 
.do 

.do 

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Post-offioe or 
town. 



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...do 

Tenth 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Eleventh . . 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Eighteenth 
do 



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.do 
.do 
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do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Cincinnati. 
...do 



.do 



Germantown 
Cincinnati . . . 



Lynchburg 
...do 



Cincinnati 

Dayton 

Trov 

Bex 

Waverly 

Dresden 

Cardington 

Portsmouth 

Ashley 

Lovermg 

Powhatan Point . 

Kenrock 

Demos 

New Middletown 
Mogadore 

Walnut Creek . . . 

Kellbuck 

Petersburg 

Cleveland 

New Middletown 

....do 

Wooster 

New Springfield . 



County. 



Hamilton 
...do.... 



.do 



Montgomery. 
Hamilton 

Highland 

...do 



Hamilton — 
Montgomery. 

Miami 

...do , 

....do 

...do 

Pike 

Muskingum . 

Morrow 

Scioto 

Delaware 

Knox , 

Belmont 

Noble 

Belmont 

Machoning .. 

Summit 

....do 

Holmes 

....do 

Mahoning . . . 
Cuyahoga ... 
MaJioning ... 

....do 

Wayne 

Mahoning . . . 



Sec- 
tion 
State 



SW. 
SW. 

SW. 

N. 
SW. 

s. 
s. 

s. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

s. 

C. 
C. 

s. 

C. 

c. 

E. 

E 
E 
E 

NE. 

NE. 

C. 

C. 

NE- 
N. 
E. 
E. 
N. 
NE5 



OREGON. 



Medford Dist and Ref. Co 
The Spokane Dist. Co 



Key & Badgett 

Portland Dist. and Milling 

Co. 
The Union town Dist. Co. . . 



1 
3 

4 
5 

35 



T.W ... 
D,T,W. 



T,W 

D, T, S, W 

T,W 



Oregon 
...do.. 



.do 
.do 

.do 



Medford . . . 
Trent 

WestoH 

Grant 

TJniontown 



Jackson — 
Spo kane, 
Wash. 

Umatilla 

Sherman 



Whitman, 
Wash. 



N 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Alex. Young Co., Limited . . 
J. A. Dougherty^s Sons (old 

firm). 
J. A. Dougherty's Sons 

(new firm). 

N. L. Walbach 

J.RStranb 

A.H.DuDkle 

Ira M . Becker 

Kretz & Close 

Adam Stein 

Lonaker & Kinsey 

Jacob G. Kinsey 

Miller & Mponey 

Philadelphia Pure liye 

Whisky Dist. Co., of 

Pennsylyania, Limited. 



1 



8 
10 
11 
18 
39 
45 
65 
65 
75 
77 



D,T.W.., 
T,E,W.. 



D,T,W.... 



D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T.W. 
D,W... 
D,T,W. 
T,W ... 
T,W... 
D,W... 
D,T,W. 
D,T.... 



First 
...do 



.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Philadelphia. 
...do 



.do 



Mount .Stna. . . 
Stetlersyille . . . 
East Berkley . . 
Mount Mtua,. . . 
Exeter Station. 

Kutztown 

Linfleld 

...do 

Womelsdorf . . . 
Eddington 



Philadelphia 
....do 



.do 



Berks 

Lehigh 

Berks 

....do 

...do 

....do 

-Montgomery- 
....do....... 

Berks ■ 

Bucks 



SE. 
S£. 

S£. 

SE. 
B. 
S£. 
SK. 
SB. 
SB. 
SB. 
SB. 
SB. 
S£« 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



117 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

PENNSYLVANIiT-Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



The Wilson Diat. Co 

The Wilson Dist. Co. Lim. 

J.B.Hertzlei 

B.F.Welty 

J. Sechrist 

Martin Grube 

EliasHake 

H.Free&Co 

A.J.Unger 

D.T.Lenker 

A. Brannreuter , 

FredH.Helb,.ir 

John Waidlich 

J.W.Wheler , 

William Fonat 

K. Kan ifmau , 

R. Johnston 

N.Miller 

Weaver &, Son 

Hashes & Bros 

HenamDi8t.Co 

Harks &Ende8 

J.LMarka 

C. Habecker 

J. C. Clngaton 

Levi M. Lanck 

John Shawver 

John A. Shawver 

A.B.Sheaffer 

A. S. Bnrkholder 

• A. B. Fyam 

S. S. Bnmbangh 

Jacob F. Sbeaflfer 

Jursh & Lanck 

Jrough & Lanck 

JV.C.McNulty 

J- C. Clugston 

g. B. & P. C. Hartman. . . 

-E, B. Hartman 

:^.B.Sheaffer 

-N^.A.Sherb 

-A.. S. Bomberger & Bro. . . 
•^-- S. Bomberger & Son . . . 

William F. RomiK 

*■ . R. Fowler & Co 

^ Do 

jCfller&Dick 

^3^«o. N. Oyster 

-^. Cole &. Son 

-A.,C. St«ckel 

-Ai.sh&Bro 

^oelReish 

■^hilip K.Fisher 

« - P. & T. H. Shoemaker. 

«ohn O. Siegel 

^ottiieb Haag 

•JfoahW.Ebv 

Jacob Werkheiser 

^nith & Jones 

^gh R. Jones, jr 

Wm. Xace 

B.F.Edgar&Co 

?.F.Edgar 

JphnSchaad 

l«omianCole 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



^kr, McHenry & Co ... . 
A-Gackenheimer & Bro. 

LK.Borsen 

f-Overholt&Co-, 

io«.S.Finch&Co 

Ahe Large Dist. Co 

^ Bo 

%m South 



I 
1 
3 

4 
5 
6 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
12 
A3 
14 
15 
18 
10 
20 
21 
22 
26 
27 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
31 
32 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
36 
37 
38 
39 
39 
40 
42 
48 
48 
9 
11 
11 
12 
13 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
27 
27 
28 
29 
29 
30 
31 

33 
1 

2 
3 
4 
a5 
5 
6 



T, 
T, 
D. 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 

D, 
D, 
D. 
T. 

D, 
T, 
T. 

T, 

D, 
T, 

S' 
D. 

D, 

T. 

D, 

D, 

T. 

T. 

T. 

D, 

T. 

D. 

D, 

D, 

D, 

T. 

T, 

D, 

D, 

T, 

D, 

D, 

D, 

D, 

D, 

D, 

T, 

D, 

D, 

D, 

T. 

D, 

D. 

D, 

D, 

D, 

D, 

D. 

D, 

D, 

S' 
D, 

T, 

D, 

D, 

T, 

I>, 

D, 
D, 

D. 
D. 
D, 
T. 
D. 
D, 



E,W... 

W 

T,W... 
T,W... 
T,W... 
T,W... 
T.W... 
T.W... 
T,W... 
T,W... 



T,W. 
W ... 
W ... 
T,W. 
W ... 
T.W. 
W ... 
T, W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



T.W. 
T,W. 



District. 



T,W. 



T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



W 

T,W... 
T, W... 

W 

T,W... 
T,W... 

T,W....i....do 
T,W....|....do 

W i....do 

T,W.... Twelfth 



Ninth 

,*..do. 

...do. 

...do. 

....do. 

...do. 

....do. 

....do. 

...do. 

do. 

....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
...do. 
...do. 
....do. 
....do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do . 
...do. 
...do. 



W 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



T,W. 
T.W. 
T,W. 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



T,W. ...... .do 



T,W 



do 



T,W.... ....do 

T,W.... . 

T,W.... . 

T,W 

T,W.... . 
T,W....i. 

W \. 

T.W.... . 

W 

W i 



.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 
.do 
T,W.. ..;... .do 



T,W. ...... .do 

T,E,W- Twenty 
I third. 

T, W I do 

T,E,W.i....do 

T,E,W.,....do 

! do 



T,W. 
T,W. 



.do 
.do 



Post-oflSce or 
town. 



Hi 



ghspire 



Lititz 

Waynesboro 

Fclton 

Huntingdon 

Fairview 

Etters 

Cove Gap 

Millersbnrg .... 

Railroad 

....do 

Foltz 

Newville 

Glen Rock 

Sporting Hill..., 

Greencastle 

Elizabeth ville . . 

...do 

Shellsburg 

Hellam , 

.*!!r:'!'."':«;::-:: 

Penn 

Waynesboro..... 
Bowmansville . . . 
Middlesworth . . . 

....do 

Lancaster 

....do 

Kegg 

New Enterprise. 
Lancaster ... — 
York Springs — 

do 

Chambersburg .. 

Waynesboro 

Penn's Creek 

....do 

Lancaster 

Bandana 

Scheaffertown . . . 

....do 

Stockertown 

Pine Summit 

....do 

Bath 

Washingtonville. 

Coles Creek 

Bath 

Briar Creek 

Cowan 

Mnncev 

Clarkstown 

Salladasbiirg 

Pleasant Gap 

Woodward 

Stockertown 

Bath 

...do 

Petersville 

Stillwater 

....do 

Bemice 

Mifflin Cross 
Roads. 

Benson 

Fre.epoit , 



County. 



Fredericktown . 

Broad Ford 

Pittsburg 

West Elizabeth. 

...do 

BaldHiU 



5 



Dauphin 

...do 

Lancaster ... 

Franklin 

York 

Huntingdon . 

York 

...do 

Franklin 

Dauphin 

York 

....do 

Franklin 

Cumberland . 

York 

Lancaster ... 

Franklin 

Dauphin 

do 

Bedford 

York ,... 

Snvder 

....*do 

Lancaster . . . 

Franklin 

York 

Snyder 

do 

Lancaster ... 

...do 

Bedford 

...do 

Lancaster . . . 

Adams 

...do 

Franklin 

...do 

Snyder 

...do 

Lancaster ... 

York 

Lebanon 

...do 

Northampton 

Columbia 

...do 

Northampton 

Montour 

Columbia 

Northampton 

Columbia 

Union 

Lycoming ... 

do 

...do 

Center 

...do 

Northampton 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Columbia .... 

...do 

Sullivan 

Columbia 



...do 

Armstrong .. 

Washington . 

Fayette 

Allegheny . . 

do 

....do 

Greene 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



C. 
C. 

SB. 
S. 
S. 
C. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

C. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 

SE. 

s. 
c. 
c. 
s. 
s. 
c- 
c. 

SB. 
S. 

s. 
c. 
c. 

SE. 
SE. 

S. 

S. 
SE. 

S. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
c. 
c. 

SE. 
S. 
SE. 
SB. 
E. 
C. 
C. 
E. 
C. 
C. 
E. 
C. 
C. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
C. 
C. 
E. 
E. 
E. 
E. 
C. 

a 

N. 
C. 

C. 

w. 

sw. 
sw. 
sw. 
sw. 
sw. 
sw. 



118 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names op Distillers and Location op Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

PBNNSTL¥Airi A- Continued. 



^ame of distiller. 



The Ph. Hamburger Co — 

Geo. W. Schmidt 

Pennsylvania Dist. Co 

A.&H..Myers 

The Goltzman Dist. Co — 

TJ. B. Lippencott 

The Pen wick Distillery. . . 

Jos. Harrison 

S. T.Gray 

Sunny Side Dist. Co 

IMoore & Sinnott 

S. Dillinger & Sons 

J. R. Gray 

J. R. Gray Dist. Co 

The Hileman Dist. Co 

Kamnerer Manufacturing 
Co. 

Robert McCracken 

James Emery 

Thomas Moore 

"Fry &. Mathias 

M. J. Kennedy 

Leyison & Conen 

H.H.Stahl ....: 

F.W.Barr 

Meadville, Pa., Dist. Co., 
Limited. 

William Britton 

Jessee Baughman 

J. M. Boyd 

J. M. Vandegrift 

W.F.Knight 

V. & C. Huefner 

E. Walters & Co 

Edwin Walters 

E.Bnhl 

Alleeu Moss 

John T. Moss 

Val Henckle : 

N". Bittner , 

Thomas Rees 

Hi^oningDist. Co , 

John M. Topper 

Tomer Peterson & Co 

E. Walters & Co 

J. M. Toppen 

J.F. O'Neill 

Thompson Dist. Co., Lim- 
ited. 

Thompson Dist. Co 

S. K. Metzler 

H.V.Hautz &Co 

Do 

E. Walters & Co 

Vandegrift Dist. Co 

Frank Schlatter 

Hartman & Fogle 

Ellen Williams 

Rieg & Dnmm 

George Stahl 

D. J. Johnson 

John J. Hughes 

S. A. Topper , 

Boyd & Newell 

Walker & Walker 

ScheuleyDist. Co., Limited 

Economy Dist. Co 

Joel Landies & Son 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



7 

8 

8 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

U 

15 
16 
16 
17 
18 

19 
20 
21 
22 

23 
23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 

36 
37 
38 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 

45 
46 
47 

47 
48 
49 
50 
5] 
52 
52 
53 
54 
56 
57 
58 

59 
60 
61 
62 



D,T,E,W 



T,W 

D, T, E, W 

T,W 

T.W 

D,T,E,W 
D, T, W. . . 
D,T, W... 

T,W 

D,T,W... 
D,T,E,W 

D, T, E, W 

T, W 

D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 
T,W 



District. 



Twenty- 
third. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 



Post-oflSce or 
town. 



Brownsville. 



...do... 
Freeport 

— do 

...do... 

Lippincott j Greene 

Cheswick .1 Allegheny 



County. 



5 



Fayette - 



...do 

Armstrong . 

...do 

...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Monongahela . 

Masontown 

West Elizabeth.. 
Gibsonton 

Ruffs Dale 

Grays Landing . . 

ManorvUle 

Kammerer 



T,W 

D,T,W... 
D, T, E, W 
D,T,W... 



T,W 

D,W 

D,T,W.... 
D,T, W.... 
D, T, E. W . 



D,T, 
T,W 
T... 
D,W 
D.T, 
D,T, 
D,T, 
D,T, 
T,W 
D,T 



W. 



.do I Gibbons Glade. 

.do j Millsboro 

.do I McKeesport . . . 

.do ' Manor Station . 



.do Scottdale . . 

.do I do 

.do I Myersdale . 

.do Sand Patch 



.do 



W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 



D, 
D, 

T, 

D, 

T, 

D, 

T 

D, 

D, 

D, 

T. 



T,W. 
T,W. 
W.... 
W ... 
W ... 
T,W. 



T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
E .... 



D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 
T 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Vallonica 



Brownsville 
Sand Patch . 
Allenport... 

...do 

Knox 

Arthur ...*. 

Berlin 

...do 

Clarion 

Fitz Henry . 



.do do 

.do Wellersburg 

.do Glencoe 

.do do 

.do Mahoning 

.do New Baltimore 

.do , Turtle Creek 

.do I Bakersville 

.do New Baltimore . . 

.do j Gibbous Glade. . . 

.do West Brownsville 



Washington 

Fayette 

Allegheny . . 
Westmore- 
land. 

...do 

Greene 

...do 

Armstrong . 
Washington 

Fayette 

Washinjfton 
Allegheny.. 
Westmore- 
land. 

...do 

....do 

Somerset . . - 

. . . . do 

Crawford--. 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



.do 
.do 
.do 



D, T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D, T, E, W.i....do 
T.W i....do 



W 

T,W ... 
D,T,W. 
D, T,W. 
D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 
T.W ... 
D,T,W. 



T,W ... 
D,T,W. 
D,W... 
D.W... 



do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



...do .... 
Metzler.. 
Scottdale 



Fayette 

Somerset . . • 
Washington 

do 

Clarion 

...do 

Somerset . - - 

...do 

Clarion • 

Westmore 
land. 

do • 

Somerset . - - • 

do - '• 

...do - 

Armstrong - 
Somerset . - - 
Allegheny - - 
Somerset . - ' 

...do ' 

Fayette 

Washington* 



Latrobe 

Berlin 

Fredericktown 

Houtzdale 

Berlin 

CarroUton 

...do 

Zelienople 

Fairchance 

Johnstown 

New Baltimore 
New Stanley . . 



Berkley... 
Scheuley . 
Fair Oaks 
Berlin 



....do - 

Somerset . - - 
Westmor^' 
land. 

....do - 

Somerset .- - 
Washington 
Clearfield.. - 
Somerset 
Cambria 
...do.... 
Butler... 
Fayette. 
Cambria . 
Somerset 
Westmore- 
land. 
Somerset . . - 
Armstrong -• 
Beaver — -- 
Somerset 



SW. 

sw. 
w. 

AV. 

W. 

SW 

SW. 

SW. 

SW. 

SW. 

SW. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

w. 

SW. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

SW. 
SW. 

SW. 
SW. 

irw. 

SW. 

sw.« 
sw. 

SW. 

w. 

sw. 

sv. 

s^- 

s^- 
s^. 
^. 

-1 ^%' 

\ sw. 
"\ sw. 

* sW 
'' sw 

"! SW 

! s^ 

' s^ 

-| S^ 

'f c. 

'I s^ 

C. 

c. 
w. 

SW 

c. 

SW. 
SW. 






^ » f 




COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



119 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spikits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



J.D.Stansell 

W.C.Tatham 

J.C.Cox 

H. D. A. Biemann 

E. Bamsev 

fl.Valbratli 

II. D. A. Biemann 

J. R. Cochran 

W.CTatham 

H.Valbrath 

W.CTatham ." 

Lee R. Fisher 

W.JJ. Durham 

Hoke Barton 

T.M.Balew 

W.C. Tatl^am 

G. S. Brigman , 

James E. Payne 

Jno.H. Trammel 

Jno. P. Collins 

A. G.Smith 

N.A.Collins 

W.B.Pearson........ 

E.F.Ellisen 

James Ponder , 

Laton Turner 

T.J.Moodv 

W.J.Pon^er 

I^ng&Man 

S. If. Clark 

G.Q.Smith 

W.H. Deaton 

J.R. Love 

O.F.Hightower 

^R. Stewart 

-Anderson Dist. Co 

Jhos. H.Allen 

S.S.Weir , 

J.S.KeUev 

^A. Collins 

^. F. Roessler 

?J- M. Langley 

^V.H.Addington 



239 

310 
314 
315 
317 
355 
358 
358 
359 
372 
374 
402 
404 
407 
414 
415 
416 
418 
419 
419 
429 
431 
432 
433 
434 
435 
435 
442 
443 
444 
445 
446 
447 
448 
449 
451 
467 
469 
470 
471 
472 
473 
474 



D,T,W. 



District. 



South Caro- 
lina. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



T,W 

D,T,W... 

T 

T 

T 

T 

D,T, W....i....clo 

T,W |....do 

T,W '....do 

W : do 

D,T,W....i....do 

W ! do 

T !....do 

T do 

W do 

W do 

D,T,W do 

D, T,W do 

T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

T ...do 

D,T,W do 

D, T, W... do 

D,T,W ...do 

T ...do 

W ...do 

T,W |....do 

D,T !....do 

D,T,W.. ..{... .do 

D,T,W....!....do 

D,T,W.... ...do 

1»,T, W.... ...do 

D,T,W....-..do 

D,T,W.... ....do 

D,T.W....|....do 

D.W I. ..do 

D,T,W....|....do 
D,T,W....|....do 



Post-office or 
town.' 



County. 



Sunny Dale i Pickens 



Walhalla 

Marietta 

Walhalla 

Snivnia 

Walhalla 

....do 

do 

....do 

....do ... 

....do 

Tryon 

. . . .'do 

Lima 

Ardeu 

Walhalla 

Arden 

Greenville 

Marydell 

do 

JUacksburg... 

Hillsdale 

Sanoma 

Easley 

Willie 

Mayfield 

clo 

Dacusville — 

Camden 

Lexington — 

Walhalla 

Fort Madison. 

Grover 

Lima 

Yorkville 

Moseley 

Nero 

Stroup 

Bellevue 

Modoc 

Greenville — 

Marydell 

Easley 



Oconee 

Greenville . . 

Oconee 

York 

Oconee 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

....do 

Greenville . . . 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Oconee 

Greenville . . . 

....do 

....do 

....do 

York 

Greenville . . . 
...do........ 

Pickens 

Greenville . . . 

...do 

....do 

Pickens 

Kershaw — 
Lexington . . 

Oconee 

..-.do 

York 

Greenville . . 

York 

Anderson — 

York 

....do 

Greenville... 
Edgefield ... 
Greenville . . . 

....do . 

Pickens 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



NW. 

NW. 

NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 

NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 

C. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 
NW. 

N. 
NW. 

N. 

N. 
NW. 

W. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 



TENNESSEE. 



^.W.Gambill.... 

^acob Collins 

?^.M. Smith 

^.W.Mathis 

Joseph Hurley 

-B.I.Welcker 

gjN.Kelley 

Thomas Suider - . - 

'fohn Mills 

Swan dL SlOver 

^[.D.Mays 

S-R-Mclnturiff-- 

yoolsey &. English 
^J^M. Swann 

ys. Wilson 

^^•O.Remier 

-^•J.Mackey ...•--. 

**• Hatmaker 

** • D. Blankinship . 

^•R. Ross 

yj. Parkey 

^H. Johnson 

r'-F. Recce 

'^•M.MiUion 



142 
143 
212 
225 
235 
237 
249 
313 
316 
318 
329 
425 
430 
435 
442 
450 
460 
465 
470 
472 
475 
482 
482 
485 



D.T, 

T... 

D.T, 

D,T, 

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D,T, 

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D,T, 

D,T, 

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D,T, 



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W. .-.'... .do.. 

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W.... ....do .. 

W... I do .. 

W.... ..-.do .. 

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1 do .. 

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W.. ..;... do .. 



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-do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
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Jarvis 

Sneedville 

Paulett 

Sneedville 

Newport 

Adolphus 

Meltabarger 

Piedmont 

Brays 

Dandridge 

Racchits 

Happy Valley . . 
Jearoldstown . . . 

Dandridge 

Adolphus 

Cedar Creek 

Edgeworth 

Hatmaker 

Capuchin 

Meadowfleld 

Yellow Springs. 

Quarter 

do 

Cleveland 



Hawkins . . 
! Hancock. - 
.1 Union 

Hancock... 

Cocke 

London — 

Union 

Jeflcrson .. 

Hancock... 

Jefferson... 

Claiborne . . 

Carter 

Greene 

Jefferson .. 

Loudon — 

Greene 

Sullivan . . . 

Campbell . 

Scott 

Hancock... 
....do 

Claiborne.. 
....do 

Bradley.... 



NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

E. 
NE. 

E. 
NE. 

E. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE.. 

E. 

E. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE.. 
SE. 



-*il, 



A:fXUAL REPORT OF THE 



^ AM> Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 
HELD ON Deposit, etc. — Continned. 

TEXKESSBE— Contioaed. 



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4»1 traiiaaction. 



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490 

49S 

496 
498 

$t)0 
502 
505 
510 
512 



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D, 
T. 
D, 
D, 
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514 I D, 
616 I T. 



520 
522 
525 
527 
530 
535 
540 
542 
545 
550 
552 
555 
557 
560 
562 
665 
567 
570 
671 
675 
577 
680 
581 
585 
587 
600 
591 
692 
593 
604 
595 
696 

697 

598 

600 

601 

2 

5 

5 

6 

11 

14 

29 

82 

62 

63 

63 

64 

64 

83 

110 

135 

210 

210 

210 

210 

210 



W 

D,T,W. 



T,W. 
T,W. 
T.... 



T.W, 

T,w! 

T. .. 



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T.W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T, W,. 



DUtrict. 



Second. 
...do .. 



T,W 
T,W 
T.W 
T.W 
T,W 
T,W....;....do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
..do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Butts Grap 

Warwicks Cross 

Roads. 
Rogersville 

Big Creek Gap !! 

Arthur 

Jacksboro 

Fish Springs 

TwinviUe 



T, W..-.i....do 
T,W....i....do 

T,W do 

T,W 1 do 

T,W do 

T.W ' do 

T, W....i....do 



T.W. 



.do 



T.W.... ...do 



T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T, W. 



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do 

.do 

.do 



T,W.... ....do 

T,W....i....do 



T,W. 
W... 
T.W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



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D,T,W. 
D,W ... 
D,W... 
D,W... 
T, W ... 

T 

T, W ... 
D.T.W. 



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.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



....do 
... do 
...do 
...do 
Fifth 
...do 
....do 
.-..do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



T.W 

T 

D.T.W... 
D, T, W. . . 

T,W 

T 

D,T,W... 
D,T,W....i....do 

T do 

D.T.W do 

T do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

T, W do 

W do 

T, W do 



T, W 



.do 



Hinds Creek 

Luttrell 

KylesFord 

East Fork 

NaveHiU 

Newport 

Chop Stock 

Watauga Valley. 

Ormes Store 

Clinton , 

Lone Mountain . . 

Capuchin 

ElkVallov 

New Sedaiia 

Harrisbnrg 

Pandora 

Strahl 

Kyles Ford 

Edwina 

TalbottH Station. 

Stunip Knob 

Hypatia 

Kewport 

Butler 

Kohdella..., 

Erwin , 

Tate Spring 

Milligan 

Indian Springs . 

Haynes 

Siam 

Pall Mall 

Jacksboro 

Little Barren — 
Warwicks Cro«s 
Roads. 

Gabe 

Milligan 

Edwina 

Cosby 

Owens Hill 

Greenbrier 

...do 

...do 



Connty. 



5 



Hawkins . . 
Union 



Hawkins 

...do 

Campbell 

Claiborne 

Campbell 

Carter 

Knox 

Anderson 

Union 

Hancock 

Sevier 

Union 

Cocke 

Hawkins 

Carter 

Bledsoe 

Andrews 

Claiborne 

Scott 

Campbell 

Hancock 

Sevier 

JohuHon 

Hawkins 

Hancock 

Cocke 

Hamilton 

Johnson 

Claiborne 

Cocke 

Carter 

Union 

Unicoi 

Granger 

Carter 

Sullivan 

Union 

Carter 

Fentress 

Campbell 

Union 

...do 



Sec- 
tion oi 
State. 

6 



Sparta 

Rock Island 

Lois 

Hunt] and 

Lewisburg 

TuUahoma 

...do 

Hawthorne 

do 

Springfield 

Kinney Station.. 

Springfield 

Flintville 

...do 

...do 

...do 



.do 



...do 

Carter 

Cocke 

...do 

Henry 

Robertson 

...do 

...do 



White 

Warren.... 

Moore 

Franklin . . 
Marshall .. 

Coflfee 

...do , 

Bedford.... 

— do 

Robertson . 

do 

...do 

Lincoln — 

...do 

...do 

....do 



.do 



NK 
NE. 

NE. 

NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE, 
NE. 

E. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

E. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

E. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

S. 

N. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

C. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE, 

N. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NW. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

C. 
C. 

s. 
s. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 
c. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

S. 

s. 

s. 
s. 

s. 



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COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



121 



Names op Distillers and Location op Disiillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

TENNESSEE— Continued. 



Namo of distiller. 



J.J.Thomas & Co 

C. H. Burenger & Co 

K. A. "Warren 

Wm. Berry..* , 

DaTis&Co., as Cascade Dist 
Co. 

Barney Patterson 

John Eaton & Co 

John Eaton, as Tolley & 
Eaton. 

W.B. Daniel.. 

'W.B.Danlel.&Co 

J.W.Miteheil 

G.D.Cratcher 

Jack Daniel 

T.F.Wooten 

Alexander Kljen 

GUI Bros 

W.J.Lewis 

H.Bo8e 

J.H.Woodard 

G.P.Wessel 

^ephine Brown 

w. S. Jones 

I*. J. Davis 

Isaac Vanzant 

J; R. £a8t«rwood 

West & Williams 

I*' E. Cunningham & Co 

J'E. Spencer &. Co 

To%& Eaton 

W. M. ToUey, as Tolley & 
Eaton. 

T^.Walker 

^ Bros 

Hickman & Fry 

James Philpot 

J- J. Thomas & Co 

Duncan & Co 

^C. Barnes 

y. J. Craighead & Son 

foweU & Powell 

JobnD.ToUey.. 

■" • M. Jobe 

A. B. Denning 

The Snow Spring Dist. Co. 

Adcoek, Slatten & Co 

y«o- Rodgers 

Joseph Phyfer 

^»dley & James 

J*^« A. Chapman 

%• B. Harrison 

2/M.Lofbl8 

^r^k Potter 

2^M. Hayes &Son 

)J-C. Smith & Co 

V^HonBros '. 

J-C. Davis 



Distillery nnmbei^ 
and transaction. 



211 
225 
388 
392 

393 
397 
397 

498 

498 

503 

510- 

514 

515 

517 

517 

517 

519 

521 

522 

524 

525 

527 

528 

531 

532 

533 

534 

535 

535 

537 
538 
.538 
539 
540 
542 
546 
547 
548 
549 
551 
.552 
553 
554 
555 
556 
557 
558 
559 
560 
561 
561 
562 
563 
564 



T 

D,T, W. 
'D, T. W. 
T, W... 
D, T, W. 

D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 



T 

T 

D,T,W.... 
Lost by fire. 
D,T,VV.... 

T 

T 

T 

D, T, W. . . . 

W 

D,T,W.-.. 
D,T,W.... 
D,T,W.... 
D,T,W 



..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
..do 
D,T,W....|....do 



District. 



Fiftli 
....do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



.do.... 

.do 

.do .... 



D,T,W 
D,T,W.... 

T 

D,T,W.... 
Lost by fire 
D,T, V\r.... 

T,W 



T, 

D, 

T. 

T, 

T 

D. 

D, 

T, 

T, 

D. 

D, 

D, 

T. 

D, 

D, 

D, 

D, 

D, 

». 
D, 

D, 
D, 
D, 



T,V. 
W ... 
T,W. 



W 



T,W. 

t;w. 
w ... 
w ... 

T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T.... 
T,W. 

T,V. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Post-ofSce or 
town. 



Stonesboro. 

...do 

Marbnts ... 
Smithland . 
TuUahoma. 



Normandy . . . 
County Line. 
...do 



Lynchburg 

do 

Tullahoma 

Murfreesboro. . . 

Lynchburg 

Normandy 

Double Springs. 

— do 

...do 

Winchester 

Springfield 

Pall Mills 

Springfield 

WinchestCT 

Tullahoma 

Winchester 

Lexie 

Maxwell.... 

Tullahoma 

Puga 

Keiso 

....do 



Sewanee 

Lynnville 

....do 

Granville 

Await 

Springfield 

Double Springs. 

Defeated 

St. JoRoph 

Lynchburg 

Spivey 

New Koe, Ky... 

Paris 

HoUingsMorth . 

Byrne.- 

Cooksville 

Kapids, Ky 

Waynesboro 

Greenfield 

La Fayette 

Cookeville 

...do 

Sirena 

Livingston 

Cookeville 



County. 



Lincoln. 
...do.. 
Giles... 
Lincoln . 
Coffee... 



Bedford. 
Moore .. 
...do ... 



...do 

....do 

Coffee 

Kutherford 

Moore 

Bedford 

Putnam 

...do 

...do 

Franklin .. 
Kobertson . 
Franklin . . 
Kobertson . 
Franklin . . 

Coffee 

Franklin .. 

...do 

...do 

Coffee 

Moore . 

Lincoln 

...do 



Franklin . . . . 

Giles 

....do 

Jackson 

Franklin 

Kobertson . . . 

Putnam 

Smith 

Lawrence 

Moore 

Clay 

Sumner, Tenn 

Henrv 

Dekalb 

Putnam 

...do 

Sumner, Tenn 

Waj-ne 

Weakley 

Macon 

Putnam 

...do 

Jackson 

Overton 

Putnam 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



S. 

S. 

s. 

S. 
C. 

c. 

s. 
s. 

S. 
S. 

c. 
c. 

S. 

c. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
S. 
N. 
S. 
N. 
S. 

c. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
c. 
s. 
s. 

s. 

s. 
s. 
s. 

N. 

s. 

N. 
N. 
N. 

s. 

s. 

N. 

N. 

NW. 

C. 

N. 
N. 
N. 
S. 
NW. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 



TEXAS. 



^omonHinkle 

^oe&Miller 

J • A. Laws 

5' J. Harris 

pJHag^ood 

^•v^.Moms 

V'C. Morris & Co 

i'L. Duffer 

^wckstone ABlackstone 
A..Co% 



28 
8 
14 
15 
19 
21 
21 
22 
23 
24 



^,W 
^,T 
W ... 
D,T, 
T . . . 
T.W 
T,W 
T,W 
T,W 
D,T, 



W... 



W. 



Third.. 

'Fourth 

....do.. 

;....do .. 

j do .. 

!....do.. 
!....do .. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 



Belton 

Ben Franklin... 

Hagansport 

Andrews 

Belden 

De Leon 

....do 

Hanger 

Shady Grove 

Aubrey 



Bell 

Delta 

Franklin . 

Wood 

Morris 

Comanche 

...do 

Eastland.. 
Upshur. . . 
Denton ... 



C. 

NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

C. 

C. 
•N. 
NE. 

N. 



122 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names op Distillers axd Location op Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

TEXAS— Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery niirnber | jyi^tri^t. 
and trausavtion. -»'»"«'* 'v"- 



Post-office or 
town. 



W.B.Pratt ' 25 

J.H.Cooley I 26 

------ 28 

29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



C. L. Smith 

P. L. Whitehead & Co 

Henry Hill, sr 

Datton Bros. & Wade - 

R. L. Holcomb 

M. L. Sain 

J. H. Cooley 

C.L.Smith 

Mullins & Francis 

J. M. Malone 



D,T, 

D,T, 

T,W 

D,T, 

D.T, 

AT, 

D,T 

D T, 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D.T, 

D,T, 



W. 
W. 



W. 
W. 
W. 



Fourth i WatviUe... 

— do High 

do I Henderson. 

— do ! Comanche . 

do ' Lewisville . 



W: 

W. 

W. 

VV 

W. 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 



Basin Springs. ■■ 

Nobility 

Need 

Powderly 

Overton ' 

Luella 

McKinney 




Delta 

Lamar 

Rusk 

Comanche . . . 

Denton 

Grayson 

Fannin 

Lamar 

...do 

Rusk 

Gravson 

Collin j 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



NR. 

NE. 

NE. 

C. 

N. 
NE. 
NE. 
NW. 
NW. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 



VIRGINLA.. 



John H. Reed 

Po]ilar Mount Dist. Co. 

L. D. Myerley , 

P. M. Englenian 

H. Van Derver 

E. A. Fulcher 

Henry Koiner 

A. Zollman 

S. B. Zollman , 

A. McCartney 

J. F. Fleener 

A. J. Trevey 

William Green 

J. C. Burner 

David Beard 

L. E. Savage 

J. H^ Savage 

J. Masemer 

Foster & Co 

Muhoneyville Dist. Co 

N.G. Feller 

G. L. Revercomb 

W . Jenkins 

Fringer & Williams - - 

W. D. Fallin 

W. T.Miller 

H.F.Jeter..... 

R. D. Candler , 

J. D. Black well 

J. W. Richardson 

E. R. Stephens 

P. D.Cooper 

Adam Seekford 

J. M. McCartney , 

Cale & McCartney 

H. C.Price 

Adam Barb 

W.R. Harvey 

John M. Smith , 

T. J. Hunter 

T.W.Jones 

S.Pruett 

Peyton Purvear 

G.H. Franklin 

D.T.Iiifre 

W.M.Smith 

J. Masemero 

William Fisher 

C. D. Gillaspie 

W.A.Childs 

O.B.CaldweU 

J. R Stickler 

J.W.Payne,jr 



1 
2 
1 
3 
3 
4 
5 
6 
6 
7 

10 

14 

14 

20 

167 

223 

223 

5U8 

522 

635 

636 

821 

821 

822 

913 

114 

1111 

1114 

1117 

1119 

1129 

1132 

1134 

1135 

1135 

1144 

1150 

1151 
1248 
1415 
1677 
1678 
1681 
1696 
1700 
1701 
1704 
1700 
1707 
1709 
1713 
1715 
1716 



D,T,W....I Second. 

D,T,W.... ....do .. 

D,T,W....| Sixth.. 

T, W :....do.. 

D, W ;....do .. 

D,T.W.... ....do.. 

D,T,W.. ..!... .do.. 



D, T, W. 
T,W ... 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 

W 

D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 
T,W ... 
D,T,W. 
T,W ... 
D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 

T, W . . . 
D,T,W. 



d,t;w. 

D, T, W. 
D,T.W. 
D. T, W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 

T 

T,W ... 
T, W . . . 
T,W ... 
T, W . . . 
T,W ... 

T 

T, W... 



D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 

T 

D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 

T. 

T, W... 

T 

D, W... 
D,T,W. 
T, W... 
T, W... 
T, W... 
D.T.W. 



do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 

do 
.do 

do 

.do 
do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Flat Rock Mills. 
Poplar Mount . . . 

Staunton 

Engleman 

...do 

Staunton | 

Koiners Store ', 

Rockbridge | 

— do 

Rapleys Mills... 

Middlebrook 

Big Island 

Jonesville 

Lurav 

New Hope 

Kernstown 

...do 

Brown town 

FoUey Mills .... 
Arlington Distil 
lery. 

Mount Olive 

Slate Mills 



Hughes River . . . 

Lithia 

Caddo 

Bentonville 

Tarrys 

Rural Retreat . . . 

Saltville 

Lesters 1 

Mayo Forge 

Olympia 

Alma 

Alleghany 

do 

Dillons Mills . . . . 
Shenandoah 
Alum Springs. 

Vandola 

Newport . — 

— do 

Dry Fork 

Mendota 

Red Bank , 

Cedar Forest — 

Ula , 

Floyd , 

Front Royal 

Bon-brook 

Goshen Bridge... 

Bess • 

Pembroke 

Front Royal 

Stewartsville . . . . 



Brunswick . . 
Greenville... 

Augusta 

Rockbridge.. 
....do........ 

Aueusta 

Rockbridge.. 

Craig 

Augusta 

Bedlbi-d 

Lee 

Pago 

Augusta 

Frederick ... 

....do 

Warren 

Augusta 

Fairfax 

Shenandoah . 
Rappahan- 
nock. 

....do 

Botetourt 

Pittsylvania . 

Warren 

Mills 

Wythe 

Washington . 
Montgomery . 

Patrick 

Sniy the 

Page 

Alleghany . . . 

do 

Franklin 

Shenandoah . 

Pittsy^lvania . 

Giles 

...do 

Pittsylvania . 
Washington . 

Halifax 

Pittsylvania . 

Franklin 

Floyd 

Warren 

Franklin 

Rockbridge . . 
Alleghany . . . 

Giles 

Warren 

Bedford...... 



S. 

S. 

w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
c. 
sw. 

N. 

w. 

N. 
N. 
N. 

w. 

N. 

N. 
N. 

N. 

W. 

S. 

c. 

s. 

sw. 
sw. 
sw. 

s. 
sw. 

N. 

w. 
w. 

s. 

N. 

s. 

sw. 
sw. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

N. 

s. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

N. 

c. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



123 



Name of Distillers and Location op Distillery Warehouses in which 
Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continmed. 

VIRGINIA— Contiiiued. 



Name of distiller. 



C.H.PickraU.. 
Gilleauie Bros . 
C.H. Johnson.. 
Nimrod Poteet. 
J. fi. Perkins... 
£.M. Bales.-... 
G.Davidson ... 

J.LWood 

0. A. Eubank-. 
KUntcbinson . 
J. H. Richards. 
T.B. Seymour . 
O.S.flendricks 

J.J.Pof 

W.J.Whitt.... 
Z.T.Canaday.. 
D.T.Odineal.. 
James £iewit . 



Distillery number 
and transactiou. 



^"h 



District. 



3 



1717 
1718 
2100 
2102 
2108 
2111 
2112 
2113 
2115 
2117 
2121 
2122 
2127 
2128 
2130 
2131 
2137 
21U 



J.W.Wandless 2148 

J.M.Hawkin8 2150 

W.Livesay 2151 

J.N.Stevens 2152 

B.A.Eame8 2153 

E.L. Wininger 2155 

Kichanl Wills 2156 

Jamison & PrillaTiian 2157 

W.C.Agner&Co 2158 

J.W.Kavlor 2159 

Thomas Martin 2162 

S.W. Simmons 2163 

MBros 2165 

Skidmore & Ball 2165 

JW.Chaffin 2167 

J.D.Ross 2168 

L-LTerry 2169 

WilliamGreen 2170 

W.J.Whitt 2171 

J.J.Martin 2172 

J.M.Proffit 2174 

W.L.Busli 4 2175 

DoTell&Foltz 2176 

F.H.Sbelton 2178 

J.LWood 2179 

A.Arm8tead 2181 

J.P.Conely 2181 

J.W. Foltz 2182 

Pamers Bros 2184 

S-Hairston I 2185 

W.H.Smythe 2180 

J.W.Price ! 2187 

R.B.Singleton 2187 

James A. May 2188 

Hawks & Caslan i 2189 

Teatermaa & Wallen | 2190 

°S. Epperson 2191 

J.M. Hamner 

C. D.Williams 

Ponham &, Biirgesa 

J. B. Overb V 

W.T.Gravltt 

J.Kensley 

'^C.Boaz 2199 

Wm.VanDer^'e^ I 2701 

^ideon Davidson I 2702 

J?«ffBro8 1 2703 

J?-L. Hardy 

G.B.O-Briin 

^wmbian Distillery.-.. 

^' *. Hatcberson . .* 

f^iyBoard 

^•t. Owens 

B-P.Bwjeden 



T, W 
T.... 



Sixth 
...do 

Seized do 

D,T,W do 

D.T.W do 

T do 

T,W do 

T do 

D,T,W do 

W do 

T,W do 

T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W ..do 

T,W do 

T,W !....do 

D,T,W....l....do 
D,T,W....i....do 

1 

T,W ....do 

D,T,W....i....do 
.do 



T, \V 

T,W i....do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Lost by flro' 

D,T,W.... 

D.T,W.... 

D, T, W. . . . 

D,T,W.... 

D,T,W.... 

W 

W 

T 



2192 
2193 
2194 
2195 
2196 
2198 



2704 
2706 
2707 
2708 
2709 
2710 
2711 



D,T,W.. 
D,T,W-. 

T 

D,T 

D,T,W.. 
D,T,W.. 
D, seized. 
D,T,W.. 
D,T,W.. 
T,W.... 
D,T,W.. 
T.W.... 

T 

D,T,W.. 
T,W .... 
D,T,W. 

T 

D.T.W., 

T 

D,T,W. 
D,T,\V. 

T 

D,T,W. 
D.T.W. 

W 

T,W .... 

D,T,W. 

D.T.W. 

D,T,W. 

D,T,W. 

D,T,W. 

D.T.W. 

D,T,W.. 

D. T, W. 

D,T,W. 

D,T, W. 

D,T,W. 

D,T,W. 

D, T, W. 

D,T,W. 

D,T,W. 



Sixth 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
....do 
...do 
...do 
....do 
...do 
...do 
....do 
....do 
....do 
....do 
....do 
....do 
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....do 
....do 
....do 
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....do 
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....do 
....do 
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....do 
....do 
....do 
....do 
. . . .do 
. . . .do 
....do 
....do 
....do 
....do 
...do 
....do 
....do 
....do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Elba 

McDowell 

Point Truth . . 
Rocky Station. 
Crockett... — 

Olympia 

Spears Ferry - . 
Island View . . 
Round HiU... 

GladeHill 

Alonzoville.... 

Cascade 

Meadville 

Check 

Mayo 

Tapeco 

Burwellville. . , 
Nokesville 



County. 



Sec- 
tioc of 
State. 



Armstrong... 

Sago 

Blackwater... 
Abrams Falls. 

UUa 

Yuma 

Danville 

Roanoke 

Monmouth ... 

Mendota 

Austin ville... 
Union Level.. 



Hagan 

Clays Mills 

Elamsville 

Nathalie 

Pennington Gap. 

Residence 

Boydton 

Lowesville 

Bedford City . . . . 

Grove Hill 

Whittles 

Elamsville 

Clover Depot:.. 
. . . do 

Suibksburg 
iiltons 

Elamsville 

Lucile 

Mount Airy 

....do 

Chatham 

Lambsburg 

Blackwater , 

Pleasant Gap . . . 
Glade Hill...... 

Howell 

Boston 

Omega 

Hyco 

Early Grove 

Swansonville . . . 

Aqua , 

East Stone Gap.. 

Praters 

Piggs 

Saltville 

Gala , 

Pleasant Gap... 

Flint , 

Morton 

Buchanan 



Pittsylvania. 

Highland 

Russell 

Lee 

Wythe 

Smythe 

Scott 

Rockingham. 

Loudoun 

Franklin 

Shenandoah . 
Pittsylvania. 

HaUfax 

Floyd 

Haufax 

Floyd 

Pittsylvania. 
Prince Wil- 
, liam. 

Bath 

Pittsylvania . 

Lee 

Washington . 

Franklin 

Scott 

Pittsylvania. 

Roanoke 

Rockbridge.. 
Washingron . 

Carroll 

Mecklenburg 



Lee 

Halifax 

Patrick 

Halifax 

Lee 

Halifax 

Mecklenburg 

Amherst 

Bedford ..... 

Page 

Pittsvlvania. 

Patrick 

Halifax 

...do 

Shenandoah . 

Scott 

Patrick 

Scott 

Pittsvlvania. 

...do' 

....do 

Carroll 

Lee 

Pittsylvania. 

Franklin 

Patrick 

Culpeper .... 

Halifax 

....do 

Scott 

Pittsylvania. 
Rockbridge.. 

Wise 

Creek 

Pittsylvania. 
Washington . 

Botetourt 

Pittsylvania. 

Floyd 

Wise 

Botetourt 



S. 

w. 

sw. 

sw. 

sw. 

sw. 

sw. 

N. 

N. 

S. 

N. 

S. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 

N. 

w. 

s. 

sw. 
sw. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 
sw. 

w. 

sw. 

sw. 

s. 

sw. 

s. 

s. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 

s. 

c. 

c. 

N. 

s. 
s. 

s. 
s. 

N. 

sw. 
sw. 

s. 

s. 

s.^ 
sw. 
sw. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

N. 

s. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 

w. 

sw. 

sw. 

s. 
sw. 

w. 

s. 

sw. 
sw 

w. 



124 



ANNtJAL REPORT OF THE 



Name of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held in Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

VIRGINIA— Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



J,S.Lofti« 

T.O.Walker 

T.T.Price 

P.L.Jett 

Peten Sc McPherson 

A. A. Booth 

Daniel Kamsey 

K.8.01vens 

W.B.GiUey 



Diatilery number 
and transaction. 



2712 
2713 
2714 
2715 
2716 
2717 
2718 
2719 
2720 



D,T, 
D,T, 
D.T, 
D,T, 
D,T. 
D,T, 
D,T, 
D,T, 
D,W 



W.. 
W.. 
W.. 
W.. 
W.. 
W.. 
W.. 
W.. 



District. 



3 



Sixth 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Christie 

Chatham 

RiceviUe 

Mendota 

Cave Springs,... 

Posey 

Luciie 

Looney , 

Pennington Gap. 



County. 



Halifax 

Pittsylvania. 

...do 

Scott 

Hoanoko 

Floyd 

Scott 

Craig 

Lee 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



S. 

S. 

S. 
SW. 
SW. 

sw. 

SW. 

w. 

SW. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



The Hannis Dist. Co 

A. M. Jarrett 

TiUburyOmdorif... 



4 
7 



D,T,W. 

D.T.W. 
D,T,W. 



West Vir- 
ginia. 

....do 



Martinsbnrg. 



Fetterman , 

Tellow Springs 



Berkeley i NE. 

i 

Taylor ' N. 

Hampshire .. N£. 



WISCONSIN. 



L.Gehl&Co 

ThiclenKien 

Silver Spriues Dist. Co 

Nationale Di«t. Co 

Lake Side Dist. Co 

Theodore Rietz 



1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
18 



D,T,W. 
T, W . . . 
D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 



First 
....do 
....do 
..-.do 
....do 
....do 



St. Lawrence 

Town of Oshkosh 

...do 

...do 

Oak Creek 

Silver Creek 



Washington 
Winnebago . . 

!!!!do '.".*•'."' 
Milwaukee . 
Sheboygan .. 



E. 
E. 
E. 
E. 
SE. 
E. 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL KEVENUE. 



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127 



DECREASED WITHDRAWAL OF TAX-PAID SPIRITS. 

The quantity of tax-paid spirits (87,087,618 gallons) withdrawn from 
distillery warehouses during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, is 
less than the quantity (07,424,825 gallons) withdrawn from distillery 
warehouses during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1893, by 10,337,207 
gallons, the decrease being distributed among the different kinds known 
to the trade as follows : 

X)ecrease in withdrawals of — Gallons. 

Bourbon whisky 2,387,125 

Alcohol 1,774,683 

Rum 125,792 

Gin 172,101 

High wines 293,834 

Pure, neutral, or cologne spirits 3, 084, 996 

Miscellaneous 2.752,319 



Total decrease 10,590,850 

Increase in — 

Kye whisky 253,643 

Net decrease 10,337,207 

If the quantity, 699,937 gallons (as stated by the Chief of the 
Bureau of Statistics), of exported domestic spirits reimported during 
the year upon payment of a customs duty equal to the internal-revenue 
tax be added, the quantity virtually withdrawn from distillery ware- 
houses during the year ended June 30, 1894, is found to be 87,787,555 
gallons, or 10,381,712 gallons less than during the year 1893, including 
the 744,442 gallons reimported and tax-paid during that year. 

WITHDRAWAL OF PRODUCTS BY MONTHS. 

The quantity of each month's product of spirits in warehouses July 1, 
1B93, which was withdrawn during the year ended June 30, 1894, is 
shown in the following statement: 



[In taxable gidlons.] 



Product of— 



jHortoJuno, 18flO. 



1890. 



^"gu«tl.*- 
S^Ptember 
9ctober... 
^Kovember 
*^®«©naber . 



^"^7 



1891. 



In warehouse 
July 1, 1893. 



I^^oj- to June, 1891 

S^'iK^^t 

§te^::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 

^^ittber 



3, 755, 593 

1,960,716 

802,602 

270, 975 

666,511 

1,191,951 

2, 114, 067 

3, 729, 137 



4, 129, 068 
4, 156, 646 
4,935.513 
5,166,315 
3, 902, 183 



Withdrawn 
during the 
year ended 

June 30, 1894. 



36, 781. 277 

1, 772, 494 

542,643 

261, 047 

450.731 

830, 089 

1,446,551 

3,;87,858 



Kemaining 
in warehouse 
June 30, 1894. 



32, 188. 775 ' 
474, 854 
101. 907 
41,. "^81 
55, 398 
115, 986 
184,790 
555,250 



4. 592, 502 

1, 297. 640 

440, 736 

219, 466 

395, 333 

714, 103 

1, 261, 761 

2, 632, 602 



118 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

PENNSYL¥Aia A- Continued. 



]^ame of distiller. 



The Ph. Hamburger Co — 

Geo. W. Schmidt 

Pennsylvania Dist. Co 

A. & H.Myers 

The Croltzman Dist. Co 

XT. E. Lippencott 

The Pen wick Distillery 

Jos- Harrison 

S. T.Gray 

Sunny Side Dist Co 

]^f.oore & Sinnott 

S.Dillinger&Sons 

J. R. Gray 

J. R. Gray Dist. Co 

The Hileman Dist. Co 

Kamnerer Manufacturing 
Co. 

Robert McCracken 

James Emery 

Thomas Moore 

Fry &. Mathias 

M. J. Kennedy 

Levison & Cohen 

H.H.Stahl 

P.W.Barr 

Meadville, Pa., Dist. Co., 
Limited. 

William Britton 

Jessee Baughman 

J.M.Boyd 

J. M. Vandegrift 

W.F. Knight 

V.&C.Huefner 

E. Walters & Co 

Edwin Walters 

E.Buhl 

AUeeu Moss 

John T. Moss 

Val Henckle : 

N. Bittner 

Thomas Rees 

Mi^oningDist. Co 

John M. Topper 

Tomer Peterson & Co 

E. Walters & Co 

J. M. Toppen 

J.F.O'Neill 

Thompson Dist. Co., Lim- 
ited. 

Thompson Dist. Co 

S.K.Metzler 

H.V.Hautz &Co 

Do 

E. Walters & Co 

Vandegrift Dist. Co 

Frank Schlatter 

Hartman & Fogle 

Ellen Williams 

Rieg & Dumm 

George Stahl 

D. J. Johnson 

John J. Hughes 

S. A. Topper 

Boyd & Newell 

Walker & Walker 

Scheiiley Dist. Co., Limited. 

Economy Dist. Co 

Joel Landies & Son 



Distillery number 
and transuction. 



7 

8 

8 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 
16 
16 
17 
18 

19 
20 
21 
22 

23 
23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 

36 
37 
38 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 

45 
46 
47 

47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
52 
53 
54 
56 
57 
58 

59 
60 
61 
62 



D, T, E, W 



T, 
D, 
T, 
T, 

S' 
D, 

D, 

T, 

D, 

D, 



W 

T, E, W 

W 

W 

T,E.W 
T,W... 
T, W... 

W 

T,W... 
T, E, W 



D,T,E,W 

T, W 

D,T,W... 
D,T,W... 
T,W 



T,W 

D,T,W... 
D, T, E, W 
D,T,W... 



District. 



Twenty- 
third. 

...do 

— do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

— do 

...do 



Post-office or 

tOWTl. 



Brownsville. 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



...do 

Freeport 

— do 

...do 

Lippincott 

Cheswick 

Monongahela . . . 

Mason town 

West Elizabeth. 
Gibsonton 



County. 



Fayette. 



T,W 

D,W 

D,T,W... 
D,T, W... 
D, T, E, W 



D,T,W do 

T,W do 

T do 

D,W do 

D,T,W do 

D, T,W do 

D,T,W. ...!.. .do 
D,T,W.. ..!... .do 

T,W |....do 

D,T do 



Ruffs Dale 

Grays Landing 

Manoryille 

Kammerer 



.do i Gibbons Glade. 

.do ' Millsboro 

.do McKeesport ... 

.do ! Manor Station . 



.do I Scottdale .. 

.do I do 

.do ! Myersdale . 

.do j Sand Patch 

.do I Vallonica.. 



D, 

D, 

T, 

D, 

T, 

D, 

T 

D, 

D, 

D, 

T, 



T,W. 
T,W. 
W.... 
W ... 
W... 
T,W. 



T,W. 
T.W. 
T,W. 
E.... 



D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 
T 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 



Brownsville 
Sand Patch . 
Allenport. . . 

do 

Knox 

Arthur ...>. 

Berlin 

....do 

Clarion 

Fitz Henry . 



....do- 

Wellersburg 

Glencoe 

...do 

Mahoning 

New Baltimore . . 

Turtle Creek 

Bakersville 

New Baltimore . . 
Gibbous Glade... 
West Brownsville 



...do 

Armstrong . 

do 

...do....... 

Greene 

Allegheny . . 
Wasnington 

Fayette 

Allegheny . . 
Westmore- 
land. 

...do 

Greene 

...do 

Armstrong . 
Washington 



D,T,W... 

D,T,W... 

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...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



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W 

T,W ... 
D.T.W. 
D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 
D,T,W, 
T.W ... 
D,T,W. 

T,W ... 
D, T, W. 
D,W... 
D.W ... 



.do 

do 

.do 

.do 



...do .... 
Metzler.. 
Scottdale 



Fayette 

Washinfi^ton . 
Allegheny... 
Westmore- 
land. 

...do 

...do 

Somerset — 

...do 

Crawford — 

Fayette 

Somerset — 
Washington . 

...do. 

Clarion 

...do 

Somerset — 

...do 

Clarion 

Westmore- 
land. 

....do 

Somerset — 

....do 

....do 

Armstrong . . 
Somerset . . . 
Allegheny . . 
Somerset . . . 

...do 

Fayette 

Washington 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



Latrobe 

Berlin 

Fredericktown 

Houtzdale 

Berlin 

CarroUton 

...do 

Zelienople 

Fairchance 

Johnstown 

New Baltimore 
New Stanley . . 



Berkley... 
Scheul'ey . 
Fair Oaks 
Berlin 



...do 

Somerset . . . 

Westmore- 
land. 

...do 

Somerset - . . 

Washington 

Clearfield ... 

Somerset . . . 

Cambria 

...do 

Butler 

Fayette 

Cambria 

Somerset . . . 

Westmore- 
land. 

Somerset . . . 

Armstrong . 

Beaver 

Somerset . . . 



SW. 

SW. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

SW 

SW. 

SW. 

SW. 

SW. 

SW. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

w. 

SW. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

NW. 

SW. 
SW. • 
SW. 
SW. 

w. 
w. 

SW. 
SW. 

w. 

SW. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

w. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

c. 

SW. 

c. 
c. 
w. 

SW. 

c. 

SW. 

SW. 

SW. 

w. 
w. 

SW- 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



119 



Names of Distillkrs and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spikits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



J.D.Stansell 

TV.C.Tatham 

J.C.Cox 

H. 1). A. Biemann . 

E. Ramsev 

H.Valbrath 

H. D. A. Biemann 

J. R. Cochran 

W.C. Tatham.... 

H.Valbrath 

W. C. Tatbam . . . . 

Lee R. Fisher 

W. B. Durham . . . 

Hoke Barton 

T.M. Balew 

W. C. Tatljam..-. 
6. S. Bri^ncuan .... 
James E.'Payne. . 
Jdo. H. Trammel. 

Jno. P. Collins 

A.G.Smith 

N.A.Collins 

W. B. Pearson 

E.F. EUisen 

James Ponder 

Laton Turner 

T.J.Moodv 

W. J. Ponier 

Lone &Man 

S. M. Clark 

G.Q. Smith 

W. H. Deaton.... 

J. R. Love 

0. F.Hightower.. 

E.R. Stewart 

Anderson Dist. Co 
Thos.H. Allen ... 

8. S. Weir 

J.S.Kellev 

N. A. Collins 

J. F. Roessler 

J. M. Langley 

W.H.Addington. 



239 

310 
314 
315 
317 
355 
358 
358 
359 
372 
374 
402 
404 
407 
414 
415 
416 
418 
419 
419 
429 
431 
432 
433 
434 
435 
435 
442 
443 
444 
445 
446 
447 
448 
449 
451 
467 
469 
470 
471 
472 
473 
474 



D,T,W.. 



District. 



South Caro- 
lina. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



T.W 

D,T,W... 

T 

T 

T 

T 

D, T, W. . . 

T,W 

T,W 

W 

D,T,W....l....do 

W ....do 

T !....do 

...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



T 

W 

W 

D,T,W.... 
D,T,W.... 

T,W 

D, T, W. . . . 
D,T,W.... 
D,T,W.... 
D,T,W^... 
D,T,W... 

T 

D,T,W... 
D, T, W... 
D,T,W.... 

T ,.. 

W 

T,W 

D,T 

D, T,W.... ...do 

D,T,W....i....do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,AV.... ...do 

D,T,W.... ...do 

D,T,W...- .-..do 
D, T.W....!.... do 

D, W j . . -do 

D,T,W.... ....do 

D,T,W....i....do 

i 



Post-oflBce or 
town.- 



County. 



Sunny Dale , Pickens . 

Walhalla i Oconee. 



Marietta 

Walhalla 

Smvnia 

Walhalla 

....do 

do 

...do 

....do... 

....do 

Tryon 

do 

Lima 

Arden 

Walhalla 

Arden 

Greenville 

Marydell 

...do -. 

Jtlacksburg... 

Hillsdale 

Sanoma 

Easley 

Willie 

Mayfield 

do 

Dacusville — 

Camden 

Lexington — 

Walhalla 

Fort Madison. 

Grover 

Lima 

Yorkville 

Moseley 

Nero 

Stroup 

Bellevue 

Modoc 

Greenville — 

Marydell 

Easley 



Greenville . . . 

Oconee 

York 

Oconee 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Greenville . . . 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Oconee 

Greenville . . . 

....do 

....do 

....do 

York 

Greenville . . . 

do 

Pickens 

Greenville . . . 

...do 

...do 

Pickens 

Kershaw 

Lexington . . . 

Oconee 

...do 

York 

Greenville . . . 

York 

Anderson 

York 

...do 

Greenville.. . 

Edgefield 

Greenville . . . 

do 

Pickens 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



6 



NW. 

NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 

NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 

C. 
NW. 
NW. 

N. 
NW. 

N. 
NW. 

N. 

N. 
NW. 

W. 
NW. 
NW. 
NW. 



TENNESSEE. 



W.W.Gambill-... 

Jacob Collins 

T.M. Smith 

U.W.Mathis 

Joseph Hurley 

H.l.Welcker 

S.N.Kelley 

Thomas Suider . . . 

John Mills 

Swan &, Slover 

J. D. Mays 

W.ILMclnturiff.. 
Woolsey & English 

"•M. Swann 

y.S. Wilson 

J-O.Renner 

A J. Mackey ..-•... 

*^ Hatmaker 

«• 5- Blankinship . 

g a. Ross 

f-jParkey 

•[i^ Johnson 

!*;*■ Recce 

"^•M.MiUion 



142 
143 
212 
225 
235 
237 
249 
313 
316 
318 
329 
425 
430 
435 
442 
450 
460 
465 
470 
472 
475 
482 
482 
485 



D,T, 

T... 

D.T, 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D.T, 

D,T 

D,T, 

D, T, 

D.T, 

D,T. 

D,T, 

T... 

D.T. 

D.T, 

D.T, 

D.T, 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D,T, 

D.T, 

D.T, 

T... 

D.T. 



W J Second. 

...do.. 
W....|....do.. 

W.... ....do .. 

W....l....do.. 

W.. ..;... .do .. 

....do.. 

W. ...... .do .. 

W... |....do .. 

W.... ....do.. 

W....'....do.. 

W....i....do .. 

;....do .. 

W....;....do .. 

W.... ...do .. 

W..-.|.-..do .. 



. . . . I 



W- 

w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

w*. 



.do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Jarvis 

Sneedville 

Paulett 

Sneedville 

Newport 

Adolphus 

Meltabarger 

Piedmont 

Brays , 

Dandridge 

Bacchus 

Happy Valloy . . , 

Jearoldstown 

Dandridge 

Adolphus 

Cedar Creek 

Edgeworth , 

Hatmaker 

Capuchin 

Meadowfleld 

Yellow Springs. 

Quarter 

— do 

Cleveland 



Hawkins . . 
Hancock... 

Union 

Hancock... 

Cocke 

Loudon 

Union 

Jeiierson .. 
Hancock. . . 
Jefferson... 
Claiborne . . 
Carter . 
Greene. 
Jefferson . . . 

Loudon 

Greene 

Sullivan 

Campbell . . . 

Scott 

Hancock 

...do 

Claiborne... 

....do 

Bradley 



---I 



NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

NE. 

E. 
NE. 

E. 
NE. 

E. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE.. 

E. 

E. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
SE. 



1 



120 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names op Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

TENNESSEE— Continned. 



Name of distiller. 



"W.J. Drake 

J. H. Turner 

C. K. Bowan 

J.H.Fleenor 

John F. Myers 

G. H. Jones 

H. F. Meyers & Bros 

E.Gaiige 

Hansara &Iiewis , 

J. R. Moore 

Isaiah Wilson 

James Bostic 

J. C. Baker 

W. J.Lay 

B.H.Jones 

Miller Bros 

J. B. Bnckles 

J.H.Hale 

L.L. Garden 

Kobert Stone 

W. B. Blankinship 

Nobles & Blankinship 

P. G. Parkey 

J.S. Allen 

Shown & Amey 

Kobert Beasley 

Lafayette Bean 

J. A . Com well 

W.W.Daniel 

JoeH. Gref^g 

W.A.Parris :.. 

John A. Parsons 

£. Gouge 

J. F. Brantley 

J.A.McNabb 

W.H.Taylor 

L.Y.Britt 

J. B. Fleenor 

Isaac Campbell 

Nave & Markland 

A.C.Huflf 

Ed. Dorsett Bros 

Walton &, Houston 

P. L. Turner 

J.K. MitcheU.. 

S. B. Patton 

J. A.Comwell 

G. W. Ramsey 

G.W.Swor 

B. J. Semmes &, Co 

Chas. Nelson 

Louisa Nelson, as Chas. 

Nelson. 

Wakeman & Hodges 

J.W.Miller 

BenTolley 

Colsher Bros 

Geo. W.Davis 

M. H.Brinkley 

Brinkley & Homady , - 

J. H. Cashion 

Oashion & Martin 

J. B. Bridges & Son 

Kinney & Co 

Pitt Bros 

Gopeland & Co 

Do 

Do 

N. George, as Copeland & 

Co. 
J. M. Franklin, as Copeland 

A Go. 



Distillery number 
and transaction. 



487 
490 

492 
406 
498 
500 
502 
505 
510 
512 



520 
522 
525 
527 
530 
535 
540 
542 
545 
550 
552 
555 
557 
560 
562 
565 
567 
570 
571 
575 
577 
580 
581 
585 
587 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
596 

597 

598 

600 

601 

2 

5 

5 

5 

11 

14 

29 

32 

62 

63 

63 

64 

64 

83 

110 

135 

210 

210 

210 

210 

210 



D. 

D, 
T, 

D, 

D, 

T. 

514 I D, 
516 I T. 



W 

D,T,W. 



T,W. 

T,W. 
T.... 



D, 
D. 
D. 
D, 
D, 
T. 
D, 
D, 
D. 
D, 
D, 
D. 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D. 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 



...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
..do 
...do 
-.do 
...do 
.. do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
T,W....i.-..do 
T,W.-..|....do 



T,W. 
T,W. 

.-.-•■. • • 

T,W. 
T. .. 



T,W. 
T,W. 
T, W. 
T,W. 
T,V\r. 



District. 



Second. 
...do .. 



T, W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



do 
do 
.do 



T,W....i..-.do 
T, W....i....do 
T,W....|....do 

T,W |....do 

T,W f do 

T,W....|....do 
T.W ! do 



T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T, W. 
T,W. 
T, W. 
T, W. 
T.W. 
T,W. 
W... 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



D,T,W. 
D,W... 
D,W... 
D,W... 
T, W ... 

T 

T, W ... 
D,T,W. 



T,W ... 

T 

D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 
T,W ... 

T 

D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 

T 

D,T,W. 

T 

D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 
T, W... 

W 

T, W... 



T, W, 



.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



....do 
... do 
...do 
...do 
Fifth 
...do 
...do 
...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
do 
do 
.do 
.do 

.do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Butts Gap 

Warwicks Cross 

Beads. 
Bogersville 

Big Creek Gap . . 

Arthur 

Jacksboro 

Fish Springs 

TwinviUe 



Hinds Creek 

Luttrell 

KylesFord 

East Fork 

Nave Hill 

Newport 

Chop Stock 

Watauga Valley. 

Ormes Store 

Clinton 

Lone Mountain . 

Capuchin 

Elk Valley 

New Sedsiiia 

Harrisburg , 

Pandora , 

Strahl 

Kyles Ford 

Edwina 

TalbottH Station 

Stump Knob 

Hypatia 

Newport 

Butler 

Bohdelia...,...., 

Erwin 

Tate Spring 

Milligan 

Indian Springs . 

Haynes 

Siam 

Pall Mall 

Jacksboro 

Little Barren — 
Warwicks Cross 
Beads. 

Gabe 

Milligan 

Edwina 

Cosby 

Owens Hill 

Greenbrier 

...do 

...do 



County. 



Sparta 

Bock Island — 

Lois 

Huutland 

Lewisburg 

Tullahoma 

...do 

Hawthorne 

...do 

Springfield 

Kinney Station. 

Springfield 

Flintville 

...do 

...do 

...do 



.do 



Hawkins 
Union — 



Hawkins 

....do 

Campbell . . . 
Claiborne — 
Campbell — 

Carter 

Knox 

Anderson... 

Union 

Hancock 

Sevier 

Union 

Cocke 

Hawkins . . . 

Carter 

Bledsoe 

Andrews . . . 
Claiborne — 

Scott 

Campbell — 

Hancock 

Sevier 

JohnHon 

Hawkins — 
Hancock — 

Cocke 

Hamilton 

Johnson 

Claiborne — 

Cocke 

Carter 

Union 

Unicoi 

Granger 

Carter 

Sullivan 

Union 

Carter 

Fentress 

Campbell 

Union 

— do 



...do 

Carter 

Cocke 

...do 

Henry 

Bobertson 

...do 

...do 



White 

Warren 

Moore 

Franklin . . . 
Marshall ... 

CoflTee 

...do 

Bedford 

...do 

Bobertson . . 

...do 

...do 

Lincoln 

...do 

...do 

....do 



Sec- 
tion ol 
State. 



.do 







NE. 
NE. 

NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

E. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE, 

E. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

E. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

S. 

N. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

C. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

N. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NW. 

C. 

C. 

G. 

G. 
C. 

S. 

S. 

C. 

G. 

C. 

C. 

C. 
N. 
N. 
N. 

S. 

S. 

S. 

S. 

S. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



121 



Names of Distillers and Location op Disiillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

TEN3IESSEE— Continued. 



Namo of diHtiller. 



J.J.Thomas & Co 

C. H. Bnrenger & Co 

If. A. Warren 

"Wm. Berry--* 

Davis &. Co., as Cascade Dist. 

Co. 

Barney Patterson 

John Eaton & Co 

John Eaton, as Tolley & 

Eaton. 

W. B. Daniel 

W. B. DanieL& Co 

J.W.Mitchell 

G.D.Crutcher 

Jack Daniel 

T.F. Wooten 

Alexander Kljen 

Gill Bros 

W. J. Lewis 

H.Bose 

J.H.Woodard 

G.F.Wessel 

Josephine Brown 

W. S. Jones 

P.J. Davis 

Isaac Vanzant 

J. R. Easterwood 

West & Williams 

F. E. Cunningham & Co 

J. E. Spencer & Co 

Tolley & Eaton 

W. M. Tolley, as Tolley & 

Eaton. 

T.B. Walker 

Fry Bros 

Hickman & Fry 

James Philpot 

J.J. Thomas & Co 

Duncan & Co 

J. C. Barnes 

W.J. Craighead & Son 

Powell & Powell 

John D. Tolley. V 

N. M. Jobe 

A. B. Denning 

The Snow Spring Dist. Co. 

Adcock, Slatten & Co 

Gso. Rodeers 

Joseph Phyfer 

Bradley & James 

W. A. Chapman 

J.B.Harrison 

J.M.Loftis - 

I^k Potter 

J. M. Hayes & Son 

y.C.Smith&Co 

Billon Bros '- 

JC. Davis 



Distillery nnmbeif 
and transaction. 



211 
225 
388 
392 

393 
397 
397 

498 
498 
503 
510- 
514 
515 
517 
517 
517 
519 
521 
522 
524 
526 
527 
528 
631 
532 
533 
534 
535 
.535 

537 
538 
538 
539 
540 
542 
546 
547 
548 
549 
551 
552 
553 
554 
555 
556 
557 
558 
559 
560 
561 
561 
662 
563 
564 



T 

D,T, W. 
D,T.W. 
T, W... 
D, T, W. 

D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 



T do 

T -.do 

D, T, W do 

Lost by fire do 

D.T.^V do 

T do 

T do 

T do 

D,T,W do 

W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W....L...do 
D,T,W ... ....do 



District. 



Fiftli 
....do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



.do 
.do 
.do 



D,T,W 

T 

D,T,W.... 
Lost by fire 
D,T, V\r..., 

T,W 



a, 

T, 

D. 
T. 
T, 
T 
D. 
D, 
T, 
T. 
D, 

D, 
D, 
T. 
D, 

D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D, 
D. 
D. 
D, 
D, 



T,V. 
W ... 
T,W. 



W 



T.W. 

t;w. 

W ... 
W ... 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



T,W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 
T.... 
T,W. 

T,V. 
T,W. 
T, W. 
T,W. 
T,W. 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Stonesboro. 

...do 

Marbnts . . . 
Smithland . 
TuUahoma. 



Normandy . . . 
County Line. 
...do 



Lynchburg 

do 

Tullahoma 

Murfreesboro. . . 

Lynchburg 

Normandy 

Double Springs. 

— do 

...do 

Winchester 

Springfield 

Fall Mills 

Springfield 

Winchester 

Tullahoma 

Winchester 

Lexie 

Maxwell.... 

Tullahoma 

Fnga 

Kelso 

.-..do 



Sewanee 

LynnviUe 

do 

Granville 

Await 

Springfield 

Doublo Springs. 

Defeated 

St. Joseph 

Lynchburg 

Spivey 

New Koe, Ky. . . 

Paris 

HollingsMorth . 

Byrne.- 

Cooksville 

Bapids, Ky 

Waynesboro 

Greenfield 

La Fayette 

Cookeville 

...do 

Sirena 

Livingston 

Cookeville 



County. 



Lincoln. 
...do... 
Giles.... 
Lincoln . 
Coffee... 



Bedford. 
Moore .. 
...do ... 



...do 

....do 

Coffee 

Rutherford 

Moore 

Bedford 

Putnam 

...do 

....do 

Franklin . . 
Robertson . 
Franklin ... 
Robertson . . 
Franklin .. 

Coffee 

Franklin ... 

....do 

..-.do 

Coffee 

Moore 

Lincoln 

...do 



Franklin 

Giles 

....do 

Jackson 

Franklin 

Robertson . . . 

Putnam 

Smith 

Lawrence 

Moore 

Clay 

Sumner, Tenn 

Henry 

Dekalb 

Putnam 

....do 

Sumner, Tenn 

Wayne 

Weakley 

Macon 

Putnam 

...do 

Jackson 

Overton 

Putnam 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



S. 
S. 
S. 
S. 
C. 

C. 

s. 
s. 

s. 
s. 
c. 
c. 
s. 
c. 

N. 
N. 
N. 

s. 

N. 
S. 
N. 
S. 

c. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
c. 
s. 
s. 

s. 

s. 
s. 
s. 

N. 

s. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

S. 

S. 

N. 

N. 
NW. 

C. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

S. 
NW. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

N. 



TEXAS. 



Solomon Hinkle 

fncs&Miller 

J-A.Laws 

B.J. Harris 

p ' J" Hag^:ood 

x'C.Moms 

Vp. Morris & Co 

{•L. Duffer 

^wckstone & Blackstone 



28 
8 
14 
15 
19 
21 
21 
22 
23 
24 




Belton 

Ben Franklin. 
Hagansport... 

Andrews 

Belden 

De Leon 

...do 

Ranger 

Shady Grove.. 
Aubrey 



Bell 

Delta 

Franklin . 

Wood 

Morris 

Comanche 

...do 

Eastland.. 

Upshur 

Denton ... 



C. 

NE. 
NE. 
NE. 
NE. 

C. 

C. 
•N. 
NE. 

N. 



122 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Names op Distillers axd Location op Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc.— Continued. 

TEXAS— Continued. 



Naz^e of distiller. ^^tSrSt'i «»'-*• 



Post-ofHce or 
town. 



W.B.Pratt 

J. H. Cooley 

C.L.Smith 

P. L. Whitehead & Co 

Henry Hill, sr 

Button Bros. & Wade. 

R. L. Holcomb 

M. L. Sain 

J. H. Cooley 

C.L.Smith 

Mullins & Francis 

J. M. Malone 




Fourth ; t»ratville. . . 

do , High 

do I Henderson . 

do I Comanche . 

do I Lewisville . 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Basin Springs — 

Nobility 

Need 

Powderly 

Overton * 

Luella 

McKinney 




Sec- 
tion of 
State. 

6 



Delta 1 NR. 

Laraar NE. 

Rusk I NE. 



Comanche . . . 

Deuton 

Grayson 

Fannin 

Lamar 

...do 

Rusk 

Gravson 



C. 

NE. 
NE. 
NW. 
NW. 
NE. 
NE. 



Collin NE. 



VIRGINLA.. 



John H. Reed , 

Poiilar Mount Dist. Co. 

L. D. Myerley 

P. M. Engleman 

H. Van Derver 

E. A. Fulcher 

Henry Koiner 

A. ZoUman , 

S. B. Zollman , 

A. McCartney 

J. F. Fleener 

A. J. Trevey 

William Green 

J. C. Burner 

David Beard 

L. E. Savage 

J. H. Savage 

J. Masemer 

Foster & Co 

Muhoneyville Dist. Co 

N.G. Feller 

G. L. Revercomb 

W . Jenkins 

Fringer & Williams . . 

W. D. Fallin 

W.T.Miller.., 

H.F.Jeter..... 

R. D. Candler 

J. D. Blackwell 

J. W.Richardson , 

E. R. Stephens 

P. D. Cooper 

Adam Seekford 

J. M. McCartney 

Cale & McCartney 

H. C.Price 

Adam Barb 

W.R. Harvey... 

John M. Smith 

T. J. Hunter 

T.W.Jones 

S.Pruett 

Peyton Purvear 

G.H.Franklin 

D.T.Iiige 

W.M.Smith 

J. Maseniero 

William Fifihcr 

C. D. Gillaspie 

W.A.Childs 

O.B.Caldwell 

J.RStickler 

J. W. Payne, jr 



1 

2 

1 

3 

3 

4 

5 

6 

6 

7 

10 

14 

14 

20 

167 

223 

223 

508 

522 

635 

636 
821 

821 
822 
913 
114 

nil 

1114 
1117 
1119 
1129 
1132 
1134 
1135 
1135 
1144 
1150 

1151 
1248 
1415 
1677 
1678 
1681 
1696 
1700 
1701 
1704 
1706 
1707 
1709 
1713 
1715 
1716 



D,T,W....I Second. 

D,T, W ....do .. 

D,T,W....| Sixth.. 



T, W 
D, W ... 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D.T.W. 
T,W ... 
D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 

W 

D,T,W. 
D,T.W. 
T, W . . . 
D,T,W. 
T,W ... 
D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 

T, W . . . 
D, T, W. 



d,t;w. 

D,T,W. 
D, T. W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 

T 

T,W ... 
T,W ... 
T,W ... 
T, W . . . 
T,W ... 

T 

T, W... 



D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 

T 

D,T,W. 

D/r.w. 

T 

T, W... 

T 

D, W... 
D,T,W. 
T, W... 
T, W... 
T, W... 
D,T,W. 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

do 
.do 

do 

.do 
do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 

.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Flat Rock Mills . 
Poplar Mount . . . 

Staunton 

Engleman 

...do 

Staunton 

Koiners Store 

Rockbridge 

Rapleys Mills 

Middl'ebrook 

Big Island 

Jonesville 

Lurav 

New Hope 

Kernstown 

...do 

Browntown 

FoUey Mills 

Arlington Distil- 
lery. 

Mount Olive 

Slate Mills 



Brunswick . . 
Greenville... 

Augusta 

Rockbridge.. 
....do........ 

Augusta 



Rockbridge.. 
...do...."... 



Hughes River . . . 

Lithia 

Caddo 

Bentonville 

Tarrys 

Rural Retreat . ■ ■ 

Saltville 

Lesters 1 

Mayo Forge 

Olympia 

Alma 

Alleghany 

— do 

Dillons Mills 

Shenandoah 
Alum Springs. 

Vandola 

Newport 

do 

Dry Fork 

MendotA 

Red Bank 

Cedar Forest 

Ula 

Floyd 

Front Royal 

Bonbroolc 

Goshen Bridge... 

Bess • 

Pembroke 

Front Royal 

Stewartsville . . . . 



Craig 

Augusta. . 
Bedford... 

Lee 

Page 

Augusta. . 
Frederick 

...do 

Warren... 
Augusta. . 
Fairfax... 



Shenandoah . 
Rappahan- 
nock. 

....do 

Botetourt 

Pittoylvania . 

Warren 

Mills 

Wythe 

Washington . 
Montgomery . 

Patrick 

Smy the 

Page 

Alleghany . . . 

do 

Franklin 

Shenandoah . 

Pittsylvania . 

Giles 

....do 

Pittsylvania . 
Washington . 

Halifax 

Pittsylvania . 

Franklin 

Floyd 

Warren 

Franklin 

Rockbridge . . 
Alleghany . . . 

Giles 

Warren 

Bedford...... 



R. 

S. 

w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
w. 
c. 
sw. 

N. 

w. 

N. 
N. 
N. 

w. 

N. 

N. 
N. 

N. 

W. 

S. 

c. 

s. 

sw. 
sw. 
sw. 

s. 
sw. 

N. 

w. 
w. 

s. 

N. 

S. 
SW. 
SW. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 

N. 

s. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

N. 
C. 



C0MMIS8I0NEE OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



123 



Name of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held on Deposit, etc. — Continmed. 

VIBGINIA—Contiimed. 



Name of distiller. 



Distillery nnmber 
and transactiou. 



C.H.Pickrall.. 
(jillesuie Bros . 
C.H. Johnson., 
liimrod Poteet< 
J. K. Perkins... 
KM. Bales .*... 
G. Davidson ... 

J.LWood 

0. A. Eubank.. 
B.Hatcliin8on . 
J.H. Kicbards. 
T.B. Seymour . 
O.S. Hendricks 

J.J.Pofr 

W.J.Whitt... 
Z.T.Canaday.. 
D.T.Odineal.. 
James Kiewit . 



J.W.Wandless 

J.H. Hawkins 

W. Livesay 

J.N.Stevens 

2. A. Eames 

E. L. Wininger 

Kichanl Wills 

Jamison &, Prillanian . . 
W.C.Agner&Co .... 

J.W.Kaylor 

Thomas Martin 

S. W. Simmons 

Bell Bros 

Skidmore & Ball 

J.W.Chaffln 

J. D. Ross 

L.L. Terry 

William Green 

W.J.Whitt 

J.J.Martin 

J.M.Proffit 

W.L.Bush 4 

Dovell&Foltz 

P.H.Shelton 

J.LWood 

A. Armstead 

J.P. Conely 

J.W. Foltz.... 

I'armers Bros 

S. Hairston 

y.H.Smythe 

J.W.Price 

A. B. Singleton 

James A. May 

Hawks & Casian 

Testerman Sc Wallen . 

S. 8. Epperson 

J.M. Hamner 

C. D. WilUams 

Popham & Burgess. . - 

J-B.Overby 

W.T.Gravitt 

J-Bensley 

'^C.Boaz. 

Wm. Van DerA'er 

Gideon Davidson 

GoffBros 

S-L-Hardy 

6B.0'Brien 

^mmbian Distillery. 

^' R. Hntcherson 

^«irv Board 

^C. Owens 

B-F.Breeden 



1717 
1718 
2100 
2102 
2108 
2111 
2112 
2113 
2115 
2117 
2121 
2122 
2127 
2128 
2130 
2131 
2137 
2144 

2148 
2150 
2151 
2152 
2153 
2155 
2156 
2157 
2158 
2159 
2162 
2163 
2165 
2165 
2167 
2168 
2169 
2170 
2171 
2172 
2174 
2175 
2176 
2178 

2179 i 
2181 I 

2181 i 

2182 i 

2184 1 

2185 ! 

2180 i 
2187 i 

2187 ; 

2188 I 
2180 ! 
2190 ! 

2191 : 

2192 j 

2193 I 

2194 i 

2195 ! 

2196 i 

2198 ; 

2199 ! 
2701 
2702 
2703 
2704 
2706 
2707 
2708 
2709 
2710 
2711 



*> 



T, W 
T.... 



District. 



Seized — 
D,T,W-.. 
D,T,W... 

T 

T,W 

T 

D,T,W... 

W 

T,W 

T.W 

D,T,W... 
D,T,W.-. 

T,W i 

T,W !....ao 

D,T,W....i....do 
D,T,W....|....do 



Sixtli 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 

....do 

....do 
...do 
...do 

....do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



T,W.. 
D,T,W 
T, W .. 
T,W .. 
Lost by flro 



.do 

.do 

do 

.do 

..do 



D,T,W....l....do 

D, T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

D,T,W do 

W do 

W do 

T 



D,T,W.. 
D,T,W.. 

T 

D,T 

D,T,W.. 
D,T,W.. 
D, seized. 



Sixth 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
....do 



D,T,W.. ..!... .do 



D, T, W. 
T,W... 
D,T,W. 
T,W... 

T 

D,T,W. 
T,W ... 
D,T,W. 

T 

D, T, W. 

T 

D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 

T 

D,T,W. 
D.T.W. 

W 

T,W ... 
D,T,W. 
D.T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D.T.W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D,'i\W. 
D.T, W. 
D,T, W. 
D,T, W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D, T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 



.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
-do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
•do 
.do 
do 
.do 
.do 
.do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Elba 

McDowell 

Point Truth 

Rocky Station . . . 

Crockett... 

Olympia 

Spears Ferry 

Island View 

Round Hill 

Glade Hill 

Alonzoville...... 

Cascade 

Meadville 

Check 

Mayo 

Tapeco 

Burwellville 

Nokesville 



County. 



Sec- 
tioc of 
State. 



Armstrong 

Sago 

Blackwater 

Abrams Falls — 

Ulla 

Yuma 

Danville 

Roanoke 

Monmouth 

Mendota 

Austin ville 

Union Level 



Hagan 

Clays Mills 

Elamsville 

Nathalie 

Pennington Gap. 

Residence 

Boydton 

Lowesville 

Bedford City ... 

Grove Hill 

Whittles 

Elamsville 

Cldver Depot.. - 
. . . do , 

Suibksburg 
iltons 

Elamsville 

Lucile 

Mount Airy 

.-..do 

Chatham 

Lambsburg 

Blackwater 

Pleasant Gap . . . 
Glade Hill...... 

Howell 

Boston 

Omega 

Hyco 

Early Grove 

Swansouville . . . 

Aqua 

East Stone Gap. 

Praters 

Piggs , 

Saltville 

Gala 

Pleasant Gap... 

Flint 

Morton 

Buchanan 



Pittsylvania. 
Highland . . . . 

Russell 

Lee 

Wythe 

Smythe 

Scott 

Rockingham. 
Loudoun .... 

Franklin 

Shenandoah . 
Pittsylvania. 

Halifax 

Floyd 

Halifax 

Floyd 

Pittsylvania. 
Prince Wil- 
liam. 

Bath 

Pittsylvania . 

Lee 

Washington . 
Franklin .... 

Scott 

Pittsylvania. 

Roanoke 

Rockbridge.. 
Washingron . 

Carroll 

Mecklenburg 



Lee 

Halifax 

Patrick 

Halifax 

Lee 

Halifax 

Mecklenburg 

Amherst 

Bedford ..... 

Page 

Pittsvlvania. 

Patrick .. 

Halifax 

...do 

Shenandoah . 

Scott 

Patrick 

Scott 

Pittsvlvania. 

...do 

....do 

Carroll 

Lee 

Pittsylvania. 

Franklin 

Patrick 

Culpeper.... 

Halifax 

....do 

Scott 

Pittsylvania. 
Rockbridge.. 

Wise 

Creek 

Pittsylvania. 
Washington . 

Botetourt 

Pittsylvania. 

Floyd 

Wise 

Botetourt 



S. 

w. 

SW. 

sw. 

SW. 

sw. 
sw. 

N. 

N. 

s. 

N. 
S. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 

N. 

w. 

s. 

sw. 
sw. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 
sw. 

w. 

sw. 

sw. 

s. 

sw. 

s. 

s. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 

s. 

c. 

c. 

N. 

s. 
s. 
s. 
s. 

N. 

sw. 
sw. 

s. 

s. 

s.> 
sw. 
sw. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 

s. 
sw. 

s. 

w. 

sw. 

sw. 

s. 
sw. 

w. 

s. 

sw. 
sw 

w. 



124 



ANNtJAL REPORT OF THE 



Name of Distillers and Location of Distillery Warehouses in which 

Spirits were held in Deposit, etc. — Continued. 

VIRGINIA— Continued. 



Name of distiller. 



J.B.Lofti8 

T.G.Walker 

T.T.Price 

P.L.Jett 

Peters & McPherson 

A. A. Booth 

Daniel Ramsey 

K.S.Given8 

W.R.Gilley 



Distilery number 
and transaction. 



2712 
2713 
2714 
2715 
2716 
2717 
2718 
2719 
2720 



D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 
D, T, W. 
D,W... 



District. 



3 



Sixth 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
. . .do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



Post-office or 
town. 



Christie 

Chatham 

Riceville 

Mendota 

Cave Springs.... 

Posey 

Luciie 

Looney 

Pennington Gap. 



County. 



Halifax 

Pittsylvania. 

— do 

Scott 

Roanoke 

Ployd 

Scott 

Craig 

Lee 



Sec- 
tion of 
State. 



S. 

S. 

S. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 
SW. 

w. 

SW. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



The Hannis Dist. Co 

A. M. Jarrett 

TillburyOrndorii'... 



4 
7 



D,T,W... 



D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 



West Vir- 
ginia. 

...do 

....do 



Martinsbnrg. 



Fetterman 

Tellow Springs 



Berkeley. 



NE. 



Taylor j N. 

Hampshire .. N£. 



WISCONSIN. 



L.Gehl&Co 

Thiclen Kien 

Silver Springs Dist. Co . . - 

Nationale Dist. Co 

Lake Side Dist. Co 

Theodore Rietz 



1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
18 



D, T, W. 
T.W ... 
D, T, W. 
D,T,W. 
D,T,W. 
D, T, W. 



First 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 
...do 



St. Lawrence 

Town of Oshkosh 

...do 

...do 

Oak Creek 

Silver Creek 



Washington . 
WJDnebago . . 
....do....... 

— do ...4... 
Milwaukee . 
Sheboygan .. 



E. 
E. 
E. 
E. 

SE. 
E. 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



135 



EXPORTATION OF DISTILLED SPIRITS— Continued. 
3. BY FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PORTS IN 1893— Continued. 

[Quantitiee in taxable gallons.] 









Alcohol. 






Pure, 


neutral, 


or cologne spirits. 


Porta to which 
exported. . 


New York. 


• 

1 


• 

o 

1 


« 


Brownsville. 


Betroit. 


1 

Port Huron. 

j 


San Francisco. 


Laredo. 


New York. 


Bermuda 














3,640 


Bluefields, Central 
America 





429 
868 

















Boca d^l Toro, Central 
America 














• 






Canada 










20, 6}:5 


77,354 








Colon, Central America. 


6,805 
28,893 















Grey town, Central 
America 


















TTamiltnTi - . . 


















1,784 


Honolulu -. 












1 


8,884 




Juarez 






868 












T^fttamOra* ..r-,rr....,r 








21.382 










Melbourne. 
















2,692 


Mexico 






26,744 
















Nnevo Laredo .......... 
















266 




Port an Prince .. .... 


4,364 








• •«•••«• 










Porflrio Diaz 






965 














Pemambuco 


1,311 
904 


















San Andres, United 
States of Colombia 




















Santo Tomas, Central 
America 


4,389 




...... 












• 


St. Thomas 


9,745 
1,757 


















Yokohama. . ,.......- r - - 




































Total 


53,779 


5,686 


27, 612 


965 


21,382 


20,635 


77,364 


8,884 


266 


8,066 


• 



186 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 





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COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL JREVENUE. 



137 



EXPORTATION OF DISTILLED SPIRITS— Continued. 
4. BY FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PORTS IN 1894— Continued. 

[Quantities in taxable gallons.] 

















Bourbon whisky. 














Ports to which 
exported. 


i 

a 


• 

s 

o 
pa 


© 


• 
00 

1 


• 

s 


i 


• 

© 
at 
ai 


• 

o 

3 


• 

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1 


1 

o 


• 
00 

1 

O 


1 

ft 


• 
00 

as 


• 

3 

ID 

■3 
S 


1 

> 


Tax- 
paid. 


Alexa ndria, 
Egypt 


644 




Anaover, Canada. 






















345 




Antwerp, Bel- 
girnn 
























41 








Belize, Central 
America 






















426 


• • - 




... 




Bermnda. West 
Indies 






















62,748 










Bluefields, Cen- 
tral America 
















218 
653 
643 




4,384 

1,297 

471 


... 








Bocaa del Rama, 
Central Amer- 
ica 






k 


i 


















BocasdelToro, 
Central Amer- 
ica 














^ ^ 














Bremen, Germany 
Ceiba, Honduras. 


2,798,756 






1 








60,365 




























613 










C. S.Diaz. Mexico 












214 




















Greytown, Cen- 
tral America 




















219 


1,898 
244 








Halifax, Canada.. 


























1 


Hamburg, Ger- 
many 


747,679 












1 
I 




6,088 








1 


Hamilton, Ber- 
muda 




















19, 572 


• • 'i 1 




Havana, West 
Indies 






















39 


1 






Honolulu, San d - 
wich Islands . . . 




1 

-.J 
















2,928 




243 




» 


Juarez, Mexico . . 




1 
..... 1 








4,303 














Liven)ool, Eng- 














..... 








120 










liOndon, England. 


827 
......... 
















42 












Mexico, Mex ico . . 






190 




656 


837 
218 






650 










Monterey, Mexico 
Montreal, Canada 




















1 






124 


— 


575 






















New Laredo, 
Mexico 












209 








• 










NicaraugnajCen- 
tnil America 
















437 
















J'oeales, Mexico. 
PiftirasNegras, 
Mexico 
























211 


















200 
738 




















PorfirioDiaz, 
Mexico 
































I'ortLimon, Cen- 
tral America 






















1,216 
423 










Rotterdam, Neth- 
erlands ...» 


















- 














St. John, Canada. 


■ 


2,292 
























119 




Xampico. Mexico. 






















713 

82 

192 










Valparaiso, South 
America 






























Vera Cruz, Mex- 
ico 


I 




, _ 


















* 






Yarmouth, Can- 
_,»da 




384 
..... 


1 






















Tax-paid 












1 




1 










11,654 






2,676 

1 


1 
















211 


243 


464 




Total 


3,547,262 


124 


190 


575 


1,152 4,959 


1,284 


1,951 


6,130 


7,449 


151, 836 


11, 654 



138 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



EXPORTATION OF DISTILLED SPIRITS—Continuod. 
4. BY FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PORTS IN 1894— Continued. 





[Quantities in taxable gallons.^ 














^ 




Rye. 


Gin. 


Porta to which exported. 


Baltimore. 


Brooklyn. 


d 

I 


• 

o 


Newport News. 


• 

M 
u 

o 

1 


• 

.a 


. 

ID 

eS 

O 


Alexandria. E?vnt 












194 
19, 086 






Bermuda. W est Indies ........... 
















Bliiefields. Centrnl America. , ^ - - r 
















'Rnnaji dnl Torn. r!ATitrAl Amnrioji.. 
















94 


Bremen. Germany 


787, 363 










31, 139 






Constantinonle. Tnrkev 












Elmina. Africa 


















Gnavmas, Mexico . 


















Hamburs, Germany 


202, 597 










114, 783 
7,591 
7,739 


2,785 




Hamilton, Canada 












Honolulu, Sandwich Islands 
















Liverpool, Eneland 
















London. Ensland! 










43 


1,042 






Matico. Mexico - , - 






190 


77 






Marfteilles. P'rance 














Moeador, Africa 


















New Lsuredo, Mexico 


















Port Elizabeth, A frica 




76 














Port Limon, Central America 
















Rama, Central America 


















Rosario, South America 












212 
41 






Rotterdam, Netherlands 
















Salonica, Turkey 
















Sierra Leone, Africa 


















Smyrna, Turkey 


















W . Coast Africa 
















Tax paid 






. . 1 . . 
















i 










Total 


989, 960 


76 


190 


77 


43 


181, 827 


2, 785 


94 






• 


Rum. 


Miscellaneous. 


Ports to which exported. 

• 


1 

o 


New York. 


i 

a 

08 


• 

o 


• 
«D 


• 

1 

;z5 


• 

Nogales. 


• 


• 

1 


Alexandria. EsryDt .'. 




5,642 








223 




Bermuda, West Indies 














Blaefields. Central America 










1,873 










Bocas del Tore, Central America. 


















Bremen, German' r 






36, 218 














Constantinople, Turkey 


20, 549 
752,660 
















Elmina, Africa ■ 


















Guaymas, Mexico 












214 






Hamburff, Grermany 






999 












Hamilton, Canada 


















Honolulu, Sandwich Islands 












8,875 




213 




Liverpool, England 


76,854 
452 


7,253 










London, F.nglf^jifl . 
















Mexico, Mexico 






165 












Marseilles, France 




76, 808 
43 














Mogador, Africa 


















New Laredo, Mexico 






204 












Port Elizabeth, Africa 


















Port Limon, Central America 










288 
89 










Rama, Central America. 














. 




Rosario, South America 


















Rotterdam, Netherlands 




















Salonica, Turkey 


897 

7,958 

34,534 

2,677 


















Sierra Leone, Africa 


1,501 




i 










Smyrna, Turkey 














W. Coast Africa 
















Tax paid 








1.... 








13,025 




i 












Total 


896, 581 01- 247 


37, 217 


369 '>■ 9AA 


9,098 


214 


213 


13,025 






„,_.. 1 




' 




' 1 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



139 



. EXPORTATION OF DISTILLED SPIRITS— CoHtinued. 



4. Br FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC PORTS IN 1894— Continued. 

[Quantities in taxable gallons.] 





Alcohol. 


Cologne 
spirits. 


Ports to which exported. 


i 

> 

an 

a 
2 


• 

1 


• 


1 


• 

n 


• 

t 

1 


• 

a 


• 

o 


Blnefields. Central America 










440 




» 
















60,792 




Cape Haytien, West Indies 












426 
11,293 




Co on, riRntrflJ, Americi^- ., - ..... 
















CS.JDiaz. Mexico 




431 












GreytowTi, Central AniArica 










13,991 






Hambnrs, Germanv 




1 








2,233 


Hamilton. Bermuda 
















4,138 


Juarez, Mexico 






10, 327 












Matanioras. MeTfico. . ,,...,,.. 


*2i,387' 






1 






Mexico. Mexico 


4,628 


1,279 


177 










Kawaa. West Indies 






261 


..... i 


Porfirio Diaz. Mexico. , 




1,413 












Port an Prince. W est Indies . , - . 










3,432 

6, 108 

264 

6,312 






St. Thomas. West Indies 






1 




........ 


2,680 


TqtIm ralftiid. Weftt IndiAA - - - - 


! 


'1 






WelliiifftOTii. Australia 


1 


1 










1 








Total 


21,387 6-472 


11,606 


177 


440 


41, 087 


60,792 


9.051 











SPIRITS REMOVED IN BOND FOR EXPORT. 

I 

The following statement shows the quantity and percentage of pro- 
duction of distilled spirits removed in bond for export during each 
fiscal year since the passage of the act of June 6, 1872: 



Tear. 



1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 



Taxable 
(proof) gal- 
lons 
exported. 



2, 358, 630 

4, 060, 160 

587,413 

1, 308, 900 

2,529,528 

5,499,252 

14, 837, 581 

16,765,666 

15,921,482 

8, 092, 725 

5,326,427 



Percent- 
age of pro- 
duction. 



3.45+ 

5.90+ 

0.96+ 

2.25+ 

4.22+ 

9.80+ 

20.63+ 

18.55+ 

13. 52+ 

7.64+ 

7.19+ 



Year. 



1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 



Taxable 
(proof) gal- 
lons 
exported. 



9,586, 
10, 671, 
5,646, 
2, 223, 
1, 514, 
2,590, 
1, 367, 
1,676, 
3, 218, 
3,762, 
6, 114. 



738 
118 
656 
913 
205 
235 
726 
395 
787 
231 
417 



Percent- 
age of pro- 
duction. 



12. 70+ 
14.24+ 
7.02+ 
2.85+ 
2.15+ 
2.89+ 
1.25+ 
1.44+ 
2.80+ 
2.14+ 
6, 85+ 



140 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



The quantity of spirits (6,114,417 gallons) withdrawn for exportation 
during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, is greater than the quantity 
(3,762,231 gallons) so withdrawn during the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1893, by 2,352,186 gallons, the increase being distributed among the 
different kinds known to the trade as follows: 

Increase in the withdrawals of— Gallons. 

Bourbon whisky 1,312,510 

Rye whisky 734,049 

Rum 348,632 

Pure, neutral, or cologne spirits 985 

Miscellaneous 31, 399 

Total increase 2,427,575 

Decrease in the withdrawals of— Gallons. 

Alcohol 74,602 

Gin 787 

Total decrease 75,389 

Net increase 2,352,186 

Statement, by Disti^icts and Kinds, of the Quantity of Spirits Withdrawn 
FROM Distillery Warehouses for Scientific Purposes and for the Use of 
THE United States during the Year ended June 30, 1894. 

[Quantities in taxable gallons.] 



District and State. 



First California 

First Illinois 

Fifth lUinois 

Eighth Illinois 

Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

^Nebraska 

First New York 

Twenty-eighth New York. 

First Ohio 

Oregon 



Bourbon Rye 
whisky, i whisky. 



First Wisconsin 
Total 



Withdrawn for scientific purposes and for 
the use of the United States during the year 
ended June 30, 1893 



1,524 



1,524 



970 



970 



2,405 



Pure, 

Alcohol. I ^''Jtt^^'' 
cologne 

I spirits. 



7,813 

27,353 

4,662 

430 

471 

85 



85 
190 

1,537 
444 

1,773 
13, 422 

6,999 

1,138 
692 
621 



67, 715 



64,827 



3,078 



790 



10 



610 



4,488 



2,466 



Aggregate. 



3,078 

7,813 

28,143 

4,662 

430 

471 

85 

1,524 

85 

1,170 

1,537 

444 

1,773 

14, 032 

6,999 

1,138 

692 

621 



74,697 



69,696 



^ 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



141 



INCREASED WITHDRAWALS OF SPIRITS FOR SCIENTIFIC PURPOSES 

AND USB OF THE UNITED STATES. 

The preceding table shows au increase of spirits withdrawn for sci- 
entific purposes and for the use of the United States of 4,999 gallons 
over the quantity so withdrawn in the fiscal year ended June 30, 1893, 
as follows: 



Increase in — 

Pure, neutral, or cologne spirits. 
Alcohol 



Gallons. 
. 2,022 
. 2.888 



Rye whisky 970 



Total increase 5, 880 

Decrease in Bourbon whisky 881 



Net increase 4, 999 



TBANSFER OF SPIRITS FROM DISTILLERY WAREHOUSES TO MANU- 
FACTURING WAREHOUSES. 

Statement of the Quantity op Spirits Withdrawn for Transfer to Manu- 
facturing Warehouses during the Year ended June 30, 1894. 

[Qaantities in taxable gallons. ] 



Distriot and State. 



Fifth Illinois 

Bighth Illinois .... 

Maryland 

Second Kentncky . 
Seventh Kentucky 



Total 



Transfers to mannfactaring ware- 
hooaes during the year ended 
June 30, 1893 



Bourbon I Rye 
whisky. ! whisky. 



386 

42 



428 



457 



I Pure, 
j spirits. 



18, 636 



17,462 
12, 858 



Miscel- 
laneous 
(whisky). 



969 



457 I 18,636 



30, 320 



1,338 ' 10,782 i 



96. 351 



969 



Aggregate. 



18,431 

31, 494 

457 

386 

4J 



50,810 



810 



109,281 



DECREASED TRANSFERS OF SPIRITS FROM DISTILLERY WAREHOUSES 

TO MANUFAOTUINa WAREHOUSES. 

As compared with transfers in 1893, the above table shows a decrease 
of 58,471 gallons in the quantity of spirits transferred to manufacturing 
warehouses, distributed as follows : 

Decrease in — Gallons. 

Rye whisky 881 

Pure neutral or cologne spirits 66, 031 

Total decrease 66,912 

Increase in — Gallons. 

Bourbon whisky 428 

Alcohol 7,854 

Miscellaneous 159 

Total increase. . , 8, 441 

Net decrease 58, 471 



142 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



StPlUlXS LOST BY CASUALTY IN WAREHOUSE DURING THE YEAR. 



s'tatkhknt or the quantity op spirits lost by casualty in distillery 
Warehouses during the Year ended June 30, 1894. 

[Quantities in taxable gallons.] 



lltiMtrtiM anil SUte. 


Bo urbon 
whisky. 


Rye whisky. 


. 
J 


• 


Gin. 


Pure, neutral, 
or cologne 
spirits. 


i 
1 

i 


Aggregate. 


Speci6c kind 
of spirits re> 
ported in mis- 
cellaneous 
column. 


AlAkklMlUI^. . ........••••• 














523 
211 

*'i,"io6' 

19 


\ 

523 

211 

2 

1,896 

19 

L77 

76 

2 


Com whisky. 
Do 


A I'WkillMttM ........«••.• 




'//^'.'.'.'... .......... 






Vivmi ( ^ulitbrnla 




1 






2 




1 ItUtl'i* ilk .....> 










Do 


\ f *"*•• ii»w. ••••••« •■■••••0 

b'iiMli lUiuois 




L... 








Whisky. 


hMhki Ullnuis 




1 






177 


kliiihth lUiuols 












2 i 74 


Com in «*• 


Thirtuttnth Illinois .... 












2 




cess. 


Hi ^ Ilk ludluna 












45 i 45 


Whi8ky,malt 
and potato. 


MMVMiiih TudlAna ...... 






87 










87 

611 

2.750 

1,172 

5 

17,033 


HinHuui Kentucky 

V'ihh Kttutuoky 

HUi\\ Kentucky 

Hovmith Ktmtuoky — 

Kiuhlh Keutuoky 

Kl tiiikAMiita ............. 


611 

2,530 

1,172 

5 

17,033 

48 




1 








220 














........|....... 
























1 












I 




6 


54 ' WliiaVir 


h'li«Mt. M Imouri 




1 








1 
7 
2 

1 

8,078 

28,291 

8,436 

7 
76,624 

208 

648 

118 

2,687 

2,963 


' ' —"'—J • 


Hi\th Mtasouri 

KuitvttMku 


7 
















1 








i 


Do. 


'Iwviityolghth New 

Yuik. 
\\\\\f\ \\ North Carolina. 
VMith North Carolina . . 




1 












• 










8,078 
28, 201 


Corn whisky. 
Do 














bii'Mt Ohio 














8,436 


Whisky, cop- 
per, corn 
and spirits. 


Ki ithtf^anth Ohio 




7 
68,667 

208 










N ilk til Peiinsvlvania 








3,039 




5,018 


M! al t And 


Tw«»nty-third Penn- 
HiiuUi Carolina 










wheat 
whisky. 












648 

118 

2,687 


Com whisky. 
Do. 


MtiiHiud Tennessee 












Kt h h Tennessee 














Do. 


Mil th Viririnia 




2,983 





























Total 


21,406 


71,995 89 




3,039 


183 


56,051 


152, 763 












Lost by casualty daring 
tiio vear ended June 
aO, 1^03. 


1,500,603 


357,848 


89 


36, 117 


98 

1 


*20,473 


1,915,228 





* Includes 1 gallon gin. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



143 



CASUALTIES. 

Statement of Distill'ed Spirits Reported as Lost by Casualty in Distillery 
Warehouses, including Seizures, Fraudulent Removals, Excessive Leak- 
ages, ETC., DURING THE FISCAL YEARS 1893 AND 1894. 





[Quantities in taxable gallons.' 












Nature of 


casualty 
Theft. 


T. 






District. 


t'ire. 


Othpr- 
casual- 
ty. 


Exces 
sive 
leakage 


Leak- 
age or 
theft. 


Seized. 


Errors 

in 
gauge. 


Total. 


Alabama 


386 








137 
195 




523 


Arkansas 




' 




16 
2 

1 
19 


211 


First California 






........ - - 


2 


GreoTgia 


1,167 




97 




437 


194 


1,896 
19 


Firatlllinois 


Fifth Illinois 




-177 








* 


177 


Eighth Illinois 




' 








76 
2 


76 


Thirteenth Illinois 














2 


Sixth Indiana 




45 

87 










45 


Seventh Indiana 














87 


Second Eentucky 


425 






142 




44 
176 

1 

5 

23 

6 

1 
7 
2 

1 

2 


611 


FifthKentuckv 


2, 583 
tl,171 






2,759 


Sixth Eentnck y 










1,172 


Seventh Kentucky 


........ 










5 


Eighth Kentucky 


16,804 








206 





17, 033 


Minnesota 


48 






54 


First Missonii 








i 


1 


Sixth Missouri 














7 


Nebraska 














2 


Twenty-eiffhth New York 














1 


Fourth North Carolina 


2,768 
4,353 






648 
1,107 


' i.'gos' 


4,662 

20,769 




8,078 


Fifth North Carolina 


V8*,'434' 
§7 


46 


28, 291 


First Ohio 


8,436 


Eighteenth Ohio 








i 


7 




76, 624 






1 




76, 624 


Twenty -third Pennsvlyania 


133 


22 
56 


2i" 


46. 
415 
97 
48 
29 


* 'i76' 


7 
1 


'208 


South Carolina 




648 


Second Tennessee 






118 


Fifth Tennebsee 


2,694 

985 




5 
46 


■'i,*9i8' 


40 
5 


2,687 


Siita Virginia 


2.983 




1 




Total 


106, 106 


12, 685 1 272 


1,776 


3,657 


27, 719 


548 


152, 763 






Year 1893 


1, 892, 093 


5,513 1 1-869 


428 


4,371 


10,196 


758 

• 


1,915,228 













' Accident, t Cyclone. \ Collapse of building. ^ Balance remaining ui>on closing out distillery. 

SPIRITS LOST BY'FIEE IN WAREHOUSES FOR THE LAST TWENTY-TWO 

YEARS. 

The following statement stoVs the quantity of spirits lost in distil- 
lerywarehouses by fire during each of the last twenty-two calendar 
years. As it shows also the stock of spirits in warehouse at the close 
of each of the fiscal years 1872 to 1893, both inclusive, the percentage 
of loss on stock held may be readfly computed : 

[Quantities in taxable gallons.] 



Years. 



InVond 
June 30. 



J5J2 10,103,392 

J? 12.917,462 

£* 15,817.709 

£5 13,367,253 



1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 



1883. 



12, 984, 896 
13, 258, 794 
14,088,773 
19, 212, 470 
31, 363, 869 
64, 648, 111 
89, 862, 645 
80,499,993 



Total loss. 



28,399 

9,901 

124,602 

81,493 

99, 102 1 

7,487 

29, 913 

2,465 

14,620 

198. 251 

175, 216 

396. 299 



Years. 



1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1883 
1889 
1890 
1891 



In bond 
June 30. 



63,502,551 
54, 724, 916 
58, 096, 620 
65, 145, 269 
61, 030, 236 
68,509.288 
89, 718, 271 
112,921,457 



1892 ; 127,596,339 



1893 



Total. 



147, 894, 694 



1,227,265,008 



Total loss. 



416,609 

109, 030 

181, 198 

112, 722 

18,925 

32, 252 

1, 160, 769 

50,431 

48,944 

1,1)75,766 



5, 274, 394 



( Average loss, ^^ of 1 per cent.] 

The loss during the six months ended June 30, 1894, wa,§» ^^5\^ %^- 
lous, the stock on hand June 30, 1894, being 137,^9^,01% g^Woii^. 



144 



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146 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



PRODUCTS, BY MONTHS, OF SPIRITS IN WAREHOUSE JUNE 30, 1894, 

Statement, by Months, op Production of Spirits in Warehouse in each 

District of the United States June 30, 1894. 





[Quantities in taxable gallone 


^.] 








District. 


Prior to 

June, 

1891. 


June, 
1891. 


Jnlv, 
1891. 


Auff., 
1891. 


Sept., 
1891. 


Oct., 
1891. 


Nov., 
1891. 


Dec., 
1891. 


AlAbamA ...•.......•...•••• 


















A T'IcSiTiRa.n .....••......•••-• 


93 






470 








261 


First California 






. 








Fourth CaUforaia 


















Colorado. 












• 






f lonnf^cfciciilf •..•.....••..•• 


33,476 
2,233 
1,448 

19. 110 


5,839 

182 

2,225 

1,108 


3,712 
540 


7,933 
510 


48 
652 




23 

1,090 

147 

19,487 




(rf^orfiria. 


92 


1,667 


First Illinois 


5.043 


Fifth Illinois 




138 


31,766 


35,192 


85,375 


Fichth Illinois . . . .' 






Thirteenth Illinois 


















Sixth Indiana 


31, 146 
487 
295, 113 
1, 378, 447 
397,168 
734, 951 
834,180 


3,622 


2,130 


476 




10,751 


21, 151 

96 

16, 151 

211, 129 

68,057 

35,322 

8,093 


927 


^^vATitili TndianA ........... 




1,576 
121,090 
723,942 
131,462 
171,338 
306,900 


SACond ^Kentucky. ... 


12,438 
245,719 

71,781 
133, 650 
142, 104 


478 

46 

137 

4,167 

23,523 




471 


979 


Fifth Kentucky 




Sixth Keutnckv 








Seyenth Kentucky 

Fifirhth Kentucky 










99 




Iioniaiana ................. 






Marv land. ................. 


161, 184 

1,718 

13, 078 


148,899 

531 

17,414 


' ii6,'978 
3,835 
3,074 


15,471 
2,540 


74, 565 
2,414 


169, 330 
551 


240, 379 

2,016 

90 

48 
1,371 


26i,'379 


Third Massachusetts 

Minnesota ..... 


3,517 


First Missouri .......... 








176 


SiTf.Ti MiaamiTi 


25, 512 

7,487 


2,530 








96 


2,331 


Nehraska 








9,576 
1,370 
3,490 


New Hamnshire 








319 
13,701 


1,858 
4,543 


3,421 
1,589 


Fifth New Jersey 


6,263 


6,410 


1,056 


4,721 


First New York 


Third New York 


















Twenty-eighth New York . 
Fourth North Carolina . 


1,490 


2, 193 


601 


927 




1,100 


889 


1.845 






Fifth North Carolina 


141 

82, 117 

304 

891 

1,281 


43 

41, 163 

602 

3,227 

404 


i86 
6,929 


126 
5,961 


83 
6,142 




140 
29,448 


507 


First Ohio 


2,284 


67, 170 


Tentli Ohio 


1,965 


Eleventh Ohio 








332 


1,237 

413 

377 

31,983 

37,262 

1,311 

464,224 


1,675 


Eisbteeitth Ohio 


45 






564 


Orecron 








3,332 


First Pennsylvania. .... 

Ninth Pennsylyania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania 


27,833 

33, 571 

17 

412, 450 

76S 


19,332 
26,002 

46 
368, 623 

50 


27,854 
34,114 


30,491 
1,060 


'"'31*753 

19,565 

192 

172, 547 

514 


33,009 
38,204 

329 
352, 242 

708 


47, 717 

39,595 

1,852 


Twenty -thirdPennsylvania 
South Carolina 


200,602 
91 


137,503 
372 


551,687 
771 


Second Tennessee 






Fifth Tennessee 


43, 247 


6,406 


9,208 


10,425 


5,044 


9,231 


10,268 


37,946 


Third Texas 




Fourth Texas 


49 


99 














Second Virarinia 














Sixth Vircinia 


iiii 

44^230 


1,889 

30,905 

2,204 


1,291 


342 


550 
34,918 


2,097 
51,085 


6.656 

47,799 

94 


8,374 


West Virginia 


33,925 


Jt'trst Wisconsin 


139 




2,257 














Total hy months 


4,593,592 


1,297,640 


440,736 


219, 466 


395, 333 


714, 103 


1, 261, 76j 


2, 632, 602 



RECAPITULATION BY STATES AND GROUPS OF STATES. 



Alabama, Arkansas, Cali- 
fornia, Colorado, Connec- 
ticut, and Georgia . . . 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Kentucky 

Louisiana, Maryland, Mas- 
sachusetts, and Minne- 
sota 

Missouri 

Nebraska, New Hampshire, 
and New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio and Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina and Ten- 
nessee 

Texas, Virginia, "West Vir- 
ginia, and Wisconsin 

Total 



35, 802 

20, 558 

31, 633 

3, 639, 859 



175,980 
25,512 

13, 750 

1,490 

141 

84, 593 

473,871 

44,013 

46, 390 



6,021 

3,333 

3,622 

605,692 



166,844 
2,530 

6,410 

2,193 

43 

45.396 

414, 003 

6,456 

35, 097 



4,593,5921,297,640 



4,252 



2,130 
28, 351 



123, 887 



1,056 
601 
186 

6,974 
262, 570 

9,299 

1,430 



440,736 



8,913 
138 
476 



18,011 



4,721 
927 
126 

5,961 
169, 054 

10,797 

342 



219, 466 



700 
31,766 



570 
76,969 
14,020 



83 

6,142 

224,057 

5,558 

35,468 



395, 333 



92 

35,192 

10, 751 

979 



169,881 
* 96 

6,401 
1,100 



2,616 
423,874 

9,939 

53, 182 



714, 103 



1,113 

19,634 

21,247 

338,752 



242. 485 
1,419 

5,010 

889 

140 

31,475 

534,780 

10,268 

54,549 



1, 261, 761 



1,928 
90,418 
2,503 
1, 454, 732 



264,896 
2,507 

14,436 

1,845 

507 

74,706 

640,851 

38, 717 

44,556 



2,632,602 



C0MMI8SI0NEE OF INTERNAL REVEl^UE. 



147 



PEODUCTS, BY MONTHS, OF SPIRITS IN WAREHOUSE JUNE 30, 1894— Cont'd. 

Statement, by Months, of Production op Spirits in Warehouse in each 
District op the United States June 30, 1894 — Continued. 



District. 



Alabama 

Arkansas •• 

First Califomia 

Fourth Califomia 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Georgia 

First niinois 

Fifth niinois 

Eighth Illinois 

TMrteenth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Sixth Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Tnird Massachusetts 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

Nebraska 

Kew Hampshire 

Fifth NewOersey 

FirstNew York 

Third New York 

Twenty-eighth New York 
Fourth North Carolina . . . 

Fifth North Carolina 

FirstOhlo 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania . . . 
TwenW-thirdPennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth TeniieHsee 

Third Texas 

Fourth Texas 

Second Vir^nia 

Sixth Virginia 

West Virginia 

First Wisconsin 



Jan., 
1892. 



265 



Feb., 
1892. 



371 
469 



h 



951 

1,055 

4,233 

60,865 

87 

480 

8,643 

264 

279,898 

047,7381, 

161, 507i 

385, 956 

508.990' 



619 

9.485 

10, 290 

352 



21,492 



350,486 
532, 100 
259,250 
625, 077 
665,287 



Mar., 
1892. 



48 
843 

96 
248 



522 

32,029 

1,503 

750 

47 

20,918 



221, 756 
8,076 
530 
1,042 
2,294 
1,922 
1,048 
5,466 



Total by months. 



2,146 

500 

714 

67, 208 

2,643 

19, 988 

1,139 

1,794 

52,348 

37, 949 

819 

474. 399 

964 

46 

13,223 



7,772 
29, 337 



3,415,199 



200, 860 

5,070 

88 

266 

2,168 

2,450 

915 

16, 530 



435, 495 
1, 968, 814 
419, 297 
843,001 
898, 171 



252,421 
12,544 



2, 119 

63 

322 

94, 012 

4, 446 

12. 826 

2,576 



29,136 
3,723 

12,937 
1,697 

20^944 



43,867 

35,445 

834 

486,960 

565 

234 

31,097 



10, 309 

27, 861 

143 



4,976 

268 

235 

134, 385 

4,832 

9,569 

2.424 

3,511 

64,299 

17,717 

884 

657, 950 

50 

373 

48,060 



4,457,304 



11, 214 

29, 838 

1,839 



Apr., 
1892. 



883 

241 

1,598 



May, 
1892. 



319 
1,037 



142 



589 

5, 366| 

3,128 

5,482 

902 

39,620 

92 

348,121 

1,855,870], 

464, 384 

891, 597 

918, 927 



294. 617 
15. 983 



1,077 

6,535 

65,636 

68.869 

186 

71, 140 

1.814 

306. 120 

838, 142 

489, 789 

763, 908 

919,038 



June, 
L892. 



267 
676 



1,109 

951 

30.552 

6,088 



11,218 
16, 152 
11, 853 
3.740 
19, 58:t 



307, 301 

13, 810 

90 

6, 414 

14, 539 



99,704 

11,901 

97, 745 

1,024,226 

337, 779 

476, 487 

509,104 



203, 576 
9,707 



180 

5,722 

729 

360 

102,099 

3,887 

12,518 

453 

5,667 

57,584 

14, 222 

1,300 

682, 170 

643 

464 

38,991 



93 



891 
8,285 



1,624 
13, 707 



3,782 

318 

663 

85,960 



7,908 

1,234 

1,826 

55. 849 

20,806 

2,021 

653, 272 

288 

891 

50,456 



11,736 

28, 651 

5,172 



5,947,6085,882,587 



12,999 

29,947 

3,178 



5, 822, 635 



19,749 



3,258 

9,182 

423 

906 

61. 494 



13, 765 

1,301 

1,185 

38,462 

8,361 

1,956 

525, 982 

293 

463 

27, 839 



8,069 

27,263 

2,612 



3,571,611 



July, 
1892. 



82 
191 



220 
417 



"10, 506 
90 



13, 502 



18,655 

342, 168 

6,344 

64, 905 

51,978 



35, 630 
8,221 



614 
1,619 

87 



24,342 



7,749 

435 

1.164 

28. 146 



6,405 

827 

35,222 

7,069 

1,451 

237,980 

44 

426 

7,345 



2,056 
'i,*928 



917, 818 



Aug., 
1892. 



65 



374 
ii*949 



46 
8,584 



714 
86, 861 



34,914 
16, 972 



95 
2,442 



47 



27,943 



1 .'>*>? 
138 

4,040 



46 

3,691 

411 

37,640 

2,034 

2,341 

74, 119 



190 
2,515 



618 



320, 727 



RECAPITULATION BY STATES AND GROUPS OP STATES. 



Alabama, Arkansas, Cali- 
fornia. Colorado, Connec- 
ticut, and G^eorgia 

Illinois 

Indiana............... 

Kentucky 

Louisiana, Maryland. Mas- 
sachusetts, and Minne- 
sota 

Missouri .' 

Nebraska, New Hamp- 
shire, and New Jersey. . . 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio and Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina and Ten- 



nessee 

Texas, Vlrrinia, West Vir- 
ginia, and Wisconsin. . . 



Total 



2, 



1.415 

65,665 

8,907 

384,089 



230, 362 
3,336 

8,436 

2,146 

1,214 

92, 772 

565, 515 

14, 233 

37.109 



1,459 
20.127 
21,492 
3,432,200 



206.018 
2,434 

19, 895 

2,119 

385 

113,860 

567, 106 

31,896 

38, 313 



3,415,199 



1,757 
34.329 
20,918 
4,564,778 



264,965 
32,859 

35, 578 

4,976 

503 

154,721 

740, 850 

48,483 

42,891 



4,457,304 



5, 947, 608 



3,311 
14, 878 
39, 712 
4,478,899 



310,600 

27,370 

35, 176 

5,902 

1,089 

124,624 

755, 276 

40, 098 

45, 652 



5,882,587 



2,575 
141, 226 
72, 954 
4, 316, 997 



321, 201 
20,953 

15, 331 

3,782 

981 

96,928 

731, 948 

51, 635 

46, 124 



5,822,635 



2,052 
37, 591 
111, 605 
2, 445, 341 



213, 283 
9,176 

19,749 

12,440 

1,329 

77,745 

574,761 

28, 595 

37,944 



910 

10, 596 

13, 502 

484,050 



43,851 

24,429 
7,749 
1,599 

35, 378 
281, 722 

7,815 

3,984 



439 

11,995 

8,584 

139,461 



2,537 
47 

27, 943 

1,527 

549 

8,188 

116, 134 

2,705 

618 



i3,8ri\,Wl\ ^Y1,«V%\ ^«ift,T2\ 



\ 



148 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



PRODUCTS, BY MONTHS, OF SPIRITS IN WAREHOUSE JUNE 30, 1894— Cont'd 

Statement, by Months, of Production of Spirits in Warehouse in xagh 
District op the United States June 30, 1894— Continued. 



District. 



Alabama 

Arkanaas 

First California 

Fourth CaUfomia 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Georgia 

First Illinois 

Fifth Illinois...-. 

Eighth Illinois 

TWrteenth lUinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Sixth Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Louisiana , 

Maryland 

Third Massachusetts . .» . . 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

SixthMissouri 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire - 

Fifth New Jersey 

First New York 

Third New York 

Twenty-eighth New York 
Fourth North Carolina . . . 

Fifth North Carolina 

FitstOhio 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania . . . 
Twenty-third Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Third Texas 

Fourth Texas 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virginia 

"West Virginia 

First "Wisconsin 



Sept., 
1892. 



42 



424 



1,805 
6,379 



701 

63,645 

138 



12,416 



69,337 

8,844 



1,765 

388 



26,167 
5,072 
2,359 
1,991 



320 
12, 523 



Oct., 

1892. 



136 



590 

132 

1,097 



20,964 



12,615 
244,279 
76, 162 
41, 620 
84,540 



243,451 
12,966 



29, 935 
731 



644 
501 



Nov., 
1892. 



235 
573 



413 
53, 336 
69,830 
63,605 



26,841 



42,180 
663, 016 
268,841 
183,890 
383,044 



Dec, 
1892. 



270 

1,734 

678 



954 
141, 491 
192, 8.33 
361,708 



70,143 
17, 537 
124,940 
2, 014, 698 
456, 559 
626, 938 
849,119 



Jan., 
1893. 



250 
2,750 
1,430 



131> 
149, 
410, 



878 
338 
888 
739 



321, 058 
16,876 



81, 117 
1,049 



1,883 
4,221 
1,989 



3, 835, 

45| 

422! 

21, i7o; 



6,779 

182 

778 

139, 605 



688 

371 

94 

39, 195 

6,12;J 

3,307 

475, 101 

45 

296 

5,286 



1,992, 
2,399 



Total by months 



1,671 

30,724 

142 



42,661 

14,413 

3,371 

706,705 

134 

253 

13,846 



232 



3,135 

54,835 

1,818 



777,2591,641,619 



1,472 

4,381 

762 

55, 747 

18,309 

3,256 

794,957 

90: 

649 

32,986 



339,953 
53,715 



1,379 
3,776 



553 
6,553 
8,064 



2,781 

440 

747 

126,309 



16,592 

5,916 

3,654 

62,240 

29, 259 

4,677 

862,701 



75, 
34, 
337, 
2,452, 
619, 
980, 
986, 



215 
532 
282 
398 
352 
511 
159 



365,564 

24,954 

175 

1,277 

5,123 



Feb., 
1893. 



1,700 



2, 



979 

46,986 

32,205 

64,788 

11,529 

24,076 

225 

387,339 

491,387 

671, 822 

899,035 

993, 151 



358, 592 
31, 216 



1,658 

9,635 

597 



794 

1, 158 

583 

138,311 



1,402 
5,369 



1,223 
23,453 



2,084 

1,652 

139, 038 



26 



7,952 

42,714 

1,012 



45 
44,745 



128 



11, 729 

-44, 839 

1,570 



12, 659 

5,325 

8,240 

61,221 

35, 878 

3,944 

856, 525 

70 

532 

25,085 



231 



11, 118 

56, 305 

9,985 



3, 296, 25416, 491, 967,7, 819, 669 



4,897 

6,011 

7,593 

60,250 

60,027 

4,157 

797, 406 

1,043 

666 

42,440 



688 



12, 710 

52, 234 

2,522 



7,241,895 



Mar., 
1893. 



4,020 



4, 

2, 

36. 

35, 

49, 



123 
235 
018 
599 
167 



58, 

480, 

2, 840, 

734, 

997, 

1,122. 



034 
226 
736 
156 
809 
328 
390 



389,925 

48, 159 

89 

2,615 

7,191 

23 

2,841 

32,995 



Apr., 
1893. 



4,462 
54 



3,650 

2,036 

6,515 

29,S6» 

47,190 



28,666 

447 

475, 931 

2,705,561 

697,696 

933,573 

1, 005, 702 



349,861 
48,763 



4,408 
17, 051 



458 
25,292 



.1. 



1,097 

3,424 

2,673 

165,955 

2,351 

11,696 

8,301 

5,324 

62,301 

69,358 

5,267 

916, 729 

285 

857 

73,936 



1,084 



28,229 
57, 910 
14,880 



8, 280, 336 



1,312 
3,303 
3,749 
145,506 
4,696 
16,690 
8,284 



60,367 

56,127 

3,764 

850,354 

712 

1.037 

78,141 



1,040 



20,321 
54,425 
20,092 



7,725,8283 



RECAPITULATION BY STATES AND GROUPS OF STATES. 



Alabama, Arkansas, Cali- 
fornia, Colorado, Connec- 
ticut, and Greorgia ... 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Kentucky 

Louisiana, Maryland, Mas- 
sachusetts, and Minne- 
sota 

Missouri 

Nebraska, New Hampshire, 
and New Jersey 

New York -^ 

North Carolina 

Ohio and Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina and Ten- 
nessee 

Texas, Virginia, West Vir- 
ginia, and Wisconsin. . . 

Total 



466 

1,805 

6,379 

76,900 


• 726 

1,229 

20,964 

459,206 


78, 181 
2,158 


256,417 
30,666 


26, 167 

9,422 

320 

13, 676 

523, 726 


644 

4,336 

467 

25,561 

767,150 


5,627 


14,233 


32,437 


60,020 


777, 259 


1, 641, 619 



1,221 

186, 771 

26,841 

1,541,571 



3,636 
696,032 
87, 680 
4,072,254 



337, 984 398, 668 



82,166 

6,104 

8,768 

960 

146, 220 

872, 269 

33,725 

51. 704 



5,155 

7,106 
10, 845 

1,187 
152, 471 
958, 877 

44,790 

58,266 



5,308 
691,965 
109, 747 
5, 375, 702 



390,693 
6,400 




11,293 

1,391 

l,741j 3,736 
164,5351 l.'>7,539 
957,568» 921,8401,053,655 



10, 378 

120, 784 

58,260 



10,211 
83,273 
29,103 



6,175,419.5,818,463 



438, 173 
9,806 

35,859 

1,097 

6,097 

193,627 



25,687 



44,149 



75 078 



77,639 68,154! 102,103 



7, 819, 669|7, 241, 895!8, 280, 336 



398,644 
21,459 

25,750 

1,312 

7,052 

175, 176 

970,612 

79,890 

104,878 



7,725,823 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



149 



PRODUCTS, BY MONTHS, OF SPIRITS IN WAREHOUSE JUNE 30, 1894— ContM. 

Statement, by Months, of Production of Spirits in Warehouse in each 
District of the United States June 30, 1894 — Continued. 



Distriots. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

First California 

Fourth California 

Colorado , ... 

Connectioiit 

Georgia 

First Illinois 

Fifth Illinois 

Eighth Illinois 

Thirteenth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Sixth Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Louisian a 

Maryland 

lliird Massachusetts 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire 

Fifth New Jersey 

First New York 

ThirdNew York 

Twenty-eighth New York 

Fourth North Carolina 

Fifth North Carolina ^ 

FkstOhio 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Twelfth Pennsylvania 

Twenty-thirdP'ennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Seeond Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Third Texas 

Fourth Texas 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virginia 

West Virginia 

Krst Wisconsin 



May, 
1893. 



6,399 
2,437 



June, 
1893. 



4,798 



July, 
1893. 



95 

4,059 

371 



189: 



>3. 



380 
2,515 
1,287 



Sept., 
1893. 



2,282 
1,226 



Oct., 
1893. 



1,282 
1,747 



Nov., 

1893. 



3,417 
2,124 



Dec, 
1893. 



269 

5,107 

527 



2,800 

1,502 

4,513 

51,685 

52,347 

5,528 

59, 153 

494 

410, 154 

2,834,976 

723, 945 

821, 177 

886,048 



2,712 
1,208 



2,160 
658 



4,555 
548 



1,978 

277 



2,955 
126 



8,510 
22,430 



8,746 
1,564 



34,394 
7, 632 

84,887 
980, 004 
409, 266 
173, 889 
273, 170 



10, 507 



7,955 

54, 685 

185 

29,893 

7,243 



Total by months 7, 634, 054 



844,225 

55, 815 

267 

6,674 

19,299 

47 

676 

9,564 

2,915 



169, 609 

33, 428 

6,194 

0,117 

14, 236 



6,113 
9,799 



2,925 
1,917 



1,706 
2,425 



17,629 



3,053 
2,219 
5,076 

167, 421 
3,483 

. 30, 035 
10, 189 



239 

1,331 

3,413 

41, 346 



6,913 
2,831 



62, 587 

65,174 

5,806 

804,299 

613 

1,081 

89, 959 



832 



25,535 
44,027 
10, 025 



57, 031 

30, 433 

4,300 

557, 834 

895 

619 

52, 969 



1,079 

587 

1,771 

9,419 



312 
2,947 



4,945 

26, 736 

6,998 



3,034,948 



47, 685 

8,603 

3,551 

173, 827 



1,343 
19, 718 

832 
2,806 

297 



1. 404 



365 
'267 



1,911 

25,745 

1,744 

51, 576 

201 

2,007 

316 

373 

10, 171 

275 



6,553 
2,672 



76, 749 
21, 949 



544 
614 



1, 515 
1, 282 



82,743 
6,901 
1,932 
3,109 
2, 786 



16, 950 



174 

663 

1,351 

10,465 



40 

123 

436 

44,063 

5,395 

2,065 

102, 124 



520 
29, 676 



2,416 



23 



45 
27,945 



6,768 



306 

949 

1,573 

999 



6,779 
210 



85 

1,242 

1.357 

19, 874 



380 

177 

688 

43,723 

3,014 

3,303 

153,494 



186 
22,331 



1361 
1, 391 



2, 072 



398 

1,226 

29,652 

1,926 



448,920 



260,102 



380,822 



16, 571 

985 

1, 277 

52, 926 

6,780 

6,511 

230, 024 



422 
24,823 



742 
186 

2,280 
31, 393 

1,581 



603,948 



8,452 

664 

72, 116 

188,763 

73, 356 

8,133 

86,411 

24, 102 

2,843 

113,979 

32, 711 

51, 702 

23,176 

8,498 

146, 184 

30, 936 

14,005 

13, 749 

3, 840 

12, 141 

1,602 

8,408 

89 



2,886 

1,138 

1,974 

72,642 



38,401 

1,102 

738 

57,522 

12, 805 

6.398 

376, 033 

1,290 

651 

26,292 



827 
147 

5,695 
29,030 

6.511 



1,568,483 



3,459 

851 

94, 869 

699,796 

138,463 

5,706 

42,999 

204, 614 

16,227 

685, 559 

335,034 

136, 784 

47, 025 

8,735 

270, 550 

29, 322 

16,713 

29, 431 

3,961 

38, 717 

1,239 

9,701 



10,656 

1,496 

3,454 

113,866 



65, 511 

7,662 

536 

67,694 

25,522 

7,943 

424,885 

4,958 

1,293 

29,753 



2,044 

344 

9,197 

21,202 

7,292 



3, 580, 966 



RECAPITULATION BY STATES AND GROUPS OF STATES. 



Alabama, Arkansas, Call- 
foniia, Colorado, Connec- 
ticut, and Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Kentucky 

*«ni8iana, Maryland, Mas- 
sachusetts, and Minne- 
Mta 

}P«80ttri 

Nebraska, New Hampshire, 

.wd New Jersey 

gcwYork 

X«rth Carolina 

^wo and Oregon 

Sj^nsylvania 

oottth Carolina and Ten- 

n,»eMee 

^•xaa, Virginia, West Vir 
V^Aa, and Wisconsin . . . 

Total 



13, 138 

114, 073 

59.647 

5, 676, 300 



400, 307 
25,973 

10,287 

5,968 

7,295 

211, 128 

937, 866 

91, 653 

80, 419 



8,718 

30, 940 

42, 026 

1, 921, 216 



209, 231 
20, 353 

4,131 

239 

4,744 

51,090 

649, 598 

53,983 

38, 679 



7,343 
10, 310 
10,507 
99,961 



16,912 
4,842 

17,629 
1,079 
2,358 

12. 678 
233, 666 

30,196 

2,439 



9,285 

"*24,*996 

9,225 
1,158 

16,950 

174 

2,014 

11,064 

153, 647 

27,990 

3,599 



7, 634, 054|3, 034,948) 448,920| 260,102 



5,758 

'"'i,*976 

98,698 
2,797 

«,768 

306 

^,522 

2,244 

203,534 

22,517 

33, 202 



6,110 
29,400 
51,777 
13, 142 



91, 576 
5,895 

6,779 

295 

2,599 

38, 707 

296, 241 

25,245 

36, 182 



9,657 
342, 868 
110, 513 
224,411 



199, 623 
17,589 

22, 151 

2,975 

3,112 

112, 883 

452, 758 

28,233 

42, 210 



10,213 

938,834 

247, 613 

1,170,629 



325,320 
33,892 

49,667 

10,666 

4,950 

187,676 

526,044 

36,004 

40,079 



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PRODUCTS, BY MONTHS, OF SPIRITS IN WAREHOUSE JUNE 30, 1894-Oont'd. 

Statement, by Months, of Production of Spirits in Warehouse in each 
District of the United States June JO, 1894 — Continued. 



Districts. 



Alabama 

Arkansas ^ 

First California 

Fourth California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Georgia 

First^Uinois 

Fifth Illinois 

Eighth Illinois 

Thirteenth Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky r 

Sixth Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky 

Eighth Kentucky 

Louisiana . ., 

Maryland 

Third Massachusetts 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire 

Fifth New Jersey 

First New York 

Third New York 

Twenty-eighth New York . 

Fourth North Carolina 

Fifth North Carolina 

First Ohio 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Twelth Pennsylvania 

Twentv -third Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Third Texas 

Fourth Texas 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virginia 

"West Virginia 

First Wisconsin 



Jan., 
1894. 



Total by months. 



164 

7,248 

16 



5,021 
2,219 
61,467 
819, 745 
213, 246 
12, 690 
45, 869 
189, 267 
79, 089 
1, 207, 037 
437, 417 
205, 093 
209, 772 
3,881 
272, 930 
20,094 
143, 077 
7,721 
4,740 
41, 987 
2,656 
24,077 
M45 



15, 157 

2,797 

3,298 

178, 318 



44, 439 
10, 516 

1,201 
46,552 
30,258 

6,007 
492, 619 

4,389 

1,881 
32,974 



1,905 

470 

12,408 

16, 200 

15, 728 



4, 935, 585 



Feb., 
1894. 



280 
6,759 
6,415 



5,822 
3,103 
65,947 
356, 497 
299,330 
13,309 
38, 927 
129, 062 
58, 187 
1, 260, 924 
476,582 
292,638 
245,989 
4,048 
256, 079 
50, 317 
91, 495 
79,971 
6,899 
39, 108 
2,558 
17, 235 
431 



11, 780 

2,880 

3,775 

167, 230 



8,202 

8,836 

1,736 

50,868 

31, 270 

3,837 

499,054 

1,224 

3,059 

30, 780 

282 

3,116 

239 

16, Oil 

14, 211 

35,451 



4, 701, 753 



Mar., 
1894. 



473 
7,496 
3,003 



28 
4,144 
6,980 
132, 221 
878, 042 
257,321 
812 
59,476 
207, 734 
94,119 
1,497,737 
673,420 
349, 159 
305,499 
2,505 
314,049 
91, 623 
129, 186 
252, 874 
10, 703 
164, 422 
2,803 
8.618 
262 



25,643 

3,635 

15, 265 

302,892 



33,969 
10, 796 

7,556 
54,633 
38,974 

3,959 
618, 380 

1,940 

4,100 

43,170 

234 

4,184 

289 

22, 287 

16, 228 

43,005 



6,645,848 



Apr., 
1894. 



1,175 

8,490 

285 



199 
7,849 
9,490 
46,087 
885,874 
399, 195 
143 
88,164 
242,403 
260, 410 
1,673,436 
638, 705 
351, 328 
317, 204 
1,629 
306, 254 
108, 931 
112,102 
236, 504 
15,232 
99, 607 
2,595 
12,575 



24,507 
4,366 

15, 613 

362, 338 

3,401 

17,228 
7,585 
1,734 

43,504 

43,035 

5,752 

534,219 

2,439 

5,087 

52,397 



4,208 

139 

29, 36] 

14, 926 

27, 743 



7, 025, 398 



Ma 



May, 

1^94. 



1,214 
9,240 
4,779 



190 

9,129 

17,894 

21,246 

854, 130 

443,094 



136,468 

98,770 
411,486 
1,837,697 
671,942 
474, 040 
322, 775 
9,505 
331, 925 

88,118 
160, 414 
186, 761 

23,444 

142,154 

877 

22,495 
105, 707 



39,924 
6,640 

22,065 
349,602 
5,272 
9,833 
6,839 
7,797 

50,420 

38,941 

8,450 

480,819 

1,974 

5,846 

58,254 



3,512 



27,064 
16, 894 
49,069 



7,574,709 



June, 
1894. 



1,337 
5,322 
5,901 



12, 051 

17, 027 

66, 352 

617. 198 

371, 370 

1,346 

81,546 

44, 323 

182, 929 

660, 828 

174, 358 

149, 622 

135, 428 

16,646 

178, 052 

111, 906 

107, 327 

83,613 

15, 342 

107, 589 



31,775 
246, 815 



40,652 
6,230 

36, 260 

297, 646 

5,160 

30,386 
5.282 



48,886 

17,024 

6,341 

349, 265 

3,480 

5,109 

51,005 



2,268 

131 

14, 748 

3,108 
83, 514 



4,432,498 



Total by 
districts. 



6,688 

94,583 

33, 659 

1,988 

417 

127,210 

83,784 

1,048,096 

6, 268, 522 

a, 376, 376 

64.406 

1, 399, 604 

1, 217, 799 

5, 758, 718 

38, 507, 238 

10, 907, 459 

12,876,470 

14,014,595 

55,447 

7, 904, 187 

1, 000, 299 

817, 340 

1,085,211 

245,640 

632, 107 

41,320 

513, 996 

374, 597 

5,797 

240,978 

49,683 

133, 170 

3,801,033 

43,042 

452, 888 

138, 738 

68,296 

1, 807, 409 

1, 019, 698 

121, 319 

18,510,064 

31.200 

37,321 

1,240,094 

516 

27,308 

2,479 

368,412 

1, 073, 352 

362, 525 



137,993,078 



RECAPITULATION BY STATES AND GROUPS OF STATES. 



Alabama, Arkansas, Cali- 
fornia, Colorado, Connec- 
licut, and Georgia 

Illinois 

Tti d i ft Ttft .- 

Kentucky 

Louisiana, Maryland, Mas- 
sachusetts, and Minne- 
sota 

Missouri , 

Nebraska, New Hampshire, 
and New Jersey , 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio and Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina and Tennes- 
see 

Texas, Virginia, West Vir- 
ginia, and Wisconsin 

Total 



14, 668 
1, 107, 148 
235, 136 
2,138,408 



439, 982 
12,461 

68, 720 

17,102 

6,095 

234,474 

575,436 

39,244 

46, 711 



4, 935, 585 



22,379 
735, 083 
167, 989 
2,334,320 



401,939 
86,870 

58,901 

12,211 

6,655 

186, 004 

585,029 

35,063 

69, 310 



4,701,753 



22,124 

1, 268, 396 

267, 210 

2, 919, 934 



537, 363 
263, 577 

115, 843 

25,905 

18, 900 

355, 213 

715, 946 

49, 210 

86^ 227 



6,645,848 



27,488 

1, 331, 299 

330, 567 

3,241,083 



528, 916 
251, 736 

114, 777 

24,507 

19,979 

392, 236 

626, 510 

59,923 

76, 377 



7,025,398 



42,446 

1,318,470 

235, 238 

3, 717, 940 



589, 962 
210. 205 

165, 526 
145, 631 
28, 705 
379, 343 
578, 630 

66,074 

96, 539 



7, 574, 7P9 



41,638 

1,056,266 

125,869 

1,303,165 

413,93!" 
98,955 

139, 364 
287, 467 
42,490 
838,474 
421,516 

59,594 

103,760 



4,432,498 



348.329 

10, 757, 400 

2,617,403 

82,064,480 



9,777,273 
1,330,851 

1,187,423 
621, 372 
182,853 

4, 503, 997 
21,458,490 

1,308,615 

1,834,592 



187,903,078 



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SUMMARY OJb' OPERATIONS AT DISTILLERY WAREHOUSES DURING 

THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 189^. 

The folio wiDg table shows the quantity of distilled spirits in taxable 
gallons, at 90 cents tax, placed in distillery warehouses during the fis- 
cal year ended June 30, 1894, the quantity withdrawn therefrom during 
the year, and the quantity remaining therein or remaining unaccounted 
for at the beginning and close of the year: 



Distilled spirits. 



Actuallj' remalDing in warebonse July 1, 1893 

Not actually in warehouse, claimed to have been lost bj casualty, etc 

"W ithdrawn for exportation, proofs of landing not received 

Withdrawn for transfer to manufacturing warehouse, not yet received at 
warehouse 



Produced from July 1, 1893, to June 30, 1894 
Total 



Withdrawn from warehouse, tax-paid 

Allowed for loss by leakage or evaporation in warehouse 

Exported, proof of landing received 

Allowed for loss bj casualty 

Withdrawn for scientific purposes and for the use of the United States 

Tax-paid on deficiencies in export and transfer bonds and casualties disal- 
lowed *. 



Allowed for loss by leakage in transportation for export, etc 

Withdrawn for transfer to manufacturing warehouse and received at ware- 
house 



Withdrawn for exportation, proof of landing not received 

Withdrawn for transfer to manufacturing warehouse, not yet received at 

warehouse 

Kot actually in warehouse, claimed to have been lost by casualty, etc 

Spirits remaining in warehouse June 30, 1894 



Total 



Gallons. 



147, 894, 694 
2,054,201 
2, 560, 670 

763 



87, 087, 618 

5, 626, 803 

4, 333, 923 

952, 997 

74,697 

36,560 
20,901 

25, 850 



4, 308, 507 

18,773 

1,236,313 

137, 993, 078 



Gallons. 



152,510,328 
89, 205, 492 



241, 715, 820 



98, 159, 349 



143,556,471 



241, 715, 820 



STOCK ON HAND, PRODUCTION, AND MOVEMENT OF SPIRITS FOR FIVE 

YEARS. 

The following table shows the stock on hand, production, and move- 
ment of spirits for the fiscal years 1890, 1891, 1^2, 1893, and 1894. 



Distilled spirits. 

Actually in warehouse at beginning of 

fiseal year. 

Produced during fisoal year . . . . ^ 

Total 

Withdrawn, tax paid, during fiscal year. 
Withdrawn for exportation during dscal 

Wrear 
ithdrawn for scientific purposes, for 
use of United States, for transfer to 
manufacturing warehouse, destroyed 
by fire, allow^ for loss by leakage in 
•warehouses, etc 

Total 

Hemaining in warehouse at end of fiscal 
year 



1890. 



Oallona. 

68, 512, 070 

109, 275, 928 



177, 787, 998 



83,479,837 
1, 367, 726 

3,219,382 



88, 066, 945 



89,721,053 



1891. 



Gallons. 
89, 721, 053 
115, 962, 389 



Gallons. 
112,921,457 
114,769,041 



205,683,442 227,600,498 



87, 176, 226 
1,676,395 

3,909,364 



92,761,985 



112,921,457 



18^2. 



92.985,265 
3,218,787 

8, 890, 107 



100,094,159 



127, 596, 339 



1893. 



GaJlons, 
127,596,339 
128, 651, 782 



256, 248, 121 



97,424,825 
3, 762, 231 

7, 166, 371 



108,353,427 



147,894,694 



1894. 



GaMom. 
147,894,694 
89,205,492 



237, 100, 186 



87,087,618 
6,114,417 

5, 905, 073 



99, 107, 108 



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154 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



THE REVENUE ACT OP AUGUST 28, 1894. AS TO THE INTERNAL-REVENUE TAX ON 

DISTILLED SPIRITS. 

Under the provisions of the act of Angast 28, 1894, the tax on dis- 
tilled spirits was increased from 90 cents to $1.10 per gallon and the 
bonded period was extended from three years to eight years. Although 
this act did not become a law until August 28, it was evident, at least 
as early as June, 1894, that the tax on distilled spirits would be increased. 
This fact explains the great increase in the tax-paid withdrawals of 
distilled spirits during July and August, 1894, as shown in the fore- 
going table, over those for the same months in July, 1893, and the 
decrease of such withdrawals during September, 1894, as compared with 
those for the same month in 1893. The heavy withdrawals made in 
June, July, and August, 1894, had the effect of overstocking the market 
with tax-paid spirits, as will more fully appear in the table on pages 
158 and 159, causing a falling off* in the tax-paid withdrawals during 
October and November, 1894. These known facts indicate that although 
the rate of tax on distilled spirits was materially increased by the act 
named, this act may not have the effect of proportionately increasing the 
revenue during the year ending June 30, 1895. 

SPIRITS WITHDRAWN FOR EXPORT DURING FIRST THREE MONTHS OF 

' PRESENT FISCAL YEAR. 



Statement showing, by Districts, the Number of Taxable Gallons op Each 
Kind of Spirits Removed from Distillery Warehouses for Export during 
THE Months of July, August, and September, 1894. 



District. 


Bourhon 

whisky. 


Rye 
whisky. 


Alcohol. 


Bnm. 


■ ■ -. 

Pure, neu- 
tral, or 
cologne 
spirits. 


Mis- 
cella- 
neous. 


TotAl. 


First California 










869.5 


""'248' 


869.5 


Fifth Dlinois.., 






265.0 
L 752.1 




513.0 


Eiehth Illinois 










1, 752. 1 


Second K.eutiickv 


3, 845. 

3, 754. 4 

394.0 

34, 212. 

8, 364. 










3,845.0 


Fifth Kentucky 












3,754.4 


Sixth Kentnckv 






133.0 




415 


942.0 


Seventh Ken tacky 








34, 212. 


Eishth Kentucky 












8, 364. 


Third Massachusetts 


1 - 


126, 541. 3 
86, 360. 






126, 541. 3 


First New York 












86,360.0 


Twentv-eicrhth New York . . . 




1,857.0 








1, 857. 


First Ohio 










L097 


1, 097. 


Twenty-third Pennsylvania . 




15, 756. 8 









15, 756. 8 














Total 


60,569.4 


17, 613. 8 


2, 017. 1 


213, 034. 3 869. 5 


1,760 


285, 864. 1 






For corresponding months 
year 1893 


526, 087 


367, 849 


13,656 


282, 307 




24,901 


1,214,800 









COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



155 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT WITH PREVIOUS TEARS. 

Following is a statement showing, by districts, the quantity in tax- 
able gallons of spirits withdrawn for export during the three months 
ended September 30, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, and 1894: 



Districts. 


1887. 


1888. 1889. 

1 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


Ist California 




88 






262 






869.5 


Ist Illinois 








5,607 
15, 413 
11,326 


213 


5thniinoi8... 

8th Illinois 


43,889 


57,863 1 85,026 
1 


153, 379 


134, 773 


7, 974 1 513. 
6,312 1 1.752.1 


6th Indiaiia 


2,389 


1 








• 


7th Indiana 










92 

2,885 

34,200 

1,750 

23,976 

106,844 


.......... 

24,09f 
191, 91) 

24,311 
281,842 
102, 363 

57, 586 
280,103 




2d Kentucky 




3,318 
1,046 
1,463 

11, 879 
3,234 

83, 538 
129, 834 


7, 186 
25, 795 

7,385 
22,357 
15, 417 
13, 067 
79, 542 

6,651 


2,812 
14, 032 
3,097 
2,381 
^,093 


13,462 

46, 733 

2,405 

1,824 


3, 845. 


5th Kentucky 

6th Kentucky 

7th Kentucky 

8th Kentucky 


1,185 
1,184 
8,042 


3,754.4 

942.0 

34, 212. 

8, 364. 


Maryland 


1.134 
197, 680 


399 
169, 833 




3d Massacbusettfi . 
Minnesota. 


254,726 


57, 765 
2,772 


126,541.3 


6th Missouri . 




5,i76 










Nebraska. .. 


52, 102 














5th New Jersev .... 










iia 


1.77fl 




l8t New York 


1,304 




1,058 




1,758 


1, 734 2. 204 


86, 360. 6 


28th New York 










21,780 

6,848 

11, 392 

3,701 

178, 663 

11, 636 

77 


1, 857. 


Ist Ohio. 




220 
34 


78 


467 


2,520 


430 


- 1, 097. 


Ist Pennsvlvan i a . . 






9th Pennsvlvania. . 














23d Pennsylvania. . 
5th Tennessee . 


9,406 
14,128 


442 


4,878 


166 


118 


2,902 


15, 756. 8 


West Vireinia 




i 














1 








Total 


332,443 


238, 135 


268,440 


432, 153 


374,087 


267, 814 


1,214,800 


285,864.1 



156 



'ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



SPIRITS IN DISTILLERY WAREHOUSES OCTOBER 1, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 

1892, 1893, AND 1894. 

The following is a statement of the quantities in taxable gallons of 
spirits remaining in distillery warehouses October 1, 1888, 1889, 1890, 
1891, 1892. 1893, and 1894, respectively: 



StAtes. 


1888. 1889. 

i 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


Alftbania 


Gallon$. 

294 

24,929 

8,481 


GaUons. 

"""'32," 725* 
9,371 


GaWnus. 

2,894 

55,622 

5.283 


Gallont. ' 

8,550 

43,828 

50,569 

80 

399, 972 

102,678 

2, 398, 563 

1,614,311 

407 

70.163,832 


Gallons. 
4,312 
75,299 
67, 769 


GdUoru. 
5,286 
91,011 
53, 918 


QaUons. 
4. 718. 1 


Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 


73,511.1 
29,493 
176 


Connecticat 

6«or&:ia 


14, 183 

54,544 

1,526,883 

1, 392, 774 

1,798 

31, 338. 206 


18,496 

82,880 

2, 126, 913 

1,956,806 

864 

36,694,640 


171,628 

62,359 

2,244,090 

2,186,225 

1,027 

54,743,669 


*"* 3i3*357' 

115. 983 

2, 932, 949 

1,688,601 

89 

77,556,469 


'"' 2i6,686 

94,444 

5, 228, 340 

1, 616, 698 


15,604.2 

52, 775. 2 

5,825.653.3 

894,280.6 


niinois 


Indiana 


Iowa 


Kentucky 

Louisiana 


87,330,661 


65,616,448.8 
180 


Maryland 

Massachusetts ■ . - 
Mimiffsota ....... 


3, 789, 526 
581, 431 


3,464,685 

624. 762 

54, 381 

286, 611 

188, 358 

31,572 

426,308 

321, 392 

227,807 

3,217,098 

9.885 

9,356,083 

■ 16,656 

1, 342, 835 

4,500 

214, 812 

584,306 

57,451 


4, 670, 143 

593,025 

313,443 

274, 611 

98,068 

39, 707 

480,445 

510,762 

94,882 

3,303,621 

1,421 

12,409,354 

3,063 

1, 843, 160 

3,662 

215, 505 

715, 737 

63,364 


6, 752, 452 

486,961 

159, 118 

335, 175 

106. 335 

36, 197 

557, 651 

436. 486 

94,271 

2,788,437 

435 

16,277,331 

11, 625 

1. 633, 624 

1,809 

236,222 

1, 051, 179 

• 77, 794 


6,563,298 

711, 214 

227, 876 

474,997 

101, 054 

41, 154 

609,234 

389,253 

178,976 

3,086,420 

27. 103 

19,068,718 

21,970 

1,463,586 

3,771 

289,492 

1, 164, 647 

88,734 


7,475.693 

850,235 

483, 921 

815,298 

202, 933 

41. 981 

538,947 

285,852 

275. 151 

3, 268, 708 

57,496 

22,107,022 

31,768 

1,384,172 

9,200 

342, 103 

1, 307, 130 

174, Oil 


6,575,979.4 
303,426 
45,642 
327. 432. 2 


Missouri 


295,010 

96,404 

27,408 

292, 178 

289, 903 

183.064 

2,887,060 

14,277 

8,043,986 

13,854 

811, 020 

7,853 

145, 814 

677, 708 

37, 037 


Kebraska 

New Hampshire. . 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina. . . 
Ohio 


43.565 

20.429 

397.601.4 

210,315.7 

133,236.3 

2, 263, 378. a 


Oteeon 


44,920 


Pennsylvania 

South Carolina. - . 

Tennessee 

Texas 


18,575,320.4 
30,239.2 
947.240.6 
24,548 


Vir0nia 


2«8,085.7 


West Virginia.... 
Wisconsin 


925.049.7 
167,359.4 


Total 


52,554,625 |61,351,697 


85, 106, 670 


104,810,892 


117,296,325 

• 


134, 288, 665 103, 836, 608. 6 

1 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 157 

DISTILLED SPIRITS IN THE UNITED STATES OCTOBER 1, 1894. 

The quantity of distilled spirits in the United States, except what 
maybe in customs bonded warehouses, on the 1st day of October, 1894, 
was 179,285,745.8 gallons, this quantity being distributed as follows: 

Grfdlons. 

to distillery warehouses 103,836,608.6 

to special bonded warehouses 1, 769, 192. 2 

tohands of wholesale liquor dealers 30,596, 145 

to hands of retail liquor dealers ^ 43, 083, 800 

Total 179,285,745.8 

In making the above computation the average stock of each retail 
liquor dealer in the United States is estimated at 200 gallons. 

The table on page 152 shows the quantity of distilled spirits in taxable 
gallons, at 90 cents tax, placed in distillery warehouses during the fis- 
cal year ended June 30, 1894, the quantity withdrawn therefrom during 
the year, and the quantity remaining therein or remaining unaccounted 
for at the beginning and close of the year : 



/ 



158 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

SPIRITS IN HANDS OP WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEAL] 
Quantity in Proof Gallons of Tax-paid Spirits held by Wholes 



Domestic, Oct 1, 1894. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
86 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 

42 

43 

44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 

53 

54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 



Districts. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

First California 

Fourth California . . . 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Florida 

Georgia 

First Illinois 

Fifth Dlinois 

Eighth Illinois 

Thirteenth Illinois . . 

Sixth Indiana 

Seventh Indiana 

Third Iowa 

Founh Iowa 

Kansas 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Sixth Kentucky 

Seventh Kentucky .. 

Eighth Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Third Massachusetts. 

First Michigan 

Fourth Michigan 

Minnesota 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire 

First New Jersey 

Fifth New Jersey.... 

New Mexico 

First New York ...... 

Second New York 

Third New York 

Fourteenth New York 

Twenty-first New 
York. 

Twenty-eighth Kew 
York. 

Fourth North Caro- 
lina. 

Fifth North Carolina. 

First Ohio 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio 

Oregon 

First Pennsylvania.. 

Ninth Pennsylvania . 

Twelfth Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Twenty-third Penn- 
sylvania. 

South Carolina 

Second Tennessee 

Fifth Tennessee 

Third Texas- 

Fourth Texas 

Second Virginia 

Sixth Virginia 

West Virginia 

First "Wisconsin 

Second Wisconsin . . . 

Total 



"goo 



104,412 

64,031 

1, 156, 840 

64,866 

208, 591 

329, 673 

9, 101 

71,811 

797,960 

159, 446 

44,383 

45,400 

446, 137 

138,680 

112, 398 

71,229 

35,634 

182,419 

1,311,180 

283,072 

208, 753 

5.750 

208, 993 

944, 128 

1,143,959 

130,810 

35, 703 

287,817 

572,258 

288, 478 

115, 352 

123, 378 

30,883 

14, 648 

137, 434 

17, 810 

116, 747 

2, 369, 426 

146, 409 

179, 055 

140, 108 

285, 132 

6,183 

15, 151 

1, 252, 893 

131, 416 

120,703 

294, 996 

143, 501 

1.595,024 

40,256 

52, 059 

627, 696 

14,964 
27, 042 

618, 318 

147, 728 
66,215 

118,742 
82, 111 
88, 519 

377, 561 
33,229 



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a 

i 

§ 



18,994,601 



1, 136, 701 
127, 417 
138, 236 
280, 317 
112, 501 
151, 498 
49 
7,234 

134, 034 

3,679 

7,549 

123, 034 

143,769 

57, 177 

38,928 

31, 982 

47,635 

3.'t8. 686 

25, 110 



M 

c 

.£3 

e 
>> 



31, 878 

57,796 
330, 849 

52,923 

61, 018 

227,098 

7,875 

4,161 

723,682 

217,919 

. 132,777 

68,964 
155,806 
179, 582 
132, 655 

94,166 

33,201 

301,007 

2,746,562 

714,365 

232,077 

18.531 
139, 961 

41,472 
1, 056, 512 
120, 125 

32, 439 
191, 411 
882, 370 
312,668 
107, 527 
120, 916 

25, 338 
1,276 

22,628 

15, 146 

45, 810 
666,756 

69,238 
182, 676 

47,386 

124.249 
220 



13,596,552 



62 

4 

■ 71 

2, 

10 

142 

27 

21 

174 

68 

7, 

3 

88 

6 

18 

10 

2 

15 

240 

109, 

85 

110 

825 

341 

30 

5 

90 

58 

22 

13 

26 

7 

5 

58 

124 

1, 059 

175 

175 

34 

231 



1 

448 

29 

34 

195 

13 

1,372 

35 

52 

1,071 

1 

8 

16 
28 

6 

257 

47 

50 

69 

5 



663 
050 
266 
745 
330 
069 
433 
414 
743 
405 
287 
503 
900 
495 
408 
061 
199 
206 
659 
554 
822 
29 
244 
456 
678 
721 
882 
945 
048 
332 
725 
302 
027 
537 
178 
853 
158 
143 
462 
445 
547 

462 

530 

169 
443 
325 
689 
704 
232 
507 
294 
242 

859 

970 
863 
540 
422 
812 
856 
332 
405 
207 
793 



8,321,560 



o 
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o 
o 

f— « 

< 



3,792 

2,092 

3,494 

1,394 

688 

5,700 

939 

2,986 

62,394 

16,664 

52,563 

573 

4,610 

12.793 

8,655 

14,045 

1,646 

1,538 

8,962 

2, 528 

756 



34, 483 

521,851 

58, 162 

17,684 

1,671 
36,828 
97,849 
20,807 

2,210 
40, 624 

1,078 



818 

105 

625 

125,915 

3,711 

30, 527 

4,140 

7,126 



86 

28,512 

5,971 

7,450 

16, 554 

3,321 

112,466 

114 

598 

14,292 

309 

190 

8,513 

3,456 

3,447 



1,738 

27,078 

2,511 



1,451.632 



S 
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§ 

•3) 

a 



1,507 
165 

4,486 

1,483 

196 

37,034 

1,825 



15, 681 

3,098 

805 

168 

5,890 

86 

1,748 

1,553 

135 

1,592 

2,876 

29,485 



.9 



6,040 

15, 805 

345,859 

2,852 

959 

4,388 

5,886 

1,286 

1,504 

3,130 

15,471 

265 

5,123 

191 

7,693 

60,450 

7,885 

11,486 

3,626 

8,015 

621 



12,611 
2,740 
1,122 
6,492 
1,758 

16,094 

968 

1,280 

4.098 

349 

140 

645 

653 

426 

15,970 

344 

389 

9,548 

1,054 



695, 027 



7,027 
3,949 

10,694 
2,549 
2,742 

43,531 
3,231 
1,346 

18,897 

22,347 
2,629 
763 
4,476 
4,122 
1,973 
2,415 
267 
4,540 
6,265 
6,832 
1,858 



29, 392 

12, 033 

137, 923 

3,651 

1,662 

7,700 

11, 718 
5,584 
4,593 
2,336 
1,249 
420 
3,632 
854 
7,234 

32,996 
6,836 
9,118 
5,229 

13,002 

477 



35,150 
5,048 
5,662 

10,545 
6,909 

20.837 
3,786 
4,144 

10,620 

497 
2,176 

13,354 
7,856 
2,213 

20, Oil 
1,264 
6,491 

14,422 
1,034 



622,120 



« 

w 



36 

155 

2.087 



92 
2,086 
2,048 



124 



268 
'267 



966 
89 
24,576 



118 

i'iio' 



213 



587 

12,949 

349 



32 
3.453 



738 



2,569 



43,024 
13 



45 



343 
330 



99,637 



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189, ■ 

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COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



159 



AND RECTIFIERS, OCTOBER 1, 1893, AND OCTOBER 1, 1894. 

Liquor Dealers and Rectifiers, October 1, 1893, and October 1, 1894. 



Domestic, Oct. 1, 1894. 



o 
o 



^ 



18,889 

12,932 

146,289 

6,223 

6,846 

17,879 

3,431 

27,567 

219,624 

34,262 

22,619 

3,228 

4,708 

9.525 

8,183 

13,704 

1,856 

4,047 

31,011 

213,299 

5,582 

24 

71,869 

59,291 

45,461 

26,204 

7,674 

43,286 

73,153 

32,736 

14,881 

47,513 

1,512 

2,158 

11,476 

3,970 

22,847 

155,473 

28,504 

24,467 

12,383 

59,680 

5,031 

19,785 

375,767 

24,512 

11,312 

18,872 

16,603 

96,601 

3,557 

7,061 

16,342 

9,030 
38,545 
150,196 
13,125 
12,818 
31,006 

7,584 

5,470 
79,998 

4,831 



« 

S 

o 

S 

o 

H 



127, 638 

80,984 

641,005 

77, 407 

82, 912 

503,680 

44,734 

64,142 

1,289,000 

463, 075 

239, 751 

78, 214 

229,170 

223,420 

171,947 

138, 213 

39,337 

332, 010 

3, 101, 438 

1,307,038 

326,095 

18,584 

444, 611 

1, 665, 469 

2, 103, 326 

205,261 

50,287 

385, 139 

1, 369, 168 

427,298 

148,921 

252,294 

51,895 

10,858 

111, 405 

21,144 

231,709 

2, 575, 688 

405, 578 

463,207 

119,030 

517,324 

9,879 



21, 

2, 370, 

206, 

200, 

541, 

160, 

2, 177, 

47, 

85, 



040 
132 
594 
481 
688 
392 
401 
000 
763 



1, 332, 116 

15,834 

58,463 
316, 857 
199,902 

82,883 
500,576 

91,351 
116, 275 
604,012 

42, 128 



Foreign, Oct. 1 1894. 



2.505,3U 



30,321,083 



SD 

m 
u 

M 



240 



324 

27 

132 

216 

18 

57 

1,386 

60 



89 
31 
32 
26 



84 
76 



67 



438 



459 



60 

155 

423 

2,016 



54 
637 



216 

98 

106 



21 
309 



§ 



111 



S 
u 

2 



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t-8 



3.368 

170 

161 

353 

44 

37 

2,266 

75 

49 

18 

107 

56 

69 

102 

10 

45 

48 



48 

15 

4,783 

253 

285 

341 

155 

183 

3,081 

155 

37 

24 

990 

77 

316 

237 



132 
80 
28 
70 



67 


38 


67 


1,041 


1,996 


7,413 


72 


94 




27 


251 


426 


449 


479 


185 


391 


230 


227 


38 


44 


28 


20 




26 


163 


332 


43 


78 


536 


894 


7.427 


6,670 


931 


660 


353 


577 


115 


138 



259 

172 

2,809 

181 

26 
683 
571 
274 
992 
200 

50 



707 



20,817 



580 



950 

7,215 

1,920 

598 

438 

603 



472 

51 

65 

233 

677 

3,645 



60 
1,097 



11 

119 

143 

53 

17 



18 
670 



34,575 



723 
143 
162 
582 
745 
3,291 
30 
310 

642 



25 
186 
446 
112 



49 

1,894 

55 



39. 342 



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o 
O 



m 






28 

35 

98 

1,213 

54 

29 

799 

5 



26 
27 



50 

184 

1,676 

138 



194 
79 
59 



33 



1,008 

2,449 

350 

759 

35 

156 



138 



37 
148 

50 
825 



193 



95 

289 

47 



158 



11, 621 



229 

22 

3,484 

662 

260 

1,469 

426 

253 

2,718 

422 

177 

30 

1,370 

126 

80 

85 



309 

267 

22 

40 



699 

4,089 

6,342 

213 

42 

.560 

822 

371 

231 

186 

150 

23 

1,039 



858 

11,097 

2,136 

1,411 

828 

1,016 



1,029 

242 

172 

459 

816 

10, 259 

41 

82 

1,054 

37 



2,506 

259 

199 

22 

30 

164 

1,742 



63, 677 



o 
© 

'•* u 
OD 

230 
650 

8,057 
414 

2,398 

1,499 
152 
343 

6,133 
485 
48 
87 
908 
780 
323 
293 



583 

224 

68 

200 



348 

2.059 

6,932 

650 

139 



2,377 
706 

2, 346 

461 

78 



974 
48 
1,857 
32. 730 
3,689 
1,442 
1,345 

1,678 



4,743 
565 
243 
582 
719 

7,159 

43 

384 

2,174 



£ 

a 
3 

o 
H 



858 

687 

20,044 

1,561 

3,334 

5,091 

849 

902 

16,383 

1,202 

311 

159 

3,464 

1,070 

820 

769 

37 

1,153 

702 

118 

377 



1,461 

7,612 

27, 168 

1,348 

234 
2,114 
4,777 
1,986 
4,035 

929 

359 

49 

3,365 

169 
6,103 
67,588 
9,686 
5,140 
2,899 

4,471 



7,564 

1,001 

739 

2,159 

3,430 

27, 195 

114 

899 

5,797 



80 


117 


25 


61 




3,122 


i, 222 


2,457 


140 


657 


231 


270 


15 


45 


161 


413 


2,803 


7,576 


7 


62 



105,030 i276,062 i^0,5WAA5 



11 

§1 



s 

o 
H 



128,496 

81,671 

661,049 

78,968 

86,246 

608,771 

45,683 

65,044 

1,305,383 

464,277 

240,062 

78,373 

232,634 

224,490 

172, 787 

138,982 

39, 374 

333,163 

3, 102, 140 

1, 308, 056 

326, 472 

18,584 

446, 072 

1,673,081 

2, 130, 494 

206, 609 

50, 521 

387, 253 

1, 373, 945 

429,284 

152, 956 

253, 223 

52, 254 

10,907 

114, 770 

21,313 

237, 812 

2, 643, 276 

415,264 

468,347 

121,929 

521, 795 

9,879 

21, 040 

2,377,698 

207, 595 

201. 220 

543,847 

163, 822 

2, 204, 596 

47, 114 

86,662 

1, 337, 913 

15,951 

58,524 
319, 979 
202, 359 

83,550 
500,846 

91, 396 
116, 688 
611, 588 

42,190 



a== 

a 



32 

30 

342 

36 

40 

97 

11 

35 

213 

24 

28 

14 

41 

22 

29 

35 

17 

25 

104 

40 

25 

7 

114 

107 

179 

33 

13 

57 

99 

79 

43 

42 

18 

12 

68 

16 

62 

393 

144 

89 

53 

90 



13 
176 
33 
38 
67 
47 
193 
29 
45 

122 

10 
6 
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39 
13 
20 
7 
10 
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20 



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133 

9 

6 

26 



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96 
6 
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61 

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6 
25 

2 
19 
129 
48 
20 
23 

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17 

5 

9 

10 

123 

12 

21 

35 



4 
27 
12 

3 
10 

3 

5 
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3 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 

42 

43 

44 
45 
46 

47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 

53 

54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 



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160 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



SPIRITS IN THE HANDS OF WHOLESALE DEALERS AND RECTIFIERS. 
[Compiled from reports of oolleotors baaed npon atatementa made to them by dealers and rectifiers.] 

It appears from the preceding table (on page 158) that the quantity of 
spirits, tax or duty paid, held by wholesale liquor dealers and rectiliers 
October 1, 1893, was 18,994,601 gallons, the quantity so held October 1 
1894, being 30,596,145 gallons. The quantity of domestic and foreign, 
spirits, respectively, and the aggregate held October 1, each year from 
1878 to 1894, both inclusive, are as follows: 



rear. 



1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 



Domestic. 



Foreigni. 



Proof gaUona. 
14. 480, 393 
13, 014, 112 
11, 666, 991 
11,065,611 
11, 505, 434 
13, 345, 779 
15,139,715 
14, 760, 683 
15, 523, 226 
14, 003, 833 
14, 341, 056 
14,815,703 
15, 879, 918 
13, 915, 377 
15, 190, 886 
18, 634, 971 
30,321,083 



Proof gaUona. 
11,401 
593, 506 
626, 692 
572, 797 
583, 992 
575, 703 
524, 491 
496,109 
534,094 
511,126 
487,315 
440, 179 
503,277 
400, 898 
366,756 
359, 630 
275, 062 



Total. 



Proof gallons. 
14, 491, 794 
13, 607, 618 
12,293,683 
11, 638, 408 
12, 089, 426 
13,921,482 
35,664,206 
15, 256, 792 
16, 057, 320 
14,514,959 
14, 828, 371 
15,255,882 
16, 383, 195 
14,406,275 
15, 557, 642 
18, 994, 601 
30, 596, 145 



Balance in Distilijgry W^akehouses at Close of 1894 and Previous Fiscal 

Years. 



Date. 



Kemaining June 30 — 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 



Quantity. 



Gallona. 
16, 685, 166 
11,671,886 

6, 745, 360 
10, 103, 392 
14, 650. 148 
15, 575, 224 
13, 179, 596 
12,595,850 
13, 091, 773 
14,088,773 
19,212,470 
31, 363, 860 
64, 648, 111 



Date. 



Bemaining June 30 — 

1882 

1883 

1884... 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 



Quantity. 



GaUona. 

89, 962, 645 

80, 499, 993 

63, 502, 551 

54, 724, 916 

58, 096, 620 

65, 145, 269 

61, 033, 018 

68, 512, 070 

89, 721, 053 

112,921,457 

127, 596, 339 

147, 894, 694 

137, 993, 078 



DIFFERENT KINDS OF BRANDY REMAINING IN SPECIAL BONDED WARE- 
HOUSES JUNE 30, 1893. 

Statement of the Quantity of the Different Kinds of Brandy, by Taxa- 
ble Gallons, Remaining in Special Bonded Warehouses June 30, 1893. 



Districts and States. 



First California 

Fourth California 

Connecticut 

First Illinois 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Maryland 

First Missouri 

Second New York 

Twenty-eight New York 

Tenth Ohio 

Fifth Tennessee 

"West Virginia 



Grape. 



Gallons. 
738, 882 
815,769 



66,553 



Total 



267 

488 

12, 550 

345, 156 

8,143 

31,551 



2,019,359 



Apple. 



260, 712 



Peach. 



GdUons. 


GdUons. 
1,904 


1,490 
16, 418 


1,424 






987 




71, 619 

22,464 

2,469 


7,279 
22, 814 


89,053 
38,847 


7,597 




506 


10, 025 
7,346 


47 
50 



Aggregate. 



GaUons. 

750, 786 

818,683 

16, 418 

66,553 

981 

79,165 

45,766 

15, 019 

441,806 

46,990 

,'J2, 057 

10, 072 

7,396 



41, 621 ! 2, 321 692 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



161 



DIFFERENT KINDS OF BRANDY PRODUCED AND PLACED IN SPECIAL 
BONDED WAREHOUSES DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1894. 

Statement of the Quantity, in Taxable Gallons, op the Different Kinds 
OF Brandy Produced in the Several Collection Districts, showing the 
Districts in which Deposited in Special Bonded Warehouses and the 
Quantity Remaining in Transit at the Beginning and End of the Fiscal 
YEAR Ended June 30, 1894. 



District in which produced. 



transit July 1,1893: 
First California... 
Fourth California. 




Total 



Pr«>dnced during the year: 

ArkansaA 

First California 

Fourth California 

Connecticut 

First Illinois 

Seventh Indiana 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Maryland 

First New Jersey 

FifthJB^ew Jersey 

Fourth North Carolina 

Fifth North Carolina 

Second New York 

Fourteenth New York . . . . . 
Twenty-flrst New York . . . 
Twenty-eighth New York. 

First Ohio 

Tenth Ohio 

First Pennsyl vaif ia 

Nioth PennsylvMiia 

Fifth Tennessee 

West Virginia 



21.992 
24,956 



46, 948 



516, 941 
611, 688 



3,243 



509 
735 



3,109 



2,136 i 
1,054 

278 
6,761 
3,931 
5,763 
1,203 

250* 



4 
303 



41. 553 



118 
27 



5,410 

3,319 

32.880 



1,001 



Total - 1,171,548- 

latransit July 1, 1893, as ahove. 46,948 

Total 1,218,496 



3,522 

1,151 

12, 979 








47 


t 


8,608 




7,077 




31, 336 • 






3,590 






92, 401 


46, 579 







92,401 



21,992 
24,956 



46,948 



3,243 

517,450 

612,423 

3,100 

2 

2,136 

1,054 

278 

48,314 

3,931 

5,763 

1,321 

277 

4 

3,825 

1,151 

18,436 

3,319 

32, 880 

8,608 

7,077 

31, 336 

4,591 



1,310,528 
46, 948 



46,579 1,357,476 



District in which produced. 



nrit California... 
Foorih California 
Goonecticat 



District in which -deposited in special bonded 

warehouses. 



Connect- 
icut. 



First California. 



Apple. I Grape. 



3,109 



437, 774 
256,443 



Total. 



3,109 694,217 



Peach. 



509 



Fourth Califor- 
nia. 



Grape. 



291, 616 



509 I 291,616 



Peach. 



735 



735 



H. Ex. 4 11 



162 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



DIFFERENT KINDS OF BRANDY PRODUCED AND PLACED IN SPECUL 

BONDED WAREHOUSES, ETC.— Continned. 

Statement of the Quantity, in Taxable Gallons, of the Different Kinds of 
Brandy Produced in the Several Collection Districts, etc. — Continued. 



District in which produced. 



bncky 

LOKy.., 



Arkansas 

First California . . 
Fourth California . 

First nUnois 

Seventh Indiana 
Second Kenti 
Fifth Kentucl 
Maryland 

First New Jersey 

Twenty-eighth New York 

First Ohio 

First Pennsylvania 

Ninth Pennsylvania 

Fifth Tennessee 

West Yirgini* 



Total. 



District in which deposited in special honded ware- 
houses. 



First 
Illinois. . 



Fifth Kentucky: 



Grape. Grape. 



10,903 

8,208 

2 



3,319 



19,113 3,319* 



Apple. 



3,243 



2, 136* 
1,054 
278 
2,875 



Peach. 



2,763 



2,681 



15,030 



3,332 



Maryland. 



Grape. 



1,185 



Apple. 



1,001 



3,332 



186 



3,886 
1,415 
1,793 



8,608 
7,-077 



Peach. 



38,221 



3,590 



22, 779- 



41,811 





District«in. which deposited 'in*special bonded warehouses. 




District in which 
produced. 


First 

Mis. 

sonri. 


Second New 
York. 


Twenty-eighth 
New York. 


Tenth 
Ohio. 


Fifth 
Ten- 
nessee. 


FourthNorth 
Carolina. 


Total. 




•i 


Grape. 


Apple. 


Grape. 


Apple. 


Grape. 


Apple. 


Apple. 


1 




A rkan sas ...t,,- 




















3,243 


First California 




82, 713- 
•60,334 
















531, 890 


Fourth CaiTfoTtiia - - - 


4(I(>J 
















617,736 


Connecticut . . .... 
















3,189 


First Illinois 




















2 


Seventh Indiana .... 




















2,136 


Sftcond Elentuckv .... 




















1,054 


Fifth Kentuckv 




















278 


Mftrvland 




















48,314 


First New Jersev*. - . 






2,516 
5,763 














3,931 


Fifth New Jersev 


















5,763 


Fourth North Caro- 
lina 












• 


1,203 
250 


118 
27 


1,321 


Fifth North Carolina. 
















277 


Second Uew York 




4 
303- 

• 












4 


Fo.nrteenth New 
York 




3,522 
400 














3,825 


Twenty-flrst N'e w 
York 




4,225 


751 
*8;470- 










1,151 


Twenty-eighth New 
York 














18,4.16 


First* Ohio 
















3,319 


Tenth Ohio 












32,880 








32,880 


FirstJPennsvlvania. . 


















8,608 


Ninth Pennsvlvania . 




















7,077 


Fifth Tennessee 














28; 655 






31,336 


"West Vindnia 


















4,501 
























Total 


400- 


143,354 


12,201 


4,225* 


9,221 


32,880 


28; 655 


1,459 


145 


1,330.290 


Balance in transit* 

June 30, 1894(grai>e 

brand v) r^ rr. 


27.186 


VA.^WSU.J / ............. 








••-•"---(• ------- 







1 




Total 








1 








1, 357, 476 










i 











Forty-seven gallons contained in this quantity are *' peach." 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 163 

Fruit Brandy Remaining in Special Bonded Warehouses June 30, 1894. 



District. 



First California 

Foarth California 

Connecticut 

First Illinois 

Second Kentucky 

FifCh Kentucky 

Maryland 

First Missonri 

Second New York 

Twenty-eighth New York. 

Fourth North Carolina 

Tenth Ohio 

Fifth Tennessee 

West Virginia 



Total 



Grape. 



915,462 
690,988 



46,860 



3,447 
2,581 
9,757 
359, 825 
9,045 



46,397 



2, 084, 362 



Apple. 


Peach. 


652 

470 

15, 213 


2,263 
2,159 




481 
22,945 
20,109 

1,942 
77, 259 
35,597 

1,347 




9,079 
47, 761 


5,523 

47 

145 

303 


18,608 
3,532 


30 


198, 155 


67,310 



Aggregate. 



918,377 

693, 617 

15,213 

46,860 

481 

85,471 

70,451 

11,699 

442,607 

44.689 

1,492 

46,700 

18,608 

3,562^ 

2,349.827 



DIFFERENT KINDS OF BRANDY PRODUCED, WITHDRAWN, AND REMAIN- 
ING IN SPECIAL BONDED WAREHOUSES DURING THE FISCAL YEAJt. 

Statement op the Quantity of the Different Kinds of Brandy Produced, 
Withdrawn, and Remaining in Special Bonded Warehouses for the Fiscal 
Year ended June 30, 1894. 



Srandy — 



Db. 

B«maining in special bonded warehouses, July 1, 1893 

In transit from distilleries to special bonded warehouses. . . 
In transit from special bonded warehouses to other special 

bonded warehou ses 

Bonded at distilleries for deposit in special bonded ware- 

bonaes during the year 

Deposited in second warehouse received from special bonded 

warehouaes in other districts 

Cr. 

Tax paid d nring the year 

Vitndrawn for use of United States 

Withdrawn and used to fortify wine , 

I^)ss allowed on account of leakage or evaporation in ware- 
house , 

^ithdrawn for exx>ort during the year 

^med to have been iost by casualty, etc 

ntoeipts from second warehouse tor brandy received from 
special bonded warehouses in other districts 

In transit from distilleries June 30, 1894 

In transit from Jipecial bonded warehouses in other dis- 
tricts June 30, 1894 

in special bonded warehouses Juno 30, 1^4 ..... 

Total 



Grape, i Apple. 



Oallong. \»GaUona. 
2, 019, 359 260, 712 
46,948 



84,009 

1,171,548 92,401 
214,361 . 756 



3, 536, 825 333, 869 



693,790 145,033 
95< 

56,588".!.".-*!!*.".! 



72,754 

369,407 

5 

214, 361 
27, 186 

18,277 
2,084,362 



3,536,825 



9,153 

766 

6 

756 



198, 155 



353,869 



Feaoh. 



Oallons. 
41,621 



46,579 
2,103 



90, 303 



19, 797 



1,093 



2,103 



•67, 310 



90,303 



Total. 



GaUont, 
2, 321, 692 
46,948 

84,600 

1,310,528 

217,220 



3,980,997 



858,620 

05 

66,688 

83,000 

370, 173 

11 

217,220 
27,186 

18,277 
Z, 349, 827 



3,980,097 



164 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



TRANSFERS OF BRANDY FROM SPBCIAX BONDED WAREHOUSES IN C 
DISTRICT TO SPECIAL. BONDED WAREHOUSES IN OTHER DISTRICTS 

Statement op the Quantity in Taxable Gaixons op Brandy, by Kii 
Removed from Special. Bonded Warehouses to other Special Bon; 
Warehouses in other Districts, showing the District from which , 
THE District to which Removed during the Fiscal Year ended June 
1894. 



Districts from which removed. 



First California... 
Fourth California. 
Second New York 
Maryland 



Total * 

In transit JtQy 1, 1893 : 
First California.... 
Fourth California. . 
Second New York . 



Total 



Grape. 



62,759 

81,975 

3,298 



148, 030 

53,950 

27, 703' 

2,956 



232, 639 



Apple. 



756. 



756 



756 



Peach. 



2,103 



2,103 



To< 



6! 



15< 

5! 
2' 



2,103 ; 23; 



DISTRICTS TO WHICH REMOVED. 



District from which removed. 


First California. 


First 
Illinois. 


First 
Missouri. 


Second 

New 
York. 


Fif 

Ke 

tucl 




Grape. 


Apple. 


Grape. 

14,264 

28, 678 

6,254 


Grape.. 


Grape. 


Pea 


First Oalifomift 






4,641 


84, 699 




Fonrth CAlifomia ................ 


9,628 


756 


66,197 i 


RacatiiI TIfiw York . ._ .. ............. 




1 


MArvlfljid ..................... 










( 
' 














Total 


9,628 


756 


49, 196 


4,641 


150,896 






^ 





RECAPITULATION. 



District from which removed. 



First California.... 
Fourth California . 
Second New York . 
Maryland 



Total 

In transit June 30, 1894 ; 

First Califomia 

Fourth Califomia- • 



Total. 



, Grape. 



Total 

Deficiency (error of 1 gallon in shipment from First Cali- 
fomia to First Illinois) 



Total 



103,604 

104,503 

6,254 



Apple. 



214, 361 

. 13, 102 
5,175 



232, 638 



756 



756 



756. 



Peach. 



2,103 



2,103 



2,103 



Aggreg 



10£ 

10£ 

f 



21'3 

13 

S 



23S 



235 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



165 



DIFFERENT KINDS OF .BRANDY WITHDRAWN FROM SPECIAL BONDED 

WAREHOUSES DURING THE YEAR. 

Statement op the Quantity, in Taxable Gallons, of each Kind of Brandy 
Withdrawn from Special Bonded Warehouses, Tax-Paid, during the Year 
ended June 30, 1894. 



District and State. 



Grape. Apple. 



First California 

Fourth California 

Connecticut 

First Illinois 

Second Kentucky 

Fifth Kentucky 

Maryland 

First Missouri 

Second New York 

Twenty-eighth New York 

Tenth Ohio 

Fifth Tennessee 

West Virginia 



Total 



240, 129 
112, 579 



83, 09U 



127 

89 

7,207 

231,711 

1,761 

17, 097 



693, 790 



101 

244 

4. 051 



473 
59, 295 
23, 940 

495 
22, 170 
11, 091 



19,351 
3,716 



145, 033 



Peach. 



140 



3,316 
14,154 



1.935 



190 
42 
20 



19, 797 



-A-ggregate. 



240, 370 

112, 823 

4,051 

83,090 

473 

62,738 

38,183 

7,702 

255,816 

12,852 

17,287 

19, 393 

3,736 



858,620 



DIFFERENT KINDS OF BRANDY LOST BY LEAKAGE OR EVAPORATION 
IN SPECIAL BONDED WAREHOUSES DURING THE YEAR. 

Statement of the Quantity, in Taxable Gallons, of each Kind of Brandy 
Lost from Special Bonded Warehousks during the Year ended Junk 30, 
1894. 



District and State. 



Krst California 

Foarth California 

Connecticnt 

Rm Illinois 

^nd Kentucky 

Rfth Kentucky 

Maryland ' 

Fim Missouri 

Second New York 

Twenty-eighth New York. 

Tenth Ohio 

^h Tennessee 

Ve«t Virginia 



Total 



Grape. 



18,864 
24, 555 



4,913 



12 

4 

627 

22, 602 

240 

937 



72, 754 



Apple. 



3 

20 
263 



27 
4,403 
1,194 

32 

1,825 

567 



721 
98 



9,153 



Peach. 



10 



319 

607 



139 



13 
5 



1,093 



Aggregate. 



18,877 

24,575 

263 

4,913 

27 

4,734 

1,805 

659 

24,566 

807 

950 

726 

98 



83,000 



BRANDY WITHDRAWN FOR EXPORT DURING THE YEAR. 

Statement, by Districts, op the Quantity of Brandy, in Taxable Gallons, 
Withdrawn from Special Bonded Warehouses for Export during the 
Ykae ended June 30, 1894. 



District and State. 

J»wtCaUfomia 

fourth California 

Second New York..: 

rwenty.eighth New York 

Total 



Grape. 


Apple. 


165, 755 

180,455 

21, 874 

1,322 








'66 


369,406 


766 



Aggregate. 



165,755 

180, 455 

21,874 

2,088 

370, 172 



\ 



106 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



Statement, by Foreign and Domestic Ports, of the Quantity of Brandy, by 
Taxable Gallons, Withdrawn for Export during the Year ended June 
30, 1894. 



Forts to which grape brandy waa ex- 
ported. 



Ac^jntla, Central America 

Antwerp, Belgium 

Baale, Switzerland 

Bermuda, West Indies 

Bergen, Belgium 

Berne, Switzerland 

Berlin, Germany 

Bremen, Germany 

Chihaahua, Mexico 

Corinto, Central America 

Ensenada, South America 

Guaymas, Mexico 

Hamburg. Germany 

Havre, Trance 

Helsingborg, Sweden 

Hongkong, China 

Honolulu, Sandwich Islands 

Juarez, Mexico 

Kingston, West Indies 

La Libertad, Central America 

La Paz, South America 

Liveri)ool, England 

London, England 

Mexico, Mexico 

Monterey, Mexico 

Noffales, Mexico 

Pachuca, Mexico 

Panama, South America 

Papule, Australasia 

Port au Prince, West Indies 

Pueblo, Mexico 

Punta Arenas, Central America 

Rotterdam, Netherlands 

SanJosedeGnatemala, Central America. 

St. Croix, New Brunswick 

St. Louis Potosi, South America 

Tokyo, Japan 

Yokohama, Japan 

Zug, Switzerland 



Total 



Grape brandy. 



Eagle 
Pass. 



El Paso. 



52 



52 



New 
York. 



Nogales. 



San Fran 
Cisco. 



47 

"i* ios 



25 



389 



248 
147 



26 



52 



52 



939 



2,284 

50 

15, 576 



19, 712 



444 



3,564 



458 



29 



259 



49, 531 



24 



47 



25 

333 

1,571 



26 



189,218 



205 
26 

103 
94,342 

396 

295 
51 

919 



Apple 
brandy. 



New 
York. 



156 
46 

17, 378 

13,095 

77 



52 

49 
48 



52 
227 



71 



26 
97 



318, 813 



Summary of Operations at Special Bonded Warehouses during the Fiscal 

Year ended June 30, 1984. 



Brandy. 



A6tuall^ remaining in special bonded warehouses July 1, 1893 

In transit from special bonded warehouses to special bonded warehouses in other districts. 

Not actually in special bonded warehouse, claimed as lost by casualty, etc 

Withdrawn for export, proof of landing not received 

Deposited in special bonded warehouses during the year received from distilleries 

Transferred from a special bonded warehouse to a special bonded warehouse in another 
di strict 



Total. 



Withdrawn from special bonded warehouses tax-paid during the year 

Tax paid on deficiencies in export bonds 

XTxported, proofs of landing received 

Withdrawn and used to fortify sweet wine 

Allowed for loss by leakage or evaporation in warehouse 

Allowed for loss by leakage in transportation for export 

Loss allowed for casualties - 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse in other districts, receipt at second district 

acknowledged 

Withdrawn for exportation, proof of landing not received 

Not actually in special bonded warehouses, claimed as lost by casualty, etc 

In transit from other districts not yet received at second district 

Use of United States : 

Brandy actually remaining in special bonded warehouses June 30 1894 



Quantity. 



2.321,699 

84,60(r 

49P 

195, 09(^ 

1, 330, 29(^ 

217,220 



4,148,950 



*858,620 

681 

251,041 

56,588 

83,000 

33 



217.221 

313,507 

60 

18,277 

95> 

2,349,827' 



Total. 



4,148,95» 



Includes 1 gallon in dispute between First California and First Illinois. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



167 



STATEMENT 01^ FRUIT BRANDY REMAINING IN SPECIAL BONDED WARE- 

HOUSES JUNE 30, 1894. 

The following table shows the quantity, in taxable gallons, of brandy 
remaining June 30, 1894, in each of the spec^ial bonded warehouses and 
the quantity in bond in each district and in the United States: 



Bonded warehouse. 



^rat district of California: 

No. I. Bode & Haslett, Battery street, San Francisco 

No. 2. Susanna M. Bernard, I^s Angeles 

No. 3. George C. Carlon, Stockton 

No. 4. J. M. Tieman, San Oabriel Station, Los Angeles County. : 

No. 5. Snyder and Foss Warehouse Co.. San Jose, Santa Clara County. 

No. 6. Overland Freight and Transfer Co., San Francisco 

No. 7. Fresno Warehouse Co., Fresno, Fresno County 

No. 8. Bode & Haslett, Oriental street, San Francisco 



Total, First district of California 
"onrth district of California : 

No. 1. T. J. Clunie, Sacramento 

No. 2. L. W. Burris, Santa Bosa, Sonoma County 



No. 3. HaFTey John Lewelling, St. Helena, Sonoma County 
No. 4. John Tivnen, Sonoma County. 



No. 5. H. B. Shackelford, Vina, Tehama County. 
No. 6. A. B, Hatt, sr., Napa City, Napa County . 



Total, Fourth district of Californi-i 

X>iBtrict of Connecticut : 

No. 1. E. Williams, Wallingford, New Haven County. 



Total, Connecticut 1 

district of minois : 
No. 1. Hiram Sibley & Co., North Clark street, between Chicago River 
and North Water street, Chicago 



Total, First district of Ulinoia 

Second district of Kentucky : 

No. 1. E. W. Peters, Owensboro Public Warehouse Co., Owensboro, Da- 
viess County, Ky 



Total, Second district of Kentucky 

^fth district of Kentucky : 

No. 1. Louisville Public Warehouse Co., Louisville 



Total, Fifth district of Kentucky » 

The dibtrict of Maryland : 

No. 1. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. No. 4 Belt's Wharf, Fell 
... _ . . - - . ^^.. . _ . . 



street, between South Ann and South Wolfe streets, Baltimore 
No. 2. William J. Thoroughgood, Georgetown, Del 



Total, district of Maryland 

I^t district of Missouri : 

No. 1. E. Lungstras, No. 202 South Fourth street, St. Louis. 



Total, First district of Missouri 

Second district of New York: 

No. 1. J. D. W Sherman, No. 39 Water street. New York City 

No. 2. R. J. Dean, Nos. 490 and 492 Greenwich street. New York City . 



Total, Second district of New York . . 
Twenty^ighth distri ct of New York : 
No. I. Sheffer & Luetchford, Rochester 



Total, Twenty-eighth district of New York. . 
Tenth district of Ohio : 

No. 1. Hugo F. Engels, Sandusky, Erie County 



Total, Tenth district of Ohio 

lifth district of Tennessee: 

No. 1. J. E. Jones, McMinnville, Warren County. 



Total, Fifth district of Tennessee 

District of West Vireiaia : 

No. 1. J. A. CogoLl, 804 Third avenue, Huntington, Cabell County. 



^ Total, district of West Virginia 

f onrth district of North Carolina : 

No. 1. Gr«o. Dnnnel, Greensboro, Guilford County 



Total, Fourth district of North Carolina 
Total, all districts 



Quantity 

in each 

warehouse. 



OaUons. 
00,304 
71,066 
32,519 
44,192 
39,638 

369, 318 
76,291 

195,049 



102,494 

64,845 

75, 012 

8,569 

402,612 
40,085 



15, 213 



46,860 



481 



35, 471 



67,383 
3,068 



11,699 



246,943 
195, 664 



44,689 



46,700 



18,608 



3,562 



1,492 



(Quantity 
in each 
district. 



OaUons. 



918,877 



693,617 



15,213 



46,860 



481 



35,471 



70,451 



11,699 



442,607 



44,689 



46,700 



18,608 



3,562 



1,492 



.\ 'i.^^a.^Ol 



168 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



FORTIFICATION OF WINES WITH GRAPE BRANDY FREE OF TAX. 

The quantity of grai>e brandy used in fortifying wines under tlie act 
of October 1, 1890, during the year ended June 30, 1893, was 619,811 
tax gallons. 

The quantity of brandy used and of each kind of wine fortified dur- 
ing the year ended June 30, 1894, in each district is shown in the fol* 
lowing table: 



Kinds. 



Angelica 
Malaga . . 
Mnacat . . 

Port 

Sherry... 
Tokay... 



Total 

Add totals First and Fonrth 
California to total New 
Mexico 



Grand total. 



First GaUfonua. 



Before for- 
tification. 



Wine gctlg. 

331,865.22 

15, 235. 53 

308, 645. 14 

1,815,520.34 

613, 312. 76 

1,023.45 



2,085,602.43 



After for- 
tification. 



Wine gait. 

278,923.20 

17, 430. 51 

367,354.78 

2,141,480.04 

713, 618. 16 

1, 193. 09 



3,519,999.78 



Fonrth Califomia. 



Before for- 
tification. 



Wine gait, 

89, 519. 83 

20,706.20 

27,069.97 

561,128.23 

310, 747.815 



1, 009, 162. 08 



After for- 
tification. 



Wine gait. 

107,937.14 
25,499.83 
32. 709. 69 

667,362.73 

371,096.45 



1,204,595.84 



New Mexico. 



Before for- 
tification. 



Wine gals. 
3,161.80 



1,891.39 



5,053.19 



3.994,764.51 



3,999,817.70 



After for- 
tification. 



Wine gait. 
4,053.80 



2,401.39 



6.455.19 



4,724,595.62' 



4,731.060.81 



Grape Brae^dy Used. 

First California 807,438 

Fonrth Califomia 305,366 

New Mexico : 1,721 



Total .• 1,114.516 

There were no wines fortified during August, 1894. The quantity of 
wine fortified during the month of September, 1894, is as follows: 



District. 


Port 


Angelica. 


Muscat. 


Sherry. 


Total. 


First Califomia 


6aUo7it. 
194.070.49 
141, 672. 91 
4, 789. 00 


GdOont. 
23,710.89 
4,652.55 


OalUmt. 
1,091.99 
618.44 


QaUont. 
1,258.44 


OaUont. 
220, 13L 81 


Fonrth California 


146,843.90 


New Mexico 




4, 789. 00 












Total 


340, 532. 40 


28,363.44 


1,610.43 


1,258.44 


371,764.71 







COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



169 



EXPORTATION OF MANUFACTURED TOBACCO AND SNUFF IN BOND. 

The quantity of manufactured tobacco removed fix)m the place of 
manufacture in bond free of tax, now at the rate of 6 cents per pound, 
dnring the year, also the quantity actually exported during the year, 
sad the quantity unaccounted for at the beginning and at the end of 
the year, are shown in the subjoined statement: 



1. Quantity nnacooanted for July 1, 1893 

2. Qiumtity removed during the year ended June 30, 1804 

Total 

3. Quantity exported durine the year ended June 30, 1894 

4. Qiumtity deficient on which tax was paid 

5. Quantity remaining unaccounted for at close of fiscal year ended June 30, 1894 

Total 



Pounds. 



973, 739^ 
14,668,695^ 



15,642,435,^, 



14,716,931 
8,508 
916,996^ 



15,642,435^ 



Exportation of Cigars and Cigarettes in Bond. 





Cigars, $3 
perM. 


Cigarettes, 50 
cents per M. 


!• Removed and unaccounted for July 1. 1893. as per last report 


120,000 
1,894,740 


20, 831, 000 


•• Bemoved durinir the vear ended June 30. 1894 


401, 605, 300 






Total 


2, 014, 740 


422.436,300 






3' Exported and accounted for during the year ended June 30, 1894. .... .. 

5. Tax paid on deficiencies during the year 1894 


1, 868, 540 

20,000 

126,200 


410, 223. 700 
210,000 


8. Besiuntng unaccounted for at close of fiscal year ended June 30, 1894. . 


12, 002, 600 


Total 


2, 014, 740 


422. 436, 300 







TJpon comparing the foregoing statements as to manufactured tobacco, 
cigars, and cigarettes, with those for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1893, 
the increase in 1894 as to cigarettes, and the decrease as to tobacco and 
cigars, is found to be as follows : 



^obaooo - pounds. 

Cigars .". number. 

Cigarettes do. . . 



Increase. 



3, 778, 040 



Decrease. 



744,754 
352. 315 



The increase as to cigarettes continues to be the prominent feature 
of this class of exportations. The business of exporting cigarettes has 
grown during the past thirteen years as follows: 

Number during Fiscal Year ended June 30. 



Year. 



1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 



Number. 



64,001,500 

68, 413, 560 

86,243,485 

104, 811, 420 

134, 311, 180 



Year, 



Number. 



1887 139,935,300 



1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 



180, 769, 800 
246, 679, 750 
259, 310, 050 
294, 534, 250 



Year. 



1892 
1893 
1894 



Number. 



320, 845, 020 
397,827,260 
401,605,300 



170 



ANNUAL KEPORT OF THE 



DBAWBAOK ALLOWED ON EXPORTED MERCHANDISE. 

Statbment of Dra.wba.ck of Intern ai^Rbvbkue Taxes allowed on Exported 
Merchandise during the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. 



Port 



BalttmorB — 

BoAton 

Kew Orleans. 
New York... 
Philadelphi* . 
San Francisco 
Savannah .... 

Total... 



Number 

of. 
claims. 



3 
1 
6 

16 

4 

177 

1 



208 



Tobacco. 



$124.06 

114.90 

1,764.65 

453.84 

503.64 



2,961.08 



Ciitars and 
cigarettes. 



$967.03 



429.90 
30.00 



1,426.93 



Distilled 
spirits. 



$143. 10 



6,949.70 
12,239.30 



38,332.10 



Total. 



$1,110.13 

124.06 

114.90 

7,704.86 

453.84 

33,172.84 

30.00 



42,710.11 



Recapitulation of Drawback op Internal-Revenue Taxes allowed during 

THE Fiscal Years 1863 to 1894, inclusive. 



Period. 



Allowed— 

1863 to 1876, incluaive 

1877. 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 



.Period. 



Allowed— 

1869 to 1876, inolusiye 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 -. 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 



Total. 



Number Proprietary 
of claims. I articles. 



Tobacco. 



751 

562 

744 

872 

749 

909 

1,130 

1,090 

706 

800 

877 

1,222 

1, 280 

1,540 

1,744 

240 

192 

208 



$48,235.85 
33,820.54 
43,184.71 

85. 153. 86 

28. 483. 87 
33,695.22 
33,000.89 
16,460.34 

46.66 



$5, 819. 32 
2,537.98 
12, 113. 86 
22, 314. 02 
8, 596. 60 
6,069.36 
6,604.60 
6, 053. 81 
2, 515. 80 
3, 582. 13 
5, 270. 54 

3, 437. 64 
1. 829. 12 
7,421.70 
2,041.73 
2, 049. 73 
2, 951. 08 



Snuff. 



$26.08 



82. UO 
"i.iiO 



80 



Cigars and 
cigarettes. 



$250.20 

1.094.97 

1,232.43 

1,406.12 

5,195.37 

5.673.96 

901.75 

601.25 

968.62 

703.25 

1,416.55 

1,112.50 

1,184.97 

1.023.10 

1,005.00 

1,426.93 



Fermented i Distilled 
liquors. spirits. 



sails. 



$760. 12 

46.25 

533.60 

2,205.42 

1, 128. 38 

3,913.18 

6, 034. 16 

14, 996. 30 

16, 192. 71 

23, 878. 21 

21, 238. 94 

26, 166. 54 

25, 633. 33 

31, 657. 93 

31,374.51 

378.08 



$718.90 
1,426.92 



1.161.90 

1,966.50 

4. 608. 00 

8, 352. 00 

3,705.30 

6, 642. 00 

5, 756. 60 

28,411.30 

10, 737. 00 

12. 410. 00 

9, 177. 3C 

17, 019. 00 

7,467.30 

38, 332. 10 



Miscella- 
neous. 



a $277. 11 



$80.00 

22U.0O 

60.00 

60.00 

480.00 



140.00 

160.00 

80.00 

100.00 



40.00 
40.00 



6888.00 



c 590. 92 



Total. 



16,673,845.1 
55,092.^4 
37,123.^- 
57,509.^ 
61.736.^ 
40,849. 2 

46, no. 3 

55, 093- « 
52,09»-4 

2;i 3ff«- 5 
34, 7S&- ] 
33, 37^- 1 
61,02^- 
41, 3^^- 

47. lOg- : 
49, i^-^- ; 

20, 50^-: 

10,5*^- 

42.71.<^- 

7, 447, 3»^- 



Manufactured cotton exported prior to 1868. b Machinery exported prior to 1868. 

c Chairs exported prior to 1868. 



GOMMIB9IONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 171 

Statement of Fermented Liquor Removed from Breweries in Bond, Free of 
Tax, from July 1, 1893/ to June 30, 1894, under the Act of June 18, 1890. 

Removed for expovt, unaccounted for Jnne 30, 1893 90,810 

Removed for diract exportation , 228; 002 

Removed in original luuskages to be bottled for export S88, 418 

Removed by pipe line to be bottled for export 100,191 

Rxoeu reported by botUers 2,0li8 

Total -. 902,902 

Exported in original packages, proofs received 227, 100 

Bxported in bottles, proofs received 832; 009 

Removed for export, unaccounted for, tax x>aid 4, 068 

Rxcesa reportea by bottlers 10, 484 

Removed for exi>ort,unaceonnted for June 3U, 1804 82,711 

Total 902,902 



172 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



OLEOMARGAEIHE. 

The following statements, showing operations under the act of 
August 2, 1886, defining butter and imposing a tax upon and regulat- 
ing the manufacture, ssSe, importation, and exportation of oleomarga- 
rine, comprise — 

First. A summary of operations at oleomargarine manufactories dur- 
ing the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894; also a summary of operations 
during the past two fiscal years, and by months covering the period 
from November 1, 1886, to June 30, 1894. 

Second. A statement of the receipts from all classes of taxes imposed 
by the oleomargarine law for the year ended June 30, 1894. 

Third. A statement by States and Territories showing the number of 
establishments for which special tax was paid to carry on during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, the business of manufacturing and 
dealing in oleomargarine; also, in aggregate, of all persons who paid 
oleomargarine special taxes for the twelvemonths ended June 30, 1893. 

Fourth. A statement of the total production and of total receipts 
from all oleomargarine sources for each fiscal year since the oleomarga- 
rine law took effect. 

It appears from the subjoined table that the average monthly pro- 
duction of oleomargarine under the operations of the law has been as 
follows : 

Pounds. 

During the eight months ended June 30, 1887 2,711,828 

During the fiscal year ended June 30 — 

1888 2,860,460 

1889 2,972,002 

1890 2,693,669 

1891 3,699,367 

1892 4,030,346 

1893 5,602,024 

1894 5,801,853 

It also appears that the average monthly quantity withdrawn from 
factories on payment of the tax was as follows : 

Founds. 

During the eight months en^ed June 30, 1887 2,592,946 

During the fiscal year ended June 30 — 

1888 2,707,430 

1889 2,821,970 

1890 2,566,494 

1891 3,601,292 

1892 3,909,625 

1893 5,371,989 

1894 5,508,004 

The average quantity withdrawn monthly for exi)ortation during the 
same time is shown to have been as follows: 

Pounds. ' 

During the eight months ended June 30, 1887 90, 666 

During the fiscal year ended June 30 — 

1888 140,516 

1889 145,746 

1890 134,866 

1891 102,426 

1892 107,981 

1893 232,124 

1894 283,890 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE 173 

III thj9 Ascal years 1887 .and 1888 the largest production month was 
March 5 in the fiscal year 1889, December; in the fiscal year 1890, Octo- 
ber^ in the fiscal year 1891, Mai'ch; in the fiscal year 1892, March; in 
the fiscal year 1893^ January, while the greatest production during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, occurred in October, 1893. The quantity 
produced during these months was as follows: 

Ponnds. 

In March, 1887 3,568,254 

In March, 1888 3,940,727 

In December, 1888 1 4,181,317 

Itt October, 1889 4,072,333 

hi March, 1891 6,723,224 

In March, 1892 5,916,871 

hi January, 1893 7,824,657 

hi October, 1893 9,318,006 

The months in which the production fell below 2,000,000 pounds were 
as follows: 

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1887: Ponnda. 

May, 1887, produced l,885,02r 

June, 1887, produced 1,375,42^, 

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1888: 

July, 1887, produced 1,208,638 

Dnjuig thp fiscal year ended June 30, 1889 : 

J-nne, 1889, produced : 1, 575, 362 

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1890 : 

July, 1889, produced 1,404,749 

August, 1889, produced 1,975,773 

May, 1890, produced 1,864,746 

June, 1890, produced 1,364,826 

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1891 : 

July, 1890, produced 1,723,966 

June, 1891, produced 1,988,633 

There was an increase in the number of persons .engaged in the sale 
of oleomargarine during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, as well as 
an increase in the production of the article. 

The following table shows the qusjntity of oleomargarine, in pounds, 
at 2 cents tax, produced at manufactories during the. fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1894, the quantity withdrawn therefironwduring'the year^ and 
the stock of oleomargarine remaining in factories. Jtine^O, 1894 : 

Summary of Operations at OlbOiMargarine Manufactories during the Fiscai* 

Year ended June 30, 1894. 

Ponnds. 

Stock on hand July 1, 1893 322,911 

Kemoved for export and remaining unaccounted for July 1, 1893 269, 436 

592, 347 

Betumed to factories during the year 678 

Produced during the year : 69, 622, 246 

70, 215, 271 

Oleomargarine withdrawn from factoriBs tax-paid •66, 096, 058 

Oleomargarine lost or destroyed in .manufactories 5, 579 

Withdrawn from manufactories for export and accounted.for hy clearance 

certificates filed 3,430,617 

Withdrawn from manufactories for export and accounted for by pay- 

naent of tax on account of certificates not filed 661 

Withdrawn for export and accounted for by subsequent destruction 1, 350 

Withdrawn for exposition purposes 228 

removed for export not accounted for June 30, 1894 243, 491 

««maining in factories June 30, 1894 437,287 



\ 



174 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



OPERATIONS IN OLBOMABOABINE DURING THE LAST TWO FISCAL 

TEARS. 

The following statement by districts shows the quantity, in pounds, 
of oleomargarine produced at manufactories, the quantity withdrawn 
therefrom tax-paid, for export and ibr exposition purposes, and the 
quantity lost or destroyed at manufactories during the two fiscal years 
ended June ^, 1893, and June 30, 1894, respectively; also the stock 
remaining on hand at the close of each year : 



l)lBtrict8. 



First Californi* 88,307 

Colorado 288,310 

Coimecticnta 8,007,348 

FirstniinolB 30,437,852 

Sixth Indiana 1,121,088 

Fourth Iowa 100,033 

Kanaasfr 10,500,784 

Sixth^swuri 1,460,^18 

Nebraakae 8,451,815 

Eleventh Ohio I 507,844 

Eighteenth Ohic * 2,512,802 

Fiist Pennsylvania 880,320 



From Jnly 1, 1802, to Jane 30, 1803. 



Produced. 



Withdrawn 
j tax-paid. 



Withdrawn 

for 

export. 



Lost or 
destroyed. 



58,883 

202,170 

5,278,320 

30,094,081 

1, 113, Oil 

178,^62 

10,385,482 

1.437,718 

3,451.815 

J05.844 

2,*504, a32 

185, 570 



Total 87,224,208 i 84,483,875 



4,700 



1, 820, 010 
352,850 



274,795 



524,130 



2,785.494 



10,202 



Withdrawn 
for exposi- 
tion pur- 
poses. 



Remaining 

in factory 

June 30, 

1893. 



4,724 



1,214 



243,893 

28,828 

2.270 



33,327 



10.292 



1,214 



2,000 
7,88U 



322,911 



Districts. 



First California 

Colorado 

Connecticut a 

First Illinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Fourth Iowa 

Kansas b 

Sixth Missouri 

KebrasVa « 

Eleventh Ohio 

Eighteenth Ohio . . . 
First Pennsylvania 

Total 



From July 1. 1803, to June 30, 1804. 



Betumed 

to 
factory. 



Produced. 



878 



«78 



173,813 



8,545,298 

40, 067, 122 

1,480,881 

112,428 

10, 102, 185 

1,136,835 

3, 476, 350 

724, 747 

2,248,078 

878,733 



60, 822, 248 



I With- 
Withdrawn drawn 
tax-paid. | for 
export. 



150, 847 



6,088,395 

40, 537, 005 

1, 475, 813 

110,335 
0,912,487 
1, 146, 006 
3, 475, 780- 

721, 141 
2, 240, 730 

237,820 



66,006,058 



10,750 



2,443,643 
415,958 



114, 812 
670 



421, 152 



3,408,883 



Lost 
or de- 
stroyed. 



With- 
drawn 

for expo- 
sition 

purposes. 



Remain- 
ing in 
factory 
June 30, 
1894. 



739 

470 

4,370 



5,579 



228 



228 



7,740 



33,258 

258,885 

13,608 



75,066 
23,166 



5,608 

4,199 

17,781 



437,287 



a Including the State of Rhode Island. Ko oleomargarine was manufactured in the State of Con- 
necticut. 

b Including the Indian Territory and the Territory of Oklahoma; but no oleomargarine was manu- 
factured m either of these Territories. 

e Including the States of North Dakota and South Dakota; but no oleomargarine was manufactured 
in either of uiese States. 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL BBVENUE. 



175 



Statement showing the quantity of Oleomargarine produced, withdrawn 
Tax-paid, for PjXport, for Exposition Purposes, and lost or destroyed 
IN Manufactories monthly, from November 1, 1886, to June 30, 1894. 



Months. 



On hand Novemher 1, 1886. 

November 

December 



1887. 



January . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September . 

October 

November . 
December. . 



1888. 



January . . 
February . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September , 
October... 
November . 
December. 



Quantity 
returned 

to 
factories. 



Poundt. 



1889., 



January . . . 

February - . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September. 
October... 
November 
BeoMnber . 



1890. 



January . . . 
Febravy .. 

March 

April 

June , 

July 

^ngnst... 
o^ptember 
pctober. 



i^Boary... 

fc::: 

Jnne 

September, 
yptober.... 
{Jov^mber . 



1891. 



Quantity j Withdrawn 
produced, j tax-paid. 



Poundt. 

181,090 
3, 188, 261 
3,073,263 



2,804,096 
2, 779, 856 
3, 568, 254 
2,839,358 
1, 885, 027 
1,375,423 
1, 208, 638 
2,425,226 
2, 703, 256 
3, 082, 935 
3, 0O3, 715 
3,256,028 



3,058,955 
3, 057, 149 
3, 940, 727 
8,273,453 
8, 185, 127 
2, 130, 318 
2, 084, 817 
2,301,769 
2,776,465 
3, 462, 123 
3, 734, 878 
4,181,317 



8,607,763 
3, 523, 381 
3, 047, 875 
3, 057, 841 
2, 310, 946 
1, 575, 362 
1,404,749 
1, 975, 773 
2,274,466 
4, 072, 333 
3, 188, 757 
3,072.028 



3,338,340 
3,011,670 
3.885.(^ 
2, 871, 274 
1, 864. 746 
1, 864, 826 
1, 723, 966 
2, 320, 548 
3, 391, 817 
3, 626, 056 
3, 615, 704 
4,373,447 



3,664,473 
4,386,152 
6, 723, 224 
4, 573, 178 
4, 005, 212 
1, 988, 633 
2,524,287 
2, 376, 022 
8,560,418 
4,941,276 
4,975,162 
4,593,610 



Pounda. 



2,986,241 
2,956,827 



2,720,285 
2, 716, 759 
3, 612, 138 
2, 780, 307 
1, 769, 954 
1,301.108 
1, 170, 136 
2,296,238 
2, 568, 007 
2,915,016 
2,862,321 
8, 120, 393 



2, 918, 868 
3, 003, 515 
3, 824, 672 
3,062,396 
2, 817, 292 
1, 930, 311 
1,925,762 
2,209,782 
2,611,693 
3, 368, 418 
3, 509, 408 
4,025,836 



3, 853, 850 
3,266,246 
3,977,831 
2,886,481 
2, 114, 678 
1, 614, 658 
1,442,094 
1,914,016 
2, 130, 648 
3, 668, 057 
3, 174, 648 
8,010,819 



3,053,376 
3, 042, 219 
3, 657, 614 
2, 719, 725 
1,795,963 
1, 189, 257 
1, 573, 786 
2, 135, 414 
3, 139, 816 
3,4H2,124 
3,015,132 
4,238,578 



8,702, 
4,349, 
6,577, 
4,443, 
3,907, 
2,049, 
2,428, 
2, 276, 
3,436, 
4,825, 
4,813, 
4,570, 



844 
304 
926 
605 
827 
156 
144 
339 
518 
731 
467 
567 



Withdrawn 
for export. 



Poundi. 



6,747 
67,189 



144,635 
60,500 
96^499 

149, 838 

136, 523 
62,701 
33,240 

110,990 
68,917 
92,201 

148, 899 
78,500 



117, 781 
126,168 
156, 761 
251,994 
327, 726 
174, 021 
155,200 
153,285 
167, 787 
80,786 
175,966 
109,386 



137, 123 

228,191 

70.424 

285. 948 

126, 223 

58,579 

95,680 

49, 222 

167,826 

190, 385 

121,630 

93,770 



117,900 

104, 018 

213, 680 

159. 119 

219, 052 

86,215 

157, 808 

192, 176 

146, 920 

95,660 

71,400 

21,090 



36,158 
46,380 
62,170 

288,966 
39.994 
70,446 
88,970 

104. 008 
45,050 
71,998 
91,860 
68,776 



Lost or 
destroyed. 



Poundt. 



10,878 
296 



3,066 

9,182 

12,472 

6, 866 

2,210 

6,267 

1,191 

601 

262 

1,979 



Withdrawn 
for exposi- 
tion pur- 
poses. 



2,998 
1,537 



095 
185 
727 



10 



1,000 



70 



4,973 



688 



3,692 
266 



Pound*. 







90 


56 






3, 356 
























1,039 
























112 








\\V.„,,^,.^ 



176 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Statement showing the Quantity of Oleomakgarine produced, withdrawjt 
Tax-paid, for Export, for Exposition Purposes, etc.— Continued. 



Months. 



1892. 



Quantity 
returned 

to 
factories. 



January... 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

Aufmsji 

September. 

October 

NoTember . 
December . 



Pound*. 



1893. 



January . . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September . 

October 

November . 
December . 



228 
450 



1894. 



Januaiy . 
February 
March . . . 

April 

May 

June 



Total 

On hand June 30, 1894. 



678 



Quantity 
produced. 



Poundt. 
4,777,319 
4,804,932 
5,916,871 
4, 006, 392 
3, 160, 611 
2, 067, 255 
2,653,622 
3, 745, 521 
6, 116, 208 
5, 195, 351 
7, 311, 563 
6, 541, 521 



7, 824, 657 
6, 383, 115 
6, 358, 576 
6, 378, 648 
6,242,756 
3, 472, 760 
3,653,387 
5,014,242 
7, 126, 593 
9, 318, 006 
7,401,265 
6,809,238 



6, 566, 191 
6,243.843 
5, 889, 497 
5,413, 302 
3, 633, 89] 
2, 552, 791 



353, 611, 320 



Withdrawn 
tax- paid. 



Pounds. 
4, 563, 758 
4, 607, 287 
6, 711, 766 
4.711,950 
2, 935, 407 
2, 035, 592 
2,388,926 
3, 571, 333 
4,698,580 
5, 239, 316 
6, 707, 860 
6,202,957 



7, 686, 836 
6, 068, 662 
6, 249, 313 
6,253,313 
5, 860, 198 
3, 536, 591 
3, 350, 268 
4,716,712 
6, 739. 234 
8,731,547 
7,280,926 
6.577,978 



6, 315, 278 
6, 127, 589 
5,639,414 
4, 956, 192 
3,443,917 
2, 317, 003 



Withdrawn Lost or 
for exx>ort. destroyed. 



Pounds. 
83,306 
218, 570 
189,090 
122, 593 
134, 198 
127,364 
284,558 
144,870 
145,853 
219,263 
229,732 
288,058 



223,053 
233,048 
239,106 
305,957 
264,392 
212,604 
233,894 
222,354 
220,283 
265,147 
302,468 
177, 320 



255,889 
287,461 
415, 549 
358, 951 
328, 171 
339,196 



338,585,257 14,495,097 



Pounds. 



4,525 
3,828 
1,939 



WiUidrawn 
for exposi- 
tion pur- 
poses. 



Pounds. 



1,214 



1,506 



228 
450 



228 



643 
61 



2,691 
c. 



92, 915 



1,442 



437,287 



COMMISSIONEB OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



177 



Receipts under the Oleomargarine Law during the Fiscal Year ended 

June 30, 1894. 

[For notes to the references in this table see page 8.] 



Districts. 



Collections on 

oleomarga- 
rine at 2 cents 
per pound. 



18,850.40 



122,037.20 



811,739.24 



28,898.48 
24.00 



AlalMunA 

Arkansas 

Tint Califomiaa 

Colorado6 

Connecticnte 

Florida 

Georgia - 

First Illinois 

Fifth Illinois 

Eighth nUDois 

TWrteenth lUinois 

Sixth Indiana 

Seveu th Indiana 

Third Iowa j 

Fourth Iowa j 2, 214. 66 

Kansasd ! 205,483.22 

Second Kentucky ! 

Fifth Kentucky i 

Sixth Kentucky j 

^venth Kentucky I 

Bighth Kentucky ! 

Louisian ac ', 

Maryland/ ! 14.20 

Maasachusette 

First Michigan ' 

Fourth Michigan : 

Minnesota ! 

First Missouri 

Sixth Missouri 22,736.70 

Montana g 

Nebraska A 67,486.98 

Kew Hampshire i 

First New Jersey 

Fifth Ne w J ersey 

New Mexico k 

First New York 

Second New York 

Third New. York 

Fourteenth New York ."". 

Twenty-first New York * 

Twenty-eighth New York «u . . . 

ronrth North Carolina 

Fifth North Carolina 

first Ohio 53.58 

Tenth Ohio 

Eleventh Ohio 14,463.38 

Eighteenth Ohio 44,726.52 

Oregon! | 11.82 

First Pennsylvania I 4,810.12 

Ninth Pennsylvania ! 

Twelfth Pennsylvania i , 

Twenty-third [{Pennsylvania I 

Soaih Carolina i 

Second Tennessee i 

«fth Tennessee .... I 

Third Texas i 

fourth Texas 1 

«oond Virginia... ' 

Sixth Vn-gmia 

Jest Virginia 

|u«t Wisconsin 

^«cond Wisconsin 



Special taxes of— 



Manufac- 
turers. 



$1,400.00 



2, 350. 00 



2,700.00 



600.00 



2,400.00 



600.00 



1,200.00 



Total. 



Betail 
dealers. 



$2,689.60 

2,330.00 

932.00 

3, 946. 00 

15, 262. 00 

4, 984. 00 

2, 850. 00 

58, 896. 30 

5, 556. 00 

6,220.00 

2,400.00 

7, 426. 00 

8,848.00 

468.00 

3,460.00 

9,152.00 

332. 00 

2, 360. 00 

2, 192. 00 

976. 00 

234.00 

2, 382. 00 

5,664.00 

9, 742. 00 

15,636.00 \ 

3, 738. 00 

1, 330. 00 

16, 752. 00 

7.896.00 

2, 568. 00 

3, 252. 00 

1,512.00 

1,752.00 

ft, 764. 00 

588.00 

222.00 

558.00 

1,738.00 

68.00 



1,328,558.00 1 11,250.00 



84.00 

294. 00 

232.00 

5, 458. 00 

756.00 

3, 274. 00 

11, 114. 00 

3, 190. 00 

1,284.00 

696.00 

902.00 

11,284.00 

1, 700. 00 

404. 00 

3, 050. 00 

2, 492. 00 

1,344.00 

1, 164. 00 

402.00 

3, 330. 00 

2, 976. 00 

3, 172. 00 



276, 277. 90 



Wholesale 
dealers. 



$2, 920. 00 

480.00 

1, 720. 00 

2,610.00 

2, 840. 00 

480. 00 

1, 920. 00 

5,420.00 

2, 040. 00 

360.00 



1,800.00 




1, 480. 00 




840.00 
480. 00 


■ 



1,520.00 

4,880.00 

11,480.00 

5,560.00 

2, 880. 00 

3,720.00 

3,680.00 

960.00 

4,520.00 

1, 920. 00 

1, 080. 00 

120.00 

880.00 

420.00 

480.00 

1,220.00 

600.00 

320.00 

720.00 

440.00 





1,920.00 




920.00 
5,064.00 
3, 120. 00 

800.00 



5, 160. 00 
360.00 
480.00 
2, 720. 00 
5, 360. 00 
2, 120. 00 
2,660.00 



1,560.00 

760.00 

1, 600. 00 



107, 394. 00 



Total. 



$6,609.60 

2, 810. 00 

7,911.40 

6,556.00 

142,489.20 

5, 464. 00 

4, 770. 00 

878, 755. 54 

7, 596. 00 

0, 580. 00 

2,400.00 

38,724.48 

8, 872. 00 

468.00 

7.154.66 

217, 035. 22 

332.00 

3, 200. 00 

2, 672. 00 

076.00 

234.00 

3, 902. 00 

30,558.20 

21, 222. 00 

21, 196. 00 

6, 618. 00 

5,050.00 

20. 432. 00 

32. 192. 70 

7, 088. 00 

72, 657. 98 

2,592.00 

1, 872. 00 

6, 644. 00 

1,008.00 

702.00 

1, 778. 00 

2,838.00 

388.00 

720.00 

524.00 

294.00 

232. 00 

7.431.58 

756.00 

17, 737. 38 

57, 960. 52 

8, 265. 32 

0, 214. 12 

1, 496. 00 

902. 00 

16,444.00 

2,060.00 

884.00 

5, 770. 00 

7,852.00 

3, 464. 00 

3, 824. 00 

402.00 

4,890.00 

3. 736. 00 

4, 772. 00 



1,723,479.90 



H. Ex. 4 12 



178 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



Statement, by States and Territories, showing Number of Establishments 
FOR WHICH Special Tax was paid to carry on during the Fiscal Year 
ENDED June 30, 1894, the business of Manufacturing and Dealing in Oleo- 
margarine. 



states and Territories. 



Alabama. 
Alaska .. 



Manufac- 
tories. 



Wholesale 
establish- 
ments. 



Retail 
establish- 
ments. 



85 



TotaL 



70 



Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Colombia. 

Florida 

Gieorgia 



Idaho. 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian Territory. 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 



1 
4 
7 
1 
1 
41 
3 
5 



67 
28 
S3 
9 
49 
88 
114 
71 



68 
U 

]J09 
1» 
50 

94 

117 

76 



7 
1 



1 
3 



Maryland 

Massachusetts . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi — 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 



1 

i' 



23 
6 



5 
4 
3 
4 

28 

22 
8 



12 

10 

4 



2,078 

303 

41 

125 

178 

168 

65 

50 

27 

256 

521 

35 

7 

688 

63 

83 



2,108 

310 

41 

133 

181 

173 

69 

53 

31 

284 

543 

43 

7 

701 

73 

88 



New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

Norih Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma Territory. 
Oregon 



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

Tennessee 

Texas 



1 
4 



TJUh 

"Vermont 

Virginia 

Waahinfirton... 
West Virginia. 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Total for 12 months ended June 30, 1894 
Total for 12 months ended June 80, 1893 



2 

3 

1 

11 



10 



20 
6 
2 



6 

17 
3 



6 

12 

5 

6 



23 
22 



*279 
t283 



10 

197 

19 

68 

16 

2 

559 

32 

3 

383 

341 

49 

3 

72 

103 

11 

1 

59 

68 

90 

181 

15 



7,554 
6,369 



12 

200 

20 

79 

16 

2 

571 

32 

3 

404 

351 

51 

3 

78 

120 

14 

1 

65 
80 
95 
187 
15 



7,856 
6,674 



* The number of wholesale establishments that actually carried on business after paying the special 
tax was 275. 

t The number of wholesale establishments that actually carried on business after paying the special 
tax for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1893, was 281. 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



179 



The following table of production and total receipts from all oleomar- 
garine sources for each fiscal year since November 1, 1886, the date the 
oleomargarine law took effect, is interesting as showing the extent of 
operations in the country. 



On hand November 1. 1886 

During the fiscal year ended Jnne 30, 1887 (from November 1, 1886) 

During the fiscal year ended Jahe 30, 1888 

Daring the fiscal year ended June 30, 1889 

Daring the fiscal year ended June 30, 1890 

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1891 

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1892 

Duriui; the fiscal year ended Jnne 30, 1893 *. 

Daring the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894 

Total 



Produced. 



Pounds, 

181, 090 
21, 513, 537 
34,325,527 
35, 664, 026 
32, 324, 032 
44,392,409 
48, 364. 155 
67, 224, 298 
69, 622, 246 



Beceived. 



$723, 

864, 

894, 

786, 

1,077, 

1,266, 

1, 670, 

1, 723, 



948.04 
139.88 
247.91 
291.72 
924.14 
326.00 
643.50 
479.90 



353, 611, 320 9, 007, 001. 09 



AMENDMENTS SUGGESTED TO PRESENT LAW. 



The existing laws imposing the tax and regulating the manufacture, 
sale, and exportation of oleomargarine are deficient in many respects. 
A reenactment of the laws would, no doubt, be the wisest and most 
eflFective way of correcting the existing defects; but if that is not prac- 
ticable I renew the recommendations in my report of last year, that the 
following amendments, which are regarded as of most importance and 
which were suggested by my predecessor in his annual report for the 
year ended June 30, 1892, be enacted : 

"Section 3 of the act of August 2, 1886, defines a retail dealer in oleo- 
" margarine to be ^ every person who sells oleomargarine in less quanti- 
" ties than 10 pounds at one time,' whereas section 6 of this act provides 
"that ^retail dealers in oleomargarine must sell only from original 
"stamped packages in quantities not exceeding 10 pounds.' 

"To reconcile the two sections, section 6 should be amended by strik- 
"rng out the words 'not exceeding,' and inserting in lieu thereof the 
"words ' less than.' 

"As a wholesale deal^pr in oleomargarine is defined to be a person 
"who sells it 'in the original manufacturer's packages' (section 3, act 
"August 2, 1886), and it is further provided that 'all sales made 
u» * * by wholesale dealers in oleomargarine shall be in original 
"stamped packages,' persons who sell more than 10 pounds, not in the 
''original stamped packages, can not, as the law stands, be required 
"to pay special tax as wholesale dealers; nor is there any criminal 
"provision of the statutes directly reaching such cases. 

"if it be deemed unadvisable to change the law which confines a 
"wholesale dealer in oleomargarine to selling only 'original stamped 
"packages,' then the sale of 10 pounds or more, not in such packages, 
"should be made a criminal offense by an amendment to section 6 of 
"the act. 

"Section 41, act of October 1, 1890, requires wholesale dealers in oleo- 
'' margarine to keep books and render returns in compliance with the 
^'regulations, but no penalty for violation of this section is provided 
"f«»r therein; and in view of recent decisions of the courts, it would 
*'««em that a penalty clause, directly fvccompanying the provisions of a 
**'^tatute requiring certain acts to be done, is essential to an effective 
'^euforcement of the law. 



180 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

** It ia suggested that the last sentence of section 6, act of August 2, 
'* lt>ik>, be stricken out and the following inserted: 

** *K\ery person who knowingly sells, or offers for sale, or delivers or 
'^otfei'** to deliver, any oleomargarine, in quantities exceeding 10 pounds 
^'at oue time, otherwise than in the original stamped packages, and 
**overy I'etail dealer in oleomargarine who sells or offers for sale, oleo- 
^^luiU'gkuine otherwise than as herein required, or delivers or offers to 
**Ueliver oleomargarine in any other form than in new wooden or paper 
^* l>apkttges as above described, and every manufacturer, dealer, or other 
^*|KU'Hou, who packs in any package any oleomargarine in any manner 
^Uvutrary to law, or who falsely brands any package, or affixes a stamp 
^*ou any package denoting a less amount of tax than that required by 
^Maw, Hxiall be fined for each offense not more than $1,000 and be 
«*iuit>rlMoned not more than two years.' 

**'rhe third clause of section 3 should be amended by applying the 
<^ jU'oviHions of that clause of section 3244 of the Eevised Statutes 
<^ relieving from liability to special tax persons selling oleomargarine as 
it executors', administrators, or in any other fiduciary capacity. 

**Hection 5 should require every manufacturer of oleomargarine to 
**flle with the collector of the district a description of the premises 
^^eouHtituting his manufactory, and that no business shall be carried 
**uii ou those premises except the manufacture of oleomargarine or 
**of other substances necessary for and to be used exclusively in the 
^^manufacture of the oleomargarine produced thereon. 

**Section 6 should be amended by requiring that all oleomargarine 
<* intended for consumption or sale in this country should be packed as 
<< required by that section. The same section should provide that all 
<< oleomargarine intended for exportation to a foreign country should 
<*be packed in wooden or metallic tubs or other vessels, as prescribed 
**by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, with the approval of the 
*< Secretary of the Treasury. 

*' Section 16 should be amended by striking out the clause in the third 
<<and fourth lines 'without affixing stamps thereto,' thus giving the 
** Commissioner, with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, 
"authority to prescribe export stamps to be affixed to packages intended 
*<for exportation. 

**The last clause of the same section should be amended by substitut- 
<^lng for the words 'export oleomargarine' the words 'remove from the 
'^ place of manufacture oleomargarine for exportation,' so as to require 
"the package intended for export to be branded by the manufacturer 
"before or at the time of removal. 

"I think there should be a penalty denounced in section 16 for failure 
"to brand packages of oleomargarine intended for export as required in 
"that section." ^ 

In my report of last year I suggested the propriety of a reduction of 
the special taxes imposed upon wholesale dealers ($480) and retail 
dealers ($48) to $120 and $12 per year, respectively. This suggestion 
was based on the belief that the present rate of taxation is exorbitant 
compared with special taxes imposed upon other occupations, and that 
the pro})osed reduction would not result in loss of revenue. I am still 
of opinion that such reductions should be made. 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 181 



THE SUGAE BOUNTY DIVISION. 

The Commissioner of Internal Revenue has been charged with thei 
execution of the law providing for a bounty on sugar of domestic pro- 
duction at the rate of 2 cents per pound on sugar testing not less than 
90", and If cents per pound on sugar testing less than 90° but not less 
than 80O, by the polariscope. The bounty, which bet^ame available July 
1, 1891, was authorized by the tariff act approved October 1, 1890, which 
was repealed by the tariff act in force August 28, 1894. 

The sugar producers in this country may be divided into four classes 
relative to the kind of raw materials used, namely: Cane-sugar pro- 
ducers, beet-sugar producers, sorghum-sugar producers, and maple- 
sugar producers. The cane sugar, constituting the great bulk of the 
domestic sugar, is produced in the South, mainly in Louisiana; theheet 
and Borghum sugars are the products of the West, and the maple sugar 
is produced mainly in the States of Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, 
and Ohio. 

Tabulated statements, showing in detail the operations of each of 
these four classes of producers and fheir locations by States, will be 
given in the following pages. 

As required by the bounty provisions of the tariff act of 1890, above 
referred to, each sugar producer intending to claim bounty has filed, 
prior to July 1 of each year, with the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 
a notice of the place of production, with a general description of the 
machinery and methods of manufacture to be employed, and an esti- 
mate of the amount of sugar proposed to be produced up to the end ol 
the next ensuing fiscal year, including the number of maple trees to be 
tapx>ed in that period. Each notice has included an application for a 
license to produce sugar under the bounty provisions of the law, and 
has been accompanied by a bond in a penal sum equal to at least one 
half the bounty estimated to be earned at 2 cents per pound during the 
next ensuing fiscal year; the penalty in no case, however, having been 
less than $100, and always conditioned on the faithful observance ol 
the laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to bounty on sugar. Upon 
approval of the notices, applications, and bonds of the sugar producers, 
licenses have been duly issued to them by this office. 

During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, 6,349 licenses were issued 
to domestic sugar producers intending to claim bounty on their product, 
and $12,100,208.89 net, after deducting refiindments, were disbursed by 
this office in payment of approved bounty claims. During the fiscal 
years ended June 30, 1892, and June 30, 1893, $7,342,077.79 and 
19,375,130.88, respectively, were disbursed as bounty on sugar, making 
^th last year's bounty, a total disbursement of $28,817,417.56, exclusive 
of administrative expenses incurred in executing the bounty law. 

Estimating the production of maple sugar at 32,000,000 pounds per 
annum, and basing the production of cane, beet, and sorghum sugar on 
the official weights thereof, it is found that the total domestic sugar 
production during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1892, amounted to 
412,893,230 pounds. The next fiscal year it increased to 515,250,769 
pounds, and during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, it further 
increased to 689,230,790 pounds, which is 66.9 per centum over the 
sngar production in the &:st bounty year mentioned. 



182 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



As will be shown in the following statistical statements pertaining 
to the maple-sugar production covered by bounty claims, only a small 
portion of the domestic maple sugar has been produced under Grovern- 
ment supervision for the benefit of bounty. A very large number of 
maple-sugar producers in this country do not make 500 pounds of sugar 
per annum, which was the minimum annual production on which bounty 
could be allowed under the late bounty law. Many other domestic 
maple- sugar producers, who make more than 500 pounds of sugar per 
annum, have been unwilling to go to the trouble and expense of com- 
plying with the late bounty law and regulations. 

The work of weighing, sampling, polarizing, and classifying the large 
quantity of domestic sugar produced under Government supervision for 
the benefit of bounty; of preparing the prescribed returns of this sugar 
and keeping proper records thereof, and of the bounty claims based 
thereon ; of examining the bounty claims and returns of sugar producers, 
and otherwise attending to all details necessary to insure a faithful 
observance of the law, has required the services of many additional 
employes during the sugar-producing season, besides the twelve sugar 
inspectors and the additional clerical force in this office, which have 
been provided for by law. 

The number of extra deputy collectors acting as sugar weighers, and 
of clerks, messengers, and laborers employed last year on work occa- 
sioned by the sugar bounty, and the amounts paid them as compensa- 
tion and traveling expenses, were as follows, by collection districts: 



1 



Name of collection district. 



New Hampshire (embraces Vermont, Xew Hampshire, and Maine) 

Third district of Massachusetts 

Fourteenth district of New York 

Twenty-first district of New YotIc 

Twentv-eighth district of New York 

Tenth district of Ohio 

Eighteenth district of Ohio 

Fourth district of Michigan 

Twenty-third district oiFennsylvania 

Maryland (embraces Maryland and District of Columbia) 

First district of California 

Montana (embraces Montana and Utah) 

Nebraska 



Kansas 

Louisiana (embraces Louisiana and Mississippi) 

Third district of Texas 

Florida 





Total com* 


Number 


pensation 


of extra 


paid, in- 


employes. 


cluding 




expenses. 


117 


$8, 116. 60 


1 


100.00 


2 


220.84 


16 


2,764.87 


6 


1,263.29 


1 


174.50 


18 


476.50 


5 


125.00 


3 


756.51 


5 


1,107.96 


le 


4,942.21 


2 


621.74 


4 


1,198.63 


2 


453.25 


210 


71,550.30 


5 


1,573.84 


2 


697.80 



Total 



409 I 96,229.83 



To this amount should be added the following expense items : 

Miscellaneous laboratory supplies for polarization of sugar $591. 74 

Salaries and expenses of 12 sugar inspectors .^ 24, 749. 28 

Salaries of clerical force engaged on sugar bounty work in the office of 

the Commissioner of Internal Revenue 8, 570. 00 

Total administration expenses 130, 140. 85 

Note. — This total does not include the expense of stationery, printing, and bind- 
fng, nor any extra expense in the accounting offices of this Department on account 
of the sugar bounty. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 183 

CANE SUGAR. 

There were 579 licenses issued to cane-sugar producers during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, and sugar was produced under 533 of 
these licenses. Of this latter number 508 were issued for the collection 
district of Louisiana, embracing the States of Mississippi and Louisi- 
ana, with only 1 license for Mississippi; 13 were issued for the third col- 
lection district of Texas and 12 for the collection district of Florida. 

The total quantity of cane sugar produced during the said fiscal year, 
so far as the same was officially weighed, amounted to 611,156,922 
IK)ands, of which 597,969,745 pounds were produced in the collection 
district of Louisiana, 11,882,852 pounds in the third collection district 
of Texas, and 1,304,325 pounds in the collection district of Florida. The 
increase in the production of cane sugar during the last fiscal year over 
the fiscal year ended June 30, 1893, amounted to 156,015,541 pounds, 
being equal t6 34.3 per centum, but the number of licenses issued to cane- 
sugar producers decreased from 650 to 579, and the number of actual 
cane-sugar producers from 551 to 495. 

The decrease in the number of cane-sugar producers, notwithstand- 
ing the large increase in their production, is due to the fact that a num- 
ber of primitive open-kettle sugar factories are being discontinued from 
year to year in the collection district of Louisiana, where the sugar pro- 
duction is gradually being concentrated in the hands of the sugar pro- 
ducers possessing the most modern and improved machinery for the 
manufacture of sugar. Many persons who formerly made open-kettle 
sugar are now selling'their sugar cane, or the sirup produced therefrom, 
to the sugar producers who possess large factories containing vacuum 
pans and centrifugals with other modern machinery. 

In the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, the area of land devoted to the 
culture of sugar cane in the United States was reported to be 289,940 
acres, of which 281,667 acres were cultivated in the collection district 
of Louisiana, 7,060 acres in the third collection district of Texas, and 
1,213 acres in the collection district of Florida. These figures show an 
increase in area of 60,288 acres over the area reported for the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1893. It should be observed, however, that this statis- 
tical information is not exactly accurate, owing to the great difficulty in 
obtaining complete and exact reports, especially of the cane and sirup 
purchased by the licensed sugar producers. Persons who sell cane are 
generally small planters, who have no' exact measurements of their cane 
lands, but base their reports of area given to the purchaser, and by him 
to this office, on estimates made from the weight of the cane or the quan- 
tity of the sirup produced therefrom. Even some of the licensed sugar 
producers have no measurements of their cane lands and no scales for 
weighing their cane. In making their reports to this office they therefore 
have to estimate the acreage and the weight of their cane, the latter 
being usually based on the number of cane loads hauled to their sugar 
factories. The figures given in this report are the most accurate obtain- 
able, and are certainly within a narrow margin of the actual facts in the 
case. 

The sugar cane actually ground and used in the production of sugar 
is considerably less in area and weight than the total cane cultivated, 
as shown by the following statements. This is accounted for by the 
fact that a large quantity of cane is annually reserved for seed and 
another considerable portion of cane is destroyed by inundation, early 
frosts, or other mishaps. The sugar cane reserved for seed during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, embraced 36,112 acres, according to 
tejwrte received. 



184 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

The following statistical statements give the data in detail pertain- 
ing to the domestic cane-sugar industry and the bounty paid on domes- 
tic cane sugar during the fiscal year ended June 30^ 1894. 

DISTRICT OP LOUISIANA. 

Machinery Employbd for Grinding Cane by the Licensed Cake Sugar Pro- 
ducers IN THE Collection District of Louisiana during the Fiscal Year 
ended June 30, 1894. 

Licenses issned to sugar producers operating diffusion batteries either with or 
without caue mills 7 

Licenses issued to sugar producers operating caue mills containiug from 4 to 14 
rollers and propelled by steam power 477 

Licenses issued to sugar producers operating cane mills containing 3 rollers and 
propelled by horse power 1 15 

Total 499 

Licenses issued to sugar producers having no machinery of their own for extract- 
ing cane juice, but using cane miUs belonging to others or purchasing sirup 
only 9 



Total licenses under which sugar was produced 508 

Licenses under which no sugar was produced 44 

Total issued 552 

Note. — Some of the cane mills are owned jointly by two or more sugar producers. 

Machinery Employed for Granulation of Sirup by the Licensed Cane 
Sugar Producers in the Collection District of Louisiana during the 
Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. 

Licenses issued to sugar producers operating factories containing vacuum pans 
and centrifugals 224 

Licenses issued to sugar producers using vacuum pans and centrifugals at facto- 
ries operated by others 63 

Licenses issued to sugar producers operating open-kettle factories 141 

Licenses issued to sugar producers operating open steam-train factories 66 

Licenses issued to sugar producers operating factories containing open steam- 
trains and centrifugals 4 

Licenses issued to sugar producers converting their cane into sirup and also 
granulating the same at open- kettle factories operated by others 8 

Licenses issued to snsar producers using vacuum pans and centrifugals at facto- 
ries operated by otherS; for a part of the sirup, the remainder being granulated 
by the open-kettle process at home — 3 

Total licenses under which sugar was produced 508 

Licenses under which no sugar was produced 44 

Total licenses issued 552 

Uote. — It should be observed that the above 508 licenses under which sugar was 
produced represent only 470 individuals, firms, and corporations. The difference of 
38 is caused by the fact that 25 of the licensed sugar producers own two or more 
sugar factories, each of which is represented by a separate license. 

The following is a summary statement of the operp-tions of the licensed 
cane-sugar producers in the collection district of Louisiana,* and of the 
amount of bounty paid these producers during the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1894: 

I. Cane Grou^jd. • 

Cane cultivated and ground : 

Acres 146,176.3 

Tons 3,018,484.3 

"* The collection district of Louisiana embraces the States of Mississippi and Louisi- 
ana; but only one sugar producer who received $114.76 in bounty is a resident of 
the State of Mississippi. 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 185 

I. Canb Ground — Continued. 

Cane purchased and ground : 

Acres „ 57,270.9 

Tons 1,078,731.9 

II. Sirup Purchased and Granulated. 

Gallons 1,233,860 

Cane involved : 

Acres 1,749.5 

Tons 38,290.2 

III. Total Cane Utilized for Sugar Manufacture. 

Acres used 205, 196. 7 

Tons used 4,135,506.4 

IV. Sugar Produced. 

Centrifugal sugar testing not less than 90° pounds 1 . 478, 141, 594 

Open-kettle sugar testing not less than 90*^ do 20, 876, 345 

Centrifugal sugar testing less than 90°, hut not less than 80° do 47, 594, 589 

Open-kettle sugar testing less than 90°, hut not less than 80° do 50, 757, 788 

Centrifugal sugar testing less than 80° do 360,049 

Open-kettle sugar testing less than 80° do 239, 425 

Total quantity of sugar officially weighed and classified., .do 597, 966, 745 

Packages, hogsheads, harrels, and hags involved 1, 618, 699 

V. Average Yield. 

Sagarper acre of cane used , pounds.. 2,914.1 

Sugar per ton of cane used do 144.5 

Cane per acre tons.. 20.1 

VI. Molasses Produced. 

At factories containing vacuum pans and centrifugals gallons . . 13, 876, 646 

Open-kettle factories do 4,776,339 

Total '. do.... 18,652,985 

VII. Employes and Period of Operation at Sugar Factories. 

Total employ ^,s.. numher.. 20,993 

Average period of operation days.. 45 

VIII. Material in Process of Manufacture. 

Sugar estimated to he extracted from material on hand June 30, 
1894 pounds.. 5,093,692 

IX. Bounty Paid. 

On last year's product $10,785,782.33 

On the product from the fiscal year ended June 30, 1893 84, 799. 88 

Total 10,870,582.21 

l^efunded on account of errors against the Government discovered in 
the official weights of the sugar 1, 261. 61 

Net hounty paid 10,869,320.60 

^•aima involved 3,185 

Note. — It was found that some of the official weighers in the collection district 
®f Louisiana returned excessive weights of the sugar weighed hy them. In such 
c^8 the commercial weights upon which the sugar was sold were adopted hy this 
otnce, whenever ohtainahle, as a guide in the correction of the erroneous weights 
'^turned. Wheu bounty claims had been allowed prior to the discovery of discrep- 
ancies in the weights of the sugar, producers were requested to refund the amounts 
^^^rpaid. These refundments to June 30, 1894, amounted to $1,261.61; and since 
^t date- the sum of $1,212.54 has been refunded. 



186 ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 

THIRD COLLECTION DISTRICT OP TEXAS. 

Tbe following is a summary statement of the operations of the licensed 
cane sugar producers in the Third collection district of Texas, and of 
the amount of bounty paid these producers during the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1894 : 

I. Sugar Producers Licensed and their Method of Manufacture. 

Number who made their sugar at 'open kettle or open steam train fac- 
tories 8 

Number who made their sugar at factories containing vacuum pans and 
centrifugals /: 5 

Total licensed sugar producers 13 

II. Cane Ground. 

Cane cultivated and ground : 

Acres 5,392 

Tons 71,167 

Cane purchased and ground: 

Acres 296 

Tons 3,922 

Sirup purchased None. 

Totad cane gronind : 

Acres 5,688 

Tons 75,089 

III. Machinery Employed for Grinding. 

Producers operating diffusion batteries either with or without cane mills 3 
Producers operating cane mills containing from 3 to 6 rollers and pro- 
pelled by steam power 10 

IV. Sugar Produced. 

Centrifugal sugar testing not less than 90^ pounds . . 9, 491, 068 

Open-kettle sugar testing not less than 90° do 494, 468 

Centrifugal sugar testing less than 9(P but not less than 80^ do 545, 510 

Open-kettle sugar testing less thau 90° but not less than 80° do 1, 351, 806 

Sugar testing less than 80° None. 

Total officially weighed and classified pounds . . 11, 882, 852 

Packages (hogsheads, barrels, and bags ) involved 38, 533 

V. Average Yield. 

Sugar per acre of cane used pounds.. 2,089.1 

Sugar per ton of cane used do 158. 3 

Cane per acre tons. . . 13. 2 

VI. Molasses Produced. 

At factories containing vacuum pans and centrifugals gallons. . 139, 000 

Open-kettle factories do 97, 600 

Total do.... 236,600 

VII. EmployIcs and Period of Operation at Sugar Factories. 

Total employes number.. 714 

Avera^^e period of operation days. . 40 

VIII. Material in Process of Manufacture. 

Sugar estimated to be extracted from material on hand June 30, 
1894 pounds.. 54,000 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 187 

IX. Bounty Paid. 

On last year's product $219,563.73 

Ou product from fiscal year ended June 30, 1893 3,602.19 

Total 223,165.92 

Claims involved * 51 

DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. 

The following is a summary statement of the operations of the licensed 
cane sugar producers in the collection district of Florida during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1894: 

I. Sugar Producers Licensed and their Method of Manufacture. 

Number who msde their sugar at open kettle or open steam train factories 11 
Number who made their sugar at factories containing vacuum pans and 

centrifugals , 1 

Number who made no sugar, but possessed open kettle factories 2 

Total licensed sugar producers - . 14 

II. Cank Ground. 

Cane cultivated and,ground : 

Acres 509.7 

Tons 9,765 

Cane purchased and ground : 

Acres 40 

Tons 792.5 

Sirup purchased None. 

Totfld cane ground : 

Acres ^ 549.7 

Tons : 10,557.5 

III. Machinery Employed for Grinding Cane. 

Producers operating cane miUs containing 5 rollers each and propelled 
by steam power 1 

Producers operating cane mills containing from 2 to 3 rollers and pro- 
pelled by horse power 11 

IV. Sugar Produced. 

Centrifugal sugar testing not less than 90^ pounds . . 1, 012, 876 

Open kettle sugar testing not less than 90^ do 8^647 

Centrifugal sugar testing less than 90^, but not less than.80^ . do 263, 782 

Ox>en kettle sugar testing Ichs than 90^, but not less than.SO^ do 19, 020 

Sugar testing less than §0° None. 

Total quantity of sugar officially weighed and classified. pounds. . 1, 304^ 325 
Number of packages involved barrels.. 3,950 

V. Average Yield. 

Sugar per acre of cane used pounds.. 2,372.8 

Sugar per ton of cane used do 123. 5 

Average yield of cane per acre tons.. 19.2 



• 



VI. Molasses Produced. 

At fact>ories containing vacuum pans and centrifugals gallons. . 61, 064 

At open kettle factories do 2,434 

Total do.... 63,498 

VII. Employes and Period of Operatio.n at Sugar Factories. 

Total employes. liTxmViet . . '\% 

Average period of operation dL«^%.. '^ 



188 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



VIII. Bounty Paid. 

On last year's product $22, 113. 37 

On product from fiscal year ended June 30, 1893 None. 

Total $22,113.37 

Claims involved : 10 

BEET SUGAR. 

Seven beet-sugax producers were licensed by the Government to 
manufacture sugar during tlie fiscal year ended June 30, 1894. 

There was an increase of one producer and of 18,108,008 pounds in 
the production of sugar, which is equal to G6% per cent + over the beet- 
sugar production during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1893, amounting 
to 27,083,288 pounds, against 45,191,296 pounds during the last fiscsS 
year. 

As to the method of manufaeturing beet sugar, it can be stated that 
all the beet-sugar producers in the United States use the most modern 
machinery, consisting of diffusion batteries for extracting the juice 
from the beets," vacuum evaporators for making sirup, and vacuum pan 
and centrifugal factories for granulating the beet sirup. 

The data pertaining to the operations of* the beet-sugar factories, as 
well as bounty payments on beet sugar, during the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1894, are presented in the following tabulated statements: 

Quantity and Class of Beet Sugar Produced and the Amount of Bounty 
Paid Thereon to the Licensed Sugar Producers during the Fiscal Year 
ENDED June 30, 1894. 



» 


Sugar produced. 




Names and locations of sugar producers. 


Testing 

less than 

80°. 


Testing 

less than 

90° but not 

less than 

80°. 


Testing 
not less 
than 90O. 


Bounty 
paid. 


California: 

Chine Vallev Beet Sncar Co 


Pounds. 
23, 490 


Pounds. 
15,039,867 


Pounds. 


$263, 197. 66 


Alameda Suirar Co 


4, 486, 572 
13, 536, 286 


a86,797,28 


Western Beet Sugar Co 




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

2,002,754 


305. 773. 90 








Total California 


23,490 17. 0i2.fi21 


18, 022, 858 


655, 768. 84 






' 




XJtrflh: 

The Utah Susar Co 






4, 108, 500 


577,542.00 










Nebraska : 

Oxnard Beet Sucar Co 






1, 835, 900 
4, 107, 300 


36, 718. 00 


Norfolk Beet Sugar Co 






82, 146. 00' 










Total, Nebraska 






5,943,200 


118, 864. 00 










Virginia : 

0. K. Lapham & Co 




19,091 


31,536 


(e) 








Grand total L 


23,490 


17, 061, 712 


28, 106, 094 


852. 174. 84 







a Balance due July 1, 1894 $2,934.16 

b Balance due July 1, 1894 4,628.00 

c Amount allowed Aug. 4, 1894 494.83 

Total 8,056.99 

Amount paid 852, 174. 84 

Total bounty on beet-sugar crop of 1893-'94. . . 860, 231. 83 

cThe amount of bounty claimed by O. K. Lapham & Co. was reduced $469.98, covering 23,499 pounds 
of sugar testing not less than 90*^ which was granulated from sirup produced without license and 
GK>vernment supervision. 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



189 



Quantity of Bbets Used and Sugar Produced by the Licensed Beet-Sugar 
Producers During the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894, and also the 
Average Yield of Sugar per Acre and per Ton of Beets Used. 





Beets used.* 


Sugar pro- 
duced. f 


Yield of sugar. 


Names and locationn of sugar producers. 


Per acre of 
beets. 


Per ton 
of beets. 


California: 

Chino Vallev Beet Snear Co 


Acres. 
4,171 
1,803 
6,388 


Tons. 

49. 353. 8 

20. 324. 9 
65. 291. 6 


Pounds. 
15, 063, 357 

4. 486, 572 
15, 539, 040 


Pounds. 
3,611.4 
2,488.4 
2,432.5 


Pounds. 
305.2 


Alameda Susrar Co 


220 7 


W estem fieet Suirar Co 


238 






Total and average yield in California. . 


12, 362 


134, 970. 3 


35, 088, 969 


2, 838. 5 260 


Utah: 

The Utah Suear Co 


2,755 


26, 801 


4, 108, 500 


1,491.3 


153.3 






Nebraska: 

Oxnard Beet Su&rar Co 


1,671 
2,807 


11, 149 
22, 625. 5 


1, 835, 900 
4, 107, 300 


1, 098. 7 
1,463.2 


164.7 


Norfolk Beet Suirar Co 


181.5 






Total and average yield in Nebraska. . 


4,478 


33, 774. 5 


5, 943, 200 


1, 327. 2 1 176 


Virginia: 

0. £. Lanham & Co. 


50 


350 


50,627 


1,012.5 


144.6 






Grand total and average yield 


19,645 


195,895.8 


45,191,296 


2, 300. 4 230. 7 



*0f the beets used 22,051.1 tons, embracing an area of 2,878 acres, were cultivated by the licensed 
Augar producers themselves, whue 173,844.7 tons, covering an area of 16,767 acres, were purchased by 
tile suga producers from contractors and neighboring farmers. 

t A small Quantity of the su^ar produced was extracted from molasses carried over from the prior 
fiscal year, but as this addjitionat production is about offset by sugar-producing material on nand 
June 30, 1894, it will not affect the correctness of the above computations. 

Periods of Operation and the Average Number of Employes in such 
Periods at the Sugar Factories of the Licensed Beet-Sugar Producers 
during the Fiscal Year ended Junk 30, 1894. 



Names and locations of sugar producers. 



C?«lifomia: 

Chino Valley BeetSngar Co. 

Alameda Sugar Co ^ 

— _ 'Western Beet-Sugar Co 

--^ The Utah Sugar Co 

-*^ ebraska : 

Oxnard Beet-Sugar Co 

-tr^ Korf oik Beet- Sugar Co 

^ifginia: 

O. K. Lapham & Co 



Total 



^verage number of days in operation and of em- 
ploy68 at each factory 



Periods of operation at factories.'' 



Date of 
opening. 



Julv 31, 1893 
Sept. 18, 1893 
Sept. 14, 1893 

Sept. 19, 1893 

Oct. 11,1893 
Aug. 29, 1893 

Aug. 22, 1893 



Date of final 
closing. 



Nov. 

Dec. 

•Jan. 



4,1893 
19,1898 
14, 1894 



May 24, 1894 



Nov. 
Jan. 



28, 1892 
12, 1894 



May 1,1894 



Actual 
number 
of days 
in oper- 
ation. 



613 



87.6 



Average , 
number 
of em- 
ployes. 







97 


149 


93 


93 


123 


190 


102 


113 


49 


184 


122 


206 


27 


60 



995 



142.1 



. -blithe beet-sugar factories were operated at intervals both night and day during tli« periods 
T^^^^d, and the average number of employes given includes both night and day shilts of persons 
'"^ployed. 



19() ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 

QUAin-iTY OF Granulated Sugar Estimated to be Produced from Massx 
CuiTE, Yellow Sugar, and Molasses on Hand at the Factories of the 
Licensed Beet-Sugar Producers June 30, 1894. 



Name, and locations of sagar prodaoers. 



California: 

Chino Valley Beet-Sagar Co. 

Alameda Sugar Co 

Western Beet-Sagar Co 

Utah: 

The Utah Sugar Co 

Nebraska : 

Oxnard Beet-Sagar Co 

Norfolk Beet-Sagar Co 

Yircinia: 

O. K. Lapham & Co 

Total 



Estimated 
production. 



Pounds. 

948,033 

1, 108, 307 

149,943 

108,500 

557, 031 
85,245 

None. 



2, 957, U9 



SORGHUM SUGAR. 

The Medicine Lodge Sugar Company, Medicine Lodge, Kans., and the 
Parkinson Sugar Company, Fort Scott, Kans., were the only sorghum- 
sugar producers licensed during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894. 
These producers are possessed of the most modem machinery for mak- 
ing sugar, consisting of diffusion batteries for extracting the juice from 
the sorghum, vacuum evaporators for boiling the juice into sirup, and 
vacuum pans and centrifugal machinery for granulating the sirup. 

Kansas is the only State in the Union which is engaged in the pro- 
duction of sugar from sorghum. 

The rcDorted production of sorghum sugar in Kansas in the fiscal 
year ended June 3i>, 1892, was 1,136,086 pounds; in the next fiscal year 
it amounted to 1,026,100 pounds, and in the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1894, 882,572 pounds were produced. 

In addition to the above production, 950 pounds of sugar were made 
in the State of Minnesota, from sorghum planted for an experiment, in 
the fiscal year ended June 30, 1893. 

The following is a summary statement of the operations of the licensed 
sorghum-sugar producers and of the amount of bounty paid these pro- 
ducers during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894: 

I, Sorghum Cane Ground. 

Cane cultivated and ground None. 

Cane purchased and ground: 

Acres 146,176.3 

Tons 3,018,484.3 

II. Sirup Purchased and Granulated. 

Gallons ' 1,233,860 

Cane involved : 

Acres 1, 749. 5 

Tons 38,290.2 

• III. Total Sorghum Cane Utilized for Sugar Manufacture. 

Acres used 147,925.8 

Tons used 3,056,774.5 

IV. Sugar Produced. 

Testing not less than 90-^ pounds.. 737, 100 

Testing less than 90S but not less than 80^ do.... 139,872 

Testing less than S(P do 5, 600 

Total dflacially weighed and classified do 882,572 

PacJta^es involved --.- v bags.. 4,648 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 191 

V. Average Yield. 

Sugar per acre of sorshtim cane used pounds. . 437. 8 

Sugar per ton of sorghum cane used do 82. 6 

Cine per acre tons. . 5. 3 

VI. Molasses Produced. 
GslkBS 130,432 

VII. EMPLOYlfeS AND PERIOD OF OPERATION AT SUGAR FACTORIES. 

Total employes number.. 127 

Average period of operation days. . 44 

VIII. Bounty Paid. 

Onlast year's product $17,060.26 

On product i^m fiscal year ended June 30, 1893 252. 00 

Total 17,312.26 

MAPLE SUGAR. 

As a large number of maple-sugar producers in this country have 
taken out no licenses, and have produced no sugar under Government 
supervision for the bounty during the existence of the late bounty law, 
this office can not furnish complete data of the domestic maple-sugar 
production. 

The maple sugar produced during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1892, 
by licensed maple-sugar producers who submitted reports, amounted to 
3,981,953 pounds. During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1893, the 
domestic maple-sugar production reported by the licensed producers 
aggregated 7,665,116 pounds. 

Complete reports of the maple sugar produced under the bounty reg- 
ulations during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894, have not yet been 
received, and no bounty has beenpaid on this product. It is learned, 
however, from the internal- revenue collectors' annual reports of the 
operations and bounty claims of the licensed maple-sugar producers, 
that 7,633,036 pounds of maple sugar were produced during the last 
fiscal year under Government supervision. 

As to the weighing, sampling, and polarization of the maple sugar, it 
may be stated that the sugar was weighed and sampled by deputy col- 
lectors, who either called for this purpose at the sugar factories of the 
producers, or were located at convenient central stations in the maple- 
sugar districts where the licensed producers would bring their sugar to 
be weighed and sampled. 

The sugar samples from the New England States were sent for polar- 
ization to the Government laboratory established at Moutpelier, Vt., 
while the samples from the rest of the maple-sugar producing States 
were sent to the laboratory of this office for polarization, except during 
the first bounty year ended June 30, 1892, when a laboratory was also 
maintaiued at Syracuse, N. Y., where the sainj)les of maple sugar pro- 
duced in the State of New York were polarized. 

The maple sugar is manufactured by the primitive open-kettle proc- 
ess, and is usually molded into solids of the size and shape of bricks. 
In this form the maple sugar generally appears in the market and 
demands a price from 100 to 200 per centum over the price of other 
sugar. 



192 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



The bounties paid on maple sugar during the existence of the bounty 
law have been as follows: 

In fiscal year ended June 30 — 

1892 $2,465.74 

1893 60,119.32 

1894 116,121.90 

From July 1 to August 27, 1894 354.94 

Total 179,061.90 

The following statistical statements give- in detail the data pertaining 
to the operations of the licensed maple-sugar producers during the last 
two fiscal years, as well as the bounty payments on maple sugar during 
the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894. 

Statement Showing by Collection Districts and by States the Number of 
Licenses Issued, the Number of Maple Trees Tapped, and the Quantity 
OP Sugar and Sirup Produced during the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1893, 
by Licensed Maple-Sugar Producers Claiming Bounty on Their Product. 

[Where data are the same for States and districts of the same name no distinction is made.] 



Collection districts and States. 


Licenses 
issued. 


Maple trees 
tapped. 


Produced hy bounty 
claimants. 




Sugar. 


Sirup. 


District of New Hampshire, inclading the States of— 
la) Mainfl- , r r t ..,...., r . . . . . 


1 

164 

3,730 


3,535 

95,430 

2, 320, 761 


Poundi. 
4,348 
174,544 
4, 660, 720 


OaUom, 
92 


ib) New Hamnshire 


3,314 


(c) Vermont 


61,406 






Total New Hampshire district 


3,895 


2,419,726 


4, 8.39. 612 


64,812 






Third district of Massachusetts 


40 


26,247 


54,589 


800 






Fourteenth district of New York 


77 
877 
226 


52,979 

525,544 

84,076 


122, 833 

1,258,358 

205,292 


1,860 


Twentv-firHt district of New York 


14, 741 


Twenty-eiehth district of New York 


3,839 






Total New York 


1,180 


662,599 


1,586,483 


20,449 






Twelfth district of Pennsylvania 


23 
274 


6.619 
140, 820 


14,922 
439,338 


101 


Twenty-third district of Pennsylvania 


4,558 






Total Pennsylvania • 


297 


147, 439 


454,260 


4,650 






District of "Maryland . . . . r r 


88 


57,631 


150, 915 


293 






District of West Yirsrinia 


11 


3,453 


9,017 


2 






Tenth district of Ohio 


52 

3 

388 


43,425 

1,840 

181, 071 


123, 392 

3,239 

298, 659 


5,460 


Eleventh district of Ohio 


90 


Eighteenth district of Ohio 


12, 318 






Total Ohio 


443 


226,336 


425,290 


17,877 






First district of Michiiran 


19 

107 


2,930 
43,897 


6,988 
112,790 


186 


Fourth district of Michigan 


1,847 






Total Michigan , 


126 


46.827 


119, 778 


2,033 






District of Minnesota 


11 


10,950 


15, 172 


317 






Eiehth district of niinois 


2 


n 


(*) 






•••*•••••■ 


Third district of Iowa 


1 


(*) 


(*) 








Grand tot*! , 


t6,094' 


3, 001, 208 


7, 056, 116 


111, 242 







*No reports made. 

tOf the above 6,T)94 licenses issued no reports were received trova the producers under 1,018 licenses 



COMMISSIONEE OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



193 



Statement showing by Collection Districts and by States the Quantity 
AND Class of Maple Sugar Officially Weighed and Classified during 
THE Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1893, for Licensed Maple-Sugar Producers 
Claiming Bounty, together with the Amount op Bounty Paid on this 
Product during the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. • 

[Where data are the same for States and distriots of the same name no distinction is made.] 



Collection districts and States. 


Testing 

less than 

80°. 


Testing 
less than 
90°, but 
not less 
than 80°. 


Testing 
not less 
than 90°. 


Bounty 
paid. 


District of New Hampshire, including the States of— 
(a) Maine 


Pounds. 

1,051 

26, 917 

547, 380 


Founds. 
3,297 
142,410 
3, 843, 519 


Pounds. 


$57.70 

2, 48a 13 

68,267.80 


(b) New Hamnshire 


1,651 
' 84,890 


i&i Vermont ...............i. ....... ......... 




Total New Hampshire district 


575, 348 


3, 989, 226 


86, 541 


70,805.63 




Third district of Massachusetts 


1,651 


50, 319 




865.94 








Fourteenth district of New York 


5,907 

90,901 

9,069 


108,421 

1, 105, 133 

182, 524 


5,421 

46, 030 

4,288 


1.997.19 


Twentv-first district of New York 


20. 124. 19 
3, 279. 68 


Twentv-eichth district of New York 




Total New York 


105, 877 


1, 396, 078 


55, 739 


25,401.06 




Twelfth district of Pennsylvania. 


2,464 
5,141 


12, 458 
254, 993 




217 99 


Twentv-third district of Pennsvlvania 


171, 377 


7, 872. 40 




Total Pennsylvania - 


7,605 


267, 451 


171,377 


8, 090. 39 




District of Maryland 


1,191 


54, 919 


93, 833 


2,763.39 




District of West Virffinia 




7,938 


868 


150. 26 








Tenth district of Ohio 


11,035 


107, 278 

3,125 

235, 662 


2,960 


1,936.50 
54.68 


Eleventh district of Ohio 


Eisrhteenth district of Ohio 


48,011 


12, 313 


4, 162. 76 




Total Ohio 


59, 046 


346,065 


15, 273 


6,153.94 




First district of Michitran .• 




6,566 
92, 164 




114.80 




18, 839 




1. 553. 79 








Total Michiean 


18,839 


98, 730 




1, 668. 65 






Difttrict of Minnesota r -, .r,-. 


2,476 


12, 380 




216 64 








Grand total 


772, 033 


6, 223, 106 


423, 631 


116,121.90 





NOTB 1.— Four hundred and thirty-six bounty claims, covering 51,147 pounds of second-class sugar, 
were disallowed, mainly because the claimantH had not produced 500 pounds as required by the Tate 
bounty law. 

Note 2.— The total quantity of maple sugar oflBcially weighed and classiiied amounted to 7,418,770 
pounds, which is 236,346 pounds less than the total quantity of maple sugar reported as produced. 
This discrepancy is causeci by errors in the weights reported by the producers and by not presenting 
aU. the sugar produced for olhcial weighing. 



H. Ex. 4- 



13 



194 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Statkment showing ^y Collection Districts the Number of Maple Trees 
Tapped and the Products and Bounty Claims made by the Licensed 
MAPLii Sugar Producers during the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894, in 
so FAR AS Reports have been Received. 

[This statement is incomplete and subject to revision for some districts.] 



Collection districts. 


Pro- 
ducers 
licensed. 


Pro- 
ducers 
report- 
ing. 


Maple 

trees 

tapped. 


Sugar pro- 
duced. 


Sirup 
pro- 
duced. 


Bountv 
claimed. 


District of New Hampshire 

Third district of Massachusetts. . 
Fourteenth district of New York. 
Twenty-first district of New York . 
Twenty-eighth district of New 
York 


3, 513 

eo 

90 
1,041 

208 
26 

317 

85 

16 

40 

265 

5 

85 

1 

9 


3,166 

40 

79 

879 

168 
19 

262 
78 
12 
35 

174 

3 

67 


2,345,321 

28, 235 

53, 113 

544,779 

66,2lV 
9,949 

128.394 

58,325 

4,175 

31,525 

111, 360 

1,580 

31.935 


Pound*. 

5,223,010 

48,996 

107, 161 

1,329,859 

141,560 
18,325 

309,161 

143, 160 

12,000 

50,222 

165,065 

2,076 

71,388 


OaUont. 

58,831 

657 

1,664 

12,604 

2,472 
212 

3,717 
1,605 


$81,975.60 

833.98 

1,796.24 

22, 035. 14 

2. 338. 61 


Twelfth district of Pennsylvania. 
Twenty-third district of Pennsyl- 
vania ........................... 


268.07 

5,552.23 

2, 720. 97 

219. 01 


District of Marvland ............. 


District of West Virginia 

Tenth district of Ohio 


3,001 

6;710 

80 

1,299 


743 62 


Eighteenth district of Ohio , 

First district of Michigan 

Fourth district of Michigan 

First district of Wisconsin 


2,365.40 
None. 
815.97 


District of Minnesota 


8 


9,450 


11,053 




159. 37 








TotnJ 


5,761 

1 


4,990 


3,424,358 


7,633,036 


91, 852 


122.724 21 







RECAPITULATION. 

Licenses Issued, the Quantity of Cane, Beet, Sorghum, and Maple Sugar 
Officially Keturned, and the Amount of Bounty and Number of Claims 
Paid on these Four Kinds of Sugar during the Fiscal Year ended 
June 30, 1894. 



Kind of sugar. 



Cane sugar 

£eet sugar 

Sorghum sugar 
Maple sugar... 

Total 



Licenses 
issued. 



579 

7 

2 

5,761 



6,349 



Sugar 
offlciallv 
returned. 



Pounds. 

611,156,922 

45, 191, 296 

882,572 

7,633,036 



664,863,826 



Net bounty 
paid. 



$11,114,599.80 

852,174.84 

17,912.26 

. 116,12L90 



12,100,208.89 



Claims in- 
volved; 



3,246 
62 
10 

4,628 



7,046 



Net Amount of Bounty Paid, by Fiscal Years, on Each Kind of Sugar dujeong 

THE Existence of the Bounty Law. 



Kind of sugar on 
which bounty 


Net bounty paid in fiscal year ended June 30— 


Net bounty 

paid from July 

1 to Aug. 27, 

1894. 


Total bonnty 
paid. 


was paid. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


Cane susar 


$7,077,316.21 

240, 098. 56 

22, 197. 28 

2, 465. 74 


$8, 763, 830. 75 

531,363.81 

19, 817. 00 

60, 119. 32 


$11,114,599.89 

852, 174. 84 

17, 312. 26 

116,121.90 


$957,644.41 

8,056.99 

129. 50 

354.94 


$27. 913, 391. 26 


!Beet susrar 


1. 631. 694. 20 


Sorghum sugar 

Maple sugar 


59,456.04 
179,061.90 


Grand total . . 


7, 342, 077. 79 


9, 375, 130. 88 


12, 100, 208. 89 


966,185.84 


29,783,603.40 



The extra administrative expenses in executing the bounty law have 
been as follows : 

In fiscal year ended June 30 — 

1892 $147,831.61 

1893 138,586.37 

1894.. 130,147.79 

In period from July 1 to Aug. 27, 1894 6,178.65 

Total extra administrative expenses ; 422,744.32 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 195 

SUPPLEMENTAL STATEMENT. 

Amount of Sugars Produced during the Existence of the Bounty Law 

UPON WHICH Bounty was Not Paid. 

Of&cial returns and bounty claims on hand show that the following 
amounts of bounty on sugars produced during the existence of the 
bounty law were unpaid at the time of the repeal of this law, on August 
28, 1894, viz : 

On maple sugar $122, 724. 21 

On beet sugar 86,782.47 

On cane sugar 31,232.43 

On sorghum sugar 436.00 

Total ^ 241,175.11 

Of the sugars covered by this amount the following were produced 
from July 1 to August 27, 1894, viz: 

Foandd. 

Beet sugar testing not less than 90° 3,961,267 

Beet sugar testing less than 90°, but not less than 80° 431, 836 

Cane sugar testing not less than 90° 46, 604 

Cane sugar testing less than 90°, but not less than 80° 310, 372 

Sorghum sugar testing not less than 90° 21, 800 

Total - 4,771,879 



196 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



DIVISION OF CHEMISTE7. 

The number of outside laboratories was diminished by three during 
the past fiscal year, samples heretofore tested at St. Cloud, Fla., and 
Austin, Tex., being sent to the Few Orleans laboratory, and those from 
Norfolk, Kebr., being tested at Fort Sc^tt, Kans. 

As the testing of sugar for bounty purposes ceased with the passage 
of the recent tariff act (August 28, 1894), all laboratories used solely 
for sugar work have been discontinued, resulting in the closing of all 
the outside laboratories, except the one located at San Francisco, Cal., 
which is chiefly occupied in the testing of fortified sweet wines. 

SUGAR WORK. 

The following table shows the number of samples of sugar tested 
and the number of tests made in the different laboratories: 



Lehi.Utah 

Fort Scott, Kan 

Montpelier, Vt 

Sm f^ancisco, Cal 

New Orleans, La 

Washington, D. C 

Total 

Increase over last fiscal year. 



4 • 



Samples 
tested. 


Tests 
made. 


83 




37 
8, 067 
1,149 


64 
11,784 


10, 461 
6,093 


14,161 
10,143 


25, 890 
1,552 


36, 118 







In the San Francisco laboratory there were analyzed, in addition to 
the sugar samples — 

Fortified sweet wines 924 

Butter 229 

Sirup 57 

Brandy 6 

Total.... 1,216 

aENEBAL WORK AT CENTRAL LABOEATORY. 

The following table shows the character and number of samples 
examined in the work of the laboratory at Washington, exclusive of 
sugar samples : 

Oleomargarine 60 

Butter 34 

Malt liquors 16 

Distilled liquors 8 

Stamp paper 3 

Molasses 7 

Milk 15 

Ink 14 

Mucilage 9 

Typewriter ribbons 15 

Carbon paper 9 

Hardblack for engraving ink * 20 

Linseed oil 11 

Miscellaneous 12 

Total 233 

Increase over last Abc&I year 63 



COMMISSIQNER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 197 

The number of samples of material suspected of being oleomargarine 
and submitted to this office for decision was greater during the past 
fiscal year than in any previous year since the passage of the act, 
except the first year of its enforcement. 

Expert testimony in regard to samples was rendered in court in 12 
cases during the year. 

ADULTERATION OF FOOD AND DRUGS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

The act of October 12, 1888, '*to prevent the manufacture or sale of 
adulterated food or drugs in the District of Columbia '^ imposes upon 
this office the duty of analyzing all samples submitted for decision as 
to their character. Ifo provision has been made, since the first year of 
its passage, for increasing the force or equipment of this division, in 
connection with the execution of the law, and heretofore no such 
increase has been necessary, as no effort has been made to enforce it, 
consequently few samples have been presented. In consequence of a 
more active supervision of the milk supply in Washington by the local 
liealth authorities, however, a number of samples of milk were pre- 
sented to this office during August and September, 1893, for decisions 
as to their adulteration under the provisions of this law. As the time 
xequired for the analysis of these samples and for the rendering of 
expert testimony thereon in court threatened to interfere seriously with 
the regular work of the division, revised regulations were issued (series 
7, No. 15, revised) providing for the analysis of all such samples by 
the chemist of the health office of the District of Columbia, under the 
control and supervision of this office. 

Eeports were accordingly received from this officer from September, 
1893, up to the close of the fiscal year, of the analysis of 17 samples — 
15 of milk, 1 of butter, and 1 of granulated sugar — all of which were 
decided to be adulterated and so certified to the district attorney for 
the District of Columbia. I would suggest, in this connection, that 
Congress be asked to either provide the facilities necessary for the 
analysis of all samples in the laboratory of this office, or to so amend 
the law as to relieve me entirely from any connection with its execution. 
I have the honor to be, very respectfully, 

Jos. S. MiLLEB, 

Oommiasioner. 
Hon. J. G. Carlisle, 

Secretary of tlie Treasury, 



TABLES 



A.* Page. 

Statement showing the receipts firom each specific source of internal revenne, and the amonnts 
refiinded in each collection district, State, and Territory of the United States for the fiscal 
year ended June 30, 1894 200-233 

B. 




_ _ loking 

purposes ; 'also the number of the difi'erent kinds of certificates of registry, with the number 
and vidue of documentary stamps for validating unstamped instruments, issued to collectors of 
internal revenue during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894 284-243 

Comparative statement showing the percentages of receipts from the several general sources of 
internal revenue now taxable, including penalties, in each State and Territory of the United 
States to the aggregate receipts ftom the same sources, by fiscal years, from July 1, 1863, to 
June 30, 1894 244-259 

D. 




Appendix ^ o. z, snowing, oy collection districts, states, and Territories, tne aggregate i 

or mtemal revenue returned directly to the office of the Commissioner, by banks, insurance, 
railroad, canal, and turnpike companies, from September 1, 1862, to June 30, 1867 200-331 

£. 

Statement of the receipts from specific and general sources of internal revenne, by fiscal years, 
from September 1, 1862, to June 30, 1894 332-343 

F. 

Table exhibiting the ratio of receipts from specific sources of internal revenue to the aggregate 
receipts of the same, by fiscal years, from July 1, 1863, to June 30, 1894 344-351 

G. 

Statement of the returns of distilled spirits, fermente<l liquors, manufactured tobacco, snuff, 
cigars, and cigarettes, under the several acts of legislation, and by fiscal years, from September 
1, 1862, to June 30, 1894; also statement showing the prodnction of distilled spirits and fer- 
mented liquors in the several States and Territories, by fiscal years, from July 1, 1877, to June 
30,1894 362-367 

Statement of the receipts from special taxes in the several States and Territories of the United 

States for the twelve months ended June 30, 1894 388, 369 

I. 

Abstracts of reports of district attorneys concerning suits and prosecutions under the internal- 
revenue laws during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1894 370-374 

K. 

Abstract of seizures of property for violation of internal-revenue laws during the fiscal year 

onded June30, 1894 376 



L. 

Statement of collections, expenses, and percentage cost of collection, for each collection district, 
during the fiscal years ended June 30, 1893, and 1894 376, 



377 



*For receipt« from Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, 
Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Kebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oregon, 
South Carolina, and West Virginia, each of which consists of a single district, see pp. 222-233. 

The District of Columbia and Delaware are now part of the collection district of Maryland; Idaho, 
and Utah, of the district of Montana; Maine and Vermont, of the district of New Hampshire ; North 
Dakota and South Dakota, of the district of Nebraska; and Washington and the Territory of Alaska, 
of the district of Oregon. Wyoming is part of the district of Colorado ; Khode Island, of the district of 
ConnectiGut ; Mississippi, of the district of Louisiana ; Navada, of the fourth district of California ; and 
Arizona, of the district of New Mexico. Hence the collections of the District of Columbia do not appear 
separately in Tables A, C, D, and H of the annual reports of this ofiice since the fiscal year 1877, nor 
the collections of Arizona, Dakota (North Dakota and South Dakota since 1891), Idaho', Utah, Wash- 
ingtoD, and Wyoming since the fiscal year 1884; nor the collections of Delaware, Maine, Mississippi, 
Nevada, Rhode Island, and Vermont since the fiscal year 1887, but are included in the coUectious ot 
the distoicts of which they severally form a part. 

199 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A. 


-TALtLE SHOWING TIIK 


Rbcripts t 


KOM BACH StKCIFIC SOURCB O 
NU TEKRITOBY of TilK UKITBB 


iNTKKNAL 

Status fou 




DISTRICTS, 






i 

Is 
|ll 


III 

ill 


if ■ 

it 

3 


i 

ll 

!i 
si 

1 


m 
m 




C*UKOKN.A. 


'ffiSJi 


«,,«» 


$8,625,00 


•6,600.00 
400,00 


















345,3««.30 


248,328. »0 


3oo!oo 


:.ooo,oo 






,m»o,. 




76,275.10 


7;6!B:33fl:i6 


*oo!oo 














7f»Z 




















76.482.22 


24.OT3.726.a2 


B, 170, 82 


8,650.00 






INDIANA. 






£68.51 


1,812, SR». 40 
2, 084,279. 61 


1,050.00 
























1,160,61 


8. 897, 1«- 04 


1.050.00 




















458.31 


iaoo 








258.30 








Total 










258.30 




658.34 


60.00 












18,582.50 
80,451.42 

700!78 
4,«06.31 


4,176,554.58 
», 160, 588. 88 
% 638, 764,68 
2.878,779.34 
3.285,254.53 


1.191,67 

^Iboo 

483:33 


700,00 
3,075.00 

moo 




























T tol 








82,445.91 1 3-2,127,040.00 


4,900.00 


4,375.00 1 




ncaiQAH. 






5.10 


S:S 


983.33 


























5,10 


200.00 


983.33 






-mSO^B.. 








'sooioo 


1,807,804.56 
97,233.36 


1,962.50 


5,600.00 


















71, 900. 7fl 
46.508.27 


1,905,127.92 


3.462.50 


6,400.00 






HBW JBB8KY. 








500,00 
2,450.00 


moo 








434,148.30 












121, 41W. 97 


434,148.30 


2.950.00 


m.33 











COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



201 



Revenue and the Amounts Refunded in each Collection District, Stafk, 
the fiscal year ended june 30, 1894. 



DISTn.LKT> SPIRITS. 




"Wine made in imitation of cham- 
pasne, and liquors produced by 
Deiuf; reotitied, etc., in bottles 
containing more than 1 pint and 
not more than 1 quart, per bot- 
tle or package, 20 cents. 


And at the sarae rate for any 
larger quantity of such mer- 
chandise, however put up or 
whatever may be the package. 


Dealers, retail liquor (special tax), 
$25. 


Dealers, wholesale liquor (special 
tax), $100. 


Manufacturers of stills (special 
tax), $50. 


Stills, or worms for distilling, 
manufactured, each, $20. 


Stamps for distilled spirits in- 
tended for export, each, 10 cents. 


Total collections on distilled spir- 
its. 






* 


$220, 528. 65 
85, 443. 78 


$32, 700. 00 
4, 275. 00 


$83.33 


$200.00 


$375.90 
386.30 


$747,032.52 
206,989.98 


1 






4 
















305,972.43 


36,975.00 


83.33 


200.00 


762. 20 


954, 022. 50 














279,374.38 
20, 843. 51 
46, 379. 24 
35, 202. 07 


21,166.64 
2, 566. 68 
2, 808. 35 
1, 558. 33 


62.50 
58.34 
43.75 


40.00 


1.10 
240.50 


3,879,332.14 

13,686,999.31 

7, 562, 514. 99 

348, 548. 61 


1 






5 






20.00 


8 








13 


- 
















381,799,20 


28,100.00 


164.59 


60.00 


241.60 


25,477,395.05 















118,763.06 
58, 944. 11 


4, 516. 79 
2, 016. 67 


4.17 


20.00 


5.00 
.50 


1,937,516.93 
2,147,022.92 


6 







7 


1 


•••••••*"• 












177, 707. 17 


6,533.46 


4.17 


20.00 


5.56 


• 4, 084, 539. 85 




— - 










58, 720. 86 
46, 138. 34 


3, 091. 67 
2. 708. 34 








62, 320. 87 
49,304.98 


3 










. 


4 


, 








. 








104, 859. 20 


5, 800. 01 








111, 625. 85 





















17,969.01 
36,434.40 
15,590.25 
13, 907. 34 
7,576.06 


2, 875. 00 

10, 739. 58 

3.058.39 

2,575.01 

625.00 






596.20 
3,599.20 

415. 10 
3, 254. 10 
2, 265. 70 


4,216,468.96 
9, 268, 096, 45 
2,658,603.33 
2, 897, 905. 90 
3,300,484.94 


2 






58.33 


360.00 


K 






6 










7 










g 

















91, 477. 06 


19,872.98 


58.33 


360.00 


10, 130. 30 


22,341,559.58 




— — — 








121,088.32 
38, 922. 97 


3,633.34 
1,258.34 








125, 810. 39 
40,28L31 


1 


'^ 










4 






160, Oil. 29 


4, 89L 68 








166, 091. 70 




=~-___ 
















105,837.16 
62,970.85 


13, 275. 00 
8. 625. 01 


70.83 


240.00 




1,942,314.95 
171, 429. 82 


1 


f****.....- 






6 


1 -- 












1 




168, 808. 01 


21, 900. 01 


70.83 


240.00 




2, 113, 744. 77 




'===:- 












41, 280. 19 
132,465.98 


1, 183. 35 
6, 266. 67 








117,997.57 
622, 810. 89 


1 






66.67 


200.00 


15.00 


5 


.__11^ 








173, 746. 17 


7, 450. 02 


66.67 


200.00 


15.00 


740,808.46 











202 



ANNUAIi REPORT OF THE 

I 

A. — Receipts from each Specific Source 



1 

2 

3 

14 

21 

28 



5 



1 

10 
11 

18 



1 

9 

12 

23 



2 
5 



3 
4 



2 
6 



1 
2 



DISTRICTS. 



NEW TOBK. 



First 

Second...." 

Third 

Fourteenth 

Tweuty-tirst... 
Twenty -eighth . 



Total 

NOBTH CABOLINA. 



Fourth 
l^fth... 



Total. 



OHIO. 



First 

Teuth 

Eleventh . . . 
Eighteenth. 



Total 

PENNSYLVANIA. 



First 

^"inth 

Twelfth 

Twentj'^-third 



Total 

TENNESSEE. 



Second 
Fifth.. 



Total. 



TEXAS. 



Third . 
Fourth. 



Total 

VIBOINIA. 



Second 
Sixth.. 



Total 

WISCONSIN. 



First.. 
Second 



Total. 



DISTILLED SPIRITS. 



u 

n 

an O 

to 



$230, 2P9. 20 



35, 845. 37 

098. 10 

22,238.20 



289,380.87 



28,097.44 
21,568.80 



49, 666. 24 



471. 30 

20, 647. 42 

459.00 

533. 70 



22,111.42 



9,201.60 

11, 142. 02 

180.00 



20, 523. 62 



6, 216. 87 
56, 180. 46 



62, 397, 33 



4,862.98 



4, 862. 98 



25, 136. 58 
74, 517. 37 



99, 653. 95 



a u 

•a® 

b SO 



a^ 



S 



-> fc* ® 



$2,888,572.50 

io'mso 



^11,395.90 



3, 410, 717. 20 



87, 182. 53 
553, 373. 42 



640, 555. 95 



6,919,065.42 

15, 926. 40 

368,259.29 

40, 138. 00 



7,343,889.11 



399, 454. 40 

342,943.71 

47, 900. 41 

3, 915, 964. 60 



4. 706, 263. 12 



51, 749. 43 
574, 837. 24 



626,580.67 



12,434.81 



12, 434. 81 



oo -• 



Jl 



CO A, 

S 



25 
Pi 



§8 



$1,308.33 
10, 041. 66 
3,212.51 
2, 074. 99 
2, 583. 35 
2,075.00 



21, 295. 84 



308.33 
475.01 



783.34 



3,225.01 

1, 358. 33 

30U. 00 

525.00 



5, 408. 34 



7, 925. 00 
1, 533. 33 
1, 725. 00 
2, 366. 68 



13,550.01 



333.34 
1, 341. 67 



1, 675. 01 



1,600.00 
333. 34 



1, 933. 34 



1, 541. 18 
127, 230. 23 



128,771.41 



952,445.53 



952, 445. 53 



400.00 
100. 00 



2, 233. 83 
200.00 



2, 433. 33 



S 
§ 

O 9 

2" 

■*» 



$1,400.00 

9, 233. 33 

2, 112. 50 

200.00 

400.00 

2, 800. 00 






rt » o ® 
® Sis'-* o 

•g o flo 

© fe -^ S. 

'^ * S'S 
o s 3 

S 3^3"'^ ^ 

•i-t ©* 5 o ^ 

a S ^3^ 

n 08 « o ® 



^ 



16, 145. 83 



200.00 
600.00 



800.00 



9, 700. 00 

1,000.00 

200.00 

•1, 000. 00 



11, 900. 00 



13,33.^34 

200. 00 

200.00 

3, 400. 00 



17, 133. 34 



400.00 
200.00 



600.00 



400.00 



400.00 



1, 400. 00 
233.33 



3,800.00 




COMMISSJONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



203 



OF Internal Revenue, etc. — Continued. 



1 


/ 




, 


DISTILLED 


SPIRITS. 












WlDe made in imitation of Cham. 

pagne, and liquors produced by 
being rectified, etc., in bottles 
containing more than 1 pint and 
not more than 1 quart, per bot- 
tle or i>ackage, 20 cents. 


And at the same rate for any- 
larger quantity of such mer- 
chandise, however put up or 
whatever may be the package. 


Dealers, retail liquor (special tax), 


Dealers, wholesale liquor (special 
tax), $100. 


Manufacturers of stills (special 
tax), $50. 


Stills, or worms for distilling, 
manufactured, each, $20. 


Stamps for distilled spirits in- 
tended for export, each, 10 cents. 


Total collections on distilled spir- 
its. 






1 


v 




$170,736.54 
60, 843. 57 
158, 653. 16 
217, 701. 14 
126, 655. 30 
186, 402. 09 


$6, 333. §4 

35, 933. 35 

15, 366. 65 

9, 891. 67 

5, 925. 02 

8, 691. 34 


$16.67 
37.50 
20.83 


$20.00 

100.00 

40.00 


$172. 70 
56.50 


$3, 068, 560. 08 
346, 545. 11 
190, 154. 45 
265, 713. 17 
136,561.77 
733, 656. 70 


1 








2 






R 








14 












21 






4.17 


40.00 


10.00 


28 












'920, 991. 80 


82, 141. 37 


79.17 


200.00 


239. 2(« 


4, 741, 191. 28 












• 


16, 150. 02 
8, 737. 81 


595,83 
2, 043. 36 


20.84 
83.34 


80.00 




132, 634. 99 
586.881.74 


4 








5 
















24,887.83 


2, 639. 19 


104. 18 


80.00 




719, 516. 73 














1 






97, 872. 94 

79, 944. 14 

49, 613. 29 

130, 040. 85 


18, 570. 83 
4, 141. 66 
4,012.50 
8,808.38 


60.00 


720.00 


45.40 


7,049,720.90 
123,017.05 
422, 8i4. 08 
181, 045. 88 


1 


1 






10 












11 












18 



















357. 471. 22 


35,5.33.32 


50.00 


720.00 


45.40 


7, 776, 628. 81 












119,834.67 
28,518.81 
93.929.73 
79, 366. 32 


20,566.67 
3, 624, 99 
3, 991. 68 

12, 566. 67 


8.34 






570. 324. 02 

387,972.86 

147,926.82 

4,015,071.40 


1 








10.00 


9 










1?, 




. 


45.83 


120. 00 


1, 251. 30 


:^3 


_ 


.. 




^ 




321,639.53 


40, 750. 01 


54.17 


120. 00 


1, 261. 30 


5, 121, 295. 10 













• 


9, 529. 63 
44,582.80 


783.34 
5,362.52 








68, 962. 61 
682, 534. 49 


2 


^ ^ 








29.80 


5 


_ 














54, 112. 43 


6,095.86 






29.80 


751, 497. 10 















-^ 






60,350.70 
32,459.60 


4,958.34 
2, 166. 68 









67,309.04 
52, 257. 41 


3 


^^ ^ 


.» ^ 




....••«... 




4 


v 


. — . 










A _ 




92, 810. iO 


7, 125. 02 


1 




119,566.45 




=r-- — 




' 










35, 146. 27 
29, 371. 90 


2,400.00 
1. 291. 67 








66,024.03 
232, 744. 50 


? 












H 


— 
















64, 518. 17 


3, 691. 67 


1 




298, 768, 53 








1 










138, 697. 95 
70, 586. 80 


9, 291. 65 
2, 158. 33 


• 
8.33 


40.00 




1,106,516.79 
72, 945. 13 


1 


^ ^•■**B*a« 






2 








i 




* * • ^ 




209, 284. 75 


11, 449. 98 


8.33 


40.00 




1,179,461.92 




» — ^ 










\ 



204 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A. — Receipts from each Specific Sourcb 



1 

4 



1 

5 

8 

13 



6 

7 



3 

4 



2 
5 
6 
7 
8 



1 

4 



1 
6 



1 
6 



DISTRICTS. 



CALIFOBNIA. 

Firat 

Fourth 

Total 

ILLINOIS. 

First 

Fifth 

Eighth 

Tliirteenth 

Total 

INDIANA. 

Sixth 

Seventh 

Total 

IOWA. 

Third * 

Fourth 

Total , 

KENTUCKY. 

Second 

Fifth 

Sixth 

Seventh 

Eighth 

Total 

MICHIGAN. 

First 

Fourth 

Total 

MISSOURI. 

First 

Sixth.. 

Total 

NEW JEBSBY. 

First 

Fifth 

Total 



TOBACCO. 



IS, 

"3.1 

o o 

^ ® s 

CB > gQ 
00 2 3 

fa 9 o 

5 



$205, 741. 20 
12, 013. 82 



'O 9 ■*■> 
ill 

•S o'd 

■*» p o 



00® 



O) bCd 

oe ® M 
U^5 



$2,269.81 



218,654.82 2i269.81 



528, 083. 20 
45, 560. 82 

157, 854. 41 
35, 149. 83 



766, 654. 26 



139, 078. 38 
50, 412. 64 



189, 491. 02 



32, 785. 18 
164, 699. 31 



197, 484. 49 



5, 190. 12 

86,361.53 

17, 537. 61 

10, 889. 94 

17.45 



119,996.66 



271,465.80 
53, 777. 75 



325, 243. 55 



154, 393. 35 
45,588.95 



199, 982. 30 



36,695.00 
168,456.60 



205, 151. 60 



2, 462. 84 



2,462.84 



11.50 



11.50 



323.32 
.50 



323.82 



477.83 



477.83 



240. 50 
276. 05 



525. 55 



'd 9 
« p. 

O so M 

r§®ft 

© c p 

C5 ® fH 



$9.00 



9.00 



ODtH P< 

o S S 
h ^ O 

2 OB'S 

'§'©'3 
* o a * 

Cu P.P -«^ 

b s £ fl 

j^ c (.1 q^ 

a® 



0(0 



$398.70 



398. 70 



20, 040. 98 
789.00 



20,829.98 



5.10 



^''^ ^o S © j: 

P ftp O B9 9® 

pS ba-? « S 

,p 



§ 






> ® « ^ rt w, 

H.2i5,2ft 
c'S ^.p p«s»d 

H 



5.10 



1,014.27 
45.99 



1,060.26 



1,594.68 



1,594.68 



292,066.08 



292,066.08 



$23,792.02 
13.26 



23, 805. 28 



551,428.66 

1, 255. 41 

99, 939. 91 

1, 931. 22 



654, 555. 20 



5,126.99 
5, 512. 50 



10,639.49 



19, 807. 83- 
4,636.77 



24,444.60 



168,024.35 

1,191,978.11 

102,397.86 

14,887.44 

4,372.68 



1,481.660.44 



978, 672. 39 
1,731.42 



980,403.81 



3,199,088.12 
27. 903. 60 



3,226,991.72 



554.22 
1,209,010.02 



1,209,564.24 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



205 



OF Internal Revenue, etc. — Continued. 



TOBACCO. 



O 
u 
o 
a 

a 
o 

« 

a 
o 

•r* 
U 

o 

^^ 

o 

I 

o 
H 



$232,201.73 
12,U26.88 



245, 128. 61 



1,102,015.68 

47,611.23 

257, 794 32 

37 081. 05 



1,444,502.28 



•144.205.37 
55,925.14 



200, 130. 51 



52, 593. 01 
169,341.18 



221, 934. 19 



173,214.47 

1,278,351.14 

119, 935. 47 

25, 777. 38 

4, 390. 13 



1, 601, 668. 59 



1,251,475.78 
55, 555. 60 



1,307,031.44 



3,355,562.98 
73,492.55 



3,429,055.53 



37,498.72 
1,669,808.75 



1,707,307.47 



S46- 

U „ 

R CO 

-I 
E o 



$569,175.80 
98, 812. 49 



667, 988. 29 



2, 714, 679. 82 

88, 818. 49 

130,516.59 

127, 859. 11 



3, 061, 874. 01 



314,462.20 
255, 399. 36 



569,861.56 



47,839.04 
77, 080. 02 



124, 919. 06 



5, 603, 76 

203,111.50 

113, 997. 00 

1, 174. 75 

3,431.75 



327,318.76 



536, 678. 53 
69,732.62 



606,411.15 



1, 856, 597. 70 
162, 085. 91 



2, 018, 683. 61 



45,456.35 
1, 704, 794. 97 



1, 750, 251. 32 

> N 



FBBMBNTED LIQUOBS. 



00 - 

E « 

o o 

,5! ft) 



If 

eSO 
ac O 

£ 5 • 



,1 



$845.83 
1,583.33 



2,429.10 



260.67 



76.00 



341.67 



154.20 
125. 00 



279. 20 



145.83 



145. 83 



50.00 
50.00 



100.00 



637.50 
83.33 



720.83 



283.34 
83.34 



366. 68 



237.50 
283.33 



520. 83 






I 



2 

§1 

— 80 



g 



as 

o a 
S ^ 



m 



00 

o 



I— I 



» 






$5,041.68 
4, 500. 00 



9,541.68 



7,462.50 
1. 008. 34 
1,008. .14 
1, 550. 00 



11, 029. 18 



2,233.35 
1, 851. 01 



4.084.36 



575.00 
1, 558. 33 



2,133.33 



1, 400. 00 
450.00 



191.67 



2,041.67 



5, 000. 00 
841. 67 



5,841.67 



1,816.67 
975.00 



2, 791. 67 



616.67 
2,683.34 



3, 300, 01 



$2, 344. 16 
1,431.66 



3, 775. 82 



12,464.21 
1, 116. 75 
2,387.54 
4, 619. 96 



20,588.46 



5, 246. 97 
2, 240. 83 



7, 487. 80 



2, 253. 36 
1,625.00 



3, 878. 36 



703. 35 

1, 300. 84 

340. 01 

411. 68 

78. 34 



2, 834. 22 



3, 081. 69 
1, 634. 26 



4, 715. 95 



2, 722. 50 
2,426.67 



5, 149. 17 



769. 22 
3, 653. 33 



4, 422. 55 



s 

o 



is 

5"'-' 
«. ft 



"3 



$4, 391. 68 
3, 783. 32 



8, 175. 00 



8, 191. 70 
1, 754. 20 
5, 002. 92 
1, 814. 60 



16,763.42 



7,770.95 
1, 900. 01 



0.670.96 



6, 318. 74 
3, 262. 51 



0, 581. 25 



1, 087. 60 
597.92 
337. 51 
707. 50 
475.01 



3,205.44 



4,281.25 
2, 514. 62 



6, 795. 87 



5, 208. 33 
4, 870. 84 



10, 07R. 17 



4, 289. 65 
5, 412. 50 



9, 702. 15 



'd 

I 
g 

u 

tt o 

"■* ft 

V 

? 



3 

o 



$581, 799. 16 
110, 110. 80 



691,909.95 



2, 743. 064. 90 

92, 697. 78 

138, 915. 39 

135, 918. 67 



3, 110, 596. 74 



329, 867. 67 
261, 516. 21 



601, 383. 88 



67,131.97 
83, 525. 86 



140, 657. 83 



7, 444. 61 

206, 460. 26 

115, 124. 52 

2, 293. 93 

4, 176. 77 

335, 500. 09 



549, 678. 97 
74, 806. 50 



624,485.47 



1, 866, 628. 54 
170, 441. 76 



2, 037, 070. 30 



51,369.39 
1,716,827.47 



1, 768, 196. 86 



1 
4 



1 

5 

8 

13 



6 
7 



3 
4 



2 
5 


7 
8 



1 
4 



1 
6 



1 
5 



\ 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

A. — Receipts from each Specific Socrck 





DISIBICTS, ' 






™.™ 








1 

ill 


1 

IK 

B 


111 

1 


1 

ll 


mm 








1208,635.78 

S22.4S2.4S 
17S:827.03 


»1,847.8K 
428,«M.(B 
104,048.10 


o.'oo 


, MT2.88 


t29«,SM.9S 

463! D78l 53 
7*. 873. 02 

II2I 6«8! »4 










" 


Tbird.. 














282.226.30 
















3,134.208.33 


855,085.28 


816.11 


6,133.38 


1, 053, 533.60 






NOKTH CAHOUNA. 






14. 110. 13 
3,623.71 


^;^:S 




4,110.02 


513,222.03 
832,724.19 














T I^ 








!121, OOS. 39 
B*,736,BJ 

11HS74!87 


i,m90 




4,110.02 


1,349.946.22 






o™. 








714.27 


938,414.73 
80,655.58 

za,a28.«i 




10 
























20.88 






ToUl 

PBNNaiLVANU. 

Ffnt 










1,085,078.12 


1,266.90 




771.15 


1,046,245.70 




1 


1,»45.820.«« 

■ BiliTiiai 

712. 840. M 


1,600.22 

£1 




222,073.98 


■ si 


















t5,«4e.6o 






Total 


— 






3,307,911.34 


2,553.74 


2S9,»».58 


187,667.84 












i^SS 








as;s 








.W 




63,620.80 














13,111.16 1 .M 




83.628.80 


102.855.58 






Tn>e. 








16.002.69 
9,142.35 


«.« 






S:f. 




























26,045.04 


68,44 












V,^.MA. 




3, 513. 16 
30, 378. DO 






212,819.74 
22,003.88 


»iS:S 
























30,801.76 






w«co™».. 








85:170:b3 




















2, 408. TCP- 














250, 608. M 
























COMMIS8IONBE OF INTERNAL BEVENUE. 



207 



OF Intebxal Revknue, etc.— Continued. 



TOBACCO. 



3 

a 

o 

a 
o 

o 
e 

o 
o 



$507,922.44 
892,430.79 

2,227,736.68 
397,518.28 
472,790.45 
551,178.53 



5,049,577.17 



791,486.44 
845,469.95 



1,636,956.39 



1,461,421.25 
150, 292. 49 
246,089.53 
275,548.60 



FB^MBNTBD LIQUORS. 



O 

n 



s 



Pn 



2,133,351.87 



1,350,064.99 

1,466,677.47 

138, 025. 44 

782,570.55 



3,737,338.45 



49,122.35 
120;471.68 



169.594.03 



17, 178. 58 
9,645.77 



26,824.35 



1,470,006.22 
693, 140. 77 



2,163,146.90 



528,493.60 
87, 579. 63 



616,073.23 



$2,173,805.49 

484,462.64 

3,631,122.75 

1, 105, 228. 94 

401, 440. 75 

1, 239, 033. 88 



9,035,094.35 



1, 242, 358. 26 
384, 530. 26 
291,704.30 
505, 805. 11 



CD ** 

11 
H 



r«5 



S 



$650. 00 
50.00 
254.17 
516. 67 
370.84 
479. 17 



2,320.85 



100. 00 

50.00 

104.17 



2,424,397.93 



254.17 



2, 006, 691. 88 

97, 984. 31 

410, 504. 39 

674, 078. 20 



3, 189, 258. 78 



23,643.00 
52,306.94 



/ O) cf^v* v4b 



125,568.09 
48,278.07 



173, 846. 16 



23,273.00 
47,082.50 



70,855.50 



2,871,829.86 
311, 308. 54 



2, 683, 137. 90 



318.76 
175.00 
100.00 
920.83 



1,514.58 



300.00 
112.50 



412.50 



1-3 

S3 . 

Sg 

II 

Is 



$5,100.00 
683.83 
4, 016. 67 
5, 475. 00 
4, 566. 66 
4, 924. 99 



24, 766 65 



558:33 
408.34 



966.67 



4,166.67 
2, 600. 00 
1,633.34 
3, 258. 34 



11,658.35 



8, 566. 67 

2. 841. 66 
3, 275. 01 

5. 566. 67 



20,250.01 



8 
S 



1! 



« S 



& 



$4,350.83 
851.66 
6,380.84 
6,974.99 
4,544.19 
3, 568. 35 



26,670.86 



449.17 
216.66 



665.83 



996.68 
1,873.36 

802. 52 
1,441.65 



5, 114. 21 



2,468.32 
2,231.67 
2, 079. 17 
2,751.68 



9, 520. 84 



e 

3 9 
.25 • 

I 



$3,241.65 
1, 020. 83 
1, 962. 49 

11,962.51 
5,912.53 
5,367.01 



29, 467. 02 



737. 51 
491.68 



1,229.19 



2, 195. 82 
4, 777. 12 
3,141.68 
6,247.96 



16,362.57 



8, 787. 54 
2,691.25 
5,731.26 
5,987.49 



23,197.54 



400.00 
200.00 



600.00 



466. 67 
400.00 



866.67 



300.00 
200.00 



500.00 



5, 875. 00 
7,041.67 



12, 916. 67 



175.00 
638.35 



813.35 



18, 702. 55 
7,741.70 



26,444.25 



595.84 
440.83 



1,036.67 



5,295.86 
2,844.17 



8,140.03 



1,043.74 
970.84 



2,014.58 



9, 895. 85 
6,012.4& 



15,908.80 



700.00 
874.99 



1,574.99 



3,233.31 
3,745.43 



6,978.74 





I 

-I 

OS" 



3 

3 

O 

H 



$2,187,147.97 

487,068.36 

3,643,736.92 

1, 130, 158. 11 

416,834.97 

1,253,373.40 



9,118,319.73 



1, 186. 68 
708.34 



1,895.02 



1,249,717.43 
393, 880. 74 
297, 33;. 84 
616,857.22 



2,457,787.23 



2,026,823.16 
106,923.89 
421,689.83 
689,304.87 



3,243,741.75 



25,261.74 
54, 116. 13 



79,377.87 



154, 933. 16 
62,544.72 



217,477.88 



24,868.84 
48,598.32 



73,467.16 



2,386,791.86 
325,348.15 



2,712,140.01 



1 

2 

3 

14 

21 

28 



4 
5 



1 

10 
11 
18 



1 

9 

12 

23 



2 
5 



3 
4 



2 
6 



1 
2 



AHNUAI. REPOET OF THE 

A.— Recbiits fbom bach SrnciFic SouKCR 





.,™r. 


o..o»^^... 




1 




i 

1 


1= 

8 

ll 


Ji 
it 

P 
1 


a 

|i 
Is 

eI 
-1, 
SI 


as 

il 


il 

1 

1 

1 




""'""■ 


|»,8S».« 




(1,41X1.00 (932.00 


11,720.00 


17.911.40 
























»,85».« 




1,400.00 in2.oo 


1,720.60 


7,911.40 




— 




SU.T30.M 




2,100.00 


58,898.30 
8 22000 


5,420.00 


878.7K.M 
2:400:00 






























^1 












811,™. 2* 




2,7CJ(I.IK1 


(3,072.30 


7,829.00 


805,331.51 




-— 




2g.8BS.<B 




MO. 00 


7.428.00 


1,809.00 


38,724.48 


















23.822.48 




800.00 11,274.00 


1,809.00 


42.506. 48 




..... 












468.00 
3,460.00 




488.09 






2.2U.afl 






1,480.09 




Total 




S. 211,66 






3,928.00 


1.480.00 


7,622.68 














2,30U!00 
2; 192. 00 




33iOD 

3,200.00 

2:672.00 

978.00 

234.00 












B4O.00 
489.09 






















































8,994.00 


1,320.90 


7,414.00 




















3:i3fl.00 


2^880! 90 


e: 818. 09 














Total 
















10,374.00 


8,440.00 


27,814.00 










7; 800. 00 


'•S.-Z 


20.432.06 
32,102.79 






an. 738. 70 




B00.M 




Total 




22,7»«.7U 




800,09 


24,648.00 


4,610.00 


53. 624.76 














5; 104: 09 


880:90 


1,872.00 
9, 044. 99 I 


























2M^.m_ 


1. 000.00 


8,518,09 1 











OOMMISSIONEK OF INTERNAL KliVENUE. 



209 



OF Internal Revenue, etc. — Continued. 



BANKS AND BANKERS. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


Circulation issued by any bnnk, 
etc., or person, per month, ^ of 
1 per cent. 


Bank circulation exceeding 90 per 
cent of capital, in addition, per 
month, i of 1 per cent. 


Banks, bankers, and other parties 
liable on amonnt of notes of any 

t Orson, State bank, or State 
an kin if association, or of any 
town, city, or municipal coipo- 
ration, paid out by them. 10 per 
cent. 


• 

Total collections on banks and 
bankers. 


Opium manufactured for smoking 
purx)oso8, per pound, |10. 


Collections not otherwise herein 
provided for. 


• 

1 

a 

1 

OD 
1 

-a 

I 


1 








$410. 00 




$410.00 
.04 










$0.04 




















410. 00 


.04 


410.04 








1 












85.00 


85.00 






















33.33 
17.20 


33.33 
17.26 






















t 




1 


135. 53 


135. 53 


• 1 




1 




































......... ..•••^•. -•-•-•-••• 












1 






— . 






— ' 1 









































1 






1 






























\ 




45.62 
.61 


45.62 
.61 








' 1 








; 


^ 




















180. 70 


180. 70 


-._ 


■ 








i 






226. 93 


226. 93 


=::=r— 


1 






























2.05 


2.05 

1 




















2.05 


2.05 


~-^ 


i 




1 , , 












5.83 


i 
5.83 














..^ 






1 


I 






i 1 




5.83 


5.83 




1 






























1.80 


1.80 
















« 




1.80 


1.80 


»==i:^:=n:^~ 




1 ■-. ■ 







1 

5 

8 

13 



G 

7 



3 
4 



2 
5 
6 

7 
8 



1 
4 



1 
6 



1 
5 



H. Ex. 4 14c 



210 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A. — Receipts from each Specific Source 





DISTRICTS. 

• 


OLEOMARGARUfB. 




Oleomargarine, domestic, per 
pound, 2 cents. 


Oleomargarine, imported from for- 
eign countries, per pound, 15 
cents. 


Manufacturers of oleomargarine 
(special tax), $600. 


Betail dealers in oleomargarine 
(special tax), $48. 


W holesale dealers in oleomarga* 
rine (special tax), $480. 


Total collections on oleomarga- 
rine. 


1 


NEW YORK. 

First 








$222.00 

558.00 

1,738.00 

68.00 


$480.00 
1,220.00 
600.00 
320.00 
720.00 
440.00 


$702.00 

1,778.00 

2,338.00 

388.00 

720.00 

524.00 


2 


Second ......... 








3 


Tliird 








14 


Fonrteonth ................ 








21 


Twentv-lirst 








28 


Twen t v-ei srhth 








84.00 




Total 
















2,670.00 


3,780.00 


6,450.00 




NORTH CAROIINA. 

Fourth 








4 








294.00 
232.00 




294.00 
232.00 


5 


Fifth 












Total 


















526. 00 




526.00 




OHIO. 

First 










1 


$53.58 






5, 458. 00 

756. 00 

3, 274. 00 

11, 114. 00 


1,920.00 


7,431.58 

756.00 

17, 737. 38 

57, 960. 62 


10 


Tenth 






11 


Eleventh 


14, 463. 38 
44, 726. 52 








18 


Eisrhteenth 




$1, 200. 00 


920.00 




Total 






59,243.48 




1, 200. 00 


20, 602. 00 


2,840.00 


83,885.48 




PENNSYLVANIA. 

First 




1 


4, 810. 12 


........ 




1, 284. 00 

696.00 

902.00 

11, 284. 00 


3,120.00 
800.00 


9, 214. 12 

1,496.00 

902. C* 

16,444.00 


9 


Ninth 






12 


Twelfth 








23 


Twenty- third 




........ 




5, 160. 00 




Total 










4, 810. 12 






14, 166. 00 


9,080.00 


28,056.12 




TENNESSEE. 

Second 






2 








404.00 
3, 050. 00 


480.00 
2, 720. 00 


884.00 
6,770.00 


5 


Fifth 










Total 
















3,454.00 


3,200.00 


6,654.00 




TEXAS. 

Third 








3 




/ 




2,492.00 
1,344.00 


5, 360. 00 
2,120.00 


7,852.00 
3,464.00 


4 


Fourth 










Total 

















3,836.00 


7,480.00 


11,816.00 




VIRGINIA. 

Second 








2 








1, 164. 00 
402.00 


2,660.00 


3,824.00 
402.00 


6 


Sixth 










Total 


















1,566.00 


2,660.00 


4,228.00 




WISCONSIN. 

First 








1 








2,976.00 
3. 172. 00 


760.00 
1,600.00 


8,736.00 
4,772.00 


2 


Second 










Total 
















6,148.00 


2,360.00 


8,608.00 













COMHISSIONEB OF INTEKNAL BEVENtJE. 



211 



OIF Internal Revknue, etc. — Continued. 



I 



f BANKS AND BANKEBS. 


MI80BT.T.ANE0US. 




Circulation issued by any bank, 
etc., or person, per month, ^ of 
1 per cent. 


Bank circulation exceeding 90 per 
cent of capital, in addition, per 
month, i of 1 per cent. 


Banks, bankers, and other parties 
liable on amonnt of notes of any 
person. State bank, or State 
banking association, or of any 
town, city, or mnnicipal corpo- 
ration, paid out by them, 10 per 
cent. 


Total collections on banks and 
bankers. 


Opium mannfactured for smoking 
purposes, per pound, $10. 


Collections not otherwise herein 
provided for. 


1 

a 
1 

H 














$81.78 


$81.78 


1 


..::::::::... 










2 












.13 
.50 


.13 
.50 


3 


• 












U 












21 












.40 


.40 


28 








' 


















82.81 


82.81 




. 
























31.46 
68.22 


31.46 
68.22 


4 














5 




























99.68 


99.68 




• 


















• 








2.72 


2.72 


1 














10 
















•••■«■•■•••• 


11 












1 




18 




^ 








1 








• 










2.72 


2.72 






























7.59 
50.00 


7.59 
50.00 


1 














9 














12 














830.13 


830.13 


?3 





























887.72 


887. 72 






— 
















- 










1 


2 


















5 









































- * 
































3 


















4 




- 






....... a...... 






























— ....... 




























.95 
22.79 


.95 

22.79 


9 












• 


6 




»_ 






















• 


23.74 


23.74 






25-jl! 
























7.40 


7.40 


1 














2 




•^^ • 












1 
















7.40 


7.40 






^ 













212 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE i 

A. — Receipts from each Specific Source of Internal Revenue, etc. — Con'd. 









PENALTIES, ETC. 


• 




DISTRICTS. 


Unassessed penalties. 


Penalties upon unstamped instru- 
ments. 


United States sharo of penalties 
recovered bj^ suits. 


Penalties received on compro- 
mises. 


1S 


• 
00 

6 


1 

• 

8 

1 

o 


CAIJFOBNIA. 

First 


$2,057.47 




$1,237.18 
1, 519. 05 


$2,052.60 
1, 600. 00 






$5,347.25 
3 198 80 


"Fourth 




$1.25 


$78.50 










Total 


2, 057. 47 




2, 756. 23 


3, 6.52. 60 


1.25 


78.50 


8, 546. 05 






IT.TJNOI8. 

First 


288.01 




782.99 


9,202.42 


33.98 


915.43 


11,222.83 


Fifth 




Eighth 


19.06 
3.00 




612. 07 
615. 00 


55.00 
COO. 00 


8.54 
2.40 




694.67 


Thirteenth 




1, 234. 82 


2, 355. 22 






Total 


310. 07 




J, 910. 06 


9. 857. 42 


^.92 


2, 150. 25 


14. 272. 72 








INDIANA. 

Sixth 








93.04 


319.82 


1, 017. 33 
86.32 


1, 430. 19 
586.32 


Seventh . .- -. 






500. 00 














Total 






500. 00 


93.04 


319.82 


1, 103. 65 


2,016.51 








IOWA. 

Third 


1 

.44 
959. 75 




2, 850. 00 
1, 925. 05 


120. 00 
25.00 


* 


330.82 
193.56 


3, 301. 26 
3, 146. 34 


Fourth 




42. 98 








Total 


960.19 




4, 775. 05 


145. 00 


42.98 


524.38 


6, 447. 60 








KENTUCKY. 
Second 


1, 879. 88 
5,104.52 
704. 51 
5, 35fi. 48 
4. 298. 15 


$25. 00 


55.10 


89.20 
200.00 


288.86 

1, 115. 29 

9.05 

1, 734. 37 

1,161.88 


103. 34 


2, 441. 38 

6, 419. 81 

734.06 


Fifth 


Sixth 




........... 


20.50 


Seventh 






10.00 
105. 62 


7,100.85 
5, 565. 65 


Eighth 








« 


!" 






Total 


17, 343. 54 


25. 00 


55.10 


404. 82 


4, 309. 45 


123.84 


22,281.75 




MICHIQAN. 

First 


5.07 




500.00 
500. 00 


373. 00 
555.00 


.12 
19.38 


14.06 
255.99 


892.25 


Fourth 




1,330.37 






, 


Total 


5.07 




1,000.00 


928. 00 


19.50 


270.05 


2,222.62 






MISSOURI. 

First 


3.84 
23.86 




1, 982. 76 


635. 00 
550.00 


2.20 
.75 




2,623.80 
1,535.68 


Sixth 




961.07 










Total 


. 27. 70 




1,982.76 


1,185.00 


2.95 


961.07 


4,160.48 






NEW JERSEY. 

First 


15.48 
243.15 


• 




265.00 
5, 050. 00 




82.74 
58.75 


363.22 


Fifth 




10.00 


55.15 


5,417.05 




• 


Total i 


258. 63 




10.00 


5,315.00 


55.15 


141.49 


6,780.27 




— — 



4 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 213 

A. — Receipts from each Specific Souuce of Internal Revenue, etc. — Con'd. 





PENALTIES, ETC.' 




DISTRICTS. 


• 

00 

1 

a 

t 

9 
09 

00 
a 


Penalties upon unstamped instru- 
ments. 


United States share of penalties 
recoyered by suits. 

* 


Penalties received on compro- 
mises. 


• 

1 


• 

oo 

1 


• 

1 

9 
1 

s 

IS 

a 

9 

<M 

O 

1 

H 


NEW YORK. 

First 


$3.75 
2.50 






$250.00 

1, 805. 00 

1, 415. 00 

201.70 


$0.52 




$254.27 

1,807,50 

1, 522. 35 

424.83 


Second . 








Third 




$12. 00 

132. 53 

360.63 

75.00 


29.71 

2.00 

6.80 

.40 


$65.64 
11.50 


Fourteenth 


72.10 

8.52 

1, 988. 17 


$5.00 


Twentv-first 


375. 95 


Twentv-eishth ........ 


42.18 






2, 105. 75 










Total...- 


2,075.04 


47.18 


580.16 


3, 671. 70 


39.43 


77.14 


6,490.65 






NORTH CAROLINA. 

Pourth 


. 183.96 
127. 79 




1, 510. 36 
7,119.21 


100. 00 


459.72 


587.71 
699. 06 


2, 841. 75 


Fifth 




7, 946. 06 










Total 


311. 75 




8, 629. 57 


100.00 


459.72 


1, 286. 77 


10, 787. 81 


A 




OHIO. 

First 






362. 96 
160. 00 


845.21 

60.00 

5.00 

112. 28 






1, 208. 17 
454.28 


Tenth 


.14 
16.24 




.03 


234.11 


Eleventh 




21.24 


Eighteenth 




610. 00 




836.29 


1, 558. 57 










Total 


16.38 




1, 132. 96 


1,022.49 


.03 


1,070.40 


3,242.26 






PENNSYLVANIA. 

Krst :.... 


26.97 

6.41 

18.27 

10,563.41 


21.00 


908.03 


4,045.00 
50.00 


8.94 


863.34 


5,874.28 
56.41 


Ninth 


Twelfth 






.83 


52.55 


71.65 


Twenty-tiiird 


.5.00 




3,306.46 


13, 874. 87 




........ 








Total 


10, 615. 06 


26.00 


909.03 


7,401.46 


9.77 


915.89 


19, 877. 21 




TENNESSEE. 

Hrst 


1.804.52 
713.54 












1,804.52 
1. 364. 18 


*^th.. .....;:;::.:.:.::: 




25.00 


108.28 


20.41 


496.95 








Total 


2,518.66 




25. 00 


108.28 


20.41 


496. 95 


3, 168. 70 






TEXAS. 

Tbi,^ 


25.77 
1,331.94 




25.00 


400.00 


5.60 


127.50 


583.87 


*^o^«h....' 




1, 331. 94 






■*■■■•••**• 










Total 


1,357.71 




25.00 


400.00 


5.60 


127. 50 


1,915 81 






VntGINIA. 

|?«OBd 


38.39 
732. 75 




325. 63 
1, 139. 46 




6.89 
18.50 


76.21 
774.56 


447.12 


Sixth.. 


11.00 


5,295.94 


7,972.21 




Total 


771. 14 


11.00 


1, 465. 09 


5, 295. 94 


25.39 


850.77 


8,419.33 




WiSCONeiN. 

first 


535.56 
94.40 




35.00 
510.47 


25.00 
364.13 






595.56 








37.00 


1,006.00 








Total 


629. 96 

1 




545. 47 


389. 13 




37.00 


1, 601. 56 









214 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



A. — Recapitulation of Receipts from each General Source of Internal 
Revenue and the Amounts Refunded in each Collection District. 



DISTRICTS. 


DISTILLBD SPIBITS. 


TOBACCO. 


Total. 


Befnnded. 


Ket total. 


Total. 


Befimded. 


KettotaL 


CAI.IFOBNIA. ' 

First 


$747, 032. 52 
206,089.98 




$747,032.52 
206,878.33 


$232,201.73 
12,936.88 


$42.57 


$232, ISO. 16 


Fourth ... 


$m.65 


12. 926. 88 








Total 


954,022.50 


U1.65 


953,910.85 


245,128.61 


42.57 


245. 086. 04 






n.T.1NOIS. 

First 


3,879,332.14 

13,686,999.31 

7,562,514,99 

348,548.61 




3,879,332.14 

13,686,746.41 

7,562,514.99 

348. 548. 61 


1,102,015.68 

47,611.23 

257, 794. 32 

37,08L05 


2.85 


1, 102, 012. 83 


Fifth 


252.90 


47, 611. 23 


Eighth 


, 


257, 794. 32 


Thirteenth 




37, 081. 05 










Total 


25,477,395.05 


252.90 


25.477,142.15 


1,444,502.28 


2.85 


1,444,409.43 






INDIAJfA. 

Sixth 


1,937,516.93 
2 147.022.92 




1,937,516.93 
2, 147, 012. 12 


144,205.37 
55,925.14 




144, 205. 37 


SfiVfinth . . ..... 


io «o 




65, 925. 14 








Total 


4,084,539.85 10.80 


4,084,529.05 


200, 130. 51 




200, 130. 51 








IOWA. 

Third 


62,320.87 
49,304,98 




62,320.87 
49,304.98 


52,593.01 
169, 341. 18 




52, 593. 01 


Fonrth 






169. 341. 18 










Total 


111,625.85 




111,625.85 


221,934.19 




221, 934. 19 










KENTUCKY. 

Second \... 


4,216,468.96 
9,268,096.45 
2, 658, 603. 33 
2,897,905.90 
3,300,484.94 


90.22 
293.40 


4,216,378.74 
9, 267, 803. 05 
2, 658, 603. 33 
2,807,905.90 
3,297,295.34 


173,214.47 

1, 278, 351. 14 

119.935.47 

25,777.38 

4, 390. 13 


9.15 


173,205.32 
1, 278, 351. 14* 


Fifth 


Sixth 




119. 935. 47 


Seventh ......... 






25, 777. 38 


Eighth 


3, 189. 60 




4. 390. 13 








Total 


22,341,550.58 


3, 573. 22 


22,337,986.36 


1,601,668.59 


9.15 


1.601,659.44 






MicmoAN. 
First 


125,810.39 
40,281.31 




125,810.39 
40, 281. 31 


1,251,475.78 
55,555.66 




1,251,475.78 
55,555.66 


Fourth 


..^. ........ 








Total 


166,091.70 




166,09L70 


1,307,03L44 




1,307,03L44 








MIBflOUSI. 

First 


1,942,314.95 
171,429.82 




1,942,314.95 
171,429.82 


3,355,662.98 
73,492.55 




3,356,562.98 
73,492.55 


Sixth 












Total 


2,113,744.77 




2,113,744.77 


3,429,055.53 




3,429,055.53 








HBW JSBSKY. 

First 


117,997.57 
622, 810. 89 




117,997.57 
622,810.89 


37,498.72 
1,669,808.75 




37,408.72 
1,609,808.75 


Fifth 












Total 


740,808.46 




740^808.46 


1,707,307.47 




1,707,307.47 








NKW YORK. 

First 


3, 068, 560. 08 
346, 545. 11 
190, 154. 45 
265, 713. 17 
136,561.77 
733,656.70 




3.068,560.08 
346.545.11 
190,154.45 
264, 706. 07 
136,56L77 
733, 656. 70 


507,922.44 
892,430.79 
2,227,736.68 
397,518.28 
472, 790. 45 




507,922.44 
892,215.63 
2,227,736.68 
397,518.28 
472,790.45 
661,178.53 


Second 




215. 16 


Third 




Fourteenth 


1,007.10 




Twenty-first 




Twenty-eighth 










' -' " 




Total 


4,741,19L28 


1,007.10 


4.740.184.18 


5,049,577.17 


215.16 


5,049,362.01 



COMMISSIONER OF INTEENAL REVENUE. 



215 



A. — ^Recapitulation of Receipts from bach General Source op Internal 

^ Revenue, Etc.— Continued. 



DISTRICTS. 


DISTIIJiED SPIRITS. 


TOBACCO. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


NORTH CABOLINA 
Fourth ..- -- 


$132,634.99 
586,881.74 




$132, 634. 99 
586,592.82 


$791,486.44 
845,469.95 


$15.00 


$791,47L44 
845, 469. 95 


Fifth 


$288.92 






Total 


719, 516. 73 


288.92 


719, 227. 81 


1,636,956.39 


15.00 


1,636,94L39 


OHIO. 
-RHrat 


7,049,720.90 
123, 017. 95 
422, 844. 08 
181, 045. 88 




7, 049, 720. 90 

123,017.95 

422, 844. 08 

, 180, 876. 43 


1,461,421.25 
150,292.49 
246, 089. 53 
275, 548. 60 




1,461,421.25 
150. 292. 49 


Tenth 






ISlevAn til ...----•-•• 






246, 089. 53 


Eifrhteenth 


169.45 




275, 548. 60 








Total 


7,776,628.81 


169. 45 


7,776,459.36 


2, 133, 351. 87 




2. 133. 351. 87 








PENNSYLVANIA. 
First 


570, 324. 02 

387, 972. 86 

147, 926. 82 

4, 015, 071. 40 


1.78 
186. 30 


570, 322. 24 

387, 786. 56 

147, 926. 82 

4, 014, 976. 90 


1,350,064.99 

1, 466, 677. 47 

138, 025. 44 

782, 570. 55 




1,350,064.99 
1, 466, 677. 47 


ITinth 




Twelfth 




138, 025. 44 


Twenty-third 


94.50 




782, 570. 55 




Total 


5, 121, 295. 10 


282.58 


5,121,012.52 


3,737,338.45 




3. 737, 338. 45 




••>■••••■••• 




TENNESSEE. 
Second ..........••-• 


68,962.61 
682, 534. 49 




68, 962. 61 
682, 279. 56 


49,122.35 
120,47L68 




49, 122. 35 


Fifth 


254.93 


'a99.'73' 


120, 371. 95 






Total 


751, 497. 10 


254.93 


751, 242. 17 


169,594.03 


99.73 


169, 494. 30 






TEXAS. 

Third 


67, 309. 04 
52,257.41 




67,309.04 
51, 992. 43 


17, 178. 58 
9,645.77 




17, 178. 58 


^Fourth ......... 


264.98 




9, 645. 77 








Total 


119,566.45 


264.98 


119,301.47 


26, 824. 35 




26, 824. 35 








VIRGINIA. 

Second 


66,024.03 
232,744.50 




66,024.03 
232, 736. 10 


r- 

1, 470, 006. 22 
693, 140. 77 


• 


1, 470, 006. 22 


Sixth 


8.40 




693, 140. 77 








Total 


298,768.53 


8.40 


298,760.13 


2, 163, 146. 99 




2, 163, 146. 99 








WISCONSIN. 

First 


1,106,516.79 
72, 945. 13 




1, 106, 516. 79 
72, 945. 13 


528,493.60 
87, 579. 63 




528, 493. 60 


Becond 






87, 579. 63 










Total 


1, 179, 461. 92 




1,179,46L92 


616,073.23 




616, 073. 23 











a From "Not otherwise provided for." 



1 



216 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



A. — Recapitulation of Kkckiits from each Gkxkkal Source of Internal 

Revenue, etc. — Continued. # 



DISTRICTS. 


FRRMBNTED UQUOBS. 


OLEOMARGARINE. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


CAUFOBinA. 

First 


$581,799.15 
110,110.80 




$581,799.15 
110,110.80 


$7,911.40 


' 


$7,911.40 


Fourth .. - . 


















Total 


691, 909. 95 




691,909.95 


7,911.40 




7,911.40 








n.T.INOIS. 

First 


2,743,064.90 

92, 697. 78 

138, 915. 39 

135. 918. 67 




2,743,064.90 

92.697.78 

138, 915. 39 

135, 918. 07 


878. 755. 54 
7, 596. 00 
6, 580. 00 
2,400.00 




878, 755. 54 


Fifth 


•••••••••••• 




7,506.00 


Ei^lith 






6,580.00 


Thirteenth 






2,400.00 










Total 


3,110,596.74 




3,110,596.74 


895,331.54 




895, 331. 54 










INDIANA. 

Sixth 


329, 867. 67 
261, 510. 21 




329, 867. 67 
201, 516. 21 


38,724.48 
3, 872. 00 




38,724.48 


SeA'enth 






3, 872. 00 










Total 


591 383 88 




591, 383. 88 


42,596.48 




42, 596. 48 












IOWA. 

Third 


57,131.97 
83,525.86 




57, 131. 97 
83, 525. 86 


468.00 
7, 154. 66 




468.00 


Fourth 






7, 1.54. 66 










Total 


140. 657. 83 * 




140, 657. 83 


7, 622. 66 




7, 622. 66 










KENTUCKY. 

Second 


7, 444. 61 

206, 460. 26 

115, 124. 52 

2, 293. 93 

4, 176. 77 




7,444.61 

181, 9U6. 14 

115, 124. 52 

2,293.93 

4, 176. 77 


332.00 

3, 200. 00 

2, 672. 00 

976.00 

231.00 




332.00 


Fifth 


a$24, 554.12 




3, 200. 00 


Sixth 




2, 672. 00 


Seventh 






976. 00 


Eighth 






234.00 










Total 


335, 500. 09 


24, 554. 12 


310,945.97 


7,414.00 


, 


7, 414. 00 








MICHIGAN. • 

First 


519, 078. 97 
74. 806. 50 




549, 678. 97 
74, 806. 50 


21,196.00 
6,618.00 




21, 196. 00 


Fourth 






6, 018. 00 










Total 


624,485.47 




624,485.47 


27, 814. 00 




27,814.00 










MISSOURI. 

First 


1, 866, 628. 54 
170, 441. 76 




1, 866, 628. 54 
170, 441. 76 


20, 432. 00 
32, 192. 70 


/ 


20, 432. CO 


Sixth 






32, 192. 70 










Total 


2. 037, 070. 30 




2. 037, 070. 30 


52,624.70 




52, 624. 70 










NEW JERSEY. 

First 


51,369.39 
1, 716, 827. 47 




51,369.39 
1,716,827.47 


1. 872. 00 
6, 644. 00 




1,872.00 


Fifth 






* 6, 644. 00 










Total 


I, 768, 196. 86 




1, 768, 196. 86 


8, 516. 00 




8, 516. 00 










NEW YORK. 

First 


2, 187, 147. 97 

487, 068. 36 

3, 643. 736. 92 

1 130 158 11 


23.50 


2,187,124.47 
487, 068. 36 

3, 643, 736. 92 

1,130,158.11 
416, 834. 97 

1, 253, 373. 40 


702.00 
1, 778. 00 
2, 338. 00 
388.00 
720.00 
524.00 




702.00 


Sftcond 




1,778.00 


Third 






2, 3:{8. 00 


Fourteenth 






388.00 


Twenty-firfit 

Twenty eighth 


416, 834. 97 
1, 253, 373. 40 






720.00 






524.00 








Total 


9, 1 18, 319. 73 


23.50 


9, 118, 296. 23 


6,450.00 

— ^^^^— — ^ 




6,450.00 







; =: 



a From "Not otherwise provided for." 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



217 



A.— Recapitulation of Recbipts from kach General Source of Internal 

Revenue, etc.— Continued. 



DISTRICTS. 


FERMENTED UQUOR8. 


OLBOMABOARTNE. 


Total. 


Befunded. 


Net totAl. 


Total. 


Befunded. 


Ket total. 


NOBTH CAROLINA. 
Fourth 


$1,186.68 
708.34 





$1,186.68 
708.34 


$294.00 
M2 on 




$204.00 
232. 00 


Fifth 














Total 


1,895.02 




1,895.02 


526.00 




526. (K) 










OHIO. 

First 


1,249,717.43 
393, 880. 74 
297,331.84 
516, 857. 22 




1,249,717.43 
393, 880. 74 
297,33L84 
516,857.22 


7,431.58 

756.00 

17,737.38 

57, 960. 52 




7,43L58 
756. 0& 


Tenth 


, 




Sleventl) ........... 






17. 737. 38 


Hichteenth 






57, 960. 52 










Total 


2,457.787.23 




2, 457, 787. 23 


83, 885. 48 




- 83. 885. 48 










PENNSYLVANIA. 

First 


2,026,823.16 
105,923.89 
421,689.83 
689,304.87 




2,026,823.16 
105,923.89 
421, 689. 83 
689,304.87 


9^2U. 12 

1, 496. 00 

902. 00 

16,444.00 




9, 214. 12 
1, 496. CO 


Ninth 




Twelfth 






902.00 


Twentv-third 






16. 444. 00 












3,243,741.75 




3,243,741.75 


28,056.12 




28, 056. 12 










T^NNRSSBB. 

Second 


25, 261. 74 
54,116.13 




25, 261. 74 
54, 116. 13 


884.00 
6, 770. 00 




884.00 


Fifth 






5, 770. 00 




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






Total 


79, 377. 87 




79, 377. 87 


6, 654. 00 




6. 654. 00 










TRXAS. 

Third 


154, 933. 16 
62, 544. 72 


___^__^ 


154,933.16 
62, 544. 72 


7,852.00 
3,464.00 




7,852.00 
3. 464. 00 














Total 


217,477.88 




217, 477. 88 


11, 310. 00 


• -Jk 


11, 316. 00 








TIBOINIA. 

Second 


24,868.84 
48,598.32 




24, 868. 84 
48, 598. 82 


3,824.00 
402.00 


w 


3,824.00 
402.00 


Sixth... 




9 










Total 


73, 467. 16 




73,467.16 


4,226.00 




4, 226. 00 










WISCONSIN. 

First 


2,386,79L86 
325, 348. 15 




2, 386, 791. 86 
325, 348. 15 


3, 736. 00 
4,772.00 




3, 736. 00 


Second 


c. 




4, 772. 00 










Total 


2,712,140.01 




2,712,140.01 


8, 508. 00 




8,508.00 









218 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A. — Recapitulation of Receipts from each General Source of Internal 

Rkvenue^ etc.— Continued. 





BANKS AND BANKERS. 


M 


[SCKLLANEOl 


rs. 


DISTRICTS. 






Total. 


Befimded. 


Net total. 


Total. 


Kefnnded. 


Net total. 


CALIFOBNIA. 

First 






% 


$410.00 
.04 




$410.00 
.04 


Fourth. .......... 








•••••«••««•• 














Total 








410.04 




410.04 




..... 










ILUMOIS. 
First 








85.00 




85.4K) 


Fifth 












Eighth 








33.33 
17.20 




33 33 


Thirteenth 










17.20 














Total 


1 

1 




133.53 




135.53 












INDIANA. 

Sixth 


^ 




• 






Seventh ............ 
























Total 
















! 




IOWA. 
Third 














Fourth ........... 




























Total 




























KENTUCKY. 
Second .......... 


........ 






45.62 
.61 




45.62 


Fifth 






$0.61 




Sixth 










Seventh ............ 














Eishth 








180. 70 




180.70 


■*^*ft-" "" 

Total J| 












i 




226.03 


.61 1 226.32 









MICHIGAN. 

First 


<* 












Fourth ........ 








2.05 




2.05 




1 








Total 






2.05 




2.05 




1 






MISSOURI. 

First 








*" 5. 83 




5.8.^ 


Sixth 


























Total 








5.83 




5.83 














NEW JERBRT. 

First 














Kfth 








1.80 




1.80 














Total.. 








L80 




1.80 














NEW TOBK. 

First 








81.78 




81.78 


Second. .......... 














Third 








13' 




13 


Fourteenth ......... 








50 




50 


Twentv-flrst 












T'wentv>eifirhth. ..... 








40 




40 














Total 








82.81 




82.81 




■r 1 — — ■- 









I 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



219 



A. — ^Recapitulation of Receipts from each General Source of Internal 

Revenue, etc. — Continued. 



DISTRICTS. 


BANKS AND BANKERS. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net totAl. 


NOBTH CAKOUNA. 

f onrtli ............. 








$31.46 
68.22 




$31.46 
68 22 


Fifth 






















Total 








99.68 




99.68 














OHIO. 

First 








2.72 




2.72 


Tenth 












Eleventh 














Ei shteenth 





















^ ^ 








Total 


• 






2.72 




2. 72 














PENNSYLVANIA. 

First 




« 




7.59 
50.00 




7.59 


Ninth 










50.00 


Twelfth 






• 






Twenty-third 








830. 13 




830.13 














Total 








887.72 




887.72 














TENNESSEE. 

Second 














Fifth 




























Total 




























TEXAS. 

Third 














Fourth - 




























Total 


















*" 










YIBGINIA. 

Second 








95 
22.79 




95 


Sixth 










22.79 












Total 








23.74 




23.74 












WISCONSIN. 

'First 








7.40 




7.40 


Seoond 














' 1 










Total 


1 
..............1............ 




7.40 




7.40 




i 




. 




_ 















220 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A. — Recapitulation of Receipts from each General Source of Internal 

Revenue, etc. — Continaed. 



DISTRICTS. 


PBNALTIB8, ETC. 


AGaBEOATB BBOEIFTB. 


TotaL 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


Total.. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


_ — .^ 

CAUFOBNIA. 

First 


$5,347.25 
3,198.80 


$3.13 


$5,344.12 
3, 198. 80 


$1,574,702.05 
333,226.50 


$46.70 
111.65 


$1. 674. 656. 35 


Fourtb .... 


333. 114. 85 








Total 


8,546.05 


3. 13 


8, 542. 92 


1,907,928.55 


157.35 


1, 907, 771. 20 






njJNOis. 
First 


11,222.83 


189.39 


11,033.44 


8,614,476.09 

13,834,904.32 

7,966,532.70 

526,320.75 


192.24 
252.90 


8,614,283.85 


Fifth 


13. 834, 661. 42 


Eichth 


694.67 
2,355.22 




694.67 
2,355.22 


7, 966, 532. 70 


Thirteenth 






526. 320. 76 










Total 


14, 272. 72 


189.39 


14,083.33 


30, 942, 233. 86 


445.14 


30, 941, 788. 72 






INDIANA. 

Sixth 


1,430.19 
.586.32 




1,430.19 
586.32 


2,461,744.64 
2, 468, 922. 59 




2, 451, 744. 64 


SeveDth ............ 




10.80 


2,468,911.79 








Total 


2,016.51 




2, 016. 51 


4, 920, 667. 23 


10.80 


4, 920. 656. 43 








IOWA. 

Third 


3,301.26 
3, 146. 34 


59.50 
23.33 


3,24L76 
3,123.01 


175, 815. 11 
312,473.02 


59.50 
23.33 


175. 756. 61 


Fourth 


312, 449. 69 






Total 


6,447.60 


8183 


6,364.77 


488,288.13 


82.83 


488. 205. 30 






KBNTUCKT. 

Second . 


• 2,441.38 

6,419.81 

734.06 

7,100.85 

5, 565. 65 


7.29 


2,434.09 
6,419.81 
734. 06 
7, 100. 85 
5,565.66 


4,899,947.04 
10,762,528.27 
2,897,069.38 
2,934,054.06 
3,315,032.19 


106.66 
24,848.13 


4, 399, 840. 38 


Fifth 


10, 737, 680. 14 


Sixth 




2. 897. 069. 38 


Seventh 






2, 934, 054. 06 


Eighth 




3,189.60 


3. 311. 842. 59 








Total 


22, 261. 75 


7.29 


22,254.46 


24, 308, 630. 94 


28,144.89 


24. 280. 486. 65 






MICHIGAN. 

First 


892.25 
1,330.37 




892.25 
1,330.37 


1,949,053.39 
178,593.80 




1.949.053.39 


Fourth 






178,593.89 


i 








Total 


2,222.62 




2.222.62 


2, 127, 647. 28 




2, 127, 647. 28 










MISSOURI. 

First 


2,623.80 
1, 535. 68 


25.00 


2,598.80 
1, 535. 68 


7, 187, 568. 10 
449, 092. 51 


25.00 


7. 187, 543. 10 


Sixth 


449, 092. 61 










Total 


4, 159. 48 


25.00 


4,134.48 


7, 636, 660. 81 


25.00 


7,636,636.61 




NEW JBBSET. 

First 


363. 22 
5,417.05 




363.22 
6,417.05 


t 

209, 100. 90 
4,021,509.96 




209. 100. 90 


Filth 






4,021,509.96 








Total 


5,780.27 




6,780.27 


4, 230, 610. 86 




4. 230, 610. 86 










NEW TOBK. 

First 


254.27 

1, 807. 50 

1,522.35 

424.83 

375.95 

2, 105. 75 


23.60 


230.77 

1,807.50 

1,522.35 

424.83 

366.57 

2, 105. 75 


5, 764, 668. 54 
1,729,629.76 
6, 065, 488. 53 
1,794,202.89 
1, 027, 283. 14 
2,540,838.78 


47.00 
215. 16 


5,764,621.54 
1, 729. 414. 60 


Second 


Third 




6, 065. 488. 53 


Fourteenth 




1, 007. 10 
9.38 
..^. ......•■ 


1, 793, 195. 79 


Twenty-first 

Twenty-eighth 


9.38 


1,027,273.76 
2, 540, 838. 78 




Total 


6,490.65 


32.88 


6,457.77 


18,922,111.64 


1, 278. 64 


18,920.833.00 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



221 



A.—Begapituultiok of Bbcbipts from bach Grnbrai. Source of Internal 

Revenue, etc.— Continued. 



DTSTBiCTS. 


PENALTIES, ETC. 


AOOSBOATB BECBIPT8. 


Total. 


Befnnded. 


Net total. 


Total. 


Befnnded. 


Net total. 


HOBTH CAROLINA. 


12,841.75 
7,946.06 


$12.50 
15.67 


$2,829.25 
7, 930. 39 


$928,475.32 
1,441,306.81 


$27.50 
304.09 


$928,447.82 
1,441,001.72 


Wth 




Total 


10,787.81 


28.17 


10,759.64 


2, 369, 781. 63 


332.09 


2,360,449.54 




omo. 
First 


1,208.17 

454.28 

21.24 

1,558.57 




1,208.17 

454.28 

21.24 

1,558.57 


9,769,502.05 
668, 401. 46 
984,024.07 

1,032,970.79 




9,769,502.05 
668,401.46 
984,024.07 

1,032,801.34 


Tenth ..... 






!E1a venth ........ 






Eiffhtfieiitli ......... 




169.45 






Total 


8,242.26 




3,242.26 


12,454,898.37 


169.45 


12,454,728.92 






PENNSYLVANIA. 

First 


6, 874. 28 

56.41 

71.65 

13,874.87 




5,874.28 

66.41 

71. 65 

13,864.87 


3, 962, 308. 16 

1,962,176.63 

708, 615. 74 

5, 518, 095. 82 


1.78 
186.80 


/ 
1 

1 

3,962,306.38 
1. 961, 990. 33 


Ninth 




Twelfth 




708, 615. 74 


ITwenty-third 


10.00 


104.50 


5, 517, 991. 32 


Total 


19, 877. 21 


10.00 


19,867.21 


12,151,196.35 


292.58 


12. 150, 903. 77 






TENNESSEE. 

Second - 


1, 804. 52 
1, 364. 18 




1, 804. 52 
1, 314. 18 


146,035.22 
864,256.48 




146,035.22 
863,851.82 


Fifth 


50.00 


404.66 




Total 


3, 168. 70 


50.00 


3, 118. 70 


1, 010, 291. 70 


404.66 

I .. . 


1,009,887.04 




TEXAS. 

Third 


583.87 
1,331.94 


8.33 
12.50 


575.54 
1,319.44 


247,856.65 
120, 243. 84 


• 8.33 
277.48 


247,848.32 
128, 966. 36 


Fourth 






1, 915. 81 


20.83 


Xf o«f4* vO 


377,100.49 


285.81 


376,814.68 




TIBGINIA. 

Second 


447.12 
7,972.21 


120.00 


327. 12 
7, 972. 21 


1,665,171.16 
982,880.59 


120.00 
8.40 


1, 565, 051. 16 
982,872.19 


Sixth 






Total.. 


8,419.83 


120.00 


8, 299. 33 


2,548,051.75 


128.40 


2,547,923.35 




Wisconsin. 
I'irst 


595.56 
1, 006. 00 




595. 56 
li 006. 00 


4,026,141.21 
491, 650. 91 




4, 026, 141. 21 
491,650.91 


Second 












Total 


1,601.56 




1,601.56 


4,517,792.12 




4,517,792.12 









222 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



A.— Receipts from each Specific Source 



1 
a 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

LU 

LI 

L2 

L3 

L4 

15 

LO 

17 

L8 

l» 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 



STATES AND TERRI- 
TOBTES. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Massachusetts . . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina . 
Ohio 



Oregon 

Pennsylvania . 
South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Virginia 

West Virginia . 
Wisconsin 



Total 



Collections for fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1893 



DIOTILLBD SPIBITB. 



9 S 

^ ® 

Xi PI 

ill 

2C 



$4,816.99 

5, 162. 75 

345, 366. 30 

65.70 

17, 171. 08 



7, 395. 88 

76, 482. 22 

1, 160. 51 

258.30 

1, 533. 70 

82, 44.'>. 91 

688.61 

56, 151. 43 



7, 735. 50 
215. 26 



32.40 

121,498.97 

2, 118. 60 

289, 380. 87 

49, 666. 24 

22, 111. 42 

1, 116. 00 

20, 523. 62 

2,333.46 

62, 397. 33 

4, 862. 98 

99, 653. 95 

5, 161. 32 



1,287,497.30 



1, 518, 787. 02 






1^ o 



$9, 786. 78 

70,412.39 

248, 329. 90 

84.60 

224, 672. 40 

63.00 

271,923.04 

24, 973. 726. 62 

3, 897; 169. 04 



22, 127, 940. 00 

97, 015. 50 

1.914,737.86 

770. 972. 42 

5.40 

1, 566, 864. 90 

1, 905, 127. 92 



1, 829, 846. 70 

16,911.90 

434, 148. 30 



3,410, 

640, 

7,343, 

71. 

4,706, 

44, 

626^ 

12, 

128, 

315, 

952, 



717. 20 
555. 95 
389.11 
325.96 
263.12 
161. 14 
586. 67 
434. 81 
771. 41 
760.65 
445.53 



78,612,150.22 



87,712,513.03 



8g 

OD 

es £ 

si 



& 



$487.50 



9,333.34 

666.67 

2, 266. 67 



1,166.67 
8,170.82 
1, 950. 00 
658.34 
75.00 
4, 900. 00 
1,729.17 

3. 533. 33 
4, 954. 10 

200.00 

1, 850. 00 

3, 462. 60 

400.00 

108.33 

250.00 

2,950.00 

200.00 

21, 295. 84 

783.34 

5. 408. 34 
883.34 

13, 550. 01 

75.00 

1,675.01 

1, 933. 34 

500.00 

400.00 

2, 433. 33 



98,250.05 



95, 308. 51 



l-U 



$200.00 

7,' 666.' 66 



600.00 



200.00 
8,650.00 



50.00 



4,375.00 
1,800.00 
6, 100. 00 
6, 150. 00 
983.33 
1,000.00 
6,400.00 



200.00 



733.33 



16, 145. 83 
800.00 

11, 900. 00 
200.00 

17, 133. 34 



600.00 
400.00 

1, 633. 33 
200.00 

3, 800. 00 



97, 254. 16 



87, 100. 02 



COMMISSIONEB OF INTERNAL REYENTTE. 



223 



OF Internal Revenue, etc. — Continaed. 



DIBTUXBD BPIBITB. 


Wine made in imitation of cham- 
pagne, and liquors produced by 
Demg rectified, eto., in bottles 
containing not more €han 1 pint, 
per bottle or package, 10 cents. 


Wine made in imitation of cham- 
pa^e, and liquors produced by 
being rectified, etc., in bottles 
containing more than 1 pint and 
not more than 1 quart, per bot- 
tle or package, 20 cents. 


And at the same rate for any 
larger quantity of such mer- 
chandise, however put up or 
whatever may be the package. 


Dealers, retail liquor (special tax). 


Dealers, wholesale liquor (speoial 
tax), $100. 


• 

Manufacturers of stills (special 
tax), $50. 


• 








$30,026.91 
13, 515. 61 

305, 972. 43 
67,019.57 

111, 185. 58 

11. 147. 95 
31,938.59 

381,799.20 
177, 707. ir 
104,859.20 
60,874.80 
91,477.06 
114,544.02 
143, 956. 32 
108, 742. 61 
160,011.29 

88. 187. 96 
168, 808. 01 

54, 131. 33 
79,719.87 
71,434.44 

173, 746. 17 
23, 390. 65 

920, 991. 80 
24,887.83 

357,471.22 
62,775.52 

321,639.53 
9,827.32 
54,112.43 
92, 810. 30 
64,518.17 
30,377.66 

209, 284. 75 


$6,358.36 
4,216.69 

36,975.00 
5,675.00 
9,008.35 

1. 125. 00 
2, 953. 35 

28. 100. 00 
6,533.46 

5. 800. 01 
2, 524. 99 

19, 872. 98 

12. 250. 01 
13,895.81 

18. 050. 02 
4,891.68 
6,779.16 

21, 900. 01 
4,091.66 
4,520.84 
1,983.33 
7,450.02 
1,700.00 

82,141.37 
2,639.19 

35, 533. 32 
6, 154. 18 

40, 750. 01 

408.33 

6,095.86 

7. 125. 02 
3, 691. 67 
1,066.84 

11,449.98 




1 
o 
















$83.33 


3 

A 


. 








............a... 






5 








• 


fi 


._ 






68.75 

164.59 

4.17 


7 








Q 








g 








10 










11 








58.33 


12 








13 








95.83 


14 




■ 




15 










16 






• • • • 




17 








70.83 


18 








19 










20 










21 








66.67 


22 








23 








79.17 

104.18 

50.00 


24 








25 






«•••••• m ■•*••« 


26 








27 




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




54.17 


28 








29 










30 










31 










32 










33 








8.33 


34 
















4,722,893.27 


423,711.50 


908.35 














- 




4, 867, 324. 39 


425, 339. 27 


1, 325. 01 











224 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A. — Rbceipi's from bach Specific Sourck 



1 

2 
3 

5 
6 
7 
8 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 



DISTILLED SPIKIT8. 



STATES AND TERRITORIES. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut ...... 

Florida 

Georgia -. 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Massachusetts . . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevr Hampshire. 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina. . 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania ... 
South Carolina . . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

"Virginia 

"West Virifinia... 
Wisconsin 



Total 



Collections for fiscal year ended June 30, 1893 



to 

a 

S3 • 
««»■ 

Si 






CO 



$200.00 



170.00 
60.00 
20.00 



360.00 



240.00 
20.00 



240.00 



200.00 



200.00 

80.00 

720.00 



120.00 



40.00 



2,670.00 



4,440.00 



a V 

a 

CO 



$762.20 



241.60 
5.50 



10, 130. 30 



411. 10 
776.00 



15.00 
'239.'26 



45.40 

i,'26i.'36' 

"'29.' so" 



13,917.40 



8, 123. 30 



p< 

1 

3 

a 

o 

I 

o 



I 



$51. 

93, 

954, 

73, 

364, 

12. 

315, 

25,477, 

4,084, 

111. 

65, 

22,341. 

228, 

2, 139, 

909, 

166, 

1,664. 

2,113. 

58, 

1. 914, 

90, 

740. 

27, 

4,741, 

719, 

7,776, 

142, 

5.121, 

56, 

751, 

119, 

298, 

352, 

1, 179, 



876.54 

307.44 
022.50 
511.54 
904.08 
335.95 
816.28 
395.05 
539.85 
625.85 
008 49 
559.58 
027.31 
121.68 
665.21 
091.70 
682.02 
744.77 
838.25 
395.74 
612.07 
808.46 
409.25 
191.28 
516.73 
628.81 
455.00 
295.10 
805.25 
497.10 
566.45 
768.53 
966.47 
461.92 



85,259,252.25 



94,720,260.55 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, 
or Internal RKV>;Kt!B, ktc— t'outiuvieil. 




226 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A.—Receipts from each Specific Source 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 



STATES AND 
TERRITORIES. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas ■... 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Massachusetts. . . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire. 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina.. 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania — 
South Carolina . . 
Tennessee ....... 

Texas 

Virginia 

West Virginia... 
Wisconsin 



FERMENTED UQUOBS. 



'I 

so 

S o 
t a 



OD > 



£ 



.43 OS 

SI 

OS 
§ 

ODiO 

Ill 



$33, 623. 98 



667, 988. 29 
174, 010. 52 
401, 134. 59 



72, 

3, 061, 

569, 

124. 

5, 

327, 

247, 

759, 

1, 154, 

606, 

361, 

2,018, 

67, 

164, 

336. 

1,750, 

4, 

9, 035, 



525. 46 
874. 01 
861. 56 
919. 06 
426. 79 
318. 76 
391. 25 
043.90 
720. 32 
411.15 
030. 08 
683. 61 
651. 06 
900. 82 
979. 04 
251. 32 
248.53 
Q94. 35 



2, 424, 397. 93 

160, 861. 79 

3, 189 258. 78 

8, 824. 89 

75, 949. 94 

173, 846. 16 

70, 355. 50 

102, 952. 67 

2, 683, 137. 90 



$2, 429. 16 
433. 33 
150. 00 



50.00 
341.67 
279. 20 
145.83 



100.00 



200. 00 
112. 50 
720. 83 

1, 837. 51 
366. 68 

1, 147. 92 
316. 67 
154. 17 
520. 83 
100.00 

2, 320. 85 



ift 2 

4^ SB 
§1 

ss 
§a 

9 «^ 
^ a® 



$800.00 



9,541.68 
2, 578. 32 
2, 000. 00 



254.17 
1, 237. 51 
1, 514. 58 



412.50 



600.00 
966.67 



433. 33 

11, 029. 18 

4, 084. 36 

2, 133. 33 

300. 00 
2,041.67 
1, 308. 33 
3, 975. 00 
3, 466. 67 
5, 841. 67 
7, 150. 00 
2, 791. 67 
1, 658. 33 
1, 425. 00 

400.00 
3, 300. 01 

500.00 
24, 766. 65 



11, 658. 35 
2, 341. 66 

20, 250. 01 
100.00 
600. 00 
866. 67 
500. 00 



12, 916. 67 



Total 30,834,674.01 



Collections for fiscal 
year ended June 
30,1893 



31, 962, 743. 15 



16, 712. 58 140, 758. 56 



18, 583. 34 



150,083.44 



% 



OS s^ 



5 

o 
^ 



$2, 460. 82 

619. 16 

3. 775. 82 

2. 758. 35 
2, 460. 85 

186.66 

1, 320. 01 

20, 588. 46 

7. 487. 80 

3. 878. 36 
6, 320. 26 
2, 834. 22 
2, 152. 50 
2, 599. 15 
3, 860. 78 
4, 715. 95 

6. 010. 82 
5, 149. 17 

1. 050. 83 
5, 049. 56 

7. 585. 81 
4, 422. 55 

411. 67 
26, 670. 86 

665.83 
5, 114. 21 

938. 33 
9, 520. 84 
1, 926. 74 

813.35 

26, 444. 26 

1, 036. 67 

838.84 
8, 140. 03 



179,809.51 



e 

o 

S 
« 

JS 

o 



^ 



174, 043. 08 



$1, 566. 69 
1,241.67 
8, 175. 00 

4. 195. 83 
7, 883. 40 

822. 92 
1, 310. 43 
16, 763. 42 
9, 670. 96 
9, 581. 25 
4,413.34 
3,205.44 
2,775.01 

4. 295. 84 
10,216.65 

6,795.87 

9, 958. 35 

10, 079. 17 

2. 791. 67 
11,478.35 

4, 585. 43 
9, 702. 15 
1,587.49 

29, 467. 02 
1, 229. 19 

16, 362. 57 
1, 65». 33 

23, 197. 54 
212. 53 

2. 014. 68 
15, 908. 30 

1, 574. 99 
1, 133. 36 
6, 978. 74 



242, 833. 38 



243, 530. 06 



I 
g 

a 

u 



• 2 

o a* 



$ 



s 

o 



$38, 

1, 

691, 

183, 

413, 

I, 

75, 

3, 110, 

591, 

140, 

16, 

335, 

253, 

770, 

1, 172, 

624, 

385, 

2, 037, 

74. 

183, 

349, 

1,768, 

6, 

9, 118, 

1, 

2. 457, 

167, 

3,243, 

11, 

79, 

217, 

73, 

105, 

2,712, 



451.49 
860.83 
909.95 
9^6.35 
028.84 
009.58 
639.23 
696. 74 
383. 8fi 
667.83 
460. 39 
600.09 
627. 09 
113. 89 
376. 82 
485. 47 
986. 76 
070. 30 
299. 81 
170.40 
704.45 
196.86 
847. 69 
319. 73 
895. 02 
787. 23 
037. 62 
741. 75 
064.16 
377. 87 
477.88 
467.16 
524. 87 
140.01 



31,414,788.04 



32, 548, 983. 07 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 
ofIntkbnalRevibn'UB, Etc. — Continued. 



^7 



OLBOKAftOABOnB. 



h 
9 



I 

o 



$3,850.40 
'i22*637.'26' 



811,739.24 

28,922.48 

2,214.C6 

205,483.22 



14.20 



22,73«.70 
67,"485.*98 



50,243.48 

11.32 

4,810.12 



1,328,558.00 



1,301,236.60 



o;s 



$1, 400. 00 
2,' 350. 66 



2,700.00 
600.00 



2,400.00 



000.00 



1, 200. 00 



11, 260. 00 



15,350.00 



92, 689. 60 

2, 330. 00 

932.00 

3, 946. 00 

15,262.00 
4,984.00 
2,850.00 

73,072.30 

11,274.00 
3, 928. 00 
0, 152. 00 
6, 094. 00 
2. 382. 00 
5, 664. 00 
9,742.00 

19,374.00 
1, 330. 00 

24, 648. 00 
2, 568. 00 
8, 252. 00 
1, 512. 00 
7, 516. 00 
588.00 
2, 670. 00 
526. 00 

20, 602. 00 
3, 190. 00 

14, 166. 00 
1, 700. 00 
3, 454. 00 
3,836.00 
1,566.00 
8,330.00 
6,148.00 



276,277.90 



238,414.00 



I 



II 



4S*§ 
'o 

.a 



92,920.00 
480.00 
1,720.00 
2,610.00 
2,840.00 
480.00 
1, 920. 00 
7,820.00 
1,800.00 
1,480.00 



1,320.00 
1, 520. 00 
4,880.00 
11,480.00 
8,440.00 
3,720.00 
4, 640. 00 
4,520.00 
1, 920. 00 
1,080.00 
1,000.00 
420.00 
3, 780. 00 



2,840.00 
5, 064. 00 
9,080.00 
360.00 
3,200.00 
7.480.00 
2, 660. 00 
1,560.00 
2,360.00 



107, 394. 00 



115, 6a. 00 



i 



§ . 

I 
s 

I 



^,600. 

2,810. 

7, 911. 

6,556. 
142,489. 

5,464. 

4,770. 

895, 831. 

42, 696. 

7,622. 
217, 035. 

7,414. 

8,902. 
10,558. 
21, 222. 
27, 814, 

5,050. 
52,624. 

7,088. 
72,657. 

2, 692. 

8, 616. 

1,008. 

6,450. 

526. 

83,885. 

8, 265. 
28,056. 

2,060. 

6,654. 
11,316. 

4, 226. 

4,890. 

8,508. 



60 
00 
40 
00 
20 
00 
00 
54 
48 
66 
22 
00 
00 
20 
00 
00 
00 
70 
00 
98 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
48 
32 
12 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



1,723,479.90 



1,670,643.50 



1 

2 

8 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

26 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

84 






228 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A. — Rbceipts from each Specific Source 





STATES AND TER- 
RITORTES. 


BANK8 AKD RANKBB8. 


MISCKLLAITBOUS. 


• 


Circulation issued l)y any bank, 
etc., or person, per month, xi of 
1 per cent. 


Bank circulation exceeding 90 per 
cent of capital, in addition, per 
month, 4 of 1 per cent. 


Banks, bankers, and other parties 
liable on amount of notes of any 
person. State bank, or State 
bankiue association, or of any 
town, city, or municipal corpo- 
ration, paid out by them, 10 per 
cent. 


Total collections on banks and 
bankers. 


Opium manufactured for smoking 
purposes, per pound, $10. 


Collections hot otherwise herein 
provided for. 


Total of miscellaneous. 


1 


Alabama 


■' 


• 




1 
! 


2 


A rkanMM . . , . t t . ^ t - 










r 


3 


California ............. 








$410.00 


$0.04 > >410.04 
.20 1 .20. 
.91 ' 01 


4 


rSolorado . ... 


........ ..| 

..-. ..i-- 




5 


Connecticut 


; 








6 


Florida 














7 


Oeorfiria ............... 




1 








8 


Illinois 




'.'.\V^V.'Z\.\V.\. '.'.'.,.'.. 




136.53 


135.53 


9 


Indiana. 


1 


i 




10 


Iowa .............. 


i 


.......... .^ ..... 








u 


TTavihaa -- 






( 




••«••••« 




12 


Kcntnckv ............. 






.............. ..1- 




226.93 

72.85 

2.36 


226.93 

72.85 

2.36 


13 


Tionisiana 


$2.26 






r2. 26 




14 


Maryland 








15 


Massachusetts 


...•.•..i...*...... 






16 


Michifiran , 


1 


1 




2.05 

20.01 

5.83 


2.05 

20.01 

5.83 


17 


Minnesota. ............ 






..-. ..i- -- 




18 


Micmnnri 












19 


Montana. 












20 


l^'ebraaka 






... 






.16. 


.16 


21 


New Hamnshire ....... 












?I2 


New Jersey 












1.80 


1.80 


23 


New Mexico 








' 




21 


New York 












82.81 

99.68 

2.72 

.10 

887.72 


82.81 

99.68 

2.72 

.10 

887.72 


25 


North, Carolina 


1 








26 


Ohio 












27 


Oreiron ................ 












28 


Pennsylvania 












29 


South Carolina 












30 


Tennessee 
















31 


Texas 
















32 


Virginia 












23.74 


23.74 


33 


West Virarinia 












34 


Wisconsin 












7.40 


7.40 




Total.. 














2.26 






2.26 


410. UO 


1,572.84 


1,982.84 




Collections for fiscal 
year ended June 30, 
1893 






1 


••»•»••• 








125.00 


6,90a24 


7,033.24 















COMMISSIONER OF INTEBNiX BEVENUE. 



229 



OF iNTERNikL Bevsnue, ETC. — Continued. 



PENALTIES, ETC. 




i 

1 
1 

a 

s 

a 
P 


1 

§ 

|i 

S 

-a 
g' 


1 

8,8 

•si 
1^ 

1 


1 
§ 

ft 

1 
£ 


• 

1 


• 


1 
1 
1 

• 

i 

1 

'S 

H 








$1,102.75 


$314.45 

263.05 

3,652.60 

372.80 

1, 128. 07 

40.00 

1,288.85 

9.857.42 

93.04 

145.00 




$155.00 


$]«572. 20 
;263. 05 
CL546.05 
1507.36 
2, 020. 15 
#969.83 
2. 020. 38 

1^272.72 
2(016. 51 
6,447.60 
1,499.12 

22, 261. 75 
1,297.82 
4, 201. 85 
9,695 62 
2,222.62 
210.00 
4, 150. 48 


1 








2 


$2,057.47 

6.96 

31.51 

2.42 

91.87 

310.07 




2,756.23 


$1.25 

.65 

20.70 

1.22 

26.33 

44.02 

319. 82 

42.98 

2^65 

4,309.45 

13.36 

87.21 

5.48 

10.50 


78.50 

126. 95 

536.23 

181.50 

345.27 

2, 150. 25 

1, 103. 65 

524.38 

281.40 

123.84 

787.54 

89.52 

5, 336. 74 

270.05 


3 




4 


' 


303.64 

744.69 

27.72 

1,910.06 

500.00 

4,775.05 

1,208.30 

55.10 

300.00 

931.79 

4,307.79 

1,000.00 

185.00 

1, 982. 76 


5 




6 


1240.29 


7 
8 




9 


960.19 

6.77 

17,343.54 

96.92 

34.20 

45.61 

5.07 




10 




11 


25.00 


404.82 

100.00 

3,05d.l3 


12 
13 




14 




15 




928.00 

25.00 

1, 185. 00 


16 




17 


27.70 




2.95 


961. 07 


18 


.....•..•.•••. 


19 






889.20 

1, 150. 00 

10.00 

10.00 

580.16 

8,b29.57 

1, 132. 96 


782.46 

294. 70 

5,315.00 


9.05 

3.80 

55.15 

25.80 

39.43 

459. 72 

.03 

2.88 

0.77 

8.42 

20.41 

5.60 

25.39 

.24 




1, 680. 71 
2. 131. 18 
5. 780. 27 

307. 39 

6,490.65 

10. 787. 81 

3, 242. 26 

194.65 
19,877.21 

284.01 
3, 168. 70 
1,915.81 
8,419.33 

980. 10 
1,601.56 


20 


5.50 

258.63 

19.49 

2,075.04 

311.75 

16.38 

6.87 

10,615.06 

22.51 

2,518.06 

1,357.71 

771.14 




677.18 
141.49 
252. 10 

77.14 

1, 286. 77 

1,070.40 

184. 90 

915. 89 

59.00 
496.95 
127.50 
850.77 

34.95 

37.00 


21 




22 




23 


47.18 


3,671.70 

100.00 

1,022.49 


24 

25 




26 




27 


26.00 


909.03 

169.08 

25.00 

25.00 

1, 465. 09 

845.00 

545.47 


7,401.46 

25.00 

108.28 

400.00 

5,295.94 
100.00 
389.13 


28 
20 




30 




31 


11.00 


32 
33 


629.96 




34 








39,628.40 


349.47 


38,476.44 


47, 763. 39 


5, 564. 16 


19,263.93 


151,045.79 




14.223.94 


82.13 


57,477.96 


66,488.07 


1,413.13 


28,672.34 


168,357.67 





230 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A. — ^Recapitulation of Receipts from each General Source of Internal 
Revenue and the Amounts Refunded in the Several States and Terri- 

TORRIES. 



STATES AND 


DISTILLED SPIBITS. 


TOBACCO. 


TERBITOBIE& 


Total. 


Refnnded. 


Net total. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


Alftbama .,,...- 


$51,676.54 

93,307.44 

954, 022. 50 

73, 511. 54 

364,904.08 

12,335.95 

315,816.28 

25,477,395.05 

4,084,539.85 

111, 625. 85 

65,008.49 

22,341,559.58 

228,027.31 

2,139,121.68 

909,665.21 

166,091.70 

1, 664, 682. 02 

2,133,744.77 

58,838.25 

1,914,395.74 

90, 612. 07 

740,808.46 

27,409.25 

4,741,191.28 

719,516.73 

7,776,628.81 

142,455.00 

5, 121, 295. 10 

56,805.25 

751, 497. 10 

119, 566. 45 

298.768.53 

352,966.47 

1,179,46L92 


a«185.69 


$51, 490. 85 

93, 307. 44 

953, 910. 85 

73,511.54 

364,904.08 

12,335.95 

315,661.39 

25,477,142.15 

4, 084, 529. 05 

111,625.85 

65,008.49 

22,337,986.36 

228, 002. 31 

2, 139, 121. 68 

909,665.21 

166,091.70 

1,664,682.02 

2, 113, 744. 77 

58,825.75 

1,914,395.74 

90,612.07 

740,808.46 

27,409.25 

4,740,184.18 

719,227.81 

7,776,469.36 

142, 455. 00 

5, 121, 012. 52 

56, 792. 65 

751, 242. 17 

119,301.47 

298,760.13 

352,966.47 

1,179,46L92 


$15,458.31 

5,098.88 

245, 128. 61 

33,668.69 

121,955.99 

396,553.46 

15, 196. 59 

1,444,502.28 

200, 130. 51 

221.934.19 

62.736.75 

1,601,668.59 

341, 718. 33 

918, 244. 61 

340,243.71 

1,307,031.44 

122, 643. 70 

3,429,055.53 

10,031.35 

68,387.04 

48,972.62 

1, 707,307. 47 

1,148.23 

5,049,577.17 

1,636,956.39 

2,133,351.87 

22,578.35 

3,737.338.45 

3,621.48 

169, 594. 03 

26,824.35 

2, 163, 146. 99 

400,019.43 

616,073.28 




$15, 458. 31 


ArlcRniBaiB, .,. -^,^-. 




5.098.88 


California 


1U.65 


$42.57 


245. 086. 04 


Colorado 


33.668.69 


Connecticiit 






121, 955. 99 


Florida 






396. 553. 46 


Greor^^a 


154.89 

252.90 

10.80 




15,196,59 
1, 444. 499. 43 


Illinois 


2.85 


Tndiana . . . r - - t . 


200, 130. 51 


Iowa 




221, 934. 19 


Kansas 




62, 736. 75 


Kentucky 


3. 573. 22 
25.00 


9.15 
5.00 


1, 601. 659. 44 


Louisiana 


341,713.33 
918, 244. 61 


Maryland 


MassaGhusetts 

Miohiinn 






340, 243. 71 






1, 307, 03L 44 


MinnesotA , . . 




■'t 


122. 643. 70 


Misfloiiri 




3, 429, 065. 53 


M'^ntana. r 


6 12. 50 


• •v 

16.34 


10, 031. 35 


Nebraska 


68, 370. 70 


New Hampshire .... 




' 48, 972. 62 


New Jersey 






1, 707. 307. 47 


New Mexico 


"'"1,067.16' 
288.92 
169. 45 




1, 148. 23 


New York 


215. 16 
15.00 


5,049,362.01 
1,636,941.39 
2. 133. 351. 87 


North Carolina 

Ohio 


Oregon 




22, 578. 35 


Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 


282. 58 

12.60 

254.93 

264.98 

8.40 


"*" a 99.* 73 


3,737,338.45 

3,621.48 

160.494.30 


Texas 


26, 824. 35 


Virginia 




2, 163, 146. 99 


"West Virginia 




400. 019. 43 


VkTisconsin 






616,073.23 








Total 


85,259,252.25 


6, 615. 61 


85^252,656.64 


28.617,898.62 


405.80 


28.617,492.82 




Collections for fiscal 
year ended Jnne 
80,1803 


94, 720. 260. 55 


7. 322. 39 


94,712,938.16 


31,889,711.74 


46,155.54 


31,843,556.20 









a From "Not otherwise provided for." 
b Penalties. 



f 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



231 



-A.--Recapitulati6n of Receipts from each General Source of Internal 

Revenue, etc. — Continued. 



STATES AND 


FBBMBNTED LIQUOBS. 


OLBOKARQARINE. 

t 


TERRITORIES. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


-4klAhftin«i 


$38,451.49 

1, 860. 83 

691, 909. 95 

183, 976. 35 

413, 628. 84 

1, 009. 58 

75, 639. 23 

3, 110, 596. 74 

591,383.88 

140, 657. 83 

16, 460. 39 

335, 500. 09 

253, 627. 09 

770, 113. 89 

1, 172, 376. 82 

624, 485. 47 

385,986.76 

2, 037, 070. 30 

74, 299. 81 

183,170.40 

349, 704. 45 

1, 768, 196. 86 

6, 847. 69 

9,118,319.73 

1, 896. 02 

2, 457, 787. 23 

167, 037. 62 

3,243,74L75 

11,064.16 

79, 377. 87 

217,477.88 

73,467.16 

105, 524. 87 

2, 712, 140. 01 




$38,451.49 

1,860.83 

691, 909. 95 

183, 976. 35 

413, 628. 84 

1,009.58 

75, 639. 23 

3,110,596.74 

591, 383. 88 

140, 657. 83 

16, 460. 39 

310, 945. 97 

253, 627. 09 

770, 113. 89 

1, 172, 37i>. 82 

624,485.47 

385, 986. 76 

2, 037, 070. 30 

74, 299. 81 

183,170.40 

349, 704. 45 

1, 768, 196. 86 

6, 847. 69 

9, 118, 296. 23 

1, 895. 02 

2, 457, 787. 23 

167, 037. 62 

3, 243, 741. 75 

11, 064. 16 

79, 377. 87 

217,477.88 

73,467.16 

105, 524. 87 

2,712,140.01 


$5, 609. 60 
2, 810. 00 
7,911.40 
6, 556. 00 
142,489.20 
5,464.00 
4, 770. 00 
895, 331. 54 

42,596.48 

7, 622. 66 

217,035.22 

7, 414. 00 

3, 902. 00 

10, 558. 20 

21,222.00 

27, 814. 00 
5, 050. 00 

52, 624. 70 
7, 088. 00 

72, 657. 98 
2, 692. 00 
8, 516. 00 
1, 008. 00 
6,450.00 
526. 00 

83, 885, 48 
8, 265. 32 

28,056.12 
2, 060. 00 
6, 654. 00 

11,316.00 
4, 226. 00 
4, 890. 00 
8.508.00 




$5, 609. 60 
2,810.00 
7,911.40 
6, 556. 00 

142, 489. 2U 


^^rkansas 






Oalifomia 


■ •••aa •>>*•> 




CJolorado 




dTonnecticut 






IFlorida.' 






5,464.00 

4, 770. 00 

895. 331. 54 


C^orgia 


' 




^llinoiR . . - - 






Xndiana 






42,596.48 

7, 622. 66 

217, 036. 22 

7, 414. 00 


XovP'R -- 






"KanRaff 






Ik^ Aiit.pr.ky 


a$24,554. 12 




TLtoniAiAiia .... 




3. 902. 00 


^Bifarvlaiid ... 






10, 558. 20 


34^afiBachii^6t4-R 




21.222.00 


"MinliifrAii 






27.814.00 


"MJTinftuntn. 






5, 050. 00 


"M'ittnniTri 






52, 624. 70 








7, 088. 00 


Ibl^ebraska 






72, 657. 98 


ISevr Hampshire 

!Ne^r Jersey 

T^ftw M^^xifto 


. 




2. 592. 00 






8,510.00 






1, 008. 00 


Kew York 


23.50 




6, 450. 00 


l^ort>h Carolina 




526. 00 


Ohio 






83, 885. 48 


Oreffon -. 






8. 265. 32 


PenciBvlvania. ...... 






28, 056. 12 


South Carolina. ..... 






2, 060. 00 


Tennessee 






G, 654. 00 


Texas 






11,316.00 


Virginia 






4, 226. 00 


West Virginia 

Wisconsin 






4,890.00 






8, 508. 00 












Total 


31, 414. 788. 04 


24, 577. 62 


31, 390, 210. 42 


1,723,479.90 




1, 723, 479. 90 






Collections for fiscal 
year ended June 
§0,1893 


32,548,983.07 


21, 559. 23 


32, 527', 423. 84 


» 
1, 670, 643. 50 




1, 670, 643. 50 











a From "Not otherwise provided for." 



232 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A. — Recapitulation of Receipts from each General Source of Internal 

Revenue, etc. — Continued. 



STATES AND 


BANKS AND BANKERS. 


MISCKTJ.ANEOUS. 


TERRITORIES. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


Total. 


Refunded. 


Net total. 


Alabama , 












A rlcanaaa .....: 


t 


1 ' 




California 


i 


$410.04 
.20 
.91 




$410.04 


(Joluradu 


j 




.20 


Connecticut 






.91 


Elorida 


• >••->••••>• •••>••........ 









Georcria ! 


! 




Illinois 1 




135. 53 




135. 53 


Indiana ' 








Iowa .. .... ...1 - -- 


: . 







Kansas 


/; 


i 






Kentucky 







226.93 
72.85 

2.:h6 


$0.61 


226. 32 


Louisiana 


_i <p2.26 




$2. 26 


72. 85 


MftrvlftTiri . - 






2.36 


Massachusetts 




• 




.. ..•••• 


"Michisran 


.'*: 




2.05 

20.01 

5.83 




2.05 


'MiniiAAntji. 








20.01 


Missouri 


•---- -y ------- 

..... .t'4 ....... 






5.83 


Montana . . .... 


.:..v'. 




• ••>••■•-> -'^ 




Nebraska 




.16 




.16 


New Hamnshire 








New Jersey 


1 1 


L80 




1.80 


New Mexico 


1 1 




>*>••> ■«*rf.... 


New York 


1 i 
..............1............ .............. 


82.81 




82.81 


North Carolina 


1 1 


99.68 

2.72 

.10 

887. 72 




99.68 


Ohio 




t 




2.72 


Oreeon 




______ 




.10 


Pennsylyania 


• 




887.72 


Sontb Carolina 


i 1 






Tennessee 










Texas 








Virginia 


j 1 


23.74 




23. 74 


West Virfifinia 


...... ........|..... ....... 

> 1 








VV isconsin 


:::::::::::::;i:::::::*:::: 




7.40 




7.40 










Total 


2.26 


1 9 S)fi 


1,982.84 


.61 


1, 982. 23 








Collection 8 tor fiscal 
year ended June 
30,1893 




• ■ 


7, 033. 24 


2. 380. 21 


4, 653. 03 






i 







COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



233 



A. — ^Recapitulation of Receipts from eAch General Source op Internal 

Revenue, etc. — Continued. 



STATES AND 


1 

PENALTIES. 


AOQBEOATE BBCEIPTS. 


TKRRITORIES. 


Total. 


Kefunded. 


Net total. 


Total. Refunded. 


Net total. 


Alaliama 


$1, 572. 20 

263.05 

8, 546. 05 

507.36 

2, 020. 15 

969.83 

2, 020. 33 

14, 272. 72 




$1, 572. 20 

258. 88 

8,542.92 

495.90 

2, 020. 15 

969. 83 

2, 020. 33 

14, 083. 33 

2,016.51 

6, 364. 77 

1. 499. 12 

22,254.46 

1, 145. 72 

4, 201. 85 

9, 695. 62 

2, 222. 62 

210, 00 

A 1^ AH 


$112,768.14 

103, 340. 20 

1, 907. 928. 55 

298,220.14 

1, 044, 999. 17 

416, 332. 82 

413, 442. 43 

30, 942, 233. 86 

4, 920, 667. 23 

488, 288. 13 

362, 739. 97 

24, 308, 630. 94 

828, 647. 66 

3, 842, 242. 59 

2, 453, 203. 36 

2, 127, 647. 28 

2, 178, 592. 49 

7, 636, 660. 61 

150. 257. 41 

2, 240, 292. 03 

494, 012. 32 

4, 230, 610. 86 

36, 720. 56 

18, 922, 111. 64 

2,369,781.63 

12, 454, 898. 37 

340, 531. 04 

12, 151, 196. 35 

73, 8J4. 90 

1,010,291.70 

377, 100. 49 

2, 548, 051. 75 

864, 380. 96 

4, 517, 792. 12 


$185. 69 

4.17 

157.35 

11.46 


$112. 582. 45 


A V~1c AIIHflR . 


$4.17 

3.13 

11.46 


103, 336. 03 

1,907,771.20 

298 208.68 


Cal i ±*omiar 


ColoTado 


Conxiecticut 


1,044,999.17 


yiorida 






416, 332. 82 


Georffia 




154. 89 

445. 14 

10.80 

82.83 


413, 287: 54 

30, 941, 788. 72 

4, 920. 656. 43 


Tlli-noiM , 


1»0 39 


InciLsua 


2,016.51 

6.447.60 i «'>-«3 


IdV A .- . .» 


488. 205. 30 


E&xi sas 


1, 499. 12 
22,261.75 
1, 297. 82 
4, 201. 85 
9, 695. 62 




362, 739. 97. 

24, 280, 486. 55 

828. 465. 56 


£exi'tiuckv 


7.29 
152. 10 


28, 144. 39 
182. 10 


LovxisiaDft .......... 


Mstiry land 


3, 842, 242. 59 
2, 453. 203. 36 


Ma,S8achu setts 






Mioliigaii 


2, 222. 62 






2, 127. 647. 28 


'MininefiotA 


210. 00 
4, 159. 48 


• • " • • - • 




2. 178. 592. 49 


Miaaonri 


25. 00 


25.00 
12.50 
16.34 


7, 636. 635 61 
150, 244. 91 


Hon tana 




Ifobraska 


1, 680. 71 
2, 131. 18 
5, 780. 27 

307. 39 

6, 490. 65 

10, 787, 81 

3, 242. 26 

194. 65 
19, 877. 21 

2K4. 01 
3, 168. 70 
1, 915. 81 
8, 419. 33 

980.19 
1, 601. 56 




1, 680. 71 
2, 13L 18 
5, 780. 27 

307. 39 

6, 457. 77 

10, 759. 64 

3, 242. 26 

194. 65 
19,867.21 

274. 01 
3, 118. 70 
1,894.98 
8, 299. 33 

957. 27 
1, 601. 56 


2, 240. 275. 69 


l^eMT Hampshire 

Ife^w Jersey 

He"w Mexico 




494, 012. 32 


. 




4, 230, 610. 86 
36, 720. 56 


32.' 88* 

28.17 




15ew York .^ 

Korth Carolina 

OMo 


1,278.64 
332. 09 
169. 45 


18,920,833.00 

2, C69, 449. 54 

12, 454, 728. 92 

340, 531. 04 

12, 150, 903. 77 

73, 812. 30 

1. 009. 887. 04 


Oregon 




rennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 


10.00 
10,00 
50.00 
20.83 
120.00 
22.92 


292. 58 
22.60 
404. 66 
285. 81 
128. 40 
22. 92 


Texas 


376 814.68 


Virginia 


2, 547. 923. 35 


West Virginia 

Wisconsin 


864, 358 04 
4. 517, 792. 12 










Total. 


151,045.79 


770. 17 


150,275.62 1 147, 168.449.70 


32, 369. 81 


147, 136, 079. 89 


Collections for fiscal 
year ended June 
30,1893 


168, 357. 57 


1, 442 47 


166,915.10 


161,004,989.67 


78, 859. 84 


160,926,129.83 





234 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



B. — Statkmsnt op the Number a^d Value of Stamps fob Fermentbd Liquobs 

COLLECTOBS OF InTEBNAL REVENUE DUB- 



Benominations . 



Hogsheads, at $2 

Barrel, at ^1 

One-half barrel, at 50 cents 

One-third barrel, at 33^ cents . . 
One-quarter barrel, at 25 cents. 
One-sixth barrel, at 16§ cents — 
One- eighth barrel, at 12^ cents. 



Tptal. 



Exportation 

Brewer's permits 



Number issued in— 



Jnly. 



60,000 

428,600 

2, 885, 500 

42,000 

4, 365, OUO 

212, 700 

883,000 



8, 876, 800 



2,800 



Aug. 



98,000 

573,000 

3, 367, 000 

18,000 

4, 451, 000 

147, 000 

1, 029, 000 



Sept. 



99,300 

597,000 

3, 055, 000 

81,000 

3, 450, 000 

139,800 

854,000 



9, 683, 000 I 8, 276. 100 



2,000 
400 



8,000 
8,400 



Oct. 



84,000 

557,000 

2, 257, 000 



Nov. 



81,500 

243,000 

2, 126, 000 



3,722,000 i 2,217,000 

60,000 I 120,000 

574,000 I 720,800 



7,254.000 i 5,508,300 4,583,900 



Dec. 



190,000 
316,000 

1,196,500 
18,000 

2,521,000 
•78, 000 
262,400 



800 
8,000 



0,600 



7,200 



B. — Statement of the Kind, Numbeb, and Value of Special-Tax Stamps issued to 



Rectifiers of less than 500 barrels 

Kectitiers of 500 barrels or more 

Kctail liquor dealers 

Wholesale liquor dealers 

Brewers, annual manntacture les8.than 500 barrels 

Brewers of 500 barrels or more 

Wholesale dealers in malt liquors 

Ketail dealers in malt liquors 

Manufacturers of stills 

Stills manufactured 

Worms manufactured 

Manufacturers of oleomargarine 

W ]]olesale dealers in oleomargarine 

Ketail dealers in oleomargarine 



Aggregate number of stamps 
A ggregate value of stamps 



Valqe of 

each 

stamp. 



$100 

200 

25 

100 

50 

100 

50 

20 

50 

20 

20 

600 

480 

48 



July. 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


100 


50 


10 


40 


50 


20 


10 


20 


11,300 


1,400 


2,100 


3,200 


150 


80 


40 


70 


70 


20 




30 


160 
650 


20 
280 




30 
60 


90 


1,220 


300 


400 


250 


20 
30 
20 


10 
20 
10 


















70 


30 


20 


30 


450 


360 


910 


1,670 


14, 290 


2,600 


3,580 


5,400 


$451,100 


$107, 780 


$125, 280 


$202,060 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



235 



(Tax-paid and Exportation) and the Number of Brewer's Permits Issued to 
QfG THE Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. 



Nnmber issued in— 


Aggregate 
Dumber of 
eacb denom- 
ination. 


Aggregate 
value of 


Jan. 


Feb. 


• 

Mar. 


Apr. 


May. 

1 


June. 


each denom- 
ination. 


139,000 
470,000 

2,038,000 
1,500 

3,442,000 
247,500 
864,000 


78,000 

245,000 

1, 282, 400 

2T, 000 

1,063,200 

133, 200 

478, 400 


128, 500 
513,600 

2, 229, 000 
15,000 

3, 090, 000 
103, 500 
815, 000 


131, 500 
238,500 

2, 714, 000 
60,000 

3, 389, 000 
243,000 
861, 000 


96,000 

331, 000 

2, 668, 000 

60, 000 

4, 132, 000 

201, 000 

645, 000 


139. 000 
616, 000 

3, 423, 000 
18,000. 

4, jJ78, 000 
156, 000 

1, 062, 000 


1, 324, 800 
5, 128, 700 

29, 243, 400 
334, 500 

40, 420, 200 
1, 841, 700 
9, 048, 600 


$2, 649, 600 

5, 128, 700 

14, 621, 700 

111,500 

10, 105, 050 

306, 950 

1, 131, 075 


7,202,000 


3, 301, 200 


6, 894, 600 


7, 637, 000 


8, 133, 000 , 9, 992, 000 


87,341,900 


34, 054, 575 


6, 000 MJO 


4.000 


5, 200 

22, goo 


2,800 400 


46, 800 
74, 400 




12,000 


20, 000 


800 










» 



Collectors of Internal Revenue dukino thk Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. 



xVov. 



80 

20 

2,700 

100 

80 

80 

110 

180 

20 

20 

20 



50 
600 

4,060 



$16^200 



Dec. 


Jan. 


Feb. 


• 
Mar. 


Apr. 


50 
20 


20 
10 

2,200 
40 
30 
60 

. 60 

290 

10 

20 

10 


20 
3D 
2, 400* 
80 
10 
10 
60 
90' 
20 


40 


10 


3,500 
90 
20 
40 


2, 300 , 

^' 

10 

20 

130 

180 


3,100 
10 


40 

110 

10 


120 
290 


10 


Id* 
10 










20 




10 
20 
90 


50 
320 


20 
340 


10 
470 


Id 

210 


4,280 


3,100 


3,200 


2,940 


3,710 


$166, 760 


$105, 320 


$110, 660 


$91, 380 


$116, 720 



May. 



890 

590 

129, 500 

3,160 

690 

1.350 

3,450 

6,030 

120 

130 

lOOr 

110 

410 

3,290 



149, 820 



$4, 654, 420 



June. 



520 

280 

65,400 

1,440 

180 

520 

1,510 

2,900 

90 

80 

70 

10 

200 

700 



73, 900 



$2, 224, 600* 



Total num- 
ber of each 
kind of 
stamp. 



1,830 

1,050 

229,100 

5,330 

1,150 

2,280 

6,560 

12,240 

300 

320 

240 

150 

920 

9,410 



270, 880 



Total value 
of each 
kind of 
stamp. 



$183, 000 

210,000 

5, 727, 500 

533, 000 

57,500 

228, 000 

328,000 

244, 800 

15,000 

6,400 

4,800 

90,000 

441, 600 

451, 680 



8,521,280 



236 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



B. — Statement of the Number axd kind of Certificates of Registry issued 
TO Collectors of Internal Revenue during the Fiscal Year ended Juiob 

30, 1894. 



Kind. 



KetAil dealers in leaf tobacco 

Dealers in leaf tobacco , 

Manufactorers of cigars , 

Manufacturers of tobacco , 

Peddlers of tobacco : 

Total 

- _ 



Number. 



13,370 
6,310 

30,490 
4,160 
3,680 



58,010 



COMMISSIONER OF INTEENAL REVENUE. 



237 



B.— Statement showing the Number and VAtUE of Internal Revenue-Docu- 
mentary Stamps orderel Monthly from the Office of the Commissioner 
OF Internal Revenue during the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. 



■ 






Number ordered in— 






Aggregate num- 
ber of each de- 
nomination. 


Aggregate value 
of each denom- 
ination. 


Documentary. 


August. 


• 

i 


• 

S 

> 

o 


g 

ee 

1^ 


April 


■ 


• 

a 

•-3 


$0.50 


. 


1 


1 


1 2 

i 


1 


6 
1 

1 
1 


$3.00 


1.00 


1 


1.00 


2.00 


! 1 1 


1 




2.00 


3.00 




1 


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


3.00 






1 t 








AfiTflrreffftte nnmher. . . . . . 


1 


2 


1 


1 1 2 


1 


1 


9 






* 


Aginreirate value 


$L00 


$3.50 


$0.50 


$0.50 ^1.00 


$2.00 


$0.50 




$9.00 











238 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



B. — Statement op the Number and Value of Stamps for Distilled SpiRrrei 

LECTORS OF INTERNAL REVENUE DURING 



Denominations. 



10 gallons. 

20 gallons. 

30 gallons. 

40 gallons. 

50 gallons. 

60 gallons. 

70 gallons. 

80 gallons. 

90 gallons. 
100 gallons. 
110 gallons. 
120 gallons. 
130 gallons. 



TAX-PAID STAMPS. 



Total tax-paid stamps 



OTHER THAN TAX-PAID STAMPS. 



Stamps for rectified spirits. 



5 gallons. 

10 gallons. 

20 gallons. 

30 gallons. 

40 gallons. 

50 gallons. 

60 gallons. 

70 gallons. 

80 gallons. 

90 gallons. 
100 gallons . 
110 gallons. 
120 gallons. 
130 gallons. 



Total stamps for rectified spirits 
Wholesale liquor-dealers' stamps. 



5 gallons . 
10 gallons . 
20 gallons . 
30 gallons 
40 gallons 
50 gallons . 
60 gallons 
70 gallons 
80 gallons . 
90 gallons . 
100 gallons 
110 gallons . 
120 gallons 
130 gallons . 



Number issued in — 



July. 



6,100 

3,300 

28,650 

83,550 

450 

150 

300 

18,900 



140,400 



3,340 
6,840 
8,040 
4,440 
85, 500 
4,540 



200 



112, 900 



Aug. 



1,050 

1,950 

11,100 

27, 750 

2,100 

600 



41,250 
1,500 



Sept. 



4,500 

3.300 

7,950 

47,850 

450 

300 

150 

48.450 

900 



150 



87,300 



114,000 



6,800 

10,000 

1,900 



29,900 
500 



500 



49, 600 



Total wholesale liquor-dealers' stamps. 
Stamps /or imported spirits. 



5 gallons. 

10 gallons. 

20 gallons. 

30 gallons. 

40 gallons. 

50 gallons. 

60 gallons. 

70 gallons. 

80 gallons. 

90 gallons. 
100 gallons. 
110 gallons. 
120 gallons. 
130 gallons. 



Total stamps for imported spirits. . 



2,700 
6,900 
3,900 



6,000 
3,000 



22,500 



2,100 
14, 400 

1,200 

3,000 
15,600 

3,300 



300 
1,800 
1,500 



300 



43,500 



5,600 
19. 1,00 
18,000 

2,900 
112, 300 

6,400 

6,000 



5,000 
500 
500 



176, 300 



Oct. 



2,700 

4,950 

12. 150 

127 350 

3,150 

150 

2,250 

44,700 

10.800 

150 



208,350 



4,800 


15,000 


21,600 


100 


85,900 


1,900 


500 


1,600 


1,500 


200 


200 


200 


200 



133.700 



1,200 
31,800 
6,900 
1,800 
8,700 
4,500 



54,900 



300 



300 



11,400 
20,100 
15,600 
7,800 
43,200 
600 



300 



99,000 



Nov. 



2.550 

7,350 

16,350 

42,900 

2,100 

750 

750 

12.450 

9.450 



94,650 



8,400 

30,700 

23,300 

3,300 

133,900 

13,800 

100 I 

1,100' 

3,400 

2,020 

200 

200 

100 

100 



220,620 



16,500 
27,900 
22,500 

2,700 
14,400 

9,900 



300 




C0MMI8SI0NEE OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



239 



JPoRTiFiED Sweet Wine, and Fortified Wine for Export issued to Col- 
THx: Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1894. 



' 




Number issued in— 

1 






Aggregate 
number 
of each de- 
nomination. 


Aggregate 

value 
of each de- 
nomination. 


Dec. 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May. 


June. 


5,250 

9,450 

29.400 

102,150 

2.700 

600 

150 

53,550 

11,550 


6,750 

2,550 

20, 100 

96.600 

1.350 

150 

150 

24,450 

5.700 


3,600 

6,300 

18,300 

45, 150 

750 

300 

300 

30.900 

2,400 


7,200 

10, 950 

31,050 

144,900 

900 

750 

4,050 

63.000 

13, 350 


2,700 

6,150 

22,200 

70.050 

2,400 


1,200 

4,350 

16,500 

47,700 

2,400 

450 

150 

9,600 

3,000 


1,050 

4.950 

46,650 

183,600 

900 


43,650 

65.550 

269. 400 

1, 019, 550 

19,650 

4,200 

9,150 

431,250 

75,900 

150 

150 


$746,415 

1, 710, 855 

9, 455, 940 

44, 962, 155 

1, 043, 415 

260, 820 


750 
7,200 
2.250 


150 
76, 800 
15, 000 


650,565 

34, 543, 125 

6,762,690 

14, 715 
















16,065 


1" ~ 

1...... 
















1--. ...... 




. 














I 














! 


1 214.800 


166,800 


108,000 


276, 150 


113, 700 


85,350 


329, 100 


1,938,600 


100, 166, 760 


8,940 
13,440 

9,500 

2,100 
•50,700 

4,220 


5.600 

15,400 

8.600 

700 

101.600 

7,400 


2,740 

8,580 
11.940 

2.040 
82.540 

1.240 


500 

14,900 

8.800 

1,000 

66,600 

9,200 

1,000 

1,400 

1,700 

500 


7,500 
17,800 
10,800 


2,600 
13,900 

6,500 

1,100 
68,800 

1,000 


300 
7,800 
8,900 

200 

22,600 

2,200 

200 

200 


57, 120 

173, 460 

137, 880 

17,880 

911.640. 

60,300 

7,300 

4,600 

19,640 

9,220 

1,100 

400 

400 

300 










71.300 
7.900 








400 

1.000 

500 

100 




1.000 
2.000 
1,000 








700 
2.600 


3,500 
200 
100 


40 




400 




















100 
















1 





























91, 000 


142, 600 


113,080 


105, 600 


119, 100 


93, 940 


42, 800 


1,401,240 






10,200 

21,600 

14,700 

3,600 

8,100 


5.400 

14, 400 

5,100 


8.700 
15,000 
14,700 

3.000 
34,500 
12,000 

3,000 

1,500 
300 


4,800 

13, 200 

4,200 


9,000 
18,900 

5,100 

4,500 
13,200 

3,600 


4,500 

17, 100 

6.900 

1,200 

22.500 

6,300 

300 

3U0 


3000 
9000 
5700 


79,500 

210, 300 

106, 500 

, 27. 600 

236,700 

52. 200 

3,300 

, 2,400 

3,000 

1,800 

• 900 

300 

600 

900 










12,300 


31,800 
900 


6600 














300 












900 
300 






















300 




600 






*^^»»» >•>• 


300 
















300 










300 










^ 












"'-•r 


86.100 


37,800 


93, 300 


54,900 


55,500 


60000 


24300 


726,000 














300 
900 
600 
300 
300 
300 






300 
1,200 

900 
1,200 

600 

300 




« ^ 


..•••.. I ••• 


300 
300 










^ 












600 














300 






















. ,_^ 














^ 


















( 


















"■"•-.. 


















- .^ _ 


















. ^ 


















- « , _ 














■ « • ■ 












f 




























5^^ eoo 




900 




2,700 

1 






4,500 















240 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



B. — Statement of the Number and Valitt^ 



Denomination s . 



Distillery warehouse 

Special warehouse 

Kie warehousing 

Exportation 

Transfer of grape brandy 

Fortilied sweet wine 

Fortified wine for exportation 



Total other than tax-paid stamps . 
Grand aggregate of stamps 



Aggregate value of tax-paid stamps 

Aggregate value of other than tax-paid 
stamps 



Grand aggregate value 



Number issued in- 



July. 



13,000 
400 



11,600 



Aug. 



14,000 
400 



10, 400 
1,000 
2,000 



161,000 I 120,900 



301, 400 208, 200 



Sept. 



70,000 
20,400 
4,000 
6,600 
2,100 
4,000 



Oct. 



37, 200 

400 

400 

8,400 

4,000 



337, 600 



451, 600 



283, 100 



491,450 



$6,431,940 :$5,268,780 $6,582,600 



1,160 



1,040 



560 



$11,111,985 
840 



6,433,100 ; 5,269,820 j 6,583,100 $11,112,825 



Nov. 



180. 80«I 

e,wmz 



2,00C 

2,0UC 

40C 



506,02l:3 



600,67 



$4, 751, 86£ 



4,751,86^ 



J3. — Statement of the Number and VAlue of Oleomargarine Stamps issued 



10 pounds. 
20 pounds- 
30 pounds. 
40 pounds. 
50 pounds. 
60 pounds. 
70 pounds. 
80 pounds. 
90 pounds. 
100 pounds. 



Denomination. 



48, 200 

4, 200 

32,200 

12, 000 

16, 400 

6,000 

200 

200 



Number issued in- 



July. j Aug. 



31,000 
26,000 
26, 000 
44.000 
44,000 
20, 000 



200 

•ioo 



Total tax -paid stamps for oleomargarine 
Exportatioi^ stamps for oleomargarine 



Aggregate of stamps 
-A-ggregate ^ralue 



119,400 
12, 000 



191,400 



131, 400 



$85, 932 



191,400 



$170, 572 



Sept. 



74, 000 
30, 000 
10,000 
46, 000 
50,000 
34.000 



244, 000 



244, 000 



$204, 320 



Oct. 



94,000 
46,000 
36, 000 
57,400 
61, 400 
31, 800 



2, 000 
400 
400 



329, 400 



329, 400 



$268, 292 



Nov. 



36, OOC^ 
16,000^ 
40, OOQ^ 
18,000^ 
29,2001* 
34,000^ 

200 ^ 

600 

400 



174,400 
4,000 



178,400 



$155,352 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



241 



OF Stamps for Distilled Spirits^ etc. — Continued. 



Nnmber issued in— 


Aggregate 

number 
of each de- 
nomination. 


Aggregate 

value 

of eachde> 

nomination. 


I>ec. 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May. 


Jnne. 


347,200 

16,800 

300 

12,400 


126,800 
4,000 


225,200 


100.800 


141,200 
400 


107,600 


226,800 

800 

8,000 

2,000 


1,591,200 

49,600 

13,100 

143,200 

10,200 

8,200 

400 


» 


J. ....••.••• 




• 


400 
22.000 




24,800 
1,000 


18,400 


18,000 


9,600 
100 
200 


$14, 320 












































654,400 


337,000 


450.880 


279,300 


328,800 


283,940 


304,700 


3,947,640 






769,200 


503,800 


558,880 


555,450 


442,500 


369,290 


633.800 


5,886,240 






^Xl,382,930 
1,240 


$8,021,430 
2,480 


$5,628,150 
1,840 


$14,506,965 
1,800 


$5,033,070 
960 


$4,019,085 
2,200 


$17,427,960 
200 




100. 166. 760 




14,320 






iX, 384, 170 


8,023,910 


5, 629, 990 


14,508,765 


5,034,030 


4, 021, 285 


17, 428, 160 




100, 181, 080 







OLLECTORS OP INTERNAL REVENUE DURING THE FISCAL YeAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1894 



Number issued in- 


Aggregate 

number 
of each de- 
nomination. 


Aggregate 

value 
of each de- 
nomination. 


Dee. 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May. 


Juue. 


104,200 


20,000 

32,000 

24,000 

12,000 

17,600 

9,200 

2,400 

200 

1,000 

1.000 


56,000 
8,000 
18,000 
14,000 
14, 000 
18,000 


72,000 


65,400 
20,200 

8.200 
42,000 
37,800 

1.000 
200 

1.000 
200 

1,000 


1 

16,000 

2,000 

8,000 

10,000 

10,000 

6,000 


\ 


616, 800 

184,400 

238,400 

329,400 

387,400 

230,000 

4,000 

5,400 

2,000 

3,000 


$234,384 
106. 952 






14,000 
44,000 


20,000 
30,000 
54,000 
28, 000 


'2,'000* 


185, 952 
322, 812 


48,800 
42,000 


4,200 


457, 132 
317, 400 


1,000 
1,000 




6.320 




200 






9. 612 








3,960 
6,540 


200 






200 










255,200 
4,000 


119.400 


128,000 


204,200 
4.000 


177,000 
4,000 


52,200 
2,000 


6,200 
4,000 


2,000,800 
34,000 


1, 651, 064 








259,200 


119,400 


128,000 


208,200 


181,000 


54,200 


10,200 


2,034.800 






$212,976 


$98. 412 


$95,040 


$175, 076 


$134,780 


$43, 796 


$6,516 




1, 651, 064 







H. Ex. 4- 



16 



242 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



B. — Statement showing the Number and Value of Stamps for Tobj 

DURING THE FISCAL 1 



Denomination. 



1 ounce . . 

2 ouncea . 
8 onnoea . 
4 onncea . 
8 onncea . 

16 onncea . 

t pound., 
pound.. 

2 i>ound8. 

3 pounds. 

4 i>ound8. 

5 pounds. 
10 pounds. 
20 pounds. 
30 pounds. 
40 pounds. 
60 pounds. 
<K) pounds. 



Tobacco. 



Total 

Foil torappert. 

1 ounce 

2 ounces 



Tobacco. 
Cigars .. 



Total 

Eo^ort. 



Total. 



Jounce. 
ouDce. 

2 ounces. 

3 ounces. 

4 ounces. 
6 ounces. 
Bounces. 

16 ounces, 
i pound . 

1 pound . 

2 pounds 

3 pounds 

4 pouuda 

5 pounds 
10 pounds 
20 pounds 



Snuff, 



Total 



12's. 

13'8. 

25's. 

50^8. 
lOO's. 
200's. 
250*8. 
500's. 



Oigart. 



Total 

dgarettet^ 60 eti. per M. 

lO's 

20's 

60's 

lOO's 



Total 

Cigarettes, fS per M. 



lO's. 

20*8. 

50'8. 

lOO's. 



Total. 



Number issued in- 



July. 



100,000 

18, 088, 000 

392,400 

7,228,000 

423,000 

396,000 

88,400 

300 

300 



6,000 

173,600 

354,400 

165.200 

67,600 

27,600 

800 

1,200 



27. 462, 800 



2. 392, 640 
14.400 



2,407,040 



8,000 
400 



8,400 



4.121,096 

1, 076. 328 

50,0(K) 

62,000 

560,000 

2,000 

41.300 

360 

8,544 

6,144 

2,400 



25,512 

.4,000 

400 



5,960,084 



23,500 

18,500 

370,000 

4, 815, 000 

1,027,500 

25,500 

118,000 

18, 000 



6, 416. 000 



23, 592, 000 

1, 740, 000 

13, 800 

61,500 



25, 407, 300 



30 
30 



August. 



104,000 

22,944,000 

682,600 

4,804,000 

1, 236, 210 

436,200 

14,400 

600 

7,800 

5,400 

12,240 

104, 800 

315, 600 

119,200 

16,400 

4,800 

800 

1.200 



30, 810, 250 



September. 



240,000 

23,661,000 

1.000,000 

7,463,000 

1,290,000 

753,000 

20,400 

15,600 

22,860 

12.108 

37,200 

194. 000 

321,600 

198,000 

48,000 

36,000 

24,000 

2,400 



35, 339, 168 



2,408,800 
14,400 



2,423,200 



2,288,000 
14,400 



2, 302, 400 



1,200 



1,200 



2, 979, 200 

1, 112, 400 

10,000 

154,000 

322, 000 

21,000 

84,000 

7,200 

9,600 

1,200 

8,640 

1,200 

14, 400 

2,000 

3,600 



4, 730, 440 



30,000 



300,000 

4, 244, 000 

748,000 

5,00U 

32,000 

5,000 



5, 364, 000 



31, 770, 000 

968,000 

3,600 

18,500 



32, 760, 100 



10,000 



10,000 



3,920 

1,799,280 

702,000 

20.000 

40,000 

580,000 

35,000 

86,000 

480 

2,160 

JO. 200 

3,000 

240 

10, 440 

400 

400 



3, 293, 520 



11,100 

1,500 

&45,000 

4, 539, 000 

967,000 

5,500 

100,000 

5,500 



5,974,600 



26,808,000 

2, 924, 000 

6,000 

11,100 



29, 749, 100 



1,400 
9,800 
1,200 
1,000 

13,400 



October, 



240,000 

27,544,000 

1,930,000 

7,945,000 

1, 105. 200 

737,100 

39,204 

6,228 

1,428 

1,224 

30, 216 

149,600 

550,000 

324,400 

127,200 

18.000 

4,400 

800 



40.754,000 


2, 398, 560 
1,440 


2, 400, 000 




400 


400 



4, 645, 200 

1, 987, 200 

30,000 

80,000 

800,000 

32, 000 

102, 000 

11,004 

18,204 

16,404 

15,600 



37,500 
4.800 
3,200 



7,783,112 



30,500 

10,500 

348,000 

4, 735. 000 

649,000 

36,500 

57,000 

1,000 



5,867,500 



19, 164, 000 

904,000 

89,000 

73,000 



20,180,000 



NoTcmber. 



310,000 

33,562,000 

1,080,000 

12, 271, 000 

2, 150, 730 

834,015 

24,000 

144 

10,344 

600 

72,000 

157,600 

356,000 

196,400 

22,000 

4,400 

8,000 

1,200 



51.062,433 



2, 336, 800 
14,400 



2, 351, 200 



9,200 
400 



9,600 



3, 767, 120 

1, 738, 800 

50.000 

132.000 

960,000 

3.000 

80,000 

7,680 

6,600 

10,800 

6.000 



12,840 
2,800 
4,800 



6,782,440 



56,000 

22,000 

555,000 

4,641,000 

1,059,500 

25,000 

162,000 

5,000 



6, 525, 500 



21, 698, 000 

282,000 

5,040 

83,200 



22, 068, 240 



7,000 

i,'266" 
1,000 

9.200 



Decen 



18( 

21,60( 

1,202 

6,37^ 

1,475 

541 

1^ 



1( 

301 
14{ 

4( 
U 



1 



32, 07S 



1, Vox 

Ifi 



2,002 



U 



14 



2,763 

2,160 

50 

113 

1,160 

10 

57 



6 
4 

10 
1 

26 
2 
1 



6,367 



116 

38 

713 

3.420 

677 

17 

51 

1 



5,034 



20,881 

1,010 

12 

36 



21,939 



COIIMISSIONEB OF INTEBNAL BGYENUE. 



24S 



Skuff, Cigars, and Cioarettes issued to Collbctors of Internal Revenue 
XSDED June 30, 1894. 



/ 

Nnmber issned in— 


Total. 


Agffrej^ate 
▼aiuea of 

each 
denomina- 
tion. 


/ January. 


February. 


March. 


April. 


May. 


June. 


/ 640,000 

/ 27,003,000 

1 1,402,000 

/ 9,251,000 

/ 1,510,005 

791,505 

55.500 

25,500 

18,300 

15.408 

6.000 

82,000 

428.800 

60,400 

44,400 

' 48, 400 

12,000 


164,000 

24,132,000 

1, 570, 000 

8,778,000 

1, 630, 410 

831,600 

54,000 

2,904 

2,400 


320,000 

25,780,000 

1,562,000 

6.861.500 

1,008,^10 

812, 010 

39,000 

7,800 

11,400 

6,000 

16,800 

174, 000 

474,800 

236,000 

24,000 

2,000 

16,000 

1,600 


160,000 

33,094,000 

1,884,600 

8,643,000 

1, .524, 900 

810, 810 

81,012 

1,008 

9,600 

4,404 

7,200 

48,000 

314,800 

78,800 

68,400 

28,400 

400 


101, 040 

29, 120, 000 

1,720,000 

10,986,000 

1,510,905 

986,505 

58,800 

24,000 

34,800 

4.800 

39,600 

■ 52,000 

393,200 

189, 600 

56,000 

12,000 


260,000 

26,920,000 

2,100,0(00 

8,112,000 

1, 219, 200 

882,000 

40,800 

14,004 

16,800 


2,819,040 

313,448,400 

10, 525, 600 

98.716,500 

16, 082, 175 

8,813,445 

480, 216 

98, 088 

136,032 

49,944 

265,980 

1,718,000 

4,690,400 

2,235,600 

636, 800 

257,200 

70,400 

10,400 


$10,571.40 

2,350,863.00 

185,913.00 

1,480,747.50 

482,465.25 

528,806.70 

14,406.48 

5, 885. 28 

16, 323. 84 

8, 989. 92 


12,000 

180,400 

373,200 

302,800 

82,000 

52,400 


9,804 

244,400 

603,200 

213,600 

40,000 

7,600 

4,000 


63, 835. 20 

927.720.00 

6,347.056.00 

3,889,944.00 

1,490,112.00 

756, 168. 00 

249, 216. 00 


800 






43, 056. 00 














, 41,395,018 


38. 168, 114 


37, 353, 720 


46,759,334 


45, 289, 250 


40,587,408 


467,054,220 


17,852,079.57 


1 2,335,200 
1 26.784 


1,847,200 
4,000 


2, 194, 400 
15. 120 


2,249,040 


2, 256, 080 
28,800 


2,101,520 


26, 793, 840 
150, 160 


100, 476. 90 
1, 126. 20 










j_2,361,»84 


1, 851, 200 


2, 209, 520 


2,249,040 


2, 284, 880 


2,101.520 


26,944.000 


101, 603. 10 


1 2,000 


400 


16,800 


7,200 
800 


400 
4,400 


2,000 
2,000 


71,600 
8.400 








1 








1 2,000 


400 


16,800 


8,000 


4,800 


4,000 


80,000 




















3,920 

39,987,136 

19,254,348 

510,000 

1,888,500 

8,632,400 

258,600 

1,010,900 

64,284 

123, 252 

105,252 

91', 104 

7.440 

250,704 

81,600 

25,200 


7.36 


2,773.400 
1,728,000 


3,724,000 

2, 484, 108 

60,000 

281, 100 

520,000 

20, 100 

72,100 

6,000 

10,800 

14,400 

8,400 


2, 785, 160 

1,620,000 

30,000 

240,400 

880,000 

12,000 

60,000 

480 

15,600 

3,600 

3,720 


3,547,600 

1,405,512 

110,000 

260,000 

700,000 

32,500 

87,000 

6,600 

4,800 

6.000 

9,600 


3, 136, 000 

1,836,000 

100,000 

140.000 

930,000 

20,000 

70,000 

12,000 

15,600 

16,200 

15,600 

1,200 

20,040 

3,600 

800 


3,945,480 
1,404,000 


149,951.76 
144,407.61 

6,737.50 

28, 327. 50 

194,229.00 

7,758.00 
60, 6541 00 

1,928.52 

7, 305. 12 
12,630.24 
16,398.72 

1,785.60 
75.211.20 
18, 960. 00 
30,243.00 


144,000 

600.000 

20,500 

111.000 

6,480 

12,144 

2,424 

144 

2.400 

22.044 

2,000 

3.200 


242,000 

620,400 

50,500 

160,500 

6,000 

13,200 

13, 080 

7,200 

1,200 

26, 280 

3,200 

800 


9,600 
400 
400 


30,960 
5,200 
3,200 


13,980 

400 

2,800 


5,428,636 


7.2U,408 


5,690,320 


6,186,792 


6, 317, 040 


6. 493, 840 


72,244,640 


755,622.12 


22.000 
12,000 

441.400 
5, 184, 000 

810, 500 
25,300 
76.000 
10,050 


20.000. 


10,000 
10.000 

384,000 
4, 267, 000 

574,500 
20,000 
36,050 


20,000 

20,000 

494,000 

4,824,000 

926,000 

16,500 

83,500 

1,000 


56,000 

51,500 

349,000 

4,745,000 

998,000 

20,000 

98,750 

100 


20,000 


415, 840 

184,000 

4, 940, 400 

52,608,000 

10,112,000 

218. 300 

1,023,800 

47,150 


14, 970. 24 
7. 176. 00 


305,000 
2, 917, 000 

764,000 
17,000 
86,000 


345,000 

4, 277, 000 

911, 000 

5,000 

123,000 


371. 205. 00 

7, 891, 200. tX) 

3,033,600.00 

. 130, 980. 00 

767, 850. 00 

70. 725. 00 










_^581,250 


4, 109, 000 


5, 301, 550 


6, 385, 000 


'^ 6, 318, 350 


5.681,000 


69,558,490 


12,287,706.24 


23,820,080 

1,861,280 

9,600 

18.000 


20,060.000 

1.855,200 

3,600 

20,000 


21.920,000 

600,800 

14,880 

34,200 


27,048,000 

1,600,000 

14,400 

50.000 


23,504,000 

1,448,000 

9,360 

43,000 


23,368,000 

1,248,000 

6,000 

10,000 


283, 733, 120 

16,441,280 

137.880 

458,530 


1, 418, 665. 60 

164,412.80 

3, 447. 00 

22, 926. 50 


,^808,960 


21,, 938, 800 


22,569,880 


28,712,400 


25,004,360 


24. 632, 000 


300,770,810 


1,609,451.90 


1 2.100 








44,240 
i,'200' 




54,740 
9,800 
3,600 

2 13A 


1,642.20 

588.00 

540.00 
it5)Q an 










\ 2,100 








45, 440 




70,270 


3, 409. 20 











244 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



c* — compakatiye table showing the percentages of receipts from the 
Penalties, in each State and Territory of the United States^ to the 
1863, to June 30, 1894. 

[NoTB.— The percentages, of receipts from the several general sources of revenue now exempt from 

continued 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
31 
82 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



STATES AND TBR- 
BITORIES. 



SPIRITS. 



Fiscal years ended June 30— 



•.-% 



1864. 



Alabama 

Arizona (a) 

Arkansas 

California (&) .... 

Colorado (e> 

Connecticut {d) 

Dakota (e) 

Delaware (f) 

Dist. of Columbia (g) . 

Florida ., 

Greorgia 

Idaho (A) 

Illinois 

Indiana. 

Iowa 

Kansas (i) 

Kentucky 

Louisiana (k) 

Maiue(2) 

Maryland (m) 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Miunesota , 

Mississippi (n) 

Missouri 

Montana (o) 

Nebraska (p) 

Nevada (g) 

New Hampshire (r). 

New Jersey 

New Mexico («) 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon (t) 

Pennsylvania 

Bhode Island (u) — 

South Carolina 

Tennessee , 

Texas 

Utah(t;) 

Vermont (w) 

Virginia » 

Washiugton (x) 

West Virginia , 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming (y) 



,9530 
,0218 
,4498 



0181 
1318 



24.3036 

7.0616 

.9742 

.0282 

4.1005 

.5244 

.2595 

2. 0020 

2.9745 

.5723 

.0499 



1865. 



2.3012 

.0582 

1.1256 



.2160 
.2005 



16.1260 

9. 5156 

4.0936 

.1414 

4. 7749 

.3257 

.6327 

L6348 

3.5384 

.8632 

.2658 



1866. 



.2098 



.0477 

L9756 

.0355 

.7621 



1. 6127 



Total 



.0194 
.0223 
.0568 
L5647 
.0186 
21.0493 



21.9722 

.0561 

7.8571 

.0483 



.0563 



.0137 
.0308 
.0426 
.0086 
.0462 
1.0996 



100.0000 



1.4971 
.0333 
.0462 
.0600 
.1112 

2.4490 

.0407 

18.4821 



16. 9561 
.0615 

11. 3719 
.2149 



.6088 



.0056 
.0648 
.0988 
.0529 
.2321 
1.7394 



100.0000 



.0487 
.1101 
.0002 
.3988 
.0395 
15.4797 

4^0999 

4.1886 
.0943 

3.4764 

6921 

.0844 

3. 8156 

2.5499 
.4634 
.2502 
.0210 

3.3894 
.0442 
.0458 
.0376 
.0903 

L2497 

.0515 

18.5678 

.2289 

23. 0217 

.0655 

9.8227 
.3366 
.0760 

1. 1518 
.1544 
.0416 
.0533 
.5086 
.0167 
.1793 

2.0231 



100.0000 



1867. 



.7495 
.0049 
.1020 

6.0727 
.0881 
.8995 
.0017 
.0559 
.1146 
.0343 
.6705 
.0368 
12. 1869 

3.9073 

2. 5919 
.1225 

3. 7950 

1.8219 
.0569 

3.5802 

2. 3179 
.6284 
.2854 
.0348 

4.0227 
.0537 
.0523 
.0402 
.0890 

L8364 

.0683 

18. 6342 

.6945 

18. 0487 

.0799 

9. 7088 
.2848 
.1668 

1.6582 
.2701 
.0613 
.0439 

L8810 
.0669 
.3418 

1.7369 



100.0000 



1868. 



.9487 
.0228 
.2254 
10.0058 
.1030 

1. 3819 
.0281 
.1215 
.2629 
.0875 
.7666 
.0658 

6.4373 

2,6597 

1.4359 
.2509 

6.0030 

1.5643 
.0617 

3.2271 

2.8065 
.8183 
.3053 
.1749 

5.1865 
.2274 
.1595 
.1163 
.1735 

1.2053 

.1367 

17. 9049 

1.5004 

13.9454 

.2093 

11. 1815 

.4412 

.3446 

2.6027 
.4607 
.0575 
.0774 

1. 9788 
.1701 
.6309 

1.3495 



100.0000 



1869. 



.2661 
.0073 
.0886 

2.5944 
.0276 
.4935 
.0090 
.0510 
.0808 
.0290 
.2826 
.0477 
14.9676 

4.8364 

1.1009 

.0809 

11.4389 

.9163 

.0427 

3.6410 

2.9130 
.4439 
.1745 
.1012 

3.6541 

.0486 

.0910 

.0605 

.0644 

.4914 

.0385 

14.8749 

.2763 

20.5888 

. 0509 

10. 1407 

.0769 

.1035 

1.1763 
.1685 
.0276 
.0314 

1.5949 
.0586 
.3270 

1.4184 
.0019 



100.0000 



1870. 



.1870 
.0090 
.1274 

2.0606 
.0242 
.5213 
.0053 
.0359 
.0697 
•0321 
.2168 
.0322 
21.4777 

6.2199 
.5872 
.1297 
12.5367 
.9158 
.1631 

2. 7215 

2.8417 
.4295 

• . 1377 
.1124 

■3. 3773 
.0375 
.0535 
.0486 
.0622 
.7988 
.0336 

9.4561 

.3248 

21.6965 

.0608 

7.4058 
.1357 
.1059 

1.0949 
.1530 
.0162 
.0247 

1.3746 
.0449 
.5417 

1.5417 
.0168 



160.0000 



1871. 



.1571 
.0145 
.1199 

2.4027 
.0270 
.8272 
.0065 
.0611 
.0792 
.0393 
.2660 
.0492 
23.0475 

8.2022 
.8273 
.1430 

8. 8140 
.9504 
.1589 

1.9798 

3.9164 
.7618 
.1350 
.1189 

3. 3373 
.0770 
.2605 
.0454 
.0859 
.8333 
.0354 

8.8213 

.7366 

21. 4950 

.0517 

6.3895 
.0939 
.1129 
.0007 
.2241 
.0275 
.0489 

1.2886 
.0392 
.3227 

1.5720 
.0099 



1871 



.11.-^) 



m 



m 
tm 

^354 
• J264 

mm 

,123 
2181 



jj 



100.0000 



100.1 



* See note on page 246. 

a Part of the cofieotion district of New Mexico since September 5, 1883. 

b Inclnding^Nevada from October 1, 1883, to July 31, 1884, and since July 1, 1887. 

e Including Wyoming since August 15, 1888. 

d Including Rnode Island since July 1, 1887. 

e Part of the collection district of Nebraska since August 20, 1883. 

/ Includi^ nine counties of Maryland from Octol^r 2, 1876, to June 30, 1887, and two counties of Vi 
gmia from June 19, 1877, to June 30, 1887 ; part of the collection district of Maryland since July 1, 1 

a Part of the collection district of Maryland since October 2, 1876. 

h Part of the collection district of Montana since Ausust 20, 1883. 

i Including the Indian Territory since August 8, 1881. 

k Including Mississippi since July 1, 1887 . 

I Part of the collection district of New Hampshire since July 1, 1887. 

m Exclusive of nine counties annexed to Delaware, but including the District of Columbia, fro: 
October 2, 1876, to June 30, 1887; States of Maryland and Delaware and District of Columbia sin< 
July 1,1887. 





COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



245 



SEVERAL General Sources of Internal Revenue now ^axable^ including 
Aggregate Receipts from the same sources^ by Fiscal Years^ from July 1, 



tax are not giveii in Table C in reports since 1880, except those of bank.^ and bankers. Tbey are 

to 1883.] 















8PIBITS. 














( 








Fiscal years ended June 30-^ 












1873. 


1874. 


1875. 


1876. 


1877. 


1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 




.1506 


.1429 


.1116 


.0980 


.1096 


.1367 


.1273 


.1104 


.1036 


.0738 


.0731 


1 


J .0166 


.0122 


.0121 


. 0123 


.0170 


.0256 


.0277 


.0270 


.0337 


. 0393 


.0360 


2 


1 .1100 


.0743 


.0666 


.0821 


.0998 


.1675 


.1445 


.1237 


. 1203 


.0757 


. 0783 


3 


2.1666 


2.7844 


3.0791 


2. 6027 


1.8635 


.9497 


L0547 


1.9768 


2.9089 


8. 2464 


2.9916 


4 


.0613 


-0561 


.0520 


.0464 


.0508 


.0597 


.0863 


.1061 


.1196 


.1330 


.0992 


5 


.7563 


.5618 


.6545 


.4743 


.5618 


.6361 


.4594 


. 2727 


.3778 


.2749 


. 2083 


6 


.0082 


.0139 


.0100 


.0098 


. 0226 


.0329 


.0339 


.0312 


.0322 


.0373 


.0483 


7 


,0769 


.0291 


.0309 


.0351 


.0432 


.0505 


.0505 


.0608 


.0388 


.0616 


.0277 


8 


.0724 
.0481 


.0679 
.0333 


.0634 
.0308 


.0612 
. 0229 


.0043 
.0230 














9 
10 


""*.6283 


"".'6245 


""'.oioi 


"*.'6i89 


'. 6i66 


.0145 


.2783 


.3078 


.2908 


.2709 


.2258 


.4091 


.3526 


.3131 


.3481 


.340U 


.3788 li 


.0291 


.0307 


.0287 


.0235 


.0232 


. 0315 


.0327 


.0279 


.0294 


.0326 


.0350 1-i 


26.3492 


25. 1029 


27. 0947 


35. 1278 


31.7051 


31. 8768 


30.5348 


32. 0162 


32. 8074 


34. 2737 


29. 8029 


13 


9. 7798 


8.6110 


7.5954 


8. 7781 


9.4964 


10. 1711 


10. 0538 


9. 0472 


9. 7603 


8.0641 


6.6587 


14 


.9539 


.6791 


.6043 


.8007 


.2701 


.6314 


.4664 


.3753 


3690 


1. 6235 


4. 5U50 


15 


. 1372 


.0973 


.0700 


.0608 


.0617 


.0758 


.0818 


•1434 


.0896 


.0910 


.0929 


16 


1 7. 0252 


10. 3248 


13. 4511 


9.6207 


12.8341 


9. 6617 


10. 3830 


11.2456 


10. 1413 


11. 9381 


17. 8193 


17 


1.4082 


1. 1812 


.4294 


.1841 


.2055 


.5909 


.2701 


.2347 


.2092 


.3333 


.1973 


18 


1 .1557 


.0752 


.0394 


.0269 


.0173 


.0302 


.0409 


.0296 


.0374 


.0361 


. 0362 


19 


1 2.0814 


2.1749 


2. 5126 


1.6853 


1.9112 


1.4542 


1. 4108 


1.3486 


1.0885 


1. 2773 


2.0844 


20 


I 3.2143 


3.3924 


2.9624 


2.6745 


2. 3704 


2.0939 


2.2348 


2. 1193 


1.9603 


1.8302 


1.7356 


21 


1 .7554 


.5402 


.5165 


.4316 


. 3085 


.2569 


.2261 


.1903 


. 1901 


.1852 


.1996 


22 


i ,13527 


.1234 


.1153 


.1118 


.0959 


.1151 


.1173 


.1368 


.1099 


.1241 


.1346 


23 


) .1331 


.1155 


.0899 


.0772 


.0721 


.0854 


.0738 


.0701 


.0703 


.0685 


.0424 


24 


\ 8.6976 


3.9069 


3.4068 


.6063 


3.0860 


4.6296 


4.0825 


3. 5176 


3.3457 


3. 5949 


4.0063 


25 


1 .0278 


.0370 


.0261 


.0218 


.0218 


.0330 


.0329 


.0297 


.0354 


.0513 


.0561 


26 


\ .3661 


.4457 


.4246 


.7647 


.9231 


1. 2196 


1.4902 


1.3067 


1.2649 


1.3813 


1. 5875 


27 


1 .0565 


.0577 


.0546 


.0570 


.0471 


.0561 


.0508 


.0440 


.0363 


.0302 


. 0275 


28 


.1529 


.1522 


.1677 


.1316 


.1161 


.1292 


.1078 


.1028 


.0920 


.0843 


.0883 


29 


1.4841 


.5930 


.8735 


.3999 


.7670 


.6680 


.6550 


.4699 


.7282 


.7822 


, 7359 


30 


.0306 


.0244 


.0312 


.0282 


. 0224 


.0280 


.0276 


.0401 


<0688 


.0682 


.05*9 


31 


7.7907 


6.5929 


6. 2212 


5.6222 


5. 1041 


6.0754 


6.2028 


4.9211 


4.3453 


3. 6129 


3.3728 


32 




.5543 


.4054 


.3869 


.3797 


.4941 


.5194 


.5415 


.8008 


.9191 


.7476 


. 7340 


33 




20.8976 


21. 7276 


19.1211 


21. 0766 


18.8163 


20. 0853 


21.4000 


21.8912 


2L 3817 


19.6571 


15.0115 


34 


"1 


.0480 


.0441 


.0399 


.0344 


0384 


.0467 


.0492 


.0442 


.0453 


.0454 


.0526 


36 




4.2686 


4. 1078 


3.6425 


2. 7252 


3.4286 


3. 1383 


2.9012 


3.0336 


3.0851 


3.3347 


3. 7386 


36 




.1446 


.1252 


.0559 


.0599 


.0704 


.0775 


.0721 


.0639 


.0596 


.0519 


.0513 


37 




.1591 


.0948 


.1059 


.0872 


.0913 


.1261 


.1126 


.1070 


.0950 


.0742 


.0907 


38 




.9100 


1.0018 


1.2901 


.7806 


1.2045 


L2689 


1.3545 


1. 3421 


1.4240 


1.1106 


1. 3532 


39 




.3147 


.2700 


.2146 


.1838 


.1676 


.2105 


.2045 


.1402 


.1324 


.1147 


.1400 


40 




.0338 


.0460 


.0263 


.0206 


.0180 


.0443 


» . 0214 


.0183 


.0167 


.0173 


.0179 


41 




.0366 


.0302 


.0245 


.0208 


.0204 


.0233 


.0260 


.0221 


.0190 


.0176 


.0152 


42 




L220U 


1.0027 


.9746 


.4807 


.6675 


.6001 


.5091 


.5634 


.4557 


.4789 


.3591 


43 




.0119 


.0162 


.0137 


.0129 


.0120 


.0133 


.0139 


.0123 


.0146 


.0170 


.0217 


44 




.2541 


.4620 


.4446 


.3107 


.3135 


.0789 


.0842 


.0954 


.1650 


.1907 


.2793 


46 




1.6282 


2. 3114 


2.6302 


2.8413 


2.1639 


1.5527 


1.7619 


L3988 


1.3206 


1.0686 


.9973 


46 


.0119 


.0132 


.0122 


.0153 


.0131 


.0148 


.0116 


.0108 


.0104 


.0113 


.0096 


47 




100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100. 0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000100.0000 


100.0000 





tsPazt of the colleotion district of Louisiana since July 1, 1887. 

o Including Idaho since Augnst 20, 1883, and Utah from August 20, 1883, to July 31, 1884, and since 
^Qly 1,1887. 

P Including Dakota (North Dakota and South Dakota fh>m 1891) since August 20, 1883. 
. 9 1'art of California fhnn October 1, 1883, to July 31, 1884, and since July 1, 1887; including TJtab 
<i^m August 1, 1884. to June 30. 1887. 

** Including Maine and Vermont since July 1, 1887. 

* Xnoluding Arizona since September 6, 1883. 

t Including Alaska since December 27, 1872, and 'Washington Territory, now the State of Washing- 
^<^« since September 1, 1883. 

^f art of tne collection district of Connecticut since July 1, 1887. 




* ^art of the collection district of Oregon since September 1, 1883. 
y ^art of the colleotion district of Colorado since August 15, 1883. 



246 



ANNUAL RiJPOBT OF THE 



C. — Comparative Table showing 





1 

STATES ATH) TER- 
RITQRTKS. 


SPIRITS. 




Fiscal years ended June 30— 




1884. 


1885. 


1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1 


1 


A 1 Ahoma 


.0755 
.0026 
.0798 
2. 8932 
.0898 
.2295 
.0039 
.0343 


.0672 


.0629 


.0456 


.0388 


.0446 


1 

.05191 .0345 

i 




2 


Arizonn ^ 




3 


ArlcRnRAA 


.0874 

2. 3167 

:0950 

.2634 


.0906 

L5117 

.0913 

.3149 


.0906 

1.4286 

.1119 

.2935 


.1045 

• 1.4627 

.1102 

.3241 


"Viioi 

1. 1811 
.0992 
.2880 


. 09861 . 0905 

1.0338; 1.1366 

. 0910 . 0528 

.8095 .4595 




4 


CalifomiA 


1 


5 


Colorado 




6 


Connectiont 




7 


Dakota 




8 


Delaware 


.0660 


.0347 


.0473 






........< 







District of Golnmbia.. 
FloricLa 












30 


.0105 

.4164 

.0019 

27. 3028 

6. 6239 

2. 9739 

.0841 

22.2241 

.1930 

.0344 

«. 4752 

1. 5798 

.2083 

.1400 

0414 

4. 0219 
.0938 

1. 7747 
.0017 
.0850 
.6979 
.0686 

3.4255 

.7514 

.13. 1851 


.0141 
.3828 


.0155 
.3573 


.0154 
.3947 


.0134 
.4580 


.0128 
.4989 


.0143 
.5811 


.0119 
.5935 




11 


Georfiria. ...... .... 




12 


Idaho ............. 




13 


Illinois ............... 


30.4346 

5.1903 

2. 7219 

.0998 

19. 7213 

.2081 

.0356 

2. 1535 

L5892 

.2323 

1565 

.0434 

3. 9816 


30. 7068 

6.2607 

3.0954 

.1375 

20.3207 

.2071 

.0384 

1.640'J 

1.3836 

.2440 

.1610 

.0371 


32. 8357 

5.4489 

2. 3574 

.0872 

16. 1354 

.1892 

.0276 

2.0766 

1.6105 
. 2581 
.1533 
.0320 

4.8819 
.0808 

3.2539 
.0375 
.0871 

1. 1913 
.0692 

3.9435 

.7373 

14. 3611 

.0881 

3. 9235 
.0526 
.0934 

1.2684 
.1344 


38. 4340 

4.8989 

.2040 

.0508 

17. 8102 
.2234 


6.7585 

.0989 

.0432 

20. 2911 

.2147 


37. 8314 

6. 7551 

.1336 

.0535 


40.5274 

6.9264 

.1205 

.0474 


34 


14 


Indiana ............ 


6 


15 


Iowa ............... 




16 


XannR4* »r - 




17 


XATitnrkv .. 


18.2960' iB.'tR.^O 


?.\ 


18 


Louisiana. ............ 


.1941 


.1269 




19 


^ain<> .......... 




20 


Maryland r --, rr 


2.1177 

1. 7314 

.2161 

.1133 


2.6692 

1.4458 

.2079 

1. 2470 


1. 6079 

L2351 

.2046 

3. 2023 


1.4141 

1.1683 

.1550 

2.6794 


1 


21 
?2 


Massachusetts 

Michifiran ...... 


1 


23 


Minnesota ............ 


1 


?4 


MiHHiSRil>1>i - r w r 




25 


Misponrf 


4. 0563 

.0882 

3.6342 


3.0717 

.0879 

2.6557 


2.7058 

.0948 

3.3145 


2. 1198 

.0610 

3.6330 


3 


26 
27 


Montana 

Nebraska 


.0780 .0739 

2.6604 2.1235 
.0376 .0350 
. 0903 . 0729 
. 9837 . 6983 
.0760 .0693 

3.8456 3.6898 

.8357 .7010 

13.3825 13.5257 

.0791 .0705 

4. 1152 4. 2533 
.0565 .0536 
. 0917 . 0908 

1. 3710 1. 2722 
. 1357 . 1348 


i 


28 


Nevada . ........ 




29 
30 


New Hampshire 

New J ersev. ........ . . 


.1077 
.8416 
.0619 

3. 7706 

.7861 

11.5085 

.0938 

3. 7114 


1072 
.7654 
.0567 

3. 7739 
.7993 

9. 7187 
.0984 

3.8304 


.1001 

.6060 

.0526 

3. 3421 

.8939 

10.2308 

.1141 

4. 1131 


*".6658 

.5585 

.0304 

2.9523 

.8771 

10.8956 

.1112 

3.9354 




31 


New Mexico 




32 


New York .*. . 


3. 


33 
34 


North Carolina 

Ohio 


i 


85 


Oregon 


.0793 

4.3209 

.0492 

.0821 

1.4657 

.1371 

.0009 

.0165 

.4211 

.0023 

.4047 

1. 1959 

.0004 




36 


Fennsvlvania ......... 


4. 


37 


Rhode Island 




38 
39 


South Carolina 

Tennessee 


.0962 

1. 1552 

.1233 


.0686 

1. 1127 

.1228 


.0788 

L0655 

.1304 


.0&59 

1. 2126 

.1085 


I. 


40 


Texas 




41 


TJtah 




42 


Vermont ..... .. 


.0177 .0190 
.4548 .4511 


.0178 
.4267 












43 


Virginia 


.3659 


.3347 


.3295 


.3249 




44 


'Washinerton . 




45 
46 


West Virginia 

Wisconsin 


4127 . 3051 
1.4151 L3786 


.3260 
L3860 


.2714 
1. 0162 


.3858 
.8782 


.3176 
.8166 


.2033 
.7170 




47 


W vominfiT. ........ 






Total 


















100.0000 


100. 00001 on. nono 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100. OW 


100. 






1 











Note.— The'foilowing example is ^ven as an illustration of the use that can be made of Table 
connection with Table E in ascertaining the collections, approximately, for each State,and Territ 
on spirits, tobacco, fermented liquors, etc., for any year from 1864 to 1894, when such infonnatic 
desired and a report for that year is not at hand. In the calculation of the percentages there is all 
a remainder. Hence^ in reyersing the process and multiplying the per cent (quotient) by the dn 
the product will not equal the dlvldena exactly, but it will be so near to it as to answer moet pr 
calpurposes. 

The per cent of spirits for Illinois in 1885 was .304346. (See p. 246, Bep. 1890.) The total collect 
on spirits in the United States that year were $67,511,208 63 (See p. 333, Rep. 1890.) $67,511,208 
.304346=$20,M6, 766.30. The actual collections were $20,546,765.19 (see p. 27, Rep . 1885), showing « 
ferenoe of only $1.11 between the actual collections and the collections as obtamed by calcalation 



COMMISSIONEB OF INTERNAL BEVENUE. 



247 



KCBNTA6ES OF Rkckipts, ETC. — Continued. 



SPIRITS. 



TOBACCO. 



Fiscal years ended June 30— 



xms. 



.0437 



.0944 

1.1541 

.0836 

.3834 



.0088 
.8805 



30.2535 

5.8899 

.1587 

.0597 

25.7985 
.1500 



1.8392 

1.0421 

.1859 

2.1589 



3.3867 

.0877 

3.6815 



.0969 
.8528 
.0371 

5. 1114 
.7828 

8.6667 
.1197 

4.9223 



.0469 

1.0934 

.1110 



.2636 



.2810 
.7736 



100.0000 



1894. 



.0606 



.1094 

1.1190 

.0862 

.4280 



.0145 
.3704 



20.8F23 

4.7907 

.1309 

.0763 

26.2043 
.2675 



2.5090 

1.0669 

.1948 

1.9525 



2.4702 

.0690 

2.2454 



.1063 
.8689 
.0321 

5.5609 
.8439 

9. 1212 
.1671 

6.0067 



.0666 
.8814 
.1402 



.3504 



.4140 
L3834 



100.0000 



1864. 



5109 
,0002 
,5006 



,8173 
0449 



1865. 



1.0504 
.0001 
.6836 



.6711 
.0703 



3. 7028 

1. 6957 

.2342 

.0089 

18. 3743 

.3321 

.1916 

5. 2204 

1. 9470 

4.0904 

.0087 



15.9464 



.0035 

.0705 

1.3427 



25.2422 



9.7261 
.0087 

7.8318 
.2683 



0551 



.0257 
.0731 
.0003 
.6265 
1.0811 



100.0000 



3.5441 

1.8212 

.5899 

.0457 

8.8958 

.7060 

.1247 

5.0498 

1. 7721 

4.4778 

.0162 



1866. 



.0128 



.0002 

4.0884 

.6001 

.7895 



1.3358 
0628 



11. 7129 



.0031 

.0036 

.0871 

3.1344 



29. 6279 



12. 1760 

01^6 

12.9570 

.3101 



1889 



.0359 
.1100 
.0012 
.4798 
L1327 



100.0000 



.0146 

.0006 

5. 2410 

1. 1753 

.2801 

.0365 

7. 7879 

.8775 

.0976 

3. 9395 

2. 1918 

4.3478 

.0406 



10.8390 



.0033 

.0043 

.0888 

2. 0771 



1867. 



.2225 
.0005 
.0081 
4.6071 
.0316 
.7198 



1.0713 

.0538 

.0008 

.3031 

.0001 

5.8924 

.7781 

.3628 

.0583 

7.0627 

1.9817 

.3594 

4. 7472 

2.8002 

4.2057 

.0404 

.0001 

8.8943 

.0001 

.0029 

.0019 

.0702 

1.9178 



31. 02671 
.0162 

10.5294 
.0060 
9.8709 
.2481 
.0235 
.0519 
.0030 
.0021 
.0220 
1.4513 
.0010 
.4597 
.9553 



30. 3183 

1275 

9.7320 

.0894 

9.7364 

.2698 

.0183 

.2496 

0245 



.0236 

L5098 

.0014 

.3936 

1.3109 



1868. 



.3472 
.0001 
.0038 

4.6263 
.0420 
.5939 
.0003 
.9828 
.0542 
.0022 

1.1343 



5.7042 

.9173 

.4998 

.0386 

5.8296 

1. 4123 

.4370 

4.1902 

2.5457 

4. 4359 

.0305 



8.5094 



.0103 
.0002 
.0620 

1.8497 

.0067 

30. 1435 

1. 4088 

9.9034 
.1859 

8. 7326 
.1862 
.0710 
.5613 
, 1084 
.0146 
.0143 

2.2688 

.0011 

5438 

1.5898 



100. 0000 100. 0000100. 0000 



1869. 1870. 



.1104 

.0019 

.0320 

3.8890 

.0199 

.6900 

.0029 

.4652 

.0896 

.0361 

.6428 

.0084 

6.2387 

1.2257 

.9719 

.0771 

4.6136 

1.9054 

.1430 

4.2645 

2.2924 

4.5090 

.1029 

.0224 

6. 9828 

.0072 

.0326 

.0191 

.0827 

1.9151 

.0122 

27 8634 

1.4308 

9.3570 

.1813 

10. 1603 

.2132 

.0916 

.3089 

.0719 

.0107 

.0457 

6.5124 

.0043 

.6433 

1.6980 

.0007 



100. 0000 



.0675 
.0019 
.0500 

3.1393 
.0188 
.5682 
.0019 
.7911 
.0719 
.1477 
.8769 
.0182 

6.2186 
.8565 
.7806 
. 0781 

4.0269 

3. 2019 
.0960 

4.9643 

1. 7308 

4.4012 
.1216 
.0523 

5. 9777 
.0354 
.0441 
.0259 
.0629 

1.6248 

.0111 

25. 2702 

3.1384 

7.5297 
.0898 

8. 1595 
.1626 
.0788 
.2625 
.1006 
.0136 
.0367 
12. 9765 
.0066 
.6365 

1.4682 
.0057 



100.0000 



1871. 1872. 



.0602 
.0027 
.0613 

3.1928 
.0097 
.4771 
.0024 
.8303 
.0774 
.1781 
.6953 
.0050 

6.8321 
.8889 
.7128 
.0996 

4.4321 

2. 5712 
.0901 

4.599") 

1.6635 

4.1962 
.0860 
.0563 

6. 2747 
.0122 
.0408 
.0104 
.0688 

1.6606 

.0101 

25. 6257 

2.5658 

7. 5762 
.0513 

8.3409 
.1688 
.0696 
.2737 
.1061 
.0049 
.0393 
12. 9959 
.0046 
.6977 

1. 5787 
.0028 



100.0000 



.2275 
.0041 
.0700 

2.9850 
.0144 
.4653 
.0025 
.9549 
.0873 
.2151 
.6342 
.0040 

5. 9107 
.9434 
.8273 
.1147 

4.4296 

1.8661 
.0886 

4.5953 

1.6478 

4.7161 
.0880 
.0514 

5. 8741 
.0065 
.0451 
.0132 
.0682 

1. 8519 

.0085 

26.4263 

2.7820 

8.0332 
.1343 

8.3614 
.1817 
.0829 
.8549 
.1457 
.0054 
.0539 
11.7974 
.0080 
.8178 

2.0012 
.0022 



1873. 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



.1394 

.0070 

.0751 
2.0050 

.0255 

.4771 

.0043 
1.0436 

.0955 

.3601 

. 7124 11 

.005312 
6. 7066 13 

.916214 

. 8767,15 

. 1163 16 
4.364117 
1. 3145 18 

. 129119 
8.2560 20 
1. 5632 21 
4. 0878 22 

. 1114 23 

. 078324 
4. 9526 25 

.0069 26 



.0631 
.0141 
.1163 

2.0995 

.0118 

23.9837 

3. 1370 

7. 9826 
.0838 

7.6403 
.1883 
.1105 
.2737 
.1650 
.0120 
.0700 
19. 0078 
.0058 
.7857 

1.7253 
.0037 



100.0000100.0000 



27 
28 
2§ 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



248 



ANNUAL BEPOBT OF THE 



C.^COMPARATIVS TABLB SHOWING TK% 



STATES AND TEB- 
RITORIES. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
P5 
86 
87 
88 
89 
49 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansaa 

Callfoniia 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Dakota 

Delaware 

District of Colombia. . 

Florida 

Georgia 

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 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

"West Vfrginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Total 









TOBAOOO 














Fiscal years ended June 30 — 




■ 


1874. 


1875. 


1876. 


1877. 


1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


.0818 


.0769 


.0799 


.0699 


.0790 


.0794 


.0919 


.0963 


.0910 


.0092 


.0080 


.0099 


.0105 


.0129 


.0166 


.0174 


.0159 


.0137 


.0800 


.0970 


.0469 


.0499 


.0665 


.0860 


.1074 


.1043 


.1094 


1.7099 


1.8644 


2.0808 


1.8595 


1. 9119 


1.8630 


1.9324 


2.0673 


2.3063 


.0326 


.0310 


.0324 


.0390 


.0443 


.0539 


.0739 


.0794 


.0783 


.4624 


.4466 


.4289 


.3848 


.3900 


.3814 


.4434 


.4321 


.4359 


.0064 


.0050 


.0057 


,0101 


.0140 


.0182 


.0279 


.0293 


.0338 


.9866 


.8833 


.9362 


1.0442 


1.0944 


.8348 


.6407 


.6129 


.6032 


.0973 
.3498 


.0903 
.4458 


.0887 
.3992 


.0174 
.3649 












* .4i74 


.4630 


.4920 


.5562 


'".5494 


.5210 


.4512 


.3846 


.2333 


.1546 


.1720 


.1908 


.1771 


.1520 


.0046 


.0046 


.0038 


.0030 


.0035 


.0049 


.0052 


.0066 


.0085 


6.6506 


7.0811 


7.4279 


6.8598 


7.0583 


6.6178 


6. 4142 


6.1881 


6.0535 


.9355 


.9648 


.8937 


.7419 


.7733 


.7451 


.8524 


.8448 


.8295 


1.0835 


L1965 


1. 1615 


1.0113 


.9087 


.7887 


.7675 


.7273 


.7429 


.1427 


.1298 


.1308 


.1345 


.1625 


.1957 


.2575 


.2617 


.2654 


4.7347 


4.6285 


5.0386 


4.6543 


4.3553 


4.7119 


4.3415 


3. 7012 


3.8633 


.9396 


.7532 


.8397 


1.0413 


.9314 


.9254 


1.0838 


1.2332 


1.2274 


.1378 


.1218 


.1114 


.1093 


.1156 


.1178 


.1338 


.1197 


.1081 


2.9826 


3.1480 


8.4035 


3.1888 


3.2137 


3.0420 


3.1464 


3.2656 


3.2248 


1.5892 


1.4804 


1.5970 


1.6826 


1.7308 


1.5558 


1.5682 


1.3755 


1.3996 


3.7278 


3.7099 


3.7848 


3.2736 


2.9793 


3.0269 


2.8795 


2.9683 


3.0581 


.1301 


.1432 


.1537 


.1506 


.1918 


.2152 


.2787 


.2988 


.3366 


.0720 


.0605 


.0524] 


.0519 


.0563 


.0565 


.0719 


.0664 


.0599 


5.2722 


5.4065 


4.7689 


4.6540 


4.8758 


5.2847 


6.1550 


7.4068 


7.8924 


.0091 


.0072 


.0060 


.0059 


.0076 


.0078 


.0090 


.0110 


.0154 


.0716 


.0820 


.0892 


.0895 


.1041 


.1262 


.1516 


.1317 


.1289 


.0151 


.0143 


.0159 


.0137 


.0147 


.0156 


.0159 


.0129 


.0106 


.1020 


.1035 


.0767 


.0772 


.0762 


.0701 


.0815 


.0791 


.0656 


2.2807 


3.5414 


7.3686 


9.6475 


10.4912 


9.3454 


8.3892 


8.6824 


8.6638 


.0117 


.0099 


.0085 


.0073 


.0067 


.0079 


.0133 


.0186 


.0194 


23.4429 


20.4801 


17.6930 


17.3993 


18.6653 


18.7889 


19.9762 


20.0071 


20.5446 


3.6554 


3.7349 


8.5820 


3.6060 


3.8282 


5.2261 


4.7325 


4.2969 


4.9088 


9.1245 


9.3436 


8.9790 


8.7464 


8. 6714 


8.5771 


8.3132 


8.1342 


7.08U 


.0211 


.0192 


.0208 


.0224 


.0270 


.0319 


.0379 


.0359 


.0347 


7.4360 


6.8674 


6.8850 


6.5463 


7.0033 


7.3831 


8.6482 


8.7535 


8.9584 


.1838 


.1639 


.1476 


.1399 


.1578 


.1524 


.1577 


.1499 


.1354 


.1123 


.1169 


.0994 


.0941 


.1010 


.0865 


.0899 


.1006 


.0909 


.3520 


.3716 


.2770 


.3985 


,3743 


.3602 


.3331 


.3201 


.3661 


.1996 


.1645 


.1679 


.1818 


.1926 


.2036 


.2155 


..2046 


.1878 


.0183 


.0150 


.0149 


.0139 


.0150 


.0160 


.0155 


.0142 


.0140 


.0790 


.0676 


.0574 


.0515 


.0582 


.0.546 


.0592 


.0598 


.0677 


17.1568 


18.8712 


17.4672 


18.1625 


15.3284 


15.2284 


18.8056 


13.2198 


12.2370 


.0080 


.0061 


.0064 


.0074 


.0079 


.0083 


.0103 


.0129 


.0118 


.7324 


.6089 


.5048 


.5594 


.5822 


.5635 


.6484 


.6438 


.6161 


2.2435 


2.2284 


2.6663 


2.5846 


2.7411 


2.4853 


2.4228 


2.4516 


2.4700 


.0043 


.0041 


.0055 


.0045 


.0045 


.0044 


.0045 


.0046 


.0047 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


109.0000 


100.0000100.0000 



COMUISSrONEB OF INTEBNAL BEV ENDE. 



249 



Pkrcentagbs of Regbipts, etc. — Continued. 



j 








tOKACOO. 












r Fifloal yean ended June 30— 




1 1883. 


1884. 


1885. 


1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 




1 .0683 


.0922 


.0859 


.1059 


.1081 


.1153 


.1124 


.1104 


.0656 


.0545 


.0538 


.0540 


1 


1 .0092 


.0010 
.1055 






















2 


.0732 


.0966 


.1073 


.1006 


.0997 


.1010 


.1026 


.0610 


.0286 


.0245 


.0178 


8 


' 2.3482 


2. 3519 


2.1184 


1.8399 


1.7786 


1. 7576 


1.5789 


1. 3181 


1.2216 


1.1297 


1.0080 


.8566 


4 


.0594 


.0910 


.1086 


.1240 


.1615 


.1733 


.1692 


.1726 


.1507 


.1471 


.1568 


.1177 


6 


.4373 


.4352 


.4108 


.4194 


.4113 


.5296 


.4956 


.4567 


.4155 


.4333 


.4330 


.4262 


6 


.0869 
.6013 


.0057 
.6371 






















7 


.6823 


.7144 


.6748 














8 










......... 









.5412 


.6516 


.7889 


.8095 


1.0353 


1.1008 


1.2045 


1. 3579 


1. 4707 


1.4358 


i.4648 


i.3857 


10 


.1200 


.1630 


.1476 


.1535 


.1981 


.1656 


.1397 


.1239 


.0566 


.0364 


.0439 


. 0531111 


.0067 


.0005 
5. 4142 






















12 


Q.0120 


4.9481 


4.8066 


4.4084 


4.1589 


' 3.9463 


4.0605 


*4.4279 


4.6928 


4. 9569 


5.0475 


13 


1 .7480 


.7230 


.6793 


.6348 


.6515 


.6729 


.6876 


.6790 


.6491 


.6975 


.7268 


.6993 


14 


\ .7195 


.7685 


.7870 


.7254 


.6803 


.6948 


.6612 


.6477 


.6534 


.7007 


.7520 


.7755 


15 


\ .2540 


.2858 


.3099 


.3134 


.3407 


.3285 


.2856 


.2683 


.2038 


.2135 


.2167 


.2192 


16 


\ 4.2646 


4.7911 


4.8561 


5. 1872 


5.0113 


4.9817 


4.8521 


5.2985 


6.1703 


4.9979 


5. 7117 


5.5967 


17 


\ 1.1911 


1.1636 


1.1643 


1.0609 


.9937 


1.0572 


1. 0211 


1.0173 


.9805 


1.0788 


1.0562 


1.1941 


18 


\ 0895 


.1061 
3.2874 


.1041 
3.4644 


.1011 
3.4007 


.0935 
3.3218 
















19 


\ 3.4265 


4. 3141 


4. 3392 


3.9822 


3. 6383 


3. 2721 


3.3844 


3.2086 


20 


\ 1.3031 


1.3805 


1.3977 


1.4437 


1.3266 


1.2299 


1. 1351 


1.0970 


1.0833 


1. 1526 


1.2031 


1. 188921 


1 8.0889 


3.3224 


3.7508 


3.8497 


3.7969 


3.5685 


4.0061 


4.3221 


4.5270 


4. 6354 


4.5535 


4.667222 


.3586 


.4093 


.4299 


.4406 


.4235 


.4138 


.4497 


.4561 


.4568 


.4932 


.4900 


.428623 


.0373 
8.1616 


.0555 
8.8198 


.0546 
9.5023 


.0569 
10.4226 


.0541 
10. 9535 


* 








■ 






24 
26 


*ii.'7842 


12. 1482 


ii."9896 


i2. i477 


11.4591 


11. 1539 


11.9822 


.0153 


.0428 


.0273 


.0285 


.0296 


.0486 


.0591 


.0693 


.0523 


.0485 


.0433 


.0351 


26 


.1266 


.2093 


.2337 


.2563 


.2817 


.2950 


.3058 


.2850 


.2229 


.2276 


.2427 


.2390 


27 


.0067 


.0005 
.0745 


.0197 
.0672 


.0198 
.0650 


.0104 
.0608 
















28 


.0629 


.2018 


.1926 


.1877 


.1393 


.1522 


.1634 


.1711 


29 


0.5198 


7.9921 


7.9305 


8.8008 


8.8327 


7. 3238 


7.7247 


6.7032 


6.4077 


6. 3136 


5.8030 


5.9659 


30 


.0153 


.0240 


.0230 


.0209 


.0188 


.0193 


.0214 


.0192 


.0044 


.0021 


.0025 


.0040 31 


21.0306 


19.9776 


19.4629 


18.7459 


17. 6281 


17.3143 


16. 5206 


16. 1146 


16. 6265 


17. 3377 


17. 3317 


17.6448 32 


4.3043 


4.5035 


4.2211 


4.4850 


4.8320 


5.3167 


5.8530 


5. 9371 


5.3210 


5. 3307 


5.2469 


5.7200 33 


6.6504 


6.7177 


7.8329 


6.7929 


8.3760 


7.6810 


7.2412 


8.1667 


8.2187 


8. 0750 


7. 7172 


7.4546 34 


.0321 


.0615 


.0568 


.0579 


.0610 


.0838 


.1235 


.1695 


.1336 


.1016 


.0886 


.0789 35 


9.0294 


9.9086 


10.0636 


10.3343 


10.7450 


11.0228 


10. 7386 


11.0213 


12. 3302 


13.3987 


13. 7989 


13. 0594 30 


.1237 
.0666 


.1391 
.0761 


.1342 
.0729 


.1451 
.0758 


.1302 
.0736 
















.S7 


.0690 


'".0621 


.0580 


.0208 


.0216 


.0136 


. 0127138 


.3182 


.3891 


.8864 


.3998 


.4267 


.5077 


.5720 


.6260 


.5020 


.4745 


.6110 


.5926 


30 


.1557 


.1985 


.1898 


.1826 


.1851 


.1805 


.1853 


.1922 


.1138 


.0918 


.0821 


.0937 


40 


.0111 

.0578 

1L2586 


.0010 

.0629 

11.0480 






















41 


.0607 
10.2656 


.0582 
0.4344 


.0641 
8.6327 












" 




42 


9.6164 


9.4346 


'0.4095 


8.7629 


8.1319 


8.0808 


7.5587 


43 


.0098 
.6341 


.0015 
.7157 






















44 


.7564 


.7271 


.7673 


.9095 


1.2491 


1.4385 


1.6021 


1.4840 


i.3779 


1.3978 


45 


2. 6114 


2.7049 


2.8078 


2.6637 


2.8209 


2.2574 


2.2929 


2.1617 


2.1620 


2.1405 


2.1070 


2.1528 


46 


.0032 


.0002 


















■ 




47 
























100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 

> 


100.0000 


100. 0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 





I 



250 



ANNUAL BEPOET OP THE 



C. — CoMPARATivis Table showing thb 



1 

2 
3 

4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
U 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



STATES AND TEB- 
KITOBEES. 



Alabama ■ 

Arizona. ; 

Arkansas *. 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Dakota 

Delaware 

District of Colnmbia 

Florida 

Creorgia 

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 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania , 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin , 

Wyoming , 



VMBMSSTSD LIQUOBS. 



Fiscal years ended June 30— 



1864. 



'2.4532 
.0478 
.5145 



.0303 
.4333 



7.0485 
2.1337 

.9363 

.1795 
1. 3519 
1. 1315 

.0715 
2.9060 
4.2957 
1.7011 

.3588 



5.0724 



.0578 
.2241 
.9787 
5.8708 
.0101 
34. 5749 



9.5626 

.0821 

13. 7961 

.2802 



Total 



.1099 



.0075 
.0493 
.1087 
.0349 
.6600 
2.9263 



100. 0000 



1865. 



2.2458 
.0478 
.•6590 



.0358 
.5207 



7.4385 
2.8562 
1. 1672 

.2430 
1.7420 

.6698 

.0556 
2.6478 
4.0001 
2.5029 

.4217 



1866. 



.0097 



.0108 

1.8147 

.0369 

.5167 



.0258 
.4049 



5.9512 
.0222 
.0692 
.1754 
.9617 
5.8872 
.0130 
31. 1096 



9,7297 

.0601 

14.3874 

.2350 



.6529 



.0148 
.0562 
.0934 
.0521 
.5111 
2.7639 



100.0000 



.0409 

.0453 

8.2349 

2.5099 

1.4000 

.2395 

1.7786 

.6268 

.0896 

2.2459 

7. 3731 

2.1438 

.5722 

.0005 

5.2305 

.0440 

.0673 

.0830 

.8405 

5.8727 

.0076 

30.2904 

.0011 

10. 1165 

.1036 

13.0480 

.2124 

.0001 

.4261 

.1186 

.0119 

.0439 

.0871 

.0311 

.4818 

2. 7613 



100.0000 



1867. 



.0130 
.0027 
.0038 
2.6254 
.0497 
.6770 
.0003 
.0417 
.3495 



.0483 

.0450 

8.4291 

2.3226 

1.7042 

.3134 

1.5272 

.4863 

.0900 

2.2010 

4.5503 

2.3440 

.7393 

.0079 

4.5699 

.0443 

.0926 

.1170 

1.2067 

6.4653 

.0132 

30.7275 

.0008 

9.0690 

.1022 

14.2698 

.1978 

.0136 

.2411 

.1693 

.0208 

.0524 

.1188 

.0458 

.4132 

3.4682 



100.0000 



1868. 



.0152 
.0106 
.0099 
2. 9949 
.0616 
.6441 
.0129 
.0758 
.3212 



.0527 

.0557 

8.7149 

2.5299 

1.9204 

.3476 

1.4174 

.7234 

.0526 

2.4255 

4.6912 

2.3903 

.8386 

.0075 

4.3061 

.0640 

.1591 

.1606 

1.0268 

6.4367 

.0110 

29.6859 

.0031 

10.0553 

.1353 

12.6797 

.1879 

.0213 

.2235 

.1900 

.0197 

.0599 

.1585 

.0392 

.2880 

3. 7745 



100.0000 



1868. 



.0119 
.0066 
.0040 
2.9072 
.0500 
.6599 
.0182 
.0868 
.2614 



.0819 

.0466 

7.8326 

2.2955 

2.0362 

.3390 

1.1452 

.6482 

.1022 

2.2171 

4.8757 

2.4601 

.8366 

.0022 

4.0149 

.0525 

.2155 

.1448 

1.3159 

6.8817 

.0236 

31.7290 

.0023 

9.4274 

.1283 

12.7926 

.1611 

.0166 

.1436 

.1243 

.0401 

.0449 

.1614 

.0388 

.2625 

3.3487 

.0044 



100.0000 



1870. 



.0151 
.0100 
.0042 
3.2009 
.0784 
.7229 
.0063 
.0630 
.2115 



.0814 

.0323 

7.1245 

2. 1478 

1.8071 

.3489 

1.1156 

.7905 

.0670 

2.1249 

5.0223 

2.2326 

1.0433 

.0075 

4.1088 

.0819 

.2546 

.1573 

1.2261 

6.9512 

.0214 

32. 1130 

.0035 

9.4019 

.1382 

12.9541 

.2071 

.0251 

.1544 

.1396 

.0282 

.0348 

.1400 

.0433 

.2459 

3.2898 

.0218 



100.0000 



1871. 



.0118 
.0058 
.0013 

2.7638 
.1137 
.7248 
.0156 
.0503 
.1897 
.0019 
.0884 
.0297 

6.5445 

2.1328 

1.5094 
.3681 

1.2062 
.74S2 
.1230 

2.1091 

7.1 

2. 

.9371 
.0112 

4.4968 
.0719 
.2150 
.1590 

1.0223 

7.0039 

.0141 

31.6556 

.0011 

9.1980 
.1076 
12.8512 
.1833 
.0215 
.1036 
.1458 
.0241 
.0258 
.1116 
.0546 
.2369 

3.21T7 
.0129 




100.0000 



COMMISSIONER OF INTEBNAL REVENUE. 



251 



Pebcentages of Receipts, etc. — Continued. 











FERMEirnED LIQUOB8. 




















Fiscal 


i years ended June 30— 












1872. 


1873. 


1874. 


1875. 


1876. 


1877. 


1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 




.0156 


.0124 


.0133 


.0082 


.0130 


.0074 


.0042 


.0041 


.0052 


.0054 


.0049 


.0059 


1 


.0150 


.0126 


.0096 


.0102 


.0116 


.0128 


.0201 


.0224 


.0215 


.0433 


.0367 


.0282 


2 


.0015 


.0068 


.0034 


.0036 


.0059 


.0046 


.0093 


.0055 


.0060 


.0047 


.0038 


.0068 


S 


2.4613 


2.4330 


2. 8739 


3.5066 


3. 7074 


3. 0125 


3.6880 


3.5064 


2.9106 


2.9554 


2. 6171 


2.6488 


4 


.1325 


.1867 


.2445 


.2862 


.2640 


.2401 


.2509 


.3367 


.4545 


.5260 


.5409 


.5557 


& 


.7201 


.6186 


.6389 


.6336 


.7164 


.7121 


.6023 


.5585 


.5698 


.5630 


.6668 


.7291 


9 


.0140 


.0163 


.0233 


.0264 


.0360 


.0445 


.0634 


.0616 


.0596 


.0742 


.1192 


.1718 


7 


.0510 


.0739 


.0720 


.0650 


.0705 


.0803 


.0811 


.0796 


.0784 


.0873 


.0870 


.0913 


8 


.1938 
.0015 


.2257 
.0040 


.2973 
.0021 


.2550 
.0012 


.2975 
.0031 


.0914 
.0024 














9 

10 


"V6644 


'".6626 


'".'6646 


"V6ii2 


'".0135 


'".'o683 


.0697 


.0820 


.0717 


.0737 


.0708 


.0914 


.0724 


.0970 


.0992 


.0604 


.0383 


.0741 


u 


.0199 


.0180 


.0146 


.0153 


.0144 


.0142 


.0185 


.0182 


.0234 


.0199 


0286 


.0300 


12 


6.2241 


5.8131 


6.1604 


6.0784 


6. 0186 


5.7155 


5.7520 


5.7638 


5.9784 


6. 1795 


6. 1762 


6.0840 


13 


2.0549 


2. 0303 


2.0236 


2. 1148 


2.0398 


1.8237 


1.8233 


1.8021 


1.9653 


2.0134 


1.9733 


1.8831 


14 


1.5933 


1. 7016 


1.9059 


2. 2002 


2. 1418 


1.8688 


1.9422 


1.8075 


1.8505 


1.8588 


1.7562 


1.5631 


15 


.3320 


.3262 


.3449 


.3032 


.2831 


.2768 


.2862 


.2821 


.2759 


.1915 


.1609 


.1587 


16 


1.2714 


1.2762 


1.3456 


1.3164 


1.1847 


1. 1279 


1.2395 


1.3541 


1.3501 


1.3474 


1.3097 


1.2335 


17 


.6009 


.5393 


.4738 


.3553 


.3935 


.4161 


.4114 


.4381 


.4271 


.3738 


.3316 


.3467 


18 


.0908 


.1009 


.1540 


.1507 


.1313 


.0847 


.0214 


.0231 


.0141 


.0185 


.0185 


.0167 


19 


2. 1579 


2.2404 


2.2688 


2. 1762 


2.0970 


2. 3106 


2.3063 


2. 1412 


2.0034 


2.0569 


2.0559 


2. 0546 


20 


7.0265 


6.8523 


5.5764 


5.4839 


5. 3135 


5.3784 


5.9354 


5.2906 


5.0621 


5.1504 


4. 9219 


4.8442 


21 


2. 1519 


2.4040 


2. 3030 


2.2919 


2.3788 


2.2163 


2. 1277 


2, 1867 


2.2331 


2.1463 


2.0004 


1.9720 


22 


.9388 


1.0207 


1.0796 


1.0829 


1. 1055 


1. 0797 


1.1691 


1. 1395 


1.1945 


1.3200 


1..S072 


1.4299 


23 


.0115 


.0190 


.0150 


.0103 


.0075 


.0091 


.0102 


.0130 


.0133 


.0139 


.0151 


.0193 


24 


4.5744 


4.4362 


4.4913 


4.4409 


4. 4570 


4.9598 


5. 2093 


5.4034 


5.5469 


5.7565 


5.9580 


5.8319 


25 


.0443 


.0457 


.0593 


.0605 


.0550 


.0507 


.0624 


.0678 


.0723 


.0810 


.0941 


.1020 


26 


.2204 


.2435 


.2805 


.2766 


.2971 


.2837 


.3216 


.3131 


.3439 


.3396 


.3341 


.3338 


27 


.1606 


.1711 


.1538 


.1678 


.1848 


.1565 


.1483 


.1536 


.1305 


.1106 


.0811 


.0672 


28 


1. 2455 


1.3387 


1.2208 


»1. 5561 


1.4724 


1.2907 


1. 2046 


1.2068 


1.3829 


1.4249 


1. 4903 


1. 5200 


29 


6.9438 


6.4960 


6.0906 


5. 5173 


5. 5875 


5. 3606 


5.0014 


4.8289 


4.7884 


4.6457 


4. 7568 


4.7707 


30 


.0128 


.0156 


.0140 


.0207 


.0166 


.0143 


.0112 


.0081 


.0076 


.0096 


.0173 


.0225 


31 


81.9670 


32. 0427 


32. 1255 


32.5258 


32. 6437 


34.3457 


34.3082 


34. 9603 


33. 9701 


33.4933 


32.8833 


32. 9821 


32 


.0006 


.0034 


.0032 


.0073 


.0058 


.0054 


.0049 


.0049 


.0064 


.0063 


.0084 


.0114 


33 


9.0471 


9.3461 


9.4603 


9.4948 


9.4000 


8.9016 


9.4138 


9.2083 


9. 2075 


9.0769 


9.1982 


9.0975 


34 


.1003 


.0959 


.0987 


.1057 


.1189 


.1323 


.1682 


.1726 


.1861 


.2010 


.1707 


.1696 


35 


12.6137 


12. 4029 


12. 0378 


11.0199 


11.1618 


10.7606 


10.0664 


9. 8708 


10. 1324 


9.8783 


10. 3213 


10.4161 


36 


.2193 


.2221 


.2864 


.2647 


.3143 


.3433 


.s3707 


.3933 


.4183 


.4141 


.4222 


.3937 


37 


.0243 


.0285 


.0292 


.0267 


.0200 


.0144 


.0130 


.0073 


.0257 


.0635 


.0642 


.0549 


3g 


.0861 


.0907 


.0640 


.0395 


.0275 


.0246 


.1224 


.0803 


.0787 


.0757 


.0634 


.0381 


39 


.2234 


.2158 


.2233 


.2436 


.2699 


.2396 


.1936 


.1419 


.1164 


.0954 


.0954 


.0979 


40 


.0432 


.0921 


.1029 


.1042 


.1031 


.1034 


.0966 


.1248 


.1106 


.1268 


.1134 


.1306 


41 


.0411 


.0387 


.0354 


.0314 


.0250 


.0171 


.0248 


.0210 


.0157 


.0131 


.0106 


.0095 


42 


.1366 


.1336 


.1278 


.1777 


.1923 


.1756 


.1526 


.1475 


.1408 


.1455 


.1569 


.1552 


43 


.0652 


.0643 


.0692 


.0768 


.0918 


.0953 


.0981 


.0925 


.0825 


.1091 


.1011 


.1252 


44 


.2685 


.2732 


.2793 


.3092 


.2864 


.2502 


.2424 


.2285 


.2584 


.2621 


.2857 


.2975 


45 


3.7945 


4.1651 


4. 7143 


5.0463 


4.9211 


4.9084 


4.8876 


5. 5939 


6. 3339 


6.6007 


7. 1537 


7. 3835 


46 


.0174 


.0241 


.0268 


.0393 


.0423 


.0549 


.0486 


.0460 


.0444 


.0491 


.0361 


.0333 


47 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100. 0000! 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 





252 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



C. — Comparative Table showing the 



1 

3 
4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

14 

15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
83 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
89 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



STATES AND TER 
RITORIES. 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas. 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Dakota 

Delaware 

District of Colambia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Ipwa 

K&nsas 

Kentucky -.. 

Louisiana 

Maine > 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska, 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Total 



FERMBMTED LIQUOB8. 



Fiscal veara ended June 30— 



1884. 



.0056 
.0024 
.0045 
2.6433 
.5688 
.7402 
.0286 
.0002 



1885. 



1886. 



.0036 

.0753 

.0052 

6.0844 

1.8562 

1.3986 

.1525 

1.2706 

.4503 

.0129 

2. 1332 

4. 5236 

2.1525 

1. 532-J 

.0214 

5.9455 

.2322 

.5293 

.0132 

1.6875 

4. 7369 

.0504 

32.6246 

.0102 

8.9679 

.2811 

10. 5267 

.d082 

.0520 

.0425 

.1181 

.0200 

.0081 

.1543 

0263 

.3405 

7.5546 

.0048 



100.0000 



.0151 .0410 



.0050 

2.6705 

.5535 

.6891 



.0050 

2.5726 

.5263 

.6448 



.1067 



.0040 
.0637 



6. 2735 

1.8904 

.9404 

.1142 

1. 3005 

.4792 

.0095 

2.2232 

4. 6026 

2. 0786 

1.4016 

.0200 

5.8903 

.1658 

.6093 

.1390 

1.6579 

4. 9372 

.0516 

33. 1998 

.0093 

8. 7161 

.2790 

10. 3758 

.2906 

.0519 

.0588 

.1933 



.0084 
.1658 



.3492 
7.3196 



100.0000 



.1074 



.0033 
.0598 



6. .5466 

1.8811 

.9946 

.1072 

1. 2778 

.5665 

.0117 

2.2754 

4. 6577 

2. 1531 

1. 5217 

.0222 

5. 7343 

.1619 

.6845 

.1626 

1. 5770 

5.0622 

.0557 

33.1246 

.0088 

8.5060 

.2995 

10.2664 

. 2710 

.0747 

.1174 

.2483 



.0071 
.1805 



. 3595 
7. 1222 



100.0000 



1887. 



0665 



.0052 

2. 5801 

.5621 

.6780 



.1286 



1888. 



.0669 



.0036 
2. 7121 

.6146 
1.0870 



1889. 



1890. 



0867 . 1302 



.0068 
2.9911 

.6857 
1.0859 



,0026 
,0180 



7.2902 

1.9025 

.8595 

.0833 

1.2485 

.5361 

.0083 

2. 3108 

4.3356 

2.1212 

1.4794 

.0173 

6.0656 

.1573 

.7456 

.1686 

1.3684 

5. 2131 

.0415 

32. 2632 

.0073 

8.6046 

3299 

10.3008 

.3081 

.0706 

.1449 

.2633 



.0056 
.1689 



.4196 
7. 1193 



100.0000 



.0016 
.0313 



7.7298 

1.943U 

.6881 

.0723 

1.2256 

.5183 



2.5586 
4.1156 
2.1564 
1.2951 



6.2673 
.2870 
.7192 



1. 3927 

5.3135 

.0393 

32. 0051 

.0068 

8.8427 

.3590 

10.U4OT 



0526 

,1615 

2844 



2034 



.4185 
6. 7814 



100.0000 



.0025 
.0727 



7.9945 

1.9406 

.4393 

.0469 

1.1689 

.5919 



2.6091 
3.9786 
2.1061 
1.2950 



6.5820 
.3125 
.7352 



1.3597 
5.4033 

.0417 
31.9026 

.0053 
8.3312 

.4666 
9.4263 



.0422 
.1940 
.3041 



.1925 



.4071 
7. 1914 



100.0000 



.0065 
2.7197 

.6074 
1.0908 



0044 
1433 



8. 2;^15 

J.9017 

.3817 

.0364 

1.1823 

.7338 



2.483 
3.4298 
2.0679 
1.2475 



6.7652 
.2900 
.6216 



1.4196 

5.5067 

.0370 

30.8098 

.0049 

8.6357 

.6508 

10. 0414 



.0368 
.2504 
.3341 



.1907 



.43G0 
7.4617 



100.0000 



1891. 1892. 



.1376 



.0036 
2.5300 

.0851 
1.1251 



0040 
1892 



8. 7272 

1.8678 

.3938 

.0306 

1. 1639 

.7399 



2.3829 
3.3060 
2. 0573 
1.2698 



6.6521 
.2806 
.5265 



1.2636 

5.3549 

.0293 

30. 0459 

.0045 

8. 7112 

.7780 

10. 3023 



,0336 
3002 
3667 



.2088 



.4495 
8.0786 



100.0000 



.1250 



.0042 
2.5129 

.6514 
1.1508 



.0049 
.1713 



0. 1935 

1. 8620 

.4082 

.0680 

1.0774 

.8213 



2.4745 
3.5211 
2.0821 
1.2401 



6.3543 
.2818 
.5104 



1. 3617 

5.5888 

. 0314 

29.7231 

.0079 

8.3443 

.7468 

10.0917 



.0234 
.3131 
.4719 



.2021 



.4216 
8. 1570 



100.0000 



COMMISSIONER OF INTURNAL BEVEinjE. 



253 



Percbntaoes op Receipts, btc. — Continued. 



FERMENTED 
LIQUOBS. 



Fiscal years 
endodJaneSO— 



1893. 



.1347 



1894. 



OLBOIIARQARINB. 



Fiscal years ended Jane 30— 



Fiscal years 
ended June 30— 



1887.* 1888. 1889. 1890. 1891. 



. 1224 . 1847 



.0701 



.2896 



.4487 



.2085 



1892. 



.5009 



1893. 



.2641 



1894. 



.3255 



PENALTIES, ETC., 
COLLECTED. 



1864. 



1865. 



1 
2^ 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

19 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

413425 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



.0055 
2.2881 

.6973 
1.2074 



.0059 
2.2025 

.5856 
1.3167 



.7181 



.2245 



2. 0193 
1.8125 



.8276 
17. 6754 



.5191 

.0027 

.4290 

17. 1792 



.1717 

.0789 

.6152 

14.9659 



.1032 

. 1102 

.5889 

11.2793 



.2033 

.0809 

.5442 

8.3943 



.1932 

.2155 

.7818 

7.7131 



.1630 

.4590 

.3804 

8.2675 



af.9251 
.3059 
.4248 



7.4982' 
.0072 
.1587 



.0897 



.0836 
.4621 



.0183 
.0943 



0023 
2071 



.0032 
.2408 



.0594 
.0956 



.0371 
.0764 



,1382 
0116 



.1028 
.0087 



.2035 
.0742 



.4768 
.3260 



3120 
,3746 



•3170 
.2768 



9.8616 

1. 8734 

.4363 

.0476 

1.0541 

.8348 



9.9017 

1.8825 

.4477 

,0524 

1.0680 

.8073 



2.4553 2.4514 

3.5755 3.7319 

2. 13501 1. 9879 

1.2436 1.2287 



6.5201 
.2718 
.5421 



1.1831 

5.5063 

.0319 

28.6082 

.0057 

8.1663 

.6475 

10.3561 



6.4844 
.2365 
.5831 



,0175 
,2878 
,4658 



.4408 
8.6518 



1. 1132 

5.6286 

.0218 

29. 0256 

.0060 

7. 8237 

.5317 

10. 3255 



36.7508 

7.9317 

.0365 

4.4992 

1.0490 

.3013 

.0674 

.2320 

7.4158 

2. 9298 

.1175 

.0149 

1.0464 

.6205 

.4052 

.1376 

.1849 

.8646 

.4222 

6.9817 

.0061 

4. 1033 



46. 3817 

9. 6151 

.0435 

4.7080 

.7260 

, 1991 



45. 3413 

9.5953 

.0288 

5. 4745 

.5632 

.3511 



56. 3192 
.8594 
.0051 
6.5555 
.6662 
.3424 



.1183 
4.8980 
2. 6878 



.1561 
4. 5333 
2.6069 



.0987 
3.6821 
2.2429 



1.7018 
.2828 
.1016 



1.3638 
.4867 
.3441 



2.0835 
.3955 
.1582 



.2877 
.2386 
.1192 
.2381 



4.8789 
11.6411 



5.4496 

.1338 

1.9387 



.1548 
.6750 
.0139 
.0747 
.0022 

6.4927 
.3221 

1.4302 



.1831 
.3174 
.0130 



.0352 
.2527 
.6923 



.7050 
.6155 



.3263 
.8467 



.0009 
.2746 
.4531 



6.4499 

. 2803 

1.5924 



.4123 
.3612 



2376 . 2339 



.1007 



.0285 



0886, . 0132 



.3359 
8.6333 



.0431 
.9180 



.0106 
.5124 



0309; 
5718 



.1539 
.4227 



59.3784 
.2893 
.0197 
7.5403 
.5171 
.2696 



52.8833 
.5451 
.0965 

11. 2894 
.5256 
.3206 



51. 8119 

2.0268 

.6533 

13. 1349 
.5083 
.3754 



51.9491 

2. 4715 

.4423 

12. 5929 
.4302 
.2264 



.0437 

1. 7095 

.7325 

.1058 



.1444 
1.2089 
1.9003 

.2936 



.3450 
1. 0919 
1.1839 

.2352 



.6126 
1.2313 
1.6138 

.2930 



8.4423 

1.5256 

.9368 

.4797 

1.8385 

3.0558 

.4487 

2.0091 

10. 9760 

.8711 

.1368 



8.3394 
1.3213 

.4897 

.1122 
1.9967 
3.7546 

.3479 
9. 7559 
9.7172 
1.0736 

.2485 



3.2012 
.4117 
.2740 



3.9247 

.5978 

3.5940 



3. 8820 

.6525 

4.4705 



3.0534 

.4113 

4.2158 



6.8003 



.0571 
.3138 
.0030 
.0312 
0096 

5.8206 
.4084 

5.1529 



.0848 
.3813 
.0284 
.1988 
.0597 

5.4504 
.8112 

2.9994 



.1242 
.3456 
.0928 
.0991 
.0795 

4. 8370 
.6235 

1.4939 



.1504 
.4941 
.0585 
.3742 
.0305 

4. 8672 
.4796 

1.6279 



.0135 
.1851 
.7016 
1.2796 
.0062 
38.8768 



.0044 
.5908 
. 4052 
1. 8691 
.0207 
28. 1369 



4.3867 
.0040 

18.8350 
.5548 



5.8484 
.0183 

0.0784 
.4240 



.0126 
.3150 
.3388 



.0973 
.4274 
.5758 



.0876 
.5675 
.5902 



.1195 
.3861 
.6566 



1. 0657 



.0913 



.2778 



.1920 



.2452 



.1906 
.1945 



.1798 
.5773 



.2367 
.4046 



.2887 
.4937 



.4273 
.0275 
.0072 
.4075 
1.5650 



.0435 
.0801 
.1187 
.1096 
.1029 
.8362 



100. 0000 100. 0000 



100.0000 



100.0000 



100. 0000 100. 0000 



100. 0000 



100. 0000 100. 0000 



1()D.0000 



100. 0000 100. 0000 



*Last eight months of fiscal year 1887. 



254 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



C— CoMPAiiATiVE Table Showing Thr 



1 

2 
8 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
90 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
40 
46 
47 



STATES AND TER- 
BITORIES. 



Alabama 

Anzona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticat 

Dakota 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

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 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Penuaylvanla 

Rhode Island 

South Carohna 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Total 



PENALTIB8, ETC., COLLECTED. 



Fiscal years ended June 30— 



1866. 



.0449 



.0352 

9.9154 

;i381 

.0998 



.0392 
.2229 



.2080 

.0054 

13.4066 

1.0296 

.9646 

.1153 

2.3253 

.2738 

.1706 

L5851 

11.3454 

.6496 

.0642 



1867. 1868. 



5. 



3231 
0246 
0413 
4888 
1246 
6659 



2.7233 
.0087 
.0573 
.3428 
.1318 

1.8610 

.0216 

26.9055 

.0279 

8.4662 
.0379 

8. 7662 

.2517 

. .0477 

6.3317 
.0479 
,0733 
.0580 
.0917 
.0205 
.1117 
.9857 



100.0000 



3. 
1. 



3. 



6. 
3l! 

5! 
13! 



1. 



1. 



0160 
0716 
0186 
7968 
0188 
1979 
9073 
6427 
0760 
7210 
0924 
1638 
6091 
9277 
9789 
2298 
0026 
0183 
0134 
0087 
1084 
2057 
6623 
0149 
9165 
2194 
5342 
0360 
4652 
6517 
3168 
2217 
1318 
0295 
0780 
8273 
0232 
0847 
2930 



100.0000 



1860. 



.1552 
.0001 
.1754 

2. 1762 
.0886 
.2633 
.0075 
.0149 
.0759 
.0700 
.2943 
.1590 

9.8136 
.5716 
.6368 
.0641 

2.8131 
.9977 
.5269 

1.0387 

7.3360 

3.0980 
.1116 
.0277 

5.7907 
.0010 
.0134 
.0570 
.1703 

3.5173 

.0350 

35.6102 

.6926 

5. 2151 

.0186 

13.9711 

.5946 

.3714 

r.5572 
.0697 
.0363 
.0693 

1.2722 
.0082 
.1533 

L2504 



100.0000 



1870. 



.1150 
.0008 
.1210 

1.5316 
.0590 
.2197 
.0042 
.0^00 
.4382 
.0208 
.3338 
.1351 

6.5668 

7.5391 

1.8921 
.1489 

3.9784 
.4165 
. 14341 

1.5976; 

4.0222; 

2.5131 
.20811 
.1426 

7.1265 



,0775 

.3133 

2.7179 

1.4542 

.0536 

25.6207 

3. 3159 

6.9537 

.0309 

14. 7669 

.8476 

.4188 

1.0909 

.5379 

.0901 

.0367 

.9803 

.0539 

.1052 

L2486 



100.0000 



.1381 
.0112 
.2109 
1.2U08 
.0581 
.7289 
.1092 
.0803 
.1723 
.1326 
.5362 



14.6783 

.7612 

.6447 

.1555 

8.4805 

1.0822 

1426 

2.4456 

2.4328 

.3315 

0592 

3.8024 
.0241 
.1054 
.1121 
.3399 

5.4904 

.0390 

21. 1786 

2.0290 

6.8686 
.5850 

8.3931 
.4141 
.7941 

L2041 
.3396 
.0159 
.1393 

3.4928 
.0393 
.0602 
.3858 
.0091 



187L 1872. 



100.0000 



.3384 

.0045 

.3178 

2. 0431 

.2022 

.1689 

.0205 

.7252 

.2941 

.0924 

.3655 

.0324 

3.2970 

1.7649 

.5381 

.2672 

5.3081 

.7480 

.1502 

4.8213 

4.7908 

L7339 

.1026 

.2779 

3.1486 

.0359 

.0309 

.3667 

.9613 

1. 2035 

.0719 

19.1580 

2.2681 

17.9682 

.0786 

14.7344 

.3405 

1.0030 

3.4309 

1.0876 

.0151 

.8441 

3. 8740 

.0133 

.0628 

.8064 

.0003 



100.0000 



L8211 

1761 

.4743 

.9976 

.0192 

.6715 

.0182 

.3476 

.1726 

.0732 

.6591 

.0133 

6.1872 

3.5250 

.1743 

.1261 

4.0665 

L1182 

.1149 

1.4924 

2.9877 

.2534 

.1688 

1.6042 

2. 85731 

0362| 

. 0154 

.7462 

.10981 

L 17021 

.0405 

26.4656 

1.5113 

16.0392 



1873. 1874. 



9.2800 
.4027 
.9986 

L4317 
.4141 



.0466 

7.8748 

.0080 

.7578 

2.3435 



100.0000 



.2894 
.0443 
.3750 
.4737 
.0198 
.1511 
.0122 
.3124 
.3348 
.2117 

6.7434 
.0049 

4.5964 
.6523 
.5066 
.1901 

4.4066 
.6638 
.5683 

4.4954 

2.5443 
.1836 
.1117 
.9792 

2.9358 
.0174 
.0837 
.0251 
.1024 

1.6932 

1030 

29.6692 

4. 9177 

8.1989 
.0051 

6.4878 
.1004 
.9476 

2.5081 
.4034 
.1766 
.3207 
11. 1056 
.0265 
.4805 
.6753 
.0541 



100.0000 



.0138 

.6732 

2.0223 

.0878 

.4443 

.0225 

.0444 

.0764 

.0767 

.0676 

.0742 

7.5070 

1.5381 

1.3220 

.3538 

2.8866 

2.7496 

.1596 

L3832 

L5852 

.1521 

.4044 

.5816 

1.5241 

.3796 

.4312 

.1113 

.4221 

L 1312 

.2847 

8.8062 

5.0401 

13.1692 

.0275 

2L6067 

.0734 

.8658 

4.0299 

4.3725 

.1428 

.0669 

11.2342 

.0268 

.0416 

.3156 

.0778 



100.0000 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



255 



Pbrcbntagbs of Receipts, etc. — Continued. 











PENALTIES, 


ETC., COLLECTED. 












Fiscal years ended June 30— 






1875. 


1876. 


1877. 


1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 


1884. 


1885. 






1. 5176 


.6076 


.4282 


1.2220 


.6981 


3.8446 


1.1899 


2.1497 


.6862 


. 7780 


1.1173 


1 




.0037 
.1888 


"■'.'2719 


.0274 
.6704 


.0216 
.2126 


.0137 
.2920 


.0003 
1.3447 


.2575 
.9583 


.2296 
.5599 


.0484 
.8150 






2 




.4537 


.6999 


3 




1.6478 


1.3088 


.3195 


.6165 


2. 1445 


2.0896 


2. 5737 


3.6248 


1. 1012 


23.7821 


1.2899 


4 




.2574 


.3549 


.0247 


.6659 


.6482 


.4952 


.5839 


.9640 


.'2555 


.1296 


.6746 


5 




.8009 


.0909 


.1410 


.6097 


.4695 


2.8172 


.7810 


1.0248 


.2214 


.6811 


.2824 


6 




.0034 
.2234 


.0011 
.2484 


.0090 
.2018 


.0048 
.2265 


.0559 
.4085 


.8450 
.0423 


.3793 
.6983 


.2692 
.1352 


.1224 
.1049 






7 




.0003 




8 




.4740 

.1830 

2.0488 


.1177 

.1775 

1.1207 


.0257 























.0460 
.8767 


.0332 
7.4428 


.0973 
1. 4557 


.1413 
2.1494 


.1184 
2.8087 


.1227 
1.7428 


.0091 
1.1547 


.1344 
2.4858 


10 




.5708 


11 








.0075 
23.0553 


.0705 
5.0782 


.1161 
7.2420 


.0002 
5.3457 


.1050 
12. 0301 


.1300 
5.7389 


.1247 
5.5626 


.0246 
3.6298 


"35 .'2027 


12 




6.8385 


6.0357 


13 




2.1107 


.9964 


3.9568 


1.2202 


.4335 


2.0532 


5.1638 


17. 5059 


1.2134 


.0779 


1.4600 


14 




e.7160 


3.8915 


2.0271 


2.2006 


4.3396 


2.8718 


6.1097 


2.5679 


2.6175 


5.5687 


2.3438 


15 




.4287 


.2835 


.0234 


.0532 


.2441 


.1582 


.3410 


.5265 


.2046 


.1335 


.0808 


16 




8.0759 


5.0826 


1. 1014 


2.9514 


4.4085 


2.6276 


1.6239 


2.4342 


2.9365 


4.5020 


4.0015 


17 




1.4345 


.2342 


.2408 


4.5585 


.4381 


5.6725 


1.8897 


5.3995 


2.3941 


8.4677 


1. 1320 


18 




.4924 


.1651 


.0448 


.6180 


.9720 


.5462 


.7576 


.8758 


.2796 


.1404 


.2941 


19 




8.0738 


.9432 


.3450 


.6466 


.8013 


8.3789 


.5840 


.5145 


15.7296 


.0525 


.1788 


20 




1.7226 


1.6520 


2.8686 


3. 7419 


5.3181 


2.7583 


2.2569 


10.6085 


10.0312 


1. 3038 


2.8667 


21 




.2034 


.4058 


1.5419 


1.0951 


6.2612 


1.9111 


1. 8151 


2.9291 


1. 6151 


1.3738 


.8720 


22 




.2729 


.3687 


.7245 


.6010 


.5927 


.4400 


.7127 


.8739 


.5738 


.8781 


.7046 


23 




2.2790 


1.6167 


.5632 


2.6753 


4.2598 


.5790 


3.3424 


.2464 


.1545 


.1036 


.2563 


24 




3.2878 


10.8133 


12. 0153 


33.4358 


2.6386 


2.3987 


3.3152 


2.4135 


7.1961 


.7327 


2.2630 


25 




.3467 
2.1713 


.0419 
.4060 


.0644 
.3731 




.2238 
.1582 










.0346 
.2280 


.2021 
1.1066 


26 




.6390 


.4394 


.3831 


1.2085 


.3108 


27 




.0263 
.1027 






.0014 
.0638 




.0652 
.0451 


.0675 
.0445 


.0340 
.1844 








28 




.0028 


.0023 


.0465 




.0509 


.2623 


29 




.5115 


.4979 


.6316 


.4144 


.6266 


1.4511 


1.8677 


1.6218 


16.2989 


.3183 


1.3268 


30 




.0643 
8.2055 


.2735 
8.1144 


.0661 
8.4482 


.8453 
6.5487 


.0047 
11. 1205 


.0028 
22. 1070 




.0222 
9.2477 


.1844 
12. 0491 


.3530 
5.5376 


.0804 
13. 6430 


31 




'i2. 6998 


32 




4.3559 


1.8019 


.2967 


3.4236 


3.5246 


3. 2129 


4. 2771 


4.2737 


1.9037 


2.4386 


2. 8173 


33 




10.8873 


1.9180 


1.4801 


6.8313 


4.5298 


6.9486 


6.8490 


2.9576 


2.4919 


2.4892 


2.2963 


34 


1 .1234 


.1464 


.1475 


.1207 


.3918 


.1136 


.3611 


.0681 


.2207 


.1539 


.2021 


35 




13.45i2 


11.1419 


21.-8870 


8.1663 


3.4155 


3.9484 


13. 1768 


4.5388 


1.6056 


18.0749 


5. 3334 


36 




.37o6 


.1011 


.2754 


.6405 


.1531 


.2398 


.3211 


.3977 


.2162 


.2011 


.3560 


37 




2.9204 


.6144 


.2221 


.5600 


- . 4920 


.7020 


1.1965 


.6009 


1.8637 


.6268 


1.7377 


38 




6.5024 


4.6426 


2.6312 


1.5645 


4. 1511 


3.4483 


5. 0552 


5.0414 


3.9059 


2.9067 


6.8237 


39 




3.8807 


1.6301 


1.5366 


4.1684 


2.3553 


1.4334 


1.7409 


1. 2430 


1.0397 


10.8434 


2. 1836 


40 




.0185 
.0i06 


.1656 
.0515 


.1096 
.0081 


.5495 
.1268 


.0301 
.0814 


3.0027 
.4235 


.0456 
.3042 


.0375 
.3757 


.2237 
.1835 






41 




.1194 


.1596 


42 




3.3474 


3.7772 


.3982 


.6614 


.7032 


.7661 


1.0644 


1.7025 


.6050 


.5210 


2.0462 


43 




.1758 


.0298 


.0238 


.1422 


.1792 


.0260 


.0004 


.1100 


. .0719 


.0052 




44 




.1018 


.2606 


.1785 


.2327 


.4818 


1.2124 


.5626 


1.3245 


.3367 


.3260 


.5082 


45 




4.1412 


27.5833 
.0019 


10.2845 


1.3475 
.0025 


17. 5458 
.0055 


2.0478 
.0006 


.3139 


.3661 


.7358 


.9038 


.6751 


46 

47 


















1 

i • 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000100.0000 

1 


100.0000 


100.0000 


100.0000 





\ 



256 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



0. — COMPARATIVB TaBLB SHOWING THB 



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10 
11 
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STATES AND TBR- 
RITOKIES. 



Alabama 

Aricoua 

ArkaQHaa 

CHlifornia 

Colorado 

Counetctiout 

Dakota 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho •>•• 

nUnoia 

Indiana 

Iowa '« 

Ktmaa» 

Kt^ntucky 

Louisiana. 

Main«» 

Maryland 

M nHMMcbuaetta 

Mioiitifnu 

Mliuu'ttota. 

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W.y«Muhitf 



'lota) 



PENALTIES, ETC., COLLECTED. 



Fiscal years ended June 30— 



1886. 



.6720 

18.6022 

.1317 

.2450 



1887. 



.0256 



1888. 



.1. 



.7717 



.6166 .4844 

18.0398 0.0873 

.0178 .0015 



1.1885 



.0708 



.0003 
1.4829 



.0100 
4.3615 



3.39:t7 
. 172'.> 

5.4126 
.3204 

8.9756 
.72«9| 
.37451 
.57691 

8w»557t 

2.7567i 
.2386! 

.74;s5! 

a.S849 



.8098 

.3369 



aT«3] 

. 3152 

34.7687 

3.7346 

3.432:J 

.1184 

8.1785 

.6I1« 

.5874 

a. 5150 

8.0023 



4.1665 
.6522 

2.6256 
.1546 

1.5160 
.0409 
.7478 
.0774 

3.S695 

1.1691 
.2337 
.6138 

4.4545 



3.7856 



2.9068 



9.5828 
.7857 

2.3041 

.2405 

12.4496 

1.3632 



.6956 

.4111 

1.6607 

1.9674 



.0649 

.4075 

.2793{ 

1.59441 

.0988 
33.7618, 
4.0140 
8.1716 
1.64^ 
8.5181 
25!^ 

.3571 
8.9606 
1.3331 



5.7757 
.2741 
.2881 



1.3869 
1.2238 

.0384 

17.a04.=> 

5.5174 

8.2775 

.3922 
3.S038i 



.8966 
1.3189 



.8110 
.4023 



.4032 
8.2682 



.1610 
.6166 



100.0000100.0000 



1.5167 

5.7903 

.9894 



1889. 



.6923 



.4955 
6.4375 



3.0156 



.2401 
4.1588 



13.0061 

.6468 

4.5837 

.2306 

3.9247 

4.1491 



.3239 
1.9611 
7.3163 

.6526 



1890. 



1.0063 



.4589 

10. 6319 

.0019 

2.8907 



.4525 
.5074 



7.8793 
.6955 

2. 6174 
.5706 

1.0698 

1.2795 



3.5634 



.2138 



.1488 
3.2825 
1.3901 

.6568 



8.3148 

£.8286 



2.4777 
1.5503 

.14U 
10.8617; 
7.8841 
8.7910 

.544& 
3.7568 



L3572 

.4685 

.1493 

6L3626 

6.3193 

2.64Si 

.0731 

8.9581 



.4792. 
7.8438 
1.8743: 



.5451 
3.9128 
1.8(89 



I 



2.1006 2.29311 1.4196 



.4005 .0390 30.0951 



1891. 



.7906 



1892. 



.3651 



.0269 
3.48U5 

.0457 
2.6541 



1098 
7688 



2.0431 
1. 1556 
2.6739 
.1819 
2.0254 
1.2333 



1.4290 

8.9325 

3.4557 

.6670 



3.4622 
.0053 
.5182 



.5649 

L9203 

.1991 

26.9266 

4.1042 

U.2150 

.3005 

4.9517 



.4364 
3.4044 
L1672 



1.0660 



6L7827 



1.8421 2.3326 .6646 L2866 



100. 0000 100. 0000 100. 0000 100. 0000 



.1923 

10.8030 

.4307 

1.4389 



.0223 
.4920 



2.7591 
3.0373 
3.7702 
.1414 
5.0060 
1.3736 



.4713 

31.9975 

2.9807 

.2294 



4.7120 

.0364 

1.8242 



1.0081 

.5218 

.6069 

5.5008 

2. 8580, 

3.09241 

.2248 

2.5483 



1893. 



.2976 



.1447 

17. 6939 

.5339 

1.3534 



,0744 
.9327 



2.9149 
3.1297 
4.7328 

,6711 
6.8460 

.7153 



.6026 
6,3462 
2.0190 

;i916 



1894. 



1.0274 



.1719 
5.8525 
. .3317 
1.3207 



.6337 
1.3202 



9.4152 
1.3177 
4. 2133 

.9796 
14.6955 

.8972 



2.7473 

6.3357 

1.4537 

.150; 



13. 2414 2. 721! 
.0171 



1.0344 1.0984 



.3284 
4.4811 
2.4096 



2.5855 



.9144 
.8366 



100.0000 



1.0691 
.6730 
.5551 
8.3642 
4.7189 
3.7093 

'6.' 6394 



.4919 
5.7837 
1.4378 



3.0615 



.9267 
.6873 



100.0000 



1.392( 
3.7784 

.2001 
4.2955 
7. 114t> 
2.1205 

.1273 
13.5691 



.1856 
2.0706 
1.2519 



6.6172 



.6405 
1.0514 



100.0000 



.1 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL EEVENUE. 



257 



PERCENTAGKB OF RECEIPTS, ETC.-^CoDtillUed. 











AGGREQATE RECEIPTS. 












Fiscal years ended June 30— 




1864. 


1865. 


1866. 


1867. 


1868. 


1809. 


1870. 


1871. 


1872. 


1873. 


1874. 








1.4253 


1.6601 


2.4419 


.3302 


.3555 


.2845 


.2066 


.1435 


.1409 


1 








.0011 


.0079 


.0079 


.0093 


.0132 


0135 


0128 


0104 


.2 






.0884 


.7062 


.4818 


.1014 


.2204 


.1021 


0818 


0836 


0715 


a 


1.5306 


2.0009 


1. 7000 


2. 7233 


3. 7388 


3. 1669 


2. 7467 


2. 8207 


2. 6483 


2.2285 


2.5754 


4 


. 0376 


.0672 


.0519 


.0611 


.0680 


.0427 


.0441 


.0547 


.0549 


.0713 


.0673 


5 


2.9879 


3. 3362 


3. 3238 


3. 0561 


2. 5108 


1.6364 


1. 5305 


1.1159 


J. 0448 


.8225 


.6023 


6 








.0008 


.0058 


. 0076 


.0052 


.0U56 


0052 


0072 


0124 


7 


.3570 


.4160 


.3496 


.3168 


.3357 


.2972 


. 2698 


.3472 


.3470 


.4041 


.3711 


8 


.3341 


.3798 


.2645 


.2838 


.2709 


. 3119 


.3070 


.2094 


.1882 


.1256 


.1199 


9 






.0339 

1.4861 

.0274 


.2249 

1.8085 

. 0328 


.2298 

3. 5074 

.0544 


.0501 
.7064 
.0546 


.0635 
.6829 
.0390 


.0947 
.5763 
.0415 


. 0863 
.5058 
.0208 


.1488 
. 4498 
.0181 


. 1387 
.3991 
.0195 


10 






]1 


i 




V^ 


9.0370 


4.8316 


5.3107 


4.8818 


4. 3164 


9.1334 


10. 9599 


11. 8239 


13. 7032 


15. 5222 


16. 0008 


13 


3. 1026 


2.4459 


1. 8685 


1.6616 


1. 3365 


2. 7056 


3. 0109 


3,7525 


4. 7198 


5. 3438 


5. 0053 


14 


.5773 


. . 8862 


.9365 


. 8359 


.6746 


1.0895 


.8224 


.8460 


.9261 


.9534 


.9084 


15 


.0597 


.1092 


.1239 


.1481 


.1449 


.1711 


. 2048 


.1852 


.1400 


.1520 


. 1554 


IG 


3.6029 


2.4641 


2. 0426 


2. 1824 


2. 3619 


5. 2768 


5. 9009 


5. 0942 


5. 0716 


5. 1354 


7. 2122 


17 


2.0767 


.8698 


2. 1377 


2. 5095 


2. 1833 


1. 3299 


1. 7794 


1. 4958 


1.4118 


1. 2607 


1.0195 


18 


1 1.1815 


1. 3286 


.9736 


.9376 


.9096 


.4684 


.4817 


.3223 


.2620 


.2021 


. 1329 


19 


2.7489 


2.7511 


• 2.6760 


2.4835 


2.4427 


3. 1795 


3. 2457 


2. 8965 


3. 2882 


2.4976 


2.4397 


20 


11. 1144 


12.8101 


12. 0681 


11. 3201 


10. 1287 


6. 4830 


6. 37Ca 


5. 3186 


5. 4893 


3. 5396 


2. 8975 


21 


1.C966 


1. 8203 


1. 2006 


1. 2542 


1. 5736 


1. 8476 


1. 7421 


2. 0643 


2. 0815 


2. 0759 


1.8555 


22 


.0801 


.1303 


. 1317 


.1822 


.2102 


.2540 


. 2792 


.1975 


.2159 


.2178 


. 2359 


23 






.2695 
2.5833 


1. 8471 
2. 6173 


2. 1408 
2. 8035 


.1357 
3.7026 


. 1700 
3.5834 


.1863 
3. 9845 


.1159 
4. 0054 


.1205 
4. 0086 


.1117 
4. 4885 


24 


3.0198 


2.' 7803 


25 




.0183 
. 0291 


.0391 
.0348 


.0312 
.0435 


.0618 
.0729 


.0450 
.1128 


.0618 
.1841 


.0642 
.1755 


.0251 
.1697 


.0226 
.2287 


.0301 
.2868 


26 


.0245 


27 


.0728 


.1461 


.0978 


. 1169 


.1763 


.1605 


.1122 


.0810 


.0671 


.0680 


.0545 


28 


.9808 


1. 2910 


1.2004 


1. 1616 


1. 1078 


.4554 


.3774 


.3104 


.2639 


.3063 


.2581 


29 


2.8453 


3. 8502 


3. 5153 


3.1800 


3.2496 


2. 6515 


2.4322 


1. 9227 


2. 1608 


2. 4163 


1. 7907 


30 


.0100 


.0249 


.0246 


.0259 


. 0328 


.0305 


.0280 


.0272 


.0206 


.0219 


.0191 


31 


24.8485 


27. 2475 


24.8068 


23. 7079 


22. 4788 


24. 9716 


21. 7006 


22. 5774 


20. 3677 


18.0880 


15. 7545 


32 






.1429 
8.8754 


.6645 
8. 0212 


1. 1282 
6. 9752 


.5247 
11. 2681 


.8348 
11. 6786 


1. 0653 
11. 8473 


.9614 
12. 9275 


1. 3254 
13. 9770 


1.5417 
15. 5501 


33 


11. 1612 


$.1289 


34 


. 0950 


.0808 


.0964 


.1416 


.1999 


.1202 


.1965 


.1224 


.1089 


.0692 


.0485 


35 


12. 8092 


15. 3665 


13. 7762 


11. 1156 


10. 4244 


10.8163 


9. 9956 


9. 8031 


8. 0027 


7. 3655 


6. 6139 


36 


1. 8123 


2.1880 


2. 1115 


2. 0353 


1. 6277 


.8994 


.7653 


.5259 


.5524 


.3054 


.2420 


37 






.3403 
1. 1664 


.7323 
1.3499 


1.5034 
2. 1209 


.2474 
.8780 


.2459 

.8778 


.2023 
.6837 


.1728 
.6651 


.1574 
.6065 


. 1127 
.6898 


38 


.5503 


" .8i44 


39 






.5427 
.0214 


1. 2945 
.0259 


1. 0282 
.0280 


.3378 
.0475 


.2333 
.0276 


.2742 
.0313 


.2796 
.0342 


. 2563 
.0384 


.2829 
.0433 


40 


. 0126 


.0212 


41 


.4228 


.4554 


.4147 


.3975 


. 3551 


. 2228 


. . 2103 


. 2185 


.1878 


.0714 


.0584 


42 


.K56 


.1123 


.4054 


. 7926 


1. 0175 


1. 9186 


3.2802 


4. 1598 


4. 2837 


6. 9115 


6.5465 


43 


.0204 


.0389 


.0166 


.0318 


.0400 


.0345 


.0497 


.0287 


.0207 


.0147 


.0187 


44 


. 3213 


.3225 


.3520 


.3807 


.4520 


.3937 


.4518 


.4906 


.4038 


.4231 


. 5355 


45 


. 9427 


.9364 


.9457 


1. 0128 


1. 0336 


1. 3697 


1. 4103 


1. 5466 


1.7348 


1. 7710 


2. 4588 


46 












. 0036 


.0154 


.0085 


.0058 


.0100 


.0116 47 




1 










lOO.OOOO 


1 100.0000 

i 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 

( 1, 1 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 


100. OOCO 




TT T?.Y 


4 


17 



















258 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



C. — Comparative Table showing i 



1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
]« 
17 
18 
19 
QQ 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



STATES AND TEB- 
' MTOKIES. 



Alabai&a 

Arizona 

ArkaoHaa 

(salifomia 

Calorado..j 

Connecticut 

Dakota 

Delaware 

District of Colambia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois'.... 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

M ary land 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri. 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Bhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington , 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

"Nyyoming 

Total 



AGGBBOATB RECBIFTB. 



Fiscal years ended June 30 — 



1875. 



.1115 
.0099 
.0726 

2.8794 
.0680 
.6049 
.0097 
.3472 
.1081 
.1781 
.3741 
.0184 
16. 9936 

4.4846 

1.0O24 
.1288 

8.6975 
.5842 
.1036 

2.6604 

2. 6096 

1. 8611 
.2201 
.0935 

4. 4279 
.0228 
.2819 
.0567 
.2885 

2. 2776 

.0213 

14.6850 

1. 6712 

14. 1298 

.0462 

6. 9341 
.2235 
.1178 
.8303 
.2489 
.0307 
.0565 

7.3825 
.0204 
.4904 

2. 6232 
.0115 



100.0000 



1876. 



2. 



21. 
5. 
1. 

6! 



2. 
2. 

1. 



2. 



3. 

13! 

1. 

14. 

5! 



6. 



2. 



0988 
0108 
0616 
7954 
0656 
5944 
0110 
3772 
1035 
1574 
3276 
0153 
4335 
0390 
0952 
IHfeO 
9597 
4785 
0819 
3281 
4858 
8661 
2247 
0769 
6933 
0190 
4538 
0613 
2:»51! 
4140 
0200 
2017 
5094 
9821 
0448 
3952 
2011 
0956 
5389 
2219 
0301 
0426 
6063 
0184 
3893 
9885 
0136 



1877. 



.0960 
.0138 
.0763 

2,4431 
.0673 
.5877 
.0199 
.4178 
.0231 
. 1474 
.2478 
.0141 

19. 4325 

5. 3643 
.7201 
.1242 

8.4717 
.5566 
.0707 

2.40.37 

2.3713 

1.6188 
.2128 
.0694 

3.9544 
.0184 
.5356 
.0518 
.2088 

4.4320 

.0157 

12. 8413 

1.5779 

13. 7498 

.0472 

5. 5792 
.2072 
. 0939 
.7972 
.2114 
.0253 
.0445 

7. 0481 
.0190 
.4096 

2.5478 
.0135 



1878. 



.1318 
.0195 
.1105 
2. 0501 
.0797 
.6542 
.0286 
.4593 



.1755 

.3185 

.0189 

18.7827 

5.4536 
.9157 
.1464 

6. 5707 
.8123 
.0675 

2. 2162 

2. 3152 

1.5306 
.2626 
.0829 

4.8428 
.0259 
.6682 
.0564 
.2179 

4.8658 

.0185 

14.2780 

1.7365 

14. 1051 

.0579 

5.6509 
.2356 
.1139 
.8064 
.2540 
.0420 
.0423 

6.2088 
.0220 
.3118 

2.3218 
.0145 



1879. 



.1140 
.0228 
.1075 
2.0683 
.1072 
.4881 
.0314 
.3532 



100. 0000 100. 0000 100. 0000 



.1869 

.3010 

.0204 

18.1609 

5.4575 
.7830 
.1650 

7.1668 
.5490 
.0705 

2. 1142 

2. 2718 

1.6428 
.2851 
.0814 

4.6887 
.0281 
.8174 
.0571 
.2079 

4. 3561 

.0176 

14. 4068 

2. 2510 

14. 8254 

.06.39 

5. 5467 
.2151 
.0982 
.8478 
.2342 
.0442 
.0468 

6.0148 
.0282 
.3012 

2.4508 
.0132 



1880. 



.1163 
.0231 
.1079 
2.3823 
.1440 
.3947 
.0356 
.2605 



1881. 



.1022 
.0297 
.1033 
2.8262 
.1682 
.4534 
.0380 
.2433 



1882. 



100. 0000 



.1751 

.2756 

.0194 

19.7141' 

5.3177i 
.7316 
.2163 

7.6043 
.6094 
.0657 

2. 0188 

2. 2556 

1.3794 
.3121 
.0781 

4.6639 
.0288 
.7811 
.0517 
.2380 

3. 6011 

.0273 

13.9068 

2.0146 

15. 4209 

.0659 

5.8794 
.1805 
.0958 
.8590 
.1995 
.0636 
.0433 

4.9478 
.0231 
.3172 

2.3Q94 
.0137 



100.0000 



.1011 
.0327 
.0785 
2.9702 
.1780 
.4072 
.0485 
.2625 



.1994 

.2848 

.0202 

20. 1677 

5.6961 
.7225 
.1873 

6. 8198 
.5949 
.0645 

1.9425 

2. 1116 

1.3979 
.3482 
.0752 

5.0608 
.0351 
.7525 
.0418 
.2423 

3. 8120 

.0371 

13. 4791 

1. 9370 

15.0924 

.06651 

5.9985 
.1635 
.1063 
.8969 
.1944 
.0337 
.0416 

4.7423 
.0256 
.3540 

2. 2762 
.0145 



.2017 

.2586 

.0230 

20.3322 

4.6673 

1.3270 
.1900 

7.5789 
.6613 
.0614 

2.0311 

2. 1139 

1.4416 
.3803 
.0677 

6.4280 
.0489 
.7976 
.0353; 
.2619; 

3. 9233; 

.0402 

14.0011 

2.0636 

13. 2125 

.0638 

6. 3151 
.1650 
.0857 
.7180 
.1860 
.0349 
.0406 

4.4808 
.0289 
.3615 

2.2980 
.0147 



100. 0000 100. 0000 



1« 



.( 

.( 

.( 

2.{ 

.1 



.( 

r 



.1 

A 

.C 

18. f 

4.C 

2.{ 

.1 

11.] 

.£ 

.C 

2.4 

2.( 

1.2 

.S 

.c 

6.E 
.C 
.{ 
.C 
.2 

3.{ 
.C 

13.0 

l.T 

11.4 

.C 

6.3 
.2 
.C 
.8 
.1 
.0 
.0 

3.6 
.0 
.3 

2.3 
.0 



100.0 



i 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNA!. REVENUE. 



259 



Percentages of Receipts, etc. — Continued. 



AGGBBOATB BEC^IPTB. 


• 


Piscal years ended Jane 30 — 




1884. 


1885. 


1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. 


1890. 


1E91. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 




.0704 
.0022 
.0750 


.0652 


.0693 


.0661 


.0640 


.0709 


.0833 


.0643 


.0694 


.0665 


.0766 


J 


.0776 


.0812 


.0822 


.0857 


.0922 


.0835 


.0669 


.0622 


.0637 


. 0702 


3 


2.7888 


2.3245 


1. 7886 


1.7514 


1.7691 


1.6021 


1.4129 


1.4247 


1.4825 


1.3627 


1. 2964 4 


.1616 


.1736 


.1724 


.2189 


.2253 


.2247 


.2239 


.2024 


.2H)5 


.2299 


. 2026 5 


.3530 


.3670 


.3952 


.4051 


.6473 


.6003 


.5704 


.6635 


• .6050 


.6369 


.7101 


6 


.0080 
.1733 






















7 


.2173 


.2092 


.2216 
















8 
















9 


.1471 


.1946 


.2021 


.2717 


.2810 


.3240 


. 3334 


.3396 


.3026 


.2991 


.28-29 


10 


.3129 


.2815 


.2604 


. 28J3 


.3062 


.3332 


.3893 


.3903 


.3138 


.2793 


.2800 11 


.0022 
19.3794 














• 








12 
13 


20. 5266 


20.4049 


20. 8919 


24.2354 


23.6889 


' *24. 46i3 


26. 2766 


23. 9t53 


21.3146 


21.0250 


4.6203 


3.5864 


4.1689 


3.5842 


3. 3293 


4.4221 


4.3840 


4.4679 


4. 2074 


4. 0121 


3.3436 


14 


2.2719 


1.9766 


2. 1792 


1.6419 


.4174 


.2999 


^ .3030 


.2974 


.3107 


.3424 


.3318 


15 


.1379 


.1514 


.1747 


.1777 


. 1559 


.1401 


. 1379 


.1348 


.1888 


.2247 


.2465 


16 


15.3113 


13. 2028 


13.4710 


10. 4499 


11.4076 


12. 9194 


11.9639 


10. 8595 


14. 1780 


16. 5329 


16. 5176 


17 


.4616 


.4793 


.4723 


.4576 


.4857 


.4828 


.4905 


.4415 


.4776 


.4709 


.5631 


18 


.0466 
2.5925 


.0480 
2.4679 


.0495 
2.1063 


.0423 
2.4199 








' 








10 


2.7261 


3.0459 


2. 3233 


2.0930 


2. 1876 


2.2529 


2. 6108 


20 


1.9746 


2. 0347 


1.9614 


2. 0796 


2. 0752 


1. 8523 


1. 6180 


1.5850 


1. 6003 


1.5925 


1. 6669 


21 


1.1695 


1.3593 


1.4303 


1.5164 


1.4271 


1. 4992 


1. 5375 


1.5190 


1.4844 


1. 4574 


1.4457 


22 


.4070 


.4383 


.4573 


.4663 


.4100 


1.0526 


2. 1714 


1.8819 


1.4770 


1. 6212 


1.4803 


23 


.0416 
5.3340 


.0426 
5. 5828 


. 0403 
6. 0402 


.0358 
6. 6135 
















24 


6. 3623 


"5.9666 


' " '5. 6543 


5. 2687 


5. 5384 


5.5744 


5. 1891 


25 


.1033 


.0806 


.0777 


.0851 


. 1173 


.1243 


. 1259 


.1045 


,1272 


.1219 


.1021 


26 


1.2489 


1.7535 


1.4321 


2. 0141 


2. 2347 


1.7179 


2.D828; 2.2291 


3.1839 


2. 3710 


1.5223 


27 


.0032 
.3214 


.0498 
. 3411 


.0532 
.3241 


.0593 
.3177 






f 










28 


.3756 


.3586 


.3633 


.3174 


.3554 


.33i6 


.3357 


29 


2.8650 


3.2569 


3. 3806 


3. 8679 


3.2755 


3. 3001 


2. 9503 


2. 8109 2. 8501 


2. 7686 


2.8747; 30 


.0570 


.0596 


.0557 


.0535 


.0475 


.0451 


.0417 


. 02441 . 0259 


.0304 


.0250 31 


11.3377 


12.2965 


12.2890 


12. 7083 


12. 4006 


11. 9552 


11.3785! 11.3434 11.4853 


12. 2335 


12.8574 32 


1.4509 


1.5005 


1.4928 


1.6416 


1. 7576 


1. 8848 


I 1. 9353 


1.7036, 1.5493 


1. 5067 


1.6102 33 


11.1398 


11. 1773 


11. 0538 


11, 6959 


10. 0110 


8. 8367 


9.4195 


9.83001 8.3982 8.3323 


8.4630 34 


.1057 


.1065 


.1061 


.1282 


.1418 


. 1730 


.2261 


.2492 .2469 


. 2253 


.2314 35 


6.4998 


6.5569 


6. 7131 


6.8336 


6.6899 


6.5097 


6, 8255 


7. 0767 7. 3531 


7.7453 


8.2567| 36 


.1075 
.0773 


.1135 
.0841 


.1130 
.0856 


.1904 
.0843 








1 




37 
38 


. 0824 


.0624 


. 0663 


.0497 


.0467 


.0353 


.0502 


1.0299 


. 9404 


.8768 


.8521 


.8118 


.8147 


.8138 


.8739 


.8312 


.8148 


.6865 39 


.1731 


.1617 


.1684 


.1762 


.1705 


.1743 


, . 1847 


.1638 


.1991 


.1835 


.2562; 40 


.0037 

.0255 

2.6636 






















41 


.0266 
2.7154 


.0278 
2.5517 


.0253 
2.460^ 








[ 






4? 


2. 6166 


2.5239 


2.4659 


2. 1968 1. 8949 


1.8090 


1.7314 


43 


.0057 
.4617 










. 










44 
45 


.4832 


.4158 


.4530 


.4547 


.5971 


.6344 


.5770 .5249 


.5308 


.5873 


2.4667 


2.6979 


2. 6480 


2.6760 


2. 4013 


2. 3656 


2. 3442 


2.4786; 2.4664 


2.6265 


3.0698 46 


.0010 








, 






' 1 


■ " 




47 














1 






100,0000 


100.0000 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 


100. 0000 100. 0000 100. 0000 


100. 0000 



260 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — Comparative Table showing the Aggregate .Receipts op Internal 

States, BY Fiscal Years, from 



[The notes to the references in this table 



1 
2 
3 



DISTRICTS. 



ALABAMA. 



C First (1)... 
{ First «)... 

S Second (1). 
Second (2) . 
Second (3). 
Third (1) .. 



Total. 



ARKANSAS. 



1 First (6) 

2 Second (5) . . . 
„ ( Third (a) (5) 
^ {Third (6).... 



Total. 



CALIFOBNIA. 



2 



8 
4 
5 



1 
2 

3 
4 



(First (7).... 

< First (8).... 
(First (9).... 

Socontt (7) . . 

Third (10) . . 

C Fourth (11). 

< Fourth (12) 
( Fourth (13). 

Fifth (11).. 



Total. 



CONNECTICUT. 



(First (18)-.. 
< First (19).., 
(First (20)... 
C Second (21). 
\ Second (22) . 

Third (18) - . 

Fourth (21). 

Fifth (23)... 



Total. 



OEOBGIA. 



First (29)... 
f Second (30). 
3 Second (31). 
} Second (32). 
1 Second (33). 
(Third (29).. 
< Third (34).. 
(Third (32).. 

Fourth (30). 

Total.. 



ILLINOIS. 



C First (35)... 
{First (36)... 
(Second (5).. 
{Second (37). 
(Second (38). 
Third (39) . 
(Fourth (40). 
{ Fourth (41).. 
(Fourth (42)., 
C Fifth (35).... 
{Fifth (44) ... 

6 Sixth (5).... 

7 Seventh (45), 
(Eighth (45).. 

B < Eighth (46).. 
1 (Eighth (44).. 



FISCAL YEARS ENDED JUNE 30— 



1863. 



1864. 



$348, 828. 56 



43, 405. 01 

58, 378. 00 

141, 738. 31 



39, 481. 95 



631, 831. 83 



672, 438. 90 



399,342.84 



324, 349. 24 
256, 484. 37 



1, 552, 614. 85 



$1, 136, 116. 28 $2, 733, 873. 74 



1865. 



114, 000. 13 

94, 534. 84 

263, 564. 87 



68,172.25 



1,676,388.37 



242, 346. 37 
148, 981. 22 
676, 910. 05 



141,94L10 



3, 944, 052. 48 



1,152,896.36 



898, 966. 11 



668, 223. 12 
552, 430. 36 



3, 272, 515. 95 



865,254.98 



72, 702. 98 



78,742.48 
207,290.33 



166,620.42 



62, 007. 40 

102, 825. 99 

98, (Ju8. 04 



3,739,478.21 



378, 046. 63 



2.'i2, 210. 57 
977, 177. 16 



2, 689, 125. 64 



129,811.72 
177, 1>84. 05 
641, 296. 98 



2,299,479.81 



1, 863, 831. 34 



1,279,600.90 
1, 133, 152. 16 



6, 576, 064. 21 



3, 953, 665. 95 



374, 308. 89 



344, 604. 83 
658, 005. 33 



1,466,519.10 



284, 327. 58 
215, 175. 26 
746, 362. 28 



1866. 



1867. 



$2,917,189.13 



1,118,080.44 



97,04L48 



4, 132, 3U. 05 



256, 147, 11 



256, 147. 11 



3,473,692.91 



343, 746. 65 
178, 980. 98 
696,990.19 



235, 487. 80 



4, 928, 898. 53 



2,864,903.51 



2, 791, 672. 05 



1, 733, 587. 49 
2,246,524.85 



9, 636, 687. 90 



411,057.63 
2, 251, 265. 98 



1,249,422.93 



.396,830.46 



4,a08,577.00 



7, 095, 203. 40 



588,209.86 



547, 715, 19 
1, 147, 629. 71 



1,202,275.08 



455.161.88 
1,426; 229, 60 
1, 094, 005. 80 



$1,842,963.82 



1,831,443.71 



444,722.' 



4, 119, 130. 



783,336.7tf, 
886, 001. 17 
82,819.25 



1,752,157.18 



6,199,567.48 



445,079.96 
187,634.49 
707,217.12 



217,632.65 



6, 757, 131. ( 



2,548,344.02 



2.126,724,98 



1,367, 28a 31 
1,540,613.26 



7,582,970.57 



507,262.24 
2,136,073.50 



'i{262,036.09 



'582,'oe9.07 



4,487,440.90 



5, 487,988'^ 



'337,'461.39 



'"442,'9^55 
1,626,967.73 



"m,i9i-^^ 



" '409,' 331. g 
893. K60.»' 



COMMISSIONER OF INTEENAL REVENUE. 



261 



JE IN EACH Collection District, State, and Territory op the Uihted 
BER 1, 1862, TO June 30, 1894. 



tnnd on 


pages 316-319.] 












FISCAL TEABS ENDED JUNE 30— 




». 


1869. 


1870. 


1871. 


1872. 


1873. 




609.54 


$257, 988. 06 


$233, G76. 68 


$132, 204. 53 


$130, 333. 60 


$81,836.63 


}l 


812.39 


.166,091.07 


29tf, 734. 19 


121, 128. 60 


78,755.20 


40, 369. 94 


h 














s 


183.88 


48, 237. 13 


65, 289. 30 


110,425.24 


29, 071. 34 


80,286.78 


3 


605.81 


472, 316. 25 


595, 700. 17 


363, 758. 37 


238, 160. 14 


152, 493. 35 




600.88 
940.75 
758.36 


22,95L51 
93, 333. 73 
28, 699. 83 


205, 469. 37 

131, 520. 65 

32,294.08 


47, 400. 88 
56,547.31 
26, 576. 28 


40,849.27 
34,786.02 
18, 665. 93 


23, 252. 19 
37,482.57 
28, 126. 26 


1 
2 

1» 
















389.99 


144,985.07 


369, 284. 10 


130, 524. 47 


94, 301. 22 


88, 861. 02 




, 081. 83 


8,364,162.38 


3, 151, 998. 32 


2,226,231.40 
598,678.41 




■ 


) 




2,490,717.82 


1,734,547.63 
256, 055. 20 


Si 








) 


.423.17 


353,364.23 
166, 578. 86 
481,363.71 


359,043.24 
200, 629. 61 
568, 800. 25 


232, 053. 85 
146, 822. 59 
304,952.44 




2 


, U39. 78 
, 634. 82 


196, 042. 27 
285, 832. 25 


113,445.41 
174,218.97 


3 














) 


,346.85 


164, 078. 26 


321, 877. 89 


98,182.89 


80, 925. 05 


89, 643. 86 


5 


, 526. 45 


4.529,547.44 


4,602,439.31 


3,606,921.58 


3, 053, 517. 39 


2, 367, 911. 07 




,323.76 


«- 

936,528.89 


1,020,409.28 


648,671.05 


544, 049. 21 


247, 170. 66 
251, 588. 03 


\i 












s 


,959.37 


612,503.22 


760, 691. 38 


376, 938. 54 


345,751.21 


194, 806. 04 


\^ 


, 104. 36 
.010.88 


313,154.48 
478, 319. 36 


299, 599. 94 
483,776.54 


154,831.98 
246,429.34 


144, 726. 52 
170, 087. 70 


51, 390. 01 
129,03p.25 


3 

4 
5 
















,398.37 


2,340,505.95 


2,564,477.14 


1, 426, 870. 91 


1, 204, 614. 64 


873.984.99 




,690.50 
,432.31 


240,190.72 
255,731.22 


260,456.61 
330, 115. 95 


138, 077. 19 
355,277.11 


112, 845. 86 
99, 355. 47 


90,492.97 
57, 361. 33 


1 

r 




























,719.52 


255. 782. 51 


227,960.08 


154,782.68 


125,561.46 


117, 647. 87 


!b 














V 


,122.36 


258, 577. 12 


325, 708. 74 


,288,807.04 


245,397.39 


212,457.73 


4 


,964.69 


1,010,281.57 


1,144.241.38 


736, 944. 02 


583, 160. 18 


477,959.90 




, 315. 33 


6,771,168.61 


8, 39.5, 131. 87 


7, 269, 582. 79 


6,155,659.12 


6, 798, 288. 11 


1^ 


,455.06 


351, 458. 21 


398, 012. 17 


245, 842. 68 


147,511.81 


60, 209. 18 














s 


,659.50 
1, 260. 05 


355, 364. 66 
1,185,292.87 


576, 926. 96 
1,602,059.85 


757, 663. 64 
1, 233, 013. 65 


751, 763. 04 
1, 723. 054. 91 


550, 937. 78 
1,203,453.25 
















s 


1,839.15 


1, 591, 351. 02 


3, 663, 260. 07 


2, 553, 970. 87 


4, 108, 333. 42 


4, 766, 975. 11 


7 

I' 


1,042.44 
1,085.74 
»,594.67 


396,465.53 
624, 180. 36 
788,314.06 


541, 399. 74 

746, 513. 53 

1, 215, 798. 16 


380, 103. 35 

. 789,495.36 

814, 509. 77 


559, 911. 41 

230, 067. 95 

1, 150, 031. 23 


354, 950. 98 

170, 921. 89 

1,866,513.65 















262 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THtt 
D. — Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Receipts o^ 



2 
3 



i 

2 



DISTRICTS. 



AT.A« A M Ar 



C First (1)... 
\ First (2)... 
( Second (1), 
^Second (2). 
(Second (3). 
Tldrdd). 



Total 



ARKANSAS. 



2 
3 

4 

5 



1 

2 

3 
4 
5 



Fir8t(5) 

Second (5) 

C Third (a) (5). 
i Third (6) 



Total 

CALIFOBNIA. 



(First (7)... 

< First (8)... 
(First (9)..., 

Second (7).. 

Third (10).. 

(Fourth (11). 

< Fourth (12). 
(Fourth (13). 

Fifth (11) .. 



Total 

CONNECTICUT. 



1 

2 

3 

4 



1 

2 

3. 
4 



6 

7 

8 



(First (18).. 
< First (10).. 
( First (20) . . , 
C Second (21). 
i Second (22). 

Third (18).. 

Fourth (21). 

Fifth (23) . . 



Total 



GBOROLA. 



First (29) . . 

Second (30). 

Second (31). 

Second (32). 

Second (33). 
(Third (29).. 
< Third (34).. 
(Third (32).. 

Fourth (30) 



Total 



ILLINOIS. 



C First (35).... 
i First (36).... 

S Second (5) . . . 
Second (37).. 
Second (38).. 
Third (39)... 
( Fourth (40) . 

< Fourth (41) . 
( Fourth (42) . 
C Fifth (35) ... 
J Fifth (44) ... 

Sixth (5) .... 
Seventh (45) 
(Eighth (45;.. 

< Eighth (46).. 
(Eighth (44).. 



FISCAL TEAB8 ENDED JUNE 30^ 



1874. 



$51,740.47 
"59,466.* 27 



24, 592. 87 



185, 792. 61 



18,478.01 
26, 402. 93 
23,996.00 



68, 876. 94 



2,262,713.81 



146, 880. 33 



72, 247. 36 



2,481,841.50 



367, 211. 55 



49, 989. 54 
142, 098. 09 



21, 079. 93 



1875. 



$53, 690. 08 
'*4i,*992.'84 



^,006.45 



115,689.37 



15, 038. 86 
21, 160. 69 
39,177.89 



75,377.44 



2,726,075.19, 
326. 13 



161,294.80 



100, 337. 14 



2,988,033.1 



1876. 



$44,718.07 
"46,978.* is 



17,644.72 



109, 340. 97 



3, 192. 94 

4, 250. 66 

12, 060. 60 

48, 696. 88 



68,201.08 



2,815.656.29 



45, 718. 40 
206, 570. 34 



27, 094. 87 



1877. 



$18, 116. 1 
28, 116. 3i 
18, 676. 5! 
32, 712. 1 



10,388.90 



108, 010. 00 




85, 850. 09 



•<9 



85,850.09 



2.434,703.01 



314,890.73 



3, 095, 039. 90 



*. 02 
388,542.59 



•27. 00 

239, 128. 35 

*20.00 



580, 379. 11 



55, 588. 98 
66, 910. 66 



85, 548. 87 
i76,"574."64 



384, 622. 55 



6, 606, 125. 82 
*' 56,' 279.' 56 



319, 475. 35 
984, 958. 64 



4,716,712.55 



355,864.69 

70,228.53 

1, 619, 096. 60 



627, 717. 96 



55, 111. 65 
63, 643. 12 



88, 362. 85 
i8i,'i69.*22 



388. 226. 84 



7, 839, 208. 64 
*57,*799*8i 



617, 937. 87 
1, 097, 690. 25 



4,851,139.18 



366, 387. 65 

79, 010. 14 

1,840,931.27 



378, 663. 41 
279,*45i.'i6 



658, 114. 51 



47, 202. 52 
56,727.60 



80, 509. 41 

iis.'moi 



362,726.44 



2,749.593.74 



336,998.04 
'324,'422.'22 



661,420.26 



4,286.41 

7,047.24 

112,593.46 



24,002.05 
84,078.87 



46, 871. 27 



8, 971, 565. 08 



24, 595. 97 
193, 544. 97 



1, 299. 832. 96 
792, 141. 53 
472,885.50 



8,003,048.41 



99,654.16 

86, 617. 82 

2,933,064.45 



278,879.30 



8,448,186.99 



217,090.03 
"i,' 038, 352.74 



463,270.98 

925,935.51 

7,598,502.78 



79,937.18 
2,639,666.76 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



263 



Internal Revbnue in bach Collection District, etc. — Continned. 



1 FISCAL TKAR8 ENDBD JUNE 30^ 




1878. 


1870. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 


















$67,967.87 


$50,064.72 


$63,256.41 


$55,430.87 


$73,504.25 


$50,04L26 


70,001.70 


72,140.66 


72,633.07 


75, 221. 02 


67,028.67 


57,732.50 


























1 


137,069.57 


122,234.38 


135,890.38 


130, 651. 39 


140, 532. 92 


108,678.85 










t 






1 
1 




*"[ 










2 
















115,735.77 


115,210.57 


126, 089. 12 


132,086.94 


109,039.36 


07, 715. 53 


115,735.77 


115, 219. 57 


126, 089. 12 


132,086.94 


109,039.36 


07,715.53 








1 








2 














1,844,48L07 


1,911,385.48 


2,437,650.82 


3,277,931.88 


3, 814, 692. 86 


3,675,820.34 














3 














•\ 


302, 308. 30 


806,113.21 


345, 983. 82 


335, 458. 98 


312,484.65 


326,552.80 


h 














5 
















2,146,780.46 


2,217,408.60 


2,783,634.64 


3,613,390.86 


. 4,127,177.51 


4, 002, 373. 14 
















S' 


200,882.60 


251, 313. 21 


212, 856. 33 


283, 883. 46 


263,8n.83 


220,524.34 






1 








3 


280,452.00 


271,045.46 


248, 323. 80 


295,806.56 


301,989.45 


286,466 50 














4 














5 
















580,335.50 


623,258.67 


461,180.13 


579, 690. 02 


565, 801. 28 


506, 000. 84 
















1 


« 










( 


* 


38, 532. 05 
107, 950. 8d 














214, 714. 35 


223,543.92 


266,405.74 


264,054.22 


307, 770. 27 


' 2 














4 


10, 018. 02 
78,018.04 












108, 056. 25 


98,'630.'26 


97,727.74 


05, 306. 66 


87,890.76 


' 
















322,770.60 


322, 074. 18 


364, 13Si. 48 


359, 360. 88 


395,661.03 




8,185,225.67 


8,270,047.07 


8,936,614.85 


0,905,157.60 


10,466,026.54 


0,110,101.70 


!■ 








, 






220,756.61 

" ^ • 


236,270.45 


233,160.93 


247,243.89 


261,351.75 


254, 223. 33 


857, 227. 05 


800,835.58 


705,363.28 


566,405.64 


676,98L44 


101,092.49 


3 


. . ^ 












1,105,026.07 
0,504,660.22 


067,731.85 
6,030,160.57 


983, 112. 88 
10, 324, 576. 75 


1, 203, 221. 51 
11,425,131.77 


1, 247, 764. 75 
13,267,988.65 


772,861.95 
13, 963, 625. 50 


» ^ 












6 


2,029,688.18 


50, 273. 78 
1,400,264.30 


57, 203. 42 
815,000.92 


67,884.77 
1,407,226.90 


75. 595. 53 
1,429,153.26 


64, 731. 27 
1,116,936.93 


7 



264 



AimUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Receipts op 



2 
3 



1 

2 



2 
3 

4 

5 



DISTRICTS. 



ALABAMA. 



C First (I)... 
\ First (2) . . . 
( Second (1). 
< Second (2) . 
t Second (3) 
Third (1) . 



Total. 



ARKANSAS. 



First (5) 

Second (5) . . . 
C Third (a) (5) 
i Third (6).... 



Total. 



CALIFORNIA. 



3 
4 

5 



1 

2 

3 

4 



2 
3 

4 



6 
7 

8 



First (7).... 
First (8)..., 
First (9) . . . 
Second (7) . 
Third (10).. 
Fourth (11) 
Fourth (12), 
Fourth (13), 
Fifth (11) ., 



Total. 



CONNECTICUT. 



(First (18)... 

< First (10)... 

i First (20) . . . 

^ Second (21) 

I Second (22) . 
Third (18) . , 
Fourth (2 1) 
Fifth (23)... 



Total. 



QRORGIA. 



First (29)... 
f Second (.{0) 

Second (31), 

Second (32) 
^Second (33). 
( Third (20) . 
< Third (34). 
( Third (32) . , 

Fourth (30) 



Total. 



{ 



ILLINOIS. 



First (35) . . . . 
First (36).... 
Second (5) . . . 
Second (;.t7) . . 
Second (ISS) . . 
'I'hird (39) . . . 
Fourth (40).. 
Fourth (41).. 
Fourth (42) . . 
Fifth (35) . . 
Fifth (44) . . . 

Sixth (5) 

Seventh (45) 
Eighth (45).. 
Eighth (40).. 
Eighth (44).. 



FISCAL TEARS ENDED JUNE 30— 



1884. 



$1, 481. 70 



3, 462. 37 
80. 454. 26 



85, 398. 33 



91, 009. 87 



91, 009. 87 



3, 098, 043. 62 



57, 123. 91 
229, 598. 42 



3, 384^765. 95 



30, 429. 36 
357, 848. 25 



40, 093. 32 



428, 370. 93 



24, 192. 09 
352, 285. 69 



3, 264. 06 



379, 741. 84 



8, 447, 053. 80 



16, 986. 35 

212, 616. 78 

2, 929. 11 



428, 070. 12 
13, 036, 354. 77 



4. 525. 49 
126, 645. 85 
791, 811. 50 



1885. 



$73, 315. 34 



1886. 



$81,038.08 



73, 315. 34 



87, 292. 48 



81, 038. 08 



94, 893. 08 



87, 292. 48 94, 893. 08 



2,342,X)80.56 



252,137.75 
18, 941. 83 



2, 613, 160. 13 



412, 626. 19 



1,783,232.13 



307, 552. 71 



2,090,784.84 



461,971.84 



412, 626. 19 



316, 441. 40 



316, 441. 40 



8.001,784.74 



222, 400. 84 



301,319.27 
13, 298, 687. 18 



461, 971. 84 



304, 384. 29 



304, 384. 29 



7, 248, 194. 73 



225, 279. 14 



335,071.91 
13. 913, 381. 95 



1887. 



$78, 542. 76 



78,542.76 



97, 630. 38 



97, 630. 38 



1,790,636.04 



290,584.63 



2, 081, 221. 57 



481, 405. 47 



481,405.47 



336, 705. 86 



336, 705. 86 



8,851,922.56 



241,450.64 



903, 888. 47 1, 632, 815. 41 



357,801,42 
13, 657, 928. 09 



1, 136, 906. 31 



1888. 



$79, 617. 65 



79, 617. 65 



106,541.78 



106,541.78 



1,892,647.78 



.306,767.33 



2,199,415.11 



804, 708. SO 



804, 708. 30 



380, 673. 22 



380,673.22 



9.463,818.28 



18,388,340.56 



1,693,203.64 



:] 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



265 



Internal Revenue in bach Collection District, etc. — Continued. 



riBCAL YEAB8 ENDED JUNE 30— 


Total. 




1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


. 1894. 
















$7, 129, 075. 76 

390, 782. 88 

6, 197, 513. 34 

450, 942. 10 

1, 025,^052. 87 

1, 434, 890. 80 


|i 


























"J 














>2 


$92,762.36 


$118,800.50 


$93, 835. 50 


$106,771.14 


$107, 147. 14 


$112, 768. 14 


r 

3 












•"•••••••••••• 




92,762.36 


118, 800. 50 


93,835.50 


106, 771. 14 


107, 147. 14 


112, 768. 14 


16, 628, 257. 75 




■ 












1,956,807.78 

1,523,426.48 

364, 174. 48 

2.946,737.92 


1 














2 














l» 


120,719.22 


119, 015. 70 


97, 639. 79 


95,718.86 


1,102,503.30 


103, 340. 20 


120,719.22 


119, 015. 70 


97, 639. 79 


95, 718. 86 


1, 102, 503. 30 


103, 340. 20 


6, 791, 146. G6 
















26,794,552.90 
4,823,943.86 

48,849,406.15 
2,631,788.73 
1,624,068.05 
5, 198, 206. 51 
3,357,761.92 
2,644,884.54 
1,876,449.92 


^ 






« 


\ 






(i 




1, 677, 990. 97 


1,767,055.69 


1,888,76L65 


1,793,439.55 


1,574,702.05 


r 

2 














3 














■J 














u 


313,363.91 


336, 633. 93 


313, 572. 31 


392, 171. 65 


400, 608. 66 333, 226. 50 


r 

5 


, 














•.097,013.18 


2,011,624.90 


2, 080, 628. 00 


2, 280, 933. 30 


2, 194, 048. 21 


1, 907, 928. 55 


97, 801, 062. 58 




^••.. 












14,291,215.47 
3,285,704.84 
1,713,851.75 ' 


■) 














(l 














r 














11,685,203.12 )o 
2,710,177.75 5^ 
7,123,876.35 ' 3 


* ••• • • 












; - 










L,..:: 








1 


8, 150, 939. 00 4, 


785,714.88 


813, 263. 98 


968, 936. 38 


930, 783. 02 


1,025,458.19 : 1,044,999.17 


6,373,863.92 


5 


785,714.88 


813, 263. 98 


968,936.38 


930, 783. 02 


1, 025, 458. 19 1, 044, 999. 17 


55,334,832.20 
















2, 673, 263. 28 
8, 218, 941. 49 
151, 125. 51 
1,498,631.48 
4, 597, 576. 99 
5, 346, 336. 32 


1 


.^ 










. ..... .^•••••a 




■^_ 














,^ 












>2 


436, 119. 14 


555, 085. 14 


569, 950. 91 


482,811.52 


449, 677. 39 


413,442.43 


^ 


^ 












103, 096. 89 \ 3 


^ 










* 


568,794.67 
3, 874, 811. 35 


s 


.^ 












4 


^ 














436, 119. 14 


555, 085. 14 


569, 950. 91 


482, 811. 52 


449, 677. 39 


413,442.43 


27, 032, 577. 98 






V 










179. 807. 032. 11 


) . 


^> 134,585*96' 


10.371,325.12 


13,964,833.21 


10,883,986.71 


10, 194, 716. 90 


8,614,476.09 


72,627,742.27 5 

3.392.894.20 ) 

1.880.628.21 >2 
901, 747. 40 ' S 










...... J ...... . 




- — .. 
























11,874.965.44 ! 3 














15,086,995.26 ) 
936. 156. 48 s 4 














^ ^ 












8, 628, 818. 14 

164,749,380.56 

135, 613, 511. 12 

4, 646, 320. 16 

6, 496, 276. 36 

27 229 570 34 


y 












6 


1^.3^,'265.26 


23,126,584.20 


21,624,477.69 


20, 828, 247. 36 


18,488,69L73 


13,834,904.32 


*•••••♦•• 








•-\ 




7 














^ 














4,465,421.69 j >8 
24,893,579.30 ) 


'i 318. 206:60* 


"*93i,*476!6i* 


2, 299, 150. 83 


4,575,182.59 


5,106,826.43 


7,966,532.70 



266 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



D.— Comparative Table showing the AoaREGATB Receipts of 



9 

10 

11 

12 
13 



2 
3 

4 
5 

6 



8 
9 

10 
11 



1 

2 

3 



5 
6 



1 
2 

3 

4 

6 

6 
7 

8 
9 



DISTRICTS. 



ILLINOIS- continued. 



Ninth (40) 

C Tenth (5) 

i Tenth (47) 

Eleventh (48) . . 

Twelfth (5) 

( Thirteenth (48) 
< Thirteenth (49) 
( Thirteenth (43) 



Total.... 

INDIANA, 



C First (50) .... 
{Firat(51) ... 
C Second (5) . . . 
5 Second (52).. 

Third (5) 

CFourtli (50) . 
{Fourth (51) ., 

Fifth (53) ... 
f Sixth (6) 

Sixth (54) .... 

Sixth (51) ..., 

Sixth (55).... 

Sixth (56) ... 
( Seventh (50) . 

< Seventh (51) . . 
(Seventh (57).. 
> Eighth (5)..., 

Ninth (5) 

5 Tenth (5) 

{Tenth (53).... 
( Eleventh (53) 

< Eleventh (59). 
(Eleventh (60). 



Total.... 

IOWA. 



First (50)... 
( Second (50). 
{ Second (61). 
(Second (62). 
C Third (64).. 
{Third (65).. 
(Fourth (50). 
J Fourth (61). 
1 Fourth (62). 
I Fourth (63). 

Fifth (24)... 

Sixth (64) .. 



Total , 

KKNTUCKT. 



First (66).... 
C Second (66).. 

< Second (67).. 
(Second (68).. 

Third (30)... 

Fourth (69) , 

(Fifth (69).... 

< Fifth (70).... 
(Fifth (70i)... 

Sixth 

C Seventh (71). 
{Seventh (72). 
(Eighth (71).. 

< Eighth (72).. 
(Eighth (70^). 

Ninth (71)... 



Total. 



FISCAL YBAB8 ENDKD JUNB 30— 



1863. 



$71, 823. 27 
42,897.99 



15,771.22 

139, 231. 66 

87,915.80 



2,012,592.46 



124, 500. 72 
89,' 204. 67 



13, 949. 37 
235, 560. 78 



1864. 



$151,294.63 
118,772.67 



27,150.42 
513, 443. 39 
102,178.80 



9,897,970.87 



239, 191. 09 
2i5,986!33 



86, 078. 75 
125,633.06 



87, 111. 51 



69, 944. 35 
48, 706. 12 
19, 303. 44 



24,911.44 



924,904.21 



79, 003. 05 
75,232.31 



57,466.44 
"35,'327.'34 



27,090.74 
11,842.83 



285,962.71 



31,486.72 
188. 53 



820, 238. 76 
530, 858. 88 



1, 382, 771. 89 



150,442.91 
1, 321, 298. 05 



1865. 



$319, 064. 18 
304, 361. 99 



79,465.20 
574, 536. 62 
203, 334. 37 



9,523,721.58 



1860. 



$348,771.65 
384, 388. 97 



130,869.48 
709,117.75 
267,895.44 



16,397,463.81 



424,812.51 
'408,138.74 



299,060.13 
349, 682. 13 



218, 496. 70 



370,473.29 

100, 733, 85 

87, 332. 34 



45,523.16 



3,308,219.97 



154, 187. 62 
251,194.41 



107, 993. 86 
' 53,*622.'64' 



44, 188. 79 
21, 160. 02 



826, 796. 47 
835, 475. 90 



320, 319. 28 
617,557.40 



497,368.24 



329, 557. 36 
221, 351. 84 
224, 338. 47 



120, 527. 27 



4,821,243.48 



447,809.06 
469,401.29 



630, 825. 29 
'i57,'762.'44' 



107,011.26 
43, 948. 91 



738,232.64 
578,i68.*32 



767,813.74 
772, 233. 76 



340, 463. 66 
664,874.09 



1867. 



$199,545.01 
297, 129. 06 



118,4.34.94 
439,990.90 
186,780.62 



12,112,985.84 



740, 105. 68 
4i9,'i39.'82 



643,891.08 
384, 210. 86 



221,274.95 
579,837.36 



367, 348. 12 



481, 476, 39 
276, 277. 05 
265, 624. 56 



164,926.29 



6,417,336.50 



597,437.66 
365,918.04 



1,374,031.26 
"i92,*i3i.'3i' 



134,614.23 
61, 198. 13 



632, 336. 74 



263, 672. 00 
119,548.47 



2,005,153.90 
1, 557, 718. 62 



3, 946, 092. 09 



1, 746, 758. 25 



517,012.01 
320,464.31 



2,085,846.32 

1,355,471.16 

457, 907. 30 



120,432.84 



4, 857, 133. 04 



2,716,330.51 



603,986.76 
428, 025. 14 



2, 701, 831. 91 

1, 296, 595. 65 

623,846.92 



267, 838. 11 



6,922,122.48 



231, 803. 13 



386,580.67 
226,199.06 
197,620.80 



92,299.77 



4,122,863.08 



763,355.08 
292,429.67 



641, 136. 82 
"266,*36i.*56 



119,738.84 
67,090.88 



2,074,062.35 



315,698.69 
169,566.38 



283,938 64 

258,962.83 

2,679,26L37 



1,065,258.59 
441,826.13 



106,989.57 
'i63,'74«.'9ml 



5,416,134. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



267 



Internal Revbnub in each Collection District, etc. — Continned. 



1 




FISCAL TBABS B17DBD JUNE 30— 








1868. 


1869. 


1870*. 


1871. 


1872. 


1873. 




$139,490.50 
286, 259. 63 


$150,257.03 
217,165.07 


$153,147.88 
183, 049. 44 


$81,075.73 
94,548.03 


$333, 644. 14 
68, 210. 68 


• 

$135,419.32 
53, 687. 14 


9 


81,578.77 
435, 286. 82 
131,018.95 


75,230.06 
444, 976. 26 
113, 033. 13 


79, 971. 95 

715, 549. 64 

98, 545. 40 


52, 514. 76 

776, 101. 74 

71, 186. 66 


27,270.46 

493, 622. 99 

50,586.24 


29, 236.- 40 

457,274.96 

46, 301. 57 


11 

12 














y 














J 


7.564,886.51 


13, 063, 256. 87 


18, 364, 366. 66 


15, 119, 609. 02 


15, 799, 667. 30 


16, 493, 169. 34 




418,297.17 


613, 043. 15 


670,570.32 


735, 565. 72 


981, 513. 76 


952, 792. 93 


|i 


278,833.70 


212,543.36 


223, 056. 20 


119, 087. 95 


89, 818. 36 


96, 651. 70 


\^ 


157, 867. 36 
128,732.05 


410, 879. 30 
1, 089, 573. 69 


518,649.87 
1,681,620.03 


481, 392. 29 
1, 819, 257. 45 


473,920.80 
1, 977, 628. 65 


582,858.35 
2,407,099.08 


3 


152, 617. 58 
418,343.98 


127,588.44 
621,189.46 


436, 695. 61 
586,127.36 


158, 877. 09 
379, 533. 70 


61, 470. 02 
563, 778. 36 


36, 612. 98 
467,826.35 


6 








' 






I 6 






























200,522.44 


341,79L45 


336, 242. 18 


412,688.37 


501,381.86 


562, 012. 78 


^ 














5 


161,201.88 
148,242.89 


221,981.83 
151, 188. 86 
119, 742. 07 


254, 817. 46 
176,813.95 
104, 383. 53 


419, 349. 40 

137, 824. 09 

92,585.43 


477,419.52 

173, 689. 61 

78,263.55 


352,993.97 

122, 828. 20 

66, 820. 97 


8 
9 

|,0 


69,760.03 


60, 235. 69 


66, 048. 31 


42,307.41 


73, 008. 23 


29, 654. 30 


l„ 














) 
















2,342,327.38 


3,869,757.30 


5,045,023.82 


4,798,468.90 


5,441,892.72 


5,678,052.51 




1 

376,213.73 
235,486.55 


498, 636. 65 
368, 210. 07 


337,23L81 
361, 125. 06 


200,465.70 
277,331.47 


184,678.53 
302,932.49 


175,697.96 
262, 438. 55 


1 


I ':'■/.'. 












S 


267,158.45 


396, 258. 10 


312, 279. 36 


347,988.46 


441,965.31 


412,006.68 




1 lie, 252. 66 
' 


112, 695. 11 


149, 102. 76 


78,496.94 


49, 992. 93 


53, 106. 82 














1 * 






^. .............. 










106, 298. 06 
80.820.88 


117, 237. 09 
65, 228. 03 

1 


116,532.71 
101, 709. 66 


92,136.44 
85,424.24 


48,416.03 
39, 805. 33 


55, 485. 34 
54, 261. 94 


5 
6 


1,182.230.22 


1,558,264.95 


1,377.981.34 


1,08],84L24 


1,067,790.62 


1, 012, 997. 29 




176,929.35 
146,433.25 


121,052.98 
~ 118,026.31 


187, 208. 02 
256. 903. 29 


196,301.89 
446, 726. 88 


194,026.87 
332, 812. 01 


191,598.40 
263,464.40 


1 














\ 


143,277.89 

194,777.28 

1,987,316.93 


79, 167. 99 

382, 888. 09 

2, 548, 700. 52 


115, 900. 12 

784,431.77 

2, 555, 685. 48 


137, 004. 91 

454, 742. 04 

2, 065, 384. 67 


32, 446. 29 

350, 249. 05 

1,966,874.47 


118,641.50 

329, 211. 58 

1, 832, 197. 50 


J 
3 

4 














\ 


762,357.23 
502,022.08 


2, 197, 684. 56 

1,723,877.05 


2, 734, 708. 27 
2, 765, 326. 14 


1,757,711.10 
1, 199, 741. 76 


1, 845, 855. 24 
971,644.09 


1,615,782.40 
872, 323. 96 


J 

6 

V 


82,849.60 


97, 949. 66 


238,812.63 


126, 457. 50 


49, 132. 29 


141,330.52 














143,450.48 


327, 922. 57 


248, 648. 01 


130, 069. 79 


104,428.13 


102, 078. 21 


9 


,.,^39,414.09 


7,547,269.73 


9,887,623.73 


6, 514, 140. 54 


1 5,847,468.44 


6,456,628.47 





268 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Receifti 



9 

10 

11 

12 
13 



2 
3 
4 
5 

6 



8 
9 

10 
11 



1 
2 

3 



5 
6 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 




DISTRICTS. 



ILLINOIS— coDtiimed. 



Ninth (40) 

C Tenth (5) 

J Tenth (47) 

Eleventh (48).. 

Twelfth (5) . . . . 
( Thirteenth (48) 
< Thirteenth (49) 
( Thirteenth (43) 



Total 



INDUNA. 



C First (50).... 
{First (51).... 
5 Second (5) ... 
i Second (52) .. 

Third (5) .... 
5 Fourth (50).. 
{Fourth (51).. 

Fifth (53).... 
f Sixth (5) 

Sixth (54).... 

Sixth (51).... 

Sixth (55).... 

Sixth (56).... 
( Seventh (50) . 

< Seventh (51) . 
( Seventh (57) . 

Eighth ^5) . . . 

ninth (5) .... 
5 Tenth (5) . . . . 
} Tenth (58) . . . 
C Eleventh (5:i) 

< Eleventh (59) 
( Eleventh (UO) 

Total ... 



IOWA. 



First (50) . . 
C Second (50) 

< Second (61) 
( Second (62) 

< Third (64) . 
\ Third (65) . 

{Fourth (50) 
Fourth (61) 
Fourth (63) 
Fourth (63) 
Fifth (24) .. 
Sixth (64) . . 



Total 

KENTUCKY. 



First (66) ... 
( Second (66) . 

< Second (67) . 
( Second (68) . 

Third (30) . . 

Fourth (69) . 

( Fifth (09) . . . 

< Fifth (70)... 
(Fifth (70i).. 

Sixth 

C Seventh (71) 
{ Seventh (72) 
( Eighth (71) . 

< Eighth (72) . 
( Eighth (70i) 

Ninth (71) .. 



Total 



FI80AL TEAB8 ENDED JUNE 30— 



1874. 



$52, 823. 42 
58, 232. 78 



22, 689. 83 

520, 512. 42 

36, 720. 70 



15, 419, 720. 89 



749, 459. 36 
"54,' 695. 22 



449, 465. 62 
1, 975, 722. 39 



31, S02. 85 
308, 251. 06 



690, 664. 25 



394, 907. 54 
79, 309. 23 
63, 742. 10 



25, 475. 97 



4, 823, 495. 59 



192, 667. 68 
210, 581. 45 



1875. 



$100,632.86 
66, 072. 60 



27, 069. :J6 

641,:^01.71 

49, 355. 37 



17, 634, 626. 71 



509,331.26 
"78,672.36 



312, 041. 07 
2, 141, 953. 30 



46, 026. 25 
547, 374. 79 



766, 262. 79 



54, 917. 04 
86, 759. 51 
72,978.37 



38, 072. 31 



4, 653, 789. 05 



266, 638. 09 
162, 248. 89 



345, 026. 91 
"57,928.94' 



68, 977. 70 
58, 078. 48 



933, 261. 16 



166,652.24 

355, 139. 00 

33, 479. 18 



23, 717. 25 

579, 440. 38 

2, 064, 996. 70 



2, 003, 126. 21 
1, 422, 130. 54 



164, 104. 70 

"137, 493.22" 
6,950,279 42 



381. 647. 92 
77," 772.' 93 



93, 033. 17 
58, 876. 69 



1, 040, 217. 69 



*446. 32 
743,494.82 



112.302.58 

878, 862. 40 

2, 329, 957. 55 



2, 792, 109. 45 
1,702,515.41 



256, 887. 64 

"moii.'n' 



9, 025, 587. 88 



1876. 



t204, 471. 44 
29. 826. 04 

275, 810. 60 
10, 179. 99 

268, 426. 33 
15, 487. 72 
49, 541. 21 



23,730,694.18 



117, 684. 93 



25, 691. 46 

384, 332. 17 

284, 759. 19 

2, 319, 325. 91 



11, 458. 97 
497, 895. 71 
288, 340. 45 



1, 398, 006. 94 



22,446.06 
37, 320. 59 
25, 834. 64 
93, 282. 86 
10, 143. 83 
62, 602. 56 



5, 579, 126. 27 



221, 838. 27 
181, 898. 45 



320, 755. 86 
"314," 554. 51 



106, 692. 94 
66, 877. 90 



1, 212, 617. 93 



672,654.42 



41,513.11 

213, 879. 68 

917, 396. 73 

1, 865, 987. 51 



2, 452, 194. 79 
1, 193, 003. 84 



222, 960. 04 



126, 002. 63 



7,705,592.75 



1877. 



$109, 78 



13, 87 
335,59 



21, 870, 20 



19, 43; 
161, 14 



94,50* 



559,64 
2, 787, 27 



80,04 
443,091 



457,67" 
1, 212, 45) 



143. 45' 
"78,'4» 



6, 037, 221 



52,85i 

35, 06: 

142, 87< 



61,16 
218, 551 

21,34' 
178, 41! 



87,75' 
12, 3& 



810, 39! 



127, 30< 

695, 70} 

16,31! 



4,033,37' 



2.956,24i 
1, 396, 27; 



190, 70( 



118,48] 



9,534,42^ 



COMMISSIONER OP INTEENAL EEVEkuE. 



269 



Internal Revenue in each Collection District, etc.— Continued. 





riSCAL TEARS BNDED JUNE 30— 






1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 








\ 




1 






9 
















}i« 














\ 
















11 






• 










12 














.....^. .......... 


^ 
















in 




$622,868.74 


$715,148.25 


$980, 581. 46 


$962,409.34 


$827,555.45 


$594, 862. 13 


J 




19,668,79L32 


19,470,641.75 


23,035,614.49 


25,784,681.5] 


28,252,417.37 


25, 977, 525. 39 






















158,055.67 


106, 034. 51 


271, 781. 89 


261,752.57 


253, 745. 94 


207, 502. 62 






























3 
















5 




2,731,073.57 


3,281,98L87 


3, 283, 992. 01 


3, 399, 731. 14 


3,459,301.35 


2,765,256.46 
















■V 




















683,874.96 


604. 972. 84 


,877, 627. 86 


1, 094, 927. 90 


],164,648..03 


726, 345. 15 


' 6 
































J 

1 




1,914,333.86 


1, 550, 090. 42 


1, 531, 283. 31 


2, 253, 76". 27 


1, 306, 664. 77 


1, 636, 108. 59 


V 
















8 
















9 
















|10 




143,586.19 


142, 373. 92 


162, 978. 56 


174, 925. 19 


196. 885. 60 


166, 635. 46 




79,913.31 


75,650.27 


85, 972. 86 


96, 156. 41 


104, 111. 19 


90, 871. 57 


V 





















5,710,837.56 


5, 851, 103. 83 


6,213,636.49 


7, 281, 253. 48 


6, 485, 356. 94 


5, 592, 719. 85 


- 
















1 








...^.. .......... 








1 




182,075.17 


276, 592. 17 


303,114.74 


295, 330. 50 


421, 380. 23 


292, 378. 77 


V 
















\^ 




326,682.60 


298, 663. 81 


267,818.99 


281, 317. 63 


321, 618. 32 


299,913.67 






172, 116. 54 


165,050.34 


168, 046. 93 


184,738.87 


147. 513. 93 


- 4 




















257,666.03 


92, 072. 87 


118,875.71 


219, 081. 92 


916,167.32 


3, 322, 913. 70 


5 
6 


t 




















839,445.39 


854, 859. 78 


923,776.98 


1,843,904.74 


4,062,720.07 


















1 
















1 
















S 2 




571,490.43 


543,443.85 


620,' moi' 


672,'i59."6i* 


955. 021. 75 


1, 535, 657. 15 


















A 














1 


2,723,'643.'07* 


3,069,69L06 


3, 563, 144. 63 


3,489,672.12 


4,467,721.54 


7, 650, 781. 73 


V 


2. 495, 496. 2H 


2, 885, 094. 31 
894, 735. 23 


3, 298, 244. 82 
1, 018, 072. 33 


3,185.221.03 
1, 009, 848. 31 


3,435,658.55 
1,281,464.30 


3, 835, 345. 17 
1,973,863.32 


6 




161,193.03 


236,342.19 


216, 681. 51 


221, 709. 36 


301, 889. 19 


* » ^ , 












5 


l68,'384.'7i* 


118,788.46 


149, 637. 89 


145, 579. 63 


169, 660. 64 


i89,'54i.67' 


9 




7,672,945.94 


8, 885, 544. 90 


8, 719, 162. 21 


10,531,236.14 


15,387,077.63 





270 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — COMPAKATIVB TaBLE SHOWING THE AGGREGATE RECEIPTS Of 





DISTEICT3. 


FISCAL TBABS ENDED JUNE 30— 




1884. 


1885. 


1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


9 


njJNOis— continued. 
Ninth (40) 


f 












C Tenth (5) 












10 


} Tenth (47) 












11 


Eleventh (48) 












12 


Twelfth (5) 














i Thirteenth (48) 












13 


< Thirteenth (49) 














( Thirteenth (43) 


$453,491.03 


$347, 784. 11 


$497, 503. 46 


$579, 695. 32 


$585,632.83 




Total 






23, 520, 484. 80 


23,075,864.61 


23, 852, 252. 60 


24,825,704.34 


30,130.905.31' 




INDIANA. 
C First (60) 














• 


1 


) First (51) 


13, 578. 25 












C Second (5) 










2 


) Second (52) 












3 


Third (5) 














C Fourth (50) 












4 


5 Fourth i51) 


224, 104. 38 










5 


Fifth (53) ..." 




, 








rSixth (5) 














Sixth (54) 












6 


^ Sixth (51) 

Sixth (55) 


15, 207. 41 
3,321,825.79 












2, 732. 133. 60 


3, 053, 972. 17 


2, 830, 308. 54 






Sixth (56) - . . . 


2,705,371.02 




C Seventh (50) 










7 


< Seventh (51) 


i28,7i6'i5' 
1, 688, 658. 56 












i Seventh (57) 


1,110,761.89 


1,632,776.04 


1,166,933.45 


1,433,788.30 


8 


Eishth (5) 


9 


Ninth (5) 














C Tenth (5) 












10 


) Tenth (58) 


10,932.05 












C Eleventh (53^ 










11 


< Eleventh (59) 


3,942.63 
211, 547. 00 




1 






i Eleventh (60) 


188,970.51 


186,482.27 261,796.69 






Total 


_ 




5, 618, 512. 22 


4,031,866.00 


4, 873, 230. 48 i 4, 259, 038. 68 


4,139,150.32 




IOWA. 

First (50) 


1 














i Second (50) 






'- 1 

1 




2 


<Second(61) 


"'"22," 324.' 35* 
2,293,490.17 












f Second (62) 


1,958.811.60 


2, 271, 460. 59 


1,674,482.43 






C Third (64) 




3 


> Third (65) 


220, 578. 23 


182,520.32 


192, 005. 13 


188, 287. 73 


166,581.44 




( Fourth (50) 




Fourth (61 > ... 


13, 229. 74 
79,605.60 










4 


1 Fourth (62) 


80,721. 23 


83,875.22 


88, 354. 73 






, Fourth (63) 


'"353, 329. 73 


5 


Fifth (24) . . . 


128,188.44 








6 


Sixth (64) 












Total 















2, 757, 416. 53 


2,222,059.15 


2,547,340.94 


1,951,124.89 


518,911.17 




KKNTUCKY. 
First (66) 


1 














C Second (66) 












2 


< Second (67\ 








1 




( Second (68) 


2,086,085.51 


1,720,789.87 


1,774,514.97 


1,035,' 474.' 68 


1,122,919.06 


3 


Third (30) 


4 


Fourth (6Q^ 














( Fifth (69) 












5 


< Fifth (70) 


8.626,352.66 


7,076,453.08 


6,946,473.84 


5, 251, 319. 79 


'6,'683,'997.22 




f Fifth (70i) 


6 


Sixth......! '.'.'. 


4,263,344.24 
243, 598. 68 

2,452,179.32 

31,036.11 

867,595.66 


3, 361, 765. 25 


3, 648, 163. 06 


4,141,341.13 


'3,'7i4,*734.fl5 




C Seventh (71 ) 


V 


/ Seventh (72) 


1, 931, 691. 40 


'2,'435,'332."58' 


"i,'295,"634.'i9' 


'i,"675,*7S9.ii 




C Eighth (71) 


8 


< Eitrhth (72) 


751, 775. 84 


942,456.14 


693, 759. 84 


"■985.'296.i8 




<Eicrhth(70i5 :::. 


9 


Ninth (71) 

Total 


i2, 979. 98 






-•••••••••-.•*• 


'^^ 




18, 683, 172. 16 


14,842,475.44 


15, 746, 940. 59 


12,417,529.63 


14,182,^87^ 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



271 



INTKRNAL SeY£NU£ IN BACH COLLECTION DiSTRICl', ETC.— Continaod. 



nSCAL TBAB8 ENDBD JUNE 30— 


Total. 




1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 














• 


$2,441,451.06 

2,204,601.99 

385, 600. 46 

777,422.83 

7.129,373.09 

1,453,340.77 

63.417.77 

10, 219, 199. 20 


/ 
















}10 

11 






































12 














% 


* 












\\% 


$232,361.97 


$446,305.30 


$475,851.15 


$507,921.58 


$527, 306. 58 


$526,320.75 


\ 


31,007,419.79 


34,878,691.13 


38,364,312.88 


36, 795. 338. 24 


34,317,54L64 


30,942,233.86 


687,905.446.21 








- 






• 


7, 932; 538. 78 

1,52.3,601.23 

2, 884, 087. 19 

478, 838. 38 

6,074,727.42 

19,649,334.03 

21, 932, 712. 54 

2, 320, '246. 56 

6, 727, 904. 81 

368, 383. 65 

5, 610, 702. 95 

11, 938. 240. 10 

18. 263, 201. 76 

7, 069, 37L 16 

25,384.045.98 

14, 042, 226. 50 

3,998,065.66 

2, 048, 910. 26 

1, 566, 613. 15 

1,235,065.97 

852,893.00 

677, 711. 42 

848,796.47 












....J......... 






































t 














K 






































\ 




















..... ... 








6 
















2,613,470.28 


2.416,438.80 


2, 804, 255. 19 


2, 527, 481. 85 


2, 744, 439. 98 


2, 451, 744. 64 








3,720,467.19 


3,945,957.04 


3, 715, 282. 25 


2,468,922.59 


\ 7 


3, 174. 766. 06 


3,834,542.20 


\ 












8 














g 














V 




















■ 




















, 




• >•••••*••■ ■•• 












* 








5,788,236.34 


6,25O,98L00 


6, 524, 722. 38 


6,473,438.89 


6,459,722/23 


4, 920, 667. 23 


163,428,203.97 
















4,588,716.12 
3,831.492.68 
1, 896, 066. 71 
8, 198, 244. 79 
5, 997, 702. 01 
3,984.808.76 
1, 670, 394. 23 
1, 221, 543. 57 

332, 556. 78 
2, 108, 564. 91 
6,380,175.52 

828, 679. 33 


1 














V 




















" 








^c 




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






\' 


149, 082. 55 


169,258.33 


161, 487. 57 


176, 353. 76 


180, 259. 36 


175, 815. 11 






















, 






\ ^ 


243,494.35 


262,756.54 


272, 754. 94 


301, 654. 64 


362,101.69 


312,473.02 


• 

5 














6 
















392,576.90 


432,014.87 


434,212.51 


478,008.40 


551, 361. 05 


488, 288. 13 


40,988,945.41 
















2,965,523.82 

2, 937, 744. 30 

1,576,934.49 

30,884,399.70 

8, 667, 291. 27 

9, 118, 089. 41 

22,029,515.14 

79,291,544.43 

44, 862, 026. 85 

79, 889, 774. 77 

21,435.740.65 

24,871,575.25 

3.005,160 25 

5, 868, 646. 98 

10,951,058.27 

2, 695. 912. 96 


1 














^ 














\ « 




1,500,27L81 


1, 664, 283. 82 


3, 363, 725. 58 


4,624,500.93 


4,399,947.04 


5 

3 




•"*•"■"•••"•• 










4 














1 




5,076,076.46 
3, 826, 720. 28 
8,350,403.72 










> 5 


8,216,429.68 
2, 776, 283. 80 


10, 230, 533. 08 
3,129,617.08 


11,826,815.54 
3,493,771.77 


10, 762. 528. 27 
2, 897, 069. 38 


S 




6 


2,019,00L86 


1,961,908.72 


1,938,785.78 


2, 738, 842. 30 


3,488,405.63 


2,934,054.06 




508,020.55 
835,640.56 










> « 


1,262,925.46 


2, 351, 133. 57 


3,186,326.40 


3, 315, 082. 19 


5 




9 
















16,910,814.76 


17,059,042.10 


15,858,707.54 21, 813, 851. 61 


26,618,820.36 


24,308,630.94 


350,550,938.64 





272 



ANNUAL REPOET OF THE 



D. — Comparative Table showing the^ Aggregate Receipts of 



2 
3 

4 



2 

3 
4 
5 



2 



4 
5 



1 
2 



4 
5 

6 

7 

8 


LO 



2^ 
3 



5 
6 



DISTRICTS. 



LOUISIANA. 



C First (7:i) .. 
^ First (74) .. 

Second (73) . 

Third (73).. 

Fourth (75) 



Total 

MAINS. 



(First (50) .. 
^ First (76) .. 
( First (77) . . 
C Second (5) . 
\ Second (78) 

Third (5)... 
5 Fourth (5) . 
) Fourth (79) 

Fifth (6) ... 



Total 

MABTLAND. 



< First (80) . . 
i First (81). .. 

Second (BQ) . 
(Third (5)... 

Third (82).. 
' Third (51).. 

Third (83).. 

Fourth (39) 

Fifth (5) ... 

Sixth (84) . . 



Total 

MASSACHUSETTS. 



C First (85).... 

{ First v86).... 

Second (85).. 

i Third (85) . . . 
Third (8C»... 
Third (87;... 
Third (88)... 
Third (89;... 
Fourth (85) . 
C Fifth (85) ... 
\ Fifth (90) . . . 
Sixth (85)... 
Seventh (85) 
C Eighth (85).. 
{Eighth (91).. 
Ninth (85)... 
(Tenth (85)... 
^ Tenth (91).. - 
(Tenth (92)... 



Total 

MICHIGAN. 



( First (1).... 
< First (93)... 
(First (72)... 

Second (94). 
(Third (94).. 
{Third (95).. 
C Fourth (71) 
\ Fourth (72) 

Fifth (1).... 

Sixth (71).. 



Total 



FISCAL YEARS ENDED JUNE 30— 



1863. 



$154, 341. 17 



154, 341. 17 



209,883.54 
'ii3,'746'8i" 



81,442.21 
69, 498. 84 



40, 070. 98 



514, 636. 38 



31, 673. 59 



176, 159. 31 
666, 866. 19 



86, 238. 93 
468. 36 



961, 406. 38 



297, 827. 74 



447, 521. 04 
974, 879. 28 



380, 037. 92 
413, 436. 44 



510, 654. 08 
386, 048. 91 
591,260.45 



275,060.99 
553, 774. 01 



4, 830, 500. 86 



150, 676. 74 



59,896.50 
44, 529. 48 



31, 513. 00 



4, 902. 38 
52,900.87 



344, 418. 97 



1864. 



12,274,542.70 



2, 274, 542. 70 



645, 390. 31 



281,232.03 



160,427.05 
127,900 96 



79, 143. 62 



1, 294, 093. 97 



95, 182. 00 



488, 999. 26 
1, 851, 504. 94 



267, 926. 77 
307,209.96 



3,010,822.93 



1865. 



$1,714,502.46 



1, 714, 502. 46 



1,238,522.99 



656,611.01 



312, 375. 96 
207, 092. 35 



204, 220. 92 



2, 618, 823. 23 



237, 198. 63 



826, 825. 84 
3, 399, 810. 64 



465, 278. 97 
493, 649. 85 



5, 422, 763. 93 



668, 462. 66 



959, 368. 89 
2, 587, 324. 35 



1,749,546.84 
979, 427. 79 



1, 572. 956. 90 

920, 510. 86 

1, 224, 750. 33 



617, 477. 62 
893, 395..98 



1,447,742.30 



2, 057, 293. 45 
5, 967, 667. 70 



1866. 



$5, 501, 783. 24 



320, 862. 47 
375, 167. 66 



6, 197, 813. 37 



1, 296, 933. 12 



665, 673. 32 



397. 031. 01 
263, 848. 13 



199, 377. 12 



2, 822, 862. 70 



256,709.96 



1, 158, 287. 22 
5, 325, 005. 41 



451,191.66 
567, 477. 92 



7,758,672.17 



1,960,261.56 



2,915,192.46 
7,589.362.73 



2, 450, 919. 19 
2,013,362.00 



2, 835, 503. 07 
2, 474, 913. 68 
2, 560, 618. 25 



1, 387, 530. 37 
2, 054, 812. 29 



12, 173, 222. 22 25, 250. 362. 30 



690,368.40 



197, 127. 73 
110,381.59 



64, 856. 59 



47, 111. 11 
91, 246. 29 



3,574,723.00 
2,874,531.83 



4, 133, 613. 64 
3, 712, 178. 52 
3, 750, 122. 15 



1,790,412,86 
2, 688, 809. 58 



1867. 



$3,710,106.61 



1,347,918.14 
1,168,763.11 



6,226,787.86 



1,027,197.87 



565,197.37 



333,297.95 
234,152.39 



166,534.42 



2,326,380.00 



142,652.99 



1,165,710.96 
4, 117.13a 87 



274,670.09 
462,004.94 



6,162,177.85 



1,439,959.37 



2,254.214.03 
6,048,528.63 



3,725,69».52 
2,071.305.91 



3, 112. 7». 69 
2,645,400.46 
2,948.323.17 



1.606,266.54 
2,235,659.28 



1, 550, 541. 09 



214, 384. 00 
270,864.89 



136, 697. 63 



178, 613. 46 
251, 436. 72 



1,201,086.71 I 2,602,437.79 



34, 989, 208. 33 i28. 088, 077. 60 



2,013,559.92 



319, 716. 64 
331,823.59 



216, 088. 29 



100,880.23 
408, 763. 27 



3, 480, 831. 94 



1,896,527.30 



"229,166.55 
324,850.24 



'190,862.18 



"153,545.05 
317,319.15 



3,112,070.47 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



273 



Internal Revenuk in each Collection District, etc.— Continued. 







FISCAT. YEARS ENDED JUNE 30— 








1868. 


1869. 


1870. 


1871. 


1872. 


1873. 




42,914,854.79 


$1,735,638.89 


$2,750,068.50 


$1,733,746.44 


$1, 523, 702. 01 


$1, 261, 368. 61 


2 
3 
4 


510,885.35 
400,675.63 


69,643.38 
96,833.61 


154, 823. 83 
76, 631. 69 


100,834.42 
78, 174. 39 


63, 906. 54 
50, 173. 71 


42. 947. 66 
35, 291. 03 
















3,826,415.67 


1, 902, 115. 88 


2.981,524.02 


1,912,755.25 


1,-627, 782. 26 


1, 339, 607. 30 




771,817.36 


285, 065. 81 


• 

409, 050. 60 


210, 176. 20 


168, 552. 86 


124, 363. 19 


\i 














s 


404, 072. 50 


119,172.78 


101, 384. 15 


55, 976. 57 


39, 083. 87 


27,868.53 


I' 


211,603.38 
130,884.56 


120, 236. 40 
82,484.77 


123, 470. 67 
96, 978. 97 


56, 699. 26 
56, 232. 22 


33, 379. 52 
36, 663. 80 

• 


19, 108. 03 
25, 864. 49 


3 


75,702.54 


62, 046. 64 


76,339.97 


33, 012. 24 


24, 443. 00 


17, 492. 02 


5 


1,594,080.34 


669,906.40 


807, 224. 36 


412, 096. 48 


302, 123. 05 


214, 696. 26 




i 

t 131, 607. 36 


104,097.28 


98, 943. 73 


98, 254. 57 


28, 304. 67 

351, 979. 16 

212, 558. 95 

2, 528, 555. 19 








740,755.74 
""i,'576,*8i9.*2i' 


2 

J 


633, 842. 67 


528, 468. 01 
3,420,205.02 


578, 837. 11 
4, 029, 144. 17 


287, 454. 02 
2, 717, 607. 00 


























I 3 


"'276,'277."68" 
! 346,840.49 


188, 147. 38 
306,675.07 


252, 606. 16 
478,941,74 


168, 686. 44 
431, 852. 77 


97, 635. 70 
672, 335. 94 


92, 965. 49 
249, 261. 39 


4 
5 


. _ 












ft 


4, 281, 053. 25 


4, 547, 592. 76 


5, 438, 472. 91 


3, 703, 854. 80 


3, 791, 269. 61 


2, 653, 801. 83 




998,442.91 


365, 706. 18 


419, 702. 61 


490, 712. 74 


161, 728. 89 


132,328.98 


n 


5,095,511.86 


467, 953. 34 
3,198,190.73 


458, 919. 22 
4, 149, 390. 39 


127, 148. 39 
2, 547, 123. 63 


224, 242. 17 
2, 320, 688. 88 


51,984.18 
1,488,143.26 


> 


























- 3 


i •*•-•-••••-••• 














1,071^755.77 


1, 966, 398. 99 
593, 707. 97 


2,031,140.45 
652, 729. 13 


1, 264, 75V. 41 
466, 531. 27 


1, 477, 469. 33 
395, 971. 62 


552,823.86 
319, 630. 49 


^ 4 

!: 

7 
9 


1,073,565.93 
1 1,982,463.55 
1 1,530,423.28 


848. 248. 03 
601, 037. 63 
509, 020. 06 


930, 927. 99 
593, 228. 42 
471, 928. 58 


614. 680. 84 
283, 906. 10 
222, 285. 70 


727," 880." 2i' 

250,964.19 
220,308.61 


631. 677. 91 
89, 167. 25 
55, 300. 99 


I 928,092.58 
! 1,615,176.92 


295, 955. 39 
426,217.09 


312,124.48 
663,998,92 


160, 769. 56 
623, 159. 04 


120, 217. 12 
429,589.65 


62. 882. 94 
377, 065. 10 


^ 












Uo 


1 •••••••••• 












s . 


17.751,222.67 


9,272,435.41 


10,684,090.19 


6,801,074.68 


6, 329, 060. 67 


3,761,004.95 


J • 


1,655,816.30 


1,588,146.49 


2.015,966.88 


1,975,597.95 


1,913,632.97 


1, 673, 968. 46 


^ 


^. 












( 1 


291,098.82 
255, 167. 47 


195, 060. 36 
227, 276. 62 


174, 377. 31 
218, 703. 88 


126, 252. 53 
121,679.83 


53, 966. 19 
114, 092. 60 


57,741.26 
103,442.62 


r 

2 

5 
6 


,-- 


180, 738. 11 


166, 505. 69 


116,810.48 


114, 785. 34 


94, 569. 34 


I 112,936.58 
1 245,619.86 


105, 254. 63 
346, 038. 01 


96, 746. 57 
246, 686. 97 


71, 956. 70 
227,372.79 


44, 792. 13 
158, 703. 12 


48, 489. 90 
227, 509. 14 


\ 2,757,816.33 


2, 642, 514. 12 


2,918,987.30 


2, 639, 670. 28 


2,399,972.35 




2, 205, 720. 72 



H. Ex. 4- 



■18 



274 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — COMPARATIVK TaBLB SHOWING THU -AGGRBGATB RECEIPTS OP 



2 
3 

4 



2 
3 
4 
6 



1 
2 

3 

4 
5 
6 



1 

2 



4 
5 

6 

7 

8 
9 

10 



2 
3 



5 
6 



DISTRICTS. 



LOUISIANA. 



C First (73) .. 
I Yfnt (74) . - 

Second (73) . 

Third (73) . 

Fourth (75) 



Total 



MAINE. 



(First (50).. 
< First (76) . . 
(First (77).. 
C Second (5) . 
) Second (78) 

Third (5)-. 
C Fourth (5) . 
) Fourth (79) 

Fifth (5)... 



Total 



MABYLAND. 



C First (80j.. 
\ First (81) . . 

Second (80) 
f Third (5)... 

Third (82).. 
' Thii-d(51).. 

Third (83).. 

Fourth (39) 

Fifth(5)... 

Sixth (84).. 



Total 

MASSACHUSETTS. 



C First (85)... 
{First (86) ... 

Second (85) . 
r Third (85).. 
I Third (86) .. 
^ Third (87).. 

Third (88).. 
[Third (89) .. 

Fourth (85) . 
C Fifth (85) . . . 
{Fifth (90)... 

Sixth (8:))... 

Seventh (85) 
C Eighth (85) . 
) Eighth (91) . 

Ninth (85)... 
( Tenth (85) . . 
M'enth(91).. 
(Tenth (92) .. 



Total 



MICHIGAN. 



(First (1)... 

< First (93).. 

(First (72).. 
Second (94) 
Third (94). 
Third (95) . 
Fourth (71) 
Fourth (72) 
Fifth (1) ... 
Sixth (71).. 



Total.. 



FISCAL YBABS ENDED JUNE 30— 



1874, 



$886,504.25 



50,094.06 
45,776.37 



982, 464. 68 



65,908.59 



20, 341. 71 



12, 367. 78 
14,044.04 



15, 427. 33 



128, 089. 45 



1875, 



$592,211.69 



34, 216. 96 
19, 835. 77 



600, 264. 38 



49, 362. 77 



20,138.33 



16, 434. 89 
12,528.38 



13, 018. 78 



1876. 



$473,395.28 



36,167.75 
20, 264. 65 



529, 787. 68 



41, 930. 76 



8,034.34 
16, 373. 29 

4, 649. 38 

4, 768. 03 
10, 777. 34 

4, 522. 83 



107,478.15 



748, 169. 57 
'i,*398,'788.*98 



76, 327. 83 
127, 820. 95 



2, 351, 107. 33 



35, 028. 80 



22,332.88 
1, 104, 074. 57 



855, 482. 77 
312,272.40 



545, 558. 62 
45, .392. 80 
54, 258. 51 



33, 052. 86 
284, 849. 00 



2, 792, 302. 71 



1,215,696.78 



52, 055. 65 
241,830.96 



90, 644. 87 



41, 586. 53 
146, 265. 33 



1, 788, 080. 1^ 



909, 543. 05 

*464. 56 

1, 582, 313. 14 



103, 135. 61 
165,280.21 



2,760,736.57 



17,481.16 

35, 253. 72 

10, 223. 08 

801,983.62 

373, 711. 15 



230, 746. 14 

213, 657. 22 

240,591.86 

378, 302. 03 

20, 034. 84 

25,518.98 

31, 508. 05 

11, 621. 63 

219, 953. 41 

97,427.40 



2, 708, 014. 20 



1, 380, 972. 88 



55, 764. 37 
221, 931. 11 



97, 651. 76 



35, 844. 11 
139, 120. 57 



1, 931, 284. 80 



90, &55. 97 



580, 189. 57 



872,570.74 
988, 529. 32 



98, 125. 93 
38, 163. 56 



2, 577, 579. 12 



56,848.41 



1,293,276.40 



1,026,867.98 



56, 561. 11 



318,661.97 



2, 752, 215. 87 



1,476,197.40 



68, 625. 88 
246, 199. 01 



108,977.00 



37, 867. 13 
128, 346. 39 



2,066,163.80 



1877. 



$405,038.37 
74,978.98 
40,368.07 
19,154.83 



626,440.25 



8,388.43 
44,939.25 



6, 083. 66 



20,209.55 



79,620,89 



137,573.22 



468.750.58 
1,992,760.48 



106,161.82 



f 



2,705,246.10 



5,274.81 



273, 685. ir 
1,070,507.42 



977,563.80 



15,980.91 



142,108.55 
174,605.90 



2,668,726.56 



455,909 63 



12, 854. g 
62,143.20 

95,223.32 



"19 376.M 
116, 818. W 



1,821,882.00 



—m-^XW^ 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



INTERNAJL REVENUE IN BA.CU COLLECTION DISTRICT, ETC.— Continued. 



FISCAL YEARS ENDBD JUNE 30— 




1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 
















} 


1850,641.46 


$588, 595. 99 


$712,049.05 


$760, 618. 92 


. $918,899.19 


$738,666.46 












































850,641.46 


588,595.99 


712,049.65 


760, 618. 92 


918,899.19 


738,666.46 












s 




\ 














70,695.78 


75, 531. 22 


76, 767. 87 


82,457.05 


85,259.83 


72,893.82 
















t 










1 
1 _ 


■ 










I 








































i 70,696.78 


75, 531. 22 


76,767.87 


82, 457. 05 


85,259.83 j 72,893.32 
















} 












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










j---- 








i i 


N 








.;■.; ; ".' i 




2, 210, 127. 29 


2,163,034.34 


2, 263, 283. 80 


2,334,864.22 2,662,009.47 


3, 289, 962. 73 


> 


110,667.95 


103,637.81 


130, 673. 21 


148, 599. 19 


160,228.81 


139, 190. 01 




... 














_ 






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






! 2, 320, 795. 24 


2, 266, 672. 16 


2,393,957.01 


2,483,463.41 ! 2,822,238.28 


3,429,152.74 




1^ 

1 












1 


J ••••......•... 








.....••.. .^ • • . • . 




\ 












t 












' 


1 ^••............ 














1 1,249, 066.' 42 


1,190,589.39 


1,398,983.00 


1, 454, 686. 28 


1,601,844.13 


1, 508, 116. 79 
,.x. .......... 


* 


1 • ••• 
























1 












! 




903, 183. 77 


850,147.57 1 857,447.12 


933,919.13 


861, 060. 58 






i 








v.. ::::::: 












! 
\ 


t.;: • 












* • • • 












w 












«•••••..••••... 












311, 356. 64 


341,895.50 


386,521.93 


387,597.80 


401, 595. 81 


""384, 484*60' 


2,424,363.77 
^ 


2,435,668.66 


2, 635, 653. 10 


2, 699, 681. 20 


2,937,359.07 


2, 753, 661. 97 




1 












\ 


\, 181, 405. 38 


1,219,698.67 


1,099,764.17 


1,223,504.44 


1,362,945.87 


1,251,409.52 


i :;.:.. 


























I 


095,383.22 


190,913.58 
111, 128. 68 


226, 719. 39 
131, 769. 28 


249, 175. 12 
137, 251. 82 


273, 718. 46 
164,576.96 


244,970.27 
169,912.55 














17,102.01 


132,302.41 


163, 505. 15 


177,343.89 


201, 949. 76 


216, 159. 35 




te,803.34 

* 


1.654,043.34 


1,611,757.99 1,787,275.27 


2, 003, 191. 05 


1,882,451.69 





3 
8 

4 



2 
3 
4 
5 



1 
2 



4 
5 
6 



1 
2 



4 
5 

6 

7 

8 
9 

10 



3 

4 

5 
6 



276 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — ^Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Receipts otit 



2 
8 
4 



2 
3 
4 

6 



1 
2 

3 

4 

ft 
6 



1 
2 

3 

4 
5 

6 

7 

8 


10 



2 
3 



6 
6 



DISTRICTS. 



LOUISIANA. 



^ First (73).. . 
{First (74)... 

Second (73). 

Third (73).. 

Fourth (75). 



Total. 



MAINS. 



( First (60).. . 
< First (76).., 
( First (77)... 
( Second (5) . . 

> Second (78). 
Third (6).. 

C Fourth (5).. 

> Fourth (79), 
Fifth (6).... 



Total. 



MABYLAND. 



C First '80)... 
{First (81)... 

hiot'ond (80) 
r Third (5)... 

Third (83).. 

Third (61).. 
[Third (88).. 

Fourth (39), 

Firth (6) ... 

Sixth (84) .. 



Total. 



MAB8A0HU8BTTS. 



C First (85) 

{ First (8<J) 

Second (85)... 
f Third (85).... 

Third (8fl)..., 

Third (87).... 

Third (88)..*. 
I Third (89).... 

Fourth (86) . 
C Fifth (85) .... 
\ Fifth (90) .... 

Sixth (85) .... 

Seventh (85). 
C Eighth (85).., 
{KiH;hth(91).., 

Ninth (85).... 
(Tenth (85).... 
M>nth(91) ... 
(Tenth (92) ... 



Total. 



MICHIGAN. 



( First (1)... . 
< First (93)... 
(First (72)... 

Second (94). 
(Third (94).. 
{Third (95).. 
C Fourth (71) 
) Fourth (72) . 

Fifth (1) ... 

Sixth (71) .. 



Total. 



FISCAL TEAB8 ENDED JUNE 30— 



1884. 



$560, 184. 89 



560. 184. 89 



56, 599. 19 



56, 590. 19 



212, 697. 56 

2, 924, 105. 72 

9, 687. 87 



3. 146, 491. 15 



118,393.43 
1,918,679.78 



65, 722. 22 



293,794.62 



2, 396, 590. 05 



86, 524. 53 
1, 120, 987. 45 



14, 860. 90 

15, 196. 00 

165, 097. 95 



16, 724. 14 



1, 419, 380. 97 



1885. 



$538, 814. 89 



538, 814. 89 



53, 950. 16 



53, 950. 16 



2,774,384.20 



2, 774, 384. 20 



1,970,723.02 



316, 730. 94 



2, 287, 453. 96 



1,356,464.20 



171, 690. 96 



1, 528, 155. 16 



1886. 



$552, 115. 30 



552, 115. 30 



57, 800. 79 



57, 800. 79 



2,462,092.46 



2,462,092.46 



1,958,676.15 



1887. 



$513, 748. 98 



543,748.98 



50, 286. 45 



50, 286. 45 



2, 875, 597. 06 



2, 875, 597. 06 



2,113,980.22 



334, 102. 68 



2, 292, 678. 83 



1,479,883.10 



192, 111. 35 



1,671,994.45 



357, 150. 78 



2, 471, 131. 00 



1, 590, 882. 20 



211,025.17 



1,801,907.37 



1888. 



$603,915.1: 



603, 915. 1 



3,389,377.11 



3, 389, 377. IJ 



2, 580, 071. 7J 



2,580,071.78 



i,566,807.7» 



'207,511.22 



1,774 31M1. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



277 



Intbrnal Revenue in each Collection District, etc. — Continued. 



FISCAL YKARR ENDED JUNE 30— 


Total. 




1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


\ 














$27,682,754.97 
6, 839, 314. 71 
2,762,668.63 
2, 382, 742. 35 
4,901,718.31 


]^ 








...•••«••..•.. 












' 






2 














8 


$632,009.26 


$609, 345. 86 


$644, 809. 35 


$734, 832. 29 


$758, 15H. 78 


$828,647.66 


4 


632,009.26 


699, 345. 86 


644, 809. 35 


734, 832. 29 


758, 158. 78 


828,647.66 


44, 569, 198. 97 














■ 


6,549,034.40 

44, 939. 25 

682, 241. 66 

3,078,527.32 
22, 456. 95 

1, 882, 523. 48 

1, 362, 941. 93 
30; 986. 89 

1, Oil, 352. 41 


> 














5 1 














s 














}' 


























3 














1* 


























6 


























14, 665, 004. 29 






' 1 1 




















1,224.624.78 
3,168.210.31 
6, 057, 607. 91 

36,372,814.55 
1,457,279.90 

17, 128, 739. 89 

11, 036, 179. 44 
3,807,961.31 
4,547,983.15 

24,504,014.84 


}i 


























2 














• 














n 














1 
























• 




4 














5 


3.986,928.18 


3, 312, 718. 73 


3, 056, 528. 82 


3, 288, 873. 77 


3, 627, 345. 56 


3, 842, 242. 59 


6 


3,986,928.18 


3, 312, 718. 73 


3, 056, 528. 82 


3, 288, 873. 77 


3, 627, 345. 56 


3, 842, 242. 59 


109, 605, 416. 08 
















8, 435, 385. 40 

97,376.94 

11. 057, 987. 58 

43,872,869.63 

1,940,672.72 

9, 601, 137. 46 

7,961,959.17 
17, 105, 651. 39 
21, 553, 931. 83 
12, 378, 319. 84 

7, 580, 444. 74 

18, 516, 298. 94 

14,005,247.21 

14, 164, 119. 06 

104,050.07 

7, 601, 464. 94 

13, 066, 460. 27 

558, 197. 92 

3, 689, 837. 20 


u 


























' 2 














* 


























h ^ 


















2,307,125.97 


2, 314, 575. 93 


2, 462, 209. 61 


2,503,928.48 


2,453,203.36 


4 














]' 


























^ 6 














7 














l» 














**"••■••••"• 












9 














•1 














SlO 














) 
















2^,536.26 


2. 307, 125. 97 


2,314,575.93 


2, 462, 209. 61 


2, 563, 928. 48 


2, 453, 203. 36 


213,291,412.31 












• 




22, 053, 608. 84 
7, 881, 162. 11 

19, 050, 364. 37 
2, 108, 088. 21 
2, 894, 907. 09 
1,599,312.40 
2, 731, 461. 32 
2,143,061.21 
1,189,892.79 
4,129,323. 19 


■J 


1 












I 1 


:i."52,'64i."i5* 


1,979,729.16 


2.009,485.18 


2, 093, 231. 18 


2, 151, 799. 58 


1,949,053.39 


i 
2 














5 












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
















212, 561. 36 


208, 806. 42 


190, 678. 26 


194, 628. 19 


178,593.89 














6 



















2, 192, 290. 51 


2, 218, 291. 60 


2, 283, 909. 44 


2, 346, 427. 77 


2, 127, 647. 28 


65,785.181.53 





'278 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



D. — COMPARATIVB TABLE SHOWING THE AGOREGATE RECEIPTS 



1 
2 



2 
3 



2 
8 

4 

5 
6 



2 
3 
4 



2 
3 
4 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 



DISTRICTS. 



MINNESOTA. 



First (71).. 
^Second (71). 
I Second (96) 



Total 

MISSISSIPPI. 



(First (97)... 
< First (98)... 
(First (99).., 
(Second (97), 
I Second (98). 
Third (97).. 



Total 

MISSOUBI. 



(First (39) 

< First (100).... 

< First (101).... 
Second (39)... 
Third (94).... 

5 Fourth (S4)... 
} Fourth (102>.. 
Fifth (a) (71). 
C Sixth (71) .... 
1 Sixth (103) ... 



Total 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



C First (109)... 
{First (110)... 

Second (109). 

Third (109).. 

Fourth (111) 



Total 

NEW JEBSBY. 



C First (112)... 
{First (113)... 

Second (112). 

Third (35)... 

Fourth (5)... 

(Fifth (5) 

< Fifth (114)... 
(Fifth (116)... 



Total 

NEW TOBK. 



C First (117) 

{ First ill8) 

(Second (117).., 
< Second (119)... 
(Second (120)... 
(Third (117).... 
^ Third (121)... 
(Third (120)... 
( Fourth (117).. 
{Fourth (122).. 

Fifth (117) 

Sixth (117) .... 

Seventh (117). 

Eighth (123)... 

Ninth (123).... 

Tenth (5) , 

C Eleventh (5) .. 
) Eleventh (124) 



FISCAL TBABS ENDED JUNE 30— 



1S68. 



$21,997.04 
37, 563. 33 



59, 561. 27 



1864. 



$33, 703. 85 
53,996.67 



1866. 



$88,438.66 
168, 286. 22 



87, 700. 52 



912, 216. 50 



29, 641. 69 
242,467.71 



2, 511, 846. 87 



124, 699. 55 
670, 904. 15 



1,184,325.90 i 3,307,450.57 



155, 918. 09 



223. 007. 17 
104, 766. 83 



364,036.54 



517, 618. 60 
192, 612. 14 



483,692.09 | 1,074,267.28 



94, 555. 94 



131, 345. 07 
171, 637. 12 
148, 107. 66 
681, 798. 31 



242,'785. 19 



, 302,729.91 
701, 759. 31 
358, 626. 48 

1,510,457.27 



1, 227, 444. 10 



129, 577. 34 
'484,'936!42 



474, 705. 87 
1,160,692" 99 



326, 100. 10 
466, 422. 41 
315, 515. 43 
648, 538. 14 
249, 385. 95 
163, 683. 16 
146, 162. 89 



3, 116, 358. 16 



651, 552. 47 
1,346,914! 61 



2,006,217.25 
3,685,128.13 



693, 651. 96 

1, 550, 725. 43 
518, 454. 92 

2, 203, 436. U 
580, 449. 70 
584, 042. 04 
323, 686. 22 



256,724.78 



4,290,395.95 



254, 140. 32 
751, 782. 14 
183,985.19 



1866. 



$119,585.30 
262,325.77 



381, 911. 07 



116, 626. 84 



538,677.26 



125, 956. 93 



781,261.03 



6,068,292.52 



208, 668. 85 
400, 233. 81 
286, 812. 53 



130, 630. 74 
396, 269. 78 



6, 480, 303. 60 7, 489, 908. 23 



718,286.70 



1,431,834.58 
394, 660. 44 



1, 094, 640. 83 



1,878,220.14 
507,587.77 



2,544,781.72 3,480,348.74 



1867. 



$154,379. 
297, 724. 



452,104.42 



853,240.76 



2,046,222.4^ 
1,' 683,719. 6^ 



4, 583, 182. 77^ 



4,784,413.3Sr 



125, 381. 1$^ 
549,769.98- 
454,954.67^ 



128,799.18 
450,777.25 



6,494,095.53 



938, 976. 93 



1,643,956.71 
399,213.56 



2,882,147.20 



626, 288. 54 



822,915.63 

990, 509. 31 

947, 866. 36 

4,201,730.48 



773, 408. 30 



829, 607. 66 
1, 294, 315. 61 
1,510,457.54 
6, 784, 177. 81 



7, 589, 310. 32 



1,271,852.46 



2, 115, 298. 86 



3,124,929.82 



6, 279, 699. 60 



1, 575, 625. 20 
3, 180, 605. 90 
1, 279, 297. 67 
5, 113, 031. 14 
1, 486, 443. 31 
l,34h,416.66 
777, 390. 56 



10, 191, 966. 82 



1, 567, 312. 79 



3, 084, 574. 53 



4,613,454.39 



9,169,375.47 



2, 057, 071. 97 
4, 795, 244. 74 
1, 834, 889. 63 
7, 886, 484. 09 
1,942,777.46 
1, 717, 845. 97 
953, 283. 17 



649,897.26 



797,139.52 
1,331,421.95 

990,119.41 
4,221,684.48 



7,890,262.61 



1,273,134.43 



2,659,707.0* 



3,305,285.56 



5,918,297.34 



1,656.880.^ 

4,183,863.^ 
1.535,954.23 

7,149,716.^5, 
1,971,424.15 

813,694-^1 



COMMISSIONER OF UTTEKNAL KEYENUE. 



279 



JsTHKEfAi. Retvenue IN EACH CoLLECTia>f DISTRICT, ETC. — Continued. 





FISCAL TBAB^ EKlWly JITNIC 30— 




1868. 


1869. 


1870. 


1871. 


1872. 


1873. 






$112,102.89 
256,287.83 


$122,816.27 
240,521.63 


$145,641.44 
322,237,71 


$89,669.41 
162,716.57 


$09,923.80* 
179,055.63 


$69, 351. 50 
162,053.44 


1 
















368,890.72 


363,337.80 


467,879.15 


252, 582. 98 


248,979.43 1 231,404.94 






676,107.12 


67,321.70 


96, 216. 68 


56, 804. 33 


16,499.01 


32, 102. 34 


]l 












1 


s 




2, 008, 250. 08 


ss'mii" 


120,384.40 


129,938.54 


64,306.84 49,865.07 


U 


< 


1,167,515.28 


48, 077. 33 


68,191.41 


51, 514. 56 


52,869.59 46,111.90 


3 




3,751,872.48 


194, 129. 47 


284, 792. 49 


238, 257. 43 


133,675.44! 128,079.31 






3,499,997.95 


3, 931, 156. 29 


4,590,339.97 


• 

3,780,558.96 


3,683,479.33 


• 

3, 323, 796. 53 


Xx 















s 




133,880.95 
387,776.46 
363,761.91 


77. 907. 21 
312, 892. 22 
280,512.50 


i28,"i23'38' 

278, 351. 07 
234,587.28 


84, 811. 99 
272, 094. 91 
247,031.66 


81,712.88 
159, 735. 59 
224,419.81 


100,750.96 
119, 562. 51 
208,442.06 


2 
3 

I" 




151. 791. 27 
376,152.48 


183, 289. 28 
610, 047. 03 


155,322.05 
617, 554. 36 


206, 565. 75 
504,012.63 


146, 388. 22 
322, 482. 68 


112. 209. .33 
394,559.76 


















4,913,361.02 


6,296,804.53 


6, 004, 278. 11 


5,095,075.89 


4,618,218.51 


4,259,320.15 






596, 859. 67 


232,480w47 


223,750.85 


160,-358. 80 


175,337.76 


200,387.70 


2 
3 
4 




. 205,237.76 


316,744.99 
102,122.56 


304,a53.63 
104,602.90 


185,420.95 
61,147.22 


99, 181. 75 
29, 716. 46 


104,918.85 
20,148.81 




- 
















1,941,493.45 


651, 348. 02 


632,407.38 


396,926.97 


304, 235. 96 


325,455.36 






341,048.46 


344,489.36 


201,207.12 


136,787.10 


114,690.67 


139, 553. 31 


2 
3 
4 




492,753.92 

886.081.19 

632,253.16 

3,343,063.49 


411,037.05 

581,925.49 

536, 019. 90 

1,918,889.81 


460, 752. 72 

750. 817. 28 

609, 700. 62 

2, 152, 882. 11 


401,652.91 

443, 773. 44 

302, 565. 46 

1, 173, 821. 35 


191,543.24 

«61,833.84 

292,629.05 

1,330,937.01 


273, 948. 36 

526,359.72 

341, 587. 24 

1.285,993.74 
















J 




















5,695,200.22 


3, 792, 361. 61 


4, 075, 359. 85 


2,468,600.26 


2,491,433.81 


2,567,442.37 






• 

891,482.82 


681, 369. 99 


576,877.68 


489,528.51 
1,644,655.56 
1,601,283.15 
1, 135, 829. 91 










4,463,363.05 


' '4,029,468.5$ 




2,695,527.63 


2,378,656.80 


2,700,283.28 




3,084,597.69 


2,433,782.46 


I 2 










S 




2,622,661.23 


1,908,556.50 


2, 160, 008. 07 


695,974.34 
580, 661. 84 






^ 




2,084,547.32 


1,961,196.36 


I 3 






• 




> 




4, 063, 773. 63 


3,287,224.06 


3,698,119.65 


1, 891. 215. 64 










1 








1,079,463.42 

1,181,146.07 

4,074.416.26 

1, 737, 724. 64 

931,625.38 

302, 717. 79 


803. 044. 26 
1, 814, 038. 69 
1, 290, 258. 54 
4, 336, 059. 06 
1, 678, 841. 75 

686, 193. 25 

803. 140. 27 


950, 705. 04 

1,832,584.74 

1,362,408.71 

, 3, 462, 624. 00 

1, 759, 617. 19 

857, 935. 16 

238,071.62 


644,866.54 
1,073,427.36 

800, 528. 25 
3,648,437.70 
1,618,556.21 

771, 611. 35 

205,725.64 












6 








7 




2, 207, 632. 27 

1, 353, 618. 79 

458, 995. 05 

136, 768. 02 


802, 156. 96 

1, 007, 992. 39 

529,219.27 

166,637.68 


8 

9 

10 

1" 



280 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — Comparative Tablb showj^tg the Aggregate Rkceipi 



1 

2 



2 
3 



2 
3 

4 

5 

6 



2 
3 

4 



2 
3 
4 



1 
2 

3 



5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

11 



DISTRICTS. 



MINNESOTA. 



Fir«t(71).. 
C Second (71) 
I Second (96) 



Total 



MISSISSIPPI. 



S First (97) . , 
First (98) . . 
First (99).. 
C Second (97) 
\ Second (98) 
Third (97).. 



Total 



MISSOUBI. 



(First (39).... 
< First (100) ... 
(First (101).., 

Second (39) . . 

Third (94) . . . 
C Fourth (94) .. 
\ Fourth (102) . 

Fifth (a) (71). 
5 Sixth (71) . . . 
i Sixth (103)-.. 



Total 



NEW HAMPSHIBB. 



C First (109).. 

i First (110).. 
Second (109) 
Third (109).. 
Fourth (111) 

Total... 



NEW JEBSEY. 



C First (112).. 

\ First (113) . . 
Second (112) 
Third (35) . . 
Fourth (5) . . 

(Fifth (5).... 

< Fifth (114).. 

(Fifth (115).. 



Total 



NEW YORK. 



C First (117).... 
{First (118) .... 
(Second (117) .. 

< Second (119) .. 
(Second (120) .. 
(Third(ll7).... 

< Third (121).... 
(Third (12,).... 
5 Fourth (117).. 
{Fourth (122).. 

Fifth (117) .... 

Sixth (117) 

Seventh (117) . 

Eighth (V::\) .. 

Ninth (123) ... 

Tenth (5) 

CEleventli (5) .. 
I Eleventh ^124) 



FISCAL TEABS KNDED JUNE 30— 



1874. 



$75,429.17 
151,926.38 



227,355.55 



17, 166. 47 



62, 397. 50 
'28,055.14 



107, 619. 11 



3, 501, 668. 88 



78, 687. 84 

98, 481. 66 

188,489.30 



116, 103. 57 
342, 054. 80 



4,325,486.05 



171,802.66 



58,272.87 
18, 513. 66 



248,679.19 



117,992.48 



118, 159. 04 

279, 787. 19 

195, 426. 46 

1,014,261.56 



1, 726, 626. 73 



3, 738, 344. 34 



1, 021, 762. 54 



1, 708, 897. 10 



402, 928. 47 



178, 522. 76 

631,157.86 

287, 156. 52 

76, 293. 88 



1875. 



$76,910.11 
151, 452. 34 



228, 362. 45 



6,167.24 
33, 311. 42 



23, 920. 64 
23, 292. 07 
10, 276. 55 



06, 967. 92 



3, 739. 490. 09 



73,852.18 
124,791.;{9 
227, 470. 81 



129, 075. 94 
300, 194. SO 



4, 594, 875. 31 



210, 880. 80 



68, 076. 67 
20, 432. 08 



299, 389. 65 



118,544.77 



201, 307. 14 

346, 775. 19 

223, 940. 17 

1, 472, 002. 14 



2,363,460.41 



*.01 
3, 722, 678. 15 



1, 707, 741. 34 



2,034,570.54 



♦10.50 
1, 292, 629. 36 



*436. 91 

*. 03 

*.1|3 

*. 03 

273,118.98 

131, 060. 17 



1876. 



$87,444.24 
161, 331. 9& 



248,776.18 



47, 162. 34 



468.48 

37, 455. 16 

70.46 



85, 165. 44 



2,216,906.19 



64, 199. 71 
124, 014. 63 
260, 027. 09 



114, 348. 36 
202, 355. 53 



2, 981, 041. 51 



03, 607. 18 

148, 223. 80 

13, 382. 70 

4, 057. 51 



260, 261. 28 



43,661.55 

106, 061. 24 

62, 766. 61 

274, 168. 15 

09, 777. 06 

1, 369, 462. 69 

1, 823, 152. 58 



3,770,040.88 



3, 210, 107. 73 



1,155,451.65 



2, 266, 062. 61 



1,412,011.87 



143, 338. 28 
48, 514. 36 
80, 500. 03 



1877. 



$84,7' 
164,61 



230,44 



45,31 



32, 7( 



78,01 



3,746,51 



53,61 

31, 2' 

49,5' 

244, IJ 

115, 5; 

209, 2i 



4,450,01 



234,0! 



234,01 



275,0 
"336,'i 



4,381,0* 



4, 087, 9< 



3,355,01 



1,262,3J 



2,216,& 
i,*567,'4( 



184,8^ 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 
Intrrxal Revenue in each Collection District, etc. — Continued. 



281 



nSCAL TBAB8 BNDBD JUNE 30— 




1878. 


1879. 


mo. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 




|99, &G9. as 
175,433.72 


$93, 850. 49 
211,858.27 


$107,389.53 
257, 300. 11 


$116,126.82 
329,013.51 


• 

$125,071.40 
403,420.54 


$117, 842. 58 
417,619.38 


1 














275,002.75 


305, 708. 76 


364,689.64 


445,140.33 


528,49L94 


535,46L96 




1 












a 














86,824.03 


87, 271. 68 


91, 233. 50 


96, 122. 19 


04,098.90 


60, 479. 64 


- 






































86,824.03 


87,271.68 


91, 233. 50 


96, 122. 19 


94, 098. 90 


60,479.64 




4.338,756.96 


4,374,813.80 


4, 680, 266. 14 


5, 543, 333. 70 


6, 186, 922. 72 


6, 200, 677. 04 


2 
3 
















57, 035. 72 


61. 635. 57 


66, 451. 05 


65, 405. 90 


60, 286. 65 














5 

1« 


314,274.08 
113,138.12 
250, 008. 21 


280, 062. 17 
105, 566. 04 
209, 328. 45 


332,996.58 
118, 826. 24 
255, 929. 55 


388, 170. 56 
145, 571. 72 
326,822.36 


501,833.39 
153,736.46 
634, 589. 47 


388, 953. 87 
131, 4«2. 2G 
899, 010. VH 














5,071,233.42 


5,026,806.48 


5, 449, 654. 08 


6,470.349.39 


7,542,487.04 


7, 680, 411. 40 




• 












2 


228, 188. 11 


222, 898. 88 


278, 139. 08 


309,720.94 


349, 942. 04 


352, 998. 08 














3 














A 


, 




i 








228, 188. 11 


222, 898. 88 


278, 139. 08 


309, 720. 94 


349,942.04 


352, 998. 08 
















2 


223,590.20 


224, 171. 23 


214, 500. 00 


288,'8i6'32' 


305,040.48 


275,723.41 


358, 587. 75 


320, 093. 82 


266, 338. 62 


326,683.57 


459,' 988.* 40 486,'63i"36' 


3 

4 












\' 


4,513,147.15 


4,125,950.09 


3, 726, 969. 19 


4,258,182.42 


4,686,604.72 


4, 662, 103. 07 















5,095,325.19 


4,670,215.14 


4, 201 807. 81 


4, 873, 676. 31 


5,451,633.60 


5, 424, 457. 78 
















i' 

5 




3,513,417.90 


3,264,352.96 


2,959,673.22 


2,084,084.80 


2, 802, 941. G6 


» ^ 












2, 781, 903. 32 


2,915,918.49 


3. 199, 990. 87 


3,377,659.78 


4, 206, 252. 54 


8,024,441.53 








i 






3.895,193.88 


4,282,837.07 


5,064,296.32 


5,757,541.95 


6, 762, 211. 18 


""'6,'735,'929.'67" 


. _ 








.# — ........... 




« . _ 












• ^ 






1 






a 


. « , 






1 
1 






7 


]--- 












8 


(-- :. 












9 


1 — 




1 






10 


J ::::::: 


1 






1" 


133,502.11 


178,254.82 


1 132, 026. 24 


i 208, 236. 50 


180, 625. 31 


169.700.06 



282 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

D.— COMFABATIVE TABLE SHOWING THE AGGREGATE RECEIPTS OY 



1 
2 



2 
8 



2 
3 

4 

5 

6 



2 
3 
4 



2 

3 
4 



DISTRICTS. 



minnhsota. 



First (71)... 
5 Second (71) 
\ Second (96) 



Total 

MISSISSIPPI. 



\ 



First (97)... 

First (98).., 

First (99)... 
C Second (97). 
) Second (98) 

Third (97) . . 



Total 

HI8SOUBI. 



( First (89) . . 

< First (100) . 

( First (101) . 
Second (39) 
Third (94).. 



C Fourth (94) .. 
I Fourth (102) . 
Fifth (a) (71). 
C Sixth (71) .... 
i Sixth (103)... 



Total 

iraW HAlfPSHIBB. 



C First (109) .. 
{First (110) .. 

Second (109). 

Third (109 .. 

Fourth (111) 



Total 

NEW JBBSET. 



C First (112) .. 
\ First (113) . . 

Second (112). 

Third (35)... 

Fourth (5) .. 
(Fifth (5) .... 
< Fifth (114) .. 
( Filth (115) . . 



1 
2 



5 
6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 



Total 

NEW YOBK. 



C First (117) .... 
{First (118) .... 
(Second (117) .. 

< Second (119) .. 
t Second (120) . . 
(Third (117).... 

< Third (121).... 
(Third (120).... 
C Fourth (117) . . 
\ Fourth (122) . . 

Fifth (117) .... 

Sixth (117).... 

Seventh (117).. 

Eighth (123) .. 

Ninth (123)..-. 

Tenth (5) 

C Eleventh (5) .. 
I Eleventh (124) 



FISCAL TBABS KMDED JI7NB 30— 



1884. 



$8,803.22 

38,493.69 

446; 685. 14 



493,982.05 



50,449.53 



1885. 



$192, 704. 97 



492,704.97 



47, 951. 13 



50, 449. 53 



362, 213. 97 
4,633,213.56 



2,897.67 



47, 951. 13 



5, Oil, 685. 72 



1886. 



$534, 532. 31 



534, 532. 31 



47,062.35 



47,062.35 



5, 636, 492. 57 



266, 823. 99 

7. 883. 10 

109, 528. 08 

1, 091, 246. 14 



6,473,806.51 



390, 136. 72 



390, 136. 72 



131,132.80 
'487,'7i7."62' 



2,858,372.71 



3,477,222.72 



2,685,803.96 
i,' 576,683! 43 
4,'955,"927.'46' 



10,573.85 



303, 28L 89 



961,298.24 



6, 276, 165. 85 



383, 478. 8J' 



383, 478. 83 



221, 046. 66 

479,763.' ib 



2, 960, 608. 96 



3, 661, 358. 75 



2,840,455.10 



1,502,773.28 
6, 057,' 715." 43' 



351, 560. 87 



1, 072, 598. 55 



1887. 



$554,088.98 



554,088.98 



42, 608. 16 



1888. 



$510,492.21 



510.492. 



42, 608. 16 



6, 227, 290. 00 



329, 884. 70 



1,301,614,57 



7,060,651.09 7,858,789.27 



378, 787. 72 



377, 562. 37 



378, 787. 72 



191,739.69 



349,697.47 



3,410,238.59 



3, 951, 675. 75 



3, 046, 409. 05 



1, 532, 049. 70 



5,866,748.85 



377, 562. 37 



208, 162. 23 



647, 110. 60 



3,740,888.73 
...... f. ...... 



6,583,171.14 



1, 326, 912. 



7,910.083.5? 



466,994.36 



466,994.36 



148,082.84 



3,924,163.64 I 



4,596,161.56 4,072,246.48 



8,208,195.07 



1,539,034.98 



5, 572, 258. 80 



3, 884, 63a 78 



1.569,587.68 



5,601,823.00 



COMMISSIONEK OF INTERNATj REVENUE. 



283 



SRNAL Eevenub IN EACH COLLECTION DISTRICT, ETC. — Continned. 



FISCAL YKAB8 ENDED JUNE 30— 


Total. 




889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


* 1894. 
















$2,021,021.10 

4,595,304.15 

16,821,902.55. 


1 














h 


7,796.84 


$3,096,097.15 


$2,748,260.21 


$2. 272, 426. 48 $2. 610, 225. 83 

1 


$2,178,592.49 


7.796.84 


3,090,097.15 


2,748,200.21 


2,272,426.48 


2, 610, 225. 83 


2,178,592.49 


23, 438, 227. 80 






— ^^— ^^^-^ 










1,828,252.48 
125, 836. 31 
704, 101. 11 

5, 133, 161. 67 
93, 447. 98 

3,282,367.75 


^ 














> 1 














J 














h 


























8 






1 












t 
_ . 1. 


■ I 


11, 167, 167. 30 























86, 268, 230. 73 
21, 508, 581. 85 
51,238,551.79 
1,988,920.66 
4, 524, 131. 60 
3,210,040.25 
3,702,026.57 
2,466,244.49 
7,309,935.32 
9,718,282.51 


^ 














( 1 


, 977. 94 


7, 263, 214. 25 


7, 232, 265. 26 


8, 048, 329. 02 


8,474,026.08 


7, 187, 568. 10 


$ 

2 














3 














\* 




















>*«•>>•••••«• 


5 


* 


' 






}• 


, 630. 26 


799, 080. 04 


461, 837. Gl 472, 887. 58 


501, 084. 58 


449,092.51 


, 608. 20 


8, 062, 294. 29 


7,694,102.87 8,521,216.60 


8, 975, 110. 66 


7, 636, 660. 61 


191,934,945.77 
















5,339,404.97 
3, 655, 075. 56 
7, 882, 085. 72 
2, 155, 719. 70 
3,491,543.42 


}l 


























^ 2 














3 


, 351. 54 


517,992.05 


463, 509. 99 546. 770. 58 


532, 912. 58 


494, 012. 32 


4 


, 351. 54 


517, 992. 05 


463,509.09 


546,770.58 


532,912.58 


494,012.32 


22, 523, 829. 37 
















3,814,810.04 

3, 754, 077. 29 

5, 497, 658. 68 

13,653,859.87 

7, 088, 976. 57 

31,462,062.25 

45,148,122.36 

28, 689, 413. 59 




, 414. 01 


123, 355. 56 


99,467.61 


198,690.02 


171,174.46 


200,100.90 














3 














4 














^ 














> « 


,"204.57* 4, 083, 367.' 42' 


4, 005, 411. 71 


4, 186, 321. 85 


4, 280, 434. 44 


4, 021,' 509* 96 


s 


, 618. 58 


4,206,722.98 


4,104,879.32 


4, 385, Oil. 87 


4, 457, 608. 90 


4, 230, 610. 86 


139, 138, 980. 65 
















7, 532, 688. 50 

85. 633, 472. 08 

19, 067, 176. 26 

12,701,549,69 

37, 981, 638. 25 

20,911,793.03 

12.942:48L11 

95. 348, 446. 22 

38, 458, 537. 01 

4, 675, 933. 43 

9, 780. 409. 32 

21, 484, 712. 43 

10, 124, 453. 48 

41,611,055.50 

16, 017, 989. 93 

10, 208, 105. 95 

4, 613, 746. 47 

1,277,881.06 




>, 693. 10 


3, 902, 033. 88 


3,&33,972.66 


4, 228, 294. 79 


5, 732, 624. 48 


5,764,668.54 














> ^ 


t, 296. 47 


i,748,4ii.66 


1, 845, 196. 65 


1,989,631.87 


1,852,176.90 


1, 729, 629. 76 










! .::. 




> » 


,380.27 


5, 864, 593. 89 


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

6; 026, 542. 63 


6,222,895.66 6,439,061.63 


6. 065, 488. 53 


5 








• ..••..*... ...j*. ••••.....••• 










) 




5 














6 














7 












8 








1 


9 


1. ... 




1 ; 


10 






1 1 


1" 


1 




i ::;::;..!..:....:: 



1 



284 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



D.— COMPAKATIVK TaBLE SHOWIlfG THE AGGRKGATE RECEIPTS OF 



12 
13 

14 

16 

16 
17 
18 
19 

20 

21 

22 
23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

20 

30 

31 
32 



1 
2 
3 



6 

7 



DISTRICTS. 



NEW YORK— continued. 



C Twelfth (5) 

{ Twelfth (125) 

Thirteenth (5) , 

r Fourteenth (5) , 

Fourteenth (1 26) 

Fourteenth a27) 

Fourteenth (128) 

C Fifteenth (5) 

< Fifteenth (129) 

(Fifteenth (127) 

Sixteenth (5) , 

Seventeenth (5) , 

Eighteenth (5) 

Nineteenth (5) 

C Twentieth (5) , 

{ Twentieth (130) , 

(Twenty-first (5) 
Twenty-first (131)....-.. 
Twenty-first (132) 
Ttv en ty-first ( 133 ) , 

Twenty-second (5) 

Twenty-third (5) 

C Twenty-fourth (5) 

I Twenty-fourth (134) ... 

Twenty-fifth (135) 

C Twenty-sixth (6) . . 

\ Twenty-sixth (136) 

C Twenty-seventh (137) . 

'Twenty-seventh (138)., 

Twenty-eighth (135) .. 

Twenty-eighth (139) .. 

' Twenty-eighth (140) .. 

Twenty-eighth (141) .. 

Twenty-ninth (5) 

( Thirtieth (5) 

< Thirtieth (142) 

( Thirtieth (140) 

Thirty- first (137) 

Thirty-second (143) . . . 



Total. 



NORTH CABOLINA. 



2 
3 

4 

6 

e 



First (5) 

C Second (5)... 
) Second (144).. 

Third (145)... 

(Fourth (145) . 
Fourth (146) . 
Fourth (147) . 
Fourth (148) . 
Fourth (44) . . 
( Fifth (149> ... 

< Fifth (147) ... 
(Fifth (44) .... 
( Sixth (150) . . . 

< Sixth (151) . . , 
(Sixth (152) ... 

Seventh (150) . 



Total. 



OHIO. 



(First (7) .... 
^ First (153) .. 
(First (154) .. 

Second (?)... 

Tliird (39)... 
C Fourth (5) . . 
) Fourth (155) 

Fifth (5) .... 
C Sixth (39) . . . 
i Sixth (156) . 



FISCAL TBABS ENDED JUinS 30— 



1863. 



$214, 111. 87 



91, 460. 05 
564, 674. 22 



262, 832. 80 



45, 898. 12 
45, 425. 09 

170, 099. 73 
66, 530. 93 

130,699.46 



174,797.78 



137, 200. 35 
313, 920. 50 
154, 527. 22 



60, 806. 24 
87, 748. 76 



94, 402. 73 
i74,'569."i3 



110,212.25 
445, 650. 13 



50, 849. 15 
1,378,961.39 



9,241,038.60 



838, 0(»4. 63 



593, 195. 06 

266, 260. 76 

1, 215. 76 



47, 837. 75 
64,075.72 



1864. 



$434, 449. 14 



197, 588. 06 
1, 428, 503. 60 



571,510.48 



101,640.46 
82, 979. 67 
423, 370. 21 
128, 200. 57 
309, 675. 81 



393, 305. 86 



483, 753. 73 
959, 832. 96 
850, 408. 91 



388, 853. 87 
190,112.22 



186, 083. 73 
682, 376.' 26 



390. 266. 72 
1,876,637.40 



120, 729. 71 
3,571,282.18 



27, 215, 720. 62 



1, 781, 204. 66 



2, 357, 578. 85 

1,531,136.00 

587, 279. 23 



121, 665. 16 
523, 686. 17 



1865. 



$893,370.77 



454. 256. 91 
2, 515, 278. 46 



1, 299, 610. 80 



331, 996. 24 
178, 290. 61 
965, 781. 07 
265, 577. 27 
512,888.14 



721, 848. 22 



525, 063. 68 

1, 164, 444. 28 

686, 933. 96 



361, 898. 69 
395, 873. 07 



416, 818. 51 
i,'i6i,'694.*6i' 



400, 569. 85 
1,971,268.10 



263, 009. 79 
10,730,410.96 



53, 708, 375. 16 



3, 406, 204. 43 



2, 213, 916. 38 

1,366,816.24 

648, 728. 77 



186, 246. 53 
295, 389. 86 



1866. 



$1,240,446.27 



547,477.35 
3, 274, 886. 18 



1,640,872.52 



350, 622. 43 
239, 060. 08 
1, 000, 355. 07 
366, 129. 66 
657, 049. 08 



1.223,674.63 



543, 657. 99 

1, 650, 566. 98 

704,979.61 



412, 812. 85 
649.707.42 



613,764.67 

i'ieo'oso.io 



563,324.98 
2,801,808.24 



391, 862. 07 
12,167,237.82 



71,922,529.11 



69. 585. 16 
53, 475. 16 



291, 346. 73 



414,407.05 



8, 022, 216. 20 



2, 806, 962. 76 
1, 610, 8.53. 82 
1, 173, 253. 96 



461, 917. 48 
383,881.09 



1867. 



$1,121,742.96 



433, 672. 16 
2, 990, 690. 08 



1,341,439.34 



294,094.91 
189, 900. 03 
732, 275. 64 
281, 070. 64 
627, 989. 23 



1, 187, 196. 21 



, 



500,426.85 

1,086,564.00 

779,126.81 



335, 063. 91 
488, 136. 15 



431, 288. 10 
1,099* 644.' 38 



524,948.65 
2,276,202.92 



302, 289. 61 
9,978,614.40 



58,825,159.06 



85,092.18 
719,405.08 



251,900.26 
210,680.29 



139, 661. 11 



209,363.67 



32,749.87 



1,648,762.35 



6,878,016.03 



2,374,409.46 

1,214,737.95 

664,166.04 



244,265.89 
863,989.81 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



285 



TERNAL Revenue in each Collection Disteict, etc. — Continaed. 



FISCAL TEABS ENDED JUNE 30— 






). 


1869. 


1870. 


1871. 


1872. 


1873. 




192.68 


$416, 193. 82 


$411, 329. 36 


$236, 119. 98 


$255, 761. 04 


$200,785.63 


|i2 

13 
1 


)10. 67 
)83.72 


201, 359. 36 
1,265,066.98 


191, 179. 79 
1,400,228.34 


235, 189. 56 
1, 094, 693. 94 


95,042.48 
911,50L49 


119,638.13 
1, 242, 623. 17 














lu 
















)69.67 


810,843.25 


627,537.54 


377,518.74 


306, 567. 33 


226, 780. 20 


i" 














L79.59 
125.23 
!65.43 
roi. 93 
i97.66 


117,266.77 
93,420.42 
308, 285. 38 
106,278.96 
206,433.67 


106, 005. 52 
103. 239. 18 
274, 455. 58 
110,463.06 
165, 134. 77 


54, 122. 99 

41, 512. 83 

125, 221. 62 

101,340.63 

119, 384. 01 


41,786.77 
31, 027. 53 
193, 025. 71 
40, 485. 87 
88, 365. 23 


30, 924. 33 
30, 515. 32 
119,447.73 
44.244.36 
54,590.22 


J 

16 
17 
18 
19 

J 20 


^3.44 


557,292.28 


611,902.79 


447,576.06 


403, 417. 09 


294,446.82 


J 
















21 
















179. 42 
L97.66 


175, 998. 74 
554, 227. 04 
455,807.50 


599, 577. 98 
779, 029. 19 
566, 786. 17 


667,'758.'ii' 
439, 304. 66 
420, 488. 72 


404,249.39 
425,425.22 
448,831.73 


103, 207. 28 
412, 925. 26 
483,655.08 


22 
23 

2o 
^26 

}27 


L14.84 
tl9.24 


231,04L03 
263, 348. 74 


296, 128, 52 
272, 754. 82 


110,119.51 
187,985.46 


61, 118. 87 
177,912.53 


" "*ii4,755.66 
173, 785. 96 


)19. 02 


222,254.81 


228, 276. 55 


170, 384. 29 


128, 330. 46 

28, 722. 77 

487, 693. 67 






157, 384. 42 
676, 558. 71 


)28.60 


759, 328. 44 


560,721.54 


666,884.63 


J 
















28 
















'46.40 
.50.17 


238, 165. 95 
1, 789, 105. 67 


270, 327. 23 
2, 315, 449. 95 

• 


97, 300. 95 
1,926,884.09 


68,56L86 
1, 753, 960. 76 


80, 609. 08 
1,541,746.87 


29 
V30 














(47.93 


103,023.90 
7,674,297.31 


100, 000. 86 
6,865,786.50 


58,410.18 
4,483,898.31 


38,935.60 
3,303,483.59 




31 


(52.59 


2, 230, 437. 59 


32 


'87,64 


35,716,423.18 


36,361,550.38 


28, 870. 402. 06 


23, 483, 729. 18 


19, 219, 564. 52 




.54.32 
«9.65 


30,681.40 
100,473.58 


60, 940. 82 
94, 791. 47 


63, 716. 60 
88,064.21 


20, 215. 15 
44,273.39 


38, 892. 73 
67, 244. 85 


1 
3 


i50.17 
19L22 


49, 727. 92 
143,264.93 


27, 955. 10 
419, 999. 86 


44, 829. 70 
410,578.46 


53, 206. 88 
373,235.68 


33, 868. 86 
449,684.85 














. ± 
































'57.89 


280,836.83 


524, 232. 96 


502,825.56 


398, 663. 81 


543, 251. 86 


U 














s 


198.82 


123,665.87 


235,321.59 


225, 330. 56 


199,044.47 


252,126.40 


N 














) 


143. 58 


21,885.45 


35, 478. 15 


26,923.10 


19,885.41 


33, 252. 17 


7 


!85.65 


750, 535. 98 


1, 398, 719. 95 


1, 362, 268. 19 


1,108,524.79 


1, 408, 321. 72 




'26.35 


4,133,733.74 


2,406,377.88 


1,398,809.17 
1,521,173.59 






"i 




6,072,487.83 


7, 161. 277. 20 


( 1 








\ 


»19.56 


2,955,385.06 

1,722,965.73 

638,683.78 


4, 846, 979. 34 

2,369,580.82 

981, 033. 19 


3, 053, 069. 30 

2, 393, 859. 26 

760, 851. 02 






2 


133. 49 
!20.65 


1, 697, 785. 31 
712, 865. 88 


1,495,458.80 
699, 070. 56 


3 
5 

1" 


K)2.04 
(04.63 


181,700.38 
654, 846. 98 


265, 215. 33 
903, 994. 86 


255, 182. 80 
72J, 112. 72 


254, 067. 75 
721,460.39 


64, 737. 83 
625, 625. U 



286 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



D. — CoMPARAnvx Table showing the Aggregate Receipts of 



12 
13 

14 

15 

16 
17 
18 
10 

20 

21 

22 
23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 
32 



1 
2 
3 



5 

6 
7 



2 
3 

4 

5 

6 



DISTRICTS. 



NEW TORK— continued. 



C Twelfth (5) 

{Twelfth (125) 

Thirteenth (5) 

(Fourteenth (5) 
Fourteenth (126) 
Fourteenth (127) 
Fourteenth (128) 

( Fifteenth (5) 

< Fifteenth (129) 

( Fifteenth (127) 

Sixteenth (5) 

Seventeenth (5) 

Eighteenth (5) 

Nineteenth (5) 

C Twentieth (5) 

{ Twentieth (130) 

(Twenty-first (5) 
Twenty-first (IHI) .... 
Twenty-first (132) .... 
Twenty-first (133) .... 
Twenty-second (5) — 

Twenty-thlrd (5) 

C Twenty-fourth (5).... 

\ Twenty fourth (134) . . 

Twenty-flith (135).... 

C Twenty-sixth (5) 

{ Twenty-sixth (136) ... 

!C Twenty-seventh (lli). 
} Twenty-seventh (138). 
Twenty-eighth (135) .. 
Twenty-eighth (139).. 
Twenty-eighth (140;.. 
Twenty-eighth (141) . . 

Twenty-ninth (5> 

C Thirtieth (5) 

< Thirtieth (142) 

(Thirtieth (140) 

Thirty-first (137) 

Thirty-second (143)... 



total 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



First (5) 

C Second (5) . . . 
\ Second (144) . 

Third (145).. 
r Fourth (145) 

Fourth (140). 
^ Fourth (147) , 
I Fourth (148) . 
I Fourth (44). 
(Fifth (149).. 
< Fifth (147).., 
^ Fifth (44)... 



(Sixth (150)..., 

< Sixth (151).... 

(Sixth (152).... 

Seventh (150). 



Total 



OHIO. 



(First (7) 

< First (153)... 

(First (154).., 
Second (7) . . , 
Third (39) .. 

5 Fourth (5) - . , 

} Fourth (155), 
Fifth (5)..... 

C Sixth (39).... 

i Sixth (156;... 



FISCAL TEAB8 ENDED JUNE 30— 



1874. 



$192,893.23 



78,544.63 
496,426.13 



188, 170. 63 



21, 458. 58 
22, 656. 42 
65, 522. 35 
27, 341. 14 
46,562.54 



296.613.56 



36, 522. 86 
234, 265. 79 
573, 567. 29 



60, 331. 93 
185, 051. 81 



150,716.05 
435, 218. 10 



52, 036. 39 
1, 340, 034. 21 



1,643,375.49 



15, 182, 362. 62 



1875. 



$192,636.98 



93, 276. 79 
528, 579. 54 



200, 225. 56 



20, 945. 52 
24,147.43 
65, 519. 99 
24, 821. 60 
51, 867. 46 



1876. 



$90, 462. 76 
228, 330. 10 
33, 682. 07 
255, 525. 44 
337, 319. 24 



90, 874. 12 
145, 409. 80 



324,629.34 



36, 793. 39 
258, 888. 06 
428, 357. 01 



49, 339. 31 
203, 135. 73 



■ *.C4 
158, 289. 44 
452, 644. 96 



55, 808. 81 
1, 231, 836. 88 



*. 50 
1,674,091.42 



15, 238, 881. 81 



21,483.44 
67, 773. 05 



29, 860. 96 
500, 054. 31 



604, 157. 20 



229, 633. 90 



32, 768. 38 



1,485,731.24 



7,208,887.51 



1, 645, 558. 53 
699, 953. 90 



154, 664. 81 
665, 040. 77 



19, 864. 60 
37, 216. 63 



32, 186. 05 
586, 896. 09 



685,603.47 



220, 299. 95 



48, 356. 79 



1, 630, 423. 58 



8, 055, 517. 74 



949, 819. 40 
489, 528. 86 



51, 065. 63 
610, 346. 16 



6, 334. 05 

8,424.45 

20, 732. 43 

11. 061. 58 

13, 871. 83 

45,367.05 

170, 262. 19 

202, 575. 21 



12, 999. 14 
130, 299. 24 
239, 928. 48 
382, 146. 12 

15, 460. 96 
110, 134. 34 
120, 102. 51 



159, 221. 82 
164, 702. 69 
380, 567. 26 



19, 792. 21 
593, 671. 27 
590, 085. 74 



1, 720, 403. 36 



14, 616, 723. 99 



4, 602. 26 

11, 621. 84 

45, 272. 85 

10, 748. 05 

407, 226. 94 

305, 220. 37 



1877. 



$468, 727. 34 



501,488.79 



229, 805. 43 



9, 652. 33 



74,408.78 
263,792.83 



645, 672. 58 



216, 372. 66 
'39,166.70 



144, 996. 53 
547, 279. 29 



261, 261. 52 
771,281.86 



1,602,398.50 



14,462,178.57 



109, 994. 76 



838, 733. 88 



628, 966. 35 



217, 711. 11 



39,768.52 



1,671,138.29 



9,833,611.52 



1, 276, 079. 90 

248, 461. 98 

268, 642. 01 

21, 705. 65 

623, 050. 06 



568,073.11 



108, 669. 27 
131,934.30 



18,442.67 



1,775,847.99 



10, 155, 663. 16 



1,023,611.35 



480, 783. 15 
'49i,' 794*52 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE. 



287 



Internal Revenue in bach Collection District, etc. — Continued. 



FISCAL TEAB8 ENDED JUNE 30^ 

* 




1878 


1879 


1880 


1881 


1882 


1883 
















13 


$469,527.12 


$482, 916. 92 


$510,719.06 


$545, 067. 54 


$627,26L92 


$590,564.93 














631,918.26 


671.915.15 


571,102.97 


600, 482. 13 


620, 596. 47 


590,677.39 


" 




























18 


211,125.88 


214, 694. 26 


259, 026. 63 


294,733.58 


346, 397. 30 


836, 832. 04 
















, 










17 














Ifi 






- 








10 












|20 


















1 










...- 








330,589.76 


327, 467. 09 


309,412.51 


326, 846. 08 


333, 264. 94 


325, 317. 02 


[21 














22 














23 












• 


25 




706, 144. 85 


422, 403. 27 


494,109.45 


460, 857. 05 


559, 763. 59 














|20 

J27 

1 


221,368.64 


240,257.07 


273,432.82 


316, 088. 22 


386,550.60 


409, 330. 71 




























• • • 










L»c 




813,978.97 


946,7n.55 


974,838.32 


1, 134, 541. 13 


1, 079, 296. 23 


V28 










•...........*... 




29 












Uo 

31 














1,126,667.60 


1,197,999.40 


1,287,401.54 


1, 377, 990. 99 


1,403,396.85 


1,342,391.27 














32 
















14,951,519.56 


15, 445, 801. 99 


16,249,877.34 


17, 233, 267. 76 


19,455,040.09 


17, 967, 187. 00 
















1 


• ^ ^ • m 












1^ 

3 


65, 782. 90 


77,272.14 


58, 695. 72 


74,432.85 

• 


02, 103. 24 


65, 310. 36 


* ^ » • ■ • • 












\ 




935,394.78 


925,483.18 


850, 967. 45 


1,022,309.00 


865. 952. 10 


r ^ 




,. 


























698, 041. 92 


1,064,463.12 


911,908.83 


1, 051. 585. 47 


1, 274, 707. 96 


988, 991. 35 
















^ 














336,238.73 


457,918.98 


499, 455. 08 


508,174.32 


456, 864. 16 














7 


_ 
















2, 413, 368. 77 


2, 354, 006. 71 


2,476,440.35 


2,867,414.52 


2,377,120.97 












7 




!' 


9,728,032.98 


10,832,458.61 


11, 556, 840. 75 


12, 538, 340. 58 


11,928,253.84 


10, 577, 527. 72 


• ^ 




..i... .......... 








2 


1,125,680.69 


966,097.16 


1,355,043.19 


1,806,871.17 


1,621,593.77 


1, 555, 836. 26 


3 

5 


401,02L46 


476, 026. 88 


512, 154. 48 


513, 582. 86 


475,943.53 


181, 759. 25 


431,079.69 


013,099.78 

• 


633, 678. 60 


352, 210. 02 


300,275.33 


443, 683. 26 


u 



288 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — COMPARATIVK TaBLE SHOWING THE AGGREGATE RECEIPTS O^ 



12 
13 

U 

16 

16 
17 
18 
19 

20 

21 

22 
23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 
32 



DISTRICTS. 



NSW TOBK— continued. 



1 
2 
3 



6 

7 



2 
3 

4 

6 

6 



(Twelfth (5) 

{ Twelfth (125) 

Thirteenth (5) 

f Fourteenth (6) 

Fourteenth (126) 

Fourteenth (127) 

Fourteenth (128) 

(Fifteenth (5) 

< Fifteenth (129) 

(Fifteenth (127) 

Sixteenth (5) 

Seventeenth (5) 

Eighteenth (5) 

Nineteenth (5) 

(Twentieth (5) 

J Twentieth (130) 

Twenty-first (5) 

Twenty .first (131) 

Twenty-first (132) 

i Twenty-first (133) 

Twenty-second (5) 

Twenty -third (5) 

C Twenty-fourth (5) 

I Twenty-fourth (134) . . . 

Twenty-fifth (135) 

( Twenty-sixth (5) 

\ Twenty. sixth (136).... 

5 Twenty-seventh (137) . 

;i Twenty -seventh (138) . . 

' Twenty-eighth (135) . . . 

Twenty-eighth (139) 

1 Twenty-eighth ( 140) . . . . 
iTwenty-eighth (141).. 

Twenty-ninth (5) . . , 

(Thirtieth (5) 

^Thirtieth (142) 

(Thirtieth (140) 

Thirty -first (137) 

Thirty-second (143) 



FISCAL TBABS ENDED JUNE 30— 



1884. 



$48, 754. 17 



40, 028. 23 
595, 363. 83 



34. 527. 69 
752, 985. 81 



17,715.85 
865, 665. 04 



41, 821. 31 
14,831.94 



1885. 



1880. 



$679,724.30 | $666,913.20 



829,864.60 ; 872,791.41 



855, 039. 34 



Total 

NOBTH CABOLINA. 

First (5) 



(Second (6).... 
) Second (144). 

Third (145)... 
r Fourth (145) 

Fourth (146). 

Fourth (147). 

Fourth (148).. 
L Fourth (44). 
(Fifth (149).... 

< Fifth () 47).... 

(Fifth (44) 

( Sixth (150).., 

< Sixth (151) .., 
( Sixth (152) . . 

Seventh (150). 



Total. 



OHIO. 



(First (7) 

< First (153).., 
(First (154).., 

Second (7)... 

Third (39)... 
( Fourth (5) - . . 
{Fourth (155). 

Fifth (5).... 
(Sixth (39) .. 
i Sixth (156;.. 



69 640. 19 ■ 

1, 945', 001.' 69 ' 2," 6.58, 072 '. 55 



115, 059. 65 



13, 760, 384. 10 



1, 192. 10 



24, 916. 26 
494,852.80 



43, 819. 12 
711,299.02 



484,887.44 



1, 760, 966. 74 



9, 826, 123. 39 



68,501.48 



■ 7, 644. 88 



915, 930. 93 



1887. 



1888. 



$684, 242. 15 



$1,676,205.1 



938, 390. 82 



1, 010, 372. 11 



1,084, 647. 3: 



1, 964, 365. 82 



2,148,709.10 2,100,300.51 



13, 823, 644. 60 



398, 003. 45 
254, 643. 50 



477, 098. 72 



337, 707. 21 
219,376.07 



1, 686, 828. 95 



8,737,148.51 



12, 298. 11 
1, 005, 946. 16 



14, 365, 208. 96 15, 101, 203. 03 



512. 854. 59 



841,881.97 
390,222.73 



1, 744, 959. 29 



8, 501, 549. 10 



1, 284, 728. 86 



1, 893, 894. 64 



578, 161. 58 



15,417,202.91 



1,035,053.39 



945, 134. 70 



427,405.43 



1,950,701.71 



7, 966, 784. 95 



2,991,061.28 



1,150,115.36 



Mus 



2;iM 



2,185,168.75 



10,202,724.94 



"•C.I50 






\ 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



289 



Internal Revenue in bach Collection DiSTiacT, ktc. — Continued. 



FISCAL TBAHS BNDED JUNK 30— 


TotaL 




1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 












« 




$6, 510, 995. 51 
3,980.869.70 
3,113,878.00 

19, 321, 161. 29 
4,555.528.63 
2,626,243.48 

12,251,325.44 
8, 760, 652. 98 
2, 062, 552. 61 
3, 394, 032. 64 
1, 648, 176. 28 
1, 232, 024. 29 
4, 871, 357. 84 
1, 772, 248. 20 
3,203,409.11 
55, 019. 38 
7,579,107.16 
276, 983. 99 
2,234,406.08 

11,101,593.83 
4, 484, 588. 91 
8, 861, 559. 24 
7,315,595.05 
4,351,28L34 
2,720,846.22 
3, 603, 106. 25 
2, 198, 335. 17 
2, 715, 612. 91 
693, 501. 20 
9, 231, 035. 82 
525. .')63. 79 
6,394,137.87 

23, 860, 768. 22 
3,195,671.23 

23, 032, 4U6. 66 

851, 347. 26 

8, 622, 189. 16 

1,677,959.20 

76,694,53L40 


|12 






































\ 














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114 


1,679,382.79 


$1,690,532.84 


$1,614,376.93 


$1, 846, 624. 07 


$1,950,000.27 
.............. 


$1,794,202.89 


• 










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17 














18 






! 






19 














J20 






































.21 






• • a • • 








,070,922.90 


1,103,262.63 


1,010,204.71 


1,056,556.41 


1, 101, 709. 29 


1, 027, 283. 14 


J 22 














23 














^25 






































)26 

I' 
27 


















« 












































.28 
















1,915,487.74 


2,135,034.87 


2,326,976.02 


2, 620, 982. 21 


2,540,838.78 


J 29 














■V 














(30 














( 














^31 














32 
















,648,675.01 


16,224,321.98 


16,565,328.45 


17.670,978.82 


19, 696, 554. 78 


18, 922, 111. 64 


741, 948, 674. 56 
















512,228.66 
1,813,928.91 

560,125.42 
1, 231, 180. 67 
3, 805, 012. 63 
6, 569, 737. 72 
1,983,872.42 

254, 643. 50 
7,224,087.31 
11, 243, 507. 92 
2, 975, 414. 41 
9,854,954.27 
2, 283, 065. 51 
4,284,682.78 

219, 376. 07 

345, 454. 09 


1 














^ 3 






































' 




























4 
















1,134,231.49 


1,169,650.28 


1,003,928.44 


975,258.87 


977, 489. 52 


928, 475. 32 


■\ 














s ' 


1.332,918.78 


1.589,853.73 


1,484,068.35 


1,408,397.98 


1,448,293.76 


1, 441, 306. 31 


\ 














] ^ 














s « 














^ 7 
















2^67,150.27 


2,759,504.01 


2,487,996.79 


2,383,656 85 


2, 425, 783. 28 


2, 369, 781. 63 


55,161,272.29 
















32,646,353.09 

152,201,684.98 

72,011,994.80 

22,385,015.76 

29, 782, 181. 08 

8,461,313.58 

3,317,558.50 

2,402,015.03 

10,668,212.64 

7,175,6(}0.94 


2 














i,227,433.43 


10,953,675.09 


11,600,023.06 


9,967,954.02 


10,290,682.21 

i 


9,769,502.05 














3 
















, 




































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i 



. 290 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D.— Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Receipts of 



8 


10 



u 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 
17 

18 

10 



3 
4 



6 

7 

8 



9 

10 
11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 
18 

19 

20 
21 

22 



DISTRICTS. 



OHIO — continued. 



( Seventh (157) 

^Seventh •(158).... 
(Seventh a5»>---- 

Eighth(157) 

Ninth (5) 

(Tenth (5) 

< Tenth (160) 

(Tenth (161) 

( Eleventh (5) 

^Eleventh (162)... 
(Eleventh (163).. . 

Twelfth (5) 

C Thirteenth (5)... 
{Thirteenth (1(54). 

Fourteenth (5) .. 
C Fifteenth (5) . . . . 
I Fifteenth (165) . . 

Sixteenth (5) 

Seventeenth (5) . 
f Eighteenth (5) .. 
I Eiifhteenth (166) 
I Eighteenth (51) . 
(Eighteenth (IU7) 

Nineteenth (5) . . 



FISCAL YEABS ENDED JUNE 30 — 



18< 



J. 



1864. 



$166, 485. 71 $1, 195, 306. 87 



1865. 



40, 599. 89 

100. 908. 00 

136. 144. 01 



119, 787. 96 
611,049.52 
346, 180. 92 



104, 933. 15 



448, 262. 68 



125, 171. 05 
92, 373. 42 



713, 325. 75 
296, 709. 84 



40,000.85 
75, 851. 68 



106, 084. 04 
132, 830. 15 



$1, 086, 116. 45 



135, 775. 80 
477, 423. 87 
744, 465. 66 



570,146.68 



519, 316. 69 
419, 145. 71 



236, 442. 43 
286, 963. 80 



34, 149. 85 

96, 262. 04 

329, 070. 09 



70, 006. 65 
171,345.33 
975, 255. 04 



194, 886. 40 

480, 790. 29 

2, 303, 282. 85 



74, 821. 30 



135, 825. 92 



Total I 3,217,480.72 112,224,459.73 

PENNSYLVANIA. 



f First (7) 
First 



(169), 



) 



First (170) 

First (171) 

First (172) 

Second (174) 

Second (175) 

Third (7) 

Fourth (174) 

Fifth (5) 

Fifth (176) 

Sixth (5) 

Seventh (177) 

Eighth (5) 

Eighth (178) 

Eighth (171) 

Ninth (177) 

Ninth (179) 

Ninth (171) 

Ninth (173) 

Ninth (44) 

Tenth (5) 

Eleventh (50) 

Twelfth (5) 

Twelfth (180) 

Twelfth (171) 

Twelfth (172) 

Thirteenth (5) 

Fourteenth (50) 

Fourteenth (181) .... 

Fifteenth (50) 

Sixteenth (182) 

Sixteenth (183) 

Seventeenth (182) . . . 

Eighteenth (50) 

Nineteenth (50) 

Nineteenth (51) 

Nineteenth (184) .... 

Twentieth (50) 

Twentieth (51) 

Twenty-first (50) 

Twenty- second (5) . . 
Twenty-second (185) 
Twenty-second (171) 
Twenty-second (173) 



951, 791. 33 



2, 177, 710. 24 



479, 195. 78 



403, 398. 59 
383, 688. 02 
134, 912. 23 



149, 720. 17 
190, 408. 08 
179, 714. 67 



82, 888. 09 



154, 525. 82 
211,187.28 
190, 244. 75 



60, 131. 55 
83, 959. 77 



76, 752. 28 
54, 025. 04 



74, 203. 00 

44,447.57 

101,565.88 



135,862.43 



91, 804. 08 
674, 644. 21 



1, 470, 577. 80 



951, 463. 05 
854, 348. 26 
380, 703. 24 



400, 670. 17 
442, 928. 73 
586, 572. 09 



450,865.94 



16, 022, 924. 78 



5, 381, 027. 84 



3, 244, 791. 94 



2, 250, 057. 11 
2,478,723.91 
1, 119, 379. 95 



1, 197, 889. 57 
851, 639. 04 
670. 007. 69 



1866. 



$1,246,198.88 



215,006.70 

939, 624. 34 

1,148,313.48 



961, 169. 20 



525, 66:^. 41 
518, 940. 43 



276, 029. 51 
424,797.09 



262, 450. 15 

654, 626. 22 

3, 501, 667. 83 



598,937.05 



25, 732, 509. 59 



6.282,653.93 



1867. 



$906,667. 



160, 524. 
390,452.1 
1, 059, 746. 



305, 72L 



275, 891. 
444, 591. 



214, 048. 
282,827. 



155, 502. 

483, 680. 

3, 110, 339. 7 




382, 947. 7 




4, 531, 847. 15 



2, 049, 108. 11 
3,286,215.37 
1,255,282.81 



1, 357, 938. 54 

925, 253. 52 

1,020,054.26 



297. 694. 52 849, 423. 63 



359, 307. 94 
749, 226. 69 
392, 084. 37 



131, 186. 10 
258, 031. 17 



268, 209. 55 
140,784.25 



139, 150. 93 
118, 026. 76 
225,415.01 



468, 102. 47 



510, 369. 71 
1, 901, 742. 02 



803, 359. 92 
969, 799. 55 
888, 252. 78 



320, 889. 18 
566,153.54 



753, 104. 99 
211, 579. 69 



423, 960. 61 
345, 254. 64 
341,881.69 



1, 075, 069. 39 



597. 024. 50 
3, 475, 446. 66 



1, 165, 489. 55 



1, 138, 698. 40 
1, 234, 206. 76 
1, 036, 285. 56 



483, 944. 38 
777, 188. 76 



748, 269. 08 
311,253.83 



543,002.85 
392, 186. 89 
607, 553. 22 



3, 371, 784. 53 



417,858.94 
4,866,797.46 



5, 082, 037. 



3, 433, 508. 



2,029,733.71 
2, 3U2, 538. 
970, 047. 




955. 394. 49^ 
711,358.2^ 
67 1, 907. 6r^ 



781, 024. 



610.208.77 
680,469.01 
522, 629. 57 



242,930.28 
439,639.03 



469, 983. 68 
204,817.63 



294, 329. 14 
217,282.98 
597,910.56 



1,005,847.74 



282,349.96 
3,655,008.72 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL BEVENUE. 



291 



Internal Revbnue In each Collection District, etc. — Contiiiued. 



nSOAL TEAB8 ENDED JUNE 30— 




1868. 


1869. 


1870. 


187L 


1872. 


1873. 




$504^002.67 


1784,994.11 


$1,018,316.24 


$718,37L24 


$702,177.06 


$486,348.93 


/ 














5 


116. 610. 84 
288,654.47 
803, 337. 08 


88,486.39 
611,467.14 
883, 516. 02 


140,799.63 
1,054,304.20 
1, 108, 147. 13 


43, 988. 08 

603, 544. 20 

1,109,678.62 


35, 579. 34 

687,044.51 

1, 218, 640. 03 


31,435.30 

749,461.97 

1,001,836.75 


8 
9 














J 


235,172.21 


587,893.24 


926,182.89 


414,292.05 


612,730.40 


675,446.58 


u 














r 


279,804.71 
362,043.15 


728, 003. 13 
260,003.27 


963,791.66 
3«S\527.00 


353, 519. 13 
258,711.12 


534, 748. 77 
91, 990. 69 


580, 975. 06 
69, 988. 15 


12 
}13 


106,222.30 
214,26^.70 


101,268.88 
112, 186. 19 


98,916.91 
140,98&.31 


94,612.70 
103,288.73 


58, 874. 19 
92,842.52 


56, 144. 42 
93,001.34 


14 

In 

16 
17 


138,543.83 

279, 702. 68 

2,507,206.77 


120, 110. 17 

242,442.62 

1,161,617.24 


118, 297. 90 

285, 574. 75 

1,339,397.63 


91,713.08 
249, 021. 36 
916, 707. 11 


97, 129. 14 
351,' 680. 24 
890,014.70 


72,540.14 
204,827.07 
720, 189. 71 














1 18 


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














201,579.43 


147,243.70 


1*59, mis' 


89.983.83 


72,201.37 


63,949.93 1 


19 


12.224,617.55 


16,116,547.77 


19, 568, 743. 80 


15,149,489.11 


14,906,229.21 


14,851,300.45 




1 

1 

! 

1 4. 230, 466. 54 


4,134,723.26 


3, 284, 120. 72 


1.811,820.62 
280, 975. 89 




1 


» 




1,036,178.61 


'"'i*383,668.65 j 










I 1 






















. 






'h 


2,053,637.27 

1 


1,960,919.15 


1,928,749.15 


1,775,957.66 


883, 803. 28 
072, 856. 76 


• ••••• .......... 

*i,'m755.'i9' 


1,125,074.65 

1, 693, 8&7. 30 

630,720.87 


052,539.62 

1,1,')1,352.86 

596, 121. 50 


1, 137, 044. 04 

1, 343, 181. 08 

443, 862. 25 


393, 820. 09 

l,260,9:i0.91 

470, 652. 73 


3 


419, 391. 25 
336,370.53 




4 


354, 693. 33 


6 

7 


433, 777. 99 
429, 167. 14 
334,893.16 


396,942.24 
130.765.80 
302,891.30 


427,970.11 
223, 776. 25 
335, 222. 73 


445, 387. 08 
136, 131. 16 
251, 227. 90 


319, 408. 13 

48. 773. 37 

222, 039. 10 


359, 983. 79 

53, 028. 11 

253, 967. 27 














450,337.79 


462, 582. 81 


475.853.94 


438,460.42 


274,320.68 


284, 512. 19 


'• 








•^■••■■•••••«*»* 






I 9 






























378, 295. 89 
432,380.90 


15i; 088. 32 
201,812.10 
265, 506. 82 


260, 045. 58 
244,45<.>.57 
334, 893. 74 


221, 587. 59 
239, HU9. 53 
236, 695. 58 


154,616.13 
140,072.81 
217,002.89 


170, 248. 31 
146. 672. 30 
200, 123. 70 


10 
11 














>12 
















120, 413. 14 
332,331.98 


103, 326. 64 
207,472.06 


117,155.16 
266, 966. 84 


101, 224. 62 
170, 258. 99 


47, 387. 46 
130.404.87 


36,156.30 
108, 956. 93 


13 

}" 

15 

17 

18 

u 


348,963.39 
207,531.73 


388,358.62 
140, 822. 93 


428,322.54 
156, 746. 96 


290, 417. 21 
152,134.92 


247, 988. 62 
148, 196. 90 


290,961.51 
117,966.97 


161, 959. 45 
247,787:76 
450,963.27 


103,431.77 
145, 794. 62 
227,349.84 


102, 271. 49 
144, 047. 67 
261,129.49 


88, 777. 22 
118,246.48 
169,411.21 


48,689.48 

77, y08. 76 

154,338.61 


63,409.31 

63,572.77 

114,402.95 














V 


553,068.55 


18i:i25.56 


399, 308. 34 


275,045.81 


127,285.03 


96,728.66 


1- 

21 

•> 


205,286.63 
1,986,255.39 


987,598.24 
1,701,661.39 


1,234,873.51 
2, 042, 129. 03 


771,002.52 
1,419,363.85 


' 485, 933. 54 
1,171,480.48 


542, 160. 26 
860,661.81 














• 22 


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....../.[[.,.[[, 






i 



292 



AT^NUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Receipts o^ 



3 



8 
9 

10 



11 

12 
13 

14 

15 

16 
17 

18 

19 



2 

3 
4 



6 
7 

8 



9 

10 
11 

12 

13 
14 
15 
16 

17 

18 

19 

20 
21 

22 



DISTEICT8. 



OHIO— oon tinned. 



Seventh (157)... 
Seventh (158)... 
Seventh (159)... 

Eighth (157) 

Ninth (5) 

Tenth (5) 

Tenth (160) 

Tenth (161) 

Eleventh (5) 

Eleventh (162).. 
Eleventh (163) .. 

Twelfth (5) 

Thirteenth (5) .. 
Thirteenth (164) 
Fourteenth (5) . . 

Fifteenth (5) 

Fifteenth (165).. 
Sixteenth (5).... 
Seventeenth (5> . 
Eighteenth (5)... 
Eighteenth (166) 
Eighteenth (51) . 
Eighteenth (167) 
^ineteenth(5)... 



Total 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



rFlr8t(7) 

First (169) 

First (170) 

First (171) 

First (172) 

CSecond(]74) 

{Second (175) 

Third (7) 

Fourth (174) 

C Fifth (5) 

) Fifth (176) 

Sixth (5).-... 

Seventh (177) 

(Eighth (5) 

< Eighth (178) 

^Eighth (171) 

rNmth(177) »... 

I Ninth (179) 

^ Ninth (171) 

I Ninth (173) 

I Ninth (44) 

Tenth (5) 

Eleventh (50) 

rTwelfth(5) 

Twelfth (180) , 

Twelfth (171) 

Twelfth (172) 

Thirteenth (5) 

C Fourteenth (50) 

) Fourteenth (181) 

Fifteenth (50) 

C Sixteenth (183) 

{Sixteenth (183) 

Seventeenth (182).... 

Eighteenth (50) 

( Nineteenth (50) 

< Nineteenth (51) 

( Nineteenth (184) 

5 Twentieth (50) 

{ Twentieth (51) 

Twenty-first (50) ... 

' Twenty-second (5) . . . 

Twenty-second (185). 

Twenty-second (171), 

Twenty -second (173). 



FISCAL TEABS ENDEb JUNE 30— 



1874. 



1744, 508. 17 



33, 700. 97 
641,945.20 
957, 426. 61 



556, 025. 06 



429, 839. 44 
64, 130. 15 



56, 103. 71 
82,467.35 



83, 154. 77 
103, 987. 34 
791, 989. 06 



65,937.80 



14,985,411.15 



1 286, 256. 60 



771, 922. 32 



215,929.36 



265, 937. 98 

20, 872. 51 

232, 612. 58 



342, 845. 96 



173, 037. 85 

120, 823. 15 

.228,208.43 



26, 622. 42 
105, 478. 78 



315, 128. 
137, 173. 



08 
63 



52, 222. 24 
73, 698. 20 
84, 598. 05 



92, 272. 66 



409, 336. 17 
753,709.43 



1875. 



$635,175.25 



42, 697. 52 
338, 537. 49 
969, 636. 15 



805,018.30 



424,423.10 
73, 126. 85 



63,875.37 
85, 854. 68 



77, 905. 60 
111, 127. 37 
808, 633. 78 



70, 480. 92 



14, 662, 720. 17 



*16.00 
1, 206, 388. 95 



♦52.00 

714, 065. 75 

*.58 

* 22. 75 
184, 658! 51 



266, 179. 15 

10.041.07 

231, 683. 28 



167, 530. 12 
221. 755. 38 



1876. 



$492,562.19 
308, 225. 82 



25, 664. 07 
208,541.58 
425,057.07 
643, 600. 69 



402, 146. 96 
486, 183. 09 



210,946.41 
32, 993. 02 
77, 297. 09 
26, 763. 15 
43, G50. 30 
88, 949. 13 
38,249.78 
37, 141. 28 
297, 560. 76 
438,739.82 



32, 085. 28 



16,587,908.61 



61, 750. 30 
1,872,359.62 



71,445.33 



101, 986. 34 
249, 688. 13 
136, 234. 83 



99. 572. 59 
192, 761. 48 



156, 249. 63 
106, 329. 31 
236, 873. 20 



31,829.72 
106, 556. 29 



351, 793. 99 
129, 705. 51 



47, 532. 25 
72, 645. 19 
92,543.42 



93, 017. 37 



422, 954. 63 
631, 423. 06 



402, 919. 69 



67,211.24 
113,863.98 

98, 841, 35 
145, 527. 07 



9. 268. 89 
127, 568. 13 



367, 703. 90 
114,016.62 



55. 444. 66 

68,135.01 

109, 543. 90 



85, 027. 23 



262, 891. 14 
298, 240. 37 
376,820.72 



1877. 



$78, 973. 
243,816. 



1, 065, 547. 



868,720.8 




35,006. 



169,219.7: 



202,865. 
658,688. 



15,474,689.79 



416, 610. 
1, 910, 255. 



107,338. 



66, 39.3. IL 
353, 208. OU 



90,983.9$ 
617,985.6$ 



19,390.43 



57, 60S. 21 
253,832.47 



17, 337. .W 

134, 995. 86 

90, 807. 27 

19,513.01 

145,278.68 

6,446.78 

9, 843. 17 

19,217.84 

70,508.25 



15, 626. 73 
95,444.06 
69.824.71 



263.498.83 
852,262.88 



. J 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



293 



Internal Revenue in each Collection District, etc. — Continued. 



FISCAL TEARS ENDED JUNE 30— 




1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 
















^ 














> 7 


1288,253.45 


$296, 834. 34 


$475, 976. 33 


$594, 593. 31 


$700,260.02 


$673, 466. 44 


S 
8 










•••«.. ••••.^•••« 




9 










■*/* 




^ 


09t63L47 


985, 137. 32 


1,092,852.40 


1, 089, 563. 12 


1,021,133.71 


682, 904. 73 


|>0 














•\ 


778,436.99 


781,03L89 


1, 425, 321. 06 


1,398,257.92 


1, 216, 251. 21 


519, 923. 73 


!" 














12 














|13 


























14 












^ 


1- 

16 


170, 201. 23 


1G9,956.83 


210,324.75 


195, 871. 89 


201, 528. 11 


169 435. 60 














17 




' 










* 




« 












858,168.41 


773, 324. 27 


756,807.43 


806,538.82 


894, 059. 79 


890, 510. 83 


• 18 














19 

















14,770,506.37 


.15,894,567.08 


18, 018, 998. 99 


19,295,835.69 


18,359,299.31 


15,704,047.82 




1 












' 




























I 1 


2,201,333.12 


2, 262, 216. 01 


2, 523, 444. 87 


2,678,845.83 


3,011,318.33 


2, 824, 875. 99 
















1^ 

3 






































4 














}» 


























6 














7 














^ 














> « 




447, 771. 52 


553, 173. 93 


622, 634. 45 


689, 758. 24 


675, 254. 77 


s 

* 
















803, 806. 93 


870, 264. 95 


1,064,642.47 


1, 278, 820. 81 


1,460,720.01 


1, 340, 739. 84 


» 




























10 














11 














■• 


■ 
















303, 693. 99 


326, 321. 92 


370, 256. 14 


423, 128. 51 


417,151.81 


-12 














13 














1" 

15 




162, 113. 64 


190, 145. 19 


212, 589. 65 


242, 351. 75 


252, 387. 47 














|x. 

17 


184,691.01 


172, 136. 87 


191, 065. 09 


211, 588. 05 


258, 917. 37 


248, 455. 24 














18 














^ 


98,450.42 


101,39L50 


115,337.59 


137,259.64 


144,726.27 


123, 310. 67 


]. 


• 












1- 

21 


104, 861. 81 


88, 298. 56 


88, 989. 28 


94, 909. 77 


101, 605. 53 


82, 713. 35 














•« 
















1,156,118.13 


1, 002, 727. 66 


1,184,418.98 


1,408,472.82 


1,685,425.78 


1,854,674.01 


>29 

< 



294 • 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — ^Comparative Table Showing the Aggregate Receipts of 



8 

9 
10 



11 

12 
13 
14 
la 

1« 

17 

18 
10 



3 
4 



6 

7 

8 



10 
11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 
18 

19 

20 
21 

22 



DISTRICTS. 



OHIO— continued. 



( Seventh (157) 
^Seventh (158). 
(Seventh (150). 

Eighth (157).. 

Ninth (5). 



FISCAL TEARS ENDKD JUNE 30- 



1834. 



1885. 



(Tenth (5) 

< Tenth (160) 

(Tenth (161) 

i Eleventh (5) 
Eleventh (162) .. 
Eleventh (163)... 
Twelfth (5) 

< Thirteenth (5)... 
i Thirteenth (164) . 

Fourteenth (5) . . . 
5 Fifteenth (5) .... 
$ Fifteenth (1U5) .. 

Sixteenth (5) .... 

Seventeenth (5).. 

{Eigtiteenth (5) . . 
Eighteenth (166) 
Eighteenth (51).. 
Eighteenth (167). 
l^ineteenth (5) . . . 



$24,150.86 



5:*, 088. 15 
GU5. 66J. 60 



18, 228. 48 
1,104,766.75 



$601,842.78 
1,058,436.49 



1886. 



1887. 



Total 

PENNSYLVANIA. 



8, 523. 01 



56, 357. 14 
728,966.46 



13, 520. 264. 56 



jl 



r 



62,204.11 



113,498.27 
1, 138, 392. 98 



First (7) 

First (169) 

First (170) 

First (171) i 286,501.00 

First (172) ! 2,668,583.23 

Second (174) I 

Second (175) ' 

Third (7) I 

Fourth (174) j 

Fifth (5J 

Fifth (176) 

Sixth (5) ! 

Seventh (177) 

Eighth (5) 

Eighth (178) 

Eighth (171) 

Ninth (177) 

Ninth (179) ^ 

Ninth (171) 

Ninth (173) 

Ninth (44) 

Tenth (5) 

Eleventh (50) 

Twelfth (5) 

Twelfth (180) 

Twelfth (171) 

Twelfth (172) 

Thirteenth (5) 

Fourteenth (50) 

Fourteenth (181) 

Fifteenth (50) 

Sixteenth (182) 

Sixteenth (183) 

Seventeenth (182) 

Eighteenth (50) , 

Nineteenth (50) 

Nineteenth (51) , 

Nineteenth (184) 

Twentieth (50) 

Twentieth (51) 

Twenty-first (50) 

Twenty-second (5) 

Twenty-second (185) — 
Twenty-second (171 ) — 
Twenty-second (173) — 



793,359.98 



12,565,516.62 



2, 886, 621. 64 



38, 144. 66 
405,972.16 



24, 981. 01 



26, 299. 28 



$505, 836. 68 



1,165,356.49 



1888. 



$586, 278. 61 



1,531,024.04 



764, 712. 19 



12, 921, 349. 10 



2, 937, 382. 02 



1, 333, 646. 26 



438, 870. 96 



7, 278. 88 
132,237.53 



3,459.78 



247, 429. 54 
1, 681, 605. 89 



129,984.68 



1, 448, 629. 94 



460, 190. 00 



144, 825. 91 



1,609,332.26 1 1,898,175.38 



823,077.98 



13,898,226.86 



3,133,111.88 



1,688,317.66 



506, 761. 24 



154,167.24 



1,800,403.60 



$603, 636. 47 
"747,419.56 



892,532.07 



12,446,312.98 



3,044,303.82 




1. T94, 016. 25 



522,270.15 






COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 
Internal Revenue in each Collection District, etc.— Continned. 



295 



FISCATi TBAB8 KNDZD JUNE 30— 

■ 




1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


Total. 
















$10,696,405.35 

387,199.46 

3,297,360.13 

1, 230, 857. 32 

7,703.018.99 

12,062,126.67 
7,625,459.43 
7, 178, 223. 35 
7, 504, 140. 59 
7, 492, 354. 74 

11,722,146.41 
6,665,609.34 
3,367,274.60 
112, 303. 16 
1, 537, 387. 19 
2,170,807.41 
1, 384, 010. 26 
1,554.638.81 
8, 752, 218. 39 

19,653,832.41 

641,60.'>.16 

6,701,454.96 

10,127,765.77 
2,646,132.39 


\' 














/... . 
























9 


....... 

. ... 




\ 








9 
















L..: .:::... 












/ $609,534.41 


$659,226.38 


$712, 873. 00 


1716,417.81 


$729,616.06 


$668,401.46 


::::::::::::: 












>n 


/- 857,573.30 


872, 721. 97 


1.015,470.13 


1,151,470.74 


1,233,881.87 


984,024.07 


> 

12 


::::::::::::: 












}13 


"•* 
























14 














}15 


























16 














17 


1 


























18 












> 




945,349.30 


1,026,900.42 


1,086,332.86 


1,161,377.41 


1,032,970.79 


19 
















|l 1,506,727.51 13,430,872.74 


14,355,266.61 


12,921,175.^3 


13,415,456.65 


12,454.898.37 


477,166,99L68 

















33.336,366.94 

6,164,058.40 

2,288,970.42 

17, 698, 880. 63 

36,447,575.50 

21, 763, 040. 15 

4,270,045.36 

10,992,245.68 

16,174,310.70 

7,195,321.26 

357,025.00 

7,113,434.16 

4,174,143.06 

6,392,366.29 

259,154.59 

3, 826, 616. 98 

6,072,964.19 

715,659.00 

7,640,478.91 

6,608,986.84 

14,186,435.28 

4,798,481.39 

6,609,490.34 

6, 280, 113. 64 

203,136.28 

2,435,296.96 

6,056,49(h02 

1,832,465.92 

3,698,304.64 

1,394,466.23 

6,436,764.71 

2, 246, 259. 62 

1,438,431.59 

2,194,831.18 

2, 138, 278, 46 

3,557,824.94 

798, 263. 12 

561,215.36 

7,975,172.50 

660, 282. 14 

7, 201, 268. 53 

26,438,554.49 

640, 319. 55 

9,391,529.80 

6,989,517.13 




.... 














... :: 












. 1 


i -- • 














j3, 037,942. 52 


3, 336, 039. 70 


3,519,825.08 


3,783,180.19 


4,138,327.26 


3,902,308.16 


3 






































4 














6 






































7 














\' 






































V 




























> 9 
















1.758,076.29 


1,938,069.45 


2, 176, 590. 89 


2, 174, OOC. 16 


2, 382, 499. 61 


1, 962, 176. 63 


^« 














11 














V 




























12 


538, 136. 53 


584, 473. 03 


675,736.14 


628,285.98 


687, 176. 09 


708,615.74 


13 


" *••...... 












|14 




( 










---. 












15 














?ifl 














J 16 














17 


-:::;::.:::: 












18 














i" 


























,....:::: 












|20 


I 
























' 21 


1. 












N 


1—:::::::"* 



























[23 


'••*•• 




••••••■••*••" 








. 



296 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Recei 





DISTRICTS. 


FISCAL TEARS ENDED JUNE 30— 




1863. 


1864. 


1865. 


1866. 


1 




PENNSYLVANIA— con 'd. 

r Twenty-third (5) 

Twenty- third (185) 


$256,206.42 


$657, 304. 66 


$1,111,652.03 


$1, 592, 697. 21 


$1,04( 


23 


< Twentv-thlrd (171); 














Twenty-third (173) 














( Twenty-third (44) 












24 


Twenty-fonrth (5) 

Total 


61,209.21 


147,918.83 


362, 871, 63 


546, 028. 21 


371 




5,226,486.25 


14,029,528.56 


30,289,241.48 


39, 941, 599. 32 


27,58( 




BHODB TRLAND. 

CFir8t(186) 


•% 


562,001.29 


1, 428, 619. 62 


3,118,177.26 


4, 660, 247. 06 


3,83{ 


1 


I First <(187) 


2 


Second (186) 


264, 949. 13 


556, 348. 75 


1,194,603.62 


1,461,691.04 


1,21] 




Total 




826,950.42 


1, 984, 968. 57 


4,312,780.88 


6, 121. 938. 10 


5,04$ 




SOUTH CAROLINA. 

First (188) 


1 








91,897.72 
744, 776. 33 
149, 811. 66 


51{ 


?, 


Second (30) 








55: 




fTliird (188) 








74f 


3 


< Third (189) 












1 Third (190) 














Total 




















986, 485. 71 


1,81C 




TENNlCfi.SRK. 

First (64) 








1 




555,435.68 
47,270.25 


996,731.76 
608,531.65 


2,196,145.30 
1,185,695.26 


56^ 




i Second (64) 




35£ 


2 


< Secontl (191) 








i Second (192) 












3 


Third (50) 










s 


4 


Fourth (50) 










114 




fFifth (5) 










801 




Fifth (193) 













5 


) Fif1h(194) 












Fifth (195) 










6 


Sixth(5) 










186 


7 


Seventh (196) 










50 




C Kiffhth (196) 










1,265 


8 


> Eighth (197) 














Total 
















602, 705. 93 


1.605,263.41 


3, 381, 840. 56 


3,34S 




TEXAS. 

CFir8t(198) 












1,348,056.75 


1,159 


1 


< First (199) 












(First (201) 












2 


Second (198) 








63, 966. 20 
75, 156. 66 


796 




(Third (200) 








473 


3 


< Third (201) 












(Third (202) 














5 Fourth (200) 








86, 119. 92 


782 


4 


i Fourth(201) 












Total 




















1, 573, 299. 53 


3,211 




VERMONT. 

First (203) 










1 


65, 394. 89 
82,613.76 


155, 908. 01 
187,084.81 


321.415.60 
329, 226. 55 


407, 173. 17 
492, 366. 63 


348 


2 


(Second (203) 

< Second (204) 


384 




(Second (205) 






■ 








5 Third (203) ,. 


54, 327. 79 


120,059.68 


246, 944. 40 


302, 263. 93 


253 


3 


} Third (204) 






Total 














202, 336. 44 


463, 052. 50 


897,586.55 


1,202,403.73 


986 




VIBGINIA. 

First (206) 




1 






18, 879. 95 


501, 372. 71 
222, 951. 79 


48. 




rSecond (206) 






624, 




Second (207) 










2 


1 Second (208) 














Second (172) ' 










Jl 


Third (16) '.'.'.'.'.'. 


757. 08 1 


67,413.69 


66.077.52 


102.183.26 


642. 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL REVENUE, 



297 



Internal Revenue in each Collection District, etc. — Continued. 



FISCAL YUAR8 ENDED JUNE 30— 




1868. 


1869. 


1870. 


1871. 


1872. 


1873. 




$784,610.38 


$493, 187. 87 


$671,416.96 


$552,478.24 


$521,720.53 


$469,996.94 


N 














23 






























246,267.55 


382, 934. 70 


485, 156. 30 


454,688.45 


141,523.44 


> 124,828.95 


24 


18,269,445.60 


15,470,400.02 


16,748,704.05 


12,535,521.68 


9,227,091.25 


7, 826, 275. 69 




2,203,079.25 


1, 122, 782. 58 


1,147,165.28 


598,856.58 


580, 196. 89 


287, 159. 81 


u 


649,495.64 


163, 612. 16 


135,221.41 


73, 636. 56 


56, 729. 84 


37,392.36 


^ 2 


2,852,574.89 


1.286,394.74 


1, 282, 376. 69 


672, 493. 14 


636, 926. 73 


324,552.17 




619,663.01 

630, 652. 79 

1,884,485.08 


29,282.80 
178,914.91 
145, 662. 40 


67,326.77 
216, 052. 75 
128,660.07 


36,701.47 
113,905.99 
109, 112. 53 


33, 678. 25 
94,99L}5 
70,512.09 


32, 166. 76 
63,487.36 
71, 559. 46 


1 
2 














> 


















353, 860. 11 


412, 039. 50 


258, 719. 99 


199,18L40 


167, 213. 58 




45, 692. 45 
77,509.86 


47,279.80 
67,198.09 


29,916.86 
88^996. 24 


35, 812. 22 
53, 819. 13 


14. 214. 30 
62, 856. 91 


28,073.27 
51, 937. 18 


1 

h 


•*■•-•--••• •«•« 












5 


72, 924. 34 
669,538.28 
557, 185. 20 


99, 603. 82 
127, 412. 14 
403,700.74 


81, 641. 57 
114, 533. 38 
556, 718. 24 


53, 862. 84 

61,193.02 

331, 521. 62 


28, 287. 92 

46, 547. 59 

322,961.29 


54,482.65 

81,708.59 

259,284.25 


3 

4 

> 


- -. 












- 5 


^ 












363, 127. 85 

225,960.80 

1,705,071.26 


67,480.36 

72, 270. 22 

370,835.95 


97,175.90 

74, 648. 89 

427, 228. 49 


65,387.44 

58, 412. 74 

214,212.64 


46, 903. 02 

77, 419. 68 

167, 649. 49 


36,835.68 

28,415.28 

103,793.86 


6 

7 


^ 












3,717,010.04 


1, 255, 781. 12 


1,470,859.57 


874, 221. 65 


766, 840. 20 


644,480.76 




465,354.29 


130,235.59 


123,452.66 


80,907.34 


112,959.88 


63,972.53 


1^ 


« ^ 













47i,'583.'66" 
541,282.17 


41. 248. 67 
129,028.69 


75, 427. 30 
87,850.83 


44,*ii4.*96" 

103, 065 74 


49,231.89 
63, 169. 84 


46, 874. 63 
65, 481. 21 


2 


• » 












323,803.95 


182,704.92 


104, 223. 54 


122, 592. 38 


96,997.59 


95,997.40 


u 







- 








1^802,023.41 


483, 217. 87 


390,954.33 


350,680.42 


322, 359. 20 


272,325.77 




219,640.85 


97,167.82 
101, 016. 24 


116, 759. 45 
110, 326. 72 


114, 484. 01 
82,758.56 


54,705.81 
47,589.56 


19,037.46 
34,410.60 


1 














) 


186,598.10 


120,488.50 


125, 230. 48 


82, 090. 13 


56,55L76 


22,412.34 


!• 


— 












_^^^, 274. 11 


318,672.56 


352, 316. 65 


279, 332. 70 


158, 847. 13 


75,860.40 




33,078.85 
625,768.26 


26,550.56 
526,962.91 


41, 619. 88 
1,123,249.37 


29, 271. 00 
787,948.43 


15,905.22 
1,017,875.41 


19, 439. 26 
998, 889. 96 


1- 




"'i,"358,"i99.*59' 


'2*379," m 97 


'*"2,*452,'37i."22 


i'x^X^''^ 


\ " " "i,m."m '^ 


k^ 



298 



ANNUAL. REPORT OF THE 



D. — Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Receipt 



23 
24 



1 

2 



1 

2 



DISTRICTS. 



PENNSTLYANTA— continued. 



f Twenty-third (5) .. 
I Twenty-third (185) 
< Twenty-thiid (171) 
I Twenty third (173) 
tTwenty.third(44) . 
Twenty-fourth (5) . 



Total 

BHODB ISLAND. 



J First (186)..., 

{First (187).... 

Second (186) .. 



Total 

SOUTH CABOLINA. 



First (188) . 

Second (30) 
( Third (188) 
< Third (189) 
( Third (190) 



Total 

TENNESSEE. 



3 



G 
7 

a 



First (64).... 
( Second (64) . . 
< Second (191) . 
( Second (192) . 

Third (50) ... 

Fourth (50) .. 

rFifth(5) 

J Fifth (193)... 
) Fifth (194)... 
[Fifth (195)... 

Sixth (5) 

Seventh (196) 
C Eighth (196) . 
\ Eighth (197) . 



1 
2 
3 



1 
o 



Total 



TEXAS. 



( First (198) . . 

< First (199) . . 
(First (201).. 

Second (198) 
f Third (200) . 

< Third (201) . 
( Third (202) . 
C Fourth (200) 
\ Fourth (201) 



Total 

VERMONT. 



1 
2 
3 



First (203).. 
( Second (203) 
< Second (204) 
( Second (205) 
C Third (203) . 
1 Third (204) . 



Total 

VIBOINIA. 



FISCAL TEABS ENDED JUNE 30— 



1874. 



$499, 109. 71 



165.876.30 



6, 373, 672. 41 



68, 123. 78 

154, 665. 18 

10.375.85 



233,164.81 



16, 1?H. 90 
56, 464. 10 
35,957.91 



First (206) 19,414.91 

Second (206) 728,863.60 

Second (207) 
Second (208) 
Second (172) 
Third (16) 3,035,613.22 



108, 580. 91 



1875. 



$492,543.79 



183,509.14 



6,157.960.04 



*.09 
231,977.91 



231, 978. 00 



12,968.25 
54,424.91 
54,884.76 



122, 277. 92 



17, 676. 16 
42, 263. 59 



11,700,05 
131, 566. 95 
296, 895. 00 



24, 931. 88 
63, 219. 73 
76, 463. 82 



664, 717. 18 



93, 808. 63 



45,081.98 
77,919.61 



55,827.91 



272, 638. 13 



5, 461. 02 
11, 696. 40 
10, 662. 86 



13, 068. 44 
15, 428. 22 



56, 316. 94 



26,191.72 
51, 507. 49 



48, 245. 83 
185,915.90 
410, 686. 40 



21,882.41 
51,042.16 
66, iTd. 37 



861, 645. 28 



29, 933. 83 
97, 185. 39 



10, 458. 60 
6:^ 494. 93 



57. 224. 54 



1876. 



$165, 075. 60 
262, 034. 78 



57,498.90 



5, 973, 431. 80 



222.672.63 



222,672.63 



12, 224. 10 

54,732.54 

37, 753. 55 

1,093.72 



105, 803. 01 



37. 238. 31 
41,670.83 



34, 043. 13 
139, 146. 55 
125, 318. 05 
117,797.52 



5, 215. 28 
15, 095. 70 
20. 434. 42 
60,753.88 



696, 713, 67 



112,811.69 



72, 963. 85 
'59,933.26 



258, 297. 29 



245, 708. 74 



*123.90 

.42 

22,024.59 



♦.25 
36, 433. 02 



58, 582. 18 



6, 599. 36 
487, 857. 73 
490, 132. 10 



3, 763. IIL 17 



5, 943. 84 
33, 803. 40 



7,377.91 



47, 125. 15 



921, 713. 38 
3." 567.669.* 33 



1877. 



$148. 0: 
426, 8( 



6, 279, W 



233, 1( 



233. 1€ 



8,81 



7,4€ 
89,35 



105,63 



11,47 
12,99 
86,60 



11,07 
63,83 

68, 66 
540,94 



102, 16 



897,18 



105, 74 

"76,56 

61,64 



237,94 



50,09 



50,09 



1, 104, 681 
46,23; 



3.278,98! 



COMMISSIONER OP INTRRNAIi REVENUE. 



299 



Ikterkal Revenue in each Collection District, etc. — Continued. 







FISCAL TEABS ENDED JUNE 30— 


« 






1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


188L 


1882. 


1883. 




1 












« 


: 














$467,889.27 


$536, 167. 66 


$632, 391. 33 


""$653,' 836." 95 


$767,154.44 


$884,116.08 


[23 

24 


illl 






































5,917,421.76 




5, 946, 782. 36 


6, 869, 930. 65 


7. 669, 214. 01 


8, 775, 106. 28 


8,703,679.23 




' 












2 


246,759.65 


230, 583. 17 


210,883.98 


209, 079. 27 


229,258.48 


395,319.43 
















246,759.65 


230, 583. 17 


210, 883. 98 


209, 079. 27 


229,258.48 


395, 319. 43 
















1 














2 














i' 














119, 241. 69 


105. 2r{3. 91 


111, 960. 78 


135, 907. 16 


119, 099. 79 


117, 092. 80 


119,241.69 


105,233.91 


111, 960. Z8 


135, 907. 16 


119,099.79 


117,092.80 
















1 















\' 


107,448.97 


101, 469. 88 


88,-098. 71 


110, 174. 68 


118, 312. 99 


• 119,241.32 


1 ............. 












3 






% 




■ •••*••••■•« ••»• 




1 






















'**i* 








627,471.23 


702, 687. 72 


805, 308. 60 


922, 014. 14 


777, 590. 72 


979,279.85 


> 5 














6 














7 














}« 


109,564.88 


id4,*766.'84" 


110, 328. 55 


114.574.82 


101,824.29 


75, 369. 12 




908, 924. 44 


1. 003, 735. 86 


1, 146, 763. 64 


997,728.00 


1, 173, 890. 29 
















"J 


118,335.32 


104, 650. 46 


99,253.52 


101,043.60 


23,707.81 
63, 727. 15 




] 1 


77,010.90 


< 










2 


81,412.30 


87,441.70 


72,722.29 


80,784.41 


10, 361. 57 
74,011.11 




) 


79, 510. 74 


\ 3 










\ 




58, 970. 16 


61, 128. 74 


66, 807, 60 


11, 552. 43 
75, 072. 86 




1* 


107, 128. 97 









•••••••-.•••••.• 




251, 062. 32 


233. 106. 55 


248, 635. 61 


258,432.93 


263, 650. 61 
















1 














N 














\ 2 


44,389.49 


50, 159. 59 


"'"V 56,' 546." 74* 


53,"i45.*83* 


"" "*"58,*444.'58" 


46,062.27 


|3 














— «.^ 












___44, 339. 49 


50, 159. 59 


50, 545. 74 


53,145.83 


56,444.58 


46,062.27 








« 

• 








1 




"*i,'i57,"e87."75' 


866, 292." 5i* 


043,"4i6.*96' 


" *i,"6i6,'i6i."64' 


768,"i4i.'62" 


. 2 




2, 144, 170. 65 


2.054.557.71 


2, 076, 473. 46 


"'2,"i44;mOT 


> V«sft,vai.va 


\ ^ 



300 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D.— Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Receipts of 



23 



24 



1 
2 



2 



1 

2 

3 
4 



6 

7 

8 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 



1 
2 
8 



DISTRICTS. 



PENNSYLVANIA— continued 



rTwenty.third(6)... 
Twenty-third (185) . 
Twenty- third (171). 
Twentv-third (173) 
Twenty-third (44) . . 
Twenty-fourth (5) . 



Total 

BHODB ISLAND. 



C First (186) .. 

{First (1871... 

Second (186). 



Total 

SOUTH CABOLINA. 



First (188).. 

Second (30) , 
(Third (188). 
< Third (189). 
(Third (190). 



Total 

TENNESSEE. 



First (64) . . . . 
(Second (64)... 
< Second (191).. 
(Second (192).. 

Third (50) . . . 

Fourth (50) . . 

f Fifth (5) 

J Fifth (193) . . . 
1 Fifth (194) ... 
[Fifth (195) ... 

Sixth (5) 

Seventh (196) 
C Eighth (196). 
{ Eighth (197). 



Total 

TEXAS. 



(First (198) .. 

< First (199) .. 
(First (201)... 

Second (198). 
(Third (200).. 

< Third (201).. 
(Third (202).. 
C Fourth (200) 
\ Fourth (201) 



Total 

VERMONT. 



First (203) . . . 
( Second (203) . 
< Second (204). 
( Second (205) . 
5 Third (203).. 
{Third (204).. 



Total 

VIRGINIA. 



First (206)... 

(Second (206). 
Second (207). 
Second (208). 
Second (172). 
Third (16)... 



FISCAL YEARS ENDED JUNE 30— 



1884. 



$98, 893. 01 
953, 128. 69 



7, 888, 700. 02 



130,468.11 



1885. 



1886. 



$972,753.82 $958,077.31 



1887. 



$837, 521. 11 



$2,956,760.52 



7, 371, 209. 62 7, 847, 230. 56 



127,587.62 I 132,081.72 



130, 468. 11 



93, 896. 95 



93, 896. 95 



12. 063. 63 
98,711.42 



93, 263 52 
1, 042, 312. 42 



3, 624. 97 



1, 249, 975. 96 



72, 654. 53 
'65,4i2.54 



127, 587. 62 



94,518.23 



94, 518. 23 



98, 270. 73 



958, 918. 70 



1, 057, 189. 43 



38,898.41 
"74,'778'88 



72,081.95 68,152.32 



210, 149. 02 I 181, 829. 61 



30, 904. 88 



29, 889. 83 



30, 904. 88 



40, 134. 98 

1, 497, 936. 14 

139, 641. 48 



29, 889. 83 



1, 518, 373. 88 



132,081.72 



100, 014. 30 



100,014.30 



107, 827. 35 



917, 085. 27 



8, 120, 282. 73 



226, 231. 11 



226, 231. 11 



100, 146. 85 



100, 146. 85 



111, 973. 12 



900, 542. 93 



1, 024, 912. 62 



37, 817. 13 
"84,"739.'4i 
"74,294.65 



196, 850. 59 



32, 503. 17 



32, 503. 17 



1, 550, 210. 50 



1, 012, 516. 05 



36, .938. 64 

"93,785." 75 

78,619.53 



209, 343. 92 



30,119.75 



30,119.75 



1,576,265.80 



1888. 



8,317,359.74 



102,456.19 



102,456.19 



121,682.51 



887,607.83 



1,009,290.34 



128,920.16 



83,007.21 



211,927.37 



■i;8i6,379.25 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, 



301 



NTERNAL REVENUE IN BACH COLLECTION DISTRICT, ETC. — Gontinued. 



FISCAL YEABS ENDED JUNE 30— 


Total. 




1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 
















$9,314,307.31 

410,067.08 

4,467,252.37 

3,721,480.93 

29,433,e6L65 
3, 733, 719. 22 


' 
























...••.•«...... 




•23 














24 


3,186,641.22 


$3,873,635.07 


$4,062,372.99 $4,573,934.88 


$5, 262, 221. 15 
...... 


$5,518,095.82 














, 520, 796. 50 


9, 732, 217. 25 


10,334,524.10 


11,159,407.21 


12,470,224.11 


12, 151, 196. 35 


369,724,320.27 
















19,615,OOL11 
2, 980, 733. 13 
5, 815, 428. 94 


2 














































*••••«. * * . 






28, 411, 163. 18 






























1, 469, 435. 39 
2,770,616.82 
2, 933, 531. 77 
8, 554. 25 
1, 740, 309. 81 


1 








' 






2 








' 




















r ^ 


81,722.51 


94, 597. 03 


72, 599. 75 


71, 812. 85 


56,821.49 


73, 834. 90 


4 


81,722.51 


94, 597. 03 


72, 599. 75 


II, 812. 85 


56, 821. 49 


73, 834. 90 


8,922,448.04 






- 




• 






4, 608, 945. 75 
2, 751, 209. 09 

743, 503. 07 
1,477,359.29 

501,606.05 
1, 735, 974. 41 
4,065,733.24 

185, 799. 25 

5, 448, 558. 55 

10,871,467.04 

915, 181. 74 

716,537.40 
4.417,180.77 

782,970.72 


1 














1 














[ 2 


139,979.81 


176, 918. 62 


161, 048. 67 


151, 700. 37 


163, 211. 47 


146, 035. 22 


1 
3 










- 




4 


^ 












6 


























026,355.96 


983, 468. 90 


1, 115, 074. 42 


1, 127, 161. 66 


1,148,682.47 


864, 256. 48 














7 


* « L • • . 












\' 












■ 
















,066,335.77 11,160,387.52 


1, 276, 123. 09 


1, 278, 862. 03 


1,311,803.94 


1, 010, 291. 70 


39,222,026.37 














• 


3,608,399.93 
762, 731. 34 


> 














(1 














327, 046. 76 > 














1, 643. 988. 14 2 














2, 156, 670. 03 

472, 238. 43 

1, 230, 363. 96 

•2,293,886.37 

1,166,435.20 
















143,424.09 


165.682.68 


151, 652. 06 


1«8. 766. 61 


194, 061. 71 


247, 856. 65 


84,693.43 


97, 701. 42 


87, 495. 35 


107, 609. 32 


101. 334. 95 


129, 243. 84 


228,117.52 


263, 384. 10 


239,147.41 


306,375.93 


295, 396. 66 


377,10a. 49 


13,661,760.16 
















1, 926, 025. 34 
2, "79, 937. 11 

38, 631. 29 

508, Oil. 64 

1, 583, 350. 10 

59, 239. 15 


t 

V 














■> 














I 2 






^ 








5 














}» 










"•••"••*■•""•• 




-_ _^ 
























6, 195, 194. 63 




;=~-.^" 


























761, 076. 80 
7, 144, 825. 90 
2, 516, 532. 41 
5, 968, 628. 54 


1 














•"-. ...... 












1,. 


» ^ 












f 2 


®37.^.^ 


i,*923,"ii2.'96* 


i,* 898, 656." 66* 


*i," 795,' 827." 23' 


'i,'864,"252."i6' 


*i,'565,'i7i.'i6' 

y 


^ 



302 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D.— Comparative Table showing the Aggregats Bsgupisof 



4 

5 

6 

7 
8 



2 
3 



4 

5 
6 



DISTRICTS. 



YiBOiinA — continued. 



(Fourth (209) 

< Fourth (210). 
(Fourth (173) 
(Fifth (209) .. 

< Fifth (211) .. 
( Fiftih (212) . . 

Sixth (50) ... 
Sixth (213) .. 
' Sixth (173) .. 
Sixth (2U) .. 
Seventh (50) 
Eighth (29)!. 



Total. 



WB8T YIBOINIA. 



( First (50>... 
^ First (215).. 
(First (216).. 

Second (39). 

Third (50).. 



Tot«l. 



WISCONSIN. 



C First (85)..., 
{First (217)... 

! Second (218). 
Second (219). 
Second (220) . 
C Third (218) .. 
{Third (221).. 
Fourth (222) . 
Fifth (222) . . 
Sixth(35) . . . . 



Total. 



FISCAL TBAB8 ENDED JUNE 30— 



1863. 



$757. 68 



90, 358. 47 



90,358.47 



218, 645. 23 



62, 984. 55 



29, 049. 14 



50, 519. 31 

48, 049. 65 

59.00 



409, 306. 88 



1864. 



$70, 100. 03 



1865. 



$136, 315. 92 



137, 513. 72 



225, 685. 86 



126, 271. 10 



351,956.96 



640, 642. 76 



119,868.51 



45, 948. 32 



72. 116. 35 
73, 760. 12 
80,174.74 



1,032,510.80 



221, 273. 39 



1866. 



$348,939.74 



1,175,447.50 



499, 870. 94 



135, 887. 60 



635,758.54 



1, 114, 790. 80 



z86, 062. 22 



121,241.90 



718,492.82 



88, 201. 67 
213, 870. 60 



1, 020, 565. 09 



1,720,513.87 



360, 633. 95 



148, 783. 09 



151,719.36 

157, 419. 66 

14,520.73 



1, 845, 754. 67 



209, 592. 10 

202, 712. 69 

99,529.61 



mi. 



$116,126.26 



175,090.80 



157,636.44 



120,010.48 
82,174.74 



1,966,722.02 



719,765.02 



83,888.78 
140,870.61 



944,524.41 



1,617,207.43 



288,495.57 



116,667.10 



204,098.62 
145,119.20 
141,437.49 



2,i41,765.31 I 2,513,025.41 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



303 



[XTERNAL Revenue in each Collection District, etc.— Continaed. 







FISCAL YBABS ANDRD JUNK 30-- 






1868. 


1809. 


1870. 


1871. 


1872. 


1873. 


. 


$112,734.24 


$135,606.46 


$90,395.10 


178.194.56 


135,165.05 


|63, 204. 09 


\\ 














\ 


192, 169. 99 


359, 883. 21 


1,433,158.11 


1. 626, 511. 35 


1,600,407.77 


2, 246, 279. 28 


> •> 
















152, 599. 39 


143,461.65 


187, 616. 28 


188, 376. 36 


147, 271. 66 


177,117.49 


A* 














r 
















150. 445. 28 
35,436.29 


188,345.01 
15, 133. 07 


199, 224. 33 
41,907.35 


110,573.17 
46,026.60 


95, 4( 9. 63 
26. 569. 26 


89,924.02 
42, 719. 61 


7 


1, 783, 319. 60 


2,744,144.45 


5, 496, 351. 39 


5,319,272.69 


4, 939, 027. 93 


7, 343, 799. 29 




643, 21U. 61 


355,202.16 


388, 201. 17 


326, 086. 94 


345, 049. 65 


294,343.01 


I 1 














\ 


78,077.44 
70, 862. 63 


157, 635. 16 
50, 206. 10 


325, 809. 99 
42,955.99 


262, 740. 06 
38,493.94 


97,581.95 
22,973.74 


127,321.51 
27, 997. 07 


2 
3 


792,159.68 


563, 043. 42 


756, 967. 15 


627,320,94 


465,605.34 


449,661.59 




972,452.80 


1, 356, 909. 23 


1,796,214.81 


1,453,133.68 


1,601,413.76 


1,476,800.80 


|[ 1 


238, 564. 7] 


184, 032. 76 


165. 509. 62 


131,723.38 






) 




171,866.01 


165,515.94 


S 2 










5 


126, 247. 93 


82, 508. 61 


81, 184. 38 


63,954.31 






^« 




85,778.34 
40,503.69 
38,978.76 
61,685.99 


164, 673. 18 


152, 564. 50 


123, 384. 86 
108,873.19 
103, 332. 00 


121, 729. 71 

109, 048. 23 

89, 328. 28 


94,422.96 
104, 061. 66 
130,407.88 


4 


205, 974. 06 




5 


115, 610. 87 


74, 830. 99 


6 


1,811,414.87 


1.959,040.65 


2,363,015.03 


1,977,703.87 

— _ 


2, 000, 226. 55 


1,881,820.91 





304 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D. — Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Receipts op 



4 
5 

6 

7 
8 



DISTRICTS. 



y IBOINIA— continued . 



2 
3 



( Fourth (209) 
< Fourth (210) 
( Fourth (173) 

i Fifth (209).. 
Fifth (211).. 
Fifth (212).. 
f Sixth (50)-.. 
J Sixth (213)... 
1 Sixth (173).. 
[sixth (214).. 
Seventh (50) 
Eighth (29) . 



Total 

WEST VIRGINIA. 



(First (50).. 

< First (215) . 

(First (216). 
Second (39) 
Third (50) . 



Total 



WISCONSIN. 



1 

2 

3 

4 
5 
6 



C First (35)... 

{First (217).. 

( Second (218) 

< Second (219) 

( Second (220) 

S Third (218) . 

{ Third (221) . 

Fourth (222) 

Fifth (222).. 

Sixth (35)... 



Total 



FISCAL TBAB8 ENDED JUNE 30— 



1874. 



$09,910.57 
2,194,241; 68 
"159,629.49 



66, 333. 67 
35,257.82 



1875. 



$30,843.20 
148,335.86 



2, 212, 926. 10 
233,014.91 



175, 295. 03 



64, 452. 84 
48,352.81 



6, 308, 664. 96 I 7, 660, 921 . 20 



270,103.40 



256,382.22 



226, 742. 30 
19, 273. 06 



228, 433. 98 
24.052.00 



1876. 



$1,170,727.36 



1, 401, 946. 03 
'146,376.66 



52,908.37 
23,112.51 



7,314,393.64 



239,693.57 



176, 929. 77 
14,354.76 



1877. 



$1,313,799.65 



516, 118. 76 



1,027,241.09 

"167," 721.' 72 

'""i89,"965.*63 

""84,"636.'i6 



2, 369, 564. 00 



508, 868. 20 



2,306,038.00 



♦ 36. 31 
152,057.20 



180, 973. 52 

*65.85 

*13.23 

82, 892. 64 



2,722,076.75 



430, 978. 10 



2,859,406.01 
" £55," 278. 72 
""262,"782."78" 
"" 91.' 302." 80 



3, 308, 770. 31 



939, 454. 59 

998, 814. 22 

38, 159. 64 

185,462.37 



11,677.92 
14.949.94 



7. 932, 220. 78 



56,427.59 
224, 691. 39 



174,497.89 
5,413.72 



461,030.59 



2,459,820.30 

""i38,'837.'37 

'i79,'8i6."i9 

' "88," 965." 83 



2,867,439.69 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 305 

(nternai- Revenue in each Collection District, etc. — Continued. 



FISCAL TEARS ENDED JUNE 30— 




1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 








s 




' 


*. • 


^ 


$1,235,457.49 


$1,378,594.91 


$1,002,952.34 


$1,053,260.58 


$1,096,673.36 


^1.109, 739. 37 


V 


m 












•\ 














\ B 


1,563,350.83 


1,566,900.17 


1,602,624.13 


1, 763, 176. 49 

1 


1, 740, 374. 41 


1, 297, 237. 79 


r 

' 


215,304.87 


201,193.40 


254,982.89 


226, 778. 26 


234, 273. 12 


203,239.74 


6 










-•«••-•••••• •«• 


















7 














8 

















6,501,730.29 


6,448,546.88 


5,781,409.68 


6,063,105.75 


6, 22(5, 308. 30 


5, 078, 196. 35 












■1 




• 


286, 622. 62 


276, 753. 41 


308, 824. 72 


340, 703. 62 


366,323. 15 


335, 407. 57 


V 


39, 848. 95 


46,222.44. 


61,847.43 


111, 802. 71 


135, 953. 41 


211, 075. 92 


2 
8 






4 












322, 975. 85 


370, 672. 15 


452, 596. 33 


502, 276. 56 


546.483.49 






2,200,128.58 


2, 214, 102. 88 


2,373,693.87 


2, 560, 688. 30 


2.535,264.81 


h 














1 


142,657.44 


145, 468. 47 


> 155,505.99 


169,982.52 


198, 570. 39 


193, 820. 09 


V 










' 




1' 

4 


192, 700. 30 


192, 022. 73 


212, 824. 49 


229,859.40 


258, 9i)3. 53 


278,364.03 








• 


/ 




5 


92, 606. 25 


89,982.42 


116, 083. 43 


136,559.22 


174, 053. 00 


190, 050. 19 





2,431,30L23 


2, 627, 602. 20 


2, 698, 516. 79 


2,910,095.01 


3,193,115.22 


3,197,499.12 





H. Ex, 4 ^20 



306 



D.- 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

COMPAKATIVK TABLB SHOWING THE AGGBEGATE RECEIPTS OP 





DISTRICTS. 


nSCAL VEARS ENDED JUNK 30— 




1884. 


1885. 


1886. ' 


1887. 


1888. 




VIEGINIA— contiDued. 
f Fourth f209) 












4 


< Fonrth (210> 


$97, 392. 94 
632, 703. 09 










C Fourth a73) 


d(7»0. 1»4. 04 


$657, 490. 26 


$619, 758. 67 






CFifth (209) 






5 


< Fifth (211) 


1 






C Fifth (212) 


98, 634. 34 










? Sixth (50) 










Sixth (213) 


21, 686. 43 
704, 596. 70 










6 


1 Sixth (173) 


804,131.80 


775, 026. 94 


727, 370. 17 






Sixth (214) 


$1,4()6,786.47 


7 
8 


Seventh (50) 










Eiffhth (29) 












Total 














3,232,726.10 3,052,639.72 


2,982,727.70 


2,923.394.64 


3,253,165.72 




WEST VIKGINTA. 
f First (50) 








■ 






1 


< First (215) 


20, 945. 74 

525, 023. 56 

14,358.98 










CFirst (216) 


543, 188. 59 


486, 062. 88 


538,266.42 


565,278.66 


o 


Second (39) 


3 


Third (50) 










Total 





******"*'*"*** 










560, 328. 28 


543, 188. 59 


486,062.88 


538,266.42 


565,27^66 




WISCONSIN. 
CFlFst (35) 




2,400,035.32 


2,465,958.58 


2,508,601.80 


2, 536, 600. 62 


"2,'6i7,"i80."46" 


1 


> First (217) 




C Senond (218) 










9 


< Second (219) . . 


155, 457. 97 


151,412.77 


156, 746. 69 


166,560.81 






(Second (220) 


397,965.83 




C Third (218) 








" 


3 


) Third (221) 


251, 749. 72 


241,745.40 


247, 272. 61 


269,695.18 




A 


Fourth (222) 




K 


Fifth (22*2) • 












6 


Sixth (35) 


186, 512. 61 


173. 901. 03 


182, 695. 53 


207,107.40 






Total 


^^^ 




2, 993, 755. 62 


3,033,017.78 3,095,316.63 


3, 179, 964. 01 


2,985,446.09 









vm' 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 



807 



Internal Rbvenue in each Collection District, etc.— Continued. 



FISCAL TBABB ENDED JUNE 30— 


Total. 




188BL 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1803. 


1894. 












1 

1 

1 ■ 
i _, 


$1, 277, 587. 21 
9,606,933.86 
2, 640, 086. 06 

12.040,668.29 
2, 664,^15. 53 

10, 631, 112. 38 
1,672,940.06 
1,542,921.08 
3,011,125.61 
8, 926, 636. 91 
1,149,304.72 
411,640.00 


\' 










1 










1 




1 




• •••••.•»•.•«..,.•••••. •••...!. ••..••. ..•«•• 


\' 








t 








1 








■^••-•-•■•••««l..*.. •••••*«.. 




) 








1 


*■ • •• 


f ® 








I 
••••••••••••.. -- 




$1,465,990.23 


$1,593,082.53 


$1,310,015.68 


$1, 119, 585. 29 


$i;C48,296.12 


$98:>,8804 59 


7 














8 




' 












3,303,626.48 


8,516,195.40 


3,208,066.34 


2,915,412.52 


2,912,548.28 


2,548,051.75 


130, 291, 682. 13 
















5,428,882.43 
2,160,362.22 
7,713,434.40 
2,911,129.04 
671,324.22 


2 














781,663.47 


904,669.97 


842,676.87 


807,588.36 


854,634.66 


864,380.96 














3 
















781,663.47 


904,669/97 


842,676.87 


807,588.36 


854,634.66 


864,380.96 


18,885,132,81 
















47,319,642.57 
22,479,680.59 
l,837,9n.58 
2,587,460.10 
3,105,823.86 
815,584.78 
3,379,126.43 
1,220,717.81 
1,194.010.45 
2,809,166.09 


1> 


2,605,300.41 


2,939,87L10 


3,219,448.31 


3,310,401.40 


3,671,037.70 


4, 026, 141. 21 














401.195.51 


402, 782. 27 


400,228.91 


484,297.98 


557,702.65 


491, 650. 91 












• 














4 


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




1 ' 






5 














6 


' 














8,096,495.92 


3,342,653.37 ,3,619,677.22 

1 


3,794,699.38 


4,^,740.35 


4, 517, 792. 12 


86,749,123.76 





I 



i 



308 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



D.— CompAbativb Tablb showing thb AGGRseATB Receipts 



1 



6- 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 

19 

20 

21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

80 

31 

82 
33^ 
34 

35 

36 
37 
88 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



1 

2 
3 

4 

5 
6 



STATES AND TERRITOKIES. 



Alabama 

Arizona (4) 

Arkansas 

C California (14) 

^ California (15) 

C Colorado (16) 

^ Colorado (17) 

C Connecticut (35) 

\ Connectiont (23) 

Dakota (24) 

( Delaware (25) 

{ Delaware (26) 

C Delaware (27) 

District of Columbia (28 

Florida 



Georgia 

Idaho (24) 

Illinois 

Indiana ^. 

Iowa 

Kansas (a) — 

Kentucky 

C Louisiana (35) . 
I Lonisiana (75) 

Maine (36) 

C Maryland (85). 
i Maryland (84). 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 



Mississippi (35) 

Missoori 

(Montana (24) 

< Mon lana (104) 

(Montana (105) 

C Nebraska (24) 

> Nebraska (106) 

5 Nevada (107) 

i Nevada, (108) 

< New Hampshire (35) . 
I New Hampshire (111) 

New Jersey 

C New Mexico (4) 

I New Mexico (116) 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

y Oregon (6) (45) 

^Oregon (168) 

Pennsylvania 

Bhodelslahd (35) 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah (24) 

Vermont (35) i 

Virginia 

Washington (45) 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming (16) 



FISCAL TEARS BNDBD JUNE 30— 



1863. 



$631,831.83 
'" 21,078.' 85 
i," 552,614. 86 



167,467.62 
"45," 349.' 77 



Total by States and Territories 

Adhesive stamps 1 . . 

Salaries 

Passports through Department of State 

Fines, penalties, etc., reported by United States officers other 
than collectors of internal revenue 

Collections on articles produced in the late insurrectionary dis- 
tricts, made by special Treasury agents 

Collections made by contract under act of May 8, 1872, and cov- 
ered into the Treasury 



Aggregate receipts, including commissions allowed on sales of 
adhesive stamps 



_ ;regate receipts, exclusive of commissions allowed on sales 
of adhesive stamps 



2, 012, 502. 46 

924. 004. 21 

285, 962. 71 

38, 906. 46 

1,382,771.89 
154,341.17 



514,636.38 
961,406.38 



4. 830, 500. 86 

344, 418. 97 

59,561.27 



1,184,326.90 



12,338.45 
'22,"964.'60' 



483, 692. 09 



1,227,444.10 
9, 318. 00 



9, 241, 038. 60 



3, 217, 480. 72 
61,304.39 



5,226,486.25 
826, 950. 42 



6, 140. 96 

202, 336. 44 

757.68 

8, 263. 40 

90,358.47 

409, 306. 88 



36, 158, 792. 93 

4, 140, 175. 29 

696, 181. 71 

8, 043. 00 



1864. 



$1,676,388.37 



41,160.28 
3," 272,' sis.' 95 



391,024.61 
'365,- 983.' 74 



9, 897, 970. 87 
3,398,219.97 
632. 336. 74 
65,440.05 
3, 946, 092. 99 
2,274,542.70 



1,294,093.97 
3,010,822.93 



12, 173, 222. 22 

1,201,086.71 

87,700.52 



3,307,450.57 



26,795.91 
" *79,'784.'33 
'i,'674,'267."28 



3,116,358.16 
10,941.09 



27,215,720.62 



12, 224, 459. 73 
104,027.80 



14,029,528.56 
1,984,968.57 



602,705.93 



13,748.14 

463, 052. 50 

137, 513. 72 

22,394.92 

351, 956. 96 

1,032,510.80 



V 



109, 526, 788. 2L 
5, 894, 945. 14^ 
1,705,124. 
10, 515. 



8, 375. 



41, 003, 192. 93 



117,146,748.^^ 



41,003,192.93 



116,9(>5,57a 



COMMISSIONER OP INTERNAL RBVENUE. 
OF Intbrnal Rb^kn0e, by States and TBRRiTOKins. 



309 



FISCAL YEARS ENDED JlTNE 30— 

1 ■ 




1865. 


1866. 


1867. 


1868. 


1869. 


1870. 






$4,132,311.05 


$4, 119, 130. 23 

2,665.23 

1,752,157.18 

6,757,131.69 


$4,279,605.81 

13,900.75 

844,389.99 

6,562,526.45 


$472,316.26 

11,315.21 

144,985.07 

4,529,547.44 


$505,700117 
' 15,615.43 
369^284.10 
4.602.439.31) 


1 




9 




266,147.11 
4,928,808.63 


8 


$3,944,062.48 


4 


132.392.50 


150, 6U. 13 


151,686.51 


119,219.96 


60,999.26 


* 73,9io,34> 


5 


6,576,064.21 


9,63(3,687.90 


7,682,970.67 


4,400,398.37 


2,340,506.96 


'2,664,477.14? 


6 






1, 900. 02 
785,967.28 


10,210.05 
588,254.00 


10,900.14 
425,106.47 


8,7i6.6i 
451,986.70^ 


7 


819,902.34 


1,013,723.31 


8 












::::::::::::::::.j 




748, 631. 94 


766, 825. 55 

98,215.22 

4,808,577.00 

79,518.84 

15,397,463.81 

5, 417, 336. 50 

2, 716, 330. 61 

359,363.62 

6,922,122.48 

6, 197, 813. 87 


704, 202. 28 

657,988.56 

4,487,440.90 

81, 236. 90 

12,112,985.84 

4, 122, 863. 08 

2,074,052.35 

367, 543. 10 

5,415,134.02 

6, 226, 787. 86 


485,365.87 

402, 745. 57 

6,146,964.69 

95, 413. 89 

7, 564, 886. 61 

2, 342, 327. 38 

1, 182, 230. 22 

253,938.05 

4,139,414.09 

3,826,415.67 


446,045.18 

71,699.13 

1,010,281.57 

78,105.69 

13, 063, 256. 87 

8, 869, 757. 30 

1,558,264.95 

244,763.89 

7,547,269.73 

1, 902, 115. 88 


614. 482. 20 

106,31^.42 

1, 144, 241. 38 

66, 424. 05 

18, 364, 366. 66 

5,045,023.82 

1,377,981.34 

343, 231. 15 

9, 887, 623. 73 

2, 981, 524. 02? 

1^ 




10 


»• 


11 


t 


12 


4,821.243.48 

1,746,758.25 

215, 318. 69 

4,857,133.94 

, 1,714,502.46 


13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 


2, 618, 823. 23 
5.422,763.93 


2,822,862.70 
7, 768, 672. 17 


2, 326, 380. 00 
6, 162, 177. 85 


1, 594, 080. 34 
4, 281, 053. 25 


669, 906. 40 
4,647,692.76 


807, 224. 36 
6, 438, 472. 91 ( 
\ 


19 
20 


25,250,362.30 
2,602,437.79 


34, 989, 208. 33 

3,480,831.94 

381,911.07 

781,261.03 

7,489,908,23 

113,280.00 


28, 688*677." 60 

3,112,070.47 

452, 104. 42 

4,583,182.77 

6,494,095.53 

77, 431. 14 


17.751, 222. 67 
2, 757, 816. 33 

368, 390. 72 
3, 751, 872. 48 
4, 913. 361. 02 

108, 284. 30 


9,272,435.41 

2, 642, 514. 12 

368, 337. 80 

194,129.47 

6, 295, 804. 63 

64,336.33 


. 10, 684, 090. 19 

2,918,987.30 

467,879.15 

284, 792. 49 

6,004,278.11 

103, 655. 55^ 


21 
22 
28 
24 


5,480,303.60 
36,022.93 


26 
26 








^ 




::;::;::::;::. :::i 




57,418.74 


100, 874. 78 


107,975.34 


127, 735. 11 


161,388.48 


308, 501. 51) 


27 


288,042.19 


283,407.96 


290,174.24 


308, 970. 17 


229,577.18 


188,027.45> 


28 


2, 544, 781. 72 


3,480,348.74 


2,882,147.20 


1,941,493.45 


651, 348. 02 


632,407.88? 


29 


7,389,310.32 
49, 042. 98 


.10,191,966.82 
71,358.16 


7, 890, 262. 61 
64, 365. 39 


6, 095, 200. 22 
57,435.04 


3,792,361.61 
43,615.43 


4, 075, 360. 85 
46, 927. 22? 


30 
31 


53,708,375.16 
" 16,022,' 924.78" 


71,922,529.11 
414,407.05 

25, 782, 509. 69 
279,444.77 


58, 825, 159. 06 

1,648,752.35 

19, 902, 527. 66 

351,450.16 


39, 395, 787. 64 

1, 977, 285. 05 

12, 224, 617. 55 

350, 327. 83 


35, 716, 423. 18 
750, 535. 98 

16, 116, 547. 77 
171,898.09 


36,361,550.38 
1,398,719.95 
19,568,743.80 
329,212.01? 


32 
33 
34 

35 


30,289,241.48 
4,312,780.88 


39.941,599.32 

6, 121, 938. 10 

986,485.71 

3, 381, 840. 66 

1,573,299.53 

62,008.22 
1,202,403.73 
1,175,447.60 

48, 030. 85 
1, 020, 565. 09 
2,741,765.31 


27,580,633.30 

5.049.974.00 

1,816,894.21 

3,349,459.51 

3,211,863.59 

64, 296. 34 

986, 279. 35 

1,966,722.02 

78, 911. 80 

944,524.41 

2,513,025.41 


18, 269, 445. 60 

2, 852, 574. 89 

2, 634, 800. 88 

3,717,010.04 

1, 802, 023. 41 

48, 985. 36 

622, 274. 11 

1, 783, 319. 60 

70, 101. 27 

792, 159. 68 

1, 811, 414. 87 


15, 470, 400. 02 

1,286,394.74 

353, 860. 11 

1, 255, 781. 12 

483,217.87 

67,971.40 

318,672.56 

2,744,144.45 

49,367.43 

563,043.42 

1, 959, 040. 65 

. 5, 106. 60 


16,748,704.05 

1,282,376.69 

412, 039. 69 

1,470,859.67 

390, 954. 83 

46,296.41 

362,316.65 

6,496,351.39 

83, 272. 63 

756,967.15 

2,863,015.03 

25,879.82 


36 
37 

38 


1,605,263.41 


39 
40 


41, 728. 03 
897, 586. 55 
221,273.89 

76, 740. 63 

685,758.54 

1,846,754.87 


41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 












197, 112, 393. 08 

11, 162, 392. 14 

2,826,333.37 

25,675.29 

2,735.29 


289,931.115.20 

15, 044, 373. 18 

3, 717, 394. 69 

29,759.00 

210,234.38 

1,974,107.72 


248, 124, 761. 33 

. 16,094,718.00 

1, 029, 991. 98 

27, 101. 00 

579,640.19 

64,262.15 


175, 257, 250. 86 

14, 852, 252. 02 

1,043,561.40 

27, 500. 00 


143,027.968.76 

16,420,710.01 

561. 962. 52 

28,683.00 


107,560,107.49 

16,5i4,043.06 

1,109,526.42 

22,191.00 


1 

2 
8 

4 


1 






6 










6 




1 












211,129,529.17 


310,906,984.17 


265, 920, 474. 05 


191, 180, 564. 28 


160,039,344.29 


185,235,867.97 




210,855,864.63 


310,120,448.13 


205,064,938.43 


190,374,925.59 


159,124,126.86 


184,302,828.34 





310 



ANKUAIi REPORT OF THE 



D.— COMPARATTVIB TABLE SHOWING THE AGGBEOATE RECEIPTS 



1 
2 
3 



5 

6 

7 

8 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 

10 

20 

21 
22 

23 
24 
25 

28 

27 

28 

20 

30 

31 

32 
33 
34 

35 

36 
37 
38 
30 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



1 
2 
3 

4 



6 



Alabama 

Arisona (4) : 

Arkansas 

C California (14) 

i California (15) 

5 Colorado (16) 

) Colorado (17) ., 

( Connecticut (35) 

{ Connecticut (23) 

Dakota (24) 

( Delaware (25) 

< Delaware (26)., 

, i Delaware (27) 

District of Columbia (28) 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho (24) , 

Dlluois 

Indiana 

Iowa 



STATES AND TERRITORIES. 



Kansas (a) 

Kentucky 

( Louisiana (35) . 
( Louisiana (75) . 

Maine (35) 

( Maryland (35) . 
I Maryland (84) . 

Massachusetts- 

Michigan 

Minnesota 



Mississippi (35) 

Missouri 

(Montana (24) 

< Montana (104) 

( Montana (105) 

5 Nebraska (24) 

i Nebraska (106) 

CNevada(107) 

{ Nevada (108) 

( New Hampshire (35) . . 
I New Hampshire (111). 

New Jersey , 

< New Mexico (4) 

i New Mexico (116) 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 



5 Oregon (6) (45) 

(Oregon (168) 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island (35) 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah (24) 

Vermont /35) 

Virginia jfi. 

Washington (45) ^ 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming (16) 



Total by States and Territories 

Adhesive stamps 

Salaries 

Passports through Department of State 

Fines, penalties, etc., rei>orted by United States officers other 

than collectors of Internal revenue 

Collections on articles produced in the late insurrectionary 

districts, nuMle by special Treasury agents — 

Collections made by contract under act of May 8, 1872, and 

covered into the Treasury 



Agoregate receipts, including commissions allowed on sales of 
aahesive stamps 



Aggregate receipts, exclusive of commissions allowed on sales 
of adhesive stamps ■ 



FsgAU nass ENDBD jum a&— 



1871. 



$363,758.37 

16,889.07 

130,524.47 

3,606,921.58 



69,993.65 



1,486,870.91 



7,130.43 
444, 018. 11 



267, 

121, 

736, 

53, 

15, 119, 

4,798, 

1,081. 

236, 

e,514, 

1.912. 



809.27 
030.56 
944.02 
010.97 
609.02 
468.90 
841.24 
766.04 
140.54 
755.25 



412,096.48 
3, 703, 854. 80 



6.801,074.68 

2,639,670.28 

252,582.98 

238,257.43 

5, 005, 075. 89 

82,104.98 



224,368.92 
£63,634.63' 



396,926.97 



2,458, 
34, 



600.26 
811.08 



28,870, 

1,362, 

15, 149, 

156, 



402.06 
268.19 
489.11 
547.64 



12,535, 
672, 
258, 
874, 
350, 

39, 

279, 

5, 319, 

36, 
627, 

10, 



521.68 
493. 14 
719.99 
221.65 
680.42 
995.71 
332. 70 
272.60 
753.01 
320.94 
703.87 
845.25 



127,873,100.23 

15, 342, 730. 46. 

787, 262. 55 

8,065.00 



144,011,176.24 



143, 198. 322. 10 



1872. 



$238,160.14 

15,578.56 

04,301.22 

3,053,517.39 



63.272,34 
i,'264.'6i4.'64' 



5,985.81 
400,101.26 



216, 

99, 

583, 

23, 

15,799, 

5,441, 

1,067, 

161, 

5,847, 

1,627, 



099.56 
455.64 
160.18 
974.31 
667.30 
802.72 
790.62 
371.91 
468.44 
782.26 



302,128.05 
3,791,209.61 



6,329,060.67 

2,399,972.35 

248, 079. 43 

133,675.44 

4,618,218.51 

28,955.04 



105, 608. 91 



77,359.23 
'364,*235.'96 



2,401, 
23, 



23,483, 

1.108, 

14,905. 

125, 



729.18 
624.79 
229.21 
541.86 



0.227, 

636, 

190, 

766, 

322, 

30. 

158, 

4,939, 

23, 

465. 

2.000. 

6. 



091.25 
926.73 
181.49 
840.20 
359.20 
480.84 
847.13 
027.93 
890.32 
605.34 
226.55 
727.27 



115,299.061.48 

16, 177, 320. 60 

294,561.65 



131,770,046.78 



130,800,096.90 



433.81 I 
755.88 ! 



"^ 



COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 
OF Internal Rkvkndk by States and Territories — ^Coutinned. 



311 



FISCAL 7BAR8 ENDED JT7NE 30^ 




1873. 


1874. 


1875. 


1876. 


1877. 


1878. 




$152,493.35 

13, 562. 73 

88, 861. 02 

, 2,367,911.07 


$135,792.61 

10,042.69 

68,876.94 

2,481,841.50 


$115, 689. 37 

10,263.06 

75.377.44 

2,988,033.26 


$109, 340. 97 

11,976.36 

68, 201. 08 

3,095,039.90 


$108, 010. 00 

15,520, 47 

85, 850. 09 

2,749,693.74 


$137, 969. 57 
20, 371. 01 
115, 736. 77 
2,146,789.46> 


1 
2 
3 

4 


1 75,749.64 


64, 855. 38 


70,531.82 


72,668.-57 


76, 774. 58 


83," 507. 90) 

( 


6 


/ 873, 984. 99 


580, 379. 11 


627,717.96 


658,114.61 


661, 420. 26 


580,335.59) 


6 


7, 597. 36 
429, 392. 84 


11, 944. 28 
357,653.83 


10, 040. 18 
360,331.03 


12,156.86 
417,692.83 


22, 395. 76 

98,582.04 

349,888.44 

21,704.83 

26,017.94 

165,890.81 

278,879.30 

16, 561. 60 

21,870,203.14 

6,037,220.27 

810, 399. 78 

139, 763. 33 

9,534,424.95 

626,440.26 


29,'954'2() 

\ 


7 





;:::::::.: ( 


8 










480,937.00) 




133,424.58 


115, 573. 57 

133, 675. 34 

384, 622. 55 

18,832.25 

15, 419, 720. 89 

4,823,495.59 

933,261.16 

149^757.65 

6,950,279.42 

982,464.68 


112, 226. 69 

184, 777. 59 

388, 226. 84 

19, 136. 00 

17, 634, 628. 71 

4,653,789.05 

1, 040, 217. 69 

133, 685. 86 

9, 025, 587. 88 

606,264.38 


114, 599. 26 

174, 257. 70 

862, 726. 44 

16,993.82 

23,730,694.18 

5,579,126.27 

1,212,617.93 

150,604.43 

7,705,592.76 

529,787.68 


9 


158, 142. 21 

477, 959, 90 

19, 275. 80 

16,493,169.34 

5, 678, 052. 51 

1,012,997.29 

161, 469. 76 

5,456,628.47 

1,339,607.30 


183, 823. 38 

333,519.90 

19,777.61 

19, 668, 791. 32 

6,710,837.56 

958.851.13 

153, 357. 50 

6,880,614.16 

860,641.46) 


10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 


214,696.26 
2,653,801.83 


128,089.45 
2,351,107.33 


107, 473. 15 
2,760,736.57 


90,655.97 
2, 577, 579. 12 


79, 620. 89 
2,705,246.10 


70,'695."78 

2,320,795.24) 


19 
20 


3, 761, 004. 95 

231, 404. 94 

128, 079. 31 

4,259,320.15 


2, 792, 302. 71 

1, 788, 080. 12 

227,355.55 

107, 619. 11 

4,325,486.05 

29, 027. 76 


2, 708, 014. 29 

1,931,284.80 

228,362.45 

96, 967. 92 
4,594,875.31 

23, 666. 10 


2,752,215.87 

2, 066, 163. 80 

248, 776. 18 

85, 165. 44 
2,981,941.51 

20,982.80 


2, 668, 726. 56 

1,821,882.00 

239,461.70 

78,063.30 
4,450,067.73 

20,729.58 


2,424,' 363." 77 

1,602,803.34 

275, 002. 76 

86, 824. 03 

6,071,233.42 

27,103.88^ 


21 
22 
23 
24 
26 

26 








• 




"■■■■ "" 'i 




242, 962. 38 


276,386.52 


» 292,472.30 


502,395.59 


602,743.36 


699,821.37) 


27 


72,305.32 


52, 549. 45 


58, 803. 30 


67,923.13 


68,312.43 


59,617.46) 


28 


325, 455. 36 


248, 679. 19 


299,389.55 


260, 261. 28 


.234,998.99 


■ >■«■■.. -. -1 

228, 188. 11) 


29 


2,567,442.37 
23. 237. 51 


1,725,626.73 
18, 417. 78 


2, 363, 469. 41 
22, 066. 19 


3, 779, 949. 88 
22, 161. 60 


4,987,960.90 
17,710.76 


6,' 095," 325! 19 

19, 325. 36) 


30 
31 


19,219,504.52 

1,408,321.72 

14,851,309.45 

73,544.48 


15, 182, 362. 62 

1, 485, 731. 24 

14, 985, 411. 15 

46, 773. 16 


15,238,881.81 

1, 630, 423. 58 

14,662,720.17 

47,939.64 


14,616,723.99 

1,671,138.29 

16,587,908.61 

49, 572. 62 


14,462,178.57 

1,776,847.99 

15,474,689.79 

53, 100. 28 


14,951,519.56 

1,818,459.92 

14,770,506.37 

. 60,682.89) 


32 
33 
34 

35 


7,826,275.69 

324,552.17 

167,213.58 

644,480.76 

272,325.77 

40. 786. 23 

75,860.40 

7,343,799.29 

15,698.64 

449, 661. 50 

1,881,820:91 

10,652.94 


6,373,672.41 

233,164.81 

108,580.91 

664,717.18 

272, 638. 13 

41, 684. 39 

56, 316. 94 

6,308,664.96 

17, 999. 02 

516,118.76 

2, 369, .564. 00 

11, 233. 38 


6,157,960.04 
231, 978. 00 
1^2,277.92 

861. 645. 28 

258. 297. 29 
31,899.68 
58, 582. 18 

7, 660, 921. 20 

21, 146. 60 

508, 868. 20 

2,722,076.75 
11, 942. 11 


5,973,431.80 

222,672.63 

105, 803. 91 

596, 713. 67 

245, 708. 74 

33, 331. 86 

47, 125. 15 

7, 314, 393. 64 

20, 411. 13 

430, 978. 10 

3, 308, 770. 31 

15,063.37 


6, 279, 046. 33 

233,164.87 

105,632.56 

897, 181. 73 

237,949.10 

28,438.13 

50, 093. 11 

7,932,220.78 

21,373.46 

461, 030. 59 

2,867,439.69 

15,204.45 


6, 917, 421. 76 

246, 759. 65 

119, 241. 69 

844,485.08 

266, 932. 14 

43,936.23 

44,339.49 

6, 501, 730. 29 

23,011.00 

326,471.57 

2,431,301.23 

15, 207. 28 


36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 


106,255,637.51 

7,702,376.85 

117,541.72 


96, 368, 430. 25 

6, 136, 844. 64 

139,472.09 


103,771,664.60 

6, 5i">7, 229. e.'i 

232.64 


110, 718, Oil. 03 

6, 518, 487. 51 

588. 27 


112, 544, 657. 31 

6, 450, 429. 15 

97.79 


104, 717, 320. 36 
6,380,405.13 


1 
2 




2 














A 














• 

5 






. 216,027.34 






. . ...< 


A 


- ^ 













114,075,456.08 


102, 644, 746. 08 


110, 545, 154. 23 


- 

117, 237, C86. 81 


118,995,184.25 


Ill, 097, 725. 49 




113,504,012.80 


102, 191, 016. 98 


110, 071, 515. 00 


116,768,096.22 


118,549,230.26 


110^654,163.37 





312 



ANNUAL RfiPORT OP TIIE 



D. — Comparative Table showing the Aggregatk Receipts 



1 

3 



6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 

19 

20 

21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

2fl 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 
33 
34 

35 

3d 
87 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
4ff 
47 



1 
2 
3 
4 



STATteS AND TERRITORIES. 



Alabama 

Arizona (4) 

Arkansas 

C California {U) j . . 

{California (15) 

C Colorado (16) 

{Colorado (17) 

C Connecticut (36) 

1 Oinnecticnt (23) 

DakntA (24) 

(Delaware (25)..^ 

2 Delaware (26) 

( Delaware (27) 

District of Colombia (28) 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho (24) 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 



1I8CAL YEAB8 ENDED JUNE 30— 



1879. 



$122,234.38 

24, 470. 87 

115, 219. 57 

2,217,498.69 



114, 936. 39 
523," 258.' 67 
'33,'692.'79 



378, 684. 39 



Kansas (a) 

Kentncky 

C Louisiana (35) 

) Louisiana (75) 

Maine (35) 

C Maryland (35) 

{Maryland (84) 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi (35) 

Missouri 

(Montana (24) 

< Montana (104) 

(Montana (105) 

5 Nebraska (24) 

{Nebraska (106)... 

C Nevada (107) 

{Nevada (108) 

C New Hampshire (35).. 
{ New Hampshire (111). 

, New Jersey 

C New Mexico (4) , 

{New Mexico (116) 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 



200, 424. 73 

322, 770. 60 

21,883.88 

19, 470, 641. 75 

6, 851, 1(3. 83 

839,445.39 

176, 935. 57 

7,672.945.94 

588,595.99 



75, 531. 22 
2, 266, 672. 10 



2,435,668.66 

1, 654, 043. 34 

305, 708. 76 

87, 271. 68 
5, 026, 806. 48 

30, 084. 53 



C Oregon (b) (45) . . . 
{Oregon (168) 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island (35) 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah (24) 

Vermont (35) 

Virginia 

Waahington (45).. 

West Virginia 

"Wisconsin 

Wyoming (16) 



876,309.81 

6i,263.66 

'222.898" 88 



4, 670, 215. 14 
18,898.42 



15,445.80L99 

2, 413, 368. 77 

15. 894, 567. 08 

68, 471. 12 



Total by States and Territories. 

Adhesive stamps ^ 

Salaries 



5, 946, 782. 36 

230, 583. 17 

105, 233. 91 

908, 924. 44 

251,062.32 

47,413.02 

50, 159. 59 

6,448,546.88 

30, 277. 11 

322,975.85 

2, 627, 602. 20 

14,197.44 



107,212,082.81 
6, 706, 384. 06 



Passports through Department of State 

Fines, penalties, etc., reported by United States officers other 
than collectors of internal revenue 

Collections on articles produced in the late insurrectionary dis- 
tricts, made by special Treasury agents 



spec: 
Collections made by contract under act of May 8, 1872, and 
covered into the Treasury 



Aggregate receipts, including commissions allowed on sales of 
adhesive stamps 

Aggre^te receipts, exclusive of commissions allowed on sales 
of adhesive stamps 



113,918,466.87 



113,449,621.38 



1880. 



1135,890.38 

26, 984. 10 

126, 089 12 

2, 783, 634. 64 



168,259.54 
*46i,i86.'i3 
"*4i,"«53."29 



304,398.21 



204, 590. 53 

322. 074. 18 

22,665.^4 

23,035,614.49 

6,213,636.49 

854,859.78 

252,734.01 

8,885,544.90 

712, 049. 65 



76,767.87 
2,393,957.01 



2,635,653.10 

1,611,757.99 

364,689.64 

91, 233. 50 
5, 449, 654. 08 

33,714.17 



912, 734. 86 

*66*455."i9 

'278,"i39*08 



4, 207, 807. 81 
31,850.93 



16, 249, 877. 34 

2, 354, 006, 71 

18,018,998.90 

76, 981. 70 



6, 869. 930. 65 

210. 883. 98 

111, 960. 78 

1,003,735.86 

233, 106. 55 

74, 352. 48 

50,545.74 

5, 781, 409. 58 

27, 018. 34 

370,672.15 

2,698,516.79 

15,947.95 



116,848,219.80 
7, 668, 394. 22 



124, 516, 614. 



123,981,916.11 




COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENDE. 



313 



OF Internal Revenue by States and Territories — Continued. 



_ h > ■ , , ., ,. 1 , . 1 ■ — . _______^— 

FISCAL YBABS ENDED JUNK 30— 




1881. 


1882. 

1 


: 1883. 


1«84. 


1885. 


1886. 




$130,651.39 
38, 008. 21 


$140. 532. 02 

45, 464. 31 

109, 039. 36 

4,127,177.51 


$108,673.85 

40, 007. 72 

97, 715. 53 

4, 002, 373. 14 


' $85, 398. 33 

2,714.91 

91, 009. 87 

799,751.22 

2,585,014.73 

20,918.02 

175, 081. 48 

428, 370. 03 


$73,815.34 


$81,088.0^ 


1 
2 


132,086.94 
3,613,390.86 


87, 292. 48 

2,379,770.63 

233, 389. 50 


94,893.08 
2, 090, 794. 84> 


3 
4 


215, 051. 06 


247,264.09 


216,100.47 


m 




195, 194. 89 
412, f 26. 10 


26i,482.46( 

461, 971. 84? 

.............. ...^ 


5 


579,690.02 


565, 801. 28 


506, 990. 84 


6 


48, 603. 66 


67,436.83 


86,874.58 


9, 664. 22 






7 






\ 














:::::;:::::::::::> 


8 


311,066.76 


350, 906. 37 


293,636.48 


210,327.24 


244, 184. 44 


244,476.25) 


9 


254,889.51 

364,133.48 

25, 800. 17 


280, 227. 32 

359, 360. 88 

31, 908. 27 

28,252,417.37 

6.485,356.94 

1, 843, 904. 74 

264, 013. 05 

10,531,236.14 

918, 899. 19 


243,545.33 

395,661.03 

35,079.88 

25, 977, 525. 39 

5, 592, 719. 85 

4, 062, 720. 07 

239, 762. 97 

15,387,077 63 

738,666.46 


178, 56?. 09 

379, 741.y84 

2,634.11 

23,620,484.80 

5, 618, 512. 22 

2,757,416.53 

167,351.37 

18, 583, 172. 16 

560, 184. 89 


218, 837. 09 
316,441.40 


237,271.82 
304,384.29 


10 
11 
12 


2o, 784, 681. 51 

7,281.253.48 

923,776.98 

239, 527. 33 

'8,719,162.21 

760,618.92 


23.075.864.61 

4, 031, 866. 00 

. 2, 222, 059. 15 

170, 202. 02 

14,842,475.44 

538,814.89 


23, 852, 252. 60 

4,873,230.48 

2, 547, 340. 94 

204.145.48 

15, 746, 940. 59 

552, 115. 30> 


13 
14 
15 
16 

17 

18 


82,457.05 
2,483,463.41 


85, 259. 83 
2,822,238.28 


72, 893. 32 
3,429,152.74 


56, 599. 19 
3, 146, 491. 15 


53, 950. 16 
2, 774, 384. 20 


57, 800. 79 
2,462,092.46) 


19 
20 


2,699,681.20 

1,787,275.27 

445, 140. 33 

96, 122. 19 
e, 470, 349. 39 

44. 881. 6i 


2,937,350.07 

2, 003, 191. 05 

528,401.94 

94, 098, 90 
7,542,487.94 

68,001.31 


2,753,661.97 

1, 882, 451. 69 

535,461.96 

60,479.64 
7,680,411.40 

75, 542. 81 


2, 396. 590. 05 

1, 410, 380. 97 

493, 982. 05 

50, 449. 53 

6,473,806.51 

6,986.55 

118,383.13 


2, 287, 453. 96 

1, 528, 155. 16 

492,704.97 

47,951.13 

6,276,165.85 


^ 2, 202, 678.' 83 

1, 671, 904. 45 

534, 532. 31 

47, 062. 35 

7,060,651.99 

) 


21 
22 
28 
24 
25 




8, 272. 09 
82,293.11 


...;:.;::... .::::s 


26 








90,840.37^ 
> 




962, 064. 86 


1,108,391.15 


1,320,517.24 


153, 668. 18 

1, 362, 148. 25 

3,827.20 




1,971,296.12 


1,674, 018. 12f 
) 


27 


53, 421. 41 


49,103.93 


40,870.72 




^^•••••« >•••*• 


55, 938. 66 
• 883, 478. 83 


62, 148. 42^ 
378,787..72> 


28 


309,720.94 


349, 942. 04 


352, 998. 08 


390, 136. 72 


29 


4,873,676.31 


5, 451. 633. 60 
55.903.88 


5,424,457.78 
54,037.46 


3,477,222.72 

3, 874. 89 

65,264.68 

18, 760, 384. 10 

1, 760, 966. 74 

13,620,264.56 

10,890.36 

117,384.72 

7,888,700.02 

130,44t8.11 

93, 896. 95 

1, 249, 975. 96 

210, 140. 02 

4, 560. 49 

30, 904. 88 

3, 232, 726. 10 

6, 938. 73 

560, 328. 28 

2,993,755.62 

1, 202. 68 


8,661,358.75 


3, 951, 675.75 
> 


30 




66, 969. 85 

13,823,644.60 

1,686,828.95 

12,565,616.62 


65,123.81^ 
14, 365, 208. 96 
1, 744, 959. 29 
12,921,349.10 
> 


31 


17,233,267.76 

2,476,440.35 

19,295,835.69 

85. 004. 14 


19,455,040.09 

2, 86r, 414. 52 

18, 359, 299. 31 

88, 679. 82 


17, 967, 187. 00 

2,377,126.97 

15,704,047.82 

101,450.73 


32 
33 

34 


■5 ' 


119.723.07 
7,371,209.62 

127, 687. 62 

94, 618. 2:{ 

1, 067, 189. 43 

181,829.61 


124, 0:34. 27^ 
7, 847, 23C. 50 

132,081.72 

100.014.30 
1, 024, 912. 62 

196,850.59 


35 


7,669,214.01 

209, 079. 27 

135,907.16 

1,146,763.64 

248, 63.5. 61 

1 43,116.79 

53, 145. 83 

6,063,105.76 

32, 763. 73 

452,596.33 

2,910,095.01 

18,551.18 


8,775,106.23 

229, 258. 48 

119, 099. 79 

997, 728. 00 

258,432.93 

48,523.08 

56, 444. 58 

6,226,308.30 

40,202.57 

502, 276. 56 

3, 193, 115. 22 

20, 385. 65 


8, 703, 679. 23 

395,319. 43 

117, 092. 80 

1, 173, 890. 29 

263, 650. 61 

53,895.18 

46, 062. 27 

5, 078, 196. 35 

49,207.54 

546,483.49 

3, 197, 499. 12 

17,434.54 


36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 


29,889.83 
3,052,639.72 


32, 50S. 17 
2,982,727.70 


42 
43 
44 


543, i88. 59 
3,033,017.78 


486, 062. 88 
3,095,316.63 


45 
46 

47 








127,851,634.66 

7,924,707.95 

3, 021. 92 


138,954,165.02 
8, 139, 217. 96 


137,500,291.40 
7,658,630.75 


121,368,620.05 

183,145.69 

55, 627. 64 


112,419,490.58 
l,63p.40 


116,894,982.21 
7,887.28 


1 
2 










3 














4 














5 


""•••- I 


_ 










A 






! 








135.779,364.53 


147, 093, 382. 98 


145,158,922.15 


121,607,393.38 


112,421,121.07 


116,902,869.44 




135,229,912.30 


146,523,273.72 


144,553,344.86 


121,590,039.83 


112,421,121.07 


116,902,869.44 





J 314 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



I^X« 



D. — Comparative Table showing the Aggregate Receipts 



1 

2 
3 



6 
7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 

19 

20 

21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 
33 
34 

36 

36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



STATES ANI> TERRITORIES. 



Alabama 

Arizona (4) : 

Arkanflas 

California (14) 

CaUforni»(15) 

Colorado (16) 

Colorado (17) 

^Connecticut (35) 

^ConnecticQt (23) 

Dakota (24) 

{Delawaie (25) 

<Delaware (26) 

(Delaware (27) 

District of Columbia (28) 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho (24) 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas (a) 

Kentucky 

^Louisiana (35) 

(Louisiana (75) 

Maine (35) 

(Maryland (35) 

^Maryland (84) 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi (35) 

Missouri 

S Montana (24) 
Montana (104) 
Montana (105) 

Nebraska (24) 

Nebraska (106) 

Nevada (107) 

Nevada (108) 

JNew Hampshire (:^5) .... 
(New Hampshire (111) ... 

New Jersey 

5'New Mexico (4) 

(New Mexico (116) 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

50regon(6) (45) 

(Oregon (168) 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island (35) 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah (24) 

Vermont (35) 

Virginia 

Washington (45) 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming (16) 



6 



FISCAL YBABS Kia>ED JUNE 30— 



1887. 



$78, 542. 76 



07, 630. H8 
2. 081, 221. 57 



1888. 



260. 154. 86 
481, 405. 47 



263, 297. 80 



322. 903. 20 
a:{6, 7U5. 86 



24. 825. 704. 34 

4, 259, 038. 68 

1,951.121.89 

2n.]20. 11 

12.417,529.63 

543, 748. 98