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SAVINGS BANKS OF THE WORLD. From report of comptroller of the currency. Figures include those of postal savings banks.

Date of No. of

Average de-Av. deposit Country.

Population. reports. depositors. Deposits. posit acct. per capita. Australia

3,989,000 1904

1,081,194 $168, 451,927 $155.80 $42.23 Austria

26,741,000 1903-4

5,325,062 979, 282,787 183.90 36.62 Belgium

7,161,000 Dec. 31, 1905.. 2,311,845 151,640,983 65.59 21.18 Bulgaria

3,744.000 Dec. 31, 1902.. 17,048

222,136 13.03 .06 Canada

5,604.000 June 30, 1904.. 216,103 62,158,451 287.63 11.09 Chile

3,206,000 Dec. 31, 1903.. 71,532 2,055,183 28.73 .64 Denmark

2,525,000 Mar. 31, 1904.. 1,291,569 205,723,639 159.28 81.47 Egypt

9,734,000 Dec. 31, 1905.. 31,411 1,168,624 37.20 .12 France

39,200,000 Dec. 31, 1904..11,767,772 890,398,872 75.66 22.71 Algeria

4,740,000 Dec. 31, 1904..

18,121

858,131 47.34 .18 Tunis

1,820,000 Dec. 31, 1903.. 3,863

703,845 182.20 .33 Germany

58.569,900 Dec. 31, 1903..16,612,771 2,639,590,400 158.89 45.07 Luxemburg

237,000 Dec. 31, 1903.. 48,970 7,431,752 151.76 31.36 Hungary

20,114,300 Dec. 31, 1904.. 1,475, 764 349, 250,375 236.66 17.36 India, British.

.231,900,000 Mar. 31, 1905.. 1,058,813 43,496,821 41.08 .19 Italy

32,966,000 Dec. 31, 1904.. 7.383,331 549,556,418 74.44 16.67 Japan

46,732,000 1904-5

10,279,598 54,714,693 5.32 1.17 Formosa

3,080,000 1904-5

63,174

464,926 7.36 .15 Netherlands

5,431,000 Dec. 31, 1903.. 1,412,881 77,786,900 55.05 14.32 Dutch East Indies.

28,747,000 1904-5

56,658 4,921,988 86.87 .17 Dutch Guiana.

75,000 1904

4,967

205,876 41.45 2.74 New Zealand..

858.000 Dec. 31, 1904.. 297,569 43,016,488 144.56 50.14 Norway

2,300,000 Dec. 31, 1904.. 766,375 97,856,837 127.69 42.55 Roumania

5,912,000 Sept. 30, 1903.. 145,507 7,426,031 51.04 1.26 Russia 142,000,000 May 31, 1906.. 5,306,040 488,825,100 92.12

3.44 Finland

2,816,000 Dec. 31, 1904.. 246,532 24,464,582 99.23 8.69 Sweden

5,261,000 Dec. 31, 1904.. 1,915, 294 167,155, 405 87.27 31.77 Switzerland

3,100,000 1900

1,300,000 193,000,000 148.46 62.26 United kingdom.

43,221,000 Nov.-Dec., 05.11,694,918 996,827,464 85.24 23.06 British colonies, n. e. s..

14,407.000 1904-5

417,923 37,302,673 89.26 2.59 Total

756,190,000

82,622,612 8,245,959,307 99.80 10.90 United States..

.. 84,662.000 1906

8,027.192 3,482,137,198 433.79 41.13 Grand total.

.840,852,000
90,649,804 11,728,096,505 129.38

13.95

SCHOOL SAVINGS-BANK STATISTICS. Up to Jan. 1, 1907, the school savings-bank sys- and it is largely through his efforts that it has tem was in operation in 1,098 schools of 113 cities heen adopted in so many places in the United of twenty-two states of America. The total de- States and Canada. The purpose of the system posits in these banks since they were started is, of course, to encourage thrift, prudence and amounted to $5,485,514.48, of which $4,675,897.26 had business methods among children at an age when been withdrawn, leaving a balance of $809,617.22 their life habits are in process of formation. The due 177,972 little depositors.

following figures are taken from a table of statis. The school savings-bank system was introduced tics furnished by Mr. Thiry. They include only by J. H. Thiry in the schools of Long Island City places in which the number of depositors is 1,000 (now part of New York), N. Y., March 16, 1885, or more:

CITY.

B’nks*

Depos-
itors.

Deposited. Withdrawn.

Due de positors.

325

Atlantic City, N. J..

119 1,300 $71,661.41 $10.380.60 Bangor, Me..

61 1,517 20,250.00 7.000.00 Buffalo, N. Y.

1 5,743 107,179.0.) 102,179.09 Chester, Pa.

125 2,200 222.116.63 188.104.22 Dayton, O...

240 2,132 40,541.91 28.511.91 Grand Rapids, Mich.

5,973 73,572.17 35,923.79 Hartford, Conn..

23 1,025 1,493.00 Kansas City, Mo.

600 2,451 98,140.00 76,700.00 Long Island City, N. Y.

260 3,200 215,851.55 178,538.75 Minneapolis, Minn.

75 1,405

4,770.71 3,064.15 Norristown, Pa..

50 1.700 159,699.56 124,311,14 Oklahoma, O.T.

110 1.000 6,100.00 1.890.35 Pittsburg, Pa...

1.000 25.000 261,812.50 165,609.47 St. Paul, Minn..

20 4,003 37.735.40 35,655.50 Shenandoah, Pa.

61 1,560 31.137.11 20.320.91 Somerville, Mass..

232

5,600 43,287.16 38,076.47 South Bend, Ind

13 2,000 2,703.18 1,396.82 Spokane, Wash.

240 2.350 66,075.33 41.630.40 Springfield, Mass..

66 3.000 45,499.06 41,867.37 Toledo, O

355 5,088 181.780.04 128,430.54 Toronto, Canada.

550 5,000 53,720.30 10.000.00 Williamsport, Pa....

90 1.318 60,680.10 34,976.19 Winnipeg, Canada..

201 2,689 45,000.00 33,000.00 Youngstown, O...

199 3.218 3,945.26

30.00
* A teacher collecting the money of the pupils of his or her class constitutes a savings bank.

FOREIGN POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS RETURNS.
Country.

Date to which figures refer. Number of depositors, Deposits. Australia-New South Wales.

June 30, 1905..

254,331 $38,702, 715 Tasmania

Dec. 30, 1904.

16,665

2,007,971 Western Australia.

June 30, 1905.

59,764 10,741,806 Austria-Savings deposits..

Dec. 31, 1904. 1,798,018 39,937,633 Banking deposits..

Dec. 31, 1904.

62,329 52,529,504 Belgium

Dec. 31, 1904. 1,785,145 116,052, 662 Bulgaria

Dec. 31, 1902..

17,048

222,136

$31.283.81 13,250.00

5,000.00 34,012.41 12,441.63 37,618.38

1,493.00 21,440.00 37,312.80

1,706.56 35,389.02

4,209.65 96,203.03

2,078,90 10.316.20 5,210.69 1,306.36 21.444.93

3,631.69 53,349.50 43,720.30 25.703.61 12 000.00 3,915.26

Av. deposits $152.17 120.49 179.74

22.21 842.77 65.01 13.03 FOREIGN POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS RETURNS.-CONTINUED. Country.

Date to which figures refer. Number of depositors. Deposits. Av. deposits Canada

June 30, 1906..

164,542 45,736,489 277.90 Egypt

Dec. 31, 1905..

31,411

1,168,624 37.20 France

Dec. 31, 1904. 4,345, 446 229,158,291 52.74 Tunis

Dec. 31, 1903.

3,863

703,845 182.20 Hungary-Savings deposits.

Dec. 31, 1904.

525,818 12,457,866 23.69 Banking deposits.

Dec. 31, 1904.

12,262 10,733,503 875.35 India, British.

Mar. 31, 1905

1,058,813 43,496,821 41.08 Italy

Dec. 31, 1905. 5,527,322 206,224,600 37.31 Japan

1.904

4,907,561 20,532,387 4.19 Formosa

1904-5

56,833

430,972 7.59 Netherlands

Feb. 28, 1906. 1,203, 780 53,277,100 44.26 Dutch East Indies.

Dec. 31, 1905

46,478

2,643,050 56.86 Russia, including Asiatic part.

Dec. 31, 1905. 1,413,448 *88,613,500 62.69 Finland

Dec. 31, 1904..

56,462

1,034,184 18.32 Sweden

Dec. 31, 1905

567,032 14,648,559 25.83 United kingdom.

Dec. 31, 1905. 9,963,049 740,248,863 74.30 Cape Colony.

June 30, 1905.

98,328 11,032,093 112.20 Guiana

Dec. 30, 1905.

9,966

324,075 32.52 New Zealand.

Dec. 30, 1995.
276.066 42, 153, 735

152.69 Orange River.

June 30, 1905.

5.645

828,439 146.76 Transvaal

June 30, 1905.

40,844

5,224,635 127.92 Total

34,308,269 1,790,866,058 52.20 *Exclusive of securities deposited with the postal savings banks, the nominal value of which, at the end of the year, amounted to $10,430,000.

RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF STATE BANKS, LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES, SAVINGS

AND PRIVATE BANKS (1907).

RESOURCES.

9,967 state 794 loan and 1,415 savings 1,141 private Total, Classification.

banks. trust com's. banks.

banks. 13,317 banks. Loans on real estate..

$192,737,361 $174,235,578 $1,385,484,075 $18,945,940 $1,771,402,954 Loans on other collateral security 171,112,891 823,109, 861 207,632,649 9,403.642 1,211,259,043 Other loans and discounts.

2,139,836,544 604,018,798 239,017, 711 101,127,853 3,084,000,906 Overdrafts

27,940,524 6,660.318

1.320,534 3,313,256 33, 234, 632 United States bonds..

2,111,794 1,280,592 18,744,618 546,408 22,683,412 State, county and municipal bonds.

5,674,831 11, 239, 601 618,494,020 641,411 636,049,863 Railroad bonds and stocks..

5,160,140 31,823,413 602,224,313 476,202 639,684,068 Bank stocks.....

1,149,248 6,528, 463 24,987,618 210,209 32,875,538 Other stocks, bonds and securities. 475,408,624 735,127,601 381,816, 604 7,860,542 1,600,213,371 Due from other banks and bankers.. 548,466, 473 261,977,373 163,343,382 31,424,217 1,005,211,445 Real estate, furniture and fixtures. 117,688,432 51,078,710 51,885,740 7,748,260 228, 401, 142 Checks and other cash items.

96,508,728 5,042,082

3,036,115 897,467 105,484,392 Cash on hand....

254,001,570 101,719,515 27,415,928 8,710,484 391,847.497 Other resources.

81,393,177 263,577,455 57,469,893

3,725,728 406,166,253 Total

4,119,190,337 3,071,419,360 3,782,873,200 195,031,619 11,168,514,516

LIABILITIES. Capital stock..

471, 163,037 276, 146,081 34,224,322 25,144,822 806,678,262 Surplus fund.

193,087,461 369,286,668 201,220.662 7,322,579 770,917,370 Other undivided profits

88, 664,017 28,578,358 33,475,531 3,519,734 154,237,640 Dividends unpaid..

747,808
291,468

131,387

1,170.663 Individual deposits..

3,068,649,860 2,061,623,035 3,495,410,087 151,072,225 8,776,755,207 Due to other banks and bankers.

211,007,202 167.872,757

8,179,275 2,844,638 389,903,872 Other liabilities...

85,870,952 167,620,993 10,363,323 4,996,234 268,851,502 Total

4,119,190.337 3,071,419,360 3,782,873,200 195,031,619 11,168,514,516

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National banks..

6,429 $893,690.917 $705,766.029 *$1,503,568.351 State, etc., banks...

13,317 806,678,262 925, 155.010 8,776.755,207 Nonreporting bankst..

4,191 92.357.000 13,411,200 554.900.000 Total...

23,937 11,782,726.179 1,611,332,239 13,835,223,558 Inc es government deposits. Estimated capital, etc., based on reports received from private banks.

$517.918,696 $6.640.943.993

10,509,588,479

660,668,200 547,918,696 17.810,200,672 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES USED IN THE UNITED STATES. STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT.

MEASURES OF LENGTI.

LIQUID MEASURE. 12 inches = 1 foot. 8 furlongs = 1 mile

5,280 feet. 4 gills = 1 pint. 3 feet =l yard = 36 inches. 1.153 miles = I geographic mile 6,085 feet. 2 pints 1 quart. 5/5 yards – 1 rod

16% feet. 1.153 miles = 1 nautical(knot) mile = 6,085 feet. 4 quarts -1 gallon. 40 rods - 1 furlong 660 feet. 6 feet = 1.fathom.

3142 gallons= 1 barrel.

2 barrels = 1 hogshead. SQUARE MEASURE.

CUBIC MEASURE. 144 square inches - 1 square foot. 1,728 cubic inches = 1 cubic foot.

DRY MEASURE. 9 square feet 1 square yard. 27 cubic feet 1 cubic yard.

2 pints - 1 quart. 3074 square yards 1 square rod. 128 cubic feet - 1 cord of wood or stone. 8 quarts - 1 peck. 160 square rods = 1 acre. 1 gallon contains 231 cubic inches.

4 pecks - 1 bushel. 640 acres

1 square mile. 1 bushel contains 2,150.4 cubic inches. 36 square miles

1 township. A cord of wood is 8 ft. long, 4 ft. wide & 4 ft.high. CIRCULAR MEASURE.

APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT. AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT. 60 seconds =lminute.

27 11-32 grains =1 dram. 60 minutes =1 degree. 20 grains = 1 scruple 16 drams

1 ounce. 360 degrees =1 circle.

3 scruples = 1 dram.

16 ounces = 1 pound.

8 drams = 1 ounce. 1 degree 60 geographic miles.

2,000 lbs = 1 short ton.

12 ounces 1 geographic mile = 1.1527 statute miles.

1 pound. 2,240 lbs -1 long ton. 1 degree of the equator = 69.124 statute miles. TROY WEIGHT. TIME MEASURE. STATIONERS' TABLE.

COUNTING. 60 seconds = 1 minute. 24 sheets -1 quire.

12 things 1 dozen. 24 grains - 1 pennyweight. 60 minutes 1 hour. 20 quires 1 ream. 12 dozen - 1 gross. 20 pennyw's = 1 ounce.

24 hours = 1 day.

2 reams = 1 bundle.

12 gross =l great gross. 12 ounces = 1 pound.

365 days 1 year. 5 bundles = 1 bale. 20 things 1 score. 100 years = 1 century

ILLINOIS WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. Statutory weights and measures in Illinois not per quarter-bushel sack, 12 pounds. Stone coal, included in the above table are: Flour, per

per bushel, 80 pounds. Unslacked lime, per bushbarrel, 196 pounds; per half-barrel, 98 pounds; el, 80 pounds. Fine salt, per bushel, 55 pounds; per quarter-barrel sack, 49 pounds; per eighth- coarse salt, 50 pounds. Hair (plastering), per barrel sack, 2412 pounds. Cornmeal, “per bushel bushel, 8 pounds. sack, 48 pounds; per half-bushel sack, 24 pounds;

METRIC SYSTEM.

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The metric system is compulsory in Germany, Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Roumania, Servia, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Argentine Republic, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela.

WEIGHTS. Milligram (.001 gram)

.0154 grain. Centigram (.01 gram)

.1543 grain. Decigram (.1 gram)

1.5132 grains. Gram

15.432 grains. Decagram (10 grams)

.3527 ounce. Hectogram (100 grams)

3.5274 ounces.
Kilogram (1,000 grams) 2.2046 pounds.
Myriagram (10,000 grams) 22.046 pounds.
Quintal (100,000 grams) 220.46 pounds.
Millier or tonneau-ton(1,000,000 grams)=2,204.6 pounds.

DRY.
Milliliter (.001 liter)

.061 cubic inch. Centiliter (.01 liter)

.6102 cubic inch. Deciliter (.1 liter)

6.1022 cubic inches Liter

.908 quart. Decaliter (10 liters)

9.08

quarts. Hectoliter (100 liters)

2.838 bushels. Kiloliter (1,000 liters)

1.308 cubic yards.

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June 30, 1907.

INTEREST-BEARING DEBT.

Total outTITLE OF LOAN.

Authorizing act.

Rate.
Issued.

Amount
issued.

standing

June 30, 1907. Consols of 1930.

March 14, 1900..
2 per cent.. 1900.

$646,250,150 $646,250,150 Loan of 1908-1918.

June 13, 1898..
3 per cent.. 1898.

198,792.660 63.945,460 Funded loan of 1907. July 14, 1870, & Jan. 20,18ği 4 per cent. 1877-1879.

740,938,10G 36,126,150 Refunding certificates.. Feb. 26, 1879.

4 per cent.
1879.
40.012,750

22,620 Loan of 1925.

Jan. 14, 1875..
4 per cent.. 1895-1896.

162,315.400 118, 189,900 Panama Canal loan.. June 28, 1902, & Dec.21,1905 2 per cent. 1906.

30,000,000 30,000,000 Aggregate of interest-bearing debt...

1,818,309,060 994.834,280 DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED SINCE MATURITY. Funded loan of 1891, continued at 2 per cent, called for redemption May 18, 1900; interest ceased Aug. 18, 1900...

$32,000.00 Funded loan of 1891, matured Sept. 2, 1891...

26,600.00 Loan of 1904, matured Feb. 2, 1904..

96,800.00 Old debt matured at various dates prior to Jan. 1, 1861, and other items of debt matured at various dates subsequent to Jan. 1, 1861...

931,415.26 Aggregate of debt on which interest has ceased since maturity.

1,086,815.26 DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST. United States notes-Feb. 25, 1862; July 11, 1862; March 3, 1863...

.$346,681,016.00 Old demand notes-July 17, 1861; Feb. 12, 1862...

53,282.50 National bank notes-Redemption account-July 14, 1890..

47.658,804.50 Fractional currency--July 17, 1862; March 3, 1863; June 30, 1864, less $8,375,934 estimated as lost or destroyed, act of June 21, 1879..

6,863.994.28 Aggregate of debt bearing no interest....

401.257,097.23 CERTIFICATES AND NOTES ISSUED ON DEPOSITS OF COIN AND SILVER BULLION.

In the In circu-
CLASSIFICATION.

Amount

treasury. lation. issued. Gold certificates-March 3, 1863; July 12, 1882; March 14, 1900.

$75,271.370 $602,973,499 $678,244,869 Silver certificates-Feb28, 1878; Aug. 4, 1886; March 3, 1887; March 14, 1900.. 5,401,738 470,375,262 475,777,000 Treasury notes of 1890-July 14, 1890; March 14, 1900........

12,455 5.975,5+5 5,988,000 Aggregate of certificates and treasury notes offset by cash in the treasury.. 80,685,563 1,079,324,306 1,160.009,869

RECAPITULATION.
Classification.

June 30, 1907. May 31, 1907. Interest-bearing debt.

$894,834,280.00 $899,972,780.00 Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity

1,086,815.20

1,086,925.26 Debt bearing no interest....

401.257.097.28 401,352,483.78 Aggregate of interest and noninterest-bearing debt...

1,297,178,192.54 1,302,412,189.C4 Certificates and treasury notes offset by an equal amount of cash in the treasury, 1,160,009,869.00 1,163,061,869.00 Aggregate of debt, including certificates and treasury notes.

2,457,188,061.54 2,465,474,058.04

CASH IN THE TREASURY. Reserve fund-Gold coin and bullion..

$150,000,000.00 Trust funds-Gold coin..

$678,244,869.00 Silver dollars...

475,777,000.00 Silver dollars of 1890.

5,988,000.00 1,160,009,869.00 Generai fund-Gold coin and bullion..

$75,006,845.54 Gold certificates...

75,271.370.00 Silver certificates.

5,401,738.00 Silver dollars..

4.792,012.00 Silver bullion.

3.962.915.99 United States notes..

3,967,324.00 Treasury notes of 1890.

12.455.00 National bank notes.

13,697.855.00 Subsidiary silver coin..

8,804,401.07 Fractional currency.

57.08 Minor coin..

1,642,278.21 Bonds and interest paid, awaiting reimbursement.

34.561.10 192,593,810.99 In national bank depositariesTo credit of treasurer of the United States..

170,987.526.78 To credit of United States disbursing officers..

10,712,526.84 181,700,053.62 In treasury of Philippine islandsTo credit of treasurer of the United States..

1,857.197.57 To credit United States disbursing officers...

1,866,155.65 3,723.353.22 378,017,217.83 Total...

1,688,027,086.83 DEMAND LIABILITIES. Gold certificates.

$678,244,869.00 Silver certificates.

475,777,000.00 Treasury notes of 1890..

5,988,000.00 1,160,009,869.00 National bank 5 per cent fund..

22,387,514.63 Outstanding checks and warrants

9,503,486.40 Disbursing officers' balances.

62,881,720.81 Postoffice department account.

12.741,698.15 Miscellaneous items..

1,921.360.33 109,435,780.32 1,269,445,649.32 Reserve fund...

150,000,000.00 Available cash balance.

268,581,437.51 418,581,437.51 Total.......

1,688,027,086.83 CIRCULATION STATEMENT.

July 1, 1907
General stock

tHeld in
of money

treasury as MONEY IN CIRCULATION. CLASSIFICATION,

in the U.S. assets of the
July 1, 1907.

government

July 1, 1907 July 1,1907. July 1,1906. Jan. 1, 1879. Gold coin (including bullion in treasury),

$1,602,014,642 $225,006.844 $698,762,929 $673,327,609 $96,262,850 Gold certificates*

75,271,370 602,973,499 518,092,969 21,189,280 Standard silver dollars

562,263,530 4,792,012 81,694,518 77,073,327 5,790,721 Silver certificates*.

5,401,738 470,375,262 471,964.597 413,360 Subsidiary silver.

130,560,377 8,804,401 121,755,976 111,401,608 67.982.601 Treasury notes of 1890..

5,988,000

12,455 5,975,515 7,338.598 United States notes.

346,681,016 3,967,324 342,713,692 336,401,454 3310,288,511 National bank notes.

603,788,690 13,697,855 590,090,835 548,883,608 314,339,398 Total..

3,251,296,255 336,953,999 2,914,342,256 2,744,483,8301 816,266,721 Population of the United States July 1, 1907, *This statement of money held in the treasury estimated at 86,074,000; circulation per capita,

as assets of the government does not include de. $33.86.

posits of public money in national bank deposi. *For redemption of outstanding certificates an

taries, to the credit of the treasury of the United exact equivalent in amount of the appropriate States, amounting to $170,987,526.78. kinds of money is held in the treasury and is not $Includes $33.190,000 currency certificates, act included in the account of money held as assets

of June 8, 1872. of the government.

PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES. Statement of the outstanding principal on Jan. 1 of each year from 1791 to 1843, inclusive, and on July 1 of each year since then.

YEAR. Amount. YEAR. Amount. YEAR. Amount.

YEAR. Amount. 1791. $75,463,476.52 1821 $89,987,427.66 1850..

$63,452,773.55 1879.

$2,340,567,232.04 1792. 77,227,921.66 1822 93,546,676.98 1451.

68,304,796.02 1850.

2, 120,415,370.63 1793. 80,358,631.01 1823 . 90,875,877.28 1852.

66,199,341.71|1881.

2.069,013,569.58 1794. 78,427,404.77|1921. 90,269.777.77|1853.

59,803, 117.701 1882.

1,918,312,994.03 1795. 80,747,587.39 1825.. 83,788,332.71|1851.

42,242,222.42|1883.

1,884,171,728.07 1796. 83,762,172.07|1826. 81,955,059.991855.

35,586,956.56|1884

1,830,528,923.57 1797. 82,061,479.33 1827 73,987.357.201856.

31,932,537.90|1885.

1,863,964,873.14 1798. 79.228.529.12 1828. 67,475,043.87 1857.

28,699,831.85 1886.

1,775,063,013.78 1199 78.408.669.771 1829. 58.421,413.67 1858.

44,911,881.03|1837.

1, 657,602,592.63 1800. 82,976,294.3511830. 48,565, 106.50 1859.

58,496,837.88 1888.

1,692,853,984.58 1801. 83,038,050.80 1831 39,123,191.68 1860.

64,812,287.88 1889

1,619,052,922.23 1802. 80,712,632.25 1832. 24,322,235.18 1861.

90,580,873.72|1890.

1,552, 110,204.73 1803. 77,054,686.40 1833.

7.001,698.83 1862.
524,176, 112.13||1891,

1,545,996,591.61 1801. 86,427,120.88' 1831.

4,760,082.08 1863.
1,119,772,138.63 1892

1,588,464,144.63 1805. 82,312,150.50 1835.

33,733.05 1864
1,815,784,370.57 1893.

1,545,985.686.13 1806. 75,723,270.66 1836.

37,513.05 1865.
2,680,647.869.74 1894.

1,632,253,636.68 1807. 69,218,398.64 1837

336,957.83 1866.
2,773,236,173.691895.

1,676, 120,983.25 1808. 65,196,317.97 1838.

3,308,124.07 1867.
2,678,126,103.87 1896.

1,769,810.323.40 1809. 57,023, 192.09 1839.

10.134,221.14 1868.
2,611,687,851.19 1897.

1,817,672.665.90 1810. 53,173,217.52 1840.

3,573,313.32 |1869.
2,588,452,213.94 1898.

1.796,531.995.90 1811 48,005,587.76.1841.

5,250,875.54 1870.
2, 480.672,427.81 1899.

1,991,927.306.92 1812. 45,209,737.90 1842

13,594,480.73 1871.
2,353,211,332.32 1900.

2, 136,961.091.67 1813. 55,962,827.57 1813

20,201,226.27||1872.
2, 253,251,328.78 1901

2,143,326,933.89 1814. 81,487,846.24 1843.

32,742,922.00 1873.
2,234.482.993.20 1902.

2, 158,610,445.89 1815 99,833,660.15 1844.

23,461,652.50|1874.
2,251.690,468.431903.

2,202,464,781.89 1816. 127.334,933.74 1815.

15,925,303.01 1875.
2,232.284,531.95 1904.

2,261,003,585.14 1817. 123,591,965.16|1846

15,550,202.97|1876.
2. 180.395,067.15 1905.

2,274,615,063.81 1818. 103, 166,633.83 1847

38,826,534.77|1877.
2,205.301.392.10 1906.

2. 337, 161,839.04 1819. 95.529,618.28 1818.

47,044,862.23 1878.
2,206,205,892.53 1907.

2, 457, 188,061.54 1820. 91.013,566.151 1819.

63,061,858.69
ANALYSIS OF THE PUBLIC DEBT.
Debt on

Popula-
Debt bear-
which in-
Outstanding Cash in the debt less cash

Principal of tion
JULY 1.
terest has
ing no

of the
interest.*
principal. treasury

in treasury.

United ceased.

States. 1880.

$7,621,455.26 $388,800,815.37 $2,120,415,370.63 $201,088,622.88 $1,919,326,747.75 50.155.783 $38.27 $1.59 1890.

1,815,805.26 825,011,289.47 1,552.110.204.73 661,355.834.20 924,465,218.53 62,622.250 14.22 .47 1891

1,614,705.26 933,852,766.35 1,545,996,591.61 694,083,839.83 851,912,751.7863,975,000 13.34 .37 1892 2,785,875.26 1,000,648,939.37 1,558,464,144.03 746,937.681.03 841,526,463.60 65,403,000 12.93

.35 1893. 2,094,060.26 958.854,525.87 1,545,985,686.13 707,016,210.89 838,969,475.75 66,826.000 12.64

.35 1894. 1,851,240.26 995,360,506.42 1,632,253,636.68 732.940,256.13 899,313,380.55 65,275,000 13.30

.33 1895. 1,721,590.26 958.197,331.99 1,675,120.983.25 811.061.686.46 864.059.314.78 69,878.000 13.08

. 42 1896.

1,600,890.26 920,839,543.141 1,769,810,323.40 553,905,635.51 915,934,687.89 71,390,000 13.60 .49 1897

1,316,880.26 968,960,655.64 1,817,672.665.90 325,619.765.87 992.022,900.03 72,807.000 13.78 .48 1898.

1.262,680.00 917.901,845.64 1.796,531,995.90 769.446,503.76 1,027,085,492.14 74,522,000 14.08 1899.

1,218.300.26 914,660,256.66 1,991,927,306.92 836.607.071.73 1.155,320,235.19 76.011,000 15.55 .54 1900.

1,176,320.26 1.112.305.911.41 2.136,961.091.67 1,029.249.833.78 1,107,711,257.89 76,304,799 14.52 .44 1901.

1,415,620.26 1.154.770.273.63 2,143,326,933.89 1,093,587,813.92 1,014,739,119.97 77,647,000 13.45 .38 1902.

1,280,860.26 1.226.259,245.63 2,158,610,445.89 1,189.153,204.85 969,457,241.04 79,003,000 12.27 :35 1903

1,205,0:30.26 1,286,718.281.63 2,202,464,781.89 1,277,453,144.58 925,011,637.31 80,372.000 11.51 .32 1904

1,970,920.26 1.366.875,224.88 2.264,003,585.14 1.296,771.811.39 967,231,773.75 81,752,000 11.83 .30 1905

1,370,245.26 1.378,086,478.58 2,274,615,063.81 1,365.467,439.06 909,147.624.78 83.259.000 11.91 .29 190.

1.128.135.26 1.440,871,563.78 2,337,161,839.01 1,372,726,152.25 964, 135,686.79 84,151.009 11.46 .28 1907

1.086.815.26 1.561.266.966.00 2.457,188,061.54 1.688,027 086.83) 769,160,974.71 85.956,000 *Includes certificates issued against gold, silver and currency deposited in the treasury.

Debt per

Interest

per

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