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CONTENTS OF PART SECOND

TRADE REPORTS.

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1. Sugar Trade.... 2. Molasses Trade..... 3. Coffee Trade. 4. Tea Trade.... 5. Wine and Spirit Trade.. 6. Cotton Crop of the United States.... 7. Coal Trade. 8. Tobacco Trade .. 9. Butter, Cheese and Egg Trades ... 10. Whale Fishery of the United States. 11. Iron Trade....... 12. Petroleum Trade.... 13. Dry Goods Trade.....

STATISTICS OF TRADE AND FINANCE.

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14. Value of Imports, Exports and Re-Exports of the Port of New

York for the last Twenty Years, ending December 31, 1912... 15. Summary of Foreign Commerce, fiscal year 1912, with compa

risons................................... 16. Recapitulation of Leading Articles of Merchandise Imported

into and Exported from New York for the year ending June

301912... 17. Foreign carrying Trade of the Port of New York for the year

ending June 30, 1912.
18. Detailed Statement of Articles Imported, Exported and Re-

Exported at the Port of New York for the year ending June
30, 1912..

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19. Commerce of the Port of New York with Foreign Countries...
20. Imports, Exports and Re-Exports of Coin and Bullion...
21. Foreign Imports at the Port of New York...
22. Domestic Exports from " "
23. Foreign Exports from 66 66
24. Balance of Trade, calendar years 1912, 1911, 1910, 1909, 1908,

1907, 1906. ...........

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PAGE 25. Foreign Commerce Exhibit for the calendar years 1912, 1911, 1910 and 1909....

.......... 170 26. Merchandise Imports and Exports, 1870-1912 with New York's percentage of the whole................

171 27. Receipts of Grain and Flour at New York, 1886–1912.

172 28. Comparative Receipts of Grain, 1908-1912...

172 29. Receipts of Grain by Different Routes.....

173 30. Exports of Flour, 1906-1912.........

173 31. Receipts of other produce at New York, 1909-1912...

174 32. Receipts of Lemons and Oranges, 1911-1912....

174 33. Number of American and Foreign Vessels, with their Tonnage,

which Entered into and Cleared from the Ports of the State of
New York..........................................

175 34. Number, Tonnage, etc., which Entered the Port of New York,

and the Countries from which they arrived. ................. 177 35. Number, Tonnage, etc., which Departed from the Port of New

York, and the Countries for which they Cleared............. 36. Number and Tonnage of Vessels engaged in the Foreign Trade

of the United States from the year 1893 to June 30, 1912...... 183 37. Tonnage of the United States from the year 1893 to June 30, 1912 185 38. Distribution of the Tonnage of the United States " " " " 186 39. Tonnage of the State of New York......... 40. Number and Tonnage of Vessels belonging to the Northern

Lake Ports of the Cnited States......... 41. World's Merchant Marine, 1890–1912...

189 42. Merchant Marine of the l'vited States, 1890–1912.......

189 43. Number and Tonnage of Vessels belonging to City of New York. 190 44. Shipbuilding in the State of New York..

191 45. Shipbuilding in the United States.......

191 46. Transportation on the Canals of the State of New York

192 47. Rates of Marine Insurance............

193 48. Rates of Pilotage at New York.. 49. The Port of New York ; its Boundaries described.... 50. Rates of Wharfage at New York.

196 51. Port Warden Charges at New York..

197 52. Health Officers Fees at New York...

197 53. Tax on Tonnage. ...... 54. The New York Harbor-General description by the Metropolitan Sewerage Commission.........

198 55. Lighterage and Floatage Limits....

202 56. Water Front of New York, 1913..

203 57. Total Tonnage of the Port of New York. .........

205 58. Transactions of the New York Clearing House from 1853 to 1913 206 59. Corporations and Joint Stock Companies, Number and amount

of Capital and Net Income. .... 60. Statement of Defaulted Liabilities as compared with Bank Clearings.....

210 61. Bank Clearings in New York and other Leading Cities, 1911-1912 210

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62. National Banks of the City of New York; statement of Re

sources and Liabilities during 1912-1913...... .......... 63. National Banks of the State of New York.. 64. The National Banks of the United States...... 65. Banks of the City and State of New York...... 66. Savings Banks in the City of New York.......... 67. Banking Resources in the United States and in the State of

New York, 1912. ......... 68. Total Resources of Banks in New York City, five other leading

Cities and the rest of the ('ountry........... ........... 69. Sumber and Resources of State Banking Institutions, Decem

ber 31st, 1912. ....... 70. Distribution of Money in the United States.........

............ 71. Sales of Stocks and other securities at New York Stock Exchange for a series of years...

....... 72. Average prices of Stocks, 1901-1912.........

................... 73. Gold Production in 1912.... 74. Rates of Foreign Exchange at New York during 1912. ........ 75. Operations of the United States Assay Office at New York,

1854-1912.... 76. Coinage of the United States, 1793-1912.....

.......... 77. Range of Prices of Government Securities at New York during

1912.........................

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manufactures in the City and State of New York and in the

United States.... 79. New York's Largest Industries--Number, Capital and Value

of Products.... 80. New York as an Agricultural State........

........ 81. Population of the United States, and of the State and City of New York...

............... 82. Population of New York State and City .. 83. l'rhan Population ; Statistics of fifty largest Cities, with rate of

increase in last ten years ......... 84. Area and Population of the Metropolitan Districts of New

York, London and other great Cities ........ 8]. Foreign born Population of New York City.. 86. Passengers arriving from Foreign Countries at New York and

other ports.... 87. Dwellings, families, sex, etc. in the State and City of New York 88. Alien Immigrants Admitted at New York during 1912......... 89. Movement of Cabin Passengers during 1912... 90. Emigrants and Alien Cabin Passengers departing from New

York during 1912.... 91. Public Debt of the l'nited States from July 1, 1887, to July 1, 1912 92. Classification of the Public Debt of the United States on the

31st of December, 1912. 93. Public Debt of the State of New York ....

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94. Real and Personal Estate of the State of New York............
95. Funded Debt of the City of New York...........
96. Valuation of Real and Personal Estate of City of New York, by

Boroughs, in 1912, compared with 1902........
97. City Budget ; Comparative Statistics for fifteen years, 1899-1913
98. Tax Rate ; Statement for each Borough of the City, 1899–1913..
99. Budget Appropriations-Comparative statement for 1913 and

1912, according to the general purpose of each appropriation 100. Financial Statistics of Cities for Census year 1910, comparing

the returns of New York and Chicago with those of all the

cities in the United States ......... 101. Statement of City Assets and value of public properties....... 102. Statement of per capita revenues and payments of New York

and other leading cities............... 103. Department of Education City of New York; Statistics of Atten

dance at and Cost of Public Schools, 1912... 104. Water Supply System of New York, 1912..

...... 105. The Sewers of New York, 1912 ...... 106. Sewage Metropolitan Disiricts of New York tributary to several

divisions of the Harbor.. 107. Streets of New York, 1912........ 108. Street Railway Statistics of Greater New York...

..... 109. Health and Vital Statistics of the City of New York, in 1912 compared with other cities..

..... 110. Statistics of New York Bridges, 1912.. 111. Statistics of Telephone Developments in New York, compared with other cities ........

.... 112. Fires in New York City, 1910-1912........... 113. New York Public Library.... 114. Building Operations in 1911-1912. ...... 115. Comparative Statistics of Railroads in Europe and the United

States ........................................... 116. Transactions of the New Post Office.. 117. Arrests and Convictions in the City of New York in 1912. ..... 118. Park System of New York.. 119. Comparative Prices of Leading Articles of Produce in the New

York Market, 1908-1912. ..

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