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1930

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ASSETS IN PUBLIC TRUST F U N D S

ASSETS IN SINKING F U N D S

Aggregate
Total

Grand total
Group
Group
Group
Group
Group

I
II
III
IV. _
V

$15,271, 700,182
9,686, 194,121
1, 324, 734, 620
2, 240, 626, 906
1,176, 588, 368
556,167

$1,933,286,158
1, 543, 205, 325
135, 685,955
159, 593, 902
53, 572, 416
41, 228, 560

Cash

$155,114,100
60, 588, 499
29, 763, 790
33, 271,137
18, 729,155
12, 761, 519

City
securities
(par value)
$1,694,119,613
1, 460, 367, 662
90, 277, 751
100, 543,185
23, 247, 067
19,683,948

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investments

$84, 052, 445
22, 249,164
15,644,414
25, 779, 580
11, 596,194
8, 783,093

Total

$459,291,171
379,106, 639
o0,690, 002
23, 245,114
14, 680, 562
11, 568,854

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

$13,185, 083 $224, 352, 741
6, 500, 441
2, 262, 345
1, 761, 798
1, 454, 474
1, 206,025

207, 442, 259
4, 357,090
6, 373, 559
4, 323, 838
1, 855,995

Other
investments
$221, 753,347
165,163,939
24, 070, 567
15,109, 757
8,902,250
8, 506,834

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New York, N.Y___
Chicago, 111
Philadelphia, Pa
Detroit, Mich
Los Angeles, Calif..

$4,947, 294, 465 $1, 220, 505,064
6, 545, 493
1, 004, 508, 297
132, 941, 237
774, 680, 581
37, 012, 381
521, 597, 037
17, 535, 704
511, 966, 253

$5, 570,478 $1, 214,934, 586
6, 545, 493
2, 863, 637
130, 077, 600
6, 371, 024
26, 570, 282
500, 000
17, 035, 704

Cleveland, Ohio
St. Louis, Mo
Baltimore, Md
Boston, Mass

280,705,216
234, 560,080
255,931, 506
378, 037, 006

19,233, 690
11, 013, 553
29, 582, 081
38,990, 246

4,430,882
4,956, 553
35, 222
1,134,196

12,210, 578
5, 232,000
27,165, 000
25,477,050

Pittsburgh, Pa
San Francisco, Calif.
Milwaukee, Wis

221, 391,148
251,104, 529
121,165, 591
183, 252, 412

14,641,719
2, 856,152
3, 072,977
9, 275, 028

6,708, 577
2,856,152
17,977
2, 062,604

7, 933,142

Buffalo, N . Y

$4, 071, 075
2, 592,230
825,000
2, 381,859
12, 379, 000

$147,340,557
63, 073, 032
93,028,933
2,115, 901
9, 915, 604
143,186
5, 698, 662
8, 358,684
33,796,621 1
702,089
8,070,244
6,562,091
301,035

3, 055, 000
7, 212, 424

$1, 415,962 $145, 579, 595
2, 618, 475
17, 613, 882
397, 643
16,170, 700
2, 062, 433
53, 468
2, 268, 593
149,127

$345,000
42,840,675
76, 460, 590
7,497, 884

67,561
109, 202
111, 359
972, 928

13, 000
1,373, 000
2, 512,810
12,720,990

62,625
4, 216,460
5,734, 515
20,102,703

243,858
55,157
209,316

291, 931
1,747, 900
5, 087,425

166,300
6, 267,187
1, 265, 350
204,650

$84, 780
176, 826
91, 044
139, 244

$527,450
257, 500
800,340

GROUP II.—CITIES HAVING A POPULATION OF 300,000 TO 500,000
Washington, D. C_.
Minneapolis, Minn.
New Orleans, La._.
Cincinnati, Ohio...

$100,899,028
107,809, 579
99,246,429
198, 239, 609 |

$112,410
7,483, 934
8, 357,926
43, 075,617

$112,410
75, 581
8,357, 926
2,486, 842

$4, 558, 352

$2, 850,001

39,646, 668

942,107

$3, 503,990
5,982,963
2,988,894
8, 466, 387 |

$3,419, 210
5, 278,687
2,640,350
7, 526,803

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Newark, N . J
Kansas City, M o .
Seattle, W a s h
Indianapolis, I n d

181,257,375 1
95, 361,607
143,601, 969
48, 762, 580

18, 552, 882 1
12,198,223
4,093,071
1,090, 758

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Rochester, N . Y
Jersey C i t y , N . J
Louisville, K y
P o r t l a n d , Oreg

94, 585,377
104,753,085
56,221,320 !
93,996,662

7,437, 598
19,714, 004
5,715,063
7,854,469

812,268
1,114,353
696,788
994,758

16,968,642
5,179, 320
1,810,283
63,000

771,972
5,904, 550
1, 586,000
33, 000

1,202,279 I I
1, 783,878
1,448,686 ,| 1
651,120

136,717
66,618
80,196
52,662

126, 702
76, 500
1, 276,699

1,367, 598
10,610, 275
2,676,063
458,928

4,181,000
9,103, 729
2,419,000
6, 347, 757

1,889,000

1,329,836 !
842, 564
854,445
1, 634, 960

1,008,836
332,684
35,862
56,876

220, 000
509,880

101, 000

562,019

818, 583
1, 016, 065

$13,661
9,338
57,661
6,568
11, 763
18,460
11,959
13,672
97,981

$8,830
11,000
406,375

$635,176
253,128
1, 372, 776

216, 500
114,000

444, 450
48, 600
182, 200
40, 000
336, 093

2,987,602 1
30, 504
599,029
27,032

78,439
20,204
7,001
12, 532

2,623,000
2,000
471,305

104,153
1,458, 521
541, 543
75, 298
189,102

13,230
24, 046
12, 043
75, 298
43, 287
2,257
3,200
2, 731
117, 537
26, 358
33, 011
1, 082
31,667
30,648
23,173

85,900

620, 000
1, 047, 784

938,860
1,640,760
91,791
598,458

JP III.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 100,000 TO 300,000
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

Houston, Tex
Toledo, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio...
Denver, Colo
Oakland, Calif.-..
St. Paul, M i n n — .
Atlanta, Ga
Birmingham, AlaDallas, Tex..
Akron, Ohio.
Memphis, T e n n . . .
Providence, R. I—
San Antonio, Tex..
Omaha, Nebr
Syracuse, N . Y
Dayton, Ohio
Worcester, Mass
Richmond, Va
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Youngstown, Ohio
Grand Rapids, M i c h . .
Fort Worth, Tex
Hartford, Conn
New Haven, Conn
Nashville, Tenn
Flint, Mich
Springfield, Mass
Bridgeport, Conn
San Diego, Calif
Scranton, Pa
Des Moines, Iowa
Salt Lake City, Utah..
Tulsa, Okla
Long Beach, Calif
Paterson, N . J

$48, 785,062
55,726, 792
60,632,491
72,976, 537
103,027,986
68, 535, 403
34,764,434
34,418,054
45,956,125
47, 363,997
42,322, 327
60,649,320
47, 030,632 1
52, 426,099
37, 964,006
32, 011, 391
40,680,373
42, 785,464
32, 928, 547
25,080,082
36, 772,498
29, 364,001
56,403,983
34,753, 324
33,078,180
30, 431,006
44,054, 835
26,164,665
54,605,769
17, 243,438
27, 278,387
29,321,716
15,283,695
48, 055,833
32,802,824 II

$4, 317, 720
5,394, 394
13,575,071
1, 599,659
1,258,834
16,299,941
2,090,950
789,796
2,271,847
3,367,721
1,796,144
14,069, 569
3,167,351 1
5,844,777

$1, 060,930
2,878,629
766,974
1,284,559
925,708
774,941
213,296
1,548,597
1, 780,971
184, 999
119, 583
2,421,851
1,485,400

1,412, 070

106, 289
14, 585
2,217,802
1,605,320
496, 091
1,170,339
172,637
228,356
35, 539
979,896
879,982

343,069
708,955
763,032
586,178
1,863, 217
562,394
2, 518, 942 1

343, 069
477,955
155, 918
485,178
1,383,255
562, 394
2,442 1

3,066,600
1,416,585
9, 287, 302
5, 616,993
878, 557
3, 936, 413
2, 616, 243
4,073,242
1, 086, 308
1, 361,896

$3,179, 742
2,515,765
12,610,497 1
315,100 1
333,126
11, 377, 700
2, 090, 500
463, 500
723,250
1, 586, 750

$77, 048
$657,667
273,466
1,836,812
6,568

197,600

4,147, 300
450
113, 000

672,713
181,060
194,159
60,422
612,284

6,750
178,210

1,611,145
13, 949,986
745, 500
3,187,377
2,960, 311
1, 402, 000
6,631, 500
3,527,523
382,466
2,175,774
682,313
1, 283,360
952,000
226,000
532,088

221, 000
293,914
101,000
479, 962
2, 516, 500

1,172, 000

438, 000
484,150
590, 300
1,761, 293
2, 561, 526
98, 769
156, 000

29, 357
15,200
304,120
1, 313, 241
31,808
33, 011
49, 264
62,493
512,997
122,148

10, 000
313, 200
1
1

333, 316
267,137
140,192
510
44,195 1

26,633
10,237
140,192
510
17,554

20, 000
10, 000
58, 481
56, 000
3,700
17,882
25,000
125, 068

286,163
8,300
120, 723
14, 500
5,023
1,434, 475
529, 500
125, 815
27,100
2,000
242,908
1,139, 704
1,750
30, 300
30,826
482, 349
73,975
181,615
256,900
26,641

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[This table is presented in two sections, the secodd section beginning on p . 470. For alphabetical list of cities, by States, showing rank, see p . 10. For text discussion, see p . 57]
ASSETS IN SINKING F U N D S

Aggregate
Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

ASSETS IN PUBLIC TRUST FUNDS

Other
investments

Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

Other
investments

GROUP III.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 100,000 TO 300,000—Continued
$30,947,581
28,688,656
39,120,832
39,852,692
25,968,621

61
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63
64
65

Yonkers, N . Y
Jacksonville, F l a
Norfolk, V a
Albany, N . Y
Trenton, N . J

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66
67
68
69
70

Kansas City, K a n s .
Chattanooga, T e n n
Camden, N . J
Erie, P a
Spokane, W a s h

.

71
7?
73
74
75

Fort Wayne, I n d
Fall River, Mass
Elizabeth, N . J
Cambridge, Mass
N e w Bedford, M a s s

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76
77
78
79
80

Miami, Fla
Wichita, K a n s _ _
Reading, P a
Tacoma, Wash
Wilmington, Del

81
83
84
85

Knoxville, T e n n
Peoria, 111.
C a n t o n , Ohio
South Bend, I n d
Somerville, M a s s

86
87
88
89
90

Evansville, I n d
Lynn, Mass
Utica, N . Y
Duluth, Minn .
Gary, I n d

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$352,889
629,498
120,959
632,684

$280, 257
6,138,000
794,460
2,382,598

$1,124,377
150, 285
4,931
148,917
310, 893

$72,327
3,835
3,931
141,992
51,010

1,183, 633

25,420
13,048
48,165
30,056
99, 630

19,309
548
1,665
507
16,840

313,700
61,010
173,058 1
47, 567
497,257

34,354
203
27,408
3,849
3,846

123,899

116,124
9,976
126,197
737,827

4,924
5,476
10,932
17,924

103,200

21,000
622,222
199,813
298, 689
34, 304

33,238
15,932
35,423
1,807

274, 590
168,823

171,544
102, 639
237,504
3, 014,809
160,826 1

120,605
4,486
14,107
78, 579
13,496

48,900

$1, 759,428
878,500
254,000

20, 796,013
11,365,892
28,538, 719
28,302, 595
21,431,720

2,706,369
262,351
2,582,181
773,471
1,941,693 1

335,311
80,725
276,291
241,471
452,223

2,276,290
532,000
305,837

19,085,463
17,775,261
15,457, 716
22,195,830
22,840,448

52,720
1,386,827
1, 675,053
3,266,644
768,554

52,720
2,127
143,297
87,844
22,860

147,000
1,521,756
696, 300
71,000

1,237, 700
10,000
2,482,500
674,694

20, 586,228
9,879,896
22, 784,483
40,587,337
35,398,069

297,827
37, 735 |
244,868
1,941,120
741, 654 !

92,628
37, 735
131,168
310,225
62,054

179,000

26,199

113, 700
1,292,895
559,100

338,000
120, 500

14,822,520
11,968,053
23,001,804
16,376,108
10,326,137
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$633,146
8,526,926
1, 793,919
3,269,282

19,028,306
19,330,049
10,352,681
27,486,285
11,356,940 1

818,426

1,552, 632
181, 626
29, 600

1,035,221

5,880

383,473

645,868

3,226,979
220,159

567,358
220,159

2,609, 621

50, 000

209,752
570,858
101,980
400
86,565 1

209,752
1,958
101,980
400
80, 928

568,900
5,637

$23, 750
146,450

$1,028,300
1,000

6,925
148,233
3,000
46,500
3,896

31,850
500
26, 000

28,497
101,100

18,100
481,153

111 650
3 111
12,500
29 549
78,894
155,447
60,807
113,800
43,218
467 411
8,000
4,500
86, 768
618,803
21,000
314,394
15, 058
263,266
32,497
2,039
98,153
205,297
2,455,077
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El Paso, Tex
Lowell, Mass
Tampa, Fla
Waterbury, Conn

11,727,344 II
12,328, 767
22,499,241
26, 739, 343

1,595,069

322,069

1,247,000 1

I, 548, 648
154,161

917,317
15,142

631,331
111,000

26,000
28,019

42,407
155, 994
81,595
296,406

1,427
11
24,653
3,221

94,750
53,442

40,980
61,233
3,500
293,185

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Schenectady, N . Y__.
Sacramento, Calif
Allentown, Pa
Bayonne, N . J
Wilkes-Barre, Pa

$16,082,410
27,357,719
15,443,772
16,372,941
20,457,300

100
101
102
103
104

Rockford, 111
Lawrence, Mass
Savannah, Ga
Charlotte, N . C
Altoona, Pa

11,281, 759
9,599, 524
10,519,586
10,449,812
14,485,129 1

105
106
107
108
109

Little Rock, Ark
Berkeley, Calif
St. Joseph, Mo
Harrisburg, Pa
Saginaw, Mich

8,868,117
23,112,057
10,388,195
14,442, 601
14,238, 788

110
111
112
113
114

Sioux City, Iowa
Lansing, Mich
Pawtucket, R. I
Binghamton, N . Y__.
Shreveport, La

10, 742, 635!
26,391,558
13,175,471
16, 781,062
13,339,688

115
116
117
118
119

Manchester, N . H
Niagara Falls, N . Y_.
Lincoln, Nebr
Pasadena, Calif
Huntington, W. Va_.

13,832,112
17, 770, 028
16,212,283
28,649,951
7,538,353 1

120
121
122
123
124

Winston-Salem, N . C
East St. Louis, 111....
Troy, N. Y._.
Quincy, Mass
Springfield, 111

12,118,003
8,122, 736
10,317, 692
1,040,869
12, 779,065

125
126
127
128
129

Lakewood, Ohio
Portland, Me
Roanoke, Va
Springfield, Ohio
East Orange, N . J

13,563,962
20,843,902
7,010, 369
10,359,949
14,228,949 1

$111,171
327,185
963,618
771,167
192,230

$47,372
327,185
522,118
62,192
192,230

5,692
41,211
247,000
316,857
2,170,198

5, 692
26, 211

1

1,395,084

$63, 799
441, 500
708,975

15, 000
765,114

$247,000
316,857
10,000

35,795
203,507
214,033
289,786
832,640

35, 795
99, 719
176, 733
228,030
196, 640

18,100
636,000

272,285
1,479,939
2,895,703
139,243
66,247

80,589
502,406
439, 703
58,118
39,247

176, 696
542,000
2,286,000
81,125
27,000

15,000
435,533
170,000

180,444
398,404
885,179
603, 676 1

2,644
226,118
885,179
399, 676

14,200
172,286

163, 600
204,000

349,573
174,883
813

8,573
174,883
813

316,000

85,493

85,493

905,477
861,205
1,000,342
770, 750
1,586,177 1

515,811
224,229
93,342
103,319
3,399

103, 788

389,666
113, 376
838,000
617,431
1,582, 778.

37,300
43, 656

25,000

523,600
69,000
50,000

$358,824
220,822
310
36,141
31, 799

$34, 374
587
10
23,241
6, 799

$24,050
220,235
300
19,000

12, 900
6,000

526,233
10,935

8,116

419,428

98, 689
10,935

1,090

90

$300,400

1,000

o
69, 338
40,484
151,749
26
236,634

69,338
40,484
33,523
26
31,059

59,386

58,840

89,000

116,575

24, 771
220,360 1
51,618
371,472
153,881

24, 771
56,242
14,618
29,844
38,477

2,175
37,000
26,278
101, 738

315,350
13,666

637,650
48,611

7,032

361,500
28, 579

276,150
13,000

56,872
33,424

41,872
33,424

95,356
58,447
414
481,050
145,214

42,406
5,747
414
10,909
7,214

52,817
743,826

49,317
21,125

3,500
427,797

294,904

9,482
2,048

124,000
93,900

275,176
24,950

408,658 1
120,898 1

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12,200

52,950
40,500

2,000
13,000

468,141
125,000

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ASSETS IN PUBLIC TRUST F U N D S

ASSETS IN SINKING F U N D S

Aggregate

CITY

Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

Other
investments

Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

Other
investments

GROUP IV.—CITIES HAVING A POPULATION OF 50,000 TO 100,000—Continued
130
131
1S9

133
134

M o b i l e , Ala
Racine, Wis
N e w Britain, Conn
Cicero, Ill__

$11,772,532
14,181,464
15,412,011
6,180,918
13,911,550

$924,263

$51,714

$178,000

655,820

1,300

157,000

793,345

613,345

180,000
2,217,000

$694,549 1
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497,520

I

$236,377
277,815
199,524
248,065

$17,214
3,047
361
19,768

$500
274,768
16,000

$218,663

420,210
19,501
398,327
2,412
63,439

22,042
2,902
5,568
412
4, 639

12,000

386 168
16, 599
392, 759

246,931
332, 694
105,915
332,679
117, 561

5,125
40,662
12,937
40,729
3,684

96,400
72,128
9,000

202,977
634,495
972,940
246,776

13,077
32,658
41,689
13,592

684, 555

231,820
116,889
13,288
106,315
59,401

137,373
44,869

56,310

595
9,522

4,000

o

183,163
228,297
GO

135
136
137
138
139

Atlantic City, N . J
Montgomery, Ala
Newton, Mass
Pontiac, M i c h
Covington, K y

41,316,985
9,452,118
17,002,846
14,069,935
9,626,187

2,426,021
318,360
909,600
858,714
19,428

209,021
268,360
1,600
172,344
19,428

140
141
142
143
144

Hammond, Ind
O a k P a r k , 111
Topeka, Kans
E v a n s t o n , 111
Brockton, Mass

8,243,280
13, 303,818
11,498,518
14, 847,009
9, 622, 649

63,182

63,182

294, 741

76,742

217,999

664,891

31,891

212,000

145
146
147
148
149

Passaic, N . J
T e r r e H a u t e , Ind—
Charleston, S. C
M o u n t Vernon, N . Y
Glendale, Calif

16,533,206
8,576,411
13,438,501
17,231,593
13,232,365

865,153
103,477
1,194,283
1,689,419
427,025

27,653
103,477
60,783
1,234,039
321,570

747,000
455,380

150
151
152
153
154

Wheeling, W . V a
Davenport, Iowa
Augusta, G a
Medford, M a s s
Lancaster, P a

11,510,016
10,642,102
7,773,129
9,141,692
10,981,932

515,347
71,909
384,332
82,020
654,760

197,270
71,909
2,969
21,020
71,985

155
156
157
158
159

Charleston, W . V a
Hoboken, N . J

928,109
1,832,107
1,364,378
649,529
250,300 1

466,609
666,723
1,184,878
42,486
19,300 1

Union City, N . J
Madison, Wis

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1
_
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10,538,732
10,325.572
8, 111, 529
7,641,060
13,299,618 1

366,000
247,500

50,000
542,000
438,870
i

421,000

837,500
386,500

2,000
58,800

161,500
11,184

i—i

H

241,806
195,632
20,850
282,950
113,877
28,400
601,837
246,751
222,000

105,455
318,077
161,000
38,000
85,700

220,363
23,000
497,075
461,500

1,165, 384
179,500
577,244
231,000 1

29,799

6,030
23,127
17,336
1,035
176,589 1

5,030
572
10,736
367
8,369

94,447
15, 710
13,288
105,720
45,879

1,000

145,200

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22,555
6,600
668
23,020

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161
162
163
164

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g 166

S3 167
I 168
& 169
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I 170
171
I 172
CO 173
° 174

Maiden, Mass
Bethlehem, P a . . .
San Jose, Calif.
Irvington, N . J
Beaumont, Tex

10,409,168 I
10,949,844
7,077,742
7,674,253
9,632,428

Springfield, Mo
Decatur, 111
Holyoke, Mass
Hamtramck, Mich
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

4,570,258
9,809,151
12,317,931
6,955,199
10,648,459

294,355 I
1,408,142
19,468
402,348
838,894

51,205
464,742
19,468
3,348
299,394

72,988
332, 234
446,137
251,387

1,000
943,400
399,000
459,500

80,000

37,988
72,748

53,000

35,000
206,486

318,293
107,986

127,844
143,401

500,886
56,348
26,712
367,303
137,420

471,886
56,348
15, 243
192,604
119,939

174,699
5,481

293,823

193,823

100,000

York, Pa
Jackson, Mich
East Chicago, Ind
Kalamazoo, Mich
McKeesport, Pa

7,772,038
9,837,821
8,551,210
10,173,925
6,987,076

175
176
177
178
179

New Rochelle, N . Y
Austin, Tex
Macon, Ga
Greensboro, N . C
Waco, Tex

15,175,529
7,912,360
7,101,119
10,723,207
10,595,108

568,084
1,316,499

100,922
383, 799

180
181
182
183
184

Highland Park, M i c h . . .
Galveston, Tex
Fresno, Calif
Hamilton, Ohio
Cleveland Heights, Ohio.

15,033,557 !
8,280,452
7,899,230
8,489,900
15,537,432

3,110,123
560,332
81,674
595,992
1,472,414

93,616
516,832
81,674
294,384
675,641

185
186
187
188
189

Durham, N. C
Kenosha, Wis.
Columbia, S. C
Pueblo, Colo
Asheville, N . C

9,505,959
11,540,517
7,094,387
7,006,424
23,989,059

785,642
360,483
158,685
795,607

242,150

160,870
51,354
784,907

29,000
11,469

762,200

440,195 1

196

439,999
58,500
50,000

67,306
54,019

8,806
3,969

17,206
201,470
38,803
976
80,864

706
9,574
1,793
976
1,864

5,000

74,000

216,293
500,185
91,710
242

28,030
963
29,792
57

14,500
30,000

173,763
469,222
61,918 .
185

570,039 1
165,638
37,321
38,260
77,512

18,374
638
2,000
11,260
1,620

104,000

36,000

447,665
165,000
34,539
27,000
39,892

385,180
22,000
72,207
7,179
56,806

29,380

41,200
11,000

314,600
11,000

72,207
2,219
56,806

119,883
73,104
145,972

23,733

110,500
43,000
90,000

$44,500

59,000

50
16,500
132,896
37,010

12,000

467,162
170,500

576,940
43,500

2,439,567

242,088
796,773

59,520

189,500

596,142

10,000
17,000
10,700

189,613
90,331

9,383

782

4,960

30,104
32,239

GROUP V.—CITIES H A V I N G A P O P U L A T I O N OF 30,000 TO 50,000
190
191
19?
193
194

Pittsfield, M a s s
Port Arthur, Tex
Woonsocket, R. I
Dearborn, Mich
N e w Castle, P a . _

195
196
197
198
199

Haverhill, M a s s
Everett, Mass
Jackson, Miss
S t o c k t o n , Calif
B e r w y n , 111
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.

$7,796,454
6,318,008 1
7,641,621
20,272,720
5,293,254
8,322,051
6,738,254
5,453,942
13,259,115
4,937,989 1

$440,872
1,555,061
3,415,773
116,871

$255,322
4,611
1,156,023
112, 913

29,504
361,473

504

86,413
13,000

86,413

$185,550
1,330,000
2,235,750

142,000

$220,450
24,000
3,958

$10,600
49,973

$9,833
5,473

29,000
219,473

199,533
213,050

13,050

77,170
131,167 1

72,060
7,457

13,000

$767

199,533
200,000
2,408

5,110
121,302

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City number

[This t a b l e is presented i n t w o sections, t h e second section beginning on p . 470.

Aggregate
Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

F o r t e x t discussion, see p . 57.]

ASSETS IN PUBLIC TRUST F U N D S

ASSETS IN SINKING F U N D S
CITY

1930—Continued

For a l p h a b e t i c a l list of cities, b y States, showing r a n k , see p . 10.

Other
investments

Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

Other
investments

G R O U P V . — C I T I E S H A V I N G A P O P U L A T I O N O F 30,000 T O 50,000—Continued
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201

P h o e n i x , Ariz

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Elmira, N . Y
Clifton, N . J
Bay City, Mich

205
206
207
208
209

A u r o r a , 111
Muncie, Ind
Stamford, C o n n .
Chelsea, M a s s
Williamsport, P a

?03

_

$9,405,786
9,276,821
6,601,130
8,976,829
16,199,331

$581,239

$315,434

$15,510

7,811
138,988
1,008,652

7,811
33,988
149,052

105,000
604,000

7,027, 271
4,745,309
9,185,018
6,047,033
4,982,397

3,325
62,389
691,389
467,422
339,961

3,325
62,389
70,622
126,861

$250,295
$1,639
10,371
4,425

238,500
146,393
73,739
23,080
14,151

23,657
544
448
151

$94,260
151,650

$15,500
84,885

255, 600

691,389
396,800
208,100

$95,899
177,521
89,310 !

5,000

54,800

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""183,700
122, 736
73,195
22,632
14,000

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210
211
212
213
214

Lexington, K y
Portsmouth, Va

4,074,579
9,322,332
6,975, 267
11,364,939
6, 303,886

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Lorain, O h i o . .

Battle Creek Mich

5,416, 218
9,352, 703
10,086,248
6,871,980
8,452,190

220
221
222
223
?94

C o l u m b u s , Ga_—
_
Joliet, 111
C r a n s t o n , R . I _ __ _ _ _ _
P o r t s m o u t h , Ohio .
M o n t c l a i r , N . J—-

5,083,437
6, 517, 346
3, 713,829
8,062,477
12,595,285

225
226
227

L i m a , Ohio

7,734,039
6,801,187
7,059, 738
5,810,116
10,887,912 1

215
216
217
218
219

228
229

Perth Amboy, N. J
W i c h i t a Falls, T e x

Council Bluffs, I o w a
D u b u q u e , Iowa
Muskegon, M i c h . . .

_

580,132
1,558,641
141,896
103,954
513,786

454,743
827,143
138,896
103,954
150,789

125,389
709,085
3,000

840,990
934, 714

85,849
252,838

755,141
14,000

54,748
4,529
339,407
289,780
1,148,981
355,955
454,184
19,634
323,672
257,859 1

748
4,529
149
66,426
72,981
120,854
365,516
19,634
88,772
36,771

22,413

362,997

180, 757

O

5,800
122,340

o

253,794
733
9,969
131,630
55,135

46,031
733
4,169
9,290
55,135

31,965
5,824

970
5,824

30,995

279,823
17,037

3,186
3,699

276,637
13,338

222,439

18,389

54, 500

149,550

3,048
167,982

3,048
25,482

72,000

70,500

4,589

4,589
12, 000
2,600
128, 000

90,000
5,300
3,171, 747

667,876

27,006

54,000
62,000
223,354
610,000

277, 258
466,000

235,101
88,668
76,900
168,088

158,000
53,000

106,420
21,029
3,351,622 '

4,420
13,129
51,875

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231
232
233
234

Warren, Ohio
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St. Petersburg, Fla.
Kearny, N. J
Lynchburg, Va
Fitchburg, Mass

235
236
237
238
239

Ogden, Utah
Poughkeepsie, N . Y__.
Oshkosh, Wis
Anderson, Ind
East Cleveland, Ohio..

4, 984. 074 I!
40,894; 909
14, 790, 773
6,806, 910
7,364,034

167,160 1
1,411,410
1,091,480
1,430,100

6, 675,886
6.587,655
7, 780, 561
5, 766, 528
7,903,463

5, 466
78,585

5, 592,026
2,479,157
7,356, 302
6, 691, 273
10,038,645 1

240
241
242
243
244

La Crosse, W i s . .
Butte, Mont
Waltham, Mass.
Sheboygan, Wis.
Quincy, 111

245
246
247
248
249

Meriden, Conn
Bloomfield, N . J...
Rock Island, 111...
Green Bay, Wis__.
Cumberland, M d .

5, 268,406
8, 487,172
6, 291, 765
6, 774,179
8.538,178

250
251
252
253
254

Taunton, Mass..
West New York, N. J .
Raleigh, N. C
San Bernardino, Calif.
Hazleton, Pa

4,622, 774
5,820, 384
5,849,195
3,879, 372

255
256
257
258
259

Auburn, N . Y_
Danville, 111
Santa Monica, Calif..
Arlington, Mass
Zanesville, Ohio

4, 301,199
3,128,301
14, 563,113
5, 620,338
4,329, 252

260
261
262
263
264

White Plains N . Y .
Superior, Wis
Elgin, 111
High Point, N . C . . .
Norwalk, Conn

265
266
267

Norristown, Pa
Revere, Mass
Steubenville, Ohio..
Orange, N . J
Watertown, M a s s . .
i Overdraft.

5, 466
3,045

81, 960
847, 079
703, 693
1,130, 500

1

324, 000
20, 000

75, 540

8, lii

60,154
1,207,327
483,750
112,771
36,836
115,895
18,398

85,200
240, 331
367, 787
299, 600

275, 559

473, 224

52, 010
458,541

202, 462
112, 771
3,836

127, 814

153, 474

30,000
115, 895

3,000

18,398

I 063,848

18, 449

758, 781

286, 618

647,929

17, 629

180, 800

449, 500

515,657
260, 748
265,884
92, 235
46, 617

130, 357
136, 748
98,008
92, 235
46, 617

46, 800
99,000

338, 500
25, 000
167, 876

39, 381

5,801

23, 580

247, 704
112,413
388, 550

234, 704

11,960,891
3,873, 925
4,948, 556
7, 726, 260
6, 509, 348

155, 476
25, 975
2,871
372,830
427,149

40, 526
25, 975
2,871
i 7,845

3, 717, 921
3, 997, 760
5, 605, 991
5, 316, 594
5, 702, 731

394, 933

343,133

51,800

172. 310
998,051

159,810
6,833

12, 500
991, 218

44, 322

35,120 1
13,183
116, 828

22, 480

12,640
13,183

98, 500

18, 328

528, 940

3, 993

27,000

497,947

8, 931
100, 730
295, 699
104, 396
60, 871

6, 692
11, 835
10, 069
11,171

89, 688
175,100

8,931
4,350
108, 764
94, 327

145, 620
8,866
60, 796
105, 230
93, 501

10, 632
5, 950
943
5, 230
26,939

76, 988
2,916
2,000
80, 500

187, 134
88, 678 1
133, 752
104, 047

2,156
24,365
9,322
4,047

49, 700

41,313
101,000
17,500

58,000
57,853
19, 500
66, 562
184,978
23,000
23,430
82,500

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6,500

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27,892

48,050

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17,666

148, 347
6,000

39, 969
89, 609

83,109

13, 335

12, 556

779

10,000

88, 826

12,884

13, 000
109, 413

25, 121 j
165,347
11,146

25,121

327, 322 1
124,041
172,687

3,222
17,356
3,447

47,150
66, 740

324,100
59, 535
102, 500

502

8,077

43,800

705

7,600
1, 224
10, 388
28,000
20,174

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3,000
344, 228
104, 950
123,000
60, 000

10, 000
257, 675
367,149

52,379
8,305
1,224
21,657
35, 792
20, 174 1

5,146

11, 269
7,792

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City nuniber

[This table is presented in two sections, the second section beginning on p . 470. For alphabetical list of cities, by States, showing rank, see p . 10. For text discussion, see p . 57.]
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ASSETS IN SINKING F U N D S

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CITY

Cash

Total

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securities
(par value)

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investments

City
securities
(par value)

Cash

Total

Other
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271 A l a m e d a , Calif . _ . ._
272 A m s t e r d a m , N . Y
273 L e w i s t o n , M e
274 N e w B r u n s w i c k , N . J
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276
277
278
279

Plainfield, N . J
Easton, P a
N e w p o r t N e w s , Va_
Paducah, K v _
Mansfield, Ohio

?80
?81
282
283
284

N o r w o o d , Ohio
Sioux Falls, S. D a k
Joplin, M o
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Colorado Springs, C o l o . _ .
S a n t a B a r b a r a , Calif

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$4, 583,124
10,780,935
5,214,427
3, 242, 540
7,404,425

$60,581
155,008

4, 537, 802
5,264,638
6, 732, 916
4, 469, 238
6, 542, 600

368,733
727,267
624,869
277,054
237,385

173
365, 817
546,869
257, 054
136,185

368, 560
297, 200
53,000
20,000
101, 200

5,147, 530
8, 625,099
5,160,069
14, 370, 319
9, 069, 686

1,060,845
1,200,918
143,453
587, 928 1
228,035

94, 645
303, 701
143, 453
403,428
228, 035

958, 200
142, 000

94, 339
40, 304
34,808
384, 617
2, 555

63, 339
40, 304
34, 808
175, 832
2, 555

734,042
183, 500
174, 794
93, 745
10,165

351, 276

1,841, 659
7, 259
428, 464
307,554

284, 718
7,259
181, 994

285
286
287
288
289

Elkhart, Ind
W a u k e g a n , 111
Richmond, Ind
Rome, N . Y

5, 459, 902
5, 464, 466
2, 646, 274
6, 360,180
5, 008, 958

290
291
292
293
294

T u c s o n , Ariz
Wilmington, N . C
L a r e d o , T e x __
Watertown, N . Y .
M o l i n e , 111
-

5, 704, 024
3, 691, 047
2, 357, 541
9, 024, 378
4, 474, 683

295
296
?97
298

M u s k o g e e , Okla
Meridian, Miss
Pensacola, Fla_._
Nashua, N .H

1

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5, 955, 435
3, 372, 344
5, 276, 739
2, 244, 323 1

$28, 775
12,092

106, 294
93, 745
10,165

$31, 806
$142,916

64, 250
25,000

8,000
755, 217

184, 500
31,000
60,000
381, 916
13, 500
68, 500

148, 785
850
170, 000

$53, 748
77,796
151,840

$1,820
77, 796
5,315

79,416

12, 416

67,000

75,410
10,000

4,402

71,008
10,000

35,792

23, 840

11,952

26,107 i
24, 704
230,889
76,418
665

25,107
24,704
4,209
63
665

1,000

102,882
86,090
17,116
84,359
23, 926

37,945
15,136
5,863
11,384
22,426

10, 294
1,226

10, 294
1, 226

168, 911
96, 648

2,616
7,087
28,115

1,102, 891

454, 050

28, 327

246,470
70, 500

237,054

47, 021

1

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$41, 928

$10,000

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42,445

226,680
33,910

58, 204
2,056

64,937
12, 750
9,197
72,975

1,500

148,127
73,900

18,168
15,661
212

43, 500

3,481

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300
301
302

Fort Smith, Ark
Newburgh, N. Y_
Marion, Ohio
Port Huron, Mich

4,572,890 II
6, 284, 045
3,131,867
7, 243, 649

303
304
305
306

Bellmgham, Wash..
Baton Rouge, La
Bloomington, 111
Hagerstown, Md_.

4,162,375
2, 895, 282
5, 206,328
5, 665,168

307
308
309
310

Everett, Wash
Newark, Ohio
Santa Ana, Calif
Alton, 111

7,436, 733
3,823, 706
4, 296,174
2, 659, 558

Honolulu, Hawaii
2

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3, 684,444

II

104,662
131, 157
111,087
121, 215

104, 662
63, 657
90, 888
61, 920

5,024
43,750

5, 024
37, 750

723, 498
199, 363
72,171

292, 416
116,000

13,854

161,082
83,363
72,171
13,854

1, 060, 240

438, 040

580. 000

67, 500
20,199
59, 295

6,000
270, 000

15, 956
71,463

40, 449
74, 540
26, 985

24, 493
3,077
26, 985

124,121
15,161
76,835
26, 506

38, 616

58, 505

18, 079
1,156

34, 400

27,000
15,161
24, 356
25,350

21, 586
2,553

8,000

12,000

41, 586
2, 553 |
38,152

1, 218

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36, 934

42, 200

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[ T h i s t a b l e is presented i n t w o sections, t h e first section beginning o n p . 460. For alphabetical list of cities, b y States, s h o w i n g r a n k , see p . 10. F o r text discussion, see p . 57]

ASSETS I N I N V E S T M E N T FUNDS AND MISCELLANEOUS I N V E S T M E N T S

CASH IN G E N E R A L T R E A S U R Y AND
G E N E R A L ADMINISTRATIVE FUNDS

C i t y securities
(par value)

Exclusive of
a m o u n t s held in A m o u n t s held
in p r i v a t e t r u s t
private trust
accounts
accounts

Total

Grand total
Group
Group
Group
Group
Group

I
II
III
IV
V

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Cash

$1,036, 574, 034

$54,520,857

930, 663, 020
58,852,615
31, 616, 031
9,149, 2*7
6, 293,071

52,356, 640
267, 351
1,057,493
592,249
247,124

$78,829,196

Real p r o p e r t y

$872, 202,043

68,108,933
2, 697,194
4,593,211
2,152,826
1, 277,032

802,687,089
50,983,122
15,816, 645
554, 663
2,160, 524

Other investments

$31,021,938
7, 510, 358
4, 904, 948
10,148, 682
5,849, 559
2,608, 391

V a l u e of public
properties

$650, 329, 379

$24,863,521

$11,167, 355,919

327,469,463
86, 606, 760
123, 761, 511
70,183,178
42, 308,467

15,192, 324
4,037, 221
3,185, 591
1, 531,189
917,196

6,490, 557, 350
1, 008,862,067
1,899, 224, 757
1, 027,471, 726
741,240,019

G R O U P I . — C I T I E S H A V I N G A P O P U L A T I O N O F 500,000 A N D O V E R
N e w Y o r k , N . Y___
Chicago, 111
P h i l a d e l p h i a , Pa__.
Detroit, Mich
Los Angeles, CalifCleveland, Ohio_
St. Louis, M o _ _ _
Baltimore, M d . . .
Boston, Mass
Pittsburgh, P a
San Francisco, CalifMilwaukee, Wis

Buffalo, N. Y

$603, 970,997
116,120, 778
145, 638, 315
720,884

i $601, 598,823
$50, 936,868
35,423

i, 182,910
998,900

62,050

""

493,185
2, 690, 317
363, 551
55,103,411

290,069
6,367
1,951
559, 398

128, 570
49,000
361, 600

1, 288, 229
3, 040,030
109,079
1,124, 244

363,929

924, 300
460,000

100, 585

$2, 372,174
1,000

2 144, 603,992
ll2,~674"
850,000
""»" 53," 523," 570
1,998,030

3,653

546,160
74, 546
1, 784,950

$49, 215,147
61, 998, 975
11,952,896
6, 380, 523
68, 700,194

,118,121
83, 568
547,086
:, 072, 244

!, 924,144, 579
756, 6S6,451
391,119,200
475, 541,146
407,021,623

352,125
825
351, 735

1,020,443

29,790, 346
23, 360,939
3, 947, 279
13, 283, 328

230,692,684
191,795,784
213, 328,176
236,863,400

582,000
109, 079
1,020,006

20,495, 598
16, 622, 642
8,856, 576
12, 865,020

1,846
1,817,768
987,999
859,007

184, 261,667
218,697, 693
101, 576,869
158,828,078

$1,222
510,880
1,094,440
62, 930

$79,829,166
89,162,676
76,812, 713
95,720,005

G R O U P I I . — C I T I E S H A V I N G A P O P U L A T I O N O F 300,000 T O 500,000
W a s h i n g t o n , D . C__
Minneapolis, M i n n .
N e w Orleans, L a
C i n c i n n a t i , Ohio

$1,085,381
1, 240,829
38, 388,876

$1, 510
"33," 366"

$2,439
856, 300

$338, 629
» 38,000,000

$1,081,432
45,900
355, 510

$17,452, 240
3, 583, 745
8,751,627
12, 525, 794

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Kansas City, M o .
Seattle, Wash
Indianapolis, Ind_

726,733
838, 317
2,479,990

10,629
228,162
* 68,000

220,000
96,000

Rochester, N . Y _ _
Jersey City, N . J .
Louisville, K y
Portland, Oreg

11,100, 478

21,582

100,000

1,155,653
1,836,358

941,920
s 10, 883,896
818,_677"

16," i02~

1~422~455"

496,104
514,155
1,606,070

6,177,036
5,179, 353
4,409,048
3, 201, 507

534,
125,
607,
33,

732
599
061
537

154,063, 713
75, 236,237
130, 564,113
43,785,658

95,000

9,054,574
8,417,816
3,070, 600
4, 783,420

31,007
788,002
51, 795
196, 016

65,631,884
74,990, 699
45,373,764
77,691,439

$2, 300,930
6, 987, 570
4, 311,608
3,690,423
6,474,045

$779

$42,120,640
42,050, 551
42,461, 256
65, 528, 676
95,182,084

336, 976
373,801

GROUP III.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 100,000 TO 300,000
?6
?7
?8
?9
30

Houston, Tex
T o l e d o , Ohio
C o l u m b u s , Ohio
D e n v e r , Colo
O a k l a n d , Calif

31
3?
33
34
35

St. Paul, M i n n
Atlanta, Ga
Birmingham, Ala
Dallas, T e x
A k r o n , Ohio

36
37
38
39
40

Memphis, Tenn
Providence, R . I
San Antonio, T e x
O m a h a , N e b r . _.
Syracuse, N . Y

41
4?,
43
44
45

D a v t o n , Ohio
Worcester, Mass
Richmond, Va
O k l a h o m a C i t y , Okla_
Y o u n g s t o w n , Ohio

46
47
48
49
50

Grand Rapids, Mich
Fort Worth, Tex
Hartford, Conn
New Haven, Conn _
Nashville, T e n n

_._

.__
.__

$44,993
636,610
11,090 i
252, 524
106,455

$1, 223
3,590
4,965

9,393
1,259,090
104,250

9,393

726,058
681, 562
319,969
290, 700

43,102
34,983
83,969
290,700

$185,000
$225,000
101,490

735, 210
97, 250

4,500

$44, 993
450, 387
7,500
27, 524

519, 380
7,000
682,956

646, 579
227,000

9,000

._
1, 345, 278

778

1, 344, 500

137,980
4,000,000

9, 580

126,400

2,000
4,000,000
3,719

3,719
__
895, 313
_

5,000

217,440

i Value of rapid-transit system owned but not operated by the city.
2 Value of gas-supply system and elevated electric railway owned but not operated by the city.
3 Value of Cincinnati Southern Ry. owned but not operated by the city.
4
Overdraft.
5
Value of subway owned but not operated by the city.

320,000

570, 313
217,440

68,443

2, 216, 974
664, 689
4, S60,229
4, 347,010
4, 656, 631

135
1,285
1,140
1,987

49,345, 6-10
31,817,057
27,313,640
39,170,609
38, 727,361

1,409,289
915, 924
6,009,059
1,424,412
2,410, 738

63, 913
25, 921
47, 271

38,326,923
41,968, 742
37,456,478
44,267,181
35,351,868

174, 368

634,149
1,496,470
1, 025,190
3,848, 607
1, 702,188

25, 550

26,861, 211
36,308, 797
31, 767,899
19,387,649
22,310,235

1,843, 588
678,460
1, 345,160
2,443,995
3,229,989

7,052
97, 333
24,324
863
139

30,952,369
25,956, 765
49,761,824
29,908,917
28,236, 908

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ASSETS I N INVESTMENT F U N D S AND MISCELLANEOUS I N V E S T M E N T S

CASH IN G E N E R A L T R E A S U R Y A N D
G E N E R A L ADMINISTRATIVE F U N D S

City securities
(par value)

Exclusive of
amounts held in Amounts held
in private trust
private trust
accounts
accounts

Total

Cash

Real property

Other investments

to

Value of public
properties

GROUP III.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 100,000 T O 300,000-Continued
51
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54
55

Flint, Mich
Springfield, M a s s
Bridgeport, C o n n
San Diesjo, Calif
Scranton, P a

56
57
5S
59
60

Des Moines, Iowa
Salt L a k e C i t y , U t a h
Tulsa, Okla
L o n g B e a c h , Calif
Paterson, N . J

61
6?
63
64
65

Yonkers, N . Y
Jacksonville, F l a
Norfolk, V a
Albany, N . Y
Trenton, N J

66
67
68
69
70

Kansas City, Kans
Chattanooga, T e n n
Erie, P a _ . . Spokane, Wash

$1,002

_

$72

$930

3,351,003 J
56,675

7,9<r0
22,875

3, 343, 063
33,800

75,167 i
540, 629

3,459
40, 380

4, 033, 541

$16,000
87, 375

238,021
6,313,688

309,071 1

55,708
500,249
$3,903,924

42,242

238,021
6 6,313, 688

116,452

147, 084

45,535

1,362

45,000

38, 262
7,000
50, 521

84, 624
7,000
153,816

59, 705

43, 590

71
7?
73
74
75

Fort Wayne, I n d
Fall River, Mass
Elizabeth, N . J
Cambridge, Mass
N e w Bedford, M a s s

254,913

88,783

157,630

8,500

65,674
137, 719

14,223

29,000

22,451
137, 719

76
77
78
79
80

Miami, Fla
Wichita, Kans
Reading, P a
Tacoma, Wash
Wilmington, Del

981,273

590, 753
31,215 1

981,273
206,131
3,365

359,000
20,850

25,622
7,000

$1,094,004
3,883,110
248,446
1,055, 624
1,431,912

$1,132, 591

685,758
1,282,199
1,150, 283
4, 5t)5,418
1, 580,417

89, 713
56, 558

562, 582
878, 672
304,314
1, 720,099
1,350, 219

102,777
144, 765
21,188
41, 524

2,103, 720
1,201,364
1,115,063
2, 640,175
625,966

119,363
764
28,294
60, 577
3,967

15, 532,070
9,888,365
24,680,392
24,791 316
18, 606,648

1,045,061
472,159
2,778, 536
885,199
598,432

75,069
5,838
2,997
2,185
7,333

17,344,000
15,849,427
10,762,398
17,856, 516
20,968,872

684, 549
329, 634
661,340
676,305
2,281,763

78,719

18, 543,860
9,396,403
21,868,299
37, 252, 638
31, 586,260

11
8,809

70,165
41,321

324
19,350

$26, 758,328
40,122,461
25,853,726
49,343, 065
14,914,939
25,331, 401
26, 589,015
12,130,003
38, 793,805
28,617, 9 i9
29,157,845
26, 643,767
23,949, 785
36,148,233
21,038, 227

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83
84
85

Knoxville, T e n n
Peoria, 111
C a n t o n , Ohio
South Bend, Ind
Somerville, M a s s

86
87
88
89
90

Evansville, I n d
Lynn, Mass
Utica, N . Y
Duluth, Minn
Gary, Ind

91
9?,
93
94

E l Paso, Tex
Lowell, M a s s
,
Tampa, Fla
Waterbury, Conn

10,000
2,492,402

10,000
9,253

108,260

78,508
108, 550
548,363 j

78, 508
48, 550
547,900

60,000
463

110,000

-

2,374,889

110,000

_

854,885
331,894
1,121,995
1, 680,490
1,071, 367

5,086
308, 518
846

1,839,868
587,296
979, 679
299,113
700,248

57,931

367,141
203,479
604,941
2, 269,465

70,839

$210, 784
1,449, 725
1, 960, 732
900, 547
205,165

$50,452

1,376
73, 279

13,011

12,896,328
8,521,535
18,453,017
13,868,252
9,141,112
16, 640, 661
17,520,893
9,032,142
23,988,684
10,409,301
9, 651,888
11,969,294
20,251,046
24,019,311

GKOUP IV—CITIES HAVING A POPULATION OF 50,000 TO 100,000
95
96
97
98
99

Schenectady, N . Y
S a c r a m e n t o , Calif
Allentown, Pa
Bayonne, N . J
Wilkes-Barre, P a

100
101
10?
103
104

Rockford, 111
Lawrence, Mass
Savannah, Ga
C h a r l o t t e , N . C _,_
Altoona, P a

105
106
107
108
109

Little Rock, A r k
B e r k e l e y , Calif
St. Joseph, M o
Harrisburg, Pa
Saginaw, Mich

110
111
11?
113
114

Sioux C i t y , I o w a
Lansing, Mich
Pawtucket, R. I
Binghamton, N . Y
Shreveport, L a

115
116
117
118
119

Manchester, N . H
Niagara Falls, N . Y„_.
Lincoln, N e b r
P a s a d e n a , Calif
Huntington, W. Va

$19,822

$492

$12,330

$7,000

3,286

3,286

15,412
225,248
114, 589 1
40,000 |

$46,418

15, 412
178,830
114, 589

40,000

593, 331
436,116
25, 640
388, 544
243,974

47,940
1,775
20

$15,351,179
25,359,987
12,451,350
14,663,311
20,024,800

8,089
28, 536
4,331

10,156, 503
9,095,850
10,013, 609
9,600,196
12,026, 626

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8,605
33,167

I, 547

31,620

8,605

106,291
544, 682

17,647
10,182

87,800
486,000

84,793
318, 336
105,328

4,965
29, 567
3,428

42,383
33,017
18, 894
939,036

33,017
17,394

225, 000
101,900

844
48,500
79,828
63, 769

42,383
1,500
939,036

787,429
1, 794,391
505,292
685,319
1,812,089

100, 754
2,533

7,964,600
21,040, 508
9,416, 367
13,461,179
10,810, 210

318,201
1,839,182
60, 567
873,743
469, 676

58,861
3,241
44,169
159,154

10,127,378
22, 708,423
9,846,006
15,247,107
12,490,730

77, 740
2,159, 747
1,295,082
3, 952,103
* 55,877

e Includes value of docks and terminals owned but not operated by the city.

2,350

2,196
38, 539
2,598

13,072,143
15,309, 670
14,497, 305
22,816,761
6,957,130

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CASH IN G E N E R A L T R E A S U R Y AND
G E N E R A L ADMINISTRATIVE F U N D S

City securities
(par value)

Exclusive of
Amounts held
amounts held in in
private trust
private trust
accounts
accounts

Total

Cash

Real property

Other investments

Value of public
properties

GROUP IV.—CITIES HAVING A POPULATION OF 50,000 TO 100,000—Continued
120
121
122
323
124

Winston-Salem, N . C
East St. Louis, 111
Troy, N . Y
Quincy, Mass
Springfield, 111

125
126
127
128
129

Lakewood, Ohio
Portland, Me
Roanoke, Va_
Springfield, Ohio _East Orange, N . J .

130
131
132
133
134

Mobile, Ala
Racine, Wis

$125,091

$125, 091
26, 393

26, 393

-.

7,175

$575

16,069

16,069

14,404
207, 585

__

2,574

6,600

638, 202
246, 879
651,889
1, 585,103
1, 307, 442

$90,011

14,404
115,000

Cicero, 111
Johnstown, Pa

135
136
137
138
139

Atlantic City, N . J
Montgomery, Ala

140
141
142
143
144

Hammond, Ind
Oak Park, 111
Topeka, Kans
Evanston, 111
Brockton, Mass

145
146
147
148
149

Passaic, N . J
Terre Haute, Ind
Charleston, S. C
Mount Vernon, N. Y
Glendale, Calif

Covington, Ky

103,395
1,089, 786
700

735

500
4,500

100

17,000
289, 663

85, 660
800,123
700

_-_
_. . _

21, 919
261,897

1,499

900, 593

333,648

' $1, 559
1, 203, 760
* 9,834
555,985
536, 797

4,500

52,000

400

21,919
208,398
566, 945

895, 793
1, 599,486
50,820
456, 579
513,416
2, 239, 513
1, 425, 413
227,072
167, 209
408,270
662, 510
1,186,913
704,077
934,001
449,757
795, 559
310, 720
276,094
2,103, 544
2,176, 032

$4, 468
331
21,416
3,834
12,400
7,806
6,171

952
1,908

17, 377

5,083
1,223

41, 846
48,704

$11,545,074
6,685,315
10,
8 278,490

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11, 991,986
11,967,466
18, 984,186
5,335,898
7, 595,438
11,210,087
9, 700, 743
12,094, 670
14, 505,847
5,476,274
12, 604, 789
36, 231,241
7, 688,844
15,364,452
11,934,437
9,134,350
7, 270, 657
11, 784,211
10, 388, 202
13, 575,829
8, 389,217
14, 574, 555
7, 505,800
10,691,441
13,143,150
9,728,715

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151
152
153
154

Wheeling, W . V a
Davenport, Iowa
Augusta, Ga
Medford, M a s s
Lancaster, P a

155
156
157
158
159

Charleston, W . Va
Hoboken, N . J
Chester, P a .
Union City, N . J
Madison, Wis

160
161
162
163
164

Maiden, Mass
Bethlehem, P a
San Jose, Calif
Irvington, N . J
Beaumont, Tex

165
166
167
168
169

Springfield, Mo__
D e c a t u r , 111
Holyoke, Mass
Hamtramck, Mich
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

170
171
172
173
174

York, P a
Jackson, Mich
E a s t Chicago, I n d
Kalamazoo, Mich
McKeesport, Pa

175
176
177
178
179

N e w Rochelle, N . Y
Austin, Tex
Macon, Ga
Greensboro, N . C
Waco, Tex

180
181
182

Highland Park, Mich
Galveston, Tex
Fresno, Calif
H a m i l t o n , Ohio
C l e v e l a n d H e i g h t s , Ohio

469,433
622, 200
1,266

185
186
187
188
189

Durham, N. C
K e n o s h a , W i s __ _
C o l u m b i a , S. C __
P u e b l o , Colo
Asheville. N . C

425,131
373, 283
40,151
32, 300

72, 774 1
31, 501
27,809

-

72,774
31, 501
27,809

__

287, 503
439, 799
1, 210, 309
392,108
410,443

-_
-

__

52,000

2,666

42,653

5, 666

50,000
36, 987

592, 981
105, 252
802,699
879, 307
217, 253

1,262
9,420
263, 507

1,262
9,420
263, 507

200,000

200,000

1,331,618
535, 986
928, 878
411, 740
540,187

121

121

99,513

99, 513

111,039
-

$111, 039

-

203, 812
27, 224

281, 951
10,000

920, 046
413, 700
1, 506, 336
1, 00#143
94, 584

8,000

700
301,892
2,464
494

1, 502, 356
7 15, 371
70,468
205, 825
492, 422

.
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-

485, 763
38,895

1,671

._
__

61,032
981,012
54,401
379,665
146,371

700
304, 722
2,464
8,494

2,830

32, 603

432, 830
622, 200

4,000

1, 266

7 Excess of cash in private trust account over cash in general treasury.
8 Data not available.

308, 283
19, 500

292, 206
65, 000
40, 000

132, 925
151
12, 800

135,
355,
434,
438,
788,

2,590

31, 033
3,348

1,255
233
100
855
7,362
227, 238
41,192
42,179
248, 341
16, 395

9, 317, 090
7,999,506
5, 519, 506
6, 595, 040
12,410, 286
9,038, 237
9,436,450
6, 088, 756
6, 332, 599
8,456, 987
3,146, 951
8, 730, 041
11, 086, 743
6, 096, 246
9, 575,166

34, 241
4,408
26, 508

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6,134, 692
8, 860, 226
6,926, 452
8, 088, 236
6, 674, 985
13, 060,955
7, 219, 229
6, 687, 820
9, 908, 574
8, 683, 786
10, 932, 452
6, 720, 317
7, 309,616
7, 448, 354
13, 219, 763

625
603
467
375
449

234,807
630, 493
327, 943
76, 799
2, 669, 880

10, 701,817
9,399, 518
7, 289, 319
8,543, 293
10,121,400

8, 060, 379
10, 382, 617
6, 292, 706
6, 588, 260
20,497,064

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[This table is presented in two sections, the first section beginning on p . 460. For alphabetical list of cities, by States, showing rank, see p. 10. For text discussion, see p. 57]

ASSETS I N INVESTMENT FUNDS AND MISCELLANEOUS I N V E S T M E N T S

CASH I N G E N E R A L T R E A S U R Y AND
G E N E R A L ADMINISTRATIVE FUNDS

City securities
(par value)

Exclusive of
Amounts held
amounts held in in private trust
private trust
accounts
accounts

Cash

Total

Real property

Other investments

Value of public
properties

GROUP V.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 30,000 TO 50,000
190
191
19?
193
194

Pittsfield, M a s s
Port Arthur, T e x .
Woonsocket, R . I .
Dearborn, M i c h . .
N e w Castle, P a . .

195
196
197
198
199

Haverhill, Mass . . .
Everett, Mass
..
J a c k s o n , Miss
S t o c k t o n , Calif _
B e r w y n , 111

200
201

P h o e n i x , Ariz
Brookline, M a s s . . . .
Elmira, N . Y
Clifton, N . J
Bay City, M i c h . . .

?m
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204

205
206
207
208
209

Muncie, I n d
Stamford, C o n n
Chelsea, M a s s
Williamsport, P a

210
211
212
213
214

Lexington, K y
Portsmouth, Va
Waterloo, Iowa
Jamestown, N . Y
L o r a i n , Ohio

215
216
217
218
219

Chicopee, M a s s
Perth Amboy, N . J
W i c h i t a Falls, Tex._
Salem, M a s s
B a t t l e Creek, M i c h

$159, 739
13, 242

$6,839
4,288

75,081
90,165
106

631

$147, 900
2,954

$5,000
6,000
74,450
90,165
106

_
_.

34, 698
139, 000
529, 665
185, 049

34, 698
139, 000
30,860

241, 200

257, 605

49

1,000

184, 000

.
13,804

_

24, 984
1,474, 029
9,411
500

42, 457

13,804
24,984
35,316

$1, 438, 713
9,411
500

23

42, 434

$524, 754
230, 300
407, 637
1, 646, 087
292,141
203, 968
372, 435
139,989
835, 523
836, 944
377, 504
392, 624
8,410
531, 583
92, 644
249, 956
208,127
446, 682
401,557
298,382

$72,108
1,567
320
951
6,587

$7, 271, 700
5,646, 836
5, 596, 215
14,999, 581
4,871,000
7,813, 645
5, 700,180
5, 307, 260
12, 260, 009
3,956,878

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8, 753, 600
6, 225,171
8, 216, 098
14, 568, 360

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850
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1,453
700

6, 350,441
4,328,400
7,973, 208
5,139, 717
4,329, 203

10,969

22,953
85, 325
319, 891
612,173
532,465

25
12,827
10,498
20,341

3,192,691
6,190,777
6,483,602
10,496,341
5, 202,500

164, 606
744,810
191, 383
73, 554
541, 053

1,499
1,654
38,438
15, 396
594

5, 218,148
7, 759,425
8,921,713
6,460, 750
7,893, 506

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221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229

115,049 ]
132,198

Columbus, Ga
Joliet, 111
P o r t s m o u t h , Ohio

Council Bluffs, I o w a
D u b u q u e , Iowa
Muskegon, Mich

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1,500

1,500

60, 000

60,000

15,634
20,800
159,664

99

84,849
4,000

230
231
232
233
234

W a r r e n , Ohio
St. P e t e r s b u r g , F l a

611, 505

14, 079

Lynchburg, Va
Fitchburg, Mass

117,188

10, 788

235
236
237
238
239

Ogden, U t a h
Poughkeepsie, N . Y
Oshkosh, W i s
Anderson, I n d
E a s t C l e v e l a n d , Ohio

532, 228 !
3,122

57,474

240
241
242
243
244

L a Crosse, W i s
Butte, Mont
Waltham, Mass
S h e b o y g a n , Wis__
Q u i n c y , 111

245
246
247
248
249

Meriden, Conn
Bloomfield, N . J
R o c k I s l a n d , 111
Green B a y , W i s
Cumberland, M d

250
251
252
253
254

Taunton,Mass
West N e w York, N . J
Raleigh, N . C
S a n B e r n a r d i n o , Calif
Hazleton, Pa

255
256
257
258
259

Auburn, N. Y
D a n v i l l e , 111
S a n t a M o n i c a , Calif-_
Arlington, M a s s
Zanesville, O h i o . .

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15,634
20,800
74,716
527,000

66, 426
106, 400

464, 248
3,122

10, 506
39, 206

39, 206
_

115,049 |
26,400

101, 900

3,267

767

2, 500

89,689
40,000
96, 312

2,689

87,666
40, 000
96, 312

.
32,500

29,500

3,666

82,888 1
598, 956
206,822
415, 752
319,008
540,009
121,193
372,658
166,509
301,182
114, 320
7 68,234
427, 658
21,051
288, 056
208,880
123, 657
481, 973
49,949
1, 072, 825
489, 639
113, 691
306, 590
627, 930
769,153
79, 819
512, 560
524,800
272,091
146, 071
208, 322
256, 073
145,873
337,108
213, 373

.

12,400
1,575
57, 338

12,400
1,575
57, 338

45, 731
419,820
685, 010
347,927
223. 612

210 j
890
15,975
4,357
47,771

4,830, 542
5, 558,334
3,167,600
7,352,397
10,943,339

1,634
2,135

6, 769,129
6,178, 039
6, 545,392
5, 276,472
6,815,450

153, 643
1,032
5, 971
872

4, 667, 474
38,773, 402
13,153, 775
5, 232,600
6,546,166

995 1
17,083
7,535
143, 372
2,354
721
3,163
6, 261
148
65
272

2,144

12, 911
3, 888

5, 919,386
6, 264, 478
6,995,354
5, 369, 451
5,562,440

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2, 243,108
6, 862, 391
5,799, 055
9, 055, 020
5, 001, 305
6,822,021
5, 600, 441
6,398,041
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4, 014,200
5,408,627
5, 406, 517
3,619,382
4,114,350
2, 696,081
13,603, 703
4,933, 425
3, 705,944

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[This table is presented in two sections, the first section beginning on p. 460. For alphabetical list of cities, by States, showing rank, see p. 10. For text discussion, see p. 57]

ASSETS IN INVESTMENT FUNDS AND MISCELLANEOUS I N V E S T M E N T S

CASH I N G E N E R A L TREASURY AND
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City securities
(par value)

Exclusive of
Amounts held
amounts held in in
private trust
private trust
accounts
accounts

Total

Cash

Real property

Other investments

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261 Superior, Wis
262 Elgin, 111
263 High Point, N. C . . .
264 Nor walk, Conn
265
266
267

Norristown, Pa
Revere, Mass
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Steubenville, Ohio.
Orange, N. J
Watertown, Mass..

270
271
272
273
274

West Allis, Wis
Alameda, Calif--Amsterdam, N.Y
Lewiston, Me
-New Brunswick, N. J_.

275
276
277
278
279

Plainfield, N . J
Easton, Pa
Newport News, Va_
Paducah, Ky
Mansfield, Ohio

280
281
282
283
284

Norwood, Ohio
Sioux Falls, S. Dak
Joplin, M o . .
Colorado Springs, Colo..
Santa Barbara, Calif

$2,546
78,070
249, 502

$570

$2, 546
32,500

$45, 000

5,000

244, 502

20,000

20,000

10,164
37,000
225, 000

»,690

16, 446
10,000

3,000
10, 000

1, 566, 071
345, 338
392, 767
1, 688, 591
522, 063
80, 283
79, 892
284, 844
238, 260
141,169

$33, 284
6,430
2,490
187
3,909
2,953

$9, 878, 738
3, 376, 025
4, 302,161
5, 658, 409
5, 255, 765
3, 234, 400
3, 916, 457
5,127,180
4, 020, 582
5, 538, 435

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13, 446

2,520

166, 049
518, 099
36, 597
25, 748
416, 965

18, 540

4, 350, 462
10,114, 295
4, 815,442
2, 991, 792
6,908,044

176, 942
48, 738
401, 676
8 62, 205
131, 396

1,200
12, 224
18, 094
1,242

3, 915, 517
4, 466, 409
5,671, 831
4, 243,147
6,138,027

344,946
737, 784
805, 380
170, 744
584, 631

12, 865

102
21, 031
6,440

3,713,112
6, 661, 693
3,980, 245
13,495,198
8,249,915

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Elkhart, Ind
Waukegan, 111
Kokomo, Ind
Richmond, Ind
Rome, N. Y

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Tucson, Ariz
Wilmington, N. C
Laredo, Tex..
Watertown, N. Y
Moline, 111

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Meridian, Miss
Pensacola, Fla
Nashua, N. H

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300
301
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Newburgh, N. Y
Port Huron, Mich

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303
304
305
306

Bellingham, Wash

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Bloomington, 111
Hagerstown, Md._

307
308
309
310

Everett, Wash__
Newark, Ohio
Santa Ana, Calif
Alton, Ul__.
Honolulu, Hawaii

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22, 729
13,112
13, 000

42, 746
996

9,734

3,378
13,000

126, 968

126, 968

35, 686

35, 686

987
81, 630

987

11, 072

1,000

113,131
22, 840

109,943
61, 302
14,152
420

80,000

17, 320

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77, 811

562, 220
808, 792
160, 950
428, 403
414, 959
880, 704
337, 988
235, 847
391, 091
544, 928

11,172
19, 225

15, 226

4,637, 715
4, 506, 551
2, 433, 400
5, 438, 517
4, 535, 293
4, 078, 984
3,041,365
1, 946, 900
8, 355, 405
3,787, 256

27, 085
80, 084
77,830
71,114

384
14, 084
14, 975

4,056, 993
3,189, 287
4, 755, 470
1, 807, 562

113,131
9,000

306, 850
59, 384
321, 469
248, 833

1,500
21, 330
412

4, 006,298
5, 974,794
2, 671,914
6,873,601

14, 076
61, 302
14,152
420

105,115
196, 006
271, 003
501,120

591
1,900

3,822, 605
2, 615, 889
4, 800, 588
5,137,122

1,630
10, 072

13,840

-

10

15,000
21, 733

5,000

216, 776
313, 778
373, 853
173, 752
2, 624, 204

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308,012
850,150
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87
88
89
90

Evansville, I n d

91
9?
93
94

El Paso, T e x .
Lowell, M a s s .
Tampa, Fla
Waterbury, Conn

1,381,000
162,000
99, 742
1,051,000
80,000

Utica, N Y
Duluth, Minn
Gary, I n d

7, 739,662
1,000,000
13, 202,273
1, 578,000

295,000
99,000

495, 885
400,000

419, 693
145,625

800,000
5,394,800

376,144

210,000

28, 584

1, 230, 374
27,000

84,666

700,000
1, 466,965
58, 286

105,198

5,047

2,775
1,000,000

31,600

GROUP IV—CITIES HAVING A POPULATION OF 50,000 TO 100,000
95
96
97
98
99

Schenectady, N . Y
S a c r a m e n t o , Calif

$447,200
2,209,501
916,000
2,831,413
1, 203,000

Bavonne, N . J
Wilkes-Barre, P a

$627,000

$5, 928,000

$70,000
876,000
477, 000
77,666

$186,
822,
27,
707,

17,000

100
101
10?
103
104

Rockford, 111
Lawrence, Mass
Savannah, Ga
Charlotte, N . C
Altoona, P a . _ _

941,000
2, 273, 339

746,000
75,000

86,000

105
106
107
108
109

Little Rock, Ark
Berkeley, Calif
St. J o s e p h , M o
Harrisburg, P a
Saginaw, M i c h

2, 320, 320
14, 414, 775
1, 664,000
1,391,600
1, 797,000

214, 425

1,115, 547

no
111
112
113
114

Sioux C i t y , I o w a
Lansing, M i c h . .
Pawtucket, R. I . . .
Binghamton, N . Y . . .
Shreveport, La

115
116
117
118
119

Manchester, N . H
N i a g a r a Falls, N . Y
Lincoln, N e b r
P a s a d e n a , CalifH u n tington, W. V a .

781,000
2,117,133
2, 660, 638
1,045, 545
1,900,000

120
121
1??
1?3
124

Winston-Salem, N . C
E a s t St. L o u i s , 111
Troy, N . Y .
Quincy, Mass
Springfield, 111

5, 514,000
1, 984,219

781, 398
247,000

500
28, 256

2, 794, 747

130,000
$40,000

34,372
204,000
215,192
412,869
328,611

2,130,000
151, 395

$6, 300
2,500

1,000
200
50, 000

813, 000
409,085
36, 963

1,150,600
973, 787

$558,000
290
1,000

766,666
147,828
6,623, 791

73,800

63,000
1, 527, 537

141, 678
10,000

1,222, 386
1,813, 637

781, 245
295, 350
1, 559, 367
101,000

16,000

161,000
2,654,306
417,075
3,000

293, 492

3, 396,000

17,500
69, 219

45, 220

2, 111, 000
8,000

14,000
449, 610

508,620

69,300
34,000
1,290,724

o

700,000

_.

._

$8, 000

590
733
720
735

1, 248, 773

1,559
1,965,000
1,200,000

66, 534

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ASSETS IN PUBLIC TRUST FUNDS

ASSETS IN SINKING FUNDS

I
Aggregate
Total

Grand total.
Group
Group
Group
Group
Group

I
II
III
IV
V

$15, 095, 537,491
9,326,304,388
1, 424,920, 056
2,261, 328, 472
1, 270, 271,133
812, 713,442

$1,136,573,124
763,965, 890
131, 633, 743
150, 099, 679
56,894, 424
33,979, 388

Cash

$135,301,618
56,197, 045
23, 886, 224
27, 417,030
17,965,458
9, 835,861

City
securities
(par value)
$925,369,080
689,
93,
99,
27,
15,

099, 817
728, 737
322,977
492, 224
725, 325

Other
investments

Total

$75,902, 426

$510,878,622

$15, 371, 778

421,891,331
36, 421,132
24, 705,327
15, 839, 903
12, 020, 929

8,150, 933
2, 399, 385
1, 891, 074
1, 635, 958
1, 294,428

18, 669, 028
14, 018, 782
23, 359, 672
11, 436, 742
8, 418, 202

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

Other
investments

, 172,411
246,949,131
5, 710, 323
6,885, 353
4, 656,944
1,970,660

$229,334,433
166, 791, 267
28, 311, 424
15, 928, 900
9, 547,001
8, 755,841

GROUP I.—CITIES HAVING A POPULATION OF 500,000 AND OVER
New York, N . Y . —
Chicago, 111
Philadelphia, Pa._Detroit, Mich
Los Angeles, Calif..

$4, 401, 375 705
1, 032,162,850
779,967, 563
561,861, 340
532, 346, 027

$440, 764,798
7,029, 212
131, 481,174
36, 233,105
16, 519,194

$2, 390,960
7,029, 212
288, 074
3, 721,104
16,519,194

$438, 373,838

Cleveland, Ohio
St. Louis, Mo
Baltimore, Md
Boston, Mass

266,474, 491
284, 862, 608
263,069, 576
390, 050, 075

18, 804,848
11, 310, 597
30, 686, 487
37, 826,498

5, 412, 404
6, 913, 597
21, 628
1, 526,448

11, 440, 245
3, 401, 000
28, 283, 000
22,973, 050

Pittsburgh, Pa
San Francisco, Calif
Milwaukee, Wis

215,379, 292
276,014,346
132,364,561
190, 375, 954

14, 458, 738
2,914, 478
3, 699, 041
12, 237, 720

5, 201,989
2,914, 478
49, 041
4, 208,916

9, 256, 749

Buffalo, N . Y

131,193,100
32, 500, 031

$11,970
1, 952,199
996, 000
2, 381, 859
13, 327, 000

3, 650, 000
8, 028, 804

$176, 808,875
66, 060,963
92,111,310
2, 356, 756
11, 832, 659

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$2, 628, 010 $173,835,865
21,195,042
1, 339,895
16, 425,900
337, 869
2, 316, 433
40, 323
2, 764, 671
920, 768

181, 501
6, 734, 271
10, 003, 703
37, 240, 451

68, 593
80, 582
51, 223
1, 479,478

730, 741
10,155,181
7, 470, 461
204, 459

317,940
644, 807
90, 236
151, 209

2, 593, 000
3, 448, 466
15, 869,140
246, 501
1,875, 000
6, 340, 425

$345,000
43, 526, 026
75, 347, 541
8,147, 220
74, 220
4, 060, 689
6, 504, 014
19,891,833
166, 300
7, 635, 374
1, 039, 800
53, 250

GROUP IL—CITIES HAVING A POPULATION OF 300,000 TO 500,000
Washington, D.C_.
Minneapolis, Minn.
New Orleans, La__.
Cincinnati, Ohio.._
Newark, N . J . . . . . . .

$105,291,238
113,869, 913
110,526,430
200,687,373
187, 774,187

$112,410
8, 219,169
3, 306, 546
41, 491,114
18, 337, 470

$112, 410
428, 385
3, 306, 546
1, 297, 379
1, 043,168

$4,997, 646

$2, 793,138

39, 263, 622
16, 477, 741

930,113
816, 561

$4,109, 621
6, 975, 942
3, 249, 375
10, 591,162
1, 289, 967

$79, 411
213, 480
106, 454
200, 478
187,153

$645, 450 !
274, 000 I
838,349
136, 702 I

$4,030, 210
6,117,012
2, 868,921
9, 552, 335
966,112

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ASSETS I N SINKING F U N D S

Aggregate
Total

1931—Continued

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

ASSETS I N PUBLIC TRUST F U N D S

Other
investments

Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

Other
investments

GROUP II.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 300,000 TO 500,000—Continued
363
780
752
490

$10, 096, 541
3, 325, 660
1, 248, 528
7, 660, 394

$1,818, 571
2, 434, 044
1,153, 528
1, 392, 394

$2,914, 200
763,116
62, 000
4,103, 000

106, 308, 495
62, 386, 932
59, 028, 622
94,974, 478

17,933, 218
5, 314,136
6,211 181
8, 377, 376

8, 431, 467
1,122, 408
972,181
373, 743

9, 501, 751
3, 979, 318
4,169, 000
7, 497, 343

$93, 553,
151, 900,
48, 368,
90, 249,

Kansas City, Mo
Seattle, Wash
Indianapolis, Ind
Rochester, N.Y.Jersey City, N.JL
Houston, Tex
Louisville, Ky___
Portland, Oreg..

$5, 363, 770
128, 500
33, 000
2,165, 000
212,410
1, 070,000
506, 290

3

$1,996, 614
2, 236, 387
626,460
1, 320,616

$55, 749
136, 066
55, 004
973, 616

$76, 000
1,995, 699

1,147, 656

237,966

909, 690

922, 850
1, 954, 482

47,176
106, 832

602, 433

232, 000

$1,864,865
104, 622
571,456
115,000

$50,636,176
60,409,860
75,832,878
104, 692, 460
34,030,924

$3, 615, 744
12, 995, 581
801,162
1, 344, 045
1,711,450

$1, 665,164
780,092
439,062
950,925

St. P a u l , M i n n
B i r m i n g h a m , Ala
Dallas, T e x
Akron, Ohio
Memphis, Tenn

69, 603, 378
31,892,083
47, 701, 772
43,145,893
43,901, 474

16, 097,871
649,253
2, 273, 469
2,052,341
2, 538, 774

933,371
209,753
1, 729,959
599,464
658,825

11,071,600
368, 500
543, 500
1,452,877

Providence, R . I
San Antonio, T e x
Omaha, Nebr
Syracuse, N . Y
D a y t o n , Ohio

65,848,033 ;
47,301,993
53,123, 695
40,111,870 j
32,468, 903 1

14, 941,894
3,068, 234
5,471, 269

207,902
2,453,484
1, 701,129

14, 733,992
614, 750
3, 303,140

299,499

2,355,387

Toledo, Ohio .
C o l u m b u s , Ohio . _

S9
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

O a k l a n d , Calif

_

1

2,654,886 1

$1,950, 580
11, 405,379
362,100
393,120
1,711,000

$810,110
450
4,092,900
71,000

H
875, 674
1, 245, 217

571
985
375
297

$10, 220
26, 515
56,311
7,829
10, 488

$9,000
16,000
383,186

$634,447
420, 721
1,404,170

111,000

47,600

9, 621
14, 372
9,875
104, 594

227, 500

484, 450
181, 613
40,000
334,293

79,295
20,194
10,098
5,681
11,298

3,045,000
2,000
505,175

8,500
166,410

1,879,949

467, 000

&
M

W
M
o
xn

$653, 667
463, 236
1, 843,667
7,829
169,088
721,
195,
58,
605,

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GROUP III.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 100,000 TO 300,000
?7
?8
29
30
31

CO
00
00

3, 417,665
30,494
623, 665
20,181
102,214 1

85,900

293,370
8,300
108, 392
14, 500
5,016

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Worcester, Mass
Oklahoma City, Okla
Richmond, Va
Youngstown, Ohio
Grand Rapids, Mich.

43,582, 231
33, 689,194
43,890,036
24,310, 660
39, 506,367

1,089,899 I
5,641,937
9,919,449
455,130
4,073,064

83,899
650,099
1,908, 549
102,278
1,392,990

Fort Worth, Tex
Hartford, Conn
New Haven, C o n n . . .
Flint, Mich.
Nashville, Tenn

28, 741,527
60, 818,013
36,079,125
30, 756,463
34, 218,044

2, 503, 290
3,880,117
985,869
1,493,555
1,606,881

242,251
193,570
37,606
517,511
953,881

San Diego, Calif
Springfield, Mass
Long Beach, Calif
Bridgeport, Conn
Scranton, Pa

56, 791,884
45, 538,072
50,977,706
25,889,176
19,321, 521

515,942

515,942

495,211

495, 211

842,341

617, 341

Tulsa, Okla
Des Moines, Iowa
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Yonkers, N . Y .
Paterson, N.J

29, 299,013
27, 517,341
30,016, 528
34,905,165
33, 725,035

2, 238, 746
806, 577
170,384
461,090
2, 621, 374

1,168, 075
186,113
9,384
261, 090
47, 374

771,056
295, 314
61,000
200,000
2, 574,000

Jacksonville, Fla
Norfolk, Va
Albany, N.Y
Trenton, N.J
Kansas City, K a n s . . .

28, 761,361
39, 568,133
43,481,751
25, 264, 061
19, 455, 036

550,405
9,173, 545
1,988,805
3,301,811
2, 578, 617

466, 405
306, 245
176,085
165,064
165,898

84,000
8,167,300
863,220
2,882, 747
775, 707

700,000
949, 500
254,000
1,637,012

Chattanooga, Tenn._.
Camden, N.J
Fort Wayne, Ind
Erie, Pa
Elizabeth, N.J__.

10,984, 533
28,107, 452
21,847, 504
27, 562, 270
20, 548, 251

253,011
2, 718, 327
5,285
783,490
2, 052, 204 1

77, 111
155,092
5,285
361,490
324,047

2, 533, 635

175, 900
29,600

422,000
1, 718,157

10,000

Spokane, Wash
Wichita, Kans
Fall River, Mass
Cambridge, Mass
New Bedford, M a s s . .

20, 242, 579
9,-867,926
17, 797, 488
23, 241, 757
22, 503, 505

384, 756

167,141

10,600

207,015

1,378,046
3,113,453
786, 228

2,046
60, 953
28, 773

212,000
717, 500
64,000

1,164,000
2, 335,000
693,455

Miami, Fla
Reading, Pa
Knoxville, Tenn
Peoria, 111
South Bend, Ind

21,
23,
14,
12,
17,

212
610
321
637
561

597, 782
308,116
1, 221,832

391,893
209,116
9, 781

181, 000
99, 000
601,473

24,889

Tacoma, Wpsh
Canton, Ohio
Wilmington, Del
Gary, Ind
Somerville, M a s s

45,507,343
22,822,187
36, 506, 289
19, 544,160
10, 039,954

738, 267
3,177, 298
845,503
38,519

259,
017,
966,
025,
637,

60, 946 1

1,006,000
4, 507, 688
7, 572,900
299,102
2,133,974
848,640
1,195,248
838,000
976,044
653,000

215,000

484,150
438,000
53, 750
546,100
1,412,399
2,491, 299
110,263

10,000
299, 615
325,150
100,000

610, 578 1
1

60,946
328, 730
627, 302
7, 753
34,191

378, 537
2,499, 996
598, 250
4,328

31,000
50, 000
239, 500

1, 612,152 I
106,890
552, 580
162, 580
29,651

28,040 1
106,890
38,330
20,402
2,451

16,631
308,092
1,338,489
49,111
45,531

181
3,317
140,372
49,111
38,581

637, 654
51,137
7,336
65, 254
134, 330

22,121
873
7, 336 '
31,436
32,065

178,308
321, 700
279, 226
1,135, 756
48,107

178, 306
28,918
9, 626
46, 006
15,897

120, 727
2,568
136,157
316,392
8,608

14, 506
1, 568
135,157
11,991
4, 386

1,584,112
15,000

514, 250
127,178
27,200

10,000
58,481
50,000

6,450
246,294
1,148,117

5,200

1,750

19,464

615, 533
30,800

27, 300

33,818
74, 965

131,405
19, 250

161,377
269. 600
1, 070, 500
32, 210

o

106, 221

1,666
185, 000
1,500

13,070
47,839
336,971
29, 053
150, 276 [

570
339
39, 378
492
6,226

99,689
121, 240
63, 317
49,192
500,861

16, 011
19, 040
213
3, 350
3, 687

6,578
21,000
649,453
318, 619

48, 256
26, 630

266, 520

119,993
191,154
790, 789
144, 672
61, 503 1

4, 972
8, 679
25, 281
13, 725
29,006

17,900
162, 650
107, 650

47,500
137, 527
31,850
3,892
94, 200
26,000

1,078

1,000
119,401
2,722

1-3

12,500

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160, 066
28, 561
112, 200
79, 786
8,000
63,104
45,842
471,174
5,500
21,000
334,677
291,989
97,121
19, 825
657, 858
130,947
32,497

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ASSETS IN PUBLIC TRUST FUNDS

ASSETS IN SINKING FUNDS
CITY

Aggregate
Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

o

Other
investments

Total

City
securities
(par value)

Cash

Other
investments

GROUP III.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 100,000 TO 300,000—Continued
87
88
89
90

Evansville, I n d — -E l Paso, T e x
Tampa, Fla
Lynn, Mass..

91
9?
93
94

Utica, N . Y
Duluth, Minn
Waterbury, Conn .
Lowell, M a s s _ _

_._

_

$19,189,801
12, 673, 064
17,859, 238
20, 582, 698

$19, 351
1, 617, 400
1, 551,197
578, 700

$19,351
345,400
800,561
800

10, 524, 323
28, 557, 532
26, 702, 354
12,405,088

90, 760
724
168,472

90,760
724
16,284

$1, 246, 000
750, 636

$26, 000
577,900

100, 000

52,188

$183, 373
59, 277
66,832
105, 279

$162, 251
656
42,902
6, 248

$19,000
58, 621
13,000

249,148
3, 289,426
303,421
155,403

20, 701
62, 066
5,050
9

14, 650
601,231
93,670

$2,122

a

10,930
99,031
213,797
2, 626,129
298, 371
61,724

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Xfl

95
96
97
98
99

Allentown, P a
S a c r a m e n t o , Calif
Schenectady, N . Y
Bayonne, N . J
Rockford, 111

100
101
10?
103
104

Wilkes-Barre, Pa_
Lawrence, Mass
Savannah, Ga_Berkeley, Calif
Little Rock, A r k

105
106
107
108
109

Charlotte, N . C
Altoona, P a
Saginaw, M i c h
St. Joseph, M o
Lincoln, N e b r

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$15,441,132
27, 718, 218
17,420,135
18,181,843
13, 542, 357
20, 689, 767
9,864, 770
10,640,430
23,909,683
9,210,457

_

12,713,977
13, 514,932
14,219,281
10,947,319
16,721,395 11

$994,406
327,185
116,265
581,017
5,848

$609,406
327,185
3,597
22,381
5,848

77,166
45,925
321,500
241,667
38,654

112,643
38,654

343,629
1,193,635
818,873
92,182
452,006 11

202,021
127,873
69,802
251,112

77,166
30,925

$385.000

$300
220,905
380,383
24,657
574,129

112, 668
558,636

15,000
15,000
129,024

981,614
691,000

30,443
10,987

14,443

38,330
65,791

38,330
65,791

$220, 235
32, 500
467,116

311 200
12,900
88,695

10,000

6,000
10,987

89,000
81,067

117,900
59,240

$306, 500

343,629
10,000
22,380

200,894

$300
$670
36, 683
11,757
18,318

1,249

100

245,279
157,578

38,379
17,271

1,149

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111
112
113
114

Harrisburg, Pa
Sioux City, Iowa
Lansing, Mich.
Pawtuoket, R.I
Pasadena, Calif

14,140,654
12,084,334
27,084, 287
14,060,490
28,809,255

124,838 1
314,107
692,592
2,917,393
856,103

92,138
116,074
392, 204
335,393
856,103

7,100 1
178,033
24,818
2,412,000

115
116
117
118
119

Niagara Falls, N . Y . . .
Binghamton, N.Y
Shreveport, La
Huntington, W.Va...
Manchester, N H

20,363,066
16,681,840
13,360,081
7,501,981
14,018,468

229,814
134,603
83,855
526,820

4,214
9,184
56,855
468,320

50,175
125,419
27,000

120
121
122
123
124

Winston-Salem, N . C .
East St. Louis, 111...
Quincy, Mass
Lakewood, Ohio
Troy, N . Y

12,355,916
8, 208,577
i 759,684
11.321.472 1
11,106,678

386,081
140,006

11,081
140,006

350,000

715,055
813

411,192
813

303,863 |

125
126
127
128
129

Springfield, 111
Roanoke, Va
Portland, Maine
East Orange, N.J
Springfield, Ohio

14.150.473
7,404, 231
19,125,914
14,734,846
11,833, 750

49,618
1,105,922
881,992
1,612,342
859,561 1

49,618
120,922
242,124
18,887
172,488

916,000
368,032
1, 593,455
687,073

130
131
132
133
134

Cicero, 111
Mobile, Ala
New Britain, Conn—
Racine, Wis
Atlantic City, N.J__.

7,049,730
12,304,501
15, 516,334
14,816,935
41,159,680

1,183,598
705,368

76, 329
5,748

172,000
126,000

2,527,481

835,981

1, 691, 500

135
136
137
138
139

Pontiac, Mich
Hammond, Ind
Newton, Mass
Johnstown, Pa
Oak Park, 111

14,145,608
9,903,146 1
19,167, 519 1
12,413,795
13,619,543

983, 217
69,997
857,527
728,927
61, 324

71,847
69,997
527
568,927
61,324

472, 500

438,870

326,000
160,000

531, 000

140
141
142
143
144

Montgomery, A l a . . .
Glendale, Calif
Evanston, 111
Covington, Ky
Topeka, Kans

10,653,627
13,419,113
14,865,389
9,542, 758
12,220,648

735, 775
413,548

502,325
313,944

182, 450

51, 000
99, 604

145
146
147
148
149

Mount Vernon, N.Y.
Brockton, Mass
Passaic, N.J
Terre Haute, Ind
Charleston, S.C

17,113,949
9,904,007
16,281,321
8,841,550
13,466,306 I
1

5,153
275,139

5,153
3 8,817

1,649,376
677,828
911, 703
68,927
1,107,037 1

583,895
25,828
9, 203
68,927
20,537 1

Value of public properties not included.

25, 600 1
20,000
275, 570
170,000

126 I
17,357
189,380
49,698
56,096

126 |
17, 357
28,254
16,698
42,846

175,425

40,352
393,521
139,150
51,768
643, 540

3,909
22,579
74,107
51,768

91, 284
55,821
436,866
58,477
777

37,883
9,921
8,903
58,477
777

58,500
25,000

69,000
271,836 1

935, 269
573, 620

283, 956
1,065,481
233,000
902, 500

419,666

770,000

316,500
2

161,126
33,000
13, 250
23,443
27,332
52, 240

13,000
343,610
12,803

355, 500

288,040

9,000
8,400
2,000

44.401
37, 500
425,963

153,399 '

11, 399

13,000

129,000

752, 604 |
117,425
409, 654

li,59l
1,375
2,458

444,797
84,600
129, 500

296. 216
31, 450
277,696

262, 289
233, 569
192,885
280,297
420,379

9,164
9,499
1,059
5, 074
13, 211

15,000
500
16,000
275,223
12,000

238,125
223, 570
175,826

1,331
258, 733
998, 325

331
9, 593
111, 060

1,000
93,000

249,140
794, 265

345, 600

73,274

82,900

189,426

19, 656

2,480

307, 596
63, 351
128, 535

2 g, 854
2,951
15,974

24, 000 I
60,400
91, 711

293,450

243, 732
118,448
217,268
651, 771
973, 727 1

23, 032
4,246
26,368
26,181
16,162

Overdraft.

395,168

17,176

162,500
768,500 1

20,850
220, 700
114, 202
28,400
625,590
189,065

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CITY

Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

to

ASSETS I N PUBLIC TRUST F U N D S

Other
investments

City
securities
(par value)

Cash

Total

Other
investments

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150
151
15?
153
154

Medford, Mass
Wheeling, W.Va.
Charleston, W . V a
Augusta, G a
Davenport, Iowa

155
156
157
158
159

Lancaster, P a
Irvington, N . J . .
Madison, W i s . .
S a n Jose, Calif.
Chester, P a

160
161
162
163
164

H o b o k e n , N.J__
Maiden, Mass _

165
166
167
168
169

Springfield, M o

Hamtramck, Mich

3, 953,
8, 672,
10,036,
8,828,
8, 300,

170
171
17?
173
174

Holyoke, Mass
Cedar Rapids, Iowa .
York, P a .
N e w Rochelle, N . Y
J a c k s o n , Mich— _

12, 402, 363
10, 440, 038
8, 430,141
15, 666, 940
9,867, 715

175
176
177
178
179

- --.

_
__
_ __
-

Union City, N . J

D e c a t u r , 111. _

C l e v e l a n d H e i g h t s , Ohio
Greensboro, N . C
Waco, Tex

_ _

$9,611,332
11, 486,289
11,129,060
7,831, 647
10, 764,121

$85,084
512,826
1,014,448 •
466,894
89,698

$24,084
181,083
436,948
92,894
89, 698

$38,000

12, 387,068
8,207,195 1
14,139,116
7,802, 872 i
8,027,364

647,839
426,406 |
103,150
41,747
1,361, 923

158,639
4,006

99,200
422, 400
103,150

4l, 747
1,205,423

156, 500

11,194,190
10,273,134
10,877,829
7, 726, 597
10, 206,168

1, 741,110
288,874
898,537
670,181
1,405, 609

598,385
63, 724
376,537
42,260
547,409

1,142, 725
1,000
442,000
596, 938
858, 200

133,832
318,808
280, 690
12,898
518, 636

68,832
216,808
21,861
3,126
518, 636

129, 769
538,933

109,769
513,933

101, 343

161,343

160,323
309, 565
1,211,738
546,090
1,392,720 [

144,842
212,251
645,027
156,256
444,020

961
512
733
221
091

7, 619, 384
9,889, 417
15,002,692
10, 708,849
10, 402,047 1

165,000

$23,000
331,743
577, 500
209,000
390,000

224,150
80,000
30,983

*•*

205,829
9,772

20,000
25,000

3,481
97, 314
566,711
11,000
783,700

63, 511 '
65, 248
186, 517 1
71, 216 I
4, 918

$105,749
101, 447

$595
147,092
5,095

$1,000

55, I l 2

47,570

3,432
5,198
22,825
5,216
4,918

4,000
60,000
140,500
66,000

13,288
9,350
56,079
50
23,192

a

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16,653
527, 222

1, 230
3,309

15,423
523, 913

886

184

702

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65,000

102,000
53,000

$106,344
248,539
6,095
13,288
112, 032

17,780
165,906 I
218,674 1
108,900 1
710

1,280
906
8,987
34,899
710

52,000

16,500
165,000
157,687
74,001

38, 569 !
76,645 1
226, 827
594, 723
500,260

1,788
1,145
19, 793
21, 558
23,022

3,500
14,500
114,000
30,000

36,781
72,000
192,534
459,165
447,238

250
67,354
39,631 i 1
78,258 ! I

67
67, 354
543
9,366

36,000

39,088
32,892

12,000
378,834
165,000

183

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181
182
183

Macon, Ga
D e a r b o r n , Mich__
H a m i l t o n , Ohio__
Galveston, Tex__

7,078,772 1
20,998,936
9, 765, 627
8,740,063

3,408,258 1
551, 676
544,009

943,408
157, 212
402,009

2,440,850
334,944
142,000

24,000
59, 520

184
185
186
187

Durham, N.O
Highland Park, Mich
F r e s n o , Calif
Port Arthur, Tex

11,261,429
15,261, 643
10, 056,737
6,780,642

813,672
3,138,190
336,597
419,808

254, 956
151, 597
226, 658

189, 500
537, 340
185,000
193,150

624,172
2,345,894

188
189
190
191

Asheville, N . C
Kenosha, Wis
B e r w y n , 111
P u e b l o , Colo

26,954,242
11,639,269
4, 525,859
7,118,150

10, 700
8,873
16,000
185,879

8,873
64,726

17,000

192
193
194
195

C o l u m b i a , S.C
Pittsfleld, M a s s
Jackson, Miss
Woonsocket, R . I

6,806,238
8,079,413
5, 550,161
7, 521, 714

376,325

144, 206

1,431, 368

4,368

44,254 1
82,279
5,051
22,000

3,756
8,279
91

10,114
74,000

30,384

11,000

4,960
11,000

424,874
86, 510

73,174
86, 510

16,200

335, 500

16,000
104,153

127,961
132, 520
140,853

5,961
10,331
7, 542

122,000
2,408
124,688

119, 781
8,623

9,230

222,889

78,173

42,000

36,173

1,228,000

199,000

13, 654

10,700

939

12, 715

s

G R O U P V . — C I T I E S H A V I N G A P O P U L A T I O N O F 30,000 T O 50,000
$174,657
138,973
587,321
123,667
109,180

196
197
198
199
200

Everett, Mass
Clifton, N . J
P h o e n i x , Ariz
N e w Castle, P a
S t o c k t o n , Calif

$7,025,069
9,781,973
12,497,267
5,271,759
14,466,482

201
202
203
204
205

Haverhill, Mass
Brookline, Mass__
Muskegon, Mich _
Stamford, C o n n
Elmira, N . Y

8,621,889
9,880,429
11,011,610
9, 559,251
5,932,849

30,666

666

273,714
732,365
7,975

27,214

206
207
208
209
210

B a y C i t y , M i c h ___
A u r o r a , 111
Muncie, Ind
Waterloo, Iowa
Williamsport, P a

16,352,262
6,824,611
4,799,902
6,981,387
5,060,991

907,814
3,325
112,363
135,421 1
377,618

211
212
213
214
215

Chelsea, M a s s _
Lexington, K y . _
Jamestown, N . Y
Portsmouth, V a .
Lorain, Ohio_.

5,605,385
4,035,699
12,248,659
9,490,102
5,803,896 i

216
217
218
219
220

Chicopee, M a s s
Joliet, 111
Amarillo, Tex
Cranston, R.I
Wichita Falls, Tex

5,683,957
6,808,948
7,001,559
3,985,999
9,843,083 |

-_
__

__.

364,155
553,212
118,911
1, 599,234
245,604

500,493
370,367
818,354 1

$1,973
228,351
119,709
109,180

$60,000
137,000
15,840

$114, 657

30,000
203, 500

43,000
732,365

7,975
133,306
3,325
112,363
127,021
164,518

$219,344
108,873

$19,344
5,872

82,938

77, 576

5,362

318,980
98,420
3,370,393
74,928
169,378

3,989
2,821
58,861
443
8,351

314,991
95,599
3,183,532
74,485
145,527

253,080
147,113
7,908
13,572

15, 603
25,316
3,108
572

23,025
270,107
141,070
763
62,054

182
13,495
9,855
763
62,054

32,636
233,389

845
4,039

343,130
3,958

554,000

220, 508

208,100

8,400
5,000

42,305
432,859
118,911
823, 736
40,729

321,850
120,353
753,085
204,875

22,413

351,225
189
115,436

80,954
81,000
9,500

68,314
289,178
693,418

$200,000

$103,661

128,000
15,500
65,000

21,802

70,800

s

172,477
121,797
4,800
13,000
22,843
234,810
131,215

31,791
158, 550

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CITY

Total

a

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

ASSETS I N PUBLIC TRUST FUNDS

Other
investments

Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

Other
investments

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B a t t l e Creek, M i c h
Perth Amboy, N . J
Montclair, N . J
P o r t s m o u t h , Ohio

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W a r r e n , Ohio ._ _ _~
Kearny, N.J
,

930
?vN
?39
93S
?34
?35

Dubuque, Iowa

9Rfi
937
^38
939

Oshkosh, W i s

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Ogden, U t a h .
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Fitchburg, Mass..

^40

$9,415,365
8,921,883
12,917,807
7, 696, 580
7, 234, 746

$828,349
1,157, 202
103,150

5,198,132
4,391, 618
14,979, 248
7,856, 380
7,160, 751

62,001
123,706
1,076, 552
107,142
37,327

4,001
48,705
124,689
51,466
37, 327

58,000
75,001
931,863
55, 676

6, 022, 933
7, 258,053
42, 801, 714
6,683,964
8,846,810

453,186
1, 533,682
1,493,361
8,803
970,397

12,986
163, 682
202, 752
8,803
161,657

87, 200
1,370,000
962,163
404,952

403,788

102,824
2,015

13, 742

40,000
55,819

5, 777

76,627

7, 767, 386
5,405, 760
6, 254,178
7, 231,889
6, 622, 226

156, 566 |
57,834
82,404

$29,523
92,202
a 34,912

$798,826
587,000
138,062

$16, 527
6,400
183,072
4,752
280,786

$3,265
6,400
53,572
4, 752
3,818

32,026
135,059
4,096
105,964

9,630
19,355
4,096
5,964

353,000

23,322

328,446

52,537
8,456
83,534
293,399
155, 690
113,899
512,132
108,484

13,835
24,702
24, 879
5,012
8, 358

173, 600
64,988

$478,000

20,000

$13,262
$84,000

45,500
276,968

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22,396
115,704

H
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10,000

90,000

xn

18,072

5,000

250

H
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7,056

45,481
8,456
63,950

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19, 584

24,000
91, 776

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105,964
66,000
89,020
483,120
8,350

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949

?43
244
?45

Waltham, Mass
Sheboygan, Wis
Bloomfield, N . J
Green B a y , W i s
Butte, Mont _

946

247
°48
949

250

S a n B e r n a r d i n o , Calif.
S a n t a M o n i c a , Calif. ..
High Point, N . C . . . .

7,454, 710
7,320,467 |
9,080, 656
7, 246,155
3,177,328
10,183,646
5,584,148
5, 758,409 1
14,852, 369
6,881,113 I

38,063

3,063

29,000

6,000

1,075,071

8,398

555,109

511,564

220, 315

147,315

22,000

51,000

18,903

18,903

loo, 665
244, 621
363,995 1

155,665
231,621
2 24, 592

213,000

13,000
175, 587

61,100
108,301 ,
92, 294
105,353
19,904

1,203
8,301
6,897
4,853
9,518

99,014
191, 752
14,103
31,243

30,638
2,772
13, 568
31, 243

80,500
62, 397
16,500
10,386

59,897
19,500
23,000
84,000
68,376
188,980

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252
253
254
255

Arlington, Mass
Cumberland, MdRock Island, 111
Raleigh, N.C
West New York, N.J..

256
257
258
559
260

White Plains, N . Y . . . .
Taunton, Mass
Hazleton, Pa
.
West Allis, Wis
Danville, 111

m
J62
263
264
265

Norwalk, Conn
Auburn, N.Y
Zanesville, Ohio
Elgin, 111
Watertown, M a s s . .

6,679,293
5,359,083
4,533,152
5, 092,060
5, 912,935

166
267
268
269
270

Revere, Mass
Norristown, Pa
Superior, Wis
Steubenville, Ohio..
Orange, N.J

3,908, 812
3,999,192
4,340, 762
5,373, 778
5, 704,199

271
272
273
274
275

Alameda, Calif
Plainfield, N.J
Lewiston, Maine
Amsterdam, N.Y
New Brunswick, N . J .

276
277
278
279
280

Santa Barbara, Calif__
Paducah, Ky
Easton, Pa
Newport News, Va
Norwood, Ohio

281
282
283
584
285

Sioux Falls, S.Dak
Waukegan, 111
Mansfield, Ohio
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Joplin, Mo

286
287
288
289
290

Elkhart, I n d . .
Tucson, Ariz._
Laredo, Tex__.
Kokomo, Ind_
Rome, N.Y____

6,009,147
7, 960,822
6, 421,910
5, 895, 360
4,922, 604
14,334,027
8,632,365
3,650,447
4,912,543
2,966,796

120,128
491,175

I, 875

338,052
256,325

170,060
146, 325

182,977
419,482
23,478

95,277
11,532
23,478

366,585
41,364
384,030
1,446

33, 709
1,446

507, 279
66, 349
158,321
974, 746

455,479
66,349
145,821
5, 270

8,001, 764
4, 685,992
3, 559,841
5, 795,441
7, 222,132

67, 215
403, 934

34, 959
50

161, 580

18, 664

7, 560, 290
4, 780, 784
5, 423, 729
6, 874, 890
5, 243,165

231, 819
236,991
858, 013
698, 256
966, 291

231, 819
216, 991
439,863
577, 256
56, 776

8, 913, 226
5, 447,870
6, 737, 271
14, 636, 342
3, 976,164

1, 028, 499
40,915
240, 450
562, 004
125, 650

189,368
40,915
114, 550
224, 504
125, 650

5, 424, 958
5, 244, 403
2, 343,196
3, 683, 289
4, 925, 019

73,123
849,878
179,348
23, 604
2, 555 1

II, 089

42,123
502, 439
118, 348
23, 604
2,555

2,000
154,800

118,128
334, 500

170, 566 1
140, 731

10,129

15,000

155,566

114, 500

16,102

85,000

167,992
25,000

104,142

97,642

6,500

77,700
37,450

10,000
370,500

366,062
39,969

6,962

359,100
39,969

63, 233

3,035

50,198

10,000

59,793
87,442
33,511
186,064
20,386

571
14,502
7,027
26, 224

8,077
24,890

51,145
48,050
26,484
109,000
20,386

20,000
20, 275
350, 321

346,585
10,000

50,840

1,139
7,600
57,938
10,002
27, 595

12, 500
969, 476

1,139
8,305
127,171
19,839 1
31, 204

14,083
9,837
3, 609

32, 256
403, 884

76,187
83,814

76,187
8,968

74,846

158,419
84, 770

7,144
3,970

151, 275
61,000

370

370

51, 800

142,916

20,
313,
121,
907,

705
55,150

19,800

000
900
000
515

104, 250

11, 085

I, 085

10,000

2,000

20, 771

19, 771

1,000

101, 000

738,131

43,175
85, 662
37, 576
78, 485
229,935

43,175
5,908
25, 025
130
2, 485

113, 261
14, 828

40, 549
4,810

10, 018

3, 301
19,602

1,500

125,900
328, 500

9, 000
31, 000

347, 439
61,000

50, 279
21,102 1

67, 204
43, 445

CO

12, 550
12, 551
34, 910
227,450
72, 712
46, 978

z Overdraft.
CO
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1931—Continued

[This table is presented in two sections, the second section beginning on p . 397. For alphabetical list of cities, b y States, showing rank, see p . 10. For text discussion, see p. 52]

ASSETS I N PUBLIC TRUST F U N D S

ASSETS IN SINKING F U N D S

Aggregate
Cash

Total

City
securities
(par value)

Other
investments

Total

Cash

City
securities
(par value)

Other
investments

QEOUP V.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 30,000 TO 50,000—Continued
<X)1

Richmond, I n d
M o l i n e , 111
Watertown, N . Y
Wilmington, N . C
M u s k o g e e , Okla

*)?
293
?94
295

_ _

$7,643,871
4, 980, 027
8, 973, 014
3, 649, 272
6, 747, 409

$42,122
11, 537
109, 785
179, 575
2,114, 304
7, 259
303, 354 j
102, 362
160,959
424, 517

$11,000
1, 231, 348

$168, 575
402, 643

$84, 702
103,711
180, 275
1, 209
30, 724

70, 500

232, 854
9,083

47, 274
85, 427

18
24, 668

43,500
9,000

3, 756
51, 759

23, 474
43, 450
3,070

59, 950

113, 500

19, 719
23, 474
130, 400
78,620

27, 000
75, 550

86, 557
25, 615
33,951
1,804
47, 021

21, 801
265
13, 951
1,804
506

40, 400

24, 356
25, 350
20,000

$42,122
11, 537
109, 785
480, 313

Pensacola, F l a

301
302
303
304
305

Newburgh, N . Y
S a n t a A n a , Calif

4,227,851
3,114, 301
4, 635, 705
6,745,391
5, 354,808

116, 700
93,034

3, 200
93, 034

306
307
308
309
310

5, 245, 882
5, 652, 510
7,113, 929
3, 730, 823
2, 518, 761

50, 000

44, 000

Everett, Wash
N e w a r k , Ohio
A l t o n , 111

361,224
184, 319
23, 394

46, 244
35, 373
23, 394

249, 980
148,946

3, 229, 561

1,184, 205

225, 305

958,900

Nashua, N . H
Fort Smith, Ark

--

Honolulu, H a w a i i 3
3

_.

Not included in group or grand totals.

4, 611
9, 786

$77, 700
141, 567

$73, 500
22, 081
34, 668
217

7,259

3,373,407
2, 206, 018 |
4, 692, 450
7, 262, 543
4, 984,975

296
?97
298
299
300

$11, 202
3,930
4,040
1,209
30, 507

93, 279
75,902
168,017

85,057
256, 500

4, 611
9, 786

6,000
65, 000

19, 719

46, 515

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O F S P E C I F I E D A S S E T S AND V A L U E O F P U B L I C P R O P E R T I E S AT C L O S E O F Y E A R :

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[This table is presented in two sections, the first section beginning on p. 387. For alphabetical list of cities, by States, showing rank, see p. 10. For text discussion, see p. 52]
CASH IN GENERAL TREASURY AND
GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE f UNDS

ASSETS IN INVESTMENT FUNDS AND MISCELLANEOUS INVESTMENTS

Total

Grand total
Group
Group
Group
Group
Group

$1,116, (
1,003,018,093
60,141,295
32,662,448
14, 290,083
6,584,409

I
II
III
IV
V

Cash

$27,378,195
24,089,502
323,667
1,849,598
520,987
594,441

City securities
(par value)

$113, 423, 755
98,969,369
3, 711, 753
6, 722,959
2, 554,453
1, 465, 221

Real property

$937,837, 647
868, 682,962
51, 031, 266
15,834,385
627,952
1, 661,082

Exclusive of
Amounts held
Other invest- amounts held in in
private trust
ments
private trust
accounts
accounts
$38,056,731
11, 276,260
5, 074, 609
8, 255, 506
10, 586, 691
2,863, 665

Value of public
properties

$25,247, 669

$11,792,920,221

246,830,012
72, 376, 275
91,993, 675
67,156,173
34, 865, 392

13,366,089
6, 548, 503
3,171,495
1, 287,865
873, 717

6,877, 232,973
1,117, 799,108
1,958, 695, 848
1,114,802,685
724, 389, 607

$19,612, 456
44, 667,166
3,913,164
1,824, 722
73,027,000

$2,157, 721
72, 262
39,086
563,087
6, 570, 573

$3,095, 091, 899
791,003, 621
406,630,700
520,684 023
423, 639, 362

25,797, £29
13, 640,930
2, 578, 203
6,301,271

253, 421
2,296
157,989

220,930, 041
250,448, 592
219, 267,219
251,320,900

13, 532,658
25,951, 612
7,086,375
8,896,826

158
1,197, 298
1, 797,987
554,211

185,805 012
233,209 386
111, 903, 356
167,298, 862

$513, 221, 527

GROUP I.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 500,000 AND OVER
1
?
3
4
5

New York, N . Y
Chicago, Ill__
Philadelphia, P a
D e t r o i t , M i c h _ . __
L o s Angeles, Calif-..

6
7
8
9

Cleveland, Ohio .
St. Louis, M o _ _ . _ _ B a l t i m o r e , Md__
Boston, M a s s

10
11
1?
13

Pittsburgh, Pa_.
San Francisco, Calif...
Milwaukee, Wis_
Buffalo, N . Y

_
_

$666,939,956
123,329,626
145, 792,129
199,647
757,239

138, 527
11,472
2,375
916,498

329,992
74,000
373,600

..

507,051
2,725,922
375,975
57,360,955
851,985
2, 586,391
407,341
1,183,876

351, 985
292, 361

500,000
174,000

_-

_
__

_

i $664, 681, 203
$22,316,149
207, 537

$96, 537,177
980,600

$2, 258, 753
4,476,300

2 144, 603,992

15,195

105, 280

199, 647
636,764

850, 000

38, 532
1, 790, 450

i 56,444, 457

3 162,597

» Value of rapid-transit system owned but not operated by the city.
a Value of gas-supply system and elevated electric railway owned but not operated by the city.
s Overdraft.

1, 998, 030

122,000
407,341
1,346,473

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OF Y E A R :

1931—Continued

[This table is presented in two sections, the first section beginning on p . 387. For alphabetical list of cities, by States, showing rank, see p . 10. For text discussion, see p . 52]

ASSETS I N INVESTMENT FUNDS AND MISCELLANEOUS I N V E S T M E N T S

CASH I N G E N E R A L T R E A S U R Y AND
G E N E R A L ADMINISTRATIVE FUNDS

City securities
(par value)

Exclusive of
amounts held in Amounts held
in private trust
private trust
accounts
accounts

Total

Cash

Real property

Other investments

CO

00

Value of public
properties

M
GROUP

14
15
16
17
18

Washington, D . C
Minneapolis, M i n n
N e w Orleans, L a .
C i n c i n n a t i , Ohio
Newark, N . J

19
?0
21
??,

Kansas City, M o .
Seattle, W a s h
I n d i a n a p o l i s , I n d _ __
Rochester, N . Y

?3
24
25
26

Jersey City, N . J
Houston, Tex
Louisville, K y . _ .
P o r t l a n d , Oreg

_ _
_ _ _ .
__

_ __

I I . — C I T I E S H A V I N G A P O P U L A T I O N O F 300,000 T O 500.000

$868, 245
1,246,511
38, 662,100
776, 377

$2,143

1,556,728
2, 798, 856
109,939
11, 200,612

217,351
3 21,121
4,910
30, 268

56, 215
967, 311
1, 900, 401

14,506
52, 408

$338,629
* 38,000,000

$860,924
45,582
647, 594
503,969

$14, 576,683
5, 273, 599
6, 540, 781
9, 200,933
461,386

$4, 560
482, 308
827, 232
72, 268
3, 747,748

$86,487,964
92,052,650
95, 355,985
100, 669,796
163,161,239

716, 774
102, 000

898, 616

100, 000

6 10,975, 344

622,603
1,819,361
105,029
95,000

6, 284, 992
3, 647,140
1,925, 590
6, 651,001

98,448
567,881
2,000
27,900

73, 520,043
139,324,856
44,456, 235
63,388,967

6,
4,
3,
3,

534, 204

79,963,110
52, 716, 889
47,461,926
79, 239,448

$3,178
862, 300
220,000

818, 677
23, 202

1,707, 501

56, 215
148, 634
169, 698

730, 307
299, 692
417,755
366,416

47, 599
136,355

GROUP III.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 100,000 TO 300,000
27
?tf
29
30
31

T o l e d o , Ohio
C o l u m b u s , Ohio
D e n v e r , Colo
O a k l a n d , Calif
Atlanta, G a

32
33
34
35
36

St. P a u l , M i n n
B i r m i n g h a m , Ala
Dallas, Tex
A k r o n , Ohio
Memphis, Tenn

$485,533
13,264
1,862, 524
281,861
14,157

-

$2,073
3,264
15,000
14,516
14,157

690,146
111, 000

$185,000
$1,820,000
267,345

206,849
106,000

6,500

$298,460
10,000
27,524

476, 797
6,000

_
870,564

298,149

572.415

GO

H

&
Q

O

a

y
$1,074,446
3,082,000
1,637,095
6,435,228
861,285
1,525,737
2,995, 248
4,123,093
1,819,811
255,160

$89,977
298,822
915
107
1,244
10
52,864

$44,806,786
43,855,779
69,598,453
96,324,675
31,274,029
51,258,092
27,360,207
41,135,826
38,668,444
40,184,112

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859,096 1
355,954
492,500

Providence, R.ISan A n t o n i o , Tex_

1,237,793
Worcester, M a s s . _
Oklahoma City, Okla

- -

--

124,517
27,954
492,500

734, 579
319,000

793

1, 237,000

7,779

137,900

4,666,666
147,679

9,666

4,000,000

6,549

_

San Diego, Calif
Springfield, M a s s
_
L o n g Beach, Calif _
Bridgeport, Conn
Scranton, P a

_.
__
_.
__

2, 628, 386

67, 542

_ _

Jacksonville, F l a
Norfolk, Va
Albany, N . Y
Trenton, N.J
Kansas City, Kans
_.

5,000

660,000

86, 250

3,905,208

2, 016

4,007,283

T u l s a , Okla
Des Moines, Iowa.
Salt L a k e C i t y , U t a h .
Yonkers, N . Y
Paterson, N . J

Chattanooga, Tenn._
C a m d e n , N . J __
F o r t W a y n e , I n d __
Erie, Pa
Elizabeth, N . J

820,423
358, 544
1,199
251,963

6,549

4, 785

40,063,156
22,343, 831
32, 277,088
22,454, 532
32, 693,190

155,423
358, 544
1,199
251,963

57,866
3,071,396
1, 595,494
1, 694,976
3,343,632

105,687
3,689
1, 597
178, 715
139

26,058,053
52, 734, 296
31, 799,132
27,338,907
28,969,898

894,913
2,053,192
4,063, 399
3 29,804
2,454,119

51, 655

15,825
33,800

81,300
1,032,398

6,092
51, 722

257, 600
6,156,150

205,054

75,208
980,676

441,840

47,794

236, 570

157,476

92, 592
408, 666

4,330
260,071

50,000
140, 095

38, 262
8,500

41,000

22, 451

257, 600

72, 715 1
9,264
3 Overdraft.
* Value of Cincinnati Southern Ry. owned but not operated by the city.
*6 Value of subway owned but not operated by the city.
Includes value of docks and terminals owned but not operated by the city.

179,974

46,128, 677
40,267,455
44,867, 601
37,034, 218
27,669,409

28,888

2, 626,370

33, 742

25,100 1
49,944

817,024
1,596, 536
964,352
1, 238,418
2, 699,128

2,666

Y o u n g s t o w n , Ohio
F o r t W o r t h , Tex
Hartford, C o n n
New Haven, Conn
Flint, Mich
__
Nashville, T e n n

475,601
3,529,912
1, 668,660
2,877,497
804,601

6 5,951,096

26

52,114,
43,433, 743
42, 352, 822
25,853, 726
15,823, 163

3,135,027
671,246
226,409
609,172
735,420

80, 876
42,959
106, 647
691,788

23, 746, 934
25, 555, 642
28,265, 152
32, 592, 500
29,628, 346

679,463
333, 509
1, 568, 777
664,823
1,197,613

142, 652
23, 049
46, 325
3,065
124,376

27,010, 514
23,879, 312
39, 741, 687
20, 977, 970
15,103, 982

465,933
536,939
2,042,122
1,194, 521
2,610,818

8,831
31,363
52,460
40, 277
98,830

10, 243,688
24, 680, 392
19,002,000
25, 514,929
15, 563,408

H

&

B

CO
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17.—AMOUNT

OF SPECIFIED

A S S E T S AND V A L U E

OF PUBLIC

PROPERTIES

AT C L O S E O F Y E A R :

1931—Continued

[This table is presented in two sections, the first section beginning on p. 387. For alphabetical list of cities, by States, showing rank, see p . 10. For text discussion, see p . 52]

ASSETS I N INVESTMENT FUNDS AND MISCELLANEOUS

Total

Cash

City securities
(par value)

CASH I N G E N E R A L TREASURY AND
G E N E R A L ADMINISTRATIVE FUNDS

INVESTMENTS

Real property

Other investments

Exclusive of
Amounts held
amounts held in in private trust
private trust
accounts
accounts

Value of public
properties

GROUP I I I . - C I T I E S HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 100,000 TO 300,000-Continued
72
73
74
75
76

Spokane, Wash
Wichita, Kans
Fall R i v e r , M a s s
Cambridge, Mass
N e w Bedford, M a s s

77
78
79
80
81

Miami, Fla
Reading, P a
Knoxville, T e n n
Peoria, 111
South Bend, I n d

82
83
84
85
86

T a c o m a , W a s h . . __
C a n t o n , Ohio _
Wilmington, D e l . .
G a r y , I n d . __
Somerville, M a s s .

648, 292
8,956
34, 204

87
88
89
PO

E vansville, I n d
E l Paso, Tex__
Tampa, Fla
Lynn, Mass

113,050

91
92
93
94

Utica, N . Y
Duluth, M i n n . . .
Waterbury, Conn
Lowell, M a s s

$135, 787

$10, 227

$65, 060

$60, 500

_
137, 719

137, 719
105, 000

1,118, 917
268, 679
1,125, 974

1,629

5,000
9,243

._

563,813
380,000

_
...

4,515

262,050
1,008, 582

212,938

429,868

2, 604

23, 600

971
8,956
8,000

60,000

53,050

19,836
_._

$1, 013,917
108,149

19,836

I, 413

562, 400
380, 000

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$582,117
190, 828
452, 223
338,903
121, 249

$3, 699

977,829
334,016
351, 664
274, 729
1, 244, 304

49,067

14, 625
593, 826
3, 080, 283
514, 908
379, 422

4,668
3,208
6,694

6,188
303,926

19, 250
1,012

$19,036, 531
9, 555,858
15, 899, 234
19, 599, 282
21, 088,473
18,515,617
22, 368,900
13, 096,958
9, 975,481
15, 709, 766
43,986,166
18,850,953
31, 736, 260
18, 846, 061
9, 578,181

1, 785, 240
539, 203
455, 511
407, 278

61, 370
59, 537
16, 691

17,027,417
10,397, 647
15, 769,007
18,927, 628

653, 515
566,840
1, 780, 399
2,956

2,200
66, 349

9, 528, 700
24, 254,193
24,450,062
12, 246, 729

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96
97
98
99

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Allentown, P a
S a c r a m e n t o , Calif _
Schenectady, N . Y _ _
Bayonne, N . J
Rockford, 111

$21,357

$12,330

$7,000

_ __
__
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101
10?
103
104

Wilkes-Barre, P a Lawrence, M a s s
Savannah, Ga
Berkeley, Calif
. . _
Little Rock, Ark

105
106
107
108
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Charlotte, N . C
Altoona, P a .
Saginaw, M i c h . .
St. J o s e p h , M o . . .
Lincoln, Nebr___

110
111
11?
113
114

Harrisburg, Pa
Sioux C i t y , I o w a
Lansing, M i c h
Pawtucket, R.I
Pasadena, Calif..

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116
117
118
119

N i a g a r a Falls, N . Y
Binghamton, N . Y
S h r e v e p o r t , L a . ___
Huntington, W.Va
Manchester, N . H .

1?0
1?1
1??
1?3
1?4

Winston-Salem, N . C
E a s t St. L o u i s , 111
Quincy, Mass
L a k e w o o d , Ohio
Troy, N . Y

1?5
1?6
1?7
1?8
1?9

Springfield, 111.
Roanoke, Va
Portland, Maine
E a s t Orange, N . J
Springfield, Ohio

130
131
13?
133
134

Cicero, 111..
M o b i l e , Ala__
N e w Britain, Conn
Racine, Wis
Atlantic City, N . J
7

$2,027

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_

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11,894

11,894

5,193
16,114
163,349
92,509
367,888

5,193
16,114
116,931

$46,418
4,765

87, 744
367,888
360,589

$33,978

221,293
650,094
73,089
1,307,268
417,895

30
8,260
98,075
2,550

20,355, 642
9,141,650
10,074,232
22,131,834
8,317, 679

2,481,266
80,408
1,187,584
578, 703
1,470, 795

27, 707
2,749
2,781
14,613
3,178

9,499,537
12,198,140
11,400,134
10,074, 743
14,773,377

6,569
3,420
939

13,532,552
11,264,511
25, 556,480
10,670, 659
23,286,299

48,212
16,828

360,589
40,000
564,630
29,500
22,039

17,442

3,097

48,500
29,500
1,500

105,357

4,257

82,200

18,900

99,594
340,013
1,400,559

24,559
10,489

264,000

75,035
65,524
1,318,059

377,781
488, 359
539,672
79,307
3,209,259

33,017
105,496

33,017
2,496

42,105
45,170
111, 180

49, 693

49,693

2,949, 738
519, 943
266,470
50,163
95, 734

40,091

40,091

7108,024
672,306
318,354
438,266
176, 661

2,913
321
4,464

7,130

40,000
509,000

82,500
103,000

_

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100

26,524

4,707
16,680

1, 707
16, 680

3,000

23,068

23,068

26,624 |

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9,365

9,365
224,301 j

42,657

181, 644

Includes overdraft and excess of cash in private trust account over cash in general treasury.

$13,527,150
25, 680,969
16,485,300
16,124,582
12,715,835

$863,941
1,489,159
389,975
1,434,759
234,651

1,419,959
870,973
50,608
1,345,226
1,297,906
672,619
512,380
76,704
1,092,583
1, 618,005
3

2,498

20,003
8,892
6,574
8,746
1,868

2,488
725

Data not available.

17,068,040
15,483,107
12,759,426
6,873,230
13,227,003
11,943,571
7,340,123

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10,109,674
10,881,800
12,513,898
5,404,082
17,431,964
11,657,985
9,243,561
6,114, 822
10,363,101
14,541,377
13,219,029
36,593, 815

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Total

City securities
(par value)

Cash

CASH I N G E N E R A L T R E A S U R Y A N D
G E N E R A L ADMINISTRATIVE F U N D S

INVESTMENTS

Real property

Other investments

Exclusive of
Amounts held
amounts held in in private trust
private trust
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136
137
138
139

Pontiac, Mich__
H a m m o n d , I n d -- Newton, Mass
Johnstown, P a
Oak P a r k , 111

140
141
14?
143
144

Montgomery, Ala.
Glendale, Calif.
E v a n s t o n , 111
Covington, K y
Topeka, Kans _

145
146
147
148
149

M o u n t Vernon, N . Y
Brockton, M a s s .
Passaic, N . J
_
Terre H a u t e , I n d
Charleston, S.C

150
151
152
153
154

Medford, M a s s
Wheeling, W . V a
Charleston, W . V a
Augusta, G a
Davenport, Iowa

155
156
157
158
159

Lancaster, P a
Irvington, N . J
Madison, Wis
S a n Jose, Calif
Chester, P a

$800,123

$800,123
103, 742

$742

721,496
6,500

173, 672

50,672

117

17,197
303,457

_ _

87,000

251, 686

251,686

_ _ _ __

$16,000

I, 538

400

49,491
1,223
22,978

17,197
41,919

1, 069,842
489, 308
300,274
318,655
304,330
676, 767
35,990
303,660
91,254
935,374

3,626

547,824

260, 665

__
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43, 055
72,774

6,563
72, 774

63,500
112,667

13,500

3.6,492

_
_

50,000
112,667

$2,436

715,324
2,308,424
801,345
278,914
202,898

6,500
50,155

$270,101
1, 645,057
563,791
390,866
912, 797

1,998,432
507,458
1,049,061
330,143
835,959

9,703

41,205

44

5,755

$12,088,400
7,929,359
16,644,134
11,294,002
12,048,136
9,182,872
9,975,645
13, 749,948
9,195,340
11,553,701
14,101,508
8,617, 200
14,829, 098
7, 785, 000
10, 736, 550
8,739, 511
10,688,934
9,804,857
7,217,112
9,554,243
9,677,286
7,202,328
12,736,888
7,247,099
5,824,564

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161
16?,
163
164
165
166
167
168
169

Maiden, Mass
Beaumont, Tex
Union City, N . J

17,397
111, 039

11,000

6,397
111, 039

Springfield, M o

1,162

1,162

D e c a t u r , 111

9,390

9,390

H a m t r a m c k , M i c h - __ _

170
171
172
173
174

Cedar Rapids, Iowa
York, P a
N e w Rochelle, N . Y
Jackson, Mich

175
176
177
178
179

McKeesport, Pa
Kalamazoo, Mich
C l e v e l a n d H e i g h t s , Ohio
Greensboro, N . C ~ _
Waco, Tex

180
181
18?,
183

Macon, Ga
Dearborn, Mich
H a m i l t o n , Ohio
Galveston, Tex

184
185
186
187

Durham, N.C
Highland Park, Mich
F r e s n o , Calif.
Port Arthur, Tex

188
189
190
191

Asheville, N . C
Kenosha, Wis
B e r w y n , 111
P u e b l o , Colo

19?,
193
194
195

C o l u m b i a , S.C
Pittsfield, M a s s
Jackson, M i s s
Woonsocket, R . I

264,799

16

264,783
121

121
_

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39,338
453,996
___

. .
_._ _ __ _
. __

786

2,131
8,126
167,635 1
118,963

3,852
21,363

28, 552
214, 811

10,000
239,185

8,000

2,131
126
163,783

97,600
622,200

622,200
372,181
299,104 1
1,284
8,550
4, 847, 098
116, 760
34,987
33,145
40,075
106

347,995
27, 989
1,284

2,000

7,999,506
9,038.237
9, 236,435
6,749,444
8,728,450

266, 038
168,554
603,290
842,670
549,002

198
259,412

3,534,951
7,759,832
8,924,689
7,863, 753
7,231,643

839,400
463,595
910,584
685,680
466,074

47,124
8,304

100,579
1,473,799
1, 053, 837
797, 274

1,091
2,225

170,809
389,332
668,445
162,496

106

855

17,185
81,431

4,847,098

75

100

497,428
275, 015
711,302
143,964
212,147

305,342
116,281
460, 002
1,117,534

14, 645
40,000

31,033
797
20,361
1,668

24,186
269,115

8,550
116, 760
34,987
18, 500

1,405,888
400,607
611,457
304,418
72,109

210,797
352, 713
49,397
50,458

18,500

776

11,259,595
9,769,174
6, 753,676
14,339,413
8,791, 734
6,905,110
8,769,160
13,012, 298
9,977, 033
8,692,296
6, 765,213
15,913,412
8,155, 063
6, 754, 580
9,770,234
11,282,418
9,172,344
5,234, 750

642

21,894,333
10,977,828
3,673,907
6, 595,135

9,011
73,038

6,100.868
7,726, 700
5,491,647
5,953,196

31, 302
18, 515

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City securities
(par value)

Cash

Total

INVESTMENTS

Real property

CASH I N G E N E R A L T R E A S U R Y AND
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Other investments

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amounts held in Amounts held
in private trust
private trust
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Value of public
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GROUP V.—CITIES HAVING A P O P U L A T I O N OF 30,000 TO 50,000
$67,187

$67,187

196
197
198
199
200

Clifton, N . J .
P h o e n i x , Ariz
N e w Castle, P a
S t o c k t o n , Calif

201
202
203
204
205

Haverhill, Mass _ _.
_.
Brookline, M a s s
_
Muskegon, Mich _
_ _.
Stamford, C o n n
_.
Elmira, N . Y

206
207
208
209
210

Bay City, Mich
A u r o r a , 111
Muncie, Ind
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Waterloo, Iowa _ _ _ ._ Williamsport, P a
_ __

211
212
213
214
215

Chelsea, M a s s
Lexington, K y
Jamestown, N . Y
P o r t s m o u t h , Va__
L o r a i n , Ohio

216
217
218
219
220

Chicopee, M a s s _ __
Joliet, 111
Amarillo, T e x
Cranston, R . I
W i c h i t a Falls, T e x

_. _
15, 722

$3, 557

77, 768

318

145,569

344

$6,165

6,000
77,450
67, 715

77, 510

139,000
547, 975
59, 590

139,000
50,441
44, 520

255,334
15,070

242,200

10, 373

10,373

25, 795
500
1,488,453

44,740

130, 940

16, 040

25, 200
500

595
$1,443, 713

92,.900

22,000

$186,902
854,872
1,028,936
250,370
1,237, 282
168,140
566,509
405, 234
569,762
17,071
63,729
182,393
257,726
436,171
208, 525
39, 489
23,748
440, 617
143, 624
473,238
250, 413
460, 780
99,969
205,492
58, 757

$1,394
880
11,804

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8,678,375
10,869, 206
4,882,000
13,037,082

1,250
1,100
43,967

8,026,020
9, 215, 500
6,815, 450
8,181,096
5,555,458

10,987
2,277

14,832,734
6,326,223
4, 282, 700
6, 380,527
4,448,999

1,115
21,470
15,366
1,551
460
46,805
37,123

5.177, 601
3,162,837
11, 526,091
6, 242, 662
5,023,000
5,399,357
5,983,379
6,354,292
3,410,140
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222
223
224
225

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Salem, M a s s . .
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226
227
228
229
230

Columbus, Ga
Warren, Ohio..
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Kearny, N . J
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L i m a , Ohio
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231
232
233
234
235

D u b u q u e , Iowa
Lynchburg, Va
St. P e t e r s b u r g , F l a ~
Ogden, U t a h
E a s t Cleveland, Ohio

236
237
238
239
240

Oshkosh, Wis _

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1,500
41, 664
_

1,500
2,202

40,049

60,000
13,918

- -

39,462

40,049

27,912
115,872
584,469
555,044
82,979

86,000
521,057

1, 875
50, 752-

229,394
162,383
660, 373
118, 354
1,057, 223

50, 752

436, 370
512,123
232, 729
172,842
81, 639

7,951
2,354
144, 630
749
18, 413

7, 029, 666
4, 577,152
5, 654, 334
6, 546,166
6, 328, 801

241
242
243
244
245

Waltham, Mass
Sheboygan, Wis
Bloomfield, N . J

242,847
693, 868
771, 309
330, 595
306, 077

3,725
65

7, 019, 071
6, 379,147
7,141,917
6, 771, 257
2,630,546

246
247
248
249
250

Q u i n c y , 111.
M e r i d e n , C o n n _.
S a n B e r n a r d i n o , Calif _
S a n t a M o n i c a , CalifHigh Point, N . C

251
252
253
254
255

Arlington, Mass
Cumberland, M d
R o c k I s l a n d , 111 ___
Raleigh, N . C .
__
West N e w York, N . J

256
257
258
259
260

White Plains, N . Y
Taunton, Mass
Hazleton, P a
W e s t Allis, W i s
D a n v i l l e , 111

261
262
263
264
265

Norwalk, Conn.
Auburn, N.YZanesville, Ohio_
Elgin, 111
Watertown, Mass

1,875

2, 485

_
___ _

93, 629
135, 426

2,485
6,629
2,852

87, 000
132,574

38,950

38,950

121, 471

121,471 I

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_ _ __

1,575

1,575

63,802

63, 802
29,500

32,500
22, 558

3,000
22, 558

6,200

6,200

246, 786

6,500

240, 286

32,500

45, 666

4, 35l

741, 069
116,348
302,120
651,390
416, 549
27, 457
128, 308
280, 739
149,949
221,103
480, 092
171, 739
240, 691
284, 298
252,171

_

81,851

5,047,993
4,089,019
13,521, 305
7,239,103
6,626,024

13,918

_._

8,652,423
7,842,968
11, 221,486
7, 377,351
6, 709, 468

27,912
103, 600
491,368
10, 539
82,979

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Fitchburg, Mass
Poughkeepsie, N . Y

1,817
16,565

47,924
146,867
236, 333
446, 039
377, 518

60,000

12,272
7,101
23,448

746,415
242, 349
339,482
209,827
185,682

401, 470
51, 002
448, 553
417,988
146,374

1,757
5,916
158,850
1,005

7,190
151
15, 887
4,344
12, 500
3,396
3,534

1,256
2,423
13, 775
1,745 1

5, 287,362
5,440, 200
39,852,124
5,992,302
6, 652, 677

9,195, 999
5, 275,897
5, 341, 521
13,923, 540
6, 084, 682
5,
7,
5,
5,
4,

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622,850
328,839
967,940
381, 405
337, 500

13,304,896
8, 001,175
3, 386, 278
4, 563, 756
2, 708, 425
5, 602, 236
5,165, 500
3, 667, 058
4, 404, 711
5,744,430

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Total

City securities
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Cash

CASH I N G E N E E A L TREASURY AND
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INVESTMENTS

Real property

Other investments

Exclusive of
amounts held in Amounts held
in private trust
private trust
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Value of public
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267
?68
269
270

Revere, Mass
Norristown, P a _
Superior, W i s - _ Steubenville, Ohio
__ -_
Orange, N . J _ _
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?71
272
273
274
275

A l a m e d a , Calif
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Lewiston, Maine
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Amsterdam, N . Y
_ _ __ _ _
New Brunswick, N . J
_

276
277
278
279
280

S a n t a B a r b a r a , Calif
__ _
Paducah, K y
_
__
_ _
E a s t o n , Pa__
__ _
N e w p o r t N e w s , V a __ _ __ _ _
N o r w o o d , Ohio
__

281
282
283
284
285

Sioux Falls, S . D a k
W a u k e g a n , 111
Mansfield, Ohio
Colorado Springs, Colo
Joplin, M o

286
287
288
289
290

Elkhart, Ind
T u c s o n , Ariz
Laredo, Tex
Kokomo, I n d
Rome, N . Y

$2, 536

$2, 536

59, 671

59, 671

23,127

$1,191

21, 936
$225, 000

225, 000
37, 000

$37, 000

10,000

10,000

16,698
1,352

16,698
1,352

__
36, 269
___

19,000

___

89,953

589

35, 680
19,666

69,953

5,000

6

15,000

5
7 $10, 046
247, 590
483, 667
115, 018
331, 993

$1,164

520, 088
60, 200
344, 249
126, 547
181, 318

24,519
1,058

584, 659
120, 568
1,541
400,547
249, 246
929,906
687,477
197,524
218, 264
470,108
511,256
319, 530
193,356
131, 018
51,160

14
3,707

20, 295
7,769
7,974
19,285

$3,916, 555
3, 236,018
3, 661,025
5, 080,600
4, 302,878
7, 290, 628
4,136,986
2, 990, 592
5, 291, 600
6,956,044
6, 735, 673
4,413, 225
4,545,116
5, 740,104
4,005,505

22,304
90

6,911,646
4, 597,547
6,261,721
13, 736, 285
3,150,381

21,808

4,637,365
4,060,167
1,970,492
3,478,388
4,828,394

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Digitized for FRASER
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

291
292
293
294
295

Richmond, Ind
M o l i n e , 111
Watertown, N . Y
Wilmington, N.C_
Muskogee, Okla

296
297
298
299
300

Meridian, Miss
Nashua, N . H
Fort Smith, Ark
Port Huron, Mich
Pensacola, F l a

301
302
303
304
305

B a t o n R o u g e , L a __
M a r i o n , Ohio
Bellingham, Wash
Newburgh, N . Y
S a n t a A n a , Calif

306
307
308
309
310

B l o o m i n g t o n , 111
Hagerstown, M d . .
Everett, W a s h . .
Newark, Ohio...
A l t o n , 111

_—

469,521 [
20,732

270,790

24,188
987
..

490,854
385,182
293,195
68,477
55, 298

11,815

1,130
9,886
113,199

15, 753
36,942
349, 340
88,080
57,100

14,297

63,447

280,718
109,356
97,023
66,852
323,864

2,400
312
567
23,899

140,731
20,732

58,000

24,188
987
80,000

81,130
10,886
113,199

1,000

.
.

63,447
__
.

120,429
14,842

__

10,453
420
1,430

28,861
342

77,811

13, 757
14,500
10,453
420

1, 430

Honolulu, Hawaii10

78 Includes overdraft and excess of cash in private trust account over cash in general treasury.
Data not available.
9
Data are for the fiscal year closing Dec. 31, 1930.
10
Not included in group or grand totals.

266, 666
333,876
86, 387
235,408
212, 516
2,045, 356

16,361
384

1,527
16,500

6,544,857
4,458,865
8,373,398
3,375,823
4, 545,712
3,254,968
• 1,807,562
4,040, 595
7,013,504
4,486,858
3,856,956
2,971,373
4, 287,286
6,444,478
4,937,910
4,832,206
5, 292,599
6,630,937
3,309,292
2,235,830

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