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BEG.

U.

8.

PAT.

OFFICE

New York Stock

Exchange

Boston Stock Exchange
Baltimore Stock Exchange

Exchange
New York Produce Exchange

New York Curb

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange

Chicago Stock Exchange

Cleveland Stock Exchange
San Francisco Stock Exchange

Philadelphia Stock Exchange
Los Angeles Stock Exchange
Detroit Stock

Exchange

INDEX TO STOCK EXCHANGES
page

EXCHANGE—BONDS—18
STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS..31

N. Y. STOCK
N. Y.

NEW YORK CURB
NEW

YORK

EXCHANGE

41

—-57

CHANGE

PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE.
CHICAGO STOCK

CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE
DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE

EX-

PRODUCE

page

i

BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE..
.64
PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE.66

EXCHANGE

.

.59

60

BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE

68
...70
72

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE.74

LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE

INDEX TO GENERAL

75

QUOTATIONS

page

REVIEW

OF

page

1

MARCH..

TEXTILE MANUFACTURING STOCKS.

94
94
Canadian mills
94
MINING STOCKS
94
INSURANCE STOCKS & SCRIP...94,120
REAL ESTATE TRUST & LAND STKS.95
TITLE GUAR. & SAFE DEP. STOCKS..95
U. S. AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
100
CANADIAN MUNICIPAL BONDS
102
FOREIGN GOVERNMENT BONDS—101
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES—109
CANADIAN BANKS.
119

STEAM RAILROAD

BONDS

77

STEAM RAILROAD

STOCKS.

81

INVESTMENT TRUST ST'KS & B'DS—82
JOINT STOCK LAND

BANK BONDS...99

JOINT STOCK LAND

BANK STOCKS..99
BONDS..
100

FEDERAL LAND BANK

10S

REAL ESTATE BONDS

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

83

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

88

INDUSTRIAL & MISCELL. BONDS—91

INDUSTRIAL & MISCELL. STOCKS...95

.93

EXCHANGE SEATS

WILLIAM




B.

William

DANA

northern mills

southern mills.—.

COMPANY,

Street, Corner of

PUBLISHERS

Spruce Street.

-New York.

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or,;.

Bonds
We

own

and offer.

a

Investment

for

comprehensive

list

of

carefully selected Government,

Municipal, Railroad and Public Utility Bonds which
ment.

We shall be

we

recommend for invest¬

pleased to send descriptive circulars to investors

Harris, Forbes & Company
Pine
i

Street, Corner William

•




NEW YORK

SAFE DEPOSIT & TRUST CO.
OF BALTIMORE
Chartered

1864

Capital $2,000,000

Organized 1867

Surplus & Profits Over $4,800,000

Acts as Trustee of Corporation Mortgages, Fiscal
Agent for Corporations and Individuals, Transfer
Agent and Registrar.
Depositary under plans of
reorganization.
Acts

Executor, Administrator,
Guardian,
Receiver, Attorney and Agent, being

as

Trustee,

especially organized for careful management and
settlement of estates of every character.

SECURITIES HELD ON DEPOSIT FOR OUT-OF-TOWN
CORPORATIONS AND PERSONS.
DIRECTORS

WALTERS, Chairman of Board
JOHN J. NELLIGAN, President
NORMAN JAMES
H. H. M. LEE, VIce-Pres.
SAMUEL M. SHOEMAKER
H.

BLANCHARD

RANDALL

WALDO NEWCOMER

ELISHA H. PERKINS
ROBERT GARRETT

GEORGE C. JENKINS
HOWARD BRUCE
MORRIS WHITRIDGE

ANDREW P. SPAMER, 2d V.-Pres.

JOSEPH B. KIRBY, 3d Vice-Pres.
WM. R. HUBNER, 4th Vice-Pres.
GEO. B. GAMMIE. Treasurer

C. R. TUCKER, Asst. Treasurer
JOHN W. BOSLEY, Asst. Treas,
E. H. CROMWELL, Asst. Treas.
A. H. TROEGER. Asst. Treas.

on

request.

BANK'*9

RECORD
Rfcti,

Copyright In 1931 by WILLIAM b.
Entered

as

Second Class Matter, March

U,

S.

PAT.

CFFICt.

DANA COMPANY, In offic* of Librarian of Congrtu, Washington, D. C.
the Poat Office at New York, N. Y.f under the Act of March 8 1879,

9 1928, at

month

Quotation Record

Bank and
The

States,

$11 60 In Canada
Possessions and Territories.

and United States

Is $6.00 a year
of United States and Canada, 50 cents extra
Bank & Quotation Record

The subscription price to the

Foreign postage outside

authorized

the

veterans

war

to say that the

that

United
and $13.50 In other foreign

Alaska:

except

toun tries

of the

the Secretary of the* Treasury,
ate

in its mid-March

Frank

■Brigadier-General

William Street comer Spruce Street, New

approximately

to furnish

upon

including the $100,000,000,

MARCH—COMMERCIAL AND

REVIEW OF

ous

proved

a

definite or pronounced
sign affording promise

months, in failing to disclose any

indications

of trade revival

of progress

in that direction.

be seasonal in character,

in the tide after a

or any

Whatever evidence appeared

rather than indicative of a turn

prolonged period of poor trade and

The month had one

bad

development to its credit calcu¬

unfortunately the expec¬

strengthen confidence, but

lated to

seemed to

in certain lines of business

of greater activity

times.

In addition to all

disappointing month, like so many previ¬

immediate quickening in trad^ were
concluding session of the old Congress

tations built on it of an
The

realized.

not

time, on Mar. 4, and adjourn¬

terminated at the statutory
ment

bills and all the other
President

the

of the appropriation
immediately urgent measures, so that

occurred, too, after the passage

dreaded,
This

session.

least

of

a

meant

ernment

the country was struggling to

prolonged business depression of a most pro¬

admitted by most well informed

problems for the Administration at

and weighty

Foremost among these prob¬

revenues

were

declining

based

which became due Mar. 15),
of the calendar year

$500,000,000

installment of

the income and profits

vanishing point, and in other

as

that

year.

dwindling

financing.
Through
the

than

in

the

veto

previous

constituted in

year

because

of

the

corporations

the task of

Treasury

GBut this formed only one phase of the problem.
the enactment of
of the President,

burden upon

soldier bonus legislation,
as

narrated in

Congress imposed

our
an

over

review for

entirely

new

the executive branch of the Government and

the taxpayers of the country.

It is

unnecessary to

repeat here the facts and figures given by us the previous




in interest

Provision had now to be made for

taking up this $1,100,000,000 of Treasury notes on Mar.

15.

Fortunately the whole matter was managed with consum¬
mate

skill

The details

Mellon.

by Mr.

of the operation

given at length further along in this article,

are

under a

the Treasury's
By reference to the discussion

separate heading devoted, as is our custom, to
financing for the month.
there given, it

will be seen that the Secretary undertook to

altogether $1,400,000,000, and very cleverly divided!
amount up among three distinct classes of obligations

raise
the

only iy2% interest per annum, the

lowest rate named in

offering of certificates (the 'Secretary thus taking

any

ad^

of short-term funds with which/
and investment markets have been congested for

vantage of the plethora
the money

long), and another series of certificates running

so

for a

2% interest
per annum, and also provided for the issuance of $500,000,000 Treasury bonds bearing 3%% interest and matur¬
full year

States

for amount of $600,000,000 and bearing

be

on

and after M]ar. 15 1941.

what

seen

an

the total
a

of the

option of the United

It will also, in that place,

unqualified success this piece of financing

proved, subscriptions being

received for more than 2y2 times

$1,400,000,000 of securities offered, or for

grand aggregate of

$3,735,604,300, out of which the Secre¬
footing up $1,518,261,500.
Thus in

tary made allotments
the

of

Treasury

end

one

financing, by skillful handling, became

the favorlable

developments of the

that extent should, along
have served to
FEDERAL

FARM

month, and to

with the adjournment of Congress,

speed the coming of trade revival.
BOARD—RESIGNATION

OF

CHAIRMAN

LEGGE—

STABILIZATION OF WHEAT PRICES TO BE DISCONTINUED.

Developments regarding

these income taxes would show

The loss showed what an important item

revenues

the month of February,

upon

replaced

compared with those of the previous

omission of the rebate granted individuals and
in

to

notwithstanding that the rate of the income tax levy
heavier

called fdr

3^% Treas¬

notes, with the purpose of effecting a saving

through the operation.

At the end of the month Treasury officials esti¬

mated that the total yield of

was

on

completely extinguished and

had been

by losses.

year,

destined

and were

1930, which, in so many instances, had

reduced almost to the

loss of

Gov¬

further heavy reduction, because of the diminished

instances

redemption prior to maturity $1,100,000,000 of

ing Mar. 15 1943, but redeemable at the

adjournment of Congress brought

yield of the Federal income taxes (the first

a

nine

meets in regular session

unquestionably that of Treasury financing.

lems was

been

free at

though it failed of the promise counted upon.

new

a

be

This was most assuredly no mean

Washington to grapple with.

suffer

in extra

Congress

the country would

that

On the other hand, the
some

inkling of the

an

be obliged to face,

$300,000,000 bearing

the new

convening

nounced type, and was so
persons,

before he had

he would

of indebtedness, one

December.

from

.

this, the Secretary of the Treasury bad.

previously,

ticklish situation

since the

less, loaned

running for six month for amount of

advantage at a time when
emerge

or

by offering two series of certificates

months, or until the new Congress
the coming

$500,000,000 by April 11, ?

which every¬

legislative and ^political disturbances for

from

months

ury

applied;

relieved of the necessity, which, above

was

everything else, he had desired to avoid, and
body

six

more

law went into effect."

new

FINANCIAL EVENTS.
March

to advices from

Hines, Administrator of; Vet-f

Mar. 14 the Treasury Department Will be Called*

for up to

York.

F.

Affairs, that "for the purpose of making loans

eran

Publishers,

WILLIAM B. DANA COMPANY,

But applications

of financing.

program

found himself obliged to say, in response

E. O.

for the

kept coming in so fast that on Mar. 17 Mr. Mellon

La Salle Street.

Smith. 1 Drapers* Gardens.

figured that for the immedD

and this was the amount included by the Treasury

purpose,

for loans
LONDON OFFICE—Edwards 8c

Suffice it

present he must raise $300,000,000 extra cash

Single oopies are sold at 75 cents per copy.
CHICAGO OFFICE—208 South

by Congress.

Administrator of Veteran Affairs calculated.

$1,000,000,000 would be required, and Mr. Mellon,

full

a

required for purpose of

the adjusted service certificates

upon

of

Record ia one of the publications
A Financial Chronicle and is issued monthly.
the Chronicle are $10 per annum within Continental

Terms for

the amount of cash

to

as

making the 50% loans

Bank and Quotation

Commercial

NO. 4.

NEW YORK, APRIL 10 1931.

VOL. 4.

its

the Federal

Farm Board and

operations were also highly important, though the pre¬

cise effects

In

mine.
ander

Mar.

of these must remain for the future to deter¬

accordance with

Legge
6

previous announcement,

Alex-,

resigned as Chairman of the Board, and on

President

James C. Stone was

Hoover

accepted

his

resignation

and

named by the President to succeed him.

Mr. Hoover said lie was

certain he reflected the view of the

agricultural community when he expressed intense regret
at

Mr.

Legge's retirement.

From Washington

appeared that Mr. Legge had sent
White House nearly two weeks

attempted to
year.

persuade

advices it

his resignation to the

before, and that Mr. Hoover

him to remain in office another

Mr. Legge himself

said that his resignation from

s

2

MONTHLY REVIEW

the Board

was a mere

he had been

it

working

formality,, that,

the

organization set up and the work started.

also expressed the
to

opinion that the

_

established

was

July 15 1929 have been mainly directed toward

on

nation-wide

development of the co-operative movement with a view to

purchases of wheat for maintaining home prices

unifying, so far as practicable, sales activities of organiza¬

above the world market levels, and these reports were now

Mr.

confirmation.

find

mediately

appointment,

his

after

Stone, the
in

by the Board would be continued unchanged.

between

reading

seemed

lines

the

of. the

perfectly plain that some modification

it

has

with

activities
same

the action of the Board in having made purchases of wheat,

up

constantly referred to it as purely emergency relief, thereby

to

handling the

other associations

of

those

commodity, and in many cases to assist in the setting

of a national sales agency for the commodity.

"I wish to

course

been

to render

efficient service to their members, to co-ordinate their

more

This appeared from the fact that Mr. Stone, in discussing

conveying the distinct impression that in the ordinary

this aid

of

purpose

strengthen these organizations, to enable them

course.

a

The

units.

operative

was contem¬

plated when circumstances should permit such

memberships composed of hundreds of local co¬

with their

any¬

announcement

of which are national or regional marketing agencies

many

formulated

But to

During this period

commodity.

same

financial assistance has been extended to 101 associations,

issued

statement

a

handling the

tions

Chairman, im¬

new

Mar. 8, was at some pains to state that the policy

one

it

since

Board

the

change of policy, at least as far as concerned un¬

a

limited

to

efforts of

"The

withdrawal there had been reports that the Board contem¬

plated

price which economic conditions justify.

maximum

For some time previous to Mr. Legge's

going concern.

as a

the

plans his farm operations to obtain for his products

point where the organization might be safely considered

a

intelligently

system will enable the organized farmer who

had progressed

program

co-operative marketing

It believes that an adequate

mand.

Mr. Legge

Board

about consistent progress toward

goal of the adjustment of production to potential de¬

the

period in helping to get

a one-year

the

also

organization

co-operative

expects to see brought

having been clearly understood when he accepted the

position that it wais for

r

"2. Through

la; matter of fact,

as

overtime for nearly eight months,

on

made primarily

emphasize that loans ar$ not

provide funds at a low rate of interest for co-operative

to

it would not be the policy of the Board to engage in market

associations.

dealings, but rather that it would be the aim to get the

co-operative associations are obtaining the greater pant of

farmer to act

his

on

behalf through the co-operative

own

these

that

co-operative

agencies

might

fully

and

"plans

is

heretofore adopted will
.

be carried out without

'

change," adding that "this applies

particularly to the present operations of the Grain Stabilization Corp. and the

lOotton Stabilization Corp."

Loans are made by the Board for the

organization

organize by commodities, first, into locals, then into

to

regionals, and then into national sales agencies.
these national sales

Seven of

agencies have been organized with the

assistance of the Board and are now functioning.

He at the

time, however, took occasion*to emphasize the point

same

it is right that

"We believe that the ultimate goal of farm

Legge alone, did not hesitate to declare

without qualification that

of fact,

co-operative system of marketing for agriculture.

of the Board had been formulated by the Board as a whole,
rather than by Mr.

matter

a

single purpose of assisting in the development of a national

Mr. Stone, while averring that the general policy

function.

as

private sources, and

supplemental funds.

freely

time,

present

The Federal Farm Board can only provide

they should.

that the farmer obtained the proper credit facilities in order

the

from

finances

their

agencies, the Farm Board devoting itself mainly to seeing

At

4

"Some of the objects of these national sales agencies are
to

regulate the flow

the commodity to market in

of

an

in the nature of dealing with emergencies

orderly way, to furnish the grower with accurate market

and did not reflect the underlying purpose of the Agricul¬

information, to assist in regulating production to demand,

that all this

tural

was

from

which

the

normal

policy

and

Marketing Act

authority,

the

nor

procedure

Board, when unhampered by emergencies
Board had

to the main purpose of the Act.

Mr. Stone went

Thus,

among

its

of

the

which the

over

control, and dealing with which

no

derived

Board

was

foreign

other things,

to say:

on

so

what

been

done

in

wheat

stabilization.

cotton

and

Although these operations are purely emergency,
out of this present situation,

by

means

no

important

as

growing

and ire important, they are
the

as

Board has done which the public

many

other tfhings the

seems to

know but little

that

and sufficient credit

farmers

meet

cannot

developed

"We think this program
believe the farmers
them to

their

business

develop it.

is fundamentally sound.

Neither the Farm Board nor any other

Government agency can do it for tliem.

The Farm Board

help, and will, but the work will have to be done by

can

the farmers themselves."
the

foregoing the conclusion

inescapable that

was

the Board had it in mind to get away from emergency action
ais

quickly

circumstances should permit.

as

We make this

because

when

the

Board

expect that 6,500,000 producing units can individually main¬

it

contemplation

the

action appeared

tain

the

a

through

organization.

It

is hopeless

to

profitable level of operation in a society where organ¬

ization is the rule.

Accomplishments in marketing and in

the

production

adjustment

of

will

farmers seek to deal with these

small

be

problems

as

as

long

as

individuals.

"It is, therefore, the major task and policy of the

Farm

We

beginning to realize that it is up to

are

statement

problems except

in sec¬

tions where needed.

From

"Out of the experience of the Farm Board has
conviction

which tends to place him on a parity

with the buyer, and to develop adequate

about.

the

of the individual into the hands of his

agency,

sales

own

commodity most in demand, to concentrate the

power

bargaining

far largely judged the Farm Board's activities by

has

quality and encourage the production of the char¬

facilities at reasonable interest rates for members,

'The public generally and the business men in particular
have

to prove

acter of the

had

in

nature

of

a

-surprise,

The step did involve a
ment came in

The

Farm

would

be

a

at least

finally

in

the

took

the

step

to come in

grain

markets.

change of policy, and the announce¬

statement made public Sunday night Mar.

Board
adhered

announced
to

only

that

its

far

so

wheat buying

1030 crop was

the

as

22.

policy

Board to assist in the economic organization of agriculture.

concerned, but that "the Federal Farm Board will not

Up to the present time the co-operative method of organiza¬

the

tion has been found to be the most effective and

purchases from the 1931 wheat crop."

It

was

stated that "there will

or

change in the

to

the needs of the farmers.

Act commits

agricultural

the

The

Government definitely

co-operation.

best adapted

Agricultural Marketing

Therefore,

to the support of

the

Federal

Farm

Grain

Stabilization

cause

Corporation to make stabilization

be

alteration

no

expressly

policy of the Grain Stabilization Corporation with reference
to

the 1980

crop."

The Board pointed out that since last

Board, under the mandate given it by that law, is devoting

November

the major part of its energies and

purchasing sufficient wheat to maintain prices in the United

of

an

funds to the development

the

increasing

growth

of

co-operative

organiza¬

ranged

some

tions, the Board looks forward hopefully to the accomplish¬

world market

ment of two

to meet

"1.

major objectives:

Development of

interest

of

the

a

marketing system operating in the

producer—the

unnecessary costs,

Grain

Stabilization

elimination

of wastes

and

the improvement of grading, packing and

ers

to

a

20 to 35c.

growers

of other grains."

stated, "by preyention of

were

of

Grain Stabilization Corp.

formation which will enable co-operatives to deal

basis of equality.




been

with the

very
more

usual

relationship to

It had "made wheat grow¬

dollars, and

petitive selling and establishment of an organized system

selling supported by complete market and economic in¬

their

most acute emergency.

many millions of

was

above

to business in

a

had

prices, and that this policy had been adopted

processing of the product, elimination of the evils of com¬

buyers on

Corporation

States, and that because of this prices in this country had

organized agriculture.

"With

the

general."

a

large additional amount

Farmers had also gained, it
a

threatened additional shock

However, stabilization operations

emergency measures and entailed

large stocks of wheat.
than it sells

or

a

heavy cost.

had acquired and
It could

not

was

The

acquiring

indefinitely buy

indefinitely hold what it had bought.

,

3

MONTHLY REVIEW
It

could

follow

not

been

It

and overproduction.

has

wheat

V

exportable

obliged to take prices that largely are determined by what our
surplus will bring

will he

has been purchasing

Since last November the Grain Stabilization Corp.
sufficient wheat to maintain prices in this country.

relationship to world

This policy was adopted to meet a most acute emergency.

market prices.

It has made wheat growers many

amount to growers
of

millions of dollars, and a large

Farmers have also gained by

of other grains.

general.

threatened additional shock to business in

a

Stabilization operations are emergency measures
The

Stabilization

Grain

stocks of wheat.

hold

what

and

acquired

It cannot indefinitely buy more

has

is

has

Corp.

"The Board decided that

and entail a heavy cost.

not

be, in the long

It

is

Grain

too

early

and would not ask

this

know

Fanners

Stabilization Corp. will be in the new

the minimum of burden upon

It

should

stated

be

the '1931

from

wheat

Board will

that (the Federal Farm

Corp.

to make stabilization

purchases
the

There will be no alteration or change in

crop.

light of the foregoing facts, growers must recognize the

bility that rests upon them.

responsi¬

The Federal Farm Board is encouraged by

reduce

to

acreage

and

These and efficient

co-operatively.

market

production are the surest means of permanent relief.
Some progress
be carried

must

all

farmers

planting time in

as

do the

in

all

regions.

The movement

'Spring planting of wheat

Let farmers in that region heed the warning ito reduce acreage,

is gt hand.

and

to

other regions rolls around farmers there should
-'-V

K4''

same.

,•

violent break in the grain markets on

that

the

in

is.

case

Monday, Mar. 23,

of the future deliveries for the new

to which the Board has at no time been

crop,

support.

extending

The stock market likewise weakened considerably,

though later a different view of the matter was taken, the
matured

be

opinion being that in the long run the action would
the

beneficial to

general public alike.

July option for wheat at Chicago, which on Saturday,

The
Mar.
on

farmer and the

21, had been selling at a range of 62%@62%c., dropped

Monday to 59%e., and on Tuesday touched 58%c., the

lowest

"Another

of years

occurred.

options,

At Winnipeg the course of

the options on the

old crop in which the Farm

Board has been conducting its activities,
as was

to be

to

pose

see

prices was

On the other hand, prices for the near

closely similar.

were

unaffected,

expected, the Board having announced its pur¬

the old crop through.

American

on

way

greatly from that range on any day the

week

the.

original cost.

as

appear

financing

of wheat,

of 200,000,000

but these

were

of

275,000,000 bushels at the end of the

when all the deliveries have been made

the

on

options for future delivery which the Farm Board, through
the

Grain

Stabilization Corp.,

be

made

available

easily

carry

the 275,000,000 bushels for

$100,000,000

portion

of its

contracted to purchase.

holdings was acquired

A

at

ings is estimated as

being in the neighborhood of 92c.

iy2c.

a

ment

The

ceed
last

in disposing

heavy, should the Board finally

of the whole of its heavy load.

analysis it had to be admitted

suc¬

In the

the Board had

Board

already

the market,

is

From

renting

otherwise

or

the Board has ample money to provide for storage, he

take

the

the

Definite information

sale

for

with

an

June

winter

wheat

at

at

82 *4 e.

a

men

who

are

the advance of
and

other

will terminate the

crop

Nothing

season.

was

■

confined itself to quoting a selling price for the grain,

regarded

14c.

charges

bushel,

April 10 and %c. more every 10 days there¬

on

30, which

Effective April 1 it will

Chicago

regarding wheat futures.

The Corporation
but

Corp.'s policy regarding its holdings of old-crop

hard

2

advance of %c.

until

after

said

No.

Farm

future:

near

the end of the current crop year.

grain until

the

that

given to the grain and milling trade to-day as

was

Stabilization

to the Grain

reference to the

has

previous month

selling 35,000000 bushels of its accumu¬

lations of wheat in the

offer

''

,

which

following,

made

Board contemplated

as

bushel

a

the

on

being in a position to know pointed out that
every

10 days after April 1 covered storage

grain

cash

and might

be taken

as

definitely

placing the corporation in a position of not competing with new-crop grain
and

furthermore

obtain

action

Tlie

a

again

others

Board

tlie

of

and

guarantee

a

that

they

could

price without having to scramble for it.

'bad

sharp

repercussions

in

The debenture plan for aiding the farmer

political quarters.

a

mills

giving

wheat at

cash

brought

forward in some quarters,

and there

general demand for some kind of bounty.

Senator

(Rep., Ind.), Senate Republican floor leader; said

only answer to the problem was the

equalization fee

Demand also came for an extra session of Con¬

principle.

act on unemployment and farm and other problems

gress to

Nye, Rep. of North Dakota. From Canada an¬

nouncement came

Canadian Royal

that Sir Josiah

Stamp

to head the

was

Grain Commission which is to inquire into

grain situatiori in general, and, in particular, trading in
on

the Winnipeg

Grain Exchange.

vincial Conference of Wheat

Mar.

Regina.

13,

resolution was

a

At the Interpro-

Pool Directors, in session at

unanimously adopted

declaring:

'

this

"That

conference

be

in

favor

of

an

arrangement between all "the

wheat-producing countries to provide for the orderly marketing of wheat,
in

such

a

manner

that will

wheait, and deal with
all

times

make for scientific distribution of the world's

surpluses intelligently on an equitable" basis, so that

supplies will have a relationship to demand,

in the interests

producer and consumer."

The European

000,000 granted it had. been exhausted, though the remain¬

erations.

ing $100,000,000 was to become available after July 1.

that

Senator McNary (Rep., Ore.), Chair¬

be handled in such a

of

investigating possibilities

•'

announcement

both




the fact that the Board, in its state¬

Chicago advices, Mar. 24. to the New York "Times"

also

we

of

On all these points

the Board could

about three years, it

period of

Though it lacks funds to continue stabilization into

he said.

the 1931 crop year,

at

date out of the revolving fund of $500,-

However,

acquiring sufficient storage facilities to remove the wheat indefinitely from

It had really come to the end

tion made up to

The

importance,

great

impose a minimum burden upon domestic or world prices.

to

as

tether, since the whole of the $400,000,000 appropria¬

essayed an impossible task.
of its

that

a

stated its stabilization supplies will

Monday,

a

month, or at the rate of 18c. a year, so that the ulti¬

mate loss will be very

of

'

Senator McNary called attention to

futures

bushel, to which storage charges are adding an average of

not

is

and with the $50,000,000

July 1,

as

high as $1.25 a bushel, and the average price of its hold¬

-

appropriated in the last session of Congress

was

stated.

was

the

considerable

he said,

holdings,

the

additional

from Senator
crop season,

Board.

to him as the only course left open to the

an

in

as

bushels, some claiming that the total

would stand as high as

*

*

Board, but $50,000,000 remains available at the present time.

to the extent

estimated

per'month would

that led the Board to

the factors

are

although it has been stated that of the $400,000,000 appropriated for the

the

its holdings

of

excess

period

'T—"

this would

Watson

information

contracted

stating his opinion in regard to the matter, Senator McNary said that

was

higher.

sent into

was

.

In

was

The Farm Board gave out no

These

action."

The same is true of the March option,

which actually moved a little

wheat

This would require additional storage

here and in other countries.

*

The May option, for

and did not vary

threat that an embargo

a

subsidized

if

to store the wheat already bought and

was

instance, at Chicago was 82%@83c. on Saturday, Mar. 21,

following.

goods

facilities, and the carrying cost of wheat at l%c. a bushel
double

point reached since 1895, after which moderate re¬

covery

with the purchased

bought, in the face

were

for, plus the 1931 wheat, if bought, and release it gradually over a

precipitate

The first effect of the announcement was to
a

placed

explained."

-3^

■

1931 wheat

surplus?

be

manner

has been made, but it is only a beginning.

of disposing of the surplus.

way

their countries at prices below the world prices.

reports from the principal wheat-producing regions that growers are organ¬
izing

no

to

policy of the Grain Stabilization Corp. with reference to the 1930 crop.
In the

at present, to be

matter

will be handled in such a way as to impose

however,

now,

world

for

proposition, in another year, of

confronted with the

was

storage facilities

that would be offered,

wheat

1931

"Attempts to sell in foreign countries met with

except to say that

domestic and world prices.

Stabilization

the Grain

cause

and the

wheat and that tof the 1931 crop, if

its

crop year,

It

capital to continue its

sufficient

that

and

surplus and of inadequate storage facilities.

"There appears,

a

above

of 92c. a bushel, or 31c.

The question before the Board was what was to be done

of

bushels of

250,000,000 or 275,000,000

it did not have adequate

1931,

policy of the

to set forth in detail what the sales

stabilization supplies of wheat

not

It would

(hat it be done.

in .the farmers' own interest.

run,

now

buying at

selling below

prices above the market, paying heavy storage charges, and
cost.

increased

an

acquiring very large

is

than it sells or indefinitely

in

system

holding its present surplus,

would

It cannot follow a regular policy of

bought.

additional
prevention

modification for another year

some

Senator iMcNary said.

price,"

stabilization

Because of this pur

prices have ranged some 20 to 35c. above their usual

Stabilization Plan should be

arguing that the

did not exist.

world markets.

on

world

Ihimself as fol¬

24 expressed

Mar.

"The Board will have, by July 1,

large surplus of

beyond domestic requirements, growers in the United States

after

in newspaper

Agricultural Committee,

Senate

wheat tied up, purchased at an average cost
the

S

:

pointed out that if we continue to raise a

been

of
increased

low prices that have resulted from

the

continued with

urging wheat farmers ito reduce acreage as a means

correcting the disastrously

of

man

interviews Mar. 23 and
lows

follows:

Department of Agri¬

months the Federal Farm Board and the

culture have

acreage

charges, and selling

The Board's statement in full is as

below cost.
For many

buying at prices

regular policy of

a

above the market, paying heavy storage

the

Grain Conference also continued its delib¬

Washington advices, under date of Mar. 9, stated

Administration

at

Washington

had

declined

to

participate in an international conference to be held under

i

4
the

MONTHLY REVIEW
(auspices of the International Institute of Agriculture

at

Rome, beginning Mar. 26.

Newspaper dispatches with

•reference to the matter, under date of Mar. 9, said:
"After consultation with the appropriate

the early part

inclined to

officers of this

of the month to 63c." Mar. 12, dropped to 58c.

24, and was 58%@59%c. Mar. 31.

Mar.

Com prices

were

upward before the announcement of the

move

Thus March corn was

change in policy by the Farm Board.

Government and after due consideration of the various ques¬

quoted at 63%c. Mar. 10 as against 60c. Mar. 2, and was

tions involved," an announcement by the State Department

60%@62%c. Mar. 31.

to-day said, "this Government has declined the invitation of

to

the

and

institute, the reason being that this Government does

not consider that

international wheat conference at this

an

time would accomplish anything of value to American pro¬

ducers."

7

May

at 62%@63%c.

ranged

within

also having stated that this country would not be repre¬

policy of

In

wheat

abroad

position

Mr.

McKelvie said,

the

respecting

wheat exporter.

as a

would

tend

policy

Board's

not

holding down

of

program

expresses

position regarding international wheat policies.

conference,

and

its

the Govern¬

Participation in

confuse

to

promote

to

people
the

here

nation's

Consequently, the invitation extended to this

country to take part in the conference has been refused, he stated.
The

is

conference

Conference

which

a

place in/ 1932,' it

was

Economics,

Department

Premier Benito Mussolini
Rome the world conference

national Institute

of

declared

the

at

Bureau

grain, arranged by the Inter¬

on

Delegates of 46 nations
ways

and

recovered to 1.35c. Mar.

Although the Institute

American, the
sented

for

in

were

United 'States

the

Soviet
as a

Government

attendance.

the presence at the

was

Mar. 5 reduced by all the leading

on

Of

Several

other sugar

a

tions

before the conference

production
costs of

and

were

increasing

its

means

were

States,

such

Among the

ques¬

of

reducing wheat

consumption,

reduction

of

transportation and exchange, and improvement in

credit facilities.

ing,

Americans

Strong delegations also

Canada, Australia, and the Argentine.

as

repre¬

large delegation from

by the other important' grain exporting

In his opening address before the gather¬

Signer Mussolini expressed tlhe view that the world
crisis

wheat

is

due

overproduction.
to call

rather

to

underconsumption, than to

It would be rash, for this

for limitation

reason,

of cultivation of cereals.

admitted, has been displaced to

he said,

Bread, he

a

degree by other types of

foods in the diet of many people..
,<

"To-day's splendid meet-

ing," the Premier remarked, "is a proof of the existence of
good-will
States

and

in

a

the

possibility of collaboration

field in

which

among

the

insuperable force of social

ings of purely individualistic economic conceptions."
COURSE

OF

grain markets

of these

GRAIN

the announcement

under

the

influence

though except in the

not very

options

on

case

by the Federal Farm Board of its

pronounced.

the old crop

of

con¬

suffer at all

as a

would

the

pied in

to and including May, did not

and the purpose

A

the old crop

deliveries.

As

a

were

very

narrow,

in previous months,

as

though slightly higher, March wheat at Chicago being quoted

81% @82*40. Mar. 31 against 79%c. Monday, Mar. 2, and

the May option at

deliveries

later

the

new

a

however—those covering

options,

even

then was quoted at about

bushel lower than the May option,

58%c.j at which figure it

than the
and

the

crop—suffered bad breaks, as already

65%c. Mar. 4, and which

18c.
to

84@84%c. Mar. 31 against 82%@82%c.

The July wheat option ait Chicago, which had sold

related.
at

on

.option at

was over

tumbled on Mar. 24
24c.

a

bushel lower

May option, but recovered somewhat thereafter,

Mar.

on

31

sold

Chicago

ait

59% @61c.; The September

sold down

from 65%c.

Mar. 24, and was 59@60c. Mar. 31.

Mar.

wheat

4 to 59c.

At Winnipeg, where the

price, under normal conditions, rules higher than at Chicago,
the

May wheat option, after touching 61 %c. Mar. 12,

down to

57%c.

had

elapsed
occu¬

of this conference

to effect agreement

was

cablegram from Berlin, Mar. 22, stated that the Ger¬
sugar industry had succeeded in reaching a final agree¬

man

ment

to

on

production quotas, and that

ordinance designed

an

give legal force to the quotas thus fixed had

been delivered by the
for

its

approval.

necessary

already

National Government to the Reichsrat

stated that the Dutch

Earlier in the month

it

Indian Government had voted

was

bill

a

restricting sugar exports by Java for

a

ing five

marked the definite

of

also that this action

years;

commitment

of

Java

period not exceed¬

to

participate in world stabilization
industry under the Chadbourne Plan,

the sugar

Coffee prices continued to rule extremely low, owing to
the demoralization of Brazilian exchange and the world¬
r

wide overproduction.

signed

President Vargas of Brazil

decree

giving

International

an

Coffee

a;

from

sage

Sao

first "Coffee

New

York

official

Paulo,

Congress

since

attended

The

problems

improvement

opening of

new

Mar.

4.

The

futures

1902,

by

all

to

which

be

producing

discussed

Invitations

crop

were

sent

were

in

held

was

coffee

the

and

the

all

im¬

to

previous Oct. 6, owing to the Brazilian

reopened

market,

to

The Santos Coffee Exchange, which had

Rio

been reopened.

Mar. 3

on

sanction

of quality and methods,

markets.

was

Government

Congress in 'Sao Paulo.
A mes¬
Mar. 4, stated it would be the

and

limitation,

for trading in coffee futures on

Coffee

also

Exchange, Brazil's other coffee
on Oct. 6 1930,
has not yet

closed

No. 7 Rio in this market

Mar. 31 against

was quoted at 5%c.
5%@5%c. Feb. 28; 6%c. Jan. 31, and 7%@

7%c. Dec. 31.

No. 7 Santos was quoted at 7%@8c. Mar. 31
against 7% @8c. Feb. 28; 8%@9c. Jan. 31; 8% @9% c. Dec.
31

1930, and ll@ll%c. Oct. 31 1930.
ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS—MEASURES PASSED.

distinctly stating that stabilization opera¬

be continued in

The

which

period

provisional agreement had been

concerning these details.

The

with

record

56%c. Mar. 24, with the

range

was

for Mar. 31 at 56% @

The July wheat option at Winnipeg, after advancing




for

States

was

Senate

important

the

one

appropriating

a

of the

final

the

were

but that

4.

Mar.

session.

session

The

of

measures held

the

by its

while the last session of

piece of legislation

.$5,060,000

regarded as

This

towards

hospitals that

in the House

resolution to

Senate

House,

on

closed,

final

through the final stages.

finally acted

tion of
and

was

and

that

says

to be essential,

of additional veterans'
bill

Congress
third

dispose of several

only

saw

pass

resolution

71st

of

Daily"

used to

majority leaders
the

the

adjournment

"United

2.

The

years.

study of details of the administration of the plan

a

House

Mar.

five

next

the May

at

Hungary,

Poland,

These were the countries signatory to the

since the date of the

consequence, the fluctuations in both the March option and

option

The sugar

result of the Farm Board's announcement,

this announcement

tions

The nearby options, that is, the

up

Czechoslovakia,

Germany,

Java,

Belgium.

been closed since the

templated abandonment of its stabilization policy, the effect
was

Cuba,
and

portant countries.

PRICES.

naturally

were

various happenings,

Mar. 30 by Thomas L.

on

exporting countries represented at this meeting included

revolution,

The

producing countries in January was the object

Chadbourne in behalf of the Cuban delegation.

countries.

the

should be kept far above the unrestrained work¬

progress

Consum¬

provisional accord reached by European and

conference in Paris, called

a

for
an

particular significance

gathering of

of February, was

refiners to 4.40c., but

back again to 4.50c. by the close of the month.

was

The

provisional agreement of Jan. 8 1931 fixing export quotas

by

not

was

1.33c. Mar. 31.

was

been maintained at 4.50c. the greater part

con¬

Russia, which has assumed great importance again

grain exporting country.

sent

established

was

already given.

reason

unofficial

24, and

price of refined sugar in this market, which had

wholesale

means

correcting the dislocation between production and

sumption.

sugar,

raw

of

Mar. 26 formally opened at

Agriculture.

Cuban'

part.

of Agriculture.

on

gathered in the Italian capital to study
of

the latter

overcome

against 1.32c. Feb. 25, sold as low as 1.20c. Mar. 16, but

as

of

Agricultural

was

mation of the

preparatory convention to rthe Second World Grain

takes

manifestation of weakness the early part of the

under way,

further stating:

paper

production to domestic requirements, he said,

ment's
the

outlined in

as

SUG^R AND COFFEE PRICES.

where another experiment in price fixing is

sugar,

month

conference, that

Board

the

at

oats

Farm

Board, was reported in the "United States Daily" of Mar. 10

The

for Marcli

range

Chicago 31%@31%c. Mar. 31 against 32@32%c. Mar. 2.
COURSE OF

sented at the Rome

the

Oats prices moved

31.

Mar.

limits, with

narrow

■

Samuel R. McKelvie, grain member of the Federal

as

from 63%c. Mar. 2

rose

corn

67%c. Mar. 9, but in the tumble fell to 61%c. Mar. 30,

were

was

a

authorized in

hour earlier.

an

joint

construction
a

Adop¬

notify the President that the House

ready to adjourn
resolution

failed

was

the last act of the

to receive

the

attention

Senate, where Senator Thomas (Dem.), of Oklahoma,

held the floor and would not
permit action.
was

on

vened, at 9
of

Senator Thomas
continuously from the hour the Senate con¬
m., until the Vice-President's announcement

his feet
a.

adjournment, demanding^

for

an

vote

on

inquiry into the oil industry.

his resolution (S. 418)
He had discussed the

oil problems two hours

during the preceding night session,
and had permitted a recess at 1:15 a.
m., Mar. 4, only under
an agreement that he be
recognized when the recess expired.
Consequently, President Hoover receivd no formal notifica¬
tion of the intention of the House and

Senate to quit

busi-

5

MONTHLY REVIEW
lie formally advised of their adjournment, as
heretofore at the end of sessions or of

ness, nor was

lias

been

done

Congress.

'

The end of the
of

legislation

for action.

Congress

saw

the death of numerous pieces

Among these

was

maternity bill

the so-called

(S. 255), which the House had rewritten.

The conference

the

report on this measure was the pending business when

adjournment

(Rep.), of Washington,

Senator Jones

came.

in charge of the measure,

had held it before the

Senate

constantly during the last 10 hours of the session, despite
attempts of various Senators to persuade him to withdraw
Another bill that failed was the Vestal Copy¬

the measure.

had

right Act (H. R. 12540) which had passed the House and
been before the

Senate

of

intermittently during the last two

Many admendments had been added by the Senate
Committee on Patents, but Senate action had been taken
only

few of them before the conference report on the

a

maternity bill

was

brought in.

eral

bills

Reed

for the inde¬
pendence of the Philippine Islands.
Another - was a bill
(S. 2497) to amend the Judicial Code in order to limit the
power of injunction.
Senator iOapper (Rep.), of Kansas,
attempted during the last two days to obtain consideration
of a bill OS. 5818) to limit oil importations, but failed, and
the bill died on the calendar.
Included among (Subjects on
the table was the resolution (S. J. Res. 261) introduced by
Senator Wheeler
(Dem.), of Montana, to provide $100,dying

the calendar was one (S. 3822)

on

000.000 for relief of
The

unemployed persons.

Rogers hospitalization bill

of

(H. R. 16982)

Luce

into

House from

the

the

amendment

a

hitherto
the

moved

and

measure

which

on

A bill

of

Senator Glass,

Senate

agree

to

the

on

Senate
than

banking and

made

was

authority of
A

resolution which authorized

a

number of questionnaires

and

series

a

of

committee.
lected

the bill

be

of

a

$12,500,000, the House cheered wildly, it is

stated, and the legislation was written into statute law just
before the session

recess,

subjected

H.

asked

Parker

it

to

Hearings
in

branch,

on

to analysis

by

a

the

testimony,

chain and

third, but authorization

granted

was

of which has not yet appeared in printed form.

some

resolution, which would

constitutional amendment incorporating re¬
forms in the sittings of Congress, died on Feb. 28 as a
result of disagreement between
Senate and House con¬
ferees.
The conference broke up when the House conferees
refused to withdraw their support from an amendment to
provide for a

Speaker

Longworth

Sen¬
Norris, backed by Senator Borah, stood equally firm

ator

an

unlimited second session.

Norris's resolution

ator

Jan. 4 of the year

the

new

Under Sen¬

Congress would meet

on

following the election in November.

The

President would be inaugurated about two weeks later.

The

first session of Congress

Among financial
increase

an

the

following Jan. 4, to

if it so desired, until the first of the next year, when
Congress would take office.
Thus the gap of 13

run,

new

that

election

between

months

now

and first

meetings of Congresses

obtains would l>e eliminated.

of

pending proposals to amend the law which auto¬
matically reapportions the representation of the States in

membership

Mar. 4

were

the

House

The membership of the House will continue at 435

Feb. 27.

present, but with an increase in the number of Repre¬

at

as

of Representatives after
tabled by the House Committee on the Census
of

sentatives from

As

others.

some

States and decrease in

some of

the

result of the tabling of the amendments the

a

reapportionment announced by President Hoover in November
1930
on

011

the basis of the 1930 census went into effect at

Mar. 4.

No

noon

Under it 21 States lose 27 seats to 11 States.

either

changes in

Federal

the

passed is (the bill (H. R. 16111) providing for

measures

71st Congress, said the "United
the

Reserve Act

or

the

States Daily", from which

following is also taken:

Only

one

ing to Treasury officials, to take
An

of the refinancing of maturing issues.

care

attempt to ex^jnpt the interest on the bonds to be issued under the
authorization fnom the surtax failed, and it is accordingly to be

new

exempt from the normal income tax only. <'y
VETO

OF

MUSCLE

SHOALS

:

BILL—VETO

SUSTAINED.

President Hoover's veto, on Mar. 3, of tlie Muscle Shoals
referred to in
was

review of the

our

ship by going banks of the same type,

was

the consolidated institution, however,

operate in more than five States, and such States to be contiguous.

two-thirds.

should

Mr.

President's

The

Hoover

undertake

to

does

message

think

not

(H.

R.

to circulate false rumors

members

United

(the

of

"Goodwin"

States

about the financial condition of National banks and

Federal

Reserve

System;

the

measure

known

as

the

which would have amended Section 5219
Revised Statutes, governing the taxation of National banks

bill

(H.

R.




12490)

was

strong

a*

Government

that

private enterprise ex¬

compete with

cept in cases of extreme emergency, when no other alterna¬
te exists which, however, does not mean that Government
undertake

not

he also

saw an

He went into

a

to

regulate

power

measure

invasion of the

rights reserved to the States.

critical analysis of the whole Muscle Shoals

contained

as

in

the

Congress and showed that it

joint ^resolution

in

was

make the cost of the power

to

President,

out

for

a

that

though

period

every way

passed by
impractical

large outlays as

generated far in excess of

that at which it could be furnished

pointed

within

concerns

In the present Muscle Shoals instance

by private enterprise.

bill

the

of 12 months,

provided
might

that

the

negotiate

lease of the nitrate plants for fertilizer manufacture,
such limitations as to make

under

was

tical for private concerns to
attention

to

He directed

really amusing provisions

Thus the bill provided:

the bill.

in

it entirely imprac¬

put in any bid.

and

unusual

some

a

this

"All members of the Board shall be persons that profess
a

belief in the feasibility and wisdom, having in view the

(national defense and the encouragement of inter-State com¬
merce,

of producing fixed nitrogen under this. Act of such

kinds and at such

prices

as

to induce the reasonable expecta¬

tion that the farmers will buy said products and that by
reason

thereof the

corporation

may

be

a

self-sustaining and

continuing success."
After

quoting the foregoing paragraph, the President went

to say:

on

"In other

words, they are to say that they believe in Gov¬

ernment manufacture of fertilizers and that it
a

this set-up.

success on

We
on

are

be made

the'basis of their beliefs rather

than their experience and competency.

These directors

are

political complexion and apparently
entire working force is likewise to have such a com¬

manifestly
the

can

thus supposed to appoint

plexion,

to have

a

the usual provision for the merit

as

service

re¬

quired by law in most other Federal activities is omitted.
able to

Three men

conduct

be found to meet these

a

$150,000,000 business cannot

specifications."

The President concluded with the

"This bill raises one of the

following declarations:
important issues confronting

That is squarely the issue of Federal Govern¬
operation of power and manufacturing
business, not as a minor by-product, but as a major pur¬
our

people.

Involved in this question is the agitation against the
industry. The power problem is not

pose.

conduct of the power

by the Federal Government going into the power

business, nor is it to be solved by the project in this bill.
The

remedy for abuses in the conduct of that industry lies in

regulation and not by the Federal Government entering upon
the business itself.

which failed of passage were the so-called "bank
10560) which would have made it a Federal offense

Among the banking bills
slander bill"

The vote

previous month.

34 to uphold the veto and 49 to override—not the neces¬

to be solved

amendment (H. R. 12063) to the Federal Farm Loan Act

passed, permitting- the acquisition of Joint Stock Land Banks in receiver¬
not to

re¬

ment ownership and

National Banking Act were made at the final session of the
.

'■■■■■■■

..,

$8,000,000,000 in the Treasury's borrowing power for

business administrators

All

the

1

,

financing purposes.
The original limit of $20,000,000,000 set by war-time
legislation had been almost reached, and the action was necessary, accord¬

would be unlimited and it would

meet for another unlimited session the

;

Financial Measure Passed.

which

second session of Congress to four

months, beginning 011 Jan. 4 of even-numbered years.
in his demand for

not con¬

were

for printing the full

He

>:-

by

redraft of

a

banking conducted by the House

group

become law.

introduced

and

I':,

and would involve the Government in such

resolution

the material col¬

of specialists under the

group

Wiillis, of Columbia University,

Banking and Currency in the second session

on

well.

personally before the sub¬

appear

has been announced,

ended.
Immediately Congress appropri¬
$5,000,000 toward the $20,000,000 program.
A last-hour effort to get an appropriation of $1,725,000
for Federal participation in the Century of Progress Expo¬
sition at Chicago, already passed by the Senate, failed to
ated

the

were

sent out to banks for statistical data,

were

was

prepared for introduction next session.

Committee
tinued

witnesses

During the

will

and

held under
continuance of the sub-com¬

The hearings

generally.

mittee activity during the next session, and during recesses as

legitimate limits.

would have limited the

of as a tenta¬

use

under the Chairmanship

into the operations of the Federal Reserve System,

credit conditions

should

lump sum basis for the original House proposal

The Norris so-called "lame duck"

as

r

Banking and Currency Committee,

ties

a

putting State
regards the

(S. 2605)

proposal, upon which to base the hearings conducted by a subcommittee

the

$20,000,000 of authorization for additional hospital facili¬
on

bill

footing with National banks

changes in the banking laws of the country,
tive
of

document.

substituting its lump sum plan of more

of an allocated

greater share of the earnings

a

members; and

same

Federal land

of foreclosures; sev¬

a

(S. 4723) introduced by Senator Glass, providing for a number of

sary

deadlocked conference

House

the

on

right to establish foreign branches.

finally came

Mass.,

of Waltham,

(Rep.),

Credit Banks, and a cessation

to their

Banks

banks

When Repre¬

ing legislation of the final day of Congress.
sentative

Reserve

member

their object the establishment

as

farmer-borrowers to the

by

payments

on

bill and the failure of the 'Senate to override the veto was;

finally yielded to the Senate, was the outstand¬

the House

number of bills having

a

providing for distribution of

measures

direction

(Rep.), of Pennsylvania, to
bring the resolution (H. J. Res. 500) providing a restric¬
tion of immigration for two years before the Senate in
the last two days of the session were blocked.
The resolu¬
tion had reached the calendar, a motion of the Pennsylvania
Senator to discharge the Committee on Immigration from
further consideration of it being carried.
Among other
Senator

of

•Attempts

liability against shareholders of joint stock land banks by re¬

thereof;

moratorium

a

banks and Intermediate

weeks.

on

double

ceivers
of

which there had been recurring demands

011

by the States; the "Letts" bill (H. R. 9433) providing for (the enforcement

"I

recommended

have

to tihe Congress on

various

occa¬

sions that action should be taken to establish Federal regu¬

lation

of

inter-State

power

in

co-operation

with

authorities.

This bill would

ment upon a

basis of competition instead of by the

launch

the

Federal

State

Govern¬
proper

MONTHLY REVIEW

6

function—regulation for the protection of all

Government

future of our
country if the
preoccupation of its officials is to be no longer* the promo¬
tion of justice and equal opportunity, but is to toe devoted

I hesitate to contemplate the
institutions, of our Government, and of our
the

people.

That is not liberalism; it is de¬

markets.

to barter in the

generation."
OTHER PRESIDENTIAL

VETOES.

Hoover sent to the House of Repre¬
sentatives two veto messages.
One disapproved of a meas¬
On Feb. 23 President

provide veterans' hospital facilities to civilians
connected with the Quartermaster. Corps,

bo

ure

had

been

dismissed from the

Marko)

request because he was an alien.
dent's action the "Times" Said:
of hospitalization and

The benefits
homes

in

the privileges of ithe Federal soldiers'

only, and not for

of the armed services

in the Quartermaster Corps of the army
Spain, the Philippine insurrection, and the China

capacities

civilian

in

served

during the war with
relief

his own
In its account of the Presi¬
army at

who were employed in civilian capacities in war times, the President
vetoing the bill to grant such privileges to certain persons who

persons
said

veterans

for disabled

are

and

expedition.

precedent created by the bill, the President declared, would commit
which, in justice, could not be confined to the

The

the Government to a policy
(

civilians oovered by this particular Act, but would justify civilians who
were employed in other branches of war work in applying for and obtaining
the

privileges.

same

of a bill which proposed to give ito one

The President's other veto was

privileges and benefits of the
despite the fact that he was

Marko, an alien, "all the rights,
Adjusted Compensation Act,"

Joseph

War

World

discharge! from the army because he was an alien.
There were thousands
of other aliens in exactly the same class as Marko, th® President declared,

unable to see any "special or peculiar merit"
Marko was discharged from the service at his own request.

and, that being so, he was
in the Marko case.

7 the President vetoed Senator

On March

Wagner's bill

providing .for the establishment of a National employment
system.
The President in indicating his attitude toward
the proposed legislation said: "I find upon study that if I
would prevent a serious blow to labor during this crisis, I
should not approve the bill."
The President declared that
the bill "proposes to destroy the Federal Employment Service
in the Department of Labor . . . and to substitute for it 48
practically independent agencies, each under State control,
the Federal Government paying for them up to 50% and
based, not upon economic need, but upon mathematical ratio
to population."
In citing his objection to the bill thePresident further said: "It cannot be made effective for many

years"; "it is not only changing horses
while crossing a stream" said the President, "but the other
horse would not arrive for many months."
Along with his
months

even

or

statement vetoing the
from

bill the President submitted reports

General Mitchell and

Attorney

Secretary of Labor

"the difficulties of the bill."
statement issued March 8, Senator Robert F. Wagner,

Doak detailing
In

a

We

President.

bill, undertook to reply to the

author of the

quote bis reply in part as follows:
statement accompanying

the

In

his veto of the employment

service bill

suggests that it involves changing horses while crossing the
That is not a correct discription.
The true fact is this: Before

the President
stream.

administration was offered a sound horse
upon which to ride through the storm.
It refused it. It insisted on riding
the decrepit and balky creature which is the existing Federal employment
service condemned by all who can speak with authority.
The President's statement should be read in the light of its history.
The
bill was first introduced in 1928.
Fully 10 months ago the bill had already
got into the water the

ever

we

Senate, received favorable report in the House Judiciary Com¬
mittee and was on the House calendar.
A nod from the President would have
passed ithe

that time, so that it would now have

caused the bill to pass at

been long in

weather the present crisis.
declaration that the bill
where the friends
of labor stood on this question.
The public knows, too, that Mr. Doak
himself, when he was a representative of one of the railroad brotherhoods
operation, successfully helping us to
No

a

he

Labor,

of

advocated

whole-heartedly

the

new

legislation.

injury upon the wage-earners.

an

Both

President

bill

and

his

Attorney-General seized upon a sentence of

reads:. "The

which

employment service now existing in

Labor is hereby abolished."
They would have the
believe that instead of creating an employment service the purpose
Department of
bill

the

The people of this country will, therefore,
accept the President's unsupported statement that the bill would

inflict

the

Secretary

was

enactment of this
never

The public knows very well

blow to labor.

before

and

the President's

by

deceived

be

will

one

would be

was

to

abolished

in the

same

But it is r.ot at all true that "months

supersedes it.

the

public
of my

That is, of course, absurd.
The existing service is
sense that an old law is repealed when a new law

destroy it.

must elapse before

service." The
go into operation the identical second that the old service
ceases.
Had the Attorney-General read the bill carefully he would have
noticed that arrangements are made for immediate operation, and that
provision is made for a two-year period of adjustment from the present

substantial
new

could be made in setting up the new

progress

service

can

President Hoover disposed

finally of all legislation passed

March 9 that he had
submitted for his action.

by Congress, when he announced on

vetoed"

four

The "United States
Two

of

the

last

four

measures

Daily" in reporting this went on to say:
vetoed concerned the postal service, and

measures

relief measures, it was explained.
made no announcement of President Hoover's reasons

the other two were private
The

White

House

giving "pocket" vetoes ito the four measures.
A "pocket" veto is where
the President withholds his signature from a measure and gives no reasons
for

"pocket" vetoed
the measures only after the most careful study and consideration.
One of the postal measures was House Joint Resolution 357 providing for
the classification of certain official mail matter.
The resolution would

therefor.

On behalf of the




present law for public documents.
The other measure,
increased the pay of mail carriers in the village delivery

under

President it was stated that he

S. 543,.

service.
approval
was
the bill (H. R. 8677), which would have provided for the relief of
certain disbursing officers of the Army and for the settlement of individual1
claims approved by .the Department of War.
The other (S. 3924), would
have provided relief to the OFirst State Bank & Trust Co. of Mission, Tex.
Including the four vetoes already mentioned, President Hoover has vetoed
altogether 19 measures passed by Congress since his inauguration March 4
1929, according to information made available at the White House.
Twelve of these measures, aside from those referred to, were straight out
vetoes, while three were so-called "pocket vetoes."
would have
One of

which failed to receive presidential

the relief measures

MEASURES FOR DROUTH

"

RELIEF.

of President Hoover, announcement was
March 9 by Secretary of Agriculture Hyde, of the

With the approval
made on

appointment of a committee of three to administer $10,000,000 of the $20,000,000 drouth relief fund appropriated
by Congress on Feb. 14. The $10,000,00 appropriation will
be applied toward financing increases of capital stock of
agricultural credit corporations, livestock loan companies,
etc.
The committee of three consists of Lewis T. Tune, of

Chairman; B. C. Powell, of Little

St. Louis,

Rock, Ark., and

former Quarter-Master General
of the army.
Bankers, merchants, publishers and profes¬
sional men in the drouth regions must lend their time and
thought, as well as their money, if the agricultural credit
corporations, livestock loan companies and similar organiza¬
tions, now offered Federal loans, are to function quickly and
effectively, it was stated March 14 by B. O. Powell of Little
Rock, Ark., one of the members of Secretary of Agriculture
Hyde's Advisory Loan Committee.
"No credit association,"
he said, "that fails to realize the importance of management
will be able to extend the aid that Secretary Hyde and his
State and National loan committees hope it can make avail¬
Maj. Gen. B; F. (Cheatham,

able to farmers."

March 12 tflie appointment

President Hoover announced on

assistant to the
immediate expansion of the
States Employment Service and intensification of its
to relieve the situation growing out of the business
Alpine of New York, as a special

of John R.

Secretary of Labor, to direct
United
efforts

depression.
THE STATE

OF TRADE AND

TRADE DEVELOPMENTS.

indicated that no essential change in
condition of trade occurred and that whatever increase

It has already been
the

in

developed

activity

was

Best accounts came from the
from the cotton goods

mainly seasonal in character.
textile trades and particularly

industry, with the 'outlook materially

improved, but mainly due to the rigid curtailment of output
to such an extent that current orders and current shipments,
equaling those of 1930, are yet running in

while far from
excess

of

production.

The statistical reports of production,

shipments of standard cotton cloths

sales and

during the

February, 1931, made public March 9 by the Asso¬
ciation of Cotton Textile Merchants of New York showed
month of

212,168,000
tjhat
326,691,000 yards, equivalent

production during February amounted to

that

yards, or at the rate of 53,042,000 yards per week, and
sales
to

during February were
154% of production, being the largest ratio of sales to pro¬

duction in

four

years.

Shipments were 248,354,000 yards,

At the same time

equivalent to 117% of production.

month were down

of the

the end

at

stocks

to 319,328,000 yards,

representing a decrease during the month of 10.2%.
The
stocks were at the lowest figure recorded since the statistics

Jan. 1 1928.
Furthermore unfilled
395,802.000 yards Feb. 28, showing an in¬
24.7% during the month.
Nevertheless the U. S.

became comparable on
orders

stood

crease

of

at

Census figures for

the month of February, issued on March

Showed only 433,510 bales of lint and 53,087 bales of
linters consumed in the month the present year by the mills

14,

of the United

States, against 494,396 bales of lint and 61,108

bales of linters in February
lower again,

1930.

The price of cotton moved

middling upland spot cotton at New York being

quoted at 10.70c. on March 11 and after recovering to 11
cents March

21, being back to 10.70c. March 31, which com¬

pared with 11.20c. at the close of February.
The Bureau of
the Census on March 20 issued its final ginning report on
the 1930 crop,

500

lbs.

or

and made the total only 13,929,941 bales of
313,000 bales less than the Agricultural

some

Bureau's estimate made the

previous December and com¬

paring with 14,824,861 bales, the crop of 1929, and 14,477,874

bales, the

of 1928.

crop

There were certain developments

during the month that appeared to hold the promise of an
increase in the world's cotton consumption.
One of these

in the price of silver and the other
agreement reached between Viceroy Lord
Irwin and Mahatma Gandhi, the Indian leader, under which
the civil disobedience campaign of the Indian Nationalists
is to be discontinued.
It was hoped that this would allow

was

system to the new system.

"pocket

matter

World War veterans' benefits to an

another bill would give

alien (Joseph

who

permitted members of Congress to send to their own address official
without limitation as to weight, exactly the same as is provided

have

the sharp recovery

the compromise

Manchester

cotton

spinners to

find

an

improved market

again for their cotton goods. Print cloths at Fall River for
28 in. 64x60 remained unchanged through the month at 4%c.
The

woolen

improvement,

goods industry showed only slight signs of
due

chiefly

to

the

sharp advances in the

foreign wool markets.
Prices at the London auctions were
10 to 30% higher than those prevailing at the January sales.
Domestic wools, however,

did not seem to be in the same

7

MONTHLY REVIEW
favored condition because of

.

tic

clip including

In addition
the fall

openings of

woolen and worsted lines for
were at extremely low

new

showed that

season

large carry-over of the domes¬

a

considerable quantity of low-grade wools.

a

values

levels indicating deflation of a very

York

New

Journal

of

Commerce

extent of the decline in men's

1937

Brothers

&

the fall
Metcalf

worsted suitings for

had been indicated

season

pronounced kind.
The
said that the probable

March 12 when

on

men's wear
fabrics, announced reductions of 5 to 10% on their well
known standard serges.
The drop averaged about 15c. per
yard on worsted serges and 5c. per yard on wool-filled un¬
finished worsteds.
Kaw silk prices suffered further sharp
depression.
Japanese double extra 13-15 deniers were
$2.55@$2.65 March 31, against $2.70@$2.75 Feb. 28; $2.85@
$2.95 on Jan. 31; $2.60@$2.70 Dec. 31; $2.35@$2.45 the pre¬
vious Sept. 30, but $4.70@$4.75 Jan. 31 1930.
In the 20-22
deniers Japanese crack double extra were quoted at $2.50@
$2.60 March 31, against $2,65@$2.70 on Feb. 28; $2.85@$2.90
on Jan. 31; $2.70@$2.75 Dec. 31; $2.25@$2.30 on Oct. 31, but
comparing with $4.60@$4.65 on Jan. 31 1930.
Crude rubber
prices also continued their downward descent.
Ribbed
smoked sheets for spot delivery were 6%c. bid and 7c. asked
March 31 against 7%@7%c. Feb. 28; 7%@8c. Jan. 31; 8%@
8y2c. Bee. 31 1930 and 15%@15% on Feb. 28 1930.
Co.,

leading

IN

REBOUND

UPWARD

of

producers

staple

PRICES.

HIDE

Hide prices showed a

month

March.

of

Bank of

National

noting

sharp upward rebound during the
The New England letter of the First

the output of

that

February showed

March 25, aft£r

under date of

Boston,

in New England ^during

shoes

gain of nearly 14% over the preceding

a

month, but for: the first two months of the year was about
12% below the corresponding period of 1930, set out the
underlying causes of the rise in hides as follows:
Hide prices have recently scored a sharp advance,
From 6% cents a
pound in February, the lowest in over thirty years, quotations on light
native cows have advanced to 10 cents a pound, or a gain of over 50%.
In
view of the fact that hides now being offered are of a seasonally inferior
quality, the advance which has taken place is all the more striking.
A
number of factors have combined to
In the
of

first place,

month ago,

a

tion

the

of

their

it represents

which

material.

raw

rebound from the abnormally low prices

a

seemingly unwarranted by the statistical posi¬

were

Furthermore,

shoe manufacturers who conduct

became concerned

tanning operations

own

bring about the recent marked upturn.

in the

expansion

an

over

export movement of domestic hides and inasmuch as requirements must be

anticipated months in advance, they bought to
too, in
to

quarters it is felt that

some

Then,«
be attributed

their needs.

secure

part of this advance can

a

underlying

the adoption
which

sudden realization of

a

bring in

our

the

changed position since

In view of our domestic tariff on hide imports,

of the tariff.

must

we

was

cause

large scale to supplement

a

on

domestic pro¬

our

duction, prices in the domestic market would normally be higher than abroad,
but the

has been the

reverse

had

hides

of

imports

for several months.

case

dwindled

to

a

result,

Such

a

our

net

and substantially

Pittsburgh

contrasting with weakness at St. Louis and Detroit, and a
mixed trend at

In its issue for April 2 the "Age"

Chicago.

remarked:

y'->'

"Close-range specifying by the motor
demands from other

car

have .resulted in

sources

a

<

-

_

industry and irregularities in

slight reduction in average raw

steel

output, ingot production now being estimated at 55% as compared
67% ip the two previous weeks.
Chicago, Buffalo, ithe Wheeling
district, Youngstown and Pittsburgh all reported declines, most of them

with

small.

\.'V. //V

"

1

"The price situation shows signs

V'::U

^

Sheets have achieved more
stability, following the placing of second quarter contracts at rather sharp
concessions
which
as

one

on

rather

are

pf clarifying.

finishes.

two

or

Weakness -persists

available

generally

strip steel have been

against

contracts

withdrawn.

there has been

for

In

first

black

in

Pittsburgh,

with

sheets,

low

as

The recently announoed advances on

The
some

the

of

outcome
cases

quarter

consumers

entered

at

advance
are

oh

plates,

specifying fully

Pittsburgh, but

1.60c.,

rush to place second quarter contracts at 1.65c. and the

no

advance to 1.70c.
taken

the

2.25c.,

at

2.20c. reported in some, instances.

shapes and bars is in doubt.

scheduled to become

effective

on

April 1 has not been

seriously."

The

"Age" made the composite

Mar. 31 2.128c.

steel

of finished

price

pound against 2.142c. a month earlier,

a

and the composite price of pig iron $15.71 per gross ton
Mar. 31, the same as the month earlier, and comparing with

$15.90
In

Jan. 6.

on

the

non-ferrous

metals

renewed

weakness

developed

in the

price of copper. Early in the month the price of the
metal was raised to 10%c. delivered in Connecticut, and the
export price of copper was advanced % of a cent a pound to

10.80c.,
the

high mark for 1931, and lc.

a new

lowest

export price for the year.

month, however, the domestic price
the

export price

back to 10.3Oc.

price of electrolytic copper

pound above

a

At the end of the

was

down to 9%c. and
York the

Here in New

marked down from 10%c.

was

to 10c. Mar.

9, to 9%c. Mar. 11, raised again to 10c. Mar. 12,
9%c. Mar. 13, and to 9.50c. Mar. 30.
Lake copper in New York was marked down Mar. 11 from
10%c. to 10%c., raised to 10%c. Mar. 12, reduced again to
then

and

10%c.

reduced to

Mar.

13,

raised

then reduced to

York

a

once

10%c. Mar.

to

more

narrow

against

on

range

and

Mar.

27.00c.

2.

and

28

that

Feb.

a

quoted at 26.75c. Mar. 31

was

It

been

held

the

at

meeting

Colonial

announced inx

officially

was

to

consider

national plan to regulate the production

had

18,

10%c. Mar. 24.

The price of lead at New
reduced Mar. 11 from 4.60c. to 4.50c.
Tin moved!

was

within

an

inter¬

and export of to

office, and that complete

agreement had been arrived at regarding the system to be

The principal points of the scheme were outlined!

adopted.

follows:

as

The

scheme

will

be

administered by

the International Committee repre¬

senting the Governments of Bolivia, Malaya, Netherlands,

East Indies, and

Nigeria.
The plan becomes

in 1930 because of the depression, domestic

so

grades of old material, such price changes as there

lacked consistency, evidences of strength at

were

and

January

condition could

Although consumption of cattle hides has declined in

long continue.

recent years,

a

amount by

negligible

export probably exceeded imports during February.
not

As

in most

London

speculative buying in anticipation of a general business improvement.
While the above factors contributed to the advance, it is probable that

Even scrap, traditionally the bellwether of all iron and steel
products, had latterly lost its position of leadership in price
movements.
In the face of a continued dearth of activity

effective Mar. 1

1931.

'

production

hide

In the latter year was only 83% of consumption.
Furthermore, while stocks of hides and cattle hide leather have shown some
gain during the last year, they are not excessive, being less than 5% above
a

year

and

Finally, hides

ago.

in

consequence

in the

situation

of variations

in

demand

are

As a result, the effects

34%

a

decrease of 16%

compared with January, 1930.

as

consumption of hides would likely

a

not sensitive to

Hence

compared

with

upon

prices.

increases in produc¬
The Iron age in its

country at large at 57% of capacity, against 52@53% at the
end

of

February, but in the following week there

further

extension

of

34,260
ratios

output,

while

its

issue

for

was

no

April

2,

recession

rived
one

55%.

to

from

the

Considerable encouragement

news

the

that

Carnegie Steel

of the subsidiaries of the United

tion, had announced that its price

on

was

de¬

Corporation,

States Steel Corpora¬

steel barjs, plates and

of

preventing repeated

agreed at 145,000 tons (off

was

year.

a

quotas were agreed as follows:

Malaya, 53,853 tons; Bolivia,

based

initial quotas

these

on

were

7,750.

Invariable per¬

agreed for each

country

a&

applicable to all alterations of basic tonnage.
also agreed

was

that (apart from special agreement arrived at in view

circumstances)

urgent

these initial

quotas

should

remain

for

fixed

as-

period of not less than six months.
Each

government agrees to allot its national quota among the individual

producers
the

with

The

and to control

production and export effectively in

by

time to time as circumstances maythe participating governments.
The
circumstances be altered at shorter intervals than three

may

he altered from

unanimous

quotas will in no

consent

%

of

months.
The

accordance-

plan.

quotas

require

which brought the record down to the end of March, showed
a

under the plan

Netherlands, East Indies, 29,910; Nigeria,

;

centages

of

fair and reasonable equilibrium' be¬

oscillations of prices.

The initial

It

secure

production and consumption with the view

severe

2,240 pounds)

the steel ingot output for the

reported

is to

The basic world tonnage

good increase

a

developed towards the close of

since the beginning of Hhe year.

March 19

as

have marked effect

March after practically uninterrupted
issue of

and

hide prices

The movement into sight of cattle hides has declined

In tlie steel trade some lull

tion

upon

intensified since the supply is

considerably, with January showing
in the

tween

by-product of the meat packing industry

are a

production is quite independent of the demand-supply

commodity itself.

changing hide prices.
December and

The object of the plan

even.

~

:•

plan will remain in

pating governments

force for two

years,

but if

any

of the partici¬

demand alteration of tonnage quotas and if within- a
not been reached with

period of six months a unanimous agreement has

the government which made the demand will
It was recognized that in the
withdrawal the other participating governments
could'

regard (to such a proposal
be

liberty to withdraw from the plan.

at

such

of

event

shapes at Pittsburgh would be marked up April 1 from 1.65
a pound to 1.70c. meaning an advance of $1 per ton.
Never¬
theless the price situation was not altogether satisfactory.

immedately abandon -the.plan.

For instance automobile

at. the meeting,

3.20

a

body sheets declined $2

a

ton, to

lb. at Pittsburgh, and this was followed by a $2 a ton

recession

on

black sheets and steel furniture stock, bringing
and the latter to 3.50c.
In com¬

the former down to 2.25c.

menting
that

on

this the Iron Age in its issue of March 26 said
breaks in

these

business that
issue of the

more

same

the

than

market

reflected

an

anxiety for

offset cost considerations.

In its

date "Steel" the former Iron Trade Review,

said that steel presented a top-heavy market.

The "Iron Age"

in its issue of that date also remarked that mixed tendencies

in

prices, production and bookings

iron

and

steel

market

as

the

end

of

characterizing the
March

drew

representatives of the Governments of Bolivia, Malaya, Netherlands,

Indies, and Nigeria are submitting the details of the plan, as accepted

ments

are

tons.

,

for approval of their Governments.

Meanwhile all

arrange¬

being made to make the plan effective Mar. 1.

important points of the plan are:

The
four

(1) That the initial quotas of
fixed at a total of 125,700
curtailment of approximately 44,200 tons on 192a

principal producing countries have been
This represents a

production of these countries which are responsible for about 90% of the
total

world output.

Working under normal conditions production of these
amounted approximately to 172,000 tons,

four countries in 1930 would have
so

that

year

on

Another

initial quotas represent

curtailment at the rate of 56,200 tons

per

the normal capacity production of the four countries concerned:
important point is that the agreement remains in force for twe

and takes effect as from Mar. 1 1931.
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS.

near.

Higher quotations on pig iron in the Valleys and
in Alabama for Northern shipment were out of harmony
with the persistent sensitivity of prices in other centers.




East

years

were

Recently announced advances on heavy rolled steel products
contrasted sharply with renewed weakness in flat rolled

products.

The

The

■

'

stability of the crude oil market suffered a serious*

blow at the beginning of

March in widespread price slashesThis was followed?

in both midjContinent and Texas fields.

by slashes approximating 50c. a barrel in all the principal
fields in California, while later in the month the Magnolia

REVIEW

8
subsidiary of the Standard Oil Co. of New

Petroleum Co.,

'York, posted prices for crude oil from the new fields in
east Texas at the same level as fixed in the mid-Continent
effective Mar. 26.
The price changes of the month,
both in the case of crude oil and in the refined products, are

areas,

indicated in the following:

posted
from

prices

new

22c.

barrel

a

of

Oil

5.—Standard

Mar.

Indiana,

through

purchasing subsidiary,

its

for crude effective immediately, the reductions ranging
on the lower degrees of gravity to 50c. a barrel on the

The majority of ithe other large companies immediately
posted corresponding reductions.
'
'
Mar. 7.—Union Oil of California posted reductions of approximately 50c.

Hop

gravities.

a! barrel for crude oil purchased in the maiii producing centers

in California.

operators met the cut immediately.
90c. a barrel for Corning crude was posted in ithe

All other

10.—A price of

Mar.

Pennsylvania fields by all major companies, a cut of 25c. a barrel.
Mar. 10.-—Standard Oil of Louisiana posted crude oil price reductions

ranging from 22c. to 40c. a barrel in
meeting reductions posted in

all Louisiana and 'Arkansas fields,

the mid-Continent area by Standard Oil of
of from 22c. to 40c. a barrel for
This move brought prices into line with

10.—Humble posted reductions

Mar.

crude oil from all its

Texas fields.

mid-Continent range.
.

Mar. 11.—South Penn

crude,

a

Mar.

Oil Co. posted a price of 80c. a barrel for Corning

reduction of 10c. from the previous posting.
'
16.—'Union Oil of California' reduced crude oil prices in all fields

These reductions followed the

15c. to 80c. a barrel.

State from

in the

general slash of 50c. a barrel by the same company on Mar. 7.
Mar. 18.—General Petroleum Co., Pacific Coast subsidiary of Standard
of

Oil

York,. met

New

Oil

20.—Standard

Mar.

the reductions

posted by Union

of

California

for all

crude

10c. a barrel.

This

posted new prices

purchased from California fields, reductions averaging
cut was to meet the reductions posted by Union Oil.

27.—Magnolia Petroleum Co. this day posted prices for

Mar.

and Gregg

Rusk

from

in all

Oil Co.

fields.

California
"

crude oil

Counties, Texas; starting at 40c. a barrel for 26

lc. spread up to and

■degrees, with a

including 28 degrees, which was

From that point the differential was 2c., making 40 degrees
67c. a barrel.
Magnolia was the first major company
prices in the new fields.
30.—Effective this day, the Union Oil Co. of California posted

placed at 48c.

gravity and above
to post

Mar.

the principal fields in

ranging from 25c. to 35c. a barrel in
Competing producers met the cut.

reductions

California.

GASOLINE AND KEROSENE.
2.—Atlantic Refining

Mar.

announced

a

^c. a gallon cut in the tank

price of gasoline in New York Harbor.
New price, 7c. a gallon.
3.—Standard Oil of New Jersey announced a %c. a gallon cut in

car

Itxr.

the tank

car

the price at

price of gasoline in New York
7c.

4.—Crew

iMar.

Harbor,

This reduction placed

gallon and was to meet reductions by other refiners.
Leviek and Warner-Quinlan announced reductions of

a

%c.

respectively, in the New York Harbor tank car price.
Cut was to meet reductions posted by other refiners.
Mar. 5.—Standard Oil of New York announced a cut of V2c- a gallon in
and

the

%c,

York Harbor tank car

New

Mar.

tic.

gasoline price, placing ithe price at

Move was to meet cuts posted by other refiners.
10.—Warner-Quinlan advanced the tank ear price of bulk

gallon.

line

gallon,

a

gallon, posting at 7c. a gallon.

a

7c.

a

This move placed the company in

18.—Standard Oil of California reduced the service

station price of

California and the Bay region, establishing service station price at 10y2c. a gallon.
This was the company's latest
move in the current gasoline war raging on the Coast, and was promptly
gasoline lc. a gallon in Southern

met

by all competitors.
24.—^Standard Oil of New York posted a reduction of ^c. a

Mar.

tank

the

in

tank cars,

Mar.

car

New York.
the New York Harbor tank

with the cut posted
Mar.

26.—Shell

Seaboard tank
'

7c.

a

car

car

posted a %c. a gallon
price of gasoline, conforming

the day before by Standard Oil cf New

Eastern posted

a

York.

Atlantic
York Harbor
majority of other refiners.
gallon in its New England terminals,

lc. a gallon reduction in the

gasoline price, making new price in New

gallon, y2c. above the price posted by the

Cities Service

posted

a

cut of %c. a

meeting cut posted by competitors.
Mar. 30.—Effective Mar. 28, the Standard
.

gallon

gallon,

25.—Sinclair, Gulf, and Atlantic Refining

reduction in
.

gasoline, making the new price 6V£c. a

price of

Oil Go. of New Jersey

an-

bulk gasoline, making the
new price
6y>c. a gallon, New York Harbor.
This met the cuts made by
other refiners during ithe previous week.
Crew-Levick also .posted new
nounccd

a

cut of

%<?. a gallon in the price of

prices in line with the recent

reductions.

THE MARCH FINANCING

OF THE UNITED STATES

The

March

financing of the United

TREASURY.

States Government

exceptional magnitude and involved some unusual
problems, but was very skilfully managed, and proved a
great success.
The income taxes, payable the middle of the
month, were certain to yield ia greatly reduced amount of
revenue to the Government because of the intense prostration
was

of

of the

country's industries and general business

depression

during the calendar year 1930, on which the levy of the
income taxes is made.
The precise extent of the falling
off did not appear

until the end of March, when the

became available,

and then it was found the

exceeded

the worst

fears,

statistics

shrinkage had

the loss for the month as com¬

with March 1930 reaching $224,673,488, but from
the very first
it was known that the Treasury would
have to allow for a very heavy loss in that way.
In the

pared

second

place, Secretary of the Treasury Mellon had
a large draft upon Government cash to meet

allow for

to
the

under the soldier bonus legislation
enacted over the veto of President
Hoover and which authorized loans to the war veterans up
to 50% of the face value of the adjusted service certificates
held by these veterans.
As stated in our review for the
month'of February, careful calculations made by the Admin¬
istrator of Veterans' Affairs showed that about $1,000,payments called for
which Congress had




Mellon

Mr.

thought

it

roughly, $300,000,000 for the purpose, or,

the outlook

for the Treasury had become

disturbed

by the anxieties growing out of the soldier bonus legislation,
and before there was iany reason to apprehend any such

in Government revenues as now actually
called for payment on Mar. 15
1931, in advance of their maturity, $1,100,000,000 of Treasury
notes bearing 3%% interest, with the idea of refunding
them at a lower rate of interest and thereby reducing the
yearly cost of servicing the debt.
Thus the Secretary of the Treasury had to make pro¬
vision definitely for $1,400,000,000 of extra demands, namely,
great contraction

developed, Mr. Mellon had

$1,100,000,000 to take up the called Treasury notes, and
$300,000,000 to meet the immediate needs for soldier bonus
loans.
The situation might easily have become embar¬
rassing, even at a time of extreme ease in the money market,
but the Secretary of the Treasury proved equal to the occa¬
sion and managed so to divide up the total amount required
among three different classes of securities as to make an
unusually wide appeal to the investment world—in fact,
he made his appeal all-embracing.
Investors seeking shortterm obligations of near maturities, those seeking shortterm obligations of longer maturities, and also those seeking
long-term obligations, one and all were offered something
suitable to their needs.
In other words, Mr. Mellon offered
two series of certificates of indebtedness, one running for
six months for amount of $300,000,000, and another running
a full year for amount of $600,000,000, besides which he also
invited subscriptions for $500,000,000 Treasury bonds bear¬
ing 3%% interest.
In the six months issue of certificates
lie fixed the rate of interest at only iy2% per annum, the
lowest figure ever named in any offering of certificates,
and in the certificates running a full year he put the rate
of interest at 2% per annum.
The $500,000,000 Treasury
bond issue, bearing 3%% interest, was given a maturity
date of Mar. 15 1943, but redeemable at the option of the
United 'States on and after Mar. 15 1941.
This was a
combination of three distinct kinds of obligations which
could hardly have been improved upon, and it deserved the
instant success with which it met.
Subscriptions were
invited on Monday, Mar. 2, and such was the volume of
orders received that the next day notice came that subscrip¬
tion books would be closed at the close of business on that
Tenders were received for each of
obligations far in excess of the respective

day, Tuesday, Mar. 3.
the three classes of

3%% Treasury bonds
$2,111,871,300, of which $1,369.148,200 were cash subscriptions, none of which were ac¬
cepted, and $742,723,100 were exchange subscriptions, the
Treasury having in its offering agreed to give preferred
allotment to subscriptions in payment for which 3%% Treas¬
ury notes called for payment were tendered.
The same
privilege of preferred allotment was also extended to the
12 months' series of certificates, but not to the six months'
series of certificates.
The allotments on the 3%% Treasury
bonds (all being exchange subscriptions, as already stated)
aggregated $594,193,650, which, it will be observed, was
$94,193,650 in excess of the original offering of $500,000,000.
For the $600,000,000 2% one-year certificates of indebted¬
ness the subscriptions aggregated $1,223,084,500, of
which
$72,482,500 were exchange subscriptions and were allotted
in full, and the rest were cash subscriptions, of which $551.409,000 were allotted, making the total of the allotment on
this series of certificates $623,891,500.
For the $300,000,000
1 %% six months' certificates the subscriptions were $400,648,500, all of which were cash subscriptions, and the
amount allotted $300,176,000.
Altogether, the subscriptions

amounts offered.

gasoline

with other refiners.

Mar.

sufficient to provide,
in exact figures,
$291,000,000.
In addition to all this, there was another
imperious demand in the fact that six months previously,
However,

before

v/go

CRUDE OIL.

,

000,000 would be required in the near future to satisfy the
demand for loans by the veterans for the immediate present.

the

For the $500,000,000

subscriptions aggregated

for the three classes

than

of obligations

offered reached no less

$3,735,604,300, showing that the combined

offering of

subscribed for over 2y> times, and the
allotments aggregated $1,518,261,500.
It should be stated
that the two series of certificates were exempt from the

$1,400,000,000

was

exempt, the
endeavor to get
(Congress to authorize surtax exemption, as narrated further
below.
With reference to the extremely low rate of 1%%
carried by the six months' issue of certificates, the lowest
figure, as already stated, ever named in tany offering of
certificates, the treasury had paved the way for lowering
of the rate (the rate on the six months' certificates offered
the previous December was 1%%, and the rate on the cer¬
tificates then offered running for a year was 1%%) by
reducing, on Feb. 16, the rate of interest that the depositary
banks would have to pay on Government deposits from
1%% per annum to only 1% per annum. This was after a
reduction the previous December in this rate from 2% to
1%%, as explained at length in our remarks on the subject
surtaxes, but the Treasury bonds were not so

Treasury Department having failed in its

for the month of February.

The midmonth

mented

later

in

-:\rH,v.y.v-

financing of the Treasury had to be supple¬
the

month

by additional

financing.

This

later

financing took the form of the offering of Treasury

bills,

bearing

no

interest, but sold on a discount basis to

9

MONTHLY REVIEW
the

On Mar. 25 notice was given by the

highest bidder.

$100,000,000, "or
thereabouts", of new 90-day Treasury bills in two series of
$50,000,000 each. While no specific statement to t)hat effect
was contained tas to the purpose of this new financing in
Mr. Mellon's announcement regarding the new issue it was
understood that it was designed to meet the demands inci¬
Secretary of the Treasury of the offering of

dent

bonus

soldier

the

to

loans

to

In

the war veterans.

would be 90day bills, and that tenders would be received up to 2 o'clock
p. in. Eastern Standard time on Mar. 30 1931.
The bills
were in two series, as already stated, $50,000,000, "or there¬
abouts", to be dated April 2 1931, and maturing on
•Tuly 1 1931, and $50,000,000. "or thereabouts", to be dated
April 3 1931, and maturing on July 2 1931.
Bidders were
not required or permitted to bid for a particular series, but
the Treasury, it was stated, would apportion each accepted
bid equally between the two series insofar as the minimum
denomination of $1,000 would permit.
Payment was re¬
quired on April 2 1931 for the bills allotted bearing that
date of issue, and on April 3 1931 for bills allotted bearing
the latter date.
The total applied for was $343,857,000,
inviting tenders Mr. Mellon stated that they

and

of this amount $100,855,000

out

were

allotted at an

price of 99.634, this being at an annual rate on a

average

bank discount basis of about 1.46% per annum.

on

The highest

99.695, equivalent to an interest rate of 1.22%
annual basis.
The lowest bid accepted was 99.621,

bid made
an

was

equivalent to an interest rate of about 1.52% on an annual
basis.
The average rate of 1.46% realized on this sale of

with an average of 1.21% per annum at
$154,218,000 of 91-day bills dated Feb.. 16 1931
and maturing on May 18 1931, and with the exceptionally
low average rate to the Government of only 0.95%
per
annum at the sale of $60,000,000 90-day bills on Jan. 30.
While on the subject of Government financing it deserves
to be noted that Congress, before its adjournment on Mar. 4,
granted authority to the Treasury Department for the issu¬
ance of additional amounts of Government long-term bonds

bills

compares

the sale of

out the refunding operations contemplated

in order to carry

during tJhe next few years, but without granting the full
tax exemption to the new issues of bonds requested by the
Treasury Department.

On Mar. 3 President Hoover signed

bill amending the

4H% ref. & impt. mtge. gold bonds, series "A" at 100
by the New York Central RR.
Another offering of
importance was the $50,000,000 issue of the Pennsylvania
RR. consisting of 4J4% gen. mtge. series "D" gold bonds
at 9634 and int., to yield over 4.42%.
The month's financ¬
ing, classified as to nature of business and size of issue, is
shown below, the table including only issues of $5,000,000
°f

and int.

and above:
RAILROAD

^

■

borrowing limit of the Treasury from $20,000,-

increase the
000.000 to

As enacted into law, the bill is

$28,000,000,000.

Shorn of the section which would have made the additional
bonds

This provision, recommended

exempt from surtaxes.

Secretary Mellon in his annual report, was carried in

by

bill passed by

the

the House on Feb. 20.

The tax-exempt

provision of the House bill was eliminated by the Senate
Finance Committee, so that the bill as reported to the Senate
the Committee read:

from

enacted, &c., That Section 1 of the Second Liberty Bond Act, as

it

Be

amended

(Public, Numbered 43,

120, and 192, Sixty-fifth Congress,'Sept.

1917, April 4 1918, and July 9 1918, respectively), is hereby amended

24

by' striking out the figures "$20,000,000,000" and inserting in lieu thereof
the

figures "$28,000,000,000."

In this form the bill was

and the House
of

on

which

was

thus

in

Senate

the

passed by the Senate on Mar. 2.
the same date concurred in the action

amending the bill.

The provision

the hill as it came from the House on

cut from

PUBLIC

Sec.

That

2.

12,500,000 Southern California Gas Co.—1st mtge. & ref. gold bonds,
4%% series at 95% and int., to yield 4.77% and due Mar. 1
1961.
By Tucker Hunter Dulin & Co.: Chase Securities
Corp.; Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.; Dean Witter & Co.;
Blyth & Co., Inc.; American Securities Co.; Pierce, Fair & Co.
and E. H. Rollins & Sons, Inc. '
8,000,000 Alabama Power Co.—Add'l issue of 1st & ref. mtge. 4%%
gold bonds at 98% and int., to yield over 4.58% and due
Dec. 1 1967.
By Drexel & Co., Bonbright & Co., Inc. and
Harris, Forbes & Co.

8,000,000 Pacific Public Service Co.—5-yr. 5% gold notes at 99 and
int., to yield 5.23% and due Mar. 1 1936.
By Guaranty Co.
of New York, Anglo-London-Paris Co. and Dean Witter & Co.
6,500,000 Washington (D. C.) & Suburban Cos.—5%% coll. trust
gold bonds at 97 and int., to yield over 5.90% and due Mar.
1 1941.
By Harris, Forbes & Co., H. M. Byllesby & Co.,
:
Inc., Chase Securities Corp., Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., and
E. H. Rollins & Sons, Inc.

1

of the Second Liberty Bend Act,

as

amended

Sixty-fifth Congress, Sept. 24 1917), is hereby
the following sentence:
"Bonds authorized

43,

thereto

adding

by

certificates authorized by Section 0, of this Act, as
amended, hereafter issued shall be exempt from graduated additional
income taxes', commonly known as surtaxes, and excess-profits and war1

and

taxes,

now

Section

profits
income

tions,

hereafter imposed by the United States, upon the
of individuals, partnerships, associations, or corpora¬
or

profits

or

if

when

and

the

Secretary of

the Treasury shall

so

prescribe in

connection with the issue thereof."

25,000,000 Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co.—Add! issue of 1st mtge.,
series B, s. f. g. bonds at 101 and int., to yield 4.94% and due
Apr. 1 1970.
By Bankers Co. of New York; Guaranty Co. of
New York; the Union Trust Co. of Pittsburgh; the National
City Co.; Cleveland Trust Co.; Union Cleveland Corp.;
Continental Illinois Co., Inc. and Guardian Trust Co.,
Cleveland.

9,690,000 General American Transportation System.—4%% equip.
trust ctfs., series A, due Mar. 1 1932 to Mar. 1 1946, both
incl., at prices to yield from 3.75% to 4.85%, according to
maturity.
By Kuhn, Loeb & Co.
7,000,000 Beneficial Industrial Loan Corp.—15-yr. 6% conv. debs.
at 98% and int., to yield 6.15% and due Mar. 1 1946.
By a
syndicate composed of Dillon, Read & Co., Blyth & Co., Inc.,
H. M. Byllesby & Co., Inc., Bodell & Co. and Mackubin,
Goodrich & Co.

5,000,000 General Refractories Co.—2-yr. 5% gold notes at 99% and
int., to yield 5.40% and due Mar. 1 1933.
By Stone &
Webster and Blodget, Inc.; White Weld & Co.; the First
National Old Colony Corp. and Graham, Parsons & Co.

5,000,000 Interlake Iron Corporation.—1st mtge. 5% series B gold
bonds at 97 and accrued int., yielding about 5.25% and due
May 1 1951.
By Lee Higginson & Co., Continental Illinois
Co., Inc.; Union Cleveland Corp.; First Union Trust & Savings
Bank, Chicago, and the Midland Corporation of Ohio.
5,000,000 Vanadium Corp. of America.—10-yr. 5% conv. s. f. g. debs.
at 97% and int., to yield over 5.30% and due Apr. 1 1941.
By Lee, Higginson & Co.

5,000,000 Warren Brothers Co.—6% conv. s. f. debs., at 99 and int.,
due
Mar.
1
1941.
By Bancamerica-Blair
Corp., Paine,
Webber & Co., Hornblower & Weeks and Hayden, Stone & Co.

Regarding the action of the Senate Committee we quote
following from Washington, Mar. 1, to the New York

66,000,000 Port of New York Authority, N. Y., 4%% bonds, due
serially from 1933 to 1960, incl., optional at 105 and int., on
or after Mar. 1 1941, awarded to a syndicate managed by the
National City Co., of New York, at 98.75, a basis of about
4.35%.
Public offering at prices to yield from 3.50 to 4.22%,
according to maturity.

13,486,000 Los Angeles,

to

Senator

the
La

to

issue
well

decision

as

was

in

chance to obtain

Congress a hill which •would permit the
long-term bond offerings that would be exempt from
the normal tax has been abandoned.

get

Smoot,

Follette

bonds, consisting of $12,000,000 4s,

headed by R. H. Moulton & Co., of San Francisco, at
100.075, a net int. cost to the city of 4.04%.
Re-offered at
prices to yield from 2.50 to 4.10%.
group

effort

Treasury

Calif.,

$1,000,000 4%s, both due from 1932 to 1971 incl., and
$486,000 4%s, due from 1931 to 1965 incl.
Awarded to a

and

"Times":

surtaxes as

FINANCING.

100,000,000 New York, N. Y., 4% % gold corporate stock and serial bonds,
comprising $60,000,000 of stock, due in 1981, and $40,000,000
of bonds, due serially in from 1 to 40 years, awarded to a group
composed of Kuhn, Loeb & Co.: Dillon, Read & Co., and the
International Co., Inc., at 101.977, a basis of about 4.134%.
Re-offered at prices to yield from 2.25 to 4.08%, according to
maturity.

the

The

MISCELLANEOUS FINANCING.

INDUSTRIAL AND

MUNICIPAL

Section

Numbered

(Public
amended

UTILITY FINANCING.

$26,000,000 Public Service Electric & Gas Co.—1st & ref. mtge. 4%
series gold bonds at 99% and int., to yield 4.33% and due
Apr. 1 1971.
By Drexel & Co. and Bonbright & Co., Inc.

20 follows:

Feb.
'

by

& Co.

13,943,000 Boston & Maine RR.—Add'l issue of 1st mtge. 4%% gold
bonds, series J J,, at 99 % and int., to yield about 4.80% and
due Apr. 1 1961.
By Lee, Higginson & Co., Kidder Peabody
& Co., Harris, Forbes & Co., and the First National Old
Colony Corp.
•

Second Liberty Bond Act, so as to

the

FINANCING.

$75,000,000 New York Central RR.—Add'l issue of 4%% ref. & impt.
mtge. gold bonds, series A at 100 and int., due Oct. 12013.
By
J. P. Morgan & Co., First National Bank, Guaranty Co. of
New York, Chase Securities Corp., Kidder, Peabody & Co.,
The National City Co., Bankers Co. of New York, Harris,
Forbes & Co., and Lee, Higginson & Co.
The issue was over¬
subscribed the day of offering.
50,000,000 Pennsylvania RR.—Gen. mtge. 4%% gold bonds, series D,
at 96% and int., to yield over 4.42%, due Apr. 1 1981.
By
Kuhn, Loeb & Co.
The issue was oversubscribed the day of
offering.
50,000,000 Southern Pacific Co.—50-yr. 4%% gold bonds at 96% and
int., to yield 4.67% and due May 1 1981.
By Kuhn, Loeb

through

Chairman of the Finance Committee, said to-night that
made because of

the

Committee,

the opposition

of Senators Couzens and

which made it evident that there

was

no

9,557,000 North Carolina (State of) bonds, comprising $8,307,000 4s,
due from 1942 to 1968 incl., and $1,250,000 4%s, due from
1934 to 1954 incl., awarded to a syndicate managed by the
First National Bank, of New York, at 100.031, an int. cost
basis of about 4.02%.
Re-offered at prices to yield from 3.50
to 3.97%, according to maturity.

8,292,100 Essex County, N. J., 4%%

favorable action at this session.

bonds, comprising two issues,

due from 1932 to 1969, incl., purchased

NEW

SECURITY ISSUES AND DIVIDENDS IN MARCH.

Foreign financing in the domestic market in March was of
small volume and consisted of the
FOREIGN

following:

FINANCING.

1971 and $2,500,000 in 1951, awarded to

a

group

headed by the Chase Securities Corp., of New York, at 99.207,
a basis of about 4.55%.
Re-offered at a price of par.
«

8,500,000 Gatineau Power Co.—Add'l issue of 1st mtge. 5% gold
bonds at 92% and int., to yield about 5.55% and due June 1
1956.
By Chase Securities Corp., Bankers Co. of New York,
Harris, Forbes & Co., Lee Iligginson & Co., BancamericaBlair Corp., Ilalsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., the First National
Old Colony Corp. and Otis & Co.

Offerings of domestic securities embracing all classes of
financing displayed a very noticeable improvement in March

compared with the previous month.
Aside from the issue
of $100,000,000 New York City 434% corp. stk. and serial
bonds, a feature of the month was the $75,000,000 offering
as




a group

managed

according to maturity.

8,145,000 Chicago, 111., 4s, consisting of four issues, due from 1932 to
1947, incl., awarded to a group managed by Halsey, Stuart &
Co., of New York, at 96.551, a basis of about 4.55%.
Reoffered priced to yield from 4.10 to 4.30%, according to due
date.

$11,070,000 Montreal, Que., 4%% s- f- S- bonds, of which $8,570,000
mature in

by

by Lehman Bros., of New York, at 103.43, a basis of about
3.96%.
Re-offered at prices to yield from 2.50 to 3.90%,

5,000,000 Louisiana (State of) 4%s, due from 1933 to 1952, incl., pur¬
chased by a group headed by the Bankers Company of New
York, at 100.051, a basis of about 4.24%.
Re-offered priced
to yield from 3.50 to 4.20% for the bonds due from 1933 to
1941, incl., and 100.25 for the maturities from 1942 to 1952,incl.
5,000,000 West Virginia (State of) bonds, comprising $3,579,000 3%s,
due from 1942 to 1956, incl., and $1,421,000 4%s, due from
1932 to 1942, incl., awarded to a group managed by the Chase
Securities Corp., of New York, at 100.012, a net int. cost to
the State of 3.836%.
The 4% % bonds were re-offered priced
to

yield from 2.25 to 3.80%, while the

99.75 and int.

3%s were priced at
' >

Changes in dividend declarations in March were again
numerous and again included many of an unfavorable nature.
The

following

table,

divided into two sections, namely,

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"Favorable
the

FAVORABLE

of

a

div. of $1.50

quar.

a

share.

cumul.

City Machine & Tool Co.—Quar. div.
sh. to 20c.

DIVIDENDS.

Alabama Fuel & Iron Co.—Resume divs.
.

on

/

common

\

,

Ball Crank Co.—Quar. div. of 56Hc. a sh. on the $2.25
partic. & conv. pref. stock omitted.

Cincinnati

Changes" and "Unfavorable Changes," gives
important of the changes:

more

stock

by payment

1st

Co.—Quar. div. of $1.75

Cleveland Cliffs

American Canadian Utilities

Cliffs Corp.—Quar. div. on common stock

'

Associated Telephone
the

Corp.—Initial div. of 15c.

stock.

common

share

a

-

the

on

a

rv

■

& Telegraph Co.—Extra div. of 50c

share

a

from

1H%

on

Co.—Quar. div.

"

sh.

a

Industries,

Inc.—Quar. div. of 50c.

Ltd.—Quar. div. of 43Hc.

Zi'r

sh.

a

on

the

sh. on the $1.75

a

cumul. pref. stock omitted.

capital stock.

Steel

Co.

of America.—Quar.

Finance Co. of America (Balto.)—Extra div. of 1% in class A common
stock on both tlxe class A and B common stock.

•

■

stock omitted.

Consolidated Steel Corp.,

the

on

Film

Consolidated

on common increased

div. of 25c.

reduced from 65c. a sh. to 25c.

sh.

common

quar.

div. on common stock reduced from

stock omitted.

sh. to 1 %% a sh.

a

City Union Corp., Buffalo, N. Y.—Initial

Iron Co.—Quar.

sh. to 25c. a sh.

a

Commercial Bookbinding Co.—Quar. div. of 43 He. a sh. on the common

partic. class A stock.

Central & South West Utilities

a

sh. on the

a

pref. stock omitted.

,

Allied Business Corporation Shares, Inc.—Initial distribution of 65c.
a sh. on the ABC Trust Shares, series D.
;./x

$1

reduced from 40c.

on common

sh.

a

Automatic Machine

Cleveland

Crucible

Ford Motor Co. of France.—Div. of 12 H% as against 10%
paid a year
agov
General Baking Co.—Initial quar. div. of 50c. a sh. on the new common

Crystal Tissue Co.—Quar. dir.

stock omitted.

div. of 1H%

the common

on

-

,

,

a

sh. to 25c.

a

stock reduced from 37JHC.

on common

sh.

.

■

stock of no.,par.: value.■■

Cunard

Gray Telephone Pay Station Co.—Extra div. of 25c.

sh.

a

the

on

Guilford Realty Co.—Quar. div. on
sh. to 35c.

a

sh.

increased from 30c.

sh.

a

*

sh. compared with 10c.

a

increased from 25c.

sh. to 35c.

a

Hygrade Lamp Co.—Quar. div.

a

sh.

on common stock increased from 25c. a

sh. to 40c. a sh.

sh.

a

the

on

stock.

common

(S. H.) Kress & Co.—Stock div. on common stock, payable in 6% sDecial
pref. stock at the rate of 50c.'for each common share.
(R. H.) Macy & Co., Inc.—Quar. div.
50c.

sh. to 75c.

a

a

on common stock

Pacific Mutual Life
sh.

Insurance

Co., Los Angeles.—Quar. div. of 60c.

the cap. stock as against a reg. quar.

on

extra div. of

Packer

10c.

Corp., Cleveland.—Resume divs.

37He.

div. of 50c.

a

sh. and

an

sh. paid previously.

a

capital stock by payment of

on

Philadelphia Co.—Extra div. of 15c.
Schumacher Wall Board

a

sh.

Corp.—Initial

the

on

Securities Trust of America.—Initial quar. div.
trust shares.
\

Standard Safe Deposit

a

sh.

on

the

a

sh.

on

the

Petroleum

Corp.,

Ltd.—Quar.

ordinary stock increased from 20c.

a

divs.

sh. to 25c.

sh. to $2.50

a

the

on

common

and

United States Tobacco Co.—Quar. div. on common stock increased from

$ 1

sh. to $1.10

a

a

sh.

Electric Appliance

Corp.—Quar. div.

of

15c.

/"

Alpha Portland Cement Co.—Quar. div.
sh. to 25c.

a

American

a

sh.

a

on

the

/■

capital stock reduced from

on

sh.

Credit-Indemnity

Co.—Quar.

div.

Insuranstocks

American International

$1 in cash and 2%

Corp.—Quar.

div.

the

on

6%

cumul. pref.

Corp.—Semi-annual divs.

Ferro Enamel

a

sh.

on

the cumul.

.

Co.—Quar. div. of l%%

on

Firstbroolc Boxes,
Fort Worth Belt

Copper Mining Co.—Quar. div.

on

common

par

On Mar. 26 1930

omitted.

Arrow-Hart &

div. of 22H % "was paid as against 12 H %

Hegeman Electric Co.—Quar. div.

from 75c. a sh. to 50c.

Associated

a

Life

reduced

common

sh.

a

Apparel Industries,

cash and 1% in stock
previously paid.

on

on

the

Inc.—Quar. div. of 33 l-3c.
stock compared with

common

sh. in

a

$1

a

Baltimore & Ohio
a

Co., Richmond, Va.—Quar. div.

on

RR.—Quar. div.

$1.75

on common reduced from

on

the 7%

Indianapolis.—Quar. div.

a

cumul.

1st

on common

stock

Traveler

sh. to 20c.

a

Boston Sand & Gravel
a

on

a

reduced from 50c.

Co.—Quar. diy.

on common

reduced from 40c.

a

sh. to 35c.

a

the class A common stock

on

sh.
on

the 7% cumul. red. pref.

,v;
Casualty Co., Detroit.—Quar. div. of 50c.

a

share on the

sh. to 12Hc. a

Chapman Valve Mfg. Co.—Extra div. of $1

a

sh.

on

the common stock

omitted.

Mfg. Corp.—Monthly div. of 15c.

stock

the

on

common

sh.

a

sh.

,

Steamship Co., Inc. (Del.).—Quar. div.

on common

a

sh. to 25c.

a

on

on

stock

the 6%

the capital stock

sh.

$3 pref. stock omitted.
on

the 6% cumul. pref.
on

the 8% pref.

stock omitted.

Hawley Pulp & Paper Co.—Quar. div. of $1.75 a sh. on the $7 cumul.
1st pref. stock omitted.

Holophane
from 50c.

Co.,
a

Inc.—Semi-annual

sh. to 40c.

a

div.

on

stock

common

decreased

sh.

Hooker Electrochemical Co.—Quar. div. of $1.50 a sh. on the common
stock omitted.
Hoover Steel Ball
sh. to 15c.

sh.

to

a

Co.—Quar. div.

on

sh.

12Hc.

a

capital stock reduced from 30c.

a

*

on common

decreased from 25c.

a

sh.

ash.

cumul. class A conv. pref.

stock and-2% in stock

a

sh.

on

omitted.

the no par
'

Philadelphia Ry.—Quar. div.

on

the

common

stock reduced

from $1.12H a sh. to 62Hc. a sh.

Chicago Great Western RR.—Quar. div.

on

the 4% cum. red. pref. stock

reduced from $1 a sh. to 50c. a sh.

Chicago Railway Equipment Co.—Quar. div. of 1% on the common
stock omitted.
;,
■,
:
'V •
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry.—Quar. div. on common stock
reduced from $1.75 a sh. to $1.25 a sh.




a sh. on the $1
the class B stock

on

omitted.

Hydro-Electric

Securities

reduced from 50c.

a

Corp.—Quar.

sh. to 35c.

a

div.

the

on

common

stock

sh.

Indiana Pipe Line Co.—Quar. div. reduced from 50c.
a

sh.

a

on

sh. to 25c.

a

sh.

the class A stock

omitted.

a

Steamship Co.—Quar. div.

sh. to 50c.

a

on common

sh.

stock reduced from $1

,

(

International Carriers, Ltd.—Div. of 12Hc.
compared with 25c. a sh. paid previously.
from 75c.

a

sh. to 50c.

a

on

a

sh.

on

the capital stock

the capital stock reduced

sh.

Investment Bond & Share Corp.—Quar. div. of 1H% on the 6% cumul.
pref. stock omitted.
Investment Corp. of Phila.—Quar. div. on capital stock reduced from
$1 a sh. to 50c. a sh.
I;
Jenkins Brothers (N. J.).—Quar. div. on common stock reduced from
50c. a sh. to 37Hc. a sh.
.

Kansas

stock omitted.

(H.) Channon Co., Chicago.—Divs. on the 1st pref. and 2nd pref. stocks
of $1.75 and $2 a sh., respectively, omitted.

common

on

stock omitted.

reduced from

shares omitted.

Cab

sh.

reduced from 25c.

on common

International Text Book Co.---Quar. div.
on common

sh.

Paper Co.—Quar. div. of \%%

Chester &

Varnish Corp.—Quar. div.

reduced from 50c.

stock reduced

common

sh.

Cambridge Investment Corp.—Quar. div.

Checker

a

stock omitted.

Hambleton Corp.—Semi-annual div. of $1.50 a sh. on the partic. cumul.

the 7% cumul. conv.

sh.

sh. to 25c.

common

•"V;.v\

common

Interlake

Corp.—Quar. div.

Brompton Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.—Quar. div.

Central West

sh.

stock omitted.

common

IntercontinentlB Power Co.—Quar. div. of 50c.
on

pref. stock omitted.

Canada

a

the 7% class A pref. stock

(Mass.) Tap & Die Corp.-—Quar. divs. of 1H%
cumul. pref. and 2% on the 8% cumul. pref. stock omitted.

sh.

reduced from $1 a sh. to 75c. a sh.

(T. E.) Bissell Co., Ltd.—Quar. div. of 1M%

a

on

Howell (Mich.) Electric Motors Co.—Quar. divs. of 25c.

Belt RR. & Stock Yards of

sh. to 30c.

stock

,

Co.—Quar. div. of 1 %%

Greenfield

pref. stock omitted.

a

f. red.

Howe Sound Co.—Quar. div. on common reduced from $1 a sh. to 75c.

Bearings Co. of America.—Quar. div. of \%%

from 40c.

s.

common

reduced from $1.25 a sh. to $1 a sh.

capital

sh.

Herald

the

on

,

Grand Rapids

Bancomit Corp., N. Y.—Quar. divs. on the common and class A stocks
reduced from 40c. a sh. to 25c. a sh.

50c.

sh.

a

Goulds Pumps, Inc.—Quar. div. on common stock reduced from $2
to $1 a sh.

sh.

stock reduced from $3 a sh. to $2 a sh.

a

% on the 7% cumul.

Ry.—Semi-annual div. of $3

Horder's, Inc., Chicago.—Quar. div.

Insurance

compared

as

•«"

Ltd.—Quar. div. of

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio.—Quar. div.
stock reduced from $1.25 a sh. to 75c. a sh.

1929.

21

Mar.

red.

the class A cumul. partic.

on

Hatfield-Campbell Creek Coal Co.—Quar. div. of 2%

Copper Mining Co.—Quar. div. of 25c. a sh. on the capital stock
,.-;:vC'v
' V'^.'^;V'vV:rvv:
Anglo-American Corp. of So. Africa, Ltd.—Div. on ordinary shares

Boston

sh.

Glen Alden Coal Co.—Quar. div. reduced from $2 a sh. to $1 a sh.

stock reduced

omitted.

$1.25

a

stock of 18 lire per sh.

General American Tank Car Corp.—Quar. stock div. of 1% on the no

Andes

to

on common

Freeport Texas Co.—Quar. div. on common stock reduced from $1
General Alloys
omitted.

the 7% cumul. pref. stock

from 62Hc. a sh. to 37Hc. a sh.

Atlantic

Corp.—Quar. div. of $1

Italy).—Div.

Harrisburg (Pa.) Rys.—Semi-annual div. of 2%

Anaconda

sh.

a

the common stock

on

(Rudolph) Guenther-Russell Law, Inc.—Quar. div.

Corp.—Quar. div. of 17Mc.

omitted.

on

sh. to $1

a

stock omitted.

stock of

on common

in stock omitted.

2nd pref. stock omitted.

American Service

the 7% cumul. pref. stock omitted.

on

Federal Screw Works.—Quar. div. on common stock of 25c. a sh. omitted.

Great Lakes

stock reduced from 22Hc. a sh. to 10c. a sh.,

American Natural Gas

sh.

a

Corp.—Quar. div.

omitted.

stock

common

reduced from $1 a sh. to 75c. a sh.
American

reduced from $1.25

on common

Federal Mogul Corp.—Quar. div. of 30c. a sh.

a

the

on

a sh. to

*

.

Supply Co.—Quar. div.

Alpaca Co.—Quar. div. reduced from $2

class A

stock omitted.

common

$1

sh. to

Farr

DIVIDENDS.

Alles & Fisher, Inc.—Quar. div. on the common stock reduced from 50c.
a sh. to 25c. a sh.
j

50c.

a

Stores, Inc.—Quar. div. reduced from 18Hc.

sh.

a

General Water Works & Electric Corp.—Quar. div. of 50c.

UNFAVORABLE

Air-Way

12He.

Edwards Dental

to 75c. ash.

sh.

a

pref. stock

6%

omitted.

Co.—Quar. div. increased from $2

Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada.—Extra div. of $25 a share.

Supertest

the

pref. stock omitted.

of 12Hc.

sh.

a

on

Co.—Quar. div. of 1■%%'

7 with 25 lire paid in 1929.

div. of 25c.

quar.

sh. to

a

sh. on the 7% cumul.

omitted.

Edison Brothers

Fiat (Turin,

stock.

common

stock.

common

sh.

sh.

Eagle Picher Lead

share.

a

a

Eskimo Pie
increased from

on common

sh. to 7Mc. a sh.

a

a

sh. on the common

a

reduced from $2

on common

a

increased from

sh.

Metropolitan Gas & Electric Co.—Quar. div.

sh. to 15c.

a

>

Shepard Co.—Quar. div.

(W. L.) Douglas Shoe Co.—Quar. div. of $1.75
pref. stock omitted.
:

(Mead) Johnson & Co.—Extra div. of 50c.

a

stock omitted.

Dole'se &

$1
the class A and B stock

on

Co.—Quar. div. reduced from 20c.

Dictograph Products Co., Inc.—Quar. div. of 25c.

paid in the previous quarter.

Hunt's, Ltd., Toronto, Ont.—Quar. div.

5c.

Detroit Motor Bus

sh. in addition to

Devonian Oil Co.—Quar. div, of 15c. a sh. on the common stock omitted.

common stock

Habirshaw Cable & Wire Corp.—Div. of 25c.
a

a

American shares omitted.

on

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RR.—Quar. div. on capital stock
reduced from 3% to 2%.

common

stock.

Group Number One Oil Corp.—Extra div. of $100
the reg. quar. div. of $100 a sh.

ordinary shares omitted.

on

Ltd.—Div.

Deep Rock Oil Corp.—Quar. div. of $1.75 a sh. on the $7 cumul. conv.
pref. stock omitted.

capital stock increased from

on

(Steamship) Co.—rDiv.

Debenham Securities,

vr'v':;>v.^^AV

Georgia RR. & Banking Co.—Quar. div.
3% to 4%.

City Structural Steel Co.—-Quar. divs. of $2

a

sh.

on

cumul. pref. stock and $2 a sh. on the common stock omitted.

Kaufmann
from

Department Stores, Inc.—Quar. div.
37Hc. a sh. to 25c. a sh.

Lawrence Cotton Mills.—Semi-annual div.
from $3 a sh. to $2 a sh.
'

on

on

common

the 8%
/

reduced

the capital stock reduced

;.7.

Leader Mercantile Corp.—Annual div. of $1 a sh. omitted.

Lehigh Valley RR.—Quar. div. on common reduced from 87Hc.
to 62Hc. a sh.
•
.'

a

sh.

(Fred T.) Ley & Co., Inc.—Quar. div.
75c. a sh. to 37Hc. a sh.

on common stock reduced from

Liquid Carbonic Corp.—Quar. div.

common reduced from

to

75c.

a

on

$1

a

sh.

sh.

Louisville (Ky.) Ry.—Semi-annual div. of
2H% on the 5% cumul. pref..
stock omitted.

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Signode Steel Strapping Co.—Quar. div. of 1234c. a

Co.—Quar. div. of 50c. a sh. on the common and 134 %
pref. stock omitted.
MacAndrews & Forbes Co.—Quar. div. on common stock reduced from
65c. a sh. to 60c. a sh.
^
Ludlow Typograph

McGraw Electric Co.—Quar. div.

previously.

div. on

Mack Trucks, Inc.—Quar.
a sh. to 75c. a sh.-

-.

:.-W'1

stock reduced from

Magma Copper Co.—Quar. div. on capital

Jan.

2 an

extra

Medusa Portland Cement Co.—Quar. div. on common

reduced from $1.50

sh. to 75c. a sh.

a

Industrial Bankers, Inc., Baltimore.—Quar.
$1234c. a sh.

Metropolitan
common

VjK,:
■
■:
1, ' A'-::' 1
:V v.'-v:■;: 7-7:^7-7
Mississippi Glass Co.—©uar. div. of 25c. a sh. on the capital stock
'

omitted.

Monsanto Chemical Works,
the common stock omitted.

•

in stock on

,

,

L'lndustria Minerari

"Montecatini" Societa Generale per

'

•

Inc.—Reg. quar. div. of 134%

ed Agricola

(Italy);—Annual div. of 15% for the year 1930 against 18% in the
:
1
1
/'•''7;^ ^
Moores-Coney Corp.—Quar. div. on the class A common stock reduced
from 5634c. a sh. to 25c. a sh.
,
Mountain & Gulf Oil Co.—Quar. div. on common reduced from 134c.
previous year.'

Square D Company.—Quar. div. of 50c. a shJ on the
Standard

a

Investment Trust.—'Quar.

Mutual

Standard Screw Co.—Quar. div. on the common
a sh. to $1.50 a sh.
•;
;''V'
,

$2 previously

National Fireproofing Corp.—Quar.
stock omitted.

omitted.

1st

the $3

25c.

reduced from

of 40c. a sh. on the common

Oil Co.—Quar. div. on common

stock omitted.

reduced from 10c. a sh.

decreased from

reduced from 5% to 234%•

on common

Taggart Corp.—Quar. div. of 25c.
a

a

stock reduced from |
v'•
the common stock

Clock Co.—Quar. div. of 25c. a sh. on

60c.

to 30c.

sh.

a

a

New York Air Brake Co.—Quar.

div. on capital stock

reduced from 60c.

sh. to 40c. a sh.

New York Transit Co.—Quar. div. on

capital stock reduced from 2%

capital stock reduced from 40c. a

to-10c. a sh,v\.:.'';;;

Co.-—Quar. divs. on the class A and B stock reduced
from 4334c. a sh. to 25c. a sh.
>
Niles-Bement-Pond Co.—Reg. extra div. of 25c. a sh. on the common
Nichols Copper

reduced from

sh.

div.

on

the $2 cumul. pref. stock

omitted.

stock omitted.
the 6% cumul. pref.

United Carbon Co.—Quar. div. of 25c. a sh. on the common

Fuel

Ltd.—Quar. div.
sh. to $1 a sh.

Investments,
$1.50

reduced from

stock

:

on

a

omitted.

134% on the 7% pref. stock
-

.

-77

pref. stock omitted.
sh. to 6234c.

a

a

of $1.75 a sh. on the
' ' '
.' ■/-:•' '

sh.

the 7% cumul. pref. and
:1
j
•

Utah Gas & Coke Co.—Quar. div. of 134% on

the

on

stocks omitted.

pref.

cumul.

7%

partic.

.

Holland Dutch Bakers, Inc.—Quar. div. of

Van de Kamps

common

3734c. a

stock omitted.

Co.—Quar. div. of 1234c. a sh. on the common stock omitted.
the class B stock reduced from 30c.

Vlchek Tool

Waitt & Bond, Inc.—Quar. div. on
a sh. to 20c. a sh.

-

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.—Quar. div. on common and 7%
cumul. and partic. pref. stock reduced from $1.25 a sh. to $1 a sh.
White Motor Co.—Quar. div. on common
to 25c.
a
sh.

stock reduced from 50c. a sh.

Youngstown (Ohio) Sheet & Tube Co.—Quar. div. on the no par com¬
mon stock reduced from $1.25 a sh. to $1 a sh.

stock omitted.
North

American

Car Corp.—Quar. div. oh common

sh. omitted.

stock of 8234c. a

'

Corp.—Usual extra dir. on common stock of 25c. a sh,
7.:;.'-;'7;77,/;;77r- 77^7777^77777,
div. on the capital stock

Novadel Agene
omitted.

Occidental Petroleum Corp. (Calif.).—Quar.
reduced from 4c. a sh. to 3c. a sh.
Oliver United
from

Filters, Inc.—Quar. div. on the class

B stock reduced

3734c. a sh. to 1234c. a sh.

Ontario

Ltd.—Quar. div. on the 7% cumul.
134% a sh. to 1% a sh.
div. of 1234c. a sh. on the

Plantations,

Tobacco

pref. stock reduced from

Pennsylvania Illuminating Corp.—Quar.
partic. class A stock omitted. r

Co.—Quar. div. on the capital stock reduced

Pennsylvania Salt Mfg.
from $1.25 a sh. to 75c.
Permutit Co.—Quar.

sh.

omitted.

Inc.—Div. on the pref. shares of 75c. per sh.

stock omitted.

/Vr-7

of $1 a sh. on the common
'■■ •,/'v';
'■■■■ ■'

'

Phillips Petroleum Co.—Quar. div. of 50c. a sh. on
stock omitted,

Pickrel Walnut Co.—Quar, div. on the common
omitted.
' f.-;7
77\.-

the no par common
stock of 20c. a sh.

Pilot Reinsurance Co.—Div. of 75c. a sh. from surplus
a div. of $1.50 a sh. from surplus paid previously.
Piatt Music Co.,
stock omitted.

Los Angeles.—Quar. div. of 43 34c. a sh. on the common
.;

Plymouth Oil Co.—Div. of 25c. a sh. compared
V

compared with

with 50c. a sh. on Dec.

'■

Cable Corp.—Quar. div. of 134% on the 7% noncumul. pref. stock omitted.
Preferred Automobile Insurance Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.—Quar.
v
div. on capital stock reduced from 35c. a sh. to 30c. a sh.
Reliable Stores Corp.—Quar. div. of 134 % in common stock on the com¬
Postal Telegraph &

of

trend

The

MARKET DURING MARCH

market

1931.

during March was dis¬

sustained strength.

never

followed

new

market,

This will account for the fact that

upward.

428 stocks, at one
lished

apart from that of the general

course

a

moved

and

stock

the

There were occasional rallies, but there was
Nevertheless, a number of stocks

tinctly lower.

time or another during the month, estab¬

high records for the year on the New

York Stock

stocks new high records on the New
Curb Exchange.
The market at all times was ragged

York

500

and

Exchange

irregular, when it was not distinctly weak, and opera¬
temporary rise, any immediate perma¬

tors for a rise—for a

rise

nent

omitted.

Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co.—Quar. div.

30 last.

THE COURSE OF THE STOCK

and

div. of $1 a sh. on the common stock

Industries,

Petroleum

a

from

Card Co.—Quar. div. on common reduced

United States Playing

sh.

New York Central RR.—Quar. div. on
ash. to 134 % a sh.

omitted.
from 75c.

sh. on the common stock

sh. to 50c. ash.

$1

omitted.

sh.

134% on the 7% cumul. conv.

sh..

a

Corp.—St<5fck div.

Sunray Oil

United

I New Britain Machine Co.—Quar. div. on common
3734c. a sh. to 25c. a sh.

a

sh. to 15c.

a

$1.75 a sh.

omitted.

stock

United Milk Products Corp.—Quar. div. of

7c. a sh.

New Haven

pref.

(S.) Stroock & Co., Inc.—Quar. div. on common stock

United States Bobbin & Shuttle Co.—Quar. div.

Neisner Bros., Inc.—Quar. div.

to

the 2nd pref. stock of

on

r

Sterchi Bros. Stores, Inc;—Quar. div. of

div. of 75c. a sh. on the common

Machine Co.—Quar. div. on common

Sewing

New Bradford

'

Thompson Products, Inc.—Quar. div. on common stock

sh. to 50c. a sh.

a

6234c. a sh. to

paid. '

Stephen's Fuel Co., Inc.—Div.

stock reduced

div. of 75c. a sh. on

$2'

(Frederick) Stearns & Co.—Quar. div. of 30c. a sh. on the common stock
thus placing this issue on an annual div. basis of $1.20 as compared with

Unit Corp. of America.—Quar.

National Cash Register Co. (Del.).—Quar.
cumul. class A common stock omitted.

75c.

pref. stock

stock reduced from

Stanley Works.—Quar.'div. on common reduced from
50c. a sh.
1
,

reduced from 40c.

div. on the class A

734c. a sh.

from 15c. a sh. to

National

class B stock omitted.

Dredging Co.—Quar. div. on the $2 cumul. conv.

omitted.

(John R.) Thompson Co.—Quar. div. on common decreased

Producers Corp.—Quar. div. on common
sh. to 25c. a sh.

.

Specialized Shares Corp.—Quar. divs. of 75c. a sh. on the 6% cumul.
class A pref. stock and the $3 cumul. class B pref. stock omitted.

sh. to lc. a sh.

a

Mountain

/

of 35c. a sh. on the common

stock omitted.

div. on

omitted. /'■

: ;

South Porto Rico Sugar Co.—Quar. div.

stock reduced from 25c. a sh. to

Michigan Steel Tube Products Co.—Quar. div. on common reduced
from 3734c. a sh. to 20c. a sh.
Midland Natural Gas Co.—Quar. div. of l-40th of a sh. of class A stock,
or 30c. a sh. in cash on the class A stock, omitted.
Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR.—Quar. div. of $1 a sh. on the common stock

A no par

3734c. a sh. on the class

stock omitted.

.•

On

stock omitted.

Corp.—Extra div. on common
div. of $2 a sh. was paid.

div. of 25c. a sh.

stock omitted.

common

Southern Dairies, Inc.—Quar. div. of

to 50c. a sh.

Marlin-Rockwell

the

on

1234c. a sh. on the

Smith & Corona Typewriters, Inc.—Quar.

(L. C.)

stock

75c. a sh.

sh. on the common

a

Smith-Alsop Paint & Varnish Co.—Quar. div. of
no par
common stock omitted.

,

134% on the common

' V

^

(

Castings Co.—Quar. div. of 50c.

Steel

stock omitted.

#

v;;.'

"v

;

(The) Mackay Companies,—Quar. div. of
omitted;

stock omitted.

Sivyer

50c. a sh. paid
--./V •
the common stock decreased from $1

^.

15c. a sh. on the capital

SilverKing Coalition Mines Co.—Quar. div. of

of 25c. a sh. as against

•.

sh. on the common

stock omitted.

the 7% cumul.

on

The downward course of prices did not ap¬

to provoke any extensive new liquidation, but while
a favorable feature, as far as it went, it was on

pear

this

in mind—found little to encourage

being never

their efforts.

was

palpably evident that buying orders on any

the other hand

scale

large

entirely absent,

were

admitting of no other

conclusion that little or no confidence was being

entertained

change for the better either for the immediate present
the remoter future.
The market was weakest in the first

of any
or

week of the month and
road

stocks

may

again in the closing days.

The rail¬

be said to have been continuously

weak

1

mon

stock omitted.

Remington Rand,

Inc.—Quar. div. of 40c. a sh. on the common stock

omitted.

Republic Fire Insurance Co. of
a

sh. to

30c.

a

America.—Quar. div. reduced from 50c.

sh.

sh. on the common stock

omitted.

Republic Investing Corp.—Quar. div. of

134% on the 7% cumul. pref.

stock omitted.

Retail Properties, Inc.—Quar.
conv. pref. stock omitted.

div. of 75c. a sh. on the $3 div. cumul.

div. on the class A $2 cumul. conv.
50c. a sh. to 25c. a sh.
Ltd.—Quar. div. on the 6% cumul.
pref. stock reduced from 134% to 34 of 1%.
Salt Creek Consolidated Oil Co.—Quar. div. on common reduced from

St.

Lawrence Corp., Ltd.—Quar.

pref. stock reduced from

St.

Lawrence

10c.

a

Paper Mills Co.,

sh. to 7c. a sh.

Sangamo Electric Co.
a sh. to 25c. a sh.

(111.).—Quar. div. on common reduced from 50c.

Co., Ltd.—Quar. div. of 50c. a sh. on the class A cumul.
partic. stock omitted.

Sayre & Fisher Brick Co.—Quar. div. of 134% on
pref. stock omitted.;,;: ,- '-'
\'.v
r'.;.;.: • :v

(B. F.) Schlesinger & Sons,
cumul. pref. stock omitted.

the 7% cumul. partic.
: 7 v:

Inc.—Quar. div. of $1.75 a sh. on the 7%

Security Investment Trust, Inc*—Semi-annual
cumul. 2nd pref. stock omitted.

was

market down.

however, was at times

The industrial and general list,

independently weak.

The 25 railroad

basis of the averages kept by the New
York "Times" showed a decline from a high of 91.74 Mar. 2
stocks forming the

30, with the close Mar. 31 at 80.99.

The 25

hand, were at their highest
20 at 247.80 and at their lowest on Mar. 30 at

industrial stocks, on the other
on

Mar.

226.28,

with

close on Feb.

the close Mar. 31 at 228.06 as against the
28 of 243.46.
This last -shows that the indus¬

trial list had by

the 20th of the month regained all of the

iheavy losses sustained in the early part of the month, which
the railroads never did, and then in the renewed decline

during the last 10 days of the month dropped much lower
But it also shows that in the end the industrial

div. of 3% on the 6%

Co.—Quar. div. of 134% on the 7% cumul. pref.

Shaffer Stores Co.—Quar.

list was swept
as

downward with the some, irresistible force
market.
This statement finds confirma¬

the rest of the

tion also in the course

50 stocks combined,
at 169

on

of the general averages for the whole

which

was

at its highest for the month

Mar. 2, and at its lowest on Mar. 30 at

153.55,

31 at 154.52.
for the general downturn can be compressed

with the close Mar.

stock omitted.

The reasons
in the

div. of 25c. a sh. on the common stock omitted.

single statement that there was complete absence of

favorable or stimulating influences bearing upon the
probability of earnings and profits, which are always the
ultimate determining factor in establishing the intrinsic
any

Sherwin-Williams Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Usual extra div. of 5c. a sh.
on the common stock omitted.




and it

the whole

than before.

Sarnia Bridge

(G. J.) Sellers & Sons

month

to 80.82 Mar.

Republic Flow Meters, Inc.—Quar. div. of 5c. a

from beginning to end of the
their heaviness that eventually carried

under constant pressure

and

12

MONTHLY REVIEW

merit of security values,
while, on the other

hand, unfavor¬
developments bearing upon the same* consideration kept
accumulating with ever-growing force.
Soldier bonus legis¬
lation, concurrently with declining Government revenues,

subsidiary corporations of the United States
'Steel Corporation, made public on Mar. 10 for the month of

due to business depression

second

able

long continued and the diminished

yield of the income taxes based upon earnings and
profits
so heavily reduced
by reason of this depression, introduced
an

entirely

new disturbing
factor in the situation, and
the immediate Government financing required for
the purpose through skillful
handling by the Treasury De¬
partment was attended with a degree of success that was
in the highest degree assuring, it left
open the possibility of

though

still heavier

taixes

and

afforded

relief

no

paralysis under which the country was
ing.
Profound disappointment was felt
the

adjournment of Congress met with

shape of quickened

trade activity,

hoped would be the case—at least
tions

afforded

basis

the trade

painfully labor¬

so

no

far

as

still

imposing upon

the great

in for the month of January—poor almost

beyond belief—involved the

whole country

in

gloom, and

at the end of March the
the

gloom was further intensified by
of the returns now coming to hand for the
of February, and which proved of the same dismal

receipt

month

character.

reductions

became

now

the order

of the

day,

mainly

among
the railroads, but including some of the
strongest railroad properties in the country, and including
also many stocks of industrial concerns which likewise were
to

dividends

cut

because

suspend them altogether for the
of these industrial

in,

came

of

reduced

same

profits
In the

reason.

properties the income statements which

1930, furnished startling revelations

year

to the extent to which the business activities of the

had suffered

or

case

after another, for the December quarter and

one

the calendar

as

result of trade depression.

a

as

country

The dividend"

reductions and suspensions, however, were most noteworthy
in the case of the railroad companies.
Early in the mOnth
the

Lehigh Valley lift., in declaring its quarterly dividend,
from ah annual basis of $3.50 a share to $2.50 a

reduced
share

(par

$50),

value

and

Chicago Rock Island &
Pacific reduced its quarterly dividend from an annual basis
of 7% to 5%.
The St. Louis-Sail Francisco suspended divi¬
the

dends altogether on its common shares.

progressed

dividend

other

order.

same

reductions

And

the month

as

along

came

On Mar. 11 the stock market received

of

a

the

severe

blow in the action of the New York Central RR. in reducing
a basis of 8% per annum
to.6%, causing

its dividend from

in the railroad list.

renewed break

a

joined the procession.

shares

distribution from

$50).

$0

The

basis of 1%

share per year to $4 (par value
Missouri-Kansas-Texas discontinued
per

on its common shares begun the
The Bank of America National Association

year.

Bancamerica-Blair (Corp.

aggregating 75c.
In

industrial

the

unfortunate

same

adverse dividend
space,

declared quarterly

share, placing the stock

a

dividend basis against the

to

a

quarterly dividends

previous
and

soon

to 5%, and the Delaware Lackawanna & Western

per annum

cut its dividend from

the

Other railroads

More particularly, the Baltimore &

Ohio reduced its dividend

of

the

illustrate

the

dividends

$3 annual

a

developments

diameter.

changes

on

previous basis of $4.50.

world

To

would

mention

stock.

general tendency.

On the

The American

International

$1 in cash and 2% in stock.

duced the quarterly

share to 25c.
the

dividend

share.

a

much

Westinghouse

its

on

The

common

on

its

common

of ,75c.

stock.

a

re¬

shares from 50c.

National Cash

Register Co.

share

on

In the copper

its $3

field the

Copper Co., to the apparent surprise of the stock

to

an

per

annual basis of $1.50 per share against $2.50

the last previous annual basis and much higher

preceding

com¬

previously paid

market, further cut its quarterly distribution to 37%c.
or

periods.

A

complete

list

of

all

the

figpres at
dividend

changes for the month is furnished in the remarks immedi¬
ately

above.

It

should be

added

that

the

copper

stocks

suffered in addition from the renewed break in the price of
the metal

which

dropped to 9%c. for copper delivered in:

Connecticut.
All the oil stocks were

:y.
adversely affected by the further

drastic reductions in the price of petroleum and various of
its products, like gasoline.
The prolific character of the

yield in the new fields in Eastern Texas and 'the difficulties
which this imposed in providing for a pro rata
of oil

wheat, though satisfaction

There

of the 1930 crop de¬
season

at the

was

1931

the

felt

over

or

new

crop

a

of

the fact that the

were

days when the market enjoyed a sharp rally,
numerous and, as already stated, were

they were not

lasting.

The most pronounced of these rallies

occur¬

red during the second and third weeks of the month, both
the opening days of the month and the closing days of the
month
severe

having,

as

depression.

already noted, been periods of very
On Saturday, Mar. 7, the market enjoyed

brisk recovery after the severe decline of the

preceding days,
apparently of the great success at¬
tending the flotation of the U. S. Government's offering of
this being a; reflection

new

securities for $1,41)0,000,000 and also the ready sale and

resale of

tions.

$100,000,000 of New York City long term obliga¬
Mar. 9, there was further sharp recovery

On Monday,

for the

same reason.
On Tuesday, Mar. 10, quite a stimulus
given the railroad list by the successful flotation of
three large new offerings of securities,
consisting of $75,-

was

curtailment

output in the various producing fields throughout the

country was a chief disturbing influence.




bonds and a $50,000,000 Penn¬
sylvania Railroad issue along with $60,000,000 of Port of
New York Authority (bonds.
The appearance on that day,

however,

of the monthly statement

of

unfilled

orders

on

the books of the

subsidiary corporations of the United States
Steel Corporation, to which reference has
already been
made, showing a falling off in such orders during February
following a similar1 shrinkage the previous -month, gave the
market

11),

a

setback

again.

blow7

The next day

(Wednesday, Mar.

dealt the market by the reduction
of the dividend on New7 York Central stock.
The market
remained more or less unsettled thereafter
during that and
the ensuing week and suffered severe
depression during the
last ten days of the month.
'Aggregate sales on the Stock
a

severe

wras

Exchange during the month reached 65.658,087 shares as
against 96,552,040 shares in March, 1930, and 105,661,570
shares in March, 1929.
On the New York Curb Exchange
the sales

were only 14,089,000 shares as
against 27,294,900
shares in March 1930 and 32,058.800 shares in March
1929.
As far as the separate stocks are concerned, the
course

of prices was almost
uniformly downward, with the net
losses for the month large in the
great majority of cases.
The railroads as a
group suffered worse tliany any others
for the reasons already stated.
New York Central fell from
125 Mar. 2 to 107% Mar. 30 and closed Mar.
31 at

108%;

Atchison fell from 197 Mar. 2 to 183
Mar. 31 at 185; Atlantic Coast Line

Mar.

30 and closed

dropped from 120 Mar.
2 to 98 Mar.
31, while Baltimore & Ohio declined from 82
Mar. 2 to 71% Mar. 18 and closed Mar. 31 at
74; Delaware
& Hudson dropped from 152 Mar. 2 to
138% Mar. 27, and
closed Mar. 31 at 137 bid 138%
asked; Illinois Central de¬
clined from 84 Mar. 2 to 69 Mar. 31. and
Louisville & Nash¬
ville from 106% Mar. 2 to 84 Mar. 30. with
the close Mar.
31 at 90; Missouri Pacific sold
down from 39% Mar. 2 to
29% Mar. 30 and closed Mar. 31 at 30; St. Louis-San Fran¬
cisco fell from 47%

The White Motor Co.

quarterly dividend

cumulative class A

share,

case

31 at

Corp. gave notice

of the omission of the semi-annual dividend

Anaconda

future options for

the

Manufacturing common stock the dividend was
from 10% to S%.
The Crucible Steel Co. announced

omitted

factor.

effect would be to prevent further accumulations of unsold
wheat in the hands of the Farm Board.

to

few instances

a

suspension altogether of the quarterly dividends

a

the

in

the

'

of

disappointing

a

This* proved depressing because it caused

of

Electric &

mon

break

May.

all

were

here

take altogether too

and it must suffice to mention only

reduced

proved

000,000 New York Central

Dividend

forced

of

never

undertakings of the country.
At the beginning
of March the poor statements of earnings of the railroads
then still coming

end

fondly

industrial

falling off in such orders for the

purchases of wheat (except in the

indica¬

transportation agencies and

a

month,

liveries) would terminate with the close of the

so

most

successive

the announcement of the Federal Farm Board that further

current

for

the

On Monday, Mar. 23, the market received a severe blow in

but

judgment in that respect—but
discouraging land disquieting influence was the
way that evidence was piling up going to show what fright¬
ful losses business depression had already
imposed and was
the

a

February and showing

in the

response

on

books of the

the fact that

over

had been

as

so

from

steel stocks the monthly statement of unfilled orders

In the case of the

Mar. 2 to 35 Mar. 18, and closed Mar.

37%, while Union Pacific tumbled from 200% Mar. 2
1S3 Mar. 18, and closed Mar. 31 at
184.

In the industrial and miscellaneous
list U.

S. Steel after

selling at 150% Mar. 20, against the'opening price Mar. 2

of

149, touched 139% Mar. 31; Bethlehem Steel declined
from 67% Mar. 2 to 56% Mar.
28, and closed Mar. 31 at 57%;
American Tel. & Tel., after
advancing to 199% Mar. 10
against 197 Mar. 2, dropped to 187% Mar. 31; General Elec¬
tric
to

was

48

at

Mar.

53% Mar. 21 against 52% Mar. 2, but sold down
31; Allied Chemical & Dye dropped from 172

Mar. 2 to 141% Mar.
31, and J. I. Case fell from 123%
Mar. 2 to 105% Mar. 31, while International
Harvester de¬
clined from 60% Mar. 2 to 50 Mar.
31; E. I. du Pont de
Nemours after selling at 107 Mar. 19
against

98%

Mar. 2

dropped to 93% Mar. 30 with the close Mar. 31 at 95 and
Westinghouse Elec. & Manufacturing fell from
104% Mar.
2 to 85% Mar. 31.
The copper stocks as noted above were
an especial element of wreakness and
Anaconda copper de-J
clined from 42% Mar. 2 to 32 Mar. 30
with the close Mar.
31 at 33% ; Byers & Co. broke from
66% Mar. 4 to 47% Mar.
30 and closed Mar. 31 at
49, and American Smelting & Refin¬
ing declined from 56% Mar. 2 to 44 Mar. 28. with
the close
Mar. 31 at
46%, In the general tumble the public utilities
did not
escape.
North American sold down from
88% Mar.

2 to

78% -Mar. 30, with the close Mar. 31 at
79% ; Public
Service of N. J. after
advancing from 83% Mar. 2 to 96%
Mar. 19, closed Mar. 31 at
87%; American & Foreign Pow7er
after moving up from
44% Mar. 2 to 49% Mar. 10. dropped
to 39% Mar.
21; Standard Gas & Elec. after
selling Mar.
10 at 88% against
S4% Mar. 2, touched 76 Mar. 30 with

the close Mar. 31 at
76%.

I

In 'the bond market

raill'oad list

as a

some

heavy declines

VOLUME

occurred in the

Railroad and miscellaneous...

a

due at the

interest

when the

•

841,534,425

United States Government..

.

Total bond sales.... —.688,356,550

severe

THE MONEY MARKET

break owing to

There was no change of

same

time

previously,

it remained

with

agreed

short-term

funds

in

immense

mass

number of domestic and foreign issues

a

Stock

except

Exchange, where

Last

Range During March 1931.

Sale

Sale
Lowest.

Mar. 2.

United

the

'States

First Liberty Loan—

these

Treasury,

said

operations themselves,

101 "»i Mar.

2 10127„Mar.

6

1012833

Cony. 4J* % 1932-1947.

1022037

102 2037 Mar.

2 IO22833 Mar.

7

10222,1

did not deviate from

103",,

103183i Mar.

2 1032#,, Mar. 13

10328,,

1102O3,

111*«33

by such operations.

Fourth Liberty Loan—
110l033 Mar.

2 112»33 Mar. 18

106»3i

10610»3 Mar.

2 108737

Mar. 18

107*i»

104!°3I

1042«3» Mar.

2 106 *33

Mar. 18

10521,,

101

IOO203, Mar.

2 102833

Mar.

7

10128„

IOO2133 Mar.

3 1012«„ Mar. 17

10118,3

later

1% % except when affected temporarily
The 1%% rate had remained unaltered

newals had

100«S7

This

throughout the entire month

Stock Exchange call loan rate

101 "JJ

al011633

Mar. 16.

series

where the course of fluctua¬

already noted, having been of unusual dimensions.

3>*% 1932-1947

a

the

on

Mar. 31.

Highest.

as

% of 1933-1938
Treasury 4>*s 1947-1952..
Treasury 4s 1944-1954
Treasury 3**s 1946-1956..
Treasury 3J*s 1943-1947..
Treasury 3**s 1940-1943..
Treasury 3%b 1941-1943..

loans

entirely the result of the operations of

to have been almost

4 J*

in rates, too, were

of call

low record for a long

new

a

case

tions,. while encompassed within narrow limits, may be

First
Government Bonds.

Cfianges

the

in

of years was established, and

to illustrate

superabundance, owing to

such

of idle money.

inconsequential,

the trend of the market. \

As for a long

state of extreme ease,

accepted if employment Was to be found for the

had to be

permit default, but would make payment itself; there¬
upon some of these Australian issues sold higher than before.
In the following we show the fluctuations during the month

in a

general congestion of funds, that inordinately low rates

the

date on the loans

'

importance in the condition of the

not

for

$

FEBRUARY 1931.

DURING

market daring the month of March.

money

that the Australian Government would

news came

748,402,800 626,942.650

State, municipal and foreign.

'Sharp recovery, however, occurred

placed in this country.

562,373,550
229,956,125
49,204,750

Railroad and miscellaneous.

Foreign
higher except in the ease of the

payments on the loans floated in London though he
the

188,902,334

.449,046,000 536,111,000 429,515,000
.193,496,500 181,381,500 162,311,050
45,814,050
30,910,300
35,116,600

Bond sales (par value)—

given notice of intention to default on Apr. 1 on interest

meet

.172,343,252 226,694,430 294,436,250
$
$
$

Stock sales—No. of shares

the unfortunate political developments in that country and
the announcement that the (Premier of New 'South Wales

to

317,109,000

Jan. 1 to March Si—

Mar. 6 to 81 Mar. 31.

88%

Australian issues which suffered

had

.

........242,665,000 344,369,800 210,517,000

Total bond sales

63% Mar. 31, and Southern Railway gen¬

government bonds were

__

United States Government

81 Mar. 2
to 72 Mar. 31; the Missouri Pacific general 4s from 71 Mar.
2 to 01% Mar. 31; Chic., Mil., St. Paul & Pac. 5s series A
eral 4s series A from

65,658,034
S

State, municipal and foreign.

Mar. 31 at 80% ; Erie ref. & imp. 5s dropped from

from 72 Mar. 2 to

-

Bond sales (par value)—

with the close

series A declined from 91 Mar. 2 to 80% Mar. 30

1929.
1928.
96,552,040 105,661,570 84,973,869
$
'
S
$
159,978,500 252,335,000 145,481,500 230,934,750
74,028,000
77,569,000
53,108,000 74,083,500
8,658,500
14,465,800
11,927,500
12,000,750
1930.

1931.

Stock sales—No. of shares

Gen¬
eral 4s series A dropped from 86% Mar. 2 to 80 Mar. 28,
with the close Mar. 31 at 80% ; Central of Georgia 5s series
C sold down from 93 Mar. 3 to 88% Mar. 30 with the close
Mar. 311 at 89; Chicago & North Western convertible 4%s
Thus 'St. Louis & San Francisco

EXCHANGE.

THE STOCK

OF BUSINESS ON

Month of March—

result of the dividend reductions and poor

returns of earnings.

13

MONTHLY REVIEW

101 »37

Mar. 31 10128,, Mar. 18

1%% since Jan. % but

at

101»3,

Thursday, Mar. 5, after re¬

on

again been effected at 1%%, the rate advanced
in the day to 2% for newT loans.
This experience was

repeated on Friday, Mar. 6—that is, there was an advance
2% in the rate for new loans after renewals had been

•

to
Opening
Railroad and Industrial Bonds.

put through

Closing

Price

Range for March.

Mar. 2

Mar. 31

Atch Topeka &, Santa Fe gen 4s '95
Atl Coast Line 1st cons 4s
1952

98 X

983* Mar.

96 J*

963* Mar.

Bait & Ohio gen 4s, series A..1948

97 }*

963* Mar.

1960

97 X

1967

102 H
92 J*

913* Mar.
1013* Mar.
883* Mar.

101K

100J* Mar.

Convertible 4J*s
Boston 4 Maine 1st 5s

Central of Georgia 5s series C.1959
Ches 4 Ohio ref 4 Imp 4^B. 1995

Chesapeake Corp

cons 5s May 15'47
Chic Milw 4 St Paul gen 4s
1989
Chic Mllw St P 4 Pac 5s ser A. 1975

Chic 4 No*west

oonv

4J*s

ser

A "49

100 J*

87 >*
72
91

983*
843*
633*
803*
993*

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

993*
973*
983*
973*
1023*

923*

mained the rate for both

1013*
89

72

Mar.

91

Mar.

Cleve Cln Chic & St L 4 >* s E_ 1977

100**

Mar.

1003* Mar.

82 X

72

Mar.

80J*

72

Mar.

1013*

Lehigh Valley (Pa)

for

Mar.

and

963*

93

Mar.

1013* Mar.
1023* Mar.
883* Mar.

1%, the lowest figure touched in nearly

loans to

the

later

Both the early rise to 2%,

3 1915.

drop to 1 (/c, grew directly out of Treasury

operations, the first by reason of the extinction of Govern¬

72...

993* Mar.

Mar.

new

16 years, or since June

72

96

loans and for renewals day

new

Friday, Mar. 20, when, after renewals had

again been effected at 1%%, there was a drop in the rate

100

963* Mar.

new

at

after day until

<1843*
633*
803*
993*

823* Mar.

Ctyy South ref 4 Imp 5s '50

On the
1%% .

97

983*
c963*

Mar.

1013* Mar.
1013* Mar.
873* Mar.

81

of 1%%.

Mar.

Erie ref 4 imp 5s of 1927__.__1967
Ref and lnpts of 1930
1975

Great Northern gen 4^8 ser E 1977
98J4
111 Cent St Louis 4 N O 5s A. 1963 alOl?*
Kansas
102

figure

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

1931.

Mar.

93

customary

loans at 2%, while on Tuesday, Mar. 10, all loans
2%, including renewals; but on Wednesday, Mar. 11,
after renewals had once more been put through at 2%, the
rate for new loans fell back to 1%%, and this latter re¬

Highest.

with

were

Lowest.

1931.

at the

following Monday, Mar. 9. the renewal rate was again

Price

ment

96

deposits with the depositary banks, and the second
of a new line of Government

because of the establishment

953*

(against, which Government de¬
required) of huge amount.
In the
early part of March the payment of the last of the deposits
with

deposits

the banks

88

853* Mar.

5s_1967

94

88

Mar.

94

Mar.

dSS

1975

71

613* Mar.

71

Mar.

613*

1978

91%

863* Mar.

N YNH4H 1st 4 ref
4J*s._.1967
N Y Ont 4 West ref 4s
,..1992

943*

923* Mar.

423*

42

923* Mar.
943* Mar.
453* Mar.

4>*s.l970

973*

963* Mar.

98

Mar.

963*

resulting from the sale of certifieates of indebtedness made
the previous December was required, under two calls upon

St L-San Fran gen 4s ser A..1950
'Con 4^s ser A
1978
Southern Ry gen 4s series A..1956

863*

80

Mar.

Mar.

803*

the banks

813*

70

Mar.

873*

81

Mar.

cons

4s.. .2003

Mo-Kans-Tex

Ry cum ad
Missouri Pacific gen 4s
N Y Chic 4 St L 4^8 ser C

Pennsylvania RR deb

g

Mar.

Southern Pacific gold 4>*s
Wabash 5>*s series A.

1969
1975

983*

943* Mar.

863*
813*
883*
993*
983*

Western

1952

82

803* Mar.

83

1944

853*

793* Mar.

833*

78

Mar.

84

Mar.

835*

833* Mar.

88

Mar.

Maryland 1st 4s
Alleghany Corp coll tr 5s

Brooklyn Union Elev 1st 5s. .1950

983*

873*

963* Mar.

85

Mar.

Mar.

70

Mar.

813*

Mar.

963* '

943*

Mar.

81

883* Mar.
1133* Mar.

1941

61123*

Dodge Brothers 6s

1940

89

89

Mar.

91

Equipt deb 6s. .1940

69

613* Mar.

73

803*
c795*

Internat'l Paper 5s ser A..
1947
Internat Tel 4 Tel ronv deb 4>*s '39
Liggett 4 Myers Tob 7s
1944
.

Paramount-Famous Lasky 6s. 1947

76

723* Mar.

923*

96

1203*

Mar.

1183* Mar.

943*

Mar.

/121

Mar.

95

Mar.

1942

17

Mar.

Skelly Oil 5 34s

1939

a773*

75

Mar.

Warner Bros Pictures 6s

1939

633*

505* Mar.

<z575*
933*

573* Mar.

69

925* Mar.
92% Mar.

983* Mar.
983* Mar.

963*

923*
863*
663*

863* Mar.

92

903*

62

Mar.

743* Mar.

68

1957

66 V*

62

Mar.

613*

573* Mar.

743* Mar.
685* Mar.

68

1956

1958

733*
253*

733* Mar.
25

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

68 of June 1925

1959

Mar.

External 5>*s

1962

A66

Australia 5s of 1925.

1955

External loan 5s of 1927
External 4^8 of 1928
Berlin (City) 6s...

s84

...1969
1947

38

38

Mar.

333* Mar.
433* Mar.

Brazil external 8s...

1941

883*

80

Mar.

92

Mar.

1957

663*

623* Mar.

70

Mar.

63

...1952 61013*

1013* Mar.

105

Mar.

ftl05

6>*s of 1927.
7J*s
Brisbane (City) 5s
5s
'

1957

60

57

.....1958
Chile (Rep) 6s..........Sept 1961
External sinking fund 6s
1963

593*
80

External sinking furld 6s....I960
Columbia

(Rep) 6s of 1928

1961

Columbia MtgeBank 7s of 1927 *47
German
German

(Rep; 7s

1949

International

5}*s...l965
(State) 6^s....l958

Mlnas Geraes

New South Wales 5s...

Mar.

86

Mar.

86

Mar.

80

795* Mar.

86

Mar.

663*

66

Mar.

78

Mar.

67

Mar.

765* Mar.
1053* Mar.

168

783*

783* Mar.

533*

503* Mar.
58

Mar.

84

81

102J*

Mar.

Mar.

Rio de Janeiro

61

593*

57

Mar.

Mar.

605*

51

49

Mar.

57

Mar.

55

Mar.

40

Mar.

285*

89

Mar.

97

Mar.

913*

793*

79

Mar.

863* Mar.

a763*

76

Mar.

86

Mar.

1946

74

74

Mar.

883* Mar.

....1946

Uruguay (Rep) 8s

26. i Mar. 24.

27

90

1946

101

100

Mar.

1023* Mar.

Rio Grande do Sul 8s

b Mar. 9.

31

1941

(City) 8s

c

Mar. 30.

k Cash sale,




)

53

1960

(State) 7s...'

s

d Mar. 28.

Option sale.

e

Mar. 23.

/ Mar. 27.

before for

a

was a return to the 1%%
of ease remained unaltered.
new line of Government de¬

2%, but then there
week, however, a

Against such Government de¬

$712,510,000.

Mar.

loan rate

20,

four

these de¬

loans)

the Treasury had to begin to draw down

posits.

In fact, the first payment on account of the deposits
be made on Mar. 20, when the 1% rate on the Stock

x

80
v

day

Monday, Mar. 16.

Friday,

82J*

Mar.

64
*66 5*
66

the payment the

to 1% should have occurred on
days after payment for the new
certificates had to be made. But almost immediately (be¬
cause of the large sums needed to meet the soldier bonus

73

69

102J* Mar.

resulting from

Exchange call

63 3*
82

1947

6s

Mar. 3.

67

793* Mar.
793* Mar.

1959

External 6s

a

593* Mar.

1033*

2%

posits, be it remembered, no reserves are required. In these
circumstances it is not strange that the drop in the Stock

3*

1958

(Rep) 7s

Queensland

38

633*

80

6, both

this last mentioned date, though possibly the

immense sum of

26
81

683* Mar.

1957

5s--.
Peru

Mar.

Mar.

$924,067,500 and payment for which had to be made
Government deposits with the deposi¬
tary banks growing out of the sale of this huge total of
certificates, the proceeds of which are allowed to remain
with the banks until needed by the Government, reached the
on

793*

Bolivia (Rep) ext'l,7s
External 8s...

on

reached

63

Mar.

on

of $40,416,000

week, and calling together for repayment

posits was created, Girough the sale of the two new series
of certificates of indebtedness, for which the allotments

96

Mar.

succession, one requiring

The advance in the rail loan rate to

$101,039,800.

occurred

Within

54

Foreign Bonds—

Antioquia (Dept) 7s ser A
1945
Argentine (Govt) 6s series A.. 1957

quick

rate, as underlying conditions

173*
c75»*

Mar.

same

each day at

93

in

the repayment

call,

turnover

66 3*
75

963*
213*

Shubert Theatres 6s

came

$100,000,000 of bonds sold by the City of New York may
also have played some part in the stiffening of the rate.
For a few days now, some loans, as indicated, were made

893*

Mar.

1213*
963*
213*
783*
643*

of
•

ell2 3*

76 3* Mar.

933*

which

are

payment of $60,623,800 on Mar. 3 and the second and

final

883*

Mar.

reserves

no

within the

85

Mar.

Gen Theatres

the

Mar.

Central Steel 1st 8s

1123* Mar.

posits

863*
935*
c433*

853* Mar.

Coll 4 conv 5s
1949
Amer 4 Foreign Pow deb 5s..2030

863*

79

793*
83

C1023*

had to

Exchange was recorded, the

banks having been notified on

17, that they would be obliged to repay a
portion of the deposits on the day referred to. This repay¬
ment, however, involved only $19,032,100 in the New York
Reserve District and $49,875,700 for the entire country, in¬

Tuesday, Mar.

cluding New York, out of total deposits in the New York
Reserve District of $271,887,500, and of $712,510,000 for the

ft Mar.

entire country, including New

York.

14

MONTHLY REVIEW

Further calls, however, followed in quick succession.

20 instructions

Mar.

On

$315,000,000
whereas the

Mar.

on

25,

$20,228,700

on

Miar. 24, and the

making, together,

District, while in like

manner

they would

same amount

$40,457,400 in this Reserve
the depositary banks for the

entire

coimtry, including New York, had to repay $53,010,700
each of the days mentioned, or $106,021,400 for the two

on

On Mar. 24 another notice

days combined.

requiring

came

$12,743,800 to be repaid in the New York Reserve District
on Mar. 27, and the same amount on Mar. 28, and for the
entire country, including New York, repayment of $33,the two days named, or $66,793,600
together.
On Mar. 27 still another notice came calling for
repayment en Mar. 31 of $5,607,800 in the New York Reserve
District, and of $14,694,600 for the entire country.
This rapid drawing down of Government deposits, with
396,800

on

each

of

notice of further prospective calls, created a new situation.

Call loan rates
The

the Stock Exchange now began to stiffen.

on

1% rate recorded

the following

Friday, Mar. 20,

on

smaller than a month earlier,
seasonal tendency at this time of year

usual

in the New York Federal Reserve District that

have to repay

3*4%

were

notifying the depositary banks

came

Monday, Mar. 23, all loans

was not

repeated
the Stock Ex¬

on

As compared with the outstandings in February
there has been a net reduction of 31%.
The
decline lias been practically continuous since April of last

is upward.
a

year ago,

which marked the recent peak of commercial paper
outstandings."
The market for bankers' acceptances developed no special

year,

The demand for acceptances was

features during March.

brisk, and the supply of bills greatly improved

at all times

555,000 Mar.
fell

then

to

from

greatly

from $106,317,000

falling

After

week.

varied

Banks

Reserve

Federal

The holdings of bills by the

of the month.

•the latter part

week

25

Feb.

to

$100,-

to

4,* they increased to $151,402,000 Mar. 11,
$83,272,000 Mar. 25, but were $166,622,000

The holdings of bills purchased by the Reserve
correspondents, while varying more
less from week to week, were $430,784,000 April 1

April 1.

Banks for their foreign
or

against $453,814,000 Feb. 25.
There were no changes in
the rates for acceptances during the month.
The Reserve
Bank likewise made no change in its purchasing rate for

remaining at 1%% for bills
1%% for bills running from
The American Acceptance Council, in a

change on that day being#put through at 1V2%, including

bankers'

renewals, and all loaning on Mar. 24 and Mar. 25 being at
the same figure.
But on Thursday, Mar. 26, after renewals

running from 1 to 45 days, and

this

acceptances,

46 to 120

days.

again been effected at 1%%, the rate for new loans rose
to 2%.
From this there was a return to the 1%% rate on

statement

made available

Friday, Mar. 27, all loaning on that day being at that figure,
and this single rate again- ruled the following Monday,

bankers' acceptances outstanding recorded no

had

Mar. 30, but on Tuesday,
continued at

1%%, there

the rate for new loans.

Mar. 31, after renewals had been
was again an advance to 2% in

On this last mentioned day, prepara¬

19,

Mar.

showed that, contrary

of the

to usual behavior at this season

the volume of

year,

reduction of

importance during the month of February.
The total
of bankers' acceptances outstanding on the last day of Feb¬
any

$1,519,857,484, which was only $332,399 less than
31. Not for years, it was stated,

ruary was

the total reported on Jan.

tions for the large 1st of April payments for dividends and

had

which always rank among the heaviest of the
year, even though the present year they were not as large
as in the years immediately preceding, doubtless also played

for two months as was revealed in tlhe report covering'the

interest,

part in stiffening rates.

some

outside market from

in the

There

were

Stock

the

concessions

no

Exchange rate the

such

been

there

a

the total for Feb. 28

less than

credits

of new

Stabilization Board

into the New York market

,

The time loan branch of
and business was at

demand for this class of accommodation.
There
some slight fractional variations in the rates for some

tically
were

a

the market continued inactive,
virtual standstill, there being prac¬

for

Otherwise quoted rates for time loans were
without change.
The daily record for time loans is shown
periods.

DAILY RECORD

PRIME

1931

OF TIME LOAN RATES.

60

30 Days.

Days.

4
5

..........

...

...

1%@2

2

@2 X

2

1%@2
1%@2
i%@2

2

2

@2 X
@2%
@2%
©2%

2

1%@2

3

1Y@2
1%@2

2

2

2

7

.......

..........

2
2

..........

2

@2X
;

1H-VA
1%-1Y

.........

.........

BANKERS'

IX-IX
1%-lYi
1H-1X
1%-1X

1^-1^
1%-lY

IX-IX

2

@2X
®2X
©2X
®2H

2

©2%

2

2

6 Months.

1%@1X

19

20

2

1%@1X

©2%
@2%
@2 X

2

2

2

1%@1%
1%@1%
1%@1X
1%@1X
1%@1%

1%®1X
i%@ix
1%@1X

@2X

2

@2X

2

2

2

2

2%©2X
2%®2X
2%@2X
2%@2%
2%®2X

2%@2 X
2%@2X
2%@2 X
2%@2X

2%®2X
2% @2%
2%@2%
2%@2X
2%@2X

2%®2X
2%@2X
2%®2X
2% @2 X
2%®2X

2%@2X

2X©2%
-2X@2%
2X©2%
2X®2%
2X®2%

2X@2X
2Y@2Y
2H@2Y
2Yt@2Y
2H@2Y

23

1%@1%

24

1%@1%
1%@1%
1%@1X

.......

27

2

1%@2
1%@2
1H@2
1%@2

1%@1 X
...

2

2
2
2

1%@2

Sun day
2
©2 H
@2X
2

@2 X
@2H
®2 X
@2 X

@2%
@2%
@2X
@2 X

2
2
2

;'j

2X@2%
2X@2%
2X@2%
2X©2%
2X@2%

■

}'

■

'

2H@2Y
2K@2Y
2H@2Y
2H@2Y
2Y@2Ys

12....
13

1%-1Y

29

15

16

1%@1X
1%@1%

31

2

1%@2
1Y @2

2

Greater activity prevailed in
paper,

and

time.

Rates

paper

was

for choice

2

®2X
@2H

■

19.
20

1H-1X
1H-1X

1^-1^
lYs-lX
1 Ys-lX
1%-lX
1X-1X

lYa-lX

1X-1X
1%-lX
1%-1X

21....

@2X
@2%

2X@2%
2X@2 %

2X@2Y
2H@2Y

.........

25

IX-IX
1X-1X

26....
..

...

.

.

1X-1X

.

turity continued

1%-lX
1%-lX

2%%,

of shorter

at

@3%.
and

exceptionally choice names.

York Federal Reserve Bank, in its "Monthly

April 1, in discussing the

paper

30....

Sunday
1^-lHT
1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX

1%-lX

1 Ys-lX

1YS-1X
1X-1X

31

No

new

paper

was

a

good investment demand for com¬

reported during March.

The quantity

inquiry, so
that little sales effort on the part of dealers was required
in order to distribute the paper.
Numerous blocks of new
remained

RATES

1%-lX
1%-lX

1X-1 YJ

on

FOR

MONEY

far below

the

1%-lX
1%-lX

Mar.14.

Mar.21.

Mar.28.

l%-2
1 X

l%-2
1%

1-1 A

l%-2

....1^-2

-2%
-2%
2%-2%
2%-2%
2

2
2

-2%
-2%
2%-2%
2%*2X

Commercial Paper-—
-2%

RETURNS

OF

THE

FEDERAL

1X-1X
l%-2
2

-2%

2
-2%
2%-2%
2%-2%

,

■

2%-2%
2^-3

2%-2

v

;

\;

Good 4 to 6 months

THE

1%

1%-lX
1%-lX
2
-2%
2
-2%
2%-2%
2%-2%

1^-2

.2

^

12-3
;

Six months

-2%

<

2^-3

RESERVE

AND

-2%

2%-3
MEMBER

BANKS—BROKERS' LOANS.

investment

York
a

loans by the reporting member banks in New
City, after the increase during February, registered

further

again

the

to

lower

rates,

as

some

of the

of 2*4 @2 *4% occurred.

"The lack of open market paper

last

during March,

two

weeks

was

of

but

the

showed contraction

month.

The

amount

after decreasing from $1,798,000,000 Feb.

25

to

$1,790,000,000 Mar. 4, rose to $1,913,000,000 Mar. 18, then
fell to $1,908,000,000 Mar. 25, and to $1,875,090,000
April 1,

of

however, compared with $3,968,000,000 12 months
Mar. 31. The changes in the different categories

on

loaning

were

is, they showed

much the same as in preceding months, that
increase in the loans miade by the report¬

an

ing member banks for their
ing by outside lenders.

shown in the out¬
standings of 20 dealers at the end of February, which at




increase

of the loans,

before,

range

1%-1%

NEW YORK.

AT

Double and single names—
Prime 4 to 5 months

which,

quickly oversold, and

conducive

1%-lX

" ;

>

Week's average (mixed & Indus, collat.)
Time Loans {Mixed & Indus. Collateral)—

exceptionally
high grade paper began to appear in the market priced at
2%%. The prevailing rate for prime paper, nevertheless,
remained at 2y2% until late in March, when a decline to a
was

1%-lX

Mar. 7.

Stock Exchange—

Range for week (mixed & Indus, collat.)

this condition naturally

paper were

1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX

changes occurred in the rediscount rates of any of the

market, made the following

drawings of prime paper that came into the market,

however,

1%-lX

1%-lX
1%-lX

Brokers'

"The continuation of

of

1%-lX

•

observations:

mercial

1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX

Reserve Banks during March.

The New

Review" dated

1%-lX
1%-lX

1K-1%
1K-1%

1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX

Sunday

Four months...

while names less well-known
Occasional transactions occurred at
2*4% in maturities running for six months, and also in the

commanded 2%

1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX

1%-1%

29....

Thirty days
SIxtydays
Ninety days

ma¬

1%-lX
1%-lX

lX-1%

Saturday

most of the

six

1%-lX
1%-lX

1%-1%

1%-lX
1%-lX

1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX
1%-lX

1%-1%
1K-1%
1%-1%
1%-1%
1H-1%

1X-1X
Saturday
Sunday
1%-lX

VA-IY<
1%-lH
lH-1%
1%-lX
1%-lX

1%-1%
1%-1%

1%-lX
1%-lX
lYs-lX

1X-1X
1X-1H
lX-1%
1X-1H

1X-1%
1%-1%
1^-1^
1X-1%
lYx-1%

1X-1X

Saturday
Sunday
1X-1X

28....

months'

supply

four to

lVi-1%
lX-1%
IVa-1%
1%-1%
1K-1%

1X-1X
1X-1X
1X-1X

Saturday

Call Loans

better
of

1X-IX

22..,:;.:
23-.-

27....

v-;

1^-1M

Five months..

case

Federal

ACCEPTANCES.

Week Ended—

the market for commer«ial

also in
names

2

1H-1Y
1%-lY
1H-1A
1YS-1A
lVs-VA

18

Sun day

30

.........

14....

Satur day

..

lYs-lYu
lYa-lYj
1YS-IX
1%-lX
1%-lX

1H-1 Yj

1H-1Y
1H-1Y
15A-1Y

24....

-:v? "

Satur day

.......

22

.........

11

.

@2H
@2 X
@2H
@2X
@2X

2

9

10....

v

Sun day

.

8....

17

@2 X

®2X
@2 H

5 Months.

t

2

2

.

1K@2

.......

25

York

Sunday
1%-lY

4

Satur day

18

28

@2 X

2

1%@2
1%@2

.......

.......

16

26

2

®2X
@2X
@2X

2

©2%
@2%

14

21

New

the

90 Days
120 Days
60 Days
30 Days
150 Days
180 Days
Bid d- Ask
Accept' ces Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid <k Ask Bid & Ask Bid <t-

6

V'.T

Satur day
Sun day

...

.

13

17

4 Months.

90 Days.

Sun day
....

15

in

volume

7._._

1

12

come

Secured by

5

11

noted, had

was

during the* month and accounted

March Call Loans

3

Rales on Mixed Collateral.

10

the

interested, it

Reserve District.

2

March

9

are

1....

in the table which follows:

8

A moderate amount

no

of the

6

in

increase

an

1930.

products in which the Farm Board and

on

many

then

volume

period from Dec. 31 to Feb. 28. and particularly during the
month of February.
The total Feb. 28 1931 was $164,041,734

latter

part of the month, but there were concessions on
occasions the rest of the month, the outside rate often
being no higher than 1%.

of acceptance

close record

000,000
made

April
for

1,

own

account and reduced loan¬

Loans for

own

account

against $1,267,000,000

out-of-town

banks

were

on

were

Feb.

$1,391,-

25;

$258,000,000

loans

against

15

REVIEW
$260,000,000, and loans "for account of others" $226,000,000
The New

.

a

March,

the

March

borrowing during

further increase in

tion, also showed
The

,

Exchange, in its monthly compila¬

York Stock

following

statement

made

during February.
"total net loans by New

reported

increase

the

contracted
for ,and carried in New York" for Mar. 31 $1,908,810,494
against $1,839,756,058 Feb. 28 and $1,720,345,318 at the close
of business on Jan. 31.
This, it will be seen, was an increase
of $69,054,436 during March and of $118,465,176 for Feb¬
ruary and March together.
Previously there had been an
uninterrupted contraction in these monthly ~ totals ever
since April 30 of the previous year, when the amount of the
Stock Exchange borrowing stood at $5,063,131,359.
York

Stock

Exchange

volume

The

of

members

collateral,

on

credit

Reserve

Federal

outstanding,

as

by the bill and security holdings of the 12 Federal

measured

reduction, increased
again the last week of March.
Between Jan. 28 and Feb. 25
the amount of these holdings was reduced from $945,405,000
to $895,607,000, and after some increase in the week ending
Mar. 11 (following a small decrease in the week ending Mar.
4), which raised the amount to $928,656,000 Mar. 11, declined
to $847,255,000 Mar. 25, but increased again to $92$,615,000
April 1. The acceptance holdings of the 12 Reserve institu¬
tions, after being up to $151,402,000 Mar. 11 against $100,555,000 Mar. 4, fell to $83,272,000 Mar. 25, but were $166,622,000 April 1. The holdings of United States Government
securities underwent some sharp changes as far as the sepa¬
rate items are concerned, though showing no great changes
as far as the grand total of the holdings is concerned.
This
total rose from $599,443,000 Feb. 25 to $617,746,000 Mar. 18,
Reserve Banks, after showing further

j

Of the South African gold offered
the month,
France obtained

£1,300,000.

Money rates eased off somewhat in London, open market
discounts for three months'

but

that

did

$178,195,000
fell from

$53,223,000,

to

"bonds"
Presumably the item of

$76,025,000 to $66,959,000.

certificates

and

bills

holdings

the

and

included

of

certificates

one-day

some

by the United States
Treasury pending the collection of the Federal income taxes.
While no information on that point was furnished in the
return, we observe that the New York Federal Reserve Bank
representing

in

temporary

the acquisition

of England.

that the Treasury found it

says

$170,000,000

Mar. 16
the Reserve Banks against special one-day certificates

from

obtain

to

temporarily

on

of indebtedness, and that

totaling $86,000,000

sold on Mar. 16 to the New York

banks

banks.

were

evidently

Boston

the

in the holdings of Treasury notes

represented

Banks had accumulated and
The only

$20,000,000 to

additional

an

The big decrease

18

Mar.

and

which

notes

now

the

Reserve

turned in for redemption.

explanation given in the Reserve statement itself

contained in the remark that "holdings of United States

was

securities,

largely

connection

000.000".
bills
the

with

as

a

of

result

quarterly

Treasury

increased

payments,

tax

operations

in

$13,-

(The increase in the holdings of certificates and
been

had

holdings

almost

of

entirely

"notes"

and

offset

by

the decreases in

"bonds".)

The

of

"bonds",

the

decrease

$66,959,000 Mar. 18, Showed no great change
thereafter, being reported at $66,633,000 Mar. 25 and $66,600,000 April 1. The gold reserves of the 12 Reserve Banks
from

rose

and

were

$3,081,322,000 Feb. 25 to $3,126,368,000 Mar. 25,
The amount of Federal

$3,115,202,000 April 1.

Reserve notes in circulation showed

to week until

week

the final

no

great changes from

week, when there

was large
expansion, leaving the amount April 1 $1,497,811,000 against
$1,448,416,000 Feb. 25.
COURSE
^

OF STERLING EXCHANGE DURING MARCH.

The sterling exchange market,

while dull, showed

tinctly firm tone in March, and the future
with

London

less

concern

than

for

some

a

dis¬

viewed in

was

time

£169,331,

which

was

by

followed

previously.

slight

a

return for subsequent weeks all showed very substantial
additions to the Bank's stock of the metal, the increase for
the week ending Mar. 18 being £1,097,585; for the week end¬
ing Mar. 25 £1,691,888, and for the week ending April 1
£868,686.
Cable transfers at New York on London the

latter part of the month
ferent

days, and

on

touched 4.86 on

Mar. 31

a

number of dif¬

4.85 13/16@4.85% against

were

$4.85 % @$4.8513/16 on Monday, Mar. 2. Canadian exchange
at New York advanced to par and a premium the first half
of the month, but ruled at a discount again the latter half
of the month.

The United States acquired further

consid¬

erable amounts of gold during March.
This came mostly
from Latin .America at New York, though some further
amounts

China.
the

were

received

the Pacific Coast from

on

The New York Federal

Reserve

gold movement for the month

as

Japan and

Bank summarizes

follows:

"Gold imports through the Port of New York during March
included chiefly

receipts from South America and Mexico;
from Argentina, $2,900,000 from Colombia,

came

$1,200,000 from Uruguay, and $3,600,000 from Mexico.
San

$1,600,000

Francisco,

$1,600,000 from China.

At

received from Japan, and
There was in addition a gain of
was

$3,000,000 to the country's gold stock through a decrease in
the amount of
were

cates that the

$26,500,000,

as

gold held under earmark for foreign account.

negligible, and

a

preliminary estimate indi¬

the result of net 'imports and changes in ear¬

marked holdings during the
As

a

country's gold stock has been increased about

month."

result of the further increase in

gold by the United

States during

March, the New York Reserve Bank observes,
the monetary gold stock of the United States has now
attained a level which is slightly above the highest point
previously shown by published figures, which was reached
in May 1927.
THE CONTINENTAL AND

OTHER

FOREIGN

EXCHANGES.

French exchange was somewhat easier during March and

exchange

on

Belgium

decidedly weak the latter part of

was

March, but with these exceptions rates of exchange at N. Y.
the

on

Continental

centers of

Europe manifested

rising

a

tendency, with the German mark particularly strong.

No

change occurred in the discount rates by any of the central
banks of Europe except that the

On March 13

South African Reserve Bank reduced its rate from 5%

the
to

Rumanian National Bank

March 31 lowered its rate from 9% to 8%.

on

5%, being the first change since Sept. 29 1930.

that the Bank of

England

was

The fact

able to re-enforce its gold hold¬

ings seemed to find reflection in rising rates of exchange at
down to 3.91 3-16c the latter

$76,025,000

from

of

of the other continental centers. Cable transfers

to

after

did not interrupt

supplies of the metal by the Bank

new

were

$497,564,000 to $468,698,000, and the return for April 1
the amount at $468,537,000.
The holdings of
Treasury notes increased again from $53,223,000 to $63,227,000 on Mar. 25, and were $63,226,000 April 1.
The
11

New York, and

or

some

reported

Mar.

of

militate against exchange on

to

appear

bills down

from

holdings

being quoted

for

return

Mar. 25 showed the holdings of certificates and

31

Mar.

loss, namely, £32,853, in the week ending Mar. 11, but the

participation in these certificates

City

on

For the week ending Mar. 4 the Bank showed

increase

an

borrowing

its "Monthly Bulletin"

necessary

not

London either at Paris

Exports

reduced from

bills

2%% against 2 11/16@2%% at the end of February,

at

while the

notes were

Russia during the latter part of
- ^
1
-V

March.

$11,500,000

of Treasury

Belgium

and

£1,200,000

About 20,000,000 reichsmarks of gold were re¬

ceived by Germany from

fel} to $598,55S,000 Mar. 25. and was $598,363,000
April 1. The changes in tlhe separate items of these hold¬
ings occurred almost entirely in the week ending Mar. 18,
the period the financing of the United States Government
was carried through.
In this week the holdings of certifi¬
cates and bills jumped from $350,4S4.000 to $497,564,000,

but then

holdings

in the open market earlier

in

against $271,000,000.

on

Paris

part of March and sold at

3.913-16@3.915-16c Mar. 31, against 3.9113-16@3.9115-16c
March 2.

on

A flow of funds from France to London was

largely responsible for the easing of French exchange and
for

cessation

the

that the

stance

of French takings of

French

gold.

The circum¬

banking authorities by agreement

working in co-operation with the banking authorities

were

in London to
of course.

support the pound sterling was also a factor

Throughout the month French francs were under

both with respect to the dollar and the pound sterl¬

pressure

Money was so abundant in Paris that French interests
found difficulty in placing their funds.
Paris in conjunc¬
ing.

tion

with

understood to have arranged a

other markets is

1,325,000,000 fr.

loan for Rumania totaling

or

approximately

$51,940,000 and the American participation in it is believed
to have been $8,000,000 to $10,000,000.
Some weakness was
also occasioned by the failure of three of the smaller French
banks in connection with the difficulties of the

Co.

While it was felt

cause

tia-t

Aero-Postale

the failures were due to

a

single

and not likely to spread, some nervousness developed

The exchange situation with respect to France also greatly

in Paris lest the failures

improved, and the drain of gold by Paris

shifting of French funds such as was witnessed last autumn.
The Bank of France continued to add to its holdings of gold,

As
>

a

consequence

the Bank of England

on

London ceased.

was

able to acquire

much of the offerings of gold in the open market at

London,

and, accordingly, was able to build up its reserves of the

metal,

which had

evidently took
such

had

as

livery.

The

"Monthly

England

become considerably impaired.

France

gold in the London open market except
been previously contracted for forward de¬
no

Federal

Review"

Reserve

says:

Bank

"During

of

New

March

York
the

In

Bank

open

South Africa.

The German

On the 17th of the month the Bank of Eng¬

land made its first open market purchase since March 1930.




159,140,207 fr.; for the week ending March 14 the increase
only 12,112,095 fr. and for the week ending March 21,
no more than 8,031,867 fr.,
with 13,557,980 fr. increase in
of

was

the week ending

market and the receipt of £750,000 in sovereigns from

forerunner of another heavy

in diminishing amounts the latter part of the month.
For the week ended March 7 the Bank reported an increase

of

able to increase its gold holdings by £3.000,000.
mainly through the purchase of £2,600,000 of gold in the

a

but

its

was

be

transfers

on

March 28.

mark took

a

sharp turn upward and cable

Berlin the latter part of March sold as high as

23.84 and March 31 were 23.81%@23.82% as against
March 3.

largely
centers,

23.76%

This improvement in the mark appeared to be due

to the

return flow of

Germain funds from other

particularly from -Switzerland and Holland, with

.

MONTHLY REVIEW

16

inflow, too, of other funds from those centers and

an

from

Paris, London and New York into Germany to take advan¬

Another element of

tage of the higher level of money rates.

strength was the financing of the Berlin City Electric Co.

by

an

stated

'international group of ba'nkers. Advices from Berlin
that 75,000,000 marks or approximately $30,000,000

of foreign
this

funds would be sent to Germany as a result of

Towards the close of the month money rates

operation.

in Berlin declined

result of the influx of

as a

capital and this appeared further to promote Confidence

new

in

considerably

Another

investments.

German

stimulating factor was

Dutch exchange the latter part

by
on

the

of the month

York bankers to have

New

been

believed

was

intervention

due to

part of the Bank of the Netherlands, it being the

practice of this central bank to use its foreign balances in
order to hold its gold reserves intact.
In the case of Swiss
cable

exchange

transfers

Switzerland

on

Mar. 31. against 19.'24% @19.25 Mar. 2.
currencies
a

quite

generally

of funds

London

markets.

and

Berlin

however,

This,

cable

after

The 'Swedish

26.79

from

declined

transfers

the

to

was

Mar.

5

to

growing strength manifested by the German ministry
under Dr. Heinrich Bruening in the German Reichstag.

crown

Acceptance of tihe German budget by the Reichstag occurred
on March 25 and this was followed the next day by adjourn¬

to

fall

on

cable transfers fell from 26.75% Mar. 2 to 26.74 Mar. 6,

the

of that

ment

body for 6 months

Germany showed

an

October 13, this

until

or

marking the closing of the winter

session.

The Bank of

increase in its gold holdings in the first

ing,

loss of 61,000

a

increase again of 37,-

280,000 marks in the fourth quarter. The Italian lira showed
great variation in rates, but continued to rule at close to

no

the

highest figures of the

year, one

the adverse trade balance

factor in this being that

against Italy

being steadily

was

diminished.

Exchange rates

on

the countries neutral during the

war

softer in the

were

case

of 'Swiss francs and decidedly lower

in the case of the Dutch

there

was

guilder, though in this last instance

considerable recovery the latter half of the month.

Cable transfers

Amsterdam dropped from 40.11 March 2

on

26.76%

16,

Mar.

touching

that

general course,

selling

after

and

26.74% @26.75.

at

the

with

but

The
the

upward as

close

of

the

the

result
of

month

credit to the Bank

stabilization

national

at 26.76 Mar. 23 closed Mar. 31
Spanish peseta fluctuated widely,

general trend

towards

extension

of

of the
inter¬

an

Spain aggre¬

gating $60,000,000 under guarantee of the Spanish
ury,

moved higher in the caise of the Scandinavian centers, but

to

The Danish crown followed much the
it first declining and then recover¬

26.75% @26.75%.

of

an

advanced

then

and

10,

Mar.

point again Mar. 23 and Mar. 24, with the range Mar. 31
same

791,000 marks in the second quarter, but

but then rose to 26.79% Mar. 24, only
back to 26.76% Mar. 31.
The Norwegian crown

2G.76%

quarter of the month of 285,000 marks; a further increase
marks in the third quarter, with

on

19.23%

these countries

from

weakness the early part of the month.

some

at

notwithstanding

higher,

ruled

further movement

sold

The Scandinavian

Treas¬

by comprehensive banking groups in New York and

by

respectively

headed

Paris,

J.

Morgan

P.

& Co.,

and;

Paris et deS Pays Bas. The credit is in the
18 months revolving fund of which the American

the Banque de
form of an

portion is $38,000,000 and the French portion $22,000,000.
The rate at which stabilization of the peseta is to be effected
for future determination to

has been left

experience

developments

shall

by

be governed

Cable

dictate.

Mar. 16, but were back to 40.10% Mar. 24 and
sold March 31 at 40.08@40.09. The break gave rise to reports

what

of

March 18, then recovering to
10.90 March 28 and being 10.92@10.{M March 31, against

to

40.07%
the

possibility

of gold

exports

to

New

York, but the

general opinion seemed to be that the Bank of the Nether¬
lands would intervene to prevent this by the use of its foreign

This evidently -was what happened the latter part

balances.
of

The

month.

the

repeated weakness

in

guilders

was

ascribed largely to the lower money rates in

Amsterdam, the
private discount rate having dropped tol%, inducing a heavy
of Dutch

flow
York

for

funds to

Berlin, London and

profitable

more

employment.

to New

even

The

in

recovery

and

transfers on Madrid sold as high as 10.98 on March 10,
were

down again

but

to 10.35%

10.44@ 10.50 Mar. 7.
King Alfonso on Sunday March 22,
issued a decree completely re-establishing constitutional
guarantees in Spain for the first time since the beginning
of the Primo de Rivera dictatorship in 1923.
The decree

sweeping than that issued just before the fall of

was more

the Berenguer
pare

government and which was intended to pre¬

the way for the municipal and general elections.

With

RATES OF EXCHANGE ON CONTINENTAL CENTRES.
Paris

Swiss

Amsterdam

Antwerp

Italian

Greek

Francs

Francs

Guilders

Belga

Lire

Drachma

Bankers'

Bankers'

Checks

Cables

Checks

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

1

Checks

3 3.91»i6a3.91% 3.9i»i6a.9i% 19 ,23%a.25% 19.25019.25%
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3.91%

i 19 ,23%a.24% 19.25%a.25%

3.91 %

5 3.91%a.91»i6
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19 23al9.24% 19.24%ol9.25
19.24%

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8

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3.916i«

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3.91»i«
SUN DAY
29
30 3.91

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SUN DAY

,23019.23% 19.24019.24%
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1.29%

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1.29%
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SUN DAY

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07a40.08
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1.29%

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1.29*16

1.29%
1.299i6

1.29*16
1.29*16

.29*160.29%

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

1.29%

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SUN DAY

SUN DAY

f

SUN DAY

23%a.24% 19.25019.25%
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SUN DAY

SUN DAY

2 33 ,91%a3.91 %

19.24

3.91si«

20 3.91 %a3.91%
21 3.91»i6o3.91%
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16 3.91*6203.91*16 3.91*3203.91%

1.29%
1.29%

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

I

.07 %a40.09 40.09% 0.09% 13 .92013.93%
08%a40.10 40.09 %a.l0% 13 .92013.93

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

15

,22%a.24% 19.24%a.24%
,22%al9.24 19.24al9.24%
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19.24019.24%
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13.94%
40.08a40.10
13 ,92%a.93%
5.2318u
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06O40.08
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5.23%
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5.2318id
5.237i»o2311>«
13.94
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40.09
13 .92013.93%
,07a40.08%
SUN DAY

9 3.91%a3.91% 3.91%a3.91»i6l9 ,22%al9.24 19.24%a.24%

Cables

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

,07a40.10

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

Bankers'
Checks

Cables

Checks

Cables

Checks

Cables

SUN DAY

,23%al9.24 19.24%al9.25

2 3.91#i«a3.91 %

Bankers'

Bankers'

Bankers'
Cables

1.29*16

5.24
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08a40.09% 40.09%a.l0% 13 .90%a.91% 13.92013.92% 5.23%a2318ie
5.24
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5.2316i6
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07 %a.08% 40.09a40.09 % 13 .90%o.91 %
5.23%a2318i« 5.23%a23l5i« 1 .29*160.29%
07 %a.08% 40.09a40.09% 13 .90%a.91%
5.23%a2318n 5.23%a2318ie 1 .29*160.29%

1.29*16
1.29®t6

1.29*16

13.9113%o13.92

40.09
07 %a.08%
SUN DAY

113 .90al3.90%

I

5.2318ie

13.91%a.9l% 5.237i6a23ni*

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

1.29*16

1.29*16
11 .29*160.29%
SUN DAY

1.29»u

07%a.08% 40.09% a.09% 13 .88%o.90% 13.90%a.91 % 5.23%a231,i« 5.2318i#a23%il .29*160.29%
13 .88%a.90% 13.90ol3.91
5.23%a.23% 5.23nica23% 1 .29*160.29%
06%a.08% 40.08a40.09

Denmark

Sweden

Norway

Kroner

Kroner

Kroner

Bankers'

Bankers'

Berlin

Vienna

Rcichsmarks

Schilling

Pesetas

Bankers'

Bankers'

-1.29*16

Bankers'

v

Spanish

Mar.

Checks

1
2

...

...

3

...

4

...

5

—

6
•

...

7

...

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...

9

...

10

...

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Cables

SUN DAY

Checks

Cables

SUN DAY

v:

' Bankers'

Checks

Cables

SUN DAY

Checks

Checks

Cables

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

26.740.77% 26.780.78% 26.73026.74% 26.75026.75% 23.75a23.77

Cables

Checks

v

Cables

SUN DAY

14.060.14% 10.42ol0.55
14.06a.l4% 10.61al0.71

10.44010.50

23.77023.77%

14.05

26.72%a.74 26.74%o.75 26.76a.77% 26.780.78% 26.73%o.74% 26.75a26.75% 23.74%o23.77 23.76%a.77%
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23.77
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14.05

23.75a23.77
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23.75%a23.77 23.77 %a23.78

14.05

14.06a.14% 10.66al0.76
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10.71010.83%

14.05

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26.73026.74

26.75

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SUN DAY

.72%a.73%
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26.730.74%
26.72%a.74
26.73

SUN DAY

26.74o26.75
26.75

SUN DAY

26.74%

26.74%a.75 .76%a.77%

26.740.74% .75%a.76%

SUN DAY

26.78%
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SUN DAY

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SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

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SUN DAY

26.77%a.78
26.770.77%

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26.78%

SUN DAY

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26.76

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23.84

14.05

SUN DAY

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SUN DAY

14.05

SUN DAY

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municipal elections

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checks sold at 261-16 March 16. against 22%

April 12, rights of

free speech and assembly were re-established as a necessary

preliminary, but the movement

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in March

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RATES OF EXCHANGE ON OTHER CITIES.
Czecho¬
Mar.

Bul¬

Bucharest

Polish

Hungary

Serbia

garia

Finnish

Argentina

Brazil

Kronen

Lei

Zloty

Pengo

Dinar

Lev

Markka

Peso

Milreis

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2

slovakia

Dollar

1

Canada

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Checks

Checks

Checks

Cables

Checks

Checks

1.76

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8.25

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2.96

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2.96

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11.20

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ew

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF
1931.

Bond Sales.

March

The tables

on

embrace every

They need

security dealt in

on

Jan. 1 to March 31.

-

a

We give bonds first, using the classification adopted in the

the Exchange.

A few other bonds, like the Holland-American Line 6s, for

Sales in
Value.

page

of bonds and last

N.

Y.

page

reasons, are

which

also quoted "flat,"

This method of quoting bonds

of stocks.

PRICES

Price

BONDS

March.

special

,

last

see

month when the bonds mature.

quotation "flat" will be found against the name of the issue.

became effective Jan. 2 1909.

footnotes to tables

The tables
official list.

The exceptions to the rule are income bonds and bonds on

price to which accrued interest must be added.

but where this is the case the

For

Stock Exchange during

adopted by the New York Stock Exchange in 1909, all quotations for interest-paying bond

In accordance with the rule
at

85,658,034
172,343,252

extended introduction, as they are self-explanatory.

no

The black-faced letters in the column headed "Interest Period" indicate in each case the

are

1930.
96,552,040
226,694,430

1931.

Shares

18 to 40 furnish a bomplete record of the transactions on the New York

pages

since January 1.

interest is in default.

1931.

Stock Sales.
March

$344,369,800
748,402,800

688,356,650

March and range

DURING MARCH

1930.

.$242,665,000

Jan. 1 to March

PRICES

BOND

S'C

1931.
I

U S GOVERNMENT

RANGE

MARCH.

IN

JAN.

SINCE

1.

Jan. 2

STOCK EXCHANGE.

Bid.

Ask

March 2.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Lowest.

March 31.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

First Liberty Loan—

532,000
1,000

First 3

J

J

D

1932-1947

-

Registered

J

IOI1232 Mar.
101

D

10227siSale

1022032 Sale

1022332 Sale

®32

2 101«33 Mar.

6

Mar. 4 IOH632 Mar. 9

1022032

Mar.

IO21832 Mar.

D

1932-1947 J

...

First Second 4% a

1012 *32 Sale

100I(13iFeb.

2 102»3» Jan.

24

101 "32 Mar.

4 101*«i»Jan.

5

29 103**»Jan.
3 103*»i Jan.

27

D

Registered.....
First 4Ms

101**32 Sale

D

J

101«e3»Sale

D

1932-1947 J

Registered.....
First 4s

744,000
53,000

D

Vi®~-—J—.--.-^-1933-1947

102

2 1022»32 Mar. 7
4 102*833 Mar. 4

102«3j Jan.

102*31 Feb.
102

Sale

Jan.

Fourth Liberty Loau—

1,716,000
21,000

1,282~666

i

103 1532

O

10315siSalo

1944-1954

Mar.

2 IO32932 Mar.13
IO31632 Mar. 2 1032532 Mar. 6

1 112 632 sale

IIO2032

Mar. 2 112**32 Alar.18

1126jj Sale

1102<>32 Sale

1*08 «3-» Sale"

f662*032 "Sale l672T3;"saTe" 1602032

Treasury 3%s
Registered

492~66O

Treasury 3%s
..1943-1947
Registered.
Treasury $H
June 15 1940-43
Registered...................

...1946-1956 M

S

M

Panama Canal 3s

1961

2

29 104*31 Jan.
29 1033*sjJan.

26

D

J

2

lOS^Alar .13

D

J

!092«3iFeb.

1052»31Feb.

1082*3tJan.
1042032

Mar.

2 106 *32 Mar. 18

106*31 Sale

1042«32 Sale

1052132 Sale

i021_332Sale*

101""" "Sale

fofzVjj'saTe" 166203; Mar"

102 ®3i Sale

166 28*32 "SaTe

IOI1532 Sale

1002133 Mar.

ibi'rt Sale"

10 i *3i "Mar .*31

D

J

102*«siJan.

2 1138aj Jan.

22

27 11220iiJan.
2 1092si Jan.

27

104*32 Feb.

26

20
12

12 1082*iiJan.
3 107*33 Jan.

20

S

J

D

1941 1942 M

Treasury 3%s

1022<3,Jan.

112»3jJan.
Mar.

D

943~66O

"1*175

Sale

O
D

Registered

831*566

103iss2

103i 632 Sale

A

Treasury 4s

1032632 Sale

J

1947-1952 A O

Treasury 4 Vis

Registered

1,194^666

103193iSale

J

1933-1938

Registered.
Conversion 3s coupon

A O
A

Fourth 4Vis...

3

Jan.

2 102

Alar."

7

1002®32Alar.

3 1012632 Alar.17

1002*.i2Alar.

2 102832

10 3 23t Jan.

S

id^ejjMar.

18

2 103*33 Jan.
19 1032« Jan.
3 102303iJan.

23
19

24

101*32 Mar. 31 1012*3:Mar. 18

QM

STATE AND CITY SECURITIES
New York City—3%s

Last sale

May 1954 M N
1955 MN

4s Registered

85% Aug.'29
99% Jan. 13

1956 M N

1957 M N

4% Corporate stock
4Vi% Corporate stock

99% Jan.
99

102

102

106% Feb.
9 107% Jan.
107% Jan. 26 107% Jan.

Nov 1957 M N

Corporate stock
4% Corporate stock
4% Corporate stock...
4Vis corporate stock
4 34 s

1958 M N
1959 M N
1931 A O
1969 M S
1964 M S

4Vis

101

99

1971 J D
1963IM S
1965 J D
J
1967

27
26

19 100% Jan.

24

101

1972 A O

4%» Corporate Stock
4%« Corporate stock
4 %s Corporate stock
4 Vis Corporate stock

4Via

1961 J

N Y State Canal 4s

—

100

99

100%

I;~~-

100% Mar. 28 100% Alar. 28

100%

Jan.

106% Janrii 155% "Alar ."28
Last sale

110%

110%

~99%~0~ct"'29

110%

J

112

...1963 M S

434s

13

102

May 1957 M N

4 %a

2,000

92

Nov. 1954 MN

registered

3%% Corporate stock
4s

Jan.

Jan.

8 112

8

FOREIGN GOVT. & MUNICIPAL'S
w

61,000 Agric Mtge Bank a f 6s
1947 F A
89,000
Sinking fund 6s A
Apr 15 1948 A O
154,000 Akershus (Dept) est! 5s
1963 M N
J
51,000 Autloquia (Dept of) Col 7s A....1945 J
External • f 7s ser B
149,000
1945
External s f 7s ser C
39,000
1945
External s 17a ser D
55,000
1945
Ext sec a f 7s
1957
94,000
2d series trustr ecte
72,000
1957
Extl sec s f 7s 3d series
1957
67,000
116,000 Antwerp (City) extl loan 5s.
1958

128,000
241,000
131,000
432,000
234,000
120,000
207,000
282,000
128,000
137,000
39,000
867,000
593,000
681,000
173,000
409,000

Argentine Govt public works 6s_1960 A O

Argentine Nation (Govt)
Exrl

a

I g 6s of Oct

Extl

s

s

ser

s

A

B

t 6s

(Sanitary Works)

Public Works est

a
a

f 5 Vis

Argentine (Rep) 5o of 1909

External g 4%s of 1928
Austrian Govt 8 f 7o
s

1 7s

53,000 Bavaria (Free State) extl 6 Vis

178,000 Belgium 25

year

cOaali sale.




1958 J

D

.I960 M S
1961 F A
M N

1962 F A
1945 M S

July 15 1955 J

External loan 5s of 1927

International

1957 MS

f g 6s__May 1961

Australia 5a of 1925

D

_1960 M N

f 6s (State Ry)

Py£>hc Works* est

1959 J

1959 A O

ser

f 6s of May 1926

External
Extl

f 6s

1925

Sinking fund gold 6s
External 1st s f 6s

a

external 634a

J

1957 M S
M ft

Sale

50

Sale

64

65

Sale

96

Sale

Sale

56

52% Sale
53% Sale

56

53

40%

Sale
44

44

Sale

43%
97%
90%
90%
90%
90%
90%
90%
90%
91%
90%
83%

Sale

Sale

91%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

91%
Sale
Sale
Sale

86

84

Sale

71

Sale

70%

Sale

64

Sale

66%

52

Sale

90

Sale

97

81

82

84

S

JAI

107%

Sale

Mar.

5

75

Alai\ 18

51

Jan.

2

75

Mar. 18

65

Mar.

5

50

Jan.

2

2

Alar. 11

94% Jan.

2

W*
97

Mar. 11

Mar.

IVA
97

Alar. 11

96

57% Mar.

3

69

Mar. 11

56

69

Mar. 11

56% Mar.

3 c69%
4
68

Mar. 20

51% Jan.
53% Jan.

3 c69% Mar. 20
Alar.12
68
2

61

61

105%

IVs

61
62

55
Sale

93
Sale

Sale

62%
61%

Sale

99%
95%

Sale

64

96
Sale

96

Sale

95% Sale

Sale

96%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

95%
95% Sale
95% Sale
95% Sale

Sale

95% Sale
90% Sale
87% Sale

Sale
Sale

68

Sale

Sale

68

Sale

Sale

63

Sale

Sale

Sale
..

iff

61

53

53%

52%
100%
92%
92%
.92%
93%
92%
92%
92%
92%
92%
86%
85%
66%
66%
61%

104

67

Sale

Sale

56

J

70

69

57%
57%

52%

A

D

69

96% Sale

65

56

F

1943 J
1957 J

1945
1949

65

51

94*

85%

109% Sale

106% Sale
95% Sale
87

110%

.

Sale
Sale

Mar.

Mar. 12

Feb.

24

Mar. 11

Alar. 11

Mar.

2

68

Mar. 11

52

Jan.

6

68

Mar.

3

66% Mar.

9

44

Jan.

5

66%

Mar.

53% Mar.

4

67

Alar.

9

44

Jan.

2

67

Mar.

55

4

65

Mar. 10

43^

Jan.

53

Mar.

99% Mar. 31 100% Mar.
2
98% Alar.
92% Mar.
92% Mar. 2 98% Mar.
92% Mar. 2 98% Mar.
2
98% Mar.
92% Mar.
92% Alar. 2 98% Alar.
Alar.
92% Mar. 2
92% Mar. 2 98% Mar.
2
98% Mar.
92% Alar.
Mar.
2
92% Mar.
Mar.
2
92
86% Mar.
85% Mar. 2 87% Mar.
Mar. 26
62
74% Mar.
62
Mar. 27
74% Mar.
57% Alar.. 26 68% Mar.
Mar.
2 cl08
105% Alar,
95
Mar. .30
97% Mar.
87% Mar.
85% Mar,
110% Mar.
109% Alar.
.

2

18
18

65
13 101
2

96% Feb.
89% Jan. 20

15

92

Alar. 20

Jan.
Feb.

26
20

87% Mar. 20

Feb.

20

76
75 *

52% Feb.
103% Jan.

19

69% Jan. "

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

20

83

Jan.

20
18

83
56

18

'55

19
18
18

18
27
9

11
10

9
30

20

18

89%
89%
89%
89%
89%
89%
89%

2

18

Jan.

Mar. 18

15

18

9

Alar. 10

98%
98%
98%
98%
98%
98%
98%
98%
98%

Jan.

18

*

90

16
16
19

21
16

•2 cl08

Mar. 18
Mar. 18

Mar. 18
Mar. 18

Alar. 19

Mar. 18
Mar. 18
Alar. 18

.Tan.

Jan.

5

Alar. 27

90

Jan.

2

97 % Mar.

78

Jan.

9

87% Feb.

107% Jan.

5
3
9

18

2 110% Alar. 10

19

a. y, stock exchange-bonds
Sales in

BONDS

March...
Value.

K.

Y.

STOCK KXCUANQK.

Foreign

257,000
183,000
310,000
16,000
40,000
60,000
87,000
163,000
39,000
150,000

Government

s

External

a

Ask.

Bid.

Sale

103% Sale

111%
107%
10034
94%

Sale

114

Sale

110% Sale
100
100% 101
96
96%

1956 MN

f 6s..1949 A

O

Oct 15 1949 A

O

8

f 5s

Sale

95%

Mar. 25

...1950 A

O

70%

Sale

82%

Sale

86% Sale

Mar.

91

Mar. 20

d

66

Sale

73%

Sale

79%

Sale

Mar.

s84

Mar. 21

92

Sale

83%

88

Sale

Mar.

Mar. 25

76

38

Sale

38

Sale

Mar.

Jan.

Sale

26

Sale

Mar. 31

25

Jan.

s

30

Sale

Sale

26

Sale

43% Mar. 17
35% Mar. 16
Mar. 27
33% Mar. 18
Mar. 10 105% Mar. 25

33

Sale

1934 MN

103%

28%
25%
104%
88%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

184,000
4,000
255,000
121,000
102,000
56,000
329,000
35,000
8,000
41,000
464,000

Cent Ry 30-year g 7s
Sink fd 7Jis (coffee sec;.,

1952 J

d

50

Sale

flat 1952 A

f 5s

90

66

Sale

M

1958 F

Sinking fund gold 5s
20-year s f 6s

"71%

1950

External

s

f g 6a series C-3

77
85

External

s

f 6s series C-2

85

1961 F

A

J
1967 J
1968 MN

Caldas Dept of (Colombia) 746s.. 1946 J
Canada (Dom) Gold 4s
___1960 a
.........1931 A

J

.....1936 F

44*8

O

A

Carlsbad (City) a t 8a
J
1954 J
Cauca Vail (Rep of Col)s f g 7%sl946 A O
Cent Agrlc Bank (Ger) 7s
..1950 M S
1960 J

J

1960 A

1 6s

f 6a

Farm loan 6s scries

O

Sale

63%
66%
72
60

Mar. 30

92

Mar.

7

71

Jan.

Mar. 31

Mar.

6

70% Mar.

70

Mar.

6

§5%
50

Jan.

Mar. 30

Jan.

Mar. 31

73

Mar. 17

50

Jan.

70
75

9 105

Mar. 24

99% Jan.

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

m

67

Feb.

17

64

Jan.

2

Mar.

3

Mar. 27

94% Mar. 20
88% Mar. 27

80

88
88

81
62

Jan.

2

62

Jan.

2

Sale

Mar.

2

65% Jan.
69
Jan.

16

62

63%

72

108

Sale

100%

Sale

102

Sale

105% Mar.
101% Mar.

106

Sale

102% Sale
108
109% 107% 108% 108
Sale
66
66
71% Sale
Sale
89
90
•90% Sale
79
79% Sale
7934 Sale
Sale
79
79
79% Sale

Sale

85

Sale

88

88

95
Sale

9934

Sale

95% Sale

80

Sale

81

85

Mar.

3 109% Mar. 23
2
77% Mar. 16
93% Mar. 4

Alar. 27

83

Mar.

Alar.

2

83

Mar.

6

Mar

2

89% Afar.
99% Mar.

2

74

Sale

Sale

813* Sale

74

Sale

80

Sale

82

Sale

1961 M S

74

Sale

80

Sale

82

Sale

Sale

80

Sale

82

Sale

Sale

80

Sale

82% Sale

80

S

1963 M N

i

■•••

73

d

86

Sale

Guaranteed

O

79
66

f gold 6s

1961

A

Guaranteed sinking fund 6s..1962 M N
Chilian Munic Loan 7s
1960 M S

Chinese Hukuang Ry 5s

1951 J

d

Christians (City) (Oslo)30-yr 6*1954 M S
Cologne (Germany) s f 64*8 .....1950 M S
1961 J

f 6s

f g 6s int rets

...1961

Colombia Mtge Bank 6 4v«
Sinking fund 7s of 1926

A

j

O

1947 A O
1946 MN

Sinking fund 7s of 1927...
1947
Copenhagen external 5s
....1952
Gold 4 3*8 Int ctfs
1953

100

M n

J

8
A

444s extl loan Series C
1949 f
30-year s f 54*8
1953 J
Public Works 54*8
June 30 1945 J
Cundinamarca (Dept Colombia)

76
Sale
101

74

Sale

57%
56%

Sale
Sale

55
56

62
Sale
Sale

51

J

d

1959 M N

1951 A

O

1952 A

O

115,000 Denmark 20-yr external gold 6s .1942
External g 54*8
119,000
1955
Gold 44*8
544,000
1962

J

329,000 Deutsche Bank Am part ctfs 6s
1932
161,000 Dominican Republics f 544s
1942
1st sec 544s of 1926.
77,000
1940
2d scries sinking fund
71,000
54jS
1940
23,000 Dresden (City) extl s f 7s
1945
41,000 Dutch East Ind 25-yr extl 6s
1947
40-yr external sink fd gold 6s .1962
70,000
30-yr external gold 5%s_.Mar 1953
10,000
30-yr external gold 53*s..Nov 1953
19,000
78,000 F.l Salvador (Rep) 1st 8 f 8s
1948
70,000 Estonia (Republic) 7a
.......1967

M

j

S

m

s

A

O

87

M N

79
75..
101% Sale

j

m

e

102

Sale

m

s

Sale

Sale

MN

101
101

J

J

102%

J

J

49

S

86% Sale

1950 m
M

...1958 F

30,000
1954 A
External 644s Ser B
1954 A
28,000
1953 m
151,000 Frankfort (City of) a f 64*s
698,000 French Republic 20-yr extl 74*s_.1941 j
External a f 7s of 1924
1949 J
367,000

Sale
59

8

94

Sale

S

88

Sale

a

76%

O

88
91

Sale

69

O
n

79

2

86

Mar. 18

5

86

Mar. 18

87

Alar. 18

72

Jan.

2

Mar. 18

86

Mar. 18

74% Jan.

5

86
88

Mar. 17

71

Jan.

2

87
86
86

Mar. 14

74

Jan.

2

88

Mar. 14
Mar. 23

90

Mar. 23

78

Jan.

5

85

Mar. 19

69

Jan.

5

90
85

78

Mar.

85

Mar. 20

72

Jan.

3

85

Mar.

86% Mar. 19

72

Jan.

5

86% Mar. 19

25% Mar. 19

Sale

101

Mar.

Sale

82

Alar.

89%

100

7234 Jan.

Mar. 10

56% Jan.

2

78

Alar. 10

Alar. 10

56

Jan.

2

5

73

Sale

66% Alar.

83

Mar. 13

55

Jan.

3

78
73
83

Alar. 10

52% Jan.

67

7634

Alar. 20

56

Jan.

2

Mar. 17

96% Jan.
9334 Jan.
57% Jan.

Sale
Sale

67

82

84

77

Sale

94%

Sale

70%
101

95%
73%
87%
86%
77%

74%
Sale

9836

Alar. 10

5

75

Mar. 10

89

Alar. 27

64

Jan.

6

89

Alar. 27

Sale

86

Mar.

88

Mar. 18

73% Jan.

2

88

Sale

75% Mar.

78%

Mar. 18

73

93

Mar.

95

Mar.

2

93

5
Jan.
Mar. 28

96

Alar.

97

Alar.

9

96

Mar.

89

80

Alar.

85% Mar.

95%

94

Alar.

81

Sale

68% Sale
109% Sale
109% Sale

93%

89

94

Mar, 27

99

Jan.

5

72

Jan.

2

81

Jan.

7

6

96

6
3

90% Mar. 30
90% Alar. 31

96

102

Mar. 12

102

Mar.

100% Jan.
100% Jan.

O

651,000 Grt Brit & Ire.. 20-year 544s
1937
Registered
2,000
4% fund £ op 1960 ($5=£1)
9,000
1990
5% War Loan fop 1929 (J5=£l)1947
11,000

.

19,000
85,000
218,000
55,000
176,000

Greater Prague (City) 744s
Greek Govt s t sec 7s

F

A

F

1964 MN

Sinking fund secured 6s......1968 F
Halt! (Rep. of) Cust s f 6s
1952

A

I960 m n

Irish Free State external 5s

Italy

(Kingdom)
sec s

external

s

f 7a.1951 J

D

91%
e99% 100%

c87%
e99

Sale

104

Sale

Sale

99

Sale

82%
94%

Sale

105%
101%
88%

6

14

Jan.

19

72

Alar. 18

Alar.

97

Alar. 11

84

Feb.

2

97

Afar. 11

Mar. 20

933* Jan.

5

99

Alar. 20

Mar. 20

88

Jan.

2

96

Alar. 20

88% Mar. 20

78

Jan.

5

Mar. 23

87

Jan.

27

89% Jan.

23

88 % Mar. 20
Mar. 23
94
93 V* Mar. 20

93% IVIar. 20
87

79% Mar.

Mar. 17

69

124

Alar.

126% Mar.

2

124

117

Alar.

121

Mar.

2

117

Alar. 11
7836 Alar. 30 84
102% Mar. 30 105% Mar. 6
100
Mar. 26 100% Mar.
3
105 % Mar .J 7 106% Mar.
2

Sale

89
e89%
100% e99
104
104%
98%
"99% Sale
86%
8834 Sale

e8834

~94~"

Alar.

80%
82%
72

81%
82%
98

101%
93

Sale

95

91
89%
94,% 100
89% Sale
92%
91%
85% Sale
96
9034

94%

92

Sale

81%
84

90

Sale

Sale

86
88

Sale

84

86%
100
Sale
Sale

J

Sale

a

103

Sale

92.

95%
89%

§£**
88

95
Sale

Sale

.

90%
102%
102%
9.9%
99%

Sale

9334

Sale

101% Sale

Sale

103

Sale

Sale

100

Sale

Sale

98%

96

Sale

98

94%

Sale

105

Sale

95% Sale

89%
100%
105%
102%
88%

Mar.

c99

85

92%

1965 m N

Sale

Sale

86

84
78

1952 J
1954 f

89

106%

96

8

Extl sinking fund 5 4*8

Sale
100

Sale

s

Italian Public Utility s 1 g 7s
Japanese Govfext s f 6 44s—

99

95

A 1937 m

ser

10234

Sale

f 7s series B.....1947 M

Italian Cred Consortium 7s
External

105% Sale
e91

j"b

Hamburg (State) 6s
1946
19,000 Heidelberg (City) extl s 1 73*8
1950
-.1960
48,000 Helslngfors (City) ext 64*8
1945
65,000 Hungarian Mun Loan 74*8
External s f 7s
Sept 11941
127,000
1961 M N
26,000 Hungarian Land Mtge 744s A
S 1 74*s series B
1961 M N
21,000
1944 F a
57,000 Hungary (King of) s f 74<s

105,000
1,251,000
113,000
110,000
433,000
333,000
.045,000

Sale

96% Sale

17
23

2
Alar. 17
87
Alar. 10 127
Feb. 18
Alar. 12 121 % Feb. 14

Jan.

6934 Jan.
99 3* Feb.

2

96% Jan.

2

2

84

Alar. 11

105% Alar.
1013* Feb.

6
9

a

1952 M N

...

101

Jan.

Jan.

Alar.

Sale

7 102

52

90

80

Alar. 26

99

92%

78% Sale
103% Sale
99% 101
106% Sale

96

1023* Feb.
102% Feb.

Mar. 18

94

Sale

2

2

72

Alar.

121

20

Jan.

101

105% Mar. 25

90

Sale

9

79% Jan.
101% Jan.

102% Jan. 24
23
1053* Mar. 25

99

120

Alar. 26

102% Alar. 3
102% Mar. 18

96

d

Mar. 10

21v

Jan.
Jan.

95% Mar.
9034 Mar.
8234 Mar.

84

6

Jan.

9734 Feb. 16
2
100% Mar. 10

Jan.

85

Sale

10734 Feb.

2 102
2

Jan.

Sale

80

2

85
84

Sale

12534 Sale
11834 Sale

104% Jan.
100% Jan.
93% Jan.
96

84

91%

2

88

98

Sale

2

Alar.

Alar. 10

93

Sale

Mar.

46 % Jan.
6 693* Alar. 11
109}* Mar. 10 111
Feb.
6
109% Jan.
5 110% Feb.
2

Mar. 10

96

Sale

126%

Mar. 17

87% Feb. 25

90% Mar. 30
90% Mar. 31

Sale

90%
93%

6

80

Sale

Sale

14

Feb.

6

106%
101%
96%
100%

Sale

92

Jan.

Alar. 19

58
Mar.
2
69% Mar. 11
109% Mar. 10 110% Mar. 16
109% Mar. 2 110% Alar. 19

Sale

88%

11

98

77% Mar. 20

73% Alar.

Sale

101%
96%

Mar. 18

7934 Feb.

6 100
Mar. 18

98

10534 Mar.
105% Sale
100% Mar.
101% Sale
95% Mar.
96% Sale
99
Alar.
99
Sale
99% Sale
91% Sale
97%
91% Alar.
94
87
Mar.
89%
87% Sale
Sale
87
Alar.
87
90% Sale
91
95
9334 Alar.
92
90%
102
Sale ' 10134 Alar.
Sale
102
Sale
102
10134 Alar.
101% Sale
101% 102
101% 103% 101% Mar.
1101% Mar.
101% 102% 101% 102
Sale 110134 Alar.
Sale
105
102
70
I 6434 Mar.
65%
64%
68%
106

.

75

87%

Sale

96% Mar. 10

Alar.13

8 101
Mar. 17
3
96% Mar. 10

Mar.

85%

Sale

101

Alar.

97

Sale

99% Alar.
95% Alar.

Alar. 13

7634 Mar. 20

67

88%

91

110

Mar.

85

Sale

94% Sale
97
97%

"79%

1954 MN

5
23 103
Feb. 11
6
8934 Mar. 14

Alar. 13

Sale

1949 A

7s

9.000 Graz (Municipality) 8s

Jan.

73

Sale

69% Sale

Mar. 20

28

78

125%

d

Mar. 19

78

d

1965 J

Jan.

Mar. 14

German Gov't International—

35-year 54*s of 1930
4,321,000
939,000 German Republic extl

Mar. 17

85% Mar.
77% Mar.

Mar.

86%

Sale

Mar. 18

Mar.

85

88%
95%
90%
82%
90%

Mar. 18

Alar.

109%

Sale

Jan.

71% Jan.

25

63

74%

84

Jan.

73

Feb.

66

Sale

87

7

66

75%

Sale

6
2

Mar.

Sale

Sale

89

Mar.

89% Mar.

Sale

72

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

83
83

Sale

73

90

104%
100%
93%
96%

2

2

73

66

58

2

68

67

Sale

100%
95%

Jan.

68% Jan.
78% Jan.
88% Jan.

773* Mar. 16
93% Mar. 4

Sale

63%
66% Sale
69

16

Sale

Sale

Sale

J

1945 M

«!

5

Jan.

72

Mar. 31

86%

Jan.

W*

Mar. 18

103

103

23

60

Mar. 18

Mar. 13

Sale

8
20

Alar. 18

26

Sale

30
26

86

25% Mar.

82

Mar. 20

76

94% Mar.
Mar. 10 1003* Jan.
2 10834 Mar.
103% Jan.
2 103
Alar.
100% Jan.
Feb.
7 109% Mar.
103

86

82%

101

5
59% Jan.
94% Mar. 26

100

86

25%

83

2

Mar. 20

83% Mar. 18
84% Mar. 20
75% Mar. 31
85
Mar. 16

6 100
2
86

8334 Sale

97

Sale
Sale

3

82

Sale

47%
109%
109%

81

Mar.

7

81

97%

O

A

69

73% Sale
68%
73
97
98%
98
99%

A

-1956

77

97% Sale
93%
40
57%

1949 f

External sinking fund 644®-

Sale

D

1944 M

120,000 Finland (Rep of) external 6s
External sinking fund 7a
86,000

76

J

7s..1951 MN

.

Sale

56

1942 J

(Rep of) 5s of 1904
5s ext debt Ser A of 1914

70

A

s f 7s
1957 f A
...Nov 15 1937 MN

Sale

88%
83% Sale

F

Cordoba (City) external

Cuba

66%
70
26%

Sale

Sale

Alar. 20

Mar. 30

J

74

Mar. 20

103

A

Sinking fund gold 644s guar.. 1961 J

Extl sinking fund 54-*8
Finnish mun loan 644s A

Sale

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 16

94% Mar. 30
100% Mar. 24
10834 Mar. 26

94% Mar.

104

85

76

6334 Mar.

1961 J
1962 M

Cordoba (Prov) Argen 7s
Costa Rica (Republic) extl

Sale

Sale

Sale

88

Mar. 20

Sale

68% Sale

25

88

83% Mar. 18
84% Mar. 20
75% Mar. 31

100

68

Feb.

6
2

2

Mar. 27

6

94% Mar. 20
88% Mar. 27

Mar.

82

3
9

Jan.

12

Mar.

ft*

Jan.
Mar.

30

Sale

Sale

99% Alar. 20
72% Jan.
3
69
83
78

Jan.

79% Sale

Sale

71

6

6
26
Mar. 24
Jan.

84% Jan.

79

83

17a

Mar.

6

Sale

Sale

s

82**
92

Sale

Sale

20

Mar. 13

94% Sale

Sale

Feb.

Mar.

100

79

21

80

Sale

62%

Mar. 20

Feb.

78

100%
105%

Sale

67

Jan.

53
53

23

Mar.

105

90

2

84%

External

2

6

Mar. 27

74% Sale.

s

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

d

it

Sale

g§3*

79%
76% Sale
93% Sale

1 64*a ..1957 J

Ext

99% Mar. 20

Mar. 23

1961 F

External sinking fund g 6s
External sink fund gold 6s
Ry ref extl s f g 6s
Extl 8 f 6* Int ctfs

a

Mar. 10

Sale

94% Mar. 27
7934 Mar. 3
79% Alar.
79% Alar.
79% Mar.
79% Mar.
79% Alar.

..1942 MN
1960 A O

1 & 7a

s

Sale

99%
63%

Jan.

92

Sale

*

Sale

100%

14

38% Jan. 16
3 105% Mar. 25

Sale

Sale
Sale

30

27

Sale

79

1938

w

"63%

Jan.

Jan.

64%

O

1952 M N

30-year gold 5s

Chile Mtge Bank ofgu

90

1960

Buenos Aires (Prov) ref. ext'laf6s 1961 M S

Extl sinking fund 6s
External sinking fund 6s

100

55

38

81

74%
75% Sale
89
90%
84% 100
69
83%

Sale

Mar. 25

92
6

Sale

Mar.

6

Alar. 20

Mar. 21

Sale

88*
ft*

62
Sale

64

1960

External s f 64*8
234,000
103,000 Czechoslovak (Rep of) exit 8s
Sink fd 8s ser B
54,000

119,000
80,000

A

Budapest (City) exits f 6s 1962.. 1955
Buenos Aires (City) extl 646s
1955

884,000 Colombia (Rep) external
82,000
90,000
36,000
247,000
146,000
67,000
16,000
30,000
99,000
37,000
9,000
16,000
18,000
177,000

88

6

1957

105%

Feb.

91

63% Sale
66% Sale
Sale
67% Sale
101% 103% 102% 104

66

99% 102%

1935 M S

7a trust recta

External s f 6%s
177,000
57,000 Bulgaria (Kingdom of a i g 7s
Stab loan 7%s int ret
94,000

642,000

O

Sale

2234 Feb.
103% Jan.

97
s84

Jan.

Sale

55

exts

Jan.

77

56%

Chile Republic

2

66

44

72

a

Jan.

30

O

5s

13

70

Jan.

J

O

s

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

1969 ml
bs

\.

Sale Prices.
7 104% Mar. 27
10 114% Mar. 16
2 111
Feb. 20
19 101% Feb. 20
3
9834 Mar. 18

Jan.
Jan.

1958 J

1945 A O

JAN.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

101%
110%
107%
100%
9534
943

Sale

d

a

9834 Mar. 18
97

1941 J

Farm loan

Mar.

97%

Mar.

1957 A
1957 A

Farm Loan

103
Sale

f g 6%« of 1926
f 646s of 1927

67,000
252,000
72,000
218,000
205,000
13,000
22,000
340,000
484,000
862,000
743,000
149,000
596,000
197,000
110,000
229,000
80,000
352,000
185,000
24,000
197,000
133,000
114,000
4,000
32,000
235,000

Sale Prices.
6 104% Mar. 27

Mar. 11 iH * Mar. 16
Mar.
2
Mar.
3
Mar.
100% Mar. 10

&
97

Ext

ext g

Mar.

Sale

762,000
640,000

Bris^pne (City)

Sale Prices.

96

Bolivia (Republic of) a f 8s .....1947 M N

Bremen

Ask.

104% Sale
114% Sale
110% Sale

Sale

Bogota (City) ext g 8a

s

Sale

95

1958 J

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.

...1960 m s

f 5s

148,000
External sec gold 7s
Extl sink fund 7s
156,000
143,000 Bordeaux (City of) 15-year
273,000 Brazil (U S of; external 8s
8

Ask. Bid.

102 %

Berlin (Germany) 8 1 6%a
External sinking fund 68

Extl

Bid.

J

Stabilization loan 7a

RANGE

MARCH.

Lowest.

March 31

d

Bergen (Norway) 25-year
External

March 2.

1931.

(Continued)
s f 6s__1955 J

t 7a

s

IN

Jan. 2

1955 J

Belgium (Concl) External
External

PRICES

Price

ii

99%
Sale

9536 Sale
106

Sale

96% Sale

Mar.

Mar.
Alar.

Mar.

9

105

Jan.

Mar. 20

e85% Feb.
e9S% Feb.

Alar.

2

104

Mar.

5

Alar.

2

2 107
20

92% Jan. 27
25 100% Jan. 27
2 106
Feb.
6
983* Alar. 27 102% Mar. 4
2
83
Jan.
88% Feb. 26

97

Mar. 20

93% Jan.

29

84%. Alar.
92% Mar.

92

Mar. 21

79

24

Mar. 30
Alar. 13

4
92% Alar.
5
8034 Jan.
8134 Jan, 16

Mar. 17

72

Jan.

2

Mar. 18

82% Jan.

21

Alar.

4

82

Alar.

2

84

Mar.

98%
9134
94%
87%

93

Mar.

95

92

Mar. 28;

88

Mar.

8934 Mar.

100% Mar.
102% Alar.
99

Mar.

97

Mar.

9334
101%
1033*
100%
99%

98
94% Alar.
923* Mar. 12 95%
105
Mar.
2110634
2
95
Mar.
9634

Alar. 21

Alar. 11

Mar.

6

Alar.

3

Mar. 31
Mar.

6

Mar. 17
Alar. 19

20

Jan.

Mar.

95

Feb.

993*
101%
92%
93%

Jan.

Jan.

Alar. 20
Alar. 21

Mar. 30

95

Alar. 18

Mar. 21

Mar. 13
Mar. 17

8

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

97
92

983*
9134
94%
87%

93% Alar.
5 102
Feb.

4

6

85

Jan.

2
2 104
Jan. 30
2 100 34 Mar.
6
7
99% Alar. 3
5
Mar. 31
98

78

Jan.

2

102% Jan.
91% Jati.

2
2

95% Mar.

10634 Alar. 17
96% Mar. 19

Jugoslavia (State Mtge Bank)—
Second s f g 7s
100,000
37,000 Leipzig (City) external

1957 a

c

A
a f g 7s.. 1947 F
D
11,000 Low Austria (Prov)sec a f g 744a.1950 J
115,000 Lyons (City of) 15-year 6s
1934 MN

•

63,000 Marseilles (City) 15-year 6a....,1934 M N
1954 J D
133,000 Medellin (Colombia) 64*8
25,000 Mexican Irrlg Assenting s f 444" 1943

c

Cash sale.

e

On the basis of $5 to the £




sterling.

76% Sale
75
99

103%
103%
40

37%

5

78
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

45

Option sale.

813* Mar.
82% Sale
90
Alar.
91
9434
98
lar.
99
92%
99%
104% Mar.
105% Sale
Sale
1043* Mar.
105% Sale
10434 105
47% Mar.
48
Sale
67% Sale
7
734 Mar.
8%
,834

78%

81%

85

89

99%
104%

14
5
31

83% Mar.
95

10 106

9

Mar. 11

99% Mar.

4

Mar. 27

10 10534 Mar. 30
Mar. 19
75
8

Alar. 18

76% Jan.
77% Jan.

2
6

98

103% Jan.
103% Jan.
40

83% Alar.
95

Mar. 31 100

Jan.

9

Alar. 11
Jan.

30

3 106
Mar. 27
2 105% Alar. 30
2
75
Mar. 19

8% Jan.

15

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS
Price

Sales in
March.

BONDS

Value.

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.

1931.
Bid.

FOREIGN GOV T (Concluded)
Mexico (U S) external

17,000

RANGE

IN MARCH.

PRICES

5a of I899£ 1945 Q

Assenting 5s large

Ask.

9%

Q~j

.......

24,000
8,000
30,000
22,000

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

12% Mar. 14

10

7% Mar. 13
Mar. 14
Mar. 16

1.

Mar. 21

Feb.
6% Feb.
8% Feb.

Aat^nting 4s of
910 small
Treas 4s of 1913 assent (large) 1933 J

J

Mar. 12

10
10

9%

12

11% Mar. 18

Mar. 11

10

87T" Sale

89"" Sale'

87

75% Jan.

53 %
53

Sale

53

88

12%

Sale

9

Mar.

6% Feb.
8

6%>„_I952 A O
Minas Geraes (State) Braxil.—
External sinking fund 6%a„...1958 M S
Ext sec 6%s series A
......1959 M S
Montevideo (City) a f g 7a......1952 J D
Ext s t g 6s series A
1959 MN
Netherlands s f 6s flat..........1972 M 8
New South Wales ext a f g 5a...1957 F A
External s f g 5s
1958 A
Norway 20-year ext a f 6s. Aug 15 1943 F
20-year external a f 6a. Aug 15 1944 F
30-year external a f 6s.._. Oct 1952 A
40-year ext a f 5H>
June 15 1965 J D
Milan City (Italy) ext loan

75,000 Oslo (City) 30 year a f 6a..
...1955
24,000
Sinking fund gold 5%s
1946
22,000 Panama (Rep) external 5 %s
1953
Extl s f 5s ser A
May 15 1963
45,000
64,000 Pernambuco (State) ext sec 7a..1947
161,000 Peru (Rep) Sec a f g 7a
......1959
997,000
National loan ext a f 6a..
1960
S F 6s int ctfs w i
1961
752,000
99,000 Poland (Rep of) g 6s
1940
Stabiliz loan 7a of *27. Oct 15 1947
612,000
External a f 8s
1950
198,000
44,000 Porto Alegre (City of) 8s
1961

M

8

76% Sale
46

48

40

45

71M

74
76

Prices.

Mar. 14
Jan. 31
Jan.
5
Mar. 12
Jan.
5
Jan. 13
Jan.
3
Jan. 19
Mar. 17

50% Mar. 30

64

65

Jan.

26

51

Mar. 28
5

64

65

Jan.

26

89

Sale
Sale

Mar. 18
Mar. 18

90

Mar. 10

90

Mar. 10

77

80

Sale

75%

Mar.

85% Mar.

5

75% Mar.

81% Mar. 27

7 106
Mar, 27 c66%
57
Mar. 27
66
105% Mar. 27 106

103% 103% 103% Mar.

65

Sale

Sale
Sale
60% Sale
Sale
105% Sale
105% 105% Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

61

58

Mar.

7
5

106% Mar. 16
12 102% Mar.
2

Sale

Sale

188

Sale

102

Sale

Sale

101

Sale

100% Mar.

100%

Sale

100

Sale

100

102

102%

103

101% Mar.
77
Mar.

100

D

100 M 100 M

A

63

M N
F A
J D

103

100 M

80

66%

89% Sale
42

J D
A O

i»

6
Mar. 31 101% Mar.
3 103
Mar. 18
4
83% Mar. 17

Sale

Sale

8iH

Sale

54

Mar.

4

Sale

Sale

55

Sale

49

Mar.

Sale

Sale

28% Sale

27

11*
70

Sale

27

Sale

80

Sale

69% Mar.
80% Mar.

Sale

30%

A O

64

Sale

Sale

A O

76M Sale
83 M Sale

Sale

60

2

75

8"

Sale

60

3

57

Mar. 16

41

Feb.

Mar. 30

40

Mar. 13

27

Mar. 30

Mar. 28

40

Mar. 13

27

Mar. 28

2

72

Mar. 20

3

83

Mar.

63% Jan.
75% Jan.
82

Jan.

EI*

Jan.
Jan.

72% Jan.
68% Jan.
86% Feb.
Feb.

6

3

80

Mar

58

Mar.
Mar.

2

71

87;
82 i

Mar. 12
Mar. 11'

89% Mar.

,

Sale

83

Sale

82% Mar.

3

Sale

Sale

Sale

77

Mar.

2

Sale

2
11

Mar. 20
Mar. 10

Sale

Sale

89

Mar.

3

97

Sale

Sale

Sale

79

Mar.

3

Sale

Sale

83

Sale

74

Mar.

2

86% Mar. 13
88% Mar. 20

Sale

Sale

44

Sale

Sale

Sale

57% Sale
57

53

46%

Sale

78M

67
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

75

Sale

78

8*

Sale
Sale

WW Sale
Sale

Mar. 30
54% Mar. 6
52% Mar. 3

55

Mar.

5

58% Mar.
88% Mar.

5

86
68

44

76

Mar. 20

65

Mar. 23

64

Mar. 23
Mar. 23

Mar

18

40

85

86

90

82

91

Sale

77

Mar.

3

93

59

57%

Sale

55% Mar.

3

64% Mar. 12

Sale

88

W*

Sale

86% Mar. 3
70
Mar. 31

Sale

Sale

Sale

70

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

63% Sale
46% Sale

Sale

Sale

82

Sale

80

Sale

Sale

87

Sale

84

90

90% Sale

84

j*H
Sale

86

Mar. 28

93

Mar. 14
Mar. 14

63% Mar. 31
46

4
Mar.
Mar. 30
2
Mar.

87% Mar.

3

107% Mar.

Mar. 12
Mar. 18
Mar. 11
Mar. 23

4

Mar.

8

107 % 107%
Sale
92%

Sale

3

Mar. 27
Mar. 18

Sale

91

Mar.

3

Mar. 10

Sale

8P%

Sale

81

Mar.

2

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

66%
67%

Mar. 11
Mar.
9

Sale
91
Sale

90

Mar. 24

84

104

Sale

92

Sale

65%
Sale
62%
77
77%
72%
106% 107
104%
94
95% Sale

Sale

64 %

104M Sale

105 %

Sale

105% Sale

Sale

106%

Sale

106

106

81%

75% 79
89% Sale
45
99
98 M

§§""
75
75

93
59

50
Sale

97

99

100

89 M
Sale

99

Sale
90 M

Sale

P
98

100%
89%

101%
86%

105%
81%
Sale
93%
69
59%
98%
97%
101% 100
90%
89%
102% 100
Sale
81%

Sale

Sale

87

Sale

98

Sale

100
Sale

98

Sale

Sale

64

98 %

Sale

Sale

87
66

Sale

99%

105

Sale

Sale

81%
81H

Sale

95
92%
84 M Sale
56 M Sale
95 %

90 %
101

93 M
Sale

82%

67
Sale

Mar. 28
Mar. 2 69% Mar. 9
Mar. 11
Mar. 2 78
4
Mar.
Mar. 14 107
2
Mar.
95% Mar. 31
Mar.

4 106

16
22

Mar.

6

Mar. 13

P
63

ilH
65

67

23

29

61

Jan.
Jan.

9

Jan.

9

2

72

Mar. 20

2

83

Mar. 14

5

90

Feb. 20

6
7

80

Mar. 11

71

Mar. 12

6
15

87% Mar. 11
82% Mar. 20

19

99

Jan.

Pg

Mar. 20

14

Feb.

2
2
8
3
2

IIH

3

Jan.

27

Jan.

9

64
86

Mar. 23

68

Mar. 18

Mar. 23

2
91% Mar. 19
5 106
Mar.
4
7
83
Feb. 18

Jan.
Jan.
Feb

89

Jan

93

Jan

64% Mar. 12

Jan

93

Jan

84% Mar. 14
76% Jan. 28
58% Mar. 12

55% Jan
39% Jan
72

Jan.

18*
40

Jan.

Sale

...

2
5

Jan.

78
103

Sale

86 M

74
65

2
91% Mar. 19
4
Mar. 18 106
Mar.
30
82% Mar. 2
77% Mar.
3
89
Mar. 11
85
Mar.

104

5

Feb.

13

Jan.
39% Jan.
48% Jan.
Jan.
47
Jan.
65

14|

Mar. 27

72

'

Jan.

93% Mar. 20

Jan.

87

11
29

Jan.

6 103

20

42

70

5

Feb.

Jan.

Feb. 17
3 101% Mar. 26

Mar. 23

65

"68""

25
5

2 104

65

89

Sale

Mar. 18

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

83% Mar. 17

104

Sale

M N

4

Mar. 4 100% Jan.
102
Mar. 16 104
102% Sale
6 101% Mar. 26
Mar.
99% Jan.
100% 101% 102% 101
Mar. 13 100% Jan.
102 M 102% 103
102% Mar. 6 103
90
88
Mar. 4
Jan.
87
92
93% Mar. 20

Sale

99% 100

M S
M S

83

78

Mar.
Mar. 23 103
7 101% Mar.

Mar. 27

103

9

Mar.

81%
106%
69%
68%
106%
106%
102%
103%
101%
101%

2

Mar.
Mar'.

11

102 %
101

D

External
37,000
150,000 Prussia (Free State) ext a f 6)4
1951 M S
S f gold 6s
696,000
1952 A
200,000 Queensland (State of) ext a f 7a..1941 A
61,000
25-year extl s f 6a
Feb 15 1947 F
92,000 Rio Grande do Sul (State) ext da. 1946 A
Ext s f g 6s
199,000
1968 J
Ext a f 7s of 1926
1966 MN
195,000
Extl s f 78 munic loan..
1967 J D
149,000
59,000 RlodeJaneiro (City) 25-yraf 8s .1946 A O
External sec 8 f g 6Ms
368,000
..1953 F A
1,074,000 Rome (City) external a f 6 Ma
1952 A O
19,000 Rotterdam (City) ext s f 6a
1964 MN
111,000 Roumania (Monopolies) 7a._....1959 F A
28,000 Saarbruecken (City) a f 6a
1953 J J
56,000 Sao Paulo (City) a f 8s
Mar 1952 MN
Ext isec s f g 6%«
217,000
May 15 1957 MN
J
43,000 San Paulo (State) ext a f 8s.....1936 J
J
External s f 8s
1950 J
218,000
Ext 7s water loan.....
1956 M S
65,000
J
Extl s f 6s int rets
1968 J
259,000
Sec s f g 7s int rets w 1
1940 A O
712,000
75,000 Sante Fe Prov (Arg Rep) extl 7 s
1942 M S
83,000 Saxon State Mtge Inst 7a
1945 J D
34,000
SFg6%s
Decl946 J D
Seine Dept (France) 20-yr 7a._
288,000
1942 J J
148,000 Serbs. Croats & Slovenes extl 8a. 1962 MN
Ext sec 7s ser B
1962 M N
267,000
90,000 Sydney (City) s f g 5Ms
.1955 F A
365,000 Silesia (Prov) extl sink fund 7a..1958 J D
..1947 F A
108,000 Sileslan Landowners Aaan 6s
80,000 Soissons (City) ext 15-yr g 6sNov 14 '36 MN
1946 F A
41,000 Styria (Prov) extl sec a f 7s
Sweden (Kingdom of)
107,000
Extlg5%a
1954 MN
100,000 Switzerland (Govt) ext 5 Ma
1946 A O
61,000 Tokyo City loan of 1912 5a
1952 M S
External a f 5Ms guar
562,000
...1961 A O
55,000 Tolima (Dept of) external 7a
1947 MN
49,000 Trondhjem (City) 1st ext g5Ma__1957 MN
32,000 Upper Austria (Prov) extl a f 7s.. 1945 J D
External a f 6Ms
27,000
June 15 1957 J D
94,000 Uruguay (Rep) external a f 8a—1946 F A
Ext a f 6s
1960 M N
283,000
Extl a f 6a...
May 1 1964 MN
349,000
99,000 Venetian Prov Mtg Bank 7a.....1952 A O
173,000 Vienna (City) external 6a
...1961 MN
256,000 Warsaw (City) external 7s.......1958 F A
282,000 Yokohama (City) extl a f 6s
1961 J D

91

Sale

Sale

F

D

Mar. 17

Sale

J

J
guar aink fund 7%«._1966 J

91

Sale

104M Sale
104% Sale
102M Sale

Feb.
Feb.

2

66

J

J

Feb.

6

Mar. 18
Mar.
5

8

9 % Sale
11M
13

Assenting 4s of 1910 large........

186,000
126,000
27,000
34,000
33,000
305,000
537,000
97,000
348,000
115,000
127,000
External s t fts_.
Mar 15 1963
236,000
46,000
Municipal Bank extl a f 5s
1967
Municipal Bank ext 8 f 5s..
1970
31,000
32,000 Nuremberg (City) external 6a
1952

Sale

12%
11%
9%
11%
10%
9%
13%
13%

Feb.

11
10 H

8%

J

Small

i

JAN.

Highest,

Mar. 23

11

11

11%
.....

6%

j

... — ...

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

\

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

11% Sale

Assenting 4s of 1904..........1954

Assenting 4s of 1910

March

March 2.

J

Assenting 5s of 1899..........1945

i3~666

630",006

SINCE

Jan. 2

Jan

Mar. 11
Mar. 24
Mar. 28

88

_

Mar. 18

78

Feb.

9

90

Mar. 11

78
74
106
90

Jan.

9

98

Mar. 23

Jan.

7

90

Mar. 27

Jan.

2 108

Mar. 18

Jan.

5

93

Mar. 10

77

Jan.

5

65
58

Mar. 28

§1*
76

Jan.

60
103

90

Jan.

20

Jan.n
Jan.

Jan.

W*
78

5

6 107

Feb.
Mar.

10
5
9

Mar. 11
Mar.

4

95% Mar. 31

16

Mar. 10

106

Feb.

7

Mar. 7 106% Mar. 13
Mar. 4 82% Mar. 27
Mar. 10 95% Mar. 31
Mar. 2 71% Mar. 13
Mar. 20 98% Mar. 20

107

Jan.

2

2 101
Mar. 20
Mar. 27 91% Mar. 7
6 102% Mar. 24
Mar.
Mar. 3 87% Mar. 30

101

8g
liH

Mar.

Mar. 3
87%
97% Mar. 9 100
87% Mar. 28 89
4
63
Mar.
70
98% Mar. 2 100%
81

Mar. 27
Mar. 31
Mar. 13

Feb.

4

Mar. 20

10
91%
104
Feb.
4
87% Mar. 30
87% Mar. 19
Feb.

Mar. 19
Mar. 14
4
Mar.

100

Mar.

70
100%

Mar. 14

89

9

Mar. 17

Feb.

6

Mar.

9

Mar. 17

RAILROAD
D
aer A......1943 J
4s series B
1943 J D
Albany 8c Susq 1st guar 3Ms- ...1946 A O
Allegh 8c West 1st g gu 4a....—.1998 A O

100%
93 %

$1*
86

89

M
88 M

1942 M S
Ann Arbor 1st g 4a
July 1995 Q J
Atch Top 8c S F gen g 4s
..1995 A O
Registered...
..1995 A O
Adjustment g 4a
July 1995 Nov
Stamped
..July 1995 M N

95 M

99

97 %

1,000 AlaGt Sou 1st cons 5a
First

"3",660
f

"4,000
16,000

304,000
14,000
17,000
92,000

cons

Alleg Valley gen gu 4a

-

.......

M N

Registered

~

"8,666
9,000

Conv g 4s of 1909.......
Conv g 4s of 1905..........

1955
1955
Conv g 4s of 1910
...1960
Conv deb gold 4%s
1948
Rocky Mt dlv 1st 4s A
1965
Trans-Cont Short Line 1st 4s gl958
Cal-Ariz 1st 8c ref 4Ma aer A ...1962
Atl Knox 8c No 1st g 5a
1946
Atl 8c Char Air Line 1st 4%« A..1944
1st 30-year 5s ser B
1944
Atlantic City 1st con guar g 4a
1951
Atl Coast L 1st cons 4s
July 1952
...

915,666
37,000
30,000
68,000
~

~i~,666
19,000

33", 000

General unified 4%«
L 8c N collat gold 4s

J

D

J

D

1964
Oct.. 1952
g 4a
1948

94

J

J

J

J

M

8

295*666
2,000
164,000
224,000
96,000
205,000
65,000
174,000

J

D

J

J

85

J

J

100

J

J

M S

J

Southw Dlv 1st 3Ma at
Tol Cin Dlv 1st 8c ref 4a

cOaah sale.




8

D

J

5%

118

Sale

Sale"

95%
96 %
104 %
103 M

"86""

98 M

103

103%
92%
96%

85%
96% Sale

89% Mar. 27

91%
98%

97% Mar

7

82

78

98%

Sale

"94%

Sale

97%

94%

96

86

"96%

98 M 100 M
89
Sale

89

47

49

56

Mar

28

98% Mar

2

Mar

7

94% Mar
94% Mar

5

96

Mar.

5

94% Mar.

96

Mar.

4

94% Jan.

96% Mar. 30
97%| Mar. 6

95% Jan.
94% Jan.

25

95% Mar.

97

975%

114% Sale

ain

Sale

103""
Sale
94
Sale

96

Sale

96

Mar.

118% Mar.

113% Mar.
93% Mar.
96

96

Mar.

97

Mar.

Mar.

104% 103% Mar.

105% Mar.

99% Mar.
103% 104% 103% Mar.

99% Mar.
104% Mar.

93

95

96%

97

65

Sale

Sale

96% Mar. 30

90

Mar.

Mar. 30

92

90

Sale

49

50

38

35

37

46% Mar. 7
30% Mar. 10

75

75

77

72

90

91%

7

Mar. 28

22

Feb.

27
23
29

Jan.
Jan.

97% Jan.

13

Jan.

2

98

Jan.

5

96)

Jan.

30

97)

Jan.

29
2

96% Mar. 30
97% Jan. 21

96

97% Mar.

Mar. 13

92% Mar. 18
51

Mar. 18

30% Mar. 10
73
Mar. 21

97

99
89
42

Jan.

Feb.

18
19
7
20

Jan.
Jan.

Sale

Sale

I65U Sale"

95%
101%

Sale

95%
101

Sale

102"" Sale'

103% Sale

102%

Sale

96% Mar. 17 98% Mar.
95% Mar. 7 95% Mar. 16
100% Mar. 16 101% Mar. ~

Feb.

24

Feb.

18

Feb.

21

Mar.

Jan.

7
14

Mar. 23

Feb.

7

Jan.

27

Jan.

5

14 102
Jan. 20
2
92% Mar. 18
23
52
Feb. 24

30% Mar. 10

40

Feb.

65

73

Mar. 21

Jan.

101% Jan.

97 M

96

Jan.

89)
98)
80)
99)

2 122
112% Jan.
93% Mar. 20 97
95
Jan.
7
97%
Jan. 30 105%
7 102
103% Jan. 14 103%
6
23
97% Jan.
99%
Jan.
7 104%
13 103
90
Jan. 22
94%
10
95% Jan. 15 97%

103%

103%
Sale

78

5

91

9

2 100% Mar. 11

72

Sale

100

96 X

99

30%

x

39%

Jan.

97% Mar.

16

94%

95%

89% Jan.

93

Sale

Mar. 23

103% Feb. 27 105

97% Mar. 30
80% Mar. 20
99% Mar. 16
97
Mar.
2

96

93 a
95

93

Sale"

Mar. 23

9

96

Jan.

95% Mar.
99% Jan.

2

9 101% Jan.
13

98% Jan.
7 95% Feb.
2 101% Feb.

11

9

27
7
10

8
D

July 1948 A O

103

108%

1995 J D
.1941 MN
1950 J J

Sale
Sale
Sale

J

Sale

M

8

Sale

F

A

Sale

1959 J

2000
Conv g 4Ma temp......
....I960
1,013,000
1,000 Bangor 8c Aroostook RR 1st g 5s '43
Con ref mtge gold 4a
84,000
..1951
Battle Creek 8c Sturgls gu 3s
1989
1936
"2",000 Beech Creek 1st gu 4a.....
Second guar gold 5a..........1936
Refunding 5s aeries D

96%
96%

J

M

1995 J

Registered..........
1st gold 5a.......
Ref and gen 6s, series C.
P L E 8c W Va Sys ref g 4s

~95%

95 M
Sale

Mar. 23 105

89% Mar.

S

D

M

Refund 8c gen 5s aer A

96
102 %
99

21**
76

105

Sale

98%

94% Sale
113

Q

1933

Sale

Sale

97

Sale

92 %

J

..July 1948 A O

Registered

94

D

MN
76,000
J
J
13,000 Atlantic 8c Danville 1st
J
Second 4s
1948 J
1,000
7,000 Atlantic 8c Yadkin 1st gu g 4a..1949 A O
J
Auatln & N W 1st g 5a
1941 J

217,000 Bait 8c Ohio 1st g 4s
Registered
4,000
Convert 4Ma
308,000

95

98 M
Sale

98 M

98% Sale

D

M

Registered

87*660

J

Sk&
89
80

96

102%
92%
90%
88%
91M

103 X 106

J

104^
i9oI*

J

J

J

J
J

J

J

J

"87*"

D

98

"

W*
67
98%

102

Mar.

103

Mar.

104% Mar
103
Mar

Sale"

107

Mar.

109

Mar.

105% Jan.

Sale
Sale
Sale

108% Mar.

110

Mar.

96% Mar.
103% Mar.

98

Mar.

107% Jan.
95% Jan.

105

Mar.

102% Jan.

110% Mar. 11
c98% Feb. 13
5
105% Jan.

Sale

107% 107% 108%
109%
109% Sale
Sale
97%
104% 104% 104%

„86%
Sale

84

Sale

102%
92%

104

Sale

104%

89

Sale
Sale

90% Sale

Mar.

Mar.

101% Mar.
91% Mar.

08%

100%:::::

104% Mar.

3

103

Mar.

2

109

Mar.

Mar.

6

Mar.

84

104

Mar.

88% Mar.

83

71

98% Mar. 12

Jan.

86% Feb.

24

101% Jan.
104% Feb. 28
Jan.
27
91% Mar. 26 c99
Mar.
103
Jan.
104% Feb. 26
Mar. 25
91
86% Jan.
Mar. 25
Mar.

65%

"99%

101% Jan.
103

98% Mar. 12

Feb.

97% Jan.

27

71

r

Feb.

27

98% Jan. - 26

N. Y. STOCK
Sales in

N.

1931.,

Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.

Ask

Bid.

7,000 Beech Creek Rxten let ft 3Hi.. .1951 A O
Belvldere Del cone ltd ft
1943 I
J
Blft Sandy Ry let ftuar 4e.......l944 J D
1967 M S
477,000 Boston & Maine 1st 5s A C
1st mortgage 5s series 2
1955 M N
420,000
11,000 Boston ANY Air Line let ftu 4s. 1955 F A
Brunsw ft Western 1st ftu ft 4s
1938 J J
25,666 Buff Roch ft Pitts ften 5s
1937 M S
Consol 4 tf s
80,000
1957 M N
52,000 Burl Ced Rap ft Nor ft Colts 1st 5s'34 A O
13,000 Canada Sou con ftu & col tr 5s..1962 A O
139,000 Canadian Nat ftuar .4tfe.Sept 15 1954 M S
4 tf s
312,000
1957 I J
D
Gold 4tfs
237,000
1968
J
Guaranteed ftold 5s
154,000
July 1969
O
Guaranteed ft 5s....
Oct 1969
312,000
A
Guaranteed £ 5s.
.....1970
66,000
D
Guar ftold 4% s
288,000
..June 15 1955
D
.....1940
86,000 Canadian No deb s f 7s
J
25-year deb a f ftuar 6tf s
121,000
1946
-

468,000
59,000
124,000
158,000
245,000

A
Feb. 15 1935
J
Canadian Pac 4% deb stock
Collateral trust ftold 4tf S.....1946 M S
J
J
5s equip tr temp ctfs
1944
Collateral trust ft 5s..........1954 J D

"9",666

89
96

99%

Sale

99 tf

Sale
85

95%

103"
Sale

100 % 102
Sale
105
Sale
Sale
99
98 tf Sale
104 tf Sale
104 tf Sale
104 tf 105
Sale

\M

10-year ftold 4tfs

J
Collateral trust 4tf s.._i.r.—1960 J
Carb&Shaw 1st ft4s........... .1932 M 8
J
CaroCent 1st cons ft 4s. .........1949 J

D
1938
10,000 CaroClinch ft Ohio 1st 5s..
D
1st ft con ft 6s series A.Dec 15 1952
43,000
D
Carthafte ft Adir 1st ftu ft 4a
1981
D
Cent Br Un Pac 1st ft 4s
......1948
F A
1,000 Cent of Ga Ry 1st ft 5s.....Not. 1945
Consol ftold 5s
....1945 MN
27,000
Reftlstered 11,004 ft $5,000...1945 MN
1959 A O
52",066 Ref ft ften Stf s series B
O
Ref ft ften 5s series C..,
..1959
33,000
D
Chat Dlv pur money ft 4s
1951
1,000
J
Mac ft Nor Dlv 1st ft 5s
1946
7,000
J
Middle Ga ft Atl DIt pur m 5S..1947 J
Mobile DIt 1st ft 5s
19461J J

100 tf
88 tf

19611/ J
66,000 Cent N B 1st ftuar 4s
66,000 Cen RR ft Bkft of Ga col tr ft 5S..1937 MN
J
...1987
45,000 Central of N J ften ft 5s...
J
Reftlstered
20,000
...........

J

1987

General 4a_

162,660

Cent Pac 1st ref ftu ft 4s........1949
Reftlstered
9,000
Throufth St L 1st ftu ft 4a.....1954
1,000
Guar 5a
1960
253,000
J
1,000 Charles ft Savannah 1st ft 7s....1936

14,000 Ches ft Ohio 1st

566*,000

102 tf
102 tf
99

92
65

J

......1992 M 8

.....1946

J

4s........1989

J

Potts Creek Br 1st 4s
R ft A Dtv 1st con ft

J
ftold 4s
1989
Warm Sprlnfts Valley 1st ft 5s .1941 M 8
MN
Ches Corp con? col tr ft 5s May 15 1947
R ft A Dlv 2d con

A

O

1949
204,000 Chic ft Alt RR ref ft 3s
Certlf deposit stpd Oct 1929 tnt
10,000
j""j
6,000 Chic ft Alt Ry 1st lien ft 3tf a....1950

30,000 Chic Burl ft Q 111 DIt 3 tf«...
Reftlstered.

100
95

83 tf

§5"'

1977

93

105
107 tf
104

104%
100 tf
101
100 tf
93
93 tf

F

8
A

cons g

Sale"

lOOtf Sale
106 tf Sale

Sale

107

105tf 105tf 106 tf
103 tf
101 tf Sale
112
112% Sale
Sale
118
119tf

Gen 4% series F

Sale
97

Sale

Sinking fund deb 5s.....

....

Sale
Sale

Sale

85

Sale

Sale

6

Mar.
2
Mar. 31
Mar. 30

100% Mar. 27
Mar. 27
107 tf Mar. 28
107% Mar. 27
103 tf Mar. 11

107

107 tf 105% Mar.
Sale
101 tf Mar.

llltf Mar.

120 tf 118

Mar.

100% Jan.
110% Jan.

112tf Mar. 2
119tf Mar. 14

Mar.

18

Feb.

85

12

Jan.

81

101% Jan. 16 103% Mar. 9
Jan. 14
2 90
83% Feb.
101
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7
2 108% Feb.
105
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98
Jan. 21 100% Mar. 31
2 100% Mar. 30
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97% Jan. 22 100% Mar. 27
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104
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103% Jan. 20 107% Mar. 28
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94% Feb.
6
2 103% Feb. 21
Feb. 20
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m

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21
5 112% Mar. 2
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100%

Income ftuar 5s

..Dec 1 I960 M

50,000 Chic Un Station 1st ftu 4tf a A..1963
1st 5s series B
1963
34,000
Guaranteed ftold 5a..........1944
20,000
1st 6 tf s series C
1963
55,000
269,000 Chic ft West Ind Conaol 50-yr 4s. 1952
1st ft ref Stf s series A.. .......1963
100,000
Choc Okl ft Gulf consol 5s
Clin Ham ft Day 2d ft 4 tf«...
Cin Ind St L ft C 1st 4s
...

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104

J

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1937 J J

Auft 2 1936 Q F
Q F

1942 MN
2,000 Gin Lab ft N 1st con ftu ft 4s
2020 J J
76,000 Cin Union Term 1st 4tfs
J
Clearfield ft Mehon 1st fttd ft 5s..1943 J
6 Cash sale.

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105
97 tf
99 tf
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96

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95% Jan.

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3 112% Mar.

5

7

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103 tf

75

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105% Sale
104% Sale
115% Sale
90

Sale

105% Sale
103 tf
98

98%
97%
94%

101
98

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84%
88

86
68

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22

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100

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104

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72

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68

100

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6

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99

6

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2 105

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95%
112%
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101%

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72

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95% Jan.
Feb.
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101

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88

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2

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100% 102% lOOtf 102% l60% Mar
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108% 109 tf 109

92 tf

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Mar.

80% Mar. 30
96% Mar. 18

91

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86

93% Mar

M S

cons

llOO

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Chic S L ft N O—
Gold 5s
June 151951 J D

20,000 Chic St L ft Pitta

Mar. 24

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D

102

101

101

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106 tf 108
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66

Sale

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87

Mar. 31 46%
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66
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June 15 1951 J
June 151951 J

88% Mar. 30

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79% Mar.

79%

100

96
101 tf

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93

96 tf

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93

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7

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80
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2 83% Feb. 25
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101
99% Jan. 29 101% Mar. 30

Jan,
107% Jan.
91
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97% Sale
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112
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96
98 tf
97
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95%
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96
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93

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88

97
97 tf
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98 tf
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97
97 tf Sale
97%
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101%
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109 tf 109 tf 109%
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100
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107
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102

.....

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......

68

Mar. 10

88tf Mar.

Sale
.....

95

Reftlstered.....
......1988
Refunding ftold 4s
.1934
Reftlstered
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1953

Mar .~3

75

....

110

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99% Mar.

90

105 tf

Sale

105% Sale
100
104tf
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95 tf
92 tf

2

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96 tf
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100

70

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79%

Q F

1933 MN

77

-

95

80

98
68 tf Sale
26 tf Sale

MN

106% Mar. 25
105 tf Mar. 20
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.....

—

109

Sale

94 tf
Sale

MN

Mar.
Mar,
Mar.

102% Mar ."30
89% Jan.
o
2101% Jan.
7
2 106
Mar. 25
102
Jan.
101% Feb. 13 105% Mar. 20
2 100
Jan.
3
98% Feb.

86% Feb.
99% Jan.

3

tf Mar.

...

98 tf 100

69

108tf 110

70
73 tf
93 tf

MN

103

....

lOOtf

69 tf

101

156% Feb' "27

102% Mar. 30
88tf Mar. 13

Mar.

102tf Mar. 10 1033
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92 tf
94 tf
79
82
83 tf
87
102%
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Mar.
2 101 tf
100
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103
108
92

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MN

70

79

95 tf
69
69

87

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95%

Mar.

lOOtf Mar.

97

....

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MN




82 tf Mar. 27

Mar. 20

6

94tf Feb.
99% Jan.
99% Jan.

102% Mar. 14 103% Mar.

99 tf Mar.
Mar.
105 tf Mar.

101 tf 102 tf
88 tf Sale
101 tf lOOtf Sale
105
106
Sale
Sale 104 tf Sale
99 tf Sale
Sale

108 tf llltf

108 '
Sale

Registered..
2,000
15-year secured 6tfs..Mar 1 1936 M 8
47,000
1st ft ref ft 5s..
May 2037 J D
73,000
J D
Stpd 1st ft ref 4 tf s
May
2037
98,000
J D
1st ft ref4tf s serC......
May 2037
140,000
Conv 4%s series A
1949 MN
734,000
J
J
148,000 Chic RI ft Pacific ften ft 4s.......1988

Registered

Mar. 27

1.

Sale Prices

88

85% Feb. 20

Mar. 11 102 tf Mar.
Mar. 31 102tf Mar.

105

101
Sale

90

35

1989

....

lOOtf
87 tf
lOOtf
104 tf
103 tf
99 tf
97
75

101 tf 107

Gen ftold 4tf s series E..Mar 1 1989

....

V.666

Sale

105 tf Sale
Sale
106

100

103

M S

Gen ft 3tfs series B.......May 1989
Gen 4tf a series C
May 1989

1987
83,000 Chic ft No West ften 3 tf s
Reftlstered..........
35,000
General 4s
1987
45,000
Stpd non-payt Fed lnc tax..1987
7,000
Stpd ften 4Ha non-pay lnc tax.1987
2,000
Gen 5s stpd non pay lnc tax..1987
59,000
Reftlstered...................

"

102 tf

M N

832!000 Chic MUw StPft Pac mtfte 5s.. .1975
ConvadJ 5s
......Jan 1 2000

26,000

c86tf

Mar. 20

88

Mar. 23

JAN.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

102 tf
Mar.
3 102%
102
107 tf 109 tf 107 tf Mar. 13 108 tf
2 lOOtf
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lOOtf Sale
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lOOtf Sale
lOOtf

Sale

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MN

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104", 000

89 tf
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105"

96 tf
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103

Registered

3,000

103

Sale

100 tf

-

10,000
399,000
613,000

Sale

103
89
102 tf
108 tf
99 tf

-

99 tf

87

81 tf

249.000
1959
249,000 Chic Gt Western 1st 50-yr 4s
J
J
6,000 Chic Indlsaap ft Loulsv ref ft 6s.1947
J
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1947
5,000
J
Refunding 4s series C
1947
20,000
1st ft general 5s series A.
1966 MN
12,000
J
J
1st ft ften 6s series B
.May 1966
13,000
1956
3,000 'Chic Indiana ft Sou 50-yr 4a
Chic L S ft East 1st 4 tf •
1969
2,000
104,000 Chic Mil & St P ften ft 4s.. May 1989

855,666

69

112tf Sale
109 tf 114tf
95 tf
97 tf
96 tf Sale

J

1st ft ref 5s series A..........1971 F A
A O

6s........1934
330,6o6 Chic ft E 111 Ry (new co) ften 5S..1951
40,000 Chic ft Erie 1st ftold 5s
1982

15",000

83 tf
96 tf

Ask.

86tf
89tf
97 tf
97 tf
95tf
Sale
101 tf Sale
101 tf
Sale
100% Sale 100%
85
82 tf
84 tf
82 tf
98
97 tf
98

SINCE

Lorvest.

Highest.

Lowest

87

101

95
85

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l4;6o6!Chic&£lll 1st

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95,000
53,000

.....

87

91

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Sale

102 tf 103
107 tf Sale
89
93 tf
Sale
80

J

1949

Illinois Division 4s.
1949
General 4s.
...........1958 M
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Sale
Sale

92 tf

Reftlstered..................... M 8
Ref ft Imp 4tf S ser A..........1993 A O
J
Ref ft Imp 4 tf a »er B w I
1995
J
Cralft Valley 1st ft 5s..
May 1940

1st ft ref

Sale

.........1939 MN

Reftlstered

50,000
173,000
89,000
114,000

102 tf
101 tf

Ask. Bid.

95

.1939 MN

ft 5s

General ftold 4tfs...

Vo",666
7,000
3,000

cons

Sale

99% Sale

-

2,000
253,000
3,000
99,000
316,000

Sale

115tf Sale

Bid.
84 tf
89 tf
95 tf

RANGE

IN MARCH.

March 31.ft

March 2.

21

'

J

Registered

48",666

PRICES

Price
Jan. 2

BONDS

March.
Value.

EXCHANGE—BONDS

Mar.

96

Mar. 6
94% Feb. 26 96
102% Jan. 31 105% Jan. 29
Last sale 100
July 28

22

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS

Sales in
March.

Price

BONDS

Value.

K.

t.

Bid.

6,000 CCG

1993 J

D

....1993 J
Ref 0c Imp 6a series C.........1941 J
Ref & Imp 5a series D
....1963 J
Ref 8c Impt 4 H* aerlea E. .
.
.1977 J

D

A St L gen a4a
General 5awrl««B

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8,666
47,000
452,000

.

.

PRICES

Jan. 2
1931.

STOCK EXCHANGE.

.

Ask.

Ask

Ask. Bid,

Bid.

Sale

935*
96**
109H 114

93
1115* 113** 116

J

104

Sale

J

103**
100**

Sale
Sale

1045* 105
104**
104** 104** 104** Sale
99** Sale
1005* Sale

J

Sale

94

IN

RANGE

MARCH.

Mar. 12

Mar. 27

97

—

1045* "Mar "16
164
Mar.
1045* Mar. 13
99** Mar. 27 1005* Mar. 6
104** Mar.

1,000
5,000

.

1939 J

J

1991 J

Cairo Div lat fold 4a
ClnW&M Die latg4a

13,000
3,000

J

St Loula Div lat coll truat g 4a. 1990 MN
1940 M S
Spring 8c Col DIt lat g 4a
J
WW Vat Dlv lat g 4a
1940 J
J
CJev Col C 8c ind gen con 6a
1934 J
Oct Lor 8c Wheel con lat g Sa... 1933 A O
J
Cler 0t Mahon Valley g 5a
1938 J

Cler 8c Marietta lat gu 4Ha
1935 MN
Clev 0c Pitta gen gu 43*s aer B.. 1942 A O
1942 A O
Series B gu
—

Seriea A gu 4Hi.
Seriea C gu 3H*

...

1942 J

J

1948 MN

-

1950 F

38,000

Clev Union Term'la lat a f S**s A.
lat a f g 5a aerlea B guar—...
74,000
1st s f guar 4**s ser C
96,000
8,000 Coal R1t Ry lat gu 4a...
180,000 Colo 8c Southern Ref 8c ext 4 Mia.
General mtge 4**s series A
202,000
8,000 Col 0c Hock Valley lat ext g 4a

.

A

,1961 A

-

A

1977 F

Seriea D 3H«-_
General
seriea A.....
89,000
6,000 Clev Short Line lat gu 4 Mis-

O

1972 A O

1973 A

O

1977 A

O

1945 J

92 **

W4

93**

98

98
100

102
102

1980 MN

J0cJ 1956

438,000 Cuba Northern Rya lat 5H>
134,000 Cuba RR 1st 50-yr g 5a
lat 0c refund 7Hs aerieaA.
46,000
lat lien 8c ret 6s aeries B
47,000
250,000 Del 0c Hud lat 4s tax ex N Y.—
9,000
10-year convertible 5s...
16,000
15-year 5H*-Del Riv RR 0c Bdge lat gu g 4a..

1942 J

231~6o6

1936

.

Den 0c Rio Gr 1st cons g 4s...

D

95**

"71"**

Gold 4a

11,000 EastTenn Va 0c Ga

43

44** Sale
66** Sale
82**
77**
69
65**

40**

Sale

D

60

1943 MN
1935 A

O

1937 MN

95**
101

72**
65
Sale

104**

104** 105**
98
Sale

8Z#
76

Sale
Sale

76**

A

96

95

1936 F

Sale

25

J

D

1961 MN
1941 J

J

1937 A

O

1937 J

J

1948 A

O

...1941 MN
Elgin Jol 0c East 1st g 5a
~6",666 El Paso 0c S W 1st 0t ref 5a.-... ...1965 AO
...1996 J
153,000 Erie 1st con 0c prior lien 4s

......

50

100

60**

1045* Sale
102** 104**
101**
85

Sale

84
100

...1951 F

98

Ser A..

...1953 A

Ser P.

...1953 A

745*
70**
70**
76**
71** Sale
795* Sale
79** Sale

conv

...1953 A

4s Seriea D..

Ref 8c Impt gold 5s ser
Ref 0c imp 5s of 1930

1927

1967 MN

.

...1975 A O

Erie 0c Jersey 1st a f 6a

...1955

J

109

112

Genesee Riv RR 1st s f 6s.

...1957

J

106

Erie & Plttsb gen gu g 3M» set A.1940
...1940
Series G 3M»

J

107**
93**

J

J
12,000 Fla Gent 0c Pen consol gold 5a ..1943
D
...1959
20,000 Fla East Coast 1st 4 Ms—
...1974 M S
287,000
1st 0c ref 5s aer A
53,000 Fonda John 0c G1 gen ref 4Hie. ...1952 MN
...1941 J
J
Fort St U D Co 1st g 4Ks

8!#
80
75

"II#
77

;

1015* Mar. 24

745*
74**
74**
74**

.......

1933 A

29,000

99

5s
—Oct. 1945 J
Ga Caro 0c Nor 1st 5s, 1929
Ga 0c Ala

1st

J
Georgia Midland 1st 3s........-1946 A
"6",000 Gouv 0c Oswegatchie 1st 5s
1942 J
2,000 Gr R 0c 1 ex 1st gu g 4**a
1941 J
65,000 Grand Trunk of Can a f 7a
1940 A
129,000
15-yer deb g a f 6a guar
1936 M S
Grays Point Term 1st gu g 5a —1947 J D

352,000

Extended at 6% to 1934

Gt Nor—Gen 7s Series A .......1936

100
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

44**

103}*

7

70** Mar. 4
80** Mar. 12
705* Mar. 17
975* Mar.
9
1035* Mar. 24
106
Mar. 26

Mar.

965* Mar.
101 ** Mar.
1035* Mar.

445*
1035* Mar.
1035* Sale

71,000
96,000

124,000
411,000

14,666

1973
1976
1977

Gen mtge 5s Ser C..
Gen 4His Seriea D....

series E

4", 000

31,000
"

7

Mar.

6 104

1035* Mar. 24 103** Mar. 24
525* Mar. 28 525* Mar. 28

97

107}* 108

1075* 110

104

104

1025*
86**
81**
745*

1075* Mar.

9 108

Mar. 27

1025* 103** 1035* Mar.
Sale
88** Sale
86** Mar.
83**
86**
91
865* Mar.
75** 71** Sale
71** Mar.

104

Mar. 30

W*

102

76

Sale

77

Sale

705*
82**
80**
110**
93**
93**
89**

J

73**

72

Sale

735*
745*
735*

893* Mar. 14
87** Mar. 21
75** Mar. 3

"98** Mar."

1005* Mar. 31

73** Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

77

72

77

Mar.

70** Mar.

7
3

2

72

Mar.

705* Mar.
82** Mar.

72

Mar.

81

110
Mar.
110** 111
109** 110** 1085* Mar.
935*
935*

112

Mar

16

72
109

110

Mar

20

106** Jan.

72

'

2

2

Mar.

Last sale

3

29

20

Sale

2

20

Mar. 28

23

24

21

22

97

.1951 J
A

-

86
75

A

85

'1951

7,000
76,000

67", 000
35,000
464,000
6,000

Collateral trust gold 4a..

.1952 A

2 104

86

73

-----

1115* Sale

99**
1095*
105**
99}*

J

79

Coll tr g 4s L N O 8c T...

.1953 MN

85

Registered............
Refunding 5s
15-year secured 6M«
40-year 4Ms...
Cairo Bridge gold 4s.....

MN

.1952 J

.1955 MN

.........

.1936 J

J

.1966 F

Cash Sale.

V

A

.1950 J

......

D

Sale

102** 1045*
109**
96
85

Sale
93

Mar. 24

22#
67

87

10 1045* Jan.

103** Feb.

100** Mar. 17 100** Jan.
100** Mar. 20 1005* Jan.
98
Jan. 15 100
Jan.

55

9

55

Mar.

9

55

Jan.

14

92

Mar. 16

85

Jan.

2

95

73

Jan.

16

73

1103* Sale

Mar.

104 ** Mar.

1105* Mar. 27 112

Sale

Sale

Sale

96 H

85

98

Sale

Mar.

2

101** Mai""9
1103* Mar. 9
106** Mar. 3
99** Mar. 4
993* Mar. 7

995* 100** 995* Mar.
Sale
1095* Sale
1095* Mar.
1065* 105
Mar.
106** 165
96J* Mar.

Mar.

7 *
9

24
26

575* Feb. loo

9 105
104}* Mar.
995* Jan. 29 101**
110
Feb.
112}*
108
105** Jan.

Feb.
Jan.

3
17

Mar. 21

Mar. 9
Mar. 20
Mar. 10

109** Jan.

2 112

Feb.

24

109
99

9 109
Jan.
6 1015* Jan.
2 Ill
Jan.

28

Jan.
Jan.

1075* Jan.
l63** Jan.
97** Jan.
96

ft

3 106** Feb.

Jan.

4

30 100
Jan.
30
995* Jan.

Jan.

15

9

7

Jan.

15

8

85

18

165*

165* Mar.

5

'18" "Mar." 13

7

21

95**

"97**

"87**

88

97
Sale

1035*

Sale

1033*

1005*
100**

-----

965* Mar.
86** Mar.
1035* Mar.
1035* Mar

.

97

Mar. 23

873* Mar. 19
1045* Mar. 18

24 104J* Mar.

2

-

95 **

88

75

785*

903*
845*

92*

845*
60**
87**

88**
895* Sale

85**
885*

21

Feb.

100 5* Feb.

17

100

Jan.

1015-* Mar. 9
102** Mar. 31

Sale

99** Mar.

98

Jan.
Jan.

Sale

77

Mar.

102** Mar. 18
78** Mar. 2

74

Jan.

88

85

Mar. 17

Mar. 17

85

Feb.

6

86** Jan.

10

85

87

91
Sale
Sale
90
865*

Sale
1055* Sale* 101
109** Sale
1095* Sale
955* Sale
905* Sale
905*
92** 88**

100X Jan.
1005* Feb.
100

75

87

3 1065* Jan.

99

1015* Mar. 9
102** Mar. 31

1015* 102**
100

101** Jan.

166** Mar." 13

101

1015*
995* Sale
785* Sale

96** Mar. 4 995* Jan. 21
92
Jan. 12
86** Mar. 27
103** Feb.
6 1045* Mar. 18

100** Mar.
101** Mar.
1005* Mar.

1015*
102}* Sale

101

86

7

875* Mar. 17

166~5* "III ioo** "III

"61 **

195* Mar.

895*
725*

101

"90" ~§r~ *91" "92" "88**
*

i

1035*
9 105
Mar. 21
101** 1015* 101
1015* 1015* Mar. 26il01** Mar. 9
1115* 112
1113* Sale
111** Mar. 14 112** Mar. 20
107** Sale
1073* Sale
107** Mar. 2 108
Mar. 10
905*
905*

85

'89" "66"

MN

855* Oct. '29
93
Mar. 16
80
Jan. 14
31
Jan.
8
29
Feb. 28

54

98

87

101

5

96

Jan.

16

30
7
2

93

Mar. 10

90

JanI

93"

88

"Mar

1095* Mar.
90
Mar.
905* Mar.

.

6

6

80

Jan.

6

85

Jan.

2

101

"Mar .30 l06""ljanl

28

Mar. 21

107

Jan. 30 110
Jan.
Mar. 27
98** Feb.

16

88** Mar.
90** Mar.

110

6
10
28

925* Mar. 27

1055*

Feb.

Feb.

Mar.

161" Mar.'

85

86** Jan.

Mar. 13

855* Mar.
875* Mar.

5

87

90

Mar. 10

Feb.

101 V* Jan. 23
102}* Mar. 18
795* Feb. 28

Feb; 28

88

A

!l955




Mar.

Mar. 12

20

99

.1951 M

...

1st refunding 4a
Purchased lines 1st 3Ms„

c

29

25

107 H 108**
106
104
1035* Mar.

Sale

Mar.

195* Mar.

60

85

"86**

7
Jan.
Mar. 16
Jan. 16

98 J*

104**

Extended 1st g 3M«
1st gold 3s sterling..

5 110

19

100** 102

955*

895* Mar. 14
87** Mar. 21
79** Jan. 23

84
Mar.' 31
Jan. 21 112

Jan.

J

Sale

5

98** Jan. 27 IOO** Ma?l3i
73** Mar. 30 78** Jan. 23
72
Mar. 23
785* Jan. 27
2
72
Jan. 16
70** Feb.
21
72
Mar. 31
84** Jan

Sale

72

Sale
Sale

3

Feb.

Jan.

J

74

82

71** Mar. 31

Sale

Sale

1035*

O

23

2
25

2C 104J* Jan.
6
Mar. 30
19 104

Feb.

1025* Jan.
84** Feb.

81

101**

A

6

Jan.

2 108

1045* Jan.

77

J

.1951 J

..

14

Feb.

9

Mar. 12

O

98** Sale

Jan.

23

Mar. 16

A

100

5 164

93

96**

A

Mar. 20

Jan.

80

17
95 J*

F

27

Mar. 24

Jan.

102

Mar.

16

101** 105**
100** 1005*
100
1005*

Jan.

7 1035* Jan.
525* Mar. 28 60}* Feb.
965* Feb. 25 965* Feb.

1025* Jan.

90

97**

J

97** Jan.
755* Jan.
765* Jan.

795* Mar.

97

.1933 MN

4

Mar. 17

2 1005* Mar. 31
Feb. 25
30
83
9
2
855* Jan.

81

1!**
95**

93~"

Jan.
Jan.

93

O

94

3 106
14
98
2
99

77

MN

.1933 MN

Illinois Central lat g 4s.

Registered

90

Jan.

90

A

.1937 J

lat gu g 5a redeem

2G3",000

Sale

70

.1937 MN
.1937 J
J

Houst E 8c W Tex lat 6a

42,000

Sale

10

Mar.

Mar. 12

705*
805*
30 705*
2
975*
27 103**

93

.1999 J

Housatonlc RR

3M>
Registered

98

Feb.

5

95** Jan.
100}* Jan.
1035* Feb.
95

47

2

80
Sale

79**

.1999 J

Hock Val 1st con g 4Mb

1st gold

J

59

104

100**
70**
70**

112

109

J

348,000 Hudson 0c Manhat 1st 0c ref 5s A .1957
Adjust income 5s
Feb 1957
295,000

1,000

J

Feb

—

Greenbrier Ry 1st gu g 4a
Gulf Mob 0c Nor lat 5M«

Registered..............
con g 5s—
2,000 Houst 0c Tex C lat g 5s Int gu
2,000 Hous Belt 0c Ter lat 6s

2,666

Sale

107** Sale
1035* Sale

Feb

Green Bay 8c West deb ctfa A
Debenture ctfa B...

1940
1950
Ise mtge gold 5s series C
70,000
..1950
8,000 Gulf 0c Ship Island ref 5a...Feb 1952

~

1095*

_

"975* I6I5*

1st 0c refund 4^1 Ser A
1961 J
Gen mtge 5He Ser B...—....1952 J

Gen 4Mb

81

4

12

17

104

-----

105** Sale

Jan.
Feb.

955* Feb.

74** Mar. 27
73** Mar. 25
70
Feb.
4
72
Mar. 19

195*

103** 104
52** Sale

_

Sale

68

685* Jan.

98

965* Mar. 10 97 5* Mar. 31
995*'Mar. 2 100** Mar. 31
755* Mar. 31
815* Mar. 2
80
Mar. 31
835* Mar. 2

Mar. 30

20

104

92

"97** ioi"
111

9

19
3

6

66

Sale

93** Jan.

69** Jan.

40** Jan.
535* Jan.
70
Jan.

Sale

100

Sale

Mar.'29

10 107J* Mar. 2
31 1045* Jan. 23
~0
95** Feb. 20 965* Mar. 6
2 1015* Jan.
101
Jan.
5
93
Jan. 31
975* Jan.
7
92
Jan. 22 96** Mar.
3

Mar.

Sale

Sale

5 111

1085* Feb.
1655* Jan.
161** Jan.

46

70

J

Registered......

169,006

J

85
73

87

23
18

70

78

104

102** Jan.

35
32

64**

cons

15
19

20

Mar. 19

1005* 1005* 100J* 101
100** Mar. 17 1005* Mar. 9
1005* 101** 100** 101** 1005* Mar. 20 1003* Mar. 10

Galv Hous 0c Hend 1st 5a.

Feb.

Jan.
30 104** Feb.

72

100** 101
1005* 101**

"1I606

101

2 1045*

Feb.

715* Mar. 13
415* Mar.
63** Mar.
77** Mar.

Sale

65

101

74** Mar. 27
73** Mar. 25

O

9,000

10

20
6

925* Jan.

20

72** Mar. 12
71 J* Mar. 13

7,000 Gal H 8c San Ant M 0t P 1st 5a..1931 M N
2d guar exten 5a
15,000
1931 J J

D

6
26
15
22

Last sale

91**
1065*
103**

•

103** Jan.
1015* Feb.
101
Jan.

1005* Jan.

21** Sale
28**
265*
89
101
104 5*
103

Ft Worth 0c Denver City 5 His ...1961 J
...1933 A
Fiean Elk 0c Mo V 1st 6s

955* Feb.

104J* Jan.
1015* Jan.
101
Jan.

.

i045* Mar." 16

104** Mar.
1015* Mar.

—

415* Sale

46

J

Penn coll trust g 4a....
60 yr conv g 4a
Do
do

Gen

-----

5

21

95**

59

Sale

Registered.

735*
735*
735*
73-5*

195*

10

66

725*

905* Mar. 26
95** Jan. 19

Sale
Mar. 30
1095* Mar. 9 111
Sale
106** Mar. 31 107** Mar. 2
1025* 1025* Mar. 2 1035* Mar. 10
955* Mar. 23
965* Mar. 6
965*
Mar. 14 1015* Mar. 10
Sale
101
Mar. 31
Sale
93
93
955* Mar. 6
955* %5* 955* Mar. 12 96** Mar. 3
96
95**

8

93**—— "97"

76**

5

103

103

J

1st consol gen lien 4a

20

32

102** 103**
103**

Mar.

1105*
106**
102**
955*
1015*

95**
43
36

965* Mar.

91

925* Jan.

Sale
97
965*
101** 102** 103
105**
105**
166
98
98}*
Sale
97
97**
100**
99** Sale
Sale
81
75**
80
83}* Sale
8

19**

—1996 J

Registered

'

73**

1936 J

1st g 5s 1956 MN

cons

725*
74**

71**

70

1995 J

-

-

73"

96

71**
71**

J

Certificates of deposit
Dea Plaines Val 1st guar 4Hs— 1947 M 8
1995 J D
Detroit 0c Mack 1st Hen g 4a

37,000 Detroit River Tunnel 1st gu 4H*
Dul Missabe 0c Nor gen 5s.
5~ooo Dul 0c Iron Range lat 5a.
3,000 Dul So Shore 8c Atlantic g 5s
East Ry M No Dlv lat g 4s

-

Sale
95**
96**
96

69**

D

1935 J

~

Sale
Sale

74

1952 J

151,000
Consol gold 4***--—
159,000 Deny 0c R Gr West gen 5s Aug 1955
1978
Ref 0c Imp mtge 5s ser B
63,000
g4a

Sale

73
68

1936 J

1936

Dea Moines 0c Ft D lat gu

Sale

64**

A0cO 1955
.

91

89

63

..... -

97

9

Mar. 24
1025* Mar. 17 104
1035*
1035* 104** 1035* Mar. 9 1045* Mar. 2

63

12,000 Consolidated Ry non-conv deb 4s 1954
1955
Non-cony debenture 4a.
10,000

28

Mar. 23

Mar.

89

107**
102 5*
955*
1015*
935*

Sale

925* Jan.

99
93

101

89**
101**

110

Sale

23

Mar.

91 ** Mar.

102
1015*
101**
101**
100** 101** 100** 101**

89

90**

.

104**

1035*

103**
104 J*

90

89**
64**

93

17
16

Jan. 13 1015* Jan.
Mar. 12
98** Feb.
Jan.
93
Feb. 10

97

95
92
98
98

90
96

89

97
101
96

1948 A O

Non-cony debenture 4a.

92**

"98"

101

108** Sale
104** 106
mx Sale

1955

Non-cony deb 4s

90**
95**

915*

101**

86**
86**
1025* 104
102** Sale

1943

"2",000

94

Feb.
Feb.

2 1045* Mar. 10
Jan.
7
2 105
30 1015* Jan. 21

1035* Jan.
1635* Jan.
98** Jan.

99**

98

92

87**
100

D

1935 MN

96**

93

103** 105**
101
1015*

Col 0cTol lat ext 4s

25,000
15,000
23,000
2,000
317,000
537,000
18,000
24,000

"95**

93

Conn 0c Paaaum Rita lat g 4a

116,000
163,000

81#
95

.1

Sale Prices.

Mar. 12 110
1095* Feb. 17 105
93

100

When issued

18",000

JAN.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices

93

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

March SI.

March 2.

Mar."

965* Mar. 11

90

92

90}* Mar. 11

Mar. 20

88}* Mar.
90** Mar.

92

6

6

Mar. 20

N. Y. STOCK
Sales in
Value.

N.

Y.

PRICES

Price

BONDS

March.

STOCK EXCHANGE.

March 2.

1931.

£o.

Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

March 31.

Litchfield D1t 1st g 3e
Louist DIt Ac Ter g

1951
->1953

3H*~-

82

Gold 3 Ha

T, 000

-

Spring! DIt 1st g 3Ha...
Western Lines 1st g 4s

84

84

7324

78

8034

76,H
7623

86

84

7354
,8324

1951
—1951
1951

St Lou dit At Term g 3e

7723

75

Omaha DIt lat g 3a..._ ......1951

i",66o

Ask. Bid.

-----

Sale

Mar.

8423
7623
7623

85

84

1951

"85"

1943

99.

8923

9023

ser

A

3,000

9133

Ind 111 At la 1st gold 4s

1950

95

117,000 Internet Ac Gt Nor 1st 6s
1952
912,000
Adj mtge 6s series A..July 1 1952
33,000
1st mtge gold 5s series B
J
1956 J
19,000
1st gold 5s series C
J
1956 J
15,000 Int Rys of Cent Amer 1st 5s
1972 M N
10,000
1st col trust 6s..
1941 M N
18,000
First lien At ref 6 Ha
1947 FA
26,000 Iowa Cent 1st gold 5s
1938 J D
Certificates of deposit

1st Ac ref 4s

1951 M

38,000 James Franklin Ac Clearf

1st 4s. .1959 J

Kal Alleghan Ac G R 1st gu g 5s..1938 J

17,000 Kanawha Ac Mich 1st gu g 4s
1990
142,000 K C Ft S Ac M ref g 4s
1936
80,000 Kan City SoutA 1st g 3s
1950
134,000
Ref Ac Imp 5s
Aprill950
109,000 Kan City Term 1st 4s
1960
9,000 Kentucky Central g 4s
Kentucky Ac Ind Term 4Ha

"3",000

Stamped

32.000
27,000
13,000
17,000
1,000
2,000

O

A

O

A

O

J

J

J
J

1997

D

3003

4 Ha

7034
1334
13 34

70

71

75

8034

82

7254

75

1923
17 24

14

25

1923
5

Sale

4

9154

9534

93

102

Sale

100

9523

Sale
Sale

9334
80

86
93

102

103

100

10334

85

Sale
85

100 23

Sale

Sale

9634

9053 Sale
9834 Sale
7923 Sale

8634
91 34
9523
9723
77 24 Sale

8954

Little Miami gen 4s series A

1962

Long Dock

1935

gold 6s

Sale

Sale
94

Gen gold 4s
Gold 4n

1932

5s

f<ouis? Ac Nash? gold 5s

Unified gold 4s.........

Registered

106

10024
9623

95
j

9823

:

Sale

61

98

66

9623
103

Sale

1st Ac ref 4 Ha series C

2003
1946

St Louis Dl? 2d gold 3s

1980

Mob At Montfi 1st g 4

1945

South Ry Joint Monon 4s

1952

107

Sale'
102
Sale

Sale

"6623
9623
104

.1955

100

68

8923
96

7323

7423

7623

70

80

1931

74
67
6923
9823 Sale
8654

1959

.1934

——

1941

1st 4s asstd..

1st 4s

1951 M

3H»

J
S

1st gold 3Ha

1952 MN

Ref & Imp 4 24s series

1979 J

C

J

1940 A

Milw Ac State Line 1st guar

D

"9623 "III
8523 "89"
10123 10223
9423

O

1934 J
1934 J

1947 M

D

324i—1941 J

Minn Ac St L 1st cons gold 5s ...1934 MN

MN

Temp ctfs of deposit

98

99

9723

1st Ac refund gold 4s..

1949 M

S

1962 Q

F

"15" "30"
15

21

423
8

1938 J

J

...1938 J

1938 J

10-yr coll tr g 6Ha
1st Ac ref 6s series A

1946 J

J

1949 M
1978 J

8

25-year g 5*8..
1st ref 5^9 series B
M St P At S S M

1931

Ac

Cent

83,000 Missouri-Illinois RR 1st 5s
144,000 Mo Kan Ac Tex 1st g 4s

M

S

J

Term
1941 MN

lat Chic Term s f 4»

1949 J

1:

A.1959 J

D

1962 J

J

Missoiir-Kansas-Tsxas RR—
Prior Hen 5s series A

40-year 4s series B
Pr Hen mtge 4 H» aet D
Cum adjust

5s series A

9823

9334
9823

80

82

44

65

97

9723

92

J

J

1978 J

J

...1962
Jan

1967

A

O

Missouri Pacific RR CSj—

1st Ac refund 5s series A......1965 F A
279,000
General 4s.
.....—.—1975 M S
427,000
1st Ac ref 5s series P..
1977 M 8
480,000
1st Ac ref g 53 ser G
...1978 MN
231,000
Convertible gold 5 H*
1949 M N
239,000
1st ret gold 5s series H
1980 A O
233,000
1st Ac ref 5s ser 1
..1981 F A
1.750,000
July 1938 MN
23,000 Mo Pac 3d 7s sxt at 4%
J
Mobile Ac Blrm prior Hen g Js
1945 J

90

J

J

Mortgage gold 4s.............1945 J

J

Small

Small....
c

Cash sale.




4

Mar. 17

3

7

9623 Mar. 25
23 Jan.

13
10

9124 Jan.

7

97

4

Mar.

~

UV*

Mar

37

Jan.

5

65

Jan.

2

8934 Mar.
2
6124 Mar. 31
78
75

Mar.
Mar.

8824 Jan.

12

10 10434 Feb.
Feb.
90
16

27

19

2

65

Feb.

17

5

81

Feb.

18

7234 Mar. 13
8323 Mar. 21

8034 Feb. 21
6824 Mar 30 7224 Mar. 13
Jan. 10 .83* Mar. 21
71

72

Mar. 13

73

Mar. 21

69

Feb.

6

Feb.

2

15

Mar. 28

1534 Mar. 27

14

Jan.

28

16

Jan.

21

5
1334 Feb.
Mar, 28
3

15

Jan.

9

6

Jan.

12

Feb.

18

7023 Mar. 30
6834 Mar. 30
7923 Mar. 31

3

Mar. 28

9524 Mar.

7

5

Mar.

2

9634 Mar. 20

92

Mar. 11

65

Jan.

94

Jan.

5

3

9054 Mar.
97 23 Mar.

Sale

78

Mar.

9534
9534

Sale
Sale

93

Mar.

95

Mar.

94

9324 Mar.

94

Mar. 28

9334 Jan.
9134 Feb.

2

9324

94

92

94

Mar. 25

90

Jan.

19

9934
8153
10223
9524

Mar. 20
Mar. 10
Mar. 9
Mar. 2

90

9523 Jan.
7724 Jan.
93

9624

Last sale 10023 Apr. '29
Jan. 21
9224 Jan. 21

78

5
2

9924 Mar. 20
8154 Mar. 10

Mar. 26 10223 Mar.

3

9

9524 Jan.
9424 Jan.

21

94

17

10

Mar. 12

Feb.

90

100

Sale
86
Sale

Mar. 9 10234 Mar. 24
10023 Mar. 24 10023 Mar. 24
102

85

Mar. 25

100

Mar. 31

86

Mar.

6

10023 Mar.

3

98

Sale

10134 Feb.
9 103
10034 Feb.
3 10023
8434 Jan. 12. 8734
85
Jan. 23
85
100
Mar. 31 10054

10423 10624
--

88

.....

—

Sale

9523 Sale
89

Side

9823 Sale
69

Sale

97

Sale

9623 Sale
93

Sale

9623

Sale

9323

"95"

97

96

100

Jan.
8
Mar. 24
Jan. 23
Jan.
Feb.

23
7

Jan.

28

87

10134 Jan, 27
9024 Feb. 13

Jan.

8534 Mar.

86

Jan.

3
5

103

Jan.

10234 Mar.
9134 Mar.

104

6

102

Feb.

110

110

Mar.

92

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 30
Mar.

6

9123 Mar. 27

9134 Mar.
10724 Mar.

10724 Mar. 28

9734
9823
9254

98

9624 Mar.

9224
10123
10123 10223 10124
94 34
943-8
9423
101
10134
102

60

Sale

9634 Sale

63

7

98

Mar. 11

9234 Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

2

102

Mar. 24

102

Mar. 13

9534 Mar.
5
10124 Mar. 27

Mar.

75

Mar.

Mar. 20

9724 Mar.

9634 Mar.

7

Jan.

7

10024 Mar. 3
10623 Mar. 5
10424 Jan. 20

9734 Mar.

92

8523 Jan.
10923 Jan.
9134 Mar.
104
Jan.

110

Mar. 30
Jan.

26

9134 Mar. 27
10723 Mar. 28

10023 Mar. 18 101

94

95

98

Jan.

Jan.

14

Mar. 11

9834

Feb.

93

9824 Feb.
9254 Jan.

Jan.

6
15

Jan.

102

Mar. 24

9834 Jan.

102

Feb.

101
92

18

9524 Mar. 5
10124 Mar. 27

Feb.

10024 Feb.

Mar. 20

61

Jan.

75

94

Jan.

9733 Mar.

7

10234 10323
99

Sale

9834 Mar.

2

99

10134 Mar. 18 10123
10423 Mar. 4 106
10423 Mar. 11 10523
99>3 Mar. 26 101

66
68
6734
10123
8653
8723 Sale
9534
9523
9623
10034
10023 101

Mar. 30

Mar.

6

Mar. 20

Mar. 23

9733 Feb.
101

2

6724 Mar.

9

95

9

86

Mar. 5 9624 Mar. 26
Mar. 16 10034 Mar. 16

100

Mar.

9

2

Jan.

99

Mar.

63

106

Jan.

7

10233 Jan.

20

Feb.

6734 Mar.
10054 Feb.
95

Jan.

7434 Mar. 27

75

Mar. 18

Mar.

9
9
9

9623 Jan. 22
10034 Mar. 16
10133 Feb. 11

8923 Feb.
Jan.

10123 Feb.

7423
7023
77
9923 1012-3
92 23

19

Jan.

10054 Feb.
Mar. 27

9924 Jan.

10124 Feb. 25
10654 Feb. 24

10424 Jan.
10434 Feb.

Mar.

73 24 Jan.
67
Jan.

70

Feb.

2

9824 Jan.

9924 Jan.

17

90

Feb.

27

9924 Feb.

3

90

7723 Jan.

Feb.

9924 Feb.
9734
8823
4
9023
8924 Mar
8923
100
10223 10124 10234 10053 Mar, 13104
87*34 9423 8723 90
"9923 Mar, 20 100
9934 10123
9923
9934 Mar, 31j 9924
9933 100
993-3 Sale
95
94
Mar, 25
95
93
96
9423

9733
83 23
88 23

9

Mar. 23
Mar. 4

Last sale
79
May 26
8524 Jan.
6
9054 Mar. 23
10054 Mar. 13 10424 Feb.
6

Mar. 14

"9724 Feb."II 166" "Mar." 14

7

92

88

20

30

18

30

20

Mar.

20

Mar. 26

20

30

30

Mar. 24

Feb.

27

95

Feb.

5

90

Apr] 28

1724 Jan. 20
1624 Feb.
3

20

Mar. 26

30

Mar. 24

3

9

Jan.

21

89

Feb.

6

97

94 V

92

8

18

25

20

Mar.

7

6

7

6

Mar.

10

Mar.

15

Sale

7 8 34
Sale

10023

624 Mar.

4

5

9

83
76

76

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

91

89

8024
9423
10024
8524

Mar.

8934
9934
82 23
6324

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 27
Mar. 6
Mar. 19
Mar. 23

59

6434

9053

9133

10324 Sale 100
8753
8823
963-3
9653 97

Sale
7923
Sale

Jan.

89

Jan.

23

6224 Feb.

67

Jan.

27

91

Mar.

9923 Jan.

21

Jan.

62

5934 Mar. 17
8823 Jan.
3

Mar.

3

9

2
9924 Mar. 31 10324 Mar.
Mar. 21
8754 Mar. 5 92
Mar. 16
9634 Mar. 3 98

14
27

9924 Mar. 31 10323 Jan.

13

Feb.

4

92

Mar. 21

9423 Jan.

12

98

Mar, 16

87

94

Mar.

88

Mar. 28

95

Feb.

10

Mar.

91

Mar.

100

6134 Mar. 31

71

Mar.

61 24 Mar.
89
Mar.

75

Jan.
Jan.

26

9423 Sale
94

88

85

15

Jan.

96

6134 Sale
8934 Sale

75

Jan.

92

Mar. 30

Sale

9023

97

6523 Jan.

Mar. 28

71

8823

14

88

91

9823 Sale
9723

Mar.

9134 Mar. 25

91

Sale

Sale

5934 Mar. 17
9024 Mar. 2

81

89

Sale

9923 Sale
9423 Sale

8424 Feb. 27
9424 Jan. 19
10034 Mar. 19

Sale

94
96

Sale

Jan.
Mar.

8924 Mar.
9823 Jan.

9823 Mar. 31

66

9433
3923

8823

9034 Sale

Jan.

90

84

70
Sale

95

95

100

15

88
8854 Sale
75
8423 76 34
91
93 23 Sale
100
9923 Sale
82
8534
89
62 34
6234
66
9824
9723 Sale

"8754

Jan.

8

87

19

Mar. 25
Last sale

Mar.

Mar. 21

88

624

3

~9723 Janl"26 "9723 ".Tanl~26

89

Sale
Sale
Sale

89

Mar. 30

8723 Mar. 30
89

Mar. 31

88

8834 Sale
9623
9734
9923

88

Mar. 31
Mar. 31

97

Mar.

9053
7823

8854 Mar. 11
79
Mar. 28

88

4

9434
9423
9923
9523
9534

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

99

2

Mar.

7

9934 Jan.

7

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

9
24
8

8724 Mar.

99

89

Mar.

101

88

Mar.

99

88

Mar.

9554 Feb. 21
99

Feb. 28

16

97

Jan.

9554 Jan.
97

94

9023

105

10354 Mar.

10034 Mar.
10623 Mar.

9734 Mar.
105

102

94
65
Sale

10123 Sale

—

39.000
2,000

18

93

25

90

J

1990 J

ser

85
90

J

Mississippi Cent 1st 5s

109,000

80

J

...

9923
9134

15

J

1st cons 5s gtd as to lot

5
20

Certificates of deposit
M St P At S S M 4s stpd

Sale
95

S

Ref Ac ext 5s series A

112,000

Mar.

10034 10024

1940 J

Midland of N J 1st ext 5s

151,000
114,000

91

9023
9823 Sale

25

1977

City 5s ...1931

23,000 Mil At Nor 1st ext. 4Ha (1880)
Cons ext 424s (1884)
15,000
3,000 Mil Spar At N W 1st gu 4s

91,000

Mar. 26

10133 10123
106
10523 106
10533 10523 Sale
Sale
9934 Sale
9353

101J3

Jack L Ac S gold

24,000

97

10023 10154 10023 Mar. 18 10053 Mar. 10

1934

Mich Cent Det At Bay

52,000
119,000
24,000

19

19

Feb.

78

10023
98

10023
10133

5s

71

9123

9823 Sale

10124 101
■105
106
10423
Sale
1101
Sale
9834
67
6733
102
10023
86 ?4
8923
9323
9634
9534

2003

cons

Feb.

8423 Feb.
85

97

'10023
-—

10033
10423
10434
10023
9234
6324
9934

1st At ref 5H» seriej A........2003
1st Ac ref 5s series B

1st

72

7123 Sale
7723
7923
7934 Sale
7223 Sale
15
1923
17
1523
5
334
9523
9634

92

10023 10023

16424

103 34

1931

1st ext 4s

32,000

71

92

|10023 10023

96

...1940

Manito S W Colonix g 5s
Man G B Ac NW 1st gu 3Ha

184,000

Mar.

—...

Manila RR South Lines 1st 4a....1939

4,000
5,000

Mar. 16

................

Coll trust gold 5s.........

13,000
Atl Knox Ac Cin di? g is
1,000
Louis Cin Ac Lex di? 6 4Ha
14,000 Mahon Coal RR 1st 5s

2",000

7723
48

—-

60

1937

Paducah Ac Mem Dlv 4s

"

Sale
Sale

10224
10123
10023 10334 10023
8423
8454
8523
8123
I 8123 83

923-3
10123
9754
9924 10133
92 >4
93 34 I 9423
992-4 10023 101

77,000
20-year deb 5s.
1937
53,000
Guar ref gold 4s.
1949
43,000
N Sh Bch 1st cons gu 5s_ Oct. 1932
341,000 Louisiana Ac Ark 1st 5s series A—1969
24,000 lou AC Jeff Bridge gu g 4s
1945

7.000
39,000

7834 Mar. 26
8523 Mar. 6
78
Jan. 21

Mar. 31 10223 Feb.
96
Jan.
Mar. 14

96

10324 Jan.

61

10123 10434 103

100 34
91 24
92
90
101

1938

-

Mich Air Line

9624 Mar. 25

88

9023
96w 9153
1092« 11323 10923 112
9123
8934
106
10554

10054

cons g 5s..July 1931
gold 4s....... ..July 1931

Mex Internat

Mar. 31 10123 Mar.
3
93
Mar. 20
Mar. 14

23 105

I

97 >4

88
101

1934

15,660

Sale

103

8834
10924 11323

1949

"V,o66

14
Jan. 21
7534 Feb. 13
8423 Feb. 19
85
Feb. 18
9023 Jan.
3

9124 Jan.

101

1965

Deb gold

24,000

Sale Prices.

3

8223 Jan.

86

1941

Uniflod gold 4s

23,000
177,000

91

75

10234 107

1945

Lex Ac East 1st gu 5s

4,000

35",000

96

Sale

72 24

70

96

3003

"f,66o

276,000

Sale

9223

Mar. 31
105
Sale
103
106
10353 Mar. 10 105
10054 105
Mar. 20
10323 10034 Mar. 4 101
98
10034 10023 10323 101
5
8534 Mar. 16 8823 Mar.
8623 Sale
86 34 Sale
| 88
Sale

1954

1940

14,000 Long Island 1st

13,656

Mar.

MN

Leh V Ter Ry 1st gu g 5s
Lehigh Ac N Y 1st gu g 4s

cons

64 24
65
Sale

D
M N

Leh Vail RR gen con 5s series....2003

1st

Sale

97

1997

cons

9224 Mar. 24 *93" "Mar "l7

92

8934 Sale
5034 Sale
8223
72

Sale

5734
60 24

—...

Registered
cons

77
77

96

10323 105

37

9123

1941

Vail Harbor Term 1st 5s

Gen

10323
103 23
80

93 23

1937

2,000 Leh V (N Y) 1st gu g 4Ha
273,000 Leh Val (Pa) gen con g 4s

1~95~,666

7634 Mar. 30

Sale

9923 9623
9923
71
8523
7134
7823
103X4 10434 10323 104

1961

Registered

7623 Mar. 30

8434 Mar.

10223

9223

J

A

1961

Registered
25-year gold

93

97

1,

11.000 Lake E Ac W lat gold 5s
1,000
and gold 5s
47,000 Lake Shore Ac Mich Sou g 324s

5,OOo' Leh

S

D

1987

Plain

26,000

94

95

93

1940

Indianapolis Ac Louis? 1st gu 4s.1956
Ind Union gen Ac ref 5s A
1965
Gen Ac ref guar 5s ser B
1965

15", 600

101

Sale

1963

4His series C

7834 Mar. 26
8524 Mar. 6

92

Ind Bloomington Ac W 1st 4s

31,000

Sale
78
79

3
9

87

8423
92 23

Registered...........
Joint 1st Ac ref 5s

1.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Prices.

77

Ask.

7723

79

85
78

84

Ill Cent Ac Chic St L Ac N

200,000

JAN.

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Illinois Central (Concluded)

"

RANGE

MARCH.

IN

Jan. 2

.r

4,000
36,000

23

EXCHANGE—BONDS

Jan.

16

92

Mar. 28

8823 Mar. 11

92

Mar. 28

88

Mar. 30

79

Mar. 28

88

Mar. 30

34

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS

Sales in

Price

BONDS

March.

N.

Value.i

T.

Bid.

1938
—1947
Refunding 5c Improv't 4%a ...1977
Sec 5% notes
—
1938
Mohewk 5c Mai 1st ftu £ 4s...—1991
Mont Gent 1st £u £ 4s—
1937
1st guar gold 5s..
......1937
2000
1142,000 Morris & Esses 1st gu 3%»
Constr M 5s ser A w 1 1955
24,000
Constr M 4%s aer B w 11955
98,000

Ask.

Mobile 5c Ohio gen gold 4s

1,000
1,000
149,000
8,000

76,000

-----

90 %

85

3,000

Sale

y

69%

95

95%

3

3%

94%
95%
102% 103% 103%

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

'

99
69

IV

Mar. 28 101% Mar. 5
Mar. 30 69% Mar. 30
Mar. 31
81% Mar. 2
Mar. 23
93% Mar. 23

JAN.

X.

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Mar. 28 102
Mar. 30
Mar. 31
Feb. 18
Jan.
2
Feb. 17
Mar. 25

Mar. 25
84% Mar.
Mar. 10 107% Mar.

95% Mar.

9

3% Mar. 30
3

Mar.

4

rA

Mar. 13
Mar.
4

Nat RR Mex prior lien g 4H* ...1926
Assent cash wars rect Not 4 on

6%
3%

8%

N J June R gu 1st 4s..:
1986 F
N O 5c N East ref 4%a A
1952 J
88
27,000 New Orleans Term 1st 4s.......1953 J
98
30,000 N O Tex At Mex non cum lnc 6s .1935 A
First 5s series B
1954 A
93
32,000
1st mtge gold 5s series G—...1956 F
88
33,000
1st 4Ks series D
82
—1956 F
First 5 He series A
104",666
97%
....1954 A
Npt & Gin B pen gu g 4%a .....1945 J
97%
100
10",606 N Y 5c Bklyn AM B cons g 5S...1935 A
1935 MN 106%
84,000 N Y Cent RR con? deb 6s
Consol 4s series A__.
....1998 F A
95
166,000
Ref & Impt 4Ks series A
199,000
2013 A O 102%
A O
When issued..
2,898,000
Ref 5c lmpt 5s series C..
403,000
2013 A O 106%

1997
147,000 N Y G 5c H R £ mtge 3%a
Registered
1997
5,000
Debenture gold 4s
207,000
...1934 MN
21,000
30-year deb 4s of 1912
>..1942 J J
Lake Shore coll £ 3%«....
1998
53,000
6,000
Registered
1998
Mich Cent coll g 3%«
1998
20,000
Registered
—....1998

85
75
100 %

1937 A O

100 % 105
90
92

93

90

"92*1

93
100

99
89

100 %

92%
93%

82

86%

98

98

Sale

91

90%

Sale

Sale"

107

86%

85

mm

mm

«■

m.

mm

mm

m

107
Sale

101

100

85

Sale

82

86%

74

80

96%

97%

107% 107

3

Mar.

4

12% July'28
5
Jan. 20

Mar. 11

5

Feb.

3

7

Jan.

7

Feb.

7

4% Jan.

7

Mar. 18

87

Mar. 18

3
87

99% Feb.

6 101% Feb. 10

91% Mar. 30

92

92

Mar. 20

88

3

Mar. 18
Jan.

87
92

Mar. 18
Mar. 20

91%
Last sale

§1

83

Mar. 30

87

Mar. 12

90
98
83

87

Mar. 27

92

Mar. 11

87

Mar ."30

98% Mar.

Mar. 31
93% Mar.
98% Mar. 30 100% Mar.

75% July '29
93% Feb. 10
26
93% Jan. 27
94% Jan. 24

Jan.

6

Jan.

6 100% Jan.

Mar. 30
Mar. 27

86

89%

'89%

2

89% Mar. 30 101% Jan.
96

100%
.101%
Sale <106%
Sale ( 94%
100% 100
Sale i 100
Sale 1106%

161 % Mar 28 101%

Mar.
Mar.

.

Mar.
Mar.

107% Mar.
96% Mar.

2
2

101

6

Mar.
Mar.

100% Mar. 25
107% Mar. 21

84% Mar. 31

Mar.

106
94
100
100
106

84
84
Mar. 30
Mar.
82% 88
Mar.
100% Sale 100% Mar. 30 101
100% Sale
Mar.
3
98
98% Mar.
97% 98* 98
98%
83
83% Mar. 4 84% Mar.
83% Sale
81 % Mar.
Mar.
2
79
Sale
81%
83% 79
Mar.
83%
84% 83% 85% 83% Mar. 4 84
82
84
78% 80

30

84

9

100

84% Sale

99

99% Sale

Mar. 30

99% Mar.

Jan.

16

Jan.
"

24

Mar. 10 101*

Jan.

27

Jan.

14 107

Mar.

Mar

19, 97
2ll04

Jan.

21

Jan.

30

3 100

Feb.
Mar.
Jan.

9

12

2

100% Mar. 25

2 109

84% Jan.

9

99% Sale

10

18
July'28
4% Jan.
7

Mar. 11

85% Mar.

86

20

6

84

_____

21

4

87

Sale

mm

mm

Jan.

90

82

Jan.

5

5% Mar.

87

89

92% Sale
98%

W492

Jan.

3% Mar. 31

101% 104%

98% 100
96%
102% 101
107%
107% Sale
96% Sale
95%
100% Sale 100

mm

Sale
96%
98*
82
83.
76

&
94

95%

6%

3% Sale
86

82

93% 105
87
88

5%

18

Mar.
4
Last sale

4

T~ "4% ""5"

5%

86

13 95% Mar. 9
23 104% Feb. 24

3% Feb.

O

9

102* Feb. 17

2 103

93% Jan.
102% Jan.

3

Feb.

Mar. 30
2
Mar. 23,
Feb. 18
Jan.

108% Jan. 20

6

Jan.

Mar, 26 102% Mar. 20

94% Mar. 17

88
18#

Jan.

Last sale

4%

4%

1st g 4a

Highest.

102%
102% 103%
84
Sale
84% ~85% 84
106% 108 % 106% 108% 107
101
101% 101
102% Sale

on

N Y Chic 5c St Louis

"74%

O

First cons gold 4s
—1951
5,000
Assenting cash warr rect No 4 on
10,000 Naugatuck RR 1st g 4s...
1954 MN
New England RR cons 5s..
1945 J J
Cons guar 4s
T.666
1945 J J

39,000

Sale

100

91%
91%
108% 109% 108%

mm
A

A

5

Sale

93 %
95
101
104

1937

No

Ask.

"99%

80%
Sale

106%
101

100 % 101 %

Sale

102% 104%

40,000

April 1914 coupon off
Assent warr receipt

102 H
88

105" Sale"

Nashville Ghat & St L 1st 4s....1978

National Ry of Mexico—
Prior Hen 50-year a f 4K»-----1957
Assent cash warr rects No 3 on
Guar 4s Apr 1914 coupon....-.1977
1,000

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

SINCE

Lowest.

March 31.

95%

Montgomery Dlv 1st £ 5s

Nash Fla 5t Sheff 1st gu g 5s

March 2.

RANGE

IN MARCH.

PRICES

Jan. 2
1931.

STOCK EXCHANGE.

Jan.

7

87% Jan. 24
85% Feb.
9

Mar. 80
2 101
Feb.

Mar.

9

25

6

98% Feb. 13
Jan.

6

76
82

Jan.

82% Jan.
85% Jan.

6
22

80

19
5
23

97% Jan. 10
2
82% Feb.

Jan.

Jan.

2
29
3

85

84

Jan.

7

3 100

97% Jan.

Jan.

20

A O

Registered.

"8", 066
25-year debenture 4s
1931
207,000
6% gold notes
1932
Refunding 5%a series A......1974
140,000
Refunding 4%a series C
1978
882,000
119,000 NY Connecting 1st gu 4%a A..-1953
1st gtd 5s series B
1953
1947
~~i",666 NY& Erie 1st ext g 4s
1933

3d ext gold 4 Hs

N Y Lack & West let 5s A

8", 606

A

O

A

O

M S

1st 5C ret guar 4%a Ser B
N Y 5t Jersey 1st 5s
-

100 %

Sale

99% Sale
101% 103

F

A

90
102

F

A

104

Sale

105%

Sale

MN
M

S

1947 M N
2000 MN
1973 MN
1973 MN
1932 F A

N Y 5c Greenw L guar g 5s
N Y & Harlem £ 3%a
-

5,000

MN

Long Branch gen 4s.... .1941 M S
NY5cNE Boston Ter 1st 4s_. .1939 M S
N Y 5c

88
...

95%

79
101

100%
100% 101
86

100%
101% Sale
106% Sale
91% Sale
102
102%
103% 105%
92%
98%
96%
97%
84%

100

100% Mar.
101% Mar.

101% Sale
104% Sale
86% Sale
102

104

100%
101%
106%
92%
103%

Mar.

86% Mar.
102

Sale

Mar.

104% 105
93%
92% Mar.
98%
96%
98%
84%
88%
103
103%
103% Mar.
103
102%
101% 101% 101% 101% i01% Mar.'

7

92%

97% Feb.
99% Jan.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar."

102

100% Jan. 22
102
107

102

7

Jan.

Feb.

9

Feb.

20
7

105

104% Jan.
92% Mar.
96

Jan.

103% Jan.

86% Mar.

Jan.

93

Jan.

Jan.

92% Mar.
14

24

16

7

97% Feb. 21

103% Mar. 10

103% Mar. 10 103% Mar. 10

101% Mar."20

100% Jan.

6 101% Mar. 20

89

89

N Y New Haven 5c Hartford—
Non-conv debenture 4s...... .1947 M S
.1947 A O
Non-conv debenture 3%s

7,000
20,000
66,000
35,000
75,000

Non-conv debenture 4s...... .1955 J

2,000
72,000
27,000
577,000
1,000

21,000

,
J

33,000

11",066
2,000

1171,000
1199,000
31.000

,

O
J

.1956 MN
Non-cony debenture 4s
J
Convertible debenture 3%a.. .1956 J
.1948 J
J
Convertible debenture 6s

27,000
170,000

103,000
20,000
1,000

.1954 A

Non-conv debenture 3%a

J

Registered

Il940

Collateral trust 6a

.1957 MN
.1967 J D

Debenture 4s......

1st & ref 4%a ser of

1927

Harlem R & Pt Ches 1st 4»-_

.1954 MN

1992
1955
1942
N Y 5c Putnam 1st con. guar 4s ..1998
N Y Susq 5t West 1st ret g 5s
1937
Second gold 4Hs... .—...
>1937
General gold 5s...
—1940
Terminal 1st gold 5s
1943
N Y Westches 5c Bos 1st 4%a
1946
Nord Rys extl s f 6%«
1950
Norfolk South 1st 5t ref 5s A
1961
N

Y Ont 5c West 1st g 4«—.June

General 4s

N Y Prov 5c Boston gen

O

4s

...

82%

70
81

73

83

80% Sale
70
114 %

74

Sale

J

A

88

64%

M S
J

D

A O
A O

J
F A
F A
M N

104 %

70%
72
91% Sale
88
88%

J

A O

F

A

81

Sale

36%

37

95

93%

50

99%
79% Sale
105
36

Sale

Sale

89

Feb.

Feb.

84

Mar. 12

81 %

Feb.

Mar. 12

79%
86%
86%
79%

Mar. 21

73
83

Jan.

Mar. 21

;

42%,

69
83
58

Mar. 25

84

81

Mar.

Mar.
86
87
88
Mar.
W4*
87
88
86%
Mar. 30, 87%
§5% Sale
80
83
79%
Mar. 14l 83
116
Mar. 30117%
116% Sale
117% Sale
115
Mar.
3 115%
105% Sale" 105" 105% 105% Mar. 9 106
74
Sale
74
Mar.
77% 82
77%
93% Sale
94% Sale
92% Mar.
94*
89
93%
92%
93% Mar.
93*

95

91%

77

90

85

85

40% Sale
30
33

J

J

105"

89% Mar.

89%
82%
79%

95%
72%

"96""
73%

~6i""

68

S*
36
91%
94%
76

"59"

45%
Sale

77%
69%
Sale

4i

Mar.

32

Mar. 14
Mar. 27
Mar.
4

Mar.

2

iih

.Tan.

80% Jan.
70

Jan.

83

114% Jan.

Mar. 18

114

Mar.

4

Mar.

9

Mar.

7

104%
71%
91%
89%

118%
115%
106%
77%
95%
93%

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
.Tan.
Jan.

Mar. 20

45% Mar. 27

37

38
96

Mar. 27

31% Jan.

Mar. 27

96

96% Mar.

7

6

77

Mar. 27

Mar. 11

61

Mar.

71% Mar.
58

3

Mar. 10
Mar. 13
Mar.
9

3

99% Sale
99% 99% 98% Mar. 17 99% Mar. 2
84% Sale
86% Sale
83% Mar. 30 87% Mar. 11
106% Sale
106% Sale
106% Mar. 9 106% Mar. 31
33
40
Mar. 19
40
Mar.
3
44%
.35% 36

Feb.
Mar

26

5
.

27

Mar. 10
Mar. 13
Mar.

9

Jan.

9

Mar. 18

Jan. 21
Feb. 24
Jan.

27

Mar. 20

46% Jan.
38% Jan.
96

20

9
21

Mar. 27

92% Jan.

6

96% Mar.

70

Jan.

2

78

Feb.

13

58

Jan.

61

Feb.

24

98% Mar.
78% Jan.
105

Jan.

7

99% Mar. 2
87% Mar. 11
2 107% Jan. 26

36

Jan.

2

45

Jan.

9

77

Jan.

22

81

Feb.

25

ft
Norfolk Ac South 1st g 5s

10",000

Norfolk 5c Western gen g 6s

...

.1941 MN
.1931 MN

Improvement 5c ext g 6s.......1934
.1932
New River 1st gold 6s
io~i",666 Norfolk 5t West Ry 1st con g 4s....1996
.1996
Registered
.1944
Div 1st 5c gen g 4s
~23",66o
.1941
Pocahontas C 5c C Joint 4a
20,000
.1974
North Gent gen 6c ref 5s A
Gen 5c ref 4H* series A stpd_..1974
.1945
Northern Ohio 1st gunr g 5s
3,000
1,000

420,000 Northern Pacific prior Hen 4a....1997
.1997
8,000
Registered
...
Gen Hen ry at Id gt 3s....Jan 2047
173,000
Registered.
.Jan 2047
2047
Ref 3c Impt 4 Ha Series A
ii7"5o6
2047
Ref Ac Impt 6s Series B
212,000
...
2047
Ref 5c Impt 5s Series C
16,000
Ref 5c lmpt 5s Series D..—. .2047
43,000
.1933
1,000 North Pac Terminal 1st 6s
2.000 Northern Ry of Calif guar 5s... .1938

3,000
2,000
14,000
4,000
28,000
122,000

F

A

102%
101 %

97%

A O

J

J

J

D

Sale

M

S

100% 102

102%

A O

91

Sale

Q J
Q J
Q F
Q F
J

Sale

92

98
_

—

95%

94% Sale
93
91%
68% Sale
65

70
Sale

87

100% 100% 100% Mar. 23 1003

Mar. 23

104%
101%
98%

Mar. 16

104% Mar. 16 1043

98%
97%
98% Sale
98
98%

107

102% 103%
93%
94%
94% Sale
92% 93%
Sale

63% 66
96% Sale
112% Sale

Sale

113

J

102 %

J

102%

Sale
102% 104% 104
Sale
102% 103% 104
105
105%
102
103%

J
O

.1946 J D
.1938 F A
J

79

94%
101
94
108
108

93
99

76

102"
Sale
109

50
96%

71

102%
102
103% 102%
96
97% 96%
107%
107% 109
107% 108% 107%
,94% 95% 94%
102%

_____

45

95%
101

Mar." 1.4

98% Mar.

6

Mar.

6

96% Jan. 29,
96% Jan.
97% Jan.

97 % Mar.

2

99

97% Mar.

3

97% Mar. 20

93% Mar. 30

94% Mar. 11

90

94

95% Mar.

93

99 " Jan.
97% Jan.

7
19

99

Jan.

2

Jan.

100

Jan.

27

101% Feb.

103
97

Feb.

16

Jan.

Jan.

16

Jan.

97

Jan.

95

Jan.

96

Mar.

91% Mar.
67% Mar.
96%
112%
103%
103%
105%
103%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

6
92% Mar. 11
68% Mar. 25

98% Mar.
113% Mar.
105

91% Mar.
Feb.

101

Jan.

113% Jan.

102% Feb.

105% Jan.

102

105% Jan.

9
7

Mar. 11

104% Mar. 11
105% Mar. 26
103% Mar. 25

73

Jan.

Feb.
Mar.

67

Feb.
105
Feb.
102% Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

27
24
21
10

105% Jan.
103% Mar. 25

75% Feb. 28

77

Jan,

28

95

95

92% Sale
.....

Sale

97%

_____

J

99%

9
100% Mar. 23 101% Feb.
104% Mar. 16104% Mar. 16

_____

Sale"

J

.1938 J

Sale

97%

5

J

J




Sale

107

.19a J J

sale.

98
98

Sale
96
103 %

.1946 J

Cash

98%
96%
Sale

S

5s...->

c

99

M

Oregon-Wash 1st 5c ref 4».

7,000 Pacific Coast Co 1st g 5s.
19,000 Pacific RR of Mo 1st ext 4s
2d extended gold 5s
6,000

—

101%

A O

90

104

O

.1937 A O
General gold 5s.....
....
.1946 J D
Oregon RR 5c Nav con g is
J
Oregon Short Line 1st con £ 5s. .1946 J
con

81%
100%

A

J
Ogden 5c Lake Gh 1st guar g 4a. .1948 J
Ohio Connecting Ry 1st 4s.—. .1943 M S
.1936 J D
Ohio River RR 1st g 5s

Guaranteed

75
85
100 % 101%

40
96%

101%

Mar.

6 102% Mar.
6
Mar. 23 102% Mar. 23
Mar. 16
97% Mar. 11
Mar.
7 109% Mar. 6

___

103
97
109

109%
Sale

94% Mar. 13

95% Mar.

Sale

37

41

97%

____!

Mar. 30 108% Mar.

3
6

101 % Feb. 10 102% Mar. 6
102
Feb.
3 102% Mar. 23
92
Jan. 31
97% Mar. 11
107
Feb. 18 109% Mar. 6
107
Feb.
2 109% Jan. 20

92% Jan.

2

95% Jan.

Mar. 16

37

3

53

95% Mar.
96% Mar. 13
Mar. 17
101% Mar. 20 102

101

Mar.

Mar.

95% Feb.
Jan.

2
97
24 102

Jan.

26
8

Feb. 20
Mar. 17

N. Y. STOCK
ales

Price

BONDS

dare
Valu

Bid.

~9l"

f *%•—1955 J

J

1968 M

S

Paullsta Ry 1st 8c ret 7s

xt:

1942 m

e

1958 F A
1958 M S

Gonsol Hold 4s..

89

1948 MN

Registered
Consol
Issue of 1915
1960 F A
General 4lis Series A
......1965 J D
General 5s Series B._.........1968 J D

28"
255,
117,
331,

15-year secured 6lis
Registered...

1964 MN

F

.....

996,
046,

Pennsylvania Co—
Guar 3lis coll tr reg ctfs

~4"

ser

Guar 3 lis coll tr ctfs ser B
Guar g 3lis tr ctfs series C
Guar g 3Hs tr ctfs Series D
Guar gold 15-25-year 4s

"4"
5,
11,
184,

40-year guar

98

993

98

98

97%

Sale

1942 J

D

Sale

97% Sale

1944 J

D

1931 A

O

tr ctfs 4s Ser B..1952 MN

104% Mar. 3 105% Mar. 16
96% Mar. 31 98
Mar.
2
95% Mar. 27 97% Mar. 20

Sale

1977 A

88:::::
88-51"

—

100% Sale"
99%
93%
94%
94%
101% Sale
100% Sale

Sale

100

100% 102

2

Mar. 24
Mar. 6
Mar. 26
Mar. 7

89

92

1963 MN

Mar.

5
4

105
Mar. 11 106%
101% Mar. 16 102%
109
Mar.
2 110%
109% Mar. 6 110%

87

89%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 26
Mar. 10
Mar. 3
Mar. 3

91

90%
86%
86%
89%
86%
89%
100% 100%

105

107
105

105% Sale
96% Sale
96% Sale

109% Sale
105

Sale

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

95%
97%
99%
98%

106

Sale
Sale

98

109

Sale Prices.

101% Sale
109% Sale
109% Sale

105% Sale

104% 105%
Sale
109% Sale
108% Sale

Highest.

j

Sale Prices.

IVi

O

A.1937 M S
1941 F A

Secured gold 4 % 8

Ask.

A

.1981 A

MARCH.

Lowest.

101% 101%
104% 104% 104%
107
Sale
106%
103% Sale 103
Sale
94
93
95%
97
97%
99%
Sale
97%
98%
99
98%

93

103 %

1970 A O
—

Ask. Bid.

104

1936 F A

40-year 5s
Debenture gold 4 lis..
General 4%s series D__

238"

95

973
973

.....1948 MN

Stamped dollar bonds

IN

March 31.

101%
104% Sale
106% Sale
103% 104

104% 104%
106% Sale
102% Sale

Penn RR consol fold 4s........1948 MN

49,
1,

Bid.

Ask.

95 %

Paris-Lyona-Med RR 6s......
Sinking fund extl 7s
Paris-Orleans RRExt s f 5

136,
18,

March 2.

1931.

"T
a

PRICES

Jan. 2

n. t. stock exchange.

Paducah Ac Illinois 1st

EXCHANGE—BONDS

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

90% Mar. 13
89% Mar.

90% Mar. 13

9

90% Mar. 16
100
Mar. 10 100% Mar.
2
93% Mar. 3 95
Mar.
9
Mar. 30 102% Mar.
6

loSg

Penn Ohio 5c Detroit RR—

146,
45,
20,

1st 5c ret gold 4lis series A
Peoria 5t East 1st cons 4s

60"
55

1st 4s Series B
1st g 41is ser C

297

11

80

~97~"
94

—1980 M

w

S

1943 M.N
—1974 F A

f 4s
1937 J
Pine Creek registered guar 6s—1932 J
Pitts 5c West Va 1st 414s ser A —1958.J

14

33

Pitts McK 5c

J

D

5,

12"
29,
151,
915,
723,
5,
176,
2,
45,
19,

59"
4,

156,
17,
61,
1

1,

"1"

103%
103%

D

J

.1977 J

J

2,

29

con

102%
103%

101

103

.1943 J

J

101

103%

...

MN
J

D
A

Prior lien 4s series. A

102

J

618
40

St Paul Minn 5c Man

cons

1st consol gold 6a

O
8
J
J

J

A O
A

92%
Sale

99

Sale

m

"82% "96"

166""

98

96

Sale

85%

Sale

2%
2%
95% Sale
84% Sale

98

87%

88%

103"

100

100%

100% Sale

Sale

100

O

J

87

Sale

8

79%

Sale

Mar.
Mar.

J

1931 J

J

Mar. 18 104
Mar. 13 103

90%
93%

96

92% Sale

94

101

95
83

4

Mar. 28
Mar. 13

J
A

85%
79%
99% Sale
90%
93
94% Sale
100

Sale

86% Sale
81% Sale

102% 101 % Mar.

99% 100% 100
100

Sale

80% Sale
70
Sale

1968 J

D

89

1947 J
4s_.—1933

J

4Hs

J
J

1933

J
J

D

1940 J

J

1972 J

J

San Ant 5c Aran Pass 1st guar 4s. 1943 J
J
Santa Fe Presc 5c Phenix 1st 5s._1942 M S

1st g 6s

1934 A

O

1st g 5s
1934 A O
Sclo Vail 5c N E 1st guar g 4s....1989 MN
Seaboard Air Line 1st g 4s
..1950 A O
1950 A

Oct 1949 P

,

O

May 1933 m e
1935 F

A

1935 F
Seaboard 5c Roanoke 1st 5s extd.1931 J

A

A

Series B

cons

guar 5s

1936 F

Gen cons guar 59-year 5s.....1963
Sou Pac Co 4s Cent Pac coll Aug. *49
1st 4 %8 (Oregon Lines) ser A..1977
Convertible 5s
...1934
Gold

1968

1

J

A O
J
VI

D
S

f

D

M

P

May 11969 VI N

San Francisco Term 1st 4s.

Registered.......

93

1956

V

o

1950

6

O

91

Sale

Sale

92

95
Sale

111

96% Sale

96

98%
92%
110%
95%

100
80
70

6

2
5

Mar. 28
Mar. 31

86% Mar. 2
81% Mar. 2
69% Mar. 30

Sale

17

Sale

11%

47% Sale
7%
8% Sale

48

Sale
Sale

43%

92

109%
Sale

100% Sale
102% 103
97% Sale

H*

93

Sale

94%

97

89

Mar. 30 101% Mar.

311101

3

Mar.
5 100% Mar.

2

25,108% Mar.

3

9

85% Mar. 13i
77% Mar. 18|
100
82

87% Mar. 10
77% Mar. 18
Mar. 19 100% Mar.
2
Mar. 14

96% Mar. 17

90
Mar.
98% Mar.

3

2

100

Mar. 10 100
Mar. 10
91% Mar. 11
91% Mar. 11

99% Mar.

3

Mar.

2

104

101% Mar. 10

98% Mar. 17

98% Mar. 17

95

Sale
Sale

110

Mar.

3 111

95% Mar. 14

Mar.

2

96% Mar.

2

—

104% Mar. 10 104% Mar. 10

101%
96% 100

15%

109

86

96%

104%

97%

Sale

96

7
4

104

,

17

90

Mar.

Mar.

99% Mar.
103% Sale" 103% Mar.
101% 102
101% Mar.

49%
43%
3%
15%

10%
9%
90
101%

97

86% Mar.

4 103

100

Sale

104%
101%

100%

Sale

"Si* "94%
88
94

101% 102

103%
100%
40%
45
40% Sale

76

"99%

94
99
104

104

97

83
95

Sale

"96""

102% 103%

94

73
100

Sale

100%

98%
Sale

108% 110

A

1959 A O
1945 M S

...

6s series A...
Certificates of deposit
cons

Atlan-Blrm Div 1st g 4s
Seaboard-All Fla 1st 6s A

97

93

100% Sale

96

98%
103% 105
100% 102

92

86
79
90

4

Mar. 14 100% Mar.
Mar.
2 100% Mar.

69% Mar. 30

98%
100%

73% Mar.

100% Mar. 20 100% Mar. 4
74% Mar. 25
75
Mar. 30
Mar.
9
82%
Mar. 4 92
92
Mar. 18
92% Mar. 31

100% 101%

84%

Mar. 18
Mar. 13

Mar. 31
96% Mar. 4
Mar. 21 103
Mar. 23
Mar. 31 102% Mar. 25

100% 101% 100% Sale
100% Mar,
100% Sale
100% 101% 100% Mar,
Sale
106
Mar,
106% 103
98%

104

4

94

103

Mar.

100% 100%
100% 100%
100

Mar.

Mar. 31 110% Mar. 10
Mar. 13 101% Mar.
6

1083
1003

100% Sale

1931 J

Registered....

96

31
30

4
Sale

3

6

12

13

6

Sale

50%

Mar. 18
Mar.
4

4

Mar.

3

16

Mar.

2

Mar

23

50

4

17% Mar. 2
14% Mar. 26

40

51

Mar,

4

Mar. 20

6

Mar, 31

8

Mar,

110
95
99

7

96

97

43% Mar.

10% Mar, 30
11% Mar 30

Sale

40

Mar, 13

37% Mar, 18
30% Mar 30
4
3% Mar
12

"31"'

46

10% Mar.

2

9% Mar.

4

Mar.
Mar.

111% Mar. 27

Mar.

101%.Mar. 4
103% Mar. 19
98% Mar. 10
99% Mar.
6
97% Mar. 12

96

116%
99

102%
111%

Sale

95

Sale

100% Sale
99
102% 103% 103

Sale

98

Sale

98%
95%

Sale

97

96%
96%
93

102% Mar.
96% Mar.
96% Mar.
95% Mar.

Sale
Sale
Sale
95

Cash sale.




95% Mar. 23
95% Mar. 19
95% Mar. 25

100

100% 100% 100% 101
61
78%
74%
77%
90
82% 82

JB*

MN

Montana Ext 1st gold 4s......1937 J

c

100

80%

A

Pacific Ext sterling guar 4s
St Paul Union Depot 1st 5s

w

mm

J

J

.........1933

6s reduced to gold

,

mm

.1978 M

1st consol gold 4s......
St Paul E Grand Trunk 4%s

4%8
Gold 4%s

m

80

102%

mm*

1st terminal 5c unlf 5s........1952 J
St Paul & K C Short L 1st 4 %•— . 1941 F
St Paul 5c Duluth 1st 5s
...1931 F

502

—

24

Mar.

—

95%
105%
73%
89%
96%
102%
102%
109%

2

South & Nor Ala

24

—

Sale
100% 101

102% 103%
104
104%
103
103%
103%
92%
95%
105%
73%
73%
89%
96%
95% Sale
95%
Sale
101% Sale 101%
Sale
101% Sale
101%
109%
"79%
79%
102%

2

St Louis Peoria 5t N W 1st gu 5s_1948 J
J
St Louis Southern 1st guar g 4s_1931 M S
St. Louis Southwest 1st g 4s
1989 MN
2d gold 4s income bond..Nov 1989 J
J
Consol gold 4s
...1932 J D

15

Sale
Sale

102

Mar. 10

—.....

St L 5c San Fran Ry gen g 6s
General gold 5s

Stamped..
Adjustment 5s

102

109%

.1950 J

Registered—

Sav Fla 5c West

75%

91

Prior lien 5s series b......... .1950

1st 5c

45"

93

92

F

.1939

Con M 4lis series A

Refunding g 4s

118

94%

.1940

St Lawr 5c Adirondack 1st g 5s...1996
2d gold 6s
.1996
St Louis Iron Mtn 5c South—
Gen con ry & land grant 5s....1931
River 5c Gulf Dlv 1st g 4s
.1933
St Louis-San Francisco Ry —

117

366

101% Sale

101%
103% 104

5c coll trust 4s series A..1949 A

567
71

101

Sale

O

Rock Isl'd Ark 5c Louis 1st 43i«-..1934 M
Rutland-Canadian 1st guar g 4s..1949 J
Rutland 1st cons g 4lis
.1941 J
St Jos 5c Grand Island 1st g 4s...1947 J

2

65

109% 111% 108%

.1940 A

.1934

Guar (Jan 1922 coupon)
Rio Grande Western 1st g 4s

165

104

110

66

"l"

12"

108%

Sale

Mar. 20

97%
96%
96%
105
Mar. 19 105
103%
Mar. 19
103% Sale 103% Mar. 31 103% Mar. 31
108% 109% 109% Mar. 25 110% Mar. 9

108% Sale

77
95

8,

86

96

D

Yough 1st guar 6s_..1932

13

Mar. 30 104% Mar. 17
Mar. 13 94% Mar. 7
Mar. 31 99% Mar. 2
5
Mar.
98
Mar. 25

!tH

91
97
96

96
103

.1956 M 9
Read Co Jersey Cen coll g 4s.....1951 A O
Gen 5c ref 414 a
.1997 >
J
Gen & ref 4lis series B
.1997 J
J
Rensselaer 8c Saratoga 1st gu 6s..1941 MN

1st

96
.

101

1970 J

Mar. 20

13

103%
102% 104% 102%
93
92%
92%
Sale
94% Sale
92%
QQ
Sale
97%
108%
23%
22%
23% 22%
102% 102%
"96% 92
95%
95%
QO 3.7
94% 95
93%
Sale" 94% 95% 94%
Sale
95

.

A

MN

14

20"

...

98% Mar. 31 100% Mar. 10
85% Mar. 4 87
Mar. 10

20

101% 102% 101% 102% 102% Mar. 9 102% Mar
9
102
101% 102% 102% Mar. 13 102% Mar. 13
101% 102

...

...

97

99% Sale
86% 87

101% 102

A

Richmond & Mecklenburg 1st 4s..1948 MN

38,
h

...

F

Richmond Term Ry 1st guar 5s...1952 J
Rio Grande June 1st guar g 5s...1939
Rio Grande Southern 1st g 4s....1940

127,

99% 102%
98%
95%
87%

F

........1975 A O

Pitts Va 5t Char 1st guar 4s
.1943
Pitts Y 5c Ash 1st gen 4s ser A...1948
1st gen 5s series b
.1962
Providence Securities deb 4s
.1957

55,

94%

MN

Providence Terminal 1st 4s

29"

Sale

MN

.............

2d guar 6s
Pitts Shen 8c L E 1st g 5s
First consol gold 5s...

1

79

92

94

General g 5s ser b_
General 41is series C

*2

10

94

101

Registered

95

94%

92%

1960'A O

Gen guar 5s series A

32
350

22%
102%

97

1959 A

Con 4s series F guar g...
1953
Con 4s series G guar g__
1957
Con 4s series h guar g— ......I960
Con 4 lis series I guar g. .....1963
Con 4 3is series J guar
1964

4

97

Sale

92

A...1940 A O
Con 4!4s series B guar g
1942 A O
Con 4lis series C guar g...
1942 MN
Con 4s series D guar g..
1945 MN
Con 31i> series E guar g_.
1949 F A

"4

99%

102% 104

P C C 5c St L guar g 4lis ser

1

92

108%

23

s

1st mtge 4lis series C

8

Sale

100% Sale
95%
97

1st M 4 lis ser B

111

103%
104%

108%

Sale
87

24%

100

103% Sale

1956 J

Philippine Ry 1st 30-yr

"4"

iiH

1990 A

Phila Bait 8c Wash 1st g 4s
General 5s Series B

19"

"l"

1940 A

Income 4s (flat)

Peoria 5c Pekln Un 1st 5%» A...1974 F
Pere Marq 1st 5s Series A
—1956 J

100%
85%

\

•:

5

97

Mar.

3

EXCHANGE-BONDS

JST. Y. STOCK

36
Sales in

H

BONDS

March.

Ask

Bid.

59,000

2791666
10,000

140", 000
25,000
438,000
60,000
116,000

161665
63",656
3,000

Calif 1st cono 5a
I9$7 M N 101
97
South Pac Coast juar 4*
1937 J J
96%
South Pac RR 1st ref guar 4a
1955 J J
Reft! ate rod
J J
Stamped Federal tax
1955 J J
Southern Ry 1st cons 5a....
1994 J J 110
Registered...
...
1994 J J
86 %
Derel & gen 4a series A
...1954 A O
Devel & gen 6s aeries A
1956 A O 110)4
Devel 8c gen 6%a series A
1956 A O 115
Memphis Diy 1st g 5s
1996 J J 100)4
87
St Louis Div 1st g 4a
1951 J J
90)4
East Tenn reorg Uen 5s_.
..1938 M S
Mobile & Ohio col! tr 4s
1938 M S
40)4
Spokane Internat 1st g 5s....
1955 J J
Staten Isl Ry 1st gu g
Sunbury & Lewis

Sale

109

Sale

1st g

438,000

Unlor

...1952

A

O

1947

J

J

1947

J

102

Sale

103"

1967
1968
4s
4s

U N J RR 8c Canal Co gen

Utah 8c Northern 1st ext

D

1944 M 8
1933 J J

1st 4%a

F

90%
84%

Virginia Midland general 5s

Va 8c Southwest 1st guar 5s

J

J

A

O

1936
2003
1958
Virginian Ry 1st 5s ser A.......1962
1st mtge 4%s series B
1962
Wabash RR 1st gold 5s
1939
Second gold 5a
1939
Ref 8c gen s f 5 Ms ser A
1975
Deb 6s registered..
1939
1st lien 50-year gold term 4s.. 1954
Det 8c Ch Ex 1st g 5s
1941
1,000
Des Moines Dl? 1st g 4s
1939
6,000
Omaha Div 1st g
...1941
13,000
Tol 8cCbic Div 1st g 4s
..1941
8,000
35,000 Wabash Ry ref 8fc gen 5s ser B ..1976
Ret 8r gen 4%» series C
109,000
1978
Ref 8c gen 5s series D
50.000
1980
First cona 50-year

5s

M N

....

3 %•

Warren RR 1st ref guar

Wash Cent Ry 1st g 4s

Wash Term 1st guar 3%«

MN
MN
F

A

M

8

J

54

101% 162%
97% 100
79%
105% Sale
100
102%
103
Sale

96

Jan.

95

Apr. 28

Mar.

92

4

2

92

Jan.

89

Mar.

9

Mar. 31 100

99% Mar.
99% Mar.

7

94

Mar. 31 100

7

Mar. 31

102%

95

100

Mar.

94

Mar.

93% Mar.
106

Mar. 12

107

Mar.

89%

84

J

88

A

85%

M

91

F

94

A

84

92%
Sale
Sale

A

94%

Sale

2000 F A
1948 Q M
1945

.

95

Mar. 31

100

95% Mar.

6

100

Mar.

75

Mar. 10

74

75

3

98%
98%

A*
Sale

96% Mar.

Mar. 23

Mar. 30 102

Mar.

Mar.

98

96% Mar. 11

2

Mar.

69% Mar.

7

Mar.

6

Mar. 27

88%
93%
78%
92%
101%

Sale
Sale
93%
Sale

J

92

Sale

56,000
Registered
..2361 J J
1966 M S
15,000 Wheel 8c L E Ref 4%s ser A
Refunding 5s ser B
...1976 M S
1,000
M 8
26,000 Wheel 8t L Erie RR 1st con g 4S..1949
1942 J D
31,000 Wilkes-B 8c East 1st gu g 5s..
Wilmar 8c Sioux Falls 1st 5s
1938 J J
;
1960 J J
■9", 660 Winston-Salem S B 1st 4s
1949 J J
20,000 Wisconsin Cent 1st gen g 4s

88%
90%
95%

2361

J

Sup 8c Dul Dl? & Ter 1st 4s_—1936
6,000
1,000 Worcester 8c Conn East Ry 4H»-WU

90

88

"92%

Sale

42%
99%
87%
51%

M N
J

65

J

D

75

68

J

56

70

■

'

88

48%
101%
92%
65%
75
70

5

Jan.

6
12

Jan.
Feb.

21

102% Jan.

Jan.

99% Jan.

Jan.

16

Jan.

28

5 105
2 102%
94% Mar. 31 102%
Last sale
98%
86% Feb. 19 94%

7

Mar. 29

5

Jan.

"74""

90%
89

87% Mar.
92% Mar.

871
921

Jan.

8

95

Mar. 17
90% Mar. 6
89% Mar. 10
92% Mar .13

Feb.

10

88

Mar.

91

Mar.

2

88

Mar. 23

28
20
Feb. 25
90
92% Jan. 20
96% Jan. 22

75%
87%

76

Mar.

85% Mar.

7

76

Mar. 27

89% Jan.

Mar.

3

87% Mar. 27

102

Mar.
Mar.

92

87% Mar.

92%

102

Jan.

28 102
91

88

Mar. 28

96

Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

23
9

83

91%
95%

93

96% Mar. 30
80% Mar. 31

92%
92%
89% Sale
"93% 95% 95%
100%
101
90%
90
44%
52
55
102%
93% 94%
59% Sale
66

93% Sale

91

90%

17
21

98

88

102

8

.....

Jan.

94% Jan.

113

2

Mar.

96% Mar. 30
83
Mar. 10
81
Sale
82
Sale
96
Mar.
3
91
Mar. 31
Sale
95
96% 91
103% 104% 103% Mar. 2 103% Mar. 20
103% Sale
96% Mar. 24
96
Mar.
3
96%
95%
Mar.
4
89
Sale
88% Mar. 28 95
94% Sale

90

91
8

M

16
6

102% Feb. 26

89

88

III

92

91%

13

Mar. 16

Mar.

87
102

80

91%
91

93

M

86
102

8 100% Feb.
9
98% Feb.
98
Jan.

Feb.

97
99

100%
104%
102%
98%

Mar.

26

96% Feb.
4% Jan.

108%

94% Mar.

Jan.

Feb.
9
98
Jan. 12
26 102% Mar. 27
7 100% Feb. 16
Jan.
5
67% Feb. 19 77
7
105% Feb.
3 108% Jan.
Jan. 26
99
Jan. 31 102

7

Mar.

101

94% Sale

Jan.

92% Feb.
97% Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

Sale

Sale
84
Sale
91% Sale

Mar. 10

110

102% Mar. 27
100% Mar. 20

102% Mar.

101

90%

97

5

96% Feb.
93% Jan.
99% Jan.

Mar. 30 112% Mar. 16
Mar. 30 94% Mar. 13
Mar. 23 98% Mar. 30

Mar.

93%

6
Mar. 24
90% Jan.
5
79% Feb. 19
76
Feb. 19
60
Jan.
5

10

96

6

7

Jan.

Feb.

74

99% Mar. 18

5
7

26
Mar. 12

95% Mar.

53

97% Mar. 30

17

Jan.

10

73% Feb. 19

103

90

7 100

Jan.

89

50

Sale

92%

Jan.

Mar. 29

95% Jan.

6

Mar. 24

97

Mar. 24

103

87

98%

10

Jan.
Feb.

90

Sale

86
102
90
89

10

31
2
16

7 107
5 103% Mar. 17
14 100% Mar. 7
Mar. 14 100% Mar. 20
Feb. 18
Jan.
9 94

101
100

Mar. 31 100

100

Sale

Sale

2 113
95

100% Jan.

103% Mar. 17
100% Mar. 7
100% Mar. 20

102% Mar.
100% Mar.
100% Mar.

100
97
100% 100
"69"" 69
71%
69%
106%
Sale
106% Sale
107
99% 100
100
102% 98%

1.04

22

Jan.

93

28

Jan.

Mar. 10

102

105% Mar. 10
93% Mar. 31
106% Mar. 7

90% Jan.

96
4

Jan.

Jan.

97

98

Sale
Sale

99%
97%

J

Registered
West Shore 1st 4s guar....

47

J

J

1st 40-year guar 4s
3,000
.......1945
224,000 West Maryland 1st g 4s__.
1952
First 8c ref 5%« series A
69,000
1977
1937
45,000 West N Y 8c Pa 1st g 5s
General gold 4s
73,000
1943
1946
130,000 Western Pacific 1st 5s ser A

121",000

40% Mar. 30

Last sale

101%

102)1

27
17

Mar. 25

95

98% Sale

98
5%

Jan.
Feb.

96

109

94%
95% Sale
101
Sale
102
111% 112% 111%
112
92%
93
Sale
93% Sale
97%
99)4 98% 99% 97%
98%
Sale
Sale
113

96

25
Feb. 24

Feb.

110% Mar. 20 112% Mar. 25

95% Mar.

36

96

98

90

MN

Mar. 16

Feb. 20

16

Feb.

93

85

Sale

90

47

19

Feb.

Mar.
Jan.
3 102
Feb. 21 105% Mar.
93% Mar.
Feb.
4
Jan.
3 106% Feb.
Jan. 14 102%, Feb.

Sale

69

75

99% Sale

1934

2

Mar. 25

85

50%

96% Sale
100% Sale
110% 110%
93% Sale
95%

A

Sale

95

93

90
87
74
85

2

96

96

"50%

1957 MN

Consol 4a Series B
Vera Cruz 8c P Aastg

3,000
14,000
12,000
89,000
13,000
62,000
34,000
78,000

J

J

1955

Vandalia consol g 4s A

2,000

J

.....

95%
Sale

7

92% Mar.

Sale

98%

Mar. 13

31 111
28 108%
88%
110% Mar. 26 113%
114
Mar. 19 117%
102
Feb. 24 102
89% Jan. 13 92%
93% Feb. 27 H*
Mar. 31

81

99%
104%
91%
102%
100J t

99%
99% 95
Sale
94
98
98%
93% Sale
98% Sale
106%
106
106% Sale
103
103%
102
102%
100%
100%
100%
93%
100
99

26

.Tan.

105% Feb.

98%

100

98%

June 2008 M 8

1st lien 8c ref 5s

40-year 4s lnt rets

49

102
Ill

97% Feb. 19
96% Mar. 6

2

Last sale

95% Sale

w

102)4
91)4

Feb.

108% Jan.

93% Mar. 4
40% Mar. 30

M

Sale

95

91% Mar. 18

92

Ill

Sale

42

June 2008 M 8

Gold 4 %s

75,000
19,000
308,000
3,000

102% 105
92%

102

Sale

Mar.
110% Mar. 26 113
Mar. 19 117% Mar.
114% 114

Sale Prices.

21 cl06%Mar.l7

95% Mar. 18

Mar, 2 110% Mar. 13
Mar. 13 108% Mar. 13
Mar. 31
88% Mar. 6

81

90
Mar.
88
92
101% Mar.
102
100% 101% 101
105% Mar.
105% ----- 105% 106%
92% Mar.
93 % Sale
93
Sale
105
Mar.
Sale
105% Sale 105

91

J

Pac RR 8c land gr g 4s

Rej Istered
...
Fit t 8c refunding 4s_.

865666

100%
93% Sale
47
57

85

...

refunding gold 4s

113

92% Sale

93%

.

Firs'

87% Sale

105"

109

108

98" HI"

......

95

81% Sale
110%

112% Sale
117% Sale
102% 105

Sale

M 6s A
..1947 A O
21,000
A O
13,000 Term RK Asan of StLlstg4%0-_1939
First cons g 5a
1944 F A
11,000
J
Gen ref s t gold 4s
1953 J
14,000
A..1950 F A
63,000 Texarkana & F S Ry 5H*
J
Texas 8c N O cons g 5s
Aug 1943 J
...2000 J D
4"O",666 Texas 8c Pacific 1st g 5s
Second g inc 5s (flat)
Dec 1 2000 Mar
98)4
Gen ref 5s ser B__
.....1977 A O
83",000
99
Gen 8c ref 5s aeries C
1979
113,000
Gen 8c ref 5s ser D
1980 J D
555,000
1964 M S "III
38,000 Tex Pac—Mo Pac Te m 5%s
J
J
101
21,000 Toledo 8c Ohio Cer 11st g 5s....1935
Western Dlv Is', g 5s
1935 A O
2,000
General gold! s
1935 J D
6,000
86
Tol St L & We t 50-yr g 4s
1950 A O
"5",666 Tol W Ya & Oslo 1st guar 4%s A.1931 J J 100
J
J
1st guar 4%a series B
i_
1933
94
1st guar 4 s series C
"5* 000
1942 M S
91
1946 J D
8,000 Tor Ham h Buff 1st 4s
85
Ulster dc Delaware 1st con g 5s. 1928 J D
75
S' pd as to Dec '28 8c June '29int
"8,000
Tenn Cent Ry 1st

Certificates of deposit

109

Jan.

97% Mar.
96% Mar.

Mar. 27
95% Mar. 18

Sale

102

Mar.17

1.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Prices.

Mar. 25 cl06%

Sale

96 %

Sale

94%
44)4

Sale

Prices.

95%
V4.

97

Sale
Sale
Sale
106
89

Sale

103

JAN.

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest

Lowest.

Ask.

Bid.

104

Sale

'43 J D
1936 M S

4%a

Ask

Bid.

104%
95%

So Pac o 1

RANGE

IN MARCH.

March 31.

March 2.

1931.

STOCK BXCHANGK,

N. Y.

Value.

PRICES

Price
Jan. 2

....

....

90% Mar.
89% Mar.

93% Mar. 12

93

96

Mar. 12

Mar.

102% Mar. 21
93% Mar. 21
9
49% Mar.

99% Mar.
90

Mar.

44

Mar. 27

Mar.

88%
90%
96%
78%
91

88% Feb. 18
91% Jan. 12
96% Mar. 30

Feb.
Jan.

Mar.
Jan.

84

c97

Mar.

90% Mar. 26
88% Feb. 10
90
Jan. 23

Feb.

18

93% Mar.

3

92

66

Mar.

4

51% Jan.

5

Mar. 10

Mar. 18

75

Jan.

7

Mar. 26

76
80

Mar. 26

80

Mar. 26J

2

70

Jan.

80

70

75

90

73

91%

80

Feb.

26
11

94% Jan.

23

93

Feb.

25

96

Mar. 27

99% Mar. 25 102% Mar. 21
93% Mar. 21
86
Jan. 31
6
42% Jan.
2 53% Feb.

93% Mar. 3
59% Mar. 31
75

Jan.

103% Mar. 20
96% Mar. 24
97
Jan.
6

102% Jan.
92%' Jan.
88% Mar.

93% Mar. 3
66% Feb. 10
80
Jan. 20
80
Mar. 26

INDUSTRIALS—

j.

351,000

Abitibi Pow 8c Paper 1st

.1953

5s

With warrants...
31,000
1952
32,000 Adriatic Elec Co external 7s
83,000 Adams Express .coll tr g 4a... ...1948
Ajax Rubber 1st s f 8s
.......1936
"i",66o Alaska Gold M deb 6s A (flat)...1926
10-year cony 6s ser B (flat)
1925
1,000
3,000 Albany Perforated Wrap Paper 6s 1948
518,000 Allegheny Corp coll tr cony 5s..1944
Collateral and convertible 5s._1949
334,000
Coll 8c conv 5s
1950
339,000
...

...1937
AIpine-Montan Steel 7s.
1955
Amer Agric Chem 1st ref s f 7H».1941
Amor Beet Sugar cony deb 6s„..1935
Amor Chain 10-year s f deb 6s
1933

68,000 Allls-Chalmers Mfg deb g

34,000
48,000
18,000
72,000
■v.;
7,000
20,000
1,216,000
44,000
461,000
330,000
7,000
159,000

Sale

.1943

Abraham 8c Straus deb 5%®

5s

A O
A O

93

Sale

91

Sale

M 3
J D

12A

M H
M 8
A O

5%
5%

Sale

"81"

Sale

F A
J D
A O

M
M
F
F
A

1942 A
2030 M
American Ice sf dob 5s
1953 J
American I G Chemical 5 % 0
1949 M
Amer Internat Corp cony 5HS..1949 J
Amer Mach 8c Fdy a f gold 6s
1939 A
Amer Metal Ltd 5%s gold notes__1934 A
Cyanaraid deb 5s
Amer & ForeignPower 5s
American

14

12

Sale

93
76

...

......

Registered

90% Mar.
98% Mar.
83% Mar.

Sale

Sale

50

?8H
mx

Sale

101

102

Sale

100%

Sale

42

95%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

95

83%
83%
100%

95
Sale

43%

"95%
Sale

84%
Sale

94% Sale

"70"
80
80
Sale

93

104% Sale
45

Sale

101% Sale
100%
90

"94%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

84

Mar. 13

91

Mar.

30% Sale
103% Sale
Sale

102%
106% Sale

79
91

25

102%
103%
101%
106%

4

11

Jan.

14

Feb.

5%
5%
73%
79%

Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

10
6
78

Mar. 30

78

Mar.

77% Mar.
100% Jan.
86

Jan.

103% Jan.
40% Mar.
98

Jan.

100% Mar.

Mar. 30

Feb.

7

87% Feb. 24
85% Feb. 24
85

Feb. 25

102% Jan.
94

10

Mar. 24

105% Mar. 10
Jan.
9
47
Feb.

10

100% Jan.

2

102

Feb.

96

9

76

Jan.

88

18
Mar.
9

84% Mar. 11

79
98

Mar.

85

Jan.

88

Mar.

Mar. 11

Jan.

102

12

Mar. 11

95% Mar. 11

95% Mar. 11

Jan.

Mar. 24

104% Jan.

105

Jan.

95

91

Feb.

Mar. 24
Mar.

3

105

Jan.

104%
107%
120%
105%
103%

108% Mar. 21

101

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

102

Jan.

106

Sale

m
105

Sale

103

Sale

Sale

105

Sale

104% Sale




Feb.

17

106%
108%
127%
106%
102

88

51% Jan.
Mar. 13
102
Jan.
2 104% Jan.
Jan.
103% Jan. 24 105

Sale

Gash sale.

Mar. 24

5

99% Mar. 27

10
30
11
14

106%
105)
102)1

c

2

9

Mar.
Mar.
Mar. '3 104
Mar.
Mar.
2 105
Mar. 9 102% Mar.
Mar. 27 107% Mar.

Sale

Sale

Mar.

Jan.

92

5 102

Mar. 13

Sale

Founders deb 60

2

Jan.

83% Mar.

Jan.

3

1965 F A
1940 A O
154,000 Amer Water Works 8c Elec coll 5s.1934 A O
Debenture gold 6s series A
1975 MN
42,000
35-yt3at deb 5s

86

78
97

2

Mar.

J

Amer Type

3

Mar. 28

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Sale
Mar.
105% 104% Mar.
Sale

94

104% Mar. 10 105
95
93% Mar. 31

Sale

Sale

3

Mar. 25

135

Sale

3

Mar.

105% Mar. 10
104% Mar.
40% Mar. 13 45% Mar. 26
Mar.
4
100% Mar. 3 102
9
100% Mar. 9 100% Mar.
94
Mar. 18
95% Mar. 7

83% Mar.

Sale

Mar.

6

100% Mar.

107)
109)

Mar. 30

78

Sale

Sale

Mar. 30

6

2
77% Mar. 19 83% Mar.
101% Mar. 30 102% Mar. 12

Sale

387,000
237,000
1,322,000
13,000

35-year sink fund deb 5s..
20-year sinking fund SHt
Convertible debentures 4%0-_I939 J

10
75

106% Sale
109% Sale

449",066

Mar. 17

90% Mar.

8

81
Sale

105

88

Mar. 30
73% Mar. 5
79% Mar. 30

Sale

104% 105
104% 105
96% 93% Sale
94%

31%
102%
103%
101%
106%

Mar. 21

99% Mar. 27

■

79
91

77% Mar.
96

5% Mar. 24

85

101

6

14

12

80% Sale

Sale

86%

86

6

Sale

83

Sale
Sale

83%
5%
5%

102%
91%
104%
40%

Sale

American Natural Gas Corp—

4Q%
A O
A O 102
J J 105
98%
M 8
J D 106
J D
..I960 J J 105%
1943 MN 108

74% Mar.

96

7

75%

Sale

80

100%

87%

5

5%
5%

"85%

76% Sale

99

12

83% Sale
D
Sale
98
N
Sale
89
J
O 104% 105%
Sale
92
O

Deb 6%s (with purch warr)_.„1942
176,000
1947
240,000 Amer Smelting 8c Ref 5s ser A
162,000 Amer Sugar Refg 15-year 6s..... 1937
1936
19,000 Amer Tel 8c Tel Cony 4s
30-year coll trust
1946
209,000

87

96

20

80

N
8
A 104
30
A
98
O
O
8

95%
98%

89%

100%
83%

1931 M N

Amer Cotton Oil deb 5s

85%

77% Sale

Mar.

103% Mar.

33

108% Mar. 21
110
Mar. 26
Mar. 2
107% Mar. 7
106
Mar. 11
103% Mar. 31
106
Mar. 13
135

25

99% Feb.

14
2

2
5 102% Mar. 14
31 107% Mar. 17

110
135

Mar. 26
Feb. 26

107% Mar.
106

104

7

Mar. 11
Jan.
9
Feb. 27

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS
Sales in

Price

BONDS

March.
Value.

N.

$
35,000
178,000
8,000
3,000
312,000
394,000
97,000
39,000

PRICES

J

1947 J

Anglo-Chil Nitrate 7a without

war

March 2.

1931.

Antilla Sug (Comp Azuc) 1st 7*« *39 J
Ark & Memp Bdge Ac Term 1st 5a_1964 M

J
8

Armour Ac Co. 1st real estate 4 H* 1939 J
Armour & Co of Del 1st 5*«_—.1943 J

103

100

D

J

Sale

Armstrong Cork

I SS Line coll tr 5a_1959 J

deb 5s

346,000 Batavlan Pete gtd deb
1943
22,000 Belding-Hemtnway conv 6s
..1936
148,000 Bell Telephone of Pa 1st 5s B—1948
171,000
First At ref 5s series C
1960
324,000 Berlin City Electric deb 6*s
211,000
Deb sinking fund 6*s
473,000
Debenture 6s

102""

Sale

87

75

Sale

O

J

Sale

D

70* Sale

1959 F

A

O

68

Sale

O

69

Sale

1st 634s
1956
Bethlehem Steel 1st At ref 5s g A. 1942
20-year pur At Imp s f 5s
1936
Blng Ac Bing 8 f deb 6He
1950
Botany Cons Mills sec a I 6H»— 1934
Bowman-Btltmore Hotels 1st 7s..1934
Broadway At 7th Ave 1st con 5s..1943
Certificates of deposit...
Brooklyn City RR 1st 5a
...1941
Brooklyn Edison Inc gen 5s A
1949

A

MN
J

J

M

Sale

A

O

M

S

J

D

643,000 Bklyn-M Tr R T Sec 6a
1968 J
J
9,000 Bklyn Queens Co Ac Sub gtd 5S..1941 MN
1941 J

...

Brooklyn Rap Tr 1st refcou g 4s 2082
37,000 Brooklyn Un El 1st g 4-5a
1956
63,000 Brooklyn Union Gas Go 1st g 5e.l945
6,000
l»t Hen Ac ref 6s ser A
1947
Conv deb 5Hs
1936
i

ser

B

Bush Terminal Co lstia

7,000

70,000
41,000
7,000

120,000
121,000

119,000

31,000
18,000
3,000
8,000
9,000

13,000

316,000
8,000
37,000

A

MN
MN
J

83

Sale

MN
MN

J

Sale'

F

A

Sale

MN

Sale

A O

Sale

A O

Sale

d
A

80

104 X 105 X
113
114

29

8

32

59

M S
O

J

Chicago Rys 1st 5s stamped

Clearfield B t Coal 1st 4s
conv

s f 5s_.l943
11,000 Colo Indus 1st coll tr 5» gu
1934
743,000 Columbia Gas Ac Elec deb 5s
1952
18,000
Debenture 5s
Apr 15
1952
11,000 Columbus Gas 1st gold 5s
1932
56,000 Columbus Ry P At L 1st 4H*.. —1957
33,000 Commercial Credit s f 6s
1934
53,090
Coll trust 5Hs set A
1935
524,000 Comm'l Inv Trust conv deb5Hs.l949
14,000 Computing-Tab-Record • f 6s
1941
Conn Ry At Lt 1st g 4*a
1951

M N
A

O

J

J

98
93 X

30

48

Sale

65*

F

A

106 X
102

63

F

A

99

D

96""

Second stamped

J

Detroit Edison Co 1st coll tr 5s_.1933
Gen At ref 5s series A..........1949
Gen Ac ref 5s series B—
1955
Gen Ac ref 5s ser C
1962
Gen & ref 4*s series D„.......1961
Det United 1st cons g 4Hs
1932
Dodge Bros s f deb 6s
1946
Dold (Jacob) Pack 1st 6s
1942
Dominion Iron Ac Steel 5s—
1939
Donner Steel 1st ref 20-year 7s_.1942
Duke-Price Pow (Ltd) 1st 6s A—1966
Duqoesne Light 1st mtge g 4H" A1967
69,000 Eastern Cuba Sugar s f 7H«
1937
8,000 Ed El III Bkn 1st con g 4a
1939
1,000 Ed El 111 N Y 1st cons g 5s
1995

66,000
97,000
37,000
13,000
630,000
8,000
279,000
10,000
2,000
50,000
36,000
129,000

Sale

28
Sale

Sale

16""

Sale

103
99

100

Sale

7

Sale

J

M S

103

J

100

Sale

77

Sale

71

Sale

J

D

-

—

J

D

M

S

F

A

55 X
85

80

101*

c

Cash sale.




1942 M 8

1942 M S

r

94
Sale

100

Sale

93

218

Jan.

101

Jan.

93

Feb.

Feb.

6

96

Jan.

2 100

942

Mar. 30

97

Mar.

Mar. 31

74

Mar. 16

83

Mar. 16

62

12

95* Mar. 13

Mar. 24

90

Jan.

51

Jan.

94* Mar. 30
90

83

96* Feb.

2

Mar. 26

97

Feb.

2

93* Jan.

6

93*
91*
105*
99*
99*

2

83* Mar. 12

2

93* Mar. 18
45* Mar. 31
107* Jan.
6

107
104
106

71

Mar. 16
Mar. 13
Mar. 13

57

Mar.

9

Mart 3
cl00*Mar. 11

Mar.

103* Mar. 12

99* Mar.
93* Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

75

10^

9
2
2

Mar.

Mar.

104* Mar. 24
104* Mar. 11

Mar.

103

Mar.

Mar. 13

103* Mar. 13

102* Mar.

24* Jan.
103

110

107

Sale

101* Mar.
98
89
65
90
100

103*
107*
107*
107*
103*

Mar.

Mar.

T'
11*

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

Sale

Sale

Sale

101

22
9

103* Jan.

21 104

Mar. 13

103

20 106

Mar. 13

Jan.

63

Mar. 17

85

Jan.

16

46* Mar. 23

64

Jan.

9

97

Jan.

102*
97*
84*
60*

14

cl00*Mar. 11

Jan. 14 104*
Jan. 26 99*
9
Feb.
96*
Mar. 25: 85

Jan. 27
Mar. 9
Jan.
5
Jan.

89* Jan.
6 100* Mar.
6* Mar. 16 10
Jan.
8

Mar. 17

16
17

Jan.

9

2

9

28

2* Mar. 18
Jan. 10
102* Jan.
2 104* Feb.
2
102* Jan.
2 104* Mar. 11
100

Jan.

99* Jan.

28

Mar.

42

2 102

88

88

83

Mar.

3

87

82

86*

82* Mar.

3

87

70
101

Mar. 30
Mar.

67* Mar.
95* Mar.

102

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5 103

Mar. 13

2 103* Mar. 13
61
Oct. *29

104*
105*
105*
99*

s

70

3 101

3

76

Sale
6 97]
Mar. 3
96*
965
97* 95
101
Mar. 25 102]
101* 101* 101* 103
96 *
98*
96* Mar. 3
96* Sale
963

Feb.

Mar. 27
Mar. 23

90

Mar. 31

90
102

103*
107*
107*
107*

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
97 * Jan.
82* Jan.
60* Jan.

28
16

16
19
3

Mar. 13

Mar. 26

1O0* Mar. 20
117* Mar. 12

99* Mar.
117* Mar.
101* Mar.

Mar. 31

106* Mar. 23
104* Mar. 12

104* Mar.
104* 103* Mar.

72*

Jan.

Last sale

102* Mar.
105* Mar.
106* Mar.

70
97

Mar. 17

99
2
Mar. 13
14 106* Jan.
8
4
4
99* Feb.
8 101* Jan. 22

Jan.

104
104

75
56

Mar. 31
Mar. 26

Jan.

101

56

2

Mar. 31

67

Mar. 23

75

7

Jan.

82

2* Mar.

101* 101*

Jan.

93* Mar. 18
45* Mar. 31

46* Mar.
98* Mar.

101* Sale

22

Mar. 26

2
Mar. 26
Mar. 16

82*

27
20

Mar. 12

Mar.

(85

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

99*
94*
101*
101*
99*
98*
100*
98*

83

Mar.

Sale

80*

Mar. 24

70

100^

Mar.

Sale

82

2

Mar. 30

8

101* Sale

Jan.

Mar. 16
Feb. 11

95
2

Mar. 31

103* Mar.

Sale

Mar. 25

Jan.

95*

Mar.

104*

Mar. 17

90

Mar. 12

99* Mar.
78* Mar.

103

Jan.

95* Mar. 13

Mar. 13
98* Mar. 2

105
63

59

74

Mar. 16

ioi"

17
14

63* Jan.
80* Jan.

4

Sale

Feb.

98* Mar. 12

39* Mar. 9 45
103* Jan. 28 105,

Mar.

Mar. .7

Sale

104* Feb.

12

45

6 105

Mar.

Sale
74

26

Jan.

9

97

98*

Mar. 31

10
9

25

98*

9

9
27

26
Jan. 15
105
105* Mar. 20
33* Mar. 3
65
Feb. 10
104* Jan. 17 105* Mar. 13
111* Jan. 12 114
Feb. 13
31* Jan.
3
44* Mar. 21

16

Sale

Jan.

27
96
29 104

14

aW

12

29 cl04*Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

30

Sale

Mar. 16

66* Jan.

92 * June *28

Mar. 30 101
Jan.
Mar. 10
45
Jan.
Jan.
2
70* Feb.

106

6*

101

85
99

Jan.

102* Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

Sale

13

88* Mar. 13
107* Jan. 12 110* Mar. 18
117* Feb.
~ 120
Mar. 28

Feb.

Sale

Feb.

8

Jan.

106*

57

Sale

65

94

99 X

S

Jan.

8

Sale

O

85

Mar. 13

101* Mar. 20
12

97

115

M

4

87

107* Fob. 27

Feb.

103

Mar. 17
Mar. 13

103* 104
103* 104*
102*

Sale

A

Mar.
Jan.

101* Feb. 18
100
Feb. 14 103* Jan. 23
100* Jan.
8 104
Mar.
2

12*

Sale

103 X
97

4

85

105* Feb.

15

99* Mar.
6* Mar.

90

M N

30

6

10

5* Feb. 18

98* Jan.

25

64

A O
J

Jan.
Feb.

Jan.

55

29

90* Mar.

90

J

35

105

5

Mar.

99* Sale

Sale

MN

82 X
60

Jan.

Mar. r
70
Mar.
Mar. 20 105* Mar.
Mar. 3
55
Mar.
Mar. 4 105* Mar.
Mar. 9 113* Mar.
7
Mar.
44* Mar.

Mar. 10

Sale

J

Mar

59

15

69*
105*
33*
105*
112*
32*

107*

M N

1942 M S
1954 J D

Mar.

Mar. 31 104

97* Mar.

99

Ernesto Breda Co 1st M 7s.'54

117,000
With stock purch warrants
13,000 Federal Lt Ac Tr 1st s f 5s
53,000
First 1 s f 5s stamped
29,000
1st lien a f 6s stamped
7,000
30-year deb 6a series B

102

60* Mar.

Sale

97 X

J

Mar.

86

8

Mar. 18
Jan.
5

Jan.

Mar. 31
Mar. 26

Edith Rockefeller McCormlck

58,000
Trust coll 6% notes
1934
36,000 Elec Pow Corp (Germany) 6HS--1950
26,000
1st sinking fund 6*s._
1953
3,000 Elkhorn Coal 1st At ref 6H*
1931
>
Deb 7% notes (with warr)
1931
1,000 Equitable Gas 1st con 5s
..1932

101* Mar. 18 103

Sale
30
41

105 X

J

Mar. 31

Mar.

Sale

F A

J

2 104

Mar. 18 100

Sale

Sale

M S

99

3

103*

s

83

101* Mar.

4

57
Sale

6*

J

105

103* Mar. 16
82* Mar. 13

97

96

Mar.

74*

Sale

106

J

Mar. 28

Mar.

.....

102*

F A

120

Mar. 12 104* Mar. 26

99

78* Sale

8

J

J

104

Sale

Sale

102*

A O

D

108* Mar.
117* Mar.

86* Mar. 24
80* Mar. 21

78
25

218

88* Mar. 23
110* Mar. 18

96

Sale
Sale

19

5
102 X

J

Mar.

Sale
35

30

J

1942 M S

68* Jan.
102* Jan.
101* Jan.

99* Mar. 2
97* Mar. 16
96* Mar. 9

101*

Sale

...........

85

105* Mar.

Sale

74*

2

16

Mar. 11

Sale

Sale

J

99 %

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

66* Jan.

97

102* 104*
98*

925^
7*

110*
69*
68*
64*

96* Feb. 25
90
Jan.
7
~ 109* Mar. 25
31 cll4
Jan. 19
16
88* Mar. 24

Feb.

63

Mar.

Sale

91*

S

646,000 Cuban-Amer Sug 1st coll 8s
97,000 Cuban Cane Products deb 6s_...1950 J J
19,000 Cuban Dom Sug 1st 7H»
...1944 MN
51,000
StPd with purch warr attached
80.000 Cumb T At T 1st At gen 5s
1937 j""i
23,000 Cuyamel Fruit 1st s f 6s A
1940 A O
26,000 Denver Gas Ac El 1st Ac ref 5s
1951 MN
MN
11,000
Stamped as to Pa tax

107

48
_

19

94* Mar. 30

Sale

Sale

J

8

65

Jan.

92

Sale

Sale

M

1931 M

Dery (D G) Corp 1st • f 7s

105 X
80

Mar.
9
Jan. 22

Mar. 24
Mar.
4

Sale

103 X

D

107

95

Sale

D

D

9

7

106* Jan.

93*

30

J

J

Jan.

Feb

98* Jan.

101* Mar.

*

23 X

J

63

67

Sale

Sale

MN

12
Mar. 24

5

82* Mar. 28
94* Mar. 4
92* Mar. 2

82*

Sale

MN

100* Mai%

xvlar.

47

99

82

D

Sale

Sale

l65""

1930 J

54

105* 105*
112* 113* 112* 113"
35* Sale
42* Sale

95
Sale

99

J

24

105

Sale

99

1936 J

"50"'

18

73
69*
105* 106

Sale

67

Cuba Cane Sugar conv 7s
Conv deb stamped 8%

75

Sale

J

J

Sale

Sale"

4,000
Stamped guar 4*a
...—1951 J
456,000 Consol Agrlcul Loan 6Hs
1958

54,000 Consol Hydro-Elec 1st s f g 7a
1956
207,000 Consol Coal Md 40-yr 5s
1956
612,000 Consol Gas (N Y) deb 5Hs
1945
6,000 Consum Gas Chic 1st guar g 5s..1936
57,000 Consumers Power 1st lien 5s
1952
52,000 Container Corp of Am 1st s f g 6s. 1946
47,000
15-year deb gold 5s
1943
95,000 Copenhagen Telep extl s f g 5s..1954
9,000 Corn Prod Ref 1st 25-yr a f 5s
1934
54,000 Crown Cork At Seal s f 6s
1947
96,000 Crown Willamette Pap 1st s f g 6s 1951
212,000 Crowm Zellerbach deb 6s w w_—1946

85* Mar. 11

Sale

91X
104 X 106 X

J

3

3 107

4 103* Mar.
104* 103* Mar.
Sale
98* Mar. 13 99* Mar.
95
94* Mar. 30 98* Mar.
98
97
Mar. 30 100* Mar.

99

Sale

J

M N

J

F

Mar. 24
Mar. 21

104

"95*

95

J

Mar. 25
Mar. 11
Mar. 24

May '28
68

103

93* Jan.
86* Feb.

102

70*
105*

Feb.

•

Jan.

30

2

Mar. 30

Sale

29

6

6
9
27

Jan.

104

58* Mar. 15
101

Mar.

103*
99* Sale
96* Sale
100* 101

Sale

97
90
100 X
100 X

J

88* Sale
109*
119*

104* Sale
104*
94*
94*
104
Sale
101* Sale
93
90*
94*
99* 100*
99* Sale
102
Sale
102*
104

Jan.

80* Jan.
98

Jan.

Last sale

265
Sale

Sale

If*

F

Sale

71

92*

F

101* Sale

Sale'

81

91

1938 J

40,000 Colo Fuel At Iron Co gen

.

63
79 X

1940 J

deb 6s

Sale

38* 40
40*
39* Mar.
103* 103* 104* 104* 103* Mar.

103

223,000
Aug 1 1929 Int 10% paid
1927 p
51,000 Childs Co deb 5s
1943 A
316,000 Chill Copper deb g 5s
.1947 J
505,000 Cin Gas Ac Elec 1st mtge g 4s A—1968 A
176,000 Colon Oil

85
84*
Mar.
106* Sale
106* Mar.

250

Sale

J

"85*

65

Sale

Mar. 24

Mar. 24

70

J

M

9

85* Mar. 18
Mar. 24 105
Mar.
6
7 103* Mar. 16
83* 85
82* Mar. 2 82* Mar. 13
27
30
25
Mar. 12
29
Mar.
3
99
102
100
Mar. 27 105
Mar.
5
5
5
5*
Mar. 25
5
Mar. 25
2*
4
Mar. 13
4
Mar. 13

63

O

A

Mar.

Mar.

67*

Sale

8

3

63

102* Mar. 30

Mar.

89

J

MN

Mar.

Mar. 17

108

A

F

9

.....

O

M

Mar.

102

-

92

j

91* Feb. 21

77
103

73

103

Sale Prices.
77
Feb. 27
Mar.
6
20
Jan. 12
87

92

~

69

58* Mar. 25

Sale

69

D

2

3

102

1.

29 101* Mar. 10

6

101

Sale

89

...

Jan.

101* Jap.
86* Jin.

Mar.

103

30

86 " Sale
106 *
117

5

13

Mar.

103* 104

66 *

D

1981

84

Sale

85*

Jan.
Jan.

Last sale

63

64

J

.....1952

Consol 5s
1955
Bush Term Bldgs 5s gu tax ex...I960
By-Product Coke 1st 5Hs ser A._ 1945
CalGas At El Corp unlf Ac ref 5s..1937
Calif Packing conv deb 5s...
1940
Calif Pet conv deb s f g 5s
1939
Conv deb a f g 5*«
1938
Camaguey Sugar sink fund 7s ..1942
Canada Steamship Lines 1st 6s..1941
Central Dist Tel 1st 30-year 5s
1943
Central Foundry lets f6si..May 1931
Cent Hud G At E 1st 5s
Jan 1957
Central Steel 1st sink fund 8s
1941
Certsln-teed Prod s t g SHs A
1948
Cespedes Sugar 1st gold 7Hs
1939
Chicago City Ac Conn Ry 5s.Jan 1927
Chic Gas L Ac C 1st gu g 5s
1937

Sale Prices.

Mar.

76

Sale

104*
7*

98* Sale

J

F

Convertible debentures 5s....1950
Buffalo At Susq Iron gen s f 5s.. £1932

557,000 Buffalo Gen Elec4*s

104
8

4*
85
1052*

Mar. 24

Sale

Sale

97
4

63
14

105

Sale
101* Sale
78
33 X

59

6

Sale Prices.

91* Mar. 19 93
102* Mar. 26 104

Sale

Sale

104 *

S

6

87

106* Mar. 21 107
"44"" 40
45
35
Mar.
7
45*
Sale
§8* 95* 95* Mar. 27
87
89
90
86* Mar.
89
Sale
108* Sale
Mar.
109*
Sale
112* Sale
Mar.
113*
Sale
84* Sale
Mar.
88*
Sale
83* Sale
Mar.
86*
Sale
78* Sale
Mar.
80*

Sale

1955 A

60*
102
106

Sale

111

70* Mar.

Mar. 17

69

94

103*

Sale

Berlin Elec Elev Ac (Jndgrd Rye—

291,000

JAN.

Highest.

103*

Sale

Sale

107*

J

A

Sale

103

Sale

&
89

J

93

Sale Prices.
70
Mar.
6

16* Mar.
3
16* Mar. 20
101* Mar. 17 101* Mar. 10
87
Mar. 31
90* Mar. 3

70* Sale

Sale

42

20

103
Sale

90

102*

J

Sale

16*
101* 103* 101H

101X Sale
1106* 107 *

J

J

1951

Sale

101

J

1st 5s stamped

SINCE

Lowest,

Highest.

79

70*

81

92* Sale

J

1937 J

5,000 Baldwin Locoin Works 1st 8 f 5s..1940 MN
5,000 Baraqua (Comp Azucar) 7H»---1937 J J

127,000
84,000
134,000
7,000
50,000
39,000
2,000
5,000
20,000
68,000

RANGE

Lowest.

Ask.

70

20

*

Sale

86 *
72 X

conv deb 5s
-.1940 J D
Associated Oil 6% gold notes... 1935 M S
Atlanta Gas Light 1st 5s
.1947 J D
Atlantic Fruit 7s ctfs of dep
1934 J D
Certif of deposit stamped
J D

As*. Bid.

82

66
Sale

65M

March 31.

72
Sale

59

55

*43 MN

Bid.

Ask

Bid.
Amer Writ Paper 1st
g 6a

22,000 At! Gulf Ac W

MARCH.

Jan. 2

Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.

149,000 Atlaotlc Refining

IN

27

99

8

Mar. 28

Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar. 19

Feb.

91* Jan.

11
8

70*

Mar. 27

90

Mar. 23

101

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 31

106* Mar. 23
8
104* Jan.

102* Jan.
28

Jan.

Mar.

42

97* Feb.
115* Jan.

Mar. 26

100* Mar. 20
117* Mar. 12

Mar. 12
Mar. 16
Mar.
7
Mar. 30

100

Jan.

2 102

Mar. 12

77
71
70

Jan.

2

87

Mar. 16

Jan.

2

87

Mar. 30

70

Mar. 7
Mar. 30

Mar.

101

Feb.

3

Mar. 16
Mar. 23

55* Jan.
91 * Jan.

Mar. 21

92

Jan.

Mar. 11
Mar. 3

99

Jan.

96* Jan.

13 101* Jan.
70

14

Mar. 16

97* Mar. 23
96* Mar. 21
103* Feb. 18
100

Jan.

2

'

Sales in

N. T.

Value.

PRICES

Price

BONDS

March.

Ask.

....1939 J
J
slaking fund gold deb 7s...1946

D

J
J

93
82
89

Sale

.1941

Flsk Rubber 1st s f 8s

93%

J

Sale

J

M

V

Gas & Elec( Bergen Co) 5s
Gelsenklrchen Mining 6s
....

1949

J

107 %

Sale

104 H

D

40
Sale

82

Sale

81%
103%
| 94 %

Sale

105

1934
Gen Amer Investors 5s
.1952
General Baking deb s f 5%8
1940
General Cable 1st s f g 5%s A....1947
General Elec deb g 3%«...
1942
General Elec (Germany) 7s.....1945
Deb 6 He stock purch war
1940
Without warrants attached.1940
131",006
S f deb g 6s.
1948
176,000
463.000 Gen Motors Acceptance deb g 6s .1937
56,000 Gen Petroleum 1st s f 5s..Aug 15 1946
39,000 General Public Service deb 5%s.l939
200,000 Genl Steel Castings 1st 5He ....1949
622,000 Gen Theatres Equip deb 6s......1940

M

S

Sale

F

A

Sale

93 %
89

J

98
Sale

93
80

F

96

96

94

100

A

O

7s..l945
1947

A

O

J

J

Good Hope Iron & Steel sec
Goodrich ( B F) Co 1st 6 He
Convertible deb 6s

A

J

135,000
171,000
137,000
55,000
9,000
474,000
681,000

Coupler 1st 15-yr

s

MN
F

A

102

101 % 102
94 % Sale

F

A

J

J

J

J

90 H

f 6s._-.1940
.1944

.1949

J

O

Illinois Bell Telep 1st & ref 5s A. 1956 J D
A O
Illinois Steel deben 4%a
......1940
F A
11 seder Steel

1948

Corp Mtge 6s

58%
Sale
Sale

91
51

101% Sale
101
102%

71

Sale
Sale
Sale
49

105
101

f 6s

1941 M N

45

1936 MN

100

Inland Steel 1st M

1978

1st

m s

s

s

f g 4He A

f 4Hs ser B...

Inspiration Copper 6 He
Inter-Metrop coll tr 4 He
Certificates of deposit

626,000
1,139,000

231",000
325,000

O

F

1931
1956

S

A

O

1966 J

J

J

J

J

1932

M S
M N

1932
M N
Stamped extended to .......1942
conv

deb 5s.........1948 M N
A O

Int Merc Marine 1st

s

Sale

8**
90

50

Sale
Sale

Sale

54%

2\X

106

Sale

101% Sale
75%
80
58
58%

40,000
54,000
28,000
1,000
23,000
4,000
5,000
4,000
62,000
67,000
559,000
383,000
76,000
89,000
,

77,000

Nitrate Co 6s

Without warrants

69% Sale
69 % Sale

96

Sale

72% Sale
72% Sale

Sale

59

Sale

Sale

75
96

Sale

91% Sale
98%
99
74
75%
99% Sale

86 %

Sale

91

99
76%

54
Sale

98% 99
73% Sale
99

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

76

Sale

62%

Sale
80
81%
93% Sale
85

Sale

76
55

Mar.

Mar. 26
Mar. 13
Mar. 27
Mar. 12

82

71
Mar. 30
70% Mar. 30

73
73

105%

102

Sale

68

79
Sale

76

85

65

60
104

1937
1997
.1949
1954
1954
1936

135%
83

136

79%
105%

Sale

1936
M
1959

101% 102%
S

Sale

92

101% 102%
101% Sale
Sale

101

101% Sale

97

1954
1933
1933
1934

Sale
Sale

100

100%

99

78

1944

Jan.

60

Jan.

9

Mar.

9

94

Feb.

24

Mar.

2

51

Jan.

2

63

Jan.

104% Jan.
101% Jan.

29

101

Jan.

12 102% Feb. 24

105

Jan.

9
30 106% Jan.
7
30 103% Jan.
Mar. 23
2
82
Feb. 20
5
69

Mar. 17
Mar.

2

Mar. 17

71
48

M

Sale
55
55

50
Sale

120% Sale
106

Sale

100% Sale

109

Sale

96%

Sale

99

Sale

72%

81
Sale

92%

Sale

104

A

81

F

1941 J D
1950 M N
1942 A O
13,000 Manati Sugar 1st s f 7%a
Stamped Apr 1931 coupon on
1942 A O
11,000
A O
195,000 Manhattan Ry (N Y) con g 4a_...1990
2d 4s
2013 J D
45,000
1953 M S
16,000 Manila El Ry 8c Lt 1st 5s
..1943 J D
27,000 Mfr tr ctfs, Namm 8c Son 6s
A O
6,000 Marion Steam Shovel 8 f g 6s....1947
Apr 1940 Q J
39,000 Market Street Ry 1st 7s
1945 M N
44,000 Mead Corp 6s with warrants..
1957 A O

Sale

84

94% Sale
78% Sale
20% ,35
56
47
98

92%
47
93

56%
53%
Sale

9JX

Sale

Metropolitan Edison lat&ref 5sC_1953
1st g 4%a series D..
....1968 M

104

S

100% Sale

A

O

A
19561J D "62%

1936 M S
Milw El Ry 8c Lt 1st 8c ref 5s ser B 1961 J D
Montana Power 1st 8t ref 5s A
1943 J J
Deb gold 5s series A......
1962 J D

99%

111%
89%
96%

Sale
75
Sale

101

Sale

101%
102%

Sale

100

101

Sale

24

105

55

53

60

53

Mar.

55

93

Sale

92

Sale

91

Mar.

Sale

Ill

Mar.

90

Sale

94

Sale

94

Mar,

Sale

106

Sale

105

Mar.

87

86% Sale

85%

95%
98
79% Sale
29% Sale

98%
99%
82% Sale
48
32%
33%

Sale"

IV4

Mar.

ISS Mar.

Sale

53

52

41

48

45

95

100

97

98%

97

93%

97%

92%

97
96%
87
87% Sale
99%
98% Sale
104% 105% 105
103
101% Sale
63%
67% Sale
73
68%
68%

9

Mar. 30
Mar. 14

53

Mar. 11

Jan.

14

Mar. 21

Jan.

16

25

12 105
Mar. 18
3 138% Jan. 20

78

Jan.

30

104% Feb.
118% Jan.

83

Mar. 31

4 105% Jan.

17 119

Feb.

Jan.

15 104% Mar. 24

Jan.

2 103% Jan. 23
4
2103% Mar. 7

Mar. 24 103% Feb.

Jan.

2

52

Mar.
Mar. 16
3
Mar.

Mar. 10
5
Mar.

Mar. 18
Mar. 21

Mar. 25
Mar. 25

10
4

3
Mar. 31
90% Feb.
9 103
Mar.
9
101% Feb.
88
Jan. 21
94% Mar. 17
80

2
75% Mar.
6 101
Jan.
Jan.
2 102
Feb.
Jan.
Mar. 23 99% Mar.
2 100% Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
77% Mar. 24 78

43

Jan.

98%
100%
98%
99%

50
50

2
Mar.
Feb. 13
Jan. 24

Jan.

2

82

Jan.

76

25

Jan.

Feb.

25% Mar.

2

26
25
16

Mar.

55

Mar. 16

57

Feb.
Jan.

2

3
26

Jan. 29
Feb. 16
Feb.
9
Mar. 19
Mar. 18

2

75

26

52

118% Mar. 20 123%
5 107
104% Jan.
100
Jan. 16 110%
94% Mar. 30 99%
3
76% Jan.

102% Jan.

19
21

Mar. 20

'll* Mar. 21

97% Feb. 21
31 107% Mar. 25
9
87% Mar. 11
2

30
2

EX
8AX

Mar. 27
Jan.

9
12

2

40

Jan.

9

35

Mar. 25

EX

Mar.

2
12
3

2

53

Mar. 30

45
97

Mar, 14 .*'48
Feb. 16 100

35

Feb.
Feb.

16

47

Jan.

2

93

Jan.

2

98

Feb. 25

3

95

Jan.

92% Mar.'m 94
36% Mar. 12 41
96

Mar

97

23

Mar. 30

Jan.

Sale

Mar. 26

Jan.

134

$\X
Sale

_

EX
82

6

Jan. 26

2

58% Mar.
45

Mar.10 100

Mar.

103% Jan.

14
3
Mar, 13
Mar, 31

_

Mar. 25

18

93% Jan.
78% Jan.

35
35

90* Mar. 29

2

99% Mar. 27
82% Mar. 31

5

96

2

12

86% Jan.
103% Jan.

Mar. 10
Mar.
3

9
10

2

Jan.

96% Mar. 2
107% Mar. 25
87% Mar. 11

85% Mar.

41

58

91

Jan.
Jan.

2

Jan.

112% Mar. 20

89% Mar.

Sale

95

Jan.

74

99% Mar . 3
95% Mar. 19

Mar.

91

7

Mar. 21

69% Jan. 10
84% Mar. 19

39

121% Mar. 20
107
109

77

102% Mar. 11 106
101% Jan. H 103%
2
97%
93% Jan.
59% Jan. 19 75%
75
Feb. 18
78%

Mar. 24 102
Mar. 26 101%
Mar. 6 100
Mar. 7 101%

77% Mar.
52

71% Feb. 19
2
71% Jan.

26

Mar. 31
99% Mar. 26
100% Mar. 25

Mar.

Mar. 12 100
Mar. 14
97

21

102

52

91

Sale

J

30
11

9

56

39

85
Sale

27
31

Mar.

Mar.

84

2

Mar. 23

94% Mar. 17

10

96

2

Mar. 11

23 103

121% 121% 118% Mar.
105% 105% 105% Mar.
100
Mar.
102% Sale
Sale
97
94% Mar.

14

86% Jan.
89% Feb.

76

7

40

Sale

Sale

"89"'

70

99

48

J

Drain 5Hs..l950
Met West Side Elev (Chicago) 4s.l938jF

53

77
43

16

93% Feb.
99% Jan.

99

19 100

74

75% Mar. 19
100% Mar. 20

Sale

19
30

Feb.

Jan.

Mar. 13

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Jan.

76% Jan.

95

73

89

31

Mar.

94% Mar. 20

98% Feb. 11
73% Mar. 31

73% Mar. 26

6

2
83
Mar. 31
31 104% Mar. 31
20 119
Mar. 30

Mar.

2

Mar, 23

Sale
60%
100% 100
Sale
101%
101
98%
100%
78%
77%
44% 52

101% Mar
91% Mar

Mar.

Mar. 11

Mar,

76
74

60%
99%
101%
"%

Sale

Mar

3

59

3

63% Sale
101% 102
97%
100%

93% Sale

80

Mar.

Mar,

104%
103%
103%
103%

105%

MN

3

Mar. 13

79% Mar
104% Mar
118% Mar

73

Jan.

Sale 102% Mar. 9
103% 102% Mar. 3
Mar. 24
Sale 100
Sale 101% Mar. 31

52

86% Sale

Sale

16

Jan.

19,

25!

Mar, 29

105%
103%
97%
69%

83

Jan.

76
73

Mar,

104%
102%
101%
101%

52

Sale

Mar.

73% Mar. 26

Mar.

60
81

Mar,

103%
102% Sale
103% Sale
103% Sale
103

105

82

2

Sale

122

102%

Mar

102

89

63

1944

13

102% 103
93% Sale

"81

Sale

75

Mar

Mar. 21

73

8
3

73

Mar.

90*

12

2

51% Mar. 21
89% Jan. 14

94% Mar.

ft*

23

Feb.

118

2

Jan.

Jan.
95% Feb. 20 100
Jan. 12
9% Jan.
Jan.
8
9% Jan.

91% Mar.

5

Jan.

W

2

26
Feb.
6
Feb. 13

100% Mar. 3 100% Feb. 17
2 97% Jan. 17
95% Jan.
94% Mar. 25 96% Jan. 27

Mar.

4

Feb.

100% Jan.

Mar.

73

80% Mar.
92% Mar.
84% Mar.

2

65

Mar,
6
92
3
94% Mar, 16
Mar 21
96
Mar. 12 100
Mar,
2
91
84
Mar. 14
Mar,
6
72% Mar. 20
Mar, 24
62% Mar. 11 66

90

Mar. 25

6

Mar.

73% Mar. 31 75
98% Mar. 12 100

Mar. 23

7

Sale

93

62%

75

9

9

Jan.

87

Jan.

51

ll$X
80

100%

ja

100%

Sale

104% Sale

118%
95

Mar.

<

92

57% Feb. 26

105% 102% Mar. 11 105% Mar.
Sale
102
Mar. 2 103% Mar.
Sale
Sale
2
97% Mar.
Sale
94% Mar
Sale
2
68
Mar
75% Mar.
Sale
Sale
75
Mar, 30
76% Mar.
76% 75
Sale
2
65
60
Mar
Sale
68% Mar.
68% 75% 78% 75% Mar 25 76% Mar.
Mar.
104% 104% 104% Mar 11 105
134
134% Mar 28 134% Mar.

105% Sale

Sale

D

91

76

90

Mar.

73

59

51% Mar. 21

94% Mar. 18
8
102% Jan.

5
4

Mar. 30
2
Jan.
6
Jan.
Mar. 30

9

Mar. 26

5 106% Mar.
2 103
Mar.
3

73

73%

1952 M S
J
1957 J

51,000 McCrory Stores deb gold 5 Hs
340,000 Mc-Cesson & Robbins deb 5%s




93

65%
82%
94%
89%

1951

sale.

51%

75

Without warrants..

Cash

Sale

71% Sale

Sale

Without warrants

c

72

76

Lombard Elec 1st 7s with warr._1952

Mlag Mill Mach 1st s f g 7s
Midvale St 8c Ord conv a f 5s

EX

Mar.

2

Mar.

20

77
Sale

Loew's Inc deb 6s with warr'ts..l941

Met Water, Sewer 8c

2

96% Feb. 24
Feb. 16

74

4
68% Feb.
5 101% Mar.10
93% Jan.
2
Feb. 25
95%
85% Jan.
Jan.
5
87% Feb. 11 90
88% Feb. 19 91% Mar. 6
2
77
Jan.
84% Mar, 26
2
70
Jan.
87% Mar. 13
2
53% Jan. 29
45% Jan.
6
22% Feb.
30% Jan. 24

2

Mar. 10

Mar. 23
60% Mar.
57
100% Mar. 3 100% Mar.
100%
Sale" 95% Mar. 31 96% Mar.
95%
Sale
95
94% Mar. 25 96% Mar.

73
60
72
81

1951

Meridional El 1st 7s

Mar.

101% Mar.

J

131,000
Debenture gold 5%8
1937
198,000
1952
86,000 Loulsv Gas 8c El 1st 8t ref 5s
25,000 Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec 6 H8-1944

30,000
29,000
168,000
73,000
28,000
47,000
140,000
132,000
113,000
13,000

Mar. 20

90

105% Mar.

81%
59%

Sale

refunding 5s_..1954
1st 8c refunding 5s
1964
First 8c ref sinking fund 5s
1974
Liggett 8c Myers Tobacco 7s.....1944

5s

95

Sale

91

1st 8t

Lorlllard (P) Co 7s

Mar. 17
Mar. 11

Sale
80

Sale

44

5s

Mar.

Mar. 26

10%

10%

90
98 H

..1954

First 8t ref sinking fund 5s
1st 8c ref s f g 5s

68

75
65

102

55 %

....

Lehigh Coal 8c Nav 4Hs
Lehigh Valley Coal 1st 5s
1st 40-yr gu Int red to 4%

87

3

Jan.

95

9
2
2

99% Mar.

9

Kansas Gas & El 1st mtge 4%a..l980,
MN
Karstadt (R) Inc 1st Mtge 6s
1943
M S
Keith Corp (B F) 1st ser g 6s
1946
Kendall Co 5Hi with warrants
1948 M S
J
Keystone Telephone 1st 5s
1935 J

244,000j Lautaro

1,105,000

Jan.

65

Mar. 27

92

1950 M S
31,000 Lackaw Steel 1st cons 5s ser A
A O
117,000 Laclede Gas L ref 8t ext 1st 5s... 1934
F A
Coll 8c ref 5%a series C
1953
229,000
Col 8c ref g 5Hs ser D
1960 F A

V

82

2

Mar. 25

52

2 104% Feb. 18
3 103% Mar. 10

Jan.

Mar. 23

Mar.

106

Mar. 11

102

92

23

Sale

Mar. 12

92

69

51

Sale

98

2

87

81

59

2

51

M
S*

Mar. 21

Jan.

101% Jan.

3

51
25

Feb. 25

2

82% Sale
54%

5 101

93
89

91% Mar. 24
81% Mar. 11

3

6

Mar. 30
2

89

10

Jan.

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 30

3

Jan.

Jan.

Mar.

94

7

2

Mar.

90%
98%
92%
95%

6

94% Mar. 18
100% Mar. 6

4

2

Feb.

82

3

4

3

3 105% Mar.
28
94% Mar.

90% Jan.

98
Mar. 12
92
Mar. 11
2 104% Mar. 20
2 103% Mar. 10
Mar. 28
9 95
Mar.
4
30 96
Mar. 19
13 73

4

94% Sale
89% Sale
91%

O

A

J

Kings Co Lighting 1st ref 5s
1st 8c ref 6H»
Kinney (G R) Co conv 7%a
Kresge Foundation coll tr 6s
Kreuger 8c Toll 5s with war

Mar.

13

Mar. 19

86

91

Mar. 17

59
7
60
Mar, 10
58% 58
59% Sale
91% Mar. 20 93%
"92"" 93
94
93%
58% Mar. 6 62%
Sale
60
Sale
62%
105% Mar. 30 106%
106
106% 105% Sale
21 102%
102% Sale 102% Sale 102% Mar.
Sale
101% Mar. 6 192%
102
Sale
102

Sale

.....

Kings Co E L & Pow gold 5s
Purchase money 6s...
Kings Co Elevated 1st g 4s

Mar.
Mar.

Feb.

Ex

l\x
95

Mar. 23

99% Mar.

91% Sale

J

Kansas City Power & Lt 5s
1st gold 4Hs series B

Mar.

65

96% Sale
20

Mar.

Sale

IIIII "99"
4

Mar.

Mar. 11

5 109

93% Mar.

95% Mar. 21

Mar. 12 101

Sale

Sale

153,000 Intern Paper conv 5s series A...1947
M S
Refunding 6s series A
...1955
173,000
J
J
1952
361,000 Internat T 8c T deb g 4H*
J
Convertible debenture 4Hs_..1939 J
997,000
Deb gold 5s
1955 F A
709,000
Investors Equity 5s A
1947 J D
31,000
Deb 5s ser B with warrants...-1948 A O
45,000
A O
Without warrants
3,000

31,000
226,000
431,000
389,000
18,000
27,000
2,000
29,000
3,000
35,000
1,000
5,000
10,000
74,000
981,000

Mar.

Sale

97

1941

f 6s

Mar. 28

65

90% Sale
91% Sale
96% Sale
85
85%

..1944

Convertible debentures 5s

97
87

65

1947 MN
J
..1941 J

Internat Hydro El deb 6s
International Match deb 5s

Mar.

Mar. 20

92% Mar. 20
37% Feb. 26

6
13

Jan.

J

10-year 6% notes.............1932 A O

Int Cement

95 %

A

.......

10-year 7% notes.
Int Agri Corp 1st & coll tr 5s

83

86

100

4

Stamped
Registered

"2",000
430,000
235,000
1.165,000
4,973,000
191,000

A

M

1981

Interboro R T 1st 8c ref 5s

Jan.

3

100

Sale

Ind Nat Gas 5c Oil ref 5s...

Indiana Limestone 1st

89

Mar.

Sale

81

101 % 105

MN

1937 A

Deb gold 5s temp........

2

90%

99% Sale

91%

Sale

Sale
Sale

66

Sale

105% Mar.

94% Mar.

90% Mar.
99% Mar.

Sale

Feb.

Mar.

61% Mar.

EX

Mar.

73

Mar.

93% Sale

91H

55

EX
92

2

104% Jan.

6

Mar. 19

Mar.

3

92

Sale

15

105% Mar.

66% Sale

Sale

68

Sale
Sale

O

.1932 J

Humble Oil & Ref 5 He

98

19

Jan.

Mar.

90% Mar.
80% Mar.

74 %
Sale
Sale
90

D

92

90% Sale
81
80%

EX

90 H
Sale
A

Sale
Sale
96
Sale

69

Sale

Houston Oil sink fund 5Hs.
Hudson Coal 1st s f 5s series A'62 J
Hudson County Gas 1st 5s

95

Sale

F

Deb 5 He series of 1926

94

Sale

A
1952
1951 M S
A O
1934
M N
1947
1940 MN

Hoe (R) & Co 1st 6 He A
Holland Amer L 6s (flat)

102%

Sale

90

F

1949
1933

Havana Elec Ry cons g 5s

103 %

69

1950
1942

Harpln Mining 6s with warr

Sale"

4

Mar. 11

55
86

95% Mar. 16

94
96% Sale
87%
88% Sale
103
103% Sale
102
102% 102%
93%
Sale
94

85
Sale

Hackensack Water 1st 4s.......1952
Hansa S S Lines 6s with warr

83

100^

Sale

51

Gt Cons El Pow (Japan) 7s.

Ist&genaf g6%«

97
86% Sale
95 >

94
Sale

88

Sale

..1945 J D
HN

Gulf States Steel deb 5%s__

Sale

165%

91

Sale
Sale
Sale

91
83

Goodyear Tire 8c Rubber 1st 5s...l957
Gotham Silk Hosiery deb 6s
1936 J
Gould

Sale"

105%
93%
88%
93%

J
J

Mar.

Sale Prices.
Jan. 20

28

Mar. 20

Mar. 31

79% Jan.
79% Jan.

92% Mar. 20

Mar. 20
30
Sale
108% 107% Mar. 2
Mar.
55
61
Mar.
80
84

95%
84 %

Mar. 12

88
87

98
Sale

90

Sale

Mar. 11

92

EX

93

1.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.
Mar.
4

Sale Prices.

92% Mar. 31

Sale

55

69%

55

71%

7 Us
1943
F A
Gannett Co deb 6s..............1943
Francisco Sugar 20-year

90
Sale

35

30 %

M S

Framerlc Ind & Dov 20-yr 7%s._ 1942

92%
90%
91H
30 %
108%

95

JAN.

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Sale

J

Without warrants...........

93,000
143,000
596,000
356,000
28,000
77,000
75,000
191,000
20,000
5,000
40,000
65,000
1,000
57,000
25,000
29,000
110,000
138,000
22,000
161,000
139,000

RANGE

IN MARCH.

March 31.

March 2.

1931.

STOCK EXCHANGE.

Federated Metals cony 7s
Flat

%

Jan. 2

%

9.000
24,000
159,000
15,000
138,000
9,000
47,000
1,000
256,000
143,000
60,000
46,000
18,000
36,000

EXCHANGE-BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

28

Mar

Mar,

92

Mar, 28
Sale
Mar. 30
88
87
84% Jan.
85
Jan.
Mar, 18
Sale
98% Mar. 2 100
105% 104% Mar. 12 105% Mar 24 102% Feb.
Sale
99% Jan.
101% Mar. 17 103% Mar, 27
10
69
& Mar. 30 72% Mar, 21 63% Mar.
77
Mar. 10
73
71% Jan.
76% Mar,
20
74
75
70
Mar.
3
62% Jan.
75
70
75% Mar,
Mar 20 100% Feb.
102% Sale
103% Mar. 2 103
102% Sale
Mar 11
99% Jan.
102% Sale
101% Mar. 3 103
101% Sale
103
Jan.
Sale
104% 104% 104% Mar. 13 105% Mar
105
99
Feb.
Mar.
4 104
Mar 30|
101
101
101% 103% 104

2

Jan.
Mar.

94% Jan.

20
3
28

29 100
Mar. 18
10 105% Mar. 24

13 103% Mar. 27
75
Jan.
8
3
77
Jan.
9
2
75% Mar. 20

30

2 103

13 103

Jan.

30

Mar. 11

30 105% Mar. 10
2 104
Mar. 30

N.Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS
Salqt in

Price

PRICES IN MARCH.

BONDS

1931.

8%
10 M

65,666
14",000

Morris A: Co 1st

s

1939

>0%
9%

1966

0

....1955
-

Mortgage-Bond Go 4s series 2

53,000
3,000
1,569,000
66,000
116,000
89,000
7,000
57,000
93,000
53,000
72,000
76,000
63,000
110,000
34,000
80,000
59,000

inn

1,000

92%

»2 M

14 M

Sale
105%

Nassau Elec guar gold 4s........1951 J
National Acme 1st mtge 6s
...1942 J

46%
D

88

1948 F A

National Dairy Prod deb 5%«
Nat Radiator deb 6%a
Nat Steel Corp s f g 5s

99

49 %
91
Sale

Newberry (J J) Co 53^8

A

....1948 J
1940 A

Newark Con Gas 3s

1947 F
1941 J

D

i01M 104"

O

88%
109%
104 M 106

1952 J

New England T Ac T 30-yr 5s A
1st g 4Hs series B

D

1961 MN

New Orleans P S 1st Ac ref 5s A...1952 A O
1st Ac ref 5s B
1955 J D
N Y Dock 50-year gold 4s..
-.1951 F A
Serial 5s g notes
NY Edison 1st Ac ref 6H*
1st lien At ref 5s B

1938 A

15 %

O

.....1941 A O
1944 A O

N Y Gas El Lt Ht At Pow 5s

1948 J
Purchase money coll tr g 4s...1949 F

83

108

85
85
83

Sale
Sale
Sale

78

80

113% Sale
105% 105%
106% 108M

J

lmpt ext 5s__...
...1943 J
New York Rys 1st At ref 4s.......1942 J
Certificates of deposit
...1942 J

.102
102
40

45

1952 M N

1962 MN

70
98 %
94

§2%
80
Sa)e
Sale

105

1

4%

52
95

8*
98

101% Sale
18

Sale

98

Sale

H*

114% Sale
105% Sale
110

Sale

98% Sale
95
100
40

2M
106

3
48

Sale

3 %

7

Sale Prices

Certificates of deposit
1st con 6Hs series B..........1962 MN

67,000

New York Steam 1st 6s.......... 1947 M N
54,000
1st mortgage 5s..
1951 M N
151,000 NY Tel 1st Ac gen s f 4%n
1939 M N
.........

114,000
300,000
32,000
17,000
15,000
24,000
168,000

30-year debenture 6s
20-year refunding 6s gold
N Y Trap Rock 1st s f g 6s

1949 F

A

1941 A

O

1946 J

D

1932 J

.....

Niagara Falls Power 1st 5s

J

Refunding At gen 6s.

Jan 1932 A O
Nlag Lock At Ont Pow 1st 5s A... 1955 A O
Niagara Share deb 5H*
1950 M N
-

Nordeutsche Lloyd

149,000
45,000
1,897,000
266,000
194,000
641,000
177,000
147,000
53,000
1,000
213,000

91% Jan.

96

98% Mar. o
101% Mar. 23

92

Mar.

99% Mar.

87% Mar. 23

81'" Mar.'

83

Mar.

70

Mar. 20

96

Mar. 24

98% 100
96

97

52

...

98
Sale

15

Sale

98%

Sale

22 Y

31

97% Mar.
94

Mar.

9

...

Sale

95%
101%

at*
Sale

102% Mar.

3 102% Mar.

3

.....

Deb

5H»

MN
M S
F A

M

Aug 15 1963 F

ser B

Deb 5s series C..

560"666

......

S
A

.Not 15 1969 M N

Nor Ohio Trac At Lt gen At ref 6s. 1947 M 8
North States Power 5s A........ 1941 A O
1st At ref 6s series B
Northwest Teleg 1st 4%i

1941 A

O

1934 J

J

Norwegian Hydro-El Nit 5%a.... 1957 M N

Pacific G At E gen At ref 5s
Pacific Tel At Tel 1st 5s

30-year 5s series A
Pan-Am Pet At T conv

11,000
10,000
16,000
3,000
15,000
12,000
808,000
23,000

236,000
25,000
42,000
111,000
109,000
37,000
34,000
29,000
96,000
192,000
249,000

Mar.

52% Mar. 24

Mar.

49% Jan.

95

Mar. 24

95

102

Mar.

4

18

Mar.

2

98% Jan.
11% Jan.

Mar.

92

89

96
104

Jan.

85

Jan.

111

Mar.

108% Jan.
103% Jan.

Mar. 24

105% Mar.

Mar.

9

93% Mar. 25

88% Mar.

93%

Mar. 23

IVA
70

Mar. 14

cll6

Mar.

3

Mar.

9

106% Mar. 17
no% Mar. 20
99

Mar.

6

40

...

3

52%

106%
8%

3%
Sale

9

...

18

51,000
104,000
64,000
42.000
65,000
276,000
131,000

conv

s

f 6s

...1940 J

deb 6s.....1944

J

Portland Gen Elec 1st 5s
1st Ac ref M gold 4Ms

Mar. 11 100

Mar. 11

Mar.

2%
53%
106%
11%

Mar.
Mar. 14
Mar.f 5
Mar. 27

9

Mar. 27
Mar. 24

8% Mar. 6
10% Mar. 24

12

Sale
102%M ar. 2 104% Mar. 26
103% 102% Mar. 11 cl04%Mar. 16
111% 111% Mar. 3 112
Mar.
3
Sale
106% Mar. 27 107
Mar.; 20
Sale
97% Mar. 2 100% Mar. 14
102
101
Mar. 18 103% Mar. 28
Sale
101% Mar. 23 102% Mar. 3
Sale
Mar.
104% Mar. 3 105
6
Sale
95
Mar.
4
98% Mar. 31

86

Sale"

98% 161%
94 M Sale
Sale
95 M Sale
95 % Sale

Sale
Sale

101% Sale

161"

74
Sale

92

Sale

85

Sale

60
36

65

65

45%

104

Sale

102% Mar.

Sale

112

Sale
Sale
Sale

40

Sale

104

Sale

93

93}

103% Sale

104%
103% 104% 104%
107% 107% 107%
102
Sale
101%
103%

8*
II*
71

71

M N

73

F

A

100

F

A

99

Feb.

13

Jan.

95

6 102

29
4

Mar.

25% Feb. 13
99% Mar. 17
3 106% Mar. 18

16
14
5

95

Jan.

5 111
30 106

Jan.

2

Jan.

2

12

Mar. 24
Feb.

93%
93%
84%
81%

74% Mar. 6
67
Mar. 12
2 C116
113% Jan.
3 106%
104% Feb.
107% Jan. 31 110%
97% Jan. 30 99%

100

Majvll

2

Mar. 27

45

Jan.

106

Jan.

7

Jan.

7

Jan.

17

6% Jan.

12

100

5

Mar. 25

Mar. 23
Jan.

13

Jan.

8
9

Mar.

Mar. 17

Mar. 20
Jan.

27

Mar. 11

1
July 29
4% Feb.
7

7
53% Mar. 14
2 107
Jan. 27

6| 11% Mar. 27
9
12

Mar. 27
Mar. 24

Mar. 10

107%
100%
101%
111%
106%

Mar. 26
Jan.

23

Jan.

5
22

Jan.

95

LVVX4

Mar. 14

101

103% Mar. 28

101%
103%
89%

103

Jan.

105

Jan.

3
7

Mar. 31

102

2 104% Mar. 20
2 104
Mar. 17
102% Mar. 24
2 108
Mar. 11
2

Mar.

3

39

53%
36%

w*-

38

s

35

Mar.

70

74

Sale

106
Sale

101

Sale

103%

Sale
Sale
Sale

81%

Sale

Sale

Sale

108%

108% 103
105% 105

Sale

100% 104
91%

Sale
107
Sale

Br 6s

100
92

Rhine-Main-Danube deb 7s

ser

J

A 1950 M S

91

Mar., 16 103

22

9
9
Sale

93%
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

91% Sale

92

86

84
Sale
88% Sale
98%
99% 100% 101%
93%
98
94% Sale

101

Sale
91 %

Mar.

7

Mar. 25
Mar. 4
Mar. 2
Mar.

*3

Mar. 16

Mar.

4 105% Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

4

01% Mar. 30

101

Mar. 20

96

Mar. 12

100

95

Jan.

Feb. 25
99% Jan. 12

78
97

89

22*
38

4

92

Mar.

5

4

98% Jan.
102% Feb.
92% Mar.
77% Mar.
70

Mar.

74% Mar.
103

Feb.

103% Jan.
94
91

07%
02%
91%
77%
74%

Mar. 4
Mar. 27
Mar. 20
Mar. 3
Mar. 2

106% Jan.
101% Mar.

88

Mar. 27

06%
04%
04%
94%

Mar. 4
Mar. 13
Mar. 18
Mar. 31

10

Mar. 24

95%
89

Sale

94

Sale

87%
89%
97%

94
91
98%

8% Mar. 19

8% Mar. 19

79

Feb.

liV*
88

Feb.

11

Jan.

28

102% Mar.:
101% Feb.

Mar. 18

93% Mar.

Mar.|31

10

Jan.
Jan.

Mar.:

8% Feb.

3

90% Jan.

93% Mar. 18
88% Mar.
2
98% Mar.
3 100% Mar. 27
96
Mar. 12
94% Mar. 31

90
84

Mar. 11

91

2

18

106% Mar. 4
104% Mar. 13

101% Feb.

6

Mar.

104

Jan.

Mar.

94

5

Jan.

Mar.

93% Mar. 21
98% Mar. 23

105% Mar.

Jan.

93

96

23

74

98

Mar. 21
Mar.
2

Jan.

55

85
Mar. 13
96% Mar. 19

89

12
9

60

89
85

91

Jan.

91% Mar. 20

Mar.

Mar.
3
Mar. 10

Jan.

92]
103]

Feb.

93

90
84

2

83

86

Mar. 31

5

25

Jan.

Jan. 29
Feb. 10

Jan.

89

27

Mar.

108

102

Mar. 24

Mar. 23
Jan.

Feb.
3
Feb.
4
Mar. 10

Jan.

Mar. 10

6

9
5
17

92
106
104

100

04

83% Mar. 10
102% Mar. 27
103% Mar. 4

102%
104 ]
941
85]

Feb.

Jan.

04% Mar. 10

2

17

101% Mar. 30

Mar. 10

10

Feb.

Jan.

Mar. 27

Mar.

Mar. 11
Jan. 28
Mar. 30
Jan.
6
Jan.
9
Mar. 11
Jan. 23
Jan. 24
Jan. 23
Feb. 25

83% Mar. 25

101

Mar. 20

93

82 M
90

Jan.

5 109

Sale

1946 J

Jan.

95

88% Jan.
95% Jan.

3 80% Feb.
5 115% Mar.

Mar. 23

9

26

100

105% Jan.

70
65

89
Sale

Jan.

16
13

94% Mar. 25
104% Mar. 13

66% Jan.
112% Jan.

Sale

90% Sale

105%

7

Mar.

Sale

Feb.

5

87

78

Sale

115

102% Feb.
50% Jan.

5

Mar.
3
103% 103
Sale
93% Mar. 31

July 1948 M 8

f g 6s

103% Jan.
90% Feb.

26

112% Feb. 25

Mar.

Sale
107% Mar. 4
103% 101% Mar. 20

Sale

95% Sale
89%

Jan.
Mar.

104

103

102

~60"" Sale"

86
100

39

101% Jan.

7 115% Mar.
Mar.
3 109

Mar.
2 102%
103% Mar. 4 104
92% Mar. 2 94%
77% Mar. 20 81 %
70
Mar. 13
81%
74% Mar. 31 88

Sale

Sale

Mar. 19

Sale

83

111

Jan.

83% Mar. 25

Sale

J

110

36% Mar. 24

Sale

O

Feb.

100% Jan.
97% Jan.

3

3

103

1953 J

Mar.

69% Mar. 11

103

f 5s......1940 A

Ref At gen 5 Ms A

102

105% Jan.

Mar. 11
9
104% Jan.
107
Feb. 24
100% Mar. 27

106

81% Sale

1970 F

Republic Iron At Steel

108

105

60

Mar. 17

102% Mar. 24

103%

Sale

104% Sale

Remington Arms 1st s f 6s.......1937 M N
Rem Rand 5Ms A with warr.....1947 M N

6

104

105%
105%
107%
102%

51% Mar. 26

Sale

87

Mar. 12
Mar.
2

26

Jan.

M

Mar.

55

1937 F A
1940 M 8
1948 J
J

7
Mar. 25
Mar. 13
Mar. 20

Jan.

56% Feb. 16
99% Mar. 20
104% Mar. 20

Jan.

Mar.

107

1967 J

5M% notes
Sinking fund gold 5Ms
Purity Bakeries Corp s f g 5s

2

87

97
103

?§*<

60

1971 A

f g

Jan.

iSP

104

Sale

115% Mar.
106% Mar.

7
6
90

Jan.

97% Mar.
100% Jan.
101% Jan.

102% Mar. 16 105% Mar. 11

105

75

Punta Alegre Sugar 1st conv 7s..l937 J
Certificates of deposit

96

Mar.
Mar.

95% Mar. 27 100
97% Mar. 2 99% Mar.

Sale

Sale

84
41

101% Jan.

48%
104
Mar. 24 105%
91% Mar. 7 94%
102
Mar. 23 104%
98% Mar. 2 101
93

4

Mar. 27

99% Mar. 20

3 104% Mar. 12
Mar. 30
6
Mar. 19
101% 101% Mar. 23
64
65
Sale
Mar. 26
63% Mar. 31
102
Mar. 24
Mar. 11
104% 102% Sale
Sale
95
93
Sale
Mar. 11
Mar.
6
85
Sale
Sale
Mar.
3
84% Mar. 30 88

91

M N

Mar.

iff

Mar. 23

Sale

86
89
103 M 108 M
104
Sale

94

2

Mar. 13 112
Mar. 10
Mar. 21 114% Mar.
9

75

"84"" Sale"

J

J

39

3
3

2 104
Mar. 30
Mar.
Mar. 23 106% Mar. 10
Mar. 27 100% Mar. 27
Mar. 28 100% Mar.
3

Sale

J

J

Sale

Mar.

Sale

D

J

112% 1113

103
101% 103% 103
98% Sale
100% Sale
93% Sale
94% Sale
100
Sale
98% Sale
98% Sale
99%
99%

112% 115
105 % 106
99%
102 %

J

Sale
102%
Sale
105%
101% 100%
Sale
98%

Sale

48%
104%
91%

Mar.

105% Mar.

111% 111% 1113

106

Sale

Sale

99

112

113

88 M

104%

Sale

Sale

110% 110M

103% Sale

84% Mar.
46% Mar.
97% Mar.

103%
101%
Sale
107%
103% 103%
Sale
106%

103% Sale
105 % Sale
1003
Sale
973

53

Sale

Sale

102 M

45

Sale

99

Sale

Sale

111

Sale

51

Sale

Sale

98
101

85%

101

...1935 J

4Ms

s

85
85

6
29

Last sale

2

50% Mar.
106% Mar.
8% Mar.

109% 108% Mar. 20 109% Mar. 10

48

Sale

....I960 M S

1st At ref 4 Ms
1st Ac ref gold 4s




104%
103%
111% 111% 111%
106% Sale
106%
97% Sale
100%
101% 102% 101%
102% 102%
104% 105% 105
95% Sale
97%

Sale

102

J D
M N

Porto Rlcan Am Tobac conv 6S..1942 J
Postal Teleg Ac Cable coll 5s
1953 J
Pressed Steel Car 10-year 5s
1933 J
Public Serv B At G 1st At ref 5s ..1965 J

Cash sale.

101%

M S

........

Pirelli Co (Italy) conv 7s
....1952
Pocahontas Con Coll 1st s f 5s
1957
Port Arthur Canal At Dock 6s
1953
1st mtge 6s series B
1953
Portland R L & P lst&ref 7Ms A1946

c

Sale

109

Sale

84
44

M 8 101%
N
51

Conv deb 6s w 1
8
Phillips Petroleum deb 5M>
...1939 J D
Pierce Oil Corp s f 8s
...1931
D
Plllsbury Flour Mills 20-yr 6s
1943 A O

Revere Cop At

Sale

103 M 104%
93 M Sale

D

A O

J
..........1949 M

Rheinelbe Union

8% Sale
10
23

Sale

102 M
112

Feb.

50

5?K

Sale

104
106

Phils Company secured gold 5s.1967
Phlla Elec Co 1st 4M>
....1967
1st Ac ref g 4s
1971
Phlla At Read Chi ref 5s
1973

s

8%
10%

103

103 M Sale

Paterson At Passaic G At E 5s.....l949
Pathe Exch deb 7s with warr
1937

Pure Oil Co

8%
8%

103

106%
95% Sale

9

98% Feb. 11

.L
100

V--106

9
"

102 M
112

Sale

20

40

108%

Sale

Jan.

99% Mar. 17
106% Mar. 18
95
Mar.
7

109% Mar.
104% Mar.

Mar.

Jan. 20
92% Jan.
3 97
6
102% Jan. 24 105% Jan.
102% Mar. 3 102% Mar. 3

50

15

5

Jan.

2

106% 107 M
101% Sale
Sale

Jan.

92

83

100%
100

Sale

J

Park-Lexington leasehold 6M«—1953 J

1st At ref

7

J

1951 J
J
Paramount-Famous-Lasky 6s....1947 J D
Paramount Publlx Corp 5Ms....l950 F A

Registered

97,000
766,000
336,000
234,000
1,089,000
250,000
30,000

5

1942 J

40,000 Penn Dixie Cement 1st 6s A.....1941 M S
1,000 Peoples Gas At Coke 1st 6s.
1943 A O
115,000
Refunding gold 5s............1947 M S

589,666

8%

.1937 J

..1952 M N
1934 M N

Pan-Am Petr (Col) 1st g 6s
Paramount B'way 1st 5 Ms

Parmelee Trans

3M

97

95

97% Mar.
106% Mar.

87% Mar. 23

87% Mar. 23
91% Jan. 21
79% Jan.
2

101% Mar.

76%
79% 74% Mar.
67
Mra.
67% Sale
114% Sale 114% Mar.
105% Sale 105% Mar.
110%
109% Mar.
98%
98% Mar.

100%
54

9
5
7 101 % Mar. 23
3 94% Feb.
6

80
98

Jan.

98% Jan.
90% Jan.

Sale Prices.

8 100% Mar.
5
98% Mar.

(Bremen)—

20-year s f 6s
1947
No Amer Cement deb 6Hs A..... 1940
North American Co deb 5s
1961
North Am Edison deb 5s ser A... 1957

15,000 Ohio Pub Service 1st At ref
7%a..l946 A O
20,000
1st At ref 7s series B
1947 F A
Ohio River Edison 1st 6a........1948 J
J
~43",666 Old Ben Coal 1st g 6s
........1944 F A
22,000 Ontario Power N F 1st 5s
1943 F A
86,000 Ontario Power Serv 1st 5
1950 J
J
9,000 Ontario Transmission 1st 5s
1945 M N
347,000 Oriental Development 6s........1953 M 8
368,000
Ext I deb 5Ms Int ctfs
1958 MN
118,000 Oslo Gas At Elec extl s f g 5s.....1963 M S
104,000 Otis Steel sec g 6s series A
1941 M 8

179,000
61,000
87,000
83,000
51,000
39,000
118.000
435,000
70,000
33,000

1.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

100% Mar.

87% Mar. 23

ICiUM

"69%

Sale Prices.

97% Mar.

Registered

8,000
11,000

JAN.

SINCE

Lowest.

Sale

106% 106
93
94
92%
109
110%
Sale
104% 105%
Sale
89
92% Sale
89

Highest.

81

106

%
45

Ask.

105%
103%

40

40

Adjustment Income 5ii
Jan 1942 A
Certificates of deposit.-Jan 1942 A
127,000 NY Rys Corplnc 6s
...Jan 1965 Apr
12.000
Prior lient s series A..—......1965 J
J
------

8,000 NY At Rich Gas 1st 6s A
79,000 N Y State Rys 1st cons <!%•

Sale

98

Dock At

82

97 %

MN

NYLEAtW Coal Ac RR 5Hs.--.1942

19

J

Bid.

Lowest.

IVi:::

84

102%

1941 MN

Mutual Union Tel 5s

Ask

March 31.

97% 100% 97% 100
98
Sale
97% Sale
99% 100
101% 101%
93
94%
94%
95%

93

Sale
90
98%

17

Bid.

93

90%

>2

10-20-year 5s series 3..........1932
14,000 Murray Body 1st 6%i
1934
Mutual Fuel Gas 1st gu 5s....
1947 MN

"i",o66

99

>0%

1955

f 4%s

97
95

18 %
•0 %

General Ac refunding 5s A.....1955
1955

Gen Ac ref 5s series B
Gen &refsf4%8ser G
Gen & ref s f 5s ser D

March 2.

Ask.

Bid.
Montecatlnl Mln At Agr ■ f deb g 7s
tr rets with deb stk pur warr..I937
15,000
31,000
Without warrants
94,000 Mont Tram 1st At ref A 5s
1941

1,000

RANGE

Jan. 2

H. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.

March.
Value.

39

96

Mar.

22*
98

Mar.
Mar.

95% Jan.
88% Feb.
Mar.:

82% Jan.
90

?!*

Mar.:

Jan.

9
10

Janr
9
Jan. 12
Mar.

6

95% Jan. 13
92
Jan. 10
100% Mar. 27
96
101

Mar. 12
Jan.
6

93% Mar. 21
98% Mar. 23

/

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS

30
Sales in

8"§

BONDS

March.
Value.

N. Y. STOCK

PRICES

Price

Ask.

Bid.

90

1950 MN
82,000 Rhine-West Elec Power 7s..
Direct mortgage gold 6s
263,000
1952 MN
Cons mtge 6s ctfs w J
366,000
1953 F A
Without warrants——
21,000
Cons mtge 6s with warrants—1955 A O
343,000
1953 J J
178,000 Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv 6s
1944
373,000 Richfield Oil of Calif 6s
Certificates of deposit
86,000
1955 F A
21,000 Rima Steel s f 7s
.1946 M S
60,000 Rochester Gas Ac El 7s ser B
.1948 M S
Gen mtge
22,000
series G
1977 M S
Geo Mtge 4#® series D
Roch Ac Pitts Cflcl pur money

March 2.

1931.

EXCHANGE.

$

5s. .1946

78
77

Sale
Sale
Sale

83)4
77# Sale
61)4
63
55)4 Sale

98 #

'

82""

Sale

72#

Sale

Sale

Shubert Theatre

J

Siemens Ac

J

Sale

El Pow 1st 4#®
1752
deb 6s..-.
1942
Halske sec s f g 7s....1935
Debenture s f 6H»—......—1951
Sierra At Sari Fran Power 1st 5s_. 1949
Silesia-Elec Corp gold 6#*
1946
Silesian-Am Corp coll tr g 7s
1941
Sinclair Cons Oil 1st Hen 7s
1937
1st lien coll 6)4® B.._.
—1938
Sinclair Crude Oil 5)4s series A..1938
Sinclair Pipe Line 20-year 5s
1942
Skelly Oil deb s f 4 #•—1939
Smith (A O) Corp 1st 6)4®—
1933
Solvay Am Inv sec g 5s A
1942

J

§!*

M S
F

Sale

102

A

67

F

Sale

72

M

&

Sale

98

Sale

J

97

Sale

F

100)4

J

98

O

A

M

Sale
Sale

79# Sale

S

MN

103

Sale

M S

96

Sale

1934 J
15,000 United Ry® St L 1st g 4s
1932 MN
14,000 United Steamship 15-yr 6s
1951 J D
United Steel Wks g 6)4a ser A—
1951
352,000
Series C
——-—
1947
259,000
Sinking fund deb 6)4® ®er A...
7,000 United St! Wks(Burbach) s f g 7® 1951
344,000 U S Rubber 1st Ac ref As series A.. 1947

643,060

deb 6®
68,000 Unterelbe Power Ac Ltg 6®
240,000 Utah Light Ac Trac lat Ac ref 5®.
161,000 Utah Power Ac Light 1st 5s.___.
Universal Pipe Ac Rad

""nnn
.

21.000

'R£n

431,000

Utica Elec Lt Ac Pr 1st s f
utica G Ac El ref Ac ext 5a

Utilities Pow Ac Ltg
Debenture

g 5®

deb g 5#®_.

gold 5s

........

104 %

Sale
105# 106)4
Sale
102i
1041

Sale

99

Sale

61
15

Sale

26

107%
102% 104
91

94

Mar. 31

Mar. 23

56

6

Mar. 12

106# Mar. 20

Mar.
5
Mar. 28

84)
105

1944

1950

'47

1959

83)4
72

Sale

61)4 Sale
101%
74

Sale

71 j

Sale
Sale

70)
105)
71

Sale
Sale

60
70
Sale
Sale

14,000
27,000
24,000
176,000
13,000
1,254,000

A

1951 J D
1960 M S

102

99# Sale

99

Sale

Sale

95# Sale
101# Sale

94# Sale
102# Sale

101

100

77# 80
103# Sale
97# Sale

106

6 106

Mar.
Mar.

2 105

103# Sale
100# Sale
61#
64
10#
15

Hill

96# Sale
Sale
Sale

101

49# Sale

99# Sale
90# Sale

Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank.....
WUlys-Ove'land 1st s f g 6s
1933 M S
Wilson Ac Co 1st a f 6s
1941 A O
Winchest*' Reoeat Arms 7I4« ...1941 A O

J

92

Mar.

17

99# Mar.
99# Mar.

4

Sale

100

Sale

71

94
Sale
104# 103
Sale
100

97
104

99

1

"76#

71

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 10

73

Sale

94# Mar. 31

104# 103
Sale

9 101

99

97

85

97
106

98

Sale
Sale

if* i*
60

103

62
103

107#

35

23

12

24

22

85

81

Mar,

102# Mar,

"It*
95
93

103
94 yk

82

89#
78#

90

Sale
96

96

106# Sale
15
14

13

54# Sale

}03#
108

101

Sale

108

Jan.

Jan.

101

Jan.

13

90# Jan.

97

Feb.

27

Mar.

4

Mar.

2
6

56

102# Feb. 10

Mar. 13

73

9

104# Mar. 6
101# Mar. 19

Jan.

100

Mar. 26

96# Jan.

Jan.
5
9 62
Feb. 13 101# Jan. 10
Mar. 20
Jan. 10 82
Jan.
2 81# Mar. 25
Jan.* 2 c82# Mar. 17
Mar. 31
105# Jan.. 2 108
69
Fee.
2
75# Jan. 2

54# Mar.

Mar.
20

25
17
31

23

83
Mar. 11
99# Mar. 10
103# Mar. 31

104

Sale

84
Mar. 20
76# Mar. 20

100#
71#
70#
69#

69

..

5
2

Jab,.,
Jan.
Jan.

Feb.. 17 104# Feb.

94

105# Feb.
73
66

2 103# Mar.
;

31
10
4 110# Mar. 30
" Mar. 20
76# Mar. 20

Jan.
Jan.

84

Jan.

9

Feb.

27

Mar. 11
Mar. 27

Mar. 11

Mar.

2
Mar. 23

2
Mar,
Mar, 23
Mar. 16

Jan.
Jan.

5

74# Jan.

9

97

2

50# Mar.

9

Mar.
Mar.

9

Mar.

5

Mar.

2

7

Mar. 21

95
95

23

Mar. "20

23
60

97

106# Mar. 21
17# Jan. 10
23
Mar. 20

Mar. 20
2

Feb.

Mar. 18

3

Jan.

54# Mar. 28

Mar.
Mar.

19
6
Jan. 17
Mar. 10

6

Mar. 31

Sale

105

Sale
Sale

104# Mar.
102# Mar.

102

Sale

101

109#
103#
103#
76#

109# 109#
Sale
103#
Sale
103#
Sale
74#

Mar.

Mar. 31

105# Mar. 26 107
Mar.

Mar.

5 105
3 105
6 104
6 102

Sale

36

Mar.

3

43

Mar.

4

37

"IB""

31
8

Mar.

4

10

10
10
98

Mar.

12

Mar.
Mar.

99# Mar.
39# Mar.
101

Mar. 10

Mar. 31

Mar. 14

Mar.

105# Jan.
106# Jan.

3

Mar.

105

Mar.

102

Mar.
Mar. 10 110
Mar. 27 104# Mar.
Mar. 27 104# Mar. 10
Mar. 2 79# Mar. 11

101# 104
101# Mar. 6 102#
89
Mar. 25
89# Sale
90#
102# Sale 102# Mar. 28 103
40
3 c37
Mar.
40# 36

18*
IS*
1*
Sal*
110
lol# Sal*

Feb. 25
Feb. 25

103# Mar. 7 104#
108# Mar. 11 109
104# Mar. 5 105
106# Mar. 13 108

108

27

Mar. 23

5

105# Mar.

Mar. 27

Mar. 23
Mar.
2

74#

.
• Mar.
11
99# Mar. 10

83

100

Mar. 11

Mar.

Sale

10

99

104# Mar. 18

4

71*

12
12
26
Sale

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

4

39

10

102#
69#
104#
99#

Mar. 13

Mar, 17
Mar. 11

82#

43

98

Mar. 18

Mar. 23 110# Mar. 30

30

Sale

100# Sale
42# Sale

~

Mar.

80

35

8#
8#
8#

103

102

104

Mar.

73

105

Sale

Jan.

101# Mar.
82
Mar.
2
81# Mar.
c82# Mar.
108
Mar.
105# Mar.
69# Mar. 21 73# Mar.

24

96

3

Mar.

101

2

Sale

63# Sale

Mar. 31

Mar. 26

9

22

76

95#

Mar. 20

Mar. 16 104# Mar.
Mar. 2 101# Mar. 19
9

Mar. 14

100

98# Jan.
101 # Jan.

100

81

75#

3

Mar.

101

33

Sale
90

Mar. 31

105# Mar. 10 107# Mar. 12
Mar.

100# Mar. 23
9
26# Jan.

20# Mar.
94# Feb.
87 # Jan.

Mar. 14

3

Mar.

91

88# Jan.

Mar. 10

Sale

Mar.
4
Mar. 16

82

Mar. 23

3 103
3

Sale

40

83#
102# Sale

Mar. 9 100#
Mar. 10 20#
Mar. 5 100
Mar. 4 95#
Mar. 2 103
Mar. 5 102#

Sale

31

Sale

2

53" "Mar ."31 ~72"""Jan"~14

Sale
Sale

36#

96
Sale

9 100# Mar. 12

55

31

10

91# Jan.
96# Jan.
83# Jan.

74

82

98
Feb. 14
5 100# Mar. 25

Mar.
100# Mar.

Mar.

27

Sale

i?tff

102# 102#

10

5

Jan.

93

95# Mar.

5 100#

Mar .> 3

81

Jan.

68

30
Jan.
9
14 108# Mar. 20
5 105# Mar. 20

99
Jan.
5
91# Feb. 11
2 108
104# Jan.
Mar. 23
95# Mar. 30 102
Jan.
7
3
46
Jan.
51#.Tan. 23
Jan. 29
28# Mar. 30 33

32# Mar.

79
80# *S\X 77%
Sale
99# Sale
96#
Sale 103# Sale 101#
106#
106#
Sale
109#

77

9
22
23
9

Mar.

Sale

Sale

57

96#
101#
103#
109#

Jan,

62

52
54# Mar.
101# 101# Mar.
Sale
76# Mar.
76# Mar.
76# Mar.

58

100# 101#
76# Sale
76# Sale
76
77#
105# 106#
71# Sale

/

91

53

98#
20#
98#
92#
95# Sale
Sale
101
100#
102# 102# 101#
102# Sale 102
104
103#
71

Mar. 18

Mar. 31

Sale

68

9

93#

88# Mar. 23

89 % Sale
103#

106
105# 107
100 !
100# 100

Jan.

104

Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 30

9

Jan.

2

Jan.

107# Feb.

Mar.

MSale

100
20
99

33

2 10S

Jan.

90

Mar. 17

2

Mar.

Mar. 30 101
Mar. 11
50

89

Jan.
Jan.

61

Mar.
Mar.

97

Mar.

98# Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
102
102
102#
103# Sale

171

Mar. 31

107# Sale 107
96# Sale
48# 49
29#

32

*

Sale

Sale

98#
93#
100#
101#

64

108# Mar.
108# Mar.
105# Mar. 20 105# Mar.

105#

78

10

7
Mar.
Mar. 17

2
13
13

6 105# Feb. 20
31 105# Jan.
9
96# Mar. 31 cl02
Mar, 9

4

108#
92

2

91# Jan.
90# Jan.
92# Jan.

2 106
Feb. 25
9 106# Mar. 11

Jan.

105
103

61

Mar. 18

1 101

104# Jan.

103

53

20

Mar.

106# Mar.

Mar. 28 104# Mar.
96# Mar. 31 cl02 Mar.

Sale

Mar. 21

.

102

98# Sale
61# Sale
9# 15

103

64

62

2

6

Mar.

Jan.
75
Feb. 18 84
102# Jan. 29 103# Feb. 26
6
95# Jan.
98# Feb. 10

Mar.

103

'8%

2

Jan.

98

98# Mar.

106

2

94# Mar. 25 98# Jan.
1 102# Jan.
100# Jan.

103# Mar.

105# Mar.

5

Mar. 21

Feb. 20
Mar. 13
25
Jan. 20 102# Feb. 30
2 101# Mar. 13
88# Jan.
2 104
Mar. 23
102
Jan.
8
67
Jan.
81# Mar. 21
7
Mar. 21
60
Feb.
85
96# Mar. 12 100# Jan. 12

78# Mar.

20

5

Jan.

17

Mar.

Mar. 13

75

25

95

Mar.

96# Mar. 31

76

2

76# Jan.

3

Mar.

Jan.

16
23
80
Mar. 17
82
Mar. 31
72# Mar. 27
74# Mar. 30

Mar. 12 clOO Mar.
Mar.
Mar. 25 97
Mar. 2 102# Mar.
Mar. 31 100# Mar.

105# Sale
106# Sale
105
Sale

Sale

105

Sale

96#
94#
101#
99#

102# Mar.

36

18




n»

Sale

103

6

1# Mar.
5

102% 103
96)4 Sale

105# Sale

74# Sale

sale.

20

Feb.

2

2

7

101# Sale
90# Sale
102# 103

J

Mar.

2 104

Sale

Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank......
Wlcfcwlre'frpen Steel Go 7s..Jan 1935 UN

Mar.

Mar.

Sale

Gash

6

28

92

9

3
4

Mar.

J

e

Feb.

23
19

Mar. 24

18

9

Mar.

Mar. 16

J

t deb 6s..............1940 MN

Mar.

Mar. 31

73

Wheeling Steel Corp 1st 5)4®
1948
1st and ref 4 #• series B
1953
White Eagle Oil 5)4s 1937 with wnr._
White Sewing Machine deb 6s...1936
Without warrants.....

Mar. 19

Mar. 17

78

109# Sale
104# Sale
103# Sale

J

Mar. 17

103

102

J

Mar. 18

Sale

J

Youngstown Sheet Ac To 1st 5a A1978. J

20
30

V*
92

Feb.

88

Mar. 21

Sale

Sale

Sale

Mar.

4

Sale

108#

102
Sale

3
2

Mar.

80
78

73#
68#

103# 104# 104

8

Mar.
Mar.

Sale

103

J

Wlckwlre-Spencer Steel 1st 7s...1935 J

93#

6 100

28

87# Jan.

93# Mar.
Sale
17
Mar. 13 21# Mar.
Mar. 3 102# Mar.
102# 101
Sale
99# Mar. 2 101# Mar.

92# Sale
21# Sale
101

Jan.

103# Jan.
75# Jan.
72# Jan.
60
Jan.
60
Jan.

91# Mar. 10

Sale

Sale

O

Mar. 21

72# Mar. 27
74# Mar. 30

105

A

Mar. 28

2

82

Sale

M

Mar. 11

Mar. 28

80

105""

Sale

Mar. 25

79#

Sale
105#
107# 109# 107#
105# 107
107#
105
105# 105

Sale

46

Mar.

3

IV*

105

75

Mar. 24

60

1953

s

2

97# Jan.

9

87

97
Sale

100#

Mar. 30

Mar.

88

94
100

A O

28,000
{at secured 5s series G
...1956 J D
252,000 Western Electric deb 5s_.
1944 A O
38,000 Western Union coll tr cur 5®....1938 J J
64,000
Fund Ac real est 4)4® gold
1950 M N

Partic

Mar. 10

101#

Jan.

87

Mar.

Mar. 16

88

93#
96%

-

69,000
221,000
51,000
7,000
17,000
15,000
10,000

17

99# Jan.
Mar. 13

106#

95

96#

99# 100)
102# 106)<
73)4 Sale
67# Sale

1950

F

105

98#

91)4

94
100

1944

1,36

Mar. 10

§8*

7

Mar.

Mar. 23
Mar. 12

Jan.

49

93

......

I5-y*ar
«old
181,000
5s
394,000
Gold 5®
215,000 Westphalia Un El Pow 6a

Mar.

87

Mar. 30

3
Mar.
78
15
Jan.
67
Mar. 31
Mar.
Feb.
3
Jan.
87
Jan. 14 107# Jan.
Jan. 24 107# Mar.

63
41

85

17

Jan.

3

56*

Jan.

74# Jan.*16

Mar.

86M

Sale

67"

1953

1953

Mar. 10
Mar. 20

91

32

------

l»t H 5)4® series F

3
2

Mar. 31

Sale
Sale

107# 106

Sale

... _

nnn

Mar. 12

107#

29

.....

J

4

107

107

43
49
60.000 Vertlentos Sugar 1st a f 7s
1942
15
24
1.000 Victor Fuel 1st s f 5s
1952
70
78
16.000 va Iron Coal Ac Coke lat g 5®.—1949 M 8
127,000 Virginia Ry Ac Pow l®t 5®
1934 J J 101# Sale
70
•
85
3,000 Walworth Co 6 >4® ®er A (with war) '35 A O
90
10.000
Without warrant®............
75
79
24,000
igt . f 6® series A
........--1945 A O
67# Sale
1.807,000 Warner Bros Pictures conv deb 6*1939 M S
96
27,000 Warner Co 1st 6s with warrants.1944 A O
A O
19,000
Without warrant®
J D
31,000 Warner Sugar Ref 1st 7®—
00% 102"'
1941
13
Sale
J
Warner Sugar Corp 1st 7®.......1939 J
29#
1,000
stamped
Sale
49,000 Warner-Qulnlan deb 6®
1939 M S
J
J
103#
V \ -R9R Wash Wat Pow 1st 36-yr 5s
.1939
Sale
4.000 Westchester Light gold 5s—
1950 J D
Sale
28,000 West Penn Pow 1st 5® eerie® A—1946 M 8
Sale
M 8
17,000
1st 5s series E
1963
o

Mar.

82

Sale

104)4 Sale
100# Sale
46)4 Sale

1936

.

iv*
76

2

Prices.

90

MN

Sale
Sale

Shlnyetsu

75

81# Mar.
72# Mar.

Sale
Sale

62

90

Mar.

Mar.

90

86

Mar. 30

7
Mar. 23

Sale

—

8,000 Trumbull Steel iVt ■ i 6®........1940 MN
88)4 Sale
25
Sale
5,000 Twenty-third St Ky imp At ref 5®.1962 J J
92%
97
31,000 Tyrol Hydro-Elec Power 7)4®—1955
88% Sale
83,000
Guar sec ® f 7s ......
1952 P A
M S
98)1 98%
60,000 UJigawa Elec Power 7®
1945
19,000 Union El L Ac P l®t g 5«—
1932 M S 101# Sale
101%
33,000
Refunding 5®
1933 MN 101
40,000
1st gold 5#® series A
1954 J J 102% Sale
73
2,000 Union Elev Ry Chic let 5®
1945 A O
66,000 Union Oil Cat 30-yr 6® ser A May 1942 F A 105)4 Sale
99# Sale
80,000
First lien s f 5® ser G
Feb 1 1935 A O
92
Sale
147,000
Deb 5® with warrant
Apr 1945 J D
Sale
43,000 United Biscuit (Amer) deb 6®
1942 MN 100
96)4 Sale
412,000 United Drug Trust receipt* 5®..1953 M B

,

1.

Highest.

Sale Prices.
Sale
Jan.
2 101#
Jan.
3
89#
Jan.
3
87#

Prices.

98# Mar. 11
83# Mar. 2

86

81# Sale
81#

105% 107)4
105)4
97#
99)4

117,000 South Bell T Ac T 1st s 115s
—1941
84,000 Southw Bel! Telep 1st At ref 5s__.1954
39,000 Southern Colorado Power 1st g 6s *47
479,000 Stand Oil (N J) deb g 5s..Dec 15 1946
439,000 Stand Oil (N Y) deb 4)4®—-—1951
43,000 Steven® Hotel let 6s series A
1945
37,000 Sugar Estates Oriente 7s
—1942 M S
8,000 Syracuse Lighting Co 1st g 5S...1951 J D
5,000 Tenn Coal Iron Ac RR gen s
1951 J J
Tenn Copper <fc Chem—
18,000
Cony deb 6s series B
_____1944 M 8
135,000 Tenn Elec Power 1st Ac ref 6s
1947 J D
2,333,000 Texas Corp conv deb 5s
1944 A O
93,000 Third Ave 1st ref 4s
1960 J J
116,000
Adjustment income 5s
Jan i960 A O
2,000 Third Are RR 1st gold 5s
1937 J J
75,000 Toho Elec Power (Ltd) 7e ser A—1955
116,000
6% gold notes
1932 j""J
Tokyo Electric Light (Ltd)
580,000
1st M 6s $ Series
June 15 1953 J D
Trenton Gas Ac Elec 1st 5s
1949 M 8
-"8,666 Truax-Traei Coal conv 634®
1943 MN

;

SINCE JAN.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Ask'

102

99%
Sale

82

85 #

76 H

March 31.

Ask.

Bid.

Lowest.

87% Sale
1.972,000 Royal Dutch deb 4s with warr... .1945 A O
97
97)4
15,000 St Joseph Ry L H Ac P l«t 5®___. .1937 MN
.1955 J
47
65
J
25,000 St L Rky M & Pac 5s stmpd
.1937 J
87
2,000 St Paul City Ry Cable 5s
.1937 J
88%
3,000
Guaranteed 5s
103)4 Sale
140,000 San Antonio Public Serv 6s...... .1952 J
75% Sale
160,000 Saxon Pub Works (Germany) 7s. .1945 F A
.1951 MN
72% Sale
151,000
Gen ref guar serial gold 6#®-.
.1946 J
65
J
20,000 Schulco Co guar 6#®
—.1946 A O
91 % Sale
20,000
Guar sinking fund 6
B
.1948 F A
89%
24,000 Sharon Steel Hoop s f 5#®_..,..
.1952 M N
87
Sale
353,000 Shell Pipe Line s f deb 5s
...
.1947 MN
78
Sale
729,000 Shell Union Oil s f deb 5s
.1949 A O
79)4 Sale
Deb 5s with warrants
824,000
239,000
111,000
43,000
336,000
46,000
7,000
70.000
349,000
314,000
382,000
52,000
60,000
38,000
116,000

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Jan. 2

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

99# Jan.

2

87
102

Jan.
Jan.

33# Jan.

3 103

Feb. 20

2

Jan.

8

Jan.

22

92
3 103

24 c37
2
43

29
Jan.
Mar. 25
22# Jan. 23
Mar. 27 =-7# Feb. 13
7# Jan. 14

Mar.

42# Mar.
102

cllO# Feb 16
104# Jan.
9
104# Mar. 10
79# Mar. 11

5
Mar.
Mar. 3
Mar. 31

10# Mar.
11# Mar.
99# Mar.
101

9

Mar.

14
9

28
Feb. 24

Jan.

7# Feb.
6# Jan.

2
2

Mar. 25

10

Jan.

si

Jan.

9

Jan.

2 101

Feb.

10

8# Feb. 24

99

100

3

Mar. 31

37

95

39# Mar. 24

Mar.

83

Mar. 10
Mar. 10

Mar. 25

Feb.
Jan.

21
6

25 103# Jan/ 27

York Stock Exchange

New

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF STOCK PRICES DURING MARCH 1931.
1931.

Stock Sales.

March

Shares

Jan. 1 to March 31
in accordance with
ots. except

1930.

^

rale of the Stock Exchange, effoctlve

a

SALES,

PRICES

March.

STOCKS

Since

124,050

290

500

79.700

.....25

Pacific.

.....100

90

270

com

.100

.....100

Stamped

900 Central RR of N J

-.100

98

Sale

98

Mar.

120

Mar.

2

98

Sale

Sale

74

Sale

71% Mar.
78% Mar.
58% Mar.

82

Mar.

2

68% Jan.

2

80% Mar.

3

Mar.

2
6

Mar.

113% Mar.

2
9

72% Jan.
56% Jan.

62% Mar.
91% Mar.

69% Mar.

2

H

Sale

113

60 X
84 X
8
51 %
55

Sale"

Sale
91

Sale

10

Sale

56%

Sale

100

...

Sale

Sale

Sale

24% Sale

22%

5% Sale
9% Sale

7% Sale
12% Sale

10

Sale

95

99% 100

83

86

120 Cleveland at Pittsburgh...50

77

82

88% Sale
79% 82

Special...
1
...50
600 Colorado & Southern....100
1st preferred
40
...100
2d preferred
40
-.100

43

Del

Lack 8c

Western

L52

50

Denver Rio Gr & Wes pref

Sale

Sale

36

"llloo

21365

100
1,700 Duluth S S at Atl Pfd
100
87,700 Erie
First preferred
.......100
16,100

4,700

66", 250

20,166

8c Atl__100

Second preferred

700

200

14,100
5,800

600

600

.

.

22

Mar.

6

Mar.

Jan.
Jan.

101

99

Mar. 24

94

Jan.

86

89

Mar. 20

84

Jan.

80%
45%

82

80

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

101

Sale

77

Jan.

20

37
60

48

40% Jan.

62

60

60

56% Mar.

56% Mar. 13

37

35

39

Mar. 10

41

Mar.
Mar.

56% Mar. 13
34% Jan.
2

41

Mar. 18

35

138 % 138% Mar.
74
Mar.
5% Sale
33
Mar.
3
Sale

152

89

40%

38%
Sale

...

.100

6% pref series A

.100
.100

stock ctfs...... 1000

71%
60

112

90

230

Certificates.....

775

Preferred

*

"lOO

"2~,666

-100
Preferred..
2,300
...50
15,700 Lehigh Valley
19,900 Louisville 8t Nashville... .100

530 Manhattan Ry guar...
100
Mod guar.............100
Market Street Ry...
100

123,700
1,620

.....

Prior preferred...
Second preferred....

6,100
13,400

46,400
29,400

Minn St Paul 8c S S M

300

2,250

.....

1,200

2,000
780

68

Mar.

Mar.

67

Mar.

2
4

52

2%

*

No par value.




Ex-dividend.

Jan.

9

89
Mar. 31
Mar.
6 114
78
61
Mar. 11

Feb. 24

34

MariA 2

Mar.

25% Mar.
29% Mar.

34

Mar.

12

32%
13%
10%
54%

Mar. 2
Mar. 17
Mar. 26
Mar. 5

Mar.

10% Mar.

51

.%

50% Mar.

%
39%
60
Sale

Sale

Sale

53% 57
33% Sale

38% Mar
58
Mar
52
Mar
84
Mar

Fat,.

5

Jan.

28

52

Jan>,

23

2

24% Jan.
26% Feb.

19
4

Jan.

7
2

44% Mar.

18

60

18

55% Mar.

2

30 106% Mar.

2

Mar. 21
Mar. 31
1% Mar. 9

33

2

Mar. 12

60
Mar. 2
38% Mar. 2
1% Mar. 25

40

30
45
Sale

70

Mar.
4% Mar. 20
% Mar. 20
10% Mar. 17

Mar. 4
4% Mar. 20
% Mar. 5
8
Mar. 21

21

41% Mar. 30
18% Mar. 30
76% Mar. 31

45

Mar. 11

23
81

Mar.
Mar.

20

15

Sale

18% Sale

SS

Sale

10

4*
35*

86%
80%

Sale

Sale

72

72

Mar
% Mar
% Mar

31

%
%

%
Sale
140
Sale

89
Sale
Sale

120

100

86

193% Sale
108

100

Sale

83

100

Sale

117

185

Mar
Mar

4I*

2

64

Feb.

9

53
84

Mar. 18

61

Jan.

9

Feb

9

Mar. 30 111

52% Jan.
32% Jan.
% Jan.

6

28
13

Jan.
Jan.

20

Jan.

16

% Jan.

7

15

3
8

3

Mar. 21

120
Sale

83

Mar.

117% 117% Mar.

61
39

/Feb. 28
Feb. 28

22

18

Feb.

6% Feb. 17
% Jan. 12
11% Feb. 10
Mar. 11

45

26% Jan.

29

70

85

16

Jan.

2

Jan.

29% Mar. 30 42% Feb. 21
2 107
Feb. 11
86% Jan.
15

81

Mar. 31

80

Jan.

72

3
% Jan.
% Mar. 20

Jan.

15
25

Jan.

Feb.

% Jan.

1% Feb.

30 143

94

91% Mar.
119% Mar.

Feb.- 26

3% Feb. 17
10% Feb. 25

Mar.
107% Mar. 30 132%
88
70
Mar 30
Mar. 12
94
Mar. 30
9
83
Mar.
Jan.
2 227
16 205% Mar. 10 165
Jan. 15 105
105

30

20

2

Jan.

100

83

28

Jan.

107% Mar, 30 125
108% Sale
Mar 30 77
70
72% 70
84

Feb.

11

55% Feb. 11

53

% Mar,
% Mar,

135

20

Jan.

81

c

17

Jan.

2

78 Vs Mar, 10

6
20

Jan.

2

30

85%

Jan.

32% Feb '128
13% Mar> 7

41% Mar. 30
18% Mar. 30

39% Mar.
28 105% Mar.

29% Mar
87% Mar

24

2

28

58

Feb.

71% Feb. 13

8

88

x

72

56

Sale

Hartford

77

44% Feb. 17
78% Feb.
9

Mar.

100

Y NHflc

20

15

52

...100

Preferred......

31

Jan.

69

Preferred^,..

N

1% Mar. 18

Jan.

100

1%

20

200 N Y Lackawanna 8c West. 100

4

9

Jan.

37

6
Mar. 16

2

Sale

14.400

Mar.

75

43% Mar.

2

8% Sale

100

100
538,172 New York Central
2,200 N. Y. Chicago 8c St Louls.100
Preferred
100
3,400
4,810 New York 8c Harlem...... 50

67

27% Feb. 17

Mar. 20

3%

....—..100

4

Mar.

16% Jan. 19
51% Feb. 10
7
% Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

22

Sale

100

100
470 Nash Chatt 8t St Louis
4,500 Nat Rys of Mex 2nd pref..100

69% Feb. 24

2

67

13

59

34

100

100

58% Jan.

Mar.

30

98,600

22% Mar. 10
62
Mar. 28
1% Mar. 18

Mar.

Sale

4.500

45% Feb. 10

45% Feb. 27
40% Jan.
5

84

100

45,566

2

38% Mar. 31
38% Mar. 24

10%

100

60 New Orl Tex 8c Mexico ....100

224",200

8

Jan.

26 102

4

74

Sale

90% Sale

*

Missouri Pacific...

preferred

11

4

105

~

1st

Feb.

44

Mar.

Sale

64%

100

Kan-Texas

Preferred

2,950

42% Feb. 24

13

Mar. 19
Jan.
7

% Mar.31

Mar.
Mar.

20 Morris 8c Essex

"""250

Mar

27% Jan.

"54""

Sale

%
6%
12%

Leased line............100
Mo

74

73% Mar.

4,600 Minneapolis 8c St Louis..100

171,300
25,450

9
7

Mar.

69

%

........

43,900
8,700

Jan.

56% Mar. 13

39

100

Sale

12.600 Kansas City Southern... ,.100

700

.

60

45

Sale

.100

Central...

Preferred

17

1% Jan.
9
1% Jan.
9
39% Feb. 24

Sale

Sale

130

13,300

Jan.

31

Sale

5%
10
8 % Sale

"""850

48

27% Mar.

Sale

78

660 Int Rys of Cent Amer... .100

3,800

9

2

138% Mar, 27 157% Feb. 25

27

70% Sale
108

80

"""220

28

80% Mar.

18

26% Sale

540

Jan.

27

Mar. 24

Jan.

2

20% Mar.
56
Mar.
1% Mar.

...100

Leased line stock..

3,900

4

Feb.

65% Jan.

2

3 101
90
3

36% Mar.

67

75

92,900 Interboro Rapid Transit. .100
Certificates of deposit. .100
6.400

<

36

2
2

59

8

Feb. 10
Feb. 25
Feb. 10
Jan. 23
Feb. 10

60% Mar.

Sale

34,000
2,200

20

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

90

% Mar. 19

450

500

Mar. 24

60

Mar.

9

47% Jan.

1
Sale

70

"l",506

16

27% Mar.
38% Mar.
38% Mar.

Sale

if

100

.........

Preferred...

80% Mar.

7

.....100

Preferred..

630

12

2
45% Feb. 24
Mar. 18
8 116

33
103

....100

230

2
2

2

Illinois Central..

90

10

Mar. 10

65,700
1,800

40,000

42% Mar.

58% Feb.
5% Jan.
9% Jan.

Mar. 18

400

9,100
8,100

z

2

61

18,100
1,200

100 Iowa

6

Jan.

7%
26%
53%
8%
15%

2

116

Mar.

75

sec

iviar.

7 110
14

Mar.

35

Sale

41

RR

Jan.

6% Jan.
19% Jan.

57

57
100

Hudson 8c Manhattan....106

520

2

14

113% Mar.

35% Sale
111% 116

24,400
2,800

90

< ys

12% Mar.

9% Mar.

800 Havana Elec. Ry
*
Preferred..............100
30

200

"3", §56

12

106

7% Mar. 25
25% Mar. 25

6% Mar.

Sale

Gulf Mobile 8c Northern..100

Preferred

1% Mar.
% Mar.

Sale
Sale

6

Erie 8c Pittsburgh.........50
Great Northern pref..... 100

10 Green Bay 8c Western

10

Mar.

1

% Mar.

6% Sale

Sale
Sale

90

100

2% Jan.
1% Jan.
% Jan.

16
9

Feb.

pref..100

"""366

Duluth South Sh

41
42

41

137

"48""
70
62

39

37

100

Hudson

Detroit & Mackinac

34% Sale

2

41

110

92

8,100 Consolid RR of Cuba pref. 100
990 Cuba RR pref
100

10

34

Sale

59

5

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

46% Feb.

56%

Sale

60

67

Feb.

2

39%
%
%
%

Mar.

107% 115

Sale
Sale

60

Feb.
Feb.

25

xll5

19,900
30,700
6,100

1%

105

50%

61

15

115

45% Feb. 24

92
10
5 100
28 230

98

%

x42% Sale

5,200
15,200
1,200

1

16

Mar.

2

3
20

24

100

44% Mar.

Mar.

Feb.

66

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.

85

39% Mar.
1% Mar.

3

Mar.

irA

38% Jan.

Mar.

218

Sale

25

34%

2

91

98% Mar.

Sale

15

Sale

at

40%
1%

6%
19%

Sale

44% Mar.

Mar.

216

98

40%

Mar.

60

94
Sale

98%

Sale

Sale

Delaware

9

202

224

103

20

14

26

Jan.

98

95

1,900

Jan.

Feb.

59

85

47 %

20

8
52

60% Mar. 20

Mar.

96

34

40

3
3

60

80%

81,550 Chicago & North West...100
Preferred
........100
2,900
100
90,600 Chic Rock Is! & Pac
7% profferred..........100
6,500
6% preferred
.100
4,400

700

10% Mar.

91

100%

87% Feb. 24
80% Feb. 27
66% Feb. 26

9
13 113% Mar.
Feb. 25
42
25
Mar.
2
17 69
Feb. 11
21 94

58

Mar.

9

40% Mar. 30

7

58% Jan.
85% Jan.

54% Mar.

9

90

108

Jan.
Feb.

108

23

Jan.

Mar. 31 120

52%

40% Sale
60% 65

25

Mar. 18

94

2 107% Feb. 24

102% Jan.

42

65

29,300
3,400
2,000

20,700

41%
64% Sale
93
93H

63

95

52

inn "is"

44,600 Chicago Great Western.. 100
Preferred.......
100
71,000
10 Chic Indianap & Louisv pflOO
78,500 Chic Mil St Paul & Pacific .*
Preferred
.100
197,500

110

60

39% Sale

...100

....

Sale

2

107% Mar. 11

55

70

75

Sale

Mar.

197

106% Mar.

79% Sale
59
112

Mar.

183

106% Sale

80%

Sale

Sale

185

1

80 C C C & St Louis pref

39,100

Sale

Preferred certificates
Preferred

16",600

Sale

100

100

Chic 6c East IU RR

12,000
14,300

Sale

194% 225
40% Sale
% Sale
% Sale

25

-

223

225ii
Sale

100

382,400 Chesapeake & Ohio
34,700 Chicago & Alton..
Preferred
41,800
600

208

Sale Prices.
Sale Prices.
Jan. 27
105
Jan. 27 105
Jan.
7
225
Jan.
7 225
178% Jan.
2 203% Feb. 24

Sale

50

70

200

Prices.

Sale

57 X
53 %
107% 108

154,300 Bkln-Manhat tr ctfs..
Trusts ctfs pref
7,200
*
13,600 Brooklyn & Queens Transit.*
Preferred
*
5,900
100
3,100 Boston & Maine......
Canadian

Sale

69

........100

Preferred

120 Carolina Clinch & O

2,800
7.700

1.

Highest.

Lowest

Highest.

Prices.

105

-

326,900

Sale

102%

Preferred
100
13,500
100
12,600 Atlan Coast Line RR
100
334,000 Baltimore & Ohio
Preferred
.....100
11,445
50
14,200 Bangor & Aroostook

150 Canada Southern

io7~I66

JAN.

SINCE

179

230

220

Susquehanna.100
Top 8c S Fe
.100

100 Beech Creek RR

2,700
2,200
2,800

Ask.

Ask.

\icksburg__.100

&

&

Atchison

580

45",§56

Bid.

Par.

10 Alabama
20 Albany

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Lowest.

March 31.

March 2.

1931.

49,600
5,400
4,900
102,300
4,500
3,600

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Price

Shares.
<

Prices are on basis of 100-shar

Jan. 2

Jan. 1.

Shares.

$344,369,800
748,402,800

Option sales are disregarded.

N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

In

-

Oct. 3, 1915. all stock# are now quoted dollars per share.

In the case of stocks which sell only in a small way.

AGGREGATE

Jan. 1 to March 31

1930.

1931.
$212,665,000
688,356,550

Bond Sales.

:,

March.

96,552,040
226,694,430

65,658,034
172,343,252

Feb.

,

5
9
24

Feb. 24
Feb.

Mar.

11

9

Feb.

24

Jan.

15

75

Jan.

2

110

Jan.

3 119% Feb. 24

94% Feb. 24

33

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS

AQOREQATE SALES.
In

PRICES

STOCKS
tr. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

March.
Share*.

1931.
Shares.

3,000
1,900

Bid.

March 2.

Ask.
Sale

11,700 N Y Ontario Ac Western. .100
5*
7,700 NYRys pf..
Sale
*
5,200 Norfolk Southern........100
7
5*
100 198
16,800 Norfolk Ac Western
205
Preferred
Sale
1,980
........100
90
100 Northern Central.
95
87 H
50
83,100 Northern Pacific......
100
47* Sale
2,800 Pacific Coast.
........100
2
5*

800

6,300
680
30

24,600
600

480

210

,

Par.

80

First preferred
100
2d preferred...........100

380,700 Pennsylvania....
.....50
1,500 Peoria At Eastern.....
100
2,100 Pere Marquette..........100
Prior preferred...
1,280
..100

137,400
100
600
470
80

590
Preferred....
...100
50 Phlla Rapid Transit pref..50
Plttsb Ac West Virginia..100
10 Pitts Ft Worth Ac Chicago.100
40
Preferred
100

10

V.600

2,400
10

20

...

300

10 Pitts Youngs Ac Ash pf 7% 100
8,900 Reading Company....
50
400
First preferred
50

100

1,300

~4*,OO6

...

Second preferred.
...50
50 Rensselaer Ac Saratoga
100
600 Rutland RR. pref..
.100

30

28,400
7,775
1,000

76,400 St Louis-San Franclsco..l00
Preferred
19,405
100
12,300
1,700
164,000
19,700
85,100
97,800

700

41,000
6,200
35,400
35,000
3,900

6,950
2,700

400
100

St Louis Southwest
100
Preferred
........100
Seaboard Air Line
100
Preferred
.......100
Southern Pacific Co
100
Southern Railway
.....100
Preferred

4,000
2,200
387
38,400
3,400

13,900 Third Avenue..
.100
17,410 Twin City Rapid Transit. 100
997
Preferred
100
92,400 Union Pacific........
100
...

16,800

10
6

57 *

Preferred

100

Bid.

Sale

Preferred

208$

210

7

58

95
Sale

W
T

6

Sale

5

91

92*

87*

Sale

10*

9*

8

8

5

Sale

Sale

62*
5

■

11*

81366

20l"966

500

91*

80
25

77*

78

20**

25

40

I?

55*

65

70

92*

131

140* 158

155

46

86
43

47

42*
47*
137
147

23*

23
40

1*

26*

28
40

Sale

Sale
85

"68"
85
6

4lH
180
84

38,100
9,100
1,220

INDUSTRIAL At MISCELL.
91,100 Abltibl Power At P.....
*
24,600
Preferred.
...........100
5,920 Abraham Ac Straus.........*
.

60

840

.

Preferred

100

......

64,000
1,120
10,400
1,400
8,100
26.100

314,900 Adams Express
*
2,530
Preferred..
100
14,600 Adams Mlllls...............*
6,300 Addressograph Internat....*
63,900 Advance Rumeiy.....
100

800

11,600
Preferred
.......100
465,400 41r Reduction Inc
...._...*
76,500 Air-Way Elec Appli Corp....*
76,900 Ahumada Lead
1
1,247,800 Alasxa Juneau Gold Mln.10
8,900 A P W Paper Co..
*
990,500 Allegheny Corp............*
Pref series A $30 warr'ts 100
12,500
Pref series A 530 ex-war .100
1,600
Pref series A $40 warr'ts
4,500

146,300
18,000
19,000
633,400
5,400
224,600
6,200
200

800

....

.........

26.100

New

.

...

500

1,600 Alleghany Steel
Alliance Realty
732,505 Allied Chem At Dye...
9,100
Preferred

♦

4,700
71,900
3,200
1,800

..100

283,660

90
90

9

47,066

Amerada Corp.
1,700 Amer Agric Chem
600
Preferred

100

3,300
6,100

•

120

Sale

28*

Sale
102*
Sale
83*
24
25
Sale

.....

16*
80*
23*
23*
3*

918

4,500

Preferred

.........100

13,000 Am Brake S AtF

30

550

Sale
7
Sale

39* Sale
44

39* Sale
41

1,000

140

132,500
4,600
200

19,300

„

60

of

•

9,200
21,600
25,950
18,500
12,100
9,500
78,600
44,400
2,600
457,500

....

*

Preferred................*
Preferred (6)..
*
2d pref A
.._*
Am Hawaiian Steamship... 10
Amer Hide Ac Leather

100

Preferred

100

Amer Home Products..
American Ice

._*
*

....

...100

13*

14
Sale

124*

71*

Sale

47,000 American

Metal

Preferred (A)

*

70

dH
Sale
Sale

66

*

.100

11

Sale

16

Sale

31* Mar.

Mar.

11

Sale

19

Sale

it*
ill*

%k%
82

Sale

44Ji

Sale

90
75
Sale

99

Sale

"15"

100*

74
69

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

90

90

23

tt%

26

25

85

89*
99*

85
90

90

Sale

&
W
72

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

77*

4

19

22%
72

71*
Sale

3* Sale

90

24* Sale
50

75

78*

9

Sale

82
81*
39* Sale

6* Sale
5* Sale
Sale

Jan.

51

Jan.

19*

Feb""24

Janl"2

16

Jan.

6

10

Jan.

3

25

Mar. 30

Mar.

85

Mar.

Mar.

90

Jan.

87

32

Sale

24* Mar. 2
22* Mar. 10
3* Mar, 7
5*. Mar. 13

22* Sale

16

«£

Sale

Sale

aV%
Sale
48

Sale

46*

"45*

i2%
60

Sale

45

£92*
6*
*
8*
6*
8*

Mar. 30

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

3

22

3

Mar. 19

54

Mar.

45

Mar. 23

.

59
55

Mar.

6

45

Mar.

5

Mar.

2

141* Mar.

Sale

Mar.

4

122

Sale

Mar.

124* Mar.
Mar.

Sale

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

8*
&

19* Sale
2*
2*

Mar.

23

20

Mar.

2*
26

Mar.

27

22* Sale
55* Sale
64* 64*

50$

■4*
8"

Mar.
Mar.

Sale

Sale
Sale

86

aS

8* Sale

Mar. 21
Mar.
5

3

39* Mar.

Sale
Sale

96
84

Mar.
Mar.

75

Sale

67

Mar.

8"
37*
4

20
75
18

57

Sale

56*

6* Mar.
3* Mar.
14

Mar.

36* Mar.

2

Mar. 18

60

Mar. 28

Feb. 13
Feb. 26
Jan.
9
Jan.

Mar. 30

74*
29*
82*
38*

Jan.
5
Jan. 20
Mar. 27
Jan.
2

86
Mar. 18
43* Feb. 24
88
Jan. 23
48* Mar. 20

53* Mar.
14* Feb
8* Mar.

Mar.

2

9

Jan.

Mar. 20

19

Mar. 28

60

Jan.
Jan.

.

Mar. 20

26* Jan.
85* Jan.

Mar. 31

74

76* Mar. 12
8* Mar. 2

67

8

Mar. 31

Mar.

29*

H

Mar.

2

3

9* Mar. 27

81* Mar.

29* Mar.
W Mar.

36* Mar.

43

Mar.

Feb. 20
Mar. 26

38* Feb. 24

16

89

7

2
6

6*
1*
10*
47*
23*

Mar.

Jan.

No par value.




28

51* Feb. 24
Mar. 20

100

10*

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Feb.

20* Jan.
72* Jan.

Mar. 19

31

'3* Jan.
4* Feb.
16* Jan

Jan.

5* Mar.
18* Mar.

5* Mar. 2
22* Mar. 17

17* Mar. 30

28

Mar.

2

17* Mar.

55* Mar. 12

57

Mar.

2

50

V«b

Feb.

Feb. 26

90

Jan.

9

Mar. 31

§!h

Mar. 30
Mar. 20

31* Feb.

9
30
Feb. 26
Jan.
9
Jan.
9
Feb. 26
Mar.
84
6
43* Mar. 19
2
:J'7v.. Mar.
5* Mar.I 2
Jan.

p

23* Feb. 24
5
89* Feb.
39* Jan. 20
57* Feb. 26

■

*

16
2

Feb. 24

79* Feb. 25

Jan.
18* Jan.
* Jan.

89

Feb.

II*

Mar.

74

6

21* Feb. 27

Jan.
Mar.

Mar.

2

9

2

33

24

4

Feb. 19

Jan.

2

Mar. 10

5

Feb. 25

27

2

A2%
100

24

124* Mar. 10
12* Feb. 24

8* Jan.

12* Mar.

Mar. 26
Mar.
7

Mar.

57

Jan.

21* Mar.

64

Mar.

84
Sale

Jan.

Jan.

22%
76

8

Sale

Feb. 24

62

Jan.

Jan.

57* Mar.

75* Mar.
18* Mar.
* Mar.
26

Sale

38

20

8

28* Mar.

28
83
Sale

a

Mar.

32

Mar. 30
Mar. 20

Sale

4

2*
29*
29*
62*
66*
4*
17*

182

Mar. 12
Mar. 30

Sale

,%

Jan.

118

86

89

c

2

Mar. 24

40* Mar. 24
82* Mar. 27
48* Mar. 20

30

18* Sale

Mar. 21

2* Jan.

6

Sale

78*

Jan.

23

54* Jan.

4

12

61
Sale

20

Jan.

2
Mar. 12

82* Mar.

15

6*
6* Sale
27* Sale

nS%

Mar. 25

Feb.

17

60
Mar.
2
63
45* Jan.
129* Mar. 26 106* Jan. 19 1293
150* Mar. 30 145
4 1503
Feb.

Mar. 31

Mar.

Feb. 24
4

Mar.

Feb. 26
Feb.
9

16]

Mar.

34
44

Jan.

21* Jan.

17

Mar.

Mar.

Jan.

1

46* Feb. 20
182*
124*
42*
18*

Jan.

36* Mar. 2
124* Mar. 10
10* Mar. 6

Mar.

a

8

29

Jan.

32;
143

Mar. 27
Mar.
2

66

Mar.
Mar.
31

Mar. 13
Mar. 25
Mar. 20

188* 675

22%

Jan.

4* Mar. 20

Mar.

Sale

31
81

30
72

Feb. 10
Feb. 24

Feb. 25
55* Feb. 25
Feb. 11
59

172

2:pv

Mar. 31

I

2

2

16

Feb. 27

15*

Mar.

41* Mar. 28

Feb.

20*

109* Feb. 24
10* Feb. 24

2

Mar.

26
26

Mar. 31

Mar. 23
2
23* Feb.
5* Feb. 16
Mar. 17

2

56* Mar.

Feb.

32*

23* Mar. 3
4* Mar. 2
11* Mar. 17
Mar.

Feb.

105* Mar. 31
23* Feb. 24
91* Mar. 17

91* Mar. 17
32* Mar. 23

19

Feb. 24
14* Feb.
9
31* Feb. 24
90
Jan. 20
94
Jan.
5

UH

70

20

9
9

20

36

31 L04* Mar. 19
18
9* Mar. 2
3
* Mar.
2
Mar. 31
13 15
8
Mar. 27
7
31
11* Mar. 2

48

142* Sale

Sale

90*

9

26

13*

Sale

28

76

17

Feb.

Mar. 30

16

Sale

Sale

2$%

17* Sale
75

Sale

24* Sale

*
25

70
31

3

Feb.

31* Mar. 18

87

13*

14

Mar.

205* Feb. 24
86* Feb. 24

20

105* Sale

30

58* Sale

6

10

10* Mar. 31
12* Mar. 2
40* Mar. 4 46* Mar. 9
Mar. 31
29* Mar. 13 36
100* Mar. 6 L05* Mar. 31
19* Mar. 31 22* Mar. 2

Sale

88* Sale
74* Sale
8* Sale

10
30
14

17*

18* Mar.'
17* Mar.
12* Mar.
29* Mar.

Mar.

16* Mar.
11* Mar.

Sale

675

Jan.

'

19

Sale

Jan.

62

18* Mar.
38* Mar.

40

53* Mar. 14
18* Mar. 28
8* Mar. 31

Sale
Sale

Mar

Mar

Feb.

76
100

79

65

19*
9*

83

Mar

14

Jan.

65* Feb. 10

Mar
74* Mar
»u>4

60* Mar
Mar. 18 200* Mar
84* Mar. 4 86* Mar

17

Sale

Mar.

90
10

Jan.

33* Jan.

Mar. 27

53
21

16

Mar. 16

Feb. 11

2* Jan. 12
109* Feb. 11

Mar. 17

45
183

60
Sale
51*
125* Sale 123* Sale
149* 149* 149* 150*

45* Sale

Jan.

31

w*
76

Mar

4

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

38* Sale

8

148*

* Mar.

Mar. 10
7* Mar. 31

18
Sale

85

21

•

90

13
12*
13
36* Sale
34
121* 124* 122

89

21%

Jan.

16

Feb. 11
Jan.
5

1* Mar.
106* Mar.

40

Mar.

80

Feb. 24

27
27
9
Feb. 24
60
1* Jan. 12

Mar. 31

Sale

36* Sale

Feb.

47* Mar.
69* Mar.
28* Mar.

57* Mar.

4

Sale

Mar.
3
Mar. 18

44* Mar. 20

Mar.

35

18*

!S*

Sale

Mar.

7 163
24 150
Mar. 18
Mar. 20
46
Jan. 10
47
Jan.

12

123* 124* 124
38* Sale
17* Sale

ii*

6 157

Mar.

Mar. 16 148* Mar. 16

15

48

Sale

46

44* Mar. 20

82* Mar. 27

*

47,230 Am Nat Gas preferred......*
350 American News Co.........*

28
15

*1%
Sale

44* Sale

Jan.

100

"l2%
32

Sale

55*
56* Sale

Mar. 20

45

145

79* 84
* Sale

Sale

_.

II

Sale

12%

Mar.

Mar. 20

89

37

21"

Machine At Metals

3

Sale

Sale

72* Mar. 18

84

46,375 Amer Locomotive .._....—*
6,000
Preferred
.100
269,200 Am Mach At Foundry...
*
Voting trust ctfs

4
9
7

37* Sale

Sale

1,400

8

Feb.

88

19*
*

26,506 Amer

Jan.

12%
86

71* Mar.

6*

19*

80

Mar. 18
Mar. 30

74

Sale

14

Mar. 24

75
95
Sale

92*

60

5

Sale

Sale

Sale

9

10

Mar. 18

78
32*

Amer Internat Corp..
.._*
28,300 Am La France Ac Foamite..10
520
Preferred
100

......

P

102* Sale

Sale

100

Am Ac Foreign Power

Preferred

25

Alleghany

County, N J
25
American Colortype
Am Com Alcohol ▼ t c
•
Amer Encaustic Tiling _..__*
Am European Securities...

.10 American Express Co

3,929,106

200

*6",780

Co

Sale

Feb.

Mar. 12
Mar.
6

95* Mar.
45* Mar. 31

4* Sale

64*

30
81

Coal

101
22* Sale
Sale
90

100

61

23,766

Am

99*

85

92* Feb. 25

66
157
156

Sale

Sale

60

Sale

76,500 American Chicle......

Sale

Sale

170

Mar.

20

25

Mar.

10* Sale

\V%

Jan.

88

Mar.
* Mar.

36

59

5

Jan.
3
Feb. 10

9* Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

1

41

8*
6*

2

Mar.

Mar. 23

Mar.

39

Sale

9*

Mar.

Mar. 25
Mar. 25

7

27

73* Mar.

Sale

Sale

MH

80

55
Sale

32* Sale

63*

27

40

Sale

2*

Sale

20,200
88,700
9,500
27,900

Sale

"

53*

147

40

41

12*
13
29* Sale

62

Sale

...

,«

Sale

26

8*
47

...........

35

Sale

it*

Mar. 25

Mar.

86
70

90

64

5

Jan.

8

Mar, 30

Feb.

23

184

252

110*

American Chain...........*
Preferred
100

22%
30

£200* Sale
84* 86

2

Sale

8,800
21,400
2,200
11,000

8.20Q
1,500

"17*

18
2
16
Sale

47,300 Amer Car Ac Foundry..._.._*
4,900
Preferred..
100

25,500

2,800
4,600
9,400
3,000
10,800
7,700
40,600
8,700
1,600
144,000
12,100

45
78
Sale
121
Sale

32

100

1,915*666

if*

119

11,000
1,500
8,700

Sale

23

Sale

—

•

87,700 Am Brown Boverl El...
*
2,510
Preferred
100
2,392,700 American Can........
25
8,660
Preferred..............100

ti

10

90

4

Mar .""2

35*

45

19

6*
*

100

Preferred......

15,100
530
788,100
3,700

25*

9* Sale
14

Sale

*

............

470

10

41

46

46*
150

Sale

17*

(Conn)..*

16,900 Amer Agrlc Chemical (Del).*
18,750 American Bank Note
10
966
Preferred.
..50
9,400 American Beet Sugar......*

3.400

16

10
26*
99*
100

"78"

60* Sale

"17* Sale"

2,000 Amalgamated Leather..
*
1,200
Preferred..........
.100

25,400
1,300

75
44*

50*

Sale

9*
23

Mar. 23

Mar.

Mar. 23

Feb.

95

13*
13

12

Feb. 26
Mar. 31

59
157

74
69

18* Sale

8*

9

25

73*

75

39

27

Jan.

62

Mar.

9* Sale

Jan.
Feb.

Mar.

4

9

2

Mar.

Mar.

Sale

14
,

8

9

88

90

Sale

2
2
3

55

8
Sale

65

70

■ii*
Sale

31
59

35

Allls Chalmers MM
*
22,725 Alpha Portland Cement....*

800

„

•

■18*

5* Mar. 30

Sale Prices.

Mar. 23 217
Jan.
8
93
Feb.
3
88*
Jan.
2
60*
Jan. 10
7
Jan.
5
12

Mar. 31
88* Mar. 7
Mar.
2
58
Mar. 23
7

50* Mar. 18

87

HI" loo"

_

291,766

7

72*

80

70
99

Sale

32*

*

...........

9

52

43*

106
18
44
45

100

10

120

Mar.

70*

147

* Sale
1* Sale
106* Sale
58* Sale

Sale

49

w

47* Sale
69* Sale

Sale
49
Sale

93

17

...

1.

Highest.

Prices.

151

45*

Sale
43
63* Sale

100

Western Maryland

91

88* Mar.

133

140

30

196

159* 155* 163* 155* Mar.

145

86* Sale

Jan.

95
Sale

60

52
138

Sale

Jan.

Sale

5

80

41

Second preferred...
2,200
100
6,900 Western Pacific
.100
Preferred
8,100
.100
140 Wheeling At Lake Erie....100
200
Preferred..............100

1,100
1,200

JAN.

5* Mar.

I*
55*

91*

Jan.

Mar. 11

6_ Mar. 11
Mar. 23 208* Mar. 3

Mar. 12
Mar. 27

1

6

Sale

Sale Prices.
Mar. 26
7

6* Mar. 25

I *

95

100

Preferred B_.

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

7*

6

76*

100
...

6* Sale

77

,100

70,000 Wabash
Preferred A
20,800

Ask.

2

Vicksburg Shreve At Pac._100

5,300
2,400

RANGE

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

fp

7*

100

Mobile Ac Ohio certlfs..l00
800 Texas Ac Pacific..........100

IN MARCH.

Price
Jan. 2

V:

33

n: y. stock exchange-stocks
AGGREGATE
In

>

SALES,

PRICES

r March.

Shares.

104,900
5,800
1,000
6,200
367,000
120

12,900
196,600
21,600
100

7,200
340

119,300
3,300
5,300
2,200

282,900 Amer Power 9c Light
*
Preierred
*
16,200
Preferred (5)
2,100
*
Pref A stamped...
12,200
*
•
774,200 Am Radiator & Stand San
720
Preferred...
100
39,900 American Republics..
*
606,946 Am Rolling Mill
23
140,300 American Safety Razor
•
2,500 American Seating
*
25,300 Amer Ship & Co mm
*
1,290 American Shipbuilding
_*
-

70

20,100
10,010
88,210
780
10,400
43,600
5,900
22,200
4,020
705,052
60,800

Amer Smelt &

380

4,800
23,900
3,200
6,700
870

222,914
19,300
85,200
2,830
500

100
100

Snuff

25

Preferred

.100

Amer SoIt & Chem Corp
Preferred
Amer Steel

*

Foundries...__

American
.

SINCE

JAN.

1.

Sale

603* Sale

Sale

98

Sale

It*

82

80

Sale

803*
Sale

152

11

303*

Sale

333* Sale

57

Sale

65

41*

73*
Sale

42

Sale
41
115 > 1303*
933*

"37"

Sale

104
102
2 3* Sale
73* Sale

25 H Sale
110
1103*
39
37
45
41

Sale

9
73*
13* Sale
393* 40

56
135

Sale

9

Sale

293* Sale
57
573*
8
73*
13* Sale
373* 393*

,463*
137

6

63
3 102

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

2

Mar. 20

sou Mar.

4

573* Mar. 28
8

Mar. 13

37

Mar. 13

44

Mar.

136

Mar.

40

563*
1383*
1025*
423*
1095*
43*
11"

Mar.

107

80

Mar. 20
Mar. 25

141

Mar.

23* Mar.
63* Mar.
253* Mar.

153* Jan.

Jan.

2

63* Jan.

30

Jan.

2

Jan.

16

29

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar,
Mar.

57

2

5

37

2

403* Jan.

27
12

129

10

37

13

105

2
2

Mar. 21

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Sale

18831 Sale

117

Sale

114

114

1063*

Sale

124
95

1253*

1183* Sale 1163*
Sale
1283* 1283* 128

102

106

Sale

110

Sale

58

Sale

78

Sale

64

76
104

Sale

62

Sale

105

..25

Preferred.

^«,iwi.i.«.w.-.100

Type Founders..

Preferred

472,200 Am Wat Wks 8c El
Certificates
24,300
1st preferred
3,700
American Woolen
79,400
Preferred..
207,900

*

100

100

108

8.

Sale

Sale

973* 100

98

Sale
Sale

100

1083* 111

ft

11

Mar. 30119
Mar. 12
1153* Mar. 3 1215* Mar. 20
3
1263* Mar. 18 1283* Mar.
97
Mar. 13
99
Mar. 26
Mar. 21 110
107
Mar.
2

Sale

63

Mar. 31'

68

Mar. 27

785* Mar.
765* Mar.

""

*

100

Sale

205* Sale

_

.

63*

105

Sale
Sale

21

93* Sale
33

Sale

sfi

65

2
2

Mar.
2107
Mar. 19
1053* 104
Sale
Mar. 19
83* Mar. 30 11
Sale
293* Mar.
393* Mar. 23

Feb.
Feb.

26
13

15* Feb. 27
42

Jan,

6

1025* Mar. 12

Jan.

25

197

WIU

Ill

9

423*
1095*
43*
15
113*
15; 3H*

.Tan.

13 113

20

2i

23* Jan.
65* Jan.

Sale

25

163*

Sale

E*
66

583* Feb. 24
1383* Mar. 27

933* Jan.

Sale

100

Tobacco

Sale

Sale

13

Jan.

263* Mar.

104

100

Sale

543* Sale

47

9 1455* Mar. 25
125* Feb. 27
6
Feb. 20

Feb.

6

Mar. 19
Mar.
2

13* Mar.
393* Mar.

1003* Mar.

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 23

65
8

Mar. 23

1

645* Feb. 26
2 102
Mar. 27
5
835* Mar. 20
3
845* Mar. 12
2
213* Mar. 20

Jan.

78

Mar. 12

Mar.

2

J ail.

45

Mar. 27

835*
845*
213*
1455*
115*
335

Mar. 30

a

itrA

Highest.
Sale Prices.

1443* Mar. 3
83* Mar. 28
263* Mar. 6

Sale

1355*
1385*
1003* Sale
1003* Sale
41
413*
403* Sale
107
105
1083* 109
43* Sale
23* Sale
63*
103* Sale
73*
Sale
283* Sale
112
1113* Sale

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

IF

Sale

805* Sale
845* Sale
185* Sale
203* Sale
1443* 1473* 150
10

6 3*

83

Highest.
Sale Prices.

513* Mar. 30

Sale

1013* 103

144

Sale

73*,

52

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Ask.

Sale

.............100

Class B
Amer

465*
94 5*
78
16 3*
141

March 31.

96
83*
15**
1783*

*

Telog & Cable..
Telep & Teleg

Amer

I

Ask. Bid.

100

Preferred

American

Bid.

Mar.
1123* Mar. 13, 110
37
463* Mar. 30; 483* Mar. 10
52
Mar.
9
60
Mar.
42 5*
1023* Mar. 6 1083* Mar.
96
8
Mar. 30
8
95* Mar.
183* Mar. 9 205* Mar.
153*
1873* Mar. 31 1995* Mar. 10 1763*

.100

Stores

Sugar Refining.100

Am Sum Toh
Amer

Ask.

100

Preferred
American

510

240

138,600
7,600
1,100
43,500
81,800

*

2d Preferred

357,000

6,830
3,500

Refining,

Preferred

American

370

8,800
4,010
18,800
e

March 2.

1931.
Bid.

Par.

327,845
6,300
10,500
7,800

RANGE

MARCH.

IN

Price

Jan. 2

Jan. 1.

Shares,

STOC CS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

Jan.

Mar. 10
Mar. 13
Feb.

16

Feb.
Feb.

24
20

Feb.

20

7j 483*

Mar. 10

60

Mar. 25

Jan.

5(

Jan.
Jan.

12,

2 1083* Mar. 16
113* Feb. 13

12

233* Feb.

18

2 2015* Feb.
2 1203* Feb.

26

Jan.

1045* Jan.
1243* Jan.

2 1223* Feb.
3 1283* Feb.

104

90

Jan.
Jan.

24 105
Jan.
21 1103* Feb.

105

Jan.
Jan.

54

Jan.

15

543* Jan.
101 3* Jan.
65* Jan.

19

24
24
4
16
28

805* Feb. 26
805* Feb. 26

29 107
Mar. 19
2
113* Jan. 12

21

Jan.

2

393* Mar. 23

3

2

Jan.

3!

17

Mar. 10

14

Jan.

13

4
18

75*
405*
425*
263*
325*
995*
183*

6
Mar.
Mar. 11
Mar. 2
Mar. 10
Mar. 2
Mar. 16
Mar. 2

43* Jan.

2

17

Mar.
Mar.

1

11,100
1,000

Am

48,200,

Amer Zinc, Lead 8c Smelt

25

13*
113*
43* Sale

Preferred
3,700
1,621,454 Anaconda Copper
8,900 Anaconda Wire 8c Cable
34,000 Anchor Cap Corp
Preferred
1,900
11,900 Andes Copper Mining Co
Archer Daniels Mid
38,400

25

28

50

30?*

4,400
100

7,700
1,200
557,800
3,000

9,700
300

4,900
11,500

Pref

tr ctfs*

v

voting]trust ctfs

9,200
60,500
24,000
10,400

23,200
385,175
102,000
48,200
23,750
1,760

609,600
700

255* Mar. 31
29

Mar. 31

96
Sale

96

98

98

Mar. 11

*

430

950
110
700

250

66,300
590

1st preferred

*
100

...

100
25

Atl G & W I SS Lines

Preferred

100

Atlantic

117",200
206,300
910

7,700
4,700
400

"""285
44,900
500
10

377,500
1,300
7,000
14,800
7,600

Atlas

Refining
Powder..........

25

Preferred

820

100

*

2

50

100

58

*

68

3*

25

*
100

....

Creamery

50

Preferred

100

106

Bethlehem Steel

30

Jan.

8

Feb.

10

13*

36

,

ii

Mar.

13!

48

223* Mar.

2

52

Mar.

2

985* Mar.
123* Mar.

9
2

3

Mar.

2513*
23*
245*
513*
23*
43*
63*

Mar.

cV/s

Mar.

Sale

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

Sale

Mar.

Mar.

60

6

Mar. 26

23*

Mar,

Mar. 25
Mar. 25
Mar. 30

9

eF
iF

*

10
50

2

93,100 Brooklyn Union Gas
Brown Shoe, Inc
5,000

*

Preferred

100

1,145,000 Brlggs Manufacturing.

*

*
15,080 Brunswlck-Balke-Coll
•31,700 Brunsw'k Term 8c Ry Sec.100
Bucyrus-Erie Co
10
55,700
Couv preferred
5
27,400

Preferred (7)

100

(E G) Mfg

Preferred 7%
Wheel

100

Budd

*

dullard Co

*

Watch

...

..._.*

Burns Brothers.

*

Preferred........
common

75

*

5

4,000
*
189,400 Burroughs Add Mach
22,200 Bush Terminal Co.
Debenture stock.......106
1,820

260

780 Bush Term Bldgs. pref....100

4,100
21,700
4,900

5
16,100 Butte Copper & Zinc
...100
48,100 Butterick
11,300 Butte & Superior Mining..10
*
1,154,000 Byers & Co
...

...........

Preferred

.

.

............100

Mar. 25
Mar. 30
Mar. 26

Mar.

Jan.

Mar.

2

1

Jan.

Feb.

16

Mar.

4

25* Feb

Feb.

27

Mar.

2

3

Mar.

9

Mar. 10
Mar. 26
Mar. 13

.

Jan.

Mar.

Mar. 19

Mar.

Feb.

Feb.

11

Jan.

55* Mar.
54

2

Mar. 19

205* Jan.
883* Jan.
103

10

2

Mar. 10

13* Jan.
73* Mar.

Mar. 26

Mar. 13
Feb.

26

Sale

91

Mar.

5

90

Mar.

5

873* Jan.

Mar.

19
5

Sale

Sale

Mar.

7

81

Mar. 19

65

Jan.

Mar. 19

108

Mar. 16

106

Jan.

Mar. 16

595* Mar. 24

50

Jan.

Feb.

11

23* Jan.

Jan.

30

Jan.

22

Feb.

24

1103*

Mar. 14 111

53

Sale

Mar. 11

Sale

Sale

Mar. 21

79
Sale

Mar. 11

803*

122

Sale

Mar.

Mar.

6

Sale
19

18

Mar.

Sale

90

Mar. 30

Sale"
Sale

293* Mar.
613* Mar.
13* Mar. 24

Sale

25*

10

Sale

6

95

Mar.

2

Sale

715*
253*
15*
213*

Sale

Sale
Sale
5
22

395* Mar. 27
645* Mar. 23
13* Mar. 24

Sale

Sale

933*

Sale

Mar. 13
Mar. 30
Mar.
7
Mar. 30

22

Mar.

20

Sale

175^

Sale
Sale

113

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

45

22

Mar.

17

Mar.

30

Mar.

1295*
343*
1173*
22 5*
133*
85*
193*
343*

112

Mar.

113

Jan.

Jan.

Mar.

Mar.

18

Mar. 20
Mar.

Mar. 25

3

Sale

Sale

Sale

183* Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

643* Sale

Sale
Sale

110

Mar.

5 113
IS

15* Mar,
143* Mar. 28:
1

Mar.

2

9

Mar. 17
Mar.

2

4

Mar.

2

475* Mar. 30
973* Mar. 23 105

Mar. 19

Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

5

Mar.

4

Mar. 25
Feb.

13
10

Feb.

19

Feb.

10
2

Jan.

Feb.

25

Mar.

Jan.

Jan.

Feb.

9

Feb.

5
27
26
30

115* Jan.
11 3* Jan.
155* Mar.

Jan.

•Tan.

7

Mar.

Jan.

20

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb. 11 104

Jan.

7

Feb.

9

22

2

195* Mar.
13* Mar.
665* Mar.

10
Mar.
2

Feb.

25

45*
5
45* Mar.
213*
305* Mar. 2
Sale
273* Mar.
30 293* Mar.
2i 233*
263* 255* Mar.
6 1035* Mar. 27 1003*
101
Mar.
103
Mar.

2

17

Jan.

46

52

Feb.

Mar.

4

Mar.

Feb.

Feb.

7

2

Mar.

*.Jan.

7

2

27

Mar. 18

Mar. 24

1115* Jan.

2

Mar.

2

20

Feb.

Feb.

325*
4' 1173*
25
163*
7
103*
6
53*
2
143*

Mar.

20

Feb.

Mar. 20

Jan.

20

Mar.

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

103

Mar.

9
15

Jan.

673*
205*
13*
163*

2

Mar.

Jan.

15* Jan.

Mar.

6

Sale

60

6

21

395* Mar. 27
645* Mar. 23

205* Jan.

Mar. 19

Mar.

46

22

105

Feb.

Mar. 25

Mar.

90

Mar. 10

123* Mar.
mi Mar.

18

1

Mar.

Jan.

163* Jan.

2

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

43

Sale

24

14

Mar.

Mar.

84

2

20
20
18
24

46

36

1023* 1023*
1103* 1103*

Mar. 26

165* Jan.

53* Mar.

43* Mar.

95*
145*
125*
155*

303* Sale

Mar. 19

455* Jan.
1143* Jan.

300

1153* Mar.
xll95* Sale 1153* Sale
335* Mar.
335*
343* 33 5* Sale
116
1173* Mar.
1173*
185* Mar.
195* Sale"
203* Sale
103* Mar.
103*
63* Mar.
75* Sale

29

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

53* Mar.

43* Mar.
14

763*
305*
25*
243*

400

10

32 3* Jan.

Jan.

7

53
Sale

103

28

205* Mar. 25

18

Sale

Sale

5

78

753* Jan.

Sale

603*

Sale

253* Mar. 30

843*

Sale

28

2

2

20

Sale

Mar.

675* Mar.
2 1235* Mar.

Sale

233* Sale
24
223*
1005* Sale
1083* 109
15* Sale
145* Sale
13*
38

10
5

Jan.

Jan.

Sale

il*

16

Feb.

Mar.

26
263*
1105* 115

100

Jan.

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.

5*
25*
1013*
15*

11

Sale

9

11

Feb.

8

243* Mar.

Sale

113*

Feb.

95

2

63

493*

24

4

143

_*

21

Feb.

Mar.

22

1175*
175*
103*

7

Jan.

Jan.
Mar.

143* Mar.

228

103
35

Jan.

18
42

Mar. 31

685* Sale
215* Sale
3
13*
20
153*

13

Jan.

31

485* Mar.

Mar. 31

85
Sale

*

18

Sale

100

13*

5

Feb.

Sale

723*

6

5

Feb.

30

90

55

*

Feb.

Jan.

Sale

1143* 1153*

*

100

Jan.

263* Jan.

51

463* Mar. 19

*

85

5

Mar. 28

21

Mar. 20

Mar.

Mar. 12

100

Jan.

Jan.

Mar. 30

...100

22

21

Sale

__100

7

Mar. 26

275* Mar. 19
1043* Mar. 19
3 1043* Mar. 14

Mar. 24

8

Mar. 16!

Sale

Preferred
100
870
410 Brooklyn Edison Co Inc..100
Rights
385




Jan.

Sale

22,800 Brockway Motor Truck..

490

Mar.

185* Mar.
195* Mar.

Sale

100

*

Class B

26

Sale

Preferred

Bulova

Feb.

51

7% preferred

330

26

333*

Corp

Brlggs & Stratton

3,400

Feb.

Corp.._.__*

Best & Co

Corp
99,700
5,700 Bon Ami class A...
6,000 Booth Fisheries.
1st preferred
2,000
334,600 Borden Co
587,500 Borg-Warner Corp
1,310 Botany Cons Mills A

210

6

Jan.

._.*

Bendix Aviation

Bohn Alum & Brass

300

Jan.

795* Mar. 19
243* Mar. 20

*

163*

12,700

6

Mar.

503*
23*
763*
175*

20

Belding Brothers
^
Belg Nat Rys part prof

20

7

Mar. 13

*31

Mar.

40

113*
243*
873*
65

24

224,900
104,300
55,300

13*

22

Jan.

Mar.

1003* 104

5&*

27
4

Jan.

15* Mar.

Mar.

255* Sale
100

Feb.
3 102

2

I!

Mar.

513*
513*
23* Sale
43*
55* Sale

100

Beech-Nut Packing

Budd

Sale
Sale
105
Sale

•

10

290

104
10

*

52,300

459,300

213*
8S3*

Blaw-Knox...

23,100

920

Sale

584 Bloomingdale Bros

5,300

400

2

3

1st preferred

430

33,800
7,500

1

Feb.

Jan.

Mar.

Sale

22

21

Mar. 16

Jan.

Mar. 11!
193* Mar.
253* Mar.
295* Mar. 20:
97
Mar. 23:

Mar.

113* Sale
3
33*
2063* Sale

2

27

49
2 5* Mar.

Mar.

Sale

97

Sale

Preferred

10

52

Feb.

Mar. 10

2

83

Mar.

513*
223* Sale

473*

513*

1,100 Barnet Leather
7% preferred
250
246,450 Barnsdall Corp. class A
1,270 Bayuk Cigars, Inc

16,800

36

50

21

....

v

33

53
Sale

*

*
489,200 Baldwin Locomotive
Preferred
.100
3,090
1,440 Bamberger (L) & Co pref._100
Barker Bros..
*
2,020

440

100
35

Sale

20

Mar. 11

80

98

31

Sale

Mar.
Mar.

101

23

Feb.

Feb.

895* Feb.
135* Jan.
143* Mar.;

75* Mar. 12

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

90

♦

16,300 Autosal^s
Preferred
1,320
275,160 Aviation Corp

Beatrice

1073*

21

Jan.

10.405*
2
295* Jan.
433*
22
Feb.
263*

Mar. 10'

30

Mar.

185*
195*
243*
963*

96

Sale

2

Jan.

27

Jan.

85* Feb. 26

Jan.

80

98

97

633* Mar.
33* Mar.
23* Mar.

Mar. 23
Mar. 30
Mar. ,28

215*

Sale

3

Prior A

410

183*
453*

3 102

Mar. 25
Mar. 23

83

84

83*

........

170

36,700

80

923*

50

Mar.

26

9

53*

263*
353*

Dry Goods.

70 Blumenthal & Co pref

100

Sale

Sale

Associated

9,800 Atlas Stores
1,100 Atlas Tack Corp
1,578,600 Auburn Automobile
2,700 Austin, Nichols & Co

270

2,500

273* Sale
63* Sale

27

3,300
2,700
302,200
10,500

80

48,265

Sale

Sale

75.700
4,200
11,800
15,360
3,000
844,400
154,900
1,931,000
14,700
57,600

324,300
47,900
695,000
5,500
14,600

Sale

25*
15*
233*
53*

22
85
80

35,600

700

35*
53*

49

533*
33* Sale

223*

530

700

33

53

Sale

101

Sale

420

4,500
3,400

|K

65

Sale

623*

193*

900 Austrian Credit Anstalt

146,800
1,070

Sale

102

25

400

85,500

17

101

24

210

110

153*

143* Mar. 27
143* Mar. 31

106

102

213*

550

2,500

153*

183* Sale

95

2d preferred
390 Associated Oil

120

300

32

Sale

100

300

2,900

Sale

Arnold Constable

2,700

74,800
3,500

Mar. 30

6

Sale

81

300

200

Mar.

Sale

20

107,400

200

35

Sale

100

25,500
37,100

'"180

363*

32

.......

Preferred

6

26

*

Corp
Artloom Corporation.:

35* Mar.

Mar. 10
Mar. 30

63*

24

Armour (Del) pref
100
Armour of Illinois class A..25
Class B
25

110

17

14

Sale

Sale

10
1,600 Art Metal Construction
62,600 Associated Apparel Indus..*

60

600

23* Mar.

27
80
14

100

Preferred

20

„

22

*

...

Preferred

30

25*

*

_

170

iF

33* Sale
18
125*
73* Sale
50
323*
423* Sale

»

...

40

6,900

Writing Paper

"

Jan.
13* Jan.
125* Jan.

109

113
2

205*
15*
2! 695*
375* Jan.
973* Mar. 23 1063*
1

Jan.

24
Jan. 23
Mar. 17
Feb.

Jan.

29

Feb.

26

Feb.

20

Feb.

20

Feb.

24

34

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE-STOCKS

AQQRBQATE SALES.
In

March.
Shares

PRICES

STOCKS

13,700

March 2.

1931.

Bid.

Par.

42,200

Calif Packing

10,000
11,000
18,300
45,200
5,600
5,750

168,700
1,200
190

920

100

1,147,600
540

Ask.

410

20

41

Sale

38** Sale

38** Mar. 31

5

Sale

14

Sale

14**

Sale

13** Mar. 30

Canada Dry Ging Ale
Cannon Mills

38**

Sale

36**

Sale

35

23

24
Sale

*

22
15

Sale

36

*
c

Preferred class A

Case (J I) Co....

Sale

Sale

A—*
50

Capital Admin Co Ltd

14**

111** Sale

113

49

Sale

44

4

Sale

3

4

100

24

Sale

23

24

23

14

Sale

12**

13**

Sale

11

Mar. 13

3

Preferred

115
Sale

10

m Sale

2

1** Mar. 2
43** Mar. 17

140

5,800
23,300
500

1,215,100
6,900
2,180

11

Mar.

36% Feb.

2

12
Sale

105**
Ill

405*

11

10**
85*
29

6 25
Mar. 24
6
15
Mar.
2
35
Mar. 11
Mar. 11
Mar. 31 123** Mar. 2
2 116
Mar.
Mar. 21
Mar. 13
50** Mar. 2
4
Mar.
Mar.
2
7
26
Mar.
Mar. 26
7
9
14
Mar.
2
Mar.
Mar. 13 14** Mar. 2
Mar. 13 13** Mar. 21
Mar. 19 37** Mar. 21

32

Sale

Sale
Sale

19*5 Mar,
4

Mar. 16

24** Mar. 26
5% Mar.

65
Sale

67

Mar. 13

67

Mar. 13

59

28**
7**
25**
19**

Mar.
Mar.
Mar. 24'
Mar. 2

49

Mar.

24

1!*
IF

*
...

Sale

Sale

!k

18

Sale

Sale

44**

23** Mar. 30
3** Mar. 11

Sale

16

6
Mar. 10

Mar.

Sale

12

Sale

42** Mar. 18

30 City Investing
42,800 City Stores

11,500
14,200
2,900
126,900
3,100
15.800
107,600

6,600
21,300

220

5,100
1,186,100
11,500
2,507,450
379,300
1,505,230
44,800
69,400
11,300
2,170
720

1,260

27,500

50

1,100
17,050
4,800
942,300
1,300
201,400
32,400

7,300
1,400
205,300
700
86,700

10

122,100
21,200
13,900
34,900
138,600
84,600
58,100
520

56,200
8,500
1,200
3,300
2,400
900

"2", 660
27,100
1,660
4,700
11,900
9,100
550

10,700
6,300
6,300
2,500
218,386
27,900
620

470

7,600
18,900

*
.100

~27~"

100

99**

3!

12

iff
2J

100

....

*

.....

Preferred

360
2,920
570
67,700
43,300
1.636,200
37.100
5.800
157,800
43,600
24,700
286,500
111.400
35,366

100

10

140

290,400
11,100
41,500
15,500
128,400
2,100

731,700

*

12** Mar. 30
33** Mar. 9

25

28

35

21**
36**

11**

20<\
IP

Sale

23
Sale
Sale

1035* Sale
15** Sale
78

!

160

Sale

52** Sale
47** Sale
103** Sale
13** Sale
78
73**

*

Sale

Sale

84

Sale

Commonwealth & Southern *

Sale

Sale

10

Sale

Sale

99

100

Columbia Graphophone..
Columbian Carbon
Preferred

_.*

Sale

*

Sale

50

.......

Sale

Commercial Credit.....
Class A....
Preferred 7%

25

preferred..

23**

25

.....

Preferred B
1st

92**

24
83

100

Sale

Preferred

109
110
Sale

;

6%% preferred
:
Convertible preferred...
Warrants

stamped......

Commercial Solv
Conde-Nast Public'ns.

.

4%

cumulative

Sale

37
Sale

_.

23**

...;

25
53

—1

55

Preferred (6%)
Prior pref ex-warr

27**
65
Sale

50** 62
10** Sale
15*1 Sale
83 % Sale

Consol Film Industry.....
Preferred

Consolidated Gas
Pref $5

Class B

Preferred

Continental Can

Corn Prod Refining.

110

88
9

iy>

Sale

37

10

Sale

27

29

17**
32

26*

109

88

7**
Sale

33
Sale

27

Mar.

6

2; 22% Mar. 25
26

34

26 102-

Jan.

18

Mar.

2

24% Jan.

Mar.

4

95

Jan.

2
30 167** Mar.
2
52% Mar. 16
30 50% Mar. 18

10 104** Mar. 30
16% Mar. 25

12** Mar. 30
73

Mar. 17

9

Mar. 20

22** Mar. 30

73

Mar.

Mar. 3
Mar. 28

5

17** Mar. 30
32
Mar. 11
9** Mar. 13
26

Mar. 28

45%
93%
16%
m M

Mar. 4
Mar. 14
Mar. 2

Sale

17

Sale

Sale
Sale

2!

17**

Sale

Sale

2*1

Sale

77

Sale

60**

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

57** Sale
15** Sale

57**

Sale

14

Sale

Sale

Sale

IS

46

25

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

.................

16
Sale

100
.......

Sale

Sale

*

77%
*

5

100

Sale

100

Sale

Cuba Co

*

Cuba Cane Products

*

Sale

Cuban American Sugar
10
Preferred
....100
Cuban Dom Sug........

3**

2iP

*

11**
10**
83?*
147**

Mar. 26

Mar. 26:
Mar. 18
Mar. 5
25

Jan.

82

Mar.

2

12% Mar. 27
30% Mar. 10

Sale

8

»

....

38

Sale

9**

Deere & Co pr

..........20

16
Sale

Detroit Edison

100

Sale

5a

Devoe & Reynolds A

13
.100

113

Jan.
Jan.

2\

Jan.

15)

^

119

55* Sale
Sale

105** 106
99

Sale

30** Sale
20
8
8

IF
191

18% Sale

Sale

Sale

21

Sale

72

Sale

*

6

10*

110
Sale
Sale
Sale

7

5
Sale

Mar.

91**
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28

?Iif
9**
21 J*
185

Sale

28

Mar.

Sale

17J* Mar. 31

110
Sale

6**

Mar. 31

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
9

17
109

Mar.

26

Mar. 26
Feb. 27

Feb.

13

5
2

12

Mar. 27

12

Feb.

24

Jan.

86% Feb.

17

Jan.

8%
27
14%
4%

Jan.

31

14

Jan.
Jan.

26

Jan.

16
5
20

Feb.
Mar

96

Mar

4

Jan.

6

1% Jan.

2

41

3
2

5
2

6
20
23

Jan. ,5
Mar
9

22

Mar.

2

4

3

-

6 152

16

48

Mar. 25
Mar. 26

118% Mar.
5% Mar.
8% Mar.

2

Jan.

31% Jan.
67% Feb.

48% Mar. 19

% Jan.

2

m
38$

II4

89% Jan.
113% Jan.
2% Jan.
3% Jan.

24

Feb.

27

Mar. 16

Feb. 27
Mar. 11

Mar. 31
Feb.

Feb
Jan.: I

12

Feb.

11

106

Jan.

3

Jan.

m Jan.
Mar.
d* Jan.
Jan.

8
8
24
9
8

48% Mar. 19
Feb.

15

Mar.

2

•

Jan.

6%

12 100
2

2

Feb.!

63

29

Jan.

18

Feb.

nr& Feb.

8% Mar.

7
5

27
2

112

Mar. 26

100

Jan.

2 112

Mar. 25

107
32

Mar. 18

95

9 107

Mar. 18

3

28

Jan.
Mar

Mar.

21% 3VIar. 20

28

Mar.

175

Jan.

18% Mar.

13

Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

23

20% Jan.

Mar.

25%
13%
23%
78%
8%

41

5

14
12

22

23

12

Jan.

190

109

70% Mar.
5% Mar.

Feb.

2
3% Feb.
77% Feb. 27

Feb.

8"

Mar. 23

Mar.

Mar.

2
2
2

30

2% Feb.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

18% Mar.
25% Mar.
10% Mar.
20

EX
78

62%
16%
51%
4%

Jan.

10

102**
19**
25**
*12%
21**
73

Mar. 31

11%

Sale

17

Mar. 12

*1%

12**

17**

27

71% Jan.

17

13% Jan.
8% Jan.

Sale
21** Mar.'
Mar.
185** 185

Mar. 10
Feb.

73

22

Jan.
10% Jan.

2% Mar. 24
5% Mar. 24

Mar.

Mar. 27

P

Feb.

41

Mar.

98

26
27

21% Feb. 24
34% Feb. 16

Jan.

2% Mar. 31

4** Mar.
1% Mar.
3** Mar.

92

8

Feb.

15

17

Mar. 2
Mar. 10
104% Mar. 13

Mar.

27
17

Mar. 28
Jan.

8

69

146

90

7
2

2
Jan.
18% Feb. 17
2 109% Mar. 19
Jan.
Feb. 27 104% Mar. 13
Mar. 19
Mar. 28
2
Mar. 18
% Jan.
5
Mar. 11
9
8 « Jan.
Jan. 12
1% Mar. 19

Mar.

116** Mar.
3% Mar.
5% Mar.
105** Mar.

30 104
20 90

15%
82%
101%
14%

7
76

32
1

5

73

47

Mar.

Mar.

4

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

% Mar.

Mar. 19

13

Mar. 18

2

Mar.

22

34

Jan.

Jan.

16

45** Mar.

26
Feb. 26

Mar. 28

8

62% Mar.

Sale

Feb.

Feb.
5
Mar. 19

55

61% Mar.

5

24

Feb. 25

12

49%
4%
11%
11%
85%

96

Feb.

Mar. 14

59% Feb.

Mar.
Mar.

55** Mar. 4
13** Mar. 30

31
Sale

109**
106** 111

Sale

21** Sale
185

fF
116**
3**
5**

Sale

Mar. 19

25% Jan.
64% Jan.

46
9

Sale

Feb.

60

Mar. 30

2

Jan.
Mar, 11
32
2
6% Jan.
22
Jan. 13

3% Mar.
77
Mar.

Mar. 31

3** Mar. 30

Sale
Sale
Sale

2** Mar. 31

Sale

*

•

14

Sale

Participating 6% Pref..25
93,800 Dome Mines Ltd...
*
48,700! Dominion Stores...

30,500;

73

Mar. 28

9

91** Sale

Sale

96
42

Mar. 10
Mar. 5

3%

«

117

Sale

78

Sale

Sale

114
Sale

Cushmans Sons 7% pref..l00
8% preferred
*
Cutler-Hammer Mfg
..*

Mar. 24

Sale

102
103** 104
4**
4**
4**
2
1 **
1**
3**
4**
21
24
30

*

Class A

37% Mar.

sgg
m

*

Curtiss-Wright Corp

Sale

Mar. 31

Mar. 28 18% Mar.
Mar. 2 109% Mar.
Mar. 2 104% Mar.
Mar. 28 15% Mar.
1
Mar.
6
1% Mar.
5
Mar. 11
7% Mar.
1% Mar. 19
2% Mar.
17
Mar. 31
29
Mar.

60

8

108% Mar. 11 108% Mar. 11
102

Mar. 30
Sale
8
Sale
7** Mar. 27
Sale
79** Sale
77** Mar. 28
Sale
150
152** 147% Mar. 2 152
16*1 Sale
11** Sale
10** Mar. 30 16%
31
32
Sale
30**
30** Mar. 4 34%
17
Sale
16**
16
15**
Mar. 23
17%
Sale
m Sale
5% Mar. 30
7%
Sale
33
36
33% Mar. 30 37%
34
31** Sale
31** Mar. 25 33%
90
47
90
4?*
5J* Sale
4** Mar.
5%
Sale
57
48
49** Sale
Mar.
59%

Sale

Cudahy Packing
50
Curtiss Publishing Co......*
Preferred
_.._...*

Sale

3
19

Feb. 24

16**
101** Sale
96**
102** Sale
101**
14**
14%
14**
Sale

Feb.

23%
35%
23%
24%
85%

70
65

8

Mar. 30

Feb.

100% Mar. 16

2i

69

75
Sale

Mar. 18

Feb. 26

Mar. 16
Mar.

78

Sale

4

Feb. 24
Mar. 16

Mar. 10

77

8

Mar.

Feb. 24
115
109% Mar. 18

36

Sale

28102
2170
52%
50%
104%

10% Jan.

IF

79**

14
12

28
8

Feb. 11
22% Mar. 25
34% Mar. 17

32%

71 % Jan.

70
66
60
13**
17**
100
101**

Jan.

4-

IVA
33

33
75
65**
61**

Mar. 27

2

Mar. 28

34

27

25

IVA

88% Mar. 26
7% Mar. 10
20% Mar. 20

Mar. 26 104

10

Feb.

Jan.

Mar. 26 110
Mar. 26
107** Mar. 2 109% Mar. 18
40
Mar.
3
45% Mar. 19

Mar. 4 93%
Mar. 30 16%
Mar. 30 105%
12
Mar. 31
Mar. 2 100%
Mar. 30 23
Mar. 13 35%
Mar. 24 23%
Mar. 6 24%
Mar. 11
85**

8$

74

73
Sale

a

110

93**
10**
82
9**
96**
19**
34**
21**
23J*
83**

Feb.

25% Mar. 9
Feb. 25

Mar. 17

9% Mar.
30

Feb. 26
Feb. 26
9

12% Mar. 30

Feb. 25

71**

Sale

100

Crown Co-*. & Seal.
Prefer,




M

1

Cream of Wheat

No par value.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

21

102
86

87**

6

Sale

.....

30**
99**
158**
51**
47**
102**

6

Mar. 19

103

2** Sale

Sale

Inc
Dunhilllnt

Mar.

4

Mar. 19
28** Mar. 31 34
108** Mar. 11 108% Mar. 11

Sale

*

271,500' Drug.

87** Mar. 27

31

28** Sale
32** Sale
101** 109** 101% 106

Sale

*

Shares

Diamond Match

23**
Sale

Sale

Continental

1st Preferred

?F

Sale

Continental Oil

De ben ham Securities

Sale
19** Sale
35
34**
23**
22**

Sale

*

Preferred

Sale

Sale

Sale

Continental Diamond Fibre *
Continental Insurance....10
Continental Motors
*

Crucible Steel of Amer

85**

110
Sale

7

Continental Bak cl A.

Crosley Radio..

25

84

l\X

Sale

2% Sale
17** Sale
2** Sale
65**
68

Container Corp class A....
Class B

Crex Carpet

23

108**
40**
94**

Sale

"~~%

...

Coty,Inc

Sale

21**
23**

9

22**

102**

...

Consol Laundries Corp....
Consolidated Textile

Preferred

4

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Feb. 24
Mar. 23

Jan.

W*
38

Jan.

15%
35%
>%
r%
77%
l9%
149%
2%
19%

Mar. 24

23

10% Mar.
25% Jan.
26

9
21

Feb. 26

IF

Mar.

71**

pref...]

Preferred

35

Sale

3%

....

_

10AP
tlH

Mar.

20** Mar.

20

i 29
99**

Sale

*

.....

Preferred B

37

21

103

10

105
22
25

5,600

m

114** 115
107**
42** Sale
92**
13** Sale

Common

9

"3** Mar.'

115
Sale
Sale

....

25** Mar.

Mar. 14
82** Mar. 2

100

Preferred

Columbia G & EI Preferred 100

2

36

Sale

9**

Mar.

Mar. 27

135

101

74

£

20** Mar. 30

Sale

20 De Beers Consolidated Mines

4,300
2,600
2,100

10** Mar.
27** Mar. 31

Sale

*

Colorado Fuel & Iron

73,300 Davison Chem
1,100
16,100
7,700
11,100

Sale

100

Colonial Beacon Oil Co.

20 Crown Wil P 1st pf
10,900 Crown Zellerbach

33,900
3,340
11,700
28,200
25,900
1,600
31,000
17,900
25,725
10,150
760,027
109,000
1,040
750
42,500

20

Feb.

7
23% Feb.
54% Feb. 24

9% Feb.
23% Jan.

75
Sale

*

331,500
51,900
54,538
91,800
390,100
296,015
176,600
1,590
160,000
23,500
2,000
18,200
15,800
4,300

3
2

Mar.

Jan.

1

Jan.

23

x22% Sale
36** Sale
83** Sale
101

2

Mar. 21
Mar. 21

70

Mar.

32** Mar.

Mar.

Feb. 25
2

16

Jan.

40

2

11

20

Ifi

Feb. 27
Mar. 7

26

Jan.

10** Mar. 30
24** Mar. 25

Sale

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co.
Preferred.

35

Mar.

Mar. 21

4

22% Jan.
19% Mar.
2% Jan.

22**
12**
27**

35
Sale

104 %
Sale

Sale

Collins & Aikman

13** Sale

IP
31*

102
Sale
165
51** Sale
Sale
48

Sale

„*

Class A._

23,200 Consolidated Cigar........

6,400

10

27**

Congoleum-Nalrn Inc
Congress Cigar
10 Conn Railway & Lighting )

13,500

32,900
14,800
889,900
11,900
5,800
79,600
22,900
13,600
64,700
31,200
16,500

Sale
150
Sale

98,104 Comm Inv Trust

50
400

210

35**

'

200

630

35
Sale

*

Preferred
138,740 Coca Cola

10,500
3,400
5,900
2,100
33,200

610
200
720

11

Sale

100

430

60

1,527,800
172,100
558,806
17,300
22,000
3,600

22

..._*

430
Class A
1,200,Clark Equipment
4,700iCluett, Peabody & Co

1,600

482,900
5,800

Sale

...

90
500

""'605

Sale

...

14

26

52% Feb. 17

22% Feb.
2% Jan.

Sale

27

......100

Feb.

14% Mar.

23**
57

Mar. 24

116

Feb.
Feb.

Sale

9

Feb. 24

16

Feb.

Sale

5

16

25

26% Jan.
2% Jan.

33

5** Sale
67
70

Feb.

36% Feb. 25
131% Feb. 24

81% Jan.

23
11

53

16% Mar. 25
40% Feb. 27

Jan.

Ill

Sale Prices.

hp

Jan.

8

16** Mar. 25
39** Mar. 2

23

152,780 Chicago Pneum Tool
11,400
Preferred
1,150 Chicago Yellow Cab.
10,800 Chtckasha Cotton Oil
,10
62,100 Childs Co
*
2,350 Chile Copper
25
1,449,050 Chrysler Corporation
*
15,900 City Ice 0c Fuel........
*
6,590;
Preferred
..........100

"8",§65

1.

1% Feb. 27
Mar. 17

% dan.

30

100

Pref ctfa stamped

48J* Mar.

I

46,300
4,300

JAN.

Highest.

Sale Prices.
41
Mar. 28

21** Mar.
13** Mar.

105** Sale

Caterpillar Tractor
*
Cavanagh-Dobbs, Inc....._*

Lowest.

Prices.

35

33

119% Sale

2,339
7% preferred
277,950 Checker Cab
101,900 Chesapeake Corp.

64,400
26,100

SINCE

11% Jan.
29% Jan.
17% Jan.
9% Jan.

.....100

Preferred
.....100
110,700 Cerro de Pasco Copp
*
40,200 Certain-Teod Prod
»

800

Mar. 28

9

10*

480

16,600
22,100

Mar. 28

41** Sale
25
20
1
Vs

Campbell W 8c C Foundry...*

.....

11,200
4,100

Sale

25
Sale

12,200 Celanece Corp of America
»
20,600 Celotez Co
»
48,800
Voting trust certificates..*
Preferred
1,290
...100
26,100 Central Agulrre Associates.*
18,100 Century Ribbon Mills
*

5,500
8,300
36,700

Highest.

Sale Prices.

20
1 **
41

25
Callahan Zinc-Lead
10
29,100 Calumet flcArizonaMln ....26
57,000 Calumet & Hecla
26

"""14*366

45,000
185,600
11,300
23,150
5,700
2,877,500
3,160
476,000
1,600

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

475* Sale

Corp.

Califnl a Porotroleum

~3", 800

RANGE

Jan. 2

Shares
■

IN MARCH.

Price

R. Y. STOCK BZCBANQE

Since
Jan. 1.

02% Feb.
14% Jan.
24% Jan.

8%
14%
61%
5%

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Feb. 24
8% Jan. 14

lix

22

14 195

3

2
2

22

Jan.

28

Jan.

5

Feb. 11

19% Feb. 18

11!109
15
7
2

Jan

23

Mar. 10
Mar.
6

26

Feb. 24

13% Mar. 31
23% Mar. 27

78% Mar. 20
8% Mar. 19

35

H. T. STOCK EXCHANGE-STOCKS
AGGREGATE SALES.

PRICES

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares.

Shares.

Par.

100

70

1,700
180

1931.

1,000 Da plan Silk........
100

50

670

71,400
270,800
3,300
1,800
2,600

490,400
230

8,300
843,400
4,200
14,000

March 2.

March 31.

Ask.

Lowest.

Ask.

14%

Mar.

m

103

JAN.

1.

26
8

26
Sale

11

Preferred............. .100

231,800 Eaton Axle & Spring.....
823,800 E t duP de Nem Ac Co....
8,900
6% cumul preferred...
16,900 Eitlngon Schlld.........
9,700
Preferred 4%%—
1,062,100 Electric Auto-Lite........

Sale

129

Sale

Sale

132
Sale

Sale

Mar.
Mar.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

i8*

at*

Sale

8%

6
4

Mar. 30
Mar. 2
Mar.

a8,*

4

106

110
Sale

109

109

Mar. 14
Mar. 28

40

23,900 Electric Boat
2,687,050 Elec Power & Light
Preferred certificates.
12,200
Preferred (6).
31,900

Sale

Sale
Sale

Mar.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

99

100

Sale

107%

85

87

Sale

...

..

......

35%

64%

Sale

Mar. 30

3%

Mar. 30
Mar.
6
Mar.

120

12,400
100
30

1,200
300
210

120
Pref ctfs 80% paid.....
38,900 Elec Storage Battery.....
400 Elk Horn Coal Corp......
440
Preferred
3,100 Emerson-Brant cl A
Class B
1,000

115

51""

3

*4

....

320 Emporium Cap we 11 Corp

2,200
4,000
2,000
19,300
30,900
14,800
6,820

170

600
440

6,300
190

1,500
450

3,600
600

Sale
1%
2

2

5%
2%
1%

9

50

7,800 Engineers Pub Service.....
Preferred

Eureka Vacuum Clean

*

10

Exchange Buffet Corp......*
Preferred.......—..

—

19

Jan.

19

Jan.

25

Jan.

105

2

11% Feb. 17

Jan.

5

69

Feb.

Jan.

15

74%

Mar. 10

5

Jan.

2)

Feb.

9

Jan.

2

Jan.

Jan.

Mar,

20
19

.....100

18,800;Federal Department Stores
5,000;Fedoral Light & Traction..15

4

3
Mar. 12
Mar. 10

Mar. 12
Mar. 13

106
3

Mar.
Mar.

11% Mar.
29% Mar.
103

Mar.

4

6% Mar.

Mar.

4

25

Mar,

Mar. 25

22% Mar. 19

Mar. 19

Jan.

8

Jan.

41

Jan.
Feb.

30

Feb.

5

49

Mar. 12

Jan.

2

87

Jan.

93

Mar. 28

9

Jan.

4% Jan.

100%
3%
15%
15%
87
75

Jan.
6
Mar. 27

94

Feb. 20
Mar. 9

39,600 Federal Water Service A
..*
22,513 Fidelity Phenx Fire Ins
10
1,460 Fifth Avenue Bus..........*

25% Mar.
48% Mar.

22

580

"""260

200 Fllene't Sons..............*
3,200
Preferred..............100

4,000
3,900
22,600

12,400 Firestone Tire 8c Rubber—10
29,840
Preferred.
100
94,800 First National Stores
*

58,200
2,680

137,900 Fisk Rubber
*
6,850
First preferred
100
795
First preferred conv
100
11,500 Florsheim Shoe class A
1,140
Preferred 6%
i—100
7,100 Follansbee Bros
.........*
680,100 Foster-Wheeler...

80

440

1,400
1,510
36,600
16,900
200

48,200
131,300
30

5,600
3,200
2,150
2,300
8,500
100

813,000
21,100
151,700
129,700
220
110

10,500
200

17.800
3,200

326,800
14.200

17,600
3,200
20,100
260

84,400
302,300
500

115

100

.

1,600
34,400
500

21,200
20,400
*

No par

99

Sale

16

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sal*

Sale

100
*

70

67%
5%

65

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

1

6% Mar.

89

87

Mar.

114

Sale

100

Sale

Sale

*

—

24%
Sale

Gen Cigar Inc..——.—*

100

Preferred (7)

Feb.

21

27

22

Feb.

25

96

Mar. 31

Jan.

Mar. 18

19% Feb. 25
Jan.

8

Mar.

2

3

Jan.

% Jan.

2

Mar. 14

116

2

*

5

% Feb. 24

Jan.

2

3

Jan.

2

5

3%
35%
102%
19%
64%

26% Mar. 14
97

Jan.

6

12

Feb.

9

41% Jan.

2

Feb.

7

Mar. 3
Jan.
3
Mar. 18
Feb. 25
Feb. 24

19% Sale
| 41% Sale
H4% 116

Mar.
Mar.

Feb.

HP*
60

Feb.

5
25

Feb.

26

Feb.

12

Mar. 19
Mar. 12
131 88
6
71% Mar. 2
3H 47
Mar. 26
5 114
Mar. 14
13
9
Mar. 2

4% Jan.

15

7%

,

Mar.

92

Mar.

76% Mar.
35% Mar.

Sale

Sale

27%

23

70
15

SO, 160 Genetal Public Service—.
*

640| Preferred
—109
220,700 Gen Realty 8e Utilities Corp.*
—_.*

7214
104%

4*

*

40

*

70

529,018 Gen Theatres Eq ctfdep new *
954,077 Gillette Safety Razor
100
40,600
Convertible preferred..—*
84,800.Glmbel Brothers..
6,300:
7% preferred.......
100
114,500 Gltdden Co.—
*
1,930! 7% prior preferred
108
221,300 Gobel (Adolf)
»
749,900 Gold Dust certificates

*

Gold & Stock Telegraph. .100

*

100
.♦
*

24,600)Gotham Silk Hosiery..
*
555) Preferred....
.... ...100
.108

*

2,100'

2^
62
4%
38 %

8%
63 %
4%
31%
102%
110%
15%
62%
45%
82

88

73

Sale

Sale

69
Sale

65% Mar.
45% Mar.

89%

60

4%
3%

88

90
92

2

76% Mar. 20

Feb.

11
2

Feb.

Mar. 21

35% Jan.

2

48

Mar. 21

95

73% Mar.
109% Mar.

114

Mar.

5

Jan.

2

7% Jan.
21% Jan.

5

Mar. 19

19

Feb.

Mar. 11

67

84% Mar.

Sale

3

Jan.

Mar.

22% Mar.

Sale

14

Jan.

99

Mar.

6

Jan.

54

§5%
50

18%

Sale

72
75

Mar.

27

19

Mar.

Sale

55% Mar. 19
8% Feb. 21

12

oyxt
69%

115

2

'

31

71%

Sale

12% Jan.

2

Jan.

s

Jan.

Mar.

Sale

3

Jan.

4

Jan.

23

Sale

Jan.

47*

96

24

Sale

18

54% Feb. 26

31% Jan.

27
31
72

Sale

11

19

10

44

22% Mar.

Sale

Jan.

41*

3

15 116% Feb.

6
Mar. 21

24%

Sale

Jan.

Mar.

103% Mar.
9% Mar.

Mar.

Sale

20;

34

48

Mar.

' Sale

Mar.

Mar.

9% Mar.
74% Mar.
56% Mar.

21

6

Mar. 21

26

Mar. 21

IP

Feb.

25

28

Jan.

28

2

31

Mar. 19

Feb.

4

76

Jan.

9

6

14% Jan.

16

23

Fob.

26

2

68

15

84% Mar.

2
5

Jan.

2

7| 104%

2 114

6

2

Jan.
5% Jan.

10!

54

Jan.

2

2

40

Jan.

2

9

6%
21%
62%
4%

Jan.
Jan.

38

Jan.

Mar.

2
7

9% Mar.
6
74% Mar. 10
57% Feb. 26

Sale
Sale

Sale

88
Sale

11

Sale

Sale

28% Mar,

4

33% Mar. 17

65

Sale

Sale

69

Mar,

2

75

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

7
5% Mar,
38% Mar, 12
11% Mar 31

73
Sale

72
Sale

Sale

65
7

Mar
Mar

30

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

36% Mar

4

107%

111

115

120
Sale

120

120

Sale

Sale

Sale

66

Sale

16% Mar.
57% Mar.

Sale

Sale

Sale

40

Mar.

Mar. 20

Sale

90

Sale

86% Mar.

81

Sale

Sale

Mar. 10
Mar. 19

Sale

63

Mar. 26
Mar. 19

50

Jan.

61% Mar. 26

52

Jan.

65

4%
aW
50% Sale

4

100

Sale

8

12
24

50

41% Mar.
99% Mar.

Sale

Mar. 77
2
Mar.

7

99

35% Mar.
45% Mar.

Sale

24

25% Feb.
48% Feb.

90

Sale

16

Feb.

5

69

Sale

Feb.

Jan.

107% Jan.

85

Sale

Mar. 26
Mar. 14

Mar. 19

Sale

7% Sale
21% Sale

6

Mar. 3
Mar. 10

102

95

Jan.

6% Feb.

Mar. 12

73% Feb. 26

47
2 114

13*

Sale

97%
Sale

98

2

65

Sale

96%
35%

88

2

2

53% Mar. 21
12% Mar. 6
55% Mar. 19
8% Mar. 17
85

21

3

2

Sale

Mar.

Jan.

57% Jan.
24% Jan.

Jan.

2

Mar.

74

•

80

2% Mar. 23
7% Mar. 19

40% Feb.
15% Jan.

Mar.

Sale

Mar.

6% Mar.

98

27

65

11% Mar.

35%

Mar. 23

82% Feb.

5

52

Sale

43%

5

Jan.

5

Mar.

Sale

Jan.

2

75

6

Sale

36%

7

75

28% Jan.

Jan.

Sale

Sale

Mar. 10

17% Mar. 2
32% Feb. 24
38% Feb. 17

Feb.

9
11%
Mar. 9 55
Mar. 14 24
Mar. 30 45%
Mar. 16 116

Sale

2

Jan.

Sale

80

67

3

Sale

48

2

6

5

Sale

Sale

5

4% Jan.
22% Jan.
25% Jan.

59x4 Mar. 2
2% Mar. 23

9% Mar.
47%
18%
40%
113%

4

90

..........

ex-warrants

It*

Mar.

Sale

54%

.......

...

74

43x4 Mar. 23

Sale

63

.

Gen Motors Corp,.

161,300 Goodrich (B F)__
5,3001
7% preferred.........
408,000.Goodyear T 8c R—11,1001 1st preferred

Sale

2

Sale

4%

-

8,700)
Preferred
156,900 General Refractories

_

Mar.

Mar. 25
Mar. 13

Sale
Sale

..

87,000 General Ry Signal

Sale
_

109% Mar.
7% Mar.

2

49

.....

-

Sale

8%

Mar.

Mar.

44%
11%

51,900
Preferred (5)...
11,500 Gen Outdoor Advertising.
3,200
A
2,950 General Printing Ink




24

9

&

30

2

55

38

Mar.

Sale

114

*
General Cable.........——*

value.

31

16

63

31

Mar.

Sale

104

General Bronx®

Certificate#
88,700 Granby Cons M S 8c P
85,300 Grand Sliver Stores

Jan.

56% Feb.

Jan.

6

17

Mar.

30

12,100 Gould Coupler "A"
85,800 Graham-Paige Motors

24

2

Mar. 11
102% Mar. 18
18% Mar. 2
63% Mar. 21

4% Mar.
51

66% Mar.

Preferred

Feb.

56% Feb.

31

Mar.

Sale

...

1801

67

Sale

Preferred

20

7% Feb. 24

41

% Mar.

35% Mar.
82% Mar.

Sale

Preferred

Feb.

26
18

2
2

16

Mar.
Mar.

3

Mar.

Sale

Preferred A (8)_.

94

Feb.

85% Feb. 10

Mar.

3% Mar.

Mar.

15

85

Sale

—.100

Preferred A (7)..

2,600)

74%

85

....

450

Feb.

55

11% Mar.
27% Mar.
30% Mar.

101

General Asphalt.. .......100
General Baking pref........*

490

Mar. 25

80

62% Mar.

51% Mar.

36

Gen Amer Tank Car.....—.*

Preferred 7%
Class A

92

46% Jan.
6% Jan.

Mar.

96
18

% Mar.
2% Mar.
2% Mar.
26% Mar.

3%

*

Franklin Simon pref

26,700
Conv preferred A..
2,200 General Italian Edison
39,700 General Mills.
8,200
Preferred...

.

41,500
1,600
115,500
3,200
4,700

Sale

*

Gen Steel Castings pref

84*,700

Sale

Sale

Sale

........

978

190

Sale
Sale

9

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

33
Sale

2,868,450 General Electric...
58,300
Special
..........
459,700 General Foods
358,300 Gen Gas A Elec Cl A.....

140

28,300

52

54,900 Gen American Investors....*

3,962,O0O

134,000
2,400
41,300

60

480
2d preferred...
....._*
9,100 Gabriel Co (The) Class A.. ~
5,670 Gamewell Co (The)
*
53,300 Gardner Motor....

1,762,200
20,700
3,600
1,200
2,220
29,100

93
16

Mar.

*

412,100 Freeport Texas Co
330 Fuller Co prior pref

Preferred

IP

*

—

23,900 Foundation Co
82,650 Fourth Nat'l Investors
1.354,700 Fox Film'*A"..

1,500
204,623
231,000
1,950
32,700
9,800
6,960
13,100
27,800
1,380

22

16

8

...

640

Feb.

2

Mar. 25
Mar. 27

Jan.

160

12

Mar. 17

5

A"

6

245,300

Mar. 13

35% Jan.

2
Mar. 26 109% Feb.
Feb. 24
Jan. 21
Mar. 25
2
Jan.
Feb. 27
5
Jan.

10

25,700
515,700

27

Mar. 12

Jan. 19 x91
Feb. 27
98

30

6% Mar.

"6", 300

10

Feb.

Jan.

----—100

Preferred.

31
7

81
85

14% Mar.
28% Mar.
54% Mar.

290

10

38

Mar.

1,300
215,800

Mar. 26

103% Mar. 20 113

Mar.

2,500

Feb.

10

6
11

100

26
11

2% Mar. 25

6,100 Federal Motor Truck.......*
11,500 Federal Screw Works....
.*

...

Feb.

a*

5

75

Preferred

66^

Jan.

92

100

9

Mar. 24

Mar.

900

17
7

Mar.

2

Mar.

4,700
8,800
6,100

Jan.

3 117

89

..........

Mining & Smelt..100

Mar. 19
Mar. 17

Jan.

75

Preferred...

108%

Mar.

41

48% Mar.

7

5
3% Jan.
60% Feb. 26

3

4

41% Mar.

18

Jan.

24
Jan.
7
25
Jan. 31
2, 20
Jan.
9
20
21% Jan. 31 23
Jan. 28 106% Feb. 26
in 105
Mar. 20
3
1
Jan.
3
20
4% Feb. 25 11% Mar. 20
20,
Mar.
6
22
Jan. 31
6

Mar. 19

21% Mar.
22% Mar.

Mar.

22% Mar.
100% Mar.
5% Mar.

*

6

110

17 104

Jan.

8

1 % Mar.

*

2

Mar. 17
15 107
9 123% Mar. 25

6% Jan. 26

98

5% Mar.

...100

7% preferred...

141

12
10

Jan.:

4

31% Mar.
12% Mar. 17

21% Mar.

*
100

9,613 Fashion Park Assn...

9101

8 134% Mar. 24
2
21% Mar. 19

Mar. 24

49

Mar.

200 Federal

Jan.

39% Mar.
106% Mar.

Mar,

6
20

100

24

7

Mar. 26

x91

Evans Auto Loading Co.....5

370

Mar.

19 185% Feb. 24

1

Mar.
Mar

Preferred

13%

Jan.

25

10

87

93

12,100(Falrbank9 Morse

1,750|

23

Jan.

2

4% Mar. 24
2% Mar. 25

Mar. 12
Mar. 4

30

1,200 Fairbanks Co.............25
750,
Preferred .......—-—100
430i

Mar. 20

2

Mar. 7
66
Mar. 19
1 % Mar. 24

89% Mar.

»

5,600 Fair (The) Co
390

4

3 117

Mar. 3
Mar. 24
Mar. 24

Mar.

86

»

Preferred (5%%)......
86 cum preferred
Equitable Office Bldg

Mar.

Mar.
35% Mar.
103% Mar.
44% Mar.

100

Preferred..

61%
1%
4%
1%
%
9

*

15,200 Endleott-Johnson

18,800
5,300
1,250
2,800

63 %

.

.

1,200
1,300
1,400
3,500

26

Mar. 14
Jan.
9

Jan.

........

4,200

Feb.

5 105

100

Preferred 70% paid

2,600
1,700
3,700

9

4 103

Jan.

Mar.

1

10

Feb.

Feb.

Mar. 25
Mar. 19
Mar. 19
Mar. 17

3

51

Feb.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 30

87
120

Preferred..............

Mar.

Mar. 23

Sale

6%

Sale Prices.

Prices

Mar. 7
Mar. 14

6

Sale

23

Highest.

Prices.

Mar,
7
Mar. 19
Mar. 20

Sale

Lowest.

Highest.

.

Prices.

147

Eastman Kodak.........

460

14%

14

101% 104:14

550 Durham Hos Mills pref..
12,900 Eastern Rolling Mill.....

336,205

Ask.

Bid.
99

Preferred.............

4,100 Duquesne Light 1st pref.

2,300
99,800

:

SINCE

Jan. 2

March.

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Price

Since
Jan. 1.

In

65

4%
Sale

4H

43%

61
Sale

"5%

Sale

Sale

4%

4%

111

Mar, 13

Mar

8

Mar.

57

Mar.

56% Mar.
4% Mar.
4% Mar.
4

Mar.

2

14

Mar.

Mar. 18
7% Mar. 21
46% Mar. 2
14
Mar.
2

68% Mar. 10
9% Mar. 9
42% Mar. 20

6 115

Mar. 26
Mar. 11
Mar. 4

Mar.
5
Mar. 27
Mar.
3

15%

Sale

Sale

Sale

17% Mar.

Mar.

20

Sale

Sale

Sale

21% Mar.

Mar. 24

2

15% Feb.

Feb.

18

Feb.

24

78

Jan.

15

9
9% Mar.
42% Mar. 20

Jan.

31% Jan.
104

24

Mar. 18

16% Feb. 18

8% Jan.
64% Feb.
4

18

Feb.

n*
48*

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

115

Mar. 26

15% Jan.

20% Feb. 21

57% Mar.
38% Jan.

68

91

10

Feb.

25

10% Feb.

4% Jan.

24

Mar. 19
6
6% Feb.
5% Feb.* 9

4% Jan.
3% Jan.

3% Feb.
15% Jan.
19% Jan.

Feb.

52% Feb. 21

Jan.

16

3

9
4% Feb
22% Feb. 24
25% Mar. 24

3G

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-STOCKS

AG GREGATE SALES.

March.
Shares.

100

,

!

52,800
6,700
6,800
31,800
25,700
17,100
660
10

188,700
1,100

1931.

Par.
Shares.
200 Grand (F & W) Stores pf.100
116,300 Grand Union
*

Sale

Sale

19"

Sale

7,

90

Preferred ..............100

Gulf States Steel.........100

10,700

18,300

50

*"1,550
5,100
30

I,400
15,400
230

47,300
300

10

18*

Hall

10
*

37 *

!«

39

10

58*

210

41,700
14,100
3,200
26,700
70,400
5,400
209,200
7,500
338,300
280,000
74,000
323,600
443,800

24,900

93,700
127,000

*

*

Hollander (A) A Son........*

..100

Houdaille-Herahey dB
Household Finance pref

*
50
100

Houston Oil of Texas

Voting trust certlflcates_25
Howe Sound

*

....

Hudson Motor Car

*

Hupp Motor Car Corp

1G

15*

116* Sale
Sale

93* Sale
5

Sale
Sale

6*
39* Sale
6* Sale
99* Sale
135

15

28,000
8,900

94

Sale

58

._.*

40

109* 115

3* Sale
88
80*
133* 140

88

Sale

Sale
Sale

92
42

Sale

14

_*

4*

10

13

1.

6

27* Sale
5* Sale
77*
81
4 * Sale

140
Sale

53* 55
118* Sale
94

Sale

28*
26*
7*
53*

63

17

38

92

37*

91

92*

117
9

4* Sale
35
38*
6

38

Sale

93

16*

95

7* Sale

62* Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

62

8

Sale

Sale

12* Sale
28* Sale
22*
12*

Sale
Sale

Mar.

8

Mar.

15

Mar.

50
117

Mar.

m

18

4

Ma?. 24,

50

7* Sale
65

52* Sale
11* Sale
a:24 * Sale
20* Sale

Mar.

104
65

11

Mar.

Mar. 31

81

9* Mar. 10

6

Jan.

4* Jan.

Mar. 17,

58

Jan.

5
6

19
16

30
9
24
8

6
18
24

Mar. 24

Mar. 13

2 119* Mar. 10

19 103* Mar. 27
2 104
Mar. 27
7
Mar.
3
3

37

Feb.

27

Mar.
7
19
6 104
Mar. 31
2
9* Mar. 10
2

Mar. 17

Jan.

19

35* Jan.
8* Jan.

2

Jan.

13

18* Feb.
7* Jan.

2
63* Mar
14* Mar. 25

Mar
2
24* Mar. 31 i 29
24* Mar 20
20* Mar. 30
2
9* Mar. 30, 12* Mar

Sale

9* Mar. 26
63* Mar. 30

15 135
15
18

Mar. 27

7* Mar.
62* Mar.
48* Mar.

Sale

Mar.

4

27
8
8
6
10
8
9
24

21

14* Jan.

Mar. 13

85

6

Mar.

31

30* Mar. 26
29* Mar. 24

119* Mar. 10, 116* Jan.
87
Jan.
103* Mar. 27i
Mar. 27j
104
93
Jan.
3
8* Mar.
5* Jan.
2,
26
Jan.
36* Mar.
Mar. 27 i
19
5* Jan.

98* Mar.

34*

80

25
25

21
13
2
3

Jan.

58

Mar.

Sale

17* Sale

62

Jan.

33* Mar.
9* Mar.

118

8
34

99* Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

90

50*

2
30

19
24

37*
102*
89 *
36*

134

18

50

101

Sale

Mar.
Mar.

40

Mar.

27

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

15* Mar.
19* Mar.
8
Feb.
41
Jan.
Jan.
16 103
Feb.
3
8
Feb.
94
Jan.
2
Mar. 28 44* Feb.
Mar.
9 117
30, 109* Feb.
4
2!
9
Feb.
10* Feb.
2
2,
3* Jan.
7* 'Feb.
17
38
Mar. 20 42* Jan.
2
6
Mar.
8
3H Jan.
2
Feb.
82* Jan. 17 100

Mar.

94

50

140

86

61

Jan.
2* Jan.
* Jan.
10
Jan.
18* Jan.
65
Mar.
27* Jan.
26* Mar.
6* Jan.

85*
18*
44*
29*
36*
22*
11*
96*
74*
6*
1*
12*
37*

5

19* Mar.

Mar. 26

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

45

26
24
26
30

39

5* Mar.

99

135

101* Sale

35*
8%
23*
23*

Mar.
Mar.
Mar
Mar.

36* Mar. 28 42
Mar.
115
Mar. 3 117
10
Mar.
9* Mar. 26
7* Mar.
4* Mar. 30

Sale

25*
19*
7*
85*

4

30*
29*
9*
63*

Mar. 30
Mar. 13
Mar. 5
Mar. 5

Mar.

16
16
15

20

Mar. 24

80

103

98* Sale
8*
10
36* Sale
9* Sale
88

10

Sale Prices.

Jan.
Jan.

36

34* Mar. 20

30,

15* Mar.
38* Mar.

Sale

35*

Mar.

Highest.

Prices.

79* Feb.
10* Jan.

* Mar. 24

4

65

19
24
25
6
31
Mar. 27
Mar. 26

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

96

Mar. 24

25* Mar.

Sale

JK
62

102* 105* 100

52

......100

28* Sale

16

900

169,600
116,900

1

Sale

Mar.
2
74* Mar. 6
6* Mar. 10

Mar. 19

74* Mar. 6
4* Mar. 30
* Mar. 5

70

6

39

42

*

Mining

10

87

30»

*

Homestake

Sale

*

28

Motors

...

45*
4*

74*
Sale

6
6

8* Mar. 13

Sale

28*

Hercules Powder.........

Preferred

90

30

Hercules

Hoe (R) & Co class A

Sale

21

Sale

28

6,700

Holland Furnace...

6*
*
6*

11

65
30

3,300

900

Mar.
Mar.

Sale

2,100

7,000
59,300
2,500
113,400
3,300

Mar. 31

32

60

"3",300

Preferred

25

28

"16"

100

Hershey Chocolate

Sale

36* Sale
22* Sale

95

1

...

7% preferred

25

85*
18*
44*
28*
36*
22*
11*

85* Mar. 19
■15* Mar. 14
40* Mar. 11

85

78

Sale

10,200 Hartman Corp class A
*
92,200
Class B
*
480 Hawaiian Pineapple....
20
77,800 f'ayes Body
.—....—*
3,500 Helme (G W)
25
40

Sale

33* Sale

104
90
89*

.......100

Preferred

U*
Sale

103

Harbison Walker Ref

50

58

16

30 Hamilton Watch pref__..100
2,780 Hanna pref new...—.....
*

93,300

96

m 28*
Sale
4* 51

Stores...*

450 Hamilton Watch.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Highest.
Sale Price?

16*
43*

75

28

............100

Printing

Ask

85

1st preferred.......100
2,600 Hackensack Water
....25
570
Preferred A
...25
7%

Preferred

Sale

Sale

300

Hahn Department

RANOE SINCE JAN.

Lowest.

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

99*
16* Sale
41* Sale
27* Sale
32* Sale
21* Sale

45

530 Greene Cananea Copper.. 100
545,600 Grlgsby-Grunow Co
4,900 Guantanamo Sugar.....
*

125,100
6,910

40

26 *

-

58,500
2,200

75

Sale

29,400

290

Bid.

SJX
20

230

1,400

March 2.

Ask.

82*

Bid.

Preferred
*
15,200
20,800 Granite City Steel
*
82,800 Grant (W T)
*
64,100 Great Northern Ir ore prop.*
53,320 Great West Sug_„
2.260
Preferred
—100

v

;

Price
Jan. 2

N. T. STOCK 8XCBANGE

11,900

60

IN MARCH.

PEIXES

STOCKS

Since
Jan. 1.

In

4

26

2

13* Feb. 24

59

21

2

65

68* Feb. 24
14* Feb. 24
29* Feb. 24
Jan.

3

t

15,300
50

20,800

57,966
7,800

43,100

Indian

640

40

"4",200
14,100

7,200
6,400
3,900
27,200
6,600
1,200
9,300
16,500
54,600
39,600
4,500

3,700
43,700
41,400
13,700

177,500
1,600
540

1

3,000
2,000
9,900
9,482
2,400
770
43,300
4,000
4,100

Int Business Machines

2,237,600
3,800

Sale

*

Preferred
Preferred certificates
Internat

Harvester,—

7% preferred

Match pref

35

Merc Marine Ctfs.*

Preferred

7%

765,800

127,500
1,200

""260

"Tioo

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33
40

59* Sale
141* Sale
29* Sale
67* Sale
16* Sale

*19*

Sale

120

122

37* Sale

4

Sale

a'?*
Sale

38
37*
16
14*
56* Sale
39* Sale
47*
47*

nu

Sale
Sale

18* Sale
65*
62*

100

*

Sale

*

Sale

Johns-Manville

Sale

*

...

55* Sale
72* Sale

118

125

Jones & Laugh Steel pref.ICO
Jordan Motor Car
*

Sale

121*

Sale

1

Kansas City Lt 1st pf
Karstadt (Rudolph)

114

Preferred

100

Ser B

.

Sale

Kayser(J)& Co.....

Sale

•

Kaufman Dept Stores ..$12.50

15*

37

40*

*

Sale
Sale

.....

Kolster Radio.......

*

8% preferred

20 Kuppenheimer & Co.

i7% cum preferred

I

*

Sale

10

...

110

...100

Sale

*

40

100

45*
Sale

Sale

*

35*

5

..100

Sale

30

30

32*
50
50* Sale
140*
142* Sale
Sale
26
25*
66* Sale
65*
12* Sale
12*
,

18

Sale

37

8*
6

Sale

Sale

!§*

205

240

2

5

""

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

158

3!
6

2

Mar. 12
Mar. 3
Mar. 2|
Mar. 2'
Mar.
2I
Mar

Mar.
Mar.

212'
10!

Mar. 16
Mar. 16!

60* Mar
143* Mar

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

30

Mar

73* Mar, 20
16* Mar. 2

20* Mar.
123
42

Mar.

6,

Mar. 3F

4* Mar. 2
43* Mar. 27i

24

Jan.

3

Jan.

9

Feb.

27
24
25

14

Jan.

2

Feb.

21

9* Mar. 16
3* Jan. 17

Jan.

28

Feb.

24

2

44

4

2

13

Mar. 30

71

11* Feb.
9* Feb.
9* Feb. 24

M

Feb.

24

14 179* Feb.
o
12* Feb.

24

145* Jan.
9* Jan.
49* Jan.

16

62* Feb.

1* Jan.
24* Jan.

2

Feb.

10
2

21

Feb.

16

Feb.

9

Feb.

39*
4
30*
16
60*
2 143*

Mar.

24

2

Mar. 21

2

31

7

12* Mar. 31

73* Mar. 20
5
16* Jan.

2

20* Feb. 24

55

Jan.

13* Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

9 123

12
3

6*
4*
2*
26*

Jan.
Mar. 20
2
Jan.
2
Jan.

42

Feb.

26

Mar. 31
Mar. 26

10* Feb. 26
6

Jan.

26

4* Feb. 26
43* Mar. 27
16* Feb. 26

15

Mar. 10

11

Mar. 26

54

Jan.
Feb.

69

Mar. 26

35

Mar. 30

42

Feb.

9

47

Jan.

10

48 H Jan.

23

2

11

47*

48

47

Mar.

40* Mar. 6
48* Mar. 19

39

45

38

Mar.

51

Mar. 10

33* Jan.

6

Mar. 10

87

Sale

83

Mar.

3

Sale

31* Mar.

18* Jan.

2

Sale

17

Mar.

90* Mar. 28
38* Mar. 19
19* Mar. 4

73* Jan.

WA

Jan.

8

90* Mar. 28
38* Feb. 24
21* Feb. 20

Mar.

67

Mar. 10

67

67* Mar. 24

26

3
17* Mar.
9* Mar. 19
2
28* Mar.

57* Feb.
58
Jan.
16
Jan.

10

Mar.

Mar.

Jan.

2

67* Mar. 24
18* Feb. 24
9* Feb. 24

Mar.

5

52

Sale

70

Sale

51

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

105

55* Mar. 26
80* Mar. 19

Mar.

66* Mar.
122* Mar.

123*
122* Sale
1 * Sale

121

*
115
113*
5* Sale"
5*
20* Sale
19*
16
15*
15*

Mar. 13

125

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

123*
1*
114*
6*
24*
16*

Mar.

Mar. 21
9
Mar.
2
Mar.
Mar. 11
Mar. 19

Mar.

5

2

16

5
27
105

Jan.

39* Jan.
52* Jan.
118

Jan.

5

31
5 105

3
2

Mar. 10

Jan.

14

Jan.

5

57* Feb. 11
80* Mar. 19

3 125

Feb.

2 123* Mar.
119* Jan.
* Jan. 28
1* Feb.
113* Mar. 17 114* Jan.
Jan.
5* Jan. 15
2
16* Jan.
24* Mar.
6
Feb.
14* Jan.
18

20
21

21

29
5
19

16

39

~90""

IV*

100

94

Sale

94

Mar.

Mar.

15

Sale

Mar.

Sale

37

24* Sale
39
37*
15*
18*
45*
46*
*

26

J an.

12

45

Mar. 24

Mar. 21

9* Jan.

5

26

Mar. 31

21* Jan.
8* Jan.

2

Mar. 25

20

Jan.

6

29* Feb. 25
15* Mar. 19
57
Mar. 25

31*
39*
17*
55*

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

2

Mar.

2

2

* Mar.
26* Mar.
108* Mar.

2

7
5

1* Mar. 11
27* Mar. 10

s

Ill

Mar.

6

32*

33

32* Mar.

32* Mar. 14

46

54

52

55

Mar.

Mar.

2

27* Mar. 25
34* Mar. 14

40

115*

90* Jan. "24 101* Feb.
9
2
1* Jan.
3* Mar. 20

57

Mar.

16* Mar.
45* Mar.
* Mar.

Sale

Mar. 24

2
27* Mar.
15* Mar. 19

24* Mar.
37* Mar.

26* Sale

Mar."2

3* Mar. 20
45

,23* Mar.
12* Mar.

12* Sale
51

Mar.

2

36

25

Mar.

Mar. 12

35

22* Jan.
37* Mar.
16* Mar.
45* Mar.
* Mar.
* Mar.

2

31* Feb. 24
20
7

41

Jan.

9

20* Jan.

9

Jan.

21

31

2* Feb.

25

31

Feb.
Feb.

26
9

Feb.

27

19

25

Jan.

29

107

Jan.

9

4* Jan. 17
32* Mar. 14

70

#
4*

Jan.

2

Jan.

23

Jan.

28

20* Jan.

13

24
27* Mar. 25

18

Jan.

2

34* Mar. 14

25

Mar. 12

45

55

25

Feb.

Mar. 12

115* Mar. 28,115* Mar, 28

207

220

205
101

103

82

Sale

11*
4*

Sale

115* Mar. 28 115* Mar. 28

207

220

103

13*
4

11
9

Feb.

69

25* Mar.
28* Mar.

12*
3*

27

Jan.

Mar.

25

Sale
3* Sale

J3/°
86

Mar.

25

Sale

27

Feb.

Mar.

ft*

26* Sale
29* Sale

83 *

Feb.

4* Feb.

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

59*
7*
5*
6*

Mar. 311 114
Mar. 26
31

9* Mar.
6

2o|

4*
26

Jan. 15
4 182
Mar.
9 123
Jan.

2
48
Jan.
211 131
Jan.
10
21* Jan.

25

40

2
2* Jan.
Feb. 17
3* Mar. 20
3* Jan. 13

21

45

26* Sale
30* Sale

Sale

16*

.

20

Mar.

31HMar.

Sale

101

97*
78

8*
4*
12*
4*
*

35

4* Mar.
3* Mar.

42

110
110* 111
111
5*
8*
5*
8*

34
Sale

9

Mar.

8

8*

13* Sale
67* Sale
36

11

37* Mar.

120

47

3* Sale
41

Mar.

17* Mar.

Sale

123

1*
27

111

100

110 Laclede Gas (StL)5% pref 100
•
205,200 Lambert Co
*
4,000 Lane Bryant.............
13,900 Lee Rubber Ac Tire.........*

40

30* Sale
39* Sale
20
17*
68
55*

Sale

.......

4,000 Kress (S H) 8c Co
558,500 Krueger 8c Toll Co
571,450 Kroger Grocery & Bak




Sale

13* Sale

8% preferred.100

No par value.

3

69

161* Mar. 30 174
x9 * Mar.
11*
60*
51* Mar.
3*
2* Mar.

51* Sale
27
20

31I

Mar. 30

44
Sale

24

*

100

Mar.

164

27

Sale

.»

.......

300 Laclede Gas..

Sale

Sale

2* Sale
38*
40*

26

•

Copper...
Klmberley-Clark..

5

aV*
40 \

39

Sale

Mar.

8

8* Mar. 21
3* Mar. 2
9* Mar. 6

Sale

Kennecott

100

8* Mar. 30

3*

2* Sale
36*
40
16* Sale

Sale

Mar. 30!

Sale

Sale

*

1,250 Kendall Co pref A......

100

65

Sale

Sale"

100

Mar

30
83
Mar.
4 169* Mar.

8*
3*
10*

8

94

100

.

Mar .27

123

Sale

•

6% preferred.

40

Mar

100

.

Kresge (S S) Co
510
7% preferred

Sale

114* Sale
5*
6
22* Sale
16* Sale

40

Keith-Albee Orpheum
Preferred
.....100

Certificates

158

71
65*
8* Sale

o

1

Jewel Tea Inc..

Kinney (G R)

168* Sale

66
67
67*
Sale
66
58
67*
16
17* Sale
16* Sale
8* Sale
7*
V/s nVA
29
27
28* Sale
27*
105
105* 105
105* 105

1

_

4

60

*

Preferred

_

24

Mar.

Mar

10

5*

12|

21

67

162

9

4* Mar

3* Mar.
3* Mar. 30.

25
Sale

Sale

75

Sale

34

Preferred

3*

11* Sale
59* Sale
3* Sale

*

1,900 Kresge Dept Stores......

♦

Sale

100

Preferred 8%....
4,760
74,300 Kelsey-Hayes
538,700 Kelvinator Co

20

173

3* Sale
10

123

75

*

2,180

880,900
4,800
1,250
2,730
124,100
11,800
113,700

10*
8*
8*
3*
12*
4*
49*

Sale

Interstate Dept Stores

110,900 Kelly-Springfield Tire

"""36

200

Sale

15

100

preferred

70

Internat Tel & Tel

660

8,400

Sale

.._*

Ex warrants
1,460
2,700 Intertype Corp
36,900 Investors Equity
6,200 Island Creek Coal

2,080
31,500
550
9,900
297,100
3,400

50,200

22*
57

...100

International Silver

78* Sale

20

Sale
Sale

28,600 International Shoe

9,350

Sale

32

100

Preferred

960

130

261,100
231,950

48*

25
35

Internat Nickel of Canada..*

286,000 International Salt..

610

900

1* Sale

1,720 Internat Paper pref 7%__100
13,000 Internat Paper & Power cl A *
Class B
6,500
...»
Class C
*
53,410
Preferred...
—.100
27,132
7,400 Internat Printing Ink..
,*

8,700
348,700

120

48

149* Sale
51

Internat Combus Eng

113,400 Internat
58,100 Internat

31,900

1,010
70,200
7,700
21,000

Sale

Internat Cement

60

400

Sale

3*
42

132

40

530

13

*
100
136,600 Internat Hydro-Elec Sys A__*

20

251,100
1,900

Sale

Sale

210

59,000
1,330
2,240
15,000
199,400

Sale

2

10

830

1.000

7

20

106,440

280

1
7* octit)
Sale
6* Sale

*

357,400
11,100

Sale

Internat Carriers Ltd...__.*

23,000

3,201,498

II,100

*

Sale

123

22,000 Internat Agriculture
*
4,800
Prior preferred
.....100

490

10,000
2,400

167

64

35,305
55,800
115,900
124,900

4* Sale
21*
3*

55* Sale
178* Sale
123

8,800

700

2* Sale
20*
23
3* Sale
3* Sale

Preferred............—100

1,617,850
770

100

14,600 Inland Steel
*
58,000 Inspiration Cons Copper
20
24,500 Insuranshares Corp
22,150
Certificates
.__*
17,200 Intercontinental Rubber
*
42,200 Interlake Iron.....
*

400

125",:700

Motocycle.—*

Preferred

183,700 Indian Refining...
..10
24,700
Certificates of deposit—.—
160,300 Industrial Rayon Corp
29,100 Ingersoll-Rand
._.__*

205* Feb.

Mar.

4 207

Mar.

4

100

-_l

|

12*
1

80* Mar. 4
12* Mar. 12
3* Mar. 11

Jan.

87* Mar

19

77* Jan.

13

Mar

26

11

4* Mar

26

13 207
Mar.
4
23 100
Jan. 23
2
87* Mar. 19

Jan.

29

3* Jan.

7

17* Jan.
6
4* Mar. 26

37

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE-STOCKS
AGGREGATE SALES,
In

March.
Shares.

2,000
590

8,200
800

27,100
10,300
13,300
9,500
600

2,900
53,100
500

53,500
324,300
1,500
4,700
57,500

19",700
130

3,600
310,908
6,700

i7;666
63,000
400

1,800
27,680
120

1,530
1,000
42,700
221,300
22,500
2,600
22,200
210
700

43,700

37",200
4,600
9,400
5,100

1,526
140

1,200
3,000

Since
Jan. 1.

Shares.
14,500
1,000
42,600
2,700
124,000
50,000
37,800
68,400
1,100
15,000
160,500
4,400
104,400
1,026,950
2,800
8,700

Lehigh Portland Cement—50
Preferred..............100

Lehigh Valley Coal.........*
Preferred...—
50
....

Lehman Corn

(The)........*
*

Lehn & Fink—

Liggett & Myers Tob pref.100
Common
25
"B"
25
—

*

Link Belt Co

Liquid Carbonic.....
Loews

Incorporated
—*

Preferred...

Preferred ex-warrants.....

6,800 McCall Corp
32,390 McCrory Stores

400

*434

*

*

39",900
35,000
1,900
200

1,300
7,100
1,000
11,200
6,700
950,000
1,900
8,300
20,400
4,200
6,700

50

Preferred

Preferred

.....100

Explor

—

142,400
6,500
1,000
138,560
9,400
245,600
17,900
200

33,100
600

66,300
500

249,000
306,751
700

100

91,600
3,300
2,100
860
460

431,200

13,220
300
26.900

9,100
2,100
25,600
10,300
8,800
59,900
6,200
900

11,600
1,600

44,900
1,040
260

232,700
8,600
189,500
*

21

85

734

«8*
20
23
534

Sale
Sale
Sale

3034

Sale

12034 123
2934 Sale

AH

1634
67
25

Sale
Sale

68

iH

100
100

Sale
Sale

ft*

Sale

21

Sale

80

100

104

Sale

3834 Sale
434 Sale
43
11
16 34
""

*

1134

JAN.

1,

100

Lead...

National

Preferred A..

100

Preferred B__.........
Nat Power 5c Light.

Preferred...

*

National

Steel—..........*

National

Supply

50
100

Preferred

National Surety
National Tea Co..

50

Nevada Cons Cop

#
20

.*
......*

Newport Co class A
Newton

103
17
38

5% preferred
N Y Investors Inc

100

P

100

76

*

22

....*

New York Steam pref 0%...*

S^le
134
234
Sale
Sale
110

Sale

Mar. 30
3134 Mar. 30
Mar. 4

1734 Mar. 10
10034 Mar. 14
Mar. 21

AH

1934
67

Mar.

Mar. 11
Mar.

2

Mar. 17

Mar. 20
Mar.
2
Mar. 20

98

24

3
2

2834 Jan.

20
2

Mar. 19

83

Mar. 14

>

Mar.
Mar.

14
24

27
20

Feb. 26

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
33
Feb.
5554 Feb.
Feb.
91

20
7

24
11

24
16
Mar. 19
Feb.
7

4134 Jan.

2

&X
99

2

98

2

554 Mar. 16
Jan.

2

99

Mar. 19

98

Mar. 17

534 Mar. 16

254 Jan.
Feb.

9

54 34 "Mar .'25
Mar.
9
6 125
Mar.,31
7 101

4354 Jan.

2

4

3

4

Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.

Mar. 20

5534 Mar."'4
1534 Mar.

21

5434 Mar. 19

4534 Jan.
Jan.
86
Jan.
83

Mar. 13
9634 Mar. 18
96
Mar. 31

95

1854 Feb. 25
3
10154 Feb.
854 Jan. 14

6954
3454
28 1554
2 3454
14254

Jan.

Mar. 19

90

12034 Mar.

2
8

Mar.

89

434 Mar.

Jan.

1134 Jan.
2334 Jan.
13734 Jan.

3

32

Jan.

534 Mar.
Jan.
20
Jan.
54

8534 Mar. 30
3034 Mar. 6
4134 Mar. 25

4
3

2034 Mar. 19
434 Mar. 3

118

Jan.

9054 Jan.
1154 Jan.

354 Jan.

6

5454 Mar. 25
2 12654 Jan.
8
31 101
2 2054
2
454
4
55

Mar. 31

Mar. 19

Feb.
Jan.

10
15

50

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

2

3554 Feb. 26

2

19

Jan.

3

5254 Feb. 17

1534 Sale*

3034 Mar. 30
1534 Mar. 31

Mar. 19

27
11

39

45

40

Mar. 30

4434 Mar. 19

35

31

35

3434 Mar.
19

6

Mar. 19

34

Mar,

36

3254 Jan

31

36

4934 Sale

49

Mar.

5134 Mar. 21

34

Jan.

24

49

49
85
28

Mar.

51

Mar. 16

35

W*

Mar. 30
Mar.
4

19
22

6154 Feb. 17
5154 Feb. 16
9354 Mar. 30,

Mar.

28

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

30

29

21.

Mar.

8034
1134
3234
734

Mar.

58

Mar.
Mar.

90

2834
26

50
94

31
Sale

9734 Sale
13

Sale

3334 Sale
734
834
5634
6834
20
2334
9834
36
55

Sale

—.

3

10

Mar. 12

29

2634 Mar. 31
10234 Mar. 25
1534 Mar. 3

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

36

Mar.

4

1034 Mar. 6
6834 Mar. 24
25

76

Mar.

7

19

Jan.

9

Jan.

15

42 34 Mar.

2

35% Mar. 31

25
99

7

Feb. 26

2 2654 Mar.
2054 Jan.
2 10254 Mar.
7154 Jan.
Jan.
1154 Mar. 30 17
31
Jan. 13 3754 Feb.
7
Jan. 20 1054 Mar.

95

3534 Mar. 31

Jan.

31
25
30
26
6

Feb. 24
Feb. 20

4354 Feb. 24

70

9334 Sale
7
734
20
3

22

Mar.

21

334
4934
Sale
13

9334
634
2034
334

Mar. 30 10334 Mar. 20
Mar. 4
734 Mar. 24
Mar. 30 2634 Mar. 2
Mar. 26
434 Mar. 2

6

83
5

Jan.
J an.

2054 Feb.
254 Jan.

29 10654 Feb. 27
3
754 Mar. 24

4
14

2754 Feb. 24
454 Mar. 2

5

Mar.

534 Mar. 2
1034 Mar. 19

234
234
2134 Sale

234 Mar. 12
.2134 Mar. 30
2534 Mar. 28

Mar. 25

154 Feb.

11

234 Mar.

534
5 34
1034 Sale

25

734
734
3034 Sale
234
234

Sale

??*
25

634

'2634

2434
12534
3434
734

Mar. 24

3 54 Jan.

2

554 Jan.
7 54 Jan.

22

6

2

12

534 Mar. 27
11

Mar. 24

234
2334
2934
934
3134

Mar. 2
Mar. 2
Mar. 19
Mar. 9
Mar. 2

22

39

30

634
6934
2634

Mar.

734 Mar. 20

6

4

Jan."

1254 Jan.

8

8

Feb. 14
Feb. 25

734
48

56

Sale
Sale

3

Sale

44

Sale

1834 Sale

1734 Sale

1534 Sale
3834
40
3634 Sale
934 Sale
1134
17
734 Sale

8

1tIH

Sale

89

3

53

Sale

34
%
334 Sale
40
3734
1734 Sale

62

2634 Mar. 17

1934 Mar. 23
1034 Mar. 2

1134 Mar. 31

14% Mar. 3
30% Mar. 10
8954 Mar. 20

Mar. 3 10754 Mar. 6
Mar. 13
Mar. 30 55
754 Mar. 2
Mar. 20

Sale

1434 Sale
1434 Sale

\fA
ft*

42

46

Sale

47

1934 Sale
2234 Sale
2634 3434
60

12

64
Sale

64

Sale

8734 Sale

53

54
Sale

55

101

L04

105

11134

L15

116
Sale

934 Sale

21

Jan.

Feb.

14

104

Jan.

38 54 Jan.

454 Jan.

20

53

55

Mar. 21

51

39

17

Mar. 30
Mar.
7

54
454
4654
1854

Mar. 2
Mar. 26
lMar. 10
Mar. 19

Jan.

1054 Jan.
Jan.

1554 Jan.
Jan.

3
2

30

Jan.

14J4 Jan.

36

1434 Mar. 30
3834 Mar. 4
3434 Mar. 30
834 Mar. 2

1854
4554
4054
1054

Mar. 10
Mar. 26
Mar. 20
Mar. 6

17
Sale

12

13

Mar. 20

Sale

29

6

16
2
2

27

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

2

3

Mar. 30

Mar. 23

734 Mar.
Mar.

4
4

954 Mar.
31

Mar.

47

44

Mar. 30

29

Mar.

24

Mar. 30

3

50

34 Mar, 11
3
134 Mar.
4834 Mar, 31

Sale

54

Mar, 31

1634
1734 Sale
21
2034
2034
2734
6434
734 Sale
754
104
10534 106
11534 11734 115
78%
7934 Sale
53 %
56
55
7%
934 Sale

Mar,

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

7

Mar, 27
Mar, 28

2
9

6

Mar. 16

4354 Mar.

4

25j

2i
Mar. 12

54 Mar.
2

5454 Mar.
6854 Mar.

Mar, 30 Ill
10834 106
3 7654
Sale
5934 Mar,
Sale
1934 Mar, 31 2454
3 2054
14
Mar,
17
11
Mar, 30
Sale
1454
2 2054
Sale
1434 Mar,
42

2

Mar. 19
Mar. 19
Mar. 2
Mar. 25

6 11954 Mar.

Mar. 30

9;

3554 Mar. 10
2654 Mar. 10

Mar. 13 128
Mar.
3 141
Mar,

2

53

Mar.

2)
6

7

Mar. 26
Mar. 24
Mar. 2
Mar. 2

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

3854
27 54
754
854

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
3 54 Jan.

2

12

Mar.

2

Mar.

27l

1054 Mar. 26

10

4

2
2

5
2

1954 Jan.
21

Jan.

11854 Jan.
136
11S

Jan.
Jan.

3154 Jan.

47

54
106

4154
1554
14

1454
2054
2254
65
754

53
454

9

2

10
21

26
16

20

Feb. 24

1954 Feb. 18
3654 Mar. 26
7254 Mar. 5

88
n

#
10

Jan. 26
Mar. 10
Mar. 26
Mar. 20
Mar.

6

Mar. 20
Feb. 25
Feb. 27
24

19
26

25
26

9

6
3654 Feb. 24
21
AlK Feb. 20
22 132
Jan.
9
2 141

Mar. 16
8 120
Jan. 14
2
4454 Feb. 24

54 Mar. 11
154 Mar. 3
43

6

10

454 Mar. 26

3 32
Jan.
Jan. 22 83 54 Feb.
Jan.
8 15154 Mar.
27
Mar. 27 3954 Feb.
2
3854 Jan.
5054 Mar.
2
454 Jan.
754 Feb.
44
Mar. 30
60
Jan.

10754 Mar. 12 100
11754 Mar. 9 11154
885| Mar. 2, 62
57

Feb. 26

Feb.
Mar.
48
2154 Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
58
Feb.

17

1054
1454

Mar.

2

13
21

Feb. 24
94

76
146

42

23

Feb.

Mar. 30
2
1154 Jan.

Mar. 24

IJ

Mar.

854 Jan.

Mar. 24

2054 Mar. 10

'3
24

Mar. 24
Mar.
5
Feb. 24

2 10754 Mar.
2
5854 Feb.

19
20
3
19
2

54 Jan.
254 Jan.

Mar.

1634 Mar.
5434 Mar.
27

a*
7§*

2

84

2154 Mar. 10
2654 Mar. 21
2854 Mar. 20

Mar. 17

Feb. 25

Feb.
Feb.

5

Sale
54

Jan. .31
Jan.
3

10

3254 Feb. 24
354 Jan. 30

Feb. 28
27 2654 Mar. 17
7 171
Feb.
7
100
Jan. 21 100
Jan. 21
2
1054 Jan.
1954 Feb. 26
6
754 Feb.
1054 Feb. 24
3 4654 Jan.
7
4354 Jan.
8
1154 Mar. 31
1654 Jan.
25

29

63

% Sale
234
134

70

15

554 Mar. 9
67 54 Jan. 29

2

Sale

3234 Sale
25
2434

108

66
29

Mar.

120
125
L2734 Sale 120
L40
14034 14034 Sale 140
L18
11934 118
11934 118
42
Sale
3734
3834 Sale

60

28 3154 Jan.
20 12554 Mar.
2 39
Mar.
2
854 Feb.
2 2454 Mar.

Feb.

2854 Jan.
554 Jan.
1554 Jan.

Mar.

79
Mar. 30 8354
7934 Sale
15434 15034 Mar. 6 15154
27
Mar. 27 3854
Sale
Sale
47
4434 Mar. 4 5054
7
5
6
534 Mar. 23

5434 Sale
6634 Sale
L1034 Sale

2354 Jan.
119

16

30

34 Sale
134
2

2

21

2234 Mar. 30
34 Mar. 30
234 Mar. 19

354 Feb. 14

554 Jan.

23

Sale

Sale

Jan.

2354 Jan.
2 54 Jan.

40

Sale

25

3254 Feb. 24

2

Mar.

8034

43

2454 Feb. 24

2

48

31

55

2

Mar. 23

150 34 15134 152

3834 Sale

6

3654 Mar. 26
7254 Mar. 5

3134 Sale
2734
1434
4234
3534
934
3-134

1534 Mar.
734 Mar.

10834 10434
Sale
5034
534
4234

6
534
3834
3934
1634
1634
2334 Sale
2334 Sale

254 Feb.

1954 Jan.
23

165

Mar.

175
115

5

52

Mar. 24
Mar.
5

34

534 Mar.
25

2

834 Mar. 17
2434 Mar. 21

6

L0434 10734

Mar.

6734 Mar.

30

5

12534 Mar. 24

Mar,

75

Mar.

27

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

20

83
Sale

MAr. 30

Mar.

2234 Sale

13*

Sale

7

2834 Mar. 13

84

23
Sale
Sale

28

24

_*

434

Mar. 31

83

..*

American......

2

1134 Sale
2534 Sale

0% preferred
...50
North American Aviation
*

7% 1st preferred.....

it*

Mar.

1434 Sale
2734 Sale
8834 Sale

98
109

North

Mar. 12

16

9934 Mar.

1654 Sale

Sale

Sale"

Steel..............*

New York Air Brake
New York Dock....

"3034

58
Sale

115

Sale

107

Highest.
Sale Prices.

1834 Sale
1034 Sale

7
50

2*
il

Sale

70

2534

3134 Said

*

......

Newport Co (The)

17
Sale

60
Sale
21
1834
11534 118
Sale
136
118
119

,

4

175

Sale

*

...

Neisner Bros

32
8

20

Radiator.

National

Sale

100
Sale
3.7 34 Sale

9

2234 Sale
6734

46

3234

96
Sale

Sale

40

*

32
Sale
Sale

128
Sale

55

*

*

Lowest
Sale Prices.
133 Jan.

87
Sale

12034 125

Sale

Sale

3934 Sale
434 Sale

....—

Highest.
Sale Prices.

■m

434 Sale
334
334
52

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

3434
15
1534
Sale
Mar. 31
3234
1-4424 14134 Mar. 13 14234

25

Sale

50

Sale
Sale
22
Sale

78

Sale

12534 120

29

*

Nat Enamel 8c Stamp

iilH
3lH

30
Sale

14534 15134
2934 Sale

*

3134 Sale
3
234

Sale

41

V
15*

*

100

9

31
Sale

Sale

28

*1
*,

v t c_.

1134

38
27 34

100

Nat Distill Prod

2934

16

38

10
100

Sale

24

834 Sale

*'
*1

stamped...10,

7% preferred
Nat Cash Register A
Nat Dairy Prod Corp
National Dept Stores
7% 1st preferred

Sale

2734 Sale
5434
56
34 Sale

3234
14J4 Sale

—

7% preferred

30

Sale

Sale

National|Biscuit

Sale

Sale

51
Sale

Bellas Hess

29

100

*

National

5134

234 Sale
x2334 Sale

2434

Gauge & Equip.*

Acme

1034

72

Mother Load Coalition

National

3634
Sale

48

2534

—•
*

Nash Motors Co—I

47

99

198

MontgomeryWard & Co
Morrell (J) 8c Co

Nat Air Transport

5i*

4134 Sale
8234
10234 Sale
634 Sale
2634 Sale
434 Sale

§1*
6?"

29J4
Sale

*

.....




Sale"

2734 Sale
234
234

173,750 Mulllns Mfg Corp....
*
Preferred new..........—*
8,280

No par value.

SINCE

115

115

*
—*

......

97
Sale

534

*

10,200 Munslngwear
268,060 Murray Corp
14,000 Myers (F E) 8c Bros

125

Sale

—100

Products

Sale

3
Sale

•

Motor Wheel

96

6

Mohawk Carpet Mills
*
Monsanto Chemical Wks—.*

Motor

93

'*234

W
Sale

3034

Sale

Sale
a

86

Sale

Sale

870,900 Mexican Seaboard Oil
—*
37r,900 Miami Copper
5
2,400 Michigan Steel..
*
124.200 Mid-Continent Petroleum—*
87,600 Midland Steel Products
*
5,400
First preferred
....100

Moto Meter

22

m
8*

2134 2234
8134 Sale
1534 Sale
3534
3634

6?*

m

Sale

4 34
5

*

Preferred

W

334

33
Sale

""34

*

300 Milwaukee El Ry 8c Lt pf—100
Minn-Honeywell Reg Co—.»
Minn Moline Pow Implem—*

o

Sale

85
29

40

*

100
25
*

Sale

234

Marshall Field & Co————*
Martin Parry Corp

Sale
Sale
71
Sale
99

6

2134

...*

Marmon Motor Car...

78
29

3534 Sale

5,900 Metro-Goldwyn Plct pref..27

22,820
500
129,300
23,100
3,420
56,400
36,800
15,800
260,400
15,000
2,300
30,000
10,500
7,800
1,200
78,900
2,680
1,140
861,118
10,900
407,000

50

33
8

........—*

...

595,400
39,700
1,200
107,200
3,600
375,000
3,000
481,976
684,667
11,500
560
178,500
13,500
8,400
1,940
1,980
1,221,650

49

—

10

Marine Midland

....

4,600
36,500
3,300
32,300
21,100
2,559.300
4,800
25,100
50,300
24,000
44,900

3334

27

McLellan Stores class A

Preferred

36

Sale

2034 Sale
7134 Sale
13 3a Sale

—

Marlin-Rockwell

40

75

—100

6% preferred

Sale

Sale

35

34

Mclntyre Porcupine Mines..5
McPeesport Tin Plate
*
McKesson & Bobbins
*

144

5034
3334 Sale

39

*

McGraw Hill Pub Co

53

3834 Sale

—*
—*

180 Mexican Petroleum
30
Preferred

271,100
12,000

2734 Sale
1134 Sale
30

290,050 Mathieson Alkali Works
360
7% preferred
104,950 May Dept Stores
7,300 Maytag Co new
11,900
Pref with warrants
1,500
1st prei 6%
9,800 Melville Shoe Corp
22,100 Mengel Co
40

"2*,706

M

1134 Sale
3 54 Sale

...

Preferred

2,000
10,300

90

60

3134 Sale

434 Sale
334
334

-25

55

63

97

.100

lido

15

Sale

Sale

118

*

17

8734
8834
3034
5134
5834
9734

.100

Class B

Maracaibo Oil

142

Sale
Sale
96

5

18

3334
14 34 Sale
3234 Sale

44

*

Ask.

Sale

67

-25

174,400 Mack Truck Inc
Mackay Companies pref.. 100
130,966 Macy
*
11,700 Madison Square Garden....*
29,200 Magma Copper
*
13,300 Mallinson (H R) Co
*
7% preferred
100
"3", 840 Manati Sugar
......100
1.270
7% preferred
100
*
3,300 Mandel Bros
10,300 Manhattan Shirt
25

74,690
18,200
41,900
143,400
1,900

17

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

9934 Sale 10034 10034
534 Sale
534 Sale
15
Sale
1934 18

Sale

—

"3",700

26,900
1,900
5,100

13% Sale
9834 Sale
654 Sale
1634
1734
54
Sale
24
Sale
1134
12
2334 Sale
132
144
85
88
8454 Sale
2834
35
4134 Sale
46
Sale
86
Sale
83
Sale

Bid.

3
4

*
100
*
4,700 MacAndrews & Forbes Co.
80
Preferred
....—...100
210

Ask.

Bid.

*

——

Y.I60

10

....

...

17,350
1,100
6,500

41,450

*

Libby Owens Glass—
Lima Locomotive Works

...

44,700

March 2.

1930.
Par.

....

1,250
2,160
2,100
69,400
284,900
81,300
13,700

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Price
Jan. 2

144,800 Loft Incorporated
2,600 Long Bell Lumber A
86,000 Loose-Wiles Bisc
480
1st preferred
5,900 Lorillard (P) pref
Common—
694,708
23,300 Louisiana Oil
60
654% preferred
74,000 Louisville Gas & Elec A.
203,000 Ludlum Steel
Preferred
5,000

~

30,600

PRICES

STOCKS
H. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

3
154 Feb.
7
254 Jan.
2
Jan.
5854 Feo. 27
Mar. 31
7054 Feb. 27
Feb. 27
Mar. 30 111
2
Jan.
7654 Mar. 26
6 2454 Mar. 24
Jan.
Feb.
9
Mar. 3
Feb. 24
Jan. 14
Mar. 24
Mar. 2
Feb. 28
Mar. 24
2
24
Feb. 20
Jan.
Jan. 23
Mar. 28 25
Jan. 29
Jan. 28
Jan. 26
Feb. 14
Jan. 27
Mar. 26
Mar. 12
7
Jan.
3 11754 Mar. 9
Jan.
2
Jan.
9054 Feb. 26
Mar. 27
5 57
Jan.
2
Jan.
1054 Mar. 26

2S&
8*

S3*
lofH

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-STOCKS

38
.AGGREGATE SALES.
Since

March.

Shares. 00

150

5,300

100

20

9

-"uoo

3

19

Sale

68
22

74
25

55

65

62

600

.....

660 Orpheum Circuit Inc PreflOO
118,100 Otis Elevator
6% preferred...........100
1,000
55,200 Otis Steel
Prior preferred
630
100
...

320

11.800

.......

580

*
410 Outlet Co
90
Preferred..............100

110
60

18,600 Owens-Ill

3,900

25

Glass Co....

168,000 Pacific Gas 3c Elec ........25
Rights..................
214,772
124,100 Pacific Lighting Corp.....
100
4,960 Pacific Mills
5,450 Pacific Teleph 3c Telegr__t00
Preferred
...100
50

75,000
48,700
38,300
1,570
870
20

......

835,000

432,700

Sale
Sale

85
27

15,300

36,600

Packard Motor Car

*

50
900 Pan-Amer Pet 3c Trans
Class B stock
...—..50
9,400

400

3,500

14,800

1,102,000 Paramount

16 X

5X Sale
Sale

19

4

55# Sale

T"

Sale

45"

Sale

74#
105
110
33 # Sale
46

Sale

51

Sale

15#
16#
116# Sale
118# 131
8# Sale

Mar.

Mar. 27
Mar.
2

100

Famous Lasky—

"32"" Sale

124$
15

1,700
150

210

/

20
50

Peerless Motor

Penlck Ac Ford.......

—*

Penney (J C) Co

..........100

Preferred

15#

17#

42,400

57,700
10,700

230,000
36,300
4,300
2,600
261,800
1.210

800

Rights

110

38

Sale

410

140

1,700

195,500

It"

Sale
Sale

63#
50%

55

55
110

49% Sale
2% Sale
64$ Sale
23

Sale

130

Sale

35

11% Sale

22#

25
Sale

130

2

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

130

31#

Mar.

Mar.

Sale

Sale

11# Mar. 30

610
4

720

290

690
1 400

342,400
1,600
4,900
14,300

612,300
2,900
40,600
2,700
600

31,100
1,110
79,800

2,674,300
4,100
13,500
788,900

*

Class A..

Corp...........25
8% preferred..........100
...

6% preferred..........100

Pittsburgh Screw & Bolt.'..*
Pittsburgh Steel pref
100

Mar. 30

Sale

33# Mar. 30
95# Mar. 3

23
200 X

Sale

Sale

3# Mar.

99#

96X Sale

Sale
Sale

5

Sale
24

24

33

Sale
100

'

Sale

22

Sale

4%

25
.100

242# Sale

17#

20

6%
IX

Mar. 31

4

4,100

Pressed Steel Car 1% pif.-100

New
*
49,600
*
79,400 Procter At Gamble
Preferred 5%..
-.100
250
50
21,000 Producers Ac Ref Corp
7% preferred
.........50
3,130
2,170 Pub Ser Corpof N J pf8%.100

Common
*
620,108
7%
100
4,500
6% preferred._........100
11,000
Preferred (5).......
25,800
Rights
726,800
7,900 Pub Serv El Ac Gas pref. ..100
...100
169,900 Pullman Company..
50
14,300 Punta Alegre Sugar
Certificates
50
6,300
25
129,200 Pure Oil
Preferred
100
3,220
190,000 Purity Bakeries Common....

92#

A"

Mar. 27

5.392.000 Radio Corp of Amer...
7% preferred "A"
50
8,400
Preferred B
*
58,084
2,072,900 Radlo-Keith-Orpbeum cl A.*

80

1,300

90,600 Raybestos-Manhattan
33,100 Real Silk Hosiery
.

340

Preferred

........

1,800
90

36,500
900

135,700
9,700
1,100

69

9

25
1# Sale
21# Sale
3# Sale

Sale

26$

Sale
Sale

32
23

Sale
Sale

67 X
14

Sale

29

40#
22

76#

85

lA

81

89X

11)

j

18X
11

18

J*

25

4#

4

36

107 X

104

Sale
Sale

11%
144# 149

""'290
221,400

"5",100

*

Sale
Sale

18# Sale
""

23%

43

40
Sale
Sale

15

7# Sale

rA

6

Sale

44
Sale

Sale

x87

Preferred

108% 109X
Sale

95

No par,value.




Mar. 26

%

A

Sale
„

8% Sale
96 X Sal©
Sale

26

51#
a;52

Mar.

4

Sale

14
13

Jan.

1
13
13#
2# Sale
32# Sale
38# 39#
21

70#

P

3

Sale

72

Jan.

29
2

Jan.

7
12

5$

26^

3# Jan.

28H Feb. 28
Mar. 16

Jan.
Mar.

58#
129#
16#
69#

Feb.
Jan.

58

Mar.

45

Jan.

106

15

Jan.

26

50# Jan.
16# Jan.
116# Jan.

2

Jan.

10

Mar.

36# Jan.
5# Jan.
1# Feb.
3

Jan.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
11# Feb.
35# Jan.

36# Jan.

15# Mar

2
2
7

50# Feb. 24
11
Mar. 19
2# Mar. 12
4# Jan. 21

2

2}
15

Feb. 24

4

Feb. 24

90

Jan.
Jan.

46

12# Jan.

Feb.

Jan.

12# Mar. 23
12# Mar. 18

Feb.

52

Jan.

9

Jan.

12

Mar. 26

101$

Jan.
Jan.

9
15

7

Mar.

5

Mar.
Mar.

9

21

4

Jan.

1# Jan.

67# Jan.

3

14

Jan.

2

75

Mar.

7
5

3
2

4
24

Mar. 24

Mar. 16
Mar. 3

24

Mar. 24

13# Mar. 31
95# Mar. 16
17# Mar. 26

Mar. 10
Mar.
2
Mar. 26

13

Jan.

Mar. 19

9

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

3
11
28
27
27

37
Mar. 9
39# Mar. 5
28# Jan. 12
80
Jan. 27
15# Feb. 24
87
Jan. 15
5
Mar. 16
28
Feb.
3

Jan.

Mar. 31

3# Jan.

14

72#
27#
1#
23#
3#

31# Jan.

21

9

5

Feb.

9

# Jan.

26

3

70# Jan.

Feb.

19

Mar. 23

16# Jan.

Mar.

38# Mar. 30

4

26

25# Feb. 24
56# Mar. 12

11
49

9

9$ Mar.

30

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

18
9
10#
22# Sale

14

Jan.

6$ Jan.

2

Mar. 10
7
Mar. 20

Jan.

19#
52#
95#
7#

2

70# Mar. 30

•

16# Feb.

Mar.

Mar. 31

19

30
35# Mar. 31
Mar. 21
102
Feb. 16
250

Jan.

Mar.

Mar.

Feb.

5# Feb. 10
29

96# Feb.
200# Jan.
9# Jan.

Mar.

Mar. 30

2# Mar. 31

17

Mar. 27

5#

Jan.

2

12
29

19

Feb.

99

3# Jan.
17
23

Feb.

39

Mar.

16#

Mar. 31

6

Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

13# Sale
95#
68

Feb. 20

Jan.

10#
3#
37#
28#

14

5#

9

7

75

28

20
23
19
10
24
29

Feb. 25

4

28

1# Jan.
3

3

Mar. 10

3

Jan.

2# Jan.

2

69#
26#
2131#
13 130#
7

Mar.

32

Feb.

54# Mar. 10

8# Jan.
32

26

39# Jan. 20

45# Jan.
2

12

Mar. 30

Mar. 24

110

33# Jan.

Jan.
Feb.

Feb.

55

Feb.

16

4

Mar. 27
Mar.
2

865*

Jan.

80

24#

Jan.

Jan.

68
22

63

12

3

15

93# Jan.
2
17# Mar. 26
8$ Feb. 4

Feb.

27

99# Feb. 27
18# Jan.
5
13# Jan. 10

22# Mar, 31
5# Mar. 31

Mar.

2

Mar.

2

28

5

Mar.

2

25

Jan.

2

13# Sale
20# Sale

13# Mar. 31
20# Mar. 4

Mar.

2

Mar.

2

12# Jan.
17# Jan.

15
28

39# Jan.
9
20# Feb. 26
26# Feb. 26

43

41# Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

9

35# Jan.

6

30

5#

""

Sale

31

Sale
Sale

5

Mar.

Mar.

8

19

22

47

Feb.

4

Jan.

2

7

Feb.

Jan.

2

107

Feb.

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

2

2# Jan.

Mar.:
Mar.

Mar.

2

11# Jan.

Sale

1151

Mar. 26
Mar. 19
Mar. 25

»3# Mar.
134# Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 25

Sale

97# Mar.

Mar. 19
Mar.
4

Sale

110# Mar.

tin Mar.

Sale
Sale

Mar. 17
Mar.
2

Mar.;
Mar.

1# Mar. 24

Mar.

1

1

Mar. 20

Sale

Mar.:

L0# Mar.

2

93

Mar.:

)0

3

Sale

Mar.:

>5# Mar. 17

Sale

Sale

36#
41
27#
27#
21# Sale
83
Sale
29
Sale
80

Mar.

Jan.

72

Jan.

128# Jan.
109$ Jan.

3 135
3 117

Mar. 25

2

Mar. 19

95

Jan.

99

Mar. 25

iuJan.
5 111# Feb.
58# Feb.
2
Jan.
# Jan.
8
# Jan.
5
1# Jan.
8# Mar. 20 11# Jan.
90# Mar. 24 101# Jan.
38
Jan.
2 55# Mar.
9

30

Mar. 30

24
27

1u«Feb.

109# Jan.
49

9

9
5
8

17

12

Jan.
Jan.

2
7

2

27# Feb. 25
55# Mar. 26
60
Mar. 21

15# Jan.

2

24# Mar. 21

7

54# Mar. 21
57$ Mar. 20
59# Mar. 25

7

57

Mar. 10

27# Mar. 20
18# Jan.
2
21# Mar. 7

Mar. 25

)0

Mar. 14

82

19# Mar.

4

27# Mar. 20
23# Mar.
21# Mar.
83

1# Mar. 31

1# Mar.

12# Mar. 31
78

Mar. 23

88

Jan.

7

90# Mar. 3
7# Mar. 31

98

Jan.

6

Jan.

3

# Jan.

5

Jan.

6

11

12# Mar. 31

18# Mar.

78

85

Mar. 23

Mar.

94# Mar.

Mar. 31

9

8

2

Mar. 20
Mar. 23
Mar.

2

12# Mar.

2

45

12# Mar.
70

3

Mar. 26

76

Mar. 20

7
12

9# Mar.

2

22# Mar. 10

18# Mar. 12

10# Feb. 11
8# Feb. 11
25# Feb. 24

Feb.
Jan.

19

29# Jan.
7# Jan.

2
6

54

Feb.

19

13

Jan.

Jan.
6
Mar. 26

30

Jan.

2
6

27
70

2

11# Jan.

10

Feb.

18

83# Jan. 13
22# Mar. 10

2

1# Jan.

17# Mar. 31

27$

Mar. 20
29# Mar. 25
30# Feb. 10
90
Feb.
3
1# Jan.
8
12# Feb.
3
19$ Feb. 27

2

47

14

Mar. 26
Mar. 19

148

34# Jan.

23# Mar. 20

17# Sale

27

48

Mar. 21

7# Mar. 6
18# Mar. 21

13

3
27

Feb.

50

42

70

Feb.

Mar.

16
6 157
15
96

>5# Mar. 26

42

60

6

2
2

17% Mar. 21

Mar. 12

23# Sale

10

19
19

Mar. 10

50

47

9#
22#

71
2 112

21# Mar. 30
51# Mar. 6

90# Mar. 3
7# Mar. 31

Sale

Feb. 28
Feb. 27

63

Sale

Sale

27
8

9

HO#

67# Mar.,

Sale

22

Jan.

4# Jan.

16

Mar. 10
Mar. 3

Sale

95#
7# Sale
6#
8
18# Sale

9# Sale

5

Jan.

75

78
89

19# Sale

Mar.

6
3

Mar. 12
Mar.
3
Mar.
2

.

# Mar. 10

%

85

80

Mar. 12
Jan. 12

8

15# Mar. 18

9

21# Mar. 30

12'"

12# Sale
29#
31

3

Jan.
Feb.

68

68# Mar

55

Sale

il*

19# Jan.

9

22

Sale

9

~ Jan.

5

Mar.

70#

53

Sale

46

Mar. 30

13

Mar. 25

20

18# Sale

1

Jan.

Mar. 30
5

35

10# Mar.

68

Sale

26# Sale
26# Sale
87#
90
1# Sale
9#
25

*

9

2

68

Sale

21# Sale
30#
39

8

15
31

Jan.

Mar.

15

55# Sale
1
1#
#
1
10# Sale
99# Sale
52# Sale

50% Sale

Jan.

Jan.

Mar. 31

68

xl 10# Sale

10
100

*
297.100 Reynolds Metal Co
5,300 Reynolds Spring Co........*
New....
6,400

Mar.

*u8 Sale

108 X 109%

..._*

180

Mar. 18

131# 135
115# 116#
x97% Sale

8# Sale

....

Mar. 11
Mar.
2

68
69# Sale
108#
109
5# Sale !
3
15# Sale I 13)
150
155# 156

128 X

120

Highest

I Sale Prices.
2105# Mar. 20

10

5
26#

26

Sale

64

77

Sale

14

Sale

33

41#
26#

99# Sale
17#
18
10# Sale

19
Sale
18%

14% Sale
20

Sale

26

2iH
sll"

c

71#

23#

94# Sale

Class A

Mar. 17
Mar. 13

15#
50
11#

10

X

X

2

Mar. 12
Mar. 23
Mar. 23

Mar. 19

65#

...

800
320

2

17#
56

11

100

preferred..

Mar.
Mar.

8

10# Sale

..10
146,800 Reo Motor Car
Cert
10
7,500
*
691,400 Republic Steel Corp
Preferred cov_.
100
68,500
5,700 Revere Copper Ac Brass...—*

2d

Mar. 12
Mar. 31

17#

49#

3,500 Rels (Robt) At Co..........*
1st preferred
100
2,460
.*
349,400 Rem'ton-Rand
1st preferred....
100
4,400
190

Sale

21# Sale

56

.......

9",200

4

11

100 Rand Mines

100

Mar.

13

9X
13% Sale

38

24

L00# 101#
10# Sale

96#
Sale

52
9

....

.............

5# Mar. 10

Mar. 11
Mar. 13
35# Mar. 31
Mar. 21
98# Mar. 3 102
Mar. 12
230
Mar. 31 247

20
30

Mar. 12

55

'

50,000
8,500

17#

10# Sale
24# Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

53

93

Mar. 19
Mar. 27

Sale

20

conv

2

39

......100

Pref

Mar.

Sale

6% preferred..........100

....*
7,000 Pittston Co w 1
*
21,300 Poor At Co class B
42,600 Porto Rico Am Tob cl A new.*
Class B
*
31,900
31,450 Postal Teleg At Cable pref.100
Prairie Oil At Gas......
25
118,500
25
193,000 Prairie Pipe Line......

2

3% Sale

85
3

Pitts Term Coal

Mar.

x45% Sale

IX

Pierce Petroleum

Pilsbury Flour Mills
*
Pirelli of Italy A
•
Pittsburgh Coal (of Pa)...100

3

Sale

Pierce Oil

6,200 Pittsburgh United...

"2,200

130

...—

2

3X Sale

64
21

500

300
550

1.

4

Mar.

Sale
4

57
19

Preferred...

Mar. 31

Mar. 12

Sale

9

270

,

3
2

4

4
6X
3# Sale

2

L30# Mar. 10 124

Mar. 26

Mar. 12
Mar.

14

17

Mar. 10

3

7

Mar.

10

Sale

Sale

4,800 Plerce-Arrow Mot C pref..100

700

13

Sale

37

.

3# Mar. 9
15# Mar. 9
47# Mar. 25
11
Mar. 19
2# Mar. 12
4# Mar. 2

33

A
40

72

36,600
18,200
73,500
43,500
3,300
5,800
3,700
6,700
1,920
3,200

2,800

*
..25
Philadelphia Co pref 6%__58

Phelps Dodge

3

11# Mar. 2
34# Mar. 11
35# Mar. 16

34

IX Sale

17

Petroleum Corp.

54# Mar. 10

Mar. 16

35%

92

5
Mar.
Mar. 16
Mar. 24
3
Mar.

2# Mar. 31

32#

Sale

2

30
31
24

9
32

Sale

11
37 X
28 X
86

Mar

61# Mar. 4 69# Mar. 20
20# Mar. 9 26# Mar. 23
127# Mar. 14 L31 $ Mar. 19

Sale

9#
32

47

3

2# Mar.

"63"~ Sale'

43

3A

6# Mar, 27
85

48# Mar.

x51% Sale

130#

126

Jan.

irA
9*

6
75
Mar. 16
65
Mar.
60#
Mar. 31
57# Mar. 20 x49
124# Mar. 5 129# Mar. 30 124#
10
15# Mar. 20
12# Mar. 30

Sale

7

13.800

1,600
'9,000
2,600
16,900
30,600

1,100
14,000
27,000

2

64
58
Mar. 31
55
50# Mar. 11
107# Mar. 18 110
34
Mar. 24 37

Sale

64#

2% Sale

70

160
100

-41,600
58,400

16# Mar.

102

i49

Sale

Sale

10Q

510

'

27
5

3

8% Sale
IX Sale
4$ Sale

10

.........

Preferred (6) new
Philadelphia Reading C Ac I.*
Phillips Jones Corp........*
Preferred.. ............180
240
10,600 Philip Morris At Co........10
Phillips Petroleum
*
832,400
100 Phoenix Hosiery...........5

600

105,500

100

Mar.

3

2

83# Mar.

87

29#
74#

Sale

.....

Pet Milk

8,600
6,800
5,600

12

5# Mar.

2.850

3,000

24

19# Mar.

4# Mar.

Sale

126 X
Sale

55

.....

Preferred

30.600 People's Gas L Ac Coke

6,900

"""950

.

30

15# Mar. 18

4

A

Patino Mines Ac Ent ctf

25,500 Penn-Dlxie Cement
7% preferred
100
3,700
5,100 People's Drug Store Inc...

•

1,600
1,600

35# Mar.
45
Mar.
1# Mar.
11
Mar.

4# Mar. 31

4% Sale

110
107
38
37 X

3#

2#

3
♦

Pathe Exch

600 Penn Coal 8c Coke........50
'

700

JAN.

Jan.

Mar. 30

13%

Sale

54x4

5)4 Sale
1#
IX

113,700
67,200
24,825
14,900
146,500
146,400
7,000

41,500
37,300
3.500
5,100
38,500
48,400
2,900

•

9
2

Mar.

33

24,800jParmeIee Transport Co.—.

"10,366

3(105# Mar. 20

Mar. 13

Sale

5%

100
10,283 Park & TUford
31,900 Park Utah Cons Mines.....1

7,400

,

*

8% preferred

50

.

3c Ref

Panhand Prod

50

5,900
335,700
3,400
10,700

Sate Prices.

105# 104# Mar.
"

'

1

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Sale

.......

"""370

Highest.

Sale Prices.

12

2X

43,500 Omnibus Corp v t c........
Preferred A
1#0
2,300
3,500 Oppenhelm Collins 3c Co..

""8,075

Ask.

104# 104%
32 X Sale
44 X
44%
% Sale

100

Preferred

Lowest<

March 31.

Ask.

Bid.

*
1,509 Nunnally Co
256,400 Ohio OH Co (The)
53,000 Oliver Farm Equipment....
New
25,475
Conv participating.......
5,300
Preferred A
*
N 9,100

140

109,100

.

March 2.

1931.
Par.

23j000 North Amer Edison pref
*
8,100 North German Lloyd w I.....
1,170 Northwestern Telegraph.-50
8.200 Norvralk Tire 3c Rubber..>10

15,600
5,500

,

V

SINCE

Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1.

Shares

RANGE

IN MARCH.

PRICES

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

In

5$

'

1# Jan. 29
18# Mar. 12

39

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK
-

aggregate

PRICES

sales.

In

Since

March.

Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

Shares.

510
300
-

20

29,000

113,000
183,570
2,560
1,160
40,000
180,800
1,050
I,128

22,000
50,270
1,720
490

8,100
138,600
50

488
*

7,600
221,800
5,600
2,600

340

73,530
5,700
25.100
9,200
181,000
205,100
1,100

(6).———1®®
(7)..———1®®

Savage Arms Corp common.-

Stores——*

Retail

Schulte

—1®®
Paper....———*

8% preferred....
Scott

*
42,300 Sea? rave
679,700 Sears, Roebuck fit Co
... *
18,700 Second Nat Investors ctfe —*
Preferred certificates
*
12,200

Copper——.....—*

Seneca

Simmons Co

*
Steel Hoop ...——*

Servel Inc

Sharon

......——

96,800
15,300
2,900
3,100
25,800
5,000
13,400
173,914
1,640
120,900
125,922

100

810

12,300
2,100
5,300
77,614
640

58,200
121,222

180
70

19,100
68,200
1,600

Skelly OH Co.—
Preferred

*®®
Sloss-Shcffield Steel fit Ir.100
Preferred
I®®
.

.

Preferred

1®0
with war
—*

.

Solvay Am Corp pref
So Porto Rico Sug
8% preferred
California

Sou

...—10®
25

Edison

10®

Preferred

W

i
♦

.....——

10®

7% preferred

8%

preferred......——50
,..*

(7%)_—
Preferred (6%)
Preferred

Stand

,11*
ill*

Com'l Tobacco

Corp.

Standard Investing

pref.

100

Standard OH of Kansas-

I25

Standard OH of N J

.25

Standard Oil Export
Stand OH of Calif

7,800
101,900

5,500
3,600
18,470
II,900
33,700
565,200
251,400
42,600
434,700

17,100
1,000
36,400
6,200
7,100
9,900
16,800
1,000
53,300
6,700

40,600
3,500
117,200
21,000
15,000
28,900
38,300
4,600
191,400
13.900

1,300
900

4,300
6,500
12,000
218,100
82,100

'

700
>

1,200
9,100
29,500
15,800
19,200

5,100
3,600
26,400
134,350
31,300
58,200

"l,700

.10
*

ioo

Sweets Co of America-

.50

Symington

mm*.

*%

Class A...

—

Corp

Telautograph

Tennessee Corp—......
Texas Corp

(The)—.

125

Texas Gulf Sulphur—..

Oil.
ctfs..

Texas Pacific Coal fic

Tex Pac Ld Tr Tem
Thatcher

Mfg..........—..*

32
Sale

53 k

12 k
103
46

3k
33

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

9 k Mar.

Sale
Sale

01

105

110
Sale

15

14

21

16k

4k
34k

5
35

33 k

4
38

51k Sale
2 k Sale

25k

10 k
19 k

Sale
Sale

Sale

22

Sale

135

59 k Sale
57 k Sale

84 k

Sale

63 k

Sale

96 k 103
90
93 k
3 k Sale
2
Sale

09

LOlk 104
45 k Sale

25

55

3

Sale

6k

Sale

33

17
42 k
116

221

Sale

Sale

Sale
120
Sale

26k

Ilk

95

Sale

Sale

3

3k
66 k
11
Ilk
15 k Sale

3k
58k

35

66
Sale
13 k
35k

40

Sale

Sale

64

108k
99 k

109*4
00
100 k
3 k Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

4

k

104

03 k 103 k
49 k Sale

24k Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

63

Sale

Ilk
lk
4k
17 k
8k
31k
46 k

12
2k
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
4 k Sale
Ilk Sale
13 k

4
25
6k

55

Tidewater Oil——.—...

.1®

Dividend certificates G.

61,200
190,000
15,400
134,000
3,775
7,200

10,100
35,000

*
13,800 Ulen fic Co
121,500 Underwood Elliott Fisher_25
490
7% preferred..........100
8,100 Union Bag fic Paper—...100

Corp....... .25

17

2k Mar.
14k Feb.

14

13k
Sale

2

6k
20

Sale

9

Sale
Sale

33

k Sale

c53k Sale
5 k Sale
16
Sale

12
1

Sale

lk

Sale

Sale

7

Sale
Sale
49 k Sale
4 k Sale
13 k Sale

21k Sale

16 k

Sale

37k

25

Sale
29

Sale
Sale
24
Sale

6k

30 k
8k
65 k
14

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
17

6

Sale
44
Sale

Sale

40
Sale
6
Sale
32 k
34
6 k Sale
59

13k

Sale

18

10

74k
Sale

43

Sale

57

Sale
2 k Sale
Ilk
Ilk

53 k

Sale

2

iOk Sale
3

12 k

6k
92 k
29 k
10

21k
14

51

57 k

3
12 k

Sale

Sale

Jan.

17
21

Mar. 16
Feb.

14

Mar. 24

88 k Mar. 10
64 k Mar. 23
6
109 k Mar.
Mar. 23
101
Feb. 10
4
4k Feb. 13
104 k Mar. 14
Feb. 13
Jan.
5
Feb. 24

2

Mar.

a*

2

2
2

Mar. 23
Mar.
2
ivxar.
&

o

9

k Mar.

40

3

26

Feb.

Jan.

2

6k Jan.

2
2

40

3

33

Jan.

14*

2

Jan.
Feb.

20*

lk Mar.
Ilk Mar.

1

39*
100*

Mar.
Mar.
37k Mar.
lk Mar.
18k Mar.

44

104

Mar.

31

118

Feb.

26

45^

Jan.

18 k Mar.

2

2
6

Jan.

13

Jan.

2

Mar.

6 k Mar.
21k Mar.

7

Mar. 31

9 k Mar.

6

Mar. 31

27

Mar. 30

34k M*-,

Mar. 30

49

Mar. 30

53k
.
5 k Mar.
16k Mar.

2
2
4
2

21k Mar.

2

4k Mar. 16
13 k Mar. 31

Mar.
37 k Mar.
5k Mar.
23
Mar.
30
Mar.

30
30

14 k Mar.
6
Mar.

4

16

30

41

Mar.

26

27

Mar.

35

4

29 k Mar.

5
6k Mar. 31
59
Mar. 30

16k Mar. 10
70k Mar. 27
10
Mar. 7
51 k Mar.
4
2k Mar.
2
Ilk Mar. 3

5

7 k Mar. 12

28

2
2

Mar.
2
8k Mar. 7
34k Mar. 19
8k Mar. 2
65 k Mar.
2
17 k Mar.

Jan.

l9

Jan.

2

Jan.

2

Feb.

Jan.

2
23

Mar.
Jan.

6

Jan.

7

5

Feb. 24
Jan.
9
Feb.

13

22

Feb.

27

Jan.

41
9

Mar.

Jan.

Feb.

5
13

Jan.

27

Feb.

21

25

Jan.

35

Ilk Jan.

18

4

Jan.

Mar.

4

55

68

Jan.

18

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

Jan.

Jan.

Ilk Mar.' 2

Jan.
Jan.

2
2

58k Mar. 19

Jan.

16

10

k Jan.

14

3

Jan.

27

3 k Jan.

27

Ilk Feb.

7

2

Feb. 24

k Mar. 7
k Mar. 19

24 k Feb.
6 k Jan.

31
2

3 k Mar. 23
13k Mar. 20

Feb. 20

Jan.

Jan.

83

5

13*4
2*1
6*1
21*1
9*1
35*1
55 k
6*1
17*1

13 k
35
5
18 k

Mar. 16
Mar.
3

18

2
9
17

Feb.

7
4

Mar. 11
Mar.
2

Feb. 25

40 k Feb.

Jan.
Feb.

13k Mar. 17

28

Mar. 26
Jan.
5

104 k Feb.

Jan.

Mar.

6k Jan.

7
Mar. 30

2

Jan.

k Jan.

Mar.

16

Mar. 26

21k Mar. 10
54k Mar. 21

Feb.

115

Mar.

10

24
10

34 k Feb.
5 k Feb.
9 k Feb.

21k Jan.

37 &

Mar. 26

21
20

17k Mar. 24
20 k Feb. 25
122 k Mar. 6

83
12
69

Jan.

7

8

16
26
20
17

3 k Mar. 23

13*1

Mar. 20

5

5
5
Sale

6
4k
5k
4k
16k Sale

7k
Sale
Sale
Sale
10k
23

i3k Sale
Ilk Sale
93k Sale

17
Sale

120

9k

83

31

20

7k
27 k

Feb.

17 k Feb.
33 k Feb.

Mar. 19
Mar. 6

21k Mar.
54k Mar.
L15k Mar.

Mar.

40 k Mar.
102k Mar.

5

5

20 k

6

Mar. 28

Feb. 11
16k Mar. 25

Mar. 17

Mar.

17

22 k Mar.

13

13

Jan.

4

Jan.

Sale

8
8

Mar. 20

5

36

16 k Mar. 25
15 k Mar.
2

50k Mar.
25k Mar.

Mar.

Sale

Jan.

114k
27 k
92 k
13 k

Mar. 24

4

Mar.

Sale
41
433
104 k 102k
103!
Sale
31
363
1
lk Sale
Ilk
16 k Sale

13k

17k Jan.

54k Feb. 26
2k Mar. 10
16k Mar. 26

104k Mar. 14
49 k Mar.
2

Mar.

44 k

70

Tri-Continental Corp..—..*

10

Mar.

115

84k
Ilk Sale

7k

874.400 Union Carbide fir Car

Mar.

3 k Mar.
102 k Mar.

Sale

Sale

..*

Preferred..—........—100
Trico Products——..—-—*
Truax Truer Coal.....—...*
Truscon Steel Co........—10

99
3

Sale
120
Sale

9

69 k

2k
2H

Dlv ctfs "B"

95

Sale

393
1003
333

Feb.

112

88 k Mar. 10
64 k Mar. 23
109k Mar. 6
101
Mar. 23
3k Mar. 11

Mar.

17 k

15 k

..20

76

62 k Mar.
L07k Mar.

47
23

Mar.

9k Mar.
96k Mar.
45 k Jan.

26k Mar. 3
92
Mar. 11
13k Mar. 16
4

Feb.

8

i5k Feb.

Jan.

Mar. 20
Mar. 3

5

35

Mar. 30 33k
17 k
9k Mar. )3
18k Mar. 30 20k
121k Mar. 9 122k

37k Mar.

115

89

33

29k Mar. 19
4k Mar. 13
8 k Mar. 19

36

New- ..20

13k Mar. 30

15

Sale

Class A new

10 k Mar. 10

41k Mar.
21k Mar.

Sale
Sale

Mar. 19
Mar. 24
Mar. 25

26

62

Sale

Sale

Tobacco Prod Corp

Mar. 23

10k Mar. 30
3k Mar. 4

Sale
55

17

...*

26
16
18
Mar. 19

Mar.

25

Ilk Sale

„.

3

8

110

42k Mar.

Products———*
Thompson-Starrett—...—*

Timken Roller Bear

Jan.

2k Jan.

15

25k Mar. 17

Sale

120

7
8

29

Mar. 21

2 114 k Mar. 28

Sale

18 k

Jan.

Feb.

4

Sale

47 k

Feb.

23k Feb.
15k Feb.
103 k Jan.

Jan.

Mar.

49 k

115

Jan.

Mar.

18
25
25
26
26
12
17
6
26
26
26
31

Jan.

16k Mar. 26

Sale

31k Sale
5 k Sale
9k
9k
39
Sale

Mar.

Jan.

8

15 k Mar.

17

40

95

Feb.

Jan.

I?k

11

Feb.

Mar. 19

61k Mar.
29k Feb.

10k Jan.

53 k Mar. 10
2k Mar. 10

91

95

92

irA

7
Mar.
14k Jan.

95

96k Mar.

114

-27k

Sale
92 k
95
8 k Sale
2k
3
55 k
60
9k
10
11
11*
25k
26*
6 k Sale
16 k Sale
L18
121k

Jan.

22k Jan.
29k Mar.
7k Mar.
50
Mar.
4k Jan.

49 k Mar.
2 k Mar.

34

Jan.

12

53 k Jan.

12

4k Mar. 10

5

Sale

14

.11
25

Sale

10

10^

36k Mar. 6
3 k Mar. 19

2k Mar.
8k Mar.
89
Mar.

14 k

58*1

lk Jan.
4 k Jan.

12k

Mar.

90

Jan.

40

62

33

Sale

6k Jan.
44 k Jan.
3k Jan.

32k

38k

10
Sale

8
92

40 k .Jan.
Jan.
40

Jan.

23

Sale
10

Jan.
Jan.

16

Mar.

4
13k

Jan.

4

2

23

38 k

3k
8k

2
Feb. 24
Mar.
5
Feb. 10
Mar.

Mar. 18

52k Mar.

28

36

3

Jan.

13

2

44

24

21

k Jan.
42k Mar.

Mar.

10

35

34
Sale

23 k

6% preferred...—..... TOO
Timken-Detroit Axle Co., ..10

15 k Mar.
Ilk Mar.

Sale

Sale
Sale

12

Sale

6%......—-100

Mar.

8k Mar.
42 k Mar.

Sale

Preferred

29k Mar.
7 k Mar.
50
Mar.

Sale

6k

OH——...*

Mar.

102 k 102k Mar.

39

Preferred...

26

Sale

26
33 k

Tidewater Assoc

Mar.

7

Sale

Sale

Thompson

12

16k Mar.
57k Mar.

Jan.

98

lk Mar. 2
10k Mar. 19
13k Mar. 19
21
Mar. 25
61k Mar. 25
29k Mar. 25
31
Mar. 21
9k Mar. 2
67
Mar. 4
9 k Mar.
6
10
Mar.
2
22k Mar. 2
14k Mar. 2
103
Mar. 14

6k Mar.

Sale

Sale

10
52 k

29

Mar.

5

Feb.

Mar. 30

w*
86

19k Mar.
6
Ilk Mar. 30
65
Mar. 27
48
Mar. 24
10
Mar.
2
61k Mar. 20
6k Mar. 2
55
Mar. 2

lk Mar.
7 k Mar.

Sale

Sale.
102 k 108

106

9

Jan.

30 k £eb. 20
Feb. 20
15 63
Mar. 20
19 96
Mar. 31
21 106
13 20 k Feb. 27
13 Ilk Mar. 30
Mar. 27
22 65
Mar. 24
7 48
Feb. 27
11
29
2 63 k Feb. 26
Feb. 27
3
Feb. 27
2

22

2

Mar. 20
Mar. 31

96

Mar.

Sale

Sale
Sale

36,500
63,000
4,400
47,500
1,000
3,000




Sale

18 k
24

Tran fic Williams Steel

value.

61

35
5

pref..—.———*

Transamerica

No par

Sale

Investor........*
Thompson (J R)—........25

Cumul

600

*

13k

Sale

57 k

Thermold Co

847,300

235.000

Sale
Sale

5

62k Mar. 19

Mar.

49

Sale

Mar.

29

6k Mar.
54k Mar.
5

Third Nat'l

100

3,700

Sale
Sale

lk Sale
7 k Sale
13
13 k
18

45

Sale*

Mar. 25
Mar. 2
Mar. 10

19

Feb.
Mar.

k Jan.
2 k Jan.

28

39k Mar. 17

22

Mar. 19

2 53
13 75
13 32
6
15
10
Jan. 15
JS* Jan. 6 41X4
27
2 26
16k Jan.
Mar.
5 102
102
42 k
Mar. 30
37
40 k Jan.
Jan.
70

Mar. 19
Mar. 25
Mar.
9
Mar. 2

Mar..

5 102

Mar.
54
Mar.
92k Mar.
101k Mar.
16
Mar.
5 k Mar.
50
Mar.

50

50

10 k
42 k

21k Sale

288,200

150

96

91

Stanley Co of America.... ...»
II*
Starrett Co (The L S)

Standard Oil of N Y——.

Div ctfs A—....

"""166

Sale

58

,.25

338,000 Studebaker Corp......... ,—*
22,000 Submarine Boat Corp
..............L
12,400 Sun Oil
Preferred
1®0
2,070
37,700 Superheater Co (The)..——*
40,600 Superior Oil
44,000 Superior Steel......
1®0

5,200
13,000
19,900

Sale
37
Sale

17
Sale
47 k Sale
22 k Sale

332,400 Stewart Warner Corp
494,200 Stone fic Webster..—
350 Studebaker Corp pref

670

22 k
30 k
7k

12k

40,900 Sterling Sec Corp cl A
l20
Preferred..
—
19,300
.50
Conv 1st preferred
14,000

"2",956

13k

Sale

2k

Snider Packing

41",790

91,900

k

70

14 k

11,100
3,300
4,500

120

Sale

10

,

Sale

Mar.

Mar. 30

37

Sale

Sale

22

13", 690

176,200
194,000

Sale
Sale

59 k
6k
55

Sale

3,000
4,300
14,175
13,850
297,600
27,300
1,247,700
473,100

800

lk
4k

45 k
10

Sale

12,600
2,500

2,000
4,875
5,800
126,600
6,000
514,600
184,500

Sale
4k Sale
50
Sale
39 k
50
5k
6k
45 k Sale
2k
2k
41
Sale

10 k

—

653,500 Standard Gas fic Elec.

387,900
3,800
1,000

Sale

14 k

Theatre————*
Petroleum
......1®

12,300 Spencer Kellogg fic Sons..
16,900 Splcer Mfg Co
Preferred A............ II*
2,000
»
35.400 Spiegel-May-Stern Co
989,100 Standard Brands
Preferred
5,600

400

Sale

Si mm 8

130

1,600

Sale

Sale

94 k Sale
102 k 105
19
Sale
5 k Sale
50 k
60

Sale
Sale

Preferred...—...———100

610 Spear fic Co

~4~, 900

Sale

60 k

7k

Trading— £2
—*

159,600 Sparks Wlthlngton Addt'l

180

29

100

Mar. 30

102

Sale
Sale

14

Mar. 30

22

Sale
Sale

4k

——--*

(G F)

Shell Union OH

34

Sale

Sale

89

98 H

53

73k
32k
4k
8k
41k
25k

6k Mar. 12

Sale

39

Shubert

Shattuck

Shell Tranap fic

870

160

60,900

30 k Mar. 24
2k Mar. 27

Sale'

84

Highest.
Sale Prices.

4
46 k Mar.
70k Mar. 16

102

101

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

33 k
Sale

Sale
28 k Sale
32k
35k
9 k Sale
63k
68k
7 k Sale
10
Sale

5,600 Southern Dairies cl B
*•
3.700 Spalding Bros......——..
500 Spalding 1st pref-.-.-..-. 100
*
930 Spang Chalfant fic Co

500

1,000

28
Sale

53 k

Rights
500 Southern Dairies class A—

300

Sale

Highest.
Sale Prices

Sale

Sale

31k
33k
4 k Sale
8 k Sale
39 k Sale
23 k Sale

Sale

11

Sharp fic Dohme—
Preferred

672,100 Sinclair Con Oil Corp——*
19,400
8% preferred... —
*®®

30,100
4,500

73

31k

40 k

Preferred

1.

Lowest.

Ask.

Sale
Sale

48

Sale

24 k

Lead...
.....1®
Stores...........--*

Preferred

JAN.

SINCE

Sale Prices.

March 81.

Ask.

Bid.

Sale

Safeway

586,300

37,200

;

Ask.

St Joseph

16,400
529,200
12,050
148,600
5,600
117,290
1,170
276,120
13,200
53,900
26,000

4,000
216,900
2,800
113,900
4,100

March 2.

1931.
Par

502,300 Reynolds (RJ)Tob cl B
1®
Class A
1®
2,670
1,500 Rhine Westphalia Rlec Pr ...
569,500 Richfield Oil of Calif (New)*
97,400 Rio Grande Oil..————*
10,700 Ritter Dental Mfg ——-*
55,200 Russia Insurance .........1®
20 Royal Bak Powder 6% pf-100
71,800 Royal Dutch Co N ¥ shs_l#0

224.700

33,200
26,100
4,400
14,800

N. Y. STOCK

RANGE

MARCH.

IN

Price

Jan. 1.

Shares.

STOCKS

43

23

Sain

Sale

6k

Mar. 21

.u

a

9

6k

Sale

Mar. 31

sale
10 k Sale
93 k
94
37 k Sale

Mar.
10 k Mar.
z92k Mar. 16
36 k Mar. 30
7
Mar. 31
21k Mar. 31

14

13 k

7

Sale

21k Sale

12

5k Mar. 9
6k Mar. 21
17k Mar. 2

3
7k Jan.
2
6 k Jan.
Mar. 23
Mar.
9 x92k Mar. 16
2
29k Jan.
Mar. 2
7
Mar. 31
Mar. 2
5
21
Jan.
Mar. 9

17 k Mar.

Ilk
94

45 k

9k
23k

14k Mar. 3 21k
Sale
17k
16
l?k 63
Mar. 30 75
64
Sale
74k Sale
120k Mar. 31 122 k
122 k 120 k Sale
11
Mar. 30 13k
Sale
Ilk
13
13
MVo
62 M Mar. 3i
63 k Sale
67 k Sale

122

11

Sale

9k Sale

5._
5k

Mar.

6

5 k Feb. 24

6k Mar. 21
18

94

_

Feb.

25

45k Feb. 27
10
24

14k Feb. 10 21k
75 k
51k Jan.
Mar. 2
Mar. 4 120k Mar. 31 123
4 13k
9k Feb.
Mar. 27
lb' 7a
55U J™.
Mar. 1Q

Mar. 10

Feb. 26

17k Mar. 6
Ilk Feb. 24

Jan.
Feb.

20
24

Mar. 10
Feb. 27
Feb.

10

Mar. 27
T?Vb.

94

40

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-STOCKS

AGGREGATE SALES.
In

PRICES

STOCKS

March.

Jan.

Shares.

Shares.

52,300
6,800
1,224,600
6,300
1,500
16,700

69,100
47,000
3,000
3,382,800
46,200

1.

1931.
Par.

420

Preferred

100

22

Sale

23 &
46

110

4

21,600
22,065
7,000
40

140

2,143,300

2,759,020
37,700

13,800
100

Preferred

160

900

...

220

Universal

96,800
343,200
99,800
52,800
3,900
2,651,150
43,800
5,100

130

290

98,100
12,100

393,400

534 Sale
36

39

*

28

Sale

96

10234

1st ref_.__100

29

38
Sale

27%
1834

♦

U S Distrib Corp

*

...

7

v

Corp.*

v

t c

17

Sale

Sale

3934

3834 Sale
11934 11634 128

.....

734 Sale
6634 6834

3

1034 Sale
*6734 Sale
334 Sale

50

7% preferred..........100
S Tobacco..........
*
100

"3334

3

Sale

"3234

50
Sale

9934 Sale
10234 10234
3
234
334
234

*

*

1,470

20

4,890

Preferred

(6) new
*
380 Virginia Iron, Coal 8c CokelOO
30
Preferred
100

•

28,090 Vulcan

100
7% preferred..........100

10

23,700

117,500 Waldorf System.........

300

600 Walgreen preferred
...100
70,100 Walworth Co
12,110 Ward Baking class A...
*
Class B
*
72,700
5,700
7% preferred..........100

8,800
3,410
15,100
800

1,344,700

Detinning

,013,100
500

Warner Bros Pictures
Preferred

16

Jan.

2

Mar. 23
Mar. 18

i Feb.

2

Mar.

2

25

Mar.

4

50

Mar.

5

7

6

65

J°A

27

434

234 Mar. 25
4134 Mar. 25
Mar. 19

58
3

Mar. 30

Mar.

6

Alar.

»

100

6934 Mar. 6
3134 Mar. 19
5234 Mar. 26

3034 Sale
104

110

32

35
Sale

3434
1934 Sale
10
50

VA

30

Sale

834
9A
7134 Sale

3

Mar. 21

Sale

ilH

Sale

7234

77

107

Sale

29

Sale

3234 Mar. 13
1934 Mar. 9

32

*3234
xl9% Sale
4

10

!*

55
134

1

1034 Sale
8934 Sale

12

Sale

Sale

4334 Sale
934 Sale
1334 Sale
83

Sale

15

Sale

17

8

46
1

9

Mar.

86

20

49%

13% Sale
2634
39

Warner-Quinlan
226,800 Warren Bros new

»

"2", 560

"5",880

6,400

Convertible preferred..._

10

90

1,380

16,900
85,500
96,300
38,400
3.036,410
6,960

6,900

26,700
900
38,350
127,120
25,800
14,400
13,000
3,300
21,400
9,300

200

*

32,800
57,700
10,400
6,700
2,100
500

19,100
6,100
50

306,300
6,400
26,900
21,100
19,500
551,900
1,415,200

200
500

77,200
2,300
261,100
40

17,100
2,100

100

70
Sale

3

39*

"

100

Western Dairy Prod A
Class B

Western

*
*

...

Union

50

23

26

334 Sale
60

SO

Teleg

100

21%

2

4 110

9

42

3734 Mar. 26
2034 Mar. 26

Jan.

2

3734 Mar. 26

Jan.

3
2

Mar. 26
Mar. 20

10

Mar. 20

Jan.

Jan.

90

8

Jan.

42

9

50

Feb.

5

834 Mar. 9
4334 Mar. 31
734 Alar. 2

Jan.

2

73

10

Mar.

Alar.

2

7234 Alar.

4

Mar.

6

Sale

20

Alar.

3

44%
13934
Sale
14634
7134 6634
47
Sale

12

Alar. 27
Alar. 31
Alar.
2

1034 Mar. 17
1534 Mar. 19
8334 Mar. 31
3634
2034
3634
25%
4634
15034

Mar.

6

Mar. 20

122

Mar.

Mar. 10
Mar. 27
Alar. 20
Alar. 23
Mar. 11
Mar. 23

2

Alar.

3054 Mar.
1% Mar.

Mar.

24

6

Mar.

13

Mar.

30

Mar.

2234 Feb.

13

3

Mar.

2

2

71

Mar.

6

66

1634 Mar.

2

1134 Jan.

Mar. 24
3334 Alar. 23
6734 Mar. 19
6534 Mar. 2

10334 Mar.
3334

5 106

31

Mar. 30

60

Mar. 26

55

Mar. 30

1134

21
6

25
Sale

4434

55

Sale

11634

103 %
22

Sale
28

434 Sale
131

Westlnghouse Air Brake
Westlnghouse El 8c Mfg..50

Weston El
Class A

Instr

*

._...*

White Motor

...

*
*

50

White Rk M Spr ctfs_._.._.*
White Sewing Mach..
*

Preferred

*

.........

Wilcox Oil 8c Gas

*

Wilcox-Rich Corp class A...*
Class B

*

Willys-O verlaud
7% preferred
Wilson 8c Co

5

.......100
*

"A"

Preferred
Wool worth (F W)
Worthlngton P 8c M

*

♦JNo

par value.




59

112

Sale

103

Sale

11834 Sale
11134 Sale
39

41

1134 Sale
2:3334 Sale
8634 Sale

118

Sale

105

22% Sale
3534
36
21

Sale

134

-

24

m v*
2lH 2^
1634
5

Sale

5234 Sale

?$■
5%

VA
6

40

8

634

Sale

Sale
10

634
Sale

\VA 20
Sale
J* Sale
334
AW 11*

49

Sale

35

4534 Sale
4

Sale

24

35

36

37

131

Sale
34

2834 Sale
IN Sale

2%
2334 Sale

5334 Sale
6034 Sale
7134 90

Sale

6234 Sale
9834 Sale
92

95
Sale

26

Sale

45

1134 Mar. 10

1634 Mar.

2

94

434 Alar.

3834 Mar.

4834 Mar.

2434
3634

Mar.
Alar.

1

Mar.

5

Feb.

17
18

2734 Mar. 12
854 Jan. 30
5734 Jan. 30

Jan.

1134 Mar. 10

2034 Feb. 17
403a Jan.
9

Jan.

19

Jan.

16

"734 Feb"." "4

Jan.

2

4634 Feb. 27

24

Mar.

4

5634 Mar. 14
10234 Mar. 2
10434 Mar. 3
97

Mar.

2

11534 Mar.
10834 Mar.

2

35

834
12934
3354
8534
10434
23

3

44

4

Mar. 28

3434
2834
134
2034
4354
334
734

20

20

Sale
Sale

734 Sale
8

Sale

634 Sale
5034 Sale
234
2 34

oVA

34

a

7 34

Sale

6234 Sale
8534 Sale
8234 8934

20
2

19
28

30
27

30
9

45

78
20

20

77

62

85
Sale

6834

24

7
30

Jan.

60

Jan.

Jan.

1

Jan.

99

Jan.

2634 Mar. 20
5734 Feb. 11
10434 Mar. 31

103

Jan.

112

Mar. 19
Mar. 2
Mar.
2

Mar. 19

120

Mar. 17

Jan.

11134 Mar. 28
4434 Feb. 20
1234 Mar. 25

Jan.
Jan.
._

33

Alar.

Mar. 19

20
8

Mar. 21
Mar. 19
Mar. 20
Mar.
3
Mar.

3

Mar.

3

Mar. 25
Mar.

2

95

Mar.

w*

Mar.

7
9

Mar.

2

8034 Mar.

4

26

2734 Mar. 6
1534 Mar. 20

*88
iS8

Jan.

8234 Jan.
10334 Jan.

2034 Jan.

734 Mar. 9
934 Mar. 26

Mar. 27

103

Jan.

33

Mar. 27
Mar. 16
234 Mar. 3
24
Mar.
2
4734 Mar. 20
4
Mar.
2

7
14

Jan.

2

30

1234 Mar. 30
75

Mar.

3

Mar. 30

1234 Sale

Feb.

1

2134 Feb.
5434 Jan.

27

Mar. 20

32
6

334 Jan.

2534 Mar. 10

5434
334
934
3234 Mar. 30 4934
5954 Mar. 5 6534
8234 Mar. 13 10034

1834

75

Jan.

3540

234 Mar. 23
634 Mar. 27

75

23

24

Mar. 19

Mar. 21
3
2
Mar.

534 Mar.

93
78

2634 Sale

Feb.

4134 Jan.

1234 Mar. 25

Mar. 31 14534
Mar. 31
3534
Mar. 31 10434
Mar. 25 118

30

Sale
Sale

b

Mar.

15

134
2034
4334
334

2

Mar.
5
Mar. 20
Mar.
2
10434 Mar. 31
112
Mar. 27
103
Mar. 19
120
Mar. 17
11134 Mar. 28

Mar.

28

Sale

3

Mar. 20

454 Mar. 19

60

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
634 Mar.
26
Mar.

30

32

4

72

130
Sale

Mar. 14

4}
27}

634 Mar.
4534 Alar.

25

234 Sale

1334 Jan.
•334 Jan.

Mar. 24

38

26

Sale

19

Mar. 24

3

5
6

Sale

80

Feb.

5634 Mar.

54

74

75

17

Mar. 16

2134 Mar.
534 Mar.

25

80

334 Feb. 20
7134 Jan.
7

Feb.

2734 2834
1334 Sale

75

5
5

15

7834 Sale

2234 Sale
7034
85

16
25

Mar.

2534 Sale
934 Sale

75

24
26

11

Mar. 10

1034
19
6634 Sale

69

24

28

Mar. 31

Mar.
6
Mar. 13
Mar. 28
Mar. 30

130
•

25

57

Sale

100

(Blue) certificates

44,700 Zenith Radio Corp

2434

10434 Sale

Sale

Sale

Dlssented-Black-Stamped*
14,500

134

10334

3334

91%

37

6,600 Yale 8c Town e
35
767,200 Yel Trk 8c C'ch class B.IIlO
1,030
7% preferred
......100
55,800 Young Spring 8c Wire
»
4,300 Youngst'n Sh & Tube
•

1

145
35

100

700
7% preferred "A"
100
2,500
6% preferred B
100
1,430 Wright Aeronautic........ *
154,800 Wrigley (Wen) Jr
*

60

Sale

110

Westvaco Chlorine Prod
Wextark Radio Stores

Sale

834 Sale

Alar. 11

Jan.

94

2

80

39

Mar. 27
Feb. 26
Mar. 23

Feb.

60

97

Mar. 10

90

2734 Mar.

11534
10834 Sale

6

Mar. 21

Alar. 31
1334 Mar. 2
2734 Mar. 12
Mar.
2

Mar. 31
4
Mar.

45

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar.

Alar. 20

Feb.
Feb.
2
Feb.
28
Feb.
7634 Mar.
14
Jan.
30
Mar.

106

Mar.

Mar. 31

20

Sale

33

7% 1st preferred........50

Sale

Sale

1B*
IgfH

25

Mar. 23
Mar. 19

31

434 Sale
39

5

Jan.

60

3634
2034
3634
2554
46%

Feb.

Mar. 17
Mar. 19

3334
6734
7134
9134
2734

47

106

7

Jan.
2
Mar. 30

22

12

Feb. 24
Feb. 24
Mar. 24
Mar. 27
Alar. 31

4134 Jan.
9134 Mar.
2234 Jan.

2834
434

Sale

2

9834 Jan.

234 Mar. 28

"45""
4834
3034 Sale
2734
4
434
534

Sale

19

Alar. 30

20
Sale

57

2

Mar. 30

1234 Sale

2534 Sale

6

Feb.

5

50

7734
1034
1534
8334

2 150

28

13

25

10334 Sale

5

24

66

67
Sale

ffi*

2

Jan.

13

1634 Sale

Sale

2

10034 Jan.

70

30

10534

6
2

10

11

I**

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 12

Mar.

92
11

80

1134
2034
1834
42%
13734
14334
6034

10

Sale

Sale

2

7634 Mar. 25

94

634 Sale

7

Mar.

97

irA

Jan.

2634 Jan.

Mar.

3

Sale

40

2

2134 Jan.
34 Jan.
1734 Jan.
4534 Jan.

9134 Mar. 14

5734

Jan.

136

3
Alar.
Mar. 31
Alar. 2 150
Mar. 3
7134

Mar. 21

2534 Alar.

Sale

Mar. 31
Jan.
2

1234

57

58*

2

66

60

Mar. 21

90

Jan.

27

234

Mar. 24
Mar. 26

5034 Mar. 21
7
134 Jan.

Jan.

Mar. 25

2

Sale

234

39

7

3034 Mar. 24

Alar.

9134 Mar. 14

5634

Mar. 20

2034 Mar. 10

88

23

1334
2534 Sale

Jan.

Mar.

42

92

92

Jan.

5034 Alar. 21
134 Aiar. 3
1134 Mar. 17

1034 Mar. 31

7

3134 Feb. 19
5 10834 Mar. 23
26
834 Feb. 20
5
Mar. 27

Jan.

Mar. 20
2

Mar. 30

334 Jan.

Feb.

Sale

54

116

3734 Mar. 17

Jan.

90

97
104 34
96

Feb. 10
Mar. 6
Feb. 27
6734 Feb. 27
4
Feb.
9
60
Jan.
9

Alar. 26
Mar. 21

23

9134

o

20

2

3

Mar. 24

Sale

.1

6% preferred

50

181,500
2,900
4,800
5,000
10,300
216,400
536,000

1,100

25

30,000 Wesson Oil 8c Snowdrift
*
7,300
Preferred new
*
1,500 West Penn El Co "A".
*
2,510
7% preferred
.....100
1,670
Preferred (6)
100
1,884 West Penn Pow pref 7%..100

840
570
300

4,400
43,300
31,700
9,500
1,135,260
1,670

Preferred

2034
42

..*

220 Wells Fargo & Co

14,600
2,500
530
1,090

Sale

._*

15,700 Warren Fdry 8c Pipe....
7,200 Webster Elsenlohr

600

"4% Sale"
2734

1st preferred

2

Mar. 30
Jan.
2

Mar. 10

Mar.

Sale

10334 Sale 10534
27
3234 30

Sale

4*5*

12

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 24 110

3034 Alar. 30
1434 Mar. 7

3034 Sale

Sale

7034
1634 Sale

2

3034 Mar.

3734 Sale
10834 110

o

Sale

94%

45

2

1034 Mar.
6734 Mar.
334 Mar.

4734 Mar. 30 5334 Mar. 16
3134 Mar. 3 8734 Mar. 17
Mar. 30
9934 Mar. 2 103

Mar. 23

2

60

Sale

2

29
17

Feb.

Jan.

65

12

Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

2734 Mar. 31 3134 Mar. 5
3034
2734 Sale
Mar. 26 10834 Alar. 23
104
10834 104
10834 106
Sale
Sale
634 Mar. 16 AH Alar. 19
734
734
Alar. 27
44
44% Mar. 14
47% 4734 49

90

85

7

6934 Mar. 6
3134 Mar. 19
5234 Mar. 26

Jan.

u

45

Sale

60

22%
90 %

2

19

Sale

50,

43

2

Jan.

Mar. 23
Jan.
9

11

2834 Feb. 26

30 103

3

22

W*

Feb.

2

Mar. 26

2 122

Feb. 16
Mar. 31
Jan.
2

2

Mar. 23

59

2734 Mar. 2
4134 Mar. 26

Jan.

70

Sale

2

Prices.
2634 Feb. 13
2534 Jan.
3
3834 Mar. 26

Jan.

Sale

1134

Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

Mar. 31

Mar. 18
Jan.
2

Alar. 26

Rights

3l", 900

4,500
88,500

1.

Sale

Mar. 21

Sale

2

67 ]A
10 34

59

Virginia Elec & Power—
160

JAN.

Highest.

Prices.
Mar. 12

2734 Alar. 2
41% Mar. 26

3 122

Mar.

13634 141
13634 141
116
115
250
11834 113
3034 Sale
2634
2734 Sale
1
Sale
134
134
24
16
20
2634
1734
6734 Sale
6634 Sale
6234
10
10
10
734
14
2934 4334 3134 4334 30

10

190

54
Sale

4

2

4134 46
834 Sale
Sale
59

2834
22
Sale
2134
45
4434
4634
149
Sale
13934
14634 Sale
14934
6634
6734
7034

50

.100

49

Sale

6834 7434
2634 Sale
5134 Sale

Sale

43

29

100

...

Sale

3434 Sale
1634 Sale

100

Utah Copper
Utilities P 8c L "A"

Sale

65

2734 Sale
5034 Sale

4734 Sale

*

.....

16,300 Va-Caro Chem
4,300
7% prior pref
5,600
6% preferred

280

SINCE

Lowest.

Sale Prices.
24
Mar.
2
2334 Mar. 10
3834 Mar. 26

Mar.

18

44

"5% Sale'
Sale

U S Smelt Ref 8c Mg
Preferred

Sale

25

1st preferred.......100

United States Steel..

Sale

18
6

Sale

354

100

6

Sale

2§!

4

Mar. 31

3734 Mar. 13

Sale

ug»

Mar. 18
Mar.
5

Mar.

23

116
5

88

*

Prior preferred v t c

Sale

2334 Sale

43,840 Vad 8co Sales Corp
2,400
Preferred
........100
3,161,500 Vanadium Corp....
*
590 Van Raalte Co...
*
280 Van Raalte 7% 1st pref._100

3,900
1,200
1,100

Sale

58

23

78
Sale

Sale

....

3234

34

Sale

63 34

t c

Preferred

Sale

1134

.20
*

22

Sale

.100

U S Realty 8c Impt.....
U S Rubber

U

7 34
76

*

U S Indus Alchol

Sale

134 Sale

*

Preferred

U S Freight

8%

49

22

Sale

100

U S Gypsum Co
U S Hoffman Mach...

U S Leather

19
10

2034 Mar. 12

2134 Sale

Sale

Highest.

Prices.

Sale

Sale

26

o

Preferred..............100
U S Express.
.......
U S Foreign Securities

10

20

Pict

v

wk%

23 34 Sale
101
102

*

1st preferred

Class A

Sale
Sale
Sale

2%

U S Cast Iron Pipe & F

4,700

24,600
190,200
39,400
28,100
1,200
865,700
13,700
2,300

160

100

49
Sale

....100

Preferred

1,080
489,000
8,000
6,800
3,200
6,500
47,400
7,900
32,350
37,100
13,300
270,300
26,800
23,900

197,600
4,800
1,000
2,700
1,300
17,800
3,900
17,800
16,500
8,500
111,600
13,400
17,100
1,700

1,462,500

101

100

50,900 United Stores A......
Preferred
14,900
23,100 Universal Leaf Tobacco

830

900

*

Piece Dye Works.
Preferred

Sale

Ask.

Sale

iM

50

"2734

110,700 United

17,200
4,200
19,700
130

234

*

500 United Paperboard Co

26,600

52

...100

United Gas 8c Impt Co
Preferred

65
Sale

Ik*

.....

97,000 United Electric Coal
*
86,065 United Fruit..
._..*
27,500 Universal Pipe 8c Rod Co..*

15
Sale
Sale

-

6134
1634
44%
2

...100

...

.

RANGE

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Sale

118

10

2034

.

Preferred.

March 2.
Bid.

Sale

20
1534
33 34 Sale

140 United Dye wood
130

Sale

25

130 United Business Publishers.*

90

Ask.

Bid.

*
360,900 United Carbon
75,400 United Cigar Stores new... 10
5,550
7% preferred..........100
6,380,914 United Corp............
*
Preferred
*
106,383

60

MACRH.

Jan. 2

131,900 Union Oil, California
25
*
14,200 Union Tank Car
3,091,500 United Aircraft & Tr Corp__*
Preferred
50
22,000
4,900 United American Bosch Corp*
*
31,400 United Biscuit of Am...

250
50

IN

Price

N.7. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

15

40

}

Feb.

21
26

Feb.

27

Mar. 16

Jan.

5

3634 Jan.

1934 Jan.

3

28

1

Jan.

14

2034 Mar. 28
39

24

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

5
13

234 Jan.
3
2634 Jan. 12
4734 Mar. 20

Jan.

7

234 Jan.

3

4

5

934 Feb. 27
934 Mar. 26

6

Jan.

634 Mar.
20

Jan.

434 Jan

9
29

Mar. 19
Mar. 19

Feb.
Feb.

li'i

934 Jan.

12

10

65% Mar. 25
7

95

Mar.

27

Mar.
9
Feb. 25

Jan.

Jan.

17

Jan.

10634 Feb. 24

1134 Feb.
6634 Jan.

75

30

5434 Mar. 20

Jan.
23a Jan.
634 Jan.
3234 Mar.
5434 Jan.
5934 Jan.
8934 Feb.

25

2

8

.

443I

70

Mar.

8034 Mar.
6

2

30

Jan.

4
23

1534 Mar. 20

Jan.

5

76

Mar. 19

2234 Mar. 30

2734 Mar. 10

2234 Jan.

29

29

Feb.

24

69

77

69

Mar. 28

78

Feb.

28

Mar. 11
Mar. 28

76

Mar. 19

Mar.

2

534 Mar.

2

130

334 Sale

334 Mar. 30

234 Jan.

2

534 Feb. 27

New York Curb

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD
'W-r'-

RANGE OF PRICES ON NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

March

Shares

Jan. 1 to March 31

March

27,294,900
62,033,275

14,089,000
35,387,000

■

}■■■■:

1930.

1931.

Bond Sales.

1930.

1931.

$104,757,000
200,726,000

$93,136,000
245,758,000

Jan. 1 to March 31

/

AGGREGATE

PRICES

SALES.

NEW YORK
In

March.

Shares.

Shares.

Jan.

JAN.

SINCE

1.

2.
March 2.

1931.
INDUSTRIAL

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

Par.

AND

Ask.

Bid.

Bid.

Lowest.

Highest

Lowest.

Highest.

Ask.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

24

10

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

MISCELLANEOUS

400

1,400

Acetol Products. Inc. A
'*•
150 Acme Steel common.......25

300

300 Acme Wire Co

150

150 Adams Millis 7% 1st pf

—

-ft

100
600

3,500
37,600
30,700
>
550
1,500
800

1,000
500
475
50

v

500 Aeronautical Indus

4% Ma,r. 18

4% Sale

"K "lYs

750 Ala Gt Sou RR ordinary
Preference
60

4%
7%

4

5%
11% Sale

4

5

8

IK
15
4

3%

9

18 Ys
10

%
OH
9

Sale
Sale

Sale

17% Sale
% Sale

83

8%
%

11
Sale

11K
12
1% Sale
9

10

12

Mar.

95

Mar. 11

10

10

13

1 Ys
8
9

V/s

Mar. 26

10

3% Mar. 30

4

2

Mar. 26
Mar.

6

^

.

700
600

2,600
1,500

*

General Corp.20
*
500 Alliance Investment com

39

Feb.

12

Mar.

94% Mar. 16
% Feb. 25

95

10

29
3

11

Mar. 24

6% Feb.

2

22

Mar. 21

11% Jan.

18**
83%
12%
1%

Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 19
Mar. 2

Mar. 13

73

Mar. 30

10H Mar. 3
IK Mar. 18
8% Mar. 10
% Mar. 19

9

Mar. 26

Ya Mar.

3

5

Jan.

8

Jan.

5

10*
A"

Mar. 24
Mar. 21

Mar. 26

Feb.

13

18% Mar. 31

Feb.

67

2

Mar. 11
y

22

Mar. 26

3% Jan.

3

9

7
11

Feb.

!iM

Mar. 31

Feb.

31

1H Feb. 28

% Jan.
6% Feb.
Ya Jan.

Mar. 26

9

Ya Mar.

3

Mar.

5

92

Mar. 10

75

Jan.

92

Mar. 10

95

50

Alexander Industries

9

81

Sale

90

50

All America

Jan.

18

Jan.

Mar. 26

Mar.

9

Mar. 26

95

Mar. 26

95

Mar. 26

% Mar. 9
OH Mar. 12

11

91% Jan.
% Jan.
9% Jan.

ii*

Mar. 29

J

V

4% Feb.
10

18% Mar.

Sale

21

Mar. 26

94% Mar. 16

10%

100

warr

100 Aero Supply Mfg class A
*
Class B
*
2,600
6,600 Aero Underwriters Corp
•
*
74,100 Affiliated Products Inc...
33,700 Agfa Ansco Corp com
Preferred
100
1,025
6,100 Ainsworth Mfg Corp com
*
4,850 Air Investors Inc com v t c..»
Convertible preference.. *
1,800
Warrants
1,500

5Ys Mar. 30

38

Sale

12

25

t c

%
1
9% Sale

H
OH

15

H Sale
OH Sale

H Mar. 17
Mar. 26

8

8

Feb.

Jan.
Feb.

7
2

Allied Aviation Industries

700

2,500
400

600

5,000
7,800
1,300

With stock pur warrants
Allied Mills Inc
Allied Motor Indus

600 Allied Product

20,850
2,800

41,050
7,500

6,400

306

200

309
306

1,100
m

—

•»

«•

—

100

•» —

200
10

—

—

200

1,900
2,875
76,200
3,700
100

15,700
«••»«•••••■•

23,800
150
10

14,600
7,100
2,200
400
250

250

100
•»

mm

mm mm

4C0

.....100

100

24,000
9,300
1,050
4,800

Mar. 24

Mar.

3 109% Mar. 23

Mar.

9 102

preferred

28%

80

90

72

Mar. 24

3

Mar. 26

363

Series B warrants

w

1

55

Sale

42

Mar.

6

60

Mar. 26

372

Series C warrants

w

i

56

360

Series D warrants

w

1

Mar. 26
Mar. 26

cum

100

*

14

100 Aluminum Industries com..*

5

100 Aluminum Manufactures
American Arch Co

IS*

...100

Amer Austin Car Com

18

31%
Sale

1

25

shares
com

.....

33
90

Corp...____*

650 Amer Hard Rubber Co....100
190 American Hardware
25
Investors

com

cl

B.I.*

Warrants..

500

19

25

20

29

2

4%

"2%
4 Ys

Sale

5

68

7Vs Sale
1%
2

Mar. 19

25% Mar.
1

Mar.

5
3

33 K Mar. 19

2%

Sale

"3 % Sale

4%

4H Mar. 16
Mar. 12

50

4 Ys

Sale
Sale

5

American Meter Co

preferred

60

Mar. 26

60

Mar. 26

35

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

60

Mar. 26

14

Jan.

16% Mar.

26
33

1%

25% Mar.
5
IK Mar. 2
33 Ya Mar. 19

24

Jan.

4% Mar. 16
90

Mar. 12

4

2% Mar. 12

3

4Ya Mar.

5

6

Mar.

27% Mar.

67

Sale

11K Sale
1H Sale

Sale

65

5

Mar. 19
Jan.

10

2

65

4

67

Mar. 24

% Feb.
28% Jan.

9
1% Jan.
33% Mar. 19

92

Feb.

4% Mar.
87

Sale
IK
IK

12
7

20
Sale

12

23

18

5

Sale

Mar.

Mar. 28

90

1% Jan.

Jan.

2

2

26

Feb.

6

65

16

5%
j

5%

Mar. 4
14% Mar. 19
5H Mar. 30
_

43

50

45

50

7% Sale

6% Sale

2K

2

Sale
Sale

17

15
12

Jan.

2

Mar.

4

18
xXi

Mar.

7

Jan.

Mar.

Mar. 19
Jan.
2

25"" ~33~'

4H Mar. 30
Mar. 14

49% Mar. 4
OH Mar. 31
2

Mar. 28

5

9

Jan.

12

12% Feb. 24
2

17

Jan.
5
Mar. 27

7% Feb. 26
23

23

5% Mar. 2
35% Mar. 19

49% Mar
7% Mar
2% Mar
39% Mar

Feb.

26

52

4% Jan.

2

Jan.

2

27

x24

Mar. 13

27

Mar

34

25

Mar.

26

Mar

22% Jan.

14

47

Mar. 24

49% Mar

39% Jan.

Mar.

9

19

Mar.

9

19

Mar.
3% Mar.

4

18

Mar. 16

16

35% Mar. 30
5

sin
x24

16

2

OK Mar. 24

Feb.

10

13

7% Feb. 26
2% Feb. 27

Mar. 30

45

Jan.

23

30

Jan.

28

Jan.

7
5

17

51

Feb. 24

9

19

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

3% Mar. 25

3% Jan.

7

5

Mar. 24

Jan.

Mar. 13

1% Jan.

3% Sale

11

Jan.

30
49

35 4 Mar.

34

11

25

65% Mar. 10
30% Mar. 10
67% Jan.
5

2

24

18

21

Feb.
Feb.

Jan.

3%

Mar.

2%
35%

Sale

Feb.

6

13

24

39%

5

10

21% Jan.

22

4% Sale

11% Mar.
1% Mar.

20

Mar. 12

2% Mar. 12

3% Jan. 26
5
9% Feb.
60% Feb.

Mar.

Feb.

4% Mar. 16

Jan.

5

5% Mar.
65% Mar.
30% Mar.

9K

16

5

6

25
29

Sale

5

14

Mar.

2H Mar.

Sale'

48

Amer Transformer common.*

Mar. 26

25

4K Mar.

Sale

5%

30
28

Mar. 24

60

92% Feb.

19

44

15

Mar. 23

102

Mar. 19

25

2%

35
45

Mar. 24

17% Feb. 27

4%

Ys

4

18

"4%

Mar. 27

59% Jan.
90% Feb.
28% Jan.

8% Jan.

65%

20

v

1

2

5

27%

42

20

com

Mfg Co common.....100

Clavs B

29 r
Sale

6

Feb. 25
Jan.
9
Jan.
5

17% Feb.

65

Amer

Amer Thread

24

10% Mar.

%
% Jan.
5Ya
4% Jan.
1% Feb. 24
4%
24% Mar. 24 29
140% Jan. 14 224
106% Jan.
3 109%

90

1K Sale
31K. 40

4

Amer Maize Products com..

100 Amer Phenix Corp
50
200 Amer Pneumatic Serv com_25
400 Amer Potash & Chem
...»

141,000
6,100
164,700

14

1%

1%

Amer Laund Mach

14

90

300 American Fork 5c Hoe com..*

Amer

60

Mar. 11

2

.........

57,300
16,700
3,525
1,100
1,700
1,325

60

6

15

cl A*

...

Amer Founders

6

Mar.

Sale

3 Ys

Amer British 9c Contr Corp.*
Amer Brown Boverl El Corp

Common class B
*
11,800
3,300
$5.50 prior preferred
*
3,000
$3 preferred..
4,750 American Cigar Co. com..100
1,700 Amer Cyanamid com class A.*
218,000
Conimon.cl B
...20
7,700 Amer Dept Stores Corp....
100
7% 1st pref series A
100
American Equities com
44,100

68,300

Mar.

47

15

25

»

500 Amer Capital Corp

46

Sale

15% Sale

*

300 Amer Bakeries Corp class A.*
150
7% preferred
100
200 Amer Beverage Corp
*
20 American Book Co
100

Founders'

Sale

56

3,400 Aluminum Goods Mfg

.

2
4

8

9

2% Feb. 25
18

Mar. 16

3% Mar. 25

22

7

Feb.

20

3% Mar. 5
28% Mar. 13

5

Jan.

24

Jan.

Corp—

t c...

.....*

$3 cum pref

3 K Sale

3K Sale

___*

Amsterdam Trading Co
American shares

......

*
10,100 Anchor Post Fence com
32,700 Anglo-Chile Nitrate Corp
•
Anglo Norwegian Holdings.*
1,000

200 Apex Electrical Mfg

*

24,100 Apponaug Co com
13,400 Arcturus Radio Tube com..*
2,650 Armstrong Cork com.......*
*
8,800 Art Metal Works com
450 Arundel Corp

*

4% Sale
29

American Yvette Co com..

'IK "2"

Sale

3% Mar. 5
28% Mar. 13
V/a Mar. 5

4% Mar. 20
30% Mar. 23
5% Mar. 26

1

10%

20

3% Sale
8

Sale

10

16

15%
5

12 H
8

5% Sale

20
Sale

Sale

Sale

11

11

8

12

69 %

6

Sale

20%
3%
38

24
5%

o§K

23

25

7% Sale

Sale
5% Sale
20
21%
7 Ys Sale

16
4%
10%
2%

Mar. 24

11

Mar. 10

Mar. 20
Mar. 30
Mar. 18

64% Mar. 17
4% Mar. 21
21% Mar. 27
7

Mar.

4

17% Mar. 30
5% Mar. 11
15

Jan.

6

7% Jan.

100 Amoskeag Mfg common.....»

300

Mar. 13 224

109

59% Sale

Amer Utilities & Gen

300

155

191

60

175

3,400
19,400

Sale

109% 109% Sale

92% Mar.

4,400

6,100

Mar. 27

Sale

109

6

75

162,300

29

163

3

900

47,300

149% Sale
106% 107

2

Mar. 16

Mar.

5,600

3,800

*

common

Ya Mar.
5

3Va Mar. 12

92% Mar.

4,600

•» m m •»

4

41

900
'

H Sale

Sale

600

'

2

55

1,600

m m m ■»

4

1

41,300

:

5
4

w

100

■

4H
2

Series A warrants

7,500
100

6%

4&

27%

Aluminum Ltd

306

7,500
1,200
1,431

4%

A

conv

Preferred...

Aluminum Co

H Sale

*

com

% Mar. 9
4H Mar. 4
3H Mar. 12
24H Mar. 24

12

30% Mar. 23
5% Mar. 26
7% Jan. 17

17% Mar. 30
5% Feb. 13

I'iXi Jan.
14% Jan.

3% Jan.
7% Jan.
2% Jan.

15
3

3

Mar. 21
Mar.
9

11

Mar. 10

10

Jan.

11

Mar. 10

72% Mar. 27
5% Mar. 6
22% Mar.
9

54

Feb.

72%
6%
26%
8%
41%

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

8% Mar. 16

4% Jan.
21% Mar. 27
4% Jan. 15
38

Sale

Jan.

2

Mar. 21
Mar.
9

27
26

13
24

7

Associated Elec Industries—

11,500

24,300

American deposit rects

£1

4% Sale

100

33**

3,400

10,900 Associated Rayon Corp com.*
39,900
6% Conv pref
...100
6% pref ctfs of dep
100
3,400

1,600

4,500 Atlantic Coast Fisheries....*

3%

20

15,500 Atlantic Fruit ft Sugar.....*
•
7,300 Atlantic Securities com

5% Sale

3

Sale

3

20 Atlantic Coast Line Co_.__50

6,900
3,400

Sale

400 Associated Laundries com..*

3,600
10,700

5K

200

1,700

200

$3 pref with warr..
5,200 Atlas Plywood......

For footnotes see page




54.

34

55 %

Sale

57%

Sale

61

2% Mar.
55% Mar.
56

%

4H

8

Sale"
12

6

Sale

13

% Sale
11% Sale

*
•

5% Mar.
% Mar.

8%

11%

12"

"l2%

12%

"14"

4H
110%
%
11%
36%
11

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5% Mar. 6
% Mar. 13
3% Mar. 6
60

Mar. 27

59% Mar. 30
8

Mar.

2

110% Mar.

4

% Mar. 26
13

Mar. 20
Mar. 13

Mar.
Mar.

37

Mar.

14% Mar. 10

4% Jan.
% Mar.
% Jan.
34

Jan.

56

Mar.

4% Jan.
110% Mar.

% Jan.
6% Jan.

36% Mar.
8% Jan.

5% Mar.

6

Jan.
3
Feb. 24
Mar. 27
59% Mar. 30
8
Mar. 2
110% Mar. 4
Jan.
8
13% Feb. 26
37
Mar. 13
4

60

14% Mar. 10

\

42

NEW YOEK CUBE EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE

SALES.

PRICES

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

March.

Jan. 1.

Share*.

Shares.

84,400
7,400
3,700
5,900
5,900
300

175

50

.

1.500 Bellanca Aircraft

500

v

2,100
400

1,750
20

400 Blauner's

100

4X Sale

*

»

common..

1.400 Bohack (H C) Co
50
7% 1st pref

50

Ask

5X Sale

OX Sale
2

Sale

4

Sale
Sale

10

23

29

25X
20

UX

4X
40

4

38 X
108

104

IX
IX
37X

2
2

Sale

108

IX
IX

2
2

2934
10$i

15

4X

534

40 X

41%

115
IX Sale

108

1034 Mar. 30
Mar.

24

10

*

com

Mar.

108

...

4~X
...

3

"24"
15^ 17

20

200 Bowman-Bilt Hotels

200

200
100
!

600
600

3% Sale
30 X Sale
10X 15
75

70

15M

•

20

Jan.

5

Jan.

8

Mar. 10
Jan.

4134 Mar. 10
Mar. 19

16
22

Jan.

5

134 Mar. 21
234 Mar. 28

19

Jan.
Jan.

100

14

Feb.

854 Mar. 20
2X Mar. 19
834 Feb. 16

4

16

Feb.

14

3034 Mar. 20
1634 Mar. 5
Feb.

6

26

4134 Mar. 10
Jan.

4 110

134 Mar. 30
134 Jan.
7

15

Feb.

13

28

254
234
3734
1934

Feb.

27

7134 Mar.

3

Mar.

6

*

Jan. 14
Mar. 28
Jan. 21
Jan. 28

*

*

Class A

I
I*

*

15,500 Brit-Amer Tob Ord bearer.£1
Amer dep receipts reg
1,300
£1

24

§9^

Mar. 31

84

Mar. 25

Feb.

17

26

Feb.

Jan.

20

Jan.

2

1654 Feb. 18
654 Feb. 27
3834 Mar. 2

1254

Feb.

2

Jan.

13

2

254

4X

7
2

5

634

134 Mar. 12
634 Mar. 17
21

21

20

Mar. 25

Mar. 18

6

Mar. 31
Mar. 25

96

1434 Mar. 10
54 Mar.
6
134 Mar.
4
5

Mar.

L60

Mar. 26

8

7X

IX
21

24H Sale

7

Jan.

75

[7734 Mar.

5

24

3

Jan.

2

IVA

19C*

80
103
Mar.
6 103
88 34 Jan. 21
96
Mar. 27 160
130

Feb.

19

Mar. 27
Mar.

6
Mar. 31
Mar. 25

17534 Jan.j 22 17734 Jan.

28

6

Mar. 25

Jan.

9

6

154 Mar. 17

Feb.

26

634 Mar. 3
2134 Mar. 19

Jan.

6

154 Mar. 17
OX Mar. 3

21" Mar. 18

2134 Mar. 19

18

2454 Jan.
2054 Jan.

1054 Mar.

3

1734 Mar. 24
X Mar. 5
154 Mar. 10
5

Mar.

6

Jan.

54
1054
1734
X

Feb.

24

Feb.

19

2034 Mar. 21

1934 Jan.

16

134 Mar. 19
2854 Mar. 3

Feb.'

3

23

Jan.

6

31

Feb.

11

4

1934 Mar.
2
1934 Mar. 30

1954 Sale

Mar.

54 Feb. 20
434 Feb. 19
1134 Jan. 20

24

Feb. 20
Mar. 3
Mar. 24
Mar. 5
234 Feb. 24

54 Mar. 28

34 Mar. 28

554

2
734

134
434

25

Feb.

I

L03

Mar. 10
1834 Feb. 25
Mar.
5
Jan. 21

Feb.

Mar. 27

6

Mar. 12

28

80

Mar.

1V*

25

Mar. 28

17734 Mar.

hH

19

Mar. 27

Mar. 27

Sale*

Feb.

Mar. 16
Mar. 2
Mar. 2
Mar. 5

84

Mar. 30

X

2

1634
634
3834
2034

102 X 110

»

334 Jan. 15
10X Mar, 25

26

Mar. 17

_*
•

5

69

Mar. 25
Mar. 30

80

.x

3
6

Mar. 12
Mar. Id

19

1734 Mar. 20
2934 Mar. 5
2934 Mar. 26

38X Sale
20
2034
73

7134 Mar.
434 Mar.

Mar. 30
5
1534 Mar.
5
5
Mar.

Sale

6

2

26

100

com.

1,600 Bridgeport Machine com
1.700 Brill Corp class A
Class B
1,150
1,800 Brillo Mfg Co common..
700

700
2,000

334 Jan.

Mar. 26

5

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices.

Mar. 20
4
2934 Mar.
6
2534 Mar.
8034 Mar. 31

27
Sale

24

Mar.

*17

17X Sale
29X
25X Sale
29

22" "24"'

Mar. 31

9
434 Mar.
1654 Mar. 25

7

4X
.....

Sale

•

com..

16,500 Bourjois Inc
7,400 Bower Roller Bearing

5,000
7,000

Mar. 20
Mar. 19
Mar. 2
Mar. 2
Mar. 20

1634 Mar.

2 110

134 Mar. 30
134 Mar. 3

69

76X

69

"3X

100

300 Botany Cons Mills

100

7

1534 Mar. 24
434 Mar. 10
3934 Mar. 9

834
234
634
1534
3034

31

100
70 Boss Manufacturing com
*
30 Boston Ac Albany RR__
100

70

4

Mar. 30

Sale

Prices.

35
23

31
2034

55

Sale

Prices.

554 Mar.
134 Mar.
4

750 Bo rg-Warner Corp pref

150

1'

1934 Jan.

3

2

Sale

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

6X Sale
15 X Sale

100

t c

2,000 Bliss (E W) & Co common...*
121,600 Blue Ridge Corp com
.__*
Opt 6% Conv pref..
53,950
50
5,900 Blumenthal (S) Ac Co com
*

700

JAN.

!

8,300 Benef Indus Loan com.__.__*
2,700 Benson Ac Hedges common..*
5,000 Bickford's Inc com
....._.*
$2.50 cum conv pref
1,100
2,925 Bigelow-Sanford Carpet
*
20
6% preferred..........100

600

200

.

Baumann (Lud) fc Co
Conv 7% 1st oref
175

8,300

- 1

Bahla

Corp common
*
Preferred
.25
400 Bancomit Corp common..__*
100 Bastian Blessing Co
*
*

<■—— mm — —

.

March 2.

Ask.

A com...10

778 Babcock Ac Wilcox Co.....100

6,300
2,300

1,700
1,800

1,000
34,000
15,100
1,900

Bid.

800 Aviation Secur of New Eng.*

1,400 Axton-Fisher Tob

800

SINCE

2

1931.
INDUS. & MISC. (Con.) Par

124,908 Atlas Utilities Corp com
*
Warrants
17,504
15,900 Automatic Voting Mach com *
Cony prior participating.-.*
36,200
16,400 Aviation Corp of the Amer
*
1,300 Aviation Securities Corp
*

600

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Price
Jan.

Jan.

6

6

Feb.

25

6
20
10
2

21

3
27

British Celanese—

6.200
500
m —

—

—

—

—

900

3,000
2,900
700

2,100
500

American dep receipts..
17,200
3,400 Bulova Watch Co $3.50 con pf *
*
2,600 Burco Inc com
6% pref with warrants. .50
2,000
Warrants
6,600
5,600 Burma Corp, Amer dep rets
20
5,200 Butler Bros

mm —mm

mm

—

mm

"50
400
200

1.700

4,100 Cable Radio Tube
(>X%

cum

350
mm

mm

—

mm

10,400
5,700

4,200
100

2,900

220

"""650
726,700
4.300
5,800
100

6

35

35

38

Sale
Sale

234 Sale
534
634

200

B stock

20

1434
24

4,200 Carrier Corp common...._.*

26

25

Sale

7% 1st partlc pref
...100
New 7% prior preferred.100
1,005
900 Celluloid Corp common.....*
27.000 Centrifugal Pipe Corp......*

IX Mar. 30

6

6

254 Mar. 7
654 Mar. 14

154 Feb.
5X Jan.

234

11,733 Chain Stores Develop com..*
12,925 Chain Store Stocks Inc
700 Charts Corp common

Mar. 27

154 Mar.
1634 Mar.

534

12234 Mar.
1334 Mar.

20
10

25

2434

X
234 Mar. 16
1734 Mar. 14 *1254
9234
334
4 12254 Mar. 4 12234
15
Mar. 11
1334
6
2
5

Mar. 11

8

24

Mar.

1

6

8

Mar. 11

2534 Mar. 23

*

OX

Sale

534
10
734 Sale
434 Sale

7X
21X

13 X

Sale

Mar. 31

16

Mar. 17

48

1054
2234

11
2434

2

7

Mar.

1

Mar.

4
5

11

Mar.

3

24

Mar. 13

1GX Sale

1534 Sale

1534 Mar. 13

Mar.

24

3

58

Mar.

9

80

4034 Mar. 27
Feb.

1

254 Mar.
7

Jan.

Jan.
9
234 Mar.
Jan. 19 1734 Mar.
Jan. 23 9234 Jan.
5
Jan.
Jan. 20
Mar. 4 12254 Mar.
Mar.
Mar. 6 15
Mar. 11

2234 Jan.

13

10

7
17

16
14

24
21

4
11

Mar. 11
Feb. 17

8
26

Mar.

12

3

16

Mar. 31

25

Jan.
Feb.

Jan.

8

32

Jan.

8

48

Mar. 17
Jan. 28
Feb. 14

59
80

Feb.

26

10

Jan.

5

Feb.

10

6

Jan.

1134 Mar. 18
Mar. 13

24

7

2

Jan.

2

Mar.

83
4]

12
24

6

Mar. 31

Jan.

3

1134 Feb.

2034 Jan.

8

24

Mar. 13

1634 Mar.

2

Mar. 14

1334 Jan.'

2

17

Feb.

19

107

105

15 X Sale

10634 104
10634 10634 Mar.
1934 Sale
1834 Sale *1631 Mar.
8334 Sale
8334 Sale
8234 Mar.
634 Mar.
7234 Mar.
9
15
15
934 Mar.
Sale
854 Sale
734 Mar.
Sale
934 Sale
834 Mar.

9

8X

234 Sale

100 Cockshutt Plow Co com
._*
800 Cohn & Rosenberger Com

8

Mar.

2054
8334
734
7234
934
934
934

234 Mar. 24

6

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

21
9
3
25
6
11
17

254 Mar. 31

-9

.

102,500 Colombian Syndicate
1
1,100 Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg25
1,800 Columbia Pictures Corp com *
conv

5-16 Sale
18
20

15

22

20

2234

16

26

17X

20

22

16

22

1334

20

11

1634

Sale

234 Mar. 24
954 Feb. 11
654 Jan.
5

14

Mar. 19

14

3

Mar. 13

1834 Mar. 30

2

Jan.
6
Mar. 27
Mar. 25
Jan. 30
Mar. 3
754 Jan.
3

Mar. 20

34 Mar.
17

17

Jan.

20

Jan.

Jan.

19 108

7954
654
7234
734
734

54 Mar. 5 3-16
17
1734 Mar. 14
Mar. 24
1634
1734
2054 Mar. 5

5-16 Sale

Mar. 14

Jan.
Jan.

105
15

*18

Sale

15

15

Common vot trust ctfs

3-16
19

24

Mar. 18 197
Jan.
8
1

193
1

...._...*

100 Columbus Auto Pts

Jan.

834 Mar. 19
454 Mar. 31

Mar. 18 197

193

...........

Preferred BB

Sale

7834 Mar.

7X Sale
5X Sale
IX Sale

20

Non-voting common
*
220 Chic Burl A: Quincy RR..100
2,700 Chicago Nipple Mfg class A.50
1,380 Chi Id s Co preferred
...100
*
1,632,000 Cities Service common.
Preferred
*
10,500
Preferred B.
6,800

6,700

8

17

Corp

33,600

100

334
16

51

1,400 Club Aluminum Utensil....*

100

234

134
534

16

875

300

2,800

Mar. 19

3434 Jan.
54 Jan.

134 Feb.

32

"IB"" "30"

6

300

4034 Mar. 27

10

"7

300

3
Mar. 12

Mar.

37

3

300 City Machine & Tool com...*

18",655

42

134

£1

1
23,900 Claude Neon Lights com..
_._*
12,400 Cleveland Tractor com

—mm

40

Mar. 28

26

6

Am dep rets B ord shares

100

mm

29

10

8

...»

4,600 Carnation Co common..._.*

5

3X

14,300
3,600

mm

134 Mar. 10

134
2634
534

134 Sale

400 Canadian Indus Alcohol A..*
50 Canadian Indus 7% pref__100
*
400 Carmen 8c Co conv A stk

Chatham Phenix Allied

(

5

c_*

com ▼ t

100 Castle (A M) & Co
Celanese Corp of Amer—

—

IX
2834

IX
2534

5

preference._.100

Cat rr era 8 Ltd

500

34^

27

900 Canada Cement Co com..100

100

800

jJ

4

...

500
VH-

IX Sale
21

8
6

17
8434 Feb. 24
734 Mar. 3
Mar. 25
Mar.
6
1054 Feb. 24

2054 Feb.

72^

1054 Jan.

8

334 Feb.
954 Feb.
834 Feb.

10
11
3

Jan.

2

9

Mar. 13

22

Feb.

5

Jan.
Jan.

23

Feb.

24

22

Feb.

16

Mar. 19

7
3

Mar. 19

14

Feb.

9

2154 Feb.

Mar. 19

14
44

pf.*

16

4634 Feb. 10
2154 Feb. 16
1054 Jan.
2

Commonwealth Secur Inc

100

'"455

Conv preferred

200 Compressed Indus Gases....*
2,000 Consolidated Aircraft com..*
Consol Automatic

9,300
100

2,700
10,900
1,600
mm— —— —

3.100

1,450
23,650

1,500 Consol Theatres Ltd v t c__*
5,400 Continental Chic Corp com.*

2,200
1,000

4,400
36,675

18

10 X Sale

23

19

9

10

9

23
Sale

7

Mar. 20

9

Mar. 31

7

Mar. 10

s

Merchandising v t C
...»
26,000
$3.50 preferred...........
1,100
4,500 Consol Dairy Products
.1*
37,500 Consol Laundries
3,800 Cons Retail Stores Inc com.*

600

m—————

100

Convertible preference...*
Continental Shares Inc—
Preferred series B...

X Sale

34 Sale

4

Sale

10

Sale

334
4
1434 Sale

3X Sale
IX
5
5
634
35
37

8,600 Cooper Bessemer Corp com
$3 cum pref with warr
1,800

Sale

42

I*
934
37

*

23
Sale

19

34

4H

Mar. 10

4

Mar. 3

1354 Mar. 17
334 Mar. 5

1

2

Mar. 10

734 Mar. 27
15
Mar. 18
434 Mar. 21

234
8

sn

854 Mar. 12

10

Mar. 25

37

44 X Sale
4434 Sale
15

6

*

Sale

634

4

3

534

34 Mar.

1-16 Mar. 31
1

100

Convertible pref....... 100
400 Coon (W B) Co common..._.*

3-16 Sale

36

Sale

32

27

35

Mar. 30

37

1334 Sale
35

34 Jan.
2
134 Jan. 13
734 Mar. 27

ht Mar.
Jan.

10

Jan.

15

3

Jan.

434
254
1034
3734

134 Feb.
OX Feb.
3734 Feb.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

Feb.
Jan.

31
16

21
26
3

Mar. 30

4454 Mar.
4454 Mar.

2
2

14

133
303

Mar. 25

1934 Mar.

2

Mar. 28

33

Mar.

6

36

Mar. 30

51

37

Mar. 30

5454 Jan.

9

10

36

"6" "15"'

1934 Sale

1

334 Feb.

Feb.

15

Jan.

22

4

1334 Mar. 25
3034 Mar. 28

2354 Feb. 24
3654 Jan. 30

334 Jan.

5
2
13

634 Feb.
9
1454 Mar. 25
634 Mar.
3

Copeland Products Inc

2,800
527,800
3,000
■■■<

1,100
4,400

Class A with warrants
*
4,700
5
940,300 Cord Corp
7,000 Corroon & Reynolds com...*
$6 Conv pref A
3,600
...*
*
11,200 Corporation Sec of Chic
Gourtaulds Ltd...

500

1

100
16,400

5X Sale

Sale

11

634 Mar. 19

8J4 Mar. 7
534 Mar. 17

40

Mar.

Sale
Sale

634 Sale
47 X Sale

14 X

Sale

20

Sale

1234

Sale'

Mar. 18

1454 Mar. 25
634 Mar. 3
48
Mar.
7

Feb.

9

5134 Jan.

2

1754 Sale

1754 Mar. 30

2054 Mar. 10

1454 Jan.

2

22

Feb.

11

23

35

734 Mar. 7
Mar. 24
1434 Mar. 12

834 Jan.

34

4
43

35

1234 Sale
5
554
47

Sale

46

£1

Am dep rets for ord stk
100 Crane Co com

1,000

734 Mar.

req

25

51,700 Crocker

Wheeler Elec Mfg..*
Crosse & Blackwell—

37

5

Mar. 24
1134 Mar. 2

35

125

3,200

Preferred with warrants..*
4,900 Crown Cork Internat cl A..*
Crown Zellerbach Corp

125

conv

30,000 Cuban

pref A...

Cane Products

400 Cuban Tobacco

1154 Sale

"2",355
100

200

47",255

4,300

Cuneo Press com..

139,800




734 Sale

734 Sale

7

Mar. 11

38

*

Mar. 25

Mar.

834 Mar. 12
39

Mar. 23
Mar. 25

3

*

10

700
6V$% pref with warr
100
600 Curtlss Airports v t C
*
200 Curtiss Flying Service Inc..*
100

For footnotes see page 54,

~7X Sale"

warr..

com v t c

734 Mar.

5

Mar. 24

Mar. 24

35

2534

29

3234 Sale

3554 Sale

3134 Mar.
88

Sale

3

4

Sale

534

2

Mar. 30

3654 Mar. 27
88
Mar. 30

534

X Sale

X Sale

34

7

2

X

Mar.

9

2

Mar.

9

2

1434 Mar. 12

2454 Jan.

7X Sale

300

"2",455

334 Jan.
534 Jan.

4

5

6

Jan.

19

241
83

Mar. 12

3934
34
654
3654

Mar. 23
Jan.
7
Jan. 21
Mar. 27
Mar. 30

754 Jan.

7

3834 Mar. 25
34 Feb. 26

634 Feb.
5
2754 Feb. 16
85

Jan.

22

88

1

Jan.

2

2

Jan.
5
Jan.
54 Jan.

2
23
3

2

34 Mar.

5

X Mar. 24

Jan.

Mar.

234 Jan.
5

6

9

8

23
34 Mar. 24
Jan.

43

NEW YORK OUEB EXCHANGE

Jan.

March.

300

2

Jan.

March 2.

1931.

1.

I,100

Davennort

Ask

Bid.

INDUS. & MISC. (Con.) Par

Shares.

Shareg.

132,300
85,800
427,200

1214 Sale

Hosiery

400

700

2,400

44,100
1,700

5,100
128,100
1.700

200

200

Dayton Airplane

*
Engine....*

~2% Sale

100

36% Sale

•

Sale

Deere 8c Co com

De Forest Radio ▼ t c
De Haviland

•

com

5

4

£1

16

15

14%

12X

1% Sale
Sale

42

614 Sale

"1% Sale

4
14
3% Sale
16
20

Detroit Gasket & Mfg com..*
100 Diamond Shoe Corp com...*

1

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Sale

Prices.

14% Mar. 25
% Mar. 26
1% Mar. 2

1214 Jan.
2
% Mar. 26
1
Mar. 31

15

Feb. 14
Mar. 26

2

32% Mar. 31
1% Jan.
2

42

"""966

75
400

Preferred.

30

"Yjioo

............

7%

6%

6

12%

"12%

19%

Sale

Sale

21% Sale

17% Mar. 4
50% Mar. 25
49
Mar.
6

6)4

250,500
100

Sale

31

37 X

Sale

26

Sale

Durham

Duplex

"2,800

Duval Texas Sulphur.

*
*

2,200

12,200

Eastern Util Invest cl A

*

200
400

23,200

v?

/

3%
1%

Sale
Sale

31X

Sale

4

214 Sale

20

40

18

2%

Sale

Sale

r- it*
7

16

~~9~666
18,600
10,100
1.400
10

42,100 Elec Pow Associates com...
Class A
84,300
26,100 Elec Shareholdings com...
Conv pref with warrants.*
3,300
10 Elgin National Watch Co..25

9

20% Mar. 23

2 50

4% Sale

Sale

4

2%

2% Mar. 26

2%

Sale
70

9

67

Sale
Sale

21
21

15% Sale
86
88%

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

15

3% Mar. 26
9% Mar. 9

6%

14

10
2

Feb. 25

4

Mar. 30

5% Mar.

6

Mar. 24

8

Mar.

5

6

Mar. 27

33% Mar. 28
6% Mar. 23

Mar.

2

16

16% Mar. 30
15% Mar. 30

Sale
Sale

15

83

18%

Sale

28

3334
Sale

Mar. 3
Mar. 26

18% Mar. 31

21
21
18
88

Mar. 2
Mar.
2
Mar. 21
Mar. 16

18% Mar. 31

400

.1,100

Class A non-vot com......*

47,200 Empire Corporation com....*
Cum conv pref..
700
*

1,500

Warrants

30% 33%
IX Sale

800

g Sale
3334

2%

1% Mar. 4
Mar. 16
% Mar. 18

2% Mar. 20
Mar. 11
% Mar. 20

...

6
11%
2% Sale

*
18.000 Empire Steel Corp com
2,700 Employers Re-insurance.__10

Sale

25

6%
1%
24

11%
Sale

1% Mar 28
23% Mar. 11

27

16

2% Mar.

2

Mar.

2

25

2,000 Ex-Cell-O Aircraft & Tool..*
200

1,800
10,000

12,300
5,500
18,600
1,470
9,600

Falrchild Aviation class A—*

900

Fajardo Sugar
..100
Fandango Gorp com
.*
100 Fanny Farmer Candy Shops.
9,700 Fansteel Products Inc......*
.*
1,300 Federal Bake Shops com

""260

600 Federal Mogul Corp
1.800 Federated Capital Corp.....5

110

7,000

"Y,406

2% Mar.
1
Mar.
2% Mar.
37
Mar.
% Mar.

Sale

Fabrics Finishing com

._.*
Fageol Motors Go com.....10

"""800

IX
IX

IX
IX
Sale

30

1

1%

214 Sale

4M

Sal*

38%

37

Sale
15
1834
10% Sale
X

'iox "15%
4

5%

ll% I*
4

3
11

1

10

1

18
10

2
13
11

Mar. 21

Mar. 3a

Sale

2% Mar. 18
1% Mar. 27
5
Mar. 23
38
Mar. 24
% Mar. 2

10% Mar.
4% Mar.

2
6

1

IX

100
200
200
800

900

4,200

83

7%

3,900 Flintkote Co class A

2

..♦
3,100 Foltls-Flscher Inc com
14.900 Food Machinery Corp com..*

18,700

60,900

200

2,500

Ford Motor of Canada cl A..*
Class B_.

—........*

43

Mar. 12

103

900

7,800

Amer dep rcts..Ord reg £1
627.400
8,100 Ford of France Am dep rets..
Foremost Dairy Prod com..
36,975
Conv preference
....*
6,150
»
9,100 Foremost Fabrics Corp

800
50

1,200
300

27,100
17,900

class A
*
II,900
*
85,800 Fox Theatres class A com
*
2,100 Franklin (H H) Mfg com
7% preferred
100
75

4

33% Feb. 16
2% Mar. 20

5

12

Fee.
Jan.
Jan.

10
2
2

9

Jan.

2

72

Jan.

7

88,600

9,700
500
400

Mar. 11

5

16

% Mar. 18
6% Feb.
4
1% Feb. 20

7

Jan.

16

25

Jan.

2

10

Feb.

% Jan.
% Jan.
1% Jan.

5
20
3

Jan.

2

% Jan.
15% Feo.

5
19

Feb.

12

22

30

5

Jan.

13

2% Jan.

6

% Jan.

22

Feb.

4

3% Jan.

2
28
10

2% Mar. 18
1% Jan. 10
5
Mar. 23

42i

Jan.

8

Jan.

15]
11]

Feb.

30
19

Feb.

24

4% Mar.

6

8

Jan.

14
27
6

5

Feb.

6
13

10% Jan.

21

Feb.

9

10% Jan.

3

2114 Sale

Mar.

2

IX
4

4
4%

IH

2%

334
3%

IX
2%
414 Sale
5
6%

4% Sale
5% Sale
8

7

6

25

2

29% Mar. 21
62% Feb. 16

15% Mar. 31
9
Mar. 28
1
Mar. 5
2% Mar. 31
3
Mar. 10

15% Sale

Sale

3

88% Mar.

36% Feb. 25

Mar. 19

41

10

5

2

Sale

17% Sale

Jan.

21% Jan.

41

Sale

% Mar. 20
17

29% Mar. 21
45% Mar. 23

48

15

5

Mar. 13
Mar. 31

26

"I"" Sale"

Mar.

13% Mar. 3
1% Jan. 13
1
Feb.
3
24
Mar. 25

21

27% Sale

40

1

43

Feb.

27%

Sale

10% Jan.

88% Mar. 6
8
Mar. 25
U
Mar. 23
3
Mar. >4
33% Mar. 2

26%

25

Mar. 25

2% Jan.

88% Mar. 7
3% Jan. 23

9

3

3
3%
33% Sale

24

7
25

1% Sale
2% Sale
3
Sale

3% Mar. 2„
4% Mar. 11
5% Mar. 23
34
Mar. 5

3%
4%
4% Sale
5
6

8

Jan.

1% Jan.
29

Jan.

5

9

14% Jan.

2

Mar.

5

7% Jan.

15

Mar.

6

1

Mar.

4

8
1% Jan.
2% Feb. 20

Mar. 20
Mar.

2

Mar. 19
7% Mar. 13
34
Mar. 5
o?a

Jan.

2% Jan.
4% Jan.
5% Jan.
34

Feb.

2

6
2
5

4

8

Mar. 25

12
3

Mar. 23
Jan. 28

19% Jan. 26
10% Mar. 5
3% Jan.
8
Jan.

4

5

6% Mar. 20
Feb.

5

27

6% Jan. 23
7% Feb. 21
34
Feb.
4

..

1,550 Gamewell

Co 6% pref

100

*
1,400 Garlock Packing Co com
._.*
59,100 General Alloys Co
59,200 General Aviation Corp com *

14%
16
4%
5
6% Sale

100% 103
16%
18
8% Sale

99% 101% 100
Mar. 14] 101)
16% Sale
16% Mar. 3i 183

Mar.

6

New corporation w 1
5
128,300
372,800 General Baking common...*
Common ctf s of deposit
9,300
Preferred
69,100
Preferred ctfs of deposit
12,900
General Cable warrants
2,800

Mar. 13

900 General Capital Corp

com

Sale

1

27~" Sale"

Sale

Sale

28%

Jan.

6

4

Jan.

14

5% Jan.

19

12

Mar. 26

Jan. 31
% Jan. 28
2
% Feb.

24

Mar. 26
Jan.
7

Mar. 26

2

Mar. 26

2
3

Mar. 14

Mar.

2

29% Mar. 3
1% Mar. 28
36
Mar. 30

29%

*

19

16

2

Mar.

Mar. 13

29

Sale

29

30 101% Feb.

Mar. 21

17% Mar.
% Mar.
% Mar.

Sale

11% Sale

17:

97% Jan.

.

General Baking common-

30,800
5,700
10,200

21

25
31

2% Mar. 11
30% Mar. 23

88
12

Sale

9

18

5

Foundation Go foreign shs

2,800
25,500

Mar.

20

30

Ford Motor Go, Ltd,

169.400
3.900
15,000

Mar. 10

13% Mar. 3
1% Mar. 5
% Mar. 20

12% Mar.
1
Mar.
% Mar.
23% Mar.
88% Mar.
7
Mar.

12%

1014 Sale

100
200 Firemen's Fund Insur
2.900 Fischman (I) & Son class A

400

Mar. 25

40

1.150 Fire Assn of Philadelphia..M

900
'

11

31
23
19
26
26

31% Jan. 14
1% Jan. 14

Jan.

39
6%
26%
22%
22%

34% Jan.

3;
103

,t*

2

A.100 Film Inspection Machine..
300 Financial Invest Co of N Y.10

29

Feb.

7% Feb. 19

800 Federated Metals Corp.....*
700 Ferro Enameling class A....*
6.400 Flat Amer dep rets..
.....

Jan.

10

18% Mar. 31

4

13

...

600

19
27

8% Feb.

14

300 Empire Fire Insurance....10

~8~400

30

% Jan.
3% Jan.

Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
18
Mar.
88% Fob.
18% Mar.

5

18% Jan.
25

4

5% Sale
28%
17%

20
7

7

8

2% Jan.

7

Feb.
Jan.

Feb.

21

Jan.

10

5
6
24

5
4% Jan.
3% Mar. 26
9% Mar. 9

% Jan.
2% Feb.

Sale

16

16

i\V*
80

7

Mar. 26

Mar. 20

39% Feb. 24
27% Mar. 19

2% Mar.

21

Emerson Bromo-Seltxer—

300

33.700

Feb.

21%
79%
3%
1%
9%

23

13
Sale
12 X Sale

Jan.

102

25*

4

35

300 Elec Household Utilities...10

|

3% Sale
214 Sale

16

51

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

2

14

Jan.

19

Mar.

Feb.
Mar.

Mar. 19

4

7
30
3

Jan.

52*
i*

45

3% Mar. 7
2
Mar. 11

3634

Mar.

Mar.

8

Feb.

102
30

2

"~2%

"2"

..*
400 Edison Bros Stores com
Educational Pictures Inc 8%
pref with com pur warr.100
1,725
*
38,200 Eisler Electric com

33

34

Mar. 20

132

12% Jan.
50% Mar.

27% Mar. 19
39% Mar. 20

t

3% Mar. 2
19% Mar. 11
24% Feb. 21

5% Jan.

23% Mar. 20
56
Mar.
5
51
Mar. 26
39

9% Mar.
12

$4 prior pref with warr—
Durham Hosiery com cl B

:

21% Sale
24% Sale

Razor—

1,900
400
10,200

200

3

Mar. 28
24% Mar. 16
30
Mar. 13
37

39
Sale

37%
25%

100 Durant Motors of Can.....10

"v.ooo

7

52

.100

12,700 Dresser (S R) Mfg class A...*
Class B
*
19,700
14,500 Driver Harris Co common..10
130
7% preferred.....
100
7.5 0 Dublller Condenser Corp...*
324,400 Durant Motors Inc

5,200
5,500

17

Mar.
Jan.

8

Mar.

7% Mar.

8

7

6% Mar. 12

Jan. 16
Feb. 26
Mar. 25

4% Mar. 19

14

Jan.
5
1% Jan.
2
18% Mar. 23
24% Feb. 21

126

3,300 Doehler Die-Casting
25 Dominion Bridge Co Ltd....*
*
66,700 Douglas Aircraft lac
100 Douglas (W L) Shoe 7% pf 100
2,100 Dow Chemical Co com

40,700

Mar.

8

Class A with warrants...

%
2%
44%
8%

12

Mar. 20
3% Mar. 2
19% Mar. 11

17

14

2)4 Sale
17
20

3% Feb.

4% Mar. 19

Mar.
6
Mar. 9
2% Mar. 13
18% Mar. 23
4

i" it*

Mar.

8% Mar. 25

Dinkier Hotels

Co_.lt0

Highest.

HiQhest.
Sale Prices

14% Mar. 28
% Mar. 26
1
Mar. 31
32% Mar. 31
5% Mar. 12

1} 4 Sale
32; i Sale
4 Sale

3%

12)4

*

..*

Detroit Aircraft Corp

400 Dixon (Jos) Crucible

1.

Lowest.

Ask.

Aircraft Co-

Am dep rets ord

reg
Dclsel-Wemmer-GUbert

JAN.

SINCE

Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

100 Davis Drug Stores pref...

100

45,300
21,600
.215,800

RANGE

Price

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

In

IN MARCH.

PRICES

AGGREGATE SALES.

17

Mar. 14

35% Mar. 16
Mar. 27
2% Mar. 6
37
Mar. 6

39

27

Jan.

2

27% Feb. 19

18% Mar. 21
10% Feb. 26

lj!

Mar. 14

35]

Mar. 16

39

Mar. 27

1

Feb.

18

32

Jan.

13

10% Jan.

13

14

19

18

Mar.i

23% Mar. 30

25

Jan.

9

% Jan.
5% Feb.

27

3% Feb. 24
37
Mar.
6

General Elec Co of Great Brit

2,200

American dep receipts...£1
44,700
...»
5.600 General Empire Corp
Gen FireproofIng com
*
1,800
20.600 Gen Laundry Mach com....*

"""400

10% Sale

11

Sale

10% Sale
Sale
24%
%
%

200 General Parts Corp com....*
Convertible pref
*
600

24,200
2,100
500

""266
23,900
10

50
700

100
100

"""700
11,400
6,300

!.100
71 General Silk 1st prof
*
200 General Stockyards com
Gen Theatres Equip Inc
$3 cum conv pref
.*
158,800
30 Gen Tire 8c Rubber Co

com

6%

17
25

X Sale

17% Sale
24%
% Sale

24
.

17
24

.

16,900 Gleaner Comb Harvester...*
.*
24,300 Glen Alden Coal Co
16,100 Globe Underwriters Exch..*

11% Mar.

6

18
Mar. 2
24% Mar. 30
% Mar. 2

24

Sale

28% Sale

28

Sale

12

Mar. 10

36

Mar. 10

24% Mar.
Mar.
84% Mar.
5
Mar.
8% Mar.
35
Mar.

102

634
6

5

10
10

33X

7%
33

34%

6

9%
40

Sale

58

Sale
8% Sale

a 78

9% Sale
1
Sale

3% Mar.
50% Mar.
8% Mar.

8

41

£,

8% Mar.

3

2

4
3

100

$3 cum pref with warr....*
*
500 Gorham Mfg Co com v t c
5,100 Gotham Knitbac Mach.....*

Gorham

15

100

18,200

"2",300
100

310

1,980

5^ Sale

9% Sale
,1% Sale

Gramaphone Columbia
100 Graphophone new co w 1.1
20,400 Gramophone Co Ltd rets .£1
300 Grand Rapids Varnish...__*
*
6,200 Graymur Corp.....
*
1,450 Gray Tel Pay Station com

17 X
10

22

18

20%

19%

20

28

20
5-16

25

14 Sale

% Sale

24

' 7"
Sale

3
28

6

30%

6524 Sale
118

Sale

1I9" Sale"

170

Sale

210




2

29

Mar. 10

Mar.

7

Mar. 11

20

Feb.

10

35*

Mar. 12

23

Feb.

3

Jan.

10

60*
ll*

Jan.

Jan.

5% Jan.
36

Jan.

Feb.

5% Jan.
% Jan.

27

85

7
2

12

common

%

Sale

10% Sale
3
5
27% Sale

6

20

20% Mar. 26
5-16 Mar. 26
123

10% Sale
3

stock *

Non-voting

For footnote* see page 54.

Mar.

22%

22

910 Gt Atl 8c Pac Tea 1st pref.100

3,380

Mar. 25

Mar. 7
s!4 Mar. 23

3

Feb.

31% Feb. 16

38% Mar.
7

13

2

Jan.

8

Feb.

10

Feb, 21

16
Jan. 26
11% Mar. 25
1% Feb. 26

Inc

500

1,800

1

11% Feb. 16

102

Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.

17% Feb.

500 Golden State Milk Prod...25

580,500 Goldman-Sachs Trading....*
*
32,250 Gold Seal Electric Co

11% Mar. 10
5% Jan. 20
30% Mar. 11

82%
84%
4%
8%
33%
22%

250 Goldblatt Bros Inc com....*

224,200
15,500

27

21% Jan.

5% Mar. 20
8% Mar. 26
35
Mar. 12

ivj.<*r.

Feb.

7

19

12

% Mar. 19

3

Mar. 11

85

""2% Mar.""7

Sale

56

29% Mar.
Mar.
7 102

17
12

26

Jan.

5

30% Mar. 11

cum

_

10% Mar. 14
16
Mar. 11
23% Mar. 30
% Mar. 19
11% Mar. 10

25

preferred A...
...»
3,200 Gerrard (S A) Co com
..*
300 Gilbert (A C) Co com
Preferred
......*
300
*
100 Gladding McBean & Go
50

14
24

9]

ft

Feb.

Mar. 26

19

Jan.

6

Mar. 18

5-16 Jan.

21

12% Mar. 23

Mar. 23

12

Mar. 23

Mar.

14

Mar. 17

3

27% Mar. 31
71
Mar. 12
118% 120% 118% Mar. 5
210
Mar. 2
230
244

9% Feb. 20
5

Mar. 24
Mar. 13

Mar.
9
Mar. 23

Jan.

23% Feb.
63% Jan.
117

Feb.

167% Jan.

28

3
3

23% Jan.
23

27
Feb. 26
14 Jan.
5

12% Mar. 23
14% Mar. 17
Jan. 23
53
29 3

73!

Mar. 24
Feb.
4

11 121% Mar.
9
Mar. 23
2 259

44

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE

SALES.
Since

March.

Shares.

''

—

—

Jan.

—

Bid

1.200 Great Northern Paper Co

Grier (S M) Stores Inc—
Common
800

"6", 100

21,900 Grocery Stores Prod

500

1,350 Guardian Investors

100

2,200

Guenther
Law inc

6

600

"i",76o

_*

3

900

—

■

„

,

700
100
100
X.

■

m

—

m

?

^

^

■

—

-

—

—

—

1,400
75

£5vv

—

mmrnm

—

mm

mm

mm

,

mm

4,500
21,000

''mm mm'mm 'mm

'

3,700

5X

7

f

6,900
100

'mm'*

mm

50

Horn 8c Hardart com...
Preferred

mm

mm

*

700
200

2,200
6,800
9,200
100

100 Iron Fireman Mfg com
Irving Air Chute com

5,800

12,900
1,300
200
300
300
200
2,000
1,300

200
'

—

-

rnm

mm

—

—

-

■

*

mm

mm

200

1,600
200
300

,1.900
mm mm--

10

15X
2X
20

X

200

2X

6X
20
35X

10 X

35

5,600

v

21

Sale

3X

100

------

-

500

200

2,900
900

600
— —

-

—

—

129,200
9,800
110

5,200

2,200
3,700
24,200
2,100
1,200
13,300
1,000
4,600
2,700
600
182,200
31,400
240

—

—

-

13 Convertible pref

Sale

3

— —

400
-

—

—

200

61,500
2,140

—

—

—/—
'

—

■

*

13

2X

10X
39

*X
35
Sale

2X
1034

Lefcourt Realty com......

7X

29 X

Sale

41X Sale

of/484

29X Sale
3X
3X

3X

71,100
200

Preferred

Lehigh Coal & Nav
Lerner Stores Corp com

*

•

Ley (Fred T) & Co Inc
*
Libby McNeil & Llbby
10
Liberty Baking Corp com...*
Liberty Dairy Products
._*
Lily Tulip Cup Corp com...*
Loew's Boston Theatres
Loew's Inc warrants

-10
46

*

com

6 % % pref with com
pur w_*

Sale

734 Sale

Sale

39 X Sale

82
60^

Sale

'60X Sale'

8V4

Sale

8

Sale

OX
6

Sale

55

40

2%

46

Sale

3234 Mar. 23
2734 Mar. 28
1034 Mar. 27
Mar. 23

16

Mar.

2

Mar. 11

18

2634 Mar. 23
Mar.

4

30

7

3

Mar.

6

534 Mar. 21

5

10

3

Sale

27

30

5

51%

100

Preferred class A
Mesabl Iron

see page




54.

Jan.

5

634 Mar. 26
Jan. 27
22
Feb. 26
2

18

Jan.

12

14

15

Jan.

14

6
26

834 Mar. 19
4034 Mar. 17

Mar. 10

Feb.
Jan.

Jan.

7

Feb.

134 Jan.

13
9

4

Fob.

11
11

11
12
70

13

Jan.

20

17
70

Feb.

7
28

2534 Jan.

7X

Sale

10 X

12

10

Jan.
Jan.

32% Sale
534
7
15% Sale
1054 Sale

Jan.

Jan.

10

Jan.

28

5034 Feb.
2234 Jan.
254 Jan.

9

434 Jan.
934 Feb.

Sale

6

Mar. 24

16
5

13

X

8

8X

10

12X

8

12

H6
5

12X

834
X

9

9

10

Sale
101
Sale

34X
7

37

534 Mar. 23
1234 Mar. 3
234 Mar. 23

85

634 Jan.

8

6

Jan.

48

Mar. 18

56
46

Jan.
Jan.

14
8

234 Jan.
354 Feb.

2

10

Jan.

19
15
9

Mar.
2
Mar. 17

234 Jan.
2654 Jan.

634
1554
1034
134

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

155f Mar. 31
734 Jan.
2

16
31
20
25

6

Jan.

834 Mar. 28

26
24

40

10

Sale

30

134
1334
2334
834

Jan. 13
Feb. 16
Jan.
8
Mar. 17
Jan.

9

34 Feb.

25
10

654 Jan.

7

6

534 Mar. 23

1234 Mar. 3
354 Mar. 23

1234 Feb. 24
234 Mar. 23

Sale

IX

IX

8%
-

IX

Feb.

4

8

14

Feb.

12

Mar. 16

12

Mar. 16

M

10

34 Sale

3454 Sale

334

34 Mar. 31

10034
1034
434
2934

Mar. 16

34 Jan.

134 Mar. 20

Mar. 2 101
Mar. 14 1034
Mar. 4
434
Mar. 20 3454

3

98

Mar. 14
Mar. 4
Mar. 31

10

Mar.

3

Mar. 10

334 Mar. 16

8

21
10

Sale

14

15 H

2

Feb.

21
14

254 Jan.
34 Feb.
Jan.

28

Mar. 10
Mar. 10

1234

13

1134 Mar. 16

1434 Mar. 26

10

Feb.

1034
434
37
834
834
334

154 Mar. 17
2234 Mar. 9

134 Jan.
18X Jan.
834 Jan.

10

Jan.

7

2034 Jan.
2334 Jan.

31

1234
2554
2654
3634

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

30

30

Mar.

x25

Jan.

24

154
23

20

154 Sale
154 Sale
Sale

934

10

1-32 Mar. 28

134 Sale"
105

,

834

109
934

Sale

3

134 Sale
43
46

7

2

Mar.

2

934 Mar.

6

Mar. 28 117

834 Mar. 14

2

234 Mar. 28
2354 Mar. 28

3

24

Mar. 12
Mar. 12

1834
10

3

2

14

Mar.
Mar.

134 Mar. 17
102

...

""§"" Sale'
3

Mar. 27

6

34
37
2

354 Mar.

3

354 Mar.

3

3834 Mar. 30

4034 Mar.

4

2

3834
3

3

2034
9

54 Sale
48

Sale

14

7

6

27

Feb.

21

Jail.

22

20

Mar. 26

7

54 Mar. 12
4334 Mar. 11

50

Mar.

7

Mar. 26

134 Mar.

9

102 34

Sale

10234 Sale"

3834 Mar. 10
2834 Mar. 23 2934 Mar. 23
9934 Mar. 30 11354 Mar. 17

22

26

23

2654

1954 Mar.
2234 Mar.

25

18

25

23

1234

1454

934 Sale

SX
1434
234
2354
1854
354

33

Sale

6

34 Jan.
40

Jan.

2
15

2034
834
3834
2834

Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.

77

Jan.

23

Mar. 10

20

Jan.

23

Mar.

23

Mar.

934 Mar. 31

13

234 Mar. 18
Mar. 11

1954 Mar.

Mar. 14
Mar.
9

134 Mar. 27
3534 Mar. 21

Jan.

5

Feb.

21

1134 Feb. 25
1434 Feb.
5
4

Jan.

9

30

Jan.

2

1934
334
134
4034

Feb. 17
Jan. 26
Feb.
6
Mar. 4

3
28

Mar.

9

Jan.

7
3

Jan.

3

134 Feb. 26
50

2034
834
3834
2934
2 11354
5

10

334 Feb. 16

20
15
10
23

7
234 Mar. 18

7

6

2734 Jan.
3
654 Jan. 27

4

1
31

14
5
28
28
21
3

12

1934 Mar.

Mar.

9

24
5

32% Jan.
134 Jan.

Mar. 20

Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

1934 Mar.

24

30

Jan.

7

23

Mar.

20
15
10
23
17
4
22
7

234 Mar. 18

234 Feb.

6

934 Mar. 31

1434 Jan.

14

80

3136 Sale

Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.

2

Feb.

28
2
Mar. 28 120

5

4

Mar.

3254 Jan. 26
MX Mar. 26

134 Jan.

2

Mar. 20

1234 Mar. 6
2554 Mar. 5
2734 Feb. 27

2
Jan.
8 x24% Feb.
5
954 Jan.

l-32Mar. 28

102

4

Jan.

Feb.

3

Mar. 10
Jan.
2

134 Feb.
3

18

7

Mar.

13

27
7

Jan.

9

18

Feb.
Mar.

6034 Feb. 16
5134 Feb. 19

10

134 Mar. 12

2334

Mar. 10
Mar. 28
Mar. 30

25

134 Mar. 20

13
15

23

13

100

24" "28"

Jan.

24
37

2754

17

40" "45""

2

4
434 Mar.
2934 Mar. 20

1034
2434
2334
3234

'38 34 Mar."16
77

17

1254 Feb. 18
334 Jan. 13
11
Jan.
5

24 10154 Jan.

5134 Feb. 19

7

16

Feb.
Jan.

1034
13
2334
2554
2654 Sale
3634 Sale
2734
33
1154 Sale

5

42

6

1034 Jan.

5

Sale

27

Mar.

1334 Mar. 27

Mar. 16

7
8

234

X

Jan.

12

32 X Sale

39

40

31
20
25
16
8
28
10
3

1254 Mar. 30

934

Sale

'"lo"

7

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.

12

7

100 M Sale

1734
OX4.
3%

Mar. 17
Jan. 31

7

1554
1034
134
1334
2334
834
2334
134
854

11

X

...

2X
30

1354 Feb.
4
434 Feb. 24
35

18

116

8X

Jan. 14
Mar. 18

354 Feb.
3
434 Mar. 31

10

1534

1

19

9

1234

154

18X

20

Mar. 21

56

24

134 Mar. 3
854 Mar. 27
Mar.

31

Feb.

48

17

35

4

Jan.
Jan.

4934 Feb. 16

Jan.

59

21%
25X

11

12X

3

10
Sale
Sale

23

Mar. 13

UX

Sale

IX

Mar. 26

434 Jan.
10

18

12

96

8

834

4

27

i?*

"16" ~13%

%

54 Mar.

9

Feb.

534 Mar. 21

6334 Mar. 26
934 Feb. 26
854 Feb. 26

3

Mar. 18
Mar.
2

9

834 Mar. 17

1

Mar. 11
Jan. 28

30

23

23

\2X
X

18
4

5034 Feb.

8

Mar. 31

1554 Mar. 31
934 Mar. 3
154 Mar. 28

103% Mar. 20

3

1134 Mar. 26

6

19

52

Mar. 21

85

1134 Mar. 18
3

22

23
Mar. 19

12
4

20

Mar. 27
Jan. 27

2834 Jan.
434 Jan.
1034 Jan.

100

334 Mar. 9
434 Mar. 31

3134 Mar.

ig*

2834 Jan.
254 Jan.
1034 Jan.
3534 Jan.

11
57

254 Mar. 27
434 Mar. 31

Sale

3

Sale

3234 Mar. 23
2734 Mar. 28

2554 Mar.
15

Feb.

Jan.

46

11

Feb.

5234 Feb.
2934 Jan.
8234 Jan.

42

Mar. 17

Mar.
Jan.

10

2

Mar.

10

6334 Mar. 26

50

60

2334 Feb.
334 Feo.

5634 Mar. 5
4754 Mar. 10

6034 Mar. 6
834 Mar. 24
654 Mar. 27

Sale

7

32 X

Mar. 21

Feb.

1434 Jan.
154 Jan.

2134 Mar. 24

734 Mar. 31
54J4 Mar. 30
3934 Mar. 31
85

conv

•
6,400
12,000 Mesta Machine Co common.5

For footnotes

4
4

Mar. 30
Jan.
12

2134 Mar. 24

"~4% Sale"

^8X

11

Mercantile Discount Corp

2,700 Merritt Chapman 8c Scott...*

—

17
2

54 Jan.
34 Jan.

Mar. 13

10

Mar. 30

x8X Sale

2X
3X

4

3%

87%

200 Mercurbank Vienna Am shs..

400

Mar. 23

2234 Mar. 28
334 Mar. 27
13
Mar. 17

4334 Mar. 19
10234 Mar. 18 10334 Mar. 20

2434
26X
434 Sale

*

Mead Johnson Ac Co
com....*

30

2

5

52
Sale

2

100

10,100

39

..25

Louisiana Land 8c Expl com.*
Ludlow Mfg Associates
*

Class A

7

8

15
Jan.
634 Feb.

Mar. 19

80

50

76

48 X

8X

100

—

54 Mar.
1

4
35

Brandes Ltd—

pref
.*
2,100 Mercantile Stores Co
..100
100 Merch & Mfrs Sec com A
*

mmm —

2034 Mar. 16
234 Mar. 9
11
Mar. 10

3234 Mar. 23
2554 Mar. 4
1034 Mar. 27

30

10

*

700 McWilliams Dredging Co

200
400

Jan. 14
Feb. 28
Jan.
Jan.

Feb. 24

8

5X

*

May Hosiery Mills, Inc—
100
14 pref with warrants....*
100 McCord Radiator 8c Mfg?t s. *
50 McKee (A G) & Co class B.._*

—

1,300

13 X

28X

20
com

4,100 Mapes Cons Mfg Co
*
2,800 Marion Steam Shovel com..*
200 Maryland Casualty
10
500 Massey-Harria Co Ltd com
*
112,100 Mavis Bottling Co of Am
*
5,040 Mayflower Associates Inc
*

50

700
49,600

834 Mar. 19
4034 Mar. 17

Mar. 17
Mar.
3

934 Mar.

*

500 Manhattan Dearborn Corp.*
200 Manning Bowman 8c Co cl A_*
100
Class B
*

mmrnmmm

1,500

g

20

American shares..........

650

100
—

10

13

5

22X

com *

200 Magnin (I) & Co com
...»
600 Mangel Stores Corp com
*

—

400
325
:".m

Mar. 17

...

JonasfltNaumburg Corp

21,900 MacMarr Stores Inc

'■
—

13

50 Lawrence Port Cement...100

------

10,600
1,200

Sale

3

*

com

8,550 Lackawanna Secur..
_*
600 Lake Superior Corp..
*
200
Deposit receipts........
2,300 Lakey Foundry & Mach
*
300 Land Co of Florida
•
210 Landers Frary & Clark
25

-----—

Mar. 16

IX

29

50

*

350
6% cum pref
100
300 Kress (S H) 8c Co spec pf__10
100 Kruskal & Kruskal com
*

3,950

15

M

25

22

3X Sale
10
ux

Koppers Gas & Coke Co—
150
100

600
600

X
34

xx

t c._*

Jefferson Elec. Co.

12,700

Mar. 16

1734 Mar. 12

'ohnson Motor Co com.....*
Johnson Publishing com..10

Kolster

1634 Feb.
54 Jan.

16

*

900 Knott Corp common
100 Kobocker Stores com

100

4

Mar. 10

2

Sale

k

10

Warrants

Jaeger Machine Co

2,300 Klein (Henry) pref
1,300 Kleinert (J B) Rubber

mm

27

18

6
10

5
26

Jan.

2

834 Mar. 19

9X

25X

10

300 Kellogg Swltchb & Supply. 10
600 Klein (D Emil) Co common..*

400

Jan.
Jan.

4

Fob.

97

13

3

60

MX
IX
12

71

warrants

2,900 Internat Safety Razor cl B_*
20.200 Interstate Equities com....*
Conv preferred
16,400
.*
1,300 Interstate Hosiery Mills....*

600

—

$6 2d pref with

24 Interlake Steamship
__*
300 Internat Cigar Machinery..*
2,300 Internat Holding & Invest..*
2,500 Internat Products com
*

mm

Jan.

3

2

M

W

100

11,900 Insur Co of North Amer
36,200 Insurance Securities Co
8,200 Intercoast Trading Com

200

23

3934 Mar. 12

14

17
5

634 Mar. 26

354 Mar.f 4

38

*

common.

7% 1st preferred

350

4,600
5,900
2,600

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

4

OX
O °A
5% Sale
15
2X

9X

100

13,400 Indus Finance com y t c
10
600
7% cum pref
100
18,200 Insull Utility Investment
*

50

6
9

Mar. 10

4

425 India Tire & Rubber com...*

mm.

3

18

97

9

Sale Prices.
27 X Feb. 16

Mar. 25

6

100
Amer dep rets ord shs reg £1
400 Imperial Tobacco of Can...5
2,700 Imp Tob of Gt Brit 8c Irel_.£l

2,400

Mar. 10

15

Imperial Chem Industries Ltd

""360

9

37

3934 Mar. 12

134 Mar. 12

Holt (Henry) & Co partic A 20
Hormel (Geo A) 8c Co com...*
Horn (A C) Co com
»

100

Mar. 25

12
100

9
97

__5

Houdallle Hershey Corp—
500
Convertible pref cl A
_•
5,000 Huyler's Co of Del com..
*
700
7% preferred
.....100
13,000 Hydro-EIec Secur com
*
28,300 Hygrade Food Prod com
*

200
—

.

Holophane Co

1.

Highest.

2434 Jan.
2234 Feb.
37

7

IX

12

100

aQX
Sale

Second preferred
100
Hires (Chas E) class A com..*

75
700
200
300
100
5,450
100
2,300

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

25

30X

8

9

5

150 Heywood Wakefield com..100
25
7% 1st pref
100

—

25

Highest.
Sale Prices.

1

com

com

4,200 Hazeltlne Corp
8,300 Helena Rubinstein com....*
1,600 Heyden Chemical Co

2,800

JAN.

(Rudolph) Russell

80 Hart Schaffner & Marx

"2,800

2

97

3X Sale
1X
5
17
20

4,500 Happiness Candy St cl A...*
2,800 Hartman Tobacco Co
...10

1,000

10

9
12^
96H 100
6 X Sale

200 Habirshaw Cable & Wire1,900 Hall (C M) Lamp Co........*
800 Hammond Clock com.......*
Handley-Page Ltd
Am dep rets partic pref—
400

"""loo

Ask.

16

t c. .*

v

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

34

100 Ground Grlpper Shoe com
*
2,400 Guardian Fire Assurance..10

—

Bid.

25

400 Greenfield Tap 8c Die com.
400 Greif (L) 8c Bros Inc com...*
150
7% preferred
100
400 Greyhound (The) Corp com. *

"'loo

—

March 2.

Ask.

200 Great Lakes Engineering..10

—

SINCE

2

1931.

INDUS. 8c MISC. (Con.) Par
800 Gr Lakes Dredge 8c Dock
*

1,200

RANGE

Price

Jan. 1.

Shares.

IN MARCH.

PRICES
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Feb.

2

34 Jan.
28

19
29

Jan.

80

Feb.

2

134 Mar. 27
3534 Mar. 21

AGGREGATE

PRICES

SALES.

Ask.
(Con.) Par Bid.
# Sale
*
200 Metal Textile Corp par pref.*
"2 " Sale
2,900 Metropolitan Chain Store*..*
X
2%
•
100 Met 5-50c Store* class A
INDUS. & MISC.

Shares.

8hares.

"""466

%

Metal 8c Mining Share* com.

22,400

7,400

"2" 400

6,400

1,600

5,800

200

1,800

Midland

33
3

42#
4
IX
16#

33

3X
X
15

*

Royalty $2 pref

Ask. Bid.
1%
Sale

Bid.

"'300

Conv pref series

800 Midvale Co
Miller (I) & Sons

200

14
17# Sale

*

Midland United Co com

1,850

*

A

100

17# Mar. 2
20# Mar. 13

75

60

Mar. 3
9# Mar. 24
82
Mar. 3

68

8%

13
89#

88

Montecatlni Min 8c Agric—

600
400
30

k

9

Amer dep receipts.......
100
Warrants
9,700
Moody's Invest Service pref-*
1,000

5,200

x
30

25

"36" "38""

1,200
12,000
10,000

1,200 Nachman-Sprlngfilled Corp.*
..*
25,800 National American Co
28,200 National Aviation Corp.....*
200 National Baking

com

17,300

7,000
200

900

900

1,500
9,600

2,800

600

""Boo
18,200
5,500
25

20

Sale

8

4#

2

Sale

28

*
Corp...*
Nat ContainerCorp—
$2 convertible pref......
Nat Dairy Prod pref A
100
Natl Family Stores common.*
Preferred
25
Nat'l Bond & Share

2

Sale

15

20

15

30

13

107#
3%

Sale

3#
5

Sale

2
3#
4% Sale

1#
9#
5#

Sale
Sale

7

500
340

500

% Sale

29,300

6,100

'""loo

28#
X

1#

600 Nebel (Oscar) Inc com......*
•
200 Neet Inc conv class A...

100

Sale
IX
Sale

"I X ~~4#

Preferred..

400

36#

17# Sale
40

39

11#

Sale

Sale

34

4#

2#

Sale^
-4*
10#

11

12

78

"'1,345
500
400

15

17

20

*

23

20
2..
24 #
94#

18#

~

1~9O6

■

2,800 Newberry (J J) Co

com

1

2# Mar. 25
16# Mar. 14
31# Mar. 16

3# Mar. 25
17# Mar. 28
31# Mar. 16

10# Mar. 13
32# Mar. 31

12# Mar. 5
34# Mar. 11

17# Sale

o#

3

2

3

»

9
2A
Sale

5

Mar. 30

6

3,000

1,400

100
York Hamburg Corp..50

36#
12
Sale
c

\*

Sale

.__*

500 N Y Merchandise Co..

100

26 A
10

3

Mar.

9

24

20

19 A

*
16,500 Nlles-Bement-Pond com
6,900 Noma Elec Corp com..____..*
...5
47,500 Nordon Corp Ltd com

3,000

31,800

4%
%

Sale
5#

9# Mar. 18

10

15

22#

19

7#
2#
3#

51,800

9
3
4#

2# Mar. 3
2# Mar. 17

1,350
800

3,200

1#

66# Mar. 19
14# Mar. 28
19# Mar. 4

24

2#
24# Mar ."30

26

Mar. 30

95

93# 101
6#
9#
2# Sale
3#
4

7# Mar.
2# Mar.

5
9

27# Mar. 28

17

Mar.
Mar.

2
4

5,800

8,200
1,500

9

18

26# Mar "II
95# Mar. 28

Class A without

Jan.

Sale

5#
7-16

Sale

19# Mar. 31
5# Mar. 31
# Mar.

21# Mar. 26
6# Mar. 17

1# Mar. 17

2# Mar. 21

6

6#
# Sale

1# Sale

Sale

1# Sale
IX
2%

30

37#

9#
12%

10
13%

11

Sale

16

17

40

40 A

48# Sale

40

37
8

39

10#

15

16

46#

46#

Mar.

18# Mar
50# Mar.

5
9

105# Mar. 19 106# Mar.

26

19

9

Mar.
7
Mar. 20

16# Mar.
46# Mar. 12

40

Mar.

11

.

warr.....*

Class B without warr.....*

2,600
2,700
1,200

100
1,600 Oliver Farm Equip new com.*
15,000 Outboard Motors cl B com..*
Class A conv pref...._.._*
5,925
.*
9,400 Overseas Securities Co

,100
100

300 Ovlngton Bros partlc pref..*
100 Pacific Finance Corp com.. 10

3# Sale
4%
7

3# Sale
3#
6

4#
4#

3

Mar. 31

4# Mar.

7

5

Mar. 10

4# Mar.

7

200

1,600

29,700
575
200

100

70,100

,13,100

250 Pepperell Mfg Co
800 Perfect Circle Co
125 Perfection Stove Co...

100

50 Pet Milk 7%

400

20,500

2,100
550

1,200
33,500

"""600
300

"2%

3#

4#

8

900
!

7,000
30,600
6,900
23,000
1,800
118,700
1,300
33,000

3

3#

1

18

Sale

4

Sale
10

6X Sale

28#
27#
10
9#
7# Sale

"26#
12#
6# Sale

26
7

25

X

*

25

Class A

Philippe (Louis) class B con

2V^
3

10
9

X Sale
10#
13

Corp...

Preferred
Pie Bakeries of America A..*

Pierce Governor Co

•
Pilot Radio 8c Tube class A.*
Pines Wlnterfront

1#

Sale

2,200 Pittsburgh Forglngs
2,450 Pitts 8c Lake Erie RR
2,650 Pittsburgh Plate Glass
42,300 Polymet Mfg Corp com

4

2%

4%
3

10%
17

2#

12

100^ 105
10* n"

Sale

20# Sale

Sale

1# Sale
24# Sale
36# Sale
5
5#

9# Sale

Sale
24

Sale

35# Sale

iSS

6
Sale

50
com

400 Potrero Sugar common..
1,500 Powdrell 8c Alexander

25
*
*

6

Sale

7%
9
100% 101%

"l% "3"
3

108# 115
4* Sale
5

7%

8

Sale

4

Participating conv stock..*
47,700 Prince & Whitely Trading..*
$3 Conv pref A
»
14,200

~36# "40"

*sr fsstnotes see p*ge 54.




25

Sale

% Sale
14

15

2

14

Mar. 24

8

Mar.

81

Mar.

25#
27#
9#
6#

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

1# Mar.
93

Mar.

# Mar.
10# Mar.
17

Mar.

1# Mar.
23

35#
4#
9#
17#
6#

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4# Mar.
9#
29#
109#
28#
27#
9#
7#

4

Mar. 21
Mar. 6
Mar. 26
Mar. 5
Mar. 9
Mar. 13

Mar.

2

Jan.

4

Mar.

9

70
Jan.
9
29# Mar. 16
11
Mar. 9
11# Mar. 10
1
Jan. 14
22# Jan.
9
6# Mar. 17
# Mar. 2

9
5

Jan.

22

Feb. 13
4# Feb. 10
3

26

Jan.

2

Jan. 14
9
Feb.
5
Jan.
7
Feb.

2# Mar. 21
1# Feb. 10
Feb. 27

2

19

29

Jan.

26

8

Jan.
Feb.

40

38# Jan.

7
15

11# Feb. 20
18# Mar. 5
51# Feb. 24

Feb.

10

70

12

6

Feb. 24

105# Mar. 19 106# Mar. 19
3

Mar. 10

5

Mar. 31
4

3# Feb.

7

4# Mar.
Jan.

29

5# Jan.
3# Jan.

7
12

27#

39

40

40

49

10

29

10

29

25# Mar.
39# Mar.

Jan.

29 140

Jan.

28

2# Jan.
4# Jan.
2# Jan.

21

6

2

6

Feb.

24

Jan.

22

2

Jan.

22

2

11*

Mar.

9

Mar. 23

IX Mar. 24
100

Mar.

5

Mar. 20

iy:
2V
39

Mar. 26

Mar. 27

Mar.

2

2

14
5

Feb.

2

12

Feb.

3

30# Jan.

30

8
28

Mar.

Feb.

24

Mar.

6# Jan.

2

Jan.

6

4
1# Feb.
76# Feb. 21
30# Feb. 19

Jan.

10
6

Mar. 25

78# Feb. 18

Mar.
9
Feb. 24
Feb. 24
1
Jan. 20
1# Mar. 24
Mar.
5
93
Mar. 3 100
Mar. 20
1
# Jan. 12
10
Jan. 24
12# Mar. 26
Mar. 27
21
8
13
Jan.
Feb. 24
2
1# Mar. 16

Mar.

6

27

Jan.

5

3

15"

Mar. 10

18

Mar. 13

10

Mar. 24

4#
3#
17#
5#

Mar.

10# Mar.

25# Mar. 18
40
Mar. 12

8# Feb.
80

15

23

Mar.
Mar. 12
Mar. 17

11

7 109# Mar. 26
25# Mar. 25 28# Mar. 5
Feb. 10
30
2
19# Jan.
Feb.
3
10
6
6# Jan.

81

9

5# Mar. 30

Mar. 24

Mar. 24

Mar. 26
Mar.

16

Feb.

2# Mar. 30

14

80

2# Mar. 25
78# Mar. 2

5

30

Prentice Hall Inc

100

2
2

Mar. 24

6

12
10# Mar. 4
Mar. 11 108#
105# 106# 105
40# Mar. 7 41#
6#
4
Mar. 30
4# Sale

25

*

1,600 Pratt 8c Lambert....._.....*

7# Sale

3# Mar.
5# Mar.

Mar. 24
2# Mar. 30

2

Mar. 28

14

15

40

5

Pitney Bowes Postage .Meter*

10

Mar.

140

Mar. 12
Mar. 24

5

2# Mar.
78# Mar.
34# Mar.

78# Sale
20

2# Mar. 4
5# Mar. 19

28# Mar.
92# Sale
27# Sale

19 X

100

pref

Phoenix Securities

Sale

29

14,800 Philip Mor'a Con* Inc com.

400

73,000

lVi

2#

2#
3
5# Sale
4#
5
1#
2
9#
13

*

2,900 Ferryman Electric Co

8,300

600

5#

100

.....

700
30

3# Sale
6# Sale

2

Sale
4#
Sale
2%

2%
4%
2%

2A

300 Penn Traffic Co

60
200

Feb.

4

Parke, Austin 8c Lipscomb—

Conv partlc pref
400
.._*
*
3,300 Parke Davis 8c Co
*
29,700 Parker Rust-Proof com
675 Patterson Sargent Co com..*
•
2,100 Pender (D) Groc Co cl A
Class B
•
2,750
*
206,700 Pennroad Corp com v t c
.V
50
400 Pennsylvania Salt Mfg.

"""266

5,600
21,900
4,800
7,400

*

Paramount Cab Mfg com

17

13# Jan.

# Jan.
1# Jan.

3
2

38

22

Jan.

2

#
18#
4#
#

2

# Mar.

2

Jan.

5
5

Jan.

7

20

Jan.

2# Feb. 26
26# Mar. 11
95# Mar. 28

2# Jan.
23# Jan.

10

25 Old Colony RR

2,000

11#
13
74
80
17
23

26# Jan.

21# Sale

Mar.
9
8# Mar. 30

19

2# Feb. 28
2# Mar. 17

3

29# Mar. 16
11
Mar.
9
11# Mar. 10

27

Jan.

1

7# Mar.
1# Feb.

2# Mar. 31

Jan.

1

5# Feb. 24

Jan.

93

4

Mar.

9

11

Ollstocks Ltd—

500

Mar. 11

66# Mar.
13# Feb.

Mar.

,

12
Sale

10

100

6% preferred

34#

Feb.

68
100

Feb.

Feb.

23

78

9

30

350 Ohio Brass class B__
100

Feb.

13

Jan.

9

Mar. 19

10

24
17

42

Jan.

2

27

.

"¥,666

Mar. 16

.

1# Jan.
# Jan.
1# Jan.

27# Sale
10#
11
9# Sale

Sale

% Sale

10

28# Jan.

*

Nor Amer Aviation Inc—

Option warrants series A_.
107,200
1,100 North American Cement.
2,400 Northam Warren Corp pref.*
5,750 North & South Amer Corp A*
1,500 Northwest Engineering
II,300 Novadel Agene com.......—*

21

Feb.

3# Mar. 25
17# Mar. 28

Mar.
Jan.
Mar
Feb.
Jan.

5

2

4# Mar.

Feb.

5

Feb.

1

Mar. 30

3

24

Jan.

2#
15#
31#
36#

Mar.

7
7# Feb.
5# Feb. 26

Jan.

68

9

Stock purchase warrants.

700

"¥,900

11

Sale

7

50,000 Niagara Share Corp (Md)..10

19,100

29#

4

*8*

3# Jan.

5# Mar.

2# Mar. 3
2# Mar. 17

1H

5

24
2
2#
25#
28
93# 101

6# % preferred
New

Feb.

7# Feb.

# Mar.

N Y & Foreign Investing—

100

Jan.

1

Jan.

10# Mar.

Feb.

45

Jan.

Mar.

2

Jan.

26

35#
10#
32#

50

5
26
28
27
19
27
11
20

Feb.

iS*

4# Jan.
5# Mar.

Mar. 27

Mar. 12

17 '

Jan.

3

5

9

Mar.

108

106# Mar.
3# Mar.
9# Feb.

70

7%

2,900 New Haven Clock Co com.
5,100 New Mexico 8c Ariz Land.
1,400 N Y Auction class A com

800

1,200

1X

...100

Preferred........

150

100

19 X

Feb.

Mar. 27

Sale

11

2,500 Nehi Corp com...

2

14

10# Jan.
9

•

1st preferred
600
*
100
2,120 Neisner Bros 7% pref
Nelson (Herman) Corp......5
2,400
•
1,300 Neptune Meter class A
*
700 Nestle Le Mur Co cl A

"""200

2

Jan.

5

26

24

12#

1,310 Nat Steel Corp warrants....
*
12,100 National Sugar Refg.
100 Nat Trade Journal Inc.....*
27,900 National Union Radio com.*
*
1,100 Nauheim Pharmacies Inc

"¥,666

Sale

15 A

Jan.

28

10# Mar. 19
7# Mar. 2
6# Mar. 11
46
Mar. 4

21

6

35#

350 National Steel Car Ltd

710

5#

24

2

9# Mar.
5# Mar.
5# Mar.
46
Mar.
# Mar.
5# Mar.
4# Mar.
20# Mar.

\V*
Sale

16

10# Mar. 6
4# Jan.
2
10
Mar. 21
2
Mar. 24
50
Feb. 27
3# Jan. 21
39# Mar. 21

Mar. 24

2

""l#~Mar.

c,

9

32

45# Jan.

2

1

24

# Feb.

8

8# Mar. 20
3# Jan.
6
4# Jan.
2

107# Mar. 20
5
Mar. 17
2

Jan.

10

Mar.

13

*

200 National Standard Co

200

8

6

Mar.

17

106# Mar.
3# Mar.

Sale

4

25#

19

100 Nat Secur Investment com__l
*
500 National Service Cos com
*
57,100 Nat Short Term Sec A

""500

Sale

6
5

6

Mar. 12

17

17
5
20
4
13
12

4

24
6

Jan.

Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Feb.

15#
90#
8#
10#
10#

18# Mar. 4
6
100
Mar.
5 104# Mar. 4
20
Jan. 24
21# Jan. 15
Jan. 29
35# Jan.
8 41

6#

*

M
10

18*

4

12

10

12

#

1

35# Mar. 31

35# Sale

36# Sale

<

700

Mar. 17
Mar. 23

50

Feb. 11
Feb.
6

68

7

17

4
4

10# Mar. 6
4# Mar. 6
10
Mar. 21
2
Mar. 24
50
Mar. 17
2# Mar. 26
39# Mar. 21

3# Mar. 30
7# Mar. 5
2
Mar. 24

3#
3#
7# Sale

Sale
Sale

4

9

Mar. 10

42

Mar.
6
Feb. 16

# Jan.
27# Jan.

4

50

...

1,100 National Food Prod cl B
Class A with warrants
1,500
*
66.500 National Investors com
New Common
1
5,500
100
5# % preferred.........100
.......10
1,200 National Leather
2,500 Nat Manufacture & Stores..*
*
3,340 Nat Rubber Mach com...
1,100 National Screen Service....*

800

22

8# Mar. 20

'¥" Sale

650 Natl Bancservice Corp

150

18

Jan.

5

Mar.

Mar. 26
Mar.
6
18# Mar.
Mar.
5 104# Mar.
20
Mar.
Mar.
6

18
23

4

8

# Mar.

6
32

30

...100

Preferred....

125

35

40

20

18

I,200 Mtge Bank of Colom Am ah*..
200 Murphy (GG)Co com

50

# Mar.

100

500

8# Mar.

10

10#
>%

28

6

24
20
4
24
12

4

17

400 Moore Corp Ltd com.
55 Moore Corp Ltd 7% pf A..100

100

10#
#

tlx

10%

10

hi

4

Mar.

5

9#
7#

7X

3

6

2

9# Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 10

8

Mar. 17

90#
8#
8#
10#

34

14
Jan. 28
17 # Jan.
2
38# Jan.
3
60
Jan.
5
9# Mar. 24
82
Feb. 17

18
Mar. 10
21# Mar. 27

60

60 X
17

9X

17

1# Feb.
7
1# Feb. 13
12# Mar. 31

9

4

4

3# Mar. 16

8# Mar.

*
900 Mock Judson Voehringer
200 Monroe Chemical Co com...*

900

Mar.

12# Mar. 31 a:16# Mar.

1# Mar. 14
Jan.
9
4# Feb. 25
1# Feb. 13
17# Feb. 19

7

Feb.

33

19%
21
42

1,900

900

1.

Prices.

Sale

# Jan.

1# Mar. 14

X Mar. 10

1
Sale

17

970 Minneap-Honeywell Reg pref
100 Minn Mining & Mfg
Miss River Fuel Corp warr—

860

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Sale
37#
3%

X

Sale

60

62 '
14# Sale

60

•
com

Highest
Sale Prices

19%
39%

17 X

11 #

2nd pref

Ask.

14

Midland Steel Product—

400

JAN.

Highest.

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

March 31

March 2.

1931.

1.

Jan.

2

Jan.

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

In

SINCE

RANGE

MARCH.

IN

Price

NEW YORK
March.

45

EXCHANGE

NEW YORK CURB

Jan.
7
Jan.
Mar. 14
2
Jan.
4

Jan.

36

Jan.

1#
4#
24#
36#

6
Jan.
Jan. 30
Feb. 19
8
Jan.

Jan.
# Jan.
14# Jan.

Mar. 26

10

Mar. 24

12

Mar.

Mar.

9

Feb.

4

Mar. 10
Mar. 13

6

25
28
6# Mar. 17

30 108# Feb.
3
42# Jan.

102

25

25#
39#
6#
15#
18#

2
2
3

5

Jan.

31

25# Mar. 18
40

Mar. 12

25

Jan.

2

2

Jan.

26

24# Feb. 21

46

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

AQQBBOATE BALES.
Since

March.

Shares.

100

Jan.

INDUS. & MISC. (Con.)

*

Ask.

2

Bid.

7

....

2%

95

Without warrants
Warrants

8% Sale

13

....*

10 Quaker Oats
50

2,366
7,806

100

300
600

3,650

Radio Products

cum conv

700

*

com..

pref

88
6

Mar.
Jan.

4% Sale

Mar.

31%
4%
%
6%

Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.

1

7%

Mar.

3

3%
2%

115%
2%
2%
2% Sale
4%
4%
4%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Sale

300

"3",900
12,500
1,300

1,700

2

3%

Sale

Sale

Sale

4% Sale

4

Sale

7

_

Mar.

% Mar.

46

40

10%
2% Sale
3

Sale

22%
7%
5%

10% Mar. 28

"25*

27

24%
7%
4%
1%
5%

10%
Sale
1% Sale
6% Sale

44
30

7%
8
4% Sale

"5% "5%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4
26
18
19
30

14% Mar. 21
24% Mar. 4
8

Mar. 27

5% Mar.
lk Mar.

2

7

2

2

Mar.

"2%

2% Sale
% Sale

*

Sale
% Sale

Sale

Richmond Radiator
Common
..._...*

3% Mar. 3
2% Mar. 28
% Mar. 27
1% Mar. 2
73% Mar. 18| 73% Mar. 18

149,100

20

5
22

n

....

Sale

3

55,900 Rossla Internat Corp
6,000 Royal Typewriter common..*
5,300 Ruberold Co...
.....100

Sale

4

5
24

22

2% Sale
4% Sale
32

40

800 Russeks Fifth Ave Inc
*
200 Russell Mfg
...100
800 Ryerson (JosT) & Son inc..*

50

35

6

22%

24

4%

Mar*.

Jan.

2

100

10,500
700

500

69,000
600

Mar.

Jan.

Co

pref

(The)

3% Sale
'3%
3%

24

2% Mar.

2

3% Mar. 18
2

36

Mar.

25

26

Mar.

100 Scott en Dillon Co

'""866
400

30,700
6,800

4,200
177,700
25,025
1,400
I,100
67,900

36,700

75

270
1,600
800

880

1

10

Seaboard Util Shares, com..*

17

33%

»

common

Segal Lock At Hardware

Seiberling Rubber
com

4

*

com

com

*

S5% prior stock

*

Ordinary

100

4%

Sale
Sale
Sale

45%

"45%

Sale

2

Sale

4

4

Feb.

22

Jan.

3% Mar.
4% Mar.
33% Mar.

2% Feb. 25
2
1% Jan.
2% Jan. 19
30% Feb. 14
34
Jan. 27

42

3
4

91

Mar. 17

5% Mar.

9

25% Mar.

2

5

3

*

t c

200
50

5%
9
148% Sale

100
300

1%
2%

14,300 Starrett (The) Corp com
II,/00
0% cum pref
4,660 Stein (A)Ac Co com.......
Preferred

12,960 Stein

*
50

•
.*

700

6,000
8,000

ltfOO
8,600

32~400

"2",700
500

7,266 Sun Investing Co
2,606
53convpref.

..*

Inc com..*

1%
3%

2

Sale

*

Sale

66

2

Sale

45
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

10

11%

192

Sale

25

Mar. 30

36% Mar. 16
5% Mar. 3
5% Mar. 30

37%
5%
29%
37%
7%

399* if*
7% Sale
34% Sale

14% Mar. 21
24% Mar. 4
9% Jan. 10
6

Feb.

1 %
7%
7%
%

Feb. 10
Feb.
9
Jan. 26
Jan. 13

5

Feb.

26

24

1 % Jan. 27
73% Mar. 18

Mar. 30

71

8

4% Jan.
14

Mar.

2

2% Mar. 10
10
40

34%
65%
107%
%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 27
Mar. 23

8%
35%
66%
107%

6%
327

9

Jan.

1% Feb.

l'A

Sale

11% Sale
156

165

Mar.

70

327

Mar.

340

Mar. 11
Mar.
2

4

Mar. 10

3% Mar. 10
10% Mar. 26

11% Mar. 31

Mar. 30 192

Mar.

2

Sale

2%
4

2

3

2

3

11%
1%
1%
1 %
3%
1%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

16
12
12
10
14
30

18%
1%
1%
2%
4%
1%

15% Sale
%
%

16

18%

55

18% Mar. 18

37

%

"*16%

16

7
2

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Fob.

Mar. 16

18% Mar. 17
31% Mar. 21

23

16%

19%

85

86

% Sale

90

95

9%

10
Sale

7% Sale
20% Sale
17

18

Mar. 12

56

% Mar. 12

4

5% Sale

2

3

2

2%

3

3%
9% Sale
2% Sale

4

10

Sale

Mar. 18

5
Mar. 18

82

7

Mar. 28

9% Mar. 3
23% Mai. 3
17% Mar. 21

20% Mar. 31
17

Mar. 18
Mar. 10

5% Mar.

5

% Mar. 28

4

5%
5%
19

17

7%

9%

18% Sale

17%

11% Sale
24%

Sale

6%

7%

Sale

46% Sale

28%

Sale

29%

15

36

Sale

38

3%

4%

6%

13% Sale
27%
7% Sale
5%
9%
2% Sale

13%
22

11%
6

2%

7%
%
15%

3
Sale
Sale
17

8f
11%
10
14%
25% Sale
3% Sale
19
22%
7

8

Mar. 26

4%
7%
%
15%
10%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

15

Mar. 27

23
26
31
30

Mar. 16

23% Mar.
1

4
Mar. 18

9

6% Mar.

5

Jan.

1% Feb. 24
1% Mar. 12

37

32

14
13
7

Jan.

2

Jan.,

17

Jan.

5
26

37%
5%
30%
37%

Mar. 20

Feb.

26

Feb.

26

Mar. 23

Mar. 26
Feb. 26

7

Feb.

11

4% Feb. 27

70%

Mar.

2

Mar.

2

Mar.

4

2% Jan.

9

Jan.

17

Jan.

15

3*3*
}°2*
36

Mar. 27

Jan.

28

Mar. 25
Feb. 25

A*

Feb.

28

Jan.

21

Feb.

27
17

4% Feb. 11
11% Mar. 31
Mar.

2

18%
1%
1%
2%
4%
1%

Mar.
9
Jan.
8
Mar. 14
Jan.
3
Feb. 25
Mar. 30
Jan.

1

2% Mar.
17

Feb.

% Feb.
37

6

7
20

11

Mar. 24

15% Feb.
2|
88% Jan.
9
30% Mar. 24

31% Mar. 21

7

11

2

56

Mar. 10

11% Mar. 21
% Mar. 28
3

Mar. 26

6% Mar.
10

6

Mar.

2% Mar.
17

Mar.

36

15

7
20

Mar.

4

2*

19

15

88

3

16

Feb.

4

3
3

Mar. 27

18% Jan.

5
Mar. 18

12

4

Jan.

18% Mar.

6

12

Feb.

16%

Mar.

14% Mar.

6

19% Feb.
7% Jan.

2% Mar.

4

5

Mar.

28% Jan. 15
4
34% Feb.

6

2% Mar. 18
40

Mar. 12

40

102% Mar. 26 102% Mar. 26

102

28

Mar. 12!

32

•

Mar.

aj

4

Jan.

2% Jan.

Mar. 12

46

28

Feb.
Jan.

Mar.

10

14

Mar. 31

8

Mar. 18
Jan.
5
Jan.

14

12

37

9
7

12% Jan.
7
25% Feb* 11
17% Feb. 27

Feb.

Jan.

Feb.

1

Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

95

3% Feb. 17
4% Jan. 28|
% Mar. 31
9

Mar. 27
Mar. 11

18% Mar. 17
89

181

Mar. 28
Feb. 24

13% Jan.
85% Jan.

4% Mar. 21
8

Jan.

% Jan.
82

15% Feb.

11% Mar.
28

Feb.

Mar.

25
Sale

30

Jan.

3

5|
8

5

21%

35

Jan.

2

33

20

88

avjlwi

35

% Jan.
13

2

Jan.

Sale

Sale

61

4|

Jan.

Jan.

12

41

Jan.

1% Feb.
10

4

15

52

Jan.

28| 108% Jan. 28

36

4
Mar. 27

5%
7%
2% Sale

I"

3% Jan.

16 192

Mar. 19

6

12

10|

40% Mar.
30% Mar. 6
39% Mar. 26

39% Mar. 31
28% Mar. 27

Sale
10%
3

5

66% Mar. 27
107% Mar. 9

Jan.

19

39% Sale
28% Sale
38% Sale
6
7

Sale
38%
Sale

6

Mar.

12% Mar. 19
19% Mar. 9

Mar. *30 343% Feb.

3% Mar.

% Mar.

Mar. 18

88

3%

26
Mar. 13

11

82

9% Sale
20% Sale
11%
13%

20|

Jan.

Mar.

AH

Mar,.30
Jan. 29

135

5

Mar. 24

30% Mar. 24
54

1

?'
15!

1 % Jan. 14
2% Jan.
5
1% Mar. 30

Sale

17%

90*

70

Mar. 17
Mar. 3
Mar. 30

2% Mar.
15% Mar.
% Mar.

Sale

15

27
Mar. 17

Feb. 20

327

9

Jan.

16
2

11% Mar. 16

1% Mar. 23
15% Mar.
% Mar. 30

33

1

Mar. 18

62

29

5% Mar. 9
6
48% Feb.
25% Jan. 15

16

Mar. 9
Mar. 12
Mar. 14

Sale

%

26

6% Feb. 21
40

3%
30%
Mar. 27
60%
Mar.
9 106%
Mar.
2 Sc* %
Mar. 19
5%

Mar.

160

Jan.

Mar. 25
Mar.
2

7

2

12

16

Feb.

2% Jan.
45% Jan.
53% Jan.
44% Jan.

Mar.

70

Mar.

11

26

2

Mar.

Mar.

38
42

Jan.

Mar.

Mar.

Jan.
Jan,

4% Jan. 21
3% Mar. 3
5% Feb. 24

5| 110%
2

Jan.

4

7

8

5
24

2

33% Jan.
3% Jan.
19% Jan.

26

4% Mar.
70% Mar.

6

5

% Jan.
2
3% Jan.
3% Jan, 13
% Jan. 15
% Mar. 17

Jan.

16

40

Feb.

£34

Mar. 30

1% Mar. 24

3%

36

•

19

20
10
20
23

Mar. 30

1%
2%
1% Sale

2

25

com

3

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4

68% Mar. 2
65% Mar. 23

2
4%

1%

1

*
*

14

■

Jan.
3
Mar. 13

17

35% Mar. 23
4% Mar. 13

67%

4

...»

.




68

,

260 Timken Detroit Axle pref.100
500 Tishoan Realty Ac Constr
54

%

■

5

300 Tenn Products Corp com...
9,600 Thatcher Securities Corp...
600 rhermold Co 7 % conv pf. 100

see page

Sale

16

•

...

300

% Mar. 27

67

12""
36

•

12,500 Taggart Corp com
260 Taylor Milling Corp com
80,900 Technicolor Inc common...

For footnotes

% Mar. 20

15

"4% Sale

27

15"" "19"

*

com..:

19,000 Swift & Co
24,600 Swift International
4,500 Syrac Wash Macb B

10

Sale

*

560 Sterchl Bros Stores
1,366 Stinnes (Hugo) Corp..

500 Sullivan Machine Co

2,900

Sale

4%
26%
38%
6% Sale
5%
5%

"2%

com

62,100 Strauss-Roth Stores com
1,700 Stromb-Carlson Tel Mfg
1,200 Stroock (S) Ac Co
260 Struthers Wells Titusvllle
56,400 Stutz Motor Car Co
5,000
Warrants

200

7

4%
25%
35

4% Sale
70% Sale
68% Sale

31

100

Cosmetics Inc
200 Steinite Radio

26,506 Strauss (Nathan)

5,000

% Mar.
% Mar. 17

6

18

37

100

21,100

26,000

5% Sale

14
32

3% Mar.

r

13% Jan.
107% Mar.
6% Jan.

1
1

10

32,500
500
600

% Sale

13

£1

400 Standard Screw

25

108% Jan.

com.*

At Gen Corp Ltd

1,120 Standard Invest $5% pref..*
12,700 Standard Mot Constr

100

39

340

300 Standard Cap & Seal Corp
100 Standard Holding class A.

406

3% Mar.

4

Mar. 6
Mar. 5
Mar. 19
19% Mar. 9

5

Jan.

23

Mar. 13

68

6,850 Spiegel, May Ac Stern 6% pf 100
300 Stahl-Meyer Inc com
•
100 Staley (A E) Mfg 7% pref.. 100

10,500

Sale

6%

7% pref with warrants.100

5,800

4,300
3,400

;

130 lire

4,500 Southwest Dairy Prod

25

5%

29

37

*

7,100 Span

3,200

5

19% Mar. 31

Mar.

100

v

2,400

""520

18

39

3% Sale
30% Sale

200 Southern Grocery Stores
*
100 Southern Stores Corp cl A..*

'""366

Sale

Sale

200

20C

3

107 j
81

Sale

Mar. 26 83
Mar. 13
21
Mar. 30 21%
Mar.
5 110%
Mar. 11
12%

& Corona

400 Snia Viscosa Ltd
300
Interim rets

170

17

36%
4%

4§* 4?"

Shenandoah Corp com.....*
6% conv preference
..50

*

3

Jan.

% Mar. 30

261

Feb.
Feb.

33

20,100 South American Air Lines..*
18,900 Southern Corp com
*

30

4%
% Sale

Sale

1%

£1

7,100
10,800

"l",30O

Sale

""2%

Sentry Safety Control
*
Service Stations Ltd class A.*
Seton Leather com
Sheaffer (W A) Pen com
*

Typewriter

3

16

_.*

com

Allot certifs full paid.....
Allot ctfs full paid stpd...

Preferred
Smith (L C)

36

.....*

Selected Industries

1,660 Sisto Financial Corp
2,300 Smith (A O) Corp com..
3,900

18

3% Sale
21%

Securities Corp Gen'l com..*
Seeman Bros

150 Silver (Isaac) Ac Bros pref. 100
670 Singer Mfg
100
Singer Mfg Ltd
£1
2,500
Am dep rets ord reg shs

300

20

Sale

906 Signature Hosiery com vtc.
47,664 Silica Gel Corp com v t c__

10

3,900

103
193

17

2% Sale

500 Sherwin-Williams Co
(Can).*
110
Preferred, series A A
10ft

100

700

9% Sale
18% 20

3% Sale
3%

10

800 Selby Shoe Co

150!
600

6% Sale

35

12,300
16,652
27,800

81

85

21

3

123,200

75

17% Sale

1,600 Schletter Ac Zand com v t c__*
1,800
Cum conv pref.
..__.*
1,000 Schulte Real Estate Co
»
40,600 Schulte-Unlted 5c At SI Sts..»
4,500
7% conv pref
100

11,000
7,100
1,200
105,000
2,400

86

19% Sale

15

Self ridge Prov Stores Ltd—

109,100

89

83

14% Sale

*

300 Scoville Mfg Co

Jan.

% Mar. 30

Mar. 12

22% Mar. 13

31% Mar.

38"" "40"

100
common

com

2
40

14

10% Mar. 28
24% Mar. 4]
7% Mar. 26
2% Jan.
2
% Jan. 12
3
Jan.
2
7
Jan. 26
% Jan. 13
2% Jan.
2
% Jan.
2
59% Jan.
7

48

25% Sale
80

•

500

41,400
4,800
6,100
7,500

cum

600 Schiff Co

"""250
2,800
1,700

7%

76,100 Saxet

300

2% Jan. 19
4% Mar. 2
5% Mar. 16
4
Jan.
8

% Mar.

% Mar. 30
5

22 % Mar.

Sale

34

Mar. 30

.*

5% Mar. 24

1,100 Safety Car Heating &:Ltg. 100
100 St LawrencelPaper
6% pf.100
351,500 St Regis Paper Co..
10

B_ 100
47,200

6

1

3

850 Rolls Royce of Amcr
pref.100
9,000 Roosevelt Field Inc

100

Feb. 21
Mar. 21
Mar. 27

20

Mar.

■

125
100

Mar. 20
Feb. 10
Feb.
9
Feb.
3
Jan. 26
Mar. 25.

3% Feb.

40

5

10
com

2

7

65

Feb.

4

Feb.

90%
8%
36%
7%
1%
7%

115% Mar.
2% Mar.

2% Mar. 2
4% Mar. 2
5% Mar. 16
2% Mar. 2
1% Mar. 3

10% Sale
9%

1,300
7% preferred..
2,400 Rike-Kumler Co com...

-""300
%'

40

t c.

Mar. 21
Mar. 27

120

Mar.

2

Sale

Sale

350 Rich man Bros Co

600

Mar. 24

6% Mar. 2
1% Mar. 19i
7% Mar. 25

Mar.

1

7

*

47,800 Reybaro Co., Inc
52,000 Reynolds Investing

5

82
Jan. 24
91 % Feb.
9
14
Mar. 21

35

165

....

300

Jan.

Mar.

Sale

*

700 Reliable Stores com
14,960 Reliance Internat com A...
5,300
Class B...
15,550 Reliance Management

300

Jan.

90% Mar. 20
7% Mar. 2

...100

com

3,900 Raytheon Mfg. com v
100 Reeves (Daniel) com

100

Mar. 21

3

91% Feb.
8% Jan.

Mar.

7% Sale

Rainbow Luminous Prod A.*
13,200
Common class B
*
S3

Mar.

88

com

6% preferred....

200 Reliance Mfg (111)
100 Repetti Inc

16,900
17,400

3% Mar. 21

14

12% Mar.

12% Sale
88% Sale

7

13,200

100

3,460

3% Mar. 21

5%

Raymond Concrete Pile

1,800

Highest.
Sale Prices.

85

74

6% Sale

Sale

6%

Railroad Shares Corp com.
4,300 Ry & Utility Inv Corp cl A.10

500

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

7% Sale

Sale

10

6,000 0 R S De Vry Corp

1,300

Highest.
Sale Prices.

'33% Sale"

Sale

...

2,300 Pyrene Mfg

900

Ask.

3

5%
97
Sale

...

60

1

Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

181

100

35,566
148,766

JAN.

Lowest.

100

Prudence Co 7% pref.

49,500 Prudential Investors com
*
1,386
$6 preferred
102,200 Pub Util Holding with warr_*
'r 5,666
Cumulative preferred....*

6,000

3,900
3,500

March 2.

Hosiery

l6
19,300

Bid.

Par.

20 Prov & Worcester RR

1,386
18,600
1,900
11,200
42,400
2,000

SINCE

2

1931.

Propper
McCatlum
900
Mill" Co com

RANGE

Price

Jan. 1.

Shorn.

IN MARCH.

PRICES

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Mar. 10

11% Mar. 21
% Mar. 28
3

Mar. 26

6% Mar. 26
10

Mar.

6

Jan.

6

3

10% Jan.
11% Mar.
15

8
2
Mar. 27

28

Mar. 11

4% Mar. 21
22% Feb. 28
8

Mar. 19

40% Mar. 2
30% Jan.
5
39% Feb. 19
8

Mar.

7

18% Mar. 6
21% Feb. 26
15% Feb.
9
7

Feb.

9

3% Feb. 20
46

Mar. 12

102% Mar. 26
37

.

Jan.

10

47

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE
PRICES

AGGREGATE SALES.
NEW YORK
In

Since

March.

Jan. 1.

Sham.

Shares.

200

Todd Shipyards Corp
*
25 Torrington Co of Maine-..-*

1,500

,

■

m _

_

_

_

m

25,000

March 2.

1931.

INDUS, ft MISC. (Con.)
1,300 Tobacco 9c Allied Stocks....*
16,000 Tobacco Prod Exports.....

4,700
300

RANGE

IN MARCH.

SINCE

JAN.

1.

Price
Jan. 2.

CURB EXCHANGE

Bid.
25 M

Ask.

29

Bid.'

354

TX Sale

50,900 Transcontinental AlrTmnsp*

37

36

Ask.

39*

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Highest,

Sale Prices.
37
Mar. 20
1
Mar.
2

Sale

1

'llX "46^

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Sale

Prices.

Mar. 21
14 Mar. 6
494 Mar. 3

38

264 Jan.
4 Jan.

494

474 Mar. 30

12

"64 Sale"

44 Mar. 18

74 Mar. 23

Feb. 25

38

14 Jan.

46

Jan.
Jan.

23

Feb. 27
Jan. 24

50

42

474

42

74 Mar. 23

34 Jan.

Trans-Lux Plct Screen

322,700

393,000

26,000
3,000

7

Class A common.........

600

2,900
25

'

115,450

18,000
1,300

27 X

*

11,000
50

44 Sale
274 284

'l2X *13~
8X

SH

7

*

1,000
400

7.300
58,100

5,500

209,700
700

100
3,500
700
16,200
107,600
59,200
618,400
2,400
225
■

$3

cum partic

com.

pref........*

Corp com.*

United Milk Prod

64 Mar. 24
294 Mar. 10

Sale

4

Sale

54
24

24

Mar. 2
Mar. 31

154

124

124

Mar. 13

7

Mar. 13

m

94 Sale
13

11

23
Sale

294 Sale

19x 2\
6
..—

4X

74 Sale
84 Sale

74 Mar. 28
84 Mar. 31

5X

264

264 Mar. 16
21
Mar. 19
4 Mar. 3
64 Mar. 21

29

20

22

4

7-16

9
104

7% Cumul preferred...100

134 Mar. 27

24 Jan.

64 Mar. 24
294 Mar. 10

3

24

Mar. 31

7

Mar. 13

124 Mar.
104 Mar.

5
6

34 Jan.

12

74 Jan.

5

64

54

18 ji Sale
8
Sale
2 X Sale
7
Sale

20

2H
50

244 "25"
114 Sale
34 Sale
94 Sale
14 Sale
364

294 Mar. 2
22
Mar. 27
4 Mar. 19
64 Mar. 21

Jan.

54

64

"44 "Mar ."23

254

Sale"

24

Mar. 12

12
3
84

Sale
Sale
Sale

104
s24
84
14

Mar. 3
Mar . 13
Mar. 31
Mar. 30

14 Sale

84 Feb.

21

'

22

Jan.

6

4

Jan.

10
16

Jan.

8

Jan.

Mai.

6

34 Mar. 10

104 Mar.
14 Mar.

2
2

Feb.

27

34 Mar. 10
104 Mar. 2

14 Jan.
64 Jan.
14 Mar.
37

37

Feb.

Mar. 27

Mar. 19
64 Mar. 21
Jan. 23
100
Feb. 25
7
124 Mar. 10
284 Mar. 20
154 Mar. 19

'4 Jan.
64 Mar.

124 Mar. 16
284 Mar. 20
154 Mar. 19

Feb. 24
Feb. 20

16
12

264 Feb. 16

IVA

Jan.

100

104 Mar. 17

IX

com

64 Jan. 30

124 Jan. 16 144 Feb. 25
2
1034 Feb.
2 1034 Feb.

16

'

United Corp warrants.......
United Dry Docks com.....
United Founders

134 Mar. 27

264 Feb. 19

United Carbon pref
...100
United Carr Fastener com..*

United Chemicals Inc

2

*

50 United Amer Utilities com..*
■

84 Mar.

ltO

Cubize Chatillon Corp—
Common B v t c

27,200 Un&erleider Financial Corp.*
10.90C Union Amer Invest com.....*
16,400 Union Tobacco Co com

400

Sale

114 Sale

Am rets for ord. aha. reg-

Trunz Pork Stores Inc
Truscon Steel 7% pref

2,900 Tung Sol Lamp Wka com..
100
$3 cum cons pref...

6,400

94 Sale

7

41,500 Trl-Contlnental Corp Warr.
8,800 Tri-Utilities Corp com
Triplex Safety Glass Ltd—

100

Sale

Feb.

10

37

Feb.

Feb.

2

17
6

United Molasses Co Ltd—

100

«

600

300

1,200
400

1,100
4,300
1,100
100

7,800
4,600
7,100

4,800
300

2X

Preferred...............10

5

8"

1,700 United Retail Chemists pfd.*
1,800 United Shoe Mach com....25
Preferred
25
400

200

100

1%

300

6

8

52

57

dep rets tor ord reg__£l
1,800 Unit Profit Sharing com....*

1,200

7,800

Am

31

U S Lines Inc pref
*
U S & Overseas, with warr.-*

11

12

11

46

47 X
Sale

Certificates of deposit...
.10
3,100 U S Playing Card com
.*
100 U S Radiator common..

1,075
..

_

8,700

—

8,700

3,000
------

------

14,400
1,400

14,100
4,400
^

mmmmxm

25,400

3,300
9,500
300
800

1,900
1,400
41,645
3,850
37,800
13,400

1,500

13,100
450

2,200
1,100
700
550
500

1,900
10

500
300

1

------

10

1,200
11,900
9,400
600
100
------

40,100

6X
60
8
5

9
65*
10K
7X

5X Sale

564

44

7

544 Sale

"24 Sale"

6

5

654
Sale

60
14

84 Sale
84 Sale

Universal

5

Mar. 14

54 Mar. 27
544 Mar. 31
30
Mar. 30
24 Mar. 2
5
Mar. 23
60
Mar. 12

24 Mar. 26
14 Mar. 25

3

Jan.

2

Jan.

5

54 Feb.

9

54 Jan. 29
544 Mar. 31

Mar.

6

564 Mar. 10
304 Mar. 30
"

Mar. 11

Utility Equities com
*
Priority Stock
*
Utility 8c Ind Corp com.....*
.....

6A

20

7

Sale

134 Mar. 4
74 Mar. 13
50
7

Mar. 27
Mar.
9

Sale

Mar. 20
Mar. 20

84 Mar.

2

Mar. 27
Mar. 10

50
10

24 Mar. 20

5X

Sale

18

19

47

Sale

10

19
-----

4

4X
18X

13

40

42

8

3

& Worts common
69,500
......*
500 Warren (S D) Co
6,100 Watson (Jno Warren) Co..
2,500 Wayne Pump Co com
Convertible preferred....*
1,700
......

.*
725 Welch Grape Juice
2,000 Western Auto Supply com A *
23.000 Western Air Express Corp..10
Western Maryland Ry—
7% 1st pref
100
80
10
500 Western Pipe & Steel com
1,300 West Virginia Coal & Coke.*
2,200 Wheatsworth Inc com......*
Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry
10
7% prior lien stock
100
25 Wheeling Steel common..100
Pref class B
100
20
Williams

5,4 Sale

28

28 X

Sale

9

54

"84

\x
5

13
12 H

m

8^

it*
7
Sale
Sale

OX Sale
14
6

Sale
7

34 Mar. 30
144 Mar. 30
Mar. 27

40

Mar.

29

6

34 Mar. 21

"7" Mar."21

54
64

6
Sale
124
124
154
19
6
74
244 Sale

"74 "74
184 Sale
6

64
8

6

64 Sale
12

13

194

oVA
Sale
Sale

Sale

8

84
s704
14
64

Sale
Sale
„

14

Sale
Sale

50

Jan.

Mar. 4
Mar. 11
Mar. 30
Mar. 30

3
6

84 Mar.

Jan.

3
2

40

Mar. 27
Jan.
3

29

Mar.

33

Mar.

2

33

Mar.

9

"i" Mar." 10
Mar. 27

7

"74 Mar."21
84 Mar.
77

9

Mar. 24

94 Mar.
194 Mar.

2
2

74 Sale
45

55

14

14

5

6

Sale

16

27" "Sale"
IX

Sale

Jan.

Sale

uli
5#

20

Sale

29

22
1

30^

"ix

14

124

Sale

Sale

124 Sale

2

54 Jan.
144 Jan.

7

2
2

Jan.

30

24 Jan.

13
13
2

Mar. 10
Mar.
5

3
5

Jan.

12
13

Feb.
Jan.

294 Mar. 26

54 Feb. 14
164 Jan. 20
34 Jan.
2

224 Mar.

4

Mar. 10

7

Mar.

50

9
7

Mar. 26

10

14 Mar.
54 Mar.
21
Mar.

1% lviar.
14 Mar. 10
64 Mar. 2
254 Mar. 2

Mar.

16

5

ol4 Jan.
14 Jan.
7
Mar.
23
Feb.
74 Mar.

24 Jan.
94 Feb.
Mar.
94 Mar.
194 Feb.
484 Jan.
74 Mar.
77

24
2

25
30
24

Mar. 26

10

84 Feb. 26
704 Feb. 27
2
Feb. 25
64 Jan. 16
29

Jan.

60

Jan.

6

Feb.

85

264 Mar. 25
4 Jan. 17
394 Jan.
2

17

27

14 Mar. 31

Mar. 24
Mar. 11
Mar. 10
Mar. 27
Mar.
2

2

Mar. 12

3
24

294 Mar. 26

3
Mar. 25
Mar.

2
4
5

27
25
21

Mar. 10
Jan.
8

9
7

20
14

Mar. 24
Mar. 17
Mar.

30
9

124 Feb.
2
194 Mar. 12
54 Feb. 14

Jan.

27

214 Mar.
14 Mar.

Jan. 30
Jan.
3
Mar. 9

20

Mar.

264 Mar. 25
1
Mar. 30

11

14 Mar. 30
54 Mar. 27

11

50
17
13

81

19

3

2

Feb.

21

3

34 Mar.

6

64 Jan.
114 Jan.

50
Mar. 4
234 Mar. 12
184 Mar. 4

Mar.
Mar.

Jan.

6 4 Jan.
2
50
Mar. 19

84 Mar.
s704 Mar.

74 Mar.

109
13

Sale

144

3

Jan.

124 Mar.
3
194 Mar. 12

32

4

10*

Jan.

54 Jan.
68

Mar. 18
Mar. 11

12
19

180
22

3

44 Jan. 30

"74 Mar."24

394 Sale
100

6

ol4 Jan. 30
4 Mar. 19
34 Mar. 21

2

6
Mar. 10

49

47

13

Jan.

20

Jan.

34 Mar. 30

4

10
10
30
13
5
20

34 Feb. 27
60
Feb. 26

12

2

2
7
5

44 Mar.
64 Mar.
64 Mar.

Feb.

15

50
10

54 Mar. 2
184 Mar. 20

Jan.

44

81

84 Sale

16

54 Feb.
4
14 Jan. 17

2

74
744
74
184

224 Mar.

144 Sale

...»
Youngstown Sheet 8c Tube pf

...»

74 Sale

50

Winter (BenJ) Co

Zonite Prod Corp com

Sale

254

*

com...

19

"44 Sale

!§" *134

Preference.....:

104 Jan.
54 Jan.

31

.....

rt'll-low Cafeterias com.....*
Wilson Jones Co

84 Sale
744
94 Sale

73
Sale

2

Mar. 12

60

20

5

104 Sale

& Co....

*

Mar. 23

14 Jan.

Mar. 25

56

20

5

5

Class B

Mar. 30

30
5

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
654 Mar.

64
564
3C4
24
64

20

Mar.

'"4 Mar."i§

Sale

*
36.200 Walgreen Co com
Warrants.......
4,500
Walker (Hiram) Gooderham

Mar. 14

11

51

----

Preferred

7% pref
25
9,500
26,300 Vick Financial Corp com. .10
1,000 Vogt Mfg Corp............
2.300 Wattt 8c Bond Inc class A..*

3,700
22,300
14,200
6,400
2,400
110
82,200

74

65
15
8

Mar. 23

Utah Radio Products, com.

......

100

604
144

24 Mar. 13

IX

Pictures

5

Sale

U S Radio & Television com.*

110 Van Camp Milk preferred. 100
46,400 Van Camp Pack com

-

26,500

554

'"24 Sale

300 U 8 Rubber Reclaiming....*
700 U S Shares Financial..
._*
3,000 U S Stores Corp com
300 Universal Insurance Co...25

—

600

200

7

6

14
84

24 Mar. 26
14 Mar. 4
5
Mar. 14

Sale

14,100
17,100
900

v-

1X Sale

26,000 United Stores Corp com vtc.*
500 United Wall Paper
•
1,400 U S Dairy Prod class A......*
Class B
..."
7,200
3,200 U S Finishing common
Preferred
..100
350
18,400 United States Foil class B-.*
15,250 U S & Internat Sec com....*
1st preferred with warr
*
27,050

14
54

24 Mar. 26
14 Mar. 25

14 Mar.

5

154 Mar. 19

Jan.

120
30
sl09

21
4

524 Jan. 16
244 Feb. 10
20
Feb. 24
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

120

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

30

Feb.

sl09
144
64
334
224

1
Jan.
974 Jan.

1014

104 Feb.
3

Jan.

124 Jan.
19

10
13

Feb.

16

Mar. 11
Mar. 10

Mar. 27
Jan.
7
Jan.
Jan.

5

28

154 Mar. 19

Jan.

8

9

Mar. 26
14 Feb. 28
6
464 Jan.

RIGHTS

2,300
1,400
3,400
113,300
13,100
1,500

27,700 Associated G 8c E deb rts_.
Stock purchase rights
6,800
19,200
113,300
22,200
1,500

IX Sale

"X "3-16

Flat
Ford Motor of England.....
Loew's Inc Deb Rights

"""4 Sale

1-16

Sale

3
Mar.
1-16 Mar. 20

•11 Sale

204

Sale

15

Mavis Bottling...

Sale
13i Sale

12

400 White Sewing Mach deb rts.

400

v;v>y,. :

34 Mar.

34 Mar.

34 Sale

4 Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 30

4 Mar.

2

Mar. 10

4

1 "X. Jan.
14 Jan.

2
3

4 Mar. 2
4 Mar. 25
21

l-16Mar. 20

2
13* Mar. 30

94 Jan.

Mar.

4 Mar.

3

4 Mar. 31
7
xsj Mar. 30
4 Mar. 3

3

44 Jan. 26
44 Feb. 26
3-16

Jan. 23

4 Mar. 25234 Feb. 20
»#j Mar. 30

4 Mar.

3

PUBLIC UTILITIES
Par

250

800

4,800

3,600
24,900
36,000
2,100
100

133,600

49". 500
2,100
14,100

12*206
4,000
1,185,300
8,300
2,200

500 Ala Power Co 37 pref.......*
S6 preferred
1,225
14.400 Allegheny Gas Corp.....
Amer Cities Power & Lt Corp
Class A
£
50
7,800

76,700
129,600
6,400

Class B

»

Amer Commonwealth Pow clA

Class B

...—♦

975 Amer Dist
Teleg N J pref..100
368,500 Amer 8t Foreign Power warr
.*
10,100 Amer Gas 8c. Elec com
Common new
*
203,400
Preferred..........
6,800
._..*
33,800 Amer Light & Trac com....25
700
6% preferred.
25
*
28,600 Amer Nat Gas com v t e
5,100 Amer States Pub Serv class A

2,643,100
18,900
8,000

114

103

24

24

334

354

54 Sale

3

Sale

384 Sale
94

Sale

Sale

374 Sale
84 Sale

284

Sale

244

26

144 Sale

26

Sale

254

Sale

'81"

Sale

77

Sale
Sale

164 Sale

a:16

Sale

113

102

100

Mar. 20 1154 Mar. 11
Mar. 3 1034 Mar. 30
3
Mar. 2
24 Mar. 10

374
84
154
234
112

93

110

43

26

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

234 Mar.

28
31
30
11

17

284 Mar.
Mar.

1104 Feb.

144 Jan.
8%X Jan.
704 Jan.
1024 Jan.

Sale
30

34 Sale

Sale
i

Y4.

54

504

30
Sale
154

29

34 Sale
20
Sale

Sale

154

I64 Sale"

15
17

81

944 Sale

824

Sale

754 Mar. 30 834 Mar.
Mar. 4 1104 Mar.
504 Mar. 4 544 Mar.

107

974 Sale

.

21 1034 Mar. 30
5
34 Feb. 16

384 Feb. 28
10
17

5 112
2

2

15
31

Feb. 27

Mar. 19

294 Jan.
314
974
864
1104
544

23

Mar.
6
Feb. 24

Jan.
Feb.

3
26

Mar. 31
Feb. 28

43

Jan.

2

26

Jan.

23
2

27

Feb.

11

20

Mar. 25

194 Mar.

94 Jan.

2

Mar. 21

3
7

VP*
99

30

Sale

24 1154 Mar. 11

Jan. 16
2
Jan.
2
Jan.
Mar. 11

304 Mar.

6 112

4

Mar.

Jan.
Jan.

24 Jan.
334
54
114
234

384 Mar.
94 Mar.

Sale

*

1st preferred

§6cumulatlve preferred

Sale

114 Sale
22
244

*

American Superpower

24

34 Mar. 30
15

Mar. 17

54 Mar.
20

34 Jan.

Mar.

14

154 Mar. 30
944 Mar. 2
854 Mar. 7

Mar.

814 Jan.

894 Mar.

824 Jan.

64 Mar. 23

74 Mar.

99

Feb.

54 Mar.

11

7

Mar. 18

894 Mar. 20

Amer Tel & Tel—

100

48,800

2d installment paid.....

233,700 Appalachian GflSi

"116
for footnotes

com

100 Arizona Power com
100
480 Arkansas Pow 8t Lt pref...
mo page




54.

144

135

150
54 Sale

25

40

1004 1034

74
10

Sale
30

74 Sale
10
107

2

1094 1064 "Mar." "4 108:

5
20

30
Mar. 13

104

24 144
2
84
15 20
Feb.
2 108

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

24

Feb. 10
Jan. 15
Mar. 13

48

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

AGQBEGATE SALES.
In

PRICES
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

March.

Jan.

Shares.

Shares.

2,500
101,400
1,220

1.

1,000

""460

137,310

25

75

100

200

3,100
400

12,300
1,300

5,900
5,000
1,200

15,200
22,900
5,900

March 2.

Ask,

200

58,700

Bid.

Bid.

Ask.

1,500
36.300

ssoc

15

Sale

n% Sale

25

2334 Sale
87% Sale
9134 Sale

x22%

57% Sale

$5 preferred

% Sale

11-16

22"

25

*

S8 int-bear allot ctfs—

Sale
Sale
Sale

89

Sale Prices.

Sale

2134 Mar. 10
2034 Mar. 20
8734 Mar. 9

Telen Utilities..*

Sale

84

Sale

Sale

84

Mar. 31

20

Allotment certificates.—
Warrants.
ssociated

Mar. 18

34 Mar. 3
,2434 Mar. 18

25

ss*
89

Prices.
Mar.
2
Mar. 27

1.

21

Sale

12034 Sale
2534 Sale

2234

Sale

Jan.

28

6734 Jan.

2

19

6

13$

Mar. 27
Mar.

2

2534 Mar. 23

3

2
7

Mar.

3

*

.

25 %
1st preferred..

Sale

2634 Sale

*

3

2334
8934
9134
2134

2

85

2

Mar.

Mar.

1734 Jan.

2

Mar. 13 148

40

Highest.
Sale Prices.
30
Feb. 26

Mar.

12034 Mar. 2 12034 Mar.
2134 Mar. 30 2834 Mar.

147

Class B

JAN.

Sale Prices.
15
Jan.
2

9134 Mar.

200

v

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.
Sale

1,250

25

(Cont.)

Gas & Elec, com......*
Class A
»

15,000
305,600
4,780
2,815
7,300
108,100
1,700

550
-

UTILITIES

RANGE

2

1931.
UBLIC

IN MARCH.

Price
Jan.

40

1734 Mar. 10 1734 Mar. 10
Mar. 12
2634 Mar. 25 27
Mar. 24
10134 Mar. 4 102

22

Feb.

34 Jan. 16
Jan.. 2

1934 Jan.
13934 Jan.
115

Jan.

21

Jan.

3434 Jan.

Jan.

1

20

Jan.

5 153

Feb.

19
9

12034 Mar.
2
2834 Mar.
40

Feb.

25 34 J an.

13

27

9834 Jan.

26

2534 Mar. 23

6
21

15

Mar. 27
Jan. 23
Feb. 28
Feb. 28

Mar.

17
13
2

7
3

1734 Mar. 10
Mar. 12

14 102

Feb.

20

ables & Wireless—

0

—

mm

mm

—

£1
£1

% Sale
% Sale
3% Sale
;

—

400

10,600

1,000
14,400

10

120

80

90

"15M ~l7H

^

m

^

'

o

334:.

20

$

Mar. 11

1

34

U

334

334

Sale

2534

28

J4 Mar.

9

334 Mar.

4

4

20
93
81

31

Mar.

4,000
134,200

1,100
57,200

50

"i",I6o

>

100

$6 preferred—t

100

200
500

17

350

$7 Prior lien preferred

""loo

375

Convpref

300
100

300

18

~ Sale'

8434 Mar.

2

300

50

590

551,100

38,000
75

200

99

1134

Sale

24

1034

17

49

50

Sale

50

5134

100

183

Jan.

Mar.

Mar. 19
Jan.

23

1834 Feb.

11

W*

67

Mar. 20
Feb.
6

Mar. 17 10034 Mar.

94

Jan.

5
2434 Feb.
7 10134 Feb.

10J4 Mar. 11

1234 Mar.

9

Jan.

2

Mar. 24

96

Mar.

95

Feo.

19

Mar. 18
Mar. 26

87

Mar.

87
54

Mar. 18

6634 Mar.

100

Feb.

Feb.

11
9

Mar. 19

Jan; 10

97
87

Mar. 18

4

6834 Feb.
5 10034 Feb.
8
65
Feb.

25
4

Mar. 11

65

Mar.

50

Jan.

19

Mar. 18

1934 Mar.

19

Mar. 18

8134 Mar.
8434 Mar.
5234 Mar.
112
Mar. 24 112
Mar.
24334 Mar. 30 25034 Mar.

81% Jan. 13
8434 Mar. 27

Jan.
Feb.

48

Mar. 11

50

Mar.

2

Sale

24934 Sale

24534 Sale

1% Sale

234 Sale

234 Sale

234 Mar. 30

Sale

1034 Mar. 19

Jan.

6

112

234 Mar. 10

Mar. 24

221

Jan.

134 Jan.

1934 Mar. 17

iff*

13
9

Mar. 24

2 25634 Feb.

2

24

26

234 Mar. 10

85
8
de Electricidad S A
(Chad)

_

56%
90

Class B

v

t c

*

650

50

8434 Mar. 17

65

221

26,200
5,200
1,900

100

92

2

19
18

93

6

100

25

8,300
1,600
1,300

Feb.

8

Feb.

24

Feb.

7

23 102

Mar. 30
Jan.
2

8134 Mar. 6
8434 Mar. 27

133,500

Feb.

14

62

4734

Warrants.

Jan.

15

3

3§

87

106

1134 Sale

* 7 preferred.

6% preferred

Jan.

1934 Mar.

1734 Mar.

2234 Mar. 27

2334 Sale

1534

2,480

196,000

Sale

18

100

new

6.200

50

91
79

"15" "Mar."30 "1734 Mar!

" Sale"

1834 Sale

98

9% Sale

200

100

93

2

96

..*

Warrants

1,300

14

134 Mar.

10134 Feb. 27 10134 Feb. 27
Feb. 18
34 Feb. 17
5
Mar. 10
1734 Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

*

342,900 Central States Electric com.*
:/ 500
7% preferred
100
200 *6% pref with warrants.. 100
1,700
6% pref without warrants.
75
6% cony pref
100

139,800

Jan.

67

16

14M Sale

4,300

.

27

3

34 Mar.

Mar.
2
Mar. 19

10

■

34 Jan.
34 Jan.

134 Mar.
34 Mar.
334 Mar.

102

81

''

^

134 Sale

% Mar.

£1

20 Carolina Pow & Lt $6 pref.

'

*»

Am dep rets A ord sh
Am dep rets B ord sh
Am dep rets pref sh

Sale

59
Sale

14% Sale
5
6H

1134 Sale

11

6634 7034
9934 Sale
1534 Sale
534 Sale

69
95

7334
Sale

1634
17
734 Sale

400

6734 Mar. 18
94

Mar. 31

1534 Mar. 2
534 Mar. 2
4234 Mar. 25
103

Mar. 18

124
s3

Mar.
Mar.

2134
9234
1834
3434

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Feb.

24

85

Feb.

4

8

Jan.

2

12

Mar.

6834 Mar. 16
9934 Mar. 2
1734 Mar. 11
8
Mar. 25
4234 Mar. 25
103
Mar. 18

60

Jan.

9

6834 Mar. 16

82

Jan.

Mar.

12

1434 Jan.
5

Feb.

4134 Feb.

9734 Jan.

5 101

2
24

Feb.

24
4

26

1734 Mar. 11
8

Mar. 25

9 4434 Jan. 20
Mar. 18
5 103

'

25

108

200

"825
45,700
6,000
425

425

400
200

1,521,900
9,700
6,400

*

....

55 cum preferred
12,000
_._*
2,400 Elec Pow & Lt 2d pref A
44,900
Option warrants
900 Empire G 8c F 7% pref....100
1,100
8% preferred
100
2,700 Empire Pow Corp part atk._*
11,100 Empire Pub Serv class A
*
9,200 European Elec Co of Can A. 10
67,800
Option warrants
3,000 Florida Power Ac Lt 57 pref.

"

16,800
300
100

2,700
6,100
41,000

118

15%

17

14

Sale

2134

Sale

2234

1834 Sale
3534 Sale
734 Sale

334

Sale

Sale

23

§y<
7H

Sale

35
;

8

7

Sale
Sale

5734 Sale
10634 Sale
9434 Sale

20

Sale

34

74
86

79
Sale

33

31]
51

5134 Sale
108

Sale

97

Sale

Sale

3034

78

80

7634

80

89

95

89

47

43
3534
334
of/8
934 Sale

M.

at

'tm'm

—

21,850

Sale

a?*

334 Sale
9
934

Sale

2

Sale

102

Sale

Sale

sl06
94

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

2834 Mar.
7734 Mar.

Sale

O

9

*

1,800 General Water Wks <fe Elec
2,600 Georgia Power 56 pref

A

13

•

700
50

*

96

Sale

18

768

375

700

275

735 Int Hydro-El $3.50
700
Warrants

■

400

4,600

conv

50

4,900

12,000

280

720

225

825

75

75

200

Mar.

100

10034

99

9934

90

92

93%

92

95

95
95

300

10

534
44

7

634

8

Sale

21

2134

2634 Sale

33

35

43

'534 Sale

44
1034 Sale
9834 Sale
434 Sale

234

Sale
134

434 Sale
134 Sale

8,100
100

200

52,080
1,800
1,200

56 pref series C

2634 Sale
4234
44
934 Sale

•

'

m m m'm mm

5

Sale

234 Sale

3434 Sale
111

Sale

33
111

Sale

109

3034

Sale

Sale

10

550

950

Second preferred

834

Sale

534

Sale

334 Sale

834
9
334 Sale

334
10
434 Sale

3

-

1,700

For footnotes

250

434

1134 Sale

10

1034

....—*

1734 Sale

2434 Sale

page




54.

Jan.

79

11»
4

Mar. 18
Mar. 18

5 104

Mar. 18

5034 Jan.

2

Mar. 19

17

Jan.

65

Mar. 17

12

Feb.

17

96

Jan.

2

72

70

Mar. 10

Jan.

8634 Jan.
8934 Jan.

5 10734 Mar. 27

30
5

13

2134

Sale

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

23

Sale

95

Feb.

24

10034 Jan. 10 10754 Mar. 27
4

234 Feb.
534 Feb.

Jan.

9
Feb.
Jan.
45
3-16 Feb.

23
7

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

2134 Jan.
3434 Jan.
534 Jan.
2

Jan.

Mar.

85

Jan.

88

234 Jan.
% Jan.
10634 Jan.

109

Feb. 21

96

Mar. 13

96

Mar.

2J4 Mar.
109

Mar. 13

96

Mar.
-

Mar. 13

Mar. 25

3734 Mar. 25

9

Mar. 28

10

Mar.

4

3

4

Mar.

2

434 Mar. 2
3434 Mar. 10
1034 Mar. 30

35

Jan.

99

7

434 Mar. 25
Mar. 10

1154 Mar.

6

Mar. 30

2134 Mar. 31 2534 Mar. 10
9834 Mar. 4 101
Mar.
3
9

2

Mar.

9

3

Mar.

4

2434 Mar.
134 Mar.

2
3

Mar.
3
Mar. 26

Feb.

24

Feb.

24

Feb.

17

tH

Feb.

24

7

n2 34

96

Mar. 13

30

Mar. 26
Mar. 23
Mar. 21

Jan.

6
3654 Mar.
3 11254 Mar.
3 10634 Mar.
Mar.
10754 Mar. 21 109

10634 Jan.
10034 Jan.

37

Mar. 25

854 Jan.
154 Jan.

9734
1734
9734
154
2

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

2034 Jan.
1

Feb.

21
10

26
31

3734 Mar. 25

17
2

10

5
2

35

Mar.
434 Feb.

4

3 % Jan.

3234 Feb.
834 Jan.

8

14

Mar. 17

?5*
IVA

Mar.

354 Feb.

1

6
30

41

33
Mar. 31
3634 Mar. 21
11034 Mar. 20 11234 Mar. 10
106
Mar. 10 10634 Mar. 26
10754 Mar. 21 109
Mar.31

23

Mar.
Jan.

9434 Mar. 17

Mar.

234 Mar. 28

24J4 Sale
134 Sale

72
93

Mar.

7

Mar.

Mar.

12

Mar. 16

88

Mar.

Mar.

16

10054 Mar. 12

3334
4434
1034
9834
434

Mar.

334 Mar.

17

8

Mar.

334
8534
334
134

8034 Feb.
7054 Jan,
1534 Jan.

44

Mar.

9

78

10334 Feb. 24 105

Mar.

43

2

Feb.

5

434 Mar. 25
Mar. 10

1234 Feb.
99

2534
101

11

Mar. 30
Mar. 10
Mar.

3

234 Feb. 21
354 Feb. 11
25

Feb.

11

10534 Mar. 24 10554 Mar. 24

8434 Feb.
10534 Mar.

5
254 Jan.
8434 Feb. 19
10534 Mar. 24

108

Mar. 28 108

Mar. 28

107

Feb.

108

Mar. 28

4 107

Mar. 17

10034 Jan.

107

Mar. 17

Mar. 31 104

Mar. 31

99

Jan.

104

Mar. 31

Mar.

2434 Jan.
5534 Feb.
9354 Jan.

25

10534

Sale

10434 Mar.

104

...

Pub Service 7% pref.....25
2,775 Montreal Lt. Ht flc Pow
*
10 Mountain Sts Pow 7% pfd.100

see

100

Mar. 19

7

434

Sale

104

,

Monongahela West Penn
150

7

Mar.

78

98

2

1,825 Mohawk & Hud Pow 1st pref.*

25

Jan.

12
2

37

50 Midland Uti 16% pr lien..100
50 Minn Power & Lt
7% pref. 100
20 Miss River Power pref
100

—

50

27
26

24

Mar. 10

96

,

4.60C
2.700

5234 Feb.

134 Jan.

Mar.

2634 Mar.

96
30

334

...

176,880 Middle West Util com..._.._*
1,900
$6 conv pref ser A new
*
A warrants.
2,100
B warrants
2,100
9,600 Mid-West States Util class A *
7,900 Midland Nat Gas partic A..*

900

23

23

104
4

534 Mar.
44

109

Am dep ret

Bearer shares

26

Jan.

7

Mar. 16 105

10434 Mar.

*

10,200 Mass Util Associates v t C—_*
550
5% conv preferred.......50
38,100 Memphis Nat Gas com
.._*
Metropolitan Edison Co—

175

Feb.
Jan.

8934 Jan.

334 Feb.

9534
9334 Mar.
9434 Mar.
9534 n9734 Mar. 23 n97% Mar.

200 Maine Gas Companies com..*
Marconi Internat Marine

"2", 600

Mar. 31
Mar.
5

2

3-16 Feb.

of Can—.1
Marconi Wirel Tel Ltd
£1

8
9

24

12

93

*

Kings County Lighting
5% preferred series D—100
Long Island Light com..
*
7% preferred
.100
6% preferred series B ..100
Los Angeles G & E 6% pf—100

2

34 Mar. 19

97

5 101
2

Mar.

Mar. 17
6634 Mar.
Mar.
1134 Mar. 5 14
9934 Mar. 28 10034 Mar.

70

8534

...

4,600
Communication
339,300 Marconi Wirel Tel

Jan.

9 108

31

Mar.
Mar.

*

Italian Superpower cl A
*
Warrants
450 Jersey Cent Pr & Lt 7% pf.100

50

Jan.

Jan.
20 258% Feb.
15
61
Feb.

32

...

64,000
21,600

50

Jan.

4

Mar.

69

105

pref.*

120 Interstate Power 57 pref

26,900
11,000

Mar. 26

3534 Mar.

7734 Jan.
8534 Jan.

65

100

12,800 Internat Superpower
*
8,200 Internat Util class A
*
Class B
131,600
*
1,150
Participating pref
♦
Warrants for class B stock.
14,300

90

1,700
78,300

6% preferred

7334 Sale

Indianapolis Pow & Lt—
(>%% cum pref.
100

1,000 Inland Util partic class A
1,600 Intercont Power com A

"""600

39,700

7134 Sale

*

2,050 Illinois

24

20

*

25 Illinois Nor Util 6% pref—100
P & L $6 pref
.*

""250

6,400
1,800

5034 Sale

125 Gt Western Pow 7% pref .100
225 Haverhill Elec Co v t c
25

225

17

Mar. 20
Mar. 19

13
4

Mar.

14

16

634 Feb.
94

10234 Jan.
895-4 Jan.
9134 Jan.

4634 Mar.

134 Mar.
102

15

100
200

3

21

Feb.

27

40

3634 Mar.
78
Mar.

4634 Mar.
334 Mar.

1434 .Ian.

2 145

3

Jan.

242

26034 Mar.
5934 Mar.
10834 Mar.
97
Mar.
101
Mar.

26034 Mar.
5134 Mar.

14

8054 Feb.

56 cum conv pref ser B
10 General Pub Serv 56 pref
350 Gen Pub Utilities $7 pref

—

Mar.

8

Gen Gas & Elec—

9,000

17

Jan.

21 108

9234 Mar. 17
1334 Jan. 30
3131 Jan. 14
634 Jan. 30

35% Mar.

Mar.

Jan.

234 Jan.

95

38

118

14134 Mar.
634 Mar.
27
Mar.
94
Mar.
24
Mar.

95

41 £
103

Jan.

1434 Jan.
Sale

127
6

...

800

17
Sale

..100

410 Edison Elec Ilium (Boston) 100
4,035,700 Elec Bond & Share common.*
Preferred
21,400
*

600

-

6% preferred

99,500 Eastern States Pr com B
1,200 Eastern Util Associates
Convertible stock
2,700

57,000

10

1434

3,050 Duke Power Co
100
110,900 Duquesne Gas Corp com
*
10,400 Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc.

23

25

25

Sale

5934 Sale

2434
26
6334 Sale

2454 Mar. 14
5934 Mar. 2

25

2

6954 Mar. 21

Mar.

2

6954 Mar. 21
9354 Jan.
7

I

49

NEW YOEK CUEB EXCHANGE
PRICES

AGGREGATE SALES.
Since

March.

Jan.

Jan. 1.
PUBLIC UTIL.

Bid.

March 2.

Par

(Cond.)

Ask.

*

300 Nat Elec Power class A

50

300

3,200
1,200

7,700
3,400
1,400

""266

500
425

22

24

100

7% preferred
cum

♦
cl A.*

preferred

Nat Public Service com

*

Common class B-_

94

9554

16

20

32 X

Sale

*
100
50 Nebraska Power Co pref__100

50
50

25

23

24

""166
830

3,180

25

100

$3.50 conv preferred

7% preferred

94

100

6% preferred

100

79 34

7% preferred
100
Corp com new..
11,400
2,125 N Y Teleo 6%% pref
100
10
786,333 Niagara Hud Pow com
Class A opt warrants......
94,883
Class B opt warrants
21,900
Class C warrants
9,100
1,100 North Amer Light At Power.*
Nor Amer Util Sec com....
6,900
First preferred...
500
2,170 NorlndPub Ser6% pref..100
250
7% preferred...
100
N Y Steam

850

100

2,800

""770
175
50

Sale

8,800
350

17,700
1,100

400

560

10

v

200 Nor'west States Utilities
10 Northwest Util 7% pref

50

29,500 Pacific Gas 8c

16,400

10154 Sale

10454

Sale'

Elec 1st

pf..25

675

"4.566

16,300 Pacific Pub

Serv class A

*

10154 Mar.

Mar.

5

Mar.

Sale

954 Sale
IX Sale
454
5 54
IX Sale
60

2)4

73

67

75X

118)4 117

118
13 X

Sale

7834
118

1254 Sale
2X Sale
654 Sale

7

Sale

2

Sale

3

2

Mar.

8534 Mar.

25

200

•
12,200 Pa Water 8c Power
14,800 Peoples Light 8c Power cl A
1,000 Philadelphia Co new com...*
200 Phila Elec Pow 8% pref
25

3%

3)4

6,400

600

3)4

4

5

9954 Mar. 12 10954 Mar. 19

101

135
Sale

""166

850

50

50

Sale
10734 Sale
137 X

144

100

50 Rochester G & E pref D

4

3

2654 Sale
102

Sale

2754

Mar.

113

Mar.

10634 Mar.
15254 Mar.
10954 Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

94

1154

108

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

108

Mar.

28

Mar.

T.366
14,800

Sale

27

24

Mar. 28

24

25

200

1,700
25

11,900
3,500
3,800

650

,

1,000
800

250
400

50

"""266
30

1,100
40

3,300
21,200

302",600
10,500
37,800
181,000
200

7,800

C,

10

>8X

105X
68

6634

Sale
32
Sale

24

25

28

34

834

34

834 Mar.

5

9

934 Mar. 12

3 10454
7034
2554
28
Mar. 10 3134
3254 Mar. 14 34

10454 Mar.
6634 Sale
2054 Sale
28
32

Mar. 31

65

2034 Mar. 31

X

54 Sale

Sale

54 Mar.
5854 Mar.

2
7

1

»

Class B

*

common

Preferred.
._...*
Standard Pub Serv class A..*
_

.

.

..

Swiss-American Elec pref.100
250 Tacony Ac Palmyra Bridge^
5,900 Tampa Electric Co.........*
100 Tenn Elec Power 7% pref.100
50 Tex-La Power 7% pref
100

40 Union E L Ac P (Mo) 7% pf.100
13,600 Union Natural Gas of Can..*
34,700 United Elec Serv purch warr.
American shares
2,300
1,410,050 United Gas com ...........*
$7 preferred......
31,400
...»
Warrants
90,400
558,400 United Lt Ac Power com A...*
Class B
1,000
$6 cum 1st pref
*
17,300
............

400 United Pub Service Co com.*

135,900 U S Elec Pow com with warr.*
Stock purchase warrants..
4,400

75

200 Utah Power Ac Light pref.100
75 Utica Gas Ac Elec 7% pf
100
115,600 Util Pow At Light com.......*

25

22,800
5,300

"'"206
400
50

13,100

Class B

v t

600 Western Power pref......100
50 West Tex Util $6 pref.......*
FORMER

STANDARD

94

Feb.
Mar.

Jan.

8
8

Jan.

106

10034 Feb. 20

10034 Feb.
1934 Jan.

2854 Feb. 27
2034 Jan. 27

Jan.

100
8
109

Mar. 13

Jan.

100

Feb.

Jan.

109

Feb.

Mar.

10834 Jan.

111

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

103
59

Jan.

20

Jan.

10454 Mar. 3
7034 Mar. 6
2654 Feb. 1§

28

Feb.

Feb.

ii*

3254 Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 18

Feb.

34 Jan.

37

29

1

53

Feb.

14

Feb.
Jan.

16 rlOO
2 258

Mar.

Mar.
Feb.

Mar.

2

3

86

Feb.
Feb.

Feb.

3

98

Feb.

3 10334 Mar.

5034 Mar.

7

50

Mar. 11
Mar. 19

Sale

16 X

Sale

8634

92

1734

Sale'

8

3

100

Mar.

24

21

7X

Sale

6

37
95

50
98 X

Sale

5

44

42

50

Jan.

2

86

Jan.

10

3034 Mar.
2554 Mar.
2534 Mar.

Jan.

9
20

Mar.

2434 Mar. 20

z51
19

5

Mar.

Mar. 26

6

46

Sale

98

100
Sale

5

Sale

22

25

854 Sale

4J4 Sale

28

4234 4734
9934 100
234
4

9

Sale

5734 Sale

52

109

5634
Sale

6

Mar.

97

654
50

Mar. 14 4934
9834 Mar. 17 101
5
234 Mar. 23
9134 Mar. 2 95

42

54)4

Mar. 10
Mar. 30

44

57

Mar. 31 109

Mar.
Mar.

110

14)

15
Sale

34 Mar. 28

134 Sale

1454
1654
34 Sale

14

34

1-16

Mar. 20

81

Jan.

Mar.

4

44

Mar. 10

Mar.

2

Mar. 31

5

Mar. 18

90

94

6

10

1134 Sale
Sale
Sale
3234 Sale
9234
354

10354 Sale
10

6

954 Sale
93

3

2834 Sale
10034 Sale
6
4

454
IX

Sale

-754 Sale

IX

l03"" 112""
98"" 105"
9% Sale
Sale

53 X

Sale
103X

99

Sale
Sale

4734 Jan.

Mar. 80
Mar. 4
Mar. 30

110
10434 105
Sale
1154 Sale
2954 Sale
2934 Sale

101

14

10134 10234 103

934
9154
234
2734

3

10

Feb.

3

18

2

Jan.

23

7
15

3-16 Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

2

454
3434
6934
23 104)4

Jan.

2

Feb.

24

Jan.

Jan.

16

7

Jan.

9
20

Feb.

26
2

6

Feb.

26

Jan.

454 Jan.
154 Feb. 20

Mar.

105

Mar.

14

Mar.

103)4 Feb. 24 104
2
9
Jan.
1434
21
Jan.
2
3134
9634 Jan. 22 100
53 X Jan.
2
6234
6 104
9834 Jan.
9334 Mar. 11 9334

3134 Mar.

Jan.

Mar. 12

Mar.

23
27
3

854 Feb. 27
234 Mar. 3

Mar. 17 104
4

3
23

12

2
2

Mar. 26 108

Mar.

9
5
10

ilV*
94

Jan.

234 Jan.

6034 Mar. 26

18
5

Feb.

6034 Jan.
94)4 Jan.

6034 Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
6 104
10454 101
9334 Mar. 11 9334 Mar.

6034

Feb.
Mar.

34 Feb.

23

754 Mar.
234 Mar.

7
25

Mar. 18

6
6

1134 Mar. 30

Feb.

Mar. 31

934 Jan.
754 Jan.

334 Mar.
3434 Mar.
6934 Mar.
10034 Mar. 30 104)4 Mar.

106
104

2

Feb.

Feb.26
4934 Mar. 23
Mar.
6
101
Mar.
2
5
95
Mar. 20
4434 Mar. 4
Feb. 24
61

iBB

86

Mar.

6

534 Mar. 30
154 Mar. 26

7

6

4

Mar. 18

4 109

1-16 Mar.

Mar. 30
Mar.

Feb.

Mar. 26

11154 Mar. 9 11154 Mar.
1334 Feb. 14 1734 Jan.

11)4 Mar.
94

10
27

7034 Feb. 18
10854 Jan. 20
10454 Mar. 6 110

108

2

10
7

654 Sale
154
2
108
Sale

5934

134 Mar.

11154 Mar. 9 11154 Mar.
Mar.
1334 Mar. 12 15
34 Mar.
1-16 Mar.
7

65

7X Sale
86
Sale
2X Sale
23 X Sale

7 12154
5
97
30
634
17
50

3234 Jan. 30
9
9834 Feb.
254 Mar. 23

10

IX Sale

Jan.

9

6 161)4 Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 23

6

Mar. 31

Jan.

4

354 Jan.

2

Feb.

28

If*

35)4 Jan.

Mar.

Mar. 23

30)4

31

Mar. 10

Mar.

60
86

19
Mar.
7
9 x51
Jan.
19
15 2434 Mar. 20

Jan.

16134 Mar.

94

Mar. 27

Jan.

.

454 Mar.
18 11834 Jan.
5

Feb.

Jan.

2434 Jan.

Mar. 14

11234 Mar.

11234 Mar.
10454 Mar.

2554 Mar.

4

12134

Mar.

109

7

16134 Mar.

Mar.

44

Mar. 31

2634 Mar.

434 Mar.
44

45

9134 Sale
47 X

60

8

3 100
Mar.
3
19
1834 Mar. 26

21

Sale

36

Mar.

1534 Feb.

s29

97

3% Sale
40

50

2834 Mar. 19

Mar. 23

16134 Mar.
454 Mar.
11934 Mar.

32)|

Mar.

1834 Mar. 26

25

13
14

Mar. 27

3034 Mar. 12

Mar. 27

55

26

22X

3 100

§§"" "§2"
28

19

1634 Mar.

6
6

Feb.

26

Mar. 27

100

16

Feb.

Jan.

43

2834
8

91

Mar. 21 100)4 Jan. 31
Feb. 14
8334 Jan. 21 86
42)4 Mar. 3 5034 Mar. 7

Mar. 19

Mar. 27

16
11

3 269X Feb. 25

98

Mar. 11

8

5
2
11

Mar. 18

6

2834
15

10
2

6034 Mar. 20

3
Mar. 20

6 10334 Mar.
9934 Mar.

Mar.

16

934 Mar. 12

Feb.

6034 Mar. 20

Mar. 21

5
5

26

50

23%

c

350 Virginia Pub Serv 7% pf__100
Massachusetts Cos....*

1,100 West

Mar. 20
Mar. 23

9

201 34 Jan.

8534
4234

8534 Sale

200 United Rys Ac El Bait com..50

43,600
1,600

Mar. 20

Jan.

201

98

9

Mar. 19

90

Sale

6

Jan.

Mar. 28

10334 Mar.
98

225 Texas Pow Ac Lt 7% pref..100
60 Toledo Edison 6% pref...100
100 Tri State Tel Ac Tel com
Twin States Nat Gas part A.*

5

Mar.

28

Mar. 28

__

7,000

Mar. 17
Feb.

45

Mar. 28 246

245

Sale

Mar. 10

Mar. 19
Mar.
4

9

24554 Mar. 28 246

201

Mar. 10

10234 Mar. 30

nlOO

62

200 Sou'west G & E 7% pref..100
Southwest Gas Utilities

17

Jan.

102

Mar.

2734 Mar.

2

Mar.

36

50 X Sale

Standard Power Ac Lt com..*

104)4

5

14

2
2634 Feb.
2534 Mar. 27

2534 Mar.

Mar. 16 111

110

Sale

104 X

Sale

21X Sale

8

100
200 Southern Union Gas...
3,050 Southw Bell Tel 7% pref.100

36,800
7,600
5,900
1,150
1,000
1,600

28

Jan.

20

10 Southern New Eng Tel

10

15

Jan.

2

Mar. 24
6 108
10454 Jan.
10334 Jan. 16 10534 Mar. 6
9 10834 Jan. 26
10634 Feb.

10534 Mar.

Mar. 21 106

104

111
61

6 11834 Mar. 13
1534 Mar. 10

2

334
834
334
6534
434

94

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 13

13 11234 Mar. 23
2
8954 Mar. 16

10934 Feb. 24 113
103
Jan. 17 10634
12334 Jan. 15 15254
2 10954
101
Jan.
9 101
9554 Feb.
4
1634 Feb.
1654

Mar.

101

2734 Mar. 2
2534 Mar. 27

28

Sale

"l§54

Sale

27 X

100

4,600 Sou Calif Edison pref A....25
Preferred B.............25
11,700
5)4% pref class C
25
12,700
100
5% cum particorlg pref..25
25
1,800 Southern Colo Pow cl A
*
16,500 Southern Nat Gas Co com

4,100
5,300

22

45

20 Sierra Pacific Elec 6% pf_.100

"""500

Jan.

Mar. 30
Mar. 30
Jan. 16 10454 Mar. 31

97

10234 Mar.

105

8

3.200 Shawlnlgan Water 8c Pow.

1,500

11

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
134 Jan.
6334 Feb.
2)4 Jan.

334 Mar.
6534 Mar.
434 Mar.

Mar.

108

com.

14,800 Rockland Light 8c Power.. 10

4,700

6
9

Feb.

10934
4634
11354
934
154
534

834 Mar.

2

94

com..

300 Rochester Cent Pow

Feb.

86

9734 Jan. 14 99
14034 Mar. 6 141

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 30

6

13634 Mar.
108
11034 10734 Mar.
zlOOMSale
9834 Mar.

300 Railway 8c Light Securities.*
1,800 Rhode Isld Pub Serv pref.

300
50

75

2

101

8954
116
Mar. 23 11834
1534
1254 Mar. 31
334
234 Mar. 4

149

Com $100 par stock....100
Pub Serv of Oklahoma

475 Quebec Power Co,

Jan.

19

10454 Mar.

108

6% prior lien
.....100
100
7% prior lien
100
900 Puget Sound P & L $6 pf.
$5 preferred^..........
420

425
25

6 103

Jan.

7934 Jan.

325
25

320

Jan.

71

3
5

98

106

125

58

50 Pub Serv Colo 7 % pref
.100
1,325 Public Service of Nor 111....*

24

Jan. 21 10434 Mar. 24
8
2154 Mar. 19
Feb.
7
Jan. 28 36
Feb. 11
Mar. 26 44
8
8734 Mar. 5
8334 Jan.
Mar.
5
5 110
110
Mar.

Mar.

101

Sale

1,691 Power Corp of Canada.....

125

Jan.

1734 Jan. '

Mar.

Ill

...50
50 Phila Traction Co
Piedmont Hydro-Elec Co
Option warrants new
8,300

2,300
4,600

91

Mar.

99

7134 Mar. 13

254 Mar.
6534 Mar.
334 Mar.

62

50 Pa Ohio Pow & Lt 7% pfd.100
750 Pa Power 8c Light $7 pref...*
$6 Preferred
«
50

""360

2534 Mar. 16

94

Sale

254

101

10

600 Pa Gas 8c Elec class A

10

20

97

350 Peninsular Telep Co com
20
7% preferred...........100

400

2

Feb.

6

5

Feb.

30
42

Mar. 17 112)4 Mar.

110

46 X

100
100

300
5)4% 1st preferred..
..25
825 Pacific Ltg Corp $6 pref....*
25 Pacific Pow & Lt 7% pref.100

200

Mar. 30

98

185 Ohio Power 6% preL
70 Ohio Pub Ser 7% 1st pf A.100
750 Oklahoma Gas 8c Elec pref100
50 Oklahoma Nat Gas pref..l00

50
20
•

Corp com. 100
7% preferred.....
...100
6% cum pref..
100

74

99
Mar. 30 99
14034 Mar. 6 141

100 Nor N Y Utilities 7% pref.100
Nor States Pow

90

5 110

7134 Mar. 30
8334 Mar. 9

250

432,600
41,650
13,300
4,500

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices.

103

$7 Prior Hen preferred.»_*

150

4,000

1.

8834 Jan.

24

2534 Mar. 16

9954 Mar. 12 10954 Mar. 19

100 New Engl Telep Ac Teleg_„100
75 New Orleans P S 7% pref
100
250 N Y Power Ac Light $6 pref.

75

Mar.

110

New "Ingl Pub Serv

100

Sale

101X Sale 104X 104X 10134 Mar. 2 10434 Mar. 24
1834
2134
1954 Mar. 18 2134 Mar. 19
1934
22
3434
38)4 3434 3834
42
Mar. 26 4234 Mar. 25
8734 Mar. 5 8734 Mar. 5

100
180 Nevada-Calif Elec com
25
$7 preferred
160 New Engl Power Asan com

160

Highest.
Sale Prices.

2534 Mar. 16
90
Mar.
5

26

87

Nat Power Ac Light—

$6

Ask.

Lowest.

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

354 Jan.

700 Municipa I Service

;

"""loo

JAN.

SINCE

2

1931.

Shares.

Shares.

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Price

NEW YORK

CURB EXCHANGE

In

5 108

Mar. 31
Mar.-17
Feb. 26
Mar.
6
Feb. 10
Feb. 27
Mar. 30
Mar. 11

OIL

SUBSIDIARIES

100

800
7

500
100

350
200

16,800
25,600
1,500
r

2.700

450 Borne Scrymser Co

.....25

2,100 Buckeye Pipe Line........50
900 Chesebrough Mfg
700 Cumberland Pipe Line

800 Eureka Pipe Line
1,300 Galena Oil Corp

25
50

100

42,200 Humble Oil Ac Refinlng__..25
51,900 Imperial Oil (Canada)......*
Registered
.__*
3,900
10
7,300 Indiana Pipe Line

«'or footnote* see page




54.

7
46
125

:

12
51

135

2034

27

28

2734

2

30
3

62

63

55

1734 Sale
21

23

8

8

2

Mar.

834 Mar. 20

8

Mar. 27
Mar.
6

40

Jan.

110

Jan.

4834 Mar.

51

120
31

11554 Mar.
Mar.

125
27

33

27)4 Mar.

28

5034 Sale
110
27

3
Sale

1534 Sale
14 54
1534
1734 Sale

25

2}

Mar.

Mar. 23

2054 Jan.

Mar.

4

27

Mar.

4

Feb.

ir*

Jan.

8

Mar. 27

24
30
Jan. 26
2954 Feb. 27
Feb. 14
Feb. 13

125

Fen.

2

15

Mar.

1734 Mar.
1654 Mar.

134 Jan.
54X Mar.
1454 Mar.

4

15

Mar.

11*

16

Mar.

20

5

16

Jan.

2134 Feb. 25

2

Mar.

54 X Mar.

62

Mar.

3

1434 Mar.

Mar.

d*

Jan.

Jan.

3
23

50

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES.

PRICES

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Jan.

1.
FORMER

STANDARD
OIL
SUBSIDIARIES (Concluded)

9.700 National Transit
4.400 New York Transit
750 Northern Pipe Line
8.500
2.000
1.500
5,000
16.400

Bid..

k

March 2.

Ask

Bid.

10

12
12

H

14

1334
1094 Sale

50

2634

31

3034

12.50

Ohio Oil 6% cum pref

Sale

100

Penn Mex Fuel.

13

33

9934 101

25

Solar Refining

25

Southern Pipe Line....
South Penn Oil

10
25

Standard Oil (Ind)
25
Standard Oil (Kentucky)..10

10

Standard Oil (Nebraska)
25
Standard Oil (Ohio) com __25
7% Preferred.....
100

1,770

100

5% cum pref
100 Swan 8c Finch Oil Corp
"10
7% preferred..

SINCE

JAN.

I.

Ask.

1534

25
25

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale

Mar. 16

13

IO34
.

Sale
Sale

29

1734 Mar. 23
1134 Mar. 11

1234 Jan.
2
1034 Feb. 19

1734 Mar. 23

30

Mar. 30

28

30

Mar.

9834 Mar.
1334 Jan.

1034 Mar. 31

29

9934 10034
1334
17
6
734
1334
15
1834 Sale

Mar. 31

9834 Mar.
1334 Mar.
73I Mar.
1234 Mar.
1834 Mar.

17 100
9
15

Mar.

10
11

30

Mar.

6

3694 Sale
21

Sale

"48"" "54"'
115 Ji 115K
101X 104

354

7

33

Mar. 31

34

ou 78

Sale
oaio

3UM
3094

Mar. 30

2134

Sale

2134 Mar.

3434 Mai*.
2394 Mar.

3434 Sale
23 34 Sale
3334 35

28

54

4934 Sale

2994 Mar. 27

30

10

14

Feb.

3

22 *

Jan.

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.

27

36

3094 Mar.
2094 Jan.
2994 Mar.

Mar.

14

13

38

23

36

2
7

lj
7

11534 Jan.

55

103
4

105
6

104

"63" Sale"

Mar.

115

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

103

105
3
10

Mar. 19

49

Mar. 12 10534 Mar. 27

104

106

2

Mar. 30

49

6

Mar.

62

Jan.

334 Jan.
10

Mar.

10

"53 % Sale

35
54

15

Feb.

iff &IlLr' *1

1834 Mar.

Mar.

1434 Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

33

6

Jan.

10

8

uo

.

Feb.

1394 Mar.
1994 Mar.

Sale

..25

162,300 Vacuum Oil

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask, Bid.

600 So West Pa Pine Lines.....50

368,500
52,300
2,700
9,400

RANGE

2

1931.

Shares.

IN MARCH.

Price
Jan.

5434 Mar.

5434 Sale

Mar.

10

6334 Mar.

Mar.

5294 Jan.

6994 Feb.

6
*

9

OTHER OIL STOCKS.

108,900 American Maracalbo
31,100 Arkansas Nat Gas com.
Class A..
147,300
14,900
Preferred...
2,600 Atlantic Loboa Oil com
Preferred
6,600

50

British-American Oil Co

£1

5,300

.*
*

10

X Sale
534 Sale
594 Sale
634
734

34 Sale
6

634
Sale

6
6 34

Coupon stock (bearer)

34
294
16

Carib Syndicate com
33,200 Colon Oil Corp common

Sale

1434

1434

1

13

2

Sale

134

25

Sale
Sale
Sale

94
534
594
634

6 7y

*

93,500

194
534
594

234

Sale

94
Sale

31

Mar. 2
Mar. 12
Mar. 16
Mar. 6
Mar. 3
Mar. 16

1

500

43,500
16,400
3,100
23,300

2% Sale
294 Sale

*

._*

Corp

634

634

*

334 Sale

*434 T534

»
*

"294 Sale"
394 Sale
34 Sale
4

434
434 Sale

6

294 Mar.
334 Mar.

5
6

1

5

Sale

434 Mar. 30

634 Mar.

5

2

Mar.

6

434 Mar. 30

294
734
394
34

Mar. 2
Mar. 27
Mar. 5
Mar. 2

4

Mar. 11

"2""

Mar.

2

Sale

334 Sale
y2 Sale
334
434

4334 'id"~

34
Sale

Sale

25

*

14

Class B

♦

1394 Sale

96,600 Intercontinental Petrol
10
166,600 Internat Petroleum com..
*

Sale

143

Sale

Registered Shares

Klrby Petroleum
Leonard Oil Development
25
Lion Oil Refining......... *
Lone Star Gas

....

Magdalena Syndicate.......*
Margay Oil..
•
Mexico-Ohio Oil

6

Mar. 28

"S5""

Mar. 11

3

94
334
394
38
2194
6394

Mar. 2
Mar. 30
Mar. 30

1,500
4,400
336,800
19,600
102,800
23,400
-

Co

34 Sale
94
H
.

5$|

5
24

Sale

3

334

*

Michigan Gas & Oil Corp...*
Class A vot trust ctfs

*

Class B vot trust ctfs
Mo-Kansas Pipe Line..,
Class B v t c

5

Mountain & Gulf Oil

234
2%
34
1
534 Sale

Mar. 13

Mar. 24

New Bradford Oil........

5

N Y Petroleum Royalty

_*

North Cent Texas Oil
North European Oil com

494 Sale
.21H Sale
134 Sale
834

...*
*

Corp

Pandem Oil Corp

*

......

Pantepec Oil of Venezuela..*
Petroleum Corp of Amer—*

870 Pure Oil Co 6% pref
200 Red Bank Oil

434
4034
2234
6834

Mar. 2
Mar. 24
Mar. 17
Mar. 16

MINING STOCKS
1,775 Bunker Hill Ac Sullivan
10
225
Yoting trust certificates...

A*

54 Sale
694 Sale
5-16
Sale

134
X
17

Sale

30 Consol Min & Smelt Ltd
300 Copper Range Co

Jan.

17

94 Sale
1134 Sale

94 Mar. 3
1194 Mar. 31

94 Mar.

1434 Mar.

5
2

94 Jan.

1194 Mar. 31

134

Mar. 10

94 Mar. 23
34
1
634
634
2434 Sale
94 Sale
394
4
334 Sale
634
7

Sale

1

534
2094

6

Sale

""334 "~4~"
434
7

394
594

394

4
194 Sale

334

834 Sale
34 Sale

8

534 Sale
2434 Sale
194 Sale

234

394
134 Sale

12

Sale

7-16 Sale

134

2

4

1
«

34 Mar. 3
534 Mar. 28
Mar. 31
Mar. 9
Mar. 20
Mar. 2
Mar. 21

2094
34
334
334
634

Mar. 10

134 Mar. 5
134 Mar. 12
634 Mar. 16
2494 Mar. 2
94 Mar. 2
334 Mar. 20
49i Mar. 9
634 Mar. 5

Mar.

7

794 Mar.

3

Mar.

1

1

134

634

39
13'

Sale

lV< A*
7

34

Sale
z2234 Sale
194
134

Sale

294 Sale
834
934
2134 Sale

234

234
334
134 Sale

25

Creason Consol G M 8c M
Cusi Mexicana Mining

194

Sale

7

434

5
Sale

6

434 Sale
1194 Sale
2294

22

394

Sale

50
Sale
4494 Sale

2

Mar. 16

634
634
334
4
534 Sale
3 94" Sale

234 Sale

994

Mar. 31

20,900
6,500
51,000
17,800
9,500
27,100
64,300
2,500

Falcon Lead Mines...... ...1
Gold Coin Mines
...1
Golden Centre Mines.... ...5

Evans Wallower Lead

Mar. 10

3

Mar. 19

2

Mar. 19

1

Mar. 12

1094

634 Mar. 17
Mar. 12

5

394 Mar. 6
934 Mar. 28

1

Sale

1

234
94

g
'8

194

34

Mar. 30
Mar.

19
3.
134
_

'"334 Sale

a: 34

Sale

Va

7-16
34
294 Sale

94 Sale

"734 Sale"
634 Sale
434 Sale

Kirkland Lake G M Ltd.. ...1
900 Lake Shore Mines Ltd
1
London Tin Corp Ltd—

Sale
v

Sale

1

Sale

134

Sale

2

134 Mar.

3

"34

94 Mar. 16
2
3
9

3-16

694 Sale
734
534 Sale
134 Sale
X
34

_

34
69
0 78
89

594

Sale
Sale
7

Sale
oiiie

Sale

"34 ""34

.

dep rets, ord reg.
7.600 Mining Corp of Can..... ...5
500 Mohawk Mining
-25
9,800 New Jersey Zinc
-.25

234 Sale

4334 Sale

57

Sale

z47

11
Sale

11

Sale

12

1

21

134 Mar. 2
694 Mar. 2
3
Mar. 19

134 Sale

Sale'
Sale

£194 Sale

Jan.

16J4 Jan.

16
3H Mar. 6
7 34 Feb.
2H Jan,
15

9

334 Jan.
H Feb.

11

5

Feb.

11

Feb.

It

6

4034 Mar. 24
30

Feb.
Jan.

7
9

1634 Feb.

10
10

76

163i Feb.
*4 Jan.

9

1534 Jan.

9

13
Mar. 10
1 ?4 Feb.

m Mar. u
6*4 Feb.
4
29
5

Jan, 24
94 Feb. 11
Jan. 31

4*4 Mar.

12

494 Jan.

9
9

134 Jan.
U

Jan,

7

H Jan.
H Jan.
534 Jan.

6

26 U Feb.

10

Jan.

7

Jan.
Jan.

8

8H Jan,
Feb.

8
10

Jan.

2

Jan.

15

Jan.

2

Jan.

26

94 Feb.

3

5

Mar. 10

12

134 Mar.

7

Mar. 19

74

Jan.

20

394 Jan.

15

1

Mar. 19

3

2>1

Mar, 19
Feb, 20

15

34 Feb.

134 Jan*
19

434
8334
234
194
11
334

Jan.

27

Jan.

3$

394 Jan.

394 Mar.
234 Mar.

9

3

Feb.

10

19

194 Jan.

10

7

2
6

Mar.

2

6" "Mar.

634 Jan.
334 Feb.

2

5

434 Mar.

2
2
3

20

1194 Mar.
2134 Mar.

50

Mar.

4494 Mar.

Mar. 12

294 Jan.
934 Jan.

2
3

Mar. 3o

I

714 Jan. 13
Feb.
6

3 9

734 Jan.
2
5 34 Feb. 24
129
24 9j

Feb.

Jan.
11.Jan.

194 Feb.

Mar.

2

2

Feb.

6

Jan.

29
II

5-16 Jan.

794 Mar. 30
134 Mar. 30

234 Mar.

1

3

34 Mar.
34 Mar.
194 Mar. 31
34 Mar. 10
8

Mar. 11

894-Mar.
694 Mar.
134 Mar.
34 Mar.
94 Mar.
26
Mar.

31
21
2

50

57
12

1-16
94
9i
3-10

19

Feb.l 1
Jan. 15
Jan.
2
Jan*
8

534 Feb.
634 Jan.
4 34 Jan,
94 Feb.

Mar.

6
24
28

13
2
2
4

6

11-16 Jan.

2494 Mar,

394 Mar. 4
2J4 Mar. 17

46

Jan.

Mar. 25
Mar. 20

Mar.
2
Mar. 31

134 Mar. 19

3*4 Mar. 4
194 Jan. 16
18

Feb.

17

4634 Jan.
6
4134 Jan.
2
1034 Feb. 17
1

Jan.

9

|

7

S3

Feb,

4414 Mar.
Jan.

$
A

2

Jan.

i

Maf, 30
Feb. 10

Jan.
7
Jan* 29
Jan*. 16
Jan.

2
6

It

25
M

4

19
13

94 Jan. 16
534 Mar. 2:
U Mar, is

4694 Mar. 16

134 Mar.

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

Feb.
634 Jan.

20

Mar. 30
Mar.

94
7-16
234
1-16
13934

i.

2

Feb. 19

43

34 Mar. 30
34 Mar. 4
334 Mar. 4

Mar. 25

II

15

14

Feb.

Mar. 27

694 Mar.
s794 Mar. 3
534 Mar. 4
34 Mar.
34 Mar.
94 Mar. 24
2494 Mar. 14

7

Jan.

Jan.

134 Mar. 16

7

9

Feb. 21
Jan,
3
Jan.
«
Jan. 10

1

194 Mar.

4

9

Feb. 21

2

2

2

Mar. 11

9

1>|

6
9

34 Mar. 5
534 Mar. 25
34 Mar. 18
134 Mar 30

I

d

294 Mar.
134 Mar.

"94 "Mar." 17

3-16 Mar.

9

8M Jan.

2

7

34 Mar. 19
234 Mar. 10

2

134 Jan.

43J4 Jan.

Mar.

8

Jan.

17

34 Mar. 30

25

394 Jan. 26

18

134 Jan.
94 Jan.

19s Mar.

9

2%4 Feb.

Feb.

"94 Mar."16

2

8

Mar. 24

3

20

...

10

13

434 Mar. 27

334 Mar. 4
234 Mar. 19
12
Mar.
2
34 Mar. 7
194 Mar. 3

1734 Mar.
294 Mar.
8034 Mar.

Feb.

94 Jan.

34 Mar.

*134 "134

Amer

50,100 New Mont Min Coro
—10
1,200 N Y 8c Hond Rosario M_. —10
12,400 Nlplsslng Mines
5

\i

134 Mar. 20

1-16 Mar. 10

""34 """34

Hollinger Consol G M
...5
»
Hud Bay Min 8c Smelt...
Iron Cap Copper
II10

2,500

1

2

4994 Mar. 10
4494 Mar. 2

34 Sale

Hecla Mining Co........ .25c

5

134 Jan. 29
634 Feb. 27

94 Mar. 14

94

45

Sale

Goldfield Consol Mines.. ...1

Lake

14

2
12

3

4994 Sale
40

724
5-16

7
1

8

Feb.

7

634 Sale

134

94 Jan.
3

194 Feb. 24
134 Mar. 13
434 Mar. 31

20

134

"% """34

5

2094 Mar. 31

5

249i Mar. 12

94 Mar. 16
IX Mar. 7
74
Mar. 19

Sale

2

3

Mar.

20

8 *\*
Sale
334

6

1

2
19
6

134 Jan. 30

194

94

234 Mar. 19

12

?8

1

.*

Engineer Gold Mines Ltd

94 Jan.
H Jan.
5 94 Jan.

Jan.

Mar.

Mar.

34
Sale

194 Sale
7634 Sale
234
8
134
1.
434 Sale
234
494

134

'.20

Eagle Picher Lead Co

Mar. 10

13

Mar. 30

34 Mar. 5
194 Mar. 27

Sale

94
12

134

1

1

Jan.

234 Jan.

2

9

Sale

9

5-16 Sale

334

1

Sale

46

14

534 Jan.
X Jan.

Mar. 10
Mar.
2

Mar. 27

Sale

2194 Mar. 28
6394 Jan.
2

Mar. 23
Mar.
3

334 Mar. 19

\4

Sale

4 34

1

1734 Sale
234
234

*334 ""734
234

69j

5

13

Sale"

25

54,000
70,100
2,200
15,600
45.900




30

14^|

1
Sale

400 Carnegie Metals
.....10
400 Chief Consol Mining
1

54,

94 Mar. 2
334 Mar. 30
294 Jan.
6

2
2

194

52,100 Comstock Tun 8c Drainage 10c
36,100 Consol Copper Mines
.1
1,800 Consol Cortez Silver Mines..1

For footnote *«i<j

Mar. 11

3

9

Bwana M'kubwa Cop Min—
American shares....

200

734 Mar. 27

1394 Jan.

1,200 Woodley Petroleum Corp. ,—*
4,500 Y" Oil 8c Gas Co

200 Kerr

11

7
9

58,900 Venezuelan Petroleum... ...5

4,300

Mar. 28

1634 Mar.
1634 Mar.

.100 Universal Consol Oil..... -10

•

Feb.

2

1594 Mar. 31

»

20,700 Salt Creek Producers..... .10
500 Shreveport El Dorado.... .25
*
43,000 Southland Royalty Co...
88,200 Sunray Oil...
lis
*
10,100 Texon Oil 8c Land Co
6,000 Union Oil Associates..... 125

-j

2

16

1634

..100

12,100 Relter-Foster Oil Corp
•
34,800 Richfield Oil of Calif pref..25
300 Root Refining cum pref
*
2,700 Royalty Corp pref
10
6,600 Ryan Consol Petroleum
*
2,500 Salt Creek Consol Oil...
10

i

3

1634
1694
1594 Sale

Mar. 28
Mar. 13

Mar. 26

1

Stock purchase warrants..
6,600
15,600 Plymouth Oil
.5
17,100 Producers Royalty Co
*

I

Jan.

1694 Sale
1694

Sale
Sale

1

*

Mountain Producers Corp.lt
National Fuel Gas

Pacific Western Oil

22

2194
6434

Middle States Petroleum—

14,100
7,800
169,900
50,100
3,600
16,200
34,400
19,100

Jan.

2334
25
6734 Sale

Sale

200

1334 Mar. 17

13

of Pa

Non-voting class A

4,500
25,000
3,400
39,341
30,700
1,300
4,200
1,200

294 Mar. 21

Mar. 16

1434 Mar.

Indian Terr Ilium Oil Co

11,300
6,000

1

134 Mar. 31
234 Mar. 2

2

1*4 Mar. 6
U Feb. 17
Feb. 17

6

1334 Mar. 17

1294

734 Mar. 27

*

Darby Petrol Corp
Derby Oil 8c Ref com..
475
Preferred..
11,400 General Petroleum new

2

Sale
Sale

100

Crown Cent Petrol

88,500 Gulf Oil

5

1

Creole Petroleum Corp

1

294 Mar. 21

Jan.

534 Jan.
2
534 Jan.
2
634 Feb. 24
34 Feb. 18

1

Sale

*

Preferred

Mar. 11
Mar. 24

7
"

6
3
2

194
234

1134

Columbia Oil & Gasoline—

Vot trust ctfs
45,600
6,000 Consul Royalty Oil
15,300 Cosden Oil Co common

194 Mar.
634 Mar.
634 Mar.

Jan,
Mar,
Mar.
Mar.
33* Feb.

m,

??i

26

JaO
H
:.<»
31

27

34 Feb. 27
*4 Jan. it

:

2

Feb.

9

9* Jan. 2J
8

Mar. SI
M4 Mar. M

6*| Mar. 21
Mi Mar.
2
316 M b. 17
H Mar. U
269k l*b.
4

3*4 Mar. 4
2 i Mar. 17

I?" S& n
58T| M b. 25
Mar. *1
1*4 \Ur. 19

12

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

50

March.

Shares.

FORMER

STANDARD

SUBSIDIARIES

0,200
3,100

9.700
4,400

Price
2
1931.

"*NBW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

Shares*

OIL
12.50

2,200

2,900
5*100

100
8.500 Ohio Oil 6% cum pref
25
2,000 Penn Mex Fuel
.25
1,500 Solar Refining
5,000 Southern Pipe Line.......10
16,400 South Penn Oil...........25

150

March 2.

Ask.

Bid.

138,700
22,700
900

3,050
290

Bid.

Ask.

12 % Sale
12)4
14

13

15% Sale

30%

29

99% 101

99% 100%
13%
17
6
7%
13%
15

31

101
102%
13 % Sale

13%
10% Sale
33

14

16

7%

368,500 Standard Oil (Ind)........25
3614 Bale
21
Sale
52,300 Standard Oil (Kentucky)..10
2,700 Standard Oil (Nebraska)...25
48" "54"
9,400 Standard Oil (Ohio) com..25
10
7% Preferred.........100
115# 115%
1,770
5% cum pref
....100 101# 104
100 Swan Ac Finch Oil Corp....25
3%
7
10
7% preferred...........25
162,300 Vacuum Oil .„.......:..Ji5
53% Sale

8
Sale.

12%
19% Sale
35_ 39
34% Sale

23% Sale

10% Sale
Sale

18% Sale
33% Sale
30% Sale
21% Sale
30

47,800

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

35

28

54

55

49% Sale

103

105

4

6

Mar. 16

10% Mar. 31
Mar. 31

17% Mar, 23
11% Mar, 11
Mar. 30

30

00

Mar.

15
8

98% Mar.
13% Mar.
7% Mar.

Mar. 21
Mar, 11

12% Mar.
18% Mar.

13% Mar. 26
19% Mar. 2
34

Mar. 19
34% Mar. 2

Mar.

30% Mar.

21% Mar.

23% Mar. 3
35
Mar., 5
Mar.

54

Mar.

49

6

Mar. 12 105% Mar. 27

"16" Mar."!§ "15"" Mar.*l9
63

Sale

54% Sale

54% Mar. 13

1% Sale
5% Sale
5% Sale

% Mar. 2
6% Mar. 12

63% Mar.

12% Jan.
2
10% Feb. 19

17% Mar. 23
14% Jan. 15

28

30

Feb.

3

6

Feb. 14

Mar. 17 102% Jan.

4

33

104

106
6

104
2

13
29

29% Mar.

33%

'

7*"Io

1.

Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

26%

600 So West Pa Pine Lines.....50

600

JAN.

{Concluded)

National Transit

New York Transit.........10

750 Northern Pipe Line.......50

400

SINCE

Jan.

350
1

RANGE

PRICES IN MARCH.

AGGREGATE SALES.
In

i

13% Jan.
6

13

15% Jan. 10

2

Jan.
Jan.

21
10
3
Mar. 30
IV* Jan. 6
33
30% Mar. 30

38;

20% Jan.

23

8

Mar. 11
Feb.
3
Jan. 27

14
30

Feb.
2
Jan.
7
Feb. 13
Mar.
Jan.
7
W* Mar. 27 36
49
30 62
Jan.
6
5 115
Jan.
5
115% Jan.
Jan. 12 105% Mar. 27
103
Jan.
7
Jan.
7
Mar. 19 10
10
Max. 19
9
2 69% Feb.
62% Jan.
2

,3%

OTHER OIL STOCKS.

0,700
6,300
50,900
2,600
2,300
0,600

108,900 American Maracalbo......
31,100 Arkansas Nat Gas com.
Class A
147,300
14,900
Preferred....
.......10

% Sale
5% Sale
5% Sale
6%
7%

6K "%
6

Sale

6%

67>

2,600 Atlantic Loixa Oil com....*

6,600

%

ft

14%

14%

.....50

Preferred....

.£1

British-American Oil Co

200

5,300

Coupon stock (bearer).....

27,400

93,500

Carib Syndicate com ......25

6,000

33,200

Colon Oil Corp common....*

13,700

45,600

Sale

16

Sale
2% Sale
2

if!

1%

6H

5% Mar. 16
6% Mar. ^6

7„

%
%
2% Sale

3

% Mar.

Mar. 16

1

.400

4,200
200

10,500
4,200
500

5,000
400

1,300
27,400

6,000 Consol Royalty Oil
...1
15,300 Cosden Oil Co common.....*

Sale

5

14% Mar.

6

1% Mar. 31
2% Mar. 2

2% Mar.
3% Mar.

5
6

% Jan,

22

1% Jan.

3

Sale

4% Mar. 30

6% Mar.

5

Sale"

2
2

4% Mar. 30

12%

2# Sale
2% Sale

"*2% Sale"

500

Preferred......
.....100
43,500 Creole Petroleum Corp.....*

16,400
3,100
23,300
475
11,400
88300

3 % Bale

25

"5%

3% Sale
% Sale
4
4%

3% Sale
% Sale
3%
4%

4% Sale
43%

Corp
*
Darby Petrol Corp.........*
Derby Oil ft Ref com......
Preferred...
........
General Petroleum new .....

Mar. 6
Mar. 28

7% Mar. 27

Crown Cent Petrol

Gulf Oil of Pa

Mar. 24

13% Mar. 17

6%

6%

45" "50"

34

29% Sale
65% Sale

23%

25

67% Sale

2

Jan,
2
Jan.
2
Feb. 24
Feb. 18
Mar. 16

2% Mar. 21

1

.........*

Jan.

Mar. 6
Mar. 3
Mar. 2
Mar. 11

1% Sale
2% Sale

11%

Columbia Oil & Gasoline—
Vot trust ctfs

1%
6%
6%
7
1

21% Sale
64% Sale

Mar. 11

3

% Mar.
3% Mar.
3% Mar.
38
Mar.
21% Mar.
63% Mar.

2
Mar. 6
2% Mar. 2
7% Mar. 27

3% Mar.

5

28

% Mar. 2
4
Mar. 11
4% Mar. 2
40% Mar. 24
22% Mar. 17

13

68% Mar. 16

2

30
30
24

13% Mar. 17

11
Mar. 28
Feb.

2

2

7% Mar. 27
Max. 11
% Mar. 2
3% Mar. 30
2% Jan,
6
30
Jan. 17
21% Mar. 28
3

1% Mar.

6

6% Feb, 17

6% Feb. 17
7
Jan.
8
,
'

1
Mar. 24
2% Mar. 21
16% Jan.

2

2% Feb. 16
3% Mar.

6

7% Feb. 25
2% Jan.
8
3% Jan. 26
Jan.
3% Jan.

15

9
2

% Feb. 13
5

Feb. 13
Feb, 13

6

40% Mar. 24
30

Feb.

7

63

Jan.

2

76

Jan.

9

Indian Terr Ilium Oil Co.....

4,000
1,100
43,200
64,600
200

2,700
12,400
800

.16,600
11,000
200

3,000
200

Sale

Non-voting class A......

14

Class

11.300
6,000

13% Sale

96,600 Intercontinental Petrol...It
166.600 loternat Petroleum com....*
200

Registered Shares.......
4,500 Klrby Petroleum..........
25,000 Leonard Oil Development 25
3,400 Lion Oil Refining..........*

39,341
30,700
1,300
4,200
1,200

Lone Star Gas

.*

Magdalena Syndicate......
Margay OH..

Sale'

%

5%

6%

Sale

Sale

11

1

5%

"3

3%

16% Mar.

7

14

Jan.

2

16% Feb. 10

16% Mar.

9

13% Jan.

2

16% Feb. 10

U Mar.

5

Jan.

11% Mar. 31

14% Mar.

2

13

Sale

3%

_

3%

6%

4

Sale
7

% Mar

3

.

Mar. 10

% Mar. 23
% Mar. 3

6

5% Mar. 28

25% Sale

% Sale

......*

Mar. 13

16

Sale

1

6%

24%

Michigan Gas & Oil Corp...*

Mexico-Ohio Oil Co

16%

15% Sale
Sale

ul|

% Sale
%
%
5
24

16%

15% Mar. 31

13

% Sale
14% Sale

16% Sale
16% 16%

20% Mar. 31
% Mar. 9

5%

7

3% Mar. 20
3% Mar. 2
6% Mar 21

3%

4

Mar. 10

1% Mar, 5
1% Mar. 12
6% Mar. 16

24% Mar.
%
3%
4%
6%

3% Mar. 19

IS 15

.

2

2,700
67,300
12,900
2,400
5,100
17,800
7300

1,600
198,400.
3,600
61,700

5,600

I

200

9,300
6,800
400

•

"1366
21,700
200

T.2",200
900

6,800

14,100
7,800
169,900
50,100
3,600
16,200
34,400
19,100

Class A vot trust ctfs.....*

1

Class B vot trust ctfs.....*
Mo-Kansas Pipe Line......
Class B v t c_
1

5% Sale

2
Mar. 20
Mar. 9
Mar. 5

28,200

3,700
700

2l",I56
~

2",400

1

Mar.

7

7% Mar.

3

Mar.

2

1

Sale

8

•

870 Pure Oil Co 6% pref
200 Red Bank Oil.

.21%

cum

Sale
Sale
Sale

8%
9
2%
3%
% Sale
6% Sale
5-16

Sale

1% Sale
1

%
17

Sale

Sale

5%

24% Sale
1% Sale

% Sale

Mar. 30
Mar.
2

Mar. 27

4% Sale
x22H Sale
1%
1%

Mar.

Mar. 12

2

Mar. 16

2%

3%

2% Mar. 19

1% Sale

1% Sale

1

12
Sale
7-16 Sale

9
Sale
5-16 Sale

9

1%

2

1% Sale

%
1
17% Sale

2%

12

Sale

1% Sale
76% Sale

100

% Mar. 5
1% Mar. 27

%

%

Mar. 6
Mar. 31

pref

*

1%

% Mar. 16
12

Mar. 10

1% Mar. 7
74
Mar. 19

1% Mar." 13
4% Mar. 31

"3% "7%

2,700 Royalty Corp pref.........10
6,600 Ryan Consol Petroleum....*
2,500 Salt Creek Consol Oil..
10

Mar. 31
Jan.
8

20
3

Feb.

Mar. 19

3

2% Jan.

5

1
Jan,
5% Jan.
% Jan.

7
2
12

% Feb. 13
4% Mar. 27
18

2

4

Jan.
1% Jan.

8
5

Mar. 19

% Jan.

2

3

21

Mar.
Mar.

2

Mar.

3

7

% Mar. 16
17% Mar. 2

2% Mar.
85% Mar.

3
9,

"l%~Mar.~"2
6% Mar. 2
Mar. 19

3

5% Jan. 15
% Jan.
2
1% Jan. 26

% Feb.

6% Sale
1%
2%

Salt Creek Producers_.....10

43,000 Southland Royalty Co.....*
88,200 Sunray Oil...............*6
10,100 Texon Oil Ac Land Co.......*
6,000 Union Oil Associates......25
100 Universal Consol Oil......10
58,900 Venesuelan Petroleum
5

Sale
2% Sale
8%
9%
21% Sale

1,200 Woodley Petroleum Corp..;.*
4,500 **Y" OU Ac Gas Co.
.*

!H

Sale

7

1

6%
6%
3%
4
5% Sale

1% Sale
%
%

7

.

Sale
4% Sale

6

3%'Sale

6% Mar. 17
5
Mar. 12
3% Mar. 6
9% Mar. 28
20
Mar. 30

22%

9%
20

10%
Sale

6% Feb.
29

Jstn.

5
Jan. 31
4% Mar. 9

8% Jan.
4% Jan.
1% Jan.
%
%
5%
26%
1% Jan.

7
6
8
9
10
7

8% Jan.

5

3% Feb. 10
2% Mar. 19
15
Feb. 20
% Feb.
9
2
Feb 21
.

1% Jan.

9
Feb. 21
4% Jan.
3

19

9
10
7

15

Mar. 19

11
Jan.
3% Jan

27
31

35

3% Jan.

15

3% Jan.
3

7

Mar.

2

5"

6% Jan.
3% Feb.

Mar.

2

5

«4% Max,

2

2% Jan.
9% Jan.

Jan. 14
Feb. 19

1

2
6

.

Feb. 10

3

1% Jan.

10

7% Jan. 13
3% Feb.
6
Jan.
2
Feb. 24

Mar. 12

2
3
20
Mar. 30
11
Jan.
7
% Jan.
3

1% Jan.
2
% Jan. 17

2

9
8

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

11

l%Jan.

2

3

12

2% Jan.

6
9

ll% Mar.
2x% Mar.

4
24

% Feb. 13

83% Jan.

""%Mar."l4 "'% Maf.'lO

22

1% Feb. 25
1% Mar. 12

20

Jan.

1

"I" Mar.""2 "1% Mar."20

11% Sale

9
9

Mar, 10

1% Feb. 24

Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 19
Mar. 12

2

n

3

% Jan.
15% Jan.
13

12
Mar. 10
1% Mar. 7
74
Max. 19

1% Jan.

11

14

1% Jan. 29
6% Feb. 27

Feb.

3% Mar.

2%
12
%
1%

2
19
6

1% Jan ,

Mar.

.....*

1%

% Jan.
% Jan.
5% Jan.

7

2%

12,100 Retter-Foster Oil Corp
...*
34,800 Richfield Oil of Calif pref. .25
300 Root Refining

Mar. 23
Mar.
3
Mar. 10
Mar.
2

Mar. 26

4%

New Bradford Oil..........5

1,500 N Y Petroleum Royalty.....*
4,400 North Cent Texas Oil.....
336,800 North European Oil com....*
19,600 Pacific Western Oil Corp...*
102,800 Pandem Oil Corp
*
23,400 Pantepec Oil of Venexuela..*
Petroleum Corp of Amer—(1
Stock purchase warrants..
6,600
15,600 Plymouth Oil
......5
17,100 Producers Royalty Co......*

20,700

3%
4
1% Sale
8% Sale
% Sale

Mountain Ac Gulf OII......I
Mountain Producers Corp.lt
National Fuel Gas .........*

500 Shreveport El Dorado.....25

Y2W0

2%

2%

11

13 "Mar. 10

Mar.

Middle States Petroleum—

2,800

5
Mar. 31

12% Feb. 13
24% Jan.
9
Jan.

7
7
Feb. 25
Feb. 20

11

Jan.

MINING STOCKS

925

1.775 Bunker Hill Ac Sullivan.

100

225

800
100

4300

300
26300

9,000

9.400
34,600
2,200
14,000
11,400

3,400
1,000

11,800
14,200
2,400
7,000
15,500
600
100

1,000
300
200

2.600

10

46

Sale

50

Sale

44% Sale

Voting trust certificates...
Bwana M'kubwa Cop Min—
American shares..........

1H

400 Carnegie Metals...........10
400 Chief Consol Mining
1

52,100 Gomstock Tun & Drainage 10c
36,100 Consol Copper Mines
.....1
1300 Consol Cortex Silver Mines.. 1
30 Consol Min Ac Smelt Ltd...25
'300 Copper Range Co
.25
54;000 C res son Consol G M Ac M....1
70,100 Cusi Mexicana Mining......1
2,200 Eagle Picher Lead Co
-.20
15,600 Engineer Gold Mines Ltd...5
45,900 Evans Wailower Lead.......*

20,900 Falcon Lead Mines......
6,600 Gold Coin Mine*
51,000 Golden Centra Mines....
17,800 Goidfield Consol Mines..
9,500 Hecla Mining Co........
27,100 Hollinger Consol G M...
64,300 Hud Bay Min Ac Smelt...
2,500 Iron Cap Copper........

...1
...1

49% Sale
40

45

1%

si*
2% Sale

3

"3% Sale

'

1
's

%

1%

1%

7-16

2%

Sale

2%

Sale

%

Sale

Ha

% Sale

7% Sale

Ilio

""% "3-16

1%

"6% Sale"

4,800

% Sale
6%

7

5%

Sale"

1% Sale
%
%

5% Sale

"% """%




Max. 18
Mar

30

I

6

Mar. 4
% Mar. 30
% Mar. 4
3% Max. 4

2% Sale

.......

43% Sale
10

1

11
Sale

Sale
11
Sale
1% Sale

57

% Max. 27
1% Mar. 16
7% Mar. 30
1% Mar. 30
2% Mar. 3

z47
12

Sale
Sale

3-16 Max.

7

6% Max.
s7% Mar.
5% Mar.
% Max.
% Mar.

2
3
4
5
6

xlH Sale

3% Mar.
2% Mar.

4
9
20
Mar. 25
46% Mar. 16
46
II

Mar.
Mar.

1% Mar.

% Max.

35

2

Mar.

4

Max. 11

24% Max. 14

Amer dep rets, ord reg.
200
7.600 Mining Corp of Can.....

5 i,

5% Mar. 25

% Max. 24

.

For footnote * ee VAtfa

43

1-16 Mar. 10

1% Sale

500 Mohawk Mining......... ..25

500

5

Sale

1

8 % Sale

2,500

9,800 New Jersey Zinc
..25
60,100 New Mont Min Corn
..10
1,200 N Y Ac Hond Rosarlo M.. -.10
5
12,400 Nipisslng Mines.........

17

% Max.

1%

6% Sale
4% Sale

w Mar.

1% Sale

1

100

43% Jan.

2

2

Max.

% Sale

'

5

4,700
9,900

Max.

% Max. 30
% Max. 19
2% Max. 10

Sale

7% Sale
5-10

.25c

...5
Kirktand Lake G M Ltd..
1
900 Lake Shore Mines Ltd
...1
London Tin Corp Ltd—

1%

2

6% Sale

""% ""%

...5

200 Kerr Lake.........

1% Mar.
2

%

50
Mar.
44% Max.

1% Max.

49% Mar. 10
44% Mar. 2

1% Msii 31
%
8
8%
6%.
1%
%
%
26

Mar. 10
Mar. 11
Mar. 31

Mar. 21
Max. 2
Mar. 6
Mar. 24
Mar. 28

3% Mar. 4
2% Mar, 17
20
50
57
12

Mar. 25
Mar. 20
Mar. 2
Mar. 31

1% Mar. 19

7

Feb. 19

7
1 % Feb,
2
Jan. 19
44 Jan. 13
2
7-16 Feb.
6
2% Feb.
1-16 Jan. 29

Feb.
Jan,
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
% Mar.
1
Jan.

139%
6%
5-16
%
5%

Feb. 25
2

53

44% Mar.
1% Jan.

3% Jan.

7

1-16 Jan,

29

Jan.
11 144
2
7% Jan,
6
1% Jan.

16

16
25
18

19

1% Mar.
7% Mar.
1% Mar.
3% Feb.

1-16 Feb.l 1
% Jan. 15
yi Jan.
2

2

3-16 Jan.
8
5% Feb. 13

8

6% Jan.
""

2

Jan.
Feb.

§Mar.
Jan.

"
6

24% Mar.

Feb.

17

46% Jan.
6
41% Jan.
10% Feb. 17
1

Jan.

*

28
30
16

30
30
27

% Feb. 27
% Jan. 23
Feb.
9
% Jan. 22
Mar. 11

8% Mar. 31
6% Mar. 21
1% Mar. 2
3-16 Feb. 17
% Mar. 24

26% Feb,

3% Mar . 4
1% Jan. 16
18

2

2% Jan.
2
% Mar. 30
k Feb. 10

4

3% Mar. 4
2% Mar. 17
20% Feb. 19
51

Jan.

14

58% Feb. 25
12

Mar. 31

1% Mar. 19

NEW YORK

**

aggregate

sales.
2
1931.

OTHER OIL STOCKS (ConcZ.)

347,500 Noranda Mines Ltd....
62,500 Ohio Copper

Auk.
1434 Sale

Bid.

_•

March 2.

SINCE JAN.

1.

Sale

18

100 Pond Creek Pocahontas

334

•

1034

_*

1334

Sale"
Sale

3

4 34

Mar.

17

54 Mar.

6 34

1634 Mar. 6
H Mar. 2
434 Mar. 2
534 Mar. 17
134 Mar. 26
634 Mar. 3
1-16 Mar. 31
34 Mar. 7
11
Mar. 3
134 Mar. 31
134 Mar. 2

Sale

#
U

Sale

8

Sale

JB

134
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

1134 Sale

Sale

134 Sale

134

2

Mar. 20
Max.

4

Max.

534
134
854
1-16
7-16
1334
134
134

6

Mar. 17
Mar. 6
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Max. 31
Mar. 6
Max. 31
Mar. 2

8

134

Sale

234

Sal?

Max.

134 Mar. 31
34 Mar. 18

Jan.

Mar.

Mar. 31

22
Mar. 20
Jan. 26
Mar.
6
Jan.

m
6

534 Mar. 17
6
134 Jan.
854 Mar. 31
1-16 Feb. 20

5

6

Mar. 31

9

Jan.

Jan.

2

2

Feb.

2*

16

54 Feb. 28
254 Mar. 31
34 Jan. 26

Mar. 18
Jan.

2

Jan.

1334 Mar.

28
2

Jan.

9

Mar. 20

234 Mar. 31

5

5

Feb.

h

Mar. 31

12

Feb.

2

Feb. 24

2

Jan.

Jan.

3-16

234

Mar.

Mar. 26

2

Jan.
6
Feb.
6
Mar. 23
Jan. 16
Jan.
2
1-16 Jan.
8
3
Jan.
2
534 Mar. 17
15-16 Jan.
3
634 Jan.
2
1-16 Feb. 20
34 Jan. 26
34
454
1434
34
1334

Mar. 23

1434 Mar. 23
11-16 Mar. 11

Sale

Sale

54 Sale

14k Jan.

2934 Mar. 26
34 Mar. 2

6
2

16

17

1M6""!""

5
1
1
1
.*

1,000 Wright-Hargreaves Ltd
1,100 Yukon Gold Co.....

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Sale

Zinc Smelting

1,700 Walker Mining
13,200 Wenden Copper Mining

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

9

,

Utah Apex.
100 Utah Metal & Tunnel

Highest.
Sale Prices

Sale
13

10,800 Premier Gold Mining
10,200 Roan Antelope C Mines Ltd
1
160,800 St Anthony Gold Mining
21,100 Shattuck Denn Mining
100 Silver King Coalition
5
.1
2,500 So Araer Gold Ac Plat..
1
54,400 Teck Hughes
400 Tonopah Belmont Devel...
900 Tonopah Mining...
...1
95,600 United Verde Extension....5
2,800

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask.

Bid.

....1

200 ■Pacific Tin special stock

200 United

RANGE

MARCH.

IN

Jan.

Jan. 1.
Shares

PRICES

Price

NEW YORK

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

51

CURB EXCHANGE

14

BONDS

1942
10,000 Abbott*• Dairies 6s
910,000 Alabama Power 4^8.....1967
1st fk Ref 4 J4s new
.1967
139,000
1st Ac ref 5s
...1956
158,000
5s
196#
344,000
'748,000 Aluminum Co a f deb 5a.. 1952
....1948
,
370,000 Aluminum Ltd 5s
35,000 Amer Aggregates 6a.....1943
873.0C0 Amer Conimonw Pow 6s_194G
35,000 Amer Elec Pow deb 6s...1957
2.403,000 Amer Gaa Ac Elec deb 5s ..2028

116,000

Amer Gas & Power

10234 Sale
Sale
Sale

103

104

104 J

Sale

100 3

104

225,000

6s

without warrants..2016

97*7 Sale

9834

Sale

85

Sale

10134 Sale

115,000 Appalachian Power 6s...2024
1956
1,346,000 Arkansas Pr Ac Lt 5s

Assoc Dyeing

6s with

9134 Sale
9634 Sale

9634 Sale
97 34 Sale

9334 Sale
9734 Sale

10034 Sale
66

Sale

49

34 Sale

10134

Sale"

87
Sale
7134 Sale

Sale
9734 Sale

10234 Sale
8634 Sale
6734 Sale

1950

Sale

Sale

90

Sale

65

Sale

6334 Sale
91

Sale

6834 Sale

84

81

Sale
Sale

1943

s62

100

Sale

9134 Sale

80

\ Sale

7634 Sale

S7334
6934
9134

Sale
Sale

7134

Sale'

Sale

86

Sale

Sale
5434 Sale
Sale
80

7634 Sale
60

Sale

"8934 Sale'

•-

23,000
77,000
2,000
390.000
596,000
317,000
41,000
134,000
201,000
41,000
88,000
79,000
51,000
10,000
24,000
333.000

with stock

8834 Sale
9134 Sale

10134 Sale

1942

purch warr

88

Mar.

3

Mar. 28

7634

10434 Sale
Sale

104 k

106

106

Sale
Sale

Mar. 31

Mar. 24

3

8534 Mar. 31
7634 Mar. 31
5434 Mar. 2
Mar.

9

s8434 Mar. 23
s8834 Max. 4
134 Mar. 5
Mar.

10134 Mar. 30 102

104k

Mar.

Sale

97

Mar.

2

'9934 Sale

97
98

Max.

103

1947

2

10034

•

1947
31,000 Canadn Cement 534*
354,000 Canadian Nat Rys 7s.... 1935
434s
1956
13,000 Can Nat Steamships 5s..1955
.1953
39,000 Capital Admin 5s A
Without warrant.......
86,000
1956
537,000 Carolina Pr Ac Lt 5e
1935
973,000 Caterpillar Tractor 5s

1,284,000

Mar.

10054 Sale

Mar.

103"' Sale'
8234 Sale
10234 Sale
9634 Sale

Sale
10334 Sale

100k Sale

Max.

85

10234
100

k

Sale

Sale

21,000 Cent German Power 6s__1934
38,000 Cent 111 Pub Serv 434s F.1967

3,000
1,000
265,000
1,000
356,000
2,577,000
1,036,000
1,323,000
393,000

Mar.
Mar.

1968

Cent Maine Pow 434s E..1957
Central 111 El Ac Gas 5s...1951

Mar.

Sale
10034 Sale

"9534 Sale

5s Series G

9334

Cent Pub Serv deb

1948

..Sept 15 1954

Cent States Pr Ac Lt 534*-1953

Chicago Dist El Generating
434s series A
1970
896,000
Deb 534s
1935
557,000
1942
20,000 Chic Pnetim Tool 534*.
450,000 Chic Rys 5s ctfs of dep..l927
Cigar Stores Realty—
240,000
534s series A
....
1949
91,000 Cincinnati Street Ry 534*1952
6s series B
1955
84,000
...1966
372,000 Cities Service 5s
„

Conv

13,635,000

60J4 Sale

72

Sale

77

Sale

81

Sale

91
99

Sale
Sale

100'

Sale

16134 Sale

88

Sale

67

Sale

s71

Sale

deb 5s

1950

7034 Sale

75

Sale

7234 Sale

7934 Sale
7934 Sale

79

421,000 Cities Service Gas 534s..1942
205,000 Cities Serv Gas Pipe L 6s.1943
935,000 Cities Service P Ac L 5 34s.1952
...1954
11,000 Cleve Elec Ilium 5s
Deb 7s
1941
110,000

87

86

Mar.

8034 Sale
6734 Sale
7334 Sale
8434 Sale

534*--1949

Cent States Elec 5s..
Deb 534s

9434 Sale

.1956

Central Pow A: Lt 5s

59

Sale

7234 Sale
86

80

6634 Sale

"67"~ Sale
71

Sale

Sale

Sale

"7534 Sale"

83

Sale
Sale

9234 Sale
7334 Sale
Sale
7734 Sale
82

Sale
Sale

Sale

Bank 534s

For footnotes see page 54.




1937

7934 Sale

8434 Sale

Feb.

90

Jan.

9254 Mar. 23
Jan.

Mar.

2 10634
10234 Jan.
5 10654
103k Jan.
17
9834 Mar.

Mar. 24

9534 Jan.

Mar. 24
Mar. 19

Mar. 31
Mar. 26

98
103

9954 Feb. 13 102
.0654 Jan.
5 110
9834 Jan. 22 10054
.03
Jan.
2 106
82
Jan. 15 87
81

Feb.

0134 Jan.
95k Feb.
93

9334
.0034
9934
9434

Jan.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

10

Mar. 19
Mar. 21

7034 Mar.

85

"

9

If

IP
88

94 34 Mar. 20
Mar. 10

90

Feb.

3

99

Jan.

2 102

9234 Mar. 23

8734 Feb. 10

Mar.

2

7734 Mar.

88

6
Mar.
Mar. 18
Mar. 17

105

Mar.

83

Sale

8434 Mar.

2

Feb.

9234 Mar.
70
Jan.
72

8734 Mar.

6

Mar. 10

9534 Jan.

21

21

Jan;

§254
83

Mar. 23
Jan.

•

8
8

86

Mar.

89

Jan.

15

75

Jan.

84

Jan.

26

Feb.

4

107

Jan.

27

78

Mar.

9434 Mar. 20

76

Jan.

10454 Mar.
Mar. 4 10554 Jan.
Mar. 25 10654 Feb.
Mar. 26 10434 Feb.

9934 Mar. 1
3634 Mar. 28

Mar. 23

Mar. 24
87* Mar. 26

Jan;

80

10434 Mar.

ft*

9
9034 Jan.
9634 Feb. 10

82k

Mar.

Mar. 26
Mar. 26

75

Mar.

Max.

Mar. 23

85

Mar. 11
Mar. 28
Mar. 3
Mar. 2
Mar. 23

3

6

Mar. 23

Mar. 31

6754 Mar.

7234
8734
953a
7534

Mar.

Mar. 26

Mar. 20

6734 Mar.
8634 Mar.
9234 Mar.
7234 Mar.

8334
10534
10634
107H

Mar. 18

73

62

Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 30

Mar. 21

4

Jan.

7734 Mar.

Mar. 28

96* Mar. 19

77

.Tan.

Mar. 19

Mar.

98

27
19 100
23
16

Mar. 26

102

Mar. 24

9 10434 Mar. 17
Feb. 20
2

Mar. 26
Jan. 29

88
93

6

Jan.

10034 Feb. 21 101

2
2

3
4
2
3

Mar. 23

96

3

87*

Mar. 21
Mar. 17

Mar.
9
16 10054 Mar. 23
9
Mar. 12 9954 Feb.
Jan. 26 10434 Jan. 16
Jan. 19
5 103
10034 Jan.
9934 Mar. 16 9934 Mar. 16
Mar. 31
10434 Jan. 13 105
103
Feb. 20 10454 Feb. 26
28 10134 Jan. 22
101
Jan

94

9

Mar. 20

82

9

Jan.

73

86

2

Mar.
4
23 110
9634 Jan. 29 9954 Mar. 30
Feb.
3
85
3
8434 Feb.
Mar. 26
5 106
10334 Jan.

102

Jan.

9234 Mar.
10034 Mar.
88 3i Mar.
s6634 Mar.

76

12

Jan;

3
5
21 s62

58

9754 Mar.
3434 Mar.

8534

Jan.

57

6034 Jan.

Commerx und Prlvat

863,000

Jan.

18
9

9
2

2

Mar.
Jan.

Mar. 23

9934 Sale
Sale

36

2

Mar. 24

Mar.

79

9734 Sale

28
27
9
Mar.
9
Jan.
9
9654
Feb. 28
Mar. 30
60

Max.

107

10434

Jan.

2

Mar.

104!
106!

5s series B
1961
13,000
5s
1939
8,000
.1941
44,000 Cleve Term Bldg 6s
5,078,000 Columbia Gas & Elec 5s..1961
108,000 Commander Larabee 6a.. 1941

It*

Feb.

W*
73

Jan.

Mar. 23

10134 Feb. 17 102

9

Mar. 26

2

Feb.

77

1

Mar. 23

Mar.

■P

59

Mar. 26

88

2

Feb. 27

8034 Jan.

100H
Mar. 23
Mar. 16
95^

Central Power 5s ser D..1957

Jan.

84

2 10034 Mar. 28
Mar. 30
Mar. 18
Mar, 26
5 85
4 10434 Mar. 17
3 10034 Mar. 2
Mar.
6
27
98
Mar. 23
27

Mar. 19

inrw

4

43

6

Mar. 24 106
Mar.
6 87
Mar.

4

Mar.

6334 Jan.

Mar. 31
Mar. 31 105
2
Mar.
2 10434 Mar.

10934 Sale

1081
991

Mar.

82

8534 Mar. 31
2
6834 Jan.
53
Feb. 24

Mar. 14

Sale

Sale

9

94

6
4

65

Mar. 13 103

Sale

107

Jan.

2

67

Mar. 23

102
110

9

Jan.
Feb.

77

Mar. 10

Mar.

Mar. 13

s70

10034 Max, 16 10034 Mar. 16

Copenhagen 15-yr 6a..1940

6

85

Jan.

72

1981

434s series B-.

10
3
11

9834 Mar.

2

Burmelster Ac Wain Co of

31.000

Feb.

8434 Jan.

105

10434

Feb.

3 105 34 Mar. 10
Mar. 26
2 100

Feb.

22

Mar.
4
10234 Mar. 3 103
9934 Mar. 16 9934 Mar. 16

10434 Sale

Feb.

89

20

i05~~ Sale"

434s
1961
Brooklyn Boro Ga s 5s A.1967
Buffalo Gen Elec 5a.....1956

89
75

Jan.

4
4

10234 Sale

Boston Ac Maine RR 6s...1933

30 10334 Mar. 17

s83

98

Mar. 12

55

56

Feb.

Mar. 17
Mar.

Mar. 10

Feb. 25
Mar. 24
Mar. 3

9534 Feb.

Mar.

96

Jan.

94

3 106
Mar. 26
2 10634 Mar. 21
2 10634 Mar. 23

Mar. 24

98

70

101

4
9934 Mar. 30

Mar. 18 110

10434 Mar.
10434 Mar.

Mar,

8

7
3
5

6534 Jan.
2
4934 Jan.
2
8734 Feb. 18

2

9234 Mar. 23
134 Mar. 5
6034 Mar. 24

9

94

Sale

89

4

2

54

7434 Mar. 23
8034 Mar. 4
77
Mar. 24
74
Mar.
5
73
Mar. 9
9134 Mar. 2
80
Mar. 2
60
Mar. 30
45
Mar. 2

7034 Mar. 17
Mar.

Max.
Mar.

9834 Max. 17

Benef Indus Loan 6s....1946

96

94

17

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

9934 Jan.

Mar. 12

82

Feb.

23 102

55
53

2034 Mar. 19

8934 Mar. 2
7334 Mar. 17

7

9734 Feb.

96

Mar. 24
Mar. 3

7134 Mar.

2 10734 Mar.

9134 Jan.

2
2

Mar. 19

Mar. 2 10534 Mar. 10
Mar. 26
9734 Mar. 2 100
9734 Mar. 4 9834 Mar. 6
Mar. 13
83
Mar. 10 85

9734 Mar.

9734 Sale

Beacon OU 6s with warr. 1936

Boston Consol Gas 5s

55

5

Jan.

90

10134 Jan.
100
Jan.

7
5

2 10334 Mar. 17

8634 Mar. 3
6734 Mar. 31

108

Belgo-Can Paper Ltd 6s.-1943
Bell Tel of Canada 5s
1955
1st M 5s ser B June I 1957
5s series C
......1960
Birmingham Elec 434*-—1968
Birmingham Gas 5s
...1959
Boston & Albany RR 43is *78

56

60

1933

534 % notes

Mar. 24
Mar. 10

43

45

Baldwin Locomotive Works
Bates Valve Bag 6s

Mar. 28

69

10134 Mar.

3

9634 Mar.
9734 Mar.

9334 Mar. 27
9734 Mar. 6

69

Sale

81,000

10534 Mar. 2 10734 Mar.
10034 Mar. 12 10134 Mar.

77

1950
396,000 Assoc Rayon Corp 5s
10,000 Assoc Simmons Hard 634* 1933
383,000 Assoc Tel & Tel 534s A...1955
1944
1,413,000 Assoc Tel Util 534s
17,000 Atlantic Fruit Ac Sugar 8s 1949
47,000 Atlas Plywood 534 s

Mar.

72

71

Mar. 31

Mar.

7

si0434 Mar. 7
104
Jan. .6
10534 Mar. 30
10034 Mar. 30
77
Jan.
9
83
Jan.
7
Mar. 11
69 J
100 j
Mar. 10

7934 Mar. 20
6934 Mar. 11
10034 Mar. 10
734 Mar. 17

9834 Mar.

20
85

Mar. 20

14

Mar. 20

99

103

103

9734 Sale

Ac Printing—

Conv deb 5s

75

Mar.

56
54

warrants......1938

1953
117,000 Assoc G Ac E conv deb 434sl948
6s without warrants
1948
79,000
5s
1968
5.248,000
5s registered
1968
3,000
5>*a
1938
766,000
434* series C
..1949
2.211,000
1977
534s
299,000

104

66

1941

Associated Elec 434B

2.956,000

Sale

9

10534 Mar. 30
10034 Mar. 30

Mar.

85
107

1956

1st & ref 5s new
262,000
5,000 Arnold Print Works 6s

45,000

10534 Sale

9934 Sale

34*--1947

Mills

99

9934 Jan.
9934 Jan.

Mar. 14

S10434 Mar. 7

7754 Mar.

7834 Sale

67

Deb a f 5s
'.
1948
432,000
889.000
4% notes.............1933
.....1936
92,000 Amer Seating 6a
1936
11,000 Amer Solv Ac Chem 6s
9,000
634* without warrants. 1936
1956
1,228,000 Appalachian El Pr 5s
Appalachian Gas Corp—
Conv deb 6s
1945
2,778,000
Conv deb 6s series B...1945
3,021,000
Conv 6s new
.....1945
69,000

2,275,000

Sale

99

9934 Max.

9834 Mar.
9834 Mar.
10234 Mar.
10334 Mar.
10434 Mar.
10034 Mar.
75

Sale

77

6s..__1939

Amer Radiator deb 4
Amer Rolling

Sale

105

Sale

American Power At Light

1,028,000

Mar.

99

9854 Sale
9834 Sale

Sale

97

10734 Mar. 25
105

7934 Jan.

Mar. 26

8534 Jan. 13
9954 Mar. 18

Feb.

9634 Feb.
3434 Mar.

43

2

Jan.

8734 Mar.

5

6

52

NEW YOEK CURE EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE

SALES.

In

March.

Jan.

BONDS

Bid.

(Continued)

380,000 Commonw Edison 4H®_—1957
4Hs series C—
70,000
1956
43^8 series E
822,000
--I960
2,000 Conn Lighting Ac Pow 7s. 1951

143,000
58,000

Ask

March 2.
Bid.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

100 M Sale

102

Sale

103 34

Sale

100

10134

Sale

101 54

Sale

Sale

Consol G B L Ac P Bait—

61,000
65,000
52,000
133,000

3,000
20,000
58,000

534s series E

1952

5s series F

1969
1970

Consol Gas Utilities—

194,000
317,000

245,000

634s with warrants....1943

377.00CH

1st Ac coll 6s

ser

\

7434

4,000
548,000
1,230,000
154,000

29,000
2,097,000
3,544,000
299,000
10,000

181",666

443,000 Cudahy Pack deb 5 Ms
5s
100,000

50,000
15,000
8,000
150,000
83,000
67,000
14,000

10134 Sale
8134 Sale

Crane Co 5s

1940

848,000
124,000
32,000
12,000
915,000
5,000

2,347,000
464,000
121;000
27,000
2,904,000
7,000
69,000
168,000
16,000
692,000

25,000

1946

4%

16,000
223,000
77,000

notes

Sale

10534

Sale
Sale
Sale

3M% Notes

100

Sale

100 Ys

Sale

993

Sale

1023

Sale

6734

Sale

Sale

100

10534 Sale
20 34 Sale

Sale

10134

$83

Sale

Sale

103

107

Sale

U 0/4
106

Sale
DO.K3

1834

Sale

57

Sale

10134 Sale

8334 Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

63 54 Sale
103 Ys Sale
sl0054 Sale
87 Ys

107

Sale

Sale

57

65

Sale
Sale
Sale

10334

Sale

101

Sale

8954

Sale

14,000

55,000
1,111,000
68,000
'206,000
143,000
130,000
30,000
8,000
36,000
29,000
186,000
82,000

7754

Sale

20,000

82,000

Sale

76 M Sale

78

11,000
29,000

678",606
94,000
53,000
1,307,000
86,000
146,000

294,000

,

36,000
128,000
99,000
199,000

25,000
86,000
9,000
13,000
40,000
84,000
83.000

20,000
140,000
91,000
99,000
84,000

91,000
182,000
6,000
14,000
76,000
44,000

1946
Green Mountain Pow 5s. 1948
Ground Grlpper Shoe 6s_1944

•

1947

1956

Hamburg Elec Co 7s.....1935
Hamburg El At Und Ry 5Ms'38
Hanna (The M A) Co 6s..1934
Hood Rubber 7s.....

20,000 Houston L Ac P 4Ms D...1978
4M«D new
152,000
219,000 Hud Bay Min At Smelt 6s. 1935
130,000 Hungarian Ital Bank 7M® '63
285,000 Hygrade Food 6s ser A ..1949
6s series B
8,000
..1949

Mar. 28

Mar.
Mar.

9

9354 Mar. 31
6734 Mar. 2

2 102
Mar. 18
3 10334 Mar. 31
106
Mar. 23 10734 Mar.
2
1834 Mar. 31 21
Mar. 11
4
Mar. 10
5
Mar.
9
'*

Mar. 12

95

Mar.

3

10234 Mar.
5 10334 Mar.
7
Mar. 26
5154 Mar. 18 63
50
Mar. 12
56
Mar. 4
.

6154 Mar.
10254 Mar.
sl0054Mar.

70

Mar. 20

Mar. 25
60
Mar. 10 107
Mar. 10 106
Mar. 25
9734

Jan.
Jan.

23 107
47
7

9454 Jan.

2 100

15
Feb. 27

Jan.

2 103

Feb.

Feb.

3

101
S8

'

3

73

102

"Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

3 103
2 107

10534 Jan.
1534 Feb. 24

1,000
87,000
123,000
103,000
4,000

14,000

8,000 Idaho Power Co

5s

3,000 Illinois Nor Utll 5s

488,000
1,000

.1950
14,000 Indiana Service 5s
1,598,000 Ind'polls P At L 5s ser A
1957
1,000 Indianapolis Water 5M®-1953
14,000 Inland Steel 434s B
1981

436,000

1,807,000

9

$83

Jan.

2

95

Mar.

3

10234 Mar.
50
41

Jan.
Jan.

555

5 10334 Mar. 7
7034 Jan. 15
6334 Feb.
4

Jan.

7

9

71

For footnotes

aee page




54.

Jan.

7

10334 Mar. 4
10134 Feb. 13

Jan.

100

Jan.

101

10034 Mar.
8254 Jan.

90

58

Jan.

60

Mar. 19
Mar.
9

Mar. 25

Mar.

2

98

Jan.

108

Jan.

31

Mar.

3

100

Jan.

107

Feb.

2

Mar. 25

96

9734 Mar. 25
8034 Jan. 13

Mar.

Feb.

3

95

Jan.

5

73

Feb.

17
19

7 s89

Mar.

6

7634 Jan.

2

90

75

Jan.

5

8234 Mar. 17

14

86

Jan.

19

87

Mar. 24

82

Mar. 10

23

2754 Feb. 19
9134 Mar. 19

86

Sale

Mar.

2

83

Mar. 12

$6334 Jan.

7734 Mar. 2
9954 Mar. 26

84

Mar

26

9954 Mar
8934 Mar

26

6534 Jan.
9934 Jan.

11

82

Mar.

Mar.

6

4

87

Sale

8434 Mar.

8154
84 54

Sale

8054 Mar.
8334 Mar. 25
8534 Mar. 10

Sale

8154 Jan.
8454 Feb.

8134 Mar. 18

82

Mar. 10

77

Mar. 25

27

Mar.

8734 Mar.

Sale

94

Sale

9334
9354

Sale
Sale

9234
9334
9334
9154

93 54

18

Sale

Sale

80

38

1234 Mar.

Sale

80

100

Mar.

16

Jan.

1634 Jan.
83

Jan.

85

Jan.
Jan.

27

9334 Mar. 19

83

Mar. 12

84

7

Mar. 26

9954 Feb. 18
8934 Mar. 11
19

Feb.

3

98

Jan.

7

7534 Feb. 25

92

Feb.

10054 Sale

7034 Sale

83

87"" Sale

8754 Sale

Sale

Sale

102

Sale

8654 Sale
8654 Sale
9134 Sale

Mar. 20

90

Jan.

95

3

89

Jan.

9254 Jan.

14

6

5334 Feb.

Feb.

21

Mar. 20

Mar. 26

28

38

Mar.

Mar. 26

1234 Mar. 31
8134 Mar. 27

12

Feb.

20

Jan.

80

Mar.

97

Mar. 16

94

Mar.

45

Feb.

84
97
53

Mar. 16

5034 Mar. 24
10054 Mar. 19

Mar.

Jan.
Jan.

3

14

Mar.

9

10

Jan.

50

Mar. 23

51

Mar. 28

50

Mar. 23

69

Jan.

Mar.

12

Mar.

Jan.

12

Mar.

3

9

10034 Mar. 11 10234 Mar. 31
Mar.

84

Mar.

8

11
2

8

10034 Mar. 19

9954 Mar.

Mar.

83

7

Mar. 23

10

50

Sale

7

9434 Jan. 27
9354 Mar. 26

12

"

9934 Sale

95

9234 Mar.
6034 Mar.

94
Mar.
4534 Mar.
9954 Mar.

48"" Sale

Mar. 23

28

Sale

14% Sale

~8~

92

9434 Mar. 2
9354 Mar. 26

Sale

Sale

4

9134 Mar. 19

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
5934 Mar.

1234
Sale

52"" Sale

2

Mar.

28

84

Feb.

Mar. 24

Sale

90

8234 Mar. 17
8554 Mar. 12

74 34 Mar.

87

9054

9134 Sale

2

78

22

1454 Jan.

2
15
9

Jan.
9
834 Feb.
6 10
9854 Jan. 29 10234 Mar. 31

Sale

8734 Mar.

Mar. 23
8834 Mar.
6
9134 Mar. 27

90

Mar.

92

Mar. 30

88

Jan.

6

93

Jan.

7534 Sale

74

Mar. 27

78

Mar.

74
92

Jan.

21

82

Feb.. 17

2

90

88

2

7034 Jan.

2

73

Jan.

15

84

Jan.

28

88

Mar. 23

8834 Mar. 6
9134 Mar. 27
9

70

106
102

Sale

108

Sale

10354 Sale

18

Sale

Sale

Mar. 11

73

Mar. 17

108

Mar.
2 10854 Mar. 26
10354 Mar. 2 10354 Mar. 2
9934 Mar. 19 9934 Mar. 19

92

Feb.

2

9934 Jan.

8 100

Jan.

10

68

Feb.

102
99

Jan.

Jan. 10
7 74
6 10854 Mar. 26
2 10354 Feb.
9

Jan.

10534 Jan.

57

Sale

104

Sale

59

Sale

10034 Sale

10154 Sale
10134 Sale

9934 Sale
8334 Sale

8334 Sale

2

25

2

18

Jan.

2

20

10134 Sale
10134 Sale
97 34 Sale

Feb.

2034 Mar. 20

25"" Sale'

Mar. 26

2034 Mar. 24

20

Mar. 26

Mar.

59

45

Jan.

Mar. 23

10054 Jan.
10134 Jan.

Feb. 10
Feb. 25

5454
10154
10154
10034

4

Mar.

Mar. 23

Sale

9

98

Jan.

77
98

99

6734 Sale
91

8334 Sale

90

Sale

Sale

Mar.

83

Mar.

86

Mar. 10

Mar.

100
80

Mar. 27
Mar. 21

7834 Mar.
6734 Mar.
8934 Mar.

10054 Mar.

>

86

Feb.

100

Jan.

8034 Jan.
6934 Mar.

Jan.

92

Jan.

23

8334 Jan.

91

Jan.

27

95

97

Mar. 31

97

9654 Mar. 30

9234 Feb.

87

Mar. 20

84

87

Mar. 10

n5034 Mar. 17

Mar.

Mar. 31

98

.

Sale

10034 Sale

Sale

9334 Sale

10254 Sale

94

10334 Sale

10134 Sale

10354
10134
9234
10234

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

10454 Mar. 25
10134 Mar. 16
104

Mar.
2
Mar. 30

95
104

8634 Sale

Mar.
Mar.

9654
10434
8834
10334
10334

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

8734 Mar.

10254 Sale" 10134 Mar.
10334 Mar.

Mar.

94

Sale

9134 Sale

89

Sale

89

Mar. 31

77

Jan.

87

40

Mar.

52

Mar. 10
Jan.
8

50

Jan.

10354
10034
8634
9834
95

10

104

Mar.
Jan.

14

10454 Mar. 25
10134 Mar. 16

Jan.

Feb. 26
Mar. 30
Jan. 28
10434 Jan. 28
Mar.
9
103H Mar. 23

Jan.

104

Jan.

100

Mar.

23

8734 Mar.
9954 Feb.

14

10334 Mar.

9234 Mar. 16

3

9654 Mar. 30
9
8734 Jan.

21

9

8

Jan.

10J

Jan.

8154

29

Jan.

Mar.

Mar.

Jan.

77

94
Mar.
8534 Mar.
84

9

Mar. 10

86

95

40

Mar. 13

60

Mar. 20
Mar.

86

Sale

28

92
90

Mar.

8534 Sale
48 34

20

Jan.

6934 Mar.

87

Sale

5

Jan.

10054 Mar.

Jan.

97"" Sale
8534 Sale

27
35

96

99

77

10034 Feb.

28 59
21 103
2 104
Feb.
2 10234

Mar. 26 103
Mar. 11
Mar. 30 104
Mar.
2
Mar. 2 10234 Mar. 13

Insult Util Inv 6s ser B..1940

Without warrants

2

7

Mar.

Mar.

1947

Illinois Pow At L 5Ms
1957
5 Ms series "B"
454,000
1954
240,000 Indep Oil At Gas deb 6s_.1939
7,000 Indiana Gen Service 5s..1948

Mar.
Jan.

5

81

1957

275,000

12
Mar. 18
Mar. 31

24

4034 Feb.
8,000

30

Jan.

Jan.

101

Mar. 25

9

2

3

Mar. 19
9
Mar.

Mar. 28
Jan.

,9354 Mar. 31

9934 Jan. 17

62
100

4

10334 Mar.

2 101
10034 Mar. 18 101
Mar.
87
2
90

100

9734 Mar. 11

1936

—..1943

2 107

7034 Mar. 31
9
2 10234 Mar.
2 10134 Mar. 14

9634 Mar. 13

5M®
Oct 15 1936
Houston Gulf Gas 6M®—1943
6s

9

15

101M Mar.

Sale

1948
1937

15

Jan.

9

6934 Mar.

Guantanamo At W Ry 6s.1958
Guardian Investors Corp—

5s ser A with warr...
72,000
536,000 Gulf Oil of Pa deb 5s
376,000
Sinking fund deb 5s
550,000 Gulf States Utll 5s

59,000
253,000
41,000
91,000
150,000
182,000
190,000

__

Jan.

96

Mar.

Sale

Gobel (Adolf) 6 Ms ser A.1935
With warrants

Gt West Power Calif 5s

95

9

Sale

1933

Conr deb 6s..—....1948
Grand Trunk Ry 6 M®.—1936

89
64

87 Ys

1,000 Godchaux Sugars 7Ms...1941
37,000 Goodyear T At R Cal SMs.1931
Grand (F Ac W) Properties—

42,000
49,000
1,000
1,000
15,000
12,000

5

Jan.

Mar.
2
9934 Mar. 19 100
102
Mar. 14 10254 Mar. 23

90

1937

6s with warrants—....1953
255,000
6s without warrants...1953
273,000
3,463,000 Gillette Safety Razor 5s. 1940
335,000 Glldden (The) 5 Ms
1935

9134 Jan.

5

84

Vending Corp—

Gesfuerel—

803| Jan.

9354 Mar.

65
Jan.
7034 Mar. 31
3 IO234 Mar. 9 $10034Jan.
2 10134 Mar. 14
9634 Jan.

Mkr.

100

92 54

Ltd 6s..1948

40,000 Georgia At Fla 6s ser A—.1946
Certificates of deposit.
10,000
1,947,000 Georgia Power ref 5s....1967

9954 Jan.

8834 Mar. 19

Mar. 31

Sale

Gen Pub Utilities Co 4s.. 1931

Gen Water Wks Gas Ac Elec—
6s series B
18,000
1944

Mar. 10
31 10254 Mar. 19
2
8834 Mar. 19

2

Mar. 31

25

1941

...

26

35

2 10254 Mar. 19

Mar.

84
93

83

1954

Aug 15

13

Sale

Sale

85"" Sale

Gen Laundry Mach 6 Ms. 1937
Gen Pub Serv Co 5s.—1953

warr

Feb.

89

Sale

conv deb 6s_1940
Gen Indus Alcohol 6 Ms. 1944

6s with

17

8134 Sale

Gen Bronze

Gen

Mar. 10

7734 Sale

1956

Gen Refractor 5s

Mar. 25

¥8

Mar.
Mar. 19
Jan.

19

1.1941

Rayon

81

78

Garlock Packing 6s.
1939
Gatlneau Power 5s....—1956

General

88
Mar. 3
Feb. 27 100

9634

1931

6s series B

96

7434 Mar. 30

1957

new

76

10134 Mar.

8

84 Ys

Federal Water Service 5s. 1954
Finland Residential Mtge

6s

7154 Feb. 21

35

9

74J4 Sale

Fabrics Finishing 6s A
1939
Fairbanks Morse Ac Co 5s.1942
Farmers Nat Mtg Inst 7s .1963

5s

Mar.

105
105

First Bohemian Glass Wks

68,000
64,000
48,000
26,000
18,000
1,000
31,000
6,000
49,000
82,000

Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

93

Sale

6934
66 M Sale

Bank 6s
..1961
270,000
265,000 Firestone Cotton Mills 5s. 1948
104,000 FlrAftone T Ac R Cal 5s..1942

528.000

102

9 10834 Feb.,
Feb.
7 106

15 10534 Jan. 24
30 10454 Mar. 27

81

96

77

....

l8t 7« without warr
62,000
204,000 Fisk Rubber 5 Ms
1,632,000 Florida Power At Lt 5s

Jan.

3
88
Mar. -2 s96

60

Without warr......
772,000
5,000 European Mtge At Inv 7s. 1950
7s Series C
237,000
1967

17,000
72,000
791,000

3

10734 Jan.
10534 Jan.
104

Mar.

100

53

El Paso Nat Gas

46,000
14,000
234,000

94 34

'57"

1942

2,000
128,000
16,000
607,000

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices.

76
96

10534 Mar.

93 54

.2030

C

725* Mar.

10152 Mar.

Sale

1931

Elec Pow Ac Lt 5s

Lowest.
Sale

10134 Mar. 4 10334 Mar. 27 10034 Jan. 28 10334 Mar. 27
101 54 Mar. 13 10334 Mar. 20 101
Feb. 21 10334 Mar. 20
101
Mar.
2 102
Mar.
5
Mar.
5
9954 Jan. 13 102
Feb. 17
11734 Jan.
5 118

Sale

Sale

1932

Elec Pub Serv 5 Ms

10234
86 34
93 34

1937

4004)00
1,000
96,000

81,000
88,000
16,000

100

101

....

Eastern Utll Invest 5s A 1954
Edison Elec 111 (Boston 5s *33

1.

45

6Ms A..1943
6Ms
1938
Empire Dist Elec 5s..
1952
Empire Oil At Refining 5 M* '42
Ercole Marel Elec Mfg
6Ms with warrants
1953
205,000
European Elec 6M>-.
—1965

32,000

Sale
Sale

9454 Sale

1937

179,000
48,000 Duke Power Co 434s.—
1967
951,000 Ouquesne Gas 6s
1945
242,000
6M% notes..
Mar 15 1935

29,000

10134
84 34

10034 Sale
9634 Sale
10334 Sale

Cuban Telephone 7)4"--1941
Cuban Tobacco 5s
1944

Dixie Gulf Gas 634®
with warrants

Sale
Sale

70 34

1940

Crucible Steel 5s

JAN.

96

96,000 Delaware Elec Pow 534®—1959
62,000 Denv Ac Salt Lake Ry 6s„ 1960
6s series A
35,000
..1950
315,000 Detroit City Gas 5s B
1950
6s series A
305,000
1947
273,000 Detroit Int Bdge 6 Ms
1952
25-yr s f deb 7s
113,000
.....1952

26,000
48,000
136,000

81

Sale

Fdy 6s. 1940

9,000
332,000
561,000
81,000
59,000

20.000

7834

Sale

s96

Continental Secur 5s
.1942
Series A with warrants.

1,000
78,000
214,000
11,000

Sale Prices

25

9834 Sale

Consol Textile 8s
1941
Consumers Power 434«_.1958
Continental G Ac R15s ...1958
Continental OH 5Ms
1937
Cont Roll Ac Steel

Sale

78

...1943

74,000 Consol Publishers 6M*..1936

19.0Q0

Highest.

Sale Prices.

10734 Mar. 4 10834 Mar.
10534 Mar. 9 10534 Mar.
10534 Mar. 10 10534 Mar.
104
Mar.
4 10454 Mar.

1965

4Ks series G
4J^s series H

Lowest.

Ask.

-

23,000

SINCE

2

1931.

%

RANGE

f Price

Jan. 1.

219,000

IN MARCH.

PRICES

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

81*54 Jan.'

2

Mar. 14
Jan. 24

95^'Feb.

11

53

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE
PRICES

aoobboatb bales.
NEW YORE
In

8ince

March.

Jan. 1.

Jan

Bid.

(Continued)

Ask.

March 2.
Ask

Bid.

157,000
12,000
221,000
5,000
1,000
250,000
113,000

7,000
Without warrants...
557,000 Interstate Power 5s
1957
180,000
Debenture 6s
.1953

9,000
665,000

Interstate Nat Gas 6s

Ask.

Highest

Lowest.

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

50

Sale

53%

Sale

53% Mar.

60

Mar. 25

50

Jan.

60

Mar. 25

50

Sale

58

Sale

55

58

Mar. 31

50

Jan.

58

Feb.

Mar.

90
96

"

90% Sale

97% Sale

68 %

75%

94% Mar. 27
96% Mar. 10
100% Mar. 26

Mar.

96

Sale

Mar.
Mar.

Sale"

98%

Sale

97

85

Sale

Sale

81% Mar.

85

Mar. 31

75

77

Mar. 26

76% Sale

Mar.

92% Mar.

92% Mar. 13

102% Mar.
82% Mar.

4 102% Mar. 4
Mar. 21
3 89
84% Mar. 19

.1936

102% Sale

"72% Sale

83
Sale
74% Sale

88% Sale
81% Sale

73

Mar. 16

102% Mar.

102% Jan.
79% Jan.
72% Jan.

3

93% Mar. 11

84% Mar. 19

88

Feb.

6

93% Mar. 11

Jan.
Jan.

10
19

Jan. 10
Mar. 25
78% Jan. 22
96% Mar. 2
96
Mar. 25
96
Mar. 19
97% Mar. 2

Invest Bond 8c Share Corp

2,000
87,000
75,000
500,000
124,000
237,000
34,000
3,000
235,000
36,000
160,000

67,000
39,000
362,000
124,000
152,000
28,000

92",000
3,000
42,000

...1947

Deb 5s series A

1,700,000

.....1961

5s Series B__

A...1958

549,000
60,000
45,000
7,000
40,000
24,000
5,000

43,000
242,000
234,000
27,000
42,000
18,000
44,000
167,000
18,000

T, 006
168,000
149,000
40,000
6,000
470,000
272,000

117,000
11,000
22,000
146,000
582,000
7,000
11,000
20,000
4,000
10,000
25,000
35,000
143,000
110,000
282,000

491,000
67,000
230,000
155,000
387,000
96,000
47,000
36,000
116,000
6,000

2,016,000

■

78,000
110,000
28,000
86,000
42,000
6,000
43,000
565,000
516,000
163,000

'93% Sale

95% Sale
95% Sale
94% Sale
96% Sale

Mar. 14

83

Mar. 25

78

74%
94%
95%
93%
93%

Mar. 19
Mar. 3
Mar. 24
Mar. 2
Mar.' 5

78

Mar. 24

74% Mar. 19
91% Jan.
3
95% Mar. 24

Sale

96% Mar.
96

97%

Sale

96

2

Mar. 25
Mar. 19

97% Mar.

2

Iowa Sou Utilities 6s A..1950
(sarco

Hydro-El 7s...... .1952

64

1942

s62

Isotta Franchinl 7s

Kansas City P & L

"72
-

55% Sale

2

Jan.

3

Mar.

60

Jan.

6

95
77
76

55% Jan.

2

77% Mar. 20

Mar.

2

76

71% Sale

2

77% Mar. 20

101
100

Sale
Sale

102%
101%

Sale
Sale

103% Sale
101% Sale
101

Sale

98

Sale

3

102% Mar.
103% Mar. 6
100% Mar. o 101% Mar. 2
Mar. 30
100% Mar. 25 101

105

98% Sale

Keystone Public Serv 5s. 1978

"99% Sale"

96% Sale

99% Sale
98%

Kimberly Clark 5s A..

100

Sale

103%

Sale
Sale

103

Sale

166% Sale" 101%

99%

Sale

Sale
103% Sale

101

Sale

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

82

Sale

102%

Mar.

94%
90%
98%
98%
96%
s98%
100%
102%
100%

93

Mar. 19

100% Mar. 26
100% Mar. 27
96% Mar. 2
100

Mar. 21

102%

Mar. 19

103% Mar.
101% Mar.

7

7

2
2 101% Feb.
101
Jan.
2 103% Feb. 10
98% Jan. 19 101% Feb. 28
Mar. 30
100% Mar. 25 101

Mar.

99% Mar.
102% Mar.

Sale

93% Mar.

...

93

103% Mar. 28
107% Mar. 27
98% Mar. 14

102% Mar.
104

Jan.

94

Feb.

97
98
95

100% Mar. 26
100% Mar. 27
96% Mar. 2

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

102% Mar. 19
103% Mar. 7
103% Feb. 25

Feb.

101% Feb.
98% Jan.
99
82

Mar.

98

101% Jan.

Jan.

Mar. 14

Jan.

2

91

Mar.

Mar.

6

84
93
91

95

Feb.

Mar.

93
93

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 27

20

Mar. 14

91

100% Mar. 13
104% Jan.
9

100% Jan.

95
93

3

Mar. 21

100

s98% Mar.
99

Mar. 19

93

90% Jan.

3 100% Mar. 13
2 104% Mar. 12

100% Mar. 19 101% Mar. 11

100% Sale
82

103% Mar. 28
107% Mar. 27
98% Mar. 14

102% Mar.

102% Sale

Kentucky Utilities 5s....1969
5s
1961

Jan.

6
31

Jan.

Sale

94

95%
105

Sale

29

Sale

95%
100%
105%
103%

Mar. 26

96% Jan.
98% Feb.

101

Mar. 20

101

Mar. 19

93

90% Sale
98% Sale
102% Sale

Feb.

93

Feb.

3

93% Mar. 19

91

Mar. 27

95% Jan.

6

Mar. 18

77
77
102

95%
100%
105%
103%

93% Mar.
99% Mar.
104% Mar.

Mar. 26
Mar. 18

90% Jan.
96% Feb.
102% Jan.

Mar. 12

101

Mar. 11

103

97

Sale

273.000
5s new...
.1957
2,000 Lukens Steel Co 8s..—.1940

98% Sale
98% Sale

Sale

Mar.

98

Mar.

101

Mar. 20

98% Mar.

166%

92% Sale

101

Mar. 19

91

Mar. 27

81% Mar.
80% Mar.
102

98

Sale

Sale

104%

Sale

100% Sale

105

Sale

101% Sale

Mar. 19

100% Mar.

102

Mar. 12

100% Sale
93

92%
s92

Sale

"96% "Sale

Sale
Sale

"95% Sale

96% Sale

Sale

102% Sale

101

103% Sale
91% Sale

93% Sale
96

Sale

96% Sale
106
96

....

100% Sale

Sale

98

Sale
,

104

Sale

"93%

Sale
95% Sale
97% Sale

104

Sale

97% Sale

Sale

50

Mar. 18
Jan.

97% Feb.

Mar. 12

Mar.

57

Mar. 24

50

90

Mar.

88

9

Feb.

24

Jan.

7

102% Feb.

17

Mar.
100

101% Jan.

Mar.

52

Mar. 26

44

100

Mar. 13

100

Jan.

Mar. 30

99

Mar. 26

97

Mar.

96^

Mar. 17

7

9
100% Feb.
100% Mar. 30

97% Mar.
93

97% Mar.
97

96

Mar.

4

96

Mar. 23

Mar.

3

98% Mar, 19

96

93% Jan.
96
Jan.
90% Jan.
102% Jan.

103% Mar. 24 106% Mar. 5
94
Mar. 24 98% Mar. 16
5102% Mar. 3 104% Mar. 13
Mar. 21
103% Mar. 5 105
Mar.

4 105

Mar.

4

102

9

7

Jan.

8

Jan.

14

93% Mar. 18

91% Jan.

96

.

102% Mar. 19
Mar. 23
104

99% Jan.
101% Jan.
89% Feb.

94

Jan.

99

Jan.

92% Jan.
92% Jan.
96
Jan.

2 102% Mar. 19
Mar. 23
3 104
2 93% Mar. 18

Mar. 26

52

Jan.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5

Jan.

Mar.

100% Mar.
102% Mar.
91% Mar.

105

Mar. 24

88

Jan.

Mar.

100

Mar. 12

105

92

102% Mar. 11

Mar. 18

102

5
9

Mar. 11

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

102% Mar.
100%
97%
97%
96%
94%

Jan.

94

Mar.

54

50% Sale

Mar. 24

105

92

Sale

§4%
88

Mar.

104

88

93%

1,443,000 Milwaukee El Ry A Lt 5s. 1971
127,000 Milwaukee G L 4 %•
1967
712,000 Minneapolis Gas Lt 4 %s_1950
456,000 Minn Pow A Lt 4%a
.1978
885,000 Miss Power A Light 5s... 1957
....1944
564,000 Miss River Fuel 6s
Without warrants
144,000
.1951
61,000 Miss River Power 5s
170,000 Montreal L H A P 5s "AM951
58 series B
1970
36,000

Feb. 14
Mar. 11
Feb. 27
Mar. 3

Jan.

58

Mar.

Kelvlnator without warr 6s'36

193,000 Manitoba Power 5Hs
1951
Mansfield Mln A Sm (Germ)
21,000
7s with warrants
..1941
55,000
7s without warrants
1941
362,000 Mass Gas Co 5%«-_
1946
5s
..1955
1,561,000
17,000 Mass Util Assoc 5s A.....1949
90,000 McCord Bad A Mfg6 s
1943
29,000 Melbourne EI Supp 7%8 A *46
27,000 Memphis P A L 5s ser A..1948
45,000 Middle Sts Petrol 6%8 A. 1945
101,000 Middle West Util 4%a—1931
Conv 5% notes
449,000
1932
Conv 5% notes
313,000
1933
Conv 5% notes
327,000
1934
Conv 5% notes
574,000
...—1935
Conv 4 % % notes
1,000
1943

90

Mar. 11
Mar. 17

64

76

71

2022

Louisiana Pow A Lt 5s—1957

14

95

72

Kansas Power 5s A......1947

1943
Koppers Gas A G deb 5s_1947
Deb 5%«
1950
Kresge (S S) Co 5s
1945

2

19

Feb.

90

3

Sale

75% Sale

Jan.

89% Feb.

101% Feb.

4%s__1961

Kansas Gas A Blec 6s

75

1963

Without warrants..

83

Mar. 30

85% Mar.

Sale
Sale

Without warrants

139,000 Laclede Gas Lt 5%«
..1935
18,000 Larutan Gas Corp 6%*--1935
287,000 Lehigh Coal A Nav 4%» G 1954
592,000 Lehigh Pow Socur 6s
2026
Leonard Tiets Inc 7%i__1946
52,000
Without
warrants
2,000 Lexington Telephone 6s. 1944
21,000 Lexington Util 5s
.1952
363,000 Libby McNeill A Llbby 5s 1942
303,000 Lone Star Gas Corp 5s
1942
97,000 Long Island Ltg 6s
1945
22,000 Los Angeles Gas A Elec 5s '61

1,191,000

79

68

90

90

1957

Iowa Pub Serv 5s

3,000 Jamaica Wat Sup 5%s A.1955
458,000 Jersey Cent PAL 536® A.1945
58 series B
......1947
367,000
5s series B new
.....1947
8,000

144,000
185,000
8,000

94% Sale

Iowa-Nebraska LAP 5s..1957
Iowa Pow A Lt 4H>

Sale

—

Italian Superpower 6s

676,000

81

Invest Co of Amer 5s A...1947
Without warrants

4

Mar. 21

89

68

91% Mar.

1958

4Hs

5

94% Mar. 27
90
Mar. 19
96% Mar. 10
96
Feb. 10
100% Mar. 26
89% Jan.
2
Mar. 31
80
Feb.
6 85
68% Jan.
2 78% Feb. 10
92% Mar. 13 92% Mar. 13

Interstate Public Service

83,000

49,000

1.

Highest

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

March 31.
Bid.

Intel-continents Power Co—
Deb 6s with warrants.. 1948
128,000
68 New.....
27,000
........1948
9,000 Int Hydro-Elec 5s A
1958
1941
1,188,000 Internat Match 5s
541,000 Int Pow Socur 7s ser E...1957
14,000 International Salt 5s....1951
731,000 Internat Securities 5s—1947
5,000 Interstate Iron & St'l 5%s '46

49,000
7,000

JAN.

SINCE

2

1931.
BONDS

RANGE

MARCH.

IN

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Mar. 23

98% Mar. 19
106% Feb. 13
98% Mar. 16

104% Mar. 13

Jan.

105

Mar. 21

102% Jan.

105

Mar.

4

Morris Plan Shares Corp—

1,000

Munson

1,000

1,000

95,000
27,000
23,000
90,000
753,000
572,000

370,000
27,000
73,000
290,000
1,402,000
1385,000

77

6s A without warrants 1947

Feb.

13

77

Feb.

13

37

Mar. 30

37

Mar. 30

Steamship Line

6%s with warr...,

National Elec. Pow 5s

37

1937

Narragansett Elec Go 5s..l957

101% Sale

102% Sale

103

Sale

74

1978

Nat Pow A Lt 6s* *A"
Deb 5s series B

Nat Pub Serv 5s

2026
2030

1978

100% Sale
88% Sale
66% Sale

105

Sale

92

Sale

73%

Sale

99%

"73% Sale"

Sale

Mar. 30
Mar. 25
Mar. 24

Mar. 17

77

68% Mar. 14
104% Mar. 2 106% Mar. 6
93
Mar. 6
90
Mar.
3
71% Mar. 17 75% Mar. 26
66

National Food Prod 6s..1944

37

2 103

Mar. 30

102% Mar.

Mar. 26

101% Jan.
74
48

14 103

Mar. 17
Jan. 12

100% Jan.

77

Jan.

7

Mar. 24

68% Mar. 14
2 106% Mar. 6

87% Feb.

4

93

66% Jan.

2

75% Mar. 26

Mar.

6

3

99% Mar. 30
10% Mar. 21

National Tea Co—

90,000
6,000
21,000
8,000

130,000
5% gold note8...May 1 1935
1938
24,000 Natl Trade Journal 6s
2022
39,000 Nebraska Power 6s
32,000 Nelsner Bros Realty 6s.. 1948

369,000
17,000
644,000
309,000
2,166,000
2,000

1956
491,000 Nevada Calif Elec 5s
5s new..
1956
17»000
8,385,000 New Eng G A Elec Assn 5sl947
5s
.1948
837,000
Conv deb 5s.
1950
3,513,000
1956
4,000 N J Power A Light 5s
New Orleans Pub Serv 4%s '35
67,000
8,000 Newton Steel 6% notes..1931

67,000

~f»""
47,000
1,153,000
110,000
169,000

30,000
47,000
132,000
795,000
167,000
151,000
ft**

115,000
47,000
88,000
64,000
3,000
33,000

98% Mar. 4
10% Mar. 21
110

67

99% Mar. 30
10% Mar. 21

Mar.
5 110% Mar. 18
Mar. 20
72% Mar. 3

85% Sale

90

90

Sale

83

Sale

90% Sale
89% Sale

Sale

91%
92%
90%
94%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

91%
92%
s89%
s89%
88%

Mar. 4
Mar. 26
Mar. 6
Mar. 4
Mar .10

104

92% Sale

Mar. 20 105% Mar. 23

91% Mar. 12

93% Mar. 9
92% Mar. 26
93% Mar. 19
95

Mar. 19

93

Mar. 18

95% Mar. 24

96% Jan.
10

Jan.

108

29

Jan.

67

12 110% Mar.
Mar. 20
80
Jan.

91

Jan.

3

92% Mar. 26
84% Jan.
6
88% Jan.
3
83

Jan.

2

18
7

8
93% Jan.
92% Mar. 26
Mar. 19
93%
95

Mar. 19

93

Mar. 18

102% Jan.

15 105% Mar. 23
91% Mar. 12
95% Mar. 24
97% Jan. 23 97% Jan. 23

N Y A Foreign Invest

88,000
5%s A with warrants..1948
3,698,000 N Y P A L Corp 1st 4%«_„ 1967
177,000 Niagara Falls Power 6S..1950

77

Sale

95% Sale

79% Sale
96% Sale
106% Sale

98% Sale
107

tfSale

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

2 82
2 98%
3 sl07
3 93%

Mar.

3

Mar. 23
Mar. 27

76

Jan.

93% Feb.
105% Jan.

100
99

Sale
Sale

90% Sale
99% Sale
93

103%
102%
93%

Sale
Sale
Sale

103% Sale
96% Sale

66%
102%
%
__%
102%

Mar. 28

Mar. 17

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
97% Mar.
%

73% Mar. 23
4 103% Mar. 25

84

Jan.<

97

313,000 Nippon Elec Pow 6%s—1953
310,000 North American Co 5s___1961
1948
62,000 Nor Cont Util 5%s A
1966
200,000 Nor Ind Pub Serv 5s..
5s series D
1969
400,000
4%s E
1970
2,048,000
1951
485,000 Nor Ohio PAL 5%s
303,000 Nor Ohio Trac A Lt 5s...1956

79%
96%
105%
91%

Feb.

Mar.

3

98% Mar.
M^r.
93% Mar.
97% Jan.

23

82

sl07

27
28
31

Jan.
6
66% Mar. 17 75
99% Jan.
3 103% Mar. 25
Jan.

104

105

Mar. 25

90% Jan.
98% Jan.

105

Mar. 25

101

Mar. 18

93

Jan.

101

Mar. 18

Mar. 27

101% Jan.

104

Mar. 27

Mar. 2
Mar. 19

104

Jan.

99

Jan.

105% Feb. 27
103% Mar. 19

Mar. 26

102% Jan.
104% Mar.

104

Mar. 30

96% Mar. 18

99

Mar. 30

96% Mar. 18

"

Sale

Nor States Power

195,000
6H% gold notes
1933
6s A
1948
147,000
5
% notes.
......1940
201,000
5 % s series B
..1950
109,000
24,000 North Texas Utilities 7s..2935

105% Sale

103% Sale
105% Sale

.

Without warrants....
78,000
1960
2,900 Northwest Pow 6s A

For other footnotes see page 54*




103

Sale

104

Sale

295

Sale

100

Sale

102% Mar. 20 104
105
Mar.
7 105%
100% Mar. 3 103%
103% Mar. 16 105
104% Mar. 7 114
*95

Mar.

2 100

Mar. 24

Mar. 31

105

Mar. 26

114

Mar. 24

Jan.

100

93% Jan.

96

Mar. 31
Jan. 22"

95

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

54
AGGREGATE
In

PRICES IN MARCH.

SALES
NEW YORK
CURB

Since

March.

^EXCHANGE

Jan. 1.

441,000
43,000
387,000
3,000
283,000
6,000

35*666
415,000
17,000
98,000
754,000

16*566
614,000
190,000

3*0*2",666
2,000

1,790,000

4seriss D__
Ohio Pub Serv 5s D

10154 Sale

1456
...1954

Oklahoma Gas & El 5s

1950

9754 Sale
100H Sal©

161)4

Sale

Osgood Co 68 with warr.1938
Oswego Palls Co 6s
1941
Oswego Hirer Pow 6s
1931

Pacific Gas & El 1st 4KS.1957
1st Ac ref 6s B
1941
110,000
1st & ref 5^8 C.
..1952
334,000

1,458,000

3,538,000.
421,000
16,000
34,000

1,133,000
11,000
581,000
7,000

Ask

Ohio Power Ss series B...I952

133,000
763,000
3,000
882,000
16,000
4,000
164,000

1,509,000

March 2.
Bid.

BONDS (Continued)
Ohio Edison Co 5s
1960

S

1st Ac ref 4^s F
1st Ac ref 4^s F w i
Pacific

RANGE SINCE JAN.

.1960
.I960

March 31.
Bid.

102

lOS" Sale'

9854 Sale

9954 Sale

Sale
9754 Sale

Mar.

Mar. 26
Mar. 18

104

103*4

Mar. 19
Mar,
103
Mar. 12 64

Mar. 26

Mar. 12
Mar. 12

100)4 Mar. 31 10054 Mar. 16

9954 Mar. 24
9754 Mar.
Mar.
111)4 Mar. 9
105)4 Mar. 10 106)4 Mar. 4
99)4 Mar, 6
9754 Mar.
Ill

11154 Sale
106)4

Sale Prices
Mar. 17
103

Mar.

Sale

Lowest.

Highest.

,

Prices.
Mar.

10254 Sale
10354 Sale
99)4 Sale

10054 Sale
97 H Sale

Lowest.

Ash

106
99

Sale

Sale

*71)4 Mar.

Pacific Western Oil 6Hs.l943

Park 5c Tilford 6s

9551
7m

Sale
Sale

9754 Sale
81)4 Sale

99)4 Sale
70
Sale

6

69

7254 Mar, 11
100

97)4 Mar.
Mar, 30

Mar. 17

81)4 Mar.

2

..1936

4Hs 1977

5s

4 Mar. 24
9654 Feb. 18
111)4 Feb, 27
10954 Jan.
10654 Mar. 4
104)4 Jan.
97

Feb.

Feb.

9954 Mar. 0.
9854 Jan; 12
7554 Jan.
8
7554 Jan.
7

75)4 Jan.

Without warrants
Pacific Power & Light 5s_1955

Highest.

Sale Prices.
Sale Prices
99
Jan. 31 103)4 Mar,17
101
Feb. 16 104K Mar. 20
Mar. 18
Jan. 30
96
Mar. 26
Mar. 19
Mar. 12
100
Jan. 13 103
Feb.
4
57K Jan. 14 67
Jan. 17
66
6754 Jan. 23100
Jan.
10154 Feb. 14

97

97)4 Sale

Investing 5s A... 1948

Penn Cent Lt Ac Pow

1.

Price
Jan. 2

92 H Sale

*9354 Sale

95)4

Sale

93)4 Mar.

96)4 Mar, 19

101

Mar.

4 101

Mar.

3

■83

Mar.

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

100

Jan.

16
24

Jan.

2

Mar. 17

84)4 Jan.
70

Jan.

Q
30

9654 Mar. 19

100

Mar.

80

i..l979

70

9554
65)4
67
92^54

Jan.

16 101

80

Jan.

15

Mar.

4

Jan.

6

Penn Dock Ac Warehouse Co

18.000

107,000
179,000
88,000
47,000
62,000

242,000
182,000

110,000
586,000
105,000
554,000

8,000
2,000

1*6*6",656
10,000

6s with warrants......1949
46,000
1952
2,000 Penn Glass Sand 6s
729,000 Penn Ohio Ac Det RR 454 s 1977

Penn-Ohio Edison 4s
Without warrants....

83

1

Sale

10054 Jan. 27 10054 Jan. 27
99)4 Jan. 31 10054 Jan. 23

10254 Sale

10354

Sale

10254 Mar.

l02

Sale

10354 Sale
104)4 Sale

242,000 Pennsylvania RR 454 s—1981
Penn

Telep Corp 5s C

1960

10054 Sale

110,000 Penn Water Ac Pow 43^s_. 1968
1979
1,162,000 Peoples Lt k Pow 5a
168,000
1,316,000

83

1956

258,000
100)4 Sale
5 Hb
......1959
267,000
267,000 Penn-Ohio P & L 5^s A.1954 102)4 Sale"
Sale
.88,000 Penn Pr Ac Lt 5s ser B....1952 102
5s series D..
Sale
130,000
1953 102

646,000

2

*7054

Sale

10254

9834 Sale
Sale

70 5l

Sale

Phila Elec 5^s
5s

24,000
1947
I960
13,000
4s
1971
502,000
658,000 Phila Elec Power 5 H*
1972 10654 Sale
51,000 Phila Rapid Transit 6s..1962

102
105

Mar. 23

102)4 Jan.

Mar. 23
2 105
2 10454 Mar. 31
Mar. 18
2 105

10454 Mar. 31

102

Jan.

Mar. 18

102

Jan.

105

MaJ, 10
9654 Mar. 12 97
10054 Mar. 2 10354 Mar. 30
97k Mar. 13 9854 Mar. 23
Mar.

4

7454 Mar. 23

3

9954 Mar.

69

102)4 Mar.

4

2 103)4 Mar. 21

10554 Mar.

10654 Sale

79

2 107
5 105)4
9354
Mar *25 105)4

~ 10554 Mar.

10554 Mar. 17 16?
Mar. 23

76

Mar. 10

6 102

Mar. 30

Mar. 10
9654 Mar. 12 97
9554 Jan. 13 10354 Mar. 30
9754 Mar. 13 9854 Mar. 23
55
7454 Mar. 23
Jan,
99)4 Feb. 26 9954 Feb. 26
101)4 Feb.
2 103)4 Mar. 21

10?54 Mar. 13 108)4 Mar.

10854 Sale

10654 Sale

100)4 Jan.
9754 Jan,

2 10454 Mar. 25

Mar. 30

104)4 Mar. 25

Mar.

99)4 Mar.

Pere

Marquette 4K* C._ .1980
Phil Bait & W RR 4^s C.1977

99

103)4 Mar.
10354 Mar.
10354 Mar.

70

17 10854 Feb. 27
Mar. 5 0554 Jan. 30
Jan. 30 9354 Feb. 21
Mar. 25
Feb.
4 107
Jan. 27
Mar. 23 80
Jan.

Phila Suburb Cos G Ac K

44,000
178,000
43,000
14,000

32*666
12,000

65,000
18,000
5,000

22*656
29,000
60,000

lot Ac refunding 4Hs..l95?
Piedmont Hydro-Electric Co
6Mb class A...........1960
642,000

140,000

63,000
47,000
5,000
188,000
65,000
1,153,000

'221,000

10254 Mar. 14 103)4 Mar. 20

72)4 Sale

Piedmont Ac Northern 5s. 1954
Pittsburgh Cosl 6s
1949
Pittsb Screw Ac Bolt

84)4 Sale

9154 Sale
9654

Sale

88
93

Mar. 30
Mar. 9

96)4 Mar.

2

98

Mar. 12

99

Mar.

3

Mar.

93

Mar.

7

5>4s.l947

Pittsburgh Steel 6s

Poor Ac Co 6s
...1939
Portland Gen Elec 4 54®--I960

Potomac Edison 5s

9834

...1948

90

Prussian Elec 6s_

69,000
831,000
21,000

59,000
831,000
21,000

8,000
6,000
63,000
212,000
64,000
279,000
163,000

1931
42,000 Pub Serv of Nor Ills 5s
5s series C
1966
16,000
4Hs series D
126,000
.......1978
series E...
.....1980
540,000
1957
221,000 Pub Serv Of Okla 5s D
720,000 Puget Sound P Ac L 5^s.l949
5s series C............1950
716,000

14,000
72,000

95,000 Queens Borough GAkE 4)48*58
5H»
1952
84,000

I,000

Sale

Sale

2

8454 Sale
10154 Mar. 5 103 H Mar. 17
103H Mar. 11 104)4 Mar. 17
56

Mar. 16

56

Mar. 16

$84
94

Mar. 13
Mar. 12

85

Mar. 24

102)4
7454
9454
99)4

Mar. 3 103)1
Mar. 3 79
Mar. 26 9454
Mar. 20 100

Jan.

99

Jan.

95

Sale

7854

100)4

Sale

Sale"

Reliance Bronze At Steel—
Conv deb 6s...
..1944

Pub Serv Elec Ac Gas 4S..1971
Pub Serv of N H 4}£s B..1957

100

100

9454

Sale

Sale"

103 54

Sale

Sale
9554 Sale

10054 Sale
10354 Sale

9554 Sale
96

100 H

Sale

Sale

100

Sale

9654 Sale

103

Mar.

98

Sale

96

9954 Sale
10254 Sale
9954 Sale

98

100

Mar,

79

Mar.

100

Mar. 31

100
Jan.
103
Mar.
9454 Feb.

101

Jan.

Mar. 20

Mar. 18

Mar.

Mar.

4

76
95

Mar. 31
Mar. 5

9454 Mar. 26

98

Mar. 20

98)4 Mar. 20
100

Feb.
Feb.

Mar. 21

103)4 Mar. 26
100

95H Jan.
100

26

103)4 Jan. 24

9454 Feb.
96

100

Mar. 18

101)4 Mar. 19
104 H Mar. 19

Jan.

101)4 Jan.

Mar.

4

35

Mar.

80)4 Mar.

3

76

Mar. 25
Mar.
2

94

Mar* 31
Jan. 28
Jan.
2

6354 Jan.

35

Jan.

Mar. 12

Mar.

102

Sale

96

103)4 Mar. 14

99

35

102

17
10
31

94

6 10154 Mar. 19
5 104 )4 Mar 19

101)4 Mar.

17

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 31

Mar. 21

100

9654 Mar.

Feb.

93
85

Mar. 26

9854 Mar. 20
100

Mar.

,60

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

7454 Mar.

103)4 Mar. 26

97)4 Mar.

7

Mar. 12

101

95)4 Mar.

83

89)4 Jan.

103)4 Mar. 17
5
10454 Jan.

90
9554 Mar. 26
Mar. 14 10054 Jan.

Mar. 17
103)4 Mar. 31

10054 Mar.

29

102)4 Jan.
50)4 Jan.
93

..1954

2 10354 Jan. 31

Mar. 30
71
Jan.
3 88
Mar. 9
88)4 Jan.
6 93
9
92)4 Mar. 20 9954 Jan.
98)4 Jan. 20 10054 Feb. 24
98
Mar. 12 10254 Jan. 13
Jan. 24
90
Mar. 2 97

83

10354 Sale

...1956

5J4s series D_.
37 *000
......1949
9,000 Potrero Sugar 1st 7s
..1947
2,000 Power Corp of Can 5s A 1957
4H> series B
...1959
34,000
59,000 Power Corp of N Y 5Hi.. 1947
197,000 Procter At Gamble 4H»—1947

15,000

8354 Mar.
9154 Mar. z
92)4 Mar. 20

90

8754 Sale

101)4 Feb.

4

42

Jan.

12

Reliance Management 5s. 1954

52,000
24,000
*602,000
30,000
366,000
43,000
29,000

With warrants
191,000
44,000 Rem'ton Arms 5 H % notes *30
2,175,000 Rochester Cent Pow 5s A 1953

60

Ruhr Chemical 6s A._...1948
Ruhr Gas Co 6)4®
.
1953

72

76

...

128,000
922,000
109,000
123,000

Sale

74)4 Sale

Sale

72*" Sale

6354 Sale

74

82

77

Sale

Sale

Ryerson (Jos T) Ac Sons 5sl943

319,000 St Louis Gas Ac Coke 6s..1947
__1958
636,000 •San Ant Pub Serv 5a
10,000 San Joaquin L Ac P 6s B..1952
61,000 Sauda Falls Co 5s
..1955
1945
966,000 Saxet Co (The) 6s A

406,000
37,000
10,000

821,000

42
94

Sale

45)4 Sale

Sale

98

Sale

38

Sale

10254 Sale

Mar.

7

7754 Mar.

3

75

Mar.

5

Mar. 18
Mar. 16
Mar. 23

95

Sale

Ruhr Housing 6)4e A....1958

135,000
379,000
5,000
10,000
728,000

96

$71)4 Mar. 21

Mar. 28

96H Mar. 14

Mar. 31

Mar. 2
Mar. 28
Mar. 10
Mar. 31
Mar. 17

38

9754 Mar.
115

8054 Sale

8154 Sale

10454 Sale
8954 Sale

Sale

94)4 Sale

9554 Sale

453
4 1023

Mar. 10

10354 Mar. 27
80

Mar. 10

94
60

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Saxon Public Works—

26,000
22,000

372,000
89,000
191,000
335,000
102,000
35,000
9,000

12,000
93,000
II,000
516,000

185,000
141,000
28,000

40,000
113,000
47,000
5,000
5,000
34,000

14,000

612*666

63 H Sale

1,039,000 Shawlnigan W Ac P 4)4s..l967

Sale

6754 Sale

67

Sale

4)4® series D..........1970
1,201,000
334,000 Shawsheen Mills 7s......1931
101,000 Sheffield Steel 5 H*
..1948
1947
12,000 Sheridan Wyo Coal 6s

Sale

9554 Sale
96)4 Sale

Sale
Sale

9554 Sale
10154 Sale
101)4 Sale

9754 Sale
9754 Sale
104k Sale
97

Sale

9954 Sale

44

29,000
6,000
1,325,000

163"

Sale

10454 Sale
105

Sale

*9054 Sale

93

Sale

94

Sale

102)4 Sale

104*54* Sale"

1961

171,000
6>4s with warr
...1930
338,000 Southwestern G Ac B 5s..1957

88,000
118,000
143,000
33,000

187,000 Southwestern L Ac P 5s.. 1957
479,000 Southwest Nat Gas 6s... 1945

102

Jan.

79)4 Jan.

6
Mar. 28

Feb. 18
Mar. 31
Mar. 17

96)4 Mar.

Jan.
Jan.

90
56

Mar. 28

teb.

54)4 Jan.

68

9

7
Jan.
3
Mar. 25
Jan.

Mar. 25

85

Jan.

77)4 Mar. 18

63

Jan.'

77)4 Mar. 18

Mar. 12

9554 Mar.
96

9

Mar.

10354 Mar.
9554 Mar.
101H Mar.
Mar.

9754 Mar. 23
9254
4
97 k Mar. 27
93
4 10554 Mar. 25 10054
Mar. 23
2
9354
Mar. 2 100)4
20
4
Mar. 9 IOO54
2

97)4 Mar. 23

Jan.

97k
k

60

Mar.
Mar.
9754 Mar.
101 k Feb.
Jan.
103)4 Mar.
Jan.
Feb. 24 65
Jan.

90

Jan* 27

Jan.

105

Jan.,
Jan.

27

25
23
24
9
13

Mar. 30

Mar.

6

43)4 Mar.

4

54)4 Mar. 26

35)4 Jan.

3

54)4 Mar. 26

3

95

Mar. 17

90

3

95

Mar. 23
Mar; 28

103

Mar.

102)4 Jan.

Mar.

Mar. 23

94

Mar.

6

104)4
10354
103)4
104)4
93

10154
10254
104 54
9554

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

105
104

10554
94)4
10254
10354

9

73 H Sale

8254 Sale

85
82

Sale

Feb.

99)4 Jan.

103

}88*
105

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

6

6

73)4 Jan.

9654 Sale

7
12

Jan.

95

105

Feb.

27

Mar. 20

9554 Mar. 23

99)4 Mar.
95)4 Jan.

8254 Mar. 25
9654 Mar. 30

Jan.
3
9654 Mar. 30

61)4 Mar. 2
s95)4 Mar. 16

Sale

Jan.

Mar. 30

102)4 Feb. 26
10354 Mar. 25

9754 Jan.
95)4 Jan.

Mar. 26

9954 Mar.

Mar. 23

105

81)4 Mar. 3
s73)| Mar. 19
9654 Mar. 30

6554 Mar, 21
97)4 Mar. 20

55

9454 Mar. 10

9754 Mar. 26
7154 Mar. 2

89

Feb. 25
Mar. 17

104

10454 Mar.
90)4 Jab.
9954 Jan.
Mar. 25 102 H Jan.
Mar. 20 104)1 Mar.
105
9554 Mar. 23
95)4 Mar.

Mar.

95

2 105)4 Mar. 30

Jan.
Feb.

Mar. 30
Mar. 14
Mar. 2

1957

74,000
138,000

53
102)4
~
17 104)4
2 94)4
2

18 115

68
90

99)4 Mar.

........

145,000

Jan.
Feb.

Mar. 23

96)4 Mar. 14

Mar. 31

94
115

Mar. 21

9

Sale" 105k Sale' 10254 Mar. 2 10554 Mar. 30

104)4 Sale
104)4 Sale

..1950

Without warr
Southern G & E 5s A

5254 Sale

103** Sale"

...........

6s

38

82

92

103)4 Sale

1st Ac ref 434®
Southern Gas Co 6)4s

85)4 Mar. 16

94

582,000 Southern Calif Edison 5s 1951

5,000
34.000

83)4 Mar. 18

2

19
21

60

56,000
256,000 Snider Pack 6% notes
1932
12,000 Sou Carolina Power 5s.. 1957
2025
1,179,000 Southeast P Ac L 6s

.

2

Jan.

6654 Jan.
9254 Jan.

71

67
65
90

101

Silica Gel Corp 6)4% notes
with warrants
....1932

Refunding mtge 5s
421,000
1952
General Ac refdg 5s
97,000
1944
Ref Mtge 5s
1954
40,000
359,000 Southern Calif Gaa 5a...1937
5s
125,000
...1957
534s Series B
1952
21,000

96)4 Mar.

16

7454 Feb. 28

75

Sale

5s series C

2
3

15

Feb.

96

8854 Mar. 12

196S

4)4s series B

Sale

59

......1970

352,000
513,000

Southern Nat Gas 6s....1944
Without privilege
125,000
.
145,000 Southern Pacific Go 4)4s 1981

69,000

90

5% G notes
.......1932
77,000 Schulte Real Est Co 6s...I935
6s without warrants...l935
178,000
128,000 Scrlppa (E W) Co 5)4®
1943
80,000 Servel Inc 5s ............1948

60

83)4 Jan.

2

63

89

6

9

Mar. 26

82)4 Mar. 25
9654 Mar. 30

Southwestern Dairies—

246.000 Southwestern P Ac L 6s..2022

100,000 Staley (A E) Mfg 6s

For footnotes see page 54.




1942

55
s91

Sale
Sale

62

Sale

9054 Sale
50
101

98

Sale
Sale
Sale

9554 Sale
71

Sale

10454 Sale
9654 Sale

5854 Sale
106
96

Sale

Sale

58

Mar. 30

5 106
Mar. 18
97

10354 Mar.
"6

Mar. 12

Mar.

9

Jan.
Jan.

2
5

66

9054 Jan.

2

97)4 Mar. 26

93

50
101
96

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

14

97)4 Mar. 20

2 7254 Feb. 26
2 106
Mar. 12
20 98
Jan.
2

NEW YORK CURB

prices

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

aggregate sales,

Jan.

%
189.000

408,000
249,000
182.000

29,000
6,000
370,000
2,000

153,000
257,000
8,000
1,000
47,000
84,000
72,000
208,000
309,000
81,000
37,000
168,000
1.000

389,000

March 2.

1931.

1.

Ask

Bid.

BONDS (Concluded)

$

1,013,000 Standard Gas & Elec 6s_. 1935
Conv 6s
1935
408,000
6«
1951
808,000
6s
->..1966
538,000
1939
106,000 Standard Invest 5%a
5a without warrants
1937
30,000
Stand Power & Lt 6«—1057
Standard Telep 5%s A

Ask.

Sale

100 %

Sale

387,000
7s 1946 without warrants..
442,000
.1938
29,000 Strauss (Nathan) 6s
I,000 Strawbridge & Clothier 5s '48
60,000 Stutz Motor of Amer 7H* 1937
1939
220,000 Sun Oil 5 %•
1940
204,000 Sun Pipe Line 5s.
254,000 Super Power of 111 4%s>_1970
1940
972,000 Swift & Co 58
5s
1944
239,000
-

1956

103,000 Tenn Elec Power 5s
5s new w i
563,000
8,000 Tenn Power Co 5s
641,000 Tenn Pub Serv 5s

157.000
19,000

630,000
166,000
1,265,000
659,000
1.648,000
31,000
265,000
1,987,000

Sale

98

Sale

99

98

Sale

98% Sale

Sale

95 %

Sale

97

64

Sale

60%

Sale

82% Sale
71 % Sale

6 %a without

Jan.

19 102% Mar.

Mar.

98% Mar.
98% Mar.

Mar. 19

Jan.

4 102% Mar. 18
30 101% Mar. 19
31 101% Mar. 24
86
Mar. 18
19

99% Sale

100%

Sale
99% Sale

99 %

101%

Sale

103

73%
95 %

58

303,000
58,000

94% Jan.

2 100
9 75

Mar. 30
Mar. 6

Mar.

Mar. 10
Mar. 11
Mar.
6

86
80

Mar. 10

81
53
75

161% Sale'
102%

Sale

Sale
Sale

97% Sale

Sale
Sale

78% Sale
Sale

100%

5s series B

slOl

Mar.

Mar. 18

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

United El Serv (Unes) 7s_1956
Without warrants
161,000
With warrants
150,000
>—1941
221,000 United Indus
United Lt & Pow 6%s_
1974
192,000
Deb 6s
1975
812,000
5%s
1959
206,000
1952
1,000,000 United Lt at Rys 5%«
6s series A
1952
413,000
5s
1932
90,000

*

Corp 5s

,—1950

6,000
61,000
20,000

87,000
43,000
16,000
6,000
4,000

3,000
13,000
9,000
23,000
233,000
57,000
•

24.000
3,395,000

7,000

6%% notes series A

Serial 6 %% notes..
1937
4,000
Serial 4%% notes
1938
14,000
Serial 4%% notes
1939
II,000
Serial 6%% notes..
1940
23,000
Serial 6s
1933
446,000
94,000 Utah Power & Light 5s_.1944

Van Sweringen

69

Mar.

3

71

Sale

67

323,000
16,000
99,000
37,000
28,000

1,978,000

1935

182,000 Virginia Rlec Power 5«.—1955
363,000 Virginia Pub Ser 5%s A..1946
6s
1946
109,000

28,000

5s series B

Sale

85

Sale

76% Mar.

2

85

Mar.

Mar.

3

86

Mar.

Sale

102% Sale

91% Sale
92% Sale

70

Sale

91%

Sale'

99% Sale
94% Sale

91
80

Sale
Sale

"87% Sale'

97)4

Sale

102

166% Sale'
94

Sale

Sale
90% Sale
104% Sale
100% Sale

101%

100%

Sale
Sale

60% Sale
68% Sale

52.000
121,000
513,000
70,000

116,000
264,000
685,000
239,000
75,000
196,000

49,000
51,000

14,000

"Y.666
8,000
1,000

23,000

Conv

deb

6s

1944

West Penn Elec 5s_.

West Texas Util 5s
5s series A

A.>—1957
—

.1957

Wisconsin P & L 5s E

64
10

85

Jan.

6

86

Feb.

16 104% Jan.
2 102% Mar.

80

80% Jan.

2

Jan.
Jan.

60

Mar. 12

91
80

Mar. 16

78

97% Sale

Mar. 30

97% Jan.

Mar. 16

100% Jan.

3 101% Mar. 16

Mar. 10

Jan.
Jan.

63

Mar. 27
5
Feb.

75

Feb.

60

'

60% Mar. 31

68%

Sale

80

Feb.

80

Jan.

70

Sale

85

Jan.

13

98

Mar.

75

Jan.

28

91
84

Mar.

83%

Mar.

Mar. 13

Mar.

Mar. 20

70

Feb.

7

70

Jan.

26

Sale

83% Mar. 26
75
Mar. 13

69

Feb.

2

75

Sale

70

2

76% Mar. 25
76% Mar. 23
75
Mar. 20

70

Feb.

9

76% Mar. 25
76% Mar. 23

'83" Sale'

75

Mar.

68% Mar. 4
69% Mar. 14
69% Mar. 3
84

5 100

Jan.

80% Jan.

Mar. 27

'

79% Mar. 14
69% Mar. 2

75" Sale'
69%

91

5
17
9
5
26
27
20
26

Mar.

17

Mar. 26

98

5
Mar. 10

Mar.

85

9

Mar.

2
97% Mar. 12
2 101% Mar. 27
2
91% Mar. 10
2\ 104% Mar. 30

60% Mar. 31
68% Mar. 5
78
Mar. 24

2

96% Mar.

5
25

85

24 102

91% Jan.

Mar. 27

Mar. 27

67

Mar.

97%
101%
91%
104%
101%

Mar.

5

Jan.

9
17

91% Mar. 31
92% Mar. 12
Mar. 18

5

70
98

102

87% Mar.
100% Mar.
100% Mar.

9

Mar.

80

9

11

Jan.

Jan.

100

96% Sale

Sale

90% Sale

Mar.

85

2

95% Mar. 14

97% Sale

84

78

Mar. 30

91

Mar. 30

97% Mar.

2

68% Mar.

4
27

75

Mar. 20

69% Mar. 3
82%-Jan. 19

78
91

Mar. 30

69

94

Feb.

Jan.

16

Mar. 30

2

97% Mar.

3
95
Feb. 18
98% Mar. 25
100% Mar. 18 108% Mar. 25
77

97%

Sale
104% Sale

96% Mar. 17 98% Mar. 21
100% Mar. 18 108% Mar. 25
50

80
103

Sale

94

Sale

88%

Sale

81% Sale
103% Sale
94
Sale

78% Sale

1 Mar. 16

76

Sale

94

Mar.

90

Sale

Mar.
Mar.

Sale

90

70

Sale

s69

99

Sale

90%

s71%

Sale

103%

48

Sale

Sale

161" Sale

Sale

"86" Sale"
86%

Sale
Sale
87% Sale

60%
90%

55

Sale

89% Sale

Sale

101% Sale

1956

101%

Mar. 26

99

90%
87%
87%
102%
101%
101%

71%
4 102%
100%
2 104%
5 101%

Mar. 11

103% Mar.
97% Mar.
55

81% Mar.
lviar.
2 103% Mar. ^
2
96% Mar. 25
Mar. 27
4 92
20 90% Mar. 25

Mar. 19

99% Mar.

96}£

60

Mar. 13

103% Mar.
96

%«__1937

5s series F
.1958
14,000
1,000 Wisconsin Pub Serv 5s>_1942
6s Series A
1952
4,000
5^8 Series B
—1958
28,000
1937
1,000 York Ice Machinery 6s
23,000 Youngstown S &T 5s B..1970

Mar.

73

9
6

74% Feb. 24

2030

new.

Westvaco Chlorine 5

s80% Mar.
99% Mar.
93% Mar.
97

66% Feb.
45

Mar. 18

85

75% Mar. 26

Waldorf Astoria Corp—
1st 7s with warrants
1954
235,000
1937
122,000 Ward Baking Co 6s
Warren Bros Co 6s
1941
777,000
1960
303,000 Wash Water Power 5s
1933
261,000 Webster Mills 6%a
Western Newspaper Union—

Mar.

90

Feb.

102% Mar. 25
107% Mar. 14
79% Mar. 21

Feb.

91% Mar. 31
92% Mar. 12

89% Mar.

Mar. 12

80

98% Jan.
106

Mar. 19

100% Mar. 19

Jan.

Jan.
104% Mar. 26 102
102% Mar. 25 100% Jan.

103% Mar.
101% Mar.

87
71

Jan.

56

2 102% Mar. 25
4 107% Mar. 14
Mar. 30
79% Mar. 21
62% Mar. 2
Mar. 31

Sale

102

2

Mar. 16

98% Mar. 19

6

Jan.

95% Jan.

100% Mar.
106% Mar.
45

..1950

89,000
25,000
777,000
61,000
137,000

Mar.

Sale

90% Sale

100 %

73
65

2 100% Mar. 19
79

5 103

94% Jan.

Mar. 19
Mar. 12

48

Corp—

6s with warrants

29 102% Mar. 11
3
14 101% Mar.

69% Sale
99% Sale

1948

6s

Jan.

87

84

1940
3,000 Valspar Corp 6s..
: _1W
38,000 Valvoline Oil 7s
3,395.000 Vanadium Corp (Amer) 5sl941
Van Camp Packing—

20,000

Jan.

99

Sale

1942

1938
37,000 U S Radiator 5s ser A
9,000 United Rys of Havana 7^1 '36
69,000 U S Rubber 6%% notes„193l
Serial 4%% notes
1932
99,000
Serial 6%% notes.
1933
55,000
Serial 6%% notes-.
1934
19,000
Serial 4%% notes.
1935
21,000
Serial 4%% notes.....1936
7.000

-

99

62

1937

97,000 United Pub Serv 6s

98% Jan.

98% Mar. 19

United Porto Rican Sugar

6,000

Mar. 16

5 103

99% Jan.
102% Jan.

2

102% Sale

12

93% Mar. 19
102% Mar. 18
103% Jan. 10

4

2 102% Mar. 11
3 101% Mar, 3

Mar. 31

Jan.

100

3

4

1967

54,000
96,000
101,000
86,000
310,000
107,000
415,000
172,000
27.000

Union Gulf

102% Mar. 17

Mar. 17
Mar. 19

Union Electric Lt & Pow (Mo)

103,000
1,106,000

Mar. 21

Mar.

Union Amer Invest 5s A. 1948

7,000
331,000

Mar. 11

82

101% Mar.
99% Mar.
89% Mar.

97% Mar.

6

Mar.

98

Mar. 21

Mar.
Mar.

sl01%Mar.
101% Mar.

Mar. 11

68

77

.1944

64
60

96% Mar.

67

85% Mar. 30

Mar. 11

Mar.

75

54)4 Sale

73% Mar.

80

Sale

80

6

103

100" Sale'

Sale

Sale

Mar.

71% Mar.

2022

Ulen & Co 6s

Mar. 30

Sale

Thermoid Co 6s with warrl934

1979

6

96% Mar.
73% Mar.

Sale

98% Sale

99

6s

75% Jan.

101% Mar.

1945

Iri Utilities Deb 5s

Jan.

Mar. 30

75

Sale

Jan.

Mar. 24
Marr 18

83% Sale

Sale

101%

99% Sale
Sale

102 %

Texas Power & Lt 5s...—1956

Texas Gas Utilities 6s

2 102%
4 102%
2 101%
2 101%
86
84
Mar. 17
84% Mar. 3 85%

98

1948

1960

20

Mar. 20
Mar. 18

100% Sale
101% Sale

75

1970

warrants-1953

Sale Prices.

100% Mar.
101% Mar.

53

1956

Texas Elec Service 5s.

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Sale

.1962

Texas Cities Gas 5s

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Sale

Terni Hydro-Electric Co—

281,000
31.000
737,000
124,000
522.000
14,000
166,000
601.000

Highest.
Sale Prices.

101%

1943

Stinnea (Hugo) Corp
7« Oct 1 '36 without warr—

1.

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

since jan.

102

99%

—

798,000
2,000

range

march.

in

Price about
Jan. 2

Since

In

March.

55

EXCHANGE

Mar. 31

61

Mar. 2 93
91%
Mar.
89%
Mar.
Mar. 16 102%
Mar. 2 103
Mar. 26 102%

87

87

Sale

101

13

78

Jan.

45

Jan.

8

60

Feb.

9

Jan.

6
28

74%
102%
92%
88%
90

85
Feb.
104
Jan.
96%
Feb. 24
Jan. 15 92
Mar. 20
90%

Mar. 2
Mar. 27

68% Feb.
99% Jap.

Mar. 21
Mar. 18
Mar. 27

99

Jan.

Mar. 25
Mar. 27
Mar. 25

Feb. 25
6 74
6 102% Mar. 27
21
14 104% Mar. 18
2 101% Mar. 27

Mar. 11 100% Mar.

102% Jan.
96% Jan.

Jan.

16
5

Mar.

6

48

Jan.

Mar.

5

85

Feb.

93

Mar.

Mar. 21
Mar. 6
Mar. 20
Mar. 19

86

Jan.

91%

Mar. 21

89%

Mar.

Mar. 30

104% Mar. 4
104% Mar. 18
87
Mar. 2
Mar.
2
Mar. 30 101% Mar. 24

104% Mar.
104% Mar.

Sale

Feb.

86% Jan.

6
25

101

Jan.

103

Feb.

101

Jan.

103

Mar. 19

101%
100%
104%
101%

Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

102% Mar. 30
100% Jan. 19

87
101

105

104%

Mar.
Mar.

87

16

Jan.

Mar. 18
Mar.

2

101% Mar. 24

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPAL

27,000
44,000
72,000
182,000
38,000
440,000

Agricul Mtge Bk Rep of Col—
20-year 7s
Jan 15 1946
172,000
20-year 7s
Jan 15 1947
181,000

70
63

Sale
Sale

90

242,000

1952

7s

1,743,000 Canada 30-year 4s_.Oct 11960

82%
92%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

88% Sale

1951
122,000 Baden (Germany) 7s
326,000 Buenos Aires (Prov) 7 H 8-1947

94

Sale

Sale

86

Sale

77

85
93 %

80?

72% Mar.
72% Mar.

78

Mar.

90

85

Mar.

s93% Mar.

Sale

Cauca Valley (Dept of) Rep of

66,000

153,000

Colombia exti

•

f 7»_.

56% Mar.

>1*48

Cent Bk of German State A

194,000
32,000
67,000
29,000
84,000
181,000
220,000
32,000
97,000

43,000
37,000
38,000
*19,000

73,000
16,000
9,000
181,000
40,000
35,000

1951

Prov Banks 6s

514,000
6s
1952
103,000
194,000 Danish Cons Munic 5%s_1955
5s
1953
56,000
Danxlg P 8c Wat*way Bo
external s f 4%»
,.1952
121,000
474,000 German Cons Munic 7a._ 1947
1947

6s

717,000
1939
63.000 Hanover (City) Ger 7s
1949
145,000 Hanover (Prov) 6%s
Indus Mtge Bk of Finland
1st mtge coll s f 7s
1944
125,000
44,000 Lima (City), Peru, 6%a..l958
—1958
76,000 Maranhao (State) 7s
56.000 Medellin (Colombia) 7s—1951
Mendoza (Prov) Argentina

188,000
64,000
76.000
347.000
134,000
72,000

Mtge Bk of Bogota 7s

—1931
Mtge Bank of Denmark 5sl972
Netherlands 6s—.......1972




54.

75

Sale
Sale

69

Mar.
Mar.

Sale'

67% Sale

88

78% Sale
91
Sale

94% Sale
36% Sale
53% Sale
71% Sale
62% Sale

72% Sale

95% Sale

98% Sale

99

98

Sale

Sale

101% Sale

Mar. 10

90

Mar. 31

14

88% Jan.

4

97% Mar. 14
90% Mar . 23
94% Mar. 24

Mar. 24

47% Jan.

6

69

Mar. 7
Mar. 7
Mar. 4
Mar. 10

65

2

80

Mar. 17

84

Mar.

2

90

Mar.

2

90

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

4

81% Mar. 10
95% Mar. 14
84% Mar. 19

94

Mar.

35

Mar.

9
9

6
3

78

5

Jan.

15

75

44% Mar.
70% Mar.

9

12

78
85

28

73% Mar.

4

Feb.

62% Jan.
Jan.

81

77

73% Sale
84% Sale
75
Sale

—

Mtge Bank of Chile 6s>

footnoted see pane

Sale

98% Sale

1951
1947

7%s
New

78%

99% Sale

3

80%
80%
100% Mar. 3 101%
97
Mar. 23 99%
78
77

68

79% Jan.
92% Jan.

97% Mar. 14
90% Mar. 23
94% Mar. 24

88% Mar;
82

Mar. 10
Mar. 10
Mar. 31

9

Jan.

Mar. 24

80% Mar. 7
80% Mar. 7
161%-Feb. 21
99% Mar. 10

67% Jan.
99% Jan.
96% Jan,

80

69% Jan.
76% Jan.
67% Jan.

90

Mar. 17
Mar.
9

77

Jan.

7

81% Mar. 10
95% Mar. 14
84% Mar. 19

Mar. 10

93

Jan.

7

95

40% Mar. 26
59% Mar. 20
79
Mar. 13

35

Mar.

9

43

Jan.

3

49% Jan. 13
59% Mar .20

62% Jan.

7

95

62% Mar. 2 78
70% Mar. 4 80 <
71% Mar. 10 76%
98
Mar.
6 99%
100
Mar. 27 101%
103%

Mar. 21
Mar. 19

Mar. 7
Mar. 26
Mar. 17
Mar. 6

853^

Jan.

10

Mar

13

79

Mar

56% Jan.

78

Mar. 21

55

80

Jan.

.

Mar. 19

7

56% Jan.

Mar.

95% Jan.
98
Jan.

Mar. 26

76%
99%
101%
103% Mar. 19 105%

Mar. 17

Jan.

30

56

NEW YOEK CUEB EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES
In

March.

PRICES

NEW TORE
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Jan. 1.

2
1931.

FOREIGN GOVT. AND
MUNICIPAL
(Concluded)

5,000
109,000
167,000
13,000
117,000
13.000
10,000
31.000
3,000

30,000
59.000
69,000
*

Bid.

Ask.

....1952
19,000 Newfoundland 5s
446,000 Parana (Stateof), Bras 7s_'58
387,000 Rio de Janeiro 6%s
1959
65,000 Russian Govt 6Hi
1919
6 %• certificates
725,000
1919
233,000
5«s
1921
107,000
5H* certificates
1921

March 2.
Bid.
si 00

46 %

n

Sold under the rule,

o

RANGE

Sale
Sale

SINCE

JAN.

1.

Sale

Sale

s

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Mar.

2 101 % Mar.

Mar.

4

54% Mar. 20

50%
2%
2%
2%
2%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5

68

24
14
26
24

9

Mar. 19

2% Mar.
3
3

3
Mar. 9
Mar. 14

2% Mar.

5

98% Mar. 11 100% Mar. 25
Mar. 14
102% Mar. 1Q 103

72% Mar.

Option sales,

x

5

85% Mar. 20

Mar.

3

86

78% Mar.

83 % Sale

78% Sale

Sold for cash,

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices

41

Sale

102% Sale
76

Sale

slOO

Sale

100

76

Ask.

Sale

5l

99 %

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Saar Basin Con Counties
7s
1935

87,000
33.000 Saarbruecken (City) 7s..1935
Santa Fe (City) Argentina
52,000
Republic extl 7s.......1945
131,000 Santiago (Chile) 7s
1949
1961
93,000 Santiago (City of) 7s

No par value,

IN MARCH.

Price
Jan.

5

86

80

Ex-dividends,

y

Mar. 23
Mar. 24

99%
33%
39%
2%
1%
2%
1%

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan,
jFeb.

92

Jan.

Feb.

99% Jan.

7 101% Mar. 9
54% Mar. 20

20
5
14
16
2
2

68

3

Mar. 19
Jan. 13
Feb. 10
Mar. 14

3

Feb.

19

6 100% Feb.
2 103
Feb.

27

3
3

71% Jan.
8
78% Feb. 26

86

75

86

Feb.

19

9

85% Mar. 20
Mar. 23
Mar. 24

Ex-rights.

"Under the rule" sales were made as follows in 1931: Jan. 16, National
Baking, com., 100 at 5; Feb. 8, General Rayon, dev. 6s, 1948, $3,000 at $55
Feb. 25, Phoenix Securities Corp., pref., 200 at 25%; March 9, Consol. Automatic Merchandising, com., v. t. c., 100 at
5-16; March 16, Iron Cap Copper,
100 at 1%; March 18, New England Gas & Elec., deb. 5s, 1950, $64,000 at 93@93%; March 18, Pacific Gas & Elec. 1st

4%s, 1957, $4,000 at 100; March
20, Northern States Power, 7% pref., 50 at 110%; March 23, Illinois Power & Light. 6% pref., 18 at 97%; Mar. 25, Shawinigan Water &
Power 1st 4%s,
1968, $1,000 at 98.
4

"Option" sales were made as follows in 1931:
Jan. 2, Associated Gas & Electric deb. 4%s, 1949, $3,000 at 63; Jan. 2, Associated
Telephone Utilities
deb. 5%s, 1944, $5,000 at 80; Jan. 2, Middle West Utilities 5% notes, 1935, $1,000 at 92; Jan. 2, National Public Service
deb. 5s, 1978, $3,000
66; Jan. 2, Southern Natural Gas 6s, 1944, with privilege, $5,000 at 72%; Jan. 2, Southwestern Gas & Electric 1st mtge.
5s, 1957, $5,000 at 91; Jan. 2,
Tri-Utilities Corp. 5s, 1979, $2,000 at 54; Jan. 2, Union Gulf Corp. 5s, 1950,
$1,000 at 100%; Jan. 6, Union American Investing 5s, 1948, with warrants,
$1,000 at 79; Jan. 9, Iowa Power & Light 1st 4%s, 1958, $2,000 at 94%; Jan. 9, Southern California Edison 7% pref. A, 200 at
29; Jan. 13, Stutz Motor
Car 7%s, 1937, $1,000 at 58; Jan. 15, Virginia Public Service Co. 6s, 1946,
$2,000 at 88; Jan. 20, Interstate Power 1st 5s, 1957, $3,000 at 76%; Jan. 24
Washington Water Power 1st & ref. 5s, I960. $1,000 at 102%; Jan. 28, Guardian Investors 5s, 1948, with warrants, $1,000 at
40%; Feb. 2, Columbia
Gas & Electric deb. 5s, 1961, $5,000 at 96%; Feb. 3, Indianapolis Power &
Light 1st 5s, 1957, $2,000 at 99%; Feb. 4, Industrial Mortgage Bank of
conv.

at

10 at ""

pref., 200 at 5%; Feb. 20, Consolidated Gas Utilities




~

~

6%s, $1,000 at 70; Feb. 24, Associated Gas & Electric deb. 5%s,1977, $2,000 at 90]

RANGE OF PRICES ON SECURITIES MARKET ON THE NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

;

March

1931.

"

Shares

Jan. 2 to March 31----

AGGREGATE SALES.

1930.

1,301,161

PRICES

Jan. 1.

6,000
5,000

hares.

BONDS

March 2.

1931.
Par.

Bid.

1999

Assoc Gas & Elec 6s

30

Ask.

Bid.
41

Ask.

45

89

35

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Sale

RANGE

6s

1953

STOCKS

"913* "95"
104

99

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

463* Mar. 10
823* Mar. 17

Cities Serv Pow & Lt 53*8 1949

Cuban Amer Sug 8s w 1--1936
Illinois Pow & Lt 5s
1956

Shares.

500

89

Mar.

2

953*
963* "93"" "96""
1033* 105
1033* 105

.10

6c

10c

50

000

823* Mar. 17

463* Mar. 10
823* Mar. 17

825* Mar. 17

89

89

Mar.

2

14

15

3X
X

Warrants.

Sale

X

100 1

16X

_

40,500
3,000

60,000
13,900
100
25

"""166
100

8X
173*
39

5c

10c

9c

Mar.

14X

16X

4

143* Mar. 25

*

warr

ndes Petroleum

$5

.15

X
Allot ctfs units.

80

.20

IX

IX

85

IX
90

9c

Mar.

4

143* Mar. 28

30

.50

7X
.500 llr

9
73
IX Sale

68 X

300

.30

6,800

X
6

310

100

3,500

100

200

45X
3

5,600

200 Detachable Bit of Amer

200

6,600 Diversified Trustee Shs C
1,200 Durant Motors rights.
20,000 Eagle Bird Mine capital

10,200 Flag Oil of Del capital
5,200 Fuel Oil Motors Corp
2,600 General Min Mill & Pow.
600 Glen Falls Insurance..
100 Globe Insurance Co

1,100 Group No. Two Oil
10 Guaranty Trust of N Y
3,800 Hamilton Gas..
Vot trust certificates
56,000

500

4,500 Helena Ruben stein pref
300 Home Fire Security

10C

100 Home Insurance
.

1,10c
—

tm

m «*

70,36c

.50

17X

3

163*
5X

18X

Sale

3X
20
6

.19

.21

24c

23

24

3

Mar. 13

39

28

Mar.

3

63*
83*
23*
33
183
63*

Sale
""
4

Sale

20

Sale

27c

33c

15

11
2

10

49

15

1

27
3

3.00

53

57

*

*
10
10

553*

3

Sale

3X Sale
12

5X
31X

1334
634
32 X

25c

35c

1

1

1

*

43*
6
53* Sale

173* Sale
7%
8X
36
25c
2

37

Feb.

5

3* Mar. 31
8

Feb.

173* Mar.

27

3

39

Mar. 13

21

28

Mar.

3

13

2434 Feb. 20
44c. Mar.

25

IX

IX Mar. 30

134 Mar. 18

13* Mar. 30
893* Jan. 10
953* Feb. 15

234 Feb.

10

....

IX
90

2

2

50

3% Sale
39X Sale

3X Mar. 26
39X Mar. 31

80c Sale

123*
683*
IX
5X

2X
40c

Mar. 20

133*
73X
2X
6X
4X

75c Mar. 27

723* Mar.
2

9

50

Mar. 20

43* Mar. 24
393* Mar. 31

50

Mar.

34

5

.50 Jan.
13
Feb.

4

73

63* Mar. 11
3

Mar. 18

13* Mar. 30
4

5

3X

5X

2'X

33*

1

i*

X0 v>
89c Sale
Sale

223*

Mar.

7

13* Mar. 30
53* Mar. 30

7X
3X
17X
63*

24c

3

8

10
Sale

Sa*le
1-16
Sale

2

Jan.

8

Jan.

28

49

Mar.

3

49

334 Mar.
33* Mar.

23* Mar. 14
13* Mar. 2
134 Mar. 7

23* Mar.
13* Mar.
134 Mar.

3* Mar. 13

3* Mar. 13

634 Mar.
63* Mar.

73* Mar. 30

8

73* Mar. 26
33* Mar. 25

Mar. 12

Mar. 28

Jan.

6

]

102

10

50

Feb.
Feb.

Jan.

7

1

Feb.

3

Feb.-

134 Mar.
13* Mar.

M

Feb.
Feb.

!

Mar. 31
Mar. 26

Mar.

2.00 Mar. 16

3
2

7

89c

Mar. 31
1-32 Mar. 27

013* Mar. 25
43* Jan.
6
22

Jan.

8

333* Jan. 13
634 Mar.
9
63* Feb. 24
8

Mar.

Mar. 28

734 Mar. 26

Mar. 27

1-16

Mar.

183* Mar. 18
63* Mar. 14
3* Mar. 27

Mar. 31

1.50 Mar.

2.35 Mar. 31

4

Feb.

.20 Feb.

5

16

3* Mar. 13

9-32 Mar.:
10134 Mar.;
43* Jan.
2134 Jan.
293* Jan.
634 Mar.
534 Jan.
73* Mar.
3

10

53* Feb. 24
33* Mar. 9
153* Jan. 27

Mar. 14

Mar. 30
1.50 Mar. 16

Sale

28

134 Mar. 30
7

Mar.

29c

1.25

Jan.

33* Mar.
183* Mar.
534 Jan.

Mar. 18

1-16

15
1.00

6
Mar. 18

40c

134 Ma..

3

33* Mar. \9
183* Mar. 18
63* Mar. 31

9

14

Feb.

134 Mar. 30.

Jan.
1~ Feb.
Feb.
1
Feb.

89 Mar. 31
89c Mar. 31
9-32 Mar. 31 11-32 Mar. 27

Mar. 31

7
3

2

10134 Mar. 30 1013* Mar .25

6

Mar.

334 Feb.

4734 Jan. 1
23* Feb.
33* Mar.

Mar.

33* Mar. 12
33* Mar. 9

1.48 Feb. 24
Feb.
4

4
95

233*

Sale

6

3

27

40c

IX

6

13

713* Jan.
9
134 Feb. 14
63* Mar. 11

23* Mar. 17

6

2

13

10

Feb.

Mar. 20

43* Mar. 24
4034 Feb.
6
2
Jan. 23

9

Mar.

49c

99
47X

Jan.
Feb.

2

50

1.32 Mar.

5

1

96X
453*

Feb.
6
Mar. 20

33* Mar. 26

893* Jan. 10
953* Feb. 16

73

63* Mar. 11
2X Mar. 5

5

33*
•ie Sale

37

134 Mar. 12
63* Mar. 2

15
Mar.
2.50 Mar.

25

3

L403* Jan. 10
283* Jan. 17
134 Mar. 12
7
Feb. 28
.64 Feb.
3
48
Jan. 12
15
Mar.
2

2
4

23* Feb. 25

53*

5

5X

15X Sale
63*
73*
333*
343*
25c

53* Mar. 24
5

Mar. 28

153* Mar. 31
8

Mar.

'

1

33*

94c Sale

Mar. 20

8

Mar.

2
4

23*

23* Mar. 21

1.30

1.00 Mar. 26

18

15

20

15

24

183*

22

193*

22

7

19

Mar

7

8

634 Jan.
363* Jan.

Mar.

363* Jan.

Feb.

3

2

Jan.

14

1.12

50c

19?

Mar. 20

183* Feb. 25

1.00 Mar. 26

12
3

35c

Feb.

4

24
3

23* Mar. 21
1.25 Mar. 21.
534 Jan. 13

Mar.~7

334 Jan.

3

Jan.

10

1.20 Feb.

20

173* Feb.

Mar. 23

20

173*

Jan.

53* Jan.
334 Jan.
80c Mar.

14

6
12

23* Mar. 21
1.25 Mar. 21

2

95c Sale

13

13

Jan.

53* Feb. 27

32c

IX

IX

6

173* Mar.

35c

1.00

23*

53* Mar. 10

Jan.

54

39

43*

35c

2.00

■

20

7

173

52

.50

10
100 Independent Brew Pittsb._50

9

11
11

Mar. 13
Jan. 27

100

_*

6

Feb.

20

53
Sale

2.50

134 Feb.

33* Feb.
334 Feb.

31

X

10

13

Feb.

X

Sale

6

13

Jan.

52

27
11

Feb.

Feb.
.15Jan.

1

9

173* Mar.

39

38

OX

1

1




173* Mar.

6

12
6

Jan.

*

10

Feb.

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.

11c

1-64

1,100 Imperial Eagle Mining
200 Independence Indemnity

400 Interstate Natural Gas

7

21

2.35

X

200

28

44c Mar. 25

634 Mar.

*

No par value.

6c

IX

33

500 Hutto Engineering Inc

300 Internat'l Trust Co

Jan.

3

1013* Sale

1

155.700 Internat'l Rustless Iron

hH

X

1,000 Howey Gold Mines Ltd

loc

3

Mar. 13
Mar.
3

23-

1

100 Guard Detroit Unit Group_20

43,800

50 X
4
5

23*
5
IX Sale
X
IX

5X

100 Elec Bond & Share frac scrip
120 Fidelity & Deposit (Md)___50
100 Fireman's Insur of Newark.10

""800

49X
3X
3X
1

*

100 Diversified Trust Shares A__

700

953* Jan.

5
2

14c Mar.

5

100

"""lOO

Mar.
Mar.

22c Sale

9-32

50,800 Detroit & Canada Tunnel._*

10,200
1,600

103 X

3

1

19,500

3,100
1,200
20,000

IX
6

*

11,400 Corporate Trust Shares
200 Cumulative Trust Shares

200

101

warr

400 Contin Bank & Tr of N Y..10
600 Continental Casualty
10
100 Corp Secur Co (Chic) units._

"""lOO

17X Mar.
39
28

55c

23*

X

300 Consolidated Ind & Ins Co
•
"

X
43*

3

1

100

3,100 Commercial Credit cond
57,500 Como Mines
46,100
$5 pref when issued
5,100

35c

5

300

1,400
55,500
46,100
5,100

2X

1.20
14

73 X
3

2

90

100

Sale

3X »

400

100

Sale

44 ^
23/

100

"""lOO

.8

853*

2,380
10

1.10
13
72 X

.50

300

1,800

47

7 103

.05Feb.

473*
13*
93*
33*
334
33*
X

1

2X

1,000

63* Mar. 7
3* Mar. 21

2X

.40

300

200

39 X

33

IX

100

"""200

18 X
50

IX

1,375

100

17

55

56,700

200

Mar. 30
Mar. 31

96

100

600

Sale
Sale

Sale"

1,400

5,600

28

Jan.

8

28
28 X
14c Sale

94

7,500

'""266

5X
X

42

28
Preferred with

1,700

♦

18M

17
35

200

1,400
1,100

••

Sale
X

1534

100

300
200

6X
X

30

100

100

200

2

953* Jan.

200

'""loo

Mar.

103

-

53

200

34,900 i
4,500

Sale Prices.

89

100

2,500

1.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

1
.07 Sale

490

4",000

JAN.

Par.

9,500 /

"'"266

SINCE

Lowest.

Sale Prices.
47
Mar.
5

100 /

__

""

IN MARCH.

Ja n. 2

$
3,000
6,000
5,000
$10,000
1,000

looo

1930.

$245,000
733,000

Price about

Since

March.

1931.

$214,000
427,000

Jan. 2 to March 31.

NEW YORK PRODUCE

EXCHANGE
In

Bond Sales.

March.

1,119,990
5,290,626

669,591

14

18

Feb.

14

18

29

193* Feb.

2

Jan.

NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE

58

PRICES

NEW YORK PRODUCE

AGGREGATE SALES

*,

Shares.
100

10.200

1,200
3,900

6

*

100 Invest Trust Associates
500 Iron rite Ironer..

Jenkins Television

500 Kane Stores of N £ "A"
600 Kelvinator of Canada.

1

1 A
9%

Lautaro Nitrate

100

200

28,000

28,000

5

300 Lessings Inc
400 Leaders of Industry A.

800

$6 Preferred

'.11*

300 Magnavox Co Ltd

*

2,200 Majestic Household Util.

:i2o

730 Manhattan Co

1,300

200

Manufacturers Trust Co. ..25

600 Maxweld Corp
200 Metal Textile Corp..

.....

100

100 Merch & Mfrs Fire Insur.

2,000

500

100

5
*

2,200
900

1,900 North
14,700 North

3,700

warr

Amer Finance A
Amer Trust Shares..

North Butte Mining

.92.50

100 Nor & Sou Amer B

1,500

*

1,000
1,500
15,100

5

Petroleum Conversion...

1,000 Phoenix Oil
3,500 Photocolor Corp

5,200
200

6%

Sale

A
V
23% Sale
5%
5V
2.00
2.25

1A

A

1

,

5

200 Roovers Bros Inc 7% pref
200 Roxy Theatres Corp.....

500

400

600

v
21A
50

3M

J
52

91%
Sale
Sale

3

8

A

3A

t

48

5

10 %

8A

9A

~6% "T%
23 A
6A

Sale
Sale

2.55
3.15
A Sale

8%

2.00

A

6
3.00
1

%
4%

4

.30

.10

1%

2%

A

1,000
2,400

1

4

7

7

8

7A

1%

1%

3

100

16 A

%
17

32%
4

Sale

33%
5

2

3%

16%

'"400
1,200
100

.*
1,000 Swedish Ball Bearing..100 kr
.1
100 Sylvanite Gold Mines Ltd
....

.*
*

1 pd

2,000 Trustee Standard Oil Shs A__
B
1,100

50c

65c

75c

35c

50c

.10
1.12
2

..

"i',666
16*506
No par

100 Unit Air & Trans pfd x-war 50
600 U S Elec Lt & Pow tr ctf A..*
B...
..*
2,200

1,200 Utilities Hydro & Rails w w_*
Warrants
1,300
100 Venezuelan Holding Corp..*
.....

*

500 Vipond Consol Mines
1
100 Warner Aircraft Corp......*
2,000 Williams Alloy Products....*
200 Wing Aeronautical Corp...10
...1
53,500 Zenda Gold Mining

value.




2

12

7

Mar. 11

20

2

2% Mar. 13

Mar.

2

% Mar. 19
20

Mar. 11

Jan.

20*

sK

9

2

20

Mar.

Jan.

110

Jan.

58

23% Mar.

2

Mar. 30
2.50 Mar. 4
6

A Mar.

A Mar.

2

Feb.

*8

1.75 Jan.
Mar.
24

2

1

Feb.

20

1

.26 Mar, 10

.32 Mar. 11

.26 Mar. 10

.60 Mar. 20
5
Mar. 27

.63 Mar. 21
7
Mar. 6

.60 Mar. 20
5
Mar. 27

% Mar. 23

1% Mar. 12

5
Jan. 13
% Mar. 23

25c

*41

1.24
Sale
.55

Sale

16% Mar. 13

18% Mar. 10
32% Mar. 5

32

32

Mar. 16

1

Mar. 27

Mar. 27,
Mar. 1

16% Mar. 17
10

4%

it*

14

Mar. 25

Mar. 12
3% Mar. 16
11% Mar. 26

Mar. 16
Mar. 17

19;%

5

%/
78

7
1.00

„2%

2%

1.20

.50

.75

0% Sale

1%
2%
% Sale
1%
4
6%
6
6%
7

6A

6%

% Sal*
*3?

1

7
55

3

Mar.

1.05Mar. 23

1% Mar.

9

1.12 Mar. 12

85c

Jan.

3% Mar. 25

,

17
20

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

24
6
31

3

2% Mar. 12

Mar. 31

3

7% Mar. 18
7% Mar. 16

•6%

52

6%

46%
1.00

1.25

2

1.00 Mar. 30

1% Jan.

8

Jan.

13

Feb.

18
19
19

2

1.00 Mar. 30

.25 Mar. 18

3% Mar. 25
.50 Mar. 12

Mar. 30

6

6%

Mar. 16

5

6

34
8%
4A

31%
7%

A

50

.30

.50

.48

.60

.80

1.00

1.00

Mar. 17
Mar. 12

50
1

Mar. 17
Mar. 12

32% Mar. 28
5% Mar. 11
3% Mar. 16

33% Mar. 19
8% Mar. 25
3% Mar. 16

A

32%
8%
4%
A

.65

.85

.82 Mar. 17

.82 Mar. 17

1.00

1.20

6%

9%

3%

Mar. 17
Feb. 25

1.00 Mar. 30
5
1% Mar.

3"

Mar. 18
Feb.

20

Mar. 30

6% Feb.

9

6% Feb. 21

6%
50

46

Mar. 17

6% Mar. 16

5A

6% Jan.
6% Jan.

Mar. 17

1

48% Mar.

1

32%
8%
3%
A

Sale

Mar. 17

47% Mar.
1% Mar.

""".25 "".37

40

58

48

7% Mar. 2
7% Mar. 16

6

1% Feb.
48c

92
7

7A
Sale
A Sale

32

6A
4A

27
% Mar. 5
8% Jan. 28

25c

7%
Sale

Mar. 17
Mar. 12
Feb. 20
Jan.
3

6

.60

1

26

Mar. 27

4

120

48% Sale

25

Feb.

1

16%
,10
A
"%

% Mar.
"

1

.60

11
Mar. 16
4% Jan.
9

.25 Mar.

5

~25Mar.~~6
Sale

.45

A Mar.

12/a

.10

4%

12

7%
7 A Sale
7%
7%
48 A

13% Feb.

19% Jan.

.....

46
.45

13

6

105

Vi

Feb.

1

13

.50

5

16

4

__

4%
21%

Jan.

6% Jan.

2% Mar. 20

2

1.00 Mar.

2

7% Mar. 13

11% Mar.

3

1.00 Mar.

42
1

Feb.

10

Mar. 12

35% Feb. 10
30
Feb. 18
5% Mar. 11
3% Mar. 16
% Feb. 24
75c
Feb .16

5%

13c" "17c"

6

10

"'20 Sale"

.15 Sale

.13 Mar. 30

.23 Mar. 27

14

Mar. 18
Jan.

23-

2

Feb. 24
Feb. 20

.32 Mar. 11
.63 Mar. 21
7% Jan. 29
7% Feb.
5
26c
Jan. 14

2% Jan. 29
Jan.

5

7% Feb.

9

2

2% Mar. 20
18% Mar. 10
34% Jan. 22
4% Feb. 17
4

Feb. 25

1% Jan. 23
18% Jan. 17
13
Feb.
7
4% Feb.
6
14

Feb.

11

20

Jan.

27

% Mar.
10% Feb.

4
2

Jan. 13
1.33 Feb. 25

50c

3 % Mar. 25
Jan. 28

51c

6
Feb.
6
7% Feb. 24

3% Jan.

19

14
18
7% Feb. 25
7% Mar. 16
1
Mar. 17
48% Mar.
2
1.00 Mar. 30
2% Feb. 18
% Jan. 26
3Feb. 20
6% Feb. 21
7% Jan. 12
98
7

Jan.
Feb.

6% Feb. 21
Feb. 18
1
Mar. 12
35% Feb. 10
33% Mar. 19
8% Mar. 25
4% Jan.
8
% Feb. 25
52

75c

Mar. 17

.82

Mar.
2
2% Feb. 26

Feb.

16

Mar. 17

1.00

.82

1.00
4

Feb.

10

7

3

Feb. 24
Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

5

Mar. 11

23% M!ar. 2
6% Feb. 26
3.25 Feb. 25

23% Jan.
5% Jan.

2

2

9% Mar. 20
6% Mar. 26

3-16 Jan.

23% Mar. 2
6% Mar. 2
2.65 Mar. 26

Mar.

A Mar. 19

Jan.

6 A Jan.
6A Mar.

9% Mar. 20
6% Mar. 26
7% Mar. 18

8% Mar. 1'
'.2
6% Mar
7% Mar. 18

,«

*

100 Union Financial A

500
500

Mar.

18%

45

1,900 Twin City Transit Scrip.

500 Ventures Limited

Mar.

3

3% Mar. 13

L

10M ..."
5c

1% Sale

B

Sale

16

*
6,200 Splitdorf Bethlehem Elee
240 Springfield Fire & Mar Ins.25
100 Stand Oil Trust Shares A.r..
3,000 Super Corp of Amer A

100

Mar. 20

1% Mar.

30%
3u

15%

*

100 Twentieth Century Tr Shs_.
200

Mar. 20

12

28

2

1A Sale

3A

100 Trinidad Electric Co

i",300

10

12

Feb.

27

7%

Shortwave & Tele vision.... 1

1,900 Sylvestre Util A
13,400 Trent Process

12% Mar. 25

Mar.*2

7 A Feb.

100 Swallow Airplane—

100

10

A

A

warr...

Siscoe Gold Mines Ltd_„_._.l

7

Jan.

4

6% Mar. 10
52

.20

1A
4%

Sale

7
8
26

2

.15

.

400

5% Mar.

2A

4X4

7
4

Mar. 11

6

Feb* 21

.46 Mar. 25
19% Feb. 18
51
Jan.
6
1% Jan. 29
6% Mar. 10
62% Feb. 20
54% Feb. 24
5% Jan.
2
4% Jan.
9
12% Mar. 25

"

Tg T*
23%
5%

Mar.

4

9

31
26
7
18
24
23
26
26
26

47% Feb. 13
1% Jan. 29

94%

_

A Feb.

1% Jan.
1% Jan,
11% Jan.

8

21v>

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar .
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.

50% Mar. 30

2% Mar. 13

A Mar.

17'H

5%
1%
5%
9%
4%
4%
12%
6%
5%

.42 Mar. 28
15
Jan. 13

2

12

93%

6

3

80% Jan.

6% Mar.

48% *52 ""Mar .""2

4A

7

Mar.
Mar.

»

Mar. 27

1

7

5

13
3

40

.46 Mar. 25
19
Mar. 17

89%

V

10

.*
2,300 Shepard Stores Inc.
5,200 Sherritt-Gordon Mines Ltd.l

600

52

3
4 *
87A

.42 Mar. 28

Mar.Il

5% Mar.

7

18% Mar. 14
50% Mar. 30

22

20c

5

216,200

100

Sale

5% Mar.

64

13

200

5%

2A
5

5

10

2,300 Seaboard Util Shares

18
48 A

13H "fl""'Mar."Ii "6
6A

Sale

10c

1,000 Southern Surety Co....$2.50

*

5A
5A

18 A

Seaboard Fire & Mar Ins..10

1,500

10,

47

800 Saranac River Power.......*
700 Seaboard Continental......*

200 Solid Carbonic Co Ltd.,

700

12

.*

1,000

1,200

3

2%
10

6A

6A

400 Shamrock Oil & Gas.......*

169.200

3% Mar.

4% Mar. 20
4% Mar. 23

1

2% Jan.
5

6

Sale
3A
4
3 A Sale

"23

*

A

200 Seaboard Surety Co

'"'505

5

5

800 Rhodesian Selec Tr Ltd..5 8h

200
700

2% Mar.

3%
3%

2

....

1,200
*
8,400 Railways Corp
1,400 Reliance Internat'l $3 pref__*

100
500

"9%~Mar."l8

60

*

Radio Securities A

100

4

.

5 A Mar. 31
1
Mar. 27

*

1125c

100 Power & Lt Secur Tr opt warr
5
500 Public Fire Insurance...

500

Mar.

1
8A

Park City Consol Mines. "Hoc
1
Patricia Birch Lake Mln.

100 Petroleum Derivitives...

Wt «»£»•»

7

*

100 Ohio Valley Gas

1,000
1,500
7,000

Mar. 27

3

165% IoI A

*

200 Ohio Kentucky Gas.....

100

1

6

A

::::: "s

300 Nation Wide Securities B
900 N Y Rio & Buenos Aires

"""loo

1
3

8A

%

National Aviation E warr

-2,400 National Liberty Insur
100 National Pepsi-Cola-

200

Mar. 17

"l2" Sale'

100 National Casualty Co
__10
550 National City Bank
20
300 National Fire Insurance___10

100

3

4%

6

Jan.

Sale
5

.....

'115

Jan.

33

5

*

1,900 May Radio & Television.

13
1

6

Sale
1%

4A

„

3

"1,900
700

13% ' 17
51
1%
1H
5 A Sale
78
80
27 A Sale
5
Sale

48

.......

5

2

Mar.

2

5
14

Mar.

Mar.

2% Mar.

13
40

Mar. 31

.44

900 Macfadden Publications.

5

2

36

...1

100

Mar.

Sale

sa

400

"""ioo

Sale
12%

B
Macassa Mines Ltd

Sale Prices,

2% Mar.

4

1A

40

3

4

2

Klnner Air & Motor...

Highest.

Sale Prices.

36

38

7% Sale

Kildun Mining..

200

200

2%
3%
4%

3

74,200
2,800
9,100

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

13

Sale

2

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Ask.

Ask, Bid.

2% Sale

4

1

35

Bid.

Lowest.

March 31.

10

,

*

18

4,500 Irving Trust Co__

Ask.

Bid.

Par.

14,900

March 2.

1931.

Shares.

200

53",400

STOCKS

Jan. 1.

100

2.700

1.

Jan. 2

Since

In

March.

RANGE XINCE JAN.

IN MARCH.

Price about

EXCHANGE

Jan.

13

13c

Mar. 30

Mar. 2
2% Feb. 26

11% Mar.

3

7% Jan.
7
Feb. 14

26c

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

■f •*

RANGE OF PRICES ON PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

1931.

1930.

Bond Sales.

1931.

Shares

103,601
340,626

Jan. 1 to March 31

AGGREGATE SALES

PRICES

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.

351
285

Jan.

STOCKS

March 2.

Par

Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

45
*

14

*

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

10

215 Amer Vitrified Prod
60
Preferred

Sale

18

15
1

Sale

*

10

12 Citizens Traction.........50
6,110 Clark (D L) Candy
*
15 Colonial Trust Co...
100

300 Columbia Gas 8c Electric...*
100 Consolidated Gas pref
50

95*

20X Sale

28

115
Sale

35

Sale

6X

5

Preferred

495

970

289
292

381 Penn Federal Corp com
597 Peoples Sat & Trust

6X Sale

460

i

10

26

3

Forgings

__*

25

9
7

Jan.
Jan.

7
8

Jan.

6
24
3

Sale
Sale

325

101X Sale
IX Sale
24 X Sale

300
102

IX
20 X

-1S5

125
15c

1372&

3

Jan.

8X Sale

Feb.

6

10

Jan.

6

Mar. 14

13

295

Mar.

15*

Mar. 14

25

Mar.

5

450

6

Mar.

4

135* Mar.

9

2

Jan.

2

24

Mar.

5

Jan.

6

5

Jan.

450

Mar.
Jan.

Mar.

72

Mar.

Mar.

10

65

Mar.

68

Mar.

5

6

105* Mar.
375

38

15

15

Jan.

Feb.

.Jan.
30
Feb.
135* Feo.
295
Mar.
35
Jan,
35
Jan.
Feb.
25

45^
ilH

Mar.

11

Jan.

11
14
14

2
2
24

6

Feb. 27
Mar.

Mar.

4
9

Jan.

19
Mar.
6

375
75

Jan.

27

Feb.

Jan.

15

Feb.

65

Mar.

70

Feb.

10
13
10

4

39

Jan.

44

Feb.

Mar. 26

29

Mar.

32

Mar.

415* Mar,

Mar.

31

Mar.

2

Mar.

3

2

25* Mar.

3

Mar.

2

25* Jan.

325
Sale

2

Sale

Jan.

16
13

3

Jan.
45* Jan.

Jan.

3
2

Mar. 19
Jan.
8

4

34X Sale

Mar. 19

101

Mar. 21
Mar. 17

995* Jan.

Mar.

2

205* Mar.

Mar.

6

35* Mar.
255* Jan.
215* Mar.

355* Mar. 21

30

Mar.

33

Jan.

6

15* Mar.

2

Jan.

13
21

1

205*
3X
305*
215*
30

5
Mar. 14

Mar. 31
Mar. 9
Mar.
5
Mar. 27
Mar. 23

Sale
20c

Sale

123
10c

4

Mar. 28
Mar. 4

IX Mar.

Mar. 14 130

Mar.

Mar. 28

Mar.

45* Mar. 14
95* Mar. 13
10

Mar. 21

Mar.

15c

Sale

4

Mar.

Mar. 12

_

Mar.

135* Mar. 28

145* Mar.

12

165* Mar.

Sale

Sale

175* Mar.
165* Mar.
24

Mar.

lc

lc

11
25

25

40

40

._._*

40

2c

Sale

2c

8

3

2c

27

Mar.

3

lc

Feb.

Jan.

Jan.
20c Jan.

6

12

Jan.
Jan.

37

6

Feb.
Feb.

6
10
27

Feb.
Jan.

24
5

Feb. 21
Jan. 23
Mar.

8
26

50 Waverly Oil Works cl A....*

6

Jan.
9
Feb. 17
Feb. 27

115* Mar.

5

Mar. 30
Mar. 10

31

Mar.

5

23

Jan.

40

Mar. 10

40

Mar. 10

355* Mar. 20
25* Mar. 26

38

Mar. 27

34

Jan.

3

2

Jan.

22

16
5

Feb.

35

2

Jan.

25
40

Sale

10

20
12

Mar.

75* Feb.

40

14
20

Mar.

Mar.

Jan.

Feb. 26
Feb.

35

165* Feb.
215* Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

29
5

345* Mar. 19

o§^

28

38

32 X
90
Sale

Mar.

95* Mar. 19

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

1

24$| Sale

1025* Mar. 21
IX Mar. 17

Mar.

12

IX

75* Sale

1

45*
95*
85*
15*
15*
345*
135*
xl7X

Mar.

41

122
300

10c

Mar.

215* Mar.

135* Sale

Jan.

Jan.

123

45* Mar.
95* Mar.

15* Mar. 20
15* Mar. 12

120

300

Mar.

15* Mar.

15*

25* Mar. 26

75* Jan.

2
19

Mar.

5

Mar. 10

26
Mar. 26
Feb.

90

35

Sale

Mar.

2

22

Mar.

23

93

Mar.

93

Mar. 12
Mar. 16

36

Mar.

36

Mar.

"I

93

.......

18 120
30
11

2

4X Sale
9X Sale

1

200 Westghouse El & Mfg......50
165 Zoller (William) Co
100

Jan.

29

3X Sale
30X 31X 34 X Sale
22 X
23
::::: "32"" x
32

400 Salt Creek Consol Oil.
10
11,700 San Toy Mining
.....1

"165

Feb.

24

2

.

1,180 Westtnghouse Air Brake....*

105

3

Sale

12

10

20

40

17 X

""65

8

Mar. 10
Mar.
4

Sale

Sale

10 Union Storage Co

Jan.

15

29

17

2,635 United Engine A Fdy

10

74
14

Sale

41

Preferred..

Mar.

•

19,085 Shamrock Oil 8c Gas
....*
4,753 Standard,Steel Spring......*

7

5

65* Mar. 31

Mar.

12

42X Sale
14 X Sale

*

5X Mar.

12

Sale

Corp

5

Mar.

IX

Invest Security.*
Oil & Gas
5
Glass

Mar.

72

IX

20
25c

Mar. 12

75

14

80

21

7

1215* Mar. 17 122
300

995*
24 5*

34

IX

140 United States Glass Co....25

40

12

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

2

Mar. 19

Jan.

65* Jan.
30

Mar.

25* Mar. 24

363

10,345 Plymouth Oil
.........5
1,285 Reymers Brothers Inc......*
430 Ruud Manufacturing
*

•

1,130

2X
4X Sale

360 Pittsburg Brewing
....50
578
Preferred..
...........50

130

8

Mar.

28

Mar. 14 295

450

Sale

*

200 Pittsburg Steel Fdy

5,600
3,220
2,569

30

2

50

Phoenix Oil

5 105
4

6

Mar. 19

725* Mar. 17
75

10

7

42 X

32

*

Fireproofing Corp

12

65

.....

Nat

Mar.

105* Mar.

13

250 McKinney Mfg.
Mesta Machine..

Mar.

255* Mar. 30

16

119

210

3

Feb. 27

15* Jan.

5

335* Jan.

450

300

8c- Bolt

Mar.

Feb.

16

15

Mar. 16

35

x

25 Keystone National Bank.100

6,785

9

295

::::: "75"

1,030 Koppers Gas 8c Coke pref. 100
2,580 Liberty Dairy Prod
*
*
72.810 Lone Star Gas

2,315
2,818

Mar.

5

465* Feo. 29

55* Jan.
3
65* Jan. 23
205* Mar. 30

30
Sale

15

"""425

24,108 Pittsburgh
450 Pittsburgh
432 Pittsburgh
10,650 Pitts Plate
11,634 Pitts Screw

7
24

Mar. 19
Mar. 16

19

526 Jones & Laughlln St'l pf__100

95

57

2

11

165

450

7

Mar.

2

12

9

75
222

12,200

2

26

6

24

*
12,212 Harb-Walker Refrac com
590 Home (Joseph) Co........ •
1,125 Independent Brewing...
[50
Preferred
378
50

2,500

10

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

8
60

Sale

*
5,320 Hachmeister-Lind Co
Preferred
311
.....__._*

95
423

Mar. 19

14
1

Mar. 19
Mar. 16

105

25$* Sale

IX

10X

600

2,000

15

395* Feb. 17

5X Mar. 13
6X Mar. 21
20X Mar. 30

"33X Sale"

100 Duff Norton Mfg.
515 Electric Products
*
6 First National Bonk (Pgh)100
165 Follansbee Bros pref.._..100

17,440
1,865

2

15* Mar. 11

675* Feb. 11

8

.....298

50 Diamond National Bank..100
454 Donahoes Inc cl A..
......*

970

1.

Highest.

725* Mar. 17

3o

6

11,434

6

725* Mar. 17

6X

130

2X Sale

550 Crandall McK 8c Henderson.*

120

Mar.

73

Sale

Sale

23

4,432 Devonian Oil............. 10

350

JAN.

Sale Prices.

20

Sale

21

565
50
314

22,928

Mar. 11

14

45 Consolidated Ice preferred.50

120

Mar.

16

3

57

10

55
835
81
162

45

Mar.

16

7X

50

...

""515

4

Mar. 12

1

695*

6

Lowest

10

52 Bank of Pitts (N A)..

15

SINCE

Sale Prices.

25

16,603 Btaw-Knox Co
4,910 Carnegie Metals Co....

T680

Highest.
Sale Prices.

14

50

15 Auto Finance Co.
200
Preferred

1,705
1,480

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

44X Mar.

IX

100

3,140 Arkansas Nat Gas Corp ,...*
3,881
Preferred
.......10
8,552 Armstrong Cork Co.........*

1,685
2,195

Ask

Sale

1

200 Amer Fruit Growers.......*
50
Preferred
.....100

100
40
560

RANGE

2.

1931.

1,494 Allegheny Steel
6,635 Aluminum Goods Mfg
4,760 American Austin Car.

680
'40

IN MARCH.

$90,000
121,000

Price

Si-ace

March.

Jan. 1 to March31__

PITTSBURGH
STOCK EXCHANGE

In

March

363,865
1,154,575

1930.

$10,000
22,000

'

March

Mar. 30

Jan.

22

Mar. 12

16
2
2
Mar. 12

93

Jan.

2

Jan.

2

Feb.

17

Feb.

17

Jan.

17 160
1

Jan.

17

335* Jan.

Mar.

UNLISTED.

110

'"loo
165

1,030
11,150

1,620 Copperweld Steel

*

36

74 Fidelity Title 8c Trust Co...*
100 Leonard Oil Development. .25
850 Lone Star Gas pref.......100

2,890 Mayflower Drug Co
50,691 West Public Service

t c

*

5

5

35

160

105

....*
v

37X

108

11X Sale

IX Sale
13 X Sale

80

805*

IX
12

'"I"" Mar.'30

1

Mar. 25 1035* Jan.
6 108
15* Mar. 2
1
Jan.
15* Mar. 26
12
Mar. 30 135* Mar. 2
105* Jan.

1055* Mar.
2
Sale

40

Mar. 30

Mar. 30

Mar. 25
6 108
5
15* Mar. 26
16 145* Feb. 20

BONDS

1,000
7,000
2,000

*

1,000

Monon R C C & C 6s...

1949

10,000 Pittsburgh Brewing 6a.. 1949
10,000 Shamrock Oil &. Gas 6s__1939
7,000 West Penn Traction 5s.. 1940

No par value, x Ex-divldend.




z

Ex-etock dividend.

85

1125* Sale
82 X Sale

1125* Mar. 31 1125* Mar. 31
815* Mar. 19 825* Mar. 31
93
Mar. 13 93
Mar. 13

1125* Mar. 31 1215* Mar. 31
81
Jan. 30
825* Mar. 31
93

Mar. 13

925* Feb. 10

95

Jan.

5

925* Feb. 10

Chicago Stock Exchange
RECORD

MONTHLY AND YEARLY

CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON

Shares

1930.

8,349,700
19,112,300

Jan. 1 to March 31.

—

PRICES

AQOREQATB SALES
In

Jan. 1.

1945

78

Appalachian Gas Corp 6s 1945
6s B
1945
British Columbia Tel 5s._ 1943

74
52

30,666

54

33,000

222", 600
24,000
23,000
15,000
4,000
9,000

5,000
14,000

2,000

~~5~666
V 5,000

323",660
34",606
1,000
9,000
3,000

~i~66o

36

38

39%
66%

67

5,000

72% Mar. 23

3

74% Mar. 14
73% Mar. 17
52% Mar. 23
32
Mar. 20

90

69

68

Sale

66

45%
Mar. 31

42

Mar.

Sale

27

Mar. 31

19

19

Mar. 19

19

37

66%

68

44

65%
40

36

Mar. 19

26

27

41

27% "27"

17

16%

18

33
48

30

39

Mar. 20

39

33

42

48

Purchase money g

5s..1927

29

1943

42

98

%

96

98%
105% 106%
100
10U
99 %

97%

00%

"39"

104%

155%

35

81
84

Sale

155"

105

"89"

74

76

70

75

78%
100%
50

74

74%

77%

73

73

74

76

72

73

74%

80
106

108

45

38

45

40

106

102%
98%

103 %
108
Sale

93%
75

75

85

46

"55"

95

100

95

100

75

77

70

95

98

59%

"66"

95

"78"

50

40

100

94

100

94

70%

'75%

67%
60%

63

Mar. 20

63

Mar. 20

76

Mar.

6

76

Mar. *6

"75%

79" "Mar .'16

79'" Mar.'16

60
55

59

77

*

80

74

70

77%

70

67

69

67

80

77%

Mar. 19

74
85

Mar. 14
Mar. 19

69

77

Mar. 14

75

80%

I

Feb. 26
Feb.

77

Mar. 21

75

Feb. 20

Mar. 13

60

Feb. 20
Mar. 25
Mar. 2
Jan. 20
Mar. 13

72% Mar. 17 76%
73% Jan.
6 81
75
71
Jan. 14
107% Mar. 13 108

40% Feb. 20

40% Feb.
102% Jan.

8

Jan.

103

108% Mar. 13
7
102% Jan.
92% Jan. 12

105% Jan.

102% Jan.
92% Jan.
Feb.

16

76

Feb.

63

Feb.
Jan.

Mar. 20

88
76

Mar.
40% Feb.
103
Jan.
79
Mar.
76

Jan.

27

Jan.

21

79

6

Mar.

40% Feb.
103% Jan.

4
13

Mar. 16

Mar. 14
60% Feb. 11
63% Feb.
7
79% Feb. 26

76% Feb." 3
99% Jan. 17
74
Mar. 14
85
Mar. 19
63% Feb.
7
79% Feb. 26

Jan.
Jan.
19% Jan.

2
2
15

39% Mar. 27
41% Feb. 24
25% Mar. 6
4% Feb. 10
13% Mar. 19
1
Jan.
3
3% Jan.
3
29
Mar. 26
36
Feb. 20

Jan.
Jan.

99

100%

;•

61% Feb. 17

Mar.

72

100

94

Jan.

11
72% Jan. 20
Mar. 30
101

71% Jan.

45

Mar..

Mar. 25

IW
94

70% Feb.

76
37

Jan.

104% Feb.

72% Jan.
95% Jan.
54% Mar."
73

30

Feb.

Mar. 27

105

Jan.

81

63

100

74%
75%

102% 103% 103% 103%
82
80%
78

80

Mar. 13

107% Mar. 13 108
45

B*

45"

103

75

2

77

85
102

Mar.

M

95

95

65

60

76% Mar. 25
81
Mar.
2

72% Mar. 17

102% Mar. 3
101% 102% 102% 103% 102% Mar. 3
108% 108% Mar. 13 108% Mar. 13
106% 107%
103%
104
102

61

"55"

Mar.

"79" "82

77

38

Mar.

80

Sale

80

Jan.

Mar.

60

104

102

Mar. 30
54% Mar. 14
77
Mar. 21
75
Mar. 13

101

55

74%

Mar. 16

100%
100%
106%
106%
112

Jan.

105

"§l%"Mar^"6

Mar. 28

89

40

60

107%

104% Feb.
36% Feb.

61

76
106

71
104

45
Sale

99% Mar.
54% Mar.

73

68

Mar. 25

23
21
14
17
23

32
Mar. 20
19
Mar. 19
37% Mar. 25
29
Mar. 2C

98% Mar.

98% Mar. 27
105

Mar.

156%

100

50

90

60

)

70%
69%

78

Mar. 21

5
7
2

105% Jan.
100% Jan.
100% Feb.
104% Jan.
105% Jan.
112

98% Mar.

99

57

99%

21 106%

72% Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

39%
74%
73%
52%

Jan.
9
14% Jan. 24
Mar. 19
Mar. 30

116

89%
75%

Sale

99%

If^Mar.'

106

107

37

2V/a
73

90

107

105%

35

32

25

103

Mar. 14

72

6

3

36
39

Mar. 20

9 107% Mar. 16

Prices.

78% Jan.
2
88% Feb. 10
75
Feb.
3
80
Mar. 27
90
Feb.
2

22

Mar. 19

103

105

105

93

103?i 104%

6

107% 106% Mar.

113
98

113
95

112
90

Sale

112

17

105% 106% 106%
102
100
101%
102
100
101%
106
104% 106
100
101% 106

106

105

62% Jan.
61% Jan.
37% Jan.
64% Jan.
63% Jan.
39% Jan.

37% Mar. 25

41

14

1945
15,000 Texas Gas Util 6s,._
1932
6,000 Toledo Lt & Pow 5s
1945
3,000 Union Elevated RR 5s
1940
27,000 United Amer Util 6
1,000 United Public Serv 6s A..1942
1947
4,000 United Pub Util 5%s

3,000

6

67% Mar.

64

22

5%s'58

72" Mar." 14

66% Mar.

68

Chicago Stadium 6s

208 So La Salle St Bldg

71% Mar. 12
80
Mar. 27

Sale

Jan.
2
Jan. 13
Jan. 10
Mar. 27
Feb.
2

78
74
61
80

Mar. 12

88

87% Mar. 27
71% Mar. 12
80
Mar. 27

'68" Mar."27

68

65

63%
64%
62% 64
39 % Sale

Adjustment income 4s

1,000

1.

Highest

Lowest.
Sate Prices.

85

80

65%

32

.1945
19,000 Southwest Nat Gas 6s
1,000 Standard Tel Co 5%s A..1943
10 year conv 6s
1938
15,000
3,000 Stand Textile Prod 6%s-_1942
1944
19,000 Swift & Co 1st s f g 5s

15,606

"80"

64

Rys 5*__1927
Chicago Railways 5s
1927
1st mtge 5s ctf of dep. .1927
5s series A
j.
1927
5s series B
1927
Chic City & Con

6s
1938
2,000
33,000 Pub Serv 1st ref gold 5s..1956
1st & ref mtge 5%8
1962
19,000
5s C
1966
5,000
2,000 Pub Ser Sub Corp 5%s A 1949
1937
4,000 South United Gas 6s
6,000 South United Ice 6%8._.1938

5,000

71

99% 100%

76

Pettibone-Mulliken 10-year

1,000
4,000

89

68

64

62

1,000 Nat Hotel of Cuba allot ctl '59
1978
92,000 Nat Pub Service 5s
1941
59,000 Northwestern Elev 5s
2,000 Northern Util Co 6s A. ..1943
2,000 Peoples Gas Lt & Coke 5s 1947

":£666

84

"78"'

62

64 %

62 %

Highest.
Sale Prices.

82

64

Chicago City Ry 5s
1927
Certificates of deposit. 1927

1943
31,000 Commonw Edison 5s
1st mtge 4%s, series C.1956
1,000
4%s D
1957
3,000
1st mtge 5s series A
1953
19,000
5s series B
1954
5,000
1st mtge 68
1943
5,000
5,000 Commonw Sub Corp 5%s 1948
1943
5,000 El Paso Nat Gas 6%s
1,000 111 Bell Tel 1st 5s A......1956
1938
7,000 Inland Gas 6%s
.1940
1,532,000 Insull Util Inv 6s
5
without warrant
.1949
1,000
1945
100,000 Kresge (S S) & Co 5s
1954
2,000 La Salle Wacker Bldg 6s
15,000 Metro W S Elev 1st 4s...1938
Extension 4s
1938
11,000

64,000
3,000

80

76

"76" ~80"

Lowest.

Ask.

Bid.

94

'36

Central West Pub Serv 6s

Ask

79

Sale
75

5,000 Allied Owners 6s
96,200
50,000
1,000
x,000
55,000
101,000
24,000
294,000
71,500
45,000
70,000
5,200
9,000
5,000

SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices.

March 31.

March 2.
Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

S

60,000
7,000
1,000

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Price

1931.

31

Jan. 2

BONDS

Since

March.

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGK

$6,945,000
10,667,600

$947,600
3,143,000

March
Jan. 1 to March

1930.

1931.

Bond Sales.

1931.

3,941,000
11,617,200

Stock Sales.
March

15
17

74

STOCKS
Shares,
1,150

Shares.

2,600
270

650

1,000
18,250
15,450

.

Par.

%

.*
25

Abbott Laboratories com
Acme Steel Co

Adams

...

(J D) Mfg com

*
*
com..10

Ainsworth Mfg Corp

1

A..*
prof--*

conv

1st

200

200
10

9,340
1,130
7,850

American Equities

$7 class A preferred

12

80

20%

27

108
82
4% Sale
92% Sale
%

pref..l00

Amer Radio & Tel St

Corp..*

50 American St Pub Serv cl A__*
*
50 Amer Util & Gen vtc B

900

5,200

13,970

650
130

1,350
3,910
40,975

Associated Investment Co

700
330
•

80
7

93%
1

3%

4%
2

5%

5
3

%

Sale
Sale

5

Sale

78
32

34
25

1

2%

7%
7%
7% Sale
60
60%

c,

Sale

2

28%
33%
15%
72

Sale
Sale
Sale
75

25%

31
100

5%
93

Sale
Sale

% Sale
6

20

3%
5%

6%
7

57%

Sale

5
Sale

7%
Sale

Sale

88

88%
Sale

66

•
*

22% Sale

25

67
Sale

68

69

24

Sale

pf.*

2

4

6

*
680 Backstay Welt Co com.
60 Balaban & Katz Corp com .25

10%

12

13

16

15

20

62

69

62

75

62

Feb.

13

5
2

13% Mar. 19

8% Jan.

28

2
Mar. 12
Mar. 26
35
Mar.
3
16% Mar. 19
73% Mar. 20
28
Mar. 21

1

Jan.

3

1% Jan.
Feb.

16

22

Sale

11

Mar.

Mar.

2

Mar. 30

21%
32%
15%
73%
25%
87%
5%
x92

eH
20

Mar. 19
Mar.

3

Mar. 31

Mar. 20
Mar. 11

1

Mar.

3

29

Mar. 19

87% Mar. 19

Mar. 30

7
Mar.
6
93% Mar. 13
1% Mar.
3
6% Mar. 13
20
Mar. 31
3% Mar.
9
5% Mar. 27

Mar. 16
Mar.

5

Mar.

9

Mar. 31

3% Mar. 9
2% Mar. 11
6% Mar. 26
6% Mar. 6
57% Mar. 31
87
Mar. 19
66% Mar. 4
23% Mar. 31

cv

11,400 Bancokentucky Co com
3,650 Bastian-Blessing Co com
660

No par value,

t

Baxter Laundries Inc A

10

5

5%

% Sale

*
*

4%

7%
8%
61%
88%
70
25%

5% Mar.

6

6

Mar.

3

19

21% Mar. 27
1% Mar. 10

22

1%

22
2

1%

2

21%
2%

22
Sale

14

35
3

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4
16
19
27
18
2

Mar. 18

Mar. 20

75

1,195 Automatic Washer Co




39% Mar. 27
40% Mar. 2
25% Mar. 6

1

12

35

36% Mar. 13
34
Mar. 30
23% Mar. 12

4

2

10%

90

7%
Sale
1%

3%

67

com...

Sale
37

3%

87

Assoc Tel Util Co com

33%
23%

8

*

Class A

Sale

39

Sale

21

280 Assoc Tel & Tel Cojiww..*

120

.

*

27

20

.*

Amer-Yvette Co Inc com

50 Auburn Auto Co

"""120

com

6,910 Appalachian Gas Corp com.*
*
15,750 Art Metal Works com

1,250

11,000

s*

*

20 American Service

50

■,

161
751

11%

20

13,870

33

28
70

Co com..*

American Pub Serv

•

31

*

preferred $6% A

1

2% Sale
23

*

Class B common

50

1*

Sale
40% Sale
25
Sale
3
4%
11
13
38

Sale

*

100

4,200

4%

*

A...

Amer Comra Power

7,000

300

9

20

Allied Motor Ind Inc com..

Allied Products Corp cl

50

10

35
19

5

All-Amer Mohawk Corp A.

2,250

4,450

Sale
Sale
19%

35

Adams Royalty Co com..

660 Altorfer Bros Co

340

■

>

3,750
6,190
1,075
6,550
5,000
15,150
37,450
26,300

17

Jan.

13%
73%
25%
■>( */4,
87%
4%
91
%

Jan. 21
Mar. 20
Mar. 11
iviar
Mar. 19
Jan.
Jan. 29
Jan.i 27

6

20

Mar.

1

Jan.

6

Jan.

3% Jan.
57
Jan.

86% Jan.
65
Feb.
21% Jan.
132
Jan.
5
12

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
1 % Jan.

20

9

Mar. 31

3% Mar.

68% Feb.
% Jan.
Mar.
2
2% Mar. 31

19
5

28

9
6

16% Jan.

16

75% Feb.

10

28

Mar. 21

87% Mar. 19
7% Feb. 26
94
Feb. 16
1% Feb. 24
6% Mar. 13
20

Mar. 31

3% Mar. 9
5% Mar. 27

8% Feb. 10
8% Feb. 16
61% Mar. 19

§8*
70

Mar. 27
Mar. 18

25% Feb.
132

Jan.

6

Jan.

19

Mar.

69

Feb.
Jan.

24*

Feb.

2% Mar.

Ex-divldend.

1

11

28
19
20
3
9
11
31

61

CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
AGGREGATE

SALES

PRICES

CHICAGO

Since

In

Jan.

Shares.

Shares.

1,350

150

3,050
1,750
300

150

"loo

3

--

Class B
4,700
2,100 Bruce Co (E L) com
100 Bucyrus-Monighan class A.

100

100
50

Common
50
340 Bunte Bros

250

1,600
3,150
14,700

12,300

88%

*%

10

60
560

24,450
100

91

Sate*
3*
17
5%
22

16
5

*

*

20

£10

7%

Mar.

3

6

Mar. 28

8

Mar.

9

5

19

18

Mar. 26

18

Mar. 26

18

21%

Mar. 30

1%

—*

18

Sate

6

Convertible preferred-

5%

29 %

26

9%
5%

5

Mar.

23

-v

6

Mar.

5

3

Mar. 26

7% Mar. 11

2

12

Mar.

2

7% Mar. 19

4

18

16*

18

18

Mar. 30

18

94

94

95

93% Mar. 3
22% Mar. 24
82% Mar. 20

95

Mar. 30
Mar.
7

23

Mar.

84

Mar. 17
Mar.

77%

17
14

25
Sate

18

82

84

84 %

82

84

80

82%

Sale

Sale

23

90

Sale
Sate

...—

18

Mar.

30

Jan.

2

llA
78

Mar. 24

25% Jan.

Jan.

84

Mar. 17

17

Jan.

12

16

2

15

Mar. 25

Mar. 30

19% Mar. 20
78% Mar. 6

14

Jan.

75

Mar. 31

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 31

Mar. 30

95

Jan.

Mar. 25

75

3
4

7% Mar. 11

16

IVA

16

18

75

16

Feb.

11

91

2

80

14

85
80

Mar. 12

Mar.

3

12
Mar. 17
34% Feb. 18
7% Feb. 26

15

Sale
Sate

16

3

17% Jan.

5
17
2

5% Jan. 22
23% Mar. 17
3
2% Jan.

Mar. 17

29

9% Mar. 30
23% Mar. 17

25

Mar.

9

Jan.

21% Mar. 30

Mar. 20

3
11

10

Feb.

31

10% Feb.
22

Mar. 12

15

1% Jan.
5% Jan.
5% Jan.

25
23
3
3

5

Mar. 12
Mar. 19

16

79

9

Mar. 26

5

93%

78

8
5

Jan.

21% Mar. 30

21% Mar. 30

2% Mar. 2
8% Mar. 18

Sale

6% Sale
14%
19%
91% Sale
23% Sate

13

1

16

Sate

10

Sale

29

Feb.

K Jan.
17% Feb.

27

20

2

Mar. 20

Sale

11

10%

6

11% Jan.

17% Mar. 23
1% Mar. 14

Mar. 12

Sale

VY

5% Sate

5 K sate

.....20

2

5

"17"

15

Sale

10

Mar.

Feb. 11

10

30% Feb.
97
Mar.
7% Feb.
17% Mar.
1% Jan.
% Jan.

88
Jan. 20
2% Feb. 19

15

2

2

2

Mar. 31

97
7

1

15%
17%
2% Sate

2

19

Sale

10

17

20% Jan.

Mar. 24

Sale

17*

21

11

18

Sale

8

20

6

Feb.

18
Sale

5%
16%

21

Feb.

30% Mar.

Sale

19

2

6

Mar. 31
Mar. 17
Mar.
5
Mar. 2
Mar. 9

Sale

97
.

16% Jan.

Prices

80% Mar. 19
25% Feb. 24
9% Mar. 3

21

25%
94%
5%
14%
1%

26

14% Sale
1
1%
%
1

Jan.

66

80% Mar. 19
24% Mar. 20
9% Mar. 3

15

21% Sale
2

16

6,440 Canal Const Con conv pref._*
9,650 Castle & Co (AM)
10
*
19,850 CeCo Mfg Co Inc com
400 Cent Cold Storage Co com. 20
15.010 Central III Pub Serv pref—*
11,740 Cent 111 Secur Corp allot ctfs
600 Central Ind Power pref—100
970 Cent Pub Serv (Del) com—*
*
58,050 Cent Pub Serv Corp A
580 Cent States P&L Corp pref.*
210 Central States Util $7 pref..*

1,770
2,800

1.

Highest.
Sale

Sale Prices.

Prices

10

9%

100
Sate

6

11%

Sale

7

Sale

Prices.

76% Mar. 28
20% Mar. 30
7
Mar. 30

78

29% Sale
94

*

37,950 Butler Bros...

2,270
3,450
5,800

24

10

25
Sale

10

..10

com

Burnham Trad Corp com

5,800

10

21

»

Class B

800 Brown Fence & Wire cl A

2,100

SINCE JAN.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.
Sale

Ask.

21

22% Sate
8% Sate

17% Sale

40 Blums Inc conv pref—.
592,090 Borg-Warner Corp com
10
2,300
7% preferred
100
4,450 Borln Vivltone Corp pref.—*
3,550 Brach & Sons (E J) com
*
1,060 Bright Star Elec Co A
*

257,400

77

67

64

Ask. Bid.
76
79%

Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

Par.

March 31.

March 2.

1931.

50
2,850 Beatrice Creamery com
486,250 Bendix Aviation Corp com--*
2,160 Blnks Mfg Co cl A cv pref. *

175,900
1,500

2

Jan.

STOCKS

1.

March.

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE

80

2

7

13
12

19% Mar. 20
Jan. 27
84% Jan.
3
88

24

I

560
350
150
210

94%
90

950

10 Chicago Electric Mfg

1,040
340

I,130

5

5%

%
4%
4%

8

4

,1*
2§*

2H
Sate
4

Sate

10%

360 Chicago Rys part ctf ser 1.100

"*210

Club Aluminum Uten

5,200

15H
5

com*

33,005 Commonwealth Edison—100 220 % Sate
Sate
12
110,100
Rights
——
93%
30 Com ty Pow & Lt Co $6 pref.*
14
*
1,150 Com'ty Tel Co cum part
9
1,470 Community Water Service..*
10
Construe Mat'l Corp com—*
3,000
25K 28
13 % preferred
*
4,300
Sate
.....5
8.655 Consumers Co com
40
45
180
6% prior pref A
100
40
Preferred...
...100
790

8,250
20

.....

500

870

?*

650
900

2,900
50

360

V t

9,000

2,650

c pur

.-5
817,210 Cord Corporation
*
9,350 Corp Sec of Chic allot ctf.
Common....—
257,300
.25
8,849 Crane Co com
100
Preferred
4.050

457,150
3,250
96,550
3,508
370

20 Cudahy Packing com..... .50
*
820 Curtis Lighting Inc com..
—5
220 Curtis Mfg Co com
...

20
100
20

1,050

210

190

1,670 Decker (Alf) 8c Cohn Inc.
140 Deep Rock OH conv pref.. 100
1,020 Dexter Co (The) com..... —5
*
430 De Mets Inc pref w w

250

3,600 Duquesne Gas Corp com..

140

'

410 Eddy Paper Corp

110
*

81,710

22,500

EI Household Util

5%
14%

9%

12

•
.....

(The)—..*
10

Corp

7
55

6
18%

%

a

Sate
65

250
250

.

Sate
17

16;
15'

9

Mar.

Sale

Sale
11
Sate

242%

85

83% Mar.
16%
2%
10%
241%

Mar.

3

Mar.

11% Mar.
Mar.

220

84% Mar.
19% Mar.
11% Mar.

84

252

87

Sate

11

8%.
9
30% Sate

y

10%
9

Sale

46
43

%

1%

Sale

14

11

Mar. 30

Mar.

2

27%
4

8% Mar. 10
27% Mar. 6
3% Mar. 10

42

27

3%

%

84% Mar. 11

15%
11%

41

35
1

29% Mar. 14
% Mar. 17

8% Sate
38% Sale
63%

Mar. 17

8

Mar. 31

37% Mar. 19
63

Mar. 18
Mar.
7

12% Sale

9

59

Sate

57

17%

Sale

17% Mar. 30

Sate

35

Sale

117% Sate

116

Sale

Sale

59
Sate

35

7

,f*
J*
,18%
4*
4* 6

10

18

%

5%

50

40

10

10%

14

li*

25

10%

40

11

14

6%

6

3%

4%

Mar.

5

2

14% Mar. 25
60

Mar. 16

21% Mar. 10
2

Mar.

4

21
28
27
23

45

Mar. 17

6% Mar. 30
16% Mar. 5

$

Mar. 20
Mar.
6
Mar. 10

6.740
55,200

2,300
21,100

430

9,500

Preferred...

7,350
1,840
1,350
77,650
25,250

66,950 Gleaner Com Harv Corp com *
2.060 Godchaux Sugar Inc cl B—*
*
II,650 Goldblatt Bros Inc com
*
95,500 Great Lakes Aircraft A

140

150

9% Mar. 27
7
2% Jan.

5,950

25

35

33

36

50

55

65

67

60

65

55

68

65

67

60

65

5%
6

Sate

38

Sale

70

79% Mar.
5
91% Mar. 19

75

88% Mar. 31
31

37

28

Mar. 20

4

10
7

24%

14%
6% Sate

2,400
28,200
,

30,050
150

2,600

Illinois Brick Co

25

330 Indep Pneum Tool v t c._._*
9,830 Inland Util Inc claso A—...*
612,050 Insull Utll Invest Inc.......*

8

Sate

19
3

Sate

5

25

15%
7%

Sale

15*

16

"15%

Sale

4
5

96

98%
38%
1% Sate

29% Sate

6%

16%

8

17%

7% Sate
7
3%
14

15%

100

37
3
46
88

25%
Sale

6

Mar. 28

2% Mar. 28
5% Mar. 20
16% Mar. 30
3

Mar.
Mar.

14

Mar.

28%
12%
3%
10%
1-9%

Mar. 18

4

Mar. 18
4% Mar. 24

4

2

Mar.

4

Mar.

2

Mar. 25
Mar.

9

Mar. 19

2

24% Mar. 30
21

3% Mar. 20
11% Mar. 7

Mar.

5

Mar.

4

4% Mar.
6% Mar.

7

27
21

2

4%

"39%

.....

Sate

Sate

39%

Jan.

3

14

7
6

Mar. 28

1
Feb.
5
5% Mar. 20
13% Jan. 31

1% Jan.

9

23% Jan.
20% Feb.

2
7

4

Mar. 18

2% Jan.

Mar. 12

15

Mar. 12

13

11

Mar. 10

15

27

Mar.

31
30
18

18%
9%
3%
15%

Mar. 19
Mar. 10
Mar. 18
Mar. 3

Mar. 20

9

Feb.

10

19
25% Mar. 24
11% Jan.
3
4% Jan. 14

45

24

6
12

9% Mar. 26
60

25% Mar.
14% Mar.
7% Mar.
3% Mar.

Jan.

19

Feb.

3% Feb.
14% Jan.

2
9

96

37%
2%
Sale

Mar. 12

Mar. 31

3

Mar.

2

47% Mar. 10

88

88%
12%

97
Sale

84% Sale
86
87%
13
11%

20

Sale

16

Sate

Jan.

8

1% Jan.
28% Jan.

2

79

93

89

30

37
2

39

Jan.

84

Mar. 30

86% Mar. 27
11% Mar. 2
15% Mar. 30

15

15%

19

Sate

20

21

19

Mar. 23

29

29

25

Sate

26

Mar.

16

25%

25%
Sale

30

16

22

24

23

Mar. 23

92% Mar 23
89% Mar.
.

Jan.

13

Mar. 21

Jan.

6

21

Mar. 10

15% Jan.

14

23% Mar. 26
31% Mar. 27
25% Mar.

25% Feb.
16% Jan.

17

Mar. 19
Jan. 29

67% Feb. 14
Jan.

9

4% Jan.

7

7
4% Feb. 14
13% Feb. 25

35

Jan.

15
Feb. 16
30% Feb. 17
14% Jan.
8
6% Jan.
2
10% Mar. 25
20
Feb. 14
4% Mar. 19
28% Feb. 16
21
Mar.' 4
6% Jan.
6
6% Mar. 2

19% Mar. 23
16% Jan. 23
13% Feb. 11
90
Jan.
6

49% Jan. 19
29
Feb.
9
18% Mar. 19
9% Mar. 10
5% Jan. 23
Jan. 29
163
Jan. 15
983
Feb. 21
413
4

Jan.

16

11
92% Mar. 23
89% Mar. 4
13 % Feb. 25
22% Feb. 17
93

84% Jan.
6

Feb.

49% Feb. 13

Jan.

74

Jan.

Jan.

10% Mar. 12
29% Feb. 27
65
Jan.
8
70
Mar. 12
80
Jan. 27
92
Jan.
9

29

9% Mar. 26

15

7*

21% Jan.
2
2% Mar. 28
26
Mar. 28
1
Feb.
5
10% Mar. 17

24% Jan.

Mar. 17

24
9
2
Jan.
2
Mar. 10
43
10% Feb. 14
Jan. 16
14
6% Feb. 11

18*

37
68

15% Mar.

6

45

Feb.
4
Jan.
3
67% Feb. 14

19% Mar. 23

15% Mar.

100%

88

86

11% Mar. 13
25% Mar. 16

Mar.

44

45
Sale

900 Interstate Power Co $7 pref.*




90

15%
9% Sate
68
90

Sate

3,650 Investment Co of Amer com.*
41,160 Iron Fireman Mfg Co v t c___*

Ex-dividend.

14

11

Sale

16

800

x

16
.

17

26

87

No par value,

10

3% Sale
25% Sale
30
20%
4
5%
4% Sate

Sate

15

2%
7%
18

11

77
Sate

4,203 Jefferson Electric Co com...*
10,250 Kalamasoo Stove com......*
1
3,750 Kat* Drug Co com

6% Sate

2%

i?*

Sate

200

•

3% Sale
.....

28
8

13

11
4

74

1,1001

26

Sale

28

84

1,500
4,950

29

29%

4
15

12%

4

75

Without warrants
Preferred series 2

10,300

3%

13% Sale

26% Sate
20%
30

*

9,950

4%
12%

11

68

350

3~200

3

50%

70 Illinois Nor Utilities pref.100

"

30

88

60

3,250
122,000

2
2

Mar. 28
3% Mar. 20
10% Mar. 17

85

1,400

550

24% Mar.
3% Mar.

26

49

750

40

21% Mar. 27
2% Mar. 28

Sate

15%

4,100
280

1,000
9,400
7,150

22%
Sate

3%

88% Mar. 31

55

26

2% Sate

12,500

Mar. 19

21%
2%

10

13* 15*

Mar. 26

30

34

4

66% Mar. 13
Jan.
8

66% Mar. 13
77

24% Sate
3% Sate

16% Sate
11% Sate
9%
11

200

9% Mar. 28

35

new

Hall Printing Co com

5

25

10
Harnischfeger Corp com
*
Hart-Carter Co conv pref—*
Hart Schaffner 8c Marx—100
Hibbard Spencer Bartlett A
Co common
-——25
Hormell A Co (Geo) com A..*
Houdaille-Hershey class A..*
Class B
*
Hussman-Llgonier Co com..*

,

Feb.

Mar. 12

490,270 Grlgsby-Grunow Co com....*

214,550

Mar. 26

35% Mar. 21

85

350 Greyhound Corp com......*

com

3

5

69

200 Greif Bros Cooperage A com *

59,600 Great Lakes DAD

% Jan.

88%

23%

.........

5% Mar. 10
14% Jan. 26

66%

3

960 Gen Wat Wks Corp class A*

Mar. 17

45

98

77

11

21% Feb. 11
35
Mar. 31
40% Jan. 10
2 119
Feb. 19
114% Jan.

91%

33
3

510

2

70
78

Foote Bros GAM Co..—-.5

5,200

350

Feb.

14% Jan.

Mar. 17
,

92

340 Gardner-Denver Co com....*
..5
1,240 Gen Candy Corp cl A
630 Gen Parts Corp conv pref—*
Gen Theatres Equip Corp—
Common new
*
27,500

60
100

Mar. 25

60

82

21% Sate

8c Dredge Co com

14%

Mar. 12

77

13
23
23

65

Feb.

Sate

Jan.

3

62

7

Mar. 24

Jan.

6
50

23

9% Mar. 28

9
23

10% Feb. 26
40% Feb. 26

2

Mar. 16

prior pref
...*
$7 cum prior preferred._._*
Fits Simmons 8c Connell Dock
cum

2

2

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 18
2
Jan.

65

69

Feb. 25

1% Jan.

10% Mar. 12
29% Mar. 25

*

$6

5% Jan.
35% Jan.

Mar. 11
Mar.

Jan.

43

9

3

13

Mar. 17

6

Mar.

Mar. 21

31

34%

7

10% Mar.
13% Mar.
6

5

63

Mar. 17

Mar.

Mar. 26

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

38

Mar. 17

5% Mar. 10
16% Mar. 5
% Mar. 20
3

Mar. 25

3

Feb.

84%
20%
11%
10%

29% Mar. 14
6
% Jan.

4 118

Mar. 31

115% Mar.

35%
9%
9%
3%

aW*

40
65

2

9

6

41

Mar.

15

12% Jan.

6

2% Jan.

Mar.

1

Jan.

Mar.

27

20sH

22

Jan.

26

Mar. 20

Jan.

85

8% Feb. 25

9% Mar.
30% Mar.
4% Mar.
44
Mar.
43

Jan.

27

2% Feb.

9

Jan.

12% Jan.
9

3

Feb.

2 255% Feb. 26
2
2
14% Feb.

Jan.

11% Jan.
14

6

Jan.

Mar. 20

9

3

Jan.

15

Feb.

9% Feb.

2
15% Jan.
2% Mar. 24
10% Feb. 17

Fed'l Elec Co Inc—

525
50

14

80

Mar.

20% Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

15

Jan.

Mar. 12

86

Common

2

5% Mar. 23
4% Feb. 28
% Jan. 21

2

83%

&

Mar.

75

1,155

58

Mar.

Jan.

13
4%
31%
2%
60

62

75

80

60

Mar.

5

19

Jan.

27

37
Feb. 16
27% Jan. 13
% Jan.
2
5% Mar. 18

2

2% Jan.
58

8

2%

2

25

7% preferred....——.100
8% preferred
.—..100

350

26

9

81%

12

J an.

62

70
80-

950

17

Jan.

9%
10
26% Sale

65

200

11% Feb.
2% Jan.

4% Mar.
31% Mar.

3% Mar.
"i Mar.

15 104% Jan.
2
95% Feb.

9%
10
28% Sate
62%
64

11

25% Sate

550 Empire G & F Co 6% pref.100
250
6% % preferred
100

300

6

9% Mar.

84%

38*

Sate

4 Feb.

45

A

Davis Industries Inc A—.

610

230

40

15

5% Mar.

87

If*

115% 117%

6

Jan.

Jan.

% Jan.

4

70

14% Sate

Jan.

5

9

21

40

50

4

5

Sate

6% Sale
49

% Mar. 11
5% Mar. 18

% Mar.
4% Mar.

60

18

60

100

25

5%

84%

43«

5% Sale
35 % Sate

common..

50 Continental Steel pref

50

%

5

warrants

346,410 Cont Chic Corp
Preferred
47,753

103,600
9,000

Sale

Mar. 12

aVA
Sale

12

250

Mar. 27

27

11%

58

Sale

10

37

Mar.

5

3%
31%
2%

19% Sate
2% Sale

20

Mar.

24% Mar. 10
103% Mar. 2
95% Mar. 4

5%

10

12
3% Sale
30% Sale
2%
4
60
Sale
9% Sale

84

Sate

Co—*

980 Coleman Lamp A Stove

800

4

10
2

87
Sate

36
26

5*

4%
4%

5

2

Part

420 Chicago Towel Co conv pref *
*
464,200 Cities Service Co com

176,700
2,200

5%

25

certifs series 2....100

240

A

5*

10

14

2

58
10

100

Preferred

Sate

4%

A—...*

39

32

26

% Sate

Mar.

25

96

36%

24% Feb. 11
27

2

95

21% Mar.
101% Mar.

21% Sale
101% 102
95%
97

Sale
Sale

35%

4%

43,575 Chicago Investors Corp com *
Convertible preferred
*
2,350
10 Chic N S & Mllw com——100
Prior Hen preferred.—100
370

"100

32 %

25 %

540 Chicago Flexible Shaft com_5

13,275
1,400

96
Sate

32

610 Cherry Burrell Corp com...*
25,380 Chic City & Con Ry pt sh—*
2,400
Participation preferred—*
Certificates of deposit
*
410

8,450

23%
103%
95%

Sate

17

60,630 Central S W Utll com new..*
Prior lien preferred
..*
1,960
Preferred..
-—*
2,280
---*
650 Chain Belt Co com.

9.150

16%
94%
90
35%

Feb.

23% Mar. 26

Jan.

19
6

34

Jan.

25% Mar.

8

2

62

CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES.
In

March.

Since
Jan. 1*

Shares.

Shares.

STOCKS

Par.
47,200 Kellogg Switchboard com..10

37,250

90

40

30

Preferred.....
..100
200 Kirsch Co cony pref........*

50
10
130
400
210
460

36,850

.......

20 Kuppenheimer & Co B com 3
320 La Salle Ext Unir com.....10
800 Lane Drug com v t c
610 Lawbeck Corp allot certifs..*
600 Leath 8c Co com
...♦
Cumulative preferred....*
4,550
110,940 Llbby, McNeill 8c Llbby
10
1,050 Lincoln Printing Co 7% pf.50
.

"3~410

Common
12,810
1,700 Lindsay Light

700

10

com......

000

700

1,850
10

2,850
130

13,650
34,700
850
30

Preferred...............10

300
10,650
1,860
5,510
380
4,100
360
13,650
235,600
7,000
120

I&

Lion Oil Ref Co com..

._.*

McCord Manufacturing A..*
McGraw Electric com.......

McQuay-Norris Mfg.........*
McWllliams Dredging

50
Sale
Sale

11*
25
1*4

78""
1*4

15""
42

6*4

20

"Ts
85

9
15
Sale
43
Sale

8

10

5
50
50

Sale
80
Sale

4

Sale
80

IP —
1y» lQ
80
3

15*4
12
41
21
8

Sale

36

38*4
15*4 Sale
18

16*4 Bale
36*4 38

Sale
4

30
Sale

Mapes Cons Mfg Co cap.... -*

Sale
78

18*4

19*4

..—

40

3
2

6

Jan.

2

Mar. 3
Mar. 16

Jan.

7
2
5

7*4 Mar.
60
51

Jan.

Jan.
Mar. 30
Jan.
5

18*4 Mar. 19

18*4 Mar. 19

Feb.
4
Feb. 25
Mar.
3
Jan.
6
Mar. 19
Jan. 16
Mar, 16

Mar. 17
Mar. 3

1

1

Mar. 17
Mar. 3

25
1

*4 Max. 11

*4 Mar. 11

"78""

80
3*4

78

Mar. 19

82

Mar.

30

2*4
16

11*4 Mar. 16
11*1 Mar. 5

16

Max. 24

4

42
Sale

14*4 Mar. 26

Jan.

2

21*4 Maf.""6 "23 *4 "Mar .18

12*4 Sale
23

Jan.
Jan.

23
27

6

8*4 Sale

Mar. 11

8*4 Mar.

18*4 Sale

5*4 Sale

5*4 Mar. 31
35

35

15

22

IP IP

13*4

15

HM Sale

35

37

5*4 Sale
Sale
...

Mar. 13
Mar.
5
Mar. 28

18

15

13*4 Mar. 31
Mar.

3
Mar. 30
Mar. 24
Mar. 31
Mar. 19

37

Sale
4*4 Sale
15*4 Sale
35*4
—

28
4

15
40

6*4 Mar.
36
20
15

3

Mar. 25

15*4 Mar. 16
40

13*4 Max. 19
80

Mar. 10
Mar. 26
Mar. 10

Jan.

5

18*4 Mar. 19
Feb. 25

25

1*4 Feb. 25
*4 Feb. 18
83
5
16

Feb. 16
22
Mar. 24

Jan.

14*4 Mar. 26
42*4 Jan. 31
23*4 Mar. 18
Feb. 26
13
Feb. 24

9

10

Jan.
2
Jan. 14
Jan. 29
Feb. 19

Mar. 25
Mar. 28

6

Mar. 3
Feb. 13
5*4 Mar. 2

Jan. 13
Feb. 21
Jan.
2
Jan. 20

16

33

7*4 Mar.
60
51

Mar. 11

5

9*4—
12

Highest•

5*4 Mar. ,2
13*4 Mar. 19

25

25

41

9*4
19*4
6*4 Sale
25
35*4

18
34

Max.
Mar.

80

29

5 *4 Sale
16*4 Sale

60
50

1.

Sale Prices.

Prices.

3*4 Mar. 18
10*4 Mar. 30

Sale
Sale

3]

22

8*4

Highest.
Sale Prices.

4*4 Mar. 31

50*4

103
70

42

Co....*

Majestic Household Utllcom*
Manhatt-Dearborn Corp com*

Ask.

5
60
50

Lowest.

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

March 31

Ask. Bid.

10

"19"
"5".

March 2.
Bid.

11
70

70

Lindsay Nunn Pub $2 pref..*
Loudon Packing Co........*
Lynch Corp com ....

Ask

Sale
49

21

........

20

'

Bid.

Preferred... ...........100

2,700 Kentucky Util jr cum pref_50
9,900 Ken RadTube 8c Lpcom A..*
5,250 Keystone Steel 8c Wire com.*

1,040
3,850
3,150

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN MARCH.

Price
Jan. 2
1931*

Jan.

19

6*4 Jan. 23
8

40*4 Jan.
20

Mar. 25

25*4 Jan.
16*4 Jan.
40

15
2

Mar. 10

Mar. 30
Jan. 19
Mar. 31

31*4 Mar. 26

Mar. 10

Mar. 19

Feb. 25

40

7*4 Jan,

6

20*4 Feb. 17
Mar. 19

Marks Bros Theatres Inc—

070

Convertible preferred....*
7,350
33,300 Marshall Field 8c Co com...*
700 Material Service Corp com. 10
3,750 Meadow Mfg Co com........*

4,750
200

1,500

200
30
31,100
500
14,450

30
18,200
500

10.400

Memphis Nat Gas com......*
Mercantile Disc Corp A...
*
Mer & Mfrs Sec Cl A com...*

Metrop Ind Co allot ctfs....*
Mickelberry's Food Prod coml

450 Mid Cont Laund Inc A

'3,050
270,000
5,200
4,600
3,470

17 H Sale
40
47

20

12*4 Sale
5
21

50

J°

850
900
101,180
2,350
1,220
1,430
1,390

1 *4 Sale
19
Sale
'

Sale

Preferred

Common

*

.....

conv

A.*

1,700 Nachman Springfilled com.*
1,010 National Battery Co pref...*
6,900 Nat Elec Power A part
325
7% preferred
.........100

40

570

1,050
3,900
2,150

Nat Republic Invest Trust—
Allotment certificates....*
1,900
1
18,900 Nat Secur Invest Co com
6,575
i% cumulative pref....100

100

100 Nat Shareholders

com

31,800 National Standard com.....*
500 Nat Term Corp part pref
.*
6,700 Nat Union Radio Corp......*
53,200 Noblitt-Sparks Ind Inc com.*
17.550 North American Car com...*
4,200 Nor Amer Gas 8c Elec cl A..*
37,650 Nor Amer Lt & Power com..*
7,450 No 8c So Amer Corp A com..*
50
16,200 Northwest Bancorp com
*
1,950 Northwest Eng Co com...
580 Nor West Util pr lien pref. 100
1,400
7% preferred...........100

T.600
21,250
6,650
850

28,000
2,200
3,100
1,150
130

320
300

650 Ontario Mfg Co com........*
260 Oshkosh Overall Co com....*

240

400

8

1

■Ji

10*4
9

24*4

10
2

2*4
13

91

Convertible preferred. ...*;
420
*
400 Pac Pub Serv Co cl A conv

8

10

10
22

95

3*4 Sale
% Sale

24
94
94

41

42

32

33

31

5*4 Sale
67
10

67*4

J#
73

100

62*4 Sale
7*4
8
31*4 Sale
10

15

89*4

91*4
89*4

.....

t

8

4

5*4

20

11

650

.........

3,700
8,950
49,800

35,000

Pines Wlnterfront

50

1,550
9,300
3,100
16,085
4,675

""130
37,700
2,960

65,000
4,985
1,265
20,350
2,680
35,300
2,358
1,650
1,260
700
2,000
2,450

510

4,950
400

16,800
700
600

1,350
700

1,400
„

150

3,600

150
; 1.080
„

13,6001
*

Sale
Sale

2

Process Corporation com...*

4

200*4
200*4
Rights..................
16*4
6% preferred..
......100 123
7% preferred
100 124

Pub Serv of Nor 111 com.....*
Common

.........100

Sale

Raytheon Mfg Co

8

8*

W

3*4

"4*4
1

IP

3P

II
a*
31
14
101

Mar. 31

Mar. 24

3*4 Mar. 6
*4 Mar. 31

Sale

Mar. 3
Mar. 9
Mar. 18
Mar. 24
Mar. 25

5*4 Mar. 21
1

Mar. 12

135""
140

1

30

31

W*
33

70
10.

Mar. 12

Mar.

5

30*4 Max. 11

Mar.

6

7*4 Mar.

6

72
10

Mar. 12

Mar.

3*4
Sale

'"3 *4 "Mar."

27

41*4 Mar. 31
21 k Mar.
6

Sale
12
Sale

11

67

Mar.

9
Mar. 13

8*4 Mar. 28
30*4 Mar. 31

Sale

17

4*4 Mar.

88

Mar. 27
18*4 Mar.
Mar. 13 101
Mar.
93*4 Mar. 27
Mar.
10
5

Mar.

10*4
5*4
22*4
24*4
22*4

Mar.

Mar.

8*4 Mar.

4

Sale

32

16*4
16*4
4*4 Sale

Mar.

4

16*4 Mar. 28
4

Feb.
5
5
Feb. 24
Mar. 19
47*4
Feb. 21
31
9
13*4 Feb.
70*4 Mar. 6
11*4 Mar. 3
Jan.
7
37

Jan.

21*4 Feb.
10

61

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

12*4 Jan.
89*4 Jan.

20

Mar. 10
Mar.
2

Mar. 27

6*4 Mar. 17

lT" Sale" ""7*4 Mar.' "5

13~""Mar."l9

18*4 Mar.
102
98

85*4 Feb.

Mar.
9
Mar. 6
Mar. 6
Mar. 27
Mar. 16

9

Jan.
8
Mar. 11
Jan. 19
Jan. 30
18
Jan
2
24*4
5
Feb. 21
5
60
Feb. 21
60
8
Fed. 19 11*4
201
Jan.
2 225
2
13
9*4 Jan.
25
Jan. 23 36
2 22
15*4 Jan.
2
Jan.
6
6*4
5
4*4 Feb. 26
6
6
Jan.
13
4
Jan.
2
5*4

5

10*f

22]
20]

ik

4J4 Sale
4*4 Mar. 27
5*4 Mar. 16
242
Mar. 30 256*4 Mar. 10 200*4 Jan.
242*4 241
2 262
242
243
Mar. 2 200*4 Jan.
2 265
24854 Mar. 19 259
2 23
16*4 Jan.
135'""Mar." "5 137
Mar."l3 122*1 Jan. 15 137
143*4 139
Mar.
5 140*4 Mar. 26 xl29*4Jan.
5 147

ill

IS
34*4

95

160
Sale

2*4 Mar,
j

Sale

20*4
Sale
5

7*4

oV4

35
25

Sale

7

-24

100

954 Sale
73*4 76*4
45
45*4
4*4 Sale

2

Mar. 14

Feb. 18
Mar. 28 170
Jan.
5 120
Jan.
2
5
Jan.i 6 20*4
Jan.1 6 15*4
Jan.
7
6

6*4 Mar. 11

7

Mar. 11

Feb.

"34*4 Mar." 30

35

Mar. 10

26]
25]

Mar. 20
Mar.
2
Mar.
2
3
Mar.
Mar. 25
Mar. 19

151

5*4 Mar. 27

Mar. 28 163*4
Mar.
9 120
5
4*4 Mar. 6
20
Mar. 12 20*4
10
Mar. 28 15*4
5
Mar. 12
6

118

Mar. 10
Mar.

4

Mar. 17

Mar. 25
Mar. 21

Jan.

24*4
24*4
5*4
22*4

Mar. 28
Mar. 13

95

Mar. 25

Mar. 19
Mar. 16

9

25
95

8*4 Mar. 12
71*4 Mar. 2

12*4
75*4 Mar. 27

45

48

Mar. 23

4*4 Mar. 30

Mar.

2

5*4 Mar.

2

Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

19
5

8

30*4 Mar. 31
9
5

9*4 Mar. 12

36
22

34*4 Mar. 19

Jan.

8

33*4 Mar.

15
99

9

Feb.
Jan.

6

Mar.

Jan.

76
10

Jan.

47*4

Mar. 19
Mar. 23
11*4 Mar. 21
Mar.
6

Jan.

7*4 Feb. 27

Mar.

5

34*4 Mar. 19

24

Jan.

3*4 Feb.
64

9

8*4 Sale

l\%

47*4

6

31

4*4 Sale

Sale

91

2

95

Mar. 16

6*4 Mar. 31

6

150
119
4
19

100

Mar. 24
6

" Mar. 18
Feb. 16
Mar. 25
Jan. 14
Jan.
8

30

tP

Sale
262

Jan.

90

6

33

12

32

28

90

21
3

6

25

Feb. 28
Jan. 15

111
25]

Jan.

Feb.

43*4 Mar. 11

60"

33*4
21*4 Sale
4*4 Sale
9*4
7*4 Sale
5*4
5*4

Mar. 30

22

Mar.

40*4 Jan. 14

21

33

15*1

20

3*4 Mar.
*4 Jan.

7

3*4 Feb. 17

Jan.

9*4 Feb.

7
11

43*4 Mar. 11

22*4

9*4

Jan.

26

Mar. 26

21

8*4

Feb.
Jan.

41

23
6
70

5
60

Mar.

42*4

9

25
5
22




28
95
91

91

Sale

5

20

x

11

25

Jan.

26
9

Jan.

1 *4 Jan.
1*4 Feb.
10

Mar. 27

Jan. 14
10*4 Mar. 11
6
38*4 Jan.
Mar. 28
8
Jan. 29
25

Jan.

8

.

Mar. 30

25**
97

4*4 Jan.

Mar.
Mar. 11

Jan.

4*4 Mar.
22

Mar. 23
Mar. 12

24*4 Mar. 30

101*4
93*4 Sale

Rollins Hos Mills conv pref.*
Ross Gear 8c Tool com......*

No par value.

9*4 Mar. 20
20

.

Jan.

16
9
7
Jan.
7
90 *4 Feb. 16
Feb. 24
100
Mar. 25
85
Feb. 11
Feb. 20
24
Mar. 11
6

3*4 Feb.
19

11
Feb. 11

Feb.

3

Mar.

Mar. 16

2*4 Mar. 21
1*4 Mar. 21
13*4 Mar. 9

29

137*1

*

4,450 Saxet Co common..........*
1,285 Seaboard Pub Serv Co SO pfd *
Convertible preferred....*
3,205
54,650 Seaboard Util Shares com..*

Mar.

Mar. 23

24

133*4

*

Preferred

Mar, 20

24

Sale

Reliance Mfg Co Common. 10
Richards (Elmer) Co pref...*

150

10
25
Sale
Sale

67*4
8*4 Sale

Ryerson 8c Son Inc com....*
900 Sally Frocks Inc com.......*
3,670 Sangamo Electric Co.......*

'

-

Mar. 12
Mar. 28
Mar. 18

8

1*4
13*4 Sale

8*4

Mar. 12
Mar. 14
Mar. 10

6
21

22*4 Mar.
24*4 Mar.

129

10

corn...'.

5*4 Sale

Mar. 11

4*4 Mar. 6
24*4 Mar. 26
5*4 Mar. 30

27

Mar. 27

5
Feb. 17
Mar. 10

43*4 Feb.

Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

_

6

Jan.

23

79*4 Mar.
88*4 Jan.

Mar.

Jan.

5

Feb.

20

Mar. 31

4

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 2
Mar. 11
Mar. 27

15
9

100*4 Mar. 11

Feb.
Jan.
Jan,

Mar. 25
Mar. 25

Mar. 2
Mar. 11

95

Feb.

Mar.27
Mar. 9

14*4
4*4
23*4
25*4

17*4 Jan.
1*4 Jan.
IK Jan.
95
Jan.

18*4
38*4
*4
79

Jan.

23*4

Jan.

Mar. 25
Mar.
6

35

7*4

"4*4 ~"<T

1

17

Feb. 24
7

Mar.

42

Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

1

5
3

8

38

25

Mar.

94*4 Mar. 19
94*4 Mar. 25

22*4

252
252

Preferred.....
.......100
Railroad Shares Corp com..*

Reliance Internat Corp A

98
98
8*4 Sale

95*4
94*4

7*4

15

20
6

94
21

33

Mar.

Mar. 31

95

80*4 Sale
19

Feb.

IP
P

79*4 Mar. 30
88*4 Mar. 16

Sale

12
6

Sale
Sale
Sale

Q-R-S De Vry Corp (The)...*
Quaker Oats Co com........*

Rath Packing Co com

1*4
90

Mar.
Mar,
Mar.

Sale

6*4 Sale

590

3,925

151%

*4

k

Sale

Poor & Co class B common..*
Potter Co (The) com........*

46,600
1,130

120

500

150
200

5

61,500 Polymet Mfg Corp com......*

"7",300

•

com

Mar. 11
Mar. 30

1
19

10*4
5*4
20*4

201
10
28

11*4

5 100*4

38*4 Mar. 23
i
*4 Mar. 23
81*4 Mar. 30

95

21

70

Mar.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

10

25*4
2*4
3*4

2*4 Mar. 28

alK

Sale

Sale

42

Mar. 27
Mar. 10
Mar. 9
Mar. 4
Mar. 11

11*4 Feb. 11

Jan.

17*4 Feb.

Mar, 31

21*4 Mar. 31

100*4

31

24*4

9

15

14*4 Mar. 19

42

"23*4

101

Sale

9*4

"Mar.

94

18
3
55

5

100

Sale

Sale
8
Sale
Sale

Mar ."27

23*4 Mar.

17

22

100

"19*4

(The) Co com..10

3

Mar. 31
Mar. 12

10

1*4 Mar. 28

2*4

Sale

33*4 34
16*4 Sale

13*4

Pen

2*4

36

2*4 Mar. 24

6

23*4 Jan.
17*4 Jan.
1*4 Jan.

2

Sale

2

41

11*4 11*4
65*4 Sale

13

19*4 Mar.
42

12*4

22*4 23*4
21*4 Sale

20
25
91

f7

4

2

Sale

12

4*4

12*4

Mar .27

90

10

23

2,330 Parker

12

IP

31

2,400 Penn Gas 8c Elec A com....
600 Peoples Gas Lt & Coke
100
28,050
Rights.....
9,750 Perfect Circle (The) Co.....*

•

10

24*1

10 Peabody Coal Co B com.... .*
10
6% preferred...... .....100

20

4*4

22
Sale

42

Sale

25*4 Sale
7
8*4
1*4 Sale
40
40*4
26*4 Sale

24

21*4

94

37

Mar.

9
—

95

3*4 Sale'
*4 Sale

39*4

15

81

3
2*4
2*4 Sale
14*4
15*4

25

23*4 Sale

Without warrants..

40

36,475 Nat Family Stores Inc com..*
10
4,300 National Leather com
National Pub Service Corp—
(3H conv preferred
1,020
...»

9,950

4*4 Sale

15

Sale
90

4*4
7
23*4 Sale
6*4
7*4

*

2

Sale

Monroe Chemical Co com.

3,750 Muskegon Mot Spec

135

3*4

1*4

Sale

23

500

9,350
2,300

36

10*4 Mar. 19
31*4 Mar. 17
20

20

98

Mar. 13

18*4 Mar. 11
1*4 Mar. 11

39

Sale

9*4 Mar. 17
29

20

Sale

21

14

18*4

Sale
Sale

Monighan Mfg Corp A......*

830 Mosser Leather Corp com...*
1,100 Muncie Gear Co cl "A".....*

800

1

21
40*4
1*4
83
98
82*4
88*4

95*4 98
8*4 Sale

Mohawk Rubber Co com....*

40

220

Sale

95

......

13,550 Morgan Lithograph com....*

3,350

87

o9\H

Sale

$7 preferred
Mo-Kan Pipe Line Co com. .5
Modine Mfg com
...*

1,300

1,550

80*4
100

Mlnn-Mollne Pow Impl com.*
Miss Vail Util pr lien pref..*

610

300
200

Sale

44*4
12*4 Sale
1*4
4
22*4 22*4
24*4 Sale
2*| Sale

99*4 Sale

39*4 Sale

9*4

30 *4 Sale

10
15

41

3

...

40

11*4
32*4
20
154

9

.......

8,400 Midland Nat Gas Co part A.*
59,235 Midland United Co com....*
Convertible preferred....*
10,650
Warrants..
*
27,150
820 Midland Util 6% pr lien..100
1,015
7% prior lien....
....100
Preferred 6% A
810
.....100
Preferred 7% A
190
100
1,700 Miller & Hart Inc conv pref.*

18*4
1*4
15

........

400

200
220

18*4

20

17

210

500

31

7,250 Middle West Tel Co com....*
995,700 Middle West Utilities new—*
Warrants A
17,950
Warrants B
15,700
8,170
6% cum preferred-.......*

390
340

400
230

1054

Sale

2

7,450

37,650

Sale

*

3,100
13,300
3,100

400
250

6

27
16

4
29

24
3

Jan. 20
Jan.
7
Mar. 16
Mar. 25
Mar. 12
Jan.
Jan.
8
Jan.
2

Feb.

9

Feb.

7
7

Feb.

11

Feb.

14

Mar.

6

Mar. 27

Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Feb.

26
21
21
24
14
15
10
2
17
26
19
16
27
26
2

13
14

Mar. 27
Jan.

Mar.

27

4

Feb. 26
Jan. 28
Mar. 21
Mar. 14

8
7*4 Jan.
6*4 Feb. 16

38
29
26

9

IP
IP
48.

Feb. 28
Feb. 18
7

Jan.

Mar.

2

Feb.

9

Mar. 25
Max. 19
Jan.
7
Feb.
6

5*4 Jan,

Ex-dividend

i

9

*

63

CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
AGGREGATE
In

SALES.

PRICES

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE!

Shares

STOCKS

Jan. 1.

March.

250
50

3,870 Signode Steel Strap Co pf_30
460
200

March 2.

1931.
Bid.

Shares

-

RANGE

IN MARCH.

SINCE JAN.

Common

*

Purchase warrants..

19
9

Ask

Sale
Sale

Bid.

16*
"""

Ask.

18
8*

17*

16

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

16* Mar. 7
6* Mar. 12

24

Mar. 20

Mar. 14

11

Mar.

*

*

...

16* Mar.
7
4* Mar. 24

15* Mar. 13
21* Mar. 16

7

.....

30

880 Slvyer Steel Casting Co com.*

17

21

15

16

20

21*

22

24

5,700

..25
1,150 So Colo Pow Elec A com
*
15,570 Southern Union Gas com
Rights..
2,350

10

10 Southwest Dairy Prod com..*

7*

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

450

9* Sale

8*

16

Mar.

9

2

16* Feb. 19
4* Mar. 24
* Feb.
6
13
Feb. 13
19
Jan. 15
7* Jan. 10
»,e Feb. 19

.........

640

1,070
1,940
2,000
17,900
8,400

190

5,750

2,100

,

Southw G&E Co

1*
96*

*

270 Storkllne Fur cony pref
25
1,200 Studebaker Mall Order cl A.*
Common
*
350
200 Stuz Motor Car com........*
4,350 Super Maid Corp com.......*
380 Sutherland Paper Co com..10
.........

1,250

13" 680

Mar. 20

8

Mar. 18

*

*

6*
2*
*

9
4
1*

9*
3
1*

6

Sale

8

11

29* Sale

2,730 Telephone Bond Ac Share A.*
First preferred.........100
1,020 Tenn Prod Corp com.......*
130 Texas~Louisiana Pow pf..l00

240

950

14,850 Thompson (J R) com
25
8,000 Time-O-Stat Controls pf A-*
4,650 Transformer Corp of Am com*

360
50

450 Twelfth Street Stores A....*
Stock purchase warrants..
50

53
99
3

54
102

6*
76

25

26 *
16* Sale

10*

13*

4

1* Mar. 4
98* Mar. 17
93* Mar. 9

7

39

30

5,500

Mar. 31

91

15

130
800
110

96

93

25

47,030 Swift & Co stk
91,700 Swift International....

38,900

Sale

91

1* Mar.

5*
2*
*

*

4,350 Stelnite Radio Co..........*

120

97

93

1*

94*
9* Sale
4* Sale
1
8*
* Sale

Spiegel May Stern Inc com..*
Standard Dredge con? pref.*
Common..
._..„*

150 Standard Pub Service A

97

91

7% pref_100

Southw Lt 8c Power pref

1,350

200

1.

Price
Jan. 2

Since

55
103

6*
70

Sale

55*
104

'

1

8*
4*

4* Mar. 18

9* Mar.

2

Mar.

7

5

7

5*
5*
7* 10
28* Sale
38* Sale

53* 56
100* 103

9
72

32* Sale
25

8

4*

* Mar. 25

* Mar. 19

1

Mar. 10

1

Mar.

9* Mar. 12
3* Mar. 3

5"'Mar.~27
28* Mar. 30
36* Mar. 4
54
103

2

30* Mar,

6

40

Mar. 26

55

Mar.
Mar.

63

Mar.

6

3* Sale
12*
*
*

2

87* Jan. 22
9* Feb. 27
8
Mar. 18

3*
9* Sale
* Sale

Jan.

Mar. 20

12

Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

*
1*
98*
94*
9* Feb.

22

18
14
4

17
26

27

Jan.
Jan.

13
3

2
5

9

Jan.

2

1

Feb. 24

10

0

6* Jan.
* Jan.

23

Mar.

9

Feb.

19

2

Jan.

19

Jan.

6

1

Jan.

6

6
2
8* Feb. 19
28* Jan. 22
34* Feb.
2

19

Jan.

6

7
10

Feb. 11
Feb. 21

9

18* Jan.
4* Jan.

51* Feb. 13

Mar. 11

100
5

Mar.

4

63

Mar.

70
34

Mar,

29* Mar.

3

25

«

3

Jan.

2

8* Mar. 25
* Mar. 31

Mar.

4

3

5

Mar. 26

55* Feb. 25
Feb. 25
Feb.
9

5

"3* Mar." 13
* Mar. 31

30* Jan.
40

2

10

Mar.

8* Mar.
* Mar.

Jan.

3* Mar.

Jan.
6 104
Jan. 14
7*
Mar. 25
70
Jan.
3 34

16* Jan.
3

17
24

16
8

Feb.

4

6* Mar. 13

103

26

10

4

7

9* Jan. 19
* Feb.
6

1

3

6* Mar.
29* Sale

1 * Mar.
94
Jan.

Jan.

20

Feb, 17
Mar. 8

leS: 2i
11

Feb. 10
* Mar. 31

Twin States Natural Gas—

4,000

12,100

Participating A

*

1* Sale

1

Sale

1

Sale

J

1,200 Union Carbide 8c Carbon. ..*

600

15,450 United Amer Util Inc

4,000
2,050
4,300
21,200
1,050
550
-

50 United Pub Utll $6 pref...
'.20
46,500 U S Gypsum.......

40

430

200

#

1,100

251,850
10,250
18,200
5.950
6,650
4,550

552.400
49,600
54,150
22.850
15,750
13,800

1,890
1,710
2,450
5,000
3,350

1,050

93,250

..*

....

50

15,450

com.

*»
Class A
9,350
8,337 Unit Corp of Amer pref..
United Gas Corp common
77.400
2,750 United Ptrs & Pubs com..
Convertible preferred__
1,450

Preferred.......

100

U S Lines Inc pref........

5,400

Wahl Co

14
38
117

15

.....

25

6

13

65
125
5

6*

Sale
22*
Sale

44

.....

19

25*
2

com

""l40

27

9*
20

Sale
Sale

530

700

2,990 Waukesha Motor Co

com.

*

12*
97

45

Sale

9

Sale

19* Sale
30* Sale
14* Sale

"25*
8*

26*
Sale
Sale

21*
27*
3

Sale
Sale

3*

2*
10

104
60

8
12
Sale

70
8

5*

7

22

6*
24*

12

15*

14

150

430 Western Grocer Co com..-.25

12*

16*

13*
22*
1 *

T

Sale

__*

22* Sale
2

329

125,110 Wextark Radio Stores com.*
_..._*
779 Wieboldt Stores Inc

100

300 Williams OlI-O-Mat com....*

12
5

100 Wil-Low Cafeterias Inc com.*

27,890 Wisconsin Banksharescom 10

Sale

100

22,350 Yates-Amer Mach part pref.*
8,600 Yellow Cab Co Inc (Chic)..*
._*
57,255 Zenith Radio Corp com.




6

6

4* Sale
2*

9

Mar. 30

Mar.

2

Mar.

2

Mar. 12
Mar.
2

4* Mar. 20
13* Mar. 19
63* Mar. 13

Mar. 19

38

Mar. 23

4* Mar.

7

4

Sale

8

Sale

25* Mar.
3

4

34* Mar. 25

Mar. 13

4* Mar. 26
9 * Mar.

6

18* Sale

18

Mar. 28

19* Mar.

2

27

27

Mar. 30

30* Mar.
14* Mar.

6
2

Sale

11* Sale

'28*

Sale
11* Sale
5
7*
20* Sale
27* Sale
2

7* Mar. 31

10* Mar. 30

Sale

Sale

20
20

12* Feb. 24

\hh

Feb.
Jan.

16* Jan.
65

Mar.

26
2
7
2

Jan.

2

49

Mar. 19

Jan.

2 130

Mar. 23

116*
4* Mar.

7

6* Jan.
34*
5*
9*
19*
30*

7

Mar. 25

51*
5

5

27

Jan.

27

20

Mar. 28

23

Mar.

9

26* Mar. 30

28* Mar. 20

2* Mar.
22* Mar.

29* Mar. 26

3

Mar.

4

2

23

Mar.

3

29

Feb.

17

Jan.

2

Feb.

6

2

22* Mar. 31

Mar.

3

Mar.

2

95

Jan.

52* Mar.

64* Mar.

9

45

Jan.

3

14

Mar.

Mar. 10
Mar. 25

12

Jan.

8

Mar. 27

2

Jan.

10

Jan.

5

6*

6*
21*
5

Sale

21*
Sale

6

15

21* Mar.

23

Sale

11*

Jan.

21* Jan.
Mar.

1* Mar.
12

Mar.

6

Mar.

2* Mar. 3
12* Mar. 26
6

Mar.

2

5* Mar. 11
10* Mar. 20

Sale

4

Mar. 30

22* 23
3* Sale

22

Mar. 14

3* Mar. 30

6*
10*
6*
23*
5*

Mar. 4
Mar. 20
Mar. 2
Mar. 19
Mar. 2

9
4

Feb.

10

15

Mar.

12* Mar.

29

25

104

16*
22*

6

5

Mar.

14* Mar.

26

Mar.

5

Mar.

Mar.

17
27

Feb.

Feb.

Mar. 26

14

Feb.

Feb.

1* Feb.
18* Feb.

10

6

6

.Tan.

8

Mar.

14

1* Sale
13
11*

13*

26

27

25

10

Sale

14* Feb.

9

102

22

2

12* Mar. 4
8* Mar. 12

8

Sale

16

Jan.

9

2

29

18

14

2

2

2
3

117

15

~ Jan.
22* Jan.
15

3

28

"13"

2

8* Mar.
3* Mar.

Mar.

55

14* Jan.
2* Jan.
5* Jan.

25* Mar.

8

i2oH
104

28
Sale

9

10

21

Feb.
Feb.

6
6

8* Mar. 12

3

9

29* Mar. 26
10

2*
10

Mar. 26
Jan. 20

Jan.

6

Mar.
17 104
2
Feb. 2l
2
73
29
6* Feb. 24

28
22

Feb.

25

2

Jan.

23

13

15

Mar. In
Jan.
ft

20

20* Jan. 20
5
* Feb.

23
3>

.Tan.

o

12

14* Jan.

I5

Feb.

9

5* Jan.

23
7

5

5* Sale

110 Woodruff & Edw Inc part A .*

3,100
1,700
12,650

13*

9
16

Mar. 31

19

5

5,740

28* Sale

23* Sale
9*

20*

A

5
17

4

6

Mar. 10

6* Jan.

29* Sale
4* Sale

150 Wayne Pump Co com
...*
Convertible preferred....*

5,230 West P L 8c Tel class

Jan.
Jan.

2

20

63* Mar. 13

810 Western Con Utll Inc A—.*

2,270
60,300

68

30

42* Mar. 10
126* Mar. 28
4* Mar. 7

450

1,060

29

2

Sale

6*

2

Jan.

59

Mar.

9*

8

10

Mar.

Jan.

* Feb. 18

2

Mar. 18

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Sale

130

6

4,885 Ward (Montgom) & Co cl A.*

1* Mar.

Mar. 12
31

4*
9*
4*
13*

14

...»

com

Stock purchase warrants.*
70
150 Warchel Corp com.........*
Convertible preferred....*
250

2

Mar. 10

12

Sale

4

Pref

* Mar.

67* Mar. 24
6* Mar. 10

70
Sale

Sale
12* Sale
11* Sale

Sale

Sale

9

698*
13

66
Sale

Sale
Sale

22

4.260 Vorclone Corp part pref
10,100 Vortex Cup Co com......
Class A
7,850

93,250 Walgren Co

"16"" Sale"

15

com

Common non-voting
100 Van Slcklen Corp part A-.

70

Sale
Sale

14*
2*
5*

Utility & Ind Corp com
Convertible preferred..,
Utilities Pow 8c Lt Corp A

2,390 Viking Pump Co
Common
1,880

12
7

5*

U S Radio 8c Teley com

Utah Radio Products

57*
57*
6* Sale

Jan.

5* Jan.
10* Feb.

2

4

Jan.

20

Jan.

20
30

2* Jan.

2

2

6

Jan.
Jan.

g
f

6* Jan. lc
D
if)* Feb.
Fnb.

10

23* Mar. Is
5* Feb. 27
9

*

Boston Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

1931.

March
Jan. 1 to March 31

aggregate

sales.

1930.

719,548
2,301,513

Shares

1,111,602
3,396,927

PRICES
Jan.

BONDS

1.

Jan.

$

3,000

30,000

26,000
15,800
1,000

"i",66o
19,000

T,66o

Bid.

156,000
20,000
5,000
29,000
51,000
12,000
1,0 0
81,000
40,800
1,000
1,000
1,000
19,000
5,000
1,000

3,000
6,000
11,000
42,000
6,000

6,000

19,665

Amoskeag Mfg Co 6s
Boston & Maine

..1948

March 2

Ask.

Bid.

75

5s.

1940

Ask.

78

80

95%
74%
94%

95

"93%

"94%

95%
102
102% 103

100%

Ry & Term 6s

Mass St KR

ser

1951

A 4^,»

1948

Series B 5s

1948

66

76

25

28

72
25

32%

30%

—-

80

1396

37%

77

78

Mar.

7

79

Mar. 14

78

Mar.

7

79

92

Jan.

28

92

Mar^l4
Jan. 28

82% Mar.

6

82% Mar.

Hood Rubber 7s
Houston Lt

& Pow

4%s_197H

Iowa Central Ry 5s
Kan

-----

76

85

Income 5s

1934

Mass Gas

1931

-

Nat Hun Ind & Mtg In 7s 1948
New Eng Power Assoc 5s

98

70

80"" "82~"
100% 101

77
86

86

101%

-u._

91

94

91

106

119

115

120

7%s

60%

1944

Boston 8c Albany
Boston Elevated

Sale

88
102

Feb.

100% Jan.

2

Feb.

92

106

Jan.

115

Feb.

25

Mar. 25

Feb.
Mar.

19
2

102%

102% Mar. 17 102% Mar. 17

101%

Sale

66%

Jan.

10

Jan.

69

Jan.

12

Jan.

85

Jan.

19

102% Mar. 17

102% Jan.
99

Mar.

Mar.

9

2 101% Mar.

9

9

97

101% Sale

101% Mar.

183

Mar. 10
179% Mar. 4 185
68% Mar. 14 72% Mar. 28

Jan.

97

Mar.

99

Jan.

97

Mar.

100% Feb.

101% Jan.

173% Jan.
68% Mar.

185

12

9

28

Par.
„

100
100

173% Sale
72%

180

70%

71%

83

80

82

"99%

103

101

100

88

93

90

137% —L.
70
98

Sale
100

168

Common
110 Conn 8c Pass River pref...100
366 East Mass St Ry Co
100
First preferred
491
100

Sale

Sale

101
88

Sale"

84

Mar. 14

81

Mar.

5

Mar.

2 101% Mar. 17
Mar. 16
90
Mar.
9

Jan.

83

Jan.

5

98% Jan.

103
90

Jan.

12
6
26

121 Norwich & Worcester pf_100
929 Old Colony..........
..100
50

184 Providence 8c Worcester.. 100
367 Vermont 8c Massachusetts 100

Sale
Sale

Sale

137%
182%

155
105
5
6

60

Jan.

71% Mar.
86% Jan.

69

99

105

Sale

6

75% Sale

90

7

Sale

61

Feb.

27
24

60

Jan.
Jan.

75
115

Jan.

100
95

Jan.

103

Feb.

Feb.

20
3
5

Mar. 17

182

Mar.

103% Mar. 16 105

Mar.31

Jan.

105% Jan.

Mar.

Mar.

100
155

1

Mar.

9

Sale

9

3 155

3

Mar.

Mar. 27

Mar.

5

Mar. 24

155

Mar.

103

Jan.
Mar.

2

Jan.

4

3

60

Jan.

63

82% Mar
112% Mar.

91% Mar. 10
112% Mar. 23

108

Jan.

92% Feb. 25
112% Mar. 23

140

Mar.

140

Mar. 24

130

Jan.

142

Feb.

14

130% Mar.
55% M^r.

140

Mar.

125

Jan.

140

Mar.

Jan.

1
19
9

Feb.

16

Mar.

175

180

Mar.

121

118

120

Mar.

Sale

S*

6

5

136

138

Feb.

16

63

82% Sale

60c

3

28
Mar.
3
Jan. 14
Jan.
5
Mar. 24

Mar. 25

6H Mar.

Mar.

130% Sale
62% Sale
180

105

107

102% Jan.
-----

140"" 150"
56%

Jan.

145

130

-----

Jan.

100

Jan.

3
Sale

21

112

168

140

175

6

Mar. 11

Feb.

Jan.

127% Mar.

135

57% Sale

Mar.

Mar. 12

112

105

155

Sale

108% 113
130

Mar. 25

73

Mar. 20 115
Mar. 11
99

60

Jan.
Jan.

31

Mar. 27
127% Mar. 16 145
174
Mar. 26 182% Mar. 3

155

5

,

3

62

Mar. 31

104

~_8~" III"

2

69

110

1%
10
8

Sale

110

178

103

63

1%

Mar.

100
138

100

65c

100

1,993
Adjustment.
100
2,086 Maine Central.
.......100
3,723 N Y N H 8c Hartford
100
47 Northern New Hampshire 100

107%
72%
110%

84

71% Mar. 12 71% Mar. 12
98
Mar. 16 102
81%
Mar. 27
122%
Mar. 20 108
Mar.
5
105% 106% 105

Mar. 10

73

Jan.

80

70

83
125

102%

18

RR

88%

80

61

104% Sale

Preferred B.._.__

185

71% Sale
81%
82%

Sale

70

100

25

Mar.

102
97

101

Ser B 1st pref stamped..100
Ser C 1st pref
stamped..100

19,670 Pennsylvania

110% Mar. 21 115

Feb.

6
26
25
17

66% Jan.

102%
100%

116 Chic Jet Ry 8c U S Y Pref.100

30

110% Sale

Jan.
Jan.

28

85

102%

Ser D 1st pref stamped..100

303

Mar. 25

Feb.

100% Jan. 25
80% Mar. 25

92

1941
1932

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 16

82% Mar.
16
99
100

80% Mar.
88

101% Mar. 10 102

101%

.

[

69

27

6,228

"80% Mar."25 "80% Mar."25

73%

137% Sale

10

82

1937

6,115 Bost 8c Maine prior pf stpd 100
Set A 1st pref stamped..100
1,538

25

99

94

1935

6

Jan.

100

100% 100%

1934

Pocahontas deb 7s

82% Mar.

98% Feb.

100

99%

131
278 Boston 8c Providence.....100

1,179

6

98

100

99%
99

117

96

85

16

4a. 1934

Second preferred.
30 Boston & Maine Pref

507

76

....1938

City Mem 8c Blrm

Series A 1st pref unstpd

3

51%

94%

Hungarian Disc & Ex Bk 7s'63

Class C 1st preferred... 100
Class D 1st preferred...100

20

7
2

Mar. 16

100

165

44

Jan.

52

321

34

Mar. 16

Feb.

48

100

mmm, «•••«*

35

32% Mar. 16

2

259

18

2

Feb.

3,133

116

7

30

23% Feb.

Mar. 16

1,203

704

Feb.

21% Jan.

5

27
9

52

100

264

Jan.

48

First preferred

99

3

Jan.

35
72

16

44

900

468

Mar.

15 103

Mar. 16

35

51%

'

423

33

Mar. 16

Mar.

95

Mar. 16

364

2,925

Mar. 30

Mar. 26

97

76% Mar. 25

48

STOCKS

15

30

81

44

Shares

—

101 % Jan.
30% Jan.

72

"26% Mar."12 "32% Mar."i6

Mar. 16

76 % Mar. 25
7
93% Jan.

Mar. 16

57

100

-

97

Mar. 16

Preferred

m «•

Mar. 16

48

Wash & Sub Co 5%s
Western Tel 8c Tel 5s

*

Mar. 26

97

44

Swift A: Co 5s

—

81

76% Mar. 25 76% Mar. 25
Mar.
5
94% Mar. 9 95
Mar.
3
102% Mar. 3 103

Sale Prices

48%

659

m.

9

Mar. 16

72% Mar.

80

27% Sale
30

Highest.

Sale Prices.
71
Feb.
7

48

102

w.

Lowest.

Prices

1948

2,081
4,478

«*'«,

Sale

1948

2,079

«.

Highest

Prices.

1948

Seviila-Biltmore

725

1.

Series E 6s

Texas Power & Light 5s..1956

Shares.

JAN.

Series D 6s

Ruhr Chemical Corp 6s_.1948
Second Internat Sec 5s..1948

io~666

103

33
51%

P C

20,000

SINCE

Series C 6s

New Engl Tel 8c Tel 5s...1932

1,000

78

29%

New River 5s

"8,666

Sale

97

Chic Miiw & St Paul 5s
Dallas

RANGE

Lowest.

March 31.

74

72

1946

Chic Jet Ry 8c U S Yds 4s. 1940

.

Ask. Bid.

88

71

4%8.T_.1944

Brown Co 5%s

MARCH.

$518,300
1,763,540

2

1931.

%

55.000
20,000
5,000

IN

1930.

*

Price

Since

March.

1931.

$184,000
732,400

-

Jan. 1 to March 31

BOSTON

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

Bond Sales.
March

Mar.

63

-

1

10

75% Jan.

62% Mar.

2

180

Mar.

3

175

Jan.

120

Mar. 27

118

Jan.

55% Mar.

Jan.

10

Jan.

10
3

Mar.

68% Feb.
180
122

MISCELLANEOUS—

2,405
2,005

7,836 American Founders Corp....
7,418 Amer & Continental Corp...

90

550

55

1,645

44

493

41

41

10,852
6,685
3,050
1,544

27.870
12,885
5,397
3,362

74

230

1,312
1,513
88

11,710
5

""123

20

7

5

•No par

40

44

9

39

44

Amer Telep 8c Teleg

100

Amoskeag Mfg Co

*

Aviation Sec of New Engl

Bigelow-Hartf Carpet.....,*

Preferred....

....

100

178% Sale
7
7%
1%
2%
24
22%
83%
82%
19
18%
50

10%

197%
8%

Sale
Sale

4

Sale

26

Sale

Preferred..

7

39%

3

9

8
40

Mar.

Mar.

42

187% Mar.

2

7
Mar. 11

3

9% Mar. 10
Mar. 14+
39
7
Mar. 12
7
199% Mar. 10 176%
43

f!%

Sale

13%

Sale

8

Mar.

14

Mar. 26

7

5

4

Mar.

28

Mar,

5% Mar. 26
28% Mar. 27

24

Jan.

Mar,

85

Mar.

2

80

Mar,

Jan.

5% Mar. 26

2% Jan.

17% Jan.

21% Fen. 24

48

50

48

Mar,

55

Mar.

3

48

66

5

8

5

Mar,

5

11%
21%

Sale

10% Mar. 30
28% Mar. 20

Mar. 17

16% Mar. 14
28% Mar. 20

7

2%
21%
80%
93%

1%
Sale
82

94%
26% Sale

3%
23

261

18%

"28""
Sale

Sale

8

Sale

23
81

Sale

92%
23%

Sale

44

Sale
24
45

95% 100
5
3%
20

25

6% Mar. 6
1% Mar. 25
21% Mar. 2
79% Mar. 16
92

8

Mar.

3

2% Mar.
5
27% Mar. 20
82% Mar. 10

33
85

Mar,

5

2% Jan.

7% Jan. 19
5
18% Jan.
50

100

Ex-divldend.

Feb.

Jan.

6

95

18

Feb.

Mar. 12
201% Feb. 26
Mar. 26
14

7

Mar.

94

245% Sale
17%
16%

11
44

Mar.

21

45

2

Jan.
Jan.

11
20
13

4%
26%

51

77
Sale

20

Feb.

Mar,

22

i

2

Feb.

4

15%

Jan.

20

13% Sale
18
60
Sale

7%

5% Mar.

3% Jan.
9% Jan.

Sale

44

x

Mar.

5% Mar.
15% Mar.

21

5

16

Corp..

1,090 Economy Grocery Stores...*
8,323 Edison Elec Illumination.100
6,500 Employers' Group Assoc T C.

188% Sale

Mar.

21%

43

Assessment paid,

4% Mar.
14% Mar.

4

56

20%

50

Preferred
Crown Cork Internet




4%
Sale

Sale

»

a

3

80

First preferred.........100
110 East Util Inv Corp cl A

value

4%
14%

25
80

85

Sale

2

245

3,074
1,680

4

7

........50

& Fuel Assn com
7,859
4V$ % preferred
3,093
100
6% preferred
6,113
100
12,927 Eastern SS Lines, Inc new..

220

3

preferred

Eastern Gas

100

5%

10

2% Sale

975 East Boston Land.........10

945

3,851
1,518
3,840
2,410

First preferred
2d

i9,059 Columbia Graphophone.....
160 Continental Securities Coro
1,831

9

Pneumatic Service...25
Preferred
50

4.117 Boston Personal Prop Trust..
1,733 Brown5cCo pref.....
1,185 Brown & Durrel Co Common.

5

3% Sale

Amer

Jan.

Jan.

Jan.
Feb.

20
3
27

Mar. 17

16% Mar. 14
28% Mar. 20
Jan.

19

50

6% Mar. 6
1% Mar. 25

8

Mar.

2

Jan.

77
89

3

Jan.

27

3

Jan.
Jan.

85
95

19
3

16
Mar. 20
Jan. 23

Mar. 23

95

23% Mar. 30
43% Mar. 30
97% Mar. 19

26% Mar.

7

19% Jan.

2

45

4

42%

Jan.

30

94

Jan.

2

Mar. 19

5

Feb.

,

Mar. 11

Mar.

97% Mar. 19

2

2% Feb.
21

254

Sale

254

18

Sale

18

Mar. 13
21
Mar. 13
Mar. 28 262
Mar.
3
Mar. 4
19% Mar. 2

18
240

Jan.
Jan

17% Jan.

.

S*

97%
3%
19
22%
19 266%
20

Jan.
Fob.

21
24

Fob.

17
6

24
9
Feb. 28
Feb.

Feb.

65

BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE
AGGREGATE

SALES.

In

2
1931.

Since

Jan. 1.

Shares.
185
35

Shares.

50

428

735

2,115

280

765

10

30

80

330

10
8
Sale
6
30

34X

37%

A

Mar.

2

Mar. 10

16

Mar. 19

Mar. 30

4

Mar.

4

9

Mar.

3

3734 Mar. 24
17H Mar. 18

6
30

~30%

9% Mar.

6
Sale

5

Mar.

5

28X Mar.

4

Mar.

4

6

4

6

30

"75""

...

6

Jan, 30
Feb. 10
834 Jan. 21
6
Feb. 21
2134 Jan.
2
16

534
1034
3834
1734

Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.

3

Feb.

10

Feb.

26

734 Mar. 3
3434 Feb. 24
Jan.

6

Mar. 12

4

Mar.

4

20

Mar. 11
Mar.
6

20

Feb.

7

6
21

Jan.

34

32

Mar. 25

34

Feb.

12

Sale"

11

95

Sale

95

Mar.

Mar. 14
6

1334 Mar. 3
9534 Mar. 12

Sale

27

28

24

Mar.

90

87

90

90

Mar. 10

28
90

2

Mar. 12
Mar. 10

10
27
25
18

10

Mar. 25

20
32

80

19

Jan.

Mar. 11

4

21

1134 Mar. 28
734 Mar. 3
3434 Mar. 16

95

93^

3

434 Jan. 27
2934 Jan.
2
3

12

12

95

90%

Preferred

Highest.
Sale Prices.

24

Sale

15
atk tr ctfa

17

29% Sale
5

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

7
35

7

8

20
34

Highest.
Sale Prices.

3

Sale
Sale

I*
5

Lowest.

Ask.

6

36

17

21 X

Class B

com

9X
Sale

"3%

~2l"

Preferred

1,605 Hygrade Lamp

560

8

9

•
410 Greenfield Tap & Die
25
135 Greif Bros Coopge cl A com.*
618 Hathaway Bakeries class A..

45

3
Sale

2

23,204 Gillette Safety Razor Co

6,704

1.

Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.
Sale
3X

17

5 Georgian, Inc (The) common
Class A preferred..
20
1..368
430 Gilchrist Corp

215

March 2.
Bid.

3

oS*

30

320 German Credit In? 1st pref.

492

Ask.

Bid.

868 Gaheston Houston ElecPrlOO
470 General Alloys Co

110

1

STOCKS

11,845 General Capital Corp

mmm —

JAN.

SINCE

Pries
Jan.

March.

3,360

RANGE

IN MARCH.

PRICES

BOSTON
STOCK EXCHANGE

J

5
17
2

11

Mar. 14

1534 Jan.

2

94
19

Jan.

23

96

Jan.

28

Jan.

5

28

Mar. 12

85

Feb.

3

90

Mar. 10

734 Jan.

7

8

Internat Button Hole Sew¬

2,744 Internat Hydro Elec Sys cl A
13,280 Jenkins Television Corp com

612

6,595
157
222

7,950
208

504 Llbby McNeil Libby

■

16,535

105

10

841

100

100

*»*>•»•*«*

~

m

_

190

10

20,978 Shawmut

Assn T C
40 So N Engl Ice Co Common..

Stone & Webster Inc cap stk.
Swift Ac Co New

25,864
5,254
2,712 Torrington Go (new)
9,820 Traveler Shoe Co

*
com...

5

8,911
6,643
1.771

23,329 United Founders Corp com
17,415 United Shoe Mach Corp
25
Preferred
25
5,134
1,000 U S & Brit Inv Co com..

3,183

U S Elec Power

Corp

*

U S & Internat'l Sec Corp—
Common
185

100

Utility

Equities

div priority

Corp

2,550 Venezuela Holding Corp
1,840 Venezuelan Mex Oil Corp..16
....»
1,882 Waldorf Tystem Inc

tm «• w.

—

24,946

Warren Bros

84

Sale

Mar. 31

75c

1.00

2% Sale

75c Mar. 23

2% Mar. 27

Mar. 12

834 Mar. 16
4J4 Mar. 16
Mar.

87

5

75c Mar. 23

334 Mar. 23

Mar.

6

26

Mar.

70X Mar.

3

80

Mar. 11

23
80

26
90

19
ia

Sale

19

Mar.

Sale
139
9% Sale

139

Mar.

26

—

4

-

23 X

Sale
7%
8

52
15

15%
IX

13 M

Sale

15X Sale

20

17
50c
u

"2.6b

23

Sale

Sale

6

23

234
934
834
334

Jan.

19

Jan.
7
Jan.
3
Feb. 19
Jan.
3

Mar. 17

3034 Mar. 10
5

Mar. 00

1334 Feb. 21
934 Jan.
9
5

Feb.

10

85

Jan.

7

89

Jan.

28

Feb.

2

1434 Feb. 20

75c. Jan.

2

234 Feb. 11
Jan.
8
5634 Jan. 19

23

4

17

3

130

Jan.

1034 Mar

26

8
Mar, 19
3
15c Mar

15c Mar.
50c Mar.

2

Mar

25

734 Mar

4

6

40

25

6

Mar.

48

Mar.

50

Mar

5

16

15

Mar.

1534 Mar

11

Sale

42 ^
28 %

Sale
29

Sale
45c
75c

43

6 fi

47% Sale

IX
13 H

13H

47

Sale

30

Sale

45

46

28%
44%

29X
45

75

90

60

13% Mar. 30

1534 Mar.

2

5434 Mar. 21

75c

2

28

2

5

3

Sale
Sale

4%

Sale

21

Feb.

16

Feb.

25

Jan.

11
3

5434 Mar. 21
3034 Jan.
5
47
Feb.
9
134 Jan. 13

43
Jan.
40c Jan.

2834 Mar.

Mar. 25

1534 Feb. 28
134 Feb. 28

1334 Jan.
20
Jan.
3734 Feo.

Mar.

80

Jan.

634 Jan.

29%
5
6X
9% Sale
50% Sale
31
31M
28%

4%
6H Sale
57 % Sale

50

Jan.

Mar.

14

134 Jan.

Jan.

47

Mar. 19
Jan. 22

754 Feb. 25

1434 Jan.

30

Mar. 21

3

25

Mar.

43

4

15c

Mar.

44% Mar. 4
29X Mar. 21

2

Mar.

8

Mar.

1534 .Tan.

1

IX

Sale

45c

31

IX

15

80

21
Feb. 16
Jan.

1034 Mar. 26

15c. Jan.

50c

50c Mar

21% Mar.

2

334 Jan."

142

534 Jan.
8

75c. Jan.
30

2134 Mar.

Jan.

Mar

2134 Mar,
142

7% Mar.
Mar.
8

47

54

14% Sale
1
IX

10

8

-

40c

20

24%
5
6%
8% Sale

54% Sale
31X

31

24% Mar. 30
5

Mar. 23

8X Mar. 28
54% Mar. 20
31

Mar.

3

Mar. 23

5

1034 Mar. 2
5634 Mar. 3
3134 Mar. 21

36

37

7% Sale

5% Sale

Mar. 30

5

Mar. 31

3734 Mar. 23
8
Mar. 2

2X Mar. 17

37

2

234 Mar. 17

3

7734 Mar. 31

85c Mar. 27

90c Mar. 27
2
Mar.
3

Jan.

"IX Janl'lS

1934
434
634
5434

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

30

Feb.

18

534 Jan.
1034 Mar.

11
2

Jan.

2

31
3

Jan.

3134 Jan.

21

Jan.
Jan.

2
7

Mar.

2

58

Jan.

3

41

3634 Mar.
434 Jan.

8

38

50

64

Sale

35c

Sale

2

Sale

40

1

1

50

77% Sale

22 %

23

14

20 X

85c

85c

25^

1.05
2

IX

73X Mar.

134 Mar. 18
2434 Mar. 11

24

26 %

15

20M

40

35

43

90

97

90

27

New

28

43

44%

20 X
15
37X 40
90
89%
39% Sale

1,210 Whlttelsey Mfg Co class A__

22%

24

40

21%
25c

2434 Mar. 11

Feb.
Feb.

4
4

40

Feb.

64

Jan.

2

77

Feb.

5

6

35c

Jan.

2

Mar. 30
Feb.
5
Feb. 17
Jan.
9

1

234 Mar. 17
4

10c

134 Mar. 18
2234 Jan. 15

1

3

2634 Feb. 18
10

15

Mar. 6
8934 Mar. 13
3834 Mar. 3

35

Jan.

29

17

Jan

35

Feb.

25

50

Jan.

8934
2734
40%
2034

Mar. 13

90

Jan.

10c Mar. 24

10c

Mar. 24

4534 Mar. 2
4134 Jan. 20
2234 Feb. 20
15c
Jan. 10

35c Mar. 17

10c

Mar.

35c

Mar. 17

85c Mar. 26

65c

154
1134
234
834

Feb.

Mar. 11
Mar.
3

40
90

4534 Mar.

2

2234 Mar.

3

50

20

15c

Conv preferred...
12
800 Westfield Mfg Co can stock..

—

84

12

Common

...

71

1,000

stk allot ctfs..

55 Waltham Watch class B_;
*
388
Preferred...
100
Prior
86
preferred
100

80

Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar. 11
Mar. 5

S5.50

200

118

Sale

8X Sale
4% Sale

Mar. 30

3X
113^
8%
4%

8J4 Mar. 31
3034 Mar. 10
534 Mar. 31

6

20

1,081
100

15
.

30

....

240

9,943

Sale

12

36 H

350 U S Brit Inv Co S3 pf allot ctf

50

100

2
17

18%

...

170 United Carr Fasten Corp com

280

15c". Ill—

com..

15

1,109

23

141K 145
9% Sale
9

6%

250 Reece Folding Mach

135 Tri Continental Corp
11,720 Tower Mfg..
1,170 Union Twist Drill...

4K

60c.
15%

Mills

984 Public Utility Holding

774

4H

100

Preferred...

343 Railway Light & Serv Co com
952 Reece Button Hole Mach._10

6,181
1,364

Sale

130"

"

118

6,396

90

20

97
295

mmm

6

Public Service

259

,

70

New

24,510 Pacific

-----

75c 1.00
3 % Sale

100

85 North & South Amer Co
215 Northern Texas Electric

209

87

26

1

7,080

86

3% Sale

4,948 New England Tel 8c Tel...100
1,496 No American Aviation Inc...

85
120

8X
9
4% Sale

7% Mar.
26

"1% Sale'
12

llii

75c. Sale

Nat Service Co com shs tr ctfs

New England

903

121

1,393

Sale

8X Sale

10

100

463 New Engl Equity Corp...
Preferred...
225

159
,

25
C—

197 National Leather

45

8,199

4

2% Sale
9M
10
8%
9
4
Sale
86
87

...10

2,302 Loew's Theatres
20,876 Mass Utll Associates ▼ t
5,539 Mergenthaler Linotype
200 Mullins Mfg Co

7%
29 % Sale

7X

10

ing Machine Co

2234 Mar.

3

2334

2334

15c

10c

15c

35c

20c

1

80c

88c

70c Mar.

8X

9%

934 Mar. 26

10c Mar. 24

Jan.

30

Jan.

13

Feb.

4

.

5
17

MINING—

506
580

521
646

4,815

791 Arcadian Cons Mining Co...
6,270 Arizona Commercial.......5
25
2,579 Calumet at Hecla
2,000 Clitf Mining
25
7,101 Copper Range Co
25
10,977 East Butte Copper Mining 10

60

725 Hancock Consol Mining Co.
195 Island Creek Coal—.....
1

1,150

15c

IX
IX
8% Sale
■

~~6%

IX Sale

29

60 New River

10

80

30

61,983
100
265
805

3,936
865

21,990

"lx
IX

72,981 North Butte..

50

5
2.50

300 Ojibway Mining Co..........

.....

Sale

105
6

IX Sale

10X

10H

14X

14ic

""50c

57

1
1

50c

a

VA

Sale
1

25

7

25

8

Sale

10

5

5,240 Utah Apex Mining.........5
1
28,395 Utah Metal at Tunnel..

1

Sale

26c

3X

IX

1

28c

95c

50c

19%
11X

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2

65c Mar. 11

2734 Mar. 31

8
Mar.
40c Mar.

2
5

7c

50c

Feb.

2834 Mar.

4

434 Mar. 23
134 Mar. 10

Mar.

2

95c Mar.
2
17
Mar. 13

134 Mar.

2

1

2

87c

Jan.

2834 Feb.

105

Feb.
434 Mar.

1934 Mar. 31

11
5c Mar. 25

5c Mar. 25

5c

59c Mar. 20

59c

134 Mar. 28
3
Mar.
2

3%
1434

834 Sale
8
834
5c

25c

IX

i¥
45c

VA
Sale
a

4

75c Mar.
3

2
Mar. 23

1334 Mar.

2

8
Mar. 30
734 Mar. 30

75c Mar.

5
21

Mar.

57c

Feb.

9

Feb.

59c

Feb.

19

134 Mar. 28
334 Feb. 24

Jan.

75c

Jan.

2

Jan.
Jan.

5
8

15c

134 Mar.

1

Jan.

2

55c Mar.

25c

Jan.

12

134 Mar. 18
35c Mar. 17

2

3

24

5c

5c Mar.

9

Feb.

Feb.

7

934 Mar.

11

13

Jan.

Feo.

7

934 Mar.

9

5c Mar.

24

Feb.

Feb.

334
1534
1034
934

Mar. 27

Feb.

95c

50c
Feb. 13
2 34 Jan. 29

334 Mar.
15

31

21

Feb.

134 Jan.
1

20

Jan.

634 Fob. 24
134 Jan. 23

1534 Jan.

134 Mar.
234 Mar.

1.00

3 34

14

3034

Jan.

95c Mar.

6

18

Feb.

Feb.

2

Feb.

65c Mar. 11

59c Mar. 20

25c

55c Sale

734 Mar. 30

Feb.
834 Jan.
234 Jan.
634 Jan.

5c

50c

o\A

1

3

59c

75c Sale

5c

1034 Mar.

1134

2% Sale

3X
13%
9%
9X

4

105
6

,

13
IX
2% Sale

10




Sale

59c

95c Sale
19

5

"50""

16
Sale

Ex-dividend.

Sale

18

3

x

27 X
105
5

75c

65c

29

28

10c Mar. 17

15c Mar.

1

16

15

No par value.

7% Sale

20c Sale
60c

90c

*

390 Shannon.

40c

5

15

25

1,985 Old Dominion Co....
2,170 Pond Cr Pocahontas Co
21,344 Ouincy
4,751 St Mary's Mineral Land

Sale

50c

common..........

Preferred.............

200 Nlplssiog Mines..

80

930

i

25

1,560 LaSalle Copper...........25
25
2,997 Mohawk
95 Nevada Consol Copper..

175

28

27
105

Preferred

315 teewenaw Copper

60

260

761

1

50c

3,950 Isle Royal Copper.........25

425

3
Sale

70c

10%

1334 Feb. 25

Mar.

2
Feb. 17
Jan. 29
Feb. 24
Mar. 2
Jan.

23

S

Philadelphia St'k Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.'

March,

1931.

Shares

Jan, 2 to March 31.--—

1930.

1,228,341
2,923,996

2,641,762

March

6,356,886

Jan. 2 to March 31

Bond Sales.

aggregate sales,

1930.

1931.

$435,000
1,053,050

$1,544,800
4,373,700

-

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN MARCH.

1.

Price
In

Since

Marah.

Jan. 1,

$
12,000
8.000

40,000
1,000

1,000
91 000

6,000
12,000
«*«»!*

7,000

*4*3",800
1,000

22,000
5,000

11,000

"F.666
35,000

Shares.

"4,550

'

37,000
70,600
12,000
6,000
18,000
223,000
1,000

Consol Trac N J 1st 5s...1932
Elec & Peoples tr ctfs 4a. 1945
Certificates of deposit.
Interstate Rye coll tr 4s.l943
Keystone Tel 5a——
Lehigh Nay cons 4%a—....
4s
.........1948

6,000
103,400
1,000
8,000
91,000
6,000
16,000

Km

Leh 8t New Eng 58—1954

Lehigh Valley Annuity 4s

Wm*Wr

98% Sale"

-

-.

220

T,§66

104

128""* Sale

95%

96
93

Phlla Elec Pow Co 5%s-1972
Reading Terminal 5s......
Strawbridge 8c Cloth 5e..l948

102%
104%
108%
107

Sale

106

93% Sale

United Rys 4s trust ctfs.-...
Waraef Co 1st 6s wl war.1944
66,000 York Rye 1st 5a—
1987

98% Sale

%

3$

37

16% Sale
116% Sale
4

Sale

9

Sale

54

330 Cambria Iron..—.—50

41%

42
17%
18
43%
2% Sale
5%
10
43
51

Camden Fire Insurance.....

sale

200

270 (I) Flshman 8c Sons.........
583 Giant Portland Cement.—50

6,900 Lake Superior Corp......100
Certificates of deposit...
11,700
Lehigh Coal 8c Navigation w 1

20,266

New when issued.........
210 Lehigh Valley
27 Little Schuylkill..
.....

800
100

3,900 Manufacturers Cas Ins......
100 Manufactured Rubber Co

30

130 Minehill & Schuylkill Hav.50

^5,500 Mitten Bank Sec Corp.......
Preferred——.—

44 Northern Central RR

32 Northern Pennsylvania Ry—
260 Penn Cent L 5c P cum pref..*

40,100
24,900
500
512

131,400 Pennroad Corp........
80,300 Pennsylvania RR
.—50
900 Penna Salt Manufacturing
1,069 Penn Traffic.—.
2%
495 Phila Dairy Prod pref—...25
Phlla Elec of Pa $5 pref——.*
Phila Elec Pow pref
—.25

20 Phlla Germ 5c Norris RR...50
125 Phlla Insulated Wire......

900

3,200
1,200

8,785
7,010

Phlla Rapid Transit.......50

7% preferred.

50

113,400 Phlla 8c Reading Coal 5c Iron
27,590 Philadelphia Traction.....50
400

16

*46% Sale*

2

103*" Mar.*27

108% Mar ."6 109% Mar.*31
107% Mar. 20 107% Mar. 20

.....

50

*99~"

70

*95%
Sale

98




128

Mar.

Jan.

Sale

45% Sale
12% Sale

Feb.

150

155

35

39

46%

Sale'

46% Mar.

20

Sale
—

2%
3
9 *
40% Sale
.

63% Sale

1%

1%

22%

24
12%
25

161% Sale
3

24% 20
Sale
116
10
7%
Sale
4%
44
35
45
10% Sale
9%
102

40

20%
45
4%

102%

93

.

* Sale

60

4

49% Mar. 25

61

2

48% Mar. 23

Mar. 9
9 25
Mar. 30 118% Mar. 19
7% Mar. 17
Mar. 17

Mar.

Mar. 30
Mar.

6

5% Mar.
47

2

Mar. 13

12% Mar.
Mar. 17 104
Mar.

Mar. 30

2
5

7% Sale

44%

—

27

Sale

5%

28

5

41% Mar .*23
65% Mar. 24

24% Mar, 21

1% Mar.

23 % Sale
11

22% Mar.
8% Mar.

6
6

25

25

165

175
42% Sale

161%
39%
101%
59%

Sale"

6% Sale
23%
24%

2% Mar. 20

Mar. 2 182
Mar. 10
43%
Mar. 2 104
Mar. 5 63%

Mar. 19

145

Mar. 20

Mar. 31

27% Mar.

2

54

24% Mar.
% Mar. 17
56% Mar. 4

24% Mar. 10

10

24

24%

56%

—-

10% Sale

10% Mar. 19

10% Mar. 11
12% Mar. 2

86
85

86
85
75

76% Mar. 30

81

7% Sale
62% Sale
78

"1% "2%
90
92
102% Sale

32% Sale
131
42

Sale
Sale

80

2

93
102

82

2%
Sale
103

33% Sale
130

39%

132

43%
23
Sale

23

10% Sale

10

Sale

19

38%

40%

15%

3.6

25

20 104
Mar. 11
2 63% Mar. 26

Jan.
Jan.

9
9

27
27

Mar. 19

6% Mar. 30

% Mar. 17
58

Mar. 30

Mar.

Mar. 30

7% Mar.
62% Mar,

Mar. 26

78

1% Mar. 17

2

55
62

60

2%

27% Fbb. 27
55
Feb. 27
42% Jan. 23

24% Jan.
3
% Mar. 17
56% Jan. 26

26% Jan. 28
% Mar. 17

10

19

13% Jan.
13% Jan.

23

85% Jan, 23

23

87
81

2

Mar. 14
Mar. 24

43%

55
62

13% Mar. 21

22

Mar.

29

Mar.

Jan.

58

Mar

.

30

12
6

Jan. 23
Mar.
6

8% Feb. 10
64
Feb. 10

Mar. 30
Mar. 26

81 % Feb.

3

1% Mar. 17

2% Jan.

22

88% Jan.
Feb.

32% Jan.
42

22

.

75% Feb. 14
6% Jan.
2

132

20

Mar. 19

10% Mar

129

29

23

o

Jan.

23% Jan. 31
52% Mar. 17
42% Jan. 23

130

Jk*
32

Mar. 10
.

Jan.

6% Jan. 20
6% Mar, 4

101

39%

11

Mar. 19
31 182
34% Jan.
5 43% Mar. 20

93
Mar. 18
94%
91% Mar. 17 94
102% 104
Mar. 11
102% Mar. 7 103
32% Sale
32% Mar. 17 33% Mar. 3

21% Sale

20

9%

77%
6% Sale
55% Sale
58
2

24% Feb. 26

87

23%

79

5

85% .Tan,

Mar. 27

56%
10%
14
12% Sale

93

65% Mar. 24
2% Mar. 20

2

Jan.

52% Mar. 17

Sale

6

2
13

Jan.

53% Sale

Mar. 31
Jan. 25

Jan.

25

50

24

2

Feb. 13

100

4

5

12
43

Jan.

Mar. 11

7% Mar.

Feo. 24
21% Feb. 10
42

46% Jan. 20

2

Jan.

Mar. 26

4

6% Mar.

27
5
20
28

50% Jan.
1% Jan.
17
6
24

Mar. 10

Mar,

23%

75 ' Sale
6% Sale
57% Sale

.

16
21
17
24

5
Feb. 27
Jan. 23

13

Mar. 17 105

i Mar.

3

11

25

Mar.

—

5

2

Jan.

.Tan.

46M"Mar"*2

% Jan.
2
53% Feb. 16
16% Jan. 29
48% Mar. 23

Jan.

Mar. 31

5

57%

.....

102

Mar. 28

Mar.

Jan.
Jan.

3
9

60%

8

17% Jan.

24%

Sale

4
45
9

40% Mar

61% Mar.

5

Mar. 30
Mar1. 3
Jan, 20
Jan. 22
Jan.
8

Feb.
2 25
6 117% Feb.
9
7% Mar.
2
5% Feb.
6
51
Jan.

6

62% Sale
2
2%

.....

Jan,

4

2% Mar.

42

.29

16% Jan.
115% Jan,
6
Jan,

Mar,

56%
13

37

20% Mar.

2

27% Sale
51%
55%
42%

24%

% Feb.
2
29% Jan. 31

9

40%

23 106

Jan.

42

Mar.

24

13% Sale

3

9
10

6 109% Feb. 27
Feb. 17
12 108
-Jan. 23

107% Jan.
106% Jan.

20

7% Sale
23% 25
25% Sale

96
Jan.
2 103% Feb.
3 105% Feb.

Mar.

104% Jan.

40% Mar. 27
20%

101% Sale
50

Feb. 27
Mar. 25
Mar. 27
Mar. 31
Jan. 15
Jan. 23

94
101
50

16% Jan

41

41%
43%

—

12

Mar. 23

Jan.

94%

21

Feb. 19

40

101% Mar.

9
29

Feb.

2 104
104
97
13Q

Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

104
101
97

Jan.
Jan.

105% Feb.
2 1073
102% Mar, 18 1053
93% Jan.
2 98
50
Jan, 22 50
Mar.""6 "95% Mar." 6 95% Mar, 6 96
Mar. 4
99% Mar. 28
97% Jan, 16 99%

41% Mar.

41% Sale

Jan.
Jan.

,

94
3 103

29

19

Mar. 1*8
Mar. 11

33% Mar.

7 131
Jan.
2 45% Jan.

3
2

13

10%
36%

Mar. 31

9% Mar. 14
37
Mar, 1Q

1%
t

9

13% Mar. 21

22

Mar.

9

2

21% Jan.
8% Jan.

*

29

Mar.

2

12% Mar. 23
40

32

Jan.

32
1

Sale

Certificates.

300 Phila 5c Western Ry——50

Jan.

107% Mar. 30
106% Mar.
102% Mar. 1 105% Mar. 3
97
Mar, 4 97% Mar. 10

'20
23
20
116
117% Sale
7
6%
7%
4
5% Sale

—

"24""

89

200

3,435

Mar.

%

44% Sale

10,4J)0 Catawissa 1st preferred-...-.

3,050
32,900

93

105%
109% Sale
107%

With warrants..——..

XH

72

70

50

14%

1,000
7,700

94% Mar. 20 94% Mar. 27
101% Mar. 31 101% Mar, 31
41
Mar, 24
Mar. 10 42

103

106% 107%

98%

...

31,370

* Mar."25 130"" Mir."25

130

97% Sale

70

19,040 Fire Association..........10

1,000
13,935

106

97%

STOCKS
par
Shares.
43,037 Almar Stores.
—♦
7,330 Amer Foreign Secur

785 Horn 8c Hardart (Phlla) com.*
10,120 Horn 5c Hardart (N Y) com..*
550
Preferred.—
...100
19,200 Insurance Co of N A—...—10

3
5
29 26%
6% Mar. 24 82
97% Mar, 24 101
96% Feb, 19 96%

106

6,600

110

—.

2

Jan.

31% Jan.

94% Fob. 18

—

Sale

16*200

49

Sale
Sale
Sale 105%
Sale
Sale 109
107% 107%

50%

"5*900

129

1967

14,200 Phlla Elec (Pa) 1st s f 4s. 1966
30,000
1st 4%s series.........1967
23,500
1st lien & ref 8s.-—.1960
218,700
1st 5s-—..
1966
27,500
1st Hen 8c ref 5%a.,—1947
3,000
1st lien 8c ref 5%s—-1953

8,895 Electrlo Storage Battery—100
15,803 Empire Corp...........—

•*'88
390

Mar, 27
Mar. 9

103*" A$ar""2 104% Mar, 23

Sale'

81% Jan.
30

Salt Prices.
87
Mar. 31
37
Mar.
2
35% Feb. 27

09

41

2,940
7,235

10,500

128%

40*" Sale

5,300 Central Airport..—
10
1,636 Commonwealth Cas Co
691 Consol Traction of N J.—100

375

5

104%

104

*"loI

383

Mar, 24 783
Mar. 24 1003

76.
97>

94% Sale

93.000
7,000
60,000
1,000
22,000

Mar.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

25

Sale

101% Sale
41
49

27,000 Philadelphia Co 5s.

35

2(T** TO"
100

4s,..,,—.............1971

'3,600 Bankers Securities pref..
5,910 Bell Tell Co of Pa pref—100
700 Bornot Inc...—..........
28,600 Budd (E G) Mfg Co—
*
Preferred
253
...
22,100 Budd Wheel Co...........
465
Preferred...............

1,650

83% Mar. 9
35% Mar, 12
34
Mar, 27

37%

Sale

1Q4

14,700 American Stores. .——*

120

35%

Penn Co 4%s
.—1963
Peoples Pass tr ctfs 4s...1943

1,100

6,800
U5

87

35

Sale Prices.
87
Mar. 31
37
Mar,
2

Sale Prices,

Ask.
Sale

Lowest

Highest.

Lowest.

March 31.

Ash. Bid.

81% Sale
.....

Lehigh Power & Light 6s.,..
Lehigh Valley 1st 4s
-.1948

"5*566

3,700

March 2.

Ash.

...

100

100

2.

1931.

Bid,

6,000
09,000

Jan.

Jan,
Feb.

Mar.

4

15
16

12% Mar. 23
40% Feb. 25
39% Feb. 25
1% Jan. 28

•

1

,

PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE
AGGREGATE

SALES

In

Jan. 1.

Shares.

PRICES

Shares.

3,000
1,100

Jan.

STOCKS

188

40

100

8,300
259
115
185
800

4,000

•

Ask.

%
3%
5% Sale

45%

48%

March 2.
Bid.

Ask

4% Sale
7% Sale
46

50

March 31.
Bid.

Ask.

4%
6%

4%
7%

46

50

Lowest.
Sale

4% Mar.
7

Sale

Sale Prices.

9

Mar. 18

45% Mar.

Lowest.

Highest.

Prices.

9

Mar.

2

7% Mar.

2

5

48% Mar. 27

7% A
6% preferred

15

"3,800

10

Scott Pater

2,162

178,170 Seaboard

Preferred.

....

3%
Sale
1%
1%

3%

lj|
25

8,146 Tacony-Palmyra Bridge
250 Telephone Security Corp..
185

Sale

44

Sale
1%
2K
4% Sale
5%

42

1%

49%
2%

4%

Sale

1

1-16

h
% Sale

1

1-16

M

7-16

4% Mar, 13
1% Mar. 5

5% Mar.
1 % Mar.
4% Mar.

3

% T

...

1,100 Tono-Be Imont Devel..
7,500 Tonopah Mining

JAN.

1.

U

1-16

%
% Sale

Mar. 21

42

Mar. 14

44

% Mar. 25
8
Mar. 19
1-16 Mar. 30

% Mar.

2
5
4

5

Prices.
Feb.

25

7% Feb. 28

42% Jan.
99% Jan.

20
24

48% Mar. 27
5% Feb. 25

Feb. 10

90

2

46

1% Feb.
7
1% Jan. 14

5

3% Jan.

2

8

Mar. 19

Feb.

41
8

% Mar. 6
% Mar. 31

Sale

2
2

Mar. 10
Mar. 10

3

Highest.

Prices.

3% Jan.
5% Jan.

90

Utilities Corp
85,686 Sentry Safety Control
9,100 Shrevc EI Dorado Pipe L

SINCE

2

1930.
Bid.

111,100 Railroad Shares Corp
21,500 Reliance Insurance..

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Price

Since

March.

PHILADELPHIA
STOCK EXCHANGE

67

9

Feb. 10
Feb. 24
Feb. 26

4% Mar.;

44% Jan.

9

% Mar. 25

2

Mar. 10

Mar. 19

8

Mar. 19

Jan.

Feb.

22

% Jan.

9

1-16

17

Mar. 31
fir"!

2,100

61,666

129",555

4,089,507

Union Traction

.50

21% Sale

22% Sale

United Gas Inapt com new..*

27% Sale
100% 101

33% Sale
99% Sale

4,900
1,000

76,455

300
200

16,450 Victory Insurance Co
320 Victory Park Land Impt
1,800 Warner Company.....

30

17,603

~"i00
164

*

Common class B

63

407

*

W

x

60

65

10

Sale

59
14

66
15

Sale

7

8

4%

"27% "35"
93

Jersey & Seashore RR...50

Ex-dividend,




Sale

Sale

60

65

14

15

31

5
32

rti
29

iy<
32

Sale
60

....

60
12

14
;

33
102

Mar. 30

31%
99%
60%
13%

Mar.

22% Mar.

4

3

37% Mar. 17
Mar.
2 102% Mar. 30
Mar. 17
Mar. 13 62
Mar. 4 14% Mar. 17

7% Mar. 2
4% Mar. 24

7% Mar. 2
4% Mar. 24

21

Mar. 30

Jan.

27% Jan.
98% Jan.
60% Jan.
10

Jan.

23

Jan.

6

6
22% Jan.
37% Mar. 17
30 102% Mar. 30

30
2

20

62

Mar. 17

2

15

Feb.

14

Feb.

M
28

4% Mar. 24

16

14%

32

35

32

Sale

60% Sale
12

17
35

4% Jan.

2

30

Mar. 30

31

Mar. 19

29% Jan.

6

96

4%
*

Preferred

300 Westmoreland Coal
800 Westmoreland Corp
234 York Rys pref

No par value,

21

22

Preferred new
.._....*
626,221
*
1,100 U S Dairy Prod class A...

860

400

21% Sale

Certificates of deposit

500

Mar. 13

96

Mar. 13

96

Jan.

2

7%
4%
32%
97

60

Mar.

60% Mar. 31

60
12

.Tan.

8

60% Feb. 25

Feb.

4

12

Mar. 13
Mar. 17

16% Mar. 23

14
33

Jan. 10
Mar. 17

34

2

.....

14%

16%

16

32

35

33

34

Mar.

4

Feb.
F.b.

26
11

Feb.

13

Feb.

4

16% Mar. 23
Jan.

20

RANGE OF PRICES ON CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE

...

Shares

Jan. 1 to March 31

AGGREGATE

1930.

97,967
229,147

Jan. 1.

BONDS

Ask.

STOCKS

Shares.

Shares.

150
23
20

700 Aetna Rubber

*

J.
67*

....

""216
50
9

82 Chase Brass Ac Cop pfd

470 Clark Fred G

327
20
9

411
467
460
297
76

100
179
1,202

192

'l45
110
150
120
30

110
141
118
160

3

1

"56
10

15

246
100
20

151
295
100

1,212
2,167
211

"425
317

10

600
130
100
51
-

10

1,122
1,205

20

2

.*

3
....

9

4
7
50

65

59

...

1054

4

70

68*4
154
2*4
15
Sale
354
6

A

ii

9*4 Mar.

14*6

2

85

1

103

36*4

Sale

2

1*4

3

3

Sale

81'

9054
113

113

70
95

80"

Sale

254
1954
5*4
3*4

Sale

2

7
Sale

48

7

17*4
13*4
51

7

36*4
30
6

35*4
24*4
6*4

4

15




Preferred
L

13*4
101

86
6

90
12

.....

10

62*4

40
28*4
10

*
*
100

20

37

86

Mar. 12
Mar. 10
Mar. 23

2

Mar. 19

1*4 Mar.
3*4 Mar.

84

4*4

Mar.

80

554

77

75*4 Mar.
1*4 Mar.

1554

Sale

85

2*4

4

5*4

3 *4
2

4

6954
1054
50

60*4

Mar.

XJS

12*4 Mar. 19

Mar.

6

Mar. 17

3*4 M&r.

5

Jan.

14
16

100

Sale

100*4
2154

26

22

23

100

98

Sale

99

92

19
9
104

18*4
4
95

95*4
19

Feo.

17

23
3

81*4 Jan.

23

154 Feb. 18

2*4 Jan.

9

Jan.

17

81 *4 Jan.

68*4 Jan.

84

7
99

17

4*4 Mar. 12

6

Mar. 17
Mar. 14

6

Feb.

75

8154 Mar. 4
13*4 Mar. 10
13
Mar. 4
51*4 Mar. 27
101*4 Mar. 16

17*4
1054
Sale

62*4 Mar.
13*4 Mar.
11
Mar.
Mar.

49

6*4
16
1054

Jan.

2

Mar. 27
Jan. 16

11

13

Feb.

19

45

101*4 Feb.

105

84*4
5

Mar. 12

51*4 Mar. 27
19 105*4 Jan. 12

3554 Mar.
28
Mar.
6*4 Mar.
60*4 Mar.
16
Mar.
954 Mar.
97
Mar.

36
30
7

Mar. 27

35

Mar. 12

27

Mar. 18

6

Mar.

84

Mar.

11

Mar. 16

5

22*4
98*4

22

94

70
26

65

33*4

21
8

41*4

21

5*4 Sale
40

105

Sale

5

9
7

Jan.

4}
77}
63
16!
oz
6254
43*4

Jan.

87*4 Jan. 30
5*4 Mar. 11

Jan.

80

6*4 Mar. 13
6254 Mar. 12

Jan.

Mar. 12
Jan.
83 *4 Jan.
lviar.

Mar.

2

100

Mar.

4

102*4 Feb.

22

Mar.

Jan.

12

8*4 Jan.

Mar.

3

16*4 Jan.

Mar.

26

8*

Mar. 12

Jan.

2

83*4 Jan.

26

100

21

Jan.

4

22

Mar.

98

Feb.

10

89*4 Jan.

20

2

103*4

Mar. 30

Mar.
Mar.

4

14
23*4 Feb. 11
Feb. 10
98
Mar. 14
94
Jan. 12
19
4
Feb. 16

97

3

12

Mar. 31
354 Jan. 15
99
Feb. 28 102

Jan.

27

97*4 Jan.

13

97*4 Jan.

13

854 Feb.

6

Sale
5

Sale
Sale

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

98

2

98

Mar.

94

Mar. 14

3

18*4 Mar.
4

Mar. 13
Mar. 24
Mar. 26

11
40

15

Mar. 14

24

Sale

24

"Si*

32*4 Mar. 25

14*4

15*4

Mar. 31

14*4 Mar. 18

38

35
65

Mar. 11
Mar.
6

27

27

106

103

20

25*4

Mar.

65

33*4

19

654
7*4
42*4 Sale
105*4

13*4 Mar. 19
52

Mar.

3

15*4 Mar. 25

17

40

5

40

*

5

25

2

19

Feb.

24

3
5

96

Feb.

39*4 Mar.

2

35

Mar. 11

66

6

64*4 Feb.

45

Mar.

Mar. 24

26

Jan.

9

102

18

Feb.

40

105

13

6
14

Jan.

3

Mar.

Mar. 26

6

Feb.

Jan.

16
6

31

Feb.
6
5*4 Feb. 19
15*4 Feb. 28
96
Feb. 13

35

Feb.

Mar. 12
Mar. 19

Jan.

15*4 Mar. 25
26

Mar.

"7

60

98*4 Jan.

Feb.

Jan.
Mar,
Feb.
Jan.

14*4 Mar.
96

Mar

13*4 Feb. 10

16

98*4
32*4
5*4
12*4

'35"

Mar. 11
2754
Mar.
3 105
19
Mar. 12
8
Mar.
9
Mar.

Mar. 14

Mar. 24

12*4 Jan.
16

g*

103

102H

100*4

Mar.

97*4

if

80

27

Sale

Mar.

11*4 Jan.

83

103*
215

103*4 Mar.

96

39*4

16

140

-5

100

93*4 Mar.
17
Mar.
4
Mar.

97

16*4

45

Feb.

Mar.

25

15*4

Jan.

7

Feb.

16

3
14

26

22

14*4

12

28

21x8

9

Jan.

Mar.

5*4 Mar. 11

Mar.

21

Jan.

8

6154 Mar. 23

85

6*4 Mar. 13

24

14

Jan.

30

Feb.

9

19

Feb.

22
3
554 Feb.
Feb.
6
37

58*4 Feb.
13

Feb.

65

Jan.
(Jan.
Jan.

81

Vky*
70

140

4*4 Mar.

21

41

25

14

58*4 Jan.
5 *4 J an.

80*4 100
9854

25

38
12

Feb.

63

16

4

14

62*4 Mar. 12

6154 Mar. 23

24

8154 Mar.

6

1254 Jan.

70

6154

13
52*4
18

35

4

2

Jan.

15

5

11*4
51*4
13*4

24*4
98*4

Mar.

19

100

99

100

3

Mar. 13

Feb. 24
Fob. 20

6254 Mar. 12

25

30

Jan.

Jan.

8

Sale

7

Jan.

5

Sale
100

Jan.

5

30
30
94
Mar. 11
2 113*4
111*4 Jan.
55
Jan. 19 65
Jan.

3

30

4*4

7

2*4 Jan. 24

19

70

38

82

10

25

Mar. 14

28

1154

2

2*4 Mar.
90

9

7

36

6*4

11

654 Mar. 16
Jan. 29

16 102*4 Jan.
Feb.
5 105
5
3754 Feb.
Feb.
31
80

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

17

12

43*1

4

Feb.

Feb.
Jan.

1954 Feb.

lly
30

12

3*4 Mar. 12

8

554

28

35*4
103*4

Jan.

Mar. 16

80

Mar. 30

113*4 Mar. 13
65
Mar.
9
80
Mar. 21
84
Mar. 4
1*4 Mar. 6
17
Mar. 16

Mar.

75*4
1*4

84

Mar.

80

88

34*4

5

5

30

11354 112

63"

9754

18

6

Feb.

1 *4 Jan.

3*4 Mar. 12

Mar.

65

19

97

16

25

Feb.

6

85

2

80

84

,

Sale

36

65

22

5

102*4
102*4
35*4
7754

Mar. 23

75
95

8

8

12*4

11

Feb.

15*4 Jan.
61

54
8

100

2

60

60

*

120 Miller Wholesale Drug ._.._*

2

Mar.

85

10054 102*4 102*4 104*4 101*4 Mar.

100

3

Feb.

2

2*4 Mar.

2

50

55

62

7§

1954 Feb. 11
6*4 Mar. 27
43*4 Jan. 29

654 Mar. 16

Mar. 12 104

36*4 Mar.
86

15
59
14

1,177 McKeeA G "B"
__....*
685 Medusa Portland Cement...*
208 Metro Paving Brick
»

Mar.

104

3654 Sale

80

18

105

*

12*4 Mar. 19

3

Mar. 14

2

85*4 100

Sale

1054

50

17

Mar. 25

7

9*4 Mar. 3
72*4 Feb. 17

40

Sale

80

12

Feb.

5

4

Mar.

4*4 Feb.

Mar. 16

i

6*4 Mar. 27

654

45

Sale

49*4

910 Kay nee
__10
15
Preferred
100
755 Ke»y Island L Ac T
»
140 Korach Company
*
2,623 Lamson Sessions
*
39 Loews Ohio TheatreslstpflOO

6

26

70

72

4

30

5

100

14,

13

541 Jaeger Machine
16 Jordan Motor pref

Preferred

92

20

_

3,006 India T At R
4,174 Interlake SS

Mar.
Mar. 16

8

75

5

95
67

100

Sale

31

112*4 Sale

130 Eaton Axle & Spring
*
2 Edwards (Win) pref......100
55
564 Elec Controller Ac Mfg
593 Enamel Products
*
35
301 Faultless Rubber
*
26
345 Federal Knitting Mills......*
2
300 Ferry Cap Ac Set Screw
55.
265 FirestoneT&R6% pref..100
245 Foote Burt.
..__.*
14*4
468 Fostoria Pressed Steel
509 General T At R—
25
885
Preferred
100
84*4
4
615 Geometric Stamping ...._..*
65
44 Glidden prior pref
..100
8
1,129 Godman H C
........
*
400 Goodrlch(B F)
....*
50
Preferred
100
45
200 Goodyear Tire Ac Rubber
*
50
Preferred
*
82
10 Great Lakes Towing
100
47 Great Lakes Tow pref ....100 103
21
936 Greif Bros Cooperage
.*
425 Halle Brothers............10
96
211
Preferred
100
155 Hanna (MA) $7 cum pref.. 100
730 Harbauer
*
17*4
165 Harris Seybold Potter..
*
3*4
89 Higbee 1st preferred.....100 101**
20
2nd preferred.......
.100

55

98

36

2

Jan.

Mar. 16
Jan. 22
Feb. 18
Feb.
7
Jan. 13

6

94

260 Cliffs Corporation v t c
*
loOlColumbus Auto Parts pref ._*
834 Commercial Bookbinding.
*
2,129 Dow Chemical...
Preferred..
100
175

2,506 Mohawk Rubber
2,736 Myers F E Ac Bros

7

Jan.

354 Jan.

4*4 Mar. 19
Mar. 25

Mar. 31

22

104

37 *4
82

33 J

....

l",28l

Feb.

90

102*4

...

"54

25

IW

101«

100
*

.*

......

75
654

75

18*4
50 H

....

Preferred

4*4

5

31"

90
102

*
100
39 Cleveland Ry
Certificates of deposit. .100
2,224
1,173 Cleveland Securities prior pf*
*
737 Cleveland Union Stkyds
100
537 Cleveland'Worsted Mills
100
880 Cleveland Ac Sand Brew
50

"161

31

5

898 Cleveland Cliffs Iron pref..*
1,580 Cleveland Elec 111 6% pref 100
230 Cleveland Quarries

4

72

75

10

1st preferred

10

"317

10

100

74 Cleveland Auto Mach...

6
7

19 X

8*4
13

27 *4

*

..100

2,490 City ice 8c Fuel
Pref
545

24

Jan.
3 100
Mar. 31 100*4
5
Mar. 23
Feb. 18 38*4

98

"56" Mar."13 "90*4 Mar."2l

92

90

70

45*

25

100

Preferred

586
5

9954
100*4
4*4
38*4

Mar. §1 100*4 Mar. 16
4*4 Mar. 23
4*4 Mar. 23

166*4

98

93

70

*

233 Canfield Oil...

260

.

Highest.
Sale Prices.

"67"

67
90

Sale

5

50 Brown Fence Ac Wire A pfd__*
B
*
170
120 Bulkley Bldg preferred...100
240 Byers Machine A
*
25

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

-----

9754

92

100

Preferred B

32 Bessemer Limestone

170

4*4

98

35*

23 Air Way preferred
.100
*
305 Allen Industries........

16

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Par.

...

1,252 Apex Electric....

1.

Lowest.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

100*4 Sale

90 Allen Industries preferred..*
50 American Vitrified Prod
50

977

Bid.

Sale

1931 100
15,000 Cleve Ry 5a
1933
33,000 Cleveland Ry 5s
3,100 Cleve S W RyAcLt GAtC5sl954
1,000 Lake Shore Elec Ry Gen5sl933
97
1933
3,000 N O T & L 4s
86
15,500 Steel At Tubes Inc. debs 6sl943

"5,560

JAN.

SINCE

Sale Prices.

March 31.

March 2.

1931.

%

1,000

RANGE

MARCH.

IN

2

Bid.

33.055

1930.

$70,600
505,850

Price
Jan.

Since

March.

Jan. 1 to March 31.

PRICES

STOCK EXCHANGE

1931.

$39,500
150,150

Bond Sales.

^

March

CLEVELAND

SALES.

In

AS

1931.

36,078
112,787

Stock Sales.

March

47
70

Jan.
Jan.

13
8

2754 Mar. 24
105

Mar.

9

19

Mar. 12

8

Mar. 19

Feb.

45

Mar. 26

Feb.

19 105

10

Feb.

19

t

\

69

CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE
AGGREGATE SALES
In

March.
Shares.

CLEVELAND
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.
Shares.

1,105

STOCKS

111

740

10

Preferred

50

650

2,558

Bid.

_

.

.

135

132

132

Preferred

126

100

20%

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Sale
138

Sale
_____

6%

7

6%

3

5

3

30

10

25

8

10

136

18
130

7*

2%

1%
5

5

Sale

68

Sale

107

104%

10

27

24%
64

Ask.

133

6

.*

»

Bid.
9

6%

200 Nineteen Hundred Corp
*
3 North Amer Securities Co..*
96

Ask.

132 % 138
20 %
22

....100

....

Nestle Le Mur class "A"

4,088 Ohio Brass "B"

1,077

March 2.

1931.
Par.

243 National Carbon pfd
100
2,037 National Refining....
25
201
Preferred..............100
1,577 National Tile.......
♦
30 National Tool.............50

678

19%
134
Sale

8*
2P

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

8% Mar.
136

4

133

6% Mar.

4

Mar. 23

Sale

59

Mar. 31

105

19

Sale"

18%

11%
11%
3
25%

12

13*

11*

28

Sale

26%

28
4%

26% Mar. 23

•

18%

20%

24

32

22%

25%

23% Mar ."28

*

24%
55
Sale
2%
3

Preferred

1,430

*

1

*
*

25

11 c.......

4,327 Seiberling Rubber.........*

wf§

Preferred

346

175

100

........

1,410 Selby Shoe..........
Preferred

25

2",306

Sherwi n-Willlams
Preferred s
562
250 Small wood Stone

"l32

•

.........100

6.900

240

25

...

..100
*

6%
5%

9
5%

35

11%

12

90

62% Sale
105%
3

"A" preferred..
i"B" preferred

183

10

38

25

.....

8

30
11

*

...*

325 Stouffer Corp "A" WW
Without warrants..
30

*

25

28

.._*

30

*

6

100 Thompson Aeronautical....*
1,850 Thompson Products Inc
.*
308 Trumbull-Cliffs preferred 100

"""20

10

50 Swartwout

650
202
220

548 Union Metal.............
813 Van Dorn Iron.

180

*

*

393 Vlchek Tool..........
1.121 Weinberger Drug
*
35 Weilman Engineering pref 100
90 West Res Inv Corp pr pfd. 100

293

657

...

""90

335 White Motor

""40
"

4

8

14%

Sale
10

33
7
9

6

9
Sale

15

J Sale

1%
1%
20

24

40

68

2%
6

Sale"

Sale

10

68'

Mar. 30

2% Mar.

5

40

5% Mar. 30
4
35
Mar.

15

14

64

Mar. 30

29
30

17% Sale
Sale

37%
9

67

65

Mar.

10

"28"."
24

29

10%
101

33%
5%

Preferred

100

Mar. 25

3

Jan.

5

Jan.

29

25
3

Jan.

29

Feb.
23% Jan.
3
Feb.

24
12

71

Feb.

Mar. 23

2

Feb.

Mar.

26

Mar. 26

7% Mar.

Feb.

7
17
30
5

3% Jan. 20
19% Jan. 14
20% Feb. 18
Jan.

2

2% Jan.
2% Jan.
7
Jan.

29

54

8
6

17
Sale

37%
7%

10

9

13

16

14

15

85

95

85

75

60

68%

95 % 100

108

99% Sale

Mar. 12

4

26

Jan.
5
Mar. 26

20% Feb. 18
76% Feb. 27
3

Jan.

6

2% Jan. 29
7% Jan. 30

7% Feb. 28

4% Feb.
32

Feb.

35

12

Jan.

16% Feb. 17

Jan.

90

60% Jan.
105% Feb.

109

Jan.

15

4

Jan.

22

7

3

Mar.

2

20

Jan.

68% Mar.

Jan.

2

1% Mar.

10

14
7

Mar. 17

Mar.

20

Jan.

28

Feb.

9

7

Jan.

7

Jan.

13

j

7

28% Mar.

28% Mar. 17

25% Jan.
Feb.

25

5

4% Mar.

5

14

Mar.

5

101

Mar.

2 104

17% Mar. 22
Mar. 25

34

Mar. 28

6

Mar. 20

34% Mar. 16
5
8% Mar.

9

Mar. 10

10

11% Mar. 23

Mar.

3

15% Mar. 27

Feb.

24

4% Mar.

5% Feb.

4

8

4% Mar.

8

14

Mar.'

20

70

Mar. 12

•

25

Feb.

Feb. 24
17% Feb. 24
Feb. 10
104
Mar. 16
34

Feb.

100% Jan.
30
4

Jan.
Jan.

9

Jan.

8

Mar!

24 102% Mar. 24

99% Mar. 20 100% Mar.

5

Mar.

10

Mar.

87

5
3
28
Feb. 27

70

11% Mar.
85

68%

102% 104% 102%
99% 100

Jan.

'.-Mar.
28% Mar.

Mar.

95

70
104

Mar. 19

3% Jan. 30
28% Feb. 26

Mar.

10

75

108

13
15

Mar.

35
16

Mar. 12

15% Jan.

Jan.

68% Mar.
23% Feb.

103

14
21

105% Jan. 17 107% Mar. 19
Jan.
5
18% Mar. 21 20

28

Mar. 21

2

14

Mar. 31

59

3 % Jan.
25
Jan.

27%
6

5

8

5

11

3

14

7

10% Jan.

74% Mar. 21

Jan.

5* Feb.
Jan.

Mar. 19

2

22% Jan. 29

Mar. 30 135

30

Mar. 12

68% Mar.
108% Mar.

Mar.
108% 107
3%
2
1% Mar.
48
20
Mar.

4¥>

Jan.

Highest.

90

90

60"

13
15

6%

5% Sale

3%

9

V3

5

13%

107

5

17

Mar.

32

5

32%

2

90

4%

101

Mar.

24

11

"25%

68

2

7
32

90
67
106

9

50

178 White Motor Sec pfd
100
Youngstown Sheet & Tube

1~,740

10%
100% 100%
30

24

71%
2%

11% Mar. 30
11

2

2

337 Standard Textile

26

"914

ser

12*

10

10

..........

182 Robbins Ac Myers ytc
V t c series 2
55

2% Mar.

Mar. 19 107% Mar. 19
19
Mar.
2
18% Mar. 21

20

25

8

107

10%
10%
2%
24

1,628

1.

Sale Prices.
5
10% Mar. 6
Jan. 31
6 138

19% Mar. 13

3

19

120 Peerless Motor......

Mar. 12
Mar. 25

7% Jan.
135

23% Feb.

*

1,850 Reliance Mfg.
100 Republic Stmpg & Enam
10,302 Richman Bros

2

5

59

*

1,820 Patterson-Sargent .........*

Mar.

25
2

890 Packard Electric

755 Packer Corporation
100 Paragon' B" endorsed......*

6

Mar. 12

21

Mar. 30 134

462 Ohio Seamless Tube

....

10% Mar.

Mar. 23 138

19% Mar. 13

250

""295

SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices.

340
420

'"330

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Jan. 2

2,045 National Acme

147

PRICES
Price about

23% Feb. 11
Jan. 13

102% Mar.

104

99% Jan.

5 101% Jan.

57% Jan.

2

27

BANKS*
854
103
137
49
-

38

1,787

20
1.814 Central-United Nat Bk.
773 Cleveland Trust.........100

241 Guardian Trust

.........100

160 Midland (Ind).....
155 National City..

7,658

Union Trust......




57% Sale
322
324

100

61

72

74

62

58

Sale

62

Mar. 11

318

320

318

320

315

Mar. 24 320

Mar. 10

315

Mar. 24 325

Jan.

8

330

350

326

329

328

Mar. 30 330

Mar.

3

324

Jan.

5 330

Feb.

265

280

265

260

Mar. 30 265

Mar.

4

260

Mar. 30 275

16
13

323

321

Mar. 23 323

Mar. 16

321

Mar. 23 327

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 23

Mar.

325

100
25

Sale

350
270

323

72

Sale

70

Sale

58

70

Mar. 28

73

9

69% Jan.

14

63

75

Feb. 24

Jan.

6

9

Detroit Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD
-1

,

1

11

1

1

RANGE OF PRICES ON DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE
1931.

Stock Sales.

March

Shares

......

Jan. 1 to March 31.

AGGREGATE

Shares.

Shares.

In

,

STOCKS

200 Allen Industrie* com.*.....*
420 Alloy Steel class A...——*
Class B
...*
790

1,025
4,151
14,667
9,095

3,269 Auto Pan ft Bearing com.. *
2,145 Baldwin Rubber class A
Class B._..
12,219
27,874 Bower Roller Bearing.....
27,450 Briggs Mfg Co common....

28~,289

75.393 Chrysler Corp common.....*

Bid.

1,705

3 565 Continental Motors com....*

900

1,000 Copeland Products class A.
Class B
*
2,684
Class Bet c_.
1,590
1,260 Crowley-Milner Ac Co com..*

140

875

9,478
4,240

5.217
150
45

Deisel Wemmer Gilbert comlO
Detroit ft Clerel Nay com..10

211 Detroit Edison com......100
60 Detroit Forging A com...
•
8,854 Detroit Gasket Ac Mfg Co
100 Detroit Gray Iron Fdy com.*
300 Detroit Majestic cl A pref
150 Detroit Mich Stove Co......*

Till
100
200

__

50

6,938

2,639
263J

10

Detroit Motor Bus

363 Detroit Paper Products.....*

1,010 Detroit Steel Prod

310

533

2,508
5,637
526

874

20
924

Class B._;

2,441 Fourth

9 54
3 54

11

16g Sale
35

1154

13

8

Sale

20,730 Hall Lamp

100

4,390
51,061

3,275
5,475

1654

354
454

1,063

7

6
954
Sale

1054 11
2254 Sale

8,508 Kresge (S S) Co com.......l0
922 Lakey Foundry & Mach...
409 Mahon (R Cl conv pref

34

500

600 Marquette Oil Co com

21

28

954 Sale
754
654
Sale

7

1454 Sale
26
2754
55
Sale

*

v t

c.10

3,235
5,008

__.»..*
6,474 McAleer Mfg com
5,023 Mesta Machine common....5

"2",380

23,734 Michigan Sugar com......10

"""920

25 Moreland Oil Corp class A..*
4,174 Motor Bankers Corp com..
7.680 Motor Products Corp com...*

254 Mar. 3
154 Mar. 20
14

454 Sales
1554 Sale
1954 Sale

14

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Mar.

6

454 Mar. 30
Mar.

2

1954 Mar.

4

254 Mar. 20
25b
1454
554
17

Mar.
Mar.

5
3
Mar. 2
Mar. 25
2254 Mar. 25

—-

3554 Sale

"7" Sale

2p8

"5"

Sale

44

554 Sale
1254 Sale
454
5
254 Sale
20

"654 """
8
38

Bare
43

23

31

Sale

354
Sale

2054 Mar. 30
354 Mar. 30
Mar. 19
Mar. 20

6
1

154 Mar. 5
1554 Mar. 17

15

16

13

754
8
18554 190

8
185

i!H
754 Sale
10
10

10
23

85c
27
2
11
1754

5

2

2454

19
8
11

,

2554 Mar.
4 54 Mar.

9
2

Mar. 19
254 Mar. 11
154 Mar. 13
1654 Mar. 4
6

Mar. 2 1754 Mar. 23
8
Mar. 13
Mar. 13
Mar. 7 189
Mar. 12

"l2"

27

12
15c

17
30c

1654

1754

585

300

4,275 Muller Bakeries class A com.*
52,685 Murray Corp common
»

8

225 Muskegon Motor Specialties *
8 National Baking pref
100

20c
15

654 Sale

2

Mar. 23
Mar. 27
Mar. 18

4

5

1054 Sale
454
454
254
2 54
2054

.....

39
14

Sale

140

1254
4

Sale"

:::::

17,131 Reo Motor

4,539

com.......

—.10

Common vot trust ctfs....
775
3,890 River Raisin Paper com....*
1,518 Scotten Dillon com....... 10
5,381 Second Nat Investors com...
Preferred.................
1,110
310 Silent Automatic com.....*

250

1,410
126

1,215
140

90

25

Preferred

200
♦

12 Sutherland Paper com....10
360 Third Nat Investors com....*




6
3

254 Mar. 11
154 Feb. 4
18
Jan. 19

1

1554 Mar.17

15c

33

15c

20c

18e

Mar.

654

7

2

654 Jan.
754 Feb.

Mar. 23

7
Mar. 2
1454 Mar. 2
2954 Mar. 25

3
9
554 Mar. 23
1054 Mar. 31
2254 Jan.
2

43

Mar. 10

25

31

Mar.

26

2

30

554 Mar. 10

Jan. 27
Jan. 16
Feb. 18

354 Feb. 17
4154 Mar. 30

4854 Mar. 21

4

Ma.1,23

554 Mar. 19

10

Mar. 20

1254 Mar. 2
554 Mar. 27
254 Mar. 13

454 Mar. 19
254 Mar. 2
22

Mar. 24

754 Mar. 19
Mar.

7

22

Mar. 24

854 Mar.
10

Mar.

6
7

4554 Mar. 10
1854 Mar. 19
954 Mar. 10

i8o*
2454 Mar 21
254 Mar. 3

354 Mar. 12

Mar. 13

1754 Mar. 31
2654 Mar. 18

24

17

20c

20c
16

454

Mar. 13

11

1854 Mar. 17
2754 Mar. 2

Mar. 5
Mar. 17
Mar. 13

3554 Jan.

2

254 Feb.

2

7
4

Jan.
2
Jan. 29

254 Feb. 21

Sale

39
1

Sale"

Mar. 7
Mar. 30

854 Sale
29
Sale

11
29

70

854

6
354
Sale
Sale
Sale
10

10

454

68

5

1154 Sale

14

21

854 Sale
8

18
6

.....

8

Sale

Sale

154—19
Sale

1

16

8
38

Jan.

2

Jan.

19

4554 Mar. 10

1254
454
1054
654

Jan. 26
Jan.
2
Jan. 13
Feb. 17

Mar. 19

2054 Mar. 30
154 Jan.
8
2554 Feb. 25

2454 Mar. 21

3

11
13

Jan.
9
Mar. 13
Feb. 24

A?*

18 54

8

754 Mar. 30
754 Mar. 6
154 Mar. 30
16

12
24

26
24
9

Sale
Sale

20

Sale

Mar. 27

554 Mar. 30

J

1154

8954
1254

Mar. 16

11

Mar. 10
Mar. 11

654 Mar. 17

2754 Sale

Mar. 11
Mar.

9

4654 Mar. 10
35| Mar. 3
1854 Mar. 10
Mar. 21

48

1154 Mar.

2

Mar. 23

30

1254 Mar.
8

:

6

Mar. 14

Jan.

18
.....

19

10c
15

Jan.
Jan.

35c
15

554 Mar.
31

Jan,
.

Jan.

Mar.
Feb.
354 Feb.
1154 Feb.
31 5b Jan.
6

Mar.

4

654 Mar.

2

52

Mar. 25

6

954 Jan.

45

90
13

Mar. 10
Mar. 2

854 Mar.

3
6

Mar. 28

Mar.

2

2454 Mar. 14

25

Mar. 27

10

11

8

Jan. 24
Feb. 26

Mar. 11

554 Feb, 18
Feb. 24
Mar. 28
Feb.
5

2054 Jan.

Jan.

1254 Mar.

Jan.

8954 Feb. 20

25
19
6

16
24

3

21
26
17
21

28
10854 Mar. 26

Jan.
454 Mar.

60

654 Feb.
6
154 Feb. 10
15
Jan.
8
354 Jan,
3

18

Jam
Jan.

48

754 Mar. 30

2

Feb.
2
Jan. 30

Jan.

Mar.

854 Jan.
2754 Mar.

8

7

754 Jan. 23
4654 Mar. 10
454 Feb.
3
1854 Mar. 10

354 Feb
1254 Jan.
5
48

354 Feb.

20c
25

Mar. 2
Mar. 12

8

Mar.

19

3
Feb. 25
Mar. 12
Jan.
6
Jan. 21

354 Feb.

2554
354
12
1854

3654 Mar. 21
4354 Jan. 12

854 Mar. 18

32
20

2754 Mar. 18

Jan. 13
Feb. 17

Feb.

12
90

Mar. 10

Mar.
Jan.

1054

75

80
13
8
24

Mar. 14

3
22
9

16

Mar.

1054 Mar. 18

6

4854 Mar. 21
554 Mar. 19
1354 Feb. 25
554 Mar. 27

20c

3 10854 Mar. 26
5
Mar. 4
454 Mar. 11

50

1254

Mar. 30

2754 Mar. 31

8

854 Sale
654
854
154
2

9

Sale

18

Jan.
6
Mar. 24
Feb, 25
1254 Jan. 29

2054 Jan. 27
654 Jan,
3

454 Jan.
354 Feb.

Sale

Feb.
Jan.

4

25

654

954 Sale
28
93

Mar. 21

Feb. 21

30

1754 Feb. 28

18c

3

32

Mar. 5
20c Mar. 17
1954 Mar. 5

4

41

Jan.
3
Feb. 24
Mar. 25
Feb. 16

17

Mar.

1454 Sale

Jan.

2754 Feb. 10

3654 Mar. 21

Mar. 27
Mar. 30

27

10

754
15)4
2954
6054

13

5

15c

1154 Mar. 10

2554 Jan. 29
254 Feb.
6

3054 Mar.

6

1554

13

1154 Mar . 10
754 Mar. 11

10

30c

Feb.

854 Mar. 24
754 Mar. 13

3954 Mar. 2
1654 Mar.. 9
754 Ma .31

Sale

Feb. 26

29

254

23
33

3

2054 Mar. 11

Feb.

11

1354

190

Jan.

1254

Sale

Mar. 19

27

25

354 Mar. 12

27

Jan.
Feb.

1554 Jan.
5

6

9

1754 Mar. 23
954 Jan. 15

1154 Jan.
75s Jan.
173

6

Feb.

2454 Jan.

48

..........100

1,474 Square D class A__
Class B
*
2,115
3,455 Standard Steel Spring......*
225 Stearns (Frederick) 8c Co..*

920
712

,355

"loo

com...*

Jan.
Feb.

1

8

Mar. 27

Mar, 27

2

2054 Mar. 30
154 Mar. 31

20c

250 Pt Huron Sulphite & Paper.*

200

4J4 Feb. 26

Mar. 18

Mar.

2

5

Parker Rust Proof com.....*
Peerless Cement common...*

7,880 Pittsburgh Forgings

7,280

9
6

.

2

554 Mar. 10

2

40
17

754 Sale

15c
19
31

554

•

2554 Mar.

254 Feb
454 Feb.

Jan.

4

354

4254 Sale

20

3

Parke Davis 8c Co

6
2

Mar. 27

2754 Mar. 14

44

30

Class B.
Packard Motor Co com.....*

2254 Mar. 25

Jan.

1654 Feb.

6

Mar.

5
6

26

1854

100

84,569
26,408
26,487
1,553

5

Feb.

16

4354 Jan.
15c
14

3
3

Mar. 27

4

Sale

1754 Sale

270 Outboard Motors class A....*

23,957
10,378
24,592

17

Feb.
Feb.

2854 Sale

26

2054 Mar. 11

6 Michigan Steel common....*

23,207

1454 Mar.
554 Feb.

2

3
4
2

Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 10

12

H Sale

8

Jan.

554 Jan.

Mar. 23

554 Mar. 2
354 Mar. 26
454 Mar. 24
25

354

10

2054
Sale
26!
154

3

27

2

Jan.

11

Jan. 23
Jan. 29

Mar. 23

25

Sale

25

Jan.

5

5

2

254 Sale
30

1754 Mar.

4

954 Sale
754
8
6
Sale
1054 Sale

.....

17

254
54
1054
354

3

17

8

3954 Sale
16

454 Sale

4

19

954 Jan. 30
554 Jan.
2
454 Jan. 27
3
Jan.
3
254 Feb. 24

8

21]

30
1

Hudson Motor Car.........*

300 Kirsch Co com
Convertible preferred....*
525

60
360
928

Highest.

754 Jan.
9
554 Jan.
2
454 Jan. 27

ltS

"4 H Sale
Sale

40

:::::

Kenneth Mfg Co com.......*

% 8
14

5

454
2

2

554
7 54

19

18

*

Class B

-----

954
554 Sale

5
4 54

3

Hu cto Engineering com....
1 Kalamazoo Stove com.....

""640

I.

Sale Prices.

v

Sale Prices.

5

1654

39

....__*

200 Howell Electric class A

7

31

2,010 Hoover Steel Ball com.....10
2,230 Hosklns Mfg com
.__.*
3,150 Houdaille-Hershey class A..*
Class B
*
64,828

100

1,308
1,500
33,199

Sale
8

17054

.....*

com

Ask.

1654 Sale

1654

1154

126 Gt Lakes Engineering com. 10

36

6,655

2154 Sale
854
2254 Sale
454 Sale

15

Nat Investors com..

10
77,919 General Motors com
4,847 General Parts common.....*
Convertible preferred....*
55,967
3,052 Graham-Paige Motor com..*
9,849 Grand Rap Metal Craft....

3,415

1454 Sale
,554 Sale
1454 Sale

1

....

850

Sate*

111/

454
254 Sale

254
3

1354

Lowest,

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

1454

4H

,!*

28'

100 Gemmer Mfg Co class A
550 Gen Fdy & Machine units..

32,039
3,305
27,244

Bid.

Sale

com....

*
86,039 Ex-Cello Aircraft 8c Tool..
4.679 Federal Mogul common
7,646 Federal Motor Truck com...*
16,237 Federal Screw Works com...*
6,187 Ford Motor of Canada cl A.

30,203

Ask.

*

100 Brown Fence 8c Wire cl B

1,264

March 2.

1931.
Par.

1,900 Airway Elec Appliance com.*

200
773

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price
Jan. 2

STOCK EXCHAHGE
March.

695,788
1,492,766

PRICES IN MARCS.

DETROIT

8ALES.

Since
Jan. 1.

...

1930.

'

477,129
1,176,944

14

Jan.

12

6
27

1054 Feb. 11
8
2

18

Feb. 18
Jan.
5
Jan. 28

6)4 Feb. 27
53
13
90
16
11
32
24
6
26

Feb. 25
Feb. 26
Feb. 10
Feb.
5
Jan.
8
Mar.
6
Jan.
3
Feb.
5

Feb. 20

71

DETBOIT STOCK EXCHANGE
aggregate sales,

March.

Shares.

4.074

Price
2
1931.

EXCHANGE

STOCKS
Par.

20,091 Tlntken Axle

eom

19

Preferred..
100
107
75 Union Investment com....*

"""55

U 8 Radiator com

""6.542

,

3,567
-

200

52,425

7
Preferred.........*....100
450 Universal Cooler class A.
Class B
18.379
22,256 Universal Product com....-*
450 Walker 8c Co units....*..

103,572 Warner

Aircraft Corp oom..*

360 Whitman 8c Barnes Inc com *
150 Wolverine Portl Cent com.. 10
50 Wolverine Tube com

110

50

1.

Jan.

Since
Jan. 1.

Shares.

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN MARCS.

DETROIT

STOCK
In

Ask.

Bid.

March 2..
Bid.

Sale

9%

11% Sale

4%
6
20% Sale

10,755

2,030
12,738
28,246

5,514 American State...........30
28,392 Detroit Bankers
50,784 Guardian Detroit.........20

85

135 United Savings....100

Ask.

10 % Sale

10X Mar. 10

11% Mar.

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale Prices.

5

Mar. 19

5

2

Mar* 19

22

70

1H
IX
13% 'Sale
22
24
.

1H Sale
Sale
23
Sale
16 H

Sale

2%

Mar.

2

'■M Mar*

6

1\

10

1H Mar. 25
13 k Mar. 31
23

Sale""

11

3%

4
Sale

.

1% Sale

8

Mar. 16

3%
10

H*
3% Sale

Yosemite Holding com v t c.*

,10.755

Lowest.
Sale Prices

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

10

Mar. 20

2% Mar. 26

2

Mar.

16% Mar.

7

2

23
Mar. 2
3% Mar* 12

8% Mar. 24
10

Mar. 20

3% Mar. 24

Highest.

Sale Prices.
Jan.
2
Feb. 10
Feb. 24
20
2
Jan.
Feb. 14
65
Jan. 12
2

io!

2% Mar.

3
17
16
2
16
26
20
26

2

Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
1% Jan.

1%
13
23

7% Mar.
2% Feb.
10

Mar.

Sale Prices.

iJf

k

Feb*
Feb.
Feb
Jan.
Feb.*
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
.

20
14

24
2

14
9
4

28

6
24
3% Mar. 12
8% Mar. 24
3% Feb. 13
Mar. 20
10
3% Mar. 24

BANKS.

.

642
*

No par value,




50% Sale

Sale

86

Sale

Sale

53
60

Sale
76

51% Sale

Sale

64

55

60

45

50

50

38
51

Mar. 31
Mar. 26
Mar. 25

67
Jan.
5
90% Jan. 24
59% Jan. 30
65
Feb.
2

30

Alar. 28

48

50% Mar.

2

41% Mar.

74
38
61

Mar. 31
Mar. 26
Mar. 25

86

2

74

30

Mar. 28

47% Mar.

41X Mar.

2

Mar.

51% Mar.
55

Mar.

TRUST COMPANIES.

48

847
o

Sale

82 %

Sold for Cash

x

Bx-dlvidenda.

50

y

JSx-righta.

30% Sale

3

Jan.

6

71

DBTEOIT STOCK EXCHANGE

STOCK

**

Jmm. 1.

-

7%Vmtom

Par
!•
1M

lamtneot

com

*

tin U •» Ritflator

Bid.

com

7{

Ask.

Bid

9% Sale

11% Sale

QmI
%i,2W Unlrawat Product
4 V) Watkar Ac Go

com

*

t$3.57i W«m«f Aircraft Corp

24

1H Sale

com.

in

ale*

16%

Sale

t0.7&4Y»ssn*ltn Uokflsl

com ▼ t c

~~3%

Mar. 19

11% Mar.

2

'T'Maf.lQ

23

4
Sale

2% Sale

Sale

10

%

2%
8

10

...ill*
3% Sale

*

1% Mar. 26
13% Mar. 31

Mar.

7

16% Mar.

2

23

Sale

Sale

Whitman Ac Barnes Inc com *

iAO WohwtM Port! Ge n com..10
AO Wolverine Tube com........*

10% Mar. 10

70

13% 'Sale
22

units.......

10% Sale

Lowest.

Highest,
Sale Prices.

22

Sale

"iH ~~iH

>1«.»79!

Ask.

5

.....

4$) VflHfMl GmIm clan A

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

~~4% "6"
20%

-

March 2.

1931.

<SRM#1 TMmmi Aitoeni
J<*7f
Pttfemd

I.

Jan.

STOCKS

A*w».

SINCE JAN.

Price
2

EXCHANGE

Sine*

Men*,

RANGE

PRICES IN MARCH,

DITKOIT

AOGMmATM SALES.

23

2

Mar.

2

2% Mar. 6
7% Mar. 16

2

Mar.

3% Mar. 12
8% Mar. 24

Sale Prices.
Jan.
2
Feb. 10
Feb. 24
Jan.
2
20
Feb. 14
65
Jan.
12
Jan.
3
Feb. 17
Feb. 16
23
2
1% Jan.

10l

,!»

7% Mar. 16

2% Feb. 26

"id""Mar ."20
2% Mar. 26

10

Mar. 20

3% Mar. 24

Mar. 20
2% Mar. 26

10

Highest.
Sale Prides.
Feb. 20

iJf
if*

Feb. 14
Feb. 24
Jan.
2
Feb. 14
4
Feb.
9
4
2% Feb.
Feb. 28
K* Feb. 5
24
3% Mar. 12

8% Mar. 24
Feb. 13

18*

Mar. 20

3% Mar. 24

BANKS.

8,5tl Aswwlrsn Stnto...........20
J/M'i Dnwnts Bonbore...........20
W.7M Gmoedtem Detroit....
20
IA6<UotteA Snvlnio..........100
,

|

TRUST COMPANIES.
HTflistttylimt..
•

If* far WkXa*.




•

Soli for Cash

m

R

Si-dividends,

64
Sale
82% Sale
63
Sale
60
76

48

60

j

Bx-rlghts.

50% Sale
86

Sale

61% Sale
66

60

45

50

41% Mar.
76% Sale
41% Sale
60

30% Sale

2

74
38
51

Mar. 31

30

Mar. 26
Mar. 26

Mar. 28

2

41% Mar.
74

51% Mar.

2

38

90% Jan. 24
59% Jan. 80

55

Mar.

5

51

2
Mar. 31
Mar. 26
Mar. 25

67

2

65

Feb.

2

47% Mar.

3

30

Mar. 28

48

Jan.

6

Mar.

Jan.

5

50% Mar.
86

t

esc

Baltimore Stock
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE

March-.

Shares

31,161
97,300

Jan. 1 to March 31

AGGREGATE

80,643
217,509

v

Jan.

3,000

BONDS

1.

4s second

sewer

sewer

900

5,200
14,900

4s

1962

I

""loo

5,000
10,000
1,000
23,500
1,000
3,500
3,300
5,000

200

,

V- 5,000

Ask.

10134 Mar.

4s School

1961

Sale

Prices.

6 101 % Mar.

6

100

4s Second Sewer

1960

Sale

101

loan

4s annex impt.

1956
..1955
1954

101

Sale

Mar. 20 101

Mar.

2

Mar. 20

101% Mar. 28

4s annex

101

Mar.

4 101

Mar.

4

100

101% Mar. 18 101%

101

Mar."28

.1951

impt

101

101%
101

4s second water serial

1950

10134 Mar.

Mar. 12 101

Mar. 12

5 101% Mar.

5

100 4s Second Water Serial.. 1949

5,000 48 second series P & B
1,000 4s second sewer
7,500 3^8 new sewer

2,900
200

800

4,700 3%s public impt...
1,000 3%s
Arnold Cypress Co
Arnold Lumber Co

2,000

1,000

T.660

1,000

21",56o
87,000
23,000
5,300
37,100
32,000
1,000

Shares.

775

2,999

99

Mar. 27

94

Mar. 27

Mar.

94

Mar.

5

5

51

80

95

95

Mar. 11

80

Mar. 11

1.000 Maryland Mtge 5%s
1948
2,000 Monon Vail Trac 1st 5s._1942
2,000 Norfolk Street Ry 5s
1944
1940
10,000 North Ave Market 6s
1935
3,000 Olustee Timber Co 6s
2,000 Prudential Ref 6%s w w.1943

1940
3,000 Sandura Co Inc 1st 6s
5,000 Silica Gel Corp 6%s w w.1932
4,000 Standard Gas Equip 6 %s 1932
1,000 i'olchester Beach 6s
21,000 Un Porto Rican Sug 6%s_1937
356,000 United Ry & El 1st 4s
1949
Income 4s
1949
110,000
56,400
Funding 5s
1936
1st 6s
1949
79,100
122,000 Wash Bait & Annap 5s
1941
1,000 West Penrt Traction 5s._1960

100

95

1,858

1,370 Appalachian Corp
5,896 Arundel Corporation
565 Atlantic Coast L (Conn)

6,154

Baltimore Trust Co...
228 Baltimore Tube preferred
25
Common

•»

35

101

Mar. 10 101

Mar. 10

6,021

25

225

101% 101% Mar. 26 102% Mar. 14
105

Mar. 14 105

Mar. 14

98

9934
Sale

93 34

79

9734 100

7634

97% Mar.

6

97% Mar.

6

93% Mar. 2 93 % Mar. 2
101% Mar. 11 101% Mar. 11

Sale

*

Mar. 11

80

Mar. 11

Feb.

101

100% Jan.

Feb.

8
89%
Jan.
Mar. 3 101%
3 101%
Mar.
Feb. 28 101%
Mar. 3 101%

94

Mar. 27

94

Mar.

5

101

96

96% Mar.
51

Sale

51

7

Mar. 20

96% Mar.
56% Mar.

7
5

Jan.

60" "76"
103

88

93

92

96

92

84

Mar. 20

89

86

100% Mar. 13 100% Mar. 13

-----

90

86

90

60

Mar.

65

47

Mar.

50% Mar.

2034

50%

Sale

Sale
3834

25

37

43

Sale
45

50

Sale

60

60

18

16

3
17

Feb.

3

94

Mar. 27

94

Mar.

5

3
3
22

80

27

Mar. 11

Jan.

7

95

Jan.

27

Mar. 10 101

Mar. 10

Feb.
Feb.

97% Feb.

10

97% Feb.

Jan.

14

90 '

Jan

28
14
14
13

19

10
14

Jan.
2
93% Feo. 25 95
101% Mar. 11 101% Mar. 11

Jan.

6

27

75

Jan.

50

Feb.

27

Feb.

3

96% Mar. 7
5
56% Mar.
101% Jan. 15
65

Feb.

Feb.

21

88% Mar. 6
103% Mar. 12

88% Mar.
103
81

Mar. 11

85% Jan.
24

Feb.

95

80

Mar.
Feo.

88

Jan.

6

Jan.

93

.Tan,

Jan.

95

Feb.

6
26

Jan.

79

Jan.

7

95% Feb. 20
3
100% Fob.

92% Feb.
100% Feb.

29

88
50

47" Sale"

_44~"

Mar.

Mar.

79

Mar, 20

79

79

3

93

84
96

95

10034

3

Mar.

94

84

84

96

Mar.

88% Mar. 6
4 103% Mar. 12
6

6

Mar.

16 103% Jan.
28 102% Mar.
Mar.
105
Mar. 15 105
Feb.
100% Jan.
9 101
Feb.
98
Feb. 27 101
101

65

88% Mar.

Feb.

5

10
3

75

101% Jan.
70
88

Feb.

100% Jan.
100% Feb.
51% Jan.

76% Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

3
Mar. 12

10134 Mar.

3 101
6 101

8734
101%
101%
101 %
101%

24

18 %

Mar. 28

Jan.

88

Jan.

50

Mar.

65

Mar. 28

50% Feb.

22

.....

25

21

21

Mar.

26

Mar. 13

42% Jan.
19% Jan.

40

40

Mar.

43

Mar.

37

Sale
Sale

60

Mar.

61% Mar. 12

50

Jan.

Jan.

16

Mar.

20

Mar. 10

16

Mar.

65
35

25
I7

•Tan.

2n

94

41%
19%

Mar.

94

Mar. 11

94

Mar.

94

Mar.

11

38%

Sale

1%
40%
113

Sale
Sale
117

1

38
100

Sale
Sale

10

2
5

26

Mar. 13

Jan.

44

Feb.

Mar. 10

38

Mar. 31

100

1% Mar.

2

Mar.

2

38

Mar.

2

100

Sale

31%

Sale

30%

Sale

common

*

Credit

2

1% Feb. 24
42

Jan.

27

9

Feb.

60

Feb.

32%
37%
7%
3%

Feb.
4
Jan. 20
Feb.
2
Feb. 20
Feb.

32

Mar. 17

30

Jan.

37% Mar. 10

37

Mar.

Mar. 16

3% Mar. 11
11

15

13% Sale

11

Sale

11

Mar. 31

118

Sale

22

Sale

Preferred

50

53
6%% 1st preferred
..100
236 Commercial Credit N O pf

23

..25

.

83
23

83%
24

Sale

Mar.

22

118%

22

226

B

.....

*

25

Preferred..




8

Jan.

30% Mar. 31

3% Mar. 11
13% Mar. 2

Preferred

value

Jan.

Mar. 31 115% Feb.

7% Feb.
3% Feb.

10

Mar.

21%
21%
84%
24%

Mar. 23
Mar.
5
Mar. 2
Mar.
9

11

Mar.

15

24

Black & Decker

43 Commercial

75c

41

Mar. 31 115

37

30

100

450

Ho

4

100% Jan.

60

39

•

Feb.

3
Jan.
7
Jan.
5
Mar.
Jan. 10

85% Jan.

80
90

50

250

51

7 101% Feb.
24 101

100%
10034
101%
100%

90

275 Ches & Pot Tel of Bait pf__100

33

5

2
15
10
4

Feb.

103

102 h

101"

145 Berliner-Joyce Aircraft Corp.

1,972

161

Feb.

8 101% Feb.

3 101

15 100% Jan.
18 101% Feb.

STOCKS.

Shares.

215
«•

Feb.

10034 Jan.

95

97

205 Baltimore Brick pref.

«■

Feb.

100% Jan.
0% Jan.

99% Jan.
5
2 i01% Mar.
7
7 101% Mar. 26

70

81

1950

1,000 Macon Dublin & Sav 5s..1947
7,000 Md Electric Ry 1st 5s
1931
1st & ref 6%s series A-.1957
17,000
1,000 Maryland Lat'l & Post Rd L'n

Mar.

Feb.

50

50

52

76%
75

.1945

1939

101

101

2

5

10034 Jan.
100% Feb.

9934

97

274

3

94
94

99

94

...

,

2,000

94

5,000 Knoxville Traction 1st 5s 1938
.1942
2,000 Lake Roland 1st 5s_.
1,000 Lord Bait Hotel gen 6%%.

5,000
1.000

3 101% Mar.

101

2,000 Georgia Marble 6s.
3,000 Ga Sou & Florida 5s
4,000 Kingsport Press 6%%

"5", 600

3
3
3

101% Mar.

101

Charleston Cons Ry Gas
& Electric 5s
1999
4,000
6,000 Ches & Potomac Tel of Va 5s
8,000 Consol Gas Gen 4%s
1954
First 5s
;
1939
2,000
3,0 0 Consol G E L & P 4^8—1935
4,000 Finance Co of Am 6%8
1934

4,000

2,000
2,000

Carolina Fiber Co

3

89% Mar.
3 101% Mar.
3 101% Mar.

89

1936

1,000 Atlantic Coast Line Co
1936
3,000 Balto & Harrisb RR 5s
12,000 Bait Spar Pt & Ches 4 %s.1953
13,000 Bait Trac N Bait Dlv 5s_.1942
5,000 Benesch (I) & Sons I w I. 1939

Mar.

101% Mar.
101% Mar.

101%

6%s__ 1939
6% 8. .1937

500

2,000
7,000

88

1940

2,000
2,000

2,000
2,000

3

101

1937

..1980

200 3%s
1945
800 3%s public improvement. 1940

T656

1,000

1941

3

23

101

101

100

1951

17
10

Mar. 20 101 % Jan.
5 101% Feb.
99% Jan.

14

101

4s oaving loan

Feb.

14

101

100

3 101
3 101

Feb.

101

Mar.
2 101% Mar.
7
101% Mar,26 101 % Mar. 26
101

101
100

17 100% Jan.
4 101% Feb.

100% Jan.

99% Jan.

1953

4s 3rd P & B

Feb.

100% Jan.

101
101

100

Feb.

101

10034

„.l9ft8

(Cpn)

Highest.

Prices.
101 % Mar.
6 101 % Mar.
6
Feb. 19 101
Feb. 19

101

1961
1961

—

1.

Sale

Prices,

100% Jan.
101% Feb.

101

1960

4s water loan..

JAN.

101

1961

4s O B

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale

Sale Prices

1962
1961

4s dock loan

700 4s park

22,156

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

1962

4s sewerage impt
600 48 burnt district..

100

March 2.
Bid.

1962

4s conduit

3,500

3,500

Ask.

1964

300 4s Sewerage Impt

rv

Bid.

1974

4s second

3,000 4s O B
2,000 4s P & B (coupon)
100! +s Jones Falls
100

RANGE

IN MARCH.

2,413,500

2

1931.

BALTIMORE CITY BONDS—

3,000
3,000
1,000
2,200

Jan. 1 to March 31.

PRICES
Jan.

%

9

1930.

$552,500

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
March.

March

BALTIMORE

SALES.
Since

In

1931.

$282,600
976,300

Bond Sales.

1930.

1931.

Stock Sales.

Feb.

24% Feb. 20
2 118% Mar.
22
Mar.
6

12

Feb.

2

19

Jan.

23

Mar. 31

21

Jan.

24

24

Mar. 26

21% Jan.

28

4 118% Mar.
2
22
Mar.

84% Mar.
24% Mar.

4

2
9

80

Jan.

17

24

Jan.

' 7

24

4
2

22% Jan. 26
24% Feb. 21
84% xvlar.
2
24 % Mar.
9

73

BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE

In

PRICES

BALTIMORE
STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES

STOCKS

Jan. 1.

Shares

Shares.

5,089 Consol Gas

E L & Power

147

6% preferred

3

214

494

1,488

565

*

1,162 Consolidation Coal

D

85
110

100

666 Eastern Rolling Mill—

"55

.*
775 Emerson Bromo Seltz Awl
100 Empire 38th St Corpi pref. 100
25
182 Equitable Trust Co

210

1.613 Fidelity & Deposit

276
*•

2,071 Fidelity & Guar Fire Corp. 10

375

«N

1,373

«.

—

15

—

29

159

159

1,096

1,816
0

"190

140

B

Bid

Ask

99% Sale

103% 103%
IK

3

7%

March 31.
Bid

94%
110%
104%
5%

Ask.

Sale

Sale"

12

—

6%
31

Sale

Sale

Lowest.

10

A

94%
111%
109%
103%
2%
9

Sale

Sale Prices.

Mar. 4
99% Mar. 2
Mar.
4
Mar. 24 112
Mar. 18 109% Mar. 18
Mar. 30
Mar. 4 105
Mar. 11
5% Mar. 30

88

.

206

3,950
224
10

40%

Mar. 28

30% Mar. 30

11% Mar . 12
30% Mar. 30

25

44%
Sale

42

44

Mar. 12

Mar. 31

27

28
161

41

Sale

Sale

27

158

Sale

158

7

44

Mar.

41 %

Feb.

105

Mar. 30

2

Sale

44 %

Sale

40

Sale

24

40

Mar. 23

32

Feb.

24

Jan.

165

30

30

Sale

30 %

5
5

Preferred ...—•.......100

59

262

100

....

25

25

t—100

v

6% Mar. 6
7% Mar. 14
44% Mar. 2

10% Mar. 17

Jan.

10

6

Jan.

1*

33

Sale

Mar.

6

Mar.

2

24

4

Mar.

3

Mar.

15
8

Mar.

6% Mar,
31% Mar.
31% Mar.

35% Mar.

2

417% Mar.

32

364

7
....

32% Sale
24% Sale
5%
6

Amsterdam Casualty...
191 Northern Central

2,256 Penna Water & Power
Roland Park

4

341

449
60

332
365

5,908

1

lH

"105

*

33

Sale

58% Sale

Feb.

25

Mar.

Jan.

36

Mar. 21

Jan.

32

Mar.

33%

24% Mar.

25% Mar.
5% Mar.

Jan.

Mar.

5

Mar.

7% Mar.

7% Mar.

25%
7%
7%
61%

36% Sale

64

68%

JX

Mar.

60

Jan.
Jan.

33% Sale
88%
90

33

88% Mar. 10

34% Mar. 19
36% Mar. 2
89% Mar. 26

Sale

64

68% Mar. 19

58% Jan.

17

17

64

Mar. 30

Mar. 31

32% Jan.
Jan.

2

85% Jan.

19

32

9

Feb. 24
Jan. 17
Feb.

417% Mar.

30
24

34% Mar. 19

40

41

Jan.

2

Feb.

Jan.

Sale

17

2

Mar.

2

7

16
4

Mar. 18
Jan.
6
Mar. 11
Jan.

12

Mar.

2

Feb.

5

34% Mar. 19
36% Feb. 24
89% Mar. 26

2

70

Feb.

Mar.
2
Jan. 30
Jan.
7

17

Mar.

20

Jan.

7

Jan.

Feb.

26

*

7

21

Mar. 14

16

21

9

Mar. 26

10

Mar. 14

9

Mar. 26

10

Mar. 14

Sale

5

Mar. 19

Mar. 24

5

Mar. 19

13% Jan.

16

Mar. 13

11
18

Mar. 20

22

Jan.

8

18

Mar. 20

Sale

57

Mar. 31

59

Mar.

4

Jan.

2

62

Mar.

52
4

Jan.

7
2

37

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

20

5

-10

12

15

Sale

3%
27%

Sale"

Fidelity & Guar

new

10

......

50

Inc pref ♦
50

Prior preferred.
104
225 Western National Bank

2

30
7
Mar. 14

7

52

Md Dairy

-Mar.

20

•

19

18

57

59%
5% Sale
36% Sale

30% Sale

30% Mar. 30

5% Mar.
36% Mar.

4
2

25% Jan.

96

96

96

Mar. 20

97% Mar.

2

96

97% Sale

95% Sale

95% Mar. 31

97% Mar.

2

37" :::::

98
50c
93 %

58

10

Mar.

35~

35" Mar."31

37

3

5

Sale

5

9

20

Sale"

Jan.

27

94

Jan.

6

54% Jan.
Mar.

19

1

94%

Jan.

5

Mar. 31

35

No par value.




Msfr.

Jan.

32% Mar.

61

2

Feb. 20

Jan.

2

com

50
1,413 Union Trust Co
2,173 United Rys & Electric.....50

1,939 Western

29

19
24

Mar.

Mar.

27

Jan.

Mar.

61

Feb.

Mar.

Mar. 24

395

Mar. 14

69% Jan.

Jan.

1

61":::::

17

584 Un Porto Rican Sugar com
Preferred
210

U S

J*

50

22% Feb. 26

Mar.

5

486 Standard Gas Equip pref
341 Standard Gas Equip common

18,698

1

22

Homeland Co—

5 Walton & Co pref
100 Wash Bait & Annapolis
251

5

7% Sale

....

Common

25 Second So Bankers
500 Silica Gel common

""475

30

25% Sale

Mar.

34

4,814 New

4

Mar.

Mar.
40
22% Feb.

18

Jan.

7% Mar. 26
6% Mar. 6

6% Mar.

24

410% Mar.

35% Sale
30% 31%

200 Nat'l Sash Weight pref

152

Mar. 21

Mar.

2

Mar.

1

1

17

24% Jan.

Mar. 12

Feb.

w

21
14

2

12
27

404

233 Mt Vernon-Woodb M

Feb.

15

68
15

3% Mar.

25

•

12

32% Jan.

20 140

Jan.

17% Mar.

Sale

t—25

Merch & Miners Transp
Monon W Penn P S pref

19

5% Mar. 30

45

24

17% Sale

...

Mercantile Trust

1,299 Mort Bond & Title

Jan.

26

Jan.

"7" Mar." 14 "7% Mar."26

Sale

13 Merch Mort & Credit Co...

1,018
4,857

Jan.

7% Jan.
3
30% Mar. 30

132
7

100

▼

Feb.fr 5

110

29
Mar.
4
Mar. 31 165
Mar. 21
4
10% Mar. 17

22%
c

112

41

6% Mar. 6
7% Mar. 26

1

w

Jan.

Jan.

10

*~6~~

Preferred
First Nat Bank

13 100% Feb.

82

9

Mar.

Sale Prices

108% Jan.
102% Jan.

130

"10%

Guilford Realty Co

174

1,728

1.

110

5 May Oil Burner

6

JAN.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

35

__

2d preferred
25
1.206
8,735 Maryland CasConew when iss
1,354 Maryland Tr Co new when iss

13

SINCE

Lowest.

Highest.

Snip Pripps.

*
com

388 Mfrs Finance common
1st preferred
475

"

•

91
Sale
Sale

24 Humphreys Mfg Co pref

138

202
118

*

Common class B vot tr

524 Houston Oil pref v t
Preferred (new)
334

"24

2,604

Series

109

Ask

.....50

Finance Co of Amer A

345 Finance Service

64
29

Bid.

100
100
100

5%% pref w 1 ser E
6% preferred--

ser

March 2.

1931.
Par.

11

115
25

RANGE

Jan. 2

March.

1,066

IN MARCH.

Price about

Since

sfcr

1
■

r

6

9
13
20

20

97% Mar

2

1

Jan.

27

98

Feb.

2

55

Jan.!

3

38

Jan.]13

Francisco Stock Exch.
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
Stock Sales.

March

'

Jan. 1 to March 31

AGGREGATE

STOCK

i

1931.
Bid.

s

7.000
1,000
4,000
4,000
16,000
73,000
10,000
209,000
5,000
5,000
2,000
'3,000

1,000

"2,666
1,000
6,000
9,000

7b~66o

1,000
3,000

Assoc Oil Co

1935
5% 1933
5%
1937
Calif & Haw Sug Ref 7% .1937
Calif Ore Pow Co 6%
1942
Calif-Pack Corp 5%
1940
6%

Calif Gas & Elec Corp

Emp Capwell Corp 6 >4%-1942
Food Mach'y

Corp

ser

■3", 656

6%

Corp 5%.1939
1942
1947

1,000 Pacific Electric Ry 5%.. 1942
11,000 Pacific Gas 8c Elec 5%_._1942
6,000
5%
—.1955
36.000
5*4%
1952
6%
1941
9,500
1937
9,000 Pacific T 8c T Co 5%
1952
4,000 Pacific T & T Co 5%
51,000 Paraffine Cos, Inc, 5%—1935
Ry Equip & Realty Co,
Ltd, 6%
—1938
60,000
3,000 San Joaquin Lt &Pow 6% _'52
5%
1957
26,000
1,000 So Pac Co Ore Lines 4*6% '77
12,000 Union Oil Co of Calif 6%. 1942
23,000 Union Oil Co of Calif 5% .1945

1,000
4,000
1,000
3,000

13*555
15.000

25",060

10",565
10,000

JAN.

SINCE

1.

Ask.

102*6

Jan.

6 103*4 Mar.

Feb.

2 101

—

104*4 Mar. 18 104*4 Mar. 18
104*4 Mar. 4 104*4 Mar. 4
104*6
Mar. 18 106*6 Mar. 16
105*4 106*4 106
99
Mar. 31
99
Sale
99*4 Mar. 30

"99*4 "99*4
103*4
Sale

103*4
66*6 Sale

103*4 Feb.

9

65

Mar.

2

68

Mar. 26

til «1 fil 1 til 11 11 tI
1
1 1
1

1

11 1
1

1

1

III"

103*6

~—

110

105*4
105*4

""""

-

97*6 Mar.

96

—

103

-----

91

85

91.*4

85

88

82*6

83*4

96*4 93*4 96*4 93*4
103*6 103*4 104*4 103*6
104
104*4
105*4
105*4 IIIII 105*6 106
111
111*4 112
104*6
103*4
104*4 105
107*4 108*4
99*6
"99*6 Sale" 99*4
_

Sale

84

88

89

115

85
115*6
104
99

•

6

97*6 Mar.

Mar. 26 103
94
Mar. 27

6

Mar. 26
2

'

"W

"92*4 Sale" "97*6 Sale" "95*6"

87

Feb.

96

101*4 Feb.

Feb.

13

Mar. 26

Feb.

21

Feb.

2

Feb.

20

Mar. 30
Mar. 18

6 105*4 Jan. 31
97*4 Mar. 6

16

Mar. 26

16 103

85

Mar. 27

94*4 Jan.

15

Jan.

29

91

Jan.

22

Mar. 24

W*
70

Jan.

27

85

Mar. 24

Mar. 26 93*4 Mar. 26
Mar. 9 103*6 Mar. 9
Mar. 14 104*4 Mar. 14
Mar. 18 105*6 Mar. 24

93*4
102*6
103 *4
105*4

85

...

89

2

Mar.

83*4 Mar. 28

.....

166

Mar. 18

91

70

13 103*4
Feb.
3 68
Feb. 21
95
Feb.
2 104
103*4 Feb. 20 103*4
6 110
108*6 Feb.
Mar. 18 108
107
65

104*4 Jan.

102*6

94

96

Mar. 18 107

105*4

102

90
88

116" "Mar .'30 116'"Mar ."30
107

106

Feb.

Feb. 26 104 *4 Mar. 18
104*4 Feb. 20 104*4 Mar. 4
9
105*4 Jan. 16 106*4 Feb.
3
98
Jan.
2
99*4 Jan.

95
104

104*6
103*6

9

104

9 103*6 Mar.

104

103*4

65

Highest.
Sale Prices.

101

101

"98" Sale"

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

103*6 Mar.

103*6 103*6 103*6 104

"55*4 "55"

Highest.
Sale Prices.

101*6

102*6

104

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Mar. 18 104*6 Mar. 18

Mar.

4 100

Mar. 16

89

Mar. 26
Jan.
9
Feb. 21
Mar. 24
Jan.
8
105
Jan. 31
106*4 Jan.
6
100
Jan.
2

93*4
103*4
104*4
105*4
110*4

Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
110*2 Feb.
104*1 Mar.
106*4 Jan.

Mar. 18

98

Feb.

3

86

Jan.

Mar.

114*6 Jan.
Mar. 17 104*4 Mar. 19
104*6 104
99*6
106*6 Mar. 6 106*6 Mar. 6
Mar. 13 97*6 Mar. 2
"---I 96

102

Jan.

99*4 Feb.
Feb.

106

92*4 Jan.

6

90

Jan.

10

16 114*4 Jan. 19
5 104*4 Mar. 19
3
3 99*4 Feb.
2 106*4 Mar. 6
2 97*4 Mar. 2

STOCKS

par
Shares.
188 Anglo 8c Lon Paris N Bk__100
25
500 Armour & Co A.10
8,311 Associated Ins Fund Inc

Shares.

115

T, 090
:

RANGE

IN MARCH.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

100*6

-

"2,600

Bid.

Great Western Pow Co 5% *46
Los Ann G & E

—

...

$202,000
653,000

$191,000
654,500

A 6%'38

-

1,000
5,000

March 2.

Ask.

Coast Cos Gas & El Co 5s. 1960

5*6%
3,000
3,000 Los Ang G& E Corp 5*6 % 1943
12,000 Market St Ry 7%
1940
12,500 Miller A Lux 6%
1945
14,500
7%
1935
12,000 No Amer Invest Corp 5S-.1947
6,000 Orph Theatre 8c Rlty 6% .1946

"5.066

Jan. 1 to March 31

1930.

1931.

:

Price
Jan. 2

BONDS

Jan. 1.

$

,

March

PRICES

EXCHANGE

Since

March.

;V?,

1930.

1,656,270
4,765,103

SAN FBANCISCO

SALES.

In

Bond Sales.

1931.

1,085,527
3,491,009

Shares

-

EXCHANGE

5,509

12,652

25

Atlas Imp

Diesel A.......

275 Bank of Calif N A
Bond & Share Co, Ltd

3,555
10,742

11,020
47,774

*
100
*

Byron Jackson Co
*
750 Calamba Sugar com (new).20
710
7% preferred
20
368 Calaveras Cement Co com—*
Preferred
100
15

50
25

248

„15

610
1,400
2,415

10
1,926 Calif Copper Corp
100
6,770 Calif Cotton Mills Co
3,840 California Ink Co Inc A..*

75

531 Calif-Ore Power Co,7% pf.100
23,916 Calif Packing Corp
245 Calif Water Serv Co pref__100
*
252,078 Caterpillar Tractor Co
*
10,484 Clorox Chem Co A
338 CktCo G & E Co 6% 1st pf.100
9,291 Consol Chem IndclassApf*

5,950
30

59,326
2,478
180

2,045

171** 180
3*6
6*6
205

4**
8*4
250

6*6

7*4
Sale

6

13*6

14*6
15

172

4*6
5*6
230

14

13*6

80

,4*6
17
108
44

5
.....

1

5*4
20

Sale
8
245

9*4 Sale
6*4 Sale

12

*6

Sale

^

5

22

16

15

47

90

^

23

6
14

245

aVA
Sale

89*4
47*4 Sale
20
21*4
99*4 100

Mar.

245
10

Mar.

25*6

14

Mar.

13*4 Feb. 10

Mar.

Mar.

70

5

70

28*6

Mar.

5

Mar.
*6 Mar.
5*6 Mar.

Mar.

4*6 Mar,
25

70

27

Mar.

41

Mar

47

88

Mar

91

41
90
44

Sale

40*4 Mar

19

Sale

19

18

Mar.

Feb.

106*6 Jan.
41

Mar.
Mar.

85

27*4 Jan.
17*6 Jan.
98*4 Jan.
19*6 Jan.

Mar
101*6 100
21*4 Mar
21*4 Sale

101

101

23*4 Mar.

340

350

Jan.

Jan.

rVA

13

Feb.

10

Jan.

21
12

Jan.

16

7*6 Feb. 18
Mar. 23

70

Jan.

24
4

6
19

10*4 Feb. 27

24

27

^

20

Feb.

16

Mar. 10

21 110*6 Mar. 25
52
Feb. 16

Mar. 27
3
Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

20

6

Mar. 23

50*4 Mar.

Mar

330

Mar.

*6 Jan.
4*6 Jan.

110*6 Mar.

110*6 Mar,
41 *4

5

Mar.

15

5

21

29

16

9*4 Mar. 25

30 250

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

73
53

Mar.

Mar.

Sale

19

14
5

Mar.

14

80

4<*

Jan.

26 179*6 Jan.
17
4*6 Jan.
29
4*4 Feb.

7
14

14

12

13*4

Mar.
3*6 Jan.
3*6 Jan.
Jan.
53

169

230

Mar.

9*6 Mar.
5*6 Mar.

245

16

109*6
Sale

400

40 Crodcer 1st Nat Bk of S F.100

9*6

80
o

Sale

88

28*4 Sale
14*4
18
98*4 Sale
19*6
20*6

1240

.12

110

Sale

Mar. 16
169
Mar. 26 175
174*4 Sale
2*6
2*6
4*6 Mar.
3*6 Mar.
3*6 Sale
9*4 Mar.
6*6 Mar.
8*4
7*6

91

Mar. 24

52
Feb. 17
22*4 Feb. 26
2 101
Feb. 17
5
23*4 Mar. 3
26 350
Jan. 15
2

20

Crown Zellerbach Corp—

16,560
1,174

Common ▼ t c
*
67,809
Preferred A..............*
4,959
Preferred B
3.022
9,445 Douglas Aircraft Co capital.*

375

6,220

5
43

46*6
44*6

21

290

499 El Dorado Oil Works capital *

14*6

6,361
1,845

9,378 Bmporlum-Capwell Corp
*
5,480 Fageol Motors Co com
10
Preferred
•
—10
1,194
25
1,207 Fireman's Fund Ins Co..
400 First Nat Corp of Portland.*
43,562 Food Mach'y Corp com.....*
10
6,569 Foster 8c Klelser

5*6
1*6

220
520

•

085

20,688
2,629
290
203

3.23

Galland Merc'l Laundry Co.*

643 General Paint Corp A...^...*

275

675

13,356
3,929
646

•

370

U

1,585

Haiku

Pineapple Ltd com_20
630 Haiku P'n'apple Ltd.7% ▼ pf25

30

130

370

•
1,454 Hale Bros Stores Inc
25
1,445 Hawaiian C 8c S Co Ltd
2,180 Hawaiian Pineapple Ltd..20

110

310 Home F 8c M Ins Co of Cal.10

390

•

"""loo
par

4*4

25*6
5

11*4
102*6
101*4
6
18

8*6

40

Sale
Sale

S* it*

25
23*4
6

7*6 Sale
1
1*6
2*4
4*6
87*6 Sale
25
25*6
32
33*6
5*6 Sale

30

35

5
Sale

lH
Sale
Sale
Sale

21

4*6 Mar. 18
37*6 Mar. 17
37
Mar. 13
18*4 Mar. 14

16

14

4*4 Sale
38*6 Sale
38

20*6

40

Sale

7*6 Mar.

6

1

1*4
3*6
Sale

1

Mar.

6

2*4
85*6

25

31

4*6

Sale

5

37*6

2*6 Mar. 24

5*6 Mar.

3

40

Mar.

40

Mar.

2
2

23*6
14*6
10*4
1*4
2*4

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

26
13
24
26
26
5
3

Mar. 26

88

Mar.

24*6 Mar. 30

25

Mar.

85
29

Mar.

4

4*6 Mar. 28
35

Mar.

5
5*4 Mar.
3
4
1*6
1*4 Mar.
2*6
19*6 Sale
20*6 Sale
18*6 Mar.
105
Sale
103*6 Sale
102*4 Mar.
103
Mar.
103*6 104*4 104*6 Sale

32*4 Mar. 26
5*6 Mar. 2

3 36
5*4
12
3
23
3 22*6
5 105*6
6 105

Mar. 17

Mar. 12
6
Mar. 26
Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar.

Feb.

32

Feb.

6

17*6 Feb.

19

14

Mar. 20

6*6 Jan.

12

*6 Jan.

21

2

Feb.

24

84

Jan.

2

24*6 Mar. 30
23*4 Jan.
3
4*6 Mar. 28
27
Jan. 17
5*4 Mar. 12
1*4 Mar. 23
11

Jan.

102*6 Jan.
101

Jan.

6
18

Jan.
Jan.

6
27

8*6 Jan.

17

9*6
24

20

13

15

13

Mar.
Mar. 17

44*6

43*4 Mar. 23

Mar. 10

42

Jan.-

36

37

Mar. 16

Mar. 11

37

Mar. 16

33*6 Mar. 10
19*6 Mar. 31

Mar. 10

4014

42

40*6

Sale

.....

34

243 Hunt Bros Packing Co cl A.*
150 Hutchinson Sugar Plant..15

12

8*4 Mar.

9*6

5

Mar.

3

33*6 Mar. 10
9*6 Mar. 31

Mar.

9

50

Mar. 30

15

Feb.

8*6 Mar.

9

15

38*6

50

Mar. 30

8*6 Mar.

9

8*6 Mar.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
15
Feb.
10*4 Mar.
1*6 Jan.
3
Feb.
90
Feb.
26

36

12
12
12
26
13

24
3

7
9
8
Feb. 26

Jan.

7*6 Jan.

26

39*6 Feb. 21
11
Feb.
6

3
Feb. 10
22*6 Mar. 26
2 105*6 Mar. 16
2 105
Mar. 16

8*6
20*6

Mar.

6*6
5436
53*6
23*4

2

10*4

54

10

33

20

Sale

Honolulu Cons Oil Co

3*6 Feb.

5
Mar. 24
Mar. 17

6*6

50

value.




Mar. 20

9

333
193

11,513

200

No

24*6
23*6

7
1*6

40

Sale

255 Honolulu Plantation Co...50

6,202

•

3

84

)fe

38,008 Golden" State'&Uik Prod CoIiS
10,388 Gt West Power 0% pf
100
2,865
7% preferred..
100

Ai*

43

5*6

17

9

9
21

Mar.
5
Mar. 24

13*6 Feb. 27
45
Feb.
9
41 *4 Jan.
6
39*6 Jan.
2
28*6 Jan.
6
52
Jan.
7
15*6 Feb. 17
9*6 Jan. 27

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
AGGREGATE

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES.

PRICES

Since.

March.

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.
Par
/:
150 Investor* Assn (The) capital *
680 Jantxen Knitting Mills com *

180

110

Class Byte

11

5,316 Leslie-Calif

Sale

6

6*
1* Sale
11* Sale

6

6

552 L A Gas Ac Blec Corp i% pf 100
370 Lyons-Magnus A.....

106
4

"io*

3

Sale

7

818

""70l

2,273

80
652
70
30
75

•

18,657

Merchant Cal Mach Co

31,891

819

com

No Amer OH Cons....

10

819 Occidental Insur Co cap
10
5,957 Oliver United Filters Inc A..*
B
•
9,171
-If550 Paahau Sugar Plantation.15
1,320 Pacific Finance Corp com.10
114,160 Pacific O 8c B Co com
25
12,813
5)^ % preferred..
.....25

2,199
3,548
400

120

39.419
4,734
6,719
101,026
10.240

51,306
^598

25,670
623,448
34,251
2,121
149,461
2,679

215

788

668

4,927

4% 1st pfd

25

Pac G Ac El Co

com

'

'

.:»•'

.

V

"20*

21* Sale

Sale

24*

6
15

12

26 *

Sale

52H

Sale"

Sale
Sale
27*

48*
25*

25*

27

Sale

26

100

120

124

130

Sale
Sale

..*

42

Sale

49* Sale

"I" "7*

Feb.
Jan.

Mar.

3

Jan.
2
Feb. 18
Jan. 27

Mar.

77

Mar. 23

3

Feb.

5
2

■

4,005

78* Jan.
83* Jan.
12* Feb.

1,685

Series 1

Jan.

Mar. 24
2

28

2

Jan.

2

10* Feb.

25

5* Mar.

5

Mar. 25

Jan.

28

Jan.

23

13*
54*
25*
27*

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
2* Mar.
68* Mar.
.05* Mar.
28

Series 2...........
Convertible preferred.....

4,425 Rainier Pulp At Pa A com ...*
154,165 Richfield OH Co com
*
65,108
7% preferred
25
3,017 Roos Bros Inc common.....*

15.945

28,022
157

Preferred

80

"1,391

2.269

45

97

20

15

Feb.

4

54* Mar. 10
9
25* Jan.
28

Feb.

3

10

Jan.

15

20
25

Jan.

Jan.

9

5*
6*
16

Sale
8X
16*

S J Lt A Pow 7% pr pfd_.100

6% prior A

100

ii* x8H

89

...»

..........

10
5*
10
9*
4* Sale

114* 115
100* 102*

102*

1*

5*
9*
2:
4X4

Jan.

2,170

1,645
537

A

4*

common

659
7% preferred
100
38,645 Shell Union Oil Corp
775 Sherman At Clay 7% pr pf_100
200 Sierra Pac Elec Co 4% pf.-160

300

125
300

300 Sou Pacific Co

3,653
1,248

1,635
215

1,475
50,560

com

(cap).

.

3

5*
40

37
40

40
Sale

9

50* Mar.

9

Jan.
Feb.

13

Jan.

28

9

Jan.

6
21

5
15

Jan.

178

Mar.

2

9

Jan.

20

20

Mar. 30

15

6

Mar. 30

22

Mar.

3

Feb.

5

10
11

Mar.

8* Mar.
10

Mar.

4* Mar.

,

Sale

\\*
10*

21,359
25,246

93

92

Sale

14*
Sale

10

Sale

24*
6*

7% preferred

3.845

5.670

76,591

107,819

176

176

West Amer Fin Co

8% pf. .10

25

62

Sale

V Sale

IP

18

Sale
Sale

3*

Sale
20

21* Sale
22* Sale
3
3*
20

290

2*

260

2*

Jky>
59

Mar

18

•

10

...........

18

Yellow Ac Checker Cab (Cons)
Class A series 1
50

Sale

2*

12

19

5*
Sale

55
92

5

12

15

0* Jan.
9* Jan.

6

17* Jan.

7

83

6 124
Mar. 30
6 104* Mar. 30

Feb.

21

4

Jan.

9

Mar. 16

35

Jan.

12
9

2

Mar. 31
Jan.
8

10* Feb.

13

55

Mar.

Feb.

92

Jan.

5
Mar. 21

Mar. 26

7
8

14

99* Mar.
12* Jan.
Feb.
Hi

100*

65

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

Sale

19* Mar. 12
20* Mar. 13
3* Mar. 20

17* Mar.
22

Mar.

Jan.

25*

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

4

3

17
13

Feb.

14

Jan.

29

8* Feb.

27

9

69* Jan.
18
18

19* Mar.
*20* Mar.

23* Mar.
4* Mar.

4

10* Feb.
51* Feb.

5*
6*
56*
11*

Mar.

Mar. 31

5
8

Mar. 20

15

13*

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

59

27
7
7

Jan.

15

Sale

21* Sale
4
4*

Feb.
Feb.

24* Feb.
26* Feb.
4* Feb.

Jan.

26
11
13
13
14

20* Jan.

20* Tan.

14

.J.

260* 285
3*

26* Sale
9

5

Jan.

Mar.

6* Mar. 25
13* Mar. 31

2

20
7
5

Jan.

15

Jan.

Mar. 18

98

98

Mar, 17

269

9
10

106

275

Jan.

23

7

269

Mar. 20 270

2* Mar. 12

Western Pipe At Steel of Calif
com

3

34* Mar.
9* Mar.

99* Mar. 20 100* Mar.
Mar.
14* Mar. 30 15
13
Mar. 18
13* Mar.
9* Mar. 23 10* Mar.
Mar.
42* Mar. 31 49

14* Sale
20
17*
20

5

5

Jan.

20

106

568

95* 96
15
14*
15
11*
10
9*
43* Sale
21*
21*
6*

.....

Sale

Sale
Sale

....25

41 Weill Ac Co (Raph) pref
100
214 Wells Fargo BkAtUnTrCo.100

110

Mar. 21

54*

48* Sale

100

Mar. 16
Mar. 31
Mar.
4

90

Sale

38.077 Union Oil Assoc...........25
25
56,810 Union Oil of Calif
25
3,945 Union Sugar Co common

800

3
29

92

•

290 Traung Label At Lltho Co A.*

4
40
Sale

49

12H

6

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Feb.

6* Mar. 21
15* Mar. 26

Mar. 30
117* Mar. 4 124
103* Mar. 27 104* Mar. 30

53

100

*

7

2

Jan.

86*

Sale

1,179
6% preferred
10©
816,050 Transamer Corp tr ctf old .25

218,559

2

18* Mar.

15* Mar. 26

79*
122* Sale
104* 105

2*

26

Mar. 26
9
50* Mar.
15* Feb. 13

14

3
9* Mar. 10
2* Mar. 27
4* Mar. 31

15

30

Feb.

131* Mar. 18

6* Mar. 17

8* Mar.

7

8 131

Mar.

7
53

603 Standard OH Co of N Y
25
3.747 Thomas Allec Co
-...*
19,548 Tidewater Assoc Oil com....*

6,810

28

2

Jan.

Mar. 26

Jan.
Jan.

49

50

90

4

34*

8* Sale

Sou Pac Golden Gate Co A.*
B

4,825 Spring Valley Co Ltd
127,391 Standard Oil Co of Calif

"""l05

15

Jan.

31

Schlesinger At Sons Inc—

9,289

Jan.

2* Mar. 10
68* Mar. 20
16 105* Mar. 25
2

31* Mar. 18

9

3

Jan.

10

"Is""

16

Mar.

Jan.

11
10
16
31

Mar.

Mar. 25

12* Mar. 31

12* Sale

18*

2

3

18

Sale

14
........

7

13

Mar.

-lV V"

1st preferred....

279
588
250

2

2
3

13* Mar.

Mar. 25

4

Mar.

Mar. 13

22* Mar. 25

Mar.

42

Mar. 28

Mar. 31

28

Mar.

15

if*

2

Mar. 24

Mar. 11
2
Mar.
2
Mar.

25

Jan.

Mar.

4

83* Mar.
10* Mar.

Mar. 30
Mar.
4

4*
13*
48*
25*

Feb.

Mar. 24

2

Mar. 28

27

Mar. 31
Feb. 26

Mar. 28
Feb. 27

4

25
42

Feb.

94

Mar.

7 >A

Mar. 31

I*
i\*

9

Mar. 25
Mar.
6

6 108* Mar. 24
6* Feb. 13

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

203 Ry Equip & Realty Co class A
325
193
61
100

20

89* Mar.

fSS

-----

Sale

17

21

62

6

2

Mar.

3* Mar. 28

Mar. 25

103* 105* 103* Mar.
3
24
Mar. 27
24* Sale
129
130
128* Mar. 13
126*
128* Mar. 12
Sale
47* Mar. 30
10*
5*
7*
6* Mar. 17

Sale

130

Sale

Feb.

Jan.

Mar. 16

2* Mar.

"63*

62* Sale
103* 104

Sale

9

Sale

6

Mar. 10

1* Mar. 31
11* Mar. 2
108* Mar. 24

27

13*

51

25* Sale
27* Sale

5-16 Sale

2

6

25
9

13

Sale

14*

24*
25*

4*

47 X
25

2

8* Mar.

Mar.

5* Mar. 13

10

5

19 *

—

Sale

Sale

100 Phillips Petroleum Co cap'l.*
1.336 Plg'n Whistle Corp pref
•

10

Sale

27

Mar.

Mar. 25

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

6* Mar. 24

Sale

5*

23
19 *
9

17

Mar. 10
Mar. 23

irA

83*
10* Sale

19
26

4

37
77
81

77
82

Feb.

17* Jan.
2* Feb.

Mar.

Mar. 20
Mar. 17

78* ----83* Sale
9* Sale

12

13

17

Mar

87
23

33

19

Jan.

12
6
6

90

35

Sale Prices.

Feb.

16

34

118

Pacific T At T Co com....100

6% preferred

1.

Highest.

Prices.

Mar. 31

llH

95
Sale

87

101

16 pref
Pacific Public Service Co...*

I*
9

89* Sale
23
21*

stk rta No 6

Pacific Ltg Corp common...*

15,878 Parafflne Cos, Inc. The

"

7

10

345 Merc Amer Rlty Co 4% pf.100
1,736 Natomas Co capital.......
273 No Amer Invest Corp com.100
264
i*% preferred......—100
435
4% preferred...
100

Lowest.

17* Mar. 20
1 * Mar.
2

1* Sale
1*
9*
10*
9*
108
109
107*
10 *
5*
Sale
2*

it*

18

Sale Prices.

17* Mar.
* Mar.

16

95
8

90

........

Highest.

Sale Prices.

.

Sale

13

*

Salt Co..

10
22

17"

12* Sale

..........

Lowest.

Ask.

Sale

333,486 Magnavox Co Ltd..........!
4,691 Magnln Ac Co (1) com
220 * Preferred 6%
100

170

174,962

.

19%
18*

1Ti%

1 *
*

ser

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

com...*

B
2,101
235 Leighton Indus Inc clA

20

no
1,440

;

March 2.

1931.

3.679 Langendorf lln Bale Inc A..*

1,901
:

:

STOCKS

Kolater Radio Corp,

SINCE JAN.

RANGE

2

Jan.

11,897

IN MARCH.

Price

In

7,404
2,074

75

12

18* Mar.
9

7

Mar. 25

5* Mar, 16

27* Mar. 31
9

Mar. 25

Feb.

Mar.

2

275

Jan.

14* Jan.
9

Feb.
Jan.

5* Mar. 16
17

Mar. 25

27* Mar. 31
9

Mar. 25

No par value.

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

March...

1931.

Shares

Jan. 1 to March 31.

AGGREGATE

SALES.

In

Jan. 1.

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

S

"5",660
~

2~66O
11,000

BONDS

$
1,000 Los Angeles Gas Ac El 5*8 '43
6,000
5*8
1947
2,000
5*8.
1949
6s
8,000
1942
5s
11,000
1961
3,000 La Ry Co 1st mtge 5s
1938




Bond Sales.

1,046,947
3,093,502

1,834,328

Since

March.

1930.

625,718

1931.

March
Jan. 1 to March 31

* PRICES

1930.

$165,600
232,500

RANGE

IN MARCH.

$628,600
1,034,000
SINCE

JAN.

1.

Price
Jan.

2

1931.
Bid.

Ask.

105

105*
104*
107* 108*
101
101*
91
92*

March 2.
Bid.

105* 106*
106
106*
105* 106
109* 109*

"93

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

94"

105*
106*
105*
109*
103*
92*

Ask.

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

106*
106* 106* Mar. 13 106* Mar. 13
106
110* 109* Mar. 10 109* Mar. 26
104* 103* Mar. 6 103* Mar. 12
93*

Sale
106

Highest.

Prices.
Sale Prices.
Feb.
4 106
Feb.
4

106* Feb.

5 106* Mar. 13

106

Feb.

109

Feb.

27 106
Feb. 27
16 109* Mar. 26

103* Mar.
91

Jan.

6 103* Mar. 12
16

91

Jan.

16

LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE

76
AGGREGATE SALES.

PRICES

LOS ANGELES
Jan.

BONDS

Jan. 1.

March.

4~, 606
3,000
10,000
1,000
5,000

3,000

"5", 660
24,000
16,000
7,000
11,000
6,500
5,000

35,000
2,000

8hares
100

9,300

206
100

1952

5s

1954

So Calif

Gas"5aIIIIIIIII1957

5%s

1952
1950

02%

18%

19%

11%
20%

12%
Sale

*

25

65

5%

*

346 Central Investment Co

91%

100

1,206 Commercial Discount
15,800 Douglas Aircraft Inc
500 Emso Derrick & Equip

25

10
*

Corp

400 Golden

State

Milk

*
*

com

25

0

23%

1,600

i~,66o

"93" inn
80

A..25

8
21

*

32
16

73

3,800

1,619 Los Angeles Gas & El pref.100
7,800 Los Angeles Invest com..10

103

1,900

5,200 MacMillan

Petro

Co

200 Monolith Port Cem

1,450

Pacific

Amer

Fire

*
..10

series

A

10

Preferred

series

C

10

400

Preferred series D
40
5,150
9,900 Pacific Gas & Elec com..25
1st Preferred
25
3,946
432
5%% preferred
25

1,000

3,600 Pacific Lighting com.......*

3,800
100

27

72

4,350

10,400
1,200
11,300
33,500
1,200
11,100

300

2,800
8,500

~1~,866

6%

*

preferred

Pacific Mutual Life Insur.10

Pacific National Co

25

Pacific Public Service A
Pacific

Western

Oil

Corp

365 Republic Supply Co

10

._..._*

199 Seaboard National Bank..25

30

240 Seaboard Nat'l Secur Corp 25
17,900 Sec First Nat'l Bank L A..25

900

13,300
155

2',400
12,600
7,200
280
264
127

35,600
500

1,200

6

1%
162

24%
25%

28%

10%
8%

Sale

9

47%

90

90

Sale

87
86

89

Sale

20%

89%
21
18

21%
18%

18

5%
32%
5%
17

"34%
Sale

17%

20%
19%
20

85

94

75

80

11%
9%
48%

51%
52%
100% 101
55
60
1
1%
19
Sale
7
Sale

"84% "94""
73

,

115

101

103

37%
37%

Sale

81

Sale

8%

25
7,800 Signal Oil & Gas Co A_„
B
25
1,000
50,700 Sou Calif Edison Co com..25
618
Original preferred25
8,500
7% preferred
25
6 preferred
25
25,100
5%% preferred
..25
18,800
799 Sou Calif Gas 6% pref
25
328
6% preferred A
25
385 Sou Counties Gas 6% pref 100

15%

*

25

2,400 Taylor Milling Corp

*

46%

40
Sale

16%

55

19%

25

80

13%

25

Union Oil Associates

-.25

Union Oil of Calif

100

1,439 Weber Showcase & Fix pfd__*
1,800 Western Air Express
10
5,900 Western Pipe & Steel Corp. 10

325

22%
23%

18%

Sale

23

Sale

9

55

6% Mar.

2

90

Mar.

90

Mar.

30% Mar.
5% Mar.

Mar. 4
Mar. 2
Mar. 11
Mar. 26
20
Mar. 19
84% Mar. 20
73% Mar. 27

30%
5%
16%
17%

Mar. 27

18

18% Mar. 4
20% Mar. 19
86
Mar. 16
80
Mar.
3
8

Mar. 24

2
6

2
18% Mar,
25% Mar, 19

% Mar. 19
1% Mar. 26
5
Mar. 10

% Mar. 19
1% Mar. 26

20

3

1

62

65

50

106

108

108

2%
5%

4%

7

Sale

5

10%
4%

_

174

70

110
Sale

4% Sale
10%

"4%
2

166

----

163

"4"^
Sale

26

20~"

24

25

15

20

15
11%
9
9%

13%
13%
11% Sale
9%
9%
5

VA

Sale

51%
28

25%

61%
63% 62% Sale
103% 104% 102%
53
53
Sale
53%
2
4%
1%
4%
26

Sale

Sale

12

18

%

24
9

15

24%
Sale

5

Mar.

Mar. 13
Mar. 12 164

2

Mar.

12%
10%
8%
9%
49%
27%
25%

62%

Mar,
Mar,
Mar,
Mar,
Mar,
Mar,
Mar,

Mar

16

15

17

11% Mar

3
6

3
25
19

9

9%
54%
27%
25%

2

67% Mar. 20

—

Mar. 25

51

55

24

1% Mar. 17
27% Mar. 10
12% Mar.
2

Mar. 4
1% Mar. 13
Mar. 28
9
Mar. 31

1% Mar.

3

1% Mar. 20

2% Mar.

2

2% Mar. 27

4% Mar 19
2
6% Mar,
8% Mar 24

4% Mar. 31

4
9

2

Mar. 28

26

Mar. 16

Mar. 25

3

23

M!ar.

101

102

Mar. 26

14%
15%
53%
58%
29%

3

26

26%
27%
101% Mar. 11 102%
42% Mar. 31 48%

16

19%

18%
20

27

15%

17%
Sale

3

19

2

18

Jan.

165

Feb.

Feb.

25

Feb.

22

Mar.

28

Feb.

3

Jan.

25

Jan.

13

Mar. 4
Jan. 23

18%
5%
17%
%

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

19
15
16

1.17%Jan.
19% Jan.
2% Mar.
3% Jan.
5% Jan.

23

18

Mar. 28
Mar. 30

Mar. 10
Mar. 25

Mar. 19

67% Mar. 20
58%
1%
27%
15%

Jan.
8
Mar. 17
Feb. 26
Feb. 20

Feb.
1.35 Jan.
18

2% Mar.
Jan.

7
5
2

20

27

20

27

5
6% Jan.
9% Jan. 27
10% Feb. 21

15

15

Mar. 30

6

10

\lh

Jan.

21

Feb.

17

Jan.

22

12

45% Jan.

2

54% Feb. 26

Feb.

6

60

Mar. 12

54

Mar. 24

Feb.

29%
26%
24%
25%

Mar. 10

Mar. 17

Mar.

2
3

17% Mar.

2

2
32% Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
2
Jan.
Mar.
2
26
Jan.
3
26% Jan.
Jan.
27% Mar.
25,% Jan. 13
5 102% Mar.
99% Jan.
Feb.
51
42% Mar. 31

21

Jan.

15

20

Jan.

6

75

Mar. 27

11%

15

Feb.

23

Mar.

Feb.

19
11

31
10
26
25

17
24

3

90

Feb.

11
25

6
18
16 325

Feb.

26

Jan.

16

24% Feb.

13

26

Feb.

13

Mar. 25

15

Mar. 25

16

Mar. 31

20

Jan.

19

15

Jan.

9

16% Jan.

19

16

Jan.

15

15

18% Mar.

Mar. 31
Mar. 28

42% Mar. 30
8
95% Feb.

Mar. 19

Mar. 25
3
Mar.
17
16% Mar. 27
27% Mar. 31

Mar. 25
Mar. 31
Mar. 31

13

41

Mar. 10

325

15

15

51
1

Mar. 13
325
Mar. 13 325
19% Mar. 12 22% Mar. 2
2
Mar.
13
24
20% Mar.

15
16

9

9%
54%
27%
25%

Feb.

52% Jan.

19

16% Feb. 18
11% Mar. 31

10

Mar. 27

13% Mar. 31

19

19

Feb

Feb.

4

75

75

Sale

21

Feb.

3

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 27

100

14

18

6

4% Mar.

2
79
Jan.
7% Mar. 30

Mar. 31

3

75

13

27

4

Feb.

4

93

Sale

10% Jan.

Mar

Mar. 30

70

16

3

Mar. 24

Mar. 27

42% Mar, 30
2
92% Mar

95

20

14

108

Jan.

Mar. 17

Mar. 24

Mar. 10

17

13

75

2

23

22

Jan.

6% Jan.

3

Mar.

6 104

Mar. 20

20

5

6 124

Mar.

30

13

17

41

22

12%

Jan.

18% Feb.
7
% Mar. 19

Mar:

Mar. 28

23

30

33

Jan.

22%

Sale

22

101% Jan.
'37% Jan.
39% Feb.

20

21

Jan.

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.

115

26

Sale

6

21

18%
22%
18%
%
1%

27

23

20% Sale

9

8% Jan.

30

20

Sale

18

Jan.

6

7% Mar.

Mar. 16

Mar

25

21%

Feb.

5

86

Mar

Sale

Sale
Sale

80

9

5 124

21

Sale

Mar. 27

4 104

43

325

18

20% Jan. 15
20% Mar. 19

Mar.

25

15% Sale

Mar. 26
Jan.
6
Mar. 4
Mar. 2

Mar.

21

Sale

Mar. 19

23%
6%
30%
5%

7

25% Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

48% Sale

3

Jan.

19

Mar.

101

15

Jan.

27

29%
27%
25%
26%

26%

Mar.

66
5

_

46% Jan.

58

Sale

Jan.

23% Mar. 25

Jan.
Mar
Jan.
Feb.
Feb. 25
Mar. 20

25

4

26

94

90

20

9% Jan.

Mar. 28

26%

76% Jan. 31
7% Feb. 24
94% Feb. 20

24%
5%
16%
17%
19%
84%

10

49% Mar.

58

Feb.

28

31

Sale

57

15

Jan.

6

30

50%

29% Sale
27% Sale
25% Sale
25%
27
25%

3

12% Jan.

Mar,
Mar,
Mar,
Mar.

Mar. 31

29%
27%
25%

Mar. 26
Jan.
5

Mar

10

60

7
29

Jan.

11% Jan.
9% Jan.
8% Jan.

Sale

58%
29%
27%
25%

69% Jan.
5% Jan.

163

9

10
Sale

5

21

24

Mar. 27

22

Mar. 12

51

9

Jan.

7

13

25

163

Sale
8
6%
Sale
123
117
116% 120
Sale
104
107
103
102%
42
42
39%
37%
38%
56% 42
56% 41
39%
Sale
88
87
92% Sale
9
7%
7%
7%

14%

Mar.
Jan.

55

2

20

2% Sale
4% Sale
6%

21% Mar. 16

4% Mar.

Mar.

24

9

75

Jan.

4

4% Mar.
2% Mar.

% Mar. 18

24%

4% Sale
6% Sale

22

3% Mar.

2

4% Mar,

18

1% Sale

9623 Mar.

70

2

3% Mar. 20

1%

2H Sale

105% Feb. 10
94% Mar. 11

55% Mar.
102% Jan.
6% Mar.

25

Sale

14%
10%
8%
9%

Mar. 10

6

26

2

Mar. 14
55% Mar. 20 62
Mar. 24
106
Mar. 3 108
8% Mar. 2
6% Mar. 31

43

43
22

5

Feb.

22% Jan.

15

4
2

6

Mar. 26

103% Mar. 10

Mar. 19

14% Jan.

Mar. 19

Mar.
Mar.

11% Mar. 30
8% Mar. 11

81

23% Mar. 26
6
Mar.
4

Jan. 28
Feb.
4
Mar.
6

102

87

2
3

23% Mar. 25
20

66

10223
96%
10423
10423
104 23

80*»

Mar. 11

18% Mar.
22% Mar.

%

6 10323 Mar.
6
Mar. 13 104% Mar. 13
Mar. 25 10623 Mar. 25

20% Jan.

6

24% Sale

Feb. 26
Mar.

Mar. 19
12% Mar.
7
11% Mar. 17
74
Mar. 18
75
Mar". 16

7% Mar.

%

30

100 Van De Kamp Hoi Bakery..25

704

60

16

25

223 Union Bank & Trust Co..100

Sale

29% Sale
26% Sale
24% Sale
25%
24%
26
97% 101
47% Sale

111 Title Ins & Trust Co

67,700
82,300

11
11

8

'

90,900 Standard Oil of Calif
708 Superior Oil com

10

12

6%
114

..._*

com

Sale

6

3

18

7%

1.45

Sale

75

18

6

55

Mar. 19
Mar.
5
Mar.
4

20

6
26

93

4 102

Mar. 18

21% Mar. 16

21% Mar. 16
55
Mar. 19
11% Mar. 30
8% Mar. 11
73
Mar. 19
73% Mar. 9
6
Mar. 30
90
Mar. 26
87
Mar. 26
86
Mar. 16
20% Mar. 13

Feb. 20
16
Feb.
4
9223 Feb. 26
94% Feb. 16

80

21

5223 Jan.
10223 Feb.
96% Feb.
10423 Mar.
10423 Mar.
104 23 Mar.
10023 Feb.
10323 Mar.
105% Feb.
9423 Mar.
9623 Mar.

6

8

8

15

7

21j%

17
21%
20% Sale
5%
9
30%
31
4%
5%
18
20%
17%
19

27%
25%

291,900 Transamerica Corp..

1,000
5,100

88%

43

14

81

72

171

25
Sale

24

Sale

6

100

2%

81,500
29,400
30,800

76

6% Sale

6

1.251.42%
19
27
5% Sale

40

3,300

4%

3

1.25

62

3,900 Shell Union Oil

3%

10

*
293,100 Richfield Oil common
Preferred
25
96,500
*
82,700 Rio Grande Oil
526 San Joaquin L&P 7% pr pflOO
93
6% prior preferred
100

1,100

70

8% Sale

10

com...

10,000 Republic Pete Co

6,500

*

Corp..*
*

Petrolite Corp.
Pickwick

9%

10

Preferred

6,550
10,150

1,750
6,950
2,000

Sale
80
Sale

4

Insur._10

600 Pacific Clay Products
34,900 Pacific Finance com

"9,666

6

*

426 Mortgage Guar Co
100
15 Nat'l Bank of Commerce. .25

230

Sale
Sale
.20

—3

25

com

18 Monolith Port Cem pref
415 Morelaud Moter pref

"""400

81

81
80

.20

285 Los Angeles Biltmore pf. 100

18
315

76

Sale

9

common

110

565

11%
9%

19

525

5,450

23%

:i!M Y::

1,280 Lincoln Mortgage com
1,190
Preferred
1,086 Los Angeles Athletic Club .10

190

10%
9%

80

9

8

100 Jautzen Knit Mills

~

294

s

5

8,500 Hancock Oil

160

30,000
32,600
24,000

27
13%

1,307 Home Service 8% pref
25
8,400 International Re-Ins Corp 10

"5",000

V

97%
81
Sale

Prod__25

96 Goodyear Textile pref
100
402 Goodyear Tire & Rub pf.100
484 Hal Roach 8% pref
25

76

191

13%

93

10

1,900 Gilmore Oil Co
1,406 Globe Grain & Milling

300

16

12%

*

135 Foster & Klieser

100

75

Sale

80

25

80

400
785

23

13

70

3,250 Citizen's National Bank__20
24,600 Claude Neon of Del....... *

Machinery

22%

Mar. 25

60

6
9623 Mar.
9623 Mar,
9723
4 10423 Mar.
10533 10423 Mar,
6 10423 Mar.
10533 10423 Mar,
6 10423 Mar.
105
10423 Mar,
6 101% Mar.
10323 10123 Mar,
10423 10323 Mar, 11 103% Mar.
10523 Mar, 11 10523 Mar.
10523
3
94% Mar.
9423 Mar,
05
9523
9623 Mar, 9 9623 Mar.
9733
9623

Feb.

9223
9423
10323
10423
10623

104

100

5,700 Byron Jackson Co...
450 California Bank

300 Food

10323
9623
10423
10423
10423
102%
10323
105%

Mar. 27

58

59

58

65

103 %
06%
06%
104% 105
104% 105
10423 105
102
102 %
10323$104
10534 105 23
95
05%
9623
97

Jan.

102

93

9223

Highest.
Sale Prices.

92% Mar. 13 102% Jan.

02% Mar. 13

9223 Mar. 13

pgr.

..10
125 Broadway Dept Stores pf.100
233
Ex-warrant
—100

1

104

01%

1945

1,300 Barnsdali Oil A
81,500 Bolsa Chica Oil A

.

103 %
103%
103%
100%

"02%

92

1968

STOCKS

64

102%
102%
102%
00%
103%
10424

1952

5s

92 %

103

94

93

1951

5s

92

60

55

1949

Sou Calif Edison 5s

1.

Lowest.

Prices.

9423 Mar. 18 9423 Mar. 18
9423
03% 04% 94
103% 103% 10323 10433 10333 Mar. 6 10323 Mar. 6
10423 Mar. 13 10423 Mar. 13
104 % 105
10423 105
105% 106% 10523 10633 10623 Mar. 25 10623 Mar. 25

101% 102

1944

Serra & Santa Fe 1st 5s. 1949

J

200
•

5%s

20 Barker Bros preferred

100

9,200

1955

Richfield Oil 6s.

JAN.

Sale Prices.

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

78

79
91

77
89

80
93

Sale

1022* 10223 10333

101%

102% 103
102% 103
104% 105%

1942

5s

Shares
200 Assoc Gas & Electric A

700
91

92

Pacific Gaa & Elec 5s

6,500

30
110

1,650
5,000

91

90

6s
20,000
35,000 So Counties Gas 4%s_.
Union Oil of Calif 5s
2,000

20
600

89

1942

Pac El Ry lat mtge 5a

2nd

02%

101

—.1956

Nev Electric 5a

26,000
2,000
9,000
24,000
16,000
7,000
17,000

79

92

00

1945

6a

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

80

75

1935

Miller & Lux 7a

Bid.

Lowest.

March 31.

March 2.

Ask.

Bid.

La Ry Co 1st & ret 5s..,1940

6,000
6,000
2,000
2,000
5,000
10,000
1,000
5,000

SINCE

2

1931.
Par.

$

RANGE

IN MARCH.

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
Since

In

Jan.

19% Mar. 12
20% Mar. 13

27%

Mar. 31

RIGHTS—

■■

k

*11,700
015,200
83,700

73,500 Pacific Gas & Electric.
99,600 Pacific Mutual
172,600 Sou Calif Edison
...

2% Sale

2% Sale

-

*

Pacific Gas & Elec. rights removed from

trading at close of session March 10.
of session March 7.

Q Pacific Mutual rights removed from trading at close




2% Mar.

2% Sale

2

1.25 Mar.

1.30 Sale

3

2 5-16 Mar.

2% Mar.

9

1.35 Mar.
3
5 2 13-16Mar.lO

1.80 Jan.
1.25 Feb.

1% Jan.

2% Mar.
1.45 Jan.

9
31

2»i«Mar. 10

OF BONDS AND STOCKS

In the earlier part of this publication

the

complete records of the dealings

the leading stock exchanges of

on

and for the calendar year to date, are furnished* In this department of
General Quotations we combine in one comprehensive whole, securities of all classes and descriptions, not only
those dealt in on the exchanges but also leading unlisted and inactive securities* The following is an index
to

country, for the latest month

the different classes of securities

quotedi
Pags

Pago

Page

Insurance

94-120

Stocks and Scrip

Steam Railroad Bonds..........

77

Public Utility

Bonds

83

Steam Railroad Stocks

81

Public Utility

Stocks

88

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks

Joint Stock Land Bank Bonds...

99

Industrial & Miscellaneous Bonds

91

Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit

Joint Stock Land Bank Stocks..

Industrial & Miscellaneous Stocks

99

.....

Federal Land Bank Bonds

Exchange Seats

100

Real Estate Bonds

Investment Trust Stocks and Bonds......82
Quotations from all Stock Exchanges are

.....

.95

93

100

..102
..101

Canadian Municipal Bonds...

94

...

Stocks...

Textile Manufacturing

..108

95

Stocks—95

United States and Municipal Bonds

Foreign Government Bonds

Mining Stocks....——94
near as

as

As the New York Stock

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

employ a designating
The reader will understand, therefore, that unless the letter
Is prefixed
This, however, does not apply to income bonds or bonds In default. In which casts

Exchange began with Jan. 2 1909 to quote all bond prices "and interest," we have adopted the same method and no longer
mark to indicate the fact except where there
to the

price, he must

pay

is

a

deviation from this rule.

accrued interest in addition to the price.

the price includes the interest, should there be any.

The letter "f" prefixed to bond prices denotes that the

quotation is

therefore the purchaser does not have to provide for it separately

default, the price is always "flat," and no designating mark is employed to

Quotations for guaranteed stocks
thus

(d)

All others

share.

are per

are

use

the figures are obtained from sources

cases

flat price—that is, that the accrued interest forms part of the price, and

As already stated in the case of Income bonds and bonds In

indicate the fact.

"and dividend"; that is, the accrued dividend must be paid in addition to the price.
of these tables that the quotations for many Inactive and

which

Stock prices marked

bank stock prices, which are quoted per share unless otherwise stated.

are per cent except

It should be borne in mind in the

a

in making payment.

unlisted securities are merely nominal, but In all

considered reliable.

are

■.

Jf

"g" for gold, "gu" for guaranteed, "end" for endorsed, "cons" for consolidated
convertible, "s f" for sinking fund, "1 g" for land grant, "op" for optional.
V

The following abbreviations are often used, viz.; "M" for mortgage,
«®nv" for

The black-faced type

in the letters showing the Interest period Indicates the month when the bonds mature.

NOTICE.—All bond prices

Bonds.

Bid.

are

and income and defaulted bonds.

"and interest" except where marked

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Adirondack 1st 4%s 1942 guM&8
Akron & Barb Belt g 4s 1942. J&D
Ak Oant & Youngst—

92%

4.25

II

4.15

Atlantic Coast Line of S O—

*40 red '10-M&N If
'40 red '10-M&N If

97
97

102

95
J&J
49
J&J
35
2d g 4s 1948
J&J
75
Atl & Yad 1st gu g 4s 1949. -A&O
107
Aug Term 1st gu g 6s 1947--A&O
Aus & NW 1st 5s g 1941
103%
J&J
Augusta Union Stat 4s 1953-J&J
Bait Ches&Atl 1st g 5s 1934 M&S /

"O" deb g 6s Nov 1 1940-A&O if
Alabama Tennessee & Northern—
Prior lien 6s 1948
J&J

96

101

Bait & Oumb Val RR—

Gen & ref 6s 1945 ser A-.A&O
Gen & ref 5%s 1945 ser B A&O
Alabama

Great

Southern—

102%
92%

Alabama & Vicksburg Ry—
1st M g 5s 1974 series A..M&N

102

42

20

104

<oooo

A&O

1998

37

00

91%

Alleghany Corp—
Ooll t.r

conv

5s 1944

Ooll &

conv 5s 1949.
Col & conv 5s 1950

Allegheny Val

gen 4a

F&A
..J&D
A&O

Ref & gen

Eq
Eq
Eq
Eq
Eq

113%
95%
103%
Series B
If 94
Rocky Mt Dlv 4s 1965—J&J
93%
Athens Terminal Ry—
1st g 5s 1937
J&J
Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line—
1st M 4%s 1944 ser A
99%
J&J
1st M 5s 1944 ser B
J&J
103%
Atl Knox & Nor 1st 5s 1948--J&D
103%
Oonsol gold 4s 2002_
—M&8
Atlanta & St Andrews Bay—
1st 6s. 1938.
j

4.1o%

93"

99

96

104%

95"

101

96%

97
92

94

96

4^r 1964.J&D

100

A

En

Feb 1936

b Basis.

fvearl

F&*

b

4.15

b

4.50

4.10%
97%
104%

104

S W Div

1st 5s 1950-.
Toledo & Cin Div 4s 19'

ft

4

100%
20

4%

84

83%
104%
90%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
65%

Piscat Div g 5s Jan 1943.

Bedford Belt 1st 5s 1938
Beech Or 1st 4s g gu 1936
2d guar gold 5s 1936

<?

92

94

.

87

...—...

89%
95%
90%

J&D

J&J

104

5s May 1943
6s Mar 1942

97%

sceii.

—-

104
104
104

m

n

104
ser

AO

5s 1955 ser 2

4%s 1961 ser

6s Mar.

M&S
M&N
JJA&O

101%
101%

85

107
103%
102%
99%
97

99%

100%

1 1932 Series

Eq 4%s 1932-1943 (yr)„A&0
(old) 4%s
J&J
1937
F&A
4s Aug 1942
..F&A
3s July 1950
J&J
6s Jan 1 1933
J&J

Boat & Maine

4a Feb 1

Equip 5%s 1931-1937(yr)F&A
Eq tr 6s 1931-38 (year)—J&D
Bos & N Y A L 1st 4s g 1955-F&A
Boston Rev Beach & Lynn—
1st m 4 H(s July 15 1947.J&J16
Gen m 6s 1933
J&J 15
Brook & Mon 2d 5s 1938—J&D
Brun & West 1st 4s 1938
J&J
Buffalo Creek 1st 5s 1941—J&J
1st ref 5s 1961
J&J
Bluff Point. Land & Impt—See In
Buffalo Rochester & Pittsburgh—
General 5s g 1937—
M&8
Con g 4 Hi" 1957
M&N
Eq 6s ser K 1932-33 (s-a).F&A
Buff & Susquehanna RR Corp—
1st 4s Dec 30 1963
J&J
Burl Cedar Rapids & North—
Con 1st & coll tr 5s g '34.-A&O
Butte Anaconda & Pac 5s*44 F&A

101%

4.50

4.15%

85*
94

97%

90
73

102%

102%

4.60

4.70

4.30 %
4.40%

82%

84%

_

97

101%
101

98

97%
101
100
& Ml

scelh"

103
85

4%

87

3.50%

87%

88%

102%
99%

100%

104
1941-J&J
95%
1955
-F&A
94%
Cambria & Ind 1st 4%s "68--J&J
Eq tr 5%s 1931-38 (year) M&N b
Canada Atl 1st 4s 1955—__J&J
107%
Canada South 5a 1962 ser A_ A&O
100%
Can Nat Rys 4%s 1954-M&S 15
100%
4%s 1957
J&J
100%
4XB 1968
J&D
100%
4Xs guar 1956
..F&A
103
4%s guar 1955
J&D 15
106%
40-yr 5s guar 1970
F&A
106%
5s guar 1969
J&J
106%
5s guar 1969
A&O
4.75
Eq tr 4%s 1931-1942 (gu) M&N
4.75
Eq tr 4%s 1931-45(ann)_.J&D

_

95%

4.50%
87

109%

100%
100%
100%
100%
103%
107%
107

107%
4.50%

4.50%

Canadian Northern—
8 F deb 7s 1940--

98%

99%

S F deb 6 His 1946
10-yr g 4%s Feb 15

s

J&D

-J&J

1935-F&A
Winnipeg Term 4s 1939—J&J

99%

Nominal,

101%
101%

QQ

.

75"

105

104

4%

I London,

103 X
104

6s-5s June 1945—

ilu

90

f

4%s July 1937
4%s impt 1978
F&A
4s May 1 1933 gu N Y O.M&N
4* May 1 1934 gu N Y O-M&N

A: Last sale.

April 1947.

5s Apr 1944

86
99
104

Gen M g 4s

93

d & Mi

Imp—S«

Bolivia Ry 1st 5s 1927

5s Juno 1942
5s July 1 1938

4s-5«

Sept '41

Cam & Clear—1st 5« g

98%
100%

1951 -.4
Bellingham Bay & British Gollst g 5s Dec 1 1932
J
Belt RR & Stk Yds (Ind'p'lk.
1st ref gold 4s 1939
M&N
Belt Ry of Ohatt 5s 1945—J&J
Belvidere Del 1st 3%s 1943
J&J

/This price Includes accrued interest.




b

4%
4%

"

Boonville RR Bridge 4s '41 -A
Boonville St L & Sou 5s '51-F&A
Boston & Albany 5s Oct '63.-J&J

90

M&S

109%
102%

4.15
4.15

b

Beech Ork Ext 3%s

102

99

103

4%

..

Bluff Point Land &

J&J

102%

108%
101%
92%

4.15

Washburn Ext 1st 5s '39-

Col tr g 4s Oct 1 1952 op.M&N
Conv deb 4s 1939 op 1916M&N
ser

b

97%

97

Atlantic Coast Line RR—

Gen unif

t

96%

104%

1951

Boston & Maine (new) 5s

1st m

96%

tr 4%s 1931-40 (yr)__M&N
tr 4%s '32-'41 O (yr)—F&A
tr 5s 1931-37 (yr).
tr 5s 1932-38
tr 6s '32-'35
yr)
J&J 16

53

Certs Indebt 5s irredeera.J&D r
4s July 1 1952

92%
102%
109%

114

86

6%s 1929 extd as 5%
May 1954
M&N

cons

101

95

Atlantic Coast Line Co of Conn—

1st

5s 2000 ser D-.M&S

107%

99

M

to

1

Bangor & Aroostook—

96

1

1943
5s Mav 1940
1st rn 5s 1967

Pittsb Lake Erie & W Va100

86%

1st

103

Atlanta Terminal 6s 1939 ....F&A
1st

80"

97

80

4.65
Eq tr 6s 1931-35 (s-a)_.J&J 15 b
Ark & Mem Ry Brge & Term—
1st M 5s 1964
M&S
101%
Aroostook Nor 5s g 1947
97
A&O
Asheville & Spartanburg—S U &
Ool 1st M g gu 4s 1955—J&J
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe—
Gen mtge gold 4s 1995--.A&O
98%
94
Adjustment 4s July 1 1955 Nov
94%
Stamped
.M&N
Oonv g 4s of 09 due 55 op J&D
95
Oonv g 4a of 1905 due *65. J&D
95%
Oonv g 4a of I960
93
J&D

Atlantic City gu 4s 1951

July 1 1948—A&O
1st M 5s July 1 1948
A&O
Conv 4%s 1933 red 1923.M&S
Conv g 4%s 1960
F&A
Ref & gen 5s 1995 series A.J&D
Ref & gen 6s 1995 series C_ J&D

80

98%

1

1st M 4s g

80%

97%

J&J

July 1931

Ask.

99 X

J&J

Jan

Ref 3%s 1952 gu N Y O.-A&O
Boston & Lowell 4 %s Feb '33.J&J

7s-5s Jan 1946

OOlOOi

79%

1942--M&S

37
77
108

4s

3%s

5s Jan

Bait & Harris g 5s 1936
:_M&N
1st M West Ext g 5s 1938 M&N
Baltimore & Ohio—

80

Amer Dock & Impt—See Ind & M Is cell—
Arbor 1st g 1995
76
Q-J

n*

IL

79

Ann

July 1948

Atl & Danville 1st 4s 1948

Ex 1st M 6s

101

Albany & Suaq 3 His gold 1946
(conv before 19l6) gu
A&O
Wost 4a guar

mwm —

10

Gen Income 6s Oct 1948

A1 &

89

86

1st cons g 5s 1943 ser A—.J&D
1st cons 4a 1943 ser B
J&D
Alabama N Orl T & P June—
"A" deb 5s g
"B" deb g 5s

Gen 1st g 4s

92%

(Concluded)—
May 1 1935 gu N Y O.M&N

Boston & Albany

Eq 6s 1932-1935 (yr).__J&J 15 b
Eq 4His 1932-'41 E (yr)_F&A b

98

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Atlantic Coast Line RR (Concl)

RAILROAD BONDS

Sale price.

111%
119%
101%

112

120%

102%

78

Oona deben 4s

88%

87
100.
101%

101

104 %

20-yrcolltr4%sl946

Coll tr 6s Apr 16 1934
A&O
Coll tr 5s 1954
J&D
S T4%s Dec 15 1944—J&D16

97%

96

perpetual--J&J
M&S

are

104%

_

,

102

....

Ooll tr 4%s 1960
J&J
99%
Eq tr 6s 1944
J&J
105
Eqtr 4%s 1931-1938 s-a-J&D b
4.40
Eq tr 4%s 1940-1945 s-a-J&D b
4.40
Eq tr 68 Apr 26,31-'32 s-a. A&O b
4%
Oarb & Shaw 1st g 4s 1932--M&S
97
C&ro Cent 1st g gu 4s 1949--J&J
70
Oaro Clinch & Ohio 5s 1938- J&J
103
1st cons 6s 1952 ser A-J&SD15
108%
Equip 5a 1931-1937 s-a-A&O b
4.40
Eq 5s 1931-1933 s-a—--J&D b
4%
Eq tr 6s 1932-'35 (yrly)_J&J15 b
4 25
Cart & Adir 1st 4s 1981
J&D
92%
Catawissa cons g 4s 1948-—A&O
96
Cent Ark & Ea 1st 5s 1940 op J&J
81
CentrBr Un Pac 1st g 4s '48-J&D
79
Central of Georgia—
1st M g 5s Nov 1 1945—F&A
102%
Registered $1,000 & $5,000-Cons gold 5s 1945-—
M&N
101 %
Registered $1,000 & $5,000-Ref & gen 5%s 1959 ser B.A&O
90%
Ref& gen 5s 1959 ser O—A&O
87}
Eqtr4%s'32-'40serP(yr)M&S b
4.

99%
106
4.25%
4.25%
3.50%

77"

-

108%
4.10%
3.50%
4%

94%
97
84
87

92%
89

4.20%
4.20%
4.20%

J&J

1st M 5s 1945 guar
A&O
Chesterfield & Lane 1st 5s '55F&A
Chic & Alton 1st 3%s 1950—J&J

refunding g 3s 1949—A&O
Certificates of deposit—
/
Stpd as to Oct 1930 Int
Equip trust 6s Jan 15 '32-'35
(yearly)
J&J15 b
Chicago Burlington & Quincy—

Gen

Gen
Gen
Gen
Gen

F&A

A&O
g 4s A May 1 1989—J&J
g 3%s B May 1 1989-J&J
4%s May *89 series C-J&J
M 4%s 1989 ser E—M&N
M 4%s May '99 serF_ J&J

4.30%

70

116%
105%

96

Cin N O & Tex Pac Ry—

97%

isc.""

101

4.15
4.15
4.25

4.25
4.25

101%
4%
4%
4.05%
4%
4.05%

102%
93%
93

96%

93

100%
95%

104%
97

109%
91%
97%

102

106%

108

85

67

67%

95%

96%

105%

107%

101

93%
80%

84

4" 60

4,20%

„

9£7/«
50

101%
80
64

64%

25

26

78

92

nn
8*

97

98

92

4.60
4.60

4.30%

4.50

4.10%
4.05%

Stmpd non-pay Fed inc tax
Gen M 5s *87 stpd inc tax M&N

iggg

GenM4%s'87stpdinc taxM&N
Gen M 4 %s'87 stpd inc tax M&N
Sinking fund deb 5s 1933-M&N
16-year 6%s Mar 1930—_M&S
1st & ref 5s May 2037
J&D
1st & ref 4%s May 2037-J&D
1st & ref 4%s May 2037C J&D
Oonvg 4%s 1949 ser A—M&N

102%
96%

4.20

80%

1st M 6s 1946 ser A
Ctfs of deposit—.

101%

4.30%

Rio Grande

79%
90

90%

95

102%

Certificates of deposit
Des Plaines Val 4%s 1947.-M&S
Det & Mack pr lien 4s 1995-J&D

4.50

101%
94%
4.10%

95%
95%

96%
96

Mortgage gold 4s 1995
J&D
Det R Tun 4%s 1961 gu_..M&N
Detroit Toledo & Ironton—
1st 5s Mar 1 1964
J&J

90

m

Dollar

per

89%
10
10

....

J&J
1st 4s Feb 25 '39 Alg gu_M&N
1st 4s Feb 15 '42 Alg gu.M&N
Gen 4s 1902 Can Gov gu.-J&J
Prairie Section 4s 1955—A&O
Mountain Sec 4s 1955
A&O
Lake Sup Div 4s 1955
A&O
Grand Trunk Ry of Canada—
Sink fund g deb 7s 1940--A&O

M&S
F&A

97%
42%

78

1st g gu 4s $ July 1 1950--J&J
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 '31-'43 (yr)
Grays Pt Term g 5s 1947
J&D

65

96%

37

A—J&J
'61 opt *41 -J&J
5%s 1952 ser B—-J&J
Gen M 5s 1973 ser O
J&J
Gen 4%s 1976 ser D
J&J
Gen 4%s 1977 ser E
J&D
Eq tr 4%s 1931-1939
M&S
Eq tr 4 %s 1931-1940 D (yr) J&J
Eq tr 5a 1931-1938 (yr)—M&S
1st & ref g 4%s

Gen M

95

104

83
103

104

96%
105%

—-

Gen M 7s 1936 series

90

102%

Western

m
93%

liH
78

90
87

90

81

83

81

83

92

81

111%
108%
108

83
112
1

108%
108%

106

87%
4.50%

82%

4.40%

63
20

19%

44%

103%

500 francs

or

4 20

4.20

4.30%
430%

98

98%

95%
67%

85""

14

16%

19

26

Guayaquil & Quito 1st 5s '32 J&J2

24

27

1st 5 %s 1950 serB
1st 5s 1950 Series C_

^

97

A&O
A&O

87

88%

103%

lulf Terminal of Mobile—
80
83
1st mtge g 4s 1957 gu—--J&.T
H&Ha rtford
Harl R & Portch—See N Y N

RR & Term Co—
1st lien s f 6s 1947
M&S
locking Valley Ry—
1st cons gold 4%s 1999—J&J
Eq tr 5s 1932-1938 (ann)-A&O
Eq tr 5s 1931-1939 (yr)—J&J
Eq tr 6s '32-'35 (yr)
J&J 15

Goboken

w
99

4.20

J&J

-

lulf & Ship Island RR—
1st ref & term g 5s Feb '52-J&J

101

96

96%

4.60

1st M 6s 1958 ser A

97%

8

99

110
105
96

4.60

Great Northern Ry of Canada—
Cons 4s 1934 opt to 1914—A&O

—

55

110

ruantanamo & Western—•

77
,

4.90

90%

1931-1940.J&D

Eq tr 4%s

4%
100

80

86%

Fruit

rreenb Ry 1st g gu 4s '40--M&N
Ireen Bay & West debt certs A—
Deb ctfs B

103%

85

?!*

Express—- —
Eq 5s J'ne 15'31-*39 (yr) J&D

96%

4.25
98

32

95

4.25%

Great Northern—

79
70
40

SI*

97%
100%

60

72%

Grand Trunk West 4b £ 1950-J&J

80%

/ This price Includes accrued Int. k Last sale. I In London,

64

/

Deb g 6s Sept 1 1936
0%s 1930

89

_

109%
97%

54

M&N

1st M 3s 1962

97

99

Inc mtge 6s 1960
Des M & Ft D 1st 4s 1935--J&J

110%

86

4ulf Mobile & Northern—

110

99

102%
96%

101%
93%

»

101%

99%
109%

M&S
J&J
J&J

102

4.70

J&J
J&J

101

Grand Trunk Pacific—

92%

Westernf-

4s 1930
4%s 1936

106

100%
100%

107

Eq tr 4%s 1931-42 (yr)„M&N

con g

108%

104

106%

91

Denver & Rio Grande—
con g

98%

111

104%

75%

1st

3

97"

110%

Geu income 5s Aug '55—F&A
Ref & Impt 5a 1978 ser B.A&O

Denver & Salt Lake Ry—
1st mtge 68 1950

16

Georgia Fla & Ala RR
55
1st M & ref 6s 1952———F&A
Ga Mid 1st g 3s 1946
-A&O
112""
Ga RR & Bkg ref 6s 1951—A&O
87
4s Jan 1 1947
*_
J&J
90
Ga Sou & Fla 1st g 5« 1945--J&J
Deb 5s 1952—
A&O
Eq tr 4%s 1931-1939 s-a.M&N b V.50
Gouv & Osw 1st 5s g 1942
103%
J&D
101
Gr R & Ind ext 4%s 1941—J&J
97%
2d 4s 1938
a
A&O
Grand Riv Valley 4s 1959--M&S
91%

89

F&A

22~"

21

107%

J&D

Inc deb 6s 1952

89

Connecting Ry (Phlla)—
1st M gu 4s Mar 15' 51.M&S15
Cuban Nor Rys 1st 5%s '42-J&D
Cuba RR 1st g 5s 1952
J&J
1st 1 & ref g 7%s '36 ser A_ J&D
1st 1 & ref 6s 1936 ser B—J&D
Imp & equip 5s 1960
M&N
Dal & Waco 1st gu 5s 1940-M&N
Danb& Norwalk 4s 1955
J&D
Dayton Union 4s 1949
J&J
Dawson Ry & Coal 5s 1951--J&J
Del & Bound Br 3%s 1955-F&A
Delaware & Hudson—
Con v 5s 1935
A&O
1st & ref gold 4s 1943
M&N

Denver &

53

July 1 1934
Georgia & Florida RIt—

101%

Conn & Pass 1st g 4s 1943--A&O
Conn River gold 4s 1943---M&S

85

Ga & Ala Term 1st g 5s 1948-J&D
Ga Caro & N 1st 5« g 1929--J&J

101

Columbia & Port Deposit—
1st m 4s 1940
F&A
Col & Hock Val ext 4s 1948 A&O

1st

102
109
97
87
87

98

Galveston Term 6s 1938
Genesee River 6s 1957
Ga & Ala 5s Oct 1945.

102

Ref M g 4 %s May 1 '35-M&N

15-yr g 5%s May 1 *37.-M&N
Eq 6s Jan 15 '32-'35(yr) J&J15
D Rfv RR & B gu g 4s 1930-F&A
Del R Ter p m g 5s 1942—M&N
Ex p mon g 5s 1942
J&J

40"
75

Galv Houston & Henderson—
1st M 5a 1933
A&O

95

102

Coal RIv Ry 1st 4s gu *45—J&D
Colorado & Southern

Col & Tol 1st g 4s 1955

5.50%

93%

Ext at 6% to

1st sf 5%s 1972 series A—A&O
1st M s f 5s 1973 ser B
A&O
1st s f 4%s 1977 ser C-.A&O

20%
5 50%

6.25

Mex & P Div 1st 5s 1931-M&N
2d M 5s 1931 guar
J&J

/92
98

101%
100%

81

6.25

Frern Elk & Mo V 6s 1933—A&O

105%
99%
96%

93

93

77

Galveston Harrisb & San An—

104%

General mtge 4%s 1980--M&N
Eqtr 6s 1932-35 (year)--J&J 15

100

90
20

Ft Worth & D C 6s 1921—
Ext at 5%% to 1961

96

Cleveland Terminal & Valley—
1st 4s gold guar 1995
M&N
Cleveland Union Terminals—

44

99

93%

90

Cleveland Lorain & WheelingCons now 1st 5s 1933
A&O
Gen M 5s 1936
J&D
CI eve & Mah Val g 5s 1938-J&J
Clev & Marietta 4%s 1935-M&N
Cleveland & Pittsburgh—
Ser A 4%s gen gtd 1942—J&J
Ser B 4%s gen gtd 1942—A&O

101%
111

93%
97%
69%

1st cons
Fort Dodge Dea Moines & Sou—
1st 5s 1938
J&D r
Ft Smith & West 1st g 4s '54-A&0
Fort St Un Dept Det 4%s *41 J&J

105""

91%

Clev Colum Cin & Indianap—
Gen cons gold 6s 1934
J&J

4.30%
4 30%

Pittsburgh—

97%

93

Spr & Col Div 4s 1st g '40-M&S
White W V Div 1st 4s '40-J&J

4.60
4.60

J&J
J&J
ref 4%s '52 opt--M&N

116

99%
96%

74

72%
4.40%

94%
110%

1st cons ref g 4%s 1947
Gen ref gold 4s 1950

96%

103%
103%

109%
91%

42

47

104%

Cairo Div 1st g 4s 1939
J&J
O W & M Div 1st 4s g '91-J&J
St L Div 1st col trg 4s'90 M&N

4.80

Fonda Johnstown & G loversv—

Cincinnati Union Term Co—

104%
103%

72%

Eq 4%s '31-35 G (B-a)—-A&O
Eq 4%s *31-'41 H (s-a).-M&S
Fla So 1st g gn 4s 1945
J&J
Florida West Sh 5a 1934
J&J

97"

104%
1st M 4%s 2020 ser A
J&J
Clearfield Bltum Coal—See Ind & Misc.
98
Clear & M 1st 5s g gu 1943--J&J

Gen & ref 4%s 1977 ser A.F&A
Cleve Short L 4%s 1961
A&O

98
102

101

95

4.15%

J&D

74%
73%

72
72

1st cons 5s gold 1943
J&J
Florida East Coast 4%a '59-J&D
1st & ref 5s 1974
M&S

4.40
91

Cleveland Akron & Columbus—
1st cons guar g 4s 1940—F&A
Clev Cine Chic & St Loute—

89

Florida Central & Peninsula—

89%

5.25%

97%

100

95

1932-38 (yr)—A&O
Cincin North 1st g 4s 1951--J&J

68%

65

101%

91

Int red to 3%%
Ser C 3%s gen gtd 1948-M&N
Ser D 3%s gen gtd 1950—F&A

105%

79%
70%

72%
73%

Gen gu g 3%s ser B 1940--J&J
Series O 1940
J&J
European & N A gold 1933--J&J
Fitchburg 5s Jan 1 1934
J&J
4%s Jan 1933—
J&J

95

fi"~

104

5.75

100%
98%

Ref & impt 4 %s ser E 1977-J&J
101 *

103%

88%
71%
70%
70%

Erie &

103%

Gen M 5s ser B 1993
J&D
Ref & Imp M 6s '41 ser O—J&J
Ref & Imp M 5s '63 ser D..J&J

105

102%

J&J
J&J
A&O

105%

103%

Eq tr 5s

General 4s gold 1993

100%

Eq tr 6s 1932-35 (year)_J&Jl5
Eq 4%s '31-'41 LL (s-a)—M&S
Eq tr 4%s 1931-43 (s-a)—M&S
Penn coll g 4s Feb 11951—F&A
Erie & Jersey a f 6a 1955
J&J

91

90

J&J

96

99%

Series D 1953
A&O
Ref & Impt m 5s 1967—-M&N
Ref & mtge m 5s 1975
A&O

106

97

4.50%
4.50%

94

A&O

Prior lien gold 4a 1996
Gen Hen gold 4s 1996

104

105

110

104

A&O

1st & ref 5s 1965

J&D

1st M 5s 1963 series B
J&J
1st M 6%s series O 1963—J&J

45

107%

Erie—

94%

104%

97

1951-J&J

-

Inc mtge 5s Dec 1 1960--M&S
Chic Un Stat 1st 4%s 1963—J&J

54
99

40

Conv gold 48 1 953 ser A_
Series B 1953
—_.A&0

Gin Leb & Nor 4s 1942
M&N
Cine & Musk Val 4s 1948—F&A

79%
89%




92

98%

Eq 4%s '31-'43 E & F (yr)-J&J
Eq 4%s *31-'41 G & H(yr).J&J
Equip tr 6s 1932-35 (yr).J&J15
Equiptr5s'31-'40serB (yr)F&A
Chicago & North Western—
Gen M 3%s g 1987
M&N
Gen M gold 4s 1987
M&N

b Bhsis.

4.70

J&J15 b

52%
97%

East Tenn Va & Georgia—
Consol lstg 5s 1956
-M&N
Elgin Jol & East 5s 1941
M&N
Elmira & Williams port—
1st 6s 1910 ext at 4% 1950-J&J

101%

92

104

104

-

Income 6s 2862
El Paso & R 11st gu 5s
El Paso & S W RR—

88

J&D

Chic St L & Pits 1st 5s g 1932A&0
Chic St Paul Minn & Omaha—

89

Nor Div 1st g 4s 1948
A&O
Eastern Tenn & West N CJ—
5s 1935
M&N

82%
4.10%
4.05%
4.05%
4.05%
4.05%

103%
84%

OISL&Clst4sg Aug '36-Q-F
Cin Ind & West 1st 5s 1965-M&N

Chic Milw St Paul & Pac RR—
onv

4.20
4.20

4.20

4%
4%

97

Chesapeake & Ohio Northern—

g)-yr adj1975 series A
5s 5s Jan 2000

4.50
4.20

Cine Ind & St L Sh Line Ry—
1st gold guar 4s 1953
A&O

4.25
4.25

Ask.

103%

1st gold 5s 1937
J&J
Dutchess Co RR 4%s 1940—J&D
Eastern Ry of Minnesota—

87

81%

88"

--

Chicago Indiana & Southern Ry
Con mtge g 4s 1956 guar—J&J
Chicago Indianap & Louisville—
Ref Mg6i 1947 series A—J&J
Ref M g 5s 1947 series B-J&J
Ref M g 4s 1947 series O-J&J
1st & gen 5s 1966 series A.M&N
1st & gen 6s May '66 ser B J&J
Equip tr 6s '32-'35 (yr)—J&J15
Monon Coal gu 5s '36 opt J&D
Chic & I O Ry 1st 5s 1938—J&J
Chicago Lake Shore & Eastern—
1st hi 4 %s 1969 opt 1919-J&D
Chic Memp & Gulf 6s 1940--J&J

85

1952 ser A„
M&S
30-yr. conv.4%s 1960---M&N
Eq 6s Jan 151932-'35 (yr) J& J15
Eq tr 5s 1931-38 (s-a)
J&D
Eqtr 5s Oct *31-'34 (s-a)_A&0
Eq 4%s *31-'42 O (yr)—J&J
Eq tr 4%s *31-'45 (s-a)—J&D
Chicago St Louis & N O—
Con g 5s June 15 '51—J&D 15
Con g 3%s June 15'51 J&D.15

118%
98%

4.90
Eq tr 5s Apr 26 1932 s-a.-A&O
b
4.90
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 *31-'44 (yr)
108%
Char & Sav gen 7s 1936
J&J
Oharl & W Car 1st 6s 1946—A&O
100%
Ohateaugay Ore & Iron Co—See 1 nd& M
Chat R & South g 5s 1947—J&J
Chattanooga Sta 4s 1957 gu_J&J
89
Chesapeake Corp—See Misc Bon ds
Chesapeake & Ohio—
1st cons g 5s 1939
105%
M&N
1 ~
General 4%s gold 1992---M&S
101
Ref&impt4%s 1993 serA A&O

Income 5s Oct 1982
Chic Grt West 1st 4s 1959—M&S

98%

Sec 4%s

Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton—
General 5s gold 1942
J&D

79

Eq tr 4%s '3l-*40 W (yr)_A&0
Eq tr 5s ,32-,38 (yr)
M&S15
Eq tr 5%s '31-'3t (yrly)._J&D
Eq tr 6s 1932-'35 (yrly)_J&J15
Eq 6%s 1931-35 (ann)—J&D
Craig Valley 1st 6s g 1940-J&J
Potts Creek 4s 1946
J&J
R & A Div 1st con g 4s '89-J&J
2d con g 4s 1989
J&J
Warm Spr Val 1st 5s g '41-M&S
Elevator Co g 4s gu 1938--A&O
West PocOorp lst4%s'45 F&A

1st gold guar 4s 1953
J&J
Dul & Ir Range 1st 5s 1937-A&0

4.05 %
4.05%
4.05%

Ref g

Mem Div 1st 4s 1951

Bid.

Duluth Missabe & Northern—
Gen g s f 5s Jan 1 1941
J&J
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic—

91%
98%

Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf—
Consol gold 5s 1952
M&N

b

July 1 1949J&J
Chic & East 111 (new co)—
Gen M 5s May 1951
M&N
Chicago & Eastern Illinois—
1st consol 6s gold 1934-— A&O
Chicago & Erie 5s 1st g '82.M&N

4.20

4.05%
4.05%
4.05%

90

1st & ref g 5s Dec 1 *60 opt

102%

96%

M&N

4s

4.25

gold 4s 1988
J&J
4s 1934 opt to 1911--A&O

Eq 6s 1932-'35 (ann)

95%
104%

European loan 4s 1946-M&S

Gen M 4s 1958
M&S
1st & ref 4%s ser B 1977--F&A
1st & ref g 5s 1971 ser A..F&A
Illinois Div 3%s '49 op '29 J&J

4.25

102~"

96

F&A

RR

4.25

General

2d mtge gold 4%s 1937

J&J

Ref & impt 4%s *95 ser B

4.20

86%

Central Pacific—
1st ref 4s g guar 1949
F&A
1st g guar 4s Oct 11954—A&O

Cent RR & Bkg 5s 1937
Central Vermont Ry—

4.20

Eqtr 5s '31-'35ser M (yr)_J&D
Eq 5s »31-'38 O (yr)
J&D
Eq 6s Jan 15 '32-*35 (yr) J&.T15
Eq 6%s 1932-36 ser J (yr) M&S
Eq 6%s 1932-36 K (yr)-A&0
Eq4%s'31-'42 (yr.) ser A M&N
Chic R I & Pac Ry—

Guar gold 5s 1944
J&D
Chicago & Western Indiana—
Gen gold 6s Dec 1 1932—Q-M
Consol gold guar 4a 1952—J& J
1st & ref 5%s 1962 A
M&S
Choc & Memph 5s 1949
J&J

4.50

101
98

Eq tr 6s '32-'35 (yrly)..J&J15 b
Eq tr 4%s 1931-'41 (yr)-F&A 5

Bonds.
Detroit & Toledo Shore Line—

113%

Mid Ga& Atl 1st 5s 1947—J&J
Mobile Div g 5s 1946
J&J
Oconee Div 1st g 5s 1945—J&D
Ocean S S 1st 5s 1943
J&J
Cent New Eng 1st qu 4s 1961 J&J
Central of New Jersey—
Gen M (now 1st) g 5s 1987 J&J

Ask.

Chic & North Western (ConcM—

101%

Eqtr4%t'31-,40serQ(yr)M&N b

Eq tr 5s 1931-38 (yrly)—J&D b
4.50
Chat Div gold 4s 1951
J&D
85%
Macon & Nor g 5s 1946
J&J
100%

Guar g 5s 1960

Bid.

Bonds

"f" and Income and defaulted bonds.

Chic Terre Haute & Southeast

—

Gen M 4s 1987

"and Interest" except where marked

Ask.

Bid.

Bonds
Canadian NW4%s Oct 221943Canadian Pacific—

m

BONDS

RAILROAD
NOTIOE.—All Dona prices

£20.

n

_

103%
4.20
4.20
4.25

Nominal, r Canadian price. 1 Sale price.

BONDS

RAILBOAD
Bonds.

Holidaysburg

Bid

Bedford

&

95 M
100 M
102

Lehigh & N Y 1st 4s 1945—M&S
Lehigh & WIlkes-B Coal—SeeJnd &Mlsc.
109M
Lex & KaBt 1st 5a 1965—- A&O
99M
Litchfield & Mad 1st 5s 34-M&N
91M
Little Miami guar 4s 1962-M&N
Little Rock & Hot Spr West Ry—
84
1st gold 4s 1939 guar—J &J
106
Long Dock 6s con g 1935--- A&O
94 M
Long Island—Unified g 4s 49M&S
92 M
Refunding g gu 4s 1949—M&8
100 M
1st cons f 5s July 11931-—Q&J
100 M
1st cons g 4s July 1 1931—Q-J
97
Gen mtge gold 4s 1938
J&D

97

102M

101

1st gu g 5s Mar 1933
M&N
Houston & Texas Central—

101 %

1st lien g 5s 1937
Hudson & Manhattan—

101M

J&J

1st goJd 5s 1957 opt
F&A
Adj inc up to 5% Feb '57-A&O
1st M 4Mb 1957 conv
F&A
untlngdon & Broad Top—

102M

100 %
78M

geC&a-6Vi9«:::J|g
1637-M&N

1st M ext 6s Mar 31 '40A.A&O
2d M ext 6s 1940 ser B—F&A
3d M consol 5s Mar 31 '40-A&O

Debenture gold 6s
Equip tr 5s 1932-39 (yr)—A&O
Equlptr 6s 1931-32 (yr)—F&A

.flinois Central—1st g 4s '51 -J&J
1st gold 3Ms 1951
J&J
Main L ext 1st g 3Ms *51. A&O
1st M £3s 1951—

Montauk Ext 5s 1945--—J&J
North Shore Branch—
1st cons 5e g Oct 1 1932. _Q-J

M&S

1st M £4s 1951
Tr bonds £3 Ms 1950

A&O

1st g 4s 1950

J&J

2d mtge 3s 1980---

99

106"
104 %
100
to 4%

1st & ref 6s Dec 1935—

J&J
71M

Interboro-Met 1 See Public Utility
Inter Rap Tran /
Securities
Internat-Great North Ry—
1st M g 6s 1952 series A.-J&J
Adj M 6s July 1952 ser A-April

60 M

J&J

71

63
72

J&J

1st M 5s 1956 series B
1st M 5s 1956 ser C__

69

71 *A

Eq tr 4 Ms 1932-42 (yr)__A&0
(nternat Rys (Central America)—
1st M 5s 1972 opt
M&N
1st col tr 6% notes 1941-M&N

1st & ref g 4s 1951

4.60

68

68 M
77M

87 M

104M

99

100

101

103 M

104 M

F&A
J&D /
,

72M

73M

/

la Minn & N W 1st 3Ms 1935 J&J
Jacksonv Gainesv & Gulf—

16
15M
3M
2
95 M

96 K

Va 5s 1955.-.J&J

4io
89

Kan City Ft Scott & Memphis—
Ref g 4s 1936 guar..
A&O

98

98M
/ 100

92
98 M

78 K

79"
96

f

95 M

or

4.20%
4.30%

35
86

§5"

93 K

Kentucky Cent 4s g 1987——J&J
Kentucky & Indiana Term RR
1st M 4Mb 1961 (sterling).J&J

94

91M

1961
J&J
L E & Dot RIv 4Mb 1932..F&A
Lake Erie & West 1st 5a '37—J&J
2d gold 58 July 1 1941.--.J&J

94"

Ooll trust 6Ms 1931
1st ref 6s 1946 series A
1st ref 5Ms 1978 ser B

Lehigh & New England—
1st M gold 59 1945.
104
J&J
Gen mtge gold 5s 1954
J&J
104
Eq tr 4Mb 1931-42 (yr)—A&O b
4.40
Lehigh Vailev Harbor Term Ry—
1st mtge 5s 1954—F&A
103 M
Lehigh Valley—
1st 6s ext gold 4s 1948
96
J&D
Oon M 6s ann reg Irred
J&D
129M
Con M 4Mb ann irred
J&D
99
Gen cons gold 4s 2003
M&N
86M
Gen con gold 4 Ms 2003—M&N
98
Gen con gold 5s 2003
M&N
104M
Lehigh Valley Coal—See Ind & M isc.
Lehigh Valley Ry of New York
1st 4Ms gold 1940
J&J
101
Lehigh Vail Term 5s 1941
A&O
103
Lehigh & Lake Erie—
1st 4Ms 1957 guar
M&S

86,,

100M

MStP&SS M &

'

—

,

/This price includes

105

1st Ch Ter

105
0,

4.15%

97w

130M
100

tig

70
70

99 M

s

f 4s

90

18

30

f 11

L.

58

25
7

m
15

76M

88M
78M

91

J&J
J&J

94

73
100

M&S
J&J

82

68
t

b
b
b

b

'41op'16-M&N

J&J
RR—

Prior lien 5s 1962 ser A
J&J
Prior lien 4s 1962 ser B
J&J
Prior lien 4Ms 1978 ser D.J&J
Adj M 5s Jan 1967 ser A..A&0
M K & T of T 1st 5s gu 1942 M&S

106M

Mo Kan & Tex (old
company)—
1st gold 4s 1990
_:j&D

103 M

Eq tr 6s 1932-'35 (year)_J&J15
Mo Kan & Okla, 1st 5s '42—M&N
/
Mo Pacific RR (new
company)—

accrued interest,

'26 J&J

5M

A&O

3K

National Transc Branch Lines Co
1st Msf4Ms 1955
A&O

Naugatuck 1st 4s 1954

Consol

g

86

M&N
F&A
J&J
J&J

New Brunsw 1st g 5s 1934
Cons deb 4s perpetual
New Eng cons 4s 1945 gu

1/100
1/80

89
102
82

91

92

J&J
1956 gu__J&D

101M
85

88

F&A
M&N

90 K

OIK

5s July 1 1945

N Hav & North 4s
N J June 1st 4s gu 1986

J04M

94"
102 M

104

102 M
58

104
60

90"
85 K

1st 5s 1954 series B
A&O
1st M 5 M« 1954 Reries A—A&O
1st 5s 1956 series O
F&A
1st M 4Ms 1956 series D._F&A

91M

g|»
II*

82"

Eq trust 4 Ms 1932-'42
A&O b
Newport & Cincinnati Bridge—
1st M g 4M8 1945 guar—J&J
Newn & Richf 1st 5s '41 gu__J&J
N Y Bay Ext R 1st 5s g 1943. J&J
New York Bkiyn & Manh Beach
1st gold 5s 1935
A&O

86

4.35

4.10%

W*
80

100 M

101

107

•mmmm

mm

62 M

4.75

4.75
4.75
4.75

1st & ref 5s Jan 1965 A
F&A
1st & ref 5s 1977 ser F—M&S

h Dollars per 1,000 franc bond,

107 M
95 M

95M
84M
100 %
97 M

tax-exempt.M&N
tax-exempt.-J&J
A&O

100

Rel & impt 5s 2013 C
A&O
L S coll tr g 3Ms 1998
F&A
M C coll tr g 3Ms 1998.—F&A

107

100

83

83 M
4.20
4.25

Eq tr 7s *31-'35 (year)—A&015
Eq tr 6s *32-'35 (year)„J&J16
NYC L eq 5s 31-37 (yr).J&D
NYC L eq 5s 31-'39 (yr)_J&D

4.15
4.15
4.15

95
92

80

/

Minneap Term 3 Ms '50 opt.J&J
Mississippi Cent g 5s 1949. --J&J
Missouri-Kansaa-Texas

if

99^

93

88

76

100M
84

98^
70
4.257,
4.257
4.257
4.257

CentTermRy—

Mo-Ill RR 5s 1959

105

A-Q-F

J&J
25-year 5Ms 1949
M&S
Eq tr 4a '31-'38 s-a
J&D15
Eq tr 4Ms 1931-36 (s-a).M&N
Eq tr 5s l931-'33 (s-a)
M&S
Eq tr 6a 1932-'35 (year)..M&S

102

84^

ser

1st cons 5s 1938 gu int
2d M gold 4s guar 1949

100M

100

90
78

99?*

Certificates of deposit
Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—
1st cons gold 4s 1938
J&J
1st cons gold 5s 1938
J&J

100&

M&N




Certificates of deposit
1st refdg gold 4s 1949. —M&S

g

Deb g 4s '34
Deb 4s 1942

A&O

1st 7s '27 ext at 6% 1932—J&D
1st consol gold 5sl934
M&N

6%

Conv deb 6s 1935
M&N
Cons mtge 4s 1998 ser A—F&A
New York Central & Hud Riv—
Ref g 3Ms July 1 1997
J&J

Minneapolis & St Louis—

90

Lake Shore & Mich South—
Con g ref 3 Ms 1997
—J&D

102M
3%

60

Sparta & NW 1st 4s 1947M&S
Mil&State Line lst3 Msl941_J&J

97

—

_

Plain

25"

60

Sept

Mil

Ref & ext 5s Feb '62

Imc 6s series B Jan 1949--—Jan /
lit M 5s 1978
J&J

25

§1*
76

1st ext 4Mb 1934 (1880)._J&D
Cons 6s 1913 ext at 4M'
to 1934 (1884)
J&_

95M

3M

A&O
*15 ext to'33.-J&D
notes £ '15 ext to *33. J&D

g notes

Ref & impt 4 Ms 2013 A
When issued

A&O

ser A
Series B
Mlllen & Southw 59 1955
Milwaukee & Northern—

Prior lien g 4Ms s f 1957--J&J

90~

102

A&O

Adj M Apr 1 '53

99

95M

Eq tr 6s 1932-35 (year).. J&J15 b 4.50
Eqtr 5Ms 1931-3$ (year) M&S 6 4.75
Kansas City Terminal Ry—
1st g 4s 1960 opt 1930
J&J

Gold 4s 1931

4.05%

95

New York Central RR—

M&N

Valley—5s 1943

101
'

Extended at 5% 1940
M&N
Ref & impt 4Ms '52 ser A__ J&J
New Orl Term 1st 4s 1953
J&J
New Orleans Texas & Mexico—
Non-cum lnc 5s '35 ser A.-A&O

88 M
89M

Midland

100

v

Kan O & Pac 1st 4s g 1990--F&A
Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—

5

3.50

3Ms J L & Sag 1951.M&S

5% to 1940

89M
84

106 K

F&A

75

97 M

ext at

90 M

Assented
M&S
Kan City Sou—1st g 3s 1950 A&O
Ref & Impt 5s Apr 1 1950--J&J

....

101

1942-M&N
Mtddletown & Unlonville—
2d M adj lnc 6s 1933
M&N
Midland
of N
J
1st
6s
1910

90"

50

100 M

1st coll tr g 5s Oct 1 1947—A&O
lit & con & coll tr g 5s 1951 A&O
New Orl Gt Nor 1st 5s '55.-F&A
New Orl & Nor East 6s 1915.

M&N

1st gold 3Ms 1952
Middlesex Val 1st 5s

1st M 4s 1978 ser A_

77

110M
101M

—

1st mtge M Air L 4s 1940.-J&J
1st g 4s Jol & N Ind. 1957J&Jl0

111"

95

Eq tr 6s 1932-35 (yT>—J&J 15 6

accrint at exch rate 4.8665

1st 5s Kal &S H 1939

M&S

Gen 5s Dec 31 1932
J&J
New Lon Nor 1st 4s 1940
J&J
New Mexico Ry & Coal Co—

M&S

1st g

K A & Gr R 1st 5s 1938
J&J
Kal & W Pig n g 6a 1940
J&J
Kanawha Br & Ter 5s 1948..A&O
Kana & Mich 1st 4s 1990
A&O

M&S

M&S /

5s coup 1931 D & B C dlv.M&S
Ref& Impt 4Mb 1979 ser 0_J&J

97

109"

Joplin Union Station—
1st g 4 Ms 1940 guar op—M&N

Stmpdaccrint at rate 4.8665

4

95M

Sept

99M
92 M

Asst (cash warr & coup)
/
Sept 1 1914 coupon on
Sept 1.1914 coupon off
Mexican North lrt 6s 1930-J&D /
Michigan Central—

1954
17
5

10

_J&D

K C Mem & Bir 4s 1934
Income 5s Mar 1934

70M
110

Equip 6s 1931-32 (yr)—..M&S

6s 1951...
A&O
Jacksonv Ter 1st 5s gu 1939 J&J
Ref & ext 6s 1967—
J&J
Jamestown Frank & Clearfield
m

1st g 4s 1959 guar

International—
Prior lien 4 Ms 1947
1st con gold 4s 1977

70

102
108 M
102M

1st 5s 1963-.-F&A

NJ&NY5S 1950

Mexican

M&S /
f

dep

79 M

99 M
91M

J&J

Nat RR of
Mexpi g 4Ms
1st cods gold 48 1951

—-

4.10%

75
4.30
4.30
4.30

M&S

Gen mtge 4s 1977

65"
Maryland & Pa 1st g 4s '51 -M&S
Mason City & Ft Dodge—
1st M gold 4s 1955.
J&D /
Memphis Union Station Co—
103 M
1st g gu 5s Nov 1 1959.-M&N
87
Meridian Term 4s '55 guar.M&N

89

>

M&S

74 H

Manitoba S W Col 5s 1934 —J&D

'

Morgantown & Kingwood—
1st mtge 5s 1935
J&J
Morris & Essex 3 Ms 2000
J&D
Constr'n 5s 1955 ser A
M&N
Constr'n4M« 1955 ser B.M&N
Nasnville Chattanooga & St L—

6%

98

ManitowGB&NW3Ms'41-. ...J&J
Md Del & Va 5s 1955 gu._ ..F&A
88

Moh & Mai 4s 1991
Consol gold 3Ms 2002

>

4.40

35

Philippine Govt gu— ..M&N
Sinking fund g 7s 1937. ..M&N

78M

M&S

Eq 4Ms *32-'41 O (yr)__J&J16
Eq tr 5s 1932-'38 (s-a)
M&S
Eq tr 6s 1932-'39 (year)—J&J
Montgom Div g 5s 1947—F&A

103 M

4s 1939 ext to 1959

105
1st 4s 1956— J&J

90 M
78 M

M&S
M&S

Eq tr 4Ms 1931-37 (year). A&O

L & N Term 1st g 4s '52 gu J&D

104

96M
99M

Nash F & S 1st gu g 5s 1937—F&A
National Rys of Mexico—

4%
4%
96 M

101

Macon Dub & Sav 5s 1947--J&J

J&D
J&D

4.50
4.30

to

M&N

J&D

4.25
4.25

70 K

to

Macon Terminal 5s 1965
J&J
Mahon O RR 1st 5s 1934—J&J

99M

Ref & impt 4 Ms 1980

5 Basis.

103 M

J&J

4M§ 1935

!!H

-J&J

1st guar gold 5s 1937
Mont Wyo & So 5s 1939

96M

M&S

gold 4s, 1952

88

Monongahela Sou 5s 1955--A&O
Mont Cent 1st g 6s 1937
J&J

101

Manila RR Sou Lines 4s'39-M&N

6% notes 1936
1st 1 & ref 6Ms 1947.
Iowa Cent 1st g 5s 1938
Certificates of deposit

58

& St L Dlv 6s 1971-M&8

1st & ref 5s Dec 1935

Series B

Kanawha & W

56

Mob & Mont 4Ms 1945--M&S
Southern Ry joint Monon coll

93

Gen M g 4s 1945
Small

Mob & Ohio, gen 4s 1938
Ref & impt 4 Ms 1977

Montour RR

-

89

,

Secured 5s 1938

101M

Lou O & Lex 4Ms g 1931-M&N
Pad & Mem Dlv 1st 4s '46-F&A

ist & ref

A..J&J

1st

4.20%
4.20%

4.60

50-year gold 5s 1937—.—M&N
Unified gold 4s 1940
J&J
Coll trust gold 5s 1931—M&N
1st & ref 5Ms 2003 ser A—A&O
1st & ref 5s 2003 ser B
A&O
1st & ref 4Ms 2003 ser O-A&O
Eq tr 4Ms 1931-37 (year).J&D
Equip 6 Ms 1932-36 (year) M&S
Eq tr 6s 32-'35 (yr)
J&J16

J&J
J&J

ser

Ctf of

4.60

Maine Central¬

Genl mtge 4s 1957
Gen mtge 4Ms 1957

Indlanap & Lou

101M

Louisville & Nashville—

S E

1st & ref ,5s 1980 ser H
A&O
1st & ref 5s 1981 ser I
F&A
Conv g 5Ms 1949 ser A..M&N
Secured 5Ms 1931-1956
J&D
Equip trust 5s 1932-'40(vr)M&£

Small
102 M

Louisville Henderson & St Louis—

Atl K & Cin Dlv 4s 1955-

Bid.

Eqtr 4Mb '31-'44 F (yr)—M&N
94 M Mo Pac (old)—Gen 4s 1975 M&S
Eq 6Ms l932-'36 (year)..F&A
loiK
Eq tr 6s '32-35 (year)__J&J15
3d 7s ext to July 1938 at
98"
4%
M&N
Mob & Birm pr lien 5s 1945--J&J

66M

A&O

1935

1st mtge gold 5s 1946--—J&J
Louisville & Jeffersonville Bridge
Guaranteed gold 4s 1945--M&8

Indiana Harbor Belt RR—

w

89

1st M 5s 1969
1st M gold 5s

Jt 1st ref M (IC&OSL&
N O) 5s 1963 ser A
96
«_J&D
Ser B 5s(£l00 & £200)'63J&D tflOO
Series O 4Ms 1963
J&D
Gold 6Ms
July 1 1936
J&J
40-year 4Ms Aug 1 1966—F&A
Eq tr 4Ms 1931-1939 K—F&A
Eq tr 4Ms 1931-1940 L—A&O
Eqtr4Ks,31-,41 M (s-a).M&N
Eq tr 4Ms 1931-41 Ser N-A&O
Eq tr 4Ms '31-'36 (yr) O-.J&J
Eq tr 5s 1931-38 ser J
M&N
Eq tr 6s '32-'35 (year)..J&J 15
Equip 6 M a 1932-1934 (yr). F&A
Equip 7b 1931-1935
A&O
Cairo Bridge 4s g 1950—J&D
Litch Dlv 1st g 3s 1951... J&J
Louisv Dlv 3Ms g 1953—J&J
Omaha Dlv 1st 3s g 1951-F&A
St Louis Dlv 3Ms g 1951—J&J
St Louis Dlv 3s g 1951
J&J
Sp'fleld Dlv ext 3Ms 1951 J&J
Western lines g 4a 1951
F&A
IdBlm & W ext 4s 1940L—A&O

fa

112

100

LousJana & North Western—

,

Ind 111 &

98
102

Bonds
Mo Pacific RR (Concluded)
1st & ref 5s 1978 ser G
M&N

LI City & F con 5s 1937—M&N
Louisiana & Arkansas—

J&J
Ooll trust gold 4s 1952..*. A&O
Col tr L N O & T g 4s '63-M&N
Ref mtge5s 1955
-.M&N
Ref g 4s 1955 opt 1918- M&N
Bur lines 1st g 3Ms 1952—J&J

Indianapolis Union—
Gen & refg 5s 1965

Ask.

91 %

Cumb
J&J

1st M g 4s 1951 guar
Housatonlc con 5s 1937
M&N
Houston Belt & Term 5s '37-J&J
Houston East & West Texas—
1st 5s g May 11933
M&N

I

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

79

marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds.

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and Interest" except where

M&N15

4.15
4.15

77

4%
4%

4.15

NYC RR eq 4Mb '36-'32.-J&J
NYC RR eq 4Mb *31-'45-M&N
N Y O & St L 1st g 4s 1937—A&O

(yearly)

99

101M

6% gold notes 1932-——-A&O
Deb 4s May 1 1931
M&N
Ref 5Ma 1974 Ber A
A&O
Ref 4 Mb 1978 ser O
M&S
New York Connecting RR—
lit M 4Mb 1953 series A—F&A
lit guar 5i 1953 series B—F&A
NY & E lit 4s ext g 1947—M&N
4Mb 3d ext 1933
M&S
N Y & Gr Lake gu g 5s 1946-M&N
N Y & Har 1st g 3 Ms 2000-M&N
N Y & Jer lit g 5« '32 opt—-F&A

4<
.

4<

4<

99'

101^

100

104M
86

101M
104M
93 M
99 M
96 K
84 M

101K

1045
87«

102
105

98 M
88 M
101^

N Y Lack & Western—
1st & ref 5s 1973 ser A

103
M&N
102
1st & ref 4Mb 1973 ser B..M&N
VYLE&WO & RR—See Ind & Misc.

N Y L E & W Dock & Impt—Se
* Y & L Br gen 4s 1941
M&S

94M

4.15
4.15

NYC Lines eq 4M® '32-*35 J&J
NYC Lines eq 4M« '31-'40

93 M

59"

UK

99M

Ind & Miscel
89

^Y & NEBos Ter 4s 1939-A&O
* Y New Haven & Hartford—

100 M

e

General gold 5s 1941-----M&S

79 %
97 K
89

90 M
4.60

91K
4.107

....

89

94

89

89 M

k La3t sale.

Deb
Deb
Deb
Deb
Deb
Deb
Deb
Deb

6s Jan 15 '48 conv--J&J15

116K

116^

4s May 11957
M&N
4s July 1 '65 non-conv J&J

74
86
85 K
89 K

§1*
87

M&N
4s 1947 non-conv.—M&S
3Ms March 1947
M&S
3 M« 1954 non-conv—A&O
3Ms 1950 conv
J&J
15-year secured 6s 1940—A&O
1st & ref 4 Ms 1967
J&D
4s 1956 non-conv

75

78 K
77

85"

79M

80 M
105M

105

81

92 K

93

4.40

4.20%

Equip tr 4Ms Sept 15 1931 to
Mar 15" 1945 (s-a)

M&S 15
Harl Rlv & Pt Ches 4s '54 M&N

I In London,

n

Nominal,

s

93 M

Sale price.

-AH bond prices

NOTICE

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

43 %

Registered $5,000 only-— —
Gen M g 4s 1955 red
J&D
N Y Pa & O p 1 4%s 1935--M&S
N Y Phil & Nor—1st g 4s '39 J&J
Income 4s Jan 1 1939
M&N
Stock trust ctfs 4s 1948—J&D
N Y Prov & Bos 4s 1942
A&O
N Y & Put 1st 4s g 1993
N Y Susq & Western—

&

34"

38"
101%
98%

76

F&A
F&A
M&N

58"
99%

94%

11%

do

99%

4%s

A&O

33

1st gen g 5s 1954 opt
J&J
Norfolk Ter 1st gu 4s 1961—M&N
Norf & West gen 6s 1931—M&N

87
58

89
100%

F&A
104%
New River 1st 6s 1932
A&O
101%
N & WRy 1st con 4s '96--A&O
98%
Dlv 1st lien & gen g 4s July 1
1944 opt Jan 1 1929
J&J
98
N & W Pocahontas 4s '41- J&D
98
Eq tr 414s 1931-'32 (yr)__M&N b
4.10
Eq tr 4%s 1932 (yr)
A&O b
4.10
Eq tr 4>*s 1932- 35
J&J o
4.10
Northeast of S O 6s 1933
J&J
101
A

ser

107
102%
100 X
93%

M&S

Interest red to 4%%
Nor Maine Seaport 6s 1935-A&O
Nor Ohio 1st gu 5s g

1945—A&O

Northern Pacific—
Prior lien g 4s Jan 1997
Gen lien g 3s Jan 2047

Q-F

Ref & imp 4%s 2047 ser A-J&J
Ref & imp 6s 2047 ser B
J&J
Ref & imp 4s 2047 ser O—J&J
103%
Ref & imp 5s 2047 ser D—J&J
103 %
Eq tr 4%s 1931-'32(yr) F&A15 &
4.15
Eq tr 414s 1932-'40 (yr)M&S15 b
4.15
No Pac Ter Co 1st 6s 1933--J&J
105%
No Ry of Cal 5s g gu 1938—A&O
103%

gu 4s 1948-J&J
Connecting 4s 1943---M&S

O Ind & W g 5s Apr 1938
Q-J
Ohio Riv RR—1st g 5s 1936-J&D
Gen gold 5s 1937
_A&0
Old Colony RR 4s 1938——J&J
3%s July 1 1932
_J&J
1st M5Hs 1944
—F&A
1st M 5s 1945 series B
J&D

102
96
98

98%

96 %

107%
107%

Oregon-Wash RR & Nav—
1st & ref g gu 4s '61 opt--J&J

94%

4"/,

4%
4%

1st g guar s

103%
101%
94%

m 4%s 1959 ser B
1st M 4%s 1960 ser C

96%
101%

1st gen 5s 1974 series
Portl (Me) Term gu 4s
Guar 5s 1961

4</,

44,

40

103%

101%

109

95

97%

101%

107

$40%

95

O—J&D
1961-J&J

89
102
97
101

35
35

90

95

55

June 1

99%
84

87

95%
101%
101%

102

3.50

3%

4.10

96%
101%
4%

98%

99%

102%

104

_

109%

b

4.50

4 20%

94%
92%
91%
90%
90%
100

1st coll tr 4s 1949

1940--A&O

inc 4s 1990
Apr 1 f
Peoria & Pekin Union Ry—

85

Gr Isl 1st g 4s 1947-.-J&J
St Lawr & Adirond 5s 1996--J&J

92%

St J

99%

F&A

op„-J&J

July 1956 Ser A—J&J
July 1956 ser B—T&J

1st 4%s 1980 ser C
M&S
Eq tr 6s *32-'35 (yr)
J&J 15 b
Perkiomen 1st 5s *18 ext to '38Q-J
2d 6s 1918 ext to 1938
Q-J
Phila & Bait Cent 4s 1951-M&N

99

gold 5s 1931
J&J
Eq tr 6s 1932-'34 (yr)— J&J 15
Eq tr 5s 1931-'37(year)—M&S
Eq 4%s 1932-'41 BB (yr)_F&A
St

Louis

4%

4.10

4%
4%
87
20

1st consol g 4s 1933
1st consol g 6s 1933

J&J
J&J
1933.J&J

98%

Salt Lake City Un Dep & RR—
1st M 5s 1938_M&N
S A & Ar Pass g gu 4s 1943-J&J

cons

1st & ref 5s 1972

82

1

4.30

>

4.30

>

4.30

101

101%
4.05%
4.05%
4.05%

83

4.05%

J&J

4,60
4.60

100%
91%
88
95

76
86

4.20%
4.20%

W*
94
96%

103%
101%
98%
92%
110%

105"
102

95"
111%

Joaquin Val—
1st g 5s Oct 1 1940
A&O
San Fran Term 1st 4s 1950--A&O

f This price includes accrued Interest,




50%

5

6
7

96

80

95
75
75
62

107%
111%
95%
69

72

95
99

103

(yr)—J&D

T.

96%
96%
4.25
4.10
4.10
4.10
4.10

4.20
4.20

4.20
104

96%

,

Tampa North 1st 5s 36 op_J&J
& Nor Ont Ry Com
Deb 4s 1939-1968
L—-F&A
Tennessee Central Ry—
1st m 6s 1947 ser A
A&O
Term RR Assn (St Louis)—
1st gold 4%s 1939
A&O
1st consol gold 5s 1944—F&A
Gen ref s f g 4s '53 op '10- - J&J
Terre Haute & Peor 5s 1942-M&S
Texarkana & Ft Smith—
1st

m

5%s 1950

2000

2d inc g 5s Dec 2000
Gen & ref 5s 1977 ser

109

80%
110%
113
4.25
4.20
4.20

100%
102%
89%

95%
85%

40%

80"
98%
108
36

J&D
Mar

20

88
101

105%
93

102
104

102"
110%

B—A&O

95

Gen & ref 5s 1979 ser C—A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1980 ser D—J&D

95
98

Eq tr 5s 1931-1939
M&N
Eq tr 4%s 1932-42 (yr)—A&O
Eq tr 4%s 1932-43 (yr) -F&A
f ex Pac-Mo Pac Term RR—1st M g 5%s 1964--——-M&S
fol Can Sou & D 1st 4s 56—J&J
Tel & Ohio Cent 1st 5s 1935- J&J
West Div 1st 5s g 1935—A&O
Gen gold 5s 1935
——J&D
St Mary's Div 4s g 1951 — F&A
Eq tr 6s 1932-1935 (yr). J&J15
Toledo Peoria & Western RR—
1st m. 6s 1952
J&J
Toledo St Louis & Western—
1st gold 4s Apr 1 1950—-A&O
Tol Term 1st 4 %s'57 gu—M&N
Tol Walh Valley & Ohio—
1st g gu 4%s 1931 ser A —J&J
1st g gu 4%s 1933 ser B —J&J
.M&S
1st g gu 4s 1942 ser O
1
Toronto Hamilton &
1st gold 4s

95%

96"

4.30
4.30

4.30
106

106%

93

103

103%

100%
100%

¥.25

"4%

——

84%

104%
93

95'

k Last sale.

93%
96%

58%

100
99

mmmm

96

Buffalo—

June 1 1946—J&D

A—F&A

1928—J&D
to Dec 1928 int

Ulster & Del cons 6a

97

95

99

rn.mm.mm.

85

Stamped as
Ctfs of dep no cpn stpd.1928
Stpd as to Dec 1928 int

A&O

36

•

/ In London,

n

4s 1952

Nominal, s Sale price

85

69

-

-

•

75

69

1st yef gold

h Dollars per l.OOO-franc bond,

guar——-F&A

Consol m 4%s 1966 ser

98

I—See Ind & M Isc.

6 Basis,

43%

/
/

^

100

San Fran & San

103%

5.75%
5.75%

Texas & Pac 1st 5»

70%

J&J

4.25

__

6.50
6.50

91%

70%
100%
100%

86%

red to 4%s g
Montana ext 1st 4s 1937_J&D
Pacific Ext 1st 4s £ 1940--J&J
St Paul Union Depot—

QP*

11%
10

6.50

b

Texas City Term 6s 1941-J&J26
Texas & N O con 5s 1943—-J&J

100%

104%
93

15

b

82

86
73

102%
92%
93%

1st

106%

100

Eq tr 5%s 1931-1939 (s-a) M&S
Equip tr 4%s 1931-1945—J&J
St Paul & Duf 1st 5s 1931—F&A
1st consol g 4s 1968
J&D
St Paul East Gr Tr 4%s '47.-J&J
St P & K O Sh 4%s 1941—F&A
St Paul Minn & Manitoba—

94

100

M&N
J&J
J&D

1st g 4s 1989

4.10

108%
102%

102%

Southwestern—

1st terril & unlf 5s 1952

103%

7

b

90

Gen mtge

*

110%
96%
109%
105%

.

13

5 75%
5 75%

80%

Cons in 4%s 1978 ser A—M&S
Gen mtge gold 6s 1931—-J&J

96%

98

106

Prior lien 5s 1950 series B—J& J

99%

96%

92

99%

J&J

St Louis-San Fran (reorganized).
Prior lien 4s 1950 series A—J&J

2d g Inc 48 Nov 1989
1st consol g 4s 1932

4.10

101

Riv & Gulf Div 4s 1933—M&M

90

—

94

A&O

2d gold 6s 1996

93

St Louis Iron Mt & Sou—

97

86%

84

101

60

St L Peo & N W 5s 1948

cons

96%

4s *51--J&J
1932—F&A
1944-M&S

Alton Bridge 1st g

100%

10%
6.50

Spartanburg Un Col 4s '95--J&J
Spokane Falls & Nor 6s '39—J&J
SpoK Internat 1st g 5s 1955-J&J
Staten Isl Ry 4%s 1943J&D
Stephenv N&S Tex 5s '40 op.J&J
Suffolk & Car con 5s 1952—J&J
Sun & Lewis 1st g 4s 1936
J&J
Sunbury Hazleton & W-B—
2d mtge inc 6s 1938 coup.M&N
Tampa & Gulf Coast—
1st g 5s 1953--—A&O

98%

4%s 1957

St Johns & L Cham 5s

91

—

31
6

95" Temiskamlng

m

St Clair Term 1st 5s

105
85

M&N

3%s g £ 1945
J&J
Deb 4%a 1970
A&O
Eq tr 5s 1932-38 (yr)„__.M&S
Gen equip 5s 1931-39 (yr) A&O
Eq tr 4%s 1931-39 (yr)-„A&0

J&J
J&J

1931-1935

82

102

Don M

op—__A&O

Rutl Can 1st g gu 4s 1949

96

98%

105"

2%
2%
95%
83%
100%

25
100

b

Eq 5s *32-'39 O (yr)—M&S
Eq 5s '32-'41 D (yr)
A&O
Southern Pacific RR Cal—
1st con g 5s gu 1937
M&N
1st ref g 4s 1955 op 1910--J&J
Stamped Federal Tax
Southern Railway—
1st consol gold 5s 1994
.J&J
Develop & gen M g 4s '56-A&O
Develop & gen 6s 1956—A&O
Develop & gen 6%s 1956-A&O
Eq tr 6s732-'35 (yr)
J&J 15
Eq tr 5s 1931-39 (s-a)
M&S
Eq tr 4%sOct'31-39(s-a)A&O
E Tenn reorg lien 5s 1938 M&S
1st Mem Div g 5s 1996----J&J
St Louis Div 1st g 4s 1951-J&J
Aiken Br 1st g 4s 1998—— J&J
L & N So joint g 4s—See L & N
Mobile & O coll tr 4s '38-M&S

96)
74)

1st

99

98%

94

R I Ar & La 4%s 1934
M&S
Rock Island-Frisco Term Ry—

102

99%

79%
95

102%

98

t

3
12

J&D
M&S

,

98

1941--M&N

30

/
f
/
/

50-year 4%s 1981
_M&N
4%s 1969 with war
M&N
Equip 7s 1931-1935 (yr) J&D
Equip 5s 1931-1939 (yr)-M&N
Equip tr 5s 1931-38 (yr)„ J&D
Eq tr 4%s 1931-40 (yr)—J&D
Eq tr 4%s '31-'41 (yr)
J&D
Pacific Fruit Express equip 7s

97

bds May 1

96%

M&J

Oonv g 5s 1934--40-year 4%s 1968

73%
89%

102

g

—-

31

5% secured notes 1931
F&A
Equip tr 6s (s-a) 1932-37-F&A
Eq tr 5%s 1931-1932 (s-a)A&O
Eq tr 5s 1932-1940 (s-a) _-J&J
Eqtr4%s Janl5'32-40(s-a)J&D
Atlanta-Birmingham Div—
1st g 4s May 1 1933
M&S
Seab-All Florida Ry—
1st gu 6s 1935 series A—-F&A
1st gu 6s 1935 ser B__
F&A
Seab & Roanoke*5s ext 1931-J&J
Seacoast RR of N J 5s '48--A&O
Shamokin Sunbury & Lewisb'g—
2d 6s gold July 1 1925 ext at
5% to July 1 1945
J&J
Shrev Bdg & Ter 5s '55 gu„F&A
Sierra Ry of California—,
1st s f 68 g Apr 12 '37. A&O 12
Sioux City & Pac3%s 1936—F&A
Somerset Ry 1st & ref 4s "55-J&J
1st M 4s July 2 1950
-J&J
South Bound RR 1st 5s 1941 A&O
S & N Ala cons M g 5s 1936-F&A
Gen cons gu g 5s 1963
A&O
So Pac Coast 1st g 4s 1937--J&J
Southern 111 & Mo Bridge Go—
1st M g 4s 1951
M&N
South Indiana 1st g 4s 1951--F&A
So Pacific Branch L 1st 6s '37A&O
Southern Pacific Co—
■
Coll tr 4s (O P) Aug 1 '49 J&D
1st
4%s
(Oregon
Lines)
A
1977

99%

F&A

Saratoga—

104%
/

_

91

104

1933—A&O

&

J&J

Stamped
Adj mtge 5s Oct 1 1949--F&A
Ref gold 4s 1959 opt
A&O
Certificates of deposit
1st & cons 6s 1945 ser A__M&S

Rutland con 4%s 1941
J&J
St Clair Mad & St Louis Belt-

95%

101%
109%
96%
109%

-

95

105%
104%

F&A

1940
A&O
Equip 6s Jan 15 '32-'35-J&J 15
& Mecklenburg—
1st g 4s Nov 1 1948
M&N
Rich & Peters 4%s 1940-— A&O
Richmond Term 1st 5s 1952--J&J
Richmond-Washington Co—
Coll tr g gu 4s 1943 opt.—J&D
Rio Gr June 1st gu 5s 1939--J&D
Rio Gr So 1st g 4s 1940
J&J
1st g 4s guar 1940
J&J
Rio Gr West 1st 4s 1939
J&J

106%

K a & Read O & 3fl 1942- A&O
F?,wt %^ Y
Phila

95%

Rich Fredericksb & Potomac-

40-yr 5s 1964-

:

94%
94%

J&D

92%

Imp M ext g 4s 1947—A&O
Cons ext gold 4s 1937--M&S
Term 5s g gu May 1 *41-Q-F
Rensselaer

106

F&A

Phila Bait & Wash 4s 1943—M&N
Den 5s11974 series B______F&A
D0n M 4%s 1977 ser O
J&J

92

Raleigh & S W 1st 4s 1936—J&J
Raritan River 1st g 5s 1939--J&J
Reading Company—
W& N A tr ctfs 4s red 105-Q-M
Jer Cent g 4s '51 op '06--A&O
Gen & ref 4%s 1997 ser A-J&J
Gen & ref 4%s 1997 ser B—J&J
Eq 5s (J&J) 31-'32 ser J.-J&J
Eq. 4%s 1931-'45 (s-a)„M&N

97%
109%

"

4s gold
1948 sterling
stamped dollar bond

1st g 6s
1st g 4s

_

50

Wore 1st 4s

Phila & R—2d 5s g

101

M&M
M&N

1st g 5%s 1974 series A

M&N

93

102

J&D
Gen g 5s Dec 1 1968—J&D
Gen m 4%s 1981 ser D—A&O
15-yr 6%s Feb 1 1936
F&A

„

92%

Ral & Gaston 1st 5s g 1947--J&J
Ral & Soutbp con 5s 1965-—J&D

73"

99

1st & ref 4%s 1977 ser A„A&O

Peoria Ry Ter 4s '37 gu
Pere Marquette Ry—

99

1947--A&O

Prov &

102

Cons mtge 4a 1939—
A&O
Penn Ohio & Detroit RR—

4s

_

J&J
Port Reading 1st gu 5s 1941—J&J
Porta Gt F & Con 4%s 1937-J&D
Potomac Val 1st gu 5s g 1941 J&J
Prov Sec deb 4s 1957 gu
M&N
Prov Ter 1st g 4s gu 1956—M&S

104%
104%

101

M&N
Gu tr ctfs g 3%s 1937
M&S
Gu tr ctfs g 3%s 1941
F&A
Gu tr ctfs g 3%s 1942
J&D
Gu tr ctfs g 3%s 1944
J&D
Sec g 4%s 1963M&N
Pa&N \ Canal con 5s 1939—A&O
Cons mtge 4%s 1939
A&O

cons

"5"
5
70

Richmond

Gu tr ctfs g 4s 1952

2d

„

A&O
—-A&O

1st M 5s 1962 series B

Pennsylvania Company—

Peor & East

103%

2

-J&J

f 5s 1942

1st

103%

Geng4%s 1965

4.05%

2

Pitts Young & Ash—
1st gen 4s series A 1948—J&D

Paris-Orleans extl 5%s 1968 M&S
103
6% franc bonds (foreign series)
red to 1956
J&D h $39%
Paterson Ext 1st 5s 1950
J&D
Paulista Ry 1st 7s '42serA M&S15
94"

4%s g 1960—

102%
104%

J&J

Pitts Va & Char gu 4s 1943
Pitts & West Va Ry—
1st m 4%s 1958 ser A

104%

do

^

J&J

PIttsb Term RR & Coal—

104%
106%

do

110
101

Cons mtge 4%s

Paris-Lyons-Mediterranean RR—
Ext s f 6s 1958.
F&A15
Sfextl 7s 1958M&S15

^

109%

_

F&A

Pennsylvania RR—
Con M 48 gold 1943
do
4s gold 1948

..

4.20

6%

Pac of Mo 1st ex g 4s 1938--F&A
2d ext 5s gold 1938
-J&J
St L R E 1st 5s 1938
M&N
Oardelet Br 1st 4 %s 1938.A&O
Paducah & 111 1st 4%s 1955-J&J
34 op__J&J

?

6% receivers' ctfs 1927—F&A
Pittsburgh & Shawmut—
1st s f g 5s 1959
J&D f
103 %
P S & L E 1st g 5s 1940
A&O
103%
Cons 1st g 5s July 1 1943—J&J

98%

Pacific Coast Co—See Misc Bonds
Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd—

Pan American 1st 5s

108%
108%
100%

60

104

J&J
99
J&D i/100

J&J

6%s 1948-

91

J&J

2d 6s guar 1934

107X

Ore RR & Nav cons 4s 1946-J&D
Ore Short Line 1st 5s 1946—J&J

f

96%

Pitts Shaw & N—1st g 5s '49 F&A
Gold 4s Feb 1 1952---—F&A

102 %

Ogd & L Ch 1st g

s

96%

J&D
-A&O

Oonsol 4s 1956

35
98%
71
95

1st M

97%

1949--F&A

E

00%

90%

Ral & Cape Fear lBt 5s 1943M&S
Ral & Charleston 4s 1956—F&A

Northwestern Terminal RR—
1st M 5s 1977—
/
Norwich & Wor—4%s 1947-M&S

1st cons guar 5s 1946

ser

Pitts McK & Y 6s 1932

100%

North Penna ext'd 4s 1936--M&N
Gen g 3 3-lOs 1953
J&J

1st m 4%s 1950 series C
Ont & Que deb gu 5s perp

103 Ml

Eq tr 6%s 1931-35 (yr)— A&O

94%
68%
96
112%

Q-J

ser

Pitts & Lake Erie

Impt & exten 6s 1934

Northern Central—
Gen & ref 5s 1974

3%s

Gen M 5s 1970 ser A
Gen M 5s 1975 ser B
Gen M 4%s 1977 ser C

35%

85

1st & ref g 5s *61 opt *15—F&A
N orf & South 1st 5s 1941-M&N

4s

do

102 %

Norfolk & Oar 5s 1939
Norfolk Southern—

103%

4s ser F 1953
4b ser G 1957

do

86

107%

102

M&£J
J&D
M&N
H I960—F&A

4s ser

do

84
106%

102%
102%

101%

D 1945

do

104

M&S

Sav Fia & W 1st 6s 1934— -A&O
1st M g 5s 1934
A&O

101%
101%

F&A
1964...M&N

J

ser

1st g 5s 1942
Sauit Ste Marie Bridge—
1st M s f 5s July 1 1937

23 J
102

Seab Air Line 1st g 4s 1950-A&O

Ser I 1963

do

61

Bid.

Bonds

Sav & States 1st g gu 5s 1953-J&J
Scioto Val & N E 1st 4s 1989 M&N

M&N

Ser O 1942

do

do

N Y W estchester & Bos Ry—
1st M g 4%s 1946 guar
J&J
Nord Ry s f 6%s 1950
A&O

22%
102%
103%

Con g gu 4%s ser A 1940-A&O
do
Ser B 1942
-A&O

96%

Ask.

Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenix—

P B & L E con g 5s 1947
J&J
Pitts Char & Youghiogheny—
Gen mtge gtd 4s 1932---A&O
Pitts Cin Ohic & St Louis—

96

and income and defaulted bondi.

Bait-

Debenture g 4s 1932
A&O
Philippine Railway—
1st p 4s 1937 s f opt gu—J& J
Pine Creek guar 6s 1932
J&D

45%

100%
97%
94%
93%
91%
94%

J&J

Gen mtge 5s g 1940
Term 1st g 5s 1943-

Wilm

_

A&O

1st refunding 5s 1937
2d mtge 4%s 1937

Bid.

Bonds
Phila

M&S

Ref 1st g 4s June 1992

marked "f

where

are "and interest" except

New York Ontario & Western—

Ohio

BOND8

RAILBOAD

80

■

mrn —

71
50

m

BONDS

RAILROAD

Bonds and Stocks.

tiia

Union Pacific—
l»t ry & land gr 4s g 1947—J&J
1st & ref 4s June 2008
M&S

99

1st & ref 5s June 2 2008--M&S

40-year 4^s 1967
40-year 4s 1968
Ed tr 4 %• '31-'38 (yr)

J&J
..J&D
M&N

101
92 %
4.10

Eq4J4sSept 15'31-'39-M&S15

4.10
4.10

Eq tr 5s 193K37 (yr)
M&S
Eq tr 7s 1931-'35 (yr)
J&D
Union Terminal Oo (Dallas)—
1st g 5s 1942 opt 1922
A&O

United NJRR&Oanal Co—
General gold 4s 1944
M&S
Gen 1st g 3Hs Mar 1 '51-M&S
Utah Fuel—See Ind & Misc.
Utah & Northern—
^

112%

*93 %

Cong 4s 1955 series A

Series B 1957

„

Vera Cruz & Pacific RR—
1st gold 4%a 1934 opt

July 1924coupon

Preferred
100
Beech Creek (guar N Y O)—--50 d
Belgian Nat Rys Co
American

1st

98%
88%

99M

98%
102 %

M&N

98

98%
98%

J&J

4

5%

Vicksburg Bdge & Term Go—
lstMsf6a 1958.
-M&S
Vicksburg Shreveport & Pacific—

„

Pr lien 6s *15 ext 5% *40—M&N

69

1st M gold 5s 1962 opt—M&N
1st m 4%s 1962 ser B„_M&N

lOQVs
98%

107

99%
108%
102%

Wabash RR—1st g 5s 1939.M&N
103
2d gold 5s 1939
101
.—.F&A
Deb mtge 6s series B 1939-J&0 '
1st lien term gold 4s 1954-J&J
86"
Ref & gen 5^a 1975 A—M&S
94^

87"
97

Toledo & Chic 4s g 1941—M&S

102

90M

%
87%
92

g *41.A&O

Ref & gen 5^1976 ser B__F&A
Ref& gen 43^s 1978 ser O.A&O

9o
89

74

Washington Oo Ry 1st g guar
3%s Jan 1954 op 1924
J&J
Wash Term Oo-3^s 1945-F&A

93

76

77%
92%

91%
95%

F&A

1947
West Jersey & Sea Shore—
Consol gold 4s 1936
g

J&J

95

90 %

1st M 5s 1946 series A

91

104 %

103%
96%

90

Eq tr 5%a 1931-38 (yr)—J&D
West Ry of Ala 1st 4Ms "58 A&O

4.55

4.30%

West Shore 1st 4s 2361
J&J
W Side Belt 1st g 5s 1937-M&S
W Va & Pitts 1st 4s g 1990--A&O

92%

92%

§5"

92"

90M
95%
100%

Ref gold 5s series B 1966-M&S

95%

Wheeling Terra 4s 1940
F&A
White & Black River Valley—
1st 5s 1980
J&J
Wichita Falls & Northwestern—
1st 5s Jan 1939
J&J
1st & ref g 5s 1940 opt
J&J
Wichita Union Terminal Ry—
lstggu 4Mb 1941 opt
M&N
Wilkes & E 1st g 5s 1942—J&D
W111& S F 1st 5s g 1938
J&D
Wllm & Newb 4s 1947
F&A
Wilm & Nor 1st 5s 1927 extended
at 4M% to 1977
J&D
Gen g 5s Aug 1 1932
Q-F
Wll & Wei gen g 5s 1935—
J&J
Gen mtge g 4s 1935
J&J
Winston-Salem Southbound—
1st gold guar 4s I960—... J&d
Winston-Salem Terminal Oo—
1st M gold 5s 1966
A&O
Wis Cent Ry—1st M g 4s '49 J&J
1st & ref 4t 1959
A&O
Marshfield & South East Div
pur mon 1st g 4s 1951--M&N
Sup & Dul Div 4s 1936-.-M&N
Wor Nashua & Roch 4-5s 1945
4s Oct 1 1934
A&O
Yosemite Val s f g 5s 1936--J&J

47

47
49

9%
35%
111%

common

100

57

100
100
100

100

Preferred

109

100

68
50 <1
106
100
100

44H
102%

52

Consol RRs of Cuba pref

101
96

94%

50 d
25 d

P

70"

75"

104
96

mm

~

m

74

50
50

.

::::

Pitts Cine Ohlc & St Louis...100
Pitts Ft W & Chic com (gu).. 100

Par

Ala Great Southern comPreferred

50 d
50 d
Alabama Tenn & Nor com....100
Preferred
100
Alabama & Vicksburg
117
100
m

m

s

100

58

175

138%
76

43%

15

mmmm

%
%

50 d
50 d
50 d
100

%
1
66
46
65

62
42

62

27

27%
39

75

80

100

90

(gu D & H)—100

85

Clint
pref

St Louis

Bridge 1st pref..

100
100

dt Louis-San Francisco

6% preferred

——

15
110

225"

235"

-

Preferred

48"

100

30

100

62%

63%

22

22%

d

__

75

60

2
mm

Albany & Susquehanna (guar) 100
208
9
Alleghany Oorp
(t) d
Pref (with $30 warrants)...100
47
Pref (with $40 warrants)
100
45%
Pref without warrants

$40 warrants
Allegheny & West (guar.)
Ann Arbor common.—.
Preferred
-

Atch Top & Santa Fe
Preferred

100

24%

55

58

Troy & Gr'bush (gu N Y O)—

100
100

223

9%
48%
48

46%

100
100
100
100
100

184%
106%

98

Preferred

185%
107%

ser

(f

K O St L & Ohio—Pref
(gu)-.lOO
Kansas City Southern
100

Pr eferr ed100

185

Lackawanna RR of N J

140

Lehigh Valley

107%

Preferred
Little Miami original guar
Spec guar betterment stk..

88*
78

50

d

61

116

100

183H

Utlca Chen &

69%
101

73%

Susq Val (gu).100
Utica Clinton & Binghamton.100
Valley RR (N Y) (guar)
100
Vermont & Mass (guar)
100
Vicksb Shrevep & Pac com_ —100
Preferred...

...—...

13

10%
10%
50%
148%

100

15"

100

30

100

28

118

122

66

i

Preferred B

80

100

23

50
Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry....100
Prior lien stock 7%
100
Preferred 6%
100

59

...

37

39%

x

57
85

89

Western Pacific RR Oorp
Preferred

54

55

West Jersey & Sea Sh—Com.

...

50 d 100
45
50 d

47

15

10C
100
100

1st preferred

3

50 d

70

lio"

Warren N J (guar D L & W)_ 50
Western Maryland Ry com..10'#

155

60

104

118

100

Wabash Railway
Preferred A

51

118

116
25

Com vot tr certificates

22

112

85%
225

—100

Virginian Railway com

%

100
5C d
...

100
100

Preferred
-100
United N J RR & Oanal (gu).100

75

69

100 %

A..100

100
Stk tr ctfs—See RR Securs Co.
Int & Great North
Ry v t c
100
luternat Rys (Cent Am) com. (t d
Com vot trust ctfs
d

102

42

I.1.

50 d

100

Non-cumul 6% pref
Leased linos (guar)

2d preferred

15

11%

85

90"

102

,f Lb is price lueiudes accrued interest,




50 -

v t c

Illinois Central

50%

Tunnel RR of St Louis

41~

100
v t c.

100

Union Pacific—Common.

Preferred
100
Iowa Central
-.100
Joliet & Chic (guar O & A)... 100
Kal Allegan & Gr Rap
(gu)
100

116

Augusta & Savannah (guar).. 100

Basis.

5

Manhattan

73%

....

20%

Preferred

45

69
Mob & Ohio stk tr ctfs
100
101
Southwestern of Ga (guar) —100
Tennessee Central Ry com—(t) d

22

Huntlngd & Broad Top

95%

100

100

120

d

Atlanta Birm & Coast pref
99
100
Atlan & Char Air L (guar)
175
100
Atlanta & West Point
120
100
Atlantic Coast L Go of Conn. .50 d 100
Atlantic Coast L RR com
96
100
Atlantic 1st leased lines rent tr
Id 74

0

95

50

100

100

100

i*
d

100

Southern Pacific Co

Convertible preferred
Texas & Pacific

100

35
115

100
100
100

•

outhern Ry common..
Preferred

100

57
23

—100

haroa

100

37%

100

Preferred

iaratoga & Schenectady (gu)
lea board Air Line com mon.

105

57

100
100

Ry

it Louis Southwestern

"1%

%
mimmm

25%
116

100

2nd preferred

65

100

Railroad Securities Oo—

Rutland

38%

151

51
4% 111 Cent stk ctf 1952—1000
d
75
Reading Company
50
d
44%
1st preferred
50
d
43%
2d preferred
50
147
Rensselaer & Saratoga (guar),. 100
160
Rich Fred & Potom—Com...100
160
Dividend obligations
..100
180
6% guaranteed
100
200
7% guaranteed
100
Roch & Genesee Val RR

38 %

50 d
50 d

common.

Rome &

32

Georgia RR & Bank Oo (gu)_. 100
Georgia Southern & Florida. .100

85

s

133"

Pitts Youngst & Asht pref—100
Prov & Worcester (guar)
100

100

.100

Preferred

RAILROAD STOCKS.

5

52

60%

Prior preferred..
100
70M
Phila Germ & Norrls (guar)— 50 d 129
220
Pnila & Trenton (gu Pa RR)_100
d
32
Pittsburgh Bess & Lake Erie.. 50
d
65
Preferred

Hocking Valley—Common

*

133

100

Hartford & Conn Western

J&J

55%
6M

(t)

Hudson &

2d 5s 1936

23

Pittsb & West Va

34

par)

75

50

97

175

86

100

Greon Bay & Western
Gulf Mobile & North com

100

41%

m

120

..100

2d preferred
Great Northern Ry—Pref
Ore certificates
(no

88

140

d

155^
Preferred (guar Penn RK)._ 100
d 105%
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie
50
50
Pittsb McK& Yough (guar)— 50 d

m

75

100

1st preferred

d
x

50

«

40

100

Preferred

50^
61
d 104

,

73
8

Wayne & Jack pref (guar). 100
Georgia & Florida com
100

59%

m,

32

Ft

44

108

60
Ogden Mine RR (gu Cn N J) .100
Old Colony (gu NYNH&H)—100 x 136
/dl20
Ontario & Quebec.
100
d
87
Oswego & Syrac (gu D L & W) 50

Preferred

48

(t) d 100

100
100

Preferred

89%

Peoria & Bureau Val (guar)—100
Peoria & Eastern
100
Pere Marquett8 Ry com
100

62

100

1st preferred

50

140
X

Pennsylvania RR
Pennroad Corp v t c

37

137

100

2d preferred
Erie & Kalamazoo (guar)
Erie& Pitts (guar Pa RR)
Fonda Johns & Glov com

6
92

Paterson & Ramapo

82

1100

;.

Northern Securities Co stubs
North Pennsylv (gu P & R)__

Passaic & Del Ext

lio"

Dayton & Mich com (guar)
50 d 40
95
Preferred (guar OH&D)
50 d
170
Delaware & Bound Br (guar). 100

Preferred
-i
Duluth South Shore & Atl
Preferred
East Penna (guar P&R)

6%
198%

41"

»

Delaware & Hudson Co
Delaware Lack & Western
Delaware
Denv & Rio Gr West pref
Denver & Salt Lake
Detroit Hills & S W (guar)
Detroit & Mackinac

100
100

Paterson & Hudson River

295
110-

9

Pr8f0fr6(i
Cuba RR preferred

7%
100

Ry
100
Adjustment preferred
100
No Carolina (guar So RR). .100
Northern Cent (guar Pa RR). 50
North'n N H (guar B & M)__100
Northern Pacific Ry
100
North RR of N J (guar Erie).100

Norwich & Worcester pref—100

60

101
101

36

116
57%
101

56%

Erie—Common
99
100

6%
9%

50 d 115
104
100
34
100
3
100

Elmira & W'msport (guar)
Preferred (guar Nor Cent).

93

60

115

100

%
%
135

Norfolk & Western

90

107%
100
Cleve & Pitts (guar Pa RR).. 50 d
80%
Bettermt stk (guar Pa RR) 50 d
45%
37
Colorado & Southern
100
60
1st preferred
100
Columbus & Xenla (guar)
Conn & Pass Riv pref

Orleans Great North
Orl Texas & Mexico

Y Ontario & Western
Norfolk Southern

90

If
285"

100

100
100
100
100
100

Northern

N

6%
23%

6

7% preferred
6% preferred
Chicago St Paul Minn & O

Chic R I & Pacific

London

1%

1%
3

55

100

New
New
New
New

1

45

4\%

%

100

72
36

109
York Central RR
Dividond payable In London.. Will
70
N Y Chic & St Louis com
100
84
6% preferred
100
d 185
N Y & Harlem com (gu)
50
d
Preferred
50
108
N Y Lack & West (guar)
100
82%
N Y New Haven & Harfcf
100
117
7% preferred
100

216

6%

Cripple Creek Central

Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—

2d preferred

101%

45

22*
70

2d preferred

88%

1st consol gold 4s 1949—M&S
RefM 4 Ms series A 1966.M&S

98%
45

100

—-

M&S

80

94

■

81%

41

90

Preferred
100
Chic Ind & Loulsv common—100
Preferred
.100
Chic Milw St P & Pacific-

Cleve Cine Chicago & St L
Preferred

81

Income g 5a Apr 1943—-Nov 1 /
Western Pacific RR Oorp—

x

85%

50
100

_

25

Cine Sandusky & Cleve pref
Cln Union Term 5% pref

97

series B 1936—J&J

West Maryland 4s 1952
A&O
1st & ref 5Ms 1977 ser A-J&J
West N Y & Penna 5s 1937--J&J
Gen mtge gold 4s 1943
A&O

x

Cine New Orl & Texas Pacific. 100

96%

F&A

d
Nashv & Decatur (gu L & N)
25
National Rys of Mex 1st pref. 100

100

Preferred

87

70

65

Morris & Essex (guar)

15

Chicago & North Western

29%

60%

,

Common...... ..........—(t) d
Preferred
100

18%
75

Mobile & Ohio—See Southern Rj

100

com

100

Nashv Chatt & St Louis

mm

Chic & East Illinois

Chicago Great West

7%
10

43

29

190

Preferred

57%

40
25

100
100

common.

d

...

"7%

,z*
10

Certificates of deposit
Chicago Burl & Quincy

—

Preferred

43^s

.Cons 3 %a

100

30

Mo-Kan-Tex RR com—.(no par)
Preferred
100
Missouri Pacific com—
100
Preferred
100
Mobile & Blrrn pref (guar)
100

k Last sale.

I In London,

n

Nominal.

sSale price,

u

HJx-ri«ht».

f No par value

Ask.

45
mmmm

101

95%
850
51

63
84

mmmm

'm

m

mm

mm

d

100
100

4% leased line ctfs

Mississippi Central
....

1

Washington & Vandemere—
1st

Preferred-

100

83

88 %

Wash Cent 4s Mar 1948
Q-M
Wash & Oolum Riv4s
1935—J&J

75%
87%

so"

....

50

50
Minneapolis & St Louis
100
Minneapolis St P & S S M—100

....

Cayuga & Susq (gu D L & W). 30 d 46
202
Central of New Jersey-100
Chesapeake Corp
(t) d 44
Chesapeake & Ohio common...25 d 40 %
6% % cum pref Ser A
100
1%
Chicago & Alton RR
.100
Certificates of deposit
%
.100

89

Ref & gen 5s 1980 ser D—A&O
Warren 1st refg3>$s2000—F&A

1st gold 4s 1945 guar

4.10%
4.20%

106%

80

100
95"
100
1025
100
d
40
50
-

105%

86%
100
d 750
60
d
48
50
a:
61
100
100

Preferred
Minehill& Schuyl Hav (gu)._

—25 d 40%
100 Id 78

Preferred

4.60
Eq tr 6s 1932-'35 (year)_J&Jl5 5
4.40
Eqtr4Hs 1932-42 (yr)—A&O 6
Det & Chic ext 1st g os *41 .J&J
101
Des M Div 1st g 4s 1939--J&J
88

Ry—

122%

25 d

Common stamped 5%

100

J&J
A&O

Preferred

—-

Preferred

—

Maryland & Pennsylvania
Massawippi Valley Ry
Michigan Central
Midland Valley com

70

100

Mahoning Coal RR
Pref (guar LS&MS)
Maine Central

60

81%

Catawissa RR—1st pref (guar) .50 d
2d pref (guar P & R)
50 d

Virginian Railway—

81

94

Boston Rev Beach & Lynn—100
Brunswick Ter & Ry Sec Co—(t) d

-100

Louisville & Nashville..

185

x
69
stamped
stamped— — 3 110
Z100
stamped-.—x 138
stamped
1st preferred E stamped
x
Preferred stamped
61%
Bost & Prov (guar Old Col)—100 x 178

100M
100

79%
183

Bid.

Par.

43
Lit Schuyl Nav RR & Coal(gu) 50 d
118
Louis & Mo Rlv pref (guar)..100
n
99
Loulsv Hend & St L

pref

43%

1st preferred O
1st preferred D

66

102 M

41%

x

Caro Cllnchfield & O com 4%-100

Gen 5s May 1 1941
M&N
Virginia Mid gen 5s 1936-.M&N

59
112

110

x

x

Canadian Pacific

61

79%

58%

x

1st
Prior pref
1st preferred A
1st preferred B

Camden & Burl Co (guar)
Canada Southern

95%

79

x

unstamped. 100
unstamped. 100
unstamped. 100
preferred D unstamped-100
preferred E unstamped-100

Buffalo Roch & Pittsburgh—100
Preferred
100

_

Stock*.

74

55

1st preferred A
1st preferred B
1st preferred C

on

tr7OmahaDiv 1st 3,^s
Wabash

partic pref... d
N Y O) -. 100

Boston & Maine com (stpd) —100

102

101M

July 1913 coupon off
1st gold 4%b 1934
assenting—_
Vermont Vail 1st 4Hs 1940-A&O

-

shares

Boston & Alb (guar

4%

.F&A

Va & Southwest 5s 2003
1st cons g 6s 1958

J

50 d

a

1st 7s *08 ext at 4% to *33-J&J

Utlca Clin & Bing 5s 1939 —J&J
Vandalla RR—

Preferred

Bangor Aroostook com..

4.20

„

„

95%

and defaulted bonds.

Ask

73%

100
100

Bait & Ohio—Common

81

STOCKS

"f" and Income

ma

Stocks.

Ask.

95 %
111 %

AND

riSarked

BOTIOK.—All bond prleoa aro "and interest" exoept where

mm

59%

marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds.

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and Interest" except where

Etooks and Bonds.

Par.

Bid.
Per

6

8

Series E
Aldred Invest Tr 434 s Dec

434s 1968

9X4
79

75
58

1967—

-

All America Investors Oorp A—
Alliance Investment Oorp
(+)
Allied Int Investing Oorp com.(t)

"9K

9

S3 convertible preferred
American British & Oont com.(t)

27

Class B

6§>
jfclo

~6"

t

Granger Trading Corp.—
Greenway Corp com

29

50

20

(t)

com

38

.

Insuranshares

Basic Industry Shares....

Selected Industries

-

British Type Investors
Capital Administration cl A
Class Bi
6% cum pref ser A

Insull Utility Invest com

Shawmut Bank Inv Trust

(t)

50
6s series A 1953 with warrants

84

Without warrants

Internat

24
4

Cent Nat Oorp class A
Glass B
Chain Store Shareowners (Ohic)
Chain & Gen'l Equities Inc

52

18 %

"~~34

Standard

Corporations..
Standard Holding Corp cl A..(t)
Standard Investing Corp com.(t)
$5.50 preferred
....—(+)
Deb 5s Mar 1 1937 with warr—

1734
IK

8634
80 K

76""

77

Deb 534s 1939
F&A
Standard Oilstocks Trust Shs

Securities Tr of Amer—

91

78

Sterling

12

14

Common

100

58

65

$1.20 preferred
$3

7}

com.,

(t)

734

100

36

37

100

43

4434
6%

1034
95

41

Mohawk Investing Corp
Mutual Investment Trust

10

40

106
42

7% preferred
;
100
Cumulative Trust Shares
Deposited Bank & Tr Shs ser N Y
Deposited Bank Shs ser B-l._
Deposited Insur Shs ser A
Deposited Bank Shs N Y ser A

98

10034

?

:

734
6%

734
m
7%

Nat'l Short Term Sec com A__

II?

B shares

6

B shares

W
63

4

64 %

Deb 58 1954 with warr M&S 15
Elec Shareholdings Oorp com.(t)

5
65

15%
8034

(f)

16

26

2734
6834

65 34

Units

k Last sales,

s

(t)

2%
6%
6

8%

Niagara Snare Oorp (Md)
Conv deb 534s 1950
M&N
North & South Amer Oorp cl A(t)

97

8%
%
5%
334

Class B

North American Trust shares

No Am Utility Securities com (t)

21

Old Colony Invest Trust cora.(t)
Debenture 4%, a Feb 1 1947

80

10

t New stock,

734
44
2

8%
934
98

x

—

4

25

-

Ex-dividend.

10 K
93 34

5%
7%
434
5%
634
634
6

Twentieth Century Fixed Tr
Two-Year Tr shares-.

2334

..

634

—

United Founders common

(t)

10c
llo

1234

__

United Insur Trust.._

10

U S & British Internat class A_(
j"A."(t)

12

134
37%

Preferred
Deb g 5s 1948
U S Elec Light & Pow tr
Trust ctfs ser B

M&N
ctf A

U S Elec Pow Oorp com w
Warrants.*----

U S &

Foreign~Secur"i"ties

war(f)

com_(t)

(t)

U S Overseas com with war—(t;
Certificates of deposit

Universal Trust Shares
Utilities Hydro & Rails Shares—

Utility Equities Corp com...(t)
$5.50 priority stock

12
— — —

Series B

Trust Shares of America

United Fixed Shares

2334

48H

Trustee Standard Oil shares A—

$6 1st preferred

1034
134
634

80

Dec 15 1952.

~

Class B

12 34

7

(t)

(f)
100

Corp....

l-70th
United Bank Trust.

1734

41
1%
834

50

New Jersey Bankers Securities..
N Y Bank & Trust Shares

Debenture 4 34 s

134

1134

Nationwide Sec Co tr ctf B

Price per share, not per cent

834
634
35

17

(t)

Oil Shares units

"

Equity Invest Oorp com..^..«.

634
534

7

5%

Investors..—

6% cum pref
Warrants

ClassD
—

39

734
634

Trustee Stand Invest ser O

—

434
234
834

1134
1034

Trusteed Amer. Bank shares—

49

"634

National Trust Shares
New Bedford Invest Trust

Eastern Utilities Investing Oorp—

(t)

Investors

;

—

6

Mutual Management com
Nat Industries Shares A
National

—

47

...

8

34

Devonshire Investing
........
Diversified Trustee Shares A

13a

Metal & Mining Shares com—(f)
'

104

Investors

42 K

6

..

8% preferred

45

734
534
534
734
534
3234

Major Shares Corp
Massachusetts

10

35

—

17%

100

2

...—

C

11%
4334

42

Low-Priced Shares

17

(+)
60

Glass D

Leaders of Industry—Series A
Series B
Series

...

1st pf

Class C

TrI-Contlnental

70 34

5%

69

i—(t)

A.

B

conv

Third National

—

(t)

cum

com

Class B

7%

(f)

Sec

Super Corp of Amer class A

13

Jackson & Curtis Sec Oorp pref—
Joint investors class A—
(t)
Convertible preferred
50

Corporate Trust shares
Corporation Secur Co of Chicago
Common
(f)

5%

State Tr Invest Corp..

(t)

85

8534

"634

Class B

79

Investors Trustee Shares
Jackson & Curtis Invest Trust—

70 %

15

Standard Oil Trust shares A

90

ll"
55
85

Ex-warrants

—

27
25

7%
9%

Standard Ooll Trust shares

Deb 5s ser B 1948 with warr..

21
50

Without warrants..

pref with warr

19"

Standard Amer. Tr. shares...

Without warrants

Debenture 5s May 1 1942

Common A

90

16""

(t)

Investors Equity common
Debenture 5s series A 1947

_

Continental Metro po 1 Corp..
Continental Secur Corp com..(t)
Preferred
100

89

J&D

Invest Trust Associates

1

Colonial Investors shares
Consolidated Trust Shares

Crum & Forster Insursh B

Common B

$3 preferred allot certificates..
Spencer Trask Fund Tnc
.(t)

Investment Trust of N Y coll A—

79

50
-_(t)
(t)

Common A

(t)

7% preferred

1434

(t)

preferred

Southern Bond & Share—

100
100

Invest Fund of N J

Chartered Investors
Preferred
Chelsea Exchange Oorp cl A_____

1952

Secured gold 5s 1943
Investment Corp of Am com..(t)

1534
3 %

634% pref

1952

6s with warrants

Secured gold 6s 1933
Secured gold 6s 1943
Secured gold 5s 1933

Chain Store Invest Corp new....
Preferred

Credit Alliance class A ctf dep
Crum & Forster Inc B

A

Debenture 5s 1947

_

Continental Shares
Preferred B
Convertible preferred..;

com

(t)
1942

Shenandoah Corp common
Convertible

Internat Germanic Trust

Corp of Am

673
s

s

5s

(t)

634 % preferred
6% preferred
Allotment certificates

4

x

434 s

10

Common B

7!

Selected Management Trustee sh_
Shawmut Association
—(t)1x

Deb g 5s Jan 1949.
F&A
Deb g 6s 1940 B with war..J&J
intercontinental Inv 6% units—
int Sec

6

.1

com._____(t)!

Prior preferred
Allotment ctfs (unstamped)
Allotment ctfs (stamped)

Ctfs

Insurance Securities Co

734
6 34
8%
634
13 %
334
33

Beacon Participations Inc A




preferred
6% preferred

$6 pref 2d ser with warr
ft
$5.50 pr pref without warr.. (t>

.

5H

(t

Selected Amer shares.
Selected Income shares

(t)
Insuranshares & Gen Mgnt—_

4

unit ctfsff

.....

$7 first

(t)

30

Banklnstocks Holding Oorp
(
Bankstocks Oorp of Md cl A_. (t)
Glass B
10
Preferred
_50
Bansicilla Corp

value,

Preferred

(t)

com

24

(

par

Second Nat Inv Corp
Common

Securities Corp General com..(

31

Oorp

,

6% preferred units
Royalties Management A.....
Second Int Sec Corp A com., (t)
B com
(t)
6% preferred
.50

Insuranshares of Delaware A—(t)

434

(t

Bankers Nat Investing com A (
Bankers Sec Oorp of Am

t No

Representative Trust Shs

Indus & Power Securities Co—(t)

Preferred
Aviation Sec Oorp ofNE

Aft)
(t)

Research Invest common

Hydro Elec Sec com
-(f)
5% preferred class B
10
Incorporated Investors
(+)
Incorporated Investors EquitiesIndependence Trust Shares— (t)

17

com

Preferred

Debenture 5s series A 1948
Gude Winmill Corp
...—-—

6 H

...

conv

.....

....

7

(t)

w

....(t)

$3 preferred

10

!6 preferred——"—
units
......

"4

-

com
with warrants

Warrants...
Reliance Internat Corp
Common B

...(t)

Convertible preferred
Preferred

—

-

.

Utility Holding

Common

Pref. allot, ctf. 25% 1st pref...
Globe Underwriters Exchange, (t)

Scrip

$6

Public

(t)

51

j

-

Preferred (with warrants) —100
Deb 5s Feb 1 1952 without warr
General American Shares class A.
General Equities class A

Guardian Investors

...

WoffQ Tltfl

—

Preferred
Guardian Investment

J&J

Debenture 5s 1948
Petroleum Trading Oorp A

Power & Rail Trustee shares
I
Public Service Tr shs ser A.....

Fundamental Trust shares A
Class B
(t)
General American Investors—(t)

"13c".
8c.

434

Power & Light Securities Trust (t)

Fourth Nat'l Investors w w_..(t)
Warrants

45""

IK
37%
7 34
5 34

(t)

Class B

—

$6 pref with warr
German Credit & Invest.

r

33

Corp 1st pf_100
Second preferred
(t)

Phoenix Sec Corp
Preferred

—

"4 %

15

A

Preferred
Associated Stand. OilShs
Atlantic & Pac Int com w
Preferred w w...
Units

Bancomlt

IK
834

85

c

Atlantic Securities
Warrants

v

Ask.
share.

Pacific Investing

General Public Service com
(t)
$6 first preferred
—it)
Gen'l Realty & Utlities com..(t)

5c

v

First Amer Corp com
First Invest Co of n h
Fixed Trust Oil Shares
Fixed Trust Shares series A
Series B

AH

170ths

B

.34

......10
-(t)
pref A(t)

30

8c.

Amer Insuranstocks Oorp
Amer Invest Trust Shares

15"

12

...

15

46
80

S3 preferred

Old Colony Trust Associates—
1st serial trust shares
(t)

4H

Overseas Securities

383

40*

..50
50

Amer & Gen Sec com class A_
Common class B

Class

Preferred
Financial Investing n y

Bid.

Par.

Per

5k

S3

—

Stocks and Bonds.

Ask.

share.

.....

~434

140ths

Amer & Overseas pref.
Amer. Util. & Gen'l Oorp

New units.....

29

.................

6% preferred
7% preferred
Convertible preferred

65

Equity Trust Shares A
Federated Capital Corp com

8
14
7

American European Secur..
(t)
Ooll tr • f 5s 1958 ser A
J&J
Amer Founders Oorp common

Bid.
Per

37%

Amer. Composit Trust Shares—

'

29

s

(t)
100

Class B
(f)
American & Continental Oorp

4

5
s

(+

...

Amer Cities Pow & Lt cl A

Warrants...

73

71

.....—.—

S3 preferred
15.50 prior pref...

8

6

(6 preferred-.„._—.—.—(T)
Deb g 5s 1953—.
-F&A
Amer. Capital Oorp A

Par.

share

5

ABO Trust shares, Series D

Stocks and Bonds.

Ask.

75

313
73
63

68

Public Utilities
(Includes street and electric railways, gas, electric, power, water, telegraph, telephone and bridge companies.)

HOTS OSS.—All bond prleos art

Bonds.

Bid.

"and Interest" except where markod "f" and Income and defaulted bonds.

Bonds.

Ask.

Electric Oo (Italy)—
Extl ■ f 7s 1952
-[.A&O
Alabama Power 1st 5s 1946 _M&S
1st & ref 5s 1951
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956
M&N
lst&ref 4%s 1967
r 1st & ref 5s 1968

98%
104%
102%

m

J&D
M&S

Alabama Water Service Oo—
1st M 5s 1957 serA
J&J
Albany Ry—See United Trac
Alleg Bellev & P—See Phlla Oo

73

62

64
42

86

Berlin Oity Elect 6 %s 1951
J&D
Sink fund deb 6%s 1959-.F&A

69

o

78

66

68

84%
99%

84%
99%

75

77
87%

69

M&S
M&N

Sec deb 5s 1953
M&N
Secured deb 6s 1939
J&D
American Natural Gas Oorp—
Deb 6%s 1942 with war—A&O
Am Pow & L deb 6s 2016
M&S
Amer Rys coll tr 5s 1931
F&A
Amer States Public Serv—

86%

Binghamton

75

78
70%

69%
102%
106%
108

106%
108%

Deb 5%s Nov 1 1943—M&N
Oonv deb 4%s 1939
J&J
35-yr deb 5s 1965
F&A
American Utilities Oo—

109%

110

107%

107%

-

1?5

1st lien & ref 6s 1945....-J&D
Deb 6%s 1941
M&N

Amer W W & El 5s 1934
Deb 6s 1975 Ser A

Deb 5s 1975

ser

B

78
68

A&O
M&N
,

82

70

103

103%
104%
91%

103%
90%

J&D

100

102

99

100

Androscoggin Elec Co—
1st & rei 5s 1934

A&O

Appalachian Elec Power—
M&N

1st & ref 5s 1956

102%

Appalachian Power 5s 1941 J&D
7% gold bonds 1936—-F&A
Deb gold 6s 2024

H M ©GO©

J&J

Appalachian Gas Oorp—
Oonv deb 6s 1945 ser A-.M&S
Oonv deb 6s 1945 ser B—M&S
Ardmore St Ry—See Pbila Co

5s March

91%

1st & ref 5s 1954 Ser A—M&S

95

99%

95

97

98

Ashland

5%s 1938

95
92

86

g*

71

70

76%
76%
71%

A&O
F&A

72"

69%

-

Associated Pub

101

91%

Oonv deb 4 %s '48 with warM&S
Without warrants.—.
Oonv deb 4%s 194y
J&J 15

Cons ref deb 5s 1968
Oonv deb 5s 1950

>

94

48

76%
76%
72%

Utilities Oorp—

1st lien 5s 1947 ser A
Assoc Telep Util 5s 1942
Oonv deb 6s 1941

J&J
A&O

65

67

78

80

M&S

90

91%

92%
92%

A
M&N
Atchison Ry, Light & Power—

88

88%

M&N

98

Oonv deb 5 Ha 1944 ser O.M&N

Associated Telep & Teleg Oo—
Deb 5%s 1955 ser
1st 5s Nov 1935

Athens (Ga) Ry & Electric—
1st &ref s f g 5s '50 opt '15 J&J
Atl Cons St RR—See Ga Ry & El
Atlanta Gas L 5s g 1947
J&D
Atlanta Nor Ry—See Ga Ry & El

100

Atlantic City El 5s 1938
1st & ref 5 %s 1954
1st & ref 5s 1956

100

M&S
M&N

103

104%

A&O

103

Atlantic City (N J) Gas—
1st g 5s Jan 1 I960 opt '20- J&J
A
ant c Co Wat 5s '58—AM&S

103%
93

Atlantic Pub Serv Oorp—
1st lien 5 %s 1953 ser A—F&A
Deb 6s 1943
F&A
_

47

Aurora Elgin & Chicago RR—
1st & ref g 5s 1946 opt
J&J
A E & O Ry 1st g 5s '41 A&O 15
Bait & Ann S L—See Md El Ry

73""

B Sp Pt & Ohea—See Un Ry & El
Bait Traction—See Un Ry & El

Bangor Hydro Elec 5%s '49-M&S
1st lien & ref 5s 1955
Bangor (Me) Pow 5s 1931..M&S
Bangor Ry & El 1st 5s '35—J&J
Baton Rouge Electric Oo—
1st mtge 5%s 1954
J&D
Bear Mt Hud Riv Bdge Oo—
1st 7s 1953--.
A&O
Deb 8s 1953
—A&O

100
....

f 6s 1968 ser A

J&J

101%

6%% notes 1932
F&A
Brooklyn Rap Trans 5s 1945 A&O
Eqult Trust ctfs of deposit
1st ref gold 4s 2002
J&J
3-year 7% notes 1921
J&J
Cent Un Tr temp ctfs dep.
Temp ctfs dep stamped—
Bklyn Bath & WE5s '33—A&O
Brooklyn Queens Co & Sub—
1st m g 5s 1941 (stpd)—J&J
1st con 5s July '41(stp)M&N
Bklyn Un Elev 5s 1950—F&A
Stamped guaranteed
Kings Co El 1st 4s 1949—F&A
Stamped guaranteed
Nassau Elec 1st 5s 1944-—A&O
1st gold 4s Jan 1 1951-J&J
Bklyn Un Gas 1st cons5sg'45M&N
1st lien & ref 6s '47 ser A.M&N
Oonv deb 5%s 1936
J&J
Deb 5s 1950
J&D
Brownsville Ave—See Phila Oo

101%
/ 95
/ 95
/ 85
/ 105
/105
f 105

s

1st ref 5s April 1 1939

Gen & ref 5s 1956
-...

104

67%

ser

1st gold 5s 1942Buffalo Ry—See Internat

90
90

Chic Dist Elec

53

Pur

ser

A Feb '27

f This price includes accrued interest,

mon




n

Nominal

....

66%

_

J&J

f27
27
30
30

May

15%
15%

76

104

ser

A

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—
1st M 4s 1968 series A
A&O
CIn Newport & Gov L & T—

25

94
104

1st ref 6s 1947 series A

J&J

98

5%s Apr 15,'52 ser AA&O
1st 6s 1955 ser B
A&O
Cicero Gas gen & ref 5s 1932 .J&J
Cities Serv deb 5s Jan *66—M&S
Deb g 5s Apr. 1958
A&O
Deb g 5s 1963 with warr.M&N

95"

J&J

So Gov & Oinc 6s 1932
Cincinnati Street Ry—

99%

86

1st

104

97%

101%
114%

m

Deb 5s 1969 with warr...M&S
Oonv deb 5s 1950
J&D
Cities Service Gas Oo—

106%

1942-M&N
Pipe Line Oo—
J&J

1st M pipeline 5 %s

Cities Service Gas

1st M pipe line 6s 1943

99"

Cities Service Power & Light
Deb 5%s 1952
-M&N

105

66
66

69%
85

5%s 1949
J&D
Gas (Indianapolis)—

69

78%
77%
86

82%
82

Citizens

1st & ref gold 5s 1942

Oitizens L

Canadian price

92

101%
73%

69%

Without warrant

100

64

r

67

J&J

1st & ref 6s 1953

....

64

k Last sale,

50

A&O

J&J

fl & P (Johnst'n, Pa)

1st g 5a 1934 opt 1914—-M&N
6 Basis,

t76*
95

Adjust deb 6s July 1963
Chippewa Power 6s 1947
J&D
Chris & 10th Sts RR—See NYRys

99

Certificates of deposit.

101%

Chicago Rapid Transit Oo—
1st & ref 6%s 1944
J&J

103

55"

M&S

AdJ inc 4s Feb 1927 opt
Certificates of doposit

70
3

Deb

98%
80

40%
41]
66]
66%

1935

4-5s Feb '27 opt
Certificates of deposit

102

95"

51

J&J

Certificates of deposit.
Series B Feb 1927
J&D
Certificates of deposit-

104%

104

f

5%s

Oons M 5s

104%

Deb gold 5%s 1942
A&O
Oalif Telep & Lt 1st 5s 1943. A&O
Calif Water Service 5s 1958-i
Oalumet Gas & Elec Oo—

90

M&S

6% notes 1932
A&O
Chicago Railways Oo—
1st M gold 5s 1927 opt_F&A
Otfs of deposit

155%

104

94

103

_A&0
Chic North Shore & Mllw RR—
1st mtge gold 5s 1936
J&J
1st & ref 6s 1955 ser A
J&J
1st & ref 5%s 1956
A&O

70

103%
104%

.

99%
99

Generating—

1st M 4%s 1970

Deb

104

96%

90

Chicago Oity & Connecting Ry
Coll tr s f g 5s Jan 1 1927-A&O
Certificates of deposit
Chicago Oity Ry 1st 5s '27-JiT&A
Certificates of deposit

265"

1st & ref 5 %s 1955 series O F&A

102

101%
101%

80

94

102%

O

1st 4%s 1958 series A
Ohic Aurora & Elgin RR—
1st & ref 6s 1951

107

85

101

73%

84

Chatt Rys 1st cons 5s '56-M&N
Ohes & Pot Tel of Va 5s '43-M&N
Chester Water Service Oo—

84%

109%
119%

_

100%

rr".""

65

102%

8£K

Charleston Cons Ry Gas & El
Consol gold 5s 1999
M&S
Chattanooga Ry & Light—
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op '16-.M&N

88%
89%
84%

105%

i55"
"ioo

—

82

F&A

80

Series B

Ry

Burlington (Vt) G L 5s 1955.J&J
104
Burlington (la) Ry & Light
1st s f gold 5s 1932 opt—M&S
104%
jfcler Water 5s 1957 A
A&O
94
Butte El&P 1st s f 5s *31-'51 J&D
Oalifornia Electric Generating—
51
1st s f g 5s *48 op aft '12..M&S
19
Calgary Power 1st 5s 1960—A&O
a
Oalifornia Gas & Elec Corp—
Oor
Gen & col tr s f g 5s 1933-M&S
77"
Unif &; ref g 5s '37 op sf-.M&N
Oal Oent Gas & El 5s '31.F&A
Oalifornia-Oregon Power—

90%
95%

Series

77
52

J&J
A—F&A

99

90

1st & ref 5s 1959 ser A
S&O
Central West Public Service Oo—
1st 1 coll 5%s 1956 ser A..M&N

97

83

Gen & ref 4%s 1981-——F&A
Buff & Nlag Falls El L & Power—

104

Cent

101

63

154"

103%

J&J

Central Traction—See Phila Oo
Oent Vermont Public Serv
Oorp—

88%

87%

D

Oonv deb 5s 1948
J&J
Deb 5%s 1954 with war M&S15
States Pow & Lt Corp—
1st M & 1st lien 5%s 1953-J&J

80

94

Brush Elec Oo 5s 1952
60
A&O
Buff & Erie Ry 1st 6%s 1954-J&J f
Buff Gen Elec 1st 5s 1939--F&A
104

103%

Atlanta Wat, El & Pr 5s 1943 J&J
Atlantic Ave RR—See Bkn R T

5s 1944

97%

10-yr s f 8%s 1934
M&N
99%
Bway & 7th AveRR—See NY Rys
Bway Surface RR—See N Y Rys
Bronx G & E 5s I960--J&J
102%
Brooklyn Borough Gas Oo—
1st m 5s Mar 6 1938
M&S
Gen & ref 5s 1967
l55"
F&A
& Bk
Bklyn Oity & New RR—See C
Bklyn Oity RR 1st 5s 1941—J&J
"—
Eq tr 5s '32-'35 ser A
J&J &
Brooklyn Edison Oo—
Gen m 5s ser A 1949
J&J
106%
Bklyn-Manhattan Transit Oorp

99%

85

F&A

m

ser

100
103

107

Central Ry—See Un Ry&El (Bait)
Central States Elec Corp—

104

93%

J&J
Arkansaw Water 1st 5s 1956-A&0

Oonv deb 5%s 1977
Oonv deb 6s 1999

99

J&D

1st

85

100

92

95%
91%

92

82

A&O

1st & gen 5s 1955

88%

77

99

90

1st & gen 5%s 1949 ser O.F&A
1st & gen 4%s 1957 ser E.J&D
Cent Ohio L & P 1st 5s 1950 A&O
Cent Pow 1st 5s, 1957. ser D J&J
Oent Pow & Lt 1st 5s 1950—F&A
Oent Pub Serv Oorp—
Conv deb 5 %s '49 with warF&A

92

Bridgeport Gas Lt 4s 1952--J&J
Bridgeport Hydraulic Oo—

95"

1st intge 6s 1953
J&J
Deb 6%s 1935
M&N
Arkansas P & L 1st 5s 1956-A&0
Arkansas Western Gas Oo—

Ashtabula Water 5s '56

1944

76

92%

M&N
M&S

100
933

1003

Cent Indiana Gas 5s 1931—M&S

i5S"

103 %

M&N

95
101

Ref mtge 5s 1957
M&S
Central Indiana Power Co—
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&J
Cent MainePr 5s '39 op '19 M&N
1st & gen 6s 1942 ser B___J&J

102

73
106

94

105%

M&S

1st mtge 4%s 1967 ser F—J&D
1st & ref 5s 1968 ser G—M&N

101%

112

100

Assoc Elect 4%s 1953
J&J
Associated Gas & Elec Co—

102

7s Sept 1947
M&S
4s Aug 1 1932
F&A
Brandenburg (Germany) El Pr—
Extl 1st s f 6s 1953
M&N

86%
67%

1st 1 & unlf 6a 1947 ser A_ M&N
Arkansas & Missouri Power—

(Wis) L & Pow St Ry
1st M gold 5s 1939
J&J

103

101

90
81

1st & ref 5s 1951
F&A
Oent ill Light 1st & ref 5s '43A&0
Central Illinois Public Service—
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser E-..M&N

mmmm

Bleecker St&FulFy—See

105%

67

1st 78 1939 with warr

1st & ref 5s Jan 1957
Cent Ills Elec & Gas Co—

'

100%
99%

105%

First lien coll tr 5%s '46—J&D
3-yr 5%% note 1933—F&A
Oent Hud Gas & Elec Oorp—

95%
99%

102

Mtge & col tr 5s '51 ser A_ A&O
NY Rys
Bloomlngton Dec & Champagne
1st & ref 5s 1940
M&N
Blue Lakes Wat 1st 6s '38--M&S
Boston Con Gas deb 5s '47--F&A
Boston Elev Ry 4s 1935—M&N
Deb g 4%s Oct 1 1937—A&O
Deb g 4%s Nov 1 1941-M&N
Deb g 58 Dec 1942
J&D

99%

Oent OroBst'n RR—See N Y Rys.
Oent Dist Telep 1st 5s *43—J&D

104

94%

101%

103%

88

Central Gas & Electric Oo—
First lien coll trust 6s '46-M&S

• a...

Broad River Power Co—

86%

Arizona Edison 1st 5s 1948—J&J
Arizona Pow 6s '33 opt '13.M&N

85

99

1st mtge 5s 1957 ser O
F&A
Blackstone Val G & E 5s '39-J&J

Annap & Chesapeake Bay Pow
1st 6s 1948
J&D
Ana & Pot R RR—See W Ry &E1

83

100%
103

103
r

Oorp—

Knox & Atl—See Phila Oo

West End St 5s 1932
5s May 1936—

53

80]
71]

1st 1 & coll tr 5s 1948 ser A F&A

Works

Gas

1st m 6s 1954 ser B——J&D

Amer Telep & Tel eg—
Oonv g 4s '36 conv aft '09-M&S
Coll trust 5s 1946
J&D
Deb sf 5s 1960
J&J

Y)

(N

1938.

Birmingham Ry Light & Power—
Gen ref g 4 Ha '54 op '09-- A&O
Birmingham Water Works Oo—
1st m 5%s 1954 ser A
A&O

85

77

99

85%
84%
78%

Binghamt'n Ry 5s *31 op '11M&N
Birmingham Elec Oo—
1st & ref 4%s 1968
-M&S
Birmingham Gas 1st 5s '59 -M&N

26%
107%

106%

5s

97
102

Cape Breton Elec Oo 5s '32-J&J
Capital Traction (Wash, D O)—

June 1 1947
J&D
109
' Oarbondale Ry 5s Nov 1933.-J&J
113% Carolina-Ga Service Oo—
6% % notes '32 with warr J&D
102
Carolina Mt Power 6s 1935-J&D
Carolina P & List 5s 1956—A&0
100
Cedar Rap Mfg & P 5s '63.-J&J
86% Central Arizona Light & Pow Oo
85
1st mtge 5s 1960
--J&D
79
Oent Ark Pub Serv

101

-A&O
Binghamton (N Y) L H & P—
1st ref 5s Feb 1946
A&O
1st

Birm

26

M&N
J&D

106%

112%

—A&O

Apr 1 1955

93%

Oanal&Olaib RR—See NO Ry&L
Canton-Akron Con Ry 5s '33 J&J
Canton Elec Oo 5s 1937
M&N

106
106

108%

A&O

Berlin Elec Elev & Underg Rys—
1st mtge s f 6%s 1956
A&O

70%
70%
78%

Bid

1st g 5s

Gas & Elec Oo—
5s 1937
M&S

Deb 6s

Deb g 5%s 1953
M&N
Oonv deb 6s 1940
M&S
Amer Elec Pow deb 6s *57 M&S 15
Amer & Foreign Power Oo—

45

106

1st g
Bellows Falls Hydro-Elec Corp—
1st mtge 5s 1958:
A&O

84

90
29

Beloit Water,

40

Bonds.
Oamden & Sub Ry—See P S Oorp
Oanada Nor Pow coll 5s '53-M&N
Canadian L & P 5s '49 op *14 J&J

88
25

105%
105%

1st mtge 5s 1960 ser O—M&N
Bell Telep Oo of Pennsylvania—
1st & ref 5s 1948 ser B——J&J

91

1st & ref 5s 1960 ser O

Deb 7s 1942
Altoona & Logan Val Elec Ry—
Oon g 4%s 1933 gu
F&A 15
Amer Commonwealths Power—
Deb g 6s 1952 ser A
--F&A

1st 1 5%s 1948 ser A
Deb 6s 1938

98%

68

Alton & St Louis Bridge Oo—
1st M s f 7s 1947
M&N

Deb g 58 2030

104

Ask.

40

r

Bell Telephone of Oanada—
1st g 5s 1955 ser A
—M&S
1st g 5s 1957 ser B
-J&D

89

Allegheny Gas Oorp 6 Ma'43 M&N

Amer G & E deb 5s 2028
Amer Gas & Power Oo—

99%
105
105
103%

104

Bid.

Beauharnols Power Corp—
Ooll trust % f 6a 1959 w w—A&O
Beaver Va Tr gen g 5s 1953 M&N
1st conv m 5s 1950
A&O

Adriatic

s

Sale price.

101%

V

84

Bid.

Bonds
Citizens St Ry—See Ind Tr
Citizens Tract—See Phila

City Elec San Fran 5a

103

100

100
l( 4
106 M
107
106

Gen M 5s 1961

100M
/

5s 1939- - -F&A
Colorado Power 1st 5s 53—M&N
Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—
Deb g 5s 1952
—.-M&N
Deb g 5s 1952
4£?}£
Clinton W W 1st

1961——-J&J 15
Gas & El Co

Deb 5s Jan 15

Columbia (S C) Ry

101]
1011

notes Oct. I

107M

100 ys

4
92
101M

97

Columbus Dela & Marion Elec Co
1st & re? os July 1937---—J&J
1st & ref 6s

(stinpd) 1937--J&J
Elec & Power—

1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A—-J&D
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser B— - M&N
Columbus(O)Gas 1st 5s g 32-J&J
Columbus (O) Intorurban Per Co
1st guar 5s 1935—---——J&D
Col Lon & Spr Ry—See IndO & E
Oolum & 9th Av RR—!See N YRys
Columbus (Ga) Pow 5s 36--A&O
Columbus Ry Pow & Light—
1st ref 4Ms 1957 ser A
—J&J
Col Ry 1st 4s *39 opt'14—Q-J
Col St Ry 1st 5s g 1932—-J&J
Cross St 1st 5s g 1933——J&D

Commonwealth-Edison Co—1st g 5s June 1 1943
1st g 6s June 1 1943
-M&S
1st M 5s 1953—
— - J<
1st M col 5s 1954 ser B—-J&D
1st M col 4 Ms 1956 ser O..A&0
1st M col 4 M s

1957 ser D. J& J

1st M col 4Ms 1960 ser E A&O
Oom'wealth El 5s June 43 _M&?

Commonwealth Utilities Corp—

1938—-----M&N
Commonwealth Wat 5 Ms A 1947.
1st M 5s 1956 ser B_——F&A
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser 0--.F&A
Conv deb 6s

Community Power &
Col M 5s 1957

Light Co—

——M&S
Water Service Co-—-

Community
Deb g 6s 1946 ser A—J&D
Conestoga Trac 1st 4s 1950--J&J
Coney Isl & Bklyn RR 4s 48-J&J
Gonsol gold 4s 1955-———J&J
B O & N 1st cons os

1939--J&J

Conn Light & Power—
1st & ref s f 7s '51 ser A—-M&N

1954 ser B—F&A
1st & ref 4Mb 1958 ser O—J&J
Connecticut Power 5s 63—A&O
1st & coll trust 5s 1956
J&J
Conn Ry & Lt 4Ms 1951----J&J
1st & ref 5Ms

3K?S&!SpK?S*&

1st 5s 1937—J&D
Oonnellsv Wat 5s Oct 2 '39—A&O

Conn Riv Pow

——-------A&O
Cities L P & Tr—

1st lien 5s 1962 stamped--J&J
Gonsol Gas of Bait 5s 1939—J&J

Consol Hydro-Eloc Wks of Upper
Wuerttemburg 1st 7s *56-.J&J

deb 4s '54 J&J
-J&J
4s 1955
A&O
4s 1956 guar.
J&J

Con Ry (New HaV)
Deb 4s 1955
Deb
Deb

s

f 5a Feb 15 1954.F&A15

1st m 5s 1950 series

1st & ref 6s

36M

Fed St &

19-55 ser

1962 ser

Gen & ref 5s

103 M

103

105M

106M

107 M
107
110

108 H
107 M

103 M

103

D-F&A

103 M

97 %

98

91M

93
101

100
99 M

107M
113

106M
106M
102 M
102M
101M
107

108
115
107 H
107 %

s

102 M

101
90
82

60~~
70"
120

108

109

103 M
106

104M

99
91

75
104 M
103

102

105M

6M% notes 1935
M&S15
Duquesne Light—See Phila Co
Duquesne Trac—-See Phila Co
Eastern Connecticut Pow Co—
1st m s f 5s 1948 series A.A&O
Eastern Mass Street Ry Co—
Refm4Ms 1948 A
-J&J
Ref m 5s 1948 B
J&J
Ref 6s Jan 1948 ser C-M&S15
Ref 6s Jan 1948 series D.A&O
Ref 6s Jan 1948 series E-M&N
Eastern Mich Edison Co—
—

81

78M

P

Adj 6s 1958

100

101

104M
107
102 %

86M
45

98H

58

52

53

99 M

107
82
98

105

73*

M&N
Gatinoau Pow 1st 5s 1956
J&D
Debenture gold 6s 1941 J&D 15
General Gas & Elec Corp—
4M% notes Aug 15 '31.F&A15
5% notes Aug 15 '32—F&A15
5% notes Aug 15 '33—F&A15
5% notes Aug 15 *34—F&A15
5% notes Aug 15 *35—F&A15
General Public Service Corp—
Conv deb 5s 1953
J&J
Conv deb 5 Ms 1939
J&J

1 *31—M&N

Peop—See Phlla Rap Tran
Pow Corp (Germany)—
f 6Ms 1950
M&S
1st sink fund 6Ma 1953—A&O
Electric P & L Deb 6s2030-F&A
Electric Public Utilities Co—■
15-year sec 6s 1942—
-J&D
5% gold notes 1931
M&N
Eliz Plalnf & Cent J I See Public
Eliz & Trenton RR
J Serv Corp.
Elizabethtown Water Co Consol
1st m 5s 1957 series A___F&A
Elmlra Water ..Light & RR1st & con g 5s 1956
M&S
El Paso El Co coll tr g 5s '32-J&J
1st m 5s 1950 ser A
J&D
El Paso Nat Gas 1st 6Ma '43-J&D
Deb 6 Ma 1938
J&D
Empire District Elec Co—
1st & ref m 5s 1952
M&S
Empire Gas & Electric Co—

n

79M

88 M

88

84

86

85 M

87

90M

90 H

75
73

80
75

20

10
100M

99

101

99

101

75

80

18

21

45

51M

48M

MfgCo (Italy)
with war M&N

Nominal,

99M
96

&
98

93

95

90

90

95

69

J&D
B-.A&O
Georgetown Gas Lt 1st 5s '61 F&A
Ga Row & Ips—See B & N St Rv
Georgia Power 1st 5s 1967--M&S
Georgia Ry & Elec os 1932
J&J
Atlanta Cons St 5s 1939—J&J

90

Conv deb 6s 1944 ser

49

104M

'56 A&O
1931—J&D
Corp—

Northern

Atlanta

Co—

Ry

J&J

1st guar 5s *54 op '90
Gesfurel 6s 1953 with warr

100M
100 M
104 M

97M

F&A

1st & gen 6 Ms 1950

108
101

65

70
64

Great Lakes Power

1st

M

6s

J&J
op__M&N

107_"

Great West Power Co of

Calif—

O
F&A
1946-J&J
Bay Gas & Elec Co—

1st ref M 6s 1952 ser
Green

71

97

98

96

M&N

1st & ref 5s 1935

103

94

102
101

98

87~"

Green

87

19

99 M

100 M

94

95

1931-1944-..—M&N

1st lien coll trSMs 1942—M&N
Great North Pow 5s 1935-—F&A

Grt West Pow Co 5s

102

100 M

Ltd—

Great Lakes Utilities Co—

100

67

101 n
100 M
99 M

I7

Gt Falls Pow 1st 5s *40

100

50

86
86

Without warrants

106

107

94

105 M

Grand Rapids Ry 1st 7s '39 M&N
Great Cons Elec Pow (Japaa)—

98 M

104

86

103 H

J&D

1st M 7s 1944

98~"

93 M
93 M

92 M

65

103 M

103 M

93

Conv dab 6s 1931 ser A

35

99 M

103

86

30

99 M

45

103M

Utilities—

Mountain

1st mtge 5s

Power

Corp—

F&A

1948

45

50

101M

102 M

106 M

104M

101

102

101

102

99M

'31--J&J
A J&J

101

Greenwich Wat & Gas System—
Col tr 5s 1952 ser A
A&O

85

90

85

90

Greenwich Tram 1st 5s
Greenwich- Wat 4 Ms

98M
97
70
30

n*
35

106

107

100M
100 M
102

*57

ser

Col tr 5s 1952 ser B

A&O

Guanajuato Power & Elec—
5s & 6s 1932
A&O
Gulf Power 1st 5s 1968
A&O
Gulf States Utilities Co—
1st M & ref 5s 1956 ser A-M&S
Hackensack Wat 4s '52 op '12J&J
Gen&ref5sJunel5'77 A
J&D15

89"

9l"

101M
91M

101 %

99

(Germany) Elec Co—
s 100
Extl g s f deb 7s 1935
M&N
Hamburg (Germany) Elev Under¬
82 M
ground & St Rys 5 Ms '38 -_J&D
104M
Harrisburg L & P 5s 1952—F&A
102
Harwood El 5s '39 op '14
J&J
107 M
1st & ref s f g 6s '42 op—M&S
Havana Elec Ry, Light & Power
Gen M 5s 1954 series A—M&S
5l"
Havana Elec Ry 5s 1952--F&A
22 M
Deb g 5 M« 1951
M&S
100
Helena Gas & Elec 1st 6s '52M&S
hil R T
Hest Man & Fair Pass Ry—See P
Home Telep & Teleg(LosAngeles,
102 M
Cal) 1st 5s 1933
~
102 M
1st refunding 5s 1945
Home Long DLst Tel (San Fran)
Hamburg

102 M

103 M

86

88

82

86 M

89 M

90

37
85

45

95

Home Tel & Tel of

Spokane—

99
100 X

101M

lOl"

6s '35Houston Gulf Gas—
Houston El Co 1st

101M
s

105

96M

100%
86 M
105

54%
26M

100M

mtmmm

45"

9l"

106

s

s

55"
s

87 M
92 H

V)9

102 %

104M

97 M

103

_

A 1952—J&D
95 M Empire Gas & Elec and Empire
Coke Jt lst&ref 5s '41 opt_M&S
Empire Public Service Corp—
Deb 6s 1950 w w 1950
J&J
Gen & ref 6s ser

Jfc Last sale,

97

78M

91

6

1st s

/ This price includes accrued interest.

103

96 M

85

Electric

f 6 Ms 1QS3

97

96M
101M

1st lien & col 5s 1943 ser A. J&D

27

Elec &

■

82

100

96M

1st M coll tr 6Ma ser A

4

4% notes Nov 1 *32
M&N
3-yr 5% note Jan 15'33-J&J 15
Ed El Ill(Bku)See KingsCoEL&P
Edison El 111 (N Y)—See N Y G
Edison Elec Co (Lancaster)—
Refunding 5s 1943--——F&A
Eighth Ave RR—See N Y Rys
Electrical Devel of Ontario—
1st 5s 1933
——————

1st

v

81
93 M

Conv ser 6% notes
General Water Works

1958-—J&J
—--I&J

1942
J&J
1st m 5s 1960 ser D
F&A
East St Louis (111) Lt & Pow—
1st 5s 1940
-—-—J&D
East St Louis & Suburban Co—
Coll trust g 5s 1932 opt—A&O
Easton Cons El 5s 1949
M&N
East Palm & Beth 6s 1939--J&J
Economy Lt & Pow (Joliet, 111)—1st m s f gold 5s 1956
J&D
Edison Eloc Ilium of Boston—

Ercole Marelli Elec

81
85

Ry-—

f g 5s 1954 opt

General Public

35

notes Nov.

s

Gen 5s Nov 1 1954

104

30

1st in 5 Ms

3 %%

98 M

Ry—See Col Ry & Lt.
Tnt Tr (Buffi
Cuban Telep 1st 7Ms 1941-M&S
105
1st conv 5s 1951
——J&J
79M
Cumberland Co (Me) Pow & Lt—
1st 4M» 1956
J&D
97M
Cumb'land T & T 5s 1937—J&J
104M
Dakota Central Telep Co—
1st gold 6s 1935—
J&D
103
Dallas Gas 1st 6s 1941
A& O
103
Dallas Pow & Lt 6s 1949
J&J
105
1st g 7 Ms 1949 ser B
J&J
107
1st g 5s 1952 ser C
J&J
102 M
1st gold 5Ms 1954 ser D —J&J
103
Dallas Ry & Ter 1st 6s 1951-J&J
71
Danville Tr & Pow 1st 5s '41-J&J
18M
Darby Med & Ches Ry—See Phlla R TrDavenport Water 5s 1961—J&J
94M
Dayton Ltg 1st 5s'37 op'12-M&S
101
Dayton Pow & L 1st 58'41--J&D
102M
Day Sp & Urb—See Ind Col & E
G&E 5s 1942- -M&S
101
Delaware Co & Phila—Sop TJn P & Trans.

56

100

1st m 6s

74M
74 M
74 M
74M

86

106

M&N

1931.

6s 1949.J&J
1949—
J&J
92
1st m 5s 1949
J&J
1st m 5s 1959
-—J&J
Eastern Pa Rys 1st 5s 1936-J&J
80
Eastern Shore Pub Service Co—
1st m 5Ms 1947 ser A
M&S
Eastern Wisconsin Electric Co—
1st lien & re? 6s 1942
J&D
101M
1st lien & ref 6Ms 1948--M&S
Sheboygan Elec 5s 1946—J&J
East Coast Utilities—
1st coll 5Ms 1937 ser A..F&A
Conv del 6s 1933 ser A. _M&N
104 H
6% conv notes 1932
J&Jj
E. KootenayPow 1st 7s '42-A&O r
East Penn El 1st 6s 1953—J&J
106 M East Prussia Pow 6s 1953—J&D
E St L & interurb Wat 5s '42 J&J

92 M

103 M
105M
102 M

79M

103 M

Eastern N J Pow 1st

104"

92

98

95

101M

1967-J&D

7s

Elec

A&O
6M % secured notes 1931
J&D
6% secured notes 1931
J&D
Gas & El of Bergen Co 5s *49-J&D
1st M

93M

1966 ser A.-M&N

1st mtge coil tr

J&D
& L 5s 1934
J&J
opt-M&N

Galveston-Houston

Eastern Michigan Rys—

100
100

104

100M

Duquesne Gas Corp—
■
1st conv 6s Mar 151945-M&S15

1st g 5s

106

100

102
96

Duke Price Power Co—

75

118

Galesb Ry

Ry.

1st m s f 6s

82

—

108

103
101

J&J /

1930 guar

Con 5s Oct 1934

103

57*
67*

1st M g 5s

Galesburg Ry Ltg & Power—

78M

5s

90

42dStM&StNAv—See 3d Av Ry

Galv Elec Co 1st 5s '40

1937 A with war.M&S
Transmission—
1932
A&O

Duke Power—lst4Ms

88

98M

12

102M

100

101H
99 M
99M

98 M

Ft Worth Pow & L 5s 1931.-F&A

4

Dominion Pow &
1st,

87

100M

Service Co—

Public

1st M 6Ms 1949-.—F&A
1st 6s 1955 series B
A&O
Florida Telep 1st 6s 1945
A&O
Ft Pitt Traction—See Phila Co

18M

s

Without warrants
Dixie Gulf Gas Co—
1st 6 Ms

43

Ft W Van Wert & Lima Trac—

Bridge—
6M» 1952——F&A
8 f deb g 7s 1952
F&A
Det United 4Ms 1932 opt—J&J
1st m & coll tr 6s 1929
J&J
Det & Pt Huron Shore Line—
1st gold 5s 1950—
J&J
Dixie Gas & Utilities Co—
S f v 6M» 1938 ser A
F&A
1st msf

102

104M

J&J

Florida Power Corp—
1st M 5 Ms 1979
J&J
Florida Pow & Lt 1st 5s '54—J&J

Florida

A-A&O
B..J&D
O ..F&A

Gen & ref 4Ms 1961 ser

107

50

80

Pleas Yal—See Phil Co

Federal Water Service Corp—
Conv deb 5 Ma 1954
M&N
Federated
Utilities
Inc—
1st lien col tr 5Ma 1957—M&S

65

63

July 1 1940—M&S
July '40 ser B .M&S

Gen & ref 5s

79

106M
102 M

J&J
A&O
1933-J&J

M&S

.. ....——

6% gold notes 1932

•

103M

45

Traction—

&

Federal Public Serv Corp—
1st 1 6s 1947
J&D

Detroit International

Cross St Ry—See




35M

Gen & ref 5s 1949 series

99M

Oro8stown St

b Basis.

B

Light

1st lien g 6s 1942 stpd
M&S
Debenture 6s 1954 ser B_>J&D

100

1948—M&N

f deb 6 Ms

Detroit Edison 1st g 5s

90

OooperRlvBrt'gelnclst 6s'58M&N
Copenhagen Telephone Co—
Extl

s

Detroit City Gas Co—
1st m 6s 1947 series A

102 M

—

Consolidated Telep of Wise-1st M 5Ms 1942 ser A
M&N
Cons Tr (N J)—See Pub Ser Corp
Consolidated Water of Utica—
1st M 5s 1958----—M&N
Consumers El L & P (New Orl)—
1st M 5s 1936
—J&J
Consum L H & P Co (Eliz, N J)—
5s
1938
J&D
Consumers Power Co (Mich)—
1st & ref 5s 1936 op '16
J&J
lstl & unif 5s ser O 1952-_M&N
1st lien & unlf 4Mb 1958-M&N
Contin Gas & El deb 5s 1958 F&A

98 M

12J&D

1st s f g 5s 1942 opt

Stamped—-

77

1st & ref 5s

4M» Apr 1954
A&O
Gonsol GasElec Lt & P (Bait)—
Gen g 4MS Fob 14 1935—..J&J
107 M
1st ref 5 M« 1952 ser E
M&S
105
1st ref 5s 1965 ser F
J&D
104
1st &ref«f4Mo 1969 ser G M&S
104 M
1st & ref s f 4 Ms 1970 ser H J&J
99
Consol Gas N J 5s g 1936
J&J
96
1st ref 5s 1965--- ——
A&O
Consolidated Gas (N Y)—
106M
Deb 5Ms 1945-------F&A
H & P.
Underlying cos—See N Y G E 1
Consol Gas Utilities Co—
80
1st & coll 6s 1943 ser A.-.J&D
77
Conv deb 6Ms 1943 ser A J&D
Gen g

Federal

Ask

102M

81

'32 op

Fairmount Pk Trans 5s '37.-A&O
Fall River Elec Lt 1st 1945--J&J

87

86

os

Eairmont & Clarksburg Trac—.
1st g 5s 1938 opt 1913
A&O

BasLs 6%.

102

1st m s f 6s 1953

104

Gold 5s 1951

Consolidated

37
96

35
92

(of Canada)
F&A

Deb 6Ms 1965 w w
Without warrants
Evansv G & E L

M&N

96

98 M

Kurop'n Elec Corp

103 M

1 st m 5s, 1938'iiia—M&N
Detroit & Canada Tunnel—

99M

93

Columbus (Ga)

103 M
102 M

Des Moines Elec Co—

Conv

1936———-J&J

1st M s f g 5s

M

102

1933

Rv 5s '41-A&O

Erie & Suburban

70
102 M

Terminals Co—
1st M g gu 5s 1932 -40
M&S
Derby Gas & Elec Corp—
1st lien 5s 1948
F&A
Des Moines & Cent la Elec Co—
S F 6s 1937 opt series A
M&S
S F 5s 1937 opt series B—M&S
Des Moines City Ry 5s 1936 J&J

99K
101M
98 M

99

98 M

Denver Tramway

106

,

1933.—-——M&J

Cleve Southw Ry & Light—
Gen &con 5s 1954—.—M&S

Delaware

103 M

1954——-—-JJ®

Power & Light Co—
1st M 4 Ms 1989
J&J
Denver Cons Tram 5s 1933-A&O
Denv Gas & El 1st. g 5s '49—M&N
1st & ref 6s 1951
M&N
Stamped a* to Pa tax
Denver Tramway Corp—
Gen & ref 5s 1950 ser A
J&J

Bqult G&E Utlca 5s 1942-A&D
Erie Rys—1st 6s 1954
A&O
Erie El Motor s f g 5s 1941 A&O
Erie Ltg 1st m os 1967
A&O

93 H

92M

J&J

Deb 5 Ms 1959

1937--J&J

aeries BA&O
Oleve Pains & East Con 5s 1918—
Ext at 6% to 1933A&O

Co—

Bid

Bonds.

Ask

Bid

Bonds.

Ask.

& Tor
Co

and Income and defaulted bondc

interest" except) where marked "V

Delaware Elec Power

City & Sub Ky—See Wash Ry & El
City Water (Chattanooga)—
1st 5Ms 1954 series A
J&D
1st M 5a
1st M 5a 1957 series 0---M&N
Clev El 111 1st 5s '39 op 24. A&O
Gold deb 7s 1941..—- — -F&A
GenM 5s 1954seriea A —M&N

Cleve Ry 1st

UTILITY BONDS

PUBLIC

NOTICE.—All bond prtaeu ava <*ond

97

104M

Corp —
1st m coll 6s 43 with warr..
Hudson Co Gas 5s g 1949 —M

104M
97M

Houston Natural Gas

95

97

30

40

87

105M

99M
—

s

78%

r Canadian price,

92

106M

102

s

Sale price.

100M

UTILITY

PUBLIC

5834

65

7534

106

76

Jaclcson Cons

98

93

1st mtge 5s 1960 ser

M&S
M&S

B

9434

Jamaica Water

M&S

9834

103

101
105

102

104

9934

Jer City Hob & Pat—See P
Johnstown (Pa) Telephone

99

1st mtge os 1952 series A—J&J
Indiana Central Telep Co—

*ll-.M&N /
Dayt Sngf & Urb 5s '28—M&N /

Gen & ref g 5s *28 op

234

134
40

„

101

103

105

90

91

Indiana Gas Utilities 5s 1946 J&J

96

Indiana General Service—

J&J

1st M 5s 1948

Indiana Hydro-Elec Power—
1st mtge 5s 1958 ser A---M&N
1st & ref 5s 1955
M&S
Ind Nat Gas & O—See Peo G L&O

Indiana Pr 1st 17 34« '41 A _M&N
Indiana Ry & Lt 1st 5s '43--J&J
Indiana Service Corp—
1st & ref M 5s Jan 1 1950--J&J

104^

115
95

/

89

88

F&A

1st 1 & ref 5s 1963

...

88

,

Indiana & S W Gas & Util—

J&D

6% conv notes 1940—
Indiana Union Traction—

1st g 5s July 1 *33 op '08-A&O
Indiana Nor 1st. g 5s 1933-A&O
Indianap Columbus & Sou Trac—
1st M g 6s Feb 1 1948
F&A
Indianapolis Gas 6s 1952. -A&O
Indianap & Martinsv Rap Tran—
1st g 5s 1932 opt
J&J
Indianap Nor—See Un Tr of Ind
Indianapolis & Northwest Trac—
1st g 5s 1923 ext to 1933--M&S
Indianapolis Power & Light—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
—J&J
Indianapolis & Southeast Trac—
1st M g os 1935
J&J
Ind Shelby & S E 5s 1932—J&J
Indianapolis Trac & Term Co—
1st s f gold 6s Jan 1 1933—A&O
Indianap St gen 4s 1933—J&J
Citizens St con 5s g 1933 M&N
Indianapolis W W Sec CoSecured 5« 1958
J&J
Indianapolis Water—
1st & ref. g 434s 1940 opt—J&J

/

5
v

102 Vs

102 %

/
/
/

43
13

48

24

28

17

92

9624
103 34
10134

1

1

ICO >00

34

f 6s '36 A M&S

•

1

1

A&O

Debs f 7s 1935—

81

~

84""

J&D

n

65 Y

70"~

Inland Utilities Inc—

J&D

Conv deb 6s 1934

42

45

Inter borough-Metropolitan Co—
g

Interborough

A&O

434« 1956

Guar Trust certif of

deposit— /

1034

20

Stamped
6% notes 1932
A&O
Conv g 7% notes 1932—M&S

71

J&D

Coll trust 634s 1954 ser B.J&D
634% sec bonds 1955 serCJ&D
Sec 7s 1936 D (with war;_-J&J
Sec 78 1957 ser E
Sec 7s 1952
J&J 15
International Railway (Buffalo—
Buff Trac 1st. 6s 1948
J&D
Cross St. Ry 1st 5s g'32--M&N
Buff & Lock 1st g 5s 1938--J&J
Buffalo & Nlag Falls Elec Ry—
1st M 6s gold 1935
J&J
Internat Ry ref 5« '62 op_M&N
International Telep & Teleg—
Deb g 434» 1952
J&J
Conv deb 434s 1939
J&J
Deb 5s 1955
F&A

106

J>

99

9134

9234

B

102"

103""

10634

108

1st g 5s 1936
J&D
& (adison G & El 1st 5s 1940-A&O
Gen & ref 6s 1950
M&N

100

Gas 1st 5s '46--F&A

10534
10234

105 3*
103

a
i

10234

103

104
45..

Interstate Power let 5s '57—J&J
Deb gold 6s 1952
J&J

Kanawha ValTr 1st

J&J
J&D

M&S
-F&A

A-M&N

1st 1 & ref 5s 1961 ser B__M&S

Iowa Pow & Lt 1st 434» 1958 M&S
Iowa Pub Serv 1st 6s 1957—J&D
Deo 5s 1968
M&S

Electric—
2022 ser A..M&S
1st mtge 4348 1980
J&D
Kansas Pow 1st 5s 1947
M&S
Kansas Power & Light Go—
1st M 6s 1955 ser A
M&N
1st M 6s 1957 ser B
M&N
Kentucky Fuel Gas Corp—
1st 6*4s 1942 with warr„J&D

M

1st & ref 5s 1932 opt *15. -M&S
1st & ref 5s Oct 1915
M&N
1st & ref 534s Oct 1945—M&N
Iowa Southern Utilities—

F&A

1st & ref 534» I960
Deb 6s 1950 ser A
s

(sarco

f g 59 '36 opt after

J&J
M&N
'15.F&A

Hydro-Elec Co (Italy—
M&N

1st M s f 7s 1952

0iiasiB

t Thu




ref&lmp g 6s'48
1st & ref 6s 1954

Debenture

g

4434
10234

104*4

103

105

96

108

9734
9734

9734
97

103
9834

)

40

36
22

81

5s 1958

J&D

Wyoming Val RR
1st 5s 1951
—F&A
Debentures 6s 1948—
F&A
Laclede Gas Lt ref 5s 1934..A&O
1st M coll tr 534s '53 ser C F&A
1st col&ref 534s I960 ser D F&A
534% gold notes 1935—-F&A
Lake Erie Pow & Lt 6s 1946 A&O

price include*

Un

10234
9234
9634

.

loo""

10034
10034

9954
9934
7534

70
76

98

Rys

8934

96

10234
8834
8134

81

110
100

92

9234

9534
9534
9434
9634

95 K

82

95

9734

97

9634
97

O-J

50

Without warrants

100
52

50

laryland

Light

&

20-year

10034
10434
10134

J&D
J&J
M&N

Sink fund deb 5s 1955
I lass Utilities Associates—
S f deb 5s 1949 ser A

98

96

J&J

f 534s 1940

s

30

15

Power—

1st M 534s 1950 ser A
1 lassachusetts Gas—
Deb g 434s Dec 1931

10034
105

10134

A&O

94

..J&J

1 lassillon Elec & Gas—
1st M 5s 1956

92
103

104

10334

10434

Ry&L
lemphis Power & Light Co—
1st & ref 58 1 948

ser A
J&J
1st & ref 434s 1978 ser C„A&O

37"

I
I

1st
I

f 7s 1957

s

ser

A

94"

9834

A&O

[etropolitan Edison Co—
1st & ref 5s 1953 ser O
1st m 434s 1968 ser D

1 let Street Ky—See N Y

100

105

10534

102

J&J
M&S

103

Rys

[etropolitan West Side "L"lst gold 4a 1938
—F&A
Exten gold 4s 1938—
J&J
1 [exfcan El L 1st M g 5s '35-J&J
1 [ex Lt & Pow 1st 5s '33 s f_F&A
1 [ich Elec Ry 5a 1948
J&J
Jack Cons Trac 6s 1934--M&N
[lchigan Gas & Elec Co—
1

22

25

10

10334
10134

10234
10134

102
s

lOl""

10034
103

& Elec.

1st & ref 6s 1943

60
40

6834

r

1st M 5s 1956
A

——

6

101

103

95

97

I
98

M&N

45"

40"

75

....

2

J&D
ser

77

73

M&S

[lchigan Home Telep Co—
1st M 6s 1946

99

10434

106

102

103

65

Ry.

1st g 5s 1947 ser A

50

17

(

62

J&D

9134

90

A&O

liddle West Utilities Co—

5s 1960
J&D
Leh Val L & P 5s 1943. --A&O

impt

g

103

105

10434

I

70
100
102

9434

9234
9934
10334
10934
10534
10434
102

9834

9934

93

96

Gen & ref 534s 1949 ser

I.A&O
Los Ang G & E 6s 1934
J&J

s

A; Last sale.

nNomlnai.

f 734s 1933

—F&A

102

op..J&D
llnneapolis Oan Light Co—
1st iVI 434s 1950.——
J&J

97

101

9334

94

100

75
1st & "ref 5s

10334
96

1955" ——J .YIJ&D

1st & ref 434s 1978

M&N

101
9534

103
96

Mississippi Power Go—
1955—.

M&S

9434
9234
99 4

Mississippi

93

95

Mississippi Power & Light—

10434
11034

105"
103

92

1st Ml 5a 1957

Ri

ver

J&D

Fuel Corp

9734

9734

104
9434
103
99

10434

102
9134

10234

-

f 6s 1944 with warr F&A15
Without warrants

1st

s

Mississippi Riv Pow 6s '51—J&J
Deb 5s May 1 1947
M&N
Missouri Power & Light—
1st M 534s 1955 ser A
M&S
1st. M 434s 1958 ser B
M&N

10334

106"

110

First mtge 5a 1947 ser A—F&A
Mo Riv Sioux City Bdge Co—

1st

a

f 60

10534
106
110

10534
10134

8934

accrued interest.

20

98

92

Missouri Public Service Go—

104

100

17

lilwaukee Elec Ry & Light—
Gen & ref g 5a 1951 opt..J&D

1st & ref 5a

Gen & ref 6s 1942 ser D .M&S
Gen & ref 534s 1943 ser F M&S

Gen & ref 534» 1917 ser E J&D
Gen & ref 6s 1942 ser G—M&S

J&J

91

lOl""

100

1st M

99
97

10434

10134
10034

91

J&J
A_A&O

J&D

10034
s

9634
9634

10134

91

6s 1945.

1935

conv notes

10034

10334

89

g

J&D
J&D

[inD Gen El 1st 5s'34

90

Secured

J&D

1933

91

92

B

1932

conv notes

conv notes 1934

94

Lexington Util 1st 5s 1952.-F&A
Lexington Wa* Pow Colst 5s'68J&J
Conv deb 534s 1953
_J&J
Lincoln Gas & Elec 5s 1941-J&D
Lincoln Tel & Tel 5s 1946
J&J
Lindell Ry—See United Rys(StL)
Little Rock G & F 6s 1937-M&N
Little Rock Ry & El 5s '33—A&O
Ref & ext g 6s 1938
A&O
Lockhart Power 534s 1950—F&A
Lombard Elec Co (Italy)—
1st extl 7s 1952 with warr_J&D

Long Isl Lighting 5s 1936--M&S
1st ref 6s 1948
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1955 ser B
M&S

conv notes

5%
5%
5%

10234
10234

94

Without warrants..
Lone Star Gas s f 5s 1942

J&D

102 34
10234

M&S

1944

1931

1st & ref 5s 1901 ser B
J&D
1st M 5s 1971
J&J
lilwaukee Gas Light Go—
1st M 434s 1907
M&S

92

6s

conv notes

[idland Natural Gas Co—
Conv deb 6s 1935

Lexington (Ky) Tel—
M

434%
5%

98

Lex Ave & Pav Fy—See N Y Rys
Lex (Ky) Ry—See Ky Tr & Term

Conv deb g 534s'52 ser

V

A

ser

I

—II

Los Angeles Gas & Elec Corp—
1st & ref g 5s 1939 opt---M&S

85

f 7s 1940

s

taryl'd El Rys 1st gu 5s "31 A&O
1st & ref 634b 1957 ser A--J&J
1st & ref 634s 1962 ser B—J&J

i

Lorain & Clev RR—Sea Lake Sh Elec B y
89
Lorain Telep 1st 5s 1958

9834

10234

I [cGav & Mt V—See Nash

9934

10134

l66"

92]
92]

91
100

J&D

f 7s 1941

s

60

9134

opt—M&S
opt—M&S

101
101

0234

J&J

40

72

85

9534

1st
I

10434

55

1st

82

f 534s '51 ser A

a

7934

65

72

35

1st M g 5s Dec 1935
1st M g 4s Dec 1935
Cons gold 4s 1935

75"

<00 ICO

78

f 534s 1952 ser B..J&J

a

JL

6s '33 J& J

Ref &

QO f-l

s
s

Bait & Ann S L 5s 1946—F&A

102

87"

49""

9834

With warrants

J&D
Lawrence (Mass) Gas & Elec—
1st M 434s 1940 ser B
F&A
Lehigh Power Securities—
Deb g 6s 2026 ser A
F&A
Lehigh Valley Transit—

73

68

1st M

1st M

80

Gen gold 5s Feb 1 1933—F&A
Lor & Clev g 5s '27 opt '17 J&J

con g

1

99

9034

109
99

97

a

----

78

9734
M&N
Keystone W W & Elec Corp—
1st. lien 534s 1948 ser B—M&N f 55
Conv deb 6s 1939
A&O f 35
10434
Kings Co E L & P 1st 5s '37.A&0
134
Purch money 6s g 1997—A&O
9934
Edison El 111 Bklyn 4s *39.J&J
Kings Co Elev Ry—See Bklyn RT
9934
Kings Co Gas & 111 1st 5s '40-A&O
10634
Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '54—J&J
11834
1st ref 634s 1954
J&J
10234
Kingston Gas & Elec 1st 5s'52
90
Knoxv Gas 1st 5s '33 opt '13-A&0
W W

48

73

1937—A&O

5434

41

J&D

1st Hen coll tr 534s

28
—

Lake Superior Dist Pow—
1st M & ref 5s 1956—

s

2d gold 4s 2013

D

Key Tel 1st g 5s '35 opt '08--J&J
1st 1 & ref 534s 195o ser A.J&D
1st 1 & ref 6s 1951 ser B—A&O

Kokomo

30

53

15-year

99"

Lake St Elev RR—See Chic & O ak PkE

88"

10234
10234

1 [annheim & Palatinate Elec Cos

54

47

J&J

1944

100

5334

55

7s

a lanila Elec RR & Ltg Corp—
1st lien & coll tr 6s '53—M&S
a lanila Gas Co—

98

107

Deb gold 6s

Ironwood & Bessomer Ry & Light
1st

1st

25

Sand Frem & Sou 5s 1936-J&J

Iowa Ry & Lt (Cedar Rapids)

1st & ref 6s 1943

M5s '46-J&J

6s

Tol Frem & No 634 s 1925—
Extended at 6% to 1933 J&J

Interstate Rys 4s 1943
lowa-Nebraska Lt & Power-

1st mtge 534s 1959

M

9334

Interstate Pub Serv Go—

ser

1936—-—--F&A

54

99

103
107

107J
114]

5134

9034

op'.13 A&O
M&S

11334

93

Interstate Natural Gas 6s 1936
Without warrants

1st lion & ref 5s '57

uzerne

101

International Power Sec Com—

1st & ref 634s 1949 ser B
1st & ref 6s 1956 ser D
1st & ref 434* '58 ser F

Co—

75

s

I

Intercontments Power Co—
warr

f 7s 1948---"M&N
Co (Pa) Gas & Elec—

1st M

93

7134
7134

International Hydro-Elec System
Conv deb 6s 1944
A&O

L

M&S

Lake Sh Elec 1st

71

...

87

8524

f g 634s 1944.

s

Ry 4s 1931--J&D

Lake Roland Eiev—See

....

tax-ex.J&J

Debs 6s 1948 with

10034

1st

35
94

Rapid Transit

1st & ref g 5> '66 op

10334
10134

Lackawanna &

Telep 1st 6s 1948-—A&O

35""

F&A

25

1

f 6s 1941 ser B ..M&N

OolltruH

10334

Keystone Pub Serv—
1st M 5s 1978

/
/

1938

Col tr 6s 1957 ser O

inland

Gen M 5s 1950

Lexington Ry 1st 5s 1949.J&D
Kentucky Utilities Co—
1st M 5s 1961 series G
F&A
1st M 5s 1969 ser I
-J&J
Keokuk Elec 6s 1945
M&N

10

fn

1st lien & ref 534» 1953—-M&S
1st lien & ref 5s 1970
M&S

s

102

101

-

Coll tr

15
4

/
/

50

I

Conv's f dob 634s 1938—J&D /
K'y Hydro Elec Co 1st 6s '49. J&D
Kentucky Power & Light Go—
1st in 534® 1948 ser B
M&S
Kentucky Traction & Terminal—
1st & ref gu 5s '51 opt '14.F&A

100

97

n

102

Kansas Gas &

105

104
104

9934

101

I

—

Indiana & Mich El 5s 1957--F&A

98 M

30

1st

IstM 634» 1953 series B--F&A
1st M 5s 1951 series O—-M&S

10634

105

C.F&A
A&O

100

Kansas City

45

100

106

98

1st & ref 5s

Indiana Electric Corp—
1st M 6s 1917 series A—M&N

10034

1942—————F&A
Kansas City Power & Light—
1st M 5s 1952 series A
M.&S
1st mtge 434s 1957 ser B-.J&J
1st M 434s 1961
F&A
Kansas City Pub Ser 6s 1951 J&J
Kansas Elec Pow 6s 1937—J&D
1st M 6s 1943
-J&D
1st M 5s 1951
J&D

§2

.

9334

10034

I

S Corp

Joplin W W 1st 5s 1957
Kanawha Trac & Elec Co—

■

100 10

9234

20

Johnst Pass

1st mtge 5« 1958 ser
M&N
1st lien coll 5 34 1938
M&N
Indiana Columbus & E Trac—

1st & ref 434s 1961 ser
Deb 8 f 6s 1937 ser A

30

80

Ang Pac Co—See

1st & ref 6s 1952 ser A—-M&N
1st & ref 534s 1954 ser B.M&N

29

20

Ask

77

Pac EIRy
os Ang & Pasad—See Pac El Ry
os Angeles Railway Corp—
1st & ref s f g 5s 1940
J&D
Los Angeles Ry 5s 1938—A&O
oui8iana Pow & Light Co¬
lst mtge 5s 1957
J&D
ouisville Gas & Elec Co (Ky)—
os

1942
F&A
(Pa) Trac 5s '43--J&J

Johnstown

91

89

I

102

23
1

1st & ref 5s

Illinois Water Service Co—

s

101

Jersey Central Pow & Lt Corp—
1st & ref 5 34 s 1945 series A F&A
1st & ref 5s 1947 ser B—-F&A

93 34

93

15"

9

Supply Co—

fund 634s 19o8—-J&J
Deb g 7s 1943
J&D
Janesville Elec Co—
1st & ref 5s 1931-1945-—J&J

104 %
105

10434
10334
9734

O——J&D

Illinois Power 1st 5s 1933—J&D
1st 7s 1936
J&D
1st 6s 1944
J&D
Illinois Valley Ry 1st 5s '35.M&S

Inland Gas 634s
inland Pow & L

78"

1st sink

1st & ref 6s 1953 aeries A—A&O
1st & ref 5^s 1954 aer B—J&D
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser
8 f deb 534» 1957

103

102

L

1st gold 534s series A 19o5-J&J
James River Bridge Corp—

Illinois Northern Utilities Co—
1st & ref 5s 1957 optA&O
Illinois Power & Light Corp—

I
I

Tr—See Mich E.Rv
Jackson (Mich) Gas 5s g'37-A&0
iacksonv (Fla) Gas s f 5s 42-J&D
Jacksonville Trac 1st 6s 31-M&S

Bid

Bonds.
I

1953 ser A—M&S

25-yr « f 534«

10424
106^4

104

Telep-—

Ill-Ky Bdge 634 s 1947

Ask.

Italian Superpower Corp—
Deb 6s '63 (without warr).-J&J

105
103 34

111 Bell Telep 1st 5s 1956—J&D
Illinois Cent Trac 5s 1933—J&D

Commercial

Bid.

Islands Edison Co—

Hydraulic Power of Nlag Falls—
lstr& refunding5s 1950
J&J
Ref & inapt 5s 1951
A&O
Idaho Power 1st 5s 1947
J&J

Illinois

Bonds.

Ask.

Bid.

Bonds.

85

BONDS

Interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds

SfOTIOI.—All bond prlooi ir« !i*ud

rCanadian price

8Sale price

1953

M&S 16

90

92

8134

8534

86

PUBLIC

UTILITY

NOTICE.—All bond prioei *ro "and interest"

Bid.

Bonds,
Mobile Gas Imp & ret 7s '51-J&D
Mob Lt & BR 1st g 5s *37—J&D
_

Cons

g

A$k.

99%

94%

1st M 5s 1949
J&D
Monongahela St By—See Phil Oo
Monongahela Valley Tractionlst M g 5s '42 opt '22—-J&D

102%

95%

89

Monongahela Valley Water—
1st M5Hb 1950 series A--J&J
Monongahela West Penn Pub Ser
1st lien & ret 5%s ser B '53 F&A

90%

_

Montana-Dakota Power Oo—
1st m 5%s 1934
Montana Power—
1st & ret s f 5s *43 op

.

100

101

99

100

_

104 %

104%

103%

104

r

r

^

100%

101%

101%

101%

im

95%

.

Gen & ref 5s 1955 Ber B—- A&O
Gen & ref 8 f 4%s '55 ser O A&O
Gen & ref a f 5s 1955 Ber D-A&O

87

94%

103
43
9

.

Nebraska Power 1st 5s 1949-J&D
1st M 6s 1949
J&D
Deb 6s 2022
M&S
Nov Calif Elec 1st 5s 1956—-A&O
Debs 6s July 1941-—- J&J
Newark Gas 6s Apr 1 1944—Q-J
Newark Cons Gas con 5s '48-J&D
New Brunswick (Can) Pow Co—
1st M 5s 1937
M&S
Newcastle (City of) W 5s'41 J&D
S f 5s 1932——
J&D
New England G & E Association
Deb g 5s 1947
M&S
Oonv deb 5s 1948
-J&D
Oonv deb 5s 1950
M&N
New Eng Pow Assn 5s 1948 .A&O
Deb 6%s 1954
—J&D

J&D

6% notes Dec 1932

New Eng Pow 1st 5s 1951—J&J
New Eng Tel & Tel—
6s gold Oct 1 1932——A&O
1st 6s 1952 series A
J&D

M&N

1st 4%s 1961 ser B

New Hampshire Pow 6s Dec. 1943
N J & Hud Riv Ry & Ferry—
1st gold 4s 1950 opt
M&8
N J Pow & L 1st 5s 1956—F&A
1st M 4%s I960
A&O
New Jersey Water Oo—
1st M 5s 1950
F & A
New London Gas & Electric—
Oonsol & refg 5s 1933
J&J
New Mexico Powere
1st M 5s 1958
J&J
New Milford Pow 1st 5s '32-F&A
New Orleans Pub Service Oo—

97

102

96"

94%
20

102%

103

101
100

102"

102

102%

103%

104%

76

77
s

91%

106%
92

73%

74
60

102""
104
111

w*
98

93
100

114

93%

95

93

98%

99%

F&A
A&O

8

53%
2%

59

40

50

2%

40

"2%

X%

20"

15
5

5%

2%

~4~"

2

16

22

22

55

65"

20

27

29

106

103%
100%

18

9

10%
23

1st &

oons

6s

ser

111%
106%

111%

106%

AA '50—M&N

97

98%

101%
102%
106%

102

104%

105%

102%
107

1st & ref 5s 1955 series A_ A&O
1st mtge 6%s 1953
J&J
Norf & Ports Tr—See Va Ry & P
Norf Ry & Lt 1st 5s 1949-M&N
g

5s 1944—J&J

North American Co.
Deb 5s 1961

F&A
North American Edison Co—
Oonv deb 5s 1957 ser A—M&S
Deb 5%s 1963 ser B
F&A15
Deb 5a Nov 15 '69 ser C M&N15
North Amer Light & Power Oo
S f deb 5%s 1956 ser S
J&J

99%

104%

104%

103%
101%

104

101%

84

85
100

Serial 4% % notes 1932—-A&O
Serial 5% notes 1933-—A&O
Serial 5% notes 1934
A&O
Serial 5% notes 1935A&O
Serial 5% notes 1936
A&O
North Amer WW & Elec Oorp—

100
99.30

97.35
96.75

1st & ref 5s 1956
J&J
Salisb & Spencer 5s 1945.M&N
North Continent Utilities Oorp—

99%
97%
88

70

89

1st gold 5s 1937 opt
North Calif Pow 5s 1932

94

95

99%
104%

100%

1st &

73

100

48%
105%
101%
87

86
101%

111
106
102

50%

101%
89

90

93%
93%
94%

1st & ref 5s 1966 ser O-— M&N
1st & ref 58 1969 ser D
M&S

lst&ref m 4%s 1970 serE-J&D
North Ind Gas & El 6s '52_ JOfl&N
Northern Indiana Ry—
1st M 5s 1960
Northern N Y Utilities Inc—
1st M & ref 5s 1963
J&J
1st lien & ref 7s 1940 A—M&N
1st lien & ref 6s 1947 B—M&N

1st 1 & ref 6s 1943 O
M&N
1st 1 & ref 5%s ser D '49—J&D
1st 1 & ref 5s 1955 ser E..J&D
Watertown L & P 5s 1959-J&J

81"

100%

s

f 5%s 1957 ser A

95

96

F&A

Northern Ohio Trac & Light—
1st const) 1 gold 5s 1933
J&J
1st consol gold 4s 1933-— J&J
1st lien & ref 5s 1956
F&A
Gen & ref 6s 1947 ser A
M&S

94%
99

l6I"

102%
114%
105%

114%

110%

111%
99%

103%
96%
105%

104

48
100
111

103
102

1913

J&J

94%
106%

-J&J

93

Ontario Transmission Co Ltd—
1st gu g 5s '45 op bef '16-M&N

103

1st

sf5%s 1950

Orange & Pas Val K—See P S Corp
Orange & Rockland Elec Co—
1st m 58 1958
-F&A
Oregon Elec Ry 5s '33 opt—M&N
Oregon-Washington Water Serv—

Extl sink fund 5s 1963

A&O

102
99

Gen M 5s 1946 ser E

Ozark Power & Water Co—
1st ■ f 5s 1952
M&S
Pacific Coast Power 5s 1940-M&S
Pacific Elec Ry g 5s 1942—J&J

'31-A&0

L A Pa R R Oal 5s '43-M&S
Pacific Gas & El ref 5s *42—J&J
1st & ref M 6s 1941 ser B.J&D

1st & ref 5%s 1952 ser O.J&D
ser

J&D

D

104

97%

105
100

100

98
99

107%

105%
104%

101

107%
100

97%

102"
103

Serv—
M&S

Conv deb 6s 1950
Pacific Power & Light Co—
1st M 5s 1955
F&A
Pacific Public Service Co—

5-year 5% notes 1936
M&S
Pacific Teleph & Telegraph—
1st & col tr s f g 5s 1937--J&J 2
Ref M 5s 1952 series A„-M&N
Parr Shoals Pow 5s 1952
A&O
Pasa & Mt Lowe—See Pac El Ry
Paterson Ry—See Pub Serv Corp

M&S

1949

M&N

104"
>55

98

99%

Pecos Valley Power & Light Co.
1st m 6%s 1937 ser A
M&N
Deb 7s 1942
J&J
Peninsular Tel Co 1st 5%s '51 J&J

Penn Central Light & Power Co—
1st & ref 4%s 1977
M&N
Penn-Ohio Edison Co—
Deb g 6s 1950 aer A
M&N
Without warrants
Deb 5%s 1959 ser B
F&A
Pennsylvania El Co 5s 1962-F&A
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser D
J&D
Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Corp—
Deb gold 6s 1976 ser A. -M&S
Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Co—
-

5%s "55

ser

99
101

102

93%
89%

99%
91%
104%
111

106
104
99

105

78

99%

104%
107%
98%

|9M
102

95%

103%
101%

69%
95

M&S
J&D

89

1st lien & ref 5s 1958
Deb 6s 1940

85

Pennsylvania Ltg 5s 1940—J&J
Pennsylvania-Ohio Pow & Lt—
1st & ref 5%s '54 ser A—J&J
Penna Pow Oo 1st 5s 1956—J&J
Pennsylvania Power & Light—
1st & ref 7s ser A 1951—-F&A,

103%

104%
104%
104%

102%

78

82

M&N

78

82

Penn Tel 59 1960 ser C

99

103%
99%

A—M&S

Northern Utilities Co—
1st lien 8 f 6s 1943 ser A—M&N

1943

f

_

1st 1 & ref

100

S f deb 6%s

98

100%

99

Without warrants

73

Oswego Riv Pow 6s 1931
Otter Tail Power Co (Minn)—

lst&ref5s 1962

J&J

90%

M&S
J&D

ser-B-_.A&0
ser.O -M&S
1st & ref 5s ser D 1953—M&S
Pennsylvania State Water Oorp—
1st lien 5%s 1952 series A-M&S

f 7s *35 with war

98

1st M 58 1957 series A
J&D
Oslo Gas & El Works (Norway)—

consol gold 5s

Northern Texas Traction Co—

s

104"

Ontario Pow 5s '43 op to '13-F&A
Ontario Power Serv Corp—

Pawtucket Gas 4s 1932

100

104

1st

86

.A&O

Ry—

Paterson & Passaic Gas & Electric

101
99

106%
105%

1st g 5s 1933 opt

Old Dominion Pow 5s May 15 "51
Omaha & Ooun Blufft Ry & Br

Guaranteed--.

Northern Texas Utilities Oo—

104%

102
100J

-

Oklahoma Power & Water
1st m 5s 1948 ser A
-F&A
Oklahoma Ry 1st & ref 5s '41-J&J

Pacific Northwest Pub

106

5%s 1950 ser B—J&D

62

80

99%

Refunding 4%s 1961—__A&0
5% % notes 1940
J&D
6%% gold notes 1933—M&N
Northern Texas Elec Co—
Coll t.r s f g 5s 1940 opt--.J&J

78

lst6%s 1943 (with war)—_J&J
Ohio Water 6s June 1933
J&D
Oklahoma Gas & Electric—
1st M 5s 1950-----M&S
Debenture gold 6s 1940M&S
Oklahoma Gas Util 6%s 1934
Okla Natural Gas 6s 1946 A—J&J
1st m 5a 1948 ser B
F&A

106%

103%

1st lien

109%
103%
102%

1st & ref s f g 5s 1951 op-M&S
Pac L & P Co 1st 5s 1942-J&J

A&O
A&O
M.&N

1941
1st & ref 6s 1941 ser B
1st lien 6s 1948 ser A

112

99%

1st & ref 5s 1956 ser A—J&D
Northern States Power Co—
1st & ref 5s

B——F&A

104

Northern Penna Power Co—

99

ser

1st & ref 4%b 1957 ser E..J&D
1st & ref 4%s '60 ser F
J&D
Pacific Light & Power Corp—

104

Northern Ohio Pow & Lt—

M&S

99%

Ohio State Telep 5s 1944
J&J
Ohio Val Elec Ry 1st M 5s '46J&D
Ohio Valley Gas Oorp—

1st & ref 5s 1955

——

1st

lOO"

102

75

Gen & ref 5%s 1951
Northern Ohio Telep Oo—
100

101

101

1st M 5s 1934-1947—
M&N
Northern Elec Co Ltd—See Misc.
Northern Ind Pub Serv—
1st & ref 5%s ser B 1960- -J&J

59

103

103%

111%

lst&ref 7s 1947

L A-Pac R R con 5s

94
100

101

94%

1st & ref 6s 1953 series O.M&S
1st & ref 5sl954 ser D—.M&S

Los Angeles Pacific Co—
1st ref g 4s 1950 opt *15--J&J

5%s 1946
M&S
Co & Nor Pap Mills—

1st & ref

101%
105%

J&D

f 5s '48 op '15. J&D
Northern Conn Power Co—
cons s

North El

110%

F&A

65

102%

106%

Ottawa Valley Power Co—
1st M a f 5%s 1970——A&O

101

90%
89%

r

75

Ottawa L H & Power—

100%

(Hoboken, N J) 5s 1938—A&O
North Jer St Ry—See P S Corp

102%

Ref & coll tr 5s 1957 ser A. A&O
Ottawa Trac 1st 5%s July '55J&D

35

6s 1938 ser A—M&N
North Boston Ltg Properties—
soc

3-year 5% notes 1932
J&J
North Carolina Pub Serv Co—
1st & ref 5s 1934 opt
A&O

96

J&D

1st sf 6s 1947---

99

m

Ohio Public Service Co—
1st M & ref 7 %s '46 ser A. A&O

Omaha & Council Bluffs
Ext 6s 1936

103
103

102%

Ohio L & Pow 1st 5s 1944
Ohio Pow 1st & ref 5s 1952 B J&J
1st & ref 4%s 1956 ser D_ J&D

Deb g 6s 2024

107%

57

Northwest Elec 1st 6s 1935-M&N
Northwestern Elevated (Chic)—
1st mtge 5s 1941 opt
M&S
Union El (Loop) 5s g '45--A&O
Northwestern Power Co Ltd—
1st m s f conv 6s '00 serA-J&J
Northwestern Pub Serv Co—
1st m 5s ser A 1957
-J&J
Northw Teleg—See W U Teleg
Nova Scotia Light & Power Co—
1st M s f 5s 1958 ser A
J&D
Ogden Gas 5s 1945
-—M&N
Ohio Cent Telep 1st 6s '47—J&J
Ohio Cities Water Corp—i
1 st m col tr 5 %s 1953 ser-A J&J
Ohio Edison 1st 5s 1957—A&O
1st & consol 5s I960-F&A
Ohio Elec Pow 1st M 5s 1957 J&D
Ohio-Kentucky Gas Co—
1st s f 6%s 1943 ser A—
J&D

-

93

90

101

J&J

-

1st M & lien 5%s 1957—M&N
North Shore Electric Co-—
1st & ref g 5s '40 op *20-—A&O
North Shore Gas Co of Illinois—

91%
92%

99%
93%
105%

-

25"

5

North Penn Gas Oo—

102

1945

15"

1st coll & ref 5%s 1948 ser A—
North Hudson Lt H & P Oo

106

100

Con 5s

Deb 6s Feb 1949

Ref M 6s Oct 1941
N Y Water Service Corp—

Oonv

NY&ER Gas 1st g 5s '44.-J&J
NY&Westch Ltg 4s 2004—J&J
Deb « 5s 1954 op guar.-J&J

98%

__

Norfolk St 1st

New Amster Gas 5s 1948—J&J

-

98%

Nippon Elec Pow Ltd (Japan)—

98%
116%
101%
102%

Equitable Gas 5s 1932. -M&S

1st ref 6s 1952
M&N
N Y State G&E Corp 5%s'62A&0
1st
6s 1952
J&J
New York State Rys—

Bid.

Bonds
Northwest Louisiana Gas—
1st M 6%a 1933 with warr_ J&D

Niagara Lockport & Ont Power-

100%

92%
1st & ref 5s 1952 series A—A&O
1st & ref 5s 1955 series B—J&D
92%
94
Gen M 4%s 1935
J&J
Inc 6s Nov 1949 ser A_—J&D / 85
New Orleans Ry & Light Oo—
107
Canal & Olaib 1st 6s '46-M&N
.99
NO Oy RR—Gen g 5s '43-J&J
N O dy & Lake 5s 1943-'—J&J
99%
NO&Oarroll con 6s Feb'33_J&J
98
N O Pow House Co 5s '41-J&J
St Charles St 1st g 4s '52
J&J
78
Newp NewB & Harnp Ry G & E
1st & ref 5s 1944—J&J
Newp News & Old Pt Ry & El
1st g 5s Nov 1 1938
M&N
Gen g 5s Mar 1 1941
M&S
New Rochelle Wat 5%s '51.M&N
N Y Cent Elec 1st 5%s'50-M&S
New York Edison Co—
1st lien & ref 6%s 1941—A&O
1st 1 & ref 5s ser B 1944—A&O
N Y Gas Elec L H & P Co—
1st g 5s Dec 1 1948
J&D
Pur mon coll tr 4s 1949--. F&A
Ed El 111. N Y, con g 5s '96 J&J

Bway & 7th Av cons 5s