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REG.

U.

RAT.

S.

OFFICE

New York Stock

Exchange
New York Curb Exchange
Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
New York Produce Exchange
Cleveland Stock Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange
Baltimore Stock Exchange
Philadelphia Stock Exchange
Los Angeles Stock Exchange
Boston Stock Exchange
San Francisco Stock Exchange
Detroit Stock

Exchange

INDEX TO STOCK EXCHANGES
page

page

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS... 18

BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS..31

PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE.. .62

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

NEW

YORK

PRODUCE

41

EX-

CHANGE

CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE
,

55

-

CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE

60

..56

PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANG E.59

63

BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE

64

LOS ANGELE8 8TOCK EXCHANGE

65

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE

66

DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE

68

INDEX TO GENERAL

QUOTATIONS

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REVIEW

OF

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TEXTILE MANUFACTURING STOCKS.

MARCH

STEAM RAILROAD BONDS

69

northern

STEAM RAILROAD STOCKS

73

southern hills

....86

canadian hills

..86

MINING STOCKS.

86

INVESTMENT TRUST ST'KS&B'DS..74
JOINT STOCK LAND BANK BONDS.

.

91

92
Ill

FEDERAL LAND BANK BONDS

REAL ESTATE BONDS
PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS—

TITLE GUAR. & SAFE DEP. STOCKS..87

...75

-.80

INDUSTRIAL & MISCELL. BONDS....83
INDUSTRIAL & MISCELL. STOCKS...87
85

EXCHANGE SEATS




B.

William

86

INSURANCE STOCKS & SCRIP—86, 112
REAL ESTATE TRUST & LAND STKS.87

JOINT STOCK LAND BANK STOCKS.. 91

WILLIAM

,

hills

DANA

U. S. AND MUNICIPAL BONDS

92

CANADIAN MUNICIPAL BONDS

94

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT BONDS....93
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES—101
CANADIAN BANK8

COMPANY,

Street, Corner of

Ill

PUBLISHERS

Spruce Street, New York.




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OF BALTIMORE
Chartered 1864

Capital $2,000,000
Acts

Organized 1867

Surplus & Profits Over $3,894,000

Trustee of

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

reorganization.
Acts

Executor, Administrator,
Guardian,
Receiver, Attorney and Agent, bung
especially organized for careful management ana
settlement of estates of every character.
as

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Trustee,

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CORPORATIONS AND PERSONS.

;

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J, NELLIGAN
WALDO NEWCOMER

JOSEPH

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MORRIS

JOHN

NORMAN

JAMES

J.

EDWIN

ROBERT

LYMAN

SHOEMAKER
GARRETT
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EDWARD

SAMUEL M.

;

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BRUCE

HOWARD

RANDALL

G.

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JOHN J. NELLIGAN, Chairman of Board
JOSEPH B. KIRBY, President
WM. R. HUBNER, 3d Vice-Pres.
H. H. M. LEE, Vice-President
GEORGE PAUSCH, 4th Vice-Pres.
ANDREW P. SPAMER, 2d V.-P.
R. S. OPIE, 5th Vice-President

George B. Gammle
Thomas B. Butler

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Charles F. Lechthaler Real

Treasurer

W. D. G. Wrightson

Secretary

Roland L. Miller

Estate Off.

John W. Bosley Asst. Treas. A Asst. Seo

Edgar H.^Cromwell,
Asst. Treas. & Asst. Sec.

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Asst. Sec.

Cashier A Asst. See.

Maurice J. Nelligan,
Asst. Cashier A Asst. See.

Harry E. Challis

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Asst. Cashier

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Andrew H. Troeger Assistant Treasurer
J. Edward Knapp - Assistant Treasurer
Robert B. Chapman
Asst. Sec.

Raymond E. Burnett

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Howard W. Baynard

-

Asst. Auditor

James S. Asher

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Asst. Auditor

I. Campbell Connor

Chalmera S. Brumbaugh-

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Asst. Seo.

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L"T

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Auditor

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REQ.

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March 9 1928, at the Post

Second Class Matter,

as

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Office at New York, N. Y„ under the Act of March 3 1879.

Copyright in 1933 by WILLIAM,B. DANA
Entered

S.

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of the publications of the

one

Commercial & Financial Chronicle and is issued monthly.
Terms for the Chronicle

States,

Alaska;

except

countries and

United

$10

are

$11.50
States

per annum

Canada,

in

extra.

Single copies

foreign

other

in

Canada, 50 cents

States and

open

for business

on

Saturday, March 4 and their operations
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Mr.

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Roosevelt took

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B.

William

the reins of government,

REVIEW

FINANCIAL

The month of March
most

was

in the

momentous

obliged

eventful month—one of the

an

It marked the

country's history.

a

situation of great

other chief

as

President of

immediately confronted with

was

peril such

has

as

never

executive in peace times.

confronted

any

The Michigan bank

failures of the previous month, with similar

difficulties

in

Ohio,

together with huge withdrawals of gold by banks, had created
a

feeling of distrust which spread with great rapidity from
end of the country to

one

of Mr. Roosevelt's

another until

tions had been restricted, or actually

suspended, in

Government, several

less

no

more

to assume

was

States

were

Governor Lehman of New York had resisted

the last moment and

banks closed for two days,

Monday, March 6,

was

morning, March 4.
carious, and heroic
The

his

proclamation, ordering the

namely Saturday, March 4 and

not issued until 4 o'clock Saturday

becoming

pre¬

difficult enough to

cope

But the situation
measures

with; in addition another

required.

were

banking troubles alone

was

were

before confronted mortal

Sunday night, March 5 to declare

on

an

he did under

an Act
put on the statute book during the war
Germany, which, fortunately, had never been repealed
and, therefore, remained available for the purpose.
This

with

forgotten statute

was Section 5 (b) of the Act of Oct. 6 1917,
amended, providing "that the President may investigate,

as

regulate
may

or

prohibit, under such rules and regulations

prescribe, by

means

of licenses

earmarking

or

of

gold

as

he

trans¬

hoarding, melt¬

coin

silver

or

any

bullion

or

Accordingly, under the authority which the
felt

was

or

in order to prevent

gold

or

President

thus vested in him under the Act referred to,

silver coin

the export, hoarding
bullion

or

"and

earmarking of

or

currency" he proclaimed the

or

four-day holiday referred to and ordered that it "shall be
maintained and observed by all banking institutions and
branches thereof located in the United States of

all

America,

during

and credit inflation which

said

period

all

banking

country off the gold standard and hence that the

greatly depreciated, just

as

the British

shall

However, the proclamation provided for important
tions

and

modifications.

be

excep¬

During the holiday period the

,

Secretary of the Treasury

conservative leaders, would

transactions

suspended."

or

dollar would become

otherwise,

currency."

by

force the

or

actions in foreign exchange and the export,

ing

being urged at Washington, in and out of Congress
very

four-day'

a

on gold exports and gold withdrawals, and to
Congress in extra session for Thursday, March 9. This

were

ordinarily

and epoch-

embargo

call

even

some

man

holiday, covering Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday—March 6, March 7, March 8 and March 9; to put

Europe had again become greatly alarmed, fearing that the
various propositions for currency

return to the normal it is safe to say was

including the territories and insular possessions, and that

existed in the fact that

menace

a

never

bank

added

list, including those two important States, New York

and Illinois.

until

eve

Early in the morning

day, March 4, when Mr. Roosevelt

control of the
to the

March 3, the

inauguration the next day, banking opera¬

than 29 of the 48 States of the Union.
of the next

on

had

as

making events followed in rapid succession.
To deal effec¬
tively with this superhuman task the President felt himself

EVENTS.

accession to control of Franklin D. Roosevelt

the United States and he

such

AND

MARCH—COMMERCIAL

OF

The task of

Spruce Street, New York.

corner

and he

certainly proved equal to the occasion.

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of the Grain and

in this tense state of things that

was

over

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ease

The situation had now

other exchanges.

become appalling.

'

sold at 75 cents per copy.

are

closed, the New York Stock j
Exchange and the commodity exchanges all decided not to

Exchange and until March 16 in the

Quotation Record is $0.00 a

Foreign postage outside of United

year.

$13.50

Territories.

and

Possessions

The subscription price to the Bank and

within Continental United

and

With the New York banks all closed*

down and the Illinois banks also

authorized (a) to permit

was

all of the banks to perform

any

their usual banking function;

(b) to permit the issuance of Clearing House certificates
"or other evidences of

claims

against assets," and (c) to

pound sterling had become depreciated when Great Britain

authorize the creation in the banks "of special trust accounts

in

for

September 1931 abandoned the gold standard.

Feeling

thus European central banks and financial institutions, in a

panic stricken kind of

way, were

balances which they had on

led

to

withdrawing the funds and

deposit in this country, and this

takings of gold from the Federal

Reserve

Banks,

half of
the

February and extended into March.

gold withdrawals

such

day after day all through the latter

grew

What

was worse

steadily in size until they reached

proportions that they threatened to reduce the gold

holdings of the Federal Reserve system to below the legal
limits.
As it happened, too, there was no inducement for
these

foreign institutions to keep their funds in this country

since it

was

impossible to find remunerative employment for

them, owing to the

easy money

policy of the Federal Reserve

System which had produced such

a

congestion in the

market that bankers' acceptances got
annum

amount

bid and
of

enormous

of

gold

sum

amount taken

of

for

$109,700,000,

the situation and

huge amounts

they

were

per

On Friday March 3 the

deposits which shall be subject to

Reserve

kept separately in cash
banks

The

not availed of to any

holidays

would

.great extent,

definitely

of

laws

such

perhaps

as

much if not

more

in

of

a

deposit in

dictator for

powers

the

upon

by Mr.

hoped the bank

Thursday

period of the

Roosevelt, conferring

emergency

indefinitely.

over

the

prompted to
proposition:

shocking to

me,

was

referred to, but the

incumbent

As illustrative 1 of the

course

the entire

Congress
to

extend

the

moratorium, and this time to extend it

of

a

extraordinary'powers

Roosevelt it

debate

President in effect the sole
was

powers

nevertheless found it
or

night1

passage

him and making him virtual

quick to grant the dictatorial
President

were

was

body of banks and the banking situation.

holiday period

gave

on

It

terminate

demanded

as

extraordinary

that in the

menace

on

(March 9) with the assembling of Congress and the

the

the gravest

or

obligations of the

qualifying provisos, though they

entirely apart from

These foreign takings of

in

Secretary of the Treasury, William H. Woodin,

formal effect to these

thus conferred upon Mr.

were

invested

or

United States."

the

general home distrust which developed, than the




new

demand without any restriction or limita¬

on

reached

earmarking

directly for export.

the metal in such

factor in the

1% asked.

withdrawn

money

down to % of 1 %

receipt of

tion and shall be

Federal

either for actual export or for earmarking, on a gigantic scale.
The movement continued

the

withdrawal

on

may

be

notled

here

the measure, which made the

banking authority, Carter Glass

while giving unqualifed approval to
"It broadens, in a degree that is almost
say,

the

currency

and credit facilities of the

MONTHLY

b

there

It is proper to note also that
hesitation on the part of Congress

System."

Reserve

Federal

not the least

was

President, Republi¬
such
a nature
that there was really no alternative but to give
the President every vestige of the authority sought by him,
since he and he alone was qualified under existing circum¬
stances to deal with the situation.
This confidence in the
President, which was a redeeming feature, was shown in the
speed with which Congress acted in putting the new banking
these wide powers upon the

in conferring

alike feeling that the crisis was of

and Democrats

cans

The Washington bureau of

the statute book.

on

measure

Tribune," in commenting on this, said that the

the "Herald

Representatives debated only 35 minutes and

House of

of which was in the hands of a

the bill, "not a copy

passed
single

REVIEW
or

corporationlsecured by direct obligations gJ the United

States.''

he shall deem
conserve for the benefit of depositors
may appoint a conservator for such

Comptroller of the Currency, whenever

The

in order to

it necessary,

the assets of any bank,

The conservator then

bank.

sume

that

enjoys all

and

takes charge

receivers, and the bank can re¬
business only when the Comptroller becomes satisfied
it may safely do so, and there are numerous other
conferred

the powers

upon

in the Secretary of
Currency. In a
general way the new banking powers looked to considerable
inflation but removed many of the safeguards and restrictions
against the extension of undue credit by the Reserve banks
and undue note issues, as well as undue borrowing by the
provisions concentrating unusual powers

and the Comptroller of the

the Treasury

only because of
world under which the
Washington correspondent of the "Herald Tribune" country was laboring, ft is significant, too, that this oc¬
took note of the quick response of Congress to the curred at a time when enormous expansion both in the exten¬
and

member,"

the measure was considered by a
and approved by acclamation.

that

unanimous consent agreement
The

also

President's wishes, his comment

being to the following effect:

drama culminated
o'clock, an emergency bank¬
ing bill which had been swept through House and Senate
7 lA hours after Congress convened in extraordinary session
to act in the banking crisis."
The same correspondent also
noted that at 10:15 o'clock, following the enactment of the
night and a day of unprecedented

"A

to-night in his signing, at 8:37

President issued a proclamation
extending indefinitely the general four-day holiday which
was to expire at midnight.
"The national emergency still
exists," Mr. Roosevelt said, "and it is necessary to take
further measures extending beyond March 9 in order to

banking

the

measure,

accomplish such purposes intended by the original proclama¬
tion of Sunday."
The reason for the extension, it was
understood,
tions

by the Treasury.

sound banks

of

Congress convened, averred that "Our
all sound banks" and he indicated that
had been done subsequent legislation should be

read

message,

classifica¬
The President's

to give time for the necessary

was

as

first task is to reopen
when this

directed against

speculation in the future with other people's

by those in positions of trust.

money

The Provisions of the

that during
"any notes, drafts, bills of exchange, or bank¬
acceptances" may be deposited by the Federal Reserve

banks with the Secretary of
notes issued therefor to

the Treasury, and Reserve bank

90% "of the estimated value of the

These circulating notes, the Act pro¬
vides, shall be redeemable "in lawful money of the United
proffered security."

Against direct Government obligations presented

States."

Treasury by the Federal Reserve banks the new cir¬

at the

culating notes

be issued dollar for dollar on the face value
And this provision is very

Under it the Federal Reserve banks apparently can

broad.
take

may

Government securities.

the

of

over

for the

issue of United States obligations and pay
in the new Federal Reserve bank note issues.

any

same

Another important
well
for

as

any

or

any

National bank,

as

State bank or trust company "in need of funds

either in connection with the organiza¬
reorganization'' of such institutions may request the

capital

tion

provision is that

purposes,

Finance

Reconstruction

Corporation to subscribe to

pre¬

The Reconstruction Finance Corporation, in

ferred stock.

turn, is authorized to

comply with such requests.

Not only

that, but the Act permits the Reconstruction Finance Corpo¬
ration,

with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury,

to sell such
same,

preferred stock of banks, after it has acquired the

in the

open

market.

It is also provided that "the

bonds, debentures and other such obliga¬
the Reconstruction Finance Corporation is

amount of notes,

tions

which

authorized and
at any one
an

empowered to issue and to have outstanding

time under existing law" is hereby increased by
out the provisions of this sec¬

amount sufficient to carry

tion.

Apparently there is

Most liberal

no

sion of Reserve credit and Reserve
a

most

limit to the increase.

Wonderful Progress in Plane for a Return
Economic

tion—His

ex¬

the

as

that the member banks may put up.

limitations,

restrictions

Reserve Board

may

and

prescribe,

appear

give the

to the kind of collateral

Again, "subject to such

regulations
any

to

as

the

Federal

Federal Reserve bank

individual, partnership

may

make advances to

Hon

on^the^promissory^notesZof such individual, partnership




any

Banking Act, as

Emergency

rapid progress was made

with

return to normal banking
and economic conditions.
President Roosevelt sent message
•after message to Congress recommending legislation to that
plans designed to ensure a

the

in

Congress responded

and

end,

by it was the Economy
to

save

proposals
enacted

Act by which Mr.

Roosevelt means
through

$500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000 a year

from

compensation of veterans and by

radical cuts in the

ing the

by accepting bis

Among the earliest of the measures

quick order.

reduc¬

of Federal employees; also the beer bill by
manufacture and sale of beer of a low alcoholic

pay

which the

having come in

authorized, the last measure

Is

content

to an entirely unexpected message

response

to Congress on

which he sent

All the different

Monday night March 13.

the

the bills considered and

separately mentioned below.

or corpora"

his

Unquestionably, however, the most important of all
communications was the radio address which he

delivered

previous announcement, at 10 o'clock

with

accordance

in

In this he outlined the plans for

Sunday night March 12.

of the banks and by his clearness of state¬

the reopening

simplicity of the language employed succeeded

ment and the

captivating the entire world, thereby winning the con¬

in

who heard his voice, and his hearers

of every one

fidence

This confidence,

millions.

numbered

inclusive, gave him

a

general and all

so

driving power with Congress never

previously possessed by any Chief Executive and accounts
for the

rapid way in which his different proposals found
the statute book, though Congress itself was

their way to

obviously most deeply impressed,

making it all the more

ready to yield to his forceful personality.

Mr. Roosevelt

explained how the epidemic of bank failures had come about,
and

all he directed attention

when you

deposit

the money
in

proceeding to restore normal conditions.

he 'was

how

First of

many

into

to "the simple fact that

in a bank, the bank does not put

money

safe deposit vault.

a

different forms of

the

words,

bank

puts your

money

bank is kept in currency—an 'amount

In

the

In other
keep the

other words,

which in normal times

cash needs of the average

the total amount of all the cur¬

He then asked

deposits in all of the banks."

question, "What, then, happened

answered

he

that

general rush by

bank

question

the demand.
moment

sound assets
at
•

on

by

during the last few

saying:

the part

And

currency

or

"Because of

un¬

of the public, there was

large portion of

a

deposits into

the soundest

the

A

in the country is only a comparatively small fraction

the total

of

to

part of the money you put into the

is wholly sufficient to cover The
citizen.

Avork

to

and of agriculture turning around.

wheels of industry

comparatively small

rency

It invests your money

credit—in bonds, commercial

mortgages, and many other kinds of loans.

paper,

a

Reserve banks the widest discretion

the

of

passage

in the foregoing,

outlined

Federal Reserve

Board, "may make advances to such member bank on its
time or demand notes secured to the satisfaction of such
This would

Banking and

Speeds Legisla¬
for the Opening

of the Banks.

After

dermined confidence

It is provided that a
bank, under rules of the Federal Reserve

bank."

already

days of February and the first few days of March?"

provision is made for member banks "in

Reserve

to Normal

Conditions—President Roosevelt
Radio Address Detailing His Plans

ceptional and exigent circumstances."

Federal

note issues was

conspicuous feature.

laws enacted are

the emergency

ers'

unparalleled crisis in the banking

the

special messages 'as well as

Emergency Bank Act.

important provision of the new Act was

One

which found warrant

member banks, all of

our

population to turn

gold—a j-ush so great that

banks could not get enough currency to meet
The
it
of

reason

was

a

for this

of course

was

that

on

the spur

of

impossible to sell perfectly

bank and convert them into cash except

panic prices far below their real value."
It

his

was

that situation that caused the President to

issue

proclamation providing for the nationwide bank holiday,

and this

was

the first step in the Government's reconstruc-

tion of the country's
second step was the

The burden of

"The

financial and economic fabric.

that

This

gradually.

holiday

law,"

banking facilities."

and there

events,

into gold

tions to take
necessities

care

and

allows the 12
currency

was

of the distribution of food and

the

payrolls.

meeting of

Federal

"The

law

new

their

new

cur¬

sound

assets."

it

because

currency

is

backed

by

$5,000 each,

circulation
of

outlined

then

reopening of the banks,

his

plans for the gradual

but premised this by asking

the

the

"The

is simple.

answer

that the history of the past few years

shall be

repeated.

We

another

do

not want

epidemic of bank failures."
"As

result,

a

will

and

•S^sdth the opening of banks in the 12 Federal Reserve Bank
cities—those

banks

which

on

*

first

examination

by

Treasury have already been found to be all right.
of all

their

functions by banks already found to

the

On

of

basis

gold

excess

(March

1).

balances
chance

the

It

That

in

in

in smaller places all through the country will resume busi¬

its

over

period in order to permit

a

the banks to make applications for necessary loans, to ob¬
tain currency
enable the
The

needed

to meet

their

Government to make

scheme

variation,

thus

as

and

detailed

worked

to

requirements, and

common-sense

carried

was

perfection.

No

to

check-ups."

out

hitch

without

occurred

anywhere, and in this city the only bank of consequence
which

not

was

allowed

to

resume

was

the

Harrinian Na¬

tional Bank & Trust Co., for which a conservator

market

all

permitted

was

ap¬

was

the

foreign exchanges, in which deal¬

on

turning strongly

States securities,

dollar

of

the

Monday

(March

in

of

favor

in which dealings

13),

New

over

responded

York.

appreciation in their market values.

United

the counter

"bootleg"

a

16), and in all
to

mony

the

the

circumstances,

dollar

restoration

closing prices

ward splurge

on

on

reaction

some

Trade, with

the

a

and the

dealings furnished further testi¬
of confidence.

sharp advance

Stock

Exchange

compared with

the

Friday, March 3, and continued their

up¬

as

that and the succeeding day, though with

subsequently.

the opening

on

On

the

Chicago

cash

at

But

to

Board

repeal

this

limitation.

Exchange, future options

at

Cotton

the

on

On

was

6.85c.

the

the

central

Bank money,

on

The

Reserve

against 6.35c.

on

March 3.

Stops Paying Out Gold March 4

the two-day bank

Bank of New

Federal

The

Wednesday

Since

It

York

in

"Times"

Governor

of

York, acquiescing in

Saturday, March 4, and

suspended banking transactions.
March

5

that

was

stated in the New

recommending

to

the

banking holiday and in itself observing that

a

Federal

be

banks, the

its

measures

against

a

mechanical

note-issuing facilities caused by the at¬

tempt of the public to convert into currency
of the entire

a

large part

$42,000,000,000 of bank deposits in the country.

The item in the "Times" of March 5 continued:




in

Even

refused to

open,

rate

any

the

the

on

been

driven

fact that

the

into

defensive

a

deposits

into cash,

difficulties,

current

so

largely mechanical.

are

do

so

cash in its

manifestly

was

entirety, bankers pointed

impossible

had

and

be

to

had gold

it

gold than

more

has held.

ever

any

As of last

of $2,892,083,000 while the

reserves

gold in the country, including holdings of the Federal

Treasury and gold in circulation

(March
and

portion of the gold lost

1)

the system

domestic

has lost

$4,344,000,000.

was

additional gold

through

but

yesterday

Friday (March 3)

on

hoarding,

was

mysteriously restored to

(March

4)

a

the System.
Some Earmarkings

On

nounced

loss

a

this
the

of

$109,700,000

Yesterday
it

transaction,
from

Canceled.

Friday (March 3) the Federal Reserve Bank of New

was

earmarking.
gain

(March

of

4),

announced

gold

through

although

that

the return

the

late

of

the

closed

was

gold

had

financial

Friday

on

York had

earmarking for

Bank

$39,754,500

The understanding

represented

(March

for

been

district

3)

an¬

foreign
such

released
that

was

of

of
gold earmarked earlier in the day, but why and how it had been re¬
could not be explained.
One suggestion was that through some
part

turned

arrangement,
Reserve

involving

possibly

certain

Bank, the Bank of England,

earmarked

the

or

member

banks

well

as

as

the

whatever foreign Central bank had

gold, was reimbursed in its

own

currency for the gold.

$500,000,000 Economy Bill Passed by House of Representatives and
Senate—House

in

Initial

Action

Votes

266

to

138,

While

Senate Passes Measure 62 to 13 with Few Minor
Amendments
—Grants

sions,

Dictatorial

Powers

to

[Veterans' Compensation

President in

Reducing Pen¬

and Federal Salaries.

$500,000,000

|

bill, under which

economy

is given practically dictatorial powers in
veterans'

in

compensation

passed by the Senate

substandally the
March

11,

same

except

and
on

Federal

the President

reducing pensions,

salaries,

March 15 by

and

which

a vote of 62 to 13

form in which it passed the House

for

approved by the House

minor amendments

was

finally

March 16 and signed by the
President, March 20. Amendments added to the bill by the
Senate, reducing from between $8,000,000 to $25,000,000
the total estimated
the

House.

on

savings,

were

passed without protest by

Under the bill veterans'

compensations,

sions and allowances may be cut by a little less than

000,000, while

of

the

convertible into

to

withdrawals

is

breakdown

has

Reserve

emphasized

(March 1),

Bank

adopting defensive

dealings

any

quote

Reserve, despite its losses, still holds

holiday despite its quasi-Governmental nature, the Reserve
was

to

or

foreign

exchange.

swings.

although they kept
credit

of

bank, except the Bank of France,

Wednesday

foreign

on

holiday proclaimed by Governor Lehman,

closed its gold-paying windows on

letters

or

incalculable

produced

banking system is concerned,

attempt

other Central

The

Proclamation of Gov. Lehman—Defensive
Step Forced by

Federal

in dollar

stopped.

some¬

the New York

Inability to Meet Heavy Withdrawals.
The

have

quotations,

any

efforts of

that is, deposits in banks subject to transfer by check, was

intended to

never

out.

was
on

of

by the nation-wide attempt to convert bank

banking authorities

York

bale, though receding

as

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

exchange dealings

absence

complete

March 16 advanced all

close, while the spot price

Exchange

New

the

of the world, foreign

The

of

March 16, the price of wheat

the way from $2.50 to $3.50 a
what

Dealings Anywhere.

American banks,

checks

although

far .as

tion, and the officials of the Board of Trade took prompt
measures

Wednesday night

excess on

foreign exchange experts said,

would

all

travelers'

position

bounded up a full 5c. a bushel, the limit for a
day's fluctua¬

Cotton

the

dollar.

account.

Exchanges not until Thursday (March

cases

prices opened at

(March 15),

that

correct that nearly all foreign

were

testified to the strenuous

nature,

were

The Stock Exchanges

reopened until Wednesday

Produce and Cotton

figured

experts

might be converted into gold yesterday if the

prevented.

were

foreign branches of

also permitted on March 13, likewise responded with a
sharp
not

$766,000,000

a

No Dollar

.

Banking Act.

The

banking

recognition of this situation that in London and Paris and

Reserve

Prompt and general improvement

about

given, this remaining excess of gold reserves could have been

total of all monetary

were

against

reserves,

pointed in accordance with the provisions of the Emergency
immediate result.

thought that

Central banks to avoid the effects of wild fluctuations

It is necessary that the reopening

survey.

in circulation

money

was

Friday night (March 3), roughly, $350,000,000

on

the other money markets

the

Under

subject, of course, to the Government's physical ability

to complete

calculations

these

of

this

in

was

even

(March 15), and succeeding days banks

of the banks be extended

it

depleted.

be sound

about 250 cities of the United States.

"On Wednesday

total

carry

increase,

the

This

recognized clearing houses.

are

in

entire

If the belief of bankers

were

most of

in cities where there
means

Of

Tuesday (March 14) by the resumption

on

money

or the equal
week ended last Wednesday,
Federal Reserve statement helped to bring

the

This would

head.

a

$7,500,000,000.

•

will be followed

for

in the last

Federal Reserve had left

(March 13),

Monday

placed the expansion of

Thursday and Friday at about $700,000,000,

on

record-breaking rise

about

Street

$200,000,000 in the last two full business days of the week.

He then proceeded as follows:

start to-morrow,

we

have

not

Wall

in

$500,000,000 had been supplied by the issuance of Federal Reserve notes,
while through withdrawals of gold for foreign and domestic account the
gold reserves of the system were estimated to have been reduced at least

Your Government does

not intend

figures were avail¬

No

not very heavy.

business was

estimates

banking crisis to

to

the

question why all the banks could not be reopened simul¬
taneously.

retired by the Federal Reserve banks to bolster up

gold holdings, and since the gold bars sold by the Assay Office

own

Unofficial

1

'

President

United

in reality warehouse receipts for gold.

are

disclosure of which

The

redemption of

in

able, however.

It

good

actual

self-protection, the

of

measures

Only gold bullion
States gold
Since gold'
disappeared from circulation in the last year and
however,

there,

half, having been

cost

part of the country.

every

these

took

Reserve

certificates have almost

to meet every

The

obtained

certificates, which
a

legitimate call.

Federal

the

be

could

banks to issue additional

Reserve

Printing in large volume to

were

presented yesterday.

was

Assay Office remained open for the paymnt of gold.

household

is being sent out by the Bureau of Engraving and

rency

by

$700,-

believe that nearly all of the

to

reason

if the opportunity

While

good assets, and thus the banks that reopen

on

will be able

ings

Friday

and

2)

Assay Office Stays Open.

the banks to continue their func¬

ness,

the New York

upon

(March

of foreign balances remaining in this market might be converted

000,000

The third stage was the series of

regulations permitting

is

Thursday

authority to develop a program of rehabilitation of

gave
our

of

events

Moreover, foreign markets had become disturbed by the course

deposits.

"also

added,

he

the

to pay out in gold and cash a large part of their $7,000,000,000 of

upon

of

requirement of time to extend the holiday and lift the ban
of

banking crisis had fallen heavily

and

(March 3) had led bankers to fear the New York banks might be called

that it became possible in view of the

powers so

the

market,

money

legislation promptly and patriotically

passed by Congress confirming my proclamation and broad¬

ening my

c

EEYIEW

MONTHLY

April, 1933.]

more

than $100,000,000 in Federal economies

expected from the section authorizing

maximum of

pay cuts up to a

15%.

In accordance with the provisions of the Act.

Roosevelt

pen¬

$400,-

April 1 issued

President

Executive order making very
drastic reductions in pensions and salaries.
on

an

d

MONTHLY

President Asks for Legislation
of

Beer—Signs

Tax Fixed at $5

In order to
for the

to Legalize Manufacture and Sale

Passed

Wines—Sale

and

Beer

Bill

Congress

by

Effective

After

Legalizing

Midnight

3.2%

April

6—

Barrel.

a

a mes¬

Volstead Act to legalize the manufacture and sale of beer
and other beverages of alcoholic content as allowed under the

The

can't

persuade myself it is in accord with the Democratic platform

we

"For

and much-needed revenue'

proper

Government," President Roosevelt urged in

Constitution.

"I have listened to all the committee discussions and all the
debat'd and
I

which

message

was

brief and read

very

thing, it sits

the

new

President
in

sale of beer and other beverages of such alcoholic content as is permissible

Constitution; and to provide through such manufacture and sale,

and much-needed

proper

a

ment.

revenue

for the govern¬

1

I deem action at this time to be of the highest

importance.

FRANKLIN

The White House, March 13,

In

D.

ROOSEVELT.

Roosevelt's

As

a

result of the enactment of the legislation, beer of

3.2% alcoholic weight,
be

to

4% by volume, will be permitted

or

sold, in States where such sale is not barred, after

midnight April 6.
Cullen bill,

The House had passed

providing for 3.2% beer, and the Senate

was

agreed

agreed to the report

roll call.

a

despatch to the New York

said:
complete agreement

a

The Senate receded from

the alcoholic content from 3.2 to 3.05 and

'

Message

its

amendments

reducing

prohibiting sale to minors under

■

1

.

velt in his message to

Congress

Congress

as

given above.

The bill

on

on March 20 by the
On March 21, the House,

Agriculture.

after extended debate in which
ton

(we quote from the Washing¬
dispatch to the New York "Times") the measure was

criticized

for 250,000

by

both

Republican

and

Democratic

opponents, voted 184 to 102 to consider the bill under drastic

procedure prohibiting amendments and forcing a vote after
four hours' discussion, thus assuring the
passage the next

day of the Administration's proposal.

March 21, President Franklin

on

of 250,000

summer

The "Times" like¬

employment

In furtherance of his

men.

essential

projects."

to

our

The President declared that
that

program

recovery

He went

to say

on

that "a direct attack

suggests three types of legislation."
as
;

measures

this problem

on

These he enumerated

follows:

The first is the enrollment of workers

now

by the Federal Government

for such public

employment as can be quickly started.
The second is grants to States for relief work.

The third extends to

.

.

.

broad public works labor creating program.

a

The President told Congress that he found "a clear need
for

simple Federal machinery to co-ordinate and check

some

these grants of aid," and he therefore asked for

legislation
providing for the establishment of "the office of Federal
Relief

Administrator, whose duty it will be to

for grants

use."

In

scan

indicating that he
the

asking for

was

President said

that

"the

110 new

of

use

The

legislation proposed provided that

each member of the civilian conservation corps

be fixed

to

be paid "at

by the President, not to exceed $30

month" and that he be

in the Senate

The

was

a

provided with quarters, subsistence,

clothing, medical attendance. The bill carrying the
authorization

of New

funds at

unobligated

appropriated for public works, will be sufficient

now

for several mouths."

rate

requests

and to check the efficiency and wisdom of their

time

funds,

favorably reported to the House

sharply

Legislation

Work

Civilian Conservation Corps.

by Senator Smith.

On March 22 the House, by a vote of 315 to 98,
passed
the farm relief bill urged for enactment by President Roose¬

House Committee

Seeking

immediately be enacted aimed at unemployment relief."

a

Farm Relief Bill Passed by House—Substitute Presented in Senate

was

Congress

to

the three

on

16 years of age and, in return, the House accepted the proposal to include
wines.

is

this

The conference report represented
main points at issue.

not being

Reforestation, Flood Control, &c.—Proposes Crea¬

message to

conference of the two

a

March 21 without

on

From Washington, March 20, a
"Times"

the month,

of

plans the President proposed to create "a civilian conser¬
vation corps to be used in simple work
.
.
.
and con¬
fining itself to forestry, the prevention of soil erosion, flood

provide

To reconcile

vote of 43 to 36, while the

a

a

by early

on

March 20 the conference report

on; on

adopted by the Senate by

House

to

so as

3.05% alcoholic content by weight.

the differences between the two bills

houses

March 14 the

on

March 16 passed the bill in amended form
for beer of

was

as

in Coiiference, legalizing the sale of 3.2% beer and

on

rest

Unemployed—Would Provide

control and similar

1933.

On March 22, President Roosevelt signed the Cullen Bill

agreed

high tariff."

D. Roosevelt presented plans for the
temporary

"it

wines.

a

high protective tariff and

a

.

modification of the Volstead Act in order to legalize the manufacture and

by substantial taxes,

Administration to

Behalf of

as

I recommend to the Congress the passage of legislation for the immediate

under the

on

,

Agriculture Committee the

tion of

'

.

'

the foundation of

^reported to the Senate until April 5.

Through

To The Congress:

on

In the Senate the bill remained under consideration
by the

follows:

.

elected," he said.

were

one

commits

provide "a

to Congress March 13, immediate modification of the,

sage

REVIEW

promptly introduced the

necessary

day jointly

same

by Senators Robinson of Arkansas and Wagner,

York, and in the House by Speaker Rainey.
measure

received

final

Congressional approval

March 30, when it was passed by the Senate

on

(without

a

record vote), and transmitted to President Roosevelt, who

signed the bill

on

vorably

measure on

the

on

March 31.

The House had voted fa¬

March 29, after inserting two

minor amendments which encountered no serious
in the Senate.

the

One of these amendments

operation of the bill there should be

because of "race, creed

or

opposition

stipulated that in
no

discrimination

color"; the other dealt with author-

wise said:
Even those who

inveighed against it voted for the binding rule and

explained the contradiction by saying they
to support

in the

upper

seems

certain to encounter active opposition in the

President

held last night with
Senate leaders said that the bill could not
possibly

house in its present form,

although

some

of its

more

details

of the

measure

were

discussed

only casually.

But the

bill's chief purpose is a grant of power to President Roosevelt and

Secretary

Wallace to be employed in boosting farm buying power.
Nine commodities

were

included:

Wheat,

hogs, cattle, sheep, milk and its products.
to

measure

secure

a

higher purchasing

cotton,

tobacco, corn, rice,

ments

The Secretary is told by the
for these commodities by

a

with producers to slash

the producer would be

The

maximum

actual farm prices for a

tax

agree¬

In return for such curtailments,

acreage.

paid direct benefits

or rent on the

withdrawn acreage.

These payments would come out of processing taxes levied
modities.

allowed

would

be

the

on

the

difference

com¬

between

commodity and the price which would give that

commodity its pre-war purchasing value.
When this purchasing value is reached, normally
through adjustment of

supply and demand, the tax would be removed.
raise

or

But the Secretary may

lower it at any time to prevent shifts in consumption.

Better to insure
powers to enter

success

of the

plan, the Secretary would receive broad

marketing agreements and to regulate, through

system, the handling of the commodities in inter-State
Added

to

the

bill's

general

plan

was

pocket veto last session by President
on
on

the

Smith

Hoover.

a

licensing

commerce.

cotton

growers

"The farmers
can

at least

then would benefit by any increase in cotton prices.

will have

a

bigger income,"

repair their buildings, purchase

ment

for

their

homes,

so

that

employment in the factories."

new

he said.




wage

scale

had excited the

opposition of William Green,

Congress

stipulated

wage

of

determined

President of the American

Federation of Labor, who said that it would set an arbitrary
of wages

tion of the

for common labor.

stipulated

wage,

is left to the determination of the
it to be known beforehand that he
the

responsibility and meant to

The Senate

With the elimina¬

the amount of the compensation
Executive, who allowed
was

name

prepared to accept
the original figure.

approved the amended draft

on

March 28;. the

House

passed the bill with the two minor amendments noted

above

on

the following

changes

on

without

a

the bill

March 30.

record vote.

In all

cases

passage

was

Another amendment,

effected

inserted in

by the Senate on March 28 and approved by the

House, repeals the
the

day, and the Senate accepted these

15% restriction

on

State loans under

$300,000,000 relief fund created by the 1932 Emergency

Relief Act.
this action

Senator Wagner of New York
was

explained that

taken because the Reconstruction Finance

Corporation had been informed that the relief funds

of

by April 1, and that State has

"With that, they

already been granted its limit of 15% under the Relief Act.
President

Granted Broad Power in Bill Passed

by Congress Pro¬

viding for Reorganization of Government Agencies—Increased
Funds for Federal Trade Commission.

farm machinery and new equip¬

industrial workers will

be

able to

obtain

Almost unlimited authority to reorganize the agencies of

government was conferred on the President in the Treasury-

_

Representative Bierman of Iowa, Democratic successor
Haugen, famed advocate of the equalization fee, said he could
the bill.

This

day.

a

a

It would pool all cotton

acreage

The

a

the elimination of

was

Illinois would be exhausted

bill—given

which the Government has loaned money, and then
give growers options
shares of this cotton in return for agreements to cut

30%.

$1

power

better balance between production and consumption.
To bring down production, the Secretary would enter
voluntary

establishing

March 21

standard

Associated Press advices from Washington March 22 said:

The principal

alteration made in the bill after its introduction in

Roosevelt

important provisions might be retained.

Actual

ity to purchase lands for reforestation work.
on

despite the conference

members of Congress.
pass

sacrificing their opposition

the President.

Nevertheless, the bill
Senate,

were

to

Gilbert

not

support
'

Post Office

appropriation bill, which

by Congress

on

was

agreed

on

finally

March 3 and signed by President Hoover.

April, 1933.]
The

Washington correspondent of the New

Commerce"

of

MONTHLY

on

March 3 in reporting

This action, taken on the

brings to

end the

an

York "Journal

this, added:

long discussion between the two brancnes of Congress

the terms of the new
powers.

over

The

incoming

Chief

investors

in

1

bonds

and debentures resting on farm
mortgages or other
agricultural securities—all for the purpose of
meeting the credit needs of

agriculture at minimum

of adjournment of the lame duck
session,

eve

REVIEW

cost.

FRANKLIN

D.

ROOSEVELT,

The White House, March 27 1933.

^

Executive

will

be

enabled

abolish executive
agencies, while the Bureau of

to

consolidate

Mr.

or

Efficiency is automatically

Farm

eliminated.
The added powers to the President-elect

are

provided in the Treasury-

Post Office appropriation upon which final
Congressional action

was

taken

to-day by the Senate in approving the conference
report.
Faced with the
prospect of preventing enactment of the appropriation before
adjournment

Administration.

Washington advices March

A few hours after the order

that

from

remove

he

would

political

who have

group

to

move

civil

the

/<'■'

jurisdiction

total personnel

a

course

of con¬

made public, however, Mr. Morgenthau

was

bring

the

patronage

been

not

27 to

said:

was

of 10,000 persons which
presumably will be reduced in the
solidation economies.

announced

The adoption by the House of the Conference
Report on
the Treasury Post Office
Appropriation Bill occurred on

In

New York "Herald Tribune" it

The order transmits to Mr.
Morgenthau's

to-morrow, the Senate in agreeing to the report dropped its fight against
the air mail subsidy
appropriation and its insistence that department
heads cut their expenditures 5%
during the next fiscal year.

Morgenthau, the present Chairman of the Federal
Board, was named as the head of the Farm Credit

under

civil

service

thousand

several

service

employees in

rules

and

in

this

persons

the

At

past.

the

time he said that the
independent audit system of the Farm Board
be replaced by the regular Government
audit and that he would
to have Paul
Bestor, Farm Loan Commissioner and

same

March 1, a dispatch on that date from
Washington to the

would

New York

like

"Times," stating:

Adoption by the House of the Treasury-Post Office bill brought near to
completion the legislation most desired by President-elect Roosevelt from

Republican ap¬

pointee,

remain

in

his

the present Congress.

He sought power to remodel the government com¬
pletely, with authority to consolidate and eliminate bureaus and
agencies

order

swiftly
with

closes

the

Farm

Credit

Agencies—First Move

Agencies Under Rider Attached
Bill—Stabilization

in

to Post

Functions

of

Merging

Farm

Board

Abolished—

Name of Board Changed to Farm Credit Administration.

The initial step in the consolidation of
government activi¬

a

subordinate

operations

the

of

Farm

said

is

the

to

over

the

It

understood

Red Cross

and the

rest

cotton

the

of

Farm

that

the

Farm

but

Mr.
remain

Board

Board's

as

wheat

Congressional authority by the

on

by the end of October.
Board's

Mr.

Mor¬

revolving fund will be used

in loans to
co-operatives.

Government

Office-Treasury Supply

stabilization

operations.

will be turned

genthau

Consolidating Federal

becomes

possible and impounds $2,000,000 of
appropriations connected

as

these

beginning of August
President Roosevelt Issues Executive Order

which

post,

Impounds Stabilization Funds.
The

and impound their

appropriations in the interests of economy.
The report as adopted
by the House to-day was a complete agreement
with the conference committee.
It is expected to get Senate approval
within 48 hours.

present

important position in the Farm Credit Administration.

'

Morgenthau indicated to-day that the Federal Land banks would
as
they are now constituted.
"Every one under my jurisdiction
Service," Mr. Morgenthau promised.

will be in the Civil

Farm loan interet rates would be
made uniform according to the time
element involved, he said, and
competition in Government services would
be eliminated.

;

ties, authorized by the rider to the Post Office-Treasury
Supply Bill, was indicated by a White House statement,

the

'

>

the agencies of the

issued

on

March 26,

making known the proposed issuance of
an Executive order
by President Roosevelt carrying out the
plans previously announced for the merger of all the agricul¬
tural

agencies

of the Government.

nounced earlier in the month

indicated

the

end

the

of

These plans were an¬

Federal Farm Board and

its

President

consolidating the various agriculture credit agencies
into one agency, viz.: the Farm Credit Administration. Mr.
said

the

as

New

head of the Farm Credit Administration will,
York

March 26, take

"Times"

in

its

Washington

advices

the activities of the following Federal

over

agencies:

'
,

Federal Farm Board.
Federal Farm Loan Bureau in the Treasury Department.
Federal Land Banks.

A

set

up

At the

bring order
balance

Corporation.

>

to

our

Secretary of

to

Commodities, &c.

Congress by President

The message follows:

that you

banks and

and
to

I

joining in emergency aqtion to

are

make

our

regular Federal expenditures

income, I deem it of equal importance to take other and
simultaneous steps without
waiting for a later meeting of the Congress.
One of these is of
definite, constructive
importance to

economic re¬

our

covery.

It

relates

to

agriculture

and

seeks

to

increase

the

purchasing

of

power

our farmers and the
consumption of articles manufactured in our in¬
dustrial communities, and at the same
time greatly to relieve the pressure
of farm mortgages and to
increase the asset vdlue of farm loans made

our

banking institutions.

measure

an

"

which

a

new

many

points of view have produced

offers great promise of good results.

I

tell you

frankly

and untrod path, but I tell you with
equal frankness that
condition calls for the trial of new means to

unprecedented

produce

the

If

rescue

fair administrative

a

trial

of it is

made

hoped-for results I shall be the first

to

and

it does

not

acknowledge it and

advise you.
The proposed legislation is
necessary now for the simple reason that the
crops will soon be planted and if we wait for
another month

,

President Roosevelt in his message to Congress stated that
with the abolition of the Federal Farm Board the further

to

our

agriculture.

Crop Production Loan Bureau of Agricultural Department.
Loan Bureau of the Department of Agriculture to aid local
agricultural
,

time

Certain

on

sent

was

March 16.

on

same

Authority

Acreage and Production of Specified

Products, Levy Taxes

Roosevelt

Congress, Urges Adoption of

Gives

Deep study and the joint counsel of

by the Reconstruction Finance

associations.

Reduce

to

special message

that it is

Corporations

in Message to

Bill—Measure

Agriculture

a

Intermediate Credit Banks.

Credit

Relief

Farm

by

Joint Stock Land Banks.

Agricultural

Farm

the

order

Morgenthau,

President Roosevelt,

Following

the President to reorganize

upon

issue of March 11,
page 1664.

our

re¬

White House statement of March 26,
Roosevelt
on
March 27 issued his Executive

authority conferred

Government, embodied in the rider to
Treasury-Post Office Appropriation bill, was noted in

by Henry Morgenthau Jr., who

placement by the Farm Credit Administration.
the issuance of

The

spring

six

or

weeks the effect

the prices of this year's
crops will be

on

Furthermore, by action

at

tnis

time,

the

United

wholly lost.

States

will be in a
discuss problems affecting world
crop surpluses at the

stabilization operations are abolished by the Executive order.

better position to

The

proposed economic conference.

following is the White House statement

of March 26:

m.'

"President Roosevelt announced to-day that he would send to
Congress
to-morrow

an

President Roosevelt's
Message to Congress

Executive order for the consolidation and
reorganization of

lation

all agricultural credit agencies of the United States Government.
'*'The order will become effective 61

for

Federal

Supervision

Legislation for Federal supervision

by

the President to put into effect his
econonjy .program by consolidation of

ment

governmental agencies.

President Roosevelt in

"This
the

order will

Post

be sent

to

Congress in accordance with provisions of

Roosevelt's

special

message

to

Congress

securities

In his
message

Office-Treasury Appropriation Bill."

President

in

inter-State
a

on

Administration—the functions of all present
deal primarily with agricultural credit,

agency—the

and
Farm

Credit

Secretary of Agriculture

credit corporations. The functions of the Federal Farm Board with
regard

that

to the further stabilization operations are abolished by the order.

to

honest

order.

A saving of more than $2,000,000 is

Further substantial savings

are

an

an¬

as

inter-State

are

and

to maintain and strengthen a sound and permanent system of co-operative

agricultural credit,
basis

of

subject

to

Federal supervision and operated

the

i

providing the maximum of security to present and prospective

'




on

obligation

earn

upon

insist that every

'.-'

the foregoing, of greater and controlling importance
is the maintenance of the long-standing policy of the Federal Government
Important

might be construed

represent will

system will produce a more uniform program for agricultural credits and
of this

business."

step in

one

newly issued securities

value will be maintained

A better co-ordination of the agencies involved in our agricultural credit

'7

by

purpose

of the

our

The

broad

President
purpose of

"the Federal Government cannot and should not
take any
action which

the immediate effect

asked

March 28.

part of officers and directors of banks and other
In his message the President pointed out that

Finance Corporation pertaining to the management of regional agricultural

ticipated.

on

corporations."

with regard to loans in aid of agriculture, and those of the Reconstruction

will result in substantial economies.

was

to Congress

and sale of all property dealt in on
exchanges,
by legislation to correct unethical and unsafe practices

the

on

Federal organizations which

namely, the Federal Farm Board,

the Federal Farm Loan Board, the functions of the

the sale of invest¬

purchase

reorganizing

one

over

by

the agricultural credit agencies of the United States.
in

Investment

protecting investors and depositors.
It should be followed
legislation relating to the better supervision of the

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1, Title III, of the Act entitled "an
Act to maintain the credit of the United States
Government," approved
March 20 1933,1 am transmitting herewith an Executive order

consolidates

of

the President stated that "the

possible interference

To the Senate and House of Representatives:

order

Sale

commerce

message

explained that "this is but

Executive

mmmmsmmmmmj

legislation I suggest is to protect the public with the least

March 27 follows:

This

Over

i

Securities.

days after its delivery to Congress

and will bring about a net saving to the government of
$2,000,000.
"This is the first of a series of Executive orders which will be issued

mum

Recommending Legis¬

or

are

as

approving

sound in the

that their

that the properties which

the part of the Federal Government "to

issue of the

new

securities to be sold in

shall be accompanied

information, and that

no

by full publicity

essentially important element

attending the issue shall be concealed
the

guaranteeing

they
profit," but he maintains that there is

commerce

Even before

or

sense

reading of the

from the
message

buying public."
in Congress

a

MONTHLY

bands
issue of stock henceforth moving

provides that every

advertised in inter-State commerce

or

advertised that

and authoritatively

sball be so thoroughly
unsuspecting public

an

victimized for lack of information as to

need not again be
the underwriting.
■

Robinson-Steagall

Act

Bank

Emergency
of Federal

Amending

Bill

Passes

Congress

Substantially Unchanged.

placed in Senate and House leaders'

bill bad been
wbicb

REVIEW

Enable State' Banks Not Members

to

Reserve System to

Reserve Banks—

Secure Loans Direct from

Provision included to Permit Reconstruction

Finance Cor-

Loan on Notes bv Debentures of State Banks
Instead of Preferred Stock—'Other Amendments to Federal

"pcnrdtioti to

stantially incorporated, while one or
added.

Emergency Bank act was passed by

The Amendment permits State banks

and trust

companies, not members of the Federal Reserve System, to
apply directly to Federal Reserve Banks for advances. The
was adopted by Congress March 23, is known as

bill which

As the Robinson bill, H

Robinson-Steagall Measure.

the

March 14; as a substitute for the
bill, the House on March 20, passed the bill of

passed the Senate
Robinson

':; <
of the measure, with certain
first mortgages at an interest
rate of 13^ % higher than the rate borne by the last preceding issue of farm
loan bonds of the banks making the loans.
This is in case the National
Farm Loan Association in the district is not able to indorse the loans.
"Each borrower who would obtain a direct loan," it is explained, "from
a Federal Land Bank would be required to subscribe to the stock of the
bank in the sum of $5 for each $100 or fraction thereof borrowed.
This
stock would be held by the bank as collateral security for the loan."

imposed on Federal
Various other amendments to the

requirements

the

without

Reserve member banks.
Act

Reserve

also

were

A

enacted.

summary

New York Reserve Bank for
The Act of Congress

April 1

Union of Borrowers.

approved March 9 1933, entitled "An Act to provide
in the Federal Reserve Act.

subsection (n) to Section

-i.—Section 3 of the Act of March 9 1933, adds a new
11 of the Federal Reserve

the currency
of the United States," to require the delivery to the Treasurer of the

in his

system

judgment "such action is necessary to protect

States of "any or all

United

owned"

"individuals,

by

Failure to comply
ury

Act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury,

with

any

gold coin, gold bullion, and gold certificates

associations and corporations."
such requirement of the Secretary of the Treas¬

partnerships,

is made subject to a penalty of

tificates with respect to

Section 18 of the

March 9 1933, amends

States

by

or

any

die

sixth paragraph of

Federal Reserve Act so as to provide for the issuance of

direct obligations of the United

exchange, or bankers acceptances
Act, and not requiring gold reserves.

notes, drafts, bills of

acquired under the Federal Reserve

specifies the conditions under which such notes may be issued,

shall be issued under this para¬
proclamation that the emergency
recognized by the President by proclamation of March 6 1933, has ter¬
minated, unless such circulating notes are secured by deposits of bonds of
and

provides that "No such circulating notes

graph after the President has declared by

the United States bearing the

Section 402 of the Act of March 9 1933,

amends and somewhat further

10(b)

of the Federal Reserve Act,

liberalizes the

provisions of Section

under which advances may be made
tain conditions to member banks
that
in

was

not eleigible

1932.

This section provides that no advance may be made under it

expiration of such additional period not

Section 403 of the Act of March 9 1933, adds to
Reserve Act

a

new

March 1, on

Section 13 of the Federal

paragraph under the provisions of which Federal Re¬

banks may make advances on

the promissory notes of any individuals,

partnerships or corporations secured by direct

which date it was sent to

merce," said:
Forewarned that several railroads will be

House

the White

this

House

approval to the bankruptcy reform

its

to-day gave

action is taken to meet the

immediately for his signature before the session

amended by the Act approved March 24

banks to make loans to non-member banks and trust
certain

companies subject to

The section provides that such loans may be
Reserve bank, after inspection and

specified conditions.

of the applying bank
loan shall be accompanied by

or
a

trust company;

that each application for a

Representative Sumners Urges Passage.

of Texas, told the
made bj' the Senate, action
bankruptcy for the present session at least would be lost.
With less
than
three days of the present session
remaining, Chairman Sumners
declared, speedy action will have to be taken.
"There are a lot of things in this bill I do not like," he said.
"I do not
think it is as good as when it left the House.
But the sole question is,,
the

At

Representative Sumners (Dem.)

time,

same

that, unless it agreed to all the changes

House

on

take the bill
As

it is, or take no

as

the bill sets up
railroads, provides a means of readjusting the
farmers, and in the case of the latter
conciliation commissioners to look after the

plan for reorganization of

especially

individuals,

of

authorizes

of

appointment

of the farmers in a

affairs

court of bankruptcy.

reorganization feature, the most

railroad

The

bill at all."

by final Congressional action to-day,

agreed upon

debts

that while such bank or trust company is
bank it must comply in all
serve

Upon approval of

tion.

be

is

directed

either by the railroad, the| creditors constituting 10% in
class of creditors or drafted by the Inter-State Commerce

presented

amount

of

the petition the Inter-State Commerce Commis¬
a plan of reorganization which may

to hold hearings on

any

itself.

Commission

Binding Plan Conceived.

Approval of the plan of reorganization
creditors.

submits the plan

debtor upon approval of an extension

amount

Except

non-member banks and trust companies.
"During the existing

Enacted for

bill, in

opinion of Chairman Sumners, are not regarded as important

by any

the

student of the bill.

Approve

Measure

for

Broadened

Powers

and

special session on March 0, would have a Democratic

majority of 22 in the Senate and 195 in the House, a dis¬

5337) amending the Federal Farm Loan Act to

the Federal Land banks in making

direct loans, and to auth¬

certain terms the reamortization of loans by Federal

and Joint Stock Land banks

was

signed by President Hoover.

passed by Congress March 3

The "United States Daily"

of March 6 described the course of the bill as follows:
Completion of Congressional action came in approval by both the Senate
and the House of the conference report on

the measure, which had been

passed first by the Senate, amended by the House, and revised by the
conference committee of the two Houses.




"Times"

added:
be

will

the greatest

Democratic majority, according to available

records, since the 34th Congress in
that

At

permit loans for additional purposes, to extend the powers of

and

in Congress Is 217—Party Has Majority of 22
the Senate and 195 in House.

Indicating that the 73d Congress, which would convene
in

This

on

consider the section for a re¬

patch March 8 from Washington to the New York

effect."

Federal Land Bank Loans—Senate

Reamortization of Certain Loans.

orize

for the refusal of the Senate to

organization of corporations, the changes made in the bankruptcy

The section also prescribes certain other conditions with

period of one year from the date this section takes

A bill (S.

proposal by a majority in

holding claims.

in

in banking, or until this section shall be declared no longer

House

with individuals permits extension of payments owed

The section dealing

by the

Democratic Margin

operative by proclamation of the President, but in no event beyond the

and

class of

is readied the Commission

with reasons for its approval to the court for final action.

regulations applicable to member

Under the terms of the section such loans may be made

Revised Powers

that stage of the proceedings

When

balance required by Section 19 of the Fed¬

respect to loans thereunder to

emergency

by two-thirds in amount of the

class of creditors will be binding upon that entire

claims of any

that in lieu of subscribing to stock of the Federal Reserve

bank it must maintain a reserve
eral Reserve Act.

indebted to the Federal Reserve

respects with the provisions of the Federal Re¬

Act and the Federal Reserve Board's

State banks, except

is in sound condition; and

controversial of the three,,

permits either the railroad or its creditors constituting not less than 5%
in amount of the carrier's indebtedness to petition the court for reorganiza¬

State Banking Department or Commission that in its

statement of the

judgment the applying bank or trust company

much of the
bill when it

before the House.

was

made, in the discretion of the Federal

approval of the collateral and a thorough examination

situation was emphasized

prompt action to meet the railroad

for

Need

by Representative La Guardia (Rep.) of New York, who did
work in drafting the railroad reorganization features of the

obligations of the United

Section 404, authorizing Federal Reserve

1933, which adds a new section,

adjourns

Saturday.

States.
The Act of March 9 1933, was

forced into receivership within

situation,
bill and
cleared the way for acceptance of the measure by President Hoover.
Efforts to block the request of proponents of the measure that the
House accept the amendments made by the Senate proved futile and the
bill was finally adopted by a standing vote of 207 to 26.
It will go to
the next few weeks unless prompt

sion

exceeding one year as the President may prescribe.

serve

bill was completed
President Hoover.
It was approved by him March 3.
The bill originally passed
the House on Jan. 30.
Regarding the acceptance by the
House (on March 1) of the Senate amendments the Wash¬
ington advices March 1 to the New York "Journal of Com¬
Congressional action on the bankruptcy

on

against their notes secured by collateral

prior to the passage of the Glass-Steagall Act early

March 3 1934, or after the

after

by Federal Reserve Banks under cer¬

and Approved by President

Hoover.

,

a

circulation privilege."

that whenever

obtain loans

Bankruptcy Bill Passed by Congress

twice the value of the gold or gold cer¬

Federal Reserve Bank notes secured by any

This section

borrowers in a locality

more

or

more

which the failure occurred.

Section 401 of the Act of

in the mortgage

requires borrowers to covenant

aggregating $20,000 or
they would unite in a national farm loan association.
Some of the restrictions are removed with respect to the purposes for
which loans may be made by the Federal Land banks.
The measuro
permits banks to reamortize the aggregate amount unpaid under the terms
of any mortgage and to accept payment over a period of 40 years.
Passage of the bill was recommended by the Treasury Department
ten

the

follows:

as

national emergency in banking, and for other purposes,"

makes several changes

when

of all the

Review" of the

amendments is furnished in the 4'Monthly

relief in the existing

«■'

on

Representative Steagall, which, it was stated in a Washington
dispatch March 18 to the New York "Times" differed from
the Robinson plan to the extent that it would virtually
take all 4'sound" State banks into the Federal Reserve
System

V

Direct loans may be made, under the terms

specified exceptions, to borrowers secured by

The bill

An amendment to the

Senator Fletcher (Dem.),

original Senate bill remain sub¬
two amendments by the House were

stated that the terms of the

of Florida,

Reserve Act.

Congress.

explanation of the changes in the measure.

In

234

time

members.

the

1855.
62

and

the House had

but

Senators and

435

Representatives,

in¬

Senate membership

There

are

now

96

was

cluding the Speaker of the House.
The first session of

composed
Senate;
House:

as

the 72d Congress that met in December 1931, was

follows;

Republicans, 49 ; Democrats, 47; Farm-Labor, 1.
Democrats, 220 ; Republicans, 214; Farm-Labor, 1.

The second session of the
duck sessions, and
Senate:
House:

72d Congress, just ended, the last of the lame-

which met Dec. 5, had the following representation:

Republicans, 48; Democrats, 47; Farm-Labor, 1.
Democrats, 219; Republicans, 207 ; Farm--Labor,

1;

vacan¬

cies, 8.
The

73d Congress, meeting to-morrow, will have the following

Senate:

Democrats, 68; Republicans, 86; Farm-Labor, 1.

line-up:.

In

addition

Walsh

of

tiie

to

caused by

Budget,

the

of

Director

the

for work in process in

was

ment

Democrats will succeed in each case.

House when it convenes.

Speaker Garner's vacancy, in the 15th Texas District, is to be filled

tonnage, though in the main consumers were

in

President's bank

the

once

Review" (April 1) of the Federal Reserve
York presents the following chronological

The "Monthly
Rank

New

of

statement to show the

tions
-

spread of restrictions

on

It
which bank holidays

indicates,

the Bank, the dates on
operations became effective

says

extensive limitations of bank

or

in the different States:
Feb.

14
23

In

Indiana.

issue

its

the

business

of

Maryland.

steel

Arkansas.

ferrous metals,

Feb.

28
1
2

Arizona,

Mar.

3

Georgia,

California,

Oklahoma,

Mississippi,

Louisiana,

of

Utah, Washington, and

New Mexico, Texas,

Idaho,

Wisconsin.

Illinois,
Iowa,
Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana,
Hampshire, New

New

Florida,

Delaware,

Connecticut,

Nebraska,

Thus

New

Jersey,

on

March 4, the

Stagnant

Again

Steel

and

as

sparingly,

Much

it

Lower Prices Than Before.

time in years.

any

resumption to depend

had been hoped would happen with the advent

even

after

tion

for

sale of

way

two

$1

any

direction.

matter of fact, it was taking too sanguine

as a

to count

kind, for

discernible in

upon

though the banking situation

even

the mend,

a

view

immediate favorable developments of that
clearly

was now

full normal functioning of the banks, for the

stated, had by

tainty regarding the

no

been attained, and

means

course

uncer¬

of legislation at Washington,

which, according to the design of President Roosevelt, in¬
some

large

disorders, introduced
make the

projects for dealing with economic

new

further element of doubt calculated

a

ordinary business

man

until he could determine whither

proceed

things

were

with

caution

drifting.

The iron and steel trade reflected the general
apathy and
listlessness which developed

early

stimulus began

the latter part of the month,
to lose potency.

It

will

be

recalled that

during February, after steel production in the
United States had increased to 20% of
capacity, the Michi¬

of

and other banking suspensions caused

2, which brought the situation down to the end

February.

In its succeeding issue for March 9, the "Age"

reported that ingot output had declined to
age

of 15%, and business had been

that mills
so

orders, it

national

was

stated,

charges,

was

though
a

might

it

was

few days if the railroads agreed to
accept

Some metal working plants had closed down because

lack

of

obligations.

funds

with

From such

of steel orders.

which

to

sources

The automobile




meet

payrolls and

other

there had been
suspensions

industry had also held

up

of

a

closing,

though

in

crisis, the effects of which
in

steel

orders

and

Steel ingot produc¬

whole had

a

re¬

industry and its customers

greater extent

as

dis¬

were

23, the "Iron Age"

to

14% of

scrap a

marked

declined

months, with

many

a

further advance of

heavy melting steel scrap at Pittsburgh, the

that amount within two weeks.

Eastern Penn¬

pig iron in substantial tonnage had been sold to

large

for forward delivery at prices 50c.

consumers

ton above current quotations.

confidence

steel

among

required
severe

It

to

remarked that

was

to

business,

existed.

producers,
start

the

a

strong and widespread feeling

This

was

who,

especially

in

evidence

knowing the length

of

of

wheels

after

industry

breakdown, had been modest in

moving

time
a'

their expectations of

nearby improvement.
Nevertheless, the steel industry
looked for visible gains
beginning with the current week
despite the fact that two of its principal outlets,
building
and the railroads, did not offer
immediate

construction

prospects for important tonnage.

bringing the situation down

In its issue of March 30,

to March

28, the "Age"

able to state that steel
production had risen to 15%

was

of the

country's capacity, from 14%, but qualified this by
saying
that the change was not indicative of
any broad improve¬
ment

in

business,

stances.
at

30%,

tin

but

rather

For example, the
a

ingots.
recover

due

was

It

was

the

to

special

Wheeling district

rise of 5 points, but this

plate specifications,

while

resulted from the desire of

to

overcome,

bank

March

of

and steel

a

country

normal flow of

of

of

be

by

the sober realization of all that remains to be done to
restore
a

aver¬

the inability of buyers to finance

this

time of

while the exuberance that
immediately followed the reopen¬
ing of banks and exchange markets had evaporated, with

abruptly interrupted

so

rolling mainly on orders placed a week or
One of the chief obstacles to the
placing of steel

thought, within

scrip.

a

were

before.

freight

of

relapse to 17%

capacity—this according to the "Iron Age" in its issue

for March
of

a

affected

its issue

pig iron in

sylvania

exchanges, all contributed to bring about a feeling of great

were

period, the

the revival of retail sales, which

However, in pig iron and steel

ton in

a

Second
,

optimism.

greater trade activity

upon

larger automobile plants

indefinite

an

enlivening of markets had occurred, resulting in the heaviest
25c.

by degrees disappeared, as no tangible results in the shape

plants, the automobile industry

brisk upturn in sales would develop soon

a

In

the

capacity.

opening of the banks was conducted, day by day, according

But after the lapse of a few days thejMiayancy

country

falling off in steel busi¬

operations than in the previous week.

Sunday night, March 11, so simple in its delivery and so

the stock and commodity

the

banking situation had been ironed out.

being felt to

appealing in its tone; the orderly way in which the re¬

on

throughout

directly traceable to the shutting

had not recovered from the bank
were

President Roosevelt's notable address on

trading was resumed

the
the

state of complete paralysis than at

a

for

marked that the iron

confidence in the business world, even to the point of abso¬

prearranged schedules, and the calm and unruffled

for

that

turn

But, unfortunately, expectations in that regard

The middle of the month there was a wonderful revival of

enthusiasm.

the

appointed.

normal function¬

ceive the required licenses to resume, the

idle

markedly

confident that

after

up,

been

the

confident

was

coun¬

with the

spite of its present stagnation the automobile industry was

after the reopening of the banks, and with a
tied

virtually

had

before

Most of the

were

ing of trade and industry was obviously out of the question.

gan

non-

periods, particularly

shade under 15%,

the further

was

closer to

come

a

activity

down of several automobile

general reopening, in the banks that had failed to re¬

in which

of

stated,

was

having

suspensions, and with banking credit extended very

the

on

measurable improvement before the end of

suspensions interposed new barriers to trade

considerable volume of banking deposits still

for longer

cover

banking

a

ness,

spring, but was further intensified. With bank deposits
unavailable for checking purposes during the period of the

as

had

in heavy

a ton

sharp price increases

steel industry

and, accordingly, trade depression was not

industry,

relieved,

of

the month.

Iron

of

to

rising

a

which

general decision among producers of

a

to

the

would bring

Industry
Though with Somewhat Better Prices for

and Then Relapse to

The banking

volved

advance of 25c.

an

further decline

of a

resumption

Scrap—Non-Ferrous Metals at First Develop Firmness

Steel

reason

level,

Although steel ingot production for the

better arrived,

Bank notes, the suspension of bank

Intensified-—-The

Depression

iron.

possibility

North

York,

Dakota,

North

operations became virtually complete.

on

higher price

a

try at large had slid off to

Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South
Dakota. Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and Wyoming.

And,

and

some consumers

for pig

'.//

C dorado,

4

Carolina,

of

and

at Pittsburgh,

scrap

steel and

and

the second quarter of the year, notwithstanding the desire

and

Oregon.

to

the

that

pig iron and finished steel not to sell for delivery beyond

Alabama, Kentucky, Nevada, and Tennessee.

Mar.

lute

observed

Ohio.

Mar.

the

"Age"

widespread expectation of

already been reflected in

27

bank

the

banking system as affecting the iron

allied industries was a

25

and

16

aftermath of the banking holiday and the reorganization of

Feb.

Trade

had been established,

system

with greater acceleration than had

March

of

Feb.

Mar.

feeling of

thus far in 1933.

been in evidence

volume

Michigan.

Feb.

banking

emergency

business would proceed

bank opera¬

beginning with the bank holiday in Michigan.

an

character of

proclamation there was a

in the iron and steel trade, and a belief that,

reassurance

Chronological Order of Banking Holiday* in Different States,

The further com¬

their shops.

made that despite the drastic

then

was

run-off election.

A

shipment, most of which

taking steel that was ready for

Lewis Douglas of Arizona, recently
will submit his resignation to the

Representative

Montana,

appointed

vacancy

considerable

Farm-Labor, 5.
death of the late Senator

Democrats, 312; Republicans, 117;

House:

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V

one

was

circum¬

operating

mainly because of

Cleveland

at

was

a

slight gain

company to build up a stock

observed that the failure of steel
business

ground lost

as

a

result

of

the

bank

crisis

might be attributed in large part to the fact that in
many
sections of the country financial
conditions were still un¬
favorable

for

business

enterprise.

This was particularly
affirmed, where the opening of
a new Detroit
bank only partially relieved
the situation,
and in
Ohio, where many small banks were affected
by the
delay in restoring unrestricted withdrawals from
two large
true

in

Michigan, it

Cleveland
ported

as

banks.

A

was

further

rise

having occurred in the

of

25c.

average

a

ton

was

re-'

price of heavy

MONTHLY

4
steel

melting

Pittsburgh and advances

at

scrap

This, it was pointed out, was the third con¬

Detroit.

at

composite price of

with

$8.21

$13.56

comparing

The composite price

before.

ton 12 months

a

ton and the composite price of finished steel

a gross

of the non-ferrous metals, the first effect of

case

of banking facilities was to bring an upturn

the suspension

March 16

and Mineral Markets" for

"Metal

prices.

reported that the trend of prices was upward, not so much
on volume of business, as the reluctance
of producers to

low-priced material under present conditions.

part with

March 9 advanced from

The domestic market for copper on

5c.

5%c. for delivery in Connecticut and by Saturday,
11, the price became established at 5%c.
The price,

to

March

month was
advance in lead

however, quickly receded and by the end of the
back

5c

to

There Avas also an

pound.

a

with subsequent decline and some of the other non-ferrous
went

metals

through

occurred in prices earlier in the month

the flurry that had

Inasmuch as deflation was now

spread belief in inflation.

again

under

operators in metals

way,

permit

the markets

basis.

Here at

New York the price of electrolytic copper

March

4%c.

from

advanced

was

inclined to

were

drift back to the pre-moratorium

to

5c.

to

8;

March

on

to

S^c.

March 11, after which there were suc¬

9; to S^c.

against
to

In the case of Lake copper

advanced from 5c. to 5*4c. March 8, to 5%c.

the price was

9, to 5%c. March 11, after which, beginning March 17,

March
there

were

successive declines which brought the price back

the

A

level

a

finished

under con¬

buying

by outside

speculative

of

cotton goods, was also a feature

gray

in prices,
registered.r In
sheetings also advances of Vs to %€.

of the month, and general advances

the early part
to

legislation

financial

new

volume

interests, centering in

of

y2c.,

approximately

goods and

were

recorded and moderate volume of business

were

the

tion,

goods, reflecting the firmer raw silk situa¬

and

appeared to be similarly re¬

divisions

other

of cotton goods

stricting Output, with the notable exception
where

production

of

the belief

maintained in

was

confidence

the part

on

that the

accompaniment of a progressive

banks would reopen to the
rebirth

very

production in this division was greatly

Meanwhile

reduced

also oc¬

actual buying of silk goods remained

though

limited.

done

was

sharp price 'advances

Some

levels.

new

curred in silk

of the general public,

thereby cleaning out meagre stocks in wholesale and retail
channels

in

short

disappointed.

order.

Here

Weakening

expectations were

again

print

of

and this led to general Aveakness.

followed

prices

cloth

Spring buying of goods

proved disappointing and there were no immediate indica¬
tions of greater

ing the
The

avidity in making purchases, notwithstand¬
of the Easter

nearness

season.

proposed legislation regarding cotton proA'ed

further

a

unsettling feature, though in the cotton market there was

surprisingly little reflection of the
tion.

The

Houses
latter

Smith

of

the

21

duck

But

passed

a

which

in

the

month.

both

pocket veto of

a

House

the

Agricultural Relief Bill

it under

cotton,

con¬

though

consideration

At the very close of the month,

the announcement of

passed

Congress

new

similar provision regarding

>a

of this legisla¬

presence

Bill

Congress before the life of the

new

Senate Committee held
the

Relief

March 4, was killed by

on

HooArer.

March

taining

Cotton

lame

expired

President

March 17 which carried the

price back to 4%c. March 24.

from

result

on

declines beginning on

cessive

considerable rise of prices which many

a

sideration.

might now be termed a wide¬

caused chiefly by what

was

"Metal and

experience.

similar

a

Markets" in its issue of March 30 remarked that

Mineral

protection
expected

quotations by manufacturers and mills as a

of

at

unchanged during the month at 1.923c. a pound.

In the

in

at $7.08 a

March 28

scrap

iron was reported unchanged during the month at

of pig

«

steel

ton as against $6.83 a month earlier, but

gross

also

The "Age" made

in three weeks.

secutive advance of 25c.

the

of like

developed in steel making grades

amount, it was stated, had

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the

the rest of

March 30,

on

Henry Morgenthau, Jr., head of the

to 3.25c. March 8 and to 3.35c. March

10, with
23.

to 3.10c. March 22 and to 3.00c. March

from

rose

back
r

the

24.00c.

to

of

rest

March

23.50

1

13

March

the

25.50

to

and then

with

month

the

8,

but dropped

fluctuated

31

at

:-;r

"•v;.

-

erratically

March

quotation

24.45c.

In the lumber business, as

1,600,000

it happened, orders kept

effect.

bales

in

the

fore at this time.

both

the market

of

and

to

cotton

cotton

had

that

mean

operatives

Avould

It

argued that if the Smith Relief

was

but would

holdings would not be dumped
withheld for

be

the time being.

com¬

regarding the working of the Belief Bill should it become
a

law.

In

this

situation

the price

of

cotton moved

raw

tional Lumber Manufacturers' Association reported that the

rapidly doAvnward the latter part of the month, after

orders booked by the

display of strength in the early part.

ended

25

March

mills of the country during the week

1933 had

been greater than for any pre¬

vious week of 1933 or for any week of
weeks in September,

a

some

Another view, hoAvever, came to the

enacted Government

Avere

wheat

taken

was

hands

be put on the market.

Bill

in

This

All this served to indicate the confused situation
existing

increasing scale week by week and the Na¬

an

on

commodity loans

depressing

on

Lumber Business Manifests Signs of Greater Activity.

ing in

Board, that the Board had ordered the liquidation

its

decline again

a

Tin at New York

March

Farm
of

Lead in New York moved up from 3.00c.

to 5.00c. March 24.

1932 except for two

and production, Avhich had been run¬

some

The New York Cotton

Exchange, like the Stock and Curb Exchange and all the
other
on

commodity exchanges ^hut doAvn

the declaration of

on

Saturday, March 4

bank moratorium, early in the morn¬

a

ning at very small figures, was the heaviest reported for

ing of that day, for New York State by Governor Lehman.

This new business totaled 180,147,000

The New Orleans Cotton Exchange had closed on March 2.

any

week in 1933.

feet

or

79%

above

Production

production.

amounted

The improvement was general,

100,538,000 feet.

to

too, the

Coast

•week

this

217 mills

mills

year

in

reported

or

1932.

any

orders

orders

the

for

1932, compared

were

larger than

as

week's big volume of 108 mills.

on

Orders hooked

Northern hardwood and Northern hem¬

largest since last September.

lock were in each case, the

of

week

were

with 17%

21%

above

Hardwood
compared with 15% below in

previous

week;

was

51% of capacity, the

same

at the

with

compared

25%, respectively, the previous week.
Textile

Trades

Banking

the

Depressed

Continue

Functions

textile

Is

Followed

and

by

the

Little

trades

the

situation in all textile markets.

in the volume of trade orders.

instances
were

other

or

the

As the funds of the industry

On the

inflationary implications of the situation,

by Ararious trade groups in

their

advices

to

their members, led at first to a rather general pegging up




day

trading

the

Avas

51 to 60 points net

78

to

business

On

this last-

With the

100

largest for

amidst

years

compared with the closing

as

trade and

speculative" account.

buying

the quotation

The

of 6.35c.

price of cotton

was

50 points higher

March 3.

on

was

The very next

marked down to 6.55c. and

irregular from day

were

at times upward and then downward
at

6.30c.

Print

64x60 after being marked
and

to

2%c.

March 20

March

and

to

60x64 advanced
and

closed

8

from

March

31

cloths
up

was

2%c.

2*4c.
at

at

Thereafter

to day,

moving

again, with the close
Fall

River for

28

in.

from 2%c. to 2y2c. March 7

marked

down

March 23.

on

on

spot

6.85c., which

March 21 the quotation got as Ioav as 6.25c.

March 31

of

from almost everywhere for

came

that day was fixed at

fluctuations

scenes

higher for the day, after opening roughly

points higher
The

the

re¬

the latter

on

In the futures market the close Avas

March 3.

on

less frozen in closed banks buyers in many

March 2

on

Exchange remained closed

Thursday, March 16.

day, however, the spot price

pressed for concessions on such orders as they

hand

resumed until

than

prepared to place under the circumstances.

emphasized

not

of

An immediate reaction to

6.15c;

suspending

opening of the NeAV York Cotton Exchange

of

wide-spread banking troubles

was

After

to and including Wednesday, March 15.

up

Indications

the National banking moratorium Avas a further shrinkage

more

6.35c.

Resumption

proved very disturbing and brought with it a confused price

became

March 1

on

3

mentioned day trading was resumed on the Stock
Exchange,
but on the Grain and the other
commodity exchanges it

on

Improvement—Rubber Tire Prices Reduced.
In

March

on

unusual excitement.
mills

AVestern pine mills orders were 30% of
22% the week before; at Southern hardwood
mills, 28% of capacity; at Northern hemlock mills, they were 15% of
capacity and at Northern hardwood mills, 34%, compared with 10 and
the

and

corresponding

before.

New business at the Southern pine
as

banking holiday already prevailing in

March 4 the New York Cotton

Avas

those of

above the previous week.

19% above those of last year

similar comparison the week

capacity

the

The price of spot cotton here in New York had

even

•by Southern pine, Western pine,
Softwood

179 mills

business of

new

6.10c.

though the reports were from an average of
Southern pine mills reported orders received by 107

last,

mills nearly as large as last

week

The

regions reported substantial excess of orders over production.

West

of

Louisiana.

sold at 6.05c. Feb. 28 and

Association saying:
All

account

on

again

The price

Feb.

28 to

2%c.

2x^c.,

while

30-in.

on

to

2y2c.

of 27-in.
March

40x30

8,

7-oz.

Osnaburgs, after rising from 4%c. Feb. 28 to 5%c. March 7,
Avere

down

to

date of March

5c.

March

31.

The

14, issued its report

U.
on

S.

Census, under

cotton consumption

MONTHLY

April, 1933.]

that

tion

votes for

at

the

of

donated

Here in

New

York

been

Japanese double extra

31 1931,

Cross.

Nov. 30, and also

on

20-22

deniers,

Japanese

crack

double

$1.12%@$1.17%

28;

Feb.

direction.

on

in

extra

$1.37% April 30; $1.42%@$1.47%

York

the

leading

lowered prices for rubber tires.

Co.

lines

announced

all

of

with attendant

tires

Goodrich Co.

on

they

would

be

materially

of
of

the reduction in

from the list

was
was

prevailing the previous September.

that

not
in

sold

new

"during the past

several

months

represented prices at which tires

practically all the markets.
lists

-we are

53 %c.

of 20% from the old

as

not reduced

such

near

list prices

rubber continued to rule at the low

decline

figures previously estab¬

on

Sept. 30;

and

asked

June

30;

2 ll/16c.

2%c. asked May 31; 3 l/16c. asked April 30; 3 l/16c. bid
3/16c. asked March 31; 3%@3 ll/16c. Feb. 29; 4 5/16

@4 7/16c. Jan. 30; 4 13/16@4 15/16c. Dec. 31 1931; 4 5/16@
on Nov. 30; 4 9/16@4%c. Oct. 31;
4%@4%c. Sept. 30;

4%c.

5@5%c. Aug. 31;
June

30;

6%c.

5%@5%c. July 31;

bid

May

29;

6

5%@6c.

use

of

of

bid

and 3

13/16@6 15/16c.

April

30; 6%@7c.
7%@7%c. Feb. 28; 7%@8c. Jan. 31; 8%@8%c.
Dec. 31 1930, and 15%@15%c. Feb. 28 1930.

March 31;

5c.

Chicago Board of Trade five
and

the

compared

as

Under

cents

Board

the
the

was

proceeded

On March 17 the May option moved
was

some

nevertheless.

compared

The

with

close

on

March

31

the

opening price of
July wheat at Chicago closed March 31

was

47c.
at

at
on

54%c.

47%c.

It is

31; 3%c. bid and 3 ll/16c.
4%c. Aug. 31; 3 3/16c. asked July 30;

9/16c. bid and 2 ll/16c.

of

March 3.

March 1 and July oats at Chicago closed March 31 at
19%c.
compared with the opening price of 16%c. March 1.

asked

Nov. 30; 3%c. asked on Oct.

asked
2

and 3%c.

011

closed March 31 at 31%c. against the
opening price of
25%c. on March 1.
May oats at Chicago closed March 31
at 19%c. as compared with the
opening price of 16c. on

15/16c. asked

3%c. bid

done in this May option

advance

fluctuations

these

on

Thursday,

prices also sharply advanced during March. The May option
at Chicago closed March 31 at
29%c. as against 24%c. the
opening price 011 March 1 and the July option at Chicago

Crude

15/16c. asked Jan. 31; 3 3/16 bid

3%c. asked Dec. 31 1932;

until

March 31 closed at 49%c. against an opening price
011 March 1.
In other words, the advance for
the month in this May option at
Winnipeg was only 2%c.
against an advance in Chicago of 6%c.
Corn and oats

Ribbed smoked sheets for spot delivery were
quoted
March 31 at 2%c. bid and 3c. asked, against 2

and

trading

compared with the opening price of 47%c. on March 1.
During the time that the Board of Trade at Chicago was

of

lished.

Feb. 28; 2%c. bid and 2

the

resumed

then trading was
an

both the State of New

and

not

was

open

peg 011

actually

percentage."

open¬

May option at Winnipeg on March 15 having been
50%@52%c. as compared with the closing price of 48%c.
011 March 3, and it is
noteworthy that May wheat at Winni¬

Consequently, while

a

an

for the

lists, the real selling price of tires is

by anything

against

as

closed, the Canadian Exchange at Winnipeg continued op¬
erations, but with no great advance in prices/ the range

The Good¬

a

as

March 1.

which

noted that

sending out to-day represent

the

bank operations hav¬

on

in

Illinois

of 53@53%c.

day's

maintained

about 20%

were

March

higher level of prices well

Tire & Rubber Co. in its statement issued March 22

have

the

It

price by the Goodrich Co.

that day
of

closing price of 48%c.

a

in the

The Chicago Board of Trade

4, moratoria

on

State

and

the

of

days

March 3 at 48%c.

the immediate future.

eventually should benefit the employee, the security holder,
the dealer and the general public alike.

three

still higher and touched 56%c.
After this there
downward reaction, but with the

of prices.

reduced

course.

promptly to arrange for the abandonment of this limit for

March 21 in announcing the elimina¬

would

costs

the

limit

eliminate

lowering

011

exchanges

range

rules

tion of all but two lines of tires, stated that factory and

distributing

a

companies

The United States Rubber

that

The bene¬

commodity exchanges concluded not to

the

March 16
at

Company, the B. F. Goodrich Co. and the Goodyear Tire
Rubber

and

with

rubber

matter of

a

free to

now

were

raising prices.

moderately higher and May wheat

March 1 of 47c.

on

commodity

comparing with $4.60@$4.65 on Jan. 311930.
industry

Chicago closed

ing been declared

1931; $2.30@$2.32% Nov. 30; $2.10@$2.15 Oct. 31 1931, and

rubber

as

first

the
was

for business 011 March

$1.85@$1.90 Dec. 31

;

result

a

large masses of wheat to the Red

that prices moved steadily in an upward

was

and the other

March 31; $1.70@$1.80

$1.95@$2 Jan. 30, all in 1932

averred

no

which the Farm

been reduced as

natural influences

During

ing price

$1.G0@$1.65 Sept. 30; s$2@$2.05 Aug. 31; $1.45@$1.50 July

year

leaving

Board,

apparently there had previously

influence in

tendency of prices

$1.47%@$1.52%

Jan. 31;

Accordingly

grain market

311932; $1.42%@$1.47% Nov. 30; $1.45@$1.50 Oct. 31;

The

Farm

the

At all events the outstanding event of the month

quoted March 311933 at $1.10@$1.15 against $1.15@

certain

stabilization

of the month occurred after the an¬

ficial effects then followed

30; $1.17%@$1.22% June30; $1.10@$1.15 May 31; $1.32%@

&

of

of wheat had

holdings

exert their normal

and comparing with $4.70@$4.75 on Jan. 31

the

the

holdings

of the donations of such

$1.47% @

1.10@$1.15 May

June 30;

$2.20@$2.25

$1,90 Dec. 31 1931;

I11

of

bales

full realization of the extent to

no

Board's

$1.70 Feb. 29; $1.87%@$1.90 Jan. 30, all in 1932; $1.85@

Feb. 29;

844,000

wheat

31; $1.35@$1.40 April 30; $1.50@$1.55 March 31; $1.67%@

Dec.

and

The effect of this would be to clear up substantially

the

The sharpest advances

quoted March 31 at $1,15@$1.20 against

were

$1.45 July 30; $1.12%@$1.17%

$1.20

bushels

a total of 85,000,000

purposes

wheat

nouncement referred to and

31; $1.75@$1.80 Sept. 30; $2@$2.05 Aug. 31; $1.40@

In

by

all

$1.52% Dec. 31 1932; $1.42%@$1.47% Nov. 30; $1.55@$1.60

1930.

wheat

cotton.

the latter part

but lost this again

$1.17%@$1,221/0 Feb. 28; $1.15@$1.20 Jan. 31;

were

relief

for

stabilization

of

including about 180,000 bales of Ameri¬

the month,

13-15 deniers

Oct.

Cross take

relief

stabilization

the

During the last two sessions Congress had

by Oct. 31 1933.

prices showed a rising tendency, beginning about

of

the month.

Oct.

Barton Payne, Chairman of

supplies of wheat from that source hanging over the market.

Haw silk

the 10th

Jr.,

Morgenthan,

Henry

Aug. 1 1933 and the remainder of the stabilization cotton

cotton of

raw

of

remainder

the

over

cotton.

can

of

consumption

annual

with an

Poland,

by

the American National Red Cross, that the Red

Lane, Warsaw.
In making this known March 13, the Com¬
mence Department at Washington added that Lodz was the
•centre of the cotton spinning and weaving industry of

about 220,000 bales,

Perhaps what served

Farm Board, that an agreement

with John

been reached

had

attache Clayton

Department from commercial

Commerce

21

March

made

Chairman of the Federal

general it was stated in a cablegram to the

become

natural causes were

that

bring better prices was the an¬

than anything else to

nouncement

Nevertheless, it was

-close down for the week.
had

indicated

it

since

all,

price of agricultural products.

more

Federation was recommending that all mills
The textile strike in Lodz, Poland,

the

Indeed the

for refraining from any legisla¬

reason

a

working to bring about the much desired improvement in

of stopping all mills for one week

66.88% in favor, but 80% was needed.

stated,

March 31

beginning
had failed to obtain the necessary majority of
acceptance of the recommendation. The vote was

12

April

constituted

advices

March 21,

on

but cannot be said to have

influence in bringing about the rise.

rise

Spinners' Federation

the Master

of

balloting

the question

on

(Eng.),

Manchester

1932.

February

Washington

at

the. Senate,

to

bales of linters in

451,239 bales of lint and 54,241

stated

Representatives
went

had any

46,470 bales of linters, as compared

bales of lint cotton and

with

of

then

and

month 441,663

States had consumed during that

the United

House

This showed that the mills of

for the month of February.

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(

worth

noting that foreign wheat

in French flour

Agriculture
domestic

on

under

a

was

10c.

a

from

Ministry

March 25, increasing the required content
from 99% to 100%.
It is also worth

wheat

noting that Associated Press advices from
stated

barred

decree issued by the

Paris March 8

that the price of wheat would be increased about
bushel by a bill approved by the French Cabinet on

that day.

The price

was

to be stabilized at about $1.25

a

bushel.

Furthermore, Paris advices March 11 to the New
York "Herald Tribune" stated that
marching farmers pro¬
testing against the low price of wheat had created a real
problem for France. "Aroused to fever pitch over the
steady

fall in grain quotations since last summer farmers
through¬
out the country have gone on
parade.
Some

demonstrations

Cain

Markets

Show

ended

Improvement—Sugar

I

Wheat
month

of

Prices

Also

Mover

Higher.

prices showed

a rising tendency throughout the
March, mainly because of unfavorable accounts

regarding the growing

winter

wheat

crop

States, and the advance in wheat carried
prices with

it.

The Agricultural




of the

United

all the other grain

Relief

Bill

passed

the

in

violence."

equivalent at $1.17

French

wheat

was

quoted

at

the

bushel, considerably more than twice
the world market price, but last summer wheat
brought
from $1.55 to $1.90 a bushel.
"Tariffs and the quota system
have kept France free from the effects of the world
over¬
a

production

of grain, but still farmers are not satisfied.
Foreign wheat has been subject to a strict quota allotment
which increases as the domestic
crop is used.
The percentage
allowed

to

enter the country

immediately after harvest

is

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zero,

burden

on

tuted

ernment

through

statement

sued

a

July

it would

market of old

"Times"

,

Government would finance the

Petroleum and Its Products—The Crude OilMarket Again Becomes

Demoralized-—East Texas Crude Sold Far Below

Crude oil production
is

run

' *

,.

,.

Crude Oil.

ran

Posted Prices.

wild in east Texas and other

In east Texas production on Monday, March

reported to have received 900,000 barrels in a test
against the field allowable of 400,000

of two hours as

40c. for 40 gravity and

30c. for below 36 degrees gravity to

prices ranging from 6c. to 37c. a

for 33-gravity, with a 2c.

at Kettleman Hills is 66c.

by major companies.
6.—The Texas Co. reduces Gulf

March
13c.

The new prices were-

39-gravity and above.

gravity, to a top of 78c. for
met

The average reduction was 25c. a
the former $1 level to 75c.
The price
advance for each higher

barrel.

barrel, reducing the base price from

Coastal crude oil from 8c. to-

barrel, depending upon locality.

a

Gasoline and Kerosene.

Co. of New Jersey meots He.

March 2.—Standard Oil

reduction posted:

kerosene prices.
New price of 5 He
gallon effective throughout territory with exception of Baltimore, where

by other major marketers in tank car
a

price is 5He.
March 2.—Standard Oil Co. of Ohio posts

of New

Co.

York advances gasoline tank

service station prices 2c. at Rome,

Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey reduces

March 13.—-Effective March 11,

prices 4Hc. for U. S. Motor and 5c.

gasoline tank car price %c., with new

Baltimore.

for Standard at New York and

Oil Co. of New York reduces

13.—Standard

March

prices He.

gallon at New York, Boston Providence

a

March 14.—Standard of New Jersey advances

Raleigh, N. C., and tank wagon gasoline

at

March

lc. a gallon at the same point.
price reduction and

and Fire Chief at 5c. per gallon.
Seattle, Washington, advanced 5c.

Retail gasoline prices In

20.

March

tank car gasoline

and Portland.

retail gasoline 2c. a gallon

The Texas Co. meets gasoline tank car

18.

posts United States Motor at 4He.,

a

gallon at Utica, N. Y.»
N. Y.

price lHc. a gallon, and retail price 2He. a

wagon

and tank wagon and

10c. for regu¬

plus 5c. in State and Federal taxes.

Oil

13.—Standard

March

lc. advance in all three grades,

New prices are 13c. for Ethyl,

throughout State.

lar. and 8c. for third grade,

14c. a gallon for the three
simultaneously from 4c. to 6c. a
conditions in the Pacific North¬
%
of California posts reductions in northern

gallon, with new prices being 20c., 17c., and

Wholesale prices were advanced

grades.

gallon, depending upon local competitive
west territory.

March 28.-—Standard Oil

Co.

part of State, new prices being

20c. for Ethyl and 17c. for Standard,

lc., and 13Hc. for third grade, a cut

reduced

of lHc.

each

In the southern

advanced lc. a gallon to 11.9c., and prices
of Ethyl and Standard were unchanged at 18Hc. and 15Hc., respectively.
March 29.—Standard of New York advances service station and tank
part of the State a third grade was

.

wagon

per

Buffalo-Niagara Falls district.
all grades of

gasoline prices lc. a gallon in the

March 29.—Standard

gasoline lc.

a

of Ohio, effective March 30, advances

Also inaugurates discount of lc.

gallon throughout State.

gallon on cash sales
29.—Standard of New York advances

March

in Massachusetts, Rhode Island

station prices lc.

Co.

Refining

29.—Atlantic

March

meets

tank wagon and service-

and Connecticut.

Standard advance in New

England.

v.
29.—Atlantic

March

Refining Co.

Pittsburgh tank wagon was raised He. to

and service station lc. to 10c.; in

9Hc., and service station He. to 10Hc.;
advanced He. to

wagon and service
advancing He. to 9He.»

advances tank

prices in Philadelphia, tank wagon

station gasoline

9Hc. and service station

in Wilmington, Del., tank wagon
unchanged at 10c., all prices being,

exclusive of taxes.

Matters—Intergovernmental Debt Negotiations.

Foreign

Tbe swift sequence

of banking developments in tlie

United

accompanied by a series of disturb¬
occurrences, some of them of grave import..
Of more immediate concern was tbe resumption by the
new
Administration
of
preliminary conversations with
representatives of foreign governments regarding the for¬
mal review of the intergovernmental debt question.
The
exploratory discussions, designed to clear the approach to
the formal conferences, were taken up again late in the
month, when the diminishing incidence of the banking crisis,
provided the first opportunity for the new authorities in.
Washington to take up this matter in their official capa¬

cities.

It

was

indicated March 15 that President Roosevelt

Tuesday, March 28 it was reported that
20,000 barrels had been sold on a basis of 13c. a barrel as

and Secretary

against the posted price at east Texas of 50c. a barrel.

British Ambassador,

barrels,

Co. posts reductions of 6c. to 11c.

Gray County was cut 6c. to new range

barrel in Panhandle crude.

States during March was

coming crop estimated at about 21.000,000 bags.

27

of crude oil and

surplus stocks, freeing the coffee^
ing external
before the new crop comes in.
The

statement also said that the

large fields.

order was not affected by the
all the principal

new

of
above; Carson
and Hutchinson Counties reduced 11c., new schedule ranging from 20c. for
below 36 gravity to 30c. for 40 gravity and above.
Humble has also posted
a flat price of 30c. a barrel for Jones and Fisher County crudes.
March 5.—Standard Oil Co. of California posted reductions on crude-

a

stated that the Gov¬

up

stocks

This

In the following we show

March 1.—Humble Oil & Refining

the National Coffee Department had is¬
on that
day saying that by the end of

buy

new

price changes of the month both in the case
the refined product.

the

New York

a

Court decision.

Coffee prices

the

daily average of

a

The Commission on March 9 had insti¬
order permitting a total daily allowable of

400,000 barrels.

of gasoline

showed a rising tendency the early part of
month, amounting almost to a cent a pound, but beginning
with March 15 the tendency was reversed and the whole
of the advance lost.
No. 7 Rio for spot delivery in the
New York market was quoted March 31 at 7%c. against
8@8y8c. Feb. 28; 8V2c. Jan. 31; S^c. Dec. 31 1932; 8y2c.
Nov. 30; SV^c. Oct. 31, and the nominal price of 10c. bid
on Sept. 28.
This compares with 8%c. bid Aug. 31; S^c.
July 30; 7%c. on June 30; 8y2c. May 31; 7%@7%c. April
30; 71/ic. March 31; 7%c. Feb. 29; 7%c. Jan. 30; also with
7@71/4c. Dec. 31 1931; 61/^@6%c. Nov. 30; 5%@6c. Oct. 31;
5y2c. Sept. 30; 5y2@5%c. Aug. 31; 5%@6c. July 31; 6%@
7c. June 30; 6%c. May 29; 6y2@6%c. April 30; 5y2c. March
31; 5%@5%c. Feb. 28; 6%c. Jan. 31, all in the year 1931,
and with 7%@7%c. Dec. 31 1930.
No. 7 Santos, March 31 was quoted at 8@8}4<j. against
81/4@8y2c. Feb. 28; 8%c. Jan. 31; 9c. Dec. 31 1932; 9y2c.
Nov. 30 and lO^c. Oct. 31.
There was no quotation Sept. 30
1932 for this grade, but earlier in September the price was
14c. bid.
This compares with 12%c. Aug. 31; HH4C. July 30;
9%@9%c. June 30; 9%@10c. May 31; 9c. April 30; 8%C.
March 31; 8^c. Feb. 29; 8%c. Jan. 30. It also compares with
8@8^4c. Dec. 31 1931; 7i/4@71/2c. Nov. 30; 7%c. bid Oct. 31;
6%@7c. Sept. 30; 6%@6%c. Aug. 31; 7y2@7%c. July 31;
81/^@9c. June 30; S^tgS^ic. May 29, and the same figures
for April 30; 7%@8c. March 31; 7%@8c. Feb. 28; 8%@9c.
Jan. 31, all in the year 1931, and with 8%@9y:c. Dec. 31
1930, and 1114 c. Oct. 31 1930.
The sale of the 62,500 bags of Santos coffee from the
Grain Stabilization Corporation's March allotment brought
prices ranging from 8.76 to 8.83c. a pound on March 21.
This compared with prices of 8.53 to 9.05c. received the
previous month for the last lot of 41,750 bags sold from
the February allotment.
A cablegram from Rio de Janeiro

field to

oil

Texas

east

the

290,000 barrels.

the industry and on the consumer.

March 22 to

in

tion

proration orders

Commission which limited produc¬

Texas Railroad

of the

get

held invalid oil

March 18

Houston

from

4jumpy' over the large crop of 1932."
Sugar prices enjoyed a further sharp rise during March.
Cuban raw sugar, as against 0.87c. Feb. 28 touched 1.05c. on
March 21.
The wholesale price of refined sugar at the
leading refineries which had remained unchanged during
February at 3.90c. was advanced to 4.10c. on March 8 and
was further marked
up to 4.20c. at the close of business
on March 21.
Advices from Havana March 23 to the New
York "Times" stated that the proposed extension to Jan. 1
1934, of the 700 000 ton sugar pool scheduled to terminate
on July 1 and an additional proposal to include in the pool
sugar of the present crop had brought forth a storm .of
protest from small producers.
The pool was formed in
July 1932 and included sugar of the 1931 and 1932 crops,
which was destined for exportation to the United States.
The plan was to segregate' the sugar for six months, but
the period later was extended another six months.
It
was
said that despite the provisions of the Presidential
decree for the formation of the pool, which made contribu¬
tions by producers obligatory, only 435,009 tons had actu¬
ally been segregated so far and it was now proposed to
complete the 700,000 tons with sugar of the present crop.
Montreal advices March 23 to the New York "Journal of
Commerce" stated that a new sugar tax had been announced
in the Canadian budget the day before of 2c. a pound on
sugar imported into or refined in Canada, and that strong
opinion prevailed that the new tax would place a heavy
to

according to advices

three-judge Federal Court at Tyler

A

but it Iras reached 90% just prior to a new threshing
The Minister of, Agriculture advised farmers not

season.

and on

Secre¬
conference of the Gov¬

of State Cordell Hull were considering means

for further study

of this thorny problem, together with the

Sir Ronald Lindsay, and Ms financial

tary of the Interior Ickes called a
of the oil States on March 27 and at the Conference

adviser, T. K. Bewley.

ernors

tion of the British debt "will be studied

frankly declared that "the Nation's oil resources are being

tions of

squandered at
of

the

oil

a

riotous rate."

While the representatives

attentively he stated
that "the rapid exploitation and depletion of new fields
cannot be controlled, or even checked under existing condi¬
tions of private surface ownership, with the resulting insen¬
sate rivalry in acquiring title to oil at the surface unless
and until some competent superior authority assumes actual
and positive control and exercises sane regulatory power
commensurate with an intelligent public policy."
The pro¬
posed complete shut-down of all flushed fields in Cali¬
fornia, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico for a
this effect

was

passed

on

to President Roosevelt bv Secre¬

tary Ickes in which the Chief Executive

was

urged to call

the Governors of the States mentioned to close these
pools immediately. This the President did early in April
upon




lands

In all probability the specific ques¬
first, and the obliga¬

wiR be

surveyed progressively there¬

after.

producing States listened

two-week period was agreed upon and a recommendation to

other

From the Administration
as

much

that

point of view,

a

matter of almost

difficulty as the debts themselves is the attitude

Congress might take toward any attempted agreements;
/Congress has gone

for revision of the war debt settlements.
on

record

a

number of times

if any

decidedly opposed to any
debts, and difficulties loom

as

further downward scaling of the

attempt to readjust the debts appears to infringe on

Congressional prerogatives.
President

Roosevelt

would

It was rumored March 20 that
power to act on the debt

seek

problem under the unusual expedient of
resolution"
Such
it

Congress,

to

be

a

framed by

joint "advisorythe Executive.

suggestions were promptly repudiated, however, and
intimated that specific recommendations

concerning;
principal debtor nations probably will beby the President.
It is worthy of note, meantime, that

was

treatment
made

of

of the

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plans for reducing the debt payments may take some time
to develop.
"It was stated at the White House that the

to

President

expects the June 15 payments to be made," - a
dispatch of March 21 to the New York "Heraid Tribune"

European armies.
France and Germany, the Prime Min¬
ister declared, would have to agree to a balance sheet of

said.

risks, whereunder armaments would be reduced on one hand"
and security guaranteed on the other.
The size of tanks
and land cannon would be strictly limited, and 500 airplanes
ahotted to each great Power, with civil aviation brought

way

a4:-■

■■

Secretary
exploratory

Hull

Ronald

conversations

March 24,

on

Sir

and

and it

Lindsay resumed their
debts in a determined

the

on

was reported

that plans for the
Economic Conference

long-projected World Monetary and
discussed at the

were

same

the French Ambassador,

time.

President Roosevelt and

Paul Claudel, conversed for

time

a

200,000, with suitable numbers remaining in the colonies.

Precise figures also were suggested for all other

France and

under control.

Continental

Italy, under the naval section,

be

would

brought into the London naval accord of 1930.
"The outstanding features of the British draft treaty are

March 27, and it was widely assumed that the talk touched
the debt problem.
After a number of additional meetings
between Secretary Hull and Ambassador Lindsay late in

its precision in figures, its vagueness in its political

the month, these officials found it advisable to issue

Geneva dispatch of March 16 to the New York "Times" said.

on

ment that

debt offer had been made by Sir Ronald, and

no

that the conversations

merely exploratory.

were

tive discussion of the world economic
ther

indicated,

the agenda
at Geneva.

state¬

a

confined to

was

The tenta¬

situation, it

those topics

fur¬

was

contained

in

recently prepared by the preliminary committee
While these Washington conversations were in

progress, a series of similar discussions

inaugurated in

was

security
provisions, and the relative smallness in both categories of
the

the

sacrifices

British

"The

new

Conference

ment

March 29 for

25.

No progress was discernible

but

the Dec.

interest, owing to the default by that country on
instalment.
It was reported
persistently from

15

Paris that

the French Government was
seeking means for
making the payment of $19,261,000 now long overdue.
An
attempt to bring the matter forward for Parliamentary con¬

sideration

made

was

by Deputy Rene Richard, March 18,
inviting the French Government
$20,000,000 credit at the disposal of the United

in the form of
to place a

a

resolution

:

began to debate the plan, but adjourned
Easter holiday which will last until

an

eral talks with the Prime

negotiations occasioned'

a

broader

and

before Mr. MacDonald started off

enormous

to make,"

thus far is to put the discussion
basis," the report added.
It was
speedily made clear in Geneva that the plan would hardly
prove acceptable to all the nations.
The General Disarma-,
a

London by Norman H. Davis, special representative of the
United States in Europe, and Prime Minister
Ramsay MacDonald.
The view was expressed by Mr. Davis after sev¬

Minister, on March 29, that the
World Economic Conference may be held in
May.
The question of the French debt

propose

great contribution

on

themselves

British

or

The ink

other plan of disarmament.

any
on

April.

toward acceptance of the.

the British disarmament

plan had hardly dried

another of his

on

slightly quixotic adventures in search of

The Prime Minister

dashed

from

Geneva

engaging

,

formulae.

peace

to

Rome, where,
he conferred with Premier Benito
Mussolini, March 18 to20, on the general European situation.
It was announced
officially in a Joint communication, March 19, that the
Italian Premier

had laid before Mr. MacDonald

a plan for
European Pow¬
and Italy—in order

the collaboration of the four great Western

ers—Great Britain, France,
Germany
to insure a long period of
peace for

Europe and the world.

Under this project the four countries would

"reach

an

.

un- v

derstanding

quietly pigeon-holed the resolution, however, after the
Cabinet decided not to make the question a
political issue

on larger political questions, with the object
securing collaboration in an effort to promote in the.
spirit of the Kellogg-Briand pact and a "no force
declara-.
tion" the peace desired.
This plan is understood to call for J

at this time.

On this side, Secretary Hull was
questioned
by newspapermen, March 24, as to whether debt conversa¬

the

tions would be carried

which

States

Government.

The

Chamber

Finance

Commission

with the defaulting governments.
"I cannot say at the present time that we would sit in
with
those governments in future discussions of their
debts,"
he replied.
White House officials were
on

reported, March 29.

saying they had definite information that France

as

pay

the instalment due last December "within

time."

would

reasonable

a

The

for

Efforts

at

Disarmament.

disarmament

and

for preventing
European
flaring into open warfare were
strenuously during March.
They were hastened
and heightened by the advent of a
Fascist dictatorship in
Germany after the parliamentary elections in that country
national

carried

on

rivalries

from

on

March 5.

Chancellor Adolf Hitler, it was
realized, would

not be content with the mild nationalism of
the succession
•of Ghancellors under
republicanism in the Reich and would
try to obtain concessions of various kinds that have been

denied

Germany under the Treaty of Versailles by the victor

nations
an

of

the World

War

since

1919.

The possibility

alliance of the two

appeared

too

nationalistic
evitable.

grave

policies

All

the

of

Fascist States, Italy and
Germany,
to discount, and more

aggressively

by

both

Balkan

these

and

countries

Baltic

seemed

countries

in

are

developments occa¬
widespread apprehension throughout the
world, the
because the great European States are
now aligned
definitely than ever before in favor and

sioned

so

against

vision of the Versailles
pact.
The need for energetic action

British

Government,

prevent

the cross-currents

which

with

great celerity to
of international aims and
pur¬

in Europe from occasioning further ill-will.
Ramsay MacDonald and Foreign

poses

Minister
John

Simon

intention of

left London

re¬

realized keenly by the

was

moved

Prime

Secretary

on

Sir

March 9 for Geneva, with the

"saving" the General Disarmament Conference

from

the oblivion

since

its

very

into

which

inception

it

has

Feb.

on

2

steadily been sinking

1932.

Fears

that

Ger¬

might announce an intention to re-arm without
wait¬
ing for treaty revision were understood to be
many

chief

reasons

ceeding to the
cussed

the

Edouard

for

the

among

new

effort

League city,

situation

Daladier

the

Geneva.

two

thoroughly

and

at

in

Foreign

British
Paris

Minister

Boncour.
Prime

General

Minister

MacDonald

laid

Disarmament; Conference,

before
on

Premier

Joseph
the

a

Paul-

somnolent

16,

a

new

"suggestion"

treaty, he proposed, would

transitional period of either
disarmament provisions of the
a

the

pro¬

officials dis¬
with

March

British plan for
disarmament, contained in
for a treaty of 96 articles.
This
be for

Before

five years the
Versailles treatv as applied
to Germany to lapse at the end
of the selected
period and
the Reich restored to full
theoretical equality with other
Powers.
Under it, the armies of
Europe would be reduced
by 1,000.000 men.
German effectives would be
increased
from 100 000 to 200,000 men,
while the French
army would
be curtailed from 578.900
Continental




one

are

World

particularly resented by the defeated nations of
War, and for a conference of Premiers of the

four Powers.
assuances

To press representatives M. MacDonald
gave
no
treaty had been concluded by Great

that

Britain and Italy.
From Rome Mr.

MacDonald proceeded directly to
Paris,.
further series of conversations with Premier
Daladier
and his associates on the four-Power
a

proposal.
Apparently
very little enthusiasm was engendered in French breasts
by the plan for revision of the Versailles treaty. A formal

statement indicated that the usual
of views had occurred.

or

European effectives

"satisfactory" exchange

"The French Ministers thanked their

colleagues for the information they furnished, which will
enable them to proceed to a closer
study of the proposals put
before them," the announcement read.
"They will

municate

further

with

each

other

without

com¬

delay.

The
Ministers affirmed their desire to see established
the interests of peace within the framework
and in

French
in

the

spirit of the League of Nations loyal co-operation between
the four European Powers who are
permanent members of
the League Council."
of

The four-Power plan was
explained briefly in the House

Commons,

March

"The

a

profound unrest, and they are regarded
everywhere
as so many tinder boxes which
might start a European con¬
flagration at any time.
The course of

more

the

in¬

state of

more

strengthening of arbitration machinery, for a pledge
by the Powers to revise those clauses of existing treaties

for

.

Efforts

of

conversations

work

of

23,

in

by

Rome

Prime

Minister

MacDonald.

amounted

to this," he said,
"that while it Is perfectly
plain to everybody that national
life on the Continent is
being revitalized, the four Powersshould meet before they might be driven
apart, and try toremove by negotiation the
dangers which would have to be
met eventually anyhow.
I express no opinion on that, but
I have
strong hopes of the result."
The aim for
preservingpeace, he added, should be carried out within
the frame¬

should

the

be

League of Nations,

and

the

smaller

Powers

consulted.

Co-operation along broad lines, Mr.
MacDonald stated, "might well draw to it
the sympathy an<T
aid of our great friends
across the Atlantic."
Although Prime Minister MacDonald pleaded
for his proposals, little
enthusiasm

any

land.

owing,

as

The
one

British

public

earnestly

was

shown for

them

in

was

remarkably apathetic,,
report pointed out, to the fact that so
many

plans have been heralded with so
many flourishes of
trumpets in recent years.
French comment was
cautious,
but cold.
The German press is not a
reflector of publicopinion, under Hitler, and much the same still
applies to
peace

the Italian press under
Mussolini.
It was
quickly madeapparent by Poland and the nations of the
Little Entente
that the British and Italian
plan would come to grief and'
perhaps do much more harm than good.
Officials of these
countries began a swift movement
for closer

integrationof their interests,
obviously in answer to the threat of a
four-Power hesremony of Europe.
The countries
comprisingthis group, Poland.
Czechoslovakia, Rumania and -Yugo¬
slavia.
are all allies of France, and
it is thus plain that theFrench reaction to the four-Power
plan will defeat it.

The

Development of Hitlerism—The Attacks

The events in

Germany

on

the Jews.

were

partly responsible for the
quickened endeavors to soothe
international susceptibilities
are
not yet
sufficiently clear for precise analvsis.
Thepeople of the Reich went to the
polls on March 5^and voted'
for

parliamentary representatives

under

conditions which*

,

hardly seemed to make a free choice possible.
Chancellor
Hitler and liis lieutenants engaged in an election campaign

the necessary number of votes for control
matter how these results were achieved.
The radio and other means of general appeal were monopo¬
lized by the National-Socialists, or Fascists, while oppo¬
sition newspapers of all stripes were ruthlessly suppressed.
In the election,
then, approximately 39,000,000 Germans
went to the polls, and of this number 17,300,000, or nearly
44%, voted for "Nazi" candidates, while a further 3,100,000
voted for their allies, the Nationalists.
This gave the Nazis
288 seats in the Keichstag and the Nationalists 52, or a total
of 340 supporters in a house that numbers 052.
Elated by these results, which Hitler proclaimed on many
previous occasions would not make any difference in any
event, the Fascists set about consolidating their rule in
the Keich.
All the State governments were immediately
supplanted by Fascists regimes.
The republican colors
of the last 14 years were abandoned, and in their place
Grerniany adopted the old imperial flag of red, white and
black, with the swastika emblem of the Nazis superimposed.
The organization of the Third, or Fascist, Keich, was com¬
pleted on March 22, when the preponderantly Nazi Keichstag
met at Potsdam to symbolize the return of the monarchical
spirit in Germany.
Two days later the Keichstag held its
first ordinary session in Berlin, with the preponderance of
the Fascists lifted into even greater prominence by the fact
that all the Communist and many Social-Democratic party
members were in prison and, of course, could not attend.
Chancellor Hitler asked the Keichstag to grant him dicta¬
torial powers for a period of four years, and this bill, which
radically alters the German Constitution and form of gov¬
ernment, was accepted by the ample majority of 441 to 94.
The Keichstag thus passed into innocuous desuetude, as
the body will be reassembled from time to time only to hear
designed to obtain

of the Keichstag, no

the decisions of Hitler and
In

the course

of the

his colleagues.

The revolution now com¬
pleted in Germany is the most bloodless and disciplined in
history, and it will be kept so, the Chancellor declared.
Much of the address was devoted to a repudiation of foreign
criticism of his regime.
The Chancellor relegated the issue
of the monarchy to the background, but he emphasized again
the need for destroying German Communism.
Early convo¬
cation of the proposed World Economic Conference wras
ifavored by Herr Hitler, who intimated that the Reich dele¬
gation would press for a downward revision of interest
rates on private loans.
The German railways must be re¬
turned to State ownership, he asserted, and relief for Ger¬
man
peasants from their present economic plight was
promised.
No exi>eriments are to be made with the cur¬
rency, the Chancellor said, and efforts will be made to aug¬
ment foreign trade.
Turning to foreign affairs, Chancellor
Hitler said the Fascist Government

hand
is

is ready to stretch out a

in honest friendship, provided there

to every people

Thanks were ex¬

willingness to forget the sad past.

a

pressed to Prime Minister MacDonald for the proposal of a
concrete disarmament' plan, and the Chancellor also wel¬

proposal of Premier Mussolini of Italy for a
Powers. The address

the

comed

concert of the four Western European

Was considered moderate by most observers.
direct

a

outgrowth of

the

Fascists in Germany, an outcry has
the

in

faith

Keich.

the

mitted

to

many

Hitler

is

known

have

to

a

marked

and this feeling was apparently trans¬

aversion for Jews,

of his followers.

Jews were beaten and

insulted

during the election campaign, and these methods
did not cease with the election. Ten instances were reported
of mistreatment of American Jews residing in Germany,
protests were lodged with the Foreign Office in
Berlin by Ambassador Frederic M. Sackett.
Protest meet¬

and

two

ings against the treatment of Jews were organized in the
United States and other countries, and the excitable officials
of

Fascism
Jews

that

were

Germany.

against
tions

to have reached the absurd conclusion
carrying on a world-wide propaganda

appear

Fascists

the

In

answer

indulged

in

to
a

the

foreign

one-day

demonstra¬

boycott of

the

600,000 German Jews on April 1.
of American newspapers
was

deal

good

a

Reliable correspondents
in Germany were agreed that there

of mistreatment

denied that "atrocities"

were

of

Jews,

committed.

but

they

all

An inquiry made

by American diplomatic and Consular officials at the re¬
quest of Secretary of State Cordell Hull resulted in similar
conclusions.
Japan

Withdraws from the League Because of Opposition to Its
Manchurian Policy.

On

the

other side of the world, in Manchuria,
disturbances have been in progress, and as

equally

result
clashing of Japanese and other interests in that
sphere, Tokio notified the League of Nations on March 27
that Japan would withdraw from that body at the end of

grave

of

a

the

the

necessary

two-year

the Chinese Province of

notification

period.

Conquest

of

Jehol, north of the Great Wall and

adjoining Manchuria to the west, was completed by Japa¬
nese warriers late in February, and no noteworthy resist¬
ance

was

made by the Chinese to the advance

tion.

It

East

that

was

and occupa¬

bluntly reported in dispatches from the Far

China

lost

the

Province

through

treachery.

tVorld opinion regarding the latest extension of Japanese




remained decidedly ad¬

the mainland of Asia

on

month of careful consideration the Japa¬
Government
announced
its
withdrawal from .the

and after

nese

a

Minister Yasuya

In a brief note to Geneva, Foreign

League.

repeated the familiar Japanese contention that the
sole aim of the Tokio Government is to insure peace in

Uchida

East, and that withdrawal seemed the only recourse
of the differences of opinion on the procedure ex¬

the Far
in

view

pressed in Geneva.
A formal statement was issued at the
same time, however, to indicate that Japan does not intend

this

by

herself from the fraternity
'

isolate

action to

nations.

-

THE MARCH FINANCING

OF THE U. S.

of

TREASURY*

United States Govern¬
ment had some urgent financing to do during March, and,
as
was
to be expected, the general banking suspensions
with the concurrent unsettlement of the money market and
the rise in interest rates for all classes of loans proved very
As

in

the

months preceding, the

disturbing, so that this financing could be conducted only
at heavily increased cost to the Government.
The Treas¬
ury's experience with its borrowings in February paved
the way for the still worse situation, that was to confront
it

review for February we narrated
Treasury bills offered on a dis¬

during March.

In our
successive issues of

how

disposed of at gradually rising rates
rates nevertheless continued to
rule very low.
March, however, was to see a big jump in
the discounting rate, and it was also to see the Treasury
obliged to pay high rates in disposing of other classes
of Treasury obligations.
The experience in this latter case

count basis had been
of

discount,

to

was

for

though these

come

The

first.

Administration had to arrange

new

$695,000,000 of Government obligations which matured
March 15,

on

the public
how the

which date also $59,000,000 of interest

on

financing for this

virtually

the

grave

banking

system

banking holidays

Administration

new

purpose

entire

tied up as a result of
the

on

anxiety was felt as to
could be carried through

debt fell due, and some

or

of

the

country

moratoria.

With

deeply involved in many other

so

and pressing problems, it was not until Sunday eve¬

ning, March 12, that the Government plans regarding the
needed financing were disclosed.
At that time Secretary
Woodin announced that the Treasury was offering, on Mon¬

day, March 13 (this, it will be observed, was only two days
before the proceeds of the sale would be required to meet
the maturities of March 15)

$800,000,000, "or thereabouts,"
Treasury certificates of indebtedness. These certificates
were in two
series, both dated and bearing interest from
March 15 1933, one series being
for five months with
interest at the rate of 4% i>er annum and maturing Aug. 15
,

of

1933,

and

other

the

series

interest at the rate of 4%

1933.

15

What

%

being

for nine

per annum,

months, with
and maturing Dec.

great rise in interest these coupon rates
4% and 4%%, respectively, involved will appear when
it is recalled that the previous December the United States
a

of

Treasury had placed some certificates of indebtedness run¬
ning for 12 months at the extraordinarily low figure of %
of 1% per annum.
The

new

issues

were

endowed

with the

same

character¬

istics and exemptions as

previous similar issues.
It was
distinctly provided that "the principal and interest of the
certificates will

election methods of the
been raised throughout
world regarding the treatment of persons of the Jewish

As

influence
verse,

with

session, Chancellor Hitler outlined

general policies of his regime.

the

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6

the present

be

payable in

United States gold coin

standard of value," and

of

they were also made

fully tax exempt, that is,

free of the surtaxes as well as
taxes, the language saying:
"These certificates shall be exempt, both as to principal
and interest, from all taxation (except estate and inheri¬
the

normal

Federal

income

tance

taxes) now or hereafter imposed by the United States,
State, or any of the possessions of the United States,
by any local taxing authority."
Payment could be made
3%% Treasury certificates of indebtedness and 2%

any
or

in

United States Treasury certificates, first series, both matur¬

ing March 15 1933, and it was stated that such subscrip¬
tions would be given preferred allotment.
Payment had to
be made

March

15, and it was furthermore provided (in
previous practice) that "any qualified de¬
positary will be permitted to make payment by credit for
on

full accord with

certificates allotted to it for itself and its customers up to
any

amount for

existing

which it

deposits"—this

could be made with

ing

United

States

mere

shall

be

latter

qualified in

meaning

that

excess

of

payment

book credit, this credit then becom¬

Government

deposits

on

the

books

of

the bank.
The

offering proved

an

unqualified success, orders for the

certificates pouring in so fast that subscription books were
closed at the close of business on the same day.
The sub¬

scriptions altogether aggregated $1,831,815,600, the sub¬
scriptions for the 4% certificates running for five months,
reaching $913,593,600 (of which $615,628,500 were cash sub¬

scriptions and $297,965,100 exchange subscriptions), and the
subscriptions for the 4%% certificates running nine months
(of which $647,715,200 were cash sub¬
$270,506,800 exchange subscriptions).
The
Secretary made allotments to a total of $942,504,500, the
allotment in the case of the 4% five months' certificates

being $918,222,000
scriptions and

being $469,131,000

(of which $297,965,100 in exchange sub¬

scriptions), and the allotment in the case of the 4%% nine
months' certificates being
$473,373,560 (of which $270,506.800 in exchange certificates).
eased the

months'

new

As the

certificates advanced to

certificates

touching

a

a

figure

money

situation

premium, the five
where

the

yield

April, 1933.]
dropped to 1.01%
advanced
:

to

annum.

■

The

where

the

yield

fell

to

1.42%

per

1,500,000 Oregon

:

•

Treasury also invited tenders for three

1935,

of

Treasury bills offered on a discount basis.
As already
noted, the sale of these bills during February was at steadily
advancing rates of discount. In that month Ogden L. Mills,
the then Secretary of the Treasury, accepted tenders aggre¬
gating $75,228,000 for 91-day bills dated Feb. 8 1933 at a
price making the average rate on a discount basis about
0.18% per annum.
Later he accepted tenders totaling $75,-

202,000 for 91-day Treasury bills dated Feb. 15, at an aver¬
This

at

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS FINANCING.

lation.

752,900 shs. The

Cloverdale Brewing Co., Baltimore, Md., class A
stock, full paid and non-assessable, at $2 per share,
value.
Offered by William P. Lawson & Co., Balti¬
more, Md.

followed by the sale of $60,074,000 of 90-day bills
dated Feb. 23, on an average discount basis of about 0.55%.
came

an

1,500,000 shs. Croft Brewing Co., Boston, new issue of common stock at
$1.30 a share.
Offered by Sears & Co., Boston, as a specu¬

was

Then

common

par

$100,613,000 of 91-day bills dated

another sale of

500,000 shs. Frank Fehr Brewing Co., Louisville, Ky., participating
preference stock of $1 par value.
Convertible into common
stock, share for share, in the event of call for redemption.

March 1, on an average bank discount rate of about 0.99%.
On March 1 Secretary Mills, before retiring from office,

Priced at $1.50 a share on

gave notice of still another

93-day bills and

were

mature June 7
tenders

istration
in

now

the

1933.

to

was

come

offering of Treasury bills. These
dated March 6 1933, and are to
The offering was of $75,000,000, and
to Friday, March 3 (the new Admin¬

of

purpose

Treasury with

meeting

new

These bills

maturities,

funds.

but

The applications

not for

were

to

provide
footed

the

up

no

than

$94,101,000, out of which the total to be accepted
was $75,266,000,
and the price realized was only 98.000,
making the rate on a bank discount basis 4.26% per annum.
more

The

previous December

the

Treasury

had

disposed

block of Treasury bills on a discount basis of
only
annum,

and the advance

4.26% furnishes

from

that

figure

to

of

.09%
basis

a

situation

on

FAVORABLE

Capital

was

March 15.

like amount

Chickasha

91-day bills dated

March 22 1933 and maturing on June 21 1933.
invited for $100,090,000,
"or thereabouts."

Tenders

aggregated

an

which

of

The

tenders

$100,569,000

Huyler's
of

offering of bills to the amount of $100,000,000. These were
91-day bills dated March 29 and maturing June 28 1933.
Tenders were received up to and
including Monday, March
27.
The tenders aggregated $318,206 000, and the amount
accepted was $100,158,000.
The Treasury realized an aver¬
age price of 99.566, making the average rate on a bank dis¬
basis

count

about

1.72%.

On

March

29

Secretary of the
Treasury Woodin announced still another offering of 91-day
Treasury bills to the amount of $100,000,000, "or there¬
abouts," and to be dated April 5 1933 and maturing July 5
1933.
was

The whole amount
for

not

the

represented

new

were

purpose

received

nternational
share

review for the previous month that after

our

the call on Government
deposits on Feb. 27, and which re¬
quired the repayment of $33,193,200 March 1 1933, this call
being against the deposits growing out of the sale of the
five-year 2%% Treasury notes in January, but which were

dated Feb.
out of the

ing out of
of Which

1

1933, there remained of the deposits growing
January sale (together with some deposits grow¬
some

very old

issues)

a

balance of $130,834,800,

$52,641,656 represented deposits in the New

York

Federal Reserve District.
Another call came Feb. 28. and
this required the repayment of
$24,894,900 on March 2, and
the same amount on March
3, and also on March 4,
the

total_of Government deposits to $56,150,100.

reducing
of which

$17,905,556

was in the New York Federal Reserve District.
The deposits growing out of the sale of
$942 504,500 of five
months' and nine months'
Treasury certificates of indebted¬
ness
reached $318,402,000, of which $195,986,800
were
in
the New York Reserve district.
As the first instalment of
the Federal income taxes fell due in March
the new Admin¬

istration
on

was

not

under the

necessity of making
Government deposits during the month.

anv

calls

NEW SECURITY ISSUES AND DIVIDENDS IN
MARCH.

There was very little financing of
consequence undertaken
during the month of March, either on the part of State and
municipal governments or corporate institutions.
Below
we give the larger
offerings for March: V
'
[gj f
MUNICIPAL FINANCING.

$3,000,000 Providence, R. I., 3 H % bonds, comprising $1,200,000 highway
due serially from 1934 to 1948,
incl., $800,000 school due from
1934 to 1973, $500,000 sewer due from 1934 to 1958, and
$500,000 sewage disposal plant bonds maturing from 1934 to
1953, inclusive.
The bonds were sold at a price of par to the
city's sinking funds.
t




Button-Hole

Sewing Machine Co.—Extra div. of 10c.
capital stock, in addition to the reg. quar .div. of 20c.
payable April 1 1933.

the

on

both

share,

a

Keystone

Custodians

Funds,

Inc.—The

distribution

Keystone

on

Custodian Shares, series G, for the period ended Feb. 28, amounted to
$0.204012 a share instead of $0.219733 as previously stated by the

corporation.

Knight-Campbell Music Co.—Quar. div. of 1 %% resumed

on the 7%
sinking fund 1st pref. stock, payable April 1 1933.
The last
div. of like amount was made on April 1 1932; none since.

cumul.
quar.

(S. H.) Kress & Co.—Div. declared March 30 on the com. stock, payable
in 6% special preferred stock at the rate of 50c. for each com. share
and the regular

both payable

quar. cash

diS(- ofl 25c.

share on the common stock,

a

\
,//
Iviachine Co.—Div. on the capital stock resumed
payment of 10c. a share due April 1 1933.
On April 1 1932 a

Reece

May 1.

Button-Hole

by the
div. of 25c.

a share was paid on this issue.
Supervised Shares, Inc.—Initial div. of lHc. on the capital stock payable
April 15 1933.
v".;'•
.:
Thayers, Ltd.—Div. on the $3.50 cumul. 1st pref. stock resumed by
the payment of 87Hc. a share on this issue.

quar.

.

.

.

Third

Canadian
stock

common

A

General
resumed

div. of 5c.

quar.

Investment

by payment
was paid

share

a

Trust, Ltd.—Dividend on the
April 1 1933 of 10c. a share.
Oct. 1 1931 none since.

on
on

of

Government deposits were drawn down to a
relatively low
level before the new Administration succeeded to control.
in

extra div. of 5c. a share

an

UNFAVORABLE

up

reached

We noted

share

Pipe Line Co.—Dividend of 15c. a share declared March 18
capital stock.
This compares with a div. of 10c. a share and
paid Nov. 15 1932.
*

the

on

borrowing, and

taking up maturing issues.
to Monday, April 3, and they
$383,656,000. of which the Treasury accepted $100.096,090.
The average price realized was 99.659, the aver¬
age rate on a discount basis being 1.35% per annum.
Tenders

a

since.

with the discount rate of 4.26%

strongly

\% %

Indiana

average rate on a

This contrasted

N. Y.—Init. semi-annual div. of $1.50

of Delaware, Inc.—Dividend on the 7% cumul. pref. stock
by payment of 1% a share.
This compares with quar. divs.
a share made from Oct. 1 1927 to and incl. Oct. 1 1932.
None

resumed

were

which the Government had to pay at the last
preceding sale
of bills.
On March 22 Secretary Woodin made another

37th St. Corp.,

the voting trust certificates for common stock payable March 15 1933.
This company succeeds the 49 West 37th Street Realty Co.

on

were

The average price realized for the bills was 99,537,
bank discount basis of about 1.83%.

accepted.
or

$386,906,000,

Oil
Co.—Dividend
on capital
stock resumed by
of 25c. a share.
The previous dividend paid on this stock
April 1 1930 at the quarterly rate of 75c. a share.

on

49 West

a

now

Oct. 1, bu*t took no action on the Jan. 1 1933 payment.

on

Cotton

the payment
was

now

This consisted of

CHANGES.

Administration

Co., Ltd.—Dividend on the $3 cumul. pref.
stock resumed by the payment of 75c. a share.
The company paid a

other issues of

Treasury bills, and as the
rapidly improving the result
was that the discount
charge to the Government once more
diminished.
An offering of bills, the first made by the
new
Secretary of the Treasury, W. H. Woodin, was an¬
nounced

Changes in dividend declarations in March were very
and as in previous months were mostly of an
unfavorable
nature.
The
following table, divided into
two sections, namely, "Fjavorable Changes" and "Unfavor¬
able Changes," gives the more important of the changes:
numerous

of

a

with several

banking

60,000 shs. Berghoff Brewing Corp., Fort Wayne, Ind., common
stock, priced at market; present market price about $5.75
a share.
Offered by F. A. Brewer & Co., Chicago, 111.

a

per

capital illustration going to show how
greatly the situation had changed for the worse.
As the
month advanced, the new Administration also came to mar¬
ket

by us basis.
Inc., Chicago, 111.

into power the next day) ; things were

highly disturbed state.

a

a when, as and if issued and re¬
Offered by Thompson, Ross & Co.,

ceived

were

asked up

were

of)
highway bonds, comprising $900,000
1936 to 1938 and $600,000 6s due in 1934 and
purchased privately by a Portland banking group
interest cost basis of about 6%.
were

1,020,000 Minneapolis, Minn., bonds, comprising $600,000 6s and
$420,000 5s, were awarded at a price of par to a syndicate headed
by Lehman Bros, of New York.
The $600,000 6% bonds due
from 1934 to 1938, incl., were reoffered to yield 4.85%, and
$420,000 5s due from 1934 to 1953, incl., were offered to yield
4.75%.
V

bank discount basis of about 0.23% per annum.

age rate on a

(State

4Ms due from

issues

new

9

1,635,000 Boston, Mass., bonds, consisting of $920,000 school building,
$465,000 hospital and $250,000 airport issues, were purchased
by the Sinking Fund Commission of the city.

while the nine months' issue

per annum

price

a

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CHANGES.

Adams Express Co.—Quar. div. of $1.25 a share on the 5% cumul. pref*
stock omitted.
Fire

Aetna

from 50c.

Affiliated

Insurance

Co.—Quar. div.

share to 40c.

a

Products,

decreased from

Aluminum Co.

13 1 3c.

share

a

the

on

capital

stock

reduced

share.

a

Inc.—Monthly div.
to

10c.

the

on
a

no

par,

capital stock

share.

of

America.—Quar. div. on the 6% cumul. pref. stock
decreased from 75c. a share to 37Hc. a share.

(A. S.) Aloe Co.-—Quar. div. of 1%%
7% cumul. pref. stock deferred.
A.

M.

Byers Co.—Div.

$1.75

share to 50c.

a

American

Hardware

from 50c.

American

Home

50c.

a

a

1933

on

the

stock decreased from

the capital stock

on

Corp.—Monthly

share to 25c.

a

pref.

decreased

share.

div.

on

the

com.

stock

share.

a

Hosiery Co.—Quar. div.

share to

share due April 1

a

cumul.

share.

a

Products

reduced from 35c.

American

7%

Corp.—Quar. div.

share to 25c.

a

the

on

on

capital stock reduced from

the

37 He. a share.

American Power & Light Co.—Quar. divs. on the $6 cumul. pref. stock
reduced from 75c. a share to 37He. a share., and on the $5 cumul. pref.
stock from

American

62He.

a

share to 31 He.

a

share.

Rolling Mill Co.—Quar. divs. of 1H% each on the 6% cumul*
cumul. pref. stock, series B, both omitted.

pref. and 6%

American Tissue Mills,
on

the

7%

American
was

made

1933.

cumul.

Trustee
on

Holyoke, Mass.—Quar. div. due March 1 1933

pref. stock omitted.
Share

Corp.—A

the Diversified

This compares with

a

Trustee

distribution

of 16.983c. a share
Shares, series B, payable April 1
a share paid six

distribution of 27.296c.

months ago.

Apex Electrical Mfg. Co.—Quar. div. of \%%
pref. stock due April 1 1933 deferred.

a

share

on

the 7% cumul.

Arkansas Power & Light Co.—Quar. divs. on the $7 cumul.
pref. stock
decreased from $1.75 a share to 58c. a share and on the $6 cumul.
pref.
from $1.50 a share to 50c. a share.

Associated Gas
share,

a

and

on

Associated
the

class

& Electric

respectively,

the $7

on

Co.—Semi-annual divs. of $1.75 and $3.50
the $3.50 cumul. pref. stock, original series,
stock, both omitted.

cumul. pref.

Industrial

Bankers

Corp.—Quar. div. of 13c.

a

share

on

A stock omitted.

Associated Oil Co.—Quar. div. of 25c. a share on the com. stock omitted.
Atlantic Building Trust (Boston).—Semi-annual div. on the
stock

capital

decreased

from

$2

a

share to $1.50

a

Auburn Automobile Co.—Quar. div. of 50c.

share.
a

share

on

the

com.

Sayable paid each quarter from Jan. 2 1928 to in stock and $1
This compares with 2% and incl. Jan.
cash April 1 1933.
l

stock,

share

a
2 1933.

Babcock & Wilcox Co.—Quar. div. on the capital stock reduced from
50c. a share to 25c. a share.

Badger Paint ^Hardware Stores^ Inc.—Quar. div. of 25c.
on
the conv. pref. stock due about April 1 1933 omitted

a

share

/

MONTHLY

10

stock deferred.

pref.

1st

cumul.

7%

stock decreased from 28c.

Corp.—Quar. div. on the capital
18c. a share.

Banc Ohio
a

Chemical Co.—Quar. div. of $1.75 a share on the

Baker

(J. T.)

to

share

Belding-Corticelli, Ltd.—Quar. div. on the common stock decreased
from $1.75 a share to $1 a share.
Bickford's, Inc.—Quar. div. on the no par common stock reduced from
15c. a share.

20c. a share to

Electric Co.—Quar. divs. on the $7 cumul. pref.
88c. a share, and on the $6 cumul.
$1.50 a share to 75c. a share.
;

Birmingham

stock
pref.

reduced from $1.75 a share to
stock from

stock omitted.

pref.

cumul.

7%

the

share on

Blumenthal & Co., Inc.—Quar. div. of 1H% a

(Sidney)
►

the $1.80 cumul.

Bucyrus-Monighan Co.—Quar. div. of 45c. a share on
deferred.

stock

A

class

'

Laundries Corp.—Quar. div. of 25c. a share on the
partic. pref. stock omitted.
j
Terminal Building Co.—Quar. div. of 1H% on the 7% cumul.
guar. pref. stock omitted.
7

Buffalo General

$2.25 cumul.
Bush
and

Byllesby & Co.—Quar. div. of 50c. a share on the $2 cumul.
stock omitted.
Canada Bread Co., Ltd.—Quar. div. on the 7% non-cumul. 1st pref.
stock reduced from $1.75 a share to $1 a share.
M.
pref.

(H.

i

Canada Bud Breweries, Ltd.—Quar.
decreased from 25c. a share to 15c.

capital stock

div. on the no par
a share.

Canadian Canners, Ltd.—Quar. div. on the no par conv.
stock reduced from 10c. a share to 5c. a share.

partic. pref.

:;777

Ry.—Semi-annual div. of 2% on the 4% non-cumul.
pref. stock and dividend on the common stock both deferred.
On April
1 1932 a quar. div. of 31 He. a share was paid on the com. stock.

Canadian Pacific

(Philip) Carey Mfg. Co.—Quar. div. of $1.50 a share on
pref. stock due March 31 omitted, and the quar. div.
on
the com. stock was likewise suspended.
Carolina Power & Light Co.—Quar. divs. on
decreased from $1.75 a share to 88c. a share,
from

$1.50

the 6% cumul.

of 25c. a share

the $7 cumul. pref. stock
and on the $6 pref. stock

share to 75c. a share.

a

Carpel Corp.—Quar. div. on the no par common
as
compared with 37Hc. a share previously.
Cartier, Inc.—Quar. div. of 87Hc.
7% cumul. pref. stock deferred.

Cassidy's, Ltd.—Quar. div. of $1 a
due March 31 omitted.

stock of 25c. a share

due April 30 1933 on the
' 1
share on the 7% cumul ."pref. stock
a share
>

iV

Illinois Public Service Co.—Quar.
cumul. pref. and on the 6% cumul.

Central
the $6

1

Jan.

about

divs. of $1.50 a share on
pref. stock deferred.

Corp.—Quar. div. of 12Hc.
on the class A stock omitted.

Gulf

Chicago

share usually payable

a

on

the quar.

A regular quar.

Pressed

Fostoria

decreased

from

decreased the

quar.

the capital

stock omitted.

Chrysler Corp.—Quar. div. of 25c. a.share on the com. stock omitted.
Cincinnati Advertising Products Co.—Quar. div. on the no par common
stock decreased from 50c. a share to 25c. a share.

cumul. pref. stock
Dec. 15 1932.

Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co.—No action taken on the $5
of no par value.
A div. of 5c. a share was paid on
Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co.—Quar.
stock reduced from 40c. a share to 30c. a

div. on the no par com.
share.

Cleveland (O.) Union Stock Yards Co.—Quar.
stock decreased from 25c. a share to 12He. a

share

Connecticut General Life Insurance
due about April 1 1933 on the capital

div.

on

2d pref. stock from $1.75 a share

the 7%

7 to $1 a share.
General Capital Corp.—Annual div. on the capital stock
$1.50 a share to $1.25 a share.
7'7;777-;
General Gas & Electric Co.—Quar. divs. of

pref. stock, series A, and $6 cumul. conv. pref. stock, series B, $1.75
share on the 7% cumul. pref. and $2 a share on the $8 cumul. pref.
all deferred. ,7
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General
from

25c.

Corp.—Quar.

Stockyards

75c.

Gibson

Co.—Quar.

share

a

50c.

share to

a

Art

15c.

to

div.

the com. stock decreased

div. on

share.

a

the

on

stock reduced from

com.

par

no

7

share.

a

no

par

Varnish Corp.—Quar. div. of 7Hc. a share on
capital stock ordinarily payable about March 31 omitted.

Grand Rapids

omitted.

stock

com.

Guaranty Co.

1932.

the common stock re¬

of 10c. a share on
payable about April 1, omitted.

of New Jersey.—Quar. divs.

class A and class B stocks, ordinarily

Nov.

Gurd & Co.—Action

on quar.

1932.

30

.

Crum
.

'

of 25c. a share on the no par

Utility Banking Corp.—Quar. div. on the class
25c. a share to 18 He. a share.

from

& Forster,

B stock decreased

Inc.—Div. on the com. stock decreased from

15c. a

from

7He.

share to 2Hc.

a

share.

a

Co.—Quar. div. of 1%% a share on the 7% cumul.
pref. stock omitted.
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7 :
Curtis Publishing Co.—Quar. div. of $1.75 a share on the $7 cumul.
pref. stock deferred.

Cuban Telephone

Holly Development Co.—Quar. div. on the capital stock

Inc.—Quar. div. on the no par com. stock

Hosiery Mills,
a

share to 12He. a share.

Davidson

Co., Des Moines,
cumul. pref. stock omitted.

Iowa.—Quar. div. of 1H%

the 7%

on

Debenhams Securities, Ltd., England.—Debenhams, Ltd., a subsidiary,
voted to defer the semi-annual div. due April 1 on the 10% cum. pref.

Similar action was taken six months ago

shares, par £1.
1 payment.

ordinary

the Oct.

on

Deco Restaurants,
stock due March

omitted.

7

r

7

■

Holophane Co., Inc.—Semi-annual div. of $1.05 a
cumul. pref. stock omitted.

decreased from 75c. a share to

the

7% pref.

.

25c.

a

share due about March 31 on

capital stock omitted.
Edison

Detroit

$1

share to

a

Co.—Div. on the capital stock
share.
7;7;

decreased from $1.50 a

all classes of stock.
$1.75 a share on the

7% preferred stock and 37He. a share on the 6%

preferred stock were

divs. on the no par class A com.
stocks reduced from 90c. a share to 75c. a share.

Finance

and class B com.

Corp.—Quar.

reduced

value

&

Huron

Erie Mortgage Co.—Quar.

2%

div. on the capital

Dairies, Ltd.—Quar. div.. of 1H% a share on the
pref. stock due April 15 omitted.

Co.—Quar. div. of $1.25 a share on
partic. stock deferred.
Auto-Lite

ordinarily

Co.—Quar.

payable about

April

7% cumul.

RR.

the 5% cumul. class A

1

was

53 H francs paid a year ago

stock

deferred until June for action.

for 1931.

Light & Traction Co.—Directors at an adjourned meeting on
no action on the quar. div. payable about April 1 on the
A quar. div. of 25c. a share in cash and 1% in stock was
paid on this issue on Jan. 3 last.
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7"'-"'

Federal

March 8 took

com.

stock.

Finance Co. of

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

from $3 a share to

Firestone Tire
from

25c.

a

$2.50

a

share.

& Rubber Co.—Quar. div. on the com.

share

to

10c.

a

12He.

a

share to

5c.

a

share on the no par com.

payable about April

stock

1 1933 omitted.
div. of 5c. a share on the com.
March 31 omitted.

First Finance Co. of Iowa.—Quar. div. of
stock omitted.

stock decreased from

37He. a share on the class B

Power & Light Co.—Quar. div. of $1.75 a
the $7 cumul. pref. stock omitted.

about

payable

ordinarily

share on the 7%

a

Stores, Inc.—Quar. div. of 1H% &
the 7% cumul. pref. stock omitted.

Kaufmann Department

1933 on

April 1




cumul.

share due

of 25c. a share due

Keystone Cold Storage Co.—Semi-annual div. on the com.
A semi-annual div, of $1.25 a share was made on Oct.

Knapp-Monarch Co.—Quar. div. of 81 He. a share on
pref. stock due April 1 1933 deferred.

stock omitted.

1 1932.
the $3.25 cumul.
7

"

25c. a share on the com. stock omitted.
Landers, Frary & Clark.—Quar. div. on the com. stock reduced from
(S. S.) Kresge Co.—Quar. div. of
share

a

37He. a

to

share.

Y.—Quar. div. of 20c. a share on

Lawyers Mortgage Co., N.

the capital

stock omitted.

Co.—Quar. div. on
share to 10c. a share.

Link-Belt
20c.

a

the no

par

Loew's, Inc.—Quar. div. on the no par com.

stock reduced from 75c. a

share to 25c. a share.

>

Packing Co.—Quar..div. of 25c. a

Loudon

stock decreased from

com.

share on the no par com.

stock omitted.

M-A-C
par

Plan

Hartford, Inc.—Quar. div. of 30c. a

of

share on the no

partic. pref. stock omitted.

Magma Copper

Co.—Quar. div. of 12He. a share on

omitted.

Maine Gas Cos.—Quar.

35c.

div. on the com. stock

a^share, payable

the no par capital

reduced from 50c. a share

April 15 1933.

Manchester (N. H.) Gas Co.—Quar. div. payable
stock reduced from $2 a share to $1 a share.

April 1 on the common
4

(B.) Manischewitz & Co.—Quar. div. of 1H% due April 1 on the
cumul. pref. stock, action postponed until May 1 1933.
Marconi International Marine Communication Co., Ltd.—Final
a

2H%, less tax, on the ordinary registered shares for
of 7H% for that year, compared with 10% paid
for 1930.

total

7%
div.

1932, making
for 1931 and

Boston.—Quar. div. of 37He. a share on
capital stock due about March 1 1932 omitted.
Merchants Ice & Cold Storage Co.—Quar. div. of 75c. a share

Merchants Discount Co.,

/

X
$8 cumul.

the

par

1

1933

Metropolitan
common

on

the 6% cumul.

Industrial

due

pref. stock deferred.
Inc.—Quar. div. on the no par

Bankers,

stock reduced from 15c. a

share to 5c. a share.

div. of 1H % a share on the
deferred.
Michigan Public Service Co.—Quar. divs. due April 1 on the 7% cumul.
pref., 6% cumul. pref. and on the $6 cumul. junior pref. stock all deferred.
Divs. of 1H%- 1H% and $1.50 a share, respectively, were made on
Jan. 2 1933.
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Mickelberry's Food Products Co.—Quar. div. of 87Hc. a share on the
Metropolitan Paving Brick Co.—Quar.
7% cumul. pref. stock due April 1 1933

..

omitted.
_
(Compagnie des Chemins de Fur du Midi), France.—Divi¬
53 H francs a share for the year 1932 as against 58 H francs a

cumul.

$3H

Midi RR.
dend of

paid

pref.

stock

a year ago.

Midland Steel Products Co.—Quar. div. on the
decreased from 2% a share to 1% a share.
Minnesota

Mining & Mfg. Co.—Quar. div. on
12Hc. a share to 7Hc. a share.

8% cumul. pref.

Mohawk
duced

Investment

the no par

from 30c.

a

capital stock
7„

Corp.—Quar. div. on the no par com.
share to 25c. a share.

Morris Plan Co. of New
stock omitted.

stock

777 ....777'7

reduced from

share/due April I

Flour Mills of America, Inc.—Quar. div. of $1 a share on the

pref. stock, series A; omitted.

stock

Interbanc Investors, Inc.—Quar.

share

share.

Florida
on

-'7'7.
stock decreased

share.

First Bank Stock Corp.—Quar. div. on the com.

capital stock

Co.—Quar. div. on the

Pneumatic Tool

divs.
with

reduced from 50c. a share to 25c. a share.

April

div. of 30c. a share on the com.

of

Co.

6% cum.

1H% due April 1 on the

preferred stock omitted.

no

France (Compagnie des Chemins de Fer de L'Est),
France.—Div. of 52 francs a share for the year 1932 as compared with

Est

stock reduced

share to 1H% a share.

a

Illinois Traction Co.—Quar, div. of

15%

Eastern

Electric

stocks of no par

Ltd.—Quar. div. on the class A and class B
from 25c. a share to 12Hc. a share.

Hunt's,

from

-77777777.

1932.

paid on Dec. 31

of

stock decreased

Eagle Warehouse & Storage Co.—Quar. div. on the com.
from $1.50 a share to $1 a share.

Elder Mfg.

pref*

Inc.—Dividends suspended on
Quar. divs. of 25c. a share on the common stock.
Statler Co.,

Hotels

to

div. on the no par com. stock
50c. a share.

Detroit Bankers Co.—Quar. div. of

share on the $2.10
the 7% cumul.

Holt, Renfrew & Co., Ltd.—Quar. div. of 1H % on
stock due April 1 1933 omitted.

stock

Inc.—Quar. div. of 87Hc. a share on the
31 omitted.
<

Union Stock Yards Co.—Quar.

Denver

I
the com. stock

2Hc. a share to lc. a share.

(D. H.) Holmes Co., Ltd.—Quar. div. of $1.50 a share on

.

decreased from 25c.

stock
share.
reduced from

Hershey Chocolate Corp.—Quar. div. on the no par common
payable May 15 1933 decreased from $1.25 a share to 75c. a

62He.

share to 10c. a share.

Davenport

stock reduced

(Walter E.) Heller & Co.—Quar. div. on the no par com.

Industrial Rayon Corp.—Quar. div. of 50c. a

Co.—Quar. div. of 20c. a share
stock omitted.

the

div. payable about April 1 on
the no par com. stock deferred until the April meeting of the board.
On
Jan. 2 last a div. of 15c. a share was paid on the com. stock.
Halle Bros. Co.—No action taken on the declaration of a div. on the
com. stock.
A distribution of 5c. a share was made on this issue on
(Charles)

Independent

payable

the

"

share.

stock omitted.

Credit

the no par

Co.—Quar. div. of 50c. a share on

Gray Telephone Pay Station

Greenfield (Mass.) Gas Light Co.—Quar. div. on
duced from $1 a share to 75c. a share.

Kelley Island Lime & Transport Co.—Quar. div.
about April 1
on the capital stock omitted.

1

the 8% non-

(W. R.) Grace & Co., N. Y.—Quar. div. of $2 a share on
cumul. class B stock due March 31 omitted.

div. on the no par com.

Dry

Creamery Package Mfg. Co.—Quar. div.

on the

Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Quar. div.
com. stock reduced from $1.25 a share to 60c. a share.

Goodyear

Continental Gas & Electric Corp.—Quar. div. of $1.25 a share on the
no par com. stock.
A dividend of $2.90 a share was paid on this issue
on" Jan. 3 last, as against $1.80 extra and a quar. of $1.10 a share paid
Oct.

.

a

Johns-Manville Corp.—Quar. div. of 1H%
pref. stock omitted.

on

reduced from

$1.50 each on the $6 cumul.

Goods Co.—Semi-annual div. on the 7% cumul.
pref. stock reduced from 3H% a share to 2H% a share.
Continental Casualty Co., Chicago.—Directors on March 1 took no
action on the declaration of a dividend on the capital stock.
A quar.
div. of 40c. a share was made on April 1 1932: none since.

com.

Co., a subsidiary,

Imperial Tobacco Co. of Great Britain and Ireland, Ltd.—Total
for the year 1932 of 20% on the ordinary stock.
This compares
22H% a share paid in 1931 on this issue.

Community State Corp.—Quar. divs. of 12 He. a share ordinarily
about March 31 on the class A and class B stocks omitted.

Consolidated

stock

Corp.—Quar. div. on the no par com.
to 12He. a share.

Steel
25c. a

Franklin Process Co.—The Central Franklin Process

Household

& Trust Co.—Quar. div. of $2 a share on

Chicago Title

Corp.—At an adjourned meeting no action was taken
div. due April 1 1933 on the $7 cumul. con v. pref. stock.
div. of $1.75 a share was paid on this issue on Jan. 2 1933.

Foster-Wheeler

stocks,

Boston Personal Property Trust.—Quar. divs. of $1.60 a share on the
$100 par shares and 16c. a share on the no par shares.
Previously
quar. divs. of $2 a share were paid on the $100 par shares and 20c. a
share on the no par stock.
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Boston Sand & Gravel Co.—Quar. divs. of 87Hc. a share on the 7%
cumul. pref. stock due April 1 deferred.
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York.—Quar. div. of 30c. a share on

stock re¬

the

capital

-

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.MONTHLY

Mountain States Power Co.—Quar. div. of 1%%, due April 20 on the
7% cumul. pref. stock, deferred.
This company is controlled by the
Standard Gas & Electric Co.

(The F. E.) Myers & Bro. Co.—Quar. div. of 25c.
National

the no par

on

National

50c.

a

share

30c.

to

the

on

no

issue

62Hc.
National

8%

Refining

cumul.

Co.—Quar. div.
stock omitted.

pref.

of $2

share due April 1

a

National Screen Service Corp.—Quar. div. on the
of 25c. a share omitted.

par

com.

a

Ltd.—Quar. div. of 15c.

share

on

stock

the

National Steel Car Corp., Ltd.—Quar. div. of 20c.
par capital stock omitted.

share

a

the

on

no

u

New

Brunswick Telephone Co., Ltd.—Quar. div. on the com. stock
reduced from 12He. a share to 10Mc. a share.
New Jersey Bell
Telephone Co.—Quar. div. on the capital stock de¬
creased from $1.75 a share to $1.50 a share.
This company is a sub¬
sidiary of the American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Orleans

Cold

Storage

& Warehouse

the capital stock reduced from $2 to

New Orleans
stock

Public

decreased

$1

on

Service, Inc.—Quar. div. on the $7 cumul. pref.
$1.75 a share to 87Hc. a share.

from

New York Trap Rock
Corp.—Quar. div. of $1.75 a share on the $7 cumul.
pref. stock clue April 1 omitted.
,

Nord

Ry.

(Compagnie du

Chemin

de

company declared a div. of 85 francs
for the year 1931.

a

Fer

du

Nord), France.—The

North

American Creameries, Inc.—Quar. div. of 35c.
$1.40 cumul. class A com. stock omitted.

Northern

Indiana

Public

francs

share for 1932 against 100

share

a

on

the

Co.—Quar. divs. of 87Hc. a share
7% cumul. pref., 75c. a share on the 6% cumul. pref. and 68Hc.
on the 5H% cumul. pref. stocks as
against quar. divs. of $1.75
7% pref., $1.50 on the 6% and 1%% on the*5H% pref. stocks
paid previously.
Northern States Power Co. (Del.).—Div. on. the class A com. stock
share
the

on

reduced

from

$1.50

share

a

$1

to

share

a

3c.

to

share,

a

the

on

31

stock

stock omitted.

share on the

no par

Elevator

25c.

share

a

Pacific

15c.

to

Portland
of

stock

Pacific

1H%

stock reduced from

-

& Telegraph

$1.75

share

a

against 60 francs

as

com.

par

Co.—Quar. div.

$1.50

to

75c.

pref.

com.

stock

share for

per

Orleans),

a

share

a

from 45c.

Quar. div.

share

a

30c.

to

Philadelphia Co.—Quar. div.
35c.

share

a

Lives and Granting Annuities.—

on

to

25c.

the no

on

$1.90

share

a

95c.

to

from 25c.

duced

Corp.—Quatr. div.

Saw

share

a

12Hc.

to

25c.

Coal

Pittsfield
a

share

a

share to $1

the

on

stock

com.

no

re¬

the com.

on

stock decreased

share.

a

Co.—Div.

Gas
a

15c.

to

par

no

share.

a

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.—Quar. div.
from

the

on

87He.

of

no

share ordinarily payable about

a

Portland (Me.) Gas Light Co.—Quar. div. on the common stock decreased
from $1.75 a share to $1.50 a share.
Service

from

April

Corp.
80c.

New

of

Jersey.—Div.
70c.

share to

a

Corp.—Quar.

a

(Sabin)

the

on

ordinarily

stock

stock

com.

aboufc

payable

the capital stock decreased from

on

Robbins Paper Co.—Quar. div. of 1 H % due April
cumul. pref. stock omitted.

1933

1

on

7%

the

pref.

due

stock

April

Corp.—Quar. div. of 1H%
1933

1

Rumford

Printing Co.—Quar.
payable April 1 omitted.

on

deferred.
of $1

div.

share

a

the

on

&

Scoville

share

a

Utilities

Schine Chain Theatres,
on

the

on

the

from

on

the

stock

com.

Inc.—Quar. div. of 75c. a share
& conv. pref. stock omitted.

Shattuck

12Hc.

a

Co.—Div.

share to 6c.

a

the

on

no

par

from

due March

Ward

pref. stock of 1%%

a

1

decreased

share.

share omitted.

on

the 7% cumul.

(Sewing Machine) Mfg. Co.—Quar.
2% a share to 1 H% a share.

&

Zook

Producing
payable about March 30

div.

on

Co.—Quar. div. of 25c.
on

par

no

50c.

share

a

25c.

to

$7 cumul. and

value both deferred.

&

Baking Corp.—Quar. div.

_

due April 1 on

div. of l3A%

reduced

the 7% cumul. pref. stock

on

share.

a

Weedon

&

Co.—Quar.

share to 50c.

a

div.

a

$1

a

share.

on

the

stock decreased from

com.

par

no

share.

West Coast Oil Co.—Div.

...

the

on

pref. stock reduced from $1.50 a share

Associated Oil Co.
Co., Ltd.—Quar. div. on the 6H% cumul.

This company is a subsidiary of the

Western Canada Flour Mills

a

share to 75c. a share.

Western Massachusetts Companies.—Quar. div. on the no par
stock

decreased from 60c.

a

capital

50c.

share to

(Kan.) Union Stock Yards Co.—Quar. div. of 1H% payable
about April 1 1933 on the common stock omitted.

Wisconsin Telephone Co.—Quar. div. on the com. stock reduced from
$2 a share to $1.50 a share.
The stock of this company is all owned
by the American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Woodward &
a

Lathrop Co.—Quar. div.

share to 30c.

a

share.

on the com.
A 1 j a -i

< m

stock reduced from
-

Worthington Ball Co.—Quar. div. of 50c. a share on the $2 cumul. class
A pref. stock due April 15 1933 deferred.,
:jy
Yosemite Holding Corp.—No action taken on the quar. div. due
on the $3.50 cumul, pref. stock.
On Jan. 3 last, a reg. quar.
87He. a share was paid on this issue.

April 1
div. of

(L. A.) Young Spring & Wire Corp.—Quar. div. of 25c. a share on the
no
par com. stock omitted.

The stock market

was

result of the momentous

perhaps lea%fe*4isturbed of all as a
developments in the hanking world,

which involved the virtual

throughout

entire

the

suspension of banking activities

10

about

for

country

with

days,

attendant

the

embargo upon trade and business because
of the inability to draw checks in the ordinary way against
the immense mass of deposits tied up by the banking sus¬

Stock Exchange itself closed during

pension, and with the

The absence of the
Stock Exchange

the banking moratoria.

panic conditions,

great collapse in

with

prices, such as has been a feature of previous great crises
the

financial

and

economic

world, may be ascribed to

the fact that after nearly four years
in stock and bond

of almost continuous

prices the security markets have

low

levels*

In

former

great

conclusions,

inordinately
such as the

panic of 1873, a long period of liquidation still lay ahead,
and this

applies to the commercial markets as well as the

financial markets.

O11

this occasion, on

the other hand, it

certainly reasonable to assume, in view of what has hap¬

pened since the complete breakdown in October and Novem¬
ber

1929,

that

period of liquidation,

the

or

at least the

greater part of it, lies behind, and here again the remark

,

the

com.

stock

reduced from

Sloan

Power

.

'

Washington Gas & Electric Co.—Quar. div. of \%% on the 7% cumul.

is

stock

com.

Sherwin-Williams Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Quar. div.

Singer

decreased

$3 cumul. partic.

(Frank G.)

share.

a

Light Corp.—Quar.
7% cumul. pref. stock deferred.

decline

share.

a

25c.

to

series D,

stock decreased

div. on the com.

been thoroughly liquidated and driven down to

Co.—Quar. div.

to $1

share

a

stock

com.

Diego Ice & Cold Storage Co. Quar. div. of 30c. a share
cum. partic. class A stock, due April 1 1933, omitted.

$1.50

40c.

Co.—Quar.

Gypsum

Utah Power & Light Co.—Quar. divs. due April 1 on the

in

the 6% cumul.

$1.75
Savers

share, and on the $6 cumul. pref. stock, series C and
value, from $1.50 a share to 75c. a share.

States

the period of

Collar Co.—Quar. div.
share to 50c. a share.

Rochester Central Power

San

in

15 omitted

Reversible

$1

rate

share quarterly.

a

of 2%

div.

g

THE COURSE OF THE STOCK MARKET DURING MARCH 1933

,

Polygraphic Co. of America, Inc.—Div. on the 8% pref. stock payable
April 5 1933 reduced from 50c. a share to 25c. a share,

reduced

the 7% cumul.

the capital stock decreased from $2

on

share.

Plymouth Oil Co.—Quar. div. of 25c.
April 1 on the capital stock omitted.

Railway

stocks omitted.

a

par

United

Plymouth Cordage Co.—Quar. div. on the capital stock reduced from
§1.25 a share to $1.12H a share payable April 20 1933.

Public

April 1 1933

Ltd.—Quar. divs. of 40c. each on the class A

Public Service Co.—Quar. divs. on the 7% cumul. pref. stock,
series A and class B, both of $100 par value, reduced from $1.75 a share

60c.

share.

a

share.

a

United

•

stock reduced from

on the com.

Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter Co.—Semi-annual div. of 2%
par value com. stock omitted.
Pittsburgh-Erie

share.

a

stock decreased from

par com.

share.

a

Philadelphia Traction Co.—Quar. div.

B

stock
1933.

Wichita

share.

a

the capital stock reduced from 75c. a share to 40c.

on

...

stock decreased from

Corp.—Quar. div. of 1%% a share dun
7% cum. prer. stock omitted.

and class

for

for 1931.

year ago

.

pref. stock deferred.

(J. C.) Penney Co., Inc.—Quar. div. on the no par com. stock decreased

Pennsylvania Co. for Insurances

the no par com.

on

pref. stock decreased from $1.62H

a

,

United Dyewood Corp.—Quar. div. of 1H% a share on

for 1931.

1932 as against 70 francs a share

the year

share to 50c.

a

the

United Amusement Corp.,

to

RR.—Dividend of 50 francs

a year ago

1

on

Tubize Chatillon

60c.

Paris-Orleans RR. (Compagnie du Chemin de Fer de Paris
France.—The company has declared a div. of 65 francs

fhe 6% cumul.

share on the no par com. stock

•

Torrington Co.—Quar. div.

share.

a

a

pref. stock omitted.

cumul.

the

on

share on the $6 cumul•

a

Title Guarantee & Trust Co., NAY.—Quar. div. on the capital
decreased from 80c. a share to 40c. a share payable March 31

.

Co.—Quar. div. on the 6H%
share due April 5 1933 omitted.

Paris-Lyons-Mediterranean
1932

no

Cement
a

Telephone

reduced from

share.

a

the

on

share

a

the 7% cumul. s. f. red.
pref. stock deferred until the June meeting of the board.

conv.

from

Co.—Quar. div.

of 75c.

Ltd.—Quar. div.

Co.—Quar. div. of 25c.

$6 cumul. pref. stocks of

a

Co.,

class A preference stock omitted.

pref. stock omitted.

Omitted.

stock omitted.

com.

.

7c.

red.

Tip Top Tailors, Ltd.—Quar. div. of 1%%

the

Ontario Manufacturing Co.—Quar. div. of 12Hc.
Otis

reduced from

Construction

cumul.

Tide Water Oil

1933.

share on the no par com.

a

Steel

$3

to

com.

payable March

Paper Co.—Quar. div. of 40c.

share on the com.

a

pref. stock omitted.

from

Ohio Wax

of

Thompson's Spa, Inc.—Quar. div. of $1H

omitted.

Occidental Petroleum Co.—Div.

omitted.

Tide Water Associated Oil Co.—Quar. div. of 1H%

share.

a

Northwestern National Insurance Co., Milwaukee, Wis.—Quar. div.
of $1.25 a share ordinarily payable about March 31 on the
capital stock

share on the no par

a

Superior Portland Cement, Inc.—Monthly div. of 27He. a share due
April 1 on the $3.30 cumul. class A partic. stock omitted.

the

on

a

the

on

on

Service

the capital stock de¬

on

State Street Investment Corp.—r-QuaiC div. po the no p$r com. stock
( decreased from 50c. a share to 40c. a share.
Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Quar. div. on the no par com. stock reduced
from 43Mc. a share to 30c. a share.

conv.

Ltd.—Quar. div.

Co.,

share.

a

payable

share.

a

Ohio.—Quar. div. of 37He.
ordinarily payable about April 1 omitted.

stock

stock cut

par com.

Standard Power & Light Co.—Quar. divs. of 30c. a share on the com.
stock and com. stock, series B, both omitted.

no

Nevada California Electric Corp.—Quar. div. on the 7% cumul. pref.
stock decreased from $1.75 a share to $1 a share.

New

stock

com.

Standard Oil Co.

omitted.

com.

share to $1.25

a

no

the capital stock

on

Standard Gas & Electric Co.—Quar. div. of 30c.

the

on

no

April 1 reduced from $2

the

on

St. Paul Union Stock Yards Co.—Quar. div.
creased from 75c. a share to 50c. a share.

Standard

National Sewer Pipe Co.,
par

St. Joseph Stock Yards Co.—Quar. div.
from $1 a share to 50c. a share.

stock

par com.

share.

a

Investment Shares, Inc.—Semi-annual div. on the $1.25
pref. stock deferred.' A dividend of 25c. a share was made on
on
Augi 1 1932, compared with reg. semi-annual divs. of
a
share previously paid.

cumul.

St. Croix Paper Co.—Quar. div. on the com. stock decreased from $1.50
a share to 50c.
a share.

St. Louis National Stock Yards Co.—Div.

Dairy Products Corp.—Quar. div.

decreased from

this

share

a

stock omitted.

com.

11

KEVIEW

a

share

ordinarily

the common stock omitted.

S. M. A. Corp.—Quar. div. on the com. stock due April 1 cut from 25c.
a
share to 12He. a share.

Smith-Alsop Paint & Varnish Co.—Quar. div. of 87He.
the 7% cumul. prof, stock omitted.

a,

share

on

applies

to

the

markets, for
all

their

wide

modity prices

true,

not

commercial

world

assuredly the

most

ramifications,

were

alone

as

well

as

banking
at

came

a

time

at unheard-of low levels.

in

the

case

of

eminently wheat and cotton, the

the

security

when

with
com¬

This is notably

agricultural
one

the

moratoria,

prices,

money crop

pre¬

of the

,

Smyth Mfg. Co.—Quar. div.
share to 25c.

a

on

the

com.

Southern Acid & Sulphur Co.—Div.
from

75c.

a

stock decreased from

50c.ll

West and the other the money crop of the South,
a

share.

share to

50c.

a

on

the

no

par com. stock reduced

share.

New England Telephone Co.—Quar. div. on the
capital
stock reduced from $2 a share to $1.50 a share.
The American Tele"phone & Telegraph Co. owns about one-third of the above companv's
stock.




products

have worked

in both

prices prevailing for agricultural

such havoc

that

the resulting dire

distress may really be said to have been the primary cause

Southern

Sparks-Withington Co.—Quar. div. of 1H% a share
conv.
pref. stock due March 15 1933 deferred.

of which sections the low

on

the 6% cumul.

of the extensive bank failures throughout the country that
in the end brought on the general banking suspension, but

is

equally true of many other commodities—copper, for
instance, where market prices have dropped to unparalleled
low figures.
Moreover, during the period while the Stock

MONTHLY REVIEW

12
Exchange was

provement as noteworthy as that in stocks and bonds. The
rise in the price of wheat on the Chicago Board of Trade on
reached 5c. a bushel, the limit for a day's fluctua¬
tions, and the Board of Trade proceeded promptly to arrange
for the abandonment of this limit for the immediate future.
At the same time, the rise of cotton on the New York Cotton
Exchange for the future options advanced all the way
from $2.50 a bale to $3.50 a bale, though this improvement
was not maintained the rest of the month.
v
The course of stock values during the month is pretty

closed, not the least trace of alarm was mani¬
Sentiment abroad, which had been so

Europe.

in

fested

that day

disturbed, thereby leading to the extensive gold with¬
constituted such an important element in
precipitating the general banking crisis with which the
United States was now confronted, changed materially for
the better.
The energetic way in which the Federal Govern¬
ment, headed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, proceeded
to devise measures of relief was in 110 small part responsible
for this.
At the same time, fears that the country would
be forced1 off the gold basis largely disappeared, even in
face of the embargo placed upon gold exports from the
United States.
Financial London and financial Paris took
a calm view of the emergency, and, indeed, were converted,
deeply

drawals which

_

of the 50 stocks kept by the
50 stocks was reached
on March 2, at 46.85, and the high at 50.93, March 16, with
the close March 31 at 51.12.
In the case of the 25 indus¬

well indicated in the averages
New York

trial

that it was an emergency and that the United
could be depended upon to work its way speedily

to the view
States
out

the prevailing

of

troubles, unparalleled though these
that when the Stock Exchange re¬

Stock Exchange,

the

im¬

though the full flush of the

the low figure was

75.39 March 2, the high

March 31 at 82.02. The
March 2, and the high
24.14 March 16, with the close March 31 at 20.23.
As to?
the reaction
which came after March 16, short selling
seemed to play some part in it at first, traders appearing
to think that a decline was due after such a sharp rise
as
that which had been recorded.
Other considerations,

opened it was at a much higher level of values than that
which ruled on March 3, the ilast day before the closing
of

stocks,

The low for these

figure 95.72 March 16, and the close
low for the 25 railroads was 18.31

It thus happened

were.

"Times."

provement was not maintained later in the month as expec¬
tations had been keyed too high as to the immediate benefits
to accrue from the fact that the country had successfully
surmounted the acute stage of the crisis.
It should be stated that the New York Stock Exchange,
the Curb Exchange, the Stock Exchanges in other cities,
as well as the commodity exchanges generally, closed down,
not as the result of the President's general proclamation,

Thus, concern was
being rushed
through Congress, some of which appeared to be of a radical
type, or at least of a kind regarding the working of which
there must be more or less uncertainty for some time to
come.
American Tel. & Tel. was a weak feature all through
the month, mainly because many of the subsidiary telephone
companies controlled by it and upon which it is mainly
which did not come until Sunday night, March 5, but sus¬
dependent for its income were obliged one after another
pended trading on Saturday, March 4, owing to the procla¬
to announce reductions in the rate of their dividend distribu¬
mation early in the morning of that day of Governor Lehman
tions.
The public utilMes were nearly hll under pressure
of New York declaring a holiday in this State on Saturday,
during the month, one reason for this being a special message
March 4, and Monday, March 6.
Confronted by this procla- sent
by Governor Lehman to the New York Legislature
mation and with the State of Illinois also coming under
on March 21 urging enactment of a series of bills to pro¬
banking moratoria on that day, the different Exchanges
vide for stricter regulation of public utilities.
Asserting
all decided not to open for business.
The New York Stock
that serious abuses in the operation of utilities had devel¬
Exchange then remained closed for business until Wednes¬
oped, the Governor put forward a program for carrying our
day, March 15, when operations were resumed, while the
in the main recommendations made by the Public Service
cotton and produce exchanges did not reopen for business
Commission for more drastic supervision of holding com¬
until Thursday, March 16.
In the first three days of March,
panies and for otherwise strengthening existing laws. The
before the shutdown, the stock market suffered great de¬
Governor's message was followed almost immediately by
pression in continuation of the demoralization which had
the introduction in the Senate of a number of bills designed
developed during February.
With many other States fol¬
to effect the changes suggested.
Public utilities were also
lowing the example of Michigan in having declared banking
unfavorably affected by the announcement of the Public
moratoria for longer or shorter periods, or of imposing
Service Corporation of New Jersey that its dividend rate
restrictions on deposit withdrawals of one kind or another
on the common stock was to lie
reduced from 80c. a share
(29 States having come within that category up to Friday
quarterly to 70c. a share, or from a yearly basis of $3.20
night, March 3, besides the District of Columbia), con¬
to $2.80, and likewise by dividend reductions by mfmerous
fidence in the financial and economic condition of the coun¬
other public utilities like Detroit Edison, American Power &
try naturally became deeply disturbed.
At the same time,
Light, &c., &c. Bond prices shared in the sagging tendency,
the ordinary course of business affairs was seriously inter¬
and some selling of the better class of securities was attrib¬
fered with by reason of the inability of the business public
uted to selling on the part of banks in process of liquidation
to indulge in the use of checks against the vast volume of
by conservators.
United States Government issues, how¬
deposits tied up, even though the Reserve System, along
ever, displayed considerable strength the latter part of the
with the member banks, extended aid to the suffering com¬
munities in a very free-handed way.
The effect on the * month in the case of the short-term issues of recent flota¬
tions. these being in demand as ease in the money market
stock market was necessarily very depressing, and the fact
developed. Dividend reductions by ail classes of industrial
that at the same time United States Government securities
concerns
were
another depressing feature.
The market
showed sharp declines, in part owing to the necessity of
closed generally weak on March 31, announcement on that
thje member banks to dispose of their holdings in order to
day that the Missouri Pacific had determined on reorganiza¬
be in position to extend the needed extra accommodation
tion constituting a new depressing feature.
Of the stocks
to the communities they serve, and in part also by reason
on
the New York Stock Exchange, 404 touched new low.
of the rapid rise in interest rates and discounts of all
figures
for
the year
during the month, while 303
classes, hence making United States securities less attractive
stocks recorded new high figures.
On the New York Curb
on account of their small yield, served as a further adverse
Exchange 246 stocks dropped to new low figures for 1933,
influence
of large magnitude.
Indeed, the whole bond
with 103 stocks recording new high figures.
The volume
market may be said to have been in a state of great collapse
of trading was very light except on March 15, March Id
at this time.
The fact that gold withdrawals for foreign
and March 17, already referred to, and the total sales for
account continued on an enormous scale tended further to
the month were 20.096,557 shares, which compares with
accentuate the feeling of disquietude pervading banking and
19.314,200 shares in the short month of February and with
financial circles.
It is to be said, though, that in the after¬
33,031,499 shares in March 1932; 65,658.034 shares in March
noon of March 3 prices showed somewhat of an upturn after
1931; 96,552 040 shares in March 1930. and 105 661,570
the previous break.
shares in March 1929.
On the New York Curb Exchange
As already stated, the Stock Exchange did not again
however, subsequently came
felt

with respect to

into play.

the legislation that was

,

for business until Wednesday. March 15. and then

reopen

spirit of great enthusiasm prevailed.
As compared with
the close on March 3, prices opened at an advance running

a

all the way

also

After

still

a

that,
its

versed

advance

further

however,
course,

as

on

further rise occurred,
Thursday.

March

16.

the market may be said to have re¬
enthusiasm

died

out

and

it became

apparent that even though sentiment in The business world
had decidedly improved and a feeling of greater assurance
prevailed than had existed for a long time previously, actual
results in the way
world

of

a

larger volume of trade in the busi¬
the New
ran above

entirely lacking.
Dealings on
York Stock Exchange on March 15 and March 16

ness

were

3,000,000 shares each day, being 3.065 587 shares March 15
and 3.300,585 shares on March 16. but dropped to 1.726.680
shares March 17, and the rest of the month there was only
a

single day when the transactions reached or exceeded a

million

shares

(namely,

1.208.530 shares March 21).

In

the absence of

buying orders, prices the rest of the month
sagged steadily downward on a dwindling volume of busi¬
ness.

Bonds shared in the general rise on March 15 and 16,

but later in the month also again turned downward.
added

to

the enthusiasm

modity exchanges




opened

on

on

March

16

was

that

the

What
com¬

that day and registered

im¬

only 2,561.464 shares, which compares

shares in March 1932 and
shares back in March 1929.
4.524.072

As far as the

from $3 to $10 a share in the case of the active

stocks. ; During the course of the day a
as

the sales amounted to

with

with 32.058,800

fluctuations in the separate stocks are con¬
sold down from 106% March

cerned. American Tel. & Tel.

after opening
23% March 2; then touched
33% March 16 and closed March 31 at 27%.
Steel preferred sold down from 56, the opening March 1. to 53
March 2; then touched 67% March 16. and closed March 31
at 59%.
,T. I. Case Threshing Machine, as against 31%
March 1. touched 52%
March 16. and closed March 31
at 43%.
American Can, after opening at 51% March L
dropped to 49% March 2; then touched 62% March 16, and
closed March 31 at 54%.
Allied Chemical & Dye, after
opening March 1 at 73%, dropped to 72 March 2, then
touched 88% March 16
with the close March 31 at 75%.
E. I. du Pont de Nemours after opening at 33% ex-div.
March 1. and declining to 32% March 2, touched 43 March
16 with the c%se March 31 at 34.
General Electric, after
selling at 11% March 1, reached 16 March 16. and closed
March 31 at 12%.
Consolidated Gas of New York, as
against 45% the opening March 1. touched 52% March 16,
and then dropped to 40% March 31.
Westine*house Electric
& Manufacturing sold down from 20% March 1 to 19%
16

to

87%

at 24%

March

31.

United States Steel

March 1. sold down to

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2, then reached 29^ March 16, and closed March 31
23%.
In the railroad list Atchison declined from 36%,

VOLUME

BUSINESS

OF

the

opening March 1, to 34% March 2; then reached 47%
16, and closed March 31 at 39%.
Union Pacific,
after opening at 67% March 1, dropped to 64% March 2,
reached 80% March 16, and closed March 31 at 67%.
New
York Central, after opening at 15% March 1 and selling
down to 14% March 2, reached 21 March 16, but closed
March 31 at 16%.
Delaware & Hudson declined from 42%,
the opening March 1, to 39 March 2; then reached 58%
March 20, and closed March 31 at 49.
Southern Pacific fell
from the opening March 1 of 12%, to 11% March
2, touched
18 March 16, and closed March 31 at 14.
March

The

bond market fluctuated most of

stock market,

these

when

latter

time with

Foreign GovernmentForeign corporate
Total bond sales

Bond sales (par value)—
Domestic

Foreign Government—
Foreign corporate

a

especially

in

case of the railroad issues.
United States bonds, as
already pointed out, were also quite weak in the early days
of the month, but enjoyed a sharp recovery the latter part
of the month, especially in the case of recent short-term

In the

following table

we

indicate,

as

usual,

the

fluctuations in the different issues of United States obliga¬

tions, and also in a large list of railroad and industrial
bonds, and a considerable number, likewise, of foreign
bond issues.

If

First

Range During March 1933.

Last

Sale

Bonds.

Sale

Mar. 1.

Lowest.

Highest.

Mar. 31.

1932-1947

100»°I2

.1932-1947

101»*3J

99 2832Mar.

1018032Mar. 20

4Ms of 1933-1938
Treasury 4%s..
..-1947-1952
Treasury 4s _;
1944-1954
Treasury 3%s_
1946-1956
Treasury 3Ms
1943-1947
Treasury 3s.
^
1951-1955
Treasury 3%s_
....1940-1943
Treasury 3Ms—.
1941-1943

101"a2

1001232Mar.

102 »„Mar. 16

1012431

10520»i

1031<32Mar.

102»32

First 4%s

998«3jMar.

10124j,Mar. 17

1012*3,

Fourth Liberty Loan—

_

.

.

...

Treasury 3 % s

.

.

-.

.1946-1949

_

109 *32Mar. 17
105 *32Mar. 16

10728,,

9981jjMar.

101 "82

98"a2Mar.

103 <32Mar. 17

9928j,

97 «32Mar.

1012»,jMar. 18

10220,,
100"3I

96

931#82Mar.

98»32Mar. 16

96203,

100

98

104io„

Mar.

102 J32Mar. 18

10018,,

99,08i

96 8132Mar.

1012s3JMar. 17

10020,,

972*82

95153iMar.

99i232Mar. 18

98ioa,

221,959,000 204,343,000 242,752,000 200,726,000

turbed

as a

result of the banking

Closing

Price

Railroad and Industrial Bonds.

Mar.

Range for March.

Atch Topeka & S Fe gen 4s__1995
Baltimore & Ohio 1st gold 4s. 1948
Convertible 4%s
1960

Mar. 31

Boston & Maine 1st 5s

Loiccst.

26 % Mar.
58 M Mar.

2

Mar.

Chi Milw St P & Pac 5s A..1975

14 %

75

59
83

Chi & N W

conv 4%s ser A.1949
C C C & St L 4Mb series E..1977

3

88% Mar.

27

A C '67

ser

Highest.

91%
77%

Ches & Ohio ref & impt 4Ms B '95
Chi Milw & St P gen 4s ser A. 1989

Price

1

1933.

10

Mar. 28

a80%
40%
12%
7M

1933.

They tied up huge masses of deposits, and this
simultaneously with enormous withdrawals of gold

country.
came

93

Mar. 16

79

Mar. 16

32

Mar. 16

3

63% Mar.

2

87

Mar. 17

Mar. 17

44

Mar. 16

Mar. 31

89%
76%
26%

17% Mar. 16

Mar. 30

1

continued
during the early days of March and at an accelerating pace
—in fact, until they were checked by the proclamation of
President with his advent to office

new

12

Mar. 15

7%

40 M Mar.

1

49

Mar. 16

42%

21% Mar.

2

27

Mar. 16

22

21

Mar. 31

27

Mar. 16

Great North gen 4Mb ser E.1977
111 Cent C St L & N O 5s ser A '63

38

38

Mar.

44% Mar. 18

40 M
49 M

40 M Mar.
47
Mar.

47)4 Mar. 16

21%
40%
43%

55

Mar. 16

52

28 M

27 M Mar.
33
Mar.

35

Mar. 20

Kansas City Sou ref & impt 5s '50

Lehigh Valley (Pa) cons 4s. .2003
Mo-Kan-Texas cum adj 5s__1967
Missouri Pacific gen 4s
1975
N Y C & St L 4Mb series C..1978
N YNH & H 1st & ref 4Mb. 1967

23

_9%

7M Mar. 31

41% Mar. 21
11% Mar. 16

37%
8

13%

12

Mar. 29

15

Mar. 16

12%

50

Mar.

2

60

Mar. 16

53

N Y Ont & West ref 4s...... 1992

32 M
52 %

58% Mar. 23

57%

61%

52 % Mar.
58
Mar.

1

Pennsylvania RR deb 4Ms..1970

3

67 % Mar. 16

60

10 % Mar.
9
Mar.

14

12

Francisco—

General 4s series A

1950

Con 4Mb series A__1978
Southern Ry gen 4s ser A

11
9

-

Mar. 15

10% Mar. 20

9%
22%

1956

18%

18% Mar.

24

Western Maryland 1st 4s....1952

58 %
30

57

Mar.

61% Mar. 25

29

Mar.

35

21

Mar.

26% Mar. 15

Brooklyn Union Elev 1st 5s_.1950

22%
27%
81%

Dodge Bros conv deb 6s.... 1940
Internat Paper 5s ser A & B.1947

72 M
42

Int Tel & Tel conv deb 4Ms. 1939

23 %

21% Mar. 30
4% Mar. 24

8

Mar. 16

6%

14%

13 % Mar.

2

15

Mar. 16

14%

8

Mar. 28

41M

7% Mar. 29
41% Mar.
41% Mar.

51

Mar. 29

46 % Mar. 23

Allegheny Corp coll tr 5s

1944

5s

1949

Ainer & Foreign Power 5s...2030

Paramount Famous Lasky

1939

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

26 % Mar. 28

36

Mar. 15

79% Mar. 16

82

60
29

21%
27%

Mar. 20

71% Mar.

2

80% Mar. 16

73~"

41

6s 1947

Warner Bros Pictures 6s

1

46% Mar. 21
31% Mar. 16

22%

Mar.

44

Foreign Bonds.

Antioquia (Dept) 7s
Argentina (Govt) 6s

A. ..1945

ser

ser A—1957

^..1959

6s of June 1925

1962

38""

38

....1955

73%

External loan 5s of 1927.-.1957

73 M

External 4Mb of 1928—-.1956

69%

71% Mar;
72% Mar.
68 % Mar.

35

32

Mar. 31

3

% Mar. 16

External 5Ms........
Australia 5s of 1925

Berlin

(City) ext

s

f 6s.

1958

Bolivia (Republic) ext 7s

1969

External 8s

1947

~5%

^.1941

.....1957

6Ms of 1927
Brisbane (City) 5s

19

1957

Sinking fund 5s

20

65%

1958

Mar.

1

<*18% Mar.
65 % Mar.
64 % Mar.

1

6s....Sept 1961

External sinking fund 6s__1963

External sinking fund 6s..I960
German (Republic) 7s
German Govt Internat 5

1949

Ms. 1965

New South Wales (State) 58.1957

External sinking fund 5s__1958

6

6M

_. ...

.

.

Rio Grande do Sul 8s

1946

Mar. 31

% Mar. 31

49 %

41

Mar. 31

73

71% Mar.
71% Mar.

72 %

88

OF

50% Mar. 28

78%
78%
74%
40%
4%
5%
25%
25%
69%
69%
7%
•7%
7

Mar. 28
Mar. 29

15

47%
43%
76%
77

73%

Mar. 21

32

Mar.

3

Mar.

2

Mar. 24
Mar. 28

Mar. 30
Mar. 28
Mar. 16

to

pensions.

That is

mistake.

a

In the last

analysis it

of

the

crisis

and

68

67%
—

Mar. 22
3

of heroic

of the metal

late.

3, the day before the

On

put

were

1933.

Stock sales—Number of shares..
Bond saies (par value)—

State, municipal and foreign...
United States Government
Total bond sales

_

Jan. 1 to March 31—

Stock sales—Number of shares..

(par value)—

20,096,557
S

Railroad and miscellaneous

Bond sales

was

March

on a moratorium

before

it

measures

should

New

prove

York

the

were, to be sure,
for hoarding, but

movement

at the

for

single

a

day!

There

same time considerable withdrawals

it

was the heavy takings on foreign account
taking of drastic measures to stop the
the gold holdings of the Federal Re¬
serve
System below the legal limits.
The - situation was
becoming increasingly criticalin the closing days of Febru¬

which

forced

the

large withdrawals
early days of March that made the situation abso¬

lutely acute and compelled the taking of steps that would
abruptly end foreign withdrawals.
Europe was even more
panic-stricken than the general public in this
country, and
acted on the theory that the United States
must eventually
be forced off the gold standard.

These apprehensions were
suspensions, which, however,
them, but also by the numerous legis¬
lative proposals in Congress for inflation of
one kind or
another, which it was feared would in the end undermine
aroused not alone by the bank
tended to intensify

the whole economic order in this
country and render.the
maintenance of gold payments
wholly out of the question.
The "Monthly Review" of the New York
Federal Reserve
Bank, which is inclined to attribute the entire crisis to the
banking suspensions, is forced nevertheless to say:
"For¬

eign funds, as well as those of domestic
withdrawn in increasing volume, and the

depositors, were
hoarding of gold
developed on an increasing scale."
The banking suspen¬
sions, however, in tying up at one time
virtually the entire
banking deposits of the country did occasion enormous

demands on the Federal Reserve
System, and in particular
necessitate large extra issues of Federal
Reserve

notes, and,
accordingly, it is well to bear in mind the point made
by
the New York Reserve Bank in its
discussion of the
that the Reserve position of the Federal

namely,
Bank

6

5%
5
66

subject,
Reserve

affected not only by the loss of
reserves, but also
by a large increase in reserve requirements
against Federal
Reserve notes, owing to the enormous increase
in the amount
was

that it
the

was

outstanding.

The fact remains,
nevertheless,

the actual depletion of the
gold stocks that made
so
full of peril.
And this

situation

especially heavy by
foreign banks.
As

to

of

reason

the

depletion was
panicky action of the

the

primary and underlying causes of the whole
during the last four years, these are un¬
correctly outlined in the following

economic disorder

3

74

doubtedly

3

75% Mar. 28

74%
89%
82%

from the

29%

strictions

"Monthly Review"

paragraph

of the New York

Federal Re¬

Bank:

serve

"The' climax

EXCHANGE.

of

banking

bank

on

accumulative

33.031.499
$

1931.

65,658,034
$

■1930.

96,552,040
$

89,882,010 133,785,500 159,978,500 252,335,000
47,885,500 64.974.500 74,028,000 77,569,000
54,288,700 52,140,700
8,658,500 ,14,465,800
192,056,200 250,900,700 242,665,000 344,369,800
58,129,049
$

99,110,149 172,343,252 226,694,430
S

S

$

RaLroad and miscellaneous.

381,611,900 397,095,500 449,046,000 536,111,000
State, municipal and foreign... 167,195,000 190,082,000 193,496,500 181,381,500
United States Government
137,819,600 177,343,450 45,814,050 30,910,300

difficulties

operations,

and

reflected

effects of the
extraordinary

resulting re¬
primarily the

decline in

volume during the past four
years and the
panying drastic decline in prices of commodities,
ties, and properties of all kinds.
These




686,626,500 764.520,950 688,356,550 748,402,800

busi¬

accom¬

securi¬

conditions

progressively

reduced

loans and

repay

vestments,

and

the

reduced

had

thus

ability
the

of

market

created

for

many

had

borrowers

value

of

bank

to

in¬

a

number of the
an
extremely difficult situation, which was
height¬
by the tendency of the public to call for
the repay¬
ment of deposits in cash in unusual
volume.
Most of the
banks, in spite of these conditions, were able to

banks

ened

,

sound

and

munities

'

Total bond sales

banks

basis, the amount of gold with¬

sum of $109,700,000, entirely apart from the amount taken directly for

42%

1932.

to

too

drawn for earmarking reached the enormous

53% Mar. 15
75% Mar. 28

STOCK

forced the taking

stop the outflow

ness

Month of March.

.

It

prodigious losses of gold sustained by the Federal Re¬
serve System as a result of the
prodigious withdrawal of
gold for foreign account that brought on the acute stage

of such notes
24%
23%

Mar. 16

76% Mar.

,

BUSINESS ON THE

49

Mar. 29

Mar. 15 .92
Mar. 27
78
Mar. 21
82% Mar. 31
15
12% Mar. 16
Mar.
1
29
Mar. 24 32% Mar. 23

1946

VOLUME

% Mar. 31

5

63

6M

1947

Uruguay (Republic) 8s

3

Mar. 31

5

•

2

73

Queensland (State) ext 7s.-.1941
External 6s——.

Mar.

4 % Mar. 30

20

Brazil external 8s...

Chile (Republic)

March 4.

mind, since a disposition exists
attribute the banking crisis entirely to the banking sus¬

ary in that respect, and it was the further

23

conv

on

is well to bear this fact in

in the
12%

41

Collateral &

which had

outflow lest it reduce

Erie ref & impt 5s of 1927.. 1967
Ref & impt 5s of 1930....1975

Louis-San

deeply dis¬
suspensions all over the

for export and for earmarking.
These latter,
been of growing magnitude during February,

export—all this
Opening

St

35,377,137 62,033,275
$
$
$
/ 1
$
201,346,000 188,334,000 224,700,000 174,728,000
9,058,000
12,013,000
6,863,000
6,739,000
13,985,000
9,146,000
11,313,000
11,555,000

the

Liberty Loan—

3%s

.

93,136,000 104,757,000

13,011,274

The New York money market was of course

the
First

Government

77,058,000

8,046,592

THE MONEY MARKET DURING MARCH,1933.

the

issues.

91,972,000
5,083,000
7,702,000

85,684,000
2,529,000
4,923,000

the

great deal weaker than

depressed,

were

$

$

71,231,000
2,408,000
3,419,000

47,903,000

—

.

27,294,900

14,089,000

$

42,887,000
2,280,000
2,736,000

—

Jan. 1 to March 31—
n
■
Stock sales—Number of shares.

!

4,524,072

$

1930.

1931.

1932.

2,561,464

Bond sales (par value)
Domestic

Total bond sales

though often being

stocks

the

Month of March—
Stock sales—Number of shares..

EXCHANGE.

ON THE CURB

1933.

more

liquid positions, but others which

most

severely affected

or

which

maintain

were

were

in

com¬

themselves
vulnerable found difficulty in
meeting demands upon

REVIEW

MONTHLY

14

,4 The lteserve Bank tells us that owing to the diminution
the gold holdings and the increase in the reserve re¬
quirements on account of the great expansion in Federal

when ordinary

trading in securities on the Stock

Exchange

.

in

in circulation

notes

Reserve

"the

gold reserves of

excess

$400,-

Banks declined to a little over

the Federal Reserve

time as compared with a high point of
nearly $1,500,000,000 in January."
It also points out that
the burden fell most heavily on the New York Reserve
000,000

at

one

which was called upon to meet, not alone the de¬
district, but large demands from other
districts as well, and also that to maintain its reserve posi¬
tion the Bank found it necessary to rediscount a substan¬
Bank,

mands from its own

tial

them

of

amount

sell

its

other Reserve banks and
Government securities.

with

paper

addition

in

of

some

its

in the condition statements of the

We discuss the changes

head¬

system as a whole under separate

Federal Reserve

ings further along in this article, and therefore need
cover
the same subject here.
In view, however, of

not

the
special stress experienced at New York it will not be out
of place to note the changes in the Condition of the New
York Federal Reserve Bank, considered by itself.
Member
bank discounts with the New York Federal Reserve bank,
as
against $63,696,000 Feb. 21, increased to $280,617,000
March i, and to $772,762,000 March 8.
It was then that
the New York Reserve Bank was obliged to rediscount
$210,000,000 of these discounts with the Chicago Federal
Reserve Bank.
On March 15, the member banks were able

the call loan rate on the Stock Exchange
continued at 5%.
In the outside market-trades were done
at 41/2%,
On Thursday, March 16, after renewals on the
Stock Exchange had been effected at 5%, the rate for hew
loans was lowered to 4% which was also the figure quoted
in the outside market.
O11 Friday, March 17, after renewals
had been made on the Stock Exchange at 4%, the rate for
new loans was reduced to 3% while some funds were avail¬
able in the street market at 2^%.
The following Monday
March 20 after renewals had been effected at 3y$% the
rate for-new loans dropped to 3%,, and this latter remained
the rate for both new loans and renewals. the rest of the
month.
In the Outside market loans could be obtained at
again' started,

first at

12335474689—

2%%, then at 2% and
1%%.

on

Friday, March 31, some

deals were reported at

The time loan rate also was

marked down sharply the

of the month, though quotations were entirely
nominal, with scarcely any business done on this class of
accommodation.
At first after the resumption of business
on the
Stock Exchange the nominal rate for time loads
was 5% for all periods, then there was a reduction to 4%
and on Friday,. March 17, a further reduction to 3*4%.
For the week ending March 25, nominal quotations were
2% % for loans running for 30 days to 90 days, and 396
for loans of 4 months, 5 months and 6 months.
The re¬
mainder of the month rates were quoted nominally, at
2% per annum for 30 to 90 days and at 2@21/>% for 4 to 6
latter part

bank suspension which lasted from the close of business on

103

Friday. March 3. to Monday morning March 13, there

Feb. 29 1932.

$614,-

to reduce their indebtedness to the Reserve Banks to

222,000 and then the rediscounts dropped to $143,800,000.
On March 22, member bank discounts fell to $248,523,000,
and thereupon rediscounting disappeared altogether.
On
March 29, member bank discounts were further reduced to
$170,556,000, thus showing steady improvement in the posi¬
tion

of

York

New

the

Reserve

while

bank,

months.

the Reserve

New York also

at

showed contraction

after large expan¬

The New York Reserve
$561,839,000 of Reserve notes in circula¬

sion, but not to the same extent.
institution reported
tion

Feb.

on

$994,750,000
March

8,

and

this

from

there was an

increase to

15, with a drop to $848,349,000 on
this latter, however, must be added $10,-

March

29.>

To

338,000* of Federal Reserve bank notes outstanding at the
same date.
It is worth noting here, too, that the deposits
of the New York Clearing House banks were heavily re¬
duced during the same period, these deposits are ^hown only
in averages for the week, and as against an average of
demand deposits for the week ending Feb. 4 of $6,318,-

937,000, the
with

a

dropped to $4,912,485,000 March 18,

average

recovery

Match 25, and

only to $5,027,957,000 for the week ending

to;$5,i7l>7l3 000 for the week ending April 1.

Time deposits at

the

time declined from an average
of $842,566,000 for the week ending Feb. 4, to $716,131,000
same

the average for the week ending March

25, with the average
for
the
week
ending . April 1, $715,451,000.
This con¬
traction occurred in face of the fact that on Friday March 3,

the New York Clearing House gave notice that on Mon¬
day March

6, the rate of interest allowed
of 1%

posits, would be raised from %

on

demand de¬
to 1%.

per annum

The

previous January the rate allowed had been reduced
frdih V2% to }4%.
It should be added that the Harriman
Bank & Trust Co. with the ending of the bank moratorium
allowed

not

was

appears

in

to

and

re-open

therefore

now

longer

no

Clearing House returns.
In the Clearing
March 4, this bank showed $19,577,000

the

House statement for

of demand deposits and

$5,102,000 of time deposits.
Money rates covered a wide range during the month.
They spurted up sharply day after day in the early part
of the month, but also declined sharply later in the month
the tension

as

relieved.

was

The New

York

Federal Re¬

Bank announced after the close of business

serve

on

March 2,

the discount rate would be raised the next day

that

from

2*4% to 3i/o% and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
announced

raised

maining ten

quoted

The

market and

advances

were

likewise

rate

March

would

4.

The

reduced their

never

in

no

rate

The call

Exchange

was

the

was

rate

now

During the period of the

rates therefore.
fullest

found

rates

be
re¬

was

expression

in

the

the New York Stock Exchange,

on

loan

still quoted at

renewals, and

advanced
on

to

rate

1%
2%

the New

on

on

Feb. 28, but

both

for

York
on

new

Stock

March 1.

loans

and

Thursday March

to 2Vi%. while

on

been put through at

2, the rate was marked
Fridav March 3, after renewals had

3%%. the rate for hew loans

was

ad¬

to 4%.
In the outside) market the rate was 5%.
On the opening of the banks on Monday March 13. thete was
no Stock Exchange quotation, the
opening of the Stock Ex¬

vanced

change having been deferred to Wednesday March 15. There
were reports, however, that call loans were being renewed
on that dav at 5%.
Business at the money post on the New
York

Stock

with

renewals

Exchange
fixed




was

at

resumed

5%.

On

on

Tuesdav

Wednesday.'

March

March

2H

2)6

2)6

2H

2)6

6 Months.

2)6
2)6

2)6
2)6
2)6

2)6
2)6

2)6

4.

5 Months

4 Months.

90 Days.

2)6

2 Yi

__

3.

:

60 Days.

2)6

2)6

2K

Satur day

..

Sun day

5.

6-..-

7

BANK H OLIDAY

8
9

—

10

Satur day

11-

Sun day

12.

...

5

5

5

5

4

4

4

4

3)6

3H

5

4

3)6

—

5

4

16.

3)6

3)6

2 )6

-

3)6
Satur day

—

20—

2%

21

2 yj

2 )6

Sun day
3
2H
3
2)6

22-.

2)6

2MS

2)6

3

2H

2)6

2)6

3

2)6

2)6

2)6

....

—

3

Satur day
:

Sun day

27—

2
2

2@2)6
2®2)6
2®2)6
2®2)6

2
2

30—

2

31

Low.

March.

4

2)6

2)6

18

Saturda y

4

3X

19..

Sunday
3)6

Saturda y
—

......

3

20

Sunday

21

v.——,

'

HOLI DAY

BANK

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

J.

24.

3
'

-

-

-

25

9

26

—

Saturda y

3

— —

.--

29—

14

5

5""

15

5

5

16—

4

5

:

•

5""

■i 5

3

3

3

3

3

30

3

31

3

-

3

3
3

v.;*.-:

3

3
3

'r/YYl-:-

5

'

Saturda y

.3

27. —Ju

28—

-

Sunday

——

Sunday

12

■

3

3

L

23—..

:

8

3)6

3

22

6

7

Renewal

4

3

17

3)6

-

5.

High.

Low.

March.

1

2

2)6

2
4

YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.

Renewal

High.

1

1

3

ON THE NEW

CALL LOANS

2@2^
2@2>*
2@2 H
2%2Yi
2@2)6

2®2H
2@2 )6
2@2)6
2@2 )6
2®2)6

2® 2)6

28

Rates for commercial paper before the bank holidays were
1%@3% for prime 4 to 6 months' names and the same for
names less well-knowui.
After the resumption of business
the

quotations were 3% for prime names and 33/^% for
less well-known.
On March 22, the New York Federal

names

reported that from figures received by it
paper dealers the volume of commercial

Bank

Reserve

from commercial

paper outstanding Feb. 28
was $84,200,000.
This com¬
pared with $84,600,000 on Jan. 31, and with $102,818,000 on
the

In

-V

pronounced likewise in the case of bankers

very

acceptances.

up

its

effective

rate of 33/4%.

of the call loan rate

cgse

that

3%%

Reserve banks had

a common

money

but

3,

2to

33A% and accordingly all the 12 Reserve banks

below

no

March

on

from

Rates on Mixed Collateral.

30 Days.

2^_

significant point here is that there was rapid con¬

traction again after the acute stage of the crisis had been
surmounted.
The volume of Reserve notes in circulation

TIME LOAN RATES.

OF

March.

system as a whole showed similar improvement.
The

DAILY RECORD

rates

of hankers'

case

were

acceptances the fluctuations in

sharp, at first in an upward direction, and then

towards lower figures

again. During February there had been
aggregating %% all around and

several advances in rates

%% bid and y±% asked for 30, 60
bid and 1%% asked.
In the early
days of March brisk further advances occurred; on Wed¬
nesday, March 1, rates were marked up a full 1% on all

raising the rates from
and

90

days to 1*4%

maturities in

both

the

bid

and the asked column and

on

3, rates were again advanced, this time
1*4% in both the bid and asked columns for 30 to 90 day
Friday,

March

in the bid and asked columns for
days.
With the resumption of
business on Monday, March 13 rates were marked up *4
of 1% for all maturities in both the bid and ask columns,
but were reduced again by *4 of 1% on Thursday, March

maturities, and
maturities

to

be

of

1%%

120

followed

to

180

14.

16.

15.

reductions aggregating

on

Friday.

March

% of 1%

on

17. by two further

all maturities in both

April, 1933.]

MONTHLY

bid and the ask columns.

the

Oh Monday, March

15

KEVIEW

fashion when these memberbanks fouhd fhefr'Mfualion
At the same time the gold holdings of:

20 there;

another reduction, this time of % of 1% for all maturi¬
ties in both the bid and the asked columns.
This brought

greatly improved.

rates down to 2%% bid and 2% asked for maturities run¬
ning from 30 days to 90 days;' to 2%% bid and 2%% asked

takings of gold on foreign account, and also by.
propensity for hoarding, were liberally replenished
tlirdugh President Roosevelt's edict against the hoarding
practice.
The final result was that the ratio of reserves

was

for 120

the Federal Reserve banks, so seriously depleted by reason
of the huge

the home

days, and to 2%% bid and 2*4% asked for mature

ties Of 150 and 180 days.
The bill buying rate of the New
York Federal Reserve Bank which early in February had
been lowered, but was again moved upward bringing the
i.

.

/»

ji.

"i~

.

J:—-

.i.

s

ii'ii.

I..

-t

j

f)i

I

r

1-

J

-t

buying rate for the shorter maturities back to 1%, on March 1
was raised another
V2 of 1%, bringing the rates for bills
running from 1 to 90 days up to 1^%.
On Thursday,.
March

2, the rate

and

Friday, March 3,

on

was

3*4%.

was advanced to

On Thurs¬

down still another y2 of 1%, leaving it at 2% for bills
selling from 1 to 90 days.
The survey of the outstanding;

volume

of

bankers'

acceptances taken just prior to the
holiday which was released March 22 and

which gave the amount for Feb.
28, revealed very little
change from the amount outstanding on Jan. 31. The amount
for Feb. 28, was given as $703,825,889 or
$3,578,411 less than

26541

the amount

on

Jan. 31, which was

$707,404,300.
Robert H.
Executive Secretary of the American Acceptance
Council, remarked that the extent of the sudden shifting of
bank holdings of purchased
bills, necessitated by the approaching bank difficulties which came to a head on March
Bean,

6,

seen in the sharp reduction of own and other bills
by the accepting banks from $626,274,495 on Jan. 31

was

held

to

$325,006,642

on

Feb. 28.

It is added that within

few

a

n

t

Federal Reserve notes in actual circula¬

The amount of

institutions had increased in Febru¬
$2,773,192,000 Feb. 8 to $3,579,522,000 March 1.
Then there was a further. increase to $4,292,702,000 on
March 15, showing expansion for the five weeks in the'
sum of over $1,519,000,000.
But on March 22 there was a
reduction to $3,916,342,000, and on March 29 a further reduc¬
tion to $3,747,626,000, making a contraction for these two
weeks of, roughly, $545,000,000.
It is noteworthy, and per-■
haps also significant, that there was very little .resort tofrom

ary

day, March 16, however the rate was lowered from 3*4%
to 3%. * On Monday, March 20, it was lowered still an¬
other *4 of 1% and on Thursday, March 23, was marked

general bank

4-A

tion by the 12 Reserve

y2 of 1% to 2%

moved up another

against Reserve note and deposit liabilities of the Federal
Reserve System, after having fallen very low, was brought
Winf wmrnnrnrl 1011
n«r,ociinri fnn t'lmfhaf
back again to a figure that removed all occasion for further
anxiety on that point..'
-.-a:

1'v.v.aU

the

use

of that

the issuance

new

device for relieving the situation, namely,

Federal

of

bank

Reserve

notes.

$14,-

Only

228,000 of these bank notes were reported outstanding on
March

29, nearly the whole amount at New York.

Still

striking is the way Federal Reserve credit was ex¬
panded and then promptly reduced.
Taking the bill and
more

security holdings as the measure of the
Reserve

credit

volume of this

after an increase
from $2,071,325,000 Feb. 8 to $2,936,739,000 March 1, a fur-.
outstanding,

ther huge increase to

there

was.

$3,717,850,000 March 8, making the.
weeks $1,646,000,000, roughly, but

expansion for the four

days after the first of March and before the bank holiday
further substantial sales reduced the
accepting banks' hold¬
ings to about $250,000,000, while dealers' portfolios were re¬
duced in the aggregate to about
$18,000,000.
Practically

reduction began the very next

all

curred in the holdings of United States Government securi-;

of the

remaining volume of bills, it

by this time

where such

the

paper

of

hands

the

could be put

to

was

Federal
use

in

asserted,

Reserve

was

Bank,

support of

cur¬

issues.

rency

and

during the whole of
in

contraction

Relatively little change

the

this period,

volume

the

:

billion dollars,

,

security holdings by March 29

being down to $2,699,117,000.
ties

a

of

Reserve

expansion

credit

«

oc¬

and

outstanding

on the discount holdings
reflecting member bank borrowing, and on the holdings of

acceptances purchased in the open market.

holdings*, after having

Call Loans

Accept' ces

30 Days
60 Days
90 Days
120 Days
150 Days
180 Days
Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid <k Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask
Bid & Ask

2H-2H
2H-2X
3H-3 H

—

2...
3....

2H-2X
2H-2X

2X-2X
2X-2X
3X-3X

3X-3X

4____

2%-2X
2X-2X
3%-3%

2%-2X
2X-2X
-SX

4

-3X

the member banks had in

HOLIDA

9..

their

10....

11—.

Saturday
Sunday
3%-3%
3?*-3^
3*4-3%
3%-3%

12

13...

3X-3X
3^-3^
3%-3%
3M-3H
3
-2X

14-...
lo-i.._

it::

3^-3^
3H-3X
3H-3X
3X-3X
3
-2J4

3

18....

Saturday
Sunday
2X-2
2X-2
2X-2
2X-2

19

20—

2^-2
2Ys~2
2^-2
2H-2

23—

2H~2
2X-2
2H-2
2M-2
2X-2

2X-2

27—

2X-2
2X-2
2X-2
2X-2
2X-2

28....
29

30—
31

2X-2

Saturday
Sunday
2H-2
2%-2
214-2
2X-2
2X-2

2X-2
2H-2
2X-2
2X-2
2X-2

position that they

-3%
4
-3%
4
-3%
3%-3%

4%-4%
4H-AX
4X-4X
4
-3%

4

3X-3X

2X-2X
2X-2X
2H-2X
2X-2X

2X-2X
2H-2X
2X-2X
2X-2X
2%-2%

4X-4X
4X-4X
4X-4H

2%-2%

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

March 8,

-3X

velt put

$3,010,777,000;

March 22 there

on

$3,236,766,000.

total
ties

reserves

combined

Feb. 8.

4X

Thirty days

...

Four months

....

Five months

Six months
Commercial paper—
'
Double and single names—
Prime 4 to 6 months..

OF

the

March

Federal

Reserve

is

they

IN

banks

show

Federal Reserve System

York

3

the

NEW

of

YORK

3X

CITY.

the condition

for

the

great

statements.

different

strain

to

weeks

which

of
the

subjected and that they also
in which the Reserve authorities

responded to the pressure, and they disclose besides how
promptly contraction occurred after the pressure had been
The volume of Reserve

credit

enormously increased, and then in equal

outstanding
measure

was

reduced.

A

huge addition occurred in the amount of Federal Reserve
notes in circulation, and then was followed
by a very note¬

worthy contraction, while member bank borrowing,,at first
increased, was reduced
in
equally noteworthy

heavily




reserve

With

3

3X

was

reveal the free-handed way

relieved.

.

THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS-

distinguishing feature
that

\-i

3

LOANS

with

The

of

to

was

other

the

New

York

Reserve

only 41.4%, and at

that

Bank

on

time the '

obliged to rediscount $210,000,000

Reserve

institutions,

and

even

on

This

ings. and with gold holdings concurrently increased, the New

2

3X

BROKERS'

The

2

V

2@2^
2@2X
2@2X

3

bills

back to 57.8%.

as bor¬
by the member banks was heavily reduced,/and
by March 29, with a still further reduction in such borrow-

\

Good 4 to 6 months

THE RETURNS

2

3

ratio

down

was

stage of the crisis was especially pro¬
York, as it always is at critical times* '

item, however, disappeared entirely the next week,

2X
2X
3

its

On March 8 the ratio of

rowings

3

2X

was

further increase to

March 15 it still reported $143,800,000 of rediscounts:

3-3

3

3X@5
3% @5
Bank
3X@5
Holiday 3X@5
3H@5
3X@5

.

Sixty days
Ninety days

3-3 X

reserve

8

was a

deposits and Federal Reserve note liabilif
had fallen to 45.6% as against 65.3% on

New York institution
Apr. 1.

Stock Exchange—

3-5

\

to

By March 29 the ratio

the

and

of

Range for week (mixed & ind. coll.)

gold

wonderful transformation in the reserve 1

a

pressure at the acute

MONEY AT NEW YORK.

Week's average (mixed & Ind. coll.)__
Time loans (mixed & ind. coll.)—

The

March 29 still another increase t<5
—
<
} ;

on

.

All this worked

Week Ended

on

named.

began to rise immediately after President Roose-

$3,192,322,006, and

2X-2X
2X-2X
2X-2X
2X-2X
2H-2X

Mar. 11 Mar. 18 Mar. 25

sum

ban upon gold hoarding.
On March 15 these;
gold holdings showed an increase from $2,683,539,000 to "

March

Call loans

in the

a

nounced here at New
RATES FOR

greatly improved

able to reduce their borrowing

position of the Reserve System.
2H-2X
2X-2H
2X-2K
2%-2X
2X-2X

so

¬

holdings of the 12 Reserve institutions, which had been
drawn down from $3,247,124,000 Feb. 8 to $2,683,539,000

3%-3%

2H-2X
2X-2X
2H-2X
2X-2X
2X-2X

the interval

were

Reserve institutions

at the
4

3X-3X

-2%

,

22, and then to $545,110,000 March 29, the contraction fer
tile three weeks being over $868,000,000.
This meant that

7

BANK

$712,391,000 March 1, the next week—namely, the week

ending March 8—almost doubled again, reaching a total of

first to $1,232,316,000 March 15. then to $670,869,000 March

6...

8

to

The discount
increased from $252,640,000 Feb. 8

$1,413,936,000, the addition for the four weeks thus having
been over $1,161,000,000.
A quick decline promptly followed,

2X-2X
2X-2X

4

Saturday
Sunday

5-._

of

of these bill

the total

over

having been based almost entirely
PRIME BANKERS' ACCEPTANCES.

March Secured by

1

in

week, and in the three weeks

to March 29 the contraction reached

I

ratio

Federal

rose

to

52.2%.

1

;

Reserve note issues

.

heavily increased,,,
the amount of United States Government securities pledged
as part collateral for these Reserve note issues naturally
also increased.
They had risen from $316,200,000 Feb.; 8
to $886,400,000 March 8, and then ran up to $1,009,300,000
March 15, but fell back to $868,700,006 March 29^ The
acceptance holdings of the 12 Reserve institutions,1, afterincreasing from $31,338,000 Feb. 8 to $383,666,000 March 1,
and then to $417,289,000 March 8, were then allowed to fall
back to $310,235,000 March 29. With interest rates higher,
and with bank acceptances yielding a better return/ foreign
holdings of domestic acceptances once more began id in¬
crease,'and for March 29 athe amount was $46,549,000 as
so

against $29,398,000 March 1.
The changes

in brokers' loans here in New York

were

again of little consequence, and with broker borrowing so
very small the changes from month to month in that item.
are

really of only academic interest.
As compiled by the
Bank, these brokers' loans of

New York Federal Reserve
the

reporting member banks in New York City stood at
$371,000,000 March 29 as against $418,000,000 March 1.
As
compiled monthly by the New York Stock Exchange, the "

'
v

REVIEW

16

of Stock Exchange members
on
and carried in New lork,
aggregated $310,961,581 at the close of business on March
31, as against $359,957,056 on Feb. 28.
COURSE OF STERLING EXCHANGE DURING MARCH.
show that borrowing
collateral, contracted for

returns

'

of course badly demoralized
banking crisis, or, rather, not so much
the Crisis itself as the means, that had to be taken tor
dealing with it.
Europe in the process of recalling its
funds in this country, out of a fear that the United States
would be forced off the gold standard, had been withdraw¬
ing enormous amounts of gold from the Federal Reserve
banks, either for actual shipment abroad or for earmark¬
ing, and it was these heavy foreign gold takings which
served seriously to deplete the gold reserves of the Federal
Reserve banks and indeed threatened to pull them down
below the legal limits if the movement continued unchecked.
It was these foreign gold takings, too, that constituted an
important factor in precipitating the banking crisis with
which the Washington authorities were suddenly called
foreign exchanges were

The

result of the

a

as

important
simultaneously

to deal, and doubtless also they played an
part in aggravating the distrust which had
developed in this country and to intensify the disposition to
hoard gold here.
The two movements were really con¬
current, the domestic withdrawals for hoarding and the
upon

withdrawals for export or for earmarking and
said to have acted and reacted upon one an¬
other, and it was the two together which finally eventuated
in the acute crisis which was freighted with such momen¬
foreign

they may be

consequences.

tous

desired to make here, in the discus¬
sion of the course of the foreign exchanges, is that the
situation as regard these foreign exchanges was abruptly
changed, when the Federal Government stepped in and
declared banking moratoria covering the whole country
and as part of its plan of remedy interdicted further taking
of gold both on domestic account and on foreign account
as
well.
Previously Europe had been able to take gold
without limit, now it was possible not to take any gold
at all, nor to export the metal except in the case of gold
previously set aside under earmairk and which might now
be packed and actually exported, Italy having exported
$17,100,000 in that way and Portugal $600,000.
Foreign
exchange trading in the New York market was suspended
on Saturday, March 4 following the proclamation of
Gov¬
ernor
Lehman of New York of a two-day bank holiday
covering Saturday, March 4 and Monday, March 6.
Presi¬
dent Roosevelt's proclamation,
dated Sunday, March 5,
ordering a four-day bank holiday and placing an embargo
on gold
takings would of course have resulted in world¬
wide suspension of dollar exchange transactions had not
The

point that it is

Lehman's earlier announcement already brought

Governor

about

this

quotations were suspended in
Greenwich time on Saturday,
For the hour or more previous, practically no
Dollar

result.

London and Paris at 11 A. M.
March

4.

the general uncertainty.

owing to

occurred

had

trading

principal foreign exchange market and the
decision of the London bankers led to a virtual suspension
is the

London

of

throughout the world.

trading

dollar

No foreign ex¬

change business was .transacted in New York for the whole
of the following wL«, namely the week ending Saturday,
March 11.
At a meeting of foreign exchange representatives
in New York on Saturday,
within

after

48 hours

tions which took

place prior to March 6 and which might

bank moratorium.
A similar decision
dollar contracts.
It was

fall due during the
was

March 4, it was decided to settle

the opening of trading all transac¬

reached in London regarding

explained that this would have no effect on open market
rates because it would simply be a clearing up of contracts.
time

At the same
information
the

of

I.

Fred

meantime

President

committee was set up as a source of
in foreign exchange.
In

a

for banks interested
the

director and former
Trust Company of New

Kent,

Bankers

and President of the Council of

ViceYork

New York University,

was

placed in charge of foreign exchange for the Federal Re¬
serve Bank of New York, it becoming his duty to see to it
that the regulations

and restrictions imposed by the Secre¬

appeared to be wholly under

the influence of Great

Britain's

Equalization Fund and the pound being de¬
preciated it appeared to be the British policy not to permit
a rapid rise and yet the flow of funds to London being such
that the tendency seemed to be strongly upward, the rise
being kept in check merely by the operations of the Equaliza¬
tion Fund.
The range for cable transfers on London March
31 was $3.41% a $3.43, which compared with $3.41 a $3.41%
on March 1. v;.'V.v-Vj
:•/,
We have stated that the emergency measures taken in:
this country had had the effect of strengthening confidence
in the American situation rather than the reverse and that
whereas before the closing down of the foreign exchange
market the foreign exchanges had been running strongly
Exchange

.

against the United States, while now they turned in favor
of this country.
Another thing that served to show that
the disturbances here found no reflection in Europe was

York on
3%%, no
itself under the necessity of raising

though the Federal Reserve Bank of New
its discount rate from 2%% to

that

March 4 raised

European bank found
its discount rate, the only changes

during the month by

foreign central banks having been a reduction on March
24 from 6% to 5% in the rate of the National Bank of

March 14 from 6%% to 6% in
Portugal.
Another feature, as far as Great Britain is concerned,
was the fact that the Bank of England was able week after
week to enlarge its gold holdings.
In the week ending
March 8 the bank added no less than £9,734,344 to its stock

Austria and a reduction on
the rate of the Bank of

in the week ending March

of the metal;

15 it added £6,-

in the
noted,
March 31 authorized the

433,911; in the week ending March 22 £3,239,917 and
week ending March 29 £2,313,252.
It deserves to be

too, that the British Treasury on
Bank of England to reduce the fiduciary currency

issue
The £15,000.000 reduc¬
tion represents the increase made on August 1 1931, shortly
before Great Britain was forced to suspend gold payments. •
In speaking of the work of the National Government dur¬
ing the preceding twelve months Neville Chamberlain,
Chancellor of the Exchequer, told an audience in Birming¬
ham on March 24 that British credit was "so fully restored
that the Government is almost embarrassed by the amount,,,
of foreign money brought to London by people who feel it
to be a safer place than whence it came."
With the idea of reducing the floating debt, which jumped
by £200,000,000 to £820,870,000 in the past twelve months,
the British Treasury on Mar. 17 invited tenders for a new
2%% conversion loan which will insure cheap borrowing for
the next sixteen years.
Advices to this effect were contained
in a London cablegram Mar. 17 to the New York "Times"
£275,000,000 to £260,000,000.

from

stated:

which also
The

expansion of the

huge

foreign credits borrowed

floating debt was caused by repayment of

in the United States and France in 1931 in an
pound on the gold standard and by the fact

ineffectual effort to keep the

£150,000,by an issue of
treasury bills.
The new loan, which will be finally repayable in Oct. 1949
is not comparable in magnitude or effect with last Summer's conversion of
the
£2,000,000,000 war loan, which is annually saving ,the exchequer
£30,000,000.
*
i
government's exchange equalization fund, amounting to

that the

000,

was

temporarily financed

at the time of its creation

the usual tenders are received
be allotted next
week will be
£45,000,000, of which thg new conversion loan will not be
allowed to exceed
£5,000,000.
Subsequent allotments depend uppn the
Applications will be invited weekly when

for

bills, and

treasury

for the loan.

demand
The
sional

date

the maximum amount of both to

loan

of

particularly designed to attract bankers and other profes¬
credit who favor a stock with a reasonably near fixed

is

dealers

in

indicates the Government's view that the present

redemption and

period of cheap money is unlikely to last.

of England was able to enlarge its
such a notable fashion very little of the
be said to have come from this side, only $8,-

Though the Bank
gold holdings in
metal

can

900,000 of gold having been exported during the month from
New York.
The gold movement to and from the United
States is of exceptional
unusual

interest at

this( time, in view of the

happenings of the month, and in the following we

reproduce from the Monthly Review of the New York Fed¬
eral Reserve Bank the discussion of the subject, as follows:

movement begun in February,
the
of the United States declined $138,observed.
009,000 in the first three days of March, due principally to
a further increase in gold held under earmark for foreign
When foreign exchange trading was resumed here on
account which amounted to $119,000,000.
In addition, ex¬
Monday, March 13 the market witnessed a striking advance.
in the dollar in terms of other currencies as compared with
ports totaled $19,800,000, of which $8,900,000 went to
March 3 when the last previous transactions in foreign ex¬
England, $5,900,000 to Holland, $4,200,000 to France and
$700,000 to Switzerland.
The only import for the period
change in New York took place.* In.other words, confidence
was $2,300,000 from India.
in the dollar had been strengthened in the interval by what
"In the latter part of the month $17,700,000 of gold
had happened here. ■. Previously nearly all the leading ex¬

tary of jhe Treasury

and the Federal Reserve banks were

"Continuing

the

monetary gold stock

..

against the United States, making
takings on foreign account, now
they once more turned in favor of the United States.
In
the case of sterling exchange when London got in touch
with New York on Monday, March 13, it was found that
the London banks were bidding $3.44 for spot sterling.
On
changes

had

possible

the

March

3

turned

large gold

cable

transfers

here

on

London

March

had

closed

at

13 sold as low as
$3.38%.. The low in New York was $3.39 a net loss as
compared with the close on March 3 of 6%c.
On March
15 cable transfers on London sold as high as $3.47%, and
all through the month sterling manifested a disposition
to rise, but as in previous months the course of sterling
$3.45*4,

Sterling




in

London

previously earmarked was released and exported under
licenses granted by the Secretary of the Treasury, of which

$17,100,000 went to Italy and $600,000 to Portugal.
"From March 4 to 31, the monetary gold stock of this
country rose by $34,000,000, due partly to the release and
sale in this market of $7,500,000 of gold previously held
under

earmark,

partly to imports of $8,400,000 from

the
and partly to receipts by the Assay
additional $18,000,000 of gold, including

Far East and Canada,

Offices

of

an

purchases of newly mined gold and some gold bullion from
miscellaneous sources.

"The
tificates

domestic
to

the

return

Reserve

flow

of

Banks

gold

was

coin

of

and

much

gold

greater

cer¬

im-

April, 1933.]

MONTHLY REVIEW

portance in its effect

on the reserves of the
Federal Reserve
Banks than foreign transactions.
Due largely to the re¬
of hoarded gold, total reserves
of the Reserve banks

turn

increased

$640,000,000 between March 4 and March 29."
Canadian dollar continued to rule at a

The

heavy dis¬

count

17%

during

the

month.

This

discount

ran

several days

on

during the month and
figure for the closing day March 31.

as

high
also

was

as

the

THE CONTINENTAL AND OTHER
FOREIGN EXCHANGES.

As already indicated, the Continental
exchanges continued
run strongly against the United
States during the first
three days of March, before the
suspension of

to

foreign ex¬
change operations, which began on March 4 and continued
including March 11, but with the resumption of
exchange operations on Monday, March 13 the course of
the exchange market was
sharply reversed in the case of
nearly all the leading Continental centers and rates now

decline and with the range March 31
19.30% @19.32.
The
Dutch guilder on cable transfers to Amsterdam
was 40.49@
40.60 March 3, then down to
40.30%@40.33 March 13, fol¬
lowed by a rise to 40.47@40.65 March
15, but moving lower
again after that, with the range March 31
The

States, rendering further gold
exports out of the question even if they had not been actu¬
ally forbidden by the President's proclamation. The French
franc for cable transfers sold
with the resumption of
to

which

the rate back to
3.96^c. March 15. There¬
after however the trend continued
strongly downward and
on
March 31 the range was
3.92%@3.93c.
The par of
French exchange is 3.92.
The Bank of France continued

to show

heavy losses in its gold holdings from week

week, most of the metal going to London.
the

to

In its return for

week

ending March 3 the Bank of France revealed a
gain of 94,586,739 francs, but in the week
ending March 10

there

was

decrease

a

ending March
week

in

17

of

week

francs,

in

the

week

of

35,423,752 francs, in the
decrease of 164,361,016 francs and
March 31 a further decrease of

ending March 24

the

288,060,003

decrease

a

a

ending

215,000,000 francs.
The

German

Exchange

ing under official control of
Aires dispatches
ernment
as

same

the

many

and

the

be

responsive

the

mark

to

also

be

by the political developments in Ger¬
to undisputed control of Adolf

Hitler, and the crusade against the Jews.
March

to

accession

cable transfers

23.86

developments

appeared

on

13

Berlin

The range

for

23.89@23.90 March 1; 23.79@
23.84% @23.86 March 31.
Cable dis¬

and

was

patches from Berlin March 4 stated that the official
quota¬
tion of the dollar had on that
day been reduced by the
Reichsbank from 4.21 marks to 4.20.
It was stated that
this

the first time in almost two
years that the Reichs¬
changed the price of the dollar and that the
change was made chiefly in order to prevent the
was

bank

any

had

spread of

impression abroad that
linked

was

with

up

the

the German mark in some

dollar.

way

The

Bank of Germany
further reduction of its
gold holdings.
For the
first quarter of the month it
reported a loss of 19,269,000
marks, for the second quarter a loss of
10,674,000 marks
and for the third quarter a loss
of 11,627,000 but for
the
fourth
quarter
a
gain of 11,289,000 marks.
The note
circulation of the Bank was reduced
62,594,000 marks in
the first quarter,
26,869,000 marks in the second quarter
and 69,608,000 marks in the
third quarter, but showed
322,876,000 marks expansion in the final quarter of
the
month.
Dr. Hans Luther on March 16
resigned as Presi¬
dent of the Reichsbank.
The general council of the
bank
accepted his resignation and
immediately and unanimously
elected Dr. Hjalmar Schacht as
his successor, "in order
that there may be no
interegnum in the leadership of the
Reichsbank" as the official
announcement
put it.
Dr.
Luther was
suffered

the

subsequently appointed German Ambassador

United

the
of

a

States.

German
the

It

was

Reichsbank

announced

had

on

March

3

to

interval.

to

repay

the

States,

credit, and which
in equal
months at 4%.
renew

was

which
for

a

participated

total of

5.11-5/16@5.11%
figure

March 1;

there

was

5.11% @5.12%
an

advance

the

Switzerland
March

19.47@19.52

as

of

that

Tokio press

yen.

gold

purchases with

agreed to
three

to

transfers

on

American

resumed on
Monday, March 20
by the Bank of Japan.
The drastic foreign
exchange bill
empowering the Government to declare an
embargo on
remittances of money to foreign countries
in emergencies
was passed
by the House of Peers, effective at once.

The

yen for checks showed a
rising tendency after this and in
anticipation of it, with the quotation March 31 at
21.30@
21.% as against 20.59@21.00 March 1.
The Hong Kong
dollar for checks moATed
up from 22.35@22-ll/16 March 1
to
23.54@25-l/16 IVJarch 13 and then turned downward
again
Avith the
range March 31, 22.55@22-15/16.
The Shanghai
tael was
30.09@30% March 13, against 28.60@29.00 March
1,
but on March 31 was
28.91@29.06.
Rupees on Bombay
moA^ed up and down
mainly in accord with the fluctuations
in the pound
sterling.
The price of silver in London as
against 17-l/16d March 1 was
18-7/16d March 9, but there¬
after moved lower
again and March 31 was down to
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by a downward reaction which
left the range March 31 at 5.12
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Italy received
license to export from New York
$17,700,000 of gold which
had been previously earmarked
here for its account.
Exchange on
the
countries
neutral
during the war
participated in the general tendency toward
lower rates
after the resumption of
exchange operations than those
prevailing before the suspension.
Cable
19.44

balance

the Japanese

stated

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Italian lire appeared to be
uninfluenced
in
this country.
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transfers

the

as;***;

$100,000,000,

shares the
remaining

ings

which

in

of

18

that

banks

United

March

$16,000,000

amounting to $86,000,000 due on March 4.
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France, the Bank of England the Bank for
International Settlements and the
Federal Reserve
of

$10,000,000

loan,

Later, however, the price of silver declined again
on
the Far East also moved
lower—except in

rates
case

►-<

agreed

credit

artificially fixed rate ruling

son
with March 3.
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in the price of silver which had
occurred in London in the

*

to

days how¬

operations at
before the closing

$50,000,000 borrowed by
Irigoyen regime.
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dealings Avere resumed on Monday, March 13, in
compari¬

appeared

and

from

banks

short-term

in

States

Buenos

the Argentine Gov¬
the dollar to the French franc

the

dollar

United

another.

or

delay might result in making payment on New York loans
amounting to $16,000,000 and in renewal of a

changes that
the

shifted

kind

one

stated that

the necessary funds to meet
obligations falling due in New
York on March 20 but that
because of the uncertainty re¬
garding the dollar position in the exchange market some

and

very little influenced

March 6

in the United States.
It was announced in
financial circles in Buenos Aires that the
Government had

mark, being under the control of the Bank
showed no great changes, or at least no

Germany,

had

basis for exchange operations.
After three
the Buenos Aires market resumed dollar

a

ever

the

of

on South American countries displayed no new
during the month, all the different currencies be¬

features

of

An

40.33@40.35%.
closely similar

a

March 31.

high

as 3.96%c. on March 3;
March 13 the range was
upward reaction followed

followed

and 15.27@15.30%
March 31.
The Swedish crown was
18.30@18.50 March 3; 18.15@18.20 March 13; 18.34@ 18.37
March 15
and 18.15@18.20 March 31.
The Norwegian
crown for cable transfers was
17.72@17.85 March 3; 17.62@
17.65 March 13; 17.74@17.77 March 15 and
17.54@17.57

the

carried

3.92 %c. @3.92 %c.

exchanges

The Danish crown for cable transfers was
15.41@
15.55 March 3; 15.33@15.35 March
13; 15.45@15.47 March 15

on

as

trading

down

Scandinavian

course.

up to and

turned in favor of the United

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§

RATES OF EXCHANGE
ON CONTINENTAL AND
OTHER CENTRES.

_

,

For tables usually

Other

Centres,

appearing here, showing daily rates of
exchange for the month
58 and 61.

see pages




on

the

Continental

and

Exchange

New York Stock
MONTHLY AND YEARLY

1932.

$192,056,200
686,626,500

$250,900,700

March

March 31

every

They need no extended

Jan. 1.

security dealt in on the

Jan. 1 to

the New York Stock Exchange

during

The tables embrace

introduction, as they are self-explanatory.

We give bonds first, using the

Exchange.

33,031,499
99,110,149

20,096,557

58,129,049

March 31

complete record of the transactions on

18 to 40 furnish a

The tables on pages

March and the range since

Shares_

March

764,520,950

1932.

1933.

Stock Sales.

1933.

Bond Sales.

Jan. 1 to

PRICES DURING MARCH 1933.

BOND

OF

RANGE

RECORD

classification adopted in the official list.

The

each case the month when the bonds mature.
In accordance with the rule adopted by the New York Stock Exchange in 1909, all quotations for interest-paying bonds
are"at a price to which accrued interest must be added. The exceptions to the rule are income bonds and bonds on which
interest is in default.
A. few other bonds, like the Holland-America Line 6s, for special reasons, are also quoted "flat,*
but where this is the case the quotation "flat" will be found against the name of the issue.
This method of quoting bond
headed 11 Interest Period" indicate in

black-faced letters in the column

Jan. 2 1909.

became effective
For

footnotes to tables see

last page of bonds and last page

beginning

„

!*

BONDS

Sales in

March.

STOCK

Y.

N.

Value.

U S

3a

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN

Price
Jan. 3

Ask.

Bid.

102»uSale

June 15 1932-1947

Registered

5,000

First 4s

Registered
Registered

37,000

First

102»„Sale

June 15 1932-1947

First 4 %s

2,642,000

;

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

993°,2Mar.

3 10124s2Mar. 17
3 100203a Mar. 3

992832Mar.

3 101,0s*Mar. 20

99»°,iMar.

1001032Feb.
101*32 Jan.

101"S2 100"3,101232

10116s2Sale

101"32SaIe

101«,2 Mar. 16 10H8«Mar. 17

1011«S2

3 1032o,2Jan. 26
3
28 1002o3,Mar.
13 1022®«Jan. 28

3 102»,2Jan.

25

101 «S2 Mar. 16 10221,,Jan.

26

992832Mar.

1011632Feb. 27 101i8„Feb. 27
4

100i232Mar.

102»32 Mar. 16

103»o„jan.

101",2Sale

100123?Mar.

1011432Sale

102232 Mar. 16

1032o3,jan.

26

100 882 Mar.

Mar.

lOl^ Sale

101",2Sale

100»32

103i8s,Sale
Treasury 4 % s

.

10718,sSale

10314sjMar.

1031432Mar.

2

1052032Sale

10 9 632Mar.

11143, Feb.

10927s,Sale

1092»32Jan.

110i43,Jan.

23

998i,2Mar.

IO5933 Mar. 16

10714„Jan.

1021632Sale

104'°„Sale

993132Mar.

10617i,Sale

104i6J2Mar. 31

104 1 632Mar.

4

104i«32Mar.

106,73,Jan.

104j'9„Sale

1933-1938

Oct 15

Fourth 4Ms

46,000

Oct ~15 1947-1952

I."

Registered..

8,764~000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

MARCH.
Lowest.

103i»3,Sale

3

98M32Mar,

98 1433Mar,

l05173,Feb.

102«,2Sale'

10343i Mar. 17

10017«Sale

97<32 Mar.

101»32Mar.

9743i Mar.

Fourth Liberty Loan—

11,277,000
4,444,000

100«s,Sale

100 1632l021G« 101

June 15 '32-47

Sec'd 4%s

Ask

Bid.

lOO'OszSale
100

1932-1947

June 15

.

Ask

Bid.

Exchange was closed

Wednesday, March 15.

10020,2Mar.

Loan—

First 3%s

March 31.

March 1.

1933.

GOVERNMENT

First Liberty

5,471,000

of stocks.

moratoria, the New York Stock
with Saturday, March 4, and was not reopened until the morning of
banking holidays or

NOTE.—Owing to the

Dec 15

Treasury 4s_

Registered
4,329~006 Treasury 3%s
Registered
3,255~000 Treasury 33As
Registered
7,000

1944-1954

1642°;,Sale"

Mar 15 1946-1956

102*,, Sale

June 15 1943-1947

97

June

35*

15

1940-43

Registered

2,000

J

(See

June 15 1946-1949

Note

1947
Apt 16 1948

1963

1945

7s 2d series

Argentina
Extl

a

»

__1958
Govt public worka 6a. 1960
Nation (Gort) • f 6a._1959

g 6a

of Oct 1925

...1959

gold 6a set A
1957
External lat a f 6a aer B
1958
Extl a f 6a of May 1926
_I960
External a f 6a (State Ry)
...I960
Extl a t 6a (Sanitary Works)
1961
Publ'C Worka ext a f g 6a..May 1961
Public Worka ext a f 5>ia
...1962

Sinking fund

Argentina (Rep) 5a of 1909
Australia 5 of 1925
July 15
External loan 5s of 1927

1945

1955
1957
..1956
AuNtrian Gort a f 7a
1943
Intei national s f 7s
1957
Baturla (Free State) «xtl6%n
1945
Belgium 25 year external 6Hs_._1949
External a 1 6»
1955
Externa] a f 7«_.
1955
Stabilisation loan 7s
__1956
External g 4)4* or

P

M

102'si Sale"

J

D

J

Cash sale,

e

NOTE.—State and City
dealings in suoh

993032Sale

9912,3 Sale"

972632Saie"




loOi^Saie"
10 0 2032Sale

98

98i°32Sare

l022»3,Feb.

Mar.

Mar.

102»32 Mar.

100,632Mar.

1002«32Mar.

9631s2Mar.

101»32Mar.

96ai,tMar.

98

95i632Mar.

1028„ Jan.

102 832 Jan.

3

991232Mar. 18

1

1002«3,Mar. 20
10229«Feb.
lOO4,, Jan.

951632Mar.

2
23
4
18

98»o„Jan.

98S032Jan.

1928

Deferred

1

97% Feb.

1
11

MK

F

A

28

A

0

29

M N

J

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65

■?*

30%
Sale

26

Sale

29

Sale

68

66%
12

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O

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D

A

O

A

M S
J

D

8

9%
9%

8

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7%
7%
6%
6%
79%
46%

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Sale

8

Sale

7

7%

8

6%

8%
Sale

6

c,

5

Sale

5

Sale

Sale

Sale

42

Sale

48

Sale

42% Sale
42% Sale
45%
41%

47

Sale

47
42

Sale
Sale

38

49%
74%

Sale

51

Sale

53%

Sale

47%
47% Sale
48

Sale

43% Sale
50%

59
Sale

Mar.

5

1

5

Mar.

5

Mar. 31

1

5

Mar.

1
1
2

38

Mar.

1

55

Mar.

3

Mar.

3

71%
72% Mar.
68% Mar.

M S

Sale

Sale

73% Sale
73% Sale
69% Sale

77

M N

Sale

88

Sale

90

Sale

87

Mar. 24

Sale

54

Sale

54

Mar. 31

J

J

92

Sale

J

D

J

J

58

Sale

60

P

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61%
99%

Sale

50% Sale
99% Sale
93% Sale

M S

Sale
Sale

J

J

J

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105

Sale

102

M N

104

Sale

101% Sale

Sale

Sale

73% Sale

gl!

Jan.

6

8

1

48

11

7% Mar. 24

Mar.

Sale

Qx

13

Jan.

Mar. 31

41% Mar. 3
3
42% Mar.
44% Mar. 15

a43

Jan.

Mar. 31

42

Sale

10%
10%
9%
10%

6

Sale

88

Jan.

7% Mar.
7
Mar.

Mar. 30

Sale

Sale

&
49

Sale

47% Sale

11

11
13

9

Sale

Sale

11

10% Jan.

9

2

41%
41%

68% Jan.

8

3
3

45%

Sale

45%

Mar. 30

99

Sale

98

Mar. 24

92%
102%

Sale

89

Mar.

3

Sale

99%

Mar.

3

102

Sale

Mar.

3

100

Mar. 15
Mar. 24
Mar. 15
Mar.

8% Mar.
77% Mar. 27
50% Mar. 29
50% Mar. 28
50% Mar. 29
51
Mar. 29
50% Mar. 28
50
Mar. 23
50% Mar. 28
50
Mar. 28
50% Mar. 28
46% Mar. 23
56% Mar. 17
78% Mar. 28
78% Mar. 29
74% Mar. 29
90% Mar. 30
1
60
'Mar.
54
Mar. 16
18
100% Mar.
94% Mar. 16
104
Mar. 17
103% Mar. 22

2

Mar.

7% Mar.
7
Mar.

Mar. 29

41% Mar.
41% Mar.
41% Mar.
41% Max.

Sale
Sale

28

17% Mar.

Mar. 30

1

47

17% Mar.
63

16

7*

3

47

17
31

7

Mar.

Sale

35

7%

Mar.

48

Mar.
Mar.
65% Mar.
8
Mar.

34

34% Jan.
r35% Feb.

Mar. 29

41

77%

Sale

Mar, 16

75%

78

Sale

Sale

A

A

Sale

41

44

17% Mar. 31
17% Mar. 31
63

Sale

76

M N

M S

15

Sale

M S

F

Sale

V/s
Sale

Sale

M N

F

17% Sale
17% Sale
65% Sale
8
6%

o

75% Mar.
41

41

40%
a40%
a40%
40%
a40%
40%

Jan.

13

Jan.

11
13
21

Jan.

Feb.
Feb.

50K Mar. 29

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

50X Jan.

12
13

51

Jan.

12

51

Jan.

Jan.

13

50% Jan.
50% Jan.

12

Jan.

12

50%
50%
46%
56%

12

Mar. 28

41

Feb.

38

Feb.

49%
71%
72%
68%

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

87

Mar.

95

Jan.

16

54

Mar.

64% Jan.

27

Jan.

12

Mar. 17

78% Mar. 28
78% Mar. 29
74% Mar. 29

45% Mar.

69

Jan.

98

Mar.

11
26

Mar.

102
98

Jan.

89

Jan.

25

107% Jan.

25

Jan.

24

99% Mar.
100

Mar.

106

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rarely on the New York Stock Exchange and usually
The Stock Exchange record hence Is Imperfect and misleading.
page under the general head of "U.S. A Municipal Bonds."

Securities.—Sales of State and City securities occur very

securities being almost entirely at private sale over the counter.
active dealers In these securities will be found on a subsequent

tations. however, by

Mar.

97j32 Mar. 22

D

,

r

7
11

96 * 32 Mar.

97j23

96932 Mar.

166" Sale"

8

1957

7s 3d series
(City) extl loan 6a

Argentine

M

1945
1945
1945
1957
1957

B.
G
D

7s 1st series

,

982»3,Jan.

97% Feb.

25,000, Akershus (Dept) extl 5s
6,000 Autloquia (Dept of) Col 7a A

Antwerp

1028,, Sale

MUNICIPAL'S

FOREIGN GOV I\ A

42,000; Agrlc Mtge Bank • f 6a
33,000'
Sinking fund 6s A

Eiternal • f 7t sen

26

l02>*„Feb.

SECURITIES
May 1957

Extarnal s f 7s aer

962032Sale

1022*3,Jan.

Mar.

93»«32Mar.

99

Mar.

below)

N Y City 4%s

External a f 7« aer

Sale

D

Registered
STATE AND CITY

96

4

9815»2Mar.

100

Mar.

931B82Mar.

100 2,32Mar.

D

J

Mar 15 1941-1943

3,486,000 Treasury 3Ms__.
Registered.
.8,980:666 Treasury 3%s__

17,000
2,000
30,000
11,000
6,000
35,000
23,000
99,000
206,000
300,000
290,000
212,000
307,000
457,000
195,000
115,000
77,000
25,000
867,000
317,000
430,000
141,000
98,000
163,000
262,000
410,000
467,000
474,000

"s,Sale"

Registered

10.000

3,933,000 Treasury

992832Sale

99

Sept 15 1951-1955

7,093.000 Treasury 3s

loIio^Saie"

17

only at long Intervals;
Bid and Asked quo¬

APRIL,' 1933.]

N. T. STOCK

Sales in

BONDS

March.
Value.

n.

y.

stock

Price

14,000
External a f 5a.__._.__.-__._..1960
101,000 Berlin
(Germany) • f 6 Ha
1950
163,000
External sinking fund 6a

a

f g

S

0

4

1958 J

J

e

M N

..

Sale

104 k
17 k

15 k
14 k

Sale

12k

13k

64

Sale
70

.

....

_

.

63 k
73k

70
24 ya
38 Hi
33 k

65

60

40
38
36
20

18k

21

18

1968 M A

32,000
506,000
521,000
290,000
8,000
20,000
319,000
397,000
804,000
741,000
37,000
159,000
37,000

Canada (Dom) Gold 4a
30-year gold 5a

1960 A

99
80

Farm loan af
6a....

I960 J

24k

I960 A

Farmloan»f6a
Farm loan 6a aerlea A
Chile

Republic

Sale
23

7a

External sinking fund
g 6a

External

f gold

a

Ry ref extl

43,000
38,000
86,000

6s

Extl

1961 F

a f 6a int ctfa
Extl sinking fund 6a
External sinking fund 6a
Chile Mtge Bank of gu a f

6k

&

D

Sinking fund gold 6H* guar.. 1961 J D
Guaranteed a f gold 6a.
1961 A (
Guaranteed alnking fund 6a..1962 m IS

37,000
21,000 Chilean Munlc Loan 7a
1960
16,000 Chinese Hukuang Ry 5a
1951
13,000 Chriatlanla (City)
(Oalo)3A-yr 6»-1954
135.OOO Cologne (Germany) a f *H*
1950

205,000^Colombla

J

293,000)

(Rep) gold 6a—..Jan 1961

External

a

f g 6a

O

A

O

74,000
Gold 4H«18,000 Cordoba (City)

6,000!

Externa!

a

F

A

J

I)

1953 M

N

axternal a f 7a... 1957 F

f 7a

A

Nov 15 1937 M N

11,000 Cordoba (Pro*) Argen 7a
Costa Rica
(Republic)—
7a Nov 1 1932
8,000
coupon on
3,000

M IS

1942 J
1951 MN

7a May 1 1936
coupon on

52,000 Cuba iRep of) 5a of 1904
17,000
5a ext debt Ser A of 1914
17,000
4H« external loan
111,000
36-year a f 5H*
236,000
Public Works 5Ha.--June

1449

92

1949
30

70

1945

D

iCundinaroarca (Dept Colombia)
79,000
Externals f6Ha
1959 M 5
25,000 Cxechostovak (Rep of) extl
8a
1951 A C
58,000
Sink *d 8# aer B..
1952 A O
200,000 Denmark 20-yr exterual
J
.

gold 6a

126.000!

External g

209,00.)

.1942

Externa! g 4H*

5H«........

Deutsche Bank

6", 000

26,000!
10,000
18,000
41,000

Stamped extd

part erf* As

lat

.

aec

.

a

f 3H*

1940 A

id

series sinking fund f
Ha..1940
Dresden (City) extl a f 7a
1945
87.000 Dutch East Ind
25-yr extl 6)
1947
101,000
40-yr external aink fd gold 6a .1962
28,000
30-yr external gold 5H*--Mar 1953
63,000
30-yr external gold 5H*- Nov 1953
61.00J E' Salvador (Rep) 1st • ' 8a
A... 1948
Certificates of deposit
18", 000 Estonia (Republic) 7»_.
...1967
19,000 Finland (Rep of) external

A

O

M N

!J

60

74k

12 k

Sale

94

Sale
98

a79

Sale

72

Sale

ioik Sale

M

$

M

P

M N

J

100k Sale
99 k Sale
99 k 100

i

37k Sale
36

Sale"

Pro*

At

Communal

376,000
(Cons Agric Loan)
6H>
17,000 Grax
(Municipality) 8a.

2,625,000

471",000

*er

9lk
91
43

54

59k
J

I

43

50

60

70
Sale

S

67
63 k
58

1958 FA

Sale
60

1954 AO

53 k

58

1954 A

53 k
46 k

55

O

M N

Sale

63

§7*

15 k

"48k
63

Q4

Brit At Ire..
20-year AH*— 1937 PA
Registered.. ..............
F A
z4% fti.id £ op 1966
..1990
Greater Prague—see
"Prague"

44k Sale
46k
106

71k

Sale'
72k

46

Mar. 24

58k Mar. 29
60k Mar. 18

58 k

Sale

57 k

Sale

55k Mar.

S lie

42

Sale

42 k
66

Sale

56
106 k

i

37

Sale

52 k

Sale

104 k

o74k Sale

Mar. 24
Mar. 24

55

8

Mar. 20

25k Mar. 31
120
all

Sale

41

63k Mar. 31

a76k Sale

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

3

Mar. 31

Mar. 29

3

58k Mar.

3i

74k

Mar.

77

a44k Mar

Mar.
Mar.

97

Mar

Mar.
Mar.

36
Mar
o34 k Mar
53
Mar
93
Feb.
93 k Feb.
91k Mar.
92k Mar.

1

2

35
46

48k Mar.
63k Mar.
68k Mar.

Mar. 31
Jan.

Mar.

57
56

Mar.

Mar.

55
120

Jan.
Mar.

all2kMar.

41

a74k

Mar." I "77" Mar."2§!




30

Mar, 31

55k Jan. 11

51
103

Mar. 31
Jan.

Mar.

105k Jan.

i*

11*

D eferred Delfve

Jan.
Jan.

64k Jan. 12
86k Jan. 20

-----

a

3

20
24

63k Mar. 31

Mar. 31
45
Mar. 15
Mar. 24
56
Mar.
1
Mar.
3 106k Mar.
1

sterling,

Jan.
Feb.

36

36
51
103

.

£

11

20
Jan. 28
61
Feb. 18
51
Jan. 12
127 k Jan.
3
123k Jan.
4

25k Mar.

53k Ma". 15
76k Mar. 3

13

99k Jan.
43

62
61

55k Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

100

67
72
66

Mar.

60k Mar.
58 k Mar.

,

E4.8 665 to the

15
15

11

53 k Feb. 23
Jan. 20
Jan. 25

58k Mar.
60H Mar.

.....

rate of

3

85
Jan. 11
16 o50k Feb. 14
1
41
Feb.
4
28| 40k Jan.
9
31
65k Jan. 12
27 ioik Jan.
4
27 101
Jan.
4

5
64
3 106k
9 105k
17
77

a72
Jan.
13,000 Cree'1 Govt • f aec 7a.
1964 MN
29 k
20k
10,00 >
24k 18k 32
Sinking fund secured 6a
alQ
Mar. 16
1968 F
18
A
Mar. 16 al6
Sale
Mar.
17k
38,0 0 Haiti (Rep of) 6s series A
19k
15 k
17
17
Mr. 18
1952
17 k Mar.
2
Sale
16k Jan.
71k Sale
74 k
139,000 Hamburg (State) 6a
74k u71k M r. 3 74 k Mar. 30
1946
52
Sale
a71
Feb.
41
Sale
13,000 Heidelberg (City) extl a f
36 k Sale
36
Mar.3i
43 k Mar. 20
7H*— 1950
36
Mar.
53k Sale
30
40 k
17,000 Helaingfora (City) ext
25 k
33 k
34
Mar 23
6H*
1960
47
38k Mar. 3
Sale
34
Mar.
57
62
25,000 Hungarian Mun Loan
55 k Sale
55
Mar. 16
7H*
1945
57
Mar.
2
i5k Sale
47
Jan.
13k
81,000
19k 22 k Sale al7
External a f 7a
Mar.
3
23 k Mar. 30
Sept 1 1946
i5k
15k Jan.
15k
10,000 Hungarian Land
Sale
19
Mar.
3
Mtge 7H* A— 1961 M N
24
Mar. 30
24 k "30"
19
Mar.
21
S f 7H» aerlea B
11,000
28k
Sale
24
Mar. 31
1961 M N
25
Mar.
24 k
3
24
30
Mar.
21
26
36,000 Hungary (King of) s f
26
19k
24
Mar. 20
7H#
1944 F A
26
Mar.
39 k Sale
3
24
Mar.
33
Sale
17,010 Irish Free State external 5s
31k 35
31k Mar. 28 35
j 1960 M N
Mar. 3
76k
80
76 k
31k Mar.
85
360,000 Italy (Kingdom) external a f 7s.
77 k 79k
77
Mar. 20
1951 |J
78 k Mar. 15
D
Sale
76k Jan.
96 k Sale
30,000 Italian Cred Consortium 7a ser
96
Sale
94 k Mar. 23
A 1937
97 k Mar. 15
90
99 k Sale
94k Mar.
100
47,000
External sec a f 7a aerlea B
Sale
a98k Mar. 1 101
1947
Mar. 28
Sale'
96k Jan.
91k Sale
93
91,000 Italian Public Utility a f g 7s
Sale
90k Mar. 18 95
1952
Mar. 16
89 k Sale
90k Mar.
86 k Sale
87
(25,000 Japanese Gov extl a f 6H*
Sale
86k Mar.
1
1954
90
Mar. 24
a57k Sale
84k Feb.
47 k Sale
58
Extl sinking fund
639,000
Sale
5H*
47k Mar. 1 60
1965 m N
Mar. 24
48k Sale
45k Feb.
37 k Sale
{Jugoslavia (State Mtge Bank)—
46k Sale
37k Mar. 1 48 k Mar. 22
35k Feb.
Secured a f g 7a
4,000
1957
O
17
Sale
15k
12 k
18k
18,000 Leipzig (City) external • f g 7a.. 1947
14 k
12
Mar. 26
15
A
Mar. 22
55
12
Mar. 26
56k
58
17,000 Low Austria (Prov) aec a f g 7 H*- 1950 J D
53
54k Mar. 29 58 k Mar. 24
49k Sale
54k Mar. 29
58
146,000 Lyona (City of) 15-year 4a
59k 56k Mar. 27 59
1934 M N
Mar. 20|
104 k Sale
49k Jan.
3
101k Sale
166,000 Marseilles (City) 15-year 6a
101k Sale
olOl
Mar.
1934 M N
3 102k Mar. 15
104 k Sale
alOl
Mar.
3
101k Sale
23,000 Medellln (Colombia) 6Ha101k Sale
1954 J D
alOlk Mar. 2 102k Mar. 15
8 k Sale
8k
alOlk Mar. 2
4,000 Mexican Irrlg Assenting a f 4H*7k
9kl
7k Mar. 30
1943j
2
9k Mar. 17
7 k Mar. 30
5k
3
Sale
2k Sale
2 k Mar. 31
3
Mar.
1
2k Mar. 31
r Cash
sale,
x Accrued
interest payable 'at t he
exchange

4

11

1

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

58
35

99k
98k

90k Mar. 29

92 k
87 k

k Mar.24 120k Mar.

Sale

Sale
58
Sale

16

Jan.

75k Jan.

Mar. 29
Mar. 30
Mar. 30

62k
99k
99k
98k

Mar. 27 125

5
24
12

10k Jan.

'

63

4

Jan.

81
50
40
40

43

5

Jan.

Mar. 23 o75

1

91k Mar. 1
92k Mar. z
35
Mar. 31

19k Jan.
89

43

69

Mar.

36
Mar.
1
o34 k Mar. 28
53
Mar. 31
93 k Mar.
1
93 k Mar.
1

12

93k Jan.

65k Mar. 30
32k Mar. 31

69

57 k

73

30

65

61k

Sale

Jan.

14
11
11
10

Feb. 27

84k Mar. 27

3

62

49k S'.'e

14

6

Mar.

Sale

113

27

1
24

16k Jan.
28k Jan.
30k Jan.

92

58 k
32

Sale

3

Mar.

75

Mar.

12
Jan. 28
Feb.
1

10k Jan.
3
24k Jan.
3
24 k Mar. 21

1

12

29 k Feb.

o86k Mar. 29

Mar.

12
12

30
Jan.
73
Jan.
67 k Jan.

99k Mar. 151
98k Mar. 15

60 k
58 k

25k Sale

24

Mar. 16

80
75

57
56

122

57 k

58

Mar. 22

12

12

37k Jan.

19k Feb. 24
18k Feb. 24

3

60

Sale

16k
85k

Feb.

3

Sale

Sale

1958 JO

k

61

Sale

Sale
Sale

48

65
Sale

Feb.

Mar.

63

124

60

100 k
Sale

Jan.

Mar.

90k Mar. 29

61k

120 k

80

Sale

k "45"

Sale

D

84k Mar. 27

a44k Mar. 16

"38"

Ilk
ilk

Jan.

77

Sale

36k
36k

13
15

Jan.

58k Mar.

64k
80

95

Jan.

59

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

11
12

Jan. 12
Jan. 12
Jan. 14
Jan.
6
Jan. 12
Jan. 13
Jan. 11
Jan.
4
Jan. 27
Jan. 13

23k Jan*

26
27
15
89

11

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

1&*

Mar.

75

Sale
75 k
Sale

67

Sale

O

15
Mar. 22
086 k Mar. 29

Sale

126 k

1965 J

3

Mar. 20
Mar. 17
Mar. 21
61k Mar. 28
60 k Mar. 31
14
Mar. 22
25 k Ma". 30

35

122 k

1

2

Jan.

Jan.

69

90k

77 k
73

35

I>

1949 A

Mar,

92

:::::

Sale

49

12

14

Sale

Sale

10

Mar. 22

12 k Mar. 31
Mar. 29

Sale

12 k

10
10

Jan.

Mar.

74k Mar.
36k Mar.

Sale

S ile

k

5k
5k Mar.

1

Mar.

65k Mar. 30
32k Mar. 31

66

32 k

Mar.

6

1

12
9
12

Ilk Jan.
10
Jan.

Mar.

5k
5k
o9 k
Ilk
7k
8k
4k

Mar.

,!*

Mar.

*y

Mar, 21

Mar. 23

98 k

50

16

Mar. 18
Mar.
2

69

49

o68k

a5 k Mar.

Sale

98 k
97 k

92

25

86 k Mar.
70
Mar.

Sale

D

1954 M N

Grt

26k Mar. 27

Sale
Sale

J

Bk:

A.

29

15
86
84

53

Sale

60 k
93 k
93 k

Mar.

66

Sale

1949 J

German

ilk Mar.
1
1
24k Mar.
24k Mar. 21

67

F

305,000 Frankfort (City e*) a f
6H«
.1953
446,000 French Republic
20-yr extl 7H*--1941
351,000
External a f 7a of 1924

{German Gov't International—
4,881.000
35-year 5 Ha of 1936
1,563,000 German Republic extl 7a

27

28 k
28

Mar. 16!

58

Sale

46

195b M

72,000
External sinking fund
6H*
53,000
Extl sinking fund
5H«
18,000 Finnish mun loan
6H* A
23,000
External 6H* Ser B

13
25

Sale

49 k
37 k

Mar. 30

26k

75

93

19

59

Sale

1950 M

External sinking fund 7e

22

61k
64
60 k Sale

61k Sale

1945 MA

6a

56,000)

15

71

Mar.

36
46

30

1

35

36k

15

9

2

Mar.

"oik

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.
66k Jan.
75k Jan.

37

Mar.

20

Sale
17

Jan.

13 k

75
67

19

20

20

25k

12

21
21

26
27
26

24k

12

Jan.

16k Mar. 31
16k Mar. 31

15

27
14
89

16k Jan.
88

101k Jan.
100k Jan.

35k Mar. 17
36 k Mar. 17

15

Ilk

28

Jan.

86

9

Mar. 31

23

24 k

k Mar. 28
23k Jan. 13
27 k Jan. 12

81k Mar.
37 k Mar.

Sale

25k
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
29

Mar. 28
Feb.
1

22

16k M r. 31
16k Mar. 31

Sale
Sale

Mar. 16
Mar. 27

24

82 k Mar. 29|
44 k Mar. 21

20
59 k

11

46

24

Mar.
fl91 k Feb.
93 k Mar.
74
Mar.

.

16 k

58 k

23

Jan.

Mar.

13k Mar.

2

29k Jan.
45

24

22 k Jan.

Mar. 22

Mar. 28
Mar. 20:

17 k

77
45

37 k
37

Mar.

9
10

44k Mar. 16

Mar.

12

ry.

28

12
70
Jan. 28
69k Mar. 28
78k Mar. 29

Feb. 24
Mar. 31
2

¥&
79

Mar. 16
Mar. 18

11

10
9

72k Jan.

Mar. 23
4
19k Jan.

16

11
11

Feb.

9

1

Sale

Sale

47
O

Mar.

23

Mar.
66 k Mar.
7k Mar.
7
Mar.

r

m
8k
4k
12k
81k
37k

25k Feb.

47

I*

12

3

4
Mar. 31
Feb.
6
Jan.
4

22

2

13

3

Jan.

17k Mar.

3

6
12

63 k Mar. 20
Mar. 16

7k
7k
7k
7 k

Mar. 31
Mar.
3
Mar. 25
Mar. 30

m

Sale

Sale

Sale

S

1942 M

5H» of 1926

95k
Sale

15k
88
Sale

83

.1932 M

Sept 1 1935

Dominican Republic

94k
a89k

Sale

Mar.
Mar.

ft*

Mar. 31

30

75k

Sale

43'

82*

24

5k Mar. 30

9
9

16
21

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
25k Mar.

Jan.
5
Jan.
3
37
Mar.
1
37 k Jan. 25
34 k Feb. 27

22 k Mar. 28

Mar. 31
Mar. 31

6

6k

lH
it
§!*

Jan.

Mar. 16
Mar. 27
Mar. 28
Mar. 27

24
24

5 k Mar. 31
5k Mar. 31

Sale

15 k Jan.

Mar. 23

46
24

Mar. 20
Mar. 31

lis m

15k
83k

"68"

10k Sale
95

36
46

Sale

5'A
5'A

28
28
24!

li

30

90
Sale

Sale

5K
5H

Sale

11

9

Sale
Sale
Sale

84 k
72 k

1962

Am

to

1955

40

5

16k

14 k Mar. 25
82
Mar. 16
Mar.
r98k Mar. 17
Mar. 15 96 k Mar.
1
Mar. 31
Mar.
1
Mar. 31
Mar. 20
Mar.

n»

S t'e
Sale

101k

44k Mar. 16

47
Mar. 31
36 k. Mar. 31

Sale
8

6k

Sale
Sale

39k

82

1953

50

82

23 k
20

"89"

1944

38

26

1951

*

40k

3

15
24

1

79
a94

Sale

3

31|

Sale

Sale

5

17k
84
Sale

a27k Sale
24 k
28
68k
71k
67 k Sale
10 k Sale
24 k Sale
23 k
27
22

74
9
51

Ilk

9

e

15

14 k
12k
64
Mar. 16
57 k
69 k Mar. 30 o64k
69 k Mar. 28
63 k
78k Mar. 29
70 k
29
Mar. 27)
24 k

Mar.
2
Mar. 31
2
Mar.
Mar.
3
Mar.
3
Mar.
1
Mar.
1

12k Mar.

95 k
Sale

9

29 k Sale
29k Sale
20

Sale

Sale

Sale

50

Oct 1961 A

33,000 Columbia Mtge Bunk 6^8.......1947
36,000
Sinking fund 7a of 1926
...1946
8,000
Sinking fund 7a of 1927
1947
66,000 Copenhagen external 5s
1952

Sale

JS*

S>

95
95

Sale
Sale

Sale

4k

D

M

Sale

8k
8 k

S

j

Sale

14

M

M

—

Sale
Sale
Sale

7k
8k
6 k Sale
6k
8
7k
8
V
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7
6 k Sale
6 k Sale
10k
11
13 k Sale

6k Sale
5k Sale
5k Sale
a9H Sale

N

S

32

Jan.
4
Mar. 28 75H
Mar. 31
60
Mar. 31
57
Jan.
3
23
Jan.
3
7k
Mar. 24
6k
Mar. 16
6 k
Mar.
1 105 k
Jan.
4
26k

4k
3k
3 k

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
25 k Mar.
25k Mar.
20 k Mar.

1

63
28

Mar. 21
Mar. 24
Mar.
2
Mar. 16

'88

1

Mar.

22 k Mar.

13k

IW

60 k

6k Sale
6

19 k
Sale

80

47

Sale

•

Sale

10

Sale

6

F

.1963 M

6Ha ..1957 J

18,000
42,000

Sale

Sale

J

..1962 M

13k Sale

57 k
48 k

A

M

Sept 1961

18k
22 k

Sale

O

Jan 1961 J

22k

Sale

64

I960 A

Feb

f g 6a—

a

C

Sale

27

81k

1942 MN

47 k

23

M r. 31
Mar. 30
Mar. 24
Mar. 16
Mar.
1
Mar.
1

37
41
Mar.
3
37 k Mar.
3
17k Mar. 2
21
Mar. 31
Mar.
2
IV* Mar. 23
22
20
Mar. 30

Sale

56 k
56 k

1938

ext a f g

25

22k

84 k
Sale

9k

Sale

Sale

Sale

67

J

19
17 k
57 k
65 k
64 k
74
26 k

Sale

40

31

r,

al8k Mar.

Sale

38
Sale

81
95 k
96 k

Sale

20

42

24

Sale

101k

Sale
Sale

40

20

Sale

1952 M >

......

Sale
Sale

22 k

13k

15k
4k
3k
3 k

Sale

20 k

86 k
99 k

.........

40k
17 k
5k
4k
4k

21

Ilk

4 Ha
1936 F
A
Carlsbad (City) a f 8a
J
1954 J
Cauca Vail (Rep of
Col)e f g 7H»1946 A O
Cent Agrir Bank
(Ger) 7a
1950 M S

59.000J

41,000!

22 k

Caldaa Dept of
(Colombia) 7 Ha.. 1946 J

64 k Mar. 30
42 k Mar. 17

18

19
Sale

75

Mar. 28
Mar, 31

Sale

...

Sale Prices.
75
Jan.
4

M

5k
4k
4k

76k

39

Highest.

Sale Prices.

63

Sale

67 k

:*3k

lowest.

Sale Prices.

|

28
32

Sale

Sale
Sale

Pi ices.

72

67

34

Sale

Highest.

Sale

H*
32

Sale

75
2 -k
37 k

Sale

33k
18 k

.

Ask.

i5k
15k
5k- Sale
4k
4k
4k
4k
4k
101k Sale
101k
20
Sile
24 k
19k Sale
23 k
19
Sale
24 k
18k Sale
19k
62 k Sale
57k
65 k Sale
68

Sale
Sale

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Lowest.

80

17

Sale

D

1957 A

370,000
Extl a f 6Hs of 1927..
1957 A O
102,000
Cent Ry 30-year g 7a.
..1952 J
D
182,000 Bremen ext g )i truat recta
1935 M 5
102,000 Brisbane (City) • f 5s
1957 M r
78,000
Sinking fund gold 5a
1958 F
4
55,000
20-year a f 6*
....1950 j
128,000 Budapest (City) extl a f
g 6a
1962 J
30,000 bueno* Alrea (City) extl
*H*-- 1955 J
10,00)1
External a f g 6a series C-2
1960 A
19,000
External a f 6a aeries C-8.
1960 A
160,00) Buenn* Aire* <Prov> ref. ext'1 a f6a
1961 M
1,000
Stpd (Sept 1 '33 coup on)
M S
75,000
External ■ 1 64»
1961 F A
22,000
Stpd (Aug 1 '33 coup on)
F A
3,000 Bulgaria (Kingdom of a f a 7*
1967 J
j
18,000
Stab loan a f g
7k»—..Nov 15
..

72
Sale

35

O

..1941 J

of 1926

38k

Sale
Sale
Sale

k

Bid.

60

Sale
Sale

4 k
4k

1934

Ask

85

19

IN MARCH.

March 31.

i

Sale

15

1947 M N

Bid.

78
80

48k

O

March l.

Ask

75
75
52 k

1969 m

gold 7a..

Ext

Bid.

D

1945 A

49,000
Extl aink fund 7a
98,000 Bordeaux (City of)
15-year 6a
145,000 Brazil (U S of) external 8a
,000

M
A

1958 J

8,000 Bogota
(City) ext g Pa
36,000 Bolivia (Republic
of) a f 8a
26,000
External aec

PRICES

Jan. 3
1933.

exchange.

Foreign Government (Continued)
Bergen (Norway) ext • 15a.Oct 15 1949 A O

29

EXCHANGE—BONDS

if*
76i*
60
61

m

m
45

Jan.

25

Feb. 26
Jan.
9
Mar. 29

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

23
23
11
11
9

Feb. 18
Mar. 30
Mar. 30
Jan. 30
Jan. 30

Jan. 12
15
Jan. 25
Mar: 28
Jan. 19
Jan. 31
Mar. 24

78k Mar.
101
101
97

&
60

49k Jan. 16
20

Jan. 10

64

Jan.

25

60k Jan.
105k Jan.
105 H Jan

24

14
3

14
11
11
Feb. 7

Jan.

EXCHANGE-BONDS

N. Y. STOCK
T3

.

N. Y.

STOCK

Jan. 3

EXCHANGE.

Mexico (U

Assenting 5s of

21',000

Assenting 4s

3,000

Treas 6s

♦

24

Yftnas

South Wales ext t
External s f g 5§_—

New

145,000
103,000
85,000
5,000

72", 566
149,000
27,000
42,000

MN

F

A

72

A

O

F

A

5s...1959
1958

30 year s f 6s

J

D

J

D

F

A

D

1955

MN

82

D

LOO

44,000

J

8

5

M

S

6

6,000 Prague (Greater City) 74s—...1952
Prussia (Free State) ext s f 6H---1951
346,000
8 f gold 6s
1952
608,000
150,000 Queensland (State of) ext s f 7s._194l

44
4

534
534
60

94
84
MN

A
A

O

F

A

89.000
20.000

28.000
108.000

174.000
23,000

25,000
4,000
61,000
10,000
14,000
29,000
39,000
122,000
195,000
26,000
273,000
270,000
45,000
45,000
51,000
54,000
138,000
55,000
16,000
15,000

...1968
1966
Extl s
1967
KiodeJanelro (City) 25-yrsf 8s .1946
External sec s f g 64®
1953
Rome (City) external s f 6H«
1952
Rotterdam (City) ext s f 6s
1964
Roumania (Monopolies) 7s—....1959
s

M S

f g 6s

of 1926
f 7s munic loan.

f6s

1

D

A

O

F

A

A

O

1953
Mar 1952

(City) s f 8s
6 Mi s
May 15 1957
San Paulo (State) ext s f 8s
1936
External s f 8s........
...1950
Ext 7s water loan
1956
External s f 6s............—.1968

Sao Paulo

Ext Isec s f g

M N
P

A

J

10

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

63,666
2,000
28,000
59,000

11,000

66,656

13

14

124

12

Sale

124 Sale
12
94
104 Sale
9
84
844 Sale
90
984
34 4 Sale

11

Sale

11

2

3

354
65

68

104*134

14

Sale

634

Sale

D
A

45

1068

MN
F

Sale

Sale
Sale

36
Sale

M S

O

A

104 4

D

Sale

70
65

MN

22

Sale

21

M N

Sale

21

Sale

O

56
35

MN

Sale

65

Sale

F

Sale

39

Sale

34

38

A

Sale

D

D

O

61

M

8

93

Q

J

20

A

O

A

July 1952

'944
24

924 Sale'
90 4
904
894 Sale

90

944 Sale
30

25

914 Sale

90
844 Sale

82 4

84

Nov

834

884
Sale

79

80
Sale

76

Sale

79

D

D

77
70

J

J

764

D

91

824

80
794
764
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834

79

-**

84

794 Sale
764
874 Sale
84
Sale

M S

D

I948

M

80

64

85
75

74

69

Sale

71

75
Sale

8*

52
Sale

54
Sale
134 Sale

58

75
80

19

17

20

16
65

12

16

244
924

16

22

784 Sale

774

80

27

i*

Jan.

12
14

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.

21

184 Feb.

14

28

154 Mar. 28

21

15

Jan.

11

31

59

30

17

Jan.
Feb.

9
6
11

774 Jan.
694 Jan.
744 Jan.

Mar. 31

Mar.

11
21

68

Jan.

12

22

Jan.

13

Mar. 30

214 Jan. 13
454 Feb. 21
504 Jan. 12
Jan.

23

3

574 Jan.

26

23

984 Jan.

4

Jan.
17 105
Feb.
3
73
23
424 Jan.

3
16

28 108

464 Jan.

914 Feb.
al024Mar,
105
Mar.
66
Jan.
73
Mar.
334 Feb.
41 v Mar. 21
Feb.
354 Mar. 24' 26
334 Feb.
45
Mar. 271
84 Mar.
84 Mar. 29
61
Jan.
754 Mar. 20
50
Jan.

I

4

21

354 Mar. 24

27

46

28

134 Jan. 13
754 Mar. 20
624 Jan. 20

3

3

Jan.

14

Mar. 21
Mar. 31 r56
Mar. 24 404 Jan. 20
Mar. 29 314 Jan. 14
Jan. 13
184 Mar. 31 32
9
2
984 Jan.
94
Mar.
56
Mar. 23 684 Jan. 20
35
Mar. 29 414 Jan. 28

Mar. 21

44

324 Mar. 23

29

244 Mar. 21

21

r56

234 Mar. 15
Mar, 22
97 j
65

Mar,

39

Mar,

r46

28

Mar. 28
Mar. 3
Mar. 2
Mar. 21

884 Mar.

1|

l!

354 Feb. 28

Mar, 28

834 Mar.

78
65

3

944 Mar. 1
284 Mar. 27j
93
Mar. 16
85
Mar. 16,
854 Mar. 16

49!

Jan.

23

2

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.

11
23
21
27
30

79

Feb. 16
Mar. 3
984 Feb. 10
284 Mar. 27
97
Jan.
6
914 Jan.
6
874 Jan. 27
884 Jan. 12
85

65

884 Mar. 30

Jan. 31
834 Feb.
9
804 Feb. 14
95
Jan. 10
85
Feb.
9
964 Jan. 17
974 Feb.
9

Mar. 27

674 Mar. 22

754 Feb.

Mar. 17

69

554 Mar. 21
534 Mar. 21
18
Mar. 16

51

Mar. 31

77

Mar. 20

78

Mar.

Mar. 17
Mar.
1

76

Mar.

234
884
904
814

3

Jan. 17
Mar. 3

90

1

Mar.

65

814 Mar. 27
79
Mar. 30

Mar. 31
764 Mar. 23
73
Jan.
9
85
Mar.
2
834 Feb. 20

76

1

84

Mar. 2i
Mar.
1
Mar. 29
884 Mar. 30

89
84

90

934 Mar. 21
934 Mar. 17

674 Mar. 22

70

Mar. 2
514 Mar. 3
464 Mar.
1
16
Mar. 28

73

924
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65}

75

684

724

Sale
534
55
514 Sale
12
16
84
16
124 25
924
764 Sale

71

69

90

Mar. 29

45

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

3
6
3

3
Jan., 24

134 Jan.
8

20

75

Mar. 28

81

79

Mar. 16

Feb.

75
72

Mar. 28
Jan.
6

15

20

Feb.
9
56
Jan. 11
56
Feb. 11
224 Feb.
4
16
Feb. 10
26
Feb.
8

77

86
80

Jan.
Jan.

30
10

*

72

J

31

Jan

60

86

454

11

Jan.

33

85

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95

454

Jan.

3

Jan.

2; 100

92

90

944
884

58
J

5
2

Mar. 29

Sale

80

684

8

3

Jan.

40

82

87

93

64

M

11

25
21
30

13

3 1014

124 Mar. 24

764 Mar. 23

78

974

85

87

J

Jan.

924 Jan.
Jan.
39
Jan.

Mar.

954 Mar.

80

M N

*
*

8

1938
redemp'n)l9.<3 j'b
Refund A gen 5s ser A..
1995
297,000
A O
1st gold 5s
July 1948 J D
75,000
Ref and gen 6s, series C
...1995 MN
310,000
PLEAWVa Sys ref g 4s
1941
47,000
J
J
Southw Div 1st 34® *t 5%
1950
159,000
J
J
Tol Cln Div 1st A ref 4s
1959 M
32,000
S
Refunding 5s series D
2000 F A
146,000
Conv g 44s
I960 J J
1,319,000
11,000 Bangor A Aroostook RR 1st g 5a 43 J
J
Con ref mtge gold 4s
1951
27,000
r Cash sale
a Deferred delivery




65

944 Sale

M N

Yadkin 1st gu g 4s. .1949
NW 1st g 5s guar
1941
-July 1948
119,000 Bait A Ohio 1st g 4s
Q
Registered..
....
--Stamped (10% part.

824

65

O

824

3

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

11
11

12
11
12
31

3
Jan.
Mar. 15

14

..

23
11
12
2

11

604 Mar. 31
604 Mar. 25

Mar.

13
9

23

14

414 Mar. 31
374 Mar. 31

Mar,

12

70

79

65

724

A

40

80

55

O

Jan.

9

12
12

Jan.

4

64
824
904
32

13

184 Jan.
18 4Jan.
184 Jan.
164 Jan.

22

3

84 Jan.

10

714 Jan.

Mar. 15

374 Mar.

834 Sale

60

D

A

85

Mar.

184 Mar.
94

Jan.

9

Mar.

9
27

Jan. 13
Feo. 23

97

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

944 Sale

Mar. 15
Mar. 21

78
53 4 Mar. 31
1
12
Feb.
3
84 Jan.

Mar.

Mar.

29

Atlantic A

Convert 4 4s

48

44

A

'88

Mar.

Mar. 28 104i
51
Mar. 25

"33"

Austin A

*

33
100

29

A

904
394

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Mar. 29
Mar. 31

37
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534

D

F

84

Mar. 21
Mar. 15
Mar. 2

924 Mar.:
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714 Mar.
334 Mar.
30
Mar.
354 Mar.
84 Mar.
674 Mar.

Sale

674
624
594

94

134
Mar. 28, all
14
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94
"
Mar. 15
504
Mar.
124

Mar. 30

14

Sale

36

11

44
534
514
594

20

604 Mar. 31
604 Mar. 25

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Sale

4

Jan.

88

Mar. 3 1024 Feb.
Jan.
Mar. 3 46
6
104 Jan.
Jan.
10
Jan.
25
Mar.
74 Jan.
Mar. 31
7
Jan.
Mar. 22
59
Feb.
3
Jan.
Mar. 29 584 Feb.
69
Feb.
4
Jan.
18
Jan.
3
Jan.
4
17
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan. 19 93
Mar. 30 634 Jan.
Mar. 31 614 Jan.

Mar.

124 Mar. 24

714
334 Sale

994
224
64
64

Mar.

40

Sale

Sale

464 Jan.
424 Jan.

Feb.

1

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103

30

6

24
314 Feb. 24
Feb.
3
80

16
12

654 Jan.
104 Mar.
74 Jan.

Mar. 31

9

524 Jan.

Jan.

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15

Mar. 31

Mar.

12

15

774 Jan.

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7

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M N

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95

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11

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55

524

3

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414 Mar. 31
374 Mar. 31

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105

100

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A

MN

1952

Sale

5

36

134
all4
104
504
124

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65

<

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F

Sale

174 Sale
174
44 4 Sale
424 Sale

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M N

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II
3

III

20

214

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11
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554 Sale
144
16
53 <
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514 Sale
644 fc70

78

Mar. 24

a744 Mar. 2
a724 Mar. 2
744 Jan. 16

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.;
Mar. I

Mar. 15
104 Mar. 2!
94 Mar. 18

Sale

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£

D

General unified 44> series A..1964
30,000
MN
LAN collat gold 4s
Oct.. 1952
135,000
J
J
Atlantic A Danville 1st g 4s ....-1948
6,000

*

Sale

97

35

84
534 Sale
124
144
63 4 Sale

5s ser

Second 4s

Sale

11

9

104
94
84
82 4
904

104
104 Sale

J

J

6

3

68

M N

824
58
15
15
144
124
114
104
854
r97

II

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
334 Mar.

O

J

5

Mar.

A

624

6

11

_

164
114

12

J

series B

L 1st cons 4s

!l

Sale

Registered
Conv g 4s of 1909..1955
Conv g 48 of 1905.............1955
Conv g 4s of 1910—.......
.—1960
Conv deb gold 44s
—..1948
Rocky Mt div 1st 4s A
1965
Trans-Cont Short Line 1st 4s gl958
Gal-Ariz 1st A: ref 44s ser A ...1962
Atl Knox 8c No 1st g 5s
1946
Atl 8c Char Air Line 1st 44* A..1944
1st 30-year 5s sex B
1944
Atlantic City 1st con guar g 4s_ . .1951
Atl Coast

78

Sale

Sale

A....—1943
1943
1946
38,000 Albany & Susq 1st guar 34*.
Vllegh 8c West 1st g gu 4s
1998
1,000
1942
38,000 Alleg Valley gen gu 4s...
July 1995
19,000 Ann Arbor 1st g 4s.
1995
862,000 Atch Top 8c S F gen g 4s
Registered
1995
Adjustment g 4s
..July 1 1995
33",660
Stamped
.July 1 1995
60,000

25,000

Sale

Sale

RAILROAD

14.666

Sale

Sale

10

Ext s f 6s
I960
98,000
Extl s f 6s
May 1 1964
83,000
Venetian Prov Mtg Bank 7s.....1952
38,000
Vienna (City) external 6s
1952
93,000
Warsaw (City) external 7s
1958
150,000
1961
90,000 Yokohama (City) extl s f 6s

First cons 4s

2

14

59

66 4
16 4
154
91
514
48
92

!2

10

16
124
94

A

564

!9

Mar.
Mar.

13
91

11

D

!9

394 Mar.
314 Mar.
88
Mar.

134

J

14

Sale

J

F

30
10
55!
84
Ill
54
!2
5
11
57

Mar.
Mar.

60

15
11

8
14
15
6

Mar. 22

35

3

Mar.
534 Mar.
124 Mar.
104 Mar.

84 4

15

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.

a80

3 1014 Mar.

44 Mar.
534 Mar.
514 Mar.

Sale

90

Feb.

754
894
924
884
85
834

Mar. 20

33

10

Mar.

4

55

81

76

3

81
81

454 Mar. 24
404 Mar. 24
84
Mar. 16

3

Mar.

404
334
894
824
534

87

1
30
30
29
30
29

Mar. 15

41

Mar. 31
Mar.
1

994 Mar.
224 Mar.
74 Mar.
64 Mar.

95

95
Sale

Mar. 29

384 Mar. 31

Sale

S

External s f 54® guar
1961
71,000
Tollma (Dept of) external 7s
1947
3,000
17,000 Trondhjem (City) 1st ext g 54®~1957
Upper Austria (Prov) extl s f 7s..1945
External s f 44®
June 15 1957
"6",660
5,000 Uruguay (Rep) external s f 8s...1946

AlaGt Sou 1st cons

44

M

M N

754

Mar.

2

Mar.

38

534 Sale
534 Sale
614 Sale
17
134
15
124

Sale

J

M S

Mar.

Mar. 22

33

Sale

Sale

424

78

Mar. 20

Mar.

6

Jan.

Mar. 28

fl75

8

64
44

20

of)

of 1912 5s.

Sale

91

B8

Jan.

754 Mar. 28

80

27

Extl g 5*1
1954
A O
1946
393,000 Switzerland (Govt) ext 5K®
F A
70,000 Sydney (City) s f g 54®-.......1955
J
Taiwan Elec Pow 54®
1971

Tokyo City loan

Sale

46 4

3

124 Feb. 27
11
Mar. 2

3

75

1024
1004 100
Sale
274 Sale
84
74
84 Sale

564
654
16 4
154

114 Jan.

Mar. 21

234 Mar. 22
234 Mar. 23
21
Jan. 27
18
Jan. 12

3

aI2'

2.44

44

4

854 Mar.
a804 Mar. 24 844 Mar.
a744 Mar. 2 a794 Mar.

100

4*

Jan,

16"

2

Jan.

-Aft,

§18

85

81

84

12

Mar.

394 Sale

804 Sale

90

Mar.

Sale
Sale

33
45

18

445,000

42(000

Mar. 28

Mar.

3

82

854
84 4
794
774

J

i

1940
SanteFe Prov (ArgRep) extl 7s ..1942
Saxon Pub Works (Germany) 7s^l945
Gen ref guar serial gold 6)4a—1951
Saxon State Mtge Inst 7s..
1945
SF g 6^s._
Dec 1946
Serbs. Groats 8c Slovenes extl 8s. 1962
Ext sec 78 ser B
1962
Silesia (Prov) extl sink fund 7s.. 1958
Slleslan Landowners Assn 6s
1947
Soisson8 (City) ext 15-yr g 6sNov 14 '36
Styria (Prov) extl sec a f 7s
1946

127.000

33

74 Sale

M N

Sale
36

38

67
12

66

MN

J

Sec s f g 7s

Sweden (Kingdom

D

MN

Ext s f 7s

Saarbruecken (City) 8

O

I

"46" '424

544 Sale
944 Sale
80
844
66
Sale
114
124
84 Sale
9
Sale
84
11
9
Sale
64 Sale
87
Sale
LOO4 Sale
32
Sale

O

A

a754 Sale
77
Sale
774

95
Sale

59

25-year extl s f 6s——Feb 15 1947
90,000
Khine-Main-Danube deb 7s ser A 1950
202,000
Rio Grande do Sul (State) ext 3s. 1946
27,000

fl84

64
64
Sale
44
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
8^

90

S

M

85

1004

M

External s f 8a

Ext

73

85

Sale
Sale
Sale

85

Mar.

11

Mar.

234
234 Mar. 23
Mar. 20
19

Mar.

16

73

744

26

80

Mar. 22

19

m

*

Mar. 31

83

3

Mar.

19

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
81

74

724 Sale

404 Sale

M N

—1950
Porto Alegre (City of) 8s
—1961
External guar sink fund 7Xs--1966

100.000

8

Sale

45
Sale
Sale

434
404

M N

<M

14

73

464

O

15

11

(■

A

A

80

*

*

*

*

*

*

*
1

■

,

214 Sale
214 Sale
16
19
13
15

134

M

F

J

Panama (Rep) external 54»
1953
24,000
Extl s f 58 8e* A
May 15 1963
64,000
Pernambuco (State) ext sec 7s..1947
45,000
Peru (Rep) Sec s f g 7s
.....1959
5,000
National loan eut s f 6s
1960
69,000
National loan ext s f 6s—-—1961
38,000
1940
35,000 Poland (Rep of) g 6s
Stabiliz loan 7s of *27. Oct 15 1947
418.000

270.000
30,000

19

Sale
714 Sale
864 Sale
85
Sale
844
85
77
81
80
Sale
70 4
78
70 4
79

.....—1958

External deb 5>£s

D

J

20-year ext s

Oslo (City)

S

M

34 Jan. 26
34 Feo.
3

824 Sale

Sale
Sale

19

8

M

f 6s.Aug 15 1943
20-year external S f 6s_ Aug 15 1944
30-year external s f 6s
Oct 1952
40-year ext s f 5H*— June 15 1965
External s 1 5s
Mar 15 1963
Municipal Bank ext! s f 5s
1967
Municipal Bank ext s f 5s
1970
Nuremberg (City) external 6S...1952
Oriental Development 6s
...1953

Norway

180,000

f g

114
13
114 Sale
174
20
12
17

1958
1959
1952
1959

24 Jan.
4
24 Mar. 15

*

Sale

85

O

A

(Italy) ext loan
Geraes (State) Braxil.—

Milan City

6

3

*

824 Sale

Feb'.'

24 Mar. 15

"3 4 "Mar ."29 "34 Mar."29
24 Mar. 17
24 Mar. 15

34

*

1.0

44 Feb.

"24 Mar.'l7

o

!4

Prices.

Sale

12

34 Jan.

1

34 Mar.

34 Mar. 21
24 Mar."15

14

*

....

External sinking fond 6>^b
161,000
Ext sec 64« series A
85,000
33,000 Montevideo (City) s f g 7s
Ext s f g 6s series A
29,000

.

3
3

24
34

5

j

j

Sale Prices.

24

34 Sale

34

2

i""3

(large) 1933

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

__j_

1910 large.....
of 1910 small

of 1913 assent

Small..

*

233,000
163,000
'128,000

j

Highest.

Sale Price.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Assenting 4s of

"2". 606

223,000

Q

-

....

Assenting 4s of 1904.........-1954
Assenting 4s of 1910
......

"6,666

J

1899......——1945

Assenting 5s large

24
24

Q

Bid.

Ask.
6
3

Bid.

(Concluded)
S) external 5s of 1899£ 1945

FOREIGN GOV T

$

Highest.

Lowest.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.

•5 a.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

Price

BONDS

Sales in
March.
Value.

*

374 Sale
814 Sale

36 1 Sale
81
Sale

Sale

414 Sale

40

684
624

70

Sale
544
36
Sale
284 Sale
90
924
70
60
Look und

*

67

584
53

Sale

62
Sale

Sale
824 Sale
424 Sale
67
Sale
624 Sale

38

f 50

334 Mar. 2
804 Mar. 15
40
Mar. 2
614 Mar. 3
55
Mar. 3
494 Mar. 30
354 Mar. 3
264 Mar. 2
88
Mar. 28
664 Mar. 28

364 Sale
264 Sale
27
Sale
934
944 Sale
• 72
714
724 65
Bon da
er list of Ma tured

354 Sale

on

Page

Mar. 16
Mar. 17

Mar. 16
Mar. 25
Mar. 16
Mar. 16

Mar. 18
Mar. 16

Mar.
Mar.

1
3

334 Mar. 2 444 Feb.
904 Jan.
804 Mar. 15
374 Jan.
3 504 FeD.
614 Mar. 3 754 Jan.
70
Jan.
55
Mar. 3
494 Mar. 30 564 Jan.
434 Feo.
344 Jan.
Feb.
26
Feb. 24 34
Jan.
88
Mar. 28 96
65
Jan. 20 734 Jan.

10
31
10
11
12

10
11
10
28

30

April, 1933.]
Sales in

March.
Value.

n. y. stock

7.

Jan. 3

STOCK EXCHANGE.

1933.

K|0.

Battle Greek At Sturgla gu 3s
Beech Greek 1st gu 4s.....

1951
1943
Big Sandy Ry 1st guar 4s.......1944

99,000 Boston Ac Maine 1st 5s A G......1967
1st mortgage 5s series II......1955
29,000
1st g 44" series JJ
28,000
1961
11,000 Boston At N Y Air Lino 1st gu 4s.1955
1,000 Brunaw 8c Western 1st gu g 4s
1938
2,000 Buff Roch & Pitts gen 5s.
1937
148,000
Gonsol4H«..
1957
Burl Ced Rap Ac Nor At Col ts 1st 5s '34
8,000
.......

—

Canada Sou

con

60

A

90
Sale

80

59

Sale

61

Sale

A

O

A

59
51

J

J

83

92

614

50~

Sale Prices.

80

Mar.

2

80

Jan.

26

82 4 Feb.

7

d74Jan.

18

974 Feb.

1

634 Mar.

57

28

74

Jan.

28

63

Mar. 27

584 Feb. 27

74

Feb.

55

Mar. 15

60

Mar. 24

1
31

58

55

Mar.

3

844 Mar. 18
Mar. 28

95

88

Sale

414

394
49

36,Mar. 15

50

O

76

83

75

87

70

81

Sale

584 Mar. 27
844 Mar. 18
88

85

o854 Sale
864 Sale
86
864
924 Sale
924 Sale
93
914

§94

87

l\*
ft*

ffl
854

814 Sale

Sale

73
Sale

Sale

75

Sale

81

P

46

284

38

A

36

60

30
32

154 Sale

O

84

J

D

J

J

.....

.....

Sale
94
Sale
Sale
Sale

86

744

61

A

Sale

0634 Sale
55
614
104

72

5

864
Sale

Sale

884
684

O

Sale

824

45

D

Sale

Sale

864 Sale
1024 Sale
1034 Sale
974

P

814 Sale
804 Sale

D
D

Sale
70

84

Sale

84

92

804 Sale
794
804
804 Sale
984 Sale
95
91

Sale
92

504
584
824
594

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

57

Sale

10

794 Mar. 31

11*
It*
85

X*

Mar. 31
Mar. 29
Mar. 31
Mar. 31

Mar. 16

Mar. 30

844 Mar. 16
84
Mar. 16
3 1004 Mar. 20
Mar. 31
95
Mar. 20
Mar. 30
90
95
Mar. 17
a494 Mar. 1
554 Mar. 17
Mar.
56
3
624 Mar. 21
2
81
Mar.
Mar. 21
Mar. 17
584 Mar. 30 65
Mar.
2
60
Mar. 18
55
15
Mar. 18
Mar. 18
15
Mar. 31

Mar.

Mar. 30

60

42

Sale

32

11

10

Mar.
3
Mar. 22

714 Mar. 25

12

Sale

Jan.

9

Mar.

31

Mar. 31

27
Feb. 27
84
Mar. 31
a844 Feb. 25
804 Mar. 31
80
Mar. 30
Feb.

Jan.

Feb.
3
Mar. 18
Jan. 26
Feb.
1

54

Jan.

874 Jan.
Jan.

9

Jan.

12

Jan.

10

Jan.

11

90

Jan.

11
11
12

Jan.

874 Jan.
31
874 Jan.
964 Mar. 3 1044 Jan.
Jan.
944 Feb. 27 107
Mar. 30

49

Feb.

56

Mar.

28
3

804 Feb. 14
584 Mar. 30

11

874
874
934
934
934

794 Mar.

90

13

854 Feb. 20

9

12
11

99

Jan.

684
784
904
854

Jan.

11

Jan.

11

Jan.

13

11

Jan.

13

54

Feb.

28

77

Jan.

12

15

Mar. 18

15

Mar. 18

Mar. 30
5

854 Mar. 30

84

91

Jan.

30

79

68

Jan.

80

Feb.

10

Jan.

26

60

334 Mar. 18

28

Mar. 30

42

32

Mar.

3

36
42

94 Feb. 28

20

Feb. 10
Feb. 14
Mar. 30
Jan. 10

Mar.

2

Mar. 30

114 Mar. 17

4

34
3

3

3
4

85

70

634
844
894
444

58

Mar. 30

28

60

Mar. 17

85

75

104

Jan.

344 Jan.
464 Feb.

824 Mar. 3
794
834 Mar. 16
794
824 Mar. 17 a80
88
Mar. 16 a844

m Mar. 16

36

"3"

Mar. 15

Mar. 31

25

54
44

50

Mar. 28

38

72

Mar. 28

424 Mar. 17

Mar. 15

544 Jan. 30
844 Mar. 18

82

84

83

Mar. 15

70

94

12

794 Sale
794 Sale
774
804
844 Sale

SO '

79
804

8

12

'384

55

Feb.

24 Mar. 25

4

Mar. 17

17

Feb.

24

24 Mar. 25
23
Feb. 28

I!
23

Jan.
Jan.

Feb.

11
3
28

834

834

J

J

15

354

.....

33

J

61

574

62

M N

35

19

J

90

35
92

J

J

30
.....

25
86

70

91

I960

56

51

Sale

99

1954

M N

Sale

79 h
714 Sale

99

1044 Sale

102

61

Feb.

24

684 Jan.

28

Mar. 20

29

Mar. 27

25

Jan.

14

32

86

Mar. 31

90

Mar. 20

86

Mar. 31

90

Jan.

774 Mar. 22

77

75

Mar. 15

68

Mar.

784 Jan. 11
664 Mar. 30

63
35
Sale

90..

77

1987

...1939

3

44

...1949

g 5s

Highest.

Sale Prices.

584 Mar. 15

38

794
794 Sale
70
784
754
82

cons

664

844

89 h

Ches Ac Ohio 1st

"584" Mar.

50

1959 A

694

664
514

774
Sale
69
Sale

774 Mar. 22
68

Mar.

3

Jan.

31

31

90

Feb.

17

Feb.

23

774 Mar. 22
864 Jan. 13
784 Jan. 13
2
11

Mar.

3 1064 Jan.

31

934 Mar.

3 1034 Jan.

25

934 Jan.
934 Jan.

31
31

70

50

594 Mar. 16

50

3 1034 Mar. 17

101

2

6

30

Feb.
Jan.

664 Mar. 30
Mar. 31

9

Feb.

954 Jan.

Mar. 31

80
61

98

Sale

1014 Sale

101

Mar.

....1939 M N

Registered

153,666

68

Sale
Sale

1945 M N

Guar 5s

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

95
Sale

85

Charles At Sarannah lot g 7a....1936

295,000

55

59

92
89

Registered

"3", 000
171,000

574

42

Not. 1945 F

Registered
Through St L 1st gu g 4s

2

35

Ref At gen 5J4» aeries B.

"2", 000
General 4s
289,000 Cent Pac 1st ref gu g 4a

Mar.

0

Consol gold 5s

12,000 Cen RR At Bkg of Ga col tr g 5s..1937
43,000 Central of N J gen g 5s
1987

80

A

1948 J

Ref At gen 5s series C
1959
Chat D1t pur money g 4s
1951
Macon Ac Nor D1t 1st g 5s.
1946
Middle Ga At Atl D1t pur m 5s..1947
Mobile DIt 1st g 5s
....1946
Cent N R 1st guar 4s
1961

87

M S

D

59,ddo

i

M N

15,000 CaroClinch At Oblo 1st 5s..
1938'J
1st At con g 6s series A.Dec 15 1953(J
6,000
Carthago At Adlr 1st gu g 4s
1981'J

17,000
21,000

62

Sale

F

J

Cent Br Un Pac 1st g 4a
Cent of Ga Ry 1st g 5s

...

59

64

1949 J

24,666

Sale Prices,

71

85

—

M N

gu Ac col tr 5s..1963 A

1st cons g 4a

Ask

50
88

814
624 Sale
-

&

77,000 Canadian Nat guar 4Hs.Sept 15 1954 M S
Gold 44«
101,000
1957 J J
Gold «4«
147,000
...1968 J D
Guaranteed gold 5s
189,000
July 1969 J
J
Guaranteed g 5s.
194,000
Oct 1969 A O
Guaranteed g 5a
1970 F A
32,000
Guar gold 4H*
247,000
June 15 1955JJ D
Guar g 4Hs
231.000
1956'F A
Guar g 4Hs
261,000
1951 M S
405,000 Canadian No deb s f 7a
..1940 J D
109,000
35-year deb s f guar 64*
1946 J J
30,000
10-year gold 44«
Feb. 15 1935 F A
424,000 Canadian Pac 4% deb stock......
J
J
Collateral trust gold 4Hs
50,000
1946 M S
5s equip trust Ctfa
57,000
.......1944 J
J
Collateral trust g 5a
207,000
1954'J D
Collateral trust 44s
117,000
.I960;J J
1,000 CaroCent

71

Ask. Bid.

Highest.

Lowest

March 31.

83

1
j
M

81

83

60
45

1936 J

Bid.

56
844

36 4

.1989 J
...1936 j

Second guar gold 5s..
Beech Greek Exten 1st g 34*
Belvldere Del cons gtd g 34*

March1.

Ask.

<1.

2,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

Price

bonds
N.

exchange-bonds

General gold 44«

1993 M

8

1004

Sale

974 Sale

94

Sale

Sale
844

84

824 Sale

934 Mar,

3

974 Mar. 16

Registered

46", 000
4,000
2,000

"4",000
2,000

85", 000

Ref Ac Imp

1993

834

1995

44s ser A
Ref Ac impt 44s series B
Craig Valley 1st g 5s
May

83

1940

94

70

884

1989

89

3d con gold 4s.
1989
Warm Springs Valley 1st g 5s .1941

98,000
10,000
59,000

42,000
4,000
357,000
3,000

"i",666

854

—

General 4s

374

35

J

88

Sale

85

87

83

J
J

91

Sale

87 4
80

Sale

87

1977 F
..1971 F

E III 1st cons g 6s_.

6

90

79

A

Chic At E 111 Ry (new co) gen 5a..1951 M N
Chic Ac Erie 1st gold 5s
...1983 M N
Chic Gt Western 1st 50-yr 4s
1959 M S

11*

90
Sale
Sale

81

83
87

74

48

Sale

9

Sale

794

12

Sale

904

Sale

J

38

J

35

1947 J

J

1st At general 5s series A
1st At gen 6s series B

1966 M N
J
J

&y*

Sale

37

25""

1

74 Mar. 31

X*

Feb.

9

Jan.

6

124 Jan.
94 4 Jan.

12
13

89

Sale

89

Mar.

89

Mar. 20

89

24

Sale

24

Mar. 31!

32

Mar. 20
Mar. 31

38

Jan.

11

Mar.

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

24

28

28

Mar. 30

43

Jan.

13

20

33

Feb. 20
Feb.
1
Feb.
3

204

394
28

30( 37

43

42

Mar. 17

40

Mar. 15

J

44

44

50
54

40

J

J

J

35

F

A

"184

57
Sale

A

O

54

Sale

MN

374

40

1!

38

43
46
50

42

48
Sale
44

124 Sale
34 Sale

36

384

34

40

994 Feb.

38

24

484 Jan.

11

35

Feb.

27

45
52
52

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

55

Jan.

27
12
12
20

Mar. 15

454 Mar. 16
45% Mar. 23

40
40

Feb.
Feb.

27
27

404 Mar. 30

38

Feb.

258

174 Mar. 16
54 Mar. 16

124 Mar. 31
a34 Mar. 2

Jan.

11

64 Jan.

10

40

Mar. 25

34

Mar. 15

43 4 Jan.

14

414 Mar. 28

37

Feb. 23

464 Jan.

12

47

144 Sale
44 Sale

404 Mar. 30
124 Mar. 31
a34 Mar. 2

Sale

1

94 4 Jan.
Feb.

5

Mar. 16
Mar. 22

944 Mar. 28
42

Jan.

13

54

51

Sale

D

16

D

164 Sale
114 Sale

174 Sale
Sale

54

61

24

Sale

234
124

Sale
Sale

404

46

'384 "404

40
50

42 4
Sale

Sale

10

Sale

53

57

1

47

47

Sale

694 Sale

3

47

Mar. 27

404 Feb.

18

52

66

Mar.

1

70

Mar. 23

6

70

Mar.

2

684 Mar. 21

58
59

Jan.

66

46

67'

164 204
154
184
174 Sale

374 Mar.

Jan.

9

684
574
224
204
204
154

404 Mar.

55

46

Mar.

1

51

Mar. 28

454 Feb. 24

174
174
174
74

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17

Mar. 21

21

Mar. 16

17

Feo.

23

53

Sale

164
164
74
524

Mar. 21
Mar. 27
Mar. 30
Mar. 3

19

Mar.

49

Mar. 15

154 Jan.

3

19

Mar. 15

15

Feb.

4

12

Mar. 15

57

Mar. 28

74 Mar. 30
524 Mar. 3

19

65

Jan. 13
Jan. 11
Mar. 23

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

21
13
12
12
12
11
8

73

J

15 1951

D

15 1951

D

June 15 1951

D

214 Sale
214 Sale
74 Sale

3

244 Mar. 16
Mar. 23;
184 Mar.
1 24
64 Mar. 31 al24 Mar. 16,

19

Mar.

3

184 Feb. 28
64 Mar. 31
Mar. 29

304 Jan.
294 Jan.
164 Jan.

12
16
11

78

Jan.

12

Jan.

57

June

Memphis Div 4s
1951
26,000 Chic T H Ac S'east 1st At ref 5s... 1960
Income guar 5s..
51,000
Dec 1 1960
112,000 Chic Un Station 1st gu 44s A..1963
1st 5s series B
63,000
..1963
Guaranteed gold 5s
67,000
1944
1st 64s series C
152,000
1963
71,000 Chic Ac West Ind Consol 50-yr 4s. 1952
1st At ref 54* series A...
77,000
1962

Registered

Mar. 29

72

Mar. 29

72

12

D

40

46

Jan.

60

J

D

354
204

36
18

Mar. 16'

44

Mar.

36

Mar.

494 Feb.

14

S

Mar. 16,

23

Mar.

18

Mar.

30

Jan.

28

j

97

92

Mar.

3l! 974 Mar.

92

Mar.

95

Mar.

3 103
Mar.
3
994 Mar.

95

Mar.

j
D
J

j

J

1024
1014

1124
644

M S

68

924 Mar.
1034 Mar.
634 Mar.

3 rll34Mar.
3
69
Mar.

1014 Feb. 14
106

Feb.

6

1024 Jan.

9

114

Feb.

10

69

Feb.

16

764 Jan.

924 Mar
1034 Mar.
594 Jan.
664 Feb.

16

40

Q

67

Mar.

2

76

Mar.

J

84

88

Jan.

t

95

95

Jan.

11
3

73

82

Jan.

6

884 Feb. 18
954 Feb.
8

1

.1942 MN

delivery.

72

M

Cin Ham At Day 2d g 44s
1937 J
Cln Ind St L Ac C 1st 4s...Aug 2 1936 Q

gu g 4s

684
634

1952 m N

Choc Okl Ac Gulf consol 5s




1

74 Mar.

44

1st Ac ref 4 4s stamped.May.. 2037 I
1st At ref 44s ser C
....May 2037 J

Deferred

Mar.

94 Mar.

74 Sale

944 Mar. 28
404 Mar. 17
364 Mar. 31

D

a

48

42

May 3037 J

Cash sale,

Mar.

97

654

r

48

94

66

con

55

41

60

Cln Leb At N 1st

Mar. 16

25

914 Mar. 17

364 Sale

984
44
394

59

lJune

88

50

Sale

Registered

Mar.

17

M N

Gold 3 4s

Mar. 17

82

22

55

Gold 5s

82

85

Sale

1

47

2,000

Mar.

80

3

J

M N

82

87
75

Mar.

744

Mar.

J

1952 M S

6

Feb.

34

i960

9
984 Jan.
93 4 Jan. 26
1
854 Feb.

Jan.

Gen 5s stpd

Sec. gold 44s series A
Convertible gold 44s
Chic SLAcNO-

Mar. 24

13

15

372,000
686,000

92

18

Jan.

33
11

954
404

O

91

Mar. 16

46

J

824 Mar. 28

Mar. 16

50

1934 A

Mar.

16

35

......

85

18

70

Registered
Refunding gold 4s

824 Mar. 28

Mar. 23

49

416"666

Sale

424 Jan.

Mar.

95

J

Mar. 15

15

94

J

35

11

46""

1988

Mar.

15

38

.1949 MN

864 Feb. 16

Jan.

40

17

Stpd non-payt Fed Inc tax..1987 MN
Stpd gen 44s non-pay Inc tax.1987 MN

ConT 44s series A
Chic R I Ac Pacific gen g 4s

4

84

Mar. 15

35

34

J

b

3

31

884 Mar.

84

384

14

J

1936 M

Jan.

134

374 Sale

1

Mar.

96

20

44

44a._Mar

98

2

Sale

"id"

secured

16

Sale

Q F

1st Ac ref g 5s

Feb.

16

444

Inc tax..1987 MN
1933 M N

91

a854 Mar.

11

1987 MN

pay

Mar.

2 a854 Mar.
2 854 Mar.

15

~75",000

non

a854 Mar.
854 Mar.

Sale

1987

Sinking fund deb 5a
Registered

Mar.

98

13

26,000 Chic & No West gen >4«
Registered
General 4s

87

12

J

D

3

884 Mar. 3
87
Mar. 31
75
Mar. 28
82
Jan.
6
48
Mar.
1

58

58

J

1969 J

94 4

29

25

Sale

Chic Indianap ac Louist ref g 6s.1947 J
Refunding gold 5s............1947 J

May 1966 J
Chic Indiana At Sou 50-yr 4s
1956 J

Mar.

87

*894

A

1934 A O

Chic L S Ac East 1st 4

88

90

1958 M

1st Ac ref 4 4s series B
1st At ref 5s series A

98

100

35

J

Illinois Division 4s

15-year

77

Sale

59,000 Chic Mil Ac St P gen g 4s ser A...1989
Gen g &H* series B
21,000
May 1989
Gen 4>{8 aeries C
93,000
May 1989
Gen gold 44» series E..Mar 1 1989
89,000
Gen 4*4 series F__
1989
3,000
461,000 Chic Mil St P Ac Pac mtge 5s ser A. 1975
Conv adj 5s
885,000
Jan 1 2000

100,000
130,000
19,000
47,000
28,000
75,000
156,000
886,000
90,000

77

100

100

84

100

824 Mar. 31
a804 Mar. 2

864 Mar.

80

41

A

Refunding 4s series C

25,000
19,000

82

1949 J

Burl Ac Q 111 DIt 34s

1,000 Chic Ac

84

884
904

O

....1949

Registered

159",000

80
.....

o844
Sale

101

70
85

1949 J

Chic At Alt RR ref g 3s

36,000 Chic

83

97

..1946

Potts Creek Br 1st 4s
R At A DIt 1st con g 4s

824 Mar. 31
a804 Mar.

83 I

Jan.

10

EXCHA NGE—BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

33

§■*3

Sales in
Value.

H.

March 1.

1933.
Bid.

.2020

PRICES

j

As'-.

954

Bid.

994
1024

Ask. Bid

97

.1993

D
D

70
72
88

75

_1993

99

75 4
88

70
934

series C—_
Ref 8c Imp 5s series D
Ref A impt 4 Hs series E

.1941

J

47

75

47

98

70

.1963

J

45

53

43

57

41

48
Sale

Cairo Dlv 1st

.1939

'864

924

87

Ref & Imp 68

38,666
312,000
1,000

.i

102

J

.1977

gold 4s

Cln WgtM Dlv 1st g 4s

--

.1991

J

St Louis 111* 1st coll trust g

4s .1990

MN

.1949

M S

1940

J

1st g 4s

Spring A Col Dlv

W W Val DIt 1st g 4a

—

1004 Sale
Sale

100

75""

I

J

A

O

Clev & Mahon Valley g

1

J

M N

97

O

86

98

Mar. 16

311014
3.102

Mar. 17
Mar. 16

Mar.
964 Mar.
964 Mar.

80

75

Mar.

2'

75

Mar.

2

74

91
70

884 Mar.

3

884 Mar.

3

884 Mar.

52

Sale

48

3

624 Mar .17

424

Sale

404 Mar.

Mar. 16

40

85

Sale

85

Mar. 31

85

Mar.

1 a49
Mar. 31
85

1004
904

68

----

5

73

73

Jan.

21

.

101

93

95

96 r

100

101
95

50

90
98

90

984

96
82

A

82

a

<.

66

1973 A

0

67

1977

O

1945

D

82

44*-- 1935 MN
1986 M N
42,000
General mtge 4V$® series A
1948 A O
2,000 Col 5c Hock Valley lit est g 4s

Jan.

19

101

Mar.

2 101

2

Mar.

75

Feb. 23 1014 Feb.
Jan. 11
954 Feb.

100
95

7

99

934 101
84
864

Feb.

7

99

Feo.

86

Jan.

3

96

Jan.
3
Mar. 18

98

Jan.

84

Feb. 25

86

Feb.

17
24

22

Feb.

3

80

—-

914 100
84
864

96

79

<

A

6

Feo.

75

86

....

914

A

Mar. 16

644 Fen. 20

70

100

.

984

F

55" "Feb".

25

4 a49
88
Mar. 31
Jan.

624 Jan.

Sale

J

764 Feb. 20
884 Mar. 3

3

644

78

90

M N

5

Jan.

474 Jan.

Sale Prices.

2 1004 Jan. 25
3 1054 Jan. 11
3 1034 Feb.
8

97

84

96

O

& Ind gen eon

2

70

75

72

t»».----1934
1st g »s.--1933
5s—--,.--1938
Clev 8c Marietta 1st gu 44»
-1935
Clev & Pitts gen gu 44" ®»* » -*943
Series B gu 34®
4943
1,000
Series A gu 44«
4943
Series C gu 334s
»94>
Series D 3.4s
U»W>
General 44> series A
1977
Clev Short Line 1st gu 44*-4941

3,000 Clev Col C

Mar.

Highest.

|

69

-

ClerLor & Wheel con

Sale

73

754
—

Sale Prices.

964 Mar.
964 Mar.

Sale

100

70

85

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

97

1004

924

66

Highest.

Sale Prices

Ask.

96

MN

15,000 G CCA St L gen g 4«
General 5a series B
5,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Lowest.

March 31.

\

22,000 Cin Union Term 1st 44» ser A.2020
1st mtge 5s series B
.1957
1st mtge g 5s series C
C tsar field A Mutton IstgtdgSs. .1943

194,000,
718,000

IN MARCH.

Jan. 3

5 ft.

EXCHANGE.

STOCK

*.

Price

If

BONDS

March.

I

■

—-

sf5H« A. 1972

43,000
32,000
69,000

Clev Union Term'ls 1st

31",000

1st

series B guar
C

f guar 44s ser

s

CoalRtv Ry 1st gu 4s

—

1955

Conn 5c Passum Rlvs 1st g

4s.--- 1943

A

Gold

1

D

70,000
238,000
103,000

&

J

23

27

J

D

274

32

J

D

27
79

944

—

88

\

O

18

3

-

-

84

195b

M

M N

Sale

164 Sale
154 Sale
124
164
Sale

72

Mar.

3

154 Mar.
184 Mar. 22
174 Mar. 3

11

Mar. 15

15
15

Mar.

3

15

72

Mar.

2

Mar. 25

23

Jan.

14

15

Feb.

24

29

Jan.

15

Mar.

3

29

11
5

3

15

Mar.

3

25

Jan.
Jan.

774 Mar. 17

72

Feb.

95

934 Mar. 29
814 Feb. 24

Mar.

30

Mar.

1

11

Mar.

2

14

Mar. 16

11

13

Mar.

1

20

Mar. 15

11

14

2

Mar. 28

2

Mar. 28

2

954

10

24

934 Mar. 29

84

82

Mar. 27

Mar. 20

824 Mar. 27

27

844 Jan.
Jan.

97

934 Jan.

16

30
12
17

-----

14

3

344 "Mar." 16 a264 Feb. 24 '37 4 Jan" "II
36
Mar. 16f
27
Feb. 27 40
Jan. 11
Feb.
Feb.

164 Jan.

11

Jan.

12

24 Jan.

23
28

30

Feb.

10

22

Mar. 28

30
82

Sale
.....

12

84

894

J

9G

1940

J

864
864

79
Sale

13

1034 Mar. 15 1034 Mar. 15
994 Mar. 17 1004 Mar.
1
13

694

Mar. 16

15
1

73

814 Mar.

Mar. 22

1

75

Mar.

Jan.

Feb.

17

84

Feb.

6
14

Mar. 22
Jan.
4
Feb. 21

84

Jan.

12

Jan" "31

69

1

20

73
81

2

814 Mar.

Mar. 15

884

744

12

61

Mar. 15

874

71

Mar.

884 Jan" "31
764 Feb.
9

844 Feb.
72
Jan.

2
19

92

92

734

86

84

12

-----

70

4

17 1024 Feb.

994 Feb.

70
.....

Jan.

103 4 Mar. 15 103 4 Mar.

80

1940

66

80
-----

101

Sale
12

814

199b J

75

1004

10

76

.

30

,•

90

1034
1004

45

30

....

98

4s

7l" Sale'

69

Mar.

3

724 Mar. 16

2

484

3

1

1951

F

424

1953 A

31

101
Sale

1953 A

—

Ser B..

304

Sale

99

Jan.

11

41

Jan.

99

Mar. 27

99

Mar. 27

99

Jan.

17

99

Jan.

414
414

444
444

39

Mar. 23

304 Jan.
304 Jan.
40
Feb.

43

Mar. 29

43

Mar. 29

10

384
384
23

Sale

22""

27
84

Sale

23

Sale

214 Sale

1955 J

1957 J

65

87

1943

I

16

30

1959

..

Sale

1975 A

.

1 6s

s

I

43

24
24
4

3

1

D

904

A

O

60

0

y

1945 .1

Oct.

'

90

80

82

66

88

80

Sale

—

-

40
4

34

4

2

154
4

34
24

j

l

1914

\

J

d

Gr R 8c 1

J

4

Sale

74
34

24
34

24

246,000 Grand Trunk of Can a f 7«
1940 4
203,000
15-yer deb g s 1 6s guar.
1936 M
6,000 Grays Point Term 1st gu g 5« ...1947 J

414,000 Gt Nor—Gen 7s Serloa A
31,000
1st 8c refund 44s Ser A
186,000
Gen mtge 54s Ser B
5,000
Gen mtge 5s Ser C
14,000
Gen 44* Series D.
101,000
Gen 44s series E__

29,

Mar.

17!

214

Mar.

2

27

Mar. 16

21

Mar. 31

27

Mar. 16

21

814 Mar.
80

Mar. 21

824 Mar. 21
804 Mar. 27

34
6
4

14

214 Feb. 27

31

Jan.

Mar. 31

31

Jan.

11
11

814 Feb. 28
'75

Feb.

28

Jan.

Mar. 15

16
424 Feb. 25
3

34 Mar. 29
74 Mar. 3
24 Mar. 15

2
4

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

11
21
28

24 Feb.

16

.""I

88

444
Sale

404 Feb.

15

194
34 Mar. 22
2

Mar.

74 Mar.
24 Mar. 15

90"" 166""

88"" Mar."2

95

89

Sale

68

50

62

55

4

84

60

74

"70" ""Mar ."20

65

54 Mar. 27

89""

62

514

104

13

194
334

27

18

85

92

62

Mar

744 "Mar .23
54 Mar. 20

85

4

9

54

824 Mar. 21
8
834 Feb.
16
Jan.
454 Jan.
5
Feo.
4
Feb.
74 Mar.
44 Jan.

16

18
1
14

3
24

Mar.
2
Feb. 24

55

Jan.

904

~Feb~.~28

5

68
76

54 Mar. 27

6

Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

7
14
25

O
S

184

1024

Sale

100

Sale

984
964

29

Feb.

10

964 Feb.
2 1044 Jan.
2 1014 Jan.

10
9
11

51

Sale

72

76

a70

Sale

684

444

46

40

Sale

43

J

45

..1976

J

43 4

1977

I

45

Sale

464

50

-----

0
O

Sale

254

Sale

894

94

874

87

M \

70

J

J

854 100

I

I

86

...Feb

Illinois Central 1st g 4s.
1st gold 3 4®•

A

84

Sale

814

O

524

Sale

41

78

-19"

Coll tr g 4s..

1962
....1953

25

34

39
43

Mar. 16

46

Mar. 16

Mar.
Mar.

44

Mar.

644 Jan.
80
Jan.
55
Jan.
514 Jan.
484 Jan.
484 Jan.

Feb.
Feb.

Mar. 18

37

Feb.

444 Mar. 18

37

Feb.

7

Jan.

11
11
25
13

12
12

42

8

10

31
Sale

274 Mar. 21
254 Mar.
"

324 Mar. 17
30
Mar. 16

274 Jan. 28
254 Feb. 28

87

Sale

86

Mar. 24

904 Mar. 22

86
79

Jan.

854
814
984
984

Mar
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

74

Mar.

854 100

854 Mar. 25

89

Mar. 16

81

98

734

Sale
424

994

*74" Sale'
44

Sale

74

Mar. 31

394 Mar

82"

Mar. 17

484 Mar. 16

8

Jan.

10

324 Mar. 17
31
Jan. 12

91

45

77
77

91

764
764

"6l"

53

21
1

99
80

Mar. 16

86
98

Jan.
Jan.

13
11

100

Jan.

11

884 Jan.

.

Jan.

89

Mar.

13

Jan.

11

55

394 Mar.
784 Jan.
784 Jan.

824

28
10

Feb.

814 Feb.
7
794 Jan. 31

26

*56"" "59"
VI N
I

514
544

61

534
74

49

Sale

514
74

Sale

53

Mar. 30

61

Mar.

53

Mar. 30

65~

494 Sale
45 4
65

46

Mar.

53

Mar. 27

46

Mar.

60

47

44

Mar

49

55

524 Mar. 22

Mar. 27
Mar. 16

414 "Feb". 24
524 Mar. 22

MN

41

44

44

Sale

40

Refunding 5s

1958

mn

53

Sale

50

104

524

15-year secured 6 4s

1936

I

F

A

794
Sale

69

DM

Cairo Bridge gold 4»

1«M

1

r

694
Sale
67

69

40-year 44".

664
344
634

Deferred delivery.

684 Mar.

264
274

Q1?

A

.1955
34s

100

F

1st g 3 4s
.......1951
1st gold 3s sterling
1951
Collateral trust gold 4s
..19*2
1st

47

Mar. 23

Mar. 23

58

984

1957

Extended

Refunding 4s..

Mar. 16

49

Mar.

40

89

"98""

VI N

1951

95

40

854

1957

.

964 Mar.
944 Mar.

38
J

.1933 VI N
8k ref 5s A

8

29

con g 5s........ .1937
Houst 8c Tex C 1st g 5a Int gu
.1937
.1937
Hous Belt 8c Ter 1st 5s

112,000 Hudson St Mwnhat 1st
191,000
Adjust income 5s

6

71

47

45

42

85*

1

1933

10

684 Mar. 30
394 Mar.
37
38

404 Sale

35
27

1999

1st «s...

1004 Mar. 18
974 Mar. 16

44

40

Sale

J

g 5s

964 Mar.
944 Mar.

44

45

Sale

38

804
234
214

Feb 1952

Housatonlc RR

69
Sale

374

Feb
VI N

Sale

25

Sale

Feb

....

Sale

Sale

58

J

1940

Feb.
Jan.

D

J

Debenture ctfs B

g 4 4s

99

1952
1973

Greenbrier Ry 1st gu g 4s

29
85

954 Sale

1961

12,000 Gulf Mob & Nor 1st 54" ser B... .1950 A
,195k A
47,000
1st mtge gold 5s series C

194
27

Sale
Sale

J

Green Bay 8c West deb ctfa A..

Gulf 8k Ship Island ref 5s

6

50

I9jls

...

a

Mar.

40

14
11
17

87

4

J

1946
5s—...1942
gu g 4 4s......
1941

lines

40

4

74

Mar. 29

43

60

O

Gouv 8c Oswegatchte 1st

R 8k w Tex

28
45

43

3

Mar. 17

374 Mar.

484 Feo.

404 Feb. 27

1929

Georgia Midland 1st 3s...

con

Sale

814

60

1933 A

5a.

"Mar." 16

40

38

274

1933

to

Mar.

994

Sale

1967 M

...

1961

Eitended at

11

99

99

32

1953 A

....

Ga Caro 8k Nor 1st 5s

46

994
42
40

J

—

cons

454

"42"" Sale"

41

1996

...

4»

Gal? Hous 5c Hend let 6s.




Mar. 25

15

Sale
Sale
154

914

22",660

Cash sale,

11

114

86

"7",000

r

31

13

50

<

47,6O6

Jan.

Sale

81
81

—

4s

174

1941

Purchased

10

45

Sale

1965 A

B

aei

85

101

Fort St UDCo 1st g 54*
Ft Worth 8c Denver City 54*
FrcmElk 5c Mo V 1st 6s

23,000
30,000
377,000
1,000

30

103

..

10,000
34,000

404 Jan.

10

134

30

80

N

1941

Fla East Coast 1st 44"

1st gu

16

I

Genesee Ri? RR 1st

Houst

394 Jan.
40
Jan.

30
12

J

31,000
.....1974 vi
1st 8c ref 5s ser A
35,000
Certificates of deposit.
5,000 Fonda John 8c Gl gen ref 44s
1952 M N
2,000
1982 MN
(Amended) 1st cons 44®

"3",000

58
Feb. 10
854 Jan. 27

18

Erie 8c Jersey 1st • f 6s

1st

•

92

33

Ref 8c imp 5s ser 1930

Hock Val

10

21
27

33 4

Sale
Sale

F

24

FlaCent 5c Pen consol gold 5s

11,000

14
9

Jan.

65

484 Feb.
854 Jan.

554 Mar. 30
854 Mar. 16

Sale

13

1955

4s Series D

1st

504 Mar.
854 Mar. 16

274 Mar.

25

Ref 5c impr. gold 5s ser 1927

ex

10

75~ "Jan"""3 *83 4 "Feb" "16

Sale

35

-

trust g

2,000 Ga 5c Ala 1st

Mar.~21 *78" Mar."15

72

30

M

5c prior Hen

do
con?

Mar. 16

594 Mar. 16

81

45

Con? g 4s Ser A
Do

61

"294

—1995

1st consol gen lien

Gen

Mar. 29

284

J

Registered...

102,000
37,000
2,000
607,000
766,000
4,000
5,000

58

494 Mar. 28

Jan.

714 Jan.
694 Jan.

Mar.
1
564 Feb. 28
494 Mar. 28
61

944
854

36

Registered..

Penn coll

Mar. 16

50

13

Sale

91

44s—-1947
.1995

Series C 3 4s

~4",660

32

73

96

I

El Paso 5c S W 1st 5c ref 5a—--

275",000

50

66

49

Sale

92

23,000 East Tenn Va & Ga cons 1st g 5s
4,000 Elgin Joi 8c East 1st g 5s

con

32
32
32

1

...1935

gold 4s..

Erie RR 1st

794
554

82

Detroit River Tunnel 1st gu 4 4*-1961 M
1,000 Dul Mlssabe 5c Nor gen 5s.
1941 3
19,000 Dul 5c Iron Range 1st 5s—...—1937 A
6,000 Dul So Shore 5k Atlantic g 5a
1937 J
East Ry M No Dl? 1st g 4s
1948 A

65,000

30
Sale
Sale

Certificates of deposit

Erie 5c Plttsb gen gu g

72
52

....

924
334 Sale

Detroit 5c Mack 1st Hen g 4s
Second

"774

154 Sale
174 Sale
32
174
17
214

1

.1978

Des Moines 5c Ft D 1st gu g 4s_

Des Plalnes Val 1st guar

524 Sale

68

.1936

5s set B

Sale

Sale

Mar..

85

754
504

,1936

1st gu g 4s. .1936 F

West gen 5s Aug

R Gr

Ref 5c Imp mtge

18,000

Sale

.1935 A

Consol gold 44®Denv

"664

154

J

J

.1943 M N

Den & Rio Gr 1st cons g 4s

61

66

76

31
31

1936

5 4s

Del Riv RR 5c Bdge

59

60

554

40

1936

—

58

624

40

.1937 M N

5s

Mar. 18

77

Sale

614

85

Sale
Sale

1952 J

100 Del & Hud 1st & ref 4s

412",000

J

0

1942

— ...

7,000
4,000

Sale

31
31

J

1955 A

—

80

684

774
87

.1956

Non-con? debenture 4s.

96

804—-

50

1955 J

99,000 Cuba Northern Rys 1st 5 4«
85,000 Cuba RR 1st 50-yr g 5s
6,000
1st 5t refund 74s serlesA
1,000
1st Hen 5c ref 6s series B

Mar. 18

O

1954 J

'.Consolidated Ry noa-conv deb 4s
Non-conv debenture 4s
J8tJ
Non-con? deb 4s
A8cO

_

624

V

Col 8c Tol 1st ext 4s

_

76

Colo 5c Southern Ref & est

1st s f g 5s

_

324
48

Sale

68

Mar.

55

3

27

68

Jan.

5

Mar. 28

30

Feb.

24

704 Mar

.

354 Sale

314 Mar.

38

52

504 Mar.

504 Mar.

3

504 Mar.

3

Jan.
Feb.

12
9

"494 "Feb." II
64

Feb.

72

Jan.

10
18

404 Jan.

11

65

Jan.

12

April, 1933.]

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in

IS

BONDS

March.

Value.

n.

t.

Price

c ■»*

PRICES IN MARCH.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

,

Jan. 3

£0.

exchange.

stock

23

EXCHANGE—BONDS

$

1933.
Bid.

Ask.

March 1.
Bid.

Ask

March 31.
Bid.

Lowest.
Sale

Ask

Biohest.

Prices

Highest.

Lowest.

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Illinois Central (Concluded)
Litchfield DIy 1st g 3s
Loulst DIy Ac Ter g 3%l

1951 J
..1953 J

Omaha DIy 1st ft 3s.

J

1951 J

61

58

J

Ind III & la 1st gold 4s

86

41

D

37% Sale

39

Sale

O

83

93

70

93

70

50

70

75
67
Sale

1950

58%

40% Sale

36

94

1965

23

Sale

15

4

Sale

3

18

Sale

J

18

27

16%
17%

39

40%

36

44%
29%

50

A

1951 M
lames Franklin Ac Clearf 1st 4s..1959 J

D

Iowa Cent 1st gold 5s

1,000
1,000
9,000

9

1st Ac ref 4s

Kal

Aileghan Ac G K 1st gu g 5s..1938 J
Kanawha Ac Mich 1st gu g 4s
1990 A
A

4 Ha

A

Vail

HarDor

32",000

88%

Sale

J

76
40

J

Sale
Sale
65

33% Sale
36%
435;
94

84%

83
.....

68

61%

Sale

91

8

45

48%

37%

40

e

M N

1949
.

m

8

Q

F

Q

...

.

St P At S S M 4s stpd
cons 5s

F

1938 i

J

1938 J

as to Int

J

1st At ref 6s series A......

At

Cent

53%

50

45

37

Jan.

23

90

Jan.

9

Mar.

79

Mar.

79

Mar.

2

2

2

75

93% Mar. 30

96% Mar. 20

93% Mar. 30

3

90

95% Jan.
84% Jan.

97

Mar.

2

98% Mar.

91

86

2%
%
%
....

365s

11
2
8

Mar. 17

2

M N

40
35

36%

2%
1

%

55%

Sale

_

45%

22

78%

J
J

.1978 J

J

O

8

1975 m

1978

N

VI N

1949 m

July
Mobile At Btrm prior Ilea g 5s
Small.
...
.

Small

a

..1981

.

Mortgage gold 4s

O

1980 a
...

Montgomery Dlv 1st g 5s
Refunding Ac Impror't 4 Ha

1

I «4S

Jan.

25

4

20

27

Mar. 15

20

Jan.

11

Mar. 22

Mar. 22 100

Mar.

2

Sale

83

Mar.

2

88

Mar. 16

68

a

Mar.

3

78

Mar. 23

59

51%

Sale

45

Mar.

Feb.

20

>103

82% Jan.

91

Feb.

9

Jan.

85

Jan.

25

79

Feb.

11

46
043

3

71

Mar. 27

Mar. 31

88

Mar. 31

87

Mar.

88

Mar. 31

Jan.

70

Jan.

43

Jan.

53
85

Feb.

2

Feb.

17

40

58

Feb.

10

78

31 76% Mar. 27

Mar. 27
Mar.

49

Mar. 29

1

54

Mar. 31

Mar, 28

77

Mar.

51% Mar. 31

71

Jan.

75

Jan.

101

1

76% Mar. 27

Jan.

Mar. 27

6

Feb.

18

101% Jan.

23

52

50

Jan.

6

a74

Jan.

20

53% Jan.
51% Jan.
75% Feb.

1
26
1

Feb.

23

47

Feb.

23

Jan.

53% Mar. 31

51% Mar. 31

J

80

84

11

84

Jan.

11

50

68

61

Feb.

4

64

48
70

48

Jan.

20i

48

Feb.
Jan.

23

50

40 '
.....

11
1%
8
1%

%
%
—

68%
44% o34% Mar.
,81%

1
8
1%

1

2

42

Mar. 25

<z34% Mar.
40

Mar. 17

Mir. 1?

1
1

2

Jan.

20

Mar. 17

% Feb.

10

9

43% Jan.

13

Jan.

20

40

1% Feb. 10
1% Feb. 10

32

27

Sale

Mar. 31

44

Jan.

14

20

Sale

20

Mar. 31
Mar. 31

32% Mar. 17

18%

Mar. 31

16

Feb.

2

20

Jan.

18

27

29

29

Mar. 23

31% Mar. 17

29

Mar. 23

45

Jan.

10

Jan.

13

Feb.

14

9% Jan.
62
Jan.

25
12

4

11%
48

Sale

761%
7,51%

Sale
Sale

52

59

34

Sale
Sale

21%
10%
21%

Sale

22

Sale

Sale

8% Sale
21% Sale
21% Sale
60
68%

85%

27

20

9%
_

10

40.% Sale

56

62%
62%
33

20%
9%
20%
20%
6%
20%
20%
60

i

5

23

Sale

40% Mar. 30

4/% Mar. 1<

20

22

69%

80

19

74%

Sale

27

.

16

o8% Jan. 14
40% Mar. 30

65

Sale

77
Mar. 28

74% Mar. 31

52%

60

65
61

Mar. 29
Mar. 25

65

60

67

62% Mar. 24

68

36

37%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
75

J

95

12

90

47

20% Sale

20

Sale
21
21

3%

Sale
Sale

Mar.

2

Mar.

7% Mar.
20
20

Mar.
Mar.

Sale

3

Mar.

20

Sale

20

Mar.

20%
57%

Sale

?0

Mar.

28

Mar. 30,

90

48%

o33

2

75% Mar

41% Mar
26%
ril%
26%
26%
8%
26%
26%

.

17

Mar. 16
Mar. 17
.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Feb.

20

Mar. 28

3

Jan.

13

28% Jan.
84% Jan.

3
31

4

61% Jan.
a51% Jan.
59% Jan.

3
3
5

75% Mar. 17

Feb.

25

41% Mar. 21

21

33

28
16
28
23
16
16
16

18% Feb. 27
7% Mar. 31

—

85

74% Jan.

18

Feb,

18% Jan.
3

27

18

Mar. 31

18% Feb.
18% Feb.
68% Jan.

25
27
16

65

68

26%
14%
26%
26%
13%
26%
26%
73%

Mar. 16
Mar. 17

Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

28
11
28
23
11
16
16
16

91

I

Sale

Mar.

79% Mar. 16

67%

Sale

J

J
3

a

-----

61

5%
3%
4%

Sale

9

7%
7%
3%

—.

....

1977 m

S
S

1991 M

8

65

1937 J

J

93%

J

90

95

90

'16--.?™
5%
3%
4%

93

Deferred delivery.

11

a97

85

J

..1947 f

i

75% Feb.

65% Jan.
63% Jan.
59% Jan.

100%

•

1938 M

■

36

Jan.

69

75

95

...1937 J

1st gu g 4a

Mar.

o72

53

1938 M

notes

100

91% Feb.

21

J

1945

i

Mobile At Ohio gen gold 4a

M N

1938 J

4

Mar.

60

Sale

.

Feb.

91

65

15

4

Sale

1962 J

.

101

32

29%
14%

42

75

1962 J

.....

10
2

Mar.

82% Mar.

55

Sale

D

Convertible gold 5 Ha
1st ref gold 5s series H

98% Feb.
91% Feb.

97

Mar. 17

87

82%

9

f

6

Mar. 20

68% Mar.
62% Mar.

55

35

1%

J

1965

84% Jan.

i6i""Feb." II

90

Sale

"si"

69

8

....1977 m

30

25

78

1st Ac refund 5s series A

11
16

Jan.

92

93

58

68

80

16

1967 A

38% Jan.
42% Jan.

Mar. 21

87

82%
50

28%

Jan

11
10

80

80%

J

.

8

Jan.
Jan.

82% Mar. 31

80
Sale
67%

84

199J j

...

68% Feb.

47

52

J

General 4s




32% Mar. 31

2

98%

50

53% Sale
....L--

J

1941

Cum adjust 5s series A
Missouri Pacific RR Co—

a

1

Mar.

Mar. 28

79

.....

75

.1949 J
ser

Prior lien 5s series A

-

28

Mar.

Sale

53

A. 1959 J

.

40-year 4s series B__

rGash sale,

37

10

91

83%

Sale

Missour-Kansaa-Tar.as RR—

1st guar gold 5a

28

38

71%
74%

Term

f 4s

g 6a

Feb.

Jan.

36

86

77

194" m

1st g 4s

1st gu

27

2

98% «97

95% 102

1978 J

.

Mlssor rl-I Unoia RR 1st 5a

Mont Cent

59% Mar. 24

Mar. 20

78

74

J

1946

1st ref 5 Ha series B

Mohawk Ac Mai

Mar. 23

Mar. 28

Sale

99% 101

J

..1938 J

1st

27

S

196J

...

Jan.

85% Mar.

54

43

Certificates of deposit....

77

Mar.

94

...

82%

.......

1

3

Jan.

91

63

Sale

J

1979

Feb.

35

.1977

J

82

64

J

1941

74% Mar. 31

38

23

o43

8

Sec 5%

3

32% Mar. 31

Sale
37%

Sale

50

D

"4",000

59% Mar. 24
27% Mar.
2

94

97%

68%
70%
63% Sale
88
97%

M

m

4%..

Mar.

73

83

75%

55

J

Mo Pac 3d 7s ext at

80

82

70

...1934

D

13% Mar. 21

.....

1945 M S

4Hs (1884)

I.

32%

39
94

95

83%

55

Spar Ac N W 1st gu 4s..
1947
Mllw & State Line 1st
guar 3 Ha.. 1941
Minn At St L 1st cons
gold 5s
1934

ser

2

Mar."31

....

74

A

Mil

1st At ref 5s

65% Feb.

74%

84% Feb.

65%

I

1st Ac ref 5s series F
1st A ref g 5s ser G.

30

62% Mar. 21

45

Sale

30

100

Sale

D

M

56% Jan.

84%
Sale

I

Mississippi Cent 1st 5s

3

Jan.

85

79
78

100

.1952 M N

5s series A

Jan.

Jan.

80

Sale

35%
91%

..1946 F

Temp ctfs of deposit

20,000
6,000

36

60

..1951 m

refund gold 4s

47

28

88

I

Mar. 16

62

60%

o

N

55

27
31

Mar. 15

62

64

37

o

D

o48

2

36

2003 A

M

3

Mar. 17

60

45

68%
28% Sale

97% Sale

1940 J

1934 '

16

56

9

Sale

1st 4s...1939

20

Feb.

72

J

8

82

25

N

Feb.

Jan.

48% Mar.

Feb.

94% Feb.

74

m

69

54

48

5

Sale

1934 J

65% Jan.
9
31% Mar. 30

3

68

J

51 % Mar. 18
48% Mar.
3

Jan.

32

1955 M N

2

Mar. 15

Mar.

J

.1952 J

3

2% Mar.
66

78

8

1980

17

a48

91
93%
82% Sale

92

1937 M N

.

28

Feb.

83

S

J

21

Jan.

1

87

o

Jan.

1

65

Mar.

Mar.

90

o

2

1

Mar. 15

Mar. 17

91

2003 A

2

1

66

9i

84% Sale

2003 A

2% Mar.

1

80

8

J

2

3

74%
72%

65

205,000
592,000
1,136,000
375,000
604,000
42 >,000
771,000

3

Mar. 16

93%

.1945 M

n,ss»«l

ser

Feb.

Mar.

60%

.....

73

4H*

31

Mar. 29

79

.....

94

87

60

Pr Hen mtge

27

83

98%
91%
98% 100

8
d

47

Tex

1

Jan.

80

98% 100

m

J

Kao Ac

28% Mar.

Mar.

31% Mar. 30
48% Mar.
3

8>

...

O

Mo

33% Mar. 30
39% Mar. 29

Mar. 15

1

66

Sale

70

I

a

2

56

\

S

16

1

Mar.

Sale

93%

series A..1969 J

Imp 4%s series C

S

Mar. 30
Mar.

47

76%

1959

Ac

Feb.

18
36
40

5
13
12

Jan.

Sale

99%

Midland of N J 1st ext 5s
...1940
Mil Ac Nor 1st ext
44* (1880)..... 1934

P

Mar. 22

2% Mar.

10%
2%

1949 M

Jack L At S gold 3H«
1st gold 3Ha--.-

St

Mar.

Mar. 15
Mar.
3

56%

48

Sale

95%

4s.

1st Chic Term

12

3

3
16

80

64%

32

Michigan Central-Detroit Ac Bay
City Air Line 4s
^
1940 J

M

Jan.

Mar. 29

19

5%
20%
21%
42%
45%

82

80

d

Manlto S W Colonic g 5s.
Man G B Ac NW 1st gu
3%«

44,000

16

27

1937 M N

5,000

25-year g5Ha

28

Jan.

Mar. 22

Mar. 17
5% Mar. 27
18% Mar. 31

22

Jan.
Jan.

85

80

1934 J

Manila RR South Lines

3,000

52

60

J

gtd

Jan.

77% Sale
73%

99%

Atl Knox Ac Cin diY g 4s
Mahon Coal RR 1st 5s

1st cons 5s

Mar. 27

3
3

28

76%

65

60

1949

3,000

M

Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

17% Mar. 3
33% Mar. 30
39% Mar. 29

80

1941 a

ext

26

1

52

36

1938 J

22", 000

1st Ac

14

28

54% Sale

Sale

84

84%

.

Ref At

24

Jan.

Mar. 16

65

O

Mob Ac Montg 1st g 4 Ha.
South Ry joint Monon 4a

100,000
18,000
48,000
71,000

88

80

1935 A

_

"~2~, 000

1,000

30

85

35
43%

40

79% Sale

63

...1965 A o
1962 M N

.

5s

ext

Jan.

92% Jan.

14

35% Sale

Sale

79

3003 M N

Paducah At Mem DIy 4s
St Louie DIy 2d gold 3s

Cons

30

31

68

49% Sale

55%

73

Registered

3,000
129,000

52

40

2003 M N

1st Ac ref 5%g seriej A
127,000 —1st,At ref 5a series B
lsr Ac ref 4%s aeries C.
27,000

Ref &

30

85

46

56

M N

22",000

4s

Jan.

92% Jan.

16

%

Sale

62

12,000 LouIsy Ac Nashv gold 5a
Unified gold 4s
101,000

1st

27

92

3

2

82
50

3003 M N

lou At Jeff Bridge gu
g 4a

intermit

49

Sale

66%

60

.

Vlex

4

19

Sale

J

......

ext

Jan.

27

10%

1

A

Long Island gen g 4s

11st

2

80

..1941 A O

gold 6s.

Unlfiod gold 4s
11,000
Deb gold 5a
4,000
20-year deb 5s
21,000
Guar ref gold 4s
100,000
387,000 Louisiana At Ark 1st 5s

Gald

80

77%

1954 F

......

.

19,000

37

33%
39%

43%
28% Sale

75

—1940 J

Little Miami gen 4s series A
cons

31

44

Jan.
Feb.

18% Sale
17% Sale

17%
19%
Sale

80

1945 M S
6s

iai

Gen consol 5s
2,000
1,000 Leh V Ter Ry 1st gu g 5s
5,000 Lex At East 1st gu 5j

35,000 Long Dock

59

J

1997

g 4s

Term

4 H«

cons

51

34

Sale

I937'J

6,000 Leh V (N Y) 1st gu g 4%s
85,000 Leh Val (Pa) gen con g 4s
Registered
Gen

34

65%
75
48% Sale

S*

2nd gold 5s
1941
Cake Shore Ac Mich Sou g
3Ha... 1997
^_

1%
68%

J

1961

...

Cake K At W 1st gold Sa_._

Registered..........

21/00
2,000
43,000

J
o
O

*3

%

1961,J

Plain

18,000

8

1961 J

Stamped

Lehigh Ac N Y 1st gu

38% Feb. 27

Sale

49

.

Kentucky Ac Ind Term

33.066

3

47% Mar. 16

40% Mar.
38% Mar.

....1938

Certificates of deposit

156,000 K C Ft S At M ref g 4s
1936
Ctfs of dep (Bankers Trust)
1,000
124,000 Kan City South 1st g is
1950
Ref Ac Imp 5s
111,000
Apr!il950
225,000 Kan City Term 1st 4s...
1960
18,000 Kentucky Central g 4s..
1987

7,000

36

Feb.

4

40

F

Feb.

20

4

M N

63

71

70

.....

19%

M N

26

30

71

80

54,000 Internet Ac Gt Nor 1st 4s
1952
120,000
Adj mtge 6s series A.-July 1 1952
1st mtge gold 5s series B
15,000
1956
1st gold 5s series C
21,000
1956
14,000 Int Rys of Cent Amer 1st 5s B
1972
1st coll trust 6s gold notes
8,000
1941
First lien Ac ref
14,000
1047

Jan.

Jan.

70

43% Sale
40% Sale

27

93%

80

J

6

62

66

75
80

1965

J

11

10
59% Feb. 11

98

D

J

9

63% Feb.
60% Feb.

27

:::::

50%
62%

Indianapolis Ac LouIsy 1st flu 4s_1956
Ind Union gen Ac ref 5s A
Gen & ref guar 5s ser B___

6

9
10

60

61%

62

J

A

1963 J
1940 A

4Ha series C
(nd Bloominftton Ac W 1st 4s

60% Feb.

Feb.

63% Feb.

—

61%

1963 J

A..

25

Jan.

59% Feb.

50%
47%

1951 F

.

ser

58

1951 J

Western Lines 1st I 4s
111 Cent Ac Chic St L Ac N O—
Joint 1st & ref 5s

A

..1951 J

Gold 3%»
Sprinftf DIy 1st ft 3%s

50 %

J

1951 F

St Lou DIy Ac Term g 3s

254,000
40,000

J

....

5
7

5

5

6

55

65

65
o5

30
6
6
Sale
94

91

28

Mar. 30

5

Mar. 20

6

Mar. 17

65

Mar. 31

28
9

5
5

64

Mar. 20
Mar. 27•

Mar. 30

Mar. 30 r72

Jan.

Jan.

Feb.

6

11

4% Feb. 27
4% Jan. 16

5

64

Mar. 30

93% Jan.
90

Jan.

12
6

6

65

93% Jan.
92

9

17
9
Feb. 20
Mar. 31
Feb.

Feb.

12
4

EXCHANGE-BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

u
>

Sales in

March.
Y.

N.

Value.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

Price

BONDS

Jan. 3

Ask.

Bid.

2005

52,000 Morris A Esse* 1st go 3%•

March 1.

1933.

STOCK EXCHANGE.

69 %

D

Constr M 5s ser A

1955

81

MN

65

1978

F

A

Nash Fla A Shell 1st gu g 5s

1937

F

A

66 H
65

A

O

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

72

Sale

60%

Mar.

Mar. 20

77

2

1%

National Ry of Mexico—
Prior lien 50-year s f 4H«

1,000

warr

89

78%

Sale
86%

60%

Sfar,

1

1% Mar. 16

1%

1%

1% Mar. 16

1

2

1

2

N J Junction RR gu

1%

%

1%

2%

1% Mar. 15

J

68

89%

50

90

85
...

N O Te* A Me*

51

16

First 5s series B...
...—1954
1st mtge gold 5s series C...
1956
36,000
1st 4 %s series D.
1956
63,000
First 5%« series A
1954
Npt & Cln B fen gu g 4Ha
1945

1,000 N Y A Bklyn A M B cons g 5s_..1935
108,000 N Y Cent RR con? deb 6s.._
1935
71,000
Consol 4s series A
1998
322,000
Ref A lmpt 4%« aeries A
2013
692,000
Ref A lmpt 5s series C
2013

50
Sale

100
54

19

92

1934

1942 J

2013
1998

77
70

68%

Registered.......

18
19

Sale

89%

70

100

69%

12 H

66%

1953
...1953
....1947

Sale

60

71%
38%
Sale

F

A

M N

N Y A Greenw L guar g 5s

1946

M N

N Y A Harlem g 3Ha

2000
1973

M N

1st gtd 5s

series B

4Hs A

....

N Y A Erie 1st ext g 4s

12,000

N Y Lack A West ref 4Ha B

It*:::::
*86
IF

Mar.

2

Mar.

3

36

Feb.

27

2

65% Mar. 27
44% Mar. 16
48% Mar. 16

40

Feb.

23

9
46% Jan. 31
50% Feb. 10

73

Mar. 28
74% Feb.
8
65
Mar. 3
64
Jan.
5
36
Feb. 25
63
Mar. 15

80% Jan. 31
74% Feb.
8
73
Jan. 11
71% Jan.
9
47
Jan. 31
71
Jan. 11

40%

Mar.

74

73

Mar. 28

77% Mar. 16

Sale

65

Mar.

3

71% Mar. 16

1

44% Mar. 16
67
Mar. 1

75

.....

66

1

66

69% Mar. 29

73

65

1

Sale

Mar. 16

Sale
Sale

11

Mar. 15

88

Mar. 31

94

Mar.

3

99

Mar. 16

84

Mar.

1

84

Mar.

1

84

Feb.

45

Mar.

3

50

Mar. 22

45

Mar.

47

98%
...

59

32%

72%

Jan.

12

3
11

71

Jan.

11

15% Jan.

11

Jan.
Feb.

17
10

86% Jan.

4

Feb.

3

18

97
100

...

Sale

93% Mar. 24

5
11

Feb.

79% Jan.
20% Feb.

15

....

70

69% Mar.
15
Jan.
12
Mar.
5% Mar.
88
Mar.
94
Mar.
86% Jan.

Mar. 15
19% Mar. 16

Mar. 29

5% Mar. 30

100% Jan.
64% Jan.

Feb. 20

Mar. 22

84%

88%
84

Mar.

12

8

99

Mar.

15

89

91

66

Mar. 15

Sale

12%

Sale

Mar.

80

66

Sale

11*
63

66%
73
68

Sale
67

38

.

85

M N

Mar. 20

Mar. 31

66%

80
Sale
13% Sale
9

1

Feb. 17
22% Mar. 25
25% Jan. 11
23

60

70

89%

11

Feb.

24

98

3

41%

Sale

Sale

23

46

2

37

16

91

Jan.

53% Feb.

Mar. 20

Mar.

Sale

69%

A

35

9

Mar. 16

98
56

Mar. 20

98
46

Sale

15%

O

1

37

70%

F

22% Mar. 25
24% Mar. 27

Mar.

60

Sale
Sale

A

Mar. 15

Sale

Sale

1935

3-year 6% gold notes

8

16% Feb. 24
18
Feb. 23
19
Jan.
3
18% Feb. 23

22% Mar. 17

61%

14

79 H
16

1937 A O
Refunding 5H* series A......1974 A O
Refunding 4Hs aeries C.
1978 M S

2

Mar.

.....

N Y Chic A St Louis 1st g 4s

N Y Connecting 1st gu

Sale"

50

Sale

66

1% Feb. 16

68" "Mar ."24

Feb.
50% Jan.

72%

75 %
72

67

2

30

M^r. 20

89%

100

48% Sale
61H
65%
38% Sale
41% Sale

37

66

33

20
19

21%
Sale

1998

....

Mar. 31

16% Mar.

19

18

71

30

20%
22%

66

1998

Mich Cent coll g3Ha

19~"

26

81

Sale

67 H

1998

Registered

6,000
87,000
456,000
140,000
48,000
5,000

68
68
60
38

M N

Ref A lmpt. 4%a series A
Lake Shore coll g 3Ha

2,000

Sale

76% Sale

Debenture 4s of 1912...

550,000
16,000

Sale

42 H

1997

Debenture gold 4s

260,000

61

59
37 H

1997

Registered

Sale

68""

53

22

Sale

1% Mar. 15

68" "Mar ."24

30

Mar. 24

1% Mar.

2

6

Jan.

a2

35

16H

20H Sale

1% Mar. 16
r2% Feb.

1% Mar. 15

1% Mar. 15

Mar. 24

18%

16 %

...

Sale

30
43

30

Sale

20
18

35,000

13

90

32

54
30

50%

70% Jan.

85

.....

90

34%

1952

—1953
Inc 8s .1935

152,000 N Y C A H R g mtge 3%a

99

1% Mar.

sF

85

50

10

6

1% Jan.

68

85
74

58
72

New Orleans Term 1st 4a....
non cum

1%

.—

53

J

M N

1st 4a......1986

20,000 N O A East ref 4 Ha series A

1

9

Feb.

70

Mar. 27

1

Mar. 27

1

Mar. 27

Nat RR Me* prior lien g

1%

78% Feb.

24

60% Feb. 28

65% Mar. 15

2

1%

Jan.

2

Mar.

85

1%

receipt
4 Ha —1926
6,000
Aisent cash warr rsct Nov 4 on
Fit it cons gold 4s
1951
9,000
Assenting cash warr rect No 4 on
Naugatuck RR 1st g 4s
.1954
1,000 New England RR cons 5s
1945
Cons guar 4s
1945
Assent

60 %

-01957
No 3 on
1977
No 5 on

Assent cash warr recti
Guar 4s Apr 1914 coupon

1,000

Sale

72
69

Sale
69%
65

73

w*

79
68 %

58

72

1955

8,000 Naahvllla Chat & St L 1st 4s

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

73
68

74

MN

Constr M 4%s ser B

lBid.

Lowest.

March 31.

85

43%
33%

IF

14

88

3

50

Mar. 22

Jan. 31
Mar.
2

52

Jan.

58

—

Long Branch gen 4s_....1941 M S
N Y A N E Boston Ter-lst 4s....1939 M S
N Y A

N Y New Haven A Hartford—
Non-conv debenture 4s..

8

55

1947
1954

A

O

Non-conv debenture 3Hs..

A

0

50
52

Non-conv debenture 4s

19,000
21,000
4,000
123,000

1947 M

Non-conv debenture 3Ha

2,000

1955 J

50

76%
74 H
38

Sale

J
J

J

Convertible debenture 6s

Registered

O

Collateral trust 6a

1940 A

14,000

Debenture 4s

1957 M N

1st

A ref 4H» ser of

1967

1927

N Y Out A West 1st g

102,000
82,000

General 4s

~2,000

guar 4a

con

2,000 N Y Susq A West 1st ref g 5s
Second gold 4Hi

18,006

General gold 5s

Terminal 1st gold 5s

165",000

N Y Weatches A Bos 1st 4H»
Nord Rys extl s f 6Hs

38,000
*'

57%
86%

*.

1946
1950

38
106

27 %
65
26

Registered
Gen lien ry

"8",660

Ref A lmpt 4H« Series
Ref A lmpt 6s Series B

A Id gt 3a

M N
F

A

85

279.000

Ref A lmpt 5s Series

31", 000

Ref A lmpt 5s Series

84

1997
1997

D.

Northern Ry of Calif guar 5s

45
68

1938

Sale

79%
82%
56% Sale
79%

2047
2047
2047

C

102

38%

..2047

A

54
Sale
67

A

O

-sr.-F

V *'■

8%
103

9%

95%
a93

68
Mar. 18
36% Mar. 3

2

Mar. 16

50

Mar.

88% Mar. 16

88

Feb.

1

50% Jan.

2

58% Mar. 23
48% Mar. 29

43
64

.

25

26

J

1942

M

Sale

101% 102%

Mar.

41

Mar. 16

2

Jan.
Jan.

26
11

83

51

Feb.

1

45% Jan.
65% Jan.

11
12

Jan.

31

90

60% Feb. 10
52% Jan. 31

Jan.

Mar. 31
25% Mar. 3

1

73% Feb.

11

Jan.

12

34

Sale

Mar.

al00%Mar.

2 102% Mar.

*

4

19

Feb.

Jan.

10

64

Jan.

1
10

Mar. 3 46% Jan.
ol00% Mar. 2 106% Jan.

11
4

103

8

102% Mar.
88% Mar.

8
Mar. 31
3 103% Mar.
3 95
Mar. 16

90

Mar. 31

Mar. 20
95% Mar. 28

25%

31

31

Mar. 27

32

81%

Sale

79

Mar,

55

Sale

53

53%

Sale

64

Sale

53% Mar.
62% Mar.

3

*

*

Mar. 31

92% Sale

34

*

.

Sale

8

16% Jan.
64

34

98

8
Mar. 31
13% Feb.
6
102% Mar. 3 104% Jan. 30
5
88% Mar.
3 100% Jan.
4
94% Jan.
4 94% Jan.
6
93% Mar. 3 101% Jan.
89% Feb. 28 99% Jan. 24

100

.....

36

82% Sale
54%

85
55

85

2

31

Mar. 27

3 r84% Mar. 21

79

Mar.

82% Mar, 17
Mar,

3

Mar.

82% Mar. 17
57% Mar. 24

70

'58%
63

56

57%

62

Sale

55% Mar. 28
71% Mar. 17

64

62

Sale

5

65

Mar. 20

81% Jan.
53

Mar.

55% Jan.
53% Mar.
62% Mar.
59% Feb.
56% Mar.

65

31

56% Mar.

46

57

44

Mar. 28

46% Mar. 17

82
80

80

Mar.

80

Mar. 27

80

70

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

70

Mar.

2

70

Feb.
Mar.

93% Mar.

1

87

Mar.

2

100

Mar.

3
14
3
9
31
2
24

35

Jan.

11

87%
82%
61%
55%

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

1
5
11
9

64

Jan.

12

75% Feb.

11

Jan.

10

5

67% Feb.

7

3

50

67

76

38% Jan.

85
.

,

-

"70"

93% Sale
103

90
101

Sale

87
100

102% Sale

101

Sale

100% Mar.

91%

2 103

Mar.

3 102% Mar.
2
84
Mar.

J

84

Sale

80

Sale

78

Sale

75

Mar.

A

80
80
78

85

83

85

75

80

81

85

80

75

Sale

75

Mar. 27
Mar. 22

93

78

80

38

102
Sale

36

75%
93%
97%

"97%

95

Sale

92

95% Sale
99% Sale

87

Sale

100% Mar.

2 80
2 70
2
96%
2 105
3 107
2 89

8 101
8

92

99% Sale
40

97%

Sale

38

Sale

83

1st A ref gold 4%a series A
1977 A O
7,000
4,000 Penn RR consol gold 4s........1943 M N
Consol gold 4s
51,000
1948 M N
Stamped dollar bonds......1948 M N
15,000
Consol 4H« Issue of 1915
167,000
1960 F A
General 4Hs Series A
1965 J D
196,000
General 5s Series B
..1968 J D
138,000
15-year secured 6H>
293,000
1936 F A
40-year 5s
.....1964 MN
60,000
Debenture gold 4H"-1970 A O
412,000
General 4%a series D
1981 A O
181,000




78

97

2
2

Feb.

1

Jan.
Feb.

28
20
31

80

75%
97%
96% Sale

76

"

96

75

Mar.

81

Mar. 27

86% Jan.

5

75

Mar. 22

85

Jan.

16

3 103

Jan.
Jan.

27
25

a96% Mar.

Mar.
Mar. 31

36

80

Mar.

75

Feb.

88

Feb.

9

98

Mar.

95% Jan.

100

Feb.

21

98

Mar.

09

100% Jan.

a94% Mar, 22 98
3 100
97% Mar,

Mar.

13
14
30
31
1
1
1
10
31

98%

75
98

99

Sale
95

Sale

92

77

Sale

77

Sale

88

Sale

84

Sale

78

99%
79%
60%
71%

/

Sale

85

Deferred delivery.

80
Sale

100

Sale

100

Sale

Sale

78%

Sale

Sale

61%

Sale

60

Sale

73

Sale

72%

Sale

74%

79%

Jan.

16

a96% Mar. 3 100
38
Mar. 31 38

79

-

a

Feb.
Mar.

Mar. 23
Mar.
3

Feb.

28

46

Penn Ohio A Detroit RR—

Cash sale

Feb. 11

92

J

f 5Hs...1968 M

18

3

90

70

J

Paris-Orleans RRExt

17%. Mar. 18

20
Sale

Sale

...193R J

a

Mar. 31

J 103

f 4HS..1955 J

Paducah A Illinois 1st

27

93% Mar.

O

92

3

43

Sale

D

Pacific RR of Mo 1st ext 4s...^..l938 F

3

25% Mar.

Sale

Sale

J

J

Mar. 31

90

A

J

64

95%

1937

85,000|
Guaranteed con 5s... . ,
...1946
205,000 Ore-Wash RRANav IstAref 4s___l961

Mar.

"64" ""Mar ."31

Sale

1,000

con g 4s
.1946
28,000 Oregon Short Line 1st con g 5s..1946 J

Mar.

Sale

50

r

10

Jan.

87

Sale

Sale

92% Sale

95

s

Mar. 17

60

*

75

32,OOOjOregon RR A Nav

Sale

47

*

....

....

91

....

44

Paulista Ry 1st A ref 7s.

Mar. 16

40

50

Sale

92

70

J

D

53
88

64
73%
26% 27
32%
18
Sale
17%
62%
70
36
35% Sale
101
101% Sale

38% Sale
87%

7,000

71

3

57% Sale

M S

108",000

Mar. 18

68

J

_.

62% Mar.

36% Mar.

J

.

Mar. 16

62% Mar.

40

1936

Id extended gold 5s..

70

45

Sale

68

3,000 Ogden A Lake Ch 1st guar g 4s..1948
Ohio Connecting Ry 1st 4s.
1943

3,000
14,000

3

44

63
60

3,000,Ohio River RR 1st g 5s
General gold 5s

44

45% Mar. 30
44
Mar 22

52% Sale
46
Sale

;

10
13%
103%
99% Sale
94 %
94%
98% Sale
97%

Jan 2047
Jan 2047

Registered.

Sale

1945

Northern Pacific prior lien 4s

95,000

Sale
*

North Cent gen A ref 5s ser A—1974
Gen A ref 4%a aeries A
1974

216,000

90

50

1944
1941

8,000 Northern Ohio 1st guar g Sa

Mar. 22

1
Mar. 22

35

68

61
89

69*

1996

Registered

51

Mar.

38%
52% Sale
87
91

35

92

82

1,000 Norfolk ft South 1st g 5s
1941
6,066 Norfolk A Western lmpt Aext g6al934
275,000 Norfolk A West Ry 1st con g 4s...1996
DIv 1st A gen g 4s
Pocahontas C A C Joint 4s

Mar. 16

53

52% Mar.

25

55

88% Mar. 16

46%

56% Jan.
83

51
Mar.
2
45% Mar. 30

65

42

78

43

1942
-.1993
1937
1937
1940
1943

I Norfolk South 1st A ref 5s A....1961

114,000
26,000

42

65% Sale

50H Sale

4s...June 1992
..1955

N Y Prov A Boston gen 4a

N Y A Putnam 1st

D

J

1954 M N

Harlem R A Pt Ches 1st 4a

55
Sale
49

51
53

J

12,000
172,000
2,000

35

50

J

1948 J

3HS-..1956

Convertible debenture

80

51

J
1956 M N

Non-conv debenture 4s

62%
70
65
53

3
Mar.
2
Mar,
Mar, 31

Mar, 29
3
Mar,

84

Mar.

Mar

91% Mar.
97% Mar, 15 101% Mar.
83
Mar.
1
78% Mar
O/ X4.
3
67% Mar.
58
Mar
3
78% Mar.
68
Mar

Mar.

a94% Mar.

8?**
77
78

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

97% Mar.
78% Feb.
58

Mar.

68

Mar.

100%
104%
91%
97%
104%
92%
73%
85%

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Feb.

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

April, 1933.]
Sales in

March.
Value.

N. Y. STOCK
BONDS

N.

Y.

Price

:

March 1.

1933.

$

10,000

Ask.
Peoria Ac East 1st

cons

19

4i

Income 4s (flat)..

45

19

65,000
1st 4s Series B_.
2,000
1st g 4^s series C
78,000
29,000 Phlia Bait 8c Wash 1st g 4s

Bid.

Sale

35
28
28

19

19
19

37
32
98

96%

37%

25

Ask.

30%
1%

35%
3%

65

33

Sale
35

"30%

32

£§**
28

37
29

28%

Sale

97% 100%

90

19

78

90

78

Gen g 4%s series C

19
f 4s...19

75

84%

6,000
4,000

2,000
1,000
10,000
21,000
43,000

14,000

10,000
1,000
10,000

P C C Ac St L guar g

s

15,000

109,000

Feb.

3

Jan. 25
Jan.
4
Mar. 3
Mar. 29

3% Feb.
Jan.
43% Jan.
37
Jan.
39% Jan.

15
17
31
26
11

95

Mar. 29 101
Feb.
2,100
Jan. 12
88

30% Mar. 29

34% Mar. 24
99% Mai-. 17

Mar; 17

Mar.~l7

85

Sale

19% Mar. 15

22% Mar.

1

96

Sale

96

Mar. 22

97% Mar.

2

99

100

99

Mar. 28

99

Mar. 28

Mar. 31

6
16

23

Jan.

3

96

Jan.

27

96% Mar.
96% Mar.

2
2

83

Mar. 21

84
80

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

86

7 i

Sale

78

80%
82%

80
78

Mar. 27
Mar.
2

84

72

78

74

Mar.

3

91

155

Mar.

3 101% Mar.

65

27
30

—

Sal

32

27
85

...

90%

...

"76" -I

Feb. 24

'92%

"96% Jan? "31
96% Mar.
78
78

3

24

Feb. 14

98% Feb." 8
98% Feb. 16

2
.

Mar.

72% Jan.

4
2

92

Feb.

1

92

86

Feb.
Feb.

2

6

Jan.

100

Feb.

95

2

99% Feb. 20

99% Feb. 20

3 102
Feb. 24
17 100% Jan. 31

Mar.

Feb.

65

30%
30%
30%

Sale
95%
Sale
95

84

89

Mar. 31

39"""Jan""30

"30 """Mar ."21

Sale
Sale

30

Mar. 21

35

Mar. 3i

35

Mar. 31

30

Jan.

Sale

35

35
36

30% Mar.

1

36

Mar. 31

30

Jan.

3
3

80

Mar.

3

80

Mar.

5

78
91

Feb. 11
Jan. 20

80

35

38% Jan.
38% Jan.

20
18

95

86

'7

75

Mar.

3

80

Mar.

78

Mar.

Mar. 16

79

Mar.

3
1

84

82

71%

65

83
82

84

78%

Sale

79%

79

Sale

27

Mar.

75

72

III" "40"

"65"" "84"

75

64

::::: "74%

"E5" "§4"

3

80

Sale

..-i—

70%

84 %

Jan. 28
19 101
19 99% Jan. 19

98% Jan.

92% Feb. 14

2
2

96% Mar.
96% Mar.

11

Feb.

19% Mar. 15;

95

96%
96%

Feb.

Feb.

Mar. 22 102

81

99% Jan.

.....

77

70% Jan.

Feb. 28
Feb. 24

81% Mar. 24

78
78

60% Mar. 3
37% Mar. 23

55% Jan. 25
25% Feb. 23

18% Feb. 28

29

3

91% Jan.

28

62

Jan.

39

Feb.

5
2

30 v'-

97%

99%

35

84

1940 J

1922 coupon)

Rio Grande Western 1st g 4s

Sale

59

1939 J

34% Sale

1st con Ac coll trust 4s series A. 1949 A
Rock Isl'd Ark 8c Louis 1st

38

1%
69%
29%
30%
28%
97

102

80

19
19
19

Rio Grande June 1st guar g 5s..1939 J
Rio Grande Southern 1st g 4s
1940 J

4,000
48,000

Mar. 16

Mar. 16

39

30

100

Rensselaer Ac Saratoga 1st gu 6s.1941 M N
Richmond Ac Mecklenburg 1st 4s. 19481M N
Richmond Term Ry 1st guar 5s —1952 J
J

Guar (Jan

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Ma-. 16

30

99%

100%
101 J*

19
19
-.19

Jersey Cen coll g 4s
Gen & ref 4%s series A
Gen & ref 4%9 series B

Mar. 29

95

Prices.

92

76

19

Read Co

100

105

78%

1st gen 5s series B
19
Providence Securities deb 4s....19

1st 4s

Mar. 16

30

85

19%

78

First consol gold 5s
19
Pitts Vo 8c Char 1st guar 4s.... 19
Pitts Ac West Va 1st 4Us ser A —19
1st mtge 4%s series B
1st mtge 4%a series C......
Pitts Y Ac Ash 1st gen 4s ser A..

94%

Sale

22

91%
84%
88%
87%
86%
96%

19

Sale

Prices

100

99

19

Sale

29% Mar. 3
30% Mar. 29
28% Mar. 31

85

99%

1942
1942
1945
Con 3^a series E guar g
..1949
Con 4s series F guar g
...1953
Con 4s series G guar g
....1957
Con 48 series H guar g_.
1960
Con 4%s series I guar g_ ..;—1963
Con 4%s series J guar..
...1964
Gen guar 5s series A
1970
General g 5s ser B
-1<>75
General 4H< series C
...-.—1977
Pitts McK & Y 2d guar 6s
Pitts Shen Ac L E 1st g 5s_.

99%

99

4%s ser A —1940

Con 4%0 series B guar g._
Con 4%s series C guar g.
Con 48 series D guar £

5,000 Providence Terminal

40", 00

Sale

23

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Highest

83%

n\%
75

General 5s Series B

41,000 Philippine Ry 1st 30-yr

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

<38

Peoria 8c Pekln Un 1st 5%a A...19
Pere Marq 1st 5s Series A
19

"1*666

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

Jan. 3

EXCHANGE.

STOCK

25

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Sale

23

4%a„ 1934 M

75

64

68%

27

Sale

30

35

19%

Sale

20

Sale

60%

Rutland-Canadian 1st guar g 4s.1949 J
Rutland 1st coos g 4His.. .....1941

36%

50

35

55

40

St Jos Ac Grand Island 1st g 4s..1947

85%

87

70

2d gold bs

30

24% Mar. 16

42

70

18% Mar. 28

48

65
91
75

70

1996

44%

81

St Lawr Ac Adirondack 1st g 5s. 11996

48

71

70
-

-

-

Jan.

12

51 % Feb.

51% Jan.

8
31

90

6
16

Jan.

28

88% Feb.

85% Feb. 16
88% Feb.
9

71%

—

Jan.
Feb.

40
46

9

Jan.

14

70

St Louis Iron Mtn At South—

388,000
7,000

River At Gulf Dlv

1st g 4s

2,000

2,000

9%

Sale

9

Mar.

Sale

9%

Sale

9

Mar.

57 %

1952 J

J

24 Hi

1990 J

J

..1941 F

4 %s

St Paul Minn At Man cons 4s

A

D

71

Mar. 15

12%
13%
13%
10%
11%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

28
17
17
20
16

-

—

-

2

10% Mar. 30
1
1

52

54
37

54

Mar. 27

56

Mar.

20%

25

20% Mar. 30

29

15%

23

16

20

30
78 %

Sale

34

Sale

32
70

Mar. 29
Mar. 31

Mar.
2
Mar. 15

Sale
90

<

57

6

43

.....

78%
96

1933

93 %

1933

87 %
J

1937 J

Montana Ext 1st gold 4s

D

1st g 4s

54

35% Mar. 31
28% Jan.
6

43% Feb. 15

18

8

Jan.

8

% Jan.

3

10

Jan.

18

9% Jan.
a6% Feb.
6% Feb.

5
6
3

16
32

37% Mar. 16

15

Feb.

28

Jan.

8
10
17
20
16

62% Jan.

28

35

18
31
11

Jan.

35% Jan.
27% Jan.

20% Mar. 30
23
6

78% Feb.

18
Sale

9

14% Feb.
13% Feb.
13% Feb.
13% Mar.
10% Mar.
11% Mar.

Mar. 27
Jan. 27

54
35

Seaboard Air Line 1st g 4s

Stamped
...
Certificates of deposit

J

77

90

94

100

91

A O

3

37% Mar. 16
80% Feb. 23

Atlan-Birm Dlv 1st g 4s...May 1933 M S

3

Mar.

1

94

Jan.

12

Feb.
Feb.

11
10

76

Jan.

23

71

Mar. 30

93% Mar.

Jan.

Jan.

13

55

Mar. 21

90

Mar. 31

Ma-. 15

93

Mar. 23

90

76

Mar. 31

74%
Sale

71

Mar. 30

94%

96

90

Sale

100

31
4'

3

Mar. 31

Mar. 16

Sale

70

98
57

55

.

Mar.

91

Mar. 31 a81
71
Mar. 30
2 101
54
Mar. 29, 64
82% Mar. 3 90

76
71

76

74

.....

Feb.

96]

88% Jan.

2 100

84

93% Mar.

Mar. 29

54

82% Ma

.

Mar. 30

96% Feb.

96%

11

96 J

89% Mar

92

92%
......

15

97
95

Mar. 28

95% Mar. 2
93% Mar. 30

Feb.

5
10

Mar. 31

....

*

90%

J

96%

/

5

*

*

.

—

%

1%

14

1%

£
2

3

2

2%

1%
3%
2%

Sale

6

3
Sale
Sale
9

5

Jan.

3

% Mar .~22

% Mar. 17

% Mar.

*

*

3
3%
3

*

""

' 2

*

2

15

%
%

2

*

*

Hi*

5

Mar.

96% Feb. 16

16

*

15, 98
■

20

6% Feb.

Feb.

1'

3

3% Mar. 28

3

3

Mar. 29

2% Jan.
1% Jan.

41

Mar.

6

Mar.

1

6

Mar.

1

6

1

Mar. 21

1% Mar, 31

1

1% Mar. 29

29

Mar. 15

Mar. 15

2

2

10

% Mar. 17

I

2

6

*

22j

2% Mar.

2

Feb.
*

I

*

Feb.
1
Jan. 26
Jan.
9
Feb. 24

Jan.

3'
28

2%
3%
3%
7%

Mar

21

1% Jan.

1935

1%

Certificates of deposit
Series B

Sale

1%

Sale

6

1935

Certificates of deposit.
South Ac Nor Ala cons guar 5s.
cons

Mar.

90

79

1%

..1945 MS

6s series A

cons

89% Mar. 15
9i

*

O

Certificates of deposit

93%
93%
93%

...

90%

A

1959 A

89%
90%

72

97

Certificates of deposit
1st At

Sale
59 %

54

S

Oct 1949 F

Adjustment 5s
Refunding g 4s

"85" "84"
70

1989 MN
1950 A O
1950 A O

89%

95

100%

1934 A
1934 A

At N £ 1st guar g 4s

92% Sale
93%
97
a92% Sale

J

%
1936 F

A

1963 A

guar 56-year 5s

O

..

...

....

South Pac Coast guar 4s
South Pac RR 1st ref guar 4s

1937 J

48%
58%

o

85%

47%

§§*
83

75

2%

1994 J

1% Mar

84

Sale

47%

Sale

a41

Mar.

3

48% Mar.

Sale

60

Sale

59

Mar.
Mar.

2

65

UK
42

57
69

3

Sale

42

a38%

Sale

42

Sale
70
Sale
Sale

39% Mar.
a37% Mar.

3
3

75
47
46

Sale

41%

49

Sale

80

100%

80%

83

.....

80
102

Sale

1% Mar. 29

16

1
85% Feb.
J
55% Feb.
70% Feb. 10

Jan.

40% Feb. 25

78

Mar.

a70%

23 i
Jan. 17
Mar, 3,
Mar, 3
Feb. 23!
Mar, 30!

102

Mar,

1 102

Mar.

102

Jan.

85
6,102

Jan.

11
7
6

3

38
Mar.
2
Sale
84% o70% Mar. 30

97%

70

1% Mar, 29
80

43

46% Sale
74

86
90

%

Sale
74

"47"

%

83
73

Sale

a65

Sale

67

Sale

60

Mar.

Sale

60
45

Sale
55

60

Sale

57

Mar. 15

18%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

56

67%

39%
a37%
38

46% M r.

Feb.

82

Feb.

54% Feb.
53

Jan.

52% Jan.
Feb.

14
1
11

71% Mar. 16

60

Mar.

3 a79

Jan.

11

62

Mar. 15

55

Jan.

3

66

Feb.

11

Mar."'I

24

Mar. 16.

17" Feb.'24

24

Mar. 16

Mar.

Jan. 18
20% Feb. 27

28
30

Jan.

11

Jan.

11

14
Feb. 23

46
48

Jan. 21
Mar. 16

Jan.
Jan.

33

Feb.

1955 J

Southern Ry 1st cons 5s

87
80

4%

57

J

1955 J

Stamped Federal tax..

1994 J

Registered

339", 000

Devel Ac gen 4s series A

156,000
306,000

Devel Ac gen 6s series A

1956 A

26

Sale

Devel At gen

1956 A

26

Sale

22

Sale

1996 J

40

70

35

70

47%

1951 J

45

36%

48%

46%

80

80

1938 M S

36
75
20

24

24%

29

1955 J

J

15%

21

18

20

1943 J

D

.

*%a aeries A.¬

Memphis Dlv 1st g 5s......
St Louis Dlv 1st g 4s
East Tenn reorg lien 5s

Mobile At Ohio coll tr 4s
65,000
34,000 Spokane Internet 1st g 5s

Staten Isl Ry 1st gu g 4H».

Sunbury At Lewlston 1st g 4s

.

'19% Sale"

1956 A

1938 M S

Texas At N O cons g 5s
Texas Ac Pacific 1st g 5s.

Second g Inc 5s (flat)

Gen ref 5s

ser

79%
55

84%

1980




a

16'

25

Sale

21% Mar.

3

28

24%

22

1

29% Mar. 28

47

Mar. 17

48

Mar. 16

36.

40

Sale
70
47%
69%

25

Sale

23

Mar. 21 r27

Mar. 21

20

20%

Sale

20

Mar. 24

20% Mar. 31

18

28
96

Mar. 29

25
96

Mar.

20
40

Jan.

6

21

15

20% Mar. 31

34
99%
100

Sale"

70

Sale

32%

33

96

Sale

91%
70%

96%
Sale

Mar. 3
Mar. 31

33
99

91% Mar. 29

99

Mar. 16
Mar.
2

1

76

Mar. 13

61% Mar. 20

65

Mar. 16

70

Mar.

60
88

56

64%

62

65

60

74

60

68

91

89%

96

92%

Sale

52

Sale

46% Mar.

3

55

53

Sale

52

Sale

45
49

3
3

55

'89% Mar.""2

92% Mar. 31

Jan. 13 34
Feb.
9
Mar. 31 101% Feb. 14
91% Mar. 29 100% Feb. 20
70
Mar.
1
84% Feb.
4
59
Jan.
4
68% Feb.
1
65
Feb.
2 65
Feb.
2
Jan. 27
89% Feb. 25 100

Dec 1 2000 Mar
O

1979

rCash sale,

28%
.....

99

2000

Gen Ac ref 5s

D-.

27

99%

.......1943

Gen Ac ref 5s series C
ser

"22% Sale"

74

20

1977 A

B

18% Sale
22% Sale

1936 M 8

7,000 Tepm Cent Ry 1st M 6s ser A or B.1947
22,000 Term RR Assn of St L 1st g 4%a -1939
First cons g 5s
1944
17,000
Gen ref s I gold 4a...
1953
i.6,000
14,000 Texarkana Ac F S Ry 5 Ms ser A..1950

60", 000
166,000
80,000

14

Mar. 27

10

34

1933

..

"6~, 000

13%

25

50

....

.

"3",000

49% Mar. 16
42% Mar. 1/

10% Mar.
1
10% Mar. 22

47

Sale
21 % Sale

gold 4%a_.

1st consol gold 6s
6s reduced to

Gen

74,666

Sale

7% Sale

1989 MN
J
1989 J

117,000 Sou Pac Co 4s Cent Pac coll Aug *49 J D
1st 4 %a (Oregon Lines) ser A— 1977 M 8
206,000
1934 J D
Convertible 5s
12,000
Gold 4Hs.
1968 M 8
85,000
Gold 4H* with warr
327,000
May 1 1969 M N
Gold 4%S
1981 M N
526,000
San Francisco Term 1st 4s.... 1950 A O
11,000
1937 MN
2,000 80 Pac of Calif 1st cons As

266",000

9

8%

Seaboard-All Fla 1st 6s A

61,000

12

15

1st g 5s

45,000

12

35% Mar. 31
40
Mar.
2

Sale

1947

Sav Fla At West

1,000
130,000

Sale

1978 M

2d gold 4s Income bond..Nov
1st terminal Ac unlf 5s

5,000 Sclo Vail

*

Sale

12

10%
10%

10%

Certificates of deposit stamped..

Pacific Ext sterling guar 4s
1,000
1940 J
19,000 St Paul Union Depot 1st 5s
1972 J
18,000 San Ant Ac Aran Pass 1st guar 4S.1943 J
4,000 Santa Fe Presc At Phenlx 1st 5a—1942 M

14",000

12

Sale

8%

Certificates of deposit
Con M 4H« series 5

Registered

*

Sale

13

10 %

—

•

St Paul At Duluth 1st consol 4s .1968 J

*

11

Sale
Sale

10

J

Certificates of deposit
Prior lien 5s series B

St Paul E Grand Trunk

"1,606

Sale

J

1950 J

1950 J

Prior lien 4s series A

Gen Ac ref 5s series A
90,000
90,000 St Paul Ac KC Short List

50,000
11,000
124,000

35%

—

9,000 St. Louis Southwest 1st g 4s

54",660

46% Said
40
41%

9%

1948

St Louis-San Francisco Ry

170,000
44,000
23,000
8,000
386,000
322,000

39% Sale
28%
40

1933

St L Peo Ac N W 1st 5s

Deferred delivery.

42% Sale
44

j~"d

40%

Sale

47

49%
49%
49
*

Sale
Sale
53%

Look und

er

Mar.
Mar.

list of Ma tured Bonds

55

on

Mar. 20
Mar. 17
Mar. 20

Page 30.

55

42% Jan.
43% Jan.
43

Jan.

Mar. 20

56% Feb.
6

11

56

14

Feb.

f

Sales in
March.

A--1964
1935
Western Die lit g 5a
1935
General gold 5a
1935
Tol St L & Went 59 yr g 4a
1950
Tol W Va & Ohio lat guar 4%« B-1933
lat guar 4r series C.
1942

Tex Pac—Mo Pac Term 5%«

70

90

J

100 %

S

Pac KR A land gr fl 4a...1947

Reglatered

M

45%

Prices.

c

50

Feb.

79

73

50

44

Jan.
Jan.

100% Jan.

101

Gold 4%x

June 2008 M 8

..1967

J

j

lat lien A ref 5a.
June 2008 M 8
D
40-year gold 4a...
1968
J RR A Canal Co gen 4a....1944 M 8

100%

1933

j

80%
98%
98%

1955 F

A

lat eat

Vandalta consul

4a A..

*

Consul 4a Seriea B

P

Crux A

4a

.1957 M N

.....

.1936 HN

7,000 Virginia Midland general 5a
1.000 Va A Southwest lat guar 5a
First cons 5a
86,000
112,000 Virginian Rj 1st 5a aer A...

....

2

O

85

2

65

36%

Sale
Sale

92

.1962 M N

79

.1939 M N

53%
40%

85%
58
41%

94% Mar.

3

80% Mar. 31

3
Mar. 15 100
Mar.
3 78

79

Sale

Mar.

95

74

76% Sale
96% 100%

8

80% Jan.

95

Mar. 18

13

100% Feb. 10
99% Jan.
93% Jan.

31

Jan.

30

105% Jan.
86% Feb.
100% Feb.

31

95

Mar.

72% Feb.
Jan.

Mar. 16

31

100

16

1

23

87

1%

70

95% Sale
98%
80% Sale
79
Sale

82% Feb.
6
52% Feb. 28

12,

97% Mar. 16 a94% Feb.
97% Feb.
80% Mar.
88
Mar. 18
79
Mar.
84% Mar. 24

.....

99

25

31 100% Jan.

87

87

94

.1962 M N

RK 1st gold 5a.

Sale
99
103%
74% Sale
95
100%

81

65

J

.1958 A

aeries B

mtge 4

104,000' Wabash

Sale

85

85

2003 J

.

95% Sale
98%

87

83%
1%

lat 4%x. .1934

Aaatg

84

80

.

IN

Utah A Northern

Sale

88% Sale
87% Sale

9

80 "Feb.

89

50

98 %
96

j

--

.

65,000
111,000
89,000

1 st

70

65

First A refunding 4a

6.0001

70

Sale

88

j

45

Sale Prices
59
Feb. 28

95

60%

82

40

Highest.
1

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

59
87

85

75

80

O

d

152",000

Vera

'80"

77% 100

D

1946

Tor Ham A Buff 1st 4a

(Jmor

61

55

92%

81

o

...

...

Ask.

Lowest.

Highest

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid

60

J

\

80

Ask.

s

M

Toledo A Ohio Cent 1st a 5a

March 1.

1933.

KIB.

Bid.

740,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. I.

IN MARCH.

Jan. 3

EXCHANGE.

STOCK

Y.

N.

PRICES

Price

BONDS

Value.

EXCHANGE-BONDS

STOCK

N. Y.

26

95

1% Jan.

4

1%

41%

Sale
Sale

86

87%

78

61

50

40

40%

.1939 F

Deb 6s registered

.1939

35
60

74

60%

75

Dea Moines Dlv 1st g 4a

.1939

32

40

30

40

.1941

33

40

33

.1941

40

6

Feb.

10

84

Mar. 31

91

Mar. 18

Mar. 25

78

Mar. 25

78

Mar. 25

Mar. 31
Mar. 15

61% Mar. 25
40% Mar. 17

50

40

Mar. 31
Jan. 28

32

31%

45", 000 Wabash Ry ref & gen 5%s A— 1975
Ref & gen 5s (Feb '32 coupLB- .1976
102,000
1978
193,000
Ref A gen 4%» series C ;
.1980
Ref & gen 5a aeries D
95,000

48

Mar. 31

84

Mar. 24

32"

Mar. 24

9

Mar. 16

7

Mar. 15

40

Omaha Dlv 1st g 3%«
Tol &Cbic DIt lat g 4a

8

3

36% Jan.

23

96% Jan. 31
89% Feb.
6
65% Jan. 16
45
Jan. 24

22

lat lien 50-year gold cerm 4a. .1954
.1941

Feb.

Mar. 17

40

25

Jan.

69

46

65

2% Jan.
92

Mar.

50

43%

Second gold 5a

5
2
2

Mar.

65

78

Sale
Sale
Sale

84

79
58

Mar.
Mar.

85

Mar.

84

65

Sale"

38%

84

2
2

2

Mar. 2
37% Mar. 30

95

80

55 ■■■■•'•''

29,000

...

A

Det A Ch Ex lat g 5a...

1,000

.

29,000
1,000

Wllkeo-B A
Wilroar A

~2~ 000
17,000
7,000

Winston-Salem S B 1st 4a

Sale

35
32
43

55

6% Sale
6% Sale
6% Sale
6% Sale

6% Mar. 22
6
Mar. 3
2

Mar.

68
70

72

90

1

Mar. 17

90

'60"

Sale

57

Mar.

3

60
Sale

62%

Sale

57

Mar.

3

50

a99%
81

23%
74%
70

90

Mar. 17

94%'
100

Sale

90

88%
Sale

24%

Sale

72

75

50"

61% Mar. 25
63% Mar. 27

68

"75%

Sale

17

Jan.

3

12

r7% Mar. 16
7% Feb.
9
50

Feb.

3

52

Feb.

21

91

Feb.

95
64

Feb.

2

Jan.

26

2

99% Mar. 15 101

Mar. 16

67% Feb. 10
99% Mar. 15 102% Feb. 20

80

Mar. 29

80

26% Mar. 16
74% Mar. 1

22

80

Mar. 29

23% Mar.
72

1

Mar. 16

52

70

Jan.

Mar. 29,
Feb. 25
3!

70

22

71%
18%

23

21

Mar. 3C

21

21

80

2
Mar. 30

80

80

Mar. 3(

80

Mar. 30

11

10

9

6

95
Sale
10

10

Mar. 3(

Sale

80

Mar.

70

Mar. 16

75

23

Feb. 14
Jan. 10
Mar. 16
Mar. 30,
Mar. 30

75
Sale

4

Jan.

64% Jan.
69

60

95

"16%

Jan.

55

Mar. 16

3

Jan.

11

8

3

53

W*
70

71%

75
25

84%

17

Jan.

9

3
50
Feb.
6
a51% Feb.
6
87% Jan.
90% Feb. 28

64

6

Jan.

35
37

6

Jan.

4

62% Feb.

3

4% Jan.

7% Mar. 15

6

Jan. 23
Jan. 17
Mar, 24
Feb. 16

5% Jan.
5% Jan.

r7% Mar. 16

6% Mar. 31

58% Sale

Sale

!', is

Wisconsin Cent

1949 J

85

1960 J

g 4a

J

Dul Dl* A Ter 1st 4a.-.1936 M N

Sup A

45

62

98%

Mar.

85%

Feb.

18

29%
77%
74
71

Jan.
Feb.

11
2

Feb.

10

80
79

Jan.

11

Feb.

27

24

Jan.

17

90

Jan.

11

Jan.

3

1938 J

Sioux Falls 1st 5a

geo

Sale

60
1

"74""

94

70

1976 M
Erie RR 1st con g 4a.. 1949 M
East 1st gu g 5a
1942 J

let

92

60%

......

Wheel A L

85

70

B_.

ser

58

87%

Sale
Sale

37%
60%

65
64

57%
52%
101%
84%
82%
27% Sale

3,000 West Shore 1st 4a guar.........2361 J
Registered..
2361 1
Wheel & L E Ref
aer A
1966 M
Refunding 5a

7%

53

1943 A
1946 M

A

7%

6

79%
86%

...

...

6%

Sale

51

........

ser

Sale

50

-

General gold 4a
15.000 Western Pacific 1st 5a

55

6%
6%

6

168,000 Wash Term 1st guar 3%a
1945 F A
60,000
1st 40-year guar 4s
1945 F
116,000 West Maryland 1st g 4s.
1952 A
73,000
First A ret 5%s seriea A...... 1977 J
90,000 West N Y A Pa 1st g 5a.
_.1937jJ

24,000!

45

Sale
Sale

4%

2000iF A
1948IQ M

1st ref guar 3H*

Warren RR

Wash Cent Ry 1st g 4s

45

::::: "42""

6

.

1,000

42

Worcester A Conn East Ry 4

%S-1943 J

J

J

O

9%
8

9% Mar.

2

9% Mar.
8% Jan.

10% Mar. 27
10% Mar. 30

2
4

13% Feb. 11
11% Jan. 21

40

40

U

A

8%
8%

89%
11%
10

INDUSTRIALS—

..1953
1943

Abltibl Pott A Paper 1st 5s
Abraham A Straua deb 5%•

30,000
12,000
3,000
7,000
585,000
184,000
555,000
24,000
6,000
11,000
21,000
10,000
867,000
36,000
140,000
15,000
10,000
250,000
153,000
61,000
27,000
739,000

1,195,000
920,000
177,000

1,231,000
9,000
123,000
71,000
13,000
3,000

With

warrants..

.....

88

90

80

Sale

62

55

61

80%
51%

93%
27%

95%

94

29

31%

M

a

59

Adriatic Elec Co external 7a.....1953 A

0

A

U

Allegheny Corp coll tr conr 5a..1944 F
Collateral and convertible 5a
1949 J

93%
83%
25%

Sale
84%
26%

D

20

Sale

A

O

8% Sale
76% Sale
53%
25%
30

al2

30%

Sale

65

Sale

48

Sale

73

78

....1948

Adama Express coll tr g 4s

Albany Perforated Wrap Paper 6s 1948

1950

Collateral & convertible 5a
Allia-Cbalmera Mfg deb g

Alpine-Montan Steel 7a
Amer Beet

Sugar

5a.....1937
..1955

1942
..2030

Foreign Power 5a....
s

..1949
Amer Internet Corp conv 5H«—1949
Amer Mach A Fdy a 1 gold 6a
1939
Amer Metal Ltd 5%s gold notes.. 1934
1947
1937

Smelting A Ref 5s aer A

Amer Sugar Refg 15-year 6a.

fc

.......1946

O
8.

4

O

a

o

A

O

J

Sale

Sale

64

8
D

20-year sinking fund 5H*

MN

Convertible

j

j

70

83% Sale
Sale

102%
106% Sale
106% Sale
108% Sale
al05%Sale
106% Sale

1965 F

A

A

O

35

Sale

Amer Water Works & Elec coll 5s. 1934 A

O

92

Sale

Debenture 5s.

....

6s....1940

Amer Type Foundets deb
Debenture gold

6a seriea A... 1975

Amer Writ Paper lat g 6a

..1947

...

AngloChilean Nitrate 7s—
1945
Ark A Memp Bdge A Term lat 5s. 1964
227",600 Armour A Co. 1st real estate 4 %a 1939
500,000 Armour A Co of Del 1st 5Hi-.-1943
17,000 Armstrong Cork conv deb 5s
1940
25,000 Associated Oil 6% gold notes... 1935

M N
j

j

MN
M

j

8

D

s
j

113,000

Atlantic Refining deb 5s.......1937 j

j

3,000 Baldwin Locom Works 1st a f 5a..l940
157,000 Batavian Pete gtd deb 4%®
..1942
Beldlng-Hemlnway conv 6a
1936
153",660 Bell Telephone of Pa 1st 5a B
1948
First A ret 5s series G
....I960
189,000
95,000 Beneficial Indus Loan deb 6s....1946
178,000 Berlin City Electric deb 6Hs....J951
Deb sinking fund 6^*
1956
97,000
Debenture 6s..
1955
239,000

M N
J

J

55

70

74
70%
27% Sale
54%
56%
70% Sale

Sale

101% Sale
94

93%
87%

Sale

29

Mar.

33

27%
56%
68
68

Sale

29

Mar.

35

Mar, 16

Sale

21

Mar.

Sale

5

96

94%
98

3

Mar. 31

70

68

Mar.

53

Mar. 29

2

Sale

1
a30% Mar.
45% Mar. 22
Sale
70% Mar. 2
Sale
26% Mar. 28
56% 54% Mar. 2
Sale

68

57

Mar,

35% Mar
50

Mar

15

Feb.

74

Feb.

87

12

Mar. 31

Mar.

60

56%
22%

Sale

55% Mar. 15:
27% Mar. 30
2% Mar. 31

3
2

Sale

Sale

Sale

Mar.

3!

80%
71% Mar. 3 76
65
Mar. 24
75%
101% Mar. 15 103%

95

90% Sale
85

98

Sale

110

Sale

104% Sale
103% Sale

83

Sale

a79

62

Sale

50

60% Sale
58% Sale

46%
45

Sale
Sale

53

Sale

Jan.

13

Jan.

Sale

36

Sale

86

Mar.

2| 37

97

Mar.

85

Mar. 24

82

77

Mar.

81% Jan.

78%
103%
98%
43%
103%

Mar.

101% Mar.
98% Feb.

Mar. 20

35

Jan.

3 101

Mar. 18

97

Mar.

89

Mar. 16

85
Mar.
90% Feb.
87% Feb.

90% Mar.

1

94% Mar. 30

103" Mar.'

31

Mar." 16

103

102

Sale

1
101% Mar.
75% Mar. 3
39% Mar. 31

Mar. 20

95

80%

Sale

41

Sale

41% Sale
40% Sale

Mar. 22

Mar. 20

6
6
5
2

6
11

26
10
10
10
23

Jan.

3

Feb.

16

9

Feb.

3

Feb.

11

Feb.

2

Jan.

26

94% Jan.

6

95

101% Mar.
75% Mar.
39% Mar.

94%

17

76 '■* Mar. 31

71% Jan.
65

Sale

87

Jan.

13
9

Jan.

103

92

12

81

23

Mar. 18
Mar. 31
Mar. 3
Mar. 24

12

Jan.

105% Jan.

80

66

11
12

78

Mar. 22

77

13
20

63

80

Sale

27
17

105% Jan.
102% Mar.
1 «99% Mar. 18,103% Jan.
2 107% Jan.
18 100% Mar.
16
107% Jan.
98% Mar.
16, a 102% Mar.
109% Jan.
Mar.
Mar 16! 100
107% Feb.
104%
98
Mar.
107% Jan.
102% Mar 16
35
Jan.
44% Jan.
40% Mar 16.
Mar 16
80
Mar.
87
96% Jan.
72% Jan.
64% Mar 17, 55% Mar.
Jan.
Mar 23
37
32
27% Mar.
5% Jan.
2% Mar.
2% Mar 25

37

82

Jan.

16

37

94%

62

16

Sale

Sale

Mar. 29i

41 35% Mar.
26% Jan.
8! 70
Jan.
Feb,
Jan.
70% Mar. 2 80
Jan.
26% Mar. 28. 39
54
Feb.
63% Jan.
68
Mar.
83% Jan.
Mar.

82%

89

53

43

Mar.

Sale

98%

30

Feb.

68

37
83

36%
99%

28! 77% Jan.

68

103

Mar

Mar.

102%

9

12

3

3 103

98

79%
74%

9

Jan.

15

73% Mar 20

Mar.

Sale

36%

Feb.

28% Feb.

Mar. 30

Sale

36

37

16

99%

91

4

18

Mar. 3JU

17

100

Sale

5

Mar

Sale

VkV*
79

,

11

Mar

100

7§M

Mar. 22

59

Sale

79%

31

28% Jan.
25% Jan.
al9% Jan.

78

103

30%

11

12

Mar. 31i

Sale

Sale

2i

Mar

103%

Sale

17J

36

Sale

34

15

78% Mar 30

Sale

Sale

3

26% Mar, 15
12% Mar, 16
69% Mar, 25

100%
104%

99

17

Jan.

92

Mar, 22

2

47

"78%

Feb.

54% Mar. 28!

94% Mar,

Mar
2
69
Mar.
Mar
85
Mar. 3
1 105% Mar
Mar.
Mar. 18 101% Mar
2 104% Mar
Mar.
2 103% Mar
98% Mar.
Mar
al02%Mar. 15 106

109

....

"35"

18

97

80

Mar, 24

Mar. li

56

67

90% Jan.
64% Jan.

1

Mar. 22

60

94

76
68
70%
Sale
103
103% 103
61
65%
64%
64% Sale
Sale
79
78%
82% Sale
Sale
103
Sale
104
102%
101% Sale
a99%
100% 102
103% Sale
100%
101% Sale
69

Sale

Sale

76%
102% 103%
98%
35

o

60

103

75

D

68

Sale

74

m

21%

Sale

73
75

J

D

J

5s.......1947

29

Sale

55%
28%
2%

J

Atl Gulf IcWkSS Line coll tr Ss.1959 j

Atlanta Gas Light 1st

Sale

22%

64%
65
30% Sale
3% Sale
78%
81% Sale

j

44",000

30

Mar.

182

54% Mar. 21

103

104

105

35-year sink fund deb fx...... 1960 J

1943
debentures 4%s_.1939

62

78

75%

J

J

31% Sale

L>

WIN

...1936 M

Amer Tel A Tel Conv 4a.

30-year coll trust 5s

A

M

1953 J

f deb 5s__.

American I G Chemical 5Ha

Amer

M

deb 6a... 1935 F A
f deb 6a
1933 A O

American Cyanamid deb 5a...
American Ice

M N

conv

Amer Chain 16-year a
Amer A

A

55%
96%

87% Feb. 17

Mar.

111

Jan.

5

111% Jan.

9

Feb.

3

89

Mar. 31

Mar. 20

39

Mar.

70% Jan.
69% Jan.

11

39

37

Mar. 31

Mar. 21

37

Mar.

64% Jan.

11

12

Berlin Elec Elev A Undgrd Rys—

84,000|
34,000
;

88,0001

1st 6 Ha

1956

..

.

Bethlehem Steel

1936

J

42

48%

33%

49% Mar. 23

33% Mar. 31

63% Jan.

13

81

72

Sale
79%

33% Mar. 31

80

71

Mar.

3

82

Mar. 20

71

Mar.

3

90

Jan.

93

Sale

80

Sale

81%

Sale

79

Mar.

85

Mar. 21

79

Mar.

3

95

Jan.

5
10

8

16%
5%
4%

Sale

15

Sale

15

3
Mar. 31

17% Mar. 23

8

Feb.

2

20

Jan.

19

6

Mar. 20

6

5

Feb.

27

6

Jan.

27

4% Feb-

4

5% Jan.

11

1950

M

1934

A

O

O

Certificates of deposit—

Stpd as to payment of 1435 part red
Broadway A 7th Ave 1st con 5s__1943 J
lat 5a.

.

Brooklyn Edison Tnr gen 5a A

Gen mtge 5s aeries E
Bltlyn-M Tr K T Set

6a

—1941

j""j

1944 j
..1952 J
1968 J
1941 J

61,000 Brooklyn Union El lat 5s........ 1950
56,000 Brooklyn Union Gas Co lat g 5a. 1945
1st lien A ref 6s set K
1947
10,000
Conv deb

5Ha

Debentures gold 5s

250,000

1st lien & ref 5s series B

r

Caah sale,




a

5

6

Mar. 20

5

64

F

7

2%

4%
3
82%

3%
2%

1%

73

2%
3%
1%
2%
69/
Sale

2% Mar. 15
2% Mar. 3

Mar. 16
Jan.

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

3%
2%
9 75%
3 108
3 108
3 96

16

Feb.
3
Feb. 25
Mar. 17

26

28 158

J an.

28

Mar. 28 105

Jan.

9

103% Sale

Sale

88

Sale

80%

101% Mar.
101% Mar.
84% Mar.

"83%

60

60

J
A

"83Sale" "81% Sale"
106% Sale
108% 117

J

158

110

D
1950 »
1957 M N

107

Deferred delivery.

1

65%
Mar. 27i 101%
3 105
3 105% Mar. 16 101%
Mar. 25
3 92
84%

Mar. 20
Jan.
79% Mar. 16 82
79% Mar. 16 87
Mar. 20 102% Mar. 15 112
Jan.
106% 102% Mar. 15 107
108
Mar.
2 108% Mar. 27| 108
Mar.
2 117% Jan.
Sale

103

M N
M N
J

2

75% Mar. 17.

5

103

108
Sale
60

Mar. 31

6
13

103% Sale

91

Sale

Mar. 24

Jan.

Sale

107

Sale

Mar. 16

2

Jan.

106

85%

2

69

Jan.

J

J
J

109% 110%
116%

1936

250.660

16%

4

2%
%

Bklyn Queens Co A Sub gtd 5a..1941 M N
lat 5a stamped

17

5

4%

8
D

Certificates of deposit

Brooklyn City RR

9

8

10

1934

Hotels 1st 7s

M

4,000
30,000
62,000
147,000
202,000
827,000

57% Sale
85% Sale

J

O

A

5,000 Bing A Bing a.» deb 6Ha
1,000 Botanv Cons Mills see s f 6%s_.
Bowman-Bilt

A

lat A ref 5sgA_1942 M N

20-y^ar pur A imp a f 5a...

102% 103

•

Sale

Look und

99% caw
Sale
103% Sale
er

106

108%

158

99%
99%
100% 102%

list of Ma tured

99

Mar. 28 100% Mar. 16

98% Mar.

Bon ds

on

3 104% Mar. 16

Paga 30

99

Jan.

98% Mar.

6

12

3r107%Feb. 10

April, 1933.]

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in

Price

BONDS

March.
Value.

N.

T. STOCK

Gen Elec 4%s ser B

1933.

1981 F

O

104%
674
33%
34

J

A

19",666

Con* deb

f g 5s

s

60

f g 5%s

s

484

105%
62%

55

1st 7s ctfs of deposit

J

d

M

8
a

12

192,000 Certaln-teed Prod s f g 54# A.
1948
833,000 Cbes Corp con* col tr g 5s May 15 1947
100,000 Chic Gas L & C 1st gu g 5s
1937

M

8

35%
654
105%

M N
J

J

Clearfield Bit Coat 1st 4s
Colon Oil

deb 6s_.

35

48,000
35,000
4,000
13,000
65,000
70,000
*

15-year deb gold 5s

o424 Sale
364 42
""

Copenhagen Telep extl

4,000
4,000
11,000
24,000
23,000
108,000
150,000
47,000
200,000
125,000
263,000
16,000
10,000
201,000
497,000
81,000

Corn Prod Ref 1st 25-yr s f 5s
s f 6s

18,000

D
A

1934 m n

Crown Cork ft Seal

1947 J

D

8

J

..1969

4%s
1st mtge gold 4J4»---

.1951

Gen & ref 5s

C

.1961

Gen 8c ref 5s series E

.1952 A

Dodge Bros

( deb 6s

1

f 7Ha..

s

con

Elec Pow Corp

1st sinking fund 64s—.—

First I

s

f 5s

s

f 5s stamped

2,000 Federated Metals

47,000 Flat

deb

s

con*

f 7s
s

53,000 Gannett Co deb

62%

19,000
59,000
62,000
285,000
317,000
4,000
*

Gen Theatres Equip deb 6s

...1940 A

Goodrich ( B F) Co 1st 6 4s
Convertible deb 6s
...

1947 J
D

Goodyear Tire 8c Rubber 1st 5t_.1957 M N
Gotham Silk

Hosiery deb 6s

1936 J

d

Gould

Coupler 1st 15-yr s,f 6s....1940 F
29,000 Gt Cons Rt Pow (Japan) 7s
1944 F
57,000
1st 8c gen s f g 6 4s
........1950 J
105,000 Gulf States Steel deb 54s
1942 J
11,000 Hackensack Water 1st 4s
1952 J
18,000 Hansa S S Line.-. 6s with warr....l939 A
66,000 Harpeo Mining 6s with wart
1949 j
11,000 Havana Elec Ry cons g 5s.......1952 F

3,000
Deb 5 4s series of 1926
12,000 Hoe (R) 8k Co 1st 64s ser A

44",666

25", 000
11,000

Cash sale,

a

IW c74^
Sale
68

60




68

68%
50%

71
57%

Mar. 23

2:

69

Mar. 24

57

Jan.

l!

53

Mar. 17

43

Jan.

3 1024 Mar. 17
2 103% Mar.
1
*

Sale

Mar. 31

52

Mar. 22
Mar.
1

77
70%

69%

102

98%

534 Sale

48%
49% Sale
104 4

37% Sale

77

Sale

103

Sale
88

84

574

Sale

"55"

Sale
*

14
59% 60
77 4
79
464 Sale
80

Sale

87

87%

1%

-

N"

55
67

66

Sale

12

Mar. 15

77

Mar. 31

79% Mar.

55

Sale

55

Mar. 31

67
78

76% Mar. 29

98

47

50

51
Sale

D

106% Sale

O

103

F

A

Salo

514 Sale
Salo

76

Sale

*

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28 105

34% Mar.

Mar. 23

Mar. 29

71% Mar. 31

55

Mar.

50

Mar. 29

Mar. 31

1

Jan.

49% Mar.
62

19

3

3

1

23

30

64
74
9%
13
184
20
464 Sale

97%
54%

20

1024 Sale
1024 Sale

404
284
101%
1024

103

29

Sale

Sale

32

Mar.

2

39

Mar. 29

31

Feb.

42

Mar.

1

54

Mar. 28

42

Mar.

97% Mar.

46

48

Mar.

1

Mar. 28

Sale

list of Ma tured

Mar. 15
61
24 4 Mar. 24

34 Mar. 28
34 Mar.
Mar.
12% Mar. 20 20
194
40
Mar.
Sale
46 4 Mar.
28
Mar.
Sale
33% Mar.
1034 101% Mar.
1024 Mar.
Sale
103
Mar.
100% Mar.

Sale

1014 Mar.
97

Mar.

2

Mar. 23

Sale

98

65

Mar. 31

95% Mar. 17

Mar. 15

364 Sale

er

434

23

102

74% Sale
73%

1

a56

984 Sale

■;

37% Mar.

26

42

Sale

* .'.'I1'

54

174

1

28

28

1
16
1

2 104
Mar. 15
2 100% Mar. 21
44% Mar. 15

68

Mar. 28

74% Mar.

70

70

Mar. 22

72

Bon ds

on

Page 30.

92% Jan.
46
056
18

Mar.

;

1
25

65% Jan.
Jan.

13
28

12

86
87

Jan.

11

Jan.

9

v-x*'

'

43% Mar. 31

1

39
54

4

98% Feb. 10

1

61

Mar. 28

Mar. 29
Mar. 28
Jan.

13

724 Jan. 10
24% Mar. 24

Feb.

8

3% Jan.

3

10

Feb. 20

12% Mar. 20
17% Feb.
2

20

Mar. 28

20

Feb.

15

40

Mar. 31

53

Jan.

10

28

Feb.

35

Jan.

4

25

101% Mar. 29 108% Feb.
8
28 100% Mar.
3 104
Jan. 16

364 Mar. 31

734

37% Mar.

12

80

Mar.

78

1

Jan.

2

49% Jan.

Mar. 31
Mar.

Sale

5

2

Feb.

66
♦

78

994

Jan.

86% Feb.

*

*

94

74

Feb.

Mar.
Mar.

80

14 Mar. 20
554 Mar. 24
69% Mar. 17

11

814 Jan.

3t 1014 Jan.
28
544 Jan.

Mar. 31

1

31

Mar.

Feb.

98
42

25
102

Jan.

Jan.

11
20
16
31*102% Feb. 28
24
62% Jan. 12
28 574 Jan. 13
31
55% Jan. 12

Mar.

68

Sale

A

1

97
36

Mar.

57%

j

Mar.

76% Mar. 29)

1

Sale

Sale

31, 75

Mar.

70

O

801

Mar.

78

39
Sale

10

*

55

78

434 Sale
a384 Sale

Jan.

Mar. 16

33% Mar. 31

Sale

4
13
11
4

15

Mar. 16

37!
37;

4

Feb.

20

Mar. 20

*

Feb.

Jan.

3

■

70^
70^

77 4 Jan.
Jan.
60
Jan.
85

17| 97

Mar.

Sale

24

15101% Jan.

68

Sale

A

Feb.

334 Mar. 31 r40

46

47

93

Sale

Sale

Sale

524 Mar. 17
Mar. 21!

81

70

Sale

97%

17

3;

72
78

42

24

25

11

Jan.

76

Mar. 31 1004 Mar.
3
534 Mar. 1
Mar. 15
Mar. 28 42
Mar. 31
41% Mar. 15

14 Mar. 20
49% Mar. 3
62

3

Feb.
Jan.

63

Jan.

80

1

$

1% Sale

Jan.

65
68

13
10
12

31
194 Mar. 31

Mar.
3
3 100% Mar. 16
1! 43% Mar. 29

2 103

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

95% Jan.
104 Feb.

Mar. 24

Mar.

3

33% Sale

Sale

Sale
13%

50

*

62

Mar.

374 Mar.

35% 42
33% 34%
25
26% Sale
102
1024 Sale
724
80
71%

*

Sale

Sale

97

Jan.

*

Sale
105

76
81%
994 Sale
43% Sale

72

9

%

36% Sale

*

Sale

Mar. 21

99% Mar. 1
194 Mar. 31

:

2

49

95% Mar. 15

3

98

103

Sale

41

55

81% Mar. 30
95% Mar. 30

Mar. 21

99

644 Sale
77 4
79 4
984 Sale
374 Sale

52

524 Mar. 17
81

934 Mar.

*

105

1024

2

Mar.

Mar. 23
704 Mar. 31
704 Mar. 29
69
Mar.
2

52

77

81

Mar. 21
Mar.

53% Mar.

86
954

81%
95

99% Sale

Sale

68

67
69

64
50

Mar.
*

■;

27 104%
4 120
1184 Jan.
38% Mar. 31 68%
Mar. 31
38
68

Mar.

17
25

53% Jan. 27
3 105% Jan.
9
2 107
Feb. 15

99% Mar.

1004

27

Jan.

100% Feb.

76

Sale

69

2 120

38

90

1044

Mar.

73

.....

Jan.

Mar.

99% Mar.
1004 Mar.

120

Mar.

91

Mar.

73% Sale

e

50

f

90

38% Mar. 31

94%

82

93%

93

Deferred delivery.

97

42% Sale
42% Sale

Sale

474 Sale

Ind Nat Gas 8k Oil ref 5s
1936 M N
Inland Steel 1st M s f g 44s A
1978 A O
1st m s f 44s ser B._
...1981 F A
r

Sale

2

4

49% Sale
48

56

106

298,000 Illinois Bell Telep 1st 8k ref 5s A. 1956
164,000 Illinois Steel deben 44s........1940
74,000 Useder Steel Corp Rltge 6s
..1948

100

1024 Sale

*

Sale

1034

14

18

15

1949 M N

Mar. 16

Mar. 24

79

8

Feb.

25jr96%

Jan.

17

16%
3%

20 100

Feb.

70

Sale

80

33

Jan.

92-

90% Mar.

69

49

104

404

91

65

654 Sale
664 Sale

77

45
34

.1937

16

Mar. 21

57
47

65

57

474 Sale
1004 Sale
103% Sale

97
194

1934 A O
Holland Amer L 6s (flat)
...1947 M N
Houston Oil sink fund 5 4s
1940 M N
Hudson Coal 1st • f 5s series A.. 1962 J D

107,000
5,000 Hudson County Gas 1st 5s
149,000 Hum >!e Oil 8k Refining 5a

16

6

Jan

9

4

1004

X'-r'1

1951 M S

16

18

3 107

99% Feb. 23 1024 Feb. 15
Jan. 16
94% Mar. 16! 99
7
984 Mar. 24 101% Feb.

11

1

...1945 j

Mar,

100

2

Jan.

O

Certificates of deposit.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

V.7%

Jan.

69%

51%

55

Good Hope Iron 8c Steel sac 7s..1945 A

3

'

91

70

47
100

J

5

Jan.

44

103

79

J

Jan.

64

Mar.

984 Sale

A

2, 904
6

Mar. 31

71% Mar.

O

5s..Aug 15 1940 F

Feb.

3

91

A

f

56

a37

Jan.

91
Mar.
2
964 Mar. 22
2! 804 Mar. 16
71% Mar.
Mar. 29
654 Mar. 28 67

D

s

9

13

Mar.

Sale

Gen Amer Investors deb 5s ser A. 1952
General Baking deb i f 54s
1940
General Gable 1st s f g 54s A....1947

Gen Petroleum 1st

734 Jan.

79

Sale

Sale

M S

General Public Service deb 54s. 1939 J
Genl Steel Castings 1st 54*
1949 J

Mar.

Mar. 24 1044 Jan.

81*
101

Jan.

18
204 Mar. 21

924

85

D

16

Feb.

73

Sale

1948 M N

14

Jan.

42

2 100

80

f deb g 6s.

Feb.

Mar. 28 107

35

Mar.

95

S

4
5
3

Mar.

115

A

Jan.

91

106.

v

Mar. 31

Jan.
Jan.

*

Mar. 21

994 Mar. 15100%
944 Mar. 16 944
984 Mar. 24; 994
93
Mar.
3
954
92% Mar. 25 r96%
2
98
90% Mar.

16

85

Gas 8k Elec (Bergen Co> 5s......1949
Gelsenkirchen Mining 6s
1934

S

3 104

9

Jan.

Jan.

100

*

Mar.

27 1014 Jan.

Mar. 21

1064

68
62

1945

594 Mar. 23
40% Mar. 17

*

100

Feb.

4 Mar. 29 66
4
12
6% Jan.
100% Mar. 3 107%
Mar.
92
3 101%
96% Mar. 2 105%
100% Mar. 16,105%
49

Mar. 20

J

.....1942

Mar.
Mar. 27
3
68
Mar. 24 1034 Mar. 15
2 89
Mar. 29
2

95

100
107

Mar. 21

——

1942 M

Debenture 64s.—...........1940

Mar. 25
Mar. 17
Mar. 20

12

1 r98

D

7j.

Mar. 311

Mar. 16

Jan.

1
103% Feb.
Feb. 10
3 100
Mar.
3 104% Jan. 30
Jan. 27 108% Jan. 14
Mar.
1 101% Jan. 18

2i

.1946 J

General Elec deb g 34$
General Elec (Germany)

201

Mar. 17

Mar. 21

96% Jan.

Mar.

Sale

J

3

Mar.

o37

100%

8

S

Mar.

98

3 106

97

1

Mar.

■V'-'!

120

A

A

Mar.

1

Mar.

Mar.

72

1943

87% Jan.
97% Jan.

70

85% Feb. 27
98

Mar.

7a...... .1939 J

6s series A

Mar.

13
12
11
9
9

Jan-

85

65

J

89

91

Sale

u

Mar. 31

91

57

J

70

Salo

62

.1941

21

Mar. 16

97
96

Sale

101% Sale

Jan.

Mar. 31

47

Sale

D

f 8s

Mar.

Mar. 23

85

1950

41,000 Framerlc Ind 8c Dot 20-yr 7
4a. .1942
26,000 Francisco Sugar 20-year 74s... 1943

1

3

93

.1954 J

..........

Mar.

4

3 r424 Jan.

Mar.

30% Jan.
89% Jan.

3 1024 Mar. 18
Mar. 21 i
1

12

Mar. 16
Jan.

194 Mar. 20
674 Mar. 31

Mar. 21 107

65
Sale
103% 101
79
86
Sale
564

102%

■

Fiak Rubber 1st

Mar.

46

Mar. 17

79

15

Mar.

39% Jan.

934 Sale

Sale

1044

.1942 M
....

37

3

Mar. 16

97%
2 102%
96% Mar.
100% Mar. 16 1024
100
Mar. 28 102%
364 Mar. 31 39
174 Mar. 15 204

22

*

/V

a32

3 102% Mar. 17
Mar. 21 100% Mar. 15
Mar. 18
984 Mar. 1

92

1174 119

J1942 M

1st lien s f 6s stamped
30-year deb 6s aeries B

Sale
Sale

Mar. 25

494 Mar. 29 56% Mar. 21
3
12
Mar. 31
74 Mar.
3 104% Mar. 20
100% Mar.

Sale

103

Ernesto Breda Co 1st mtge 7s... ..1954
With stock purch warrants..
F
Lt & Tr 1st

514

12

Mar. 31 100

Mar.

95

—.

8

Mar.

Mar. 31

91

Sale

1953

(Germany) 6 Ha

..

Sale

7H

*

1995

.

"94%

28
28

93

68%

106%

.1939

g 4s

Ed EI 111 N Y 1st cons g 5s.....

Sale

1

Mar. 16

394 Mar. 21
22H Mar. 1

Mar. 31
Mar.
1

70
864 Mar.

Mar.

46

97% Mar. 18

864 Sale
944 Sale
724 Sale
66
674

Sale

1937

.

34

2 103% Jan.
Jan.
2 103
ljl034 Jan.

65
Sale

O

394 Jan. 13
75% Feb. 10
105% Jan. 17

Sale

57

.1942 J

Mar.

93

44

AA.

Mar.

634 Mar.
Feb.
100

Sale

101

Duquesne Light 1st mtge g4H« A1967 A
1st M g 44a series B
..1957

71
26

13

102

96

19*2 M N

3

3
Mar. 23

Sale

90
98
91
99%
.....944 —..934
964 100%
98 4
99%
934
954
94
964
934
95
94
994
954 Sale
93
Sale

J

ser

100
97

101

Sale

1

Mar. 22

41

1024 Sale

(Ltd) 1st 6s A ..1966 M N

Donner Steel 1st ref 7s

Duke-Prlce Pow

Mar.

a32

50

94% Sale

Sale

..

Mar.

Sale

Sale

103

Mar. 31
Mar. 31

106%

101

Mar.

91

*

97

Mar.

Mar. 16

28

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

89 4
62

.

100

Sale

1944 M N

.

Oold (Jacob) Pack 1st 6s....

11

86
32

724 Mar. 16

28

934
974
Sale
1034 103% 101
1024
98
1054 106
1044 100%
33
35
37
41
364
17
Sale
18% 21
18
68
75
a654 Sale
65%
1034 103% 1034
1014
80
86
904 Sale
854
63
Sale
57% Sale
564
44
Sale
0384 Sale
37

F

Jan.

Sale

99

1004
1014

-.1962

ser

Sale

104

Sale

Gen 8t ref 4 4s series D

93

98
99
98
97
99
97
100
1014 Sale
107% 1074 107
97

Sale
Sale

"95""

-.1955

18

97

93

11,000
4,000
9,000

*

994 Sale
984 Sale
1014 Sale
1064 108

90

5,000 Federal

90,000
22,000
115,000
54,000
9,000
35,000
203,000
174,000
37,000
24,000
7,000

Sale

M N

Gen at ref 5s series B

Jan.

704 Sale
894
91

89

Sale
Sale

93%
100%

.1969 J

El 1st at ref 5s..

75

Sale

102%

as

61% Mar.

Sale

354
37%

Sale

96%
101%
106%

M N
to Pa tax.
Detroit Edison Co 5s Series A. ..1949 A O

Stamped

Mar. 17

91

100

.1971

*—

1st & ref

17

65

70

*

1937 J

Delaware Pr ft Lt 1st M 4 4

Denver Gas ft

J

1950

Cumb T ftc T 1st at gen 5s

Ed EI III Bkn 1st

76,000
173,000

D

Crown Willamette Pap 1st s f g 6s 1951 I
Crown Zellerbach deb 6s w w
1940 m

Eastern Cuba Sugar

"4,600

M N

J

Jan.

Jan.

Sale

Sale

10

108
107

70

106%
100%

Jan.

Mar.

Mar.

37

105

20

102

100

194 Mar. 20
674 Mar. 31

■

10% Mar.

Mar. 16

21

10

6

61% Mar.

Sale

37

100

Sale

Mar. 28

Jan.

% Feb. 20

Mar. 27

38

56

D

14

Sale

6

96

124

69

864

Mar. 23

105

304 Sale

41

73

a83

13

Mar.

204

j

Mar. 16

Mar. 17

Mar.

Sale

62

J

10% Mar.

28

1004

A

f g 5s.. 1954 F

s

100

36

Sale

_

90

9

944 Jan.

27

102

74% Sale

Sale

106% Jan.
70

Feb.

100

73

Sale

3

62% Mar. 15

% Feb.

22% Sale

84% Sale

Mar.

Feb.

46

* .x'v/v

38

30
Sale

D

1943 J

:>

Cuban Cane Products deb 6s

59,000

♦

Sale

96

D

Mar. 23

Mar.

994 1014

....

a83

Mar.

102

Mkr. 17

70

1

85

71

J

44,000 Consot Hydro-Elec 1st s f g 7s...1956
57,000 Consol Coal Md 40-yr 5s
1950
539,000 Consol Gas (N Y) deb 5%a
-1945
609,000
Deb gold 4^8
1951
859,000
Debenture gold 5s
1957
24,000 Consum Gas Chic 1st guar g 5s. 1936
58,000 Consumers Power 1st lien 5s C..1952
20,000 Container Corp of Am 1st s f g 6s. 1946

100

26

96% Sale
35%
36% Sale

96

Mar. 24

3105

634 Mar.

35

96%

Mar.

40

1

294 Sale

84

Mar. 29

Sale

Sale

105

5
5

37

1

Mar. 29 r45

Sale

Sale

85

Mar.

67

Sale

27

30

28

99

1938

conv

Mar. 17
Mar. 21

Sale

26

35

14,000 Colo Fuel ft Iron Co gen s f 5s..1943
A
28,000 Colo Indus 1st coll tr 5s gu
A
1934
239,000 Columbia Gas & Elec deb 5s
1952 M N
20,000
Debenture 5s
...Apr 15
1952 A O
217,000
Debenture 5s
...Jan 15 1961 j
J
23,000 Columbus Ry P it L 1st 44*
.1957jJ J
109,000
Secured conv g 5%s
1942 A O
26,000 Commercial Credit s f 6s ser A—1934'M N
34,000
Coll trust 54s ser A
.._.1935jJ J
293,000 Comm'l In* Trust con* deb5 4a.l949,F A
1,000 Computing-Tab-Record s 1 6s...1941
J
5,000 Conn Ry 8c Lt 1st g 44s
J
1951
20,000
J
Stamped guar 4 4«
1951

Mar.

62% Mar. 15

90

854

ft

1940

30
37

33% Jan.
64 4 Jan.

544 Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

34

11

174 Feb. 24

53% Mar. 22

90

-----

Chicago Rys 1st 5s stamped

Aug 1 1932 20% part paid
1927
55,000 Chlldi Co deb 5s
1943
511,000 Chill Copper deb g 5s.
1947
209,000 Cln Gas & Elec 1st mtge g 4s A..1968

...

95

12

674 Jan.

174 Mar. 311 234 Mar. 16

10% Sale
12
Sale
1024 Sale 1034 Sale
104 4 104
Sale
50
64% Sale
61
86
Sale
61
79

II*

87

1054 Jan.

2

"69%

67

Prices.

28

100

37

65

Sale

Mar.

Sale

85

18%
18%
106%
105% 106%

MN

Feb.

48

102% 103% 102%

-

f

99

2

Sale

3%
O

1 101% Mar. 17

Mar.

30

1942
A

Mar.

Sale

85
Sale

Highest.

48

Sale

60

Sale Price.

99

Sale

80

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

1

Sale Prices.

53

174

Camaguey Sugar Co—

37",666

RANGE SINCE JAN. I.

Highest.

Sale

50

Sale

30

634
964
97%

93%
95 4

1938 MN

10,000 Canada Steamship Lines 1st 6s..1941
46,000 Central Dist Tel 1st 30-year 5s__.1943
35,000 Cent Hud G & E 1st 5s
Jan 1957
24,000 Cent 111 Elec & Gas 1st 5a
...1951
8,000 Central Steel 1st sink fund 8s...1941

*

MARCH.

Loewst.

'

Ask.

18

45

a

Ask. Bid.
Sale
99

100

Sale

43

1939 f

March 31.

1

40%

O

M N

.....

deb

Bid.

Ask.

63

J

25,000 Cal Gas & El Corp unlf 8c ref 5s.. 1937 MN
17,000 Calif Packing coot deb 5s.
j
1940 j
con*

March 1.

104

...1952 A

6,000 Bush Terminal Co lst4s

A

102,000
Consot 5s_
1955
158,000 Bush Term BIdgs 5s flu tax ex...I960
33,000 By-Producf Coke 1st 5%a ser A..1945

Calif Pet

PRICES IN

37

Jan. 3

EXCHANGE.

Bid.

136,000 Buffalo

EXCHANGE-BONDS

1

Mar. 17

101% Feb. 28 107% Jan. 30
97

Feb.

28 103 4 Jaa.

4

364 Mar. 31
95% Jan.. 12

58% Jan.

11

96% Feb.

4

68
70

Feb.

7

80% Feb.

9

Mar. 28
Mar. 22

81

EXCHANGE-BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

28
Sales in
March.

Jan. 3

2,224,000

14,000
51,000
196,000
360,000
600,000
392,000
29,000

16

20**

55

62**
33**

....

Corp 1st A coll tr 5s—
Stamped extended to
...1942

41

55**

52

Sale

40

55** Sale
28** Sale
30
32

24**
30**

Sale
Sale

39

42

Sale

44

12** Sale
20** Sale
23 M Sale
22
Sale
77** Sale
77**
77**
81

11

18

Sale
Sale
Sale

Convertible debenture
Deb gold 58

.

22**

Sale

18

Sale

4J*s—1939

1955
1947
1948
1948

...

Investors Equity

fts A

Deb 5s ser B with warrants

"17,666

warrants

Without

Sale
Sale
Sale
12 %
14
27
Sale
30?* Sale
28 H Sale
82
83?*

38

El deb 6s
1st s f 6s

83

32,000
29,000
57,000
13,000
103,000

Certs of dep for sec

Lacicaw Steel 1st cons

5s

Cons sink fund 4Hs ser

C

1st A refunding 58

2,000
First A ref sinking fund 5s
1974
3,000
Secured gold notes...
...1938
33,000 Liggett A Myers Tobacco 7s
1944
227,000,
5s
1951
267,000 Loew's Inc deb s f g 6s
1941
40,000 Lombard Elec 7s series A........1952
44.000 Lortllard (P) Co deb 7s
1944
95.0001
5s
1951
132,000 Loulsv Gas A EI 1st A ref 5s
1952

9,000|Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec 6 V*s.l944
42,000 McCruiy Stores deb gold 5*4«
1941
366,000 McKesson A Bobbins deb 5f*s
1950
*
Man«t« Sugar 1st s f7**«
..1942
Stamped Oct 1931 coupon

23,000]

2d

76**

91

87

88

88

57

Sale

57

60
53**
2** Sale
99?*
21** "27"
99**
40** -97**

J

Sale

A

O

A

O

Sale

2013
1953

4

94 jf

A

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M

8

30

29

Sale

28**

Mar."

23

4?*

5.

89?*
60

34

72

Sale

47

Sale

27

31

25
89?*

25

Sale

66

101**

57

40

57

Sale

30

Sale

64

69

Sale

61

Sale
Sale

35
92

36

82

.....

87

Sale

40
90

93

Sale

94**

85

Sale

65** Sale
15
9**
60
55?*
93?* Sale
78** Sale
77** Sale
83?* Sale

96**

70?* Sale
13**
20**
38
54?*
81
Sale
73
Sale
72
Sale
71?* Sale

Deb

Sale

95

98

88

90)*

84**

86

81**

70

D

1955
1955
1955
...1955

35,000 Morris A Co 1st s f 44s

1939

General A refunding 5s A
Gen A ref 5s series B
Gen A ret

s

f 4 **a ser C

70

Gen A ref

s

f 5s

ser

66?*

73

82

D

MN

103?* 106

100

M N

95

75

Sale

52

Sale

80
Sale

53

1942
1943
Jan 1965
1965

1951

8*
8o

F

Sale

78

A

106
79

104

J

75

A

J

109?* 111?*

M N

105

A

O

Sale

86** Sale
59
59**
58?* Sale
Sale

55

..........

173,000

s

-----

Cash sale,




a

Feb.

99

89?* Mar. 16,
72?* Mar. 16
13** Mar. 22
48
Mar. 20
Mar. 27(
Mar. 171

Mar.

70** Mar. 22
13 ** Mar. 22
48
Mar. 20
2

Mar. 31

3
Mar. 18

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Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 16

Mar.

54

25

1
28

Feb.
Feb.

28
28

68** Mar. 28
126** Jan. 20
Feb.

7

84** Jan.

11

90** Feb.

15

110

114

Jan.

4

99

Jan.

17
25
9

106** Jan.
53

Feb.

62

Jan.

9

39** Jan.

11

*

Mar. 31

5

19
23
24
10
2
3
20
27
23
20
3
3
30
3
22
20
2

4?* Mar. 17
38** Jan
30
31
Jan. 27
Mar. 31

25

89?* Mar. 3
55** Jan. 10
37?* Jan. 31
75!

Jan.

50 J

Jan.

9
25

94

Feb.

14

10

99

Feb.

90

Jan.

16

75** Feb.

21

Jan.

31

67** Jan.
95
Jan.

28

15

3
10

Mar. 31

84

Jan.

Mar. 31
Mar.
3

83

Jan.

6

Mar. 20

86

Jan.

16

Mar. 18

Mar. 18

62

Feb.

10

98**
86**
66**
68?*

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

25
10
31
28

81

94** Mar. 28 a87** Mar. 15
81
Feb. 21
82?* Mar. 3
a64** Feb.
3
68?* Jan. 28

o87** Mar. 15
81?* Mar. 20

95
54

85
78

80

20**

101

54?* Sale

70

53

80

78**

80

Sale

74

Sale

73

Sale

102**

"68"

Sale

Sale
57
Sale

103**

104

103

Sale

Sale

106

Sale

101?* Sale

100

Sale

?*

J

31

M N

103

J

34

Sale

2

1**
.1947 M N

%

o

.1951 M N
.1956 M N

.1939 MN
.1946 J D

.1955 A O
.1950 M N

Sale

12

69
Mar.
2 81** Jan.
Feb.
102** Mar. 31 107

11

78** Mar.
Mar.

2

77

69

Sale
41

103?* 105

98

103

1?*

2**

1?*

1**
102

97 **

99)*
101**
47

105
98?* 96

105

Sale
Sale
49

100

Sale

59

Sale

1947

M N

53**

Sale

44

Sale

Look und

Mar. 16

102** Mar. 31 102** Mar. 31
Mar. 16

3

96)
80)

Mar,

45

Mar,

3

46
45

Mar,

3

29

Mar

Mar, 30

Mar, 15

106?* Mar
102** Mar

101**
91

65

Mar. 16

Mar. 21 75
Mar,
1 106

100

79
Jan.
Mar. 21
Mar.
1 111?* Jan.

96** Mar. 3
1
80** Mar. 30
45
Mar.
3
21
46
Mar.
3
18
45
Mar. 15
30,
29
Mar. 18
16
1 106?* Mar.
3
1
27 102H Mar.
Mar. 3
16 101

Mar. 20
Mar.

56** Mar.
55** Mar.
49** Mar.

Mar.
31
3 111** Mar.
1 105?* Mar.

18

3 106

Mar.

1 108

Mar. 21

1 100

Mar.

104

Mar.

98** Mar.

1

17
11

107** Jan.

6
11

95

Jan.

19

64**
64**
60**
37**

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

16
16
25
20

Jan.

9

108?* Jan.
108** Jan.
1 112?* Jan.

6
9
26

Jan.

31

115

1 103

95

J* "lli
38

1?*

Jan.
3
Jan. 10
77** Feb. 24

90

38

31

3

107** Sale
102?* Sale
102?* Sale
104** Sale
47
59**
101** Sale
60
Sale

11

Jan.

101
Mar
102** Sale
Mar,
106** 106?* 104
98** Mar,
98** Sale

100

100

Sale

29

90

90
.....

Jan.

91

Sale

111

J

4

54

100

108?* Sale

Apr

56** Feb.

53

Sale

Sale

M N

51

Mar. 24

100**

106**

J

Mar. 30

83** Mar. 17

65

46**

19

54

100

46**

11

55

Sale

81** Sale
48
45**

23

99

104" "Mar." 18

1

Sale

Sale

10

Mar. 24

54

103**

51** Sale
50** Sale
50
52**

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
4 80
Mar. 16 107?* Jan.
Feb.
Feb. 23 75

51** Mar. 15

Sale

68

Mar. 16

75

103""
89

Mar. 16

1

99**

Sale

102**

99

78
75

78

80** Mar.

Mar. 16

40
73**

Sale
Sale

1**

Deferred de'lvery.

Feb.

2

66

70

*

r

Mar.

16!

66

50

1962

f 6s_

Jan.

Mar. 30

17

Mar. 22

32

2 100

11

104

Mar,

106

45

Mar.

94

94** Mar.
98** Mar.
45

Mar.

100

_

Sale

55

99** Mar.
55
Feb.

99** Mar. 31|101** Mar.

Sale

Mar. 28

34** Mar. 31

list of Ma tured

Bonds

64

Mar.

34** Mar. 31

47?* Mar. 15
on

Page 30.

17

1** Feb. 24
109

Mar.

99?* Mar.
103** Mar.
50** Mar.

94

1?* Jan.

Mar

101

Sale

15

Mar.
Mar.

105** Mar.

i

5

Feb.

94!
98)

Mar.
Mar.

101

2?* Mar.

40** Mar. 30

Mar. 28 105**

1** Feb. 24

9

34** Sale

3

Mar. 22

1** Jan.

Sale

94**
101?* Sale
46**

er

Jan.

2?* Mar. 25
40** Mar. 30

Mar. 28 103?* Mar.

4**

Sale

"IF

1 ** Mar.

32
100

Nordeutsche Lloyd (Bremen)—

20-year

Jan.

Mar. 22

90

30
111

107

Certificates of deposit.....

•

Feb.

Mar.

72

Feb.

17

*

Mar. 31|
Mar.
1|
Mar. 30
Mar. 16

94

81

4**s A...1962

28,000 New York Steam 1st 6s ser A...
1st mortgage 5a..............
91,000
1st mtge 5s...
113,000
626,000 NY Tel 1st A gen j 14**s.
45,000 N Y Trap Rock 1st s f g 6s
Lock A Ont Pow 1st 5s A.
72,000 Nlag *
"
83,000 Niagara Share deb 5 4s

37** Mar.

94

Sale
Sale

32?*
36)*
113** Sale

Certificates of deposit
6 4s series B..

46

Mar. 31

Sale
95

N Y L E A W Coal A RR 5*s

N Y State Rys let cons

61**
80)* Sale
40)*

J

1«41

jMutual Union Tel 5s

con

85
79
70

O

76,000 Nassau Elec guar gold 4s stpd...l951
1,000 National Acme 1st mtge 6s
1942
411,000 National Dairy Prod deb 5J*b
1948
350,000 Nat Steel 1st coll 5s
1956
1,000 Newark Con sol Gas 5s....
1948
20,000 Newberry (J J) Co 54s.
1940
280,000,New England TAT 35-yr 5s A...1952
138,000!
1st g 4^8 series B .
1961
139,000 N J Pow A Light 1st 4**s
1960
29,000 New Orleans P S 1st A ref 5s A...1952
80,000
1st A ref 3oB.
1955
45,000 N Y Dock 1st gold 4s
1951
30.000
Serial 5s g notes
1938
155,000 N Y Edison 1st A ref 6**s ser A..1941
175,000,
1st lien A ref 5s B_.__
1944
191,000'
1st lien A ref 5s series C.......1951
20,000,N Y Gas El Lt Ht A Pow 5s
1948
137,000
Purchase money coll tr g 4s...1949

1st

66?*
78**
40**

A

'

5s.

61)*
61**

1947

13,000 Mutual Fuel Gas 1st gu 5s

Dock A Impt exf

...

16

23

1

Feb.

IF

*

Jan.

4?* Mar. 17
37?* Mar. 31
31
Mar. 31
25
Mar. 31
89?* Mar. 3,
Mar.

Jan. 13
Jan. 12
Jan. 13
Jan. 14
Feb. 24

55

1966
1934

Mortgage-Bond Go 4s series 2
'Murray Body 1st 64s

165,000 N Y Rys Corp Inc 6s..
25.0001
Prior lien 6s series A
9,000 N Y A Rich Gas 1st 6s A

.....

Jan.

68

94**

3

13
12

.

Mar. 31

69

Jan.
Jan.

*

Mar.

55

Jan.

5

22?* Mar. 31
24** Mar. 3

Mar.
3
Mar. 16

80

82?*

66?*

1941

Mont Tram 1st & ref A 5s

2.

Mar.

Sale
Sale
Sale

68
68

1

16

20
Feb.
1
2
773
Jan.
18
2 105]
Feb. 20
3 1143
Jan. 17
53
64** Jan. 24

Mar.
94** "Mar.
45
Jan.
90

3

17
2
22
20
3

Mar.

42

17
22

Sale

84

Feb.

30 108
23 135

Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

20

*

98

70**
10 ys

11

90

Mar. 20

40

50

55

1937

g 7s

5

35

81**
Sale

Jan.

70** Mar.

15

88

*

Mar. 23
Mar. 20

Montecatlni Min A Agr Co Inc

18,000
11,000

31

95

85**

80

4H
29?*
29**
18**
89?*

6

1

67

80

2

Mar.

*

19**
65**

36?*

30

4?4 Mar. 22

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
46
Mar.
29?* Mar.

3

Jan.

46?* Jan.

80

29,

Mar.

*

4**
Sale
Sale

5
29** Sale

92

22?* Mar. 31
24** Mar. 3

^Sale

Jan.

37

2

57
68** Mar. 28
Mar. 30, 117** Mar.
125
Mar.
109?* Mar. 29 102
Mar.
68** Mar. 16, 48
78** Mar.
Mar. 31
84
Mar. 17. al02**Mar.
109

94** Mar. 31 101*
47
Mar. 31 50

30

28

2

78** Mar. 15
al02** Mar. 3
90
Mar. 25

43

Sale

4

1

66** Mar. 29

22

Sale

28**

23

Sale
Sale

41**

27

l1

45

♦

3*/

5

55

21** Mar.

Sale

22?*
26**

*

64

5,000 Manila El Ry A Lt 1st 5s
J D
5,000.Mfr tr ctfs, Namm A Son 6s
1943
A O
26,000 Marion Steam Shovel s f g 6s
1947
Q J
58,000 Market Street Ry 1st 7s
Apr 1940
M N
55,000 Mead Corp 6s with warrants.....1945
A O
29,000 Meridional Electric 1st 7s ser A..1957
J
J
4,000,Metropolitan Edison IstAref 5sC.1953
M S
18,000j
1st 0 4 48 series D
1968 A O
72,000 Met Water, Sewer A Drain 5His..1950
F A
3,000.Met West Side Elev (Chicago) 4s. 1938
J D
7,000]Mlag Mill Mach 1st s fg 7s
1956
M 8
67,000 M»dvale St AOrd conv s f 5s
1936
1
D
130,000 Mllw El Ry A Lt 1st A ref 5s ser B 1961
J
J
73,000'
l«t mtge gold 5s
1971
J
J
38,000,Montana Power 1st A ref 5s A...1943 »
D
Deb gold 5s series A
1962
2,000
~
'

Mar. 29

Sale

*

2?*
29**
25**

21

92

3**
on..1942

16|

Sale

84

30

2** Mar.
Mar. 30
Mar. 30

16]

Mar.

108?* 110

Sale

*

57
57

Mar.

Sale

99

Mar. 17

Mar. 29

Sale

50

88

Mar. 16

61

123** 124** 117*1 Mar. 15
102
Mar. 3
108** Sale
Sale
48
Mar. 23
55

Sale

91

Mar. 17

62

85

75

Sale

&

Sale

36

O

A

64*|

90

81

67**

68

103?* Sale

Jan.

87
96
67?*
66**

Mar. 30

36
40

14
31
12
6

95

2

13** Mar.

Mar. 30

20
20

13

105?* Jan.

3

Mar. 15
Mar. 30'
Mar. 2'
Mar. 311

80

75
24

23

16 104** Jan.

Feb. 23

80

20

10

10

"99*1
42

Feb.

84** Jan.

75

85

2** Mar.

85

3

80

Sale

120

63**

D

M N

Sale

77**

35

22

81** Sale
78
83
113** 115
97
97**
104** Sale
45
Sale

A

F

3

Mar.
Mar.

13** Mar.

Mar. 15
Mar. 30
Mar. 2
Mar. 31

57

Sale

36

40

32

MN

57

27

36**

20**

60**

246,O0O,Man»*Hitnn Ry <N Yi
3,000

81**
Sale

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Jan.

84** Mar. 17

1

10?* Mar.
75

60

35

108

Certificates of deposit
con g 4a____1990
Certificates of deposit

26,000

11**
90

89**

100**

Sale

41

10?*

79

Sale
89

100

101

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'43"" Sale

46

10?* Sale

101

72
Mar. 2 75**
Mar. 2 101?*
114** Mar. 2 114**
43
Mar. 31 44
31** Mar. 3 a49

75

97

47

30**

61

3**
87**

A

120** 140

72** Sale
103**
114** 115

62

8a

F

ruzrs
102?*

100

44

Mar.

Mar.

3 100** Mar.
87
Mar.
2
Mar.
30 33
Mar.
20 32
2 43** Mar.
1
62** Mar.

70** Mar. 1 70** Mar.
102)* Mar. 30 104** Mar.

"68"

70** Sale
104**
140"
120

120** 122"

Certificates of deposit

1,000

60

Mar.

55

Sale

55

40

Mar.

32

38

Mar.

18*
30

Sale

Mar.

82

82?*
18** Sale

32

Sale

liS

82** Sale
90** Sale

1954 J
1934 F
1944 F
...1954IF
1964

1st A refunding 5s

75

12**

12

A-..1954;J

Lehigh Valley Coal 5s
1st A ref s f g 5s

*

64** Sale
69
71
105** 108
131** 133
73**
74
103**
112** 118
50**
65
58** Sale

M
A
F
F
1954,J

Lautaro Nitrate Co Ltd 6s..

6,000,Lehigh Coal A Nav 44a ser

Sale

30** Sale
34**

36?*

96

Sale

98** Mar.
96
Mar.
82
Mar.
18** Mar.
29** Jan.
32
Mar.
55
Mar.
68** Feb.
102** Mar.
131** Feb.
72
Mar.
100
Mar.
114** Feb.
43
Mar.
31** Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 16 101

Sale

99**
98**

83

Sale

30**

A..1950
5s...1934
...1953
1960

ser

Coll A ref 5**s series C
Col A ref g 5>*§ ser D

5,000

28

1959,

5s

Laclede Gas L ref A ext 1st

2,000

92

8
O

|

Kreuger A Toll class A

Sale

75

Mar.

80

18
11
11
33** Jan. 12
Feb. 15
85

37

Mar. 31
1
Mar.
Feb. 25
Mar. 2

18
75

10
6
2

15** Jan.
31** Jan.

10?* Feb. 27
18
Mar. 31
20** Feb. 25

80

2

Mar.

75

104**

78

3
13

Feb.

49

2

Jan.

39

Mar.

78

19

Mar.

9
42
39** Jan.
Jan.
52
Mar. 30 62**
Jan.
31
44
24** Mar.
Jan.
o29** Feb. 24 a40**

31** Mar.
29** Mar.

21** Mar. 30
18
Mar. 31
75
Mar.
1

16

43** Jan.

36?* Mar. 21

78

Sale

Sale
** Sale

103 H

3;

23j

58?* Mar.
24** Mar. 31 35** Mar.
Mar.
30
Mar. 15 31
41
Mar.
1 r46** Mar.
11
Mar. 31
14** Mar.
18
Mar. 31 26** Mar.

84**

78

99

102?* 103H

59,000 KaneasCy PwScLt lstg4**»®er B1957
1st M 4**s
1961
289,000
50,000, Kansas Gas A El 1st mtge 4**s__1980
1943
330,000 Karstadt (R) Inc 1st Mtge 6s
1946 M
29,000! Keith Corp (B F) 1st ser g 6s
1942 A
55,000 Kelly-Springfield Tire 6s
Kendall Co 5)*8 with warrants..1948
22,000
1935
11,000 Keystone Telephone 1st 5s
1937
12,000 Kings Co E L A Pow gold 5s
Purchase money 6s
1997
20,000 Kings Co Elevated 1st g 4s.... .1949
1954
11,000 Kings Co Lighting 1st ref 5s..
1st A ref 6**s
1954
1,000
1936]J
5,000 Kinney (G R) Co conv 7**s
1936 J
59,000 Kresge Foundation coll tr 6s

252,000

83
87

82

' i

Mar,

42

Jan.

70

Feb. 28

52

3l|

Mar. 28
Mar. 30

40
52

41**

38**

41

53 H

1948
1944
—1941
Intern Paper con* 5s series A
1947
Refunding 6s series A
....1955
Internat TAT deb g 4**s
1952
Int Merc Marine

42

36?* Mar. 21

40

Int Cement conv deb 5s
Internat Hydro

38?*

441*

37?*

1

Interlake Iron 1st 5s ser B

3

*

62?* Mar.
38
Mar.

Mar. 15

55

*

19?* Feb.

Mar. 22

14

*

■,

Prices.
Feb.
3

I

*

Mar. 25;

18

*

Sale
35

Feb. 28

47

*

Mar. 22

14

23
*

*

10-year 7% notes
1
Certificates of deposit.......
Int Agri

7,000
97,000
334,000

11***

20

15

Prices

Sale

*

■

Sale
59

Sale Prices

58** Mar. 31

3

47** Mar.

Sale

56 **

Prices.

Sale

Ask

Bid

Ask

49** Sale

47?*J3ale

10-year 6% notes
—
Certificates of deposit.......

71.OOP
47,000
11,000

1966
1932

A ret 5s

Bid.

Ask.

Bid.
Interboro R T l»t

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

lowest.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.

KXCHANQK.

Y. STOCK

N.

Value.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

Price

BONDS

Jan.

104** Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

11
14
11
8

60** Jan. 31
13
Jan
8
72
Feb.

105

60

Jan.

12

N. Y. STOCK

April, 1933.]
Sales in

II

BONDS

March.
Value.

12,000 No Amer Cement deb 6H« A.....
169,000 North American Co deb 5a
28,000 North Am Edison deb 5a aer A...
Deb 5H8 ser li__
..Aug 15
41,000

1940 M 8

22

1961 F A
1957 M 8
A

1963 F

Not 15 1969 MN

Deb 5s series c

40.000

51,000 Nor Ohio Tree ft Lt gen ft ref
95,000 North Statea Power 5a A
lat & ref 6a aeries B
58,000

6a, 1947 M 8
1941 A O
O

Northwest Tel eg tat 4 Ha

1941 A
1934 J

89,006

Norwegian Hydro-El Nit 5h*—-

1957 MN

26,000
1,000
3,000
11,000

Ohio Pub Sertlce lat ft ref

1st ft ref 7a series B
Old Ben Coal lat g 6a..

Ontario Power N F lat 5a
Ontario Power Serv 1st

1,000
8,000
102,000

20,000
20,000
286,000
18,000
77,000
26,000

Ask.

Bid.

I

$

D
J

J

J

Guar 3H« coll tr ctfs ser B
1941
Guar g 3Ha tr ctfs aeries C... 1942
Guar g 3Ha tr ctfs series D...1944

106H Sale
86
8754
106 % Sale
10854 Sale

Sale

A

13 54

Sale

68

10

10054 10154 100

95
15
95

10254 Sale
81

Sale

10354
104

it* S7a3leK

^sale

15

Mar. 24

Mar. 20

97

Mar. 25

91

Mar.

70

Mar. 21

Mar.

2

15

Mar.

1 101

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

29

3

Sale

25

Mar.

25

Mar. 17

32

Mar. 31
1

3154 Mar.

Mar. 16
954 Mar. 3
Mar.
2

45 Mar. 24
65 Mar. 22
854 Mar, .2

654 Sale
754 Sale

Mar. 30

IV

O

M S
F A
J D
3
M N
MN

65

71

78 h

12
107

101

7%

Sale

58

70

Mar.
Feb.

Feb. 10
Mar. 29.105
Jan. 16
Mar. 2104
Feb. 20 2354 Jan. 27
Jan. 17
9354 Feb.

95

28(10154

2'10054

91

Mar.

66

Mar. 24 a72

8

Feb.

Jan.
2654 Feb. 27 32
Jan.
O 10654
9954 Mar. 3 J
8854 Jan.
6854 Mar.
101
Mar. 2 1075* Jan.
10854 Jan.
10154 Mar.

12

Jan.
Jan.

26
9
6

Jan.

5

Mar.

2

Jan.

38

104

M S
Registered
D
Phila Company secured gold 5s.1967 J
97.000 Phila Elec Co lat 4H*
..1967 MN
1st & ref g 4s
1971 J D
270,000
J
1973 J
16,000 Phila ft Read C ft I ref 5a
Convertible deb 6a..——.—.1949 M 8
130,000
..1939 3 D
197,000 Phillips Petroleum deb 5 Ha
1943 A O
42,000 Ptllabury Flour Mills 20-yr 6a

mm

.1952 MN
8,000 Pirelli Co (Italy) conv 7s
J
2,000 Pocahontas Con Coll 1st s f 5s.. .1957
.1953 F A
2,000 Port Arthur Canal ft Dock 6s
.1953 F

A

94 h Bale
10454
10954 111

Sale

86
104 h

Sale
Sale

99 h
60

Sale

100
60

J

A

.1937 F

A

.1940 M

8

.1948

J

71
100

99h

36 %

Sale
Sale
33

23h#8ale
104
Sale
103 h 104
100
Sale
76 h Sale

75h

7654
65

59

-----

60
51

6454

30

.1953

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6/
65

35
35
63
101

D

Sale

55

J

.1971 A O

7354 Sale
Sale

102
95 54
36

.1942

.1967
.1970 F

Sale

84 % Sale
11054 Sale
101
Sale

Sale

Portland General Electric 4 H«- ,1960 M S
3
Portland Gen Elec lat 5a
.1935

.1933

85
78% Sale

4454 Sale
7154 Sale
10154 Sale

3
3

4

3

"

6

3iL

5
9

*

25

Feb.

Jan.

Mar.
454 Mar.
654 Jan.
854 Mar.

25

a8

18

Mar. 18

Jan. 19
654 Mar. 15 15
Jan. 23 10654 Feb.
"
3
6
4754 Jan. 26 6854 Jan.
__

105

Mar. 15

55

59

5754

6054 Mar

.

29

78
74

73

67
67

80
5854 Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

99
al9
21

Sale
Sale
9654 Sale
7454 Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar. 29
8254 Mar. 24

80

77

38
Mar. 181
3654
80
80 54 Sale
91
Mar. 16
80
107
111
1 10754
10754 Mar. 20 11054 Mar.
95
95
Sale
95
Mar. 29 10154 Mar. 17

Mar. 2
Mar. 31

38

7154 Sale
99
Sale
9354 Sale
55
Sale
3454 Sale
6754 Sale
95
99

9954

9954 Mar.

41

81
102

99

64

65

52

80
54

53

Mar.

97

-----

60

3554

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

75
3 101

3 10054 Mar. 24
60
Mar. 16
51
Mar. 28

Mar. 16
Mar. 28

60
51

5254 Sale
1954
22
19
Sale

Mar. 16
Mar. 17
Mar. 17

Mar.
1
9654 Mar. 16
5854 Mar. 16

Mar.

9354
54
3454
6754

Mar. 17

42

7154 Mar.

Mar. 17
Mar.

5254 Mar.
9854 Mar.
18
Mar.
19
Mar.

Mar. 23
Mar. 16

*

*

100 h
100 h

83"

Mar. 29
Mar. 2

77

29

*

69
57

80~

85

8054 Sale

10054 Sale
9954
100
Sale
100
9454
9554 9354
69
70
Sale
6754 Sale
6454
55
6154 Sale

Jan.
9
Feb. 27

8254 Jan. 27
8354 Feb.
6

Jan. 27
Mar. 2

90

Feb.

7

46

Feb. 28
Mar. 31

Feb.

14

Jan.

12

25

90
Jan. 12
31 10554 Jan.
4
Jan.
3
29 100
Jan. 20
2 67
Jan.
6
30 49
31 7554 Jan. 13
Feb.
7
3 104

28

Jan.
Jan.

3 10054 Feb. 24
19
27

60

Jan.

19

65

Jan.

19

Jan.

11
3

5254 Mar. 31 7054
9854 Mar. 25 101
18
Mar. 2 33
19
Mar. 31 2854

Mar. 17

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 17
Mar. 16

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 29

Jan.

Jan.

4

Jan.

11

*

*

Mar.

9

9654 Jan.

Mar. 29 10754 Jan.

Mar. 20 114

9954 Mar.

*

Mar.

74

24

7154 Feb.
99
Mar.
9354 Mar.
54
Mar.
3454 Mar.
6754 Mar.
97
Mar.

60
50

78

Jan.
9
Feb. 27

7954 Jan.

7954

82

.1981 A O
.1943 A O
1947 M S

854 Mar.
854 Mar.

654 Mar. 15

102

75

85

74

75

Mar. 18

8

12
15

Feb.

2454 Jan. 12
10154 Feb. 10

954 Feb.
99

*

Jan.

80

79 h

69

a

12

1054

83
74

77%

10

8

»

13
9
14
14

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 2810454 Jan.
Mar. 30,10654 Feb.

J
1354 Sale
754
11
10454

Jan.

Jan.

$

*

2654 Sale

32

UK
97

*.

2

Mar. 24

*

89
87

1
Jan.
28 10754 Jan. 12
5
4
100
Feb. 21
90
90
Feb. 21
6354 Mar. 22 7154 Feb. 14
68

*

2

Mar. 27
2654 Mar.
9954 Mar. 3 10254 Mar. 1
6854 Mar. 31 7654 Mar. 20
1
2 10354 Mar.
101
Mar.
10154 Mar. 3 10454 Mar. 20

9954 Sale
6854 Sale
102
Sale
102
103

Sale
754
10

3154
en
8%

Mar."§i

Mar. 24

1

2854

26

2

Mar. 31

15

Mar.

Sale

26 %

6854

*

10% Sale
100
Sale

Sale

Sinking fund gold 5Hs
88,000
20,000 Purity Bakeries Corp s f g 5a...

Mar. 16

§8*

Mar. 30

95

91
66

97

98

3254

Sale

Mar. 16

7

1054 Feb.
69

70
70

Mar. 29 10054 Mar. 16
Mar.
2
95
Mar.
2

94 54

11

94
Sale

'

14 h

73

10054 Mar. 21

6354 Mar. 22
95

98
19

9354

43

.......

1

9554
90
17
Sale

90
85

10054

80

12,000
15.000 Porto Rlcan Am Tobac conv 6a.
452,000 Postal Teleg ft Cable coll 5a
*
Pressed Steel Car 10-year 5s
140,000 Public Serv E ft G lat ft ref * Ha.
1st ft ret 4H«
59,000
lat ft ref gold 4a
230,000
46,000 Pure Oil Co a f g 5H% notes

1

Mar. 17
Mar. 20

Mar. 17

83
Sale

1st mtge 6a series B

Mar.

9754 Mar.

1254 Mar. 27

Mar. 30 103

..1941 M S

13,000
366,000 Penn Pow ft Lt lat M 4Hs
6,000 Peoples Gas ft Coke lat 6a
32,000
Refunding gold 5a...

Mar. 30

75
75

100

*

28 '
37

78

Mar. 31

101
10254 Sale 100
95
85
100 h
65 54 Sale
6854 Sale

80

40-year guar tr ctfs 4a Ser E..1952
Secured gold 4HS
1963
Penn Dixie Cement lat 6s A

82,666

32

28

D

1949 M 8
1937 M N

Pat he Excb deb 7a with warr

3,000
75,000

8

101

Mar. 30

70
68

6954
6754
9654

Mar.

*

6854
Sale
Sale

3i

11

69
70

Mar.

91

64

Sale Prices.

Mar. 28 101

*

10054
24

Highest.

Sale Prices.

97

12

10154 10254

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

9854 Sale

25

1944 A

Pennsylvania Co—
Guar 3H* coll tr reg ctfs ser A.1937

100h Sale

77 h
Sale
70% Sale
9754 Sale
99
Sale

100

A
j
N
S
8
J

Certificates of deposit......
5,000
1951 J
43,000 Paramount B'way lat 5Ha
1947 J
118.000 Paramount-Fnmous-Lasky 6a
F
1950
222.000 Paramount Pabllx Corp 5H*
Certificates of deposit
1,000
Park-Lexington leasehold 6M*-.1953 J

26,565

99
Sale

67 %

70

Highest.

Sale Prices.

13
Sale
Sale

71

72

16

1952 M N
1940 J D

Certificates of deposit.....
2,000
4,000 Parmelee Trans conv deb 6s
Pateraon ft Passaic G ft E 5s

10554 10654

12

Sale

Lowest.

Ask

Bid.

7354

99

Pacific G & £ gen & ret 5a aer A.. 1942
M
Pacific Pub Serv 5% g notes
1936
Pacific Tel ft Tel lat 5a
1937 J

Pan-Am Petr (Cal) 1st g 6s

105

103

March31.

12 h

1054

A

M
Oslo Gas & Elec extl a f g 5s
1963 M
Otis Steel sec g 6a series A
1941 M
Owens-Illinois Glass a f 5a—...1939 J

*

7754 Sale
10254 Sale

Ask

73

A

5hs—-.1950 j

30-year 5a series A

80
Sale

Bid.

98
95

O

Ontario Transmission lat 5a..—1945

..1946

30
Sale

77
80 h

92

7H«--1946 A
1947 F
-.1944 F
1943 F

Pacific Coaat Co lat g 5s__

March I.

1933.

Htt.

BANOE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

Price
Jan. 3

it

n. t. stock exchange.

29

EXCHANGE-BONDS

9954 Mar. 2 10554 Jan.
Feb. 27 10554 Jan.
Jan.
9354 Mar. 3 100"
Jan.
69
Mar.24 79
6454 Mar. 24 7754 Jan.
Jan.
55
Mar. 3
67

100

9

12
5
9

4

10

Radlo-Kelth-Orpheum part paid ctfs

1,000
28,000
142,000
5,000
17,000
14,000
268,000
42,000
65,000
290,000
339,000
382,000

for deb 6a ft com atk 65% pd..l937
Debenture gold 6s..
....1941
Remington Arms 1st s f 6s
1937
Rem Rand 5%s A with warr..... 1947
Republic Iron ft Steel s f 5a
1940
Ref ft gen 5 Ha A
1953
Revere Copper ft Brass 6s A
1948
Rbelnelbe Union s f g 7s..
1946
Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv 6s

Rhine-West Elec Power 7s..

MN
D

MN

Sale
4554 Sale

A

75

O
J

M 8
J

J
1953
...1950 MN

A

O

Cons mtge 6s with warrants...1955
Richfield
OH of Calif 6s
1944 MN
MN
Certificates of deposit—

Roch ft Pitts Cft I pur money

5s.l946

17

MN

Direct mortgage gold 6s...
1952 MN
Cons mtge 6a
.............1953 F A

50,000
1955
19,000 Rlma Steel s f 7s.
60,000 Rochester Gas ft El 5H* Hf G...1948
Gen Mtge 4 H> aeries D.
—.1977
63", 006 Gen mtge 5s aeries E
....1962

105
15
62 54

F

A

M S

79

36 h
57

58
68
5854 Sale
54 54 Sale

Sale

A

O

59 54

Sale

MN

94

Sale

MN

85h

♦

10,000
276,000
36,000
24,000
122,000
337,000
192,000
159,000
132,000
10,000
55,000
202,000
j 41,000
97,000
626,000
319,000
*

7s

Debenture s f 6H«

MN

28
36

A

1942 A O
Skelly OU deb a f 5Hs
..1939 M 8
Smith (A O) Corp lat 6 Ha—.—1933 MN
M
Solvay Am Invest sec g 5s A..—1942

5s

1941 J

1954 F
Southern Colorado Power 1st g 6s *47 J
Southw Bell Telep lat ft ref 5a
Stand Oil (N J) deb g

rOash sale,




a

5s..Dec 15 1946 F
1951 3

Deferred delivery.

39

83h Sale

72

Sale

a66

37 %

35
90 %
76

98 %

Sale

95
Sale
10354 10354
6654 Sale
101
10154
88 54 Sale
106 54 Sale
107 h Sale

7(54

104 h Sale

9754
D
D

JBale

4454 Sale
107
♦

Mar.

4654 Mar.

5654
3954
3754
3754

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

62

30

53

*

Sale
Sale

6754 Sale
31

Sale

97

Look und

80
a68
99

4454
3454
90H
8854
101

Sale

8854 Sale
Sale
90

49
85

6654

51
80

75
20
21
21
28

l\Vl
35

5

7354 Sav
70
Sale
6854
7554
„

37

865?

105

Sale

63

98

10054 Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
110

Sale
Sale
Sale

33
96
93

6254 Sale
9854
9954
8954
93

2

53
62

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

6654 Jan.
5754 Jan.
77

11
25

Feb. 10
Jan.
5;

Jan.

10
16
11
12

13
11
11
11

31

7054 Jan.
7054 Jan.

31

70

Jan.

1954 Mar. 21
3754 Feb. 27

29
41

Jan. 23
Mar 23

*

if

101

Mar. 16 107

Jan.

6

9954 Feb. 20 995
97
Mar. 31 106

Feb.

10

Mar. 3110154 Mar. 16

Jan.

27

83

Mar.

83

Mar. 15

Jan.

Mar. 30
3

Jan.

8854 Mar.
5154 Mar.

4654 Mar.
81

Mar.

33
51
51
78

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

87
22
24
24

16
22
29
39
18
35
1754 Mar. 29
69
Mar. 3
Mar. 22
6$54 Mar. 3
29

Mar.

33
51
51
78
35
45
35

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

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Mar.

Jan.

33

Jan.

12

24

42

24

51
78
25

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Mar. 24

1

100

73

69
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65
103

9354 Sale

105

Mar. 16

1
953
Mar, 15 103
64

99
92

2

Mar. 16
Mar. 21

Mar. 17
Mar. 23
Mar. 2
Mar. 16
Mar. 16

Mar. 17
Mar. 24
Mar.
1
Mar. 20

10454 Mar. 15

3 106
Mar. 17
64
Mar, 22 7154 Mar. 3
1 104
Mar. 23
102
Mar,
9354 Mar, 31 9754 Mar. 16

109

108

Bon ds

on

3454 Mar. 15

Mar. 24 108

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Mar. 24

Mar. 16

5

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45

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3

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36

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Jan.

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65
63 54 Mar. 3
28

Feb.

85
83

83H Jan*

24 r3954

*

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*

8454 Mar. 30

Jan.

63
94

Jar*

30
12

Jan.

5

95
Mar. 30 8254
Mar. 29 102
3754 Mar. 31 5954
33
Mar. 29 4254
9054 Mar. 1 100

8854 Mar.

1

Jan* 12
Jan. 10
Jan.

*

2054 Mar. 31
108

16

9754 Jan. 12
20

Mar. 15 10354 Jar.
Jan.
5954 Mar. 15 70
Feb.
97
Mar. 3 101
87
Mar. 15 9254 Feb.
100
Feb. 28 107
Jan.
Mar.
3 10754 Jan.
100
Mar. 22
64
81
Jan.
Feb. 27 105
101
Jan.
Jan,
9354 Mar. 31 100

100

*

2054 Mar. 31

Jan.

39
28

*

3
Mar.
Mar, 15

*

2054 Sale

list of Ma tured

29

r3954 Mar. 21

5954 Mar, 15
97
87

16
24

12
11
3
Jan. 11
Jan. 12
Mar. 24
Jan.
3
Feb.
3
Mar. 24
Mar. 29
Feb. 28
Jan.
3
Jan. 10
Jan.
3
Jan.

6

22

18
1754 Mar. 29
7654 Mar. 17
7354 Mar. 17

Mar. 30
89
Mar. 30 7054
Mar. 29 10054
37% Mar. 31 45
33
Mar. 29 3454
1
9854

102
Sale
10054 Mar,
Mar,
10254 Sale/ 100

*

er

30
31

30

19
66
58
83

97

3954

Sale

9454 Sale
32

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

88

4954

"3754 Sale

10354 Sale
70
103

31

40

96

20

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8754 Sale
102

2

Mar
Mar

*

*

89
Sale
9954

6154 Sale
99

Mar

5654
3954
3754
3754

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

55
54

Mar

52
34

Mar.

23
2154 Sale
1954 Mar.
37
Mar.
9454 39
102
Sale
101
Mar. 16 102

♦

Sale
Sale

99
100
50
58
36 54 Sale

Stevens Hotel 1st 6s oerles A.... 1945

574,000 Studebaker Corp 6% gold notes. 1942 J
1,000 Syracuse Lighting Co 1st g 5s
1951 J

85

30

40

.7554

Stand OU (N T) deb 4Ha

51

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

59
69

7854

*

Sinclair Cons Oil 1st lien 7a..... 1937 M 8
lat lien coll 6 Ha series B
1938 J D

South Bell T ft T lat a f 5s...

40

45
45

1954

8354 Sale

1935 J
1951 M S

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

58

45

58

o8454 Sale
5154
8454
86
76
91

65

83

SUealan-Am Corp coll tr g 7s...1941 F

9954 Sale

35

A O
D

3754 39
10054 103

30
Sale

MN

Sierra ft San Fran Power 1st 5s.. 1949 F A
Sileala-Elec Corp gold 6H*
..1946 FA

Sinclair Pipe Line 20-year

85
3354

25

Shubert Theatre deb 6s.........1942
Siemens ft Halake sec s f g

35
59
Sale

55

...1952 J

77,000 Shlnyetsu El Pow 1st 6H*

95

33

80h

A

30
52
34'
40

4
854 Feb.
Feb. 24
Mar, 31
55
Mar 25

854 Mar.
6454 Mar.
5354 Mar.
55
Mar.
37
Mar.
57
Mar.

Mar.

*

22

.....

58

88 h Sale

F

Sale
Sale

5954
36 54 Sale
30
3954
5654 Sale
3954 Sale
405i Sale
37 54 Sale

854 Mar.
Mar.

58
45
55

92

Sale

O

A O

Sale
69
Sale

*

26

MN

3

Sale
6654

44

*

104

J

Sale

48
48

59 h Sale
24
38

-

l

W
Sale

5254 Sale

Royal Dutch deb 4s with warr—1945 A

172,000
1948
19,000 Ruhr Chemical 6s
15,000 St Joseph Lead deb 5H*—.....1941
St Joseph Ry L H ft P 1st 5s
1937
10.666 St L Rky M ft Pac 5s stmpd
1955
1937
3,000 St Paul City Ry Cable 5s...
Guaranteed 5s...............1937
1,000
1952
1,000 San Antonio Public Serv 6s
1946
95,000 Schulco Co guar 6 Ha
Stamped (July 1933 coupon on)
2,000
Guar sinking fund 6Hs B
1946
2,000
1948
2,000 Sharon Steel Hoop a f 5H«—•
1952
148,000 Shell Pipe Line a f deb 5s
1947
88,000 Shell Union OH a f deb 5s
Deb 5s with warrants
.....1949
144,000

45

Sale

105 h
97

8

85„
6454 Sale

Sale

1

a58 '

M S

Sale
Sale

Sale

70
60

M

12

10

63
48
45
33
55
46

*

4454 Jan.
Feb.
Mar. 24 110

6
10

15
4
3
11
5

13

30

EXCHANGE-BONDS

N. Y. STOCK
to

Sales in

c

1951 j

303,000
23,000
316,000

J

1944

Ask.

Bid

99% 101%

100

55
97

1947
1944

41.%

2022 MN
deb 6%s
48,000 Toho Blec Power (Ltd) 7s ser A— 1955
Tobacco Prod Corp

Tokyo Eloctrlc Light (Ltd)
295,000
tat M 6* % Series....—June 15 1953 i D
3,000 Trenton Gas Ac Elec 1st 5*
1949 U tt
...

1943 MN
1940 MN

I
imp A rel 5a_ 1962

J

D

542,000
Debenture gold 5a
167,000 Vanadium Corp (Am)
Vertlentes

14,000

2,000

conv

Sugar

44,000 Va Elec & Pow

1st

a

O

A

..1941 M

1939

1956 J

1944
250,000 Western Electric deb 5a.
1938
47,000 Western Union coll tr 5s
Fund & real est 4H* gold...V. 1950
25,000
147,000
15-year 6 Ha gold
1936
Gold 5s
1951
257,000
Gold 5a
1960
259,000
325,000 Westphalia Un El Pow 6s
1953
9,000 Wheeling Steel Corp 1st 5%s A—1948
1st and ref 4 Ha series B
41,000
1953
White Eagle Oil & Ref deb 5 Hs—1937
With warrants
18,000
White Sewing Mach deb 6s w w_. 1936
Partlc

3,000

a

1

50

Mar. 31

Sale

39%

Sale

Sale

99

Sale

18

Sale

45%

15

102

"

101%

55
20

24

31%
72

25

20

Sale

82

36

Feb.

a57
93

89

30

Feb.

3

90

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

Jan.

26

Feb.

1
27

52% Jan.

23 r40% Mar. 28

Feb.

2 106% Feb. 27

102% Mar.
19

Jan.

102

■20% Feb.

Mar. 29

39% Mar.

37

38

Sale

18%
a42%

3

24

55

8
31

Feb.
Jan.

15

34

103%
102%
104%
103%

38% Mar. 29
97

Mar, 31
Mar.
1

75

22% Mar. 28

19% Feb.
29% Mar.

47%
47%
47%
97%

Mar. 20
Mar. 22
Mar. 21
Mar. 31

Mar.

89

Jan.

70

Jan.

22% Mar. 28
60% Jan
12
Jan
12

Feb.

88

33% Mar.
38

33

41

Mar.

Mar.
2
Mar. 31

Mar. 27
Mar. 22
Mar. 17

56
60
105

Mar.

Mar. 17 105

105

I65" r
16% Mar. 28

23% Mar. 16
20% Mar. 16
46% Mar. 16

Mar. 31

5% Mar. 31
10% Mar. 15

2% Mar.
10% Mar.
99

103

Mar.

97% Mar.

3

Mar. 30

166% Mar." 16

9

11%
10% Sale
14% Sale
12

13

12
14

16
Sale

105

Sale

14

16

Mar.

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

16
16

Mar.

18

Mar. 28
Mar. 23

Mar. 31
105
37% Mar. 17
102% Mar. 27

102% Mar.

Sale
30
32% Sale
106% 100% 102% 102%
109% 100% 105% 103
104% 103% Sale
100%
Sale
102% 104% 102
Sale
Sale
101
99%

Mar. 15

15

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 18
104% Mar. 27
104% Mar. 1

Mar.

103% Mar.

107

Mar.

Mar.

1

12
11

Mar.

74
105

1% Jan. 13
10% Mar. 15
Mar.

3

48% Feb.
97% Mar.

2

99

8% Mar. 31
12

Jan.

30

14% Mar. 3
14% Mar. 21
14

Mar. 31

Jan.

23

31

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

30
5
9

23% Jan.

4
5
9

14

50

20
25
22

Mar.

Feb.

2

16

102% Mar. 27 106
103
Mar. 30 110%
100% Mar. 3 108
102
Mar. 24 109%
3 107

99% Mar.

Jan.

Jan.

27% Jan.

1 106
2
45

102% Mar.
30

5% Mar. 31

105% Jan.

3 103
9
11

Jan.

Jan.

10
16
10
7

Jan.

Jan.

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

3

Feb.

7
16

Feb.

87

Sale

87

Mar.

96

Mar. 17

87

53

Sale

53

Mar.

69

Mar. 15

53

46% Mar.

Mar. 17

46% Feb. 28

62

Jan.

Mar.

50
66

Mar. 21

55

2

72

Jan.

38% Sale
37% Sale

36% Mar.

r52

Mar. 16

36% Mar. 31

37

Mar.

49% Mar. 17

37

Mar. 31

59

32

30

Mar.

43

Mar. 15

57

Mar.

Mar. 31
Feb. 25

47

Sale

58% Mar. 27
47% Mar. 27

30
52

Sale

39

Sale

38%

55

12

12
Mar. 17
Mar,
107
Feb.
108% Jan. 18
16% Mar.
34% Jan. 12
14
Mar. 31
Jan. 12
30
40
Mar. 31
48% Jan. 11

11

8%
13%
14%
14%

12
28

66% Jan.
72% Jan.

93% Jan.

Mar.3l ~52% Mar."23

12

60% Jan.
60
Jan.
59% Jan.
97% Feb.

Feb.
Mar.

56

16% Sale

11
16
9
16
20
11

Jan.

100

60

64

Jan.

95% Mar.
Mar.

il"

66

18
5
3

Feb.

105% Jan.
100% Jan.

43

Mar. 23

Jan.

18

Sale

Mar. 31

40

Sale

103

"33% Mar."31

102

105

Jan.

Mar. 16
Mar. 15

37

Jan.

104% Jan.

99% Feb.
98% Mar.

75

14

46%
46%
56% Sale

Sale

8

27

18
30

50

Sale
102%
42% Sale

68%
73%
55% Sale
54%
59

50

22% Mar. 28
29% Mar. 3

33

Feb.

60% Mar. 17

40

Sale

61

98

Sale

Sale

J

80

Mar.

Sale

93

O

Mar.

95% Mar.

14

65

49

24

75
43

40

Sale
Sale

J

.

99% Mar. 27

Sale

17
Sale

Mar

Mar.

Sale

99% Sale

F

103""

99

63

62% Jan.

Sale

103

14

Mar. 17
Mar. 31

Feb.

Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Sale

103
Sale

13
14%
14% Sale
14%
15%
16
12%
103

102

102

55

55%
37%
100%
96%
100%

§7%
62

12

Sale

61
Mar.
1
47% Mar. 31
100% Mar. 3

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

"47""

4m
5% Sale
10%
14%
9%
14%
101
Sale
99% Sale
45
47%
99% Sale
98% "99%

18%
19%
20% 39
36
16%
26% Sale

106%

70
34

15

111

25

35% Sale

33% Sale
97% Sale
19%

103%

57
Sale

108

97
Sale

Sale

20

57%
38%
100%
96%
100%

18

99%
87%

Sale

103
Sale

58

D

95%
45%

5
19%
50 \ Sale
57% Sale
63% Sale

PM

63%~Mar.""i

"59% Mar".

104"" 166"" Mar.'

97

Sale

"23%

78

98%
59%

35

Sale

67

M S

Mar.

10%

82
Sale

36%

Sale

Sale

Sale

36%

90%

"56""

Sale
60

103

Sale

108

A

r40% Mar. 28
106% Mar.
1
22
Mar.
2
43
Mar. 30

Mar.

19

39% Mar.

Sale

Sale

J

M

61

Sale

97%

105% Sale
D

"22%

40

76

109

O

A

41%

33

37
57

42%

44%
Sale

Sale

57

Sale

55

41% Mar.

2 101% Mar.

101% Mar.

33

40

23

30

23

30

23 """Mar ."23

23

—..1940 MN

33

35

20

29

23

30

22% Mar. 18

6

1% Mar. 15

2

33

Jan.
Mar. 30 102
Mar. 29
70% Jan.

Mar.

1

41% Mar.

101% Mar.

31
14

12
4

57% Jan.

6

Jan.

12

57% Jan.
63% Jan.
55% Jan.

12
9

6

2 103% Jan.

11

31

Feb.

18

37

Feb.

23

Mar. 23

37

Jan.

22% Mar. 18

22% Mar. 18

37

Jan.

6
27
27

1% Mar. 15

1% Mar. 15

1% Jan.

13

% Feb.
1
35% Feb. 28

13
19
14
12
12

Mar. 23

1935
J

1%

6

1%

MN

......

1%

3

1

f

.1%

.Jim 1935

Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank

11,000 Willys-Overland lat a f g 6%s.
1933 M S
1941 A O
123,000 Wilson & Co 1st s f 6s series A
194,000 Youngstown Sheet Ac Tu lat 5a A 1978 A O
J
lat M 5s series B
65,000
1970
a

41% Mar.

J

Bank

Wick wire Spen Steel Co 7a

Cast sale,

Sale

.J

f deb 6s

Ctfs dep Chase Nat

r

50

38%
"47%
100% 101% 100% 101
99
Sale
97% Sale

Sale

M N

warrants

Wlckwlre-Spencer Steel 1st 7a

2,000

98

Sale

45
37%
105% Sale

I

1963 M

...

secured 5* aeries G

Without

3

97%

96%
65%

105

Westchester Light gold 5s
1950 J
West Penn Pow lat 5s series A...1946 M

~i",666

Mar.

99

12

1939 M
1941 J

Wash Wat Pow 1st 30-yr 5a

1st

89

102

102%

warrants

Warner-Quinlan deb 6a..
Warner 8ugar Ref 1st 7a
Wan en Bros Co deb 6a

lat 5s series E

Sale

Sale

50

Warner Go 1st 6s with warrants.1944 A
Without

96%

38%

1% : 2%
14
9%
103% 103%

deb 6sl939 M S

41

Sale

Mar.
1
Mar. 25

102% Mar.

45% Feb.

83

20% Mar. 2
83
Mar. 22

21

Mar.

10
11
3

89

36

24

conv

3

100% Jan.

Mar. 1
Mar. 18
Mar. 16
Mar. 25

Sale

Sale

24% Sale

.1945 A O

f 6a series A

Warner Bros Pictures

Mar.

14

78% Mar.
77% Mar.

86%
85%
40%
24%

Sale

39

99

Without warrants

93,000
130,000
7,000
7,000
18,000
25,000
48,000
2,000
13,000
62,000
24,000
40,000

3
3

50

33

18

o43% Sale

Virginia Ry Ac Pow 1st 5a
1934
Walworth Co 6 Ha ser A (with war) '85

78% Mar.
77% Mar.

13

Jan.

Mar. 20

Sale

Sale

28

1942
1949

5%s—

Va Iron Coal Ac Coke 1st g 5s

114",666

106

Sale

102%

...—1953

f 5s

a

conv

Sale

108

Certificates of deposit
Victor Fuel lat

Sale
Sale

Highest.
Sal* Prices

a9S% Mar. 29 104% Jan.

51

87

106%

Sale

1957 J
*47 I
1959
5a—.1941
:
1942

Mar. 22

50

22

61
Sale

55

—

59

1

Mar.

100% a98% Mar. 29 100

Sale

63

55%
55%
42 %
101 %
103%
104%
15 %

64%

Utilities Pow Ac Ltg deb g 5 Ha.

Louts i.

Sale Prices

10

5

U riversal Pipe Ac Rad deb 6s
1936
88,666 Unterelbe Power & Ltg 6s
1953
26,000 Utah Light Ac Trac lat A ref 5a..lQ44
105,000 Utah Power A Light lat 5a—...1944
1,000 Uttca Blec Lt Ac Pr lat a f g 5a
1950

Highest.
Sale Prices.

41% Sale

56 % Sale
56% Sale
93 M Sale

.

5a..

82%
81%

87%

J J
J J
M N

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

95

Sale

1945 ;

.

Utlca G Ac El ref Ac ext

36

50

Ask.

89

52

104%
i
22%
30
51 % Sale

98

55

86% Sale
a81% Sale
37% Sale
21% Sale

89
Sale

46

Sale

35/

100 % 100%

1942 MN
1953 M 8

10,000 United Rya St L 1st g 4a
.1934
452,000 U S Rubber 1st Ac ref 5s series A—1947
United Steamship 15-yr 6a...—1937
407",666 United Steel Wks g 6 4a ser A...1951
80,000
6
series C
1951
219,000
Sinking fund deb 6H* ««r A. . 1947
50,000 United Stl Wka(Burbach) a fg 7s 1951

98",000

Sale

87
98

104

1945 A
Union Elev Ry Chic 1st 5a
Union Oil Cat 30-yr 4a ser a May 1942 F
1935 4

70,000
First Hen a f 5a ser C ...Feb 1
51,000
Deb 5a with warrant
Apr
31,000 United Biscuit (Amer) deb 4a
303,000 United Drug Co (Del) 5a

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

MARCH.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

J

Twenty-third St Ry
33.665 Tyrol Hydro-Elec Power
1955
7,000
1952 V A
Guar tec a f 7s
104,000 Ujtgawa Elec Power 7a .
1945 vl S
—
5,000 Union ElLt & Pow (Mo) 5s—-— 1933 M N
338,000
1957 A O
Gen Mtge gold 5s
7,000 Union Elec L Ac P (HI) 1st 5%s
1954 J

52.666

43%

23

—

13,000 Truax-Traei Coal cont
15,000 Trumbull Steel 1st a t os

59
Sale
Sale

92

1960

Adju tment Income 5a.—Jen 1^40
1937
Third Ave RR 1st Hold 5a

March 1.

1933.
Bid.

45,000 Tenn Coal Iron 6l RR gen 5s
Tenn Copper dt Chem—
4,000
Conv deb 6s aeries B
120,000 Tenn Elec Power 1st Ac ret 4a....
552,000 Texas Corp conv deb 5s...
203,000 Third Ave 1st ref la.......

IN

Jan. 3

«

•5®.

S. STOCK gXCHANOK

N.

PRICES

Price

Si

BONDS

March.
Value.

-

2%
45

1

6

61

Sale

35%

36

Sale

35% Mar.

2

90

Sale
Sale

88

Sale

90

Sale

84

Mar.

3

Mar. 29
90% Mar. 27

55

Sale

57

Sale

54% Mar.

3

59

55

57

Sale

55

Mar.

2

58% Mar. 23

52

52% Sale

54%

37

Mar. 16

84

Mar.

3

1% Jan.
79% Jan.
93% Jan.

52

Jan.

3

61

Jan.

52% Jan.

3

62

Jan.

Deferred delivery.

MATURED BONDS
(Negotiability Impaired by Maturity)

Sales in
March.

N.

Value.

Y.

STOCK

EXCHANGE.

f!
jS

<u

Price

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

Jan. 3

1933.

Bid.

March 1.

Ask.

Bid.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Ask

FOREIGN GOV'T & MUNICIPAL'S

2,000 Mexico Treas
Small
1,000

6s '13 assent large..1933 J

J

3%
3%

3

Sale
Sale

5%

3%

5%

4% Mar. 17
3% Mar. 15

4% Mar. 17
3% Mar. 15

3% Jan.
3
3% Mar. 15

6% Feb. 23
6

Feb.

23

RAILROADS
Bait & Ohio

187,000
28,000

conv

1933 M

4%s__

Stpd (10% part redempt)
10,000 Norfolk South 1st & ref 5s A
Seaboard Air Line 1st g 4s
Gold 4s stamped..,

"4",660
30,000

Refunding 4s

.

._t

M

1961 F

S
S
A

1950 A O
1950 A O
-

1959

A

O

68% Sale
63% Sale
2%
3
6%
23

"2" "2%

69%
62%
3%
5%
5%
1%

Sale
Sale
Sale
23
8

2%

70

Sale

65%
3%

71
4%

22

67

Mar. 15

62% Mar.

70% Mar. 29

67

Jan.

3

66

61

Jan.

19

Jan.

18

Mar. 16

23

5%

8

2

3

3

1

Mar. 16

5% Mar. 20
2% Mar. 29

3% Mar.

1

5% Mar. 20
3

Mar. 15

2%
1%
5%
1%

Feb.
2
Mar. 20
Feb.
6

77%
68%
4%
2%
7%
3

Feb. 11
Feb. 10
Feb.
7
Feb.
2
Jan. 16
Jan.

6

16% Jan.

25

Jan.

19

INDUSTRIALS

59,000 Abltibl Pow & Paper 1st 5s.Chicago Rys 1st 5s stamped

20,000
131,000
14,000
39,000
33,000
'

'

i

238",660

!

Sept 1 1932 20% part paid
Cuban Cane Products deb 6s

1953 J

D

13% Sale

14% Sale

11%

Sale

11% Mar. 31

16% Mar. 17

F

A

50%

.....

50

50

Sale

49

Mar.

52

1950 J

J

J

\y<

East Cuba Sugar 15-yr a f g 7%s—1937 M S
Fisk Rubber 1st sinking fund—.1941 M S

Gen Theatres Equip deb 6a
Gould Coupler 1st 15-yr s f 6s
Interboro Rapid Transit 6s.

1940 A O
1940 F A
1932 A O

213,000

10-year conv 7% notes
1932 M S
Manati Sugar 1st s f 7%s
1942 A O
A O
Stamped (Oct 1931 coupon on).
34", 000
6,000 Ontario Power Serv 1st 5%s
1
1950 J
42,000 Pan-Am Pet Go (of Cal) conv 6s.. 1940 J D

9,000
63,000
10,000
9,000
r

50*
6

16

28

70
Sale

57%

Sale

25

Sale

Pressed Steel Car 10-year 5s.....1933 J
J
Richfield Oil of Calif 6s
1944 MN
Shubert Theatre deb 6s...
Stevens Hotel 1st 6s series A..

%
12%

0«flh sale

a deferred




delivery.

.1942 J D
1945 J

J

1% Sale
3k
5

53*
Sale
19

57% Sale
3%
5
2%
10
68

57%

1%
16

52

ik
2
5%
9%
12% Sale
54

Sale

5

9

3% Sale
67%
73%
25%
39%
42
22% Sale
„

12

%

1

13

2%

Sale

1

Mar.

2
2

5

Sale

3k Mar.

3

53%
7

20%
63%

Mar.

2% Mar.
5% Mar.
55% Mar.

55%
1%
7%
Sale
Sale

48

Mar. 21

1

Mar. 30

12% Mar.""i
51% Mar. 2

22

Sale

3%
66%
26%
38%
21%
%
10%

7
Mar.
69% Mar.
32% Mar.
39% Mar.
23% Mar.
%Mar.

73%

31"

Sale

42
38%
22% Sale
%
k
10% Sale

Mar.

% Jan.
2% Feb.
45

Feb.

2

16
3

Mar.

28

Mar.

63% Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar. 15
Mar. 31

13

Mar.

1

Mar. 30

6

2

6
7

11% Mar. 31
49

Jan.
Feb.

12

3

27
51% Mar. 2
5
Feb.
2
2

Jan.

19

66% Mar. 2
25% Feb. 27
38% Mar. 3
21

Feb.

24

% Feb. 17
10% Mar. 31

57%
2%
5%
55%
2%
10%

Mar. 31

Mar. 16
Mar. 28
Jan.
Feb.

11
8

22

Mar. 31

71

Jan.

16

6

Feb.

29

7

Mar. 31

71%
38%
57%
29%
1%
16

Jan.

12

Jan.

25

Jan.

3

Jan.

19

Jan.
Jan.

10

25

York Stock

New

RECORD

AND YEARLY

MONTHLY

MARCH 1933.

RANGE OF STOCK PRICES DURING
Stock Sales.

March

20,096,557

a

33,031,499
99,110,149

Jan. 1 to March 31_

rule of the Stock Exchange, effective Oct.

lots, except in the case of stocks which sell only in

764,520,950

Prices are on basis of 100-share

3 1915, all stocks are now quoted dollars per share.

Option sales are disregarded.

small way.

a

1932.

$250,900,700

686,626,500

March

58,129,049

.Shares

,

Jan. 1 to March 31
In accordance with

1932.

1933.

1933.

$192,056,200

Bond Sales.

NOTE.—Owing to the banking holidays or moratoria, the New York Stock Exchange was closed
beginning with Saturday, March 4, and was not reopened until the morning of Wednesday, March 15.

AGGREGATE SALES.,

PRICES IN

Since

Jan. 3

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.
8c

70
.

«*

■

—

6,100
1,600

5,000 Bangor 8c Aroostook
50
460
Preferred..............100

21

500

93,900

&

20 Beech Creek RR..

67 3*
40 H

400

Preferred

173*
8H Sale
113*

201,600

72 H

33*

4

40
8

142*
303*

100

Sale
46

800

7,600

503*

100

Chic Indtanap 8c Louisv

"

7", 300

18,766

16,100

46,400

45,300
1,500
2,900
3,500
2,000
20

2*
1

50

110 Cleveland

Pittsburgh—50

8i

100

"300

290

1,565

110

110

300

'56X

900 Consolld RR of Cuba pref. 100
440 Cuba RR pref
100

120

154,700
136,200
100

1st
2d

100

preferred

preferred...

""166

Delaware
Del

Lack

Hudson.....100

A

4

2,700

1,300

48,800

13,000
14,400
4,700

61,600
300

100

Elec.

3

*

Ry

100

Preferred

100
-100

Preferred

410

RR

stock ctfa

165,600 Interboro Rap Tran

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Prices

Salt

100

Mar.

3

26

Sale

21

83

803* Mar. 27

65

Mar

31

.

843* Mar.

1

26

7

Sale

Sale

834

Sale

66

33*
333*

20

8

Prices.

Sale

43*

223* Mar.

2

Mar.

2

64

303* Mar. 25
803* Mar. 27

255*
3*

60
Sale

50
40

273*

Sale
2

¥■

%

1

H

443*
13*
33*
13*
13*

75

443*
15*

Sale

13*
13*
154

Sale
Sale

35*
55*

Sale
83*

3

Sale
5
20

40

Mar.

1

12

Mar. 15

7

a75* Mar. 30

10

Mar. 16

25

1

15

14

17

1

143*

10

40

Sale^
Sale

8

30

IX

3*
13*
14 3*
21

4
53*
1
4

15
24%

11% Sale
18

22

30

322*

73*

13*
23*
3*
13*

13*
Sale

25

Sale

Mar.

48

Mar. 15

1

305* Mar. 20

"13* Mar." 17

13* Mar.
35* Mar.

1

Mar. 15

1

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

13* Mar.
154 Mar.

Mar. 16

28

Mar. 31

55
48

Jan. 31
Feb. 17

245* Feb. 28
13* Feb. 10
5* Feb. 27

Jan.

11

10

134 Feb. 27
13* Feb. 28

25* Jan.
33* Jan.

11

Feb.

Mar. 31

53* Mar. 16

3

53*
23*
45*
33*
23*

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar
Mar.

8

Mar. 16

5

Mar. 16

53* Feb.
23* Mar.
45* Mar.
3 3* Mar.

.

30
30
31
31
30

Mar. 17

73*
63*
23*
60

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

16
16
30
17

10

Jan.

60

Feb.

27
30
31
31
19
20

153* Feb. 24

153* Mar.
163* Mar.

153* Mar.
143* Mar.

2

24

14

Jan.

10

Mar.

Mar.

17

2

13* Feb. 24
23* Jan.
6

Sale

49

Mar.
175* Mar.

583* Mar.

20

Sale
Sale

39

Sale

245* Mar.

375* Feb. 25
173* Feb. 25

—

-

354

10

43*

2

1

3

Mar.

3

Mar.

5

2

Mar. 23

5

Mar. 23

1

4

45*
23*

5*
3*
43*
Sale

45*

154
23*
3*
13*

2

5
1
4

Sale
Sale

Sale
20
40

6

8

Sale

Mar. 23

Feb.
6

62

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

11

Jan.

63*
934
55*
83*
73*
33*

31

153* Feb.
193* Feb.
Mar.
23* Mar.
454 Mar.

10

5834 Jan.
275* Jan.
3
Feb.

11
11
11

11
4

20
10
2

31
25
11

11
14

25

45* Mar. 31

75* Mar.
43* Mar.

Mar.

3

14

Feb.

3

7

Mar.

105* Mar.

Mar.

10

10

Mar.

28

Mar. 30

154 Mar. 31
23* Mar. 31

154 Mar.
53* Mar.

15* Mar.
23* Mar.

Feb.

7
463* Feb.
654 Feb. 27

Mar. 23

5

23

Feb.

Mar.

10

73* Sale
11

30

28

5* Mar.

5* Mar.
43* Mar.
45* Mar.

30

Sale

Feb.

9

3

3*
3*

45

11

85* Jan.

23* Mar.
454 Mar.

—

10

3

Mar.

—

9

303* Feb.
13* Feb.
134 Jan.

13* Feb. 23
35* Feb. 21

3

5* Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

3*
63*
754
53*
50

Jan.

23
9
11
11
n
11

115* Jan. 11
10
Mar. 30
2

Jan.

6

53* Mar. 17

1

43*

13* Mar. 27
113* Mar. 31

13* Mar. 27
1354 Mar. 20

33

5

Feb.

40

4

Sale

8

24

2

40

43*

Jan.

Sale

Sale

5

6
11

42

6

12

43*

.100

145* Jan.
443* Feb.

75
Sale

32

103*
163*
333*

11
24

Sale

7X

18

Mar. 15

Jan.

4

Sale

10

12

23*

5
3

1

5

Sale

15

Mar.

52

Mar.'31

40
25

1

15

3*
3*
43*

5

453* Jan.

2

2

80 J* Mar. 27
5
Mar. 16

5

Mar.
Mar.

1%
3%

31

Jan.

a75* Mar. 30

9

Feb.

60

42 X
19

27

33* Mar. 29

Mar. 24

1

33* Sale
43*
6
2 3* Sale
43* Sale
33* Sale
23*
63*

Sale

43*
43*
23*

493*
Sale
33*

643* Feb.

Mar. 16

54 Mar. 27

Sale
*;

Sale

4

Sale
6

2

23*
33*

85
26

5

Feb.

Jan. 27
Feb. 18
Feb.
3

4

42

59

5

,

Feb. 11
Feb.
9
Feb.
9
Jan. 27

18
25

40

7

27

68

263*
125*
155*
265*

Feb.
215* Feb.

Mar. 24

33* Mar. 29
40

42

7J* Sale

55

Feb.
Jan.

473* Mar. 16

685* Jan.

30

44

30

n954
20
26

Sale

50

3

A 1000

v t c

Mar. 28

163* Feb. 25
83* Feb. 27

Sale

275*
Sale
x753*
43*
33*
30
40

25

Mar. 16

80

Sale

233*

Feb.

473* Mar. 16
2454 Mar. 16
123* Mar. 10
143* Mar. 16

26

15

100
ser

2
2
2
2

Mar. 28

55

25

20
15%

100

Leased line stock
sec

53!

10

Preferred

3454 Mar.

Sale

"§2"

§ iff

100
100
..50
100
100

First preferred

510

90

63,400

2

—.100

Erie

195,400 Illinois Central
1,600
6% pref series A

150

Sale

1

12,700 Hudson 8c Manhattan
700

11
21

813*

100

Northern pref
30 Green Bay & Western
500 Gulf Mobile 8c Northern..100

""no

Sale

1

187,800 Great

2,300

Sale

Ry—100

Preferred

Havana

6,600

213*

100

Denver Rio Gr 8c Wes pref

Second preferred....
50 Erie 8c Pittsburgh

100

""""50

48

.

30
600

50

Western

200 Duluth South Sh & Atl.-lOO
700
Preferred
..........100

"""166
3,100

13*
23*

.....

320,800
457,000
1,400

Lowest

Highest
Sale

Prices.

173* Mar.
85* Mar.
103* Mar.

35

10 H
14

100

....

Detroit & Mackinac

100

100

Colorado A Southern

Sale

Sale
7
35* Sale
5 H Sale
5 X Sale

50

Special

Sale

3 H
5H

172,800 Chicago 8c North West
100
Preferred
..100
9,600
100
21,700 Chic Rock Isl & Pac
14,300
7% prefferred...
...100
A% preferred
..100
7,500
70 Chi St P M & O 7% pref..100

10

6

IX
2H

.*

100

Preferred

60

1

pflOO

Chic Mil St Paul 8c Pacific

Sale
2
IX

2?* Sale
8H
6H

100

Preferred

9

56 H
69

26 %

...25

3,600
6% preferred.
100
C C C 8c St Louis pref
100
HUGO Chicago Great Western..100
26,900

%

45

'

"3",700

Sale

45

100

500 Chic 8c East 111 RR

Sale"

32 X
7H

—25

648,500 Chesapeake 8c Ohio

19

393* Sale
553* Sale
193* Sale

Sale

26

70

20 Carolina Clinch & Ohio ..100
20
Stamped
100
300 Central RR of N J

62
Sale

363*

26
26 J*

2,500 Boston 8c Maine.........100

""200

Sale
22 H
75

70

;...

Pacific
20 Canada Southern

61

Sale

..50

371,992 Canadian

70
Sale
60

58

491,900 Bklyn-Manhattan Transit
21,100
<6 preferred series A
*
3,000 Brooklyn 8c Queens Transit.♦

100

Ask.

Bid.

Ask.

158

145

'

163,600

Bid.

100

\lcksburg

Susquehanna.100
Allegh 8c West Ry 6% gtd.100
667,355 Atchison Top 8c S Fe
100
15,800
Preferred..
...100
100
86,800 Atlan Coast Line RR
.....100
357,050 Baltimore 8c Ohio
Preferred
.100
51,900
Albany

700

Ask.

Lowest.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.
Bid

Par
Alabama

250,000
3,900
32,100
131,200
11,400

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

MARCH.

Price

N. T. STOCK CZCHANOE

In

March.

STOCKS

13* Feb. 21
113* Feb. 27
335* Feb. 24

1154

Sale
Sale

16

Mar. 31

153* Mar. 16
1834 Mar. 20

103* Feb. 25

16

38

Sale

33

Mar.

38

Mar. 30

3234 Jan.
9
534 Mar. 27
43* Feb. 27

53*
8
63* Sale

103* Mar.

2
2

53* Mar. 27
45* Mar. 2

53* Mar. 23
73* Mar. 25

16

Mar. 31

15* Jan.
155* Jan.

19

Jan.

31

38

12

153* Mar. 16
213* Feb.
9
383* Feb.
8
7
Feb. 17
73* Mar. 25

Certificates of deposit..100

30

"""170

730

1,030

130

480

1,700
12,600
60,400
70

47,900

"9", 100

100

Central

Jollet 8c Chicago RR 7%
Kansas City Southern

53*
1

..

1,200
460

"loo

pflOO
100

73*
103*
22

100

8
133*
Sale

11

...50
100

31,300
20,300

92,600
70,300

Mo Kan-Texas

13,900
24,800

35,000
92,800

Missouri Pacific .........100

3

Convertible preferred.. 100
43 Morris A Essex..
50

50

500

Minn St Paul ASS M

......

Preferred series A—.

1st preferred

2,800
460

55*
113*

100

4

925,040
7,100
16,500
1,370

New York Central.

100

N. Y. Chicago A St Louis. 100

Preferred

series

A

100

33*
103

non-cum pref
50
30 N Y Lackawanna A West. 100

*

No par

value,

90

x




10%

Ex-dividend,

a

Optional

3*

2

50

20

Sale

Sale
56

153*
Sale
5*
53*
143*
183* Sale

100

New York A Harlem..

Sale
Sale

125*
3*
3*

100

30 New Orl Tex A Mexico

352,300
1,300

100

*

sale.

73*

654
3*

3

Sale
106

3

3*
23*
3* Sale
3*
1
54
1
53*
73*
6 3* Sale
123* Sale
23*
354

Sale
Sale

50

58

15

Sale

3*
3*
554
153*
3

¥■

54
143*
Salo
Sale

33* Salo
106

100

8

9

xl2

15

14
Sale
13*
754

100

870 Nash Chatt A St Louis...100
4,600 Nat Rys of Mex 2nd pref.. 100
400

11

Sale
Sale
6
1

15*
13*
534
13*

Mar. 27
Mar.
3
Mar. 27
Mar. 15

13* Mar. 15

15* Mar. 27
13* Mar.
3
554 Jan. 26
1
Jan. 28

In

Mar. 20

63* Feb. 27

11

15

Mar. 15

Mar. 31
85* Feb. 24
2134 Jan.
3

16

15* Mar. 2/
2

Mar. 15

7

Mar.

2

23* Feb.

20

Jan.
Jan.

12

13* Jan.

e

Feb.
Feb.

9

2

8

11

175

103*

100

...

Leased line

j

200

654

2

510

15*
13*
43*
3*

17

100

Preferred

1,400
2,000

I

8

19
Sale

6

.......

100

.

23*
33*

7

Sale
Sale

500 Minneapolis 8c St Louis.. 100

-

15*

93*
253*

Prior preferred........100
Second preferred
100

Preferred

2

Sale

153*

270

"40

33*
3%
10
13*
175

415 Manhattan Ry mod 5% gu 100
Mod guar.
148,400
.100
630 Market Street Ry
100

—

400

2

*

100

Preferred

Preferred
4,700
58,700 Lehigh Valley
186,345 Louisville & Nashville

90

300
—

2

Rys of Cent Amer

Certificates

190 Iowa

10

~2~, 066

lnt

Sale

Sale

10

Sale

285*

Sale

163*
Sale
13-*
754
43*
13*
33*
3*
3*
3*
13*

15

103*
3*

1*
5

73*
1654

165*
23*
33*
100
100

Mar.
2
Mar. 31

854 Mar.
2334 Mar.

2
2

3

1

Mar.

Mar. 24

Mar.

2

123* Mar.

2

Sale

Sale

6

13* Mar.

6

Sale

12

11

7

134 Mar.
154 Mar.

3

.

234 Mar.

2

3* Mar.
1
3* Mar. 20
1

Mar.

3

754 Mar. 20
83* Mar. 20
205* Mar. 20

43* Mar. 16
6

Mar. 16

134 Mar. 31
154 Mar. 31
55

143* Mar.
3* Mar.
3* Mar.

15

Mar.

1

Jan.

13

13

Jan.

5

3
3* Jan.
3* Mar. 16

3* Mar. 29
?* Mar. 18
9

143* Mar.
23* Mar.
334 Mar.

21

Mar.

111

100

9

143* Jan.
9
325* Mar. 20

Mar. 16
Jan.
3
3* Feb. 21
1
Jan. 25
13* Mar. 3
3* Feb. 21
3* Jan. 23
3* Mar. 20
1
Feb. 25
43* Feb. 14
554 Jan.
3
113* Jan.
3

24

2

3* Mar.
1
3* Mar. 20

x 12

Mar. 31

175* Mar

Mar.

6

23*

10
Sale

133* Mar. 16
325* Mar. 20

Mar. 16

12

654
Sale
Sale

13* Sale
15* Sale
58
4954
22
153*
3*
3*
54

.8

7
*12

Mar. 16

354 Mar. 15
53* Mar. 16
Mar. 16

Feb.

2

14

Feb.

25

23* Jan.
334 Jan.

25

100
99

3

45* Jan.

11

Jan.

10
13

7
56

Jan.

203* Feb. 11
3* Jan.
3
5* Mar. 18
9

Feb.

213* Jan.
43* Feb.
63* Feb.

Mar. 31 120

Jan.

12 105

Jan.

Jan.

7534 Jan.

28|

753* Jan.

2

11
9

9

28
23
28

32

N. Y. STOCK

AGGREGATE SALES.
In

Since

March.

T

STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares.

24,000

29,300
98.200

500

N

297,900

600

Y NH 8c

N

YRys pf

19,200 Norfolk
910

300

71* 500
60

351

150

"i",6o6

4,435

240

1,670

*3',900
16

16*166

1,900

2,500
1,800

300

..100
..100

134

160
Sale

142
120
Sale

30

253*
2333

2933
Sale

10

733

K
IK
3K

1
IK
11

1

13*
33*

29

433

Sale

Sale
7K

100

133

100

4

100

Louis Southwest

5

*

40

5

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

7

IK

,

Preferred

&

Preferred
18
117,000 Adams Express
Preferred
390

64

*

.....100

Alliance

100

1,100
10,600

*»

180
670
380

264,100
1,700

10

Preferred

50

American Beet Sugar

7,350

700
200

800

1,200

13,000

Preferred

100

American

Coal

bOi Oi Oi

"2",300

American

Chicle
Co

50" 100

200

1,300
7,000

55,106

182,700
34,100
19,800

K
5K

-»
8K
1033
363*

26]

Jan.

4

23]

Mar. 31

28

11
14
13
11

133 Mar. 16.
13* Mar. 20
53* Mar. 15

Jan.

11

99

Jan.
Jan.

6

Jan.

6

11

Feb.

3

33 Jan.

30

13* Feb.

27

133 Jan.
133 Jan.

5
17

53* Mar. 15

3*
33
113*
433

Mar. 3
Mar. 25
Mar. 2
Mar. 2
Mar.
1
Mar. 22,

6

33 Mar. 15
33 Mar. 15!
18

Mar. 16

10

83* Mar. 16
93* Mar. 16
12
Mar. 20
Mar. 16

433 Mar.

Mar. 311

65

Mar. 17

Mar. 15
23* Mar. 22

13* Mar. 16
133 Mar. 31

2

453 Mar.

73*
733
133
233

Sale
~

7

1

Mar. 18
Mar. 31

1J3 Mar.

2

3

Jan.

>3 Mar. 25
1133 Feb. 25
433 Mar. 2
533 Jan.
3
8
Jan.
5
Feb. 25
Jan. 10
Mar. 31
Mar. 2
62
Mar. 31
133 Jan.
4
133 Mar. 31
433
133
653
643*

1

133*

"3*3*

Sale

4

Feb.

Mar. 15

11

4
27

Jan.

20
18
20
15

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

553 Jan. 12
13* Feb.
3
IK Mar. 2

Mar. 15

11

16

1633 Mar. 16

1633 Mar. 16

80

80

Sale

Mar.

3

333 Mar.

2

Mar.

3

53* Mar. 16

17

Feb.

L333 Feb. 23
30
3

Sale

41

Sale

41

Mar. 31

50

Mar.

1

11

103* Sale
73* Sale
13*
2
7 K Sale
4833 Sale

9

Sale

9

Mar. 31

Sale

6

Mar. 29

143*
73*
233
953
6133
33
1453

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

21
16
17
16
16
31
28

9

6

50

2
13*
83* Sale
c553* Sale
K Sale
143* Sale

1

Sale

1%

o

c

Sale

233
23*

133

633

J*
133
433

Sale

\X

13*
73*
4753
K
1133

Mar. 2
Mar.
1
Mar. 2
Mar. 31
Mar. 2

1

Sale

133 Mar. 31
13* Mar. 30
IK Mar. 31

c,

Sale

533

6

13*
73*
173*
33
1133

3
28
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 29

Mar.
Feb.

Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

1

1

Sale

1

Sale

75 K Sale
11833 UHK 120
Sale
733 Sale
6
53*
1
K
9
OK
213* Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

IX

Sale^

%

ll"

9

103*
10 33

933

aa

34

233
22*
93*
6333
55 3*

10

53* Mar. 15

33
33
1933
83*
93*

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.

12

Mar. 20

63* Feb.
153 Jan.
753 Mar.
8033 Mar.
6833 Feb.
2 33 Jan.
23* Mar.

5
10
11
16
16

3
20
16
16
10
10
22

Jan.

10

753 Feb.
733 Feb.

10

2

Jan.

9
9

353 Jan.

11

Feb.

17

2

11

Mar.

Mar. 30

5

153 Mar. 16
253 Mar. 16
2

Mar. 17

233 Mar. 21
7

Mar. 15

5
4

Jan.

1

21
1
25
28
14

Jan.

153 Mar. 31
13* Mar. 30
153 Mar. 31
5

Mar. 30

1633 Mar. 16
Mar.
3
53* Mar. 16
543* Jan. 24
9
153* Jan.
3
1033 Jan.
253 Jan. 11
1033 Jan. 26
6433 Jan. 11
5
13* Jan.
o
1453 Mar. 28
13* Jan. 27
153 Jan. 11
5
333 Jan.
6
23* Jan.
4
233 Jan.

80

6933

Sale

Amer Encaustic Tiling

........

8

6

Mar.

6

Mar.

33 Mar.
5

Mar.

16
22
16
21
21

5

1183* Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

83* Jan.

9

Jan.

12

Mar.

1

1833 Mar.

2233 Mar. 15

1033 Mar.
73* Mar.

1033
113*
1333
3633

703* Feb. 27 8933
1183* Mar. 23 12153
6
Feb. 27
933
633
53* Jan. 10
1
53 Feb. 21
5
Feb. 23
653
1833 Mar. 2 2233

8

Mar. 16
Mar. 24

Mar. 16

Feb.
1
Mar. 16
Mar. 21
Jan.

4

Feb.
2
Mar. 15

Mar. 21

1033 Mar. 16
113* Mar. 24
1353 Mar. 16
3953 Jan. 13
253 Mar. 18

1033 Mar.
73* Mar.
8

Mar.

2

Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 18

1

Sale

5

Mar.

Mar. 31

933 Mar.

Mar. 17

23* Jan.
93* Mar.

39%

Sale

35

Mar.

Sale

60

8*
I,8H

Mar. 28

493* Mar.

60

Mar. 25

112

15

Mar.

Sale

63*
1533
153
333

Mar. 2
Mar.
3
Mar. 31
Mar.
1

933 Mar. 15
1933 Mar. 16

34

Mar.

2

38

233 Mar.

3

Mar.
Mar.

3

13

733
1533
133
333

Sale
Sale
2
Sale

35

Sale

36

37

50

15

3433 Feb.

3
Mar. 16
Mar.

11733 112

15

83*

Jan.

10

Mar. 31

Mar. 17
Jan.

Mar.

4933 Feb.

J§8

Feb.

633 Feb. 23

12

Jan.

11

Jan.

28

933 Mar. 15

50

18
4

17

1%
333

19
Sale

7

2

Mar. 16

4

Mar.

2

Mar. 21

Feb.

28

153 Mar. 31
333 Mar. 1
34

Mar.

2

20

Jan.

13

33* Jan.

10

8

Jan.

17

40

Jan.

21

4

Feb.

9

50

233 Sale

3%

1933
K
9K

Sale
1
1033

85

140

100

OK
9K
83*
63*
4K
233
14K

*

383*

*

_»

(6)

17,810
3,000 Am Hawaiian Steamship
3,500 Amer Hide & Leather
Preferred
2,300
46,700 Amer Home Products....

Sale

37

1633

883*
11933
933
633
33

Mar.

3

2

Feb.

1753 Mar. 16

13

Feb.

1

1

Jan.

43* Mar. 29

55* Mar. 16

4

Feb.

109

Feb.

733 Mar. 16
1453 Mar. 16
933 Mar. 15

233 Mar.

24

10

Am European

Foreign Power

115

Sale

7

54%

72

233
13
Sale

11% Sale
00% Sale

Sale

124

2

2d pref A

'

K Mar. 2
133 Mar. 15
53* Mar. 15

103* Mar. 21

89

15

10

6

10
20

Preferred

2
Sale

7

86

333

11833

OK

....25

Colortype

Preferred

117

14

New...

Am &

Sale
Sale
13*
Sale
IK
Sale
3
23*
233

Alleghany

Securities....*
10 American Express Co.
100

1,500

64

Sale

833

*

...

of

Am Com Alcohol v t c

21,300

"

2
100

County, N J

1

*

~io<>

Preferred
Am

Mar. 15

9

11

♦

"ioo

Preferred

17,700 Amer Car & Foundry
Preferred
7,500
1,300 American Chain

8,500
1,700

IK
23*
IK
IK

»

(Dei)I*

14,100 Am Brake S 8c F
1,000
Preferred.......3.IHIIioo
912,000 American Can
'..25

3,000

1

13 K
1

833*

Preferred

380

5,100
1,140

93*
5836

*

17,500 American Bank Note

3,600

31

"»

Realty

20,000 Amer Agric Chemical

10,600
10,100

12
80

Sale

Sale
Sale

10
2

*

2136
100 K

1533
83

50
14 K

Allied Chem 8c Dye

"""166

"'loo

133
133

13*
133

_.Ill00

.

200

s g

5

7

4 K

Preferred
6,800
Joo
♦
33,720 Allis Chalmers Mfg
»
2,000 Mpha Portland Cement
1,700 Amalgamated Leather
_•
Preferred
1,410
100
37,300 Amerada Corp
Amer Agric Chem
(Conn)._»

400

13,200

Jan.

3233 Jan.
31
,aJan.

99

L—

933

5% Sa

Sale

*

....

Pref series A $40 warr'ts 100

775",400

2733 Mar. 2j
2533 Mar. 18

27

*

2.230 Alleghany Steel...

1.420

264",600

2

Feb.

..^100

Air Reduction Inc

1,500

400

10

Mar. 15

MISCELL.

1,500 Air-Way Elec Appll Corp
*
263.200 AlasKa Juneau Cold Mln.10
500 A P W Paper Co....
*
91,900 Allegheny Corp...
»
Pref series A 130 warr'ts .100
13,100
Pref series A $30 ex-war .100'
10,300

1,800

10

40

31,900 Affiliated Products

2,900

2733 Mar.

45

6.700 Advance Rumely

31,366

143

2333 Mar. 31

62

133
233
233

1%
Sale

100

15,600 Adams Millis
|
10,900 Addressograph Multigraph.*

100

17
10

—

643*

93*

..100

Preferred.........

Abltibi Power 8c P

139,600

83* Feb.
1233 Feb.
1033 Feb.

Mar. 23 jl373* Feb. 15

,

Sale

12«
Sale

..100

Wheeling & Lake Erie

135,800

Jan.

10

10

24

62

16

433
13*

100

Preferred
500 Abraham & Straus

.

433 Feb. 28

303* Mar. 16;

Sale

25

\x

INDUSTRIAL

42,600

17
3 K Mar. 3
Jan.
3
6

12

1933 Mar. 16

Mar. 15

Mar. 15]

10

!

Sale

733
933

0%

.100
Second preferred...... 100
3,100
2,900 Western Pacific
..100

2,800
7.600

10

3

2

Sale

40

*

700
Preferred B.......
43.000 Western Maryland

90

Feb.

13 U Jan.

Mar.

533
3*
633
673*

16

100

9,200
4,000

16

2

25

Mar. 23 139

Sale

14
6

15

IK

18

Mar. 15,

Sale
15
2833
Sale
133
Sale
Sale

9

5K

3*
..

o

6

100

100

33

636

60

49,700

Jan.

Feb.

24

100

Sale

713*

""166

29 9*

Sale
K
Sale

3*
K
16 K

100

3.310

11

23*

...

Third Avenue

~

24

29

1

100

"3",300

7K Mar. 17
1233 Mar. 15
8K Mar. 15

Mar. 15
Jan.
5
Feb.

IK Feb. 25

I

Sale
6

Francisco..100

Preferred
t

5.800

Jan.

69

9

27
11K Jan.
Jan.
25 ^ 2

24

Feb.

10 33 Feb.

,139

Sale

Louis-San

100

900

95

108

4%

10t,

400

7,600
9,300
5,000
1,100
1,100
1,100
15,200

26

135

135

6

2633

3,400 Wabash
Pi ef or red A
5,300

1,100

•

26 33

142

90

•i

»

24

130

135

514,500 Union Pacific
Preferred
15,300

1*5*266

10

6

2,400 Twin City Rapid Transit
Preferred
550

1,200

"l6"

25

Texas & Pacific

500

1

99

St

*13*266

1,700

Mar.

96

...100

139,900 Southern Railway
100
Preferred..
100
54,400
Mobile 8c Ohio certlfs.-lOO
800

1,900
1201
231,600

5

100

Saratoga

100

I

Sale

27 K
25

649.600 Southern Pacific Co

2*406

21

25

100

r

Mar.

25
22

Preferred..;

57,900
20.000
300

3

7

50

Deposit receipts

206,600

3% Mar.

50

8,700 Seaboard Air Line
Preferred
2.300

600

2

Sale

First preferred

12,650

2,300

ll

K Feb.

Second preferred

1,000

133 Jan.

Jan.

4

63*

100
50

Reading Company

20,100

3,100
1.000

100

.

Pitts Youngs Sc. Ash pf 7%

6,000 Rutland RR. pref..

3,600

63*
5K

Pitts Ft Wayne 8c Chicago. 100
Preferred
100

14 Rensselaer &

""§66

Virginia.

2 K Mar. 22
Mar. 29

1

100

Preferred

50

*3*166

100

15K Mar. 161
IK Mar. 29l
236 Mar. 22,
IK Mar. 29,
1933 Mar. 16

3

UK Mar.

20

3

4

7% Jan.

2 130
Mar. 15 111X2 Mar.
8033 Mar. 17, x7 836 Jan. 31

2

Mar.

1%
IK
c^2
UK Sale
IK
233
\K
8
4 3*

11

1133 Feb.
K Jan.

1

2 130

Mar. 15

1033 Mar.

4

50

vvusi

Mar.

111;
79;

Prices.
11

17 K Jan.
303* Jan.

Mar. 15

% Mar. 23
% Mar. 22,

Mar. 30

Sale

Mar.

69

100

'hlla Rapid Transit pref._50
tv

10% Mar. 15i

13 H Sale

Prior preferred..

Plush

2

2

Pere Marquette

*3*966

Mar.

Sale

66

2d preferred...........100

3,344

280

26

Sale

8233

..100

400 Peoria & Eastern

19

1

Sale

114

..100

766.300 Pennsylvania

181,800

11K Feb. 27

Mar. I61

Mar.

Sale

100

Pacific

Mar. 16.

1

19

o

Central.........50

460 Pacific Coast..
First preferred...
220

Sale Prices

113* Mar.

W'

Highest.

Prices.

Sale

Sale

2633
IVk

7%

100

....

Lowest.

Highest.

Prices.

Sale

Sale

1333
24

100

8c Western

199,722 Northern

70

Sale

Ask.

.*

Preferred.

10 Northern

Lowest.

March'SI.

K Mar. 15

lOOi

Hartford

!

Ask

Bid.

Conrertlble preferred.. 100
N Y Ontario ik Western..100

3.700 Norfolk Southern

5,300

March 1.

1933.

7,500

300

Jan. 3

Par.

87,500

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN MARCH.

Price

Jan. 1.

Shares.

PRICES

STOCKS
N

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

"♦
10
.*

Sale
Sale
9
Sale
4%
4
Sale
Sale

1433
1

Sale
Sale

43*

,

433

140

■

163* Sale
1
33
433

8V*

14
1

1

Mar.

140

43*
933

Sale
Sale

433 Sale
833 Sale

8

Sale

6

Sale

433 Mar. 31
833 Mar. 31
653 Mar. 3

533
433
233

5

Sale

5

14

Sale
5
3
183*

3
15

31

Sale

313* Sale

4

Sale

433

1

533
333
1833

Mar. 31

453 Mar.
233 Mar.
14

3
2

Mar.

2

2933 Mar.

1

8

Mar. 16

533 Mar. 23
4

Mar. 17

1933 Mar. 15
3533 Mar. 16

333 Feb.
833 Mar.
633 Feb.
5

433
233
1333
2933

Mar.

Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.

2253 Jan.

6/

Jan.

10

103^

Jan.

6

Feb.

25

833 Jan.
Feb.

11
9

Jan.

11

109

irA

11,
533 Mar. 23

95* Jan.

Mar. 17

1933 Mar. 15
393* Jan. 11

Rights

"9.506

26",700

700

900

30,700
1,100

85,630
3,400

«

'

'

7.100

18,000
7,700

2,700
11,700
400
100

3,100
420

120

♦

*

Preferred
Amer

Internet

100

Corp..

.__*
Am La France 8c Foanvite.
*
Preferred
180
100

....

'

M,

American Ice

.

Amer Locomotive

*

Preferred

.100

31,500 Am Mach 8c Foundry..
...»
2,200 Amer Machine 8c Metals...."
Voting trust ctfs..
2,800

433
35

4

6% Conv preferred..... 100
620 American News Co.... .....*

15

No par value,




x

American Metal

Ex-Dividend.

....

j/.Ex-rlghta.

41

Sale
K
Sale
Sale
173* Sale
1233 Sale
13*
2%
3*
133

♦

11,500
1,980

Sale

73*
3*
13*
533

1933

Sale

1533
20

26

33

433 Sale
3133
55* Sale
33 Sale

25

30

Sale

5

K
3
Sale

2

20

Sale

22

93*
133
K
333
15 K
2033

Sale
13*
IK
3K
1733
22

1033
1033

4

28

Mar.

1

Mar. 25

453 Mar.
33 Mar.

3
2

633 Mar. 16
34

Mar. 16

83* Mar. 16
33 Mar. 15

3

73* Sale

6

8
il'A

22

1933
93*
15*
3*
333
1533

19

20

19

24

Sale

133
153
433

Mar.

2

833 Mar. 16

Mar.
1
Mar.
1
Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar. 2
Mar. 3

24

Mar. 17

1153
133
3*
533
1933

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 30

22

Mar. 17

16
16
16
16
22

35* Feb.

OK Jan.
34

Feb.

43*
33
15*
533
173*
83*

Feb.
Jan.

853 Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

Jan.

1

Jan.

11

Mar. 15

4
833
24

28

Mar. 16
Mar. 17

1333 Jan.

11

Jan.

4
12

2

Jan.

3* Feb
333 Feb.
1533 Jan.

21

Jan.

17

30

Feb

.

Jan.

12

Mar. 16

25

Mar. 16

12
6

April, 1933.]

n. y. stock

AGGREQATt! SALES
y

Jan. 3

1933.
Par.
Power & Light

A user

•

(5)..

preferred

7%

175*
20 54
7 54
91

Radlatdr Ac Stand San

♦

Preferred ..............100
American Republics...

107,526; Am
5,400

25

American Safety Razor.

*

Seating

*

Anier Smelt Ac

610

_...*

Refining,

Preferred

....100

Preferred....

9,600 American

100

Snuff

Preferred

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale

Lowest.

Highest.

Prices

Sale Price.

Sale Price.

27

954 Jan.

11

Mar. 31

245* Jan.
215* Jan.
75* Jan.

11
12
11

4% Sale

4

Sale

4

Mar. 28

7

Mar. 16

4

12% Sale

11

Sale

11

Mar. 31

11

100

70

25

......

Amer Solv 8c Chem

11

Sale

5%

Sale

22%

2i%

9%
6%

Sale
83

19,

Mar. 16

9% Mar. 31
4% Mar. 3

16

Mar. 16

554 Mar.

Sale
Sale
84%

80

......100

Corp

6% Sale

Feb.

10

954 Mar. 31
45* Feb. 27

7% Mar. 16

85

21

7% Sale

Sale

21

22

21

Mar.

IX
X
13%
Sale

%
X
11%
1054

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

39

Sale

31

Mar.

26

Sale

26-

Mar.

1

12%
12% Sale
20% Sale

1%
54
Vs
11%
13
11 h Sale
31 % Sale

%
12%
14%

31

22

5*

850 American Shipbuilding

2d

Lowest.

Ask.

18%
22
Sale

75*

1,300, Anier Ship At Comm
206,200
18,000
10,400

Sale

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Feb.

14

91

'

Rolling Mill

1,600! American

Bid.

....

...

$5 preferred
Am

March 1.

Ask.

...

Preferred

$6

Bid.

*

Pre.eireu

21,400
19,400
286,200
vi
190

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

stock exchange

Shares.

166,600

33

PRICES IN MARCH.

STOCKS
n

exchange—stocks

34

30%

32%

101

103

26

345*

35

104

Sale

5

Sale

%

36%
103

37%
Sale

13

Mar.

42

Mar.

3054 Mar.
2395* Mar.
104

19

Mar. 2
105* Jan.
Jan.
9 245* Mar.
Mar. 20,
15* Feb.
Feb
li
% Jan.
Mar. 31 13
Feb.
18
Feb. 25
Mar.
31
Jan. 10
42
Mar.
2
205* Jan.
3054 Mar.
325* Jan. 10x395* Mar.
9 106
1025* Jan.
Feb.

Mar.

18

Mar.

Jan.

554
2054
5*
54
115*
1054

245* Mar.
5* Mar.
5* Mar.

3454 Mar.
103

Mar.

Mar.

*

11

15
2

5
1

16
16
17
16

23

Preferred

30,100
680

Amer

Steel

Foundries

Preferred

17,500 American

5% Sale
55

*

3,900

100

Sale

25

Preferred

Sale

51

*

Amer Telep & Teleg
73.100 American Tobacco
Class B
554,200
Preferred
6,200
5,800 Amer Type Founders
Preferred
1,500
50,600 Am Wat Wks&EI...
Certificates
24,500
1st preferred
1,900
20,800 American Woolen

•

Sale

100

Sale

»

Sale
Sale

•

»
♦

tr ctfs»

v

Sale

Preferred

15

50

7% Sale
45*
5%
9%
11
61 %
63
2%
6
1054
12
95%
99

900 Anaconda Wire 8c Cable

*

22,900 Anchor Cap Corp..
Preferred

•

.....

900 Andes Copper Mining Co
♦
3,600 Archer Daniels Mid.
620
Preferred
..100

6,700 Armour (Del) pref
100
73 ,000 Armour of Illinois class A..25
52,000
Class B
25

27,000
Preferred
100
3,300 Arnold Constable Corp
490 Artloom Corporation
*
1,330
Preferred
...100
400 Art Metal Construction

10

1,680 Associated Apparel Indus
*
25,700 Associated Dry Goods
1
4,400
1st preferred
100
2,000
2d preferred
100

Sale

15* Sale
5* Sale
7% Sale
1%
1%
1%
4%
50

15

22

Sale
Sale
9
63% Sale
2
3%
9% Sale
94% 100
413-2
46
1% Sale
% Sale
7% Sale
1% Sale
2
3%
5%

4%
8%

50

35*

3%

35
Sale

14 H

15%

14

Sale

4%

4%
4k
13%
8k
62%

8
10
Sale
11%
65

...100

99,500 Atlantic Refining
35
8,300 Atlas Powder............
•
1,184
Preferred
I100
...

5%
17

8%
61

11
Sale

9%
61 %

6

3

Mar.

2

8754 Mar. 31
4954 Mar. 2
52% Mar. 2
10254 Mar. 1
6
Mar. 22
105* Mar. 2
115* Mar. 22

Sail*
14H 18Mj

49
*

Prior A
Austrian Credit Anstalt...
Autosales

154
2
33% Sale
k.
i
13
14%

7

Mar. 31

14

Mar. 24

36

35* Mar.
225* Mar.

2
2

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

18/2

28%
6% Sale
3%
11% Sale

254 Mar.

21

6

8754 Mar. 31
49

16

27
Mar. 16

Mar. 16
Mar. 24

Mar.

98%

Sale

985* Mar.

100

45

49
Sale

43

Mar.
Mar.

54

1%
%

Sale

10%
1%
2%

Sale

15*
54
754
154

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4%

5 ki Jan.

3%

25

10

5
8
Sale
Sale

1%
25*
3254 Sale
1
15*
13

ll
24

Jan.

24

28

Jan.

Jan.

14
13

11

12

10

Mar. 31

35

Mar. 24

58

115* Mar. 22

35* Mar. 2
225* Feb. 16

31

Jan.

185* Jan.
195* Jan.
1654 Jan.
Jan.

9

9

65* Mar. 16
2954 Mar. 16

8
5* Feb.
54 Feb. 17!
254 Feb. 28

Jan.

3

2H Feb.

10

4^8 Mar. 16

Feb.

24

20

5

Feb.

28

45* Jan.

6

95* Mar. 16
45* Jan. 31
155* Mar. 16

14

25*
15*
1354
154
25*
505*
35*
154
55*
24 5*

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
17
Mar.
654 Mar.
45* Mar.
454 Mar.
13
Mar.

1

8

Jan.

20

Mar. 28
Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar. 18

4

35*
5*
35*
195*

22

625* Jan. 11
7
25-* Feb.
954 Mar. 3

Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar. 16

41
Jan.
3
15* Feb. 28

95

Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar. 29

Mar. 29
Mar.
1

Feb.

15* Jan.

Mar. 27

Feb. 20
Feb. 18
Mar. 2
F eb. 20

485*
3 5*
5*
3 5*
18

30

Jan.

23

Mar. 16
Mar. 18

25*
15*
1354
154
25*
515*
35*
154
55*
245*

19

2

Jan.

4

14

20
27

7

Feb.

24

66

23 100
54

54 Feb.

Mar. 17
Mar. 28
Mar. 17
Mar. 28
Mar. 18

Feb.

Feb.

23

Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar. 16

Mar. 17
Mar. 28
Feb. 20

Jan. 27
Feb. 18
Jan. 11
Mar. 16
Mar. 29
Mar. 29

14

45*
454
165*
1354
635*

954 Mar.
61

Mar.

15* Mar. 20
32
Mar. 2
5* Mar. 15

2

15

Jan.

19

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

24

Mar. 21
Mar. 16

654
45*
454
125*

Mar. 20
Mar. 17

9

Feb.

14

61

Jan.

5

66

15* Feb.
3154 Feb.
% Feb.

27
28
2

2

565* Jan.
15* Feb.

11
16

13

105*

615*

Jan.

Jan.

3

105* Feb.

Mar. 16

W

Mar.

2

19X Sale
15
8%
4%
4%
14%

2

45* Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

50

24

23

5054 Feb. 25
10254 Mar. 1 117

Mar. 16

12

c

Feb.

26

Mar. 20
Mar. 20

20
5

5
Sale

70

2%

13

Jan.

16
16

Jan.
Jan.

9

19

Jan.

Mar. 16
9

8
56

3554
365*
915*
95*
1095*
6354
6554

19

so

45* Mar. 16

45*
854
635*
35*
954

65

27

215* Jan.

5* Mar. 16

1

Feb.

20

65* Mar. 16
2954 Mar. 16

Mar. 15

45* Feb. 28
37% Mar. 28
30

20

1454 Mar. 16
165* Mar. 16

10

Stores

1,800 Atlas Tack Corp
303,200 Auburn Automobile
1,400 Austin, Nichols Ac Co

365*
915*
85*
1065*
615*
6454
10654

35

Sale

\X
Sale

Sale
Sale
20

Mar. 16

15*

"3%

3%
19%
125*

Mar.

%

1

21

7

Sale

3%

265*

<

7% Sale
88% Sale

1

•

Preferred

25

56

8

2

885* Mar. 27

91

3%

13

454 Mar.

37% Mar. 28 415* Mar. 22
305* Mar. 1 2345* Mar. 16

90

50
'%

4

Sale

34% Sale

2*
Sale

21

300 Atl G 8c W 1 SS Lines

240

41

17

25

250 Associated Oil

Atlas

lg
2%

,

25

Sale

6% Sale
37%
40
34

53% Sale
59 % Sale
102% Sale
105
110
6
Sale
4%
6%
11
11
15
12%
Sale
13
11X Sale
1154 Sale
10
Sale
54
31%
33
45
3% Sale
4k Sale
23 k Sale
23% Sale

% Sale
2%
7
2%
3

Pref voting trust ctfs

374,165 Anaconda Copper..

1,500

J>3%
Sale

.100

6,100 Amer Zinc, Lead Ac Smelt..

400

Sale

115

100

Preferred

1,330 Am Writing Paper

100

7

__25

...

220

87

100

Am Sum Toh

1,277,445

48,300

54

305* Sale
25% Sale
80%
83%
6% Sale
96% Sale

103,600 American Sugar Refining. 100

21,800

41

31H
22%

100

...

Stores

24

14

12

Mar

.

22

Mar. 20

4154 Mar.16
15* Ma. 24

14

Feb.

22

21
28

22

Feb.

16
c

454
55*
1754
1354

14

Feb.

24

Jan.

14
5

Jan.

Mar. 20

Jan.

11

Mar. 20

Jan.

...

Preferred

I50

688,100 Aviation Corp of Del (The).. 5

6%

Sale

6

Sale

65*

Sale

554 Mar.
I

38,600 Baldwin Locomotive
•
7,040
Preferred.
100
1,811 Bamberger (L) Ac Co pref.. 100
470 Barker Bros

490

Preferred

100

79

7%

Sale

454 Sale
10

45* Sale

Sale

6854
%
554

10

12

75

72

79

154
10

%
5

8

2

Mar. 16

Mar. 2
954 Mar. 2
725* Mar. 23

16'

554 Mar.
145* Mar. 16
73
Mar. 22,

15*
9

7% preferred...

100
5
•

1st preferred

95* Mar. 23

95* Mar. 23

3% Sale
3
115*

100

30

44

35

11% Sale
02%
62%
46

100

Blgelow-Sanford Carpet Inc *
Blaw-Knox

»

140 Bloomingdale Bros.
130
Preferred

*

...100

10 Blumenthal Ac Co pref

100

23,300 Bohn Alum Ac Brass Corp...*
1,200 Bon Ami class A.
Booth Fisheries..

"354
75*
50

Sale
Sale

18

Sale

Sale

95*
43

x50

Sale

Sale
69

465*
3%

Sale
Sale

6454

Bendlx Aviation Corp......5
Best Ac Co
«
Bethlehem Steel Corp
7% preferred

35*
954
6854
5*
754

27i

Feb. 25
Feb. 28
Feb. 28
Jan.
4
Jan. 11

8

654
155*
735*
5*
95*

Mar. 16

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

10
12

Feb!

27

Mar. 23

Hill "25""

Beatrice Creamery........50
Preferred..
100
Beech-Nut Packing
20
Belding Brothers
...»
Belg Nat Rys part pref

...

55* Feb.

^ :

4

♦

87,100 Barnsdall Corp
1,010 Bayuk Cigars, Inc
700

71

*

Bar net Leather

29,900
4,700
6,300
14,600
3,200
167,300
25,200
141,700
26,600
1,060
8,000

4% Sale
12 % Sale

115*

35* Sale

954 Sale
54
575*
4554
475*
354 Sale
6254
6454

655*
7% Sale
954 Sale
115* Sale
255* Sale
65*
95*
4
454
7
115*
54
60

13

Sale

29

Sale

22

20

3

Mar.

Mar. 16

95* Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 31!
505* Mar. 24

43

7
Mar.
57
Mar.
465* Mar.
35* Mar.

llh

Mar. 16
Mar. 25'

x495* Mar.

15

5

Mar. 16
645* Mar. 2
105* Mar. 16

"id"

i\H
6

65*
6

63

Mar.

Sale

65* Mar.

Sale

9

fl6»
Sale

Mar.
105* Mar.

1354 Mar. 16
1654 Mar. 16
365* Mar. 16

255* Mar.
65* Mar.
4
Mar.

8
8

60
40

135*

10

35
Sale

11

Sale

52

55

53

56

53

56

24

Sale

19

Sale

20

Sale

56

545* Mar. 20
95* Mar.
53

2
Mar. 23

Mar.

354 Jan.
7

Jan.
Mar.

2

Feb.

5

35* Feb.

12

24

Jan.

20

63
9

Mar.

105* Mar.
2554 Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

18

Feb.

655*
115*
1354
165*
365*

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 16
5

11
Mar. 16
Jan. 11

8

Jan.

52

6

27

8

Feb.

13

10

Jan.

Mar. 16
Jan.
9
Mar. 16
7
Jan.
5
545* Mar. 20
35
Feb. 14
14
Jan. 11
55
Jan. 30

Feb.

&"

Jan.

50
5

27,
2

10
Mar. 31

625* Jan.

Mar. 24

65* Feb.

355* Feb.
95* Mar.

Mar. 15
Mar. 17

18

505* Mar. 24

2

45

545* Mar. 20

55

454 Jan.

6
18

45

Mar. 15
Mar. 16

20

50%
35%
12%

3
27

...

1st preferred

........100

265,100 Borden Co. (The)
25
68,600 Borg-Warner Corp_.____._l0
Botany Cons Mills A..
50
2,300 Brlggs Ac Stratton
...»
Brockway Motor Truck
Preferred...

Preferred

*

...»
_*

Preferred (7)
14,000 Budd (E G) Mfg
720
Preferred 7%

Class A

320

*

ioo

...

v t c

Class B

Class B certificates..

»

.._*

25*

25* Sale
20

29
Sale

1

35*

5*
5*

...I*
_I*
100

Sale

Sale

•

44,800 Burroughs Add Mach
»
6,900 Bush Terminal Co
•
3,980
Debenture stock.......100
1,580 Bush Term Bldgsgtd pref. 100
4,500 Butte Copper Ac Zinc.
5
2,200 Butterlck
--.._*
2,800 Butte Ac Superior Mining.IlO
44,000, Byers Co
•
260'
Preferred
ion!




254
154

I'4

....

Preferred

300

100

_

32

11554

♦

Watch.....
Brothers...

300

Sale

30

110

640

100 Burns

x 67

»

4,100 Brunsw'k Term Ac Ry Sec...*
5,100 Bucyrus-Erle Co
10
7,400
Conv preferred
5

600 Bulova

&

...100

...

49,300 Brlggs Manufacturing
15,000 Brunswick-Balke-Coll

19,700 Budd Wheel
4,500 Bullard Co

8^

65* Sale
%
B/i
754
8

75* Sale
54
%
75*
85*

1854 Mar.
65* Mar.
8

2

245* Mar. 16
954 Mar. 16

Mar. 30

95* Mar. 15

27

55* Feb. 28

754 Feb. 28

265* Jan.
954 Jan.

11
11

95* Mar. 15

...100

17,100 Brooklyn Union Gas..
1,400 Brown Shoe, Inc
310

8% Sale

4

Sale

554
154
15*

25*
35*
%
5*
5*
2
65* Sale
%
3
Sale

4

1154 Sale
%
54
15* Sale
1

'

Sale

954 Sale
305*

35

67

295*
109
3

45*
5*
254

Sale
645*
285*
31
11554 10854
Sale
25*
Sale
154
5*
5*
25*
25*
354
25*
Sale
205*
Sale
5*

25*
205*
5*
35*
4
15* Sale
3

Sale

1
,

5*
54
15*
5*
5*
*,75*
254
35*
125*
5*
15*
1

1054
33

15*
15*
5*
354
%
2
Sale
Sale
Sale
18
Sale
25*
15*
Sale
39

3

73

Mar. 17

31

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 16

111

Mar,

2

45* Mar. 16
5

Mar. 25

5* Mar. 16
35* Mar. 16
35* Mar. 16
30

Mar. 17

154 Mar. 15

Mar.

4

Mar. 20

15* Mar. 15
454 Mar. 16

15* Mar.
25* Mar.
5* Mar.

645*
285*
10854
25*
154
5*

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.

2

Feb.

82
33

Jan. 11
Jan.
6
Mar.
2
55* Jan. 11
5
Mar. 25
3
% Jan.
35* Mar. 16
Jan. 11
o I*
36
Jan.
4
2
Jan. 11
5
Jan. 11
2
Jan. 11
4
Mar. 16

111

254 Feb.
!05* Mar.
5* Feb.
3

Mar,

1

Feb.

Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

354 Mar. 27

354 Mar. 27

25*
5*
5*
54
154

65* Mar.

854 Mar. 16
25* Mar. 16

2

Feb.

1
14
27

3

Feb.

24

2

Mar. 23

1
Mar. 28

35* Mar. 31
11

Mar.

2

5* Mar. 31
15* Mar.
1
Mar.

1

85* Mar.
305* Mar.

2
2

1

5

Mar. 15

125* Mar. 27
1

Mar. 16

15* Mar. 1|
15* Mar. 15
1354 Mar. 16
30k' Mar. 21.

5* Feb.
65* Feb.

.! 5* Feb.

105* Feb. 28
5* Mar. 31
15* Jan. 14
1

Feb.

2

Feb. 17
Jan. 20
454 Feb. 11

5* Feb.
1
854 Mar. 16
5
954 Jan. 11
235* Jan.
5

354 Jan.
1
2

Mar. 16
Jan. 30

10

15* Jan.

85* Feb. 25
305* Mar. 2

Jan.

11

4654 Jan.

19

15

18

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

34

STOC KS

Smce

Price
Jan. 3

T. STOCK EXCHANGE

N

In

March.

Jan. 1.

Shares.
29,800 Calif Packing Corp
10
2,700 Callahan Zinc-Lead..
31,000 Calumet & Hecla Cons Cop 25
2,500 Campbell W & C Foundry
5
35,400 Canada Dry Ging Ale
*
4,800 Cannon Mills
1,800 Capital Admin Co Ltd c A__*
Preferred class A.....
50
300

12,200
800

10,300
1,000
16,200
2,500
300

1,252,600 Case (J 1) Co
Pref 7%
5,930
49,300 Caterpillar Tractor

472",000
3,100
23,400
5,100

Celanese

17,700

„

9

2%

6

400
20

55,500
1,500

496 .Chile Copper
692,100 Chrysler Corporation

210,700
7,500

7,500 Cirv Store*.

206

200

Sale
Sale

1,600

1,100

3%
60
Sale

6% Mar.

Sale

8

Mar. 28

"""166

1,700 Colonial Beacon Oil Co
16,700 Colorado Fuel & Iron

50
80

18

%
1%
5%
10%
90

82%

59

45

4

10%
4%
11%

Sale
24

11

60

Sale

60

Sale

11%
25%

Sale

15
Sale
24

11%

9%

Sale

Mar. 25
Mar.

"?%
4

Sale

Sale

Sale

20

Sale

Sale

1,935
20,600
1,000

Sale

110

Sale

90%

93

9%

Sale

12%

Sale

20%

105"'
87
Sale

*

13%

*

Sale

*

JK

*
100

67

100

9

3

*7%

Sale

7%
6%

Preferred

100

dH

26%

40

Prior

100

47 %

43

27,550

800

18

5,000

6%

Sale

Sale

*

Sale

*

Sale

*
100

Sale

Consol Laundries Corp.-

iOOOiConsolidated Textile.

1,300 Container Corp class A
2,100
Class B
8,600 Continental BakclA:
Class B.
28,500
Preferred
14,100

900

1,000
5,200
5,500
3,100

2% Sale

*

Pref $5

289,500 Consolidated Oil Corp
8% preferred
3,500

99

1%
%

3%

*
100

22,800
11,100
49,300

197,600 Continental Can
20
10,106 Continental Diamond Fibre 5
57,900 Continental Insurance..2.50
48,860jContlnental Motors
138,200 Continental Oil of Del
*

90,906

248,200 Corn Prod Refining

Sale

%

Continental

Preferred..
53,300 Coty.Inc
46,400 Cream of Wheat ctfs

9,800
14,200

960

5,900
30,500
1,585
1,700

5,400
41,800
8,800
70

""1*206
900

4,600
1,100

27,766 Diamond Match

"7", 200

6,700

1,500
35,600
800

'181,306
11,706

29,300

101,500

No Dar value




x

48%

Sale

Sale

Sale

125

%
38%

3
Sale
27

_*
100

18%
1%

25
Sale

100
*
10
100
..50

15% Sale
19% Sale
%
1
8%
22%

10
24

9%
2%

20
100
*
100

4%

3% Sale
23% Sale
2%
3
14% Sale
23%
26%
16
24
1
1%
10
Sale
17
Sale
%
%
1% Sale
12%
14
20%
24%

3

Sale

7
33

Sale
Sale

1% Sale
2% Sale

3

Mar. 15

9

Mar. 16

Mar,

90

2%
26%

Sale
Sale

2%
20%

4% Mar.

Sale

a

9

V*

Sale

16% Sale
% Sale
3% Sale
29% Sale22%
25
9

33
1%

2%

79

75

60

75

60%

70

41% Mar. 18

3

45%
4%
16%
1%
6%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar .

16
21
16
16
16

Mar. 16
Mar. 21
Mar. 15

Mar. 24

2% Mar. 28
14% Mar.
1
27
Mar. 22

3% Mar. 21
23% Mar. 16
29% Mar. 24

1% Mar. 15
Mar.
2
16
Mar. 25

12

Mar. 16

22

Mar. 15

25

1

74

9%
Sale

9

% Mar. 30
1% Mar.
1
13% Mar. 3
25
Mar. 22

1% Mar. 16

1% Mar. 15
4

Mar. 31

30

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

29

3%

5

3%
Sale
3

88
ft*

2

1*

Sale
Sale

6% Mar.

3

Mar.

3

39

1% Mar.

1

2% Mar. 16
3% Mar. 17
75
Mar. 31

30

Sale
Sale

2

Sale

74

70
6
Sale
1%
2%

Mar. 30
Mar. 2

3

Mar. 16

Sale

7

55

Sale

49

56

10

Sale

9

20

Sale

89

87%

17% Sale
Sale

12% Sale
14% Sale
11% Sale
8
7%
2%
2%

12%
11%
*11%
6%
2%

Sale

18

Sale
8
Sale

Sale

27
26%
*12H Sale
13

Sale

11%
7

2

6% Mar. 16
2% Mar. 15
2

Mar. 16

3

15

26%

1
1

% Mar. 27
1%

7%
71%

Sale

Mar.
Mar.

5
2

Sale

26%

26

Optional sale.

5

6

11

6% Mar. 17
24% Feb.
9

20% Jan.

11

Feb.

9

76% Feb.

10

20

9% Mar. 16
7
Jan.
5

31
24

55% Jan.

30

Mar. 16

6

4

Feb.
Feb.

46% Jan.

5

39

Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

47% Jan.
45% Jan.
4% Jan.

11

Sale

7%
2%

1%
5%
40%
90

2%
5

7% Mar. 2
51% Mar. 22
10
Mar.
1

"l7%"Mar."l
26% Mar.

12% Mar.
11

Mar.

*11

Mar.
Mar.

7

2% Mar.

1
2
3
2
28
1

9% Mar. 17
60

Mar. 16

11% Mar. 17
19

Mar." 15

26% Mar.
1
13% Mar. 30
13

Mar. 16

13% Mar. 15
8

3

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

11% Jan.
63% Jan.
Jan.

99

5%
6%
100%
%

95% Mar.
% Mar.
1% Jan.
% Feb.

Jan.

23
11
3
10

Jan.

11

Mar. 16
Mar. 16.

Mar. 16
Jan.

12

Jan.

% Jan.
36

5
20

Mar. 16

Mar.

3

11

41% Mar. 18

Jan.

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

16
11
11
9
16

45% Feb. 25 59% Mar.
117% Mar. 15 145% Jan.
4% Jan.
«2
Mar. 24
23
Feb. 25 28% Jan.

16
21
20
26

45%
5%
17%
2%
6%

35% Feb. 24
3% Fob. 25
10% Mar. 28
1
Mar. 27
4% Mar. 3

2%
14%
24%
18%
1%

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

28
27
27
25

Jan.

3

2
16
Feb. 27
% Feb. 21
1% Jan. 16
10
Jan.
9
9

Mar.

6% Mar.
30

Feb.

2

60% Jan.
4% Jan.
1% Feb.

3

24

Jan.

10

1% Mar. 15
Mar. 16

Mar. 16

11%
48%
2%
3%

Jan.

2

80

12
6
23

65

3
23

Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.

27
20
24
22

10

Mar.

1

79% Jan.
3
17% Feb. 28
26% Feb. 27
12
Feb. 28

•

Jan.

Mar. 31

%
2%
6%
51%

10%
10%
6%
2%

13

Mar. 16

ilH
4

Mar. 30

Mar.

22% Jan.

29

1% Feb. 23
74

9
3% Jan.
23% Mar. 16
29% Mar. 24

30

20% Feb. 21

11% Mar. 16

60%

4%
2%

7% Jan.
6% Feb.

Mar. 15

45% Mar. 2 59%
137% Mar. 15 131
4
a2
Mar. 24
23% Mar.
1 28%

Sale
Sale

27
16

Mar. 15

Mar.
2
3% Mar.
1
10% Mar. 28
1
Mar. 27

Sale

77%

52% Mar. 16
92% Mar. 16
3% Mar. 16
6% Mar. 16
98% Mar. 28
% Mar. 16
1% Mar. 16
% Mar. 16

3
3

Sale
Sale

Sale
130

'z

Mar, 21

36

1

Mar.

43

3

5% Mar, 21
40% Mar, 31

Sale

5%

11

74

*
a

12%
41%
Sale

40

12

16

3
25
Jan. 30
Mar.
4 111% Mar.
2
Jan.
1
103% Jan. 18 111% Mar.
97% Jan. 31
84
Jan.
be Jan.
3
»i# Jan.
13% Mar. 16
9
Feb.

Mar. 16

6

1

Sale

127

131

Mar.

2

Sale
%

54

Sale

Jan.

11

104

9% Mar. 16
7
Mar. 20

20

Sale

3

Sale

2%

*

Class B
Ex-dlvidend

,^8

41

1
•

o

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17

Participating 6% Pref..25
Dome Mines Ltd ..
*
Dominion Stores Ltd
..*
Douglas Aircraft Co lnc
»
Dresser (SR) Mfgconv cl A._*

3,l60
3,100,

600

1,000

13% Mar. 16

22

16

*18

Mar. 16

96

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

50

1% Mar. 24
22
Mar. 24
4
Feb. 27
16
Feb. 27
18% Mar. 22
18% Mar. 21
70
Mar. 24

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
19% Mar.
20% Mar.
74% Mar.

2% Mar,
3
5
Mar,
1
95% Mar,
1
% Mar,
1% Mar, 15
3
% Mar
1
3
Mar
1
% Mar,
2
36% Mar,

& Mot Co lnc *

7,106 Deere & Co prrf
13,100 Detroit Edison..
2,l60 DevoeA RaynoldsA
160
1st Preferred

"MOO

1%

.3*
36%
3%
13%
1%
5%

100,700 Davison Chem.............*
110 Debenham Securities..

29,700

Sale

Sale
Sale

24

21,400 Curtiss Publishing Co (The)*
18,600
Preferred........
..*
236,666 Curr'.ss Wright Corp
.1
33,700
Class A
156 Cushmans Sons 7% pref.. 100
60
8% preferred
*
5,986 Cutler-Hammer, lnc
*
l6,100 Davega Stores Corp
.5

"7", 700

Sale

Sale

6

.

2,125
Preferred..
6,100 Cudahy Packing
Curtiss Aeropl

Sale

15

70 Crown W1I P 1st pf

960 Crown Zellerbach vtc
6,360 Crucible Steel of Amer
3,670
Preferred
10,500 Cuba Co (The)
34,506 Cuban American Sugar

1,200

Sale

39%
4%

*

Preferi ed

5,600

600

Sale

36%

43,160 Crown Cor'. 8c Seal

24,000
2,100

9§*
9?*

Sale

%
36%

2%

77%
17%
35%
10%
2%

Mar.
2
Mar. 31

9

41

27%
2%
3
6% Sale
40% Sale
89
91
3
Sale
5% Sale
96% 100
%
%
1%
1%

^
Sale
c

54% Sale
25
100 137% Sale
4
Sale
•
25
Sale
._*

5,700 Crosley Radio

~3",666

4
11

40

100

Crex Carpet

Jan.

7% Jan.

16
16
17
17
1
3
1

2%
32%
6%
18%

2

Mar.

4

39

*

Shares..

1,636

180

48

Sale

*
20
*
*

59,300
3,400

a7% Mar
7
Mar

36

"2%

1
_.*

Preferred

33

41

100

Consolidated Gas

12

23% Feb. 27
6% Mar. 27

3

9% Mar.

Sale
40

4

44

9,300
245,000
5,000
6,000
103,000

18
5

55% Jan.

180

warrants

11

Jan.
Jan.

55

Sale

4

970

Industry

Jan.

13% Mar. 16
33% Mar. 16
8
Mar. 15

Mar. 17
3 24
1 111% Mar. 2
111% Mar.
1
1

Mar.
111% Mar.
111% Mar.
*93
Mar.

*18

Sale
10

67

47%

"""70

x

2

Mar. 31

55%

Consolidated Cigar....

3,100

pref

4

Mar. 15

11

6

3

Sale

6%

1,000

Prior

Jan.

Feb.

Mar. 15.

Sale

stamped.

Consul Film

Mar.

4% Mar. 1
Mar. 22
18% Mar. 22
18% Mar. 21
70
Mar. 24

110

170

19%
111%
111%
94%

20

27

Mar. 16

7?
Mar. 30
13
49% Mar. 311 81
3% Feb. 28
5

Mar. 17
Mar.
3
4% Mar. 16,

16

18%
Sale

*

32,800
105,500
781,700
25,600

2

Feb.

46

59

Sale

19%
19%

645

2,666

Feb.

90

Mar. 16

Sale

16

19%

71,121

"

Mar. 15

*88

65

4%

Sale

Sale

18

145

preferred (6%)

28

Mar. 16

6

10% Feb. 21
4
Mar. 31

«VA
24

17,900

4% preferred

Feb.

2*

Mar. 15

Sale

Conn Railway 8c Lighting

4

15

13%

7

Sale

70

10

16

Jan.
Jan.

11

Sale

Sale

....

11

1

Mar. 31

6%

Sale

Sale

906 Congress Cigar.

12

Jan.

49

73% Jan.
44% Jan.

45% Mar. 17

24% Mar. 2
6% Mar. 27
1% Mar. 24
22
Mar. 24

74%

100

Jan.

9

Mar. 15

26%

Sale

Conde-Nast Public'ns

4

11

Sale

25
100

27,300'Congoleum-Nalrn Inc.

17

17% Jan.
12% Jan.
*52% Feb.

11

9

..25

475^600 Commercial Solvents

Feb.

7% Jan. 21
8% Feb. 17
9% Mar. 31

60

59

Preferred B.
1st preferred

""7", 200

18
10

4

4

Preferred 7%

226",300

20% Jan.
20% Feb.

3

Mar. 30

Sale

800

100
*

3% Jan. 19
Jan. 12
10% Mar. 16
1% Mar. 17
5
Feb.
2

Mar. 18

65%
10%

2,686
3,136

preferred

11

Mar. 16

63

Mar.

90

Mar. 15

2 288

4

Jan.

3
23

Mar.
Jan.

10

11

% Feb.

Mar.

5

5% Mar. 15
13% Mar. 16

Mar. 24

11

Mar. 17

1

% Feb.
% Mar.
1% Jan.

% Mar. 15

Jan.

9

49% Mar. 31
3% Mar. 2

260

Warrants

45

Mar. 16

16

9% Mar. 16

7

1,410
1,500

Convertible

46

Mar. 22

1

Sale

20

50

6%% preferred

Mar. 16

45

.Tan.

60

45

18%
18%

2,300

48

Sale

24%

100

10%

Mar. 171

Jan.

52% Mar. 16

7% Mar.
7% Mar.

Sale

4%

Sale

*

Preferred

7

Mar. 16

9%

6

Sale

422,316 Commonwealth & Southern *

Comm Inv Trust

Mar. 15

12

Sale

Sale

142,666 Columbian Carbon
. .*
12,606 Columbia Pictures Corp vtc*

Mar. 16

24

Sale

Mar. 16'

9

3
3

9% Mar. 311

16
16
16
1
25

6% Mar. 17

Mar. 28

14% Jan.

4

81

Sale

90

8

1

3% Mar. 15
Mar. 15,
7
8% Mar. 211

10

Sale

3%

18
26

Jan.
9
Mar. 27

5%

19
Mar. 3
20% Mar. 16

2

5

Sale

49%
3%

4

Mar. 29
Mar. 22
% Mar. .1
% Mar. 15

46

48%

100

Class A

133
7

Sale
Sale

8

Iff
70%

9,000 Columbia G 8c El PreferredlOO
424,775
Common
*

26,306
Preferred
30,366 Commercial Credit

45%

45

140%
Sale

100

Preferred

12%
100
Sale

2%

?

1
Mar. 28

7% Mar.
7% Mar.

1%
4%
10%
90% 100
82% Sale
45% Sale

14

52

Mar.

7

2*
1!*

»"
17

16

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.

2% Mar.
5% Feb.
6% Jan.
5
Mar.
2
Feb.

2

45

37

5%
4%
%
%
1%

Mar. 24

2% Mar. 31
6
Mar.
1
7
Mar.
1
5
Mar. 2

Sale

45

*
*

15% Mar.

41

16
16

10% Mar. 16
1% Mar. 17
4
Mar. 27

2

46

45

«.

...

Sale

Mar.

16

2% Mar.
58

Mar. 27

12

2% Sale
5%
6
7
Sale
9% Sale
2% Sale
7
9
8 % Sale
7%
9%

9

9%

100

4%
25%
30%

Mar. 16

23

1

1
4

Sale

Sale

8

9

.5

14

Mar. 171

1

17% Mar. 2
2% Mar. 29
55
Mar. 16

Sale

Sale

Sale

5

25

Preferred

20,600

2

i0

Sale

6
2

43,900 Colgate-Palmollve-Peet Co..*
5,600
Preferred
100
9,960 Collins & Alkman

"2",606

Sale

17%

Sale

7

17,700
1,300
2,000

115,000
31,400
2,000
143,700
6,300
7,100
3,000

2
5% Mar. 15
% Mar. 15

5% Mar.

Sale

2%

Sale

6

Coca-Cola Internat Corp—*

11,600;

1

4

3%

.

18",400

Mar.

52% Mar.
54
Mar.
9% Mar.
6% Mar.

1

41

52%
8%
1%

18
Sale
16% Sale

1834
Sale

15

Voting trust certificates..*
Class A
*

100

31% Mar.

Sale

21%

4%

360 Clark Equipment
_.*
2,966 Cluett, Peabody & Co..
•
216
Preferred
,..100
67,100 Coca-Cola Co (The)
*
7
8,600
Class A
•

"""266

Sale

12%
%
3%
3%
11%

Feb. 25
Feb.
2
Feb. 24
Jan. 18
Feb. 27
Feb. 27
Mar. 2
Feb. 27
Mar. 15
Feb. 4
Jan.
5
Jan.
3
Feb.
3
Feb. 27
Jan.
4

7%

11% Mar. 25
18
Mar. 16
6% Mar. 17

"T%

1%

1

7

100

756 City Investing

3,300

5%
%
%
1%

17% Sale
3%
2%
58
52%
6% Sale

3

*j

15,900.City Ice 8c Fuel
1,7301 Preferred

100
10

T%

•
*
*
10
*

4,300,ChIckasha Cotton OH
8,400,Childs Co

230

3*

17%

2,260 ,Chlcago Yellow Cab

570

3,000
2,900

4%
%

1*

4

13,900 Chicago Pneum Tool
4,260
Convertible preferred

900

1%

634

New...

206,500 Chesapeake Corp

6,700

Sale

Sale

7% Mar. 2
% Jan. 19
2
Feb. 27
2
Feb. 28

14

*

Checker Cab

"l"0",900

8,266
49,200

6

62

..100

7% preferred

300

100

Sale

Sale

its

2% Mar. 16
7% Mar. 2
Mar. 1
5% Mar. 31

A*

43%
47%
7%
5%
%

Sale

Sale

6%
8%
%

Certain-Teed Prod

5,500

15
41

50%

12% Mar. 16
% Mar. 16
3% Mar. 16
3
Mar. 17

1

15

32

32%

Sale

41

47

100

4%

Mar.

2

*9% Sale
16
15%
5% Sale

Sale

4

30

24%

43,200 Central Agutrre Associates.*
*
2,900 Century Ribbon Mills
Preferred
100
641
*
117,500 Cerro de Pasco Copp

21,800

7

3

3

Sale

il*

16

2* Sale^

a

1%

Sale

Voting trust certificates.
Preferred..........

Sale

7% Mar. 2
% Mar. 29

Sale

10

Sale

2*

534

3

•

100

8%

<

a

14

Corp of America..

480

!

Sale

Highest.
Snip Prices

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Prices

Sale

Ask

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Sale

*8%

100
100
*

500 Celotez Co

300

Ask

Bid.

Loicesi.

Highest.

Lowest.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.
Par.

Shares.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

AGGREGATE SALES.

Feb. 27
Feb. 14
Feb. 27
Mar.

Jan.

13
13

Jan.

6

Jan.

9

Feb.
Feb.

2
1

30
Feb.
3

8% Jan.
6

4% Jan.

10

2% Jan.

20

Mar. 17

9%
71% Jan.
13

Jan.

90

Jan.

19% Jan.
28

Jan.

5

6
17
9
26

6
15% Feb.
15% Jan. 11
13% Jan. 26
Jan.

5

3% Feb.

9

8

April, 1933.]

N. Y. STOCK

AGGREGATE SALES
In

Shares

85,600

'

215,000

"""loo

"~l"206

lac
Dunhfll
Int

Duplitn

7,900
128,018
280

2,200
400

March 1.

Ask.

...100

Rolling, Mills.

Eastman Kodak Co. of n. j.*

Sale

10

180S

Sale

100

1$

15,400 Eaton Mfg. Co.
*
725,600 r 1 duP de Nem 8c Co
20
12,500
b% cuinul preferred.... 100
2,700 Eitlngon Schtld..

5%

6h%

20

650

1st

100

pref
Auto-Lite (The)

conv

197,200 Electric

5,600

..........

5

Preferred

15,400 Electric

100

Boat:

.

.

3

...

i3oI«
6*

88
Sale

45,700

7,700
3,800

41,600
156,400
21,200
14,500

American

Sale

IS*
70

Elec Power & Light..

6k
_.._*

(6)

14", 900

Elec Storage Battel jr.
100 Elk Horn Coal Corp

22

....

.

Preferred.

50

Emerson-Brant cl a
Class

200

1,100

100

s5

preferred

4,300

400

700
40

$5.50 preferred

20

9701
490

600

5.400

2,400
9,100

24

Sale

34

3k

100

60

25

*
100

1

"l'ioo
7,100
28,500
300

20,900
280

Sale

lk!

h

Sale

.

760

250

291,100
24,800
82,800
10,700

550

,

Gen

...5

8,300
500

1,000

100

7

lk
,_*

*

...

100

Electric.....

*
10

.......

Foods
Gen Gas jt Elec cl a...
Class b

.*

•
*

•_..*
•

100

Motors Corp,

10

Preferred (5). 1.

*

a

•

610 General Printing Ink
Preferred

...

.*

210

*

Preferred..

*

1

_.|0«

18,300 Gen Realty 8c Utilities Corp.*
3,100
Preferred
4,400 General Refractories
430 Gen Steel Castings pref
...

65,000
1,700
14,550
1,000
3,600
13,700
31,700
100

20,966
600

113,200
6,700
9,600

Gen Theatre Eq v t c

237,100 Gillette Safety Raxor
14,700
Convertible preferred
49,420 Glmbel Brothers
1,800
7% preferred
12,800 Gildden Co (The)

290

660

7%

*
*

2k

Mar.

27

Jan.

12

Jan.

3
11

10

1

Jan.

4

324 Mar. 17

Feb.

45

Feb.

9

1

Feb.

23

23

324 Jan. 26
1534 Mar. 17

Feb.

25
27

1

Feb.

6

Feb.

23

4

Feb.

17

41

15

5

54

9t

Mar. 22

8134 Feb.
934 Feb.

Feb.

19k
2334
234
134
334
18k
734

Mar. 16

Mar. 23

86

Mar. 31
Feb.

5

15

934 Feb. 15
1034 Jan. 20

Alar. 30
Alar.
3

24 Alar. 16
24 Feb. 27
IX Feb. 25
1034 Mar. 27

Mar.

334 Mar. 16

8

7

1

Alar. 16

124 Mar. 15
203a Mar. 20
2434 Mar. 16
13
Alar.16
534 Alar. 17
134 Alar. 1

Alar.
Alar.
Alar.

8

11

Jan.

4

Mar. 28
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

27
5

11

Jan.

16

Mar.

1454 Jan.
6324 Jan.

12

42
43

Alar.

56

13

Jan*

Sale

»

...

.100

ex-warrants..100
Gould Coupler "a"..
•(

2
Alar. 29

48

Alar. 17
Alar. 15

Alar.
Alar.
Alar.
Alar.
Mar.
Alar.
Alar.

Mar. 17
l1 16
30 10534 Alar.
1
334 Alar. 15
234 Alar. 18
Alar. 16
30. 12
Alar. 16
30
4
Alar. 15
30 32

Mar.

13

9924
2k
lk
6k
2k
29k
100

*434
55

2' 20k Alar. 16
3
7 34 Alar. 16

1324 Alar.
4 k Alar.

15'104

Alar. 29

16

Alar.16

30
31

1134
1134
2234
24

Mar.
Alar. 16
1
Alar.
1
Alar.

1124 Alar. 2
28 k Alar. 16

13

20

13

Alar.

13

9

19

4

X

3

Alar.

4

Jan.

27

Jan.

5

Sale

Sale

95
Sale

94
Sale

Sale

Sale

Mar. 30
2
Alar.

Feb.

27

9

Jan.

10

4

Jan.

19

1

Feb.

634 Jan.

Feb.

27-

23

13

9924
234
1 k
634
2k
29
100

Alar. 20
2
Alar. 16

6
Feb.
Mar. 31
Alar. 30
Feb. 27
3

Mar. 15

1034 Feb. 24
1134 Mar. 16
Feb.

k Mar.

1

Jan.

30

10k Jan.
Feb.

4k
24k
3534
9234

Feb. 25
9
Jan.
Mar. 3
Alar. 28

15

10

Feb.

55 X
Sale
Sale

6534
234
534
3k

Alar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

31

Mar. 18

31

Mar. 18

82

101x

75

Sale

6

5k
3k

Sale

5k

5

30

5

43

2k

3

17

77 k

Sale

5*

Sale

7k
3k

it*

12

Sale

Sale
18

2
2

Alar. 29

34 Alar.
6

Alar. 29

234 Alar.
10

1
3

Alar. 16

Sale"

I§ 34 ~AIar.

Sale

67
Sale

62

Alar.

k
5k
3?4
4934

1
Alar.
1
Alar.
2
Alar.
Mar. 16

IX
8

Sale

50
o

234 Alar.
1524 Alar.

62

3A

Sale

104 k

31

3

Sale

3

Alar.

12

Alar.

Alar. 18

424 Mar. 16
1924 Alar.16
75

Alar. 29

Mar. 15
Alar. 18
4 k Alar. 17
15
Alar. 24

7*

52

27
3
1

9
4

234 Feb.

21

13 k Jan.

3

6924
24
534
234
924

Jan.

Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.

11
16
19

27
17

"1224 Feb"." 24

1734 Mar.
6834 Mar.
124 Mar.
724 Alar.
634 Alar.

62

Alar.

1

434 Alar.
1634 Mar.
101 k 10134 Alar. 15 10134 Alar.

Mar.

k
5k
3 k
4934

3

Sale

31

55

9
Feb.
1
Mar.
Mar.
2
Mar. 16

3

4

i!§*
BM

2!g

Sale

3

Alar.

6

Sale

13 X
Sale

9

Mar.

10

Mar.

1424
1734
3934
1324

Sale
30
Sale
58

Sale
Sale

j.

5;8

27k Alar.
834 Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Alar.
Mar.

3

16

16

16

6

Jan. 12
Mar. 16
Jan.

3

11
23
11
16

42

Mar. 16
Jan. 10

98

1424 Jan.
77 k Jan.
334 Feb.
5k Feb.

5k Jan.
40

Jan.

2

11
11
10
3

11
5

4k Mar. 16

??*
7*
if*

Feb.
Feb.

Jan.

1

6

11
11

Jan.
Jan. 11
Mar. 24

20 k Jan
Jan

75

124 Mai
934 Jan
634 Alai
5634 Jan
424 Jan
1624 Jan,

16

18 103

Feb. 28
Feb. 27
Alar.
2
Mar. 31

11

Jan.

27

9
9k
27k
834

25

Jan.

Jan.

Feb.

2

Feb.
Jan.

Alar.

Feb.

Mar.

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

14 k

Jan.

3

Alar. 17
Mar. 15

25

12

16

6

Feb.

100

Alar. 16

10

Feb.

Mk
Sale

Feb.
Jan.

3k Jan. 12
2k Mar. 18
12

4

42
3
Mar.
Alar. 23
Alar. 28 94
14 34 Alar.16
1
Mar.
Mar. 3 7134 Alar. 16
1 •Y224 Alar.
1
Mar.
1
Alar.
534 Alar. 1
5
Alar. 18
Alar.15

k

Mar. 16
Jan. 10

2024 Mar. 16
724 Jan. 11

24

Sale

68

6
12

Jan.
3
16
Alar. 17
Alar. 30 10534 Jan. 26

Jan.

21

11

Feb.

Alar. 16
734 Jan. 17
124 Jan. 26
9
Jan. 27

20

1324 Feb. 28
424 Alar. 3

Jan.

13

""2 kFeb"" 28 "4k
42

Alar. 18
Alar. 27

Jan.

4

9

2534
3534
9234
1034
6534
234
534
334

2524 Alar.

8

97

1324 Alar.
l! 21
k Mar. 29
234
12
Jan. 24' 2324
1634 Feb. 28 2624

3

3

7
28

10

7

93 k
10 k

63

2

1

25 X
36 k

2

134 Alar.

Feb".
Feb.

234 Feb.
624 Alar. 271
624
434 Feb. 28 1034
3234 Feb.
71 40

Mar. 16

uk
ilk Sale
22 34 Sale
x Sale
5
ik

•

;.*

...

6k

112
Sale

Sale

Preferred

55

Sale

3
Sale

30
ioo k

Sale

6,300
7% preferred
100
320,100 Goodyear t & r
21,800
1st preferred
_...*
26,000 Gotham Silk Hosiery..
•




Mar.

21

Alar.

4

\v*

o

*
prior preferred.....100

Gold a Stock Telegraph..100
64,000 Goodrich <l f)
•

No par value

Jan.

424 Feb.
134 Jan.

734 Feb. 27

434 Alar. 18
634 Alar. 27
9>s Mar. 16

Alar.

10

Sale

100

Preferred.

Mar. 18

k Jan.

13k Mar. 16
51 k Mar. 16

16k Alar.

5H
lk

1854
5k
13 k

"14 k Sale'

....

30,200 Gobel (Adolf)
78,900 Gold Dust certificates
1,100
Preferred

______

Sale

Sale

...

110

4

11

224 Alar.
33

6

*4924 Mar.

2k Mar.
13X Alar.
k Mar.
14

Sale

16,700 General Public Service
42,200 General Ry Signal..
50

12

ll

35

Jan.

7 34

19
Sale

47

13X Sale
3

6,100 Gen Outdoor Advertising...*

10

10

1924 Mar.

1

"3k Sale" ~"2k~ma£

Sale

105 k

.........

Conv preferred a..
2,650
500|General Italian Edison
76,600 General Mills
5,300
Preferred

30

7,300
9,000

k

*

*

190

6
11
12

38

Mar.

24 Mar.

3

2k Alar.
1624 Alar.
734 Alar.

Alar.
Mar.

lk

5

*

3,500

.

7

50
Sale

Preferred a (7)

21,200

Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

89

Sale

4

Sale

Preferred a (8)

300

4

50

3k Alar.
6k Alar.
424 Alar.

10

5

General

1,642,100 Gen

4k
7k
Sale
87 3-2
2k
Sale

13

3 k

330

700

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

10834 Mar. 16
934 Jan. 11
3134 Jan. 24

234 Alar. 31

8
85

21

14

1,750

559,500
4,800
1,600

2024
2224
2634
634

10

234 Mar.

9k Alar.

1

37 k

.......

Special

.

6k
6k
2534
2k
16 k

*

30
100

3

•

"l",220
300

42
43

*

Inc

Feb.

8k Mar.

Mar. 30
Mar.
3
Mar. 31

32

Feb.

4

x

Sale

•

Preferred (7)....

General

5

2534 Jan.
34 Jan.

Feb.

107

Mar.

...5

a

Cigar

4

18

Sale

Sale

*

Prefeired 7%
Class

3

k Mar.
k Alar.
124 Mar.
10k Mar.
5
Alar,

10

-—

Preferred

Cable

3k Mar.
1534 Mar.
24 Alar.

81

7k

Gen American Investors

General

5

13 k

83 34

preferred....

Preferred

1

7k Mar.

62 34

*

11,000 General Bronxe
3,200
2,090
2,300
9,800
1,010
747,800
71,100
255,000
47,600

11

Jan.

100

168,400 Gen Amer Tank Car
16,100 General Asphalt
72,800 General Baking Co

520

23,300

.16

......100

Co (The).
Gardner Motor ;

900

Jan.

100

..

.

Preferred 6%
Follansbee Bros

2d

5
27

Jan.

•

■

1,110 Gamewell

27", 500

250

1,400
2,600

Sale

1,400 Gabriel Co (TheV Class a...*

600

2,600
2,200

1

130
7% conv preferred.
2,500;Foundation Co.
24,500iFourth Nafl Investors
1
63,100.Fox Film "a"
*
1,125 Franklin Simon pref
10"
97,000 Freeport Texas Co
....10
1,540 Fuller Co prior pref
.*

180

4,300
18,000

2k

100

.

Alar. 25

21 k

.......*

Preferred

34
l_

Mar.

15

Sale

330

3

41

•
...

Mar.

k Mar.

Sale

Sale

"

69,200

8%

2k Mar. 23
11

6k
10 k
6k

*

Screw Works
Federal Water Service a..

17,200jFoster-Wheeler...

400

9^,800

2

2,000
__...*
100'Food Machinery Corp.
*

120

124
724
2034
1824

16

Feb.

5k
3k

45

900 Florstieim Shoe class a

9,900

Feb.

3

IX
2k
ilk

100

Federal

i

Mar. 25

k

534
3k'
13k
_

.

•

2k
i 34
24'
X

3

100

First preferred.
First preferred conv

100

21 k
22^4
2654
6k

25
Sale

12,400 Firestone Tire fc Rubber.. 10
9,400
Preferred series a
100
40,600 First National Stores.
•

500

14

27

26

18,

Sale

...100

.

Mar.

Sale

Park Assn.

Flsk Rubber

32

Sale

7
Sale

A*

100

Sons

Mar. 21

Sale

33

•

320

Feb.

21

Jan.

Mar. 29

124 Alar. 18

Mar. 31
Feb. 27

7

Aiar."l5

24
2
Mar.
Mar.
3
Mar. 23 23k Mar. 2
Mar. 2 2654 Mar. 2
Mar.
27, *854 Mar. 15
4
Mar. 31
4k Mar. 1
1
Mar. 15
x Mar.
10
Mar.
10
Mar.
1
2k Mar.
3k Mar. 17

*

Federal Motor Truck

60}

1

11

Mar. 16

4*
IVA

Jan.

8

Jan.

43

34 Jan.

30

31

Mining & Smelt..100

Fllene't

*253*

11624 108X Mar. 16 108X Mar. 16
Sale
4k Mar. 31
7k Mar. 17

Fidelity Phenix Fire Ins.2.50
330 Fifth Avenue Bus Sec Corp.*

300

3

106

334 Feb.

Mar. 16,
1224 Mar. 16|

*

Preferred

2,200
2,500
18,800
41,428

Mar."

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.

16

Mar. 20

6

Mar.

1

k

Preferred

400

22k

130

Mar.

1134 Mar.
7834 Mar.

IX Mar. 15
6k Mar. 16

7k Mar. 30

Sale

4

15

5

Preferred

1,000 Federal

8

25

2,900 Federated Departm't Stores.*

5,700
15.528

7k

7

4,600 Federal Light 8c Traction..15

160

i1

1
Mar. 31

6124 Jan.

Feb.

334
32 34
9934
k

lk Mar. 18

3

lk Mar.
3k Mar.
8

2224

700

1,000

Sale
Sale
Sale

25 X
30

470
300

"""900

IX

lk

120

Mar. 16
3110354 Mar. 17
Mar. 15
15
Ak
29
4
Mar. 29
28
14 x Mar. 15
80
29
Mar. 22

*

Preferred

700, Fashion

7*
Sale

Mar. 20

43

2

3

Jan. 30
14 34 Jan. 23
234 Mar. 23

5034 Feb.

5k Mar. 16

3.

9924 Mar.
54 Mar.
4
Mar,
11X Mar.
78k Mar.
1
Mar.

26

.

Pref ctfs of deposit
"2", 100 Fairbanks Morse & Co..
330
7% preferred

300

Mar. 16 130

324 Mar.
32 k Mar.

*

Fairbanks Co

20

125

12

Jan.

102

934 Feb.
134 Mar.

IX Mar. 30,
2k Mar, 23
5034 Mar. 2 61 k Mar. 16

3 X

108 X

*

310 Exchange Buffet Corp
1,100 Pair (The) Co
140
Preferred

400

2

Sale
126
Sale

*

$6 cum preferred
1,400
12,020 Equitable Office Bldg
3,000 Eureka Vacuum Clean
3,200 Evans Products Co

300

Mar.

15

*

...100

1,600

1,600

99

3

k

Pub Service......*

conv

Mar. 27:10034 Mar.

k

..50

Preferred

5,300 Engineers

500

99

98x

Prices

3834 Jan.

.....*

3,600 Endicott-Johnson

100

Mar. 31

Sale

*

b

Emporium Capwell Corp
600

10

Sale

Sale"

23X
.....

34

Mar. 31

8

Sale

824 Sale

2354
*

*

10

"IX

Rights

~6~, 400

700
100

15

Mar. 31

83

IX

10

14

10

Sale

ilk

3

1534 Sale

Preferred

Mar. 16

2k

Ik Sale
k Sale

Sale

Preferred certificates..

37

83

1

154 Sale

shares..

Mar. 31

H

7V*

Elec 8c Musical Ind—

8,700

4k
34

Sale

k
4k

Sale

83 34

52 k

100

%

Highest.

29

IX
Sale

115

8

Lowest.

Prices.

10

100

Sale

18
1

10034

51

Sale

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

Sale Prices.
29
Mar. 31

84 k
85 k

11034
3k
*33 k Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

10

9k
IX

Sale

Lowest.

Ask.

k

14

sih 101 k

13

RANGE SINCE JAN.
1.

Sale

1

h
101*

March 31.

Ask. Bid.
Sale
29 k

32

120 h

Preferred.

100

Bid.

Sale

36M

100

100

75,400

Eastern

Bid.

*

()u(|uenne Light 1st pref._i00
157 Durham Hob Mllla pref_..100

170

Jan. 3
1933.

........

Silk..

'2.110

36,800
3,500
271,700

par.

Drug

Preferred........

"""280

"7", 166

n. y. stock exchange

35

PRICES IN MARCH.

Price

Jan. 1.

Shares.

STOCKS.

Since

March.

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

Jan

634 Jan.
1834 Jan.
1854 Jan.

12

45

Jan.

12

1354 Jan.

5

12
12

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

Price

N. T. STOCK KXCH ANGUS

Jan. 3

Shares.

P

Granby Cons M S 8c
Grand

(F & W) Stores

5

Sale

5

Sale

Grand Union Co trust

8,800
4,200
1,000
18,600
34,900
112,400
1,250

Steel

Grant (W T).
Great Northern Ir ore
Preferred

12%

*
*
prop.*

Sale

20

7

6%

Sale

*
100

Preferred

20

Sale

13,200
290

....25
.....25

Preferred

630

Hahn

20,400
3,100

A

Department

Preferred

260
30

60

700
1,600

Prices.

2% Jan. 11
6% Mar. 16

1

100

preferred

6%%

;
5,600 Hayes Body
5,700 Helme (G W)
30
7% preferred
1,300 Hercules Motors.

7,900
1,390
10,600
5,400

12"406

...

Conv

preferred
Co class A._

900

3,900

Preferred

3,300 Indian Refining
114,600 Industrial Rayon Corp
38,300 Ingersoll-Rand
6% preferred.

"8,666

Inland

500

Sale

110

5

8%

^
13

1
1

50
Sale

*

19,100 Kelsey-Hayes Wheel
500 Chase Nat Bank ctfs of dep
Convertible

100

Conv class B_.

420 Kendall Co part

♦
*

-*

300 Kinney (G R).

8% preferred.......
._.*
194,100 Kresge (S S) Co . ......... 10
7% preferred
100
513
210

*
10
8% preferred ....... ....100
*
2,900 Kress (S H) 8c Co
378,900 Kreuger & Toll Co (Amer ctfs)
Kroger Grocery 8c Bak
*
112,200
........100
400 Laclede Gas..
420 Kresge Dept Stores..

...100

Preferred

80

*

75,400 Lambert Co (The)
200 Lane Bryant
12,200 Lea Rubber 8c Tire....

value,

x

Ex-divldend

V

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

7
3% Jan.
4% Mar. 16
3%
3
Mar. 16
2% Mar.
174
Jan.
17 174
Mar. 28 145
2%
1
Mar.
2,
1% Mar. 16
6
5
Feb.
15
5% Mar. 15
47
Mar. 22 51%
22
50
Mar.
1
3
15%
8% Mar.
3
13% Mar. 16
3%
1 % Feb.
2!
3
Mar. 16
10
11 10
Mar. 16
5% Jan.
3
Feb.
1!
4% Mar. 16
3
1% Mar.
2% Mar. 15
2

Mar. 17
Mar. 16!

3%
15
Sale
85%
92
3% Sale
1%
1%
1

7% Sale
75
2%
3
%
1%

70

Mar.
Mar.

15% Mar. 16
3% Mar. 16
1|
2% Mar.

2

2% Mar.

Sale
1

3
Sale

3%
7%

5

i\y*
92

Mar.

Sale

6% Mar.
% Mar.

8
Sale
Sale

Sale

8

14% Mar.
85% Mar.
2% Mar.

4

16

14

26% Sale
10%
12%
24%
25
5% Sale
1%
.1%
20

28%
13%

Sale
29

15%

Sale
5% Sale
1% Sale
12% -50

30%

Mar. 16
Mar.

25

2

Mar. 15

5

39% Mar. 2
13% Mar. 28
26
Mar.
2
10
Mar. 2
24% Mar. 2
5% Mar.
1
1% Mar. 2

43

9% Mar. 16
Mar. 16
4% Mar. 3

2

...5

Ex-Rights,

10

Jan.

27
12
11
11

Jan.
Jan.

11

Jan.

11

20

Mar. 271
% Mar. 15
% Mar. 16
3% Mar. 16
Mar. 15
Mar. 22

17% Mar. 16
29% Mar. 16
18
Mar. 16
35
Mar. Ml
8% Mar. 16!
2% Mar. 17

4

12
16
10
16
3
12
24
24
10
9
16
10
6
Jan.
5
4% Jan. 11
25% Mar. 16

Jan.
3% Mar.
4% Jan.
2% Jan.
1 % Jan,
3% Jan.
1% Mar.
6% Mar.
97% Jan.
4% Feb.
9% Mar.
% Jan.

16

3

6% Jan.

4*
Vi

4
Feb. 14
% Jan. 18
Jan.
6
2

Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

Feb.
Mar.

Feb.

1% Mar.

Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Jan.
Jan.

25
11

Mar. 15
Jan.

28
23
28
3
25
2
28
2

10

4% Jan.

Mar. 22

3

11

Mar. 18

2

11

Mar.

Mar. 16

92

5

Jan.

38%
13%
24%
9%

6

9
11

17

Jan.

Mar. 16

38% Feb.
31% Jan.

6% Feb. 27
72

Jan.
Jan.

2% Mar. 31
1% Jan.
4

1

16

5

Mar. 15

43

Mar. 22

9
18% Jan.
29% Mar. 16
18

Mar. 16

40

Jan.

8% Jan.
2% Jan.

24
11
11

20

20

3%
13%

13

Jan.

Jan.

28
16
2
27
27
3
28

Jan.

80

16!

84

5

43

42

15

15!

Jan.

30
18

Mar. 28

2

27
25
27
29
21
1

75% Feb.
2% Jan.
6% Mar.
% Feb.
3% Feb.
2% Jan.
13% Feb.

Mar. 18

15
23
27
2
15
22

3%

39%

3, 92
3ll
4%

6% Mar.
Mar.
3
Mar.
1
Mar.
% Mar.
% Mar.
2% Mar.

75

%
2%

3

2

21

1

%
%

Mar. 16
Mar.

3% Mar. 15
25% Mar. 16

1% Mar.

4%

3

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

2!

Mar. 22
3% Mar. 15

Sale
82

4%

4

1%

75

2%

Mar. 16

2

3

%
4%

5

6% Mar. 24

lj 97
2

2%
1%

%
2%

Mar. 15

76% Mar.

Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

2

Mar.

Mar.

89
Sale

%
3%

2%
1%
%
2%
%

12

15!
in
Mar. 16
58 Mar. 24

1

6%
87

Jan.

% Jan.
7
Jan.

% Mar. 23
6
Mar. 2
1 % Feb. 25
27% Mar. 2
19% Feb. 27

Mar. 221

1% Mar.
% Mar.
2% Mar.

1%

*8
2%
1%

12

Jan.

m

2 36% Mar. 16'
1! 29
Mar 16

Sale

3%
15%

3% Mar. 18
Mar. 20
85
Mar. 17

Mar. 18

Mar.

16

2

Mar. 17

24% Mar.
12% Mar.

25
14% Sale

23

62
Sale

54
40

106%
6%
2%
10

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

47
40

106

6% Mar.
2% Mar.

7%
3
17%

%

1%

25

10

11

16

20
11

Jan.
4
1% Jan. 20
Feb. 27
85
Mar. 17

Jan.
3% Mar.
Mar.
90
Jan.

1%

Feo. 27 28%
12% Mar. 2 23%
62
Mar. 24
1
50
Mar. 17
50
35
Feb.
106% Mar. 3 106
Mar. 31 110
8%
8% Mar. 15
6% Feb. 27
Mar. 18
3%
2% Mar. 15
14
Mar. 15
8
Jan. 26
1
3
1
Jan.
2
1% Mar. 16
% Mar. 2
2
1
9
% Jan.

28% Mar. 16,
Mar. 16

ll*

Mar. 17

23
47

il*

52%

8

Mar. 16

8

Mar. 16

6

18

3%

3% Sale
30%
35

9%

Sale

8

Sale

7

I*

11

I

6% Sale
90%
94
1

ll*

1%

30

26

25
27

4

33

3%

8% Sale
6

1%
5%
6

Mar. 27

7
Sale
7
Sale

Mar.

Sale

64
61

29% Sale
2%
6
5
Sale

14% Sale
70%
50
Sale
24% Sale
2
3>

45

3%

4>

1

Mar. 15

7%
6%
1%
5%
5%
88%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

10%

11

1
11
17
Mar. 15
Jan. 26
Jan. 12
Jan.
3

Feb.
Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

6
10
13

Jan.

11

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

6

3

Feb.

27

Mar.

2

Mar. 27

5% Mar.
37% Mar.

30

Jan.

10

27
Mar. 27
9
5% Jan.
37% Mar. 20

2
28
31
20
2
31

7%
6%
1%
4%
5%
88%

Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.

28

11% Mar. 16

28

10

2

11% Mar.
7% Mar.
1% Mar.
7

Mar.

8% Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

1

88% Sale

Mar. 22

94
1

Sale

27

Mar. 15

28% Mar.

3% Feb. 28

1

17% Sale
40

51%

Mar.
22% Mar.

2

3% Mar.

2

19% Mar.

25% Sale
1%
3%
4% Sale

51

50

Mar.

28% Mar.
6

Mar. 23

25

14

23
10
5
Jan. 14
2
Jan. 24
10
Jan. 23
29
Jan.
3
19% Mar. 16
Jan. 30
65
Jan. 16
61
34% Jan. 12
Feb.
8
3
6% Jan. 12
8

Jan.

10% Jan.
Mar. 2
Jan.
Mar. 31 100
Mar. 22
24

Jan.
Jan.

17

26

14% Feb. 28
50

Jan.

1% Mar. 31

27

60

80

45

1

13

Feb.

23

Jan.

14% Mar.

Jan

6

10
28

Sale

50

28

51

9

Jan.

2

2%
Sale
35

2

10

25

13

Feb.

% Jan.
% Feb.

Sale

1%
2
7% Sale
10% Sale
98
100
1%

Jan.
Feb.

51

7% Sale

17^

% Mar.

1

4% Sale
30
32%

10
27

Mar.

8

2

pref ser A.

Copper

2% Sale
1%
2
%
1%
2% Sale
%■
1
4%
5
76% Sale
3%
3%
6
6
%
3%
4

1%
*

Kimber ley-Clark

Mar.

Sale

1

...

Kelvinator Co

Kennecott

20

Class A

100

386,400
1,800

3%

%
37%

$6 preferred

Mar.
Mar.

20% Mar. 18
95% Feb.
6
57% Jan. 11
SO
Jan.
9

Feb. 27

15

87% Jan. 11
35% Mar. 29
67% Mar. 30

2

27% Mar.
20% Mar.

13%

2%
2%

1%

New

166

Sale

1

*

710

_

90

41

Certificates of deposit
6% pref ctf of deposit

56,000

Sale

13

28%
19% Sale
57%
59%

*

1,066 Kelly-Springfield Tire..

Mar.
Mar.

80

3%
Sale

85

100

Preferred

400

23%

12% Sale
2
Sale

25
..

16
28
16
16
30
20

.....

1,670 Jones & Laugh Steel pref. ICG
180 Kansas City Lt 1st pf Ser B * 106
8
15,100 Kayser(J) 8c Co
5
3
4,600 Kaufman Dept Stores ..$12.50
14
1,400 Kelth-Albee Orpheum pf.100

14,600

29

%
1%
%
%
%
%
2% Sale
3%
4%
42%
43
15
16
24% Sale
9%
12
32
34
7
Sale
2% Sale
27
20% Sale

8,600 Jewel Tea Inc
290

28%

80
6%

2

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

% Mar. 23
6
Mar. 2

7

2
Sale
20% Sale

Sale

67

f

1%

Sale
3
Sale
8% Sale
%
%
4%
6
2% Sale
21% Sale
78%
80
5% Sale
1%
1%

»
106

J
7

6

89

100
*
*
...100
warrants..100

145,066 Johns-Manville

Mar. 30

88

35% Mar. 29
67% Mar. 30

40
69%

Sale

30

Sale
Sale
1%
Sale
3
Sale
Sale

2%
3%
1%
1%
2%
1%

7
4% Feb.
3% Feb.
3% Feb. 17
3
Jan.
Jan. 11
18
Feb.
Jan. 31
52
45% Jan.
9% Mar. 16
6% Feb.
Mar. 16
52
48
Mar.
5
% Jan.
% Mar.
% Jan. 10
% Feb.
4
1% Jan.
% Mar.
6% Feb. 25
6% Mar.
Jan.
9
% Feb.
Mar. 16
80
69% Jan.
30 116% Mar. 30
116% Mar.
5% Jan. 18
3
Mar. 20

20% Mar. 18
94% Mar. 21
51% Mar. 16
75
Mar. 16

2

15% Mar.

Sale
88

80

2%
29

99
Sale

-*
•

Preferred

75

3

%

13

% Mar. 18

%
6%
1%
80
73
Mar. 27
116% Mar. 30 116%
3
3
Mar. 30

3%
'
5
2%
2%
3
156
Sale
171% Sale
163
1
1%
1%
1% Sale
5%
2%
5%
5%
2
47
47%
48
49% Sale
8%
Sale
11% Sale
9
1%
Sale
2% Sale
2
6%
o:8% Sale
6% Sale
3%
3 % Sale
Sale
3
1%
Sale
1%
2
1

Sale

*

1,900 Intertype Corp
6,600 Island Creek Coal

18,

% Mar. 16
6% Mar. 28
% Mar. 3

4

5

4%
2%

11%

92

•
*

15,200 International Salt.
8,200 International Shoe...
12,900 International Silver.
7%
preferred
3,690
401,500 Internat Tel 8c Tel
5,400 Interstate Dept Stores
Pref without

Sale

27%

463,500 Internat Nickel of Canada..*
Preferred
100
1,850
1,320 Internat Paper pref 7%..100
1,600 Internat Paper 8c Power cl A *
Class B
•
1,300
Class C
_•
5,200
Preferred
100
9,720
*
1,210 Internat Printing Ink
Preferred
100
360

Preferred

Sale

%

838.800 Internat Harvester,....
7% preferred
100
4,600
22,900 Internat Hydro-EIec Sys A..*
*
5,600 Internat Mercan Marine

140

6%
50%
14%

4%
2%

*

Preferred certificates

% Mar

65

XP

*
100

preferred

52

1%

72

Sale

*
*
*
Interlake Iron
*
Internat Agricultural....
*
Prior preferred
100
Int Business Machines
*
Internat Carriers Ltd
1

Conv

11
15

20

67%

Sale

...

Eng

48

Mar

%
%
1%

46%

Sale

Copper..20

Internat Combus

Mar
Mar

22

7
48

I

57

1%

Mar. 23
9% Mar. 16
Mar. 16

46

16%
85%

28

9%

15

95

38

6

Internat Cement

3% Mar. 18
3
Mar. 16

Mar. 16

50
Sale

8

55

50

2

13.500 Insuranshares Corp (Del)
8,835 Insuranshares Ctfs Inc
7,400 Intercontinental Rubber

9,400
5,600
1,700
44,200
16,800
18,100
18,300
3,000

46

92

1<S*

*

13,500 Inspiration Cons

iIM

48

2% Mar. 16
11% Mar. 17

3

3
20

Sale

*
100
...10

Steel

25

15% Sale

3% Sale
5%

10

Motocycle

Indian

130

3%

3%

1%

1
2

1

*

...

26%

3% Mar. 18

12

•

15

15

9

13% Feb.
9
Feb. 28 21% Jan.
5
7
Jan.
Feb. 27
Jan. 19 13% Mar. 31
94% Mar. 16
Jan.
3
9% Mar. 17
Feb. 28
ll% Jan.
5
Mar. 3
1
Mar. 31
Jan, 23
5
Feb. 24
Feb.. 24
5
Feb. 27 19% Jan.
3
Jan.
Jan. 16 28
18% Jan. 12
Mar. 18
12
Jan. 10 28% Jan.
2% Jan. 11
Feb. 28
14% Jan. 11
Mar. 2

5

1% Mar.
9% Mar.

Sale

1%
9

91

58*

6%
16%

27

26

%
%
2
5%
8
%
1
72
75
79
116%
117% 139
4
1
5%

88

78

*
Hollander (A) A Son
*
Homestake Mining
...100
Houdaille-Hershey cl B
*
Class A
*
Household Finance part pf 50
Houston Oil of Texas
.... 100
Voting trust certificates.25
Howe Sound vot trust ctfs--5

3,700
14,400
22,400
22,400
27,000 Hudson Motor Car
24,857 Hupp Motor Car Corp

Sale
17%

%
%
%
6%
%

Sale

82
55

—-*
*

16
17

7% Mar.
1' 13% Mar.
16% Mar. 30 20% Mar.
•15
Mar. 18
17% Mar.

6
10

.

16

Holland Furnace

1,800
28,300
11,400

7oll

66%
118% 139
7
5%

*
..100
*

Hershey Chocolate
Hoe (R) A

!&

*
25
100

...

Hercules Powder

Preferred

Sale

% Mar.
% Mar.

12

18%

50

h

3%
22%
11%
15%
5%
6%
72%
8%
%
%

28

6% Jan.
34% Jan.

Mar. 2
Mar. 1
Mar. 24

5% Mar. 16
Mar. 17
11% Mar. 24
Mar. 16
11 20
Mar. 16
l! 7
2
13% Mar. 31
28
94% Mar. 16
Mar. 17
17
j
9% Mar. 16
3
1%
Mar. 31
15
1
2

3%

Sale

7

1

%

...»

B

180 Hat Corp class A
170

12
46

11%
75

Sale

10

5

50

Mar.

9

Sale

3%

18

Mar.

9

85% Mar.

17

1

3

48
8

88

6%
%

3

4%
3%
19%

3

Corp class A

Hartman

Class

13

3%

10
Hamilton Watch
*
Preferred
....100
Hanna (M A) Co $7 pref....*
Harbison Walker Ref
*
Preferred 6%
.100

1,070
2,400

Sale

1%
10

Printing..

Hall

2,400

Sale

28

100

Sale

87

16% Mar.
5% Mar.

Sale
Sale

13

7% Sale
16%
21
16%
18%
26%
27
1% Sale
9%
10

19%

Stores...*

...

3

20

17%

preferred.......100

1st

7%

Hackensack Water

3,000

18%
5%

%

o%

5*
12

9%
17 %

3% Mar.

ll
22% Mar.
11% Mar. 24

26%
12%

% Sale

Sale

p

Gulf States Steel..

Sale
12

9

23

l

*




Sale

3%

4
Sale
13%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

72%
6%

..100
Copper..100

Guantanamo Sugar

4,100

3%
22 %
11%
16%
5%
9%

31

11

Great West Sug

40 Greene Cananea

No par

4

86

30

series.—-*

Conv preferred
Granite City

pf.100
ctfs._*

41,717 Grlgsby-Grunow Co

*

Sale

1% Feb. 27
3% Mar. 2

1% Mar. 15
6% Mar. 16,

1% Mar. 30
3% Mar. 2

1%

Silver Stores..;

Grand

2%

1
100

Motors

Graham-Paige

Bid.

Sale

Ask,

Bid.

Ask.
1% Sale
3%
4

Ask.

Bid.

Par.

V'".

.-I.

.

Highest.
Sale

Sale Prices.

Price

Sale

Prices

Sale

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.

62,700
8,500

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

i

PRICES IN MARCH.

STOCKS

Jan. 26
1
Mar.

22% Mar. 2
3
Feb. 28
3% Mar. 2

N. Y. STOCK

April, 1933.]
AGGREGATE SALES,
Since

March.

Price

Jan. 3

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.

•

2,100 Lehigh Portland Cem«nt._50

800

5%

....190

36 %

130

Preferred

630

7,600
1,300
57,100
10,000
16,600
6,700
2,200
19,000
308,900
1,600
4.700
64,100
213,900
7,600

800

16,300
4,000
6,000
2,100
500

4,300

77,600
700
800

46,700
79,000
2,100

Pink Product* Co.-5

Lehn &

Libby-Owens Ford

1,600
310,900
2,400

6,000

100

100

36,200
34,200
5,600
2,000
3,200
80
700

12,815
13,715
1,200
247,800
87,400
15,463
7,300
45,500
1.701
2,000

300

Loews

Incorporated....

Preferred.

1st

KM)

preferred

Loriilard (P) pref_........ 100

.........

Steel

100
_

_

♦

T.'i

.....

Convertible

Class

...100

6% preferred
Hill Pub Co..

_.*

Mclntyre Porcupine Mines..5
McKeeaport Tin Plate.
McKesson flc Bobbins..
Gonv

..5

pref series A......50

McLellan Stores class A
Preferred

100

22,600
1,300
3,600
10,600

24,600

"""300

""366

470

.*

Bros............

*

.

...*

Preferred

100

%
4%
%
%
1%
5%

7

%
%
1%
5%
%

%
1%
Sale
7

%
10% Sale

...100

8% preferred
...100
9,600 Miami Copper.... ..........5
Mid-Continent

Petroleum..*

Midland Steel Products.....*

oreferred

First

.....100

7

Sale

1%
4%
%

1%
5%
1

105

110

27

Preferred

.♦

....

....*
14,00) Mohawk Carpet Mtlls
21,966 Monsaato Chemical Wfcs...*
1,012,200 Montgomery Ward 8c Co .._..*
700 Morrell (J» 8c Co

3,200

Motor

*

33,800
3,360

Mulilns

Motor Wheel..............

Convertible

170,600
8,000

100

13

Sale

22

.

.

500

ill

Nash Motors Co..........

2

National Acme...........

Nat Air Transport
National Bellas Hess

.

25

%
12%
3%

14

preferred..

42,000 Murray Corp of America.
1,000 Myers (F B) 8c Bros

32,100
2,400

.....

%
%
Sale
3*i
3%
6
Sale

9%
3%

JQX
Sale

Sale

1%
39%
137%
7%
17%
%
1%
18%

2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

....

too

78,900 Nat Distillers Prod.......
$2.50 cum pref..
6,400

I40

25

26%

600 Nat Enamel 8c Stamp..... ..*

4

5%

1st

preferred..

......

100

2,400
2,355

National

184,800

Lead...........

*

ioo
100

Preferred

A.

Preferred

820

B............ too

860

Preferred

2%
Sale

82

51%
105%
80%

Sale

Sale

13%

Nat Power 8c Light......

66,800 National Steal...........
2,500 National Supply of Del.. -50

40

Mar.

3

37% Mar. 30
1% Feb. 24
% Feb. 28
19% Feb. 27

% Mar. 20
18

2% Mar. 17
3% Mar. 15
Mar. 16

46

Mar.

1%
3%
%
4%
9%

1

Mar. 16

6% Mar. 16
14% Mar. 28
16% Mar. 20

% Mar. 27

18

13%
25%
1%
5%
%

1% Mar.

2

Mar. 15

3

3% Mar. 15
1
21% Mar.
57% Mar. 16
Mar. 15

Mar., 2

3

Mar.
3
Mar. 3
Mar. 23
Mar.
1

6% Mar. 16

Mar.
1
Mar.
2
Mar. 30
Mar. 2
Mar.
2

7

6

Mar. 16

5% Mar. 20
Mar. 21

10

23% Mar. 16
35% Mar. 16
1% Mar. 24

8% Mar. 16
1% Mar. 16

.

Mar.

8

%
5%
6%
%
4%

Mar. 3
Mar. 31
Mar.
1
Mar. 30
Mar. 2

1%
3%

Sale

17

Sale

1%
4
Sale

9%
10
4% Sale

Sale

28
14
60

15

Mar.

Mar. 17

% Mar. 15
8

Mar. 16

1

18% Mar. 16
101% Mar. 31 101% Mar. 31
9% Mar. 2
13% Mar. 16

3% Mar.

2

Mar.

4% Mar. 17

1

16% Mar. 15
8% Mar.
1

17

Mar. 17

10

Mar. 16

1

31

5% Mar. 25

1
4

28

19% Jan.
6% Jan.

14% Mar. 28

Jan.

4

13

%
1%
2%
3%

Feb.

Mar.

3

Mar. 27
Jan. 13
Mar. 17
2
Feb.

Mar. 16
4
44% Jan.
1% Mar. 2

P
6

21% Jan.
3% Feb.
Feb.

18

3%
%
2%
9%
75

Mar. 3
Feb. 24
Jan. 16
Feb. 16
Feb.

13% Feb.
24% Feb.
1% Mar.
5% Mar.
% Feb.

9

27
25
30
2
15

6% Mar. 16
Jan.

2

Mar.

19
27
1

9

23% Mar. 16
35% Jan. 10
Jan.

2

10

8% Mar. 16
1% Jan.
6
4
J an. 25
Mar. 17

1

2% Mar. 16
3% Mar. 15
Jan.

8

31

% Mar. 16
11% Jan.
9
Jan.

11

1% Jan.

11

Mar. 16

% Feb.

16

18% Mar. 16

Jan. 20 103
Feb. 24 13%
Feb. 10
2%
Mar.
5%

15% Jan.
8% Feb.

25

Feb.

75

3

Jan.

8

100%
9%
1%
3%

3

Jan.

7

8

27

1

6

Mar. 15

3

27

Feb.

6

11

20
7
12
5
9

57% Mar. 16

% Feb. 28
4% Jan. 30
% Jan.
9
14

Feb.

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

17

Feb.

9

Feb. 10
Jan. 23
Jan. 13
Mar. 17

10% Jan. 11
5% Mar. 25

Mar. 15

32

Mar. 21

22

Jan.

28

Mar. 21

x9

Mar. 16

7

Feb.

24

9

Jan.

15

Mar. 29

13% Mar.

1

19

Jan.

3% Mar. 16
5% Mar. 16
6% Mar. 16

1 % Mar.
3% Mar.

3
2

3

Mar.

2

26

Mar.

3

13% Mar.

17

72

14

24

8

9

Sale

98

5

Jan.

25

31

8%

Mar. 15
% Mar. 16

1

Sale

12

2

3

6

Feb.

3
10
Jan. 14
Jan. 25
Mar. 16
Feb.
7
y: Jan. 21

Jy°
27

9 120

6

6

%
Sale
Sale
Sale
6%

13

16

8

3% Mar. 15

Jan.

3% Jan.

23

9% Mar. 16

Mar. 29

2% Mar. 16
3% Mar. 15

15%. Sale
101% Sale

Sale'

Jan.

87% Feb.
10% Feb.
% Jan.
3% Feb.
14% Mar.

Feb. 10
% Jan.
4
6
% Jan.
1% Jan.
3
5% Jan.
9
% Jan. 18
5% Mar. 31

Mar. 17

1

% Mar. 21
1

7

%
5%
7%
%
5%
%

4

28

32

Mar. 21
31

72

Sale

Sale

Sale

13%
%

Sale
1
6%

11

1% Mar.
3% Mar.

3
2

Sale

3

Mar.

2

26

Mar.

3

16

24

Sale
Sale
32

2%
4%
4%

4

13% Mar.

Mar. 16

40

21

3%~Mar."l6
5% Mar. 16
6% Jan.
6
"% Jan. 23

5

8%
25%
9%
25

1

25

33

8

14%
9%
Sale
Sale

8%
29%
12%

9

Sale'
Sale

%
%

Sale

7

%

11%

1%

Sale

2

3%
7%

Sale
Sale
9%
Sale

2%
5%
5%
1%

5%
1%
7

11%
1%

6

10

12%

Sale
Sale

2

12%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3

8% Mar.

2

%
%
7%
1%

Sale
2%

Mar. 24

Mar. 30
Mar. 30
Mar. 2
Mar.

1% Mar.
5

Mar.

5

13% Mar.
2% Mar.
12

Mar.

1% Mar.

10

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

6
7

Mar.

30%
14%
26%
%
%
13%
2%
.

8

Mar.

13% Mar.
% Feb.

Mar.

5%
10%
5%
3%

Mar.

8

8

Mar. 29

8% Mar. 17
25

25

31

8 Sale*

Sale

1

10% Mar. 16

25

Jan.

Mar.

1

3
7

25

%
%
7%
1%
17
16
30
16

Mar. 20

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.

Feb.

9

Jan.

10

Jan.

11
21

Mar

9

Jan.

5

Jan.

5

Jan.

11

Jan.

6

26%
%
%
2
14%
li
3%

5

Mar. 21

5

Mar. 30

1% Feb. 25
Jan.

15

Mar. 16

6

1% Mar. 21

8

17% Jan. 10
2% Mar. 16
12

23 10
3
31

8% Feb. 25

14% Mar. 15
2% Mar. 16

11% Mar.
1% Mar.

Feb.

25

11% Feb. 28
1% Feb. 28

6%
16%
7%
3%

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

5

6
10
26
6

Feb.

9

15% Jan.
2% Jan.

11

9

10

...

220,000 National Biscuit......... .10
100
7% preferred..
3,900
45,800 Nat Cash Register A
""*
409,100 Nat Dairy Prod Corp
"♦
4,400 National Dept Stores.....
7%

13

12

Jan.

Mar. 23
Jan. 24

Feb.

62

....

7% preferred........... 101)

540

~

Jan.

9%
18%
21%
56%

Mar. 15

4

31

7%
28%

5%

Mrg Corp

700 Munslngwear

Mar.

ft*

Mar. 29

3

I*

4

17%
1
6%
Sale
Sale 5

4

%

.........*

Products

4

J

9

3%

14% Mar. 31

1

Jan.

2% Mar. 16

3

16
25
25

Feb.

115

Mar.

Feb.

Mar. 22

Mar. 16

Mar. 15

Jan.

16
16

Mar. 16

14

15

11
27

Feb.

10% Feb. 25

94% Mar. 21

% Mar.

17

11

Jan.

Mar. 22 132

P

11

2

Jan.

1

Mar. 23

26% Mar. 17

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 16

Mar. 15

8%
18%
14%
52%

7

Sale

2

46%

1

%

25

54

Sale

16%
%

Mother Lode Coalition.

4,000 Moto Meter Gauge A. Equip,*

22,100
9,820

8%
2%

Mar.

80

1 %

17%

13%

2
2%
4% Sale

38

10

5

10%

4%

Sale

10%
1%
3%
3%

Sale

Sale

7

%

15
7

10

6

aH

103

12% Sale
1%
2
3%
7%
3%
(
15%
22%
8%
10
|
2
2%
25

1

%

15

Mar. 16

2

19% Mar.

%
1%

19% Sale
31% Sale
2
l._
6%
6%

Sale

%
Sale
Sale
Sale
5

v.

15% Sale

15

11*
it'4

11

Jan.

pf_.100

.*
4,550 Minn-Honeywell Reg Co
30.200 Minn Moline Pow Implem
440

3*
flS*

90

%
z8%
6%
%
4%

85

400

7,300

J*
Sale

Sale

70

400

400

5

Mar.

14% Mar. 28

Sale

4%

4%

6

Sale

4
2%
5
3%
19% Sale
49% Sale

Sale

Sale

3,600 Macro-Goldwyn Pict pref..27

300

27,500
43,700

3

6%
1%

Sale

Mesta Machine Co

Milwaukee El Ry 8c Lt

27,100
1,300

2

8

5*
Sale

1*

Sale
2

Pref with warrants

1,800

{
•

3*
6^

10%

6

800

60,200

2
4

Sale

18

41,700
8,100

P

Sale

a?*

Sale

Sale

9

Sale

......5

2,500

4%

3%
3%
20* Sale

25%
1%

S6 1st preferred

510
,

3,700
17,400
3,000

270
100

25
20%
5
3%
20% Sale
44% Sale
2% Sale
5%

9%

%

4*

Sale

Mexican Petroleum..

600

7
7

27

91% Mar. 21

98

12%

4% Sale
25
12%
14% Sale
1%
1
2%

Sale

7

1-4 %
Sale

93

95

33

2,000 Melville Shoe Corp..
39,600 Men gel Co.................I

700

35,300

3,500

5

Feb.

3%
47%
18%
7%

Jan.

28

6 2U Mar. 16

Sale

17

10

Feb.

50% Mar.
13% Mar. 29

aW

Sale

Mathteson Alkali Works

"""600

48" 500

6*

Jan.

Sale

23% Sale
117% 120

Sale

14

J3 preferred ex-warrants.-*

500

"8

3

Mar. 16

49

1

Sale

120

86%

Jan.

Mar. 15

18% Mar. 17
7% Mar. 15

1% Mar. 23

115

115

1%

121

Sale

%
20%

13

3

Sale

Mar. 17
Mar. 16

8
45

9

Jan.

60% Mar. 16

16

5

Feb.

3

Mar.

Sale

2

100
Sale

M

Mar. 22 125

9% Sale
38
37%

Sale

16

3

5% Jan.
34
1

52

127% 121

10% Mar.
8% Mar. 22
37% Mar. 30

Sale

7% preferred.......... .100

1,600

16,200
121,300

3%
%
23%

Mar. 16
Mar. 15

Sale

Sale

19

160
1% preferred^..........100
25
18,800 May Oapt Stores
700 Maytag Co (The)
*

10

6,700

500

19

Mar.

11

2

10% Sale
12% Sale
52
45%

90

......

7,200

64,100

4^

15

8

Sale

Highest.
Sale Prices.

56%
13*

Sale

60

3,500 Manhattan Shirt........
1,000 Maracalbo Oil Etplor....
67,300 Marine Midland......... ::iio
4,900 Vfarlln-Rockwell
10,100 Marmon Motor Car......
23,300 Marshall Field 8c Co....
1,300 Martin Parry Corp......

600

200

90

iMil

Mar. 17

8

Mar. 18
Mar. 21

Prices

58

Preferred...100

220 Mandel

300

11,400

'iVA
12

*

MacAndrews & Forbes Co...*

810

20

28,400
2,860

i

•

«...

McGraw

14

•

Oil..

........

Ludlum

%

11%

Common
Louisiana

953 Mauatl Sugar........... .100

360

1,000
1,500
12,700
4,220

3

Sale
129

49%
51%

59

.......

......

""216

1,700
7,200
441,200

125

16

Carbonic..........

Liquid

.
....... ,

900

3,450

10%

•

3,100

19,500

Sale

9%
13% Silo
20% Sale

•

Link Belt Co..

52,910 Mack Truck Inc
"II*
61,700 Macy (R H) Co, Inc
3,300 Madison Sq Garden v t c._*
•
8,800 Magma Copper
^
2,100 Malllnson (H R) Co......
80
7% preferred

24,400
24,000

900

Sale

14%
9%

Cup Corp..

Lily Tulip

187

400

4%
11%

*

.

preferred-^--*
*
16,300 VfcCall Corp..
*
14,612 McCrory Stores..

1,700

6

Sale

800

4 200

Sale

Sale

45

Mar.

1

37% Mar.
14% Mar,
4% Mar.

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Highest.

3

3
Sale

Sale

51 Va

.

40&

14%

130

Lowest.

Sale Prices.
Mar. 15
36

65
Sale

18

25

V

8%

42%

1%
Sale

Sile

..

Ask.

38

50

.

7

5%
Sale

1%

Silo

123

61a % preferred
9,0)0 Louisville Gas & Elec A...

2,700

5%
36

1%
3%

Common—.............23

110

T,405

6%
40

Liggett 8c Myers Tub pref.lOl)

370

""'loo

"i~,665

5%
9%

Glass—*

VVoras --.*

Locomotive

Lima

P
41 %
16 %

..

35,300
1,170 Long Bell Lumber A......
23,100 Loose-Wile* B>sc......... .23

10,900

300

Corn (The)....

Lehman

Loft Incorporated

10,500

101,300

....

Lehigh Valley Coal
- — *
Preferred.............--5#

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.
Pa'.

4,300

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

STOCKS
(f. V. STOCK gXOH&ttag

In

37

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

........

100

45,400 National Surety.......... -10
72,600 National Tea Co..
2,100 Neisner Bros..
18,100 Nevada Cons Cop
......

...

Sale

19%
5%

Sale
Sale

21

Sale

6% S tie
6%
6%
3
1%
5

Sale

2
1%
32% Sale
122% 126
6

1%
35
125

5

45%

47%

Sale

i%
25%
34%

Sale

~~5%

Sale

12H

24%
?•

5
55

Sale

102

77
8%

79
Sale

80

16%

Sale

16%

104

5

17
5%
8%
1%
4

7

6

5

20

17

Sale
Sale
3
Sale

2

A

2

Mar.

130

Mar.

118

Mar.
Mar.

16

% Mar.

19% Mar.

Sale

28

Mar.

5

Mar.

5

Mar.

Sale
47% Mar.
Mar.
109% 101

60

Mar.

104

Mar.

101

Mar.

80

Mar.

75

7

92

80

P

27% Mar.
34% Mar.

7

Mar.

11% Mar.

15

Mar.

5

Mar.

20% Mar. 16
6% Mar. 16

19

Mar.

20

Mar. 16'

7%
13%
1 %
6%

Mar. 16
Mar. 20
Mar.
3
Mar. 16

2

3

2% Mar.
8% Mar.
1% Mar.

4%

5%

4

1%
2%
6%
3%
5%

1%
3%

1% Mar. 29
2% Mar. 2
6% Mar. 22

1% Mar. 23
3% Mar. 17
8% Mar. 3

6% Mar. 30
1
% Mar.
1
3% Mar.

6% Mar. 30

4

11%

Sale
Sale

Mar.

Feb.

43%

Sale
20

Feb.

5

Mar. 15
Mar. 16
Jan.

10

Mar. 16
Jan.

9

Jan.

4

Jan.

21

27% Mar. 30
34% Mar. 31

Feb.

24

Sale

Sale

3*

Feb.

2%
Sale
6

41%
138%
9%
18%

Mar.

5% Mar.
10% Feb.
% Mar.

9% Mar.

5% Mar.
10% Mar.
% Mar.

2

1% Jan.
31% Feb.

Mar.

41% Mar,

32% Mar.
118

7%

Sale

11% Sale
%
%
2%
1%
20

1%
Sale

129

J*
60

Feb.
Mar.

Jan.

11

Jan.

24

110

Feb.

6

Feb.

81

Feb.

Mar.

15% Jan,

11
11

11

15

Feb. 27

22

5

Mar. 23

6% Mar. 16
22% Jan.
9

17

Feb.

23

2% Mar. 27
6% Jan.
4
1% Jan. 16
4

Feb.

28

2

Feb.

1

8%
13%
2%
6%

Jan.

Jan.
6
Mar. 20
Jan. 27
Mar. 16

Newport Co (The)........
Class

A

....

.50

2,300 Newport Industries Inc..—I
2,900 Newton Steel............

3,300

4,800
47,900

1,231
80

"*"166

York

Air

Brake

Duck

5% preferred

.100

.........

.100

.......

•
13,892 N Y Investors Inc
Z'i
99,800 N Y Shipbuilding
ioo
3,871
7% prefarred.......
1,330 New York Steam pref 6% ,..*
...

210

34,700
114,500
1,700:
21,700

York

New

""165

New

730

7%

1st

Preferred......

148,000 Noranda Mines Ltd.......
429,600 North American..
,50
6% preferred......
6,800
137.900 North American Aviation. -.5

No par value

...

x

Ex-dividend




2%
2%

2%

6%

700
400

1,600

7%

I"

20

1% Sale
2%
2%
8%
6%
9
3%
5%

Sale

1%
31%
95
108

Sale
35

100

110'

17%

Sale

29%

Sale

43%
6%

Sale
Sale

3
45
88

19
Sale
Sale

47

5%
53

Sale

79

100% 105
19% Sale
18% Sale
Sale
32
4% Sale

93

9
6

6%

Sale4
Sale

89%
95%

18%
16%

Sale

35

Sale

5

19

Sale

2

1

Mar. 16

6% Mar. 18
59% Mar. 18

45

Mar.

80

QO
Mar. 16
Mar. 24,
2
Mar. 30 100% Mar.

96

18% Mar. 27
16% Mar. 31
1
32
Mar.
1
4% Mar.

16

Jan.

31

9

6% Mar.
% Jan.
1% Jan.

6% Mar. 30
Jan.

h

Jan.

80

Mar.

101

Mar. 18
Mar. 18
Jan.
9

96

Mar.

110

Jan.

21% Feb.
31% Jan.

3

32

Feb.

46

Mar. 20

4

Feb.

Mar.

23

31

17% Jan.
16% Mar.

20 % Mar. 15
23% Mar. 16
37

3% Jan.

6% Mar. 22

11
3
11

Jan.

12

7% Jan.

4

AGGREGATE SALES.
Shice

Price

Jan. 3

STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.

1,100
800
20

1,100

130 Northwestern

88,500
20,500
2,600

10
20

67,600

....

~_ +

1

1,200 Oppenheim Collins 8c Co
*
440 Orpheum Circuit Inc PreflOO
120,600 Otis Elevator...........
*
670
6% preferred
100

ik

....

Sale

.

7

290 Outlet Co.
*
70
Preferred.............-100

103 X
34

25

Owens-Til Glass Co....

40

35

......

98,700

100

3X Sale

preferred.........100

Prior

32

654 Mar. 28
Mar. 17
154 Mar.
1

Mar. 20

30

Mar. 17

6X

30

IX Sale

Prices

74X Jan.

50X Mar. 24
6
Feb.
7
2954 Feb.
2
154 Feb. 23

154 Mar. 16

IX

Sale

Sale

16

Mar. 20

8

3054 Feb.
254 Jan.

17
12

100
1 X

Sale

Sale
Sale

454
2954
10254
4154

37

Sale

Mar. 18 100

97

154 Mar.
234 Mar.

5

354 Mar, 16
754 Mar, 16

1
1

30

Mar. 17

30

33

Mar. 16
1
Mar,

14

1

1034 Mar.

Mar,

M4r
Mar. 22 105
3
4554 Mar
3154 Mar.

l65
Sale

254 Mar. 18

17
22

16

Mar. 17

68

Jan.

5

254 Feb.
IX Jan.
1054 Feb.
97
Mar.
154 Mar.
254 Feb.
30
Mar.
105
Feb.
3154 Mar.

10

154

834 Mar. 17

Jan.

64

Mar. 17
1

254 Mar

254 Mar.

754 Jan. 11
354 Mar. 17

27
27
28

134 Mar.

68

Mar.

68

xllh Sale
95 X 101
IX Sale

Sale

3

134 Mar.

434 Feb.
154 Feb.
354 Feb.

254 Mar, 18

354 Mar.

234
7054
434

254

Sale
3

2X
3254
10154
3354

2

67
3

100

654 Mar. 16
354 Mar. 17
834 Mar. 17

Mar.
2
Mar. 15

Sale
Sale

6

2

254
IX
10 X

5

554
254

IX
6

62

Sale

*

Otis Steel..

Mar. 17

8

Highest
Sale

245-1

IX
3X

5

47.300
12.565

59

~554 Sale"

66 X

60

A

50X Mar. 24

24 X

254

2X

—100

Preferred

55

27

7
3054
Sale

IX

54

6% Sale
IX
IX
3X
5

Corp »t c (The).

Omnibus

554

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

♦

_

Preferred A

700

250

40

Nunnatly Co

7,100J
12,200

15,000
3,340

134
2454

.

.

100

38,800

_»
50

Preferred

139,200 Ohio Oil Co (The)..
35,900 Oliver Farm Equip

4,800
100

42

8,500lNorwalk Tire St Rubber.

j

27

534
25 X

Prices

Sale

52
5

55

53

Telegraph __50

\mer Edison

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Lowest.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

71
7

66

pref
North German Lloyd

1,400

Ask.

j

March 31.

March 1.

1933.
Bid.

HOT

5,000 North

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

STOCKS
N.T

In
March.

■

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

38

554 Jan.

23
12

Mar. 16

14

27
11
11
Jan.
5
42
Feb. 17
105
4554 Mar. 16
Jan.

102

434 Jan.
1054 Jan.

i

28,200
15,100
1,410
1,025
220

90,800

""466

300
40

73,900
800
100

6,500
800

4,100
1,500
3,900
500

14,600
65,900
400
500

2,500
200

8

7X

Sale

78
2X

Sale

1154

11X
B

stock........

2034 Mar. 31 3154
4334
2554 Mar. 31
954
6
Feb. 21
65
Mar. 3 8134
Mar.
2 106
Mar. 3 110
254
134 Mar . 24
Mar. 16

5

12

200j 8% preferred
100
474,900 Paramount Publlx Corp.-_10
9001
Certificates of deposit
10

2

Mar. 17

12

24

"I",926

Jan.
Jan.

11
11
23
12
13
9
11

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

12

Jan.

1254 Jan.

1

1154

Mar."

1254~Feb"."l8

Mar. 16

X
5%
X
34

12

Mar. 17

12

Mar.

50

new..........

Class B

Sale

X
10X

2,100 Panhund Prod St Ref

2,500;Park & Ttlford

534

Sale

X
X

—1

2,300.ParmeJee Transport Co

*

12,400 Pathe F.xoh
$4 preferred class A.
8,800
*
10.80C Patlno Mines & Ent Cons
3
3.40C feerless Motor
32.40C Penick 8t Ford....
*
211.80C Penney (J C) Co..
Preferred
1 Of
33,807
5)
2,500 Penn Coal 8t Coke
5,200 Penn-Dlxie Cement....
800
7% preferred series A
100
400 People's Drug Stores Inc

Sale

2'

134

Sale

6

1
154
2954 Sale
2434 Sale

...

,

•

.

354

154
X

1

4

54
1054
Sale

34
534
X

854
154 Sale
X
X

7

34
IX
534
34
2654

Sale

2154

Sale

154
Sale

1

27

10234
154 Sale
h
454
16
10 X

7*

6

10

15

1154 Mar.

Sale

12

98

90

89

,

X
634

5

154
X

134
1054
X
754
Sale
X

54 Sale
154
134
654 Sale
34
54
3154 Sale
2154 Sale

Sale
134
154
654
454
1654
1054

9854
134
1

2

34
654
54
34
754

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

29

1

24

1

Mar.

2

654 Mar.
34 Mar.
X Mar.
754 Mar.
154 Mar.
54 Mar.

30

15

25

34 Mar. 21

X
54 Mar. 27
2
154 Mar. 24
7 54
534 Mar.
1
1
Mar./16
2654 Mar.
3254
25
1954 Mar.
9854 Mar. 31 102
134
154 Mar.
154
34 Mar.
2
454
454 Mar.

24
1
3
25
15
22

6

34 Jan.

Mar. 17

54
154
534
Mar, 16
34
Mar, 16 *255-;
Mar, 16
1954

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.

Mar, 17

90

X
%
454
1034

5154

5334

554
554
554

754
Sale

6

Sale

Sale

46

6

Mar. 31

46

58

4

Jan.

Mar, 15
Mar, 16

Mar,

15

Mar, 15

2

Mar,

70

x73X Sale

15,400 People's Gas L 8c Coke...»«t

Jan. 19
Jan. 26
Mar. 30)
Mar.
Jan. 20'

34 Mar. 21)

70

100

Preferred.

754
1

i

•

22,800 Park Utah Cons Mines

60

4,700

Sale

Mar. 15
Mar. 16
Mar. 23
Mar. 16

S1*

St Trans

Pet

Sale

108

New
Class

""600

"

.....

Pan-Amer

""loo

30 X
39

25
103,600 Pacific Gas 8t Elec
51,500 Pacific Lighting Corp
100
2,800 Pacific Mills
2,805 Pacific Teleph St Telegr.-lOO
Preferred.
1,030
-—100
*
203,800 Packard Motor Car.....

2034 Mar. 31 2734
2454 Sale x20X Sale
2554 Mar. 31 34
30 X Sale
2554 Sale
2
954
654 Mar.
6
654
734
854
3
65
Mar.
7854
70
Sale
70
Sale
3 109
106
Mar.
101
105
10654 108
254
134 Mar. 24
2
Sale
IX Sale

Mar. 15

46

25

Mar.

16

16'

154 Feb. 17
654 Mar. 24

234
54
754
154
54

Jan.
4
Feb. 18
tFeD. 20
Mar. 15
Jan.
3

X
254
IX
l X

Jan.
4
Jan.
4
Mar. 15
Jan. 10

27) 3254 Mar. 16
2' 2734 Jan. 16

Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.

4cl0454Feb. 17
2,
IX Mar. 15
154 Mar. 16
554 Feb.
2
25
13
Jan.
9
17
75
Jan. 18
31, 78
Jan.
9

25'
2;

Rights
100

18,300
29,100
1,500
100

300 Pet Milk

100

$6

,806

9

100

37",800

900 Phillips Jones Corp.

33,552
200

50

100

1,400
600

4,400

8,400

"2", 166

.

_

334
354
1854

.*
100

.

Philip Morris 8c Co

*

620 Phoenix Hosiery
70
Preferred

.5

100
800

100

800

2,800
300

5,200
200

500

500

2,600
34,400
400

400 Plerce-Arrow Mot C pref.. 100
500
Class A

17

19

6,000 Pierce Oil Corp
3,300
8% preferred
21,900 Pierce Petroleum..^
14,500 Pllsburv Flour Mills

Sale

25

200

1,100
1,600

6

354

2

154
54
334
34

34
6
Sale

io^8

1054

10

3154
454

40

3434
354

395-4

1754.

18

17

25

1,000 Pittsburgh Screw 8c Bolt...*

90

Steel

100;

2

17

Plymouth Oil.

5
*

2

Porto Rican Am Tob cl A

*

254
54
554
534
754

154
954

34
854

Poor 8t Co class B

360 Plttston Co (The)

21,900
3,400
5,100
1,900
11,000

1

100

*

Class B

Postal Teleg 8c Cable pref. i00
800 Prairie Oil St Gas
25

2,625^Prairle Pipe Line..

25

......

aW
Sale
Sale

Sale
6

6

454

2,720 Pressed Steel Car 7% pi .100
17,900,
Common
*
135,750 Procter & Gamble
•
1,430,
Preierred 5%
...101
....

a

18*

£0

7% preferred

sg

50

100| Pref ctfs of deposit
1,000 Pub Ser Corp of N J pf*i%_100

179,306

Common

2,800

7,500
6,200

$5

'z98

100

.

* I

preferred

\*

Sale
Sale

Sale

4

12054 125
53 54 Sale
10554 Sale

.....100

6% preferred..

154

154

20

13

16

84

Sale

88

32

Mar. 16
Mar. 27

49

Sale

854 Mar. 16
5

54

lh
16

X

254
1854

34

154
154
Sale
234

3

4

34
24

Mar.
3
Mar.
2
Mar. 31
Mar.
1
Mar.
2

4

Mar.

1
Sale

9354 100

53,700

3,200
$5 preferred...........
158,200 Pullman Company..

930

17,100

413,200
2,700
22,400

7%

Preferred

60

554 Sale
1854
954 Sale

*

"A".

!H1

B

16

•

;

67

754 Sale

*
Amer.

Corp of
preferred

Sale

354 Sale

*

100

51,600 Purity Bakeries
Radio

10354

125

110

1

Mar. 17

Mar. 17

6

Mar. 17

Mar. 28

1

Alar. 28

1634 Mar. 27
X Mar. 30

20

Mar. 16

1

7

Mar.

2

Mar. 17

134
34
454
534

Mar. 23
Mar.
1
Mar.
2
Mar. 21
Mar. 22

7

1

65", 800

Class A
Rand

"3",606
1,800
100

600 Rels

500

Preferred.

210

1st

(Robt)

.

2d

St

Co........

...

89,000 Republic Steel Corp

100,
60

*

Sale

.

ion

954

24

134
534

Sale

-.5
•
.

254

.............

too

...




x

Ex-dividend

c

11
1

6,700 Reynolds Metal Co
2,900 Reynolds Spring Co

Mo our value

l

.

1,200 Revere Cupper St Brass..
100
Class A
Preferred

15
16

27
16
21
Mar. 2

454 Alar.
3
154 Mar.
X Mar.
20
Mar.
1
2854 Mar.
9754 Mar. 16 10134 Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 20 115
45
Mar. 31
Mar. 30 100
Mar. 30

94

Mar.

70

98

9354 Mar.
1854 Mar.

17

754 Sale

334
1854

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
1834

154

Sale

554
554

Sale
754

18

54
15X
X
634

8)

Mar. 17

1

Mar. 17

6

34 Feb.

6

6

Feb.
Feb. 27

24

Jan.

11

20

1

Jan.

27

954 Jan.
234 Jan.
354 Jan.

11

Jan.

Feb. 24

Jan.

18
19
11

27

754 .Tan.

11

554 Mar. 21
7
Mar. 22

Feb.

11

854 Feb.

11

454 Feb.
Jan.

18
5

2954 Jan.
16 10454 Jan.

12

Feb.

2

24

154 Mar. 23
54 Feb. 27
Feb.

4

Jan.

27!

_

6

54 .Tan.

Alar. 20

28

1954 Feb.
9754 Mar.
54 Jan.
3
Feb.
3
Feb.
115
Mar

28

1

5%

Jan.
Jan.

3

Feb.

20 125

Jan.

23

4
9
16

23
9

34

Mar

31

Mar. 22

96

Mar

30 11254 Jan.

Alar.

16

85

Mar

84

Mar.

16

70

Mar

30 10154 Jan.
2
8854 Jan.

11
12
24
31

3 x90

Mar.

3 10354 Jan.

11

2

2

254 Mar.
Mar.
654 Mar.
Mar.

1354 Mar.

Sale

7

Mar.

Sale

9

Jan.

4

Feb.

254 Mar. 18
1854 Mar. 22

Alar. 16

30

3

15
6

3

2

96

115

74

Sale

25

Sale
Sale

354
854

Convertible preferred. IlOOj

550)

Sale
caaio

.100

preferred

24,720,Reo Motor Car

1,300
1,400

.

...1

30,100
5,500
300

D

2254
54
134

100

..100

preferred

"5", 120

17,505|

Sale
754

*
10

......

.

47,100 Rem'ton-Rand
1,500
1st preferred
80

354

*

Alar. 15

Alar.
Mar.
Alar.
Mar.
Alar.

25,

1

Mar. 31

l!

2434 Mar. 22

9354 Mar.
18

Feb. 27

5554 Jan.

2434 Mar. 22

354 Jan.

10

62

Jan.

12

954 Alar.

554 Feb. 24

10

Jan.

11

554 Mar.

Feb.

23

6

Jan.

5

1354 Feb.
654 Feb.

28

19

28

1154 Jan.

334 Mar.
40

19

254 Mar.

Mar.

30

3

Mar.

1154 Mar.
2

Mar.

Mar. 16

5

Alar. 16

1

Mar. 31

3X Jan.

9

16
16
16
30

5

Feb.

23

754 Jan.

11

554 Feb.

27

954 Jan.

25

...

Raybestos-Manhattan
20.800 Real Silk Hosiery
730

40

—

"9",900

200

17,300

new....

Mines

X Mar. 30
9

254
254
34
654
554
754

34

754

Mar. 18

Mar. 16

96

354

7

15

Sale

31

Feb.

25' 20

92

Sale

Feb.

1

2

154 Feb.
1054 Jan.
54 Feb.

4

11
11
1554 Mar. 17
3454 Jan. 30

554

30

84

Sale

54 Jan.

Jan.

254 Mar. 18
1854 Mar. 22

12

254 Feb. 27

Jan.
Feb.

93

2254 Sale

Jan.

17

4

34

115

7
Feb.
Mar. •3
3
Jan.
Feb. 28,
Jan. 23'
Feb. 24'

17

Radio-Keith-Orpbeum cl A.*

ll",500

1554 Mar. 17

34

73

Sale

3

Mar. 16

1

154
54
354
54
954

Mar. 18

8254

3

11

134 Mar.
3
34 Mar. 16
5 34 Mar. 16

Mar. 30

85

46

9
Jan. 28
654 Mar. 16
254 Jan. 14
40
Feb.
7

7

Sale

654

Mar. 31

154

1954 Sale

8
Feb. 23,
434 Jan.
4i
154 Mar. 15
25
Mar. 31

17

79

x96

25

4

50

40,700 Pure Oil
1,920
8% conv pref

857,900
6,200
66,400

1954

*

JPunta Alegre Sugar

17.900

101

*

454 Jan. 11
4
Mar. 1

Mar. 30
Mar. 15

Public Service El St Gas—

500

834 Mar. 29
654 Mar. 16
2 54 Mar. 23

54
1

Sale

27j
8,

254 Feb.
Feb.

3

3

3

2

104

60

1

34 Mar. 16

17

15

134
54
454
X
954

6

7

x40X \Sale
x87

1

Mar. 31

25

1

6

4

5
v

Mar.

134 Mar. 15

17

25

4

94

Mar.

4

14

154
254
54
34
434 Sale
34 Sale
1254 Sale
3254
38
5
654

34
554
734
754

9

334 Mar. 15

15

34
454
534

654

1

Sale

254

Sale

Mar.

4

Sale

2

Sale

254 Mar. 31

20

27

75

Sale

17

634 Jan.
654 Feb.
754 Mar.
" Mar.21i 32
Jan.
Mar. 27) 49
Mar.

27

49

6
11
16

2
3
4

654 Feb.
4X Jan.
4X Jan.

Mar. 27

3

234
3
34
1
2054 Sale
10134 Sale
54
31

107

654 Mar. 29
654 Mar. 16
754 Mar. 16

Mar. 21

34
734
134

154

2

2

49

2

Sale

134
134
34
454
554
754

2

27

3

2

1

13*
7*

Mar.

554 Mar.

5

30

454

1

6

4

-t

•

7%

4

34

8

16

25,

Sale

1

5*

lOOj

700 Pittsburgh United
280
Pref conv

12

10

.100

pref..

6% preferred

254

2

3

2

700 Pirelli Co of Italy A
1,100 Pittsburgh Coal iof Pa>... 100
600
6% preferred.
100

6

254
1634
854
534
25

15

*

80)
100

5

254

100

3,100 Producers 81 Ref Corp..

53,000

854
Sale
3

754
554
254

o

700 Pitts Term Coal

5,700

80

25

430 Pittsburgh

120

Salo

40

110

100

Sale

4

35

300
70

Sale
254

654 Mar. 29

55

234
20

10»

...

""500

9

454
254

Sale

60

4
7
3954

8

10

104,652 Phillips Petroleum

654
534 Sale
2854

31

27

61

*
1<>
*

pref.
& Reading C & I

Preferred

"""900

2f>
.!W>

non-cum

Phila

„

*

preferred

5%

"

554
634
434 Sale
454 Sale
3054
34

•

62,400 Petroleum Corp
85,947 Phelps Dodge...
4,500 Philadelphia Co pref 6%

Cash sale

10

554
554

16
2

Sale

254
5

12
7

7

40

54
2

1
834

Sale
954
18
154 Sale
454 Sale
10
1034
154
254
254
4
234
854
654

8

Sale

OX
IX

7
Sale

654
7

35

54
154

Sale
754
43

1
2

354 Sale
834
1154
1654
634
154
154
554 Sale
1054 Sale
134
534
6
254
10
1634
7
734
3
454

554
534
3554
34
2

Mar.
Mar.
3
Mar. 28
Mar. 30
Mar. 27

234 Mar.
9

Mar.

754
854
47
X

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Jan.

4

Alar. 27

54 Jan.
154 Jan.

3
3

454 Mar. 16
1154 Mar. 16

254 Feb.
754 Feb.

23
27

Feb.

27

134 Feb.

28

2

25

4

Feb.

27

454 Mar. 16
11X Jan. 31
4
13
Feb.
9
234 Feb.
754 Jan. 10

9

Feb.

28

15

8

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
254 Mar.

154
458
954
134
8

Mar.

754 Mar. 15
154 Mar.

16
16
16
23
2

254
754
1454
254
254

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

15

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

9

3 54 Mar. 16

Mar. 16
54 Mar. 30
2
Feb.
2

47

154 Jan. 10
254 Mar. 2
7
6

Feb.
Feb.

14
27

154 Feb. 28

Jan.

11

254 Feb. 17
254 Mar. 2
15
Mar. 16
9
Jan. 27

654 Jan.

10

April, 1933.]

N. Y. STOCK

AGGREGATE SALES.

PRICES

STOCKS
n

Since

v

Shares.

Par
cl B

Bid.

preferred

28% Sale

29%

61

60

61

60

15%
%

20
Sale

•

1%
1%
5%
30
2

*

£2

25

3%
25%

Corp

100

....

Edison

63

16%
112

...100

.

.

Convertible

preferred

8%

12%

Com'l

Sale
Sale

81

Mar.

9.3

3

6% Mar.

%
Sale
3
Sale

11% Mar. 16
36% Mar. 16
*79% Mar. 17

Sale

26

3

2% Jan.

% Mar.

Jan.

9

24

35

Mar. 16

Feb.

%
1%
1%
2%
21%
6%
11%
3%
28%

Mar. 23

3% Mar. 16
Mar. 15

8% Mar. 17
Mar. 16
Mar. 15

33% Mar. 17

1
3

Feb.

1% Feb. 25
12% Feb. 25
1% Feb. 28

13

5

2

5

Jan.
5
Jan.
9
Mar. 16
5
20% Jan.
2
Jan.
6
22% Jan. 11
3
Mar. 16

Feb.

13

1

Feb.

IK

15

24

11

Feb.

96

25

2

4% Mar.
4% Mar.

11% Mar. 16

24

3

11
6

88

3

Jan.

Jan.

32% Mar. 17

Mar.

5% Jan.
21% Jan.

6

19% Mar. 16
1% Mar. '
22% Mar. 16

28% Mar. 28

Sale

5

z

6

Mar.
3
Mar.
Mar.
1
Mar. 2l

5

24

Mar. 16

3

28

Mar. 15

4

Mar.

Mar. 16

3

14

10

73% Feb. 23
80% Feb. 15

Mar. i5
Mar.

% Mar.
32

Feb.

% Jan.

6% Feb. 27
28

% Mrr. 2
2% Mar. 16

2%
21%
6%
11%

Sale

5%

Mar. 16

2

30

33

4% Mar. 16
20

21

18

6% Feb. 25
2% Mar. 27
17% Mar. 2

% Mar. 28
1% Mar.

7% Sale
10%
13
4% Sale

Sale
32

Mar. 16

33% Jan.
62% Jan.

% Feb. 21

5% Mar. 17
7% Mar. 16

3%

1-0%
Sale

Sale

3
22

Sale

7%
8

18%
12%

32

24

Mar. 28
Feb.

4

Feb.

23

Feb.

27

Mar.
2
Mar.
1
Mar. 21
Feb. 17
Mar. 28

Jan.

23

5

% Jan.
2% Jan.
4

11
6

Jan.

4

Jan.

26% Jan.
10

Jan.

18

Jan.

5% Jan.
44% Jan.

4% Feb. 28

6
31

5
25
6
10

6% Jan.
8% Jan.

12
11

3% Jan.

4% Feb. 28

Mar.

1

Mar.

1

27

Mar. 21

22

Mar. 22

9

11

Mar. 23

7

8% Mar.

3% Mar. 20

1

%

Sale

Mar. 31

6%

Sale

Mar. 23

7% Mar. 16

Feb.

20

Feb. 28
3

Jan.

2% Mar. 15

Sale

3

12% Mar. 16

Sale

•
•

Oil of N J

.25

300 Starrett Co (The L S)

•

preferred

BP

Warner Corp.....10
70,000 Stone & Webster
•
4,089 Studebaker Corp pref
10P

234,2061

Common....
3,700,Sun OU
•
1,130
Preferred.
100
11,400:Superheater Co (The)......*
Oil

•

5,800jSunerlor Steel* . *

4

8

33

Sale

%

i|H
Sale

1<H'

%

Sale
Sale

94

24%
15

15%

30%

8

%
1%
22

3%
7%

31%
4%
36

8% Feb.

18

7

27

12% Mar. 46
3% Jan.

4

Mar. 23

7% Jan.

11

37

2

9,600 Tharcher Mfg

3,400 Thompson (J R)..
6,400 Thompson Products

......25
•

1,300
Preferred
92,700 Tidewater A«>oc OI1

•

*

Preferred 6%

10"

Tidewater Oil

12

3%
40

19,000 Tlmken-Detroit Axle
62,800 Timken Roller Bear.

100

Co

10
♦

Tobacco Products Corp
Certificates of deposit.
Class A

45

Sale
Sale
Sale

25%

1
Sale
Sale
Sale

2

Mar. 31
1

Sale

13%
Sale
6

2%
6%
10

6

Sale

Mar. 31
Mar.

3

Mar.

3

Mar. 29
Mar.

3

2
Sale

6

27%

1%
Sale

5%
Sale
14

Salo

42%
15
50

2%
14%

3
Sale

5%

Salo

1

10

6%

700
Sale

32%
1%
Sale

%
12%
3%

7
6%
%
25
Sale

38

Sale

5

8%
47

15

Sale

Mar.

Li
27% Mar. 16
6

Mar. 16.

Mar.

Mar.

2

Feb.
Feo.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb. 251

96% Mar. 29
10% Mar. 16
1% Mar. 15

89

Mar. 16

3

8% Mar.

1

7% Feb.
% Jan.

17

Mar. 16

2

Feb.

28

1

1% Sale
3% Sale
325
625

Mar. 22

3% Mar. 15

1

Mar. 22

% Mar. 16
9% Mar. 17
3% Mar. 16

Mar.

3

1% Mar. 3
3% Mar. 31

Sale
Sale

14

Mar. 16

21% Mar. 1
J % Mar. 16
5% Mar. 16

%
%
8%
1%
10%
15%
1%
3%

4

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feo.
Mar.

9
16
17
28
28
20
3
Mar. 31

13
11
31
10

Jan.

25

5

Jan.

11

Jan.

15%

11
10

46% Jan.
Jan.

41

3

Jan.

10

Mar. 15
Jan.

6

Jan.

16

17% Jan.
31% Jan.

16
9

Mar. 16

6

1% Jan. 27
2% Mar. 16
23% Jan. 11
Jan.

5

Jan.

11

Jan.

11

3%
10%
34%
5%

Jan.

37
98

Jan.

6

Feb.

2

6

10% Mar. 16
7
1% Feb.
4% Jan. 12

3% Mar. 15
% Jan.
5
% Jan. 13
9%
3%
14%
25
1%
5%

Jan. 16
Mar. 16
Jan. 11
Jan.

16

Jan.

4

Mar. 16

6

Mar.

1

9% Mar. 16

1

1% Mar. 1/

10

Mar. 31
Mar.
I

6%
6%
%
12%
3%

Mar. 18
Mar. 22
Mar. 3
Mar. 16!
II
Mar.

8% Mar. 17
7% Mar. 18
% Mar. 16
12% Mar. 16

Feb.

11

26

Mar. 30

38

Mar.

1

26

Mar. 30

44% Jan.

12

47

Mar.

50

Mar. 16

45

Feb.

50

10

2

5

Feb.

27% Feb.

14

7%
6%
H

20

3% Sale
26
26%

15

Mar. 16

3% Mar. 16

1
10

Feb.
Mar.

15

6
28
1

6% Mar. 18
5% Jan.
6
% Mar. 3
12

Jan.

10

3% Jan.

13

9% Mar. 16
27% Feb.
6
1% Mar. 17

16% Jan.

3

8% Mar. 17
7% Jan. 12
% Feb. 10
12% Jan. 23
4

15
48

1% Sale
15

2

4

Mar. 30

16

%

10

2% Mar. 31

1

Jan.

16
11

2%
5%
9%
1%
35

Sale

II*

Feb.

% Jan.
1% Feb.
20

Sale

12%
6%
6%

4

Mar. 29
Mar.
3

3% Mar. 16
9% Mar. 16
22% Mar. 16
3% Mar. 15
36% Mar. 21

Mar. 20

3

13

18% Mar. 16

3
1%
Mar. 31
1%
Mar.
3 101
Mar.
3
26

1

Mar. 31

Jan.

Jan.

%
92%
19%
13%
22%

2

17

1

Mar. 31
Feb. 25

23

5% Jan.

18 123

Mar.

12

7
28

li

2

Jan.

9

20

28

Feb.

Mar.

% Mar. 31
8% Mar. 2
1% Mar.
1
10% Mar. 1

45

1%
2
14% Sale

3

1% Mar. 16

20

8% Sale
1
1%
2% Sale

8%

49

3

'■2% Mar. 16
20% Mar. 2?

Mar.

8^i

Mar. 16
Jan. 23

2

Mar. 16

Sale

Jan.

1

25

2

2%
6%
9%
1%

1%
3
%
%
% Sale
8% Sale
2'
Sale

1% Mar. 15
97% Mar. 28
24% Mar. 16

Mar. 16

89

8%
1%

2

6

Jan.

Mar. 171 *21
Mar. 23

8

10

5% Mar. 31
8% Mar. 31

26

3
18

28

13% Mar.

38

13

Feb.

4% Feb.
18% Feb.

31

Mar.

121

11% Mar. 16!
18% Mar. 16

11
27
28

Feb.

% Mar.
1%

Sale
Sale

1% Sale
36

4

Mar. 16

Jan.

4% Jan.
1% Feb.
5% Jan.

28

Jan.

1

%
92%
19%
13%
22%

35

11% Sale
si6% Sale
1% Sale
4% Sale

5

"17

6

Mar. 30

Jan.

18% Mar. 16

Mar.

Mar. 16 122

2

93

2%

9

11% Mar. 21

23% Mar.

A" 2P

Sale
Sale
Sale

Feb.

1

*21

Sale

4

Sale
Sale

18

2

1

5% Mar. 31
8% Mar. 31

Sale

97^

Sale
Sale

Feb.

Mar.

Mar.

9

1%

%

Sale

Mar. 16

Jan. 18
Mar. 28

13% Mar.

22

S*

6

21

1

3

5

Sale

1

a

Salo

1% Mar. 16

25%
4%
17%
%
%

12% Mar,

Mar.

35%

8%
1%

10

5%
%

8%

preferred......

3

Sale
Sale

1
1

35% Sale

400

16%

•

20

2%

5%

6,200 Thompson Starrett..

2%
6%

1

3?i

...

20

4%

_.100

100
Convertible' preferred
6,700 Thermoid Co.
4,500 Third Nat'l Inventors

9

15

Sale
Sale

Mar.

Feb.

5%

1%

Mar. 28

4% Mar.
31

Jan.

4 120

20
8
5

I

*22

Sale

23% Mar. 20

Jan.

11% Mar. 21

6%
14%

16%

Sale

23%
3%
%
1%

% Mar.
% Mar.

1%
8

5

Sale

66

12

18

2

30

16

Sale

121

i

Mar. 28

25% Mar. 28

96

22% Sale
1%
4%

%

Sale

25

Mar. 16

9%

20*
12

Sale

Feb.

15% Jan.
112

33

23%

8%

14

20

"2%

58

Mar. 30

3% Jan. 26
1% Feb. 28

4

AX

48

Sale
Sale

Mar. 17

23% Mar. 20

6

5

4

Sale

20

18

62

Mar. 21 120
Mar. 28
23

Mar. 21
Mar. 23

11

Mar. 31

9%

25%
4%

Sale

8%
15%

2n ioa

•

..

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7

25

Certificates (old)

Sale

%
i3%

%
8%

11,600|Texas Pacific Coal A Oil...10
53,200 Tex Pac Ld Trust -tfR
1

2%

92%

.....

5,800 Tennessee Corp
141,930 Texas Corp (The)
207,700|Texas Gulf Sulphur

Sale

5

•

....

5

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

8

12%
1%
14%
122%

41

113

3%

8

13% Sale
20%
21%
48
44%
1

A*

60% Mar. 22
17% Mar. 2

Sale

1

20*

Sale

62
Sale

j.8

4%

44

4%
15%
%

"16""

100

22

10%

31

900 Sweet» Co of Amcr (The)..50

OOOjSymington Co
2,4661
Class A
6,700 Telautograph Corp

Sale

60%
119%

1

5

5

30,500,Stewart

Sale
Sale

2)%

8

12%
2%
15%

*

*

62

17%

3

9

•

7,100 Sterling Sec Corp cl A
5,100
Preferred...

58

7

121% 123

Tobacco...

6%

116

Sale

20*

•

.

A--*

2,700 Standard Investing Corp
17,300 Standard Oil Export pref. 100
201,207 Stand OU of Calif
43,200 Standard Oil of Kanias... .10

600

Sale

Sale
Sale

3

4%

*

...

4,400

Mar.

Sale

30

'IB
*

.....

preferred

111,600 Sraudard Gas & Elec.......*
28.300
$4 preferred..
♦
Preferred (7%)
4,500
...»
Preferred (6%)
2,200

-----

Mar.

Sale

n

100

365,800 Standard Brands
1,800
Preferred.........

2.300

10

28

23

15

4%
30%

1%
2

*

..

100

13

6% Mar.
2% Mar. 27
17% Mar.
2

75

%
1%
2%
2%

Sale

6

3%

1,600 Spiegel-May-Stern Co

300

29%

6% Sale

22

114

25%

*

1,300 Spencer Kellogg Ac 80ns.
2,200 Splcer Mfg Co

1,400

22

11

3

% Mar. 16

Sale

o

"7% Sale"

•

A

B..

180 Speui A Co

3,800

3

Sale
Sale

%
%
i% Sale
1%
1%
2% Sale

2%

25

18,700 Sparks Withlngton.

100

Sale

4
Sale

8%

*

.

100

...

10 Spang Chaifant Ac Co
Preferred
5,556

6%

i%
24%

6%
7%

2

..25

1,600 Spalding (A G) & Bros
*
1st preferred.....
830
....100

2,400

% Mar.

%

2

.

500 Southern Dairies class

6,200

2
Sale

Sale

7

♦

...

California

101

30

*

100

8% preferred

48,800' Super

5

Jan.

2%
3
2% Mar.
%
1
% Mar.
6%
6%
28
28%
Mar.
28%
17% Sale
*15% Mar,
1%
2
1% Mar.
16% Sale
j3% Mar.
1%
2%
1% Mar.
26%
29%
24% Mar.

Sale

~

14

2%

5%
6%

*

.

184,900 So Porto Rico Sug

1st

Jan.

17

Mar.

100

Socony Vacuum

Con»

60

•

Solvay Am Inv Corp—
10,400
5%% preferred

2,600

26% Jan.

60

85

3%

216

34

21%
9% Sale
14%
15%
5% Sale
40% Sale

10

....

496,910 Standard

33% Mar. 16

2

77

%
ax
6%
8%
28% Sale

20

...

Corp

Preferred

800 Stand

1

Mar.

8%
31%

Sale

3

"

Snider Packing......

300

Mar.

60

3
Sale

76%

81

% Sale
1% Sale
2%
n
4
3%
3%

400 Sloss-Sheffield Steel Ac Ir.100
Preferred
1,570
100

80

Salo
2%

1%

*

preferred

Class

28

2%
18%

Sale

74%

Sale

31

1

6,100 Skelly Oil Co
Preferred.
7,300

100

32

Sale

19%

1

47,400 Simmons Co

Sou

Highest.
Scte Prices.

61

8

Sale

6%

88
96%
2%
1%
7

94

1

Shubert Theatre
6 ,800 Slrams Petroleum..

85,100

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Sale

%

Sale
3%
18%

18

Sale

77%

19

...

866

6%
3%

Sale

40

71,800 Shell Union Oil
9,900
Convertible preferred..100

347,056

10

7%

*

Sharon Steel Hoop
Sharp & Dohme
Conv prof aeries A
Shattuck (G f)

New

%

3%
4%
20% Sale

100

590 Shell Transp Ac Trading

"6.306

Sale

7

•

.

Oil

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices

*

Seneca Copper
Servel Inc

Con

Sale

16

400 Seagrave Corp (The).

8%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Lowest.

Ask

20

479,500 Seara, Roebuck Ac Co.
4,900 Second Nat Investors
1,700
15 conv preferred

Sinclair

Bid.

14%
%

1,140 Scott Paper...............
91,310 Seaboard Oil Co of Del.....*

10,900
35,200
6,200
21,500
2,100
33,900

Ask

60

52.700 St Joseph Lead.....
10
75,600 Safeway Storea.
Preferred (6)
3,530
...100
Preferred (7)
2,510
100
4,000 Savage Arms Corp
*
4,500 .vhuite Retail Stores......*
8'",

Bid

27

13,500 Kossla Insurance ........—5
26,500 Royal Dutch Co N Y aha

890

Ask.

March 31.

10
.

Richfield Oil Co of Calif

100 Rio Grande Oil
900 Ritter Dental Mffl

125,400

March 1.

10

800 Rhine West phalia Elec Pr

7,000

IN MARCH.

Jan. 3

1933.

522,200 Reynolds(RJ)Tob
Glass A..,
1,842

39

Price

stock exchange

Jan. 1.

"

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

Sale

_•

2

I % Mar. 22

14% Mar.

2

2% Mar.

2

2% Mar. 15

17% Mar. 16

2

1% Mar. 22
13% Feb. 23

Feb.

3% Jan. 12
17% Mar. 16

•
•

Class A certifs of deposit..*

252,500 Transamertca Corp

•

700 Tran Ac Williams Steel Forg*
108,900 Tri-Contlnencal Corp......*
3,200
Preferred
..*
4,700 T rlco Products
v
300 Truax Traer Coal

5,600 r ruscon Steel Co
4,700 Ulen Ac Co
14,800 Underwood Elliott
20

7V,

10

600

7.700 Union

426.900 Union

Bag A

Optional Sale.

55

Sale

21%

22%

Ho \
3 % Salo

•

1

12

14

y\
84%

90
7

.....*

Paper

Carbide

Salo

3%

Fisher..*

preferred

131,200




.*

3
4

A Car

.....

.*
*

1%

5%
26% Salo

4%
3

Sale

4% Sale

4%

3% Sale
45%
56
21
20%
% Sale
2% Sale
% Sale
9% Sale
80
84%
7% Sale
21% Sale
-

2%
3

4%
Sale

42% 48
22% Sale
%
1
2%
2%
%
1
12% Sale
75

5%

aid

2%
2%
a 46 %
20%

2*

Mar. 21 i
Mar.
I1

5% Mar. 16

2% Mar.

2% Mar 21
4% Mar, 16

2% Mar. 21
2% Feo. 27

Mar. 28

51

21

a46% Mar. 28

Mar.

23% Mar, 23
% Mar, 16

20% Feb. 25
% Mar. 16

2

Mar. 16
Mar.

3

Mar. 30

9% Mar.

1

4

Mar

Mar, 20

1% Mar, 17
14% Mar, 16

78

8%
Sale

7% Mar.
21

2

Mar.

1

8% Mar.

1

26% Mar.

2

%
9%
84%
5%
19%

Mar.

6

Jan.

4

3% Jan.
4
4% Mar. 16
59

Jan.

10

23% Mar. 23
% Feb. 27
4

Jan.

3
16

Feb.

24

1% Jan.
4
14% Mar. 16

Feb.

Jan.

6

21

88

Jan.

13

Feb.

24

8% Feb.
9
28% Jan. 11

Feb.

1

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

40

STOCKS
EXCHANGE

N. Y. STOCK

Since

Price
Jan. 3

Shares.

20,400
8,000

1,528,200
5,700
800

8,000
100

California

Union Tank Car

62". 400 United Carbon...
118,500 United Cigar Stores
600
6% preferred
637,000 United Corp
Preferred
78,200
1,030 United Dyewood

1036 Sale

*

1
100
*

10

105

Sale
Sale

234
253*6 Sale
36
%
6
736
1636 Sale
9134 Sale
36
1
2

....

Sale

5,400 United Piece Dye Works...
Preferred
..100
750
*
11,300 United Stores A
Preferred
..*
3,200
4,800 Universal Leaf Tobacco
Preferred
100
360
100
330 Universal Pict 1st pref

55
1

4334

Foundry
preferred......

400 U S Dlstrib Corp
Preferred

200

U S

11,300
3,600
6,100
35,500
2,355

U

3,000

U

136,400

U

8,000
13,300
1,100

U

U
U

•

Sale

104

aW

Sale

334
Sale

44$
356
4)6
834
1334
30 36
283*6

59

236
336

;

Sale

I
'

Sale

!

40

3 36

4136

Sale

56

Sale

6736
6536
120
13036 134

2036

11*

12

28

30

910

6,900
2,700
5,500

7%

100

1st preferred

Va-Caro

._..*

48

preferred

436
3

16

1636

100

61

65

7,300

preferred. 100

80

7% preferred.

736 Sale

Waldorf System....

300 Walgreen 6)4%

7,500
1,000
8,300
2,100

134,425

Ward

Warner

$3.85

Bros Pictures
conv

336
36 Sale
1234
16

5

...

7% preferred

900

136 Sale
636 Sale
136
134

3

preferred.....*

9,000 Warner-tjuinlan
♦
*
15,800 Warren Bros
470
Convertible preferred....*
*
4,400 Warren Fdry 8c Pipe
•_.*
6,100 Webster Eisenlohr..
300

2,820
3,178
2,100
2,640
1,620
1,520

conv

Preferred

(6)
Pow pref 7%

__

6% preferred..
t c

v

Sale

100
100
100
100

277,979 Western Union Teleg
*
56,300 Westinghouae Air Brake
412,700 Westlnghouse El 8c Mfg.. 50
7% 1st preferred
50
1,750

1,100

Weston

300

4,600

38)6 Sale
45
49)4

White Rk
White

Convertible

*

preferred

5

513,300 Willys-Overland.
900
7% convertible pref
100
*
14,900 Wilson 8c Co
"A"
.*
19,200
Preferred
100
8,800
10
424,950 Woolworth (F W)_.
100
21,700 Worthliigton P 8c M_.^
7% preferred "A"
...100
1,500
6% preferred B
400
100
580 Wright Aeronautical Corp..*
*
19,000 Wrigley (Wm> Jr..

390

Yale 8c Towne
Yel

Trk 8c

25

Mfg Co

C'ch class

B

10

..100
3,200 Young Spring 8c Wire ...___*
36,600 Youngst'n Sh 8c Tube......*
7%

preferred

(Blue) certificates

"MOO
34,200

•

No par value




Zenith Radio

Corp

/.onlte Products

Ex-dividend.

,....*
1

Sale
Sale

Sale

"60"'
Sale

„ny*

27

Sale

336
3334

15

Mar

16

16

10

16

16

34 Mar,

Sale
Sale

2

1236 Fen. 25
57
Feb.
4
554 Mar. 29
7834 Mar. 29
1
Feb.
2
234 Mar. 15
34 Mar. 3
1234 Mar. 15

2054 Jan.

1236 Mar.

736
7836
1)4
234
134
1434

534 Mar. 29
7834 Mar. 29
1
Mar.
1
234 Mar. 15
36 Mar. 3
1234 Mar. 15

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

18
29
16
18
16
16

Mar.

134 Mar. 16

Mar.

5

Mar.

Mar. 23

Mar.

136 Mar. 18
436 Mar. 16

836

Mar.

Mar.

8

Mar. 16

Mar.

5§*
14*
,

1
Mar.
2
Mar.
1
Mar. 16

Mar.

Mar. 15
44
4034 Mar. 16
4536 Mar. 17

Sale

% Sale
134
2 56
1554
2336
236 Sale

7

18

20

1236

12

Sale

4

Sale

1836
3536
1336
1636

Sale

11

836
35

734
336
2136
5
10

4

25

Sale
Sale
23
20

11
3536

934
Sale
26
7
Sale

13" Sale"
36
1)4
234
15

5i
a

136

Sale

Sale

1

Sale
10
136

4

Sale

36
136

1934 Sale
2736 Sale
1036 Sale
17

20

1436
22
5
736
3434 Sale
8

Sale

236

Sale
20
Sale

1634
436
836

Mar. 16

40

93

1
1

9

236
15

Mar.
Mar.

36
236
234
1736

134 Sale
Sale
2234
2734 Sale
11
1136

Mar. 17

334 Mar. 3
Mar. 31
5
Mar. 3
734 Mar. 22
16
Mar. 2

434 Mar. 16
1034 Mar. 15
8
Mar. 16

1136 Mar. 29
36 Mar. 20
136 Mar. 3
2
Mar.
2
15
Mar.
1
he Mar. 30

1434 Mar. 16
54 Mar. 15
134 Mar. 16
3
Mar. 16
1734 Mar. 16
34 Mar.
1

734 Mar. 22
18
Mar. 28

27

8

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar. 15
Mar. 29

Sale

14

20

14

11

834 Mar. 15
34)4 Mar.
1

3634 Sale
836 Sale
2 36 Sale
1254
20
634
336
934 Sale

234 Mar.

1
2

Mar.

2

8
18

Mar.

334 Mar. 30
8
Mar. 2

16
16
16
16

634
2534
3336
1536

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

17

Mar. 15
Mar. 29,

14

334 Feb. 20

6
12
20
13
2
Jan. 10
334 Jan. 13
134 Jan.
6
Jan.

61

834 Jan.
8854 Jan.

Jan.

1

W.

Mar.
3
Mar.
Mar. 22

34

Jan.
Jan.

525H
14*

34 Mar.
7

Jan.
Jan.

9

Jan.

40

4
21
13
11
11
17

654 Jan.

Jan.

50

12

J an.

15

Feb.
436 Feb.
54 Mar.
234 Feb.
734 Feb.
5
Feb.

Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

5134 Jan.
63

Jan.

52

Jan.

96

Mar.

110

Jan.

83

Mar. 30 101
Mar. 31
134
Mar.
31
Feb.
1634
Jan.
3156
Feb.
7234
Feb.

334 Feb. 27
Mar. 31
5
Mar.
3

10

734 Jan.
4
15
Feb. 27
14
Jan. 25
1156 Mar ."29
34 Jan. 20
1)4 Jan. 14
2
Mar.
2
15
Mar.
1
1-16 Mar. 30
12
Feb. 14

34 Jan.
4
19

Jan.

Mar.

2534 Feb.
8

14

14

Mar.

3
3

2

25j
2!

Mar. 15
Feb. 28,

8)4 Feb. 28
34)4 Feb. 28

936 Mar. 16
4)4 Mar. 16
Mar. 17
536 Mar. 16
12
Mar. 16

18

7

Jan.

20

2)4 Mar.

2

Mar.

2

334 Mar. 30
734 Feb. 28

17
2

Mar. 16

3834 Mar.
3434 Mar.

236
34
1736
1136
1936
60)6

1

Mar.

49

834 Mar. 24l
3936 Mar. 16

22

Mar. 24
Jan.
5
Mar. 24
Jan. 25

1

I54 Mar ."15

Mar.

4

19

6

69

10

5

1334

2636 Mar. 16
1636 Mar. 17
2934 Mar. 16

Mar.

21

16

Mar. 17

23

11 34 "12"
34
136

436 Mar. 16

Mar.

1834 Sale
£1534 Sale
2334 Sale
6734
6834

19

1236

3l!

3

Mar.

7

27

1836 Mar. 16

Mar.

7

%

136
5034
6 36
8554

7H
136 Sale

4

9
11
30
2436 Mar. 20
14)6 Jan. 11
234 Feb. 16
3834 Feb. 17
Jan.

34 Feb. 23
3536 Mar. 31
334 Mar. 2
69
Mar. 31
234 Fen. 28

Mar.

Sale
Sale
734
20

Jan.

15

Feb.
Jan.

6

Jan.

Mar.

24

I*

336

Mar. 16

38

28

Mar, 29

2

13

13036 Mar. 21

136 Mar. 24
42
Mar. 15
636 Mar. 24
77
Mar. 1
3
Mar. 17

136 Sale
836
36
1
336 Sale

10

Mar

35

15

Mar.

2036 Sale
6436 Sale

g?34

9 £71

3736 Mar. 21

136

Sale

2

Mar, 24

125

Jan.

2336 Mar. 16
4336 Mar. 28
3336 Mar. 16

Mar. 18

Mar. 27

Sale

Mar. 16

554 Mar. 16
536 Jan. 12

1534 Jan. 11
2
754 Mar,
4
136 Jan.

Mar. 22

14

5

Jan.

12

24% Mar, 20
14
Mar 16

Mar.

1836

30

Mar. 15

36 Mar. 15
3534 Mar. 31
334 Mar. 2
69
Mar. 31
234 Mar. 15

34

Sale

IV*
70

59

13036 Mar 21
35
Mar, 28
334 Mar 16

Sale

2734 Sale
1156 Sale

Mar.
Jan.

16

2336 Mar

Mar.
6534 Mar.
Mar.
35
Mar.
2
Mar.
36 Mar.
2436 Mar.
734 Mar.

Sale

Feb. 28
Feb. 27
Feb. 23
3
Jan.
4
Jan.
Mar. 2

53

16

Mar

4336 Mar 28
3336 Mar 16
6736 Mar 16
£71
Mar 15

53

68

Mar

16

Mar.

.....

Corp..,

Sale

Jan.

234
236
534
1334
3934
2334

16

Mar.

...

...

Sale

Mar. 16

26
30

2336 Mar. 16
9 10756 Jan. 28
10136 Jan.
Jan.
5
3
134 Mar. 30
Jan. 10
1334 Feb. 28 2736
1
436 Mar. 16
234 Mar.
Mar. 16
9
436 Feb. 25
Jan. 13
50
30
Feb. 23

2

Mar
Mar
Mar

534 Mar
536 Mar

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

15

Feb. 16
Feb. 27

7

Feb.

5
1034 Jan.
1436 Feb. 10
Jan. 20
434

1

18

Mar

Mar. 30

14 34

Wilcox Oil 8c Gas

234
234
534
1734
4134
2334

Sale

*

Mach__.

3634 Mar.

Feb.

50
12

Mar.

Q

Jan.

5
3
11
11
21

28

42

93

Jan.

17 103
1
15

.

Mar, 15
Mar 16
Mar 16
Mar 16

Mar. 18 103

Sale

26

5

16

Sale

Sale

25

Jan.

23

Mar

8

36

4

3

Jan.

Mar. 21
Feb. 16

45

1336 Mar 20
436 Mar 21

103

100

Jan.

23

Mar

9

Mar. 16

734 Sale

3-36

M Spr ctfs

Sewing

21

Sale

43

534
74J4
134
5134

60

136 Mar, 17

Mar.

40

5
11
9
23

10

334 Mar. 3
Mar. 28
36 Feb. 28

3

Mar.

8*

Jan.

2056 Jan.

9936 Mar.
1036 Feb.
6J4 Mar.
13
Mar.
2
Feb.
734 Jan
34 Jan.
334 Feb.

60

1736
634

800 Wilcox-Rich Corp class A__

3,566
58,400

5^

Jan.

Jan.
9036 Mar. 22 100
34 Jan.
34 Jan. 23

16

Sale

2336
1036
236
27

Jan.

3534 Mar. 20
6
34 Jan.

Mar. 31

14

17

Mar

10634 Sale

..100
50

....

436 Mar
64

52
Sale

Ctfs of deposit

3,000
1,000
16,600

W
Sale
a

•

Steel Corp

Preferred...

300 White Motor.

"6~066

Sale
Sale

»

Westvaco Chlorine Prod

400 Wheeling

236
736
536

12

Jan.

4

Mar

3

•

Instr

El

Class A

1,300

5

136

1

Jan.

Feb.

2^

22

Sale

Sale

*
*
100

Western Dairy Prod A..

Sale

1

10
49

*

7% preferred

Class B

134

1

•

Ei Co "A"

West Penn

10,000

W
9

.*

preferred

West Penn

4

§
8

I

170 Wells Fargo 8c Co
Wesson Oil 8c Snowdrift
$4

3

100

Preferred

28,000
3,500

136

*
*
100

Baking class A._

Class B

88

136

*

Co

Walworth

Jan.

4
2
11
6
9
18

15

3534 Sale
336
6
69
Sale
236
9
12
55
1636 Sale
5636
65
536
636
72
8036
1
134
236
236
36
1
9
1434

55

5

Jan.

15

336

1

34

100
100

Detlnning

Vulcan

250

6
Mar.
2
1836 Mar. 16
9336 Mar. 2

Sale

.

436

a

12

Preferred

"7",850

36

30

Sale

77

840 Virginia Elec & Power 6% pf*
350 Virginia Iron, Coal & CokelOO

236 Sale
36 Sale
30
2436
836 Sale
336
236

Sale
5036

1

100
100

Chem

7% prior pref....
6%

234

Co.

250 Van Raalte

3
Mar. 15
3536 Mar. 201
36 Mar. 16!

125

50

35

Sale

10*

Preferred

42

! 2436

59,800 Vanadium Corp of America.*

600

Sale

Jan.

36
634
1034
3734

30

8

336
336
636
2134
4236
27 36
5936
6636

Sale

18

|

Sale

♦
*
100

51,700 Utilities P 8c L "A"
7,000 Vad sco Sales Corp

Sale

536 Sale

Sale

126 56 139
62
35

10

50 Utah Copper

Sale

55

21,400
*
55,800 U S Rubber
25,600
8% 1st preferred.......100
50
97,800 U S Smelt Ref & Mg
Preferred
50
5,990
100
1,318,420 United States Steel..
7% preferred
100
235,200
*
15,300 U S Tobacco
50
Preferred
100

Sale

59

Impt

U S Realty 8c

836 Mar. 16
3336 Mar. 16
1*
Mar.
1

1
5
336 Mar.
43
37
3636 Mar. 28 45
12
Sale
834 Mar. 31
1
Sale
2336
18
Mar.
21
Sale
104
103
Mar. 17 105
Sale
236
134 Mar. 30
136
1436 Mar. 2 2234
2034 Sale
436
336
234 Mar.
336
2
9
Sale
7
434 Mar.
45
29
3736 Mar. 15 3736

50

15

3
34 Jan.
334 Jan. 13
436 Mar. 31
26
Mar. 31
36 Feb. 17
2836 Jan. 18
1
Mar. 31
3
2336 Jan.
34 Mar. 23
5
Mar. 3

Mar

134
434

33!

"16

Mar

12 M

J

16

Mar

J736

10

..100
Express..--..........100
S & Foreign Secur Corp.
Preferred
*
S Freight....
*
S Gypsum Co
20
7% preferred
100
S Hoffman Mach
*
S Indus Alchol
*
S Leather v tc
*
Class A v t c
*
Prior preferred ▼ t c
100

200

8

4

18

1
634 Mar.
13
Mar. 15
434 Mar. 21

22

956
14%

15

45
Mar. 21
22
Mar. 27 26
9936 Mar. 17 103
11
Mar. 30 11

100

14

20
....•
*

U S Pipe 8c

1st

25

97

Jan.
4
Jan. 19
Jan. 11
Jan.
5
Feb.
6
Mar. 16
Feb.
7

36 "Feb"." 27

45

103

16

22

60

Sale

16

5134 Mar. 1
3
Mar. 21
1334 Feb. 24
93
Mar. 22

334 Mar. 3
Mar. 28
36 Mar. 21

334

80
Sale

...... —

34,700
10,600

1134
12J4
2836
5934
334
1834

16

1434 Mar. 16

2636 Sale
36
134
2336
33
1
Mar. 31
136 Sale
3236 Sale £2434 Mar. 2
36 Mar. 23
,34
6A
5
Mar. 3
4
8
14
Mar. 31
1436 Sale
8636
8934 90 J4 Mar. 22
34
2

35

25

..-100
*
8,500 United Electric Coal...
217,700 United Fruit..
6,700 Universal Pipe A Rad Co..*
Preferred
100
60
*
288,610 United Gas 8c Impt Co
Preferred....,
*
8,200
100 United Paperboard Co...100
Preferred.

834 Mar. 2
1034 Feb. 21
1634 Mar. 2

1

436 Mar. 31
26
Mar. 31
36 Mar. 27

Sale

5

Sale

100

1036 Mar.

Sale

11

Highest.
Sale Prices

Mar.
2 11
2 1236 Mar.
2 2436 Mar.
Mar.
1 £56
336 Mar.
3
Mar. 21
Mar.
1436 Mar. 24
Mar.
93
Mar. 22 93

Sale

93

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Publishers.

United Business

30

834
1034
1634
5134

3

Highest.

Prices.

Sale

10)6 Sale
12
1134
1934 Sale
5534 Sale

2ft
*
United Aircraft 8r Tr Corp.-*1
6% pref series A__ — ---50
United American Bosch Corp*
United Biscuit of Am
..*
Preferred
100

Union OH.

Ask

Bid.

Par.

Sale Prices

Lowest.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.

Jan. 1.

;

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

AGGREGATE SALES

Jan.

3
13
13
12
12
11

Mar. 16
Mar. 17

11

Jan.

Mar. 17

Jan.

11
11

Jan.

10

Jan.

5

1434 Feb.

7

Jan.
Jan.

24
11

8
8

2234 Jan

•

4

Jan.

25

16" "Jan.

11

14

54 Jan
3
134 Mar. 16
3

Jan.

4

1836
254
1734
154
634
2534
3734

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

12
4
24
10
16
16
5

16

Jan.

11
9

Feb.
1834 Jan.

23

11

9
Jan. 31
3934 Mar. 16

936
4 36
2334
636
1334

Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

16
11
7
31
11

.....

436

34
%
3J4 Sale

Sale

336 Mar.

2

534 Mar. 16

34 Feb. 27
354 Feb. 28

1
Jan. 16
534 Mar. 16

New York Curb

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY

RANGE OF
Stock Sales.
March

Shares-

PRICES ON NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

1933.

'

Bond Sales.

1932.

1932.

1933.

March

2,561>464

$77,068,000

Jan. 1 to March 31

13,611,274

$47,903,000
221,969,000

204,343,000

4,524,072

8,046,692

Jan. 1 to March 31

RECORD

NOTE.—Owing to the banking holidays or moratoria, the New York Curb Exchange was closed
beginning with Saturday, March 4, and was not reopened until the morning of Wednesday, March 15.
AGGREGATE SALES.

PRICES

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

March.

Jan. 1.

Shares

Shares.

25

5,600

700
50

500

800
50

t c

4x

Bid.

Ask.

Ask. Bid.

550 Allied Int Inv S3

3X

3X Mar. 15

8

3X

"4" Sale"

100
*

X

X

%

4~X

2X

X

*

a

Sale

5

"2

% Sale
6X
10

6

Sale

2X

...

36
384

36

8

6

8

300 Amer Bakeries cl A stock

41

Sale

40

Sale

37

18

3%

4

3H

44

Sale

41X

3%
Sale

Sale

39

Sale

3

3X

Beverage Corp

X

1,500
1,700
1,300

900

600

44,600

Common class B

500

7,900

2,600
3,100
20,900

Elec

New

2,300
1,400
294
■

cl A

X

4X
4X
X

•

preferred..

Corp

3,700 Anchor
1,100

52 k Mar. 16
20
Mar. 16
20
Mar.
2

Jan.

5

17 X Feb. 21
3X Mar. 22

3X Mar. 22
Feb.

28

Mar. 27

37

13X Mar.
Feb.

20

3
27

3

1

X Mar.

Mar.

3

4

1% Mar.

2
3

38

Mar.

7

Feb.

24

X Jan.
3X Feb.

Mar. 16

3
16
24

3

Mar.

5X Mar. 24
Mar. 25

Jan.

IX Mar.

2

Mar.

3

34

X

Xs
X
5X Sale

% Mar. 22

X Mar. 22

Mar.

2

6

2

35

5

Mar. 16
Mar.

Jan.

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
19
Mar.
354 Jan.

54
654
Yb
1154

Jan.

4

30

Jan.

2X Feb.

Sale
A

Sale

Sale

5

% Sale

ih

5X Mar. 15
3X Mar.
Ya Mar.

5

6

7
6

11
4

Jan.

5

3X Jan. 10
xv
354 Feb. 20
Mar. 25

38

54 Jan.

5

Feb.

28

1

54 Mar. 20

*A Jan.
4X Jan

Mar. 16
Feb.
6

6

36

30 X Mar.

5Vb Mar. 15
6X Mar. 16
Xe Mar.

21

30

54 Jan.

11854 Jan.
5Vs Mar.
6 k Mar.
Z Feb.
1054 Jan.

118k
4X
3X
X

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

3

4X
3X
Xe

3
9
9
31

Feb.

5

11

Feb.

24

5454 Jan. 10
5254 Mar. 16
2054 Jan.
6

Po«t

Fence

Sale
Sale

Sale

3
Sale

2SA Mar. 28
X Mar. 2

2X Mar. 22
IX Mar. 16

8%

X

2X Sale

2X Mar.
Vl6 Mar. 29
6 k Mar.

3

9X

2X
X

2%
.X

Jan.

9

Jan.

14

Feb.

2

Feb.

8
1

154 Jan.
12X Feb.
354 Jan.

Mar. 29

X Jan.

2X
X
6X

Sale

%

%
8

8X

9

12

10

12

10

43 X

60

43X

8

60

40

10

Mar.

2

X Mar. 16
9X Mar. 29
10

Mar.

2

60

5X
4X

50

Sale
7

5X
2%

10
2X

7

4

2X

4

2% Mar. 27

Mar. 30

5X Mar.
2X Mar. 23

Jan.

3

Feb.

28

it*

Feb.

23

21

Feb.

9

10

43H Jan.

%

12

Mar. 15

10

23

*

30
15
16

9
31

Mar.

Mar. 30

4

954 Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

11
23
9
9

10
13
17
23
9

4354 Jan.

10

Jan.

23
3

6

H

554 Jan.
254 Jan. 30

IX

X

IX

X

IX

X Mar. 27

%
X
4X

X
X
4X

X
X

3A

%> Mar. 15

Xe Mar. 15

4X Mar. 3
% Mar. 15

Mar. 15

2X Mar. 2
X Mar. 29

2X Mar. 24
IX Mar. 2

X

com

1
..

20

Jan.

9

754 Jan.

20
11

Feb.

16

154 Jan.

11

X Mar. 27

X
'A
X» Sale
4
4X

5

Jan.

7

2

2% Jan.
2

Anglo Chilean Cons Nitrate
Corp Common
com..

354 Jan.

2X
X
12k
2X
A
6.X

Jan.

20

900 Arcturus Radio Tube
200

X

—-

3

1

Meter Co

2,300 Armstrong Cork

1,250

Mar. 21

3X Mar. 22
3X Mar. 15
54
Mar. 16

"X ""X

%

1

3X
2X
%

1

*
..15

preferred....
225 Amer Transformer common
300 Amsterdam Trading Am shs

100

19

Jan.

3
10

5
3

Securities—

Partic

Amer Founders

800

2

100

3,500 Amer Thread

700

Mar.

24

11
Mar. 3
Mar. 16
Jan.
9
Jan.
4
Jan.
4
Mar. 31

5

*

300 Amer Salamandra Corp

200

5X Mar.

30X Mar.

American Equities Co

1,200 American

2

6

1

325 Amer Mfg Co common.....100
130
Preferred
100

■

3X Sale

3

"X

X

*

11,200 American Investors com
Warrants
5,100
1,094 Amer Lauod Mach com
1,100 Amer Maize Products com..

25

354
1354
7X
7254
Yb

Mar. 31

Jan.

.100

400 American Hardware

"

22 X Jan.

IX Feb. 23

X Mar.

34

*

Common class B
102,000
2,112 Amer Dept Stores Corp
63
7% 1st pref series A
Amer

"""605

Mar. 16

X

X

..»

com

Mar.

2

2X

$3 preferred..

com

2

11
24

67 X Mar. 24
Feb. 15

5%

cl A*

com

$5.50 prior preferred

300 Amer Cyanamld

3

Jan.
Feb.

13X Mar. 16

2X Mar.
1
X Mar. 23

3X

5

25 American Cigar Co

""'166

X Sale

Sale

100

500 Amer British & Contr Corp.*

V.266

13 X Mar.
Mar.

4

*

New

400 Amer Capital Corp

"

Mar. 27

20

*

Amer

Mar. 21

3X Mar. 22
3X Mar. 22
38^ Mar. 2

3

100

90 American Book Co..

2®

8*

*

5,700
25,900

13 k

2X Feb.

600 Amer Austin Car Com

60

"5" "Mar .'§!

19

Series C warrants.
Series D warrants.......

300

21,305

3X Mar.

"5" "Mar .'31
1
3
3

Highest.
Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Prices.

3
Mar. 16
3X Mar. 20
87X Mar. 24

2X Mar.
X Mar.
5X Mar.

4

pref__*

3,900 Allied Mills Inc..
43,250 Aluminum Co common..
*
Preferred
100
7,050
...»
2,300 Aluminum Ltd
850
6% preferred
.100

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale

13 k Mar. 16

..25

conv

Lowest.
Sate Prices.

2X Mar.
2
67X Mar. 24

3X

350 Ala Gt Sou RR ordinary
50
Preference
50
...50

15

19,350
3,500

t

Ask.

3X

1,600 Ainsworth Mfg Corp com.. *
5,100 Air Investors Inc com v t c._
Convertible preference...*
1,800
Warrants
10,750

400

900

Acme Wire Co

425 Adams Millis 7% 1st pf
600 Aero Supply Mfg class B
400 Agfa Ansco Corp com

"400
1,400

Bid.

Par

MISCELLANEOUS
*
100 Abbott Laboratories com
500 Acetol Products, Inc. A
'
.25
25 Acme Steel Co

'"266

300

AND

March SI.

March 1.

1933.
INDUSTRIAL

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN MARCH.

Price

Jan. 3

5

X

a

Sale

400 Art Metal Works common...5
59 Arundel Corp common..

Mar. 21

%
X
4X
X
12 X

Jan.
5
Feb. 15
Mar. 3
Mar. 15
Feb.
6

3

Jan.

Xt Jan.
5
54 Jan. 28
554 Mar. 15
54 Jan. 26
1254 Feb.
6

Associated Elec Industries-

400

5,400

American deposit recta.. £1
800 Associated Rayon Corp com.*
500 Atlantic Coast Fisheries
•
100 Atlantic Securities com
•

700

_

67,100
900

8,400
1,100

152,966 Atlas Utilities Corp com
•
8,700 $3 preferred A
*
34,800
Warrants
3,500 Auto Voting Machine com.

'

3

2X

I

2X

X

il

2X Sale
%
IX
X
IX

33 X
2X

Sale
35X
Sale

6X
33 X

Sale
Sale
2X Sale

~6~X Sale
35

2X

36^
2H

6X Mar.
33

Mar.

1
1

2X Mar. 3
IX Mar. 27

8X Mar. 16
37

Mar. 16

3X Mar. 16
2

Mar. 17

2,750 Axton Fisher

1,450

Tob class A.. 10

2,500 Babcock Ac Wilcox Co
1,300 Bellanca Aircraft v t c
7,700 Benef Indus Loan com

300

2,400

50

65

28

1

2

1

40

100
._*

Sale

12

10

IX
Sale

35

39X

28

Mar.

31X Sale
IX
IX
8X
9X

28

Mar. 17

3

40

Mar. 29

IX Mar. 18
9% Mar. 3

200 Blauuer
mm

—

•*»

•»

500 Bliss

—

18,000
3,400

s

30,500 Blue Ridge Corp com
14,400
Opt 6% Conv pref

25
10

1

500
_

600 Brill Corp class A
400

_

"6,600
2,400

17,200
3,200

100

2,400
400

300

Class

!.

B

Sale

IX

3

6

10

1

2
2X
21X Sale
X
3

X
2

25 X

IX

13
5

55

354 Jan.
Jan.

24
13

31

Mar. 31

Jan.

12

Feb.

24

Mar. 29

82X Mar. 23

1

5A

Mar. 29

21

Mar. 23

3

Jan.

30

Feb.

1

Jan.

16
14

Feb.
Feb.

18

2

Feb.

82 X

Mar. 24
Jan.

154 Feb.
354 Jan.
2954 Jan.

IX Feb.
21X Mar.

21

38

12

Feb.

26

822-4 Mar.

Mar.

22X
3 k
X
X

.100

4X

3

x

•

xx

•

4X

8

2X
3
3/a
X
X
IX
X
X
9X Sale

2X

3X

1Yx Sale
10^ Sale^

1

Mar. 22

9

Mar.

IX

20

IX

IX
IX

Sale

IX

IX
IX

Sale
2

1

Mar. 22

5

6
1

82 k Mar. 29

Jan. ^6
Feb.
7
Mar. 20
Feb.
2

X Jan.
3

Mar. 23

16M Mar. 18
16X Mar. 18

Mar.

1

Mar. 21

2

16

54.

/

Mar. 23

1654
X
IX
1X

xlX Mar. 15
2X Mar. 17

\

4

6% Feb.

10 k Mar. 24

16X Mar. 18

rets..

X Mar. 16

X Mar. 20

16

dep rets ord bear. £1
Amer dep receiptn reg,.10s




10

Jan.

1

Amer

see page

Feb.

2

6

21

11
11

354 Jan.

1

Jan.

2

Jan.

854 ■ J an .

21

9X Mar.
4X Jan

3X Mar. 16
26k Mar. 20

10

23

2
2X
25 X
5

2
1

5

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Feb.
Jan.

1% Mar.
21k Mar.

9
16

1

Jan.

10

6

2

354 Jan.
154 Feb.

1

Brillo Mfg Co common..
*
British Amer Tobacco, Ltd—

2,100 Burco Inc warrants
7,800 Burma Corp, Amer dep
2,700 Butler Bros

For footnotes

IX
3X

29

1,100 Bourjois Inc...
•
1,200 Bridgeport Machine com....*

_

1,100

12

3

*

Boston & Maine RR—.
10
Prior preferred

1

Jan.

5
1

32 Blumenthal (Si & Co com...*
125 Bohack (H C) Co common
*
10 Boston & Albany RR Co\L100

2X
IX
3X
25k

11

.

6

common

(B W) Ac Co common...

33

1

100 Benson & Hedges conv pref.*
100 Blckford's Inc com.......
»
mt

Jan.

6% Mar.

25

31k Mar. 31
IX Mar. 24
10X Mar.
1

2

Mar. 29
5
i Jan.
10

~~7~X

300 Aviation Secur of New Eng

675

2% Mar.

Jan. 19
Jan. 11
Feb. 28
Feb. 27

2254 Jan. 26
354 Jan. 13
54 Feb. 16
1

Mar. 22

54 Jan.
4
1054 Mar. 24
9
.1654 Feb.
16X
lfi54 Feb. 10

54 Jan. 11
154 Jan. 12
254 Mar. 17

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

NEW

42

new york
Since

Price

curb exchange

In

March.

Jan. 3

Jan. 1.

Cable Radio Tube

4,000

200

200 Carman a Co

100

Am dep rets

1,800

7

4

Mar. 15

5

Mar. 27
Mar. 20

36

23*
5*
133*
63*

Mar. 16
Mar, 3
Mar. 25
Mar.

23* Mar. 28
15* Mar. 15
133* Mar. 25
7
Mar.
1

Mar.

33* Mar. 16
165* Mar. 16
13* Mar. 17
10
Mar. 16
6
Mar. 12
5* Mar.
13* Mar.

Sale

3,515

150

-

Carrier Corp common

2,200

2,300

b ord

725

Celanese

""200
700

900

100

100

Preferred

""300

143*

Sale

12

Sale
Sale

Sale

8

i
*

com

5

Mar.
Mar.

5A

10

6

18

435* Jan.

28

Jan.

25

Mar.
54
Mar.
20
Jan.
23* Jan.
5* Mar.
133* Mar.

27
20
11
19
3
25

63* Mar.
Feb.

2

Convertible

2,100
2,900

3A

13*

Mar. 16

A

3*

%

y8

A

zs

Preferred series b

600

Convertible

900

900 Cooper Bessemer Corp com.

300

f

17

3*j Mar. 30
5* Mar. 16

300

1,700

3,900
3,100

Am

II,400
6,300

3* Jan. 28
5* Mar. 16
15* Feb. 10

700 Cuneo Press

""loo

42,366
2,700
500

com

com.

314
93*
814 Sale
A
3*
a
y

100

De Forest Radio

v

*

t c

Detroit Aircraft Corp.

.

.

13*

Dow Chemical Co com

600

1,400

100

3,700
1,100

Dubilier Cond

3,100
800

Corp

2%

43*
3*
A

6

Mar.

Mar. 31
Mar. 15
Mar. 2
Mar. 23

43*
43*
23*
23*

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.

Mar. 20

Sale

3

1

Duval Texas Sulphur

31
15
16
23

Sale
3/

3*
3*

14

Mar. 17

60

Mar. 21

60

123*
3*
5*e
13*

Mar. 16
Mar.
Mar. 16

3*

3
13* Mar. 22

5*6

38"" Mar.*23

Mar.
3
43* Mar. 24
5* Mar. 29
5* Mar. 15

i

5*6
5io

i y8

13*
5*

13*

1%

13*

.

i

3 3*

•

65*
3*
5*6
5* Sale

33*

Sale

1

5* Mar

33*

Sale

"25*

3

25*

.

Mar.

30

Mar.

3

Mar.

1

Mar.

35*

Sale

1

13*
A
35*
25*
33*

3

1

314 Sale
37
383*

3

23*

3

1

2

Mar. 16

4

4J* Mar. 17
3834 Mar. 15

23* Mar. 15
37
Mar. 31

Sale

37

44

38

3
11

200

150

8u0 Pairchild Aviation class a.
..100
1,100 Fafardo Sugar

100

4

4J* Mar. 17
48
Jan. 27

900 Federal Bake Shops com

500 Federated

100

"""800
900

3,600
2,300

100

4,200
200

19.900
425

Ford

13,100
200

10

111

1

63*

Sale

53* Sale

•

*

6 y8

General Alloys Co

•

*

General Aviation Corp com •

m

General Klec Co of Great Brit

1,600

1,900
10,600
6,000

6

73*

4

Sale

4

5*
43*

51
Sale

3* Mar. 22
35* Mar. 2

6 A
2

Sale

4

7A
Sale

3*
33*

,5*

Sale

pref..

*
•

y8
13*
93*

Sale

75*

Sale

35*

sale

23*

Sale

Theatres
cum conv

1,100

33*

1

"

3*
2

Mar.

3

Mar. 21

Elec

i

com

y

Ke

$3 preferred with

warr....*

400

93*
6

.*

120

Sale

1453*

10
103*

3* Mar. 15

3* Mar. 15

Sale
Sale

2

83* Mar. 15
5 3* Mar.
3
23* Mar.
3
Mar. 16

Mar. 31

2

400

600 Helena Rubinstein common.*

93*

133*
9

5

93* Mar. 16
63* Mar. 16

Sale

118

Sale

Sale

103* Mar. 23 103* Mar. 23
Mar. 31 1215* Mar.
""
Mar. 16
1283* Mar. 3 149

118

Mar.

9

3

9-

Mar.

3

5*

5*

A
2y
y

A
43*

.3*
13*
3*

5*

3*

3*

3*
13*
5*

3
Sale

5* Mar. 16

Sale

i

'

5
1

3* Mar. 28

Mar. 24
Mar. 15
Mar. 20
Mar.

13* Mar. 21
3* Mar. 22
13* Mar. 20

13*
3*
13*
3*

Mar.

300 Heyden Chemical Co.

200

350 Hires (Chas e) class a com..*

Hvtirade Food

Q

94

203*

213*

"73*

Hardart com

83*
Sale

203*
Sale

19

rl8

19

173*

193* rl8

33*

1,752

400

1,000 Hygrade Sylvania Corp

200
100

For footnotes

45*




54.

Sale

5

common..

200 Industrial Finance
see page

Mar. 23

19

Mar. 16

35* Sale

35* Mar. 31

35* Mar . 31

Sale

25* Mar. 31
133* Mar. 17

3
Mar.
145* Mar. 17

63* Mar. 18
'155* Mar. 15

43*

6A Mar. 18
152* Mar. 17
5* Mar. 21

1,400 Imperial Tobacco Co of Can.5
7,800 Imp Tob of Gt Brit a Irel. .£1

300

19

100

Prod com

852

New

Mar. 23

Mar.

100

7% preferred

307 Huyler's Co 7% pref
4,800 Hydro-Elec Secur com

1,700

Mar.

73* Jan. 21
A Feb.
7
5
Jan
26

3

73* Jan.

25

33* Jan.

3* Mar. 15
13* Feb.
7
63* Mar. 30
4
Feb. 25

23* Mar.

3

Mar. 31

2

3* Jan.

6

26
31

3* Jan.
134 Feb.

11
7

Jan.

20

10

534 Mar. 3
35* Jan.
3
3
Mar. 16
3*6 Mar. 22

v

t c

118

Mar.

12
Jan.
6
8
Jan.
9
213* Jan. 20
203* Feb.
1
124
Jan.
9

128

Mar.

155

Mar.

15

9

Mar.

9

934 Mar.
6

Jan.

Jan.

103* Mar.

r5* Feb.

....

a

4

3

Mar. 31
3* Mar. 22

3*6 Mar. 22
93* Mar. 16
63* Mar. 16

3* Mar.

5*s Sale

600 Hall (C m) Lamp Co

Horn

3* Jan.
4

4

1

136

1213*

A

2,200 Happinesu Candy St cl a...*
800 Hazeltine Corp

100

6

35* Jan.
5* Jan.

25* Mar.

75* Mar. 15

„

Sale

a.*

100

1,700

Mar. 31

3

x9

Sale

Non-voting common stock *

25 Grief Bros Cooperage com

600

Jan.

33* Jan.
43* Jan.

12

12

8

5 Griffith (d w) Inc class a.
2,300 Grocery Stores Prod » tc,

""loo

28

2 A Jan.

63* Mar. 30
43* Mar. 20
23* Mar. 3

3*

5*6
13*
7

"y """51

93*
183*

103*

350 Gray Tel Pay Station com...*
Gt atl a Pac Tea 1st pref. 100

400

Jan.

11

Inc—

1,510

25

25* Feb.

5* Mar, 3
4A Mar. 20

300 Great Northern Paper Co. .25

""300

15* Feb.
7

25* Feb.

2

15

1,030

Mar.

22

13* Feb.
43* Feb.
93* Feb.

3* Mar. 23

5

43*

..2

21,600 Grajmur Corp

250

6A

5*6
45*

300 Gorham Mfg Co com v t c—*

50

590

614
33*

....

_

15,700 Gold Seal

100

Jan.

8
4
14
31
31
6
27
16
28
28
25
19
31

Equip Inc

8,100 Glen rvlden Coal Co
4,900 Globe Underwriters
34,700 Goldman-Sachs Trading
n ew
i. ______;
10,600
.

6

7

6 Vs

$3

Mar. 31

Mar. 17

3

25*
3*

2A

4,100

35* Mar. 15
33* Mar. 3

25* Mar. 17
3* Mar. 23

3
1

33*
1

•

Fireproofing com

Gorhani

200

Sale

25*
3*

£1

American dep receipts

Gen

"l",806

a25* Mar. 27
3
Mar. 31

23* Sale

25* Sale

100 Gilbert (a c) Co com

1,200

95* Mar. 17

43*
1

A

"

13* Mar. 22
63* Mar. 15

Feb.

23* Mar.

Jan.

Mar.

5

Sale

5

3

Garlock Packing Co com

400 Gen

18

Jan.

Jan.

112

Feb.

Mar. 28

Feb.

Co,

New capital stock

5,200

22

14

Mar. 17

45* Jan.
105* Jan.

Mar.

1

17

Feb.

13*
253*
134
25*
A
3*

103* Jan.

1083* Mar.

23* Mar. 28

93* Mar.

800 Franklin (h h) Mfg com

1,600

Mar.

13-4 Feb.
25* Jan.
3* Feb.
5* Feb.
103* Jan.
32* Mar.
9

Mar. 15

112

•

100

2,600
1,800
32,900

Mar.

9

13* Mar.
6 3*

1,700
300

45* Mar. 21
95* Mar. 17

3J* Mar.

•

b

A Mar. 20

1083* Mar.
13* Mar.

100

35*
%

4,800

43*

5* Sale

Amer dep rets..Ord reg £1
40,400
2,800 Ford of France Am dep rets..

1,400

13* Mar. 24

15*

13*

Mar.

22

253* Mar. 17
13* Mar. 24

23* Feb.
<

Motor Co, Ltd,

Forndation

200

1

4

22

Motor of Canada c» a..*

Class
Ford

15*

13*

43*
45l
3A
43*
93* Sale
9A
103*
1073* 112
1073* 112

Sale

9

110

common

Preferred
400
800 Flintkote Co class a....

100

Mar.

A Mar. 20
43*

Flsk Rubber

185* Jan. 30
13* Feb. 21

*

f.e.d. Corp

7,600

Mar. 20

*
25

Fiat Amer dep rets
200 First Nat Stores 7% 1st pf.100

20

3,700

Capital Corp.

6% cum preferred

100

19

22

1

3)4

2y

2434 Jan. 17
19
Mar. 20

Mar. 28

A Feb.

Sale

22

...

Mar. 16

4

.

1

3*

4

434 Jan.

Mar. 20
13* Mar.
1

13*

3*

3

12

13* Feb.
9
1A Jan. 26
Jan. 12
4 ' Mar.
2

Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

22

Mar. 1

Jan.

Jan.

3*
1

Mar. 28

2

25

4
3* Jan.
13* Mar. 22
Feb. 23
13*
Mar. 23
38
Mar. 16
7

22

19

155*
24
15* Sale

13*

y8

400 Fansteel Products Inc
100 Fedders Mfg Co class a

100

24

18

27

3*6 Jan.

Mar. 28

22

.

Jan.

7

Emerson's Bromo-SeltzerClass a non-vot com.
•
225
700 Employers Re-insurance ..10
400 es-Cell-o Aircraft & Tool..

25

Mar. 21

123* Mar. 16

30
14
27
10
2 A Feb. 25
23* Mar. 15
37
Mar 31

1

Sale

5,600 Electric Shareholdings com.l
$6 Conv pref with warr
*
3,500

Jan.

15
60

Mar.
3
33* Feb. 25
5*6 Feb.
3* Feb.

45*

16

1154 Jan.

1

6

Mar. 21

30

Mar, 16
5* Mar. 29
5* Mar. 15

7

Feb.

5

Jan. 27
55* Mar. 2
3*6 Mar.
2
3* Jan.
6
13* Mar. 22
13* Feb. 23

Mar. 22

11

43* Mar. 15
3
43* Jan.
3
33* Jan.

7

13*

2

13*

31
15
25
23

4

Mar. 20

103* Jan.

95* Feb.

55* Mar.
5*6 Mar.
3* Mar.

16

3* Jan.

1

Mar.

12

Mar. 21

6
23*.
93* Sale

Sale

7

Mar. 17

113*

83*

m

23*

7
Sale
A

13*

1,600 Easy Washing Mach class b
4,900 blsler Electric com
4,825 Elec Row associates com...
Common new
4,900
Class A
19,720
Class a new
4,775

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

14

18

12

*

com

43*
43*
3 5*
3 3*

Jan.

7

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.

103* Mar. 15

30

Driver Harris Co common..10

3",400

43*
43*
25*
25*

3

*

100 Doehler Die-Casting

2", 600

Sale

43*
3*
45*
5*

1

Mar. 31

100

Deere & Co com

1,100

1,000

6

15
16

20
19
31
31

5*
A
13*
53*

Mar.

60

18

1154

Id

.....

""800

400

Sale

23*

25*
33*
20
113*

23*
33*
12?*
83*

Sale
Sale
Sale

15

*

100 Dictograph Products Co

100

43*
33*

a..*

t c

v

100
63* % pref with warr
200 Oavenoort Hosiery

82,200
55,600
3,900

6

10

9

10

25

Cork lnternat cl

Crown

Sale

10

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

2

5* Jan.
A Jan.
1

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

£1

com

Wheeler Klec Mfg..*

Crocker

Sale

1

Sale

43* Sale
3*
iy

13*

A
9

Sale

1

•

45*

Sale

63*

dep rets for ord stk req

800 Cuban Tobacco

100

11

103* Jan

13
18
c

}*6 Jan.
3*8 Jan.
15* Jan.

18
31

A
13*
45*
13*
6A

3* Mar. 21
Mar. 21
43* Mar.
1
3* Mar. 25
45* Mar. 3
3* Mar. 31

4 3*

"434 "16"

•

Courtaulds Ltd

50 Crane Co

50

Sale

53*
3*

3

1

$6 Conv pref a

15*
53*

A Sale

..100

400 Corroon & Reynolds com

2,600

1

3

Mar. 16

10

5* Jan. 16
15* Feb. 10

100

pref

$3 pref a with warrants._*
1,500
*
5,000 Copeland Products Inc
ft
134,100 Cord Corp

1,400

5
3

5* Jan. 16
1
Mar. 16

13* Mar. 15

Aa Mar. 30
A Mar. 16

1

15*

13*

33*

iy

12

Shares Inc—

400

200

9

7

83* Feb. 27

75*

Merchandinlng v r c
Cons Retail Stores Inc com

200

2,100
33,300

Feb.
Jan.

13

6
15
25
13

5* Jan.
13* Mar.
3*6 Jan.

Jan.

8

400 Continental Secur common.*
Continental

11
11

23

Consol Automatic

200

33* Jan.
173* Jan.
13* Jan.

1

11

3* Feb.
13* Mar.
3*6 Jan.

preferred..100

500 Consolidated Aircraft com..*

1,000

60

6

20
Jan.
*25* Feb.
15* Mar.
133* Mar.
17
Jan.

103* Mar. 2
1A Feb. 28
13*
73* Feb. 25
6
Mar. 12

Mar. 16

10

Mar. 29

8

93*

26

32

3
3

1Xa Sale

1

23* Jan
53* Jan.

6

Securities—

CommonwTth

300

Mar. 12

3* Mar.
13* Mar.

A

3*
13*

Sale
Sale

5*
13*

Mar. 21

6

614 Sale
A Sale

*

Columbia Pictures Corp com •

50

Mar. 17

56

103* Mar.
13* Mar. 17

500 Coir's Patent Fire Arms Mfg15

i,200

,

2

Sale

23*

*
com

Colombia Syndicate

4,433

Sale

2

...

100 Cleveland Tractor

100

*

b

Claude Neon Lights com

5,400

2,800

23*

23*

23*

2y

7
2A

-*

Preferred.........

Preferred bb
170
300 Claude Neon el Prod

80

23*

100

Cities Service common

354,700
11,100
1,200

100

5

,

360 Chllda Co preferred

300

33*

3

y

Corp of Amer—

_.i00
7% prior oreferred
100
Celluloid Corp 1st pref
*
Centrifugal Pipe Corp......*
Chicago Corp com
1
Conv pref
*

1,600

214,700
3,700

2

7% 1st partlc prcf

250

20

Sale

*

Prices.

A Jan. 10
Feb. 27
73* Jan. 12

23* Jan.
4
Feb.

3* Mar. 28
53* Mar. 22
73* Mar. 21

Carreras Ltd—

10

Highest.
Sale

y Jan.
3
53* Mar. 22
53* Mar.
3

3* Mar. 28
53* Mar. 22
53* Mar. 3

8M

5*

8^

8

...

*

common

Sale Prices.

Ask.

Bid.

Ask

Bid.

Sale Prices.

Prices

Sale

32
54

*

a atk

cony

Co

Carnation

3,800

700

Ask

3* Sale

c_*

t

com v

Bid.

Par

Indus. a misc. (Con.)

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.

Shares.

Shares.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

AGGREGATE SALES.

*

133*

25*

Sale

5*

.13*

5*

13*

5* Mar. 21

18

5* Jan.

134 Mar. 24
3* Mar. 15
13*
34
95*
rl75*

Mar. 20
Mar.

9

23
3

r54 Feb.
3* Jan.

18
10

Feb.

14

A Jan.
23* Jan.
5* Feb.

11

Jan.

24

2

4

18

10

Jan.

195* Feb. 20
9
213* Jan.
Jan. 30
90

Jan.

Feb.

Feb.

5* Feb.

19
4
11
Feb.
6
Mar. 17

20

Jan.

75*
33*
33*
145*

Jan.

Jan.

63* Jan.

634 Feb.
15

Mar.

Mar. 24

27
18
Jan.
19
20
35* Mar. 31
33* Jan.
25* Mar.
Feb. >23
13

8*

Jan.
Jan.

16
21

16

1

Jan.

Jan.

30
6
17

April, 1933.]

NEW

YORK

CURB

EXCHANGE

AQOREOATE SALES.

PRICES

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan.

1933.
INIU'S.A MISC. (Con.)

10,300
7,000
325

Par

Insur Co of North Amer

Insurance
inter nut

10

Securities

Ask.

34

34 X

1

%

Bid.
28 34

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Warrants...

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Sale

Lovoest.

Ask.

25

Sale

25

Mar. 31

Prices.

ls/8
5

Sale
8
5%

Highest.

Sale Prices

33% Mar. 16

25

Sale

Mar. 31

34 Jan.
34
1

2%

Sale

634
494

Sale

X

34
134
14 34

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices

15

.*

com

1,200 fnternat Safety Razor cl B_*
10,400 Interstate Equities com
1
S3 conv preferred
3,900
50
1,300 Interstate Hosiery Mills
*
*
5,500 Irving Air Chute com
100

March 1.

Bid.

Cigar Machinery..*

500 Internat Products

MARCH

Price

Jan. 3

1.

Shares.

IN

43

10%

13 %

OX

8

8 34

8

4%

534

394

X
1%
X
10 X
OX
Sale

Mar. 23

X Mar. 2
IX Mar. 16
94« Mar. 3
10X Mar. 30
8X Mar. 3
3X Mar. 23

6

15

Mar. 23

15

X
IX
%
10X
834

Mar. 2
Mar. 20
Mar. 15
Mar. 21
Mar. 3

94 Feb.
134 Mar.
94 Jan.
1034 Mar.
794 Jan.
334 Mar.
94 Jan.

5

Mar. 21

......

Mar. 23

17
16
4
30
5
23
21

Prices

3534
94
1994
94
194
94

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
1534 Jan.
9

Jan.

6

16
5
6
25
20

15
5
26

Jan.

21

94 Jan.

21

lonasANaumburg Corp—
Common

1,300

*

%
534

200

S3 Convertible pref.._....*
160 Jones & Laughlin com
100

100
100

100 Kellogg Switch B&Sup comlO
400 Klein (D EmIH Co common..*

200

700

Kolster

300

700

common.

10

11

334

£1

300

400 Kress (S H) & Co

6% preferred

10

4

3 34

94

34

Mar. 21
Mar. 27

10

Mar. 27

2X Mar. 24

3

Mar. 20

10

3X

Vs Sale
45

%

194

Mar. 16

1,600
2,600

Preferred
1,000
5,300 Lehigh Coal & Nav

X

94

•

Sale

1,100

8,100 Louisiana

% Mar.

7 94

10

100 Lit Brothers

Sale

3

,*

100

5

1834
in

334
534
3

20
\*a

15

4
OH
434
21

46

Mar.

3

Mar. 21

11

Mar. 21

X

34 Mar. 29

1

IX

5

2

23

1

94 Jan.
45

»

Feb.

23

334 Jan.
134 Jan.

13
24

34 Jan.

27

1

Mar.

1

51

24

1094 Jan.

Mar. 21

10

11

Feb.

15
Mar. 21

34 Jan.

18

94 Jan.

14

Mar.

34 Feb.
134 Jan.

15

1

15
3

1

Mar. 16

2

2

5X Mar.

2

11

1

2134 Mar. 24
2% Mar. 16

% Mar. 27

X Mar. 16

Mar. 16

1

Mar. 16

Jan.

4

Jan.

13

8

Jan.

17

6% Mar. 16

3
2

13

534 Mar.

2

4

% Sale

60 Ludlow Mfg Associates

Feb.

34 Feb.
34 Jan.

1834 Mar.
IX Mar.

25

IX

94 Sale

Mar. 21

6

4

*

Land A Expl com.*

25

Mar. 16

Mar.
2
Mar. 16

1

5X
4X

3

20

10

Feb.
Jan.

11

4

3

Jan.

2

25

294 Mar. 24
1% Jan. 24

1

1

IX
6

4

*
com...

1,000
6*4% prefwlthwarr
1,500 Llbby McNeil A Llbby

2,600

1

Mar.

IX

1
♦

100 Lerner Stores Corp

% Mar.

X

1

6

28

10

10

common

16

Feb.
Jah.

19

Mar. 21

1

45

Sale

34

Salle Extension

University

Lefcourt Realty com
New common
1,600

10

10

2X

pf._10

spec

1,300

400

6

1234
4

22

11

..100

1,300 l.akey Foundry & Mach....*
La

94 Feb.
2

Mar. 16

Brandes Ltd—

225

500

Vs
4X

......

American shares

125

"""loo

X
234

1

Koppers Gas & Coke—

700

X
334

22

900 Klelnert (J B) Rubber com..*

320 Knott Corp

X
234

53

Mar. 28

53

Mar. 28

Mar. 16
Mar. 17

10

Mar. 16

24

Mar. 17

Jan.

5

17

Feb.

28

134 Mar. 2
1% Feb.
3
94 Jan. 18
45

Feb.

3

4
Jan.
5
23 X Jan. ll
294 Mar. 16

134 Feb.

53K

3

Jan.

6
Mar. 28

Mangel Stores Corp—
525
64% pref with com pur w. *
700 MapesCons Mfg Co
500 Marion Steam Shovel com

10
24

....

20,700 Mavis Bottling Co of Am c] A1
1,200 Mayflower Associates Inc..

34
94

30 34

134

40

conv

234

Sale

1

X
27

IX
Sale
27

32

X
46

$2

8

10

8

10

94

194

*

...

non-cum div

X

Nat Bellas Hess
A

15,000

Sale

16

24

10 X

Sale

1

Sale

*

Nat Screen Service

2,100

National Service Cos

Rubber Mach

1,100 Newberry (J Ji

Co

Y

Auction

28,800

23

19

%
10

8X

*
1
*

300 North A South Amer
Corp A*
900 Northwest Engineering
.*
150 Northwestern Yeast Co
100
•

com

30 Ohio Brass class B

pref

10

2

28 X

"I
43X

234
5
5X

7%

3 34

10

Sale
17

47 X Mar .

X

IX

*4.

common

2

5734 Mar. 16
2

Sale

5X Mar. 25

] %

8X
Sale

10 X

20

12

Mar.

4X Mar.

Jan.

20

Jan.

6

134 Feb. 27
Feb. 17

3

Jan.

10

5

Feb.

17

34 Jan.
534 Feb.

24

27

34 Jan.
834 Jan.

24
10

Jan.

23

1

Jan.

23

634 Mar. 16

194 Jan.

"l~X Sale

1

Mar.

15
1

Mar.
Mar.

12

Mar. "24

£81

Mar. 24

Feb.

Mar. 17

1
OX

16

Feb.

12

Mar. 24

1

Mar. 17

15

8

Feb.

28

Mar

1

% Feb. 23

X Mar. 16

% Feb. 10
% Mar. 29

1

Mar.

Mar.

2

1034 Mar. 16
% Mar. 18

Sale

23

X

2%
10 X

5~~

Sale"

Mar

30

Mar

30

Mar. 28

9% Mar. 21
2X Mar. 16

5

28

0% Mar. 21
234 Mar 16

834
Sale

Mar. 29

9

10% Mar. 31

11

Mar

29

Mar, .27

11%

834
3*

Mar. 22
Jan.

9

134
34
IX
1034

1

3

Sale

5

Sale

5X

Sale

IX
33

3%
33-2
4%

IX
28 X

X

% Mar. 15
% Mar. 23

Sale
Sale
6%

234 Mar. 3
334 Mar. 31
534 Mar.
1

3

Sale
37

1

5

3534

1

34 Mar. 15
31

Mar. 23

1

Mar.

4% Mar. 18
534 Mar. 16
534 Mar. 1

134 Mar. 31
32

Mar. 16

94 Mar. 21

Sale

2X
X
IX

4

x
2

Sale

4X
Sale

21

3%
%
IX

Sale

3%

28

13%
2334

22

3X
1
2

IX

Sale

13 X

IX Sale

Sale

2%

10

3X
Sale
Sale
23

IX Sale

Sale
20"

1034

10X

*

2

40

Mar. 18

334 Mar. 15
34 Mar. 15

334 Mar. 16
X Mar. 15

5

Mar. 29

9

1034 Mar. 31
6
6534 Feb.
Feb.

25

94 Mar. 15
34 Jan. 30
Mar.

1

1

134 Jan. 24
334 Mar. 31
534 Feb. 27

%6
X
2834
»/6

Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Febr.
Jan.

Jan.

18
28
4

21

Mar.

1

234 Mar. 24
12% Mar.
1
2034 Mar. 2

1X Sale
1634
19
*A Sale
ox
o%

1%
14%
Xs
ox

2

2X
3

26 X

Sale
394
32

IX
16

3

1
2

29X

IX
2%
30

934 Mar.

2

2

X
234
3034

Sale
3
Sale

Mar. 18

34 Mar. 31
234 Mar. 2
28

Mar.

3

30

Jan.

3

Feb.

8

34 Jan.

31

194 Mar. 15
1% Mar. 21

15

134 Feb.
134 Mar.
2634 Feb.

Mar. 18

2

2

33

Mar. 29

Mar.

% Mar.
934 Mar.
134 Jan.

194 Mar. 3
334 Mar. 15

2

Feb.

134 Feb.
15

Mar.

34 Mar.
Feb.

28

Mar.

Feb.

34 Jan.
134

34 Mar. 20

Jan.

% Mar. 22

34 Mar.

30

16

% Jan.

30

2

32

Jan.
Mar. 16

94 Mar. 21
234 Feb. 10
Feb.

17

45J4 Jan.

11

634 Jan.

30

3 X Mar. 16

94s Feb.
194 Jan.

17

18

1

Jan.

5

28

Jan.

11
24

15

IX
34

7

Mar.

Mar. 28

Feb.

13

X

4% Mar. 18
634 Feb.

£34

Mar. 1
Mar. 3
Mar. 17
Mar. 2

Mar.

10%

17

134 Mar. 28
X Jan. 16
134 Feb. 18

11 123

3494 Feb. 28

14

25

234 Feb.
1234 Mar.
2034 Mar.

134
1634
%
934

1

Jan.
Jan.

Feb.

Mar 116

Mar. 16

3
1

13

4

1634 Mar. 23
3194 Mar. 16

32

Mar.

26

10

20

134 Mar. 1
134 Mar. 24
27% Mar. 22
134 Mar.

14

Jan.

73

Mar. 28

15

15

34 Jan.

234 Mar. 16
394 Jan. 30
1694 Jan. 10

28

Mar. 28

15

Mar. 30

15

19
15

134 Feb. 23
X Feb. 14

25
*

24

70

2X
18

*

50

13

Feb.

2X Mar. 16
394 Jan. 30

2

3634 Mar.

1
5

30

105

37

12

23

3

3

134 Mar
% Mar.

*A Mar. 15

"2% "7"

2

35"

Mar.

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

3

14

9*

Jan.
3
Mar. 16
Jan. 21
Mar. 16

94 Jan.

1

Mar. 18
Feb.

27

85
Jan. 19
3 34 Jan.
3
18
Mar. 17

2234 Feb.
Jan.*

10

4

%
%

Sale

34
27 X

Mar. 15

Mar. 17

6

83

1 % Mar. 17

Mar.

34 Feb. 15
1X Mar. 17
2534 Jan. 11

27

234 Mar. 16
18

19
26

1034 Feb. 11
7694 Feb. 24

83

1

14X

10

com

61

17

Mar .18

80

4
Sale
Sale

...25

common

17
27

Feb.

34 Feb. 15
Jan. 26
134 Mar. 17
Feb. 28
2534 Mar. 16 £20
6
Mar. 17
434 Mar. 1

Mar.

22

100

;

134 Jan.
46X Feb.
14

25

20

1

A Lake Erie RR

New

M
Sale

100

2,200 Pittsburgh Plate Glass




23

21X

11,100 Pilot Radio A Tube class A.*
8,500 Pitney Bowes Postage Meter*

400

8
3

Jan.

6

*

500 Pie Bakeries Inc com..
100 Pierce Governor Co com

300 Potrero Sugar Co

26

17 X

6,400 Phoenix Securities common. 1
2,800
Conv preferred A__
10

see pacce

Jan.

68

6

*

_•

pref

Class A

234
30

X

*

23,100 Philip Morris Inc....

For footnotes

15

Mar. 30

X

*

c com new

Milk

1,400 Pitts

Mar. 28

•

280 Pepperell Mfg Co

900

11

X

•

100 Pender (D) Grocery cl A
Pennroad Corp com v t c
V t

Feb.

61

Sale

1

5

8,400 Pan Amer Airways com
3,800 Paramount Motors Corp
17,100 Parke Davis A Co...
8,155 Parker Rust-Proof com...

Pet

Feb.

2

•

Ltd common

300 Overseas Securities Co

on

Sale

%

600 Outboard Motors cl B com..*

61,729
17,900

6

8

Mar. 30

Sale

5

Nitrate Corp of Chile

conv

11

Feb.

23

11%

494
4X

Class A

Feb.

2

9
64

13,500 Niagara Share Corp class B 5

-

2X
10 X

ix

6,400 Oilstocks

5

1

Mar. 28

X

15

4,300
(Cosach) Ctfs for ord b shs
2,900 Noma Elec Corp com...•
1,500 Northern Warren Corp pref.*

27

1

11

2X

80

•

14

62

%

13

Land

14

34 Jan.

Mar. 28

Sale

1

400

22

13

73

common

Jan,

5% Mar.
Mar.

17

Mar. 20

1

Mar. 30

2

•

com

934 Jan
20

20
14

11

5X

Sale

1

.100

850 Nlles-Bement-Pond

21

Mar. 20

Feb.

..100

shares

11,300 Novadel Ageue

Feb.

8

20

61

Shipbuilding Co

Founders

2

Mar. 20

Mar.

2

% Mar. 18

21

com

Arts

Co

19

1

*

100 New Engl Grain Prod Co^
300 New Haven Clock Co com
N

Jan.

13

Sale

X
6

10

Refg_...

7% preferred...

9
10

70

19

1

1

Sugar

Feb.
Jan.

Mar.

2

*

com

100 Nelson (Herman) Corp $5..
350 Neptune Meter class A
290 New Amsterdam Casualty.10

N Y

8

20

Mar.

800 National Union Radio com__I

444

IX
15

Corp...

common

Mexico A

2

Mar. 20

76X Mar.

"1*4 "2 %

com

300 Neisner Bros pref.....

New

Mar.

*

Conv partic preferred
200 Nat Steel Corp warrants..

5,529

17

16 94 "iox

17

334 Sale

100

200

2
19%

100

com

Jan.

1
46

5% Mar.
IX
0X

"I34 Sale

1,200
700

National

IX
20

4X

834

1M

400 National Leather Co

5,700

5X

Sale

pref.*

28

9

Jan.

1

24

com

conv

2

Feb.

50 X
10 X

20

X

a

6

1

Warrants

New

Mar.

3834 Feb. 27

5

*

Corp

5*4% pref

900

9X

*

Dairy Prod pref A

Nat

27
1

46" Mar."31

"2" "Mar "18

National Investors com...

300

9,600

3

61

Sale

10 National Casket preferred..*

600 Nat Container S2

350

23

*

com

Share

300 National Candy Co

Nat

24

Feb.

134 Mar. 28
X Jan.
3

X Jan.
34 Jan.

Sale

2

5

15

...

National American Co

Bond

Feb.

24

IX

5X
2

shares...

National Aviation Corp
100 National Baking Co com....*
100 Natl Huneset vice Corp
I

Mar.

20

*

800 Mtge Bank of Colom Am shs
100 Municipal Service Corp

\at

40

8

*

400 Mlnneap-Honeywell Reg pref
200 Miss River Fuel Corp warr,
4,710 Montgomery Ward A Co A..*
800 Moody's Invest Service pref.*

152,100
3,700

13

27

Corp—

pref

200 Mid vale Co

1,300
16,800

9

Feb.

94 Feb. 14
34 Jan. 28

70

Midland Steel Product—

400

Mar.

134 Mar. 28
34 Mar. 31
2 £2734 Mar.
1

2X
Sale

934 Jan.
21

% Mar. 15
X Mar.
1

...

.

Midland Royalty

$2

,X

41

10

25 Merch A Miners Transp
Merritt Chapman A Scott

300

X
IX
X Sale
£2734 Sale

100

300 Mercantile Stores Co

Mesabi Iron..

Sale

1

Mead Johnson A Co com...

25 Melville Shoe 1st pref

1,400
1,500

194

28

100 McCord Radiator A Mfgrcs

1,800

n

394 Jan.
Feb.
Feb.

11
9

Mar. 28

194 Jan. 10
IX Mar. 21
Mar. 16
32
84

Jan.

234 Jan.

31
6

18

Feb.
8
94 Mar. 17
5
1034 Jan.
134 Feb. 18
2

Mar. 18

234 Jan.
3% Jan.

11

Jan.

30

Jan.

13

194 Jan.

11

liH

11

Mar. 22

EXCHANGE

CURB

YOEK

NEW

44

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

AGGREGATE SALES.
Since

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

In

March.

NEW YORK

Jan. 3

Jan. 1.
INDUS. A MISC.

Shares.

Shares.

150
.

>.'•

Partlc coot stock

Mill-Co

200
2251

'

McCallum
com

870

28,400
3,000
47,460

Warrants.

30

3H

100

1,800

•

••

-v

Co.. Inc

8

I

„

500

X

Bros Co

«

X

25
4

1

Am dep rets

Mar. 28

mm

m

200
m

m

rn

mm

m

7,300
1,800
2,100

"X "~X

100

3,400
1,600

IX

3,100
588

200

"4",loo

6,200

75* Mar. 23

Mar. 24
35* Mar. 16
17
Mar. 18

165* Feb.
3
15* Feb. 31
125* Mar. 12

24

Feb.
35* Jan.
Jan.

17

24

6
11

75

Jan.

7

Jan.

5* Mar. 16

715* Jan. 23
65* Feb.
9
95* Feb. 23
5* Jan. 30

27
27
18
11

X Mar.

IX

"x ""x
10 X
2X
16 X

7
2

15

X

27 X

X

2

Sale

a

h

Spanish A General Corp Ltd
Am dep rets ord reg shs..£l

X

350 Standard Invest $5>* pref.
700 Starrett (The) Corp com

110
m

mm

mmm

m

mm

*

A
X

250 Stein (A) A Co com
•
160
6X% cum pref
100
*
300 Stein Cosmetics Co com
165 Stetson (John B) Go com—•

100

mm

m mm m
*

100

4",700

22,300

Motor Car Co

1,200

500
200

115* Mar.

1

X

X

56,920
17,500

$3

conv

700

5,300

Swift International

300

1,700
1,200
2,400

200

300

200

300

•

100

700

4,500

15,200

1

IX
7X
14X

500

2X
Sale
Sale
Sale

2X

•

100
*
Tobacco Prod Exports..:—.*
Tobacco Products of Del—1
Tobacco Secur Trust Co Ltd
Am dep rets ord reg shh..£l
Am dep rets def reg
5s
Todd Shipyards Corp
•
Transcon tl nental Air Transr 1

mmmm

4

1,600
375

3,100

3

Sale
Sale

115* Sale
25* Sale
10>*
115*
35* Sale

105*
145*
35* Sale

15*,

15*

1

15*

15*
15*

15*
15*

*

Amer Invest com..

95*

105*

12

x

5

IX

13

3

3%

Sale

,

OX
15*

10
5

11X

14

Mar. 21
Mar. 15
Mar. 28
Mar. 29
Mar. 15

125* Mar. 17
45* Mar. 17
15* Mar. 21
Mar. 17

25

Mar.

1

135* Mar.

2

115* Mar. 16
175* Mar. 15

15* Mar. 20
5*6 Mar. 22
25* Mar. 2

15* Mar. 20
5* Mar. 31
35* Mar. 2

7

Mar.

2

Mar. 15

115* Mar.
25* Mar.
115* Mar.

1
1
3

Mar.

2

3

15* Mar. 22
1

25

Mar. 21

Mar.

2

Mar. 2
5* Mar. 21
5* Mar. 15

115* Mar.
25* Mar.
115* Mar.
4

Mar. 30

1
1
3

Mar. 16

15* Mar. 16
15* Mar. 15

85* Mar.

3

45* Mar. 15
85* Mar. 3

Mar.

3

25*

Sale

11

11

11

Mar.

3

com..*

IX

2X

15*

15*

15*

25* Mar. 15

2

25* Mar. 15

*

7X

x
IX

com

OX
y
Sale

A

3

Mar.

1

1

Mar. 24

X

"I" .Sale

.1

5* Mar.
1

5*

X

a

Sale

1

40C

1,770

45J

495

1.00C

6,000

mmZmmrn

*j

dep rets for ord reg__£l

1,000 Unit Profit Sharing

com...

United Shoe Macb com

Preferred

300 United Wall Paper.... ...
200 U S Dairy Prod class B—.*

Sale

35

25
.25

United Stores Corp com vtc

X
X
X Sale
IX
1h

X

15*
T

For footnotes see page 54.




Sale

35

5*

5*

700 U S Financial Holding Corp.

.

9

Jan.

10

Jan.

102

28

Feb. 27
15* Feb. 31
1

5* Mar. 16
25
2

Mar.
Feb.

7

Feb.

15

Feb.

21

Jan.

23
16

Feb.

Mar. 15

x80

9*

Feb.

3

Jan.

21

1

Mar. 18

3

Mar.

1

Jan.

285*
35*
185*
85*

Mar.

Feb.

20

Jan.

14

25* Feb.
95* Feb.
45* Mar.
15* Feb.
21
Feb.
7
Feb.
125* Feb.

45* Mar. 17
Feb. 15
2
Mar. 17
25

1
Jan.
3
•/, Mar. 22
25* Feb. 15
5
Feb. 16
22
Jan. 10
5* Jan.
9
5* Jan. 16

15* Jan.
9
% Mar. 31
Jan.
6
5
Feb. 16
30
Jan. 25
5* Jan.
9
5*6 Jan. 17

Jan. 13
Jan. 13
Feb.
9
Jan.
3

115* Mar. 1
25* Mar.
1
115* Mar. 3
5% Jan. 26

105*
25*
105*
25*

175*

115* Mar. 16
175* Mar. 15

15* Mar. 22
1
Feb. 27

14

Jan.

19

Mar. 30

3

4

15* Jan.
15* Jan.

26
30

65* Feb. 23
Jan. 19

10

6
Jan. 12
125* Jan. 20
15* Feb.
3
10
Jan.
4

85* Mar.
15* Jan.
75* Jan.

3
3
6

11

Mar.

3

145* Jan.

11

Jan.

4

48

Jan.

26

25* Jan.

6

15* Feb. 24

5* Mar. 3
15* Mar. 16
15* Mar. 20

5*

IX

5* Mar. 15
34
Mar. 25
305* Mar. 16
5* Mar. ~

X Mar. 24
Mar.
1
36
Mar. 22
5* Mar. 15
35

Feb. 14
Mar. 24

Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

15* Feb.
X Feb.
385* Feb.
36
Mar.
X Jan.
X Jan.

5* Mar.
1
1

15*
X
3354
305*
5*
X
,1

Feb.
6
Feb.
3
Jan.
9
Mar. 20

r95*
5*
15*
15*

Jan.

7

...

United Molasses Co Ltd—

""3OC

Jan.

5*

Feb.
X Jan.

10
3

4

Jan.

17

35* Mar.
Feb.
6
Feb.
5* Feb.
5* Feb.
5
Feb.
70
Jan.
5* Feb.
85* Feb.

20
Sale

3

15*

13

11

warr—50

United Carr Fastener

Am

3X Mar. 17
15

...

500
$3 cum partic pref
2,600 United Dry Docks com
96,800 United Founders Corp
Common new
18,200
150

6
5* Jan.
15* Mar. 16
Jan. 20

7

% Jan.

United Aircraft & Transp—

6% pref without

Mar.

20

Mar. 18

1

Mar. 18

1

95* Mar. 31
45* Mar. 17
15* Mar. 21
25
Mar. 17

24

29

25

Jan.

12
12

46

com—*

United Chemicals Inc..

21.70C
18,20C

15*

5*

47

55* Feb.

9

Class A

Union

15*
15*
205*
85* Sale
155* Sale

Corp—

Common

600 Tung Soi Lamp Wks
400
$3 cum conv pref

"2",500
""SOL

Sale
Sale

1

j

"lh

Jan.

18

8
*
105*
2X

2

9

45

15* .Tan. 30
15* Jan. 30
295* Mar. 31
il5* Feb.
1085* Jan.
6
1085* Jan .

1

X

IX

2X Sale

nx

200

X

25" ~30""

sx

mm

14

Sale

*

Tubize Chatillon

mm

Sale
145*

"22"

Sale
IX

3,300
1,300

100

IX
20X
7X

35* Mar.

75*
75* Mar. 21
5*
5*6 Mar. 23
5*
X Mar. 28
5
5
Mar. 29
79
Mar. 16 *80

Pict Screen

100 Trunz Pork Stores Inc

900

mm

20 j*

IX
IX

------

7X

OX Sale

Sale

Common
;
1
9,300
5,195 Tri-Contineutal Corp Warr_.
Triplex Safety Glass Ltd—
800
Am rets for ord. shs. reg£l

2,700

"3

X

X

Mar. 17

20

X
X

%
X

5*6 Mar.

X

X

TobaccoA Allied Stocks..

Trans-Lux

A

IX

100 Thermold Co 7% pref

1,100

% Sale
Sale
3X
4X

*

Inc common..

Technicolor

20,900

"'560

X
IX

20

•

pref

Swift & Co

400 Taggart Corp com
700 Tastyeast Inc class A

100

IX

Mar

1

Sale

IX

X
15 V*

*
*
*
25
15

Sun Investing Co com

551

38,300
7,000

X

*
•

-

100 Sullivan Machinery Co

100

5* Mar. 16
205* Mar. 1
35* Mar. 2

Sale

*

100 Stinnes (Hugo) Corp

200 Stromb-Carlson Tel Mfg
Stutz

1

25

20 X

50

pref

6%

15* Mar. 31

Sale

90

1

X

5,100

15

12 X

pref.. 100
900
400 Stahl-Meyer Inc com
*
200 Standard Cap & Seal com...5

100

295* Mar. 31

90

Spiegel. May A Stern

50

2

Sale

2

Jan.

Feb.
125* Mar.
X Feb.

5* Mar. 15
995* Mar. 15

93

19

18

*

800

300

Mar. 27

Sale

Feb.

12

100

300

v

Mar. 21

A Corona

(L C)

400
400

16

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

9

Jan.

15*

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.

265*
5*
15*
55*
15*

16
15
17
17

15*
55*
35*
145*

125* Mar.
X Mar.

200

"""960

Mar. 28

97

1

10

X Feb.
Feb.
X Feb.
33
Mar.

15* Mar. 16
425* Mar. 16
405* Mar. 16

Mar.

12

5
27

10

15* Mar. 16
55* Mar. 15
2
Mar. 15

Sale

13 X

12 X

X

15* Mar. 22

5* Mar. 16

4

26

265* Mar. 30

10
Sale

5

10X
l.\

5X
IX
12

Mar. 16

15* Mar. 21

33

Sale
X

75* Jan. 10
Feb.
3
Jan
30
5* Mar. 16
2
Jan.
6

Jan. 28
X Feb.
7

1

Sale

IX

3/:

X

Sale

IX

115* Jan.
X Jan.

Feb. 24
Feb.
8

6

Mar. 25
45* Mar. 15

5* Mar.
15* Mar. 22

x

X
1

Sale
Sale
Sale

1

38

*

Typewriter v t c
1,600 Southern Corp com

155* Feb. 23
85* Feb.
6

4J* Mar. 15

7

£1

Corp com

Preferred
Smith

3

Mar.

6

28X

21

2

36

Singer Mfg Ltd
Am dep rets ord reg shs.

25

55* Mar. 22
155* Feb. 27

24

Mar. 2
IX Mar. 31
12X Mar. 12

lH
5

8'3

26
Sale

1

Allotment certificates..

Smith (A O)

4X

20X
X

*

6% con* preference
50
5,100
1,625 Sherwin-Williams Co com..25
10,100 Silica Gel Corp com vtc..
100
1,538 Singer Mfg

675

29

6H

3

% Sale
IX
3

1

$5.50 prior stock

85* Feb.
8
15* Mar. 24
Jan. 25
Jan. 24
6:

75* Jan. 27
5* Jan. 25
5*6 Feb.
9

75* Mar. 23

X

X

X

X
6

I
5

21

Sentry Safety Control
*
300 Seton Leather com
•
300 Sheaffer (W A) Pen com
6,700 Shenandoah Corp common. 1

""loo

4

X Mar. 16

2

Non voting

4,400
6,500
3,400

Mar. 18
Mar. 23

25

12

8

25

100 Selby Shoe Co com
22.600 Selected Industries.

mm

Feb. 27

2

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

15* Mar. 24
5* Mar. 24
55* Mar. 17

20

Sale
IX Sale

23

Sale

2X

9

6X

*
300 Seeman Bros common
10,600 Segal Lock A Hardware com *
*
900 Seiberling Rubber com
Selfridge Prov Stores, Ltd—
American dep rets
£1
>1,300

mm

300

9
11
11
Feb. 10
Jan. 11
Jan.
6
Jan. 12
Jan. 25
1
Jan.
9
5* Jan.
3
305* Jan. 23
4X Feb. 23

X
5*
5*
25*
16
25*
15*
Xt

155* Jan. 13
15* Feb. 21
5* Jan.
6
5* Feb.
1
X Jan. 18
5* Mar. 2

15

Sale

21

...

Mar. 23
Feb.
9

Mar.
1 87
Mar. 30 115

7X Mar. 23

6
17

14

Sale

stock.....
500 Securities Corp Gen'l com..*

200

11

X Mar. 22
5X Mar. 22

X Sale
5X
5X
19 J*

A

5$

150* it*

Seaboard UtlS Shares, com.

4,600

3

25* Jan.

5* Feb. 22
5* Jan.
5
5* Feb. 28

22
27
16
24

3

Feb.

2

*

£1

ord reg

Securities Allied Corp—

3,200

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

■

2,700

600

1

3
2
Mar. 18
Mar. 23

X Mar.
X Mar.

4X

6X

4X

7

4X

500 Schlff Co com.......
350 Scoville Mfg Co

—

X Mar.

X Sale
X
X

Sale

3,525 Safety Car Heating & Ltg.100
-.10
75,000 St Regis Paper Co..
620
7% preferred
100
Savannah Sugar Refining—
60
7% preferred
100

800

19

109

15* Mar. 21
1
Mar. 15
5* Mar. 1
X Mar. 3
5* Mar. 2
25
Mar. 18
45* Mar. 20

IX Mar. 21
1
Mar. 15

Sale

M

*

100
.400 Ryerson (Jos T) A Son Inc.

*»*»***•«••■

m

X
5*
X
25*

Mar. 16

Mar. 24

23
IX
2
IX
1
X Sale
X
1

X Sale

200 Ruberoid Co

90

3

64

Mar.
Mar.

87

Mar. 27

12 X

^

%

10
*

....

Investing com

1,100
2,300
1,000
4,200

500

m

1

--J* J an.

16

Feb.

25* Jan.

25* Mar. 21

Mar. 22

X

155*
2X Sale
X
X

115

X Feb. 15
*6 Jan.

18

45* Mar. 17
66
Mar. 28
%> Mar. 17
45* Jan.
9

15* Mar. 23

Mar.

6

Jan.

8

25
28
Mar. 15

57

Mar. 30 110

109

I

650

"~606

m

Mar.

64

Sale

Sale

111

100

13

25

Mar.
Mar.

3

15* Jan.

6

Jan.
Feb.

3

% Mar.

2

2X Mar. 21

Class B.

550

mm,

hi Mar.

Sale

hi

5*

7.800
4,600
8,700
6,000
3,800

600
200

m

Mar. 15
X Mar. 24
IX Mar. 23

57

66

pref._—*

300

mm

2,300
3,900

m

Sale

Mar.

45*
57
%
25*

2

600

100

525

125* Jan.

2

600

1,900

Mar.

3

X Sale
IX
2

%

Sale

500

100

m

3 J*

56

65

%

W

a

X

...........

6% preferred

200

30,100

Feb. 24

4

3X

3X
56

64

510
110

200

100

20

15* Jan.

5,2001

•

27

Securities—

$7 participating

200

*

preferred.....

ubllc Utll

"i",206

•

ub Util Holds without war

$3

3

*

$6 preferred

100

8,600
1,500
11,560

.

10

Jan.

2%

X

Sale
70
% Sale

4

24,300 I

10,800

»

Jan.

10

12

IX

X

*

.......

Prices.

10

105* Jan.

12 X Sale

.*
Hosiery

Sale

Mar. 29

8

OX Mar. 17
Mar. 27
Mar. 27 rlO

Mar. 29

|

] ropper

m mm

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

rlO

10

6X

10

8X

15

9

100

m

Highest.
Sale Prices.

8

*

2101

10

m

(Con.) Par

650 1 awdrell & Alexander

Highest.

Lowest.

Ask

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

Ask.

Sale Prices.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.
Bid.

Feb.

5* Jan.

25

3

2
17
10
22
23
3

15* Jan.

31

W Jan.

24

April, 1933.]

CURB

YOEK

NEW

AGGREGATE SALES.

PRICES IN
-

In

March.

Since
Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.

-

-

-

100

3

Class B

new

___

124 Sale
324

1,700

Y
12

Sale
Y
13

7"

"I

...

700

*
*

3

3Y

1,400
1,300

900

*

...

300
300

*

24
Y
2Y

3Y

•

Van Camp Pack com

124

"~1Y "lY

........a

_

110 Waltt & Bond Inc class A..*
500
Class B
*

""loo

10,100 Walgreen Co

900
400

2& 3
172! Sale8

5/

24
1224
224

24
Sale
624

124

2
Sale

26

224

%

24

600

100
400

324
724
24
24

324
24

324
8
24
124

¥■

«

&

Sale

12

9
124
1324

424

424
Sale
a

9

K

'M

1324 Sale
61

700 Wll-low Cafeteries com
*
900
New common
...1
575
Convertible preferred
*
200

400
150

3,900

17,500

Amer dep rets 6%

Y Feb.

24 Mar. 16

Mar.

3

6

4

6

IX

"12Y "30"

324
__

524

Yt Jan.

124 Mar.
1
2524 Mar. 24
1

Mar. 16
Mar.

224
3224
124
224

3

24 Mar. 3
24 Mar. 17

Mar. 15
Mar. 2
Mar. 16
Mar. 18

8

Mar.

Jan.

11

Feb.

16

12

Mar.

1

Mar.

24 Jan.
24 Jan.

13

Mar. 27

14

Mar. 16

424
724
24
24

Mar. 16
Mar. 2
Mar. 25
Mar. 15

5

Mar. 18

9

Mar. 28

Mar. 16

24
24
124
1324
11

1124 Mar 22
1024 Mar. 25
Mar.

Mar. 27
Mar. 3
Mar. 3
Mar. 31
Mar. 27

5824 Mar.

3

2

7 24 Jan.
3
24 Mar. 24
1124 Feb. 27

4

Mar. 22

Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.

1

Mar. 16

1134 Feb. 28
934 Jan.
6

724

10

Mar

"3 "124 Mar."§

724 Mar.

3

824 Mar. 17

1224 Sale

1324 Sale

13

Mar.

2

1324 Mar. 28

Amer

Jan.

1

Jan.

20
25

734 Feb. 23
Jan.

14

1154 Jan.

9

11

Feb.

23

1

Feb.

16

234 Mar. 15
Jan.

10

154 Jan.
334 Jan.

10
9

41

34 Mar. 17
34 Mar. 17
2

Feb.

14

734 Jan.

3

Jan.
Jan.

9

1
14

6

Mar. 18
Mar. 28

5
9

34
34
134
1434
1254

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

27
31
27
25
30

61

Jan.

5834
434
134
134
1234

2
Feb.
3
Feb.
4
Jan.
Mar. 3
Jan. 18
9
Jan.

7

3

1354 Mar. 28

Feb.

1

18

Feb.

6

S3J Feb.

6

-

UTILITIES

13
16

9

\

34 Feb. 15

v

Par

730

6224

335

Feb.

5

Co—

Penn Water & Power

PUBLIC

4,700
45,600
1,000

3

11

Mar. 22

4

pref._.£l

Machine

RIGHTS

1,300
10,400

6

Jan.

34 Feb.

Yates

50

Mar.

4

1

"I

824

Mar. 22

4

28
27
21
15

324
7%
24
34

1,500

37,856

14

57

16
12
15
13
31

5

13
13

Feb.

2

'""24 Mar."24 """24 "Mar.'24

_

2

24 Mar. 17
24 Mar. 17

154 Jan.
334 Jan.
x2% Mar.
h Jan.
2334 Jan.
54 Jan,
13

_

Mar. 24
Feb.

25 2

6

Sale

12

3

26

3

1224 Mar. 31

.....

""24 "T"
724

11
23

17 24 Mar. 31

24 Jan.
8

Sale Prices

x2 24 Mar. 15

5634 Jan.

Woolworth (F W) Ltd—
Am dep rets ord shares..5s

300

21 Y Mar. 17

47

Sale

424
IX

...

------

24 Mar. 1
1724 Mar. 31

22I

9
124
13

Y

875 Western Cartridge 6% pf.100
75 Westvaco Chlorine pref...100
500 Williams (R C) At Co
..*

------

124 Mar. 20
x2 24 Mar. 15

24

224

....

300

Mar. 15

1

Highest.

Sales Prices

x2Y Mar. 15

2

2

324
24
1124

Prices

1

.g

24
2

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

1

5,400
5,700
Preferred.
*
2,300 Watson (Jno Warren) Co...*
2,100 Wayne Pump Co com
*
800
Convertible preferred
*
1,200 Western Air Express Corp.. 10
2,000 Western Auto Supply com A *

1,400

124

Sale

2 24 Feb.

1
3

424 Sale
8 24
8Y

Walker (Hiram) Gooderham
Ac Worts common....
„.*

2,500
3,500

Sale

Y
224

24
24

Sale
10
3
Sale

7Y Sale
h
l
13
13 &

*

com

224

924
324
24
124

Ask.

124

1
224

24 Sale

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

""24 ""24

30

...........25

7% pref

100 Vogt Mfg Corp

24
224

Yt Sale
18 24

6,200 Utility Equities com
1,250
Priority Stock
1,400 Utility & Ind Corp com.
Preferred
2,300

400

Bid.

1

650 Universal r naurance Co—20
100 Universal Pictures.....
*

------

------

6,100

(Concl.)

*
3,600 U S & Internet Sec com
1st preferred with warr_.i*
6,300
*
1,300 U S Lines I nc pref
10
1,780 U S Playing Card com

275

Ask.

Bid

100

2,100
2,100

March 1.

1933.
Par

INDUS. MISC.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

MARCH.

Price

Jan. 3

*
1,314 U S Finishing common
2,500 United States Poll class B._*

500
-

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

4S

EXCHANGE

SO preferred

Sale
4624 Mar. 17

4624 Mar. 17

54
Feb. 14
4634 Mar. 17

6534 Jan.
5634 Jan.

26

*

Mar. 27
Mar.
3

2824 Mar. 17

2534 Feb. 28

Yt Mar. 31
Yt Mar. 31

Yt Mar. 31
Yt Mar. 31

3
3034 Feb.
534 Jan. 25
34 Jan. 27
34 Jan. 16
3
9354 Feb.
2 34 J an. 19
554 Jan. 11
3334 Jan. 11
24
9154 Jan
1934 Jan. 23
2134 Jan. 18
6
534 Jan.

Amer Cities Power Ac Lt Corp

100

50

Conv class A

25

Class B

1

424 Sale
X
Y

Amer Commonwealth Pow clA

6,300

750
Class B
•
25 Amer Dlst Tel N J pref—100
150 Amer Elec Power |6
pref
*
21,900 Amer 8c Foreign Power warr..

65,600

153,800 American Gas Ac Elec com—*

------

--

-

1,100
3,000

.

3,900
20,500

Preferred

500

-

130,800
1.000

1,900

333,900
9,500
3,500

1,600

15,600
12,000

Sale

17

3

f.

Sale

3

Mar. 15

5

"~3""Mar."3l "424 Mar." 16

1824 Sale

1724 Mar. 31

26

77

2024 Sale

"13" "Is"

Sale

77

Mar. 31

1324

Sale

13

Mar.

8324 Mar. 16
1524 Mar. 16

3

Mar. 16

...25

6% preferred
American

3021 Sale
8324 Sale

*

Sale

Yt Sale
Yt Sale

"424 Sale" "324 Sale"

25

com

.1

324

Sale

Superpower......*

424 Sale

3

Sale

224 Sale
5124
55

224 Mar. 31

66

_•

51

67

60

2,400
55,125
2,260
25,500

$5 preferred

••••••—

224
2Y

3,700

6,800

Warrants

Associated

400

9,200
10,000
2,300

Sale
Sale

124
124

"124 Sale"

X Sale

Telep Utilities..*

1Y

Sale
Sale

—-

h

1Y

—

—

S5

824
9
2124 Sale

Yt Mar.

624

624

624
624
1724 Sale

6

Mar.

3

*

Jan.

23

254
254
10
34
1834
134

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

11
3

83

Jan.

5

854 Jan.
2254 Jan.
9254 Jan.

4
12
11

224 Mar. 16
2

Mar. 17

Yt Mar.
1

2

Mar. 16

624 Mar. 15

1724 Mar. 31

18

Mar.

85

Mar. 17

Mar. 15

1

85

2

24 Mar. 31

28

3334 Jan

28

80

pref.25

1st preferred

Feb.
Feb.

69

Mar. 28

Sale

Mar. 31

Jan.

62

-

24

1

27
Mar. 31

Mar. 28

3

124 Mar. 31
124 Mar. 28

3
16

Feb.

Feb. 27

Mar.

18

5
134 Mar. 31
Mar. 28

kH
18*
8,

70

Brazilian Tr Lt Ac Pr ord...*
Buff Nlag Ac East Pow

\VA
77
13

Feb.
Jan.

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

57

275 Bell Telep Co of Canada.. 100

2,400
1,000

3

Mar. 31

Mar. 31

---*

200 Assoc Telep Co SI.50 pref...*

------

I

83

Assoc Gas Ac Elec, com......*

28

Mar. 31

424 Mar. 16

18

1st preferred

Feb.

3

19

40 Appalachian El Pow S7 pref.*

------

------

...

Amer Light & Trac

324

2

6

Feb.

21

Jan.

12

Jan.

10

Mar. 31

Feb. 24
Feb. 24

1734 Feb. 27
80
Feb. 25

Jan.

26
20
3
3

10
6

Cables Ac Wireless—

800

800
400

1,400
18,300
6,200

Am dep rets A

ord sh

Am dep rets B ord sh
Am

dep rets pref sh..
425 Carolina P Ac L $7 pref..

25

700

1,800 Cent

Hud G A E

Y

24

1

12

12 Y

12

24
1
24 Sale
3

1

"2Y "224 ~~2Y "3"

*

t c.

v

35 Cent 111 Pub Serv $6 pref

10

£1
£1
£1
*

Sale

224

1024

12

24
Yt
224
r4024

Y

Mar. 22
Mar. 31
Mar. 21
Mar. 3

Mar. 30
Mar. 23

11
23

*

50 Cent Pow Ac Lt
7% pref
100
800 Central Pub Serv class A--1

Mar. 22
24
24
Mar. 22
224
Mar. 21
Mar. 3 r40Y
12

Mar.

1

11

23

Mar. 23

23
38

Feb.

% Jan. 17
2foJan.
6
254 Feb.
7

Feb.

254 Feb.
37

Y

Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

48

Jan.

5

rl3

Jan.

31

2854 Feb.
38

200
260
260

10
------

19,700
-

-

-

.

-

150

1,000

100

300

2,600

Sale

480

93,105

.....

24

32

78

2,600

350

1,050

com

Convertible stock.

B

*
.*

20 Edison Elec Ilium (Boston) 100
Elec Bond At Share com.....5
$6 preferred
*

9,400
15 preferred...
•
4,850 Elec Pow Ac Lt 2d pref A
•
11,700
Option warrants.....
400 Empire Dlst Elec
6% pref.100

25

275

200

275

100

1,000
5,000
18,000

400

2124

2324

Mar. 15
2224 Mar. 24 25
10524 Mar. 22 10524 Mar. 22

100
8% preferred
100
6% preferred
100
624% preferred
100
Empire Pow Corp part stk__*
European Elec Co of Can A.10
Option warrants

1,950 Florida Power Ac Lt |7 pref..*

if 34

,2234 Mar.
10534 Mar.

Mar. 28

74

Sale

Y

66

Y

Sale

Yt Sale
Y
h
52 Y Sale
24 Sale

Mar. 15

Sale

53

53

Mar. 31

12

82

Mar. 16

6

For footnotes

2,050
see

S6conv pref

page 54.




ser

B

..*

12
12

Mar. 16
Feb.
3

9

Feb.

9

8

Jan.

12

Jan.
954 Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

11

i«H

1834 Jan.
3234 Jan.
110

Jan.

24

25
11

14

13
13

74

Mar. 15

96

Jan.

10

Jan. 30
Mar. 31

82

Jan.

30

8254 Jan.

13

3& Jan.
54 Jan.

5
17

Jan.

4

53

24
Y
5824
24

Mar. 2
Mar. 25
Mar. 16
Mar.
1

34 Mar. 27
34 Mar. 28
45
Mar. 27
34 Mar. 20

45

Sale

Mar. 28

42

Mar. 28

42

39

Mar. 29

£024 Mar. 16

39

4

Mar. 31

524 Mar. 16

4

Mar. 15

50

Mar.
Jan.

45

Mar. 27

24 Mar. 20

'

.

65

34 Jan.
6
Jan. 19

Mar. 28

£6

Mar. 29

59

Feb.

1

Mar.

634 Feb.
5934 Feb.
68
Jan.

11

,

40

424

424

5

50

524

3924
4

4724
Sale

50

Mar. 15

1Y Sale
2124 Sale

124

124

124

124

124 Mar. 29
1924 Mar. 16
2

Mar.

3

224 Mar. 15
21

Mar. 17

224 Mar. 17

173*" Sale"
1824
4124
4024
824
324

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
4

"1124 Sale" "1124 Sale" "16 24 "Mar ."2 "1824 Mar." 16
34

Sale

30

Sale

624 Sale
124 Sale

28 24
2524
624
124

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

7

Sale

8

Sale

2824 Mar. 31
25
6

Mar, 23
Mar.
3

124 Mar. 25
6

Mar. 24

724 Mar.

3

16
17
16
16

Mar.

2

6

1024 Mar. 17
1124 Mar. 16
924 Mar. 16

10

8

8

""824 ~UY "624 Sale"
2Y Sale
24 Sale

2624 Sale

224 Sale

624 Sale
624
10
224 Sale

624
624
224
Y6

Mar. 31
Mar. 1
Mar. 22
Mar. 17

10

Mar. 30

2124 Mar. 20

724 Mar. 15

724 Mar. 15

12

2234
334
17434
2134
4354

2

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4124
40Y
1024
324

Mar.
2
Mar. 29

10

3

134 Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
173
Jan.
10
Feb.
2834 Mar.
25
Mar.
454 Feb.
134 Feb.
18

Mar. 17

624 Mar.
1
224 Mar. 16
24 Mar. 15

12

it*

Mar.

14

734 Mar.
Mar.
8
Feb.
654 Mar.
634 Mar.
234 Mar.
Yt Jan.

12

i40H
11

Mar. 30

634 Feb.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

1
11

21
11
11

19
11
12

17

Jan.

11

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

11
4
11
11
10

16

8

Feb.

1

Jan.

23

Jan.

iH

Gen Gas Ac Elec—

50

Jan.
Jan.

17

7424 Mar. 16

24 Mar. 27
24 Mar. 28

24 Sale
24 Sale

42

2,000 Empire G At F 7% pref
850

Mar. 15

Mar. 20
Mar.
3

3

""24

•

1,149,000
39,900

150
75

3,100
2,600

Pr

750 Eastern Util Associates

2,800

——————

425,800
7,200
4,300
1,200
7,100

9

11

Mar.

424% prior preferred... 100

8,400 Eastern States

150
900

8

65

i.

25

Mar. 15

9

68

Sale

1,475 Ouke Power Co_....._._.100

6,300 Eastern Gas Ac Fuel Assoc..*
1,025
6% preferred
.100

&»

Jan.

50

6724

Y

400 Cont'I G At E
7% pr pref...l00

1,000

Mar. 22

134 Feb.

924 Mar. 15

2

4

Mar.

834 Mar.
8

20

82

19,000 Con Gas E L Ac P Bait com..*
1,900 Consol Gas Utilities class A.*

450

824 Mar. 17

1

Jan.
Feb.
734 Feb.
1234 Feb.
7
Jan.
34 Jan.
934 Mar.
11
Mar.

Mar.

11

3024

Commonwealth Ac Sou Corp..
Warrants

25

Mar. 22

"124 "Mar .""2 "3 """Mar".'16

9

Yt

924 Sale

6% preferred

2,600
1,000

75

Sale

.....

""24 ~"Y

1,600 Community Water Service..*

------

124

1

12

..100
Columbia Gas Ac Elec Corp—
9,650
5% Conv preferred
100
Columbus Ry Pow Ac Light—
25
6% 1st preferred
100
20,023 Commonwealth Edison
100

700

"l24 Sale"

7

90u Cities Serv Pr At Lt
SO pref..*
500
t7 preferred
*
5,000 Cleveland Elec Ilium com...*

100

28,300

224

Warrants

510

------

5,803

com—1

7% preferred
.100
6% pref with warrants..100
6% pref without warr..100
Conv preferred
100
Conv pref opt ser 1929-.100

1,315
575

2,375

Elec

2,600

35
——————

60

States

Mar. 22

824 Mar. 17

$7 Prior lien preferred
♦
S7 preferred
.........*

58,600 Central

-

1

Common
•

Jan.

34 Jan.

54 Jan.

Cent Ac Southwest Util—

200

7

9

3354 Jan. 14
11

Jan.

12

NEW

46

PRICES

aggregatesales
NEW YORK
Since

March.

PUBLIC UTIL. (Con.)
Par
*
510 General Pub Serv $6 pref
•

50

2,050 Georgia Power $6 pref
75 Green Mtn Power $6 pref

325

""800

3,600
1,325

P &

L

$6

Ask.

Bid.

Ask

Bid.

Lowest.

Lowest.

Prices

49 X

Sale
Sale

18% Mar. 31
Mar. 30

49

Mar. 16

25

54% Mar. 21

18% Mar. 31

Jan.

16

Mar. 30

70% Jan.

Jan.

42

11
31

31

100

v

Mar. 16

% Jan*
4
48% Mar. 30

Mar. 24

27

Mar. 16

20

Mar. 24

34% Jan.

Mar. 30

54

Mar. 30

53

Mar. 30

68

Jan.

31

12

At
52

54

20

At
42

At 3Viar. 28
48% Mar. 30

Mar.

12% Mar.
5% Mar.
1% Mar.
% Mar.
6% Mar.

12

Mar.

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.

1
21
4
15
21
20
27
20

19% Jan.

5%
%
X
5%
13%
X
%

31
6

Feb.

7

71% Jan.

14

94

52*
Sale

100

6)4% cum pref

400 Int Hydro-El $3.50

100

1,000
16,400
2,600

300

4,600
1,500

Class

5X

IX
X

Sale

IX

X

Feb.

17

94

Feb.

18

Feb.

18

72

Feb.

18

1

5X Mar. 21
X Mar.
1
X Mar. 16
5% Mar. 21

7

X

Sale

1

•

100 Iowa Sou UtII 7% pref._.,100
9,500 Italian Superpower cl A—_*
Warrants
■
3,000

4,600
1,300

7X
IX

Warrants for class B stock

500 Interstate Power $7 pref..

140

6%

"

__1

B

Sale

12

pref.*

cony

Internet Util class A

3

% Mar.

X Mar.
1
X Mar. 20

IX Sale
X
1

24
18
16
16

24

IX Mar. 16
% Mar. 20

114 Jer Cent & P L 5%% pref. 100

1

Kings County Lighting
7% pref series B

1

5% preferred series D

1,900 Long Island Light

400

100
100

7% preferred
100
500
6% preferred series B —100
150 Los Angeles G & E 6% pf__ 100
75 Louisiana P & L $6 pref
*
Marconi

800

"7",700
700

33,600
4,600

25

300
<

4,100

12% Mar. 21

13%

12

14

11%

12%

11% Mar. 29

76

82

70

78

66

75

75

Mar.

3

76

Mar. 17

64%

70

61

67

50

58

60

Mar. 27

63

Mar. 16

12X

com

560

40

100

11% Mar. 29
Feb. 16
Mar. 27
Jan. 11

75
60
95

72% Jan.

Marconi Wirel Tel of Can
Mass Util Associates

1

IX

% Sale

Sale

CK
2

t c

r

5% conv preferred

2

Mar. 21

2

24X Mar. 21

50
3

com

X Mar.

1
Sale

1% Mar. 15
Mar. 21

2

24% Mar. 21

3%

2X

5

Sale

3%

Sale

2X Mar.

3

4% Mar. 17

5% Jan. 12
% Mar. 2
2

Jan.

4,900

16,000
1,225

$>

30

*

com

Utilities

6% Jan.
1% Jan.
% Feb.
11

Jan.

13% Jan.
1% Jan.
% Jan.

Sale

X

At

"X "'At

X Mar.

3

Mar. 15
At Mar. 15

82% Feb.
74

16

12

Jan.

31

5% Jan.

25

1% Jan.

10

73

73

Jan.

1

1

Feb.

9

80

22% Feb. 27
Sale

84

—

mm

*

66 X

New Eng Pow Assn 6% pfd 100
50 New Eng Pub Serv $6 pref—
60
$6 prior lien pref

44 X

8,350
1,980

690
m.

$6

cum

2

Jan.

95% Jan.

Mar. 20

3% Feb.

100
com.

100 Mountain Sts Tel & Tel.. 100

1,450

11

18

12% Mar. 21

12

% Jan.

6

Jan.

19

Mar. 31

84

92% Mar. 15

3% Feb.

14

2

Mar. 31

84

preferred

60
$7 prior lien pref
450 New Engl Telep & Teleg

Sale
Sale

48

Sale

36«% Sale

38 X

Sale

29

Sale

96

Jan.

69

36% Mar. 31

52

Mar. 16

36% Mar. 31

Mar. 30

41

Mar. 17

27

27

Mar. 30

12% Jan. 13
19% Feb. 27
22% Feb. 27
Feb.

90

100

4

1

Feb.

24% Feb.

85

Nat Power & Light—

mm

5

15
30
20

% Jan.
6
X Feb. 23

65

525 Mohawk & Hud Pow 1st pref.*

mm

5

3
Feb.
Jan. 23
5
Jan.
Mar. 17

300 Montreal Lt Ht & Pow
40

17

Co—

prior lien

6%

At

71

9

24% Mar. 21
2% Jan. 23
2% Feb.
82

pref ser A

conv

Mialand

Mar. 20

65

$6 pref series C
Middle West Util

9

Jan.

2%
25%
3%
4%

Metropolitan Edison Co—

400

16

X Feb.
57

Marine—

Internet

Communication Am dep ret

2,300 Memphis Nat Gas
New common
5,500

175

Jan,

72

50
24

Indianapolis Pow 8c Lt—
50

31

49

70

At

At

Sale

32

*

Sale Prices

53

%

25

pref

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Highest.
Sale

Sale Prices.

42

18 X

Sale"

61

Hamilton Gas Co com »tc.l

Illinois

k

a.

*

175 Hartford Electric Light

125

125

Bid.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.

Shares.

Shares.

JAN.11.

Jan. 3

Jan. 1.

■-.v-'

RANGE SINCE

IN MARCH.

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

In

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

12

Jan.

5

48% Jan.
12% Jan.

9
13

Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

6
17
5

23

30

94

New Orleans Pub Serv—

100

100

""25

2,170
2,500

500

825
mm

mm

.

26", 200
300

900
mm

mm''

'

Corp

W

"50

125

500

1,100

Mar.

•

38

1<M»

112

Mar. 15 42
Mar.
2 116

com..

Util Sec

Sale

115

Sale

114

113 X

Sale

3

86% Jan.

24

90

Mar.

99

Jan.

27

16

35

Mar.

45

Jan.

5

Mar, IS

112

Mar.

116% Jan.

6
24

Mar

15 X

Sale
X Sale
3X
4

9% Sale
% Sale
2
2X
'At Sale

8% Mar. 31
X Mar. 31
Mar.

2

At Mar.

11% Mar
% Mar

16

Mar

2

% Mar

24

7% Mar
X Mar

18

2

1

2

IX Mar. 18
X Mar. 30

17

IX

X

800

50

mm

5,508

mm

mm

mm

25,150
2,900
1,500

7,400
2,600

Pacific G & E

6% 1st pref„25

50
30

30

Sale

22%
19 X

Sale
Sale

25

8%

50

50

mm'

Com $100 par stock

270

100 Quebec Power Co.

54

Feb.

17
11

Mar. 29

x26

x-26

Mar.

40

Jan.

Mar. 15

63

Mar.

61

Feb.

71% Jan.

Feb.

67

Mar. 16

21% Mar. 31
19% Mar. 31
87% Mar.
2

Mar. 16

5

22*

Mar.

Mar.

Mar. 21

7

Mar. 17

72

10
1

28

25% Jan.
23% Jan.

26

94

Jan.

6
23

Mar.

12

Jan.

30

*68% Mar.

Mar.

90

12

Feb.

6% Jan.

4% Jan.
21% Mar.
19% Mar.
87% Mar.

24% Mar.

72

Mar. 17

7

Mar.

6% Jan.

Jan.

20

2

6

Mar.

6

Mar. 23

84

Mar.

83

Mar.

95%

Jan.

10

54

Mar.

40

Mar.

60

Jan.

26

5% Mar.

*5

Mar.

8

Jan.

24

Mar.

6

40

Sale

40

x5

Sale

x5

Mar. 31

Mar. 25

40

Mar.

34

50 X
5X Sale

45

Mar. 31

40

Mar. 18

34

Mar.

102

Feb.

102

Feb.

21

32

Feb.

32

Feb.

28

40

Feb.

45

Feb.

3

43% Jan.

14

Jan.

14

9X
18 X

Sale
Sale

18

12

Mar.

20

Mar

17% Jan.
25% Jan.

20

Feb.

14

9% Jan.

10

16

■

x42

Jan.
Mar.

8

1

2

Mar. 21

Mar.

8

Sale

18

Mar.

34
x42

...

18

Feb.

11

10% Feb.

com....

200

600 Railway &. Light Securities.*
400 Rhode Isld Pub Serv pref

100
350

100 Rochester G & E 7% B pf_100
400
6% preferred D
100

325

Feb.

68

100

1,210 Puget Sound P & L $0 pf
$5 preferred
1,290

340

Jan.

Mar.

*
25

preferred

12

54

68

72
Sale

220 Public Serv of Ind pr pref 100
100 Public Service of No* III..

10

■mm mm mm

24 X

7

*

25 Phila Elec Co $5 pref

'mm W

mm

10

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.
Mar.

7

52"" "54%

4,800 Pa Water A Power
1,400 Philadelphia Co com

400
' mm m.

24X Sale

850 Pa Power 8c Light $7 pref..

1,200

5
24

Feb.

83

500 Pa Gas & Elec class A

100

Jan.
Jan.

68
38

5

6

200

mm

Sale

x26

33

31

Pacific Ltg Corp $6 pref
*
100 Peninsula Telep Co com...
90
7% preferred
100

600

21

67

38%

25

5)4% 1st preferred

7% Mar.
X Mar.

11

Jan.

63

37X

100

...

Feb.

5

Jan.

3%
%
5%
13%

Mar. 29
Mar. 31

68

50 Oklahoma Gas & Elec preflO*
400 Okla Nat Gas 6)4% pref..100

Nor States Power com A. -100

Janl

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

50

X Sale

IX

100

50

8%
%
1%
%
3

8% Sale
X Sale
IX
2X

Jan.

16

54

X

com

1,900

Jan.

16

100

25 Nor N Y Util 7% pref

7% preferred.

Mar. 16

5

Jan.

3

Mar.

90

75 Norlnd Pub Ser 6% pref.. 100
125
7% preferred
..100

25

Mar.

5

86

$6 preferred
Nor Amer

Mar. 16

5

5
90

15
88,900 Niagara Hud Pow com
Class A option warrants
17,100
Class B option warrants..
1,700
Class C Cption warrants
10,650
*
2,600 Nor Amer Lt & Pr com..

6,600

m

\ Y Steam

Mar. 16

*

10i>

v t c

N Y Teleo 6
pref
50 N Y Water Serv 6% pref

—

.

Com

50 N Y Pr & Lt $6 pref
250
7% preferred

6% Mar.

2

7% Mar. 22

6% Mar.

2

16

21

Mar. 22

22

3

21

Mar. 22

22

99

Mar. 16

99

Mar. 16

99% Mar. 16

80

Mar. 24

99% Mar. 16
87
Mar. 16

80

Mar. 24

87

8% Mar. 27

9% Mar. 16

25% Mar. 16

25

24% Mar. 31
xl9% Mar. 20
17% Mar.
3

*

At Mar. 31

% Mar. 15

Mar.

Mar.

3

Mar. 16

Rochester Telep Co—

1

600

6)4%

100% Feb.

100

1st pref

5,900 Shawinlgan Water & Power.*

60

10 Sierra Pacific Elec 6% pf__l0l>

'800

2,900
7,600
4,500

2,000

2,000

Sou Calif Edison pref A

Preferred

com...

Sale

Mar. 16

20

mm

Class B

7

Preferred.:

*

common

50

50

9

IX

8

Sale

18

7% preferred

Mar. 16

50

5
6
Mar. 31

18

28% Mar

.

20

Mar. 15

22

500

1,700

25 X

22% Mar. 28

25% Mar. 20

73" "Mar." "3

118,900
30,800
19,600

10
300

900

8,700
4,800

27,500
12,900

'mm"J*

-

/

—

200

V-

,

1

common

$7 preferred
Warrants

2%

Sale

IX

Common class B
$6

conv

IX

Sale

1%
18%
X

IX

com

11,800
'

950
75
100

For footnotes

14

Sale

At

X

Sale
Sale

Sale

100

com

A
—

1st pref

U S Elec Pow

Sale

""% Sale"

United Lt 8c Power

*

*
•

with warr_*

3X Sale
4%
7X
15% Sale
% Sale

2 X

2%

Sale
4%
Sale

12

X

Sale

2%
2%
8%
X

Sale
4%
Sale
Sale

Stock purchase warrants..
100
325 Utah Power & Light pref
*

2,200

Class B

1,600

7% preferred

v

t

c

...

700 West Massachusetts Cos

*

100 Western Power 7% pref... 100
see page




54.

% Mar. 15
Jan. 25
Jan.

14

5% Jan.

3

Feb.

Feb.

8

50

Mar.

36

Jan.

18% Mar.

33

Jan.

9
20

7

18

Mar.

73

3

22

Feb.

27

26% Feb.

Jan.

18

75

Feb.

2

70

73

Mar.

3

Mar.

2

2

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
% Mar.

2%
2%
rl%
2%
20%

28
1
16
16
29
23

23

Feb.

28

2

1% Feb. 31
rl% Mar. 16
1 % Feb. 23

73

Jan.

9

3% Jan.

11

3

Mar. 21
Mar. 16
Mar.
1
Mar.
1
Mar. 27

42

Mar. 27

42

Mar. 30

4

Mar. 16

2

Mar. 27
Mar. 30

42

2

3

Mar.

2%
8%
%
%

Feb. 25
Mar. 31
Mar. 15
Feb.
9

5

Mar.

2

3

8% Mar. 31
% Mar. 15

4% Mar. 15
15% Mar. 16
% Mar. 16

Feb.

13

14

5X

Sale

7X

1

4X

10%
31%

Sale"

Sale

8

17%

X

3

Mar.

3

22

Mar. 21

20

Mar.

Mar. 22

89

Mar. 22

89

Mar. 22

% Mar. 27

Sale

2

4

4

8X

2

Mar

23

4

Mar. 21

11% Mar. 17
28

Mar. 21

Mar. 17

74

Mar. 17

74

X Mar. 27

1% Mar. 16

7% Mar. 29
27
Mar.- 23

rl% Mar. 16

2% Jan.

5

Jan.

25

29

X Jan.

% Feb. 28

89

IX

Jan. 18
Feb.
2
Mar.
3

a6% Feb. 23

1%
rl%
1%
13%
As

20

100
*

Mar.

42

IX

•

10 Utlca Gas & El 7% pref...100
35,500 Util Pow & Light com

10
900

Sale

Sale

2

3%

*

warrants

10 United G & E 7% pref

79,900

19,700

mm

United Gas

16

47

a6% Feb.

100 United El Serv Amer shs

39,200
8,300
4,900

116% Feb.

75

22

22% Sale

100

Union Gas of Canada

17,900 United Corp

100

113

Mar.

24% Jan. 31
22% Jan. 13

66

24

500 Tri-StateTel & Tel 6% pf__10

12,700

15
12

Jan.

7

18% Mar. 28

Elec pref.100

3,700 Tampa Electric Co
•
25 Tenn Elec Power 7% pref.100
50 Toledo Edison 6% pref..100

mm

Jan.

4% Feb.

Mar. 20

47

1%
2%

7

1

•

1,800 Swiss-American

1,300
mm

5X Sale

500

600

mmmm

7%

200

_

250

m,

Bell Tel

pref.lOtt
80 Sou'west G 8c E 7% pref..100
•
500 Standard Power & Lt com

60

""

Southw

26

Feb.

27

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

113

Mar. 16

22

20 Sou New Eng Telephone..100

150

Jan.
60

24%
xl9%
17%
At
115

Sale

20

.25

5)4% prefcIassC
900 Southern Nat Gas Co

700

24%

25

B

18 100% Feb. 18

Feb.
Feb.

8

2

Mar. 23

7% Mar. 29
27
Mar. 23
74
Mar. 17

6

Mar. 27

4% Jan.

21

Feb.

1

Jan.

11

Jan.

36*

Feb.

5
9

Jan.

18

89

Mar. 22

1% Jan.

11

Feb.

1

25% Jan.

13
6

8

35

Jan.

74

Mar. 17

April, 1933.]

NEW

YORK

CURB

EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES

PRICES IN MARCH.
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

March.

Shares.

Jan. 3

1933.
FORMER

STANDARD

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

Jan. 1.

Shares.

47

Oil

Did.

March 1.

Ask.

Bid

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Ask

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

SUBSIDIARIES

50

150 Borne Scrymser Co
700 Buckeye Pipe Line

200

450

6

—2?

_50

1,250 Chesebrough Mfg

25

22%
8534

634
25
-----

6

0%
20

24

27

85%

66

73

Cumberland Pipe Line—

200

"""650

Liquidation receipts certifs

1,800 Eureka Pipe Line
16,000 Humble OH & Refining
31,100 Imperial Oil (Canada).
850
Registered......
2,400 Indiana Pipe Line
3,000 National Transit

6,300
9,800
500
100
600

100

25
*
12.50

100

1,200 Southern Pipe Line
4.700 South Penn Oil.

50

74,800
15,000
200

60

Oil

6,300
2,000

.—10
25
50

(Ind)

25
OH (Kentucky)__10

140
5% pref
500 Swan-Finch Oil Corp
OTHER OIL

19,800
1,300

1

1,100 Standard Oil (Nebraska)
25
2,750 Standard Oil (Ohio) com..25

1,650

,

100

800 So West Pa Pine Lines

307,400 Standard
32,900 Standard

14,500
4,900
43,600
3,800

400

3H
5%

40

3

Sale
8%
3%
7%
434
Sale

%
3%
11%
29%
2134
10^

0%
0%

20%

33
Sale

80

Arkansas Nat Gas

1
•

Preferred.:

10

Oil

Vot trust ctfa

7%
%
Ye

200

800

100

400

30
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

75

34
1%

Sale
Sale

1

Sale

1%

7%
H

Ye
%
1%
1%
1% Sale
2% Sale

2%

7

Sale

%
%

6%
7
% Sale
Ye
%

%
%

Vs Sale

%

1,800 Darby Petrol Corp
•
3,700 Derby Oil & Ref com.......*
Gulf Oil of Pa

2f

Non-votlna class A

200

Class

•

stock

*

20,600 Intercontinental Petrol
70,000 Internal Petroleum com
3,900 Klrby Petroleum

1,925 Lion Oil Refining
18,000 Lone Star Gas

_f

2%

Sale

2%
3s
2%

l8/4
Sale

Sale
Sale
3%
1
1%
25% Sale

2%
2%
1%
2y4
Ye Sale
10% Sale

1%
2%
1%
2
Ye
%
9% Sale

"2% "3%
1%
20%

H

*

1%
0%

*

6

Sale
7H

H
1%

4

*

...

900

500

Class B vot

trust ctfs

*

13.200 National Fuel Gas
Bradford Oil

5

10J New Engl Fuel Oil Corp
800 North Cent Texas Oil

200

12,600

200
100

4

%
%

%
%

%

2% Sale

900

1®

,1.500 Woodley
1,800 "Y" Oil

25

14,100
1,100
10

100

2,900
4,600
100

1,000

H

5,800

5,400
10,100

"2*.200

23",500
2,300
11,025
200

1,900
10,500
100

36,600
100

2,600
3,200
3,400
2,200

"5",200
11,800
200

11,200

%
%
4
x4

4%
1
H
4%
Sale

%
7Vs

%
Sale

Ye
%

•

1®

Copper Mines

7% preferred
Falcon Lead Mines
Hecla Mining Co

10

24

754 Jan.
354 Feb.

6

Feb.

5

Jan.

9

Jan.

9

Jan.

23

7034 Feb. 23
134 Feb. 24

nS7*
76
2

1

Mar. 17

3

Feb.

1

11

Feb.

8

il*

24% Mar.

2

33

17

Mar.

3

2234 Jan.

854 Mar.

2

1154 Mar. 16

12

Mar. 31

1534 Mar.
72

3

Mar. 27

Jan.

Jan!

4

Jan.

19

Jan.

12
4

1 \*

Jan.

11

Jan.

10

85

Jan.

9

134 Feb.

15

20

54 Jan. 11
134 Mar. 17
2

2% Mar. 27
% Mar. 27

254 Mar. 17
% Mar. 27

2

7

7

1

634 Feb.

54 Mar. 27
34 Mar. 27

34 Feb.
34 Feb.

Mar.

1

% Mar. 2
% Mar. 27

Mar.

Mar.

20
20
23
28
1
1

734 Mar. 28
234 Mar. 28
34 Mar. 23

234
234
534
7J4
254
54

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

3

3

Mar. 16

Mar. 18

Mar. 16

34 Mar. 15
24

Mar.

3

134 Mar. 16
Mar. 16

31

1

Feb.

24

54 Feb.

4

24

Jan.

25

34 Feb. 25
134 Jan. 16
3

J an.

254
254
54
234
34

Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.

25
28
1
27
15

Mar.

3

24

5

Jan.
Jan.

34 Mar. 15
1034 Mar. 16

Mar. 15

1

Mar. 15

3

4

Mar.

2

2

Mar.

3
2

if
2%

54
%

Sale
H

3%
%

234
34

2 34

Ye

10

54
34
34
234
1034
34
34
54
34
3

34

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

25
29
2

29

27
31
28

3
2
13

Jan.
134 Feb.

16
8

5

Mar.

2

4

Mar.

2

25
29
2
17
16
"
27
31
28

4
o

Sale

354
4
34
1
54 Sale
354 Sale

3%

3%

3% Sale
Ye
V,
7% Sale
Ye
%

54, Sale
654
734
%
34

Mar.

54 Mar.
34 Mar.
334 Mar.
54 Mar.
334 Mar.
54, Mar.
634 Mar.
Ye Mar.
134 Mar.

3 34 Mar
3
1
Mar. 16
.

54 Mar.
434 Mar. 15
54 Mar. 24

24

4

3

31
27

17
"

%

Mar. 20

Ye
*754
Ye
154

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

31
15
17
29

20
23
28

Jan. 31
Feb. 20

334 Jan.

6

134 Jan.

23
Mar. 16

31

134 Jan. 23
134 Feb.
4
34 Jan.

5

1034 Jan.

2g

5
Mar. 15

3

Ye
234
754
634

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

3

2

Feb.

3

7

134 Jan.

10

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

3

11
27

9
9

9
34 Jan.
34 Mar. 27

Feb.

28

Ye Jan.

4

Mar. 21

34
34
34
354
1334
34
34
54
54
3

34 Mar. 28
hi Jan.
35
Feb.

3

4
19
20

1

28
21

54 Jan.
34 Jan.

3%

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Feb.

3

Ye

23

134
134
234
234
534
734
234
54

4
13
19

Feb.

54
34
34
J

34 Mar. 28

11

Feb.

10

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

3

34 Mar. 28

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

Mar. 21

54
34
34
334
1254
34
%
54
%

Mar. 21

23

Ye
834
54
Ye

1

Ye Mar. 15
934 Mar. 2

Jan.

334 Jan.
3
34 Mar. 27
734 Jan.
34 Jan.
34 Jan.

54 Jan.

134 Mar. 15

1

134 Mar. 16
134 Mar. 2

Mar.
Mar.

15

Sale

%

1634 Mar. 23

Ye

Ye

%

34

34

54
34

.

...5
25

Ye
Sale

%

*
1

54, Sale
34
54,

%

50c

34 Sale
34 Sale
34
34

34

% Mar.
% Mar.
34 Mar.
34 Mar.
5734 Mar.
154 Mar.
34 Mar.
34 Mar.
34 Mar.

18

30

Mar. 21

Ye Mar. 30
54 Mar. 16

16

Mar. 15

15
25
18
20

3

Feb.

54 Feb.
54 Feb.
334 Feb. 24
54 Mar. 24
3% Feb.
% Jan.
654 Feb.
34 Jan.

23

27
26
6
23

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

19

Jan.

13

9
9

5

Feb. 16
Mar. 27
Feb. 15
Feb.
6
Mar. 21

Ye Jan.

30

Ye Jan.
4034 Feb.

24
10

34 Jan. 31
5
34 Jan.
434 Jan. 25
1
Mar. 16

34 Jan.
434 Jan.

19

5

54 Mar. 24
Jan.

x4

3

54 Jan.

4

Jan.

12

8

34 Feb.

8

234 Jan.
54 Jan.

134 Mar.
34 Jan.

28

30
29

6

...»

2%
5%
2%

2%
Sale
Sale

2%
534
234

254
6
3

254
534
334

Sale
Sale
Sale

4

10

5
1

Ltd

1

100 Pond Creek Pocahontas Co.*
17,600 Premiei Gold Mining
1

17.500 Roan Antelope C Mines Ltd..
12.700 St Anthony Gold
Mining
1
5,200 Shattuck Denn Mining
5

1,100 Silver King Coalition
8,500 So Amer Gold A Plat.

14,900 Standard Silver Lead
6,300 Sylvanlte Gold Mines Ltd
Hughes

.

Extension

254 Mar. 3
554 Mar. 22
234 Mar.
2

2834 Sale

27

20%
15%

30%
Sale

27

3034 Sale
1554 Sale

Sale

Jan.

4

Jan.

13

Feb.

15

Mar. 17

;Jan.

12

Ye Mar. 16

J an.

5

34 Mar. 29

Feb.

14

334 Mar. 16
*634 Mar. 15
354 Mar. 16

15

3
23

Feb.

28

Jan.

18

Jan.

3
18

Ye Mar. 16

'2534 Mar.*28 "2934 Mar."15

Jan.

5

18

Mar .28
Feb.

9% Sale
1%
%

2%
4

Sale
Sale

4%
Sale

1234 Sale
934
1134
134 Sale
Ye
34
2
5

354
Sale

10

13

3

10
32

1734 Mar. 16

Mar.

2

1754 Jan.

Mar.

10

10

Mar.

Mar. 16

154
Ye
434
534

2

Feb.

1

Mar. 15
Mar. 17
Mar. 16
Mar. 1

Jan.

18

Mar.

Jan.

6

Jan.

13

Jan.

3

Mar. 24

Mar. 24

Mar. 15
Mar. 15
Mar. 1
Mar. 15

Jan.

3

Mar.

3

Mar. 16

%
854
34
134

Mar. 28

1

Mar.

Mar.

Ye Mar. 17
% Mar. 2
354 Mar. 2

Mar. 20
Mar.

3

Mar. 21

'I

134

13

Jan.

5

Feb.

15

Jan.

1

Sale

1

1

34

3

% Sale

Mar.

2

354 Sale

Mar.

3

1

6

Mar. 28
Feb.

3

"334 Sale"

1

"2

2%

134 Sale

Sale

34 Mar. 29
154 Mar. 3

34 Mar. 29
234 Mar. 16

iJan.

4

Feb.

27

Feb.

3% Sale

1

10

Mar. 29

Mar.

3

14

11
6

16
29
15
3
6

16
6

3
34
18
Ye Mar. 16
34 Feb.
6
3434 Feb.
6
154 Jan. 28

Mar.

Mar. 25

834 Sale

334
754
354

Jan.

Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

Mar.

5

Sale

834
o
834
3-4 Sale
34
134

234
34
Ye
34
234
Ye
34

Mar. 15

Mar. 24

% Sale
7M
8
% Sale
1
1%

60

32

Mar.

18

%Jan. 31
54 Mar. 16
54 Jan. 16
54 Jan. 27

Mar.

134 Sale
Ye Sale
334
434
Sale

17

27

Mar. 21

1534 Feb.

4

Mar. 18

Jan.

Sale

18

Mar. 16
Mar. 15

Jan.

Sale

5

50c

;

Mar. 20

34 Mar. 22
29%

5

...1

800 Tonopah Belmont Devel
225 Tonopah Mining of Nev

9

Jan.

1

1C

Jan.

Feb.

4

25

18

;Jan.
iJan.

1®

I

3

1434 Jan.
1534 Feb.

Mar. 15

10

200 Pacific Tin special stock....»

229,300 Pioneer Gold Mines

34

.*

1,300 N Y A Hond Rosario M
22,200 Nlpissing Mines
34,500 Ohio Copper Co..




14.

Feb.

1

2

25

9,800 New Jersey Zinc
23.725 New Mont Mining Corn

page 54

24

4

Ye Mar. 30
134 Feb.
6

1

4

8

1

25c

200 Mining Corp of Can
100 Mohawk Mining

see

Jan.
834 Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 16

Mar.

1

Ye Sale

Hollluger Consol G M
39,400 Hud Bay Min A Smelt
900 Iron Cap Copper
2,400 Kerr Lake Mines Ltd
1,400 Kirkland Lake G M Ltd.
86,700 Lake Shore Mines Ltd

For footnotes

Ye Mar. 20
134 Mar. 17

Ye Mar. 30
1

134 Mar.

134 Mar. 3
634 Mar. 15

100

Goldfield Consol Mines

18,400iUnited Verde

18

STOCKS

_

89,100 Teck

3
Mar. 27

2

1%
%

Sale
Sale

v.

2,300 Evans Wallower Lead
1,000
2,100
10,200
33,400

2

Mar. 31

3

Petroleum Corp...l

160 Consol Min & Smelt Ltd
300 Copper Range Co
15,700 Cresson Consol G M & M
26,300 Cusl Mexicana Mining

""225
8,900

4

Voting trust certificates .10
dwana M'kubwa Cop Min —
American shares
.5s

Consol

3

8% Mar.
12

Mar.

%

10%.
%

"%

5

100 Chief Consol Mining Co
57,700 Comstock Tun A Drainage

100

3.200

....

550 Bunker Hill & Sullivan

500
100

*
5

& Gas Co cl A

MINING

150

75

2

17
23
2
17
16
22
Mar. 3
Mar. 24

134 Mar.

25

4,300 Texon OH fit Land Co.
3,000 Venezuelan Petroleum

600

300

15% Mar.

243^ Mar.
17
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5

2%
11*4
1

3

..1®

Producers

9,300 Southland Royalty Co
7.300 Nunra.v Oil

500

Mar. 17

2

34
%
1%
2%
5% Sale

%

Sale

♦

100 Shreveport El Dorado

4,400

14

634 Feb. 27
654 Mar. 4
.334 Feb. 23
554 Mar. 17

*

15,600 Salt Creek Consol OH.
Salt Creek

1%
2%
1%
2%
Ye
%
934 Sale

%

k

150 Red Bank Oil Co

9,200

%
1
2734 Sale

*
1

400 Richfield Oil of Calif pref..25
1,200 Root Refining Prior pref
*
1,800 Ryan Consol Petroleum
•

100

2%

Ye

12%
%

200 Pantepec Oil of Venecuela..*
Petroleum Corp of Amer—

2,800

2

1%

"3" Sale"

5

North European Oil com

200 Pacific Western Oil Corp

400

Mar.

6

2

5

Sale
%

Stock purchase warrants..
1,200
280 Pure Oil Co 6% Ptef
100

1,400
1,700

%

234
Sale

6

1%

*

6,700 Mountain & Gulf Ol ICo
1
10,900 Mountain Producers Corp.10

100

1,600

trust ctfs

New

Mar. 24

7

72

1

2

1

•

Class A vot

8,700

2%

"2% "3%

•

1,200

200

1,200
1,700
1,600

12
3

334
1154
2434
1934
1154
1234
1734

Mar.

1

%

Middle States Petroleum—

100

Jan.

Mar. 17

2

3% Mar. 17
11

4

•

500 Nlargay Oil
500 Mexico-Ohio Oil Co...
700 Vlichigan Gas & Oil Corp

200

iA

4

Vs Mar.

Sale

100 Leonard Oil Development..25

900

2

3

1

Indian Terr Ilium Oil Co

300

200

Mar.
Mar.

Jan.

Jan.

3

5

1

"% "~1%

*

200

5,100

14

20

40

1

100

31,500 Creole Petroleum Corp
*
9,200 Crown Cent Petrol Corp.^...1

— —

2

3

2

Pref ctfs of deposit.....100

6,400
1,300

■»

3

1%

"2

Certificates of deposit
Preferred

19,800
1,200

Mar.
Mar.

634 Mar. 31

.10

12,900

B

Jan.

2634 Mar. 15
4454 Mar. 16
754 Mar. 15

5

20
40

534 Mar. 15

16

1%

1

.

6,700

9,300

12

Mar. 22

5

*

1,900 Con sol Royalty Oil..
3.500 Cosden Oil Co common

_

13

Jan.

3%

66

Columbia Oil & Gasoline—

„—

Jan.

90

354 Mar. 27

pref—50

5,400

38,000

27

3% Mar. 27
5% Mar. 17

12

% Sale
134
\H
1% Sale
3% Sale

*

com

Class A

900

600

6

12

STOCKS.

700

18,700

18

Jan.

Mar. 30

6% Mar.

3H
11%

2

British-American Oil Co

1,600

Jan.

75

3%
6

6
25

Mar. 16

90

6%

10

84

1

Mar. 16

6

25% Mar. 28

74

W4

Sale
14H
22%

100

Sale

1%
2%
11%

3
3%
12%

6
Mar. 16
2534 Mar. 28
Mar. 30

75

6

25%
Sale

3%
5%
2%
4%
67%

75

13

7%

24

Sale

73

Coupon stock (bearer)....
2,000
7.400 Carlb Syndicate com
25c
1,500 Colon Oil Corp common

3,700

6
27

.25

American Maracalbo

600 Atlantic Lobos

100

7

5

10

Ohio Oil 6% nref
200 Penn Mex Fuel common

900

7H
7%
3%

*

2,100

"'ioo

45

10

700 New York Transit
9,000 Northern Pipe Line

""300

1%
23%

6

23%
83

Jan. 27
Mar. 15

Mar.

154
Ye
434
534
13

%
934
34
134
254
134
Ye
134
434
l/.

9
2

Feb.

3

Mar. 17
Mar. 16
Feb, 24
Mar. 24
Feb.
3

Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

18
3

10
23
16
Mar. 17
Feb.
4
Feb.
6
TPoV,"

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

AGGREGATE SALES
NEW YORK

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Price
Jan. 3

354

*

Ask

Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

Highest

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

54 Mar. 27
Mi Mar. 18

Sale

354 Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6534 Sale

354 Sale

Mar. 18

% Jan. 25

2

354 Jan.
3
% Feb. 25

354 Mar.

354 Mar.

54 Mar. 15
54 Jan.
6
25
454 Feb.
4
34 Jan. 18

9
6

54 Jan.
54 Jan.

54 Mar. 15
54 Mar. 27

54 Mar. 15

34

34

X

X

—.5

6,300 Wenden Copper Mining...
148,500 Wrlght-Hargreaves Ltd
2,800 Yukon Gold Co

Ask.

Bid.

STOCKS—Concludtd

MINING

800 Utah Apex Mining Co
400 Walker Mining

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.

Jan. 1.

Shares

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

NEW

iie Jan.

BONDS

75

892,000 Alabama Power 434®
107,000
lat 6c ref Si

1956
1968

91X
8234
97 X

229.000
lat & ief 5a
1951
36,000 Alabama Water Serv 5s A. 1957
70l,OOO Aluminum Co a f deb 5a_. 1952
160,000 Aluminum Ltd 5a
1948
70,000 Amer Commons Pow 6s.1940
27.000
Deb 5^8
1953
14,000 Am Community Pow 534® 1953
60,000 Amer & Continental 5a..1943
272,000 Amer Elec Pow deb 6a...1957

91X

114,000

5s

335,000

lat

1,409,000
124,000

^

Amer

Gaa & Elec deb 5a

98

3,598,000
1,000
358,000
2,694,000
176,000
14,000
29,000

678,000
1,294,000
213,000
16,000

16,000
23,000

534® inv certifa reg

Sale

80

Sale
Sale

1834 Sale
15

56

Sale

Sale

95 X

Sale

46

Sale

62 X

Sale

50

Sale

10334
8534

1943

1996

Bates Valve

2

Mar.

1
2

80

89"" Sale
Sale

80
60

8654 Sale
5534 Sale
1

Sale

Mar.

86
60

2

Mar.

Mar.

1

1

Mar. 22

68

Mar.

1

1354 Mar. 31

18

Mar. 15

1354 Mar.

8434 Mar. 16

134 Mar. 17
434 Mar.
1

65

3

73

Bag 6s

1st M 5a

ser

B

June

5034 Mar. 16
96
Mar. 16

3434 Alar. 31
9134 Mar. 3

6434 Jan.

16

97

Jan.

31

Jan.

Mar. 16

45

Mar. 16

36

Mar. 16

Mar. 31
Mar.
3
2734 Mar. 29
9634 Jan. 25
79
Feb. 18
79
Mar. 29

55

57

48

7054 Jan.

16

Jan.

14

17
17

8

Mar. 30

8

Mar. 28

3434 Sale

3

3134 Mar. 19
9734 Mar. 21

Sale

97

Mar.

79"

Sale

79

Mar. 29

88

Alar. 17

Sale

6

Mar. 22

8

Mar. 30

8

85

Sale

Sale

8

Mar. 28

2

534 Mar. 21
67

Mar. 28

74

Mar. 16

Mar. 21

67
97

7934 Alar. 17

68

97"

Sale

97

68

Sale

68

Mar. 31

27

Sale

2534 Mar. 27
1234 Mar. 25

37

Alar. 16

22

Mar. 16

13

Mar. 29

21

Alar. 16

13

Sale'

1834 Sale

Mar. 29

13

Mar. 29

13

Mar. 27

20

Mar. 15

13

1354 Sale

1334 Sale
1234 Sale

1234 Mar. 31
1134 Mar. 28

1234 Mar. 31
1954 Alar. 15

16

2834 Alar. 20

1834

Sale

13

Sale

1854 Sale
1354 Sale
35
Sale
Sale

6

Sale

12,000
5,000

Sale

Mar. 27

1334 Mar. 27

Alar. 16

35

Alar. 21

39

Mar. 31
Alar.
2

6

Alar. 20
Mar. 31

78

Alar. 16

2234 Sale
934 Sale
1734 Sale

16

Mar.

2434 Mar. 29

5

Alar. 29

17

Mar. 16

5

15

Alar. 27

25

Mar. 16

15

Sale

91

Alar. 31
Mar. 30

9354 Mar. 21
295a Alar. 28

6534 Sale
33

Sale

Mar. 25

6934 Mar.
1
3834 Mar. 16

3

60

Sale

60

Sale

3234 Mar.

3

94

97 X

1957
1960

97 X

Sale
9734 Sale

Sale

90

8834 Sale

88

89

Sale
Sale
Sale

Alar.

2

96

87

Mar.

3

93

1968

95

Mar.

99

Mar. 29

Mar.

3

7054 Mar.
49
Mar.

95

1959

24,000
58
58
9,000
20,000
5s
1939
21,000 Boston & Albany RR 4s_.1933
62,000 Boston Conaol Gas 5s
1947
7,000 Boston Terminal 3 348
1947
2.000 British Col Pow 534 % A..196
268,000 Broad River Power 5s A..1954

3

11

Jan.

26

27

Jan.

11

25

Jan., 31

26

Alar. 27

Jan.

11

Jan.

28

Jan.

26

Jan.

31

Jan.

27

Jan.

26

10
23

2

8934 Jan.

11

,1554 Feb. 24

2634 Jan.
2434 Jan.
5334 Jan.

3
17

75

Mar. 31

Alar.

Alar. 29
Mar. 27

16

91

Mar. 31

9754 Jan. 30
Jan. 13
99

27

Alar. 30

41

Jan.

8

Mar.

1

95

8634 Mar.
87

60

Mar. 25

8654 Jan.

11

32

Feb. 27

43

Feb.

10

Feb.
Alar.
Alar.

65

Jan.

13

87
100

2

Alar,

9634 Feb.

1

10054 Jan.
Jan.
100

16

10034 Jan.

13

104

Feb.

10

102

Jan.

12

Jan.

Alar.
Jan.

9134 Jan.

Mar.

11

65

Alar.

80

40

Feb.

5734 Jan.

16
4

1

9934 Feb.

18

Jan.

18

95

Jan.

90

Sale

Jan.

9
18

90

10354 Jan. 16
2
10434 Feb.
10334 Mar. 22
10034 Mar. 31

10234 Feb.

...

10234 Sale
9834 Sale
10234 Sale

10034 Sale

102
Mar. 22 102
10134 Mar. 3 10334
9734 Mar. 30 10034
10134 Mar. 1 10454

Mar.

Mar. 22

102

Mar. 22
Mar. 31
Mar. 20

10134 Mar.
9734 Mar.
10134 Mar.

45

Sale

30

3434 Sale

Brooklyn Boro Gas 5s A..19
82,000 Buffalo Gen Elec 5s
1956
1st & ref 5s
1939
141,000

102

Sale

3834 Alar. 17

Jan.

20

Feb.

88

Jan.

21

Jan.

a71

Jan.

21

Jan.

11

Jan.

6

30

100

Sale

10154

Mar. 27

105

85
a72

9.0001

10354

Sale

9934 Mar.
10134 Alar.

2 10334 Mar. 24

2 10734 Mar. 27

Burmelster 6c Wain Co of

9934
101

4854

Mar.
Feb.

105

Mar.

6
10634 Feb.
10734 Jan. 27

Feb.

55

Jan.

96

14

Alar.

55

Jan.

14

Copenhagen 15-yr 6a. .1940

18,000 Calif-Oregon Pow 6s B..1942
10,000 Canada Cement 534a..1.1947
70,000 Canada Nor Power 5s
1953
268,000 Canadian Nat Rys 7s
1935
14,000
30-year 5s
1954
8,000 Can Nat Steamships 5s. .1955
846,000 Canadian Pacific Ry 6a.. 1942
5,000 Capital Admin 5s A
1953
20,000
Without warrant
956,000 Carolina Pr Ac Lt 5a
1956
383,000 Caterpillar Tractor 5s...1935
275,000 Cedar Rap Mfg & Pow 5s_1953
147,000 Cent Arizona L Ac P 5a
1960
41,000 Central German Pow 6a..1934
47,000 Cent Illinois Light 5s
1943
765,000 Cent 111 Pub Serv 4 346 F.1967
239,000
5s series E
1956
213,000
58 Series G
1968
61,000
434« aeries H
1981
86,000 Cent Maine Pow 434® E..1957
153,000
5a series D
....1955
137,000 Cent Ohio Lt & Pr 5s A..1950
102,000 Central Power 5a aer D..1957
1956
693,000 Central Pow & Lt 5s
1,100,000 Cent Pub Serv deb 534®--1949
122,000
5 34a without warrants.1949
495,000 Cent States Elec 5a.
..1948
674,000
5'4s with warrants... 1954
2,000
534s without warrants. 1954
596,000 Cent States Pr Ac Lt 5 34a. 1953
....

Cent

59

9734
59

9954 Sale
92

Sale

90

Sale

Sale

59

9834 Sale

Sale

Alar. 18

9734 Alar. 17

64
Mar.
Mar.
9834 Mar. 31 101
84
Alar.
1
8534 Mar.
Mar. 31

Sale

9034

84

Sale

96

6454

Sale

9634

Sale'

5954

7034 Mar.

77

Sale

71

71

a56

Sale

Sale

71

77

Sale

75
58

7034

Sale"

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

7154
7534
7534

Sale
Sale
Sale

45

Mar.

100

Alar.

100

Mar.
Mar.

Sale

Sale

92

6534
2

Sale

Sale

Sale

'5434 Sale'

Sale

354 Sale
334 Sale
3134 Sale
3234 Sale

al34 Sale
41

Sale

4134

Sale

3734 Sale

60

Mar.

59

Mar.

7034 Mar.
6634 Mar.

Mar.

59

Alar.

5434 Mar.
4834 Mar.
254 Mar.
3

31

Sale

2954

Sale

Alar.

5434 Mar.

91

6034 Sale
5434 Sale
48 54 Sale
234 Sale

Mar.
Mar.

65

5134 Mar.
8454 Mar.

Sale

74
74

62

Sale

Alar.

2954 Mar.
2934 Mar.

64

Alar.

8634 Mar.
9434 Alar.
74
Mar.
62

Alar.

58

Mar.

434
434
3534
3634

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

3054 Sale

25

Sale

25

Mar. 31

35

70

Sale

6934 Mar. 2
75
Mar. 30

74

Sale

96

80

Sale

7154

88

Sale

83

Sale
Sale

96

9754

Sale

Chic Pneum Tool

Mar. 16

Mar. 21
Mar.
1

5134

Sale

3734

Mar. 15

2834 Mar. 3
47
Mar. 22

Sale

4934 Sale

84

9754 Mar. 31
2834 Mar. 3
53
Mar. 29

Cigar Stores Realty—

534a aeries A

1949

52

Cincinnati Street Ry 534®1952
6a series B
1955

Cities Service 5s

1950

5s registered

.1950

For footnotes see page 54.

deb

53

1966

5s

Conv

Mar.

8634 Alar.

3454

Sale

2634 Sale
2754 Sale

Sale

2534 Sale
2534 Sale

Mar. 21

53
Mar. 31
2434 Mar. 31
2454 Mar. 3

105

60

Mar.

59

6

2

Feb.

11

Jan.

9

Jan.

20
11
31
24

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

23

7334 Jan.

5434 Mar.
Alar.

12

Jan.

12
11

llY*>
78

Jan.

Jan.
9334 Jan.
Jan.
101

5134 Alar.
8454 Alar.

73

91

Mar.

59

Alar.

76

5434 Mar.
4834 Mar.

75

Jan.
Jan.

67

Jan.

10
31
11
31
4
12

434 Mar. 15
434 Mar. 16

Jan.

Jan.

11

2954 Mar.

46

Jan.

Mar.

47

Jan.

35

Feb.

9

Mar.

41

Jan.

21

97

25

9234 Jan.

Chicago Junction Rys Ac

534a...1942
Chic Rys 5s ctfs of dep. .1927

Alar.

Feb.

Feb.

1959

Union Stock Yards 5s..1940

Jan.

57
Mar.
10134 Alar.

45

Sale
Sale
Sale

58

3

9234
77 X
7734
7334
9734
9834
9334
6434

Mar.

8234 Sale

61

14

Jan.

80

§5

57

25

Jan.

90

Mar.
Alar.

93
83

63

Jan.

93

Mar,

9554 Alar.

Alar.

Sale
Sale

102

84

8534 Feb.
7034 Jan.

Mar.

64

8634 Mar.

69

Mar

58
88

75

80

60

Alar.

Alar.

88

101

Feb.

59

10234 Feb. 14
1
6034 Feb.
6734 Jan. 20

71
75

9554 Sale
Sale

Mar.
Mar.

Vermont Pub Serv—

5s series A

Chicago Dist El Generating
302,000
434 a series A
1970
Deb 534s
211,000
1935




Feb.
Jan.

8634 Alar.

9234 Mar.
9234 Mar.

65

Sale

2
Mar. 31

44

7054

G & E—
series A.
1951
series B........
1952

9,000

12

Feb.

6

87

Blackatone Valley

903,000
37,000
52,000
554,000
8,358,000

16

1957

5s series C—

62,000
28,000
194,000

3

Feb.

Jan.

94

Alar.
Mar.

92

87

Sale

Birmingham Water Works
5)4% series A
......1954

19,000

Feb.
Jan.

27

9554 Feb. 23

3654

Binghamton L H & P 5s..1946

2,000

16

2554
2634
2434
16
Alar. 27 3554
1334 Alar. 27 28
52
35
Alar. 21

22

6

1634 Sale
1434 Sale
2234 Sale

17

1234 Alar. 31
1134 Mar, 28
2434 Jan. 31

27

19

Feb.

9734 Jan.

80

2534 Mar. 27
1234 Alar. 25
13
Alar. 29
13
Alar. 29

51

Sale

14

9734 Feb. 28

Mar. 28 85 34
Mar. 31 105
Alar. 3i
9054
61
Jan.
3

Mar. 31 101

Bethlehem Steel 6a. .—.1998

Birmingham Elec 434®
76,000 Birmingham Gas 5s

454 Jan.
434 Jan.

36

60

1955
1

18

1634 Mar.
1354 Mar.

29

1854 Mar. 17

Without stock pur warr

58 series C

3
10

21

Mar. 31

Mar. 31

Beacon Oil 6a with warr.1936
Bell Tel of Canada 5a

Jan.

1634 Mar. 31
1354 Mar. 30

Sale

Sale
Sale

Jan.

73

Sale

91

8354
38 X

12

2534 Jan.

Mar.

Jan.

Sale

75

41

6

26
92

Mar.

4Sale
Sale
Sale

16

7254 Feb. 21

1634

22

2634
1934
3734

11

Jan.

8

36

1834

■

11
18

73

2734 Mar. 29

Sale
Sale

Sale

Jan.

234 Jan.
154 Jan.

48

2134
2134

22 34

61

Sale
Sale

33

Sale

Jan.

48

Sale
Sale

2034

18
3

6454 Jan.
99

36

Sale

Sale

Jan.

97

16

Sale

Sale"

21

9

16

3834 Sale

46

51

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

Jan.

1

12

Jan.

8454 Mar.
4734 Mar.

1

Jan.

8934 Jan.
10034 Jan.

34 Feb.
334 Feb.
65
Alar.

Mar.

4

1354 Sale

58

9134 Mar. 16
5654 Mar. 22

8454 Mar. 2
4734 Mar. 15
1

Mar.

1942

17,000
25,000
751,000
696,000
172,000
27,000
411,000
170,000

9234 Mar.

89

Mar. 31
Mar. 31

SI*
95

6834 Mar.

Sale

6754 Sale

...1933

*34% notes

77

92

Sale

6

1940

Bait & Ohio RR 5a F

Mar.
2
Mar. 17

3434 Mar. 31
9134 Mar. 3

Baldwin Locomotive Works

707,000
3,470,000

62

85
73

1

8

9154

registered

Plywood 534®

6954 Mar. 16

Mar. 31

97

5Hs

Atlas

Mar. 31

77

89

80

Mar.
Mar.

62

6834 Mar.

Sale

43

22

1949
1977
Conv deb 5s
1956
Assoc Rayon Corp 5a
1950
Assoc Simmons Hard 634® 1933
Assoc Telep Co Ltd 5a...1965
Assoc Tel & Tel 53$s A...1955
Assoc Tel Util 534®
1944
2-year 6% secured notes.'33
Atlantic City Gas 5s.....I960
Atlantic City Elec 5s
1956
4 34® C

Sale
Sale
Sale

27

1938

4^a series C.i

Sale
Sale

134 Mar. 17

90 X

„

87,000

"I" Sale

16

American Power 6c Light
1,263,000
6a without warranta..2016
272,000 Amer Radiator deb 434®~1947
Amer Rolling Milla

820,000 Arkansas Pr 6c Lt 5a
1956
17,000 Arnold Print Works 6a
1941
1,487,000 Associated Elec 4^8
-.1953
135,000 Assoc Gas & Elec 434®
1948
3,138,000
5s
1961*
10,000
5a registered_
1968
753,00,0
5M?s inv ctfs
..1938

Sale

8934 Sale

68

„

540,000
Deb a 1 5a
1948
668,000
4J4% notes
1933
41,000 Amer Seating 6a.........1934
32,000 Amer Thread 5 34®
1938
2,000 Amer Toll Bridge 7s.
1945
793,000 Appalachian El Pr 5a
1956
Appalachian Gaa Corp—
72,000
Cody deb 6s
1945
121,000
Conv deb 6s series B
1945
55,000 Appalachian Power 6a
2024
125,000
5s
...1941

86

Sale

434 Sale

193«»
1953

5a

Sale

134

.2028

.

Amer Gas & Power 6s

232,000

64 X

62

77

6834

56

Mar. 20

Mar. 15
Mar. 16
3454 Mar. 16

58
34

19

6934 Mar. 2
75
Mar. 30
Jan.

3

2334 Jan.

18

96

11

Feb.

8

8434 Jan.

27

94

Jan.

27

98

Jan.

27

2834 Mar.
Jan.

3
13

47

Mar. 22

59

37
52

Jan.
3
Mar. 21
Feb. 28

4634 Feb. 16
5734 Jan. 23
6334 Jan. 30
3634 Jan. 11
38J4 Jan. 12
35
Jan.
6

53

2434 Mar. 31
2454 Mar. 3
a3234 Feb. 18

April, 1933.]

NEW

AGGREGATE SALES

YORK

new york

Jan. 1.

236,000

8o~666
493,000
240,000
13,000
68,000

143,000

1,000

385.000

94,000
62,000
8,000
5.000

46,000
64.000
334.000
4,000
8,000

March 1.

1933.
Bid.

BONDS (Continued)

796,000
3,000
286,000
1,805,000
715,000

2

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Ask.

444

Sale

9

364

46

March 31.

Ask

Bid.

Sale

Lowest.

Ask

3

Sale

54® gold deb

—..

83,000

4

144,000
490,000
212,000
9,000
25,000
5,000

Sale
Sale

"294 Sale* *26"" Sale"
30

Sale

264

Sale

107

1

5».

9

3

Sale

Prices

Sale Prices.

51

Mar. 16

42

61

Mar. 15

47 H Feb.
54
Jan.

254 Mar. 2£

36

Mar. 16

Mar.
Mar.

1024
1054 Sale
924 Sale

103"" Sale"

Sale

103

Sale

Mar. 21

26

1034 Mar. 2]
1024 Mar. 21
1014 Mar.

354 Mar. 16
105
105

924 Mar. 16

924 Mar. 16

584 Mar. 15

21

494 Feb.

3

Jan.
Jan.
414 Jan.

504 Mar.

94

85

Mar.

1

16

74

11

41

13
13

30

Feb.

30

Feb.

9

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

25

Prlvat

2,059,000

7

390,000

7

298,000
509,000
613,000
343,000

3
4
b

63

Sale
Sale

99

85

85

Sale

984

Sale

93

Sale

98

Sale

100

94

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

934
874
844
794
984
624

Mar. 31

Sale

41

Mar. 31

Sale

994 Sale
Sale

844 Sale

106

Sale

102

Sale

72

Sale
Sale

454 Sale
1044 Sale
Sale
1014 Sale
964 Sale
100

1054

Sale"

884
844
794
1004
624
41

1004

Sale"

I

1054

Sale

Sale

Sale

Mar. 31
Mar.
a

101

102
Mar.
i
Mar.
3
954
Mar. 31
934
88
Mar. 31
Mar.
3 1034

Mar. 17
Mar. 17
Mar. 17

93

Mar. 17

Mar,

Mar.

41

Mar. 23
Mar. 17

Mar,

934
874
844
794
984
624

664
1014
1064
1054
1024

Mar.

Mar,
Mar.

101

Mar.

11
4
5

9

12

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 22

Mar.

934
1064
864
524
1134
1104
1054
1064

944 Mar. 3 984 Mar. 16
1034 Mar. 27 1044 Mar. 23
Mar. 15
1014 Mar. 24 102

Mar.

100

Jan.
Jan.

17
9

Mar.

1084 Jan.
1074 Jan.

24

77

464
110
Mar. 22 1134
1024 Mar.
1 1044
100
Mar.
1 1014
Mar.

100
95

104

974 Sale

1

1

504 Mar. 31

Sale

464 Sale

1

Sale

994

80

160,000
207,000
2,321,000 Conn River Power 5s
snsol Gas of Bait 5s
29,000
4Xa
65,000

51

99

90
2

54s series G

574 Sale

1054 Sale
1044 Sale

)

2,594,000
1,336,000
693,000
342,000
11,000
10,000

Sale Prices.
58
Jan. 12

1034 Mar. 21 1084 Jan. 11
1024 Mar. 21 110
Jan. 11
1014 Mar. 3 1064 Jan. 18
91
Feb. >24
98
Jan. 23
10
Jan. 25
9
154 Feb.
924 Jan.
96
Jan. 18

Mar.
2
Mar. 21
Mar. 29

104

3

Mar.

25 4 Mar. 28
26
Mar. 28

1

3

Highest.

Sale

£

42

56

46 4

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale

2

55
37 4

Bid.

2

Commerz und

444,000
58,000
120,000
97,000
67,000
59,000
449,000

IN MARCH.

Jan. 3

$

%

49

Price

Since

March.

EXCHANGE
PRICES

curb exchange
In

CURB

2 105

Mar. 18
Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar. 2
Mar.
1
Mar. 2

110

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

11

3

11
11

Jan.
Feb.

15

Jan.
Feb.

20
15

12

Consol G E L & P Bait—

3,000
27,000
301,000

132,000
53,000
108,000
1,354,000

79.666

316,000

05

1064 Sale
1054 Sale

Sale

100

*984 Sale"
1st ref
4s

562,000

s

f 4s

99

Sale

95 4

Sale

Jan.

Mar. 31 1044 Mar. 21

00

Mar. 31 106

1 1024 Mar. 25
Mar. 31
984 Mar. 16

100

984 Mar.

984 Mar.

*934 Sale"

1034 Sale

44®--.

100

Sale

93

Sale

a5

Sale

5

Sale

254 Sale

28

994 Mar.

3
11

1 1074 Jan.
93
Mar. 31
994 Jan.
974 Jan. 19 99
Jan.
994 Mar.
1044 Feb.

new

onsol G EL&P

23 1064 Jan.
Jan.

2 1014 Mar. 28

10
9
5

4

Consol Gas Utilities—

10,000
112,000

"i~,66o
3,000

195,666
107,000
395,000
70,000

"8,666
45,000
14,000
9,000
1,000

6,4s with warrants
312,000
1st & coll 6s ser \
362,000
onsol Publishers 64s..
4,000
74 % stamped
4,000
1941
9,000 Consol Textile 8s
12,000 Consol Water (Utlca) 448
927,000
421,000

5
25

576,000
1,000
48,000
295,000
96,000
58,000

10,000
26,000
221,000

-----

79,000
9,000

"~5~, 666

451666
74,000

...

6,000

"7", 000
13,000
5.000

5,000

288,000

225,000
64,000
1,000

2

54 Mar. 21
28

Mar. 21

30

2

5

Mar.

5

£y>

Mar. 29

Jan.

19

54 Feb.

10

Mar.

4

29

Feb.

Jan.

30

52

Jan.

13

30

Mar. 21

Jan.

Mar. 21
Mar.
2

45

13

10

Jan.
Jan.

6

76

Jan.

16

5

2

70

103" Sale"

"964 Sale" "94"~ Sale" "93 4

1054 Sale
57 4 Sale
964 Sale

1014 Sale

Mar .'31 "99~~ "Mar. 15
Mar.
3 103 4 Mar. 17

Jan,

10

19

934 Mar. 31 1044 Jan.

9

Mar.

1 00

934 Sale

94

50

69

Sale

100
38

Mar. 31

49

Mar. 15

92

Mar.

3

95

Mar. 20

Feb.

7

20

Feb.

7

50

38

Sale
Sale
Sale

1004

Sale

47

■

Mar.

1

51

Mar. 28

50

Jan.

5

54

Jan.

6

654 Mar. 30

69

Mar. 17

654 Mar. 30

704 Feb.

9

Sale

684 Sale

Sale

67

3 106
Jan.
Mar. 31
614 Jan.
Mar.
3
984 Jan.

38
92

33

Mar. 27

43

Mar. 16

33

Mar. 27

Sale

60

Mar.

i

554 Jan.

60

64

Mar. 15

60

Feb.

28

40

Sale

40

Mar.

1

40

Mar.

1

40

Jan.

11

73
40

87
99

Mar.

91
3
Mar. 31 101

Mar. 16

87

Mar.

87

Mar. 21

-

Cuban

Telephone 7 4s..1941

914
103 4

5s.

894 Sale

88

Sale

99

Sale
Sale
—

—

—

—

-

Sale

86

Sale

101

—

161,000
645,000 Dayton PAL 1st A ret 5s *41
168,000
211,000
37,000 Denv A Salt Lake Ry 6s..
6,000
60,000
4,000

245,000
49i,000
39,000
18,000
8,000
3,000

1

Mar.

30

---

119,000

15.000

Mar.

24

41

4,000,)
401,000
189,000
201,000

a5

20

Continental G & El 5s

1,566,000

91,000
64,000
17,000

Sale
Sale

474 Sale

100

Sale

1014

Sale

1054

Sale"

103

Sale
Sale

105

Sale

1024

Sale

784 Sale

784 Mar. 31
994 Mar.
1014 Mar.
994 Mar.

■

Mar.

71

1004 Sale

994
274

Sale
Sale

3 1024 Mar. 22
2 1054 Mar. 16
Mar. 16
3 104
3

Mar. 16

99

274 Mar. 31

75

Mar. 28

65

-----

Mar.

78

Mar.
3
Mar. 2i

85
4

754 Sale

Sale

83

Sale

75

4

Sale

3

83 r* Feb.

9

1

!024 Jan.

9

3

274 Mar. 31

warrants

764 Sale
1004 Sale
3

Invest

5s

1

Jan.

12

Jan.
Feb.

12
14

2

80

Mar. 17

Mar. 21
Jan.

76

95

Mar.

89

19!

A

2

3

3
3

97

Mar.

3
11

4 Mar. 21
4 Jan. 17

4 Mar. 2i

Mar. 22

Mar.
Mar.

97

3

Mar.
2
87
Mar. 22 102
Jan.
3
3
Mar.

3

Feb.

6

Feb.

20

Jan.

17

Jan.

23

Jan.

18

Jan.

3

984 Jan.

11

Sale

124 Sale

124

Sale

11

94 Feb. 24

Jan.

Jan.

81

Jan.

994
994
994
994

Jan.

Mar.

22*

164 Mar. 20

23

81

19

8

91

984
44
34
14
4

Mar.

97
Util

9
10

Mar.

76

Sale

13
,

Mar. 27

89

784

Jan.

744 Jan.
21 1024 Feb.

694

Sale

41 000
639 000 Eastern

24

75
3

Mar. 17
Mar. i7
Mar.

Jan.

Mar. 28

7s certifs of deposit.
with

37
83

Feb.

65

2

4 Mar. 2i

16

3

Mar. 16

734 Mar. 21

694 Mar. 27

Sale

95

17

Mar.

99

1.02 4 Jan.

90

11

71

Mar. 17

1004 Mar.
34

4

11
11
15
10

3 1034 Feb.
2 1084 Jan.
3 1064 Jan.

82
-----

13

Jan.

3

994 Mar.
1 014 Mar.
994 Mar.

14

Jan.

924 Jan.
99
Mar. 31 103 4 Feb.
784 Mar. 31 914 Feb.

Mar. 15

5/
12

Mar.

9

Fast St Louis A Interurban

1 000

Water

5s, series A

19^

16 000 Edison Elec III (Boston 5s '2
12. 000
44% notes.
192

4,000
277,000
440.000

1,080 000

525,000

1,634 000

1,561 000

5s

5%

-----

i004 Sale"

192

1024 Sale

192

103

Sale

994 Sale

202

notes..

Elec Pow A Lt 5s

39

Sale

33

Sale

1004 Sale"
1004 Sale
23
Sale

994
994
994
224

Mar. 3 1004 Mar. 2
Mar. 3 1014 Mar. 17
Mar. 3 1014 Mar. 18
Mar .31 384 Mar. 16

2~.666
5,000

16, 000 Elmlra Wat Lt A RR 5«.
82. 000
1 000

98,666
232.000

152,000

lislooo
10,000
3,000

41",000

Sale

77

754 Mar. 27
704 Mar. 25
424 Mar. 29

Sale

76

17

754 Mar.
704 Mar.
424 Mar.

Mar. 27

774 Mar. 20
424 Mar. 29

88

Jan.
Jan.

5
14
17
26
23

12
9
27

304, 000
795, 000

354 Sale

11

Jan.

50

Jan.

21

Sale

Mar.

484 Jan.

13

30

Sale

48

Jan.

12

764 Feb.

3
26

Mar. 31

48

Mar. 16

38

294 Mar. 31

42

Mar. 16

294 Mar.

684 Mar. 28
984 Mar. 2

40
,

864 Jan.
574 Jan.

50

-——

64s.

Ercole Marel

22,000
12,000

83

4, 000

2,000

103 4 Jan.
1034 Jan.
474- Jan.

Feb.

12 000

"

1014 Jan.
1004 Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

724 Mar.
994 Mar.

38

9

Elec Mfg

180, 000

674
974

234, 000

Sale
Sale

724 Sale

1
3

674 Jan.
974 Jan.

1

60

3

3 104

Jan.

35

Mar. 18
Jan.
12

704 Jan.
424 Feb.

26

Mar. 23

36

551, 000
6, 000
308, 000

63

Sale

64

Sale

614

Sale

60

Mar. 18

64

33

Sale

284 Sale

264

Sale

26

Mar. 23

284 Mar. 17

52,,000

48

Sale

47

Mar. 15

48

Mar. 23

47

24

Sale

24

Mar. 31

25

Mar. 17

24

3

14,,000

6,,000
387,,000 Federal Water Service 5s.1954

33

Sale

Sale
Sale

48

Sale

72

12

Jan.

6
17

Mar. 15

524 Jan.

26

Mar. 31

30

Jan.

3

Jan.

13
5

36

Jan.

10

50

Mar. 15

Sale

21

38
80
86 4

Mar.

204 Mar. 28 a31

Mar. 16

24 Jan. 19
204 Mar. 28

Sale

47

50

Mar. 15

38

Jan.

68

Mar.
2
Mar. 30

79

Mar. 15

68

Mar. 30

Sale

72

Mar. 31

81

Mar. 15

72

Mar. 31

Finland Residential Mtge

111.000
27.000

32,000

Bank 6s
..1961
398,,000
291,,000 Firestone Cotton Mills 58.1948
159,,000 Firestone TAR Cal 5s. .1'

,

854 Jan.
884 Jan.

17
31

654
474
474
554
624

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

25
28
28

70

Jan.

13

104 Jan.

31

First Bohemian Glass Wks

3,000
25,000
281,000
205,000
75,000
322,000

3,000
126,000
261,000
62,000

93,000
14,000

1st 7s without warr___r
14,,000
92,,000 Fisk Rubber 5 4s
1931
Certificates of deposit
557,,000
342,,000
8% ctfs of dep
...1941
328,,000 Florida Pow Corp 5 4s A 1979
1,660,,000 Florida Power A Lt 5s
195s
2,,000

19,,000 Garlock Packing 6s
1939
524,,000 Gary Elec A Gas 5s A....1934
1956
1,414,,000 Gatineau Power 5s
6s
1941
304,,000
6s series B
...1941
274,,000
68,,000 Gen Bronze conv deb 6s. 1940

63

"414 Sale'
474 Sale
584 Sale
624 Sale

37
37
40

Sale
Sale
Sale

"45"" Sale"

27,000
63,000
70,000

401666
37,000
7,000
4,000

153.,000

5%
5%
5%
5%

serial notes....... 1933

serial notes

237 000
21 000 Gen Pub Serv Co 5s
..1953
136 000 Gen Pub Utilities 64a—1933
217 000
64s series A
1956
46 000 Gen Rayon Ltd 6a A
1948

126 000 Gen Refractor 5s

....

Mar. 15

60

Jan.

474 Mar. 28
474 Mar. 28
554 Mar. 28

37

Mar

36

Feb.

23

27

40

534

Sale

45

Sale

45

Sale

48

Sale

48

Mar.
Mar.

40

Feb.

Mar. 16

45

Mar. 31

624 Mar. 16

48

Mar. 31

55

104 Jan.
72

Mar. 18

47

Sale
Sale
Sale

41

Sale

39

Mar.

444

Sale

40

Sale

39

Mar.

3
2

45

Sale

4J5

Mar.

1

71
67

58

Sale

614 Sale

37

Sale

604

Sale

1004

Sale" i004 Sale"

70

724 Mar. 29
60

Jan.

Mar. 21

66

Mar. 16

.

Mar.
2
1004 Mar. 17 102
99
Mar. 15 1014 Mar. 20
Mar. 15
100
Mar. 2 102

Mar.

Mar.

1

Sale

20

20

124 Sale
23

"12"" Sale"

Sale

"25"" Sale"

1933

Mar. 16

28

Mar. 16
Mar. 20
Mar. 20

25

Sale

Mar.

1

35

Mar. 23

384 Mar.

2

474 Mar. 17

174 Mar. 30
12
Mar. 29

23
16

28
13

724 Feb. 27
Jan.
714 Jan.

Mar.

544 Jan.
534 Jan.
51

Jan.

Feb.

1004 Jan.

3
16

12
12
9
3

1

Mar.

103

Feb.

14

Mar.

1

1034 Jan.

Mar.

11
11

104
75

Jan.

17

174 Mar.

28

Jan.

lO

Mar.

22

Jan.

5

Mar.

28

Jan.

23

Feb.

60

Jan.

10

Feb.

24

31

72

494 Mar. 16
474 Mar. 17
484 Mar. 23
_

1004 Sale

1034

354 Mar. 29
604 Mar. 30

Sale

...1934

serial notes.......1935
serial notes.......1936

63

1
1
Mar.
1
Mar. 31
Mar. 31

514 Sale
58

Gen Motors Accept Corp—

30,,000
77,,000

Mar. 15

37
37

Feb.

Gen Vending Corp—

35,000

11 000
6s with warr Aug 15... 1937
283 000 Gen Water Works 5s A..1943

For footnotes

see page




54

54 Feb. 25
46

Sale

414

Sale

43

Sale

50

Feb.

14

■

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

NEW

50

NEW YORK

CURH EXCHANGE

Since

Price

Jan. 3

March. 1.

1933.

Jan. 1.'

Bid.
Ask,
BONDS (Continued)
Gen Water Wks Ga» Ac Elec—
13
Sale
6s series B
1944
273,000
6s B ctfs of deposit
1944
111,000
27,000 Georgia Carolina Pow 5s. 1952
853* Sale'
1967
1,831,000 Georgia Power ref 5s
1978
56,000 Georgia Pow 8c Lt 5s

Bid.

68 without warrants—1953
633* Sale
290,000
474,000 Gillette Safety Razor 5s. 1940 1013* Sale
57 X Sale
1965
772,000 Glen Alden Coal 4s
81
Sale
1935
105,000 Glidden (The) 5 Ha
Gobel (Adolf) 6 Ha ser A.1935
With warrants
21,000
32,000 Godchaux Sugars 73*s.—1941
Grand (F & W) Properties—
Cony deb 6s
..1948
20,000
6s ctfs of dep
1948
12,000
214,000 Grand Trunk Ry 6 Ha—1936
38,000 Grand Trunk West Ry 4s 1950
195,000 Great Northern Pow 5s..1935 1002* Sale
225,000 Gt West Power Calif 5S..1946
29,000 Green Mountain Pow 5s. 1948
10,000 Greenwich Wat & Gas 5fc A *52
28,000 Guantanamo Ac W Ry 6s.1958

Guardian Investors

Ask.

Ask, Bid.

Mar. 15

Sale

11

Mar. 16

Mar. 24

863* Mar.

Sale

Mar. 31

78

48

Mar. 29

53

Sale

46

992* Sale

96

Sale
Sale

48

80

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

63

863* Sale
743* Sale
493* Sale

Mar. 16

63

1

87

68"

Sale

53

982* Sale
Sale

53

46
48

80

992* Sale
98

953* Sale
55
Sale

Sale

973* Sale

983*

Sale"

Sale
703* Sale

75

632*

Sale

Jan.

11

10

48

Mar. 31
693* Jan.
Feb.
Mar. 15 102
58
Jan.
Mar. 31

80

Mar. 31

863* Feb.

7

55

77

Feb. 25
Feb.
1

68

Mar. 27

Jan.

12

46

Mar. 16
Mar. 28
Mar.
1
Mar. 17

96

10

Mar. 24

963* Sale

Feb.

Jan.

Mar. 29

55

1

97

Mar. 24

97

Mar.

17

8

Kansas Gas Ac Elec

Sale"

983*
53 3*
663*
583*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

iS!*

Mar. 17
Mar. 16
Mar.
1

Jan.

98

98
65

72

Mar.

95

Mar. 15

101

93

12
14
16
6
6
11
8

Feb,

21

Jan.

Feb. 23 383*
943* Mar. 3 1013*
92
Mar.
3 1003*
60
Mar. 28 82
55
Mar. 29 74

593* Mar. 23

Jan.

1063* Jan.
883* Feb.

653* Feb.
16
Mar.

Feb.

99

9
5

Jan. 11
Feb.
2
Jan.
9
Jan.

5

Jan.

9

Feb.

14
10

Mar. 17

96

Mar.

Mar.

56

Mar. 18

49

Mar.

Jan.

12

Mar.

78

Mar. 15

65

Mar.

58

Mar.

62

Mar. 22

583* Mar.

863* Jan.
723* Jan.

20

Mar.

94

Mar. 23

Mar.

100

Mar.

92
99

Feb.

Mar.

100
49

Mar.

49

Mar. 18

Mar.

40

Mar. 16

313* Mar.

23

Mar. 24

Mar.

40

Mar. 17

213* Mar.
313* Mar.

38

tig

Mar.

Sale

97

Mar. 16

933* Mar.

92

Mar. 16

84

Mar.

92

Mar. 20

80

77

Mar.

83

Mar. 22

77

36

Mar.

38

Mar. 27

353* Feb.

933*
85

Jan.

Sale

80

Sale

Sale

913*

Sale

90

Sale

1033* Sale

Jan.

16
6
9

Mar.
Mar.

85

Jan.

16

9

403* Feb. 18

Mar.
2 1073* Jan. 31
Jan. 26
1023* Mar. 16 106
50
Mar. 22
42
Feb. 23
103

44

Jan.

90

'Mar.

35

Jan.

Mar. 20

86

Mar.

3

953* Mar. 17
463* Mar. 16

Mar.

1

95

992* Mar.

3

993* Mar.

Mar.

90

3

39

Sale

373* Mar.

86

Sale

86

992* Sale

513* Jan.
963* Jan.
963* Jan.

Mar.
2 1043* Mar. 3
1
1023* Mar. 16 1043* Mar.
50
Mar. 22
43
Mar. 29
Mar. 28
47
Mar. 18 n48
103

1043*

40

24

Feb. 17
Mar. 16
Jan. 18

104

Sale

93 3* Mar.
Mar.
84
Mar.
80

22

Sale
Sale
Sale

10

953* Feb. 14

Jan.

2

Feb.

313*

iolH Sale"

24

42

6
17

48

47

10

Feb.

100:
603;
72 h
77

Mar.

Feb.

100

993* Feb.

3

Feb.

1023* Jan.

Jan.

17
6

Jan.

13

Jan.

12

42

Sale
Sale

57

592* Sale

50

60

64

59

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar.

3

48

Mar. 29

57

Mar. 31

63

Mar. 20

57

Mar.

59

Mar.

50

Mar.

71

Jan.

12

843* Mar.
68
Mar.

90

Jan.

23

91

Feb.

1

91

59

Mar. 31

663*

Mar. 17

50

Mar. 31

61

Mar. 16

843* Mar.
76

75
65

Sale
Sale
Sale

61

Sale
Sale

70

973* Sale

2

2

78

Mar.

78

Mar. 17

70

70

Mar. 17

61

98

Mar.
3
Mar. 25
Mar.
2

61
58

992* Sale

863* Mar. 16

Mar. 29
Mar. 31

68
70

98

Mar. 25

98

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

58

Mar.

97 3* Mar.
87 3* Feb.

99

633* Mar. 16
1
993* Mar.

973* Mar. 31

Mar. 23

90

Mar. 24

93

1
2
Mar. 15
Mar. 21

203* Mar. 16
203* Mar. 16
Mar. 16
78

77

Mar. 17

80

183*

Sale

17

Mar.

Sale

18

Sale

17

Mar.

77

842* Sale

81

Sale

80

91

15
16

16
2

105

Jan.

11

76

Jan.

6

105

Jan.

11

Jan.

13

323*
303*
833*
953*
1003*

2* Mar. 15
2* Mar. 17
2

23* Mar. 24

80
88

Mar. 16

85

Sale

813*

Sale

75

Mar. 15

Sale
Sale

833*

Sale

44

Sale

403* Sale

10

27
27

Mar. 28

80

90

Mar. 25

85

85

Mar. 23

79

Mar. 16

40

Mar.

1

46

Mar. 23

Mar. 24

25

Mar. 24

40

103

Mar.
533* Mar.

Mar. 15 1053*
Mar. 29

40
52

Jan.

12

Jan.

25

Feb.

6

Jan.

4

17

1

Mar. 16
Mar. 15
793* Mar. 20
743* Mar. 3
40
Mar.
1
25
Mar. 24

85

Mar. 15

103

502* Sale

13* Jan.
13* Jan.

793* Mar. 20
743* Mar. 3
25

44

12

Jan.

3
31

Mar. 15

1

11

Jan.

13* Jan.

3* Jan.
3* Jan.

13* Mar. 15

Sale

Jan.

103
8

97 3* Jan.

1013* Jan.
63* Jan.
1

11

Jan.

Mar.

Sale

18

Jan.

783* Feb.

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

17

Mar. 15

23* Mar. 24
13* Jan. 27
91
Feb.
1
96

Jan.

4

90

Jan.

13

80

Jan.

14

51

Jan.

12

33

Jan.

24

Feb. 28 1053* Mar. 24
Mar. 29 61
Jan.
5
Feb.
3
Feb.
3 52

213* Mar. 28

303* Mar. 17

213* Mar. 28

423* Jan.

13

743* Mar. 28

293* Sale

793* Mar.

743* Mar. 28

91

Jan.

31

61

Sale

61

Mar. 24

54

Sale

54

Mar. 30

66

Mar. 24

783* Jan.

26

54

Mar.
Mar.

68

Sale

61

61

Mar. 30

72

Jan.

57

623* Sale

65

Jan.

75

Jan.
Feb.

26
26
18
2

843*
843*
923*
833*
833*

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

31
12
30
3

Feb.

1

92

Feb.
1
Jan. 31

65

Mar. 31

65

Sale

63

Mar. 20

65

Mar.
Mar.

63

27
Mar. 31
Mar. 20

703* Sale

68

Mar. 30

79

Mar.

68

Mar. 30

72

Mar. 28

763* Mar.

72

Mar. 28

Mar. 20

88

Mar.

87

Mar. 20

683* Mar. 27

71

Mar.

813* Mar. 23

813* Mar

65
65

Sale

87

65

75

Sale

"723* Mar.'28

Feb.

Mar. 27
82

23

783* Mar,

Jan.

5

813* Mar. 23
833* Jan. 25
723* Mar. 28

18

63

Jan.

3

75

86

863* Feb.

6

783* Feb. 16

74

100

Sale

922* Sale
1023* Sale

402* Sale

873* Sale
883* Sale
1033* Sale

82

Sale

Mar. 30

773* Mar,

38

Mar.

413* Mar.

1

38

Jan.

20

47

Jan.

5

36

413* Sale

Mar. 30

Mar
Mar
Mar,
Mar

23

36

Mar. 30

51

Jan.
Jan.

11
5

2

45

993* Mar. 2 102
873* Mar. 30 99
803* Mar. 29 90
102
Mar. 30 1033* Mar

16
18
16

24

993* Mar. 2 102
9
873* Mar. 30 1013* Jan.
803* Mar. 29 963* Jan. 10
102
Mar. 30 1033* Feb. 28
4

94

Feb.

2

92

Mar.

91

Jan.

5

Mar. 3
Mar. 17
Mar. 3

77

Mar.

73

Feb.

72

Mar.

713*

Jan.

28
9

86

Mar.

75

Mar.

863* Sale

863* Mar. 31

90

Mar.

56

Sale

543* Mar. 29

66

553*

Sale

55

Mar. 22
Mar. 23

65

623* Mar. 22

63

92

77

6s....2022

72

....1947

822* Sale

65

1961

75

823* Sale

Kelly Springfield Tire 68.1942
Kentucky Utilities 5s
1969
63^s series D
...1948
5Ha series F
1955
Keystone Pub Serv 5s...1978
Keystone Telep Co 5 H*--1955
Kimberly Clark 5s A
..1943

Mar.

65

44

36

a33

1957
1955

96

49

44

6s...1963

Kansas Pow Ac Lt 5s B

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.

81

Mar. 22

3

60

12

Jan.

Mar,

953* Mar.

Mar. 3
Mar. 28
Mar. 29

92

Kansas City Gas 6s......1942
Kansas El Pow 6s A
1937
Kansas Power 5s A

Jan.

6

873* Mar. 27

Mar. 22

Mar. 20

Mar. 28

943* Mar.

16

92

972* Sale
53
Sale

353* Sale

605,000 Koppers Gas At C deb 5s_1947
Deb 5Ha
362,000
1950
39,000 Kresge (S S) Co 5s
1945
5s certifs of deposit
61,000
1945




12

59

55

962* Sale
96
Sale
65
Sale

45

1942
69,000 Jacksonville Gas 5s
60,000 Jamaica Wat Sup 5Ha A. 1955
353,000 Jersey Cent P Ac L 5s B
1947
1,425,000
4j^8 series C
1961
65,000 Jones Ac Laughlin Steel 5s '39

54*

903* Jan.

Mar. 16

10
Mar. 24 10
8
8
Mar. 20
953* Mar. 31 100
58
55
Mar. 31
97
Mar.
1 98
97
Mar. 15 1003*

16

Feb.
7
Mar. 23
Feb.
9

14
91

99

59

Without warrants

see page

1

Mar. 17
Mar. 16

31 582*
15 100
31 53
31 822*

793* Mar.

793* Sale

18

11
Mar. 15
10
Feb.
3
843* Jan.
5
673* Mar. 31
48
Feb. 28

142* Mar. 24
14
Mar. 27

843
673

Sale

12

—

Italian Superpower

5s

Sale Prices.
11

Sale

1949

6s series B

6s series A

Highest.
Sale Prices.

93

Sale
Sale

1947 1002* Sale
162,000 Idaho Power Co 5s..
363* Sale
1934
369,000 Illinois Cent RR 43*s
1957
165,000 Illinois Nor Utll 5s
32,000 Illinois Power 5s A
1933
276,000 Illinois Pow Ac L 5H*
1957
5 H» series "B"
460,000
1954
6s series A
1953
682* Sale
917,000
63
Sale
5s series C
—1956
1,047,000
36,000 Indep Oil & Gas deb 6s.. 1939
113,000 Indiana Elec Corp 6s A..1947
53,000
6H* series B
1953
75
Sale
5s series C
1951
199,000
41,000 Indiana Gen Service 5s..l948
742* Sale'
80,000 Indiana Hyd<o-Elec 5s A. 1958
1957
49,000 Indiana Ac Mich El 5s
96J* Sale
1st Ac ref 5s
1955
157,000
256,000 Indiana Service 5s
1950
26"" Sale
1st lien Ac ref 5s
1963
202,000
57,000 Indianapolis Gas 5s A—1952
922* Sale
1,477,000 Ind'polisP Ac L 5s ser A.. 1957
98
Sale
15,000 Indianapolis Water 4 K*-1940
1st Hen & ref 5H8
-1953
5,000
1957
4,000 Inland P Ac L 6s ser C
Insull Util Inv 6s ser B..1940
With warrants..........
2* Sale
272,000
Deb 5s series A
1949
59,000
Intercontinents Power Co—
Deb 6s with warrants..1948
24,000
Deb 6s without warr
1948
3,000
87
Sale
328,000 Int Pow Sec 6 Hs series C_ 1955
95
Sale
7s series E
1957
298,000
78 series F
1952
193,000
1951
110,000 International Salt 5s
453* Sale
289,000 (nternat Securities 5s.-.1947
37,000 Interstate Iron Ac StT 5Hs *46
InterstateNat Gas 6s
1936
Without warrants
14,000
602* Sale'
1957
770,000 Interstate Power 5s
5s reg
1,000
—1957
Debenture 6s
1952
311,000
Interstate Public Service
22,000
63*s series B
1949
5s series D
..1956
151,000
239,000
43*s series F
1958
1961
21,000 Interstate Telep 5s A
21,000 Invest Co of Amer 5s A__ 1947
Without warrants
65,000
80J* Sale
207,000 Iowa-Nebraska L Ac P 5s..1957
81
Sale
5s Series B
..1961
154,000
116,000 Iowa Pow At Lt 4Kb A.-.1958
Iowa Pub Serv 5s
1957
106,000
5 Ha
5,000
1959
31,000 Iowa Ry Ac Light 5s A.. 1945
5s B
1946
4,000
75
Sale
257,000 (sarco Hydro-El 7s
1952
Isotta Franchlni 7s
1942
63
Sale
Without warrants
133,000

19,000
29,000
44,000
79,000
134,000
39,000
2,000
171,000
245,000
67,000
25,000
9,000
6,000
18,000

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

27

1002*
993*

167,000 Hackensack Water 5s A. .1977
5s
1938
1,050,000
204,000 Hall Printing 5 3*s A
1947
103,000 Hamburg Elec Co 7s
1935
416,000 Hamburg El & Und Ry 53*s'38
56,000 Hanna (The M A) Co 6s..1934
1937
14,000 Havana Docks 7s
134,000 Hood Rubber 7s
1936
196,000
5H«
Oct
1936
38,000 Houston Gulf Gas 6Ha. .1943
6s
1943
233,000
200,000 Houston Lt Ac Pr 5s A—1953
191,000
4^1 series D
...—1978
308,000
4Ha series E
1981
85,000 Hud Bay Min & Smelt 6s. 1935
31,000 Hungarian Ital Bank 7Mi '63
Hydraulic Power of Niagara
Falls 1st Ac ref 5s
1950
33,000
Ref Ac improvement 5s. 1951
20,000
95,000 Hygrade Food 6a ser A
1949

618,000

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Corp—

5s ser A with warr
.1948
12,000
617,000 Gulf Oil of Pa deb 5s
1937
502,000
Sinking fund deb 5s...1947
192,000 Gulf States Utll 5s
1956
101,000
4Hs series B
1961

14,006

Lowest.

March 31.

Gesfuerel—

Pgr footnotes

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

AGGREGATE SALES.

Sale

75

Mar.

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

75

3

863* Mar. 31
443* Jan.
16

4

543* Mar. 29

1

55

Mar. 22

23

75

Mar. 23

23

623* Mar. 22

803* Feb.

1

28
2

863* Jan.
543* Jan.
813* Jan.

26
9
5

81

o54

543* Mar.

Sale

76

733* Sale
743* Sale
85

Sale

76

Sale

2
Mar. 29

703* Mar.

543* Mar.
77
Mar.

3 a763* Mar. 25

'Mar. 2
82
Mar. 15
663* Mar. 28

72

78

85
70

-

Jan. 27
953* Feb.
9
853* Jan. 13
80
Jan.
2
893* Feb.
7
95
Feb. 10
443* Jan.
4
743* Jan.
3
75
Feb.
9
93
Feb.
2
97

Mar. 16
Mar. 18
Mar. 17

Feb.

543*

Mar.

76

Mar. 29

703* Mar.
72
82

3

Mar.
2
Feb. 27

663* Mar. 28

793* Jan. 31
82
Feb.
1
96
Jan. 18
90
Jan. 23

April, 1933.]

new

yoek

curb

AGGREGATE SALES.

PRICES

new york
In

Jan. 3
1933.

Jan. 1.

8

S

13,000

BONDS

Bid.

(Continued.)

March 1.

Ask

Bid.

IN MARCH.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Lowest.

Ask

Highest

Sale

Sale Prices.
47
Mar. 31

70

Sale

66

Mar.

71

57

Sale

57

Mar. 31

77

51

Mar. 23
Mar.

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

47

5s series B__
1956
7,000
42,000 Larutan Gas Corp 6 Hi—1935

1,565,000 Lehigh Pow Secur 6s
Leonard Tiets Inc

11,000

4,000

40,000
57,000
251,000
91,000
61,000
13,000
197,000
46,000
32,000
9,000
6,000

71,000

173,000

9,000
62,000
53,000
1,000

!

~8~ 666
8,000
29,000
7,000

Without

2026

735* Sdle

755* Sale

48 H

67
48

warrants

Lexington Util 5s

1952

Llbby McNeill Ac Libby 6s 1942

Sale

Lone Star Gas Corp 6s...1942

Long Island Ltg 6s......1945
Conv deb 5Hs A
1952
Los Angeles Gas & Elec 5s '61
5s
1939

7,000

27,000

178,000

2,000
29,000
44,000
53,000
14,000

12,000
47,000
332,000
314,000
24,000
1,000
1,000
16,000
16,000
181,000
63,000
147,000

11,000
78,000

29.666
153,000
1,000
8,000

1,470,000

4,000

18,000
18,000
38,000

10,000
28,000
69,000
2,000
2,000
3,000
2,000
9,000
6,000
7,000
1,000
86,000
181,000
357,000

53,000
9,000
34,000
39,000
18,000
8,000
3,000
121,000
22,000
28,000

101,000
172,000
144,000
106,000
230,000
35,000
46,000
315,000
72,000
115,000

23",660

"2",066

Sale
Sale

66

"2" 000

5lAs series E

95

"3",000
"

i~,6o6

5 As series F
5 As series i

66

Mar.

461* Mar.

97

Mar.

Mar.

95

Mar.

94
102

Sale

103

Sale

1005* Sale

Mar. 23

Mass Gas Co 5Hi
5s

1946

Mar.
Mar.

100

Alar.

Mar.
2 100
Mar. 22 101
Mar. 31 101

Mar.

99

Mar.

100

Mar.
Mar.

99

Mar.
Jan.

Sale

99

99

100

Sale

86

Sale

405* Sale

82 H

Sale

88 H

391* Mar.

50

52

77

Sale

77

Sale

Mar. 31
Mar.
1
Mar. 30

50

Sale

78

Sale

321* Mar. 30

Sale

50

945*

88

93

1005* Sale

100

Sale

991* Mar.
71

92 5*

Sale

915* Sale

825*

Sale

65H Mar. 18
Sale

8

Sale

103 5*

Sale
Sale

64

Sale

405*
98

Sale

Sale

Sale

1005*

Sale

1001*

Sale

Sale

81

Sale

515* Sale

475*

Sale

56

Sale

Sale

1944

Montreal L H & P 5s "A"_1951
58 series B
1970

6,000

17,000

5,000

76,000

1045* Sale
86

Sale

101

Sale

1001* Sale

901* Sale

1937

646,000 Narragansett Elec Co 5s..1957

30,000
1,000

233,000
5s series B
1957
37,000 Nassau 6c Suffolk Ltg 58.1945

60,000
86,000

216",066

....

128,000 National Elec. Pow 5s
1978
31,000 National Food Prod 6S..1944
520,000 Nat Pow Ac Lt 6s" 'A"
2026
845,000
Deb 5s series B_.
2030
146,000 Nat Pub Serv 5s
...1978
5s ctfs of deposit..
1,207,000
1978
National Tea Co—

17,000
1,000
30,000
20,000
89,000
8,000
87,000
34.000
203,000
79,000
7,000

224,000
32,000

16,000
1,000
14,000
11,000
25,000
454,000
188,000
5,000

28,000
13,000
62,000
59,000
36,000
5,000
1,000
2,000
9,000
293,000
35,000
21,000
57,000
25,000
45,000

"~6~, 660
43,000
15,000
13,000

232,000

135,000
32,000
280,000
73,000
446,000
116,000
1,311,000
217,000
1,031,000
463,000
31,000
661,000
353,000
51,000
5,000
34,000

51

" Sale"

5s

Sale

10
102 H

Sale

102

Sale

4,000
4,000
2,000
4,000

1950

1948

5s

1951

Deb 5Hi

1954

New Orleans Pub Serv
4H« *35
68 series A

25*

N Y Pa & Ohio RR 4
Hi—1935
N Y P 8t L Corp 1st 4
Hi—1967
N Y State E & G
4Ha
1980

1940

.

♦Hi

23,000 Northwest Pow 6s A
6s A erf 8 of dep
9,000
184,000 Nor'west Pub Serv 5s

54.




Jan.

4

995* Alar. 2 103
90 H Feb. 16
96
71
81

Mar. 22
Alar. 30

Jan.

86

Feb.

2

3
13

965* Jan.

1961

Sale

I960

-1957

12
10
28

Jan.

18

Feb. 28

66

28

Jan.
Jan.

275* Mar. 15
4

12

11
3

Jan.

1

5

Alar. 16

41*
371*
955*
755*
100
65
70

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

24
28

98

Mar.

30

82

Mar. 16

102

Mar.

1

45* Mar. 17

75* Jan.

4

Mar.
Jan.

1

5

3

79*
45*
455*
1025*
90

Mar. 21
Feb.

25

955* Mar. 28
755* Mar. 30

Mar. 17

100
65

82

Alar. 18

70

53

Mar. 22

475* Alar. 31

651* Mar. 17
a82

Mar.
80
Mar.
1015* Mar.
93
Mar.
601* Mar.

981* Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

54

38

Mar.
Mar.
841* Mar.

Mar. 29
Jan.
3
3
Mar. 16
Jan.
3

Mar. 21
Jan. 11

Jan.

9

Jan.

19

1035* Feb.
81

Jan.
Jan.

87

6
12
14

735*

Jan.

12

Alar. 31
Alar. 30

83

Jan.

Feb.

79

87

12
31
26

885* Jan.

16

79

17

981* Alar. 24 1055* Jan.

15
2

83

Alar. 29

93

6
Mar. 15

51

Alar. 31

65

Jan.

6

Mar. 17
Alar.
1

64

34

Alar.
2
Alar. 28
Alar. 28

555*

18

§*

Jan.

35*
75*
45*
37

691* Mar. 21

Mar.
Mar.
471* Mar.
551* Mar.
79
Mar.
79
Mar.

51

Mar. 21
Alar. 30

21

35* Mar. 29
4
75* Jan.
35* Mar. 27

54

Mar. 31
Alar. 28

76

Jan.

25

50

34

21

Jan.

Jan.

10

84

Feb.

831* Mar.

841* Sale

99

Sale

8

27

8j7

1

82

Feb.

28

965* Jan.
955* Jan.

26

421* Mar. 23

42

Jan.

.6

44

Jan.

13

8

Feb.

25

11

Jan.

25

9653
965*
985*
15*

Mar. 15 1035* Jan.
Alar. 2 103
Jan.
4 101
Jan.Jan.
3
Jan. 16
Jan.

9
13

30

Alar.
3
Alar. 31
Alar. 31
Jan.
3

Sale

Sale

98

Sale

97 H

Sale

995* Sale
Sale

8

885* Alar. 16

Mar. 16

961* Mar. 15
961* Mar. 2
100

Mar.

9

Alar.

1

9953 Mar. 17
995* Mar. 27
100

Mar.

30

Alar.

1

Alar.
3
Alar. 31
Alar. 31

Alar.

3

681* Alar.

1

50

Alar. 16

41

30

501* Sale

50

575* Sale

41

Sale

41

131* Sale

115*

Sale

111* Mar. 28

165* Mar. 17

855* Alar.

89

91

91

68 5*
61 5*

185*
17 H

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

60

961* Sale

Alar.

Mar. 30
Mar. 27

Sale

Sale
Sale

985* Alar. 20

22

Alar.

25

Mar.

"521* Sale

50

Alar

60

Alar. 20
Alar. 21

Sale

Alar.
Alar.

99

38

90
38

40

64
101
55 5*

221*
581*

941* Alar.

Sale

40

Mar

Sale

Sale

"481* Sale

55 5
56

Sale

481* Sale
471* Sale

103
57 5*

Sale

Sale

Sale

491* Sale

411* Sale
355* Sale
41

Sale

46

575* Sale

Sale

78

82

Sale

Sale

771*

Sale

411*
355*
1001*
40

Mar.

88

Sale

99

75

921* Sale
821* Sale

Sale

90

Mar;
Mar.

89

Sale

89

Mar.

75

Sale

Sale

115* Mar. 28

185* Jan.
235* Jan.

18

835* Jan.

89

95

100

91

4
Alar. 27

22

50

Jan.
Alar

15

18

20

Feb.

9

11

12

60

415* Alar. 31 599*
355* Mar. 31
625*
995* Feb. 27 105
40
Alar. 31
655*

16

45

22

335* Alar. 27

495*

31

78

86

Mar. 30
Alar. 31

65

17

74

Alar. 23

82

3

66

Jan.

785*

Mar. 16

Alar. 16

1031* Alar.

1

Alar.

2

6

90

Mar. 31
95
99
Alar. 31
705* Mar. 28 915*
92
Feb. 27 105
101
Mar. 29 106
85
Alar. 31
975*
89

.

11
10
5

12
Jan. 12
Jan. 11
Jan. 12
Feb. 6
Jan. 11
Jan. 12
Jan. 12
Feb. 23
Jan.
3

Mar.

3

Jan.

25

Jan.
Jan.

12

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

12
14

12

85

Sale

85

Mar.

1005*

Sale

1055* Mar. 27

104

Sale

104
99

Mar.

100

Alar. 16
411* Mar. 24
9953 Mar. 22

Mar.
3 1085* Jan.
Feb. 23 106
Jan.
355* Feb. 21 415* Jan.
99J* Alar. 22 1005* Jan.

6

102

98

24
13

921* Mar.
8653 Mar.

1

925* Alar,

1

965* Jan.

1

85

9

92

Feb.

Mar. 3
Mar. 17

81

5

91

265* Alar. 31

46

Jan.
Jan.

281* Mar. 17
995* Mar. 1

23

82

995*

Sale

981*

Mar.
Alar.
Mar.
Alar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Alar.
Mar.

80

Sale

68

93

Mar.

38

Sale

38

995*
921*
851*

921* Sale
865* Sale

85

32" ~ Sale

825* Sale
735* Sale

265*

Sale

265*

25

Sale

Sale

25

615* Sale

851* Sale

86
35

775* Mar.
6153 Mar.

87

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

77 H Mar. 16

il*
68

Jan.
Jan.

Feb.
Jan.

Feb.

Jan.

Jan.

12

Jan.

28

851* Mar.

Sale

89

Mar. 30

96

Mar. 22

89

Sale

93

Sale

81

Sale

81

Mar. 28

93

Mar.

1

81

87
94

Sale
Sile

70

Sale

70

Mar. 31

85

Mar. 15

70

86

Mar.31

92

Sale

81

Sale

81

Mar. 31

905* Mar. 16

81

Mar. 31

975* Jan.

865*

Sale

8453 Mar.

3

88

Mar. 22

835* Jan.

2

85

Mar.

85

Sale

85
11
11
58

63

58

Sale

4
Feb. 27

88

14)
12)

Mar. 21

13

Alar.

3

11

Alar. 20
.

7
27

17

82H Mar. 17
89

Sale

13

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

Sale

2

24

855*
965*
Mar. 17
855*
Mar. 30 1035*
Mar. 28 100H

92

Mar.

10
24
7

365* Jan. 13
10 1025* Feb. 10
Alar. 30
3
90* Feb.

775* Mar. 21
615* Mar. 31
965* Jan. 12

1

10

24

Sale

12

3

985* Jan.
2 1015* Jan.
10
265* Feb.

Mar. 31

Alar

12

30 695* Jan.
28 1025* Jan.
31
595* Jan.

945* Mar.

40

951* Mar. 17
891* Mar. 16

Mar.
Mar.

101

Sale

Sale

26
24

Alar. 16

781* Mar.

701* Mar.
98

1031* Sale
Sale

Sale

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Alar. 16

16

6

34
85

Alar

103

6

•

90
38

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
56
Alar.
53 H Alar.
36
Alar.
78
Alar.
79
Alar.

Alar.
Alar.
Mar.
45
Alar.
331* Alar.
78
Alar.
74
Mar.

90

965* Sale

535*
51H
a511*
525*

1

25

74

17

I960
A

31

Jan.

9 102

Jan.

16

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan

95

94

Nor States Power
5 H % notes.

page

Alar .27

Sale

7s without warrants
85,000
1935
39,000 Northwest Electric 6s...1935

see

Sale

34

1949

5Hs
1962
48,000 N Y & Westchester
Ltg 5s *54

For footnotes

9

100

North Texas Utilities—

39,000

871* Sale
845* Sale

Sale

Sale

1948

Conv deb 5s
New Engl Pow Assn 5s

92

23

Feb.

421* Mar. 23

945*
93 5*

135,000
4s...
2004
96
224,000 Niagara Falls Power 6s..1950
1065*
286,000
58 series A
...1959
333,000 Nippon Elec Pow
6H«—1953
25,000 Nor Amer L & P 5% notes '33
39,000
Serial 5% notes
1934
88,000
Serial 5% notes
1935
126,000
Serial 5% notes.......1936
*1,235,000
5hi • f deb ser A—...1956
40H
116,000 Nor Cont Util 5H« A
1948
34
130.000 Nor Indiana G & E 6s
1952
214,000 Nor Ind Pub Serv 5s
1966
205,000
58 series D
1969
140,000
4Hs E
...1970
78 H
17,000 Nor N Y Util 6s C
1943
5s series E
20,000
1955
296,000 Nor Ohio P Ac L 5Hs
1951
1005*
122,000 Nor Ohio Trac 6c Lt 5s._.1956
156,000
1,293,000

Sale

-

New Rochelle Wat 5
Hi A '51
N Y Cent Elec
5Hs
1950
N Y Ac Foreign Invest
44,000
5Hi A with warrants..1948

82,000
2,937,000
1,848,000
165,000

54

38

5% gold notes
May 1 1935
Nebraska Power 6s
2022
4 Hi
...1981
Nelsner Bros Realty 6s.. 1948
Nevada Calif Elec 5s
1956
New Amsterdam Gas 5s.. 1948
New Eng G & Elec Assn 5sl947

Jan

31* Mar. 29

Corp—

232,000

"~6~,000

40

Steamship Line

6 Hi with warr

Feb.

41

41* Alar. 17

83

6s A without warrants
1947

Munson

40

16

101

31* Mar.

65

Miss Power & Light 5s...1957

Morris Plan Shares

23

31

11

7

68

81

254,000
Service 5Hi B
1953
34,000 Montana Dakota Pow 5Hs *34

1,141,000
337,000

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

3

Monongahela West Penn Pub

19,000
6,000
149,000
22,000

9
995* Feb.
945* Jan. 12
885* Feb. 14

77
80

Mar.

31* Mar. 27

805*

1978

1951

Feb. 24
Alar. 31
Alar. 20

48

88

7

Sale

99 H

Miss River Power 5s

6

15

3 102

Sale

40

Missouri P & L 5Hi A
1955
Missouri Pub Serv 5s A-.1947

Jan.

1

31* Sale
75*

1943

Miss River Fuel 6s.
Without warrants

Jan. 16
Feb. 10

54
Feb.
53 5* Feb.

Mar.

"75* Sale

1967

1955

Mar. 15

31* Mar. 29

Minneapolis Gas Lt 4HS-1950

1955

6

3

46

2 104

Sale

Milwaukee G L 4H8

Mississippi Pow 5s

78

925* Mar, 20
651* Mar. 18

Sale

Midland Valley RR 5s

Minn Pow & Lt 4H8-1st & ref 5s

Mar. 16

6

Feb.

ATar. 31
Jan. 18

60

1935

1934

Jan.

Jan.

50

Mar.

271* Mar. 15
7A

1934

5s

80

651* Alar. 18 73
102
Mar.
2 107

102

..1935

Minneapolis Gen El

18
23

Feb. 20
103
Feb. 23
1065* Jan. 19

1015* Mar.

104

1933

notes

94

2 1005* Mar. 21

Mar. 22
Mar. 30

81

1933

5s ctfs of dep

Mar. 29

10

Feb.

10

dep;.........1932

5s ctfs of dep

821* Mar. 29

25

Jan.

325* Mar. 30

40

5% notes '32

1934

Mar. 23

53

20

Jan.

41

Middle Sts Petrol 6Hs A.1945

notes...

1

91

Jan.
Jan.

99
Mar.
1025*
945* Feb. 25 102
755* Mar. 29 945*
10453 Feb. 10 10453

Mar. 17
Mar. 21
Mar. 17

83

Mar. 31
Mar. 20

80

1946

5s ctfs of dep
Conv 5% notes

Mar. 16

Sale

Michigan Nor Power 5s..1941
Michigan Pub Serv 5s A..1947

Conv

961* Mar. 16

50

1961

5s ctfs of

Mar. 27

86

Massey Harris 5s
1947
McCallum Hosiery 6Hs..1941

Met Edison 4s series E...1971
1st mtge 5s series F..1962

3 102

941* Mar. 3
755* Mar. 29

Sale

39

Mar.

Mar.

20

13
31
Mar. 20
Mar. 17

1035*
1065*
1045*
1045*

1005* Mar.

2 103

Mar.

100

99

Mass Util Assoc 5s A.....1949

15,000 Mich Assoc Tel 5s A
29,000 Michigan Light Co 5s

Feb.

Mar.

1005* Mar. 17 102
99

1955

McCord Rad & Mfg 6s
1943
Melbourne El Supp 7Hi A '46
Memphis P & L 5s ser A..1948
4 As series C
1978

Feb.

94

961* Mar. 18

Feb.

Mar. 23

57
97
100
86

Jan.

100

1943

1951

87
95
80

1949

Manitoba Power 5 Ho

5%

6853 Jan.
725* Jan.

Mar.

57

89

Sale

1025* Sale

Mansfield Mln Ac Sm (Germ)
7s with warrants
...1941
7s without warranto...1941

Conv

Mar. 23
Mar.

67

2
Mar. 31

95

89 5*

Sale

1947

5%

51

581* Mar.

0

885* Jan.

465* Mar.

925* Sale

"96"" Sale

1942

Middle West Util

88
71

Mar. 31

80

6s_

Louis Ry Co 5s
3,000
1946
53,000 Louisville (Ky) G & E 6s A *37
4 A series C
106,000
.1961
796,000 Louisiana Pow & Lt 5s... 1957
1,000 Luzerne Co G & E 6s.;
1954

156,000

Jan.

581* Jan.
57

Mar. 23
Mar. 16

7H*—*946

Louisville Henderson & St

13,000

Sale Prices. ,
64
Jan. 12

521* Mar. 17

...

17,000
222,000

Highest.

Sale Prices.
47
Mar. 31
80

Laclede Gas Light 5H8._ 1935
Lake Superior Dist Power

211,000

51

Price

curb exchange

Since

March.

exchange

11

Mar.

20

11

Feb.
Feb.

cMar. 31

65

Mar. 20

58

Mar. 31

1
15

93

75

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

2
9

9

22
9

13
16

10

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

NEW

52

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

AGGREGATE SALES.

NEW YORK

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Price
Jan. 3

_

.

66,000
162,000
69,000
31,000
609,000
154,000
2,000
152,000
165,000
2,000

.

100
96 3i

102 34

5s series D

Ask

Bid.

Ask

Bid.

Sale

95

Sale

87

Sale

Sale
Sale

90

Sale

78

9634
9534

Sale
Sale
Sale

87 34

1953
1954

Ohio Public Serv 6s C

9914 Sale
9314 Sale

Sale

Sale

85

5834

Okla Pow & Water 5s A..1948

Sale'

1941

9614 Mar. 3 100
8914 Mar. 22 9334
85
85
Mar. 31
90
84
Mar. 27
7734
64
Mar. 28

33,000 Pacific Coast Power 5s...1940
909,000 Pacific Gas 8c El 1st 4 Us. 1957
1st & ref 6s B___
1941
221,000
1st & ref 5lis C
1952
510,000
1st & ref 5s D
1955
437,000
1st & ref 41is F
1960
1,182,000
Pacific Investing 5s A

Sale
Sale
10631 Sale
105
Sale
9934 Sale
9934
11014

74

Mar.

Sale

74

Sale

63

Sale

63

45

Sale

35

35

Sale

3814

Sale
Sale

1

9014 Sale
9314 Sale

68 without warrants

105

Sale
Sale

102

Sale

9914
9214

Sale
Sale

97

Sale
Sale

10634
5834

Sale
Sale

104

102

87

8634

6514 Sale

60

81

Sale

5814 Sale

1949

Mar. 18

Mar.

Mar. 29

Mar. 31

9034 Mar.
1
9734 Mar. 17

88

87

3 10634 Mar. 30
2 10334 Mar. 17

101
99

Mar.
Mar.

101
99

9534 Mar. 31 10134 Mar. 16
97
Mar. 16
86
Mar. 31

Without warrants

Il947

Penn Pub Serv 6s C

6934

Sale

6214

Sale

Mar. 28

ibiX Sale'
10034
9834

Sale
Sale

90

95

4>is__1968

100

Sale
Sale

1940

10534

Sale

570 ,000 Peoples GasLt & Coke 4s B'81
4!i % serial notes
1934
57 ,000
41i% serial notes
1935
5 ,000

8814

Sale

serial notes

Phila Elec Power Slis

1972

83

7434 Mar. 16

6214 Mar. 30

;

Public

21,000
36,000

Service

91

Sale

90

9614

Sale

96

10834
10714

Sale
Sale

8214 Sale

9914

Sale

10514

10514

Sale
Sale

70

8014 Sale
9714 Sale
97
Sale

93""

Sale

10514 Sale
10334 Sale

Sale

7634

Sale'

Sale'

3

Jan.
Mar. 24 83
76
Jan.
3
Mar.
Mar. 2 10334 Feb.
Jan.
96
Mar. 29 104
Jan.
8634 Feb. 23 100
Jan.
74
Mar, 30 93

23
25

Mar. 28 9734 Feb.
Jan.
2 101
Mar.
Jan.
Mar. 2 108

16

53

90

Mar. 16
Mar. 28
Mar. 17

95

Mar.

105

Mar. 28

100

80

Mar.

8534 Mar. 18
97 34 Mar. 29
9734 Mar. 30

80

Mar,

2

95

Mar

10234 Mar.
1)4 Mar.
10634 Mar.
«106 34 Mar.
5334 Mar.

16
23
17
22
27

93

Mar
Feb.

10714

Sale

Mar.

93

95

Mar.
Mar.

10334 Mar.
10114 Mar.
Mar.

10414 Sale
5914 Sale

5114 Sale

5114

Sale

Sale

Mar. 30
Mar. 31

Mar. 24
Mar. 28

3 108

Feb.

6034 Jan.

3

9934 Mar. 30 10434 Jan.
9534 Mar. 30 10434 Jan.
65
62

Jan.

7634 Jan.
7234 Feb.

23

Mar. 17

83

Mar.

89

Jan.

9

63 34 Feb.
Mar.
35

70

Jan.

5

5934

Jan.

13

53

Feb.

10

10034 Jan.
8934 Jan.
8634 Jan.

24

Mar. 17

78

7514 Mar. 28
7434 Mar. 28

7434 Mar. 28

1
1

Jan.

46

Mar.

85

Mar.

7534 Mar.
.7434 Mar.
10634
10234
8 34
5034

Mar. 29

42

Mar. 23

36

57

Mar. 18

56

Mar.

2
Mar. 29

98

Mar.

1

96

56

Mar. 20

50

9834 Mar.
5034 Mar.

2 104
1 63

Mar. 17

Mar. 17 102

Mar. 22

100

93 34

12

24

17

8 34 Feb.
50 34 Jan.

24

18
19

46

Feb.
Mar.
Mar.

Jan.

19

60

9834 Mar.
50
Feb.

Mar. 23

9

10834 Jan.
10034 Feb.

Feb.
Mar,
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.

Mar. 24

100

Feb.

134 Jan.
1 11034 Jan.

7234 Mar. 15
66

Mar. 16

50

101

2 10134

Mar

96

Sale
Sale

31 10034 Jan.

10334 Mar
10134 Mar

56

98

29 10034 Feb.

9734 Mar
97
Mar

50

9334 Jan.

3

Mar

5
9

8534 Mar. 27
67
Mar. 30
4634 Mar. 15
49>4 Mar.
1
8734 Mar. 24

Mar. 22

6234 Mar. 21

35

90

36

101

13
3

24

Mar.

10634 Mar. 1 10734 Mar.
Mar.
10234 Mar. 29 103

Sale

103

9
31

31 10634 Jan.

1

9714 Mar.
97

46

Sale

—

Sale
Sale
Sale

10934

Jan.

23

9934 Feb.
6634 Jan.
10534 Feb.

13

Jan.

11

70

15
3

17 10634 Jan.
Feb. 20 9534 Feb.

Mar

11134 Mar.

Mar.

2

Mar.

86

Mar. 16

86

87

Mar. 21

60

Mar.

12

Sale
Sale

79

Sale

68341

Mar.

66

Mar.

1
8034 Mar.
8034 Mar. 16

66

92

Jan.

66

Sale

Mar.

Sale

Sale"

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar.

93

Jan.

65

Mar.

6614 Sale

65

8014
9914
9514

Mar. 17

Sale

89

Mar.

10134 Mar. 16
97 34 Mar. 16
7134 Mar. 15

89

Mar.

6214

Sale

49

58

Sale

50

5414

Sale

45J4

Sale

4534 Mar.

53

Sale

40

Sale

40

Mar.

89

8314 Sale
62
62

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

81

6834 Mar.

Mar. 17

Mar.

83 34
Mar.
62
Mar.
62

Mar. 18

49

6234 Mar.

1

4
16

7534 Jan.

Mar.

69

Mar.

12

Feb.

100

Mar.

50

Mar.

50

12

10734 Jan.

83 34 Mar.
Mar.
62
Mar.
62

49

Feb.

12
11

8034 Jan.
6734 Jan.

11
11
13

77

57

Mar. 17

4534 Mar.

66

Jan.

55

Mar.

40

Mar.

63

Jan.

11

20

85

21

25
31

1

2

77

Mar. 17

74 34 Feb.
84
Feb.

87

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 24

95

Mar. 17

92

Mar. 24 100

Jan.

23

60

Jan.

60

Jan.

23

5534
9334
1434
1434

Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

63

Jan.

Mar.

25

Mar.

2 10234 Mar.

100

Mar.

7534 Mar.
92

23

1941

5534 Mar. 28
al714 Sale
33

10214

1434 Sale

1434 Mar. 31
1534 Mar. 23

Sale

25

Sale

100
46

Sale

4134 Sale
82

Sale

11

Sale

'79

10134 Sale

9734

Sale

Mar.

1734 Mar.
17
Mar.
36

8

Sale

Mar. 31

55

Mar.

4134 Mar. 31
8034 Mar. 22

52

Mar.

83

Mar.

8

9734

Sale

96

13
Mar. 31
40
Mar. 27
Mar. 15 10034
Mar. 3 101

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 28

1935
1935
1937

Mar. 28

83

Sale

103

Sale

98

Sale

9734 Mar.

60

Sale

6114

Sale

5834 Mar.

Sale

101

Sale

99

Mar.

Saxon Public Works—

-.1937

74

3 10334 Mar.
9834 Mar.
9834 Mar. 28
90
Mar.
83
Mar.
1

102

37

Sale

1948

50

Sale

3634 Sale

16

Jan.

1 100

Mar.

6134 Mar.

4

28

Jan.

12

6034 Jan.

12
26

85

Mar. 31

Jan.

1634 Jan.

5134 Jan.
Mar 27
Jan.
Mar. 15 104
Jan.
Mar. 3 102
.

6
5

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

17
30
13
9

6734 Jan.
834 Feb.
834 Jan.

11
4
3

Mar.
3 106
9834 Mar. 28 107
98
Mar.
1
9734 Mar.
1 105

99
83

5834 Mar. 30

Mar.

8

Mar. 22

8

Feb."

10034 Mar.
6234 Mar.
3534 Mar.

101

Mar.

63

Mar.

Mar.

50

Mar.

19
9

21

Mar.

4034 Mar.

11
12

6 10134 Jan.
10634 Jan.
5 10634 Jan.
74
Mar. 28 8334 Jan.

8

50

11

Jan.

100
67

8

8

'"834 Sale'

Feb.

11%
48

Mar.
Mar.

8

Scripps (E W) Co 5 lis
1943
Seattle Ltg Co 5s_.......1949

96

20

10134 Jan.

74

..

8

40
99

13
10

Feb.

10834 Feb.

4134 Mar.
8034 Mar.

44

1979

5lis series D
1960
126,000
54,000 San Joaquin L & P 6e B..1952
5s series D
...1957
65,000
1955
124,000 Sauda Falls Co 5s

9934 Feb.

Mar.

44

1944

Safe Harbor Water Pr 4lis

Mar. 28

5534 Mar. 28

9834 Jan.

99

6s without warrants

11

78

40

Schulte Real Est Co 6s

17

8314
8014

Spfld & Peoria 5s...1939

6s

-9

Jan.

Sale'

St Louis Geo Ac Coke 6s..1947

4lis reg

Jan.

98

10034 Jan.
9034 Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

60

—

St Paul Gas Light 5s

119

10934 Mar.

86

2,000 Salmon River Power 5s.. 1952
..1958
202,000 San Ant Pub Serv 5s
San Diego Cons G & E—




a

Mar.

98

85

4914

With warrants
17,000
244,000 Kem'ton Arms 534% notes *33
115,000 Republic Gas Corp 6s A-.1945 al5!4 Sale
6s A ctfs of dep08lt....l945
92,000
326,000 Rochester Cent Pow 5« A 1953
Rochester Ry & Lt 5s
1954
73,000
1953
17,000 Rochester Tel 4lis C
5634 Sale
1953
1,098,000 Ruhr Gas Co 6348-.
55
Sale
1958
134,000 Ruhr Housing 6lis A
47,000 Ryerson (Jos T) 8c Sons *s1943

For footnotes see page 54

Jan.

29

63 34 Mar. 29
80
Mar. 23

Feb.

67

90

Reliance Management 5s. 1954

Servel Inc 5s

30

9834 Mar. 17
Mar.
"
9034 Mar. 16

67

3514

1953

Radio-Kelth-Orpheum
Deb 6s full paid

Scranton Elec 5s

3434 Mar. 18
3434 Mar. 21
7434 Jan. 12
80
Mar. 23

Jan.

81

67

Sale

1968
80,000 Quebec Power 5s
19,000 Queens Boro G & E 5 lis. 1952
41is
1958
43,000

385,000
3,000
102,000
21,000
58,000
228,000
8,000

90

B..195

Pub Service Co of N J

St L

8034 Feb.

Mar.

100

Sale

Sale

11634
6% perpetual certificates..
173,000
9514
58,000 Pub Serv of Nor Ills 5s C.196„
9734
5s
1956
434,000
4lis series D
1978
93,000
8514
4lis series E
1980
144,000
4lis series F
1981
760,000
6lis series G
1937 10514
3,299,000
6 lis series H
1952
796,000
1957
253,000 Pub Serv of Okla 5s D
58 series C
1961
71,000
73
295,000 Pub Serv Subald 5lis A..1949
6414
1,150,000 Puget Sound P & L 5lis.1949
6114
5s series C
1950
266,000
6034
4lis series D
1950
858,000

315,000
26,000
23,000
806,000
3,000

Feb.

79:

Mar.

Newark

Terminal 5s...

6234

8834 Feb.

Mar.
Mar.

83

9514

45

95

Sale
Sale

6214

55

67

Feb.

1

Mar. 16
99J-4 Mar. 30 101
9514 Mar. 30 10034 Mar. 3
Sale

Jan.

5734 Jan.
8034 Jan.

90

74

9614
10234

50

65

Feb.

Mar. 22

100

8734 Mar.

1

Sale

2
3

Mar.

95

105

-

Pub Serv of N H 4!is

1,000

57

Sale

1948

17,000 Potomac Elec Pow 6s B..1953
Consol mtge 5s
1936
56,000
1947
1,000 Potrero Sugar 1st 7s
2,000 Power Corp of Can 5s A..1957
4lis seriet B
1959
66,000
35,000 Power Corp of N Y 5 His..1947
6 lis series A
..1942
55,000
47,000 Power Securities Corp 6s. 1949
268,000 Procter & Gamble 4lis..1947
1954
482,000 Prussian Elec 6s

7134 Mar.

Sale

Phila Suburb Cos G & E

V
1939
59 ,000 •'ooi fit Co 6s
69 ,000 Portland Gas & Coke 5s. 1940
240 ,000 Potomac Edison 5s serE. 1956
4lis series F
..1961
80 ,000

Mar.

95

let 8c refunding 4lis..1957
23 ,000 Phila Suburb Water 5s..1955
Piedmont Hydro-Electric Co

1953

Mar. 23

3434 Mar. 18
3434 Mar. 21
6934 Mar.
1
80
Mar. 23

Mar.
Mar.

100

88 000

49 ,000 Pittsburgh Steel 6s
98 ,000 Pomerania Elec Co 6s

Mar. 17

80

Mar. 15

Mar.
Mar.

Rapid Transit 6s..1962

6 lis class A
1960
550 ,000
82 ,000 Piedmont & Northern 5s. 1954
1949
53 ,000 Pittsburgh Coal 6s

•71J4 Jan.

Mar. 18
Mar. 17

62

67

Sale

1979

Peoples Lt 8c Pow 5s.

Phila Electric Co 5s.....1966

Phila

7134

1936

......1957

7634 Jan.
10834 Feb.

Mar.

Mar. 27

6334 Mar. 29

Sale

1960

5s

Mar.

55

5814 Mar. 31

29

Sale

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

71

53

31

6914 Sale

Sale

Mar. 31 10134
Mar. 3 11234
Mar.
2 10634
9534 Mar. 31 10534
86
Mar. 31 10134

104

80

Sale

93

Mar. 29

87

Mar. 17

71

Mar. 30 10634 Mar.

55

31

30

..1951

58 series D
Penn Telep Corp 5s C

series C...

8*

1
62h Mar. 18

Mar. 17

104

79

70

5lis series B
1959
100,000
386,000 Penn-Ohio P & L 5lis A. 1954
.1956
267,000 Penn Power Co 5s

6s

Jan.

43.

1950

Penn-Ohio Edison 6s

434%

Feb.
9
91
19 10534 Jan. 18
9134 Jan. 13
Mar.
7834 Jan. 23
63
1
1
7634 Feb.
7634 Feb.
Jan.
4
Mar. 31
35
Jan. 30
Mar. 27
3834
2
Feb. 14
8034 Feb.
80

52

82

Sale

73

Sale

Sale
Sale

1,000 Penn-Maryland Steel 5s .1937

14 ,000
1,556 ,000
24 ,000
283 ,000
627, ,000
29 ,000

11
26
14
13

Mar. 30

74

48

71
55

1949

6% ctfs of deposit

Penn Water & Pow

5
6

12

Mar. 17

80

1

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
8934 Jan.

Mar. 28

64

88

Sale
Sale

105

1948

217,000 Penn Electric 4s series F.1971

101,000
38,000
52,000
342,000
117,000

l%ly*
98

97
17
9634 Mar. 3 10434
8934 Mar. 22 9934
96
Mar. 31
85
Mar. 27
9534
84
Jan.

,Mar. 31
3814 Mar. 27

Penn Dock & Warehouse Co

234,000

Mar. 17

8434 Mar. 16
72
Mar. 20

Mar. 30

79 M
65

Without warrants

1942
47,000 Pacific Ltg & Pow 5s
606,000 Pacific Power & Light 5s. 1955
241,000 Pacific Western Oil 6 lis.1943
78,000 Palmer Corp of Louis 6s '38
1936
10,000 Park 8c Tilford 6s.
480,000 Penn Cent Lt & Pow 41is 1977
5s
1979
38,000
115,000
285,000

1

Mar. 31
Mar. 18

Mar. 17

80

Mar. 17

Mar. 16

Mar.

Mar. 31

78
95

Sale Prices.
Feb.
2

53is_1970

Ottawa Valley Pow

87,000

Mar. 31

Sale

1940

Oswego Falls Co 6s

9834 Mar. 22
9234 Mar. 17

Mar. 31

78

5114

8814 Sale
7414 Sale

.......1940

6s series A reg

87

Highest.

Sale Prices.
Mar. 31
87

105

1944
1950

Oklahoma Gas & El 5s

Sale Prices.

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale Prices

80

1961

5lis series E__
Ohio State Tel 5s B
6s series A...

Ask,

Bid

BONDS (Continued)

$

1945
178,000 Ogden Gas Co 5s—
I960
1,590,000 Ohio Edison Co 5s
5s new..
1960
241,000
1952
252,000 Ohio Power 5* series B
4^s series D
1956
881,000
Deb 6s
..—.—2024
32,000

Lowest.

March 31.

larch 1.

1933.

Jan. 1.

6

10034 Mar. 30 105
7234
62
Feb. 28
5034
35
Feb. 27
4934 Jan. 24 52

Feb.

6

Feb.
Jan.

10
16

Feb.

9

AGGREGATE SALES,
In

PRICES

NEW TORE

Jan. 3

Jan. 1.

%

1933.
Bid.

BONDS (Continued)—

$

240,000
40,000
160,000
117,000
1,000
22,000

1,037 ,000
369 ,000

1,000

Shawinlgan W & P <m«._1967

1 ,000

1968

4Ha aerlea B
5s series C

433 ,000
662 .000

-.1970

1970

4%s series D

Ask

57 94
58 %

Sale
Sale

68

Sale

5694

Sale

53 94

53 94
58 94
53

Ask

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

March 31.
Bid.

Ask

10 ,000 Sioux City G & E 6s A_„1947
6s series B
1949

Lowest.
Sale

Lowest

Highest.

tale

Sale Prices

Prices

Sale

5794
49 %

Sale
Sale

57

Mar. 16

49% Mar. 30

Mar.

56

Mar. 16

52

Mar.

3

64

Mar.

6594 Mar. 16

57

Mar.

2

7194 Jan.

12

65

Jan.

12

7094 Jan.

11

48% Mar. 30

56

Mar. 16

"¥,66o

86 ,000 Sou Carolina Power 5s..l957
2025
1,319 ,000 Southeast PAL 6s
697 ,000 Southern Calif Edison 5s 1951
General 5s
1939
281 ,000
Refunding mtge 5s
1952
356 ,000
Ref Mtge 5s

1954

4H«

525 ,000
6 .000

1

69

Mar.

1

68

26

Mar. 15

30

Mar. 20

23

Jan.
Feb.

85

Sale

Mar. 17

85

Mar. 17

85

Mar

90

19,000
3,000

24,000

Sale

106 H

Sale
Sale
Sale

64

Sale
Sale

52

a56

Mar.

9994 Sale
102 94 Sale
99 94 Sale
9894 Sale
86 94

47%
9794
10194
98%
96 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

80 94

Sale

101

Mar.

96

Mar.

96

Mar.

6894 Mar. 16
10094 Mar. 16
al0494Mar,17
100% Mar. 17
10094 Mar. 16

Mar.

100

4794 Mar.
9594 Mar.

Mar. 24

8694 Mar.

8094 Mar.

1

Jan.

12

30

Mar. 20
Mar. 17

27
7

Jan.
82 % Jan.
10594 Jan.

20

66

9594 Mar

31
11

101

Feb.

108

Jan.

12

96

Mar

10594 Jan.

11

96

Mar

10594 Jan.

10

99

Feb.

100

8094 Mar.
95
99

Feb.

Mar. 17

8594 Mar,

Sale

81 % Mar.

82

Mar. 28

8194 Mar.

Sale

99% Mar.
86% Mar.

95% Mar. 15
3 103% Mar. 21
Mar. 27
1 45

89

Feb.

Mar. 15

89

9194 Jan.
9994 Feb.
3694 Mar.

8794 Sale

Jan.|12

9594 Jan.
9594 Feb

47J4 Mar

Mar. 23 100

99

1952

65

85

Mar

85% Mar. 24

1957

1961

18

Feb.

52

Mar.

100

10194
104 94

Sale

1937

5H« Series B
1st A ref 4 Ha—

59 ,000
174 ,000

55

69 94
104

4

9294 Jan.

Sale

1955

72 ,000 Sou Calif Gas Corp 5s
56 ,000 Sou Calif Gas Co 5s

4894 Mar. 30

Mar.

14 ,000

5,000
229,000
197,000
118,000
92,000
163,000
5,000
22,000

Sale Prices.

57

49% Mar. 30

69

Sale

2994

9294

Highest.

Prices.

52

49%

1949

B

ser

March 1.
Bid.

69

1948
27 ,000 Sheffield Steel 5 ^s
35 ,000 Sheridan Wyo Coal 6s._.1947
Sierra & San Francisco—
Power 5s

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN MARCH.

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

March.

53

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

April, 1933.]

Mar. 24
Fen.
6

9994 Jan.

11
26

103

Jan.

95

Jan.

11

9294 Jan.

10

96

19

Southern Counties Gas
of California 4Ha

Southern

4,000
63,000
25,000
93,000
19,000

"¥,000
3,000
1,000
60,000

13,000
22,000
32,000
17,000
12,000
7,000
14,000
226,000
146,000
158,000
125,000
14,000
2,000
184,000

32,000
198,000
180,000

4,000

36,000
180,000
107.000

44,000
10,000

Co

6 Ha

400, 000
41, 000
1, 000
7, 000
9, 000
41, 000
297, 000
103, 000

Southern Nat Gas 6s

1944

Stamped

95

Sale

Sale
3694 Sale

100

38

42%

Sale

44

Sale

42

43%

Sale

10494

Sale

100 94

40% Mar.
Sale

Southwestern G A E 5s..1957
5s series B

Sale

69,000 Southwest Pub Serv 6s A. 1945
31,000 Springfield G A E 5s A... 1957
1942
115,000 Staley (A E) Mfg 6s
675,000 Standard Gas A Elec 6s..1935

Sale

68

Sale

63

Sale

Sale

53

Sale

warr.

7s 1946 without warrants

29%

Sale

Sale

3194

Sale

Stutz Motor Car 7Ha

1939

5Ha

note8—...........1934
1940
58,000 Sun Pipe Line 5s
327,000 Super Power of 111 4Ha..l970
6s

81,000
255.000

59

Sale
Sale
Sale

"68"~ Sale'

102

Jan.
Jan.

24
26

106

Jan.

28

Mar. 31

35

Mar. 30

35

Mar.

56

Jan.

17

61

Mar. 21

70

Mar. 17

61

Mar.

Mar. 15

6894 Mar. 17

60

Mar.

8294 Jan.
Jan.
82

13
12

Jan.

12
11
13
10
13
27

52% Mar.

64

Mar. 17

3

70

26

Mar.

34

Mar. 27

26

Mar. 15

38

Jan.

Mar.

39

Mar. 25

61

Jan.

62

Mar. 31

69

Jan.

75

Mar. 29

62

Mar.

48% Mar. 17
67% Mar. 23

Mar.

78

Mar. 21

81

43

Sale

3594

Sale

35

Mar.

Mar. 30

44

Sale

36

Sale

36

Mar.

52

Mar. 16

36

Mar. 30

66

37 94
37 94

32

Sale

32

Mar.

44

Mar. 16

32

Mar. 31

34 94

Sale

34% Mar.

45

Mar. 16

3494 Mar. 31

53 94 Jan.
53 94 Jan.

12

6894

Sale
Sale
Sale

65

Mar.

Feb.

23

65

Mar.

68 % Mar.
Mar.
68

33

Mar.

42

14% Mar.

r20

Mar. 28

1494 Mar. 21

Sale
Sale

68

Sale

35 94

Sale

Sale

18

Sale

56 H
53 94

Sale
Sale

42

Sale

37

Sale

37

40%

Sale

80%

Sale

30% Mar. 31
55% Mar. 17

33 %

Sale

129 000

Mar. 31

65

Mar. 24

1

65

Mar.

Mar. 17

33

Mar. 20

1

48% Mar. 21
47

Mar. 21

55% Mar. 17

Sale

99 %

Sale

Sale

101

"96"

Sale

8894
78

Sale

69 94

94 94

Sale
Sale

95 54

1944

10294

102

Sale

98

.

Sale

1957

106

1954

Sale

104

Sale

Feb.

23

10294 Jan.
10194 Jan.

4

100

96

66

Mar.

70

Mar. 22

66

Mar.

Mar.

81% Mar. 23

80

75

Mar. 17

96% Mar. 16
10294 Mar,
102% Mar. 29

Mar.
Mar.

97% Mar.
103% Mar.

106

Mar.

107,000
17,000

502 000

153.000

109,000
141,000

271 000

Texas Gas Utilities 6s

4, 000
56,000
6,000
22,000

79

587", 000

107,000

46

Sale

70

Sale

70

13

Sale

87 94

Sale

81H Sale

15%
72%

Sale
Sale

72

.

99 94
30

.1937
6s with warr!934

73

Sale

Sale

96

Sale

28,000

1,103,000

32,000

164.000

4Hs

97

Sale

24

46

81

Mar

17

70

Mar.

17% Mar

28

Mar

16

12% Mar.

2

Mar. 31

85

95% Mar. 31
Mar.

Mar. 30

1

99 94 Mar.
30
Mar.
59

1194 Feb.
Mar.

72

8294 Jan.
9594 Mar.

9194

Sa}e

86%

Sale

86% Mar. 31

94% Mar. 16

Sale

15

Sale

Sale

95

101H

3

7294 Mar. 16
9794 Mar. 29

9
16

30% Mar. 16

Sale

17% Mar. 30

Sale

100

257,000 United

Jan.

Mar. 21

Sale

95

Sale

98

Mar. 17 10094 Mar. 31

Sale

8894 Mar.

3

94

100 %
91

Mar.

Mar.

3

97

Mar. 31 10194 Mar. 25

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

15

72 94 Mar.
95
Mar.

24

72% Mar. 16
95

10194

25% Mar. 18

Sale

77" Sale

1,000
6H% A with warrants. 1937
809,000 Union Gulf Corp 5s
1950
1942
22.000 Union Terminal Co 5s

Feb.

24%

17%

2594 Sale

1

9614 Mar. 16
9894 Mar. 20

20

9

*n6/s

23

2394 Feb.

'3194

12

Jan.
Jan.

69

Mar.
Jan.

102

10

Jan.

10594 Jan.
9994 Jan.
104 94 Jan.

Jan.

8694

2

43

Mar.

50

13

104

Feb.

27

Mar. 16

8294 Jan.

94 Jan.

103

1967

.....

Jan.

Jan.

28

Mar. 31

105

1957

58 series B

IV*
92

11
13

Mar. 15

8194 Feb.

Feb.

50

Union Electric Lt A Pow (Mo)
5s series A
1954
.47.000

121,000

13

Jan.

30

30

Sale

11
11

73% Mar
49% Mar

69% Mar. 17

1947

16,000

"5",000

Jan.

Mar.

77

1944
556,000 Ulen A Co Sa
6s ctfs of dep
1944
89,000
9,000 Union Amer Invest 5s A.1948
103,000 Union Atlantic 4Ha—...1937

44,000

57
90

80

Sale
Sale

Twin City Rap Tr 5 Ha A. 1952

Jan.

Mar. 30

87

1st mtge gold 5s
1962
Trl-State Tel A Tel 5 Ha A '42
Trl Utilities Deb 5s......1979

69

79

31

Mar.

90

Sale

3
10394 Feb.
10694 Jan. 31
Feb.
6
10894

Jan.

76

72

12

31
1
Jan.
3
9594 Jan.
Mar. 3 r9694 Jan.
Mar. 30
94
Jan.

1

Sale

97

9794 Mar,
103 94 Mar,

3

70 94
47

1945

Toledo Edison Co 5s

Mar,

Mar.

Sale

111, 000 Tide Water Power 5s A...1979

13, 000
3,663, 000
7, 000
91, 000
377, 000

13

98

90

2022

5s....
198, 000
23, 000 Thermoid Co

13

Jan.

79% Mar.

80

1956

6s

8294 Jan.

Mar.

3

1960

1,173 000 Texas Power A Lt 5s

Mar.

6594 Mar,
87

3

194H

100 000 Texas Cities Gas 5s
841 000 Texas Elec Service 5s

12

Mar.

Sale

6 H8 without warrants. 1953

7

83 94 Jan.
9394 Jan.

Mar.

89

9

Feb.

76

Sale

36

Jan.

1

7994

..1962

3

12
6

Jan.

Feb.

90

fenn Elec Power 5s......1956

...1970
129 000 Tenn Pub Serv 5s
Ternl Hydro-Electric Co—

Feb.

Mar. 20

98

Feb.

Jan.

90

99

87

12

Jan. 12
4
5994 Jan.
5594 Mar. 17

9994 Feb.

Mar.

6594 Mar.

Sale
Sale

11
12

99% Mar. 23

102 % Mar. 29

99% Mar.
99% Mar.

80

66" Sale

6894
68 94
50 94
32%

Jan.

65

3094 Mar.
5594 'Mar.

96

Sale

2

Mar.

37

35

102

1968

7 000 Tenn Power Co 5s

Mar. 24

52% Mar. 16

1 000 Temple Anthr Coal 6H8.1944

7,000
1,000
2,000

Mar.

Mar. 20

31H

68
a45

....1940

1st A ref 5 Ha

55,000

108

Feb.
Mar.

8794 jan.
8194 Jan.
6494 Jan.

1961

4Hs..._
565,000 Swift A Co 5s
5s
358,000
100,000 Syracuse Ltg 5s B

Jan.

95

Sale

6%

/

Jan.

100

1937

Sun Oil

49

Mar. 31

Mar. 21 102

69% Mar.

Sale

62

Sale

1,000 Strawbridge A Clothier 5s '48

66.000

4294 Mar.

26
26

80

49

Stlnnes (Hugo) Corp
7s Oct 1 '36 without

Jan.

97% Mar. 17

100

75

67 94

59

1943

49

39

65
33 94

...1935

1957

9

Mar.

42

47
44

60

6s...............______1951
578,000
i 68
1966
326,000
1939
60.000 Standard Invest 5Hs
5s without warrants
1937
14,000

664,000 Stand Power A Lt 6s
86,000 Standard Telep 5 Ha A

5

Feb.

35

77

1957

__

6,000
191,000

Mar. 17
Mar. 22

43

108
102

155,000 Southwestern PAL 6s..2022

72/,000

Mar. 31

Jan.

10594 Jan.

42% Mar. 29

1943

1957
136,000 Southwestern LAP 5s
197,000 Southwest Nat Gas 6s...1945

681,000

42

Mar. 15

1970

So Jersey G A E Trac 5s..1953
So'west Assoc Tel 5s A...1961

Cony 6s

2

95% Mar. 21

1944

Sou New Eng Tel 5s
Southern Pub Utll 5s

323,000

2

1935

Without warr
34 000
347 000 Southern Ind G & E5Ha_1957
86. 000 Southern Indiana Ry 4a. 1951

1,000

29,000
10,000
7,000
19,000

Gas

8194

1968

32

Jan.
Jan.

12
5

5
5
5

17

17

77

Jan.

1 100

Jan.

3
16

Mar. 17 106

98

Feb.

3194 Feb.

Feb.

4

9994 Jan.
3 104
Jan.

26

8894 Mar.
94
Mar.

32

3

11

Union Gas Utilities—

248,000
4,000
82,000

Elec of N J 4s

1949

91 %

99%

Sale

97

Sale

8694 Mar. 21
98

Sale

Sale

2

8694 Mar. 21
9994 Mar. 25

95

Mar.

74

985-1}

Mar. 25

78
56 94

94 Jan.
5
94
97
Mar. 31 103
92
8694 Feb. 28
95
Mar. 2 103

Jan

5

Feb.

4

Feb.

15

Jan.

23

83 94 Feb.
Jan.
66
Jan.
68

12
13

United El Serv (Unes) 7o_1956

24,000
92,000
95,000
26,000
90,000
40,000
203,000
57,000
5,000

"¥,660

warrants
111,000
400,000 United Indus 6 Ha
1st 6s
226,000

Without

153,000 United

Deb 6s._._

103,000

99",000
5,000
32,000

...1975
1959

74 H
58

Sale
Sale

59 94
51

Sale
Sale

93,000

Rubber

6H% notes.,1933

51

Sale

Sale

88%
88%

Sale

45

Sale

42

Mar. 31
Mar. 31

36

Mar. 29

80%
54%
3294

Sale

Sale
Sale

41"" "Sale
65%

45
44

Sale

47 94
69 94

510,000 United Lt A Rys 5Hs
1952
6s series A
182,000
.....1952
Deb 6s series A........1973
38,000
1942
19,000 United Pub Serv 6s
1938
7,000 U S Radiator 5s ser A
7,000 United Rys of Havana 7H> '36

Sale
Sale

"28% "Sale

32
28

Mar.

32

70

Mar.
Mar.

100

notes.

1936

notes

1937

26,000
67,000
51,000

Serial 6H%
Serial 6H%

notes

1938
1939

2

Jan.

11

Jan.

48% Jan.

9
13

Jan.

30

Mar. 17

Jan.

Jan.

6

Feb.

24

Jan.

12

100

J an.

1^3

60

Jan.

44

Jan.

10
5

42

Jan.

11

3894 Jan.

53
Jan.,
29 94 Jan.
Feb.
27
Feb.
27

5594 Mar.

Jan.

17
11

Jan.

11

Jan.

5

55
30
30

33

Mar.

Mar.

30

Mar.

30

Sale

Mar. 29

30

Sale

Mar.

33

Mar.

1

30

Mar.

30

Sale

2

25

3
35

Mar. 21

30

Mar.

27

Feb.

36

Mar.

27

Feb.

I Sg

1

27%
Sale

Sale

1

2794 Mar.

25

Feb.

40

71

Sale

70

Mar.

2

81

Mar.

70

Mar.

9194 Jan.

59

91

27 % Mar.
27% Mar.

Mar. 17

59

Mar.

58

Feb.

69

Feb.

5
1

49

Mar. 31

54

Mar.

49

Mar.

6294 Jan.

16

70%
49

Sale
Sale

9894 Feb.
10394 Feb.

103

Sale

Feb. 25
Jan.
5

68

11

Jan.

30

103 % Jan.

Feb.

Feb.

105

99

53

100 94

12

55

Jan.

10

15
10

1094 Feb.

6894 Sale

68

20

97 94

Sale

95

73

Sale
Sale

67" Sale'

Mar.

3

7194 Mar. 28

Sale

15

7494 Feb.
2394 Jan.

Jan.

11

794 Feb.

15

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

31

6294 Jan.
7194 Jan.

17
23

Sweringen Corp—

6s with warrants
1935
19,000
176,000 Virginia Elec Power 5s—.1955
18,000 Virginia Power Co 5s....1942
315,000 Virginia Pub Ser 5H« A..1946
6s
1946
88,000
5s series B
1950
146,000




57
80

Mar.

99% Jan.

Sale

27

Sale

38
35

Mar. 17

Serial 6H%
Serial 6H%

ee page

12

26

20

27

47,000
20,000

For footnotes

53 >4 Jan.
Jan.

Mar.
'

12

53

194 Feb.

1935

1937
15,000 Valvolln* Oil 7s
101,000 Vamma Water Power 5%s *57
37,000 Van Camp Packing 6s
1948

28

2

72% Jan.

64% Feb.

36

193-*

1956

Mar.

2

notes

5s series D

36

Mar. 31

Mar. 30

notes

noteo

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

Serial 6H%
Serial 6H%

Serial 6H% notes
1940
Serial 6s
1933
591,000
16,000 Utah Power A Light 5s__1944
6s series A
2022
41,000
1952
59,000 Utlca Gas A El 5s E
10,000
5H8 8erles C
1949

45
42

Mar.
5694 Mar.
4694 Mar.
4194 Mar.
65
44

6594 Mar.

Sale

Mar.

74

Mar.

3094 Mar.
5494 Mar.

3094 Mar. 31
5494 Mar. 31

52,000

Van

6,000
23,000

1945

5Hs

44,000

52,000

1941

Lt A Pow 6 Hs....1974

277.000

62,000 U S

37,000
2,000
1,000
1,000
5,000
34,000
1,000
140,000
1,000
7,000

...

54.

4

4

57
67 H

Sale

Sale

Sale

Mar. 31

6

Mar. 20

94

Sale

9394 Mar.

1

97

Mar. 15

66

Sale

60

Mar.

3

6894 Mar. 28

60

52

Mar. 22

53

Mar. 23

52

59

Mar. 31

62

Mar.

59

59"

Sale"

4

2

9394 Mar.
1 101
9994 Feb. 24 103
Feb.
3
Mar. 22
Mar. 31

77

11
30

NEW

54

NEW YORK
In

Since

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

Jan. 3

Jan. 1.

1933.

~5~6~,666
98",000
1,000
20,000

Astoria

warr

19,000
4,000
4,000

Highest

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Price*

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

~~4~

49
Ward Baking Co 6a
1937
Wash Gas Light Co 5s_..1960

Sale

""2% Sale"

2% Mar.

Mar.

al

Mar. 31

5

Sale

5

1954

C O D—.1954

93

91

Sale

Mar. 22

2% Feb.

93% Mar.

78

Mar. 31

89

91

1

Jan.
Mar.

~2",600

27
53

Sale
Sale

99%

Sale

Mar.

105% Feb. 27
1
94% Feb.
Jan. 11
91

Mar. 28

85

Mar. 28

Mar. 30

95% Mar. 17

92

Mar.

102% Jan.

23
45

95

Sale

48%
83%

Sale
Sale

43

Sale

76

Sale

"50"" Sale" "45"" "Sale"

Mar. 20
Mar. 3

24% Mar. 22

22

Feb.

Mar. 17

45

Mar.

1

96% Mar. 16
65
Mar. 27
48% Mar. 17

30
63
101

94% Mar.

Mar. 27
Mar. 3

65

40% Sale
75% Sale

38

52

Mar. 20

Feb.

70

Mar. 21

83
74% Mar. 3
101
Mar. 21 101

101

Sale

Mar.

99% Sale

80

Sale

84

.

99% Sale

81% Mar. 28

Sale

Mar. 16

97

Mar.

85% Mar. 20

80

Jan.

Mar. 22

78

Mar.

Mar. 15 100

97

Mar. 22

78

79% Mar. 16

78

79% Mar.

79% Mar. 16

6s Series A

139,000
50,000 York RyaCo 5s...

Jan.
Feb.

17
18

Mar. 31

89

86

Mar. 20

95% Jan. 18
84% Mar. 3

82% Mar. 16
85
Mar. 16

80% Mar. 24
83% Mar. 30

89
92

Mar. 17
Mar. 17
42% Mar. 23
32% Mar.
1
24
Mar. 27

Mar. 30
Mar. 31
Mar. 28

35

Mar. 17

35

Mar. 17

38

24% Jan. 31
19
Mar. 15

35
30

80% Mar. 24
83% Mar. 30

1937

Jan.

89

84% Mar.
85% Sale

Jan.

3

1942

1958

Mar. 31

Feb.

Mar. 31

89

Sale

89

1952

5s

16

6
25
9
74% Feb. 15
Jan. 30
54%
1
89% Feb.
4
103% Jan.
Jan.
6
104
Jan. 21
103
Feb. 10
91
Jan. 27
89
89% Jan. 27

94 % Mar.
Mar.
65
Mar.
38

103% Jan.
101

4

Mar.

Jan.

92

Yadkin River Power 5s.. 1941

20,000
5,000

25

78

Newspaper Union—

5%s Series B

Jan.

85

"88"" Sale"

Wash Ry & Elec 4a
1951
Wash Water Power 5a...1960

71,000
14,000
8,000

17

85

Wisconsin Pub Serv

1,000

2

Jan.

89
97

Mar. 16

102

Sale

78

8% Feb.
5% Jan.

Mar.

5

9

3% Mar. 23

1

89

Sale

86

Sale

93

1958

5a

Conv deb 6s
.1944
97,000
....2030
211,000 West Penn Elec 5s
1961
253,000 West Penn Pow 4a H
28,000 West Penn Traction 5a..l960
1957
667,000 West Texas Util 5s A
266,000 WeatUnttedG&ESKs A 55
31,000 Westvaco Chlorine 5 Ha.. 1937
1941
28,000 Wheeling Elec Co 5a
1954
84,000 Wis Elec Pow 5s A
113,000 Wis Minn Lt & Pow 5s—.1944
1956
128,000 Wisconsin P & L 5a E
5a series F
1958
140,000

10,606

Ask.

Bid.

Ask

Wanamaker (J) Phlla 5%s

Western

7,000
52,000
38,000
4,000
211,000
57,000
2,000

Lowest
Salt Pruts.

March 31.

March 1.
Bid.

Corp—

1st 7s with warrants

7a with

Ask

Bid.

BONDS (Concluded)—
Waldorf

46,000
53,000
1,000
188,000
4,000
515,000
50,000
173,000

30,000
6,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

AGGREGATE SALES.

March.

EXCHANGE

CURB

YOKK

97
97

91% Feb.

7

Jan.
Jan.

10
11

FOREIGN GO /ERNMENT
AND MUNICIPAL

15,000
26,000
24,000
63,000
73,000

Agrlcul Mtge Bk Rep of Col—
20-year 7s
Jan 15 1946
58,000
20-year 7s
.Jan 15 1947
53,000
1951
109,000 Baden (Germany) 7a
388,000 Buenoa Aires (Prov) 7HI.1947
7s
1952
268,000

27,000

Cauca Valley (Dept of) Rep of
Colombia extl » f 7s,
1948

99,000

27%
27%

Mar. 30
Mar. 31
Mar. 28

22

Sale
Sale

~16"" Sale"

16

38

2

32%

Sale

26% Mar.

20

Sale

19

Mar. 15

7

35
35

Mar. 31

Sale

7

8% Sale

8% Mar.

1

22
16

57% Jan.

14
14

11% Jan.

Mar. 31

7

12

Jan.
Jan.

12

Jan.

12

Cent Bk of German State A

196,000
65,000
18,000
8,000

Prov Banks 6s
1951
612,000
6s
1952
258,000
65,000 Danish Cons Munlc 5%a_1955
5a
1953
58,000

28,000
293,000
315,000
158,000

external a f 6 Ha
274,000
1957
1,372,000 German Cons Munlc 7s..1947
6s
194?
1,680,000

55%
44%

Sale
Sale

75

58

Sale
Sale

50% Mar. 31
32% Mar. 31

50% Sale
32% Sale

Sale

61

Mar. 16

50% Mar. 31
32% Mar. 31
58
Mar. 3
57
Jan. 17

66

55% Jan.

12

75

Jan.

65

Jan.

3
26

39% Mar. 17
35% Mar. 31
30% Mar. 31
54
Jan.
3
30
Mar. 31

54

Jan.

27

62% Jan.
61% Jan.

13
12

Mar. 31
Feb. 23
Feb.
6

73

44

Mar. 16

65

Sale

58

Mar.

3

65

Mar. 21

59

Sale

57

Mar.

3

59% Mar. 31

41

Sale

Sale

31
31
31

51

Sale

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

43% Mar.

Sale

36

39%
35%
30%
58%

17

35%
58%

39

61

Mar. 21

30

Sale

30

Mar. 31

40

Mar. 17

59

Sale

59

Mar. 31

68

Mar. 15
Mar. 30

59
4

Danzig P Ac Wat'way Bd

58,000

253,000

38,000
1,000
5,000
6,000
30,000

Hanover

211,000

Sale
Sale

54

Sale

1949

(Prov) 6%s

Sale

55%
54%

19.1

737,000 Hanover (City) Ger 7s

41

47% Sale

"45% Sale"
45%

Sale

"38% Sale"

3

Mar. 15

50% Mar. 15

61

Mar. 21

54% Jan.

12

Feb.
6% Jan.

9
10

Jan.

12

6% Jan.
4
Mar. 31

12% Jan.

12

Jan.

12

Mar. 23

Jan.

Indus Mtge Bk of Finland

14,000
13,000

1st mtge coll s f 7a

Lima (City), Peru,

..1944

69%

Sale

66%

Sale

4
8

1958

12

1951

4% Mar. 24

Mar.

8

1

Mar.

4

1

10

Sale
Sale

Mar. 31

12% Mar. 18

10

17

10

Sale

19

Sale

4

Mar. 24

8

Sale

Mar. 30

4

6)4*-.1958
.1958

6%s ctfs of dep
58,000 Maranhao (State) 7a
80,000 Medellin (Colombia) 7s

Mar. 23

19%
27%
27%
10%

Mar.
2
Mar. 20
Mar. 18
Mar.
1

17

5

15

Mendoza (Prov) Argentina

7%«
.1951
90,000
1947
78,000 Mtge Bk of Bogota 7s
7s issue of 1927 (A&O) .1947
60,000
1931
126,000 Mtge Bank of Chile 6a.
26,000 Mtge Bank of Denmark 5sl972
1,000 Newfoundland (Govt) 5s 1952

23,000
19,000
22,000
22,000

.

.

18

Sale

27%

Sale

28

Sale

20

11%

Sale

10%, Sale

7

97,000 Parana (Stateof), Braz7s_ 58
1959
185,000 Rio de Janeiro 6%a
..1919
182,000 Russian Govt 6Hi
6 Ha certificates
1919
1,433,000
SHs
1921
327,000
5Ha certificates
1921
537,000

25,000
31,000
65,000
330,000
103,000

182,000

21% Mar. 30
9%

Sale

3%
3%
2%

6%
9%
2%
2%
2%
2%

Sale
Sale
Sale

3

Sale

2

Mar.

1

9% Mar.

2

20

Sale

Sale

5%
8%
2%
1%
2

7

Mar. 24
Mar. 3
Mar. 31
Mar. 24
Mar. 24

2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar. 24

Mar.

1

9% Mar. 20
4% Mar.
1

Jan.

66

Jan.

12

55

Jan.

4
10

30

Jan.

31

Feb

Mar. 24
Jan.
4

4

Jan.

4

Jan.

Mar.

1

4% Mar.
4
Mar.

1
1

2

Mar. 16

98

4

13

14
31
7
6

18% Feb. 24
Mar.
1
9% Mar. 2
60% Feb.
1
55
Jan.
4
5
Jan.
4
7
Jan.
4
2% Mar. 31
1% Mar. 24

20

2

Feb.
Jan.

4

Jan.

4% Jan.

13
10
10
10
10

Saar Basin Con Counties

24,000
18,000

15,000

Mar. 28 100

98

7s
1935
59,000
36,000 Saarbruecken (City) 7a-.1935

27,000
Republic extl 7s
....1945
...1949
60,000 Santiago (Chile) 7s
1961
48,000 Santiago (City of) 7s

103% Mar. 16 103% Mar. 16

103% Sale

Mar

.

103% Jan.

28 101% Feb. 25
6 103% Jan. 12

Santa Fe (City) Argentina

1,000
*

No

par

value.

»

Sold under the rule.

a

'Under the rule" sales affecting the range were
made

as

follows in

Deferred delivery sale*.
Van

Sweringen Corp. 6s

r

Sold for cash,

w.w.

1935,

x

Feb.

Feb.

14.

* at 70 Feb.

Tennessee

Public

Service

6s

A

1945,

$1,000

14

Public

Service

95% Jan. 13.




5s

1970,

$1,000

at

Central

„

Electric

5%s

w.w.

1954, $2,000

at 29 March 25.
Creole Petroleum Corp., 500 at 3 Feb. 6.
Illinois Power 5s 1933, $13,000 at 100% Jan. 9.

19% Feb.
9
6% Feb.
9
6% Jan. 1$

Electric

Feb.

5s

series

O

1951,

$7,000

a

1.

200 at 8% Feb. 2.
Niagara Hudson Power, class B option warrants,
100 at 1% March 21.
Peoples Light & Power 5s 1979, $1,000 at 1%
International Petroleum,

Jan. 5.
Prudential Investors, $6 pref.,
Reliance

Management

5s

100 at 61 Feb. 15.
1954, $2,000 at

w.w.

55 March 27.

Republic Gas 6s ctfs, 1915, $3,000 at 14% Jan. 18
Standard Gas & Electric conv. 6s 1935, $1,000
at

35% March 30.
Syracuse Lighting
5%s
Feb.

9.
States

Indiana

80

Chicago District Electric 5%s 1935, $7,000 at "Deferred delivery'
sales affecting the range
were made as follows in 1933:
95% Feb. 2.
Federal Sugar Refining 6s 1933, $2,000 at 4 Jan. 5. American Laundry Machinery, com., 94 at 10
March 16.
General Vending 6s 1937, $1,000 at 4% Jan. 20.
Hygrade Food Products, new com., 52 at 3% American Manufacturing, pref., 30 at 43 % Feb. 7.
Arkansas Natural Gas, com., class A, 400 at %
March 15.
March 15
llinois Central RR 4%s 1934, $1,000 at 48 Feb. 9.
Narragansett Electric 5s series B 1957, $1,000 Associated Gas & Electric 5%s 1938, reg., $5,000
at 23% Jan. 24.
I* at 104 Jan. 17.
N. Y. & Westchester Ltg. 5s 1954, $5,000 at Associated G & E. 5s 1968, reg., $1,000 at 13
March 29.
^ 106% March 27.
Salmon River Power 5s 1957,
$1,000 at 109% Associated Telephone $1.50 pref., 100 at 19%
SouthAvestern

23

4% Jan.

Ex-dividend.

,000 at 9

16.

.

Mar. 24

4

5% Mar. 17
4% Mar. 23

4% Mar. 23

March

1933;

Mar. 24

4

Sale

5

Jan.

15

4%

Tide

Feb.

1954,

$1,000 at

109%

1.

Water

Power

5s

A

1979,

$3,000 at 60%

14.

Western

NeAVspaper Union 6s 1944, $1,000 at 21

March 16.

_

RANGE OF PRICES ON SECURITIES MARKET ON THE NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.
Shares.

Jan. 1 to March 31

1932.

350,408
1,303,514

499,276
1,291,221

1932.

1933.

Bond Sales.

1933.

March

March
Jan. 1 to March 31

$5,000
5,000

$30,000

NOTE.—Owing to the banking holidays or moratoria, the New York Produce Exchange was closed
beginning with Saturday, March 4, and was not reopened until the morning of Wednesday, March 15.

AQQREQATE SALES.

NEW

YORK PRODUCE

PRICES

EXCHANGE
In

March.

BONDS

Jan. 1.

Bid.

S

%

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN MARCH.

Price

Jan. 3
1933.

Since

14,000 International Match 5a..1941
Certificates of deposit. 1941
10,000
Certificates of deposit. 1947
5,000
1,000 Tri-Contin'l new 5% convl953

March 1.

Ask

Bid.

954
12*4
1354
15
13*4- 15

9*4

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Sale Price a

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Ask.

11X Feb. 24
14*4 Feb. 16
13*4 Jan. 12

10*4

84

Feb.

13 X Feb.
Jan.

16

15
27 t84

1

Jan.
Feb.

t

2

1

r

STOCKS

Shares.

Shares.
300

6,500

"1,566
2,000
1,800
18,000

Par.

300 ABC Trust Shares Series D
SI
106,500 Admiralty Alaska Gold
5
3,000 Andes Petroleum...
10 Anheuser Busch Inc cap....*
100 Assoc Dye & Print ▼ t c
*
1,000 Bagamac Rouyn Mines Ltd.
2,700 Bagdad Copper
.........I
5,600 Bancamerlca-Blalr cap..... 1
47,500 Barry Hollinger Mines Ltd..l
1,000 B-G Sandwich Shops lnc—*
200 Bird Aircraft Corp
200 Bon Ami Co class B

200

IX Mar. 20
7c

Sale

3c

10c

.10 Sale

.05 Sale
.03
.16
.03
.05
110
120
140
160

150

X

6A

X

.....

3c"
15c

1X

!16

20c

1

IX
.10

Sale

X

2*4

500 Chemical Research

__.._*

100 Corp Tr Shares Series AA____
Davison Chemical
*

100

mm

mm

mm

IK*

15c

IX
20c

12c
Sale
1.60
1.70

31", 500

1.40

1.50

1.45

.05

.20

05

I'M
SalG
.20

.80

.87

1.00

1.00

31,600
38,900
700
100

2.25

.50

mm

mm

mm

1.30

IX

2X

2,000 Fremont Gold Mines Inc
1
137,400 Fuel Oil Motors Corp......10

1.10

1.10

Sale

12c

1.15
Sale

.20

Sale

152,900 General Electronics
1,700 Golden Cycle Corp cap.
6,200 Grenada Gold M Ltd cap

1.00

1

10
I

-

mm

mm

mm

67,800
5,800
mm

mm

mm mm

mm

mm

mm

100 Interboro R T ctf dep
78,200 Internat'I Rustless Iron

36,300 Kildun Mining Corp

mm

3,500 Lebei

3,500

Oro Mines Ltd

100 Lesslngs, Inc

m.

mm

mm

«

—

I

1

cap

mm

mm

mm'm.

1

140 Macfadden Publica's $6 pf_.*

mm

mm

m.

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

m

mm

1
400 Retail Stores Corp capital..5

mm

—

mm mm mm

300
mm

mm

.mm

mm

655

mm

mm

400 Sylvestre Utilities'A
100
B
Tom Reed Gold Mining

400 Treadwell Yukon Ltd

6,000

300 Utah Metal & Tunnel
800 Van Sweringen Corp

mm

300
mm

m, m.

mm

mm

mm

mm

—

m.

7,000
*

4

9X

45,600
65,200
3,100
8,600
1,050
20,900

Mar. 28

16c

Mar. 28

.09 Mar. 30

3

.12 Mar. 17

3

Mar.

58c

X
1.50
2

,

2.00

10

2*4

1.50 Mar. 21

X Mar. 28

18c

Sale
2*4

Mar. 23

2X Mar. 17

Mar.

.90

.99
.18 Sale

3X Sale
8X Sale

1.00 Mar.

.14 Mar. 23
3

Mar.

.40

Sale

1.65

1.50
1 X
.25

Sale

1.00

X

Sale

Mar. 17

6

Mar. 15

Mar. 17

2X Mar. 30

3

.58 Mar.

.25 Mar

14

16

IX
X

Mar. 17

Sale

11X
x
X

.35 Mar. 16
1.45 Mar. 15

40c

.20

.15

.17

1.10

1.00

1.30

.69

.65

6c

Mar. 16

8c

Mar. 15

No par value,

a

1
5

.28

.28

.22 Mar.

3

12c

Mar. 31

.28 Mar. 24

X Mar. 29

24c

Mar. 31

IX Mar.

2




b Cash sale

IX Mar. 16

7X Mar. 30

1

.25 Mar. 17

2

1.20 Mar.

2

3

1.30 Mar.

3

.09

45c

.15

.25

.12

.12

.45
.25

1

.06 Mar.

Feb.

9

1

Mar.

2

6c

19c

X Jan.

5

Feb.

4

6

2X Mar. 30

3
35c

Jan.

24

8

Jan.
Jan.

11
3

354 Jan.

3

Feb.

3
6

3

Mar. 16

1.95 Jan.

8c

26
1
14
Mar. 15

5

Jan.

4

30c

Feb.

14

15*4 Feb.
2*4 Jan,

3
6

3
17

Jan.

14
„

Mar. 17

5X Feb.

30c

1454 Jan.
IX Feb. 23
Mar. 31
X Mar. 29
6
Feb. 15
1

2.10 Jan.

1
Feb. 14
Mar. 16
Jan.
4
Feb.

12c

62c

24c

Feo.

Feb.

Mar. 31

1*4 Feb.

17

Feb.

15

6

354 Jan.
7*4 Jan.

3
3

1

Jan.

1

Jan.

11
3

7*4 Mar. 30

3

42c

Feb.

14

16c

Mar. 24
1.01 Mar.
2

40c

Jan.

25

6
1.49 Feb.
Feb. 49
75c
1.30 Mar. 3

Feb.

1.30 Mar.

25

3

2

1

Jan.

20

Jan.

12
13

25c

Jan.

19

1.50 Jan.

13

Feb. 28
Feb.
9
Jan. 31

14c

.12 Mar. 28

12c

Mar. 30
5*4 Jan. 10
Feb.
9

20c
38c

1

4*4 Mar. 28

4X

Sale

3X Mar.

Sale

6c

20c

4

Mar. 31

,15 Mar. 24

13c

Mar. 31

X Mar.

2

12*4
,18 Sale

6c

Mar. 30

Sale

.15 Sale

.10 Mar. 23

Mar. 16

Sale

.20 Sale

IX Jan.

20

.43 Mar. 20

Mar. 30

.40

5x

3

.12 Mar. 28

Sale

x

4

Jan.

35c

20c

3

15c

10c

1.25 Jan.
Sale

7c

10c

15

74c.

.16 Mar. 24

1.01 Mar.

1.25

4X

Feb.

1.75 Feb.
6
4
Mar. 20

23c

1.52

10

3

30c

.42

I

Sale

6

3X Mar. 15
10

1

20c

10

Wisconsin Holding class A. 10

Seller,

Mar. 22

4
9

X Feb.

.06

2*4

6

Mar. 17

3

5

.70

X

Mar.
1
Jan.
5
Jan.
6
Mar. 17

1

42c

20c

2X
X
5X
IX

30c

1.30 Mar.

1

Mar. 27

18

1.20 Feb.
28c
Feb.

Feb.

1

7

1.24 Sale

*
*

1

Jan.

2X Mar. 17

Jan.

2

Sale

31c

75c

2h Jan.
4
8X Mar. 31

Jan.

14c

50c

13 X
h
Sale

30c

1

1.00 Feb. 23
10c
Jan. 25

3

10
14

74c

'X

cap.l

3

16

23

3

5

3X

26c
1.25

Jan.
Feb.

1

1

20c

2

2X Mar. 17

6

3X Jan.
1.50 Jan.

Mar. 21

Mar. 17

3

10
27

2.20 Feb.

14

6X Feb.

3*4 Sale

X4.

Feb.

Mar.

Sale
IX

S

Jan,

56c

.14 Mar.

Mar. 15

7X
X

*

10c
84c

20c

1.00 Mar.

~3~X Sale"

IX
2*4

10

27

62c

.26 Sale

X Mar. 29

Jan.
Feb.

3

.70

.26

13

12

15

X

3

Jan.

4X Jan.

X Mar. 28

2.10 Jan.

3

3

.55

16c
1

9

2.00

6c

.24

20c
Jan.
5
1.50 Mar. 21

10
1.50 Mar. 21

5X Feb.

1

6

15
2*4

3X Mar. 15
1.00 Mar. 27

6X

.14

2

.27 Mar. 29

Mar. 20

1

2.25

.25

Sale

1.10 Mar.

4

2X Mar.

1.75

1.40

13*4

1

8*4 Mar. 31
1.00 Mar. 27

.20 Mar. 21

50c

19c

3

.56 Mar.

Sale

Feb.

7c

3

2X Mar. 17

2

.60

1.25 Sale
30c

19c

3X Jan.
1.30 Feb.

.28

3

X Feb. 27

Mar. 30
Mar.

10c

.20

2

9c

84c

Mar. 27

X

Feb.

Mar.

X Mar. 29

.13

IX

Sale
X

3

50c

Participating A
Willys-Overland

Zends Gold Mining

Feo.

Mar.

16c

10c

1.50 Mar. 21

.55

63c

Sale

3

*

cap

25c

3

Mar.

.20 Mar.

.20 Mar.

m

.—*

Western Television

Wing Aeronautical

Jan.

IX Mar.
9c

2.20 Feb.

1.25

X
5*4

300 Warner Aircraft
100 Western Pub Service cap....*

mm

4,700
30,700
3,100
5,900

Sale

3
1.10
2X

1.15

25,800 United Cigar Stores of Am__l

400

mm mm

.15
3

4,500 Super Corp of America AA

mm

4,500

mm mm m mm mm

25

200 Standard Utilities Inc

—

mm m.

7% cumul preferred

2,000 Sherritt-Gordon Mines Ltd.l
10,300 Shortwave Ac Television.... 1
12,250 Siscoe Gold Mines Ltd cap..l

4,500
mm

new com

600 Rhodesian Selec Tr Ltd..5 sh
50 Rossville Alcohol & Chem.

525

"2",700

16c

100 Petroleum Derivatives of Me*

23,900 Railways Corp

rn-

mm

1

1,700 Paramount Publix Corp
10
10,500 Petroleum Conversion cap..5

—

1,300

"

capital_.

300 N Y Title & Mtgecap

mm

2*4 Sale
9h

8h

..........5

259,500 Macassa Mines Ltd

—

1,700
5,100

15c

100

100 Kinner Airplane & Motor.
*
500 Kirkland Hud Bay G Mlnes.l

mm

39,500

13c

650 Helena Rubenstein 13 pref
*
100 Hendrick Ranch Royalties..*

"""166
mm

.07

.10

IX

300 Idaho Maryland Cons Mlnes.l
100 Indep Brewing of Pittsb
50

mm

Sale

.03

IX

*

common—

1,900 Henion & Hubbcll common.*
2,100 Hooven Automatic Typewr.l
23,500 Howey Gold Mines Ltd
1
2,700 Huron Holding C-D
...—I

mm

2X

1

Flak Rubber

2,100
5,000
1,200

800

Mar. 18

2.25

1.15

100 Fort Pitt Brewing..

100

25c

1.35

1.00

1.35
1.10
2
Sale

2,700
500

Mar. 18

1.10

1.00

10c
1.15

101,500 Fada Radio & Electric—...1

""'166

Jan.
Mar.

X Feb. 27

310

5c

100 Eagle Bird Mines Inc cap...l
50 Edison Splitdorf Corp
._*
800 Eldorado Gold Mines Ltd—'

mm

16c

!l6
%

.10

4X Sale

600 Detroit & Canada Tunnel..*

mm

.11 Mar. 15

15c

IX Fen.

14c

700 Dividend Shares Inc cap__25c

—

3

25c

1,000

1,000

Mar.

8c

20

I
25,500 Como Mines
2,000 Conrad Razor Blade Inc cap 1
1,300 Continental Shares Inc

mm

2X Mar. 16

IX Mar.

Sale

Mar. 16
.20 Mar. 23

com...

"3", 500

mm

.15 Mar. 23

8c

6c
140

Jan.

25c
Mar. 16

A*
19c

Mar.

Jan.

140

8c

Mar. 20
Feb.
7
Jan.
5
Jan. 13
25c
Jan. 19
8c
Mar. 16
20c
Feb. 18
2X Jan. 12
17c
Feb.
2
7
IX Feb.
25c
Mar. 18
20
Feb. 28
16c
Mar. 28

IX Mar.
5c

.10 Mar.

1

500 Brett Trethewey Mines Ltd.l

100

2X

.10

IX

""500

100

.20

2

Sale

11c

2

9c

.15

.20

6c^

IX Mar. 20

5c

.05 Mar. 31

.18 Mar. 15

.23 Mar. 15

26
Mar. 31
Mar. 24
Feb. 14

9c

Jan.

2

6c
15c

Jan.

14

Feb.

9

35c

Feb.

12c

Jan.

9
31

20c

Mar. 30

5*4 Jan.
X Jan.

10
3
4*4 Mar. 28
13c
1

Mar. 31
Feb. 20

9*4 Jan.
23c

5

Mar. 15

Chicago Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.
Shares

Jan. 1 to Mar. 31___

March

2,295,000
5,401,000

476,000

1,279,000

Jan.to Mar. 31

NOTE.—Owing to the banking holidays or moratoria, the Chicago Stock
beginning with Saturday, March 4, and was not reopened until the morning of

PRICES

AGGREGATE SALES.

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

In

March.
S

~6~,6o6
15,000

"i"66o

2,000
50,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN MARCH.

Price

BONDS

Ask.

9,000 Chicago City Ry 5s
1927
Certificates of deposit. 1927
49,000
8,000 Chic City 8c Con Rys 5s..1927
15,000 Chicago Railways 5s
1927
1st mtge 5s ctf of dep..1927
44,000
5s series A
....1927
6,000
5s series B
1927
11,000
1937
2,000 Consol Elec & Gas 6s
1936
2,000 Holland Furnace 6s
146,000 Insult Utll lav 6s.."B".. 1940

Ask

Bid.

Bid

Ask.

9
55
Sale
11

52
8

3%

5

51

51

55

51H

52 M

49

Sale

45%
45%

30

46

49
Sale

9%

43

Mar.

42

3

45% Mar. 20
Mar. 18

52
52

Mar. 20

49

Mar.

53

Mar. 29

48

% Mar. 21

1,000

13,000 Metrop West Side El. 4s.1938

9,000
1,000

61,000

13

10

13%

4

Jan.
Jan.

13
23

57% Jan.
59% Jan.

18
13
13
26
11

54
15

14

4 % Mar. 27
Jan.
4

8

Jan.
Jan.

24

4% Mar. 27

47

43% Mar. 20
% Mar. 22

12%

17

3

Prices.

50% Feb.

10

26

Jan.

wo

43% Mar. 20
% Mar. 22
% Feb.
6

44

13% Mar. 22

13 % Mar. 22

14

Jan.

13

Mar. 27

18% Feb. 28
16% Mar. 3

24

Jan.

19

Feb.

13
16

21 % Jan.
9
10
Feb. 28
6
Mar. 21

27

Feb.

20

14

Mar. 17

Jan.

11

Sale

15

13% Mar. 22

20

22%
21

19

%

23

3

Mar.

4% Mar. 27

26

Sale

Jan.

48% Mar. 21

49

12

rf1—1* \o« 00\ S3 %%

to

1949

5s without warrant

Sale

45 % Mar. 20
Mar.
3
42
11

7

3

44

H 46

1

49
49

Highest.

Sate Prices.

Prices

9

6

L 28*

25

1

50
9

50

6%
51%

47

48

5

Sale

Sale

Prices

45% Mar. 20

44

"47""

Sale

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

March SI.

March 1.

1933.
Bid.

2,000

Exchange was closed
Wednesday, March 16.

Jan. 3

S

2,000
8,000

1932.
$2,222,000
6,013,000

1933.
$97,000
361,000

Bond Sales.

1932.

1933.

March

Mar. 20

17
% Feb. .*6

1% Jan.

208 So La Salle St Bldg—

Shares.
300

650
20

150
50

15

21

16%

21%

23

23%

25

10

13

10

24%
13%

5%

7

6
1

4%

1%
%
6%

*
25

120 Adams (J D) Mfg com
300 Adams Royalty Co com
300 Allied Motor Ind Inc com

*
*
*

200 Allied Products Corp cl A-.*
com
.3
190 American Pub Serv pref_-100
1

com

com

8,250 Asbestos Mfg Co

com

250 Associates Invest Co

5

1
*

com

%

%

%
IK
5% Sale
43

40

20 Assoc Tel 8c Tel Co Class A_*

2%

10

1,400

7% preferred

100

Assoc Tel Util Co com

•

$6 conv pref A

*

2,500 Bastian-Blesslng Co

*

com

300 Baxter Laundries Inc A

32,250 Bendix Aviation Corp

90

610 Binks Mfg Co cl A

30

130 Blums Inc

24,700

""""50
1,200
100

3,650

350

700

cv

com..

•
10

com

7% preferred

100

& Sons (E J) com
200 Brown Fence & Wire cl A

•
-_

Class B

200

860

*

250 Canal Const Co

conv pref
*
160 Cent Cold Storage Co com.20

2,230 Central
1,350
2,160

111 Pub Serv pref

Convertible

Y t

260

W Util

com new

Prior lien preferred

Preferred..

280 Chain Belt Co

...

com

»

•

300
400

600
10

Participation preferred... *

72,045 Chic Corp common..
Preferred
28,900

__1
•

760 Chicago Electric Mfg A
•
70 Chicago Flexible Shaft com.5
39,900 Chicago & N W Ry Com..100
230 Chic N S & Mllw pref
100
Prior lien

100

79,090 Cities Service Co com
3,430 Club Aluminum Uten Co

100 Continental Steel

35,400
1,000

132,100

350

1,140

250

com

Cord Corporation

2,000 Crane Co

100

•

•

*

26,350 Commonwealth Edison...100
300 Community Tel Co cum part *
850 Construe Mat'l Corp |3%pfd*
5
1,000 Consumers Co com.
10
6% prior preferred A...100

100

com

Sale

3

26

Mar. 17

10

14

Mar. 20

6

Mar. 21

Mar.
1
Mar. 21

6

3%

% Mar. 22
3% Mar. 16
% Mar.
1

%

2%

2% Mar.

Sale

3

Mar. 25

31

35

....

Preferred




x

Kx-dlv'dend

4

Sale

10

20
14%

9%
12
4% Sale

Mar. 21

% Mar.

1

3% Mar.

1
Mar. 21

37

1

3%
1% Sale
17

Sale

3%

3%

6

3% Sale
% Sale
%
%
55%
59%
2% Sale
% Sale

76% Sale

%

6%
4

5

4%

% Mar. 16

4% Mar. 15

6% Mar. 23

4

% Feb.
2% Mar.
31

5%

5

7

Sale

1%
2%
6

2%

6%

Sale

57%
4%
4%
1%
4%
11%
1%
1%
4%
21

70
5%
5
2%
5%
14
Sale

2%
9

4%
%
4%

Sale2
4%
Sale
6

5%

Sale

8

1%
2%

7%
73

6% Mar. 1
1% Mar. 20

3

10% Mar. 16
1% Mar. 20

Mar. 20

4

6

Sale

Mar.

9% Mar. 16

Mar.

5%

1
2

1 % Mar. 30
Mar. 15

3

11

5

Sale
.....

1%

2

1%
4%

11% Mar. 23
1% Mar.
1

2%

4% Mar.

1

8%

8

9

10

1%

9%
Sale
Sale
%
Sale
11
14%
5% Sale
%
%
%
1%

9

1%

5

9%
12

2% Jan.

13

6

Mar. 15

11% Mar. 23
Mar. 16

3

Mar .30

1% Mar. 15

"26" ""Mar ."20

1%
1

20
J

0% Mar.
% Jan.
11% Jan.

Jan.

14

4% Jan.

9

Sale

Jan.

4

Jan.

31

3

Sale

Mar. 16

% Mar.

% Mar. 28
% Mar. 18
% Mar. 15

*

1

Mar. 24

8% Mar.

1

5

Mar.

2

9

Mar. 23

5

Sale

%

%

65% Sale
20

1%
-%

4%
%
4%

4% Sale
3
3%
17

2%
4%

18

4

5%

Sale
%

51% Sale
3

1%

Sale

4%
5

"~1H
5

21

2%
4%

6
Sale
24

4
6

Jan.

4

31

4% Jan.
30
1% Mar.
Jan

11% Jan.
3

Mar.

2

Jan.

11

10
16

6

4% Feb. 10
33% Jan. 11

%
%
%
1%
10%
5%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

% Jan.

5

28

7

Jan.

11

Feb.

10

12

Feb.

10

Feb.

25

8% Feb.

14

20

5

Mar.

9

Mar. 23

9% Mar. 16

1

2

4% Jan.

3

% Jan.

19

1H Feb. 23
1

Mar.

1

13% Mar. 28
3% Mar.
1

2,

Mar. 16

17% Mar. 16
3% Mar. 2

Feb.

5

Mar. 17

3

Mar. 31

5% Mar. 16

3

3% Mar. 16
% Mar. 16

2

50

Mar. 31

74% Mar. 16

50

3

Mar. 31

3

Mar. 31

%
%
4%
6%
4%
3%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

28
16
16
23
3

1%
%
4%
6%
6%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

15

6

Mar.

2

28

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

17

2% Mar. 28
4

Mar. 15

2% Mar. 28
4% Mar. 22

16

13

12

10

Jan.

11

4% Jan.

3

% Jan. 19
1% Feb. 23

31

17

60

Jan.

3
20

Feb.

24

% Feb.

20

3%

82

Mar. 31

3

Mar. 28

i*
15

Jan.

11

Mar. 31

4% Mar. 16
6% Mar. 23
4
7% Jan.

Feb.

27
17

Feb.

24

28

27
Mar. 15

4

Feb.

17

% ruu. 10
% Mar. 16

14

4% Mar. 16
6% Mar. 23

Jan. 11
Mar. 2

3% Mar. 16
% Jan.
3

Mar. 31

Feb.

Mar. 16

2

"

% Mar. 16

21
16
16
23
16

Jan.

Jan.

4
Feb.
Jan. 11
3
Jan.
Jan. 20
Jan. 31

Feb. 24

% Jan.
% Jan.
% Jan.
1

2
19

10% Jan.

18%
3%
6%
6%
%
%
%

Mar. 17

5

Mar.

14

13% Mar. 28
1
3% Feb.

Mar. 17

2

5
% Jan.
4
% Jan.
% Mar. 15

% Mar. 28
% Feb. 27
% Mar. 15

1
20
15
15
27

3%
2%
%

5

11

27

Feb.

59% Jan.
2

9% Jan.
80% Feb.

% Mar. 21

%

%

4

5

2

Mar. 16

9

%

Mar. 30

A}

Feb. SA
Mar.Z()

3

7

1 %

19

5

3

1

16

4%

11% Mar. 23
1% Feb. 20

AO
oQ

12

5

5
Sale

13%
3%

J <1II*
Jan.

Feb. 24

5% Feb. 28

19

13
5

Feb.

23

3

21

24

Jan.
4
Feb. 27
Jan. 24
Feb.
9

Jan.

5

Jan.

%
6%
1%
3%

1

10

10

1% Jan.
4% Jan.

3

%

%
1%
3
1% Sale
14% Sale
3% Sale
6%
3% Sale

2

1% Mar. 30
6

% Mar. 21

5

Mar.

19

4

1% Mar. 15

Sale

5

% Jan.
5% Jan.
37

Jan.

4% Feb. 28
1

5%

19

30
Sale
%
%
1%
Sale

4
3

% Mar. 29
1% Feb. 14

70

24

10%
%
%
%

Mar. 20

4

.....

80

4

Feb.
Jan.

1
5

24

31

Mar. 25

15

60

60

3

20
4

*

1%

1%

20

25

3% Mar.
% Mar.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

2% Jan.

5
Mar. 29

%

100

% Jan.

% Mar. 22
4

Feb.

%
4%
%
7%
%

4% Jan.

4

6% Feb.
1

Feb.

1

4

1%

31

45

*

5

200 Curtis Lighting Inc com
840 Curtis Mfg Co com

No Dar valm

1%

1

*

50 Chicago Rys part ctf ser 2.100
70 Chicago Towel Co conv pref *

8,400

14%
2

16%

_•

Common

10

11%
1%

*

1
»

150

,

2
Sale

*

100

350

800

8% Sale
55% 80
4
4%
4%
6

%
%
6%
8%
10%
30
%
%
%
%
%
1%
1% Sale

1

c common

5,250 Central S

2
.....

1

60 Cherry Burrell Corp com
Chic City 8c Con Ry—

33,050

3

24% Mar. 31

7

1

1

%
^
4%
12
% Sale

2%

25

preferred.._

1,420 Cent Pub Serv Corp A
1,970 Central Public Utll A—

890

12,450

16% Mar.

1

*

Cent 111 Secur Corp—
Common

1,902

20

1%
2%

1

100

70

Sale
14

6

5

Sale

10

5

190

39,000
7,650

3

% Jan.

....

%

•

30

6%
2%

5

Sale
4

5

3

•
3,950 Bruce Co (E L) com
110 Bucyrus-Monighan class A..*
10
8,125 Butler Bros

260
650

5

pref..*

pref

40 Central Ind Power pref

"""270

16% Mar.

6

1%
1%

•

1,350 Brach

20

"""580

conv

86,480 Borg-Warner Corp
340

""'366

Sale

40

Balaban & Katz Corp—
230
Preferred...
...100

~9,900

22

6

3,230
190

2,000

1

11

350 Amer & Dominion

500 Amer-Yvette Co Inc

Mar.

Par.
com

965 Acme Steel Co

450 Art Metal Works

250

20

15

STOCKS

1,950 Abbott Laboratories

200

2,650

Sale

20

1945

5,000 Union Elevated 5s

Shares.

19

1958

1st mtge 5%s

6

Mar. 16
Mar. L6
Jan.
9

2% Jan.
4

5% Jan.

26

April, 1933.]

CHICAGO

AGGREGATE SALES

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

STOCK

EXCHANGE
PRICES

57

IN MARCH.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price
Jan. 3

In

Since

March.

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.

STOCKS

1933.
Bid.

Par.

March 1.

Ask.

Bid.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Lowest.

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Ask

Sale Prices

Sale Prices.

Sale Prices.

Dayton-Rubber Mfj—

50

-*

Prior common

IK Jan.

50
Class A common.......—*
100 Decker (Alf) A Cohn Pref 100
325 Dexter Co (The) com
..5

"120

3,190

50

250

-

—

-

950 Goldblatt Bros Inc

1,300
3,050
m

3,150

6,600 Hall Printing Co

^-

«.

7K
9

«

250

150

4K

5

25
3,800 Illinois Brick Co
140 Illinois Nor Utilities pref.100

20
10

Class B

550

300 Kalamazoo Stove

-

150

350 Kats Drug Co

600
10

6K

IK
Sale

7

63*

15

1.
3K

55

10

3

3

3K

3K

3%

3K
3K

6

8

6

17 K

J*

J*

IK

Sale
IK

30

25

32

Sale

19

300 Keystone Steel A Wire com.*

310

830 La Salle Ext Unlv

310

650 Lion Oil Ref Co

10

650

1,430

5

3

IK

a

IK

Sale

5

10

8

Sale

23 K
7

Sale
8
3

400 Manhatt-Dearborn Corp com*

27,140

-

200

•

50

Marshall Field A Co

com..

400 Material Service Corp com.10
200 Meadows Mfg Co com
*
200 Mer A Mfrs Sec cl A

com

"K

_•

IK
3
Sale

~"K,

120

120 Metropol Ind Co allot ctfs...

10 K

6,100 Mickelberry's Food Prod coml

2K

41,927 Middle West Utilities new.
1,175
16 conv. pref. 'A".
•
2,800 Midland United Co com....*

K

250
500
50

K

K

Sale
Sale

JK

*

2

150 Midland Utll 6% pr lien..100

6

30

350

5K

50

20

Convertible preferred

7%

100
....100
100

prior lien

Preferred 6%
Preferred 7%

A
A

200 Miller A Hart Inc

conv

K

3

26 K

34 J*

150

1,450 Morgan Lithograph com....*

K

40

100 Mosser Leather Corp com...*
480 Muskegon Mot Spec cl. A_. *

>

4

500

3K

50

250

150 National Leather

1<

com;

Sale

6

3 K
Sale

5K

IK Mar. 31
4K Mar. 15
IK Mar. 27

700

100

5,800

50

Cumul.
at

conv.

Secur Invest Co com

50
6% preferred
910 National Standard
50

450
600

1

3 K

4

4

5

200

300

2,700

4,800
570
6,100

50

80
120

570

32
11

1 *

7K

100

350

100

.....

18,150

6

&

700

330
160

370

3,860
600

10,505
1,290
2,150

460

Common

100

7% preferred...

22 K
8

OK
2

24K
K
IK

100

83 K
107 K

15K

*

10

180

30

80

6

150
700

7

2

Sale'
Sale
K
1554
Sale

2K

83

Mar. 30

.100

85"

18 J*
3K

10!

140

Common

*

100

500
410 S




1
6

100
110

,

Sale
5

5K

Sale
2 *

113*

15
73*

3

x

9

r

3* Mar. 15!
K Mar. 17;
K Mar. 15

,

10 K
2

30

8

16"

2

K Jan.
K Feb. 24
K Mar.
1

Feb.

Mar. 21

2

Feb.

24

4

Mar. 23

3

Feb.

14

53* Jan.
5
3* Feb. 21

Mar. 21

K Feb. 21

8
3 K
34K
K
4 K.

10

K

Mar. 16

8

Mar. 16

2K Mar. 18

3M Mar. 29

K Mar. 2
IK Mar. 21
3K Mar.

K Mar. 15
IK Mar. 21
3K Mar. 2
4

Jan.

1

Jan.

16

Jan.

7

Jan.

14

63* Feb. 28

8

Mar. 16

3* Mar.

1

Mar. 15

3* Mar.

1

16

23* Mar. 18
27

Cash sale.

2

13

I1

Feb.

2K Mar.
2

7K

K Mar. 18
5K Mar. 1
2K Mar. 23,

OK
7K
3

3

Mar. 28

33*
153*
3*
3*

Mar. 18
Jan.
3
Feb. 25
Mar.

2

Mar. 15

6

Mar.

Mar. 16

23* Mar.

Mar. 16

2

2

2

8

Feb.
Jan.
Feb.

25
27

K Feb.
Feb.

27

27

Mar. 31

25

Mar. 30

293* Mar. 21
72K Mar. 2
75K Mar. 1

25

Mar. 30

67

93

Mar.

63

1143* Mar.
K Mar.

107

110

Sale

2K

IK

2

IK

7K

6
82

2K
2 K
7K
90

IK
K
16 K

7K

4

4K

IK
IK
K

2

Mar. 16

1% Mar.
6

1

Mar.

K

2K Mar.

5

K Mar.

7K Mar.

193*
6
K
Sale
7K
IK
4K
K
51

Mar.

8731

Mar.

8K

16

634 Mar.

87K Mar.
5

-----

7K

Mar. 21

K Mar.
16

5K
7

107

Mar.
Mar.

K Mar.
8

Mar.

1

10

13* Mar. 31

K Mar. 15
Mar.

Mar.

I*

25
16
20

Jan.

153* Mar. 29
5
23* Jan.

14

Jan.

Feb.

63*
9
16

K Feb.
7
K Mar. 15

Feb.

Jan.

23
12
11
27

3

873* Mar. 17

3* Mar.
73* Mar.

Feb.

11
12

23* Jan.

Mar.

Jan.

9

Jan.
Jan.

23* Mar. 28

Feb.
Feb.

833* Jan.

42

Jan.

3* Jan.
163* Jan.

13* Mar. 15
43* Feb. 18
3* Jan. 17

Mar. 16

lH

8
3

23* Jan.

117

Mar. 16
K Mar. 15

1

Feb.
Feb.

Mar. 16

Jan.

4

10

93

_

5

7

Feb.

"lKMar."i5 "l3* Mar."15,
50

Feb.

53* Jan. 25
43* Feb. 21

Mar. 24

133* Feb. 25

K Mar. 16'
423* Mar. 2,

12

11
25
20
16
4

Jan.

Jan.
15.
13* Jan.

K Mar. 16

l| 22

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

48
47
85
95

593* Mar. 30

5

14

33*
53*
3*
103*
23*

1

Mar. 16

IK Mar. 28
IK Mar. 16
153* Mar. 29

3
19
Mar. 29
Jan. 12
Feb. 14
Jan.
5

3* Feb.
% Jan.

17

Mar. 17

14* 15* i6*

43^ Sail*

Feb.

6

2

3

2

6

Mar. 15

37

Mar.

IK Mar. 311

24!

Sale

7

Jan. 18
Jan.
3
Feb. 25
Jan.
5

273*
113*
5*
163*

21

Mar. 31

10

Mar.

a

Feb.

53*
153*
3*
3*

Mar. 15

27

Mar.

IK

2

Sale

63

8K

28

30
13

14
IK

67

K
7K

5

27

85

9

Feb.

23* Jan.
113* Jan.

16
I K Mar. 28
1
Mar.
3;

Sale

-----

1

Mar. 28

3* Mar. 18

IK
IK
Sale
Sale

81

Sale

27

4

Mar. 15

20

70

4K

3

Feb.

10

10
Sale

65

4

K Feb. 14
93* Mar. 2

1

59K Mar. 30

14

Mar. 15

10
7K

3* Mar. 15
K Mar.
1
273* Mar. 29

Mar. 15
Mar.
1
Mar. 29
Mar. 16

K Mar. 20
10K Mar. 16
2K Mar. 23

Jan.
4
Feb. 17
3* Mar. 15
13* Jan. 14
43* Jan.
4
4

30

K Feb.
13* Jan.
33* Mar.

4

3

27

8

K
Sale
7K
IK
15K

1

OK Mar.

10

Sale

4

7K
6

Mar.

K
K
27K
11K

3

2

19

1

2(

12

Jan.

5

60

2

Mar. 16

3* Jan.
6
1
Jan. 20
3* Feb.
3
IK Jan. 27

1

21

112

Mar. 30

5

3

273* Sale
72 K
80
753* Sale

106

7

4

2

2K

6

Sale

Mar. 16

63* Jan. 13
3* Mar. 15
13* Mar. 16

Mar. 23

2

7

33

8

12

30

Mar. 21

10M

6

87K

....* 52*
Bx-dividt-LO.

16^

3
12

3

4

8

IK
K

3,950
15,150!

No par value

3 K

K

60

140

Mar.

Jan.

Jan.

13* Mar. 23
13* Jan.
4

Mar. 21

7

27* 32*

6

250!

«...

K

2K

9

13* Mar. 23
1 3* Mar. 27
43* Feb.
4
K Jan.

Mar. 16

263* Feb.

3

Feb.

K Mar. 15
K Mar.
1
27 K Mar. 29

1

1,150

1,800
8,850

Jan.

1

K

10

3,900

150

7

7

3K Mar. 18

IK
Sale
2K

100

200

233* Feb. 24

2K Feb.

4K
17 K
K
K

2

K

Preferred.

123* Mar. 20

5

UK
K
K

18

100

com....

10

27

K Mar. 15
IK Mar. 16
7
Mar. 30'

Mar. 30

16
2
11
30
26

Feb.

IK Mar. 23
IK Mar. 27
8
Mar. 16,

«

4

3K

1

.10

Quaker Oats Co
Preferred

8

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.

Mar. 16

IK Mar. 23
IK Mar. 27
4K Mar. 1

&*

1

500

•

15 K
8K

18
IK
IK
10 K Sale
2K
3K
42 K Sale
39
45 K
78
Sale
88
100

.....100

6% preferred

11

6

Feb.

23*
13*
13*
63*
2 3*

2

1

920

180

2

15

1

IK

8501

6,850
1,650
1,120

150

6

24

Jan.

23

Jan.

K Mar. 16

4

IK Feb.
IK Feb.

23 K Mar.

1

15

2

8

Mar. 15

26

Feb.

10

1
12 K

153*

50

1,750

Sale

K
10

3

10 K

.*

605

16,100

Convertible preferred

2,950

150

Sale

4

700

650

2^

32

10

2K
Sale

Sale

27

2

"9K

250
------

Mar. 17

Jan.

1

3

Mar. 31

13* Feb. 24

23K Mar.

Mar.

243* Jan. 12
IK Mar. 3
43* Jan. 13

K Feb.

Mar. 16

3* Sale

Rights.

7% preferred

8

10

K

153*
K
K
K Sale
K
K

Sale

850

10

1

OK
K
10 K

*

3,775

450

32

3

2H

5
Sale

27

100
com

14

Jan.

I

K
K

*

pref

Jan.

12K Mar. 20

8

1

IK Feb.

1

Mar. 30

24

Feb.

19

3

Mar.

7

Feb.

7

25

3

Mar. 16

8

4

1

Mar. 24

Mar. 18

IK Mar. 31
OK Mar. 30
IK Mar. 27

2

193* Feb. 24
3
13* Mar.

1

2K Mar. 16

Feb.

43* Mar. 20

25

17** Mar.

3

Mar.

27

Feb.

5

4 K

34 K

K
IK

K
%

Mar. 25

10

5

26

12

Mar. 17

K Mar. 16

1

Nat Republic Invest Trust—

100

Feb.

33* Mar. .30

K Mar. 24

K Mar. 1
K Mar, 17
K Mar. 1

5

15 K
K
K

3

4

4

K

K
4 K
4K

4

330 National Battery Co pref...*
200 Nat Elec Power A com
♦
50

334

4K Mar. 20

25

K

OK
2K

220 Monroe Chemical Co com...*
430
Preferred.
—-*

9

27

Mar. 31

K Sale
1
3*
K Sale
1
IK
2
4K

7K

100

Feb.

Feb.

Mar. 17

10

_____

IK
IK

7

9

5

4

IK Mar.

1

33-6 Jan.

25

7

1

7

12

11

Mar. 31

3K Mar. 15

3K

•

Jan.

23* Jan.

Mar. 17

IK

3K

350 Modlne Mfg

com

12

2 K
3

100

6

28

11

1K Mar.

4K

7K

K

pref.*

3 K Mar
1 " Feb.

66

32
21

3

3K

K

21

Feb.

4

IK Mar.

"2 3* "3 3*

2

8
3

Jan.

Mar. 23

K Mar. 24
IK Mar. 16

3

Jan.

13

1

Sale

7

3

Sale
8K
K
IK

8
21

4

K

1

3K

30

350

K
53*
K
1

3,350
11,450

IK
4

3
18

Mar. 27

Mar. 24
2

IK

5

11

9

3

Sale

24

Sale

23 K
7K

24

4

Jan.

3* Jan. 27

Feb.

25

11

IK
IK
5K

1

Mar.

IK Sale

12

3

Jan.

15

12

3

55

Mar.

18

1

Mar.

1

43* Jan.

1

12

4

19

Sale

6

2
24

23* Mar.

3

9

1

3

7

12
21
20
5
4
11
23
4

Mar. 23

60

32

IK Sale

11K

100

12,640
*»

IK
4K

3 K Mar.
3 3* Jan.

5K Mar. 16

1

27

Mar. 23

Mar.

3K Mar. 1
3K Mar. 30

IK

K

410 McQuay-Norrls Mfg
*
2,400 McWilllams Dredging Co.... *
*
1,430 Mandel Bros Inc capital

20

im

IK
IK
5

12K Mar. 15
3K Mar.
1
IK Mar. 16

40

IK Sale
K
1
IK

*

common

com

2

Mar.

35

4

5

3,700 Lynch Corp

1

1

IK Mar.

K

15

3K Mar.

17K Mar.

19

22

K

Mar. 23

19

25

3

K Feb. 23

73* Jan.

9

4

K
25

2

*

com

10 Loudon Packing

1,850

«.

17 K

2
6

22

ll8 25*
\* j*

2,550 Lindsay Nunn Pub $2 pref..*

,

200

M

10

com

20 Lawbeck Corp 6% cum pfdlOO
6,650 Libby. McNeill A Libby
10
350 Lincoln Printing Co com ...*
410 Lindsay Light com
10

4,550

1,400

15

4K Mar. 15
2K Mar. li
3K Mar. 18,

55

A*
12

23 K

100

2
1

Feb.

Feb.

Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

21

95
7

7

9

IK
4K

3K Mar.
2K Mar.

5K
IK

3K

Sale
4K

5

23*
J*
13*
143*
K
83*
93*
13*

10K Mar.

IK Mar. 16

3K Mar.

77

9

19 K

......

Mar. 21

K Mar. 15
8K Mar. 16

3 K Mar. 18

3

Sale

60

11

IK
Sale
31K

Feb.

\i Mar. 15
1
K Feb. 24
OK Feb. 27

IK Mar. 20
12

1

12

12

IK

75

19

Preferred

Mar. 15
Mar.
1
Mar. 3
Mar.

18

11
3K

IK

if.

25

40

4K Feb. 23

33

100

20

Mar. 30

K
10K
K
OK

3K

OK

50

«.

3 K

10

K
43*

3

Mar. 30

103* Jan. 25
13* Feb.
3
53* Jan. 14

2K Jan. 12
K Feb. 21

§8J*

12J*
3 K Sale

18

Preferred

Mar. 16

5

K Mar.

25

850 Kentucky Utll jr cum pref.50
400 Ken-RadTube A Lpcom A..*

560

4K Jan.
1K Feb.

OK Mar. 15

33*Mar.'

1
IK
10 K
12 K
K
K
7 K Sale

Sale
Sale
4

100

100

1

5:

12

....1

com

7K

2K
4K

62

1,700 Kellogg Switchboard com..10

Feb.

9

...*

com

30

3

3

3K
2K

4

170 Indep Pneum Tool ▼ t c
*
*
2,350 Iron Fireman Mfg Co v t c
300 Jefferson Electric Co com...*

200

5
5

5

3K

Sale

2

*

27

Jan.

Jan.

1

K Sale

13

350 Houdallle-Hershey class A..*

OK Mar.

Sale

Sale

12

400

«.

Sale
4K
4
14K

21

1,700

Jan.

2

9

Sale

3

500

1
21

------

10

6 Sale^

1

3K

2K

8

4

1

8

IK

Sale

10 K

% Sale

10

com

ll*

h

1

*

20 Hibb Spencer Bartlett com. 25
400 Hormel A Co (Geo) com A..*

50

«

2K

400 Harnischfeger Corp com
*
300 Hart-Carter Co con* pref...*
400 Hart Schaff & Marx com..100

200

-

6

6K

pf.f

14,450
7,450 Great Lakes DAD com....*
60 Grelf Bros Cooperage A com *
38,950 Grlgsby-Grunow Co com
*

_

•

4K

2*

5

com

13* Jan. 27

Jan.
Jan.

IK

3 K

6

Great Lakes Aircraft A.....*

9,850

2

3

1,540 Godchaux Sugar Inc cl B__

200

2

IK
3K

A Dredge Co com—

20 General Parts Corp cony

—

1,170

„

1

4K Sale
IK
5
4K
5K

De Mets Inc pref w w

10 General Candy Corp A
-

1
21

70 Eddy Paper Corp (The).....*
5
3,000 El Household Utll Corp
Pits Simons A Connell Dock

900

_

IK

6

27

Jan.

12

Mar. 16

Jan.

12

53* Jan. 27
3* Feb.
7
3* Feb. 24
22
4

Jan.
Feb.

11
6

IK Mar. 15
6

Jan.

17

3* Mar. 15
513* Jan. 26

58

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 3

In

Since

March.

Jan. 1.

Shares.
250
250

4,500

STOCKS

13,300

600 Super Maid Corp com..
*
61,600 Swift & Co stk ...........25
15
31,350 Swift In tern a clonal...

10

150 Telephone Bond & Share A.*
Flrat preferred.........100
50

6,000 Thompson (J R)

3,850

25
—*

com

10 12th St Store pref A

Ask.

Bid.

7%
13 X

100 United Ptrs & Pubs

U S

7,850

2,900
30
550

4,400
3,500

150 Utilities Pow 8c Lt Corp A..*

50

Common non-voting

300

400

Vortex Cup Co com
Class A

1,300
1,090

250

100 Wahl Co

"8",850
3,260

1232835740961

Mar. 16

4

Mar. 27

6

Mar. 27

6X Mar. 31

9

Mar. 16

Sale
2X

20

22 X

21

23 X

1

IX

X

3

IX

24

Mar. 23

20 X

8%
X
IX
3%
3
1

104

110
Sale

7

Sale
%
IX
3%
3%
2

4

"lx

6

18?*
X

X
Sale

13 X
54

3

12*

5

o

12

Sale

48

If

17

13 y
80?

82

Mar.

113* Mar.

Sale

50

15
1

4% Mar.

18%

78 X

Sale

IX """%

Sale

6

90

20

Sale

16

80

90
Sale

81

4

19

17

19%

2*

2X

IX

„

Mar. 21

IX
X

1

X

2

3

4%

Mar. 17
Mar.
1
Mar. 28
Mar. 21

X
%
IX
2?*

fi

Sale

X

Mar.
1
23
Mar. 16
Mar. 31 105,
Mar. 23
Mar.
1
11?* Mar. 16

104

6?*

Sale

2

7

18
Sale

104

9?* Jan. 12
2?* Jan. 25
X Feb. 16

Feb. 20
Jan.
5
X Feb.
7
13* Jan.
4

14

Mar. 16

2?* Mar. 21

Mar. 21

3

Jan.
5
J* Feb.
7
1?* Feb. 10

2

2
2

Mar. 18

17

1

Feb.

3

Mar. 21

6?* Jan. 10
18

195* Jan.

.

14X Mar. 16

82

61

12

Feb. 23
X Mar. 22

18

1

Mar. 31

Mar. 20

18

X Mar. 20

a

Sale

1%

IX

1?*

2%

1?*

1X Mar

IX Mar. 25

1?* Feb.

7X

Sale

4%

5X

4?*

4X Mar. 31

5

Mar. 16

X
6?*
%

X
7X
X

X
6%

7

8

Mar. 16

Jan. 31
1?* Jan.
3
1

43* Mar. 31

Sale

1

1

Mar. 31

.

25

1

Mar. 16
Jan. 26
Mar. 20

82

473* Feb. 27

58% Mar. 16

Mar. 15

X
IX

Mar. 31

18
11

X Jan.
14?* Jan.

X Jan. 18
11?* Feb. 28

82

Mar. 15

3

3

4% Feb. 27
Mar. 2

6?* Mar. 16

X Mar. 22

X

23
Mar. 16
1
9 106?* Jan. 28
11 % Mar. 16
27
X Mar. 17
30
1?* Jan.
5
27
33* Jan. 14
28
21
3?* Jan. 21

Mar. 31

3

2 x!9X Mar. 15

Mar. 15

47X Mar.

19%

2

X Mar. 17
IX Mar. 16
3

18
Mar.
102?* Jan.
6% Feb.
% Jan.
X Feb.
13* Mar.
2% Mar.
1
Feb.

11

28?* Jan.

2

21X
.

X

if
2%

.25

com

Sale

19%

23
105

102

20-

Jan.

13

20

26% Mar. 16

X

26

3?* Jan. 30

Jan.
4
Mar. 27
6?* Mar. 31
23* Jan. 25
X Feb. 15
6

2

Jan.

1

12?* Feb. 23
3

6

9

6X

5

113* Mar. 16
17?* Mar. 16

Feb. 14

7

Mar. 16

17

Jan.

1

X Jan. 14
73* Mar. 15

Jan.

27

Jan.

10

4

X Jan.

27

6?* Jan. 17
3* Mar. 15

Jan.

16

Jan.

6

1

Wisconsin Banksharcs—

800

*

Common new

7,050

950 Yates-Amer Mach part pref.*

"""550

2,650 Yellow Cab Co Inc (Chic)..*
•
1,560 Zenith Radio Corp com

950

♦

No par value,

z

Ex-dividend,

.*

7*

H

%

6

Paris

Swiss

Guilders

Cables

019.57
19.52%al9.56 19.53
19.53
019.57 19.53%a.57%
019.69

19.55%a.67% 19.56

BANK H OLIDAY

40.43o40.48X 40.46

a3.94% 3.93 %a. 94"u

a3.96% 3.95%a3.96%
a3.95% 3.953*a3.95%
16 3.95
a3.94%
17 3.93%a3.94% 3.94

15 3.95

18 3.94%a3.94% 3.94%a3.94?*

40.30?*a.38%

13.99

O14.02 14.00

40.45

a.64% 40.47

O40.65

019.46 19.43

019.47

40.42

O40.45 40.45

O40.49

19.28

14.02 %a. 09% 14.03
14.02
O14.03 14.03

40.36

O40.40 40.40

O40.44

14.00

O14.01

SUN DAY

13.92

23 3.92?*a3.933* 3.933*a3.93?*

040.30

13.90

24 3.93?*a3.939ie 3.93%a .93ui6

19 30%al9.32 19.31

019.33

40.29

O40.32 40.30

040.33

25 3.92%a3.93% 3.93
SUN DAY
26

19,30%al9.31 19.31

a.31%

40.28%a.30% 40.30

040.31

40.26

O40.29 40.29

O40.31

40.25

a.28% 40.28

040.29

30 3.92?*a .9215i6 3.92%a3.93

O19.30
19.28%al9.29 19.29
19.30al9.3l ?* 19.30%a19.32

a.30%
40.26a40.29% 40.29
40.32 %a40.35 40.33a40.35%

.56%a.56?*
.56%a.56?*
.56%a.56%

Denmark

Sweden

Norway

Berlin

SUN DAY

Krona

Krone

Reichsmarks

.56%a.56%

.56X0.57%

5.13

a.13%

.56%a.56?*

5.13

a.13%

.56%a.56%

5.13

a.13%

.56X0.56%

.56X0.57%
.56X0.57%
.56X0.57%
.56Xa.57%

5.13%

5.12lsieo.l3

.56X0.56%

Austria

Krone

.56%a.57%
.56X0.57%

.56%a.56%

SUN DAY

13.92
013.95 13.93al3.95%
5.13
13.93013.93% 13.93%al3.94 5.12?*a,13
13.93al3.93% 13.93%al3.94 5.12?*a,13
13.94
13.95
5.12%a.l3
13.95al3.95?* 13.95%al3.96 5.12%a.l2%

40.27%a40.30

O19.30
19.28 %a.29% 19.29
19.29019.29% 19.29Xol9.30
019.29 19.28%a.29%

31 3.92lli#a921616 3.92?* a3.93

40.25o40.29 %

5.15

013.93 13.92%a.93%
al3.94

SUN DAY

19.28

3.92l6i60 .933*

al3.95 13.94%ol3.96

5.15%a.l6-

al3.93 13.91

SUN DAY

29 3.92%a .92ii>i6 3.92?* 03.92%

.56Xa.579*
.57
a.57%
.56Xa.57%
.56Xa.57%

.56%a.57

13.94

040.29

O40.29 40.28

28 3.92?* a3.93

SUN DAY

5.16

a.15% 5.15%a.l6
5.14%a.l5
5.14%a.l5%
5.14
a.14% 5.14%a.l5
013.96 5.13%a.l4
13.94
013.95 13.95
5.13?*a.l4%
13.94013.94% 13.94?*al3.95 5.12%a.l3% 5.13%a.l3%

040.32

O40.26 40.26

27 3.92%a3.92?* 3.92?* 03.93

.56X0.579*

.56X0.57
.56%a.57

O40.30 40.27

SUN DAY

.56%a.57%

.56%a.56?*

SUN DAY

O14.02

.56X0.57?*
.56%a.57%
.56X0.57%
.56X0.579*

a.56?*

a.16%

40.24

f.

.56%a.57

14.00

40.23

■

O14.10

14.01

40.27

03.93?*

.56

a40.44 40.42a40.44%

14.01

.56%

.56

o.ll?* 5.11%0.12%
014.03 5.11 %a.15
5.12
a.15%

40.40

019.29 19.28%a.29%

a3.92% 3.923*03.92%

22 3.92%a3.92X 3.92%a3.93

5.10

40.43 %a40.43 40.41a40.43%

19.28
O19.30 19.28%a.30%
019.31
19.28%al9.30 19.29

21 3.92

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

013.99

5.15%a.l6% 5.16%a.l7X
014.04 5.15%a.l6
5.15%a.l6%
a.02% 14.01 %al4.03 5.15?*a.l6
5.16%
O14.01 14.01al4.01% 5.15?*a.l6
5.16
a.16%

SUN DAY

al9.39

BANK H OLIDAY

BANK H OLIDAY

SUN DAY

013.98 13.96

SUN DAY

a.58

SUN DAY

13.95

019.52

019.38 19.34

.57

BANK H OLIDAY

SUN DAY

40.29 ?*a40.38

19.33

.56%a.56%
.56%a.57

SUN DAY

O40.32 40.30%a40.33

019.48

SUN DAY

20 3.93?*a3.943* 3.93%a3.94?*

.56%a.57?*
.56%a.57?*

.56%a.56%

BANK H OLIDAY

BANK H OLIDAY

BANK H OLIDAY

40.29

19.42

Cables

Checks

Cables

SUN DAY

019.44

019.41 19.39%o.41%
19.41019.41% 19.41 %al9.42

Checks

BANK H OLIDAY

19.35%al9.43 19.36
19.41 %a.47?* 19.42
19.46%a.51% 19.47
19.39

Bankers'

Bankers'
Cables

5.11%o.ll% 5.115160.11%
14.07
5.11
o.ll% 5.11%o.l2
14.08al4.09% 14.08%al4.10 5.11%o.l2% 5.12Xa.l2%

BANK H OLIDAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

a3.923* 3.92 J*a3.92%

Drachma

O14.08 14.06al4.08%
O14.08 14.07%a.08%

SUN DAY

BANK H OLIDAY

BANK H OLIDAY

14.05

O40.49

40.43 %a.48% 40.47%a40.49
O40.60
40.48%a.59% 40.49

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

Checks

Cables

Checks

Greek

Lire

Bankers'

Bankers'

Bankers'
Checks

BANK H OLIDAY

2

Italian

Antwerp
Belga

Amsterdam

Francs

Cables

X Mar.

ON CONTINENTAL CENTRES.

Francs

Bankers'

3* Jan.
Mar.

X Mar. 15

Brought Forward from Page 17.

RATES OF EXCHANGE

13 3.92
14 3.93

.X

73

10

r Gash sale.

Table

2 3.94Xa3.94% 3.94%a .941Bie
a3.96%
3 3.94%a3.96% 3.95

19

com

420 Western Grocer Co

340

11

.....

26

25

*

com

_.*
Convertible preferred..'..*

200

50

1
1

6

....

6% Sale
1
2X
%

3

*

......

1,220 Wayne Pump Co

1 3.94%a3.94X 3.9413i6a9416i«

12

com

...»

210 Waukesha Motor Co

40

690

Checks

6- 11

*
»

*
23,500 Walgreen Co com
20
6% % preferred
100
11,260 Ward (Montgom) 8c Co cl A.*

20

6

*

50 Viking Pump Co common

50

4

100

*
6,950 U S Radio &: Telev com.
1,700 Utah Radio Products com..*
*
6,850 Utility 8c Ind Corp com
Convertible preferred....*
5,600

.

5
10

6

X Mar. 16
X Mar. 3
3?* Jan.
3
X Feb. 28

X Mar. 16
X Mar. 17

7X Mar. 15

'

Gypsum..............20

Preferred

250

3,050

7X Mar.
13X Mar.

Sale

*

preferred

Convertible

270

com

X Mar. 16
X Mar. 3
4X Mar. 3

Sale"

3X

9

2j|

Highest.
Sale Prices.

I*

o

25

7X

Lowest.

Sale Prices.

Sale

3

2?*
4

Highest.
Sale Prices.

1

;/

30 20 Wacker Drive 86 pref....*

4,800 Union Carbide & Carbon...*
50 United Gas Corp common..1

650

Ask.

Bid.

Sale
IX
Sale
Sale

3%
X
7X
14 X

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.

Shares.
650 Standard Dredge cony pref-*
Common
—-—*
500
25
7,950 Storkline Fur cony pref

33" 950

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

PRICES IN MARCH.

CHICAGO

AGGREGATE SALES.

EXCHANGE

STOCK

CHICAGO

Schilling

Spanish
Peseta

March
Checks

Gables

Checks

Cables

Checks

Checks

Cables

Cables

1

15.22al5.26 15.23al5.27 18.12al8.15 18.13al8.16 17.50al7.52 17.51al7.53 23.87

023.89 23.89

2

15.28al5.49 15.29al5.50 18.13al8.36 18.14al8.37 17.55al7.72 17.56al7.73 23.83
15.40al5.54 15.41al5.55 18.29al8.49 18.30al8.50 17.71al7.84 17.72al7.85 23.81

a23.86 23.85
o23.87 23.83

3

4

6

6-11-

16.

29—

Checks

O23.90 13.99

Cables

023.87 14.03

8.33%a.34% 8.34%a.35
8.34
a.36
8.34%a.36%

023.88 13.99

O14.10

8.36

BANK II OLIDAY

BANK H OLIDAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

BANK H OLIDAY

BANK H OLIDAY

BANK H OLIDAY

-

Checks

014.10 13.99%al4,
O14.10 14.03%al4.

BANK H OLIDAY

BANK H OLIDAY

Cables

13.99%al4.

BANK H OLIDAY

BANK H OLIDAY

8.37

a.50

SUN DAY

BANK H OLIDAY

SUN DAY

0.49

BANK H OLIDAY

SUN DAY

BANK II OLIDAY
SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY
SUN DAY
SUN DAY
15.32al5.34 15.33al5.35 18.14al8.19 18.15al8.20 17.61ol7.64 17.62al7.65 23.78

023.85 23.79

023.86 14.03

O14.10 14.03%al4.

8.39%a.41

8.40

a.42

15.28al5.39 15.29al5.40 18.17al8.29 18.18al8.30 17.59al7.65 17.60al7.66 23.82

a23.89 23.83

a23.90 14.01

O14.10 14.02

al4.

8.42

0.46

8.43

a.46%

15.44al5.46 15.45al5.47 18.33al8.36 18.34al8.37 17.73al7.76 17.74al7.77 23.98

a24.00 23.99

O24.01 14.00

O14.10 14.00%al4.
al4.10 14.00
al4.

8.50

a.52% 8.50%a.53

a23.95 23.91

023.96 13.99

8.49%a.51

8.50

a.51%

15.42al5.44 15.43al5.45 18.31al8.35 18.32al8.36 17.73ol7.75 17.74al7.76 23.84%a23.90 23.85

023.91 14.01

O14.10 14.01%al4.

8.47

a.50

8.48

0.51

15.43al5.44 15.43%a.45 18.32al8.34 18.33ol8.35 17.72al7.74 17.73al7.75 23.86
SUN DAY
SUN DAY
SUN DAY

a23.89 23.88

O23.90 13.99

O14.10 13.99%al4.
SUN DAY

8.48

a.49

8.48%a.49%

15.34al5.37 15.35al5.38 18.23018.24 18.24al8.25 17.63al7.65 17.64ol7.66 23.86
15.28al5.34 15.29al5.35 18.15al8.19 18.16al8.20 17.55al7.59 17.56ol7.60 23.78

O23.90 23.86%a23.91 13.99

O14.10 13.99%al4.

8.47

a.48

8.48

a.49

al4.ll 14.01%al4.

8.44

0.47

8.45

a.48

15.28%a.33 15.29al5.34 18.15al8.16 18.16al8.17 17.52ol7.55 17.53al7.56 23.84

023.79 23.78%a23.80 14.01
a23.88 23.85
023.89 14.01

O14.10 14.01%al4.

8.45

a.46

8.45%a.47

15.27al5.34 15.28al5.35 18.14al8.16 18.15018.17 17.53ol7.54 17.54al7.55 23.84

O23.90 23.86

023.91 14.01

O14.10 14.01%al4.

15.32al5.34 15.33al5.35 18.18al8.21 18.19al8.22 17.60al7.65 17.61al7.66 23.89

023.92 23.90

a23.93 14.02

014.10 14.02%al4.

a.46
8.44%o.45 % 8.45
8.46
a.47
8.46%a.47%

023.85 14.01

014.10 14.01%ol4.
SUN DAY

15.25al5.29 15.26al5.30 18.10a.11% 18.10%a.l2 17.51al7.52 17.51%a.53 23.84%a23.85 23.85
o23.85 23.85
15.25al5.27 15.26al5.28 18.10al8.11 18.11al8.12 17.50al7.51 17.51al7.52 23.84

023.87 13.99

O14.10 14.00

al4.

8.45

023.86 14.03%al4.10 14.04

al4.

15.24al5.25 15.25al5.26 18.08al8.10 18.09al8.11 17.49al7.51 17.50al7.52 23.82

a23.84 14.02

8.45
a.45%
8.44%a.45
8.44
a.44% 8.44%a.45
8.45
a.45%
8.44%a.45
8.44
a.45
8.44%a.45%

15.42al5.49 15.43al5.50 18.30al8.34 18.31ol8.35 17.73al7.76 17.74al7.77 23.90

-

15.28al5.30 15.29al5.31 18.10al8.12 18.11al8.13

17.52

17.53

SUN DAY

23!83%a.84%

23.84

'

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

SUN DAY

o23.83 23.83

a

14.10 14.02%al4.

15.30al5.34 15.31al5.35 18.14al8.16 18.15al8.17 17.54al7.56 17.55al7.57 23.81a23.82% 23.83023.83% 14.02
O14.10 14.02%ol4.
a23.85 23.84% 023.86 14.02%al4.10 14.03
al4.
15.26al5.30 15.27a.30% 18.14al8.19 18.15al8.20 17.53al7.56 17.54al7.57 23.84




SUN DAY

8.45%o.46% 8.46

a.47

SUN DAY

a.45% 8.45% a.46

...

.

V

.

■jy

Philadelphia St'k Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON PHILADELPHIA STOCK
EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

1933.

March.
Jan. l to Mar. 31

Shares

1932.

345,105

1,040,426

NOTE.—Owing

Bond Sales.

March.

530,695

1933.

Jan. 1 to Mar. 31.........

1,685,067

1932.

$97,300
474,088

....

$392,300
1,518,073

the banking holidays or
moratoria, the Philadelphia Stock Exchange was closed
beginning with Saturday, March 4, and was not reopened until the
morning of Wednesday, March 15.

AQGREGATE SALES.
In

PHILADELPHIA
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1.

March.

2,300
11,000
2,000

PRICES IN MARCH.

Price

Jan. 3
1933.

BONDS

*
2,000
1,000
1,000
7,000
2,000
4,000
133,600
5,788
7,000
5,000
13,000
7,300
16,000
2,000
1,000

14,300

to

Bid.
Baltimore & O 4 3*> stp—1933
Bell Telephone 5s
1948
Chic R I & Pac conv
4^sl960

March I.

Ask.

Bid.
r

108"" 109

March31.

Ask.

Bid.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Lowest.

Highest.

Sale Prices.

Ask.

Sale Prices.

Lowest

ioili

1032* 103%

Elec 8c

Peoples

tr ctfs 4s. 1945

Lehigh Valley 43*s
General 4s

213*

69

70

183*

Sale

183*

10
9

Feb.

Feb.

25

192*

18

Mar.

3

21

Jan.

30

18

Feb. 24
Feo. 28
Feb. 14

Jan. 27
Jan. 26
Feb.
8

Mar. 21

82

683*

703*

30
28

2003

33
32

68
32
32

28

33
30
49p

*

Mar. 15
Mar. 15
Mar. 18

35

Mar. 16

33

323* Mar. 16

Jan.

Jan.

30

49

2

18

49
22

Mar. 18

1955

6,000 Nat Dairy Products
53*8.1948

Mar. 15

Jan.

Mar. 15
Mar. 18
Feb.
3
2
193* Feb.
81
Jan. 30

10,000

New Orl Pub Serv inc 6s..l949

35

Mar. 23

38

Mar. 23

35

11,000 Penn Cent L at P 43*«.—1977

67

Mar. 28

73

Mar. 15

67

Feb.

3',565

12,000 Phila Elec (Pa) 1st s f 4s.l966
1st at ref 4s
12,000
1971
1st 5s
64,300
1966
1st 58 reg.............1966
2,000
26,000 Phila Elec Pow Co 5
.1972
5,000 Phila Suburban Water 5s 1955
14,000 Standard Gas & Elec 6s__1935
1,000
Convertible 6a_....... 1935
6,000
6s
1951
1,000 So East'n Pr & Lt 6s deb. 1957
1,000 Southern Pacific Co 4 3*s. 1968
1,000
43*s with warrants
1969
2,000
4J*s
1981
2,000 Standard Pow & Light 6s 1957

2~,400
2,000
4,000
I

T, 666

99

100

933*
33

99

Sale

156" 161"

100
89

233*
100

"995* Sale"
1083* 109
1062*

101

933*

943*
105

35
Sale

96
Sale

——

233*
99

30
101

24

100

Mar.

1 101

Mar. 20

993*
933*
932*
972*
1053* 1063* 1023* Mar
106"" Mar."20 i023*
1043* Mar. 22 105
Mar. 22 1043*
Mar. 16 105
1043* Sale 104
Mar. 31 104
43

51

Mar. 16

Shares.

Bv«

625
80

80 Bornot

900

5,100

6

Inc

*

*

Preferred

100
*

lron.;^iDi.i...i80

2,200

5,600 Camden Fire Insurance....5
200 Central Airport

....

662
10

380 Horn 8c Hardart
(Phila) com.*
1,100 Horn St Hardart (N Y) com..*
210
Preferred

300
40

2,800

7,000 Insurance

4,000
1,237

Co of N A

10

13,300 Lehigh Coal 8c Navigation..*
5,791 Lehigh Valley
50
900 Mitten Bank Sec
25
Corp
1,400
Preferred
25

400
400

15,200
20,400

32,400 Pennroad Corp

780

33
'

*

v t c

93,163 Pennsylvania RR
...50
1,305 Penna Salt
Manufactur'g.50
50 Philadelphia Co
6% pref._50
33 Phila Dairy Prod
pref
25
2,590 Phila Elec of Pa |5 pref
*
10,000 Phila Elec Pow pref.......25
49 Phila Insulated Wire
2,750 Phila Rapid Transit

V.Ioo
320

*
50

2,670
7% preferred
50
1,481 Phil9 8c Reading Coal 8c Iron*
3,300 Philadelphia Traction
50

437
450

150

200

*
50
10

247 Scott Paper

50

*

255

Series B 6% preferred... 100
Series A 7% preferred-.100
320 Seaboard Utilities
Corp
*
500 Shreve El Dorado
Pipe L
25
340
Tacony-Palmyra Bridge.
.*

131

110

—

5

5,800
3,600
5,200
100

42,700
548

30 Telephone
Security pref...50

61,600 Tonopah-Belmont Devel
1
6,000 To nop a Li Mining..
...1
9,350 Union Traction
50
100

Certificates of deposit
116,400 United Gas Impt com.——.

2,273
100

"l',66o
350
200

10

Preferred....
U

S Dairy Prod

600

...

1,275 Westmoreland Coal..

No par value.

231
a>

W Jersey 8c Seashore RR

Ex-dividend.




7

Feb.

4

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

81

89

91

2

Feb.
8
Jan. 2f
Jan. 31
Jan.

Feb.
Feo.

40

80

30 J*

32
10
115
6
3J*
2
5
2

8J*

112

i!
3Jm

35

10

11

19

24
24

12*
22
20

213*

90

94

20

20 J*
90

32 K

342*
m Sale

Feb.

3l

Feb.
3
Jan. 24
Feb. lg
Feb.
4

893* Feb.

303* Sale
323*
34
303* Mar.
83*
8
Mar.
93*
72*
83*
1113* Sale
1062* Mar.
1062* Sale
4
33*
Mar.
53*
33*
6
J* Mar.
3*
3*
6
33* Sale
33* Mar.
1
•"IH
13*
13*
13* Mar.
34
38
34
Mar.
233*
243*
9%
103*
9% Sale
92* Mar.
13*
3*
13*
19
23 H
20

B*

24

17

Sale

20

24

25

223*

18

Sale

89

80

85

182*
852*

162*
802*

192*
91

802*
282* Sale

Sale

Sale
1
3*
3*
IV*
13* Sale

Sale

13*

25

Sale

53*
93*
3*
2*
12*
162*
253*

Sale
Sale
13*

13*
Sale
Sale
292*

322* Mar.
83* Mar.
1133* Mar.
4

30

Sale

12* Sale
152* Sale
273* Sale

101 %

Sale

100

313*

Sale
23

31

20
2
4 J*

22*
52*

32*

4

182*

20

H
233*
42*
29
90
100

Sale

*

Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

4

19

3* Alar. 22
33* Mar. 31
3* Mar.
333* Feb.

Mar.

113* Mar

243* Mar. 23

213* Feb. 16

21

18

19

Mar.

Mar. 24
Mar. 24

873* Mar.
172* Mar.

873* Alar. 2
183* Mar. 16

86

Mar.

86

25

Mar.

34

53* Mar.
8% Mar.

Mar. 18
Mar. 16

63* Alar. 15
133* Mar. 16

17

Mar, 31

53*
83*
y2
2*
13*
132*
252*
293*

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Alar.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

Mar. 18

3*
12*
193*
313*

Alar.
Alar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 18

42

Mar.

42

2 1013* Mar.
313* Mar.

29

983* Mar.

Sale

29

15
16

16

21

23*

12*
4

22*
.17

15

983* Mar.

Mar. 31

13* Mar. 2
32* Mar. 1
22* Mar. 27

Mar.

15

Mar. 27

17

%
243*
53*
31

34

263*
33*
283*

1

292*

27
43*
30

101

101

28

30

1
25

30
Sale

11^
Sale

53*

13*

2

h

%

163* Sale
933* Sale

10

43*
31

Sale
50

4
14

3*
Sale
Sale

873*

Sale

3$

Sale

29

72* Mar. 3
14
Mar. 31
87
Mar. 30

'"3 2* "Mar!

5

10

5

43*

5
50

4

Mar. 20

50

Mar. 16

11

Sale

6

1

30
Mar.
2

2* Mar. 15
3* Mar. 15

2*6 Mar. 30

33* Mar.

17
Mar. 28
Mar. 20

30

Mar. 21

"253* "Alar

% Mar. 15

%

3*

Sale

2

Jan.

5

Mar. 16

Jan.
4
Mar. 24
Jan. 11

mMar. 24
99

Jan.

203* Jan.
933* Jan.
353* Jan.
Jan.

1! t Jan.
Feb.
1* Jan.

19H

Jan.
Jan.

18

5

21
11
11
11
3

17
9

25

313* Mar. 16
Jan. 17

58*
42

Mar. 18

1033* Jan.

9

Jan.

17

20

Jan.

23

Jan.

4

Feb.

23*

7

Jan.

2k

4

Jan.

5

Jan.

20

203* Fod.

4

Feo.

1

Mar. 27

Mar. 15

2*
3*
253*
32*

1
Feb.
Jan. 20
Jan. 26
Mar. 17

Mar. 15
Jan
30

Jan.

12

28
93

Jan.

25
18
20
21
3

Jan.

5
1

Jan.

993* Jan'.
Jan.

Mar. 15
Mar.
2

3

4

3*

7$

17

13

Feb.

Mar. 21
Jan. 13

1
25

6

10#

Mar. 20

13
Sale

3
21

if
m

9

Jan.

33

3*

3*

Sale

Mar. 15 104

23
24

5

Jan.

17

Mar.

2* Mar. 15
292* Mar. 16
43* Mar. 20

101

13* Jan.

15

92

105

25

23

23* Feb. 27

3* Mar.
292* Mar.
32* Mar.
Mar.

4

Alar. 31

3

32* Alar.
193* Mar.

Mar. 15

27

7

31
Mar. 24

193* Feb. 16
13* Mar. 2

12* Mar.
4

Alar. 30

25

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

20

Mar. 24

873* Alar. 2
172* Jan. 25
802* Feb. 27

2*
13*
143*
253*

992* Sale

i8.

9

92* Mar. 23
134 Jan. 31

18

Feb.

2

18

19

13* Sale
32* Sale
22* Sale
19
213*

Alar. 24

17
Mar.
22$* Mar.

29

32
20

mmM

*
<0

35
83

8

13* Mar.
33* Mar.
12* Mar.
34

Feb. 28
Mar. 22

1062* Mar. 31 1143

42

26^

Sale

1

class B

Westmoreland, Inc

20

Feb.
Feb.

503* Jan.

98J* Sale
com

Feb.

Feb.

36

20

1,500 Victory Insurance Co
10
550 Warner
Company.........

350

3
Feb.
4
Mar. 22
Feb.
9

Mar.

62

17

335 Reading RR
2,300 Reliance Insurance

77

4
14

43

51

50

Corp

25

600

16

Feb.
Jan.

Mar.

51

ctf of deposit

450 Phila & Western
Ry
610 Railroad Shares

"""310

Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.

44

*

347 Con Tract of N J
100
1,772 Electric Storage Battery—100
2,125 Fire Association new
10

300

30
28

Feb.
Jan.
Jan

par

600 Budd Wheel Co
160 Cambrls

""347

Jan.

373* Feb.

.10X7

Hudd (E G) Mfg Co

76

200
30

1,800

_

2,440 American Stores............
3,000 Bankers Securities pref
50
2,375 Bell Tell Co of Pa pref
100

400

990

V*

STOCKS

Shares

600

|«t

28
Feb.
7

60

6,000 Strawbrldge & Clothier 5s '48
1,000 United Light &
Rys 6s„.1973
1.000 Vorir

18

Jan.

1033* Feb.
Mar. 28

3

Feb.

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

1,000 Penn RR 63*«-—1936
12,000 Penna Pow 8c Lt 43*8
1981
9,000 Peoples Pass tr ctfs 4s...1943

1
24
20
31

Jan. 10
Mar. 18

Mar. 23

6,000

•

Feb.

Feb.

3,000

■-

Feb.

Jan.
30

1940

Certificates

Feb.

17

Lehigh Vail Trans A 1st 4s

10.000

14

7
25

W2

20

2003

Lukens Steel 8s

31

; Jan.

1093* Jan.
133* Feb.
113* Feb.

Certificates of deposit

Prices.
Jan.

14
10

33

m%

Chic & North West 4J£s_1949
Delaware Elec Pow 53*8—1959
Denver & Rio Grande 4s. 1936

Georgia Power at Lt 5a. 1967
Keystone Tel 5s
1935
Lehigh Power 8c Light 6s

Highest.

Sale Prices.
643* Jan. 30

8

Mar.

3

72* Mar. 3
182* Mar. 16
1
933* Mar.
4

Alar. '15

Jan.

25

Feb.

6

Jan.

4

6

Feb.

18
3
12

Feo.

18
14

% Jan.
3* Jan.
33* Alar. 29
3
72* Mar

50

Feo.

Mar.

Mar

31

Jan.

87

Mar

30

Jan.

13* Feb.
33* Feb.

4

1

Mar. 16

49

5
4

3

Mar. 15
Jan.

14

2

12* Mar.
52* Mar. 30
42* Mar. 30

Jan.

6

3
11
11

Feb.

4

8

Feb.

Mar, 28
Feb.
1

Jan.

3
10

Mar, 20
Jan.
11

Jan

Mar. 30
3
31

Jan.

Boston Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON

Jan. 1 to Mar. 31
NOTE.—Owing

banking holidays

the

to

BOSTON

Price
Jan. 3

In

Since

March.

Jan. 1.

BONDS

5,400
2,000

"2",660
6,000

183

88

88

Sale

85

Mar.

2

88

Mar. 31

85

Mar.

2

91

98

97

Sale

96

Mar. 25

97

Mar. 29

96

Jan.

9

98% Feb.

14

30

25

27

25

27

25

Mar.

27

Mar. 29

24

Jan.

29%

27%

28

27 M

33

2654 Mar.

3
2

25

Jan.
Feb.

27% Feb.
29% Feb.
33
Feb

17
9

31%

5
11
6

---

2554
27

IO!

Preferred

103""

pf stpd 100

51

216

2,947
625

Ser A 1st pref stamped..100
Ser B 1st pref stamped..100

15

465

Ser C 1st pref

20

88

Mar. 15

80

Jan.

90

65

Mar. 28

70

Mar. 15

65

Mar.

70

18

Mar.

25% Mar. 16

17

Feb.

25

7%
10%

10

stamped
9

11

5%

Sale

Sale

stamped__100

130%

12

Sale

82%

50c

10

100
100

A?:::: :

80c

80c

1%

25c

25c

55c

1

381

Adjustment

55

2,339

100

115 Maine Central

7,086

NYNHA Hartford.,

136

3,362

200

4%
13%

Sale

5

11%

Sale

17,764

2,647
305
110
555
40

Preferred

2h
7

104

First preferred

...

451

Preferred
100
951 Boston Personal Prop Trust..
594 Brown 8c Co pref

140 Continental Securities Core

95

205 Crown Cork Internet Corp..
406 East Boston Land.
10

147

460,
680
165

Eastern Gas & Fuel Assn com

5,748
1,994
3.095
6,362
1,330

4%% preferred..

2,046
900
734

170

""3",794

..100

6% preferred

100

Preferred.

10

Mar. 15

73%
15%

17

17%

14% Mar.

76% Mar. 17
19% Mar. 16

Sale
Sale

90%

lh
7%

Sale
Sale

50

4%
4%
37 %c 45b
1
1%

1%
6%
28

Sale
•
7

1%

50c

Sale

5

50c

62%

67%
Sale
5%

53

1 %

56

4%

85

11%

*

173"" Sale"
Sale

5

14%
1%

Sale
Sale

i!M

Sale

3

1

2%

145

5

14%
1%
2%
14%

Sale
Sale

30

Com stk tr ctfs

12

16

Preferred

55

Mar. 20
Mar. 16

10

ing Machine Co

10

134 Libby McNeil Libby
154

1,703
382
100

1,347
6,146
1,014
2,925

Loew's

25

Theatres

Mass UtII Associates

100

Mergenthaler Linotype
Nat Service Co

New

220

1,193
6,357 New

England

com

shs tr ctfs

50c

Engiand

Tel A

TelllllOO
100
com..

*

15

3

/

92

Sale

7% Sale
25

75

10

12,003 Shawmut Assn T C
7,328 Stone A Webster fnc

No par value,




a

1%
77

Assessment paid

...

cap

x

stk

5%
25c

6%
4%

105 Ry Lt & Sec Co common..
503 Reece Button Hole Mach__10
6 Reece Folding Mach

2,755

14

10

1

Sale

55

Jan.

11
3

1% Mar.
2% Mar.

2% Jan.
3% Jan.

Mar.

% Jan.

9

Jan.

30

1% Mar. 20
1% Mar. 2
2% Mar. 29
61c
Mar. 16
5% Mar. 16
62% Mar.
1

61c

1

Sale

Mar. 16

4% Mar. 23
59% Mar. 29

Mai-.

61c

6%

23

Mar.

60

Feb.

5

90

5% Jan.

82

15
Sale

5

Sale

1

12% Mar. 23
Mar. 16
6
Mar. 15

17% Mar. 16

12% Mar. 23
133
5

1

Mar. 29 160
Mar.

Mar. 27

1

Mar. 27

Sale

17% Mar. 16

24%

2

Sale

19

Sale

25c

1

1%
75%

2%
Sale

16

18% Jan.
1% Jan.

25
24

Jan.

24

Mar. 27

50c

6%
7%

Ex-dMdend.

1%
6%
Sale

r

55c

6%
6%

Cash sale.

6
75c

9
5
1%
Sale
Sale

8

Sale

%
6%
4%
55c

6%
6%

Sale
8%

Mar. 31

13

Mar. 31

2% Mar. 31

4% Mar. 16

Feb.
Feb.

15
24

20

25
25

64

12

Feb.
Jan.

8% Feb.
9
2% Mar. 31
1 %

7% Mar.

1

Mar.

1

2

15% Mar.
40c

3

Mar. 18

7% Mar.
1
2% Mar. 16
19% Mar. 24
40c
Mar. 18

2

Mar. 22

1% Mar. 18
75% Mar. 31

84% Mar. 16

5% Mar.
2
% Mar. 31

9% Mar. 24
% Mar. 31

8

8

Mar. 16

8

Mar. 22

Mar. 16

5

1%
Sale
Sale

3

10
27

Feb'.

18
7% Feb. 23
1% Jan.
4
15% Feb. 18
40c

Mar. 18

18

2
6%

Feb.

2% Jan.
11% Feb.

64

13

80

Sale

5
9

6

20

13% Mar. 31

2

Sale

Jan.

13% Mar. 27
1

9

183

Mar.
Jan.

50c

2%
13%
75c

5

25

Jan.

13% Jan.

11% Feb.
133

Jan.

84

Feb.
Jan.

17
24

32

Jan.

Sale

6% Mar.
6% Mar.

1
2

9% Mar. 16

16

Jan.

23

12%
135%

31

70

35

Mar.
1
5% Mar. 16
Mar. 23

4

4% Mar.
59% Mar.

30

35

19%

2%

Jan.

Feb.

56

1%

17%

11

9

9% Jan. 20
2% Jan. 10
1% Feb. 23

28

Mar. 28

1%
2
7% Sale
16

109% Jan.
2% Jan.

1% Jan.
1% Feb.

Mar. 15

Mar. 31
Mar. 22

8%
2%

30c

16
21
Mar. 20
Jan.

Feb.

5

8%
11
3% Sale

50c

12

Jan.

7

6

27

13

20

Jan.

Mar. 16

Mar. 18

5

13

18

6

Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.

28

80

Sale

8

50c

Mar.
Mar.

Feb.

Mar. 21

60

4%

2%
.

5

2

Sale

35

12

2

1%
7%
87%
1%

Mar. 25

115

Jan.

23

1% Mar. 18
75% Mar. 31

>:

120 Public Utilitv Holding

25

2,025

Sale

3
25c

19% Mar. 16

8

Public Service

2.819 Pacific Mills

70

2%
8

2

IVA

Jan.

Mar.

v.

10

25c

2
fc'

1,448

11

1%
7%
2

v t c

90 New Engl Equity Corp

2,370

8%

1,022 Internat Hydro-Elec Co...

20

Feb.

Mar. 16

(nternat Button Hole Sew

893
475

Jan.

Jan.

1% Mar.
1% Mar.

87% Mar.
1% Mar.
6% Mar.

1% Mar.
2
2% Mar. 22

25

20

Jan.

79

7

7

1%

65

10

3

1%

77
84

Jan.

8

2

2%

Sale

27

1

Mar.

15

75c

28

Feb.

1% Mar. 16

Mar.

13% Jan.
109
Jan.
5
Feb.

Mar. 25

13% Mar. 27

"13%

Jan.

2

Jan.
Mar.

83

82

20c

19
11
11
4

27

32

24

73

Mar. 31

9

Mar.

Jan.

28

7%

4%

Sale
Sale
5%

25c

1% Mar.

17

135% Feb. 27
85
Jan. 23

106%
2%
7%
35%

1%

Sale

5

Mar.

11
18
11

32

6

1%

4% Mar.

Mar.

25c
8

12

Sale
2
6%

30

Sale

7% Sale
1%
2
1%
1%

8

1%

1%

88%
1%

1% Sale
1% Sale

6

Sale

8

12

Sale

97

3

4

25c

Mar. 25

98

3

Jan.

77
83

Mar. 29

115

Mar.

115

115

Jan.

13

11% Mar.

84

Hygrade-Sylvanla Lamp—
435

10

7

16% Mar. 16

11% Mar.
Mar.

78

Preferred

Mar. 27

Mar.

♦

275 Hathaway Bakeries class B._

5

6

14%

Jan.

16

Jan.

1

Mar.
Mar.

73

100

4,433 General Capital Corp
241 Georgian, Inc (The) A pref..
254 Gilchrist Corp
•
II,768 Gillette Safety Razor Co..

55c

Jan.

14

1% Jan.
% Jan.
51c
Feb.
5
Mar.

83

28

6,093 Edison Elec Illumination.100
2.818 Employers' Group Assoc T C.

Mar. 15

14% Jan.
Jan.

82

1% Mar. 16

80

35

160 Economy Grocery Stores

2

Mar.

1% Mar.

87

28

...

First preferred

20

Sale
2

5%

Eastern SS Lines, Inc new..

105

""""20

common.

Mar. 18

76

1%

170 Brown 8c Durrel Co

Mar. 17

83

8

12

50

570

25

1,129

50c

.........50

57,210 Amer Telep 8c Teleg
100
4,499 Amoskeag Mfg Co
•
I,625 Blgelow-Sanford Carpet... •

40

300

Sale

4

27c

2?

15
84

3

74

89

88

Corp...

Amer Pneumatic Service

95

70

145

Amer 8c Continental

2,630
1,664

Mar. 17

2

MI SCELLANEOUS—

420

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

25c

1%

115

52 Prov & Worcester Ry
100
5 Vermont & Massachusetts 100

10

84

73%
80
13% Sale

50

16,252 Pennsylvania RR

Mar. 16

75

75
84

36 Norwich & Worcester pf.100
262 Old Colony...
100

22

6%
Sale

12%

100

37 Northern RR
31

—

25c

1

6

...

12

20c

100

231

Mar. 16

132

6 East Mass St Ry Co
First preferred
215
Preferred B

11

Jan. 20
Feb. 70
25% Mar . 16
11
Feb.
9

Feb.

6

Mar. 16

82% Mar.

84

295 Chic Jet Ry ftUSY pref

440

6

Mar. 23

14

15

75%

66

50

Mar. 21

13

12

....

11

Mar. 17

127

12
82

6% Mar. 17
7% Mar. 21

12

133

3

12

8

8

7%

Ser D 1st pref stamped..100
68
20 Boston & Providence
...100

13

72

80% Mar. 31

Sale
66

80%
65%

17

97% Mar. 28

98% 100%

87% Sale
67% Sale
17%
22

Sale
Sale
21%
23

Feb.

97% Mar. 28

100

97

103%

6

Feb.
2
97% Jan. 18 97% Jan. 18
95
Feb.
3 97 % Feb. 21
102% Feb. 14 102 M-Feb. 14
69

8054
97

102

80
66

100

519
60
10

33

Par

Boston 8c Albany........100

27% Mar. 30

70

89%
95

1944

Boat 8c Maine prior

--

72

93%

1935

STOCKS

33

69

1934

Boston Elevated

19

95 %

Massachusetts Gas Co 5%s '46

1,616
4,824
3,068

263

1,143

30

84

1948

Swift & Co 5s

Jan.
5
Jan. 31
Jan.
4
Feb.
3

41

4

98

1948

P C Pocahontas deb 7a

Feb. 23
Mar. 3
Jan.

95 %

86

1948

Shares.

Shares.

27

Sale Prices.

Prices

17

23

Seriea D 6a
Kan City Mem * Blrra 4s

17

31

34% Mar. 22
17
Mar.
3

Mar. 15
Mar.
3

33

25

15

Series B 5a

5,500
1,000
16,000
1,000

"e", 060

40

18

33

17

24

East Mass StRK aerA 4Ha

35,000
21,750
1,000

6,000
6,250

43

15

Sale

Prices

30

34

40

38

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest
Sale

Sale Prices

Ask.

Bid.

Ask

Bid.

Ask

Lowest.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.
Bid.

f
1948
67.400 Amoskeag Mfg Co 6a
1946
5,000 Brown Co 5 Ha
1,000 Canad'n IntI Paper Co 6a. 1949
11,000 Chic Jet Ry&US Yda 4a. 1940
5a
1940
22,000

«

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

MARCH.

PRICES IN

•

EXCHANGE

STOCK

the Boston Stock Exchange was closed
the morning of Wednesday, March 15.

and was not reopened until

beginning with Saturday, March 4,

AGGREGATE SALES.

$268,550
587,450

$51,600
223,600

Jan. 1 to Mar. 31

moratoria,

or

1932.

1933.

March

563,604
1,811,444

366,739
1,113,832

Shares

_

Bond Sales.

1932.

1933.

Stock Sales.

March

5% Mar.
2
% Mar. 31
8

Mar. 16

4%
1%
6%
5%

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

13
6
28

20% Jan.

11

Jan.

25

1

Feb. 24

13% Feb.
9
Jan. 25

10% Jan.

25

Jan.

11

1% Jan.

12

Jan.

10

6

8

2% Jan.

5

20

Jan.

1

Jan.

9
12

19% Jan.

24

94

Jan.
Jan.

17
5

9

Jan.

14

4

25c
9

Feb. 24
Jan. 11

5% Feb. 23
1% Jan.
6
8
Mar. 22
10% Jan. 11

April, 1933.]

March.

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.

STOCKS

7

25

8

10

Ask

7

Sale

Ask

Bid

7

Sale

29 X

Mar.

1

Sale

Prices

30

6

Mar. 16

6

1

Mar.

Highest.

Prices

7

11X Mar. 16

Mar. 30

Feb.

Sale

25

1

25

Mar. 30

Mar. 16

6

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

1

33X Mar. 31
30%. Mar. 16
% Mar. 21

IX
39%
31%
X

28

32

Mar. 20

Mar.

36

33% Sale
31
31%

Sale

31

31%

.50

Sale

1

IX Sale

.50

1

1

1

16
16
27
17

8

Jan.

10
3
13

Feb.
Jan.

17
3

Feb.
1
IX Jan. 11
39% Mar. 16

30% Jan.
X Jan.

18

32

Jan.

5

6

1

Jan.

9

28

Mar. 17

42

Jan.

24

25c

Mar. 23

1% Feb. 24
1% Sale
33 X Sale
31X Sale
50c
Ji

Prices.

8X Jan.
30% Jan.

Mar. 16

7

8

.....

Sale

25

Sale

23

Sale

Lowest.

Highest

Prices

..

6,929 United Founders Corp com..
25
23,391 United Shoe Mach Corp
Preferred..
..25
3,139
412 U S Elec Power Corp
*

150

Bid.

7x
Sale

30%

*

550 Union Twist Drill
600 United Garr Fastener Corp

650

Ask

Lowest.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.
Bid.

5,405 Swift Ac Co
1,882 Torrlngton Go

3,599
5,935

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Jan. 3

Since

50

IN MARCH.

PRICES
Price

STOCKEXCHANGE
In

497

61

EXCHANGE

B08T0N

AGGREGATE SALES

2,281

STOCK

BOSTON

33

2

Utility

Equities Corp S5.50
dlT priority stk allot ctfs..

150

70

41

530 Venezuela Mexican Oil Corp.
•
1,757 Waldorf fVystem Inc

100
513

330 Waltham Watch class B

325

327

410 Wilson & Jones

30

6X
3

5

10

12%

29

59

3
1

9

14

9

35

30

33

7% Mar. 16

5X Feb.

5

Mar. 18

3 X Mar. 30

32

Mar. 20

12

30

3%
IX

.25 Mar. 23

5X Mar. 29
3X Mar. 30

7

5

Mar. 17

.25 Mar. 23

.75

.25

.30

7

10

100
can

25

Sale

.27

6

100

Preferred

86 Westfleld Mfg Co

20

X

7X Sale

*

Prior preferred
84
3,234 Warren Bros

28

1,035

30

%

5

X Sale
IX

23

9X Feb. 23
31

Mar. 23

6%

2% Mar.

1

2

1

1

30

4X Mar. 17

Mar. 20

1

X Jan.
8% Jan.

Jan.

5

1

31

13% Feb.
32

2X Feb. 25

Mar. 20

10
20

Jan.

5

6

Mar. 20

4X Jan.

11

Jan.

10

Jan.

10

1

5X Feb.

stock..

common

18

5% Feb. 18

MINING—

1,373 Calumet & Hecla
3,967 Copper Range Go

385

1,961

2

2X
IX

Mar. 31

3X Mar. 16
2X Mar. 16

IX Mar. 29

IX

'"".50 ""I""

.10

.10

60c

X

11

8

Sale

IX

Jan.

6

16% Mar. 21

Mar.

3

85

3

.60 Mar. 17
10

Mar.

Mar.

3

X Mar. 21

Mar. 15
MMar. 21

13

7X

..

.13 Mar. 15
85 Mar. 31

1

11
1

Mar. 22

.25

____25

50c

60c

.55

9

.25 Mar. 24

.27

.22

.32

12
.30

.50

.25

31c

Sale

.50

.60

30c

35c

.26

.32

.

9X Mar.

13X
.50

.30

EXCHANGE

.40 Mar. 16

4

Jan.

60c

Feb.

6

85c

Mar. 31

9X Jan.

5

13% Feb.

15

Jan.

3
6

7

1% Feb.
20% Feb.

4

34c

Mar. 18

Mar. 27
Jan. 12

55c

Jan.

Feb. 23

15

85c

Jan.

21

20c

Jan.

50c

09X
30c

3

7
30

13% Mar. 24

Feb. 21

75c

Jan.

5c

Jan.

10

25c

Mar. 17

31c

Jan.
Jan.

3

60c

Mar. 15

11

40c

Mar. 16

25c

11

ON OTHER CENTRES.

f

Bul¬

Czecho¬

slovakia

Polish

Hungary

Serbia

garia

Finland

Argentina

Brazil

Zloty

Bucharest

Krone

Dollar.

13% Mar. 24
.50 Mar. 15
25c
Mar. 17
.60 Mar. 15

3

30c

Brought Forward from Page 17.

Table

Canada

% Jan.

9

Cash sale.

RATES OF

Mar.

1

.30 Mar. 15
25c
Mar. 17
.50 Mar. 17
.25 Mar.
3

.75
.35

.45

.1

Utah Metal A Tunnel

r

Sale

9X

Sale"

X

.34 Mar. 18
.55 Mar. 27

.50 Mar. 27

.50

1

5

Apex Mining

Kx-dlvldend.

i

6

Jan.

10
1

IX

510 Union Land & Copper Min Co

No par valii«i

X Jan.

Mar.

10c

Mar. 16

Mar. 22

-----

1

IX

30c

2,018 Pond Cr Pocahontas Co....*
25
3,063 Ouincy

5,025
•

10

14

85

Sale

10

Sale

10

Sale

1
25c

10

Utah

Jan.

16% Mar. 21
85

.50

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Sale

24(0

435
897

1,475
8,425

3% Mar. 16
2% Jan.
9
10c

20% Feb.

570 Old Dominion Co

500

10

Mar.

.50

.50

Sale

15

5

5,330 North Butte

550

11
17

Jan.

Mar. 15

50 Normanda Mines

3,540

IX Feb.
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15

15X

14%

nx

51c

25

1,047 Niplsstng Mines

20

10

30c

.

25
716 Mohawk
147 New River Co preferred......

220

13%

75c

25

1,860 Keeweenah Copper
1,789 LaSalle Copper

1,348

IX
2X
IX Sale

85

12%

-...1

350 Isle Royal Copper...

20

130

2

1

Preferred...

11

11

2%

2X
IX

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25

300 Island Creek Coal

130

2%
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25

500 Hardy Coal Co

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26

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MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON
Stock Sales.

Shares. 113,160

__261,978

249,456

Jan. 1 to March 31

$8,000

March

89,939

Jan. 1.

BONDS

STOCKS

Shares.

Shares.
120

'

;

Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

Ask. Bid.

Ask.

Sale

Prices.

Lowest..
Sale Prices.

40

Sale

35

Mar. 16

65

70

65

Mar. 15

453* Mar. 30
67
Mar. 28

554 Mar. 30

6% Mar. 25

5% Sale

8

6%

Arkansas Nat Gas

863

241

Preferred.

-

*

53*

Blaw-Knox Co
140 Clark (D L) Candy

*

43*
53*
153* Sale

....

*

4,026

8,391

352

1,226

Devonian Oil

*

Columbia Gas Ac Electric

100 Electric
25

39,229

Fort

100
Pittsburgh Brewing... 1

90

18,404
100

1,361

1,983
2,399

....

320 fones 3c Laughlln St'l pf..l00
1,840 Coppers Gas Ac Coke pref.100

600
50

100 McKinney Mfg
.....
2,176 Vfesta Machine.........

1,300
5,400
250
430

1,425
2,148
1,699
1,987

3,623 Pittsburgh Plate Glass....25
5,463 Pitts Screw 3c Bolt Corp.... *
R
2,410 Plymouth Oil...

6%

554

Sale

10

1% Mar. 15
2% Mar. 31
4% Mar. 3
4
10

Mar.

2

Mar. 31

1% Sale

Sale

2%

6

2

Sale
3%

2%

15

Feb.

18

25

8

Jan.

25

16

13* Mar. 16

2% Mar. 31
6
Mar. 15

2% Feb.
8
4% Feb. 28

8% Mar. 16

4

Mar. 16

10

14

Feb.

25

18

49"" "50""

1% Sale
2% Sale

3%

Sale

47%
6

Mar. 31

3

154 Mar.

1

Mar. 15

2% Mar. 16

10

46

45

5% Sale

Sale

.....

65*

1% Mar. 21

Mar. 17

Mar. 22

Mar. 16

2

45

Mar. 23

5

Mar. 31

1 % Mar. 28
Mar. 20

10
1

8

8%

Sale
Sale

6%
15&

5

1%
1354
Sale

Jan.

3
Mar. 15

83* Mar. 16
5% Jan. 14
175* Jan.
9

14
3
3

25* Mar. 16
1
Jan.
4
9
Jan. 18
33* Mar. 17
45* Mar. 16
45
Jan. 24
65
Jan.
6

IH Jan.

4

Feb.

21

m

Mar. 21

2

Mar. 22

Feb.

1

45

Mar. 23

7% Mar. 15
1 % Mar. 28
9% Mar. 27

5

Mar. 31

47% Mar.

9

1% Mar.28

Mar. 16

5% Mar.

2

10

Mar.

2

1954 Mar. 16

10

Feb.

25

33* Jan.

"7" -III
53*
12 5*

6

19

Mar.

37

Sale"

3

20

Jan.

7% Mar. 16
12

Jan.

2%

7

25

28
5
10

Jan.

10

Jan.

11

Mar.

2

165* Jan. 27
1 % Feb. 20
153* Mar. 16
254 Mar. 16

13

Mar. 28

75* Jan.

17

2

Feb.

20

/Jan.

14
23

75* Jan.
6
13* Mar. 28
93* Mar. 27
4
Jan
4
28
Jan
10
10
Mar 16
195* Mar 16
193* Jan
12
23* Jan. 11
153* Mar. 16
25* Mar. 16
9
Jan. 10

2

83*

143*
23*
9

13

1%
6%

1%

2%

Mar. 28
154 Mar. 1

7

8

8

Mar. 15

8

Mar. 15

15* Feb.
63* Feb.

6

135*

Mar. 24

6

Mar. 24

6

Mar. 24

6

Mar. 24

2c

Mar. 22

2c

Mar. 22

lc

Mar. 22

Mar.

1

1

Mar.

1

Feb. 23
Feb. 15

2c

1

1

Feb.

3

Mar.

1

5% Mar; 30

3

Mar.

Mar. 18

10

14

13

1

3

Sale

"5"" "16"'

12

*
...25

3c

lc

3c
Sale

lc

954

11

13

10
1

^Western Public Service....*
Westghouse El 3c Mfg..

Jan.

8

14

1

38

*

Westtnghouse Air Brake..—*

65* Feb. 20

20

1% Mar. 16

8

.....*

United States Glass

Mar.

10

13* Sale

1

United Engine Ac Fdy

Mar. 28

Feb.

7% Mar. 20

7

7%

*

250 Standard Steel Spring

1,375
1,425
2,148
4,759
6,375

Sale

7

....*

...

67

Feb.
Jan.
Feb.

4% Feb.

4%

4

11

7%

5

—

2,300 San Toy Mining
6,400 Shamrock Oil Ac Gas

Sale

*

86 Nat Fireprooflng Corp pref 50
100 Pittsburgh Bess & L Erie..50
4,341 Pittsburg Brewing
50
Preferred
50
2,974
210 Pittsburgh Coal Co pref.. 100

50 Ruud Mfg

5

10

7

61,668 Lone Star Gas.......

420 Pittsburgh Forgings

1,227
3,490

73*

...50

Preferred

Prices.

45% Mar. 30

Jan.

*

1,528 Harb-Walker Refrac com...*
150
3,865 Independent Brewing
2,666

5% Mar. 30

*

Products

350 Hachmeister-Ltnd Co

2,670
2,406

10

......

4%

35 Follansbee Bros pref

52,390

5

Sale

10

.....

7,837

3.728

3

1% Sale
2% Sale

1%

Corp

.

Mar. 16
Mar. 15

7
8

4,440 Armstrong Cork Co..

1,325

65

8

10 Amer Window Glass pref.100

1,493

35

Sale

poi

470 Allegheny Steel
*
10 Aluminum Goods Mfg
*
275 Amer Fruit Growers pref.100

618

Highest.

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Lowest.

March 31.

March 1.

1933.

Par.
$
5,000 Independent Brewing 68.1955
1949
3,000 Pittsburgh Brewing 6s

5,000
3,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

Jan. 3

Since

March.

Exchange was closed
Wednesday, March 15.

PRICES IN MARCH.

PITTSBURGH
STOCK EXCHANGE

In

$2,000

8,000

Jan. 1 to March 31__

NOTE.—Owing to the banking holidays or moratoria, the Pittsburgh Stock
beginning with Saturday, March 4, and was not reopened until the morning of

AGGREGATE SALES.

1932.

1933.

Bond Sales.

1932.

1933.

March

PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE

12% Sale

14

Sale

121 % Sale

50

4%
15 %
23

Sale
Sale
Sale

Mar. 15
Mar.

2

4% Mar. 31
13% Mar. 3
19% Mar. 2

12

1

1

Mar.

6

Mar. 18

2

1

25
25

12

Mar.

1

4% Mar. 31

165* Mar. 17

12 5* Jan.

Mar. 16

193* Feb.

29

15

53* Mar. 30
Jan.
5

Feb.

25

6

Mar.
2
Mar. 18

165* Mar. 17
313* Jan. 11

UNLISTED.

20

3,744
1,200
301

1,235
9,925
3,180
1,600
1,000

Copperweld Steel........__*
General Motors Corp......10
Gulf Oil Corp
25
Leonard OH Development. .25

Lone Star Gas 6% pref

6%% preferred.....

130

17

1,893
785

4,512
1,655
*

112 Penroad Corp vtc_.
8,114 Pennsylvania RR
2,738 Standard OH of N J




z

Ex-dividend,

r Cash

15c

100

65%

100

78'

5%
10M

Sale

Sale

5% Mar. 16
10% Mar. 1

Sale

27

Mar. 20

5% Mar. 16
143* Mar. 16
293* Mar. 16

66

Sale
80

66

Mar. 15

70

10c

Sale

70

Sale
80

80

*
50
25

...100
12,325 United States Steel.
13,727 tWest Public Service v
c _•

No par value,

Sale'

11%
28

12%

sale,

14%
305*
28 %
5%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

15% Sale
23

Sale

25
5

Sale
Sale

t Listed on Mar 16

16% Sale
25% Sale
27
Sale

Sold

as

1% Mar.
145* Mar.

2
2

Mar.

1

235* Mar.
4% Mar.

2
2

23

1%
195*
275*
335*
55*

Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

1

2
16
16
16
15

53* Jan.
9
9% Feb. 27
26}* Jan. 31
15c
Jan.
9
655* Jan.
80
Jan.
1% Jan. 30
135* Feb. 25
23

Mar.

1

235* Feb 28
45* Mar. 2

6

Jan.

30

145* Jan. 11
293* Mar. 16
15c

Jan.

9

72

80

Feb.
Jan.

14
5

1

Feb.

2

19

31

Mar. 16
Jan. 12

335* Mar. 16
55* Jan.
9

unlisted prior to that date.

/

Cleveland Stock

c

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD
-;r

RANGE OF PRICES ON CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

March

1933.

Jan. 1 to March 31

1932.

13,414
64,662

Shares_

—

28,358
98,509

Bond Sales.

1933.

March

1932.

$4,000

Jan. 1 to March 31---

$12,000
34,900

82,000

-

NOTE.—Owing to the banking holidays or moratoria, the Cleveland Stock Exchange was closed
beginning with Monday, Feb. 27, and was not reopened until the morning of Saturday, March 18.

AGGREGATE SALES.

March.

$

"Y.ooo

CLEVELAND
STOCK EXCHANGE

Price

BONDS

Since
Jan. 3.

In

Jan. 3
1933.

Bid.

57,?00

Cleveland Railway 5a...1933
25,000 Firestone of California 5s '42

STOCKS

765 Central United National

mi

mm

«•

mm

100 Clark Fred G..

"

~
m>m

mm

m.

mm

170
m.

—

171
mm

1,819

m,

m

mrn'm.

m.

m.

200

Mills

203 Cliffs Corporation v t c

mm

mm

164

716

Non-voting.. .

Preferred

mm

mm

«.

mm

mm

mm

m.

mm

*

39#

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

•* m.

—

mm

mm'mm

mm

m.

58

m.

—

«.

mm

mm

mm

mm

m.

255

935 India Tire Ac Rubber..

1,741

92

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

~

mm

1,285

205

680
wmrnmmm

mm

mm

mm

mmmmmm

mm

mm'm.

872
35

3,500
35
mmm m m mm

mm

20

14

14#

...*

'

9#
6#

*

No par value*




Preferred

40

Mar. 21

70" Mar.~3l ll6""~Mar." 17

....

9*
....

5

Mar. 28

2

2

Mar. 27

4

4

Jan.

2

34# Mar. 30

36# Mar. 25

i Jan

Mar.

27

Mar. 27

i Feb.

2

Jan.

19

8

Jan.

92

27

Mar. 28
Jan
3

3# Jan.
2# Feb.

34# Sale

13

i Jan.

Jan.

3# Feb.
2# Feb.
Mar. 27

16
15
6

& Jan.
Jan. 14
Feb.
1
i Feb.
1
i Jan.
6

Jan.

9# Feb.
4# Mar .18

£ Mar. 25

Feb.

Feb.

4

22

Feb.

11

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

31

7
25

29

5

Jan.

Jan.
Jan;

Feb.

i Jan.

Jan.

29

Jan.

2#

26

Mar.27

26

Mar. 27

Mar.

2#

5# Mar. 21
10

10

46#:::::

46#

6

Mar. 20

25

4

12

17

12
5
Mar. 20
Feb.
1

Mar.
Feb.

29#

Feb.

Feb.

4

54

Feb.

Jan.

i Jan.
i Jan.

25
11

15# Sale

13#

13#

14

Mar. 22

16

Mar. 17

Feb.

Sale

34

Mar. 31

34

Mar. 31

Mar. 31
Feb.
Feb.

Feb.

11

8

Sale

8

Mar. 31

10

Mar. 17

Mar.
Mar.

Feb.
Jan.

16

2# Mar. 17

5#
39
-

-

2#

45

Vk

80

10

2#

Sale

Sale

1

# Mar 29
.

4

70
74
3

Mar. 24

5

Mar. 24

1

; Feb.

3

38# Jan.

Jan.

26

51#
2#
#
1#
#
1#

Feb.
Jan.

24

Mar.:
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.

Mar. 22

L4
3

Feb.
Mar.;

Jan.
Jan.

# Mar. 22

*#

1#

2

1#

Sale

3#

ip
6

14# Mar. 22
3
8

hH

1X4

Mar. 30

7# Mar. 29

15

Mar. 17

3# Mar. 24
8# Mar. 21

3#

"I"

48
1

23
5
34

2#
Sale

4

107
3

1

7
4

4

1#

Mar. 23

1# Mar. 23

27#

110

Mar. 25 110

3# Mar. 30

Mar. 25

3# Mar. 30

90

29# Sale

Mar. 20

n

1

Mar

.

20

23 £
6

6#

:

:

Jan.

19 *

24

Feb.
Jan.

1
12

Mar. 25

"6# Mar.'20

:

Mar.!

Feb.

16

3# Mar.;
Feb. ;

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

!

Jan.
Jan.

6
21
25

5# Jan.

:

Feb.

Feb. :

Feb.

10

1

14

;

# Jan. 24
9#

10

Sale

25

Sale

3#

4

3# Mar. 24

9# 10#
23# Sale

10

23

Mar. 17
Mar. 18

3# Mar. 24
10

Mar. 17

27# Mar. 17

2

Feb.

8

# Feb. 16
9# Jan.
4
23

Mar. 18

1

,l« J*
510
15

Sale

""I# Sale

m n*
16

Sale

82

82

"l#
:::::
15

Sale

1

Mar

25

5#
10
.....

7

13

5#
75
Sale

3

...

...

14# Mar. 27
70

Mar. 22

.....

8

13

10

8

10

6

Jan.

20

Feb.

10

1

Mar. 17

1# Mar. 23

9
18

# Jan. 24
3# Mar. 24
# Feb.

16

10

Mar. 17

32

Jan.

23

1

Jan.

6

2# Feb. 11
10# Jan. 18
6

Feb.

10

13# Feb. 24

17# Jan.

9

81

5

Mar. 22

77# Mar. 23
Feb.

10

6# Feb. 23
# Mar. 28
1# Mar. 23

13

70

60

#
2

6#

Mar. 25

5

10

75

# Sale
...

16
Mar. 17
75# Mar. 31
77# Mar. 23

16

10

75

Jan.

1
6

\?A
Sale

85# Sale

.-.16

1# Mar. 18

10

77# Mar. 23
—

9

Jan. 25
Feb.
7
Jan. 31
Feb. 23

Jan.

83
6

33

2#

2

18
17
12

2# Feb.

3

"3#

1}

"6#

Feb.

Feb.

8# Jan.

110

3#

2

Jan.
Jan.

Mar.:

18

24

2*-6
"5# 15**

Feb.
Feb.

1

6
1

100
1

Jan.,

1# Feb.

7
5
126

Feb.

7# Mar.:

)3
.....

Mar.

19

88
3

# Mar. 22

...

12

Mar. 31
Feb. 11

'

38#
.....

1#

4

34*

38#

—.

80

Jan.

25

# Mar. 28
1# Mar. 23
7
3

Feb. 18
Feb.
7

Jan.

77# Mar. 23
5

Feb.

7# Jan.
60

Jan.

10

12
25

10# Jan. 17
1# Feb. 18
8# Jan. 28
3

25

18

20

23

7

14# Jan.

25

10

15

Feb.

14# Jan.

...

50
100

Feb.

34# Mar.
# Feb.
70
Mar.

4#

200 Youngstown Sheet Ac Tube.*
225

34# Mar. 31

Feb.

{ Jan. 25

34

25

260 Thompson Products Ino
.*
193 Trumbull-Cliffs preferred 100
13,884 Union Trust..............25
110 VIchek Tool
*
306 Weinberger Drug........ .*
145 West Res Inv Corp pr pref 100
...

39

95

26 Standard Oil of Ohio pref. 100
60 Stouffer Corp "A"..

300 White Motor

Mar. 21

28

100

Preferred

Sale

8

......

329

95# Mar. 31 106

Mar. 20

Feb.

50# Feb.
# Jan.
95# Mar.

1*

*

*

3,843 Sherwin-Williams

Mar.

Jan.

68

._*

100

....

7

1#

100

150 Robblns Ac Myers pref v t c].25
1,780 Seiberllng Rubber
I
*
164 Selby Shoe
124 Sheriff Street Market......
*

20

mtmmmmmmmmm

Rlchman Bros

.

"l#

.100

•

325 Patterson-Sargent

6,166

Mar.

*

60 Paragon Refining B 3d end.*

2,736

12

76
10

1#

"22"'

2

40

*

30 Packard Electric stamped...*
360 Packer Corporation....
.*

'"'loo

Sale

30

57

1#

Preferred

70"

9#
8#

120
3h

15

Mar. 20

10# Mar. 18

65

....

Ohio Brass "B"

35"

35
Sale

4

20

...

National Acme..

25

Mar. 24

I Jan.

10

1,171

9#

92

Sale

IX

100

National Refining ........25
69
Preferred.........
100
826 National Tile
•
367 Nineteen Hundred Corp' A*'*

mi

150

10#

*

1,533

"50
mm mm

Preferred...

sale*

-1#
Sale

■

Mar. 31

18

246 National Carbon pfd.....100

85

m mm

35

9

100

95#

4#

15

20 Myers F E Ac Bro

Sale"

3#
1#

*

Interlake SS...

320 Mohawk Rubber......

100

10

7

—...

604 Lamaon Sessions....
...*
205 Medusa Portland Cement.
*
60 Metropolitan Paving Brick..*

mm'mm'

~"

39#

700 Kaynee...................10
660 Kelly Island L Ac T
*

600

mm

31
—

20

Preferred. .............100

60 Harris-Seybold-Potter
5 Higbee 1st preferred
75
2nd preferred....

mm

#

103# 108

110

12

10

♦

-

60

40#

mi

100

590 Halle Brothers............10
115
Preferred.....
.....10#
140 Hanna M A 07 pref
_*
200 Harbauer....-..
•

V

9#

Feb.

X Feb.

75

2#

6% preferred .........lfil

300 Grelf Bros Cooperage
598 Guardian Trust

390
_

110

7

20 Goodyear 1st preferred
205 Great Lakes Towing-.....100

125

17

Jan. 1?
i Mar. 18
i Feb. 15
i Feb.
7
i Jan.
3
I Feb.
7
6 Feb.
1

Jan.
Jan.

6

75

60]
9]

75

2%

58

5,838 Goodyear Tire Ac Rubber

254

11#

T"

30

# Jan.
1# Mar. 18

—

Sale"

12

76

10

7

*

95 Glidden prior pref
81 Goodrich (B F)

20

1

Jan.

1# Jan.

62

2#

30

m.

235

1# Mar. 18

1#
—

4

20*:::::

IX

*

115

mm

Sale

5

200 Fostoria Pressed Steel Corp.*
10 General Tire & Rubber
25

mm

m.

2#

...100

525 Foote Burt

200

mm

—-

92 Ferry Cap Ac Set Screw
...*
150 Firestone T & R 6% pref..100

m.

mm

Sale
75

117
150
11
9#
3#
4#

*

1,065 Federal Knitting Mills

mm

mm

88

Mar. 21

2

Sale

41

43 Edwards (Wm) pref
100
219 Elec Controller Ac Mfg..
*
255 Faultless Rubber...—......*

75

84

4

——

109"

2,557 Dow Chemical.............*
17

Prices.

98# Feb. 11

Mar. 21

84

2

..........1

.

Mar. 21

4#

1/

120 Columbus Auto Parts pref ._*
200 Commercial Bookbinding-..*
156 Corrlgan McKlnney voting.. 1

mm

mm

Highest.
Sale

# Feb.

mm m m mm m.

mm

11#
47

10

1,635 Cleveland Worsted

200
mm

12#
62

100

Certificates of deposit. .100
435 Cleveland Securities prior pf*
683 Cleveland Trust
100
100 Cleveland Union Stkyds
*

*

mm

20

#
1#
5#

.....

...

2

5

#

1,058

mm

251

1#

....

Cleveland Elec 111 0% preflOO

371 Cleveland Rys...

~

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

91# Feb. 21

5

X
4# Sale

200 Chase Brass At Cop pfd
100
897 City ice Ac Fuel............*
116
Pref...—..........-.100

m m -

Highest,
Sals Prices

84

1#
1#
10

*

165

mm

108#
86# Sale

.....

210 Byers Machine A

m,

Lowest.

Par.

537

m.

Ask.

90

300 Allen Industries
375
Preferred
*
115 American Vitrified Prod...50
515 Apex Electric
*
200 Brown Fence & Wire "B"
*

"

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Sale Prices.

March 31.

March 1.

Ask.

400 Aetna Rubber......

•

""loo

PRICES IN MARCH.

\

10
23

17

25
17
17# Feb.
<
Feb.

Feb.
Jan.

13

Baltimore Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON
Stock Sales.
Shares

Jan. 1 to Mar. 31

March

1932.

$50,700
158,200

$81,400

Jan. 1 to Mar. 31__

22,133
63,594

41,128
108,572

1933.

Bond Sales.

1932.

1933.

March

BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE

358,500

NOTE.—Owing to the banking holidays or moratoria, the Baltimore Stock Exchange was closed
beginning with Saturday, Feb. 25, and was not reopened until the morning of Wednesday, March 15.

AGGREGATE SALES.

March.

Jan. 1.

BONDS

600 4s Conduit

1961

Ask.

48 Water

1,000

Lowest.

March 31.
Bid

Ask

Sale Prices.

Sale

Prices.

100

2,500
1,400
2,000

Jan.

13 100

Jan.

13

Jan.

20 100
5 102

Jan.

20

Jan.

Feb.

100

Jan.

6 100

Jan.

9
6

95% Mar. 15 100

Jan.

Sale

95% Mar. 15

95%

95% Mar. 15

100

Feb.
1
16 102
Feb. 24
31 100% Jan. 31
Feb.
9
Feb.
9 101
101
100% Feb. 15 100% Feb. 15
Jan. 20
Feb. 17
91
90

1980

1934

1935
1954

*

—.

STOCKS.

Shares.

97

101

95

99%
96%

100

Mar. 16

12

Mar. 16

Arundel

20 Baltimore Tube
Preferred

10

768

2,297

2% Sale
11

13

2% Sale
10% Sale
1

11%

Sale

16%

Sale

10
1

2% Mar. 15
10% Mar. 15

11

1

Sale

Mar. 27

300 Commercial Credit Corp corn1,156 Commercial Credit pref B..25
6%% 1st preferred
100
159

/

3,960 Consol Gas

23

130

1,756

2,676

100
100
100
100

397 Consolidation Coal
515 Eastern Rolling Mill

_

1,058

*

200 Emerson Bromo Seltx A

145
145

Sai8

1

Jan.

5

10

Feb.

17

28
12

178

12

v

-

10

Mar. 15

13

Mar. 16

10

Feb.
8
Mar. 16

17

Jan.

11

Sale

15

Mar. 31

15

Mar. 31

15

Mar. 31

19

Jan.

12

Jan.

9

2

Mar. 16

„

_

114% Sale

1% Mar. 15
114% Mar. 31 116% Mar. 30
4% Mar. 31
18% Mar. 22

Mar. 29

71

18% Mar. 20

19

18%
Sale

18% Sale

4% Mar. 31
18% Mar. 22

70

70

19

18%

...

Mar. 22
Mar. 20

Sale

56% Sale

104

101% Sale
6c

97%

6

96

Mar. 17
Mar. 30

Mar. 16

4%
26

....

Sale

17

20

Sale

15

Mar. 20

Mar. 15

4%

Mar. 29

23% Mar. 23

4% Mar. 15

157

12,270

*

1,419 United

1,017 United Rys 8c Electric

No par value




8

4

114% Mar. 31 116% Feb.

7

20

Mar. 29

75

70

18% Mar. 20
19% Feb. 24
44

Mar. 31

96

Mar. 31
Jan.

3
4

20

Mar. 29

Mar. 15

15
4

Jan.

5

Jan.

26

Mar. 18

40c

Mar. 29

Feb.
Feb.

10
7

20% Feb. 11
24

Jan.

12

65

Jan.

4

108% Mar. 16 110% Feb. 10
Jan. 30
100% Mar, 27 107

Mar. 18

3

4% Mar. 31

4% Mar. 31
18% Mar. 22

6

4% Mar. 15
Mar. 20

2M Mar. 21
40c

Mar. 27

102

Jan.

3.

Feb.

2

Jan.

19

24% Jan.

16

20c
2

6% Jan.

9

34

Jan.

3

5

Jan.

11

5

Jan.

26

3% Jan.

4

1

Feb. 20

40c

Mar. 29

7

Mar. 31

7

Mar. 31

7

Mar. 31

9% Feb. 17

Mar. 30

2

Mar. 30

2

Mar. 30

2

2% Mar. 16

1

% Mar. 28
19% Jan.
5

21

40c

Sale

7
3

3%

Sale

2%
20

Sale
20%

20

Mar. 24

21

10

2% Sale
20

:::: "i4%

Sale

10

Mar. 31

10

17

Sale

Sale

68

Mar. 31

9

Mar. 21

14% Jan.

20

16

1

Jan.

16

9% Mar. 15

11

Jan.

14

7% Mar. 29

12

Mar. 15

7% Mar. 22

17% Jan.

1

7% Sale

Jan.

6

68

64
40

Sale

40

> Mar. 31

54% Mar.

6

Jan.

6

71

Jan.

18

40

Mar. 31

60

Jan.

23

5c

12c

3%

Sale

3%

12c

Sale'

Sale

3

Sale

12c

Mar. 17

1% Mar. 20

12c

Mar. 17

3% Mar. 15

Jan.

9

5c

Jan.

9

1

Jan.

13

1

Jan.

13

5c

-

50
10

10

Mar. 30

3% Jan.

10% Mar. 16

1%

9% Sale
12

Mar. 23
Mar. 31

9% Mar. 15

1%
16

1% Mar. 28

PortoRican Sugar com

32,159 U S Fidelity 8c Guar

Feb.

4% Mar. 24

4%

8

Jan.

26

57 United Porto Rican Sug pfd
............

6

17

5

5

Sale

22

4

10

Sale

1

8

Feb.

1% Feb.

1%
25

740 Northern Central.

Preferred

Mar. 16

9

Feb.

6c

1%

JiH

34

Sale

Sale
44
Mar. 31
57%
109% 108% Mar. 16 109
100% Mar. 27 101
Sale
96
Mar. 31
98%

Sale

1,742 Penna Water 8c Power......
Southern Bankers Secur Corp
5

44
100

Jan.

1

Feb.

2

10,426 New Amsterdam Casualty..

•

Sale

109

611 Mort Bond A Title
700 Mt Vern-Woodb Mills pref...

367

Sale

25

.....

352 Monon W Penn P S pref...25

2,850

6c

6

Second preferred

12,425 Maryland Caa Co....
1,197 Merch & Mlnera Tranap

-

5%
1%
116%

t..25

239

—

4

Sale

2% Mar. 21

40
-

3

13% Jan. 31
1% Feb. 23
13% Jan. 18

10

preferred

887 Mfra Finance common
1st preferred...
103

20

3,938

Houston Oil

6

Jan.

3

15

Sale

4

707 Finance Co of Am class A

1,203

9% Feb. 23

16

Jan.

2% Feb.

10% Mar. 28

71

19

72%

84 Finance Service preferred—
300

10

23%——

423 Fidelity & Guar Fire Corp. 10
50
1,144 Fidelity 8c Deposit

62

116

64

E L 8c Power

6% preferred ser D
5%% pref ser E
5% preferred

96

50

27

1% Mar. 20
10% Mar. 20

11

Convertible A

175

1,308

Jan.

2

12% Jan.
55

1

19

7% preferred—...

1,542

1

3

10% Sale

10%

13

*

common

300
43

12

Feb.

Mar. 20
Mar. 27

3

common.....

390 Ches & Pot Tel of Bait pf. .100

355

Jan.

6c

*
50

124

232

12

2% Feb.

...

Black 8c Decker

23 103

Par.

Corporation

101 Atlantic Coast L (Conn)

60

Feb.

50

12

11%
55

Jan. 31
Feb. 21
Feb. 17

7 106% Feb.
7
Feb. 23

103

200 Appalachian Corp

19,063

8,824

12
Jan. 31
Feb. 21 101
Feb. 17 100

106% Feb.

.1935

1957
21,000 Maryland Elec Ry 6%s
7,000 North Avenue Market 6s. 1940
1,000 Wash Bait & Annap 5s—1941
23,000 United Ry & El funded 5s 1936
First 6s.
1949
47,000
Income 4s (flat)
61,000
First 4s.
-1949
122,000

Shares.

12

4%s_1953

500 Commercial Credit 6s

Feb. 24 100

100% Jan.

1937

5%s.
9,000
9,000 Consol Gas gen 4%s
1,000 Consol Gas El Lt & Pr

8,000
11,000
16,000
37,000

21 100

13
Feb. 21
Feb.
8

Jan.

100

1,000 4s Harbor
1,700 3%s

5,000

Feb.

99% Feb. 21 101
100

(cpn)

Bait Spar Pt & Ches

8

100

100

100 4s 2nd School Loan... —1948
1947
700 48 2nd Water

1,000

1
13

100

Improvement--1951
Laon
1951

4s 3rd Sewer Ser

Jan.

Prices.

17 101% Feb.
Jan.
13 100
4 102% Feb.

100

1957

Paving

Jan.

1960

House.

48 Annex
4s

98%

95%

Sale

Prices.

..1958
1958

4s School

Highest.

Lowest.

Highest.
Sale

100 % Feb.

600 48 Annex Improvement.. 1954
1952
1,000 4s 3rd School

_

Ask

99 %

Loan...

4,000
400

Bid.

—1961

4s Sewerage Impt
100 4s Burnt District
700 48 Conduit

8,300

_

Bid

1962

100 48 Jones Falls..

_

March 15.

1933.

BALTIMORE CITY BONDS—

$

_

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN MARCH.

Price

EXCHANGE

Jan. 3

Since

s

PRICES

BALTIMORE
STOCK

In

Jan.
Jan.

13

6c

10

14c

Jan. 17
Feb. 15
Jan.
4

12c

1% Mar. 20

4

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales.

1933.

1932.

124,941

237,634

March

432,290

March

858,798

Jan. 3 to Mar. 31.

Shares

Jan. 3 to Mar. 31

Bond Sales.

1933.

1932.

$6,000
83,000

$24,000
89,000

NOTE.—Owing to the banking holidays or moratoria, the Los Angeles Stock Exchange was closed
beginning with Saturday, March 4, and was not reopened until the morning of Wednesday, March 15.

AGGREGATE SALES.
In

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

PRICES

March.

BONDS

1933
Bid.

1,000 Great Western Power

5s. 1946

2,000 L A Gas & Electric 6S....1942
2,000
5Hs___
1947
5s
2,000
...1961

104
102

1,000 L A Gas & Electric 5s

1939

103

58

1,000

1,000 Miller & Lux 7s
1935
3,000 Pacific Gas & Elec 5%s..l952
5s
1,000
1955
3,000
414s.
..1957
1,000 Pacific Light & Power 5s. 1942
1,000

So Calif Edison 5s

2,000
1951
5s
7,000
1952
5s_
7,000
1954
2,000 Southern Calif Gas5%8_1952
8,000
4%«
1961
17,000 So Counties Gas 4^s
1968
2,000 Union Oil of Calif 6s
1942
__

3,000

Shares.

"""200
200

15

1,000
2,650
500

"""400
900

631 Broadway Dept Store pfd.100
100 Byron Jackson........
*

1,150 California Bank

""'700

1,413 Goodyear Textile pref.

1,800

2,100
400

700

1,700
3,200

25

4,350

Preferred

series

100
10

Pac Gas 8c Elec com..
1st pref 6%

236

lo
2,600
6,700
400
20

25,200
30

7,600

104

105

101

10234 101

99

100

91

105

106

104
104

10434
10434
104%

101

102

97

99

88
88

89

86
83

88
Sale

104

105

89

98% Sale
9734
9834
9734
9834

100

10334

105

1% Sale
3%
3%
1%
37%

oVA
30
1

2

1%

1%
45

400 Pacific Public Serv pref
50 Pacific Tel & Tel pref

Sale
Sale

1

9834 Mar.

9734
9734
9734

96
98

1

9834 Mar.

1

100

8434
81

100
62

Jan.

23

Jan.
Jan.

23

18
17

Jan.

98% Mar.
10434 Jan.
1003* Feb.

83

83

Mar.

1

83

Mar.

1

13
29
24

23

Mar.

1

Feb.

6

Feb.

27

Jan.

24

Jan.

20

Jan.
Jan.

23

Jan.

13
17

Jan.

24

104% Feb. 10
105
Jan.
103 3* Jan.

Feb.

83

Mar.

1043* Jan.

18
20

92% Jan.
9134 Jan.
1043* Jan.

Jan.

92

103

4534
1434
1063*
10434
1003*
1073*
105

103

8634

101

1

6

Feb. 27
Jan. 24

4534
1434
105%
10434
1003*
10734

105

96

Mar.
Feb.

62

"9%

25

20

24

12

Mar.

26

31
7

Mar.

26

Mar.

6

30

Sale"

6

5%

5%
11
Sale

71%
Sale

33
4

5%
6

5%
6%
11

Sale

5

6%
5%
12%

22

Sale

4

3%

91

"4%
8

Sale

1%

2

1%

"l%

12

2%
2

5%

2

4

10

4

5

89

25%
4%
106%

4%

4

Sale
Sale

1%

a

%

102% 105

81

1%
%
%
90

2

102

2%
1%
%
%
79

80

5%

A*

10

Sale

Sale
Sale

5
25
Sale

Sale

25% Sale
21% Sale
19%
19%
23%

6

60% Feb.

6

71

22

1

33

265

Mar. 16

"35""

Mar.

1% Mar. 27

8

8

8

Feb.

3

5

Jan.

2% Feb.

5% Mar. 18

1

Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar. 20
Mar. 28

5%
4

4%

Sale

Mar. 17

22

Mar.

23

Mar.

26

25% Mar.
90% Mar.

84
Sale

4% Mar. 16
9% Mar. 27
27% Mar. 15
24% Mar. 18

19

Mar.

107

Mar.

"28% Mar."23
90% Mar. 17
26% Mar. 16

2%
105
Sale

2% Mar.
1 % Mar.

1%
%

% Mar.

Mar. 17

3% Mar. 16
1% Mar. 21
% Mar. 18

%
Sale

79

Mar. 31

79

Mar. 31

30
Sale

35

Mar.

33

34

4%
1%

42

Mar. 16

36
Sale

4%

Mar.

24% Mar.
20% Mar.
18% Mar.

Sale
Sale

1
4% Mar.
1% Mar. 20

Jan.
Jan.

12
23

6

10

Mar. 27

9

Mar. 31

98
3

'24%
Sale

12

1

Jan.

26

1

Jan.

1% Mar. 27

2

Jan.

9

Jan.

11

5

Jan.

24

2%
6%
9%
9%
30%
25%
22%

Feb.

11
24

Jan.

10

6
Mar. 27
Jan. 10
Feb.

10

25% Mar. 30

43

Jan.

11

89

Feb.

19

Mar. 27

92% Feb. 20
29% Jan. 11

4

Mar. 17

9% Jan. 10
8% Mar. 16
22

Mar. 31

23

Mar. 30
Feb.

107

2%
1%
%
%

14

28
27

150

.

10% Sale
14%

125

9-

Jan.

Jan.

4% Jan.

13

11

Mar. 17 107
Mar. 17
Mar. 29
3% Feb. 14
Feb. 21
1% Jan. 31

Feb.
Jan.

1

Jan.

12

18

Jan.

18

Mar. 31

98

Feb.

9

70

Jan.

31

48

79

Jan.
27
16
Mar. 27
35
4 H Mar.
1

Jan. 20
Feb.
9
Jan. 30
27
Jan. 10
45% Jan. 11

4% Feb. 14
19'

Jan.

20

24%
20%
18%
23%

Mar. 31

Feb.

21

40%
27%
24%
22%
24%

17
16
16
23

86

Jan.

10

90

20
4

Feb.

27

Jan.

4

1

22

Mar.

1

Mar.

1

Mar.

22

5

Mar. 21

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

26

34

Mar. 16
Mar. 16

Mar.

4% Mar.

Jan.

27'A Jan.

Mar. 20
Mar. 16

22

Jan. 30
30
Mar. 16

Jan.

Mar. 28

37%
26%
22%
20%
89%
17%
24%
4%

3

Mar. 20

Mar. 16

24

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Jan.

si

23

89%
15%
20%
4%

Mar. 17

5% Jan.

70

1%
18% Sale

11%

7

46%

4% Mar.
1% Mar.
18% Mar.

24%
20%
18%

4

4% Jan.
107

24

88
1

22

22%

3

6%

8

3

*

4

100

5%

Feb.

93

23

1

23

Mar.

22

9% Sale

Jan.

Mar.

20% Sale
4% Sale
Sale

Mar.

Mar.

13% "14%
21% Sale
4%

4% Sale

5%
3%

Mar. 28

3

88

13%

200

Sale"

Mar.

80

23~

36% Sale
4% Sale
2
1%
21% Sale
37

Mar.

7

61% Mar.
25% Mar.

"55""

45

30
Sale

13% Mar.
2% Mar.

5

Jan.

7% Feb.
9
5% Feb. 11
13% Jan. 10
3
Jan.
3
Feb. 28 301
Jan. 10'

266

19%

26%

1%

38

12% Mar. 16
3% Jan. 23
16% Jan.
5

3

1

4

82%

Sale

Mar. 31
Jan.

Feb. 21
Feb. 28
Jan. 13

5% Jan. 27
4
11% Jan.
2% Mar. 30

2%

20

3%

1

38

4

Mar.

45

28

1% Mar.

~"2%

89

108

Feb.

Mar. 29
Feb.
9

8

25

3

%

Mar.

5
4

88

1%

22

H

Mar.

8% Mar.

,

1%

Mar.
Mar.

3

Jan.

4

3%

2%

24%
21%

3

Mar.

Mar.

4% Mar. 15

88

22

13

66 Weber Showcase & Fix pfd._*
600 Western Air Express.......10

22

25%

Mar.

1% Jan.
1% Jan.

20

9%
3% Mar. 27
9% Mar. 27

_____

4

25

106

""3%

Mar.

33

9%.

90

_»

25

9%
8%
24%

16
Sale

50 Union Bank 8c Trust Co..100
31,400 Union Oil of Calif
25

Sale

6

15

"95""

30 Title Insur 8c Trust Co....25

26

1

1%:::::
8

"26%

*

.....

""8%

4

5%

92% Sale
2%

1

6%
7%
5%
5%
11%
11% Sale
11%
4
4
2%
2%
2%
265
300
266
261% 275
5
10
6
7%
61~~ 63% 61% 63% 60%
5

400 So Calif Gas 6% pref
25
63 So Counties Gas 6%
pref. 100
4,800 Southern Pacific Co
100
._._*

Mar.

12% Mar.
3% Mar.

9%

29,100 So Calif Edison Ltd com...25
442
Original preferred
25
10,100
7% preferred
....25
14,600
6% preferred
..25
9,500
5*4% preferred
25
.......

37

12% Mar.
3% Mar.
9% Mar.

4

9

26

Nat Bank...25
200 Shell Union Corp com......*
1,000 Signal Oil-Gas A
25

Mar.

28

4

slHJan.

Mar.

10%

3

27

•

45

33

16%

•
... ...

Mar.

Feb.

Mar. 15
Jan.

2

10

IP*
36

•

com

39

Sale

If

Mar.

1% Mar.

50

30%
87%

*

39

4

1

39%
90%

100

3% Mar.
1 % Mar.

3%
2%

10

38%

new

3%
1%

33

1%

It*

17,550 Security First




100

8

23

64 S Joaq Lt 8c Pw 7% pr pfd.100

*No par value.

I

Mar.

9634
8834

96

Sale Prices.

1

9734 Mar.

1 100

34

22

•

2,600 Pacific Western Oil Corp

118,600 Transamerlca Corp

1

1%

3

25

10

Oil of Calif

95

9234
10734 103

25

1,300 Taylor Milling Corp.

Mar.

30

87

30%
24%

144
6% preferred
6,500 Pacific Mutual Life Ina

31,600 Standard

9734 Mar.
100

Highest.

Prices

10534 Jan. 13 10534 Jan.
10734 Jan. 23 10834 Jan.
104% Jan. 24 1043* Jan.
1 10134 Jan.
9734 Mar.

102

100J4 101%
9434
9534

30%
24%

25

3
6% prior preferred
100
120 Seaboard Dairy Cred pref.100
50 Seaboard National Bank...25

2,800
4,300
3,200

47
28

9%

1,000 Richfield Oil Co

100

Sale

50

23

5% Sale
9%

4,100 Republic Pete Co Ltd.....10

14,100

48

17

101

600

100

45

10

.

D

300

4,900

50
20

*

com

Preferred .........

95
102

10034

18

10

..*

38

Sale

47

6

.100

com

900

Lowest.

Sale Prices

60

310

...

300
5%% preferred
1,600 Pac Lighting Corp

"""50
500

6% pref

Preferred series A

Sale
57

10

100 Pacific Clay Prod
*
5,500 Pac Finance Corp common. 10

""400
800

..

L A Investment Co

400 Monolith Portl Cem

9734

62

3
290

Preferred
...10
366 Mortgage Guarantee Co..100
100 Pac Amer Fire Ins Co
10

126

""800

L A Gas & Elec

Highest.

Prices.

10134 103
9834 100

58

»

500 Internat Re-lnsur Corp....10

300
200

10234

102

»

2,100 Hancock Oil Co A.......,..*

2,743
4,600

900

*

486 Goodyear Tire & Rub pfd.100
300 Hal Roach Studios 8% pfd.25

300
834

96%

104

101

9

173 Farmers & Merch Nat Bk.100
800 Globe Grain & Milling
25

2,200

102

37

1,200 Consolidated Oil
1,500 Douglas Aircraft Inc
1,300 Emsco Derr & Equip Go

251

Sale

Ask

62

...25

240 Central Investment Corp.100
1,700 Chrysler Corp
»
4,400 Citizens Nat Bank
20
2,800 Claude Neon Elec Prod Ltd.*

500

Lowest.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.
j

95%

....25

25 Calif Packing Corp

44
40

Bid.

Par.

500 Associated Gas & Electric..*
300 Barnsdall OH Corp A
25
2,200 Bolsa Chica OH Corp A
10

15

.

__

STOCKS

Shares.

63

"""250

March 1.

Ask.

101

L A Railway 1st mtge 5a..1938
1st ref 5s
2,000
1940

1,000
1,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Jan. 3

1.

Jan.

IN MARCH.

Price

Since

5% Mar. 16

Mar.

150

Mar. 20

9% Mar.

11

Mar. 16

Mar. 31

Mar. 31

11% Feb. 25

4%
125

Mar. 21

9% Feb. 28
2
2% Feb.
12% Feb. 25

Feb.

8

Feb.

11

Jan.

31

Jan.

12

Feb.

16

Feb.

9

18% Jan. 21
25% Jan.
9>

J*

24

20S*

Jan.

4

Feb.

17

Jan.

4

Feb.

4

UH Jan.

4

Jan.

14

Feb.

2

15

V

San Francisco Stock Exch.
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE SAN
1932.

476,694

1,049,408

March

2,063,689

Shares_

Jan. 1 to

Bond Sales.

1933.

322,046

Stock Sales.

March 31

March

-----

Jan. 1 to March 31

1932.

1933.
$61,000
296,500

$190,500
650,500

the San Francisco Stock Exchange was closed
reopened until the morning of Wednesday, March 15.

NOTE.—Owing to the banking holidays or moratoria,

beginning with Saturday, March 4, and was not

AGGREGATE SALES.
In
March.

PRICES

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

BONDS

Jan. 1.

S

$
7,000
2,000
27,000
2,000
130,000
2,000
2,000
9,000
3,000

3,000

~2~6o6

i¥,666

1,000

5* 000

6,000

1935

Associated OH Co 6s

Ask
35

30

5s....1940

61

55

Emporium Capwell 5 Ms
1942
Ins Exch Bldg Co 6s...1931-44

Langendorf United 6%% 1941
Los Ang Gas

& Elec Corp 6s'42

5%«

75 %
105

82

1952

5s

STOCKS

37

40

20

80

85

81

103

3,247 Calamba Sugar Estate com 20
Preferred
-———20
1,245
1,000 California Copper cap.....10
190 Calif Cotton Mills cap.—100

101" 104%

105%
105%

74%

5,770

"3", 895

13%

1%
1%

19%
1%

2%
157%
1%
2%
1%
1%

8%
12%

1

9
16

Sale

6% Sale
13%
18
75%
79
12
200

1

1%
102

1%
2%
1% Sale

*7%

2

14

8,112 Fireman's Fund Insur cap 25
155 First Nat Corp of Portland A *
6,890 Food Machinery Corp com._•
815 Foster & Klelser com——_10

500

(capital)

»

780 Hale Bros Stores, Inc, cap—*
Hawaiian Commercial ficSugar

355

2,002

1,367
r

1,180

Co., Ltd, capital....—„25
Home Fire & Marine Insur

Calif capital.....10
525 Honolulu Oil Corp Ltd cap.*
820 Honolulu Plantation cap..50

150

620

Co

of

399 Hunt Bros Packing Co cl A..*

479 Investors Assn The (capital)*

65

300 Jantzen Knitting Mills com
1,964 Langandorf United Bak cl A *
2,880 Leslie-Calif Salt Co capital.*
1,960 L A Gas & Elec Corp pref—100
j

"510
1,191
773

7.547

17.855 Magnavox Co Ltd capital
995 Magnln fit Co (I) common
60

"206

Preferred

*

*
100

1,146 Marchant Cal Mach Co com 10
620 Market St Ry prior pref
100
436

12%
240

13%^14%
11

"Sale

200

10%
2%
15

1

Mar.

m

Sale

8

Mar.
Mar.

11

10

30
514
*




Feb. 20

93

12

5%

1

1%

1

25

32%

27

Mar, 18
Mar 22

8% Mar

1

Mar
Mar

5% Mar

1

Sale

17

19

19

Sale

12*

10
10

1% Jan.

13

25

Mar.

1

2

Feb.

12% Mar. 16

152% Jan.
5
2% Mar. 16
1% Jan.
6

1% Feb.
Mar.

1

Mar. 23
Mar. 20

8

% Jan.
% Jan.

14% Mar. 17

77

Mar. 22

85

8% Mar.

1

Feb.

28

31

5% Feb.

27

9% Mar. 16
Feb. 20
79
Jan. 27

9% Mar. 16

Feb.

20

75

Mar. 17

70

Mar. 30

Mar.

13% Mar. 16

11

Mar.

1% Mar.
7% Mar.

1% Mar. 16
9

Mar. 16

7% Mar. 15

Mar.

9

Mar. 20

7

200

2% Mar. 16
Mar.
1

15

20

35%
12%
6%
%

Sale
Sale
Sale

27%
3%
%
4%

30

1%

34% Mar. 30
11
Mar. 21
6% Mar. 21
1
Mar.
1

3%

5

6% "9"

6

28%
3%

"6%

26%

29

28

30

23

20%

21%

8

9

40

28

35

30

4

2

2%
«

4

3%
.....

5

12

14

92% Sale
% Sale
3%
4%
57% 7°
2%

1%
2%

2%
2
3%
5
4%
8%
12
91% Sale

4%
70
%

8%

Mar. 15

aV/s

Sale

2% Mar. 16
Mar.
1
41
Mar. 15
12% Mar. 31
8
Mar. 25
1% Mar. 24
15

Jan.

1

Feb.

20% Mar . 15
8% Mar. 29
30
Mar. 31

25
15
20
22

Mar. 15

2

44

Jan.

14

5% Jan.

4

Jan.

31

12% Mar. 31
8
Mar. 25
1% Feb.
2

25
25
20
28

27%
4%
%
6%

Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.

33

Mar. 31

11
1

4%,

12

87%

3

52%
%

26%|Mar.
3% Feb.
% Mar.
5% Mar.

Mar. 31

27% Jan.

6

19% Jan.
8% Feb.

14
24

6

114
88%

Mar. 21
13% Mar. 24
93% Mar. 17

30

% Mar. 30

% Mar. 16

Sale
6%

Mar. 16

Mar. 16

%

60

Sale

59

3

13

19
3

12

100
cap.

10

2

8%
7%
4

12
10
Sale

2

9

10%
3%

60

Mar. 16

Sale

"2

Mar. 31

17

11

10
3

10

Mar. 21
Mar. 15

60%
20

3% Mar. 24

Feb.

3

3% Jan.

31

6

89

Mar. 30

9

Jan. 31
Jan.
5
Feb.
2

3

Jan.

25
15
25
23

22% Jan.
6
8% Mar. 29
33
Mar. 16
2
Feb.
3

4% Feb. 23
11% Feb. 24

14

98% Jan. 30
% Mar. 16

% Mar. 30
3% Feb. 25

3% Jan.

14

Feb.

17

61% Jan.

% Feb.
2% Jan.

15
3

Feb.
2% Jan

11
2
3

8

60

70

Mar. 31

2% Mar. 13
3

5

16
4

34% Mar. 30

21% Mar. 16
8% Mar. 29
32
Mar. 16

4% Mar. 15
12
Mar. 15
89
Mar. 30

7
2

Feb.
Jan.

16

2

3
3%

2%

Feb.
3% Feb.

11

33

2% Mar. 15

2
9% Jan. 27

1

Mar.

6

9% Feb.

10
11

10% Jan.
2% Feb.
15

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

2% Mar. 15

Jan.

14

1
15
Feb. 10
Feb
2
16 215
7
1% Mar. 16

26%
4%
%
5%

4

2

Sale

31

20

%
3%
52%
%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Sale

19

27
2

""5%

32%

20

25
15
20
28

26%
3%
%
5%

4%

12% Mar. 16
31% Jan.
6

Mar. 29

19

Mar. 30

3%

2

14

13

14

17

11

7

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 15

70

9

1

Mar. 21

22

210

8

% Feb. 20

12

14

Sale
Sale

9% Mar. 17
Jan. 31

13

28
4
Mar. 18

14%

12%

Mar. 18

3

Feb.

101

Mar. 21

10%

Sale

6

Feb.
Jan.

69%

68

11
2%

6

Jan.

40
20

Mar. 17

IV*
78

18

1%
8%

12

13

Feb.

11

29

Sale

15

1%
8%
8

Sale

11% Jan.

2

17

preferred 6% cumul—100

170
5%% preferred
4,683 North Amer Oil Consol

No par value.

20

12% Mar.

9% Mar. 17
11
Mar. 20
% Mar. 27

% Mar.

10

220

38% Sale
11

2% Mar. 16
1% Mar. 16

2% Mar.

Sale

77

18

""5%

Mar.

1

82

11.
Zl

43% Sale
4%

2%

2

480 Natomas Co capital
*
615 North Amer Inv Corp com.100
95
6% preferred..——..100

""16

77
Feb.
9
3
30 105% Jan. 30

Mar. 23 106% Jan.

102

Mercantile Amer Realty Co

196

1
18

102% Mar. 27
105% Feb. 23

Mercantile Laundry

6,515 Golden State Ltd cap
...»
1,135 Haiku Pineapple Ltd com—20

1,000

360

10

2% Mar.
102

130

75%

8% Sale
20% Sale
20%
21
5% Sale

12% Mar. 17
16% Mar. 16
1% Mar. 17
3
Mar. 18
120
Mar. 29

Mar.

1

1

Sale

3
116

84

7%
7%

common

Feb.
Jan.

104
85

Jan.

Feb.

5

3
6

16

Feb.

Feb.

Jan.

106% Jan.
105% Jan.

Jan.

40

12

8

*

8
12

12% Mar. 17
12% Mar.

14%

7%

_*

14%
75

Sale

10*

1% Sale

cap

13%
12%

14%

6%

Gotland

Mar. 23

Mar. 23 102

102

13%
%

7

302

Feb. 23

3
19 72% Jan.
53
Mar. 20
Jan. 31
14% Jan. 18 40% Mar. 22
80% Mar. 22 81% Mar. 17
103% Feb. 25 103% Feb. 25

93

%

♦

1

11

23

25

75

%
1%
20

8%
%
%

*

121 Fireman's Fund Indem cap 10

1%
2%
Sale

Preference series B

5

10

32%

Feb.

105% Feb.
70%

25

Preference series A

999 El Dorado OH Works cap

12%
Sale

13

787

450

Jan.

2

102% Mar. 27 102% Mar. 27

102

80

1*
20

8%
9%
30% Sale
30

11%
40

_

1,675

20

21

60

Feb.

102% Mar.

89

727

2,711

4
13

21 100% Jan.

Mar. 31

Feb.

85

102

365

5,958

Jan.

98% Mar. 15

98% Mar. 15

93

*

partic pref

1,945 Emporium Capwell

Mar. 16

105% Jan.

1

150
33

.....

103%

170 Crocker First Nat Bk SFcaplOO
12,642 Crown Zeller com vot tr ctfs *

Inc class A

Jan.

70

105% Jan.
98% MAr.

103

84

pref.100

165 Clorox Chemical A
*
538 Coast Cos Gas & El 1st pf 100
Consol Chemical Industries

1,731

30

4

103

106

102

71%

14%

27,485 California Packing cap
*
4,075 Calif West States Life Ins.. 10
1,665
Voting pool
10
58,357 Caterpillar Tractor cap
*

84

53
Mar. 20
40% Mar. 22
81% Mar. 17

67%

139 Calif-Ore Power 7%

26,628

80% Mar. 22

100

98

321 California Ink Co Inc A

100

Jan.

21

Jan.

paf

1,598 Bond fic Share Ltd cap
4,217 Byron Jackson com cap

12,758
1,128

Mar. 15 103
Jan.

71% Jan.

43% Mar. 29
Mar. 18

35

34

100% 102% 100

85

145

44

102%
22%
63%
100%
50%
31%

16

106% Sale
104%

664 Bank of Calif Nat Assn caplOO

"""308

55% Mar. 15

70
43

36

Highest.
Sale Prices.

Prices.

9
6 108% Feb.
108% Feb.
105% Jan. 21 105% Jan. 21

Sale

129

100

50% Mar. 31

Sale

82

24

808

200

Mar. 16

70

80

63

16

13

1,335

50% Sale

101%

—-

33

18

293

78" :::

28
12

40

1,113

56%

Mar. 16

70

100

16,093 Anglo-Calif Nat'l Bank
20
1,812 Assoc Ins Fund Inc com caplO
1,888 Atlas Imperial Diesel Eng A *

500

65

55%

72% Sale

35 Alaska Packers Assn cap—100

~5~728

26%
70

..1949

Alaska Juneau Gold M cap-10

1,374

19%

Coast Co G&ECo 5s....1960

Shares.
120

jHighest.
Sale Prices

102% Mar. 15 102% Mar. 15

103

31

21

64

53

Calif Packing Corp

Ask.

Lowest.

Lowest.
Sale Prices.

March 31.

Ask. Bid.

Bid.

102%

102%

Atlas Diesel Eng Co 6s« — 1935

5,000 Ry Equip & Rlty Co 6s...1938
1,000 S J Lt & Power Corp 6s..1952
5s
1957
1,000
4,000 Union Oil Co of Calif 6s..l942

1,000

March 1.

1933.
Bid.

3,000 Market Street Ry Co 7s..1940
1945
38,500 Miller & Lux Inc 6s
78—..——————1935
11,000
20,000 Nor Amer Invest Corp 5s. 1947
1,000 North Calif Pow con 5s..1948
Orpheum Theatre & Rlty Co
6s
1946
1,000
7,000 Pacific Gas & El Co 5s...1942
5 Ms
1,000
1952
5s
1955
2,000
1936
6,000 Pacific Pub Serv Co 5s
5,000 Pacific Tel & Tel Co 5s... 1937

6,000
10,000
19,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN MARCH.

Price
Jan. 3

%

Mar. 16

60
15

Jan.

4

60% Feb.

Feb.

9

15

Feb.

9

"2" "Mar ."31

2

Feb.

15

3 % Feb.

Mar. 21
Mar. 15
Mar. 25

11

Mar. 21

6
16

10

Mar. 15

12% Jan.
12
Jan.
5% Jan.

60

1110
4

3% Mar. 24

10
4

April, 1933.]

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE SALES.

SAN

FRANCISCO

PRICES IN MARCH.

In

March.

Jan. 3

Since
Jan. 1.

Shares

Shares.

STOCKS

1933,

March 1.

Par.
668 Occidental Insurance cap..10

283

;

•

.

8%
IX

220 Oliver United Filters Inc A..»
B....
•

675

3,118
621
267

2,798

Sale

21

Sale

911

700

3,008
1,465
P 215

98

Sale

%

102%
10

11,920
50
621
595

129,704
4,838
2,205
175

12,563

268
200

3%
2X

102% Mar.
11% Mar.

7*
5

%
%

%
%
5

65

40

80

84

%
4%
29%
6 y8
13 %

50 Weill At Co (Raphael) pf.100
852 WellsFargoBk 8c UnTr cap 100
200 West Amer Finance Co pf_.10

Pipe & Steel of Calif
................10

common




Mar. 18

42

3%

3%

Sale

ii»
25 %

Sale

Sale

Sale

38
Sale

220

%

2

13 X

Sale

5
5%
2%
a
21% Sale

31

25

3%
26

iiH M

Sale

12

17 X

1.50

Sale

5

Mar. 17

2% Mar .*30

% Mar. 16
% Mar. 22

%

1

5%

6%

1

134

3

3I*

4%

Sale
Sale

IX

2

19% Sale"

25% Jan.
23% Jan.
93% Jan.

Feb.

28

43

5

Feb.

25

2% Feb. 16
1% Mar. 17
Feb.
Jan.

6
6

% Jan. 31
% Feb. 24

H

5%

5%
3%

Jan.

4% Jan.
81% Jan.

10
11
9
10
11
16
5
5

6
Jan. 12
Mar. 18

Jan.

30

% Jan. 26
% Feb. 16
6

Jan.

14

2% Feb. 16
3
1

Feb.

3

Feb.

6

6% Feb. 21
% Mar. 20
% Jan.
3

Jan.

24

2

37% Mar. 17

40

Mar, 17

37% Feb.

6

40

Mar. 23

80

Mar. 23

80

Mar. 23

97

4

Mar. 30

4% Mar. 23

4

61

Mar. 27

2

X Jan.

61 "Mar

"27

12% Mar "I
3

Mar. 20

17% Mar. 16

27

Feb.

23

38% Jan.

23

61

Mar. 27

6% Feb.
6
11% Feb. 25
4% Jan. 16

3

Mar. 20

3

Mar. 20

1

24

Mar. 16

20

Feb. 27

25

Mar. 16

28

Mar.

25

Mar. 16

3%
25%
4%
9%
1 %
12%

Mar.
1
Mar. 16
Mar.
1
Mar.
1
Mar. 28
Mar. 24

Feb.

lhH

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.

17

Mar.

3%
25%
4%
9%
1%
12%

1

24% Mar. 16

17

Feb.

Mar.

1 185

20% Mar.

1

Mar. 16
Mar.

1

6K Mar. 16
Mar. 16
Mar. 20

Mar. 22

170

Mar. 17

% Mar. 23

X

Jan.

Jan.

102% Mar. 31 110
8% Feb. 27 14
1
% Feb. 17

94
Sale

175

Jan.

31
31
31
31

% Mar. 28
2% Mar. 31
69

% Mar. 20
% Mar. 15

90
Sale

170

7% Sale
4%

Mar. 17

6%

10

90

94
195

%
4%
60

4% Sale
9% Sale

3
10% Feb.
3% Jan. 23

80

X

4'
6

Sale

Sale

28

5

"l%Mar." 17

31

5
4%
4%
3%
20 % Sale

65 Teleph Investm't Corp cap.20

2,665 Tide Water Assoc Oil Co com *
Preferred..
100
1,362
422,907 Transamerlca Corp capital..*
19,523 Union Oil Co of Calif cap..25
3,505 Union Sugar Co common..25
*175
Preferred...............25
47,455 United Aircraft ATransp...*

%
4%

aW
Sale

60

3,571 Socony-Vacuum Corp cap..25
39,258 Sou Pacific Co com (cap'l).lOO
12,360 Sou Pac Golden Gated A..*
125 Spring Valley Co Ltd capital *
56.987 Stand Oil Co of Calif capital *

"No par value.

Mar. 15

_

Mar. 31

1
6

Yellow 8c Checker Cab Co—

*

1

.

70

com *

Shell Union Oil Corp com

ser

Mar.

17

% Feb. 16
X Feb. 16

X
X

2

(Consolidated) cl A

Mar. 16

79
107
14

11

35

50

83

Mar. 15

Mar. 17

% Mar.
2% Mar.

Sale

Sale

2

1

7,197

Mar. 16

Mar. 15

22% Mar. 18

69 % Mar.

13%

8

Preferred...............25

Western

1,475

6%

5%% cum conv pref
100
10 Sherman Clay & Co pr pf_100

10

""""16

5

Richfield Oil Co of Calif com

300 Schleslnger & Sons cl A

"9",135

5%

2%
2%
%

100

9,520
110

Mar. 15

8% Mar.
3% Jan.
% Feb.
21
Mar.
21% Mar.
19% Mar.
25% Mar.

%

80 San Joaq Lt 8c Pr prior pf„100

26

"2",063

Mar. 25

%

5

Series A preferred

9

En

Mar.

Sale

1...

Roos Bros Inc common

Sale Prices.

J

Mar.

83

tM Sale
70

First preferred

"1108

Highest.

Sale Price,

ii

21% Mar.
19% Mar.
25X Mar.

mSale

...

.

8X Mar. 17

Lowest,

Sale Prices.

4

10%

Preferred series 2
693
15 i Convertible preferred
855 Rainier Pulp & Pap cl A com

Preferred series

Highest.

Prices.

Sale

420 Ry Equip & Rlty Co Ltd cl A
Class
180

847
118

9X

Sale

'211|
22%

63,111 Pacific Gas & Elec Co com.25
6% 1st preferred
25
62,198
5%% 1st preferred
25
118,555
24,987 Pacific Lighting Corp com..*
$6 dividend pref
*
7,815
3,621 Pac Pub Serv com non-vot..*
First preferred
»
14,524
2,517 Pac Tel 8c Tel Co common.100
Preferred..
..100
1,444
6,845 Parafflne Cos, Inc., com...
s|155 Pig'n Whistle Corp partic pf *

160

Ask.

1

...

103

Lowest,

March 31.

Bid.

'■

865

22,622
16,285
4,970
7,295
2,708

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
<

67

% Mar. 22

6% Mar. 25

7% Mar. 16

170

Jan. 24
Mar. 17

Jan. 20
% Feb.
2
5% Jan.
6
38% Jan. 23
61

Mar. 27

7%
19%
5%
5%

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
25% Jan.

11
11
24
16

16

31
3%
44%
5%

Feb. 20
Mar. 16

24

13

Mar. 22

25

28% Jan.

6

16
31
28
28

Jan.

Jan.
11% Jan.
1% Jan.

11
4
11

4
11

Jan. 26 94
Jan. 26
Feb. 27 210% Jan. 16
% Mar. 22

% Mar. 23
5% Feb. 15

8% Jan.

10

1% Feb. 28

1% Feb

28

Detroit Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON DETROIT STOCK
March

29,960
221,400

Shares

_

Jan. 1 to March 31

PRICES

DETROIT

AGGREGATE SALES.

Jan. 3

In

Since

March.

Jan. 1.

Shares.

Shares.

STOCKS

350

*

Class B

80

355
50

"""856

•

A—-

Class B

IX

16M

2X

136

3,452
2,525
1,319

50
100

460
75

2,961
404

495

Oelsel Wemmer Gilbert com 10

com..10
com—...100
50 Detroit Paper Products
*
1,006 Eaton Manufac'g Co com—*
*
3,723 Ex-Cello Aircraft Ac Tool
25 Federal Mogul common——*
1,731 Federal Motor Truck com—*
731 Federal Screw Works com—*
2,601 Ford Motor of Canada cl A—*
425 Fourth Nat Investors com.. 1
10
24,286 General Motors com
3,307 Graham-Paige Motor com.. 1
Detroit & Clevel Nav
Detroit Edison

1,980 Hall Lamp
Hiram

50
"

"l",065
"145
109

2,082

Ask.

Sale

Lowest.

Highest

Prices.

Sale

Prices.

com.

2

IX

5
3X
2X
7X
8X

1GX

2X Mar. 31
7X Mar. 23

3X Alar. 27
426 Alar. 17
726 Alar. 23

9X Mar. 22

9

1126 Alar. 17

Mar. 28

126 Mar. 17
26 Mar. 22

X Mar. 25

k

s
3

1

2X
54X

2
2
IX

0

5X

6X

2

IX

Sale

1

Sale

a
u

0

51^ Alar. 22

6026 Alar. 18

4X Mar. 30
IX Mar. 23

426 Mar. 30
126 Alar. 23

2X Mar. 18

50 X

u

5

2Vb
X
IX

1

Feb.

8

26c

Feb.

8
1

126 Jan. 30
% Feb.
3
Alar. 27

226 Mar.
7 26 Mar.
226 Feb.
926 Alar.
326 Feb.

31
23
11
22
2

Mar. 28

1

5%

226 Alar. 18

11X Sale'

1

Mar. 31

5

Alar. 24

17

4X

Alar. 24

1

26 Mar. 25

Alar. 17

Alar.
Alar.
Alar.
Alar.

17
22
6
30
23
17
126 Jan. 18
Jan.

23

5

Mar. 24

17

17

Alar. 24

17
23

3

1 X

rt

2
2X

IX

Sale

IX

20

1126 Alar. 31
126 Alar. 28
126 Mar. 24

4X Alar. 30

x

426 Mar. 30

426 Mar. 30

IX Mar. 31

2

3X Mar. 29

11X Alar. 31
IX Mar. 28
IX Alar. 24

126 Feb.
Feb.

2

5^4 Jan.
526 Jan.
826 Jan.

12

i?8

Feb.

8
6
11

Jan.
4
2
326 Feb.
2X Jan.- >6.
Jan.

4

11

526 Jan.

226 Jan.
5126 Alar.
126 Jan.
426 Alar.
126 Alar.
70c Jan.

Mar. 31

6

1926
13 26
126
126

Prices

!
10

526 Jan.

2

5

Sale

1

X

2X
6

Feb.

5

r3

Jan.

72

Jan.

17
5

6
11
5*
17
226 Alar. 18
126 Jan.
526 Jan.

3 26 J an •
70c
Jan.
1»

Jan.

28

726
1926
1426
226
226

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

21
11
11
5
13

CQ

& Worts com

4%

5X
IX

Sale
12c

4X
10 X

Sale

Alar. 17

<o

3

4X

Q

10

Jan.

6

8

6
2

109 Kermath Mfg com—

19,163 Kresge (S 8) Co com...

7X

Mar. 27

3

....

70X Sale
2«/g

IX
2X

5
Sale

Highest.
Sale

Prices.

X Feb.

5X Sale
2%
3

13

Sale

25c

X

Walker-Gooderham

*
16 Houdaille-Hershay class A..*
Class B
6,768
250 Houseman Spltzley class A..*
1,033 Hudson Motor Car—
65

Lowest.

March31.
Bid.

1 X

5H Sale
\X
4X
7
7%

7 Consolidated Paper com—10

315

1,045

Ask

Bid.

-

5,115 Continental Motors com..—*
4,912 Copeland Products Inc.....*

"""75

...

1,701 Sower Roller Bearing......
*
3,500 Brlggs Mfg Co common
1,250 Burroughs Adding Mach—*
100 Capital City Products
*
14,825 Chrysler Corp common—..5

"

"455

Ask

...

300 Baldwin Rubber class
300

March I.

1933.
Bid

Par

250 Alloy Steel clasa A

.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

IN MARCH.

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE

~"

EXCHANGE
1932.
257,631
707,992

1933.

Stock Sales.

Sale"

#»

Sale
.....

Sale

6

40c

Alar. 30

6

Alar. 31

326 Alar. 31
26 Alar. 30
826 Mar. 17

123 Alar. 22

3X
50c

126 Alar. 22

18

126 Alar. 31
11c
Feb.
3

326 Mar. 29
40c
6

Alar. 30
Mar. 31

526 Jan.

5

226 Jan.

18
10

Feb.

3

6

Jan.

11c

6
526 Jan.
26 Alar. 30
1026 Jan. 10

<o

100

5,550
803
25

1,440
400

2,889
2,476
20

25

L*

300 Mahon (R C) con* pref
9,620 Michigan Sugar com
10
1,945 Motor Products Corp com._
—*
322 Motor Wheel com
20 Muller Bakeries class A com.*

600 National Investors com
1
56 National Steel Co com......*

300

698

'

~

ioo

200
50

350
50
20

.._.*
— *
Parker Rust Proof com.....*
Reo Motor com
5
River Raisin Paper com....*
Scotten Dillon com
10
Second Nat Investors com..l
Preferred
—
*
SUent Automatic com
*
Packard Motor Co com.
Parke Davis & Co

70 Souare D class A.....
50
Class B—

1Q
1

...

1
10
*
*
*
*

80 Third Nat Investors com

1,170

3,272

""700

Tlmken Axle com

1,350

.

.

250 U S Radiator com

100 Universal Cooler class A

«...

-

-

1,155

Class B

364 Universal Product com
50 Walker Ac Co units
2,606 Warner Aircraft Corp com..*

333 Whitman & Barnes com

3,235 YoSemite Holding

com

3X

N

to

13

3

X

IX

35c

Sale

30c

Mar. 18

35c

12

Sale

12

Alar. 31

IX Alar. 30

30

IX

Sale

IX
30c

2
40c

126 Mar. 22
126 Mar. 23
124 Mar. 24

IX
14^
u

Sale

Sale

14

25

Sale

25

IX

(0

2

Alar. 31
Alar. 31

1X Mar. 29

226 Mar. 21
126 Mar. 23
224 Alar. 17
1626 Mar. 17
Mar. 31

25

126 Mar. 29

17

Sale

124 Mar. 31

124 Mar. 31

"23

126 Mar. 22
126 Alar. 23

1426 Mar. 21
126 Alar. 22

226 Feb.
35c.

2

Mar. 18

1426 Jan.
326 Jan.

5
3

Jan.

27

1

326 Jan.
226 Jan.

9
0

Jan.

26

21

14

Mar. 31

226 Jan.
1926 Feb.

0
11

25

Alar.31

34

Jan.

20

226 Jan.

28

126 Alar. 29
Jan.

4

30c

3
1426 Jan.
126 Alar. 31
Jan. 19
33
Jan.

3

4

Feb.

2

2

26 Mar. 23

1426 Mar. 21

26 Mar

X

27

20 26 Jan. 25
126 Mar. 24

2

6X
u

6

Mar. 30

3

Sale

3
....

11

Feb.

30c

30c

1324
124

14X Sale

Mar. 22

Jan.

Jan.

to

2 X Sale
10X Sale
29

Alar. 18

o

3X
19

llcA

1326 Alar. 23
126 Alar. 30

•■H

C
3

18

Jan.

4

1726 Feb.

1

2

Jan.

16

33

Jan.
Jan.

19
28

Feb.

3

26 Mar. 23

26 Mar. 23

a

S
2X

3
5

2X
Sale

42c

3X Sale
4
4X
X Sale
9

*
10c

20
...20

•

18c

12

% Sale

"\X Sale"

2

Mar. 17

no
<u

O

40c

Sale

35c

Alar. 17

40c

Mar. 23

3X

.....

26c

35c

40c

26 Alar. 24

"""26 Mar."21

75c

4)

bo

3

Jan.

35c

Jan.

326
426
26
126
26

2
26
31

3

13
2
20

2

Jan.

45c

Jan.

4

Jan.

6

426 Jan.

18

4

Jan.
6
Jan. 18
Mar. 24
Feb.
1
Jan.
3

55c

126 Feb.
26 Jan.

9

Feb.

8

1426 Jan.

4

626 Feb.

P-H

u

Feb.

2

IX

(0

Feb.

326 Jan.
226 Feb.

16

126 Alar. 22
2

8

Jan.

9
1

(0

BANKS & TRUST COS.

19,286 Detroit Bankers
26,912 Guardian Detroit.

>

16c

*

5,940 Murray Corp common..

8,766
11,732
2,394
3,805

3

13 H
7X

Sale

X

11

o

Sale

X

Jan.

6

Feb.

9

3
11

W
Unlisted Dept.

50

352

25

597

110

1,631

25

45

90

554

475
60

2,456

69
47

358

185

1,292

104

184

265

1,195

120
*

626 Mar. 21
9126 Mar. 27
2124 Mar. 23

*
100
25
Commonw & Southern Corp *
Consolidated Oil Co
*
General Foods Corp
*
Kelvinator Corp
*
Kennecott Copper Corp
*
Kroger Groc & Bak Co
*
National Dairy Prod Corp--*
Purity Bakeries Corp...
*
Socony-Vacuum Corp..
25
Standard Brands Inc
•
American Radiator

15 Amer Tel & Tel Co

14

524

No par value,




Borden Co—

a

Option sales,

r

Sold for cash,

6X

x

Ex-dividend.

Sale

626 Mar. 21
93

2226
1
Mar. 30J
126
526
526 Mar. 24
2526 Alar. 29 2526
426
326 Mar. 28
926
926 Alar. 29
1726 Alar. 30 1826
1326
1326 Mar. 21
724
726 Alar. 22
626
626 Alar. 28
17
1626 Alar. 22

Mar. 25
Mar. 21

626 Feb.
9126 Alar.
2026 Jan.

Mar. 21

1

Alar. 24

102 26

Alar. 21

Mar. 29
Alar. 25

Alar. 22

Mar. 23
Mar. 21
Mar. 23

24

Jan.

Mar.

826
1726
1326
726
f*
26
1426

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

11
27
16

Jan.

12

Jan.

11

Jan.

Jan.

3 X Alar.

12J

Jan.

526 Jan.

Mar. 22

Feb.
Jan.

IPs
18 Vs

Mar. 25

1726 Jan.
726 Feb

1?*

Jan.

11
30

13^

Mar. 23

General

Quotations

OF BONDS AND STOCKS

It

-u

stock exchanges of
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
of this publication complete records of the dealings on the leading

In the earlier part

the country,

to the

for the latest month and for the calendar year to date, are

different classes of securities quoted:

/

Steam Railroad Bonds

69

Public Utility Bonds

Steam Railroad Stocks...--..-.—

73

Public

Joint Stock Land Bank Bonds

91

Industrial & Miscellaneous Bonds...

91

Industrial & Miscellaneous Stocks

Joint Stock Land Bank Stocks....—

Page

Page

Page

75

Utility Stocks

80
..83

insurance

87
Stocks..87
-92
....-94

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks—

Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit

87

-

.86-112

Stocks and Scrip

United States and

-

Municipal Bonds

Bonds.....

Federal Land Bank Bonds

.-92

Exchange Seats

85

Canadian Municipal

Real Estate Bonds

.111

Textile Manufacturing Stocks

86

Foreign Government Bonds

Investment Trust Stocks and

Bonds..—.

--93

Mining Stocks............................86

74

As the New York Steck
employ a designating
"f" is prefixed
bonds In default. In which cases

Quotations from all Stock Exchanges are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

1909 to quote all bond prices "and Interest." we have adopted the same method and no longer

Exchange began with Jan. 2

where there is a deviation from this rule.

mark to Indicate the fact except
to the

price, he must

pay

accrued Interest in addition to the price.

the price Includes the Interest, should there

The reader will understand, therefore, that unless the letter

This, however, does not apply to income bonds or

be any.

of the price, and
Income bonds and bonds in

prefixed to bond prices denotes that the quotation is a flat price—that is, that the accrued interest forms part

The letter

therefore the purchaser does not have to provide for It separately in making payment.
As already stated in the case of
default, the price Is always "flat." and no designating mark Is employed to Indicate the fact.
Quotations for equipment bonds are based on average maturities

price.
stated.

Quotations for guaranteed stocks are "and dividend"; that is. the accrued dividend must be paid in addition to the
thus (d) are per share.

All others are per cent except bank stock prices, which are quoted per share unless otherwise

It should be borne in mind In the use of these tables that the quotations for
cases the

many inactive and unlisted

Stock prices marked

securities are merely nsmlnal, but

The following abbreviations are often

used, vis.; "M" for mortgage, "g" for gold, "gu" for guaranteed, "end" for endorsed, "cons" for

oonv" for convertible, "s f" for sinking fund, "1
The black-faced type In the letters

are

"and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds.

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Bid.

Bonds.

80

75
75

Eq 6s 1933-1935 (yr).-.JAJ 15
Eq 41933-'41 E (yr).FAA

6.10
6.10

5%
5%

Boston A Maine (new)
4s-5s April 1947

5s Sept '41

56

35

39

Gen 1st g 4s July 1948

33

AAO

38

Atl A Danville 1st 4s 1948

2d g 4s 1948

70

1st cons g 5s 1943 ser A—JAD
1st cons 4s 1943 ser B
J"
Alabama N Orl TAP June—
"A" deb 5s g *40 red '10-MAN i/100
"B" deb g 5s '40 red 'lO-fc

.©»*«■ oo

105

#100

"O" deb g 5s Nov 1 1940-J
Prior lien 6s

'

1948

105

#100

105
14

I

Gen income 6s Oct 1948—

6

—-It

1

1

to

65
82 %

Alleghany Oorp—

30%
21%
8

Ool A conv 5s 1950.

32
22

8%

92H

Allegheny Yal gen 4s 1
A1 A West 4s guar It

65
24

26"

75
Ark A Mem Ry Brge

85

A Term—

90 H

79
79

80

76

80 H
79

80
87 H

80
88 H

Ifxl 17

Series B

127

18
75
72 H

60

Atlanta A St Andrews Bay—

38

41

79
n

1929 extd

5%
MA
Atlantic v/-ast Line Oo of Conn
Certs Indebt 5s lrredeem.JA
Atlantic Coast Line RR—
NT

IV
..y

1954

55

n

65

as

65

70%
51%

40

53 H
6.50

1st m

*65 %

78^
83 %

10H
29

38

55"

m

5s 1967 ser AO
5s 1955 ser 2

MAS
MAN

FAA
FAA
-JAJ
Equip 5He 1932-1937(yr)FAA
Eq tr ba 1932-38 (year)—JAD
Wor Nashua A Roch 4-5s 1945
4s Feb
4s

Aug

1 1937—

1942

3s July 1950

-

43 H
35 H

38%
44 V8
37%

36

36%

Boston Rev Beach A

1st m4%e July 15
Gen m 6s 1933

'39-FAA
'43.AAO

3s *89 JAD
JAJ
Beech Cr 1st 4s g gu 1936—JAJ
2d guar gold 5s 1936
JAJ
Beech Ork Ext 3H» 1951.-AAO
Belt RR A Stk Yds (Ind'p'lls)—
1st ref gold 4s 1939
MAN
Belvidere Del 1st 3He 1943.. JAJ
Big Sandy Ry 1st g 4s 1944. JAD
Birm Term 1st g 4s 1957 gu.MAS
Boonville St L A Sou 5s '51.FAA
Boston A Albany 5s Oct *63.-JAJ
5s June 1942
JAD
5s July 1 1938
JAJ
Bedford Belt 1st 5s 1938

69

62 H

68%
50

65

93 H
72

80

90

75"

85/
85

75

85

75

85

40"

50"

74

78

70

75

71
80

80"

95

66

20

25*

72
70

75*

75

—JAJ

70

FAA
N Y O.MAN
4s May 1 1934 gu N Y O.MAN
4s May I 1935 gu N Y O.MAN
3He Jan 1 1951
JAJ
Ref 3He 1952 gu N Y O..AAO

65

Ha July

1937

4Hb impt 1978

97%

98 H

90

93

87

90

58

58

5.50%

it Last sale,

(London

n

57 %

Nominal.

s

AAO

4s Oct 1 1934

68
62

55"

66%

6.50
50
61

5.25%

48 H

45
6.50
6.50

50

5.25%
5.25%

56

Bos A N Y A L 1st 4s g 1955-FAA

67

61

56

1st m 4 He 1961 ser JJ
AAO
Eq 4His 1933-1943 (yr)-AAO
Bost A Maine (old) 4 He
JAJ

Bat Creek A S 1st gu g

f This price Includes accrued Interest,




JAJ
JAJ

4s May 1 1933 gu

70

Eq 6 He Feb 1936 (year) FA A b

Aroostook—
1 1943
4s 1951

1st M 5s g Jan
Cons refund g

4

50

49%

bBasis,

82%

Toledo A Oin Div 4s 1959—JAJ

Washburn Ext 1st 5s '39-.FAA

65H
68%

....

1st

68

tr 4He 1932-40 (yr)—MAN
tr 4He '33-'41 O (yr)—FAA
tr 5s 1932-37 (yr)
FAA 6 7.15 t o5.75%
tr 5s 1933-38 (yr)
_FAA b 7.15 t O5.75%
tr 6s '33-'35 (yr)—JAJ 15 b 7.50 t o 6%

Bangor A

56

56

b 7.15 t 05.75%
6 7.15 t o5.75%

St Johns Riv Ext gu 5s
Van Bur Ext 5s g Jan

Atlanta A Charlotte Air Line—

Atl Enox A Nor 1st 5s 1946..

Eq
Eq
Eq
Eq
Eq

56

56

92 %

50"
80

76

1933
MAS
Stamped 10% part redemp'33
Oonv g 4H* I960
—FAA
Ref A gen 5s 1995 series A. JAD
Ref A gen 6s 1995 series C.JAD
Ref A gen 5s 2000 ser D-.MAS
5s series F 1996

97%

15

to

25

1st M 4s g July 1 1948—AAO
1st M 5s July 1 1948——AAO

St*
92
82

Rocky Mt Div 4s 1965.
Athens Terminal Ry—

1st M

12H
80

88

Medford Ext 5s 1937
MAN
Piscat Div g 5s Jan 1943.-AAO

78

1938

16

5s May 1943
5s Mar 1942
5s Jan 1943—
5s May 1940-

16

8L

1st M West Ext g 5s 1938 MAN
Baltimore A Ohio—

Refund gold 4s 1941—MAN
S W Div 1st 5s 1950—-JAJ

90%

6s,

1949-.AAO
Aug Term 1st gu g 6s 1947-_AAO
Aus A NW 1st 5s g 1941
JAJ
Augusta Union Stat 4s 1953-JAJ
Baft A Harris g 5s 1936
MAN

12

Pittsb Lake Erie A W Va—

75
60

MA

AA
Atchison Topeka A Santa Fe—

1st

Atl A Yad 1st gu g 4s

5s Jan 1946

70

Conv 4 His

Alabama A Vicksburg By—

1st M 5s 1964
Aroostook Nor 5s g 1947

JA J
JAJ
.—JAJ

60

60

56

......

_

Gen A ref 5 He 1945 ser B
Alabama Great Southern—

Ask.

~_56~
56

5s Apr 1944
5s June 1945

Atlantic Coast Line of S O—

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Atlantic Coast Line RR (Concl)

RAILROAD BONDS
Adirondack 1st 4 Ha 1942 guMAS
Akron Ac Barb Belt g 4s 1942. JAD
Ak Oant & Youngst—
Gen & ref 6s 1945 ser A.-AAO

consolidated

g" for land grant, "op" for optional.

showing the interest period Indicates the month when the bonds mature.

NOTICiE.—-All bond prices

\

inal

figures are obtained from sources which are considered reliable.

66
58

Lynn—
1947.JAJ16
JAJ 15

25
25

30

Brook A Mon 2d 5s 1938—JAD

98

100

JAJ
Buffalo Greek 1st 5s 1941—JAJ
1st ref 5s 1961
JAJ
Buffalo Rochester A Pittsburgh—
General 5s g 1937
MAS
Con g 4H« 1957
MAN
Eq 6s ser K 1933 (a-aj ...FAA
Buff A Susquehanna RR Corp—
1st 4s Dec 30 1963
JAJ
Burl Cedar Rapids A North—
Oon 1st A coll tr 5s g *34.-AAO
Butte Anaconda A Pac 5s'44 FAA
Cam A Clear—1st 5s g 1941-JAJ
Gen M g 4s 1955
FAA
Oambrla AInd 1st 4H« '68..JAJ
Eq tr 5^8 1933-38 (year) MAN
Canada Atl 1st 4s 1955
JAJ
Canada South 5s 1962 ser A.AAO
Can Nat Rys 4 Ha gu 1954.MAS
4Hs guar 1957
JAJ
4Ha guar 1968
JAD
4Ha guar 1951
MAS
4H8 guar 1956--——
FAA
4%a guar 1955—
JAD 15
5s quar 1954
FAA
40-yr 5a guar 1970
FAA
5s guar 1969
JAJ
58 guar 1969
AAO
Eq tr 7s 1935MAN
Eq tr 4 Ha 1932-1942 (gu) MAN
Eq tr 4Ha 1932-45(ann)__JAD
Oanadlan Northern—
S F deb 7« 1940JAD
S F deb 6H» 1946
JAJ
10-yr g 4H» Feb 15 1935-FAA
Winnipeg Term 4a 1939—JAJ

84 %

Brun A West 1st 4s 1938

Sale price.

75
60

35

85

95

38 %
7.00

5.25%

41 %

49

39%

68

58
99
90 %

91H

70
96

70"

85"

78

79H
79%

78
77 H
79 %

80 %

79%
79%
85%

80%

80 %

81H

84

92

83 H
83

85 H
85 H

97

00
99

99 H

?!

95%

99 %
96

91

92

84

89

70

BONDS

RAILROAD

marked "f and income and defaulted bonds.

NOTICE.—All bona price! are "and Interest" except where

Bid.

Bonds
CanadianN W 434»Oct221943..
Canadian Pacific—

I Bonds

Ask.

~78~

b

Cena deben 4s perpetual. _J&J
20-yr coll tr 434s 1946
M&S
Coll tr 5s Apr 15 1934
A&O
Coll tr 5s 1954
J&D

60

5134

66
76

8 f 434s Dec 15 1944
Coll tr 4Kb 1960

50

65
80
61
55

6834

J&D15

a«J
Oonv coll tr 6sl942
M&S
Eq tr 5s 1944—..
J&J
Eq tr 434s 1932-1938 s-a—J&D

Eq tr 6s 1933-'35 (yrly).J&J15

>

_

r

i
i

Cart & Adlr 1st 4s 1981
J&D
Oatawlssa cons g 4s 1948
A&O
Cent Ark & Ea 1st 5s 1940 op J&J
OentrBr Un Pac 1st g 4s *48.J&D
Central ef Georgia—
1st M g 5s Nov 1 1945—.P&A
Cons

gold 5s 1945

Ref & gen

5jis

M&N

1959 ser B.A&O

Ref & gen 5s 1959 ser O—A&O

Eq tr 4 He *33-'40ser P(yr)M&S
Eq tr 4 34s '33-'40serQ(yr)M&N
Eq tr 5s 1933-'38 (yrly)_.J&D
Chat Div gold 4s 1951...J&D
Macon & Nor g 5s 1946—-J&J
Mid Ga& Atl 1st 5s 1947—J&J

Mobil eDlv g Bs 1946
J&J
Oconee Div 1st g 5s 1945—J&D
V Ocean 8 8
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
Gen M 4s 1987
J&J

_

Eq tr 6s '34-'35 (yrly)—J&J16
Eq tr 434* 1932-*41 (yr)—P&A

Central Pacific—
1st ref 4s g guar 1949
F&A
1st g guar 4s Oct 11954—A&O
Guar g 5s 1960
—P&A

European loan 4s 1940-M&S
Cent RR & Bkg 5s 1937
M&N
m

1st consol 6s gold 1934—A&O

54

75

83"

88
40

35

25

?6

30

60

1034

11

334

"334
13%
13%

9%

\7°

1?%

18

M&N

71

Igln Jol & East 5s 1941—M&N
_

_

75
65
65

62"

45

5 b

13.50

12*4

Prior lien gold 4s 1990
J&J
46
Gen lien gold 4* 1996
-J&J
4134
Oonv gold 4s 1953 ser A..A&O
Series B 1953—A&O
k 40
Series D 1953
A&O
23
Ref & Impt m 5s 1907—M&N
2334
Ref & mtge m 5s 1975
A&O
b 9.00
Eq tr 6s 1933-35 (year)-J&J15
b 9.00

Chic Terre Haute & Southeast

1st & ref g 5s Dec 1 *60 opt J£

1960--M<

40

9434
9734

*

r

42
22

92

>

Inc mtge 5s Dec 1

hie Un Stat 1st 4H* 1903—J
1st M 5s 1963 series B
J

!

11634

,

111

)

93

101

65
66

71

f

40

50

r

44

)

50
85

60

—A&O

1st & ref 5s 1965
|«|q

9%

Ohlcago & Western Indiana-

Eq 434* *32-*41 LL (s-a)-M&S
Eq tr 434* 1932-43 (s-a)—M&S
Penn coll g 4s Peb 11951-F&A

67

b

9.00
99

75

Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf—

Consol gold
60

M

1952

5s

61
88

86

General 6s gold 1942J
2d mtge gold 434* 1937
Cine Ind & St L Sh Line Ry—

7734

¥.75

i

4.75
68

6%

6234
30

Eq tr 5s 1932-38 (yr)—A

50
76
84

1
1

1st M 6s 2020

ser

B.

1st mtge g 5s series C '57-M
Clearfield Bitum Coal—See In
Clear & M 1st 5s g gu 1943—«

84
100

35

4s 1940—I

i

87

70
84

85

8234

83

90

8

9

-

5
J

5s

_

5s
1930

1933

100

65

82

§434
73
5.25%

1st

s

f 534* 1972 series A-A

s f 5s 1973 ser B
A
1st s f 434* 1977 ser C—A
Coal RIv Ry 1st 4s gu *45-—J<
Colorado & Southern

J

70"
50

84

100

8634

2d 4s 1930

K

\

I

1st M 3s

77"
57

)

6234

5234

)

66

5 b

5834

52

7934
5534
5.50%

34

i

94

a*

17

>fc
L k

8534

15

)

60

I

45

Connecting Ry (Phlla)—
1st M gu 4s Mar 15' 51-M&
Cuban Nor Rys 1st 534* *42-J

5

Cuba RR 1st g 5s 1952

I

92
1234
1534
1534
1234

13%
16

ol%
25

94

97

28

32

1234

1334

)

4

Gen g 4s A May 1 1989—J&J

42

36*
4234

40
48
44
44

12%
12%
13.50

)

97

10

13

84
74

88

1

85

.

Delaware & Hudson—

3834
3834
4634

9%

62"
47

6834

6934

49

55

17
8

5 6

19

1834
1734
834

1st con g 434* 1930
Denver & Salt Lake Ry—
1st mtge 6* 1950

6.50

Inc mtge 6* 1960
Des M & Pt D 1st 4s 193U

5134
6834
43

45"
40

6%
6%
6%
6.50
6.50
82

90

25
334

"

Guantanamo & Western-

5.50%

lst M 6s 1958 ser A

10
)
13
I 6 12.50

--.J&J k

/

1534

31

3034
3234

16

12

1134
1950 ser B
A&O
1st 5s 1950 Series O
A&O
Gulf & Ship Island RR—
1 st ref & term g 5s Feb '52 J&J k
Stamped (Jan 1933 coup¬
on) 1952
J&J
1st 534*

9%

_

34

2634
2734
22

-

82
-

llf Terminal of Mobile—

10

1st mtge g 4s 1957 gu
RUrl R & Portch—See N

2734

T

J
B7
-

Des Plaines Val 434* 1947.

55

8.50
50

k

92

J

94

75

/

J

Eq tr 434* 1932-42 (yr).

83.,

92%

9834

A&O
M&S
F&A

V*"""

Denver & Rio Grande—
1st con g 4s 1936.

91%

Deb ctfs B

I

4034

r

713!

82

40

3934

1734
1734

J k

534* May 1

78

9534

7034

1

12%

16-yr
Eq ~

84

Eq tr 434* 1932-1939——M&S
Eq tr 434* 1932-1940 D (yr) J& J
Eq tr 5» 1932-1938 (yr)—M&S
Western Fruit Express
Eq 5s J'ne 15*32-39 (yr) J&D
Eq tr 434* 1932-1940.J&D
reat Northern Ry of Canada—
Cons 4s 1934 opt to 1914—A&O

1534
1634

T

J

79
89

r

r

Gen M 7s 1936 series A---J&J
1st & ref g 434* '61 opt '41.J&J
Gen M 534* 1952 ser B—J&J
Gen M 5s 1973 ser O
J&J
Gen 434* 1970 *er D
J&J
Gen 434* 1977 ser E
-J&D

M

J

)

•

Great Northern—

T

Imp & equip 5s
Dayton Union 4s

M
9%

>

87

78

6348 1936 series P
rand Trunk West 4s £ 1950-J&J
1st g gu 4s % July 1 1950—J&J
b
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 *32-'43 (yr)
_rays Pt Term g 5s 1947—J&D

Columbia & Port Deposit—

20~"

r

rand Trunk Ry of Canada—

Sink fund g deb 7s 1940
Deb g 6s Sept 1 1930

7.00

92"

A&O

Lake Sup Div 4s 1955

85
72

J&J

1902

Gen 4s 1962 Can Gov gu—J&J
Prairie Section 4s 1955---A&O
Mountain Sec 4s 1955
A&O

60

)

20

8.50%

84

A&O

-

1st 4s Feb 25 *39 Alg gu.M&N
1st 4s Peb 15 *42 Alg gu.M&N

61

)

78
30

rand Trunk Pacific—

——

■)

27

75
J&J
20
1945—J&J
10
—A&O
Eq tr 434* 1932rl939 s-a.M&N 6 10.60
ouv & Osw 1st 5s g 1942
J&D
88"
r R & Ind ext 434* 1941. --J&J

4s Jan 1 1947
ra Sou & Pla 1st g 5s
Deb 5s 1952

99

)

23

85
90

9134
9134

1

\
18
18

95.

J

8*

6

%

F&A /

1st M & ref 6* 1952

J

2034

/

1 1934.

1st M 6s 1946 ser A——M&N

101

I

1st M

74

50

Ext at 6% to July

6 .75

*

Oleve Short L 434* 1901—-A
Cleveland Terminal & Valleylst 4s gold guar 1995
M

62

60
80

Ctfs of deposit
J

J&l )

Ser D 334* gen gtd 1950--P
Gen & rer 434s 1977 ser A.F

100

55

...»

b

A&<

Cleveland & Pittsburgh—
Ser A 434* gen gtd 1942Ser B 434* sen gtd 1942.

90

A&O

1st M 5s 1933

Wheeling—

1st

4

87

9234

—

68
70

T

now

4

1

54

85

J

M

6

234

44

52

J

Gen

334

alv Houston & Henderson—

70

I
I

Equip to 6* 1932-1935
Olev Oolum Oin & Indianap—
Gen cons gold 6s 1934
J&

k

rem

Cleveland Union Terminals—

25

J&D

-

Ext at 5 34 % to 1961
J&D
Elk & Mo V 6s 1933-A&O

80
91

7

82

80

1st con 434* 1982
(May '32 and May r37 coup). /
ort Dodge Des Moines & Sou—
'

40

Amended

88 %

7434

^

92

)

3834
9%

10034
10034

1st 5s 1938

)

lst cons guar g

55

6834

Gen ref gold 4s 1950
J&J
1st cons ref 4 34*'52 opt.-M&N /

Misc.

J

13%

onda Johnstown & Gloversv—

Olev Cine Chic & St Louis-

Cons

100

65
98

10034

55

Eq 434* '33-'35 G (s-a)—A&O
Eq 434* *33-*41 H (s-a).-M&S
la So 1st g gn 4s 1945
J&J
lorida West Sh 5s 1934—-J&J

5.25%

734

'59-J&D / 40
4
M&S
/
234

Cleveland Akron & Oolumbus-

5%

88"

.J&J /

1st & ref 5s 1974
Certificates of deposit

80
88

96
97
m

88%
77

56

—

r

.J&J k

1st cons 5s gold 1943
lorida East Coast 434*
96

r

1st M 434s 2020 ser A-....

B 1940-- J&J

91

) 66.50 to

Oindn North 1st g 4s 1951—
Cincinnati Union Term Co—

Cleveland Lorain &
98

Gen gu g 334* ser
Series O 1940

Oln N O & Tex Pac Ry—

100

77

50

75

68

i

§6"'
77

1

)
1st gold guar 4s 1953
A&O
v
O IS L & C 1st 4s g Aug *36- r
OIn Ind & West 1st 5s 1905-M
I

6634

im

v

Incinnati Hamilton & Daytc

Chicago Indiana & Southern Ry
Con mtge g 4s 1956 guar—J&J
Chicago Indianap & Louisville—

Eq 434s *32-'41 G & H(yr)_J&J
Equip tr 6s 1933-35 (yr)_J&J15
Equip tr 5s 32-'40 ser B(yr)F&A
Chicago & North Western—
Gen M 334*
g 1987
M&N
Gen M gold 4s 1987
M&N
Stmpd non-pay Ped inc tax
Gen M 5s *87 stpd inc tax M&N
Gen M 4 J4»'87stpd inc taxM&N
Gen M434*'87 stpd inc tax M&N
Sinking fund deb 5s 1933-M&N
15-year 034* Mar 1930—M&S
1st & ref 5s May 2037
J&D
1st & ref 434* May 2037—J&D
lot & ref 434* May 2037C J&D
Oonv g 434* 1949 *er A—M&N

J&J

80

M&N

41

30

27

Gen M 434* May *89 serP.J&J
Eq 434* *32-*43 E & P (yr).J&J

5
>

I

25

Gen g 334* B May 1 1989--J&J

J*

_

_

78

r

92

Gen 434* May '89 series O.J&J
Gen 434* May *89 ser E—J&J

J&D.

.

lmira & Williamsport—
1st 6s 1910 ext at 4% 1950-J&J
Income 5s 2862
A&O

9%

Chic St Paul Minn & Omaha—

9%

92

Chic Milw St Paul & Pac RR—
50-yr 5s 1975 series A
P&A
Oonv adj 5s Jan 2000——A&O

Con g 334s June 15*51
Mem Div 1st 4s 1951

12
65

Ry of Minnesota—
g 4s 1948
A&O

5s 1935
ast Tenn Va & Georgia—
Consol 1st g 5s 1950

9%
9%

7134

10034

Nor Div 1st

astern Tenn & West N C—

R

12.50
> 6 12.50
r 6 12.50
) 6 12.50
5

astern

734

) 6

Ohicago St Louis & N O—
Con g 5s June 15 '51—J&D

Eq 6s 1933-*35 (ann)

90

„

30-yr. conv.434s 1900Eq 6s Jan 151933 '35 (y
Eq tr 5s 1932-38 (s-a).

72

5.50%
6.60%
6.50%

90

Equip tr 6s '33-35 (yr)
J&J15 6
Monon Coal gu 5s '36 opt J&D
Chicago Lake Shore & Eastern—
UtM 434s 1909 opt 1919-J&D
Chic Memp & Gulf 5s 1940—J&J

9%

53
21J4
2234
r
7
5 6 13.50

64

J&J

Range 1st 5* 1937-A&0

uluth Mlsaabe & Northern—
Gen g s f 5s Jan 11941
J&J
•uluth South Shore & Atlantic—
1st gold 5s 1937
—-J&J
•utchess Co RR 434* 1940—J&D

23

'82.M&N

Ref M g 6s 1947 series A—J&J
Ref M g 5s 1947 series B—J&J
Ref M g 4s 1947 series C—J&J
1st & gen 5s 1960 series A-M&N
1st & gen 6s May '60 ser B J&J

12.00
12.00

1st gold guar 4s 1953
>ul & Ir

2234

Income 5s Oct 1982
Chic Grt West 1st 4s 1959—M&S

g

r 6

13%
12.00

I

Chicago & Eastern Illinois—
_

Bid.

Bonds.

9%
9%
9%
9%
9%

)

-

Chicago & Erie 5s 1st

5 b
3 6
> 6

12.00
12.00

I

,

Gen M '4s 1958——
M&S
1st & ref 434s ser B 1977—P&A
1st & ref g 5s 1971 ser A—P&A
Illinois Div 334* '49 op *29 J&J
4s July 1 1949
J&J
Chic & East 111 (new co)—
Gen M 5s May 1951
M&N

> b

Eq 5s '32-*38 O (yr)—.
Eq 6s Jan 15 *83-'35(yr)
Eq 634* 1933-36 ser J(yr
Eq 0>34* 193
Eq4 Hs* 32-*
OhlcR I&Pai RyPac

72
85

7.00
7.00
10
83
70
6.60
6.50
7.00

25
35
Central Vermont Ry—
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 '32-'44 (yr)— b 11.00 8.50%
98
Char & Sav gen 7s 1936
J&J
60
Oharl & W Car 1st 5s 1946—A&O
6234
Ohateaugay Ore & Iron Co—See I nd& M Isc.
66
Chattanooga Sta 4s 1957 gu.J&J
Chesapeake Corp—See Misc Bon da.
Chesapeake & Ohio—
1st cons g 5s 193910034
10134
M&N
General 434« gold 1992—-M&S
95
9434
82
85
Ref&!mpt 4 Ha 1993 serA A&O
82
Ref & Impt 434* *95 ser B J&J
84
5.00 4.25%
Eq tr 434* *32-f40 W (yr)_A&0
5.00 4.25%
Eq tr 5s 83-'38 (yr)
M&S15
5.00 4.25%
Eq tr 634" '32-'37 (yrly)—J&D
5 75
Eq tr 6s 1933-'35 (yrly).J&J15
5%

Eq 634s 1932-'35 (ann)—.J&D
Craig Valley 1st 5s g 1940-J&J
Potts Creek 4s 1940
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
Chesapeake & Ohio Northern—
1st M 5s 1945 guar
A&O
Chicago & Alton KR—
Refunding g 3s 1949
A&O
Equip trust 6s Jan 15 '32-'35
(yearly)
J&J 15
Chicago Burlington & Qulncy—

Aik.

6.75%
6.76%

83
>

»

Eq tr 4Hs 1940-1945

f

6234

s-a. J&D
Oaro Cent 1st g gu 4s 1949. .J&J
Caro Clinch & Ohio 5s 1938—J&D
1st cons 6s 1952 ser A.J&SD15
Equip 5s 1932-1937 s-a—A&O
Eq 5s 1932-1933 s-a—J—J&D
„

Bid.

83

134

1

RR

&

Term

1 st lien sf 6s 1947

30
30

5

bo ken

Hocking

40

J&J
Y N

M&S /

....

Valley Ry—

30

1st cons gold 4H8 1999.—J&J

54

——

50

H&Ha rtford.

Co—

Eq tr 58 1932-1938 (ann).A&O b
Eq tr 5s 1932-1939 (yr)—.J&J b
Eq tr 08 *33-'35 (yr)
J&J 15 b

87
^

*
Detroit Toledo & Ironton—
1st 5s Mar 1 1904

75

J

48

5.50
5.50

6%

1
b Basis,

f This price includes accrued int. k Lsst sale.




I in London

m

Dollar per 500

francs

per £20.

n

Nominal,

r

Canadian price,

s Sale

price.

APRIL, 1933.]

RAILROAD

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Bonds

Holidays burg

Bedford & dumb
1st M g 4s 1951 guar
J&J
Housatonlc con 5s 1937
M&N
Houston Belt & Term 5s '37-J&J

81

85

99 M

Little Miami guar 4fl 1902—M&N
Little Rock & Hot Spr West Ry—

90

40

98

J&J

85M

1st gold 4s 1939 guar

73.
91
41

-

95

....

Coll crust gold 4s 1952
A&O
Col tr L N O & T g 4s '53-M&N

Refmtge 5s 1955

63 M
47
55

__M&N

Ref g 4s 1956 opt 1918. M&N
Pur lines 1st g 3 Ms 1952—J&J
Jt 1st ref M (1C&CSL&
N O) 6s 1963 ser A
J&D

50 J4

49

Ser B 6a(£100 & £200)'63J&B

42

70

36)4
6.50%
6.50%
6.50%
6.50%
6.50%
6.50%
7.25%

61M

Mahon C RR 1st 5s
Maine Central—

J&J

80

J&J
A—J&J

92

Indianap & Lou 1st 4s 1956—J&J
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-Apri)

27

Tk

J&J

18 M

19

17fo

18)4
9%

33 X

35

39)4

43)4

ser

98

1st M 5s 1956 eeries B
1st M 5s 1950 ser C

J&J

Eq tr 4148 1932-42 (yr)__A&O

Internat Rys (Central
America)—
1st M 6s 1972 opt
M&N
1st col tr 6% notes 1941-M&N
6% notes 1936
1st 1& ref 614s 1947
_F&A

13

la Minn & N W 1st 3 Mb 1935 J&J
Jacksonville Terminal—
Ref & ext 5s series A 1967—J&J

KA&Grfi 1st 5s 1938
J&J
Kal & W Pig n g 5a 1940
J&J
Kanawha Br & Ter 5s 1948--A&O
Kana & Micb 1st 4s 1990
A&O

78

94

98 M

83)4

71)4

6

6

80
76

74
58
88
5.50
5.50

67 H
91

4.75%
4.75%
5%

7?

65*

55
92
21
85

94

M&S
Sept 1
Assented
M&S
Kan City Sou—1st g 3s 1950 A&O
Ref & Impt 5s Apr 1 1950.-J&J
Eq tr 6s 1933-35 (year)—J&J15
Eqtr 514s 1932-38 (year) M&S
Kansas City Terminal Ry—
1st g 4s 1960 opt 1930
J&J
Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—
lit M 5s 1978

J&J

Kentucky Cent 4s g 1987
J&J
Kentucky & Indiana Term RR
1st M 414s 1961 (sterling)-J&J
accrlnt at exch rate 4.8665

—

64

Lehigh Valley—
1st 0s ext gold 4s 1948.
Con M 6s ann irred
Con M 4)4s ann lrred

J&D

101

68

75

47

30

45"

77

80

45

53

N

of

J

1st

,

5% to 1940

cons

1st

&

1934

(1884)

cons

/

40

/

80

40

31

A&O
A&O

25

48

37

40

Sept

10

15

M

J&J

—-

27
14 M
27
36)4
4

40 \i

MStP&SS M &
1st Ch Ter

s

Mo-Ill RR 5a 1959
—J&J
Missourl-Kansas-Texas RR—
Prior lien 5s 1962 ser A—J&J
Prior Hen 4s 1962 ser B
J&J

32

ji

30
37 H

37)4

/ This price includes accrued interest,

60

80

;

I In London,

New York Central & Hud RIv—
Ref g 3 Ms July 1 1997
J&J
Deb g 4s '34
Deb 4s 1942

72 X
66 X

tax-exempt.M&N
tax-exempt-_J&J

Ref & ref 4 Ms ser A 2013—A&O

NY&Harlstg3Ms2000—M&N
Lack & Western—

66
66

67.50%
67.50%

67.50%
67.50%
67.50%

67.50%
67.50%

67.50%
67.50%

67.50%
69M
7M
14 M
12 M
6

13%

6

13%

1st & ref 4Ms 1973 ser B
M&N
85
NYLE&WO & RR—See Ind & Misc.
N Y L E & W Dock &

67

N Y & L Br gen 4s 1941
M&S
NY & NE Bos Ter 4s 1939—A&O

52 M

63

37 H

&

60

-----

37 M

75
7.00
24
24M
24
24

24

24

25

4%
7
Equip trust 58 1933-'40(yT)M&S 6 13.50
Eq tr 4Ms ,32-,44 F (yr)__M&N 6 13.50

k Last sale.

§iH
it"

10%

Secured 5Ms 1932-1956—J&D

67
94

70
100

Conv deb 6s iy35—
M&N
Cons mtge 4s 1998 ser A-.F&A
Ref & Impt 4 Ms 2013 A
A&O
Ref & Impt 5s 2013 C
A&O

19

J&D

Eq tr 6s 1933-*35 (year)_J&J15
Mo Pacific RR (new company)—
1st & ref 5s Jan 1965 A__.F&A
1st & ref 5s 1977 ser F—.M&S
1st A ref 5s 1978 ser G___M&N
1st & ref 5s 1980 ser H-A&O
1st & ref 5s 1981 ser I
F&A
Conv g 5Ms 1949 aer A—M&N

73

18

13.50

88

„

65

Prior lien 4)4s 1978 ser D.J&J
Adj M 5s Jan 1967 ser A„A&0
Mo Kan & Tex (old company)—

80
92

J&D

„

Mississippi Cent g 5s 1949—.J&J

64

1st gold 4s 1990

19M
18 X

F&A

N Y

'41op'16.M&N

80

5.50%

19

A&O

84M
32 M
72 M

GentTermRy—

f 4s

_

il*

.

60

43""

New Orleans Texas & Mexico—
Non-cum Inc 5s *35 ser A_ A&O

Eqtr 7s '32-'35 (year)__A&015
Eq tr 6s '33- 35 (year)__J&J15
68 M
NYC L eq 5s '32-'37 (yr).J&D
44 Va
NYC L eq 5s 32-'39 (yr).J&D
si k
NYC L eq4Ms '32-'37(yr)M&S
NYC Lines eq 4 Ms Mar 151932
to
1939 (year)
M&S 16
NYC Lines eq 4Ms '33-35 J&J
NYC Lines eq 4 Ms '32-'40
1
(yearly)
M&N15
8
NYC RR eq 4 Ms *36-'32—J&J
NYC RR eq 4Ms *32-'45-M&N
1M
N Y C & St L 1st g 4s 1937.-A&O
30
3-yr 6% g notes Oct 1 '35A&0
20
RefSMs 1974 ser A
A&O
29
Ref 4 Ms 1978 ser O
M&S
Equip tr 4 Mi 1932-'44 (yr) F&A
Equip tr 5s 1932-'38 jyr)..F&A
New ¥ork Connecting RR—
1st M 4 Ms 1953 series A—F&A
1st guar 5s 1953 series B..F&A
10% NY & E 1st 4s ext g 1947...M&N
10% N Y & Gr Lake gu g 5s 1946.M&N

40

J&J
1949...J&J

80

9K
60

Extended at 5% 1940
M&N
Ref & impt 4 Ms '52 ser A—J&J
New Orl Term 1st 4s 1953—J&J

70

25-year 5 Ms 1949
M&S
--Eq tr 4s '32-'38 s-a
J&D 15 \ 14%
Eq tr 4)4s 1932-'36 (s-a)_M&N $ 14%
Eq tr 5s 1932-'33 (s-a)
M&S 6 14%
Eq tr 6s 1932-'35 (year)..M&S & 14%

53

& coll tr g 5s 1951 A&O

L S coll tr g 3 Ma 1998
F&a
M O coll tr g 3Ms 1998...F&A

Ji

gold 5s 1938
5s 1938 gu lnt

56M
60
60

New York Central RR—

50

29

A
Northern—

60

New York Bklyn & Manh Beach
1st gold 5s 1935
A&O

1910

ser

con

99""

J&J

56

68

§0

2d M gold 4s guar
1st ref 6s 1946 series A
J&J
1st ref 5)4a 1978 ser B—. J& J

86

80

75

75

latM4Ms 1956 series D..F&A
Eq trust 4Ms 1932-'42
A&O
Newport & Cincinnati Bridge—
1st M g 4Ms 1945 guar...J&J

—

Sparta & NW 1st 4s 1947M&S

1st

52M
6.25%
6.25%

80

J&J

81

>

Ref & ext 5s Feb '62 ser A.Q-F
Certificates of deposit
'
Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—
1st cons gold 4s 1938
.J&J

55*

80
53
98

1st M 5Ms 1954 series A—A&O

J&D
0s

1st &

1st 5s 1954 series B

1st 7s '27 ext at 6
% 1932-J&D
1st consol gold 5sl934_„M&N
Certificates of deposit
1st refdg gold 4s 1949
M&S

35
46

H
%
1M
1M

New Orl Gt Nor 1st 5s '55.-F&A
New Orl & Nor East 6s 1915.

1st 5s 1956 series C

con

.

cons




52

98

Minneapolis & St Louis—

56*

J&D

gold 4s 2003
M&N
Gen con gold 4Mb 2003—-M&N
Gen con gold 5s 2003
M&N
Lehigh Valley Coal—See Ind & M
Lehigh Valley Ry of New York
1st 4Mb gold 1940
J&J
Lehigh Vail Term 5s 1941.—A&O

45

Mil

48

1

New Mexico Ry & Coal Co—
1st coll trg 5s Oct 11947—A&O

Mil&State Line lst3Msl94]-J&J

5.io%

85

1M

/

A&O
M&N
F&A

New Brunsw lstg5s 1934
Cons deb 4s peroetual

55

to

77 X

Prior lien g 4Ms s f 1957-J&J
Gen mtge 4s 1977
A&O
6% g notes '15 ext to "33--J&D
0% gnotes£ '15 ext to '33. J&D

1st M s f 4Ms 1955
Naugatuck 1st 4s 1954

100M

1st ext 4)4s 1934 (1880)-J&D
Cons 6s 1913 ext at 4)i

96

Cong ref 314s 1997
76
J&D
Lehigh & New England—
1st M gold 5s 1945
99
J&J
Gen mtge gold 5s 1954
83
J&J
Eq tr 4Hs 1932-*42 (yr)—A&O 6 6.50
Lehigh Valley Harbor Term Ry—
1st mtge 5s 1954
F&A

6%

Eqtr 4Mb 1932-'37 (year). A&O

53)4

Adj M Apr 1 '53

8l"

45

8%

55

if

Nash F & S 1st gu g 5s 1937—F&A
National Rys of Mexico—

New Lon Nor 1st 4s 1940

ext at

96

Lake Shore & Mich South—

68

53

Milwaukee

60)4

60 M

F&A

46

Midland Valley—5s 1943

56)4

1st M 4s 1978 ser A

44

6a 1933
M&N
2d M adj inc 6a 1933
M&N
Midi RR 4% franc bonds

85)4

—

Stmpdaccrint at rate 4.8665
Plain 1961J&j
Lake Erie & West 1st 5a '37.-J&J
2d gold 5s July 1 1941
J&J

76 M

42

1st M

68

76)4

45
73

Morgantown & Klngwood—
1st mtge 5s 1935
J&J
Morris & Essex 3Ms 2000
J&D
Constr*n 5s 1955 aer A__ .M&N
Constr*n4M» 1955 aer B.M&N
Nashville Chattanooga & St L—

40

(Foreign aeries) I960

48

94

38

Midland

85K

90
31

91

58

85

lstg4s Jol&N Ind_1957J&JlO
1st g 3)4s J L & Sag 1951.M&S
1st gold 3)4s 1952.
M&N
Middletown & Unionvllle—

40

Certificates of deposit
K C Mem & Bir 4s 1934
Income 5s Mar 1934

65"
30

F&A

Nat RR of Mex
p 1 g 4Ms '26 J&J
1st cons gold 4s 1951
A&O
National Transc Branch Lines Co

20

02
95

94

M&S

1st 5a 1963

53

54

56

96

J&J
J&J

1st guar gold 5s 1937

Ref & impt 4Ms 1979 ser O. J&J
1st 5s Kal &S H 1939
M&N
1st mtge M Air L 4s 1940..J&J

1024
2)4

33

6s 1937

J&D

gold 4s 1977
M&S
Asst (cash warr & coup)
Michigan Central—

24

92)4

g

New Eng cons 4s 1945 gu
J&J
Consol g 5s July 1 1945
J&J
N Hav & North 4s 1956 gu—J&D
N J June 1st 4s gu 1986
F&A

1st

28

Eq tr 6s 1933-35 (yr)_—J&J 15
Kanawha & W Va 5s 1955. .-J&J
Kan City Ft Scott & Memphis—
Ref g 48 1936 guar...
A&O

4

27

Ref & ext 6s series B 1967—J&J
Jamestown Frank & Clearfield—
1st g 4s 1959 guar
J&D

Joplin Union Station—
1st g 414s 1940 guar
op„M&N

21

20

Iowa Cent 1st g 5s 1938——. J&D
Certificates of deposit
1st & refg 4s 1951
M&S

6 Basis.

Mont Wyo & So 5s 1939

ManitowGB&NW3 Ms'41
J&J
Maryland & Pa 1st g 4s '51-M&S
Memphis Union Station Co—
1st g gu 5s Nov 1 1959-.M&N
Meridian Term 4s '55 guar .M&N
Mexican International—
Prior Hen 4Mb 1947.
M&S

70

Series B

Gen

82

Philippine Govt gu
M&N
Sinking fund g 7s 1937. .M&N

84

J&J

60
51

Mont Cent 1st

Manitoba S W Col 5s 1934—J&D

Gen mtge 414s 1957-

55

M&S

20

Montour RR

1934.—J&J

1st & ref 4)4s 1935
1st & ref 5s Dec 1935

70

55

Consol gold 3Ms 2002.—M&S
Monongahela Sou 5s 1955--A&O

63

"e""
6

J&D
1st & ref 6s Dec 1935
J&D
Manila RR Sou Lines 4s'39.M&N
4s 1939 ext to 1959

75"

3

75
75
75
30
63

78

6

10
4

16

A-0

37 Ji

55

24

/

Macon Dub & Sav 5s 1947--J&J
Macon Terminal 5s 1965
J&J

86

F&A
A&O

Indlll & la 1st g 4s 1950

.

100

10<

Eq 4)4s *33-'41 O (yr)__J&J15
Eq tr 5s 1932-'38 (s-a)
M&S
Eq tr 5s 1933- 39 (year)
J&J
Montgom Div g 5s 1947--F&A

23)4

Mob & Mont 4Mb 1945—M&S k
Southern Ry joint Monon coll

59M

Sp'field Div ext 314s 1951 J&J

Indiana Harbor Belt RR—
Genl mtge 4s 1957

4.75 <

;

J&J k

Western lines g 4s 1951
Id Blm & W ext 4s 1940

4.75%

8)
10!

M&S

Moh & Mai 4s 1991

N 4s,
Sold Term1952 g 4s '52 gu J&D
J&J
1st

Louisv Diy 3Hs g 1953—-J&J
Omaha Div 1st 3s g 1951..F&A
St Louis Div 314s g 1951—J&J
St Louis Div 3s g 1951

93 %

Ask.

90

Gen M g 48.1945—
J&J
Small
Mob & Ohio, gen 4s 1938. —M&8
Ref & impt 4)4s 1977
M&S

Secured 5a 1938

5.25
5.25
98

Atl K & CIn Div 4s 1955.-M&N
Pad &Meha Div 1st 4s *40-F&A
S E & St L Dlv 6s 1971-M&S
2d mtge 3b 1980
M&S

Litch Dlv 1st g 3s 1951—-J&J

98 M

97
91

Eq tr 4Mb 1932-37 (year)_J&D
Equip 0)48 1933-36 (year) M&S
Eq tr 6s 33-'35 (yr)
J&J15

6.50%
6.50%

Equip 014s 1933-1934 (yr).F&A
Equip 7s 1932-1935
A&O
Cairo Bridge 4s g 1950—J&D

85""

93

Louisville Henderson & St Louis—
1st mtge gold 5s 1940
J&J

5s 1941

Small

82)4

Unified gold 4s 1940
J&J
1st & ref 5)4s 2003 ser A—A&O
1st & ref 5s 2003 ser B
A&O
1st & ref 4)4s 2003 ser O—A&O

70

aeries O 4Ms 1963
J&D
Gold 0Ms July 1 1936
J&J
40-year 4Ma Aug 1 1960—F&A
Eq tr 4Mb 1932-1939 K—F&A
Eq tr 4Mb 1932-1940 L___A&O
Eq tr 4Mb '32-41 M (s-a)_M&N
Eq tr 4Mb 1932-41 Ser N-A&O
Eq tr 4Mb '32-'36 (yr) O—J&J
Eq tr 5s 1932-38 ser J
M&N
Eq tr 6s '33- 35 (year)._J&J 15

94)4

83

Louisville & Jeffersonvllle Bridge
Guaranteed gold 4s 1945—M&S
Louisville & Nashville—
50-year gold 5s 1937
M&N

65

55

93)4

Louslana & North Western—
1st M gold 5s 1935
-A&O

70

70
90

48

J&J

Bid.

Mo Pac (old)—-Gen 4s 1975 M&S

Eq 6Ms 1933-'36 (year)..F&A 6 13.
Eq tr 6s '33~'35 (year)__J&J15 b 13.50
3d 7s ext to July 1938 at
57 M
4%
M&N
Mob & Birm pr lien 5s 1945- .J&J

85

85

Long Dock 6s con g 1935---A&O
Long Island—Unified g 4s 49M&S
Refunding g gu 4s 1949—-M&S
Gen mtge gold 4s 1938
J&D
Debenture gold 5s 1934—J&D
Debenture gold 5s 1937-M&N
Equip tr 5s 1932-39 (yr)._A&O
Equlptr 6s 1932 (yr)
F&A
LI City & Fcon 5s 1937—M&N
Louisiana & Arkansas—
1st M 5s 1969

100

Bonds

60 M

If**

76
45

1st gold 5s 1957 opt
-F&A
Adj inc up to 5% Feb '57-A&0
1st M 4Mb 1957 conv
F&A
Illinois Central—1st g 4s '51-J&J
1st gold 3Ms 1951
J&J
8-year notes 4Ha 1934
J&D
Main L ext 1st g 3Ms 'Sl-A&O
1st M £3s 1951
M&S
£4s gold of 1952.
£4s gold of 1963
I

,

71

Ask.

45
Lehigh & Wllkes-B Coal—Seelnd &Mlsc.
Lex & East 1st 5s 1965
A&O
Litchfield & Mad 1st 5s '34-M&N
65

1st gu g 5s Mar 1933
M&N k 100
Houston & Texas Central—

1st lien g 5s 1937—Hudson & Manhattan—

Bid.

Lehigh & N Y 1st 4s 1945--M&S

Houston Bast & West Texas—
1st 5s g May 1 1933
M&N

Indianapolis Union—
Gen & refg 5s 1965

BONDS

All bond prioes are "ind Interest" ezeept where marked '*(" and Income and defaulted bonds.

NOTICE.

Ii"
26)

4%

it

m Dollars per

Impt—Se e Ind & Miscel.

N Y New Haven & Hartford—
Deb 6s Jan 15 '48 conv-- J&J15
Deb 4s May 1 1957
M&N
Deb 4s July 1 '55 non-conv J&J

Deb 4s 1966 non-conv
M&N
Deb 4s 1947 non-conv
M&8
Deb 3 Ms March 1947
M&S
Deb 3Ms 1954 non-conv.-A&O
Deb 3Ms 1956 conv
J&J

15-year secured 0s 1940—A&O
1st & ref 4 Ms 1907
J&D

60M
35
42
42

45 M
25

35
25

60

54M

Etjujp tr 4)^s Sept 15 1932 to

)45 (s-a)—M&S 15 66.75%
Eqpt. tr. 4Mb *32"*40(yr)_J&J 66.75%
Harl Rlv & Pt Ohes 4s '54 M&N
c

1.000 franc bond.

»

Nominal,

88

s Sale price

5.50%
5.50%
91

RAILROAD BONDS

12

NOTION.—All bond prieoi oro "and Interest'

Bid.

Bonda

New York Ontario & Weetern—
Ref 1st g 4s June 1992
M&S

Six

48

&

85'

~

78

74

27

J&J

1st Mg4Hi 1940

Nord Ry s
Norfolk & Oar 5s 1939
Norfolk Southern—

78

A&O

1st gen g 5s 1954 opt

4s ser D 1945—M&N

do

33*s ser E 1949—F&A
4s ser F 1953
J&D
4s ser G 1957—M&N k
4s ser H I960---F&A
Ser I 1963
F&A

do

43*8 ser J 1904.M&N

1944 opt Jan 1 1929

43*

92

103

F&A
92

92

953*

J&J

5.00
5.00

M&N

A&O

5.00

J&J

3*

85**
94

92

N & W Pocahontas 4s '41-J&D

4.50%
4.50%
4.50%

Northern Central—

92

813*
553*

45

653*

67
64

57

65

6%
6%

5%
5%

92"

96"

70

75

b

20

25

60
31

Ohio

85

Connecting 4s 1943—M&S

46"

70

J&J
F&A

913*
1013*
1013*

1013*
101

80

78

7

12

75
75

80

F&A /
'

80
82

Pennsylvania Company—
Gu tr ctfs g 4s 1952
M&N
Gu tr ctfs g 33*s 1937
M&S
Gu tr ctfs g 33*s 1941
F&A
Gu tr ctfs g 33*s 1942
J&D
Gu tr ctfs g 33*s 1944
J&D
Sec g 45*s 1903
M&N
Pa&NYOanal con 5s 1939—A&O
Oons mtge 43*s 1939
A&O

92

80

373*

39

38

403*
85

80

793*
823*

•

-—

803*
90
83

88"

80

A„ A&O

76

96

Eq 43*s 1932-'45 (s-a) „M&N

&

87

983*

t

6

12.00
95
95

773*
90
78

Phlla & Read C & I—See Ind & M Isc.

—

5.75%
30

M&N

75

A&O

973*

64

683*

30

35

193*

22

Tennessee Central R>

70

1st m 0s 1947 sfar A
Term RR Assn (St Louis)—

40

113*

13

113*
103*
103*
83*

13

13

103*

93*
60

75"

60

75

60

75

52

54

16

25
18

8.50%
8.50%

k

70

St Paul Minn & Manitoba—

98

St

98

793*
943*

Paul

Union

34

J&J

893*
893*
903*

933*
933*
933*

76

78

1st & ref 5s 1972

32 3*

A&O
_

96

A&O

913*

1944—F&A

Eq tr 5s 1932-1939
M&N
Eq tr 43*8 1933-42 (yr)—A&O

Eqtr 43*8 1933-43 (yr)—F&A
Pac Term RR—
1st M g 53*8 1964
M&S
Tol Can Sou & D 1st 4s *56--J&J
Tol & Ohio Cent 1st 5s 1935-J&J
West Div 1st 5s g 1935—-A&O
Gen gold 5s 1935
J&D
Eq tr 0s 1933-1935 (yr)_J&J15

UH
62

55"
923*

423*

WA
8.50
8.50

8.50

Tex Pac-Mo

70

743*

J&J
& RR—
M&N

100

70
80
70

70

7.50

1st g 5s Oct 1 1940
-A&O
San Fran Term 1st 4s 1950--A&O

h Dollars per 1.000-franc bond.

43

Toledo St Louis & Western—
-

1st

A&O

gold 4s Apr 1 1950

Tol Term 1st 43*8 '57 gu—M&N
TolWalh Valley & Ohio-

453*
73

—

1st g gu 43*s 1933 ser
1st g gu 48 1942 8er O

94

96

75

85

1st

55

B—J&J
M&S

Consol

k 1003*

Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo—

8 A & Ar Pass g gu 4s 1943-J&J
San Fran & San Joaquin Val—

81

J&J

lstm. 6s 1952

_

Depot—

Salt Lake City Un Dep
1st M 5s 1938

4

—

Toledo Peoria & Western RR—

1st consol g 4s 1933
J&J
1st consol g 0s 1933
J&J
1st cons red to 43*s g 1933-J&J
Montana ext 1st 4s 1937.J&D
Pacific Ext 1st 4s £ 1940

32

98

4s '53 op '10—J&J
Terre Haute & Peor 5s 1942-M&8
Texarkana & Ft Smith—
1st m 53*8 1950 guar ——F&A
Texas City Term 6s 1941-J&J26
Texas & NO con 5s 1943—-J&J
Texas & Pac 1st 5s 2000
J&D
2nd lnc g 5s Dec 2000
Mar f
Gen & ref 5s 1977 ser B—A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1979 ser C—A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1980 ser D.
J&D

37

253*

10

coup_M&N

Gen ref a f g

43*« *47--J&J
St P & K O Sh 43*s 1941—F&A

9%

1st gold 43*s 1939
1st consol gold 5s

47

St Paul East Gr Tr

303*

mtge lnc 6s 1938

20

30"

1st g 5s

43

St Paul & Duluth—

37
29

30

713*

J&J
J&J

56

25

7l"

70

J&J

833*

473*
463*

1953
A&O /
Tampa North 1st 5s '36 op.J&J

2d

M&N

J&D

40

Tampa & Gulf Coast—

Southwestern—

1st consol g 4s 1968

12%
12%

Eqtr 43*8 Oct* 32-*39 (s-a) A&O
E Tenn reorg lien 5a 1938 M&S
1st Mem Div g 5s 1990
J&J
St Louis Div 1st g 4s 1951 -J&J

70

6 12.50
Eq tr 53*s 1932-1939 (s-a) M&S
6 12.50
Equip tr 43*s 1932-1945—J&J

4.75%

25*

42

-.-J&J

1st g 4s 1989

593*

53

Ry—
series A--J&J
deposit
series B—J&J
deposit

2d g lnc 4s Nov 1989
1st term & unif 5s 1952
Gen & ref 5s ser A 1990

5.00

973*
663*

con g

48

37

Eq tr 6s l933-'34 (yrj
J&J 15
Eq tr 5s 1932-'37(year)—M&S
Eq 43*s 1933-'41 BB (yr).F&A
Louis

5.00
b

30

47

Cons in 43*s 1978 ser A--M&S
Certificates of deposit stmp. k

St

A&O

Spartanburg Un Col 4s '95--J&J
SpoK Internat 1st g 5s 1955.J&J
Staten Isl Ry 4J*« 1943
J&D
Stephenv N&S Tex 5s '40 op. J&J
Suffolk & Oar con 5s 1952—J&J
Sun & Lewis let g 4s 1936
J&J
Sunbury Hazleton & W-B—-

St Louis-San Francisco

Prior lien 5s 1950

5.75

5.00

443*

1933—M&M

N W On 1Q4«

5.75

5s gu 1937
M&N
1st ref g 48 1955 op 1910—J&J
Southern Railway—
1st consol gold 5s 1994
.J&J
Develop & gen M g 4s '50-A&O
Develop & gen 08 1956—A&O
Develop & gen 63*s 1956-A&O
Eq tr 6s '33-'35 (yr)
J&J 16
Eq tr 5s 1932-39 (s-a)
M&S
1st

84

St Louis Iron Mt & Sou—
Ppo &

5.75

5.75

L & N So joint g 4s—See L & N
Mobile & O coll tr 4s '38-M&S

'51--J&J
1944-M&S
St J Gr Isl 1st g 4s 1947—J&J
St Lawr & Adirond 5s 1990--J&J
2d gold 6s 1996—A&O

1.

5.75

1932-1935

Eq 5s
Eq 5s '32-'41 D (yr)
Southern Pacific RR Oal—

Louis Belt—

Rlv & Gulf Div 4s

593*

423*
42 3*
403*

equip 7i

(yr)—J&D
'33-'39 O (yr)
M&S

June 1

86

35

J&J
J&J
J&J

1st m 43*8 1957
Rutl Can 1st g gu 4s 1949
Rutland con 43*s 1941

473*

M&J
w&D
-M&S

Pacific Fruit Express

993*

82

A&O

1st coll tr 4s 1949 op

f This price includes accrued interest,

tlability Impaired by maturity.

7%

R I Ar & La 43*s 1934
M&S
Rock Island-Frisco Term Ry—

623*
4.75%
4.75%

85

77

102

43

99

,

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

74

353*
33*

102"

95
80

1940

1st g 4s Nov 1 1948
Rich & Peters 43*s 1940

883*

1003*
793*

82

Richmond & Mecklenburg—

77

85

1003*

A&O
Equip 6s Jan 15 '33-*35-J&J 15

99

73

81

4.50%

93

443*

M&N

1934
40-year 43*s 1968
50-year 43*s 1981
M&N
43*s 1909 with war
M&N
Equip 7s 1932-1935 (yr) J&D
Equip 5s 1932-1939 (yr)—M&N
Equip tr 5s 1932-38 (yr)—J&D
Eq tr 43*" 1932-40 (yr)—J&D
Eq tr 43*s *32-'41 (yr)
J&D

18"

Saratoga—

Cons mtge 43*s

95

73

F&A

5.25

3100

bds May 1 1941--M&N

Certificates of

99 J*
16-yr 03*s Feb 1 1930
F&A
40-yr 5s 1904
M&N
OonM 33*s g£ 1945
J&J
Deb 43*s 1970
A&O
613*
Eq tr 5s 1933-38 (yr)
M&S 65 25%
Gen equip 5s 1932-39 (yr) A&O 65.25%
Eqtr43*s 1932-39 (yr)—A&O 65.25%
■Poor & East cons 4s 1940--A&O
303*
2d cons lnc 4s 1990
13*
Apr 1
Peoria & Pekln Union Ry—
1st g 53*a 1974 series A—F&A
65
Peoria Ry Ter 4s '37 gu op—-J&J
Pere Marquette Ry—
1st g 5s July 1950 Ser A—J&J
353*
1st g 4s July I960 ser B„J&J
28
1st 43*s 1980 ser C
M&S
293*




g

75

Co—

Oonv g 5s

75

793*

5

86
75

Aug 1 '49 J&D
(Oregon Lines)
A

43*s

1st

85"

64

60
35

Coll tr 4s (O P)

25

75

50
30

Southern Pacific Co—

70

6

M

99

1951--F&A
Branch L 1st 6s '37A&O

1977—

Rich Fredericksb & Potomac—

Certificates of

*

So Pacific

----

10

5

4s 1937—J&J

1st M g 4s 1951
South Indiana 1st g 4s

75"

1956—M&S
1947--A&O

Philadelphia & Reading RR—
Imp M ext g 4s 1947—A&O
Oons ext gold 4s 1937--M&S
Term 5s g gu May 1 '41-Q-F

94 3*

92

So Pac Coast 1st g

Southern 111 & Mo Bridge

60"

1st 5s 1943M&S /
Ral & Gaston 1st 5s g 1947—J&J
Rarltan River 1st g 5s 1939--J&J
Reading Company—
Jer Cent g 4s *51 op 06--A&O
Gen & ref 43*s 1997 ser A.J&J
Gen & ref 43*s 1997 ser B—J&J

99

M&M
M&N

gold 1948 sterling
stamped dollar bond

6 Basis,

Wore 1st 4s

13*

T7,o

Lewlsb g—
1 1925 ext at
5% to July 1 1945
-j?AJ
Shrev Bdg & Ter 5s '55 gu—F&A
Sioux City & Pac33*» 1930—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

76

Prior lien 4s 1950

Phlla Newt & N Y 3s 1942-A&0

95

85"

<At

2d 5s 1918 ext to 1938
Q-J
Phlla & Bait Cent 4s 1951—M&N
Phlla Bait & Wash 4s 1943-M&N
Gen 5s 1974 series B
F&A
Gen M 43*s 1977 ser O
J&J

38

70
85

83

Perldomen 1st 5s '18 ext to '38Q-J

35"

35
80
86

St Johns & L Cham 5s

A&O

J&J 15

45

32

Ral & Cape Fear

Ry—

Florida

6s gold July

2d

75

Prov Ter 1st g 4s gu

}r

1st gu 6s 1935 ser B
F&A
Certificates of deposit———

35

A&O ril

13*

ig

Shamokln Sunbury &

65

_

I 2*

1st gu 6s 1935 series A—F&A
Certificates of deposit.-----

30

J&J

4s

Eq tr 0s '33-'35 (yr)

40

Alton Bridge 1st g 4s

73

Seab-All

4

k 100

J&D
A&O

A

4"

k 100

J&J

A&O

stamped

Eqtr 43*s Janl5'33-40(s-a) J&D
Atlanta-Birmingham Div—
1st g 4s May 1 1933
M&S /

50

M&N

;

Guar 5s 1901

3t Clair Mad & St

75

'Gen g 43*s 1905J&D
Gen g 5s Dec 1 1908
J&D
Gen m 43*s 1981 ser D—-A&O

„

ser

1
1
20

Port Reading 1st gu 5s 1941—J&J
Ports Gt F & Oon 43*s 1937-J&D
Potomac Val 1st gu 5s g 1941 J&J
Prov Sec deb 4s 1957 gu
M&N

993*

97

Penn Ohio & Detroit RR—

43*s g 1900

78

5.75%

91

/
/
/

^AO

5% secured notes 1931—-F&A
Equip tr 6s (s-a) 1932-37-F&A
Eq tr 53*s 1932 (s-a)
A&O
Eq tr 5s 1933-1940 (s-a)—J&J

803*
823*

65

6%

Paducah & 111 1st 43*s 1955-J&J
Paris-Orleans extl 53*8 1908 M&S
0% franc bonds (foreign series)
red to 1950
J&D h
Paullsta Ry 1st 7s '42serA M&S15

do

1958

7.25

O—J&D
43*s 1977 ser D
J&D
(Me) Term gu 4s 1961-J&J

Rensselaer
99

94
90

ex g 4s 1938--F&A
2d ext 5s gold 1938
J&J
Oardelet Br 1st 43*s 1938-A&O

^

Portl

J&J

Pac of Mo 1st

do

1st

76

Pacific Coast Co—See Misc Bonds
Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd—

Pennsylvania RR—
Oon M 4s gold 1943
do
4s gold 1948

72

6

1st gen 4s series A 1948—J&D
1st M 5s 1962 series B
F&A

80

J&D

Cons mtge 4s 1939

West Va Ry—

1st m 43*s
1st m 43*s

65

Ore RR & Nav cons
Ore Short Line 1st 5s 1940.-J&J
1st cons guar 5s 1940
J&J
Oregon-Wash RR & Nav—
1st & ref g gu 4s *01 opt--J&J

ser

Pitts &

82

A&O

J&D
4s 1940. J&D

1st & ref 43*s 1977

1st g guar s f 5s 1942
Pitts Va & Char gu 4s 1943

Prov &

O Ind & W g 6s Apr 1938
Q-J
Ohio Rlv RR—1st g 5s 1930. J&D

„

Eq tr 03*s 1932-35 (yr>— A&O
Pitts McK & Y 2d 6s gu '34—J&J
Pitts Shaw & N—1st g 5s '49 F&A
Gold 4s Feb 1 1952
F&A
0% receivers' ctfs 1927—F&A
Pittsburgh & Shawmut—
1st s f g 6s 1959
J&D
P S & L Elst g 5s 1940
A&O
Cons 1st g 5s July 1 1943—J&J
Plttsb Term RR & Coal—

56

Norwich & Wor—43*s 1947.M&S
Ogd & L Oh 1st g gu 4s 1948-J&J

f 63*s 1948

963*
OA 1/

78

A&O
—-

AdJ mtge 5s Oct 1 1949—F&A
Ref gold 4s 1959 opt——A&O
Certificates of deposit--——
1st & cons 0s 1945 ser A—M&S
Certificates of deposit———

923*

76

5s 1934

k
923*
Scioto Val & N E 1st 4s 1989 M&N
Seab Air Line 1st g 4s 1950-A&O »/ 22

913*

Gen M 5s 1970 ser A
J&D
Gen M 5s 1975 ser B
A&O
Gen M 43*s 1977 ser O—J&J

31

8*

Ref & Imp 5> 2047 ser O
J&J
Ref & Imp 5s 2047 ser D
J&J
Eq tr 43*s 1932 (yr) F&A15 6

1st M 53*8 19441st M 5s 1945 series B
lat m 43*s 1950 series C
Ont & Que deb gu 5s perp

100

1st gen 5s 1974 series

Prior lien g 4s Jan 1997
Q-J
Gen lien g 3s Jan 2047
Q-F
Ref & Imp 43*s 2047 ser A. J&J
Ref & Imp 0s 2047 ser B—-J&J

Gen gold 5s 1937
Old Colony RR 4s 1938

do

95

253*

Nor Ohio 1st gu 5s g 1946—-A&O
Northern Pacific—

Eq tr 43*s 1932*40 (yr)M&S15
No Ry of Oal 5s g gu 1938—A&O
North Penna ext'd 4s 1930.-M&N
Gen g 3 3-10s 1953
J&J
Northwestern Terminal RR—
1st M 5s 1977

do

1959 ser B
1st M 43*8 1960 ser O
Picts Young & Ash—

Gen & ref 5s 1974 ser A
M&S
Gen & ref g 43*s ser A'74- M&S
Nor Maine Seaport 5s 1935-A&U

1st M g

853*

MAS

1st g 5s 1942

Sav Fla & W 1st 0s 1934

Pitts & Lake Erie

'

7

N & W Ry 1st con 4s '90—A&O
Div 1st lien & gen g 4s July 1

s

Ctfs of dep

21

102

96

do

11

J&J

Impt & exten 0s 1934

1st M

Stamped

95

193*

do

373*
102

33*

Norfolk Ter 1st gu 4s 1901—M&N
Norfolk & Western

„

92

8*

363*
1003*

A&O

Eqtr 43*s 1932 (yr)
Rq tr 43*8 1932 (yr)
Eq tr 4H« 1933-f35

99

90

1st & ref g 5s *01 opt '15—F&A
Norf & South 1st 5s 1941-M&N
,

Oon g gu 43*« ser A 1940-A&O
Ser B 1942
A&O
do
Ser O 1942
M&N
do

20

J&J

guar
f 03*s I960

„

100

_

do

F&A
F&A
Term 1st g 5s 1943
M&N
N Y Westchester & Bos Ry—

Bid

Bonds

Philippine Railway—
1st p 4s 1937 s f opt gu—J&J
B & L E con g 5s 1947
J&J
Pitts Oin Chic & St Louis—

69

2d mtge 43*s 1937
Gen mtge 5s g 1940

Ask.

Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenix—-

87

64"

A&O

N Y Susq & Western—
1st refunding 5s 1937—

90

72
70

Stock trust ctfs 4s 1948... J&D
N Y Prov & Bos 4s 1942
A&O
N Y & Put 1st 4s g 1993

583*

90

N Y Phil & Nor—1st g 4s *39 J&J
Income 4s Jan 1 1939
M&N

Bid.

Bonds

Ask

46

Oen M g 4s 1955 red
J&D
N Y Pa & O p 1 43*a 1935-M&S

except where marked "I" and Inoome and defaulted bonds

102

70

gold 4a June 1 1946—J&D
m 43*81966 ser A—F&A

50
50

1033*
843*

A; Last sale.

I In London,

n

Nomina),

r Sale price

♦Nego-

April, 1933.]

RAILROAD

BONDS

AND

73

STOCKS

NOTICE.— to bond prloo ars "and interest" except where marked "(" and Inoome and defaulted
bonds
Bonds and Stocks.

Bid.

Union Pacific—
1st ry & land gr 4o g 1947—J&J
1st & ref 4s June 2008
M&S
1st 8c ref 6s June 2 2008--M&S

95%
79%

77%
74

4.50%

87

91

96%
90%

Brunswick Ter & Ry Sec Oo
Oamden & Burl Oo (guar)

Vlcksburg Bdge & Term Oo—
1st M

s

f 0s 1958

27

Canadian Pacific.
4% non-cum preference
4% perpetual cons deb
Oaro Olinchfield & O coin 4
%

Vlcksburg Shreveport & Pacific—
Pr lien 0s '15 ext
5% '40—M&N
Gen 5s May 1 1941
M&N
Virginia Mid gen 5s 1930 —M&N
Va & Southwest 5s
2003
J&J
1st cons g 5s 1958
A&O

60
55

80

84
78

in

4%s 1902

B

ser

M&N

5.25

5.25

—

2d gold 5s 1939
F&A
Deb mtge 0s series B 1939-J&J
1st lien term gold 4s 1954-J&J
Ref & gen 5%s 1975 A
M&S
Eq tr 0s 1933 35 (year)_J&J15
Eq tr 4%s 1932-42 (yr)__ _A&0
Det & Ohic ext 1st
g 5s '41-J&J
Des M Div 1st g 4s 1939-J&J
Toledo & Ohic 4s g 1941—M&S

wSSJhRy— Ut8H*g 41-A&O
Ref & gen 5s 1970 ser B—F&A
Ref & gen 4%s 1978 ser O-A&O
Ref & gen 5s 1980 ser D—A&O
Warren 1st refg 3%s 2000—F&A
Wash Cent 4s Mar 1948

Washington Co Ry 1st

3%s~Jan

1954

55%

/

Preferred

37%

1st M 5s 1940 series A
Eq tr 5%s 1933

6%
14%
14%
60 %

45""

31%
7

5%
6%

7%
7%

6

50

28

89

84%

94%
55

67

93
92

59%

61%
63%

&
99%

101%
90

J&D
J&J

72

W Va & Pitts 1st 4s
g 1990--A&O

60

Wllm

&

Newb 4s

""

65

50

1st preferred
2d preferred...
Columbus & Xenla (guar)
Conn & Pass Riv pref
Oonsol RRs of Ouba pref
Cripple Oreek Central

23

-

w

10

10%

7

—

.

10
Maine.

—

Par
8

14
20

14

4%
4

2

"6%

65

90
85

42

47

80

84

70

90

44%

75

50

54

Peoria

Pere Marquette Ry com

19%
15

70
5

7%

1

1%

1

1 %
2 %

1%

1 %

—

50

50

1st preferred-.--.—
100
2d preferred
.——100
Erie & Kalamazoo (guar)
50

1

„

d
d

Hartford & Oonn Western
Hudson & Manhattan

100

11%
27%

100

...

Oom vot trust ctfs

(f)

Preferred

100
100

,

Kansas Oity Southern

16

Preferred

60*
35
50

4%
6%

A"
45

55
105

7%
5%

100

18%

Lackawanna RR of N J
Lehigh Valley

50

Preferred
Little Miami original guar
Spec guar betterment stk

50

50
50

Eastern

%
77
100
78
64
73

■Vk*
30
15

77
55
76
110
94
50
40
45
15

16%
65

%
5%
5%

100
100
100
100

8

Phila Germ & Norrlsjfguar)— 50
Phila & Trenton (gu Pa RR)_100

110
195

Lake Erie
50
Preferred
50
Pitts Oin Ohic & St Louis
100
Pitts Ft W & Ohic com (gu)„ 100
Preferred (guar Penn RR)„ 100

26

52

115
135
31
45

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie
50
PittsbMcK & Yough (guar)— 50
Pittsb & West Va common
100
Pitts Youngst & Asht pref
l00
Prov & Worcester (guar)
Railroad Securities Oo—

100

5
109
x

4% 111 Cent stk ctf 1952—1000
Reading Company
50

5%
:

2d preferred—50

:

Fred

obligations

25%
17%
97
56
56

& Potom—Oom—100

Dividend

115

23

•

50

1st preferred

100

lOO

108
138

Roch & Genesee Val RR—1
100
Rome & Olint (gu D & H)__ 100

50
45

6% guaranteed
7% guaranteed

Rutland

100

pref

St Louis

2nd

7%
104

100
100
-.100

....

Bridge 1st pref
preferred

St Louis-San Francisco

52
1

100

Ry

0% preferred

100

Preferred

1%

100

St Louis Southwestern

3%
4%

100

i

Saratoga & Schenectady (gu)

5

12
33

Preferred

70

100

Sharon

•

%

100

...

28

50

——.

Southern Pacific Oo._
Southern Ry common..
Preferred
Mob & Ohio stk tr ctfs
.

13%

100

6

.100

7%

100
100

25*

Southwestern of Ga (guar) —.100

11%

12

Texas & Pacific

15

20

Troy & Gr'bush (gu NYO)..

36

38

Tunnel RR of St Louis
Union Pacific—Oommon

%

2

1%
4%

2

6

100

16

50
100
.100

40
104

.

67%
61%

Preferred
100
United N J RR & Oanal (gu). 100
Utlca Ohen & Susq Val (gu). 100

195

20~"

Utica Clinton &

50

1
150
60

70

80

100

8

9
15
60
10
25

100

no*

100 dx 11
56
100

88

8%
"5%

Seaboard Air Line common100

"3%

50 d
50 d

100
Non-cumul d% pref ser A. .100
Leased lines (guar)
100
Stk tr ctfs—See RR Securs Oo.
nternat Rys (Cent Am) com. (+)

&

Preferred
Prior preferred

Rich

20

100

Preferred

Joliet & Ohic (guar O &
A)__.100
Kal Allegan & Gr Rap (gu)
100
K O St L & Ohic—Pref (gu)._100

14

2%
45

15
Erie & Pitts (guar Pa RR)___ 50
50
Wayne & Jack pref (guar). 100
100
GeorglaRR & Bank Oo (gu)__ 100
Great Northern Ry—Pref
100 " ;; 7
Ore certificates.
5%
(no par) d
Green Bay & Western..
11
100
Gulf Mobile & North com
1%
100
Preferred
2%
100

Iowa Central

25

4

4%

Ft

68

Atlantic Ooast L RR com
100
18%
Atlantic 1st leased lines rent tr.. Ix 83
Augusta & Savannah (guar)..100
25

30
45

!i*

50

Rensselaer & Saratoga (guar). 100

57

d
d

50
100

57
100

40
3

%
%

loo

39%

90

4%

35
1

63

50

33

U 1

39%

8*

49

19%

100

Preferred vtc
Illinois Central

60
165

27
70

2

20
2%
3%
98
76

65" Pittsburgh Bess &

5%

30

51

15%
25

100

Ogden Mine RR (gu On N J)-100
Old Colony (gu NYNH&H)—100
Ontario & Quebec
100
5% permanent deb
100
Oswego & Syrac (gu D L & W) 50
Passaic & Del Ext
100
Paterson & Hudson River
50
Paterson & Ramapo
50
Pennsylvania RR—......... 50
Pennroad Oorp v t c_.
Peoria & Bureau Val (guar)-.100

35

...100

Preferred

Northern Securities Oo stubs
North Pennsylv (gu P & R)._

25

T

l
I

16%

Adjustment preferred
100
No Carolina (guar So RR). .100
North Pennsylvania
50
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

15

14

n

,

100
100
100
100

—

30

^

d

100
100

4

55

Preferred
100
Atlanta Birm & Coast pref
100
Atlan & Ohar Air L (guar)
100
Atlanta & West Point
100
Atlantic Ooast L Oo of
Oonn—50

2%

60

25 d

Huntingd & Broad Top vtc.

155

_ _

6

3%

100

1

Alabama & Vlcksburg
.100
Albany & Surquehanna (guar) 100
Alleghany Oorp
(t
5 % % pref (with $30
warr)
10
5%% pref (without warr)—100
6 % % pref (with $40 warr)
100
Allegheny & West (guar.)
100
Atch Top & Santr, Fe
100

3%

_(t) d

Erie—Common.
....

95

Sup & Dul Dlv 4s 1930
M&N
6
Worcester Nash & Roch—See Bo ston &
Yosemite Val s f g 5s 1930—J&J f

com

6

4

100
50 d

Preferred (guar Nor Cent).

80

50
50
100
100

4

3

1

100

East Penna (guar P&R)
Elmira & W'msport (guar)

Winston-Salem Southbound—

Preferred
Alabama Tenn & Nor
Preferred

1%

3

,

7%

H

N Y Ontario & Western
Norfolk Southern
100
Norfolk & Western Ry——100

1

4%
2%

100
100

pref

7% preferred

55

160

non-cum

N Y Lack & West (guar)
N Y New Haven & Hartf

60

15

-

100
100

Ala Great Southern com

175-

9i
15
64
30

69

34

73

100
100

100
100

Preferred A.

100

100
Warren N J (guar D L & W)_ 50
West Jersey & Seashore.
-50
10C
100

100

x

90%

25

1%
1%
1
35

40

5%
25
5

100




/ This price includes accrued Interest.

I Last Sale.

0%.

I In London,

n

1%

100

Preferred

1%

100

Preferred.

b Basis,
d Price per share, not per cent.
rights.
x Ex-dividend,
t No par value.

"6""
15
700

J

100
50
50

Preferred

27

12

5%

6% preferred
N Y & Harlem com (gu)

74

1%

Preferred

23

18%

J&J

36

28%
300

5

I

_

1%

50 d

Detroit Hills & S W (guar)
Detroit & Machinac Ry

50""

J&J

50
60

35
80

.3

National Rys of Mex 1st pref-100
2d preferred
100
New London Northern
100
New Orl Texas & Mexico
100
New York Central RR
100
Dividend payable in London.
N Y Ohic & St Louis com
100

33

1%
3%
%

100

96

*

Wil & Wei gen g 5s 1935
Gen mtge g 4s 1935

78

1

100

Denver & Salt Lake

81

F&A

BAILSOAD STOCKS.

46

Oin Union Term 5% pref
100
Oleve Oinc Chicago & St L-..100

Duluth South Shore & Atl

1st gold guar 4s 1900
J&j
Wis Cent Ry—1st M
g 4s '49 J&J
1st & ref 4s 1959
A&O

100

100
100

7% preferred

6%

18

1947

~7%
40

73

100

Delaware & Hudson Oo
Delaware Lack & Western
Delaware
Denv & Rio Gr West pref

70

60
7.25
90

m

30

m

Ouba

75

71%

White & Black River Valley—
1st 5s 1980
J&J
Wichita Union Terminal Ry—
1st g gu 4 %s 1941
opt
M&N
Wilkes & K 1st g 5s 1942—J&D
W111& 8 F 1st 5s g 1938
J&D

23

4
RR preferred
100
Dayton & Mich com (guar)
50 d 25
Preferred (guar OH&D).. 50 d
65
Delaware & Bound Br (guar) .100
150

60

Wheeling & Lake Erie

F&A

%

100

—.—-—100
Oleve & Pitts (guar Pa RR).. 50
Betterm't stk (guar Pa RR) 50
Colorado & Southern
100

-

1940

19

25

_

8

127

100

—

-

6

Atl.

31
70

28%
100
60 d 250
Pref (guar LS&MS)
50 d 40
Maine Central
4%
100
Preferred
100
500
Michigan Central
100
Midland Valley com
3
50
25
Preferred
50
42
Minehill & Schuyl Hav (gu)__ 50
Minneapolis & St Louis
100
Minneapolis St P & S S M
100
1
Preferred100
4% leased line ctfs
100
Mississippi Central
100
Mo-Kan-Tex RR com—(no par)
Preferred
100
Missouri Pacific com
100
Preferred
100
Mobile & Birm pref (guar)—-100
Mobile & Ohio—See Southern Ry
Morris & Essex (guar)
50
Nashv Ohatt & St Louis
100
Nashv & Decatur (gu L & N)_ 25

5

6% preferred
100
Ohic St Paul Minn & Omaha .100

—.W*

4s

12

x

Preferred---

95

Wheeling Term

25

14
12

7% preferred
100
Oinc New Orl & Texas Pacific. 100
Preferred
100
Oinc Sandusky & Oleve pref
60

32

J&D

—J&J

■.

mm mi m,

5

100

Chicago & North Western
Ohic R I & Pacific common

25%

Eq tr 0s Jan 15 1933-35

8
12

Preferred100

25%

RR—
1st consol gold 4s 1949---M&S
Ref M 4%s series A 1900.M&S
Ref gold 5s series B 1960.M&S

10
'

100

Preferred

55

/—-

M&S

5%s 1934-38 (yr)
West Shore 1st 4s 2301
Registered

11

7

Chicago Great West com
100
7%
Preferred
100
10 % Ohic Ind & Louisv common
100
10%
Preferred
—.100
98% Ohic Milw St P & Pacific—
40
Oommon.--.
(f)

Q-M

nr1*? & Y &
1977 Ber A-J&J
West N
Penna 5s 1937.-J&J
Gen mtge gold 4s 1943
A&O
Western Pacific RR Oorp—

6

74

g guar

1924
J&J
Wash Term
Oo—3%s 1945—F&A
1st gold 4s 1945 guar
F&A
Washington & Vandemere—
1st 4%s 1947
F&A
West Jersey & Sea Shorn—
Consol gold 4s 1930
J&J
Oons 3Hs g series B 1930-J&J
West Maryland 4s 1952
A&O
op

64%

10%

Oommon stamped 5%
100 xd 50
Oatawlssa RR—1st pref (guar) .50
32
39
2d pref (guar P&R)
32
50
Oayuga & Susq (guDL&W). 30
84 % Central of New Jersey
32~"
100
17
81% Chesapeake Oorp
(f)
4.50 % Chesapeake & Ohio common
27%
25
4.50% Chestnut Hill
50
50
45
57% Chicago Burl & Quincy
100
43% Ohic & East Illinois common_100

38

Eq tr 4%a 1933-1940(yr)_.J&J
roEqtr *,1932-1938 (yr) -M&N
Wabash RR—1st g 5s 1939-M&N

83

__

Virginian Railway—
1st

62%
8G%

83

95

55

1st M gold 5s 1902
opt—M&N

29

(t) d
25 d
100

Oanada Southern

23

M&S

80
25

Louisville & Nashville
Mahoning Ooal RR

12%

5J*

Vera Oruz & Pacific RR—
1st gold 4%s 1934
opt
J&J
1st gold 4%s 1934
assenting—.
Vermont Vail 1st 4%s 1940--A&O

26

11

1st preferred O stamped
1st preferred D stamped
1st preferred E stamped
Preferred stamped
Bost & Prov (guar Old Ool)—_ 100
Boston Rev Beach & Lynn
100

M&N

11

Lit Schuyl Nav RR & Ooal(gu) 50 d
Louis & Mo Riv pref (guar)—100

20

87
87

Bid.

Par.

23

Prior pref
1st preferred A stamped
1st preferred B stamped

84

Stocks.

9%
11%

1st preferred E unstamped-100

100%

Ask.

9%

50 d
100 d

com

Preferred

4.50%
4.50%
4.50%

5.00

100
100

Beech Creek (guar N Y O)
50
Belgian Nat Rys Oo
American shares partlc pref.- d
Boston & Alb (guar N Y d)— 100 x
Boston & Maine com (stpd) —100
1st preferred A unstamped. 100
1st preferred B unstamped. 100
1st preferred O unstamped-100
1st preferred D unstamped. 100

77

5.0C

Bid.

Par

Preferred

Bangor Aroostook

80

5.01
5.0(1

F&A

Series B 1957

95%
81 %
99%

99

1st 7s *08 ext at 4% to '33-J&J
Utlca Olin & Ring 5s 1939—J&J

„

Stocks.
Bait & Ohio—Oommon

40-year 4%s 1907
J&J
40-year 4s 1908
J&D
Eq tr 4 %s *32-'38 (yr)
M&N b
Eq 4%s Sent 16 '32 '39-M&S15 b
Eq tr 5s 1932-*37 (yr)
M&S b
Eq tr 7s 1932-'35 (yr)
J&D b
Union Terminal Oo (Dallas)1st g 5s 1942 opt 1922
a&O
United N J RR & Oanal Oo—
General gold 4s 1944
M&S
Gen1st g 3%s Mar 1 '51-M&S
Utah & Northern—

Vandalia RR—
Ceng 4s 1955 series A

Ask.

7
7

100

Nominal,

s

Sale price,

y Ex-

Investment Trust Stocks and Bonds
interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds.

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and

Stocks and Bonds.

Stocks and Bonds.

Ask.

Bid.

Par.

2.90

X
8
45

33

Fundamental Trust shares A
Class B

.

General American

J&J
Allied Int Investing Oorp com. (t)
S3 convertible preferred
.(t)
Am Bank Stk Trust Shares

l.ot

6*

(t)
F&A

m

(t)

X

Amer Business Shares

Amer. Composit Trust Shares
Amer Elec Sec partic pref
American European Secur

«S*

(t)
J&J

0% preferred
7% preferred

12*
13

5

10
1

X

Common class B

0%

28

preferred

Amer lnsuranstocks Oorp
Amer Investors Inc com B

IX

IX

2

Warrants
Associated National Shares

2i

3M

Atlantic & Pac Int

com w w

w

50

w

Units

Utilities

f3 preferred A
Bancamerica-Blair

35

(f)

STutTjiiitfl

2%

1X

Corp""!

Bankers Nat Investing com A
Bankers Sec Oorp of Am

10 X

(t)
fti

7% preferred..
10
BankstockB Oorp of Md cl A_.(t;
Class B

1%

British Type Investors c ] A

(f)
1

48c.

8X

Bullock Fund

2.15

Canadian Investment Fund

Capital Administration cl A
Class B
$3 cum pref ser A

.1
(t
1(

5ys

6s series A 1953 with warrants
Without warrants

66

2%
6

3

13 X

10'_

25

1956

Equity

3

55

Preferred

5*

va

(t )
(T

"A"

7% preferred
100
5s series A with warrants 1947—

coll A—
Invest Fund of N J
(D
Investment Trust of N Y coll A.
Investors Equity common
(t)
Debenture 5s series A 1947
Deb 5s ser B 1948 with warr..
_

Investors Trustee Shares

-

2

3
1

10.02

3*

Deb 5Hs 1939
F&A
Standard Oil Trust shares A
Class B

10.64
7.66
10.58
7.02
6.48
9.15
7.62
10.30

$1.20 preferred
$3 cum conv 1st pf
Investing Corp com..
$3 convertible preferred

Class B-

........

Class C_—

t

.

Cyl&SS I)

*•'«w

Supervised Shares
Investors
(
Trl-Oontlneotal Corp.. ——
0"1' cum pref
——1
Trusteed Amer Bank Shares

52

Mutual Investment Trust

23

25

AA (modified).

1.51

1.65

1.51

1.65

23 M

24 X

ACO (modified)
Counselors Securities
Credit Alliance class A

66

5^8 1938

10
80

10

6

8

7% cum preferred—100
Cumulative Trust Shares
Deposited Bank Shares ser NY..
Deposited Insur Shs ser A
Deposited Bank Shs N Y A

65

69

2.35

1.90

IX
IX

2X
2X

6

Diversified Trustee Shares A
B shares.

2.05

O shares

3

D shares
Dividend Shares

89c.

Eastern Utilities Investing Corp—
Common A
(f)
Deb 5s 1954 with warr M&8 15 fk

3X
2.06

National Trust Shares

6X

3%
96c.
1

1953

Northern

100

"IX

Debenture 4Ha Dec 15 1952—
Old Colony Trust Associates—

2.10

Pacific Investing Corp—
Deb 5s 1948 without warr.-J&J

com..

1

(t)

40

1.90
2

2.10

44;
l.i

.

_

10
72 X

IH

1

Trust

(t)

.8

--(t)

Deb g 5s 1948
U S Elec Light &
Trust ctfs ser

4

M&N

Preferred

4

40

Pow tr ctf A_

n

B

Voting trust ctfs
U S Elec Pow Oorp com w war(t)

77c

X

Warrants.

5X

7X

71

8x
4

||

Internat class A.(t)

Class B

Securities com_(t)
$0 1st preferred
<T>
U S & Internat Sec
(t)
1st pref with warrants
(t)

U

Xe
9X

i2i

Primary Trust Shares

t No par value.
cEx-coupon.
d Price r»f>r share, not per cent,
Ex-dividend.
♦ Negotiability impaired by maturity.

United Insurance

67

(

Preferred-.--—.
Premier Shares

1-7 0th
—
United Bank Trust shares...

1.75
1.75

67

—

Class B

6H

.-(t)
5s ser A with warr 1948—J&D
United Fixed Shares ser Y._.
United Founders common .....1
Common

U S & British

IX

;_(t)

Petroleum and Trad'g Oorp Al
Corp A.
Phoenix Sec Oorp..

~~9X

3X
76

25

20

Pacific Southern Invest pref_.(
Class A
(

2X
37

1.65

Corp—

United Oil Trust Shares

2X

Old Colony Invest Trust com_(t)
Debenture 4 H s Feb 1 1947

1st serial trust shares

A

3X
72 X

□11 Shares units.-.

X
13
IX

Preferred

60

1.54

1.90

.(t)

2X

1.54

Securities

7

(t)

North Amer Util Secur

1
1.35

Tr

B

Union Amer Invest

30c.

55

Series

Two-Year Trust shares

1.26

-—

—

AX

2X

Niagara Share Oorp (Md)
Conv deb 5Xe 1950——M&N
B common
5
North American Bond Trust Ctfs.
North American Trust shares

2X
2X

.■»•»«»» mm mm. mm

2.16

10c.

New Jersey Bankers Securities
N Y Bank Trust Shares

1.30
3

Oil shares A—

*

Trust Fund Share

25

23

Bank

1.00
1.35
—

•

Twentieth Century Fixed

Warrants

Shawmut

18

A—

O

Class D
Trustee Standard
B

3.70

3

Trust Shares of America

Voting trust ctfs

7
75

10

8% preferred

2

1.

$5.50 preferred.
National

Nationwide Sec Co tr ctf B

2

IX

1.28

42 X

Bank shares.

Trustee Stand Invest ser

(f)

2.ll

3.60
1.00
12 X

Third National

Trusteed N Y

(t)

A
^

20

1.28

Class BB

13-Hi

Investors

&
60

2.25

-

25 X

National

jv

(t)
(t)

class A

Super Corp of Amer
Class AA--

12 X

1.65

5)
66 X

Common B

24X
3X

L50

3X

2X

Warrants

4X
2X

i
2.20

Sec com A

Mohawk Investing Corp

(t)

%

3

Oorp

State St Investment

Sterling

15

3X
IX

39 X

Sun

2X
IX

1.65




10

50 X

Major Shares Oorp

1937 with warr—

Deb 5s Mar 1

Ex-warrants...

3X
2X
84X

78
78

Low-Priced Shares..

Accumulative series

x

10

72

2X

7.14
9.49

1765

Federated Capital Corp com
6% preferred
Fidelity Fund, Inc
First Common stocks Corp

8X
65

(t)

$5.50 preferred
1

8.66

1.50

S0 conv pref with warr

%
9X

Series G__,

1.50

.......................

Equity Trust Shares

Spencer Trask Fund Inc
(t)
Standard All Amer Corp
Standard Amer. Trust shares
Standard Coll Trust shares
Standard Investing Oorp com_(t)

Series F

Mutual Management com
Nat Bond & Share Corp

Equity Trust Shares
Elec Shareholdings Corp

(f)

50

100
Corporate Trust shares old series.

Equity Investors Oorp
Stamped.

2

13

Massachusetts Investors

X

Convertible preferred

Crum & Forster Tnsursh B

1

52"

2

2

60
(t)

Spanish & Gen Corp Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg
£1
Amer dep rets ord
bearer £1

43 X

6.61
6.04

-

6X
53
53

Southern Corp com

10.12
7.23

Series B

1952

27
3.45

Shenandoah Corp common
Convertible preferred
Sisto Financial Corp ....

8X

Keystone Custodian Funds Inc—
Series A.

1942

5s

78
4.80

Series C

Management Trustee ah.
(t)
(t)

Shawmut Bank Inv Trust——

1933
1943
1933
1943
common

lPs
32

Shawmut Association

50

100

Crum & Forster Inc com

Selected

of Amer—

Series H

Debenture 5s May 1 1942
Without warrants.

AA__

.....ft)

•'"M

Loomis-Sayles Mutual Fund

Class B.

Consolidated Equities, Inc.—
Coatlnental Secur Oorp com—(t)

$5.50 prior stock
Allotment certificates

4^8

J&D

convertible pref

4X
2X

(t)

10
1.00

—100
-100

Series E

1

95c.

10||

Series D

50

(t)

preferred
Chelsea Exchange Oorp cl A...
cum

1.55

3X

Without warrants..

%

,

Chartered Investors

53c~

18*

12 X

-

Secured gold 5s
Secured gold 5s

-(

—

Selected American

40 X

Investment Trust (N Y)

74 X

16
1

Century Trust Shares
Chain & Gen'l Equities Inc
6H% Pref

2X

A
66

Cent Nat Oorp class A..
GlassB

Secured gold 0s
Secured gold 0s

31

Selected Industrie* com

Investment Co of Am com —(.t)

i2.ri

3
33

Shares Inc
Selective Cumulative Shares

-1
(t)

of Am com A

Internat Securities Tr

Interstate

#
.

Selected Income Shares

6X% preferred
0% preferred
Debenture os 1947

10

Banslcllla Oorp
Basic Industry Shares

$5

7%

6X
36 X
2%
2X
14 X

27X

32

(t)

Certificates

15

J

Selected American shares

23

Utility Invest—
Deb g 5s Jan 1949
F&A
Deb g 6s 1940 B with war—J&J
Insuranshares Co. of Delaware—1

15

6X

(t)

common

12
12

Preferred

Atlas

preferred
$6 preferred

Insuil

(t)

——60
unit ctfs

Security Allied Corp
Securities Corp General com.

Holding Corp—

Int Sec Corp

Associated Stand. Oil Shs

2.M

Preferred

Hydro Elec Sec com
(t)
Illuminating Shares class A
Incorporated Investors
. (t>
Independence Trust Shares —(t~
Indus & Power Securities Co—(t

3X

El

0% preferred—
Second Nat Inv Corp
Common

%

Voting trust ctfs units

35

7
8

—

Huron

7X

class A.

com

(t)

Second Int Sec Corp A com—(t)
Class B common
(t)

6

:<t!

Gude Wlnmill Corp.

7*

6i
5'

Amer & Gen Sec

X

s'y.

Debenture 5s series A 1948

3

77

Coll tr s f 6« 1958 ser A
Amer Founders Oorp common.(t)

A
5.28

Representatl ve Trust
hares
Royalties Management A
Seaboard Utilities Shares
Second Custodian Shares

3"50

X

$7 preferred
2X
4

20

Preferred

A(t)
(t)

$7 first

$0 units
$3 units

3

2X
2X

2yg

3%
55

3*125

Investors Trust

Guardian Investors com

$3 preferred
(t)
American & Continental Corp..
5a 1943-

Reliance Internat Corp com

77 X

& Utlitles com
1
$0 pref with warr
(t)
German Credit & Invest.
Pref. allot, ctf. 25% tst pref—
63
1.20 Guardian Investment Trust—
Preferred w w
2X

(f)

Class B

3

General American Shares class A.

General

share.

56"'

(t)

$3 preferred

47

Gen'l Realty

Common

Capital Oorp A

2X
1.20

x

"V. 17"" Quarterly Income Shares

2X
3X

(t)
Investors--(t)

Preferred (with warrants)...(t)
Deb 5s Feb 1 1952 without warr

Amer Banksto cks Corp
(t)
American British & Continental—

Amer.

16X
2X

Fourth Nat'l Investors w w

25

4.43

1

39

5s A with warr 1949

$6 preferred._
)eb g 5s 1953—

5.56

-(f)

Series B

Pei

(t)

Prudential Investors

preferred
(T)
Public Utility Holding com w w(t)
Common without warrants, (f)

3

2.35

It)

Fixed Trust Shares series A

2.65

2

pref A—*

First Invest Co of N H

share.

2.45

First Custodian Shares Oorp

Bid.

Par.

Stocks and Bonds.

Ask.

Per

Five Year Fixed Trust shares—

Aero

-

11.60

>

Administered Fund com
(t)
Underwriters Corp
(t)
Air Investors
Inc v t c_
(t)
Convertible preferred
(t)
Aldred Invest Tr 4J4s Dec 1907—
4Kb 1968
Alliance Investment com.
-

3.00

10.60

ABO Trust Shares

Bid.

Par.

share.

Per

l\x
9*
X
10X
2X
1.50

S & Foreign

F
A

U S Securities Corp—
Coll trust income

35
3

7s 1962.

United N Y Bank Shares O 3.
United Insurance Tr

1.65
3

Stocks F

U S Shares H

1.84

Universal Trust Shares
Utility Equities Corp com_._f-h
$5.50 priority stock
...

IX
24

Utility & Industrial Corp.—
Convertible preferred

k Last sale,

n

Nominal,

s Sale

price.

t New stock,

v

Ex-rtock dividend

(\

Public Utilities
(includes

street aDd

NOTICE —411

bond

Bonds.
Adriatic

Electric

aiwtrlc

priosi

Bid.

railways, gas, electric

Bonda.

Atk

94

96*$

90
82

92

Barstow

84

80

82

lst&ref 4*$s 1967
J&D
65*$
1st & ref 5s 1968
M&S
68
Alabama Water Service Co—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
61
-J&J
Albany Ry—See United Trac.
All eg Bellev & P—See Phila Co
Allegheny Gas Oorp 6*$b'43 MAN /
5
Allentown-Bethlehem Gas 1st s f
5HS1954
A&O
102*$
Alton & St L Bridge 7s 1947 M&N
21*$
Deb 7s 1942
7
Alton Water 5s 1956
80
A&O
Altoona & Logan Val Elec Ry—
Con g 4*$s 1933 gu
F&A 15 / 21
Amer Commonwealths Power—
Deb g 6s 1952 ser A
F&A /
*$
Deb g 5*$s 1953—.—M&N
Oonv deb 6s 1940
M&S
Amer Community Power—
....,,
Deb 6*$s 1953-3&3\JkA
Secured notes 5*$s 1931— M&N/
16

:^i*$

1st

71

13 *$

Ooll trust sffls 1959 ww.. A&O
Beaver Valley Wat 6s 1935.M&N
Bell Telephone of Oanada—
1st g 5s 1955 ser A
M&S
1st g 5s 1957 ser B
J&D
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser O—.M&N
Bell Telep Oo of Pennsylvania—
1st & ref 5s 1948 ser B
J&J
1st & ref 6s 1960 ser O
A&O
Belolt Water, Gas & Elec Oo—

6

104*$
24
11
85

24

Am Pow & L deb 6s
2016

13*$
16

/

M&S
Amer States Public Serv—
1st 1 5 *$• 1948 ser A
M&N
Deb 6s 1938
J&D
Amer Telep & Tel eg—
Oonv g 4s *36 conv aft '09-M&S
Coll trust 5s 1946
Deb s f 5s 1960

...J&D
J&J
Deb 5*$o Nov 1 1943—M&N
Oanv deb 4*$s 1939 ——J&J

35-yr deb 5s 1965

F&A

American Utilities Co—
1st lien & ref 6s 1945
Deb 6*$s 1941
Amer W W & El 5s 1934
Deb 6s 1975 Ser A
Deb 5s 1975 ser B

34

100*$
101*$
98*$
103 M
100*$
98 *$
17
10
82 *$

56*$
50

Annap & Chesapeake Bay Pow
1st 6s 1948
J&D
Ana & Pot R RR—See W
Ry&El.

102

Androscoggin Elec let 5s *34 A&O
Androscoggin Water Power—

83

F&A

14*$
27 *$

75

162$
17*$

M&N

80*$

Appalachian Power 5s 1941 J&D
7% gold bonds 1936
F&A
Deb

gold 6s 2024

Appalachian Gas Oorp—

98

100

J&J

67

41

Deb 6*48 1935
M&N
Arkansas P & L 1st 5s 1956-A&O
Arkansas Western Gas Oo—
1st 7s 1939 with warr
J&J
Arkansaw Water 1st 5s 1956-A&0
Ashland (Wis) L & Pow St Ry.
1st M gold 5s 1939
Ashtabula Water 5s *56
Assoc Elect 4*$s 1953
5s Jan 11961

—J&J
A&O
J&J

J&J
Associated Gas & Elec Oo—
Oonv deb 5*$s 1977
F&A
Oonv deb 4*$s '48 with warM&S

Without warrants
Oonv deb 4*$s 1949
Cons ref deb 5s 1968
Oonv deb 6s 1950
Oonv 5*$s 1938

81

71*$

gM

TVs

33
95

40~
30

45
35

20
69

25

28
86

32

88

90
82

78

27*$
28

18*$

69*$

88

28
31
19

13

15
14

13*$

13K
14*$

i t*

M&N

13

14

1st 5s Nov 1935
——M&N
Athens (Ga) Ry & Electric—
1st & ref s f g 5s *50 opt '15 J&J

Atl Oons St RR—See Ga Ry & El
Atlanta Gas L 5s g 1947
J&D
Atlanta Nor Ry—See Ga Ry & El
Atlanta Wat, El & Pr 5s 1943 J&J
Atlantic Olty El 5s 1938
M&S
1st & ref 5*$s 1954
M&N
1st & ref 5s 1956
A&O
Atlantic Oity (N J) Gas—
1st g 5s Jan 1 1960 opt '20. J&J
Atlantic Oo Wat 5s '58—AM&S
Bait & Ann 8 L—See Md El Ry
B Sp Pt & Ohes—See Un Ry & El

42

44*$
42*$

39*$

40*$

30

28

31

72

75

11"

8
15

93$

39*$

M&S
-M&N

47*$

54*$

94

96

87

92

87
103

92

104*$

100*$
100

39

9>„

43

101'*$

102*$

90

92

88

90

81

84

84

86*$

88

91

82

60

63

98

10J

67*$
69

71

1st & ref 5s 1954 Ser A—M&S
10-yr s f 6*$s 1934.
M&N
Bway & 7th Ave RR—See N Y Rys

31

35*$

28

34

Bronx G & E 5s 1960

98

101

J&J

Brooklyn Borough Gas Oo—
Gen & ref 5s 1967
F&A
Bklyn Oity & New RR—See O 1
Bklyn Oity RR 1st 5s 1941—J&J
Brooklyn Edison Oo—
Gen m 5s ser A 1949
J&J
Gen m 5s ser E 1952
...J&J
Bklyn-Manhattan Transit Oorp
s

f 6s 1968

ser

A

99
&

101
ICR.

74
103

103

103*$

87

J&J

,

I960

Bk

102*$

Brooklyn Queens Oo & Sub—
1st ra g 5s 1941 (stpd)
J&J
1st con 5s July '41(stp)..M&N
Bklyn Un Elev 5s I960—F&A
Kings Oo El 1st 4s 1949._F&A
Nassau Elec 1st g 4s 1951-J&J
Bklyn Un Gaslst consSsg^SM&N
1st lien & ref 6s *47 ser A.M&N
1st lien & ref 5s ser B 1957 M&N
Oonv deb 5*$s 1936
J&J k
Deb 5e

68*$

1<)9
102

99*$

Falls

F&A

106*$

158

103*$
103*$

Gen & ref 4*$s 1981

100

98*$

99*$

99*$

101

104

98

100

76

63

100

23*$

90

95

90

93

Water Service 5s 1958-A&0
Jalumet Gas & Elec Oo—

96
93
63

99
97
68

100
101

91

Certificates of deposit

87

90
91

40

96

44
44

40

91

78

82

98

k

F&A

99

101

n

Nominal,

r

83""'

55
99
88
84
93

57*$

85
56
101
100
91
88
95

61*$

50

54

48

48*$

2*$

2*$

3

4

Central Ry—See Un Ry&El
(Bait)
Central States Elec
Oorp—
Oonv deb 5s 1948
Deb 5*$s 1954 with
Oent States Pow &

30*$
29*$

29*$

23

J&J

M&815

war

26*$

Central States Utilities
Oorp—
10 yr sec 6s 1938
J&J
Central Traction—See Phila Oo
Oent Vermont Public Serv
Oorp—

1st 1 coll 5 *$s 1956
Series B
Series O

ser

31

9

1st & ref 5s 1959 ser A
A&O
Central West Public Service Oo—

91
14

A—M&N

16

14

Charleston Oons Ry Gas & El
Consol gold 5s 1999
M&S

16

14

16

90

Chattanooga Ry & Light—
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op '16—M&N
Chatt Rys 1st cons 5s '56-M&N
Ches & Pot Tel of Va 5s '43.M&N

85

90

74

76

101

Chester Water Service Oo—
1st 4*$s 1958 series A
Chic Aurora & Elgin RR—
1st & ref 6s 1951

73

M&S

76

3

5

5
5
42

8

41

45
45

70
85

71
90

Generating—

1st

M4*$s 1970—
5*$s 1935

M&S

Deb

A&O
Ohlc North Shore & Milw RR—
1st mtge gold 5s 1936
J&J
1st & ref 6s 1955 ser A

J&J

5*$s 1956
A&O
Chicago Railways Oo—
1st 5s 1927 stpd as to
20% pt
red and pay Feb 1 1933
*/49*$
Otfs of deposit
/
49
Oons M 6s ser A Feb '27. _A&0 /
10*$
Certificates of deposit
f
10*$
Feb 1927

J&D

8
8
8

3

Certificates of deposit—

3
5
5
1
1

mon

4-5s Feb '27 ODt_J&J

Certificates of deposit
Adj inc 4s Feb 1927 opt—May
Certificates of deposit
Chicago Rapid Transit Oo—
1st & ref 6s 1953 ser A
Adjust deb 6s July 1963
Certificate of deposit.

8
8
1
1
92

J&J
J&J

Ohippewa Power 6s 1947—J&D
Cincinnati Gas & Electric—
1st M 4s 1968 series A
A&O
Oln Newport & Gov L & T—
1st ref 68 1947 series A
J&J
Oincinnati Street Ry—

91
92

1st m 5*$s Apr 15/52 ser A A&O
1st 6s 1955 ser B
A&O
Cities Serv deb 5s Jan *66—M&S
Deb g 5s Apr. 1958
A&O

52
57

24*$

.M&N

21
21

M&S

21

25

Cities Service Gas Pipe Line Oo—
1st M 6s 1943—
J&J
Oities Service Power & Light—
Deb 5*$s 1952—
M&N
Deb 5*$s 1949—
J&D
Citizens Gas (Indianapolis)—

* Last sale,

63
57
63

.

97

Canadian prio*.

s

J*'

102

55*$
61*$
59*$
81*$

OeDt Pub Serv
Oorp—
Conv deb 5 *$s '49 with war F&A
Without warrants—

Deb g 5s 1963

100

/ This price Includes accrued Interest.




61

62

Cent Pow & Lt 1st 5s 1956..F&A

1st & ref gold 5s 1942

ft Basis.

104

50
100

1st & gen 4*$s 1957 ser E.J&D
1st & gen 6*$s 1961 ser
F..J&D
Cent Ohio L & P 1st 5s 1950 A&O
Oent Pow 1st 5s,
1957, ser D J&J

Deb 5s 1969

Bait Traction—See Un Ry & El

Bangor Hydro Elec 5 *$■ '49-M&8
1st lien & ref 5s 1955M&S
4*$s 1960
J&D
Bangor Ry & El 1st 5s '35—_J&J

'

Oonv deb 5s 1950—...—J&D
Cities Service Gas Oo—
1st M pipeline 6*$s 1942.M&N

88

47 :;.v
44

23

103

M&S

1st & ref 6*$s 1944

105

90

95

l6S~

102*$

64*$

Oallfornia-Oregon Power—

A&O

105

43
41
19

Central Indiana Power Oo—
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&J
Cent MainePr 5s '39
op '19 M&N
1st & gen 6s 1942 ser B
J&J
1st & gen 5s 1955 ser
D—J&J

Pur

102*$

Gen & col tr s f g 5s 1933.M&S
Unif & ref g 6s '37 op s f—M&N
1st & ref 6s 1942 ser B
J&J
1st &ref 5*$s 1955 series O F&A

Ref mtge 5s 1957

Series B

94

22

Deb gold 5*$s 1942
Oaltf

103*$

~

Oalgary Power 1st 5s I960-A&O
Oalifornia Gas & Elec Oorp—

^

1st & ref 5s 1968 ser
1st & ref 4*$s 1981 ser H
6s series I 1957
Cent Indiana Gas—

80

17*$

16

Cent Dist Telep 1st 5s
'43.-J&D
Central Gas & Electric Oo—
First lien coll trust 6s '46-M&S
First lien coll tr
5*$s '46—J&D
3-yr 5*$% notes 1933
F&A
Cent Hud Gas & Elec
Oorp—
1st & ref 5s Jan 1957
M&S
Cent Ills Elec & Gas Oo—
1st & ref 5s 1951
F&A
Cent 111 Light 1st & ref 5s '43A&0
Central Illinois Public Service—

1st & ref

104
104
103

El L & Power—

1st gold 5s 1942
F&A
Buffalo Ry—See Internat Ry—
Burlington (Vt) G L 5s 1955-J&J
Butler Water 5s 1957 A
A&O
Butte El & P 1st s f 5s 1951. J&D
Oalifornia Electric Generating—
1st ■ f g 6s '48 op aft '12—M&S

Cent Orosst'n RR—See
N Y Rys.

Certificates of deposit
Ohlc Dist Elec

100*$

J&D

„

85

55

80*$

5
61

87*$

62

J&J /
Chicago Oity & Oonnec ing Ry
Coll tr s f g 5s Jan 1 1
>27-A&O
Certificates of deposit
Chicago Olty Ry 1st 6s '27
F&A

73'
54
106
106

50
3
58

59

60

Brownsville Ave—See Phila Oo.
Buff Gen Elec 1st 5s 1939—F&A
1st ref 5s April 1 1939
J&J
Gen & ref 5s 1956 ser A—F&A
Buff & Niag

88

23*$
103

82

Lt Oorp—
1st M & 1st lien 5*$s 1953-J&J

91*$

22

100*$

J&D

M&N
F—J&D
G
M&N

66

$1*

72

86*$

1st & ref 5s 1956 ser E
1st mtge 4*$s 1967 ser

95

British Ool Tel 5s I960..
Broad River Power Oo—

13

2-yr 6% notes 1933
A&O
Associated Telep & Teleg Oo—
Deb 5*$s 1955 ser A
M&N
Atchison Ry, Light & Power—

42*$

Mtge & col tr 5s '52 ser B.A& »
Bleecker St&FulFy—See NY Rys
99*$ Bloomington Dec & Ohampagne
1st & ref 5s 1940
M&N
103*$
Blue Lakes Wat 1st 6s '38—M&S
101*$
Boston Con Gao deb 5s '47.-F&A
Boston Elev Ry 4s 1935—M&N
Deb g 4*$s Oct 1 1937—A&O
20
Deb g 4*$s Nov 1 1941— M&N
Deb g 5s Dec 1942
J&D
84"
West End St 5s 1936
M&N
58
5s March 1944
M&S
55
7s Sept 1947
M&S
Brandenburg (Germany) El Pr—
Extl 1st s f 6s 1953—
M&N
Bridgeport Gas Lt 4s 1952 .J&J
87
British Col Power 5*$s 1960

J&J 15
A&O
F&A

Assoc Telep Util deb 5s 1942A&0
Oonv deb 6s 1941
M&S
Oonv deb 5*$s 1944 ser O.M&N

78

102

12

Associated Pub Utilities Oorp—
1st lien 6s 1947 ser A
J&J
Associated Telep Oo Ltd
1st M 5s 1965.
M&S

72

97

S8*

1st 1 & coll tr 5s
1948 ser A F&A

103*$
102*$

102

101
103

1st mtge 5s 1960
Cent Ark Pub Serv
Oorp—

101

m 5s 1954 ser B
J&D
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser O
F&A
Blackstone Val G & E 5s '39-J&J
Mtge & col tr 5s '51 ser A.A&O

28

7Vs

30*$

90

Ask

69

Cedar Rap
Mfg & P 5s '53—J&J
Central Arizona
Light & Pow Oo

89
89

103*$
101*$

Birmingham Water Works Oo—
1st m 6*$s 1954 ser A
A&O

ik

.

Oonv deb 6s 1945 ser
A_.M&Sj#/
Oonv deb 6s 1945 ser
B—M&Sj*/
Ardmore St Ry—See Phila Oo.
Arizona Edison 1st 5s 1948—J&J
Arizona Pow 6s '33 opt '13-M&N
1st 1 & unif 6s 1947 ser A. M&N
Ark & Mo Pow 1st 6i 1953—J&J

89
88
87

M&S

1st & ref 4*$s 1968
Birmingham Gas 1st 5s '59

35

Appalachian Elec Power—
1st & ref 6s 1956

39

Deb 68 Apr 1 1955
A&O
Berlin Elec Elev & Underg Rys—
1st mtge s f 6*$s 1956
A&O
Blnghamton (N Y) Gas Works
1st 5s 1938
A&O
Blnghamton (N Y) L H & P—
1st ref 5s Feb 1946
A&O k
Birmingham Elec Oo—

20

56

M&S
M&N
Capital Traction (Wash, D
C)lst g 5s June 1 1947
J&D
Carbondale Ry 5s Nov 1933.-J&J
Carolina P & List 5s 1956—A&O

89

1st

38
24

J&D
M&N
A&O
M&N
J&D

1st 6s 1945

/r 37

Bid.

Term 6*$s 1951
Canton Elec Oo 5s 1937

Berlin Oity Elect 6*$s 1951..J&D
Sink fund deb 6*$s 1959..F&A

T.li

-—

93
90

65

Bellows Falls Hydro-Elec Oorp—
1st mtge 5s 1958
A&O

1

.

__

90
87

99

1st g 5s 1937

„

,.

2/ *$
74*$

97

Beauharnol8 Power Oorp—

63

.

s

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
Canadian Rail & Harbor—

27

(W S) deb 6s 1942.A&0
Rouge Electric Oo—
mtge 5*$s 1954
J&D.

1st M 5s 1959 ser B
F&A
Bear Mt Hud Riv Bdge Oo—
1st 7s 1953
A&O

66

,

Amer Klec Pow deb 6s '57 M&S 15
Amer & Foreign Power Co—

Atk.

Baton

--J&J

Deb g 5s 2030
—M&S
Amer G & E deb 5a 2028...M&N
Amer Gas & Power Co—
Sec deb 5s 1953
M&N
Becured deb 6s 1939
J&D
American Natural Gas
Oorp—
Deb 6*$s 1942 with war—A&O

Bid.

Bar Harbor & Union River Pow—
1st 5s 1935

(Italy)—
Extl ■ f 7s 1952
---A&O
Alabama Power 1st 6» 1946 -M&S

—-MtK

telephone and bridge
companies.)

"ani Interest" exeept where marked "f" and
Inoome and dafanltad
bonda.

art

Co

1st & ref 5s 1951
1st & ref 5s 1956

power, water, telegraph,

Sale price.

J&J

46
s

56*$

83*$

87*$

* Negotiability Impaired by maturity.

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

76

Citizens L H & P (Johnst n, Pa)
1st g 6s 1934 opt 1914---M&N
OltlzensStRy—Seelnd p sTr&Ter

City Elec San Fran 6s 1937—J&J
City & Sub Ry—See Wash Ry & El
City of New Oastle Water—
6s 1941
J&D
City Water (Chattanooga)—

97

94

101H

86

M&J

89

r

r93

'

.

91
1st M 6s 1954----—J&D
91
1st M 6s 1967 series C_—M&N
103
Olev El 111 1st 6s *39 op '24-A&0
Gen M 6s 1964series A—M&N k 103)4
10254
Gen M 6s 1961 series B—A&O
Oleve Ry 1st 1933
Oleve Southw Ry &

——

Denver Cons Tram 5s

10354

a*
71
5

35

103
98

101
91

102
92

100)4
99
99

85

&
88

85

80)4
10054

Commonwealth Utilities Corp—

M&N
Commonwealth Wat 5)4 s A 1947.
1st M 5s 1956 ser B
F&A
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser O—F&A
Community Power & Light Co—
Col M 5s 1957
M&S
Community Water Service Co—
Conv deb 6s 1938

98""

97""
87

90

87

90

J&J
A&O
J&J
Consolidated Telep of Wise—
1st M 5 Ha 1942 ser A
M&N
Cons Tr (N J)—See Pub Ser Corp

29 H

102,""
110""
110

96""
95""
90
39 H
106

J&J

1954.F&A15
6554
60
Council Bluffs Gas 5s 1948-M&N
Cros8town St Ry—See Col Ry & Lt.
Cross St Ry—See Int Tr (BufD
60
Cuban Telep conv 5s 1951 —J&J
61
1st lien & ref 7 Ha 1941—M&S
Cumberland Co (Me) Pow & Lt—

5)4

East St Louis

5i*
49

Easton

75

94

v

5s

M&N
-J&J

70

M&N

1st & gen 6)4s

64

;Ji

J&D
El Paso Nat Gas 1st 6>4s '43-J&D k
Deb 6Ms 1938
J&D k
Empire District Elec Co—
1st & ref m 5s 1952
M&S
Empire Gas & Electric Co—
Gen & ref 6s ser A 1952
J&D
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 /
ErcoleMarelll Elec Mfg Co (Italy)
1st i f 6)4" 1953 with war M&N k

82
97

102

94

96

105

107

107)4
100

102""

101

103

23

27

99
60 X

12 H

I

44

88

93

98

50

55

22

'

91
77

28

•

97)4
45)4

Grt

70)4

48

——

83

90

T
42%
38%

4454
8
45

3954

Ltd—
62

M

1942—M&N
1935—F&A
of Calif—
West Pow Co 5s 1946.J&J

19
k

21

97

98)4

99

Mountain

1938J&J

(Germany) Elec Co—
Extl g s f deb 7s 1935
M&N
Hamburg (Germany) Elev Under¬
ground & St Rys 5 Ha '38 — J&D
Harrisburg Gas 5s 1970——M&N
Havana Elec Ry 5s 1952
F&A
Deb g 5Ha 1951——
M&S
Helena Gas & Elec 1st 6s '52M&S
Hest Man & Fair Pass Ry—See P
Home Tel & Tel (Ft Wayne)
1st 6s series A 1943—
_J&J
1st 5Hs series B 1955——A&O

82

86

98

101

64

66

63

66

74

78

47

49

57

59

54

■57

95)4
94

96

98)4

99)4

64

72

Hamburg

t 45*
23

11

70""

90

J&J

1950

n
1354

83

-.-J&D

Power Ooi
58 1948
F&A
Greenwich Wat 4 Ha *57 ser A J&J
Greenwich Wat & Gas System—
Col tr 5s 1952 ser A
A&O
Col tr 5s 1952 ser B
A&O
Gulf Power 1st 5s 1968
A&O
Gulf Public Service Co—
1st m 6s 1945
A&O
Gulf States Utilities Co—
1st M & ref 5s 1956 ser A.M&S
1st M & ref AHa 1961 B—J&D
Hackensack Wat 4s '52 op '12J&J
Gen&ref5sJunel5'77 A
J&D15

44

13

11
10

*/ 13)4
101)4

1st lien coll tr 5Ha

99

13

•

70
80

Great West Power Co

100)4
100)4

;

65

72)4

'90-.-J&J

5s secured conv notes

22)4

29

s f
J&J

Great North Pow 5s

vH

co o o

1st

1st mtge

39""

74

rH

44

k

6s 1932-1944—-M&N
Great Lakes Utilities Co—
1st

TeIeg(LosAngeles
Cal) I st refunding 5s 1945J&J
Home Tel & Tel of Spokane—
1st M g 5s May 15 '36.M&N 15
Houston El Co 1st 6s '35-—J&D
Houston Gas & Fuel 5s 1932 M&S

59)4
100

60)4
102)4

17)4
3 34

26

Q9

9o

854

hil R T

96)4
96

::::

Home Telep &

)4
H

~2~
2

6

3

102

104

100
26

28""

41

45

Gulf Gas—
35)4
1st M & col 6s 1943 ser A._ A&O k
21
Deb 6)4s 1943 .with war..A&O
98
Hous Home Telep 5s 1935.-M&S
94
Houston Lt & Pow 1st 5s '53 M&S
85
1st lien & ref 4 V4s '78 ser D M feN
84
1st lien & ref 4Ha 1981 ser E..
Houston Natural Gas Corp —
50
1st m coll 6s 43 with warr.J&D
10154
Hudson Co Gas 5s g 1949.-M&N
94
Hunt'g'n Wat 1st M 6s '54 AM&S
84
1st M 5s 1954 ser B
M&S
80
5s 1962—

Houston

80

85

65

70

El Paso El Co—

1st m 5s 1950 ser A

37
100

F&A

Great Lakes Power

53

t—i

Power

1952

1st M 7s 1944

77

Boston—

1935

95

13

1st guar 5s *54 op
Gesfurel 6s 1953 x w

79

.

64

100

42 H

52)4
40

39

79

83

75

80

H

24""
96""
89

86 %
58

103)4

88" ~
85

2

66

16

f This orice includes accrued interest




1949

90

Grand Rapids Ry 1st 7s '39 M&N /
Great Cons Elec Pow (Japan)—

8

77

Ul(Bkn)See KingsCoEL&P
Edison El 111 (N Y)—See N Y G
Electric Co of N J 1st 5s 1947
70
Electric Pow Corp (Germany)—
78
1st sfBHs 1950
M&S
1st sink fund 6)4s 1953—A&O
94
Electric P & L Deb 5s 2030-F&A
Electric Public Service Co—
Sec g 6s 1941 ser A__
A&O /
Sec g 6s 1941 ser B
A&O /
101
Sec g 5)4s 1942 ser O
A&O *S
104)4
Deb 6s 1936
J&D /
94)4
Deb 6s 1937
A&O /
38)4
Electric Public Utilities Co—
17
15-year sec 6s 1942
J&D f
Eliz Plainf & Cent J 1 See Public
67)4
Eliz & Trenton RR
J Serv Corp.
62
Elmira Water, Light & RR—
1st & con g 5s 1956
M&S

A&O
J&J

b Basis,

29%

(111) Lt & Pow—

4)4s 1933
2-year notes 5s 1934

73

Dakota Central Telep Co—
1st gold 6s 1935
—J&D

Danville Tr & Pow 1st 5s '41-J&J

27

52

1940

Edison Elec Ilium of

50""

101)4

J&J
..J&J
1st gold 5Hs 1954 ser D...J& i
Dallas Ry & Ter 1st 6s 1951-J&J

104

35

-J&D
_M&N
& So Beth Transit 8s '36—

5s

1st

Raston Cons El 5s

48

21

Green

-J&J
F&A

1942

25
25

18

5s

12

5s 1960 ser D

jg*

Georgia Power 1st 6a 1967—M&S
Georgia Power & Light Co
1st mtge 5s 1978
J&D k
Georgia Ry & Elec—
Atlanta Cons St 5s 1939—J&J
Atlanta Northern Ry Co—

4

m

42 H

12

Georgia-Carolina

1
25

10154

1st g 7^s 1949 ser B
1st g 5s 1952 ser O—

2
2

32

1st

37

k

Certificates of deposit
Georgetown Gas Lt 1st 5s '61 F&A

Sheboygan

1st m 6s

20)4

29

48

Elec 5s 1946.-J&J
Utilities—
1937 ser A„F&A
Conv deb 6s 1933 ser A. _M&N f
6% conv notes 1932
J&J /
E. Kootenay Pow 1st 7s '42-A&O
East Prussia Pow 6s 1953—J&D
E St L & interurb Wat 5s '42 J&J

5

Wks & ElecOorp—
4254
1st lien & col 5s 1943 ser A.J&I)
Conv deb 6s 1944 ser B—A&O */ 13)4

§r,

1st M 5s 1959
J&D
Oumb'land T & T 5s 1937—J&J

Dallas Gas 1st 6s 1941

47 H

;

20

General Water

95

Wisconsin Electric Co—
& ref 6s 1942
J&D
lien & ref 6)4s 1948—M&S

,

f 6s Feb 15

Dallas Pow & Lt 6s 1949

A__M&N

52""

17
1

29

Ry.

90

East Coast

28

J&D

J&D

Ave

70)4

50

'33—F&A15
'34—F&A15

43

40
r

28

98

77

mm mm.

64

1st M coll tr 6 Ha ser A '56 A&O
Conv ser 6)4% notes 1933-J&D

79 H
44%

78

43 H

89 H

94

69%

notes Aug 15 *35—F&A15
General Public Service Corp—
Conv deb 5s 1953.
-J&J
Conv deb 5 Ha 1939
J&J
General Public Utilities—

notes Aug 15
notes Aug 15

5%
5%
5%

5

1st

103

10054
op'16—J&J
lstl &unif 5s ser 01952.-M&N
10154
94
1st lien & unif 4)4« 1958.M&N
38
Contin Gas & El deb 5s 1958 F&A
OooperRivBri'geinclst6s'58M&N / 13
Copenhagen Telephone Co—

1956

3

1st coll 5Hs

1st & ref 5s 1936

4Hs

/

88

95

105

General Gas & Elec Oorp-

1st lien

101

Consum LH&POo (Eliz, N J)—

1st

3)4
3)4
H
)4

100

90

•

*/
*/
*/
*/

Eastern

73

Extl

1956---J&D
Debenture gold 6s 1941 J&D 15
Deb 6s 1941 series B
A&O

Co—

With warrants

102""

Gatlneau Pow 1st 5s

Ed El

1st M 5s 1958
M&N
Consumers El L & P (New Orl)—

5s
1938
Consumers Power Co—

84)4
92)4

Duquesne Light—See Phlla Co
Duquesne Trac—See Phila Co
Eastern Connecticut Pow Go—
102
1st m s f 5s 1948 series A.A&O
Eastern Mass Street Ry Co—
24
Refm4)4s 1948 A
J&J
27
Ref m 5s 1948 B.
^-J&J
29
Ref 6s Jan 1948 ser O..M&S15
Eastern Michigan Rys—
/
5
1st mtge col) tr 7s 1958
J&J
Eastern Shore Pub Service Co—
75
1st m 5H9 1947 ser A
M&S
68
1st M & 1st lien 5s 1955 B M&S
97
Eastern Util Assoc 5s 1935—A&O k
Eastern Util Inv 5s A 1954.M&S

101

64

1st M 5s 1936

93

101H

70

M&N

1958

94
(

20-yr s f 6)4s 1948.
-A&O
Dry Dock E B & B RR—See Thl
Duke Power—1st 4Ha 1967-J&D

1966 ser

60

1913-—A&O
1945—J&J

1st

_

Consolidated Water of Utica—

4)4 s

1949 series A.A&O
1955 ser B—J&D
1962 ser C„F&A
Gen & ref 4)^s 1961 ser D.F&A
Gen & ref 5s ser E 1952—A&O
Detroit International Bridge—
1st m s f 6Ha 1952.
F&A
Certificates of deposit
S f deb g 7s 1952
F&A
Certificates of deposit
Det & Pt Huron Shore Line—
1st gold 5s 1950
J&J
Dixie Gulf Gas Co—
1st 6)4s 1937 A with war.M&S
Dominion Gas & Elec 634s 1945—
Dortmund Munic Util (Germany)

94

Duquesne Gas Corp—
1st conv 6s Mar 15 1945-M&S15 *f
6)4% notes 1935
M&S15 *f

32
32

1st

12%

Duke Price Power

32

1955

Deb 4s 1956 guar

75

Gen & ref 5s

1st m 8 f 6s

Deb 4s

13

32

Deb g 6s

Deb 4s 1955

94

62 X

ederal

100)4
96)4
99)4

94

Gen & ref 5s

61H

all River Elec Lt 1st

60

50

Gen & ref 5s

1st g 5s 1938 opt

10

62

Light & Traction—_
s f g 5s 1942 opt
—M&S
Stamped
1st lien g 6s 1942 stpd
M&S
Debenture 6s 1954 ser B—J&D
ederal Public Serv Corp—
1st 1 6s 1947
J&D /
15
85
6% gold notes 1932
J&J /
ed St & Pleas Val—See Phil Co
Federal Water Service Corp—
10%
Conv deb 5Ha 1954
M&N
Federated
Utilities Inc—
67
1st lien col tr 5Ha 1957—M&S
Florida Power Corp—
1st m 5Ha 1979 ser A
J&J
20 ~
1st m5Ha 1956 ser B
J&J
Florida Pow & Lt 1st 5s '54—J&J
102
Florida Public Service Co—
1st M6)4s 1949
F&A
99
1st 6s 1955 series B
A&O
Florida Telep 1st 6s 1945. --A&O
9
Ft Pitt Traction—See Phila Co
1)4
Galesburg Ry Ltg & PowerCon 5s Oct 1934
J&D
Galesb Ry & L 5s 1934
J&J
Galveston-Houston Elec Ry—
1st M s f g 5s 1954 opt
A&O
9554
94% Gary Elec & Gas Co—
1st lien col 5s 1934 ser A—-J&J
93)4
Gas & El of Bergen Co 5s '49-J&D
88
Gen 5s Nov 1 1954
M&N
94

98)4

42

4154

30
1946 ser A
J&D
28
Deb g 5Hs 1946 ser B
M&S
10
Conestoga Trac 1st 4s 1950.-J&J
Conn Light & Power—
110
1st & ref s f 7s *51 ser A—M&N
106
1st & ref 5Ha 1964 ser B„F&A
100
1st & ref 4Ha 1956 ser C—J&J
1st & ref 5s ser D 1962
J&J £102
108
Connecticut Power 5s '63—A&O
108
1st & coll trust 5s 1956
J&J
Conn Ry & Lt 4)4s 1951
J&J k 97
9454
Stamped guaranteed optional..
102
Conn Ltg & Pow 5s '39
J&-J
Conn River Pow 5s A '52—-A&O
80
Connelisv Wat 5s Oct 2 '39.-A&O
Consolidated Cities L P & Tr—
38 H
1st lien 5s 1962 stamped.-J&J
104
Oonsol Gas of Bait 5s 1939--J&J
99
Gen g 4J4s Apr 1954
A&O
Consol Gas Elec Lt & P (Bait)—
Gen g 4 Ha Feb 14 1935. --J&J
10054
97
1st &ref ■ f 4H» 1969ser G M&S
97
1st & ref s f 4 34s 1970 ser H J&J
94
1st & ref 4s 1981
J&D
Consolidated Gas (N Y)—
10254
Deb 534s 1945—
-F&A
9354
20-yr deb 4Ha 1951
J&D
97 H
Debenture 5s 1957
J&J
Underlying cos—See N Y G E L H & P.
Oonsol Gas Utilities Co—
1st & coll 6s 1943 ser A—J&D */ 2754
Conv deb 6)4s 1943 ser A.J&D */
5
Consol Hydro-Elec Wks of Upper
Wuerttemburg 1st 7s '56.-J&J
32" ~
Con Ry (New Hav) deb 4s *54 J&J

9954
93)4
99%

Derby Gas & Elec Corp—
65
1st lien 5s 1946
F&A
lies Moines & Cent la Elec Co—
85
S F 6s 1937 opt series A—M&S
Des Moines City Ry 5s 1936 J&J f
15
Des Moines Elec Co—
100
1st m 5s, 1938
M&N
Des Moines Gas Co—
96
1st m 5s 1956
M&S
Detroit & Canada Tunnel—__
1st m s f 6s 1953
M&N f
7)4
Conv s f deb 6Ha 1948—M&N /
H
Detroit City Gas Co—
80
1st m 6s 1947 series A.— J&J k
1st m 5s 1950 series B
A&O k 70

*

84
84

100)4

91

Detroit Edison—

98 H
98

79%

72

10
98

5

Without warrants

70

J&J

5
96

urop'n Elec Corp (of Canada)
Deb 6 Ha 1965 w w
F&A

.

6% notes Oct 1 1933
88

102

101

Denver Tramway Terminals Go—
1st M g gu 5s 1933-1937—M&S b

95

_ —

...

88
103

1933-A&O
'49—M&N
-M&N

Stamped as to Pa tax
Denver Tramway Corp—
Gen & ref 5s 1950 ser A

5

--

-J&J
B—J&D
1st M col 4)4 s 1956 ser C._ A&O
1st M col 4%a 1957 ser D..J&J
1st M col 4)4s 1960 ser E A&<
1st M 4s 1981 ser P.
M&S
1st 5%a series G 1962
J&D
Oommonw Sub Corp—See Misc.

1st & ref 5s 1951

85

82

Lightr1964
M&S /
1
90 :
Clinton W W 1st 5s 1939
F&A
Coast Cos Gas & Elec—
93
1st M 6s 1960
-M&N
Colorado Power 1st 5s *53--M&N
Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—70
Deb g 5s 1952
.M&N
70
Deb g 5s 1952
A&015
68
Deb 5s Jan 15 1961
J&J 15
Columbia River Longview Bridge
f*
6)4s stapmed 1953
Columbia (8 O) Ry Gas & El Co
27
1st M s f g 5s 1936
J&J
Columbus Dela & Marion Elec Co
1st & ref 5s July 1937
J&J / 53)4
1st & ref 6s (stmpd) 1937--J&J f
58
Columbus (Ga) Elec & Power—
100
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&D
94
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser B
M&N
100
Columbus (Ga) Pow 5s 36--A&O
Columbus Ry Pow & Light—
89 %
1st ref 4Ha 1957 ser A
J&J
100
Sec conv g SHs 1942——A&O
88
Col Ry 1st 4s '39 opt '14-Q-J
100
Cross St 1st 5s g 1933
J&D
Commonwealth-Edison Co—
1st M col 5s 1954 ser

Denv Gas & El 1st g 5s

84

102

Bid.

Equit G & E Utica 5s 1942-A&0
Erie Rys—1st 6s 1954
A&O f
~rle Ltg 1st m 5s 1967
A&O
rie & Suburban Ry 5s '41-A&O f

R Tr.

J&J
J&J

lstmtgeg4)4s 1969
1st mtge g 4)4 s 1969

103)4

Gen &con 6s

1st M 5s 1953

Darby Med & Ohes Ry—See Phlla
Davenport Water 5s 1961—J&J
Dayton Ltg 1st 5s *37 op '12-M&S
Dayton Pow & L 1st 5s '41--J&D
Day Sp & Urb—See Ind Col & E
Delaware Elec Power CoDeb 534 s 1959
J&J
Delaware Power & Light Co—
1st M 4Ha 1971
J&J

92

defanlted bonds.

Bonds.

Ask.

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask

Bid

Bonds

,

Inferos!" exoept where marked "f" and Ineomo and

NOTICE.—All bond prion or* '-tod

a Last

sale,

n

Nominal,

r Canadian

price.

s

Sale price.

* Negotiability impaired by maturity.

April, 1933.]

PUBLIC

NOTICE.—All

lood

Bonds.

orioas

Bid.

Hydraulic Power of Niag Falls—
lstr& refundlng5s 1950—J&J
104
Ref & impt 5s 1951
102
A&O
Idaho Power 1st 5s 1947—-—J&J
92 H
111 Bell Telep 1st 6s 1956—J&D
Illinois Cent Trac 6s 1933—J&D
80
Illinois Commercial Telep—■
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser B—M&S
48
Ill-Ky Bage 6Hb 1947
M&S /
9
Illinois Northern Utilities Oo—
1st & ref 5s 1957 opt
A&O
Illinois Power & Light Corp-—

Ask.

106

J&D
M&S k
J&D

25-yr
102 H
90
52

50 H

99M

99H

101

72

74

15

20

H
15

60

lst M 5s 1948
—..J&J
Indiana Hydro-Elec Power—
1st mtge 5s 1958 ser A
M&N
Indiana & Mich El 5s 1957--F&A

98

75

97

90

70

ilKi
7

1st g 5s 1923 ext to 1933.-M&S

SIM
35

5

9

15

4s 1933
J&J
5s g 1933 M&N
Indianapolis W W Sec Oo—
Secured 5s 1958
J&J

.

98

100

97

102

6H
4M

"3H

43

12
58

58M

*

21H
20 H

22

23

*

60

65

X

68
1

*/
*/
*/

1

IK
26

85

90^

80H

84

21

25

19 H

20

1st & ref 6Ha 1949 ser B—J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser D
J&D

0

Basis.

95
2
2 V:':

34 M

75
59

54

56

g

55 M

57
85

73

M&N

98

99 X

M&N

83

5s *35 opt '08--J&J
A.J& I)

86
68

50"

55

55

..A&O

60

Kings Co E L & P 1st 5s *37. A&O

120M
100M

Co lias & 111 1st 5s '40. A&O

1951
F&A
Debentures 6s 1948
F&A /
Laclede Gas Lt ref 5s 1934.-A&O
1st M coll tr 5 M8 '53 ser C F&A
1st col&ref 5H» I960 ser D F&A
5H% gold notes 1935
F&A

22

M

104$
42

78

57

61

48

53

5

10

A&O

J&D

1960
5s series b Dec 1 1935

56

M&S

Leipzig Overland Pow 6Ha *46—
Lex (Ky)
Ry—See Ky Tr & Term
Lexington (Ky) Tel—
1st

M 6s

1944--—

M&S

Lexington Util 1st 5s 1952—F&A
Lexington Wat ref 5Hs 1940-F&S
LexingtonWa Pow Colst 5s'68J&J
Conv deb 5 Ms 1953
J&J
Lincoln Gas & Elec 5s 1941-J&D
Lincoln Tel & Tel—
1st m 4 Ms 1961 ser a
J&D
Little Rock G & F 6a 1937-M&N
Little Rock Ry & El 6s '38.-a&O

70

86

60"

Lockhart Power 5 Ha 1950—F&A
Lombard Elec Co (Italy)—
1st extl 7s 1952
T&D

65

Lone Star Gas

89

s

f 5s 1942 —M&N

Long £sl Lighting 5s 1936--M&S

59J/8

-

48

70"

72

67 M

S*
64 M

66 M

57

28M

25

30

97

99

94

97

42

46

90
70

75"

83 M
89 M

84 M

99
94

80

69

70

Conv deb g 6Hs '52 ser A-A&O

56

M&S

74

Lorain Telep 1st 5s 1958
Los Angeles Gas & Elec
Corp—
1st & ref g 5s

1939 opt_„m&s
1st & gen 5s 1961
m&s

78
83

85

68 M

104
104

51

31

34

Gen & ref 6s series H 1942

95

Gen & ref 5Ha 1949 ser l.A&O
Los Ang G & E 58 1934
J&J

<c

Last sale,

n

Nomina

1.

t

99

ser'D-'-M&s
71"

M&N1

~M&N

Side "L"

1938

82 M
1

..F&A f

,

fow f8t 58 '40 8 f-*AA.
Michigan Associated Telep Co—

10M
12M
49
49

58

A&O

__

—J&J /
1934—M&N f

& Elec Oo—

----

—

r

79

M&8

71

J&D

102
99 M

A&O

54

1

J& D kf

5% conv notes 1933
5% conv notes 1934
5% conv no»es 1935

J& D /
J&D /
J&D/

Midland Natural Gas Co—
Conv deb 6s 1935

3 H
3
3
3
40

J&J f

18

& ref 5a 1961 ser
B.—_J&D
71H
1st M 5s 1971
j&j
69
Milwaukee Gag Light Oo—
Is* M 4Hs 1967
M&S
94
Minn Gen El 1st 5s '34
op..J&D
100H
Minneapolis Ga« Light Oo
1st M 4Hs 1950
„_J&J k
75%
Minnesota Nor Pr it 6s
1934.A&U
29
Minnesota Power &
Light Co
lst&ref 5s 1955
J&d
70
1st

ref 4 Ha 1978

M&N

62

M&S

Mississippi Power Oo—

46

1st M 5s 1957
J&D
Mississippi River Fuel Corp1st s f os 1944 with warr
F&A16
warrants

Mississippi Riv Pow

102

47

82

J&J

Exten gold 4s 1938
J&J /
Mexican El L 1st M g 5s
'42.J&J
4

Without

102

51

J&J

accrued interest

94

104

F&A

93

96"

101M
9'SH
99 H
99 H
99 H

M&N

55

99M

Gen & ref 6s 1942 ser D__M&8
Gen & ref 5H8 1947 ser E J&D
Gen & ref 5 Ms 1943 ser f M&s
Gen & ref 6s 1942 s«r G
M&S

92

A&O
O

Mississippi Power & Light—

80"

53

90 M
7

Oo—

ser

1st & ref 5s 1956

94

100

1st

1st & ref 5s 1955 ser b—m&s
Secured g 6s 1945
J&J

93
99

Light

72* "

27M

74

J&J

A

ser

MURamI util deb 6s
1938—M&S
Millv Etna &
Sharps—See Phil Co
Milwaukee Coke & Gas Co—
Milwaukee Elec Ry &

66
:

78

82

Middlesex & Boston St
Ry—
l9.t
ref mtge 4 Ms 1932. J&J

48

22M

74
88

1948

f 7s 1957

5b.1956

35

63
66
65

&

A&O

Middle West Utilities Co—
6% conv notes 1932

47

65

J&j
M&N

iB!&rceft£8J943-

93
66 M

10

Mteli gan Light 1st 5s
1946.M&S
Michigan Nor Pow 1st 5s '41-J&J
Michigan Public 8ervlce Co—
I
1st g 5s 1947 ser A

85

70

6s

s

Michigan GaB

5
3

44

100

10

Mich Elec Ry 5s 1948
Jack Cons Trac 5s

94

38
58

20

1st M 58 1961

47

1

r

62

1st gold 4s

3

44

38

.

Q-J

1st M 4s 1971 ser E
1st 5s series F 1962

88
56 H

■

A

ser

Metropolitan West

1H

70

ref

1940

1st & ref 5s 1953
M 4HS 1968"

12

87

66

36M

Nash Ry&L
Melbourne Electric SuddIv
Gen 7 Ms s f 1946
—.J&D k
Memphis Power & Light Oo
t
1st & ref 5s 1948 ser A
J
k

80

Lake Erie Pow & Lt 6s 1946 A&O
90
Roland Elev—See Un
Rys & Elec.
Lake Sh Elec 1st con g 6s *33 J&J /
2

J&J

f 7s

a

Sink fund deb 5s 1955
Mass Utilities Associates—
S f deb 5s 1949 ser A
McGav & Mt V—See

lOi"

9

20

1st & ref 6 Ms 1957 ser
A—J&J
1st & ref 6Ms 1962 ser

1st ref

5s

96

35M
20 M

A&O

lst

97

90

101
101

Francisco)—

Metropolitan Edison

99

6Ms 1954..
J&J k 114H
W W 5s 1958
75
J&D
Lackawanna & Wyoming Val RR

100M
102M

re£4Hs 1978 ser C..A&0 k
Memphis St Ry con g 5s '46-J&J /
Meridionals Electric Co¬

140"

Kokomo

51
99 M

1st &

102 %

Purch money 6s g 1997
A&O
El 111 Bklyn 4s '39.J&J
...

Manitoba Power Co Ltd—
1st M s f 5M8 *51 ser A
J&J
1st M s f 6Ms 1952 ser
B__J&J
Mannheim & Palatinate Elec
Cos
15-year s f 7s 1941
J&D
Manuf'rs Wat (Pa) 5s
1939-J&D
Market St El Pass Ry—See P R T
Market St Ry (San

Massachusetts Gas—
20-vear a f 5Ha 1946

68

1st 1 & ref 5Ms 1955 ser
1st 1 & ref 6s 1951 ser B

47

B._J&J
Bait & Ann 8 L 5s
1948—F&A
Maryland Light & Power—
1st M 5Ms 1950 ser A
J&J

Keystone Pub Serv—

Key Tel 1st

19M

f g 6Ms 1944

1937—A&O

35M

96

62 M
56

s

Maryland Electric Rys—
Guaranteed 6s 1933

47

80

1st M 5a 1978

28

Cent Hanover Bk ctfs of
dep.
2d gold 4s 2013
J&D
anila Elec RR &
Ltg Corp—
1st lien & coll tr 5s
'53-M&S
Manila Gas Co—
1st lien coll tr 5 Ms

1st

45

J&J

Ref & impt g 5s

20 M

70

M&S
F&A f

/ This price includes




1st M 5s 1969 ser T
1st 7s series J 1957
K 1957

Deb g 6s 2026 ser A
F&A
Lehigh Valley Transit—
1st M g 4s Dec 1935 opt—M&S
Cons gold 4s 1935
J&D

74

Conv deb 4H» 1939
J&J
22
Deb 5s 1955
F&A
20 K
Interstate Nat Gas 6s 1936—J&J
102
Interstate Power 1st 6s '57 -J&J
40 H
Deb gold 6s 1952
--J&J k
22
Interstate Pub Serv Oo—

Ironwood & Bessemer Ry &
Light
1st s f g 5s *36 opt after '15.F&A

85

Lehigh Power Securities—

Buffalo & Niag Falls Elec
Ry—
1st M 5s gold 1935
J&J
Internat Ry ref 5s '62 op.M&N
International Telep & Teleg—
Deb g 4Hs 1952
J&J

A

89

82

Kentucky Utilities Co—
1st M 6Ha Sept '48 ser D M&N k
1st M 5Ha 1955ser F
A&O k
1st M 5s 1961 series G
F&A
5s series H 1961
-.-F&A

Lake Superior Dlst Pow1st M & ref 5s 1956
J&D
Larutan Gas 1st 6Hs w w '35J&D
Lawrence (Mass) Uas & Elec—
1st M 4Hs 1940 ser B—F&A

45

1943
1950

86

Kentucky Power & Light Oo—
V
1st us 5H» 1948 ser B
M&S
Kentucky Traction & Terminal—j
1st & ref gu 5s '51 opt '14-F&A
Lexington Ry 1st 5s 1949. J&D,

1st and ref mtge 6s 1950

25 H

45

ser

91

&D /
.J&D/

1938

w

1933—F&A /
Lake Shore Power Oo—

35

1st & ref 5
Deb 6s 1950

B

Gen gold 5s Feb 1

35

1st & ref 6s

98 H
16

89

Lake

J&J 16

Rapids)—
1st & ref 5s June 1946 B—_J&D
1st & ref 5Hs Oct 1945—M&N
Iowa Southern Utilities—

100

Kentucky Fuel *ias Corp—
1st 6H|s 1942 with w^rr.-

1st

Railway (Buffalo--

1st mtge 5Hs 1959
Iowa Ry & Lt (Cedar

99 M
98 M
14

Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '64--J&J

~4"~

,

41

1st 5s 1948
J&D
Buff & Lock 1st g 5s 1938--J&J

1st lien & ref 5s '57 ser A.M&N
1st 1 & ref 5s 1961 ser B._M&S
Iowa Pow & Lt 1st 4Hs 1958 M&S
Iswa Pub Serv 1st 5s 1957—J&D
Deo 5s 1968
M&8

■

84

ser

103

1st & ref 6s 1954
M&S
Debenture 7b 1944
J&J
Macon Rv & Light 1st 5s *53.J&J
Madison Co (111) Light & Power—
1st g 5s 1936
J&D
Madison G & El 1st 5s
1940-A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1950
M&N
Madison Rys 1st g 5s 1936—M&N
Mad Riv Pr ist 6s '35
gu op.F&A
Manhattan Ry con 4s g '90--A&O

88
95

Kings Co Elec—See Bklyn-Queens

2

/

Buff Trac

Iowa-Nebraska Lt & Power—

7.

.

75
93

~6~" Kings

3

bonds 1955 serCJ&D k

1st mtge 6s 1934
—J&J
1st lien & ref 6s ser A 1949
1st lien & ref 5s ser B 1950

4

86
92

M&N
M&

Edison

J&D
/
Rapid Transit—
6s 66 op tax-ex. J&J

Interstate Teiep Oo—
1st M 5 1961
Iowa Electric Co—

80
69

87 M

92""

5H
2H

—

Conv deb 6s 1934

1st & ref 4H« '58 ser F
Interstate Rys 4s 1943

78
63

86

1957

99

op'13 A&O

74

100

S8

Coll tr

International

2

73

1st VI os

94
96

& W W (Germ'y)
1st M s f 7s 1948
M&N
Luzerne Oo (Pa) Gas & Elec—
1st ref&imp g 5s'48

82 H

A

A—_M&N

ser

Luneburg Pow L

75

88

Inland Pow & L

»ec

M

_

1st 6s series

99

M«scb

Sec 7s 1957 ser E
Sec 7s 1952 ser F

89
83

70

18

Sinking fund deb 7s 1938-F&A

614%

87M

70

ser

55

Louisville Ry 2d 4Hs 1940.-M&S
Gen M 6s 1950
F&A
Lower Austrian
Hydro-Elec—

82 M

J&D

Keokuk Elec 6s 1945

1st lieu & ref 5 Hs 1953. „M&8
1st lien & ref 5Hs 1954—M&S
1st lien & ref 5s 1960
J&D

International Hydro-Elec System
Conv deb 6s 1944
A&O
International Power Sec Com—

101H

A..m&s
J&D

65

Indianapolis Water—
1st & ref. g 4H« 1940 opt.-J&J

J&D

5

3

gen

con

warr

40

30

f gold 5s Jan 1 1933--A&0

Debs A 6s 1948 with
Without warrants
Conv deb 6s 1948

1st & ref 5s 1952

1st 5s 1947
M&S
Kansas Power & Light Co—

1955

A.

75M

l«t& ref 4Hs 1961 ser
C_F&A
Deb a f 6s 1937 ser A
A&O
Lou lav Ltg5s '53
unstmpd
A&O

1st

Kansas Pow
1st M 6s

1

45

r

F&A

1951.
Electric—

Conv deb

80 Yi

Indianapolis Trac & Term Co—

1st & ref g

19

76 H

f

J&J

6% notes 1932
—A&O
Certificates of deposit
Conv g 7% notes 1932 —M&S
Certificates of deposit
Intercontinents Power Co—

1942.

6s

Bid

1st & ref s f g 5s 1940
J&D
Los Angeles
Ry 5s 1938—-A&O
Louisiana Pow & Light Oo—
1st mtge 5s 1957
J&D
Louisville Gas & Elec Oo (Ky)—

14M

1st & ref. 6s 1947 ser O—F

Indianapolis Power & Light-

Incerborough

M

1st M 5s

75
20

6% conv notes 1940
-J&D
Indianapolis Gas 6s 1952
A&O
lndianap Nor—See Un Tr of Ind
Indianapolis & Northwest Trac—

Inland Telep 1st 6s 1948—A&O
Inland Utilities Inc—

100

ref 5a

Deb gold 6s 2022 ser
1st mtge 4Ha 1980

101

-

s f tis *36 A M&S
s f 6s 1941 ser B -M&N
Col tr 6s 1957 ser O
A&O
Debs f 7s 1935
-J&D

10

1st M 4 Ha 1961
F&A
Kansas City Pub Ser 6s 1951 J&J
Kansas Elec Pow 6s 1937
J&D
1st M 6s 1943
.—J&D

98

98

J&J

deposit-

1st

100

85

1st & ref M 5s Jan 1 1950- J&J
1st 1 & ref 5s 1963
F&A
Indiana & S W Gas & Util—

of

23

6

Kansas Gas &

—

Certificates

20

A 1952-M&N

1936
F&a
Kanawha ValTr 1st M5s '46.J&J /
Kansas City Gas 1st 5s '46--F&A

61

1st & ref 5s 1955
-M&S
Ind Nat Gas & O—See Peo G L&C
Indiana Pr 1st 1 7H» '41 A -M&N

1st lien & ref 5s 1970
Inland Gas 6 His 1938-

41

Kansas City Power & Light—
1st mtge 4^s 1957 ser B..J&J

68

73"

s

38

Jersey Central Pow & Lt Corp—
1st & ref 5s 1947 ser B
F&a
1st M 4Hs 1961 ser O
J&D
Jer City Hob & Pat—See P S Corp
Johnstown (Pa) Trac 5s '43--J&J /
Joplin W W 1st 5s 1957
M&S
1st &

1H

58

1st

41K

,

25

67

lndianap St

40^8

Kanawha Trac & Elec Co—

1st M 0Hs 1953 series B—F&A
1st M 5s 1951 series O—M&S
Indiana Gas Utilities 5s 1946 J&J
Indiana General Servlce^

Citizens St

77
25

James River Bridge Corp—
1st sink fund 6 Ms 1958—J&J
Deb g 7s 1943
-J&D

100

Gen & ref g 5s *26 op'11—M&N
Dayt Spgi & Urb 5s £8—M&Ntf
Indiana Electric Corp—■*
1st M 6s 1947 series A—M&N &

A

74

Jamaica Water Supply Oo—
1st gold 5M8 series A 1955.J&J

38 H

oond»

Bonds.

23

ser

lefauited

Pac Co—See Pac EIRy
Los Ang & Pasad—See
Pac El Ry
Los Angeles
Railway Corn—

Xl&N

Debenture 6s

and

Us Ang

Italian Superpower Corp—
Deb 6s *63 (withoutwarr)--J&J
Jackson Cons Tr—See Mich E .Ry
Jacksonv (Fla) Gass f 5s *42.J&D

11

tnaom*

Ask

f 5He 1953 ser A—M&S

s

11

and

island Gas & Electric—

88 H

50

*f

Bid

60

Indiana j Central Telep Oo—
1st lien coll 5H 1938
M&N
Indiana Columbus & E Trac—

ser

BONDS

marked

Hydro-Elec Oo (Italy—

1st Msf7s 1952

104

57

lot 7s 1936
J&D
lot 6s 1944
J&D
Illinois Water Service Co—
1st mtge 5s 1952 series A—J&J

lst M 5s 1957

wh«r»

except

Bonds.
[sarco

_

Indiana Ry & Lt 1st 5s '43
Indiana Service Corp—

UTILITY

Interest'

Jacksonville Trac 1st 5s '31-M&S /
85

1st & ref 6s 1953 series A—A&O
1st & ref 5H* 1954 ser B—J&D
lot & ref 5s 1956 ser C
S f debSHs 1957
Illinois Power 1st 5s 1933

and

are

95 M

6s

55H
79
79

'51..J&J

Deb 5s May 1 1947
Missouri Power & Light—
lit M 5H» 1955 ser A

M&N

M&8
1st M 4Hs 1958 ser B
M&N
Missouri Public Service Oo—
First mtge 5s 1947 ser
A.-F&A
Mo Riv Sioux City Bdge Co—
1st s f 6s 1953

M&S 15

100H
85
81

75
50
51

100M

10 J

Canadian

u<"me.

«

Sale price

• Negotiability impaired by
maturity.

;VV/

-«tk

i'";

Interest" except where marked "f" and looome sod

NOTIOI.—AH bond prloaa ara "and

™f 7s 51.J&D

23

Mob Lt & RR 1st g 5s '37—J&D
Cons g 5s 1941----------M&S
Monmouth Oons Wat 5s 66-J&D

47
40

53
45

81

New York Railways—
Bleeck St & F F 1st 4s *50-J&J f

25

83

Mobile Gas Imp &

Monongahela Light & Pow Oo-r

1949---—------J&D
Monongahela Valley Traction-1st M g 6s '42 opt '22
J&D

34th St Crosst 1st 5s '96—A&O

65

j-

Mononganela Valley Water—1st M 6Hs 1950 series A—J&J
Monongahela West Penn Pub Ser
1st lien & ref 5H" ■ot B 63 F&A

70

~

1st m 534s 1962
1st m 6s 1952-

34

Montana

69

70M

79M

83

50

84 M

•1

85

90 M

91M
81
54

1938-—-—J&J

66

66

71

Nassau El R R—See
Nassau &

97

93

Bklyn Queera

IK

yuvs
39-J&. f
96
I98*-.^5

Deb 6s

i2M

62

52

89

44 %

45

48

100

103

103 %

104 %
100 %

100M

90

85
'

81

39
82 K

74

78

100

101

Northern N

1958—------J&J.

48
46

85"

tl'A

42

1935--—-J&J,

*33

35

84

Inc 6s Nov

90

f 5)4s 1957 ser A

84

&
90

102

106M
98 M
106
89

06 M
99 M

115
93

95

91M

k 101

N Y Power & Light Corp—
1st mtge 434s 1967

A&O
Gas 1st 5s *34 F&A

90

86

3

J&J

91

f 6s 1943 ser A„M&N

30
14

32

J&J

A—J&J
Jan 1 1965-Apr /

38

1%

17

/
'45--A&O /

Union El (Loop) 5s g
Northwestern Power Oo Ltd—

25

86

15M
17

17
20

*/ 11

*/m

101

41
2

b Basis.
/ This price Includes accrued interest.
♦Negotiability Impaired by maturity.

16

84

Northwest Elec 1st 6s 1935-M&N

m a f conv 6s *60 serA_J&J
Certificates of deposit

J

70M

102 M
102

103

35

42

101

A&O
Pub Serv Oorp
Paterson & Passaic Gas & Elec
consol gold 5s 1949
—M&S
Pecos Valley Power & Light Oo.
1st 6Ms ww 1937 ser A__M&N
Debenture 7s 1942
J&J
Peninsular Tel Oo 1st 5 M«'51 J&J
Penn Centra 1 Light & Power Oo—
1st & ref 4 M" 1977——M&N
Penn-Ohlo Edison Oo—
Deb g 6s 1950 ser A
M&N

102

32 M

97~

63 M

65

61
90

73

63 M

Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Oorp—
Deb gold 6s 1976 ser A—M&S
Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Oo—
1st 1 & ref 5 Ms *66 *cr A—M&8
1st lien & ref fis 1958——M&S
Deb 6s 1940
—-J&D
'54 ser A—-J&J
Oo 1st 5s 1956—J&J

1st & ref 5 M«

Pennsylvania Pow & Light Oo—
1st M 4Ms 1981
A&O
Pennsylvania State Water Oorp—
1st lien 5Ms 1952 series A-M&S
Penn Tel 5s I960 ser O
Penn Water & Powers f 5s '40J&J
1st ref 4Ms 1968 ser B
M&S

j

54

1st & ref 5s series D 1954. J&D
Pennsylvania Electric Oo—
1st & ref 4s 1971 ser F— M&N

Penna Pow

35

10

94

Deb 5M» 1959 ser B — — F&A
Penn Pub S 1st 6s serO '47.M&N

Pennsylvania-Ohio Pow & Lt—
15

103

Paterson Ry—See

Without warrants

100

Northwest Louisiana Gas—
1st M 634s 1933 with warr_.

M&S

Parr Shoals Pow 5s 1952

83 M

S f deb 634s 1943M&n
Northern W'chester Ltg5s*55- "

90

99

91

70

Pacific Teleph & Telegraph—
1st & col tr s f g 5s 1937—J&J 2
Ref M 5s 1952 series A___M&N

92

87

A&O
J&D

1st

85
100 M

E__J&D

Pacific Public Service Oo—

5-year 5% notes 1936

F&A

-

ldt & ref 4 M♦ 1957 ser

55M

88

1935-

103 M

90

85

1

war

102 M
98 M

28

88

Northwestern Elevated (Ohic)
1st mtge 5s 1941 opt
M&S

99

87 M

s

1st & ref 5Ms 1952 ser O-J&D
1st & ref 5s 1955 ser D
J&D

54

Northern Utilities Go—
1st lien

107

24

101
88

t—'

106

86"

100

1st 7s without

tt——'' o o

100M

100M

Pacific Northwest Pub ServOonv deb 6s 1950
M&S

Northern Texas Utilities Oo—

104

60

55

Pacific Power & Light Oo—
1st M 5s 1955
F&A

A&O
A&O

108M

44

41

80

M&S

f g 5s 1940 opt

53

95

105"

86

100

s

Angeles Pacific Oo—
'15 ._J&J

57
91

50

91

98

Coll tr

55 M
83

104

89

75

101
98

96

103

86

534% notes 1940
Northern Texas Elec Oo—

99

J&J
A&O

1946

1st & ref 4 Ms *60 ser F

1st & ref 5s 1956 ser A—J&D
Northern States Power Oo—

Refunding 4Ms 1961

80

66

85M
96 H

1st & ref 5s 1941

97
101

1st & ref M 6s 1941 ser B.J&D

82 M

1st & ref 6s 1941 ser B

-.A&O

6M8 series O 1939
5Ms series D 1945

94

100

r

90

100
90

Northern Ohio Trac & Light—
1st lien & ref 5s 1956
F&A
Gen & ref 6s 1947 ser A
M&S

85

78

55M

83

J&J
A...M&N
B„.M&N
1st 1 & ref 6s 1943 O
M&N
1st 1 & ref 534s 8er D '49—J&D
1st 1 & ref 5s 1955 ser E__.T&D
Watertown L & P 5s 1959-J&J

78

75

75 M

J&D
Pacific Light & Power Oorp—
Pac L & P Oo 1st fis 1942.J&J

Northern Penna Power Oo—

New Orleans

M&S

Nt ref g 4s 1950 opt

90

1st lien & ref 6s 1947

s

54

1st & ref mtge 5s 1943-M&S
Pacific Gas & El ref 5s '42—-J&J

69

1st lien & ref 7a 1946

1st

79M

73 M

Los

Y Utilities Inc—

Northern Ohio Pow & Lt—
Gen & ref 534s 1951
Northern Ohio Telep Co—

50

Pub Service Oo—
!
5s 1952 series A-A&O
1st & ref 5s 1955 seriei B—J&D,




37

D

m

1st M & ref 5« 1963

36

1st & ref

Adj income 6s

ser

99

77 M

Pacific Coast Power 5s 1940-M&9
Pacific Elec Ry g 5s 1942..-J&J

101

63

M&N
M&S
4Ms 1970 serE-J&D
North Ind Gas & El 6s *52—M&N
1st & ref 58 1966 ser O

1st & ref 5s 1969

97

Ozark Power & Water Oo—
1st • f 5s 1952
M&S

10

34

Northern Ind Pub Serv—

lst&ref

100 K

98

M&S

1946

49

New Orleans

N Y & Queens
New York Rys Oorp—
Prior lien 6s 1965 ser

1st & ref 534s

45

Gas & Electric Oonsol & refg 5s 1933--—J&J
New Mexico Power—

guar—J&J

8

/

North El Oo & Nor Pap Mills—
1st M 5s 1934-1947
M&N
Northern Elec Oo Ltd—See Misc.

1950———F & A

1954 op

15 .J&D

44 M

94 M

66 M

5s series E

45 M

New London

Deb g 5s

92

99 K

44

73

52

Vallty Power Oo—
1st M s f 5 Ms 1970
A&O
Otter Tail Piswer Oo (Minn)—

103 M

Gen'l 1 & coll 5M« 1961

98

70

Ottawa

Power—

43 M
43

Hampshire Pow 6s Dec.1943
N J & Hud Riv Ry & Ferry—
1st gold 4s 1950 opt———M&S
N J Pow & Lt 1st 434s 60—A&O
New Jersey Water Oo—

1949 ser A—-J&D,
Ry & Light Oo ■
N O Oy & Lake 6s 1943—- J&J
Newp News & Hamp Ry G & E—
1st & ref 5s 1944--—--—.J&J
Newp News & Old Pt Ry & El
1st g 5s Nov 1 1938
Gen g 5s Mar 1 1941 —-M&S
New Rochelle Wat 6Ms 'M-M&N
N Y Cent Elec 1st 5)4s 50-M&S
New York Edison 00—
1st lien & ref 6Hs 1941--A&0
1st 1 & ref 5s ser B 1944--A&O
1st 1 & ref 5s 1951 sOr O—A&O
N Y Gas Elec L H&P Oo—
1st g 5s Dec 1 1948—-—J&D
Pur mon coll tr 4s 1949—-F&A
Ed El 111, N Y, con g 5s 95 J&J
New Amster Gas 6s 1948—J&J
NY&ER Gas 1st g 5s *44—J&J
Oon 5s 1945
———J&J
NY&Westch Ltg 4s 2004—J&J

California

Northern Conn Power Oo—

New

M 4)4s

91

F&A

gold 5s 1937 opt

21

Ottawa Trac 1st 5 .Ms July '55J&D

26

72

Northeastern Public Service—

64

85

Oonv deb

1st M 5s

1st

North

1st & cons s f 5s '48 op

1937
—-——M&S
(Oity of)i W 5s 41 J&D
New England G & E Association
Deb g 5s 1947—M&S
Oonv deb 5s 1948
=J&D

1st M 6s

105"

90

1st M 5s

91

69

A&O

'20

19 1

97

Ottawa L H & Power—

North Shore Gas Co of Illinois—

108

New Oastle

5s 1950---——M&N
New Eng Pow Assn 5s 1948 .A&O
Deb 5)4b 1954
——J&D
New Eng Pow 1st 5s 1951—J&J
New Eng Tel & Tel—
1st 5s 1952 series A
-J&D
1st 4M« 1961 ser B———M&N

1st & ref g 5s '40 op

16

67

67

s

Extl sink fund 5s 1963

1st M & lien 5Ms 1957—-M&N
North Shore Electric Co—

100

100

101

(Hoboken, N J) 5s 1938—A&O

58

J&J
Newark Gas 6s Apr 1 1944--Q-J
1
Newark Oons Gas con 5s 48-J&D I
k
New Amsterdam Gas 6s 1948-J&J k
New Brunswick (Can) Pow Co—

25

5M8 1948 ser A—

93
60

37

14

63

Ref & coll tr 5s 1957 ser A. A&O

Oorp—

98
-

33

'45 op bef '16. -M&N
Orange & Pas Val R—See P 8 Oorp
Orange & Rockland Elec Oo—
1st m 5s 1958
F&A
Oregon Elec Ry 5s '33 opt.-M&N
Oregon-Washington Water Serv—
1st M ,5s 1957 series A
J&D
Oslo Gas & El Works (Norway)—

Spencer 5s 1945-M&N

North Jer St Ry—See P S Oorp.
North Penn Gas Co—

90

1956—A&O

98M
88

J&J

55 M
39M

1st gu g 5s

75

A&O

60

2022——„———M&S

82

North Hudson Lt H & P Co

14

Nat Toll Bridge 6s stmp
Nebraska Pow 1st 4)48

Nev Oalif Elec 1st 5s
Debs 6s July 1941—--—-

89""

38M

f 5Ms 1950.
J&J
Ontario Transmission Oo Ltd—

78

A&O
;_A&0

North Continent Utilities
1st coll & ref

12M

5s 1978--r&i /
deposit-——-

87 M

A&O

77 M
70

65

-

1st

52

74

Ontario Pow 5s '43 op to '13-F&A
Ontario Power Serv Oorp—

100

A&O

1st & ref 5s 1956

Sallsb &

60
52

£

CO

Ser^ce Corp—

30

101M

32

30
53 M

Omaha & Council Bluffs St By—
Income 5s 1937
J&J

28

J&J

1st & ref 5s 1934 opt

101

CO

Nat Public
Debenture gold

67 K

K

31

Omaha & Ooun Bluffs Ry & Br
1st s f 6s 1947
A&O

69 M

Serial 5% notes 1936
North Carolin * Pub Serv Oo—

99

cot—'CO

70

A—M&S
1963 ser B„.F&A15

Deb 5s Nov 15 69 ser O M&N15
North Amer Light & Power Co
Serial 5% notes 1933
Serial 5% notes 1934
Serial 5% notes 1935

99

89

1^08—J&J

Suff Ltg 5s 1945--F&a
Oo deb 5s 1978 J&J
deb 6s 2026 A-F&A
2030 ser B
M&N

Certificates of

77

69

F&A

1956 ser S

99

48

1940—M&S

70K

52

99

95

Oonv deb 5a 1957 ser

S f deb 534s

Nat Elec Pow
Nat Pow & L
Deb 5s

888

'

99

80

k

Oklahoma Gas Util 6Ms 1934
Okla Natural Gas 6s 1946 A—J&J
1st m 5s 1948 ser B
F&A
Oklahoma Power & Water
1st m 5s 1948 ser A
F&A
Oklahoma Ry 1st & ref 5s '41-J&J
Old Dominion Pow 5s May 15 '51

96

Ry & P

North American Edison Oo—
Deb 5Ms

99

1958—--J&J
Nashville Gas & Heating Oo—
1st M gold 5s 1937 guar—M&N
5s

96 M

£

66

k

M&S

Debenture gold 6s

95 M

82

6Ms 1943 (with war).-.J&J
Oklahoma Gas & Electric—

15"

North American Oo.

o ^o tco-^i

90

1st & ref 5 Ms ser E 1961M&N
Ohio State Telep 5s 1944
J&J
Ohio Val Elec Ry 1st M 5s '46J&D
Ohio Valley Gas Oorp—

47

634s 1947

Deb 5s 1961

96

90
85

1st M 5s 1950

5

100

"

k

1st M & ref

44

/

15

98
98

7Ms '46 ser A.A&O
1st & ref 7s 1947 ser B
F&A
1st & ref 6s 1953 series O.M&S
1st & ref 5sl954 ser D
.M&8

101M

101M

99

67)

10

1st

k

80)

65

85

105M
100 M

100

99

J&D

Deb g 6s 2024Ohio Public Service Oo—

95

71

105

Norf Ry & Lt 1st 5s 1949—M&N
Norfolk St 1st g 5s 1944—J&J

52"

1956 ser D. J&D

if',,

59

79M

F&A
J&D

.

J&J

mtge 634s 1953
Norf & Ports Bdge 7s 1942

90

Oo—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A- ----•{&■}
1st 5s sink fund ser B 1957-J&J
Nashville Railway & Lignt—

1st & ref 4 Ms

95

68

'50--M&N
J&J
Niagara Lockport & Ont Power—
1st & ref 5s 1955 series A_A&G

Norf & Ports Tr—See Va

Narragansett Elec

5s 1953 opt

106 M

94 M
101

1959

1st

Mt Wash St

Ref & ext gold

1%

9

■.

90

Ohio-Kentucky Gas Oo—
1st s f 6 Ms 1943 ser A
J&D
Ohio L & Pow 1st 5s 1944
k
Ohio Pow 1st & ref 5s 1952 B J&J

| 4M

94

Nippon Elec Pow Ltd (Japan)—

102

1938 series B--J&J
Ry—See PhUa Oo
M&UOTr Co—See Un Tr of —Muncle W W 5s Oct 2 1939-A&0
Municipal Gas Oo (Texas)—
1st M 6s 1935 ser A-—-M&N
Municipal Serv coll 6s 1956.F&A
Mutual Telep (Pa) 1st 5s 45-**-^

IK

Niagara Falls Power—

85"r

1st M 6s

1st & consol 5s 1960
Ohio Elec Pow 1st M 5s 1957

105

1st & cons 6s <*er AA

61

78

N Y & Westchester Lighting—
See N Y Gas Elec Lt & Pr

series A

.,

15
90
49

55

m

—-

39 tax ex.M&N
N Y Water Service Corp—
1st M 5s 1951 ser A
'.M&N

5s

100

100

97

f

1st M 5s 1956
Tel 1st 4HiS

1st

c

47

col tr 5 Ms 1953 ser_A J&J
Ohio Edison 1st 5s 1957
A&O

75 3;

M&N
M&N
M&N

1951

5

'87

'

N Y

110

99

Telep 6s 1938- J&J
Mountain States Power Oo—

Oons g

M 5s

1st

50"

Mount Home

98

;M&N

< /

.

70
51

Ohio Cent Telep 1st 6s '47—J&J
Ohio Cities Water Oorp—

90

J&J

Certificates of deposit
N Y Steam 6s 1947

Montreal Tramways—

1st & ref 5s

98

60

67

Gas~5s 1945—M&N

103

Ask.

48

7s 1942

—---

Ogden

M&S

1980

1st oon 6 "4s 1962

83M

5s 1941 opt—--J&J
Gen & ref 5s 1955 series A. A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser B-- A&O
Gen & ref s f 4 Hs '55 ser O A&O
Gen & ref s f 5s 1955 ser D_ A&O
Morn'side El St Ry—See P hila Oo

16"

New York State Rys—
1st con g 4 J4s '62 op *13 -M&N
Certificates of deposit
/

1

1st & ref g

ff

A&O

1st m 4Ms

54 M

28

Power-—
1st & ref s f 5s 43 op 18--J&J i f
Deb g 5s 1962 ser>—----J&D
Montreal Isl Pow 6148 1957-M&N
Montreal Lt Ht & Pow Oonsol—
1st ref & coll tr 6s 1951A&0
1st ref col & sf 6s 1970 ser B M&S k
Montreal Lt Ht & Pow Oo—
Gold 5s 1933 opt 1913——A&O
Montreal Pub Service Oorp—
1st & ref 5s 1942
M&S

■P

N Y State K1 & Gas Oo—

54

Montana-Dakota Power Oo—
1st m 5Ms 1934
J&J

J&J

1962

55

Nova Scotia Light & Power Oo—1st M s f 5s 1958 ser A .—J&D

Oberpfalz Elec 7s 1946
Ocean City Oostal Highw Bdge—

N Y & Richmond Gas Co—
1st ref M 6s 1951 ser A„M&N

85''

;

82

23d St Ry 5s

r

18

1

Bid.

Northwestern Pub Serv Co—
1st m 5s ser A 1957
-—J&J
Northw Teleg—See W U Teleg

50

Sixth Av RR pur M 5s '65-J&J
Third Ave—See under "T".

104

101M

1st M 6s

12
2M

Bway & 7th Av cons 5s '43 J&D /
Certificates of deposit

defaulted bonds.

Bonds

Ask

BUl

Bonds.

Ask

Bxa.

Bonds.

Gen

BONDS

PUBLIC UTILITY

78

39

41

69

72

64

68

55
k

92 M
96 M

97 M

m

81M

82 M

65

67

j

k

90

_—

k Last sale.

I In London,

n

Nominal.

rOanaJian price,

s Sale

price.

103

104

94

97

,

April, 1933.]

PUBLIC

NOTICE.- -All bond prices

Bonds.

Bid.

Peoples Gas (N J) 1st 6s *68-J&D
People's G L & Ooke. Chicago—
1st cons g 6s 1943
A&O
Refunding gold 5s 1047—M&S

85

Bid.

111

953*
81

93

93 3*

1003*
97

98

100%
96

103

101
29

J&J */

30

67

68"

11*
77

82

15
70
100

Central Trac 1st 5s 1929.

1013*
1023*

1st

&

ref

70
18

70"

Secured

Mount Washington St Ry94

82
62
70
14

Pitts Trac 1st 5s 1927-— j
So Trac 1st & coll tr g 6s '50 A&O

85"
18"

12"
(Vest End Trac con 5s '88-J&J
nlla Elect 1st 5s 1960
/
"
1st M 4s 1936
i

17

99

22
106

933*

1043*

geld

1962—
6s

183*

21

50

Eq 53*s 1933
Darby Media 8c Ohes St Ry
1st 4 3*s '30 opt *10 gu__J&J
Hest Mantua & Fairm 5Ha '34
Market Street Elev Pass Ry
1st g gu 48 1955
M&N
Onion Traction— '
Elec & Peo 4s tr ctfs '46-A&O
People's Traction Co—
P P Ry tr ctfs 4s '43 -F&A

54

Ext at 6H% to

1960.M&N

Phil & Read Ter 1st 5s 1941-Q-F
Phlla Subur-Countles Gas & Elec
1st & ref 4Kb 1957
M&N
Phlla Sub Water Co—
1st M

5s

1st

5s

M&N
-A&O
M&N
—A&O

1955

1909

M

1st M 4 3*s 1967

IstM 4%s 1970
Piedmont

1st & ref 4%s I960

80

Deb g 5s 1953
M&S fc
Rochester Gas & Elec Corp—
Gen M 53*8 1948 series O.M&S

100

95

65""

1st & ref 5s 1946

ser

72

A&O

Rockford Elec Co 1st 5s '39-M&S
Rockland Light & Pow—

90

M&N

list ref 43*s 1958

363*

41%

53

54
99

88

93

85

50

56

19

20

763*
743*

77

St

Gen lien & ref 6s 1953

Power

A&O

1st

1043*

Corp of Canada Ltd—

Conv deb 4%s 1959 S«r B.M&8
Power Corp of N Y—

M

0%s

1942

r

Ser A.M&N

47

St

108""
51

90>*

94

85

90

Deb gold

53*s 1947—-—M&N
Power Gas & Water Sec Corp

55

60

Coll tr 5s 1948 with ware.M&N

35

40

Power Secur coll tr 6s '49—J&D

55

59

1st M s f 6s 1942 Ser B..M&N

Providence Gas Co 1st 6Hi
Prussian Elec 6s 1954—

1942

1043*
58

1st M 53*s 1945 ser A
1st M 5s 1945 ser B_
St Louis Public Service—

72

78

1st & ref 0s 1953 series A..M&8
1st & ref 53*s'54 series B-M&S
Deb 0s 1946
M&N
Public Service Co of N H—

843*

86

IVA
67

823*
70

923*

1st & ref. 43*i 1957 ser B.A&O

96

Pabllc Service Co of Nor 111—

753*

]at& ref 5s I960 series O.M&N k

78

80

75""
95

Salmon Kiv Pow gu 5s *52 op F&A
Salt River VrI Water Users Assn
6s 1938-1943
F&A

1st & ref 43*s
1901

S f deb 0a 1958 aer A."" f&A
Sauthern Colorado
Power Co—
1st g 0s 1947 series
A
J&J
Southern Counties Gas
(Gallfv—

B

102

60

M&8

783*

100

103

101

96

15

27

28
16

/

12

69

85

93
65

96
71

msiM

Southern Gaa

A—.A&O

Utilities.

Ino—

a
■ f 63*s1039 oer A.M&S
South lnd G & E
53*s *57
A&O
Southern Natural Gas
OorD—

533*
99%

42

^SSbg CT.1.?.59 i5i8:ijg
o

Ohio Elec 6s 1955

ou

63*«L.l?59

III J&D

ser D

j&j

Pub Utll 1st 6a
1943

outhern

J&J

ware

A&O

authern Wise Pow 5s
1938 .A&O

1st M 5s 1957 ser B
1st 6s series C 1961

J&J

M&N
_M & N

44
46

108

107
96
93
96

Trac—See Phlla Co

juthern United Gas
Co—
lat Hen 0s 1937 with

56
100

7
88
36

llo""
100

97

963*

9

90
40

102

102%

60
75
78

§5""

633*

100

101

101

b Baals.
/ This price includes accrued interest,
t Last sale.
1 In London,
n Nominal,
shed on Montreal and Toronto Exchanges.
*Negotiability impaired by maturity.

103

13

83

1023*

M&S

100

M&N

1st M 43*s 1908-...

o

Southern Gas Co—

•uthwestern Bell
Telep—
1st & ref M 5s 1954 ser
A. F&A
suthwestern Gas & Eleo Co—
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser A

ser

873*

65

80
80

O 1947-1

r

a&n

75
71

1947

83

1003*
95

42

763*

98

Utilltf^'Oo—

outhwestern Assoc Telep Co—
1st M 5s 1961.
....A&O

ser

104

1023*
1023*

r

Canadian price,

a

'

13

98

sfSfh«?aIn Tei?p JLBt"M"5a"

1947
Southern Canada Pr
Co Ltd—
1®^M 5s 1955 ser A
A&O
Southern Cities Pub
Serv Co—
Conv deb 0s
1949M&N
Southern Cities

60

5s

101%

92

m&s

93""

1st & ref

663*

853*

IIM&8

~~~

75
90

1st & ref 6s

64

983*

M&S

40

100
102
Pub S ervice
101
104

1st & ref 5%s ser D 1960.M&S




98
----

45

93
93
98
67

82

a/tam

45

San Diego Consol Gas & Elec—
1st g 5s 1939 opt 1914-..M&S
1st & ref 6s ser A 1939-—-M&S

96

Gas

M&N

.

63
57

97

Jan

San Angelo Telep 1st 5s 1958 F&a
San Antonio G & E 5s 1949.M&S
San Antonio Public Service—
1st ref 6s 1952 series A—J&J
1st & ref 5s 1958 ser B
J&J
San Antonio Tr 1st 5s '49—.M&8

Refunding 6s 1956

60
52

«8f h6^35, oo«warr-r—MAN
63*« 1930 ser

96
76
95

101

100
o

62

92

973*
963*

dorp—

a

38
R T.

M&8
J&J

83

60

103

J&J
j&j

xst lien & coll 5s
1953

10

1st & ref gu g 5s '39 opt—J&D
St Paul City Ry—See Twin City
St Paul Gas Light—
Gen & ref 0s 1952

Oalifomli

S I deb

J&D

87

83

81

1013*

Maa

M&S

Collateral trust 5s 19^7

973*

Conv 0% notes ext to '34—J&J
St Louis Sprlngf & Peoria RR—

—„

1st & ref g 5s 1950 op '21..A&O

47""

87

85
81

Telep"* Teieg—

£e? gJ? N^v 1939 aPt
Refunding 5s 1951
Refunding 5a 1952
Refunding 5s 1954—

90

453*

100
96

J&D

Salisbury & Spencer—See No Car

1st 53*i 1956
A&O
Public Service Co of Colorado—

1st & ref 5» 1956 ser A—M&N

St Louis Co Gas 1st 6s 1951
St Louis Co (Mo) Water Co—

U'is "V~

1st & ref 53*s 1952
ser B
1st & ref 5s 1957

93"

86

Southern California
Edison—

Southern

663*

-A&O

l

Southern California
Gas

J&J

Joseph Water 5s 1941

83

90

I®'f f 8 58 1941 opt 1910 J&j
Sou B vard—See
Third Ave Rv

——

60

86

98

Southeaffe??ad0l6w026^"-"M&S
6?i94l& Water cjrD /II

Southern Bell

100%

983*

30

633*

99

89

M&N

Gen gold 5s 1944

60"

Public Elec L Co & (St Albans. Vt)

993*

Joseph Ry, Lt Heat & Power—
1st g 5s Nov 1 1937
1st & ref 5s 1940

....

6s 1930 guar—J&J k 1023*

1003*
993*

92

St Olalr County (JL1I) Gas & El—
1st cons guar 5s 1959
M&S
St Joseph Gas—1st 5s 1937—J&J

g

993*
973*

98

20

833*

90

f&A

_

6

65""

Rumford Falls Pow 4s 1945-A&0
Gen M 43*i May 1948—M&N
Rutland Ry Lt & P 1st 5s'40.M&S
Safe Harbor Water Pow. Corp—
1st mtge s f 43*s 1979
J&D

Telep 6s 1944—J&D

Potomac Edison Oe—

12""

99

Postal Teleg & Cable 5o '53—J&J

"

_

101%

90

393*

Corp.

ser A.J&J
80r B. J&J

1960

m
K
M 6s 1955

So Texas Gas QHa

93

Porto Rico

40

}ff
1st

102

2

M&N

ser A

°;FAAJ

liHth Pittsburgh Water Oe—Serv
St?KE <fe.T~8ee ^ub
iff i 12 £ reJ §9 J960

983*

Rome (Ga) Ry & L 6s '46--A&O
Rome (N Y) Gas. Elec Lt & P—
1st ref 5s 1946
Ruhr Gas Corp 03*8 '53 A—A&O

35
;o:

683*

92

M&N f

B

lQSO.i!50 ■"

1st ref 58 1950
M&N
South Carolina
Power Co—
1st lien & ref 6s 1957
Ja-1

.

293*

Roch Ry & Lt 5s '54 opt
101
J&J
Roch Ry cons 5s g 1930--A&O f
17
2d 5s g 1933 ctf dep—..J&D f
9
Rochester & Syracuse RR—
1st M conv 5s 1957
Rochester Telep Corp—

F&A

South Ferry—See N
Y Rys

101%

683*
37

85

8er B

South

Gen mtge 4 3*s 1977 ser D.M&8
5s series E 1962
M&S

98
95

so?

S0»y^,2SSW^.~^"

Corp—

Portland (Me) RR 3%b 1951-J&J
1st 1 & con m 5s 1945—-M&N

Cons M

99
66

100

98
96
93
93

51

84

Rochester Central Power

1st M 5s 1938

1st mtge 5s 1956 ser E— M&N

}«' «» 1947
5
19i9

v

1« Mfa

1023*

70

1st M 43*s 1961 series F—A&O k
Potomac El Pow

963*

75

50

40

27

1st & ref 43*8 1953 ser G__J&J
Roch Tel Co gen 5s 1933-A&O

M&S

84

26

59

_

58

82

„

.

5s 1935
J&JPortland (Ore) Gas & Ooke—
1st & ref g 5s '40 opt "20—J&J
lstl'n & gen 4%s 1940—J&J

54

Riverside Trac—See Pub Ser Corp
Roanoke G-L 63*s 1951
F&A
Roanoke Ry & El 5s 1963—F&A
Roanoke WW 5s 1950
J&J

Oharlerol—See Phlla Co

Portland General Elec Co—

ser A—.M&S
Sierra &
Francisco Power—
1st g 5s 1949
opt.
f&a
2dM 5s 1949
series
J&j

40

7% sec. notes 1936
T&A
Richland Public Service—
1st & ref 5s 1937
—A&O

50
50

57

LIghUng

^i960
San

w

Rio Grande Valley Gas Co—
1st M 7s 1937 ser A
A&O

r

Pittsburgh Suburban Water Serv
1st 1 & ref 5s 1958
M&S
Pittsbuigh Trac—See Phlla Co
Pittsburgh Rys—See Phlla Co
Plattaburg G & El 1st 5s 1939
Pomerania Elec. 6s 1953

393*

22

6 3*s 1960 ser A A&O k
69
Piedmont & North 1st 5s 1954-J&J
62
Pitts & Alleg Telep 1st 5s 1949 —
104
Pitts Alleg & Man—See Phlla Co
Pitts &

39%

563*

20

Hydro-El Co (Italy)

1st & ref s

30

49
49

483*
to7^
Wis El ec CJo.

1st mtge 5s
1951
A&O
Shreveport Rys 1st 5s, *33-44 J&J
Sierra Pacific
Power bo—^

79

99

17

Co—

86r D '70—A&O

anf™Elec—See East

Shore

Rio de Janeiro Tram Lt & P—
1st g 6s 1935.
J&J

53

13

1stM&colsf 43*s
*07SarAA&O
1st

16

72

47

163*
J

col tr 43*s '68
ser B..M&N
1st coll tr 5s 70
ser O
F&A

Ya,LW*ter 511956A&0
8h|«ty!S ,EIeS Fow (Japan)

70

101

66

18

63

Shih-0011 ^l^8

52

W Phlla Pass 2d 5s 1926—

85

95

ge^niar.1.914---^

95"

21

29

M&N

76

Richmond (lnd) W W Corp—
1st M 5s 1957
-M&N
Richmond (S I) Lt & RR—
1st coll tr g 4s 1952
J&J

24

1932

g

iWJ^or 4 Fower

18
50

/

83

37
35

103

m 6s 1952
m 6s 1953 with war._F&A
Oons 68 1955 with rights.-A&O

53"

7

102""

60

J&D

M&N
M&N

Direct

M&S

Second Ave—See N Y
RysV "
Second Ave
Trac—See Phlla Co—

50

M&S
A.A&O

7s 1950

3
50

too

35
32

52

Rhine-Westphalia El Pr (Germ'y)
g

90

Serv—

Seattle-Everett Traction—'

49

Con

M&S
J&J

1944.

1053*

46
45
51
50
97

Philadelphia Rapid Transit—
Coll tr g 6b 1957 opt s f—F&A
S f guar 5s '62 opt r17
M&8

ser

75

Seattl^LIglitlng Oo—1914""Mlk8

-f&T
Republic Gas 0s A 1945
J&D
Certificates of deposit
Rhine-Ruhr
Wat Sarv
Union—
Extl deb 0s 1953
J&J

Mtge

-

Trac 1st 0s

9
33

Reading Trac 0s 1933

100

Philadelphia Elec Power Co—
1st mtge 53*8 1972
FotA
Phlla & Garretsford St Ry—
1st 5s 1955
I

52

43*s 1958

8CTlst &nr5^T19478 N#V '3V£i
Scran

M&8

Conv g deb 63*s

100

85

9534

J&L

f 5a 1968

95
85
70

90
64

Railway & Light Sec 5s 1952

1003*

93

s

Ref 5s 1965.
Ref 43*8 1958

ft 100

1919.-M&S

8<Tanton-Spg Brook Water

1003*
100%

32

Queemboro Gas & El 5s '52-J&J

17"
i

1053*
983*

-

1st

913*
943*

Quebec Power Co—
1st M & coil tr

Meoi'powef S#^i0

88

102

ser A-A&O
1st
1945 ser B
A&O
Savannah Elec Co 5s
g '52 J&J
Sayre (Pa) Elec 5s
1947
A&O

1013*
100

lget Sound Power & Light—
1st & ref 53*8 1949
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1950ser O—..M&N
1st & ref 43*s 1950 ser D-J&D

F&A

100

843*

J r0f 73*s 194i
& ref 0s

flnilS ^ '^l^Sopt

M&S

1933 opt

J&J

Scioto Val Ry & Pr
1st 0s'43_J&D
Scranton Elec 5s "37
opt *12 J&J
Water Oo-

conv

1st g gu 6s

70

M&S

D

Schenectady Railway Oo^-"

6s 1938
M&S
1st col tr conv 63*8 1948—A&O
Puget Sound Power Co—

77"

71

8er B
ser

Joaquin Light & Power—

Savannah

32
lH

3*

8.»d1atirSii9^a!£,1910J4u

33
101

A&O
Corp—

-

m r e

63

J&D
F&A

1st ref 4s 1971
Public Utilities Consol
1st M 63*i 1948

102

43*s 1967.
1st & ref 43*8 1970

M&N

A p«wer Corp—

,

rrnK & ref 5s
Unif £ r6/ F811952

So

20

31

f 7s 1942

1957

2d 6s '14 ext 5% to '44-A&O
Riverside Trac 6s I960—J&D
Jersey Gas El & Trac—
Guar g 5s Mar 1 1953-M&Public Service Elec & Gas Co—

73

s

£a2

San

80

55

100

Bay Toll Brid

Deb
ft

Nor Jer St Ry 4s 1948--M&N
Or & Pass Val 1st 5s '38—J&I
Paterson Ry—

Philadelphia Company-

52

100

8aiD

66

Hob & Pat 4s 1949--M&N
P 8 Newark Term
Ry 5s'55 J&D

66

1st

89

J C

64
86'

Atk

87

^r)i8ky/?aZ ™dge l8t® 3*s'42 J&J

Nj?SgbtaB4H"1933--M4N

1st g 6* Dec 1 1950.. .J&L
tClisabetb & Trent 6s '62.A&C

1

Peoria Water Works Co—

6s

a

Trust certs 6% perpet
Camden Sub 1st 5s 1946—J&J
Oons Trac 1st 6b 1933
J&L
•tils Plainf & Cent Jersey Ry—

91

nui

Diego Water Supply Co—
1st m s f 5s 1955-——.
M&N

fla

67
96

1st mtge 5s 1961 ser C
M&S
First mtge 6s 1967 ser D.MfcN k
Public Service Corp of N J—

101

defaulted bonds.

Bonds

-

98

97

79
and

3an

4%s 1978 ser D.M&N k
1st & ref 43*s 1980 ser E—J&J
1st & ref 4%s 1981 ser F .A&O
1st lien & ref 6 3*s ser G '37 J&J
1st lien & ref 63*s ser H '52J&J
Puolic service Co of Oklahoma

Peoples Tract. See Phlla R T

pltts & Birm Traction—
Brownsv Ave 5s 1926

Ask.

Pub Service Co of Nor 111 (Con)—

95

Peoples Light 8c Power Corp—
1st lien 5%s 1941
J&J
1979

BONDS

Bonds.

88

80

lnd Nat J&O g 6s '36 gu.M&N
Mutual Fuel Gas g 6s '47 M&N

5s

UTILITY

interest" except where marked "t' and income

Ask.

107

Chic G L4C 1st 5s 1937—J3cJ
Oonsum Gas 1st g 5s '36—J&D

deb

"and

1st & ref

1st & ref 4s 1981ser B
T&J
1st 3c ref 6s ser O 1957-J&D
Serial 43*% notes 1934—-F&A
Serial 4% % notes 1935—F&A
Serial 4)4% notes 1936—F&A

Conv

are

Sale nrice.

s

Minimum price estab-

PUBLIC

80

drices

I

Bid.

Bonds.
Southwestern Light A Pow Go—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
FAA
1st M 5s 1957 ser B
FAA
Southwestern Natural Gas Go—
1st s f 6s 1945
MAN
Southwestern Power A Light—
Deb g 6s 2022 series A
MAS
Southwestern Public Service Go—
1st M s f 6s 1945 ser A
JAJ
Southwestern States Telep Co—
1st M 6« 1948
MAS
Southwest Gas Go—
1st im 6Ha '37 with warr. MAN
Mnir
nr h
▼» av id»
vSpg Br'k Wat 1st —
ref 5s ^—- Go
«« .
Kieo

54

33

33*

39

40

62

65

13

Union

75

70
45

Elec of Delaware
6% g notes 1935—
AAO
Debenture 6s 1951
FAA
Debenture 6s 1966
JAD

41

42*
37*
36*
42*

37
36
42

AAO

36

36*

19

JAD

22

14

50

102

AAO

106

64*
63*
80*
101*

MAS
JAJ

102*
101*

104

f

1953
A Light—
1954
MAN

74

100

80

79
49

49*

{

::::

3

(New York)—

Dry Dock E Bway A Battery—
1st 5s gold 1932
J&
Gen ref M ser O IncJan 19ou

IIM

(Japan)—

MASlfl

Tokyo Elec Lignt Oo (Japan)—
1st g 6s 1953 series
JAD1t
Toledo Edison 5s 1962
MAN
Tol G E A H con 1st g 6s '35-AAO
Trenton G A El g 6s 1949 --MA&
Trenton St Ry con g 5s '38-JAJ
Tri-State Telep A Teleg—

5Ks 1942
MAN
1st M 5s 1942 ser B
MAN
Troy City Ry—See Un Tr (Alb)
23d Street Ry—See N
Y Rye
Twin Olty Rapid Transit Oo—
1st lien A ref 6*s 1952—JAD
St Paul Olty Ry—
Gable cut 5s 1937
JAJ15

Guaranteed
Twin States Gas A Electric—
1st A ret 5s Oct 1953
AAO

1945 Ser A.MAS

„

Guar s f 7s 1952

45 '

FAA
Oo—
Mam

50

48*

49

39*
86*

39*
86*

96

99

101
40

102

104

99

101

1

24

25

49*
51

91

93

96

MAS16

63
60

45*

47*

47

37*'

$1%

6%to"41.MAN

95

JAJ

33

34

80

83

99

100

1st M if 6s 1953

10*
10*
1*
2*

Wheeling (W Va) Electric Oo—
I
1st M 5s 1941 opt
MAN.
White Line St Ry 6a 1935
1
Wichita

Water 0s

43

97""

93

1949——MAS,

80

85

MAN

85

1st m 58 Aug 1952 ser A—MAS:
Wilmington A Chester Traction—
Ooll trust 6s ext 1933
AAO

85

87

Winnipeg El Oo lrt ref 5s '35 JAJ r
Ref M 6s 1954
—AAO r

78

|

30

|

20

Wisconsin Electric Power Oo—

1st m 5s 1900 ser O

14

-

20
28*

(Pittsb)—See"Phlla

Tr

4

;1

T*

si
—

47*
64

62

57*

Light Oo—
Deb 6s May 1 2022
MAN
1st 1 A gen M'6§ 1944
FAA
1st 1 A gen M 4*s 1944.-FAA
Utlca El A P 1st 5s 1950
JAJ
Utlca G A El ref A ext 6s '57-JAJ
Gen 5*8 1949
IADH
Gen M 5h 1956 ser D
A*G
Gen 5s 1952 series E
-JAJ
g

5*8

Wthout

—JAD

1947

FAA

46

54

61

62*

58

62

103

105"

103

6s

JAD

1933

4*% notes 1933
Washington Gas A El Oo—
1st s f 5*s 1947

95

95

92

5*s 1942
--MAN
6% notes June 15 1933—-JAD
Worcester A Oonn Eastern Ry—
1st s f g 4*s 1943
-JAJ
Vadkln River Pow 1st 5s '41. AAO
Yonkers Ry—See Third Ave Ry.
York Haven WatAP 1st 5s'5lJAD

98

100

98*

100

80*

100

1st

16*

17*

15

UH

•'■?

1

2
14

98

101

94

mtge

104*
67*
59*
70*

99*
97

2

4

2

4

99*
103*

M

g

PUBLIC UTILITY STKS.

78"
100*

37

40

33

37

25

35

I'd

3

17 pref

Glass B

Oommonw'lths Pw
Common B

Preferred

89

52

100*
92*

*6

lljj
u

d

56

102*

47"

50"

88

d

Amer Gas A

$6

—(t)
1
1
(t)

(t)

-

—

Elec com—

(t)

—-.(t)

preferred

Pow $0 1st pref—(t)
American Light A Traction
25
6% Preferred
—.25
Amer Natural Gas com..—(t)
.ITJ
A mar Power A Light com
|6 preferred

Amer Gas A

49"

26*
3*
*
*

26

A(

91
4

■

86

Washington Water Power Oo—

,

.—..100

J6 Dr
Amer A Foreign Pow com
$7 Preferred
$7 second pref series A

Amer Elec-Power

JAD

46

com

$7 first preferred
$6* first preferred
Amer DlsTel of N J com —--(..

51

AAO

100,

preferred--

31

1948——FAA
Washington A Suburban Cos
Coll trust 5*s 1941.
MAS

Par

(t)K

80

Power

28
40

86"

80

$5 preferred
(t)|d
Allegheny Traction—See Phila Oo
mer Cities Pow A Light cl A-25

Alabama

48

JAJ

98*.

5s *37 opt. JAD

Amer

92
77

York Rys 1st

Warrants

1959

86

96

$6 cum pref.

1st 5s

96

83

56

1st A gen 5s 1960
Waterbury Gas Light Oo—
1st mtge 4*s 1958
MAN
Waterloo Oed Falls A No Ry—
1st M s f g 5s 1940 op '15—JAJ
Certificates of deposit
Watert'n LAP—See No N Y Util
Waukesha Gas A Electric Oo—

86
94

5s. 1942

56

JAJ
—JAJ

93

90

JAJ

1st A ref

53

1st ref 6s 1939 op

82*

91

1st A ref 5s '42MAN

AAO

Olty A Sub 5s g

77

AAO
JAJ

1st A ref 6*8 1958
Wise Pub Service Oo—

53

Wash Ry A El g 4s 1951
Anacost A Pot 5s 1949

86

78*

Wisconsin Pow. Light A Heat—
1st A ref 6s 1946—
JAD
Wisconsin Public Service Oorp—

FAA
JAJ
MAN

1st M 5*i 1953

85

83

1st A ref 5s 1944 opt '19-MAN
Gen A ref 7s 1947JAJ
W sconsin Power A Light—
1st 1 A ref 5s 1956 ser E..MAN
1st lien A ref 5s 1958 ser F JAD

Wise Val El

.

(D O) G L 5* 1980—MAN
Refunding 5s 1958-J&J
6s M 1933 series A
AAO
6a m 1936 ser B
AAO

83

82

Wlscon Riv Pow 1st 5s 1941 MAN

101*
10-yr sec conv 5*s 1942 —MAS
Virginia Public Mervicp < Jo¬
66
ist A ref 5*s 1946 ser A—FAA
57
1st A ref 6s 195(1 ser R
IAD
69
1st A ref 6s series O 1952.MAS
45
Deb s f 6s 1946
Faa k
Virginia Ry A Power—
98*
1st A ref g 5s 1934
JAJ
94
Norf A Ports Tr 6s *36—JAD
Washington Bait A Ann El—
1st M 5s Mar 1941 op
MAS
Ctfs of deposit

96

80

100

103

'*/ 12

Pow 1st 6s 1942--JAD
Va Elec A Pow 1st 5s 1955--AAO

69

94

100

Utilities Public Service Oo—
Oonv

98

63

95

100

warrants

Virginia

96*'

Wisconsin Michigan Power Oo
1st A ref 6s June 15 '57-JAD16
1st M 4*a 1961
JAJ
Wisconsin Minn Light A Power—

1st 1 A ref 6s 1952 ser A

100

98*

1st g 5s 1952 opt 1919
JAD
Wisconsin Hydro-Elec Oo—
1st M 5s 1947
AAO

Light Go—

Utah GasA Ooke 1st 5s 1936-JA..1
)

99*.

1st M 58 1954 ser A
FAA
-Vlsconsln Gas A Electric—

Oo,

Wat G A E 5s 1941

Water Oo—

25

•

1st M 5s 1955

61

38*'

33

1st lien A ref 6s w w 1900-FAA

90

56*!

44*
58*

80

>/
1*
1/12
)/
10
)/
*

Albany Ry con M 5s g
Gen g 5s 1947

Wash'n

FA A

(Japan)—

k

Eq 7*8 Feb 16 1936 —FAA
United Rys of St Louis—
Geu g 4s July 1 1934
J
Olty A Sub Pub Serv 5s *34-J
Ualted Traction (Albany)—

Utilities Service 6s 1953

s.

53

50

Gas Oo—

Tyrol Hydro-Elec Pow
1st M sf 7*s 1955
CJJIgawa Klec Power
1st M s f 7s 1945

50

78
53

|

37

15

Deb

56"

35

30

15

Deb 5s 1959 with warr

40

53

75*'

JAD
Westphalia United El Pr (Germ)

Williamsuort

Utilities Power A Light Oorp—

'f

50

"2"

Utah Power A

39*
23*
88*

JAD

f 8*s 1955

50

Utilities Oorp—
1st coll tr s f 5*3 1948

United Railways of Havana—

1*
96*

QQ

s

45

FAA

10

)

75

2*

FAA!

1st M 5s 1959. ser B

Utah Lt A Tr 1st 5s 1944 A_.

85

1*

24

15

13

84*
74*

10

9

Northw'n Tel 4*a 1934—JAJ

Baltimore Traction Oo—

Qnterelbe Power A

Union Ry 1st

*79-FAA|

1
1*

Bait Sparrows Pt A Ohes—
1st g gu 4*s 1953
F^

United

Boulevard g 5s 1945—JAJ
48
5s g 1942—FAA
45
WeBtchester El 1st 5s g '43 JAJ
38
Yonkers Ry 1st 6s 1946—AAO.
DO
NY Rj
Thirty-fourth St Orosstown—Set In y rv
Sou

1st l A ref 6*s

/

—

r37~JAJ

Twin States Natural
Conv deb 6s 1933

M

17

96

68

FAA f

A

Whatcom Oo RyALt 5s '35.MAN

10

72

14*

70

5*s 1955 Ser A.
JAD
West Un Teleg coil tr 5s 1938. JAJ
Fdg A R E M 4*s g *50—MAN
fl*s Aug 1 1930
FAA
25-year g 6s 1961
JAD
30-year 5s Mar 1 I960
MA8

24

10

12*
:

70

1st

23

Unit Rys A Elec (Baltimore)
1st consol g 4s 1949
M

U lit

13*
11

73
73
72

70

W&stern

20

70

JAJ

97*
98

103*

Western United Gas A Elec Oo—

Mat Un6s ext at

*/
*
/
1
/ 21

82"

s

1st ref g 4s 1960 opt aft'14 JAJ
Adj inc g 6s J an 1960 opt. - AAO '
Third Ave RR 1st 5s g

A

88

75

.

Toho Electric Power
1st • f 7a 1955 ser

82

90

95

Oo—

1st 5s

30

78

Ooll tr 6s 1942 ser A—

70

76

JAJ /
1st 5*s I960 series B—.MAS /
8 f deb 6s 1942
MA8 t
Texas Pow A Lt 1st 5s 1937 -JAD
Deb g 6s 2022 ser A
JAJ
1st A ref 6s 1956
MAN

Tide Water Power

z7

Income g 4s 1949 op *29--J<5
Inc funding g 5s 1936
J<S

72

M g 5s
Terre Haute W W Gorp—
1st M 6s 1949 ser B
1st M 5s 1956 ser B

Third Avenue Ry

68*
33*

Ooll tr

56

FAA

1st con M 6s 1949

82*
72*

ser

1st A ref 5*s 1960
Western United Oorp—

34

67

—JAJ

85

70

Tern! Hydro Elec 6*s
Terre Haute Traction

Texas-Louisiana Power
1st 6a 1046 series A.

36*

36

32*

27

87"

AAO

JAD
FAA
Texarkana W 1st 5s '58
FAA
Texas Cities Gas 1st 5s '48—MAN
Texas Elec Ry 5s 1947
JAJ
Tex Trac 1st 5s 1937 opt.-J&d

—

25

Western Puolic Service Co—

21

82*

6s 1947 ser A—-JAD
ref 6s 1956
JAD
6s 1962 opt—MAN

Tenn Pow gu

Texas Electric Service Oo—
1st mtge 5s 1960—
Texas Gas Util. 6s 1945

101

30

4

.

66*

20

Telep—

1st 1 coll 6s 1948

76

51

j

60

-FAA
MAN

Electric Power—

1st con

Western P L A

74

s

83

Elec Co—

Tennessee Public Service—
1st A ref 6s 1970

50

s

5

3

41

64

Y Water Oo—
1st M 5*s 1950
MAN
1st M 5a 1951
—MAN
1st conv 5s 1951
M&N
Conv deb 6s 1935
M&N

.

United Public Service Oo-

103*

40

Western N

99

45

1

1st mtge 5s 1947 ser B

67

2-yr 6% notes Feb 15 '33-FAA7

109

1st A ref
1st A

63 A '52

65

,

_

4* % notes Sept 15 '34-MAS15
5% notes 1937AAO
Western N Y Utilities 6s '40-JAD

18

United Power A Light (Kansas)—

Syrac Rap Tr 1st g 5s
2d mtge g 5s 1930
JAj f 2
3Vt.
Taiwan Elec Pow.—See Foreign G
Tampa Electric Go—
100
1st M g 5s 1933 s f on.—JAD
Telephone Bond A Share Go—
2.5*
Deb 5s 1958
--.JAD

Tenesssee

13
98*

MAN

Deb g 5*91952
Deb 6s 1973

104*

105"

Western Mass Oos—
64

// 84

nited Lt A Rys

70"

90

_

99

MAN
1959--AAO

Deb g 6*s 1974
1st 1 A consol 5*s
Deb g 6s 1975

104*
102*
96*

101

JAJ
West Penn Tr 1st 6s 1960—JAD
W Phlla Pass
Ry—See Phlla R T.
West Texas Utilities Oo—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
AAO
West Virginia Gas Oo—
1st s f 6*s'37 with war.JAD
West Va-Ohfo River Bridge—
1st M 6*s 1952
JAJ /

62

FAA

104

103*
102*

1st M 4s 1961 ser H

102

22
13
3*

s

49

46

....

8

North 5s

105*

100 *

6s '50--JAD

West Penn Power—
1st M 5s '46 op '21 ser A.MAS
1st M 5s 1963 series E
MAS
1st M 5s 1956 series G—JAD

98"
98*

Ry

1st 4s Feb 1 1940
United Light A Power Oo—

1

1951-JAD

Tennessee Eastern
1st M 5s 1943
Ref m 6s 1955

Ave

Without warrants
United Ilium Oo New Haven

17

48

Third

to '32-JAJ f
1932.-JAJ /
Mun A Un City 5s 1936—JAJ /
Union Water Service Oo—
First lien 5*s 1951 ser A.MAN
Union Water Wks Co—
1st lien 5*s 1942
MAS 15 /
Unit Elec Oo of N J 4s '49—JAD
United Elec Rys (Providence)—
Gen ref M 6s Jan 1951 ser A
Geu ref M 4s Jan 1951 ser B_.
United Elec Serv (Italy)—
Extl 1st s f 7s 1956 ser A—JAD
Indianap

Standard Gas A

1946-MAt

Ry—See

.

Union Trac Oo of Indiana—
1st 5s '19 ext at 6%

95

92

>f

Without warrants

16

21*

L

_

6s 1967 ser B—FA a
98"
General 5s 1957
AAO
Gen 4*s 1957
MAN k 90
Union Elec L A Pow of Illinois —
101
1st g 5*s 1954 serA
JAJ
Union ffilev RR—See N W Elev
Union Gas Util 6*s A w w 1937—

g

West End St Ry—See Boston El
West PennElec.deb5s2030.AAO

101

100*
99*

Genl mtge

'65-AAO
Springfield
*A
JAD
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser A---.
Springfiefd Terminal Ry 7s 1942.
Springfield terminal
7s1,

6% convnotes 1935
Standard Power A L Corp—•
Deb g 6s 1957
FA A
Standard Public Service Corp—
1st lien 6s 1948 ser B
Standard Telephone Go—
1st 1 col tr 6*s '43 ser A.MAN
Stettin Pub Utll 7s 1948
AAO
Suburban Gas Go of Philadelphia
1st s f g 5s Apr 1 '52 op '07
Super-Power Go of 111—
1st 4*s 1968
MAfe
1st M 4*s 1970
1st M 6s 1961
JAD
Syracuse Gas g 5s 1946
Syracuse Lake Shore A North—
1st M g 6b '47 opt '17—MAN
Syracuse Lighting 5s g
1st A ref 6*s 1954
FAA
5s series B 1957
JAJ

Westchester Lt 1st

Aft

Bid

Bonda and Stocks.

Ask

Bid.

Union El Lt A Pow Oo of St L—
Ref A ext 5s '33 op aft *18 MAN
Gen 5s series A 1954——JAD

53

51

marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds.

except where

Bonds.

Ask.

51

BONDS AND STOCKS

UTILITY

"And Interest'

i

—

-

—

«re

$5 pref ser

A

1

_

_

4*
8*
5*
6*
3*

4*
6*
5
6

2*
17*

18

75

80
4

13"

14*

19

21

"4"

"4*

10*

11

9

10

100
3
3

96

Westchester Elec—See 3d Av Ry

*

r

Negotiability Impaired oy maturity.
0 Basis,
s Sale price.
(t) No par.

Canadian p.Ice




d Price per

share not per cent

f Flat price.

Jt Last sale

I In London

n

Nominal.

April, 1933 ]
NOTICE.— III bond

Stocks.

Par.

prloes

hid.

art

Stocks.

——(t)j

3

513*

55

Preferred $6 series—
American Telep A Teleg

18
88 y8

.2 X

(t)
100

Amer Wat Wks & Elec com— <+)
Com voting trust ctfs
(t)

Telep...50

X
50 %

Arizona Edison 0X% pref _.(t)
%
Arizona Power
100
Preferred (7%)
-100
Arkansas Natural Gas Oorp
1
com

IX
IX

(t)

Preferred.....—.———.10

A
1

IX

2

*

7 % pref...

Utilities

3

1

—

.

3

(T)

87 first pref
100
Associated Telep Util com A— (t) d
90 pref with war——
(+)V/
97 pref..—............. (Tld
Atlantic City Elec, 90pref
(t) d
Bangor Hydro Elec com
2o//

Elec 97 pref
preferred
Birmingham Gas 90 pref

90

$3

conv

98

103
91

88

107

76
110

25

28

23

20

3

Oorp—

0%

80c'

75c
72

6

(

2

25 X

100

2X
25 A

65 A

66

6X

(t)
20

6!

38

40

24

(tj

Class B

26
16
4

dr 15X
dr
3X

(t

Broad River Power 7% pref.. 100
27
B'way A 7th Av RR—See N Y Rys
Brockton Gas Light Co vtc—25 d
Bklyn-Manhat Transit-.(no par) d 27
A
Preferred series A;
(no par) xd 74 A
d

30

28
75 A
4A
42

d

66 A

67

d

17X
75A

77

d

8ft first pref
.———(t) d
Cable A Wireless, Ltd
Amer dep rec 7 A % A ord—£1
^

.

Amer dep rec B ord..———£1
Amer deposit rets 5 A % pref £1
Calif-Oregon Pow 7% pref
0% preferred series or 1927.100
0 % preferred
100
Calif Water Serv pref
100
Can Hydro-El Oorp 0% 1st pf 100
Canada Nor

Pow

—

com v t c

753*

38

24

28

20

50

25
60

11A

12 A

Cent Pub Serv (Del)—

Preferred.---—————
Cent A 8 W Util com
—(f) d

5
101

Corp......1

10
55

60

65

70

26

'J!
Tx

—

100

com

14

65

Warrants.....——......
a
0% conv pref...
100i
90 opt conv pref (ser 1929)..(f)
Central States Pow A L 87 pf (t) d
Cent Vermont Pub Ser 80!
"0pf —(t)
Cbes A Poto Tele of Bait pref.100
114
Chic City A Con com part ctfs.(t)
d
Pref partlc ctfs
(no par) d
1
Ctfs of deposit
d
Chic Dist Elec Generat 86 pref (t) d
50
Chicago Rys partic ctfs series 1__
Series 2——Series 3

29

1A
14 A

~ix

ser

B

100

Chris A 10th Sts RR—-See NY Rys
Cincinnati Gas A Electric pref 100
Cincinnati Car Co class B .....(f)
Preferred
Cincinnati Gas

X
4

1A
53
3 A

33*
A

....

81

83

20

Transp
100
Cine New A Gov Lt A Trac__.100
Preferred

n

.100

80




44

1083*
97
91

66

55""
35
40

80
60s
96

90

50c.

•

_

——

20c

393*

35c."
25c.

80c
87

50
'

'

'mm

13*

17

(4)

1A
r

«

...

.....

Elec Power Association
Class A full paid
Elec Power A Lignt

1

135
50

113*
28
25

113*
293*
27

8

3X
83*

73*
1A

2

\r

Ells A Tren RB—See Pub S
El Paso Electric Co (Del)

3X
3

8

Oorp
45
30

Empire District Elec 0% pf
10<
6
Empire Gas A Fuel Co pf 8%. 100
Preferred 7%..—...
...100
"§"
03* % preferred
100
63*
6% preferred
100
8
Empire Power Oorp partlc itk.(
6
86 preferred—_._._...(
22
Empire Pub. Serv. com. A
(
Engineers Pub Serv com
(
"43*
85 conv pref
.(
16
85*4 pref (with warrants)
16
(
80 preferred
16
(f)
Erie Lighting pref
(no var)
Essex A Hudson Gas..
10P
145""
European Elec class A
2%
Debenture rights
Falrm't Pk A Hadd Pass By—See Phila R
Fall River Elec Light
25 d —
Fall River Gas Works......
25 d
303*
Federal LightA Tr com
15 d
53*
—

138

t

Second pref (|7) ser A
86 cum pref
Optional warrants

(t^ d

48

~o>,

40

""""""""oa

45

.

26

A

3*

13*
27

10(j

6%

A Lt.

145
68

——100

7% pref

preferred!..

inn

.

U
6%^preflZIioo

60

/-h

!!!!,Q™lNuortl> DtUltie.
[Hum & Power
Seour

193*

fl%prefl00

65"

100

Inland Pow A
Light 7% p"rVfIIl5o
Interboro R T vot trust
ctfs—inn
internat Hydro-El
Syst A
25 d
Class A warrants.

—

63*
2A

_

«3.50series

11111150

Internat Ocean
Teleg (guar)—I0u
50
Internat Power com
fti dr
Preferred
inn
r
internat Power
Securities com.(t) d
1
"I""
86 preferred
>+) d 37
International Ry v t o_
^loo

41

International
International

oiass b
87 preferred

Teiep A Tefeg"" (t) d
Utilities

(V

A

5X

d

5

3*

ex
warllIIIIIInn d
Warrants new for cl B
stock— d
J
Interstate Power
pref 87
<t)
Iowa Southern
Utfl. 7% pref "lOO
Italian Superpower

IIII

if*

common A

%

Debenture rights
d
.maica Water
Jamaica Wat,«r Hnnnlw
Supply 87 pref_ 50 li
d
Jersey Cent Pow A Lt
7% pref 100

48
67

0% preferred
iiiii
56
53* % preferred
55
IIIIlOO
Kansas City Power A
Light—
1st pref 80 series
IX
B—
106
.(t>
A Kansas City Pub Serv com
(f) d
Preferred
(fid
55"" Kansas E lee Pow 7%
71
pref
100
Kansas Gas A Elec
7% pref—100
713*
~IX Kentucky Utilities, pref
53
100
Keystone Telephone
preference 60 d
Kings Co Ltg 7% pref
88
.100
20
5% preferred
69
l()0
23* Laclede Gas Light
40
...100
3
Preferred
45
—.100
Lake Sup Dist Pow

(i

—1

Oorp

90

45c."

33*
2X
3A

.....

qA

Z1Z1"
25
v t clII
I_~26

~3~"

2

(♦) d

.....

Preferred (86)

40c"

43*

Read's El—See Read'g Trac

preferred

48

253*
153*

_

75

Eastern States Pow Cor
com(B)(t d
87 pref without
warrants...(t) d

preferred

32

27

.

4

Edison Elec Ulum (Boston).. 100
Eighth Ave RR—See N Y Rys
Electrical Securities, 5% pref.100
uu
Electric Bond A Share

d

ft)

Hamilton Gas
common
Hartford Electric
Light
Hartford Gas com

Conv pref

87

d

49
xd 69

Pf-"lQO

Indianapolis Street Ry Co
ludianap Water pref

79

423*

100

d

57"

38
56

(t>

d
d

1st pref.100

179
70

40

(t)

$6 preferred series B...
Eastern Utii Assoc com
Conv stock
East Kootenay Pow Ltd

A

6%SrlSSS °°rp com—

33
(t) d
100 xd 49

.....

.® %

Hackenzack Water.
Preferred

80 preferred

20c

100

Common

com

preferred
m
P'Cwlth com
purch"war)({)
_eorgia Powe-—*—Georgia Power *0
-!preferred—1 (t)
Gold A Stock
Teleg (guar)
100
[guar)—]
Green Mt Pow
Corp 80 pref"" (t)
pref_.

mincUPcr.

403*

92

6% preferred
100
43*% prior preferred—
100
Eastern Mass St Ry com..
iuu X
First, preferred
stamped
100
Preferred B stock..
....100
Adjustment stock.....
100
Eastern Michigan Rys
(t) d
Eastern N J Pow 0% cum
preflOO
East Shore Pub Serv 0*4 %
pf (t) d
Eastern Shore G A El 8% pf_2* d

2?*
30

__

warrants

101

dx 89

d

9/ prd

Hudson County Gas
Idaho Power

105

(t. d
100

com.

Detroit Edison
Duke Power

•50
35
10

7% pref..100

51

Lexington Utilities 04%
pf__iOU
Lincoln Telep A
Teleg com—100
Lone Star Gas Oorp.
(t) d

Preferred
loo
Long Island Lighting com
(t)
7% preferred—...
....100
0% preferred
100
Los Angeles G A E
Corp. pref.100

Louisiana Power A Light
|6 pf (t>
Loulsv Gas A Elec com cl
A_.(f)
Louisville Railway Co
100
Preferred
ioo
Lowell Electric Light
25
Lynn Gas A Elec Co..
26

U,

mm

15""

70

75
60
91
56
15

57

89
d

54

d

14X
X
2
50

3
52

d

92

95
79

Manhattan Elev Ry (N
Y)
100
Modified
guarantee—.....100
Marconi Wirel (Canada)
d
Marconi Wireless
Telegraph Ltd

15

10

100

10H
3*

dep rets for bearer shs
Ma< aet St Ry (San
Francisco).lut
Preferred
100
Prior

A

J*

24
25

30

preferred

Sacond preferred
Mass Power A Light
Common

with

1

3*

A

.100

163*
10?*
1

33*

"13*

100

13f

7X
43*
33*

Asooclat'n—
1

warrants......

Common without warrants
Preferred
.......

1?*

50c.

173*

Warrants..
Mass Utilities Associates
vtc..

23*

*.

123*

Am

26

53*
M*

mm

11?*

,

10

5
"'

d

Mackay Companies pref

103*

82""

d
a

5% conv partlc pref erred...60 d
d

19H

~2~"

"23*

21

23

33

63*
45

70

Purchaser also pays accrued dividend,
d Price per
share,
s Minimum
price established

Ex-dividend,

Tramway

Preferred

Derby Gas A Elec 87 pref

Wks A Elec

Houston Natural
Gas pref
Stock purchase

38
53
53
45

100
96

Dallas Power A Light 7
% pref 100
Cay ton Power A Light 0%preflOO
)enver

6

26 J*

Havana Elec
Ry com"——
1
Preferred
fnn
Haverhill Elec
LIght-.IIIIII.25
Holyoke Water Power

39

50

d

7%

amines

>

Preferred

40?*

Preferred series A 7%.....100
Empire A Bay State Teleg.... 100

116

24»

48

(t

m

85.50 pref

.

(4

14

" (
~(
d

nr

523*

Class B v t c
(f) d
Cons Trac of N J—See P 8
Oorp
Cons Trac (Pittsb)—See
Phila Co
Consumers Gas (Toronto)
100
178
Consumers Pr (Maine) pf
67
0%.1OO
0.0% preferred
75
100
85 preferred
63
(t)
Continental Gas A Elec com..
25
(4)

$0
85

Certificates of deposit..
Prior preferred A
—100

7.2% prior pref

5% preferred series A

East

20""

11

(t)

103

19""

(t>

7% preferred
100
0 % cum pref (without warr)_100

Chicago Rap Tran

40

12

d

100

f7 preferred

82

d

Cent Miss Val Elec Prop
pref. 100
Cent Pk N A E RR—See N Y Rys
Central Pow A Light 7% pref.100

7 prior pref
Central States Elec

3

"6"

0% preferred
1
Central Illinois Light 0%
pf—100
Cent 111 Pub Serv pref—.(no par)
Cent Indiana Power 7% pref.100
Central Maine Paw 0% pref—100

673*

X

100
100
100

E

■

d

60

36
36

Duquosne Gas Oorp com
.(f) d
Duquesne Light—See Phila CoEastern Gas A Fuel Assoc's—

■■

65"

d

7% preferred

18X

A

2X

-ft) dr

com

Preferred..----——.—.100
Capital Trac (Wash, D O)—100
Carolina Pow A Light 87 pref (t)
80 preferred.
.—. —.(t)
Cent Arkan Pub Serv Oorp pf 100
Cent Orosst RR—See N Y Rys
Central Gas A El Co 80 3* pref.(f)
Cent Hud G A E

3X

pref series D

14

63*
33*

(

23*

7

7% prior preferred
100
Jontlnen Pass Ry—See Phila R T
Cuban Telephone com
100
Preferred
100
Cumberland Oo(Me)P A Lt pf 100
Cunningham Nat Gas cl A
—1

—

Bklyn A Queens Transit com.(f)
Preferred
(T)
Brooklyn Union Gas
(no par)
Buff Niagara A East Pow prer.25

1

"33*

i

Edison Elec Oor~""

N

693*
93*

—

.(t)

Bridgeport Gas Light—
Bridgeport Hydraulic Os
Brit Col Pow Oorp A

cum

53*% preferred series

30

X

22

23y

.25

85 preferred
Oonsol Gas Util class A

96

1

Boston Elevated RR com
Brazilian Tr Lt A Pow ord

25

conv

223*

1A
X

,

Consolidated Gas (N Y)
com..(f

(t)

preferred

cum

on

Montreal

not per cent,
or

k Last sale.

Toronto Exchange

■

16
42

95

.' "

100

24

Connecticut Ry A Lighting
100
Preferred
10(
Cons Gas E L A P
(Bait).(no par>

20

65

Blackstone Val Gas A E pref—50
Bleeck 8t A Ful Fy—See N Y Bys
Blue Ridge

12

County .100

pref ser A
86 conv pref ser B
~
Gen Italian

12

35

50

(t)
_(f

Connecticut
Connecticut Power
92

Bell Telephone (Canada)..... 1O0

Birmingham

Ser com
Elec Serv com

17

Jd

100
('
(

86

78

lui

Community Water

....

-.100

Bell Telep of Pa 03*% of

(t)

(Del) com A
Common class B
Preferred class A
7%.—
Preferred class A 8%
"

8

...............(f)

5
5

37?*
38

* B1ec of
Bergen
Gen Gas A
Elec

70

a

23*

3

1

73

100

Firzt preferred 6%

%

100!

Baton Rouge Elec Co 90 pf—f t>
Beauharnois Power A
(t)

Co

Ask

IX

(+(

Gas A

_

66

Oom'wealth Utilities cl
B—(f) d
Community Power A Light—

AssociatedTelpATeleg (80)pref(t)

7% preferred
0% preferred

ioo

7% preferred
100
dumbus Ry PAL 1st
pf A 0%1OC
Preferred ser B 03* %
...100

Com*wealth Pr Oorp 6%
pf—100
Commonwealth A Sou Oorp comt
Optional warrants
80 Pref...

_(t)
-

Bid.

A .(t)
(t)

1?
® Kmc Light—50
Florida Power A ^iec Lfg'ht—.60
Lt 87 pref

100
Columbus Delaware A Marlon

.

—

Par.
com

preferred

Fltchburg

1

conv preferred

Commonwealth-Edison

...—

com

87

23*

50

5%

3
1

warrants
Bub

13

1

2A

I

$8 lnt bear allot ctfs

Option

IX
2A

(t

_.

Associated

——..10
100 k

Stocks.

62

2X
12

t d
.100 s

Si
defaulted bonde

...

Arkan A Mo Pow 7% pref—100
Arkansas Pow A Lt $7 pref-.(t)
Associated Gas A Elec com., (t) d
Common class A
(t)

Original preferred
$4 preferred..-.—
$5 preferred
$0 preferred
103* preferred
$7 preferred

.....

.........

Preferred B
Preferred BB

59

Income and

Federal Water
Service
9bA preferred..

7

OA

Cities Serv Pr A Lt 86
;::v
pf...—(t)
7% preferred
100 k
H-H 1—M
Citizens Gas (Indianap)
com..25 d
10
Preferred
100
45
Citizens' Pass Ry—See Phila R T
69
Citizens Traction—See Phila
Co
M City Pass Ry—See Reading Tr
1A City Ry (Dayton. Ohio)—...100
10
Preferred
100
25
Oleve Elec Ilium common
....(f)
213*
30
0% preferred—.......
100
94
1A Cleveland Railway
—100
IX
Certificates of deposit
2 X
Coast Co Gas A El 1st
pref
100
.68
"d* Oolum G A E) Corp (Del) com (f)
9X
32
0% preferred series A
100
51
1A
5% preferred series B
100

X

..

Ask.

11A

3.3
67

.It)
Appalachian El Pow 7% pref-100
prer.iuu
Appalachian Gas Oorp com
p
(t)
87 conv pref ser A.

bid

88 A

113*
9A

$0 1st preferred

Preferred

2X

"f'and

Par.

20 A

20

.....

marked

..50 d

Olncin A Suburb Bell
Cities Service com..

$0 preferred
(t) d
Amer Superpower Oorp com —(!) d
First $6 preferred....——-(f)

Class A

where

Cincinnati Street Ry

-

a

"and Interest" except

Ask.

Amer Public Service
7% pref-100
Amer States Sec. com A..—
(T) d
Amer States Pub Serv A

x

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

I In London,
n Nominal.
f Without par value

r

Canadian

price.

■

Sale

price.

Par

Stock*.

!

Memphis Pow A Lt. 7% pf.no
Metropolitan Edison Co—

$7 preferred

Middle West Utilities

$6 cum pref without
Midland Utll 7% prior

55

d

3

lien —.10

2

100
class A———100
preferred class A
100

6% prior lien
7 % preferred
6%
Milw. Elec.

37

42

Common non-voting

20

25
85
10

74

Pawtucket Gas

dr 28
d

42

d

(t)

60
d

85
64

1O0

Light com..(t)

39

93

...—100
com—100
-100
Consolidated Oas
100

Nevada-Oallf Electric,
Preferred

A El Assn —.....
preferred stamped
(f)

New Eng Gas

Ins tamped

52"

Pswer. Oo. pref 100
England Pub Serv com.— (tx

preferred
$7 preferred
—
$6 preferred
96 convertible preferred ...
$6 prior pref
New England Telep A Teleg._100
N Eng Wat LAP Asso 6% pf-100
17 prior

19"

16

d

7

16

d

100

7% preferred

Telegraph
25
A Light Oorp $6 pf it)

N Y Power

7%

100

preferred

»7 pref
(t)
Bleecker St A Fulton Ferry.100
B'way A 7th Ave guar
100
Christopher A Tenth Sts
100

N Y Rye Oorp

79"

74

59"

61

73

77

70

d

80
29

25

76"

74

85 K

84

I

1

1

«

1

•

I

»

I

1

1

1

1

1

1

i

1

1

1

99

100
NY A Richmond Gas 6% pref 100
N Y Steam Oo com
(t)
Preferred

72

76"

93

95K

79

89

d
dll2
d

9
"u

18
d
d
d
d
d
d
d

2K

W

w°

52

55

~8K

~7~X
x

100
...100

preferred-7% preferred

6%

Nor Indiana

....

14

preferred
werred

25

-100

27

23
70

...

Northern N Y Utll pref
100
Nsr Ontario Power Oo 6 % pref100
Nor States Power (Del) com.. 100
7% preferred
100
6% preferred
100

46

29
61
51
15

Electric 0% pref..100

20

100
Northwest Bell Telep 0Ks pf-100
Northwestern Teleg (guar)
50
Ohio Bell Telep pref
100
Ohio Edison &6 pref
(t)
Preferred 7%

103

30

55"
67
74

(t>

97 preferred..

pref
...100
Serv pref A (7%) .100

Ohio Power 6%
Ohio Public

6% preferred
Ohio River Edison

7 % pref

Ohio Valley Gas common

45
46

100
.

98 K

;

I Minimum




112

35

38

~5"

d

■

-'m

d

—

d

26

28

50

60

24

27

24

27

A

Lt

Pub

Serv

d

40

(t)

65

18K

20X

85

88

88

14
18

45

25"

22
15

18

65

75

65

75

65

75
49

45

20
47

Twin City

63

47

50

85

25

7X

93

96

99

103

105

Union Gas (Canada)

100
---(t)
Ry (NewBed.Mass).lOU

7% preferred
100

Union St

5X

4*

S3 cumulative preferred
Warrants

107
7

30
16

17 H

|*7

pref series A

b
United Gas A Impt vot

54

United Lt A Pr
Common B

6% cum.

115

com

A

14 X

97

84

,

(f)

United Pub Utll 90 pref

~2X

2K
2X

(+) d
d
(T)

preferred

74
21

hH
89

80

1st pref.

•

73

IK
19X

87

()
(t)

■

United Pub Serv com

96

K

)
pref (nou-vot)

aven_. ( •;
United HI Oo of New Haven

MX

93

cum

49

18K

(t)
(
<")

95

49

46

(t)

58

i

46

(1)

Warrants

15

34 X
110

4K
26K
IK

(t

United Gas Corp com

35

49

5

United Gas A Elec(Conn)pref 100
United Gas A El of NJ 5% pf-100

103

6K

IX

(t

United Corp

60

6K

6K
90

Un El L A Pow (Mo) 0% pf-100

51

4M
10

8X
—

....

d

United Rys A

-

El iBalt) com
50 «
Utah Power A Light—
97 preferred
(to®
Utica Gas A Electric 7% pref 100
Utilities Power A Lt Cl A (no par)
,

98
38

Class B ctfs

42

27 K
59 H
76 ys

43
42

19K
12

3K
18X

-

d

(t)
100
100
60 d

97"

73

76

73

76

98

102

4

9

69

73

—

m

-

44

-

31
25c.

....

25c.

330"
89

72

pf.

Western

Massachusetts Oot-.U) d
Power Corp

100

Telegraph

....

74"

100

Preferred
Western Union

92

2K

7

100

Washington (D O) Gas
20|
Washington Gas A Elec 7% pflOO d
255
Wash (D O) Ry A El com
100
82
Preferred
100
70
Washington Water Pow Os 0%

K

21"

83

2

2

Western

9X

22

80

50 d

Preferred

69

20

(no par)

7% cumul pref
Virginia Elec A Power
90 preferred
Virginia Pub Serv 7% pref
6% preferred
Wash Bait A Annapolis...

12

35

18

100,

West Penn Elec Co Class A., (t) d

18K

32X
38 K
33 K

36

40K

7% cum preferred
100
6% cum pref
100
100
West Penn Power 7% pref...100
80
0% preferred
—100
Winnipeg Elec Co..—-.
(t) dr 2K
Preferred

100 dr

35
101
85

3
7
28-

5

....

26

Wisconsin Power ALlght 0%pflOO

75c
80

80

65

York (Pa) Railways common..50 d
Preferred .................50 d

90"
90

31

29

100

7% preferred

10c

d

100

Wisconsin Pub Ser Oorp7%pf 100
Wisconsin Telep 7% pref
100

80"

(t> d

m.

~

7X

pf-

48

pref.100

6
70

59

-100

20

xd 82

73

67

(t)

Rapid Transit

Preferred

7% pref B—100

48

5K

10 d

Union Elec L A Pow (111) 0%

0% preferred series C .. ...100
0% preferred series D
100
Roch Telep $6>4 pref
.100
Rocky Mtn Motor com A.
25 d
Preferred
100

53

23d Street—See N Y Railways

A*

48

d

22"

43 K
68

—

Preferred

90

105

100
d
(t)
Tennessee E) Pow 1st pf (7%) 100
1st preferred (0%)100
Texas Power A Light 7% pref.100
.100
Third Avenue Ry (N Y)
Toledo-Edison pref A (7%)—100
0% preferred..
ioo
5% preferred
100
d
Trl-State Telep A Teleg
(t)

8% preferred
Tampa Elec Oo

12

(no par)

6

—

Syracuse Ltg 0% preferred—luu
0K% preferred
100

100

14

dr

5
20

15

d

Ry—See Phila Oo
,
s
Swiss American Elec pref
100i

20

10

50
50
100

d

(,,

vtc

22

IX
2X

d

(

csm

23
9

dx 15

(

"

103

28"

25

79K

I

I

II

dividend, d Price per share, not per cent, k Last sale. I In Loudon,
price established on Montreal or Toronto Stock Exchange, (t) Without par

Purchaser also pays accrued

Pow

Class A partlc stock

40

—

K

110

Sub R T St

55

100
100
100

91"

K

(

Standard

4

9

(f)
Sau Joaq L A Pow pf A 7%.—100
7% prior preferred........100
6% prior preferred..
100

c

IX

35

Rochester G

6K

6

70K

87"

(
(

...

Preferred

75

Public Serv. Co. of N.H. $6 pt.(t> d
d

A*E

61

68

d

Class B

30

Preferred series A

Ex-dividend.

30

IX
3K

~vz
57

58

-

preferred

Standard

68

St Louis County Water
Bt Louis Pub Serv

£

99K

29

62

a

A Elec 7 % pf—100
OklaNat Gas Oorp 0K% pf_.100
Oklahoma Gas

4 cum

54

01&B8 ^

Gas Util

90 prior pref..

12

(t;
17
Consolidated Trac sf N J..100
38
89
Rapid Transit St Ry Co...100
145
So Jersey Gas A Elec Trac..100
~2K
92
Pub Serv El A G 95 pref
(t)
11
35
Public 8erv of Ind 07 pref
(t)
17
39
50
90 preferred
27
(t)
(t
7 % prior preferred
30
(t
25
Public Service Oo of Nor 111—(t,
25
54
75
0% preferred
100
67 K
50
7% preferred
100
40
Public Service of Okla 7 % pref 100
35
39
65
6% preferred
100
10
55
Puget Sd Pr A Lt 96 pref
(t)
18
25
95 preferred.
(t)
11K
25
Quebec Power common
(t)
65
106
Queens Borough GasAE10%pflOO
3X
(t)
31K Radio Corp of Amer
18K
cum pref A
50
8K
58"
uv0 cum pref B
(t)
Rap Tran St Ry—See P 8 Corp
70
77
Republic Gas com
(t)
16
Rhine- Westph Elec Pow Amersha d
48
Rhode Isl Pub Serv pref
49
(t) d 20

y

-100

Pub Ser 6% pi.

6
40

63

7% preferred
6% preferred
95 preferred

15

98 K

85X

100
100

8% preferred

5

55

11

Sprlngf (Mass) St Ry Cos pf—100
d
Spring Valley Oo Ltd
20 d
5H
Standard Gas A Elec com (no par i
xd 17
"7 cum prior pref
......(
d
8H

pref_.10G

5% preferred

1
48

d

..

pref. .100

Public Serv Ccrp sf N A

75

Springfield Gas A Elec pref
1 d
Springfield (Mass.) G L Co vtc 25
Free stock
-.25 d

10

Certificates of deposit
Public Serv of Cols 7%

15

dr 70

!§*

~6

15

100

24

dr 13

ill
pref.

preferred

Preferred

30

50

Oorp of Canada com__(t)
Preferred
100
Providence Gas (free stock)

24 X
87

22

d

Telep
100
Gas A El 7% pf.lOO
.(t)
com——(t)
Southwestern Lt A Pr com A—(
Common class B
1.

"4M

Postal Teleg A Cable 7% pf.lOO
Potomac Edison Co 6% pref. 100

5H% preferred

90 K

38K

Porto Rico Telep com

0% preferred

100 d
Utll com

Southwest

25\d
50 d

Power

113

If;i

Preferred

Piedmont A Northern Ry.

20K

24

d

Southwestern

46

Pittsb A Blrm Tr—See Phila Oo
Portland Gai & Coke. 7% pf—100

Potomac Elec Pow 0%

—(f)

North Continent

40

Gray's Fy (925 pd)—50
Philadelphia Traction
50
Ridge Ave Pass (928 pd)
50
2d A 3d Sts Ry guar
50
13th A 15th Sts Pass Ry
50
Union Pass (930 5-6 pd).—50
Union Traction (317K Pd)—50
West Phila Pass guar
50
Preferred

1

t

Grand St Ferry...100
sld
100
Twenty-third St guar
100
NY& Queens El LAP com..(f)
42d St A

preferred
50
Nsrtb Amer Edison $6 pref__(t)
Nsrth Amer Light A Pow.
...(f)
$6 preferred
(t)
Nor Amer Utility Sec—Oom ""
1st preferred
i. ..
it)
Nor Bost Ltg Prop csm

39

45K

City Pass Ry (922 H pd)50
A Darby Pass Ry
50

Phila A Western Ry com

Sixth Avenue

Northwest

X

X

d

6%

Southwestern Bell

Phil A

14

d

$7 preferred ser A
96 dividend pref
(t)
N Y Telephone 0K% pref...100
Niagara A Hudson Pow
10
Option warrants A
Option warrants B——....
Option warrants O
North American Oo com
(t)

60

50

Preferred
Phila

(1/

New

64

Southwark Pass. 50
German town Passenger
50
Green A Coates Sts (915 pd).50
Hestonvllle M A F com.
50
Phila

100

Eighth Avenue

79

Frandf'd A

d

Public Service—

N Y Mutual

Citizens Passenger guar
Continen Pass Ry (929 pd)
Falrm't Pk A Haddlng'n

16

N J A Hud RIv
New Orleans

11

d

20
d

^uru<|
Tr—See P 8 Com.

56

Philadelphia Rapid Transit
7 % preferred
—.50

d

New

76

501
50,"
(t) A

91

22K

d

Southwest Gas Utll com

Southern

62

50 «
50;

30"

w

Water
50
Ry A Fer Dref.100
Jersey Pow A Lt Iff oref(t)

So Jer G El A

50 «

88

New Haven

8
63

6

18K
24 K

Corp——(t)
Eng Telep
100|

6

11
33
28

3

Southern Nat Gas

60

m

-

18

100

7% preferred

50 «
(t) ®

29

100

Preferred
New England

33

50

Monongahela Lt A Pr._
Monongahela St Ry
Philadelphia Elec Oo 95 pref
Phila Elec Power 8% pref

"

d

Assn com

New Eng Pow

30

.

d

O.ass O

40

Duquesne Light 5% 1st pf.lOO!
Federal St A Pleasant Val_—25 d

d

d

Class B

New

28

25

72

1

(t)

95 preferred
6% cum preferred
96 cum pref
Allegheny Traction..
Citizens Traction
Consolidated Trac pref

97
d

69

—

d

(t)
Preferred
100
Southern Col Pow com A
-26
Preferred
—100
South A Atlan Teleg (guar)....25
Southern Indiana G A E 0%pf 100

10

m

d

.2

pref

Sou Calif Gas Co 0%

37

People's G L A O

IK

A—....100

23

Southern Canada Power

8

95 preferred
(t),®
Pennsylvania Water A Pow._(t)
(Ohic)
1001
Peoples Light A Pow com A—(t) d
Philadelphia Co com
(t) «

96

47'

(t)

42

28

d

.........

80

Gas A Elec Oorp 97 pref (t)

$6 Dreferred

......

94

Gas A El. 100
pref
100

Penna Gas A Elec Co

....

70
105

xd 101

100

2X

J**
68

Participating class A stock, (f)
7% pref. 100
Pennsylvania Pow A Lt 97 pf- (t)

28

83"

7% preferred series
Nebraska Power, pref

New

Penna

d

common.._2fi
5K% preferred series O
25
0% preferred series B
25
7 % preferred series A
- -25
8ou Calif Gas Corp 96 K pref—(t

K

(l

Warrants B

4

—..

Warrants..

d

—

d

-(t)
(t)

'

48
58

;

Lt.100
com.-(t)

Participating preferred
33

...

.(t)
100

Warrants

80

dr

Lt

South Calif Edison

(t)
Preferred
100
Penn Central Lt APow95 pref(t>
Penn-Oblo Edison 7% pr pf—100

11

53

74 K
7

Preferred (97)

10

Peninsular Telep Oo com
9

A

Pr

v.

8X
43

Somerset Un A Middlesex

"9K

30

33
dk

Shawinlgan Water A Power —(ti
Sioux City Gas A El 7% pf-100
pref
..100

88

8

21

Sierra Pac Elec

26

7

d

Co—

Public Service

Southeastern

d

Paterson A Passaic

71

Nat Public

Newark

d

100

pref

66

100
..100

preferred
Service Oorp—

$6

19X
25X
86X

....

7
70

d

21X
24 K
20>*

23

d

Pacific Pub Service1st preferred
Pacific Telep A Teleg—
Preferred

80

100

National Power A

d

d

Preferred
Pacific Pow A Lt 7%

Power. com.(t)

Tel A Tel
Nassau A Suffolk 7% pref
National Elec Pow cl A
7% preferred

xd 20 X

-

59

Second

7% Preferred
Mountain States

preferred

42"

lstprf(f)

Mountain States

Prior

50

7% pref100
Minnesota Pow A Lt 7% pf—100
$6 cum preferred
100
Miss Power A Light 6 % pref
Mississippi Riv Pow pref
100
Missouri Pub Ser 7% pref
100

7

d

38

100

98

93.25 conv pref with warr—(t)
96 preferred
(1
Becond Ave RR Oorp (N Y)—

5
10

r

preferred (6 K %)
25
Lighting Oorp com...It)
Preferred (96)
(t)
Pac Northwect Pub Serv...— t)

56

Seaboard

IK

r

Pacific

37"

1892-1897--100

6% preferred
Scranton Electric 96

r

First

4

2K
2K

50

6% pref. series
Milwaukee Gas Light

preferred
(f)
Monongahela L A P—See PhilaOo
Monongahela St Ry—See PhUaOo
Monon-West Penn P 8 7% pf-25
Montreal L H A Pow. CJons.(t)
Montreal Telegraph
40
Montreal Tramways, com
100

v

1

^

Mohawk-Hudson Power

,

1

Light—
pref. series 1921
100
Ry. A

Railway

Bridge pref

A Psw
100
Preferred
—100
65
Ottawa Traction
100
60
Pacific A Atlantic Tel (gu)
25
Pacific Gas A Electric
...25
First preferred (6%)
25
4X

war—1)

tut

&

itk—100
100
pref
(t)

Savannah El A Psw deb

Ottawa Light Heat

I
()

.

Omaha A Council Bluffs

3k
86 k

(t)

B

series B
O

J0preferred aeries

3X
82K

•

par

Ask.

Bid.

Par

Stocks.

Ask.

Bid.

Par

Stooka.

Ask.

Bid.

Natural Gas

Memphis

6%

STOCKS

PUBLIC UTILITY

82

I

1

n Nominal, r Canadian price, s Sale prici
value.

Under the heading "Industrial
and
under the previous two

Miscellaneous Securities"

include all issues

we

which do not
headings, namely "Railroads (Steam)"and
appear
"Public Utilities."
In the case of
aver, we put "Textile
stocks, howManufacturing," "Insurance," "Mining," "Real Estate
and Land," "Title
Safe Deposit
Companies" under separate
Guarantee and
heads, then follow with the rest of the
"Industrial and
BOTIOI.—AU bond pries! srs
Miscellaneous.!!
"and Interest*' except
whsrs
marked "t" and Inooms
and defaulted bonds.

Bondi.

Bid.

A$k.

Bonds.

INDUSTRIAL AND

■ISOBLLANEOUS BONDS.
AbbottB Dairies deb 6s 1942-MAS
Abltibi Pow & Paper—

81

1st M 6s 1953 ser A
JAD
Abraham A Straus Ino—
■.
'
Deb5%e 1943 with warr~AAO
cadia
Acadia Sugar 5s 1946
Adams Exp coll tr g 4s '48.MAS
Ooll tr g 4s 1947
—JAD
Alax Rubber s f 8s 1936
JAD

11%

13%

80%

82

51%

55%

50

54

2

5

Alabama Oons Goal A Iron—
1st

Botany Oonsol Mills

71

coos M

6s 1933
MAN.
Alabama Mills 1st 6%s *43 A AAO,/
Albany Perf Wrapping Oorp—
1st M coll tr 6s 1948
AAO

"8

31%
67%

Alberta Pacific Grain 6s, 1946
,
Algoma Steel 1st 6s 1962
AAO!/

32%

"8"

6

AlSed

Packers deb 6s 1939—JAJ'
1st M A coll tr 8s 1939
JAJ

AlUa-Ohalmers Mfg Oe—

1st

67

f 7s 1966
MAS
Aluminum Go debs 5s 1952-MAS
Aluminum Ltd a f debt 5s '48-JAJ

56

85%
54%

lata f 7s 1937--.

Amer Aggregates Oorp—
Deb 6s 43 ser A with war.FAA
Without warrants
American Beet Sugar Go
Oonv

s

f deb 6s

FA A
Amer Ohaln deb 6s 1933—AAO
Amer A Continental 5s 1943
Amer Oyanamld deb 5s 1942-A AO

71

79%

35%
52

27%

30

82

81%

104%
98

48
34

53"

22%

JAJ

30%

35

Deb 7s 1945
MAN
Armour A Go of Delaware—
1st M 5%s 1943 ser A
JAJ
Armour A Go—Real estate 1st
gold 4%s 1939 opt
JAD

3

73%

SS*
35

Armstrong Cork

deb 5s 1940-JAD
Wks 6s 1941—AAO

Arnold Print
Associated Oil 0% notes '35-MAS
Associated Rayon 5s 1950
Associated Simmons Hardw Cos!

75
80
45

102%
34%

71

36'

JAJ,*/s

Atl Gulf A W Indies S8 Lines—
Coll tr g 5s Jan 1 1959
—JAJ

36%

42

98

99%

75

Atlantic Refln deb 6s 1937—JAJ
Atlantic Steel 1st s f 6s 1941.JAJ

80

Corp—

Oonv deb 5%s 1943
Autocar Go. 1st 7s 1937
Balaban A Katx Oorp—

5%% notes 1933
notes 1934-38

5%% notes
1st g 5s 1940

£29%

MAN

70

MAN

60

63

MAN
Works—

27

30

1933—M&S
MAN

55

5%%

Baldwin Locomotive

3-yr

MAN k

Batavlan Petrol 4%sgu 1942 JAJ
Bates Valve Bag Oorp—
Deb s f 0s 1942
FAA
Without warrants

82

86

92

94%

61

64

JAJ

7

10
8

MAN

5
94

Bayway Terminal—
1st

m 0%s 1946
Certificates of deposit
Beacon Oil deb 6s 1936

A (J

Beld'g-Hem'way0%
Beneficial Indus

6s

"44—JAD

uotes '30

Loan

JAJ

64

87%

95

Oorp—

Oonv deb 0s 1940
MAS
Betb'm St 1st 1 A ref 5« "42.MAN
Purch money 5s 1930
JAJ
Purcb money 0s 1998 Q-Feb.-.
Penn-Mary Steel 6s 1937-JAJ

85

72
81%

100%

87
79%
82

102

80

*Baals. /This

Stock

Exchanges.

price includes accrued Interest
(Canadian price
*




79"
28%

83%

n —

64

8Z*
88

97%

28%
60

32
28

32

50

37

38

20%

21

J®-}

97

99

97

99

5%s 1949---FAA
Commera-und Prlvat-Bk(Germiy)

101

■

Conv deb

5 % %notes*37 (Am part ctf) M AN
Commonwealth Subsidiary Oorp

102

55%

57

A-MAS

62%

Osmputlng-Tabulatlng-Rec Co.

64

94

0%% notes April 15> 1930-AAO

50
10

36-JAJ k

30

1941—JAD;fc

5
90

Oonsol Tobacco 4s 1951——
Csnsol Coal 4%s
J934 opt--MAN
1st A ref s f g 6s 1950—--J AD
Consumers Co lat Gs 1940—-JAJ
Container Corp 1st 0s 40-JAD 15
Deb 5s 1943 with warr--JAD
Continental Oil Co—
M.N
Deb 5%s 1937—-------MAN
Continental Boll A 8teel Fdy
1st M conv s f 6s 1940—JAD
Corn Prod Ref 1st g 5s1934-MAN

Corporation Securities Oo—
6% serial notes 1933——MAS
5% serial notes 1934
MAS
6% serial notes 1935-—-MAS
Oosgrove Meehan Csal 0H- 1964Crane Co 5% notes 1940---FAA
Credit Alliance Oorp—
Deb 5%s 1938 with warr-M&N
Crowley. Mllner A Co—
Deb b f 5%e
^937—-----MAN
Grown Cork A IBeal Ov. In°—
20-year sink fund 0s 1947—JAD
Crown WUlamet Pap 0s 51-JAJ
Crown Zellerbach Oorp—

I In

London.

by maturity.

n

12%
11

19%
36

m conv s

f 6s

1939

f 0s

1948

39
26%

94

40%
27

6

FAA
Oorp—

A

ser

76

37

JAJ|*/

Fairbanks Morse A Os—

s

30

20-year deb 6%s 1948
Farmers Nat Mtge Inst 7s'
Karmers

47

48

AAO

45
30

47

36

23%

27

81%

16
4
86

A&O
3AAO

Mfg Go 7s 194M
_M*8 /
14
Federal Sugar Ref 6s
1933—MAN */
2
Kederated Metalw h f 7s '39
JAD

s

f deb 7a

1940

JAJ

95

Residential Mtge Bank
sinking fund 6s 196l_M&S
Firestone Cotton Mills 5s '48M
AS

95%

45

48%

Finland

68

Firestone Tire A
Rub(Oan)7s 1937
Firestone Tire A Rub of
Calif—
8 f.5s 1942

100%

Kunu < *».

1st »8

Certificates of deposit
5%% no.es 1931---Certificates of deposit

.MAS

6s 1949

AJAD

ser

9

7%s 1942
JAJ
Francisco Sug 7%b
1942.MAN15
AAO

56

4
33

Fox Film Corp deb
0« 1930AAAO /
Framerlcan Ind A Dev
Corp—

Fraser Go deh 0 %s
1942.
1st 6s series A 1950

II*
45"

53

6%s 1939--JAJ */
Foreign Power Secur Corp—
conv

76

53%

.

♦/ 52
♦/ 48
*/ 44%

-

Flour Mills of America IncOonv g fi%% notes
1946.AAO
Foltis Fisher Inc
1st col tr

101%

60

MAS

First Bohemian—See Boh
G1 Wks

97

13
•

12

98%
17

2

„

JAJ /

9

w

18

103%
57

60%
81%

7.50%

8.50%
8.50%

7.50%
100

Gen

8

13

101%

103%

%
%

1
1
1

r

29

73

--

.

k Last Sale.

3%

6% conv coll notes 1932
JAJ
9
French Nat Mail SS Lines
0s '62
Frtck-Reld Supply 0a 1943
JAD
Gannett Co deb 6i '43 aer
A.FAA.
77
Garlock Pack Co deb 0«
'39-AAO k 72%
Geksenkirchen Mining Co—
0-yT 6% notes 1934
MAS
60
15
General American Investors Inc—
Deb 5a 1952 ex warr
FAA
76
General Amer Tank Oar
Oorp—
Equips % si 9^3-1934
-MAN b
9.50
Equip 4%s 1942
FAA b 10 50
Eq tr 4%t- 1932-46
JAD b 10.50
16* Gen Amer Transports System—
Eq tr 4%a 1932-*40 (yr)..MA8
9.50
20
Gen Baking deb 5
%s 1940.. AAO
39
General Bronxe deb 6s
1940MAN
22
General Cable Oorp—
lit mtge s f 5%a 1947 aer A-JAJ
95
Gen'l Elec 3%s 1942
opt—FA*

Consolidated

Oonsol^Iach Tool 7s 1942—JAD
Oonsol Publishers. Inc—
1 n-year colltr 6%s 1936---JAJ

14
7

69%

50

Deb

Sinking fund gold 9s 1941-JAJ
107%
Connecticut Coke 5s 1948—MAS
91
Oonsol Agrlc Loan 0%s 1958
See Ger A Comdiks (For
Govts)
Consolidated Investment Corp
of Canada 4 %s 1959
f 19%

Negotiability impaired

12
65

Everlastlk. Inc 1st 7s
1937-MAN|
Fabrics
Finishing Oorp—

—

JAJ

7 %s coll notes stamped
Consul Textile 1st 8b

45
45

82%

7% notes 1931
JAD/
Empire Oil A Refg Co—
1st A col tr
5%s 1942—AAO
Ernesto Breda 7s 1954 w w
FAA
European Mtge A Invest—
1st 1 7%s 1950 ser A
MAN k
1st 1 7 %s 1960 ser B
FAA /
1st 1 7s 1967 ser O
MAS */

9
10

95"

90

52
5

20
8

82

29

FAA /
FAA /

1948

73
6
67

10
7

20

MAN

ser

73

65%
78 %

100

Flak

1941----

Certificates of deposit-7% notes w w 1936—-—JAJ
Certificates of deposit———

5%s 1948

A

82

42

99

Flat

35%
25%
37%

Col Fuel A Iron s f 5s 1943—FAA
Colo Indus 1st 5s A A B 1934 FAA

Deb g

80
42

49

1st

Bit Coal 4s 1940—JAJ
Small series B——
Colon Oil deb 0b 1938.
-JAJ

Coll tr s f 6%s 1935—
Oomm'l Invest Trust Corp

series

Sink fund deb 5s 1942
Famous Flayers Canada

67

96'

101

Donner Steel 7s 1942
JAJ
Dow Chemical
0% notes'40-FAA
Driver Harris Co—
1st mtge sink fund
0s 1942. JAD

1st

Chicago Stock Yards 5s 1961-----

Deb 0s 1940 with ware--M&S
Crucible Steel Co deb 5s 40-MAN k

_

61

67%

-----

60

71"

27%

8%

96

Eastern Cuba Sug
7%s '37 MAS *

80

Oblc Pneumatic Tool Co—
Deb s f 5%s 1942-------AAO

Oomm'l Or«llt 6s 1934

2%

•

86

71
70
88

1st 8s 1941—MAN
Certain-teed Prod Oorp—
Dehen s 1 5%s 1948
MAS

88

7%

1931-JAD1/

1953 with warr—JAD

1st mure 6.

55

24

85

Without warrants--Caterpillar Tractor 6s 1935-.--.Central Foundry 0s 1931—-FAA

2%
100%

Eastern Steel 5s 1931
Ctfs..FAA /
Elk Horn Coal
lst0%s

14%

54%
71

22

Oemmander-Larabee Cerp—

37

45
37

Amoskeag Mfg 6s 1948——.JAJ
Anglo-Chilean Cons Nitrate-

12

52

Canadian Nat Steamships—
25-yr guar 5s 1955
Capital Admin Oorp—

——-

55

55

69%

1943
-.-AAO
Chile Copper Co deb 5s 1947. JAJ

96%

6s

45%

45

Clearfield

97
50

Donnacona Paper—
1st s f 5%a 1948
sor A

44%

Ob lids Co deb 5»

21%
19%

Deb gold 0s 1939
MAN
Deb gold 0s 1940
AAO
Amer Wire Fabrics 1st 7s '42MAS
Amer Writ Paper s f 7-0s *39.JAJ

C

82%

90
90

£■' 1

Oonveol 6s 1947----MAN 15
Chic Jet coll tr ref g 4s 40--AAO
Coll trust ref 6s 1940
AAO

36
54

104

67

Oamaguey Sugar 7s 1942 AAO 15
Certificates of deposit————

Deb 5s

40

82%

56*
92% Chesapeake Oorp—

52

!

31

18
32

37

2

99

Farm Lnsf 0s Oct
15*00 AAO 16
Dodge Bros deb 0s 1940
MAN
Dodge Mfg 1st 7s
1942
JAJ /
Dold (Jac) Pack
1st 0s '42-MAN
Dominion Canners 1st 0s
'40 AAO
Domin Coal 6s '40
op '10—MAN
Dominion Glass 0s 1933
JAD2
Dominion Tar A
Chemical Co—
Deb s f 6s 1949 ser
A
JA-T 2
6s series B
1949
JAJ
Dominion Textile 0s
1949

53

17%

A*

87%

Stamped (Mar '33 coup
on) '35
Deutscne Rentenbank—

50
50

°WS liST* 1934-J&D
0hfflSfdT1942r°n.7-.--j&j

66

91%

Am Tobacco deb 4s 1951--FAA
Amer Type Fdrs deb g 6s "37-MAN

Beecb Greek

70%

64

Amer Sugar Refg 6s 1937
JAi
Amer Thread 1st 5%s 1938-MAN1

f

Bid.

MA8

47
90

18%
17

Central Steel

68

Amer Smelt A Ref 5s 1947--AAO
Amer Solvents A Ohem Corp—
S f deh 6%s 1936 with warMAS

Atlas Plywood

72

102

Sinking fund deb 5s 1948—JAJ
4%% notes 1933
MAN
Amer Seating conv 6s 1930.-JAJ
Amer Service deb 6%a 1934.-JAJ

—

78%
56%

56%

American Piano 6s 1935
Amer Radiator deb 4%s '47 MAN
American Rolling Mill—

0%% gold notes 1933—

11*

77

5%% g notes Apr 1 1934-AAO
American Meter 6a 1946....—.

39

-

66"

Am Mach A Fdy s f 6s 1939. AAO
American Metal Go Ltd—

Certificates of deposit

Oan Oement 1st
6%s 1947-MAN
Canada SS L deb 6s 43-FAA16
1st A gen m 6s 1941 ser A-AAO
Oanad Oons Rub 0s
J940—AAO
Canadian Cottons 5s 1940—JAJ2
Canadian Internal Paper—
1st M 0s 1949
JAJ

20

34

Amer Ice Go deb 5a 1953
JAD
Amer IG Ohem Oorp—
Oonv deb 5 %s 1949
MAN
Amer International Oorp—
Osnv 5%s 1949
JAJ

1st 0s 1947

20

56

10

1935

Certificates of deposit

86

10

AAO

86%

83

Amalgamated Sugar Go—

5
5

Oons deb 6s 1940
Oallf Pet deb 5%s 1938
MAN
Oonv ■ f deb 5a1939-..—- FAA

70

s

81

95

Bridgeport Brass—

Bush Term 1st 4s
1962-—-AAO
Oons g 6s Jan
1955-——--JAJ
Bush Term Bldgs 1st
5s 60-AAO

Bonds.
Cuba Cane Products—
Deb 6s 1950
-JAJ *
Oudahy Pack s f 6s 1940
JAD
Sink fund deb g
5%s 1937 AAO
De Bardeleben
Coal Corp—
1st mtge 6s
1953
JAD /
Denver Un StkYds 5s
1940—JAJ
Deutsche Bank
(Berlin)—
0% notes (Am part ctfs)

85

By-Products Ooke Oorp—
1st M 6%s 1945 ser A
MAN
California Packing Oorp—

30%
30

Deb gold 6s 1937
MAN
Alpine Montan Steel Oorp—

74
92

6 %s '34 AAO f

Burmelster A Wain
(Copenhagen)
15-yr s f extl 6s 1940——-JAJ

Aik.

63

Oonv deb 6%s 1939——J&D
Brown Go 1st
6%s 1940
AAO
1st 5%a 1950 ser B
—MAS

84
4

Bid.

Bohemian (First) Glass Works—
1st 7s 1957
without warr„JAJ k
Borden Mills 1st sf 6s—
Ext at 6 % % to 1934
FAA
Boston Store (Ohlc) 6s
1938---—
Boston Term Go
3%s 1947-FAA k

4%
65%

8

67

s

f

6s

1948

10

MAN

26

General Indua Alcohol—
Oonv deb 6
General

%■ 1944——MAN

Laundry Mach'y Oorp—

Deb 6%a 193
Certificates of deposit
General Motors

*/

-

—

Acceptance Oorp

6% serial notes
6% serial notes
5%ser!al notes
Gen Petrol 1st 5s

70%

85%

Elec (Germany)7s'45-JAJ15
Deb 0%s 1940
-.JAD

Deb

1934—
MAS I k 100%
1935-..-—MAS
100
1930MAS k 101%
Aug 16 1640
102
--

102

102%

86

55

57%

37

37%

33

Nominal,

s

Minimum price established

on

Montreal

or

Toronto

MISCELLANEOUS BONDS

INDUSTRIAL &

84

"and Intsrost" uoipt whsrs

HOTIOB.—All bond prlosi art

Gen Rayon

deb 6s 1948 w

47

Lane Bryant Ino—
6 fdeb 6s 1940 with

73

75*

37

40

99*
47*

Lawrence Portland
Deb g 5*s 1942

79
60

65

87*
51

62*

63

34

34*

72*

74
78

T"

7*

60

70
98

Mansfield Miu&Muielt 7s
Without w.-irrants

40

45*

90""

94

46

50

21*
19*

16"

15

35

38

F&A
F&A

42

42

43

80

29""

28*

98*

Mlag Mill Mach'y

65

102*

102*

1937-_-A&O
Bank—

25

26
45

7% gold notew 1936
Minnesota & Ontario Paper

48

49

1st 68 series A

48

49

1st 68 series

89""

98

99*

Monnn

37*

39

38

43

84

92

"9"

38*

41*

52

53
9
11

11

10*
31

1st s f 5« 1956
National Tea 5s 1935

43

44

43

44

10*

11

9*

Nat Union Mtge 6s

Paper—

78

23

f 5*8 1946 ser B.M&N
Investment Co of Amer—
k
Deb g 5s 1947 with warr..A&O
k
Without warrants
1st M s

Isetta-Fraschlnl 7s 1942—
Without warrants

Jefferson & Clearfield Coal A Iron
Indiana Co 1st s f 5s 1960-JAJ

St 5s '89.MAN

6*s 1937—

Karstadt (Rudolph) Inc—
1st 6s 1943 with Am shs.MAN
Kaufman Dept Stores Sec Corp—
Coltr 5* % notesJulyl5'43 F&A
Baltb (B P) Corp 6s 1946 -M&8
Kelly Springfield Tire 6s *42.A&O
Kendall Co 5
1948
Kentucky Rock Asphalt—
8 f0*s 1936
J&D
Keystone St & Wire 8s 1941 AAO

Kimberly-Clark Corp—
1st mtge 5s 1943 ser A
JAJ
Kinney (GR) Oo 7*s 1936.JAD
Klrby Lumber 6s 1938 ...J&J16
Koholyt Corp 0*s 1943
Hoppers Gas A Coke CoDeb s f 5s 1947
J&D
1 f deb 5*8 1950
j&j
Kresge Foundation 6a 1936. J&D
Kresge (8 8) 1st 5s 1945
J&D
Ctfs of

.

deoosftR

b Basis,

k

65

74




70

60
45

49"

18*

22

New York Trap
1st M ■

North
40

35

38

40

60
53

95"

65

Procter &

40

7s
1946
A&O
Provincial Bank of Westphalia

9

82

19*
8*
38*
22

21*

Certificates of deposit

101

Gainole 4 *81947

73*

64*
80*

10-yr 6*% • f notes '87..F&A
10-yr s f 5*% notes '40—M&8
Purity Bakeries 5s 1948
-J&-1

22

64

Pure Oil Oo—

80

41*

6s 1933-...
PrudenceCo guar coll5*s'61M&N
Prudential Refg 1st 0*a '43.J&D
Public Service Subsidiary Corp
deb 5*s

75

70

68

7

6

46*

57

29

30

83

88

63

70

60

65

59

63

Without

60

77
68

60

67

64
90

95

65

61

46*
9%
9%

11%
11%

1949

45

J&J

70

66*
61*
98

5

65""
47*
63*

warrants

Republic Motor Truck Oe, Inc—
Deb 6*8 1937 with war—J&J
Revere Copper & Brass—
1st Inc 6a July *48 ser A..M&
Reynolds Invest 5s 1948
Rhelneibe
Union 7s
1946
J&i
Rhlnelander Paper 5*s '37.M&S
Kuine- Main-Danube 7s 1950 M&S
Richfield Oil of California
*/
Col tr 6b 1944 ser A
M&N
Ctfs of deposit

1st a f 7s '55 F&A
Riordon Pulp & Paper Ltd—
1st 6s June 30 1942
J&D80
Roch & Pitts O & I 5e '40..M&N
Rocky Mtn Fuel 5s 1943
——

RIma Steel Conp
12

13

36*

36*

10.50

....

4.85%
4.85%

Repub Gas Co (formerly Baxet Co- kf 14*
1st lien coll 6s 1945—J&D16
kf 16
Certificates of deposit..
55*
Republic Iron & St'l 5s 1940 A&O
31*
Ref & gen 5*s '53 ser A..J&J

60

70

series A

25

90

Quaker City Tank Line 5*s 1933
Kadio-Keith-Orpheum Corp—
Part pd ctfs (for 0% deb and
common stock) 65% paid...
8*
Debenture gold 6s 1941—J&D
Railway Express Agency Inc
b
5.25
Serial 5s '32-'38
(s-a)—_M&8 b
5.25
Series 5e '39-'49 (s-a)
M&8
Reliance Bronse & Steel Corp—
*/
2
S f conv deb 8s 1944
A&O k
55*
Reliance Mgt Corp5s 1954—F&A
64*
Remington Arms 6s 1937...M&N
Remington Rand. Inc—
45
Deb 5*s 1947 with warr.M&N

25

Refrigerator Line
Eq tr 5s 1933-1939 (»-a)_M&N
North*n Elec Co Ltd 5s '39. J&D

52

'

Protestant Church of Germany—

18

J&D

North Western

75

43

80

87

Equip 5s 1932-1943 (s-a)_.J&D
Eq tr 5s '32-45 (s-a).._M&N15
North Amer Cement Corp—
Deb 6*8 A with warr '40-M&8
North German Lloyd—
20-yr sf0s 1947
M&N

48

32

95

74*

Amer

46

35*

1942

103

Rock Corp—

f 6a 1940
Oar—

0s

18

„

60

-J&J
Potrero Sugar 7s 1947..M&N15
Pressed Steel Car 6s 1933
J&J
Pri^e Ri*o» & Co let 6b *43 A.F&A

*22

fended at 5% to 1943--J&J
N Y Shlpbldg 1st 5b Not 1 '40—.

103

55

F&A
F&A

80

!/

67

Tobacco—

53

Hoboken Ferry 5s 1946.-M&N
N Y & N J Ferry—5b *40
J&J
NYL5&WO & RR—
1st 6s ext 5*% 1942—M&N
N Y L E & W D & I 1st 6s *13.

64*

f
/

69""
35

37*

41*

51*

59*

23

26

37

39*

65

53*

55*

23*
21*
37

25

65

75

60

75

25

11

8.50%

88

44

37

42

39

41

75

76

77

78

41*

46

78
66

85

f This price Includes accrued

ftpdVorsnto Stock Exehanges.

26*

24

1st M 6s 1953 series B
Porto Rican Amer

78

1938
A&O
N Y Evening Journal—
1st m & coll tr 6*s 1933—J&D
1st m & coll tr 6 (s 1934—J&D
1st m & coll tr 6 (s 1935—J&D
J&D
1st m & coll tr 6 (s 1936
1st m & coll tr 6 (a 1937—J&D
N Y & Foreign Investing Corp—
Deb 5*s 1948 with warr_J&D
N Y & Hob Fy 5s May '46.-J&D

45

43*

1st 6s 1953 ser A

7

55

7

1946

Newberry (J J) 5*s 1940-..A&O
New Eng Sou Mills 7s 1933 —-...
N Y Dock Oo—1st g 4s '61-F&A

56
80

53

JAJ

1951 qp-.AAO
International Securities Corp—
Deb g 5s 1947
JAD
Interstate Iron A Steel Co— *
1st s f 5Hs series A 1946—M&N

3

16

A&O
M&N

40

Dock—

20*

Serial 5% notes

Internat Salt g 5s

Port Arthur Canal &

78

National Steel Corp—

30

i

coll trust 6s 1941—AAO
Internationa Paper—
1st & ref s f 5s 1947 ser A
.J&j
1st A ref s f 5s ser B 1947- J&J
itef mtge 6s 1966 ser A
MAS

7

Murray Body 1st 6*s 1934-J&D
Co.
Namm (A I) & Son—See Mfrs Tr
63
Nassau (Ger) Landbank 6*s 1938

.

1st M

3

94*

Nat Food Products 6s 1944

84

Poor & Oo 6s 1939

101*

National Fire Proofing Oo—
Deb s f 5*s 1947
M&8

9

7

Conv

1940-

60

J&J

1st gold 5s 1957 op

7

3

50

,Nat Acme Oo 1st 6s 1942...J&D
jNat Dairy Prod 5*s 1948—F&A

8
9

stamped ext to 1942..MAN
International Cement—
Conv deb 58 1948
MAN
International Match Corp-—
\f.
Deb s f 6s 1947.. ..MAN,.
Certificates of deposit
1/
Conv deb 6s 1941
JAJ16 f
Certificates of deposit
jf

6s

99*

Consol Collieries—

3

Ry.

....

33*

;

Jones A Laughlln

Pocahontas

35

Deb

15

\Y

14

95

F&A
Pittsburgh-Westmoreland Coal
1st s f g 5s 1947 opt
M&N

30

9

Mtge-Bond Oo 4s ser
Munson Steamship Line—
Secured 6s 1937..
J&.l
Deb 6*s 1937 with warr.—
Murphy (G O) Co-

70

Internat Agricultural Corp—
1st A coil tr a t gold 5s 1932

Mercantile Marine—

M&S

67*
3*
2*

J&»"

Pitts Steel 8 f 6s 1948

85

20

'39.J&J
2 '66.A&0

9

36""
84

Morris & Oo 1st s f 4*s

73*

72*
42

'»»al—Chic In<1 & L

With warrants

20

65"

<

55

34*

Pillsbury Flour Mills 8s 1943 A&O
Pirelli Co of Italy con7<*52M&N
I'lttsb Brewing 0s Feb 4 '49—J&J
Pittsburgh Ooal Co—
Sinking fund deb 6s 1949.F&A
Pittsburgh Screw & Bolt Corp—
Deb s f g 5*s 1947
J&D

24

70*

Mining 6s 1947
Monsanto Chemical Works—
1st s f 5*s 1942
M&N
Montecatinl
(Socleta
Gen
Ind
Mlnerarla. Italy)deb 7s'37 J&J

11

/

22

A&O

75

Co—

Sink fund deb 5*s 1939..

36

70

Pickering Lumber 6s A '46—M&N
Pierce Butler & Pierce 0*s 42—
Pine Hill Collieries 1st 6s 1942—

84

Oo—

5-yr 6% notes 1931

26

35

Monroe Coal

m

Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp—
1st M s f 0s 1952.
J&J
Penn Greyhound Lines, Inc—
5*% notes 1913 1935
A&O
Phil a & Read O & I 5s 1973. J&l
Conv deb 0s
1949
M&8

27

A&O
J&J f
...M&N

1945
B1948..
6s series O 1950

86

39

26*

k

7*

40""

i93t»— J&U

Transportation Oo—

Phillips Petroleum

Conv s f 5s

1st

50

35

45

1936
.M&P
Miller & Lux Inc 1st M 6s*45 A&O

39*

J&J \f

Hangarlan-ltallan Bank Ltd—
Sinking fund 7*s 1963—A&O
Hygrade Food Products Corp.
1st A ref 6s Jan '49 A
AAO
6s 1949 series B
J&J
Ice Sec 6*8. 1939
Ideal Cement Co deb 5s '43-JAJ
Illinois Steel deb 4 *s 1940..AAO
llseder Steel mtge 6s 1948
FA A
Independent Brewing 6s '55 JAJ

Journal of Commerce

1st 7s 1950_.

Petrol 6*s 1945..
Mldvale Steel & Ordnance—

Middle States

57

38

Metropolitan Chain Properties—
1st conv. s f 6s 1948
.M&N
Metropolitan Wat Sew & Drain—
Board s f 5*s 1950
A&O

6*

10*
..A&O
57*
M&N
Peabody Ooal Oo (Consol Oo) —
30
1st • f 5s 1953 ser A
M&N
79
Penn Mary Coal 5s 1939
Penn Mary Steel—See Beth Steel
Pennsylvania-Dixie Cement Corp
k
38
1st ra s f 6s 1941 ser A.M&Slfi
Penn Dock & Warehouse Oo.
*/ 34*
L'bold s f 6s 1949 w w
F&A
W4*
Certificates of deposit

83

30

20-yr conv deb 5*s I960.M&N
Mead (The )Oorp—
let M 6s 1945 with warr-.M&N
Merchants Refrig 6s 1937

37

15

6

Path Ex deb 7a '37 with war

53""

8*
22*

32""

10

S f conv deb 6s 1944

6*
4*

40

1917
...A&O
Massey-Harria C«>
1917.. A&O
McCampbell & Co—
6*% notes 1937
J&D
McOord Rail & Mrg—
Deb 6s 1943 with watr
F&A
McCrory Stores 6*s 1941.J&DI1S
McKesson & Bobbins Ino—

48

33

Parmelee

5

81

lat mtge s f Hs

8

Park & Tliford s f 0b

45

—"""

31

'

92

6

3

31

—

50

Marlon Steam Shovel—

4

30
110

4

Manufacturers' Finance o"»
Col «r 8% notes 1935
A&O
Mfre Tr Co ctfs of parcic In A
Namm & Son 6s 1943
J&D

54*

8
*

2-yr 6% notes Mar 15 '33 M&S16
Paramount Fani Lasky Corp—
20-vrsf g0s 1947
.J&D
Certificates of deposit...
Paramount Publix Corp—
Sink fund 5*s i960.. ...F&A
Certificates of deposit

6

1) (ww)A;

58*

81

Panhandle uorp—

99*
99*

I*/
'/

71

...

Petrol Oo (of Calif)—

56

.

41""
15*
101*
28*

..

109

20

.

94*

39

58*

1st conv s f 0a 1940
.J&Dlf
Certificates of deposit...... f

124*

55*

Magnolia Petrol
4*» 1934
...
_
_F&\
Deb 4*s 1935
F&\
Manatl Sugar lat f *»
A
Certificates of deposit.. .
1/
.

.

Amer Indus Corp

Pan Amer

25

96*

1938

Xoternat Power A
1st M 5s 1968

F&A
A&O f
.A&n

95*
93*

53

Pan

39"
50*
123*
108*

32

20

Internat

S f deb 0 *s 1943 with warM&N
Palmer Corp of La 1st 6sl948J&D k

*

Pacific Western OU Co—

75

36

1st 6Hs A '34 AAO
Hollana-Amer Line 6s '47-MAN
Holllngshead fRM) Co 7s'38 FA A f
Holly Sugar 6s 1943
Hsod Rubber 7a 1936
J&D
Cany 5*% g notes 1936AAO 15
Heuston OH Co of Texas—
10-yr sec s f 5*s 1940—MAN
Hudson Bay Min & Smelt 6s 1935
Hudson Coal 1st 6s 1962 A
JAD
Hudson (J L) Co—

M&816

40

92

.A&O

Stpu Oct 1931 coup ou
Certificates of deposit

46

67*

30

55

45

24

34

54*

14

20

75

Logan County Coal 7s 1942
108*
L"Millard 'P, Co g 7s t944 —A&O
5c. 1951.F&A
Luieiio dieel 1st M g 8s 40 M&N */ Is""

55

69

10

36

15

53*

67

20

13

50

17

20

42

1st 7« 1937 with com

.

18

11

38*
Extl deb 5*s 1958
M&N
20
Osgood Co deb g 6s 1938
J&D
37
Oswego Falls Corp 6s 1941
13
Otis St*«l 1st 6s 1941 ser A.M&S
100*
Owens-Ill Glass s f g 5s 1939
26
Pacific Coast Co g 5s I940-.J&D
Pac Fruit Exp Eq—See 80 Pacific Co.
68
Pacific Invest deb 5s 1948—J&J

80

Little (A El Co 7s 1942
Loiw * Inc deb 6s 1941

Hoe (R) A Co

1st s 16s '41 MAN
Certificates of deposit
6s gen mtge income 1952.M&N
6s prior lien s f 1942
M&N
Inland Steel 1st 4*s 1978—A&O
1st m s f 4*s 1981 ser B..F&A
Interlake Iron Corp—
1st m 5a 1951 ser B
M&N

85

35 ..J&D

*old bonds 5s 1961

15

M&S 16

Extl deb 6s 1953

95

77*

10

A&O

Ind Limestone

93

A&O

19

5

ff

816* % notes 1939 with w J&J
Oregon-Am Lumber 6s 1942A&0 /
Oriental Devel Oo Ltd—

33

5

25

Independent Oil A Gas—
Conv deb 6s 1939

30

1938...J&J

.

67

T

Oneida Community Ltd—

3*

F&A
F&A
F&A
F&A
..F&A

Leipzig Trade Fair 7s 1953
Libny McNeil & LIbby—
1st M s f 5s 1942
Liggett & Myers g 7s 194 <

10

...

Hungarian Disc & Exch
35-yr s f 7s 1963

gold notes

Sec 6%

Led & W B Goal con 4s

..J&J

37

34

A&O

OorpM&N

1959—J&J r

O'Gari* Ooal As '56 op aft'Ot M&fc
Old Ben Coal 1st 6s 1944.—F&A

8*

Cement Co—

.

Nova Scotia 8 & O 5s

11

war..J&J

Leaigh Valley Coal—
1st & ref 5s 1934.
1st & ref 5s 1944
1st & ref 5s 1954
1st & ref os 1964
«t & ref 5s 1974— 7,

81

Norwegian Hy-Elec NItrog
Ref & Imp 5*» 57 ser A

IV*
90

6s perpetual stock

Lealgh Coal A Nav fund 4s '48 J&J
Cons s f g 4*s 1964
J&J
Cons s f 4*s 1954 ser O—J&J

100
49

J&J f

5% notes 1933
5% notes 1934-36
Humble Oil & R 5s

10*

warr.M&N

Lautaro Nitrate Co—
conv 6s 1954 with

3*

Pineapple Co Ltd—

Haytlan Corp 8s

class A ctfs of
5s 1959.-M&S

SChhJ 6s I960—M&b

Lake Superior Corporation—
1st & coll tr gold 6s 1944—J&D /

1*
1*

1 *
5*

shs_. J&J

6-year 5% notes 1936
Hawley Pulp & Paper Co—
1st 6s s f 1946

Lackawanua

1

6s 1940
A&O
Glen Alden Coal M s f4s'65_M&S
Glldden Co 6*% notes *35. J&D
Gobel(Ad'f)6*% notes *35 M&N
k
Godchaux Sugars 7*s 1941
Good Hope Si & Ir Wks (Germ'y)
8 f g 7s Oct 16 1945—A&015
Gaodrlch (B F) 1st 0*s 1947 J&J
Deb g 6s 1946
J&D
Goodyear Tire & Rubber—
1st mtge coll tr 6a 1957--M&N
Gotham Silk Hos deb 6s '36 J&D
oould Coupler 1st 1 6s 1940-F&A
Grand (F & W) Properties Corp—
Conv deb 6s 1948
J&D15
v Ctfs of deposit
Great Lakes Paper Co Lto —
1st s f 6s 1950 ser A.,
M&S /
GreyhoundOorp 0%notes'33M&S
6% notes 1938
Gulf Oil of Pa deb 6s 1937—J&D
k
Sinking fund deb 6s 1947—FA A
Gulf States Paper Corp—
1st s f 6 *s 1943 with war. J&D
Gulf States Steel deb 5*a'42 J&D
Hall (F W) Printing Oo—
1st m A col tr 6*s '47 Int MAN
Barn-Am Line 6 *s eq'32-'40 J&D
flanna (M A) Co deb 6s '34.FAA
Hansa Steamship Lines
10-yr 6s 1939 with warr—AAO

Hawaiian

35
50

30

Debentures

Mining Corp—

Kreuger & Toll

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