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TREASURY DEPARTMENT

UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE

Statistics of Income




Compiled from the Returns for 1916
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COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

Document No. 2817.
Internal Revenue.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.
ANALYTICAL TEXT AND STATISTICAL TABLES.
Page.
GENERAL SURVEY

Official transmittal

5—1.5

:

5

PERSONAL INCOME-TAX RETURNS

5-9

Income class distribution, with text table
Exemptions from normal tax, with text table
Classification by sex and conjugal condition, with text tables
Distribution of incomes by occupation, with text table
Service, business, and property as sources of income, with text table
Incomes from personal service and business, and from property by income
classes, with text table
Tax withheld at source
(CORPORATE INCOME-TAX RETURNS

8
9
9-12

Gross income, net income and tax, with text table
Distribution of corporate incomes by industries, with text table
1 NCOME RETURNS BY STATES

5
6
6
7
7

10
10

".

12—13

Combined personal and corporate income, with text table

12

FOREIGN INVESTMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES.
HISTORICAL GROWTH OF INCOME ADMINISTRATION
STATISTICAL TABLES:

13
13-15

Personal income tables—Nos. 1-8—
K Distribution of incomes by States—
1. For the United States
:
18
Distribution of incomes by classes—
2. For the United States
20
2a. By States and Territories
47-97
Sex and conjugal condition—Distribution by States—
3. For the United States
22
Sex and conjugal condition—Distribution by income classes—
4. For the United States
24
Distribution of returns by States a*id classes—
5. For the United States
2ft
Distribution of incomes by occupation—
6. For the United States
31
6a. By States and Territories
98-113
6b. Distribution of incomes by States and Territories
114-125
6c. Distribution of incomes by classes
126-137
Income from personal service and business, compared with income
from property—
7. For the United States
32
Taxes, direct and source—
8.' For the United States
34
Corporate income tables—Nos. 9-10—
Distribution of incomes by States—
9. For the United States
35
Distribution of incomes by industries—
10. For the United States
37
LOa. By States and Territories
138-380
Incomes from foreign investments in the United States—-No. 11—
11. Returns of nonresident aliens and foreign corporations
44
Appendix—
Classification of occupations in the personal income tables
383
Classification of industries in the corporation income tables
383-391




3

STATISTICS OF INCOME.
Compiled from the Returns for 1916.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE,

Washington, D. C, June 1, 1918.
Hon. W. G. MCADOO,

Secretary of the Treasury.
SIR: I have the honor to submit herewith for publication a report
entitled " Statistics of Income" as compiled from the returns of
personal and corporate income filed with the Treasury Department for the year ended December 31, 1916. This publication is
in compliance with section 21 of the act of Congress approved
September 8, 1916, which provides:
That the preparation and publication of statistics reasonably available with respect
to the operation of the income-tax law and containing classifications of taxpayers and
of income, the amounts allowed as deductions and exemptions, and any other facts
deemed pertinent and valuable shall be made annually by the Commissioner of
Internal Revenue, with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury.
PERSONAL INCOME-TAX RETURNS.

In the calendar year ended December 31, 1916, personal returns
in the number of 437,036 were filed, showing an aggregate net income
of $6,298,577,620, income tax (normal and additional) amounting to
$173,386,694, an average tax of $396.73 and an average tax rate of
2.75 per cent of the aggregate net income.
INCOME CLASS DISTRIBUTION (PERSONAL RETURNS).

These returns may be surveyed from the standpoint of class distribution, occupational distribution, returns by States, and source,
i. e., whether derived from personal service or property. The following table classifies or distributes the number of returns filed, the net
income returned, and the total tax shown, according to the size of the
income or the amount returned.
Cumulative percentage of personal returns by income classes—Extract from Table 2.
Cumulative
Income classes.
° filed"*
$3,000 to
$3,000 to
$3,000 to
$3,000 to
$3,000 t o
$3,000 to
$3,000 to
$3,000 t o
$3,000 to
$3,000 to
$3,000 to

$10,000
$25,000
$30,000
$90,000
$100,000
$150,000
$300,000
-..
$500,000
$2,000,000
$5,000,000
$5,000,000 a n d o v e r .




71.659
90.495
92.371
98. 206
98.456
99.131
99. 698
99.864
99. 985
99.998
100.00
j

Cumulative
percentage
of tax,
of net
income normal and
additional.
returned.
26.385
45. 992
49. 500
68. 903
70. 528
76. 202
84. 233
88. 551
95. 626
98.367
100. 00

4.081
10.793
12.334
25. 244
26. 885
34.050
47.896
58.250
•81.138
92.344
100.00

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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

From the preceding table it appears that more than one-fourth
(26.38 per cent) of the total net income reported was returned by
persons with incomes of from $3,000 to $10,000, nearly one-haif
(49.5 per cent) by those with incomes of from $3,000 to $30,000, and
more than three-fourths (76.2 per cent) by those with incomes of
less than $150,000. While 98.5 per cent of the total number of
returns filed represented incomes of less than $100,000, the lh per
cent; representing incomes of $100,000 or more, reported nearly onethird of the total net income and nearly throe-fourths of the total tax.
EXEMPTIONS FROM NORMAL TAX (PERSONAL RETURNS).

While the total net income reported in the personal returns
amounted in the year 1916 to $6,298,577,620, only about 40 per cent
of this amount was subject to the normal tax. Specific exemptions
of $3,000 and $4,000 were allowed to single and married persons or
heads of families, respectively, and 25 per cent of the total net income
was exempted under this head. Dividends, moreover, were not
subject to the normal tax, and in 1916 dividends represented 33.92
per cent of the total net income returned.
Total net income of personal returns—the amount exempted from normal lax, the net
income subject to normal tax, and corresponding percentages.
Distribution.
Personal exemption
Less (class $3,000-$4,000 exemptions exceed net income)
Net personal exemption
Dividends
Total exemptions
Net income subject to normal t a x . . .
Total net income returned

$1,643,310,000
53,228,895 \
1,590,081,105 :
2,13(5,4(38,625 '

25.24
33. 92

3,726,549,730
2.572,027,890

59.16
40.84

6,298,577,620 \

100. 00

CLASSIFICATION BY SEX AND CONJUGAL CONDITION (PERSONAL
RETURNS).

It is not possible to classify taxpayers accurately by sex and
conjugal conditions, owing to the fact that 81.25 per cent of the
returns are made by heads of families including joint returns of
husband and wife. However, it is possible to show separately the
returns made by married women and to classify by sex the taxpayers who were not heads of families. The significant facts in this
connection which it is possible to derive from the returns are set
forth in the two summary tables immediately following:
Distribution of incomes by sex and conjugal condition—Summary from Tables S and 4Distribution.
Heads of families, including joint returns of husband and wife
Married women making returns separate from
husbands
All other:
Male
Female
Total.




! Per cent of
Net income. I total net
income.
$4,934,804,725 \

78.35

193,482,535 j

3.07

755,531,225 !
414,759,135 !

12.00
6.58
100.00

6,298,577,620 j

STATISTICS OF INCOME.
Amount of taxes by sex and conjugal condition.
j Tax (normal i Per cent
\ and addi- j of total
! tional).
: tax.

Distribution.

I

Heads of families, including joint returns of husband and wife
Married women making returns separate from husbands
All other:
Male
Female
Total

DISTRIBUTION

|

OF

INCOMES

BY

OCCUPATION

[

I $131,992,642 i
6,267,902
I
25,403,761
|
9,722,389 |
173,386,694 j

(PERSONAL

76.13
3.61
14. 65
5.61
100.00

RETURNS).

The following table shows for 22 selected occupations, what proportion of the persons engaged in such occupations made returns in
1916. The occupations selected for this comparison are those in
which a relatively small proportion of minors are employed.
Number of returns filed for 1916, by certain occupations, compared with the total number
of persons engaged in such occupations, as of the census of 19 UK

Occupations.

Architects
Authors, editors, reporters, etc
Clergymen
Engineers—Ci.yil, mining, etc
Lawyers and judges
Medical profession—Physicians, surgeons, oculists, dentists, nurses,
and other medical specialists
Public service—Civil
-.
,
Public service—Military
,
Theatrical profession—Actors, singers, musicians, etc
Teachers—b'rom kindergarten to university; also school and college
o flicials
Agriculturists—-Farmers, stock raisers, orchardists, etc
Real-estate brokers—Agents and salesmen
Stock and bond brokers
Brokers—All other
Commercial travelers
Insurance agents and solicitors
Lumbermen
Manufacturers
Merchants and dealers—Storekeepers, jobbers, commission merchants,
etc
Mine owners and mine operators
Saloon keepers
Theatrical business—Owners, managers, etc
A11 other business

Number of Number of
returns filed persons as
per census
in 1916.
of 1910.

Per cent
filing returns.

1,419
2,529
1,671
6,628
21,273

16,613
38, 750
118,018
58, 963
112,149

8.54
6.53
1.42
11.24
18.97

20,348
2,992
5, 459
914

291,942
382,138
77,153
167,607

6.97
.78
7.08
.55

2,919
14,407
6,146
2,839
7,479
12,274
7, 243
1,319
23,631

614,905
6, 047, 615
125, 862
13,729
36, 016
268, 522
88, 463
12, 263
235,107

.47
.24
4.88
20.68
20.77
4. 57
8.19
10. 76
10.05

54,363
2,554
1,311
811
18,605

1,246,077
14,287
68,215
31,418
101,868

4.36
17.88
1.92
2.58
18.26

SERVICE, BUSINESS, AND PROPERTY AS SOURCES OF INCOME (PERSONAL
RETURNS).

It has been possible to measure in a rough way the relative importance of incomes derived, respectively, from personal service, business, and property. Under personal service have been classified
incomes and salaries, professions and vocations. Partnership gains
and profits of all kinds have been included in the class devoted to
business pursuits. On the other hand, rents, royalties, interest
income reported by fiduciaries, income from foreign sources, and
dividends have been classified as "income from property." The




8

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

comparisons have been based upon gross income, inasmuch as it is
not possible accurately to allocate the various deductions to their
correct places in such a classification.
Comparison of incomes from personal service, business, and property—Summary

Distribution.

Income from personal service:
Salaries...
Professions and vocation."....
Total income from personal service .
Income from business:
Business, trade, commerce, and partnership gains and profits
Total income from personal service and business
Income from property:
Rents
Interest on notes, bonds, mortgages, etc.
Fiduciaries..
. .
Rovalties
Income from foreign sources...
.
.
Dividends

of Table 7.

Gross income.

Per cent
of total
gross
income.

SI, 478,346,372
372,930,404

17.70
4.47

1,851,276,776

22.17

2,637,474,520

31.59

4,488, 751,296

53.76

601,919,604
667,566,376
379,795,249
41,883 053
33.517,780
2,136.468,625

7.21
7.99
4.55
.50
.40
25.59

Total income from property

3,861,150,687

46.24

Total gross income..
Less general deductions

8,349,901,983
2,051,324,363

100.00
24.57

Total net income..

6,298,577,620

75.43

From the above table it appears that more than one-half of the
gross income in 1916 was derived from service and business. If it
had been possible to classify the deductions, a different proportion
might have been obtained for net income. However, it is probable
that even if the deductions could be taken into account, income from
service and business would not be markedly different in importance from property income as that term has been here interpreted.
The outstanding feature of the table is found in the great importance
of salaries, dividends, and business profits. These three classes
account for practically three-fourths of the gross income returned.
INCOMES

FROM PERSONAL SERVICE AND BUSINESS, AND FROM PROPERTY BY INCOME CLASSES (PERSONAL RETURNS).

In the following table the relations to the gross income of income
from service and business, income from property, general deductions,
and total net income, are separately shown for each income class.
It will be noted that the proportion of property income steadily
rises as the income itself becomes larger. It will also be noted that
the deductions are relatively greater in the smaller incomes than in
the larger incomes. In the highest group containing incomes of
$2,000,000 and over, nearly 92 per cent of the gross income was subjected to tax, the deductions representing only a little more than 8
per cent of the gross amount returned.




STATISTICS OF INCOME.
Income from personal service and business, compared with income from property, by
income classes—Summary of Table 7.

Income classes.

Income from
personal
service
and business.

Per cent
of
gross
income.

Per cent |
Total gross
Income from i
of
property.
gross
income.
income.
28.22
24.58
31.02
41.71
49.36
54.61
53. 85
57.89
55.94 I
59.18
58.40 !
62.90
58.18
61.98
62.89
68.90
71.42

$486,338,272
469,891,225
1,519,664,682
1,333,459,076
1,127,424,137
564,371,518
381,067,687
278,804,031
431,166,664
273,236,202
191,047,448
140,546,160
326,075,341
307,514,923
137,731,540
81,717,965
299,845,112

3,861,150,687

46.24

8,349,901,983

Per cent
of
gross
income.

Total net
income.

$349,110,
354,406,
1,048,270,
777,246,
570,900,
256,146,
175,855,
117,400,
189,969,
111,525,
79,510,
52,137,
136,375,
107,678,
51,105,
25,416,
85,694,

Grand total

Income classes.

$3,000 to $4,000
$4,000 to $5,000
$5,000 to $10,000
$10,000 to $20,000
$20,000 to $40,000
$40,000 to $60,000
$60,000 to $80,000
$80,000 to $100,000
$100,000 to $150,000....
$150,000 to $200,000....
$200,000 to $250,000....
$250,000 to $300,000
$300,000 to $500,000....
$500,000 to $1,000,000...
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000.
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000.
$2,000,000 and over
Grand total

71.78
75.42
68.98
58.29
50.64
45.39
46.15
42.11
44.06
40.82
41.60
37.10
41.82
35.02
37.11
31.10
28.58

$137,227,739
115,484,763
471,393,920
556,212,245
556,523,904
308,225,065
205,211,881
161,403,036
241,197,375
161,710,305
111,537,344
88,408,519
189,699,980
199,836,614
86,625,834
56,301,500
214,150,663

4,488,751,296

$3,000 to $4,000
$4,000 to $5,000
$5,000 to $10,000
$10,000 to $20,000
$20,000 to $40,000
$40,000 to $60,000
$60,000 to $80,000
$80,000 to $100,000
$100,000 to $150,000....
$150,000 to $200,000
$200,000 to $250,000....
$250,000 to $300,000
$300,000 to $500,000....
$500,000 to $1,000,000...
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000.
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000.
$2,000,000 and over

53.76

General deductions.

Per cent
of
gross
income.

$184, 713,544
146, 846,938
482, 416,705
389,340,865
265, 342,165
114, 105,025
80, 981,343
54, 884,133
73, 811,346
49, 686,117
27, 268,314
22, 015,973
54, 137,324
50, 743,598
20, 411,719
10, 252,766
24, 366,488

37.98
31.25
31. 74
29.20
23.54
20.22
21.25
19.69
17.12
18.18
14.27
15.66
16.60
16.50
14.82
12.55
8.13

$301,624,728
323,044,287
1,037,247,977
944,118,211
862,081,972
450,266,493
300,086,344
223,919,898
357,355,318
223,550,085
163,779,134
118,530,187
271,938,017
256,771,325
117,319,821
71,465,199
275,478,624

62.02
68.75
68.26
70.80
76.46
79.78
78.75
80.31
82.88
81.82
85.73
84.34
83.40
83.50
85.18
87.45
91.87

I 2,051,324,363

24.57

6,298,577,620

75.43

TAX WITHHELD AT SOURCE (PERSONAL RETURNS).

Figures showing the amount and importance of the tax withheld
at source by banks and other withholding agents, under the provisions of the law of September 8, 1916, are shown in Table 8. The
withholding requirement affected only the normal tax. The total
tax withheld at the source was $8,904,572. This constituted 17.31
per cent of the normal tax ($51,440,558) and 5.14 per cent of the
total tax, normal and additional, amounting to $173,386,694.
CORPORATE INCOME-TAX RETURNS.

The immediately following tables are based upon the returns of
corporations of which there were filed 341,253, showing gross income
of $35,327,631,015, net income of $8,765,908,984, and a total income
tax of $171,805,150.




10

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

GROSS INCOME, NET INCOME, AND TAX.

(CORPORATE

RETURNS.)

Of the total number of returns filed only 206,984, or 60.65 per
cent, reported a positive net income. The remainder, numbering
134,2697 or 39.35 per cent of the total, reported no net income, and
of this group 41,174, or more than 12.07 per cent, were returned as
''inactive or out of business." These features of corporation returns
are summarized in the following table:
(Corporate income for the United States {extract from Table 10), showing income returned
by corporations, segregated as to those reporting net income and those reporting no net
income.
Per cent i
Per cent
Number j of total !
of total
of re- j number i Gross income. i gross in:
|
turns. • of recome.
\ iurns.

Distribution.

Reporting net income

206,984 j

60. 65 i $32,531,096,969 :

92.08

Reporting no net income:
Inactive or out of business

41 174

12 07 ;

Total corporations reporting no net income

134, 269

39 35 |

2, 796, 534, 046

Grand total

341 253

100. 00 |

35, 327, t'31, 015 |

. . . .

Distribution.

Reporting net income
Reporting no net income:
Active
Inactive or out of business
Total corporations reporting no net income
Grand total

General deductions.

Per cent
of total
general
deductions.

i $23,765,187, 985

87. 31

207, 871 i.
7 92
100 00

Xet income. ; Total lax.

$8, 765,908, 984

$171,805,150

3,449, 730, 605 •..
3,707,852 ; . .
3, 453, 438, 457
' 27, 218, 626.442 I

12.69
8,765,908,984 I 171,805,150

DISTRIBUTION OF CORPORATE INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES.

Financial results of corporate activities in the various industries
in the United States, as reflected by net income, comprise the next
phase of the subject under consideration. In this connection there
is presented below in condensed form a table showing the total corporate incomes for the United States for 1916, distributed according
to industries under the following groupings: Agriculture, mining,
manufacturing, public utilities, banking and insurance, merchandising, and miscellaneous corporations. In this table is shown the
number of corporations making returns and the corresponding
incomes classified as to those showing net income and those showing
no net income. The summary is based on Table 10.




Jhsl.ribuho7i of vnco'ttiC'S by industries for I fie United Stales- S aiiniiary of Table. 10.
Corporations showing net income.
Per
cent of
total
number of
corporations
report- corpora- tions
tions. reporting
ing in
each industry.

! "Per [

Total
number of

Industries.

Agriculture and animal
bandry
Extraction t\i minerals

hus-

Manufacturing and mechanical
industries:
Food and kindred products..
Textiles and their products..
Iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished products
Paper and printing
Liquors and beverages
Chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Metals and metal products
other than iron and s tccl...
Miscellaneous industries

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

7. 274
11,968|
11,968

3,563
5,393

48. 98 $269,910,068: $200,047.637
45.06 2,1S2,712,0921 1,383,828,743

9,440
7,071
10,096
7,129

6,687
5,607
7,410
4,930

70.84 1,390,081,215 1,060,459,213 329,622,002
79. 30 1,589,120,839 1,206,009,642 383,111,197
73.40 3,062,395,284 1,932,978,319 1,129,416,965
624,396,480
509,712,803 114,683,677
69.15

cent of'
; total :
i num; Per
N umNormal
tax as to cent of ber of | ber of
total corpora- corpora-j
corporanormal tions. L"j tions |
tions.
report-;
ing in :
each in-1
dustrv.

$69, 862, 43 Ji $1,376,651!
798,883,349} 15,846,557;

0.80;
9.22J

6,355,536;
7,309,083:
22,141,920 ;
2,240,205

3. 70
4.25;
12. 89i
1.30

1,895
10,226
2,283
6,638

1,500
7,284
1,626
4,373

454,231,513
317,096,514 137,134,999
79.16
804,943,066 212,764,655
71.23 1,017,707,721
509,766,213
426,606,462
83,159.751
71.22
65. 88 1,727,677,177 1,033, 325. 520i 694,351,657

4.205,

2,695j

64.091

5, 124 3,497j
16,069 10, 219!

Corporations showing no net income.

" ""! ' ™

Gross
income.

Total
deductions

51.02 $6J, 305,469! $84,812,643;
54 94: 202,486,3171 273,259,725)

2,753
1,464
2,686
2,199.

Deficit.

$23,507,174
70, 773)408

29.16
20.70
26.60
30.85

101,765,191!
71, 777,604
138,924,431
121,804,291

115,216,800
81,963,635
163,386,518
140,964,452;

13,451,609
10,186,031
24,462,087
19,160,161

18,675,820!
129,260,494
44,752,019!
102,611,287;

2,531,367
15,193,839
5,461,836
55,077,375

2,672, 848|
4,180,498
1,620,453
13,774,924

1.56
2.44
.94!
S. 02

395'
2, 942
657;
2,265

20.84
28.77
28. 78
34. 12

16,144,453
114,066,655
39,290,183'
47,533,912

337.307,303

88,357,208|

1,734,684

l.Olj

1.510

35.91

50,961, 206

68. 25 1,602,254,589! 1,036.891,876
63.60 1)682,826,496 1, 263,165) 420|

565,362,713
419,661,076:

11,009,903
8, 220, 695;

6.4l!
4.78!

1,627:

5) 8501

31.
36.40

65,283.107
260,311,825;

425,664,511

T "

~)S; 880,17f>j

7. 918, 969

81,235,61l|
312,298,437

15,952,504
51,986,612

30.37 1,027,862,858:1,249,245,248

221,382,390

80,176

55,828J

69. 63 14,086,122,038 9,928,496,138 4,157,625,900;

81,260, 749|

47. 30

24,348!

Public utilities

22, 89:

15,7931

68.97 7,341,367,734 5,800,291,604J1, 541,076,130! 30,160, 766J

17.56

7,1041

31. 03

465,555,414!

542,555,869

77,000,455

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks
Insurance companies

26, 803
3,208

24,919
2,626

887,345,248|
92.97 1,287,944, 828
81.86 1,588,303,859 1,460,397,628

7,946,854;
2,558,675;

4.62
1.49

1,884!
582!

7.03
18.14

34,908,927^
54,605,818
166,480,517! 181,026,286

19,696,891
14,545,769

30,011
30,583
158,344

27,545!
20,998J
77,864

91.78 2,876,248,68' 2,347,742,876! 528,505,811 j 10,505,529
9,037,1521
68. 66 1,774,145,273 1,309,269,466! 464,875,807
49.17 4,000,591,07" 2,795,511, £21(1,205,079,556 23,617,746!

6.11
5.26
13.75

2,466|
9,585!
80, 480!

8.22
31.3,
50.83

201,389,444!
245,222, 749|
592,711,7951

Grand total, United States. 341,253 206,9841

60. 65 32,531,096,969 23,765,187,985 8,765,908,984 171, 805,150|

Total

Total
Merchandising companies
Miscellaneous companies




400,599,580,
127,906,2311

100.00 134,269

235,632,104
312,769,806
755,163,062

34, 242,660
67,547,057
162,451,267

39. 35 2,796,534,046J3,453,438,457

656,904,411

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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

The outstanding feature of the above table is the prominence of
the manufacturing and mechanical industries. Out of 341,253 separate corporate returns made in 1916, there were 80,176 classed as
manufacturing and mechanical corporations, making 23.49 per cent
of the total. Among corporations showing net income the manufacturing and mechanical comprised 26.97 per cent of £he entire
group, and they were charged with 47.30 per cent of the entire tax
assessed against corporations.
The next in importance to manufacturing is the group of public
utilities which report a net income of $1,541,076,130 and a normal
tax of $30,160,766. The percentage of corporations in these classes
showing net income is nearly identical, being 69.63 per cent for the
manufacturing and mechanical industries and 68.97 per cent for
public utilities.
Leaving out of account the miscellaneous companies, the third
group of industries in importance so far as net income and normal
tax are concerned, is that concerned with the extraction of minerals.
Of these corporations, 45.06 per cent show net income, and 54.94 per
cent record a deficit.
INCOME RETURNS BY STATES.
COMBINED PERSONAL AND CORPORATE INCOME.

The following table shows the net income and tax reported in the
returns by States. The figures do not represent, however, what
may be called the geographical distribution of income. They are
based upon the returns filed in each State. An individual files his
income-tax return in the State in which he resides and a corporation
files its income-tax return in the State in which its principal place of
business is located. Consequently income reported by an individual
or corporation in one State may have been derived from sources in
other States. Furthermore, under the provision for the collection
of tax at the source the collecting agent filed the return in the State
in which the agent was located, regardless of the residence of the
person earning the income.
From the foregoing it will be clear that there is no way of ascertaining from the income-tax returns the amount of income earned
in the respective States or the amount of tax paid on that basis.
Returns by States of personal and corporate net income and income tax.
Net income.
States and Territories.

1.
2
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10
11.

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia...
Florida
Georgia




Tax.

Total
personal.

j
Total
Total
I personal and
corporate. ! corporate.

$18,469,010
1,878,419
11,777,241
17,683,678
228 324 945
53,854,130
133,858,341
57,798,410
67,334,621
17 401 202
32,992,965

$45,892,777 !
744,903
30,924,259 '
24,791,391
279,952,569
57,043,218
189,211,399
136,270,898
41,460,981
17,670,823
56,508,639

_ . _j

$64,361,787
2,623,322
42,701,500
42,475,069
508,277,514
110,897,348
323,069,740
194,069,308
108,795,602
35,072,025
89,501,604

Per
Per
Total
cent for personal and cent for
each
each
corporate. State.
State.
0.427
$1,088,391
31,658
.017
810,700
.283
.282
644,643
9,053,738
3.374
2,171,612
.736
2.145
6,538,230
6,590,0,0
1.288
1,846,918
.722
673,676
.233
.594 1 1,460,252

0.315
.009
.235
.187
2.623
.629
1.894
1.909
.535
.195
.423

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

13

Returns by States of personal and corporate net income and income tax—Continued.
Net income.
States and Territories.

12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.

Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Total

Total
personal.

Total
corporate.

Total
personal and
corporate.

Tax.
Per
Per
Total
cent for personal and cent for
each corporate. each
State.
State.

0.439 ! $1,256,
066,658
$20,362,022
704,636
.124 i
18, 744,298
7,927,064
817,234
353,
8.274 I 25,962,
145,412 1,246, 4-*6,245
484,290,833
751,368
176, 389,051
3,167;
74,637,683
1.171 I
610,384
123. 215,258
1,632,
65.604,874
.818 I
070,570
143, 709.035
2,629
39,638,465
.954 I
105, 026', 035
1,687:
38,506,976
66! 519,119
.697 !
,
52 633,117
103: 907, 750
1,826.
51,274.633
.690 i
30,435,945
68. 748,719
.456 :
1,116:
38:,312.774
208, 293,057
121,009,054
4,063.
1.383 i
87: 284,003
503,662
94i; 796,424
474,292,762
6.252 i 19,820;
467: 253,744
537, 786,848
162,533,104
3.570 I 10,703,
375: 685,329
298, 886,713
93,201,384
5,606,
1.984 !
205: 382,856
26, 214,652
14,831,796
.174 i
417,
11: 630,602
369: 699,905
147,069,303
2.454 \
6,721,
222: 580,309
53: 047.328
19,467,019
.352
967:
33: 742,854 !
36,559,607
72, 302,461
.480
1,049;
35; 778,312 I
2,799,775
6. 578,087
.044 !
93,
3.
j
19,557,542
34:
.228 ;
544:
14 ,861,724 I 199, 419,266
706,911
775,791
254,068,880
3.318 I 10,364:
245, 138,195
223 624,927
7,486,732
.150 !
387;
15:
,922,864,651 2,274: 661,422 ! 4,197, 526,073 27.803 122,435,
882,803 !
85, 708,629
24,825,826
.569
1, 761,
60: 664,421 !
19. 883,476
9,219,055
.132
273;
10; 144,978 i
318,822,511
6.300
20,087,
630, 338,867 | 948; 967,489
179, 150.329
66,811,462
1.189 !
6,544.
112: 732,510 1
43, 701,082
24,968,572
.290 ;
694:
is:
643,243,991 1,122: 447.066 j 1,705, 691,057
11.721 i 39, 889;
65,257,163
.910 I
3,310,
71, 874^276 I 137, 131,439
33, 395,645
9,882,947
.222
522,
23, 512,69,8 i
7,474,252
.102
204,
15, 398,346
7, 924,094 !
737,212 I
604,887
39,867,675
.588
1,362;
88,
48; 581,835 |
113.278,037
1.572 :
4,995,
236 859,872
123, 600,820 j
14,281,206
.478 !
1,312;
71, 882,026
14,628,955
.158
545;
57, 201,351
23, 830,306
42,216,464
9, 482,931 I 135, 699,395
.901 :
2,302,
93, 468,785
49,697,247
.685
l,830;
103, 166,032
53, 409,707
30,170,809
.641
1, 730,
96, 580,516
66, 762,577
87,614,595
1.464 i
3,868,
220: 377,172
132j 895,659
419,446
6,523,787
238:
.102 ']
15,
8,
6,298,577,620 8,765,908,984 15,064,486,604 100.000 ; 345,191,844

0.364
.102
7.521
.918
.473
.762
.489
.529
.323
1.177
5.742
3.101
1.624
.121
1.947
.280
.304
.027
.158
3.003
.112
35.469
.510
.079
5.819
1. 896
.209
11.551
.955
.152
.056
.399
1.447
.381
. 158
.667
.530
.501
1.121
.069

100.000

FOREIGN INVESTMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES.

The returns of nonresident aliens and also of corporations controlled by nonresident aliens are separately tabulated in Table 11
The personal income tax returns numbered 4,294, with a total not
income of $65,772,271 and a total tax liability, normal and additional,
of $1,656,418. The net income of foreign corporations reporting net
income was $81,814,841 and the deficit reported by foreign corporations having no net income was $2,568,446. For nonresident aliens
and foreign corporations the total net income was $147,587,112, with
a corresponding tax of $3,189,307. These figures relating to nonresident aliens and foreign corporations are embraced in the various
tables under the proper headings and are included in the total income
and tax for the United States.
HISTORICAL GROWTH OF INCOME ADMINISTRATION.

The present system of income taxation began with an excise tax
with respect to the income of corporations, incorporated as section 38
of the tariff act of August 5, 1909. That statute continued as an




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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

excise provision until it was superseded by the income-tax law of
October 3, 1913. This latter statute, as well as the subsequent act
of September 8, 1916, embraced both personal and corporate incomes
as sources of Federal revenue.
According to the comparative yearly returns of net income, there
has been a more or less steady growth in the income returned by
corporations, with exceptional increases in the amounts reported for
1915 and 1916. From the inception of the original excise statute of
1909 to the income act of 1916 the net income reported by corporations rose from $3,590,000,000 to $8,765,900,000.
The personal income tax history covers a shorter period. In the
four years from 1913 to 1916 , inclusive, the net income advanced
from $3,900,000,000 to $6,300,000,000. The data in which these various phases of growth are summarized are brought together in statistical form in the following tables. Comparison by income classes for
the personal income returns is confined to the three calendar years
1914, 1915, and 1916 The returns for 1913 are omitted as they
pertain only to the last ten months of that year and do not
coincide with the classification used in the three subsequent years.
Comparison of personal returns for 1914, 1915, and 1916, by income classes.
Number of returns filed.
Income class.
1914
82,754
66,525
127,448
34,141
15,790
8,672
5,483
6,008
3,185
5,161
1,189
406
233
130
147
69
114
60

•13,000 to $4,000
$4,000 to $5,000
$5,000 to $10,000
$10,000 to $15,000
$15,000 to $20.000
$20 000 to $25 000
$25 000 to $33,000
$30 000 to $40,000
$40 000 to $50.000
$50,000 to $100.000
$100 000 to $150,000. -.
$150 000 to $200,000...
$200.000 to $250 0 0 0 . . .
$250 000 to $300 0 0 0 . . .
$3 00 000 to $400,000...
$400,000 to $500 0 0 0 . . .
$500 000 to $1,000,000.
$1,000 000 and over . . .

1915
69,045
58,949
120,402
34,102
16,475
9,707
6,196
7,005
4,100
6,847
1,793
724
386
216
254
122
209
120

85,122
72,027
150,553
45,309
22,618
12,953
8,055
10,068
5.611
10,452
2,900
1,284
726
427
469
245
376
206
429,401
17,635

Returns filed by women making returns separate from husbands.
Total

1916

357,515

336,652

437,036

1

The net incomes reported on separate returns made by husband and wife are combined and included
as one return in thefiguresfor the several classes.
Comparative yearly returns of net income.
PERSONAL.
Year.
1913
1914
1915
1916
1

Net income.

Increase from
year to year.

U S3,900,000,000 !
i 4; 000,000,000 i $100,000,000
14,600,000,000 |
600,000,000
i 6.300,000,000
1,700,000,000

!

N u m b e r of
returns.

357,598
357,515
336,652
437,036

Determined on the basis of the number of return- filed and th? average net income in each class.




15

STATISTICS OF INCOME.
Comparative yearly returns of net income—Continued.
CORPORATE.

[As shown by the returns of corporations reporting net income, plus additional income uncovered h\
investigations.]

L909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916

Returns
Increase from
showing
year to year, j taxable
income.

Net income.

Year.

'.

' $3,590,000,000
3,761,000,000
3,503,000,000
4.151,000,000
4^ 714,000,000
3,940,000.000
5,310,000; 000
8,765,900,000

•1171,000,000
2 258,000,000
648,000,000
563,000,000
2
774,000,000
1,370,000,000 i
3,455,900,000

1 52,498
1 54,040 .
1 55,129
i 61,116 ;
188,866
174,205
190,911
206,984 j

Returns
Total
showing no
number
taxable j
of
income. | returns.
209,992 I
216,162 j
233.223 I
244,220 i
128,043 !
125,240
175,532
134,269

262,490
270,202
288,352
305,336
316,909
3
299, 445
»366; 443
341,253

1

Returns showing net income in excess of $5,000 exemption.
Decrease.
1915 contains approximately 30,000 returns showing no net income which properly belong and should
be included in 1914. (See Annual Report, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1916, p. 26.)
2

3

The net income for corporations, as shown in the above table includes not only the sum of incomes returned by corporations upon
the prescribed forms, but also such additional income as was uncovered by field investigation or other revision of original returns.
This accounts for the slightly larger aggregate of net income by
years than is shown elsewhere in unrevised totals of earlier date.
Comparison from year to year of the returns showing net income
with those showing no net income, shows a steady increase in the
number of corporations reporting taxable income. At the same
time there has been a slow but steady increase in the total number of
corporations making returns. The basic statistical tables supporting
this analysis immediately follow.
Respectfully,
DANIEL C. ROPER,

Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
Approved:




Secretary of the Treasury.

STATISTICAL TABLES.

35884°—18




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TABLE 1.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES; showing for each
State the number of returns, net income, exemptions, tax paid, and percentages each State constitutes of the total.

00

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

States and Territories.

Alabama
Alaska.'.
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
^Maryland.. - Massachusetts




Per cent
for each
Number. State of
total
number
of returns.
2, 097
243
994

0.480

2, 255
21, 208
4, 435
9, 713
1, 346

.516
4.853
1.015
2.222

6, 808
1, 779
444
144
756
525
004
497
290
887
517
823
674
291

1.558
.407

.056
.227

.308

.262
.173
8.586
1.602
1.944
.982
.889
1.034
.646
2.214
7.389

Amount.

$18,469,010
1,878,419
11,777,241
17,683,678
228,324,945
53,854,130
133,858,341
57,798,410
67,334,621
17,401,202
32,992,965
20,362,022
7,927,064
484,290,833
74,637,683
65,604,874
39,638,465
38,506,976
51,274,633
30,435,945
121,009,054
474,292,762

Income tax (normal and additional).

Exemptions for normal tax.

Net income

Returns.

Net income Amount of
subject to
normal tax.. normal tax.

Per cent
for each
Specific
State of
total net exemption.
income
returned.

Dividends.

$8,046,000
914,000
3,823,000
8,671,000
79,731,000
16,983,000
35,730,000
5,021,000
25,545,000
6,816,000
13,320,000
4,183,000
2,923,000
142,867,000
26,843,000
32,867,000
16,695,000
14,743,000
17,281,000
10,555,000
35,944,000
118,652,000

$4,191,428
305,918
2,986,765
2,862,583
70,611,281
15,259,090
55,886,169
42,086,532
14,329,900
5,233,591
9,973,072
12,838,115
1,978,251
158,473,344
24,809,379
16,494,472
7,197,158
13,349,225
12,234,954
10,569,882
32,014,428
164,362,307

Additional
tax.

0.293
.030
.187
.281
3.625
.855
2.125
.918
1.069
.276
.524
.323
.126
7.689
1.185
1.041
.629
.611
.814
.483
1.921
7. .530

Amount.

$6,555,900
677,200
5,069,850
6,523,550
81,000,300
22,382,600
43,584,150
10,850,500
28,392,350
5,640,700
10,151,000
3,573,850
3,126,300
187,817,200
23,979,850
17,665,350
16,385,200
11,019,900
22,413,500
9,728,450
54,260,200
195,582,400

$131,118
13,544
101,397
130,471
1,620,006
447,652
871,683
217,010
567,847
112,814
203,020
71,477
62,526
3,756,344
479,597
353,307
327,704
220,398
448,270
194,569
1,085,204
3,911,648

$44,871
3,478
90,122
27,042
1,975,630
608,106
1,953,163
3,478,595
500.797
209,822
175,042
295,325
77,970
7,190,906
686,364
165,538
228,239
164,099
330,423
176.798
1,320,319
6,981,037

$175,989
17,022
191,519
157,513
3,595,636
1,055,758
2,824,846
3,695,605
1,068,644
322,636
378,062
366,802
140,496
10,947,250
1,165,961
518,845
555,943
384,497
778,693
371,367

Per cent Average
rate of
for each
tax
State
(normal
of total and additax.
tional).
0.102
.010
.111
.091
2.074
.609
1.627
2.131
.616
.186
.218
.212
.081
6.313
.672
.299
.321
.222
.450
.214

2,405,523

1.389

10,892,685

6.283

0.953
.906
1.626
.891
1.575
1.960
2.110
6.394
1.587
1.854
1.146
1.801
1.772
2.260
1.562
.791
1.403
.999
1.519
1.220
1.988
2.297

O

Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri.
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

*

Grand total




...j

11,448
7,556
1,440
12,956
1,801
4,286
364
1,735
19,701
813
93,155
2,207
1,176
21,774
2,539
2,800
40,289
3, 745
1,204
971
4,414
10,514
1,259
1,100
4,190
5,360
2,575
8,261
673
437

2.619 162,533,104
2.581
1.480
1.729
93,201,3
.235
.329
14,831,796
2.065 147,069,303
2.335
.412
19,467,019
.309
.980
36,559,607
.580
.044
.083
2,799,775
.397
19,557,542
.311
4.508 254,068,8
4.034
.186
7,486,732
.119
30.529
21.315 922,864,651
.505
.394
24,825,826
.269
9,219,055
.146
4.982 318,822,511
5.062
.581
66,811,462
1.061
.641
24,968,572
.396
9.219 643,243,991
10.213
.857
65,257,163
1.036
.276 | 9,882,947
.157
.222 | 7,474,252
.119
1.010 | 39,867,675
.633
2.406 113,278,037
1.799
.288
14,281,206
.227
.252
14,628,955
.232
.959
42,216,464
.670
1.226
49,697,247
.789
.479
.589
30,170,809
1.391
1.890
87,614,595
.104
.154
6,523,787 \
100.000 6,298,577,620

43,662,000
28,840,000
5,524,000
49,177,000
6,896,000
16,622,000
1,402,000
6,446,000
74,248,000
3,113,000
343,902,000
8,443,000
4,571,000
82,096,000
9,736,000
10,727,000
150,318,000
13,848,000
4,656,000
3,794,000
16,987,000
40,434,000
4,837,000
4,123,000
16,063,000
20,776,000
9,837,000
31,504,000
2,575,000

64, 870,637
35, 565,099
1,950,442
52, 640,635
5,293,386
9,589,875
662,226
7, 431,532
82, 033,825
1,709,667
635 281,124
8 435,515
2 064,793
135 911,897
32 905,093
5 507,854
217 480,892
28 942,989
2 528,797
1 749,589
10 394,451
32 881,570
5 064,728
5 932,929
11 927,716
12,343,108
11,938,909
33,893,596
1,487,907

55,441,050
29,763,450
7,559,300
47,217,200
7,458,900
11,008,950
771,900
5,975,900
100,224,100
2,780,400
950,238,800
8,365,700
2, 754,200
103,431,300
24,455,148
9,219,442
279,671,500
22,887,050
2,883,500
2,082,850
13,337,600
41,547,450
4,555,250
4,745,850
14,951,550
17,475,350
8,780,700
23,500,100
2,563,100

100.000 1,643,310,000 2,136,468,625 2,572,027,890

1,108,821
595,269
151,186
944,344
149,178
220,179
15,438
119,518
2, 004,482
55,608
19, 004,776
167,314
55,084
2 068,626
489,103
184,389
5 593,430
457,741
57,670
41,657
266,752
830,949
91,105
94,917
299,031
349,507
175,614
470,002
51,262

2,231,861
958,013
43,868
1,428,983
155,270
127,599
3,067
138,655
3,540,749
28,327
58,965,745
393,656
11,260
5,653,680
3,858,694
152,662
12,019,309
1,457,363
19,528
6,906
146,326
1,812,748
76,583
270,087
294,273
426,963
240,772
783,255
16,248

3,340,682
1,553,282
195,054
2,373,327
304,448
347,778
18,505
258,173
5,545,231
83,935
77, 970,521
560,970
66,344
7 722,306
4 347,797
337,051
17 612,739
1 915,104
77,198
48,563
413,078
2 643,697
167,688
365,004
593,304
776,470
416,386
1 253,257
67,510

1.927
2.055
1.667
.898
.112
1.315
1.614
1.369
1.564
.176
.951
.201
.011
.661
1.320
.149
2.183
3.199
.048 * 1.121
4.055
44.965
2.260
.324
.720
.038
2.422
4.453
2.507
6.508
1.350
.194
2.738
10.155
2.935
1.104
.781
.046
.650
.028
1.036
.238
2.334
1.526
1.174
.098
2.495
.211
1.405
.342
1.562
.448
1.380
.240
1.430
.723
.039
1.035

51,440,558 121,946,136

173,386,694

100.000

2.753

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class of income the number of returns, net income, exemptions, tax paid, and percentages each class constitutes of the total.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Income class.

$3,000 to $4,000 i
13,000 to $4,000
$4,000 t o $5,000
$5,000 to $6,000
$6,000 t o $7,000
$7,000 t o $8,000
$8,000 t o $9,000
$9,000 t o $10,000
$10,000 to $15,000
$15,000 t o $20,000
$20,000 t o $25,000
$25,000 t o $30,000
$30,000 t o $40,000
$40,000 t o $50,000
$50,000 t o $60,000
$60,000 t o $70,000
$70,000 t o $80,000
$80,000 t o $90,000

Per
Num- cent Cumuber
each lative Total net
per
of re- class
income.
i turns. is of centage.
total.

17.249 17.249 $261,344,646J 4.149
2.575 19.824 40,280,082J 0. 639
72,027 16. 774 36. 598 323,044,287 5.129
52,029 12.117 48. 715 284,843.579 4.522
36,470 8.493 57.208 236,164,9891 3.749
26,444 6.158 63.366 198,005,755J 3.144
19,959 4. 648J 68.0.14! 169,476,585; 2.691
15,651 3.645! 7L659| 148,757,069* 2.362
45,309 10.552| 82. 211 552,133,214; 8.766
22,618 5. 267] 87.478 391,984,997! 6.223
12. 953 3. 017J 90. 495 290,897, 575J 4.618
8,055 1. 876j 92. 371 220,952,370; 3.508
10,068 2.345 94.716 350,232,027| 5.560
5, 611 1.307 96. 023 251,477,2611 3.993
3,621
.843 96. 866 198,789,232| 3.156
74,i

11,056

2,548
1,787
1,422

$90,000 to $100,000

1,074

$100,000 t o $150,000
$150,000 to $200,000

2.900
1,284

$200,000 t o $250,000.'

726

$250,000 t o $300,000

427

$300,000 to $400,000

469




Per
cent Cumu
each lative
class peris of centtotal. age.

.593] 97.459 165,805,854| 2.632
.41fij| 97.875 134.280.490J 2.132
.331 98.206 121,541,802 1.930
.250 98.456 102,378,096 { 1.625
.675 99.131 357,355,318| 5.674
.299 99.430 223,550,085; 3.549
.169 99.599 163,779,134; 2.600
.099! 99.698 118,530,187! l.i
.109! 99.807 162,176,8191 2.575

Exemptions for normal
tax.
Net income! Amount

4.149 $291 286,000;
4.788
168, 0001
9.917
613,000;
14.439
9 9 5 , OOOJ
18.188
011,000j
21.332
394.000 !
24.023
518,000 !
26.385
984,000!
35.151
249,000 ;
41.374
338,000
45.992
377,000
49.500
681,000
55.060
288,000|
59,053
346,000
62.209
803,000
64,841
683,000
66.973
790 0001
68,903
412,000
70.528
100,000
76. 202
056,000
79. 751
000
82.351
770.000
84.233
615,000
86.808
800.0001

subject to !
of
normal
normal
tax.
tax.

$23,287,541j
1,299,582;
13,453,587^
24,063,129;
29,417,139;
30,045,805|
31.033,485^
29, 727,269|
137,412,9641
122, 670,097;
99,112,225;
83,931,320;
138,016,677;
104,633.861!
85.050,082;
72,876,154;
60,719,740;
57,088,502;
48,026,7461
158,826,168J
108,031,135
75,620,234
60,913,345 !
72.557,119:

$5,812,500;
32,977,700 ;

Additional

tax.

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

$116.2;
$116.250j
659,554
659,554
1.215,709
60,785,450; 1. 215, 709
1,334,737
66.736,850: 1,334,737
1.331.319
66,565,950; 1.331.319
1.23S.502
61,925,100, 1.238,502;
1.180,916
59,045,800' 1,180,916!
4.829.425|
241,471,250; 4,829,425;
:
3,659,5381
182.976,900 3,659,538;
142,408.350 [ 2.848.167!
3299,884 3,148.051
106,340,050: 2.126.801J
544,981 2 671.782
173.027.350 1 3,478,547, 1,409.143 4,887, 690!
125,497,400^ 2,509,948J 1,533,261 4,043,209
99.936,150! 1,998. 723j 1,786 524 3.785.247
83,246,700j 1,664,934J 1,825,935 3,490,869
66,770,750; 1,335,415| 1,796,6021 o, 132,017J
59,041,300! l,180,826J 1,864,807 3,045,633j
50,251.350; 1.005.027J 1,839,794 2,844,82l|
187,473,150; 3, 749,4631 8,674,018 12.423,48l|
110,622,950| 2,212,459; 7, 215,151 9,427,610
85,388,900! 1,707, 778j 6,401,210 •8,108,988j
56.001,842; 1,120,037| o.350.632| 6,470, ()69j
87.819, 700 1,750, 394' 8.507,897 10,264,291 :

Per
Avercent Cumu- Average
age
each lative amount'of
rate
pert a x per
class
of tax
cent- individual.
is of
per
age.
total.
cent.

0. 067
. 3S0
.701
.770
.768
.714|

o. 06:
.447|

1. 816
1.541
2. S19J
2.332
2.183
2.013
1.807j
1.756
1.641
7.165
5. 437
4.677

0.289
.204
. 427

g

1.918

23. 37;
36. 60!

2.686

50.34;

.672

s
H

3.400

62.05

.731

O
O

1.148

• 68lj 4.081
2. 785;
2.111

$10. 51;
9.16,

6.866

8. 97/J
10. 793J
12. 334:

15.1531
17.485 j
19. 668]
21. 681
23.488
25. 244
26. 885
34. 050
39,487
44.164

3. 732 47,896
5. 920 53. 816

.565

75.45

.794

106. 59

.875

161.80;

.934
1. 082

243. 04
331. 69

1. 209

485. 47
720. 59

1. 39ti
1. 60S

1, 045.36
1, 370.04

1. 904
2.105

1. 752. 67; 2. 332
2. 141.80 2.506
2, 648.81 2. 779
4, 283.96 3.477
7, 342.38; 4.217
11, 169.40
15, 153. 79:
21. 885.4S;

4. 951
/•>. 459
6.329

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$400,000 to $500,000
35500,000 to $1,000,000

245
376 i

$1,500,000...
$2,000,000...
$3,000,000...
$4,000,000...

97;
42j

$4,000,000 to -$5,000,000...

057 99. 864 109,761,198 1. 743 88.551
. 088 99. 952 256,771,325 4.077 92. 628
. 023 99. 975 117 319,821 1.863 94.491
. 010 99. 985 71,465-199 1.135 95.626
008 99.993 83 580,891 1.327 96. 953

9l

$1,000,000 to
$1,500,000 to
$2,000,000 to
$3,000,000 to

$5,000,000 anfi over
Total

Married women making
separate returns2
Total number of returns filed




34
14

003 99. 996

48 429, 288

. 002 99.998

40,627,643

.769 97.722
.645 98. 367

002 100. 000 102,840,802 1.633 100.000

10

429,401 100 000

6,298,577,620

934.000!
1.420,000!
369,000
158,000|
130,000|
52. OOOi
35,000
39,OOOj

54,782,598 54.044.600 1,080,892 6, 701. 281; 7,687,119 4. 434; 58. 250
31. 376. 00
55, 590.19
136,169, 725 119.181.600 2.383,632 18, 549, 939| 20.901.911 12. 055; 70,305|
60.707,271 56,243,550 1,124,871 10, 020, 337 11,178,316 6. 447! 76. 753 115, 240.37
648,009 6, 862, 717j 7, 604,332 4. 386| 81.138 181, 055. 52
38,906,751 32,400,448
50.3S5.641 33,065.250
661,305 8, 225. 430! 8,886,735 5.1251 86. 263 261, 374. 56
34,178,288 14,199,000
283,980 5, 198, 713 5,482,693 3.162J 89. 425 391, 620. 93
19,592,493 21,000,150
420 003 4, 640, 731| 5,060,734 2.919! 92. 344 562. 303. 78
577,397 12, 697. 149J 13,274,546 7. 6561100. 0001 327, 454. 60
73,931,952 28,869,850

1,643.310,000 2,136,468,625 2,572,027,890 51,440.558 121, 946, 136; 173.386,694 lOO.OOo!

396. 73

7. (KM
8. 14P
9. 528
10.641
10. 632
11.321
12. 450
12. 908
2. 753

7,635
437,036
1
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The net incomes of both husband and wife were combined and counted as one return in its proper income class.

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UNITED STATES.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]

Incomes of heads of families, including joint incomes of husbands and
wives.
Number
of returns.

States and Territories.

Number
of returns.

All other incomes.

Incomes of m a r r i e d
women making: returns separate from
husbands.

Amount of
net income.

Amount of
net income.

Total.
F smale.

Male.
Number
of returns.

Amount of
net income.

Number
of returns.

Amount of
net income.

Number
of returns.

92
2
17
72

$858,339

2 097

s i s 4fiP 01 n

243
994
2,255

11,777,241

Amount of
net income.
i

Alabama
Arizona..
Arkansas

1,791
185
856
1,948

California
Colorado

17,136
3,843

Alaska..

Connecticut .
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida. . .
Georgia....
Hawaii
Idaho

$15,550,220
C1)
9,717,881
15.390,254
181,246,097
46,825,537

7,365
1,076
5,469
.

.

96,850,503
47,218,330
52,236,376
13,428,424

1,536
2,991
853
661
31,813
6,023

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14,589,501

12

(0
5
14
343
55
258
31
116
19
1
34

Iowa.

7,547

Kansas

3,846

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393,656,295
65.211.119
57,389,977
35,748,212

Kentucky

3,196
3,799

31,815,983
42,669,895

2,206

23,179,117

23
40

7,396

92,781,718

158

Illinois
Indiana

Louisiana
Maine
Maryland




$103,363

2
. 507
64
57
7
38

166,929
99,563
6,485,057
1,145,658
5,840,109
2,408,621
2,331,843
1,856,749
C1)
867,262

0)
12,017,372
1,047,145
858,696
123,139
390,177
359,738

202
56
116
221
2,256
389
1,077
149

SI,957,088
1

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1,315,637
1,668,131
22,938,777
4,075,249
15,684,543
3,750,531

1,473
148

1

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576,794
525,730
17,655,014
1,807,686

1,013
90
427
54
127

15,483,186
4,420,928
6,147,201

21,208
4,435

1,878,419
17,683,678
228,324,945
53,854,130

9,713

57,798,410
67,334,621

796
170
325
170
75

6,619,201
1,672,541
2,825,536

87

2,079,723

3,611
633 j
597

52.998.910

18
1,594
284

C1)
25,618,256
2,377,260

296

2,695,197

334

2,973,829
4,329,344
5,574,174

793,285
1,971,472

4,290

39,638,465

3,887

2,670,826
3,326,841

4,517

38,506,976
51,274,633

8,919,028

2,823
9,674

121,009,054

0)

6,002,159
4.661.004

459,285

.121

3,470,702

103
199
180
256

2,324,972

1,274

16,983,336

846

454
515

443,488

I

133,858,341

1,346
6,808
1,779
3,444
1,144

I

756
37,525
7,004
8,497

17,401,202
32,992,965
20,362,022
7,927,064
484,290,833
74,637,683
65,604,874

30,435,945

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Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire.
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina...
North Dakota....
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina...
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
States grouped 1 ..

Grand total.




353,728,911 |
136,844,936 j
79,920,236 i
12,511,625 i
120,145,366 j
15,319,258 |
32,090,447 j

C1)

I

14,357,579
204,861,737
6,394,430
1,421,824,728
20,567,889

|
j
!
|
j

254,825,658 i
I
60,055,060 j
20,994,073 j
500,397,341 •
47,017,502 |
8,547,292 !

34,568,738 j
95,191,082 I
12,734,495 j
9,411,952 |
36,465,803 |
43,025,408
25,075,829 j
71,951,345 |
5,433,669
55,045,915
355,107

4,934,804,725 |

821
154
125
8
169
6
20
2

17,629,909
4,858,715
2,554, 704
63,962
2,745,128
405,575
421,585

31
373
2,454
22
1
405 |
19 |

25 I
802 I
99 !

'I
24 |

43 j
17
19
33
19

;
|
|
|

25 j

58 I
5

7,635 !

(l)
461,864
7,781,913
84,521
74,672,579
593,232

C1)
12,013,538
457,360
503,621
21,084,058
3,341,107
24,289
(L)

251,277
450,855
300,870
901,691
771,156
323,532
376,528
1,416,661
34,884
62,725
193,482,535

3,968
1,014
653
140
1,358
236
337
37
186
1,749
98
12,086
234
115
2,172
273
245
4,588
393
111
74
418
1,011
101
110
398
452
270
814
79

47,461 j

61,828,640
13,808,364
7,626,332
1,400,113
15,526,244
3,072,636
3,153,723

C1)
2,336,813
26,089,264
917,775
286,828,753
2,982,209

0)
36,313,485
5,143,452
2,190,054
74,032,794 j
6,609,119 |
1,119,795 I

w

!

3,576,699 j
11,445,180
940,411
1,688,456
3,481,375
4,988,086
3,757,003
8,445,845
936,849
5,791,064
755,531,225

3,260
500
231
64
613
48
105
9
184
1,315
13
6,816
63
14
968
71
128
3,042
343
33
12
155
439
30
91
167
136
93
494
18

26,833

41,105,302
7,021,089
3,100,112
856,096
8,652,565
669,550
893,852
1
C)

2,401,286
15,335,966
' 90,006
139,538,591
682,496

C1)
15,669,830
1,155,590
1,280,824
47,729,798
8,289,435
191,571
1
C)

1,470,961
6,190,920
305,430
2,626,856
1,498,130
1,360,221
961,449
5,800,744
118,385
1,391,826
414,759,135

I
1
States grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where one or two returns only appear under a distribution.

32,291
11,448
7,556
1,440
12,956
1,801
4,286
364
1,735
19,701
813
93,155
2,207
1,176
21,774
2,539
2,800
40,289
3,745
1,204
971
4,414
10,514
1,259
1,100
4,190
5,360
2,575
8,261
673

437,036

474,292,762
162,533,104
93,201,384
14,831,796
147,069,303
19,467,019
36,559,607
2,799,775
19,557,542
254,068,880
7,486,732
1,922,864,651
24,825, 826
9,219,055
318,822,511
66,811,462
24,968,572
643,243,991
65,257,163
% 882,947
7,474,252
39,867,675
113,278,037
14,281,206
14,628,955
42,216,464
49,697,247
30,170,809
87,614,595
6,523,787

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o

6,298,577,620

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FOR THE UNITED STATES.

to

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]

$3,000 to $4,000!
$3,000 to $4,000
$4,000 to $5,000
$5,000 to $6,000
$6,000 to $7,000
$7,000 to $8,000
$8,000 to $9,000
$9,000 to $10,000
$10,000 to $15,000...
$15,000 to $20,000...
$20,000 to $25,000...
§25,000 to $30,000...
$39,000 to $40,000...
$40,000 to $50,000...
$50,000 to $60,000...
$60,000 to $70,000...
$70,000 to $80,000...
$80,000 to $90,000...
$90,000 to $100,000..
$100,000 to $150,000.
$150,000 to $200,000.
$200,000 to $250,000.
$250,000 to $300,000.




Number
ofreturns.

All other incomes.

Incomes of m a r r i e d
women making returns separate from
husbands.

Number
of returns.

Income class.

Incomes of heads of families, including joint incomes of husbands and
wives.
Amount of
net income.

Amount of
net income.

69,088

$243,593,572

128

$365,211

60,532
43,908
30,601
22,062
16,641
13,031
37,322
18,484
10,518
6,516
8,084
4,513
2,940
2,039
1,429
1,146
878
2,356
1,044
592
334

271,115,051
239,719,020
197,490,141
164,558,031
140,686,524
123,095,243
450,998,077
316,009,943
230,971,754
172,975,951
270,076,571
191,995,661
153,602,500
124,670,060
100,688,143
90,955,138
78,086,571
270,839,710
167,648,902
123,234,875
84,992,556

160
159
135
136
127
134
536
479
559
543
825
612
427
353
279
251
191
562
302
178
113

623,784
731,799
689,139
688,228
681,560
827,765
4,079,528
4,670,957
5,426,729
5,883,845
11,666,894
10,687,791
8,014,742
8,347,384
6,919,213
7,321,741
5,682,773
19,639,352
14,276,058
10,789,630
8,061,749

Grand total.
Male.
Number
ofreturns.
2,674
8,422
7,470
5,180
3,732
2,731
2,063
1,666
4,872
2,425
1,416
897
1,180
668
399
306
226
180
121
343
160
93
57

Amount of
net income.
$9,309,435
30,999,663
33,273,443
28,246,679
24,118,374
20,403,693
17,476,827
15,784,394
59,230,409
41,759,614
31,610,427
24,491,039
40,637,105
29,616,538
21,788,663
19,712,506
16,809,559
15,188,501
11,507,383
42,655,107
27,597,316
20,636,557
15,410,894

Female.
Number
ofreturns.
2,304
2,634
4,025
2,941
2,137
1,651
1,255
954
3,115
1,709
1,019
642
804
430
282
203
132
96
75
201
80
41
36

Amount of
net income.
$8,076,428
9,280,419
18,032,009
16,146,081
13,867,335
12,355,803
10,631,674
9,049,667
37,825,200 j
29,544,483 j
22,888,665 |
17,601,535 j
27,851,457 j
19,177,271
15,383,327
13,075,904
9,863,575
8,076,422 !
7,101,369 I
24,221,149 j
14,027,809
9,118,072
10,064,988 !

Number
ofreturns.
74,066
11,056
72,027
52,029
36,470
26,444
19,959 j
15,651
45,309
22,618
12,953
8,055
10,068
5,611
3,621
2,548
1,787
1,422
1,074
2,900
1,284
726
427

Amount of
net income.
$261,344,646
40,280,082
323,044,287
284,843,579
236,164,, 989
198,005,755
169,476,585
148,757,069
552,133,214
391,984,997
290,897,575
220,952,370
350,232,027
251,477,261
198,789,232
165,805,854
134,280,490
121,541,802
102,378,0%
357,355,318
223,550,085
163,779,134
118, .530,187

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$300,000 to $400,000
$400,000 to $500,000
,
$500,000 to $1,000,000
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000
Classes grouped: 2
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000
$5,000,000 and over
Married women making returns separate
from husbands s
Grand total.




393
199
292
78
32
28
10

125,867,469
82,301,536

136

175,976,604
88,988,206
49,734,190

148 !
37 |
18 !

203,932,726

15
4
7
5

10,119,882 i
6,739,670 j
23,974,056
5,042,371
4,613,826

34 |
61 i
11 !

6,522,819
5,540,860 I
16,161,634 j
9,248,890 \
3,315,765

19,666,649
15,179,132
40,659,031
14,040,354
13,801,418

53,920,515

6,916,858

10,708,525

34
14
9
10

83,580,891
48,429,288
40,627,643
102,840,802

245

7,635
355,107

4,934,804,725

7,635 I

193,482,535

47,461

755,531,225

26,833

414,759,135 I

1 Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns appear under a distribution.
The combined net income of both husband and wife is shown in the grand total as one return in its proper income class.

2
3

376
97
42

162,176,819
109,761,198
256,771,325
117,319,821
71,465,199

469

437,036

i 298,577,620
,

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TABLE 5.^PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OP RETURNS BY STATES AND CLASSES, FOR THE UNITED
S T A T E S ; showing the number of returns in each State and class, also as distributed by sex and conjugal

to

conditions.

[Returns of net income filed for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

States and Territories.

Alabama. .
Alaska

.

44

351
53
152

268

243

California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia.
Florida
G eorgia
Hawaii .
Idaho
Illinois

166

15
24

475

59

20,865
4,380
9,455
1,315
6,692
1 760

4,085
848
1,461
185
1.590
379

655
94
199
23
317
49

3,443
1,110
754

Arkansas

445
40

989
2 241

Arizona

590

90
27

640

26

123
6,612

4,605

1.229
1,766

917
1,094

2,085

. . . 37,018

Indiana
Iowa
Kansas . .
Kentucky.. .
Louisiana

Distribution of returns by income class.
Total
number of $3,000 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000 $6,000 $7,000 $8,000 $9,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 $70,000 $80,000 $90,000
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
xo
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
returns.
$4,000i $4,000 $5,000 $6,000 $7,000 $8,000 $9,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50 000 $60,000 $70,000 $80,000 $90,000 $100,000

.

Maine
Maryland

6,940
8,440
4,283
3,849
4,494
2,783
9,516
31.470

192
137
6,725
1,408

920
163

430
3,884
717
1.474
167
1,305
304
150

35
135
288
2,438
499
1.116
135
859
217
443
125
94

107

14
59

10

149

1,803
349
812
109
485
181

1,250
241

349

230

613
77
325
106

71

66

69
3,229
570

67
2,300
410
504
304

50
115
954
190
413
67
237
79
193
53
46
1,722
341
350

75
9

235
24

106
3

51
2

41
2

19
5

n

39

110
214

59
89
963

27

20
22

32

13
7

83
778
151
373
55
141
57
125

2,067
541
1,114
139
591
194

265
582
80
277
66

50
531
137
299
53
160
50

101

44

58
61

34
28
41

77
46

99

55

670
408

142

410

197

475
296

246

117
134

125
511

93
348

53

29

193

217

123
474
164
98

212

370
1,188

193
632

486

336

1,023

5,533
1,856

796

4,998

3,560

243
852
2,509

112

276

480
1,562

161
102

1,001

666

1,365

976

3.439
1,297

1,680

1,728

1,415
541

1,159

196

660

206

815
332

166

1,372

652

272

116

153

70

59

743
176

372

120

343
75

377
214

104

55

31

27

999

718

575

428

1,295

625

354

224

283

Minnesota
MississiDDi

7,431
1,432

1,304
262

39

201

900
176

12,787

2,549

343

2,392

1,522

1,892
718
448

424

49
9
23
4
15
4

77

273
145

261

67

51
22

23S

672

1,447

84
19
65
16
23
5

470
48

196
ISO

140

1
1

760
108

236

816
681

3
2

605
108

333
269
160

336
388

95

2

19
18

563

743
885
499

935

4

4

26
22
6

76
3,679
688

125
94

4

60
41
11

85
25
40
35
6

23
1,313
288

1,816

5
2

132

33

95
34
19
1,018
160

4

212
49
140
28
59
12

336
65
210
34

345
106

163
66
38

3
1
g

23
385
103
278
36
105
19

485
553

175
88

11.294




77
224

125

727
379

2,199

Michigan..

Missouri

185
2S

45

34
94
20
31
4

35
26
12

43
8
17
3

6
7
2

9
12
3

10
7

201
36
12

123
16
7

124
11

9

11

23

14

7
16

8
4

31
21

33
12

14
12

9
5

91

55

35

326

232

94

62

169
48

32
131

46

28

14

71
8

4

1

126

89

64

36

2
1

w

3

H

7
16

£
tj

e

g

36 J5

6

o

2
2

^
M

3

1

O
O

8

§

65
4
6
5
9
3
22
92

33
27

29
22

29

19

6

Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire.
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina...
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina...
South Dakota....
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia....
Wisconsin
Wyoming........
Total

1,795
4,266
362
1,704
19,328
806
90.701
2.185
1,175
21,309
2.520
2,775
39.487
3 646
1,200
970
4,390
10,471
1,242
1,081
4.157
5.341
2,550
8.203
668




3,322
169
12,293
397
213
3.519
344
690
5.524
562
226
191
1,043
2,076
201
201
848
1.357
436
1 861
130 I

48
88
10
28

289
239
791
637
99
40
278
214
495 3,434 2.508
29
172
91
1741 18,820 10.313
40
383
317
21
265
185
417 3,413 2,645
40
371
294
68
522
349
919 6,092 4.803
59
510
419
23
246
167
20
200
157
119
796
528
255
22
20
98
133
50
205

429 401 74 ; 066 11 056

Married women making I
returns separate from ;
husbands 2
1 7,635;
Grand total

233
900
69
323

;
;
128 I.

1,877
212
187
723
1.034
445
1.506
103

1.378
141
138
521 |
643 ;
307 !
972 !

179
441
34
169
1,664
73
7.198
203
97

131
240
32
115 ;
1,221
58
5,483
143
81

1,828
235
234

1.311
189
174
2 552

3 346
297
128
92
353
892
115
93
381
439
218
672

228
00
54
264
732
71

82
120
204
154
203
384
14
10
23
68
167
66
658 1.985
909
55
26
32
1,199 3,392 9,810
227
94
102
107
42
56
798 2,366
995
285
104
140
245
81
126
1 956 | 1.550 4.551
168 !
135
454
60
41 ! 126
5o ;
180 j

43 |
139 |

507 ;
56 i

360 i

76 I
259 I

50 !
180 !

273 |
174 ;
481 !

237 I
114
347 |
2S !

I

- 4488i,
167 j
182 !
95 |
263 I

83
434
1,095
162
113
430
486
264
819

97
154
13
93
988
37
5,418
113
53
1.179
155
106
2,337
230
66
32
175
462
71
42
191
203
158
354

64

36

93

43
4
28

42
512
18
3,254
35
20
698
71
49
1,384
139
19
13
121
254
42
21
102
102
88
189
IS

311
6
M78
41
10
463
50
35
827
86
11
11
59
143
24
24
60
70
43
123

37
70 i

135

136 !

127 t

536 '

134

543

13
1
12
158

i
21
244
14 |
9
2,800 1,674 ! 1,091
38 ;
17 !
11
14 j
1
4
|
490 i
314j
183
56
40 I
34
26 I
10
32 :
573 j 421
1,104 ;
132
46 '
31
9
6
8
1
!4
47
18
76
51
159
11
29 j
4
21 j
30
78 j
21
52
21
38
145 |
16
6
42 !
376 !

2
9

1
3

1
4

11
109
3
792
2
4
112
21
5
296
24

5
73
4
563
4

4
50
2
472

4
50
1
372
2

85
22
4
211
21

1
75
12
4
160
17

67
8
3

us
8

1
9
32
5
10
11
10

26
6
6
13
13

7
22
4
6
7
6

4
13
2
2
8
5

825

437.036 74,194 11.056 72,187 52,188 136.605 ,26,580 ;20,0S6 15.785 45.845 23,097 13,512 \ 8,598 10,893

Non-taxable. Specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
' The net incomes of both husband and wife were combined and counted as one return in its proper income class.

o

3
o
o

S

5,611

!

1

5
3

9I

'2 027 52 029 36,470 126,444 (19.959 :15.651 45.309 22.618 ;12,953 '. 8,055 10,068

160

8
25 |

1,265

TABLE 5.— PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF RETURNS BY STATES AND CLASSES, FOR THE UNITED
STATES; showing the number of returns in each State and class, also as distributed by sex and conjugal conditions—Continued.

to
00

[Returns of net income filed for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
I

!

Distribution of returns by income class.

Distribution of returns b> sex
and conjugal conditions

MarSinjtferied
Heads
woof fammen
ilies inStates and Territories.
mak- Total
$100,000 $150,000 $200,000 $250,000 $300,000 $400,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $2,000,000 $3,000,000 $4,000,000 $5,000,000 cluding
ing nuinjoint
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
and
to
returns of rereturns
$150,000 $200,000 $250,000 $300,000 $400,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $2,000,000 $3,000,000 $4,000,000 $5,000,000 over. of hus- Men. Wosep- turns.
men. arate
bands
from
and
huswives.
bands, i
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa,




2

2

1,791

202
56

3

2

185
856

88
22

30
7

62

2

1

15
2

17
3

6

8

1

?

30
11

15
9

6
3

9

37
2
3

17

5

2

24
2

12
1

2
1

2

231

87

52

25

16

10

2

14
1

i

1

15

8 '
1 !

9
1

7
2

1
1

2
11

1
1

2
3

1

1

1

1

1

4

I

1

1

116
221

1,948
17,136 2,256
389
3 843
7,365 1,077
1,076
149
5,469
796
1,536
170
2,991
325

2,007

17

5

72

14
343

243
994
2,255

hri
_
^

21,208
4 435

Q
^
\J

1,473
148

1,013

258

9 713

90
427

31
116
19
1

1 346
6 808

54
127

1,779
3,444

853

170

87

1

661

75

18

34
2

25
1

35

23

1,594

507

756
37,525

284

1

2

31,813 3,611
6,023
633
7,547
597

64
57

7,004
8,497

Q

3

4

3

a

12

2
7
1

H
M

92
2

1

26

^
i-

296

1,144

Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana,
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New H a m p s h i r e . . .
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina. . . .
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
.South Carolina
South DakotaTennessee
Texas
.'
Utah
Vermont
Virginia




11
14
22
15
30
201
88
40
3
54
3
8

4I

3,846 I

334 j

1 |

!
3 ; 799 !

454 ;
515 I

2,206

an j

3,196

U) I
2 i

7,396

26
117

3 |

24,242

46

1 j

9,780

17

1 I

6,547

1

1,228

26

10,816
1,511
3,824
316

8

1,334

28 j

119
1
1,000
1
152
20
6
343
32

18 !

1 |
304 i
1i

16,264
695
191 |

71,799

1 !

1,888
1,046

45
3

2]
155

19 \

6 |
2 !
54
10

22 '
3 :
39

1

3,

I

9 !

it

2 ,

1 ;

i

3

1

1
3

2 !
1 |

18,169
2,176
2,402

2

1

31,857
2,910
1,056
8S4

1

3,817

12

9,021

1

1,111

1

880
3,592

The net incomes of both husband and wife were combined and counted as one return in its proper income class.

!

! ''m i
I 3,96S |
j 1,014 I
j 653 |
I 140 |
j 1,358 j
I 236 I
|
337 ;
!
37 j

103 |
199 I
180 !
250 j
846

3, 260
500
231
64
613
48
105
9
184

|
|
!
j

86

38
23
40
158
821
154
125
8

74
418
1,011
101
110
398

12 !
155 |
439 j
,

30 I

:
\
i

91 |
167 '

11,448
7,556
1,440

169
6
20
2

12,956

31
373

1,735

| I I 1,315 !
| 1,749 I
|
98 | 6,816 ! 2, 454
12,086 |
03 ;
234 :
1
14 I
:
;
115
968 !
465
2,172 i
19
71
273 j
25
128
245 I 3,042
802
4,588 I
99
343
393 ;
4
33
in

4,290
3,887
4,517
2, 823
9,674
32,291

1
24
43
17
19
33

1,801
4,286
364

19,701
813
93,155
2, 207
L.170
21,774
2,539
2,800
40,289

a
o
g

3,745
1,204
971
4,414
10,514
1,259
1,100
4,190

to
CD

TABLE 5— PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF RETURNS BY STATES AND CLASSES, FOR THE UNITED
STATES; showing the number of returns in each State and class, also as distributed by sex and conjugal conditions—Continued

co

[Returns of net incomes filed for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
Distribution of returns by sex
and conjugal conditions.

Distribution of returns by income class.

Single-

Married

j

Stales and Territories.

Heads
! of fami
ilics in$100,000 $150,000 $200,000 $250,000, $300,000 $400,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $2,000,000 $3,000,000 $4,000,000 $5,000,000 cluding
joint
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
and
returns
$150,000 $200,000 $250,000 $300,000! $400,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $2,000,000 $3,000,000 $4,000,000 $5,000,000 over.
of hus- Men.
!
bands
and
wives.
1

wo-

men
making
Wo- returns
separate
from
hus- 1

Total
numof returns.

bands.

Washington
West Virginia

17

4

4

17

6
11

4

32

2

1
1

5

1

4

2
1
2

1

4,753
2,187

1

6 895
571

Wyoming
Total
Married women making returns separate
from husbands l
Grand total




2,900

1,284

726

427

562

302

178

113
540

3,462

1,586
L

904

97

245

376

136

76

148

37

605

321

524

134

469

42

18
60

34

14

9

16

4

7

18

16

136

270
814

93
494

79

18

355,107 47,461 26,833

5

49

15

10

452

The net incomes of both husband and wife were combined and counted as one return in its proper income class.

O

58

5,360
2,575
8 261

5

673

19
25

CO
H

7,635 437,036

8

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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 6.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY OCCUPATION, FOR THE UNITED STATES; showing for each occupation the number of returns, net income, total tax, and relative percentages.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
Returns.

Occupations.

Accounting professions: Accountants, statisticians actuaries, etc
Architects
Artists* Painters sculptors etc
Authors editors reporters etc
Clergymen
Kngineers* Civil mining etc
Lawyers and judges
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons,
oculists, dentists, nurses and other medical
specialists
Public service* Civil
Public service* Military
. ..
Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, musicians, etc .
.
Teachers: From kindergarten to university;
also school and college officials
All other professions and occupations
Professions or occupations not stated
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, orchard ists etc
Bankers
. . . .
Real estate brokers: Agents and salesmen...
Stock and bond brokers
. ...
Insurance brokers
Brokers* All other
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
Commercial travelers
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers,
cashiers presidents, etc
Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen, office employees, etc
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
Insurance agents and solicitors
Labor, skilled and unskilled
Lumbermen...
Manufacturers ..
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers , commission merchants, etc
Mine owners and mine operators
Saloon keepers
.
Sportsmen and turfmen
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, etc.
All other business .
Business not stated
Grand total




Income tax (normal
and additional).

Net income.

Per
cent
each
Num- class
is of
ber.
total
number of
returns.

Per
cent

Amount.

each
class
is of
Amount.
total
net income returned.

4 229

0 967

$25,932,801

0 412

$183 911

1 419

325

13,701,121
7 651 573

218
121

' 154 108

24 077 768

382

323,518

786
2 529

179
579
382

118 767

Per
cent
each
class
is of
total
tax.

0 106
089
069
187

1 517
4 868

10,868,893
63 319 382

173
1 005

68 560
960 993

245,139,302

3 892

4 289 869

554
2 474

2 992

4 656
685

143 577 410
20 427 287

2 280
324

1 256 645
158 726

092

5 459

1 249

28 965 909

460

158 381

091

914

.209

11,128,927

.177

242 854

.140

2,919

.668

19,345,751

.307

117,961

.068

2,913
7,350

.667
1.682

28,637,580

.455
1.096

551,897
834,570

.318

14,407
6,518
6,146
2,839
1,414
7,479
85,465
12,274

3 297
1.492

129,642,432
206,970,133
72,256,877
116,425,299

1.406
.649
18,314,50]
.324
182 552 715
1 711
19.556 1,679,228,016
74,252, 624
2.809

2.058
3.286
1.147
1.848
.291
2.898

1 815 945
12, 296,089
1,451,288

26. 660
1.179

5,418,931
431,157
8 063 569
55.540,102
466,677

1.047
7.092
.837
3.125
.249
4.650
32.033
.269

53,060

12. 141

717,402, 707

11.390

15,522,667

8.953

38,388

8.784

255,234.302

4.052

1,828,982

2,752

.629

28,537,581

471,284

1.055
.272

7,243
2,304

58,551.346
16,104.057

. 256

148,586

1,319

1. 657
. 527
.302

.453
. 930

18,311,335

.291

230.012

.133

23,631

5.407

589,310,945

9.356

19,354.134

11.162

54.363

12.439

836.502,071

13. 281

21,192,547

2,554

.584
.299

115,288,799

7, 226,758
92. 601

12. 223
4.168

9.356,499

1.830
.149

. 056

.031
.197

22,420

1,671
6 628
21,273

20 348

1,311

69,038,685

245
Sll

.186

1,963,705
12,405,124

18,605

4.257

230,550,387

3.660

12,478

2.855

217,603,826

3.455

596,590

268,703
4,980,662
6,546,230

437.036 100.000 6,298,577,620 100.000 173,386,694

040

725

.481

.344
.086

.053
.013
.155
2.872

3.775
100.000

TABLE 7.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—INCOME FROM PERSONAL SERVICE AND BUSINESS, COMPARED WITH
INCOME FROM PROPERTY, FOR THE UNITED STATES; showing distribution by income dosses.

Oc

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
$5,000
to
$10,000

$10,000
to
$20,000

$20,000
to
$40,000

$40,000
to
$60, 000

$60, 000
to
$80,000

$80,000
to
$100,000

$188,62S, 430 $169,153,120
46,826,524
43,551,000

$424,660,444
128,256,084

$269,995,989
73,519,909

$172,997, 797
39,106,090

$65,464. 485
12,124,029

$40,375,463
8.244.522

$26,495,158
3.438,324

116,931,103

138,426,818

495,354,234

433,730,933

358,796,346

178,557,939

127,235,821

87,467,513

349,110,533

354,406,462

1,048,270,762

777,246,831

570,900,233

256.146,453

175,855,806

117.400,995 1

189.969.289

H

71.78

75.42

68.98

58.29

50. 64

45.39

46.15

42.11 I

44.06

^

68,042,119
36,776,609
6,248,404
1,102,954
470,530
24,587,123

55,492,678
34,346,439
8,220,842
2,423,386
1,547,831
13,453,587

160,146,557
121,265,774
37,470,921
5,722,261
2,501,580
144,286,827

114,920,918
111,378,347
57,658,129
7,936,062
4,235,728
260,083,061

71,316,661
97,317,698
56,074,118
6,398,942
4,356,263
321,060,222

31,179,080
48,466,802
32.238.469
4,236,760
2,420,011
189,683,943

l(i,351,2S6
31.136.739
20,419.671
2,238,940
1 469.351
133,595,894

13,546,483
21,672,133
17,570,323
2,486,484
1, 012,365
105,115,248

14,534,778
34,522,756
28,647.040
2,595,960
2,070,673
158,826,168

-1
Q
O
E

137,227,739

115,484,763

471,393,920

556,212,245

556,523,904

308,225,065

205,211,881

161,403,036

241,197,375

28.22

24.58

31.02

41.71

49.36

54.61

53.85

57.89

55.94

Total gross income
Less general deductions

486,338,272
184,713,544

469,891,225
146,846,938

1,519,664,682
482,416,705

1,333,459,076
389,340,865

1,127,424,137
265,342,165

564,371,518
114,105,025

381,067,687
80,981,343

278,804,031
54,884,133

431,166,664
73,811,346

Total net income

301,624,728

323,044,287

1,037,247,977

944,118,211

862,081,972

450,266,493

300,086,344

223,919,898

357,355,318

Items of income.

Income from personal service:
Salaries, wages, and commissions
Professions and vocations
Business, trade, commerce, and partnership gains and profits
Total income from personal service
and business
Fer cent of gross income
Income from property:
Rents
. . . .
Interest on notes, bonds, mortgages, e t c . .
Fiduciaries
Royalties
[ncome from foreign sources
Dividends
Total income from property
Per cent of gross income




$3,000
to
$4,000

$4,000
to
$5,000

!

!

$100,000
to
$150,000

$43,254,989
4,414,287
142,300,013

•.

H
m

l

^

Items of income.

Income from personal service:
Salaries, wages, and commissions
Professions and vocations
Business, trade, commerce, and partnership gains and profits

$150,000
to
$200,000

$200,000
to
$250,000

$250,000
to
$300,000

$300,000
to
$500,000

$500,000
to
•$1,000,000

$1,000,000
to
$1,500,000

$1,500,000
to
$2,000,000

$2,000,000
and over.

Grand total.

$18,431,126
2,564,864

$13,140,148
1,828,061

$8,677,036
653,943

$17,115,760
809,078

$11,629,173
1,747,824

$4,955,066
723,169

$2,275,768
29,764

$1,096,420
304,067

$1,478,346,372
368,141,539

90,529,907

64,541,895

42,806,662

118,450 523

94,301,312

45,427,471

23,110,933

84,293,962

2,642,263,385

111,525,897

79,510,104

52,137,641

136,375,361

107,678,309

51,105,706

25,416,465

85,694,449

4,488,751,296

40.82

41.60

37.10

41.82

35.02

37.11

31.10

28.58

53.76

8,778,729
21,445,028
19,881,884
1,521,088
2,052,441
108,031,135

6,384,904
15,110,547
11,623,952
1,712,244
1,085,463
75,720,234

4,331,252
10,136,157
11,242,198
733,278
1,052,289
60,813,345

9,528,241
22,964,702
26,098,384
1,840,289
1,928,647
127,339,717

8,806,313
23,193,909
28,963,395
692,609
2,010,663
136,169,725

5,288,025
11.677,838
7,954,908
34,719
963,073
60,707,271

7,618,940
5,422,439
3,708,263
67,697
577,410
38,906,751

5,652,640
20,732,459
5,774,348
139,380
3,763,462
178,088,374

601,919,604
667,566,376
379,795,249
41,883,053
33,517,780
2,136,468,625

161,710,305

111.637,344

88,308,519

189,699,980

199,836, 614

86,625,834

56,301,500

214,150,663

3,861,150,687

59.18

58.40

62.90

58.18

64.98

62.89

68.90

71.42

46.24

Total gross income
Less general deductions

273,236,202
49,686,117

191,147,448
27,368,314

140,446,160
21,915,973

326,075,341
54,137,324

307,514,923
50,743,598

137,731,540
20,411,719

81,717,965
10,252,766

299,845,112
24,366,488

8,349,901,983
2,051,324,363

Total net income

223,550,085

163,779,134

118,530,187

271,938,017

256,771,325

117,319,821

71,465,199

275,478,624

6,298,577,620

Total income from personal service and
business
Per cent of gross income
Income from property:
Rents . . . .
Interest on notes, bonds, mortgages, etc..
Fiduciaries
Royalties
Income from foreign sources
Dividends
Total income from property
Per cent of gross income




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TABLE 8.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—TAXES, DIRECT AND SOURCE, FOR THE UNITED STATES; distribution as to nontaxable returns, returns showing normal tax only, additional tax only, both normal and additional tax, and relative percentages.
[ Net income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
Returns.

Income subject to
normal tax.

Number.

Total subject to normal tax
Returns showing additional tax only:
Payin01 all direct
Paving direct and at source
Total subject to additional tax
Returns showing both normal and additional tax:
Paying all direct.
Paying direct and at source
Total subject to normal and additional tax
Total for the United States
1




Amount.

127 588

Returns showing only normal tax:
Paying all direct
Paj^ing all at source
Paying direct and at source

Per
cent.
29.19

$645,966,542

150.222

34.37
2.45
21.,85

1,113,969,918

10,723
95 489
256 434

Normal tax.

Tax paid at
source.

Per Amount. Per Amount.
cent.
cent.
10 26

Per
cent.

Additional tax.
Amount.

Per
cent.

2.01

4.06
30.71

7.175.665

4.14

34. 76

16.297,661

9.40

853.111,064

13.95

361,344
2,734,738

58.67

2,045,163,157

32.47 16,297.661

31.68

3.096.082

4,124

.95

22Q,585,039

3.50

1,788 |

.41

167,788,871

2.66

105,833

5,912 |

1.36

388,373,910

6.16

0

17.30
.43

Per
cent of
normal
tax
paid at
source.
....

§178,358

17.69 §8,897,257
224,739
1.24
13.54 7,175,665

78,082,175

Total tax, normal
Per
and additional. cent of
total
tax
Per paid at
Amount.
cent. source.

KN.Sy7.257 i 5.13
224.739
.13

H
2

160. 78 2 160. 78
38.11
38.11
19 00

19.00

o
$5,721,575

4.69 i

5.721,575

3.30

1.19

8,586,665

7.04 |

8,586,665

4.95

2

1. 23

(2)

105.833

1.19

14 30S 240

11 73

14.308,240

8.25

2

0.74

(2)

16,742.200

776,831,032

12.33 10,885,297

21.16

7.33

2.442, 242.979

38.78 24,257,600

47.16

5,524, 299

62.04

90,895,696

13.73
74.54

27,627,497
115,153,296

15.93
66.42

4.81

22.77

47,102 ' 10. 78

3,219,074,011

51.11 35,142,897

68.32

5, 524,299

62.04

107,637,896

88. 27

142,780,793

82.35

3.87

15. 72

173,386,694 100.00

5.14

17.31

15,066 ; 3.45
32.036

437,036 100.00

6,298,577,620 100.00 51,440,558 100.00

Specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.

2

8,904,572 100.00

121,946,136 100.00

Tax withheld at source exceeds normal tax due the Government.

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TABLE 9.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

STATES AND
TERRITORIES.

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware.......
District of Columbia...
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey




Total
number
I ofcorI poraItions rejporting.

Number of
corporation;
is,

3,361
1,936
206
90
1,390
540
2,344
1,644
17,986
8,654
2,986
7,479
4,852 ! 3,096
960
554
1,130
653
1,518
2,869
3,424
4,758
. 571
1
396
. 1,780 969
1
. 21,931 13,451
1
. 8,546
5,881
5,855
j 9,064
. I 4,467 3,299
3,439
5,405
2,380
3,705
1,949
3,084
2,584
4,039
8,350
13,273
6,362
9,823
5,916
9,276
1,148
1,653
8,901
14,262
2,019
3,613
3,329
4,561
939
318
1,052
748
5,750
9,777

Per
cent of
total
number
of corpora- Gross income.
tions reporting
in each
State.
57.60
43.69
38.85
70.14
48.11
39.93
63.81
57.71
57.79
52.91
71.96
69.35
54.44
61.33
68.82
64.60
73.85
63. 63
64.24
63.20
63.98
62.91
64.77
63.78
69.45
62.41
55.88
72.99
33.87
71.10
58,81

Total
deductions.

$152,706,812
$106, 814,035
2,833,021
2,088,118
81,581,266
SO! 657,007
440.927
73,232,318
962,254,619
682! 302,050
238,993,105
18i: 949,887
834,382,109
645, 170.710
221,569, 789
85! 298; 891
242,882,222
201", 421,241
63; 806,729
81,477,552
194, 587,307
251,095,946
101,055,901
55, 351,265
26, 924,633
37.741,867
3,168; 454,041 2,406', 308,629
357, 512,178
459,263,546
208, 362,402
265,972, 786
248, 676,965
352; 747,535
211, 488,773
278,007,892
158, 569,779
211,202,896
129, 685,789
167,998,563
356. 098,100
443,382,103
1,772,712,308 1,305; 208,646
805, 196,782
1,180,450,526
540! 398,483
746,083,812
36' 972,856
48,355,712
748; 498,729
971,129,331
107,727,076
74, 146,767
144,812,843
109, 069,989
14,092,883
10. 314,571
140,754
70, 138,825
85,002,478
770,
1,015,845,736

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Per
cent of;
total I
normal ; r
tax. i r
I

$45,892,777 !
744,903 |
30,924,259
24,791,391 |
279,952,509 I
57,043,218 :
1S9.211.399 '
13ti'. 270', 898
41,460', 981 j
17,670,823
56,508,639
45,704,636 |
10, 817; 234 !
762,145,412 j
101,751,368 !
57, !)10,a84 i
104,070,570 !
66,519,119 !
52,633; 117 |
38,312,774 i
87,284,003
467,503,662
375,253, 744
205,685,329
11,382,856
222,630,602
33,580,309
35,742,854
3,778,312
14,861,724
245,706,911

$912,402 !
14,636 j
619,181 j
487,130 I
5,458,102 I
1,115,854
3.713.3S4 !
2! 894'. 425 i
' 778;274
351,040
1,082,190
889,751
212,52(5 ;
15,014,845 I
2,001,337 I
1,113,903 1
2,073,911 I
1,303,454 I
1,047,775 j
744,773 i
1,658,036 i
8,927,594 |
7,362,945 |
4,053,243
222,380
4,347,717
663,332
70i; 490
75,148
285,939
4,819,514

0. 53
.01
.3(5
.28
3.18
. 65
2. 10
1. 08
.45
.20
.63
.52
.12
8. 74
1.16
.05
1.21
. 70
.61
.43
.97
5.20
4.29 i
2.36
.13
2.53
.39 I
.41 I
.04
.17
2.81 i

I Per
I cent of
[number
of corTotal
pora- Gross income.: deductions.
^ : t ions rens porting
I in each
| State.

Deficit.

1

1,425
11(5
850
700
9,332
4,493
1,750
40(5
477
1,351
1,334
175
Sll

1,'JSO
1,325
1,135
1,455
4,923
3,461
3,360
505
5,361
1,594
i; 232
(521
304
4,027

I
j
!
i
'

$26,634,373
2^590,113
11,072,645
12, (;97, 495
205,78(5,304
42,77i;522
52; 441;, 991
2,238,316 ,
16,179,420
19,142,666
29, 501,342
4,992,900
9;002;772
1.S9,1S4,120
3 L IS ! 47, 847, 292
35. U) ; 42,200,433
18, 727,107
22,524,65S
35.76 I 23,877,120
36. SO 1 26, 270,020
36.02 I 25,604,140
37.09
153,413,973
35.23
84,176,870
36.22
52,271,961
30.55
11,018,624
117,530,228
37. 59
10,635,369
44.12
10,143,256
27.01
7,579,762
66.13
10,504,791
28.90
85,875,061
41.19
42.40 I
56.31 ;
61.15 !
29.86 i
51.89
(50. OS
36.19
42. 29
42.21
47.09 i
28.04
30.(55
45.5(5 !

$33,182, 229
2,928,058
22,481,702
14,934,862
304, 631, 427
55,812,044
05,489,719
3, 537; 004
18,191, 800
23,491,838
34,977,389
6,248,044
10,936,899
217,780,179
55,833,280
58; 32i; 696
21.275,294
28', 086,178
29; 807,109
30,205,459
30,268,153
181,500,346
97,969,398
64,481,856
12, 733,623
136,530,200
14.131^ 910
12; 330^109
9,671,820
11,888,712
100,473,717

GO
H
$0, 547 856
331 945
1 409 057
1
2 237 367
98 845 123
1 040 522
3
1 042 728
3
I 298 688
2 012 380
4 349; 172
5 47(5 047
1 255 144
1 934 127
28 596 059
7 985 988
15 055' 2(v>
(
2 548, 187
5 561, 520
5,929,989
3,936, 433
4, 664, 013
28, 086, 373
13, 792, 528
12,209, 895
1 714, 999
,
18,999, 972
496, 5 1
4
186, 853
2,
092, 058
2,
1,383, 921
14, 598, 656

i-^
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0
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0
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TABLE 9.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

STATES AND
TERRITORIES.

Total
number
of corporations reporting.

Per
cent of
total
Num- number
ber of of corcorpo- pora- Gross income.
rations. tions re-

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

$23,790,959
6,025,476,249
223,884,841
24,813,309
1,463,582,421
128,460,761
69,874,112
2,791,861,222
167,062,686
92,325,300
21,757,866
182,011,707
369.592,692
102,266,290
38,911,618
301,007,145
191,036,504
172,156,553
463.963,693
19,750,240

$15,138,195
2,274,661,422
60,882,803
10,664,421
630,144,978
112,338,867
18,732,510
1,122,447,066
71,874,276
23,512,698
7,924,094
48,737,212
123,581,835
57,600,820
9,201,351
93,482,931
53,468,785
66,409,707
132,762,577
8,895,659

$303,499
44,464,771
1,200,185
207,064
12,364,799
2,196,340
357,644
22,276,545
1,395,766
445,222
155,845
949.638
2,352,057
1,145,035
180.639
1,709,418
1,054,032
1,314,023
2,615,579
170,818

Per
cent of Numtotal
ber of
normal corpotax.
rations.

porting
in each
State.

New Mexico
New York
North C a r o l i n a . . . . . . . .
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Total




979
44, 632
5,021
2,769
17,660
7,150
5,022
20,460
2,133
3,915
2,442
4,670
8,693
3,481
905
5,950
9,908
4,381
11,635
1,291

474
27,777
3,438
2,220
12,251
3,431
2,108
12,899
1,353
2,390
1,744
2,961
5,827
1,616
609
3,457
4,071
2,668
6,857
694

341,253 206,984

48.42
62.24
68.47
80.17
69.37
47.99
41.98
63.04
63.43
61.05
71.42
63.40
67.03
37.72
67.29
58.10
41.09
60.90
58.93
53.76

$38,929,154
8,300,137,671
284,767,644
35,477,730
2,093,727,399
240,799,628
88,606,622
3,914,308,288
238,936,962
115,837,998
29,681,960
230,748,919
493,174,527
159,867,110
48,112,969
394,490,076
244,505,289
238,566,260
596,726,270
28,645,899

60.65 32,531,096,969 23,765,187,985

<>
^

8,765,908,984 171,805,150

0.18
25.88
.70
.12
7.20
1.28
.21
12.97
.81
.26
.09
.55
1.37
.67
.10
.99
.61
.76
1.52
.10

505
16,855
1,583
549
5,409
3,719
2,914
7,561
780
1,525
698
1,709
2,866
1,865
296
2,493
5,837
1,713
4,778
597

100.00 134,269

Per
cent of
number
of corporaTotal
tions re- Gross income. deductions.
porting
in each
State.

51.58
37.76
31.53
19.83
30.63
52.01
58.02
36.96
36.57
38.95
28.58
36.60
32.97
53.58
32.71
41.90
58.91
39.10
41.07
46.24

$3,782,125
662,271,248
14,830,010
4,139,530
132,267,179
16,071,038
47,184,563
223,858,463
11,059,752
12,051,591
4,054,413
27,629,696
68,884,266
14,013,260
14,046,626
30,635,736
65,869,379
23,421,111
43,582,041
2,368,369

Deficit.

$4,886,261
801,492,479
18,766,847
5,165,889
155,301,837
22,198,014
60,662,329
279,582,508
12,893,990
18,490,572
6,762,566
33,578,990
82,003,312
18, 111, 532
15,263,517
36,730,254
86,610,429
27,569,277
53,932,208
3,302,592

$1,104,136
139,221,231
3,936,837
1,026,359
23,034,658
6,126,976
13,477,766
55,724,045
1,834,238
6,438,981
2,708,153
5,949,294
13,119,046
4,098,272
1,216,891
6,094,518
20,741,050
4,148,166
10,350,167
934,223

39.35 2,796,534,046 3,453,438,457

656,904,411

Ul

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Ul

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TABLE 10.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR THE UNITED STATES.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

INDUSTRIES.

Per
Total
cent of
numtotal
ber of
numcorpo- Num- ber of
rations ber of corporeport- cor- rations
poraing.
tions. reporting in
each
industry.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net
income.

Normal
tax.

Per
cent
of
total
normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Per
cent of
total
number of
corporations
reporting in
each
industry.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions

Deficit.

in

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for
elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal hus- j
bandry
|
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
,
Copper mines
,
,
Gold and silver and precious metals..
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
,
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals




0.31 1,3771 54.45 $13,336,411 $19,516,672
.16J 1,056; 54. lSj 11,239,066 15,124,428
. 16j
642j 40.50!
6,957,545 10,523,895

45.55
45.82
59.50\

$74,013,018
85,864,971
43, 647.354

l,21l|

47.48

66,384, 725

51,971,904

14,412,821

285,394

7,274! 3,563

269,910,068

200,047, 63:

69,862,431

1,376, Coll

.80

2,698 1,833 67.94
134 28.21
475
161 16.81
958
110 44.90
245
151 45.07
335
256 46.04
556
3,303 1.798 54.44
950 27.96
3,398

674, 408,
555}385,
54,693,
87,796,
112,587,
305657,
498,765,
168,416,

553,325, 711
284,298, 834
39, 786,607
60,153,134
46,762,292
26,048,620
261,970,181
111,483,364

2.399.000
5,394; 793
288,00
541,588
1,311,887
91,769
4, 695,815!
1,123,698|

1.40
3.14
.17
.32
.76
.05
2
-73|

968 5,393

$46,660,017 $27,353,001
71,915,995! 13,948,976
29,499:721! 14,147,633

$535,2441
277,946|
278,067}

2,529! 1,152
1,949!
893
1,585!
943

$6,180,261
3,885,362
3,560,350

a
o
(72

52.52

29,772,447

39,647,648

9,875,201

^

3,711j 51.02

61,305,469

84,812,643i

23,507,174

a
o

. DO

865
341
797
135
184
300
1,505
2,448

32.06
71.
83.19
55.10
54.93
53.96J
45.56i
72.04

85,819,646'
10, 733,719j
20,487, 729i
15,277,318;
5,964,489!
8,410,294|
22,086,042!
33,707,080!

104,541,982
16,413,564
28,002,811
17,598,183
7,545,409
10,171,460
37,082,492
51,903,824

18, 722,336
5,679,845
7,515,082
2,320,865
1,580,920
1,761,166
14,996,450
18,196,744

45.06 2,182,712,092 1,383,828,743 798,883,349 15,846,557J 9.22

6,575

54.941 202,486,317| 273,259,725

70,773,408

121
271
14;

os;
236'
56,

830
120
086
620
116
325
209
043

636i

Co

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TABLE 10.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR THE UNITED
STATE S—Continued.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Per i

INDUSTRIES.

cent of
Total
total
number of Num- numcorpo- ber of ber of
rations
P
report- p ora- rations
ing.
report-

Per

Gross
income.

Total
le duct ions.

Net

I Normal

income. !

tax.

tions.

ing in
each
industry.

S

21 i
22 I
23 !

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:'
;
Food and kindred products—
3,035 2,091 G8.90
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and
05.08
oysters, fruits and vegetables).. 1,180
12 40.15
Oleomargarine
20
Slaughtering and meat packing,
359
77.541
463
and meat products
!
5801 72.201
811
Bread and bakery products
i
142! 83.53|
170
Coffee and spices
;
Flour mills and gristmills
j 1,087 l , 3 3 0 | 79.191
Sugar refining (not including beet j
189| 81.12
sugar) and molasses
I
233i
27} 90.00
Beet sugar
30'
039
00.84
950 !
Confectionery and ice cream
531
62.54
Food preparations, all other
j
849 i
Total, food and kindred prod- |
nets
| 9,440
Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps..
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods.
Men's clothing
Women's clothing




cent
of
total
normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Per
cent of
total
number of
corporations
reporting in
each
industry.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

W
H

$94,740,012 $15,145,088|

$300,089

0.18

18, 764,982!
1,014,739!

363.300
20; 295

.21
.01

405 34.32

53.85J

11,986,831
1,140,511

13,818,283
1,330,049;

1,831,452
190,138

73,294,303! 1,458,138
15, 739,852) 21)9,746
3,419,077!
66,979
37,271,191!
718,502

.16
.04
.42

104
225
28
35l|

22.40i
27.74!
16.47J
20.81'

4,497, 033
9,009,735
703,886
9,084,99:

5,471,98al
10,859,234
816,737
11,728,8291

974, 352
1,189,499
112.851
2, 043; 832

96^875,40'
18,638,090
10,940,446
38,518,22^

1,874,479
311,786
214,546
757,616

.18
.12
.44

44
3
317
318

18.88
10.00
33.16
37.46

18,209,605
30,196
14,686; 226
9,422,133

19,709,486
31, 788
10,586,9261
11,874,218

1,499,881
1,592
1,900 700
2,452,085

6,6871 70.84 1,390, 081,215jl, 060,459,213 329,622,002

6,355,536

3.70

2,753

29.16 101,765,191 115,216,8001

13,451,609

20.41
11.24
12.95
35.21
19.35
15.50
17.26
20.551
28.32|

214,057
49,203
2,218,096
500,546
915,988
913,379

78
891
79
1,336! 1,163
207
173
744J
600
484:
409
614!
508
6521
518
9501
681

79.59
88.76
87.05
64. 79
80.65
84.50
82.74
79.45
71.68

$109,885,100
82,159,3.51
0,800,571

03, 394,309
5, 851,832

280,771,099
149,839,838
14,202,(541
149,178^)81

207,470, 790
134, 099,980
10,842,9G4
111,907,490

317,905,309 221, 029,902
42, 007, 068 23,368,978
65,175,872 54,235,420
172,029,685|

48,172,777'
32,251,166!
557,357,827!
25,268, 777'!
123,677,342j
156,963,916!
204,151,894
79,266.9201
69,840;044i

133,511,458

39,076,569
19,992,002
429, 094,811
20, 642,681
100,576,623
117,193,669
141,754,342
64,058,220
59,334,108

Co
00

096,208
174,495 .10
259,164
244,208 .14
263,016 2,440,105 1.42
626,096
86,626 .05
100,719
441,093 .26
770,247
748,307 .44
397,552 1,164,975 .68
208,700
294,233
,171
505,936!
196,5091
• 111

944

20
10
173
94
144
75
106
134
269!

31.10 $21,733,438 $22,988,665! $1,255,227

668, 839
343, 454
,231, 770
,664, 729
,564, 636
,403, 605
348, 686
271, 119
937, 457|

882,896
392,657
23,449,8661
6,165,275)
5,480,624
5,316,984
8, 785,129
5,904,535
11,342,452

1,436,443
633,416
1,404,995

O

3
o
o

Men's and women's other
nishings
All other

33

fur-

20,271,856
57,611,703

394 983
1, 123, 549

?3
65

210

27.99
20.61

7, 7!31 432
5, 111, 877

8,265.974
5, 977,243

1,034,542
865,366

5,607

79.30 1,589,120,839 1,206, 009, 642 383,111,197

7, 309, 083

4. 25

1, 464

20.70

71, 777, 604

81, 963,635

10,186,031

1,018
9,078

796
6, 614

406,439
430,981. 668 425,319,627
78.19 856.301,
72.86 2,206,093, 989 1,501, 996; 651 704,097,338 13, 735,481

4. 89
8. 00

222
2,464

21.81 15,730, 561 17, 989.524
27.14 123,193, 870 145,396,994

2,258,963
22,203,124.

Total, iron and steel p r o d u c t s . . 10,096

36

7,410

73.40 }. 002,395, 284 1,932, 978, 319 1,129,416,965 22 141, 920 12. 89

2, 686

26.60 138, 924, 431 163, 383,518

24,462,087

3,350
1,357

2,212
975

60.03
71. 85

318,949, 872
110,377, 812

264, 449, 234
90, 323, 146

54,500,638
20,054,666

1, 071,136
388,290

62
23

1, 138
382

33. 97
28.15

86, 355, 830
13, 583, 762

99, 206,085
16, 049,191

12,850,255
2,465,429

2,422

1, 743

71.97

195,068, 796

154, 940, 423

40,128,373

780, 779

45

679

28.03

21, 864, 699

25, 709,176

3,844,477

7,129

4,930

69.15

624,396, 480

509, 712, 803 114,683,677

2, 240, 205

1. 30

2, 199

30.85 121, 804, 291 140 964,452
..=

19,160,161

451
538
511

82 90
79. 70

170 699 803
222; 968 160
GO,563 550

96 405 04s
179 856 4 6 ?
40 835,004

1 469 157

86
4,8

589
809

7,071

Iron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steel works, and
rolling mills. .
Foundry and machine shops

35

818
1,019

Total, textiles and their products

34

Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

37
38
39

Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished p r o d u c t s Leather, tanned, curried, and
finished.
Boots and shoes
All other

40
41
42

544
675 \
'

72.01
79.39

98 463 113
193,707, 063

78,191. ''57
136, 095, 360

74,294,755
43,111,698
19,728,546

819 589
3 8 4 102

22

93

137
165

17.10
20.30
24.41

2 661 398
837 160
3 645,895

3 511,573
10 998,881
4 165,366

850,175
1,161,721
519,471

Ul

H
rn
H
O
ffi
O
taj

Total, leather
products

and

finished

Paper and printing:
Paper and wood pulp . .

43
45
46
j

Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing
and publishing
(engraving,
stereotyping, and electrotyping, type founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing

47
48
49

Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and b e v e r a g e s . . .




1, 89"

1,500

234

901

i 5UI 1 271
7, 881! 5,373

79.16

454,231 513

fi- on

319 634 690
546. 283 956

72.56

39,502 493

2 672 848

1 56

395

20.84

16 144 453

44

33

224 SIS 663
473 225 882

94 816 027
73,058,074

1 904 4Q7
1 408,782

1 11
82

2 508

14.10
15.60
31.82

1 989,158
1 522 597
OSS 401
14 089 07K
96, 371 840 108 556,967

33 714 471

27.44

5,788,022

114,792

07

166

71.23 1,017,707 ,721

804,943 066 212,764,655

4 180 498

2 44

2 942

192
73C
704

68.82
78 83
65.31

121,115 ,631
345,016 6 3 <i
43,633 947

103 .206 ,501
289 446 637
33 ,953 324

17,909,130
55^ 569,998
9,680,623

349,088
1 082.207
189 158 1

20
63
11

87
196
374

31.18
21.17
34.69

2,283 J 1,626

71.22

509,766 ,213

426,606 ,462

83,159,751

1 620 453

94

657

28.78

60S

439

10,22P

7,284

279!
9261
1,0781

18 675,820

2,531,367
O

11O nor>

84 40
68.18

317 096 514 137,134, 999

466,561
2 005 673
12,185,127

4 625,291

536,478

28.77 114 066 655 129,260,494

15,193,839

3,390,678
29.030.599
6 868,906

4 006,522
32 554,810
3 190,687

615,844
3,524,211
1,321,781

39 2 9 0 , 1 8 3

44 ,752,019

.^

5,461,836

4 088 813

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STATE S—Continued.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating...
Oils, and oil products
Taints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other
Total, chemicals
products

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net
income.

Normal
tax.

Per
cent Number of
of
total cornor- poramal tions.
tax.

Per
cent of
total
number of
corporations
reporting in
each
industry.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

CO

1,077
415
348
884
592
750
260
221
2,091

674
292
222
572
468
445
193
149
1,358

62.58 $249,688,927 $138,995,734 $110,693,193 $2,159,618
63,733,180 39,800,182 23,932,998 i 427,914
70.36
84,691,281 57.277,666 27,413,615
63.79
546,488
64.71 153,038,421 100) 884,705 52,153,716 1,000,286
84,872,936 58,847,380 26,025,556
79.05
510.424
40,167,842 26,066,268 14,101,574 i 279,2C4
59.33
74.23 473,730,415 298,190,382 175,540,033 3,472,013
67.42
46,425,862 31,440,118 14,985,744 ! 263,698
64.95 531,328,313 281,823,085 249,505,228 I 5,115,279

1.26
.25
.32
.58
.30
.16
2.02
.15
2.98

403 37.42
123 29.64
126 36.21
312 35.29
124 20.95
305 40.67
67 25.77
72 32.58
733 35.05

18,608,013

$2,852,893
737,934
510,227
2,137,967
428,156
885,899
41,397,554
335,463
5,791,282

47,533,912 102,611,287

55,077,375

$5,934,154 $8,787,047
1,965,730 2,703,664
2,003,857 2,513,084
12,709,513 14,847,480
2,526,492 2,954,648
3,294,295 4,180,194
4,826,010 46,223,564
1,458,130 1,793,593
12,816, 731

and allied
6,638 4,373

Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
1,156
ClayBrick and tile
, 1,421
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay,
etc
361
Allother
161
Glass and glass products
616
Total, stone, clay, and glass
products




Number of
corporations.

Per
cent of
total
number of
corporations
reporting in
each
industry.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

4,205

65.88 1,727,677,177 1,033,325,520 694,351,657 |13,774,924 8.02

277
102
446

63.67
58.30

85,280,109
52,540,985

62.21

312
674

94,735,369

76.73
63.35
72.40

55,467,429
14,219,381
123,421,238

2,695 j 64.09 425,664,511

2,265

34.12

66,759,320
45,531,292

18,520,789
7,009,693

366,376
139,393

.21
.08

178 36.33
482 41.70

5,624,641
13,709,239

6,707,697
15,925,419

1,083,056
2,216,180

76,340,537

18,394,832

355,332

.21

537

37.79

18,097,022

20,782,797

2,685,775

45,276,613 10,190,816
9,408,767 4,810,614
93,990,774 29,430,464

200,359
95,298
577,926

.12
.05
.34

59
170

23.27
36.65
27.60

3,690,575
1,371,9$)
8,467,789

4,338,110
1,612,084
9,514,068

647,535
240.144
1,046,279

1,734,684

1.01

1,510 I 35.91 I 50,961,206

58,880,175

7,918,969

337,307,303

88,357,208

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iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and
bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars,
etc.)
All other




5,162,627
739,879

860,514
406,757

1,627

31.75

65,283,107

81,235,611

15,952,504

67
802

30.59

3,492,731
21,926,849

504,827,506
41,108,623

301,154,022 203,673,484
25,941,017 15,167,606

3,997,218
296,550

.17

496
182

39.18
34.02

70.19
36.00

252,958,855
8,122,916

204,138,202
6,409,983

970,918
32,300

.57
.02

32

68.25 1,602,254,5
60.56
64.84
63.11

209,694,050
103,249,729
134,170,926

65.54 94,611,019
65. 05 207,513,788
126 74.56 12,918,288
122 65.24 79,060,931
1,387 58.72 92,761,719
2,710 I 1,460 53.87
777 I 460 59.20
6,835 I 4,742 69.38

184,390,443
48,329,595
516,126,008

48,820,653
1,712,933

1,036,891,876 565,362,713 11,009,903
1,080,643
631,983
766,995

.63
.37
.45

269
96
370

39.44
35.16
36.89

17,389,832 18,965,416
5,203,909
4,262,749
9,111,110 11,408,614

1,575,584
941,160
2.297,504

70,896,132
148,039,338
8,772,065
59,288,539
80,032,865

23,714,887
59,474,450
4,146,223
19,772,392
12,728,854

466,274
1,167,064
77,230
393,301
242,371

.27
.68
.04
.23
.14

163
209
43
65

975

34.46
34.95
25.44
34.76
41.28

7,487,367
5,959,177
14', 470,447 16,830,780
928,409
836,884
15,413,137 17,113,405
43,912,866 49,366,900

1,528,190
2,360,333
91,525
1,700,268
5,454,034

163,225,961 21,164,482
37,491,817 10,837,778
374,585,747 141,540,261

417,011
215,199
2,762,624

.24
.13
1.60

1,250
317
2,093

46.13
40.80
30.62

77,737,013
13,115,064
58,103,546

:8,596,320 191,306,937 ! 3,766,114 2.19
74.88 819,903,257
59.86 4,124,405,746 3,325,900,265 798,505,481 115,628,776 9.10
62.25 562, 672,031 476,549,618 86,122,413 ! 1,669,587 .97
71.10 701,167,222 469,526,220 231,641,002 j 4,494,489 2.62
44,079,121 18,765,277 i 367,977 .21
70.10
62,844,398
79.10 285,759,261 265,763,719 19,995,542 j 378,135
.22

6,533
6,154

4,598
4,127

70.38
67.06

22,897 15,793

68.97 (7,341,367,734 5,800,291,604 1,541,076,130 30,160,766

12,822,846
2,616,355
20,598,813
51. OO1

47.30 124,348 ! 30.37 1,027,862,858! 1,249,245,248 221,382,390

2,879
1,147
785
716
1,435
106

370,315,818 118,005,630 ! 2,357,231
219,560,523 | 76,733,848 | 1,498,457

90,559,859
15,731,419
78,702,359

4.78 | 5,850 ! 36.40 j260,311,825 312,298,437

3,845
1,916
1,261
1,007
2,047
134

488,321,448
296,294,371

7,533,849
1,468,070

155,520,778 54,173,272
70,887,832 ! 32,361,897
94,424,346 ! 39,746,580

Grand total, manufacturing «ind !
i
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mechanical industries
;80,176 55,828 | 69.63 14,086,122,038 9,928,496,138 4,157,625,900181,260,749

Total, public utilities

4,302,113
333,122

.92
2.40

Total, miscellaneous industries...16,069 |10,219 | 63.60 1,682,826,496 1,263,165,420 419,661,076 | 8,220,695

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power
companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and s u b u r b a n .
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other

29.81
64.00

1,576,449
4,136,468

60.82
65.98

Total, metals and metal products other than iron and steel.
Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and
harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other

742,652
4,940,662

27,140,268
8,088,024

4,235,383
26,867,511
34,674,117
9,556,094

69.41 204,309,652 118,440,382 85,869,270
72.28 j 590,927,037 380,808,270 210,118,767

1.37
.87
17.56

966 25.12 43,434,417 49,257,484
769 | 40.14 196,048,836 231,712,629
476 37.75 110,071,729 125,935,887
291 28.90 36,409,192 42,965,475
612 : 29.90 7,220,492 10,733,332
821,498
28 20.90
767,614

5,823,067
35,663,793
15,864,158
6,556,283
3,512,840
53,884

27,792,227
53,337,337

2,461,470
7,064,960

7,104- 31.03 465,555,414 542,555,869

77,000,455

1,935 29.62 25,330,757
2,027 : 32.94 46,272,377

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CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Per

INDUSTRIES.

cent of
Total
total
numnumber of
ber of
corpo-1
rations1 cor- corporeport- pora- rations
ing.
tions. .reporting m

Gross
income,

j
Total
i deductions.

Net
income.

Normal
tax.

each
industry.

Per
cent
of
total
normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Banks and insurance companies:
!
Banks—
!
S567.310.307 S385.504.080 $181,806,227 $3. 618,686 2.11 I 401
National banks
! 7, 637 7,236
Savings banks and State banks . . '17,302 ; 16', 079 ! 92.(31 401,495,954 ; 277; 169', 547 124',326; 407! 2^,473,845 1.44 | 1,283
94,466,946 1,854,323 1.07
Trust companies
I 1,804 | 1,604 j 88.91 319,138,567 224, 671,621
200

Per
cent of
total
number of
corporations
reporting in
each
industry.

Gross
income.

Total

deductions.

Deficit.

25

5
5.25 $13,893,337 $26,941,251
7.39 15,167,351 19,727,455
5,848,239 7,937,112
11.09

$13,047,914
4,560,104
2,088,873

54,605,818

19,696,891

887,345,248

400,599,580 7,946,854

4.62

1,884

7.03

262
313
798
; 1,193
;
24
I
36

69. 13 978,106,007 932,706,213
83. 47 449,488,784 392,659,010
5,219,446
283,478
99. 87
76. 38 132,076,156 114,056,906
22,117; 956 19, 779,456
92. 31
912,565
1,295,510
53. 73

45,399,794
902,648
56,829,774 1,144,608
4,935,968
98,746
18,019,250
360,459
2,338,500
46,773
382,945
5,441

.53
.66
.06
.21
.03
.00

117
62
1
369
2
31

30.87
16.53
.13
23.62
7.69
46.27

99,163,276 106,564,371
30,457,964 32,337,958
3,267
65
31,542,006 36,383,424
5,135,350 5,524,163
213,103
181,856

7,401,095
1,879,994
3,202
4,841,418
388,813
31,247

2,626

81.86 1,588,303,859 1,460,397,628

127,906,231 2,558,675

1.49

582

18.14 166,480,517 181,026,286

14,545,769

Grand total banks and insurance companies
30,011 j27,545

91.78 2,876,248,687 2,347,742,876

528,505,811 10,505,529

6.11

8.22 201,359,444 235,632,104

34,272,660

Total, banks
93 i
94 I
95 !
96 S
97 I

Insurance c o m p a n i e s Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allother

'26, 803 24,919 I 92. 97 1,287,944,828
379
375
799
1,562
26
67

Total, insurance c o m p a n i e s . . . . 3, 208

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
99
Wholesale jobbers
100
Real estate
101
Amusement companies.
102
Hotels and restaurants..
103

10,765
11,514
4,574
2,871

!

728
9,094
6,314
2,892
1,970

Total, merchandising companies... 30,583 20,9




84.75
84.48
54.84
63.23
68.62

255,876,947
993,721,291
140,016,981
142,587; 254
241,942,800

199,034,033 56,842,
678,090,361 315,630,
91,821,580 48,195,
124,067,150 18,520,
216,256,342 25,686,

18.65 1,774,145,273 1,309,269,466

34,908,927

1,058,778
6,153,999
949,229
370,277
504,869

.62
3.58
.55
.22
.29

131
1,671
5,200
1,682
901

15.25 17,456,491
15.52 57,390,255
45.16 51,750,410
36.77 60,011,629
31.38 58,613,964

24,077,512
76,477,936
77,388,845
70,922,520
63,902,993

6,621,021
19,087,681
25,638,435
10,910,891
5,289,029

464,875,807 9,037,152

5.26

9,585

31.35 245,222,749 312,769,806

67,547,057

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117,1701 77,864 66.45 ! 4,000,591,077! 2,795,511,521 1,205,079,5561 23,617,746! 13.75 39,3061 33.55 ! 592,503,924 751,455,210 158,951,280
lion not elsewhere provided for
105 I Corporations—inactive
41', 174'
;
i
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j 41,174|100.00 i
207,87l| 3,707,852: • 3,499,981
158,344j 77,864! 49.17

341?253 206,984j 60.65 132,531,096,969 23,765,187,985 8,765,908,984il71,805,150,'l00.00 134,269! 39.35 2,796,534,046:3,453,438,457i 656,904,411




4,000,591,077] 2,795,511,5211,205,079,556; 23,617,7461 13.75 80,480j 50.83

592,711,795! 755,163,062; 162,451.267

Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total

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[Returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
[The returns shown below are included under their proper class distribution, in the tables of total net income of the United States.]
RETURNS FILED BY NONRESIDENT ALIENS.
Number of
returns
($3,000 and
over).

Total tax,
normal and
additional.

$65,772,271

4,294

Net income.

$1,656,418

RETURNS FILED BY FOREIGN CORPORATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES.

Classifica
numbe

o

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Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming

^Florists and fruit growers.
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
4
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals.
6
Copper mines
12
All other
Total extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsFlour mills and grist mills
19
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar and mo20
lasses
Total food and kindred products




Total
number
of corpora- Number
tions of correport- poraing. tions.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

o

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

+I

m

Number
of corporations.

Ul

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Deficit.

a
o

3
2
1

3
2
1

$398,020
58,519
20,669

$176,558
55,447
15,034

$221,462
3,072
5,635

$4,429
3,187
113

6

6

477,208

247,039

230,169

7,729

1

J

1 200,470
56,225

300,959

905,511 •
56,225

18,110
1,125

2

$12,216

^19,237

$7,021

4

2

1,262,695

300,959

961,736 |

19,235

2

12,216

19,237

7,021

1

1

357,677

315,873

6

6

3,769,502

2,391,947

1,377,555

:

26,439

4,127,179

2,707,820

1,419,359 ;

27,275

7

I

41,804 I

836
*

93

Textiles and their productsCotton goods
Silk and silk goods
All other - . . .
Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel productsFoundry and machine shops
Paper and printingPrinting and publishing
Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted
Total, liquors and beverages
Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Stone, clay, and glass products —
Glass and glass products
Metal and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters
Manufactures
Total metals and metal products other than
iron and sleel
Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
Railroads, steam
Steamship transportation companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
Total, public utilities
Insurance companies:
Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Casualty
Total, insurance companies




1

1
1
3
5

3

2 116,437
96,253
397,903

331,351
60,997
279,609

1,785 086
35,256
118,294

35 702
353
2,243

5

2.610,593

671,957

1,938,636

38,298

29,944

19,737

10,207

204

4

1

600,370

372 866

227,504

4,550

1
1

1
1

1, 774,733
427,191

1,687,081
323,299

87,652
103,892

1 753
2,078

2

2

2,201,924

2,010,380

191,544

3,831

1

1

5,538

111

1,649

33

.,

5,538
26,513

24,864

762,981

780,622

17,641

1

I

3

37,235

90,018

52,783

CO

1
1

1

71, 795

61,905

2

1

71,795

61,905

9,890

198

i

37,235

90,018

52,783

1
2

1
1

37,500
37, 260

9,198
30,694

28,302
6,566

566
131

1

29,985

40,370

10,385

3

2

74,760

39,892

34,868

697

1

29,985

40,370

10,385

26

21

9,748,616

5,909,421

3,839,195

75,197

5

830,201

911,010

80,809

1
4
35
1
2

33
1
1

72,284,049
52 501
113,388

49,691,903
27 244
87,338

22,592,146
25 257
26,050

402,292
505
521

1
4
2

160,584
2,464,567
3,290,724

165,915
2,780,326
3,528,828

5,351
315,759
238,104

1

1,998

4,332

2,334

43

35

72,449,938

49,806,485

22,643,453

403,318

8

5,917,873

6,479,401

561,528

7
91
10

5
82
7

3,901,959
124,986,095
30,205,929

1,689,2S8
109,666,639
27,690,866

2,212,671
15,319,456
2,515,063

328,254
292,079
50,302

2
9
3

1,413,478
7,015,245
3,494,122

1,694,815
7,358,078
3,778,054

281,337
342,833
283,932

108

94

159,093,983

139,046,793

20,047,190

370,635

14 11,922,845

12,830,947

908,102

9,890

198

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R E T U R N S F I L E D B Y F O R E I G N C O R P O R A T I O N S — D I S T R I B U T I O N O F INCOMES B Y INDUSTRIES—Continued.
o
^ %
•- "s

INDUSTRIES.

^3
O

100
101
103

Miscellaneous corporations:
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere provided for
Total.




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Gross
income.

Number
of corporations.

$9,640,809
9,520

Total
deductions.

34,574,024
5,860

Net income.

Normal
tax.

$5,066,785
$101,319
3,660 ;
73

3

Gross

Total
deductions.

$3,068,300

$3,227,160

32,124

Merchandising companies:
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Hotels and restaurants.
Total, merchandising companies.

104

Total
number
of corpora- Number
tions of correport- porations.
ing.

36,399

Deficit.

$158,860
4,'275

9,650,329 |

18

4,579,884

5,070,445 ;

101,392

3,100,424

3,263,559 j

163,135

51,884,492 j

22,861,839

29,022,653 I

555,383 I

2,812,006 ! 3,659,857 !

847,851

Q
H
M

693

635
807

304,567,261

222,752,420

81,814,841 \ l,532 ;

91

24,595,565

27,164,011 I 2,568,446

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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the: number of returns, net income, and total tax.
( [Income

returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
ALABAMA.

I

Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

Num-|
I
her I Total net j
of ro- j income, i Specific
turns.!
; exemption.

13,000-14,000!
$3,000-14,000
$4,000-15,000
$5,000-16,000
$6,000-$7,000
$7,000- $8,000
$8,000-$9,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-815,000
815,000-820,000
$20,000-125,000
$25,000-$30,000
$30,()00-$40,000
840,000-850,000
$50,000-160,000
$60,000-170,000
$70,000-880,000
$80,000-890,000
$90,000-$100,000
$100,000-$150,000....
$150,000-1200,000....
8200,000-8250,000....
$250,000-1300,000....
$300,000-$400,000....
8400,000-8500,000....
$500,000-11,000,000. .
$1,000,000-81,500,000.
$1,500,000-82,000,000.
$2,000',000-83,000,000.
$3,000',000-84,000,000.
$4,000^000-85,000,000.
85,000,000 and over..
Classes grouped 2 ....
Total
Women m a k i n g
separate returns
from husbands

445
44
351
268
185
125
107
75
235
106
51
41
19
11
3
4
5
4

I

Net
income
subject
to
normal

Dividends.

tax.

Total
lAmount; Addi- normal
and
j of
tional
i normal ' tax. I addiI tional
i tax. |
; tax.

.,
$1 562,918 $1 , 755, 000; $132,2^6 i.
150,387i

132,000!

1,570,371; 1 ,357,000

,511,020! 1 ,039,000!
,192,140;
710,000!
482,OOOi
932, 341!
906,586!
416,000;
286,000!
710,032
!,
2 828,756! 912,000j
.,
1 836,044; 407,000!
1, 126, 672j 194,000'
I
157,000!
1,129,334
655,594|
73,000!
481,472!
43,000'
154,746i
12,000!
258,300!
15,0001
364, OK)!
19,000!
337,3061
14,000!

i

(2)

!

760,981!

(2)
(2)
(2)

2,287!
$16,lOOj
159,400!
53,9/11
300,150i
171,870
334,300;
147,840
338,000;
112,341
323,250!
167,336!
265,900i
158, l.'J2|
680,906! 1,235,850'
883,700!
545,344 !
653,200!
279,472!
581,350!
390,9*4'
354,550!
228,044
140,750;
297,722:
27,750;
114,9%;
176,350!
66,950;
134,500!
210.510!
144,150
179J.56;
(2)

,
I

23,000

$322,.
3,188;.
6,003',.
6,686 .
6,760!.
6,465!.
.5,318 .
24,717!.
17,674!.
13,064!
11,627

7,0911
2,815!
5551
3,5271
2,690 !
2,883i

$1,061
3,092
2,650
2,945
1,295
2,832
4,919
5, 491

!

)

251,;: 31

$322
3,188
6,003
6,686
6,760
6, 465
5, 318
24,717
17,674|
14;125j
14, 7191
9,741
5, 7601
1,8501
6,359
7,609
8,374
(*)
(2)

;6,650|

9,733;

20,586]

131,118!

44,871

175.989

0.214
.203
.397
.561
.725
.713
.749
.874
.963
1.254
1.303
1.486
1.196
1.196
2.462
2.090
2.483
2. 894
3.646
4.805

30,319!

2,085 18,469,010| 8,046,000 4,191,-28 6,555,900;

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent.

.953

12

Grand total... 2,097
1
2

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal trie net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




48

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
ALASKA.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

$3,000-$4,000 i
$3,000-$4,000
$4,000-$5,000
$5,000-16,000
$6,000-17,000
$7,000-18,000
$8,000-$9,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-$15,000
$15,000-$20,000
$20,000-125,000
$25,000-$30,000
$30,000-$40,000
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-$60,000
$60,000-$70,000
$70,000-$80,000
$200,000-$250,000
$250 000-$300,000
$300,000-$400,000
$400,000-$500,000
$500 000-11,000,000..
$l,000,000-$l,500,000.
$1,500,000-$2,000,000.
$2,000,000-83,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000
$5,000,000 and over
Classes grouped 2
Total
1

40
15
53
35
28
14
10
9
24
3
2
5

Specific
exemption.

$142,873 $158,000
52,887
45,000
237,637 204,000
191,546 130,000
177,954 105,000
104,887
52,000
83,284
38,000
85,383
35,000
282,273
89,000
49,138
12,000
2
(2)
(2)
()
(2)
156,017
19,000

Dividends.

$3,572
1,237
2,837
8,546
7,854
14,787
7,534
33
20,823
4,088
(2)
(2)
75,367

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

$6,650
30,800
53,000
65,100
38, 100
37,750
50,350
172,450
33,050
(2)
(2)
61,650

Amount Addiof
normal tional
tax.
tax.

$.133
616
1,060
1,302
762
755
1,007
3,449
661
(2)
(2)
1,233

Average
rate
of
Total
normal tax,
norand
mal
addiand
tional
additax.
tional
per
cent.

(2)
(2)459

$.133 0.251
616 .259
.553
1,060
.732
1,302
762 .726
755 .907
1,007 1.179
3,449 1.222
661 1.345
1.006
(2)
1.467
(2)
1,692 1.084

i

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

1.050

2

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

2.397

314,540
243

27,000

159,240

128,300

2,566

3,019

5,585

1,878,419

914,000

305,918

677,200

13,544

3,478

17,022

.906

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




49

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
ARIZONA.
E x e m p ions for
normcil tax.

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

$581,437
86,325
678,463
734,760
500,241
436,791
422,790
370,540
1,336,194
1,016,575
603,307
541,585
1,087,095
573,513
505,436
257,234
223,584

Specific
exemption.

$662,000
72,000
587,000
526,000
293,000
226,000
196,000
153,000
428,000
229,000
105,000
77,000
120,000
51,000
33,000
15,000
11,000
(2)
(2)
12,000
(2)

Dividends.

$21 811
1,475
21,263
43,860
41,591
38,441
41,690
56,240
253,594
248,775
167,707
198,935
250,495
230,913
134,436
6,084
61,234
(2)
(2)
94,196
(2)

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

Amount
of
*,
normal
tax.

Additional

tax.

Average
rate
Total
of
normal
tax,
and
noraddimal
tional
and
tax,
additional
per
cent.

$3,000-$4,000i
$3,000-$4,000
$4,000-$5,000
$5,000-$6,000
$6,000-$7,000
$7,000-$8,000
$8,000-$9,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-$15,000
$15,000-$20,000
$20,000-$25,000
$25,000 to $30,000....
$30,000-$40,000
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-$60,000
$60,000-170,000
$70,000-$80,000
$80,000-$90,000
$90,000-$100,000
$100,000-$150,000....
$150,000-1200,000
$200 000-$250 000
$250,000-$300,000....
$300,000-$400,000....
$400 000-$500,000
$500 000 $1 000 000
$l,000,000-$l,500,000.
$1,500,000-$2,000,000.
$2,000,000 $3,000,000
$3,000,000-$4,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000*
$5 000 000 and over

166
24
152
135
77
59
50
39
110
59
27
20
32
13
9
4
3
1
1
3
2

329,050

6,581

60,552

67,133

Total
Women making separate returns from
husbands
Grand total

989 11,777,241 3,823,000 2,986,765 5,069,850

101,397

90,122

191,519

391,296
(2)
(2)
(2)

2
1

Classes grouped 2 ....

1,430,075

(2)
(2)

(2)
(2)

27,000 1,074,025;

$12,850
70,200
164,900
165,650
172,350
185,100
161,300
654,600
538,800
330,600
265,650
716,600
291,600
338,000
236,150
151,350
(2)
(2)
285,100
(2)
(2)

$257
1,404
3,298
3,313
3,447
3,702
3,226
13,092
10,776
6,612
5,313
14,332
5,832
6,760
4,723
3,027
(2)
(2)
5,702
(2)
(2)

$617
1,418
4,109
3,307
4,709
2,896
3.107
2

$257
1,404
3,298
3,313
3,447
3,702
3,226
13,092
10,776
7,229
6,731
18,441
9,139
11,469
7,619
6.134
2

9,407
(2)

15,109
(2)

0.298
.207
.449
.662
.789
.876
.871
.980
1.060
1.198
1.243
1,696
1.594
2.269
2.962
2.743
1.620
3.725
3.861
4.065

(2)
(2)

(2)
(2)

5.081
5.714

( 25
()

(5

1.626

5
994

1
2

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.
35884°—18




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50

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
ARKANSAS.
Average
rate
of
Total
normal tax,
norand
mal
addiand
tional
additax.
tional
per
cent.

Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- • income.
turns.

475
59
430
288
224
149
115
83
214
89
50
22
23
7
4
2
2
1
3

$3,000-$4,000
$3,000-84,000
$4,000-15,000
$5,000-86,000
$6,000-$7,000
$7,000-$8,000
$8,000-$9,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-815,000
$15,000-820,000
$20,000-$25,000
825,000-830,000
$30,000-$40,000
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-860,000
$>0,000-$70,000,
$70,000-$80,000
$80,000-$90,000
$90,000-1100,000
$100 000-8150 000
8150,000-8200 000..
$200,000-1250,000....
$250 000-S300 000
$300 000-$ 100 000
$400 000 $500 000
8500,000-81,000,000. $1,000,000-11,500,000.
$1,500,000-12,000.000.
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
83,000,000-84,000,000.
84,000,000-85,000,000.
$5,000,000and over..
Classes grouped2

i

Specific

B.

6

**ds.

tfoT

._

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

$1,669,616 $1,881,000 $162,071
206,192
177,000
9,242
$19,950
1,927,194 1,671,000
74,844
181,350
1,581,991 1,108,000 134,591 339,400
155,137 426,400
1,445,537 864,000
140,604 387,650
1,102,254 574,000
154,071 368,800
972,871 450,000
121,373 341,350
787,723 325,000
2,593,281 828,000 523,231 1,242,050
1,514,672 346,000 363,672
805,000
1,102,391 193,000 252,941
656,450
87,000
94,664
589,914
408,250
90,000
194,229
794,279
510,050
27,000
23,971 255,400
306,371
15,000
17,236
222,236
190,000
2
2
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
()
()
(2)
11,000
7,544 262,400
280,944
"(*)

(V)

Amount Addiof
normal tional
tax.
tax.

$399
3,627
6,788
8,528
7,753
7,376
6,827
24,841
16,100
13,129
8,165
10,201
5,108
3,800
(2)
2
(2)
()
5,248

$399 0.194
.188
3,627
6,788 .429
8,528 .590
.703
7,753
. 758
7,376
.867
6,827
.958
24,841
16,100 1.063
14,117 1.281
9,664 1.638
13,322 1.677
7,035 2.296
5,844 2.630
2
1.899
(2)
1.423
(2)
2.329
()
10,486 3.732

$988
1,499
3,121
1,927
2,044
2
(2)
( 2)
()
5,238

3. 864

(2)

(2)

(2)

i

j

|

. . . .

129,050

2,581

12,225

i4,806|

Total
2,241 17,683,678 8,671,000 2,862,583 6,523,550
Women making separate returns from
14
husbands2

130,471

27,042

157,513

Grand total

586,212

24,000

433,162

.891

2,255

1 Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




51

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
CALIFORNIA.
Aver-

Exemptions for
normal tax.
Net

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

Specific
tion.

y, OPO-«1,OOO'.
«*: OOO " 1 000
v l 0 0 0 - ^ 5 000
•»(• POM "C 000
^ OOi) o QOO
V%(Vf) >i(,,000
^ 0 {) ,M vi 1,000..
S ",0'»<) \ > 0 P ' ^ P

< >

* >0.(V0-1> 1 0 , 0 1 " ) . .

•s 0,'»f n « u ) , 0 0 u
«H),f n')-S70 000
«."0,0(-0 ^ 0 , 0 0 0 . .
VM) 0 > S U O O 0 0 . . .
P
•^OP.'JOO M 50,000

>150,<'00-V:00,P90..
^00,000-'"vHO 000. .
" >"O,I'H)- ,$00,000-. .
MOP.O'K) M00.000
<UOO.(.OO ^"0( (-00.. .
&>00,0P( ^1,000,000...
$ l , 0 0 0 , i M W "v(0,000.
SI )00 000 V* ( 00 000
S2,000,000-^3,000,000.
S3 POO.OOO-'U 000 000
^1 Ol1' 000 -~. f 10 000
S7 000 000 ,MI } over

4,085 $14.261,943 16 106 000 SI, 173 579
106 588 $378.200
655 2 449 788 1 965 000
3 884 17 394 309 14 877 000
704 509 1 812 800
2,438 13.363.726 9.350,000 1.207 926 2.805.800
1 803 11 656 153 6 918 000 1 597 953 3 210 9 00
1 250 9 346 696 4 782 001) 1.425 fiO6 3.139.000
Q54
8 085 768 3 649 000 1 646 118 2 790 650
778 7.376,500 2.968,000 1.557 150 2.851.350
2,067 25.110.624 7,871,000 6 616 124 10623.500
963 16 647 672 3 656 000 5 813 779 7.177,900
531 11,857,892 2.018.000 4.373 742 5.466.150
336 9 128 491 1 288,000 3 647 791 4,192.700
385 13,198.844 1,473.000 5 595 644 6.130.200
212 9,385.040
800 000 4,400 290 4,184,750
132 7,220,540
503,000 3,524. 540 3.193,000
84 5 332 545
331,000 2.406 345 2,595,200
195.000 2.437, 970 1,192.950
51 3.825,920
49 4 156 194
186.000 2-273 874 1.696.250
36 3,409.857
140.000 1.843 007 1.426.850
88 10,718.633
332,000 5 800 133 4.586.500
116,000 2,660 317 2,479,000
30 5,255.317
57,000 2.220 277 1,248.550
15 3.525,827
17 4,691,343
65.000 3,065 393 1,560.950
946. 551 1.006,950
6 1.975.501
22,000
8 3,481,123
32,000 1.712. 223 1,736,900
7
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
1
(2)
(2)
(2)

5,468,769
Tot i l .

31, 000 1,923, 769 3,514,000

9>7, 564
36 or;*?!
56. 116 .
64 * M
>
62, 780
813
57, 027;.
212. 470;.
143, 558:
109. 323 i
83 854
122. 604!
83.695;
63, 860;
51, 904
23, 859;
33. 9? 5
9 8 537
91, 730
49, 580,
24. 971
31, 219 i
20, 139
34, 738
(2)
(2)

70. 280

$7, 564
36.256
56,116
64,204
62.780
55.813
57,027
212,470
143.558
%U 516! 120 839
92 0-V4I 105.908
50 40A! 173.004
54 330l 138.025
fiO 557 124,417
ri>. 804
104.708
49 288
73,147
59 1Q9
93.124
63 824
92.361
266 111 357,841
181.254! 230.834
148 84ft! 173.817
222 395 i 253.614
105 741 125.880
216 942 251,680
(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

410,369

age
of

tax,

normal
and
additional
per
cent.

0.309
.208
.420
.551
.672
.690
. 773
. 846
.862
1.019
1.160
1.311
1.471
1.723
1.964
1.912
2.241
2.709
3.339
4.392
4.930
5.406
6.372
7.230
8.466
10.219

480.649

20 865 228,324 945 79, 731,000 70,611, 281 81. 000.300 1, 620,006 1 975 630 3 ,595,636

se]),-i,iie l e t u r n s
tsojn h u s b a n d s

Grand total

Pividends.

income Amount Addisubject
of
to
normal tional
tax
normal
tax.

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

1.575

343
21,208

1

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
COLORADO.

Exemptions for
normal tax.
Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

$3,000-$4.000 i
$3,000-$4,000
|4,000-$5,000
$6,000-$6,000
$6,000-17,000
$7,000-$8,000
$8,000-$9,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-$15,000
$15,000-120,000
$20,000-$25,000
$25,00O-$30,000
$30,000-$40,000
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-$60,000
$60,000-$70,000
$70,000-$80,000
$80,000-$90,000
$90,000-$100,000
$100,000-$150,000....
$150,000-$200,000
$200,000-$250,000..-.
$250,000-$300,000....
$300,000-^400,000-...
S400,000-$500,000....
$500,000-$l,000,000..
$1,000,000-81,500,000.
$1,500,000-12,000,000.
$2,000,000-13,000,000.
$3,000,000-14,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 and over
Classes grouped 2
Total
Women
making
separate returns
from husbands...

Grand total

848
94
717
499
349
241
190
151
541
265
137
65
103
49
34
19
22
9
7
22
2
3
1

Dividends.

$2,939,315 $3,357,000
359,299 282,000
3,317,461 2,781,000
2,733,471 1,935,000
2,258,190 1,356.000
1,789,854
932,000
1,609,373
731,000
1,404,039 577,000
6,623,074 2,114.000
4,604,140 1,031,000
3,056,880
535,000
1,799,167
258,000
3, 573,793 397,000
2,169,672
194,000
1,845,512
129,000
1,216,575
71,000
1,634,265
85.000
758, 747
34,000
669,843
28,000
2,846,432
85,000
1,199,608
27,000

$352,875
13,599
208,961
199,621
230.640
246,154
293.973
255.239
1,199.474
1.222,940
782.480
451.867
1,350.743
667,572
800,812
702,775
812,065
244,347
189,893
1, 505,632
245,758

$63.700
327,500
598,850
671,550
611,700
584,400
571.800
3.309,600
2,350,200
1,739,400
1,089,300
1,826,050
1,308,100
915, 700
442.800
737,200
480,400
451,950
1,255, 800
926,850

$1,274
6,550
11,977
13,431
12,234
11,688
11,436
66,192
47,004
34,788
21,786
36,521
26,162
18,314
8,856
14,744
9,608
9,039
25,116
18,537

12,000

537,516

267,650

5,353

817,186

9

2
1

Specific
exemption.

Net
income Amount Addisubject
of
to
normal tional
tax.
normal
tax.
tax.

(*)

4,628,254

s
32,666 2,744,i54 1,852,166

4,380 53,854,13016,983,000 15,259,090 22,382,600

...

.. .
37,042

447,652

Average
rate
of
Total
normal tax,
norand
addi- mal
tional and
additax.
tional
per
cent.

$1, 274 0.355
.197
6,550
.438
11,977
.595
13,431
.684
12,234
.726
11,688
.815
11,436
.999
66,192
47,004 1.021
37,993 1.243
o', 296 27,082 1.505
51,433 1.439
14,912
13,920
40,082 1.847
16,012
34,326 1.860
13,000 21,856 1.797
22,421 37,165 2.274
12,350 21,958 2.894
12,794
21,833 3.259
76,000 101,116 3.552
40,476
59,013 4.919
4.481
38,336
43,689 5.346
5.807
7.691
8.785
9.428

339,384

376,426

608,106 1,055,758

1.960

55
4,435

1
2 Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
CONNECTICUT.
i Aver-

Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

$3,000-$4,0001
$3,000-14,000
$4,000-15,000
$5,000-$6,000
$6,000-17,000
$7,000-18,000
$8,000-$9,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-$15,000
$15,000-120,000
$20,000-125,000
$25,000-130,000
$30,000-140,000... .
$40,000-150,000
$50,000-160,000
$60,000-$70,000
$70,000-$80,000
$80,000-$90,000
$90,000-1100,000
$100,000-1150,000...,
$15O,0OO-S200,000....
$200,000-$250,000....
$250,000-$300,000....
$300,000-$400,000....
$400,000-1500,000....
$500,000-$1,000,000..
$1,000,000-$1,500,000.
$1,500,000-$2,000.000.
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 and over..
Classes grouped 2

Total
Women
making
separate returns
from husbands
Grand total

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

Specific |

r

. ._

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

--I
1,461 $5,034,531 $5,672, OOOj $704,509
752,562
597,000
34,162 $121,400
199
40,267
965,150
1,474 6,603,417 5,598,000
1,116 6,121,098 4.240,000
831,698 1,049,400
812 5,239,940 3,080,000 1,008,240 1,151,700
613 4,576,664 2,313,000
998,104 1,265,550
413 3,482,620 1,553,000
876,170 1,053,450
373 3,535,970 1,422,000} 1,014,270| 1,099,700
1,114 13,520,431 4.184, OOOj 4,581,381 4,755,050
582 10,090,114 2', 181, OOOj 4,376, 7641 3,532,350
299 6,875,493 1,131,000! 3,135,443! 2,609,050
792, O O 2,991,1371 1,964,400
OJ
210 5,747,537
278 9,617, 780 1,052, OOOj 4,851,830 3,713,950
519, OOOj 3,456,0731 2,316.200
140 6,291,273
5,123,962
357,0001 2,717,812 2.049^ 150
94
4,206,673
245,000 2,378,123 l' 583,550
65
3,302,488
166,000 1,879; 938 1,256,550
43
1,938,914
82,000 1,453,864
403,050
23
638,600
16 1,512,276 - 62,000
811,676
231,000 4,405,564! 2,737,250
62 7,373,814
112,000 2,500,974 2,568,750
30 5,181, 724
54,000 1,906,818 1,410,900
15 3,371,718
23, OOOj 517,834
900,900
6 1,441,734
33, OOOj 2,079,6591 1,406,850
9 3,519,509
12,000
2
3 1,447,561
896,261! 539,300
2
()
(2)
2
(2)
1

() I

I ag e

+
I oi
rate
Total
Amount Addi- normal I tax,
of
and I nornormal tional 1 addimal
tax.
tax.
tional and
tax.
additional
I
per
cent.
$2,428
19,303 i
20,988
23,034
25,311
21,069
21,994
95,101
70,647
52,181
39,288
74,279
46,324
40,983
31,671
25,131
8.061
12', 772
54, 745
51,375
28,218
18,018
28,137
10,786
(2
(2)

$14,028
14,604
38,742
40,847
45,155
48,501
46,831
31,466
28,186
182,171
176,403
137,845
67,965
207,995
98,282
(2)

$2,4281
19,3031
20,988|
23,034
25,3111
21,069
21,994
95,101
70,647
66,209
53,892
113,021
87,171
86,138
80,172
71,962
39,527
40,958
236,916
227,778
166,063
85,983
236,132
109,068
2

(i

0.323
.292
.343
.440
.553
.605
.622
.703
.700
.963
.938
1.175
1.386
1.681
1.906
2.179
2.039
2.708
3.213
4.396
4.925
5.964
6.709
7.535
8.373
10.156
10.995

7,948,548

19, OOOj 5,437,598 2,491,950

9,455 133,858,341 35,730,0O0J55,886,169|43,584,150

49,839

774,142

823,981

871,683 1,953,163 2,824,846

2.110

258
9,713

1 Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




54

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
DELAWARE.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

Number Total net I
of re- income. I Specific
turns.
exemption.

$3,000-84,0001
$3,000-14,000
$4,000-85,000
$5,000-86,000
$6,000-87,000
$7,000-18,000
$8,000-19,000
$9,000-810,000
$10,000-815,000
$15,000-820,000
$20,000-825,000
$25,000-830,000... .
$30,000-840,000
$40,000-850,000
$50,000-560,000
$60,000-870,000
$70,000-880,000
$80,000-890 000
$90; 000-8100,000
$100,000-$150,000....
8150,000-1200,000
$200,000-8250,000...
$250,000-1300,000....
$300,000-8400,000....
$400,000-8500,000....
$500,000-11,000,000. .
$1,000,000-11,500,000.
$1,500,000-$2,000,000
$2,000,000-83,000,000
$3,000,000-84,000,000.
$4,000,000-85.000,000.
$5,000,000 a n d over..
Classes grouped 2

185
23
167
135
109
77
67
55 j
139|
80|
53 i
34j
36|
28
20'
161
81
41
6|
151
11!
9|

I
l\

$653,563 $724,000
$89,185
69,000
85,870
3, 870
$13,000
639,000
716,375
53,125!
54,250
520,000
98,627!
740,677
122,050
415,000
134,800
705, 750
155,950
296,000
134,076|
576,776
146,700
255,000
168,204
563,754
140,550
208,000
159,511
519,411
151,900
526,000
645,506
542,450
1, 713,956
305,000
623,615
463,600
1,392,215
203,000
582,319
408,900
1,194,219
129,000
459,965
332,550
921,515
140, 000 555,957
546,100
1, 242, 057
105,000
810,460
404,400
1,319,860
76,000
376,023
643,550
1,095,573
62,000
587,96'
364, 050
1, 014, 010
32,000
285,31
289,800
607,1171
15, 000 185,108
153, 700
353,80S
24,000
252,554
30*0,850
577,404
58,000 1 239 994
511,200
1,809,194
41,000 1,331,252
535,000
1,907, 252
35,000 1,343,624
568, o50|
1,947,174
11,000
671,652
117, 850|
800,502
31,000 1. 636,185
971,5001
2,638,685
34,000 2'. 681,9931 1,330,550]
4, 046,543
40,000 6'. 453,494' 1, 202,550'
7,696; 044
(2)
(2)
(2)
12,000 4, 777,922i
5,113,722
323, 800
2
( )
(2)
(2)

lj
(2)
. J 15,815,384

(2)
()
000
16,0 15,744,234

Amount
of
normal
tax.

Additional
tax.

$260
1,085
2,441
3,119
2,934
2,811
3,038
10,849
9,272
8,178
$1,005
6,651
2,189;
10,922!
4,670
8,088!
8,746
12,871
9,263
7,281
11,021
5,796
7,477
3,074
6,128
6,017
11,063
10,2241 40,947
10,700
60,724
ll,37l!
74,368|
2,357
36,076
19,430 134,709
26,611 257, 609
24, 051 534,393
(2)
6,476 465,171

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

$260
1,085
2,441
3,119
2,934
2,811|
3,038:
10,849}
9,272!
9,1831
8,840!
15,5921
16,834
22,134
18,302i
13,273j
9,202'
17,080
51,171
71,424
85,739
38,433
154,139
284,220
558,4441
(2)
471,647

0.303
.145
.329
.442
.509
.499
.585
.633
.666
.769
.959
1.255
1.275
2.020
1.805
2.186
2.601
2.958
2.828
3.745
4.403
4.801
5.842
7.024
7.256
9.271
9.223
10.544
11.185
12.259

55,150!

1,315 57,798,410 5,021,000 42,086,532 10,850,500|

Total
Women
making
separate returns
from husbands
Grand total

dividends.

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent.

1,103 1,813,03611,814,139
.
j
217,010 3,478,595|3,695,605

6.394

31
| 1,346

1 Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




55

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PEBSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOB STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
D I S T R I C T O F COLUMBIA.
Exemptions for
normal tax.
Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income. Specific
turns.
tion.

Net
income
subject

divi-

dends.

to
normal
tax

Amount Addiof
normal tional
tax.
tax.

Average
rate
Total
of
normal tax,
and
noraddi- mal
tional and
tax. additional
per

cent.
1,590 $5,578,641 $6,285, 000 $226 270
951, 000
25,371 $164 750
317 1,141,121
158 674
1 305 5 857 524 4,989, 000
709,
330,68R 1 055 000
3,291, 000
859 4,676,685
323 801
485 3,155,101 1,858, 000
973 300
300 388
325 2,428,288 1,244, 000
883 900
^r' ooo-\^ ooo
386 517
906, 000
237 2,010,417
717, 900
vij ()'):t-(> ]() ooo
141 1 320 857 534 ooo
236 957
549 OOO
S U . H ••)-*• 1 5 , 0 0 0 . . .
591 7,151,684 2,261, 000 1,141 034 3,749,650
^Lr),i"' M -*2() 000
277 4 840 904 1 069 000 1 002 754 2 769 150
618, 000
930 734 2,092, 250
160 3,640,984
21,00 >-MO,000
85 2,312,671
323, 000
606 221 1,383, 450
\ , A ) -^l-0,!>on
398.000 1,197 185 2,013, 750
105 3,608,935
•*' ,i}PO-^'")O,Pi':>
59 2,586.411
232, 000
690 811 1,663, 600
- 5 : , ' ; , } ) - •:>')/•( ,0
794 753
118, 000
862, 750
31 1,775,503
• ;i ,(>;,,) s 7 0 , 0 0 0
»
23 1,534,190
86, 000
527 640
920, 550
V
7 ,.'! ' ^'s'ljOi'i
17 1,269,009
65, 000
502 159
701, 850
• > ' • , ;;•« ^ o O j O i ' i 1
261 322
15 1,273.972
57, 000
955, 650
-<} fi» ) - " i i j u . t K i ' i
6
570,749
24, 000
91 199
455, 550
1
1 •i\0'''%1~ *150/M'i'
37 4.67G,124
136, 000 1,673 124 2,867, 000
62, 000 1,162 517 1,776, 850
17 3,001,367
' 2'v'!.'•'' * v-2")0.!'(Ki.
5 1.080,760
18, 000
498, 710
564, 050
2
(2)
2
(2)
()
(:-)
1 1
O l Vyr lu-S 10'V," '!! . .
1
(-)
(2)
C2)
(2)
(2)
I
f2)
(2)
i
2
«*»»«), ' ) , - s i / ; , i , ) , . " ) { ) . .
1
()
(2)
(2)
I •}() yiit)- i,.vr,ono.

*.'$,( no-^,4,000 i

V/iOO-So 000
«>,n()O-SG,()OO . . .

$3, 295
14 197
21 100
19
17, 678
14, 358
10 99S
74, 993
55
41, 845
27, 669
40, 275
33, 272
17, 255
18, 411
14, 037
19, 113
9, 111
57, 340
35, 537
11, 281
(2)
(2,
(2)

$4, 408
6, 036
14, 361
15, 988
16, 853
17, 537
17, 898
20, 776
10, 830
122, 841
103, 474
42, 715
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)

$3 295
14,197
21 100
19 466
17 678
14,358
10 998
74 993
55 383
46,253
33,705
54,636
49,260
34,108
35,948
31,935
39,889
19,941
180,181
139,011
53,996
(2)
(2)
(2)

0 289
242
451
617
728
.714
833
1 049
1 144
1.270
1.457
1.514
1.905
1.921
2.343
2.517
3.131
3.494
3.853
4.632
4.996
4.632
6.359
7.300
7.388

•3.n;)0,(K))-s4,().n.,;)(H).
5 0(1 -/)(K)an l o \ o r . .
i,842,724
Vo'al . .
\ \ OTueii in a k i n g

20, 000 1,261, 074

561, 650

11, 233

6 692 67 334 62125 545 000 14 329 90028 392 350

567 847

107, 080

118.313

500, 797 1,068 644

1,587

116

Grand total

6,808

1
2

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number oj returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
FLORIDA.

1

Income class.

S3,000-$4,000i
$3,000-$4,000
$4,000-15,000
$5,000-16,000
$6,000-17,000
$7,000-18,000
$8,000-19,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-$15,000
$15,000-$20,000
$20,000-125,000
$25,000-130,000
$30,000-140,000
$40,000-150,000
$50,000 $60,000
$60,000-170,000
$70,000-$80,000
$80,000-190,000
$90,000-1100,000
$100,000-$150,000
$150 000-$200,000 . . .
$200,000-$250,000
$250,000-$300,000....
$300,000-$400,000
$400,000-1500,000
$500,000-$l,000,000 . .
$l,000,000-$l,500,000.
$1,500,000-$2,000,000.
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 and o v e r . .
2

Classes grouped
Total
Women m a k i n g
separate returns
from husbands
Grand total

Exempi ions for
normsil t a x .

Number Total net
of re- income. Specificturns.
exemption.

Dividends.

$102,515
7,966
$26,300
64,155
119,250
104^ 851
234,600
159,708
308,250
123,506
258,200
126,628
240,500
135,421
176,650
571,922 1,016,600
348,467
539,700
278,281
630,800
290,853
297,500
315,540
274,650
222,968
269,300
58,720
145,250
163,904
141,500
180,828
23,900
244,906
84,200
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)

379 $1,319,426 $1,506,000
147,000
49
181,266
304 1,362,405 1,179,000
217 1,186,451
847,000
181 1,168,958
701,000
106
410,000
791,706
79
304,000
671,128
57
225,000
537,071
194 2,339,522
751,000
66 1,141,167
253,000
50 1,104,081
195,000
25
94,000
682,353
19
74,000
664,190
12
47,000
539,268
4
15,000
218,970
5
18,000
323,404
3
12,000
216,728
4
15,000
344,106
2
(2)
(2)
2
(2)
(2)
« ;

(2)
(2)
(2)

(3)

(2)

Net
income Amount Addisubject
of
to
normal tional
tax.
normal
tax.
tax.

$526
2,385
4,692
6,165
5,164
4,810
3,533
20,332
10,794
12,616
5,950
5,493
5,386
2,905
2,830
478
1,684
2
()
(2)

Average
rate
Total
of
normal tax,
and
noraddimal
tional and
tax. additional
per
cent.

1,731
2,703
3,587
1,990
3,702
2,902
5,763
(2)
(2)

$526
2,385
4,692
6,165
5,164
4,810
3,533
20,332
10,794
13,810
7,681
8,196
8,973
4,895
6,532
3,380
7,447
(2)
(2)

0.291
.175
.395
.527
.652
.717
.658
.869
.946
1.251
1.126
1.234
1.664
2.235
2.020
1.560
2.164
2. 700
3.134

S i,194

(2)
(2)
(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

5.924

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

7.258

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

9.558

i

2,609,002

23,000 1,732,452

853,550

17,071

186,250

203,321

1,760 17,401,202 6,816,000 5,233,591 5,640,700

112,814

209,822

322,636

1,854

19
1,779

1
2

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and the identity of the taxpayer where only one or two re *
turns appear under a distribution.
3
Wife's or husband's return accounted for in another State.




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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
GEORGIA.

Exemptions for
normal tax.
Income class.

$3,000-84,0001
$3,000-14,000
$4,000-$5,000
$5,000-$6,000.
$6,000-$7,000
$7,000-88,000
$8,00(3-19,000
89,000-810,000
$10,000-815,000
815,000-820,000.
820,000-825,000
$25,000-130,000
$30,000-$40,000
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-160,000
$60,000-870,000
|70,000-$80,000
$80,000-890,000
$90,000-1100,000
$100,000-8150,000....
$150,000-1200,000....
$209 000-8250 000
$250,000-1300,000..
$300,000-8400,000
$400.000-$500,000
$500,000-81,000,000..
$1,000,000-81,500,000.
$1,500,000-82,000,000.
$2,000,000-83,000,000
$3,000,000-84,000,000.
$4,000,000-85,000,000.
$5,000,000 and over
Classes grouped 2

Number Total net
ofre- income.
turns.

Net

income
subject

Specific
exemption.

Dividends.

to
normal
tax.

590 $2,092,919 $2,331,000 $213,026
20,506 $30,550
321,056 270,000
90
95,367 292,950
640. 2,869,317 2,481,000
443 2,419,637 1,723,000 193,587 503,050
349 2,254,100 1,355,000 294,650 604,450
230 1,713,642 892,000 240,442 581,200
193 1,640,928 749,000 354,678 537,250
125 1,183,387 484,000 302,587 396,800
345 4,180,791 1,338,000 1,093,791 1,749,000
163 2,804,890 633,000 990,340 1,181,550
95 2,136,664 366,000 769,264 1,001,400
40 1,089,599 153,000 542,949 393,650
60 2,027,365 231,000 962,515 833,850
26 1,135,468 104,000 498,018 533,450
19 1,033,851
73,000 537,101 423,750
9
36,000 345,546 206, 750
588,296
10
38,000 472,975 241,100
752,075
6
24,000 176,754 306,350
507,104
2
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
12,000 211,471 155,100
378,571
15,000 505,847 126,650
647,497
4

1

(2)

1,215,808

(2)

(2)

12,000 1,151,658

(2)

52,150

Amount Addiof
normal tional
tax.
tax.

Average
rate
Total
of
normal tax,
and
noraddimal
tional
and
tax.
additional
per
cent.

$611
5,859
10,061
12,089
11,624
10,745
7,936
34,980
23,631
20,028
7,873
16,677
10,669
8,475
4,135
4,822
6,127
(2)
3,102
2,533

$2,214
2,839
8,182
6,627
9,123
6,591
10,921
8,133
(2)
9,929
20,823

0.190
.204
.416
.536
.678
.655
.671
.837
.842
1.041
.983
1.226
1.523
1.702
1.823
2.093
2.812
2.407
13,031 3.442
23,356 3.607

(2)

(2)

(2)

89,660

90,703

1,043

$611
5,859
10,061
12, 089
11,624
10,745
7,936
34,980
23,631
22,242
10,712
24,859
17,296
17,598
10,726
15,743
14.260

8.377

Total
3,443 32,992,965 13,320,000 9,973,072 10,151,000 203,020 175,042 378,062 1.146
Women making
separate returns
from husbands
1
Grand total

3,444

1

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
HAWAII.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

$3,00O-$4,000i

192
27
150
125
71
66
53
33
106
66
34
35
41
22
18
12

$3,000-84,000
$4,000-$5,000

$5,000-$6,000
$6,000-87,000
$7,000-,f 8,000

$8,000-89,000
$9,000-810,000
$10,000-115,000
$15,000-820,000
820,000-825,000
$25,000-130,000
$30,000-840,000
$40,000-850,000

$50,000-860,000
$60,000-170,000
$70,000-180,000
880,000-890,000
$90,000-8100,000
$100,000-8150,000....
$150,000-8200,000....
$200,000-3250,000....
$250,000-8300,000....
$300,000-8400,000....
$4 00,000-$500,000
$500,000-81,000,000..
$l,000,000-$l,500,000.
$1,500,000-82,000,000.
$2,000,000-83,000,000.
$3,000,000-84,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 and over..
Classes grouped 2
Total
Women m a k i n g
separate returns
from husbands
Grand total

71
3
24
12

Specific
exemption.

Dividends.

$664, 298 $753, 000 $144
103, 470
81, 000
8'
673, 8991
569, 000
48!
682, 1971
480, 000
no:
4 61
?6 7 , nnni
loo' 67")
1^9
i 19,
171
19 lj 000
19> 000
311 307
K-l
Of 0
211^ 0t
127,

1, 101

oor
V)\]
!oo
SI,

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

813, 800!
56, 700;
82, 800'
im* •
s,
w
0«i
Ti 0

,00i
[ OO'y
,00)

t»0
is)

'")l
,

1

)

Amount Addiof
normal tional
tax.
tax.

8276 .
1,134 .
1,656 .
1, «29l
2 ^10
1 ().]
1,7",
7 (. 1
1 1

•

N

1")
1")),

(2)

(2,

Average
rate
of
Total
normal tax,
norand
mal
addiand
tional
additax.
tional
per
cent.
8276 0.267
1,134 .168
1, 656 .243
1 62 n .353
2 210
; | .450
.370
.548
l'70u|
. 543
.401
.597
.920
10
.753
.999
1.423
1 ^ 1 7 | 1. 501
«l,2ll 1.800
P , 9 7 i ' 2.140
2.918
2.628
7^ SOI 3.583
( ) , 4. 863
4.792
6.533

1,887,726

22,000 1,519,376

346,350!

1,110 20,362, 02?; 4,183,000 12,838,115 3,573,850]

6,927|

99,5601 106,487j.

71,477| 295,3251 368,802 1.801

1,144

1
2

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




59

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

T A B L E 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND T E R R I T 9 R I E S ; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total
tax—Continued.
IDAHO.
Exemptions for
normal tax.
Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

Inc ome class.

137
i \ 0 ^ ' O f )!
t ()' 0
i

• \*
o7

'h

$482, 643
90, 591
olo, 771
520 V >
307
502!

Net
! income
subject
to
Divi- ! normal
tax.
dends.

Specific
exemption.

$40,130
2,041
19,221
'

$10,550
17,550
U5 050
125, 400

wrs

I/''i,f'0)

4S.s(,'2

K>5/)00

295^ ( 0 ,

21") lib
i ">7, 11 )

3- «9, 050

217 14 0
'l5,0-V " '.
20,Ui)
/')' V) . .

1

.f

19

, f

11
1

<> < ' ;

,\
V

131
i'.'/ 05 N
1

M

f;
i N<»

{

)"» S">{^

151,'()•

.";).

1 )1!.?)()
2 0 7 , ^ i0

>5i
)

•AM

'

)

^

''/'

( )

' ')
f

,<

1

\-\

{ )

,

( y

l

6. 642
6.455

1 i

(V"

t'

(

t

(-)
i

'

;-

!

i!

*(h)

(')

3.399
3. 811
3. 235
4. 780
5. 625

^2 \

I - )

1
1

',

39,000:

82S,924]

3'(»'nKM).

, ),

y\l()

"5 (

i ' •'

' ' ,

I V i

0,000.
-'i . .

1,728
I a.
A

4

$211 6.233
951
.174
2 901 .558
' \ 50^
.557
3,457
.688
,i, 300
.846
L,917
.883
7,39-J
.812
fi ^7">
1.055
),().")!
1.200
2,.3JU
1.490
"), t>0^
1. 458
3,73 i
1.370
.990
2.546
\',Slo

W

' )
' )

) * 4 X M ' " )

1

J. 771
lJ'
l,c

1 )•), 10')

i'. .

' "o,<

,'

1V9
1 Itn

(

' ' . . .

i 7 •

1

x7~)
1 074
2 0 >(»
! IV
1 J»i

()

"Mill,
2 1 . (•')•
! r Mi

¥211!
951
901
0 50 s
3 157
3 ,vr
1
9i7 .
•J9?
0

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent.

i U

2
c

<. , j

K\>!

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

Amount
of
| Additional
normal
tax.
tax.

:

$543,000
78,00<3
JSO,000
865.00')
°"2,00,
AJ3,00<

|
'

.

. .

754

860,350

17 207

72,048

89,255

7,927, 064 2,923,000 1,978,251 3,126, 300

62, 526'

77,970

140,496

1.772

i.i il l i i ' e p i< l U l M S > I 0111

and*
uid total
1

2
756

,

j

\ 1 ' )\al le: Lpecific exemption and dividend exceed net income.
'2 ( t-sos grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
p * 1 under a distribution.
•




60

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TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
ILLINOIS.

Exemptions for
normal tax.
Number
of returns.

Income class.

Total net
income.
Specific

exemption.

Dividends.

Net
income Amount Addisubject
of
normal tional
to
tax.
tax.
normal
tax.

6,725 $23,589,705;826,611,000 81. 845,416
$3,000-84,000*
93,428 8466,950
920 3,;320,378 2,760,000
—
"
$3,000-84,000
882,128 3,145,200
i,612 29,5
583,32825,556,000
$4,000-15,000
123,88917,821,000 1. 698,939! 5,603,950
605 25,1
$5,000-86,000
869,441! 12,515,000 2. 032,841 6; 321,600
229 20,8
$6,000-$ /,000
182,6011 8,907,000! 2 123,701 6,151,900
300
$7,000-88,000
618,383| 6,651,000 2, 239,133 5,728,250|
722
$8,000-89,000
313 12,-491,444' 5,088,000! 2, 123,6441 5,279,800!
$9,000-810,000
551,53814,217,000! 10, 036,388120,298,150!
679
$10,000-815,000
576,259J 7,020,000 9, 029,009! 15,527,250j
816
$15,000-820,000
819,396 3,900,000 6, 948,59611,970,800
018
$20,000-825,000
557,976 2,317,000! 6, 210,626 8,030,350!
'605
$25,000-830,000
326,141 2,922,000110, 130,84113,273,300|
760
830,000-840,000
063,869 1,805,000! 9, 279,069 i 979,800!
,
$40,000-850,000
470
044,019
920,000 5, 760,019 6,364, OOOl
$50,000-860,000
238 13,1
198,156
780,000 6, 514,756 5,903,400!
$60,000-870,000
201 13,1
260,957|
471,000! 5, 126,707 3,663,250)
$70,000-880,000.
123 9,2
124 10,609', 439
$80,000-890,000
476,000! 5,148,589 4,984,8501
65 6,331,836|
$90,000-8100,000
248,000! 3,272,486 2)811; 350!
~
$100,000-8150,000
231 28, 124,778! 893,000 14,688,178 12,543,600i
326,000 7,069,992 7,294,250!
$150,000-8200,000....
871 14',690,242J
202,000! 4,849,969 6,683,100!
$200,000-8250,000....
52) 11, 735,069
91,000| 4,768,275 2,264,700!
" ""' —'
$250,000-$300,000....
25 " 123,975
$300,000-8400,000....
133,000 5,989,889 5,521,950!
35 n ; 644,839
89,000 4,316,125 4,997,800
$400,000-8500,000
23
" 402,925
.,00011,220,676 6,637,1001
$500,000-81,000,000..
17, 953,776
589,996
27,000 7,362,246 1,200,750!
$1,000,000-81,500,000.
088,774
15,000 3,550,624 2,523,150!
81,500,000-82,000,000.
817,704
10,000 4,161,054 2,646,650|
$2,000,000-83,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000,000.
$4,000,000-85,000,000.
$5,000,000 and over..

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

$9,339
89,339 0.281
62,904
62,904
.213
112,079
112,079
.446
126,432
126,432
.606
123,038
123,038
.716
114,565
114,565
.784
105,596
.845105.596
405,963
405,963
.911
310,545
310,545
.983
239,416 $36,061 275,477 1.207
160,607
41,792 202,399 1.222
265,466 103,404 368,870 1.401
199,596 129,356 328,952 1.562
127,280 109,687 236,967 1. 817
118,068 141,985 260,053 1.970
73,265 141,488 214,753 2.319
99,697 161,900 261.597 2.466
56,227 110,535 166,762 2.634
250,872 668,835 919,707 3.270
145,885 477,650 623,535 4.245
133,662 454,541 588,203 5.012
45,294 327,957 373,251 5. 239
110,439 625,030 735,469 6.316
99,956 568,685 668,641 7.111
132,742 1,301,166 1
,433,908 7.987
24,015 731,003 755,018 8.790
50,4631 763,933 814,396 13.375
52,933 295,898 348,831 5.117

Total
37,018 484,290,833 142,867,000l 158,473,344 187,817,2O0j3,756,344 7,190,906 10,947,250
Women making separate returns from
husbands
507
37,525

Grand total
1

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.




Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional per
cent.

2.260

61

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
INDIANA.

Exemptions for
normal tax.
Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

$3,000-$4,000 i
1,408
$3,000-14,000
163
$4,00()-$5,000
1,229
$5,000-16,000
917
$6,000-$7,000
570
$7,00(>-$8,000
410
$8,000-19,000
341
$9,000-$10,000
288
$10,000-$15,000
688
$15,000-120,000
333
$20,000-$25,000
160
$25,000-$30,000
108
$30,000-$40,000
108
$40,000-150,000
48
$50,000-$60,000
35
$60,000-$70,000
36
$70,000-180,000
16
$80,000-$90,000
11
$90,000-$100,000
8
$100J000-$150,000....
25
$150,000-$200,000....
16
$200,000-$250,000
14
$250,000-$300,000....
1
$300,000-$400,000
3
$400,000-1500,000....
3
$500 000-$1,000 000
$1,000,000-$1,500,000.
1
$1,500,000-$2,000,000.
12,0(1),000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 and over.
Classes grouped 2..

Specific
exemption.

$4,951,356 $5,544,000
599,556 489,000
5,509,309 4,752,000
4,979,398 3,570,000
3,690,803 2,207,000
3,036,800 1,593,000
2,890,055 1,323,000
2,728,721 1,117,000
8,313,431 2,657,000
5,723,336 1,286,000
3, 559,603 620,000
2,960,010 416,000
3,736,556 415,000
2,127,935 190,000
1,924,855 138,000
2,321,892
140,000
1,209,497
63,000
945,558
43,000
756,416
31,000
3,014,880
98,000
2,753,152
64,000
3,064,696
56,000
(2)
(2)
1,027,625
11,000
1,351,210
12,000
(2)

(2)

Dividends.

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

$401,902
27,806
237,209
489,798
509,653
530,250
615,205
610,721
2,647,181
2,299,236
1,381,203
1,533,960
1,969,806
1,102,185
1,120,055
1,113,192
630, 747
422,258
437,116
2,301,780
1,834,302
1,211,396
(2)
151,975
899,460

$82,750
520,100
919, 600
974,150
913,550
951,850
1,001,000
3,009,250
2,138,100
1,558,400
1,010,050
1,351,750
835,750
666,800
1,068,700
525,750
480,300
288,300
615,100
854,850
1,797,300
(2)
864,650
439,750

(2)

(2)

Amount Addiof
normal tional
tax.
tax.

$1,655
10,402
18,392
19,483
18,271
19,037
20,020
60,185
42,762
31,168
20,201
27,035
16,715
13,336
21,374
10,515
9,606
5,766
12,302
17,097
35,946
(2)
17,293
8,795
(2)

Average
rate
Total
of
normal tax,
and
noraddimal
tional
and
tax.
additional
per
cent.

$1,655
10,402
18,392
19,483
18,271
19,037
20,020
60,185
42,762
$3,686 34,854
7,977 28,178
17, 652 44,687
13,722 30,437
30,318
16,982
26,046 47,420
16,516 27,031
15,477 25,083
26,262
20,496
87,321
75,019
92,643 109,740
122,044 157,990
<2)
(2)
56,043 73,336
85,383 94,178
(2)

(2)

0.276
.189
.369
.528
.602
.659
.734
.724
.747
.979
.952
1.196
1.430
1.575
2.042
2.235
2.653
3.472
2.896
3.986
5.155
6.377
7.136
6.969
10.211

I

1,461,033

8,000

340,983 1,112,050

22,24i

116,678

138,919

Total
6,940 74,637,683 26,843,000 24,809,379 23,979,850 479,597 686,364 1,165,961 1.562
Women making
separate returns
from husbands
64
Grand total
7,004
1
2

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
IOWA.
Exempi ions for
norms 1 tax.

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

2,199
$3,000-14,000 i
$3,000-14,000
175
$4,000-85,000
1,766
$5,000-86,000
1,094
$6,000-17,000
727
$7,000-18,000
504
$8,000-S9,000
350
$ 9,000-810,000
273
$10,000-815,000
670
$15,000-820,000
269
$20,000-825,000
125
825,000-830,000
77
830,000-840,000
101
$40,000-150,000
34
850,000-860,000
26
$60,000-$70,000
12
$70,000-880,000
$80,000-$90,000
11
$90,000-$100,000
4
$100,000-8150,000....
10
$150,000-8200,000
2
$200,000-1250,000....
1
$250,000-8300,000....
1
$300,000-1400,000
2
$400 000-8500 000
$500 000 $1,000 00*0
$1,000,000-81,500,000.
$1,500,000-82,000,000.
$2,000,000-83,000,000.
$3,000,000-84,000,000
$4,000,000-55,000,000.
$5 000,000 and over
Classes grouped 2
Total
Women making
separate returns
from husbands

Grand total

Specific
exemption!

$7,730,468 $8,723,000
525,000
676,809
7, 902,609 6,877,000
5,954,491 4,268,000
4,698,578 2,831,000
3,767,065 1,952,000
2,972,821 1,375,000
2,585,326 1,059,000
8,086,355 2,610, 000
4,590,591 1,051,000
2,839,164 482,000
302,000
2,118,869
390,000
3,429,254
1,503,618 129,000
100,000
1,437,298
47,003
770,520
27,000
516,447
42,000
890, 508
15,000
384,885
38,000
1,243,317
(2)
(2)
2
(2)
(2)
2
(2)
(2)
()
()

1,505,881

Dividends.

$429,416
56,109
301,209
506,741
564,678
623,665
575,871
495,926
2,385,955
1,694,491
1,202,614
1,027,769
1,803,204
823,668
810,448
474, 870
213, 097
556,258
317,035
625,367
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)

24,000 1,006.081

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

$95,700
724,400
1,179,750
1,302,900
1,191,400
1,021,950
1,030,400
3,090,400
1,845,100
1,154,550
789,100
1,236,050
550,950
526,850
248,650
276,350
292,250
52,850
579,950
(2)
(2)
('2 \

I2)

475,800

Amount Addiof
normal tional
tax.
tax.

$1,914
14,488
23,595
26,058
23,828
20,439
20,60S
61,808
36,902
23,091 *""|3,"ii9
15,782
5,192
24,721
13,005
11,019
9,435
10,537
12,211
4,973
8,565
5,527
6,468
5, 845 13,966
1,057
7,396
11,599
28,562
(2)
(2)
2
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
()

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent.

$1,914 0.283
14,488
.183
23,595
. 396
26,058
. 555
23,828
.633
20,439
. 688
20,608
. 797
61,808
.764
36,902
.804
26,210
.923
20,974
.990
37,726 1.100
20,454 1.360
22,748 1. 583
13,538 1.757
11,995 2.323
19,811 2.225
8,453 2.196
40,161 3.230
(2)
3.283
(2)
5. 565
(2)
4.833
2
()
4. 521

(2)

9,516!

57,619

8,440 65, 604,874 32,867,000 16,494,472 17, 665,350 353,307 165,538

67,135 .. . .
518,845

.791

57
8,497

1
2

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




63

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
KANSAS.

Exemptions for
normal tax.
jNumI
i
| ber Total net |
! of re- income, j s
turns.
! ?^c!

Income class.

I

8")

r>i

,

1 "
')])

') (> )

s

(•2S

-?,

,

•

•i, ( 1 7

niv

,17s

, f

...

-\\

, T)0|

.'!!

M
-2« i
2
c

>_ j , (,

< •

- '\ n

(

i

C j

*\>

-

{

SI

Ols
, S')0

(

!,iS>
,80^

"() 0<>

!

>

', W0|
', 8")()

16'

^j

.

I) 1 {;

s n (/

i- \ « 0i

( ;

T'I

J0'(
,10)

, wo
°2)
SU 0
koi*)

>I;,100

)')'-«•' > )
))>>- i 0 0 I

~it'U)'i)

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

$566:
6,957
12,426
14,715
15,639^
12,576'
ll,480 :
43,8271
27,970
23,067
10,638
24,404
15475
15,47
8,247!
6,738j
6J,244!
8,982:
14,900!
12,555]
SI, 288|

$2,340|
~ """
3,058j
8,685S
8,685|
6,266
6,259
7,413|
10,642|
10,1121
33,497j
23,239!
2
)
|
59,314!

S566;
6,957
12,426
14,715
15,639
12,576
ll,480|
43,827!
27,970!
25,407 i
13,696
33,089!
24,160:
14,513!
12,997J
14,876!
16,886
19,094
48,397
35, 794
83.602

0.182
.190
. 405
.600
.691
.753
.837
.885
1.032
1.206
1.148
1.639
1.895
2.162
2. 286
2.777
2.535
3.367
3.639
5.208
5.140
6.410
8.623

C-)

M ()<,) 0 « - M , '
8 1

Amounti Addiof I
normal ! tional
tax. i tax.

', ./I* .

l •?'»

(

,i

-^, ,(n o

>i ) -•^8 (Kh1
i , -'.0(0

*)

-,;

n

o

2

i

" 1 . M 1 ! '.:::::'

Net
income
subject
to
normal

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent.

* > V

,') )
$ 3 / 0 0 uOO 1 o - C'Of)
H ' 0 0 H) -"> 00 > Oi-O
5,0'K) 0 K) <m i -)N 1
("List. -5 { i o u ' » a Toial

'.27, 350 " "i8*547!"'48J729J
4,283

3 9 , 6 3 s . H>"> 16,60"), 0 JO 7, i < ! 7,1 IS if, 38'), 200

327, 704:

228,239

555,9431

1.402

U p
a r a t roimns Horn
s

Grand total

| 4,2901

I
Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.
1
2




64

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
B5T CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
KENTUCKY.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

NumTotal net
ber
of re- income.
turns.

Specific
exemption.

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

Dividends.

743 $2,601,008 $2,914,000 £202.157
$46,450
285,000
22,418
353,868
95
265,650
166,015
681 3,049,665 2,618,000
491,150
485 2,651,566 1,854,000
306,416
336 2,173,073 1,292,000
524,950
356,123
236 1,763,280
498,000
899,000
366,280
180 1,528,079
480,550
680,000
367,529
142 1,355,157
431,850
550,000
373,307
410 4,986,693 1,577,000 L, 583,243 1,826,450
197 3,378,796
755,000 L, 216,846 1,406,950
117 2,626,985
813,300
450,000 L, 363,685
45 1,217,240
397,350
168,000
651,890
61 2,120,443
825,500
239,000 1,055,943
41 1,782,994
615,550
155,000 L, 012,444
23 1,242,404
555,400
87,000
600,004
14
177,500
54,000
684,634
916,134
16 1,192,633
492,050
61,000
639,583
4
173,700
15,000
153,867
342,567
5
170,600
20,000
277,079
467,679
14 1,737,554
545,800
54,000 L, 137,754
2
1
(2)
()
(2\

$3,000-$4,000 i
$3,000-$4,000
$4,000-$5,000
$5,000-16,000
$6,000-$7,000
$7,000-$8,000
$8,000-19,000
$9,000-110,000
$10,000-$15,000
$15,000-120,000
$20,000-825,000
$25,000-$30,000
$30,000-140,000
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-160,000
$60,000-$70,000
$70,000-880,000
$80,000-890,000
$90,000-$100,000
$100,000-8150,000....
$150,000-8200,000
$200 000-8250 000
$250,000-8300,000
$300,000-$400,000....
$400 000-8500 000
$500,000-1,000,000 . .
$1,000,000-81,500,000.
$1,500,000-82,000,000.
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-14,000,000.
$4,000,000-15,000,000.
$5,000,000 a n d over
Classes grouped 2 .

2
1

(2)
(2)

$929
5,313
9,823
10,499
9,960
9,611
8,637
36,529
28,139
16,266
7,947
16,510
12,311
11,108
3,550
9,841
3,474
3,412
10,916

(2)
(2)

(2)
(2)

(2)
(2)

(2)

(2)
(2)

(2)

1

Amount Addiof
normal tional
tax.
tax.

(2)

Average
rate
Total
of
normal
tax,
and
noraddimal
tional
and
tax.
additional
per
cent.

(2)

8

0.263
.174
.370
.483
.565
.629
.637
.733
.833
.710
.888
1.184
1.301
1.815
1.490
2.203
2.679
2.592
3.009
3.443

(2)
(2)

5.556
5.125

(2)

$2,383
2,857
8,591
10,883
11,443
10,098
16,438
5,703
8,708
41,366
(2)

$929
5,313
9,823
10,499
9,960
9,611
8,637
36,529
28,139
18,649
10,804
25,101
23,194
22,551
13,648
26,279
9,177
12,120
52,282
(2)

1.996

I

1
1

281,150

5,623

45,629

51,252

220,398

164,099

384,497

Grand total

16,000

722,008

1

3,850 38,506,976 14,743,000 13,349,225 11,019,900
Total
Women making separate returns from
husbands
37

1,019,158

.998

3 887:

1
2

Nontaxabla; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Class3s groupad to conceal the net incom.3 and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




65

STATISTICS OF INCOME,

TABLE 2a, PERSONAL INCOME TAX-DISTRIBUTION OF BECOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the n umber of returns, vet income, and total tux—Continued.
LOUISIANA.

i

Net
i,'Nnm-1
income I Amount
; ber i Total net j
subject 1
of
TO
of r e - : income, ; S))ecific 1
i noimal
' ivi- ; noimal
lav.
evemp- ' (lends. :
H\.

* ohiss.

' A \ crape
rate
Total
of
noimal
tax,
and
normal
addiand
ti< nal

Exempts [ n s for
not ma! f'lW
._ 1

Additional
lav-

: tional
i cent.

ss;,

)(J K

v," 0 0 0
v:

V.^Vl'-*, » r
o
VK1!
site

120,
3,Mfii. r v ; 2 , ."91,

i\7'/{

7. > ' ) 0 . . .

-) w ^ 2 . ' 0 " \ v 0 9 J

.

'< •' fit) f>po_
)0 < Jo 00'i
-

«ir I '} '-] 120
<' '•%",' S"' 1
)00
'V'.'- w
'171,100
4
MO
2>»l>,7.":)! c i 2 . : o o
<ns
•;so' I, s?s «JO l,ir.",»'«0; 2,S!S,ioo

i":
21 '

s;?*i

1 "7I
90 t,

1 1

11;

i.(VU.HM)

?

S«;o!«l'ii
2.'501,«3i)

31

!

«1,34R; 5.0 2P2
r,S99
.108
1^,«'73: .4, r 0

i' J /< 17'.' I '. I \'."[
\'\\ 7 1 7 '
\ 703
l ' , , 4 2 2 . . . . '' 13,422. .744
12.?:'")
• 12,2:0: . s o i
•fi.3»"2
4%440;

.971
l 093

J,:>'I7,7.V)
3 1 . " . »':VI

il,
s\f
00

f)0 (1 »,f'('o;

l , o : 2 . i:<>

/tt'.'^" 1 i 212
2<>,S7Oj 1 287

K \ "72,

20. 101

:U,o-12,'

s"..072i
."\4S-Jj

2 } 0*>,'-.

."1

5)'
'>2,

2J)>7.'
•'». 1"',). 9"0
2 . 4 3 1 , 7'\\
1 , »••«•'', 212

op

..."

|

s i i ] : : t ! ]!niw.'.r-»
7 2 1 , H ' " ' l.0.'9,30d

."21
2° 7
377^
21 1.
120,
12.",

m

K1,34S
:>,s()9'

0,"(;

2. m i . * 11,'

|O. i •»."(>, 0 i ) ' ! .
ws,i_».(.0 (I'll)

".j

v.,7.40!'
2'U.o:''

l!:i'4.

1 , M > 2 . 9s"i
] r {0 O"')'

21 r
(1

()<>•> ~2'),00i».
•l)'\ - ' ? . " 0 ! l 0 . .
! \':- <tf)0' )i!
l<!''-S4'j,0i' I

?\2S,\
i^.4S')'

It. 211 j
21. 'no
14,

1 sl4
2. Of»l
2. 3^7
23,790! o_ ?99
0 776
iIl,«"10j
3 (V8
93 7"3i 3 T99
19,\7I 1 1. <i28
•S,211 4. r-r<6
"1
5. 970

'.3,327
21.:N"

2f,, 7r."i

q r:2
s
s, : 7 '
10, ("22
'52 ."71
2 1 , 143
2l! 143
6, 7*) 8

i ; ^ i'32i
if,. 704'i
• ' 1 , 182i
" 8 , 0()^'

<1 1HV

(- •

44, K7!

s 1,34wi
f 1,074

*•:." • " 0 0 ^1 O"o Owo

,000
,<I

••O.(J«»f«-S2.'M>i),(H)0.i.

<f .O(Ki.OOI) Cl'id

686,300;

13,726

50, OlSj

{53,744

Tot;.!
. . . . ' 4,494 51,274,633 17,281,000,1.2,234,954122,413,500J
^v omen m iKine sep-i
urateroi'irn^ from ,
>.l>V):lMds
23

952,210

448,270

330,423!

778,693

Grand total

ll,000i

254?910!

1.519

i 4,,

1

Nontaxa^'e: specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
* C!as?e« <rronped to ^onceai the net income and identity oi the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.

35884°-—18




5

66

STATISTICS. OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; shotting for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.

!

Exempt ions for
norma 1 tax.

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

Specific
exemption.

Net
i income
subject
to
i ivinormal
dends.
,*x.

499 $1,755,284 $1,934,000 ^238,671
$36,100
245,067
7,967
201,000
67
120 432
480 2 143,932 1,838.000
185 500
370 2,035,147 1,423,000
83.947
528,200
243 1,563,793
287,843
922,000
353,950
193 1,452^622
274,172
729,000
449,450
954,391
112
228,641
424,000
301,750
969,072
102
211,772
386,000
371,300
296 3,604,156 1,108,000 1,179,406 1,316,750
125 2,171,475
800,275
470,000
901,200
93 2,095,824
798,824
348,000
949,000
46 1,251,211
544,261
177,000
529,950
53 1,854,175
909,775
207.000
737,400
29 1,312,660
640,110
105,110
567,550
21 1,147,089
513,389
83,000
550,700
747,480
12
458', 130
15,000
244,350
897,671
12
593', 221
45,000
259,-450
410,905
193,055
20,000
197,850
289,327
221,027
10,000
58,300
3
53,000 1,009,351
719,0501
15 1,781,401
(2)
I2)
(2)
.
(2)
2
2
()
(>
(*)
(2)
850,303
628,853
11,000
2
210,450
()
(2)
(*)

$3,000-84,000 *
$3.000-54,000
$4 000-85 000
¥5,000-86,000
$6,000-87,000
$7,000-^8,000
$8,000-89,000'
$9,000-810,000..
$10,000-815,000
$15,000-^20,000
$20,000-125,000
$25,000-130,000
$30,000-840,000
$40,000-850,000
$50,000-860,000
$60,000-170,000
870.000-880,000
$80,000-890,000
,
$90.000-8100,000
$100,000-8150.000....
$150,000-8200,000....
$200,000-8250,000
$250,000-8300,000....
$300',000-8400,(XX)
$400 000-3.500,000 .
$500,000-81,000,000. .
$1,000,000-81,500,000.
$1,500,000-82,000,000.
$2,000,000-13,000,000.
$3,000,000-84,000,000.
$4 000 000-85,000 000
$5,000,000 and over.
Classes grouped 2

j

;:;;;;

Additional
tax.

$722
3 710
10,564
7,079
$', 989
6,035
7,426
26,335
18,024
18,980 " s i ,'937
10,599
2,812
14,748
6,900
11,351
7,767
11,014
9,333
4,887
7,130
5,189
11,793
3,957
5,358
1.166
5,558
14,381
43,912
(2)
(2)
(-)
(2)
-1,209
35,640
(2)

S722
3,710
10,564
7,079
8,989
6,035
7,426
26,335
18,024
20,917
13,411
21,648
19,118
20,347
12,017
16,982
9,31?
6,724
58,293
(2)
(2)
39,849
(2)

L.

!

ie,666

902,96C

2,822

i
!

0.295
.173
,519
. 453
,619
. 632
. 766
.731
. 830
.998
1.072
1.16S
1.456
1.774
1. 608
1. 892
2.267
2. 324
3. 272
3.582
6.129
4.686
5.226

i . .

i

i
|
260,20C !

626,760

Total
2,783 30,435,945| 10,555,000 10,569,882 9,728,45(
Womenraakms:separate returns from
j
husbands
:
41
Grand total

Amount
of
normal
rax.

! Average
rate
of
Total
tax,
normal
norand
mal
addiand
tional
additax.
tional
per
cent.

1

i

5,204

38,658

43,862

194,568

176,798

371,367

•
"

1.22(
1
!

i

1
Noitaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
*.Cla338s grouped to coiseal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




STATISTICS OF INCOME.

67

TABLE 2a. —PERSONAL INCOME TAX -DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES: showing for each elms
(he number of returns, net income, and total tax-Continued.
MARYLAND.
Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
a nd
additional
per
cent.

E x e m p t i o n s for
normal tax.
Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

$3,000 $4,000 . . . . . . . .
$3,000-54,000........
$4,000 $ 5 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . .
$5,000 $ 6 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . .
$6,000-$7,000........
$7,000 - $ 8 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . .
$8,000--$9,000........
$9,000-$10,000.......
$10,000-$15,000......
$15,000 -$20,000......
$20,000 -$25,000......
$25,000-$30,000......
$30,0 )O-«S4),030.
$40,000-150,000 .
$50,000-$60,000..
$60,000~$70,000.
$70,000-180,000.
$80,000-$90,000.
$90,000-SI 00,000
$100,000 §150,000....
$150,000-$200,000....
$200,000-1250,000....
$^50,000-$300,000....
$300,000-1400,000....
$400,000-$500,000....
$500,000-11,000,000..
$1,000,000-11,500,000
$l,500,000-$2,000,000
$2,000,000-13,000,000
$3,000,000-$4,000,000
$4,000,000-$5,000,000
$5,000,000 a n d o v e r . .
Classes grouped I . . .

Specific
exemption.

Dividends,

Not
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

j
] Amount
j
of
j normal
j tax.
!

Additional
tax.

Total
normal
and
additional
(ox.

», 068, 822 S5, 627,000 $651,396
1,447
18,279 8100,850
947 129
828,000;
$2,0171
276
82,017
364,418
L999 118
879,OOOi
15,114!
1,562
15,114
755,700
508,000! 644,884 1,378,250
27,565
1,188 6,531,134
27,5651
238,000
677,159 1,594,If0
309
31,883!
852
31.8S3
696 ,395,000
775,796 1,567', GOO 3l,3£8|
632
31,3;" 8
337 ,843,000
701,937 1,573,400
31,468!
486
31,468
271,000
773
351,873 1,568, £00 31,378!
336
31,378
155 ,8-3,000! 3,014,455 5,705,700 114,114
114,114
1.023
855 , 922, OOO!
90,2111
2,386,305 4,510,5£0
90,211j
511
097 ,321,000| 2,052,747 4, £05,3^0 90,101
97,327!
348
$7,220
727,000 1,731,004 2,848,0£0
054
56,961
70,113
193
13,152!
825,00 2.566,163 4,162,350 83 , 24
513
217
29,662I 112,909
475,000 1,854,248 3,120,2.-0
498
62,405'
94,601
123
32,196!
348,000 1,845,949 2,771,000
949
55,420;
91
41,762! 97,182
212,000 1,203,6! 3 2,078,800
453
41,576!
55
. r 0,115| 91,691
j
132,000
390
30,466
64,C08
963,020 1,523,300
35
34,440!
125,000 1,120,360 1,447,150
510
28,943^
68,033
32
39,020;
183
25,387! 38,8671 64,234
744,833 l,268,3"0
22
84,000
242
50,580; 102,181 152,761
137,000 1,614,242 2,529,000
36
086
46,952! 142,872 189,824
101,000 2,020,486 2,347,600
26
076
970,600
19,412! 84,578j 103,990
9
33,000 1,155,476
(2)
i2)
I
(2)
.
2
20,0111 110,528 130,539
6 2,123,001
24,000 1,098,451 i 1,000,550
(2)
2
15,000! 794,977 1,735,800
4 2,545,777
34,716! 182,065 216,781
2

(")

4,876,897

21,000| 1,659,247 3,196,650

(2)

!579
. 662
.764
.983
. SOS
1.023
1.235
1. 321
1.495
1.736
1.957
2. 622
2. 479
2. 527
3. 063
3.569
4.247
4.816
6.133
6.149
7.088
8.515

! 10.979

63,9331 411,591! 495,524|

Total
9,516 121,009,054 35,944,000 32,014,428 54,260,2001,085,204 1,320,319 2,405,523
Women
making
separate returns
from husbands...
158
Grand total

0.213
.216

1.98S

j 9,674

* Nontaxable; specific exemptian and dividends exceed net income.
% Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




68

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME T A X - DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
MASSACHUSETTS.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Inccmo class.

Number Total not
of re- income.
(urns.

p, 000 -$4,000*
*:t ,000-¥4,000
$4,000-$5,000
$5,000 f6,000
$6,000 47,000
$7,00048,000
18,000-19,000
$9,000-810,000
$10,000-$l. c ,000
$15,000420,000
$20,000 -$ 2 ".000
$2." ,000-* 30,000
$30,000440,000
$40,000450,000
$£0,000-$60,000
$60,000-170,000
$70,000 4 80,000
$80,000-190,000
$90,000-¥100,000
$100,0004150,000....
$l£0,000 $200,000
$200,00042/0,000
$250,000-$300,000
$300,000-$400,000
$400,000-$£00,000
$£00,000-$l ,000,000. .
$1,000,000 4 1 , - 00,000.
$l,f 00,00042,000,000.
$2,000,00043,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000 00.
$4,000,00045,000, W .
$. r ,000,000 a n d o v e r .
Classes g r o u p e d 2

7P6
998
£60
£09
8P2
415
159
439
680,
0011
666
815
474
326
232
169
131
92
261
117
75
36
41
17

Specific

249, 600 "21,440,0001! 2,113,545
>,
980,
),O33 2,388,()00 ! 205, 633 $386,400
$7,728
$7,728'..
433,147 18,910,000J 1,568', 647 1,954, £00
39,0P0
39,0P0 . .
5 3 8 , " " 13,431,000! ' I,411^659 4,695, £00
"- ~
~
"'
£3,910
93,910 . .
83,498
414,
9,497,000 2,742,641 4 1 7 4 £ 0 0
4,174,£00
83.4P8..
7'131,000! n A ~f\ *r A
91,632
172,348 n i 01 AAA 2,459,748j Q 4,581,600
91,632 . .
88,121
017', 812 5,331,000 2,280,762 4,406.0.0
88,121.79,£00
038,
4,373,000 2,670,578 3,995,000
79,£00 .337,843
12,954,000 12,251,647 16,892, If 0 337,843 . .
037,
238,265
6.300,000 10,841,0- 2 11,913,2:0 238,265:.
3,761,000 8, £58.8f 6 10,084,050 201,6811 $19,432 221,113
?,511,000 7,857,7^2 ,P49,6-0 1£8,9£3|
43,370 202,363
3,018,000 12,726, £78 12,880, P.'O 257,619 108,277 365,8P6
316,531
i Tin r\r\c\ 10,003,74f 4Z Q r KI Qflf)191,026
125,£0'
1,779,000 \ r\ r\r\r> *7
13f
1,227,000 7,8; 3,1
! 7!eoo 176,952 149.31T 326,271
8£4,000 7,581, 862 6,780,200 135,804 162,23? 298,036
637,000 5,15' 655 6,827,600 13«,££2 165,253 301,805
£04,000 5,236, 266 5,151,£00 103,030 162,968 265,998
347,000 4,550, 7S0 3,883,250
77,665 149,751 227,416
992,000|14,350, r94 16,424,0. r 0 328,481 770,34e ,098,827
842,116
449,000! 9,5£0, 04910,401,000 208,020 €34,O9f
2f0,000 7,655, 522] 8,7S3,2fO 175,665| 641,377 817,0 2
93.369, 416,540 £09, £09
139,000 5,010, 9731 4,668,4fO
156,000 5,996, 143| 7,873,300 157,466' 714,358 871,824
91,£5li 434.792 526,343
67,000| 2,795, 8471 4,577,5/0
120,000110,208, 598111,154,550 223,0911 ,£38,4391 ,761,£30
2
(3)
(2) i ' (2)
(8)

i( )

13.344
7,432,636

16,000;

681,836! 6,734,800 134,

744,982

879,678

Total
31,470 474,292,762 118,652,000164,362,3071195,582,400 3,911,648 6,981,03710,892,685
Women
making
separate returns
from husbands
821
Grand total

0.259
.174
.481
.£08
.647
.733
.724
.803
.820
.£87
1.105
1.277
1.484
1.820
1.957
2.391
2.442
2.590
3.459
4.120
4.884
5.193
6.216
7.074
8.199
9.996

2.297

32,291

1

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




69

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a. PERSONAL INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOB STATES AND TERRITORIES; shon ing Jo, tach class
//;<

n u m h t r

o fr e t u r n s ,

ntt

i n c o m e

a n d

total t o r

C

i

d

MK'UHJAN.
K\omi>!i<sn->
animal v,)\
Ill 'Ciim 1

brr i Total n-»(
of re- i r r o r m \

lli< f m e

!

i mai '

A in 01 :n
of
normal

norini'!

IV i•inial

J

S'3, 570,^74*7.343,00')

$3,00) v},00()'-.
$4/)) I
,*5/ni
Hi.nil
S7,'M»

'•5,0)0
J
« ),000_
*7,0T)
s
-\0)0..

10')
' 1,72>
l,;r5
'
07')

..

7, 7lO>^9 f>.70»]000
7. l°i,^s'l 5,21.000

541
1 5)7,5')i
124 4 01 .,523
1.2J7 r>,7r>,MW)
()*)() 11. 412,92-.

}lV)i'
$2 V > ' (
#21,0 )
0 1 ^5 1,0 )f>.
0 i t "«50,0 )')
.')M S70,0Y).
/
$7).' M ! - ^ 0 , 0 ' ) > .
$•<'),') i ) ^ 9 0 , 0 ) 0 . . . .
i i M,U i I-^IVJ.OOO*.
$!.>•, ) >i - ^ 2 ) ) , 0 I1)...

$2." »/) i 1-^3') V ) K » . . .
M )), )M S 4 0 0 , 0 ) 0 . . .
$4)),0 i S o ) 0 , 0 ) 0 . .
j ^ ) ) / ) ,' ~^]/)0 ),000.

94
iYj.

5 Iio!n2)
4. Oil. 024

n
2! ^02! 701
2* 2. 75>. 412
SS 10,S20, 195
4fi 7,91»7,72-J
11
12
5
7
1

3! O.V)j 712'
4.417.02?
2,271,700
4.439.519
(-)

S. 45
<vn. ioo
r,5>.' 5 0
'.'> 4,S39
75). 5 1 . m.300
\ 0 7 1 l.t.h?.9OO

H , 1 $7 . . . .
2 ). 00 > .
3i.25-s . .
.5! H 7 . . .

2,007.000
l,()1),000
o. OH. 019
2,531,00'*
l,4>L0)n
7^7,000
1,2^2000
f>3 t,00"
3(>0,0f^
2^,0'K)
i s ; . 000
127,000
112,000
,345,000
177.000

9")7,50<i 1 . 5 H . 0 7 )
SV..123 1 5{).4')0
3).t
3).dOs
f>, [0.., 150 122.1
122.119
1»1,97S
-22
93 799 .
3.471"-, 1M7 3. 417 4'V)
75.701
1 M5.S15 2.2")>.5")0
45 (in
r,.c,7
r^.r.sN i «}->s
5.vjs.02i 4, hMi, 950
^. *-!)7 2^^ 2. si i, 7Vu
5.!:>i5
! i ! 172 lOJ^O?
1 373
2. 15".. 12'i 2, ^ i . 5 ) 1 )
P (70
H.154
O'S.-21 1 7 1
«
1 S35 724 i.'i.Y7, 500
i'», 1 1 •
11, 17 > SO. 021 2 0m»
I, 04s. 5<>7 I 75). 100 35. 1^2
1\7tO
s j 912 2 33'
1 5 H . 401 1. 112,300
22,2!')
4^.7^^
m 031 2 VtU
1.1*>9,3;2 1,175,050
fi 1) ( U)45 4,3')S W
"".! 105 2")>'O7<! 312! h i
3 .(2
5, 12). 429 2.lx'il.300
5i.22'> 25-!, 917 307.17* 3.-.V,
21,299 1 ^.M)9
KO 19- 1 21'>
42! 00!) •!>. 27t>." 2H2 'lVl\ 15)
Ii,dl9
1V2, 137 117,0^M
» ^21
'
H.000 3.070,^73 1,202,150
25. * 1 s 221,13? 219. 975 5. • 5<»
19,000 1.075,150 1 177,5V)
2t.5-)l
12S,(.,<32 r.^^s-i •; -J2
2\0!»0 "I 421. M«J
'n<) 700
19,791 2,4,71!'.
111.")!!) 7.017
(-1
'
(-)
\~)
(•"
(-1 '
(2)
10 9 s s

» ', M )-S2?0 M,000.'.
i V i n - s v ) M'.OOO.1
)). JM-^0,0 )V) )0.
• ) , 0 i ) ( ) : i ' i d

O i i T . .

1

(->

-;

(-1

C-t

(-}

ii.tinr.

.

4,349,049

S,0l)H

1,932,299

2 . 409, (N")0

4S. ly 3

117,7-52

495,925....

Total
11,294 102,533.191 43.002,00 >('.}. s70.637 55 141.059 ], 10<>21 2.231, Mil 3,310. (,-'„
Women
making
'
separate returns j
'
from h u s b a n d s . . . .
154|

2.055

Grand t o t a l . . . . . 11,448!
1

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2
Classes grouped to conceal tha net income- and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




70

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a. -PERSONAL INCOME TAX-DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of return*, net income, and total tax—ContiiuiosL
MINNESOTA.

Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income. Specific
turns.!
exemption.

$3,00O-$4.000 l
,304 $4,578,,439j$5,153,000|
599,
498,000;
166|
13,000-14,000
5,347,000;
,3721 6,139,
H000-$5,000
900! 4,941, 608 3,503,000,
$5,000-56,000
652J 4,223, 5341 2,524,000i
$6,000-47,000
448 3,374,,424; 1,755,000;
S7,000-$8,OOO
343i 2,913, 8811 1,338,000
$8,000-89,000
2721 2,5S8, 137| 1,059,000;
$9,000-810,000
743 i 9,057, 925! 2,895,000!
810,099-$15,000
372! 6, 444, 129! .1,439,0001
$15003$20000
832,000;
214) 4, 785. 264j
$20,003-$25,000
"~"
453,000;
116 3,168, 601!
825,000-830,000
5S7,O0Oi
153| 5.201, 60n|
$30,000-840,000
4,380, 101!
379,090)
343,000-850,000
3,871, 899!
280,0001
$53,000-860,000
3,090, ,485;
183,000
$50,000-$70,000
2,147, 214
107,000
$7(),000-$80,000
2, 383,,163!
104,030
$80,030-$90,000
2,053,,557!
87,000
$93,003-8100,000
4,852,,918!
153,000
$193,030-1150,000.
3,043,, 764f
65,000,
$159,003-8200,000.
1,981,, 728i
34,030!
1233,030-1250,000..
1,312,,701!
23,000
i$2i9,033-$300,000
|
2,095,,484'
23,000]
$333,O33-$400,OO0....!
1,741,.2771
15,0001
$433,033-$ 500,000
!
(2)
( 2 )'
#533,030-$1,000,000..
81,033,030-81,500,000.
)
$l,533,030-$2,000,000.i
$2,033,030-$3,000,000.
83,033,000-44,000,000.
$4,030,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 a n d o v e r . .
12,000
2,300,454
Classes g r o u p e d 2

Total
Women making
separate returns
from husbands....
Grand total

Not
income Amount Addisubject
of
to
normal tional
tax.
normal
tax.

Pividends.

tax.

$392,604
18,857,
254,883 :
4S7,258
607,384
545,174
591.481
636,537
2.630,826
2,385, 479
1,987,764;
1,419,651!
2.389,355
2,229,951
2,245,449
1,890,135
1,155,714
1,598,163
1,252,757
2,869,118
1,854,014
1,352,728
793,001
1,171,184
940, 527
(2)

0s)

I

1,914,104

$83,0501
537,300
968,350
1,092,150
1,074,250
984,400
901;6001
3,542,1001
2.619,650
1.965,500
1,298,950
2,225,250
1, 780,150
1,345,450!
927,350j
884,500,
681,000 :
743,800;
1,827,800!
1,123,750|
595,000!
499,700!
901,300;
785,750!

8
374,450,

7,431 93,201,384 28,840,000 35,585,099 29,763,450i

SI,661
10,746
19,367
21,843
21,485
19,688
18,032|
70,842!
52,393
39,310
25; 979
44,505
35,603
25,929
18,547!
17,690!
13,620!
14,8761
36,556;
22,475i
11,900!
9,994
18,026
15.715
(

$1,661 0.277
.175
10,746
.392
19,367
.517
21,843
.637
21,485|
19,688
.676
18,032
.697
70,842
.781
52,393
.813
43,627
$4,317i
.912
33,926 1.071
7,947!
63,882 1.228
19,377!
63,434 1.448
27,831|
60,936 1 574
34,007i
48,565 1 619
30,018!
45,314 2 110
27,624'
50,546 2 121
36,926|
50,5891 2 452
35,7131
112,992; 149,548! 3 082
86,962i 109,437 3 595
73,793!
85,693 4 324
58,406
68,400 5.211
116,594| 134,620 6.424
10S.899! 124.614! 7.156
7.070
9.012

&I

7,487 176,607
595,269

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
addi1 tional
I Per
cent.

184,094

958,013 1,553,282

1.667

125!
7,556!

1 Noitaxable; SDeciie exietmtioi and divide*.is e^cesi net hicome.
2
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




71

STA VISTi C S O F 1N C 0 M E.

TABLE 2 a . - PERSONAL INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total fc^r-—Continued.
MISSISSIPPI.
E x e m p ions for
norm*il t a x .

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

n ,ooo-$4,ooo i . . . . . . .
13.000-14,000
$4,000-15,000
15,000-16,000..-.,....
$6,ftOO-!l&7,000........
$7,000-$8,000........
$8,000-89,000........
S9,000-$10,000
110,000-415,000
$15,000-420,000
..
$20,000-1$25,000......
$25,000-130,000
.130,000-140,000......
$40,000-850,000.
$50,000-860.000......
$60'000-470,000......
$70j000-$80,000. .
$80'000-$90,000 . . .
l90;000-$100,000.....
$100,000-8150.000....
$150,000-4200,000....
$200 000-$250'000 . . .
$250,000-4300,000....
1300,000-1400,000....
$400,000-1500,000 . . .
$500 000-41 000 000 .
81,000,000-81,500,000.
$1,500,000-12,000,000.
$2,000,000-83.000,000.
?3,000,000-$4,000,000.
$4,000,000-15,000,000.
$5,000 000 and over
Classes grouped 2

262
39
201
176
120
70
75
59
176
104
55
31
27
14
8
4
1
6
3
1

Specific
exemption .

Dividends,

$912,164 SI,040,000
143,544
117,000
775,000
902,727
681,000
963,253
464,000
774,180
269,000
524,221
292,000
635,795
226,000
556,047
681,000
2.159,972
400.000
I)788,354
214,000
1,211,230
121,000
852,661
105,000
954,008
54,000
617,191
30,000
431,114
14,000
2fi3,860
(2)
549,969
332;856
(2)

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

$74,110
8,144
818,400
39,927
87,800
79,353
202,900
225,350
84,830
194,150
61,071
244,250
99,545
257,300
72,747
309,822 1,169,150
197,804 1.190,550
184,080 ' 813,150
560,950
170,711
656,150
192,858
505,100
58,091
255,450
145,664
200,950
48', 910
(2)'
(2)

21,000
12.000

56,369
20,906

(2)"

(2)

472,600
299,950
(2)

$368
1,756
4,058
4,507
3,883
4,885
5,146
23,383
23,811
10,2P3
11,219
13,123
10,102
5,109
4,019
(2)
9,452
5,999
(2)

(2)

8388
1,756
4,058
4,507
3,883
4,885
5,146
23,383
23,811
17,317
13,547
17,224
14,075
8,951
7,135
(2)

0.257
.194
.421
.582
.741
.768
.926
1.083
1.331
1.429
1.589
1.805
2.281
2.076
2.704
2. 701

10,199
7,643
(2)

19,651
13,642
(2)

3.573
4.099
5.256

$1,054
2,328
4,101
3,973
3,842
3,116

i

i

::;::::::::::::::::::|::::::::::

i

::::::::::

. j

.

8,000i

45,500j

1
258,650

1

"•"

205,150 4,103

Total
1,432 14,831,796 5,524,000 1,950,442 7.559,300
Women making; separate ret urns from
8
husbands.........
Grand total

Amount
of
normal
tax.

Average
rato
i Total
of
tax,
Addi- ! normal norand
tional I addimal
tax. ! tional
and
tax.
addi
tional
per
cent.

151,186

7,612

11,715

43,868

195.054

1.315

1,440

1
Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
* Classes grouped to concaal the not income and identity of the taxpayer whore only ono or two returns
appear under a distribution.




72

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY OLA.SS3S, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
MISSOURI.

Exemptions for
normal tax.
Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

$3,003-84,000 1
$3,000-14,000
$4,O03-$5',O00
$5,000-86,000
$6,000-17,000
§7,000-$8,000
1
$8,000-$9)000
1
$9,000-810,000
j
$10,000-$15,000
i
$15,000-$20,000
1
$20,000-S25,000
$25,000-$3.),000......|
$30,000-140,000
!
$40,000-S50,000......i
$50,000-.$60,000
!
$()0,000-$70,000
j
$70,000-180,000
j
$80,000-990,000
!
$90,000-$100,000
i
$100,000-?150,000....'j
$150,000-8200,000
$200,000-^250,000....
$250,000-§300,000....
$300,000-$400,000
$400,000-:* 500,000....
$500,000-11,000,000 . .
$1,000,000-51,500,000.
$l,500,000-$2,000,000.
$2,000,000-33,000,000.
$3,000,000-S4,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 and over..
Classes g r o u p e d 2 . . . .

Specific
exemption.

Dividends.

i
2,549| $8,932, 922:? 10,0 :sl/H'H) $817,454
58) 735
1,2,10, 335! 1,029,000
390,860:
2,392 10, 072, 3i0| 9,253,000
798,8 >4:
1,522 8,33), 414! ",851,0001
887,122
999 6,453 922! 3,835,000}
931,821
718 5,309, 2211 2,793,000
575 4,858! 050; 2,197,000 1,048,000
4281 4,058 037! 1,(39,000 1,039,087
1,295 15,073! 0;>7j 4,959,000 4,73 », 517
025 10,773) 8561 2,405,000 4,259,000
354 7,933, 099! 1,348,000 3,390,199
858,000 3,005,901
224!
0,118! 151
283] 9,827, 050 1,091,000 4,958,150
;
477,000 2,974,09J
12JI 5, (37, 946
343,000 3,080,50;»
89! 4,85 i,
246,000! 2,198.020
64 i 4,209,
138,000 1,534)5'*).
3ii 2,717,
112,000 1,492,585:
29^ 2,445,
72,000i 1.043,724
19! 1,850,
20 :>, 000] 3,505,132
54] 6,407.
102,000: 2,9i)7,231
20!
4, 400)
601.927
23.000!
6l 1,295,
35)000] l,03>)C52
9i 2,429!
54,000!
14' 4,95l!
2;
10,000, 530,08:1!
4] 2,2ii7,73;i
2!

3,324,807|

14,000 2,3157,117'

Net
income Amount
of
subject
i normal
to
tax.
normal
tax.

§172,600|
S3,452
1,028,450!
20,509|
1,080,550'
33,011
l,731,800j
34, C C !
3>
1,044,400! 32,888!
1,012,450)
32,249|
l,379,950|
27,5991
5,977,5501 119,551 j
4,109.850
82,1971
3,194)900
(3,898!
2,254,250]
•35,085;
3, 777,900!
75,558|
2,18-",850i
43,7371
1,432,900;
28, 058
l,7*.i4,850i
35,297
1,<)44,55OJ
20,891
840,550
16,811
751,100
15,022
2, t'3 1,000
52,720
1,331,2001 2 i, 024
010,850i
12,217
757,400!
15,148
2,(30,900!
52,618
2
( ) I (2)
1,721,050]
34,433
(2)
|
i2)

943,750

12,7871147,069,303149,177,00052,640, C35I47,217,200
Total.
.
I
I
•
Women making sep-j
arate returns from j
husbands..
169i
IGrand total
12,956
1
2

18,875

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

Additional
tax.

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent.

S3,452 0.274
. 193
20,509
. 403
33, (ill
, 537
34, <3>
. 013
32,888
. 004
32,249
, t-80
27,5991
.7(3
119,551
.703
82,197
$7,508 71, 4001 .900
14,285 59,371)! . 970
39,029 114,5871 1.100
33,819
77,550 1.370
40,929
69,587 1.433
14,589 79,88o 1.898
37,219 58,110 2.139
3 i, 890 53,701 2.196
33,7521 48,774 2.013
151,553! 204,27r 3.188
137,2121 1(3,83
3.723
51,642!
(3,859 4.928
107,329! 122,477 5.042
2J4,15.31 310,770 6. 398
7.052
(2)
(2)
158,773 103,200 8. 520
(2)
2
9.282
()

270,296j

289,171

944,344 1,428,9832,373,327

1.614

i

Nont ixable; spsciiic exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Class3> ?roup3d to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




STATISTICS OF INCOME.
TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
t h e ' n u m b e r of r e t u r n s , n e t i n c o m e , a n d t o t a l

t a x — C n i d

MONTANA.
Exemptions for
normal tax.
iNura-i
1
\ ber j Total net |
of re- income, I Specific
turns.;
I extmp1 tion.

Income class.

!

Dividends.

Amount
of
normal
tax.

Additional
tax.

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

!
I

S72,O44-

I MI. i:u

ibKoi-ii £r,!oo'o!!"

1 l',0n

12. I S ] 1

0. 209
. 2 i.">

N2I,2."0

179
131
120
>2
•201

l,15i"2<i'
9X7, 7; 0
1,011.252
' 77 / . 1 M'
2 , "u.i, 111

I').S:.(MIM
5(K0O«U).Y,0OU
:i22.(X'.!
7.si.0 1 1 1 :

:i0,10 I
]5L<00
<:O.72i'
2'.M',7OO
100. HI] •
:i70.(00
12.K210. x.V),
111,202'
4:i."),
l\i,:ii\
:V2\,
»7N ICl ) . 2 l l .

i)i

j.n;.9i:>

25;. 0 /

«77is!'V

(«^7.i(h

!»{»•, 192

r.s'.OO.

:0)',W2
12

ZW-.M
r;()7. :>000
i."
1

1.29i,OO.

^,",i)O'i •C..0OO. . .
8 ,nii{) - 7 , 0 0 0 . . .

Averago
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
[:er
cent.

!
Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

7.412'

111
701

«,ni,
>,,70l

2V.\

Sl-V»f " "• 110,00: >. . .
i ^ 0,00<). .
' -*'0.000.

:<•".

Il(\rn7
''2^,99!
.iM.2O2

.?;.0,0l:{|-S. 0,0(.«i . . .
S»(i.Oi>fi V 7 0 . 0 0 0

. 2 '.7
! ^7, (>'.•»
>> -. \, .02

•)i

'0.

,'7

:;oo

!•>:'

. 9MJ
. 992
1.057

l.'-l'.
2 071

.5,1.79
1,11".

1 12. M)0
«

.042
.720
.N<0

199'
2! 211
:i. 427

$; o,Ofi(i >soo,P'.io . .

;>. 70, ">
10,579,

201 >K\S

'.'M. V-7
'-i'O.CCO >200,(!00..

(•-')

S2."(-,niiO s:>oo!uoo..

(3)

(•-•'

7.2-12

8 OCJIHIO .^roo'ooo!!
(*')

$1,000. coo- .si. ;oo,ooo
$!,f00 000 -S2,000,00(1
$2,00)',000-^,000.000

7.221

Si,00(» 000 >i,O(;0 00ft.'

fJ.OO(MK)O-.^5,000,000. . . . .
8 "#,00(".000 a DM :»\rr
2,510,551
Total
1,795 19, ir.7.019
Wonn.-jnnakjni».3ep-,
a r a t e r e t u r n s from!
I
i
husbands . . . . « . . . J
(3!
i
<! rand total

J 1,801!

1

40,000' 1, 19'i, 251,

12!,05<i|

97!,;)00
149,1

141,112

155,270| ,SOJ,44S

!

N on taxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
* Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




74

STATISTICS OF INCOME,

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total lax—Continued .
NEBRASKA.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

83 000 $4 000 *
S3 000-$4 000
$4,000-15,000
$5 000-$6 000
f6,000-$7,000
$7 000-$8 000
»8,000-$9 000
$9,000-110 000
$10,000-$15,000 . . .
$15,000-120,000
$20,000-.$ 25,000
$25.000-130,000
$4O,OOO-$5O,OOO......
§50,000-1(0,000
S('0,000-$70,000
$70.000-$!-0,000
$£Q 000-$80 000
$90,000-$100,000
$100,000~$150,000
$150,000-$200.000....
$200 000 $250 000
$250,000-$?00,000 . .
$300,000-$ 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . .
§400,000-1^00,000
$500 000 $1 000 000
$l,000,000-$l, 500,000.
<
$l,.-00,000-$2,000,000.
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
$3,OOO,OOO-$4,OOO,OOO.
$4,0(K),000-$5,000,000.
#5,000 000 a n d over

Number Total net
^f re- income.
tarns.

900
88
791
637
441
240
203
154
384
154
93
43
70
25
13
3
9
8
1
1
1

Classes grouped 2

Specific
exemption.

Dividends.

Net
income Amount Addiof
subject
normal tional
to
tax.
tax.
normal
tax,

177,623 $3,576,000 $262,841
9,197
$24, 900
264,000
298,097
111,902
3 ; 539,202 3,093,000
334, 300
464,596 2,494,000
271, 596
699, 000
314, 592
846,692 1,727,000
805, 100
792,091
285, 941
576, 150
930 000
264, 830
657, 050
799, 000
720,880
312, 778
551, 750
59 S, 000
457,528
4 628.662 1,493, 000 1,231, 81? 1,903, 850
2,655,928
597, 000
967,978 1,090,950
2,036,872
355, 000
950,072
761,800
1,182; 340
166, 000
455,990
5':0,350
2,395. Of!O
269 000 1,015,960 1,110,100
99 000
567, 766
467,C00
1, 134,366
51, 000
346, C05
320,450
718,055
65,350
12 000
120 598
197,948
170,900
35, 000
449', 183
655,083
114, 307
12 000
125, "00
251,807
146, 750
15 000
215 484
377,234
403, 400
30 000
1, 070,496
634, 096

Average
rate
of
Total
normal tax,
norand
mal
additional and
additax.
tional
per
cent.

V

i!

(2)

.

4 079
7, 089
29, 225

$498
6,686
13, 980
16, 102
11, 523
13, 141
11, 035
38, 077
2 1 , 819
17, 156
890
* : 869
16, 152
761
3, 552
11, 649
6
10, 021
37, 353

0.167
.189
.404
.566
.643
.764
.757
.823
.822
.830
1.175
1.331
1. 424
1.638
1.795
1.778
2 614
2.657
3.489
4.955

v>

$498
6,686
13,980
16,102
11,523
13,141
11,035
38,077
21,819
15,236
11,207
22,202
9,352
6, 109
1,307
3,418
2 510
2,935
8,128

f«>

5.948
6. 258

..

$1, 920
2, 683
9 667
6, soo
5, 352
245

\ ?31

230 700

4,614

50, 315

54, 929

Total
4,266 36, 559,607 16,622 000 9,589 875 11,008 950
W r men miking sepai ate returns from
20
husbands

220,179

127, 599

347, 778

Grand total..... 4,286
1
2

929,047

12 000

i

686 347

.951

i

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




75

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.~ PEBSONAL INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOB STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each dans
the: number nf returns f net income > and total

tax—Continued.

NEVADA.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

Num-j
ber Total net
of re- income. Specific
turns.
exemption.

$3,000-84,000 !
$3,000-14,000.
$4,000 -$5,000
....
$5,000-$6,000
$6,000-*7,000........
$7,000-$8,000
1
18,000- - $ 9 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . .
19,000-110,000.......
S10,000-$15,000......
SI 5,000- $ 2 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . .
$20,000-$25,000
i
125,000-130,000......
$30,000 $ 4 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . .
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000- -$60,000......
$60,000-$70,000
$70,000-880,000.
$80.000-$90,G00..
$90j000-$100,000
S100,000-»150.000....
1150,000 1200,000....
1200,000-1250,000....
$250,000-1300,000....
§300.000-$400,000....
$400,000-1500,000....
$500,000-$1,000,000..
$l,000,000-$l,500,000.
$1,500,000-$2,000,000.
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-14,000,000.
S4,00O,O0O-|5,000,O0O.
$5,000,000 and o v e r . .
Classes g r o u p e d 2 . . . .
Total

.....i

Women m a k i n g i
separate returns I
from husbauds }
Grand total.....
j
s

69
101
991
401
34 i
22|

$242,764'
34,55S|
437 882,
217,2611
218,06"I
163,49:i!
144,043
132,978|
286,383
211,062,
153,49.
(2)
'
174,140
221,688
(2)

161,94!
362!

^2,000!
1.» j 000 :
1 !i 0U0<

M 000;
U> 000!
)2, 000
'11,0'M i
>2 (HiOi
J* 000!

1

' ooo

i » 000

Dividends.

Net
income Amount
subject
Addiof
to
tional
normal normal
tax.
tax.
tax.

$6,115
1,008
17,282
14,161
7,217
21,395
29,843
40.178
66,533
74,412
86,797

.13,550;
38,600!
47, 100;
76.850'
58.100<
52; 200!
40,800;
128.850!
84^ 650!
38,700!

69,099
3 26,838

86,0501
75,850|

(-)

I

I'O 0001

101,348

40,600

2,799,775' l f 10? 000!

662,226

771,900;

|
772!.
94?!
i,5;7.
1,1(2.
L044I.
816!.
2,577|.
1,6931.
' 774i
2

()

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

$71
942]
1,537
1,162|
1,044
816
2,577
1,6931

I

1,721
1,517!

812|
15,438|

741
1,211!

2,462
2,728
)

1,026)

1,838

3,067!

18,505

0.205
.176
.434
• 705
.711
.724
.614
.900
.802
.562
1.274
1.414
1.231
.838

,661

2;
364i

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income,
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only ontf or two returns
Appear under a distribution.




76

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showingfor*each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
NEW H A M P S H I R E .
Exempt ions for
norma 1 tax.

Income class.

$3 00")
$3 0 1 )
84,0))
$")/)))
$>')))

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

323 SI 138 5U Sl,24s, one
84, 000
10-1, 774
28
1 250, 129 1,058, 000
278
1 177
810, ooc
21-1
1
045 OO' 1
438 oon
S63* 00')
11;
240 OOP
556 5(55
3 io
258 oon
08
or;
075
00(
167
93
318
585
159 OOC
781
708 191
I OS
2'*
oon
oon
42
no 379
849
77 000
2!
47 000
12
983
700 375
40 000
11
19,000
4
15,000
280
152
10,000
914,'
28,000
3
OS!
12,000

^1 Ooo l
Si 000
^5,00 )
S'iOM
^7 0 ) )

^ % 'f))) ».o'())()
$9 0 )) ^10 000
Sit) 00 ) ^1") 090
<~><) ())) "2") (K)<)
52") 0 )) <U) 00 ) . . .
$ 3 0 , 0 ) ) -10,000

iHo.nn s-,o ooo
£70,0 )) V 1,000 - - .
$M),')0» MO,000
$9) 0 0 ) slO) 000
$100 ()M s n o , 0 0 0
&200 00 )
S25O,(K)0
fci-P 0 P
SlOO 00 )

v )

Specific
exemption.

! f

!
l

•

i

1
(

*" ")0 ('GO
^500.000
> 100,000...
^500 OIK)

1

£!

11, 000

Amount Addiof
normal tional
tax.
tax.

8186.404
5,524
102,029
188,004
210,470
201,249
102,405
178,299
778,800
•818,402
532,131
351,891
129' 899
46D.433
382^ 42,'
234,076
170,530
192', 30;;
631, 85<;
108,58 1

('A

005, 904

Dividends.

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

Average
rato
Total
of
normal tax,
and
noraddimal
tional
and
tax.
additional
per
cent.

8305
1,790
3,580
4.411
4, 477

14s inr
207
673
419
257,
308
550
43.S
151

S305
1,790
3,580
4 411

4' 141
13. 470
S,' vn
153
100
ll J , 010
K, 779
031
r
)"9
2 671
895
3j 317
693
65C

$15,250
89, 500
179.000
220', 550
923 850

4' 141
13, 470
8,
6, Oil
8 000
16, 519
14, 813
926
717
270
8 107
10, 108
2(5, 383
22, 044

477
QfV>

500
050

500
950
550
950
133' 550
1 14 750
850
osi 050
132 500

$858
1,924
5, 509
0,004
4,895
7,158
•">, 599
•>, 212
0,851
20,690
19,394

C2)

V)

("•)

0.291
.143
. 301
, 399
.519
.532
.644
.649
. 529
. 634
1.053
1.155
1.509
1.187
1.816
2.139
2.455
2.718
2.794
3.986
6.863
7. 499

$")Oo,i)i>) s i . o o ) , o o o

SI.0)0,000 M, >00 000
tf'.V)).MOO ^2,009,000
S2. P ) / ) ) 0 ^3.000,0)0
§ 5,0 )) Olh) M 000 000
$1.0)),0)0 V),000,000.

555,0)) 000 an i o 2 er
Cli-^e <nouped

41. 614

953, 350

19, 067
1

Total
Women m a k i n e
separate returns
from husbands
Grand total

54,501 •"73; 568

•

119. 518

1,704 19 557, 549 0,446^ 000 7,431,532 5,975 900!

138,655

258, 173

1.320

31
1,735

1
8

i

NontaKable: soeciSc eKemotion and dividends exceed net income.
Classes ?ro iped to C3i?3a,l the nat inaoma and il3ntity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




STATISTICS OF INCOME,.
TABLE 2a. PERSONAL INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax-—Continued.
NEW JERSEY,

Aver-

Exemptions for
normal tax.

age

Net

income class.

Num.her Total net
of re- income.
turns.

Specific

exemption.

Dividends.

income Amount
of
subject
normal
to
normal
tax.
tax.

Additional

tax.

rate
of
Total
normal
and
noraddi- mal
tional and
additax.
tional
per

cent.
*»' IS SS(,
•\ i" r ' Ml 606 ^3") M'U'-MK
1 800,151 1 I1""
V1
M,(00 -\)000_
55() (V»
3 134 15 3 5 SO') 13 2. 0
'"•*> ( 'K1 N> Ov)0
2 50 l 13 77<UKJ 9 7</ i (( 1 115 333
M f'i(. -.7 ()()()
I f)()i
J) 3 r )''( 1 2' 3 3 -7
t) J-J ) (, ;) 2 1 6' "
^7 ( V ^MjOO
.
1 ^ > l 112
I 221
'(<
7 726 73">
V", ( i j V , \ \ l )
l\(]i)
()~)<(> 2 / 6 o { 5 2 5 ; 4 V (\ 1 242 M *
)
MO J * M5 0 0 0 . . . i (•< 21 326 1 "3 7 6 l i K (J " (>16 s")3
O
M i ' W ^20 000 . .
17 120 27) 3 7' > /( 0 ) w s ' 7»>
i's5 L 11 572'75 1 «;•) )'!( ,-, {\2\ t,2,>
"120 OOO y 2o 000 . . .
S 555 H'3 1 i i 0 )()|. 3 i2"i,O«53
*2r> K > *30,000 . . . .
K
311
376
5,06 l > j / 0
>30')0C M \ 0 0 0 . . . .
13 OiO 070 U27
214
10/79 01!
'.30 00(
3 10,00') ^ 0 0 0 0 . . .
r
1.1SS.S41
15S
S ('"-<) tf]~->
601 ()(»(
3 645 765
V)0 '()«' "60,000
!0 (
417 0(H
vo{) Dor* 70 000,
7,291,707
3,">H (v07
«70'i0'i •'SO 0 0 0 . .
") 169,Sis
2^'J 00(
73
2 701,77/N
l< 5 00(
VsO 000 vniKH). _ .
50
4,310vl33
2,107 133
MO 000 SJ00,0(10
2 (>^3 316
f)O
4 820 7."6
l<.') (KM
MOO 000 sj'O ()(){). . .
4,"7 (KM
6 512 7^6
11* 14 921 i'S6
«150,000 N 2 » ) 0 ( ' 0 0 . . .
2 2 2 (AH
57 10 205 512
5 3" 1,112
6 516 307
{•2DC00O *2.i0 0 0 0 . .
107 (K)0 3 46} 007
2'*
f2*j( ,000 S300 0 0 0 . . .
li '
'. ) ,000 3 120 57t)
" O H 126
t'MH 000 MOO (IOO . .
17
(>7()0( 2,s75,007
5 7{13 107
M0(\000 -500 0 0 0 . . .
7
3 W79.93S
541 Hs
!'"> OOC
<j
}50' ,000 1 1 000 000...
5
5.456 810
3". 00' i 2,016 I ' O
*t,o-x)ijoo M.5110000
2
(J;
( -)
$1,5)0 000 >2 000 000
2
( ^^
( 1
i". )
$2 Oioooo--:^ 000000
i " /
%] O'XM'UO M (MIOO(K)
M OiK, - c f ().HX i . 0 0 0 l 1 O('f«

. . . .

1

S4 000 0 0 0 - S 5 . 0 0 0 OOO
$5,000 000 a n d - > u r
( 1 J&Sf S }!TOUp( d l

Total
19.328
Women making
separate returns
from husband . 373
Grand total...,. 19,701
1
2

10 333,4.'0

2 ()()('

7,659.150

^ 2 ( 6 s50
1 ' V ) S()(
2 «j ><» s5(

k
1 ( 37
31.7U)
5s 7 7

3,073 4.7

01,169
»iJ "65

.'» 22N 25(
2 VJ1 55i
2 519 *•"(

11 Os' lf(
S34( 3lH

5 «,7s ,ro

1.010,100
i) r.vi' 00
5,560 200
1 133 700
3 T)9 700
2 IS! 0."0
2.00* 000
lilt

100

7 '-22 200
1 b29 100
2 "16 -500
1 [)23 VO
2 S")l,iOO
2 10°'500
2 101 350
11 >

17 *31
10 3f 7
221 ^ 2
l»>6 (,i2(>
i 1 (1 567 " M O P ,
20,211
*•«) S02
1 '->() 2 7>
4S.537
65,861
i l l 201
^ s (>7 [

is

rr, 191

49 621
10 160
3S sss
US 141
92 1SS
5S,<,26
38 171
57.022
50 1 0
<
50,107
(-)

7l0l7

79,112
72 \S7
65 454
87 377
361 7"0
333 130
254 0(i9
219 307
307 76 S
193 KM
3S1,26S
'-)

(-)
;

( ";

)

2,652,300

53,046

s i < 37
31,7 H)
58 597
61,169
64 565
57 SH
50 397
221 7s2
lf-6 (26
130 l S l
101,013
17s S15
177,069
159,721
116 606
122 50s
105,614
126 265
520 1<H
426,018
312 < 35
257 77S1
364.riO
213 3s4
Uo 375
! z)
(~ )
(-J

0.330
.207
.425
.571
.705
.748
.803
.912
.975
1.125
1.181
1.374
1.613
1.840
2.011
2.240
2.450
2.619
3.486
4.174
4.802
5.030
6.297
7.S02
7.979
9.620
9.994
9.862

964 615 1,017,661

254.068.880 74,24 s.000 82,033,825 100 224,100 2.001,4s2 3,540.719 5.515.231

2.183

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Class grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




78

STATISTTCS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.-~ PERSONAL INCOME TAX-DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; shoving for each elms
the wumher of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
NEW

MEXICO.

Exemp ;ions for
norm il t a x .
lucomo, class.

Number Total net
of re- income. Specific
turns.
! exeraption.

$3,000-84,000 <
$3,00O-$4,000
$4,000-85,000
....
$5,000-36,0 0
$6,000-367,000
$7,000-88,000
$8,000-89,000
$9,000-810,000
$10,000-815,000
$15,000-$20,000
$20,000-125,000
$25,000-130,000
$30,000-840,000
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-860,000
$60,000-870,000
$70,000-880,000
$80,000-890,000
$90,000-1100,000
$100,000-$150,000....
$150 000 $200 000
$200,000-8250,000....
$250 000-$300 000 . . .
$300 000-$400,000
$400,000-$500,000
$500 000-$1 000 000...
$1,000,000-$1,500,000.
$1,500,000-82,000,000.
$2,000,000-83.000.000.
$3,000,000-84,000.000.
$4,000,000-85,000,000.
$5 000 000 a n d over "
Classes grouped 2

169
29
172
91
73
58
32
26
55
37
18
6
14
9
5
3

Total
Women making
separate returns
from husbands

806

Grand total

$595,059!
102,591
770,007
493,815
466.351
435,321
273,843
247,120
656,266
645,869
398,973
166,993
482,886
377,818
273.465
200.154
305,137
(2)

$671,000
87,000
660,00C
357,00(
282,00f.
226,00(
124,000
102,OOC
212.OOC
144,000
70,000
24,000
54.000
36,000
19,000
11,000
15,000
(2)
(2)
(2)

Dividends.

Net
income Amount Addisubjectof
to
normal tional
tax.
normal
tax.
tax.

S40,394
3,241
19,907
33,665
42,151
53,471
48,193
38,220
129,516
157,919
69,873
58,193
201,236
152,518
123,215
93,654
117,587
(2)
I2)
(2)

$12,350
SO, 100
103,150
142,200
155,850
101,650
106,900
314,750
343,950
259,100
84.800
227,650
189,300
131,250
95,500
172,550
(2)
(2)
(2)

$247
1,802
2,063
2,844
3,117
2,033
2.138
6,295
6,879
5,182
1,696
4,553
3,786
2,625
1,910
3,451
(2)
(2)
(2)

(2)

(*)

(2)

Average
rate
Total
of
normal tax,
and
noraddi- mal
tional and
tax. additional
per
cent,

813

2
1
1
1

(2)
(2)

(2)

$390
479
1,974
1,805
2,255
2,405
3,668
(2)
2
( )
(2)

$247
1,802
2,063
2,844
3,117
2,033
2,138
6,295
6.879
5,572
2,175
6,527
5,591
4,880
4,315
7,119
(2)
(2)
(2)

0.241
.234
.418
.610
.716
.743
.865
.959
1.065
1.397
1.302
1.352
1.48L
1.785
2.156
2.333
1.580
2.834
3.506

(2)

(2)

5.001

595,064

19,000

326,714

249,350

4,987

15,351

20,338

7,486,732

3,113.000

1,709,667

2,780,400

55,608

28,327

83,935

1.121

7

1
Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
* Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two return
appear under a distribution.




79

STATISTIC8 OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.--PERSONAL INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND T E R R I T O R I E S ; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, mid total tax Continued.
NEW

YOR.K

E xempt i ins for
norm.nl fax.
Net

Income

Nuni-i
her | Total net.
of re-! income.
turnsJ

income
subject
to
Specific j Divinormal
exempdends. : lux.

Amount
of

normal
tax.

;,000 $3. 432. 22."
293 S14,061.
• 2.
9,817,
i.ooo1
7i/)i;
550
741
us, *20 02.147. 564;12.' i. (MX); 2,171,714 7,30!*, 850
',000: 3 . 681.256 13,318. 100'
110. 313 .">(). 300.
1SJU.-5.
i,000! 4, 772', 190 15,311, 550
$•'.,0.11 $7,000
j 7.
us: 41,102.
!,000! 4, 993.320 15,331, 210,
87,O')i) S S . O O O !
4S3 3 \ 7.S0, 396 V\, 1
367,796 14,352, 600
#8,00') *.),000
109 32,3 V) 478.12.932, 000 5, 136, 178 14,2*8, 000
$o) son:
392| 120,173. 75337; 207, 000 23, 721,953,19.211, 800 1,
S1«\OOM $15,000.
810 9 4 , 3 % , 071J20.5)."., 000 23' 790,57110,010, 500 1,
$15,0')'i S2-),000.
418, 73,47."),
£20.00! I $25,000
0002i; 221,03< !39/<74,
214: HO.001. iuoi s!2.io! 000; 17^ 868, H9'33,<«)3! 200!
£21,00!I £30.000
178; «7.S14,
$30,000-340.000.
300 1,
000 30!
sonj 7.V2N."). 056! 6,
£40,000-$10,000
00024, 771^i56|ll,'2().V ,500
$10,0011 $00,000.
ooo;2i, 333,011 .3 4,7.11. 0001
674! CO, 213. OH1 1,
000116, 747,99031,718, 950
091 ")1. 101. 940| 2,
$70^001 i-jso[()()(). . . .
000:11. 977,470,25, W\ 900
7921 12.1S7, 3701 2,
!
000 15, 481,181 23, 342, 010
563, 40, (i2."). 231! 1,
8so,ooo-*90,ooo
•
000 13! 835,952:20,324; 700
172, 3.1, .")02,
1
$100,000 $150,000.. J
000 46 154,555174, 29(1 600 1
372, 124,.-) 73. LI 3
£110,000 $200,00')...
000 32, 451.690:47,661, 650
006' SI.SSI, 346| i!
J20'),0OO--»2f>0,O0l). . . '
000 26, 156, 886'41,615. 500
467' «S,<!27. 386: I.
$2)0,00!) -$300,000. . .
000 20, 2ti3,840,25,143; 200
30 4! 46,020', 010|
$300.01 >0 #100,000. . .
000 27! 090,14()'37,475; 150
«.">, 29."), 290i
165;
S400,000-$100,000. . .
000 19, 722,942,21,962, 350
191' 4 " O « 2 2921
f
SlOO.OlM,¥1,000, 000.
000:63, »01,138163, 75i: 700 1,
99,
$1,000,000-$! ,500.000
15
000 'M J, 74713."), 14li.500
1S7;
$l,500,000-$:2,0O0,000
(XX), 20' 501,928 17, 782,200
51'
$2,000,000-^3,000.000
000 22', 948,204|26,3t 0, 600
23
P,00 f >,000-S 4,000,000'
00()|24 179,012113. »U5S. 850
20
nnr,' 1 \
$4,000,000-$5,000,000,
49l,707|12,t)92i 450
II
$5,000,000and over.*
159,832 2s, 157,
6'

w i m ?4,ooo
Si'o'V) si.ooo
$">,())') Si.000

Additional
tax.

; Total
i normal
I and
! addii tional
I tax.

•<31.051 0.315
146.197
. 235
266,362
. 473
306.231
. 630
30,'i, 621
744
287,012
.S02
285, 760
.883
184,896
. r.sti
810 .
000.810 1.060
491 S7 0,633 870,124 1.184
061 141, 003 ! S23,967 1.373
382,131 1. 518,777 ! L5i;;
110 162, 173 1. 346, .\83 1.789
oso 607, 720 1, 302.800 2. lfi 4
37"' 5SU 357 1, 220'.73«ii 2.372
9 IS 519.274 1. 0.11,192; 2. 492
618,954 i ;
, 79./ 2.673
sli
191 h31,132 1, 037. (.26' 2. US
9s3,571 4, \ 383' 3.588
M2 2.
, 572! 4.401
233 2, 6:0,339 3.
310 2, 682,930 3. 515.210! 5.100
864 2, 060,670 2, 563,534! 5. 570
503 3 420,548 4. 17O.O51J 6. ,"W)
247 '2. 744.242 3, 243, 489| 7.19s
03 1 9'329, 7221C ,001.750! 8. 262
930 5 625, 7036, 331,633i 9.626
614 3, 571, 21S 3, 92t>, 8f>2i 10.234
812 5; 088,683,5, 616, 49o| 11.366
377 4, 7, 765|4, 291,142 11.32b
849 3, ()S2,OOS3, 335,917 12.261
154 653, 70L' is, 222, St>3 13.341
197
362
231
621
052
760

..
..
..
..
..
..

Total
H), 701 jl,922,S64,651 343,y02,0(X) 635,281,124 950,238,800 19,004,776 58,965,745 77,970,521
Women
making
separate returns
from husbands...

* Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.




\ Aver'• age
! rate
: of
;
tax,
I nor| mal
I and
! addi; tional
per
:
cent.

80

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX-DISTRIBUTION OE INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITpRIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
N O R T H CAROLJ NTA.
Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent,

Exempt ions for
norm;] 1 tax.

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

Grand total

Dividends.

397 $1,3P8,P30 $1,551,000
120,000
40
143,206
383 1,714,189 1,482,000
317 1,742,293 1,234,000
78 ; , 000
203 1,317,372
559,000
143 1,0.^8,188
39', 000
102
86", 232
336,000
94
888,76f
871,000
227 2,756,661
436,000
113 1,938,101
131,000
35
78^,284
161,000
41 1,114,38"
146,000
38 1,316,31"
64,000
17
743,05f
43,000
11
596,110
2
(2)
(2)
4
300,721
15,000

$3,000-84,0001
$3,030-^4,000
$t,033-$%003..
$5,033-13,000
$6,030-$',000........
$7,O33-$8,OOO
$8,033-$),000
$),030 $10,000
$10,030-815,000
$15,033 -$20,000
$20,003-$25,000
$2"),003-$30,000
$30,000-$10,000
$4O,033-$50,O00
$5O.OO3-$3O,OOO
S3O,O)0-$7O,O0O
$70,033 -$80,003
$$0 0)3-$90 000
$3O',O33-$1O'),OOO
$103,003-$150,000....
$150,003-$203,000
$20 },0)0-$2 50,030....
$2)0 030-$303 000 . .
$33),030~$403,030....
$403 030-$503 000 .
$503,00 3-$l,000,000. .
$l,O30,O00-$l,5O0,OO0.
$ 1,500,000-$ ?,000,003.
!$2,000,000-$3,000,000
$3,030,000-$4,000/iOO
14,003,003-^5,003,003.
$5,000,000 a n d over.
Classes grouped 2 . . .
Total
Women
making
separate returns
from husbands

Specific
exemption.

2
7
3
1

(2)
859,131
534,802
(2)

1

(5)

(2)

2

2

$266,019
4,156
819,0"0
99,589
132,600
193,993 •314,300
19P,172
33 5,200
229,738
2 9,450
211,()32
2">fi,300
219,961:
302,800
853,511 1.032, If0
711,951 '790,1F0
251,98!
401,300
539,23-r • 111,iro
781,85.'
388,450
330,65'
348,400
121,410
431,700
(2)
C2)
152,321
133,400

(2)
28, 000
11,000
(2)

2
2

()
(2)

( )
(2)

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

(2)
440,831
20*, 152
(2)

(-)
390,300
318,650
(")

j

(2)

(2)

i
•

2

(-)
(2)

( )
(2)

Amount
of
normal
tax.

1381
2,652
6,286
6,724
5,589
5,126
6.056
20', 643
15,803
8,026
8,283
7, 769
6,9(;8
8,634
(2)
2,668

Additional
tax.

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

$778
2,514
5,020
4,292
5,329
4,222
(2)

% ,
6,373
(2)

21,035
18,588
0)

(2) I ( £ )
(22)
()
()
()

§381
2,652
6,286
6,724
5,589
5,126
6,056
20,643
15,803
8,804
10,79
12, 78'
11,2(0
13,963
(2)
6,8S0

0.266

(2)
28,841
24,961
(s)

2.821
3.357
4.667
4.441

'. 361
.510
.523
. 591
.681
.749
.819
1.118
.969
.972
1.515
2.342
2.118
2.291

(2)

7.653

2

(2)

2

(2)

7. €81
9.081
j

|
1

38,000 2,625,028 2,076,350

41,527

2,185 24,825,826 8,443,000 8,435,51c 8,365,700

4,739,378

167,314

3/3,405
393,656

560,970

2.260

22
2,20.

1
Nontaxabla; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
3
CUssas gro jpei to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer whero only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




81

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a. PERSONAL INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES; AND TERRITORIES; xhow-inp for each elms
the number of re turns, net income, >md total tax -—Continued .
NO K.-TM DAKOTA.
E x e m p t i o n s for

Average

•

normal tax.

Income class.

Number T o t a l n e t :
of re- i n c o m e . : Specific

turns.

I

tiorh

.Dividene

Total
Not :
•
1 normal
income i Amount'
and
subject !
of !
normal | tional • addito
i normal ! tax. i
tional

tax.

tax.

!

of

tax,
normal
and
additional
per

cont.
H (hiO-,^4 ()(),) i

$3 000 J'1.000
....
*t 000-JTi 000
*") 000 9-n 000
*i\ 000-S7 000
$7.00.) SS.O00.. , . , .
V\o"oo ^#),ooo
MM'On <10.000
$10,0'JO Sl,">.000. . . . . .
<1"),()' *> S2O,OOO
•
£20.00') ."?2'',000
>2;),000-Ss3(),000
«30,0')0 $10,000
£10.000 Jt.V>,O'JO. . . . . .
f ~O 000 £60 000
>
>'60.000-$70.000
<7U 000-SNO 000
180.000- 5?W).000
H90 OOO- SI 00 000

*7.*>7
77
1
1 O-'H
62"

21
IS")

si

'^,'S
361,
S90
r
'V'i

601, 770
47J.3")9.
39", .V)l'
;>(0,1>IO'
1
S')"i. 7<!1

,">H

42
107

4 H 603'
2;s.847 :
I'M. 771
172, 33.">:
(-)
2")3.296j

20
10
U
4
J
4

('-

1
1

!

yxii (100
63 000
1 031 000
7'>) 000
:»7"7 o o o
21 I.(KM)
I «)*). 000
41 i.000
20 \ 000
7 >. 000
3 ), 000

;»">,ooo

i ; , ooo

1 UK'O
(-)

o.^,.|
- on
16 44")
572
—, 6 S3
S2 i>70
s i , 0o9'
;o 991
130, 760
361, 491
US, S,">3
107, 797
ISO, 671
6.". 93.V
(-)
111. r w
>

.>0 3";0
110 3."0
l s 9 7,"0
171 S."0
211,100
174,300;
i;")9. 600
4153, l.">0
323,300
2.10. 7."0'
132.0"0
2-")6, 100
U), 100

%1S"

S(-;33
727
2.194
1.016

S1S7
1! 207
;-, 7M5
?, 49"'
-1,222
>., Lsti
:;, 192
9 269
(.,466
"., 64 s
:-, 3(\s
7,316
L'. S.ll

2. ^00

."',315

2,207
3 79,")
3 197
4.222 .
3,4S6 .
X 192
9. 269 .
6, 166.,.
•">, 01.")

2,611
.".. 122
1. SOs

<")
12.">, 7",0

2,:.!.")

(*'\

0.242

lso

377
,»>Q8

. 735
. S07
.707
.722
1.259
1.208
1. 4S8
1.656
1.184
2.0'JS

(2}

C )

2.4Sf

{")

('I)

{*}

2.7S9

$2")0.()!)()~$300 00')
#30(U>rKK<MOO,000.. .
s?5o:) 000-!?1 000 000
%] O-'K) 000-SJ .")00 000
Si 50'} 000 £2 000 000
$2,0(10,000-$3,000,000.

i

44 '0( '0 'OOO -%r, ?0( v >\)00
V> 0 (| 0 000 a n d ovor

i

S.5. 100'

1,662,

3. S(iOi

."), 522

219. Of).V 4.."'71.000 2.064, 793 2. 7.")4.2OO'

• M,(M:

11.26()'

66.314

237,170
•iol;ii
1. 17.')
\V"»>mi»n m a k i n g s e p iir.ito r e t u r n s from
1
Uusband.'
Grand

(i

t o l a l . . . . . 1,176

11.«100

143, 070

]

1

1

. 720

j

» Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
a Classes s?roapei to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.

35884°—1.8-—-6




82

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INQPME TAX DISTRIBUTION OP INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns? net income, and total tax— -Confirmed.
OHIO.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

Specific
exemption.

Dividends.

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

Amount
of
normal
tax.

$3,O00-$4,000 i . . . . . . . 3,519 $12,366, OS: $13,882,000'.?l, 101,671
44,247 $212,000
417 1,507,247 1,251,000!
$3,000-14,000
.-_-..
~~
~
,413 15, 303', 522 13,178, OOOl 782,022 1,343.500
$4,000-$5,000
1 3.
$5,000-$6,000
| 2',64." 14, 469,734 10,245, OOOi 1, 390,784 2,833; 950
.
. 1, 11,256 3,016,450
.
$6,000-17,000
L828J l l ) 807', 706 _ __ n
S7,000-$8,000
1 311 9,803,933 s; 051; 0 0 0 : 1 , 772,233 2,980,700|
~~' '- ~"~ """
$ , $ ,
995| 8,441,526 3,831,000, 1, 901,326 2,709,230
798! 7,562,097 3,079,000; 1, 825,847 2,657,250
$9,000-110,000
117,822 ),
!,366 28,957,472 9,103,000 9,117,82210; 736,650
$10,000-$15,000
, 179 20,'~~ ,"~- 4,525,000 8 ,055,484 ~ 902,550
$15,000-120,000
" " ' '"' /,
698 15. 483,034 2,667,000 6, 689,608 6;336,750
$20,000-$25,000......
693,358
463 12,7
845,136 5,099,200
$25,000-130,000
719,336| 1,775,000 5,
490 17,130', 473 1,872,000; 8. 218,573 7,039,900
$30,000-140,000
314 14,039,397 1,210,000 -' 315,897 5.513,500
$40,000-150,000......
183 9,983,027
566,577 3; 711,450
$50,0OO-$60,00O......
705,000
112 7,345,275
878,125 3,037,150
$6O,OOO-$7O,OOO
430,000
85 6,385,863 " 327,000
681,313 2,377,550
$7O,000-$80,O00...'...
75 6,639,292
668,092 2,687,200
$80,000-$90,000
284,000
67 6,334,767
092,767 1,983,000
$90.000-8100,000
259,000
152 18,544,548
$103,000-$150,000....
581)00011! 596,298 6,367,250
64 10,937,608!
$150,000-$200,000
244,000 " 939,608 3,754,000
45 10,065,448|
833,298 4,058,150
$200,000-$250,000....
174)000
27 7,508,268j
083,218 3,320,050
$250,000-1300,000....
103,000
19 6,947,778
399,178 3,473,600
$300,000-1400,000
75,000
15 " 532,241
798,491 1,677,750
$400,000-1500,000....
56,000
22 15! 669,336
$500,000-$1,003,000..
83,000 IO;254,336 5,332,000
1
$l,003,000-$l,500,000.
()
3 5,075,312
10,000 2,949,762 2,115,550
$1,503,000-$2,003,030.
2
$2,000,000-13,000,000.
(2)
$3,000,000-14,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000and over..
Classes grouped 2 —
10,569,928
16,000 9,398,895 1,155,000|

Additional
tax.

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

! AverI age
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent.

§4,240 0.281
$4,240
26,870
26,870
.176
56,679
56,679
.392
60,329
60,329
.511
59,614
59,614
.608
54,184
54,184:
.642
53,145
53,1451
.703
214,733
214,733|
.742
158,051
158,051!
.772
126,735 $15, 783 142,518
.90S
101,984
31, 988 133,972 1.053
140; 7'J8
67, 209 208,007 1.214
110270! 82, 332 192,602 1.372
110,270!
157,468 1.577
239
74,229 ' 83!
137,490 1.872
60,743! 76,74
47,5511 81, 008 128,559 2.013
"
53,744' 100 799 154,543 2.328
39,660 110 043 149,703 2.363
127,345 430 671 558,016 3.009
75,080, 351 499 426,579 3.900
81,163 392 004 473,16', 4.701
5.430
66,401 341 155 407,55(
69,472 366 371 435,843 6.273
33,555 376 740 410,295 6.281
246
106,640 1,140,053 1,246,693 7.956
10.552
()
42,311 483,037 525.348 10.351
10.265
(2

(»5

(2)

21,303 318,822,511 82,096,000 135,911,8971103,431,300 2,068,626 5,653,680 7,722,306
Total
Women making separate returns from
husbands
Grand total

11.580

23,100 1,123,002 1,146,102
2.422

'21,774
1

» Nontaxabla; spaciae exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2 Glasses groups I to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution,




83

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.^PERSONAL INCOME TAX-DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax— -Continued.
OKLAHOMA.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

Number Total net |
| of re- income.
JJpeciuc
iturns.

$3,01 ) - 8 4 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . .
$5,03 ) - $ 4 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . .
$4 1 ,dJ3-$5,000........
$5,003-86,000........
$6,033-87,000........
87,033-88,000........
88,033-83,000........
$9,033-110,000.......
$10,033-815,000......
$15,033-820,000......
820,030-825,000......
$25,033-130,000......
830,033-840,000......
813,033-850,000......
$50,033-860,000......
$60,033-870,000......
$70,003-$80,000......
$83,003-$90,000......
$}3,033-8100,000.....
$103,003-8150,00)....
$150,033-1'00,003....
$ 203,003-$ 750,00)
$150,030-$300,000....
8303,033-8403,000....
8403,033-8500,000
8503,033-81.000,000..
81,003,000-81,500,000.
$1,503,003-82,000,000.
$2,003,033-83,000,000.
$3,003,033-84,000,000.
$4,033,003-85,000,000.
$5,000,000 a n d o v e r . .
Classes g r o u p e d 2 . . . .

Dividends.

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

344 SI, 200.736 $] ,364.000! $127,515;
l?0, OOOi
$17,100!
14
"
5,5--7i
40
173,4501
70,298
371 1, 672', 748 ,429,OO0|
344,200
131,091
294 1, 613,291 , 138,000
203,419
907.000
416,600!
2351 1, 527,019
734.0001 201,176! 479,900!
lsa: l, 415,076
178,267
458, OOOj
547,000J
183,267
140: 1,
152,510
435,200|
398,000
985,710
689,980 l,613,S00|
285 3, 413,880 ,110,000
663,975 1,448,200
597,000
155 2 709,175
271, OOOi 358,101
931, S00
71 l! 561,001
196,000| 382,237
813,700
50
391,937
547,975 1,153,550
214,000
56 \\ 915,525
447, 773 1,160,8001
156,000
40 1, 764,573
593,490! 1,112,8501
131,000
837,340
380,951j
81,000
358,351
896^ 400
319,130 1,275,750
82,000
676,880
1 \ 149 8>9,250l
5
41,000
0»'>,399
430,398
31,000
305, fe'00
767, 298
683,103 1,677,050
76,000
4-36,153
323,875 1,043,450
31,000
398,3251
208,174
12,000
618,824
398,650
(2)
(2)
(2)
,
24,000 1,129,826
971,400
125,226
2
2
2
(2)
( )
()
11,000
2, ( )
439,208 1,593,450
043,658
(2)
(2)
2
(2)
()

()
29,024,443

(2)

Amount i Addiof
i tional
normal
tax.
tax.
i

3,469j.
6,8S4|.
8,332i.
9,598}.
9,1601.
8,704!.
32,278.
28,864 .
18,6381
81,395
16,274j
3,568!
23,071
7,957|
23,216!
10,998|
22,257|
16,4911
17,9281
15,551
25,515
25,1 3'
16,585
16,775
14,289
6,118
63,058J
33,541
47,6001
20,869
23,818
7,973
2

() I

19,428j

119,916

31,869!

153.366

(2) I

(2)

(2)

(2)

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent

0.240
.207
.427
,546
.678
.774
.883
.945
1.069
1.283
1,428
1.620
1.939
2.109
2.465
3.020
3.263
2.6C0
3.665
4.897
5.137
5.861
139,344 6.557
8.525
(2)
185,235 9.064
9.330
(2)
11.642
$342
3,469
6,884
8,332
9,5t8
9,160
8,704
32,278
28, P,64
20,033
19,872
31,0 '8
34,214
38,748]
33,479
50,638
33,360
20,407
96,5991
68,469
31,, 791

(2)

12.192

35,000 24,084,945 4,904,498

98,090 3,338,759 3,436,849
'
[J '__ \_[ '
Total
. . . . 2,520j 66,811,462 <>, 736,000 32,905,093 24,455,148 489,103,3,858,694 4,347,797
Women making separate returns from
husbands 2 ........!

6.508

Grand total..... 2,53!
1
Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




84

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a. PERSONAL INCOME T A X - DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each das*
the number of return*, net income, and total tax

ConHniH'd.

OKEOON.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

jNum! her Total net j
i of re- income, i Specific
1 urns.
1
exemption.

$3,000-14,000 >
$3,000-$4,000
5 4,003-$5,000
$5,000-16,000........
$6,000-17,000
$7,00048,000
$8.000-19,000.
!
$9,000-$10,000
|
110,000-115,000
!
$io,oo:)-$?o,ooo......|
$20,09 )-$^5,000.
i
$?5,000-130,000
!
fU),000-$10,000
'..!
$4O,O00-$5O,OOO
!
$")O,O00-$6O,OO
i
$f)0,000-,$70,000
i
$7O,O00-$80,O0O.
!
$80.000-1,90,000
1
$90,003-S100,000
!
$100,000-8150,000.. ..I

$15 ),o)o-.moo,ooo
i
$200,000-1250,000.... I.
$>50,0)0-$300,000...j
1300,030-1400,000
I
$400,000-1500,000.... I
$500,000-11,000,000.. L
$1,000,000 $1,500,000.!$1,500,000-$ ',000,000.1.
$2,000,000-33,000,000 i.
$3,000,000-14,000,000.!.
$4,O00,O00-$5,OOO,OOO.i.
$5,000,000 and over..!.
Classes grouped 2
j.

Dividends.

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

690' $2,424, 146 $2,745,000 $164,870|.
,450i
204,000
12,150! $35,3001
681 251,
522| 2,343,,319; 2,018,000
70,469; 254,850|
349! 1,915, 9S4! 1,358,000
125,984j 432,000!
234| 1,517, 452 i 906,000
137,002] 474,450|
174! 1/208, 352:
675,000J 156,452; 466,900!
476,400!
118.422
126! 1,071, 822i
477,000
118; 276 338,200j
'769, 476! 313,000
81;
655,308; 1,390,9001
245! 2,9S3, 208: 937,000
581,189! 830,600J
106! 1,815, 789: 404,000
49j 1,084, 294:
187,000 318,344; 578,950
309,0721 506,900
35
135,000
950, 972i
409,619! 550,600!
32 1,083, 219
123,000
26 1.149, 443
99,000! 514, 943| 535,500
37,000| 288,861j 217,600!
' 543, 461
105,569! 207,000!
19,000
331, 569
122,409! 158,100!
15,000
295, 509
287,862!
31,500!
15, 000
334,,362
23?, 950
41,650!
12,000
286, 600
483,923: 235, 250!
24,000:
743, 173
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
!
()

24,000

294,180! 1,456,792

Total
J ,2, 775! 24,968,572 10,727,000 5,507,8541 9,219,442
Women making sep-;
arate returns from
husbands
.!
25
Grand total

Additional
tax.

$706

0,764I
27, 818!
16,612!
11,579!
10,138
11,012!
10, 710'
4,352 !
4,140
:i. 162
630
8331
4,7051
("
'

9,136!

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

$706
5,1
8,640
9,489
9,338
9.528
6, 764
27,818
16,612
12,817
12,6421
15,3841
IS, 080
9,215
8,087
7,229
5,990
6,147
25,913

0.281
.218

(2)

$1, 23S;
2,504!
4,372|
7,370i
4,863!
3,947|
4,067!
5,3601
5,314!
21,208

. 451
.625
,719
.889
.879
.932
.915
1.182
1.329
1.420
1.573
1.696
2.439
2.446
1.792
2.145
3.487
4.446

()
(2)

8,
9,4
9, 338!
9,5?8!

(2)

(2)
2
)

1,774,972

Amount
of
normal
tax.

Average
rat©
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent.

7.382
7.805

92,419| 121,555

184,389! 152,662

337,051

1,350

i 2,800

1 Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
p pear under a distribution.




85

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a, PERSONAL INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOB, STATES AND TERRITORIES; showmg for each doss
ihi

m nmb< r <>l uttirns.

net hicowt.

(turf total

la >' ( ' o l i i inilPcl.

PENNSYLVANIA.
Average

Kxur lptions for
nomial a\.
Ne
c

>jis<^cla s

jNum-|
j ber j Total net
:' of re-1 income.
turns.!

n inn * 1.000 '
000 4,000.
n 000 *"5.000..

5, 524
919
0', 092
4! *03
3,34(>
2,552

$5 00!) ^ !(HK).
t>0 0 ( 1 ( 1 >> r.ooo.
| 7 000 * \ 0 ( ) 0 .
" H MOO *^,000
>
ico
10,000.
$ll
M 5,000
$1 i O O P **20,000
1 ('MM ->2">,00o

j 9")(.

K55O
4,551
2,337
1 3sl
S27
1,104
573

11(1(1 "
•
1 (>!!{,

i 000 •v -} ),()((', | .
i Oiio >4)!oOo"

'3'
Ml 1 ll '() " M O , 0 0 0
-»« 0 0 v . 0 . 0 0 0

!J 0 ^7 I.OOO
i o

i(i

O'/i,

0 '(

O,l'Ol

-NII.OO )
" l »0,l 0 0

.

29.
211
K>9
IIS

1

M50,o(>0
V
200,o00.

155
<4
>
51
5S
31

SJSolooO.
M M O'H)
)
MOO 000
V no ,nO\i.

.
iO! 0( M.O'iooOO
M,500,000
11 nom id v
^1 > o i (> V 2/)00,o()0
' if.
(> )0 S? 000 000
*3. V) .' '0 M '")') 000

Vt

11

f

"

s

(

Di vile nds.

tax

<19 315 317 ?21 ,(»27 (0i M 914,71s
250
154,573
3 459 S23 2 757, 000
27 °>54 044 23', 2"0, 000 1 3 3,244 2 740, SOO
2(> 500 S42 IS, 354, OOi) 2 N.2,342 5 344, 500
21 (>7(, 791 12, 777, 000 2^792,141 ( 107, (.50
>
19 149 101 9, 737 000 2 952, O.)l 0 450 450
(>40 (14S 7, 145 ()00 2 9 0,94S ( 234, 100
>
10
14 74), (. v j ," 92S. 0(h) 2 (»13,539 5 904^ 150
~\>474 942 17', 358,000 12 9( S, 542 25 20S, 400
40 743 sso s. S73, 000 12 157.78 > 19, 713, 1(0
30 9 ° » 55') 5, 257, IOO 10 322,951) | r)) 41(>, 1 on
N
22 5'.0 t'37 3, J17. 100 < <iM,7s7 11 3 2, 15'
3s 071. 91<> 4 17S, 00 14 KHI..9'- 20 3sJ, 250
25 72) 120 2,179. '00 1') 09N, 52013', 412, I H i
23 I ' * l ^ S 1, ( 05, 000 S 9(*7.3ss 12 50 ».
?9 U s 3 ' 3 1. IIS •00 * 710, 5^ 5 9 2\i)t S">(t
1 . 030 9S7
797. 'O't 7 322!NS7 7? 91l! 150
{
1
r. s > 729 (01. 00 i> 1 v i s7 > (, 454, ^50
11 Is4 270
452, 00 4 1 "<)< [70 t> 073, 10'
(
j->
912 s75 I, 30l! 00 il.SOO.O25 5O.sil, v.
2 > i'37. 993
5^3, 00 14 2 \m 12, 079. f'5O
109,
T4, 4S4. N } 9 L'42, 00 7 132. • >« S-10, 1 10
15. 207. 552
205. 00 7 1' 2, 1 52 7
19. 922.9°3
22 >, ("1 S , (22' 1M 11, 0 7 4 , 550
*>55 3'0
14. 459, S25
110, Oil S 4^ \ 525
27, 5S7 551
147. 0» 15 35,i.()51 12, 090, t')0
12.
(^
13, 00 S, '>"}. "3 4, ^(iS, i 10
4. 711. 7ls
12, ()') 2, 1 is.JH^ 2 0 5 ! 700
<>•!(!

.

1

(I'() MOO">M)

*1 > 0 , >0<
*2(H). K
H
V2 0 KH
*3( ) . HH

Specif c
exem r
Moil

. .
income Amount
of
subject
to
normal tional
tax.
normal
tax.

()'y>.

2

I.)

(2 j

j

t >)

1 -)

j

<5 (/•)(• COO

(

i

17,1(>7,7SO

2n s i o >
s~ \ >2 1

>

i)j

( *,i

0>«l,|i>
• i >. ' 1 f
1
1

(_

1

(

\

rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
pei
corn

0. 317
. 20i
403
.5M
'-74
749
N()l

1 1^

v

7()5 ) ')s'i
1 >n S(N
2>i !yj i i'^7,t t>7
(17 to', ShM.315

M

2 0 , ( 0 0 1 1 , 9 1 ' 5S0 ,2i7,2'.O

5v)4

^ 4 ! ? ,2
^ , ' 50 33 • <^2
" 5. 53 . «2s) 77 »
1 7, Jin
422 7)2
I~-5,940
H " 2 447.x74
>V7 s "
>
1 )S 2_ 5 >nn Ms 3' 7 i» 1
J2<) 007 21 >, ^ 5 i 11 ^2
121. l ? >0'2, 4 0 . >2^ " is
}
MIO, <> 1 , 1 2 ) NM 1 74 > 1 U
241,' 5«3 ^5'». 400 1 . 0 U 1 (»»,{
5( 7, "7o
700,774
142,l«s

'*)
)

\

M0/X.5
54, Mh
lOoj N90
122,I"3
12'). O'H
124, ovo
11s* n v 3

MO 9<>5
54!M(>

100, VX)
122,153
129,000
124. iN2
11S.0N3
501.1(S
394, 2'.2
]'\^ ,532
227! 213
H7, t v >
2 s' s52
251 33?

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

s<>'2, 7"-^

. 9' S
1.0S7
1.215
S 4S7
1 (44
1 "U
? 02(»
2 2(*3
2 49(>
2 s<)7
^ <)()7
4 054
\ 900
5 ..73

(
1, '25 i 1 ^s h 3 2 0
«v 421 '- N22
2. h \ ',01 N 2( S
1. 1 ' i'HI > 0 5 0
177 ^ss 10 131
10 ,,20
'1 3H)
*
13 ")».!,

101,74 . l . " l i , 132 2.u^ » •

Jl. 4S7 ' 4 3.243,991 150,3ls,(00 IV,. W) S92 279.t»71 5,10 5, A*, H O i 2 0M'luO 17 • \z '•
•.'{•uniif return. 1 :.
froni husband:- 1

M)2

<<iand t o i a l . . . . 40,2S»»
1

Noutaxal le; .specific exemption and dividends exceed, net nit ome.
* C' ih-s'irf- grouped to conc<al the j)>H income and idemin of ff < ta\pa\«'r
pr'.sr jndei a distribution




:>nly one or two returns

86

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
RHODE ISLAND.
Exemptions for
normal tax.
Income class.

$3,000-$4,000i
$3,000-14,000
$4,000-$5,000
$5,000-86,000
$6,000-$7,000
$7,000-58,000
$8,000-19,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-$15,000
$15,000-$20,000
$20,000-125,000
$25,000-133,000....
$33,000-140,000
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-$80,000....
$50,000-170,000
$7O,O0O-$80,000....
$80,000-$90,000
$90,000-$100,000...
$100,000-$150,000..
$150,000-$200,000..
$200,000-$250,000..
$250,000-$300,000..
$3a0,000-$400,000..
$400,000-$500,000..
$500,00O-$l ,000,000.
$l,000,000-$l ,500,006!
$1 500 000-$2 000 000
$2,000,000-$3,000,00 0.
$3,000,0Q0-$4,000,00 0
$4,000,000-$5,000,00 0.
$5,000,000 a n d over
2

Classes grouped ,.
Total
Women
making
separate returns
from husbands
Grand total

Number Total net
of re- income. Specific
turns.
exemption.

Dividends.

Net
income Amount Addisubject
of
* to
normal tional
tax.
normal
tax.
tax.

562 $1,983,087 $2,197,000 $206,963
177,000
59
4,229
$24,450
205,679
510 2,2i8,347 1,950,000
107,547
210,800
419 2,310,143 1,607,000
237,443
465,700
297 1,930,524 1,129,000
312,174
489,350
859,000
228 1,608,045
310,645
528,400
636,000
168 1,418,667
313,467
469,200
504,000
135 1,275,006
310.803
460,200
454 5,534,923 1,705,000 1,915,573 1,914,350
88'i, 000 1,425,081 1,639,400
230 3,950,461
139 3,112,074 • 529,000 1,318,524 1,2)4,550
332,000 1,008,341 1,004,750
88 2,345,091
495,000 2,166,193 1,906,900
132 4,568,093
173,000
46 2,058,085
907,585
977,500
114,000
31 1,675,804
908,704
653.100
88,000
24 1,507,953
934, 753
545;200
80,000
21 1,553,921
942,371
541,550
61,000
17 1,453,688
986,238
42i, 450
32,000
8
379, 743
334,200
745,943
117,000 2,638,617 1,024,200
32 3,779,817
33,000 1,239,509
9 1,677,559
375,050
40,000 2,302,806
11 2,52 \, 553
183,750
37,000 2,027,649
10 2,727,299
662.650
23,000
6 2,620,297
184,797 2,412,500
13,000 1,003,980
4 1,859,280
842,300
19,000 2,408,909 1,341,900
5 3,769,809
(2)
2
(2)
(2)
(2)
1

(2)

4,631,012

(V)

(2)

(2)

12,000 2,439,362 2,188,650

3,646 65,257,163 13,848,000 28.942.989 22.887.050

$489
4,216
9,314
9,787
10,568
9,384
9,204
38,287
32,788
25,291
20,095
38,138
19,550
13,062
10,904
10,831
8,529
6,684
20,484
7,501
3,675
13,253
48,250
16,846
2», 838
(2)
(2)

43,773

$2,958
5,998
17,830
12,810
14,356
17,974
22,753
24,101
13,476
93,270
63,394
113,195
140,377
108,916
151,645
231,903
(2)
(2)

419,397

Average
rate
Total
of
normal tax,
and
noraddi- mal
tional and
tax. additional
per
cent.
$489
4,216
9,314
9,787
10,568
9,384
9,204
38,287
32,788
28,259
2), 093
55,988
32,330
27,418
28,878
33,584
32,630
20,160
116,754
70,895
116.870
153,630
157,166
168,491
258,741
(2)
(2)

0.238
.186
.403
.507
.622
.661
.722
.692
.830
.908
1.113
1.225
1.572
1.C36
1.842
2.147
2.245
2.703
3.089
4.226
4.626
5.633
5.998
9.062
6.864
8.381
11.502

463,170

457,741 1,457,3331-915.104

2.935

99
3,745

iNontaxable; spscific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2Classes group3d to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two return!
appear under a distribution.




87

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a. -PERSONAL INCOME TAX- DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total Jar—Continued.
SOUTH CAROLINA.

Income class,

$3,000-$4,000 * . . . . . . .
«3.000-^4,000........
S4,000-$5,000........
$f>,000-?6,000........
$fi.000-$7,000........
J7',000-$8,000........
$8.000-49,000........
$9,000-$10,000.......
$10,000-115,000......
$15,000-120,000......
$20,000-^25,000......
f25,000-,?30,000......
$30,000-S40,000......
S40,000-?50,000......
$50,000-?60,000......
$60,000-$70,000......
$70,000-$P0,000......
$80,000-f 90,000......
f 90.000-S100,000.....
$100,000-^150,000....
$150.000-$200,000....
«200,000-S250,000....
$25O,0OO-?3O0'.O00....
8300,000~$400,000....
S400,000-«500.000....
©500,000-$l,000.000 . .
81,000.000-81,500,000.
«S1,500,000-82,000,000.
S2,000,000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000.000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
15,000,000 and over..
(Classes grouped, 2 ....

226
23
24.6
167
128
60
60]
41
126
66
19
11
9

T o t a l . . . . . . . . . . . | 1,200

1797,223
88,6981
1,096,854
918,282
825,607
451,447
510,939
387,890!
1,513,001
1,133,357;
424,242;
298,542!
307,774!
396,070!
328,834!

,
69,0001
947,000'
648; 000'
499,000!
235,000!
231,000!
161,000
493,000.:

257, ooo;
75,000i
42,000;
36,0001
36,0001
23,000!

(2)

10,000;

$17,100!
96,950!
159,100;
205,550J
152,100!
149,050!
137,400
591,400!
540,200!
117,550!
127,900!
90,200|
233,400'
118,3001

$342!.
1,939 .
3,182!.
4,111!.
3,042!.
2,9811.
2,748!.
11,828!.
10,8041.
2,351!
2,558^
1,804!
4,668!
2,366!

$342
1,939
3,182!
4,111!
3,042
2,9811

$351
784
1,279
2,5211
2,899|

2,70
3,342
3,0831
7,189
5,265

()

C2)

404,187

$88,573
2,598
52,904
111,1821
121,057
64,347|
130,889j
89,490
428,601
336,1571
231,692J
128,642!
181,574!
126.670J
187; 534!

.386
.177
.347
.498
.674
.583
.708
.781
.953
.637
1.119
1.002
1.815
1.601

2.509
4.776

147,300

2,946

11,694

14,640

9.882,947 4,656,000'; 2,528.797! 2,883,500

57,670'

19,528!

77,198

246,887!

.781

Women making sep-!
arate returns from
husbands.........;
Grand t o t a l . . . . . ! 1,204

* Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
* Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where "only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




88

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
SOUTH DAKOTA.

i

Exemptions for
normal tax. :
Inoome class.

Number ! Total net !
of re-j income.
Specific ]
turns.!
exemp- ;
tion.

;

Aver-

i

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

Net
income Amount! Addiof
|
subject
normal tional
to
!
tax. I tax.
normal
Dividends. j tax.

age

rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per

cent.
$3,00) *i,000»

191
20
200

£.3,00) M,0 ^i)
$4'000 ^ 0 0 ) . "
$5,0)0 Sb,000
$b,O'X) ^7,0)0
$7,000-^8,000
$8 000 C 9 000
$9 00) * 10 000 .
S10.000-M") 000
"515,00) 2),')00
\ * ) 0 \i ^2 ) 000
$2o/«()() S ^0 00 )
S30 0 D s 10 000
$ 4 0 , 0 1 ) s.

fcoOOK)
$l>0,000
$70,000
$S0,00)

1 57

92
5 [

5)

H

s;
32
13
11
H

s

>OS, s ,2

195 77^

u,on
)1 00)

31 0 0 ;

l

35S 2 7 )
( )

1

>){)))

'W000
^70 0 K)
<W) 0 )0
"9)0)0

8]0J,00)
Sl r ) ( )000
$200 0 v )
«250 00)

S(»S1,17S ^751 0)0
71',5b 3
bO 000
901, 3 3b
7s3 000
S17,b57
b19,000
59b bOl
35S;OOO
10b,S75
21b 00U
422, b7b
19s* 000
409 9 "is
170,000
1 017 429 327,0))
512, b()7
121,000
2s7,13s
51,0)0

( )

s,in>o

2, 2u)

It,73b
31,957
'401
b>s 575
H

93, 57(>
9l'0)
T)1 029
1^) 0)7
120 iss
111 3)2
_2t) 72s
1 tb ; 2 ) )

)

12b, >->l

^S2 iin
"*>9

JO)

7b

( )o

193 700
1 >3 200
122, ,()0
131 10)
l l s ; 950
3 3b 10)

2 \^, )50
11"/, 7))
1 > I >)()
215 0 ) )
lsi

')(>*)

11
ISO
1,532
\f S7-J
1,W 1

^ls»>

I, 532
3, S71
3 Obi
2 lib

2 t >2
2} 979
b /2s
1 771
2 315
$ nn)
1 3)1
b20

j

2,41b
» (22
2,979
u 72s
}3,77l
•^272

2 >s7

2,022
2 2M>

','»-'
5 90t

0 2b(>

170
514
f OJ
02 1 )

727
bbl
. S7M

. 901
I 2S-2

>

i b4<

9>2

( 1
!

i

)

1 492

M>)000
S2i)(),()))
^2 )D 000
M00.009

* 300 0 0 ) MOO,000
$ 1 0 0 000
>O()O'))
^ 3 0 0 0 0 ) v l 009 000
U 00 ),())) M )()()IK)9

SI 509,0)0 v2,000,000
$2,000,00 ) s ),00() 000
Ie 3,000,00) !,();() 000
f
$i!000 0 0 0 d i i d o M '

1
i

1
01 is e^ giouped2
Total
970
Women m ikm^ separate reiurns from j
husbands
Grand total
1 971

i

111) 9)1

7,471 252 3 791 n o 1,7M) )^9 2 0^2

4)9
s >(

149
11 b>7

I Hs

1 os7

t

l',5b^

90b

h5(

1

i Nontaxable: specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
* Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where- only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




S T A T.I S T I C S O F

89

1N (' O M E.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
B Y CLASSES, F O R STATES AND T E R R I T O R I E S ; showing for each elms
the nuvihct
of vet'iimx,
nf-t wivoiue, ami total
tax—<\uiiimie<].
TKNNKSSKK.
Exemptions for
rionnal tax.
JN urn-'
I
I ber Tola! net |
! ofre- i n w ) m e - | Specific
ilurns.i
I exeirip: tion,

I JH'Otlie ClrtS;

Dividends.

Net.
income Amount
subject
of
j Addi! normal i tional
to
normal ! tax. ! tax.
tax.

"••i. A 00 '

OOl)
N i S l , 500
i on M h'^0, 121 M .11 ,
(
12s, Sl»U
35'. 000
K999
i io
n<
{€ 5 5 2 . 0 3 d > . ' >S2. 000
f S'»
V25. ^ ) '
79
m.
(
517, 5(V
'2*. 2 S71..'O7 > . 0 ••' 000
290, 007
f>00, 7 )\
v,ll> >7 000
. .
2! 279 701 1 ,-• • O')0
315, 001
2 t \ 5 9 1. U* 1 ,(».'(), O(>0
>09. y .'s
t M, UY
"•".0) ^sOOJ'
1
ISM
<i9.i. O'l*
s \ 0 t ^r)0u'^
J, 514 155
i32, 905
Isj, 2'1
1 vi 1 f • 5 1 s . I l l
^05, 1' 1
171,
5 ^s. 00.)
( • {
M s ) > '• M i i> ' •
211.279 I . ( S i . 000 ' 2S1, 129 2. 2? , 1")'
M
i) » - 2 > 00!)
000
\i 1^, 51 1 1. 10s, T(
i',''
3! O]1 ') v
N> I
'* ^
I'd I
J.',s' 000
791, 2>1 1 \ 1 >. 9 )
->'«». l l ) l
]
,,
•>N%
s ,
^2"> «
M n (H
• 's . 1H
' ; " . Odd
['
-. i i • ') MO 0"i»
2 | t > I*' >
OtM) 1 09d, .ilJ 1.
9 ] 7 h 2 1 OdO, I >>
i;
1M 000
2, 1 1 ^ ' 7' 2
j-n , (i -.7)(y .
2ai
s-,11 I 1 I » *>•»(» 0 0 "
997 J"."
7!, "00
V 2, 0">5
*• >o ?iii) -^ro,o(">
*
')
iis 1 •
")77 O i l
000
"'ol. 901
2 s , 000
*-?) c, \> - v -) no >
29^ 2 v
"29.iO'
2'i2, W\
JN
•>>.»')))
- J i (j( | !
"." J. 7s2
2''\ / " i
. 00(1
f O'»,O L
»-»> }] ) M 0 0 0"»>
\
2 ' H1 >"(
Id. 000
•57) j d ' i
1"'7, 7 ' 9
^ L ( M|) j M 5 0 0 >O
'!! | ")V
t> )t
• .}h. 9 S h
7
2," 000
, '1'
• n \ i w ; o ^2oo,(<)"
>
i
1( - '
1

V *v f
>
'

MINI -1 000
M IKP S5.000

1

(

1

*-2u I "i,0 2")H l)f)d
- 2 ) ! ) DOO M O ) 0 0 0
" O n i> 10 M )0 COO

>

M,
(•),

10,
12 01'
12,
9, t 1
<»t 19
j. ,

f '
20, OOL
•), 2 s j
h . 71
,s 9 1
\y

1, 00"
9 >/

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

,3 5s1
,"07
1 , ^50
<
12 !on
12 ,( s2
<j , N 5
9 19^
]'
."2i
21* , T 9
{[ ! i°o

0

1 x,' 0 H

1
1
1
1
2

f

"0/

2s, 1 ' (
; s . t ~*
1 ^ 7,

Aver
age
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additiona

^ 2 . 721
(
' s
M), v ; '
ll!l^2
(
), 12^
d,

,"!">

U 1M
! s . «0t»

\ 1

1 v2
0
'), Sfjl,

h 9 1
21 112

,

)([1

]( ,

i

1

,.

(jib

37
T20
9 55
i

S"(i

u ,271
10 ,0h»
j u 0« J

312
1st
3H
r
27

!
2
\
J

Vh
I2h
\'~
1 n

Mt>
^0(>
1S(>

712
9J2
iss
* 92

() "5 >
" d9s
>

1

M O .'H«' M 0<" ODO
M

O f

(»)')

l

L,.

)ii

()••'

SI 5 0 ) IK)1) "-2 01, • 0 0 >
- J ft'1 ! 0 0 0 M o i'i ()H )
M ' » ) " 0 )!) M 0 ' 0 , 0 0 0
9.}

' )

HI

O i l i-

«• ~

H i M U ' i l

4. > ( » ' ) ( ) , ' ) O ' » , i "

' o «>>

1, 017,11 i
4,390 39, ^67.675 16

IVJM! .

H onsen

62s, J)(

12, 579 ;

4h,70l

000 in. 394, 151 13, 337. ! 01

20'), 752 ;

146,326

000

373, 163

59 , 343,.
413 ,078

1. 03«

nitiktng

in, UnisLamis.
iii.tml t o n ' . . .

.

24
1,414

1

1
Nf>>i( ixah'e- -;>ecuic e x e m p i l o u a n d dividends exceed net income
M\.I-* j»s grouped to ooi'-eol Hie m-t income and i Unrif \ of Iho 1 i\j»a\pr v\ here only one or two returns
firn1 <r u n d e i • rli**nil>ution




90

STATISTICS OP INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; shovnng for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued,
TEXAS,
Exemptions for
normal tax.
Income class,

$3,000-$4.000 1 .......
$3,000-84,000
$4,000-15,000
$5,000-$6,000
$6,000-17,000
$7,030, $8,000
$8.000-$9,000
$9.000-110.000
$10.000-115,000
$15,000-$20,000
$23,000-$25,030
$25,033-130.000
$30,000-143,000
$40,003-$50,000
$50,000-160,000
$60,003-$7n,000
$70,003-$80,000
$83,030-$90,000
$93,033-$100,000
$103.003-1150,000
$150,000-$200.000....
$233,030-$250,000....
$250,000-$303,000
$333,003-1430,000
$403,003-3500,000
$503.033-$l,000.000..
$1,033,003-11,503,000.
$1,500,033-$2,000,000
$2,000,003-^3.000,000.
$3,003,000-^4,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000.000.
$5,000,000 and over..
Classes grouped 2

Number Total net
of re- income. Specific
turns.
exemption.

Dividends.

Average
rate
Net
Total
of
income Amount * Addi- normal taxf
subject
and
of
norto
normal tional addi- mal
tax.
normal
tional and
tax.
tax.
tax.
additional
per
cent.

2,076 $7,310,015 $8,214,000 $680,998
914,095
765,000
30,79t $118,300
255
882,700
1,877 8,456,557 7,240,0001 333,857
1,378 7,560,389 5,357,000! 546,589 1,656,800
628,503 1,657,300
892 5,747,803 3,4f;2,000!
740,906 1,918,850
732 5,496,756 2,837,000;
644.927 1,683,800
507 4,287,727 1,959 030
360 3,421'854 1,393,000
549,204 1,479,650
1,095 13,383,928 4,225,000 2,765,228 6,393,700
462 7,927,940 1,766,000 1,951,490 4,210,450
254 5,650,174 ' 987,030 1,503,124 3,160,050
143 3,944,384
554,000 1,398,934 1,991,450
159 5,450,623
604,000 2,023,523 2,823,100
78 3,524,760
299,000 1,509,910 1,715,850
51 2,746,514
194,000 1,092,514 1,460,000
32 2,067,153
121,000
930,303 1,045,850
2" 1,943,056
100,000
705,00'" 1,138,050
22 1,862,249
84,000
740,699 1,037,550
634,450
13 1,249,279
51,000
563,829
31 3,621,757
123,000 1,934,407 1,567,350
12 2,110,791
46,000
640,041 1,424,750
710,750
7 1,566,383
2^,000
829,630
823,561
725,450
3
9,000
86,111
897,900
3 1,066,343
11,000
157,443
1
1

(2)

(2)

$2,366
17,654
33,136
33,146
38,377
33,676
29,593
127,874
84,209
63,201
39,829
56,462
34,317
29,200
20,917
22.761
20;751
12,689
31,347
28,495
14,215
14,509
17,958

$5,603
10,454
22,193
22,445
24,430
22,367
27,092
30,046
23,450
86,959
72,650
64,146
38,644
59,970

$2,366
17,654
33,136
33,146
38,377
33,676
29 r92
127,' 872
84,209
68,804
50,283
78',6£f
56,762
53,630
43,284
49,853
50,797
36,139
118,30f
101,145
78,361
53,153
77,928
(2)

(')

8.084
9. 542

;;;;
i

i
10,000 9,923,599 1,213,350

24,267 1,302,299 1,326,56(

10,471 113.278.037 40,434,000 32,881,57C 41,547,450
Total
Women making

830,949 1,812,748 2,643,691

11,146,949

separate returns
from husband?
Grand total

0.259
.209
.438
.577
.698
.785
.865
.955
1.062
1.218
1. 275
1.443
1.610
1.953
2.094
2.566
2.728
2.893
3.267
4.792
5.003
6. 478
7.308

12. 430
2.334

410,514

1
8

1
{

Nontaxable: specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the not income and identity ot the taxpayer where only one or two returns
nppear under a distribution.




91

STATISTICS OP INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total faz—Continued ,
UTAH.

Exemptions for
normal fax.
Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

Income class.

201
22
212i
141!
1151
711
56
48i
1621

13,000-14,000 1 . . . . . . .
13,000-$4,000..„....
$4,000-15,000........
$5,000-16,000=-,.....
$6,000-,$7,000........
$7,000-18,000........
§8,000 - $ 9 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . .
$9,000-$10,000.......
$10,000-$15,000......
$15,000-*20,000......
$20,000-$25,000......
825,000430,000......
130,000440,000......
$40,000-150,000......
$5 O'.OOO-#60,000......
$60,000-$70.000......
$70,000 - ? 8 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . .
$80,000-890,000......
$90,000-8100,000.....
$100,0004150,000....
$1, C 0;000-$200,000....
$200,000-$2f.0,000....
82f 0,000-JF300.000....

711
42i
241
29j
12;
11

$695,961
81,489
952,123
767,595
745,978
540, 768|
474,410!
465,028:
1,972,272!
1,248,475
961,9801
663,280
976,7491
543,370|
635,0301
330,582
454,370|
341,759
597,996

Specific
exemption.

$793,000J
66.000!
832,0001
554,000J
446,000J
272,000!
221,000!
187,000!
633,000J
276,000J
162,000|
93,000!
111,000!
48,000!
43,000!
20,000!
24,000;
16,000
(2)
!
20,000
2
( )
(*)

Dividends.

178,733
6,7891
34,373|
69,1451
108,728
133,218
118,810
119,978
522,272j
401,825
383,680!
272,230i
591,0491
333,020!
356,840|
229,732
267,720]
160,959|

Net
income Amount Addisubject
of
to
normal tional
tax.
normal
tax.
tax.

?8,700
85,750'
144,450
191,250
135,550
134,600
158,0. r 0'
817,000
567,650
416,300
298,050
274,700
162,3f0
236,250
80,8:0;
162,650;
164,800|

(2)

330.396
2

$1741.
1,715;.
2,889!

3825l

2,692!.
16,'340'!
11,353:. . . . . . . .
8,326!
5,961! $1,217
1,831
5,494
3,792
3,247
3,648
4,725
6,153
1,617!
3,9471
3,253
6,370
3,296
5,671
I2)
(2)
4,952

(( )) I
I

247,600;

542,231!

268,700!

5,374
91,105)

76,583

$174!
1,715
2,889!
3,825
2,7111
2,692|
3.161!
16,34
11,353
9,543
7,792
9,286!
6,895
10,878!
5,564j
9,423
8,967
(2)

0.214
.180
.376
,513
.501
.567
.680
.828
!§92
1.175
.951
1.269
1.710
1.683
2.074
2. 624
3.418
3.321
3., 749
4. 626

29,044

4,837,000 5,064,728! 4,555,260

Average
rate
Total
of
normal tax,
and
noraddi- mal
tional and
tax. additional
per
cent.

2

14,910

(*)

19,:
()
*

$3OO,OOfHf4OO,OOO....

$400,000 ~$5 00,000
$500,000-11,000,000 . .
$1,000,000-81,.r 00,000.
I I , f 00,000-12,000,000
12,000,000-13,000,000 !
$3,000,000-14,000,000 I
$4,000,000-15,000,000.
$5,000,000 a n d o v e r . .
Classes g r o u p e d 2 . . . .

830,931

1,242 14,281,2061
Total.
Women makimrsep-!
arate returns from :
husbands.........
171

Grand total

.

20,000!

167,688

1.174

1,259

*
a Nontaxa^lo; specific exemption ani divi lend? exceel net income.
Classes troupe 1 to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only ono or two returns
appear under a distribution.




92

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a. PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total ta-oc—Continued.
VERMONT.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

;
iNuinber I Total net j
j of re-] income. | Specific
jturns.!
' exemption.

$3,000-$4,000i...
*3 f 000-$4,000....
$4,000-^5,000....
$5,000-36,000...,
$6,000-$7,000....
$7,000-58,000...,
$8,000-ij|;9,000...,
$9,000-$10 t 000...
$10,000-$] 5,000
!
$15,000 -$20,000
1
$20,000-.«25,000......
$25,000430,000
|
$30,000-840,000......;
$40,000-^50,000
$50,000 -$60,000
1
$60,000-$70,000
!
$70,000-$80,000
!
:
$80,000-$90,000
$90,000-sioo,ooo
;
$ioo,ooo-$i5o,ooo....:
$150,000 $200,000
$200,000-$250,000 '.
$250,000-1300,000
.
$300,000-4400,000
!
$400,000 -$f)00,000
.
$500,000-11,000,000... i
SI ,000,000- -$1,500,000.;
$l',f.00,000-$2,000,000. ! .
$2,000,000 -$3,000,000. .
$3,000,000 $4,000,000. i.
$4,000 000--$5,000,000. .
$ft,000^000 a n d o v e r . . : .
Classes g r o u p e d 2
\.

Dividends.

$101,953!.
3,069!
40,879;
87,552!
93,595!
120,733!
96,025'
121,513:
144,353!
276,096!
202,388:
296,955!
485,475!
183,972)
122,092
456,6991
290,3441
327,988 j

$711,129
71,869;
842,979
750,0521
601,015!
569,833
423,425
455,313'
1,389,703!
715,296
459,788;
211
677,855'
24|
211
750,425;
7i
310,172!
215,392
4:
10
639,899'
6
439,994:
ft
512,588!

$782,000
60,000
725,000
536,000
349,000
293,000
185,000
182,000
433.000
156,000
81,000
90,000
77,000
26,000
14,000
38,000
22,000
21,000

768,375!
(2) ;

24,000
C2)

394,125;

989,539j

11,000

383,189;

2oi;
20;
187|
138i
93!
76;
50!
481
113!

$8,800
77,100|
126,5001
158,450!
156,100
142,400|
151,800;
492,350!
283,200!
176,400'
290,900'
187,950!
.100,200!
79,300!
145,200:
127,650!
163,600;
C2)
!
3.10,250

2

$176!
1,542!
2,530
3,169
3,122
2,848
3,036
9,847i
5,664!
3,528
5,818!
3,759
2,0041
1,586!
2,904
2,553
3,272
I2)
7,005
(2)

19,478

26,483
(2)

0.245
.183
.337
.527
.548
.673
.667
,719
.792
.845
1.093
.860
1.133
1. 534
1.503
1.920
2.270
2.899
3.447
4.210

44,979

56,886

5.749

$3571
1,5891
2,698;
1,511
1,719
6,7141
f», 8971
8,363

) I

595,350|

11,907

$176
1,542
2,530
3,169
3,122
2,848
3,036
9,847
5,664
3,885
7,407
6,457
3,515
3,305
9,618
8,450:
1L635 1
(2)

7.080
10.125

I3)

2,354,281

932,350;

18,647

176,782

195,429

;2,929 4,745,8501

94,917)

270,087

365,004|

18,000 1,403,931

Total
I 1,081 14,628,955 4,123,000:
Women making sep- I
arate returns from !
19
husbands
!
Grand total.....| 1,100!

(2)

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

Average
rate
of
i Total
Amount' Addi- I normal tax,
of
I tional
and
norn o r m a l j tax. I addimal
tax. i
j tional
and
! tax.
additional
per
cent,

2,495

1

* Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
* Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




OF INCOME.
TABLE 2 a . ^ P E R S O N A L INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TEKKITOBIES; showing for each dam
:hf

mi mfif'r

of

return*,

ftrt

if-otne.

and

total

tat

< '<>nHnu*H|,

VIH<ilMA.

IK

Average

npj i< }is for
rmtil f a x .
j

Income class.

Num-|
ber ! Total net
of re-! income.
turns,

income j Amount'

i

,.M)O M.OOc *
M,(M)O V 4 01)0
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and
additional
tax.

w 1 normal

subject ! of | AQOi"
to J normal tional
normal ! tax. ! tax, '
:
tax. :

(

2

(i)

rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
(ent
0 30S
174
S7i
50O
55S
b2 >
t*92
707
^^
S\5

1 (l97
I 104
1 557
2 0s5
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2 19'J
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687, 250 1 449,350j

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is 1,057

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4 157 12 "aifi. Ib4 16 063, 000 11 ,927, 716 14.95l.550 1
W onion niciKinfrsoj)irato r e t u r n *»irom
X\

209, 031

294 273

593,30- t

2 1*52 600

'Hiand t o t a l

1 iO«>

1 190

1

Nori1a\al)le, specific exemption and dividends exceed n »t income.
Cla ^( s £io iped to conceal the net inco no and identity oi *ho taxpayer where only one or two returns
jpetu under a distribution




94

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total ta:\:—Continued,
WASHINGTON.
I

Exemptions for
normal tax.

Income class.

Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

Net
Specific
exemption.

Dividends.

income
subject
to
normal
tax.

I Amount
I of
j normal
| tax.
!

$277,288
23,092.
125.113
227,977
312,7)3;
237,228;
384,892'
342,988
1,218,945
1,211,016
732,476
853,222!
838,1«5
5S2,146!
422,341;
315.671s
477,933
438,510
353,663!
1,206,740;
391,083!
553,973;
(2)
1

$25,910!
* 475,2001
757,600!
812,951
703,5 )0
713,000
671,451!
2,754,710;
1,481,800!
1,147,151;
788,751!
1.431,000
'328,910
592,510
293,600
421,100
49.000
94,310
738,951
319,600
255,750
(2)

Additional
tax.

I
|
I
i
|
|

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

$3,000-14,000 i . . . . . . .
$3,000-14,000
$4,000-^5,000
$5,000-$6,000
$6,000-^7,000
$7,000-18,000
$8,000-^9,000
$9,000-111,000
$10,000-$15,000
$15,000-$20,000......
$2D,000-$25,000
$25,001-.S31,000
$3.1,000-140,000
$40,000-150,000
$51,000-3560,000
$60,000-170,000
$70,000-180,000
$80,000-$91,000
$91,000-1100,000
$100,000-$151,000....
$159,000-5200,000
$200,000-1250,000
$250,000-#300,000....
$300,000-$400,000....
$400,000-$590,000 . . .
$500,000-11,000,000. .
$1,000,000-$1,500,000.
$1,500,000-12,000,000.
$2,000,000-^3,000,000.
$3,000,000-14,000,000.
$4,000,000-15,000,000.
$5,000,000 a n d over.,
lapses g r o u p e d 2 . . . .

.,357! $4 778,077 ?5, 398,000
399,000
447,992;
133!
039,000
639,313
,034J
513,000
498,577
643|
712,000
827, P53
439
061,000
031,728
273!
913,000
00% 892!
237!
724,438
182'
710,000
859,645
4851
883,000
.4*>7,8ir>i
203!
777,000
273,626
102|
397,000
70; 1 913,972;
239,001
75| 2, 591, lP5j
293,0001
83.000;
21!
• 991,046!
21 1 094,841'
80,0001
649,270;
37,000!
10
947,033,
49,000
13 i
517,500!
2 1 , OOOi
6!
469,933i
19,000!
5:
010,691
65,000!
17| 2. 723,683
14,000
4|
824,723
15,000
(2)
(2)

761,951 2,625,650!

52,513

249,037

301,550

Total
Women maMng separate returns from
husbands

5,341 49,697,247 20; 776,000 1.2,343,108 17,475,350J

349,507

426,983

776,470

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent.

Grand total.....

$518'.
9,5)4 .
15,152 .
13,259 .
14,070!.
14,121 .
13,429 .
55,094 .
29,6131.
22,943
15,775|
28,600i
6,578!
ll,85ii
5,932!
8,402!
' 980!
1,886|
14,779:
6,392j
5,115
2

() j

$2,276
5,1261
10,378
7,214
9.557]
7,447
12,688!
8,311
8,664;
49,133
25,422
31,730
(2)
!

1518 0.116
9,514
.205
15,152
.433
15,259
.575
14,071
.693
14,121
.704
13,42 r
.779
55,094
.940
.854
29,61*
25,219 1.108
21,901 1.C92
38,978 1 514
13,782 1.386
21,407 1.955
13,379! 2.061
21,091 2.227
9,281 1.829
10,551 2.245
63,912 3 179
31,814 4.396
35,845 4.468
5 799
(2)
5.355
8.766
11.014

. 3,411,601
1

24,000

1.582

19!
5,360

1 Nontaxable: specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




95

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME T A X - DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
(he number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
WEST VIRGIXIA.
Exemptions for
normal tax.

i
Income class,

I"

Num-i
!
ber | Total net
Specific
of re-! income,
turns, j
j exemption.

$3,00<MF4,000».......!
$3,000-$4,000........l
$4,000-85,000
....'
15,000 - 1 6 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . !
$6,O0O-$7,O0O......
$7,000-18,000........ i
18,000-$ 9 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . , !
$9,000-$ 1 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . .
$10,000-$ 1 5 , 0 0 0 . . . . . .
$L5,000-y2),000......
$2),000-f2">,000......
$25,000-$30,000......
$30,000-S40,000......
$40,000-$50,000... o ..
$">0,000-$60,000......
$60,000-$70,000......
$70,000-180,000......
$80,000-190,000......
190,000-^100,000.... a
$.100,000-$150,000....
$150,000-1200,000....
$200,000-$250,000....
$250,000-1300,000....
1300,000-1400,000....
$400,000-1500,000....
$500,000-$1,000,000..
SI ,000,000-$], 500,000.
$1,500,000-12,000,000.
$2,000,000-13,000,000.
$3,000,000-14,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000and o v e r . .
Classes grouped 2 . . . .

4361
501
445
30'
218
174
114
95
234
1581
88
43
52;
29|
21!
161

l\
51
17!
6i
4!

$1,532, 047 $1
184, 1501
1,980. 0851 1
1,676' 616 1
1,4V', 493=
1,285,
1 2 8 5 179;
970', 624
617'
3,238' 007; 1
2,706. 8451
l,96oj 082
752
1,818, 896
1,292, 414
1,138, 538 •
1,039, 304
226.
257,
468,
2,075 ; 4^7!
912, 352;
907, 474;
8341

SI!

Dividends.

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax.

712,000 $205,847
13,6501 $20,500:
150,000
124,9S5|
147, IOO!
717,000
216,816
265,800!
193,000
317,8501
847, OOOj 24?, 643
297,5^9! 312,6501
675, OOOj
301,424
232,2301
437,000
232,967
2 )7,650!
386,000
018,000! 1,079,507 1,1] 0,500!
605,000! 1,237,095! ' 864,7501
947,932:
342,000|
675,150;
583,302i
429,450
165,000i
200,0001 1,018,946! 599,950
763,164! 416,250
113,000
292,150
766,3881
80,000
309,450
666,854
63,000
55,950
158,627
12,000
121,050
124,735
12,000
135,050
313,447
18,000
922,052 1,087,300
66,000
560,474
328,000
24,000
253,284
639,550
15,000

Amount

A d d i

.

$410'.
2,942 .
5,336'.
6,3571.
6,253 .
4,644.
5,953 .
22,210'.
17,2)5 .
13,503; $2,0091
2,998f
8,589;
7,638!
11,999:
7,934j
8,325!
9,684)
5,843
11,413
6,189';
2,242
1,119
4,231
2,421
8,681
2,701
47,740
21,746
27,984
6,560
12,791! 37,548

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

$410
2.942
5,336
6,357
6,253
4,644
5,953
22,210
17,2)5
15,512
11,587
19,637
16,259
15,527
17,602
3,361
6,652
11,332
69,486
34,544
50,339

(2)

7,000

907,238

0.223
.148
,318
,452
.487
,478
.664
.692
,639
,789
.984
1.080
1.258
1.364
1.694
1.483
2.580
2.436
3.348
3. 786
5.545
6.070

(2)

1,035,638

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional
per
cent.

121,400

T o t a l . . . . . . . . . . . 2,550 30,170,801; 9,837,000 U, 938,909 8, 780,700
V omen making sepV
arate returns from
25
husbands..*.....,

7.652

<*)

<*)

70,690

73,118

175,6141 240,772

416,386

2,428|

1.380

I
i

Grand t o t a l . . . . . 2,575
1

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
1
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




96

STATISTICS OF INCOME,

TABLE 2a. PERSONAL INCOME TAX- DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each claw
(he number of returns, net income, and total tax

Continiiod.

WISCONSIN.

Exemptions for
normal tax.
I

Income class.

Number Total net
ofre- income.
jturns.

Specific
exemption.

Dividends.

§423,049!
34,212'
320,9201
585,5831
639,932i
714,4671
703,4651
640,237
3,229,57S
2,378,376
.1,883,186
1,642,577,
2,777,961
1,625,2171
1,296.020!
1,697,637;
1,264,9HI!
1,090', 942|
1,354,892;
2,960,5711
1,422,599!
605.628;
1,323' 788]
459,783;
1,632,225;
(2)
i
!

Net
income
subject
to
normal
tax,

!
j Amount Addii of
j normal tional
tax.
j tax.
i

$3,000-$4,000 i
$3,000-$4,000..
$4,000-$5,000
$5,000-16,000
$6,000 $7,000
#7,000- $8,000
S8,0()0-$9,000
$9,000 $10,000
$10,000-115,000
$15,000-$20,000
$20,000-125,000
$25,000-$30,000
$30,000-140,000
$40,000-850,000
$50,000-160,000......!
$60.000-$70,000......i
$70,000-$80,000
;
$80,000- $90,000
'
$90,000-$! 00,000
i
$100,000-$! 50,000
i
$150,000-$200.000
!
$200,000 $250',000
I
$250,000 $300,000....!
$300,000-S400,000
!
$400,000-$500,000
I
$500,000-11,000,000 ..!
$1,000,000-$1,500,000.
$l,5O0,000-$2,000,0O0.
$2,000,000-83,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000,000.!
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.'
$5,000,000and o v e r . .
Classes g r o u p e d 2

$6,481, 94S;$7, 342,0001
760, 862 ' 615,000|
6, 700, 870! ,799,000!
,736,000;
5,310,
,565,000:
4,349,
,845,0001
3,601,
,320,000;
2,932,
2,505,
,007,000|
9,924,
,152,000
6,062,
355,000
4,231,
719,000
3,369,
474,0001
4, S04.
560,000;
237,000:
2, 795;
147,000
2,081,
146,000
2,528,
93,000
1,859,
65,000
1.424,
74,000
I', 788,
122,000
3, 710,
44,000
1,946,
27,000
1,542,
1,396,
17.000
1,366,
15,000
1,685,
16,000
(2)
;
(2)

12,000 1,184,770 1,255,650

25,113|

Total
Women making separate returns from
husbands....

87,614,595 ;31,504,000 33,893,596 23,500,100

470,0021

Grand total

(2)

2,452,420j

Sit 1,6501
580,950i
988,500 !
1,144,9501
1,042,250!
900,4501
858,050:
3,543,400i
2,329,000!
1,629,400 j
1,252,750!
1,466,650!
932,8rtO.|
638,600!
684,700j
501,950;
268,150|
359,200?
628,050)
480,150|
90^,050!
55,400!
892.050i
37,350|
(2)
!

$2,233 .
11,619 .
19.770!.
22J899L
20,845|.
18,189 .
17,161 .
70,8681.
46.580L
32,588!
25,0551
29,333!
18,650!
12,772^
13)694i
10,039!
5,363:
7,184!
12,561.!
9,603 !
18,181'
1,10s1
17,84.1!
747 i
!

$4,125
8,672
18,984!
.16,687
17.161
28,269 !
24,590!
20,973!
30,903!
84,576;
49,425;
60,259'
56,317;
72,800!
94,307i

165,207

Average
rate
of
Total
normal tax,
and
noraddi- mal
tional and
tax. additional per
cent.
$2,233
11,619
19,770
22,899
20,845
18,1891
17,161
70,868!
46,580)
36,7131
33,727
48,317
35,343
29,933
41,963
34,629
26,336
38,087
97,13:
59,028
78,440
57,425
90,641
95,054

0.293
.173
.372
. 526
.579
.620
.685
.714
,768
.868
1.001
1.006
1.265
1.438
1.660
1.862
1.849
2.130
2. 618
3.032
5.085
4.113
6.631
5.639
9.345
8.537

220,320

783,2551,253,257'

1.430

8,261

1
2 Nbntaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




97

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 2a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES
BY CLASSES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES; showing for each class
the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
WYOMING.

Exemptions for
normal tax.
Number Total net
of re- income.
turns.

In come class.

Specific
exemption.

Dividends.

Net
income Amount Addiof
subject
normal tional
to
tax.
tax.
normal
tax.

$3,000-$4,000 i
$3,000-$4,000
$4,000-$5,000
$5,000-$6,000
$6,000-$7,000
$7,000-18,000
$8,000-19,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000 $15,000
$15,000 $20,000
$20,000-$25,000
$25,000-$30,000
$30,000-$40,000
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-$60,000
$60,000 $70,000
$70,000-$80,000
$80,000-$90,000
$90,000-1100,000
$100,000-$150,000
$150 000-$200 000
$200,000-$250,000 .
$250,000-$300,000
$300,000-$400,000
$400,000-$500,000 . . .
$500 000-$l,000 000
$l,000,000-$l,500,000.
$l,500,000-$2,000,000
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000,000
$4,000,000-$5,000,000
$5,000,000 and over

130
22
103
73
67
44
28
23
79
36
18
10
16
7
6
3

$450,865
79,522
467,614
395,915
433,418
331,481
237,411
217,625
933,500
621,477
402,926
268,748
560,863
306,053
331,268
195,840

$512,000
66,000
402,000
286,000
256,000
170,000
110,000
88,000
307,000
138,000
69,000
36,000
62,000
27,000
24,000
12,000

$41,0&5
3,472
20,064
15,365
37,068
36,231
37,711
37,625
180,500
116,477
101,426
93,948
206,813
110,953
120,318
173,190

$10,050
45,550
94,550
140,350
125,250
89,700
92,000
446,000
367,000
232,500
138,800
292,050
168,100
186,950
10,650

$201
911
1,891
2,807
2,505
1,794
1,840
8,920
7,340
4,650
2,776
5,841
3,362
3,739
213

3

289,261

10,000

155,661

23,600

Total
Women making separate returns from
husbands

668

6,523,787 2,575,000 1,487,907 2,563,100

Grand total

673
1

619
2,408
1,920
3,024
2,276

$201
911
1,891
2,807
2,505
1,794
1,840
8,920
7,340
5,081
3,395
8,249
5,282
6,763
2,489

0.253
.195
.478
.648
.756
.756
.845
.956
1.181
1.261
1.263
1.471
1.726
2.042
1.271

2,472

5,570

8,042

2.780

51,262

16,248

67,510

1.035

$43*1

5

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.

35884°—18




7

Total
normal
and
additional
tax.

Average
rate
of
tax,
normal
and
additional per
cent.

TABLE 6 a — PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY OCCUPATION—TABLES FOR STATES AND
TERRITORIES; showing for each occupation the number of returns, net income, and total tax.

CD
00

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
ALABAMA.

OCCUPATIONS.

Accounting professions: Accountants, statisticians, actuaries, etc
Architects
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
Authors, editors, reporters, etc
i. lerg.vmen
Engineers,: < ivil, mining, etc
Lawyers and jud ges
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons,
oculists, dentists, nurses, and other medical
specialists
Public service: < iyil
Public service: Military
Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, musicians, etc
Teachers: From kindergarten to university;
also school and_ college officials
All other professions and occupations
Professions or occupations not stated
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, orchardists, etc
Bankers
Real estate brokers: Agents and salesmen
Stock and bond brokers
Insurance brokers
Brokers: All other
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
Commercial travelers
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers,
cashiers, presidents, etc
Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen, office employees, etc
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs




Num- !
•
ber i
of re- |
turns, \

12 I
1!
10
i
22 I
142
83
31

Net
income.

$64,020
(x)
63,997
20,155
101,541
1,084,637
637,928
240,682
34,523

C1)

ALASKA.

Income
tax,
normal
and
additional.

I Num| ber
I of rei turns.

$203

18

Income
Numtax,
ber
normal
of reand
turns.
additional.

$127,792

342
673

571,933
510,361

9,291
5,958

5
2
5
139

44,179
58,644
17,419

5,552
1,678
180

Income
tax,
normal
i and
additional.

Net
income.

$30,626 I
0)
i

47,846
91,450

8,891 I
i

333
259
30

431,581
41,341
239,335

3,789
377

104
22

$44

0)

38,892 !

0)

I

26,004 ;
904,312 !
597,836 ;
125,340 I
38,118

0

44

0)

63
287 I
64 :

3,478
658
148

3,228,796 !

27,101

482,770 I
43,402 I

2,339
187

3

a
o

g

3,898
13,413
2,204
1,728
963
5,263
30,865
1,712

346 I

H
Q

127
5,804

0)

375,840 i
• 817,701 i
338,134
144,290
159,794
574,173
2,771,045
364,031

22 i

$42 l

Net
income.

ARKANSAS.

C1)

33 !
17 j .
177 |

105
603
3,190

40 |
65 !
51 |

Income j Numtax,
| ber
normal ] of reand
additional. turns.

$16, 446

0)

27,214
56,370
579,851 •

79 j

Net
income.

ARIZONA.

C1)

0)
48,577
24,387
70,426
30,892

i
!

384,640 !

()

0)
1,709

434

372,521
1,868,064
24,867

4,106
50,674
14

1,512

105

1,214,969

22,601

182

1,175,269

4,432

553,385
97,867

6,064
1,102

37

167,911
38,517

423
111

1

79,088
36,901

()
0)

33
109
4

C)
16 I
6 |

14,193
6,759
2,527

1
2
56
270
57
30
4
17
55
342
43

0)

260,453

190
3,861

,119,612
385,251
180,271

242
412
299

C1)

83,881

C1)

50,676
339,907

C)
303 i
233 I

C1)

0)

2,151,914
484,385
211,572
58,087
187,401
453,451
2,709,615
247,228

22,269
2,648
1,616
322
4,164
4,975
20,805
1,037

Insurance agents and s o l i c i t o r s . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Labor, skilled and unskilled
Lumbermen
Manufacturers
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers, commission merchants, etc
Mine owners and mine operators
Saloon keepers
i
Sportsmen and turfmen
i..
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, otc..>
All other business
j
Business not stated
!
Occupations grouped i
I
Total

151,924
141,430
255,081
916,522
328
12

!,860,376
277,775

3
116
81

!
912 ).
;
1,238 !
'. 1,310 I
!
11,762 i

76,325
983,107
515,980
79,596

j 2, 097

26,177 i
8,277 I

23,017!

0)
30 !
38 I
3 I

1,993 |
2 i
8,428 I 11 '
3,115 i 18 i
2,475 |
.

IS, 469,010




1

173
57
19
109
56
329
877

!

$875,873
433,908 i
153,217 i
813,989 i
278,865 !
2,716,995 !
8,749,666 ]

i

59,656
118,725
59,632
175,989 ! 243 , 1,878,419

CALIFORNIA.
Accounting professions: Accountants, statis- |
ticians, actuaries, etc
j
Architects
j
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
;
Authors, editors, reporters, etc
i
Clergymen
j
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
i
Lawyers and judges
j
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons, |
oculists, dentists, nurses, and other medical j
specialists
j
Public service: Civil
|
Public service: Military
j
Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, rausi- !
cians, etc
\
Teachers: From kindergarten to university; I
also school and college officials
j
All other professions and occupations
;
Professions or occupations not stated
|
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, or- j
chardists, etc
j
Bankers
j
Roal-estato brokers: Agents and salesmen
\
Stock and bond brokers
j
Insurance brokers
|
Brokers: All other
j
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
j
Commercial travelers
!
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers, j
cashiers, presidents, etc
|

187,460 i
502,891 !
16,449 j

C1)

160 ;

0)
0)

!
i

5
56,971
21
165,871 !
8 ; 136,534 I
6 '• 95,500

1,243 | 131 | 1,640,557
8,209 i 32 ; 907,250
104 '
3 •
46,635
]
374 ! 38 I 261,858 |
28
298,473
1,182 !
37,859
570 I
17,022 | 994 11,777,241

0)

COLORADO.

$2,613 I
2,248 |
1,665 I
6,616 I
812 j
24,434
113,645 j

49
11
6
11
14
85
234

$340,127
68,831
31,484
67,563
76,870
764,816
2,205,374

418
1,083
1,388
807

191,519

CONNECTICUT.
$2,623
352
124
435
420
7,354

' 109
! 30
j 23
: 30
i 46
186
304

$631,731
240,952
197,745
212,837
318,752
1,617,453
3,005,281

$2,308
1,262
1,973
1,210
1,531
20,340
29,757

1

DELAWARE.
19
5
1
4
3
49
64

$317,904
35,317

0)

30,126
19,568
617,529
1,330,500

$3,757
83

1
C)

199
6
3,158
23,375

s

o

o
n

o
-

t—

1, 111
118
353

7,421.823 !
651,890 !
1,731,914 I

53,218 !
3,634 I
6,285 j

129

1,508,557 !

48,173 |

96
194
297

560,302 I
1,503,615 !
2,061,906 ;

2,690
22,330
13,668 I

1,659
249
341
105
94
277
5,538
398

15,827,975 :
4,474,955
3,203,026 s
2,003,768 '
770,016 :
4,119,570
72,465,574 ;
2,353,379 !

276
33
33

219.170
129', 857
30,957
33,396
7,346
82.325
1,201^236
13,425

2,030,687 j
225,268
147,924 I

17,438 ' 442
2,190
33
332 : 54

3,380,684
243,805
303,523

29,496
1,551
1,423

12

293,110

9,388

201
32
269

1,454,587
202,723
2,526,658

7,225
725
21,411

67
815.197
160 1,949^991
127 1,084,126
65 2,693,606
38
416,429
80 1,889,693
2, 782 44,965,857
197 1,269,720

9,143
27,111
9,201
93,326
4,424
63,023
989,414
7,835

0)
84,254 i
21 !
236,880 i
147 j 1,312,355 j
424 : 3,546,792
113 i 2,100,215
70 '
' 569,886
43
1,111,020
10
67,324
132
3,844,103
911 15.225.820
'592; 932

946
3, 244
10,716
34,907
41,675
3,933
19,176
535
199,437
309,700
2,748

60
13
11

1,038,127
113,298
100,050 !

46,624
649
996

10
24

44,222
229,222 i
247,507 |

32
979
1,424

18
135,158
14
702,059
11
121,595
3
221,892
2
0
16
336,038
273 18,380,521
5
27,005

24,334,560 !
273,381 i 385 i 4,593,519 I
96,190
868 11,202,131
160 16,725,204
144,519
2,574
Occupations grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns appear under a distribution.

702
20,631
1,892
9,434

0)

7,804
1,117,717
60
1,534,942

Q

O

s

TABLE 6a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY OCCUPATION—TABLES FOR STATES AND
TERRITORIES; showing for each occupation the number of returns, net income and total tax—Continued.
CALIFORNIA.
OCCUPATIONS.

Number
of returns.

Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen, office employees, etc
1,325
158
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
269
Insurance agents and solicitors
Labor, skilled and unskilled
i
86
Lumbermen
[
68
Manufacturers
j 428
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, job- j
bers, commission merchants, etc
2,249
Mine owners and mine operators
! 150
Saloon keepers
|
Sportsmen and turfmen
86
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, e t c . ;
All other business
\ 719
Business not stated J
I 420
Occupations grouped
i
Total

21,208

Income
Numtax,
ber
normal
of reand
additional. turns.

Net
income.

CONNECTICUT.

COLORADO.

Net
income.

Income
Numtax,
ber
normal
of reand
additional. turns.

$7,545,330
1,296,937
1,921,639
972,689
721,450
5,774,604

$34,296
12,090
15,602
28,643
7,396
77,667

229
21
78
17
18
64

$1,420,949
153,078
474,289
231,561
192,896
878,053

$9,651
1,109
3,377
2,922
495
12,730

639
54
249
41
25
856

30,524,240
4,845,384
476,269
58,302
935,268
8,745,191
5,434,199

634,368
204,871
2,744
466
11,440
151,786
121,143

483
106
1
1
7
178
115

5,307,144
2,673,218

76,615
127,716
1
C1 )
C)
111
20,550
19,777
173

904
6
37
6
5
434
302

228,324,945 ! 3,595,636

4,435

52,084
1,656,695
1,543,897
26,210

I
i
l
j

53,854,130 j 1,055,758

Net
income.

DELAWARE.
Income
tax,
normal
and
additional.

Income I Numtax,
ber
Net
normal |I of re- income.
and
additional. I turns.

$3,964,013
457,173
2,168,218
337,210
511,946
23,405,881
9,8(30,264 I
110,886
247,438 !
25,113 |
60,256 |
4,882,624 I
6,910,728 |

$22,107
4,647
20,216
2,696
6,820
719,151

i 154
j 15
! 18
9
I
1
!
! 104

131, ^ o !
1,037
2,136
60
802
94,453
342,019

713 133,858,341 \ 2,824,846

106
2
4

$13,955
1,386
7,912
379

H
>

11,034,603

790,822

GG

1,117,095
1

12,247

$1,662,758
142,172
310,709
91,143
1

C)
C)

0)

33,192

309

C)

1,470,856
1,070,292
92,748
1,346

Accounting professions: Accountants, statisticians, actuaries, etc
i
Architects
j
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
I
Authors, editors, reporters, etc
•
Clergymen
'...,
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
Lawyers and judges
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons,
oculists, dentists, nurses, and other medi- '
cal specialists




35
16
8
79
34
86
339

$193,176
93,419
89,434
837,062 j
226,340 !
1,127,757 i
3,917,175 i

218 i

1,589,062

;

$944 !
442 |
1,089 i
11,148 I
923
34,306 !
60,560 !
15,068

GEORGIA.

FLORIDA.

13
5
1
3
17
134

$53,326 !
21,483 !
20,251 I
59,025 1
133,177
984,189

$116 I
38 ;'
(i)
!
179
192
1,403
8,169

433,834 I

2,941 i

30 j

3I

76,035
17,335
761

57, 798,410

3,695,605

10
14
18
226

HAWAII.

$133,449
21,451

$314,248
(l)
!

$417

68,629
71,545
121,558
1,642,480

262
285
506
12,448

139 ! 1,074,079 i

8,811

H

o

1

i

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.!

O
O

0)

!

34,950 ;
183,445 !
454,683
46

315,751

$1,503

0)
38
1,047
3,704
867

o
o
g

448
Public service: Civil
Public service: Military
2,509
Theatrical professions: Actors, singers, musicians , etc
Teachers: From kindergarten to university;
also school and college officials
48
All other professions and occupations
70
Professions oroocupations not stated
87
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, orehardists, etc
15
Bankers
18
Real-estate brokers: Agents and salesmen
81
Stock and bond brokers
6
Insurance brokers
7
Brokers: All other
18
Capitalists: Investors a n d speculators
1,532
Commercial travelers
26
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers,
cashiers, presidents, etc
249
Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen,'office employees, etc
198
30
25 Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
29
26 Insurance agents and solicitors
11
27 Labor, skilled and unskilled
2
28 L u m b e r m e n
29
29 Manufacturers
30 Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers, commission merchants, etc
286
2
31 Mine owners and mine operators
30
32 Saloon keepers
2
33 Sportsmen and. turfmen
7
34 Theatrical business: Owners, managers, e t c . .
121
35 All other business
127
36 Business not stated
37 Occupations grouped*
Total.

6,808

2,582,933
12,927,148 i

15,499
64,101

20 ;
35 i

215,278
213,508

104,139 I
145,940 ]

34,823 I

341

345,797 i
411,302 !
501,501 |

2,516
1,912
2,471

1
2
58

(
400,796

285,269
358,978
1,114,159
225,705
63,694
175,614
29,233,058 j
158,644 j

9,077
8,819
21,444
4,955
235
1,981
663,872
774

87
45
54
5
12
39
374
18

710,624
467,509
391,638
77,725
135,270
729,439
5,255,050
94,023

5,491 j
1,942
3,024 !
1,055 •
'
1,664 !
30,091 i
195.467 '•
341 i

2,371,659 j

22,434

178

1,282,247

1,203,849
302,843
174,827
52,788

7,422
3,399
1,042
160
C1)
13,970

63
16
27
4
13
67

334,305
132,286
166,679
23,869
320,357
958,897

I1)

579,634
3,392,636
1

56,229

250,386

C )'

0)

0)

0)

56,687
1,144,590
1,262,099
50,573
67,334,621

2,671

368
16,689
21,385
398
1,068,644

12

231,562
435,699

119,931
168,755

13
65

39,769 j
114,028 I
1,013;550 |

68
1,396
17,027

46
17
6
11

2,265,547
439,223
102,144
233,202

91,620
12,018
2,154
3,519

C1)
4,259
4,506

|
I
1
|

243 I
8j
4 |
1!
2 i
70 |
82
779

2,394,353
190,316
25,631

33,999
118,362
1.481.171

97
1,212
9,667

123
77
38
102
478
85

1,006.32(5
1,760^305
376,134
71,890
42,593
1,175,827
5,151,668
478.219

7,972
90,204
4,372
477
452
15,105
45,927
2,236

306
14

104,270
8,536,091
93,936 j

6,363 j

465

4,088,001

26,999

150

2,073,602 j

1,047
1,225
1,154
167
5,667 i
12,274

194
8
117
10

1,018,417
co.458 |
770,148
83,780 i
187,375 \
2,085,817 |

2,857
'415
5,384
617
1,036
22,827

76 j

5,615,498 I
24,507 |
!
)
43,376
2,047,712
1'. 684', 461
29,944

66,584
226 i
1

86 |

2,768

20,628 | 513
5,488 !
4
2
212 |

0)
0)
550,502
745,929
58,393

4,949
7,275
285

152
178

17,401,202

322,636

3,444

32.992 965

c)

14 I
1 i
5!

!

ii

371
128
77
274
79
501
1,675

$2,169,016
1,304,380
607,088
2,531,387
508,967
4,290,968
18,537,866

$17,106
19,111
6,406
30,470
3,371
50,856
300,666

40
16
23
23
65
411

$218,465
113,881
367,289
221,076
348, 733
415, 754
2,979,601

|
!
|
I

505,593 i
72,888 i
20,755 !.
77,305 |
(v)
!
21,978
1,012,260 |
|.
"""79," 785"!

913
152,938
335
U
H
1,999
240
285

<
M

12,721
307
7,220
28,470
738

378,062 I 1,144 20,362,022

366,802

286 !
32,729 |
15,535
214

IOWA.

$1, 138
744
22, 367
2, 962
8, 845
2, 313
21, 404

16
14
4
23
16
23

$57,605
92,288
17,472
140,037
ih, 968
117,166
,176,211

-!
O

0

)
586,842
1,321,342
56,149

476
Lawyers and judges
Occupations grouped to conceal the net income and identity oi the taxpayer where only one or two returns appear under a distribution.




812
479

1

INDIANA.

$64,068

C1)

15
18

7
13
163

IDAHO.
Accounting professions: Accountants, statisticians, actuaries, etc
Architects
I
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
!
Authors, editors, reporters, etc
|
Clergymen
j
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
j

1,150 j
753

$16
540
43
453
286
431
21,228

O

TABLE 6a.~PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY OCCUPATION—TABLES FOR STATES AND
TERRITORIES; showing for each occupation the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
IDAHO.

ILLINOIS.

INDIANA.

O
to

IOWA.

l_
1

OCCUPATIONS.

! NumI ber
of returns.
I

Net
income.

Income ! N u m ; tax,
i normal i ofber
re! addttfonal.l t u r n s '

Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons, j
oculists, dentitst, nurses, and other medi- \
!
$352,£85
cal specialists
61, 799
Public service: Civil
Public service: Military
Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, musicians, etc
Teachers: From kindergarten to university; •
also school and college officials
i
24,128 {
All other professions and occupations
' •"4T
161,084
Professions or occupations not stated
24 |
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, orchardists, etc
i 107 I 1,136,871 ,
Bankers
32 \
477,162
Real-estate brokers: Agents and salesmen
!
10
49,837
Stock and bond brokers
Insurance brokers
367,242
42
Brokers: All other
776,144
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
j
83
26,617 :
Commercial travelers
;
j
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers, j
cashiers, presidents, etc
j
280,750 |
Employees, all other: Superintendents, fore- j
138,971
men/office employees, etc
'
70,996
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
17, 774
Insurance agents and solicitors
27,095
Labor: Skilled and unskilled
123,390
Lumbermen
124,660
Manufacturers
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, job1,312,455
bers, commission merchants, etc
126
1,254,368
13
Mine owners and mine operators
Saloon keepers
Sportsmen and turfmen
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, e t c . .




Net
income.

Income
Numtax,
ber
normal
of reand
additional. turns.

Num-:
ber i
of re- i
turns. I

I Income
I tax,
Net
i
income. ! normal
and
1
additional.

I
$4,131 ! 1,578 $10,793,517
139
1,403,424
279 1
483,204

$88,585
19,931
2,491

320 | $2,148,369
56 ! 467,193
20 | 104,919

428,921

6,387

i

13,544
6,872
242

i1)
4,991
7 ; 227
47

1,443,661
2,290,338
5,15S, 848

1,442
538
669
168
124
794
6,178
1,680

107
460 ,

249
291
5X2

10,900,680
I 9,842,683
| 8,040,112
5,474,690
1, 466, 719
; 14,185,784
116,714,189
j 10,065,496

7,885 I 23 j 132,946
23,057 i 24 ! 122,775
244 | 2,155,374
82,215
143,430
250,367
123,198
226,552
23,295
435,485
3,648,598
58,563

309 I 2,212,027
ioo; 1,588,055
106 !
948,874
9:
217,592
• 19 i 143,252
• 71 ! 732, 277
j 1,083 ; 10,820,822
i 171 ! 879,592

$15,103
6,837
481

C1)
603
509
21,936

620 $3,811,862 :
60 !
362,866
8 |
54,550
3 I
16 '
15
130 ;

15,548
31,862
8, 500
4,461
1,144
9, 865
112,774

1,287
325
135
10
11
88

3,203

125

810 j 5,251 ! 71,454,957 \, 1,270,045 i 887 ! 8,978,371 105,866
4, 512 2^,316,889 !
180,877 i
! 147 1,588,750 !
19,206 i
! 627 5,501,375 |
60,948
! 170 1,128,990 ;
8,013;
| 33
380,000 i
4,098 !
i 1, S14 42,297,823 ! 1,276,723

336 i

635
56
74
1,080
2,977

12,252 I 4,331
71,898 j 150
143
21
93

68,303,187 i
2,822,523 I
1,008, 768
187,354
l5l;jtys

1,850,561
62,149 i
8,554
2,409
33,786 i

14,690

$27,661
2,058
489

!

H
t—i

75,395
121,948
842,036

183
1,205
2,785

7,047,456
3,362, 842
1,163,484
144, 652
119,520
920, 238
14, 823,164
615,340

53,180
34,479
11,797
3,293
1,518
10, 601
131,416
1, 782

6,570,222

29,094

650
35
103
57
9
560

4,019,576
339,087
723,381
275,422
102,916
14,375,294 i

18,398
2, 684
5,113
1,169
432
442,290

381
38
135
19
36
213

2,118,759
213,140
837,490
84,800
622,534
3,000,932

6,853
1,252
5,035
166
6, 798
35,756

999
44
19

11,253,895 !
1,681,498
93,474
50,174 I
34,098 I

157,161
64,065
357
252
366

1,167
15
1

10,049,193
170,902

0)
21,716

52,999

78,213
629
(i)

71
145

a

o
o

All other business
Business not stated
Occupations grouped i
Total

'
j
!

19 j
34 •
j
756 |

109,9«;
29-', <\^
{',, 9."

7,927,064 I

KANSAS.

588 i 1.849 19,792,735
2,986 i ' 7 1 9 ' 11,346,656
8 I
;

291,653
310,203

294
192

2,677,180 |
2,676,818 !
17,633 I

31,180
43,999
30

339 I 2,749,555 j
233 ! 1,948,919 !
6,923

140,496 137,525 J484,290,833 j 10,947,250 ! 7,004 | 74,637,683 ! 1,165,961 j 8,497 ! 65,604,874

KENTUCKY.

LOUISIANA.




518,845

MAINE.

I
Accounting professions: Accountants, stat- \
isticians ; actuaries, etc
44 ; $192,739 !
29
139,239
887
8132,139
$536 ,
21 •
$113,710
*477j
5
Architects'
:..
17
25,711
134,608 i
1,323 !
4 I
27,039
1
"(V) !
1|
2
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
3
31.197 I
O)
18,462
403 I
5 I
i1)
C)
17 !
19
Authors, editors, reporters, etc
!
1,070 :
183,165
11 1
55', 316 I
230 !
14 !
225,112
261,210
6,190
8 j
24
Clergymen
126.479
10;
57,254 i
14 :
362 j
77.201
457
40,190
176
13
22
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
t
196', 683
26 !
373,326 I
194', 030
8,175 i
897 i
32 ;
80,213
133
241
Lawyers and judges
{ 181 ! 1,208,295
1, 845,185
23,185 i
145 ! 1,192,010
13,556 i 2 4 1 • 2,186,045 j
7,420
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons, j
oculists', dentists, nurses, and other med- j
224 j 1,431,590 !
ical specialists
8,430 !
10,289
180
1,110, 519 |
9,640
253 j 1.540.345 !
952,034
158
49 !
i 876 l
50 !
Public service: Civil
i
269.838
2,94,858 I
43 ! '265', 783 !
1 , 471
.
1,908
206,562
30
126 I
' 755
12 ;
89 i
50,343 !
22 j
10 Public service: Military
375', 970
448
153,374
27
108,678 I
11 Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, musiI
1
cians, etC
:.
2
)
0)
Teachers: From kindergarten to university;
4 |
34
12 !
58, 468
18,055
also school and college officials
95,520 I
81,705
477
15
io :
195
107,248
1,399 l
9:
48.129 i
188,661 !
All other professions and occupations
754
13
101,397
575,862 i
664,674 j
6,267
3,919
776,789
57 j
Professions or occupations not stated. ,
j 124 ;
3,946
35
295,029
j
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, or- j
58,416
281
2,421,535 !
4,230,224 I
29,371
250
96,448 !
ehardists, etc
I 716 ; 5,043,154 ;
978,736
562,103 |
61,388
51 \
4', 689
51
654,633 i
6,984 :
Bankers
I 236 1 2,823,389 i
233,010
311,773 |
82 I
2,964 j
42
7,617
28 ;
' 716,685 •
299'. 664 j
2,404 :
Real-estate brokers: Agents and salesmen.. J
337,324
"368,752
3!
32
6, 778
323
33,042
693,105 I
19 '
16,127
Stock and bond brokers
i
163,158
94,982
14
4 !
647
3,827
124,569 i
110,270 I
13
14
987 !
Insurance brokers
i
92,070
653,263
195
83 !
5,576
7,746
753,900 :
3,026,298
21
52
182,703
56,133
Brokers: A11 other
!
:
012
625 ! 5.410,576 :
95, 386
7, 786,287
59,119
7,660,113
726 10,748,528
619
108,358
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
120
74 ;
626.958
3,04s
'367,815 '
;
1,425
'G95, 540
37
105
3,720
Commercial travelers
i
208,091
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers, j
2,626,401 |
500
5,295,878 ;
40,844 j 476
19,606
54,241 :
284
4,839,610
cashiers, presidents, etc
2,862,113 j
Employees, all other: Superintendents, fore- i
4, 004
824,781 :
'234
1,269,638
3,199
325
2,049,226
185
17,927
men. office employees, etc
j 124
1,233,990
11
74,672 |
265
13 ;
78,339 !
702
14
169,733
30 i
2,381
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
i
244,091
64
324,292 |
4,873
84
588,329 I
1,148
99
659,436 :
58 '
4,395
Insurance agents and solicitors
I
444,888
16
161,396 i
14 ;
144,849 I
2,036
1,537
15
150,938
2,297 >
Labor, skilled and unskilled
•
118,642
17
26
395,533 i
24 ;
275,395 !
1,683
4,055
63
1,490,792 ;
35,022
Lumbermen
j
325,707
31
1,355,589 j
32;348
27,853
218 i 3,157,170
137
2,248,792
30,647
Manufacturers.
|
3,051,462
158
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, job- ,
7,209,606 j
652
79,890 I 864 11,894,374 ;
6,210,416 i
64,862
222,097
370
3,647,381
bers, commission merchants, etc
! 642
82
21,309 I
143,768
54 :
9
3,456,439 i
932,739 i
5,153 :
31 i Mine owners and mine operators..
327,711
258,605 i
1
Occupations grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns appear under a distribution.

C) I

23,702
25,561
58

$262

212

11
3,873

266
1,039
8,880

5,409
1,392

866
(!)
344

776
2,561
9,138
1,805
3,412
1,471

490
1,678
170,106
'944

29,362
5,289
1,957
3,288
903
11,210
44,912
33,334
11,610
O
CO

TABLE 6a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY OCCUPATION—TABLES FOR STATES AND
T E R R I T O R I E S ; showing for each occupation the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.

OCCUPATIONS.

Saloon keepers
Sportsmen and turfmen
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, etc
All other business
Business not stated
Occupations grouped

Incom
tax,
normal
and
additional

Income
tax,
normal

is umber
of rei turns

additional. I t u n w C1)

I1)
0)

22, 628
32,242
1,017,677
819,772
35,282

$19,120
3,100,967
1,256,830
9,381

$28,422
1,072,634
448,565
49,054

2,880 939
1,180,484
36,929

H
GO
Q

MASSACHUSETTS
Accounting professions: Accountants,
statisticians, actuaries, etc.
Architects
Artists: editors, sculptors, etc
Authors,Painters,reporters, etc.
Clergymen
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
Lawyers and judges
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons,
oculists, dentists, nurses, and other medical specialists
Public service: Civil
Public service: Military
Theatrical profession: Actors, singers,
musicians, etc
Teachers: From kindergarten to university; also school and college officials
All other professions and occupations
Professions or occupations not stated
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers,
orchardists, etc




$595,496 i
98
562,309 !
58
12
153.668 |
54
685,191
44
240.669
238 I 1,637,520
437 | 5, 221,136

$2,641
8,460
2,394
6,816
1,653
12,138
61,566

51
25
8
64
24
88
383

$303,877
258,756
36,922
515,079
134,908
580,004
3,632,259

589
63
27

4,274,979 !
379,324 j
165,018 I

34,655
1,812
710

485
53
11

4,549,596
384, 627
55,679 I

17,999 |

140

25, 630
17, 022
71,089

31
134
242

201,115 |
1,103,709 I
2,380,126

457
29,388

28
51
180

137,889
321,047
2,234,676

375
2,064
50,197

45,026

94

1, 201,636

17,393

673, 557

4,206

65
25
10
28
35
167
427

$331,526
148,533
148,522
192,759
218,581
1,646,244
4,348,835

1,630
23,340
79,446

366
130
217

2, 846,250
834,000
1,499,642

28,798
6,161
11,006
569

52

325,910

2,006

83
48
171

597,819 !
304,044 j
1,295,479 I

4,185
2,042
12,366

540
227
454

3,804,495
1,958,299
4.606,486

112

1,382,886 i

34,953

189 ! 2,711,742

63,933

$1,371

819
1,500

945

402 $2,373,164
178 1,759,114
618,477
73
187 1,854,657
177 1,299,233
474 4,422,192
1,386

18,125,317

$13,826
16,059
5,070
21,908
7,642
52,355
297,148

1,412

10,171,436
1,345,627
818,023

96,931
11,836
4,937

162
141

10,308

22,559

$1,300
2,773
106
4,227
704
3,669
43, 464

I

101,884
2,692
254
128

a
o

g

16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

Bankers
Real-estate brokers: Agents a n d salesmen. I
Stock a n d bond brokers
•
Insurance brokers
Brokers: All other
Capitalists: Investors a n d s p e c u l a t o r s . . . . ; 3
Commercial travelers
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers, cashiers, presidents, etc
; Employees, all other: Superintendents,
|
foremen, office employees, etc.
! Hotel proprietors a n d restaurateurs
j
| Insurance agents a n d solicitors
| Labor, skilled and unskilled
| Lumbermen
i Manufacturers
| Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobi
pers, commission merchants, etc
1
| Mine owners a n d mine operators
I Saloon keepers
; Sportsmen a n d turfmen
i Theatrical business: Owners, managers,
; etc
."
i All other business
I Business not stated

3,471,293
937,362
1,428,113
240,073
2,054, 564
43,097,877
993.105

106,oil
so;-} 1(5,109, 538
5, 510, 563
11,834
411
9, 669,530
28,967
264
1,587,286
3,475
137
7,996,631
40,110
453
909,585
, 140 121,260,876
5,216 | 1,175 j 7,169, 784

924, 709
137, 514
593,246
38,022
176,151
2,273,790
51,437

873

9, 590,996

117,514 ; 3,911 | 52,674,625

857, 396

729
42
125
32
11
409

4,504, 507
312,156
1,002,723
174,958
203,152
8,271,401

32,172 2,993
2,402
223
8,978 ;
548
1,003
142
2,372 :
18
167,990 • 2,098

|
i
:
\
j
;
j
;

Total

153 j 19,454,022
19
383,634
37 I
238,434
54, 545

616,024 3,848 j 74,892,236 •
4,844 ;
17 |
399,934
1,687
105 j
686,586 :
483
16 I
148,649 !

109,671
4,036,794
4,590,621
674

121, 009,054

1,270
61,420
71,935

34
1, 452
943




1

$18,107 j

2
91
46
21

I 2,714,246 '
6,179,347
1,238,085
297,545
I 1,312,604
I 36,982,720 [
I 2,271,740

2,026 | 30,295,282

39,282 ! 196
142,188 :
163
14
28,707
3,034
20
25,850
129
781,267 1,206
17,186
190
796,233

no :

C1)
23,881
675,093

17
5, 247 |

4]
14
57
44
135
604

254,167
142,372 i
23,292 |

1,540 |
1,001 •
75 I

576
73
38 i

1,192 ] 15,183,618
3, 405, 466
541,186
1,170,656
484,186
923,512
5, 640, 286

17,916
5, 640
9,632
7, 944
6, 449
85,902

2,303,809 i 1,319 ] 17,110,959
7,375 •
27 I 1,146,298
5,581
69 \ '462,054
1.772
5!
51,732

261,717
33,784
3, 662
00S

1,026
49
20
4

14, 039, 698
1.814,422
159,741
29,601

213, 750
53,620
1,407
290

1,871
138,789
125,277

14
350
300

99,092
4, 270,184
3,807.930

310
55,714
70,240

904,546 :
17,806,404
19,496,601 i

31, 906
369, 279
007, 724

17 !
294,264
504 ! 6,699,730 ;
410
5,682,699 ;

3,340,682

7,556

$2,302
2,570

-1102,503 j
29,438 |

-1345
224

$97,563
50. 653

5,171
845
13, 285
96, 825

10
4
35
111

64, 627
18,315
32L 044
1 007,766

271
62
5, 432
9,952

21
10 !
18 i
244 |

4,069,017
444,720
186^ 065

34,323
3,074
661

132
17
4

1,037,601
102,652
20, 730

9,372
775
94

254
24
12

20
4

9 5,201,384 j 1,553,282

NEBRASKA.

MONTANA.

$555,458
331,130
69, 267
492, 241
215,370
1,144,687
6', 195,945

144

1,008
C1)
!
10 I
C)
Occupations grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the tax payer where only one or two returns appear under a distributee
263,841

251,177

541
58
146
41
56
291

(0
192,453
57,095 ;
180,266
1.870,710
1,876.485
140'299
52,707

55,635
1

16,624
15,565
22,391
2,247
47, 347
447,634
3,380

53,912
18,192
8, 416
1, 840
19,086
649, 250

906
54
188
76
73

MISSOURI.

$48

2, 235,851
1, 456, 274
590,580
221,727
1,857,171
20,411,555
981,213

6,973,094
947,501
1,350,461
'477,863
1,388,441
19,836,484

136,391
34,910
54,218
5, 421
1,128
1,592,361

2,405, 523 32 291
474,292,762 I 10,892,685 111, 448 |l62,533,104 -.

MISSISSIPPI.
1 i Accounting professions: Accountants, stat:
isticians, actuaries, etc
2 j Architects
3 | Artists: Pointers, sculptors, etc
4 j Authors, editors, reporters, etc
5 j Clergymen
6 i Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
7 j Lawyers and judges
8 ' Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons,
|
oculists, dentists, nurses, and other med'• ical specialis; s
9 | Public service: Civil
10 j Public service: Military
11 I Theatrical profession:' Actors, singers,
I musicians, etc
I
12 } Teachers: From kindergarten to uiiiverI sity; also school and college officials

19,193,271
2,303,174
4,809,050
919,498
165,550 :
54,394,258 [

178
365
46
26
88
1,864
308

63,086

S317
271
1,268
360
1, 782
20,836
19,590
858
156

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o

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TABLE 6a.-PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY pCCUPATION—TABLES FOR STATES AND
TERRITORIES; showing for each occupation the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
MISSISSIPPI.
OCCUPATIONS.

\ Numi ber
: of re\ turns.

All other professions and occupations
j
Professions or occupations not stated
;
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, orchardi.sts, etc
Bankers
Tieal-estate brokers: Agents and salesmen
j
Stock and bond brokers
|
Insurance brokers
i
Brokers: All other
|
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
j
Commercial travelers
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers, I
cashiers, presidents, etc
Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen, oflice employees, etc
I
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
I
Insurance agents and solicitors
j
Labor, skilled and unskilled
j
Lumbermen
!
Manufacturers
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers, commission merchants etc".
Mine owners and mine operators
Saloon keepers
Sportsmen and turfmen
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, etc..
All other business
"....'
Business not stated
Occupations grouped J
Total.




Net
income.

()

$402,043

MISSOURI.

C1)
$2,532

42 I $2,028,081 i
198 I 1,611,087 !

3,993,439
283,823
62,313
(x)
85,416
27S, 119
1,018,281
123,223

74,728
1,421
186
631
3,726
7,324
353

244
191
204
44
44
302
2,234
553

122

772,186

2,195

2,021

20
3
18
4
61
37

97,857
25, 031
93,968
18,956
791,828
516,122

244 1,579
252!
53
172
267
47
52
31
10,030
480
6,217

340

4,114,428

66,324 I 1,726
110

2
38
72

C1)
266,615
673,612
77,624

23,818,117
2,445,401
590,639
134,651
100,901
5,395,918
1,989,323

14,831,7

NEBRASKA.

j Income
Income
! Income NumNum.
Num.-!
tax,
tax,
tax,
ber I
Net
ber |
Net
ber
normal
normal
: normal
of re- j income. :
of re- i income. !
of reand
and
and
turns. ;
turns. \
turns.
additional.
I additional.
additional.

256
36
13
2
10
26
130
24

1,440

MONTANA.

C1)
1,922
8,121
651

21
12
566
173

1,791,827
2,753,321
1,771.262
1,105,457
635,103
4,754,206
32,327,397
2,925,033

$140,662
12,624

6 I
50 I

$40,531
473,778

$361
3, 899

13 i
81 !

Net
income.

Income
tax,
normal
and
additional.

$67,727
788,261

$250
6,481

3,443,149
2,198,015
658,041
164,058
78,355
1, 076,791
7, 668,678
367,283

20,977
14,037
4.588
2', 570
1,063
8,857
95,948
1,081

5, 750

362

3, 483,857

217
28

1,247,385
264, 701
617,624
108, 953
325,975
927,824

3,418
2,260
4,743
852
5,483
9,129

339 i 3,729,713 !
18
511,258 i
48
406,299 !

45,941
15,272
4,899

36,185 !
528,120 |
1,188,641 i
302,865 j

181
3,809
33,776
13,554

643
6
28
3
2
180
70

6,206,107
66,469
173,648
(l)
C1)
1,345,967
660,140
39,282

76,264
386
1,323
C1)
C1)
7,082
5,859
252

19,467,019 j

304,448

36,559,607 !

347,778

CO

H
>

29,189

3,076
2, 716
328
1, 056
493
820

136 j 1,710,889
61 '
869,379
39 i
393,028
2:
(i)

45,679
14.085
4,469

53 i
500,550
210 ! 3,515,519
19
'115,597

5,282
71,843
632

24,588,572

347,856

129 ; 1,043,609

10, 291,254
562,531
1,885,181
272,626
438,921
8,826,118

78,814 ;
5,856
12,760 :
1,01:5 '
3,460 ''
174,870 ;

654,335 :
103
248,853
25
20 '' 102,220 :
92,215 |
12
92,433 '
12
206,326
15

480,626 ,
66,608
12,789
1,047
570 I
59,387
33,591 !

i
j

|

571
215
85
10
6
126
735

15,239
43,61S !
15,871 !
33,503
9,530
101,253 ,
550,341
10,745

i
;

O

195,054 12,956 147,069,303 j 2,373,327 ! 1,801

;

17

5
5
a

3
a
o

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

NEVADA.
Accounting professions: Accountants, statisticians, actuaries, etc
Architects
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
Authors, editors, reporters, etc
Clergymen
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
Lawyers and judges
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons,
oculists, dentists, nurses, and other medical specialists
Public service: Civil
Public service: Military
Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, musicians, etc
Teachers: From kindergarten to university;
also school and college officials
All other professions and occupations
Professions or occupations not stated
,
Agriculturists: Farmsrs, stock raisers, orchardists, etc,
Bankers
Real-estate brokers: Agents and salesmen...
Stock and bond brokers
Insurance brokers
Brokers: All other
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
Commercial travelers
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers,
cashiers, pr ^sidents, etc
Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen, office employees, etc
Hotel proprietors and r >staurateurs
Insurance agents and solicitors
Labor, skilled and unskilled
Lumbermen
Manufacturers
,
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers, commission merchants, etc
Mine owners and mine operators
Saloon keepers
Sportsmen and turfmen
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, etc.
Ail other business
Business not stated
Occupations grouped *
Total.




$29,192
18,838

0)

$100 i
32 |

(x)
' 378 '

77,330
255, 726
27

141,928
69,698

0)

622
436

C1)

8 ;
2 !

51,467
118,508
102,393
58,230
774,068

91
21
27

556,969
110,627
151,159

1

67,257

277.227
83', 677

C1)
C1)

196,770
322,130 i

()
1

368,942 '

C1)

0)
0)

23,495
344,776
115,738

2,058
1,560

I

V9,959
56,600
70,014

364

2, 799, 775

459
112
5,443
2,456

482
661

0)
475
171

480
22

3,422
2,609
5,727
711
984
46,042
351

1,460,673 |

446 !

191 I
142 I

0)'

53

2,977
1,983

C1)
205
729
207

17
45
12
6
166
218
1
2

596,003
195,877
292,882
68,128
64,681
4,081,637
1,885,542

0)
1
C)

24,835
754,436
604,818
75,529

18,505 I 1,735 19,557,542

NEW MEXICO.

298
64
40
138
117
529
884

$1,820,031
499,086
269,160
1,002,499
795,611
5,089,923
10,000,014

$11,161
4,248
1,977
8,134
5,326
94,487
145,254

882
100

5,912,712
659,321
290,751

41,519
5,107
1,081

30

1,245

152,567
257.201
132,721
178,136
76,138
104,343
6,061,164
118,610

1,972 j

0)

(J)

C)

492

1,140

0)
0)

I

22,108 I

1

$76

0)

198,981
37,305
168,521

1,872
480

148,914 !
29,456 I

(•')

38
7
19

(x)

C1)

143,393

5
14
11
12
82

NEW JERSEY.

261,986

2,979

186
191
266

1,284,692
2,436,811
2,349,052

5;

C)

1

C)

188, 441
345, 892

3,758
2,435

!
46 j

270, 304

1,830

8
52

47,992
225, 780

261
757

7,884
78,165
37,399

1
1
36

(l)
264, 629

2,014,986
237
7,134,610
191
2,306,081
268
4,484,903
139
890,362
83
5,949,436
261
3,907 ! 65,495,189
"42
4,373,512

18,618
376,147
22,531
151,750
10,265
168,997
1,582,918
24,675

108
22
4
1

892, 750

57
78
8

627 683
747 446
34 319

8,835
6,934

56

609 534

7,921

23
4
7

118 833
18 695
38 884

291
67
216

57

2,499

33,022,335

598,781

3,529
1,710
1,116
409
963
129,269

2,297
146
399
141
9
1,235

14,532,818
1,409,680
2,935,852
830,675
64,298
30,751,451

95,563
21,527
24,787
4,492
339
1,062,570

16,275 i 1,910
26
33
9
24
93
884
13,057
479
9,662
547

27,508,194
667,583
203,879
69,944
201,243
9,843,057
6,707,143

C)

1

2
3
10
48

7,597

0)
1

•1227

S40, 621

258,173 ;19,701 254,068,880

!
I
1

|

0)

310 951
45 945

0)

1

i

13,444

7

5,545,231 ;

813

0)

1
I1,712
)

co
9,484
1,972

423

a
o

0)

CO

36

0)

3
a
o

g

0)

1

1
C)

108 336

2

627, 777 i 1 5 8
15,075
10
1,728
4
615
2,173
154,030
135,152

41

C)
1,762 101

133 347
31 753

1,006

26,051
1,600

315

160,754
344,128
104,170

1,660
3,782
2,321

7,486,732

83,935

i Occupations grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the tax payer where only one or two returns appear under a distribution.

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TABLE 6a.~PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY OCCUPATION—TABLES FOR STATES AND
TERRITORIES; showing for each occupation the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
NEW YORK.

OCCUPATIONS.

j Numj ber
; of returns.

Accounting professions: Accountants, statisticians, ^actuaries, etc '.
Architects
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
A uthors, editors, reporters, etc
Clergymen
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
Lawyers and judges
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons, oculists, dentists, nurses, and other medical
specialists
Public service: Civil
Public service: Military
Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, musicians, etc
Teachers1 From kindergarten to university;
also school and colletre officials
All other professions and occupations
Professions or occupations not stated
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, orchardists, etc
Bankers
Real-estate brokers: Agents and salesmen...'
Stock and bond brokers
Insurance brokers
!
Brokers: All other.
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
Commercial travelers
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers,
cashiers, presidents, etc
Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen, office employees, etc
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
Insurance agents and solicitors
Labor, skilled and unskilled




Net
income.

NORTH CAROLINA.

Income
Numtax,
ber
normal
of rea,nd
turns.
additional,

$7,845,688
4,391,877
4,041,133
8,604,773
2,666,948
19,452,978
77,246,969

$70,674
55,285
67,268
119,927
19,246
395,165
2,090,974

S, 630
320
437

28,015,155
2,458,637
2,836,231

252,064
21,481
32,952

533

7,388,416
4,845,419
7,845,998
11,793,641

36,901
123,588
205,615

589
,037
,107
,299
'384
219
095
072

7,691,449
96,262,215
19,089,655
68,460,647
7,458,649
90,267,453
582,261,235
20,150,738

166,016
8,329,460
619,181
3,501,344
270,261
4,918,382
29;664,321
lfil,121

734

176,941,550

4,949,682

926
531
424
369

72,738,803
7,236,804
13,784,922
2.580,353

694,135
152,455
189,841
26,425

Income
Numtax,
ber
normal
of reand
turns.
additional

OHIO.

Net
income.

Income
tax,
normal
and
additional.

$1,318,979
622,832
170,774
1,149,381
362,600
2,628,163
12,074,911

$21,769
8,462
908
18,488
1,541
31,877
186,734

975 I 6,677,381
113 1
807,845
57 !
281,867

47,241
4,936
1,051

Income
Numtax,
ber
normal
of reand
turns.
additional.

Net
income.

165,053

673
777

Net
income.

NORTH DAKOTA.

,005

$36,314
5
12
12
164

31,322
56,952
95,565
1,066,613

0)
130
149
825
6,014

$35,655
401,819

4,350
2,146
417

121
17
2

5
28,379
4
23,234
134 j 1,389,686

171
114
8,559

2
4

92
53
35
1
6
46
283
65

5,403
3,809
1,272

631,058 t
265,721 I
82,039

0)
0)

$41

0)

$114
2.562

777,236 I
129,131 !

6,303
895

0)

i

174
55
31
95
68
324
1,054

149,892

50

62
4

207
12,088
102,725
2,482

108
64
40
2
3
12
133
14

3,391,215
110 '

753,213
540,907
228,110
(l)
35,547
536,763
4,049,838
402, 769

111,749
1,629
4,870
1,137
73

25 j

31,109
341,786

124 I

588,262
175,069
368,815
17.982

()

C1)

19 I
13 !

7 I

703,415
650,606
394, 509

0)

17,521
97,687
1,142,895
72,176

0)
71
1,525
4,241
3,510
4,491
l
( )
104
825
8,683
254
5,622

146 234 !
156 627 i
83,460
43,283

O
00

1,376

90 i
584,879
121 I 1,007,279
335 j 3,402,220

2,776
8,727
27,932

272 ! 2,202,217
247 I 4,587,192

103 j 3,131,904
50 !
439,512
173 ' 3,395.317
3,479 76,272;372
748
4,510,442

18,136
100, I'll
91,319
101,868
4,749
83,733
2,260,727
26,548

3,451

54,239,750

1,282,797

16,303, 124
! 1,621, 407
! o SOS, 337
i L 431, 053

102,266
14,841
22,964
8,084

265 I 3,282,407

203 2,362

1,655

6F
288

210
373
232

o
o

o

28
29 |
30 !
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

Lumbermen
i
70
, 6,087
Manufacturers
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers, commission merchants, etc
111,113
Mine owners and mine operators
i 110
Saloon keepers
i 113
Sportsmen and turfmen
!
45
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, etc.
281
All other business
3,940
2,867
Business not stated
Occupations grouped i
Total.

715,565
149,771,032

8,775 ;
o, 139,856 |

15
180

254,485,877
16,105,578
702,193
504,555
5,529,146
63,522,719
77,169,650

8,902,405
1,486,704
5,007
9,264
143,286
1,863,567
3,112,840

321

93,155 1,922,864,651

7,970,521

OKLAHOMA.

I
I
I.
i
!
I
I

104,299 )
3,495,299 |
i
3,663,130
69,225

0)

630
S3, 617
72,222 i
541 !

223

1,799,217

0)
19,729
801,318
1,849,934
27,519
2,207

125,561
150

24,825,820

560,970

OREGON.

482 ;

62,315

50 i
71 !
1,176

420,395 !
570,022 !
143,681
9,219,055 |

425,192 !
33 ;
,688 i 51,041,395 !

4,537
2,013,845

34,295,913 !
3,188,476 |
573^828 I
234,533 I
339,530
10,438,303
12,821,304

662,461
88,973
3,593
1,555
2,715
149,362
313,264

12,649 I 2,673
I 118
-!
93
33
35
3,721
930
5,189
697
2,341

66,344 21,774 318,822,511

PENNSYLVANIA.

RHODE ISLAND.

Accounting professions: Accountants, statis$122,521 |
ticians, actuaries, etc
$86 !
$31,677
$15,303
28
$748
423 $2,636,533
$153,923
1,409,927
79,574 I
18,789
15
Architects
498
143
138,603
393,769
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
3,831
10
1
75,830
49
0)
c) !
2,213,056
4
59,709
Authors, editors, reporters, etc
14,684
8
54,219
205
160
1,318,668
4
Clergymen
18,107
49 |
6,855
17
227
213
156,664
67,868
8,241,647
9
22
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
65,921
485 '
116,075
48
1,210
864
481,098
43,921 !
200
2,428,761
313,459
Lawyers and judges
35,554
132
169
8,500 1,852 21,893,297
,280,668
149,832 i
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons,
1,120,546 !
oculists, dentists, nurses, and other medical specialists
485,847
7,606 2,011 14,031,984
108,735
174
1,092,296 |
2,809
156
1,057,515
1,402,102
177,173
962
176
13,996
28
Public service: Civil
1,121
12
64,926
151,213
1,013,345
70,178
325
20
Public service: Military
309
154
8,818
60
328,694
91,805 I
Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, musicians, etc
j
32 j
234,990
1,858
31,659
Teachers: From kindergarten to university;
1
also school and college officials
2
167 ! 264 ! 1,691.588
244,789
37,610 !
10,418
41
C)
0)
All other professions and occupations
14
38 | 242 | 3,596^019
93,956
232,115
20,514 j
23
5
150,837
1,084
847,386
Professions or occupations not stated
64
646,139 I
5,439 I 455 ! 4,973,003
74
78
508,969
3,923
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, or4,238,948
107,842
217,572
chardists, etc
7,302
29
101
414
3,256,660
872,065
33, 591
266
1,427,083
333,391
5,307
34
116
1,122, 738
42
425,657
Bankers
2, 582
415 20,977,376
15,583
4,692,975
77,713
60
537,574
Real-estate brokers: Agents and salesmen
659,989
30
207,009
44
1, 071
457
1,013
6,560,638
232,185
26
1,050,607
60,621
6
165,635
Stock and bond brokers
4
213
5, 535
119
1,098,985
24,187
11
89,516
Insurance brokers
35,873
2
7
83
0)
C1)
Brokers: All other
6,530,310
159,138
881,234
51
68
832,956
73
993,793
11,030
30, 606
368
4,741,687
174,001,954
4,976,178
23,909,725
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
6,436,369
981
380
449
57, 430 8,637
202,763
Commercial travelers
37
497
799
209,032
4,937,323
205,748
32,238
707,966
44
121
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers,
920
cashiers, presidents, etc
18,291 4,860
145
73,335,454
2,545,270
1,141,799
319
1,796,694
5,006,618
367
Employees, all other: Superintendents, fore7,232
men, office employees, etc
116
2,405 | 3,948
27,219,144
700,912
692,447
133
187,767
1,479,787
251
2,569
1
Occupations grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns appear under a distribution.




7,722,306

$798
933
487
391
1,107
6,412
11,584
6,433
329
1,569
10

I
o

o
o

1,075
3,540
14,368
1,476
2,634
4,170
44,450
768
18,214
685,842
4,457
99,943
7,253

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TABLE 6a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME BY OCCUPATION—TABLE FOR STATES AND
T E R R I T O R I E S ; showing for each occupation the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
OKLAHOMA.

OCCUPATIONS.

Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
Insurance agents and solicitors
Labor, skilled and unskilled
Lumbermen
Manufacturers
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers,
commission merchants, etc
Mine owners and mine operators
Saloon keepers
Sp >rtsmen and turfmen
Tl eatrical business: Owners, managers, etc..
All other business
Business not stated l
Occupations grouped
Total.

Number
of returns.

Net
income.

Income Numtax,
be
normal of reand
turns.
additional.

10




Net
income.

Income
tax,
normal
and
additional,

Number
of returns.

Net
income.

RHODE ISLAND.

Income
tax,
normal
and
additional.

Number
of returns.
14
76
19
9
384

41
3
6
38

$68,577
392,871
36,701
55,200
1,156,215

$307
5,314
519
734
35,446

16
54
20
44
50

$446,295
299,696
148,271
391,208
823,496

$27,719
1,300
1,138
3,309
37,943

444 $4,644,319
655 5,822,823
366 2,569,321
74 1,230,664
3,082 94,822,654

$106,599
63,642
21,066
15,565
3,493,112

381
402

4,938,813
41,292,280

97,874
3,846,798

373

4,310,492
107,573

67,886
1,051

C1)

108
95

C1)
50,666
1,519,047
1,249,121
30,747

333
36,566
24,383
265

1
104
60

C1)
1,002,610
545,574
32,228

0)

4,994 78,315,588
488 17,585,253
1,507,832
173
165,820
22
1,014,332
63
1,717 27,267,816
1,127 19,654,534

1,944,623
671,955
18,527
1,609
24,787
940,407
449,172

2,539

6,811,462

4,347,797

2,800

24,968,572

SOUTH CAROLINA.
Accounting professions: Accountants, statisticians, actuaries, etc.
Architects
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
Authors, editors, reporters, etc
Clergymen
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
Lawyers and judges
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons,
oculists, dentists, nurses, and other medical specialists
Public service: Civil
Public service: Military

PENNSYLVANIA.

OREGON.

$21,105
44,299

5
107

I)
!
45,176 i
23,012 I.
710,180 i
247,507 I
108,028 I
123,525 i

11,544
7,053
175

337,051 40,289 1643,243,991

S O U T H DAKOTA.

$57
737

C1)

1,971 !
757 i
461 i

519,835
70,707
12,276 !

2,973 i 247
332 I 34
18

605,468
151,120
69,908
12,985,243

$809
5,582
1,252
359
608,414
204,689

CO

5

74,634

350

206
76

67,064
2,101,928
2,696,316

1,182
22,508
151,716

17,612,739 | 3,745

65,257,163

1,915,104

13 j
81,156
34 ! 183,377
35 I
272,790
1,592 j 263 | 1,901,992

0)

and
additional.

13

$122,757
55,362

$29,314
345,210

150

Income
tax,
normal

6,990,005

TENNESSEE.

29
11

Net
income.

1,528,854 !
205,744 I
82,857 !

416
531
2,047
13,944
10,808
1,107
177

J
I
|
|

19
3
31
24
53
577

$321,630
114,845
(l)
168,189
99,769
288,933
4,785,002

465
3,030,579 |
76
483,412
429 | 1,949,768

3
o
c

g

TEXAS.

$309
291

GO

$1,024
872

0)
417
179
1,461
50,017
22,712
3,538
6,150

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, musicians, etc
Teachers: F r o m kindergarten to university:
also school a n d college officials
All other professions and occupations
Professions or occupations not stated
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, orc h a r l i s t s , etc
Bankers
Real-estate brokers: Agents a n d s a l e s m e n —
Stock and bond brokers
.*
Insurance brokers
Bro • ers: A11 other
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
Commercial travelers
Corporation otfficials: Secretaries, managers,
cishiors, presidents, e t c
Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen, office employees, etc
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
Insurance agents and solicitors
Labor, skilled a n d unskilled
Lumbermen
,
Manufacturers
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers,
commission merchants, etc
Mine o vmers a n d mine operators
Saloon keepers
Sportsmen a n d turfmen
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, e t c .
All other business
Business not stated
Occupations g r o u p e d l .

11
»i
6 !

175 j
17 I

736,345
329,582
73,381
93,669
i1)
353,240
1,656,983
96,005

175 | 1,417,646
55 I
6

28
52 |
215
1

C) !
1
C)

21
14

8206 :
145 j
1,661 !
5,740 !
1,745
867
1,146
C1)
3,309
19,702
341

32
86 i
76 I
33 i
3|




1

10,439,860
3,279,530
1,380,154
319,304
|
202', 814
I 12,939,921
! 22,295,572
I 1,003,447

150,135
51,037
15,786
8,931
1,700
,236,639
441,627
4,687

3,553 !
1,517 I
3,307 ;
749 \

179
67
60
5
24
101
583 I
8,594 i 563
180 j 139

1,722,663
675,322
461,366
45,737
228,044
1,069,684
5,937,699
649,260

21,891 ' 1,120
3,744
235
3,040
144
313 i
11
1,962 [
29
12,374
232
74,259 1,858
1,877
190

4,062 ; 596

5,167,264

35,153

926 | 8,833,087

83,328

538
297
715
254
275
006

30
6
22
2
6
8

259,159
38,266
126,134

1,614 !

253
13
681 : 80
12
52
90 \ 214

1,317,872
12.}, 237
476,177
54,793
588,533
3,900,955

4,146
1,164
2,618
205
4,985
87,150 !

564 i 3,097,703
411,551
49 '
125 | 1,061,020
240,818
40;
602,851
41
158
2,483,228 !

11,987
3,131
14,231
1,642
8,391
54,246

16,810 ! 160
0) ! 3
6

1,447,194
40,622
64,120

8,866,961
248,680 I

95,965 i 1,834
89
2,355 '
70
C1)
1
3
C1 )
11
C)
468
6,958
349
17,914

20,209,042 j
2,221,718
538,118 ;
0)
!
104,832 i
4,676,127 !
3,924,631
72,503 j

270,498
38,523
5,170
I1)
908
73,614
71,422
723

81,019
48,586

304,691 |
320,677 I
56,843 j
971

UTAH.

7,474,252

11,403 I
253 I
693 j
1,817
2,916
355
48,563

851
15
1
1
1
172
179

$100 I

0)

3
1
1
7
3
5
51

$20,616

0)
0)

{ ]

;
\
C1)
:
1,291,233 ;
,
1,576,459 i
21,221

4,414 | 39,867,675

VERMONT.

VIRGINIA.

$178

0)
0)126

38,670
C1)
19,617
60
43,325 |
8,820 I
29,637
156
598,645
413,971
2,236
797,659
Occupations grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one
1 i
9 !
43 I

$545
1,928

729,767

77,198 I

0)
0)

S91,655
345,264
1,261,160

87

2I

466 !
395 !
906 |

$78,128 I

i
I

13
59
149

6,475 |

127,268
86,452 |
71,923 I

:

C1)
$608

,1533 |
537 |
4,237 j

9
137
10

9,882,947 j

18
1

C1)
3173,452

33 i $166,240
81,574
15 •
103 ; 755,812

562,306
559,427
305,991
73,643
(l)
73,290
1,179,367
52,356

259,873
33,089
156,606
40,547
54,769
707,715
1,887,133 I
1

Total.

Accounting professions: Accountants, statisticians, actuaries, etc
Architects
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
Authors, editors, reporters, etc
Clergymen
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
i Lawyers and judges

C1)

C1)
$74,240
24,090
279,559

413,078 10,514 1113,278,037

WASHINGTON.

$226,636
33
$943
$144,450
12
3,160
172,760
78,814
1
1
C)
0)
0)
15
77,822
226,910
5,531
14
73,435
152,909
336
53
309,913
444,086
7,342
262
1,703,301
2,277,359
19,730
or two returns appear under a distribution.
44
11
1
13
34
41
292

2,643,697

$348
651

0)
369
344
1,875
12,640

9
a
Zfl

3
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TABLE 6a.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY OCCUPATION—TABLE FOR STATES AND
TERRITORIES; showing for each occupation the number of returns, net income, and total tax—Continued.
UTAH.

OCCUPATIONS.

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons,
oculists, dentists, nurses, and other medical specialists
Public service: Civil
Public service: Military
Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, musicians, etc
Teachers: From kindergarten to university;
also school and college officials
"...
All other professions and occupations
Professions or occupations not stated
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, orchardists, etc
Bankers
Real estate brokers: Agents and salesmen...
Stock and bond brokers
Insurance brokers
Brokers: All other
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
Commercial travelers
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers,
cashiers, presidents, etc
Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen, office employees, etc
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
Insurance agents and solicitors
Labor, skilled and unskilled
j
Lumbermen
j
Manufacturers
I
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers, commission merchants, etc
Mine owners and mine operators
Saloon keepers
Sportsmen and turfmen
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, etc..
All other business




I Number
of re! turns.

VERMONT.

Income Numtax,
ber
normal of reand
additional. turns.

Net
income.

$573,434
36,541
1

S3,828 !
127 I

C1)

!

2

75
is;
17

WASHINGTON.

VIRGINIA.

Income
Income Num-;
tax,
tax,
ber
Net
normal of re- income. i normal
j
and
and
I additional.
additional. turns. !

Net
income.

$1,361,472
382,967
521,074

i
Num-!
ber
of returns.

Net
income.

Income
tax,
normal
and
additional.

201
53
109

0)

H

576

H

27,023 '
40,039
555,173

353
49
90

$9,801
2,572
1,747

$10,926
1,198
1,317

52,729 |

$1,809
387
388

$419,820
107,455
91,142

40
168
3,875

o

$1,952,720
250,157
422,765

hH

3
11
60

12,815 i

3 |
583 I
4,817 |

78,273 i
669,104

7,675 !
1,804 I

18
20
4
3,304 ! 2
4
0)
6;
5,805
258
70,902
14
990

80,024
38,322 i
32,618

140
379
202

386,261
305,582 !
26,376 i
1

15,230
3,541
200

45
17
13
8
1
38
220
31 I

470,143
4,101,064
177,899

149

1,260,692 j

7,448

119

1,395,899

86
13
18
9
4
7

593,392
85,366
116,009
45,676
44,773
130,749

3,559
377
656
125
55
1,086

59
13
31
7
4 ,
111

429,327 |
104,898
149,414
35,424
37, 721
1,368,786

13,157
18,113
147

160 i
2 ;

1,758,302 |

123
31
4

526,793 |
266,335 !
78,912 i
171,408

14
5

C1)

|
!
'
!
i
i

1,554,563 |
726.881 ;
23,160 !

562 I

1
506,259 i

()

2,267

2I
26 !

C)

i

27,334
59,422
6,097,216
108,249

i
!
!
!

0)
106
865
250,204
799
13,847

151
1,293,874
51
875,460
68 ! 446,566
14
1,598,306
10
175,430
50
738,740
703 , 8,984,209
368,097 |

283 j
2,101 I
11,826 |
12,406
12,137
2,772
131,589
3,242
11,137
140,565
2,092

j 952
107
I 72
9
j
8
J 51
I 718
j 87

8,253,906
1,108,280
436, 783
88,504
63,504
522,234
9,327,097
439,254

102,082
7,850
2,183
992
173
6,047
207,169
1,513

5, 751,449

52,530 I 677

5,955,787

68,097

2,003
835
547
111
133
8
475
14
16,318 ! 133

2,009,428
60,107
843,430
51,195
223,704
2,268, 728

9,458
348
6,245
389
2,374
38,049

j
\
i
j
!
j

290
32
76
28
117
125

1,597,146
203,818
393,850
171,148
1,545,316
1,917,927

5,350
1,226
1,625
698
18,626
33,218

603
9
6
1

6,298,349
104,214
61,124

67,363 I
302 !
745 ;

561
35
3
3
13
234

6,611,011
1,052,430

198,135
33,392

23,710

0)

8 I

0)
0)

396.109 !

104,886
222,000
760,904

622

I

0)

21
26
70

6,911

192

0)
24,637
2,073,945

91 !
24,636 !

1

C)
0)
252,659
2,444,622

C1)

0)
4,516
31,781

o
o

a

Business not stated
Occupations grouped

2,177 i
21,042

106;

1.099,861 i
11,648 |

365,004 : 4,190 ; 42,216,464 |

Total




14
3
-i
6
4
28
211
146
15

$83, 807
14, 325
1

1

$254
51

C)

C) 895
55,

26, 310
194, 736
1,884, 639

466 i
268 i
987
14,641

1,001,857
150,022
29,518

5,361
1,179
52

C1)

C1)

60
28
3
37
26
95
435 !
461 I
64 |
13 !
4 |

$352,533
196,715
1

C)
306,740
114,361
666,735
3,520,703
2,908,891
343,060
81,730
13,199

3
10
101
75
41
32
9
7
21
435
48 I
350
151
14
42
26
18
101

11,207
102,518
1,157,372
568,940
812,158
277,880
805', 158
89,767
198,145
5,242,601
281,228
3,480,930
8S3,806
119,523
251,121 1
228,066 I
144,579 i
2,378,594 ;

38 I
220,772
634 ;
73 !
449,699
17,321 i 179 j
1,222,795
4,272
211
1,290,801
10,780 ! 131 ! 1,607,563
2,450 i
90
516,218
51,628;
13
208,918
18
1,312
112,001
71
1,407 '
613,304
43,164 I 1,307
20,404,522
1,109 I 198
1,142,973
1,414
17,020,066 I
24,175
620
4,143,125
2,572
42
372,434
540
1,066,874 l
132
1,299
62
387,167
2,309
47
968,732
660
571
10,758,722
57,143

291
174
2
2
4 j
92 I
90 !

3,446,247 i
3,419,577 ,
(v1)
:

51,052
62,909

2,575 |

c 23,823
)

!

1,326,828 i
1,320,604
159,028 I
30,170,809

C1)

1,238
24
38
1
9
328
180

152
34,276
17,115
4,848
416,386 | 8,261

17,312
158
776,470

593,304 ! 5,360 j 49,697,247

WISCONSIN-.
Accounting professions: Accountants, statisticians, actuaries, etc.
Architects
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc
Authors, editors, reporters/etc
Clergymen
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc
Lawyers and judges
Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons, oculists, dentists, nurses, and
other medical specialists
Public service: Civil
Public service: Military
Theatrical profession: Actors, singers, musicians, etc
Teachers: From kindergarten to university: also school and college officials
All other professions and occupations
Professions or occupations not stated
Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, orchardists etc
Bankers
Real-estate brokers: Agents and salesmen
Stock and bond brokers
Insurance brokers
Brokers: All other
Capitalists: Investors and speculators
Commercial travelers
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers, cashiers, presidents, etc
Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen, office employees, etc.
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs
.'
Insurance agents and solicitors
Labor, skilled and unskilled
Lumbermen
Manufacturers
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers, commission merchants,
etc
Mine owners and mine operators
Saloon keepers
Sportsmen and turfmen
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, etc
All other business
Business not stated ]
Occupations grouped

1,590,354 I
33,276

184
93

WYOMING.

I

$2,201 !
1,828
1

C)
1,864
345
4,584
34,950 |
19,608 I
1,762 !
431 ,
952
2,284
6,136
6,986
29,285
2,428
3,444
630
5,451
427,037
6,215
196,472
24,275
2,380
10,707
1,815
17,159
210, 554

111,997
11,059,650
515,575 i
10,791
170,114
536
C1)
i
(l)
61,309 j
52
2,367,788 i
16,803
2.403,063 j
91,174
25,743 |
121
87,614,595 I 1,253,257

1
1
3!
44 i
30 ;
10 i

148
21
10
2
1
46
85
35 :
|
19
10 i
1

C 11)
C)
C1)
C1)

()
1

C)

0)
1
C)

$11,154
391,921
166,133
111,315 I
36,287
C1)
!
98,396 i
1,443,165 :
274,032 ,
109,961 i

C1)

:

0)

C)

31.128

1
27
36
673

Occupations grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns appear under a distribution.

w
H

a
0)

Ul

210
15,140
1,870
1,358
C1)
C1)

a
Q

Ul

9
o
o

g

173

878,370:
253,770
C1)

c1)

914
625
192

9,360
10,991
778
135
586
1
C)
C1)

668,412
890,712
237,247
100,823
69,565
(1l)

C1)
87
13
2

$4,377

!

202,941 I
417,245
131,210 i
6,523,787

C1)
7,783
5,137
C1)

U
5,070
919
67,510
CO

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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 6b.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
Accounting profession:
Accountants, statisticians, actuaries, etc.
States and Territories.

Number
of returns.

12
Alabama..
4
\laska
Yrizoiia
18
Arkansas
173
California
49
Colorado
109
Connecticut
19
Delaware
35.
District of Columbia..
13
Florida
30
Georgia
45
Hawaii
12
Idaho
371
Illinois
40
Indiana
16
Iowa
9
Kansas
29
Kentucky
44
Louisiana
21
Maine
65
Maryland
402
Massachusetts.
98
Michigan
51
Minnesota
4
Mississippi
110
Missouri
20
Montana
21
Nebraska.
6
Nevada
8
New- Hamnshire..
New Jersey
298
5
New Alexico
1,147
New York
7
North Caroh'na
1
North Dakota
174
Ohio
Oklahoma
21
Oregon ..
423
Pennsylvania
28
Rhode Island...
5
South Carolina
2
South Dakota
29
Tennessee
Texas
68
18
Utah
Vermont
44
Virginia
33
Washington
14
West Virginia
60
Wisconsin
1
W vommsr
States grouped^
Total

Net
income.

$64,020
16,446
127,792
30,626
875,873
340,127
631,731
317,904
193,176
53,326
133,449
314,248
64,068
2,169,016
218,465
57,605
39,239
132,139
192,739
113,710
331,526
2,373,164
595,496
303,877
18 107
555,458
102,503
97,563
29,192
43,393
1,820,031
40,621
7, 845,688
36,314

Income Numtax,
ber
normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.
$203
42
968
44
2,613
2,623
2.308
3,757
944
116
417
1,503

o

Income Numtax,
ber
Net
normal of reand ad- turns. income.
ditional.

345

317
100
76
11.161
'227
70.674
41
(i)

122,757
321,630
78,128
20,616
226,636
144,450
83,807
352,533

309
1,024
100
178
2,201

18,874

73

86
748

15,303
798
57

943
348
254

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

0)

C1)
$431,908
68 831
240,952
35j317
93,419
21,48^
21,451
(i)

C1)

128

1,304,380
113,881
92,288

16
14
5
17
25
178
58
25

25,711
134,608
27,039
148,533
1,759,114
562,309
258.756

41
4
9

331,130
29,438
50,653

$2,248
352
1,262
83
442
38

19
6
23
1
8
1

$153,217
31,484
197,745

SI,665
124
1,973

89,434

1,089

19 lii

77

607,088
367,289
17,472

6,406
22,367
43

1,323
212
819

2
3
5
10

16,059
8,460
2,773

73
12
8

31,197
• 148,522
18,462
618,477
153,668
36,922

2,570

14

69,267

744
540

7
4
1

48

2, 302

21,769

4,229 25,932,801

Net
income.

2
57
11
30
5
16
5
3
1

87

477
536
262
1,371
13,826
2 641
1 300

1,318,979
31,677
122,521
2,636,533
153,923
21 105

0)

1

131

17,106
1,138
16

Artists: Painters,
sculptors, etc.

Architects.

1

2
64

C)
499,086

382

4,39i,877

2
2

55

622,832

7
143
15

79,574
1,409,927
138,603
44 299
0)
55,362
114.845

1
11
19
1
11
12
o

28
2

1

C)

172.760
78,814
14,325
196,715

0)

130,901

183,911 1,419 13,701,121

224
271

1

(i)

(i)

0)

C1)

C1)

403
11
1,500
5,070
2,394
106
144

C1)

5
40

51,467
269,160

1,977

365

4,041,133

67,268

8,462 "'si'

170,774

1
49
10

C1)
393,769
75,830

3

30,317

1
1
1
1
3

C1)
1
C1)

(M
4,248
55,285

0)

498

18,789
933
737

291
872
0)
3,160
651
51

1,828
C1)
772
154,108

C)

0)

18,335

492

908

C1)

3,831

487

264

0)

0)
C1)

121

60,544
786

124

7,651,573

118,767

1
States grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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TABLE 6b. -PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, F 3 R THE UNITED STATES.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
Engineers: Civil, mining, etc.

uthors, editors, re
porters, etc.
states and Territories.
of returns.

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
>
Arkansas
:
California
'
Colorado
:
Connecticut
'
Delaware
\
District of Co'um'ria.. ;
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
;
Indiana
•
Iowa
;
Kansas
'
Kentucky
i
Louisiana
Maine
'.
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
j
Minnesota
j
Mississippi
!
Missouri
!
Montana
Nebraska
\
Nevada

New Hampshire
New Jersey
Newr Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
States grouped

\

!
i
j
I

Total

Lncome.

2,531,387
' 221', 076
140,037
261,210
183,165
55,316
225,112
192,759
1,854,657
685,191
545,079

Income
tax.
normal
and ad
diliona

!Num-!
! ber

Net

income.

i of re- j
i turns.'

$101,541
47,846
571,933
26,004
2,716,995
764,816
1,617,453
617,529
1,127,757
133,177
121,558
183,445
231,562
4,290,968
415,754
117,166
80,213
196,683
373,326
194,030
I 1,646,244
4,422,192
^637,520
580,004
23,881
,144,687
321,044
180,266
77,330
58,230
,089,923
188,441
19,452,978
95,565
35,655
2,628,163
65,921
149,832
8,241,647
481,098
23,012
29,314
272,790
288,933
598,645
29,637
444,086
309,913
194,736
666,735
11,154

$177
342
9.291
'127
24,434
7,354
2O,34o
3,158
34,306
1,403
506
1,047
4,259
50,856
2,313
431
133
897
8,175
1,037
23,349
52,350
12,135
3,668
19
13,287
5,435
1,782
372
118
94,482
3,757
395,168
825
115
31,874
485
1,210
116,075
6,412

68,560 6,628 63,319,332

960,993

30.470
2.962
453
6,190
1,070
230
3.873
945
21,908
6,816
4,227

492,241
64,627
192,453
18, 838
118,508
002,499

0)
8,604,773
31,322

67,868
2,213,056
54,219

C1)

362,600
18,107
43,921
1,318,668
156,664
45,176
183,377
99,769
43,325
19,617
152,909
73,435
26,310
114,361
()
50,273

12,529 |24,077,7l

10,868,893

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

1,541
49
227
6,855
1,107
150

0)
531
179
61
60
336
344
268
345
l
()
403

135
35
IS
14
12
529
10
1,683
12
3
324
9
22
864
48
5
5
35
53
43
5
41
53
28
95
3

217
2,047
1,461
8,820
156
7,342
1,875
987
4,584

i States grouped to conceal the net income and the identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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TABLE 6b.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTBJBTJ{ TION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.

Lawyers and judges.

Medical profession: Phy- j
sicians, surgeons, ocu- I
lists, dentists, nurses, I
and other medical spe- '
cialists.
j

Public service: Civil.

States and Territories.
Net

142 SI, 084,637
Alabama
91,450
15
Alaska
510,361
Arizona
50
Arkansas
139
904,312
California
877 8,749.666
Colorado
234 2,205', 374
304 3,005,281
Connecticut
Delaware
64 1,330,500
District of Columbia .
339 3,917,175
Florida
134
984,189
Georgia
226 1, 642, 480
Hawaii
42
454.683
Idaho
49
435', 699
Illinois
1,675 ,18,537,866
Indiana
411 2,979,601
Iowa
476 I 3,176,211
Kansas
181 ' 1,208,295
Kentucky
241 1,845,185
241 2,186,045
Louisiana
Maine
145 1,192,010
Maryland
427 4.348,835
Massachusetts
1,386 18,125,317
Michigan
437 5,221,136
Minnesota
383 3,632,259
Mississippi
91
675,093
Missouri
604 6,195,945
Montana
111 1,007,766
Nebraska
244 | 1,870,710
Nevada
31
255,726
New Hampshire
82
774,068
New Jersey
884 10,000,014
New Mexico
48
345, 892
New York
4, 547 77,246,969
North Carolina
164 1,066,613
North Dakota
56 i 401,S19
Ohio
1,054 12,074,911
Oklahoma
200 2,428,761
Oregon
169 1,120,546
Pennsylvania
1,852 •21,893,297
Rhode Island
132 1, 280,668
South Carolina
107 1 710,ISO
South Dakota
60 I 345,210
Tennessee
263 1 1,901,992
Texas
577 i, 785,002
Utah
84
797,659
Vermont
51
413,971
Virginia
292 2,277,359
Washington
262 1,703,301
West Virginia
211 1,884,639
435 3,520,703
Wisconsin
44
Wyoming
391,921
Total

Income
Num-|
tax,
ber I Net
, normal
I and ad- of re- ( income,
I ditional turns.

$5,552
83 f $637,928
7 !
44,179
333
53 | 431,581 ! 3,789
104 | 597,836 I
3,478
1,111 I 7,421,823
53,218
276 i 2,030,687
17,438
442 I 3,380,684
29; 496
46,624
60 j 1,038,127
15,068
218 i 1,589,062
2,941
71 l 433,834
8,811
139 1,074,079
46 ; 315,751
867
58 i 352,585
4,131
1,578 110,793, 517
88,585
320 I 2,148,369
15,103
620 ! 3,811,862
27,661
224 ; 1,431,590
10,289
180 1,110,519
8,430
253 ! 1,540,345
9,640
158
952,034
5,409
366 ' 2,846,250
28,798
96,931
1,412 10,171,436
34,655
589 j 4,274,979
485 ; 4,549,596 101,884
46 | 254,167
1, 540
576 4,069,017
34,323
132 j 1,037,601
9,372
254 ! 1,876,485
19,590
27
141,928
'622
91
556,969
2, 456
882 I 5,912,712
41,519
46 i 270,304 , 1. 830
3,630 i28,015,155 I252', 064
96 i 631,058
4,360
121 ! 777,236 I 6,303
975 I 6,677,381 j 47,241
84 ! 485;847
2,809
174 • 1.092,296
7,606
2,011 14,031,984 108,735
356 ; 1,057,515
6, 433
33
247,507
1,971
90
519,835
2,973
247 1,528,854
10,808
465 '> 3,030,579 22,712
93
573,434
3,828
75
419,820
1,809
201 1.361,472
9,801
353 1,952,720
10,926
146 , 1,001,857 i 5, 361
461 2,908,891 ! 19,608
30
166,133 j
914

|21,273 |245 ; 139,302 J4,289,869 20,348




JNum-|
al \\

31
12
6
22
118
33
33
13
448
20
36
15
11
139
56
60
49
50
43
30
130
162
63
53
21
73
17
24
8
21
100
8
320
39
17
113
27
28
176
12
18
13
34
76
5
18
53
49
15
64
10

143,577,410 jl,256,645 i2,992

Net
income.

Income
tax.
normal
and additional.

$240,682 j
58,644 I
41,341 |
125,340 i
651,890 !
225,268 j
243,805 i
113,298 |
2,582.933 !
104,139 !
215,278 !
119,931 •
61,799 !
1,408,424 I
467,193 j
362,866 !
269,838 !
294,858 i
265,783 i
206,562
834,000 !
1,345,627 !
379,324 i
384,627 |
142,372 i
444.720 i
102,652 !
140,299
69,698 i
110,627 i
659,321
, 47,992 j
12,458,637 j
265.721 |
129,131 i
807,845
j 177,173
I 151,213 !
11,402,102 i
I 64,926 I
108,028
70,707 I
205,744 i
483,412 '
36,541 i
107,455
382,967
250,157
150,022
343,060
111,315
|20,427,287

11,678
259
377
658
3,634
2,190
1 551
,
649
15,499
572
1 150
,
812
279
19,931
6 837
,
2,058
1,471
1,
876
1 908
,
1 392
,
6,161
11,836
1 812
2,692
1 001
,
074
3,
775
858
436
482
5,107
261
21,481
2,146
895
,936
4,
1 121
,
962
13,996
329
757
332
1.107
.
3, 538
,
127
387
2,572
.
1,198
'
1,179
,762
i,
625
158,726

117

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TABLE 6b. -PERSONAL INCOME TAX-OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.

P u b ic service: Military.

Teac lers: From kindergar ten to u niversity,
als 0 school an d college
offi cials.

Thea Lrical profes sion: Actors singers, miis icians,
etc.

States and Territories.
Number
of returns.

Net
income.

6
$34,523
Alabama
17,419
\ laska
239 335
54
Arizona
38,118
Arkansas
8
353 1,731,914
California
147,924
Colorado
33
Connecticut
54
303,523
11
100,050
Delaware
District of Columbia.. 2,509 12,927,148
145,940
35
Florida
213,508
47
Georgia
168,755
H awaii
13
Idaho
84
483,204
Illinois
.
...
104,919
20
Indiana
54,550
Iowa
8
375,970
89
K ansas
50,343
Kentucky
12
108,678
22
Louisiana
153,374
27
Mains
217 1,499,642
Maryland .
818,023
Massachusetts
141
165,018
27
Michigan
11
55,679
Minnesota
5
23,292
Mississippi
38
186,065
Missouri
4
20,730
Montana
1?
52, 707
Nebraska
2
Nevada
0)
151,159
New Hampshire . . .
27
New Jersey
290,751
57
225 780
52
N ew Mexico
New York
437 2,836,231
14
North Carolina
82 039
(i)
2
North Dakota
281,867
57
Ohio
15
70,178
Oklahoma
91,805
20
Oregon
154 1,013,345
Pennsylvania
60
Rhode Island
328,694
123,525
24
South Carolina
3
12,276
South Dakota
Tennessee18
82,857
429 1,949,768
Texas
1
Utah
0)
91 142
17
Vermont
521,074
109
Virginia
422,765
Washington
90
West Virginia
29 518
81,730
Wisconsin
13
Wyoming
36 287
7
States grouped i
22,767

Total

5,459 28,965,909

Income N u m tax,
ber
i normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.
$180
30
698
148
6,285
332
1,423
996
64,101
449
753
479
2,491
481
489
755
126
448
866
11,006
4,937
710
254
75
661
94
156

0)

661
1,081

1

Net
income.

C1)

129 $i, 508,557
2
0)
293,110
12
5

0)

0)

9,388

44
2
3

428,921

341

0)
6,387

0)
14,690

2
1
2
7
52
3
4

63,933
325,910
17,999
22, 559

569
2,006
' 140
128

8

55,635

474

1

(i)

1
30

0)
0)

(i)

261,986

(|)

(i)
(i)

2,979

Net
income.

6

$48,173

34,823

1

Income Numtax,
ber
normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.

j
!

$27,214

1
1
96
8
201
10
48
1

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

0)
C1)
560,302
84,254
1,454,587
44,222
345,797
C1)
33,999
39,769

8
249
23
16
4
12
17
15
83
540
31
28
2
49
3
10
1
38
186

$105
(i)

'

2,690
946
7,225
32
2,516
97
68

1,443,661
132,946
75,395
18,055
58,468
95,520
81,705
597,819
3.804,495
201,115
137,889

7,885
603
183
34
55
477
344
4,185
25,630
457
375

263,841
16,286
63,086

1 008
16
248

0)

0)

475
7,884

198,981
1,284,692
(i)

32,952
417

533

7,388,416

165,053

673
5

(i)

1,051
309
325
8,818
1,569 i
461
26
177
6,150

0)
388
1,747
1,317
52 !
431
192
77 i
158,381|

17
1
32
4

149,892

1,376

0)
234,990
31,659

1
2
2

0)
0)
C1)

7
1
4

52,729

1,858
10
(i)

576

(i)

13,199
229,919

914 11,128,927

4,845,419
28 379

36,901
171

0)
584,879
0)

2,776

90
2
8
264
41
10

37,610
1,691,588
244,789
74,240

167
10,418
1,075
206

33
13
3
14
21
4
3
38

166,240
91,655
12,815
80 024
104,886
27,023
11,207
220,772

533
545
3
140
283
40
*
952

60,127

213

242,854 2,919 19,345,751

117,961

3,328

1
States grouped to conceal the net income and the identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




118

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TABLE 6b.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES.—Con.
All other professions and
occupations.
States and Territories.

NumNet
ber
of re- income.
turns.
7

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia.
Florida
g
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
feSodth Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
States grouped l
Total.

227
134
51
2
42
6
13
1
7
191
1
777
4
4
121
14
5
242
23
4
2
15
59
11
5
26
7
10
73
1

Income Numtax,
ber
normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.

$56,370 !
1

C)
1
50,676
8
2
, 563,615
194
236,880
21
202,723
32
229,222
24
411,302
70
2
C1)
13
118,362
13
114,028
4
24.128
291 | 2 ,290,338
24 |
122,775
15
121,948
10
48.129
9
107,248
34
188,661
13
101,397
304,044
,958,299
,103,709
321,047

$603

0)

190

0)
22,330
3,244
725
979
1,912

0)

1,212
1,396
107
23,057
509
1,205
195
1,399
754
776
2,042
17,022
10,308
2,064

0)

0)

,028,081
40,531
67, 727

140,662
361
250

C1)

0)

171
37,305
,436,811
78,165
C1)
0)
,845,998
123,588
23,234
114
31,109
71
, 007, 279
8,727
150,837
1,084
20,514
38
,596,019
93,956
232,115
3,540
24,090
145
(0
C1)
537
81,574
1,928
345,264
583
78,273
379
38,322
2,101
222,000
168
40,039
(334
102,518
2,284
4^0,699
0)
0)
382

2,913 28,637,580
63,334

Professions or occupations Agriculturists: Farmers,
stock raisers, orchard not stated.
ists, etc.

Net
income.

$579,851
79
48,577
12
339,907
29
384,640
56
297 2,001,906
147 1,312,355
269 I 2,526,658
247,507
26
501,501
87
400 796
58
163 1,481,171
65 1,013,550
161,084
24
582 5,158,848
244 2,155,374
842,036
130
776,789
124
575,862
664,674
86
295,029
35
171 1,295,479
454 4,606,486
242 2,380,120
180 2,234,676
402,043
47
198 1,611,087
473,778
50
81
788,261
67,257
19
108,521
266 2,349,052
36
264,629
1,005 11,793,641
134 1,389,686
341,786
50
335 3,402,220
508,969
64
646,139
78
455 4,973,003
847,386
74
279,559
37
173,452
32
103
755,812
1,261,160
149
60
669,104
5
32,618
760,904
70
555,173
78
101 1,157,372
179 1,222,795
98,396
20

Income Numtax,
ber
Net
normal of reand ad- turns income.
ditional.
$3,190
66
3,861
1,709
13,668
10,716
21,411
1,424
2,471
2,768
9,667
17,027
460
82,215
21,936
2,785
3,919
6,267
3,946
2,561
12,366
71,089
29,388
50,197
2,582
12,624
3,899
6,481
26
1,140
37,399
1,712
205,615
8,559
1,525
27,932
3,923
5,439
68,848
14,368
1,661
608
4,237
6,498
4,817
202
11,826
3,875
17,321
6,136
210

40
$375,840
3
24,387
96 1,119^612
270 2,151,914
1,659 15,827,975
424 3,546, 792
67
815,197
18
135,158
15
285,269
710,624
87
j 123 1,006,326
46 2,265,547
! 107 1,136,871
11,442 10,900.680
309 2,212,027
1,287 7,047,456
716 5,043,154
281 2,421,535
250 4,230,224
130
978,736
112 1,382.886
189 2,711,742
94 1,201,636
89
673,557
256 3,993,439
244 1,791,827
136 1,710,889
571 3,443,149
277,227
45
152,567
13
237 2,014,986
892,750
108
589 7,691,449
753,213
92
703,415
108
272 2,202,217
872,065
101
414 3,256,660
266 4,238,948 !
217,572 !
29
736,345 j
87
562,306 !
86
179 1,722,663 I
1,120 10,439,860
526,793
45
386,261 i
18
151 1,293,874 i
952 8,253,906 I
568,940 j
75
211 1,290,801
148 1,443,165

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.
$3,89 f
242
14,193
22,269
219,170
34,907
9,143
702
9,077
5,491
7,972
91,626
13,544
143,430
15,548
53,180
58,416
29,371
96,448
9,138
34,953
45,026
17,393
4,206
74,728
15,239
45,679
20,977
1,872
888
18,618
9,484
166,016
5,403
4,241
18,136
7,302
33,591
107,842
1,476
5,740
3,553
21,891
150,135
7,675
15,230
12,406
102,082
4,272
6,986
15,140

551,897 7,350 69,038.685 ! 834,570 14,407 129,642,432 1,815,945

1 States grouped to conceal the net income and fie identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




119

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 6b. -PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS- DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES.— Con.
Bankers
States and Territories. NumNet
ber
of re- income.
turns.

Real-estate brokers:
Agents and salesmen.
Income Numtax,
Net
normal ofber
reand ad- turns. income.
ditional.

$817,701
$13,413
51
Alabama
65
4
4
412
70.426
Alaska
385,251
11
6.759
Arizona
17
30
484.385
2 648
57
Arkansas
341
129.857
California. .
249 4,474,955
70
41.675
Colorado
113 2,100 215
127
27.111
Connecticut.
160 1,949.991
11
702,059
20 631
Delaware . . . .
14
358,978
81
8.819
18
District of Columbia..
467, 509
1.942
54
Florida
45
38
77 l,7eo 305
90.204
Georgia
439223
12.018
6
Hawaii....
17
10
477,162
6 872
Idaho
32
250 367 669
538 9. 842.683
Illinois
106
31-862
Indiana
100 1,588,055
135
34.479
Iowa
325 3.362.842
82
61.388
236 2,823 389
Kansas
28
562,103
4,689
51
Kentucky..
654.633
6,984
Louisiana
42
51
29
Maine
233.010
1,805
23
87
106,511
108 3.471.293
Mar"1 land
411
924,709
Massachusetts .
303 16.109,538
178 2,714.246
39,282 365
Michigan
163
196
,235 851
16,624
Minnesota
13
36
283.823
Mississippi
1,421
204
43.618
191 2,753.321
Missouri
39
869.379
61
Montana
14.085
85
14,037
Nebraska
215 2,198,015
1
7
480
83,677
Nevada...
9
257,201
New Hampshire
15
3,422
New Jersev.
376,147 268
191 7,134,610
4
New Mexico..
310.951
1,972
22
1,037 96,262,215 8,329,460 1,107
NewYorV .
35
540,907
North Carolina
3, 809
53
40
650,606
3,510
64
North Dakota
Ohio
247 4,587,192
100,151 265
44
116 1,122, 738
5.307
Oklahoma
30
42
425,657
2,582
Oregon
457
Pennsvl ania
415 20,977,376 1,427,083
60
333,391
2,634
34
Rhode* Island
8
29
329,582
1,745
South (arolina
33
76
559,427
1,517
South DaL ota
60
3,744
67
Tennessee
675.322
235 3,279.530
51, 037 144
Texas
13
17
266.335
1,804
Utah..
4
3,541
305.582
20
Vermont
68
12,137
Virginia
875,460
51
72
107 1,108,280
7,850
Washington..
32
812,158
41
10,780
West Virginia
90
29,285
131 1,607,563
Wisconsin
10
274,032
1,870
21
Wyoming . . .
States grouped 1

Total

$338,134
(i)

180,271
211572
3,203.026
569.886
1,084,126
121,595
1,114,159
391.638
376,134
102,144
49.837
8,040 112
948,874
1,163.484
716,685
311.773
299.664
337.324
937,362
5,510,563
6,179.347
1,456,274
62-313
1,774,262
393,028
658.041
1

C)

Stock and bond brokers.

Income
tax, Numnormal ber
and ad- of reditional. turns.
$2,204

7

Net
income.

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

$144,290

SI.728

(i)

2,527
1.616
30,957
3,933
9,201
1.892
21,444
3,024
4.372
2,154
242

123.198
8,500
11,797
7,617
2,964
2,404
3.412
11,834
137,514
142,188
15,565
186

15,871
4,469
4,588
(l)

2
4
105
43
65
3

6
5

5
11
168
9
10
3
19
32
17
59
264
46
14
2
44
2
10
2
6
139
1

0)

58,087
2,003,768
1,111,020
2,693,606
221,892
225,705
77, 725
71,890
233,202

322

33,396
19,176
93,326
9,434
4, 955
1.055
477

3,519

5,474,690
217,592
144,652
33.042
368.752
693,105
163,158
1,428,113
9,669,530
1,238,085
596.580
1

6,778
16,127
1,471
28,967
593,246
28,707
22,391
1

1,105,457

33, 503

C)
(0

164,058

0)

226,552
4,461
3,293
323

C)

(l)

2,570

C1)

5, 727
178,136
2,609
132,721
151,750
4.484,903
22,531
2,306.081
423
45.945
C1)
0)
19,089.655 619;181 1,299 68,460,647 3,501,344
1
1,272
228,110
C1)
C1)
2
4,491
394.509
C1)
101, 868
103 3,131,904
3,282,407 91.319
4
60,621
1,013
15.583
659,989
6
165.635
5,535
1,071
207,009
77,713 213 6,560,638 232,185
4,692.975
26 1,050,607
44,450
4,170
537, 574
6
867
93,669
1,146
73.381
749
3
73,643
3,307
305, 991
313
5
45,737
3,040
461,366
11
319,304
8,931
15,786
1,380.154
8
562
171.408
3,304
78,912
1

V)

(i)

446,566
436,783
277,880
516,218
109,961
61,062

(i)

2,772
2,183
2,450
2,428
1,358
499

2
14
9
9
13
2

(i)

C)

1,598,306
88,504
805,158
208,918
1

131,589

789,562

37,186

C)

992

51, 628
3,444
(x)

6,518 206,970,133 12,296,089 6,146 72,256,877 1,451,288 2,839 116,425,299 5,418,931

1
States grouped to conceal the net income and the identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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TABLE 6b.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.
Insurance brokers.
States and TerriNumtories.

ber
Net
of re- income.
turns.

Brokers: All other.

Income Numtax,
ber
Net
normal of reand ad- turns. income.
ditional.

Capitalists: Investors and
speculators.

Income Num-!
tax,
ber
Net
normal of re- !
and ad- turns. I income,
ditional.

22 $159,794
Alabama
63 $574,173 $5,263
287
$963
Alaska
1
10
0)
0)
Arizona
33
109
4,106
372,521
Arkansas
17 187,401
4,164
55
342
4,975 5,538
453,451
94
California
770,016
7,346 277
10
67,324
Colorado
911
535 132 4,119,570 82,325
3,844,103 199,437 2,782
38 416,429
Connecticut
80
4,424
2
16 1,889,693 63,023
Delaware
273
0)
7,804 1,532
336,038
7
63,694
18
District of Columbia.
235
1,981
175,614
12 135,270
39
Florida
374
1,664
30,091
729,439
42,593
Georgia
102
478
452
15,105
Hawaii
7 1,175,827
306
913
104,270
Idaho
42
83
1 I
0)
0)
4,991 6,178
367,242
Illinois
794
124 1,466,719 23,295
Indiana
71 14,185,784 435,485 1,083
19 ! 143,252
1,144
9,865
732,277
Iowa
119,520
1,518
10,601 1,677
920,238
Kansas
124,569
625
3,827
7,746
753,900
Kentucky
94,982
52
619
647
5,576
653,263
110,270
Louisiana
195 3,026,298 56,133
612
987
92,070
Maine
21
726
490
1,678 I 3,005
182,703
240,073
Marjdand
107
3,475
2,054,564 40,110 7,146
137 1,587,286 38,022
Massachusetts
453 7,996,631 176,157
t
Michigan
! 26 | 297,545
88
3,034
25,850 1,864
Minnesota
I 20 ! 221,727
129 1,312,604 47,347 1,206
2,247
Mississippi
! 10 ! 85,416
26 1,857,171
130
631
3,726
278.119
Missouri
! 44 I 635,103
9,530 302 4, 754; 206 101,253 2,234
53
Montana
!
210
5,282
500,550
Nebraska
I
126 1,076,791
735
78,355 , 1,063
8,857
22
Nevada
29
2,058
196,770
8 ; 76,138 ;
8
New Hampshire. . . . t
480
711
984 3,907
104,343
261 5,949,436 168,997
New Jersey
j 83 ! 890,362
10,265
57
New Mexico
j
78
627,683
New Y ork
| 3.84 7,458,649 270,261 2,219 90,267,453 i 8,835 19,095
4,918,382
207
6
35,547 I
46
North ( arolina
j
283
12,088
536,763
104
17,521
3
12
North Dakota
133
825
97,687
50 439,512 ! 4,749
173 3,395,317
Ohio
83,733 3,479
119
35,873 i
7
68
Oklahoma
380
11,030
832.956
2
73
Oregon
449
Q)
0)
30,606
993,793
83 1,098,985 : 24,187
368 6,530,310 159,138 8,637
Pennsylvania
!
11
51
Rhode Tsland
981
768
89,516
18,214
881,234
2
43
South Carolina
175
0)
3,309
353,240
0)
i
2
9
South Dakota
137
J
583
73.290
24 228,044 ! ( )
101 1,069,684 ! 12,374
Tennessee
563
29 202,814 j 1,962
232 12,939,921 1,236,639 1,858
Texas
38
Utah
220
0)
i 1,700
470,143 j 5,805
6
Vermont
258
27,334 I
0)
C1)
! 11,137
10 I 175.430 i
50
Virginia
703
738, 740 ! 6,047
106
8 i
51
Washington
718
63,504 ! 3,242
522,234 i 1,407
21
West Virginia
435
89,767 !
198,145 i 5,451
173
71
Wisconsin
112,001 j 1,312
613,304 ! 9,360 1,307
46
Wyoming
85
0)
1 | 134,096
668,412
630
893
States grouped *
0)
64,817
968
Total
1,414 {18,314,501 431,157 7,479 182,552,715 8,063,569 85,465

l\

til

$2,771,045
83,881
1,868,064
2,709,615
72,465,574
15,225,820
44,965,857
18,380,521
29,233,058
5,255,050
5,151,668
8,536,091
776,144
116,714,189
10,820,822
14,823,164
5,410,576
7,786,287
7,660,113
10,748,528
43,097,877
121,260,876
36,982,720
20,411,555
1,018,281
32,327,397
3,515,519
7,668,678
322,130
6,061,164
65,495,189
747,446
582,261,235
4,049,838
1,142,895
76,272,372
6,436,369
4,741,687
174,001,954
23,909,725
1,656,983
1,179,367
5,937,699
22,295,572
4,101,064
6,097,216
8,984,209
9,327,097
5,242,601
20,404,522
890,712

Income
tax
normal
and additional.
$30,865
434
50,674
20,805
1,201,236
309,700

989,414
1,117,717
663,872
195,467
45,927
152,938
7,227
3,648,598
112,774
131,416
59,119
95,386
108,358
170,106
909,585
2,273,790
781,267
447,634
7,324
550,341
71,843
95,948
1,560
46,042
1,582,918
I
6,934
29,664,321
102,725
8,683
2,260.727
202;763
57,430
4,976,178
685,842
19,702
8,594
74,259
441,627
70,902
250,204
140,565
207,169
43,164
427,037
10,991

1,679,228,016 55,540,102

1 States grouped to conceal the net income and trie identity of the taxpayer where only one or two
returns appear under a distribution.




121

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TABLE 6b.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS- DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.
Conimercial travelers,
States and Territories.

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Districtof Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
ea
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Khode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
S tales grouped l
Total

Number
of returns.

Net
income

Income j N u m .
tax
' . I her
normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.

Net
income.

$3,228,796
260,453
1,214,969
1,175,269
1,037
24,334,560
13,425
!
4,593,519
2,748
11,202,131
7,835
16,725,204
60
2,371,659
774
1,282,247
341
4,088,001
2,236
2,073,602
335
280,750
47
71,454,957
58,563
8,978,371
3,203
6,570,222
1,782
2,626,401
1,425
5,295,878
3,048
4,839,610
3, 720
j 2,862,113
944
9,590,996
5,216
52,674 625
51,437
30,295', 282
17,186
15,183,618
3,380
772,186
353
|24,588,572
10,745
1,043,609
632
3,483,857
1,081
368,942
1,460.673
33,022,335
24,675
609,534
36
176,941,550
161,121
3,391,215
2,482
998,270
254
54,239,750
26, 548
920 [ 145 1,141,799
497
319 2,545,270
32,238 4,860 3,335,454
4,457
3G7 5,006,618
341
175 1,417,640
72:/, 767
180
87
1,877
596 5,167,264
4', 687
926 8,833,087
990
149 1,260,692
799
119 1,395,899
2,092
(522. 5,751,449
1,513
077' 5,955,787
1,109
350 3,480,930
6,215 1,414 17,020,066
237,247
35
16
14,804.

$364,031

197
5
26
18
85
14
6
1,680
171
125
74
105
120
37
175
1,175
308
196
24
553
19
77
2
22
742
8
3,072
65
14
748
37
44
799
121
17
10
139
190
31
14
66
87
48
198

! Corporation officials: Secre- i Employees, all other: Suj taries, managers, cashiers, j perintendents, foremen,
I presidents, etc.
i office employees, etc.

24,867
247,228
2,353,379
592,932
1,269,720
27,005
158,644
94,023
478,219
93,936
26,617
10,065,496
879,592
615,340
367,815
626,958
695,546
j 208,091
I 993,105
7,169,784
2,271,740
981,213
123,223
2,925,033 j
I 115,597 |
357,283 I
0)
!
118,610 j
14,373,512
|
34,319
120,150,738
402,769
72,176 I
4,510,442
205,748
209,032 j
4,937,323
707,066 |
96,005 !
52,350 ]
649,260
1,003,447 I
177,899 |
108,249
368,097
439,254
281,228
1,142,973

112,274 74,252,624

$1,712
(1)

346
25
105
182
2,574
385
868
160
249
178
465
150
44
5,251
887
825
298
500
476
284
873
3,911
2,026
1,192
' 122
2,021
129
362
41
159
2,499
56
10,734
267
124
3,451

Income Num-1
tax,
ber
Net
normal
and ad- of re- j income.
ditional. turns. I
$27,101
1,512
22,601
4,432
273,381
96,190
144,519
1,534,942
22,434
6,363
26,999
24,369
810
1,270,045
105,866
29,094
19,606
40,844
54,241
29,362
117,514
857,396
796,233
251,177
2,195
347,856
5,750
29,189
1,972
7,597
598,781
7,921
4,949,682
111,749
5,622
1,282,797
7,232
18,291
1,796,694
99,943
6,475
4,062
35,153
83,328
7,448
13,847
; 52,530
|
68,097
I 24,175
! 196,472
778

79
16
69
37
1,325
229
639
154
198
63
194
76
27
4,512
650
381
124
234
325
185
729
2,993
906
541
20
1,579
103
217
29
94
2,297
23
9,926
110
25
2,362
116
133
3,948
251
55
30
253
564
86
59
342
290
151
620
19

$482,770
79,088
553,385
167,911
7,545,330
1,420,949
3,964,013
1.662.758 !
1,203,849 I
334,305 I
I 1,018,417 i
! 505,593 !
138,971 :
128,316,889 |
4,019,576 ;
2.118.759 !
824,781 j
1,269,638 I
2,049,226
1,233,990
i 4,504,507 I
119,193,271 I
6,973,094 j
3,405,466 i
I
97'., 857 !
110,291.254 !
I 654)335
I 1,247,385
|
148,914 I
j 596.003 I
14,532,818 |
! 118,833 i
172,738,803 |
i 588,262 !
! 146,234 !
.16,303,124 I
j 700,912 |
! 692,447 I
127,219,144
j 1,479,787 !
259,373 |
! 259,159
1,317,372 i
3,097,703 j
593,392 I
429,327 |
2,009,428 |
1,597,146 I
883,806 !
4,143,125 |
100,823

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.
$2,339
303
6,064
423
34,296
9,651
22,107
13,955
7,422
1,047
2,857
1,999
336
180,877
18,398
6,853
3,199
4,004
17,927
5,289
32,172
136,391
53,912
17,916
244
78,814
3,076
3,418
446
3,529
95,563
291
694,135
1,629
203
102,266
2,569
2,405
187,767
7,253
538
1,614
4,146
11,987
3,559
2,003
9,458
5,350
2,572
24,275
135

466,677 53,060 717,402,707 15,522,667 38,388 255,234,302 1,828,982

i States grouped to conceal the net income and the identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




122

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 6b.—PERSONAL, INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.
Hotel proprietors and
restaurateurs.
States and Territories. j
Net
|! her |
i of re-1 income,
iturns.

Labor, skilled an d
unskilled.

Insurance agents and
solicitors.

Net
income.

Income
Numtax,
ber
Net
normal of re- income.
and ad- turns.1;
ditional.

Income
tax,
normal
a n d additional.

1..

I
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia..
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
IS ew Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
States grouped1
Total

$43,402
6
36, 901
9
97,867
8
38,517
158 1,296,937
21
153,078
54
457,173
15
142,172
30
302,843
16
132,286
55,458 :
8
72,888
5
70,996 i
10
147 1,588,750 ;
339,087 j
35
213,140 i
38
74,672 i
11
78,339 I
13
169,733 i
14
244,091 !
30
312,156 i
42
223 2,303,174
947,561 !
54
58 i 541,186 i
25,031 !
3i
53 I 562,531 !
248,853 j
25
264,701 !
28 I
29,456 i
5!
17 ! 195,877 !
146 | 1,409,680 i
18,695 I
5 3 1 I 7,236,804
175,069
8 i
156,627 ;
19 j
210 1,621,407
68,577 '
9 !
446,295 :
16 j
444 4,644,319 i
93,398 :
14
33,089
6
38,266
6
129,237
13
411,551
49
85,366
13
104,898
13
60,107
9
203,818 '
32
119,523
14
372,434
42
69,565
10

$912
$187
27
$151,924
233 !
418
56,971 I
1,102 !
8
123,102 21
619
Ill
,921,639 i 15,602
12,090 i 269
474,289 ! 3,377
78
1,109 |
,168,218 I 20,216
4,647 ! 249
310,709 ' 7,912
18
1,386
174,827 ; 1,042
29
3,399
166,679
27
1,154
' 1,225
770,148 ; 5,384
117
415
20,755
240
17,774 I
56
635
4i
,501,375! 60,948
627 ! 5
19,206
103
723,381 1 5,113
2,684
837,490 ! 5,035
1,252 ' 135
64 i
324,292 i 1,148
702
588,329 i 4,873
84 |
265
659,436 i 4,395
2,381
58
444,888 I 3,288
1,957 ,
002,723 i 8,978
2,402 ; 125
809,050 ! 54,218
34,910 | 548
350,461
8,416
18,192 i 188
9,632
5,640 ! 146
,170,656-i
172
252 i 18
93,968 !
5,856 I 267
,885,181 ! 12,760
2,716 ! 20
328
102,220 I
2,260 : 93
617,624 i
4,743
191 i
1
0)
!
0)
1,710 :
45
292,882 j
1,116
,935,852 i
21,527 ! 399
24,787
67
7 I
C1)
152,455 ,424 13 ,784,922 1
4,870
62 j 368,815 i 189,841
1,137
1,655
13 i
83,460
616
14,841
373 2 ,808,337 j
307
41 i 392,871 ; 22,964
5,314
27,719
54 ; 299,696
1,300
106,599
655 i 5,
822,823
63,642
809
7fi i 605,468
5,582
297
28 | 156,606
715
196
22 i 126,134
681
1,164
80 j 476,177
2,618
3,131
061,020
125 1,
14,231
377
18 ! 116,009
656
149,414
835
31
547
348
111 ; 843,430
393,850
6,245
1,226
76
251,121
1,625
540
42;
066,874
1,299
2,380
132 i 1,
10,707
586
1 ]
C1)
8,592
0)

0) I

2,752 128,537,581 | 471,284 7,243 158,551,346

14
4
21
4
86
17
41
9
11
4
10
14
5
170
57
19
16
14
15
17
32

$141,430
23,017
165,871
15,331
972,689
231,561
337,210
91,143
52,788
23,869
83,780
77,305
27,095
1,128,990
275,422
84.800
!
; 161,396
144,849
|
150,938
118,642
I 174,958
919,498
142 !
477,863
76 !
484,186
41 j
4 I
18,956
52 j
272,626
12 !
92,215
108,953
17 I
22,108
4 |
68,128
12 |
830,675
C1)
369 I 2,580,353
17,982
43,283
7
232 I 1,431,053
36,701
3
148,271
20 |
366 ! 2,569,321
19 ! 151,120
6 !
40,547
2!
0)
12
i
54,793
40 j 240,818
9 !
45,676
35,424
8|
51,195
28 !
171,148
26 { 228,066
62 ;
387,167
2 i
(l)
j
92,847 j

M.j

/

••

12
596,590 2,304 j 16,104.057

$1,238
160
1,083
17
28,643
3,922
2,696
379
160
167
617
285
74
8,013
1,169
166
1,537
2,036
2,297
903
1,003
5,421
1,840
7,944
47
1,025
1,056
852
142
409
4,492

0)
26,353
73
288
8,084
519
1,138
21,066
1,252
254

0)
205
1,642
125
133
389
698
2,309
1,815
2,378
148,586

i States grouped to conceal the net income and the identity of the taxpayer where only one or two
returns appear under a distribution.




123

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TABLE 6b.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.

Lumbermen.
States and Territories.

i $255,081 !
Alabama
Alaska
| 136,534
Arizona
!
i 327,819 :
Arkansas
j
721,450
California
;
192.896 i
Colorado
j
511,946
Connecticut
i
Delaware
j
District of Columbia!
Florida
i 13 i 320,357 i
<»eoma..
! 18 i 187,375 !
Hawaii
J
1 i
0) \
Idaho
12 | 123,390 i
Illinois
! 3 3 I 380,000 !;
Indiana
I
9 I 102,916
Iowa
! 36 ! 622.534
Kansas
| 26 ! 395,533 i
Kentucky
i 24 ! 275,395 !
Louisiana
j 63 1,490,792
Maine
' 31 325,707
Maryland
j 11 203,152
Massachuset ts
j 18 165,550
Michigan
; 73 ll. 388, 441
Minnesota
j 56 j 923,512 ;
Mississippi
j 61 ! 791.828 |
Missouri
j 31 ! 438,921 '
Montana
; 12 ! 92,433 i
!
325,975 I
Nebraska
Nevada
!
64,681 !
New Hampshire....;
6
New Jersey
|
9 j 64,298 |
108,336 i
New Mexico
;
715,565 !
New York
| 70
North Carolina
i 15 ! 104,299 i
North Dakota
I
2 1
Ohio
I 33 ! 425,192 i
Oklahoma
j
6 ! 55,200
Oregon
j 44 ! 391, 208
Pennsylvania
j 74 ! ,230,664
69,908
9 i
Rhode Island
;
8 ! 54,769
South Carolina
!
81,019
6 i
South Dakota
5 2 I 588,533
Tennessee
Texas
i 41 I 602.851
44; 773
4
Utah
!
37, 721
4
Vermont
i
!
223,704
14
Virginia
Washington
j 117 ,545,316
144,579
West Virginia
; 18
Wisconsin
| 47 968, 732
31,128
5
Wyoming
I
59,322 I
States grou ped l
!.

Total

Number
of re-

Num-I

Merchants and dealers,
storekeepers, jobbers,
commission merchants,
etc.

Manufacturers.

Net
income.

Income Numtax,
ber
Net
normal of reand ad- turns. income.
ditional.

328 $2,860,376
187,460
30
131 1,640,557
1,388
95,500
807
547 5,027,931
40
'?, 925
316,099
2,337 2,249 30,524, 240
7,396
428 5.774,604
77,667
483 5,307,144
495
' 878,053
12,730
904 9,860,264
fi, 820
856 23,405,881
719,151
106 1,117,095
104 11,034; 603
790,822
286 3,392,636 I
579,634
29
)
13,970
243 2,394,353 i
958,897
67
5,667
12,274
513 5,615,498
154 2,085,817
1,036
22,827
86 1,012,260
21,978
9
126 1,312,455
124,660
1,080
2,977
4,098 1,814 142,297,823 1 276, 723 4,331 68,303,187
~«A 114,375,294 ' "
999 ill, ^53, 895
432
442, 290 1.167 110,049,193
6, 798
213 3, 000, 932
35,756 ' 642 6,1/10,416
4,055
77 1,355,589
27', 853
652 7, 209,606
1,683
218 3,157,170
864 11,894,374
137 2,248,792 j 32,348
35,022
30, 647
370 3,647,381
158 3, 051,462
l i ; 210
44,912 1,153 19,454,022
<tuv 1 8,271,401
469
2,372
167,990
I] 128 2.098 154,394,258
592,361 3,848 74,892,236
'775 119,836,484
19.086
649, 250 1,319 17,110,959
291 ! 5,640,286
6, 449
85,962 1,016 14,039,698
37 i 516,122
340 4,114,428
10,030
6,217
480 I 8,826,118
726
3:460
174,870 1, 339 23,818,117 I
W ! 206,326
493
' 820 643 3,729,713 !
66 j 927,824
6,206,107
5,483
9,129
3 j
23,495
39
344,776
(0
53
166 I 4,081,6?"
218 1,885,542
963 I
129, 269 1,910 27,508,194
339 ' 1,235 30,751,151
062,570
158 1, 762,101
1.006
()
(')
8,775 6,087 I149,771.032 139,856 11,113 254,485,877
180 3,495,299
321 3,663,130
• 630
83,617
7 j
62,315
223 1,799,217
(i)
482
1,688 |5I,041,395
2, 673 34, 295,913
4,537
013, 845
381 4,938,813
734: I 38 I 1,156', 215 , 35, 446
50
' 8?3. 496
373 4,310,492
3,309
37,943
15,565 i 3,082 J94,8?3',654 3, 493,112 4,994 78,315,588
384 12,985,243
386 6,990, 005
359 !
60,8, 414
52
'07, 715
215 1,887,133
275 I
7,006
48,586
8
160 1,447,194
252 i
90
214 3,900,955
851 8,866,961
4,985 I
87,150
158 2, 483, 228
1.834 20,209,042
8,391 I
54,246
130, 749
1?3 1,554,563
' 55 !
1, 086
111 1,368,786
160 1,758,302
475 i
16,318
133 I 2,268,728
603 6, 298,349
2,374 I
38,049
125 } 1,917,927
561 6,611,011
18,626 !
33,218
101 2,378.594
291 3,446,247
660 i
57,143
17,159 ! 571 10, 758; 722
210,554 1,238 11,059,650
2 i
(i)
87
878,370
173 i
(1)
34,594
454 I . . . .
$1,310

$916,522

$11,762

0)

O

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.
$26,177
1,243
28,955
56, 427
634,368
76,615
131,106
12, 247
56,229
20, 628
66,584
12, 721
12,252
1,850,561
157,161
78,213
64,862
79,890
222,097
33,334
616,624
2.303,869
261,717
213,750
66,324
480,626
45,941
76, 264
2,977
16, 275
627, 777
26, 051
8,902,405
72,222
12, 649
662,461
97,874
67,886
1,944,623
204,689
16,810
11,403
95,965
270,498
13,157
23,710
67,363
198,135
51,052
111,997
7,783

1,319 18,311,335 230,012 123,631 1589,310,945 19,354,134 -54,363 836,502,071 J21,192,547

^States crouped to conceal the. net income and the identity of the taxpayer where only one or two
returns appear under a distribution.




124

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TABLE 6b.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.
Mine owners and mineoperators.
States and Territories. Number
of returns.

Net
income.

$277 775
502,891
907,250
111 428
4,845,384
2,673,218
110,886

Income Numtax,
ber
Net
normal of reand ad- turns. income.
ditional.
$8 277
8 209
18,305
2 345
204,871
127,716
1,037

California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia..
Florida
Georgia

12
38
32
4
150
106
6
2
2
8
4

Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota

13
150
44
15
82
54
9
5
19
17
27
49

1,254,368
2,822,523
1,681,498
170,902
3 456,439
932,739
258,605
327,711
383,634
399,934
1,146,298
1,814,422

71 898
62,149
64,065
629
143 768
21,309
5,153
11 610
4,844
7,375
33,784
53,620

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

110
18
6
8

2,445,401
511,258
66,469
115,738

66,608
15,272
386
1,983

Alaska
Arizona

(0
190,316
24,507

0)

0)

5,488
226

0)

26
10
110
5

15,075
667,583
133 347
1 600
16,105,578 1,486,704
541
69 225

118
402
8
488

3,188,476
88,973
41 292 280 3 846 798
1,051
107,573
17,585,253
671,955

1
3
15
89
31
2
9
35
174
24
13

W vominff

States grouped *
Total

(i)

0)

40 622
248,680
2,221,718
726 881
104,214
1,052,430
3,419,577
515,575
253 770
124,423

0)
253
2,355
38,523
18 113

(0
302
33,392
62,909
10,791
5 137
1,359

Sportsmen and turfmen.

Saloon keepers.

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

3
1

$16,449

88
1
37
4
30
4
2
11

476,269
247,438
33,192
250,386
25,631
(l)
79 785

2,136
309
2,671
212

143
19
1

1,008,768
93,474

8,554
357

15
20
1
37
105
69
20

95,119
150,776

(i)

(0

(i}

(i)

Income
Numtax,
ber
Net
normal
of re- income. and adturns.
ditional.

$104
(i)

2,744

9
1
6

$58,302

2
1
2

(0
1

21
9

0)

0

187,354
50,174
21,716

636
1,328

4

22,628

0)

307

$466

0)

25,113

C1
)

C)

60

0)
C11
)
C)
2,409
252
71
(i)

0)

(i)

170

0)

238,434
686,586
462,054
159,741

1,687
5,581
3,662
^,407

g
16
5
4

54,545
148,649
51,732
29,601

483
1,772
608
290

60
48
28
1
2
33
4
113

590,639
406,299
173,648

12,789
4,899
1,323

21

i34,65i

i,047

203,879
31 753
702,193

1,728
315
5,007

93

573,828

173
13

1,507,832
74,634

6
1
70
4
6
3
2
38
2

2,554 115,288,799 7,226,758 1,311

0)
0)

(0
(0

19,663

0)
9

69,944

615

45
2

504,555

9,264

3,593

33
1

234,533

1,555

18,527
350

22

165,820

1
64 120

0)

538,118
23 160
12'813
170,114

174

C1)

693

0)
5,170
147
745
48

0)

198,243

538
5,036

9,356,499

92,601

1
3
1
1
3
2
1

1,609

0)
0)

(0

0)

0)
0)

32,336

16,427
(|)

C1)

0)
0)

439

109

135,962

1,027

245 1,963,705

22,420

i States grouped to conceal the net income and the identity of the tax where only one or two
returns appear under a distribution.




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TABLE 6b.—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY STATES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.
Theatrical b u s i n e s s :
Owners, managers, etc.
States and Territories.

Number
of returns.

3
Alabama
2
Alaska .
3
Arizona
2
Arkansas..
California
86
7
Colorado
5
Connecticut
2
Delaware
7
District of Columbia.
Florida
9
Georgia
6
9
H awaii .
Idaho
Illinois
93
Indiana
4
8
Towa
Kansas
3
3
Kentucky
2
Louisiana.
Maine
10
Maryland.. Massachusetts
34
Michigan..
Minnesota
2
Mississippi
Missouri
12
Montana
9
Nebraska
2
Nevada
New Hampshire
5
24
New Jersey
New Mexico
281
New York
North Carolina
3
North Dakota
Ohio
35
6
Oklahoma
1
Oregon..
Pennsylvania
63
3
Rhode Island
South Carolina..
South Dakota
Tennessee
......
Texas
11
Utah..
2
Vermont
Virginia
5
Washington...
13
4
West Virginia
9
"Wisconsin
1
Wyoming
States grouped 1
Total

Net
income.

$76,325
(i)

Income N u intax,
fo ernormal
and ad- of returns.
ditional.
$1,993
(i)

697

46,635
(i)

935 368
52 084
60 256
(i)

11,440
111
802
(i)

56,687

' 368

(i)

(i)

43.376
(i)

1,513.888
34.098
52.999
19,120
321 242

C)

28.422
109.671
904.546
294.264
99,092
(i)

100.901
36,185

' 286
(i)

33,786
366
145
142
33
(i)

209
1.270
31,906
1,871
310
(i)
1

570
181

(l)
(i)

(L)

24,835
201,243

93
2 173

5,529,146
19,729

143,286
43

339,530
50,666

2,715
333

1,014,332
67. 064

24,787
1,182

(i)

(i)

104,832
(i)
(i)

24,637
252,659
23,823
61,309
(i)

195,160

811 12,405,124

All other business.

n\

908
(i)

C1)
91
4,516
152
52
(i)

116
11
38
94
719
178
434
80
121
70
152
53
19
1,849
294
339
254
135
262
120
349
1,452
504
350
38
566
63
180
13
67
884
17
3,940
81
50
930
108
104
1,717
206
41
172
468
47
26
192
234
92
328
27

Net
income.

$983,107
59 656
261,858
779.215
8. 745 191
1 656 695
4,882,624
1.470 856
1,144 590
550 502
2,047.712
586 842
109,967
19,792 735
2 677.180
2,749.555
3.100 967
1 0 1 7 677
2.8S0 939
1,072 634
4.036,794
17,806.404
6,699,730
4.270,184
266.615
5,395,918
528.120
1,345.967
79,959
754,436
9,843.057
160,754
63,522,719
801,318
420,395
10.438,303
1,519.047
1,002 610
27,267.816
2,101,928
127,268
304,691
1,291,233
4.676,127
506.259
396,109
2,073,945
2,444.622
1.326,828
2,367,788
202,941

Business not stated.

Income Numtax,
ber
normal
and ad- of returns,
ditional.
$8,428
374
1.738
9. 585
151,786
20 550
94,453
76. 035
16.689
4.949
32.729
7.220
588
291.653
31,180
23,702
45.750
6.761
42,434
10, 772
61,420
369,279
138,789
55.714
1,922
59.387
3,809
7,082
205
13,057
154.030
1,660
1,863,567
7,836
3,721
149.362
36,566
11,544
940,407
22,508
466
1,817
6,958
73,614
2,267
6,911
24,636
31, 781
34,276
16,803
1,892

Income

Net
income.

tax,
normal
and additional.

$3,115
$515,980
81
1.182
118,725
18
4.657
298,473
28
897.877
8,234
117
121,143
420 5,434.199
19,777
115 1,543 897
342,019
302 6.910.728
17.335
60 1.070 292
21,385
127 1,262 099
745 929
7.275
82
15,535
178 1.684.461
28,470
45 1.321-342
2,986
294 886
34
310 203
719 11,346 656
43,999
192 2.676 818
25,561
233 1,948.919
12.764
140 1,256.830
6,457
104
819,772
17, 766
100 1,180 484
3,172
448 565
55
71,935
365 4,590 621
607, 724
943 19.496.601
125,277
410 5,682 699
70,240
300 3,807,930
673 612
8,121
33,591
173 1,989.323
33,776
96 1,188.641
5,859
660.140
70
729
56.600
6
9,662
604,818
44
135,152
479 6,707,143
3,782
344.128
34
2,867 77,169-650 3,112,840
125.561
74 1,849,934
5,189
71
570,022
313,264
697 12,821,304
24,383
95 1,249,121
7,053
545,574
60
449,172
1,127 19,654,534
151,716
76 2,696,316
395
86,452
14
2,916
320.677
35
17,914
1,576,459
179
71,422
349 3,924,631
3,305
464,107
62
2,177
264,730
34
9,369
106 1,099,861
17,312
184 1,590,354
17,115
90 1,320,604
91,174
180 2,403,063
5,070
417,245
36

1,886
268,703 18,605 230,550,387 4,980,662 12,478 217,603,826 6,546,230

1
States grouped to conceal the net income and the identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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TABLE 6c—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY CLASSES, FOR THE UNITED STATES.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
Accounting
professions:
Accountants,
statisticians, actuaries, etc.
Income class.
Number
of returns.

Net
income.

1,498 $5,237,376
$3,000-84,0001
137
475,501
$3,000-84,000
1,001 4,436,814
$4,000-85,000
536 2,933,719
$5,000-86,000
280 1,805,947
$6,000-87,000...
$7,0O0-$8,000
172 1,299,735
140 1,183,663
$8,000-^9,000
$9,000-$10,000
85
806,027
$10,000-815,000....
201 2,395,338
$15,000-120,000
78 1,336,183
$20,000-825,000....
28
618,126
$25,000-830,000....
19
509,294
$30,000-$40i000..
21
691,080
$40,000-$50,000....
8
363,776
$50.000-$60,000....
12
651,179
$60,000-$70,000 .
3
183,265
$70,000-880,000....
3
218,330
$80,000-890,000,
5
391,932
S90,000-$100,000
$100.000-8150,000
1
(2)
$150,000-1200.000
8200,000-$250 000
$250,000-$300,000....
1
(2)
8300,000-8400,000..
$400,000-$500.000
$500,000-«l .000.000
$1,000,000-11,500,000.
i
$1,500,000-$2,000,000.
$2,000,000-13,000,000.
$3,000,000 $4,000,000.
$4,000,000-85,000,000.
i
$5,000,000 an d o ve r
Classes g r o u p e d 2 . . .
395,516
Total

4,229 25,932,801

1

Income Numtax,
ber
normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.

$1,143
6,975
12,063
9.703
9,097
8,989
6,661
23,004
14,439
7,689
8,821
12,486
5,799
13,832
4,202
6,625
9,804
(2)

236
30
243
174
152
91
76
63
160
63
34
29
28
13
•7

6
1
1
2

Income Numtax,
ber
normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.

Net
income.

$827,346
108,965
1,089,358
944,223
984,094
676,399
638,224
592,731
1,922,595
1.091,873
744,784
776,512
882,019
544,424
325,107
401,800
293,716
(2)

1

Net
income.

$605,769
101,061
598,546
500,504
399,360
419,012
304,427
273,969
809,156
672,145
327,485
289,191
856,843
140,299

(2)

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

$327
1,542
2,209
2,641
3,100
2,685
2,241
8 ; 296
6.895
4,055
4,5-84
13,037
3,379

(2)

2

()
i2)

()
(2)

2

(2)

1
I

(2)

o

;

j

22,579

171
28
134
92
63
56
36
29
69
40
15
11
27
4
2
3
2

S498
2,157
3,752
6,230
4,350
5,196
4,862
18,973
11,414
10,519
11,503
13,732
9,217
4,817
9,809
7,149

2

1
(2)

Vrtists: Painters,
sculptors, etc.

Architect

:

856,951

183,911 1,419 13,701,121

154,108

1,353,806

29,930
786

63,716

7,651,573

118,767

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Ciassss grouped to coi?eal the not income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.
2




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TABLE 6c. PERSONAL INCOME TAX -OCCUPATIONS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY CLASSES, FOB THE UNITED STATES.
llu?.):ir> return* t l\>r th-» e i h n Ur ye.ir eiidsl Dec. 31, 1910.J
Authors, editors, reporters, etc.
Income class.

Numberof re-

Net
i iconic.

Income •Number
normal
and ad- i of re-

Net
iiconie.

<iit L o i t a l .

*UM«' s i 00')'.
•S3,000-S 1.000
<l,0(X)-85,000
•^5 00'* -^6 00'!
S'i, 000-S57,000
£7.000 -SS.000...
•X8.000-S9 000

507
X2
501
321
227
156
113

S10,00"}-fcl 5.000.
Sl.">,OO)-i52).OOO...
S20.00 )-^25.000
$25,00' 1-S30.000....
$30,00)-? 10 000
S 10,00. MftO.000..
•*50.ooo-S6o.ooo...
Si iO,OOi>-Sf 70,000..
S70,000-^X0,000
^80,000-^90,000
*90.000-^100,000
S100.000-.S150.00-0..
Si 50,OOP-S 200.000

22S

S^.-JO oi)O

$250,000-S300,00<>.
•S300 ooo s ; o o ooo
SjOO 000-S500 000
? r > o ; ) , o o o - ? i o o o <><>')
S ! . 5 ' )

),0.';')-

•':>

{))•)

59
35
24
21

9
s

c

1
s
2
.)
1
1

39t>

957

O'O
429
179
209

2 7?2,
1 SS5,
I 250, 00:'
x-^7 123
i:V\.95X
X75, 5) !
391, ()•'»•;
532, HI 1
570, 70'.?
510. ,".'! 1
36S, X,">S
901. S5:)
' 2)
l 2)
f2 .
( 2 ,
' 'I,

$791
1.250
7.695
9,037
8,250
6,8,")2
7,067
2o,656
20,2S1
15,117
11,721
12,020
13,147
s.539
11.775
13,912
12,795
7,763
.'•3 132

12
104
275
162
76
70
:A
99
40
12
j;>
9
X
')
;;

,414 055
147 412
075
750
1 .040 OOf.
574 397
-,()9 'M6
515 301
1 ,164 091
656 9X2
225 902
26 T, 154
214 463
297, 3XS

SI

1 , 799
1 500

(2

1
1
1
•
>

- ;

'

! '-

Income
Net
income.

1 551 $5,450 774
628 408
S395
171
3,321 1,290 0 , 748, 826
'), 085
833 4 533 838
5.9()7
5S5 3, 775 147
3,919
386 2, 866, 068
268 9 966 490
1,225
4.015
185 1, 752 985
1O,24S
592
074 236
6,064
273 4, 604,492
2,103
136 9 969, 104
2. 704
90 2 392, 960
2,930
101 3, 382.294
3.M9
45 1, 972. 784
29 1, 488.442
719, 799
11
748, 423
10
i -2j
1, 063, 797
(-2)
5
469, 630
! '^
30 3, 143.963
( '-)
11 1, 808, 615
3
6^4 595
804, 594
4
931, 187
(*\
1
•

( "
^ 2
; '2
I 2)

1

2

Income N u m ber
normal
and ad- of returns.
diiional.

~l)

2

i '-'

,

,' ._> ,

normal
i and additional.

$1 515
10 556
19, 2^9
22 246
20 503
17, 460
15 151
67, 072
45, 897
34, 681
31, 167
50, 803
33, 345
26, 764
17, 432
18, 736
25, 944
13, 723
115, 618
78, 301
36, 863
37, 039
61 301
(2)

( r V )

^2 0 ) ) 00 ) S J O'K) 000
S>,0 )),{),) ) - S l 0.')) 000
SI 00) 000 85 00 ) 000
$5.000.000 and o.-er
classes grouped Total
1

1 825, X06
21. 077,

158.

92,709
:-.23,5iX 1,671

10

1, 761, 881

712

12,705

X93

(iS.ofiO 6,628 63, 319, 332

617

ill

•S200 000

no

S)4 \*\
285, 961
2 251, 327
1 719 '?31
1
1 159, :',90

•<]

Engineers: Civil, mi nine;,
etc.

Clergymen.

993

Noiilaxub'e: speeKic exemption and dividends exceed net income.
- Classes t»roiiT>o'd to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpa\er where only one or two returns
Mppear under n distribution.




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Lawyers and judges.

Income class.

Income Numtax,
normal , bern
«
andad-l°Ie;

Number
of returns.

$3,000-S4,000 i
$3,000-14,000
$4,000-$5,000
,
$5,000-86,000
,
$6, 000-87,000
,
$7, 000-88,000
$8,000-^9,000
$9, 000-310,000
$10,000-$15,000
115,000-S20,000
$20,000-S25,000
$25,000-830,000
$30,000-140,000
$40,000-S50,000
$50,000-160,000
$60,000-870,000
$70,000-S80,000
$80,000-$'90,000
$90,000-8100,000 . . . .
$100,000-1150,000...
$150,000-S200,000 . . .
$200,000-1250,000...
$250,000-8300,000 . . .
$300,000-8400,000 . . .
$400,000-8500,000 . . .
$500,000-$l,000,000 ..
$1,000,000-11,500,000.
$1,500,000- $2,000,000.
$2,0)0,000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 a n d over..
Classes g r o u p e d 2 . . .

Total.

Medical profession: Physicians, surgeons, oculists,
dentists, nurses, and other
medical specialists.

Net
income,

3,379
466
3,505
2,654
1,852
1,383
1,075
829
2,538
1,186
647
435
438
251
174
97
68
46
44
108
44
18
10
8
4
10
2

$12,096,053
1,640,610
15,701,413
14,561,236
11,974,840
10,322,138
9,092,397
7,809,294
30,539,198
20,168,828
14,054,432
11,284,431
14,210,430
10,336, 562
8,651,126
5,581,174
4,585,668
3,388,790
3,570.318
11,871,183
6,390,695
3,675,131
2,027,201
2, 703, 287
874,672
5,271,556
(2)

4,413
31,535
67,443
73,692
75,847
i 76,102
i 77,909
i 313,314
! 227,957
'• 182,346
163,056
! 230,559
191,964
I 188,769
! 127,823
| 120,402
I 93,190
i 106,610
! 427,035
j 280,926
189,073
I 114,824
I 178,628
j 43,386
449,519
2

.! 2.756,641

253,547

Net
income,

ditional. i turns.

(2J

I

( )
(2)

4,631
493
4,494
3,081
1,883
1,234
941
673
1,576
629
284
105
160
65
23
26
7
10
6
10
6
4
1
4
1
I

$16,462,923
1,745,705
20,158,295
16,801,028
12,168,874
9,170,351
7,895,168
6,351,804
18,869,279
10,550,496
6,201,366
2,619,703
4,976,108
2,483,920
1,016,546
1,446,570
411,717
451,225
434,893
1,148,309
393,143
265, 266
(2)
966, 829
(2)

586,892

Public service: Civil.

Income
Numtax,
ber
normal
and ad- of returns.
| ditional.

$6,077
44,230
103,534
81,595
72,859
69,567
60,314
201,919
123,117
78,529
35,261
77,201
42,207
21,522
36,589
8,547
10,855
12,309
37,519
13,020
8,918
(2)
68,688
()

42,268 I

928
122
574
340
225
227
128
85
191
67
29
19
19
11
8
3
2
3
2
4
2

Net
income.

224,973
430,289
538,522
841,738
452,310
695,081
081,307
805,761
241,640
157,273
614,849
480,453
619,441
384,327
382,298
164,963
137,910
506,564

667,588 j

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

$1,233
5,163
8,132
9,210
13,868
' 9,000
6,940
22,314
11,232
7,004
5,639
8, 769
5,264
5,776
3,168
(2)
2,378
(2)
16,995
(2)

16,641

21,273 245,139,302 4,289,869 |20,348 j 143,577,410 1,256,645 2,992 20,427,287 I 158,726

1
Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
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Public Service: Military.

From kinderTheatrical profession: Teachers: university; also
garten to
Actors, singers, musischool and college officians, etc.
cials.

Income class.
Income
Numtax,
ber
Net
normal
of re- income. and adturns.
ditional.

$3,000-$4,000i
1,814 $6,451,128
$3,000-14,000
368 1,290,069 *"'jf3,"882"
$4,000-155,000
1,457 6,507,829
15,741
$5,000-$6.000
793 4,319,048
21,570
$6,000-17,000
387 2,486,031
15,842
$7,000-18,000
187 1,371,943
9,936
$8,000-$9,000
126 1,056,428
7,715
$9,000-$10,000
63
584,417
4,833
$10,000-$15,000
136 1,544,791
12,330
815,000-820,000
48
739,270
4,623
$20,000-325,000
25
448,335
5,046
$25,000-$30,000
22
498,297
5,013
$30,000-$40,000
13
362,014
5,017
$40,000-850,000. ..
4
41,501
430
$50i000-$60,000. . . . .
3
63,265
835
$60,000-$70,000
1
(2)
(2)
$70,000-180,000
3
180,295
5,289
$SO,000-$90,000
1
(2)
(2)
$90,000-$l 00,000
2
(2)
(2)
2
$100,000-1150,000....
()
(2)
$150,000-$200,000....
2
()
(2)
$200,000-$250,000....
(2)
(2)
$250,000-$300,000....
2
2
()
(2)
8300,000-8400,000 - $400,000-1500,000....
8500,000-81,000,000 -.
$1,000,000-$1,500,000.
$1,500,000-$2,000,000.
$2,000,000- $3,000,000.
$3,000,000- $4,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 and over .
1,021,248
40,279
Classes grouped2

Total

5,459 28,965,909

1
2

158,381

Number
Net
of re- income.
turns.

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

116
35
149
121
73
53
47
40
110
51
32
20
21
7
9
3
8

$408,919
122,358
666,492
659,278
472,419
395,414
386,564
371,940
1,370,598
839,957
686,413
495,911
577,671
290,458
389,855
52,854
435,782

$487
2,069
3,423
3,625
3,589
3,597
3,418
17,024
11,251
11,161
9,374
10,441
7,136
9,371
732
12,347

5
5
4
2
2
1

476,862
335,609
557,788
(2)
(2)
(2)

1,135,785
914 11,128,927

18,003
12,627
25,381
(2)
<:2)
(2)
...... .
;•

77,800

Number
Net
of re- income.
turns.

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

702 $2,474,795
102
356,035
627 2,809,114
427 2,325,418
286 1,838,244
185 1,375,263
119 1,000,763
93
866,618
218 2,556,454
78 1,323,597
28
583,274
12
294,284
13
290,739
13
494,471
5
194,435
5
184,317
2
(2)
2
(2)
1
(2)
1
(2)

$896
5,501
9,833
10,356
9,458
7,056
6,312
20,353
12,005
5,864
4,237
4,306
6,554
3,468
3,275
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)

377,930

8,487

242,854 2,919 19,345,751

117,961

Nontaxable: specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.
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All other professions and
occupations.

Income class.

$3,000-$4,000 i
$3,000-14,000
$4,000-$5,000
$5,000-$6,000
$6,000-$7,000
$7,000-$8,000
$8,000-$9,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-$15,000
$15,000-$20,000
$20,000-$25,000
$25,000-$30,000
$30,000-140,000
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-860,000
$60,000-$70,000
$70,000-180,000
$80,000-$90,000
$90,000-$100,000.....
$100,000-$150,000....
$150,000-$200,000....
$200,000-$250,000....
$250,000-$300,000....
$300,000-$400,000....
$400,000-$500,000
$500,000-$l,000,000..
$1,000,000-$1,500,000.
$1,500,000-$2,000,000.
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-14,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 and over..
Classes grouped 2
Total

Number
Net
of re- income.
turns.

667
108
564
425
261
164
107
81
241
106
53
21
34
15
12
14
7
4
4
9
5
3
3
2
1
1
1

$2,337,315
375,038
2,507,882
2,327,693
1,677,346
1,219,297
908,048
763,926
2,863,955
1,787,536
1.149,672
547,093
1,160,909
655,795
643, 767
848,741
447,509
268,735
379,513
881,320
874,496
563,355
617,426
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)

2,831,213
2,913 28,637,580

1
2

Professions or occupations Agriculturists: F a r m e r s ,
stock raisers, orchardists,
not stated.
etc.

Income Numtax,
ber
Net
normal of re- income.
and ad- turns.
ditional.

1,657
$1,001 247
5,002 1,390
10,503 1,020
9,958 597
8,295 425
6,626 299
6,425 218
29,065 648
19,402 281
12,793 155
92
6,333
17,393 120
58
10,826
40
13,023
23
17,427
15
10,023
11
5,757
7
13,205
21
25,554
11
39,828
5
25,812
6
31, 751
3
(2)
(2)
2
1
(2)
()

225,895

$5,843,459
868, 738
6,213,252
5,551,552
3,850,417
3,251,076
2,519,637
2,060,452
7,816,240
4, 750, 200
3,369,429
2,449,344
3,877,344
2,500,762
2,113,013
1,191,936
1,073,383
765,900
644,793
2,596,160
1,754,231
719,455
1,653,760
(2)
2

()

1,604,152

551,897 7,350 69,038,685

Income Numtax,
ber
normal of re- Net income.
and ad- turns.
ditional.

2,982
$2,669
385
11,812 2,617
22,049 2,010
20,617 1,345
993
20,296
690
15,876
555
15,352
57,392 1,306
568
38,476
284
30,692
160
26,751
185
47,482
73
31,847
53
35,073
33
21,215
24
24,496
11
15,216
13
15,451
83
92,553
13
65,044
9
31,319
2
88,728
4
(2)
7
2
(2)

164,i64

$10,516,746
1,356,591
11,767,415
10,964,667
8,684,810
7,391,754
5,834, 712
5,239,433
15,663,895
9,681,937
6,194,653
4,292,592
6,251,624
3,082,160
2,802,542
2,062,709
1,677,076
859,188
1,169,603
4,805,349
2,127,721
1,841,515
(2)
1,241,875
% 539,601
(2)

1,592,264

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

$4,097
27,255
52,694
58,492
57,955
52,898
52,644
169,405
114,863
84,883
64,988
105,121
56,651
61,940
43,137
39,129
23,635
31,275
159,336
91,143
94,658
79,488
167, 277
(2)

122,981

834,570 14,407 129,642,432 1,815,945

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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TABLE 6c—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY CLASSES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.

Bankers.

Real-estate brokers: Agents
and salesmen.

Stock and bond brokers.
i

Income class.

$3,000-$4,0001
$3,000-$4,000
$4,000-$5,000
$5,000-$6,000
$6,000-$7,000
$7,000-$8,000
$8,000-19,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-$15,000
$15,000-$20,000
$20,000-$25,000
$25,000-$30,000
$3O,OOO-$4O,OOO
$40,000-$50,000
$50,000-160,000
$60,000-870,000
$70,000-180,000
$80,000-190,000
$90,000-$100,000
$100,000-$150,000....
$150,000-$200,000....
$200,000-$250,000....
$250,000-$300,000....
$300,000-$400.000
$400,000-$500;000....
$500,000-$l,000,000..
$l,000,000-$l,500,000.
$1,500,000-12,000,000.
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
S3,000,000-$4,000,000.
$4,OOO,OOO-$5,OOO,OOO.
$5,000,000 a n d o v e r . .
Classes g r o u p e d 2

Total

Num
ber
of returns

704
48
827
653
540
436
356
273
841
472
261
173
228
124
104
67
52
30
29
89
54
43
16
30
19
24
11
3
4
4
1
2

Net
income.

Income Numtax,
ber
normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.

Net
income.

1,020 $3,619,437
381,035
109
$429
3,375 1,061 4,775,077
763 4,175,655
7,666
554 3,581,627
10,594
390 2,906,422
12,991
300 2,531,127
15,139
233 2,200,131
13,493
676 8,208,765
64,696
359 6,145,770
62,033
176 3,844,065
57,414
180 4,796,803
49,265
110 3,554,073
105,721
60 2,578,558
88,538
39 2,038,624
107,621
25 1,506,683
92,159
820,568
11
94,618
17 1,209,051
65; 255
945,384
11
72,073
27 3,120,488
385, 299
7 1,098,319
408,147
5 1,057,634
492,818
890.464
4
263,473
2
2
610,761
2
1
616,080
5 3,571,057
1,388,714
1,163,182
512, 454
1
(2)
1,175,920
1,692,991
2
()
(2)
(2)
2 663 170
2,700,060
19 ^52 982
$2,520,609
168,012
3,717,845
3,592,344
3,492,361
3,258,894
3,018,788
2,589,767
10,158,992
8,072,715
5, 724, 785
4,608, 715
7,675,767
5,321,359
5,479,803
4,103,565
3,750,529
2,442,616
2,497,539
10,549,669
8,873,507
9,112,078
4,249, 244
9,408, 766
8,106,628
15,357,583
11,585,623
4,587,713
9,564,115
14,127,220

(5
()

Income Numtax,
ber
normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.

$984
10,417
18,757
21,713
21,705
21,259
20,626
82,610
67,054
47,820
76,057
54,869
44,504
40,451
37,004
19,764
31,715
26, 766
110,912
51,434
50,227
48,931
(2)
(2)
314,094
(2)

130
39
210
178
152
148
97
104
356
261
190
63
220
143
88
75
58
56
31
104
49
21
18
14
9
16
3
4
1
1

Net
income.

$470,688
136,015
938,655
967,365
976,189
1,108,951
820,971
982,894
4,411,314
4,501,628
4,188,237
1,656,443
7,529,865
6,294,443
4,754,084
4,695, 712
4,178,813
4,654,796
2,759,696
12,475,485
7,870,571
4,355,724
4,220,290
4,436,641
3,904,315
10,405,562
3,450,109
3,388,987
(2)
(2)

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

$324
2,037
4,071
6,041
7,702
6,186
9,153
46, 704
53,328
57,141
24,614
130,669
137,531
111,858
121,974
120,452
144,106
91,915
499,991
386,634
241,185
246,621
302,915
301,033
908,960
340,759
360,750
(2)
(2)

5,890,856

754,277

6,518 206,970,133 12,296,089 6,146 72,256,877 1,451,288 2,839 116,425,299

5,418,931

1
2

231,615

N on taxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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Insurance brokers.
Income class.

$3,000 to $4,000 1 . . . .
$3,000 to $4,000
$4,000 to $5,000
$5,000 to $6,000
$6,000 to $7,000
$7,000 to $8,000
$8,000 t o $9,000
$9,000 to $10,000
$10,000 to $15,000....
$15,000 to $20,000....
$20,000 to $25,000....
$25,000 to $30,000....
$30,000 to $40,000....
$40,000 to $50,000....
$50,000 to $60,000....
$60,000 to $70,000....
$70,000 to $80,000....
$80,000 to $90,000....
$90,000 to $100,000...
$100,000 to $150,000..
$150,000 to $200,000..
$200,000 to $250,000..
$250,000 to $300,000..
$300,000 to $400,000..
$400 000 to $500 000
$500,000 to $1,000,000
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000
$5 000 000 and over
Classes grouped 2

Total

! Income

Number
of returns.
154
24
217
188
141
96
81
75
186
84
50
26
29
16
13
4
4
1
10
7
2
1
1
2
1
1

ditional.
$553,961
85,236
965,836
1,022,307
911,078
715,920
682,814
709,635
2,269,165
1,439,977
1,102,940
696,121
941, 447
682,458
643,922
258,679
302,786
(2)
940,990
871,685
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)

Number,
Net
of re- income.
turns.
$2,566,596
402,083
4,128,842
4,090,213
3,582,046
3,613,164
3,376,975
2,687,855
11,585,690
9,355,640
8,193,973
6,780,382
10,344,180
9,019,482
6,513,315
5,417,764
3,167,492
4,098,066
3,504,129
15,409,592
9,219,674
7,762,949
3,419,949
4,799,617
6,249,052
4,081,134
4 3,434,172

(2)
(2)

2,517,544
1,414 18,314,501

Capitalists: Investors and
speculators.

Income Numtax,
ber,
normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.

Net
income.

9,602 $32,854,943
$1,300 3,253 12,804,001
11,187 50,246,855
9,651
19,929 8,209 44,677,116
23,591 6,244 40,222,378
28,940 5,011 37,021,963
29,966 3,878 32,463,423
25,938 3,194 29,759,442
129,888 10,031 119,730,542
116,630 5,665 93,674,519
119,040 3,705 75,340,437
105,085 2,515 58,956,780
195,357 3,366 97,575,293
183,820 2,104 74,864,414
152,584 1,358 57,170,958
980 47,173,952
144,935
737 40,185,057
93,701
619 36,761,485
129,783
474 30,598,883
119,611
624,053 1,273 108,219,591
631 69,649,289
447,191
347 48,535,952
422,175
236 41,029,434
209,780
2C3 53,870,521
306,039
134 32,750,517
474,480
290 114,280,669
348,712
70 45,149,747
316,976
33 33,450,179
2
2
1
34 47,402,311
()
( )
9 20,918,125
8 11,459,734
2
(2)
(2)
5 40,429,506
3 16,055,907 2,053,686
9,692,782 1,230, 728

716
113
923
751
555
484
398
285
951
540
371
256
302
207
123
86
44
50
37
132
oti
37
13
17
15

$285
2,354
4,909
5,752
12,207
6,102
6,800
30,969
16,681
15,210
10,764
17,111
12,868
13,606
6,205
9,413
(2)
29,714
34,912
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)

(2)
(2)

Brokers: All other.

195,295

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

$35,223
114,477
150,162
181,764
196,690
185,948
178,616
788,406
612,959
610,981
554,696
1,057,429
972,610
914,091
776,761
771,490
779,446
730,575
3,261,963
2,641,690
2,205,333
2,072,243
3,178,647
2,121,324
8,764,878
4,123,633
3,636,468
4,740,634
2,465,806
1,348,219
5,368,940

431,157 7,479 182,552,715 8,063,569 85,465 1,679,228,016 55,540,102
I

1 Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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i

Commercial travelers.

Income class.

$3,000-14,000 i
$3,000-14,000
$4,000-^5,000
$5000$6;000

$e,ooo-$7,ooo

$7,000-18,000
$8,000-$9,000
$9,000-110,000
$10,000-S15,000
$15,000-120,000
$20,000-$25,000
$25,000-$30,000
$30,000-140,000
$40,000-150,000
$50,000-$60,000
$60,000-170,000
$70,000-$80,000
$80,000-890,000
$90,000-1100,000
$100,000-$150,000....
$150,000-$200,000
$200,000-$250,000....
$250,000-1300,000....
$300,000-$400,000....
$400,000-$500,000....
$500,000-$l,000,000..
$1,000,000-$1,500,000.
$l,500,000-$2,000,000.
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-$4,000,000.
$4,000,000-$5,000,000.
$5,000,000 a n d over..
Classes grouped 2
Total.

N amber,
of returns.

Net
income.

3,272111,505,363
'"'
464 ',642,313
,583,468
3,047
, 264, 546
1,889
,945,437
1,079
, 747,972
, 990,865
,017,654
319
,890,354
667
,897,013
229
,690,868
79
31
814,493
33
, 079,638
17
714,232
11
599,446
595,666
456,718
421,261
(2)

i Corporation officials: SecreI taries, managers, eash! iers, presidents, etc.

Income Numtax,
ber,
normal of reand ad- turns.
ditional.

$4,593|
27,998
47,533
43,127
35,264
36,120!
25,849!
79,066i
42,032!
21,202i
10,390;
15,024!
14,337i
11,789|
15,759|
13,691,'
8,785!
( 22 ) I

(2 )

|

() I

395,317
12,274 74,252,624

1

14,118 .

Net
income.

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen,
office employees, etc.

Number,
of returns.

Income
Net
ditional.

919,987i
9,006 $31,
11,036 $38,814,467
702
488,971!
$6,963 1,340 4,696,798
8,619
530,181!
60,022 8,615 38,270,091!
6,353
664,588
124,543 5,263 28,547,502!
4,646
968,650
148,193 3,243 20,889,9911
3,320
770,4491
149,920! 2,052 15,284,7211
2,536
451,648
135.231 1,410 11,914; 595|
2,008
971,495
133,619' 1,003 9,488,2601
6,028
069,7431
573,2601 2,328 27,732,577
3,018
824,906
434,248!
880 14,909,095
1,783
205,244
376,032;
367 8,044,236
1,080
847,602
322,901)
201! 5,311,412
1,190
297,035
521,543
365111,927,531
724
085,639
456; 429
" ' 4,117,710
459
241,142
411,174
3,251,072
399,235
2308823
330| 20, 640,678
2,308,823
349,178
222| 15, 779,414
1,332,837
372,357
1951 15,704,522
1,406,282!
286,527
125 11, 151,393!
565,947
307,837| 1,411,283
338
23 2,463,759
348,182!
133
860,102
1,897,203
276,687
79
773,438
841,630
46
629,517
306,395!
45
904,605
1,649,935
020,365!
26
779,707
187,118 1,904,906
39
045,336
3
421,745
852,666
3
461,592
(2)
2
(2)
(2)
(2)
17,603,204 2,117,397

409,458

$12,756
68,232
117,888
119,735
106,283
88,042
75,160
240,422
144,767
82,738
64,697
161,835
63,523
62,066
47,625
27,426
35,840
17,780
84,205
83,258
(2)
106,239

18,465

466,677 53,060 717,402,707j 15,522,667 38,388 255,234,302 1, 828, 982

Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.
2




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STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 6c—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY CLASSES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.
Hotel proprietors and
restaurateurs.
Income class.

NumNet
ber
of re- income.
turns.
341 $1,206,236
215,739
61
445 1,997,955
481 2,612,380
250 1,610,754
205 1,521,396
147 1,242,972
120 1,137,227
325 3,909,851
150 2,583,544
81 1,770,847
35
955,088
46 1,544,061
19
847,890
13
717,289
7
391,743
4
308,319
2
(22)
2
C)
9 1,173,692
5
910,043
1
1
1
2

$3,000-$4,0001
$3,000-$4,000
$4,000-15,000
$5,000-$6,000
$6,000-37,000
$7,000-88,000
$8,000-$9,000
$9,000-$10,000
$10,000-815,000
$15,000-^20,000
$20,000-$25,000
$25,000-130,000
$30,000-140,000.
$40,000-150,000
$50,000-$60,000
$60,000-170,000
$70,000-880,000
$80,000-$90,000
$90,000-$ 100,000
$100,000-$150,000
$150,000-$200,000....
$200,000-1250,000
$250,000-1300,000....
$300,000-1400,000....
$400 000 $500 000
$5OO,OOO-$1,OOO,O66..
$1,000,000-11,500,000.
$1,500,000-12,000,000
$2,000,000 553,000,000
$3,000,000-14,000,000 .
$4,000,000-85,000,000..
$5,000 000 a n d over
2

Classes grouped
Total

()

1

(2)

1,880 555
2,752 28,537,581

1
2 Nontaxable,

Insurance agents and
solicitors.

Income Numtax,
Net
ber
normal of reand ad- turns. income.
ditional.

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

1,562 $5,530,963
558,386
$753 160
4,849 1,553 6,933,523
12,827 960 5,228,117
11,569 662 4,272,029
12,811 469 3,503,812
11.337 336 2,834,324
11,721 258 2,444,811
44,806 608 7,239,219
33,275 256 4,363,532
25,086
153 3,367,411
14,454
77 2,025,422
24,576
70 2,367,375
15,167
38 1,625,872
14,223
23 1,249,901
8,770
17 1,047,315
998,093
8,798
14
377,913
(2)
5
575,903
(2)
6
878,Q36
41,048
9
47,134
7 1,129,389
2
(2)
(2)
()

$1,504
13,366
23,717
26,683
26,144
23,589
21,395
74,981
51,603
41,355
30,312
41,535
30,962
27,884
24,269
25,801
10,976
18,485
30,932
51,097

Labor, skilled a n d
unskilled.

Number
Net
of re- income.
turns.
762 $2,649,069
44
151,064
492 2,184,659
313 1,708,182
185 1,190,154
94
703,646
73
619,969
58
550,409
147 1,755,852
48
834,612
29
665,213
16
439,238
15
523,408
6
259,562
8
423,793
2
(2)
4
293,102
3
253,045

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.
$333
3,846
7,293
7,053
4,293
5,133
4,117
16,340
9,158
7,749
6,341
8,463
3,449
7,030
(2)
7,362
7,289

128 080
471,284 7,243 58,551,346

(2)

(2)

1
(2)

2
1
1

(2)

(2)

899,080

43,337

596,590 2,304 16,104,057

148,586

specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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TABLE 6c—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY CLASSES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.

Lumbermen.
Income class.
Num-!
ber
Net
of re- income.
turns.

$3,000-$4,000 i
$3,000-$4,000
$4,000-85,000
$5,000-86,000
$6,000-87,000
$7,000-$8,000
$8,000-89,000
$9,000-810,000
$10,000-815,000
$15,000-$20,000
$20,000-825,000
$25,000-830,000
$30,000-840,000
$40,000-$50>000
$50,000-860,000
$60,000-870,000
..
$70,000-880,, 000
$80,000-890,000
$90,000-8100,000
$100,000-8150,000....
$150,000-8200,000
$200,000-8250,000....
$250,000-1300,000....
$300,000-8400,000....
$400,000-8500,000....
$500,000-81,000,000. .
$1,000,000-81,500,000.
$1,500,000-82,000,000.
$2,000,000-$3,000,000.
$3,000,000-84,000,000.
$4,000,000-85,000,000.
$5,000,000 a n d over..
Classes grouped 2...
Total

189
8
164
146
107
77
68
65
169
90
70
39
43
26
11
10
10
10
$
2
1
1

1666,833
28,275
740,832
802,121
697,273
572,282
570,835
617,227
,074,994
,525,169
,583,043
,018,955
439,488
076,258
582,683
636,282
671,340
850,102
379,784
953,016
(2)
C2)
(

Merchants a n d d c a i c r s
Storekeepers, j o b 1) e r s
commission
merchants
etc.

Manufacturers.

In

£° x mo j Numno?mal j ™
and ad- L^Jf"
tllrnb

ditional.l

$80
992
10,743
3,350
3,340
3,378|
3,424j
15,438i
10,261!
13,498
8,702
14,063!
13,492i
8,023>
13,220i
11,356!
17,670!
11,290,
27,352
(2)
(2)

Net
income.

-

,903| «u.,774,633
213
756,770
359 10,, 606,257
134 11 ,727,331
,218,300
733
,820,3211
448
,822,494
160
,328,194
984
,526,627
393
,823,620
020
,428,368
270
,727,336
'914
,096,546
,146
,075,227
642
,355,700
456
21,4,727
337
,252,767
229
,864,749
205
,000,464
165
948,429
404
321,289
184
141,204
111
, 075,730
46 12;
711 22,755,249
36 i : 316,848
706,989
38
18 20; 403,903
4 6, 552,503
11 971,631
C2)

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

$2,758
19,868
46,487
58,986
68.320
67.321
69,716
352,182
324,784
311,329
293,545
541,642
459,657
507,799
470,831
375,828
434,169
416,120
1,733,302
1,272,651
1,094,346
648,663
1,480,204
1,074,306
2,082,600
1,925,441
673,099
1,336,716
C3)

Num-!
of returns.

Net
income.

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

6 870 $24, 402,273
873,067
824
$8,636
884,362
7,761 34,884
84,222
"^
6,432 35, 247,401
159,088
4,952 32,,005,284
198,527
27,,631,931
203,528
2^802 23, 736,990
191,855
2,314 21, 903,091
193,908
833,264
6,956 84, 192,872
656,913
3,482 59, 909,704
549,476
1,973 43, 258,729
464,723
1,244 33, ,566,595
1,589 54,, 087,837 908,074
743,058
883 38, 395,435
642,458
546 29, 360,246
663,634
408 25, 716,979
592,948
292 21,,278,138
504,182
210 17,,434,191
517,227
160 15, 778,439
438 51, 330,259 1,973,173
683,474 1,297,145
171
819,914 1,404,602
122
173,987! 1,211.487
75
69 20, 753,0661 1, 575', 179
099,927! 1,024,616
33 22,
42 14, ,505,056! 2,095,181
374,513i 1,551,829
2
12
(2)
4

i;

3 ()

I

(2

824,543
1,319 18,311,335

1

40,340

10 696,739

1/ 464|.

9,098,311

943,614

230,012 23,631J589,310,945 19,354,134 54,363 836,502,071 21,192,547

Nontaxable, specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.
2




136

STATISTICS OF INCOME.

TABLE 6c—PERSONAL INCOME TAX—OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY CLASSES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.
Mine owners and mine
operators.
Income class.

NumNet
ber
of re- income.
turns.

Total

Income Numtax,
ber
normal
and ad- of returns.
ditional.

174
34
237
202
184
148
119
109
335
209
145
89
137
77
54
48
34
28
24
60
37
13
12
17
9
8
1
6

$617,732
119,883
$393
1,068,237
2,650
1,100,875
4,501
1,186,237
7,188
1,103,723
6,517
1,014,562
7,899
1,015,580
9,264
4,076,676
36,758
3,630,215
34,351
3,229,258
36,720
2,364,913
31,410
4,710,485
68,758
3,323,795
57,761
2,836,614
52;992
3,054,453
59,526
2,468,183
67,864
2,266,928
63,655
1,926,840
53,862
7,070,822
245,580
6,222,186
259,501
2 887 4R8
147,548
172,247
2.942 830
302,217
5,072,140
299,923
4,115,595
561,537
6,098,232
(2)
(2)
1,149,077
10,497,449

1
3

$3,000 t o $ 4 , 0 0 0 ! . .
$3,000 to$4,000....
$4,000 to$5,000....
$5,000 to$6,000....
$6,000 to $7,000....
$7,000 to$8,000....
$8,000 to$9,000....
$9,000 to$10,000...
$10,000 to $15,000..
$15,000 to $20,000..
$20,000 to $25,000..
$25,000 to $30,000..
$30,000 to $40,000..
$40,000 to $50,000..
$50,000 to $60,000..
$60,000 to $70,000..
$70,000 to $80,000..
$80,000 to $90,000..
$90,000 to $100,000.
$100,000 to $150,000 . .
$150,000 to $200,00C , .
$200,000 to $250,00C . .
$250,000 to $300,00C . .
$300,000 to $400,00C . .
$400 000 to $500 00C
$500,000 to $1,000,000
$1,000,000to $1,500,000
$l,500,000to$2,000,000
$ 2,000,000 to $3,000,000
$3,000,OOOto$4,000,000
$4,000,OOOto$5,000,000
$5,000,000 and over..
Classes grouped 2

Sportsmen and turfmen.

Saloon keepers.

2
(2)
(2)
()
(2)
29,266,868 3,487,059

266
31
306
194
147
89
66
39
99
38
10
7
8
3
3
2
1

Net
income.

Income Numtax,
ber
normal
and ad- of returns.
ditional.

$943,365
109,584
1,370,078 •
1,071,456
951,477
664,420
557,136
369,137
1,164,124
645,184
221,998
191,029
283,347
131,904
157,276
(2)
(2)

$382
3,745
5,760
7,522
5,867
5,282
3,963
14,215
8,767
3,360
3,506
5,194
2,358
2,854
(2)
(2)

1

(2)

(2)

i

2

34
13
50
32
40
13
12
11
19
12
1
1
4
1
1

Net
income.

$117,225
47,219
219,972
177,406
256,762
96,455
101,373
104,025
222,692
211,581
(2)
(2)
143,275
(2)
(2)

(2)

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

iilo
611
1,080
2,042
835
1,162
1,176
2,623
2,864
(2)
(2)
2,318
(2)
(2)

(2)

2

2,554 115,288,799 7,226,758 1,311

()

1

()

524,984

92,601

265,720

19,826

9,356,499

245

7,569

1,963,705

22,420

1
Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
2
Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




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TABLE 6c—PERSONAL INCOME TAX-OCCUPATIONS—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY CLASSES, FOR THE UNITED STATES—Con.
Theatrical b u s i n e s s :
Owners, managers, etc.
Income class.

NumNet
ber
of re- income.
turns.

83,000 to $4,009 i
$3X00 to $4,000
$4,000 to $5,000
$5,0C0 to $6,000
$6,000 to $7,000
$7,000 to $8,000
$8,000 to $9,G00
$9,000 to $10,000
$10,000 to $15,000....
$15,000 to $20,000....
$20,000 to $25,000....
$25,000 to $30,000....
$30,000 to $40,000....
$40,000 to $50,000....
$50,000 to $60,000....
$60,000 to $70,000....
$70,000 to $80,000....
$80,000 to $90,000....
$90,000 to $100,000...
$100,000 to $150,000..
$150,000 to $200,000..
$200,000 to $250,000..
$250,000 to $300,000..
$300,000 to $400,000..
$400,000 to $500,000
$500,000 to $1,000,000
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000
$5 000,000 and over

Classes grouped 2
Total

130 $465,898
29
100,084
106
472,516
97
530,581
62
400,926
45
337,225
41
346,423
33
311.479
85 1,026,325
50
860; 105
32
692,239
23
639,367
17
592,056
23
957,279
5
280,172
8
503,174
4
223,167
2
(2)
(2)
693,493
6
c
750,603
3
2

831,204
(2)

Income
tax,
normal
and additional.

$230
893
2,542
2,451
2,673
2,790
2,488
10,250
8,883
6,816
7,988
8,660
14,134
4,671
9,854
3,710
(2)
(2)
22,748
35,910
(2)
50,823
(2)

All other business.

Number
of returns.

Net
income.

Income
tax,
normal
a n d additional.

3,175 $11,231,181
337 1,191,317 ""$3*608
28,715
3,250 14,543,932
60,196
2,489 13,708,608
66,424
1,71? 11.028,287
62, C72
1,179 8', 825,283
58,407
905 7,655,167
55,518
673 6,338,198
223,577
1,917 23,236,287
172,288
930 15,884,528
152,678
513 11,457,824
107,942
288 7,701,171
205,611
399 13,353,938
149,812
202 8,674,245
146,066
140 7,242,447
138,813
96 6,021,820
151,561
87 6,231,796
115,826
50 4,035.066
87,978
36 3,204^170
414,362
102 11,688,906
380,595
52 8,627,596
301,455
27 5,960,742
182,530
14 3,453,600
281,363
13 4,366,887
(2)
(2)
3
677,424
12 7.506.953
(2)
3l ~'W"
1

(2)

(2)

Business not stated.

Number
of returns.
1,913
394
1,805
1,359
1,039
752
592
483
1,415
686
432
257
363
214
145
111
64
54
45
141
76
41
23
26
19
21
5
1
1
1

1,390,808
811 12,405,124

7G, 189

7,380,338

755,841

Net

income

fncome
tax,
normal
and additional.

$6,756,472
1,391,456 "'$5', 149
8,067,954
20,127
7,413,562
35,713
6,707,699
43,221
5,609,487
41,865
5,005,011
42,512
4.580.471
40,828
17;046,910 171,605
11,645,962 128,740
9,423,802 119,599
6,760,870
92,930
12,018,445 187,941
8,927,361 156,644
7,508,041 146.839
6,572,267 151,293
4,445,922 109,988
4,336,310 113,113
3,832,007 115,843
15,495,832 559,856
11,904,739 517,187
8,127,620 431,866
5,709,963 312,657
8.090,293 522,012
7,741,083 570,008
11,849,768 990,834
4,571,287 436,082
(2)
(2)
(2)
6,063,232

(2)
(2)
(2>,

481,778

268,703 18,605 230,550,387 4,980,662 12,478 217,603,826 6,546,230

1 Nontaxable; specific exemption and dividends exceed net income.
' Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer where only one or two returns
appear under a distribution.




TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

ALABAMA.

INDUSTRIES.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere..
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry.
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals..
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses




Total
number of
corporations
reporting,

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

Normal
tax.

$35,979
190,926
1,377
415,891
52
81

18

$17,773
170,720
1,120
171,394

$18,206
20,206
257
244,497

361,007

283,166

5,719

29,953,121

11,336,636

18,616,485

372,319

812,646
38,337
74,303
14,860
47,082
108

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

3

4,945

644,173

Number of
corporations.

512,639
24,480
50,142
14,854
38,502

30,940,349

11,977,253

18,963,096

300,007
13,857 j
24,161 |
6

$366
403

30

6,000
277
484
1
172
379,253

58,539

47,748

10,791

216

264,456
49,132
29,254
90,155

212,563
47,162
26,197
70,048

51,893
1,970
3,057
20,107

1,043
40
61
402

179,469

116,944

62,525

1,250

49

$215,712
51,458
20,494

$62,309
17,280
20,355

189,336

293,911

1,045,575

3,966,220

4,421,281

455,061

M

1,485
71,599

1,018
52,271

Q
O

488,922
46,188 I
21,096 !

34 j

$153,403
34, 178
139

467
19,328

20

615,357
103,580
21,451

126,435
57,392
355

4,542,221

5,234,753

692,532

7,358
7,533
75,530
20,889

12, 556
12, 158
83, 674
22, 495

5,198
4,625
8,144
1,606

18,815 i

29,641

10,826

1,710 :

8,724

7,014

3

22
23

25
26
27
29
30
31
33
34

Btee sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hosiery and knit goods . . . .
.
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other
Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

16
5

7
4

203,327
223,672

196,120
196,134

7,207
27,538

144
550

9
1

258,639
1,876

273,241
6,234

14,002
4,358

48

26

1,098,004

912,916

185,088

3,706

22

392,350

448,723

56,373

2
36

2
29

106,318
9,587,736

97,654
7,228,440

8,664
2,359,296

174
45,810

7

1,486,372

1,541,223

54,851

4

4

709 959

642 942

67 017

1 340

4

3

81,098

42,208

38,890

778

1

4,755

10,780

6,025

37
39

40
41
42

43
45
46

5

788,597

634,030

154,567

3,091

43

11,273,708

8,645,274

2,628,434

51,193

8

1,491,127

1,552,003

60,876

20
48

15
40

16,201,750
9,355,497

9,388,162
7,376,906

6,813,588
1,978,591

136,271
38,807

5
8

77,262
131,022

436,668
154,186

359,406
23,164

Total, iron and steel products

35
36

5
51

68

55

25,557,247

16,765,068

8,792,179

175,078

13

208,284

590,854

382,570

Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures

111
4
40

66
2
30

10,562,495
77,876
1,114,225

9,275,568
73 702
941,774

1,286,927
4 174
172,451

23,475
84
3,448

45
2
10

3,272,620
4,147
146,619

3,608,928
7,995
169,334

336,308
3 848
22,715

155

98

11,754,596

10,291,044

1,463,552

27,007

57

3,423,386

3,786,257

362,871

i

1
1

Ii,366

2

38,293

9,614
33,219

1,752
5,074

35
101

1

2,412

4,032

1,620

3

2

49,659

42,833

6,826

136

1

2,412

4,032

1,620

55

40

2 068 701

1 822,944

245,757

4,533

15

864,750

916, 714

51,964

15

864,750

916,714

51,964

Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes...
...
All other
Total, leather and finished products
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper.
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping end electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing




2

2

26,209

25,702

507

42

2,094,910

1,848,646

246,264

4,544

Q
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Classification No.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
ALABAMA—Continued.

47
48
49

50
51
5?

53
54
55
56
bi
58

59
60
61
6*>
63
64

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted..
All other
Total, liquors and beverages
Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Fertilizers...
Gas, illuminating and heating....
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes....
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allother
Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile...
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc....
Allother
G lass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

•*
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

2
1
30

19

$680,665

33

19

6
30
3
46
4
3

3
18
2
26
3
1

Total
deductions. Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

n, 210

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

2
1
11

152
36,854

$1,289
185
41,539

$79
33
4,685

$476,369

$204,296

$4,085

680,665

476,369

204,296

4,0S5

14

38,216

43,013

4,797

166,974
928 385
1 700
3,141,910
238 598
22 427

105,498
721 469
1,381
2,879,720
195,229
19,648

61,476
206 916
319
262,190
43,369
2,779

1,230
4,025
6
5,038
867
56

3
12
1
20
1
2

49,125
91,248
29,645
388,665
1,200
5,310

51,456
15S,571
31,803
442,528
1,400
6,538

2,331
67,323
2,158
53,863
200
1,228

23

14

753,935

491,840

262,095

5,233

9

173, 785

2,840,597

2,666,812

115

67

5,253,929

4,414,785

839,144

16,455

48

738,978

3,532,893

2,793,915

6
7

5
4

1 604,767
253,945

1,361,976
224,882

242,791
29,063

4,857
582

1
3

55,072
78,446

56,487
80,070

1,415
1,624

15
4
1

7

232,644
73,715

198,831
15,890

33,813
57,825

618
1,156

8
2
1

260,145
62,875
7,566

273,243
103,547
11,489

13,098
40,672
3 923

33

18

2,165,071

1,801,579

363,492

7,213

15

464,104

524, 836

60, 732

3
Ul

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Metals and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters
.
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons..
.. ..
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel.

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
Total, public utilities
Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies
Total, banks




. .

4
3
5

294 885
63,922
166,772

225 557
59,073
129, 235

69 328
4, 849
37, 537

1,387
96
750

1
1
3
1

30,282
6,720
6,025

33,910
6,765
15,547
311

3,628
45
9,522
311

18

12

525,579

413,865

111,714

2,233

6

43,027

56,533

13,50b

1
1
1

1
1

4,032
5,737

11,921
6,781

7,889
1,044

1

18,946

18,387

559

11

3
17

3
7

372 073
203,' 733

290 115
191,097

*1 958
12,636

1 63^
253

10

83,997

95,661

11,664

24
3
67

16
1
49

1,107,019
13,713
2,108,208

1,024,906
13,068
1,763,509

82,113
645
344,699

1,661
13
6, 856

8
2
18

101,876
11,351
363,483

120,349
14, 803
399,590

18,473
3,452
36,107

117

77

3,823,692

3,301,082

522,610

10,432

40

570,476

649,105

78,629

698

459

64,277,060

48,913,461

15,363,599

302,082

239

8,237,110

12,104,963

3,867,853

28
18
14
13
7

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering.
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries .

5
4
8
1

16
9
7
5
5

5,487,104
15,520,751
1,170,901
216,476
182,181

5,015,312
13, 702,981
957,398
93,243
112,917

471.792
1, 817, 770
213,503
123,233
69,264

9,454
36,355
4,271
2,464
1,385

12
9
7
8
2

364,993
2,434,157
707,076
75,943
2,811

455,641
2,691,175
776,086
107,108
4,006

90, 648
257,018
69,010
31,165
1,195

19
58

11
43

119,259
691,620

107,572
597,380

11,687
94,240

257
1,861

8
15

68,101
142,014

102,798
150,496

34,697
8,482

157

96

23,388,292

20,586, 803

2, 801,489

56,047

61

3, 795,095

4,287,310

492,215

86
226
24

84
199
18

3,835,750
2,759,559
684, 548

2,676,103
1,737,110
512,512

1,159,647
1,022,449
172,036

23,191
20,691
3,413

2
27
6

270,942
421,200
299,490

286, 870
821,164
324,308

15,928
396,961
24,818

336

301

7,279,857

4,925,725

2,354,132

47, 298

35

994, 732

1,432,342

437,710

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to

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
ALABAMA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting,

Banks and insurance companies—Continued.
Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allother

100
101
102
103

104
105

Total, insurance companies
Grand total—banks and insurance companies...
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
,
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies.
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of Alabama.




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

3
2
1
20

27,835

24,288

3,547

27

939,979

776,581

163,398

328 |

33

$454,994
58,384
48,306
350,460

8,219,836

5,702,306

2,517,530

50,523 |

13 j

$394,464
40,905
23,945
292,979

$60,530
17,479
24,361
57,481

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

$175,123
15,023

$9,312
3,574

w
H

484,572 |

496,353

11,781

O
U

661,832

686,499

24,667

41 [ 1,656,564 j 2,118,841

462,377

$1,211
350
487
1.106

$165,811
11,449

i—i

71
3,225 !

18
139
266
42
21

116
118
16
10

2,153,926
7,355,149
1,071,379
597,651
607,697

1,948,671
5,007,729
839,589
568,838
569,552

205,255
2,327,420
231,790
28,813
38,145

3,964
44,896
4,671
553
763

5
23
148
26
11

168,899
534,537
701,864
467,332
946,567

197,960
566,277
1,058,959
524,490
1,038,540

29,061
31,740
357,095
57,158
91,973

486

273

11,765,802

8,934,379

2,831,423

54,847

213

2,819,199

3,386,226

567,027

1,137
354

703

13,471,300

10,338,826

3,132,474

63,931

434
354

5,394,079

5,751,438
4,787

357,359
3,918

1,491
3,361

703

13,471,300
152,706,812

10,338,826
106,814,035

3,132,474
45,892,777

9121402

788
1,425

5,394,948
26,634,373

5,756,225
33,182,229

361,277
i, 547,856

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I
2
6
4

fi
7
9

9
10
11
12

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction^ minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Tron mines
Load and zinc mines
Quarries
..
Oil, gas, and salt wells
Allother
Total, extraction of minerals

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine .
. . .
Slaughtering and meat packing and meat products
Bread and bakery products.
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar. *
..
.
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing




1
2
7

1

$45,274

$45,016

$258

$5

1
2
6

100,284

$150
4,815
137,217

$50
4,815
36,933

1
18

1
2

9,322
59,764

6,760
52,062

2,562
7,702

51
154

16

1,942,798

2, i6,3,272

ieo, 474

zn
^

29

4

114,360

103,838

10,522

210

25

2,043,182

2,245,454

202,272

^

$100

C
8

5

259,806

208,021

51,785

1,079

o

49,951

56,540

0,589

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;

8

5

259,806

208,021

51,785

1,079

3

49,951

56,540

6,589

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

Classification No.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
ALASKA—Continued.

33
34

35
36

37
38
39

40
41
42

43
44
45

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.




Deficit.

I

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Textiles and their products—Continued.
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other
Total textiles and their products
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather andfinishedproductsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
Allother .
Total, leather andfinishedproducts
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp -.
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

H
O

1

1
1

1
3
3

3

$133,643

$106,310

$27,333

$547

3

133,643

106,310

27,333

547

5

4

257,043

192,971

64,072

1,227

1

5

4

257,043 |

192,071

64,072

1,227

1

92,6ii

82,635

9,376

188

i

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$13,241

-

$13,622

$3S1

13,241

13,622

381

i2,800

14,326 1

1

4

3

1,526

46

47
48
49

Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

1

1

5

Total, paper and printing

00

8

Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)

3

92,011

82,635

9,376

188

1
1

1
1

67,036
11,914

49,398
8,923

17,638
2,991

2

2

78,950

58,321

20,629

12,929

12,961

32

2

25,729

27,287

1,558

353
60
413

Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other

...

Total, liquors and beverages

o

Total, chemicals and allied products

59
60
61
62
63
64

02

Stone, clay, and glass p r o d u c t s Stone—
Cement
-. Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery terra cotta, fire clay, etc
All other
Glass and glass products

o
o

Total, stone, clay, and glass products
65
67
68

70

•

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures.
Automobiles motorcycles and bicycles
Cars (steam railroad street cars etc.)
Allother .
Total, metal and metal products other than iron
and steel

71
72

Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
Agricultural implements




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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

Classification No.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
ALASKA—Continued.

73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industries—Continued.
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
'
Rubber goods
'
Fur goods ..
Shipbui lding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric citv and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
Total, public utilities




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross

income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

a
o
3

2

$76,956

$60,444

$16,512

$330

1

$3,000

$3,000

3

2

76,956

60,444

16,512

330

1

3,000

3,000

26

19

898,409

708,702

189,707

3,784

7

$88,921

100,449

11,528

7
1

6
1

153,741
1,965

112,811

40,930
1,965

819
39

1

462

555

93

1
2

26,407

1,628

28,391

16,715

11,676

234

i"

24,779

2

3
7

2
3

54,758
125,770

34,040
90,676

20,718
35,094

414
702

1
4

18,530
49,377

20,909
55,108

2,379
5,731

21

14

364,625

254,242

110,383

2,208

7

93,148

102,979

9,831

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91
92

94
95
96
97
08

99
100
101
102
103

104
105

Banks and insurance compames:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies.
Total, banks
Insurance companiesLife
.
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other
Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising compames:
Department stores .
Wholesale jobbers
Amusement conrDanies
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the Territory of Alaska

2
14

1
12

39,370
362,243

29,340
234,309

10,030
127,934

201
2,395

2

13,376
66,003

17,037
95,639

3,661
29,636

16

13

401,613

263,649

137,964

2,596

3

79,379

112,676

33,297

1

1 128

3 995

2,867

1
1

1
17

1,128

3,995

2,867

4

80,507

116,671

36,164

13

401,613

263,649

137,964

2,596

1
1

22,493
798
5,244
61,189

7,933
658
1,047
12,533

159
13
21
233

3

77,879

84,154

6,275

2

30,426
1,456
6,291
73,722

8

5

111,895

89,724

22,171

426

3

77,879

84,154

6,275

62
43

35

942,119

667,963

274,156

5,412

27
43

212,476

277,848
503

65,372
503

667,963

105

35

942,119

206

90

2,833,021

o

274,156

5,412

70

212,476

278,351

65,875

2,088,118

744,903

14,636

116

2,596,113

2, 928,058

331,945

$94,653
91,671

$292,715
25,000
180,711

$198,062
25,000
89,040

186,324

498,426

312,102

ARIZONA.
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry




s

3

1
1
1
5

18
3
57
1

6
2
37
1

$56,943
8,693
2,077,166
38,275

$38,519
5,007
1,278,095
13,092

$18,424
3,686
799,071
25,183

$370
73
15.936
'504

79

46

2,181,077

1,334,713

846,364

16,883 |

33

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION Of INCOMES Bit [INDUSTRIES, FOR) STATES AND >TER~
RITORIES—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
ARIZONA—Continued.

5
6

7
q

10
11
12

13
14

INDUSTRIES.

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
..
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other
Total extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
• vegetables'

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
. . .
....
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products

24
25

Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

73
37

7

Gross

income.

147,065,730

Total
deductions. Net income.

$25,166,912

$21,898,818

1
1
3
138

2
12

43,362
1,487,607

37, 778
1,182,972

5,584
304,635

253

21

48,596,699

26,387,662

22,209,037

6

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

114,475

$437,904

Number of
corporations.

66
37

Gross
income.

$322,718
109,537

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

§1,375,553
391,678

$1,052,835
282,141
11,530
223
16,494
1,208,095
2,571,318

112
6,864

1
1
1
126

1,103,409

11,530
636
16,494
2,311,504

444,880

232

1,536,077

4,107,395

2,289

413

1
9,480

2,674

3,000

326

354

2,065

1,711

24,467
30,000

33,500
39,345

9,033
9,345

2
1

1

8

7

493,947

236,525

257,422

5,125

1

30,967

30,967

2

1

21,610

16,959

4,651

93

1

3,833

5 294

20

14

920,007

540,589

379,418

7,564

6

92,295

114,171

12,350

2,870

1

1

392,100

277,625

Normal
tax.

1

5

£
oo

57

1 461
21,876

S3
H

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in

Q
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27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Cotton goods

....

. .

. . .

Hosiery and. knit goods .
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing.- . .
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other

i

. .
.

. .

Total, textiles and their products
35
36

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

7

4

142,879

128,108

14,771

275

3

4,650

5,427

777

Total, iron and steel products

7

4

142,879

128,108

14,771

275

3

4,650

5,427

777

37
38
39

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

12

11

1,384,429

1,019,095

365,334

7,251

1

5,000

5,000

1

1

37,244

19,298

17,946

359

12

1,421,673

1,038,393

383,280

7,610

h

5,000

5,000

40
41
42

Leather and finished p r o d u c t s Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
All other

43
44
45
46

Paper and p r i n t i n g Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, sterotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)

47
48
49

Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted
.
All other

Total, lumber and its manufactures

13 1

50

Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizers,....,.,.
,




a
o

...

22

14

956,494

880,156

76,338

1,526

8

108,945

121,376

12,431

22

Total, paper and printing

14

956,494

880,156

76,338

1,526

8

108,945

121,376

12,431

1

1

30,087

21,298

8,789

176

an n«7

21,298

8,789

176

1

Total, liquors and beverages
,

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.

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TA2£—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TER- *-*
RITORIE S-^Continued.
g
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Classification No.

ARIZONA—Continued.

52
53
54
55
56
57
58

59
60
61
62
63
64

65
66
67
68
69
70

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing a n d mechanical industries—Continued.
Chemicals and allied products—Continued.
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
P a t e n t medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other

Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products
Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
. .
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages ana wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
jand steel




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

2

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

1 |

Gross
income.

$22,821

Total
deductions.

Net income.

$14,225

$8,596

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME

Normal
tax.

$172

1

1

22,821

14,225

1
1

;:::::::::::::

3

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

$15,051
400 '

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

$26,6H

$11,563

l 437

1,037

1
w.

o
8,596

15,451

172

28,051

12,600

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2

2

75,277

88,168

12,891

536

2

75,277

88,168

12,891

658,126

13,163

1
1

22,202
9,336

29,336
27,818

7,134
18,482

658,126

13,163

2

31,538

57,154

25,616

1

1

53,02i

26.245

26,776

536

3

1

53,021

26,245

26,776

2
1

1

3,698,590

3,040,464

3

1

3,698,590

3,040,464

Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other

32,369

648

1
14

1
14

664
662,549

553
524,527

111
138,022

2
2,758

21

779,592

609,090

170,502

94

69

8,025,164

6,298,568

12
9
1

2,009,981
7,953, 668
107,049

5

10
14
71

1

24,314 j

24,452

138

3,408

1

24,314

24,452

138

1, 726,598

34,430

25

352,470

443,799

91,329

1,656,743
6,074,598
97,503

353,238
1,879,070
9,546

7,285
37,523
191

3
10
1

88,076
6,877, 843
27,940

94,650
14,431,601
31,080

6,574
7,553,758
3,140

347,428

232,591

114,837

2,308

6

34,923

38,368

3,445

5
9

50,989
190,523

47,454
158,003

3,535
32,520

69
650

5
5

65,860
21,129

137, 714
41,095

71,854
19,966

41

10,659,638

8,266,892

2,392,746

48,026

30

7,115,771

14,774,508

7,658,737

14
44

13
41
5

912,938
2,008,894
130,940

666,521
1,268,964
91,592

246,417
739,930
39,348

4,928
14,797
770

1
3
1

196,171
12,215
52,624

202,264
12,484
111,693

6,093
269
59,069

64

Total, banks

59

3,052,772

2,027,077

1,025,695

20,495

5

261,010

326,441

65,431

1

314 214

413 664

99,450

11

6

46,995

36,882

10,113

203

5

14,508

14,821

313

1

1

453

306

147

2

1

.

.

. . ..

Total, insurance companies

13

7

47,448

37,188

10,260

205

6

328,722

428,485

99,763

Grand total, banks and insurance companies

77

66

3,100,220

2,064,265

1,035,955

20,700

11

589,732

754,926

165,194




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Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—•
National banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies

Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other

84,010

11

Total, public utilities

116,379

15
19
2

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
" atervvorks
W
...
. . . .
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other

6

22

Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries

7

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en
to

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
ARIZ ON A—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

COEPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
in

100
101
102
103

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants

H
'

Total, merchandising companies
104
105

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies

$34,895
659,489
368,409
24,373
367,590

$69,585
1,012,491
569,338
25,996
412,603

$34,690

353,002
200,929
1,623
45,013

60

38

2,090,013

1,454,756

635,257

365
391

259

6,928,455

4,850,151

2,078,304

$694
6,346
4,019
12

Grand total for the State of Arizona

$255,207
55,181
75,059

$118,937
3,541
25,669

11,970

22

237,300

385,447

42,292

106
391

1,053,729
1,242

1,377,099
140,102

323,370
138,860

259

6,928,455

4,850,151

2,078,304

42,292

81,581,266

50,657,007

30,924,259

619,181

497

1,517,201

462,230

11,072,645 22,481,702

11,409,057

1,054,971

ARKANSAS.
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry




$400,089
119,470
8,876
88,300
52

21

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O
W

148,147

540

756

$136,270
51,640
49,390

$232,283
103,082
7,518
66,687

$167,806
16,388
1,358
21,613

$3,268
328
27
442

616,735

409,570

207,165

4,065

$74,160
10,442
422,834
31

$121,831
18,342
5,360
494,031

$47,671
7,900
5,360
71,197

507,436

639,564

132,128

3

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7
8
0
10
11
12

E x t r a c t i o n of m i n e r a l s :
Coal m i n e s




812,601

725,501

87,100

1,587

17

3
2
5
2

13,025
58,629
204,196
245,538

4,837
57,389
174,111
235,353

8,188
1,240
•30,085
10,185

163
21
602
204

8
9
6

22

1.333,989

1,197,191

136,798

2,577

40

6

3

69,065

66,024

3,041

61

2
3
18

2
3
12

62,189
165 748
633,689

54,022
131,408
463,158

8,167
34 340
170,531

5
4

4
2

190,396
41,864

137,829
37,631

38

26

1,162,951

i

1
1

l
4

. . .

471,968

102,098

1,749

65,394

63,645

1,040,064
69,620

1,046,726
84,763

6,662
15,143

1,481,303

1,668,851

187,548

3

1,629

4,267

2,638

172
688
3,068

6

177,225

214,030

36,805

52,567
4,233

1,060
78

1
2

41,441
39,807

41,782
42,188

341
2,381

890,072

272,879

5,127

12

260,102

302,267

42,165

5 387
145,929

2,930
115,293

2 457
30,636

49
613

1
4

13,753
197,589

11,552
147,113

2,201
50,476

44
1,010

8

Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products . . .

10

62

. . .

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products13
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
14
and vegetables)
15
Oleomargarine.
Slaughtering andmeat packing, and meat products.
16
Bread and bakery products
17
18
Coffee and spices
19
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and mo20
lasses
?1
Beet sugar
22
Confectionery and ice cream
23
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs
°4
Cordage and twine
?6
Cotton goods
9,7
Hats and caps
28
Hosier v and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
30
Woolen and worsted goods
31
Men's clothing
3?
Women's clothing
33
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other
34

36

27

11
2
14
8

.

Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Quarries
Lead and zinc mines
Oil gas, and salt wells
.
..
All'other
Total, extraction of minerals

369,870

7

362,658

276,888

85,770

1
13

1
11

10,302
475,048

9,780
378,530

14

12

485,350

388,310

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1

68 107

68 135

28

1,716

1

68,107

68,135

28

522
96,518

10
1,901

2

27,140

29,290

2,150

97,040

1,911

2

27,140

29,290

2,150
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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.J
ARKANSAS—Continued.
d

INDUSTRIES.

i

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Normal
tax.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

5
37
38
39

40
41
42

43
44
45
46

47
48
49

50
51

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planin°" mills
Furniture and fixtures
.
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather andfinishedproducts—
Leather tanned curried and finished
Boots and shoes
All other
Total, leather and finished products
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding etc )
Total, paper and printing . .
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages
Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers




1
103
6
51

80
5
38

$14,755,789
383,025
2,343,175

$12,211,363
311,980
1,927,189

$2,544,426
71,045
415,986

$48,676
1,421
7,330

160

123

17,481,989

14,450,532

3,031,457

57,427

1
2

1
2

18,936
63,148

18,934
48,474

2
14,674

1
223

3

3

82,084

67,408

14,676

23 $2,288,682 $2,597,951
38.077
1
5,636
13
540,766 |
586,868

224

37

2,835,084

3,222,896

$309,269
32,441
46,102
387,812

= = = = =

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25

16

698,094

850,209

152,115

2,995

9

1

1

2,904

2,678

226

17

853,113

700,772

152,341

3,000

167,063

7,530

9

159,533

167,063

7,530

5

26

159,533

11

9

191,620

139,776

51,844

1,037

2

9,596

12,568

2,972

11

9

191,620

139,776

51,844

1,037

2

9,596

12,568

2,972

116,755

i3,090

245

i
1

2

2

i29.845

52
53
54
55
56
57
58

59
60
61
62
63
64

65
66
67
68
69
70

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
81

j

Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined..
Soap
Allother
Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement. . .
Marble and stone work. .
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta fire clay etc
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass Droducts
Metals and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters
--Manufactures
....
A-utomobiles, motorcycles and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
.
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries




19
1
6
1

9
1
4

13 078
1 906 543
68,068
135,347

9 663
1 827! 668
67', 102
79 564

3 415
78', 875
966
55,783

68
1,503
19
1,177

10

317,529

397,136

79,607

2

200
114,339

244
121,753

44
7,414

1

1

7,473

11,268

3,795

3,012

14

439,541

530,401

90,860

1,764

36

4

32,989

41,006

8,017

3

87,695

220,445

132,750

120,684

261,451

140,767

1
31

17

2,252,881

2,100,752

152,129

6

2

57,014

55,250

9
1
1

6
1
1

276,660
12,399
18,613

236,668
10,428
16,520

39,992
1,971
2,093

800
39
42

17

10

364,686

318,866

45,820

917

7

Q
IP
7

6

153,535

103,933

49,602

899

i

i

45,108

45,079

29

8

7

198,643

149,012

49,631

900

1

1

85,866

30,627

55,239

2

16,099

14,327

1,772

35

49,387

49,755

368

1

49,387

49,755

368

586

586

1,105

5

1

1

1

•i

2
1
48

1
31

319,630
1,136,606

317,43*4
967,450

2,196
169,156

31
3,270

3

8,291

13,168

4,877

2

271,005

289,791

18,786

17

142,288

151,148

8,860

454,693

33,109

5,098,519

707, 761

58

35

1,558,201

1,329,838

228,363

4,441

23

421,584

374

266

24,994,176

20,812,226

4,181,950

79,712

108

4,390,758

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Classification No.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
ARKANSAS—Continued.

82
83
84
85
8fi
87
S8
89

90
91
92

93
94
95

<m
97

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways electric city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
. .
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
.
.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions^ Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

34
45
11
6
7
3
33
29

22
19
4
2
6
3
29
22

$1,388,554
5,646,644
1,781,928
11,611
240,467
55,976
223,994
383,504

$1,164,831
4,954,463
1,626,639
10,940
204,664
51,623
189,517
298,584

$223,723
692,181
155,289
671
35,803
4,353
34,477
84,920

$4,194
11,514
3,087
13
716
87
686
1,451

12
26
7
5
1

$111,442
2,109,994
1,053,024
44,923
19

$131,062
2,629,684
1,123,452
56,639
3,614

$19,620
519,690
70,428
11,716
3,595

4
7

9,422
13,577

13,205
18,168

106

9,732,678

8,501,261

1,231,417

21,748

62

3,342,401

3,975,824

633,423

Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies

1,973,915
4,370,881
903,686

1,280,538
2,724,004
580,143

* 693,377
1,646,877
323,543

13,839
33,686
6,471

4
30
3

305,123
168,768
32,665

317,490
232,612
48,456

12,367
63,844
15,791

472

. .

63
348
24
435

7,248,482

4,584,685

2,663,797

53,996

37

506,556

598,558

92,002

8
1

.-

a

3,783
4,591

67
378
27

Life
Fire and. marinG (stocks




Number of
corporations.

168

.

Total, public utilities
Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies
Total, banks
Insurance companies—
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity
All other
.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

2
1

75,335
241,610

61,800
150,692

13,535
90,918

270
1,818

6

730,540

756,080

25,540

26

20

91,528

65,325

26,203

536

6

8,476

8,835

359

35

23

408,473

277,817

130,656

2,624

12

739,016

764,915

25,899

507

458

7,656,955

4,862,502

2,794,453

56,620

49

1,245,572

1,363,473

117,901

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101
102
103

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants

[
j

2
75
j 112
! 19
I 12

Total, merchandising companies

j 220

715,519
4,604, 356
426,871
146,609
740,904

113,168
1,772,279
149,750
11,054
101,560

2,263
34,816
2,833
212
2,022

51,161
126,729
215,724
11,885

58,579
201,570
240,850
13,725

7,418
74,841
25,126
1,840

6,634,259

4,486,448

2,147,811

42,146

405,499

514,724

109,225

22,263,526

152

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere j
provided for
i 778
105 Corporations—inactive
I 183

602,351
2,832,077
277,121
135,555
639,344

8,171,729

14,091,797

1,324,500

1,643,618
30,289

319,118
30,263

104

159
183

Total, miscellaneous companies

j 961

619

22,263,526

8,171,729

14,091,797

280,262

342

1,324,526

1,673,907

349,381

Grand total for the State of Arkansas

| 2,344

1,644

73,232,318

48,440,927

24,791,391

487,130

700

12,697,495

14,934,862

2,237,367

I
CALIFORNIA.
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals.
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals..
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills




493
340

196
72
i 1,101
10
41
275
3
3
31
423
344
1,130

$12,703,774
6,330,856
9,387.787
6,116,669

$7,479,948
4,600,678
7.104,574
5,161,644

$5,223,826
1,730,178
2,283,213
955,025

$104,007
33,978
45,909
19,099

252 ! $3,634,278
153 I 1,663,706
79
822,292
45 1 2,011,778

$5,377,567
2,472,726
1,343,479
5,193,705

$1,743,289
809,020
521,187
3,181,927

34,539,086

24,346,844

10,192,242

202,993

529 ! 8,132,054

14,387,477

1,039,972
4,889,628
13,256,706

650,199
1,996,683
8,859,034

389,773
2,892,945
4,397,672

7,796
57,863
87,953

71,080
502,233
71,319,213
21)197,199

58,864
466,175
35,924,114
14,883,308

12,216
36,058
35,395,099
6,313,891

245
722
687,935
126,547

240
3
1
23
250
260

709,765
1,840,039
5,555,260
264,852
54,025
819,218
8,288,563
4,248,355

920,279
1,933,652
8,411,592
271,125
54,557
1,064,300
11,229,450
5,908,993

210,514
93,613
2,856,332
6,273
532
245,082
2,940,887
1,660,638

321 I 112,276,031

62,838,377

49,437,654

969,061

809

21,780,077

29,793,948

8,013,871

H

6,255,423

241
187
117
27
572 I

2
8
173
84

94

4,938,581

4,618,627

319,954

5,905

933,088

992,048

58,960

114

19,931,272

13,821,704

6,109,568

114,967

2,470,647

2,683,116

212,469

3,904,893
3,775,256
908.339
5,503)115

3,158,077
3,538,516
506,968
3,875,059

746,816
236,740
401,371
1,628,056

14,936
4,673
7,904
30,720

109,487
866,396
14,339
22,172

149,090
1,002,394
19,897
26,597

39,603
135,998
5.558
4,425

29

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00

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
CALIFORNIA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting,

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Food and kindred products—Continued.
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other

37




Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

$15,837,652
8,682,786
2,617,533
3,484,421

$9,436,161
2,892,119
2,388,281
2,488,337

$6,401,491
5,790,667
229,252
996,084

05, 5S3,S4S

46,723,849

22,859,999

443,855

636,616
950,216
426,979
614,766
273,622
44,769
839,341
337,960
1,698,446
2,121,157

253,810
717,792
364,230
519,760
163,246
32,919
695,419
285,293
1,327,155
1,318,009

382,806
232,424
62,749
95,006
110,376
11,850
143,922
52,667
371,291
803,148

Number of
corporations.

$128,031
112,211
4,586
19,922

303

7,656
4,635
1,011
1,901
2,199
237
2,879
1.039
7,427
16,014

118

88

7,943,872

5,677,633

2,266,239

44,998

46
250

29
154

4,670,127
25,597,553

3,186,669
19,325,541

1,483,458
6,272,012

183

30,267,680

22,512,210

7,755,470

154,371

10,847,917

9,155,568

1,692,349

33,787

157

Gross
income.

$37,305

Total
deductions.

$48,233 I

Deficit.

$10,928

1,004,646
505,393

117,017
62,480

6,431,414 f

12,770
110,458
8,239
4,010
185,317
395,650
118,624
127,973

3,336
21,395
5,078
4,010
28,651
1,644
47,105
3,238
67,668

1,001,882

1,184,007

182,125

604,132
2,463,025

141

3,113,114

95,562
650,089

3,067,157

3 819 fi

745,651

4,474,124

5,715,099 I 1,240,975

5,783,976

9,434
89,063
3,161
156,666
394,006
173,861
115,386
60,305
30

113

a

647,438

887,629
442,913

29,213
125,158

Total iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills

Number of
corporations.

5
26
37

Total, food and kindred products...
Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings.
All other
Total, textiles and their products.
Iron and steel products—•
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills..
Foundry and machine shops

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

220,966

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38
39

40
41
42

43
44
45
46

47
48
49

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

59
60
61
62
63
64

Furniture and fixtures
.. . .
All other wood working establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures

...

Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned curried and finished
Boots and shoes . .
..
Allother
Total, leather and finished products
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
....
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages
Chemicals and allied productsChemicals .
...
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines ....
Petroleum refined
Soap
All other
Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta,fireclay, etc
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products




27
67

13
44

530,775
3,795,235

444,906
3,054,716

85,869
740,519

1,693
13,614

14
23

247,613
475,336

278,692
587,969

31, 079
112,

251

134

15,173,927

12,655,190

2, 518,737

49,094

117

5, 197,073

6, 581,760

1,384, 687

28
10
22

23
8
18

3 766 914
802,432
906,320

2,302,743
594,289
626,794

1, 464,171
208,143
279,526

29,288
4,164
5,591

5
2
4

96,833
76,148
53,493

116,877
78,988
60,754

20, 044
2, 840
7, 261

60

49

5,475,666

3,523,826

1, 951,840

39,043

11

226,474

256,619

30, 145

6
85,465

626
125,638
3, 150,690

620
40, 173
222, 031

480,140
2, 348,569
2, 268,058

9,603
46,974
43,959

1
12
103

5
25
186

1 185 852
4,896,318
18,159,314

26

17

781,884

689,487

92,397

1,847

9

150,430

161,540

11, 110

358

233

25,023,368

19,834,204

189,164

102,383

125

3, 164,560

3, 438,494

273, 934

29
37
73

15
27
42

1,815,561
7 948 118
3,014,560

1,544,289
7 301,715
2,370,892

271,272
646,403
643,578

5,427
13,357
12,121

14
10
31

655,892

1, 359,892
579,955

679,094
1, 476,372
645,602

23, 202
116, 480
65, 647

139

84

12, 778,239

11,216,986

i , 561,253

30,905

55

2, 595,739

2, 801,068

205, 329

44
17
11
69
30
14
27
13
57

24
7
7
35
24
5
16
8
31

2 173,054
724,168
845,819
1,758,498
2,341 045
1,003,762
13 700 924
1,008,066
2,807,569

1,051,420
547,015
643,074
1,232,040
1 639 663
655,303
10 025 317
696,132
2,015,941

1, 121.634
177,153
202,745
526,458
701,382
348,459
3, 675,607
311,934
791,628

22,434
3,544
4,056
10,920
14,124
6,970
73,512
6,202
15,785

20
10
4
34
6
9
11
5
26

249,158
40,639
5,662
111,679
1,
45,606
21,468
3 j 394,250
102,462
148,782

415,010
101,442
11,735
1 279,227
56,646
30,021
44, 017,670
116,199
324,173

165, 852
60 803
6, 073
167, 5IX
11 040
8 553
40,623 4?0
13 737
175 391

282

157

26,362,905

18,505,905

7, 857,000

157,547

125

119,706

46 352,123

41,232 417

27
26

16
10

6,827,311
359,884

5 091,090
330,630

1, 736,221
29,254

34 058
583

11
16

127 674
285,747

185,412
406,876

57 738
121 129

50
10
5
16

21
7
3
9

1,952,252
1,397,383
160.956
797; 679

1,713,036
1,238,516
148.492
636,775

239,216
158,867
12,464
160,904

4,785
3,177
250
3,218

29
3
2
7

363,329
26,642
111.940
200;628

511,931
47,880
114,787
256,332

148
21
2
55

134

66

11,495,465

9,158,539

2, 336,926
===

46,071

68

6
37
289

705,712
2,547,749
15,891,256

2, 928,659

1 523,218
1, 115,960
—

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238
847
704

407 258

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O

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
CALIFORNIA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
xn
H

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Metals and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
. All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel

81

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads,
tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries
.•




$3,891,934
4,687,672
3,034,592

$2,261,485
665,618
799,509

32,637
249

31,722
222
7,919,530

3,727,554

$45,230
13,316
15,938

$150,191
264,071
504,616
24,728
23,957
183,670

$280,653
347,180
658,638
25,035
36,047
231,282

$130,462
83,109
154,022
307
12,090
47,612

74,503

1,151,233

1,578,835 !

427,602

915
27

11,647,084

176

$1,630,449
4,022,054
2,235,083

664,191
231,346
275,095
1,382,297
719,828
168,605
3,148,545
3,322,590
150
29
313

14
196

685
2,943 1,773

572,301
194,307
223,349
1,162,324
618,190
112,507
1,037,877
2,994,044

91,890
37,039
51,746
219,973
101,638
56,098
2,110,668
328,546

1,837
520
1,015
4,400
2,035
983
42,213
6,578

7
1
13
6
9
1
3
44

119,353
2,201
72,884
129,522
1,138,128
2,342
693,038
1,378,819

130,378
3,973
131,753
196,369
1,235,268
6,390
868,379
1,485,920

11,025
1,772
58,869
66,847
97,140
4,048
175,341
107,101

6,552,649
863,936
16,968,135

5,670,110
563,863
14,425,821

882,539
•300,073
2,542,314

17,558
6,002
51,128

81
15
117

7,059,548
626,868
5,053,555

8,788,998
691,194
5,432,384

1,729,450
64,326
378,829

34,297,217

27,574,6

6,722,524

134,269

297

16,276,258

18,971,006

2,694,748

64,746,706

1,277,039

1,170

44,700,018

92,931,352

48,231,334

250,049,271

185,302,565

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Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other

44,899,293
53,882,398
3,091,573
14,709,725
3,964,460
3,740,626
23,919,628
7,751,642

10,587,686
32,065,964
394,366
14,351,253
742,329
884,239
2,365,105
2,802,897

211,627
563,360
7,931
286,567
14,881
17,685
47,308
55,741

637

220,153,184

155,959,345

64,193,839

1,205,100

59,591,219

229
409
14

21,711,871
31,702,102
4,851,951

15,669,824
25,537,038
3,308,860

6,042,047
6,165,064
1,543,091

120,647
122,392
30,860

1,641,997
1,809,479
383,178

1,991,848
2,154,510
403,728

349,851
345,031
20,550

750

Total, banks.

55,486,979
85,948,362
3,485,939
29,060,978
4,706,789
4,624,865
26,284,733
10,554,539

264
469
17

Insurance c o m p a n i e s Life
Fire and marine ( s t o c k ) . . .
Fire and marine ( m u t u a l ) .
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allother
".

652 i

58,265,924

44,515,722

13,750,202

273,899

3,834,654

4,550,086

715,432

5 ! 3,217,326
1 i
166,559

1,365,898
186,503

148,572
19,944

431,697

74,651

3,984,098 !

243,167

8,534,184

958,599

99
100
101
102
103

Total, merchandising companies
104
105

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the-State of California.




11,613,317
12.100,809
2i;356
3,579,819
167,316

8
110
1

;

139

Grand total, banks and insurance companies... .i
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants

553,092
3,818,647
2,998,835
265,032
1,209,862
5,128
136,643
1,022,835

45
11
96
148
2
61
181

1,135

Total, public utilities.
Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust companies

Total, insurance companies

1,584,523 2,137,
8,909,959 12,728,
37,419,558 40,418,
2,263,851 2,528,
1,650,828 2,860,
251,396
256,
1,205,750 1,342,
6,305,354 7,328

127
96
43
121
303
6
100
339

99

10,796,434
9,861,631 I
15,913 |
2,508,965 :
139,415

27,482,617 | 23,322,358

816,883
2,239,178
5,443
1,070,854
27,901

4,160,259 |

j
16,336 |
44,784 I

'111 |
21,324 j
558
83,113 |

34
51
32
25
155
4
39
158

|
34 i
I

'..
..,
357,046

40 | 3,740,931

69,601,293 j 10,010,074

751 I

j
27
j
I 425
I 1,284
200
233

85,748,541

67,8

17,910,461 !

357,012

138

22
331
539
96
116

4,411,177
40,289,356
16,081,953
8,783,181
11,351,291

3,279,269
28,699,588
10,910,093
8,107,888
10,356,636

1,131,908
11,589,768
5,171,860
675,293
994,655

21,956
227,823
103,381
13,476
17,877

5
94
745
104
117

80,916,958 I

61,353,474 j

19,563,484 I

384,513

1,065

25,992,836

37,515,614 I 11,522,778

124,663,365 | 53,908,183 j 1,062,384 2,484

37,975,218
39,297

51,187,533 I 13,212,315
640,729
680,026 I

\ 2,169 i 1,104 j

3,496

178,571,548

2,639

2,639
j 8,619
7,986

3,496

178,571,548 j 124,663,365

8,654 j 962,254,619

682,302,050

53,908,183 j 1,062,384
279,952,569 j 5,458,102

7,575,585

1,202,791 |
676,833
2,265,342
2,591,208 |
11,373,032. 18,567,937 !
2,902,161
5,365,905
9,787,773 I
8,775,468

5,123 38,014,515

51,867,559

525,958
325,866
7,194,905
2,463,744
1,012,305

13,853,044

9,332 205,786,304 1304,631,427 | 98,845,123

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

COLORADO.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Number of
corporations.

INDUSTRIES.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

Deficit.
72

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals.
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals..
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet sugar




j

317

33
16
85 I
11 i
145

830

202

32

$589,042
141,274
2,085,954
325,520

$228,554
33,055
742,264
138,257

S4,159
620
14,803
2,667

4,283,920

3,141,790

1,142.130

22,249

172 I 1,450,673

5,113,588
12,497
15,334,679
26,298,469
966,110
151,591
5,428,871
7,126,996

107
12
175
5
5
15
48
463

$817,596
174,329
2,828,218
403,777

4,463,763
12,219
14,061,466
24,095,916
220,768
114,741
2,236,491
4,863,8C9

649,825
278
1,273,213
2,202,553
745,342
36 ; 850
3,192,380
2,263,187

12,581
6
25,468
33,018
14; 908
841
63,847
45,264

54
11
132
3
2
10
32
384

60,432,801 |

50,069,173

10,363,628

$441,879
113,936
800,598 |
94,260 I

$586,091
132,460
1,157,383
175,073 i

$144,212
18,524
356,785
80,813

2,051,007
1,879,166
102,224
j 5,468,212
j
141,359
I
50,781
155,429
I
254,020
8,058,009

346,736
61,087
431,874
20,649
3,044
81,194
175,901
4,291,728

195,963

628 I 10,696,987

16,109,200

5,412,213

I

767,074

637,370

129,704

2,569

493,980

546,358

52,378

435, 775

40

Q

600,334

1,532, 430
41, 137
5,036, 338
120, 710
47, 737
74, 235
78, 119
3, 766, 281

I

234,918

200,857

4,018

289,085

303,818

14,733

1,492,216
1,005,902
21,243
2,389,317

1,173,372
877,524
16,346
1,626,016

318,844
128,378
4,897
763,301

5,968
2,568
98
14,555

19,514 ;
107,789 j
57,352
166,099

20,060
114,141
59,667
202,574

546
6,352
2,315
36,475

3,844,964
7,983,913

2,467,859
4,917,138

1,377,105
3,066,775 I

27,543 |
41,144 i

1,956
1,029

1,956
1,029

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13

12
5

617,242
62',876

502,511
51,499

114.731
11,377

2,296

223

8
8

114,561
245,691

133,583
267,506

19,022
21,815

169

10s

18,620,522

12, 504. 553

6,115,969

100,982

61

1,494,071

1,650,692

156,621

1

33 959

33 134

825

17

1

10 085

10 025

60

1

1

94

346

252

2
4

2
3

3,394

476

1,487

1,871

384

18

1,108,283

766,139

2,483
2,587
13
1,741
6,842

2

22

124 174
129,357
639
87,089
342,144

2,918

1
10

217 455
192'683
3,515
309,327

1

12

341 629
322,040
4,154
396,416

4

4,499

5,611

1,112

g

16
72

12
32

1,524,763
2,181,936

962,742
1,625,971

562,021
555,965

10,942
9,361

4
40

53,192
520,116

66,855
667,693

Total, iron and steel products

23

88

44

3,706,699

2,588,713

1,117,986

20,303

44

573,308

734,548

13,663
147,577
161,240

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Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture aixl fixtures .
All other woodworking establishments

36
5

3
3

1.054,630
64,273
92,956

801,936
62 382
90, 483

252.694
1,891
2,473

4,5*5
39

14
3

9

6

258.780
5', 807
30,193

292,304
12,979
40,656

33,524
7,172
10,463

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28

1,211,859

954,801

257,058

4,673

23

294,780

345,939

51,159

O

2

3,152

2,239

y

27 513
94,183

4 839
7,283

5,391

32 352
101,466

97
145

4

25,424

32,318

6,924

6

28,576

37, 739

9,163

Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products

33
34

Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods.
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
IVfen's and women's other furnishings
Allother

35
36

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

?A
35
37
39
30
31
32

Total, textiles and their products

37
38
39

i

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49

Total, lumber and its manufactures

4?

43
44
45
46

2
2

9

2
5

Total, leather and finished products

40
41

51

Leather and finished products —
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
Allother

13

7

133,818

121,696

12,122

242

4

3'
65

93,406
1,998,017

76 977
1,759,679

16,429
238,338

329

1

164

172

8

4,668

46

2, 762,969

2,913,743

150,774

3

38,755

42,851

4,096

5,071

50

2,801,888

2,956,766

154,878

Paper and printing—
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing
(engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc
'.
'.....-..'
Total, paper and printing.




111
5

2

55,910

52,224

3,686

120

70

2,147,333

1,888,880

258,453

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
COLORADO—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPOKATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Num.- i
ber of I
cor- I
pora- ;
tions. \

Gross
income.

Normal

Total
deductions.

Net income.

$67,500 !
164,311 I

$64,064
147,113

S3,436

231,811 ;

211,177

20,634 I

tax.

Num-:
ber of!
cor- :
pora- I
tions. i

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

i

47
48
49 I

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other

1
4
8

$58,596
460,061
92,118

$88,060
711,236 |
125,692 ;

$29,464
251,175
33,574

13

$69
342

17,198

610,775

924,988 j

314,213

132,891
9186
9,186

130,925
215
13,279
2,152
126
199

j

Total, liquors and beverages..
50
51
52
53 I

54 j

Chemicals and allied products
Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other
Total, chemicals and allied products.

ol I
62 !
63 I
64

1,194,084

168,118

1,025,966

20,520

4
1
12

55,967
1,122,180
376,748
15,410
7,737,454
3,448
308,185

48,690 I
1,419 i
231,831 !
13,419 i
3,460,303
3,420
211,895

7,277
1,120,761
144,917
1,991
4,277,151
28
96,290

146
22,415
2,898
41
85,543
1
1,929

34

10,813,476

4,139,095

6,674,381

133,493

Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
Clav—
Brick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc.
Allother
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products,..




1,643,390
41,375
757,590
436,376

60

29

2,878,731

495,733 !
35,609 I
694,514
261,118

1,486,974

1,147,657
5,766

1,262 !
3,506 I

230,071

448,073

218,002

39,668
445,526

49,085 I
518,619 !

9,417
73,093

14

101,905

133,474 j

31,569

4,360

6,544 j

2,184

707,722 I

116,263

26

22,953 I
115 ;

63,076
175,258

113, 627
7,969
318
649
151,047
9,507
22,879

3

60

8,971
100,348
5,817
192
450
80, 744
025
18, 558

1,391,757

27,836

591,459 j

64,303
2,482
4,321

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Manufactures
,
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
30 I
81

Total, miscellaneous industries

394
1,136
644
10

21,633
13,831
39,109
26,513
36, 848

27.4S3
356,555
47,251
34,940
45,850
3,640

342,724
8,142
8, 427
9,002
3,640

109,221

2,174

137,934

515,719

377,785

424
411
459
29
1,606
1

57,180
3,615
2,683
5, 252
117,162
14,342

58,479 |
5,709 |
4,732
9,307
137,720 j

148,659

200,907

185,819 !
46,832 |
491,052 |

225,438
59,210
669,496 i

81,466 i
429,311 i
200,188 I
22,251

842,437

733,216

107,168
55,929
138,377
18,211
415,649
9,233

85,948
35,358
115,299
16,784
335,315
9,201

21,220
20,571
23,078
1,427
80,334 |
32 !

188,701 ;

4 I

171,879

16,822 !

337 !

563,786
558,678
1,842,909

66,866
392,867 i
213,899 j

1,161
7,858 ;
4,274

837,116]

16,560

1
1

Total, metals and metal products other than iron |
and steel
Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
j
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads,
tunnels, river and harbor dredging. etc=)
Engineering
Allother

19,737
56,845
32', 135
504

101,203
486,156
232,323
22,755

15 i
15 |

21 |

93 !

14
4 I
53 !

188

(>rand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries

630.652
951;545
2,056,808

4,572,273

3,735,157 }

463 i 46,267,242 ; 29,130,401 j 17,136,641

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies..
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies.
All other

8,105,489 I
43,552,203 i
578,708 i

6,626,184
35,819,482
493,438

1,479,305
7,732,721
85,270

23

19,433 !
:

1,072,596) 1,390,431

1,299
2,094
2,049
4,055
20,558
5,091

52,248
39,619
12,378
178,444

H

317,835

o

318,5

7,811,381 i 9,718,228 ,

1,878,271

29,224
150,604
1,707

919,907 I 1,428,548
5,378,084 i 5,862,588
5,891,932
6,332,641 j

508,641
484,504
440,709

Total, public utilities.
Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust companies
Total, banks.,




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122
193

112
162
13

7,696,163
2,373,835
1,137,626

5,697,495
1,680,381
930,889

1,998,668
693,454
206,737

39,971 I
14,389 I
4,134 |

337

287

11,207,624

8,308,765

2,898,859

58,494 |

146,336
195,586
440,419 I
50

201,851
235,619 I
468,324 !

782,341

905,794

55,515
40,033
27^905
123,453

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Classification No.

COLORADO—Continued.

93

94
95
96
97
98

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

Banks and insurance companies—Continued.
Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty ..
Fidelity and surety..
Allother

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

,

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

1

$203,836

$221,014

$17,178

8

1,155

20

142,178

160,051

17,873

in

4
1

$2,596,871
256,355

$2,411,666
225,167

$185,205
31,188

$3,704

56

36

463,664

4J6,037

57,627

624

a
Q

62

41

3,316,890

3,042,870

274,020

5,483

21

346,014

381,065

35,051

399

328

14,524,514

11,351,635

3,172,879

63,977

71

1,128,355

1,286,859

158,504

a
o

12
157
330
38
59

11
128

4,520,463
8,636,858
2,191,195

3,395,341
6,425,702
1,661,079

1,125,122
2,211,156
530,116

22,337
43,613
10,602

2,234,683

2,103,478

131,205

2,624

32,503
246,832
940,509
1,238,017
956,077

33,734
376,836
1,421,794
1,421,642
1,041,928

1,231
130,004
481, 285
183,625
85,851

g

27

1
29
182
38
32

596

314

17,583,199

13,585,600

3,997,599

79,176

282

3,413,938

4,295,934

881,996

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
2,240
1,947
Corporations—inactive

1,365

31,281,279

22,383,817

8,897,462

197,373

875

5,274,760
13,659

7,474,257
351,306

2,199,497
337,647

Total, miscellaneous companies

4,187

1,365

31,281,279

22,383,817

8,897,462

197,373

2,822

5,288,419

7,825,563

2,537,144

Grand total for the State of Colorado. .

7.479 2,986

238,993,105

181,949,887

57,043,218

1,115,854

4,493

42,771,522

55,812,044

13,040,522

Grand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising companies:
W
<
Department stores
100
Wholesale jobbers..
101
Real estate
102
Amusement companies
103
Hotels and restaurants

.

Total, merchandising companies

105

Number of
corporations.

5
1

Total, insurance companies

104

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME




. . .

148

1,947

CONNECTICUT.
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming.
.
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
.
Gold and silver and precious metals

.

$588,728
966,343

,1474,443
829,336

6

4

193,589

1,432

23
19
1
2

$275,086
228,160
23,448
19,203

1323,878
274,876
25,076
20,328

$47,792
46,716
1,628
1,125

6,089

45

546,897

644,158

97,261

729

729
43,842

$114,285
137,007

$2,278
2,379

121,997

71,592

77

32

1,748,660

1,425,776

322,884

3,291

2,115

42

1,193

24

1

1

1

5,406

1

1,193

x

j*

2 066
986,668

2 500
123,829

50
2,476

9

16

..

7

4,556
1,110,497

116,524

160,366

10

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk ..
.
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
Beet sugar
. ..
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Textile and their productsCarpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
. .
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
. .. .
Woolen and worsted goods..
Men's clothing




11
17

36
1

2

Tjfiad and zinc minps

Quarries
...
Oil gas and salt wells
Ml other
..
Total, extraction of minerals.

34

2

9,873

8,682

1,191

30

8

79,206

88,497

9,291

30

12

1,131,525

1,000,697

130,828

2,622

18

195,730

249,592

53,862

24

17

405,468

377,088

28,380

570

7

86,584

101,217

14,633

8

6

129,386

121,802

7,584

144

2

46,081

67,904

21,823

2
18
2
3

1
10
1
2

760,428
725,951
1,000
152,317

501,720
681,707
781
105,315

258,708
44,244
219
47,002

5,174
878
4
940

1
8
1
1

38,878
249,513
5,094

50,195
264,712
5,441
36

11,317
15,199
347
36

1

1

2,593,391

2,497,258

96,133

1,923

15
11

io

896,264
2,071,754

740,194
1,503,670

156,070
568,084

2,706
11,363

5
2

47,725
31,759

49,493
33,286

i,768
1,527

7,735,959

6,529,535

1,206,424

23,702

27

505,634

572,284

66,650

151,247
402,468
7,942,489
3,194,488
2,634,394
16,323,661
6,497,377
373,658

146,466
306 384
6,282,597
2,688,669
2,238,490
13,695,370
4,726,441
302,705

4,781
96 084
1,659,892
505,819
395,904
2,628,291
1,770,936
70,953

96
1 921
32,015
9,709
7,900
52,565
31,663
1,228

4
6
4
3
3
3

606,676
357,004
204,504
186,689
493,072
36,969

623,806
387,738
255,221
209,866
516,187 i
77,942 s

17,130
30,734
50,717
23,177
23,115
40,973

8
o

84

9
57

2
3
21
16
17
38
18

2
3
19
15
12
14
35
15

23

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Classification No.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31. 1916.]
CONNECTICUT—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

32
33
34

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Textile and their products—Continued.
Women's olothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
Allother

35
36

Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

37
38
39

40
41
42

43
44

45




Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal

tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

H
>
o
13
21

$187,256
1,388,336
10,191,999

$158,197
1,258,634
6,404,199

$29,059
129,702
3,787,800

•1581
2,500
73,489

7
5

$291,628
38,981

$345,053
46,193

$53,425
7,212

194

159

49,287,373

38,208,152

11,079,221

213,667

35

2,215,523

2, 462,006

246,483

33
331

25
256

15,366,821
117,134,498

10,953,053
77,114,287

•1,413,768
40,020,211

86,709
788,594

8
75

2,089,153
3,771,658

2,108,000
4,431,052

18,847
659,394

364

281

132,501,319

88,067,340

44,433, 979

875,303

83

5,860,811

6,539,052

678,241

17
12
36

13
11
28

2,115,031
1,088 241
1,349,453

1,619,037
869,803
1,161,669

495,994
218 438
187,784

9,661
4 246
3,739

4
1
8

40,691
9 922
79,865

61 347
9 964
104,' 716

20 656
42
24,851

65 '

52

4,552,725

3, 650,509

902,216

17,646

13

130, 478

176,027

45,549

13
8
7

10
5
4

1,095,260
1,959,488
893,619

563,077
894,236
747,317

532 183
1,065,252
146,302

10,624
21,305
2,842

3

3
3

19 233
155, 840
47,264

27 321
157,956
62,404

8 088
2,116
15,140

19

3,948,367

2,204,630

1,743,737

34,771

9

222,337

247,681

25,344

15
43
Tr

20
26

28

Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished. ..
Boots and shoes
•
All other
Total, leather and finished products
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
r

CORPORATIONS SHOWINCJ NET INCOME

13
34

12,745
24,158
12,934

2

78

1,473,550
3,547,365
4,061,529

638,920
1,210 177

111

2,112,470
4,757,542
4,722,825

9
33

41,755
220 182
505,636

47,806
239 518
553.590

6,051
19 336
47,954

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46

Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing..

47
48
49

Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted
Allother

14

9

481,793

389,222

92,571

1,852

5

77,589

81,429

3,840

183

134

12,074,630

9,471,666

2,602,964

51,689

49

845,162

922,343

77,181

1
12

1
12

166,265
5,086,296
86,602

158,404
3,997,360
74,247

7,861
1,088,936
12,355

157
21,022

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

4

52,191

65,238

13,047

Total, liquors and beverages.

21

17

5,339,163

4,230,011

1,109,152

21,426

4

52,191

65,238

12,347

Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating.
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, r e f i n e d , . , , , , , , . . . . .
Soap
All other

13
6
5
1
12
13
1
5
19

6
5

1,094,284
539,497
2,831,922

617,034
360,274
2,105,383

477,250
179,223
726,539

9,352
30,059
14,531

115,721
3,067
744,001
1,006,627

144,365
33,084
3,521
219,050
338,227

2,847
616
70
4,381
6,765

466,800
104,451
2,772
4,321
343,682
80, 743

1
4
14

559,562
148,805
6,588
963,051
1,344,854

395,998
102,238
2,434
90
301,695
69,524

70,802
2,213
338
4,231

9

7
1
1
1
3
6

41,987
11,219

1
5

3,409
96,521

10,427
110,609

7,018
14,088

75

50

7,488,563

5,367,304

2,121,259

41,621

25

971,909

1,123,805

151,896

5
23

4
14

55,533
422,169

50,074
342,409

5,459
79,760

110
1,559

1
9

12,480
160, 519

14,179
203,956

1,699
43,437

^
M

19
2
2
10

17
1
1
6

1,784,426
186,277
56,201
206,851

1,521,609
151,664
50,169
194.915

262,817
34,613
6,032
11,936

5,256
635
121
239

2
1
\

17,678
3,148
18,035
85,100

19,430
4,682
28,398
87,458

1,752
1,534
10,363
2,358

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61

43

2,711,457

2,310, 840

400,617

7,920

18

296,960

358,103

61,143

11,154
136,196,113
12,457,206
238,950
79,192
2,193

7,194
78,599,955
9,386,633
217,026
79,069
2,148

3,960
57,596,158
3,070,573
21,924
123
45

79
1,130,295
52,444
342
2
1

29
10
4
2
2

829,222
82,899
53,082
401,525
10,632

910,796
116.233
62,580
421,829
39,995

81,574
33,334
9,498
20.304
29,363

148,984,808

88,292,025

60,692,783

i, 183,163

47

1,377,360

i,55i,433

i/4,073

Total, chemicals and allied products.

59 |
60
61
62
63
64

Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, e t c . .
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products.

65
66
67
68
69
70

8

2
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Mecals and metal products other than iron and s t e e l Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
Allother

1
155
36
9
3
3

Total, metals and metal products other than
iron and steel

207




4i5, i97

247

126
26

f
1

160

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
CONNECTICUT—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

81

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
,
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavement, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
Allother
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city, and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
Allother
Total, public utilities




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

18
3
30
17
30
5
6
48

9
3
22
13
22
4
2
31

$205,076
221,301
8,082,911
13,668,448
4,992,789
803,872
191,015
2,046,537

$187,282
157,302
5,734,952
11,151,819
3,244,861
584,020
58,557
1,755,249

$17,794
63,999
2.347,959
2,516,629
1,747,928
219,852
132,458
291,288

$345
1,161
44,314
50,333
32,316
4,398
2,649
5,748

$272,937

$295,892

$22,955

78,090
364,738
3,519,072
1,597
1,818,749
441,532

102,860
387,237
3,627,672
2,132
2,023,545
458,943

24,770
22,499
108,600
535
204,796
17,411

o
en

60
18
169

37
14
126

3,649,485
951,399
17,790,407

3,296,821
602,529
12,891,668

352,664
348,870
4,898,739

6,484
6,946
93,551

1,231,522 1,416,627
28,230
29,684
7,726,214 13,815,180

185,105
1,454
5,088,966

a
o

404

283

52,603,240

39,665,060

12,938,180

248,245

15,482,681 22,159,772

> 677,091
,

g

1,255

427,227,604

287,997,072

139,230,532

2,719,153

27,961,046

36,177,744

:, 216,698

8,135.553
95,563,535
16,776,081
1,791,664
2,501,781
35,893
4,626,506
2,130,737

5,884,387
87,850,538
13,217,446
1,616,869
1,338,868
32,358
3,878,681
1,568,685

2,251,166
7,712,997
3,558,635
174,795
1,162,913
3,535
747,825
562,052

40,660
154,235
62,052
3,495
23,094
71
14,956
11,168

1,302,291
71,607
4,452,064
6,042,167
170,074

1,581,017
78,039
5,791,449
6,208,330
441,264

278,726
6,432
1,339,385
166,163
271,190

70

34
7
10
5
62
2
9
50

264,533
237,705

283,187
268,947

18,654
31,242

235

179

131,561,750

115,387,832|

16,173,918

309,731

12,540,441

14,652,233

2,111, 792

42
10
24
8
68
2
11

431

56

90
91
92

93
94
05
96
97
98

99
100
101
102
103

104
105

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies
Total, banks
Insurance companiesLife.
.
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty
Fidelity and surety .
.
All other
Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies

71
17
48

68
13
43

5,881,223
1,348,609
3,988,312

3,857,029
765,707
2,966,109

2,024, 194
582, 902
1,022, 203

40,184
11,643
20,048

3
4
5

136

124

11,218,144

7,588,845

3,629, 299

71,875

12

18
12
o

16
12
4

92,432,316
90,703,261
120,193
13,515,246

89,356,905
81,548,407
12,275,512

3.075, 411
9', 154, 854
120, 193
1,239, 734

61,507
183,097
2,403
24,795

1

„

;.

113, 917
53, 658
78, 967

13, 258
6, 509
7, 056

219,719

246, 542

26, 823

3,200, 586

505, 021

304, 435

250

250

4

4

81

81

2

46

43

196,771,097

183,180,824

13,590, 273

271,804

3

3,200,836

3, 505, 271

304, 435

182

1G7

207,989,241

190,769,669

17,219, 572

343,679

15

3,420,555

3, 751, 813

331, 258

15
124
237
86
70

13
107
150
46
47

2,379,962
8,580,615
1,825,538
865,684
3,147,309

1,859,471
6,353,305
1,319,565
775,632
2,811,735

520 4P1
2.227, 310
505, 973
90, 052
335, 574

7 TQ 7
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10,-2,
1,7S"
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2
17
s,
U)

532

363

16,799,108

13,119,708

3,679 400

, Q O O

1 )

i, > , > 2

1

1,497
609

1,084

47,924.221

35,469,956

202,861

413

6.189,413
8,377

s

12,454 255 1

609

•3 400

2,l,blh
307, 49S
">M lf>9
it)') 727

853
320
855
565
634

>2< (>1

93
83
158
57

!

JJ

394 227

OH) 502
18 918

1, 827 089
10 541

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7'4

1

2,106

1,084

47,924,221

35,469,956

12,454 265

262,861

1,022

6,197,790

8 035 420

1,837 630

4,848

3,092

834,382,109

645,170,710

189,211 399

3,713,384

1,756

52,446,991

489 719

13,042 728

$1,022
70,209

$1,303
108,278

$281
38,069

16

71,231

109,581

38,350

i
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1
2
4

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
."
Florists and fruit growers .
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry




7

4

13

$86,414

$57,841

$28,573

$571

1

2

2

16,960

6,937

4,023

80

22

6

97,374

64,778

32,596

651

8
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Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
«
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of Connecticut

100,659 ,
47,149 ;
71,911 ;

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Classification No.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
DELAWARE—Continued.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Total
num-

INDUSTRIES.

ber of
corporations
reporting.

Number of
corporations.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

1 Num-

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

Normal ber of
cortax.
i pora-

Gross
income.

tions.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
CO

H

5
6
7
9
10
11
12

13
14
15
16
17
18
20
21

22
23

24
25

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mine^
Gold and silver and precious metals
Lead and zinc mines
Ouarries
Oil gas and salt wells ..
All other
Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables).,
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Tiread and bakerv products
Coffee and spices".
Flour mills and grist mills
:
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their products-~
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and Twine




2

1

$34,743

$23,688

$1,298

$1,298

..............

1

1

$1,666

2,484

818

1
2
3
6

1,357
43,740

15,745
3,174
76,738
106,129

15,745
1,817
76,738
62,389

46,763

205,568

158,805

$11,055

$221

1

1
2
4
10

1
4

5,000
970,095

4,800
808,288

200
161,807

20

6

1,009,838

836,776

173,062

3,462

14

728

1

4
3,237

8

7

243,582

207,151

36,431

19

13

862,457

670,830

191,627

3,475

3
5
1

2
4
1

46,178
205,060
4,030
121,533

32,077
170,158
3,691
96,385

14,101
34,902
339
25,148

282
698

4

1,523

1,747

224

6

94,120

106,481

12,361

\

27,304
14.793

37,053
14,939

9,749
146

9

137,740

160,220

22,480

503

1

1

22,455

20,247

2,208

44

41

32

1,505,295

1,200,539

304,756

5,737

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27
28
oq
30
31
33
34

35
36

37
38
39

40
41
12

Cotton g o o d s . . .
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk good 5
Woo^n and worsted a oods
Men's clothing
. . .
. . . .
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other

Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planin^ mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished products—
Leather tanned curried and finished
Boots and shoes
All other

....

1

43
44
45
46

Total, paper and printing
47
49

Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
. . .
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages




130,758

125,929

4,829

97
1

44,669

59,070

14,401

2
2

176,078
3, 948,018

116,517
3, 116,230

59,561
831,788

1, 191
16, 636

2

10,380

5

4, 254,854

3, 358,676

896,178

17, 924

3

55,049

...
11,804
70,874

15,825

1
22

4
8

318,924
5, 658,031

273,735
4, 317,497

45,189
1,340,534

904
26, 186

5

52,922

66,351

13,429

27, 090

5

52,922

66,351

13,429

1,424

28

23

5, 976,955

4, 591,232

1,385,723

10

6

170,497

141,717

28,780

575

4

50,547

62,124

11,577

5

4

476,703

283,920

192,783

3, 855

1

26,570

47,536

20,966

15

10

647,200

425,637

221,563

4, 430

5

77,117

109,660

32,543

H

H
H
Xfl

o

10

691,288

1, 424,249

1, 267,039

25, 252

1

1, 910,000

1, 510,402

399,598

7, 992

11

4, 601,288

2, 934,651

1,666,637

33, 244

5
19

4
13

731,857
651,987

527,832
532,702

204,025
119,285

4, 080
2, 385

1
6

102,922

15,737
116,323

15,737
13,401

24

17

1, 383,844

060,534

323,310

465

7

102,922

132,060

29,138

3
3

3

897,014

697,070

199,944

3, 998
3

25,313

60,358

35,045

6

3

897,014

697,070

199,944

3, 998

3

25,313

60,358

35,015

10
1

Total, leather and finished products
Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc )
...
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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Classification No. 1

DELAWARE—Continued.

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Net income.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
CO

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined .
Soap
All other

61
62
63
64

65
66
67
68
69
70

Total, stone, clay, and glass products
Metals and metal products other than iron and s t e e l Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other




H
5
6
1
4
2

5
6

S3,883,928
232,620

SI,768,675
165,283

. .

2
3

108,948
123,976

7

6

163,926,004

26

Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work .
ClayBrick and t i l e . . . .
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
All other
Glass and glass products

59
60

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

22

168,275,476

50,591,531

1
4

I

1,565,418
24,514

1,426,678
23,240

3

2

10,711

JR31.932
1,347

12,115,253
67,337

74,314
46,060

34,634 i
77,916 !

693
1,183

1

1

$15,590
13,701

SI, 437
2,905

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57,107

59,899

2,792

2,491,440

1

20,370

31,191

10,821

3

117,683,945

2,526,595

4

102,426

120, 381

17,955

Q
O

138,740
1,274 |

2.775
26

o

6,923

42,663

35,740

1,826 j

8,885

37

1

!

o nee

•> new

1,898

1,600,643

1,458,803

5
2
1

4

51,925

42,757

9,168

157

1

14,443

12,247

2,196

44

141,840

1

1

12,437

14,335 |

4

5

j

g

1

i

9

>

S14,153
10, 796

115,388,805

;;;;..;
;;
48,537,199

1

172

1
1

19,360

59,086

39,726

6,847
893

4
893

549

549

1
2
1

6, 843

Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
[71
[72
173,
76
77
78
79

9I

Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
.
*
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc.
Rubber goods
Fur goods..
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
Allother..

6,368

55,004

11,364 |

18,629

16,656 !

1,973

7,395 !
31,050 |
1,338,879

728
3,136
588,718

1,838,699
144,928

1,759,917
129,016

78,782
15,912

1,383 I
303 j.

625,465

542,430

83,035

4,500,975

3,320,991

1,179,984

23,599

8,602

7,146,334

1,952,268

172

198,307,539

73,520,011

124,787,528 |

10

449,271

350,220

9,051

2,428,277
1,537,183
5,766
22,708
35,010
122,930

1,893,026
716,479
3,941
20,732
34,641
81,740

535,251
820,704
1,825
1,976
369
41,190

10,705
16,413
37
40
7
823

4,601,145 i

3,100,779 |

1,500,366

633,849 !
201,567 !
1,383,250 !

409,625
133,993
901,370

224, 224
67,574
481,880

Total, miscellaneous industries..
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries

224

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city a n d suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, a n d radio companies
All other

I
36

Total, banks
Insurance companiesLife
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty.
Fidelity and surety.
Allother
Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies




2,218,666 I
536,931

1,444,9
450,995

I

53

128,841

773,678

46,877

69,139

22,262

469,833

232,646

816,879 I 1,257.112 J

1,981

5,472
4,093

57,109
160,170

102,628 i
232,170 !

45,519
72,000

25,146
35,968

25,188
48,474

42
12,506

30,006

287,781

427,413

139,632

4,484
351
798
8,

77,687

91,319

13,632

""338"

910

""*572

14,633

78,025

92,229

14,204

78,025

92,229

14,204

85,936 |

8,953
435

440,233

14,425 '
4,528 I

W

2!
7

1,719 .
"1,077"!]

590,759
56

237,305

237,187

5 i

16,903 !

'53,'828 "|

"*53,"828'

I

2,377
79,166

1,608 |
.

15
Total, public utilities
B a n k s a n d insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks a n d State b a n k s .
Trust companies

2,391 !
160,998 !

108,464

38,381

7 j

1,446

14
81,832

15
63
11,371

8,289 |

39

8,123
34,186
1,927,597
2 !
6

6,843

201

450,995

139,764

2,796

2,809,425

1,895,983

913,442

17,429

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
DELAWARE—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

99
100
101
102
103

105

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

H

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants..

3
16
29
23

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive

Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of Delaware.

3
13
23
12
2

$238,853
792,514
785,027
196,950
241,755

$209,415
561,827
370,324
162,277
211,682

$29,438
230,687
414,703
34,673
30,073

$508
4,615
8,294
695
602

74

Total, merchandising companies.
104

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

53

2,255,099

1,515,525

739,574

14,714

313 ! 228 ! 12,489,369
199 I.
512 I 228 I 12,489,369

4,365,039

8,124,330

4,365,039

554 | 221,569,789

85,298,891

960

$20,512
10,438
219,486
1,757

$20,780
15,159
247,093
5,146

$268
4,721
27,607
3,389

21

252,193

288,178

35,985

161,260

85
199

685,444

1,132,850
24,073

447,406
24,073

8,124,330

161,260

284

685,444

1,156,923

471,479

136,270,898

2,894,425

406

2,238,316

3,537,004

1,298,688

$264
22,047

$5
335

3
2

$13,403
5,552

$40,548
14,739

$27,145
9,187

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry




.
*

4
5

1
3

$264
178,710

$156,663

3

1

67,398

50,376

17,022

340

2

30,585

45,806

15,221

12

5

246,372

207,039

39,333

680

7

49,540

101,093

51,553

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Coal mines
Copper mines
Iron mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)..
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs...
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps.
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods....
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
...
Men's and women's other furnishings
\11 other
Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills.
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products




i

2

2

1

1

1

134,862

15,985

160

118,877

160

2
7

1
1

5 741
441,739

4,053
437,029

4,710

i,688

34
94

1
6

2,169
26,545

9,221
31,924

7,052
5,379

12

2

447,480

441,082

6,398

128

10

147,591

176,167

28,576

3
6
1
1

2
5
1
1

220,892
1,485,943
21,195
56,133

198,248
1,328,474

22,644
157,469

1
1

85,646
165,995

97,043
180,852

11,397
14,857

i

:.:;;..
453
3,149

Ul

H

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41,757

14,376

288

H
h-H

6
1

3
1

813 335
1,566,494

632,6*34
1,451,747

180,70i

3,596
2,295

3

114,747

18

13

4,163,992

3,669,153

494,839

9,879

5

50,562

55,786

5,224

302,203

333,681

31,478

1

1

Q
Ul

74,502

77,078 i

2,576

3
1
1

2

48,214

45,933

2,281

46

1
1
1

6,170
18,278
15,754

8,318
22,206
16,029

2,148
3,928
275

6

2

48,214

45,933

2,281

46

4

114,704 |

123,631

8,927

2
13

1
6

22,591
9,763,735

17,765
3,695,866

4,826
6,067,869

97
121,357

1
7

1,374
59,786

2,146
74,894

772
15,108

15

7

9,786,326

3,713,631

6,072,695

121,454

8

61,160

77,040

15,880

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Classification No.

D I S T R I C T O F COLUMBIA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills..
38
Furniture and fixtures .
39
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather andfinishedproducts—
40
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
41
Boots and shoes
42
All other
Total, leather andfinishedproducts
Paper and printing—
43
Paper and wood pulp
.
44
Manufactures of paper
45
Printing and publishing
46
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing
Liquors and beverages—
47
Distilled
48
Malted
49
All other
Total, liquors and beverages
Chemicals and allied products50
Chemicals
51
Fertilizers
37




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

Normal
tax.

2
1

2
1
1

$23,555
15,645
9,924

$21,302
12,108
9,175

$2,253
3,537
749

71
15

5J

4

49,124

42,585

6,539

131

1

1

• 12,565

11,986

579

1

12,565

11,986

579

1
2
28

331,754
186,114
3,588,509

223,057
40,681
2,992,133

108,697
145,433
596,376

2,174
2,909
11,918

Deficit.

12

2
3
42

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

12

1

Number of
corporations.

$13,408
1

$18,653

$5,245

13,408

18,653

5,245

3

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1
14

445,990

109,451
900
508,985

900
62,995

109,451

6

307,061

277,993

29,068

582

53

37

4,413,438

3,533,864

879,574

17,583

16

555,441

619,336

63,895

4
1

2
1

491,669
25,448

433,242
18,060

58,427
7,388

1,168
148

2

576,348

596,902

20,554

5

3

517,117

451,302

65,815

1,316

2

576,348

596,902

20,554

2
2

2
1

72,534
242,740

36,018
157,179

36,516
85,561

730
1,711

1

298

3,132

2,834

6 j

52
53
54
55
56
57
58

59
60
61
62
63
64

65
66
67
68
69
70

71
72
73
74
75
76
79
80
81

Gas, illuminating and h e a t i n g . . . . . . . . . .
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
P a t e n t medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap

All other
Total, Chemicals and allied products..
Stone, clay, and glass productsStone—
Cement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc.
Allother.
(rlass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products
Metal and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
M usical instruments, pianos., organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries




194,325

182,772

11,553 !

283,636 j

177,640

105,996 |

2,120

104,978

82,723

22,255

410

898,213

636,332

261,881

5,202

1 I

1 i

17,793
82,794

14,091
78,117

3 I
1 !

388,666
104,386

324,031
94,650

64,635
9,736

1,292
195

593,639

510,889

82,750 j

250,046

""'I24,"377

87,805

39,565
257

1,655

351,616

2 !
1 i

18

3,702
4,677 |

245 !
40,365

74
94

7,126 !
71,391
3,120 !

1 I
3 !.
5i
1 i.
1!

101,570

"'732*

1,372,359 !

1,047

802
9,619

7,512

386

72,246

855

3," 635"|'

515
1, 756

44," 632

31,719
10,406 1
47,638 !

4,926
1 677
958

89,763 j

7,561

30,447

3 i
2 i
1

46,680

82,202 !

i

'i,416,"99i

26,793
8,729

5,320
663

49,984

83,393 I

2,031

* 36,572

44,885
920

50,89

W
H
O
W

669'

3

1,892,984

1,710,210

182, 774

13,411

11,531

1,880

38

43,787 !

33,541

10,246 j

204 !

12

775,605 J

454,016

5
1
19

316,717 i
83,119 |
1,298,579

306,008
81,320
1,057,298

241, 281

2,531,218 \

1,943,714

587,504 ;

24,906,830 \

16,2(9,599

69 I
211

132

10,709 j
1 799 !

8,637,231

I

159,008 i

214
36
4,823

10
1
7

11,379

165,299

6,291

283, 227 !

397, 166

113,939
2,274
9,403

28

172, C

20,451
515

6,064

321,589

o
o

283
125, 408 !

2,557

134. 811

152,873
2,425,841 I 2,743,629

317,785
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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Cor. tinued.

00

o

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Total
number of
|
cor- Num-:
pora- ber of I
Normal
Gross
Total
Net income.
tions | cor- i income.
deductions.
tax.
report-i pora- ;
ing. ! tions. i

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.
Num-!
ber of I
Gross
cor- !
pora- i income.
tion*. I

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

GO
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies..
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks.
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies.
All other
Total, public utilities.
Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust companies
Total, banks.

H
59 i
10 I
2 ;
'

4 i $4,900,294
37 | 178,044,385
6,211,560
508.800

Grand total, banks and insurance companies




$1,470,207
22,741,692
1,670,125
149,293

266,786

5,246

S29, 405
409, 056
33, 401
2 986

1
22
5
1

$284
S,609,878
159', 873
49^914

$5,199
9,108,319
176,099
54,343

$4, 915
558,441
16,226
4,399

380,792

399,204 S
9,803,164 |

596,393

23

1,399,692

1,132,906

109

70

191,070,737

164,772,574

26,298,163

480,094 |

14
21 I

14
18

5

2,946.387
892,086
2,158,451

1,856,649
684,426
1,249,677

1,089,738
207,660
908,774

21,794
4,153
18,175

8,752
780

25,687
6,811

16,935
0,031

41

37

5,996,924

3,790,752

2,206,172

44,122

9,532

•32,498

22,906

1,342,211
397,878
28,023
200,160 I

1,255,124
300.237

87,087
97,641
28,023
65,115

1,742
1,954
561
1,304

449,828
873,487

22

1,968,272 |

1,690,406

277,866 I

59

7,965,196 i

5,481,158

2,484,038 |

6 I

27

135,045

5,561 |
49,683

O

12,412

39 j 9,206,771

33

Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)...
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other
Total, insurance companies

$6,436,027
155,302,693
4,541,441 I
359,507

10 i

a
o

g

5,271

457,279 | 7,451
1,041,144 | 167,657
5,465

194

5 J 1,328,586

1,503,888 j

175,302

9 j 1,338,118

1,536,386

198,268

100
101
102
103

Merchandising companies:
Department stores.
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants..

1,145,335 I
1,017,912 I
811,099
701,731
2,632,440

108

7,971,644

6,308,517

1,603,127

32,635

277

10,273,963

7,941,272

2,332.691

10,273,963

7,941 272

2,332,691

653

Total, merchandising companies.
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
.*
105
Corporations—inactive
'
Total, miscellaneous companies

369,210
331,032
368,227
90,965
503,693

7,384
6,621
7,351
1,819
9,460 '

1.514,545 |
1,348,944 |
1,179,326
792,696
3,135,133

242,882,222

201,421,241

41,460,981

778,274

60 I
44 I
32 !

6 |
22 |
18

87,128
243,924
392,825
233,426

53

962,303

42,965 |

148
132

2,049,256

42,965 !

280

2 049,256

128,192
509,845
423,448
256,448

41,064
265,921
30,623
18,022

1,317,9

355,630

2,510,410
3,038

461,154
3,018

104

425
132
557

Grand total for the District of Columbia..

1,130

477 j 16,179,420

2,513,428
18,191,8

464,172
2,012,380

I

FLORIDA.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.

!

13
25
6
13

$478,473
598,436
71,824
1,176, 900

$315,016
470,811
54,943 I
918,850 |

$163,457
127,625
16,881
258,050

$3,267
2,297
335
5,161

1 139 j

57

2,325,633

1,759,620 i

566,013

11,060

76 I
26 i
24 1

..!
..:
-•!

Total, agriculture and animal husbandry

13

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines.
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals.
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other

62, 753
383,176

41,217
339,053

21,536
44,123

445,929

380,270

65,659

1,314

179,189

174,638

4.551

101,654
12,224
114,739

87,137
11,161

14,517
1,063
24,745

18 !

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meatpacking, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices \ .'.
Flour mills and gristmills




$343,525 :
397
192,578

$534,016
1,284
465,498

536,500 | 1,000,798

431
883

Total, extraction of minerals..

63 |

$190,491
887
272,920

o
GO

464,2

o
o

8 j

6, 7?S
36,020
159,028

93
15,748
82,854

103,081

201,776

98,695

1 j

290
21
494

5,290

7,823

2,533

5 !

1
11

6,635
20,272
76,174

93,291

107,064

13, 773

26,689
20,950

27,262
24,958

573
4,008

co

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRI- M
TORIE S—Continued.
jg
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
FLORIDA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

35

Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel ProductsBlast furnaoes, steelworks, and rolling mills..
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products




Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Normal
tax.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

$171,381

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Food and kindred products—Continued.
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products...
Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings.
All other

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

$130,244

$41,137

$823

579,187

493,174

86,013

1,716

117,016

107,044

9,972

Number of
corporations.

l

<$*- I D^jt-

200

i™

$180,864 ;

$204,188 |

$23,324

327,084 j

371,295

44,211

O
25

11

O

o
•••

' 21, 715 j

" IS,'542'

3,i73

"*63

2,500 I
21,102 i
116,123 i
16,137 j

2,135
20,186
73,508
12,854

365
916
42,615
3,283

18
852
66

294,593

234,269

60,324

1,206

53,784
657,598

47,087
461,243 j

6,697
196,355

134
3,926

98,796

113,645

14,849

711,382 i

508,330 ;

203,052 |

4,060

8,796

113,645

14,849

g

37 I

40
41
42

43
44
45
46

47
48
49

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

59
61
62
63
64

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and
fixtures
. .
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
All other
Total, leather andfinishedproducts
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping and eiectrotyping, type
founding, et c.) /.
..."
Total, paper and printing
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted

All other
Total, liquors and beverages
Chemicals and allied products —
Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
. .
Soap
All other
Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products




95
2
18
115

51

12,060,892
1,167
708,932

10,702,280
1,071
630,136

65

12,770,991

11,333,487

1,358,612
96
78,796
1,437,504

27,172
2
1,576
28, 750

44
1
5
50

5,481,044
1,118
310,616

5,976,433
2,672
317,324

5, 792, 778

6,296,429

495,389
1,554
6,708
503,651

i

1
55

1
41

34,445
2,215,113

12,095
1,937,699

22,350
277,414

447
5,528

14

206,056

218,726

12,670

56

42

2,249,558

1,949,794

299,764

5,975

14

206,056

218,726

12,670

2
3
19

3
12

678,375
861,090
234,968

220,793
607,347
202,135

457,582
253,743
32,833

9,151
5,075
649

7

82,209

94,969

12,760

24

17

I,774,433

1,030,275

744,158

14,875

7

82,209

94,969

12,760

1
2
6
1

1
5

20
590,982
414,661

448,354
316,936

20
142,628
97,725

2,853
1,955

1
1

5,046
10,702
83,096

5,291
13,232
84', 842

245
2,530
1,746

4

1
1

34,689
110,516

29,162
51,246

5.527
59; 270

3

501

2,708

2,207

18,198

1
38

1.782
2,083J 478

3,289
2,442,405

1,507
358,927

1,215,073

24,303

45

2,184,605

2,551,767

367,162

7,111

758

16

2
3

3,634
59,764

5,770
64,700

2,136
4,936

81,952

79 121

2,831

56

4
1
1

35,405
157,489
11,488

43,082
191,188
11,938

7,677
33,699
450

89,821

86,232

3,589

72

11

267,780

316,678

48,898

1
89

51

3,419,109

2,509,206

909,903

105

60

4,569,977

3,354,904

2
6

3

7,869

4

8
1
1
18

iii

a
o

1,185

00
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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

00

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Classification No.

FLORIDA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWINGr NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Net income.

$16,931

$3,144

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

TATIS

Total
deductions.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
65

67
68
69
70

Manufactures-...
. . .
Automobiles motorovclps and biovolp^
Carriages and wagons
Car*? (steam railroad strppt PSTN pfp ^
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and s t e e l . . .

71
79

73

74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
...
All other

3

1

$20,075

$63

If

2

1
1

25,385

$34, 632
32,715
25,385

$4,050
32,715

H
=
£
O

5

1

20,075

16,931

3,144

63

4

55,967

92,732

36,765

S

30,624
186

O
S
P

25

16

2,974,803

2,714,341

260,462

5,211

9

768,818

799,442

3

2

54,062
21,353
44,564

42,62I
13,317
42,221

12,041
8,036
2,343

241

1
1

7,140
5,905

7,326
6,243

336,904
73,717

252,681
67,071

84,223
6,646

1,685
131

2
1

2,214
287

5,582
539

3,368
252

9
1

195,170
778
322,957

229,575
1,218
365,390

34, 405

1,303,269
10,318,544

1,415,315

112,046

11,471,556

1,153,012

2
1

1
1

5
6

161
47

15
3

3
5
6
2

60

43

467,116
28,327
1,904,725

432,885
27,002
1,583,805

34,231
1,325
320,920

683
27
6,381

17

Total, miscellaneous industries

120

79

5,905,571

5,175,344

730,227

14,567

41

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries

499

309

28,965,588

24,182,740

4,782,848

95,587

190




$30,582

338

440

42,433

| Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All others
Total, public utilities.
Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust companies
Total, banks.
Insurance companiesLife
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other
Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies...
99
100
101
102
103

104
105

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale j obbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies..
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of Florida




22

952,096
9,567,842
1,876,014
1,608,917
204,834

839,791
7,157,131
1,458,704
1,391,267
133,102

21
24

504,797
812,103

93 |

53
190
13
256

i
I
I
!

112,305
2,410,711
417,310
217, 650
71,732

419,313
632,890

85,484
179,213

1,708
3,584

15,526,603

12,032,198

3,494,405

69,745

43 |
167 i
10 !

3,202,645
2,723,309
924,915

2,378,766
1,958,949
622,839

220 !

6,850,869 I

4,960,554 !

823, 879
764,360
302,076
1,890,315

7 !
12 j

22 I

125,006
1,263,375
132,689
384,358
10,665

133,743
1,470,456
160,109
505,193
10,984

8,737
207,081
27,420
120,835
319

141,493
360,876

165,162
398,457

23,669
37,581

2,418,462

2,169
48,159
8,347
4,343
1,435

2,844,104

425,642

15,953
15,268
6,041

10 I
23 I
3 I

320,531
202,854
70,507

423,201
240,832
82,876

102,670
37,978
12,369

37,262 I

36 !

593,892 |

746,909 |

153,017
>

448
2,198
42 |

419
1,171

87,353

697,247

67,728
13,218

29
1,027

109,128

1,748 I

1,660

78,710
22,273

10,982
9,055

121,895

12,767

3
o
CO

"*i,"738"

1,770

191,734

224,616

1,978,724

39,032 j

785,626

971,525

32,882
_____
185,899

789,599
4,045,792
988,510
166,163
3,292,391

219,168
2,030,679
513,350
35,808
234,075

4,173
40,400
10,243
718
4,683

19
172
17
15

471,711
1,203,361
131,646
653,816

554,769
1,957,472
208,617
684,553

83,058
754,111
76,971
30,737

12,315,535

9,282,455

3,033,080

60,217 |

223

2,460,534

3,405,411

944,877

14,347,502

10,597,408

3,750,094

74,085

368
365

2,518,719
1,200

3,582,499
14,169

1,063,780
12,969

74,0S5

733

2,519,919

3,596,668

1,076,749

19,142,666 i 23,491,838

4,349,172

611,484

i, 409

32

699,893

303 |

252

7,550,762

5,572,0

119 I
282
28
38

100
110
11
23

1,008,767
6,076,471
1,501,860
201,971
3,526,466

474

251

915
365

547

1,280 I

547

14,347,502

10,597,408

3,750,094

2,869 1,518

81,477,552

63,806,729

17,670,823

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
GEORGIA.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere

Number of
corporations.

1
1 i.
3

Net income.

$1,002,265
281,444
74,494
34,743

$264,142
126,606
21,731
26,954

1,832,379

1,392,946

439,433

8,422

29,059

Number of
corporations.

$4,915
2,532
435
540

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

$82,874
192,894
6,336
66,433

159
......

$50,236
13,135
9,402
46,530

348,537 I

467,840

119,303

126,456
1,550

41

$133,110
206,029
15,738
112,963

140,233
6,521

13,777
4,971

80*6'

350

450

651,666
4,000
683,429

569,095
3,911
513,031

82,571
89
170,398

1,652
2
3,367

255,579

267,130

11,551

10

85,304

116,364

"31," 060

1,376,922

1,115,446

261,476

5,189

17

468,889

530,248

61,359

!

Total, extraction of minerals.

Normal
tax.

Total
deductions.

37,027

59

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar




Gross
income.

$1,266,407
408,050
96,225
61,697

12

Total, agricultural and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

24

71,460

70,262

1,198

24

17,528

20,990

3,462

34,722

20,98,4

13,738

253

19,275

23,032

3,757

507,409
513,141

407,521
438,628

99,888
74,513

1,750
1,490

1,839,179

1,499,163

340,016

6,674

42,948
15,060
10,306

48,117
23,872
14,648

5,169
8,812
4,342

4,801

4,147

654

13

13,472

14,300

828

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23

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

35
36

37
38
39

40
41
42

43
44
45
46

Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs. .
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other
Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel products— T
Blast furnaces, steel w orks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather andfinishedproducts—
T eather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes.
All other
Total, leather andfinishedproducts

14
2

11
2

1,787,241
36,702

1,460,223
32,909

327,018
3,793

6,541
76

3

35,143

54,974

58

46

4,794,655

3,933,837

860,818

16,821

12

153,732

199,933

Total, paper and printing




46,201

j
.

i

11

46,529
1,509,371

52,151
1,539,507

5,622
30,136

3

122,852

132,058

9,206

3,160
2,494
16
25 412

1
2
1

84,896
61,871
3,610

92,269
67,651
3,621

7,373
5,780
11

1

20,150

20,217

67

12,427,103

224,111

20

1,849,279

1,907,474

58,195

475,902
2,845,761

720,490
471,946

14,410
9,113

1
12

31,569
364,868

32,663
387, 737

1,094
22,869

4,514,099

3,321,663

1,192,436

23,523

13

396,437

420,400

23,963

58
15
26

4,320,907
783,038
1,628,269

3,610,584
668,687
1,340,038

710,323
114,351
288,231

13,657
1,980
5,382

23
5
5

1,257,820
121,717
1,343,367

1,712,171
146,937
1,416,254

454,351
25,220
72,887

132

99

6,732,214

5,619,309

1,112,905

21,019

33

2,722,904

3,275,362

552,458

3
1
7

1
5

290 892
25o'782
186,585

147 078
181 948
158,387

143 814
73 834
28!198

2 877
1 046
388

2

60,824

64,786

3,962

11

9

733,259

487,413

215,846

4,311

2

60,824

64,786

3,962

13
86

11
57

4,597,584

i,i5i,453

730,971
4,223,727

420,482
373,857

8,410
6,973

2
29

201,846
1,340,559

258,436
1,522,984

56,590
182, 425

31

1,542,405

1,781,420

239,015

4
105
3
19

3
94
3
16

171,578
44,663,687
209 077
3,740,128

131,460
34,521,520
162 900
3,107,479

40,118
10,142,167
46 177
632,649

802
179,504
924
11,799

6
8
4
22
1

5
6
3
22

1,103,494
582,228
64,189
4,500,642

945,498
456,541
63,392
3 219 130

157,996
125,687
797
1 2S1 512

172

152

55,035,023

42,607,920

4
54

3
42

1,196,392
3,317,707

58

45

81
20
31

Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing
(engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping,
t y p e founding, etc.).'

19,831

2

2

99,748

83,928

15,820

70

5,848,785

5,038,626

810,159

15,672

3
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101

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Classification No. 1

GEORGIA—Continued.

47
48
49

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products .
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other
Total, chemicals and allied products

59
60
61
62
63
64

Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

COEPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal

tax.

75

66

$7,192,074

Si,070 806

S3.121.268

$62,407

75

66

7,192,074

4,070,806

3,121,268

62,407

9
112
3
76
4
9

4
75
2
50
3
5

272,116
4,854,006
302,854
7,626, 757
170,369
664,848

199,426
3,457,610
241,319
6,875,979
142,382
549,115

72,690
1,396,396
61,535
750, 778
27,987
115,733

1,455
22', 086
1,231
14,214
559
2,315

Number of
corporations.

9
9 !
5
37
1
26
1
4

»= IS-

Deficit..

$224,318 ,

$278,889

$54,571

o

224,318

278,889

54,571

!"

o

36,615
734, 736
164,128
904,026
2,646
12 2fi8

43,180
954, 500
165,890
1,076,156
4,411
15,459

6,565
219,764
1,762
172,130
1,765
3,191

o
o

25

20

2,266,229

1, 726,014

540,215

10,398

5

25,298

51,404

26,106

238

159

16,157,179

13,191,845

2,965,334

52,258

79

1,879,717

2,311,000

431,283

6
24

3
17

539,782
1,367,171

381,598
1,171 869

158,184
195,302

3 163
3,556 •

3

7

24 881
136,004

51,345
159,238

26,464
23,234

«

952,913
225,576
38,367

837 261
178,274
25,518

115 652
47,302
12,849

2,312
947
257

11
1
1
1

367,917
3,475
25 678
16,318

429,C81
3,513
9
6 082
21^932

61,764
38
404
5,614

38

3,123,809

2,594,520

529,289

10,235

24

574,273 |

691,791

117,518

25
4
2
1
62

65 !
66 i

67 j

68 !
69 |

70 I

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
81

82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

90
91
92

Metals and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters..
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles and bicvcles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
...1

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements..
Electrical machinery.
Musical instruments, pianos, organs etc . .
Rubber goods
Fur goods
'
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction, contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
Allother
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries.
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
. ..
Railways, electric, citv and suburban..
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Telephone telegraph and radio companies
All other
Total, public utilities
Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks . . . .
Trust companies
=
Total banks




1

i

10 |
4 !
13

9
•

4 i
£

544,003
164,476
292,367

367,6f5
121,712
232,679 !

176,338
42,764
59,688

3, 527
855
1, 170

I
1

2,042
173,067 :

8,553 ;
191,804

6.511
18,737

5

44,716

91,163 !

46,447

i
i

28

21

1,000,846

722,056

278,790

5, 552

7

219,825

291,520

71,695

5
9

3
5

80,436
230,800

70,566
172,842

9,870
57,958

198
1, 021

2
4

119,308
130,853 ;
•

122,704 '
178,726

3,396
47,873

3
1

2
1

45,952
75,664

35,661

10,951
14 678

219
294

1

9,325 |

11,768

2,443

60,986

16

12

4,890,458

4,16*6,435

730,023

14 601

4

23,837 !

35,251

11,414

?0
6
87

u

1,747,127
55,071
2,738,681

110,885
65,430
547,411

213
308
10 487

7

4
60

1,858,012
120,501
3,286,092

2
27

388,185 !
15,026
1,126,155 |

412,027
19,128
1, 379,526

23,842
4,102
253,371

147

100

10,587,915

9,040,709

1,547,206

30 341

47

1,812,689 ! 2, 159,130

346,441

1, 082

805

115,719,858

90,628,704

25,091,154

466 250

277

11,436,403 j 13, 381,705

1,945,302

40
6?
15
15
5

31
36
8
9
2

3,606,275
27,902,163
3 768 960
5,589,965
4,848

3,009,193
23,919,199
2,735 196
2,940,914
2,986

597,082
3,982,964
1 033 764
2,649,051
1,862

11 918
78
20 676
50 586
38

9
26
7
6
3

1,242,135
1, 310,198
8,140,383 j 8 796,454
70,746
85,439
100,225
121,859
35,783 j
39,010

68,063
656,071
14,693
21,634
3,227

57
131

50
106

18,237,787
1,798,026

15,630,156
1,475,268

2,607,63i
322,758

52 153
6 118

7
25

65,913
478,048

5,455
35,900

325

242

60,908,024

49,712,912

11,195,112

220 010

83

10,091,878| 10 896,921

805,043

618
24

108
558
22

5 899,297
8,821,520
1,812,657

3,908,475
5,603,807
1,043; 204

1,990,822
3,217,713
769,453

39 804
62 ,483
15,299

4
60
2

42,619
375,090 j
2,785 i

90,024
525,918
6,788

47,405
150,828
4,003

754

688

16,533,474

10,555,486

5,977,988

117 ,586

66

420,494 j

622,730

202,236

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60,458 !
442,148 |

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GEORGIA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations .

Gross
income.

$1,864,708
52,772
42,878
3,277,045

100
101
102
103

Total, merchandising companies.
104
105

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive.

|
I
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5,237,403 |

$1,801,549
47,503
3,178,249

$63,159
5,269
42,878
98,796

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

$118,973 i
315,263 i

$157,920
365,756

$38,947
50,493

13,272 |

$1,263
105
858
1,977

14,976

1,704

210,102
6,188,090 ]

707 i

21,770,877

!

15,582,787 j

19
212
167
44
32

18
180
75
27
19

1,883,418 I
11,639,913 ,
766,277 i
1,117,156 i
883,393 j

1,597,187 I
8,142,117
564,213
1,039,109
'719,295

i
i
,
!
i

474 i 319 i 16,290,157 j
1,778
237
1,955 1,

Grand total for the State of Georgia.

4,758 ! 3,424

!
i
!
|

554,588

94,5S1

121,789

880,501

1,177,318

296,817

5,674
64,404
4,030
1,557
3,240

143,799
630,859
582,809
420,067
415,370

198,607
885,028
809,268
453,255
701,276

54,808
254,169
226,459
33,188
285,906

2,192,904

3,047,434

854,530

4,082,230

5,438,941
36,982

1,356,711
36,982

5,475,923

1,393,693

12,061,921

4,228,236 j
9,105,138 !
1

181,625

9,105,138 j

181,625 !

33,197,729 ! 24,092,591
j

194,587,307

o

3,437

460,007

24,092,591

33,197,729

251,095,946

286,231
3,497,796
202,064
78,047
164,098

15,936

4,203

5,027,301

781

Total miscellaneous companies




Number of
corporations .

12,499 i

Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies

deductions.

Normal
tax.

Net income.

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Banks and insurance companies—Continued.
Insurance companies—
Life..
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual).,
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allother

Merchandising companies:
Department stores,
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants..

Total

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

78,905 ' 155

56,508,639 j 1,082,190

450
237
687

4,082,230

1,334

29,501,342

34,977,389 I 5,476,047

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Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
. . .
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
G old and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Oil gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
Butter, cheese, and milk
13
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
14
and vegetables)..
15
Oleomargarine
16
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products
17
Bread and bakery products
18
19
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
20 |
molasses. . .
.
21
Beet sugar
.
. .
Confectionery and ice cream
22
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs .
24 j
25 |
Cordage and twine
26 I
Cotton goods
..
27
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
...
29
Silk and silk goods
30
Woolen and worsted goods
31 |
Men's clothing
32 !
Women's clothing .
33
Men's and women's other furnishings
34
Allother
Total, textiles and their products
.




60
11
7

49
4
5

$24,236,544
199,S21
337,244

$13,377,196
185,738
152,536

$10,859,348
14,083
184,708

$217,188
281
3,291

11
7
2

$90,018
1,483,677
48.328

$124,783
1,592,763
71,427

$34,765
109,086
23,099

78

58

24,773,609

13,715,470

11,058,139

220,760

20

1,622,023

1,788,973

166,950

1

1

88 075

87 276

. 799

16

7

6

1,965,869

1,302,829

663,040

13,261

1

71,540

84,901

13,361

1
3

1

27,747

27,583

164

3

1
2

56,973
4,847

60,363
10,966

3,39(
6,119

5

3

53,554

31,740

21,814

437

2

69,657

73,559

3,902

31

29

39,714,109

21,852,914

17,861,195

333,637

2

7,686

27,075

19,389

1
3
52

1
1

3 013
35,682
41,888,049

2 308
35^ 271

705
411

14
8

2

46,380

49,822

3,442

23,339,921

18,548,128

347,376

10

257,083

306,686

49,603

54,852
54,852

38,041
38,041

16,811
16,811

336
336

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Classification No.

HAWAII—Continued.

35
36

37
38
39

40
41
42

43
44
45
46

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces steelworks and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills.
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments
. .
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
All other
Total, leather andfinishedproducts
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper.
Printing and publishing..
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Number of
corporations .

Gross
income.

;

Total
deductions.

Net income.

1

1

$776,852 •
!

$178,943

$597,909

1

1

776,852 i

178,943

597,909

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

$11,958

a

11 958

1

1

$84,200

$86,257

$2,057

1

1

84,200

86,257

2,057

3
o
o

g

21

15

675,913

628,306

47,607

913

6

14,913

18,014

3,101

21

15

675,913

628,306

47,607

913

6

14,913

18,014

3,101

47
48
49

Liquors a n d beverages
Distilled

Malted
All other.

..

...........

Total, liquors and beverages.
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers . .. .
.
Gas illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines.
Petroleum, refined
rfoap
All other

61
62
63
64

78

6

50,577
3,991
62,476

11

571,994

379,692

192,302

3,846

8

117,044

L
1

63,513
4,095
70,600

12,930
104
8,124

138,208

21,164

2
1

815 764
190,125

408 896
140,084

406,868
50,041

8,138
1,001

1

13,345

11,279

2,066

41

4

1,019,234

560,259

458,975

9,180

!
...| ...

i
|

2

1

51,302

49,926

1,376

28

1

6,314

7,187

873

H
C

2

.

1

51,302

49,926

1,376

28

1

6,314

7,187

873

£

2

2

86,983

58,077

28,906

578

§
tel
1

13,635

13,871

236

X

13,635

13,871

236

1

1

2,913

3,363

450

1
1

7,450
958

19,589
1,001

12,139
43

2

62,772

72,796

16,024

'

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements ..
Electrical machinerv
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etn
Rubber goods




137
,5,572
137

5

Metals and metal products other than iron and s t e e l Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles motorcycles and bicycles .
Carriages and wagons

Shipbui ding
Building construction

6,835
178'. 603
6', 864

4

Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
71
72
73
74

18,214
303 282
58,196

1

,

Stone, clay, and glass products—
StonedCement
Marble and stonf work.. .
Clay—
Brick and tile . . .
.
Pottery terra cotta fire clav etc
All other
\
Glass and glass products

'Ul other

25,049
481 885
65,060

2
1

. .

Total, stone, clav, ana glass products
ti5
66
67
68
69
70

7

•

Total, chemicals and allied products

59
60

2
4

19

. .

1
3

13

.

.

3

2

86,983

58,077

28,906

578

2
1

1

192,886

73,925

118.961

2,379

1

1

113,605

55,744

57,86i

1,157

3

i

i6,747

is, 086

1,661

33

£
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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

CD

(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Classification

HAWAII—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industries—Continued.
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
80
All other
81
79

Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam . . .
. .
...
Railways electric citv and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph and radio companies
. . .
Allother

91
92

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks.. *
Trust companies,

Total, public utilities

Total, banks




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

3
2
7

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

2*
6

Gross
income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

$43,680
144,202

$i9.36i
131^663

$387
2,633

332,637

329,507

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

$176,266

3

$772,230

$948,496

1

26,380

40,690

14,310

6,589

9

872,703

1,085,935

213,232

20

11

$63,041
275,865
662,144

124

88

45,787,323

25,565,802

20,221,521

380,804

36

1,365,892

1,656,158

290,266

6
10
1
1
2

4
6
1
1
2

1,124,851
2,934,124
680,282
3,289,676
228,631

828,259
1,900,560
464,078
2,761,727
153,349

296,592
1,033,564
216,204
527,949
75,282

5,932
20,671
4,324
10,559
1,505

2
4

29,925
90 196

30,294
140,561

369
50,365

1

100

550

450

5
12

4
8

438,745
1,137,010

304,434
1,051,698

134,311
85,312

2,686
1,706

1
4

13,980
174,212

14, O 9
f
186,872

89
12,660

38

26

9,833,319

7,464,105

2,369,214

47,383

12

308,413

372,346

63,933

10

9

|

8
6

6
6

906,957
104,193
691,694

575,201
79,031
342,929

331,756
25,162
348,765

6,636
504
6,975

1
2

10,711
2,850

11,858
4,878

1 147
2,028

24

21

1,702,844

997,161

705,683

14,115

3

13,561

16,736

3,175

g

3

o
o
g
8

94
95
96 |
97 |
98 1

99
100
101
102
103

104
105

Insurance companiesLife
,
.
8
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fide ity and surety .
All other
...
8
Total, insurance companies
32
Grand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising companies:
1
Department stores
19
Whoiesa'e jobbers
8
Real estate
4
Amusement companies
9
Hotels and restaurants.
41
Total merchandising companies
All other corporations 6f every description not elsewhere
r
provided for
1 '4fi
Corporations—inactive
258
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the Territory of Hawaii

i

571

i

.8 1

190,679 |

..J

8

190,679 j

86,269

104,410

2,088

29

1,893,523 !

1,083,430

810,093

16,203

1
15
4
1
7

9,174
2,076,841
47,570
22,608
513,400

6,617
1,794,706
18,786
19,304
454,783

2,557
282,135
28,784
3,304
58,617

51
5,403
576
66
1,172

4
4
3
2

223,436
13,151
10,667
41,197

251,944
227,336
11,951
44,410

28

2,669,593

2,294,196

375,397

7,268

13

288,451

535,641

1

86,269

|
2,088

104,410

j

. -

.

.

.. j

28,50S
214,185
1,284
3,213
247,190

i
167

16,098,534

5,228,262

10,870,272

217,333 i

45
46

167

16,098,534

5,228,262

10,870,272

217,333

91

396

101,055,901

55,351,265

45,704,636

889,751

175

1,394,558
2
1,394,560
4,992,900

1,877,791
399

483,233
397

1,878,190

483,630

6,248,044

1,255,144

IDAHO.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere..
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry.
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
,= =
All other
Total, extraction of minerals..




,

33
28
49
9
119 i

14
4
32
5

$549,402
16.857
2,713,375
1,265,632

$409,688
12,355
2,016,650
892,800

£139, 714
4,502
696,725
372,832

55 i

4,545,266

3,331,493

1,213,773

23,868 |

128,340 I
1,959,130 I

104,546
1,504,703

23,794
454,427

467 i
.0S0 I

41,083

4,576

247,614
250,532
1,203,870

$640,223 i
544,488
312,588 i
1,224,374 j

$95,342
296,874
62,056
20,504

64 i 2,246,897

2,721,673 i

o
w

o
o
g

10,382
2,056
84,324

4,193

fr-4

474,776

43,827 !
11,675
220,479;

H

3,290

92 I

2
15
18
2
1
2
105

! 145

$544,881

w

$2,743
83
13,717
7,325

11

33,445
9,619
136,155
903

45,659

6,29i,3i2
38

3,772,440

8,424,441

5,422,772

*2,*5i8,'872"
3,001,669 !

"49*383

8, 668
1,765,586

59,032

107 i 1,954,376

9,562 I
2,083,245

317,659

2,372,981

418,605

CO

TABLE lOa.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

H^

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dee. 31, 1916.)
Classification No. j

IDAHO—Continued.

n
14

15
16
17
18
10
20
"1
22
23

INDUSTRIES.

97
28
29
30
31

Confectionerv ^nd ice cream
Food preparations, all other

Number of
corporations.

!
Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions .

Gross
income.

Deficit.

J

12

SI 18, 702

$105,370

$13,332

$261

8

$135,537

1

4,714

3,197

1,517

30

3

7,104

10

8
1

252,033
7,714

233,544
7,192

18,489
522

370
10

2

9,576

ib, ow

27

25

780,880

576,674

204,206

3,737

2

24,000

25,302

2
1

101,482
4,068

77,792
3,121

23,690
947

473
19

i

32,609

44,260

50

1,269,593

1,006,890

262,703

4,900

16

208,826

231,020

20

$143,366

8,076 ;

$7,829

972
440

66

22,194

Hosiery and knit goods

Total, textiles and their products




J

*

O
2
2

\

A 11 other
.

£

jr

1,302

Textiles and their products—
Caroets and rues

Women's clothing
33 i
34

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

,

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, and milk.
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
0 leomarcarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakerv products.
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses

Total, food and kindred products

24
25
26

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

2

1

1

1

5,881

3

2

38,550

32,669

11,026

221

5,115

766

26,758

11,792

236

1

17,580

i7,650!

1

17,580

17,650

70

15

21,643

70

I iron and steel p r o d u c t s 65 j
Biast lurnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills.
36 i
Foundry and machine shops.
i
|
Total, iron and steel products.

3,307
1,383

i

t Lumber and its manufactures—
37 |
Sawmills and planing mills
38 '
Furniture and fixtures
39 j
All other woodworking establishments
i

Total, lumber and i t s manufactures.
Leather a n d finished products—
Leather, t a n n e d , curried, a n d finished
Boots a n d shoes
AH other

40
41
42

Total, leather a n d finished products
Paper a n d printing—
P a p e r and wood p u l p
Manufactures of paper
P r i n t i n g and publishing.
Industries relating t o printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, a n d clcctrotyping, t y p e
founding, etc.)
J",

43
44
45
46

O
IP
571

Total, paper and printing
47 ;
48 i
49

Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted.
Allother.

O
67,207

50
51
52
53
54
55
50
57
58




20,839

1,900

35,539

67,7S7

18,209

49,578

53,748 ;

51., 193

Iu4,941

88,106 I

2,127 ;
I

227

1,900 !

2,127 \

227

32

37,154

3 i

20 839

67,287 !

Total, liquors and beverages.
Chemical and allied products'
Chemicals.
Fertilizers
i
Gas, illuminating and heating.
Cils, and oil products
|
Paints and varnishes
i
Patent medicines
i
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allother
I
Total, chemicals and allied products.

88,106

992 !.

o
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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

oo

{Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
IDAHO—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

i Total
I number of
| cor- NumI pora- ber of
i tions cori report- pora' ing. tions.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Total
deductions. Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
Gross
corpora- income.
i tions.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

H

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
Clay—
'Brick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
Allother.
Glass and glass products
. Total, stone, clay, and glass products
Metals and iretal products oiher than iron and steelSmelters .
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles..
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)...
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
Miscellaneous industries—
Totacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc.
Rubter goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction




$83 j

$40.560

$36,418 !

$4,142

22, Of 3
20,098

21.839
17,594

224
2,504

$94,461 ;

$108,721

$14,260

82,721

75,851

6,870

94,461 i

108,721

14,260

21,142

14,050 j

7,092

14,050 I

7,092

I

142

21,142

o

142

88,554

.|

2 1

97,785

13,069

13,788

9,231

7ifl

02

o
o

so
SI ;

82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

90
yi
92

93
94
95
96
97
98

99
100
101
102
103
104
105

!
:

:

:

;
;

tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
'
Engineering
All other..".
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads steam
Railways electric, city and suburl an
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Telephone telegraph and radio companies
All other
Total, public utilities
Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National "banks
Savings tanks and State tanks
Trust companies
Total, "banks
Insurance companiesLife
.
T ire and marine (stock)
1 ire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
... Fidelity
All other
Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies. ...
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies.
Grand total for the State of Idaho




1

16,171

14,898

1,273

25

6
7

139,889
156,060

122,349
137,247

17,540
18,813

351
376

1
2
3
9

133,177 !

159

106

6,638,418

4, 925,040

1 713,378

33,808

53

1,916,216 j

32
9
5
1
18

22
7

1,446,786
788,498

1, 172,541
691,428

274,245
97,070

5,393
1,601

1
11

98,778
185,195

94,768
155,262

4,616

10
2
5

29,933

80
598

7

68,154

86,270

18,116

15
47
127

11
20
72

47,488
750,282

4,316
91,885

87
1,676

4
27

10,216
376,569

29,192
577,200

18,976
200,631

3,317,027

43,172
658,397
2, 815,558

501,459

9,435

55

1,641,488

1 941,179

299,691

55
119
16

54
110
12

2 082 808
1,757,385
375,243

1, 594,264
1, 140,050
235,617

8 008
39,826
18,351

9,170
54,090
26,310

176

4,215,436

2 879,931

11,567
12,341
2,793
26,701

1
9

190

578,544
617,335
139,626
1,335,505

14

66,185

89,570

1,162
14,264
7,959
23,385

1

1

382,451

361,267

21,184

424

33

26

181,492

123,307

58,185

1,211

2 ;
2
*
9
16

14,821
16,733

18,435 I
15,939
22,738 !
168,685

18,435
1,118
6,005
35,508

2, 209,195

292,979

57,147 !
64,427
173,180 !
179,213
953,22^ ; 1, 004,877

7,280
6,033
48,655

t

H
t>
H
•T

72

o
7

16,592

17,392

800

a
o

g

34

27

563,943

484,574

79,369

1,635

7

16,592

17,392

800

224

203

4,779,379

3 364,505

1,414,874

28,336

21

82,777

106,962

24,185

9
31
53
6
10

9
27
29
2
5

472,158
2 327 889
'225,623
10,776
93,209

361,844
401 231
153,885
10,588
84,040

110,314
926 658
71,'738
188
6,169

1,991
18 524
1^435
3
123

4
24
4
5

90 997
83,279
12,077
161,887
348,240

46 035
30,323
976
12,950
90,284

109

72

3,126,655

2 011,588

1,115,067 \

22,076

37

44 962
52,956
11,101
148,937
257,958

596
301
897

423

6,910,681

5 053,667

1 ,857,014

35,971

6,910,681

5 053,667

1 ,857,014

35,971

902,964
98
903,062

1 226,941
9,728
1 236,669

323,977
9.630

423

173
301
474

1,780

969

37, 741,867

26 924,633

10 ,817,234 |

212,526

811

9,002,772

!0 ,936,899

1,934,127

1

333,607
•fmm

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION JNCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to
O

o

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
ILLINOIS.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Num
ber of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Normal
tax.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

CD

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere...
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry.
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals..
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and presen ing (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
'.
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet sugar




$231,821
1,491,432
1,567,210
620.190

$194,850
1,357,291
860,060
376,077
2,788,278 )

$36,971
13?, 141 I
707,150 !
244,113 !

$728
2,619
14,021
4,764

36
38 )
13
16

197

94

3,910,653

245

169

54,811,882

46,890,175 I

15,338
616,820
6,362,495
2,517,346
3,309,225
3,095,333

10,141 )
560,463 !
1,815,817 !
2,461,104 !
2,023,216 j
2,492,202 '

5,197
56,357
4,546,678
56,242
1,286,009
603,131

70,728,439

56,253,118 I

14,475,321 ;

288,6f!9 I

123

13,916,048

10,124,987

3,791,061

56
6
59
53
3
94

7,811,033
2,641,893
194,173,008
6,258,413
243,645
6,960,304

5,968,251
2,000,555
142,348,769
5,390,349
210,243
5,071,645

1,842,782
641,338
51,824,239
868,064 i
33,402 !
1,888,659 |

220,359

134,643

85,716 |

7,921,707 j

22,132 j

103

157,773

475

276

75,780
35,876
12,827
1,035,361
17,072
669
37,460

$233,322
95,794
112,627
542,533

2,583,032 |

1,714 |

557,672
537,003
64,080
18,099
3,497
28,031
165,796
331,464

199 | 11,662,037

13,367,679

307,179

326,064

18,885

832,007
1,030,367
635,982
1,153,518
20,865 I
619,141 [

132,049
81,984

121,806
37.664
149
103,787

84,356

83,199

24

|
j
|
|
!
|

699,
19 i
948,
514,
9 ! 1,115,
20,
515,

l?l

i

I

984,276

9,983,830 10.541,502
24,608
561,611
13,164
77,244
84,987
103,08C
m, 298
71,795
598,520
626,551
64,087
229,883
824.543
1,156,007

4

10
9
8
30
68
101

$560,949 ;
550,560 ;
193,476
1,278,047

1,598,756

104
1,128
90,933
1.126
25,681
11,924

1,122,375 j

$32^,627
454,766
80,849
735,514

1,157

1,705,642

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23

Confectionery and ice cream.
Food preparations, all other.

84 |
74

Total, food and kindred products

556

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

417

Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other

35
3b

6,993,043 |
26,775,804 |

5,810,616 I
20,392,085

265,994.150 1 197,452,143

1.183,027 i
6i 383,719 i
68,542,007

682,600 !
748,847 i
1,552,769 I 1,841,643 !

23,322 I
127,133 |
1,367,214

139

107
5,353
7,252
1,844
20,511
8,344
4,823
33,839
14,907
51,156
18.356

174,296
283,798
1,458,695
877,659
2,540,121
1,215,733
1,547, 758
6,642,310
4,148,973
10,585,817
3,286,109

5,335 1
267,639 I
366,229 j
109,326
1,033,293 !
417,193
251,110
1,747.696
807,680 I
2,566.986 I
932,014 '

6,358,146)

7,292,790!

934,644

31,
154,
38,
710,
278,
37,
114,
862,
451,
1,176,
150,

621
966
2,782
80,828
29,086
5,101
38,753
60,076
73,356
155,680
20,303

3
1
2
8

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills..
Foundry and machine shops

179,631
551,437
1,824,924
986,985
3,573,414
1,632,926
1,798,868
8,390,006
4,9-56,653
13,152,803
4,248,123

66,247
288,874

1
4
14
13
17
13

Total, textiles and their products.

Total, iron a n d steel products
37
39

,

Lumber a n d its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
F u r n i t u r e and
fixtures
All other woodworking establishments.

8,314,354 I 10,736,036 I 2,421,682
j 1,001

.,.,....

463 I 359

Leather and finished p r o d u c t s Leather, tanned, curried, a n d finished
Boots a n d shoes
,
Allother
Total, leather and finished products

4**
44
45
46

111
150 |

i

Paper and printing—
i
Paper and wood pulp
j
Manufactures of paper
j
Printing and publishing
Industries re'ating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping and eiectrotyping, type
founding, etc.)./.
Total, paper and printing..




104

80 i

14
117

12
97
576

1,043

767

82 !

12,489,662 j
16,02o,939 I
19,752,550 j

10,095,
13,595,844
15,186,913

2,394,434
2,431,095 !
4,565,637 j

44,591
48,379
89, 725

48,269,151

38,877,9.S5

9,391,166 |

182,695

8,232,046
4,872,086 !
3,313,988 I

| 132
I 147
184

Total, lumber and its manufactures
40
41
42

,647,770 | 11,192,172 j 2,544,402

5,913,684
3,531,388
2,514,152

2,318,362 i
1,343,698 |
799,836 !

45,282 I
24,707 i
15,921 ;

16,418,120 j

11,959,224 I

4,458,896 !

85,910 j

3,343,3*5 I
17,307,291 I
73,929,271 |

2,340,344
11,675,356
64,388,310

1,003,041 j
5,631,935
9,540j961

20.061 i
112,338 I
184,013 i

2,377,376 ; 2,513,894
1.365,411 I 1,583,441
911,514
1,086,751

7,069,707

5,887,381

1,182,326

23,214

22

101,649,654

84,291,391

17,358,263

339,626

276

529,785

237,519 i
445,789 ;
180,649 |

56,065
44,524
26,721

736,647 |
2
23
232

4,654,301 ! 5,184,086 ;
181,454 !
401,265 I
153,928 |

104

136,518
218,030
175,237

853,957

11,738 i
15,304 I
481,846 j
562,062
10,761,750 \ 11,824,604
656,068

687,325 |

127,310
3,560
80,216
1,062,854
31,257

11,911,402 | 13,089,295 I 1,177,898

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ILLINOIS—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME
Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

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Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Liquors and beverages—
Discided
Malted
Ail other

a

1

9
65
38

$17,650,259
30,101,113
2.526,382

$15,588,274
26,271,422
2,141,060

$2,061,985
3,829,691
385,322

$38,906
75,876
7,685

2
15
18

$106,784
1,824,235
515,761

$123,262
2,006,685
566,169

182,450
50,408
$16,478

H
£>
W

Total, liquors and beverages
50
51
52
53
54
o"^
56
57
58

11
80
56
147

112

50,277,754

44,000,756

6,276,998

122,467

35

2,446,780

2,696,116

249,336

^

Chemicals and allied products—
Phemica. &
Ferti lzers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oi s and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum refined
Soap
. ..
.
All other

47
48
49

93
16
28
21
60
65
13
23
184

55
13
20
17
48
36
9
10
110

7,856,4S0
7,653,013
2,105,783
6,777,183
7,328,622
4.172,349
56^099,334
3,569,656
25,489,859

5,376,075
4,281,387
1,822,981
3,161,711
5,458,437
2,532,431
25,951,062
2,819,406
17,767,223

2,480,405
3,371,626
282,802
3,615,472
1,870,185
1,639,918
30,148,272
750,250
7,722,636

47,182
55,291
5,658
72,169
34,709
31,967
602,964
14,497
151,480

38

487,185
65,558
155,196
75,591
325,358
197 972
654,271
553,858
1,040,244 j

112 052
26 793
67,911

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4
12
29
4
13
74

375,133
38,765
87,285
70,675
279,546
164,598
485,854
472,119
917,925

4 916

/•*

503

318

121,052,279

69,170,713

51,881,566

1,015,917

185

2,891,900

3,555,233

663,333

Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
Stone—
Cemeni
.
.
...»
Marble and stone work
Clay—
1
Brick and tile
Pottery terra cotta fire clay etc
Ul other
Glass and glass products

1

Total, stone. clav, and glass products




45,812
33 374
168 417
81.739
122,319

33
80

21 i
54 1

9,781,314
3,941,568

9,193,515
3,448,804

587,799
492,764

11,757
9,769

12
26

1,187,411
1,974,875

1,319,298
2,154,404

131 887
179,529

82
20
19
48

49
15 j
10 1
33 !

11,475,991
4,261,811
1,059,396
8,764,764

9,962,104
3,083,544
938,823
6,972,935

1,513,887
1,178,267
120,573
1,791,829

29,466
23,565
2,411
35,414

33
5
9
15

1,237,210
124,736
108,679
245,687

1,342,857
144 910
133 915
335,766

105,647
20 174
25 236
90 J 079

282

182 j

39,284,844

33,599,725

5,685,119 1

112,382

100

4,878, £98

5,431,150

552,552

g
5
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71
72
73
74
75
76
77 !

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel— ]
Sraeters
......!
Manufactures
!
Automobi.es, motorcycles, and bicycles
I
Carriages and wagons
•
Cars (steam rai.road, street cars, etc)
J
All other
i

19
309
150
40
45
2

Total, meta\s and metal products other than !
iron and steel
)

65
60
67
68
69
70

565

Miscellaneous industries—
j
Tobacco
i
Agricultural implements
I
Electrical machinery
;
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
j
Rubber goods
'.
|
Fur goods
i
Shipbuilding
.,
.!
Building construction
;
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tun- !
nels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
!
Engineering
'.
'
j
Aliother
I
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and
industries
-




20,176.826 I
30,626^856
20,879.356
2,626^ 709
87,430,441

377

!
!
•
i

i
!
!
220 •
69 !
725 I

161,740.188

25
37
78
66
23
10
3
114

2,373,651
81,457,091
10,882,224
16,820,550
1,228,191
497,332
1,946,810
9,249, 371

|
I
!
j
!
i
|
|
i
140 j
46 !
495 j

j
j
j
I
j
j
j
24,317,791 j
4J874,747
50,399,704

10,826,779
23,211,154
13,926,864
2,155,090
68,380,425

9.350,047
7,415,702
6,952,492
471,619
19,050,016

186,707 I
146,847 I
138,853 j
8,281 j
380,679 i

118,500,312

43,239,876

861,36'

2,087,147
53,146,956
7,750,420
12,948,843
837,819
350,564 i
1,757.659 i
8,121,930 j

286,504
28,310,135
3,131,804
3,871,707
390,372
146,768
189,151
1,127,441

5,721
561,658
6?', 497
75,831
7,744 j
2,017 i
3,738 '
22,512 I

21,920,943 j
3,518,858 !
39,913.004 ;

2,396,848
1,355,889
10,486,700

47,275
26,805
202,546

152,354,143 \

121,679
i
| 1,836,384
1 1,188,727
'356,453
;
I 2,211,072
2,069
2
!

3
91
64
13
15

149,386 i
2,288,593 i
2,099,240 j
431,606 |
2,568,985 |
8,740 I

27,707
452,209
910,513
75,153
357,913
6,671

188 j 5,716,384 I 7,546,5cO j 1,830,166
33
16
38
23
16
3
2
73

498,050 i
456,040 |
1.103,254 ! 1.395,642 !
676,500 j
875,526 ;
921,921 j 1,089,183 !
439,680
266,084 i
78,860 i
81.359 !
16,363 i
16,363 I
4,624,513 I 5,069,448 I

42,010
292,388
199;026
167,262
173,596
2.499

80
23
230

5,312,165 | 6,090,278 I
799,647 !
691,874 !
4,386,631 ] 5,193,160 I

778,113
107,773
806,529

444,935

s
H
O

3,014,131

51,693,319 | 1,018,344

mechanical j
!
I
6,620
| 6,620 i 4,685 il,385.402,460 • 991,711,213 i 393,691,247 J 7,736,437 j 1,935 I «

,

132,776
924,185
413,149
92,949
23,355
8,903
270,?09
305,162

50,199,799 i
13, 550,
63,749,831
145
585,609,948 ! 121, 898,
95 i 707,508,488
45,669,444 j
5, 316,
68 ! 50,985,455
1, 111,
o.256,344
4,144,548 i
20 i
267
1,105.410
25 !
838,352 !
17 l
7, 258!
73,552,873 !
80,810', 905
25.560,567
21,340,961
4, 219
287 :
7, 940:
283 I 36,585,402 j 28,645,094 !

Total, public utilities.

Total, b a n k s

i
16 |
218 |
86
27
30 j

j 1,574 | 1,037 j 204,047,462

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
.'
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies

B a n k s a n d insurance companies:
Banks—
National b a n k s
Savings b a n k s a n d State b a n k s
T r u s t companies

58
53
116
89
39
13
5
187

i
|
I
|
j
|

1,289 !
•
i
i
|
I

270, 638
2,437,905
90,263
22,218
5,341
143,943
84,2?3
152,770

53
30
28
3
8
2
93
132

940 ! 971,562,402

3,207,301

349 | 44,193,952

329,972
500,526
157,254

383,411 !
595,814 |
209,429 I

987,752

1,188,654 !

5

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53,439
95,288
52,175
200,902

I
i
467 i 449
776 i * 749
88 i
76 !
1,331 | 1,274 j

810,001,019 I 161,561,383

36,498,587
34,767, 264
21,136,488

26,011,008;
23,435,632 j
15,329,492 j

10,487*, 579
11,331,632
5,806,996

209;291
225,343
116,032

92,402,339

64,776,132

27,626,207

550,666

57

1,189,148
24,867,340
3,686,79^
28,857
70,345
6?,252
10,567,107
3,722,111

i 1,321,924
I 25,791,525 I
I 4.099,941 j
I
121,806 !
I
93,700 j
!
71,155 j
| 10,837,316 |
j 4,027,273 |

S
fed

46,364,640 | 2,170,688

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dee. 31, 1916.)
ILLINOIS—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

174

Grand total, banks and insurance companies

Total, merchandising companies
1.04
105

Net income.

$11,778,177
6,240,225
21,191
15,829,794

$729,342
753,617
447,591
2,389,826

38,190,151

33,869,387

4,320,764

86,376

N ormal
tax.

i
j
'
I

S14,575
15,071
8,952
47,770

1,505
j
I
I
|

43
944
107
398
235

140 I

1,414 | 130,592,490

98,645,519 ;

31,946,971 !

637,042

55,681,754

36,684,680 I
86,045,495 \
2,112,977 '
17,823,723
26,888,592

18,997,074 j
35,548,347 j
559,915
2,529,441
2,967,134

365,916
702,429
11,066
61,496
58,464

36 i
788
59
396
165

i 121,593,842
!
2,672,892
i
20,353,164
1 29,855,726

1,444 I 230,157,378

169,555,467

60,601,911 | 1,199,371

6,478
3,640

4,598 i 376,100,219

277,354,015 j

98,746,204

Total, miscellaneous companies

10,118

4,598 i 376,100,219

277,354,015

Grand total for the State of Illinois.

21,931 13,451 ;3,168,454,041 2,406,308,629




Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

S358, 282
8 ; S6.020,388 j ,378,670
154,719
6 • '886,
510 j "l,041, 229 j
047
20 • 895. | 1,182,657 I 287, 610

1,923,8

8,746,204 J 1,923,893
762,145,412

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! 1,727

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive

Number of
corporations.

388 |

Total, insurance companies

99
100
101
102
103

Total
deductions.

$12,507,519
6,993,842
468.782
18,219^620

Banks and insurance companies—Continued.
Insurance companiesLife
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
,
Fidelity and surety
All other

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants

I CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

15,014,845

34 | 7,801,945 ! 8,602,556 ;

800,611

91 S 8,789,697 j 9,791,210 ; 1,001,513
7
156
48
2
70

312,685
338,671 ;
25,986
7,0 3,671
8,036,678 !i 1,013,007
774,609
1,109,758 ! 335,149
136,462 I 141,181
4,719
4,364,753 I 4,584,279
219,526

283 12,612,180 | 14,210,567 | 1,598,387
1,880
3,640

40,011,943 I 49,022,193 ! 9,010,250
|
34,199 ;
34,199

5,520 40,011,943 | 49,056,392 i 9,044,449
8,480 189,184,120 J217,780,179 ! 28,596,059

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2

6
7
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q
10
11
12

14
15
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

94

26
27
0%

29
30
31
32
33
34

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided /or elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products .".'
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
...
Textiles and their r>roductsCarnets and rugs
Cordage and twine .
^otton goods
flats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
Allother
Total, textiles and their products




41
37
6
26

20
17
3
19

$456,437
689,088
34,975
389,469

1327,904
644,279
27,474
283,917

$128,533
44,809
7,501
105,552

$2,571
802
150
2,110

21
20
3

$84,792
182,389
11,139
52,237

$186,287
226,793
13,385
59,627

$101,490
44,404
2,246
7,3%

110

59

1,569,969

1,283,574

286,395

5,723

51

330,557

486,092

155,535

98
3
3

75
1
2

15,936,773
1,300
18,377

14.227,430

1,709,343
1,300
2,816

33,038
26
56

23
2
1

1,890,683
26

15,561

2,029,835
11,213
4,149

139,152
11,187
4,149

9
8
36
41

9

1 710 871

1 502 774

208,097

4 143
8

23
25

655,564
1,381,440

544,389
1.068,031

111,175
313,409

2,224
6,254

13
16

172,921
458,992
161,667

202,761
516,409
213.476

29,840
57,417

51,809

g

198

135

19,704,325

17,358,185

2,346,140

45,741

63

2,684.289

2,977,843

293,554

£j

36

2 632 808

2 326 918

305,890

6 730

9

300 766

326,079

25,31*

59

43

5,028,185

4,078,095

950,090

18,088

16

242,913

283,376

40,463
'

W

20
27

20
23
58

9,789,048
2,057,395
4,610,023
689,686

6,615,322
1,882,813
3,532,649
591,124

3,173,726
174,532
1,077,374
98,562

63,462
3,414
20,978
1,396

4

290,818

304,460

13,642

^

17

964,922

1,073,007

108,685

^

393,070

273,038

120,032

2,401

2

4,939

7,081

1,078,504
329,172
20,707.685

229,592
49,468
6,179,266

4,595
990
122,054

8
6
62

539,859
62,403
2,406,620

559,721
76,842
2,630,566

19,862
14,439
223,946

1
1

293
12,067

6,675
12,167

6,382
100

2
2

27,877
24,888

32,361
30,610

4,484
5,722

4
3
13

71,324

76,352
18,210

5,028
4,916

149,743

176,375

26,f32

5

?
3

31
11
281

23
5
219

1,308,096
378,640
26,886,951

1
12
2

1
11
1
7

128 405
3,562,184
24,121
1 815 48H
155;934
5.927. 278
i; 372,523
989,137
245,678
585,459

1
9
19
13
11
19
94

7
17
13
7
16
81

14.806,207
•zr.—..:..., .-.—rr-r-——

126,068 . _ .,
2 337
639,841
2,922.343
23,091
1,030
L 486 896
328 592
48,300
107,634
l,550; 410
4,370,818
273,707
1,098,810
142,235
846,902
27.254
218,424
116; 030
469,429
11,654,410

3,151,797

*

\Y

12,727
321
5 219
966
30,766
5,161
2,620
546
2,252
60,625

212
4

i

Q

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(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
INDIANA—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

i
35 |
30 '

37
38
39

40 •
41 i
42 '

43
44
45
46

•
i
i
i

Num-j
ber of i
cor- i
pora- |
tions.

37
219

$14, 740,567
41, 439, 151

355

Total
deductions. Net income.

Normal j
tax.
porations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

256

56,179, 718

$?,482,54l
9, f 31,031

$42,933
183,375

92

$133,652
4,095,014

$156,
4,734,

$23,177
639,959

44,066,146 I

12,113,572 |

225.338

99

4,228,666

4,891,802

580,362 I
682,785
1,666,1
— '"
" ~~" 066
1,479,423
325,062
350,1
6S5

102,423
186,643
34]623

2,385,847

2,709,535

323, fi89

29,461
14,659
44,120
11,292
99,255

-

87
138
81

61 ! 3,538,516 I
12,229,218 I
107
6,5fi3,630 I
62

2,605,010
9,959,757
5.861,026

933,506
2,259,461
702,604

17,403
41,958
13,680

-i

306

230

22,331,334 I

18,425,793

3,905,571

73,041

1,853,715
133,539
446,057

1,290,827
83,398
317,439

552,888
47,111
128,618

11,251
942
2,422

287,275
55,999

24

2,430,281 !

1,691,664

738,617

14,615

343,274

316,
70,
387,394

7
32
144

1,661,616 j
6,247,039 I
8,411,918 |

893,734
4,411,867
7,340,045

770,882
1,835,172
1,071,873

15,419
66,422
20,655

42

118,340
1,108,715

129,632
1,207,970

115,314

119,720

4,406

53

1,342,369

1,457,322

114,953

7
36
186

284,111

12

241

191

in

663,136

$12,258,026
31,808,120

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Total, leather andfinishedproducts.
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing
(engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping,'
type founding, etc.)




I Nu
Gross
income.

44
311

Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished..
Boots and shoes
All other

Total, paper and printing

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

I'

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products.. Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments..
Total; lumber and its manufacture

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

259,221

24,890

499

16,604,684

12,931,867

3,702,817

102,995

76

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m

47
48
49

Liquors and beveragesDistilled.
Malted
All other

50 I
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating.
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allother

1,252,834
1,228,404
51,591

12 |

358,828

545,072 j

13,446
4,325 l
1,731
2,120
6,340
512
2,895
2,489
2,838

10 I
2i

93,253
3,983
105,282
122,131

152,282 j
8 572 j
119J, 119 !
144,193

62,026
4,589
13,837
22,062

8 |
1

16,922
167,607
95,346

25,759
168,063
111,626

1,818,479

36,698

52

601,527

729,614

11
19

124,587 !
403,481 I

137,355
462,138

12,769
58,657

633,157 I
48,176 I
768,259 !

773,771
49,880

140,614
1,704

817,801

49,^542

^

263,286

g

65
66
67
68
69
70




7,794,996 I

5,976,517 !

207,821 !
2,416,234 |

185,986
2,225,919

21,835
193,315

418
3,805

29

3,280,601 |
1,212,140 I
114,015 !
9,395,151

2,909,931
1,035,865
105,237
7,340,576

370,670
176,275
8,778
2,055,575

7,402
3,526
175
40,508

123 j

16,626,962 ]

13,803,514

2,823,448 j

55,834 |

672,383
216,289
87,327
105,982
321,851
25,618
144,741
102,285
142,003

:

195 j

!
;
!

34 j 5,979,460 I 4,778,168
61
21,784,476 '< 15,053,855
2,923, 757
30 i 12,299,522
359,700
523,795
2i
268, 701
1 '
397,584 ;
189 j
15
25
31
22
13

i
j
i
j
i

1 ,
!
64

1,201,292
6,730,621
9,375, 765
164,095
128,883

23,646
128,574
186,0^8
3,281
2,578

128 j 40,984,837 j 23,384,181

17,600,656

344,167

256,370
1,591,969
2,220,272
2,321,247
2,200,688

30,372
241,147
2,062,794
410,198
1,344,431

596
3,772
31,994
8,204

10 !
14 1
19 !
|
14
12 ;

286,742
1,833.116
4,283,066
2,731,445
3,545,119
3,239,128

j
i
!
!

2,972,929

263,199 1

"*9 I

72 i 1,977,660 | _^_240,946
1,835 i
1,778 j
820,220 !
739,829 j
1,313,926 i 1,522,939 i
693,113 i
595,145 '
98,695 j
43,083 i
2i
82,859 |
19,758
1i

16,280
128,087

05
H

t>
3

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O

==== p
5
7

S

80,391
209,013
97,988
55,612
63,101

&

2,713,519 | 3,219,661 |

536,142

151,546 i
387,368 !
411,699 !
161,482 |

169.530 !
432468 i
523,756 |
205,724 !
512 I

5,153 I

61

8,837
456

—

I
13 i
27
42
9

Metals and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters
Manufactures
|
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
j
Carriages and wagons'.
!
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
.;

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction

2,493,196
294,615
397,902
134,546
871,517
105,899
487,220
514,031
677,591

121

173

Total, metals and metal products other than iron !
and steel
,
... |
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78

3,165,579 !
510,904 !
485,229 '
240,528
1,193,368
131,517
631,961
616,316
819,594

23

Stone, clay, and glass productsStone—
Cement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc..
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, a n d glass products

410,236 I
134,836 |

49,998 !

Total, chemicals and allied products.

61
62
63

91,929

143,337
42,907
186,244

Total, liquors and beverages

59
60

24,934
24,084

17,984
44,800
112,057
41,242
512

17,015 j
186,476 !

60,109 |
212,493 i

43.064
25,017

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fIncome returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
INDIANA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

79
80
81 |

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industries—Continued.
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
'.
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
t
Total, public utilities

90
91
92

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies
Total, banks




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit

73
8
231

40
3
159

$3,327,708
104,367
11,134,158

82,944,746
101,342
9,550,277

$382,962
3,025
1,583,881

$7,553
60
31,321

33
5
72

$1,042,993
164,657
1,867,128

$1,197,128
170,338
2,095,721

S154,135
5,681
228,593

483

317

30,484,849

24,159,840

6,325,009

115,541

166

4,393,394

5,067,479

674,085

2,412

1,742

261,542,829

200,650,768

60,892,061

1,201,874

670

20,901,447

24,055,767

3,154,320

153
24
37
8
36
I
286
117

124
12
23
4
32
1
218
80

17,730,320
16,361,613
12,520,787
278,366
2,045,293
46 584
4,031,005
4,862,566

15,035,881
14,100,867
10,957,708
197,084
1,455,053
46,184
3,160,084
3,225,326

2,694,439
2,260,776
1,563,079
81,282
590,240
400
870,921
1,637,240

iS,992
45,194
30,709
1,626
9,768
8
16,408
32,440

29
12
14
4
4

589,646
1,317,550
3,120,084
65,867
14,446

754,242
1,822,906
3,360,246
118,778
18, 794

164,596
505,356
240,162
52,911
4,348

68
37

i,064,666

i,099,i90
89J,782

35.190
87,302

662

494

57,876,564

48,178,187

9,698,377

185,145

168

6,975,073

8,064,938

1,089,865

249
597
114

245
577
107

10,127,799
9,939,843
4,514,481

7,159,816
6,624,931
3,240,851

2,967,983
3,314,912
1,273,630

59,069
65,837
25,301

4
20
7

209,339
113,974
147,483

228,939
143,086
173,532

19,600
29,112
26,049

960

929

24,582,123

17,025,598

7,556,525

150,207

31

470,796

545,557

74,761

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803,480

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93 i
94 I
95
96 !
97
98

insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other

8,740,873
452,212
846,652

721, m\
96,010
70, 382
152, 656

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants

14,433
1,923
1,402
3,100

11
1

«19,016
116,912

909,720
157,867

'JO, 7(H
40, 95f,

16

89,029

112,479

23, 450

106

.

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive...

78

i i , 080,479

10,039,737

1 ,040, 742

20,855

28

1, 024,957

1, 180,066

155, 109

1 066

-

Total, merchandising companies

105

462,567
548,222
70,382
999,308

_ . „ . . .

Grand total, banks and insurance companies

104

a

14
47

.

Total, insurance companies

100
101
102
103

\9,

'M
6
14
63

.

1 007

35, 662,602

27,065,335

8 ,597, 267

171,062

59

1, 495,753

1, 725,623

229 870

34
280
344
66
79

V
241
220
1
59

2, 265,634
20, 624,879
3. 286,150
2,852
5, 713,639

1,920,386
14,410,348
2,050,09 i
2,169
4,883,450

345, ?48
6 ,214,531
,236,O5fi
683
830, 189

6,473
122,783
24,624
16,574

7
39
124
65
20

288,759
905,226
836,133
1, 635,678
1, 150,616

508,304
1, 128,559
143,275
1, 812,815
1, 226,635

219,545
223 333
307 14?
177,137
75,989

803

548

31, 893,154

23,266,447

8 ,626, 707

170,461

255

4, 816.442

5, 819,588

1,003 146

2,504
791

1,896

51, 014,103

39,709,682

11 ,304, 421

221,331

60S
791

10, 643,106
625

i * 642.219
61,210

1,999 113
60 585

Total, miscellaneous companies

3,294

1 ,896

51, 014,103

39,709,682

11 ,304, 421

221,331

Grand total for the State of Indiana

,546
8

5,881

459, 263,546

357,512,178

101 ,751, 368

2,001,337

1,399 i

10

643,731

12, 703,429

2,059 698

2,665

4 7

847,292

55, 833,280 :

7,985 988

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Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extractian of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
,,
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals..




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26
15
8

$80,479
1,367,267
191,659 !
142,627 j

163,458
1,250,525
117,579
66,550

$17,021 !
116,742 j
74,080 I
76,077 i

$342
2,229
1, 480
1,522

118 i

59

1,782,032

1,498,112

283,920

5,573

52

7,632,175

6,860,062

772,113

15,556

32
44
20
22

22
18 !
5
14 I

1135,552
109,394
31,145
383,345

1173,602
134,820
4S, 464
692,258

$3% 050
25,426
17,319
308,913

135

77

179,942
163,528
10,778
573,430

45,813
6,431
6,417
97,078

7,787,740

937,852

18,671

3,155,122

3,422,828

267,706

9,301

8,701

26S,464
34,907
453
78,529

33

916
129
128
1,942

8,715,592

389,708

600
225,755
169,959
17,195
670,508

1,049,144 (

296,845
46,911
2,721
202,467

28,382
12,004
2,268
123,938

3,538,075

3,981,074

442,999

659,436

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.J
IOWA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

|
Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Number of
Gross
cor- , income.
porations.

Normal
tax.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

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Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet supar
Confecti mery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
^
Total, food and kindred p r o d u c t s . . .

271

179

16,920,799

$6,423,464

S497,335

$9,897

40

28

1,570,168

1,278,249

291,919

5,754

5,726,865
2,346,941
375,577
1,721,033

4,315,014
2,072,578
301,993
1,314,600

1,411,851
274,363
73,584
406,433

5,678,105

566,338

1,165,678
1,031,053

244,855
307,069

23,580,734

4,073,802

77,136

25
417

291

Textiles and their products—
C arpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and kni£ goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's cl )thing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings.
All other
Total, textiles and their products.




16,117

o

254,919
65,188

284,575
65,599

29,656
411

124,274

139,854

15,580

37,406

37,406

118,575
58,953

169,875
70,132

51,300
11,179

3,627,963

3,822,465

194,502

13,758
16,078
33,133
11,913

13,778
24,775
33,768
19,534

20
8,697
1,635
7,621

40,162
31,345
46,215
7,157

42,666
42,593
46,741
7,248

2,504
11,248
526
91

204,761

137,103 |

32,342

4,109
4,3i0

27,654,536 j

w

276,803

11,328

1,410,533 I
1,333,122 j

832,853

260,686

27,690
4,654
1,251
8,073

6,244,493 i

92 I $2,745,368 $2,778,221

95,133

32

11,022

167

55,610
41,131
302,543

10,717
5,455
130,985

214
109
2,619

558,515
855,808
109,495
57,171
155,745
46

84,111

66,327 i
46,586
433,528

405,589
669,187
97,365
48,933
130,907

152,926
186,621
12,130
8,233
24,833

2,891
3,642
243
164

1,835,376

542,932

10,545

2,378,30S I

12

126

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35
36

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills..
Foundry and machine sh3ps

16
156

Total, iron and steel products..

1,087,941
10,376,354
102

651,246 !
7,915,343 !

416,695
2,481,003

8,309
45,162

40
41
42

43 1
44 i
45 !
46 ;

47 j
48 !
49 i

8,566,592 j

2,877,703

53,471

2,994,792
1,125,713
3,820,504

2,513, 272
942,073
2,718,916

431,520
133,640
1,101,538

9,631
3.673
20,149

Total, lumber and its manufactures...

37
33

11,444,235

Lumber and its manufactures—
Savvmiils and planing mills
Furniture and futures.
All other woodworking establishments..

7,941,039

6,174,261

1,766,743

33,453

Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished..
Boots and sho33
All other

1,731
1,623,062
4,8,643

1,338
1,503,647
330,595

393
116,415
138,045

2,093,433 I

1,838,580 !

254,853 j

Total, leather and finished products.
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and pub is ii lg
Industries re atmg to printing and pub.isung
(engraving, stareotyping, a.id e.ectrotyping,
type founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Mxted
All other

11 j
112 |

59
60




9,710
20,913
149,653

6,469
1,959
24,803

147,045 |

180,276

33,231

2,328
2,639

20,088
532
16,831

36,831
1,024
17,150

16,743
492
319

4,975

37,451

55,005

17,554

237
669,042

442
706,076

235
37,034

2,658

363

12

>

H

129

780,405 j
7,566,003 j

214,112
1,127,889

4,333
21,759

372,345 !

64,812

1,284

10,125,545

8,718,753 |

1,438,793

27,345 |

994,517 i
8,693,872 j

.

Total, chemicals and allied products.
Stone, clay, and glass products—
Storw—
Cement
Marble and stone work

172,767

3,241
18,954
124,850

437,157

12
157

JliL

Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Ferti uers
Gas, illuminating and heating .
OLs, and oil products..
Paints and varnishes
Patent msdicines
Petroeum, raiined
Soap
All othor

7,235
165,532

i

I

1

2,295 |
671,544 |

709,176 |

127,293
212,152

34,232
35,533

713 i

547,244
77,612

845,320
138,728 I

298,076
61,116

419,207

339,442

69,765

1,333 j

624,856

984,048 j

359,192

10

14
3
1
30
5
7
31

279,740

224,251

55,489

"\
5
23

435,537
51,412 I
15,775
1,024,243
150,051
312,687
1,139,957

310,503
29,030
14,952
771,151
143,831
174,563
894,923

95,034
22,412
823
253,092
6,223
138,124
275,034

3,4)9,432

2,563,174

843,228

4,7«5.670 I
225,150 j

3,148,354
204,904 I

103

21
8

1,111 i
I
j
I
I

1,617,316 !
20,246 !

11,628 i

21,383

1,897
401
16
5,033
124
2,763
5,450

66,392 !
17,430 j

76,393 i
18,068 j

i6,6oi

16,835

32,347
386 I

9,755

13 |
3!
2I
8|

119,681
9,639
16,091
88,097

159,145 |
24,124 I
23,006 j
105,030 i

39,4')4
14,4S5
6,915
16,933

36

328,958

427,149 j

98,191

66,885 i
67,199

5,909
13,291

9 |
7 !

en

37,632

161,522
247,685

Total, liquors and beverages.
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

3
36,728 I
43,963
67
2,173,235 j 2,33i,767
70 I 2,209,963 \ 2,332,733

60,976 i
53,908 !

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CORPOBATION INCOME TAX- -DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S-Continued.
1 Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
IOWA-Continued.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
cor- I
pora- |
tions. i

INDUSTRIES.

81 I
62 !
63 I
64!

81

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Stone, clay, and giass products—Continued.
ClayBrick and tVe
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
All other
*
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and g!ass products
Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Sme. ters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
,
Total, metals and metal products other than
iron and steel
Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads,
tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
.....
Engineering
Allother
Total, miscellaneous industries..




Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal

39 i
3
2 j
1 i

107 I

$2,985,256 !
707,804 j
502,514
8,350

$2,479,638
518,584 |
346,684 !
7,620 !

$505,618
189,220
155,830 !
730 !

74 |

9,194,744 |

6,606,784 !

2,488,960 !

49,494 I

288,297
9^,713
8,702
329,263

5,406
1,958
175
6,585

659,547
410,163
50,877
1,509,064

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions .

1937,535 $1,056,641 j «U9,10(>
Q 3,786
36,373
32,587 !
*R Q7Q '
™«

$9,845
3.785
3,116
15

2,^29,651

724,975

14,124

297,855
2,093,538
373,648
17,054
13,506
113,884

258,219
1,497,873
293,444
8P7

9,740
101,003

39,630
595,665
80,204
8,407
3,766
12,881

9i
10
5 j

792
10,057
1,604
169
73
181

2,121,441

221,934

3,777

2,748,417
13,448
5,147,121

138,634
83
912,258

2,341
2
18,169

12,199,353

2,013,468

37,165

P
™

a
33

1,085,006 ! 1,227,098 |

146,346 I
150,775 |
257,750 |

179,342 |
336,759
321,207

5,281
3,354,626 I

Deficit

142,092

32,996
185,984
63,457
1,616

844,205

284,053

135,156
63,059
36,555
4,339
49,706
13,404
49,907
380,946

11,518
45,354
2,828
366
4,249
6,232
4,070
63,317

1,154,205
54,941
463,956
103

560,152 I
123,638 i
17,705 i
33,777 |
3,973 I
45,457 :
7,172 |
45,837 I
317,629 j

25

1,470,983
65,827
550,431

316,778
10,886
86,475

2,268,240

2,820,313

552,073

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Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical in- ,
t
dustries
| 1,482 |
PuDlic utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways', electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
Allother
Total, public utilities

82

84
85
87

I Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks.
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies
Total,banks....
93
94
95
96
97
98

i
I
i
i

158
23
25
2
14
I 685
! 119
.| 1,029

352

.

91,717,927 |

75,052,700

17,066,227 !

325,877

489 i 11,765,939 \ 13,689,568

1,923,629

6,334,008 j

13,917,319 |
9,897,694 i
37,885 !
446,184 |
150,265 j
3,136,666 j
1,886,057 |

4,894,793
12,113,377
7,441,132
36,176
306,279
141,831
2,560,655
1,572,488

1,439,215
1,803,942
2,456,562
' 1,709
139,905
8,434
576,011
313,569

28,578
35,810
47,944
34

1,958,654 ! 2,042,392
637,567 I 744,353
1,382,498 I 1,468,016

83,738
106,786
85,518

629

35,806,078 I

29,066,731

6,739,347 j

132,998 j 400

341

13,636,359 !
23,079,459 |
2,108,207 j

9,690,187
16,518,744
1,535,871

3,946,172 I
6,560,715 !
572,336 |

78,221 |
134,070 j
10,951 |

354,697 I 10,263,264 9,908,567
449,337 ' 534,137 |
•"' *"84,800
117,250
151,769 I
34,519

38,824,025 j

27,744,802

223,242 •

921,284 I 10,949,170

16,187
4,022
1,335
3,039

9,844,779
9,995,101
1,002 |
9,833!

993
126
11
18
2
9
3
374

....i 1,189 1,122
i
59 j
48
j 1,600 j 1,511

Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)....
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allother

11,744,996 i 10,935,623
1,935,134 i
1,727,728
66,743 i.
1,320,216
1,480,017 !

18 I
6i
48 i
75

84,604

Total,insurance companies

.....|

153 S

133 j

Grand total, banks and insurance companies..,.| 1,753 ' 1,644
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
—
Hotels and restaurants.,

99
100
101
102
103

104
105
j

Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of Iowa




56,861

.

14,011,310 j

1,300,184

25,661

54,135,519!

41,756,112 j

12,379,407!

158,662 1

597,598 I
6,907,864 \
611,526 i
169,187 i
190,796 j

11,304 |
125,485 !
12,011 !
3,396 i
3,659 I

8,476,971 |

155,855 j

19
222
113

2,473,483
22,238,236
1,606,838
1,278,930
1,791,508

1,875,885
15,330,372
995,312
1,109,743
1,600,712

481

29,388,995

20,912,024

2,728 ' 1,972
1,143 i

43,926,643

32,189,983

3,871

333,080
311
33

i
!
j
|
i

11,736,660

226,023

360,559

27,479

519,717 !
390,382 I

620,893
640,477

101,176
250,095

5,221,898 j 5,876,690

654,792

10,027,886

820,460 ;

20

874,151 j

150,322
8,831
53,691

"*i3*i26* *

1,081

15,311,494

676

Total, merchandising companies..

809,373 I
207,406 !
66,743 ;
159,801 j

!
27,743 I

I
I
21
! 254
> 191
j 147
63

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
".
Corporations—inactive

11,079,223

2,798

168
11,469
6,197

* 15*606 |

215,324

109 j 11,600,651 ! 21,843,861 | 10,243,210
2
32
78
58
25

xn
H

"*2,"486

10,679,367 ; 10,894,691

3

|
61,677 !
93,830 |
!
674,812 i
836,724 i
i
476,089
727,310 I
!
758,352
830,204
i 1,225,545 1,321,021

32,153
161,912
251,221
71,852
95,476

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195 ! 3,196,475 j 3,809,089 j 2,355,391
756
1,143

6,279,358 | 8,022,135
4,601 |
50,135

1,742,777
45,534

1,972

43,926,643

32,189,983

11,736,660

226,023

1,899

6,283,959 j 8,072,270

1,788,311

9,064 j 5,855

265,972,786

208,362,402

57,610,384

1,113,903

3,209

42,266,433 j 58,321,696

16,055,263

to
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TABLE lOa.—COBPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOB STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
KANSAS.

INDUSTRIES.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.

Total
number of
cor- N u m - |
i pora- ber of j
lions cor- |
! report-i pora- i
! report-'
' ing. j' tions. )

9
5
7
12

Total agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines..
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells...
Allother
Total, extraction of minerals.
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing,and meat productSj
Bread and bakery products
i
Coffee and spices*.
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
„.......,
r..r




2
3
2
11

CORPORATTONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Gross
income.

$123,527
93,137
20,415

181,384

Total
deductions.

$89,629 i
20,099
84,610
283,027 i

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

$33,898
4,448
316
96,774

Total
deductions.

$173, 828
37,444
53,257
561

135,436 i

2,709 I

417,247

15 i

8,345 !

Deficit.

$11,737
13,759
15,703
561

18

418,463 ;
2,420,034

2,002,787 ;

223,330

265,090

41,760

549,727 j

**i6,*i33*

18 i

575,559
300
12,546

25, 832
300
2,413

92,173
20,640
406,276
157,323

117,968
21,663
780,992
180,178

25, 795
1,023
374,716
22,855

! I 1,236,592

1,689,206

452,634

38,678

2,065

12,698

8,962

227,824 I

71,604

80,579,397
274,129 |

61,143,126 (
252,599 I

19,436,271
21,530

386,735
432

83,572,988 j

63,626,336 !

19,946.652

396,944 |

17 |

550,979

429,088

121,891

2,432

4 i

1

17,569

13,994

3,575

72

1 I

1,217,199
238,176

902,620
223,342

314,579
14,834

i,293
297

1

8,053,030

6,021,560

2,031,470

•,705

7 |

256,995

214,486

42.509

830

10
2
134
18

76
7

192

110

299,428

1,432 I

36,613

j

47

642

3,736
461*197

* 509,'356'

*48,'i59

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23

Beet sugar
„,.
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other

6
5

?A
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

193,867
70,386

157,986
63,128

35,881
7,258

719
145

2
2

19,982
5,038

21,634
12,064

1,652
7,026

108

Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Si k and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings,.
All other

4
3
91

10,598,201

8,026,204

2,571,997

50.493

17

527,208

595,119

67,911

461

416

45

1
1

1 974

4,987

3 013

400
2,385

1

1
1

;

1

i
•i

51 270

49 884

1,386

27

37
38
39

989

4

4,915

10,713

84.750
237,208

1,655
4,740

2
12

4,863
259,909

4,960
302,264

42,355

97

>
H
%

1,568,876

321,958

6,395

14

264,772

307,224

42,452

W

539,785
209,917
564,124

370,656
156,569
442,339

169,129
53,348
121,785

3,382
1,066
2,436

1
3
1

2,256
24,302
31,898

42,728
25,710
36,378

40,472
1,408
4,480

H-

1,313,826

969.564

344,262

6,884

5

58,456

104,816

46.360

51,916
58,301

3i, 869
16,204

637
324

11

7

210,021

160,517

49,504

5
30

3
18

523,060
1,367,774

438,310
1,130,566

35

21

1,890,834

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
*
All other woodworking establishments

16
9
7

15
6
6

32

27

Total, lumber and its manufactures
40
41
42

Leather and finished p r o d u c t s Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
All other

Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)




co
5,798

2

O
^
S3
O

s

.....

Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp

Total, paper and printing

— ••

_

Total, leather and finished products
43
44
45
46

; :

400
5,326

83,785
74,505

Total, iron and steel products

35
36

;

2,941

2

Iron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

•

1
2

5
2

Total, textiles and their products

;

2
4

2
4

121 073
153,702

79,830
76,779

4L243
76,923

825
1,539

6

6

274,775

155,609

118,166

2,364

2
1
55

2
1
39

608,784
47,480
1,405,324

549,220
42,973
1,206,448

59,554
4,537
198,876

1,192
90
3,978

2

2

77,824

69,355

8,469

44

2,139,412

1,867,996

271,416

5,429

343,960

355,319

11,359

16

343,960

355,319

11,359

169

60

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to

Classification No.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
KANSAS—Continued.

47
48
49

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

59
60
61
62

Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines . .
.
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allother
Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass productsStone—
Cement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc

Total |
number of
cor- Numpora- ber of
tions correport- poraing. tions.

CORPOEATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
!
Gress
income.

Glass and glass products




Total, stone, clay, and glass products

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

C
O

1
1

1
1

$11,158
15,093

$10,986
14,136

$172
957

$3
19

2

2

26,251

25,122

1,129

22

4

4

797,032

244,006

553,026

11,C59

6
4
3
14
13
2
7

4
2
1
6
10
1

161,443
94,725
801
199,666
4,467,160
22,287
745,884

96,705
54,930
478
190,539
2,833,409
21,406
470,176

64,738
39,795
323
9,127
1,633,751
881
275,708

i,295

796
6
184
32,673
18
5,514

2
2
2
8
3
1

$60 332
5,055
2,775
57,002
51,534
59,112

$61,823
6,423
3,585
80,778
204,976
74,012

$1,491
1,368
810
23,776
153,442
14,900

53

35

6,488,998

3,911,649

2,577,349

51,545

18

235,810

431,597

195,787

10
2

9
2

4,136,643
60,583

3,640,695
34,944

495,948
25,619

9,920
512

1

42,549

55,375

13,82b

20
1

14
1

701,007
89,205

590,909
61,837

110,098
7,388

2,175
147

6

591,911

659,984

68,073

7

634,460

716,359

81,899

A 11 nthnr

64

CORPOEATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

3

3

508,383

433,441

74,942

1,499

36

29

5,475,801

4,761,826

713,975

14,253

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Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
Allother

;
j
j
j
j

7
4
2
2

793,101
153,048
31,231
53,975

1,271,488
225,290
20,186
7,755

25,430
4,5 5
404
155

541,552
61,068
39,775
18,183

1,028,355

1,524,719

30,494

659,578

745,825

16,247

34,114

6,469

129

1,967
47,466

3,128
50,967

1,161
3,501

8,426

""6*622

i,"804"

**3G"

10

224,112

166,964

57,148

1,142

33,538

46,880

13,342

4
1
46

239,870
25.255
2,330,652

241,626
13,558
1,890,891

18,244
11,697
439,761

335
234
8.795

1,843

1,897

54

84,169

117,724

3*3*555

2,8SS, 898

2,353,775

535,123

10,701

10s,983

220,596

51,613

33,860,091

24,830,493

9,029,598

179,569

2,898,142

3,487,568

589,426

4,147,446
146,674,038
803,795

3,356,323
107,637,127
771,275

791,123
39,031,911
32,520

15,823
780,739
650

4,257,725
5,344,721
247,235

4,632,826
5,503,691
275,522

375,101
158,970
28,287

o
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4,788

B

2,064,589
378,338
51,417
58,730

Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
"Electrical machinery.
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Kubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
........:..
Construction; contractine (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
Allother

81

16

51

Total, miscellaneous industries

64

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical |
industries
!
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies..
i
Waterworks..
...
I
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
i
Allother....
i
Total, public utilities

j
90 j

91 |
92 |

|
j




335

70
6

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...j
>

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
~
National banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies,
Total, banks

441

166,917

37,900
610.024
346,074

403

155,751,351

114,896,799

40,854,552

12,091
6,879
816,853

224 j 217
943 ! 909
14 j
11

7,387,227
10,998,586
420,147

4,944,571
6,634,295
267,188

2,442,656
4,334,291
152,959

48,85!?
86,383
2,840

1,181 I 1,137

18,80S, 960

11,870,054

6,929,906

138,075

106

671

1,938,454
1,023,703

380 |
71 i

{ 553 j
j
I
j
i
j

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204,817
2,548,478
1,372, 777

30 |

2*
5

557,284
60,123
109,697
18,721

15,732
55
69,922
538

101,2G3

105,051

294,147
44,601

330,934
49,514 j

36,787
4,913

10,289,692 10,898,538 j

608,846

97 I
14 !
150

178,084
1*3,026
90,161
44

233,910
207,935 !
105,689 !

55, S32
24,909
15,528

451,271

547,540 I

96,269

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X

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Bee. 31, 1916.)
KANSAS—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
num| ber of
j cor- Num! pora- ber of
j tions cor! report-; porai
| tions.

Banks and insurance companies—Continued.
Insurance companiesLife
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other

8
19 !

1!

Total, insurance companies

Total, merchandising companies..

1,383
465
1,848

Total, miscellaneous companies.
1-




Gross
income.

$1,214,161
39,038
31,614
41,975
1,895

Total
deductions.

Net income.

$1,124,810

$89,351

21,615
24,847

39,038
14,999
17,128 !
1,S96

Normal i ber of! Gross
I cor- I income.
tax.
j pora- j
i tions. i

51, 787
780
291
342
38

1,333,684

1,171,272 |

162,412

20,139,644

13,047,326 |

7,092,318

293,422
3,48=5,531
511,931 !
382,13a i
187,861 I

45.418
2,089,453
91,772
551848
6,787 j

694
41,440
1,834
1,117
135

7,151,159

4,861,881 j

2,289,278 |

45,220 i

51,853 839

27,131,103 i

24,722,736

491,303

51,853,839 j

27,131,103

24,722,736

491,303

1,134
1,134

?

|.
.
1
2
1
;.
.
5
3,238

1,183

168

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
'.
Corporations—inactive

Grand total for the State of Kansas

I

I Num-1

338,840
5,575,084
603,703
437,984
194,648

1,232

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
99
Wholesale jobbers
100
Real estate
101
Amusement companies.
102
Hotels and restaurants.
103

105

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

46

Grand total, banks and insurance companies..

104

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

141,313

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

H

$61, 014 i
50, 121

«40,775
20,351
5,323

6,
027

66, 449

117, 162 ;

$20, 239
29, 770
704

O
O

26
5

57,548
2D0,(35
21,512
335,114
43,346

i
!
!
j
I

126,933
329,387
32,923 i
352,878 :
48,477 I

752
411
764
131

52

748,155 I

890,598 I

142,443

249 2,813,706 3,371,473 ,
" 90 !
8,119 I
465
714 j 2,813,796 | 3,379,592 j

505,796

3

-

4,467

3,299

352,747,535 j 248,676,965 j 104,070,570 j 2,073,911

1,168

18,727,107

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517,720 I

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KENTUCKY
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Fiorists and fruit growers
Stock raising.
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
.
. . . .
Go d and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
.
.
. .
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil gas and salt weils
All other
Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
Butter, cheese. and mi.k
('arming and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
.
".
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and backerv products. .
('offee and spices
Flo ir mitts and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
mo'asses
. .
Beet sugar
Confectionery a n d ice cream .
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Texti'es a n d their products—
Carpets and rugs
(Cordage a n d twine
Cotton goods
H a t s and caps
Hoiserv and knit goods
Silk a n d silk ^oods
Wolloen and worsted goods
Men's clothing.
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other
Total, textiles a n d their products




$62,376
129,859
198,854
771,685
1,162,774

$25,486
8,868
269,756
251,655
555,765

$510
176
4,371
5,034
10,091

4
2
9
22

$7,164
6,596
28,420
312,061
354,241

$10,110
9,116
32,737
348,433

34

$87 862
138,727
468'610
1,023,340
1,718,539

400,396

46,155

179

131

15,211,207

12,658,958

2,552,249

47,798

4S

1,181,669

1,331,081

149,412

2
1
8
26
29

2

27,487

26,301

1,186

24

10
17

245

6,618
32 429
114,048
200', 257
1,684.433

4,435
614
54.712
15.324
224,497
_. -

19

16
14
9
17

9
10

56

8

$2,946
2,520
4,317
36,372

i

59,563

78

2,183
31 815
59,336
184.933
1,459,936

45,795

904

5

31,770

35,298

3,528

82,953

1,659

8

58,043

83,034

24,991

391,656
589.875
27,182
1,346,914

102,061
81,065
7,479
255,218

2,097
1,545
149
5,205

1
5
2
12

7.843
125,640
20,814
520,706

9,478
159,659
22,608
575,304

1,635
34,019
1,794
54,598

48,868

46,495

2,373

47

1

22,649

23,990

1,341

139,190
128,525
3,903.407

12,168
12,139

4
5
43

21,920
131,649

611,251

245
243
12,094

941.034

24,193
188,978
1,122,542

2,273
57.329
181,508

2

71,748

85,552.

13,804

1
2

174 435
13,132

179 613
13,212

4 57S
80

3
8

49,593
308,908

60,045
337,822

10,452
28,914

167

98 317
649,696
848,307
16,835,014

88, 834
216,204
702,917
13,693,214

9,483
433,492
145,390
3,141,800

14

450,248

404,453

912,070

829,117

493.717
670', 940
34,661
1,612,132

15
10
13
4
68

190
8,670
2,881

1
1
16
12

9
8
2
56

9

13
10
154

111

151,358
140,664
4,514,658

8
3
1

1
3
6
3
1

41,709
418,087
3,671,690
236,335
21 941

38,352
310,815
3,356,641
181,627
20,112

3,357
107,272
315,049
54,708
1,829

67
2,017
6,301
1,094
37

3
20
7
4
4

2
18
7
4
1

46 025
2,177,144
213,848
172,800
419,782

39,896
1,816,787
152,572
140,899
288,499

54

46

7,419,361

6,346,200

6,129
360,357
61,276
31,901
131,283
1,073,161

123
6,915
1,552
638
2,626
21,370

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RITORIE S—Continued.
o
[Income relumed for the calendar year euded Dec. 31, 1916.]
KENTUCKY-Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills.
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments..
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather andfinishedproductsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished.
Boots and shoes
All other

Total
| num{ ber of
i
cor- Numpora- ber of
tions corI report- poraing. tions.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME

Normal
tax.

, Number of
Gross
corpora- income.
tions.

Total
deductions.

Deficit

$112,255
327,692

$38,420
64,241

337,286 I

439,947

102,661

446,514
247,902
255,406

681,302
286,283 I
297,628 j

234,788
38,381
42,222

949,822

1,265,213 j

315,391

86

$9,847,445
10,111,899

$7,545,246
7,092,902

$2,302,199
3,018,997

$45,114
60,287

99

19,959,344 |

14,638,148

5,321,196

105,401

50
18 !
45 j

ij

3.400,783 i
l', 007,163 i
10,305,306 ;

2,912,480
796,979
7,942,409

488,303
210,184
2,362,897

10,345
4,147
46,794

113 |

14,713,252 j

11,651,868

3,061,384

61,286

675,624
44,659
548,109

508,129
6,153
152,407

10,191
123
3,048

4,426

10,871

43,043

46,246

3,203

666,689

13,362

47,469

57,117

9,648

268,304
157,087
550,759

5,366
3,141
11,281

60,542
11,106
653,488

77,848
11,968
748,972

17,306
862
95,484

| 155

18
Total, leather andfinishedproducts.
Paper and printing—
|
Paper and wood pulp
; 6
Manufactures of paper
6
Printing and publishing
i 123
ustries r e a g
Industries relating to printig a d pubishig (en- j
printing and publishing (en
graving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
i
t t i
d l t t i
t
fodi
t)
10
founding, etc.).
Total, paper and printing.
145




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

1,183,753
53,803
698,516
12 !

1,933,072

4 !
5I
85 !

602,266
707,231
6,393.485
336,830

274,855

61,975

8,039,812

6,991,687

1,048,125

20,945

24

42

1,157

102 |

#73,835
263,451

333,982
559,144
5,832,726

6,445

18,321
43

20,025

1,704

743,457

858,813

115,358

9
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48
49

Liquors and beveragesDistilled..,
Malted
All other

..
.

,........-•
,

Total, liquors and beverages,
50
51
52
54
55
57
58

117

.!
j
j
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61
62
64

73
74
75
76
77
78

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures
. . . . .
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad street cars, etc.)
All other

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements .
.
. . .
.Electrical machinery
Musical instruments pianos, organs, e t c . . . . .
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction




15, 679,635

12,308,181

2, 810,125
498,993
62,336

51,606
9,685
1,246

12
1
15

144, 051
94, 565
178, 116

3, 371,454

62,537

28

416, 7 3 2 j

3
?\

2
4

18
10

15
9

5
2

182,948
1, 549,067
1 516,011

110,347
1,169,699
745,534

72,601
379,368
770,477

1,451
6,971
15,411

944,462
26,577
2,657,622
940,164
1,343,572

538,290
13,279
2 026 892
387,068
82,502

10,261
266
40 538
7,742
1,536

7,937,977

4, 270,477

o9,131
7,475
92,569

203,182 i
102,040 1
270,685

159,175

575,907
i

IS,

2 279

21 240

1
2
3
1

961
5, 037
82 7 302
11; 803
790

13,725
S56 385
14' 750
4,106

1
11

32, 262
26, 933

51 489
53,056

19,227
26,123

84,176

24

926, 088

1,014,751

88,663

]

8,688
29 083
2 947

19

i

1 482,752
39,859
4 684,514
1 327,232
1 425,074

55

12 208,454

.7
-

Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
71
79

89

7,555,696 •
4,318,501
433,984

79

Total, stone, clay, and glass products
05
66
67
68
69
70

10, 385,821
4, 817,494
493,320

3
30

Total, chemicals and allied products

60

13
19

57 i

j

(Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
.
Fertilisers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes . . . .
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
. .
Soap
All other

Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement .
Marbl
stone work
Olav—
~BricV and tile
Potterr terra cotta fire clay etc
411 other
.'
« ilass and glass products
:

69
14
34

4
13

* 552,426 •
226,C50

2,493,139
210,361

1 059,287
16,289

21,186
325

3
12

16
201 463

26,240
225 461

9,976
23,998

M

871,951 :
183,223
91,331
98,796

554,551
171,763
93,511
35,451

307,400
11,460
3, 820
62,345

5,945
230
77
1,247

15
3

208 •>4fi
158 513

242,241
171,887

33,995
13,374

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3

19
6
3
2

1

7 764

7,90S

141

81

47

3,556,776

1 460,601

29,010

34

592 250

673,734

81,484

25
34

9
3

i

5 027,377

316

(J2

u

H-t

O

O
28

18
22
2

19
9
15
2

2 099.SSI
59b,397
1,831,5S7
^6, 1X2

1,498,453
358,701
1,533,337
86,126

603,431
237,696
268,253
353

11,669
4,7C5
5,276
7

9
9
7

112 262
25 ,858
92 009

123 107
44,697
100,177

10,845
18,839
8,168

70

45

4 ,614,35!)

3,504,617

1 , 109,733

21,717

25

230 ,129

267,981

37,852

42
5

33
3
4
2

4,706,-JOo
1,214,861
248,734
288,058
294,827

24,971
3,135
865
361
565

9
1
3
3
4

749 ,594
243
418
173,815
6 ,822

14,388
215,203
7,504

52.539
1,528
13,970
41,388
682

3
32

2
22

32,700
500.736

3,420,997 i
I ,285,406
219,380 i
995,481
205,508
43,226
270,016
18,042
28,254
266,573
i.....
26,604
6,096
16,198
484,538

802.133
1,771

6
7
6

122
308

i

,649 |
650 ,901 I

5,908
715.184

1,259
64.283

K

10

|

Is

to
TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TER- to
to
RITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
KENTUCKY—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
report-

INDUSTRIES.

ing.




Total
deductions.

Net income.

$1,035,737
195,568
2,155,403

$85,307
68,195
592,197

Normal
tax.

21
2
79

$1,121,044
263,763
2,7*7,600

$1,560
1,364
11,175

ber of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

31
2
33

§664,172
42,419
408,490

$764,646
60,540
468,934

.$100,474

Ul
Hj

18,121
60,444

£
}£
O

•

172

11,418,7.6

9,056,425

2,362,301

44,426

97

2,701,523

3,056,211

354,688

867

105,528,041

81,171,669

24,356,372

476,324

374

8,194,698

9,670,038

1,475,340

g

1*6,222
14,431

28,265
129,286

21,382,198

426,501

187

5,277,218

6,334,644

1,0J7,426

3,653,970
3,369,121
943,791

2,012,893
1,767, 273
813,181

40,334
3 >,207
16,146

2
9
1

77,423
68,180
1,166

224,447
74,753
148,199

147,024
6,573
147,0,3

7,986,882

4,593,347

91,687

12

146,7,9

447,399

300,630

4,720,'>0l
58,l'9,097
1,377,2 9
36S, 285
583,894

1,074,015
18,222,785
674,829
36,341
109,340

21,443
364,025
13,417

105
119

2,722,3,9
3,917,683

2,21*6,41*8
3,164,736

511,941
752,947

511

,

?

2,896,9fO
1,7.38,870
618,255
85,168
64,671
5,877
279,487
647,365

5,794,'>19
76,381,882
2,0 2,068
404,6 6
633,2J4

183
179

•.

2
g

9,347
4,368
12,494

2.837,677
924,833
6*8,908
78,8 0
52,178
5,521
251,*>92
518,079

44
14
6
9
27

324

91,936,071

70,583,873

140
419
44

138
410
43

5,666,863
5,136,394
1,756,972

603

591

12,560,229

i

59,273
814,037

15
18
2
4
9
1
78
60

59
32
8
13
36

Total, public utilities

Total, banks

NumGross
income.

O

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies

Number of
corporations.

TATI

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industries—Continued.
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tun79
52
nels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
4
All other
112
269
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
1,241
industries

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

710

2,173

356

Insurance companies-—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)...
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allothcr

99
100
101
102
103

104
105

1,973,907
437,001
12,328
152,385

Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies.....
Merchandising companies:
Department stores..
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restuarants..

26 |

1,929,185
394,222
97,317

44,722 i
42,779 |
12,328
55,068

19

2,575,621

2,420,724

154,897

610

15,135,850

10,387,606

4,748,244

|
!
|
!
i

12
182
78
67
26

1,721,344
14,490,400
1,301,318
1,736,875
2,571,476

259,662
4,543,409
581,814
371,158
160,522

5,049
84,719
11,615
6,814
3,212

505 |

365

13
213
118
120
41

1,461,682
9,946,991
719,504 !
1,365,717
2,410,954

52,050 !

123,365

"947787"

629

Total, merchandising companies.
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—Inactive
„.,

50,327 I

895
856
246
1,103

127,199

3,834

7 I

173,692

179,249 I

19 |

320,461

626,648

306,187

1
31
40
53
15

3,100

603,069
844,663
333,766
724,173
462,426

981,100 i
40), 283 i
777,088 |
52?,189 i

63,0"0
136,427
66,517
59,915
59,763

I
!
;
I
j

21,821,413 i

15,904,848

5,916,565 |

111,409 '

140 ! 2,968,097 ; 3,346,759 j

1,536 I 1,072
682

25,002,964

18,584,789

6,418,175

124,779

464 ! 3,949.767 l
682 I '
240 I

2,218 I 1,072

25,002,964

18,584,789

6, 418, 175

124, 779

5,405 i 3,439

Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of Kentucky.

1,723

278,007,892

211,488,773

66, 519, 119

1, 303, 454

5,557

378,662

5.978,206 | 2,028,439
45,054 i
44,814

w

1,146 ; 3,950,007 ! 6,023,260 I 2,073,253

q

i 28,086,178

5,561.520

LOUISIANA.

9
10
11
12

Agriculture and animal husbandry;
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil gas, and salt wells
Another
Total, extraction of minerals




j
134
10
21
34

94
6
21

$8,950,115
333,919
75,272
6,239,107

$6,587,941
272.011
38,013
4,815,110

S2,362,174
61,908
37,259
1,423,997

199

126

15, 598,413

11,713,075

3,885,338

K

40 1

§46,547
935
745
27,325

5
15 !
13 ;

75,552 ,

i SI,002,760
j
47,127
!
183,491
'
702,610

$297,499
38,700
121,043
188,325

1,935,988

645,567

1,290,421

73
i

"

12
116
17

62
6

15,613,197
169,467

145

68

15,752,664

8,004,004
141,513
8,145,517

7,609,193
27,954
7,637,147

|" -

j

i
!

j

o
o
o

1
$705,261
8,427
62,448
514,285

hr

j

12 |

515,562 j

520,178

4,616

150,688
560 1

54 |
11 |

463,310 1 1,037,460
190,474
273,298

574,150
82, 824

151,248

77

1,169,346|

1,830,936

661,590

to
to

TABLE 10a.~-CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.1
LOTJISIANA-Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total i
num- I
ber of!
cor- Num[ pora- ber of
tions cor- ;
report- poraing. tions. !

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit
CO

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products...

H
>

$236,075

94 i

Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
,,
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings.
All other
Total, textiles and their products




18

15 !

569,781
893,306
386,789
1,109,358

168,647
60,633
24,480
146,319

3,234
1,179
342
2,212

10,364,222

6,800,184

3,564,038

70,499

458,465
173,966

44,854
53,626

1,073

15,304,509

11,110,830

4,193,679

1,267,187
149,436
430,628

750.944
46,056
30,394

101,621
96,460
17,538
270,961

117

48 j

1,769

738,428
953,939
411,269
1,255,677

74,063
58,352
13,019
231,345

3,161,225

2,224,030

$2,130 I

$853

88,443

2,018,131
195,492
461,022

1!
50

$42,639

525,545

503,319
227,592

5 i

$193,436 |

613,988

i

14,146
11,955
111,8

%$, 084

$5,954

519,463

32,631

3,743

486,832

3,743

22,254
34,551

8,108
22,596

153,718

41,822

6,117
67,412

15,157 j
190,289 I

9,040
122,877

700,488 j

947,259 j

246,771

15,019
921607

4,702

5,274

572

27,558
38,108
4,519
39,616

597
762
90
792

82,174

107,611

25,437

937,195

18,788

81,964 j

23

* 29," 824"
116,700

30,051

227

142,936

26,236

CO

o
3

Q
O

35
36 I

39

LLI

40

S 4
1
42

Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling~mills.
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products..
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments,
Total, lumber and its manufactures

2 ;
27 :

104,783
3,122,624

5 i
24 I

27,902,918
335,515
1,764,009

Total, liquors and beverage
Chemicals and allied productsChemicals . . . . . . . . . . . . .
...
Fertilizers....................
Gas,.illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products.
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined.
Soap........
All other..........
Total, chemicals and allied products




40
1

5,095,967
6,963

5,561,029
7,892
174,100

5,215,098 i 5,743,021

Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished.
Boots and s h o e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
All other
Total, leather and finished products
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp.
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing
(engraving, stereotyping, and clectrotyping,
type founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing
Liquors and beveragesDistilled. . . . . . . r..............
Malted.......................
Allother,....................

4,559,583
106,627
594,934

62,310
210,847
50,853

38,268
191,210 |
50,533 I

66,949
378,417
2,739,203

1
9
12 j

47,507
216,926
2,399,375

19,442
161,491
339,828

346,818
2,830,894
414,673

303,684
2,251,183
319,255

43,134
579,711
951418

91,103
271,37
15,737
977,507
184,576
,975
849,092

65,620 ,
202,519 '
7,608
671,207
132,707
58,555
483,548

25,483 j
68,860
,129
306,300
51,869

Xfi

H

I
4 i

10,223 |
195 j
17,941 !

13,807 i
3,045 i
22,338 I

3,584
2,850
4,397

3

c
o

276,909
33,702
5,502
97,328 I
600,685

10,065
137,168
fcC

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Classification No.

LOUISIANA—Continued.

59
60
61
62
63
64

65
66
67
68
69
70

71
7?,
73
74
75
76

77
78
79

1 Total
; numi ber of

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement...
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc.
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products
Metals and metal products other than iron and s t e e l Smelters
Manufactures .
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
Allother.. .
Total, metals and metal products other than
iron and steel
Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods..
Shipbuilding
Building construction .
.
....
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)




I cor-

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Num-

j pora- ber of
'• tions
correpport- pora| ing. tions.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

j

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

1
2

2
7

Number of
corporations.

$2 237
10 507

$2 279
10 999

S49

4Q2

6

$683,607

$615,423

$68,184

$1,364

1

2, 612

3 459

S47

2

51,931

41,464

10,467

209

1
2

63,141

2 745
94,700

2 71.~>
.;i,5.".»»

15

8

735,538

656,887

78,651

1,573

7

78,497

114,182

.i5,6s:,

12
3
4

7
3
3

273,938
54,736
72,615

208,159
46 063
68,262

65,779
8 673
4,353

1,294
173
86

5

32,364

40,347

7.9.VI

1

15,759

16,131

*,72

19

13

401,289

322,484

78,805

1.553

6

48.123

56.478

\ '•*'>'>

4

2

293,598

241,408

52,190

1,044

22,003

24,235

2,232

Q

o

i

3
1
1
1
4
15

152,398
3,970
16,119
56,505
279,685
176,287

137,697
2,020
13,996
29 837
183,105
159,637

ii, 7oi

1
1
4
8

1,950
2,123
?6 668
96,580
16,650

294
39
42
533
1,932
334

7

148,427

165,771

17,344

29

18

913,833

819,878

93,955

1,879

U

357,671

597,625

239,954

o
o

81

!
!

89

!

104

Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand t^tal, manufacturing and mechanical
industries
....
.......
....
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
R aiiways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies.
Waterworks
.
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other.
Total, public utilities.
Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust c o m p a n i e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Total, banks...
Insurance companies—
Life
....
Fire and marine (stock)...
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty...
Fidelity and s u r e t y . . . . . . . .
Allother
Total, insurance companies

93
94
95
96
97
98

99
100
101
102
103

Engineering.
Allother.-..

3 !•
67
128 j

2, 368, 476

1.
.901 882

466, 594 |

87

4, 260, 871

3,489 460

771, 411

53,238,126 j

I
15,006,062 j

513

24 I
53 I
11 ;
21 I
4i

68,244,188 i

891,614
19
32 1 36,377,917
6
12 !

4 i

3,835,854
2,467,271
298,814
288,885 !
2,407,103!

12

199,140 !
5,487,735 !
946,765 I
782,801
62,881

268,652
1,945,988

461,115 J

20,233 I

j

15, 323
316,839
3,9s2
102, 619 !
18, 935 !
1
14,869 :
1.257 .

407
s, 699

29 !
193
14

46,567,458

28 !
184 |

3,039,527
4,392,590
2,357,148

1,972,626 I
2,933,959 I
1,581,989 j

1,066,901
1,458,631
775,159

9,789,205 i

0. 488, ">74

3,300,091 i

6*5,915 I

110,99/ '
700,790
40,943 (

400,653
712,932
30, 192
13V99

L

226 '

12
4
1
10

5
4
1
14

,
I
'
'

38,606,788

1
34

150,768 '

10,340
10, 451
27,235

200
I 0t>7
209
540

13,979
635,397

1,112,780 ! 1,437,007 j
19s ' s, isfl,«>05

9,959.893

It o, 604
117,703
2.444,811 ! 2,831.410 I
127,964 !
160', 680 !
520,175 !
637,886 i

.
)
21
5
9
4,
I

21,335 |
29,077
15,503 j.

12,672
507,595 i

62 - 3.730,920

l

14.952 ,
694,450 ,
1.502,9S2

7,7bO |
171,554 |
10

17,402 j
207,731 |

179,314

2 I

256
64,441
324,227
1,479,290
45,901
386,593
32,716
117,711
2. 2H)
186,855
772,002

9,642
36,177

225 133

7 I 3,792, % 2

1 '

3 sbs, 414

50,140
>7\

4 376

i 012

101 SS4

2 028

10

. 847 0>7
3

3 402 575

07,943

20

4,020,401

40,123
2.2 31 95K
480 133
217.741 S
381,342 i
3,357,297

tO, 150 .
9,477 i
4,355 !
7,559 !
62,444 |

73 401
1
72,5 33
O()ti 215
I*
)54,O55
243,127
50
133,4 V
328,914 i
11 I
281,445 j
8 I • 196,228 ! __216,S62 j
84 I 1,237,717 i 1,468,522 ]

222,981 j
|

410 | 3,941,011 j 5,863,438 | 1,922,427
401 !
701 |
96,518 j '95,817

222,981 |

811 ; 3,941,712 | 5,959,956 | 1,018,244

II 17 3 923 ]

7 771,3">O

134.112 (
9,203 S30
1 330 360
1,281,420
2,955,545
14,931,273 |

87 989
*.,971,s7s
870 227
1,063,679 |
2,574,203 i
11,573,976 I

1,049

38,904,975

27,520,947

11,384,0:8 |
j

1,049

38,904,975

27,520,947

11,384,028

158,569,779 j

52,633,117

250

Total, miscellaneous companies

{ 1,860

Grand total for the State of Louisiana

\ 3,705 2,380 ! 211,202,896




692,474
30,890,182
2,889,089
1,684,470
235,933

13,723 !
570,956 !

226

155 !

Grand total, banks and insurance companies..
270
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
,
3
Wholesale jobbers
un
Real estate
131
;
Amusement companies
;
39
Hotels and restaurants
25
Total, merchandising companies
303
; All other corporations of every description not elsewhere!
| _ provided for
_
,,
! 1,459
I corporations—inactive.
401
i

49

4, 14S, ^62
s7I
52,100
10'J,071
47,469
_20,634
230.805

1,047,775 | 1,325 23,877,120 ' 29,807,109 j 5,929,989

W

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES,-FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to
to
00

(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)

Classification No.

MAINE.

1
2
4

INDUSTRIES.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
.
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising.....
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture a n d animal husbandry

.
7
8
q
10
11
12

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines .
Copper mines
2 Gold and <i Ivor a n d precious metals
Iron minos
l o a d u nd zinc m i n e s . . . .
j Quarries
Oil gti<« a n d sal t w e l l s .
m

13
14
15
16
17

i&

19
20

Total,extraction of minerals

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and Kindred products—
Butter choe^o and milk...
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
Oleomargarine
.. ..
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products
.
..
Bread and bakery products
Flour mills and gristmills . . .
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses,
,




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

16
10

CORPORATIONS SHOWINC, NET INCOME
Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

42

9
6
1
23

$183,290
46,456
345,990
1,287,148

$154,664
41,626
186,516
1,035,664

$28,626
4,830
159,474
251,484

$575
97
3,189
4,915

i
19

77

39

1,862,884

1,418,470

444,414

8,776

38

830,617

1
6
3

1

1,091

67

1,024

6
3

1 542
39,'441

27 Q78
85,'32 6

26 4"6
46', 885

2
10
5
23

1
5
1
6

245,806
683,2-9
33,161
638,858

19i,024
621,043
11,788
190,813

54,782
62,246
21,373
44S,O45

1,096
1,244
427
8,961

i

5
4
17

1,922
5.549
28,822
193,287

4,2^3
18,739
39 535
301,589

2".sii
13*, 190
10 713
108,302

50

14

1,602,205

1,014,735

587,470

11,750

36

270,563

478,400

207,837

16

9

3,339,824

3,277,083

62,741

1,254

7

90,163

95,379

5,216

46

32

2,964,431

2,649,784

314,647

6,272

14

479,439

504,185

24,746

7
4

2
4

32,468
814,002

31,587
759,564

881
54,438

18
1,089

5

93,314

116,658

23 344

5

4

73,333

47,467

25,866

518

1

12,3i9

13,070

751

H

22

Q

7

$33 659
28,162
60 058
708,738

$38 600
30,133
107 880
839,790

$4 941
1,971
47 822
131,052

1,016,403

185,786

o
o

21 |
22
23 !

Beet sugar*
C3af«2tionery and ice cream..
Food preparations, another...
Total, food and kindred products.. ;

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33 !
34

94

63

Textiles and their products™
Carpets and rugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cordage and twine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cotton goods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hats and caps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hosiery and knit goods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Silk and silk goods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
V\ oolen and worsted goods . . . . .
Men's clothing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Women's clothing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Men's and women's other furnishings .
All other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

35 j
36

176,782 i
61,466 i

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills..
Foundry and machine shops
.............

Total, textiles and their products.

Total, iron and steel products,.

40 j
41 i

43
44
45 |
46 !

10,531

14,498

1,035

*770,"646'

13*1,"829'

21

64

Leather and finished, products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished..
Boots and s h o e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
All o t h e r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

42 |

19,645
4.156,124
35,924

361,317
866,230

7\327
198,020
4,610,904

91,519 !

44~"|

Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp....
..........
Manufactures of paper
Printing and p u b l i s h i n g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and clectrotyping, typo
founding, e t c . ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

13,065,025 j
810,090
3,029,889

38,282
697,958

14,030 I

4,585,219 j

3,848,979

736.240 |

14,752

722 j

41 !
90

35 !

17,72^,919 !
138 560 |
3,328,396 I

16,009,336
123,164
2, (93,934

1,711,613
15,3 96
634,462

!
33,8?5 !
3 07
12,285

21,187,935

18,825,434 j

2,361,471

46,427 !

538,669
5,605,825 I
86,227 I

12S,959
1.842,335
14,662

6,230,721 I

1,985,9

35,485 i

3,617,976
2,546,900

3,881,040 j
1,342,293 |
2,224,425 j

1,927,447
2,305,683
322,475

38,557 |
46,113
6,428 i

12,003,363

7,447,758 1

4,555,605

91,098

. I
5,80S, 487
13 |

41 I

687,472

75^,492 |

63,020

9,991
4,688

591,338
9,628
57,224
1,3C9

657,585
11,494
92,991
28,142

66,247
1,886
35,767
26,833

14 ! 10,512,738 ] 10,678,130

145,392

1 j
14 j

109 I
81,759 !

15 |
!

81,868 |

2,579 L
32,013 '
293 i

8,216,677

7,214
1,749

9,736,081
151,837

1,349 !
3,930 |

17,675,929

17,9^4
3,266

9,728, €91
147,149

393
82,487
722

332,810
10,587,822
132,302

667,628 j
7,448,160 I
100,889 |

7 !
30 I
7 j

11

31 I

J:

857,372
3,727,847

57 |

50

10,720
1,517

2,637

431,644 |
1,062,250

125 I




526,590 !

352,455 i
14,743,946 1
168,226 i

64
o
56 i

Total, paper and printing..

454

15,533 |

I/innber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing m i l l s . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Furniture and fixtures
...
........
All other woodworking establishments..

Total, leather and finished products.

6,935,716

24,703
4i,314 ;

95i," 875*1*

Total, lumber and its manufactures...

37

7,462 306 |

152,079 j
18,152 |

94,099

133
12,098

w

12,2U

XI

1.146,179 I 1,375,761 l
' 3^,579 ;
37,444 I
408,870 !
491,684 j

35 ! 1,591,628 I 1,934,891 I

313,263

H
O

229,584
8(;5
82,814

19 |

15 j

284,456 |
6,703 i
9 |
1
4
22

299,834
6,773
305,607

15,378
70

32,624
37,994
62,961
89,128
1,031,367 : 1,052,184

5,370
26,167
20,817

291,159 I

15,448

6,288

163

1,133,077 I 1,185,594

52,517

6,125 |
89

2
93,857

p

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OP INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TER~
RITORIE S-~Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
Classification No. |

MAINE—Continued.

47
4S
49

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

54
55
56
58

61
62
63
64

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Fertilizers
.
Gas illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other

Stone, clay, and glass products—
Stone—.
Cement.
. . .
Marble and stonework.
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
Allother
.
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products




f—!

7

5

$57,477

$47,949

$9,528

$157

2

$4,948

$6,095 !

$1,147

7

5

57,477

47,949

9,528

157

2

4,948

6,095

1,147

j~
u

'

rr

1

151,446

116,931

34,515

690

2

329,328

261,137

68,191

1,364

6

5
5

247,286
43,944

198,278
41,396

49,008
2,548

10

6

105,430

95,911

33

19

877,434

10

5

2
1

2

23

14

j

. . .

Total, chemicals and allied products

59
60

Number of
corporations.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

u
Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted
. . . .
All other.
Total, liquors and beverages

50
51
5?

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

.

3,340

986
51

2
1
1
1
1
3

89,141
9,251
5,618
114 529
28
3,889

92,481
9,311
5,619
164,604
1,221
4,203

11,519

232

4

8
56,408

61,664

io

2
5,256

711,653

165, 781

3,323

14

278,872

339,113

60,241

3,593
546,022

2,785
464,537

808
81,485

17
1,630

1
5

681
263,784

17,826
321)329

17,145
57,545

116,474
85,575

96,275
71,945

20,199
13,630

316
183

2

24,763

27,471

2,708

1

27

23i

204

9

289,255

366,857

77,602

751,664

635,542

116,122

2,146

' 60

1
50,075
1,193
314

£

^
S
g

c

70

Metals and metal products other than iron and s t e e l Smelters. .
Manufactures
...........
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicj'cles...........
Carriages and wagons.
—
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other

8,281,595 i
96,262 I
122,442
9,391

8,486,710

Total, metals and metal products other than iron |
and steel
|
Miscellaneous industries—
I
Toba3co
Agricultural implements
.......
!
E lectncal machinery
!
Musi2&i instruments, pianos, organs, e t c . . . . . . . . . . . |
Rub ber goods
.....
|
Fur goods
Shipbui ding
...............................i
Bui ding construction
|
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, !
tunae.s, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
.j
Engineering
|
All other
..
!
Total, miscellaneous industries




1,243,863

146,659
52,212

2,189
11,423
45,076
17,188
299
11,574
216,075
37,504

98,995 I
25,503 i
443,168 i

1,997
510
8.857

6

4,271,900

3,362,906

908,994 |

462 !

85,576,584

68,355,530

17,221,054

56
23
15
17
73
6
65
40

6,565,780
23,340,432
4,591,516
2,331,792
'856,711
259,913
216,952
1,141,219

5,334,932
19,784,672
3,932,111
1,203,766
600,830
250,425
160,153
859,888

1,230,848
3,555,760
659,405
1,128,026
255,881
7,488
56,799
271,331

39,302,315 i

32,136,777

7,165,538

3,381,068
'584,795 !
3,628,523 j

2,485,474
441,946
2,732,665

7,594,386

5,660,085

68 I
652

j
I
j
|
I
|
I
|

298

44 |

41 j

119 I

114 I

895,594
142,849
895,858 !
1,934,301

1,420

309,258

91,745

1,227

133 I
50 I

482 384
186 609
1,123 495

581,379 |
212,112
1,566,663 I

20,062

"*i,*227

605 j

2 !
3 !

!
!
i

36,367
53,958

217,513 j

24,197

183,026 j
106,170 I

18,642 |

23,409 !

i

18 I
6
28

Total, public utilities.

Total, banks.

1,204,464 I
30,237 {
6,664
2,498 !

44
171
902
343
6
231
4,323
750

36, 693
59,389
196,934
52, 281
6 613
29, 320
802 751
386, 437

i\

Public utilities:
E lectrio and gas lighting and power companies.
Rai roads, steam
Railways, e.ectnc, citv and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies...
All other.

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust companies

7,242,847

!
I
!
i

38,882 [
70,812
242,010
69,469
6,912
40,894
1,018,826
423,941

5
3 !

j

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical in- j
dustrias
,...,,
... j

7,057,131
63,045
115,778
6,893

18,134 j
337,789 I

7 I
2 |

21 |

17,391
2,857
17,434 j
37,682

21,418
50,416

52,802

a
w

in,353.385

84,392
1,701,£90
497,863
229,490
135,485
2,995
46,472
1,308,362
101 j 4,006,649

39,241 j
3

5,964
1,318
31,636

412., 249

359,447

580

242,112
7,958
89,118

236.148
6J640

. 57,482

190 j 15,407,977

68,
11,
22,
4,

136,582

!

13,838 I
45,339 j

131,
M79.
995!
243'

5,155,302

47,358
478; 332
497, 289
14, 509
45,815
41
588
781

a
g

1,148,713

46,852

7,611

""85,"7is'

"*96,'834

ii'iie

124,959

143,686

18,727

to
CO

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to
CD
fcO

(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
MAINE—Continued.
I Total
I num| ber of
j corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES

Banks and insurance companies—Continued.
Insurance companies—•
Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
.
ill other

105

$461,914
....
16

Net income.

$55,818
27,120
2,574

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

8,155,304

6,135,332 |

2.019,972 j

39,406 j

6

Total, miscellaneous c o m p a n i e s , . . . . . . . . . . . .

85,671 I

1,724

•2,757,803 I 2,837,736 I

12
96
83
51
35

.

8
92
49
30
22

688,923
6,523,598
598; 614
425,728
1,999,716

575,567
4,421,469
414,900
370,138
1,729,133

113,356
2,102,129 I
183,714 i
55,590 j
270,583 !

1.906 |
41.393 '
3; 668
1,126 I
5,381

4
4
34
21
13

277 j

201 |

10,236,579

7,511,207

2,725,372 j

53,474

76

.| 1,470

Grand total for the State of M a i n e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,084

21,262,692

782 i

21,262,692

1,949 ! 167,998.563
!

13,113,738

H
o

79,933

2,882,702 i 2,981,422 j

98,660

232,239 j

42,036 '
238,127 I
265,327 I
262,563 I

254,264
49,730
830,891
295.090
282,260

308
380

8,148,954 1

156,996

13,113,738

8,148,954

156,996 I 688

129,685,789

38,312,774

744,773 1,135

22,025
7,694
r,92, 764
29,763
19,697

1,040,292 I 1,712,235
;

782

i79,933

159 i

13,476

13,317 |

Deficit

$2,757,803 I $2,837,736

560,918

475,247

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

$1,117
553
"52!

39 j

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere I
provided for
1,090
Corporations—inactive
....
j 380




$517,732
27,120
2,590

Total
deductions.

159~i ~l53~i

Total, merchandising c o m p a n i e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . !
104

Gross
income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

1

40 I

Grand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Who'esa'e jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants

Number of
corporations.

2 )
33 |
3 !

Total, insurance companies

99
100
101
102
103

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

671,943
j "" ""

1,770,868 j 2,494.969
298 I
14^283
1,771,166 I 2,509,252 |
26,270,026 I 30,206,459

724,101
13,985
738,086
3,936,433

a
o

1
2
?

4

j
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming .
»
« -J
Florists and fruit growers....
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..i
Stook raisins'
.!
Forest and lumber not provided for els?where
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry. „..,. ..!

Extraction of minerals:
5
Coal mines
i
Copper mines....
,
*!
"
Gold and silver and nreoions mpt^ls
7
""!
K
Iron mines.......
i
9
Lead and zinc mines
............................. 1
Quarries...............
10 !
Oil, gas, and salt wells..
!
All o t h e r . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Total, extraction of minerals..
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, and m i l k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13 j
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
14 |
and v e g e t a b l e s ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j
15 I
Oleomargarine,.................................... j
Slaughtering and meat picking, and meat products, i
16 |
Bread and bakery p r o d u c t s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . |
17|
Coffee and spices
...............................!
18 I
Flour mills and grist m i l l s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
....
19 !
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
20 I
molasses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
j
ases
Beet s u g a r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
21 j
Confectionery and ice cream.
22 j
Food preparations, all other.
23 [

i
27 :

16 i

4I

172,655

108,652

2,174

805,097

605,573

199,524

3.993

29

20,259,372
9,981,072

12,399,507
3.970,614

7,859, 865
6,010,458

157,197
120,209

11

i :

j

8\

4 ;
4
4! !

19 j
~84~i

46 !

609
1,098,101
45,241 i
' - - • •
1,714,664 !
33,129,059

254

355




2,808

1,948

i~s1

137,784

35,726

l,05S, 968
4, 304, i

1.258,491
5,221
1,873

199,525
917
1,873

102,

1 l
1 i

86,39P
27,379

5 .......j

1

843,419
30,463 i
1,391,408 I

254,682 I
14,778 |
353,256 i

5,093 !
296 I
7,067 |

18,635.766 I

14,493.293 !

289,867 !

811,751

692,689 j

119,062 I

9
4
12
38 i

301,805 !
31,978 !
126,146 j

369,980 ;
40,495
149,124

1,523.201 j 1,825,184

68.175
8,517
22,978
301,983

I

5,273,093

4,146,860 |

1,126,233 I

22,517 |

4
14

846,445
4,173,520
766,523
953,206

700,053
1,745,906
553,112
571,211

146,392
427,614
213,411
381,995

699,005

693,766

""2," 929"!
5,610 I
4,267 |
7,477 j
!
80 |

14,845 |

2,381 |

55 |

22,426 J

7,581

o
w

126,890 i
4,184 i
196 i
55,304 !
88,482 i
7,435 I

165,124 i
4,684 :
4,103 j
59,994
90,195
12,456

38,234
500
3,907
4,690
3,713
5,021

i
o
o

i

70
1 !.
9 i
10 |

I

i
j
I
[

5,239 I
469,739
53,661

27,080
100,211
4,962.061
5,465
767,067
217,687
393,441

18,877
60,313
! 517,790
,
4,984
659,571
176,364
286,689

9,382 !
1,073 i

2,943,346

Total, food and kindred products.
Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and r u g s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cordage and t w i n e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cot ton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit g o o d s . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods.

5 I

$30,397
104,581

H

4 I

5

15

j
$23,
77, 202 |
...1
858 i

281,307

29 !
11

13 I

$527
1,292

5 j

40 !
1 !
1 i

$26,325
64,547

11 !

20

" i

S222,103
210,815

$248,4°8
275,362

49 1

5

i
!
8 I
16 !

|

l

12

55,716 !

8,203
39,898
2,444,271
481
107,496
41,323
106,752

164
798
48,886
10
2,150
827
2,135

15 :
1'
1 i

2 i
i !
i i

258,891 j
4 i
13 !

350,417 j

9 ,526

279,921
449,143 I

303.576 i
647,035 |

23,655
197,892

40 I 1,283,291 ! 1,660,010

376,719

!
j

1
2
1

18,094 j
152,524 1
964 |

I

29,852
158,126
1,815

11,758
5,602
851

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

Classification No,

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
MARYLAND—Continued.

31
32
?3
34

35
36

37
38
39

40
41
42

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

C/2

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Textiles and their products—Continued.
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and
Allother women's other furnishings

H
9
9
12

9
4
10
6

$3,825,526
361,670
1,074,006
4,570,514

$3,075,065
336,710
797, 556
3,572,140

$750,461
24,960
276,450
998,374

$15,409
477
5,530
19,317

2
3

$122,351
330,181
254,664

$125,555
381,417
263,538

#3,204
51,236
8,874

Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
Ail other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather andfinishedproducts—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and slues
All other

64

50

16,304,728

11,506,059

4,798,669

95,703

14

878,778

960,303

SI, 525

7
81

6
53

111,615
14,911,696

84,628
11,545,012

26,987
3,366,684

539
64,389

1
28

47,916
507,329

50,782
694,429

2,866
187,100

88

59

15,023,311

11,629,640

3,393,671

64,928

29

555,245

745,211

189,966

26
11
27

l8
7
22

1,478,171
756,242
1,549,171

1,169,893
639,469
1,393,385

308,278
116,773
155,786

6,004
2,249
3,072

8
4
5

226,975
38,209
48,519

252,372
54,998
68,583

25,397
16, 789
20,064

64

47

3, 783,584

3,202, 747

580,837

11,325

17

313,703

375,953

62,250

9
7
4

9
5
2

1,253,759
520,415
81,746

605,148
398,325
72,038

648,611
122,090
9,708

12,914
*,36d
195

2
2

1,760
34,531

2,561

3V3S

801
4,207

Total, leather and finished products

20

16

1,855,920

1,075,511

780,409

15,475

4

36,291

41,299 !

5,003




U2

a
a
w
o
c

43 I
44 !
45 !
46

Paper and p r i n t i n g Paper and wood p u l p . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manufactures of paper...
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (en- j
gravinsr, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type I
founding, etc.)- - . . . . . . . . .
J
Total, paper and printing.

47
48
49

I

Liquors and beveragesDistilled. . . . . . . . . . .
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages.

56
57
58

59 i
60 |
61 |
62 !
63 I
64

1,303,481

25,384

852,952 !
2,203,369 !
85,081 !

247,172
329,530

3,141,332 j

582,400 |

622,321 |
35,487 |

39,234 j

3,747

36 i

657,808 !

735,329 j

78,521

338,801 !
2,346,436 j
241,494 |

420,975 i
2,410,919 j
262,189 I

84,174
64,483
20,695

!
I
j
j
!
i

417,430
2,173,371
2,329
451,037
41,245
591,266
157,327

956,576
1,353,485
172
257,795
66,728
614,286
98,873

4,939
6,571 I
113 I
11,623 I

18,740
23,684
3
4,040
1,335
11,888
1,211

331,883

221,479 |

110,404

7,511,853

4,055,534 |

3,456,319

63, 065

3,226,790 !
1,513,503 !

12

33

291

6,702,358

1,374,006
3,526,856
2,501
708,882
107,973
1,205,552
254,200

3,041,341 i
1,401,224 j
!
809,579 !
143,848 i

185,449
112,279

3,709
2,246
2, 457
340

14,236 I

2,164 I

697,095 i

28 | 2,924,731 j 3,094,0

74,774

169,352

6
3
3

!
103, 185 1
85, 833 i
17, 839

118,802
S9,162
21,772

15.617
3,329
3,933

2
4

13, 827 |
45, 063 |

16,360
49,561

2,533
4,498

1 i
14 |

10,917 !
67,046 |

11,627 i
102,669 |

710
35,623

343,710 |

409,953 ;

66,243

153,479 |
107,188 !
i
696,639 I
14,259 j
79,124 i
5,253 i

174,462 I
115,236 I
j
794,992 i
21,636 |
79,320 I
8,845 !

20,983
S, 048

33

CJ

1,129,522 |

828,560 |

122,809
IS,157
300,962

6,964,208 j

6,224,552 |

739,656

7,164,002 I
7,437,220 I
33,122
394,370 I

4,620,396
5,580,382
28,081
351,296

2,543,606
1,856,838
5,041
43,074

50,872
36,866
101
862

15,028,714 i

10,580,155 \

4,448,559

88,701

932,388 I
162,005 I
10 |

loi

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons.
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel

14,494

3,723,782 j

.

Total, stone, clay, and glass products.




2,521 !
8,335 i
14,237

8,005,839

134

Total, chemicals and allied products..

65 i
GO
67
68
69
70

126,070 j
416,720 !
746,197 I

110,074

124,568 j

49

Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
.,...,..
ClayBrick and tile
.
.
Pottery, terra cjtta, fire clay, etc.
All other
Glass and glass products

50 I
51 !
52 |
53

242,750 ;
1,249,697 !
5,099,837 I

1,666,417
5,846,034

1,100,124
2,532,899
90,759

,

Chemicals and allied products—
( hemicals
Fertili '.ers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined.
Soap
All other

3
16
107

61

484

27 i 1,055,942 j 1,194,491

132,429
67,484
6,157
55,751

261,821

I
I
i
j

219,561
83,580 !
6,460 I
69,448 I

379,049

O

98,353
7.377
196
3,592

138,549

87,132
16,096
303
13,697

117,228

to

TABLE 10a.—COBPOBATION INCOME TAX- DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES. FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to
CO

(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
M AR YLAND—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES

81

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction: contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
|

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Net income. | Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

$16,890

11,090

121

1

§43,258

5543,551

$293

Ul

417,981
35,475
83,922

76,167
3,520
12,233

1,524
70
246

5

505,728

545,870

40,142

7,900
58,359

7,900
42,519

O

7,344
49,144
738,482
859,766
797,856 j 890, C28
136,596 I 166,752
723,428
1,269,247

41,800
121,284

1,862,935
1,345,786

767,220 |
1,175,898 I

1,095,715 j
169,888 I

33
9
98

20
3
G
G

1,862,187
146,214
G, 407,710

1,G99,955
74,801
4,985,545

162,232 |
71,413 j
1,422,171 i

3,245 I
1,283 |
26,645 i

215

135

12,278,110

9,263,687

3,014;429 !

58,344 I

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical in- j
1,014
dustries

G92

1
2 I

21,910
3,400

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
Railroads, steam.
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
,
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
Allother
Total, public utilities.




|

Deficit.

494,148
38,995
102,155
5
25

,

Total
deductions.

$17,980

8
42

Total, miscellaneous industries

Gross
income.

43
22 I
12 |
25
28

192

9,459,335
14,852,648
12,223,
10,594, y»y
403,621

7,983,038
12,684,498
10,103,062
12;379,621 I
295,066 I

1,470,297
2,168,150
2,120,915
4,215,368
108,555

9,082,753
10,283,207

32
11
8
19
21

22 j
123
275 |

107,702,186 j 81,660,410 j 26,041,776 j

8,479,122
9,266,015

72,900,530

61,196,422 I

i
!
i
!
i

504.500

1
15,840 j

2,968,532

3,891,217

322 ; 11,279,852 13,487,5

Ul

o

92,772
30,156
545,819

o
o

922,D85

g

2,208,046

22,836
43,364
42,417
52,263
2,164

33,744
2,318,048
21,735
67,039
32,191

45,C53
2,672,641
25,123
77,313
37,895

11,909
353,f>93
3,388
10,274
5,704

603,631
1,017,192

12,073
19,750

32,762
617,212

146,824
766,638

114,002
149,426

11,704,108 I

194,867

3,123,331

3,772,087

648,756

83

jj

Banks and Insurance companies.
Banks—
Natrnal banks

90
91
92

Savings banks and State b a n k s - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j
Trust c o m p a n i e s . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . !
Total, banks,

48, 593
8,562
363

Insurance companies—
Life...............
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other

93
94
95
96
97
9S

4;

3,835
59
3

57, 518

114 j
27'

3,897

1,977,282, 2,081,816]

2 : 2,401,/75 j 2,468,569 !
24,113,389

Total, insurance companies

22,837,823 I

104,534
"66," 794

1,275,7

Grand total, banks and insurance companies.....
99
100
101
102 j
103 !
|

Merchandising companies:
Department stores,
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants,

266,243
776,559
750,767
147,631

|
I
:
i

54,126
159,618
150,240
8,352

W
H
O
02

Total, mechandising companies

104 j All other corporations of everv description no* <
provided for.-..
. . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . / ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...| 1,509 j 1.121 !i 172,196,600 ! j 149,402,810
Corporations—inactive.
..„„....„..,....
476 j

a

105

Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of Maryland

j 1.985 | 1,121 ! 172,196,600 j 149,402,810 j
4,039 ; 2,581

443,382,103 j 356,098,100"|

22,793,790

425,977

8^28ToO3~ ~1,658,036

1,455

25,604,140 ! 30,268,153 j 4,664,013

MAS SACHUSETTS.
1 i
2i
' I

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers....

Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.

Total, agriculture and animal husbandry




63
93
15

$3,211,241
52,697,393
100,159
1,115,698

23 j

,. \ 194

99 |

SI, 554,937
44,016,497
93,061
951,338

$1,655,304
8,680,899
7,098
154,362

133,128 I
173,206
142
3,088

32 !
43
11

$142,187 !
240.717 !
13;920 I
410.026 !

57,124,494

48,625,831

10,498,663

209,554 |

95 |

806,850 |

$303,770
459.29f)
63J061
455,122

$161,583

218.573
49;141
45,098

474,893

co

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.
(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 19IB.]
MASSACHUSETTS—Continued.
c
TNDUSTRIES.

i Total
I num! ber of
; corl porai tions
I report' i

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

j Num-1
I ber
Normal ' I cor-of I Gross
tax.
income.
j pora-

Total
deductions.

I tions.

j
j Deficit,
j

i

j

H
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
<i old and silver and precious metals
I ron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other

15

18
19
20
21
22
23

j
!
!
j
!

Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
*...
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
i
Coffee and spices
|
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and moi
lasses
I
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
T o t a l , food a n d k i n d r e d p r o d u c t s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .




i
!
I

11 j
27 I
4 !

§3,855,883
94,912,039
5,335^200

$2,159,887 !
54,518,484 I
1,933,466 !

9
7
7
22

16 748, 866
875, 145
238, 629
7, 472, 772

7,775,694
816.283
106^064
4,190,045

8,973.172 I
58', 862 i
132,555 !
3,282,727 1

129,439,534 j

71,499,903

57,939,631 '

3,466,976

3,202,515

984,361
32,261
10,747,222
1,886,746
1,078,383
172,873

727,394
30,859
7,536,911
1,582,949
815,524
107,504

255,967 I
1,402 !
3,210,311
303,797
262,839
65,369 I

64,004 i
5,902 I
5; 257 .

35

16
46
16
2
14
16
9
74

1,676,769
10,779
7,081,634
8,198,958

1,553,994
10,676
5,754,362
6,910,334

122,775 i
103
1,327,272
1,286,624

1,994
2
26,544
25,634

159 I

35,334,942 I

28,233,022

193

19
1
12
21
2
4
3!
1

44 I
249

$1,697,016
40,393,555
3,401,734

264,461 !

7,101,920

$33,943
800,765
57,897
179,485 :
1.176 i
2; 650 j
65,519 I
1,141,435

19
12
2

•>

2

4

9

>

9

,104,
712,
1,
211,
722,

52

-,450'

106

>, 472,

297,478
687,145
033,145
4,397 !
253,689 I
832.550! !
32^178
837,454 i

-548,327
582,872
320,911
2,906
45,378
110.214
Hi 102
387,269

6,981,036

1,5:)8,979

4,462

298,894

370,454

71,580

5,137!

100,800
14,893
136,803
397,630

116,402
22,317
162,211
455,076

15,602
7,424
25,40S
58,446

230,545

274,249

43,704

1,747,204 1,947,582
608,758 I 774,628
3,535,527 j 4,123,919

200,378
165,870

28 I

3
18 i

1.303 I

140,267

90

588,392

O

c

3

o
o

26
27
28
29 !
30 |
31
32 !
33
34

Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs
Cordage and t w i n e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
...............
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other

35
35

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills..
Foundry and machine shops.......
.......

37
38
39

10
12
209
18
31
11
136
35
51
53
108

8
8
198
12
26
9
113
26
35
41
92

6,393,550
3,466;532
182,609,505
1,140,521
8.582,951
5,469,698
70,703,633
4,306;951
2,876,849
11,878,945
32,803,366

6,285,112
2.180,545
139,261,007
1,073,895
7,359,408
3,578,232
45,876,982
3,721.985
2,338,527
8,971,635
22,887,998

108.438 I
1,285', 987 !
43,348,498 \
65,626 \
1,203,543 '
1,891,466 !
24,826,651 !
584,966 !
540,322 j

674

568

330,212,501

243,533,326

86,679,175 |

48
591

39
447

9,213,973
106,410,205

5,426,572
70,506,942

787,401
35; 903,263

63,602
696,336

UA

9

71, 162
7, 152, 690

87, 588
9,123, 906

16,426
1,971,216

Total, iron and steel products..

639

486

115,624, 178

75,933,514

39, 693,664

759,938

153

7, 223, 852

9,211, 494

1,987,642

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
.Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

24
56
125

13
46
93

2,095, 391
9,467, 484
9,981, 845

1,842,935
5,999,398
8,043,888

252,456
3,468,086
937,957

4,756
67,150
37,710

32

1
1
1
0

455, 785
137, 120
731, 618

590, 794
165,669
874,299

135,009
28,549
142,681

205

152

21,544, 720

15,886,221

5,658,499

109,616

53

L 324, 523

1,630, 762

306,239

94
221
100

85 |
172 |
7S

30,823,103
93,433,073
10,355,896

21,349,879 |
77, S01,381
0,071,2: ?C

224
15, 032 292
284 600

180. 770
284, 754
si; 707

9 !
217,803 1
345,S6G !
4fl!
5,917,3181 0,472,438 j
28 I
597,920 j
08!, 90* j

!2S,0U3
ooi, L20
87,048

421 j

335

29,390,170 j

553,237 |

80 I 0,733,101 I 7,503,272 !

770,171

20
155
42S>

15
12,319,760
133 ! 61,403,910
32.780,329
288

5,008,979
15,057,234 i
4,080,067

100.181
297'. 24 2
77; 578

Total, textiles and their products

Total, lumber and its manufactures

to

Leather and finished ^rodnn!?—
Leather, tanned, curried, and
Boots and shr.es..
A11 o t her

finished

I
\
.... J
j

Total, leather and finishod products.
43
44
4")
46 i

Total, paper a n d p r i n t i n g . . . .
47
48 |
49

.j

Pap?r and printing—
Paper and wood pulp
Manufacturcs oi paper
Criming; and publishing
Industries relating to print in c and publishing fangraving, stereotyping, and eiectrotypmg, type
founding, etc )
.'....

L i q u o r s a n d beverages—
' Distilled
. .\.
Malted.
All otner

Total, liquors and beverages..




2,907,310 !
9,915,368 |

1,267 !
25,715 ?
S37.841 :
1,264
17,739 \
37,730 {
437,219 !
11,313 i
10,593 !
57,248 I
193,304 '

.......

70,409 I
144,325
120,834
90,240 !
353.699
247,941 !
1,793,278 ! 1,864,547
228,316 ;
242,655
10,421 !
14,859
2,751,755 I 3,667,458
245,836
215,696 I
353,939
293,796 I
467,646
448,619 !
511,722
367', 301 |
6,517,772 j 7,987,520 j

1,631,233

73,916
30,594
105,758
71,269
14,339
4.438
915;703
30.140
60;143
19,027
144,421
1,469,748

a
CP

o
134,612,672 1 105,222,496!
7,310,781
40,346,676
28.699,662

• - »

40

24

2,822,180

2S,,ISO

460

100,320,179

24,431,006

4S0,5:>0

6
16
26

15
'4

3,023.804
12,051,300
1,44", 990

872,0'57
2.280.880
2Q4.017

••"<?

35

17, 1?5, :»74

13,0-8,310 !

3,440,904

448,042
1841

4*7,695

39,653

5,301,780 ! 0,4^7,5:47 1 1.125,761

1 j
12 I
PS,371

3

o
o

5 I 415,004 i 410,322 I
1,228
22 I 291,200 ! 301,271 |
70,011
141 I 4,20?;300 j 5,222,249 j 1,014,859

5,519

! .44

,

2
4
11
6
5
2
23
9
16
12
16

191.947
223,512

13 I

345,183 1

135,]91
2-1,417

1.°., Q44
37,875

51 no

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RITORIE S—Continued.
o
Classification No.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
MASSACHUSETTS—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME
Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
50
5°
53
* i
r ;

57
5S

59
GO
61
G4

Chcixii.-als and allied proddci.s—
Chemicals.
t'er'iizors
Gas, illumina-injr ar.<i hoating
Oils, and oi! D r uducis... .
Pnten« ii'pvlio:^»s
Petroleum rciined
Soap
.'
Ail other

Total, chemicals and allied products
Stono. clay, and ghss products—
StoneCement
Marble and s'onc v, o-k
fire clny, etc

Al! othVr
Glass and glass products
Total, ston^, clav, and glass oroducts

05
06
C7
08
C9
70

Metals and metal products other than iron and stool—
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcyclrs, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars etc )
Allother
Total, metals and metal products other than
iron and ste^l .




$4,156,929
41,754
36?, 158
166,085
844,830
016,911
?4 0*>7
33S,791
5,965,56/

$88,951
G89
7,189
2,920
Hi, 891
11 631
480
6 627
105.098

$19
2
1
3
4
15

jS3

$4,1G1,3GG
217 557
1,172.778
441,690
1,637,417
1 448 52^
149 ?37
1 674' 9%
9,567,944

280

194

3--t, 288,559

20,471,507

12,817,052

.'40,476

10
71

6
40

869,428
4,716,433

537,423
'A, 569,64S

332,005
1,116,785

26

. .

Ciav*Potterv, terra cotta,
Brick ard tile

0Q

$8,Cl«, 295
259 211
1,531,936
607,775
2,482,247
2.065 439
173 ?64
2 013 7^1
15,533.51!

1C

s
11

r>
3
9

1,494,512
337.035
195 454
834,311

1,290,582
'976,170
82 033
517,231

132

80

8,447,173

10
207
07
15
8
2

7
152
42
13
0
1

309

221

53
5
7
30
37
2
17 •
123

34
4
4
4
26
22
9

$190,813
3 ^12
20,952
112,183
8» 329

$28«, 123
17 4-w
5 557
38,569
117,538
121 529

$97,310
13 GS4
936
17,617
5,355
3",°00

40

1 381
277.371

2 4'J8
359,03 b

i 057
81,665

86

C95,402

950,28'-

254,soi

6,640
22,931

4
31

14,9S7
964;970

27,1«9
1,115,594

12,202
150,624

203,920
60,859
113,421
287,080

4,080
1,143
2 ?09
5', 654

10
2
3
2

322,^56
4,950
41 355
30,782

378,166
10 971
43 370
35,084

55,910

6,303,103

2,144,070

12,717

52

1,379,300

1,(40,374

231.074

10,064,418
24,701.026
10,243; 450
1,766,283
1,438,012
38,892

2,966,448
17,520,921
8,581,185
1,509,992
1,210,816
35,845

7,097,970
7,180', 105
1,662,265
256,291
227,190
3,047

141,959
138,094
29,055
4,208
3,628
61

3
55
25
2
2

091,003
2,095,978
2,170,225
15,208
16,760
24,419

782 4?5
2,624,856
2,968,470
23 158
03,080
71,910

91,422
528,878
798,215
7,950
46.320
47,491

48,252,081

31,825,207

317,005

88

5,013,593

6,533,899

1,520,306

H
H

16,426,874

2 015
4,302

O

3
o
o

71
72
73

8

76

*>

77

I 79
so!
81 !

Miscellaneous industriesT o b a c c o . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4i
,.........,.... -,,
Agricultural i m p l e m e n t s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60
35
75
4
11
136

Musical instruments, pianos, organs, e t c . . . . . . . . . .
Rubber goods
................................
Fur g o o d s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shipbuilding......................................
Building construction.......
Construction;
contracting (pavements, roads,
tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)---.-..'
Engineering.........................'.............
All o t h e r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

S39

Grand tctal, manufacturing and mechanical
industries.................... .'„ , . . . . „ . . . ,

Total, banks..

Total, i n s u r a n c e c o m p a n i e s . . . . . , . , , = . . . . . . . , , .
<Jrand t o t a l , b a n k s a n d i n s u r a n c e c o m p a n i e s .




529

93,543,902

72,814,047

*,04
5,852
14,227
11,641
112,723
37
17,081
12,661

676.820
805,903
9.79*,226

13,393
16,121 '
J73,045 '

45
22
111

4.018,452
ol4.637
2.^5,')10

1,659,287
707,743
3,272,21s

3S7.2(Vs

20,729.^55

3S4,S25 '

310

17,W2,505

19/J79.7S9

2,377,2s I

55.732,910

66.41b,060

JO,tfK3.150

969
251 805

i95,055
159,640
79,1S7
197, 2s9
3,277
7,365
48, S6t»

. _

157 : 140 I
49 i 44 i
60 ! 43 i
18 I
33 |
39
45
15 ! 10 I
31 ! 24 !
212 | 140 i
|

602 i

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks.
Savings banks and State bankvS....
Trust c o m p a n i e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

insurance companies—Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
.
Casualty
„
Fidelity and s u r e t y . . . . . . . . . . . .
Allother.........*.............

I

6.0'-*2,344 i 5,355,524 !
3,322,408
2,516,499 !
39.608,551 ! 29,810,325 ;

402,194 i
292; 584 |
717,600 ;
583,324 S
5,959,511 i
2;702 !
854,162 !
636,823 j

4,440 | 3,219 ; 947,312,1M . 69*. 795,866 1 248,516,315

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies........
Railroads, s t e a m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . , ^ . . . . . . . . . &.
Railways; electric, city and suburban. . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . * '
Steamship transportation c o m p a n i e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Waterworks.................. 1 ........................
Express companies
......
.
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies . . . . . . . . . . . .
AU other.........:.........,........;....,.....
,

49
25

1,049,570 \
491,158 ;
3,552,985 S
3,021,035 •
21,345,588 !
58,951 {
884,383 I
4,728,029 I

230

Total, miscellaneous i n d u s t r i e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Total, public utilities

15 ! 1,451,764
783,742
4;
4,270,585
36
3,604,359
23
27.305,099
50
61,653
2
1,738; 545
7
5,364,852
88

94
•7
4

Electrical m a c h i n e r y . . . . . . . , . . , , * „ . .„,.„.»»*,*-.** -

48.829,471
78,297,896
57;398,167
10,997,641
780,258
676,449
27,193,165
10,627.443

j
;
;
!
I
j
•
'
;

33,769,967 I
62,763,288
53,235,238 =
'
8,993,957 !
495,484
654,201 I
20,270', 268 I
8,812,025 I

458 | 234,800,490 | 188,994,428

161 i 26.140,632 !

340,873
365,703
216,165
262,045
752,567 1
896,823
1,050,531 ! 1,165", 606
479,592 i
727.604 i
18,723 I
20;011
69,049 j
81.427
7,156,906 I 7,821,322

l,72S,205 | 1,221
_

_

r_

15,059,504
15,534,608 ;
4,162,929 <
2,003,684 j
284,774
22,248 :
6,922,897
1,815,418 ;

271. 204
308; 689
655
074
40,07400
446
138, 340
34 i517

i
!
i
!
!
!
i
!

45,806,062

874,325 ;

j

17
5
17
15
6
5
7
72

H
630, V 1
*4
92,165
^16,47-3
751,45s
31,193 '
127,H36 l
701,023
1,973,596

144 '• 5,127,65s

745,106 I
22 859,584 |

275 !

43 I

2

l\

17,121,831 I
460,386 I
17.675,216 I

9,018,801 I
284,720 i
5,184,368 i

179,819 I
4,437 ;
101,071 !

10 !
2i
11 !

l92,«i70
465
•OU.320

49,745,322 j

35,257,433 j

14,487,889 I

285,327 (

23 i

31,571,264 j
13,028,154 ;

406,266
1,741,701
796,603
1,311,616

•37. 470
135, 201
749, SS9
2,202, 996

n, 047,737 92D,079

12,024,696 !

8,126 i

2.624
45i 340

4 I 47 4 40. J20 52,307,112

2, Io9
104,02f.
193,07^
i.stiti,992

34,834 i ......!..
•
15,924 I
!......
.
,
.
26,234 j
3 i 232,112 2,057,236
1,825,124
........I
1 5,134,595 • 5,52.3,3X4
:JSS, 789

....... j .

85 j

77

60,880,300

s,624, 114
e

4,256,186 !

360 |

329

110,625,622

91, 881, 547

18/744,075 j

85,118 I
370,445

H

CO

5
o

734,455

31,977,530
14,769,855
796,603
13,336,312

252 !

24,830
45,880
144,256
115,075
248,012
1,288
12,378
B64,416

8 | 52,806,827 . 59,887,732

7,080,905

31 | 53,541,282 ; 00,815,265 , 7,273,9*3

53

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to
to

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.}
MASSACHUSETTS—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

100
101
102
103

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants..
Total, merchandising companies.

104
105

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of Massachusetts..

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING N E T INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

3

I
38
447
121
104
108

49
531
207
219
169
1,175
4,882
1,427

$13,627,245
45,426,402
3,866,492
6,988,378
15,299,789

818 j

65,436,651 I

SI, 930,828
14,370,272
1,363,486
889,079
1,217,990

$33,292
274, 783
26,393
17,511
23,801

115
61

$1,872,687
1,542,271
615,278
4,020,856
3,134,451

$2,035,443
2'037 973
835,443
4,433,527
3,377,636

$162,756
495,702
220,165
412,671
243,185

19,771,655

375,780

357 I 11,185,543

12,720,022

1,534,479

141,974,420

66,227,261

1,227,840 ! 1,542 | 21,544,327
I 1,427 !
3,346

27,206,308
32,675

5,661,981
29,329

141,974,420

66,227,261

1,227,840

2,969

27,238,983

5,691,310

8,350 1,772,712,308 1,305,208,646

467,503,662

8,927,594

4,923 1153,413,973 181,500,346

28,086,373

3,340

208,201,681
'

6,309 I 3,340
13,273

85,208,306

$11,696,417
31,056,130
2,503,006
6,099,299
14,081,799 i

208,201,681

21,547,673

MICHIGAN.
!

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry.




$436,492
554,718
21,065
3,917,150
208 1

$359,180
378,749
18,825
2,973,049

$77,312
175,969
2,240
944,101

$1,481
3,167
45
18,882

4,929,425

3,729,803

1,199,622

23,575

$206,179
444,503
24,036
1,069,699
137

$301,456
554,715
58,994
1,692,785

$95,277
110;212
34,958
623,086

1,744,417

2,607,950

863,533

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Extraction of minerals:
Coal m i n e s . . . . . . . . . . . . ^ . . . . . .
...
C jpper mines.
Gold and silver and precious metals.
Iron mines.
Lead and zinc mines....
Quarries.
Oil, gas, and salt wells
Allother
Total, extraction of minerals..

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred prc ducts—
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products
Bread and bakery products.
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
~
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
........
Total, food and kindred products.
Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton g?ods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods.
Men;s clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings..
Allother....
Total, textiles and their products.

35
36

iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills..
Voundry and machine shops
To




iron and steel products..

2,323,060
27,265,381

2,074,022 i
249,038
16,090,737 | 11,174,644

763,308
968,964
24,173
,034,397
3,750
255,180
72,528
266,650

4,081
223,493

789,335
1,318,611
41,362
3,184,f29
12,249
279,029
81,073
331,139

26,027
349,647
17,189
150,232
8,499
23,849
8,545
64,489

5,388,950

6,037,427

048,477

1,060,250

911,959

148,291

3,015

241,227
1,518,097
1,124,084

154,982 J
1,162,651
1,018,682 i

86,245
355,446
105,402

1,725
7,107
2,107

102

33,532,099

21,413,033 I

12,119,066 \

144

4,923,741

4,340,246

583,495 j

12,000

827,831

888,568

60,737

33

923,027

795,151

127,876 !

2,481

113,183

135,776 !

22,593

665,987
2,890,729
54,991
4,015,204

507,665
2,393,090
47,771
3,394,645

158,322
497,639 I
7,220 |
620,559

3,116
9,954
145
11,590

66,488
224,374

106,296 1
255,013

39,80^
30,639

543,455 |

568,915

*25," 460

72,580
10,469,246
1,093,786
14,827,234

38,419
5,527,799
983,671
12,949,058

34,161 |
4,941,447 1
110,115 !
1,878,176 !

642
64,981
2,204
37,395

39,936,525

30,977,515

8,859,010 I

144,508 1

22

164,800
6,701
3,587,751

110,742
6,700
2,786,663

54.058
' 1
801,088

1,082
1
15,391

10
13
25
19
20

610,507
1,605,969 I
1,758,025 j
2,896,293 1
536,087 I

424,907
1,263,261
1,526,290
2,262,526
367,531

185,600
342,708
231,735
633,767
168,556

3,518
6,604
4,715
12,485
3,374

117 !

11,166,133 |

8,748,620

2,417,513

47,170

51
12,625,068 j 10,392,103
62;
91,208,694 ( 67,064,384
485 ! 369
547 ! 420 103,833,762 | 77,456,487

2,232,965
24,144,310

43,054
468,579

26,377,275

511,633

347

240 j

241,528

1

60

2 I
15 I

32,527 j
444,242 j

56,290
669,830

107 i 2,252,100 J 2,680,688 !

23,763
225,588

H

!!
m
5
H

428,588

4,586

4,586

12,891

17,569

4,678

172*582'

177,308

4,72'

46,734
54,170
581,878
332,092
308

52,723
72,019
686,789
380,840
1,715

5,989
17,849
104,911
4S,748

1,200,655

1,393,549 I

192,894

11
116

687,249
4,755,391

1,136,691
5,707,063

449,442
951,672

127

5,442,640

6,843,754

1,401,114

1
3 !
4

O
o

1,407

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to

(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.}
MICHIGAN—Continued.
Total
num-,
berof
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES

37 I
38
39

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments,

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET IN'COMK.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

$12,399,270
1,354,854
10,582,415

141
39
115

Gross
income.

$10,184,135
1,198,133
8,522,617

$2,215,135
156,721
2,059,798

Normal
tax.

$45,254
2,335
40,557

,

Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished.
Boots and shoes'.
All other
,

4,122,350
690,911
476,340

2,792,770 !
253,509
140,215

55,896
4,928
2,799

8,476,095

5,289,601

3,186,494

63,623

13,845,580
15,676,289
18,434,577

9,970,695
10,902,965
15,358,390

3,874,885
4,773,324
3,076,187

49 I $5,749,187
34 I 1,557,491
29
520,820

183

24,336,539 I

19,904,885 j

19 j
21 I
17 i

12
12
11

6,915,120
944,420
616,555

35

18
55
258

16
51
199
16

1,-293,739

1,055,018 |

238,721

4,776

5

352 I

282 j

49,250,185

37,287,068 I

11,963,117

238,222

70

1,792,002
14,732,523
442,631

1,702,023
12,075,760
393,053

89,979
2,656,763
49,578

1,800
52,603
992

363,431
59,618

16,967,156

14,170,836;

2,796,320

55,395

423,049

295

88,146 i

Gross
income.

57 I

Total, lumber and its manufactures

4,431,654

Number of
corporations.

112 i 7,827,498

76,963
95,391
61,092

Total
deductions.

$6,426,817
1,905,646 j
595,986 :

Deficit

$677,630
348,155
75,166

8,928,449 ; 1,100,951

81,232 | 131,624
866,163 j 1,076,111 !
175,896 j 186,338 i
22 i 1,123,291 I 1,394,073 j

50,392
209,948
10,442
270,782

Total, leather and finished products.
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing.
Liquors and beveragesDistilled.
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages.




65

56

11,401 j
22,901 !
1,054,182 i
1,026,381
! 1,550,666 | 1,674,434

11,500
27.801
123'. 768

358,814

12,805

2,934,457 j 3,110,331

175,874

346,009 I

377,418
62,544 j

13,987
2,926
16,913

o

o

I

60
51 ]

52 |
53 |
54 I
55 ]
56 |
57 I
58 ;

i
|

|
61 ;
62 •
63
64 •
;

Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Fertilizers.,................
Gas, illuminating and heat in;
Oils', and oil products.
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined..
Soap...
.....
All other
Total, chemicals and allied products....
Stone,clay, and glass products—
Stone—
Cement..
Marble and stone work...
ClayBrick and tile.
Pottery, terra cotta. fire clay, etc.
All other.
Glass and glass products.
....
Total, stone, clav, and glass products

!
65
66
67
6*
79
70 i

5,274,959
135,939
4,218,498
2,742,457

2,736,268
81,191
2,030,894
1,002,563

144,819
3,163
6,533
20,488 !

54,727 i
1,624 '
40,619 !
20.183 i

116,660
7,708
160,988
5,654
12,843
26,675

36,136 1
673,220

011,227
217,130
249,392
745,020

|
j
i
I
i
i

46,987
837,728 j

69.691
, 708
16,169
2,491
6,31!*
6;i87
10,851
164,50*

931,328 ! 1,215,243 j

2,366,434
169,003
498,694
763,435

\
. ...

1,988.960
146', 773
376,314
396,702

37^,474
22,235
122,380
366,733

7,550 I
446
2,448
7,318

369,744 i
198,791
33,541
29,232

448,683
200,912
50,160
30,017

78,939
2,151
16,619
785

128

Metais and metal products other than iron and a
Sme ters
6 j
Manufactures.
148
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles.
i 219
Carriages and wagons
........
............ j
19 I
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.}.
Ml other
I
2 i

1,775,641
34,880,591
305,357,249
2,813,951
1,086,072
1,103,008

880,967
22,976,035
173,074,791 !
1,514,641 I
857,591
711,210

894,674
11,904,556
132,282,458
1,299,310
228,481
• 391,798

17,893
237,473
2,604,692
25,979
4,570
5,877

17
10
24
11
6 i
7!
6i
61

5,598,852
2,825,498
3,990,973
3,244,281
7,795,637
940,631
2,696,622
2,586,996

4,823,815 i
2,425,357 |
2,673,044 1
2,252,897 I
7,001,733 !
667,605 :
2,111,432 !
1,906,418 |

775,037
400,141
1,317,929
991,384
793, P04
273,026
585,1P0
680,578

15,507
7,925
26,254
19,538
15,875
4,322
11,794
12,105

40 |
10

2,031,152
976,374
14,133,665

1,722,875 I
751,391
11,418,540

!
308,277 !
224,983 |
2,715,125 i

37,755,107

9,065,574 !

9,256,244 ! ll,140.9h8
131,600 j '118,271

Total, metals and metal products other than iron

and steel

73
74 '
75 i
76
77
78 j
79
SO I
81 !

Miscellaneous industrJ
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical m a c h i n e r y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, e t c . . . . . . . . . . .
Rubber goods
.....'....
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
.
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads,
tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
\./......'.........,
All other.

30 |
10
48
14

10
7
8
86
19 I
171 I

131 I

Total, miscellaneous industries
468 i 323 I 46,820,681
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,962 I 2,103
708,632,401




467,848,353 J 240,784,048

I
i

!
i
!
!
i
I
6,091 I
4,429 I
54,171 !
178,011 I
4,698,262 j

494,869 i
196,531 j
22,260 !

40

121,015
884,928
944,556
86,711
901,706

145 4,391,873

692,713 i
215,810 j
40,587 !

197,844
19,359
18,327

I 197,729 j
| 1,069,837 |
! 1,096,615 !
! 152,337 |
1,059,326 |

76,714
184, SOP
152,059
65,626
157,620

5,478,881 j 1,087,008

859 37,519,740 | 44,727,027 j 7,207,287

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to

(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
MICHIGAN—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

COBPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

G ross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
CO

89

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
Total public utilities.
Banks and insurance CDmpanies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks .
Trust campanies
Total banks.

H

$20,750,877
20,372,438
22,236,958
5,762,490
141,965

$15,65^024
1«, 340,791
17,829,481
4,019,043
116,724

$5,032,853
2,031,647
4,457,477
1,713,447
25,241

$101,477
40,305
89,002
34,269
483

$2,27», 066
271,426
4,067,513
1,159,930
28,270

$2,362,049
340,9 3
4,237,422
1,259,528
35,240

$83,983
69,557

4,030,057
1,047,202

80,543
21,016

258,564
512,499

315,549
555,145

56,985
42,646

8,576,268

9,105,916

529,648

678,036
389,315
38,601

733,610
448,659
56,465

105,574
59,344
17,864

1,105,952

1,288,734

182,782

1,79-, 521
1,527,557

2,036,050
1,559,603

298,529
32,046

4,498,949

4,509,888

10,939

256
106

212
85

29,056,506
5,370,0S9

25,026,449
4,322,887

551

426 I

103,741,323

85,343,399

18,397,924

367,095

100
500
10

92
480

8,870,356
33,703,476
2,177,693

6,618,837
18,767,092
1,568,527

2,251,519
14,93fi,3P4
609,166

44,933
299,730
12,183

610 '

580

44,751,525

26,954,456

17,797,069

356,846

6,811,730
1,864,582
201,654
1,578,954
105,662
3,683

5,288,933
1,705,289

1,522,797
159,293
201,654
133,702
56,779
3,683

30,456
3,1F6
4,095
2,674
1,136
74

Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)...
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allother
Total insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies




125

77
687

1,445,252
48,883

30

169,909
99,598
6,970

10,569,265

8,488,357

2,080,908

41,621

16

7,824,027

8,165,541

341,514

557320/790

35,442,813

19,877,977

398,467

46

8,929,979

9,454,275

524,296

:c

§
Q

O
11
=

3
o
o
g

100
101
102
103

Merchandising companies;
Department s t o r e s . . . . . .
Wholesale j o b b e r s . . . . . .
Real e s t a t e . . . . . . .
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants.,

17 !
304 i
475 '
116
66

3,833,970
30,871,101
23,625,899
6,226,713
8,129,873

3,123,436
20,464,155
12,169,605
5,139,667
7,148,306

710,534
10,406,946
11,456,294
1,087,046
981,567

13,941
201,591
228,706
21,607
20,112

3
52
151
52
23

978

72,687,556

48,015,169

24,642,387

485,957

281 j 5,151,332 j

2,885 | 2,101
1,169 | . . . . . . .

201,603,932

143,374,212

58,232,720

1,148,061

Total, miscellaneous companies

4,054

2,101

201,608,932

143,374,212

58,232,720

1,148,061

1,953

16,866,184 j 19,S13,976

2,947,792

Grand total for the State of Michigan.

1^823

6,362 1,180,450,526

805,196, 782

375,253,744

',362,945

3,46?

84,176,870 ! 97,969,398

13, 792,528

20
356
626 !
16S i
89

Total, merchandising companies..

1,259 j

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for..
105 j Corporations—inactive.

23,256
15, 749 J
1,587,453 ! 1,835,777
1,752,517 i 2,367,605
643,237 !
761,417
1,152,376 j 1,234,772
6,222,827

7,50?
248,324
615,088
118,180
82,396
1,071,495

104

784
1,169

16,865,005 i 19,706,842
1,179 I
107,134

2,841,837
105,955

m
H
>

MINNESOTA.
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry

54 i
33
14
63 !

!

$285,299
1,038,159
131,807
1,386,659

164

69

3,847,606

2,841,924

1,005,682

3
3
1
34
1
5
1
21

1,221,120
121,913
606,893
17,757,560
270,237
443,839
7,001
1,104,149

1,057,462
89,310
512,267
9,098,091
269,023
406,035
6,072
5,052,954

163,658 !
32,603 I
94,626 |
8,659,469 I
1,214 !
37,804 I
929 !
2,051,195 |

195 j

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, and milk
j 562
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits j
and vegetables)
\
14
Oleomargarine
I...
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills




M
Ul

$314,424
1,122,478
178,326
2,232,378

11
12
5
86
1
12
9
59

j

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals..
Iron mines
Load and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells.
All other
Total, extraction of minerals

I

15
14 !
!
34 !

$29,125 |
84,319 !
46,519 i
845,719

$583
1,490
930
16,850

39 ;
19 |

19,853

95 ! 4,479,845 | 5,073,850 |

3,274
651
1,893
173,008
24
753
19
41,019

27,532,712

16,491,214 |

11,041,498

220,641

419

15,552,792

14,568,993 j

983,799

19,171

11

507,585

101,641

2,033

351,747
123,171
7,419
1,558,386

6,835
2,430
148
191,100

1,451,867
1,512,646
104,195
36,058,727

405,944 |
1,100,120
1,384,475
96,776
26,500,341

$402,293
32,121
99,661
29 | 3,945,770

8
9
4
52

! $597,171
!
132,794
I
129,711
i 4,214,174

1194,878
100,673
30,050
268,404

H

o
o

594,005

! 1,328,167 ! 1,534,365
j '219,502 !
535,916
|
214,816 !
269,930
! 2,257,911 \ 3,405,600

206,198
316,414
55,114
1,147,689

137,855 |
159,324
163,966 i
329,169
535,004 | 1,027,983

2
o
o
B

21,469
165,203
492,979

126 | 4,857,221 j 7,262,287 j 2,405,066

143 i 3,659,746
3 |

47,222

53,101 j

78,628
5,879

12,952
344,491

1,144
35,710

8,079 | 1,086,418

278,339

11,808
308,781

22 I

3,738,374

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued,
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31 r 1916.j
MINNESOTA—Continued.
d

INDUSTRIES

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continues
Food and kindred products—Continued.
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products.

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

!
!
i
"
:
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i
!

IS I

Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Mats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
Allother

$340,981
861.554
1,291,555 j
1.424,569 !

|
i
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i
j
!
I
|.
I
]
„..;
|
j

Total, textiles and their products.
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills.
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products




553

1,106,471 I

46,820,166 j

2,470
175,004
78,098
407,008
1,931,077

I
!
t
!

165,156
57,279
244,547
1,195,365

I
!
!
I

223
9,848
20,819
162,461
735,712

12 |
5

1,113,057
784,226
149,166
630,753
108,802

[
!
I
!
[

963,210
545,189
131,774
552,880
260,010

j
I
I
j
i

149,847
239,037
17,392
77,873
148,792

41 j

5,679,661 |

4,117,657 I

1,562,004

I i
1

|

2 j

i

4 i

59

2,247 j

T

9
167

j

12,286,305 j

6
102

2,880,271
21,918,173

1,924,562 i
12,967,664 i

176

108 [

24,798,444

14,892,226 I

955,709 i
8,950,509 |
9,906,218 j

242,492 |

197
416
3,249
14,165

193 j 5,321,100 ; 5,926,161 \
85,429
fl,913 I

169,917 j
14,333 ;

84,488
2,420

5,342
36,090

!
i.
!
!

7,170
36,484

1.828
394

57,543 i

1,009

2,998 j

2 I

56,534 ;

4,591 !.
349 !
1,511 j
2,920

I.
1!
4I
5

''•.. ......J
61,843 i
63,187 S
75,091 j
95.858 I
33,847 \
56,054 I

30,400
18,783
177,561

605,061

IS i

366,089 i

500,546 j

1,344
20,767
22,207
134,457

82,477
92,461
65 ; 1,652,230 i 1,8

9.984
243,731

1,734,707 ! 1,988,422

253,715

00

37 I
38 !
S9 i

40 j
41
42

43 |
44
45
46 !

47
48
49

50

51 J
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills- ......
Furniture and fixtures.................. -...«-...,.
All other woodworking establishments,...
Total, lumber and its manufactures..
.,
leather and finished products—
i /father, tanned, curried, and finished
Hoots and shoes.
All other.....

Total, leather and finished products
Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp.
Manufactures of paper.
Printing and publishing...........................
Indu tries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)-- - ...-.-..*...
-.
Total, paper and printing,,
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled....................
Mated
Allother
Total, liquors and beverages,,..
Chemicals and allied products—
Chemr a s
/...............
Fertilizers.....................
Gas, illuminating and heating..
Oi s, and oil products.„........
Paints and varnishes..........
Patent medicines..............
Petroleum, refined
Soap
......
Ailother....
Total, chemicals and allied products.

59 !
60 !

......

^tone, clay, and glass products—
^toneCement
Marble and stone w o r k . . . . . .




26.840,426 ;
1,842,287 i
5,775,886 '

12,608,014 \
1,421,483 I
4,606,987 |

4,232,412 '
420,804
1,168,899

M.235
7,416
22,977

24,458,599

18,636,484

5,822,115

(14,628

360,171
4,082,472 .
627,876

251, 3b3
2,796,137
232,547 i

108,808
1,286,335 |
'335,32Q !

25, 706
6.624

2 ,

34,035

44,482 ;

10.44"

24

5,070,519

3,840,047

1, 730,472 i

31.506

2 !

34.035

44,482 |

IO,44T

15
140 !

1,904,564
2', 948,877
16;513.865 ,

I..{51,112 ,
1,993,099 I
13,612.376 .'

553,452
955,77*
90148u

317 VH

2..312

166

21,911,812 :

17,475.7*1

1,458,051

S5 079 i

2
33
7

146,107 1
14,718,042 !

10b,970
11,854,024

59 lJT

767
3o, 38 ^ |

42

15,181,560

12.245,00"'

7
2
2
7

466,024
56,411
77,262
2.904,792
'486,588
2.259.946

27 J, 020

79
30
48

59
24
40

157

123

4
12
10

4
12
8

26
5
17
181

544,506

12 I
215 j
2 1
39
9

9 i
3 1
4 i

16 I
2 !
22 !

317,411 I

51,191 j

304,011

M.0b"»>
19,103 '
55,262
54D

15! 100
2,95b, 333 '

57 oOfi

t J 47, R^i

19 i, 004

}Ci~) 217
1 112,065

1, 204/23

47 224*

320,950 j

69 i

49

6,623,164 j

5, 76*, 972

17 i

14
26

511,193 !
3,879,303 |

433,M
4
5M) 4 23

6,936,16s

6,749,280 '
149 820
3511494 ,

220,962
14,59f.
7a.80*

7.250.594

31i.42fi

33,962
J. 077.961

b

94 0^7

l n»),s n

i,211,S78

6
2

5!H 2bo
2o,loO

380,837
5 5 546

s

33^ 413

614 20 5

10, »5«»
6 174
25 257

52,<v47

i 103
) 7h4

(

13.99:
72.12::

KM) 033

19

42,502
15 1 »

2, HI
M 410

S71 379
1
7

100 100

20

2,835 192 '

r>, 227

ft,528,318
135,224
272,626

'2 ;
19.965
11 ; I.OOS'.M*

81
2 3 171
? 020
22,2 »6
279
1 218

M

». 717
746

4,035

b2,' 5%

19,074
7*,209
1 059,8b7
521,311

20 !
6
*

500
lob ibi

^46 703

l,0S7, 50'

111.S42
2 0

113,157

jb 5h4
240 5 b

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to

o

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
MINNESOTA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
cor- Numpora- ber of
tions | correport- poraing. tions.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Stone, clay, and glass products—Continued.
Ciay—
Brick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta,fireclay, etc
Allother
Glass and g.ass products

65

70

Total, stone, clay, and glass products
Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam raiircad, street cars, etc.)
All ether
Total, metals and metal products other than
iron and steel
i
Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
Allother
Total, miscellaneous industries.




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

Deficit.

H
19

!

63

$1,351,876

$285,477

$5,660

$161,7C0

106,213

89 I

$1,637,353

92,275

13,938

259

6,134,062

5,2:0,542

843,520

16,788

143,597 i
628/.. 06 !
5:5,738 '
25,601

2,873
12,232
1,051
512

935, 714
1,395, 0 2 i
40-), 951 |
116, 35.*
56

32

7.2, 117
766, 126
356, 213
90, 752

$200,970
10,0.0

$39,180
10,0.0

21,667

35,446

13,779

26

658,200 I

751,413

£3,213

9
11 I
2
2

154,287
132,767
4,036
1,249

211,772
182,177 I
10,265
11,548

!
I
|
j

-I-

57,485
49,410
6,229
10,299

232,339 |

415.762

123,423

107,052 I
10,944 |

134,013
12,920

26,161
1,976

28,467 j

39,9:0

11,483

2,857,050

2,005,208

831,842

16,668

8
15
9
4
8
5
2
37

391,670
1,960,919
237,763
514,091
687,251
396,689
29,840
1,565,919

375,2£0
1,599,323
186,594
447,493
513,099
319,682
26,775
I,494,9d5

16,3£0
361,i96
51,169
66,598
174,152
77,007
3,065
70,954

329
7,222
1,024
1,330
3,447
1,539
61
1,402

303,820

341,712

37,892

87
15
103

4,261,704
887,951
6,015,988

3,494,526
566,599
5,165,123

770,178
321,352
850,865

15,2^0
6,425
16,511

1,001,365
114,769
393,141

1,833,893
131,238
469,636

232,498
16,469
76,495

16,952,785

14,189,459 I

2,763,326

54,540

2,799,952 | 3,224,S28

424,976

293

209

84

O

o
o

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical in- ?
dustries....
1,936

Public utilities:
EJ ectric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban...
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
Allother........

I

2,180,359
43,426
70,400 ',4 35 1,407,858 i
371,427
7,411 !
7,678,424 I
153,568
343,190
6,864 I
759,210
15,184 j
478.520
9,526 :

231,776,842

85,476,157 |

19,818,839
14,776,567
1,545.606

14,186,384
11,196,413
963,336

5,632,455
3,580,154
582,270

112,442
71,352 ;
11,645

16 I

504,226
305,340 I

537,700
365,246

33,474
59,906

36,141,012 j

26,346,133

9,794,879

195,439 i

.s-l

M)9,566 |

902,946 j

93,380

^

3,387,486
11,806,943
100,058
758,925

2,802,684
10,954,211

584,802
S5->,732
100,058
88,712

1,236
143,670

O

105

Total, insurance companies

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale j o b b e r s . . . . . .
Real e s t a t e . .
Amusement companies.
Hotels and r e s t a u r a n t s . .

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
1
Corporations—inactive
*

Grand total for the State of Minnesota




397 j 317,252,999

. . . . . . j 1,239 j 1,155 j

Insurance c o m p a n i e s Life
Fire and marine ( s t o c k ) . . .
Fire and marine ( m u t u a l ) .
Casualty.
Fidelity and surety
Allother....
/....
.

Total, miscellaneous companies.

519 j

285 ! 269
946 ! 878
s: 8

Total, merchandising companies.
104

526 j 20,667,600 j 23,035,7£0 | 2,348,190

I

Grand total, banks and insurance companies
99
100
101
102
103

906,449

11,328,575
190,549,397
1,800,424
5,914', 919
3,878,977
7,854,309
3,086,549
7,363,692

i

Total, public utilities

93
94
95
96
97 j
98 |

45,993,580 |

61
70
13,508,934
38 j 20 260,919,832
17
2,171,851
30 j
13,593,343
j
7j
4,22^,167
6
j
4j
8,613,519
173
3,565,069
220
| 133 | 101 i 10,628,284

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust companies
Total, banks

1,410 | 188,774,127 j 142,780,547 |

i

47!

5 !
5
40
40
4 !

|

2,722 I

3,264', 592

670,213
500 j

2,222

64,375 j
1,708,212 ;

11,696
17,055
2,001
1,772

:
j
i
i

IS
9
6
1
47
32

261,882 I
316,542
1,024,875 ! 1,274,417
936)204 j 1,404,240
342,122 ;
473', 148
34,924
31,895 |
117,949
775,767 I

13 J, 371
958,773

54,660
249,542
468,036
131,026
3,029
12,422
183,006

122 j 3,490,694 \ 4,592,415 J 1,101,721

>

2
260,119
261,355
4 i 1,011,038 ! 1,154,708
7 !

12,683

15,401

2,718

40 i

107

94

16,056,134 I

14,427,608 j

1,628,526

32,564

1.°, . i. 2^3,840

1.431,464 !

147,624

1,346

1,249

52,197,146 I

40,773,741 j

11,423,405

228,003

97 i 2,093,4C6 '

2.33 i, 410 i

241,004

7,414,040
32,384.650
3,100,263
958,691
4,170,275

1.864,920
14,288,184
2', 316) 958
160,170
494,999

32,721
278,860
42,267
3,119
9,629

85.584
2,952'. 978
2', 196) 786
552,032
972,852

102,501
3,366,114
3,017,247
638,876
1,246,868

16,917
413,136
820,461
86.844
274,016

19,135,231

366,596 ! 347 6,760,232

8,371,606

1,611,37

9.922,748
215

13,790,391
41,107

3,867,643
40,892

26
340
432
68
101

I
23 I
287 !
233 !
40 I
37

9,278,960
46,68°,834
5,417,2^1
1,118,861
4,665,274

967

60 I

67,163,150

48,027,919 I

i
2,102 I

89,316,072

57,706,296 | 31,609,776

3,049
1,100

| 4,149 2,102

89,316,072

9,276 5,916

746,083,812

!
!
I
!
i

57,706,2?f> I 31,609,776 |
540,398,483 j 205,685,329

;
i
i
!

!

3
53
199
28
64

603,489 j 947
...! 1,100

9,92?, £63 13,831,498

3,908,535

4,0 3,243 I 3,360 I 52,271,961 64,481,856

603,489 j 2,047

12,209,895

to

TABLE 10a— COBPOBATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec 31, 1916.j

]
9

4

i
.

INDUSTRIES

..

Classification No. \

MISSISSIPPI.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber, not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry........

5

7
8
q
10

11
12

Extraction of minerals;
Coal mines
.. . .. ,.
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil gas and salt wells
A11 other
Total, extraction of minerals

n

14
15
16
17
18
10
20

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products-—
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetab.es)
..........
r
()lpnmar£ arine

Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spi^es.
Flour mills and grist mills .
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses.
,




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWINGr NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

S52S,574
23,382
1,361
29,657

$259 161
4,509
38
9,014

S4 777
98
1
181

1°

582,974

272,722

5,057

Normal
tax.

Gross
income.

Total i
deduc- ; Deiicii
tions.

._

H

•

8

1
12
1
2

£787,735
27,891
1,399
38,671

39

16

855,696

U

$305,451
6.412 :
15,723
137,667 ;

$128 478
5,355
8,093
33,709

^
w
^
^

23

589,618

765,253 !

175,635

^
/->.

i

1

2
3
6

$176 973
1,057
7,630
403,958

1,718

2,204 i

486

^

1

•--•••-

2
3

2
2

26,437
24,810

22.120
20; 665

4,317
4,145

46
83

1

18,279

19,736 |

1,457

6

4

51,247

42,785

8,462

129

2

19,997

21,940 j

1,943

33,120

26,215

6,905

138

6

24,457

27,467

12

5

369,202

362,143

7,059

141

7

180,915

240,178

2
2

2

2

l6i,634

13,450

78,576

23 058

423

2

2

6,609

5,479

1,130

23

3 Oil)
:

15,570 i

59,263

2,120

u^

21

n
23

Beet sugar _ . , . _ , ,

„.

.,.,..._...„.,.,.,.,.»

Confectionery and ice c r e a m * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Food preparations, all o t h e r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Total, focd.and kindred products, . . - , . - . . . . . , - .

32
33
34

Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cordage and twine
. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cott n goods .
Hats and c a p s . . . . . . . . . . ..
.............
Hcsiery and knit g D o d s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Silk and silk goods
............................
Woolen and worsted g o o d s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Men's c l o t h i n g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Women's ciotning
Men's and women's other furnishings.....
.....
All o t h e r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

35
36

l ron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills......
Foundry and machine s h o p s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

?A
26
?7
28
?9
30

Total, textiles and their products,.,

....... .

• • ' • • — -

4

147,567

107,793

39,774

796
1

18,008

32

16

658,132

580,206

77,926

1,521

16

236,830

13

10

43,394
2,861,027

34,292
2,428,639

9,102
432,388

7,299

3

15,821

1

37
38
39

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments.............

40

Leather and finished p r o d u c t s Leather, tanned, curried, and

Total, lumber and its manufactures,...
finished.....

......

2,487
66,880

39,038 ,

23,217

1

..............

* "i " * i

....... ...........T...........r.........

132,830

i22,679

10,151

203

2

2

119,010

96,261

22,749

17

14

3,156,261

2,681,871

474,390

I
!

455
8,139

3

15,821

39,038 i

23,217

j
14

9

429,547

352,7U

76,833

1,373

14

Total, iron and steel products

20,495 |
303,710

9

429,547

352,714

76,833

1,373

88
2
U

65
1
11

14,560,539
19,728
705,796

11.892,667
9,354
612,114

2.667.872
10,374
93,682

53,164
207
1,809

104

77

15,286,063

12,514,135

2,771,928

oo,180

51,001

57,221 •

6,220

51,001

57 221

6,220

23
1
3

3,503.638
19,151
158,012

3.b%,213
')1,997
166,370

27

3, D80, Ktt

3.911,582

150 460

167 332

.......
150,460

167,332 •

5

__

__

p

192,577
32,8i»>
S.32S
266 751

.......

BOOTS and shoos
42

\ 11 o t h e r . . - . , -

_ _ _

Total, leather and finished products
43
44
45
46

Paper and p r i n t i n g Paper and wood pulp.
..
....................
Manufactures of p a p e r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printing and publishing. .
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotvping, type
Founding, e t c . ) . . . , . . .
Total, paper and printing




!
1
16

1
0

677,534
205 573

171,264
181 785

f>06,270
23 788

10,125
455

-

17

10

883,107

353,049

530,058

10,580

7

...

:

16 87 <
>

16,872

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.

Classification No.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
MISSISSIPPI—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
uumber of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET'INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
72

47
48
49

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

59
60
81
62
63
04

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted
\11 other
. .
Total, liquors and beveragesChemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers...
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products .
Paints and varnishes
Patent medi2ines
Petroleum, refined.
Soap
All other .
Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stonework
ClayBrick and tile
Potterv, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clav, and glass products........




H
>

4

%9,Q Cl9£i

m, I39

$2,113

4

29,026

31,139

2,113

20

16

$385 556

$259.513

$126,043

20

16

385,556

259.513

126.043

2,522 |

2
8
1
37

2
7
1
22

42,940
876,452
20,112
1,748,699

36,847
595,473
12,839
1,573,529

6,093
280,979
7,273
175,170

122
4,597
145
3,516

1

6,054

18,265

12,211

15

978,594

1,086,444

107,850

16

12

838,002

674,150

163,852

3,278

4

64

44

3,526,205

2,892,838

633,367

11,658

1
2

2

4,579

2,580

1,999

40

5
1

3
1

50,143
32,111

40,872
19,882

9,271
12,229

9

6

86,833

63,334

23,499

$2,522

;; ;
131,425

147,564

16,139

20

1,116,073

1,252,273

136,200

1

5,839

0,149

310

185
245

2

31,046

31,657

till

470

3

36,885

37.806

921

O
W

o
o

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel— !
j
Smelters
...............
Manufactures.
Automobiles, motor ay cles, and bicycles.
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.).
......
All o t h o r . . . . . . .
..............
..........

65
66
67
68
69
70

174,795

90,232

84,563

1,690

T

Total, metals and metal products other than iron j
and ste i l . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
................
I

174,795

90,232

81,563

1,690 i

257,762

234,891

13,871

207 !

162,594

153,530

9,064 !

37,184

34,824

2,360 |

47

22

591,034

517,402

73,632 |

29

1,048,574

949,647

98,927 j

224

25,635,073

20,737,539

4,897,534

95,045

355,098
3,272,906
347,020
38,530
5,671

320,563
2,647,248
333,402
38,361
3,188

34,535
625,658
13,618
169
2,483

691
12,511
273
2
48

706,034 |
262,047 |
184,374
37,619
29,1C0

807,251 |
327,758 !
201, 785
4Q, 753
31', 557

101,217
65', 711
17,411
9,134
2,367

47,800
342,798

44,033
251,729

3,767
91,069

1,418

49,399 |
4,277 |

62,385 j
4,714 j

12,986
437

4,409,823

3,638,524

771,59

15,019

33

14 |

!

71 I
72 |
73 !

In I
78
79
80
81

I

Miscellaneous industries—
I
Tobacco
j
Agricultural implements.
|
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc..
'
Rubber goods
........ I
Fur goods
|
Shipbuilding
........................... j
Building construction
j
Construction: contracting (pavements, roads, tun- |
nels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)-- '
Engineering.......
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries..........................

82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

325

Public utilities:
I
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam.
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
...............
Waterworks
.
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other.
Total, public utilities.
Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust companies
Total, banks..




2 ;

23,920 !

27,900

3,980

1,476

246,457 |
3,765 I
193,691 !

267,604
4,191
204,911

21,147
426
11,220

1,912

467,833 |

504,606 j

36,773

182

90

57

34
236

34
222

1,623,739 I
3,694,746
350,400

1,078,799
2,220,709
223,081

544,940 i
1,474,037
127,319

10.900
29' 197
2,546

276

262

5,668,885

3,522,589

2,146,296 I

42,643 |

101

5,784,760

6,307,707

1,272,940 j 1,482,203

174,084 j

174,084 |

213,680 j

213,6

H

522,947

o
o
g
fed

209,263

39,596

39,596
to

TABLE 10a. -CORPORATION INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.}

Classification No.

MlSSISSIPPI—Continued.
Total

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME

num-

1NDUSTRIK8.

ber of
corporations
reporting.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions. Net income.

Gross
income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
I
20

93
94
95
96
Q7

98

09
JOO
101
102
103

104
105

Banks and insurance companies—Continued.
Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty.
Fidelity and surety .
All other
Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
.
,..,......
Wholesale jobbers....
Real estate
Vmusement comparies
Hotels and restaurants..
....
Total, merchandising companies
......
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
Drovided for
Corporations—inactive.
Total, miscellaneous companies.
Grand total for the State of Mississippi




H
>
4
2

2
1

14

11

#309,691
3,338

35,916

$13,574
14,222

«271
284

2
1

.$114,443
41,523

$153,343
41,832

-538,900
309

25,857

$323,265
17,560

10,059

202

3

3,464

4,342

878

a
DO

i

20

14

376,741

338,886

37,855

757

6

159,430

199 517

40,087

296

276

6,045,626

3,861,475

2,184,151

43,400

20

333,514

413,197

79,683

11
63
46
15
13

8
56
19
7
6

350,306
•2,323,749
72,895
103,817
290,919

274,129
1,564,825
12,478
87,222
248,185

76,177
758,924
30,417
16,595
42,734

1.524
14,758
609
333
854

3

7

62,556
202,301
107,005
62,271
119,430

73 258
225,275
309,740
01,045
126,918

10, 702
22,974
202,735
1,774
7,488

148

96

3,141,686

2,216,839

924,847

IS, 078

52

553,563

799,236

245,673

656
93

475

8,216,561

5,892,720

2,323,841

45,652

181
93

2,464,232

2,939,052
5,035

474,820
5,035

27
8

749

475

8,216,561

5,892,720

2,323,841

45,652

274

2,464,232

2,944,087

479,855

1,653

1,148

48,355,712

36,972,856

11,382,856

222,380

505

11,018,624

12,733,623

1,714,999

o

MISSOURI.
Agriculture and animal h u s b a n d r y :
Farming
Florists a n d fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest a n d lunlber not provided for elsewhere..
Total, agriculture and animal h u s b a n d r y .
E x t r a c t i o n of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction ol m i n e r a l s .
Manufacturing a n d mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s B u t t e r , cheese, and milk.
Canning, and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
a n d vegetables)
1
,
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering a n d meat packing, and meat products
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
H a t s a n d caps
,
Hosiery and k n i t goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings.
AH other
Total, textiles and their p r o d u c t s .




$488,896
1,435,082
917,298
4,452,731
7,294,0C7

55
62
14
38
169

$367,684
1,228,836
395.226
3,465.273
5,457,019 i

$121,212
206,246
522,072
987,458
1,836,988

$2,426
3,960
8.600
19,742
34,728

2,302,050
4,647
361,225

46,024
93
7,225

325

15,451,653
12,832
1,129,743

252

21,016,915
717,923
1,410,056
10,258,022
52,665,066

4,510,585
16,506,330
79,755
638,168
1,174,241
235,815
3,312,647^
6,945,375
40,919,916 | 11,745,150

88.914
1.427
23,485
65,640
232,808

3,805,443

3,538,398 |

267,045

11
1
14
23
10
113

764,339
175,873
4,939,252
9,756,725
1,416,195
16,446,316

513,060 |
138,981 I
3.413,432 |
8,699.380 i
1,133,340 j
11,683,620 |

251,279
36,892
1,525,820
1,057,345
282,855
4,762,696

5,026
738
30,373
21,004
5,435
90,349

3,350,305 I

877,728

1,168,605 j
33.639,121

309,620
9,371,280

247

5,147,432 !
1,236,745 |
30,908 i

4,317,277
376,646
5,462 !

58,555 i
2,890,947 !
1,909,212 !
1,890,672 I
1,698,573 |

18,952 i
879,787 I
462,558 I
586,191 I
2,038,511 |

172,081

374,502 |

25,142

59,691
40,324
7,377
271,321

67,909 !
45,142 I
15.235 !
313,629

8,218
4,818
7,858
42,308

417,350

511,581

94,231

11,229
6, 825
200,629

17
1
2
11

i

20

379
16,815
9,228
11,724
40,205

8,685,384 !

349,360 |

86,306
7,315
109

77,507
3,770,734
2,371,770
2,476,863
3,737,084
129

272

23,548,428

14,863,044

202,481
57', 085
33,130
7,402
651,529
75,932
457,095
629.313
2,113.9

120,305
131,534
46,730
53,555
78 j 1,312,458 | 1,513,087

9,464,709
1,613,391
36,370

163

3,101.926
62,536
55.869
10,501
3,293.233
348,886
2.116,041
2,418.613
11,410,605

£92,837
133,845
16,054
148,560
391,296

17,554

1,478,225
43,010,401

$274,391
685.173
66, 296
627,528
1,653.388 !

2,899,445
5,451
22,739
3,099
2,644,704
' 272,954
1,658.646
1,789,270
9,296,608

81

5,338

4,228,033

28
2
16
34
10
133

17,753,703
17,479
1,490,968

30

97
9
16
1
163
28
37
173
524

$1*1.554
551,328
50,242
478,968
1,262,092

4,147
114,632

i

34

6,482
119,798

134.372
693,115
127,417
107,768
1,188,952

Q

O

o
g

192,107
27,40fi
8.269

880,741

M

2,335
5,166

61,444
501.008
100,011
99.499

3

308.211

to
—7

TABLE 10a.- CORPORATION INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND T E R R I TORIE S- -Con tinued.

to
§£

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
MISSOURI—Continued.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal

tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
Zfi

Manufacturing and mechanical industriesIron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

H
>
38
281

L u m b e r and its m a n u f a c t u r e s Sawmills and planing mills
F u r n i t u r e and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments.
Total, lumber and its manufactures...
Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
All other
Total, leather and finished p r o d u c t s .
43 i
44 |
45
46

Paper and p r i n t i n g Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing
(engraving,_ stereotyping, and electrotyping,
t y p e founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing




$3,723,481
41,094,573

$3,197,005 |
13,635,630

$62,343
258,561

$354,756
2,936,506

$385,692 !
3,837,964 I

$30,936
901,458

309 j

Total, iron and steel p r o d u c t s .

$6,920,486 |
54,730,203 |
61,650,689

44,818,054

16,832,635

320.904

97 | 3,291,262

4,223,656 }

932,394

3,551,569
8,379,890

2,726,917
6,661,353

824,652
1,718,537

16,396
33,791

1,871,510
473,774
597,583

2,010,546
520,716
814,532

139,036
46,942
216,949

9,388,270

2,543,189

50,187

2,942,867

3,345,794 I

402,927

25
56
104
185 j

11,931,459 I

19 j
22
26 |

1,354,179
27,618,913
2,823,005

826,072
20,251,893
1,612,977

528,107
7,367,020
1,210,028

10,562
145,475
23,514

4
2
4

291,843
100,892
96,406

310,928
103,769
101,260

19,085
2,877
4,854

67

31,796,097

22,690,942

9,105,155

179,551

10

489,141

515,957

26,816

195,646
5,993,766
17,872,332

130,870 I
3,570,523 I
15,302,130

64, 776
2,429,243
2,570,202

1,296
48,052
49,224

8
81

207, 800
4,221, 178

231, 129 |
4,699, 730

23, 329
478,552

5

128 062

4 i
43
281

4
35
200

42

37

1, 930,139

1,647,222

282,917

5,659

370

276

25, 997,883

20, 650, 745

5,347,138

104,231

133,477!

94 j 4,557,040 j 5,064,336

415
5,
507,296

o
w
o
3
o
o

47 :
48 !
49

Liquors and beveragesDistilled
....
Halted
Allother

25 |
22 j

50
51 I
52 j
53 i
54 |
55 j
56
57
58

Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allother

35
3
3
10
20
35
3
5
47

8,440,482
156,944
70,384
3,458, 581
1,542, 207
3,815,417
613,432
1,166,202
3, 242,001

230 I

Stone, clay, and glass products —
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
(^ayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc. . -.
All other
/.
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products.

61
62
63
64

161 !

69
70

71 I
72 |

73 I
74
75
76
77
78

!
!
i
i
i




76,020
2,502

9 !
119,760
9 j 2.497,500
11
164,379

L84, 341
2. 772,382
'189,682

64, 581
274'. 882
25,303

4,026,543

78,522 I

29 I 2,781,639

3,146,405

364,766

4,287,114 t
44,596 I
20,121 j
2,149,550 '
316,529 !
1,355,805 !
432,236 !
412,314 |
879,709 i

85,711
893
401
42,991
6,239
27,116
8,644
8,246
17,512

18

9,897,974

21
24
52 |
io !
17
152

3.889.738 I
834,626 I

3,130,675 i
743,249 I

759,063 !
91,377 |

9!
3i
14 !

5,090,246 !
1,488,934 j
600,997 I
1.105.739 !

4,637,111 I
1,103,989 j
493,795 i
833,622 i

453,135 I
382,945 ;
107,202 j
272,117

98 : 13,008,280 j
10
50
20
19
9

Total, metals a n d metal products other t h a n iron
and steel
,
Miscellaneous i n d u s t r i e s Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical i n s t r u m e n t s , pianos, organs, etc
R u b b e r goods
F u r goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction

]

22,505,650

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel— |
Smelters
\
Manufactures
,,.-.,,.
j
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
'
Carriages and wagons
!
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc,)
j
All other

67

4,153,368
112,348
50,263
1,309,031
1,225,678
2,459,612
181,196
753,888
2,362,292

53
4
7
10
25
49
4
5
73

Total, chemicals and allied products...

59
60

24,360,762

3,901,439 l
125,104 j

23, 845, 721
515,041

28,387,305

Total, liquors and beverages.

27, 747,160
640,145

108
j
!
|

23
8 !
41 !
10 !
22 i

93

25
10
14
6

10,942,441 j

!

9,651,339 j
13,649,137
i 6,636/793 I 3,889.914 I
! 2,944,375 :
2,442,198 ]
! 1,493,718 ! 1,113,566 I
i 34,835,747 ! 25,313,363

59,559,770 j

42,410,380

23,949,783
318,070
8,093,255
313,712
410,387
215,503

17,575,073
297,156
5,528,105
218,758
310,587
141,051

1,409,888

i
!
!
;
i
!

1,172,404

2,065,839 j
3,997, 798
2,746,879
502,177
380,152
9,522,384

17,149,390

6,374,710
20,914
2.565,150 j
94,954
99,800
74,452 I
237,484 ;

I
i
:
'
!
'
j
i

4 |

{
54,548 I

131,314
17,432
63,908

26,685
17,432
9,360

5
14
1 |

386,475 I
106,621 !
66,416 j

407,029
125,529
75,971

20,554
18,90S
9, 555

358,612

41,837

1,179,795

144,331

8

137,469 I
139.653
431,540 i 502^ 246
!
25 I 471,754 I 531,059
5,151
1,264
3
36,805
33.161 !
35,325
3
24', 063 I
54 I 1,102,251 j 1,250,239

2,184
70.706

H

26

41,241 !

316,775 i

1,035,464

197,753

15,163 i
1,828 i
9,063 |
7,659
2,144
5,384 |

104,629

2! |

Q
59,305
887
3, 644
11,262
147,988

6 I 222,443 j 254,233
76,548
21 j 2,648,818 j 2,691,274 I
54,133 i
9,973 ', 19 i 204,576 ! 524,632 !
7,577 S 10 : 228,464 ! 258,911 '
189,202 i

31, 790
42,456
320, 056
30,447

337,433 j

56 j 3,304,301 j 3,729,050 j

424,749

127,389 i
419 !
49,937 I
1,900 ;
1,945 I
1,490 I

12 !
I
3
16 !

o
g

4,704 I

450,596 I
14,321 I
i!3,445

477,866 I
19,730 i
155,777 |

27,270
5,409
42,332

27,827 !
9,810 !

37,916 !
12,536 I

10,089
2,726

732,499 i

78,660

653,839

to

TABLE 10a.—COBPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
MISSOURI—Continued. "
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industries—Continued.
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads ;
tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering.
All other. .

82
83
84
85
86
87

Total, public utilities.

Total, banks




Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

and

15 |
181

$2,937,057 |
599,066 !
10,808,623 j

$2,535,480
498,562
8,970,398

$401,577 i
100,504 ;
1,838,225 i

393

49,055,344 I

37,247,574

11,807,770 !

233,292

2,772

1,941

Number of
corporations.

17,369
1,598
36,541

634

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

$3,933,292 | $4,375,731 I
300,628 ;
387,249 !
1,897,341 i 2,149,103 i
7,401,099

8,348,407 j

Deficit.

$442,439
86,621
251,762
947,308

mechanical

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
90 !
Savings banks and State banks
91 i
92
Trust companies

Number of
corporations.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

141
29
259

Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing
industries..

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

j
,
j
I
i
j

!
129 j
92
55 j
27
30 ? 16
11
7
18
13
21
2
275 ! 192
215 j 153
735

370,451,306

273,619,009

21,197,090
26,349,317
23,758,647
982,218
1,068,580
1,918,708
24,641,708
8,300,216

17,097,508
22,243,202
22,269,729
912,236
893,648
1,440,429
20,199,574
7,142,273

108,216,484

92,198,599 j

130 | 123 !
i 1,327 j1,268 ;
66
78 j 66

15,331,059
21,794,458
9^280482
9^280,482 j

11,586,512 !
14,646,565 I
6,077,272 !

; 1,535 1,457 |

46,405,999

32,310,349

96,832,297 j 1,896,921 I 831
4,099,582
4,106,115 i
1,488,918
69,982
174,932
478,279 i
4,442,134 !
1.157,943 j

SI,951
75,013
29,397
1,400
3,499
9,565
88,827
22,192

16,017,885 j

311,844

3,744,547
7,147,893
3,203,210
14,095,650 I

74,890 S
142,240 !
63,947 !
281,077

29,098,263

33,505,678

4,407,415

37
777,156 I
872,958 !
28 ! 2,815,246 j 3,688,816 !
14 !
692,195 !
840,051 |
4 i
154,787 j
256,375 i
5
332,645 j
386,211 i

95,802
873,570
147,85G
101,588
53,566

83 !
352,463 )
410,634 !
62 I 2,686,017
3,117,599 j

58,171
431,582

233 I 7,810,509

59 ;
12 i

193,322 !
415,169 !
597,556

9,572,644 j 1,762,135

253,700
484,835 !
818,815 i

1,206,047 j 1,557,350 j

60,378
221^259
351,303

c

tft

!
93 ;
94
95
96 !
97 |
98

Insurance companies--Life
Fire a n d marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other
*

It)
4
33
71 !
1 >

5
130 I

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
A musement companies
Hotels and restaurants

15,859
1,622
3,082
7, 985
6
260

4
2

1,429,45.'
2,258,23/

1.613,041
2, 356,275

183,586
98', 040

16 : 3.217. 412

3,695. 659
.

478,247

28,814

22 \ 6, 905,
102 : 7; 664, 975

59, 873

13.948,231 .'

12,505,901 j

1,442,330

60.354,230 ;

44,816,250 j

15,537,980 \

309.891 '

100

18,518,891
61,606,780
5,673,039
3,326,397
11,849,577 ;

14,051,333
40,401,135
4,098,118
2^896,085
10,616,639

j

4.467,558 >
21,205.645 !
1.574,921 !
'430,312 !
1,232,938 j

S2,708
404,681
31,480 .
8,606
24,086

4
401,495
66
1,375,051
235
1,932,395
77 : 1.603,525
2,232,386
42

72,063,310 ;

28,911,374 j

551,561

424

1,322 j

898

100,974,684 |

All other corporations of every description not else- j
where provided for
, 5.365 ! 3,655
Corportations—inactive
, 1, "10 \..\
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the Stale of Missouri

"i." 126," 456"
1,386 :
8,739 ,

793.032
81,099
154,089
399,389
308
14,413

108 |

55 j
418 I

Total, merchandising companies

105

11,193,065 ;
176,255

51
352 :
553 ; 318
165 ! 88 ;
131

Grand total, banks and insurance companies

104

11,986,097
257,354
154,089
1,525,845
1,694
23,152

1,665 ! 1,565 !

Total, insurance companies

99
100
101
102
103

12
2
33
55
1 i

!
I
j

271,173,554 ' 219,424,826 !
'
.
'
i

7,075 ! 3,655
14,262 I 8,901

271,173,554 ; 219,424,626 |
971,129,331 j 748,498,729

8,111,149 I 9,222,325 ! 1,111,176

I
'
!
,

531,402 \
1.967,785 :
2,593,107 i
1.865,449
2.336,604 i

7,544.852 i 9. 294, 347

129,907
592,734
660,712
261.924
104,218
1,749,495

51,748,928 : 1.009.964 '. .1.710 : 54.406,243 ! 61,764.265 ' 7.358.022
t
1,710
' 5 1 2 : 106,948 ! '106,436
51,748,928 ! 1.009,964
222,630.602

3,420

54,406,755 j 61,^71,213 , 7,464,458

4,347,717 ! o, 361 117,530,228 j 136,530,200 | 18,999,972

MONTANA.
I Agriculture and animal husbandry:
1 I
Farming
.*
2 j
Florists and fruit growers,
3 I
Stock raising
4!
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

|
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
I Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
j
Copper mines
!
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
Allother
Total, extraction of Minerals




j
j
i
I
'

a
o

:

75 I 49
7
12 j
167 | 107
14 I
8

| 268 j
|~~
I
j
19 !
I 27 j
30 !
!
1j
i
4!
I
4
I 25
I 118
j

228

$876,364 i
107,799 !

$510,379
90,229

4,103,720 !
572,100 I

2,648,293
512,657

$365,985
17,570 j
1,455,427 1
59,443 j

$6, 201
351
29,010
1,189
36,751

5,659,983 !

3,761,558

1,898,425

:

10
7 !
7 ;

401,926 I
1,988,564 i
1,127,702 i

378,125
1,620,351
896,321

23,801
368,213
231,381

1
1 !
4 ;

3,826,764 !

3,053,490

606 j

456

24 i

99,676 l
18,663,024 I

44,314
11,920,073

773,274
150
55,362
i, 742,951

15,465
3
1,104
134,856

54 I

26,108,262 ;

17,913,130

,195,132

163,877 |

460 !
7,363 !
4,626 I

26
60
6

§221,387
24,412 i
601,544 i
452,777

$274,076
52,658
900,886
477,279

1,300,120 I l,704,S
440,506 |
243,409 |
777^420 I
106 I

**i2* 852*j

72,879 !
358,225 I

487,120
459,310
951,369
2.548
8,000
111,412
201,548
872,693

$52,689
28,246
299,342
24,502
404,779
46,614
215,901
173,949
2,442
8,000
98,560
128,669
514,468

174 [ 1,905,397 \ 3,094,000 | 1,188,603

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

Jg

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
MONTANA—Continued.
! Total
num; ber, of
cor- Num- i
I pora- ; ber of j
I tions i cor- !
: report-' pora- \
:
ing. ; tions. ;

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsJ3
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (lish and oysters, fruits |
14
and vegetables)
*
.
15
Oleomargarine
16
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products
17
Bread and bakery products
•18 I
Coffee and spices.
'
19 i
Flour mills and gristmills
20 I
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and '
molasses
21 I
Beet sugar..
22 I
Confectionery and ice cream.
Food preparations, all other.
23 i
Total, food and kindred products...

28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Total, textiles and their products




Gross
income.

Total
! Normal
deductions. ! Net income.
tax.

INumi ber of
! cor) pora; tions.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

..
1
I
H

lu
i ,

$225,466
71,832

$206,859 I
64,349 j

$18,607
7,483

156,719
156,870

S2.197
29', 518

1,1.51,471

848,609

302,862

175, 6IS

143,277

$95,286

150 |
1,644
591

¥117,635

*22,349

1,366

$373

4,466

3,100

*9,'O44

10,535

32,341

238,916 j
186,388

1

|

5,041 |

1,491
8" 145

95,884
36;997

1,576,683

89,980
35,984 |

473,008

5,904 |
1,013 i

8,445 !

28

152,636

5, 892

23

532

5,869 !

2,049,691

Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs..
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods..
Silk and silk goods..
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings..
All other

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

532

188,276

35,640

j

132,881

125,964

6,917 i

55,713

61,444

5,731

'"39,"2i6"|

55," 068

*i5,'8*58

94,923

116,512

21,589

o
o

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling millsFoundry and machine shops

35
36

1 i
14 !

66,725 i
549,360 !

616,085 |

Total, iron and steel products..
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments..

37
38
39

Total, lumber and its manufactures...

10 i

2,091 124 i

j

Total, paper and printing
47 l
48 j
49 i

Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages....

i
i
!
!
I
;

Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers
(las, illuminating and heating.
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other
Total, chemicals and allied products.




23*876 !"

1'
1
1

1,735,112 j

2,123,577

16 !

14 000
196
] S 000

1
1
1

5,954
179,161

64
3,584
3,648

384, 888

2

7.656
72

3,577 !
388,465

7, 728

I

34,324

3,283

34,324

3,283

395,808

73,890

321,918 I

2

31,041
31,041
321,918

185,115

395,808

73,890

i
5

]

0M
>00

21,'

16,s00

"^ "96

Paper and printing—
j
Paper and wood pulp
!
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing
(engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping,
type founding, etc.)'. . ..
*

43
44
45
46

1,706,236 j

i

Total, leather and finished products...

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

430,970 ;

32^453*!

Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished.
Boots and shoes
All other

40
41
42

60,771 i
370,199 ;

P

24

GO

H
>

21i

37

CO

H

22

1 f 4o, -S24

412,414

33 '

3

3 '
14 '

6
25

1 909, 883

2

1H2,
nO8,
286,

1

701
156
703

3 057, 560

646,

524

M4 ( > "
112

2S,
t ) > 1 2h

2 4 4 , ^0t,

2

J,0S6 I

2\>\

Si)7

11 290

191,

23 j 412,414 |

161 ! .
.
,900 :
2
S29 '. 1
3

l

19,
)2 730

17, 113

26,676 !
4,552 j

1 25,283

41
40 9 "7

")<)' 714

494
1,395

31,228 [

3,673
2,272
5,945

;
3,070 i

j
4,441 !

1,371

2 38»

2 , 388 >

1,403 :
350

69,383
110,711

42,465

179

1
1

480,299

9 " , 121

IS",

174

3,642 !

:

100
5,558 i

o

in

6,380

454,879

23,003
2,280

J

189,962
110,243

36,085

6,380

1 -.1
56

448,499

100 :
6,929

1,371

5

o
o

TABLE 10a.- CORPORATION INCOME TAX

DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
MONTANA—Con tinued.
6

c

INDUSTRIES.

1

5

61
63
64

Total, stone, clav, and glass products
65
66
67
68
69

70

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactu res
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel

71
72
73
74
75
76
77

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
. .
Fur goods
Shipbuilding




CORPORATIONS SHOWINCi NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income. '

2
5

N

!

:

2
5

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Numb
f* o f !
porations. I

?JmaI
l a A.

Gross
income

-

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

TATIST

59
60

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Stone, clav, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
All other
Glass and glass products

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

#

$41,051
118,002

if 37,634
97,876

$3,417 '
20,126

$67
396

37 426

748

6

248 670

211 244

1

1

754

334

16

14

408,477

347,088

61,389

2
1

2
1
2

155,395
97,334

120,014
89,549

35,381 i
7,785 1

47,357

7,751 \

155

O

e

707
156

55,108

HH

2

420 ;

1,219

1
4

1

7,021

2

I

307, 837

256,920

2

6

• 16,940

16,940

9,919

320

320

320

320

372

39,919
.

34 863

29 991

4,872 !

151,511

98,760

52,751 !

i

!

98

4

836

5

50,917 I

1,018

1
1

i

Ul

O

8

*1

1

$7,021

9

1,128

1,500

1

260,799

260,799

g
O

78
79 ,
80 i
81

Building construction
Construction: contracting (pavements, roads, tun- :
nels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
;

Total, miscellaneous industries
(I rand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
"
;
82
83
84
85
86
87

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other

90
91
92

Total, b a n k s .

568,931 ;

536,988 |

31,943

467,559 I
326,823 i
3,022,295 |

427,159 I
311,975 !
2,307,221 j

40,400
14,848
715,074

4,571,982 j

3,712,094

859,888

3
23 :

•JL\
297 ;

32 ;
3 i
3:
3;
19 :

199 ; 15,711,868 ;
18 !
2!

9,061,747 •
2,216,260
644.843
69.182
775.826

\l,070.228 i 1,121,473 i
803 I
297
14,065

190,507
43,141
L21,124

208,738 I
43,363 !
133,154 j

51, 245
18,231
222
12,030

jl,086,927 j 1,769,027

82,100

J2,737,721 | 3,014,243

276,522

12,659,308 j

3,052,560

59,109 •

98

4,871,231
1,687,292 i
605,666
55,143
481,753

4,190,516 i
'528,968 !
39,177 I
14,039 j
294,073 1

83,787
10,579
784
274
5,881

:
i
!
i

14
1
2

42,755
319,170

831 i
6,338

36
15

186,289
1,347,094

143,534
997,924

189 !

!

8
3
6
27

71 i
58 ;

Total, public utilities
Banks and insurance companies:
RanksNational banks
Savings b a n k s and State banks
Trust companies

11
15
6
29

14,301,211

8,842,513

,458,693 i

108,474

125,354 !
403,263 i
117,902 {

38,455
185,317
20,362

32,943

;

86,899 i
217,946
97,540 =

130,892 i

97,949

30,972 ;
373,100

36.582 |
529,011 J

5,610
155,911

839,400 j 1.343.004

503.604

O

71
224
8

70 |
199 I

4,071,457
4,285.627 '
754,270

2,606,299
2,866,897
447,835

1,465,158 I
1.418.730 j
306,435 I

29,302
28,257
6.128

1
25
1

55,321
233.293
4.451

64,707
273.203
10,099

303

276

9,111,354

5,921,031

3,190.323 |

63,687 :

27

293,065 ;

348,009

9,386
39,910
5,648

93
94
95
96
97

Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies
99
100
101
102
103

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants..
Total, merchandising companies




3
3
1
35

2 :
2
1
32

686,116
185.894
8.
175.508 I

2

1

14,060

612,336
13/; 714
132,537
9,574

43,780 ;
48,180 !

8 I

S75
964
1

164,923 ;
62,485 j
153,364

42.971 i
4,486

171.507
62,485
157.652 I

45,326

90 ;

62,321 ;

54,944

~

_=_=_____;

Insurance companies—
Life
.1
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
AH other
*

JU,

6,584
4,288

16,995

44

38 j

1,061.586

922,161

139,425 |

2,785

426,098

453,965 |

27,867

1 347

314 |

10,172.940 |

6,843.192 |

3.329,748 i

66,472

719,163

801,974

82,811

9
87
113
30
24

1.570,693
5.418,790
2,644.841
935,317
1,577,658

1,145,850
3,889,345
1,249,395
791,802 !
1,364,350

424,843 !
1.529.445 I
1.395.446 !
143,515 I
213.308 I

8,383
30,201 i
27,826
2,864
4,199

24,642
89,122
264,989
314,894 !
520,942

33,304
112,114
389,246 !
335,810 I
633,868 |

263

12,147,299

8,440,742 i

3.706,557

73.473

10
96
173
57
35

371

i
i
!
!

1
9
60

108 |1,214,589 j 1.504,402 \

8, 722
22,992
124,257
20,916
112,926
289,813

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TABLE 10a. -CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.
'

g
as

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
MONTANA—Continued.

I!

INDUSTHLKS.

Total
number of
corpora: tions
reporting.

Grand total for the State of Montana

: Num-;

Number of

Gross
income.

porations.

104 ; All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
i
I provided for
; 1,191!
105 I Corporations—inactive
; 722 j
Total, miscellaneous companies.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOMK.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Total
deductions.

i
Total
! deductions.

Deficit.

! tions. i
:

908

$23,625,483

|
.515,686,294
j

;
$7,939,189 I
i

23,625,483 ;

3,613 i 2,019

15,686,294

7,939,189 I

107,727,07G |

1,913

74,146,767

33,580,309 :

.$155,176
,

'
283 $1,912,976 ?2,577,626;
3661,650
722 I
6,003
91,762 i
85,759

155,176 | 1,005
663,332

;

1,591

;

1,918,979 ; 2,669,388 |
10,635,369

750,409

14,131,910 j 3.496,541

1-3

O
_

NEBRASKA.
Q
O
Agricultural and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry

6
7:
8
9
10
11
12

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mine'
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells..
All other
Total, extraction of minerals.




34
14 !
39 :

8:
2
6

j
2 i

$389,571
210,513
649,120
279,038

!
i
:
i

$176,225
31,000
420,881
123,362

$2,976 I
620 !
8,419 !
2,468 |

11
6
16
2

$99,863
37, 734
140,395
1,036

$142,454 i
43,416 j
191,642
21,178

$42,591
682
247
142

1,528,242 |

751,468

14,483 |

35

279,028

398,690 j

119,662

3,198,441

94

$565, 796
241, 513
1,070, 001
402, 400
2,279,710 .

23 i
8 !
23 i
5
!

2,874,056

324,385

6,488 |

83,991

""'80,'322'

8,594 \
1,672 |
14,504 '

519
290

197,776
21,905 I
1,095,935
34

4,598,108 j

74

169,423
6,490
334,770

28,353
15,475
761,165

3,465,061

1,133,047

3 I

4,075 i
376 i
516 i

567 :
315 i
15,224

118,153 !
32,250 I
57,593 S

118,710 ;
33,852 ;
68,221 '

22,668 |

212,963 I

245,553

00/

602
628
32,590

g

13
14
15
IB
17

18

19
20
21
22
23

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
.
Butter, cheese, and milk
,
;
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and i
I
vegetables)
'
i
Oleomargarine..
j
!
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products.
Coffee and spices
I
Flour mills and gristmills.
i
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
j
molasses
Beet sugar
|
Confectionery and ice cream
|
Food preparations, all other
I

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Total, food and kindred products..
Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs...
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods.
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods.
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other

33

22

8

139,301 I
22,821 |

156,845 |
3S,367i

17,544
15,54(1
m
H

in
H
i—I

in

Total, textiles and. their products
Iron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

o

g

Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures
40
41 !
42 I

Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
Allother
Total, leather and finished products




to

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATE SAND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

00

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
NEBRASKA—Continued.

1

a

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

o
43
44
45
46

49

55
56
57
58

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
. . . .
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
All other
Total chemicals and allied products




1
5
76

5
54

$75,077
501,463
4,101,432

$45,020
337,244
3,655,282

330,057
164,219
446,150

$601
3,285
8,684

4

3,276,676

2,509,055

7H7. 621

15,352

86

64

7,954,648

6,546,601 |

1,408,047

27,922

99

288,615

318,317

29,702

14
5

10
3

2,838,216
14,044

2,321,707
13,142

516 503
902

9 418
18

4

414,967
59,405

524 315
59,639

109,348

19

Liquors and beveragesDistilled. .
Malted
All other

13

2,852,254

2,334,849

517,405

9,436

6

474,372

583,954

109,582

$288,6i5

$318,317

;••
$29,702

2
g

. . . .

22

III
Q

|

. .

Total, liquors and beverages
50
51
52
53
54

Number of
corporations.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

rn
Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing .
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and eleclrotyping, type
founding, etc )
Total, paper and printing

47

CORPOKATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

.

234

4

3

112,815

8
1
2
13
1

3
1
5

1,005,088
181,319
41,500
47,611

14

9

564,284

495,930 !

68,354

1,256

5

29,647

39,826

10,179

43

22

1,952,617

1,636,942 \

315,675

6,201

21

147,623

179,489

31,866

101,248
787,246
179,065 |
38,438
35,015

11,567

231

1

3,076

6,003

2,927

217,842
2,254
3.062
12,596

4,357
45
61
251

5

76,876

85,306

8,430

1

735
37,289

1,188
47,052
114

453
9,763
114

8
1

§

£

StoneCement.
Marble and stone work
("layBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
All other
Glass and glass products

. .

Total, stone, clay, and glass products

j

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures
.
. . . . .
•Vutomobiles motorcycles and bicycles
Carriages and wagons..
Gars (steam railroad, street cars, etc )
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than
iron and steel
Misoei 1 aneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements .
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber snoods
Fur goods 7
Shrnbui din*
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunne^s, river and harbor dredging, etc.")
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries

553,969
170,282

13,818
24, 211

277
482

4
5

59,456
46,450

81,540
66,884

22,084
20,434

2

155,103 :
52,701 !

109,081
50,421

46,022
2,280

921
46

7
1

251,025
8,366

264,507
10,849

13,482
2,483

17

970,084 |

883,753

86,331

1,726

17

365,297

423,780

58,483

7,675
19

10,370
29

2,695
10

3
8

11
3

i
I

567,787
194,493

13

:

i

j

34

•

2

1
9
6
2

24,621
213,259
709,969
23,176

15,311
158,207
500,547
22,128

9,310
55,052
209,422
1,048

186
1,100
3,988
21

3

3

31,122

23,664

7,458

149

24

21

1,002,147

719,857

282,290

5,444

3

7,694

10,399

2,705

5
6

2
3
4
2

41,096
128,685
57,548
93,516

35,598
121,188
50,271
81,247

5,498
7,497
7,277
12,269

110
150
147
245

3
3

45,785
16,329

49, 786
21,799

4,001
o, 470

4
2

16

10

599,016

475,655

123,361

2,467

126,260

142,081

15,821

28
6

2,166,702
124,518
2,414,152

2,070,470
88,131
2,079,393

96,232
36,387
334,759

1,924
728
6,642

12

49

16
3
36

13

470,352
67,296
150,270

522,982
92,310
188,250

52,630
25, 014
37,980

116

76

5,625,233

5,001,953

623,280

12,413

40

876,292

1,017,208

140,916

1
11 i

i

9

1

i

6"

a
o

g

•

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam . . . .
Railwavs electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
Total, public utilities




538

351

30,610,874

25,271,240

5,339,634

102,561

187

3,738,637

4,453,981

715,344

66
1
8

53
1
6

3,379,934
77,579
4,177,109

2,^93,457
36,090
3,526,207

686,477
41,489
651,202

13,678
830
13,024

13

153,931

202,548

48,617

2

39,775

48,539

8,764

8
1
275
60

8
1
221
48

270,802
72 076
15,923,499
1,356,798

118,220
68,216
13,592,441
1,155,585

152,582
3 860
2,331,058
201,213

3,053
77
46,592
3,987

54
12

241,043
59,120

274,289
68,183

33,246
9,063

419

338

25,258,097

21,190,216

4,067,881

81,241

81

493,869

593,559

99,690

_

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TABLE lOa.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

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o

[Income returned for the calendar 3-ear ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
NEBRASKA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
i num! ber of
i cor| pora| tions
' rep or ti ing.

Total, banks..

Total, merchandising companies




I

Normal
tax.

Total
deductions.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

Deficit.

H

194
799
15

$8,330,872
It', 292,829
445,750

$5,696,642
7,538,084
277,395

$2,634,230
3,754,745
168,355

$52,657
75,025
3,369

20,069,451

13,512,121

6,557,330

131,051

11
1
24
30
1

5,399,948
7,927
15,312
813,853
364,351

4,666,247
166

67

15
2
24
34
2

6,601,391

733,701
7,761
15,312
132,763
23,497

14,675
155
308
2.941
470

5,688,357

913,034 I

26,670,842 j

19,200,478

7,470,364 ;

149,600

$93,137 I
451,265 I
3,245
547,647

i

357,400
43,121
59
100,586

1,517,945
50,618

141,312
11,728

171,577

17,282
24

1.740,919

170,346

I I 2,017,634 ! 2,288,566

270,932

18,549

681,090 ;
340,854

S35,731
408,144
3,186
447,061

6 I

V

4
1,376,633 |
1 1
38,890
154,295
755

o
o

g

Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies

Gross
income.

1.008

200
841
16

Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine ( s t o c k ) . . .
Fire and marine ( m u t u a l ) .
Casualty
Fidelity a n d surety
Allother

I Merchandising companies:
99 !
Department stores
100 !
Wholesale jobbers
101 I
Real estate
102 !
Amusement companies.
103 I
Hotels and restaurants..

Number of
corporations.

I

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
90 i
91 I
Savings banks and State banks
92 j
Trust companies

93 !
94 :
95 I
96 ;
97
98 i

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

j l,

1,075
10
134
87
60
29

10
113
64
35
25

1,713,072
15,145,930
1,728,943
722,246
1,898,697

1,425,429
10,283,154
979,460 '
658,165
1.714,325 I

287,643 I
4,862,776 !
749,483 I
64,081
184,372

320

247

21,208,888

15,060,533

6,148,355 j

5,754
95,248 I
15,169 i
1,349
3,685
121,205

1,570,573

21 '
23
25
4:

;

533,239 i
185,501
367,903
84,439 i

645,300 !
265,841 i
390,066 ]
87,206 I

112,061
80,340
22,163
2,767

73 i 1,171,082 j 1,388,413 j

217,331

TABLE lOa.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX- DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.

fcO

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
NEVADA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

I Total
j num| ber of
I cor- Num-!
|p
pora- ber of'
1 tions I cor- I
ti
report-) pora- j
ing. | tions. j

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Num-1
ber of
cor- | Gross
pora- I income.
tions. |

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

_

?4
25
?6
91
28
39
30
31
S3
34

U
Hi

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
...
...
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps.
Hosiery and knit goods
....,-..,..
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
. .
.....
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings .
....
All other. . .

tH

!

Hi

j

O

1

ten
H-i

o
o
g

Total, textiles and their products

36

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shop
Total, iron and steel products

37
38
39

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures




1
1

1
1

2
2

2 I

Solo,237

$478,366

$36,871

$738

2

9 1

515,237

478,366

36.871

738

i

8793
14,069

81,060
61,218

$267
47,149

2

••

14,862

62,278

47,416

104
105

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive

1, 584
438

1, 241

34, 186, 324 |

Total, miscellaneous companies

2 022

1, 241

34, 186, 324

Grand total for the State of Nebraska.

4, 501

3,. 329

144., 812, 843 |

343
438

2 228, 384
1, 659

2, 949, 641 i
706

721, 257
10, 047

10, 832, 105

209, 732

23, 354, 219

10, 832, 105

209, 732

781

2, 230, 043

109, 069, 989

35, 742 854

701, 490

1,232

10, 143, 256

12, 330,109

2,186, 853

23, 354, 219

2 961, 347 i

731, 304

NEVADA.
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming...
P^lorists and fruit growers
Stock raising..
.
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
.Copper mines..
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil gas
All otherand salt wells
Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
:
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakerv Droducts
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products




14
2
35

6
1
26

$374,146
1,001
2,007,095

1290,958
733
1,472,760

$83,188
268
534,335

$1,664

8

10,687

9

$108,268
7,654
105,965

$147,039
8,104
134,115

$38,771
450
28,150

51

33

2,382, 242

1,764,451

617,791

12,356

18

221,887

289,258

67,371

1
13
82
1

4
5

300,950
107,999

222,885
88,748

78,065
19,251

i,562

1
887
24,061
9
77
3,606,761
1 ..

1,663
37,255
4,148,547
600

776
13,194
541,7S6
600

2
102

24

1,594,659

950,960

643,699

12,874

2
78

23,327
1,575,743

25,015
2,461,938

1,688
886,195

201

33

2,003,608

1,262,593

741,015

14,821

168

5,230,779

6,675,018

1,444,239

4

1

11,472

11,452

20

1

3

208,373

210,335

1,962

3
1

2
1

252,196
11,351

200,026
11,047

52,170
304

859
6

1

233,736

241,474

7, 73S

3

2

172,213

146,885

25,328

506

1

9,961

10,822

861

11

6

447,232

369,410

77,822

1,372

5

452,070

462,631

10,561

385

w
H

a

in

o 43
44
45
46

}U
00

Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished.
Boots and shoes
All other

2

1

6,509

6,000

509

10

1

1,818

2,798

980

Total, leather and finished products

40
41
42

2

1

6,509

6,000

509

10

1

1,818

2,798

980

1
12

1|

8,200
270,469

7,943
233,964

257 :
36,505 '

5
730

3

24,276

29,170

4,894

10

278,669

241,907

36,762

735

3

24,276

29,170

4,894

1

4,384

3,151

1,233

25

,
1
1

122.320
'270
1,125

129,943
5,459
1,125

7,623
5 189

2
1

1

4,384

3,151

1,233

25

3

123,715

136,527

12,812

1

132,073

134,866

2,793

H

1

7,239

11,212

3,973

o

569

Paper and printingPaper and wTood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing
(engraving, stereotyping, and eleetrotyping,
type founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing

47
48
49

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other

13

Liquors and beveragesDistilled... .
Malted
All other

1

. .

Total, liquors and beverages
.

.

. . .
2

. .

59
60
61
62
63
64

Total, stone, clav, and glass products




5,307

4,971

336

7

H
>

a
02

i

i

1

Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
Allother
Glass and glass products

1

CO

5,307 !

7

33G

4

1

1

1

8 502

8,497

5

1

22 851

11,375

11,476

2

31,353

19,872

11,481

3

154,828

162,163 !

Q

O

7,335

230

2

16,085

i

1

i5 516

4,971

1

1
i
231

i

!

—T
Co

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[rneorac returned for the calendar year ended Dee. 31, 1916.]
NEVADA—Continued.

Total :
INDUSTRIES.

| report-! pora! ing. ! tions.

1

<>')
<){j ]
67
US
(>9 '
70 ,

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles

i
i
i

|
I

!

81 I

Gross
income.

84.555 ;

Total
deductions.

$4,100 ;

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
cor- : Gross
pora- : income.
tions. j

Total
deductions.

Deficit,

3

$2,213 !

$455 I

o

('arriages and wagons^
.
*
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
A11 ot her

72

Total, metals and metal products other than
iron and steel
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79

i CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

num- I
ber of!
cor- | Nurapora- ber of
tioi
ons cor-

4,555

Total, miscellaneous industries




10,565

10,210

13,097

2, 213

355

7,329

$781

115 !

$4,917

10.740

10,740

$4,136

5,568

10,172 I

4,604

1,620

2,007 j

"'387

2,273
207,934

55

33

1,364
176,004

909
31,930

638 I

233,8

j

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical in- ;'
dustries
|

2,213 i

4,100 ;

o
o

Miscellaneous industriesTobacco.
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc.
Rubber goods
Fur goods.
Shipbuilding
j
Building construction
>
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tun- i
nels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
i
Engineering
I
All other
;

194,907

38,962

778

18,709

27,836 |

9', 127

1,322,684

204,431

3,905

790,278

885,616 i

95,338

1,527,115 |

IS i.

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
E xpress companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other

'

I
8
9I
1i

I

Total, public utilities

;

8j
1I
12
8
47

7
4

824,282
1,220,035

4
1

178,237
17,311
90,781
66,847 :

27

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and State banks.. Trust companies - ..'
'.....

2,397,493 I

1,860,885

30

1,189,346

Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
AH other

33,048 ;

33

99
100
101
102
103

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants

104

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere !
provided for
".

-

105 Corporations, inactive

214

135

55,270
' 24

0.392

3,969

4

111.578
23;931

115.985 !
46,662 ;

1.407
22'. 731

20 ;

596.721

683,122

86,401

5,423

. 406
373

584

824,166

365,180 '

,301

58}

30,796

37,453

1,231,928 1

5,129 i
370,3(19

861,619

102

1

12.560

16.609

. 106

3

13.141

17,193

4.931
21.750
2 4,914
1,440 i
118,205 i

062
22,
40,063
78,779
135, 510

13
312
15,119
77,339
17,305

171.270 1

281,358

110,088

554,808

818,877

162,069

\
1
10 .

103,247
90,161
84,161 I
299,781 !

37,263
19,747
10,333
26,364

207 |
526 I

671,060 I

46

910 j
505,966 \
4.207 i

6,657

577,353 j

93,707

1,873 \

:

1,214,451

3,879,437 |

2,664,986

3I
22 I

24,111

289

289

Total, miscellaneous companies

503

135

3,879,437 j

Grand total for the State of Nevada

939

318

14,092,883 !




10,676

140,510 i
109,911 I
94,494 I
326,145 ;

;
:

Total, merchandising companies..

536,608 :

I
i.
!
•
'

176,261
170,298 •
IS,621

42,582 ;

Grand total, banks and insurance companies....

534
3
268
142

910
450,696
4^183

370,431
109,074
44,658

9^534"

Total, insurance companies

4,119
5,610 i

26,714
153
13,407
7,089

151,523
17,158
77,374
59,758'

546,695
579,372
63,279

Total, banks

208.725
280'. .720

615,557
939,515

2,664,9S6 I
10,314,571

875
555,683

1,214,451 I

24,111

36S

3,778,312 I

75,148

621

on

23,378 I
840,255 j

7,579,762 j 9,671,820

I

4,019
4 0)9
,

_

£
*

22,503

284,572
2,092,058

to
-a
01

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

O)

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
NEW

Classification

$

1
2
4

INDUSTRIES.

7

s
q
10
11
12

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil gas and salt wrells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals

13
14
15

16
17
18
19
20

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
GO

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming....
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry

5

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

HAMPSHIRE.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
0 leomar garine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses




H

3
1
3

2
1
2

$1,566
10,184
3 279
94,581

$1,134
10,104
1 980
77^ 649

$432
80
1 299
16,932

$9
2
26
339

1

$894

$1,898

$1,004

I
5

7,116
90,263

7,269
224,982

153
134,719

10

109, 610

90,867

18, 743

376

7

98, 273

234,149

135,876

1

19,000

19,050

50

1

39,908

39, 908

10
17

1
5

4

111,821

102,134

9,687

193

2

5,100

5,100

9,687

193

4

58,908

64,058

5,150

42,978

1,108

22

3

89,770

90,821

1,051

1,805

1,029

21

1,731,756

60,829

1,217

2
4

111,821

102,134

5

2

44,086

2

2

2,834

1

1

1,792,585

8

1

3
O

CO

o
o
g

21
22
23

Beet sugar.
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other

1i
9

Total, food and kindred products
24
25
26
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

6 ;

32,863

32,341

522

1,872,368

1,808,880

63,488

10

;

1,270

3 \

89,770 ,

90,821

1,051

360,199

29,323

|

Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs
Cordage and t w i n e .
Cotton coods
TTat^ and cans
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
"Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other
-

!
7*
I
9

is
4
2

1
9

27 460,438
14 789
1,927,447

25 548 987
14 424
1,622,671

U
4
2

3,083,728
127,926
321,706

2,506,192
110, 786
277,278

1 911 451
365
304, 776
577,536
17,140
44 428

36 124
6 095

ii,462

1
4

330,876

337
736

6

5

643,397

550,624

92,773

1,808

1

22,534

32,027

9,493

w

47

42

33,579,431

30,630,962

2,948,469

56,569

5

353,410

392,226

38,816

^

;

38

si

6,427,640

4,392,046

2,035,594

40,488

7

181,538

230,629

49,091

3

:

Total, textiles and their products
35
36

1

38

31

6,427,640

4, 392,046

2,035, 594

40,488

181,538

230,629

49,091

W

;

i

6
31

8
5
20

685,302
454,524
1,836,618

616,350
390,042
1,654,375

68,952
64,482
182,243

1,380
1,235
3,350

3
1
11

421.633
110,588
428,778

474,476
130,595
502,927

52,843
20,027
74,149

^
«
%
O

.....,,..

Iron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shop
Total, iron and steel products

w

37
38
39

Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and
fixtures
.
All other woodworking establishments

i

48

33

2, 976,444

2,660,767

315,677

5,965

15

960,979

1,107,998

147,019

40
41
42

Leather and finished products—
Leather tanned curried and finished
Boots and shoes
All other

!
;

6
18
7

3
14
6

778,887
7,383.208
698,623

533,006
6.350,592
513.884

245,881
1,032,616
184,739

4,918
13,414
3,668

3
4
1

106,687
130,009
'527

119,572
136,564
594

12,885
6,555
67

Total, leather and finished products

!

31

23

8,860,718

7,397,482

1,463,236

28,000

S

237,223

256,730

19,507

4
17
21

4
17
17

380,525
4 903,904
965,581

265,728
3 209 613
890,693

114,797
1 694 291
74,888

2,296
33 719
1,420

4

96,899

97,698

799

42

38

6,250,010

4,366,034

1,883,976

37,435

4

96,899

97,698

799

Total, lumber and its manufactures

43
44
45
46

-

Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
i
Printing and publishing.
!
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
j
Total paper and printing




!

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]

i No.

NEW HAMPSHIRE—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

I

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

deductions, j Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Normal
tax.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
72

6
47
48
49

H

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other

3
1

Total, liquors and beverages
5!)
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

Chemicals and allied productsChemicals . .
. . .
.
Fertilizers
Gas illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined

. .

1

\ll other

60
61
(>3
64

.

iVFa-i'ble a n d stone work

(MayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra ootta. fire chiv etc
Ml other
.'. .
(; lass and glass products
Total, stone, clav, and glass products




1,372,452

41,637
643,633
137,505
6.891

:

£77,458
112

$1,085
2

1
1

$187,999
8.590

$188,251
8,796

$252
206

77,570

1,087

2

196,589

197,047

458

36,256
524 881
116,394

5,381
118 752
21,111

108
2,375
387

2

3,486

3,507

21

1

712

1,276

564

1
6,738

153

28,500
1,630
7,281

29,355
2,128
8,192

855
498
911

—

1

9

1

65,855

20

1C

895,521

2
4

3

7,147
57,380

6,105 '<
51,581

2

2

25,667

20,630

8

7

90,194

78,316

728,412

[

21,712

434

2

1,915

2,383

468

167,109

44,143 |

3

Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
Stone—
Cement.
.

3
1
5

1,150,022

o

•

$1,370,066
2,386

4

6

$1,447,524
2,498

4

4
2

3,313

10

43,524

46,841

3,317

1.042
5.799

21
116

1

702

2,860

2,158

5,037

101

11,S7S

238

702

2,860

2,158

n

Metals and metal products other than iron and steelsmeiters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other

847,200
39,396
76,494

Total, banks...




221,853

3,456

76,510
57, 737
195,157

9,843
40,368
113,588

197
808
2,177

21,236

12,260 I

34,502

'24,"483* f* ""27^742"

22,242
"3*259

4,261
656.061

2,730,228

1,884.871

845,357

16,540

232

66,095,666

56,061,459

10,034.207

194,361

59,576
226,903
66,928
78,597
10,364

1,845.108
765,112
956,937
47,985
138,143
65,936
66,557
4,894

844,297
1,007,404
191,375
11,591
88,760
992
12,040
5,470

6,052,601

3,890,672

1,600,909
828,610
237,661
2,667,180

2,689,405
1,772,516
1,148,312 !

136

25,501

7,712

1,372

12,848

26

62,244

6,229

85

Tol2*284'

36,743

425

5,022

*2*i68"345'

296

38,161

9,283

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies..
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
Total, public utilities.

741,237

59,397

Total, miscellaneous industries

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust companies

3,198
147
111

6,340

Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
Aejrictiltural implements
Electrical machinery
Musicial instruments, pianos, organs, etc
,
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
,
Engineering
A11 other

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries

208,929
7,352
5,572

86,353
98,105
308,745

Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel

638,271
32,044
70,922

963,090

12
1
3

105

16,790 |
I

6,229
19,210
233

29,359

2,420
233
4,025

2,226,736 ' 2,518,478

291,742

13,756
20,148
3,169
232
1,528
20
240
110

6 i 531.415 i 579.334
11 4.965,944 5, 598,837
98.342
3
109,910
14.606 ,
2
16,462
53,001
3
53,827

47.919
632,893
11,568
1,856
826

2,161,929

39,203

31

1.019,842
620,348
195,094

581,067
208.262
42,567

11,604
4,165
838

1,835,284

831,896

16,607

64

4
2

3,790
64,464

451
11.220

0,426,624

706, 739

40,733 !
32,937

48,531
34,436

7, 798
1.499

73,670 ,

82,967

3,339
53,238 :
5, 719,S

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX- DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

00

o

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

Classification No.

NEW HAMPSHIRE—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total

deductions.

Deficit.
CO

H
>

Banks and insurance companies—Continued.
Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other

93
0-1
95
96
97
98

1
11
14
1

Total, Insurance companies

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
.
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants

•
_

Total, merchandising companies
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for.
Corporations—inactive

104
105

'

Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of New Hampshire




$3,784 126
37.294
159,983

$3,384,689
147,128

$399,437
37,294
12.855

$7,989
746
257

1
1

$465.420
760,287

$543,007
763,887

$77,587
3,600

a

27

Grand total, banks and insurance companies
99
100
101
10?
103

10
14
1

25

3,981.403

3,531,817

449,586

8,992

2

1.225,707

1.306,894

81,187

106

101

6.648.583

5.367,101

1,281,482

25,599

5

1,299,377

1,389,861

90,484

5
23
24
21
22

4
23
19
13
14

247,710
1.336,943
139,714
303,637
871,146

193,572
932,276
99,910
275,940
725,086

54,138
404,667
39,804
27.697
146,060

968
7,962
796
553
2,921

95

73

2,899,150

2,226,784

672,366

318
76

223

3,085,047

2,401,737

683,310

394

223

1,052

748

3.085.047
85,002,478

1

207, 664

222.714

15.050

5
8

Is,616

8

5 965
123,182
193,154

136.129
200,592

9,645
12,947
7,438

13,200

22

529,965

575,045

45,080

13,007

95
76

571,552
95

677,522
2,975

105,970
2,880

2,401,737

683,310

13,007

171

571,647

680.497

108,850

70,140, 754

14,861,724

285,939

304

10,504, 791

11,888,712

1,383,921

9
o
g

Q

NEW

JERSEY.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
5 I
6 I
7!
8 i
9 I
10 I
11 !
12 !

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
(_' il, gas, and salt wells
All other

Total, extraction of minerals..
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
Butter, cheese, and milk.._..,
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
*
.
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit £.oods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other

Total, textiles and their products.




648;350
745,039
25,149
1,051,495
2,470,033

12G,481
158,883
2,785
231,630
519,779

2,529 i
3,269 !
55 j.
4,632 I
10,485 j

142,175 i
98,947 ;
60,l_72J
307,294 I

264,204
136,312

122,029
37,365

80,175
480,691

14,003
173,397

56

110,412 |
13,028 i

122,612 |
20,041 i
21,940
55,882

23,334 i
;
i
I
1

6,556
15,485
2,701
49,412
13,259
298,154
388,372

1,116,820

155,344

3,107 I

962,342 i
3,314,852 I
2,237,631 ;
1,255,071 i

2
2
1
12
2
20

2,805

39,950
19,444
2,868
767,511
37,303
1,127,068
2,014,673

1,272,164 !

!
6!
i !
24 !
79
_47j
170

20,529

46,506 I
34,929 I
5,569 i
816,923 !
50,562 i
1,425,222 i
2,403,045 |

722,742 j
3,150,531 I
1,801,546 I
1,105,710

239,600
164,321
436,085
149,361

4,791
3,286
8,732
2,977

131
309
54
932
265 i

'
!
!
!

72,435 |

56,565

15,870

17,443,596

16,178,759

5,043
_50,257_
399,201

341,161
1,318,995
231,482
2,112,113

93,125
3G2,339
103,565
611.779

66,638

6,804

162.943 !
2,142
822,385
699,981

220,114
6,699
890,410
751,861

57,171
4,557
68,025
51,880

131,675

183,434

51,759

59,8
11 i
2;

320,690 ;

253,117
2,522,902
20,115,359

I 248,036
I
950,656
[
127,917
! 1,500,334

318 |

33,622,355 i
23
16
121

"3," 723," 424':

28 I
196 I

53,655,873 \

3,470,307
4,672,697
33,540,514 I

3
3
47
15
20
159
22
12
11
29
82

2
3
34
12
16
141
20
8
6
21
65

1,008,737
751,047
12,280,137
3,769,045
6,503,236
29,649,011
25,289,356
557,650
652,172
2,739,007
21,193,223

692,547
346,513
8,515,723
3,222,578
5,425,846
23,962,324
17,021,250
251,704
584,982
2,409,169
13,000,211

328

104,392,621 I

75,432,847

38

44,285 ;

12
77
JM48J _ 2 1
7,895 | 124

12, 200
7,013
21,940
11, 597

316,190
404,534 |
3,764,414
546,467
1,077,390
5,686,687 i
8,268,106
305,946
67,190
329,838
8,193,012
28,959,774

55
H
Q
GO

3

O

o
15 !
12 I

75

410,332
462,584
2,751,876

6,324
8,091
66,982
9,485
19,250
113,152
158,743
6,118
1,306
6,219
159,318

17 I

554,988 !

75 | 3,479,158

487,179
522^848_
3,129,183

76,847
60,264
377,307

118,169 i

137,747

19,578

631,597
300,246
150,233
868,826 |
240,932 •
30,309
163,235
396,195
579,416

673,970
307,070
236,926
938,473
244,629
36,150
176,760
454,379
654,116

42,373
6,824
86,693
69,647
3,697
5,841
13-525
58,184
74,700

3,860,220

381,062

g

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to
00

to

[Tncome returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
NEW

JNDI'STRIKS.

Total
number of
cor, pora! lions
reporting.

JERSEY—Continued.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deduct ions. i Net income. ;

Gross

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOMK.

Normal

; NumI ber of

Total
deductions .

i pora: tions.

Deficit.

H
Manufacturing and mechanical industries -Continued
}d.
Iron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills.
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products

H
!

39
329

i 368

29
230

42 i

Manufactures of paper
,
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and elect rotyping, type
founding, e t c . ) . . . ,
Total, paper and printing.




57,037,668 '
30,705,413 !

90,910,237

37,743,081

1,831,476
1,383,118
2,908,797 >

1,411,597
991,994
2,330,423

419,879
391,124
578,374

76

6,123,391 i

4,734,014

38 !
12 I
23 !

,
i
\
j

0,214,228
2, 777,157
3,684,334!

6,209,858 !
2,331,823 j
2,440,570

Total, leather and finished products.
Paper and printing—
" Paper and wood pulp

$15,913,911
74,996,326

$139,219
598,285

10
99

$956,872 I $1,090,510 ;
15,298,717 16,528,393 |

$133,638
1,229,676

737,504 ! 109 ( 16,255,589 j 17,618,903 ; 1,363,314

I

Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
All other

:

259 j 128,653,318

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments..

40

122,951,579
105,701,739

15,675,719 j
3
59
159

2!
48 I
116 i

513,536 1
8,777,588 |
7* .585,590 i

10,982,251

360,490 1
(>, 382,647
6,529,560 I

8,328
7,823
11,312

15
4
21

1,389,377

27,463 j

40 ; 1,475,260 ! 1,726,706

3,004,370
445,334
1,243,764!

59,364
8,326
24,033

10
3

229,392
251,200
229,659 .

355,216
265,325 i
244,812!

125,821
14,125
15,153

4,693,468 j

91,723

20 :

710,251

865,353

155,102

153,046 1
2,394,941 !
1,056,030

3,061 :
!
1
47,545 ! 11
20,913
43

13 j

406,085 |

382,987 j

23,098

463 ;

234 !

173 | 17,282,799 j

13,655,684 |

3,627,115

71,982 !

6

510,208
268,099
696,953

625,584 278,501
822,621 ;

14,903
18,062
259,117 \ 677,136 •
1,046,542 I 1,133,649 I
138,488

61 j 1,469,050

115,376
10,402
125,66S

251,446

3,159
408,019
87 107

155,223

16,735

1,984,070 j

515,020

Tf.

47
48
49

Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other

19 I

181, 726 ;
18, 785,186 |
319,220 i

Us, 616
16,317,727
256,701

23,110
2,467,459
62,519 i

1/251

s

1.1.274
6IX,514
102,617

22,827
685,885
117,262

7,5o,3
67,371
14,645

57 |

Total, liquors and beverages..
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

26 !
li !
39 i

19,286,132 j

16,733,044 ;

2,553,088 ;

Is, 202 ,

I
S

736.405

825,974

89,569

25

847,681
64,748
39,119
29,079
30,416
8,521
7,984
9,948
537,224

303,944
21,922
7,191
10,19]
8,279
2,313
2,667
2,504
80,856

574, 720
1,

439,867

418,916
748,850
327,975
1,
711,900
229,310
1,333,277

161,95C
92,700
152,459
48,897
45,973
66,536

4, 201, 707 4, 770 228

568,521

3

Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating..
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other

12,427,840
38,346
264,227
218,849
5,194,500
262,072

7, 602,405
36,252
185,387
160,510

4,825,435 '
2,094
78,840 |
58,339 !

3,604,096
219,246

1,590,404 !
42,826 I

665,448
20,312,524

432,970
12,537,438

39,383,806 j

24,778,304

1,128,697
2,100,192

983,239
1,907,047

4,846,006
5,339,864
5,280,512
5,034,911

3,262,670
4,423,986
2, 646,852
4,216,684

213 I

23, 730,182

9
202
35
8
5
2

2,642,805
19,878,656
3,699,447

96 !

Total, chemicals and allied products

61
62
63
64

65
66
67
68
69
70

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
|
Cars Csteam railroad, street cars, etc.)
I
All other

Total, stone, clay, and glass products

20 !
50 |

71
72
73
74 j

75 I
76 i
77 |
78 i




;
5

4,648 I!
154.8S() I

1
1
:,'.)

543,737
42,826
31,928
18,888
22,137
6,208
5,317
7,444
456,368

288,530 .

84

1 13J,*53
,

12
19

256,960
656,150

i
I
I
1

2,901 !
3^856 !
i
31.515 :
17,778 I
52,674 '
14,384 !

20

I
,175,516
663, 003
183,337
,
1 266,741

17,440,478

6,289,704 !

123,108 I

73

1,937,221
13,285,229
2,044, 964
371, 796
634,732
140,151

705,584 i
6,593", 427 j
1,654,483
45,613
499,003
7,520

10,954 j
130,668 !
32,365 I
889 I
9,980 I
' 150

2
8,398
6,010
939,987
50 1,600,725 1,
14 [ 3,948,038 I 4,659,817 I
2
12,927 I
15,832 3
235, 722
368,645 !

27,919, 723

18,414,093

9,505,630 I

185,006 |

!
41
36
22
38

j

Total, metals and metal products other than
iron and steel
Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction

12
1,575 !
1.167 i
31,409 |
' 858 I

417,409
1,133,735
147,671

6 j
28 |

Stone, clay, and glass productsStone—
Cement
Marble and stone work. _
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc.
All other
Glass and glass products

59
60

!

261
I
!
i
\
I
i
'
,
!

190

16

11 i

1,794,384

49
24
72
6
16
125

ill
II

8,126,618
30,682,145
14,992,172
'120,697
29,649,723
3,980,438

12 |
85 '

232,478 i
',775; 086 I
14, 605,50?

145,458 I
193,145j
1,583,336
915,878
2,633,660
818,227

1.538,440 I
5,946,607
21,064,937
11,783,819
116,210
26.865,466
3,537.118

j
1
I
j
I
I

255,944
2,180,011
9.617,208
3,208,353
4.487
2,784,257
443,320

5,119 j
I
I
I
;
I

42,741
188,742 I
64,140 j
92
53,685
8,775 !

j

2
4
9

8
5
9

rr;

2,388
339, 262
711,779
2,905
132,923

5,803,422 I 6,992,679 j 1,189,257
141,644

187,167

917,897
373,391
3,836,541
145,235
10,250,957
1,399,285

1,017,160
489,835
4,211,598
146.766
10,300,276
1,556,659

45,523
i
!
i
i
'

99,263
116,444
375,057
1,531
49,319
157,374

to
OO

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES ANDTERRITORIE S-—Continued.

to

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
N E W JERSEY—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
nurai ber of
corporations
reporting.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industries—Continued.
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.).
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
Public- utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies.
All other

Total, banks..




Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Total

Gross
income.

deductions.

Deficit.

124

j

71

$6,069,134

$5,284,790

$784*, 344

$15,688

$2,895,060

$3,453,111

$558,051

16
301

11 i

212

273,743
30,517,449

256,733
21,038,774

17,010
9,478,675

336
182,644

85,691
2,717,132

97,495
3,015,143

11,804
298,011

749 |

498 j 126,206,503

97,432,894

28,773,609

561,962

22,762,833 j 24,475,210

1,712,377

562,310,067

404,054,360

158,255,707

3,089,669

60,780,404 I 67,823,24ef

7,042,842

24
15
79
9
19
117

36,547,663
40,201,633
21,177,292
2,457,242
5,086,058
402,876
1,495,963
7,059,547

25,880,770
30,122,430
18,154,916
1,643,876
3,458,881
367,713
749,599
3,595,061

10,666,893
10,079,203
3,022,376
813,366
1,627,177
35,163
746,364
3,464,486

213,342
201,277
60,448
16,248
33,321
701
14,751
68,767

356

114,428,274

83,973,246 j

30,455,028

8,855 j

199
36
108

182
33
105

12,532,219
3,262,447
16,530,244

9,391,735
2,277,512
12,024,061

3,140,484
984,935
4,506,183

61,995
19,699
91,315 I

343

320

32,324,910

23,693,308

8,631,602 j

2,928 | 2,051
103
22
35
22
109
11
32
155

Total, public utilities.
Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks Trust companies

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

173,009

877

756,503
840,273
908,546
691,210
336,942
79,056
87,784
1,119,377

836,906
970,862
1,091,939
803,053
396,379
80,684
94,261
1,364,208

133 i 4,818,691 ! 5,638,292 j

80,403
130,589
183,393
111,843
59,437
1,628
7,477
244,831
819,601

I
17 |
3!
3I

!
658,097 !
52,245 j
220,605 j

i
706,179
61,426 !,
290,070

48,082
9,181
69,465

23

930,947 | 1,057,675 j

126,728

Q
CO

a
o

g

Insurance companies—
Life
Fire a n d m a r i n e ( s t o c k ) . . .
Fire a n d m a r i n e ( m u t u a l ) .
Casualty

3 i 145,451,432 j 138.196,063
16,734,075
15,400,907 :
12 i
13 !
30,942 j .
'"s," 270," 947*1
19 !
3,798,813
310,889 !
206,280 |
5i

Fidelity and surety
Allother
Total, insurance companies.

100
101
102
103

Grand total, banks and insurance companies...
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Heal estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies.

104
105

All other corporations of every description n o t elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive

J
_

66

180,010

162,764

178,965

25

1,093,711

1,236,640

142,929

4,114,654
23,597,116
5,789,065
3,124,615
6,364,751

3,658,317
19,293,986
3,872,779
2,667,734
5;570,464

456,337 I
4,303,130 |
1,916,286 !
456,881 !
794,287 |

6,719
85,704
38,267
8,462
15,701

1
31
281
78
36

90,432
992,962
1,487,864
1,874,519
2,635,449

95,050
3,687,445
2,232,206
2,145,470
2,801,203

4,618
2.694,483
744,342
270,951
165,754

42,990,201

35,063,2

7,926,921

154,853

427

7,081,226

10,961,374

3 8 ',148
,

92,073,276 !

61,795,728 I

30,277,548 I

594,708

1,261
1,123

10,293,257
144

12,175.529
45,832

1,882,272
45,688

92,073,276 I

61,795,728 ;

30,277,548 j

594,708

2,384

10,293,401

12,221,361 | 1,927,960

22
174
667
162
97

21
143
386
84
61
695 I
2,163

157,074,197

' i"

9,777 5,750 1,015,845,736
NEW




16,135

353.049

G r a n d total for t h e State of N e w Jersey.

Total, extraction of minerals

6,365

9,251,954 !

4,547 I 2,163 !

Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver, and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
. . .
Oil gas and salt wells
All other

172,600

17,883,556 |

Total, miscellaneous companies

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
. . . .
Florists and fruit growers
Stoclr raising
. . . .
Forest, and lumber not provided for elsewhere

156,465
"'6*299

527,866
104,609

180,767,505 ]

166,326,151

52

372 j 198,651,061

3.421
1,12

140,107
26,663
620
10,556
2,094

16,201

397

1,122

7,255,369
1.333,168
30,942

770,138,825 I 245,706,911

4,819,514

8
a
w
H
M

o

4,027 85,875,061 100,473,717 I 14,598,656
9
o
o

MEXICO.

18
2
65
1

7
1
39

$62,773
1,700
1,538,436

$53,953
1,668
967,402

$8,820
32
571,034

$176
1
11,421

11
1
26
1

$85,408
800
358,948
3,272

$139,914
1,500
633,540
24,774

154 506
700
274 592
21,502

86

47

1,602,909

1,023,023

579,886

11,597

39

448,428

799,728

351,300

8
8
3
1

2
3

2,703,210
19,542,667

2,336,200
10,333,569

367,010
9,209,098

7,341
184,182

959,632
11,927
1,762
15 438

970,867
33,357
31,472
15.602

11,235
21,430
29,710
164

i

4
35
59

7

=Ji

""

6
5
3
1

2,544,904

1,968,432

576,472

11,530

4
28

920
125,045

24 502
357,936

23 582
232,891

24,790,781

14,638,201

10,152,580

203,053

47

1,114,724

1,433,736

319,012

to
00

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

00

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916 ]
N E W MEXICO—Continued.
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!

o

i I

INDUSTRIES.

1 !
% 1
O j

13
14
15
16
17
IS
19
20
21
22
23

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

1
!
i
'
;
;

Gross

Normal
tax.

d e d u c e s . ! Net income.

* ™

Number of
corporations .

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

w

\ Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
j
Food and kindred products—
i
Butter, cheese, and milk
1
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
1
and vegetables)
'
Oleomargarine
!
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
i
Bread and bakery products
!
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills
|
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
!
molasses
i
Heetsutar
!
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
;

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Total
number of
cor- Numpora- b e r of
tions
report- po°raing. tions.

Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other
Total, textiles and their products




H
>

2

2
2

1 :

2
1

2

7

6

83,262

. ..)
76,139

2

2

43,857 j

41,994

$8,985

$6,088

110,578

55,251

55,327

i
1,107

$10,746

S2; 157

6,474

88,589

i

82,897

3,289
Ul

!

1

972

1,156

184

L

19,993

22,406

j

:

144

a

i

5

37

1 863
I

16 |

246,682 i

11

179 ; 472

67,210

1,346

5

32,739

40,782

8,0-13

i
I
;
. i

1i
j

i

1

I..;....

!

I

1
)
i

i

!

1
--~

»

'

O

2,413

! '

7,i23

Ul

r=r^-...-r~-r-—•-

Iron and steel products
Blast furnaces, steelwork-, and rollin-.1 mills
Foundry and machine shops

35
36

1

Total, iron and steel products..
37
38
39

40
41
42

1 I

Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments..

79,014
79.014 I

7"), 479 I

\ Mo

75,479

3, 53")

Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and iinislud . .
Boots and shoes
All other

t>\ 113

57,304
2.I9\

7.731 :

9.929

2,!9\

138,623

143.712

5,089

3 096

208

3.096

57,304

9,929

2, XXS

68, 113 '

Total, lumber and its manufactures...

7.731

208

1,575

1,390

Total, leather and finished products
Paper and p r i n t i n g Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating 10 printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and elect rotyp ing, •
type founding, etc.)--

43
44
45
46

+7
48

!

53 ;
5-1

58

;

'hemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizer^.
(his, iJluminating and heating.
Oils, and oil products
Pn ints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allot h e r . . .
Total, chemicals and allied product^.




251,448

17,543

133.779

106.250

27,529

133,779

Total, liquors and beverages

251,448

268,991

Total, paper and printing.
Liquors and beverage.- ! istilled
Malted
All oilier

20s,991

352

106,250

27,529

........

138,623

..

i

00

TABLE 1 0 a . - CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to
oc
GC

Classification

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
NEW MEXICO—Continued.

59
60
61
62
63
64

65
67
68
69
70

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78

INDUSTRIES.

in^.

! dedans.

Normal
tax.

Not income.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

&
•
3

3

$35 787

&31 425

$4,362

187

3

3

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures..
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons .
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel




Number of
corporations.

H
>

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement .
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Potterv terra cotta fire clav etc
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos organs etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

35,787

31,425

4,362

87

02

o
Q
O

g
1

1
I
i

.
!

|
2

2

1

68,593

29,388

39,205

784

80
81

Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam. 1
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio conpanies
All other
Total, public utilities
Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks..
Trust companies

or:
H

Total, banks
Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock).
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty
Fidelity and surety..
Allother
"..

100
101
102
103

c
o

Total, insurance companies..
Grand total, banks and insurance companies. .. .\
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants.
Total, merchandising companies.




4.400 '
387

125,998

219,955
19,321
388
17,921

483,314

257,585 i

5,154 |

11 !
14
1
2 !
49

512,350
65,588
19,042
143,919

292,395
46,267
18,654

28

740,899

359

1 I
14
4:
2 i

1,947
110,351 '
74,103 :
39,885 s

6,714
120,939
80 287
40^ 754

4,767
10,588
6.184
' 869

21

226,286 !

248,6

22,408

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.

§

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
N E W MEXICO—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
i report! ing,
j
i
!
1

other corporations of every. description not elsewhere
p
idd f
p
319
provided for
t i i
Corporations—inactive
j 235

104
105

Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of New Mexico

i 554
; 979

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Num-1
ber of
cor- i
porations.

Gross
income.

I

Total, agriculture and animal husbandry

Total
deductions. i Net income.

207 i $ti,675.336 j

$3,933,082 '

Normal
tax.

$2,742,254

Num-1
i ber of
cor- •
pora- ;
tions. I

•154,613 ,

112
235

Toi al
deductions.

81,384,796 i $1,715,934
44 !
8,139

Deficit.

;

$331,138
8,095

207 i

6,675,336

3,933,C

2,742,254

54,613

347

1,384,840 ! 1.724,073

474 !

38,929,154 j

23,790,!

15,138,195

303,499

505

3.782,125 i 4.886.261 > 1,104.136

I

______

I
!
i
!

$2,467,073 i
981,402 \
42,506
511,267 ;

$43,496
18,892
851
10,227

13,790,594 I

4,002,248 I

73,466

NEW
j Agriculture and animal husbandry:
1 ;
Farming
2i
Florists and fruit growers
3;
Stock raising
4j
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

339 ; 233

YORK.

141
150
27
46

47
84
15

$7,427,089
8,519,410
224,509
1,621,834

I
,
i
i

364

153

! 17,792,842 |

38
30
19
10
6
15
67
88

j 26,429,912 I
288,036,044 I
i 10,744,319
i 4,424,303 j
55,794,196 j
1,511,563 !
10,306,125 (
42,721,408 !

$4,960,016
7,538;008
182,003
1,110,567

81,839.682 i 52.566,871
l,S6l',39S ! 2.168,584
244;614
456,086
1,470,987
1,934,938
211

;

5,416,681 j 7,126,479 '

S727.1K!)
307.186
211,472
463,951
709,798

j

8
9
10
11
12

| Extraction ot minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals...




57 |
64 j
52 !
22
12
37
122
235
601

273

24,247,339
139,354,290
8,115,747
3,083,341
12,302, 887
1,192,878
6,307,307
25,322,645

43,435
2,953,845 !
52,573
26,819
869,824
6,373
79,910
339,748

19
34
33
12
6
22
55
147

439,967,870 j 219,926,434 j 220,041,436 ! 4,372,527 \

328

2,182,573
148,681,754
2,628,572
1,340,962
43,491,309
318,685
3,998,818
17,398,763

!
i
|
I
!
;
j
j

3,911,148 i
4,142,295 :
758,672 '
•
1,740,425 i
629,989 '
495,702 '
497,744
4,851,983

4.475,731 •
;
564, 583
5,647,304 : 1,505, 009
;
1,443,305
684, 633
1,826,275 ;
85, 850
749,949 i
119, 960
619.579 !
123, 877
3,375^065 ; 2, 877, 321
7,104,638 ! 2, 252, 655

17,027,958 | 25.241,846 ! 8,213,888

o

13 :
14 \
:

15
16
17
18
19
20

'
i

!
!
|
;
21 !
22 '
23

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
;
Food and kindred products Butter, cheese, and milk
j
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and j
vegetables)
~
j
Oleomargarine
i
Slaughtering and meat packing and meat products.!
Bread and bakery products.
j
Coffee and spices...
;
Flour mills and gristmills
j
Sugar reiining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
".."
i
Beet sugar
j
Confectionery and ice cream
i
Food preparations, all other
!

j
i
!
i
|
j
I
|
j
>

163-

104 ;

60

122
9
87

26
88 :
5;
69

9,O72,S35 j .
4.816,144 I

7,235,688

1,139,106

363,211

8.213,064
'152,132
227,640
:
1,422,815
'122,105
i
! 1,624,473

120,914
78,761
18,892
132,134
50,251
380,031

l,S37, 147

4,000,917 !

815,227

15,976

10,415,933
79,879,511
141,758
15,583,989

8,076,832 •
72,516,427 !
122,092 i
12,784,408 :

2,339,101 I
7,363,084 I
19,666
2,799,581 !

46,773
109,398
394
54,527

2,792,150
73,371
6!
208,748
34 i 1,290,681
4 !
71,854
18 i 1.244,442

i
i
;

134,755,381 |

40,566,630 |

777,810

15 j 17,270,690 I 18,302,752

1,032,062

10,967,340
74,049,193

8,636,983
58,402,945

:

2,330,357 |
15,646,248 j

45,903
312,194 ,

66 I 5.134,200 ! 5,945,818
60
2.532,538 ' 3,086,084

811,618
553,546

970 !

;

175,322,011
79 '
145 >
116 I
176
647 ;

380,248,714

306,531,673 i

73,717,041 |

1,399,428 i

323 ; 34.394.5C9 \ 38,235,989

3,841,420

21
17
20 > '
103
181
189 '
70
209
55/,
32 S
255 !

Total, food and kindred products
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

.237:

17
15
lf;5
61
13X
112
53
154
386
21S
190

;

Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine...
Co* ton goods
Hats and caps
Hosierv and knit goods
Silk and silk goodWoolen and worst ed goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women s other iurnisinngs
All other
'

120,179
145,557
2>)0. 182
18.42S
103.507
2S2', 40s
73.942
91,901
98'747
17S.7S2
241', 668

110
t;5

8«;6,3()2. 772 ! 283,369,584

82,933.18S ;

1,555,664

572

14(5' 110
1,3t>9
y5;»

92.15(). IS.", ,
253, 752, t, I- .

12,859, 511 .

1,515 ; l,0:',0

Total, textiles mid their p r o d u c t

24,047,095
6,235,751 !
30,253,772
7,2s3,619 ,
30,695,914
11,111,560 '
7,387,929 ,
950,140 i
5,275,OS3 '
25,2 VT, 474
16.230.095 '
4^,947,527
8,296,949 ' 3. S3:,, 731
4,880,511
25,4 K), 379
f;
83,166,776 ' 5,."j.']7,'> ' 5
9.301,890
34,388,942
12; 490, <U:}
35,521,827

845.903.133 1 21S, 3-12,351

2,0M

1,509

30,
1
7
11,

s
.

30,
05,
12,
30'.
3s,
43.
18.

18, 8s2
25, 375
!.066, 368
] . 698, W0
' 989, 045 '
2.302. 185
726, 913
3.192, 970
5,928,
2.630, 476
2.133, 093

20, 731
26,279
1.205.410
1,936.676
1.171,251
2.971.382 I
830.900 i
3,450,449 I
6.646,793 !
3', 057'. 225 !
2.364,274 i

1,849
904
139,042
237,816
182,209
668,897
103,987
257,479
718,018
426,749
231,181

20.713.192

23.6S1.323 i 2,968,131

S3',\ 877

1.905,780
22. 51)6,001

35 !
36 j

37 |
38 |
39 !

Lumber and Us manufact ure> Sawniills and planing mi'ls
Furniture and fixi ures
All other woodworking establishments

Toial. iron a n d steel p r o d u c t s
,
j
!

-19, 7tf<), 974
i68.55L,377

127.560.7S2 , 2. 128,3.'. 1

24.471.781

29.074,07'

156
2()5
}
.M 1

179
229 '

S,()(';S.46O
17.302,00s
36,101.704

6.9* 1,261
14.953,741
2S.255,487

774 '

505

62,075,172

50,173,489

83 !
91 I
153 !

04
75 ;
J17 ;

45,958.714
21,3G5iO15
9,439,967

256 , 76,763,696
I-

O

o
o

2,085,459 j
179,729
26.0Ns',OfS : 4,422,617

;

Iron a n d *tee p r o d u c t s
Blast fur-wees. steelwork.-, a n d rolling milK
F o u n d r y a n d m a c h i n e ^hop.-

1

1,704,190
2 3icS,2(>7 ,
849,217

4,602,346

32, 439
45, 905
155, 277

59
S6
124

2,800,27?
2,630.318
5,397,791

3. 277, 026
238, 195
:i.
6, 255',519

4/0, 754
608, 111
857, 728

11, 901.'',83

233, 621

269

IO,82S\381

771, 040

1,942, 659

J 5,988,364
17,618,193
7,385,070

29, 970,350 j
746,822 1
2,054,897 !

597, 802 i
73, 543 I
39, 858 !

19
16
36

1,161,873
'415,138
872,390

1, 249, 761
482, 245
1, 043. 122

87, 888
67, 107
170, 732

40,991,627.

35, 772,069 '
•

711, 203 |

71 ' 2.449,401

2.775. 128

325, 727

j

Leather and finished p r o d u c t s Leather, tanned, curried, and finished.
Boots and shoes
.'
All other
To|al, leal her raid, finished product s,




,

j

ill

i

T o t a l , l u m b e r a n d its manufacture:-

CD
11
—

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

to
CD

to

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916. |
N E W YORK—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

43
44
45
46

Total
num- :
ber of;
I
cor- ! Num- i
pora- ber of
tions • cor- j
report-j pora- j
ing- ; lions. !

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Paper and p r i n t i n g 51
Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
418
Printing and publishing
1.699
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
.
*
*—
151
Total, paper and printing.
Liquors and b e v e r a g e s Distilled
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages
Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizers
< «as, illuminating and heating.
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allother
Total, chemicals and allied products




2,319
30
136
123
! 289
332
32
38
80
99
147
22
47
528

| 1,325

dross
income.

Total
deductions.

42
$29,657,994 I $17,916,514
348 ! 88,865,201 j 65,288,474
1,076 I 150,775,890 ; 131.265.484
102 I 14,624,601
12,533,377 ,
1
'
1,568 ! 283,923,686 | 227,003,849 >

24
105
71

59,961,859 !
62,779,232
7,509,993 !

51,677,990
53,254,935 ;
6.548,827 '

200 | 130,251,084 | 111,481,752 j
210
22
24
56
72
99
14
32
339

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

COKFORAT1ONS SHOWIJ

117,061,796
21,476,202
46,960,480
72,355,391
22,483,917
10,561,444
272,580,701
12,411,043
147,003,084

868 i 722,894,058

69,139,484
14,102,918
30,827,767
44,209,921 I
15,233,987 i
6,590,836 i
188,572,622
9,182,113
84,688,918 i
462,548,566

Net income. ;

$11,741,480
23,576,727
19.510.406
2,091,224 1
56,919,837

8,283,869 '
9,524.297
961,166
18,769,332

• Num- i
Cross
N ormal ber of;
cor- [ income.
Uix. " i poralions. ;

$205,066 '
•
464,495
372.233
41,781
1,083,575

Total
deductions.

9 ' $192,518
$572,546
70 i 6,379,082 ! 7,167,912
623 35.814.531 i 40.242.592
m
49 ; 1,281,913 ; 1,593,633 j

6.
245,858
31
7,983,777
52
1,148,204

361,652

89

260,345,492 j 5,133,167

*380,028
788,
788,830
4,428, Otil
311,720

751 ; 43,668,044 j 49,576,683 j 5,908,639
'

165,676
178,470
17,506

47,922,312
938,722
7,373,284
142,917
16,132,713 |
322,654
28,145,470 !
539,765
7,249,930 I
143,283
3,970,608 !
78,745
84,008,079 ! 1,680,161
3,228,930 i
59,362
62,314,166 | 1,227,558

Deficit.

122
10
14
24
27
48
8
15
189

277,682 !
8,508,300 j
1,373,432

9,377,839 i 10,159,414
2,439,820
307,673
277,238
129,540
489,321
426,350
62,910
173,438
3,143,180

I

31,824
524,523
225,228

781,57

3,823,583 i 1,383,763
418,643 ;
110,970
406,577
129,339
265,957 ; 136,417
566,777 I
77,456
523,460
97,110
208,369
145,459
234,,312
60,874
4,061,499
918.319

457 i 7,449,470 I 10,509,177

3,059,707

g
„

Stone, clay, and glass products
Stone-Cement
Marble a n d stone work
Clay —
Brick a n d tile
Pottery, terra eotfa, fire clay, e t c .
All other
"..'
(> lass and glass products

59
60
61
62 i
63
64 ;

67 i
68 !
69 j
70 !

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
SO
81

4.940,225
6,084, 135

2,546,472
928,610

:

91
21
22 i
114 '

59
19
13
76

5,466,628
4,546,317
756,290
12,176,928

4.879,117
3,746,271
663,476
9,360,631

587, 511
800,046
92,814
2,816,297

|

471 j

279!

37,445,635

29,673,855 j

7.771,780!

Metals a n d metal products other t h a n iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures
{
Automobiles, motorcycles, a n d bicycles
j
Carriages a n d wagons
'
.'
<*ars (steam railroad, street cars. etc.)
All other
j

49 \
680 i
162 |
55 j
17 \
16 |

62,970,825
87.790^517 ]
21, 493,092 I
2,839,684 ;
19,260,65!)
4.897,290

49, 328,350
50, 846,016 !
10, 665,046 ;

Total, stone, clay, and glass products

66

7,486,697
7,012,775

Total, metals and metal products other than iron j
and steel
I
979 j
=
Miscellaneous industries—
j
<"
Tobacco
177 ;
Agricultural implements
\
17 |
Electrical machinery
] 213 :
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
\ 143 \
R u b b e r goods
j 109 j
Fur goods
;
88
Shipbuilding
35 \
]
Building construction
i 757 '
Construction: contracting (pavements, roads, tun- j
j
nels, river a n d harbor dredging, etc.)
j 49S
Engineering
i 222
All other
j 1,244
Total, miscellaneous industries

451,572

10, 663,864
76,804 !

48,405
18,573
10, 749
15,872 I
1.850 |
56,223 |

433,734,711 ; 289,439,420,

144,295,291

32
2
9
38

151,672

192

854, 575
995, 041
202, 685

574,728
27,291
313,843
655,278 :
;

8,762
239
21, 536

213,

1,676.929 i
3,493,797 j

297,424
412.215

1,874,513 I
41,283 i
364,657 |
817,935 j

299,785
13,992
50,814
162,657

7,032,197 i 8,26(
8,269,114 ! 1,236,917

12
221

637 j 322,283,710
199,252,058 ! 123,031,652
2,295,838
!
29,131,681
582,605
109 [ 83,138,845 : 54,007,164
1,195,353
317,670
1,513,023
5,072
n
9,475,453 : 179,370
29,972,942
39,448,395
127
3,871,354
15,936,458
12,065,104 !
75,420
85 \
37,252,090
15,314,962 ! 301,000
65
21,937,128 :
8,902,039
3,111,879
58,864
68
5,790,160
!
17,325,518
175,925
8,529,279 '• 8,796,239
21
27,023,815
3,542,223
23,481,592
66,919 j
383
:
i
6,585,422
228 • 41,200,074 i 34,614,652
130,901 !
14.197.307 :
2,891,739
11,305,568
118
57, J94 I
147,' 797; 147
61,256,669
86; 540,478
763
1,218,22» i

j 3,503 : 1,978

1.379,505
3,081.552

175, 377
5, 488,126
70 ;
1,793, 688
21 i 3.608, 685

4
14

99, 053
86, 394

342

11,251,323

179,051
354,428 !
7,060,519 j 1,572,393
802.775
2,596,463 !
699,104
•l'. 307. 789 I
12,410
lli;463
190,519
276,913 !

14,707,57,

10,663,680 11,213,313
1,293,480
1,565,156
1,210,521
1,935,933
1,734,960 : 2, 204,843
1,597,020 ; 1,992,935
'487,636
538,998
1,083,729
1,318,071
16,967,112 19,317,650 I
'
!
i
270 22,500 158 2" 'HI, 105 j
104
\ 712 547
5 925, 255
VSL 1 > , 7 7 7 , »U± z\ )9S 52S

6
86
58
44
20
14
374

2,851,099 | 1 525

7>,02s 147

3, 456, 252
549,633
271,676
725,412
469,883
395,915
51,362
234.342
2,350,538
3,530,947
1,212,708
7,821,224

9 , ,11 7S7 | 17,613,640

(Jrand total, manufacturing and mechanical in- !
dustries
|14,553 , 9,507 3,161,826,371 2,218,808,224 ; 943,018,147 \ 18,205 S70 j 5 046 217,W> 1,294 291 tOl, i07 45,737,013
Public utilities:
Electric a n d gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, s t e a m . . .
Railways, electric, city a n d s u b u r b a n
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
Total, public utilities




|"
|
i
j
j
i
i

!

;

""" :"
394
198
138 f
296
215
41
370
981

j 2,633

r
301
133
81 I
225
164
32
281
618 i

272,853,572
931', 183,447 :
113,936,714
538,526,638!
8,259,352
168,992,974
210,841,605
80,090,609

207,105,150 i 65,748,422
760,041,841; 171,141,606
93,633,145
20,303,569
361,295,446. 177.231.192
6,265,356 i
1,993', 996
160,196,534 !
8,796,440
141,992,602 ! 68,849,003
63,219,943 1 16,870^666

1,835 12,324,684,911 |l,793,750,017 |

530,934,894

1,581,256
46,245,182
19,2-19,029
16,329,6 H
2,817,79/
197,791
3,151,181
14,556,896

H

997,508
4,135,668
2,233;188
2,695,157
i, 064,097
25,243
756,250
1,429,674

j 93,781,981 jlO7,118,766 | 13,336,785

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TABLE 10a. CORPORATION INCOME TAX-DISTRIBUTION OFINCOMESBY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dee. 31, 1910.j
N E W YORK—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies
Total, banks..
Insurance companies'—
Life
:
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other
'

Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising companies:
99
Department stores
100
Wholesale jobbers
101
Real estate
102
Amusement companies
103
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions

Gross
income.

515
241
144

490 I 1140,763,658 ;i
34,998,831
221
118,099,706 i
135

900

846

i Net income.

Normal
lax.

$87,015,425 I $53,748,233 j $1,073,895
c\On A
i\ 9^ 323! 834 i
OOl
OO A
100
OOP.
182,336 i
25,674, „„.
641,498 j
32,162,9813 |
85,936,723
r\t^n

293,862,195 ; 198,627,145

95,235,050

1,897,729

Number of
corporations.

20
9

Total
deduction^.

Gross
income.

$555,562
513,759
737,873

Deficit.

$652,433
$96,871
926,400 ! 412.641
1.126', 592 ! 388,719

54 ! 1,807,194 I 2,705,425

)8,231

=
!

8
3

29
115
70
52
8
2

434,088.661
?20,337,986
444,254 j
46,495,243 I
10,135,009
56,890 ;

j 312

276

711,558,043 i 654,453,922 j

35
134
70

m

1,212

417,411,492
189,219,464
191,937
39,456.984
8' 120^ 835
' 53,210

16,677,169 ! 333,213
630,518
31,118,522 |
5,046
252,317 !
7,038,259
140,765
2, 014; 174 : 40,285
3,680
74
57,104,121

6
19

8.753,931

1,122 1,005,420,238 j 853,081,067 j 152,339,171 | 3,047,630
71
1.223
700
546
413

39,088,567
164,986,874 i
22,558,625 j
44,128,369 !
74,744,077 j

32,377,146
113,401,988
16,857,679 !
37,670,496 !
66,829,541 I

6,711,421
51,584,886
5,700,946
6,457,873
7,914,536

120, 189
007,723
109, 214
120, 827
155, 596

i 4,266

2,953

345,506,512 j 267,136,850 j

78,369,662

1, 513, 549

9,221,929

10,723 i

13,158 I

27,021,810 j 28,150,971

1,149,901

j
: 85
j 1; 532
i 1,640
j 586
j 423

624,182 ! 690,450 j
17,632,974 j 18,225,434

467,998
2,435
1,129,161

90 28,829,004 j 30, 8£6,396 I 2,027,392
14
309
940
40
10

5,611,165
11,840,511
15,213,687
25,025,553
14,213,019

I 9,160,667 j
I 15,274,137
21,345,951
; 747,278
,
15,124,700

o

66,268
592,400

3,549,502
3,433,6:"
6,132,234
3,721,725
911,681

1,313 i 71,903,935 j 89,652,733 i 17,748,79

a
c

104

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
_
20,829 11,934 11,004,938,927
105 Corporations—inactive
.21,003 |ll, 934 1,004,938,927
Total, miscellaneous companies..
Grand total for the State of New fork

658,983,063 j 345,955,8
658,983,063

6,837,775
i

8}X95 197.551,082 247.657,724 50,106 612
1 7 4 : ' 96;313 ; '437;228 j
340,915

345,955,864 j 6,837,775 j 9,069 ,197,647,395 |248,094,952 j 50,447,557

44,632 27,777 8,300,137,671 0,025,476,249 2,274,661,422 | 44,464,771 16,855 J662,271,248 J801,492,479 |139,221,231
NORTH CAROLINA.

Agriculture a n d animal h u s b a n d r y :
Farming
Florists a n d fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest a n d l u m b e r n o t provided for elsewhere

$115,373
156,763
87,428
1,795,091

19
15
3
29
66

Total, agriculture and animal husbandry

32 i

$80,089
135.166
75,281
1,511,357

$35,284
21,597
12,147
283,734

1705 I
432 I
213 I
4,959 j

$52,671
13,040
1;
17 i 1,075,897

169,533
25,302 ;
3,688 '
1,208,530 j

$16,862
12,262
3,688
132,633

2,154,655 i

1,801,893 |

352,762

6,309

34

1,307,053

165,445

132, 616

2 652

E x t r a c t i o n of minerals:
Coal mines..
Copper mines
Cold and silver a n d precious metals
iron mines
Lead a n d zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas. a n d salt wells
Allother

718,025

684,794

33,231

665 '

'"26~i~365

209,'670

51,695

1,126,867

909,325

217,542

4,350 I

1,141,608

1.033"'

Total, extraction of minerals..

9,

7

147,477

Manufacturing a n d mechanical industries:
Food a n d k i n d r e d p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, a n d milk
Canning a n d preserving (fish a n d oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine..
Slaughtering a n d meat packing, and meat p r o d u c t s .
Bread a n d bakery products
Flour mills a n d gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) a n d
molasses
Beet ci">nrc>f
Confectionery a n d ice cream
Food preparations, all other
j
Total food a n d k i n d r e d products




!

11,861

7,291 '
8,068

16,376 !

9,085

S, 72.1 I

655

100,929 I

63,924
.
'

103

7,969

70,176 !
I

143,729 ;

11 I

6I

S
CO

54,081

134,100 i
I

>

128,982 ,

14,747

216

12,970 •

16,074

3,104

29

31,292 I

33,452 ;

3
o
o

g

2,160

4,464

3,047

1,417

1
6

1
4

3,650
o», 863

3,073
55,934

on
2, 929

2

S, 657

23,613

14, 956

53

45

1,395,097

1,176,928 :

218, 169

4 350

8

80.209

86,279

6, 070

5
6

2
2

26,406
176,590

22,142 j
155,115 j

4, 264
21, 475

85
429

4

54,629
21,365

65 259
22;,200

10, 630
835

88

62

1,808, 799

263, 578

5,180

26

209,122

246,877

37, 755

1,545,221

to
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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
NORTH

INDUSTRIES.

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32 \
33
34

1
Total
! number of
corporations
reporting.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
Allother
Total, textiles and their products

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

2
2 1
269 ! 252
59 ; 54
11 !
8
3
3
3 ;
2
17
13
j

Iron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills .
Foundry and machine shops

380 I

CAROLINA—Continued.

349

(iross
income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Total
: (ions.

$100,527
76,411,553

$72,054
57,893,596

8,381,115

6, 889,581

2,568,347
293,223
41,443
30,219
1,473,460

1.920,141
'250, 478
38, 816
22.998
;

$28,473
18,517,957
1,491,534

11
CO

$570
363,842 !
28,519 j

648,206
42,745
2,627
7,221
656,265

89,299,887 j 67,904,859 | 21,395,028

SI. 331.074

SI, 737,968

45,495

65, 763

20,268

i
I
J
!
I

1
3

624
29,254

2,831
32,672 ;

1
4

4,937
19,969 j

6,206
67,609

418,887 !

31

1,431,353 j

1,913,049

11,675
835
52
144
13,250

;

$406,894

;

2,207
3,418
1,269
47,640
481, 696

37 I

38 1
39 I

8
54 I

71,315
1,630,165 j

59,359
1,270,934

11,956
359,231

240 !
7,436 I

Total, iron and steel products..

35 i
36 I

62

1,701,480 !

1,330,293

371,187

7,676 I

Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments..

113
82

6,470,784 7,068,265 !
2,063,810

5,837,501
5,995,175
1,710,572

633,283
1,073,090
353,238

12,664 I
21,074 !
6,889

43
13
20

2,053,630
760,144
249,950

2,420,648 }
838,019 I
428,032 l

367,018
77,875
178,082

258 I

15,602,859 ;

13,543,248

2,059,611

40,627

76

3,063,724

3,686,699 i

622,975

Total, lumber and its manufactures




i

1
10

1,600
249,289

250,889 ;

H

1,986 >
279,385 ;

386
30,096

281,371 j

30,482

o
o

40
41
42 !

43
44 !
45 i
46;

47 j
48 !
!

50
51
52
53
54 ;
56 •

60 1
61
62 i
63 i
64

Leather andfinishedproducts—
Leather, tanned,
Boots and shoes. curried, and finished

307,073 I

Allother
Total, leather and finished products...
Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp...
Manufactures of paper..
Printing and publishing.
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other
Total liquors and beverages

95

• ",, 267

59,491

-1,224

540,799

276,817 I

5,537

55.267 '

59,491

4, 221

3,829,163 i
55,252
1,435,053

923,080 '
20,737 !
111,169 i

18,462
415
2,184

3,850 I
569,427 !

5,730
642,260

1,880
72,833

4, 752,243
75,989
1,546,222

50 |

41
15
10 !

5,319, 468

6. 374,414

2,341 [.

—

.

—

:

- • - .

•

•

•

•

,

1, 054, 986 j

1 i

33 j

1
27
14

1

4,025

4,414

389

21,061 |

39

577,302

652,404

75,102

17

109,487

. ..
133, 671

24,184

17

109,487

133.671

24,184

69,4u4 :
27,284 '
18,164
580,251
1,491
30,927

92,458
48^303
18,328
679,683
1,571
47.223

—

|

|

j

49 ;

Total, stone, clay, and glass products.

3,196

|
56

^ i

.-

159,805 !

!,
j

('hemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating.
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap.
All other
Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
(layBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta. fire clay, etc.
Allother
1
1
Glass and glass products




2 :
3 :
51

350, 738

•817, 616

2I
88 i

190, 061

510,543 j

678 1

1,202
558,217

524
433, 265

124, 952 |

13 i
2,337

559,419

433, 789

125, 630 1

2,350

17,657
374,982 :
45,762 I
1,293,117
310,066
135,326 ;

5,461
241,909 |
8,688 '
329', 228
47,057
12,294 !

110
4,386
176
6.062
905
194

23,118
616,891
54,450
1,622,345
357,123
147,620

i
I
!
I
!
,

830,846 i

256,140

1
14
1

!
|
I
j
•

22.994
21; 019
164
99.432

' so

16,296

4
22
34
2

5,123

4

40,175 ;

61,018

20, 843

63 I

3,652,393 j

2,751,616

900,777 '

16,956

31

767,756 ;

948,584

180, 828

2l

10,160 \
550,134 ;

4,970
470,163

5,190 I
79,971

104
1,600

2
13

9, 917
417,107

13,407
473,328

3.490
50;221

24 i

445,918
398,383 I

342,862 !
328,779

127,552

166,245

38,693

554,576 !

652,980 ;

98,404

9 {
2 '1

... J.
* 4i

66

41

214,101 j
1,618,696

.74,706 :

103,056
.69,604

168,923 I

45,178

1,315,697 !

302,999 ;

2,004
1,392

904
6,004

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX -DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
NORTH CAROLINA- -Continued.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

; Total |
I num- j
j ber of I

INDUSTRIES.

;

cor- I

; pora- ber of j
i tions cor! report- poraI ing. tions.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Num- J
ber of I Gross
cor- j
pora-| income.
tions.

Normal
tax.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
CO

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
;
Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—\
Smelters
I
Manufactures
!
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
|
Carriages and wagons
I
Cars (steam railroad, streetcars, etc.)
I
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
71 i
72 ;
73 !
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

7
3
19
3

32

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implemen ts
Electrical machinery
y
;
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
ubber goods
Fur goods.
oods

UI
4|

Shipbuilding
Buildi ng construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries

145,310
42,475
65,592
2,652

849
1,126
53

SI 1,530 i
202,350 I
96,573 j

$855
11,664 i
213, 900 i
121,054

866,483

156,029

2, 934

310,453 j

347,473 j

37,020

55,975,412 :
108,358
97,682
29,481

47,012,216
81,604
75,202
28,856

8,963,196
26,754
22,480
625

155,297 I

179,646

24,349

156

156

$237,578
265.387
481;691
37,856

j
I
!
!

7

117

333,930

7 I
4 I
48

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical in- i
dnstries
i 1,249




.1192,268
222,912
416,099
35,204

1,022,512 |

6
2
14 j

1,023,193 !
102,427 i
1,602,923 j

88 |

59,273,406 ,

179,264 i
536
450 !
13 i
i

4

1

$855
134
11,550
24,481

o

249,071

84,859

1,698 i

2

43,151

83,705

40, 554

969,625
94,652
1,372,222

53,568
7.775
230^ 701

1,072 !
157 !
4,410

6
4
12

63,958
17,142
161,247

89,153
23,649
182,497

25.195
6,507
21,250

9,389,958

187,600 I

29

440,795

558,806

118,011

7,770,724

9,481,405

1,710,681

49,883,448 j

181,731,521 , 145,434,921

36,296,600

714,812
—

...

294
j

—=r—.

O

3
o
o

83 i
84 i
85 j
86 I
87
88
89

uhhc utilities:
Klectric and gas lighting and powr oin pan it
Railroads, steam
v
'airways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies.
All ot h e r . .
".
Total, public utilities
Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks

Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies
Total, b a n k s .

93

!

94 I
95
96
97
98

j
!
;
'

142 I
111 !

;

99
100
101
102
163

Total, merchandising companies

394 j

258 {

82 •

,
'
78 :

59,407,284 j

1,577.305
U.082,048 •
243,519 '
6,651 i
80,703 :

668,803
754,878 ;
45,951,412 •

3. 516, 747 |

2.339,931

362 |
37 j

4, 763,501 ;
1.048,308 j

|

5C3 j

477

9,328,556

6,313,392

9 1
111
4 i
5 I

7
9 :
4 !
4 :

13,455,872 j

268,289 ;

3,352,514
1,066,053
5,102
23,512

j
i
i
!

3,015,164
347,190 j
124,568 I
5,102
5,217 i

3.005,324
941,485
18,295

24 :

4,447, 181

3,965, 104 1

532

501 :

13,775 737

10,278, 496 |

15

47
34

366,872 ;
396,760 '
231,906
56,696 ;
89,863 |

569 535
529.930
.'535,595
64,129
119,022

47,557 I
154; 515

51,777
216,361 |

202.663
133.170
103,689
7, 433
29,159

4,220
61,846

136 i 1,344,169 I 1,886,349 j

29,975
6,579

4
21
1

60,015 ,

26 !

23, -161

161,101
56,802
2,838

70,612
10,023
18

143,088 j

223,741 ;

80,653

521,687 ;
99,693 |

6,945
2,490
102
104

46,779 i
2,820 i

563,501
108,754 ;

1,814
9,061

93,4X9 •

482 077

9,641

5 j

621,380 1

673, 888

t\9,656

31 I

764, 468 i

897, 629

133,161

Ul
H

H

52,508

241

3.497

A

o

i

|

14
219
140
56
39

10 !
198
85
25
26

318,697
5,593,017
943,740
255,108
1,221,707

232,754
3.527,362
731,014
232,636
1,117,925

j
j
|
|
i

85,943
2.065,655
212,726
22,472
103,782

1,519 j
40,861 !
3,895 i
450 !
2,095 I

|

468

344

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere!
!
provided for.
'
•...j 1,834
105
Corporal ions —inactive
: 452
104

21
31

124,332
256,269 ;
200,011 '
259,799 !
•
203,183 i

8,332,269

5,841,691 i

2,490,578

48,820 !

124 j 1,049,594 |

,'
1,335 j
;

18,239,311

13,667.103

:

4,572,208

87,949 i

499
452 l

1,335 i

18,239,311 j

13,667; 103 :

4.572.208 :

S7.949 | 951

Total, miscellaneous companies

| 2,280

Grand total for the State of North Carolina

I 5,021 3,43>» ! 284,767,644 I 223,884,841 j




5,188 ,
3,888 ;

!, 507,135 !
331,213 j

29
\

260,697 ,
204,949 I

1.176,816

3, 256,366
717,095

;

31..",42
21,641
4,281
134 :
1,615

;

383 :
38,

Tot al, i nsu nlnce com pan ies

Merchandising companies:
I )epartment stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants

929,500 i
959,827 !

6,714,951
35,816,956
1,398,018
64,206
503.6C0

;
\

Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine ( s t o c k ) . . .
Fire a n d marine ( m u t u a l ) .
Casualty
Fideliiv and surety.
All other
'.

(3rand total, banks and insurance companies

8,322,256
16.899,004
1,641.537 ;
70,857
584,303 i

33
15
13
15

137,994
307,138
296,865
309,919
225,001

'
i
;
j

1,276,917 j

13,662
50,869
9U.S54
50,120
21,818
227,323

2,689,271 i 3,744,824 ; 1,055,553
j
38,570 ;
38,570
2,689,271 j 3,783,394 ; 1,094,123

60,882,803 ! 1,200,185 j 1,583 | 14,830,010 J 18,766,847 i 3,936,837

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Con tinued.

os
§

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
NORTH DAKOTA.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Total
num-

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

ber of

corporations
report-

IMMSTIUKS.

8
o
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
.'
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere

cor-

porations.

Num-!
(Iross
income.

Total
deductions.

Normal
tax.

Net income.

ber of '•
Cross
cor- I
pora- ' income.
tions. I

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

I
;
i
;

Total, agriculture and animal husbandry

45
3 ,
14
2 j

$341,180 j

$249,858 I

$91,322

44,732
5,996

7,627
6,756

300,586

105,705

78,039

9,416

$50,610
5,246
18,534
365

I

284,519

74,755

w

7,466 I

1,927

87,455 ;

$209,875
12,011
61,879
754

15,402

7,936

$159,265
6,765
43,345
389

153
135

406,291 !

1

12 i

Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas. and salt wells. .
Allother
Total, extraction of minerals.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, and milk
13
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
14
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine
15
Slaughtering and meatpacking, and meat products.
16
Bread and bakery products.
17
Coffee and spices
18 j
Flour mills and grist mills
19 j
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and mo20 !
lasses
!.




O

|
189 i

Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious m e t a l s .
Iron mine:

8
9
10

H
>

I
|
|
!

209,764 |

$1,639

52,359 i
12,752 |

!

64

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines.

11

N umber of

Q
O
1

2,863
457

2.752
104

111 |
353

10 •

90,775 i

SO, 895

9,880 I

176,264 :

164,626

34,813 :

22,997

1
26

1
17

49,332
379,651

31,584
2S2,677

11,638

34,998 !

38,801

3.803

•I-

42,464

233

1 !

54,203 :

1,045 !

11,739

1,261

236 <
17,748
96,974

:

311
1,866 :

92,721

(

115,827

23,106

21 !
22 !
2 3 '•

Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other

4;

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

61,0% '

35, 157

3

15!

736,315

562,982 '

173,333

13

1!
1 }.

19,477

19,303

2 I

19,477

19,303 ;

1I
11 !

Total, food, and kindred products
Textiles and their products
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing.
Men's and women's other furnishings
Allother

96,255

585 ,
184,266 |

377
148,037

208 i
36,229

4
724

1.082 I

4,424 !

3,342

184,851 |

148,411 ;

36,437 j

728 :

1,082 ;

4,424

3,342

75,459

24,658 |

493 ;.

j
!
:
I

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

10 !

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

100,117

43
44 !
45
40 ;

i

114,464 !




1,144

1.409 !

1,144

1.409 !

265

H1

2,312 i
87,494 |

46

637 !

1,005 i

368

26,970 !

539 j

637 i

1.005;

308

a
o

;

Paper and p r i n t i n g Paper and wood pulp
i
Manufactures of paper
;
!
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing
(engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, j
type founding, etc.)
Total, paper and p r i n t i n g .

174 ;

j.

14,347 |

Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes.
Allother
Total, leather and finished products.

61,131

,.
j.
i.

Total, iron and steel products...

40
41
42

37,*! 2

!

Total, textiles and their products

37 !
38 i
39

109,630 <
226, 71S

71,81*

3 !

164,336 |

113,779 I

50,557

984 j .

3I

104,336 :

113,779 |

50,557 ;'

984 :.

25

938,246

857,166 ;

81,080

1,-503

25 |

938,246 \

857,166 ;

81,080

1,503

1
30

35,985 i
74,592 !

110,577

50,169
83,040

133,209

!

14,ISt
8, 44S

22,632

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX -DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

co

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
N O R T H DAKOTA—Continued.
Total
num• ber of

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

: Niira-1

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted.
All other
Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers
(ias illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum refined
Soap
All other

lions. ;

tions. j

7

6

$147,864

$132,405

J515,459

S268

1

$18,092

$18,092 '

6

147,864

132,405

15,459

268

1

18,092

18,092

1

12,643

12,965 \

i

23,211

19,791

3,420

w

1
!

$322

n
o

<

i

Total, chemicals and allied products




Total

Gross

H
>

1

i

1

2

1

23,211

19,791

3,420

68

2

1

118

111

7

1

1

9,886 '

11,169 !

1,283

5

Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work.
Clay—
Brick and tile
Pottery terra cotta fire clay etc
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products.,

j Nura- j
^ o f

7

Total, liquors and beverages

61
62
63
64

j
Normal

£-

59
60

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOMK.

i

24,420

8,235

16,185

324

4

37,087 j

61,475 |

24,388

24,538

8,346

16,192

325

12,643

:

,,.,,.

7

2

5

12,965

322

•

i

46,973 ;

72,644 j

25,671

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel...
Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other

20.250 ;
SO; 878

Total, metals and metal products other than
iron and steel

67,847

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco..
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other

782




666 !

126 i

2,193

1,350

905

18 j

2 !

5.746 |

8 '

164,398

127,216 i

37,182

744 I

3 i

295,826 j

6 j

238,999 i

212,422 |

26,577

531

1

19 !

405,655 j

340,865 \

64,790

1,296

145 i

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies.
Allother

Total, banks..

33,281

3 !

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries

Total, public utilities.

12 '
(354 ;'

1,771

Total, miscellaneous industries

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and State banks..
Trust companies

(iOO
32,681

30
2

;

107
21 !

"2'i

2,860,085
384.550
77,191*

445

2,358,392 !

501,693 I

9,729 I

292,020

92,530 i

4,417
2,382

4,782 j

6,679 i

1.897

308,125 ;

317,243 |

9,118

38 :

26/008

466*!

144,801
219,937

2,882 i
3,941 j

30 ;
5 :
50

!

787,709

790,478
267,711
60,939
44,284

4,769
68,719
24,263
8,160

49,798
17,375 ;

57,057
22,137

1,124,674 i 1,242,606

o
o

7,259
4,762
117,932

664,857

118 i
47;
.!

s

122,852

785,709
198,992
36,676 I
36,124 !

1,848 ;

"o7,*i83~

10,163 |
298,208

774,122
712,806

629,321 ]
492,869 !

203 I

1,948,669

1,471,393 j

477,276 l

9,071 !

149
598
8

4,399,389
7,416,918
439,374

3,211,311 !
5,273,132 I
246,401 j

1.188,078 ;'
2', 143,786 j
192,973 j

23,698 '
42,739 !
3,859 I

10
63 ;
!.

120,788
311,215

133,866
368,757

13,078
57,542

755

12,255,681

8,730,844

3,524,837

70,296 I

73 I

432,003 ;

502,623

a
o

70,620

159 !
661 !

;

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.

0©
J£

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
N O R T H DAKOTA—Continued.
Total!
num-1.
ber of I
cor- Num-,
pora- j ber of i
tions | cor- i
report-j pora- ;
ing. ! tions.

INDUSTRIES.

105

Net income, \

14
45 ,

17,125
173,311 ,

$185,640 ;

$24,775 ]

•"*i39,*977"!

17,125
33,334

Normal
tax.

j
j

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

$495 j
i

1j
i

$33,508

$40,228

i

$6,720
__

:I

229,671

296,, 092 j

66,421

343 i.

62 |
903

405,545

327, 936 i

77,609

1,532

263,179 j

336,320

12,661,226

9, 058, 780 J

3 602,446

71,828 I

695,182 J

838,943

143,761

12,085
315,436
119,529

30,850
379,725
127,597
670

18,765
64,289
8,068

447,718 I

538,842

91,124

954,871 1 1,415,121
..........!
3^46

460,250
3,946

846,283 j
3,035,783 i
1,076,354 ;
72,474 I
251,680 I

14
102
74
24
5
219 i

w
o

73,141

817 :

1

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere provided for
, 1,138
Corporations—inactive

182
924

650,676 i
1,917,443
719,012
65,265
226,677

195,607 :
1,118,340
357,342 !
7,209
25,003 I

3,664 j .
22;256 I

5,282,574 j

3,579,073

1,703,501 I

33.134

7,964,190

4,263,920

81,177

214
87
301

12,228,110

6 ; 569 I
144 i
501 j

Total, miscellaneous companies

1,225

924

12,228,110

7,964,190

4,263,920

81,177

Grand total for the State of North Dakota.

2,769

2,220

35,477,730

24,813,309

10,664,421 i

207,064




! Numi ber of
| cori pora! tions.

2,375

4,694

Grand total, banks and insurance companies

Total, merchandising companies.

I
Total
1 deductions.

$210,415

3
14

Total, insurance companies

104

j

Gross
income.

03
H
>

'< Banks and insurance companies—Continued.
1
insurance companies—
1
Life
i
Fire and marine (stock)
j
Fire and marine (mutual)
I
Casualty
I
Fidelity and surety
Allother
*.

Merchandising companies:
99 |
Department stores
100
Wholesale jobbers
101
Real estate
102
Amusement companies.
103
Hotels and restaurants..

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWI>

954,871

1,419,067

464,196

549 j 4,139,530 i 5,165,889 j 1,026,359

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g

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1
CO

8

\
4

GO

I

8

6
7
8

q
10
11
12

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
99
23

24
25
26
97
9q
30

31

33
••M

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
....
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal m i n e s . . . .
.
. . . .
Copper mines
(Jold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
.
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
Allother
Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter cheese and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
< )leo mar marine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products
Bread and bakerv products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills...
. ..
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all o t h e r . . . .
Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs . .
Cordage and t wine
Cotton goods . . .
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods. . .
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing

Men's and women's other furnishings
All other..
Total, textiles and their products




30
38
6
13

60

62
12
20
154
218
3

161
1
1
30 I
2
15
159
41
410

45
3
27
264
91
656

1851,340
1,698,298
103,407
670,033
3,323,078

$539,684
1.531,972
91,123
403,783
2, 5667562"

$311,656
166,326
12.284
266,250
—-—

$5,92y
3.246
245
5,325
14,745

30
24
6
7
67

$278,643
$204,152
353.220
435,310
94,326
56,660
550,112
469,731
1,083,763 i 1,358,3917

$74,491
82,090
37,666
80,381
274,628

41,335,301
2, 698,764
8,152
26,969,957
280,061
5.910,045
37,794,104
5,211,332
120,207,716

33,616.229
1.531,043
3,026
15,461,921
202,434
4.637,055
16,996,209
3,646,214

7, 719,072
1.167,721
5,126
11,508.036
77.627
1.272,990
20.797, 895
1.565,118
44.113.585

154,263
23,354
103
230.027
1,552
25.221
413,121
31,303
878,944

57
2
4
15
1
12
105
50
246

3,376,124 4,327,323 I
298,919 i
349,791
146,446 i
78,155
3,016,969 3.648,476 !
157,334 '•
140.547
214,545
163,723
807,729 1,393,343
1.253,445 ,
798,330

951,199
50,872
68.291
631,507
16,787
50,822
585,614
455,115

76,0947131

8,680,496 • 11,490,702

2,810,207

W

j£

13
62

7, 296. 036

6,116.429

1.179.607

23.572 ,

20.

385.133

420,677

35,544

O
B
H

207,177
148.550

4,074
2,971

221,019

306.919

85,900

Q

1

1. 00f). 053
364.118

14

1

1.213,230
512.668

36
64
13
112

32
50
9
98

4.742,855
5.062,320
2.177.068
5.391.413

3,692,687
4,475.526
1.527,765
4.011.980

1.050. 168
586.794
649.303
1.379.433

19,795
10.619
12,986
26.872

4
14
4
14

133,301
786, 709
256,217
211.165

187,509
867.472
279,952
296.941

54,208

O
b-j

80, 763
23,735
85,776

5
p.

1
1
70
46

1
1
49

5,223
1,205.646
3,992,285
3,060.523

4,048
816,922
3,428,663
2,394,036
27.838,227 |

1. 175
388,724
563,622
666.487
6.821.040

6,887 i
11.251
13.271 !
132.322

21
16
107

851.721
393,077
3,238,342

938, 773
451,935
3. 750,178

87,052
58,858
511,836

1.019,777
383,471
216,314
3.198,524
74,668
8.360,511
4,020,553
6,829,919
3,420,480
2,828.262
30,360,218

487
677,489
131,842
34.046
1.687,202
6,549
2.375.148
1.223.959
1,456,121
735.633
953,315
9,281,791

10
1
12,968
2.616
2
537
4
32.653
4
131 ' .
41,254
2

554

554

2,684
35.343
160.336

4,463
38,849
183.953

82

30
369

476
2
4
10
10
24
1
14
30
56
38
43
232

1
4
8
6
20
1
12

:

30
45
34
34
195

3476597267"

8.226
1.697,266
515,313
250.360
4.885.726
81.217
10.735,659 :
5.244.512
8,286,040
4.156,113 1
3.781,577

;

:

O

24 1

27,128
13,902
•

11
4

18.276 •
'

9

173,837 I

37

52,454
696,717
32, 735
61,583
1,042,406 " L

K

1.779
3, ,506
23,617

53,223

769

767,146
36,264
75,158

70,429
3,529
13,575

1597 610~

117,204

c

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
OHIO—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
cor- Numpora- her of '
tions ' correport- poming, tions.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

(Iross
i 7 ico me.

Total
deductions

Not income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

dross
income.

Total
deductions.
20

35
36

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

107
1.014

84 ; $170,630,495
805 ! 339.166,214

S74.496.297
221.031.590

$102,140,198
118,134.624

1,121

889

515.802.709

295 527, 887

220. 274,822

126
96
169

104
72
125

8.738.806
8,685.893
16.136.419

t 803.
;
6,865.
12 716.

1)27
627
327

Total, lumber and its manufactures

391

301

33,561,118

26 385, 581

Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Hoots and shoes
All other

30
49
43

28
41
28

9,104, 662
17,832,250
3, 882, 282

Total, leather and finished products

122

97

30, 819,194

Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
P r i n t i n g and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and elect rot y ping, type
founding, etc.)

6
108
512

5
• 100
393

37, 730, 599

18, 397.
32, 167,

414
685

43

32

1,384,139

1, 257,

692

669

531

70,186, 614

Total, iron and steel products
37
38
39

40
41
42

4:>
44 ;
45 '
46

Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

Total, paper and printing




2 564 241
28,507, 635

23
209

$6,173,204 ; «6.512.597 i $339,393
13.208,251 ! 15.559.180
2.350,929

4,342,962

232

19,381.455

1. 935,179
1. 820,266
3. 420.092

37,312
35. 956
66,604

24
44

854.773
.078,381

1.158,686
971,677
2.322.300

82 767
116 904
243 919

7, 175,537

139.872

90

4,009,073

4.452.663

443 5S0

982, 467
372,628
558,492

59, 331
66,270
28, 379

2

10,748
205, 489
334,666

26,322
256, 650
382, 231

9 574
51 161
47

22, 905, 607

7( 913,587

153,980

25

556. 903

665, 203

108 300

1 490 367

1 073 874
10, 110.221

21 477
200, 355
108,146

335, 674

562,914

119

3,192,271

393,036
3,781,809

362
589 538

126,447

2. 390

11

367, 335

421,420

54 085

16, 873,456

332,368

4,596,265

700 985

6, 122,
459,
2 323,

195
622
790

53, 313, 158

i

$2,032,876 ,
2,310.086 ;

1, 075.919

138

3, 895, 280

22,071,777

2. 690

322

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11

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2 , i 21

1 i h i 220

|X{

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U 7X0 X5'»

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S92

7 091

Oh,

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20''

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1 > 1 4 )

10s

M)

^S-N,

1 w

10

27

1, i Mh
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50
51
.
52
53
54

I11K

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l l l l O f l

--

p I ' K i u C l s

lh

J-Ol (lllZt Is
( u i s , l l l u m i n i t i n g iii^l h o i l n u

27
2S

<>iK an i oil pioducts
Paints and % nnishes
^
Pal out mo licinos
Petroleum, iofined
soap
Mloihei .

7>
50
1 1
2-4
! 10

1 ol il, ( hemu iK and adiea pio lii
Si OIK , ( 1 1 \ , <ui 1 al is1- piodiic i^
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
61
62
63
64

Total, stone, clay, and glass products

68
69
70

136
84
21
i

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel— i
Smelters
i
[
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles.
:
(Carriages and wagons'.
;
Cars (steam railroad, si reet cars, etc.)
'•
All other
!

15S h82,271 '




IW, >52
050 IX')

in

095 ,

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hl7
10')

7ol
2 on,
4? x">4
12! 2 5 1 , M)2
1 5X0 (<)<)
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0 170, s l 2
1 57 1

109 121,52s

1 ) 1 5s (M4
1 0/ }, S )}
SOI, 2(>2
2 7 52, 071
1.9-50, 285
7SS, 8 5 }
7 12} M b
7,2^li IS-i

2 ) 2 56 <

21 107
lh 025
-)}

,812

05

785

15

60S

1 >1
,

7) 1
i l l 40X
1 972

1 5

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(
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1
11 1
2b '

2
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!b '

10 2b) 7H

. «,„ 7 s s
71 1 0 /
10 10S
lh is 2

40,
s 559
17, ()71
151, 58-5
14) 12S
701, \\2
57, b40
05' 7 37
. xb 15s
6 49

1 078 7It)

>A)2
' )X

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)08, 90(1
U 167
10b 015
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1 . 1 h!
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1 540
>U
15)' 871
9

1<

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207 5bs
I, si^
11, 20<i
1 12

? 07( 290

4-!6

21 !
63 j

1,578,143
5, 004,316

3,563,577 !
4,352,322 j

1,014,566 ;
651,994 :

20,263 |
12.902 '

11
43

370,077
844,804 j

418, 661
992, 695

48, 584
147,891

86 !
74 i
IS i
49

9, 726, 820
15. 778, 844
2, 248, 751
16,481,780

8,330,276
13.780,706
1,779,939
12,420,252 ;

1,396,544
1.998. 138 •
'
468,812 j
4,061,528 i

27,856
39,420
9.115
77.255

50
10
3
8

2,325,686 !
1,177,312 j
92,373 i
700,064 !

2,619, 702
1,251.108
1 U), 681
774,726

18,308
74,662

53, 818, 654

4 4.227,072

9,591.582 i

186,811

125

5, 510. 316

6, 167, 573

657,257

4,333, 196
49.173,288
56, 516, 074
5, 264, 284
9, 482, S03
153, 748

2 109,916
33, 707,976
26,552,657 '
4,214,058
8, 668, 532
118,942

2,223,280
15,465,312
29,963,417 '
1,050,226 •
814,271 •
34,806 !

42,958
307.141

1
51
47
26
,~,
1

4. 152
1,9S8,808
3, 259, 615
1,447,022
171.641

32, 927
199, 177
3, 919, 509
1. 610,201
220, 933>
316

28,775

75,372, 081

49,551,312 I

982,932

131 • 6, 8 7 1 , 238

15,507
13,919
106,337
11,376
466,519
50
3, 980
15,362

13 '••
221,391
10
268,985
35 , 2, 276, 24b
462,856
9 j
2,533,355
36

311

6
13
261 .
130
74

83 I
48 |

Total, metals and m<'UiI products ol her t h a n iion |
a n d steel
i
Miscellaneous i n d u s t r i e s Tobacco
Agricultural implpments
Electrical m a c h i n e r y
Musical i n s t r u m e n t s , pianos, organs, etc
R u b b e r goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction

a

if.

0 )), 7 s 2 !
s5t), 500 |
s
l">, ibx
5sf> 1t>7
1 >0,647

»2»

bOJ

124,923,393

106

* Brick and tile
Pottery, terra colt a, tire ela
All other
(llass and glass products

21
2,
2
7
17
2

,10

( henncals

12
13
21
21
()2
24
12
lx
04

> hhN

20* 136
14,424
696

9

7,

210,369
659,894
163,179
49, 292
316

983 063

1,111,825

254 506
315, 666
2, 990 474

33,115
46,681
302, 383
40,348
457,119

36, 750
2 050 387

30,022
291,057

I
42

29 :
124 i
21
9] :
2

29 ;
19 I
89 i
12

4,985,021
4,343.787
14,054,965
1,541,825
86,444,665
63,777
490,028
6,303,712

4.196,498 !
3,487,996
8,695,520 !
964,496 j
63,077,435 \
61,085 !
291,127
5,454,719

788,523 I
855,791 I
5,359,445
577,329
23,367, 230
2, 692
198,901
818,993

2 I
-46 i

0,728
1,759,330

2, 078, 629
5 0 3 , 204

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§

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.J
OHIO—Continued.
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Total
num-

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

ber of

corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

i

Number oi
corporations.

Total
deductions

(J! ross
income.

185 ,
62 !
404
1,084

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries

Total, b a n k s . .




Deficit.

< 24, 634
.
23,852
132,904

79
16
96

$5 ,049 ,178
2 ,100 ,657
1,929 ,549

$5,563,209
2,352,571 '
2,329,512 ,

41,596,139

814,440 ;

342

16 ,608 ,275

18,974,908 | 2,366,633

858,916,886 I 425,434,507 j 8,338,682 : 1,369

5,613 ! 4,244 (1,284,351,393

Total, public utilities

Total
deductions.

$1,305,750 i
1,192,616
7,098,869 |

67 ,236 ,668

76,860,327 ; 9,623,659

106 I $19,664,471
$18,358,721 j
46
7,721,828
6,529,212 !
30S I 36,766,734 ; 29,667,865 I
I
742
182,380,813 i 140,784,674

Total, miscellaneous industries

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational b a n k s
Savings b a n k s and State b a n k s .
T r u s t companies

Normal
tax.

CD
H

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industries—Continued.
Construction: contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering,
A11 other

Public utilities—
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and s u b u r b a n
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
A11 o t h e r . . . . . .

Net income. I

!

I Num-!
^ o f I Gross
;
^ | income.
tions.

|

26,647,747
137,360,577
42,681,410
31,962,483
8,245,003
87,795
14,501,930
23,224,404

! 1,083 j

844

284,711,349 j 223,444,853 i

192 j
82 ;
29 i

i
:
'
!

19,826,943
112,709,110
36,218,120
23,342,896
5,293,705
82,685
11,963,187
14,008,207

153
46
57
65
26
2
314
181

J
j
I
j
|
!

l

:

i
j

I
I
j
j
i
!
!

362
626
61

328
584
57

25, 07.2, 233
25, 446, 416
19, 578, 063

17 773,893
19 012,973 i
15, 779,812 ;

1,049

969

70, 096, 712

52, 566,678

;

6,820,804
24,651,467
6,463,290
8,619,587
2,951,298
5,110
2,538,743
9,216,197

61,266,496

7 298 340
6 433, 443
3 798, 251
17, 530, 034

;
!
!
I

136,365
491,582
128,669
171,192
58,865
102
50,361
183,817

39
31
25
!
;
i
!
|

90 |
44 i

1,220,953 j 239

1,232 ,647

2,767,087
2,848,361
243,451
26,661

1,438,839
| 3,639,113
j 3,121,983
336,717
32,278

718,761 I
709,320 J

;
I
i
;

782,051
851,054

8,546,288 ! 10,202,035 |

$514,031
251,914
399,963

206,192
872,026
273,622
93,266
5,617
63,290
141,734
1,655,747

141,515
127,093
64,560

34
42
4

1, 312, 263 !
1, 093, 868 !
49, 614

1» 491,931 :
1, 413,547 i
72,267 ;

179,668
319,679
22,653

333,168 :

80

2, 455, 745 ;

2, 977,745 I

522,000

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93
94
95
96
97
98

i
!
|
;
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insurance c o m p a n i e s Life
Fire and marine ( s t o c k ) . .
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allother
*.
Total, insurance companies
G rand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising companies:
F e p a r t m e n t stores
"Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
H otels and restaurants

99
100
101
102
103

:

T o t a l , m e r c h a n d i s i n g companies

104 ; All other corporations of e v e r y description n o t elsewheie
! p r o v i d e d for
105 1 Corporations—inactive

Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the Stale of Ohio

15
11
48
33 |

11 :
9
48
29

38,037,058
1,(563,882
265,179
775,143

36,026,258
1,250,312

97

1,156 i 1,066

107

39 *
724 ••
514
280 :
140:
1, (597

36
637
360
174
98
1,305

4
2

538,547
3,418

652,764
12,472

114,217
9,054

4

378,380

396,907

18,527

10 I

920,345

1,062,143 \

141,798

521,770

2,010,800
413,570
265,179 ;
253,373 ]

10,218
8,271
5,304
5,069 i

40,741,262 j

37,798,. 340

2,942,922 j

58,862

110,837,974 \

90,365^018"

20,472,956 |

392,030

6,645,441 !
72,014,095
8,208,768
8,186,521 J
10,692,304 j

5,276,434
50,890,441
5,759,462
7,102,132
9,575,245

1,369,007
21.123,654
2.449,306
1,084,389
1,117,059

27,383
416,306
47,685
21,599 i
22,291

3
87
154
106
42

25,145
1.697,184
2,24.1,696
2.383,293
1.688,620

44,842 j
2,036.035 :
2,868,119 !
2,641,923 ;
1^895,630 •

! \ 608.714 |

27,

535,261

o\-2

;>.035,9.'K

9,5*0,549

1,150,611

o,271,59*
2*1,410

105,747,129

5,975
1,326

1.295

18i, 548,760

7.:'.«)!

t 2n5

1*1 r,4,< 7i;n '

17,660 12,251 ?. 093, 727, 399

13o.59l,257

>0,15.77, 503

90 I 3,376,090 j 4,039,888 ;

v

si, loJ

1,h l>
1,326

35, 3nO,US
1,24*

41,57^280
285,658 ,

-.on;

v . 307 «:••(.

UXi^.OU

\x .7>1.:>:.7

:.r>'\-,7 ;,n:>

-K{ K I

•''., 5*2, 421

6 W. 144, <<7*

1>, 364, 799

">, HH-

2J'.7. ]-<> 155, •501. *37

663,798
19,697
338,851
626,423
258,630
207,010

h.550,008
23,034,058

OKLAHOMA.

86,991 i

18
1
870
39

* ; ) , 684
l<), 492
12,710
20,673
08,559 !

943. 505 !
3.252
10, 544

2, 755,596

37,
1,

598

42, 432, 177

18,432 I

370

357,686

3,698

1.270,855

2,144 I

43

9,049 |

817 !
244 !
|

10,761

69,768, 136

1 382, 532

440, 013

8, 741

70, 957, 031

1 405, 956

;

i

181

549,720 j

780,917

541 ; 107, 571, 9 5 3 !
1,523, 257 !
22 |

93
240 I

187,969 |

1,108
1,
495

1,330,637 |

113, 389, 208 !

4.640 i
12', 209 !
j

'
17, 299 i
107, 007
231, 015

$2, 743 ;
19!273 ;
113. 185 :
21)1, 88(3 !
397,087

SI, 075

1,4 19.534 I

$1,008
1,974
t',088

IE.




l, extraction Pi minerals.........

$10,042
20,657
17,350
38,942 '

41

O
O
O

ill

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere. .
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry.
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines.
I ead and zinc mines...
Quarries..
Oil, gas, and salt wells.
A}1 other,

I

30,271

3^,401
17N,679

I

284,872
600
•2.182,575
117,462

75,545
360,417 i
3,600
3,000
4,270.636
2,088,061

374 [ 3,856,361

6,267,848 \ 2, 111,484

11
i
329
17

183,661
IQ'V J'KI I

66,199
t\f 1QQ

o

TABLE 10a.

CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Pec. 31, 1916.]
OKLAHOMA—Continued.

IN1KSTRIES.

1

13
14 |
!
15 i
10 lj
17
18 :
lfl !
20 i

Total
number of
cor- Nnmpora- I ber of
lions | correport-j poraing. i tions.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meatpacking, and meat products..
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream..
Food preparations, all other..

27 I

28 •

29
30;

31 j
32
33

Total
deductions.

Net income.

1,472,283 ;
448.220 ;

122,303 j
34.932

3,725,329

2,958,745

700.584

100,577
53

1

Total,textiles and their products....

14

5,909,203
S5,590 I
144,509 |

i CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
(ax.

' Num-1
I ber of I
I cor- | <Iross
! pora- ! income.
; tions. !

*4,186

1,594,580 I
483.152

Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs.
Cordage and twine
('ottongoods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods.
Silk arid silk goods.
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings..
All other




Cross
income.

$59,619

Total, food and kindred products.
24 |
25 ;
26 i

CORPORATTONS SIIOWTNG NET INCOME.

87,053 i
5,022,334

$37,012

•$2,307

a
m

2,440 i
' 500 !
14. 709

o

1.071
'871

219,157

30,512

4,478

1,104

221,204

53,540
54,004

182,045

3,314

18,924
940,929 ;

32,050 ,
90,565

Total I
deduc- i Deficit.
lions.

201,247

40,043 '

234,841

170,000

128,705

58,033

*' 17,'848"

10,268

11

840,252

502,42ft

0,149

73,285 •

2,095

78,281 j

87,125 ;

8,84-1

1,170 I

1

13,840 ;

3,402 !

187,338

7,091 !

70,590 |

404,907

;

1,580

32

337,823

0,54(5

o
o

35
36

Iron and steel products—•
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products

37 |
38 i
39 i

j

Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments.

40 :
41
42

j
|
j

!
1j
49 j

58

805,312

25 i
4 !

24
3
4 i

1.095,171 I
195.174 •
'
148,132 ,

771,654
158,820
97,531

323,517
36,354
50,601

i; .467

410,472 !

1,438,47




1,028,005

56,760 ,

1.968.239

47,890 ;

1,837.380

8,870

130.859 :

28,456

26,247
1,863,627

133.068 |

197,584
56,443

168,369
46,552

29,215
9.891

584
198

214,921

39,106

1
"8*
21

61,150
2,836,'304 *"
7,132,171

37,031
'2," 180,'755'
4,423,042
12,368 :
9,061,702

X, 5t)l>

1%04}
33, 801

, IM
I .217
,732
48,130 ;

• >C|.27i'
KQ.27*-,
UV2
173
;. 9;ii
4,716

OP
H

2,209 |

1,996.695

254,027 i

4
54

1 "
i !
2•

24 !

1
6;

3
1
14
28 :

», ^22

178 ;..

53 |

1

l

J5() . 822

178 ;

47,890

2 !

!
628 |
1,003 ;

100 , 54 (>
100. 54 (>

43,414

8,098 \

35 j

Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted.
AH other.

Total, chemicals and allied products.

13 |
13 |

1,747,433 !

Total, liquors and beverages.
50
51
52
53
54
55

140
.919 I

2,552,745 j

Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
M anufactures of paper
..,-...
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing
(engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping.
type founding, etc.)

Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas. illuminating and heating..
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allother

9,358 ;
795,954 ;

37 j

Total, paper and print ing
47
48
49

6,790
1,740.643

50 j

Total, leather and finished products.
43
44
45
46

Hi, 148
2,536,597 |

16 ,059 1

Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished..
Boots and shoes
Allother

Total, lumber and its manufactures...

1
36

506,244
11.667

2,661

517,911

552.515 \

16,271

12,072 i

405

564,587

46,676

6

;

5.816

5,857 |

782

5. 816

5,857 i

24,119 ,

482

"'65^549'!
2,709^129 1

12,475
48,511

908
20,064
16,958
231,447

3,131 1
29,260 I
42,596 i
279,405

1,558
187,975
59,364
30,054 ;

1,571
307,199 I
99,276 .
35,464

13
119,224
39,912

548,328 i

797,902

249,574

3,005
11,184,113

3 !
40 ;

15,373
20,245,815

250,918 ,

207,456 \

43,462

78 j

30,541,731 !

15,922,354 \

14,619,377

60 !
192,403
869
254,800 I

O

xn

37

2,223
9,196
25,638

47,958

5,410

TABLE 10a.— CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
OKLAHOMA—Continued.
Total
number of
cor- Numpora- j: ber of
tions correport- pora; ing. tions.

INDUSTRIES.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income, i

; CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

. Numj ber of
| cor! porations.

Normal
tax.

(Jross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit

H

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
Allother
(Ilass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products
65
66
67
68
69
70

t
|
j
!
!
t

Metals and metal products other than iron and s t e e l Smelters
Manufactures
,
Automobiles, motorcATcles, and bicvcles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc)
All other
Total, metals and metal products ether than
iron and steel




362,636

$471,429
28,954

$333,460
3.257 i

289,190

73.446 !

$6,669
65 I
1,469

2 i
10 I

$139,171

$138,311

330,868

#860 I

360,288

29.420

8

7

2,100,724

1,825,519

275,175

5,497

1

152, 730

216,978

64,24h

33

20

3,303,460

2,618,122

685,338

13,700

13

484,458

716,437

231,979

11
7
4

10
1
2

7,905,474
59, 959
59,275

6,786,721
36,095
46,651

1,118,753
23.864
12,624

22,375
477
253
29

1
6
2
1
1

5,839
21,658
10,981
5,364
662,624

6,272
26, 545
13,565
6,151
662,838

133
4,887
2.584
787
211

23,134

11

706,466

715,371

8,905

2

1

12.646

11,211

1,435

25

14

8,037,354

6,880,678

1,156,676
j

Miscellaneous industriesTobacco . . . .
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction.,...,...,

$807,889
32,211 ;

1
3

112,145

87,423

24,722

494

1

,.,

3

1
1

3,208

3,111

97

2

11

6

181,250

iio,164

11,086

198

5

21 927

33,450

21,927

52,591

19,141

80
81

n e l s , r i v e r a n d h a r b o r d r e d g i n g , p+p ^
Engineering
All o t h e r
.
T o t a l , miscellaneous i n d u s t r i e s

90
91
92

94
95
9?
98

09
100
101
102
103

44, 988
13, 259
363, 343

7,

2, 918, 167 !

2 460,672

457, 495

57, 908, 931 j

38 308,465

19,600, 466

353, 268

5, 721, 526
229
1, SI 8 7?0

4 573,681
112,058
528,151

1,147, 845
39, 171
290, 569

22, 626
58K
4, 996

392 !
63 !
11
10

110
42

72
29)

5

180

265

266,2S0

495,402
2,359
295,547

33, 265
1, 409
29, 267

784,744

867,826

83,

160

3,491, ltiS

4 524,304

1,033,

18
3
10
1

516,062
191.983
922^ 660
1,200
9,300

585,782
207,706
976,470
1,430
10,873

69, 720
723
53, 810
230
1, 573

9, 079

81
4
20
1

't

462,137

18
082
136

67 975

61,349

6, 6?,6

129

3, 922 027
744 959

3 124,228
598,722

797, 799
146, 237

955
908

1;

38
13

89,984
77,278

101,419
94,703

11 435
17, 425

12 428 436

9 ,998,189

2,428, 247

47 202

85

1,808,467

1 978,383

169 916

s
S
CO

344
552
17

325
514
8

10 557 672
604 417
104 027

,138,512
3 ,822,513
81,280

3,419 160
1,781 904
22 747

6* 272
35 566
455

19
38
9

249,629
233,378
98,217

388,899
285,896
282,076

139 270
52 518
183 859

913

847

16 266 116

11 ,042,305

5,223 811

104 293

66

581,224

956,871

375 647

t—1

1

105 422

129 910

24 488

678

11

25,687

29,012

3 325

H

343 639
107 234

281,970
77,332

61 669
29 902

ei

340 466

256,542

83 924 !

75

63

791 339

615, 844

175 495

3 509

12 '

131,109

158,922

I

27 813

988

910

17 057 455

11 , 658,149

5,399 306

107 802

78

712,333

1 ,115,793 j

403 460

8
5S
59
22
9
!

0

233
598

1
1

72

"R.P.RI pstatp

O
CO

0

2
1

Wholesale jobbers




382,642
32,905
1 784,427

552

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
Total, public utilities
,,
Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies
Total, banks
Insurance companiesLife
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty
Fidelity and suretv
\11 other .
Total, insurance companies
;
Grand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
.. .
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies

427, 630
46, 164
2, 147, 770 j

86

125

...

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries
82
S3
84
85
86
87
88
89

16 i
2 !
58 |

30
3
76

8
51
37

581 855
5 ,667 ,909
626 ,527

477,821
3 ,642,258
489,366

018
39 534
583

22

62,939
110,682
975', 309
28,819

3 626
46 ,361
61 ,112
521

1, 177, 749

111 ,620

156

1

7

1,095 ,509

103

7 971 ,800

970,297
5, 579,740

104 ,034
2,025 ,653 :
137 161

1

125 ,212

2 503

2

59,313
64,321
914,197
28,29S

2,392 ,060

46 638

53

1,066,129

0

g

CO

CO

TABLE 10a.-CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND T E R R I TORIE S—-Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
OKLAHOMA—Continued.
Total
number of
corporat ions
I
ing.

INDUSTRIES.

104 All o t h e r corporations of every
w h e r e p r o v i d e d for
105 i Corporations—inactive

description

n o t else-

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

!
Num- j
; berof!
1 cor- ;
n •
tions.

CORPOBATION.s SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

, Num-

(,

income.

Total
Eductions. No, income.

!
1,630 1,237 ! $31,958, SOT
!
! 2,570 ''

^ " '

Total
deduclions.

(iross
income.

\jc£
! tions.

i
!

Deficit,

;
-120,415,482

$11.543,325

Total, miscellaneous companies

; 4,200 i 1,237 i

31,958, 807

20,415,482

11.543,325

Grand total for the State, of Oklahoma

\ 7,150 ' 3,431 ! 240,799,628

128,460,761

112.338.867

$235,104

393 1 $4, 777, 839 . $6,662,582
2,570 !
1,052
74,268

$1,884,743
73,216

235,104 } 2.963 \ 4, 778,891 ; 6, 736,850 I 1,957,959
2,196,340 I 3.719

l

16,071,038

22,198,014 j 6,126,976

O
CO

OREGON.
Q

!

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest, and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines.
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells.
Allother

Total, extraction of minerals..




69
93

39 i

84
j

285

1

27
21
21
28

$421,060
376,434
771,785
3,844,891 I

$274,927 !
335,080
585,912 j
2,764,292 j

$146,133
41,354
185,873 :
1,080,599 \

$2,450
820
3,540
21,598

97

5,414,170 j

3,960,211 I

1,453,959 |

28,408

973
353,193 '

944 !
273,491 !

29 I
79,702 j

1
1.594

247,255

235,745

11,510 i

230

1
3
11

42
$115,315
72
255,316
18 !
136,346
56 : 3,300,037
188 '

$85,980
183, 805
169,193
837,001

5,082,993 ; 1,275,979

5,765
9,643
102,885

1
8 I
2 !
37 i

6

43,940

35,924

8,016 j

160

1
3
2
31

63 I

14

645,361

546,104

'9,257 |

1,985

49

5

3,807,014

$201, 295
439, 121 l
305, 539 :
4,137, 038 i

6. 684
11, 186
154, 717

919
1,543
51,832

23,432
2,531
162,285

254
213
368
260

1,254
17,781
6,837
45,975

306,541

432,682

126,141

o

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
'.
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices..
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Textiles and their products Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
.,,.,.
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
...
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings..
Allother

Si

56
4
X
1

755,879

3S

HOI,512

6,514,730

5,326,697

04,367
1,IKS,033
12,601
20,685
6,405
3S7) 468

1,2 M
500

29

806, 283

18

235, 348

2
252
114
5
117 .......
«, 728

Mi
33,125

268,

9,20<>
9, 792

46, 360
2X7, 055

2%,847

1X7, 831* '

238, 521

50,693

3
1
18

65,602
213,850
94,578
1,880,426

53,001
193,165
88,173
I 492,958
,

1

38,349

28,012

10,337

121

3

86. 872
101,608

78,370
HS, 097

8,502
13,511

171
270

1

S2,779

83,269

490

5

126

9, 751,894

039, 985

1,711,909

32,944

66

1,145, 660

1,271, 286

125.626

29
1

4
192

•) / O

m
H

1

483,035
4,608
11,788
40; 304

245,670
4,516
9.728
31;866

237,365
92
2,060
8,438

4, 747
2
42
169

5
3

697,912
28, 506

561,660
26.302

136,252
2,204

2, 724
30

1

8,697
243,338

7,101
144,931

1,596
98,407

32
1,968

1
1

3,365

4, 409
908

1,044
908
1,952

1
1

1
1

1
5
3
4

H
Ul

o

19

17

1,518,188 ;

1,
031,774

486,414

714

2

3,365

5,317

4
37

660,324
1,995,415

406,806

72 ;

1,714,641

253,518
280,774

5,066
4, 809

8
35

74. 825
471, 619

82, 313
660. 456

7.488
ISS'. S3 7

Total, iron and steel products

79 !

41

2,655,739 i

2.121,447

534,292

9,875

38

546, 444

742. 769

196,325

Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
A11 other woodworking establishments

123
9
28 :

65
5
18 1

8,526,749
'535,996
2,264,657

2 028, 946

307, 570
349,412

1,219,179186,584
235,711

24, 291
3, 732

A,714

58
4
10

4.354. 389
3,698, 114
' 880,
950
330, 456
365, 336 ;
791 ,

656,2,5
50^500
37, 515

160;

88 1

11,327,402

9 685,928
.

1.641,474

32,737

72

4,356. 361

744.320

4
2
3 :

227,660
71,013
127,533

129,515
65,496
108,069

98,145
5,517
19,464

1 963
,

1

1,317

1.694

377

4

50,584 ;

54,036

3,452

9

426,206

303,080

123,126

2,463

5

51,901

55. 730

3,829

Total, textiles and their products..
35 :
36

37
39

1 ron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

Total, lumber and its manufactures
40 •
41 j
42 !

Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
All other
Total, leather and finished products.




5
2
7
14 |

111
389 i

5,100, 681

d

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
OREGON—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
report-

ing.
Manufacturing and mechanical industries -Continued.
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and eleotrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing.
Liquors and beverages—
Dist'iled
Malted
Allother
Total, liquors and beverages.
Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating.
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap,...
Allother
Total, chemicals and allied products.




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

| CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Number of

corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

i Num-;
i b e r of
Gross
I cor- | income.
! pora- I
; tions. !

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
W

H

1 j

85 I

47 i

$1,780,136
240,269
2,871,914

$1,408,924
165,894
2,520,443

5371,212
74,375
351,471.

.157,424 : .
1,408 !
6,877 !

•150,524
1,001,985

$63,487 |
1,060,499 I

$2,963
58,514

53,425

15

38,612

11,338

42 |

1,089,783 j

1,162,598

72,815

51,092
39,905

3,257 |
28,377 I

65
567

3i

24,909 |
195,693 \

69,729
282,349 j

90,997

31,634 |

632 I
i2

10
10 |

220,602 I

352,078

131,476

25,982
1,975

796
2,165

4,950

100

100,167
22.717
52

66,05a
21,253

34,111
1,464
52

682
25
1

111,679
21,235
23

27,274 j

15,813

26,778
4,140
1
3
1

2 !

802,249 |

122,631

2 I
3;
5 I

5.191 i

4,143,495

54,349
68,282

98

48,234

4,945,744

78,731
18,224

32,948 >
3,011 !

659
60

2,177

5,660

3,483

286,768

212,221

74,547 i

1,487

60,502

77,720

17,218

104 I

4,850

44,820
86,656

1

49,450 |

53,579

4,129

\

4,025 I

'l3,*53i"

"9," 506

o
o

61 i
62 |
63
64

Stone, clay, and glass products Stone- Cement
Marble and stone work
Clay- Brick a n d tile
P o t t e r y , terra cotta, fire clay, e t c . . .
All other
'.
'
(i lass and glass products

Total, stone, clay, and glass products

67
68
69
70

3!
75
76
78 |
79 I
I
81 |

S2
83
85
86
87
88
89

Total, public utililies




170,667 ,

23,100 i

363,730 !

326,624 j

37,106 I

740

V

306,924 i
30,752 i
5,344 !

261,248 l.
26,742 i
5,100 !

45,676 !
4 010 I
214

5,324
9,U5

21,153 i
26,144 j
7,014 j

11,406
1,294
1,298

462

24

37;926 |

9,747 •
;
24,850 ;
5,716 !

12,619 ,
•

193,767

2I
I

Total, metals and m e t a l products other than iron
and steel
Miscellaneous industries
Tobacco
,Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical i n s t r u m e n t s , pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
F u r goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
j
All o t h e r .
I

Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other

135,402

1 .
2 i.

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
."
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other

Total, miscellaneous industries
iJrand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and s u b u r b a n
Steamship transportation companies

7,918
12,637

148,021

U

214,961 '
28,811 ,

613
774

8,531
13,411

894
80

284,085

7,989 !
1,279 !

312,522

28,437

8,401
ft ft«9

4,722
" ~ ~

60,003
167,407

31

1,079. 432
156', 337
1, 267, 987

856, 361
109, 668
1, 145, 289

22 i, 071
40,669 ,
122,6<Ks |

2, 115

3,141,258 |

2,693,142 ,

US, lit)

^,s^7

7 \

1, 1b2,9<)7

1,007, !<'! \

314,197

444 |

1
140
178

7,994
12,048

68 |

39
22
12
24

293,090 !

68,695
179,711
29
11
14

343,020

275, 221
83,692
17,611
12,572

14 I

34,882,580 j

1,() K), 797

ll(i,27I

ii!

0;ii0,o(S

H , ( M ) i . S" "i I

1 , 6 7 0 , ' 17

M

3,011,861
1,329,680 I
30,066 i
546,370 !
111,452 ;

2, 408, S75
1,214,331
23,490 i
456,647 !
89/290 '

602, 9Mi
115,319
6, 576
89,723 !

11/00
2,305

349,325 I
2,121,032 i

298,945 ;
1,873,764 ;

50,380 ;
247,268 I

1,044
4,684

7,076,819
1,001,107
7,164,330
2,523,884
32,112
1,010
497^ 065
1,063,974

7,218, 54 /
5, 56h, 590
9,931, 563
3,141, 439
39, 362
1, 044
578, 033
1,215, 870

141,,28
1,565, [23
2, 771,233
617,555
7,250
34
80,96S
151,896

7,499,786 I

6,365,342 •

221 ; 22,360,361

27, 696, 448

5,336,087

H
H
~
H

12

12

15,14s
M 30,-5

!

28,941,783

15

220

9,2us

s, 692
12, i()4

22,162 I

1,134,144

!7u
142
II
104, 248 I
724 |

217

12, 251
60^, 2 ( )S

1, l.Vs

W0, 7M>

H I , 03(1 '

791
699

080 !

II

132

1/706 i
444 !

22,121 j

12

io

i
62
84

1

OP>S,

.)9o

257

151,

99;
61. 126
70, M4
h, 2^6
11. 55 S

O

w

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TABLE 10a. CORPORATION INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

CO
00

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31. 1916.J
OREGON—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Number of
corporalions.

71 s
152 I

Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock). . .
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casual! y
Fidelity and surety
Allother
"




N u m- j
'!

horo1

: m-_|
! tions. '

Cross

[nc\^.

Total
deductions.

:
'

Deficit.

82,419,0*9
2 022,691
lol,oio

$967,307
826, 830
39,697

$19,228 ;
16,537 i
794 !

4, 593, 298

1,833,834 |

36,559

24,835 !
1,193
31,0J)4
39', 926

197
24

!

328, 273
110.601
I

is

S 73 7, 958
799, 75f>
12/319

32 i J,580,033

•1j;NS7,-7f'-O 888,325 I
118,397 •
1,894,INS

46S.094 |

4 71.516

§149, vos
88.o69
76,078
314,155

o
Zfl

3. 122

797

31

158^245

202, MO :

44,565

1.940

33

626 339 !

674 326 ;

47 9S7

a
o
S

64

31

693.039

322

257

7,120,171

5,189,289|

1,930,882

38,499 |

65

2.206,372!

2.568,814

362.442

11
, 100 ;
[ 135
> 44
;
45

16

3,671,480
5,840,050
493. 279
264,390
1,422,695

3,292,318 I
4,200,297 {
346,652 !
251,226 i
1,365,148 i

379,162
1,639,753
146,627
13,164
57,547

6. 080
339
2 926
265
1. 096

!
|
!

3
29
80
19
29

407, 409
452, 220
585, 835
972,571

4s,238
590.loo
1,034^842
' 623, 962
1,030,849

22. 460
182; 746
582, 622
38', 127
58, 27>s

335

175

11,691,894

9,455,641

2,236,253

41.700 ;

160

2,443,813 ! 3,328,046

884,233

Crand total, banks and insurance companies. . . .•

Total, merchandising companies

t iconic. " ™ £

Sjo, 386, 396
2.849,524 ;
' 191,212 '

353, 10.S
120,797
31,094
18S.040

Total, insurance companies

99
100
101
102
103

Vonn-il
al

Total
, deductions,

6, 427,132 i

3 \

Total, banks.

Merchandising companies:
I )epartment stores
Wholesale jobbers
Heal estate
Amusement companies
I Iotels and restaurants

1

Cross
income.

H
>

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
00
Savings banks and State banks
91 |
Trust companies
92 I

93 '
91
05
96
97
98

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET IN CO ML'

;

595,991

97,048

I

Of

All other corporations of every description no!
provided for

05

Corporations—inactive

;

Total, miscellaneous companies....

.1 ..' 't,o

1,

1) 1
" 1

720,17S

i 9 ' ,
( 'Ms

1.022

,0 IN ,7

7s7 605

1 022

799

901

022

> 10-

1 5 7f2
1,

2 1 , J")2,
S S

<)(>')

(.22

h<)

s7 ! 112
,

' (,-ih, 9 IS
)
Is*

^2,

"HO

(}^,b~->l

1,S98 ' 6,729,191

17 OH 2 911 j 17 lsi,-(,j

10, Y>\,4bl

(>0,M>2, 329

VV21,O67

1 i, I 7, 76h
T

(Jrand totol for the State of Oregon
PEN N SYLVAN IA.

!

Agriculture and animal husbandn :
Farming
Fi
Florists and fruit grower-;

Stock raisins
Forest and lumber not pro\ ided for elseu here
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry

Extraction of minerals:
Coalmines
Copper mines
Cold and silver and precious metals
Iroii miiioo
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
10 I
Oil, gas, and salt w ells
11 I
Allother
12 !
Total, e\traction ot minerals

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
!
Cannincfand preserving (fish and oyMers. fruit sand
|
vegetables)
Oleomargarine.
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
('otlee and spiced
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet Migan and mokisses
Beet sugar
('onfectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all ot her
Total, food and kindred producis




40
71
1
1

l>
3X

165

76

644

441

41
231
:A

280, 632, 949
2*i-, 366
i, 303, M 6
1 505.059
326,215
5,483,915
52,956.058
6,186,721

786

4 17, 195.395

34s.(iS0,429

2
T

i

1 s
.

t
i
"
>

S
92
324
12!)
1,249

2,477,333

326.260, 709
i2;i, 160
2 20S.623
1 X7<» 181
767 591
6,539,61x
99. 555,94:'.
9. 556,!CO

".
J

- -z

-3.!. 941
187,567
120.145
31X.9.-)X

•VJ22, 246
1,258, 681
95. 934
X00.409

:;, 138,244

16

^35fl, 1S7
1. 146.251
216.379
1. 119,427

S
679
6.827
2, 409
h, 380

2)
.
36
21

1,478,954

2,038,140

. -,694,323
,

37, 756,900

HC0.911

16,295

89

45,627,760

907,909

203

2 S(VJ

1
20

110 094
:>u5, 47T
•i74. 422

411,3 rt)

1,055, 703
46. 5!)9. XS5

ix,107.4X!)
X, 'SZ<

.370,219

21, lil
!)31,97!)
61.0xb

9s . 514, 9(«>

12
,
»
51
90

1, 95!). 31 {

•"*

61!). 751
715, 760
129,127
543,502

8132,116
61K, 676
117,551
310,611

7

7s

3S,243
144,290
, lOft.,911
.*7i/,42t

1,63x,545
1,7XS,742
-}, 02!). X4x

5X.434
66X,707
1 281,371
.
690,416
I 873,995
,
3,701,X13
2. 623,542

^ 187, 635
127, 084
11,576
232,891

12,062,577
20.191
221, 507
175,460
316, 995
235.450
1.913; 071
593.694

3 ) 122,323
'

51, Mi 26X

603,979

732.163

92.x02
547.671
179, 6!»4
30, 192
1S9,33X

10X,()M
6 833
779,807
I 837,5 40
.
30,192
250, 222

232,136
357.846

42, 37!»

<>7,4l!)

25.010

1 263.600

1,353.(111

X13, 321

016,295

90,011
102, 971

, 15X,976

6,0X2.166

923,190

:

Tfl

559,186

15,541,945
----- -...
.._

H
r\
WO

o

g

9S

6X

3, 959,70S

21

It)

1,2x6.061

1.003, 13S

39
39
X2
X
2

32
63
X
53

6.546.47X
12.103.297
327,115

. > 332, 2oH
-,
10,327,331
261,672
2.S72.096

11,603,571

9,094,S4x

3, 172,642
13,838,005

2.XO2. 213
9,430,808

K-SO.S.V,

12,625

30

2x2.623

5.t>52

.214,220
1
1.775,966
62,413
931,151

23.193
35.519
1.249
IX,312

1)
!
1
1
1

. " ( X 723
>),

108,554

4

,
I 107,197

6 585
7!), 483

12
1,

15, 189, 605

2!) 1.172

107

1
9
61
<
)
35
413

•'»

23
38
306

60, 276,1*77

45,087,372

370,42«

t) 900

1

3,8, 184
15,282

00,8X4

TABLE lOa.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dee. 31, 191b.]
PENNSYLVANIA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.
* '

24 |
25 j
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other
Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills.
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its m a n u f a c t u r e s Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments.

Total, lumber and its manufactures




38
11
14
171
131
7"
.>
30
42
64
123

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Number of i
corpora- i!
tions. !

34
11
62
10
134
109
63
25
29
47
98

Num-;
Gross
income.

$9,564,173
4,241,078
12,437,728
i,310, 370
25,156,339
32,192,387
16,207,441
6,364,556
4,195,923
7,718,159
31,037,027

Total
deductions.

$7,354,485
3,165,371
9, 646,234
2,702,668 :
21,095,587
20,687,221 '
12,356,517 !
5,185,179 ;
3,614,661 '
6,498,330 i
22,506,065 !

Net income.

Normal
tax

'

$2,209,688
1,075,707
2,791,494
1,607,702
4,060, 752
11,505,166
3,850,924
1,179,377
581,262
1,219,829
8,530,962

$42,254
21,400
55,490
29,840
78,668
227,214
75, 883
23,299
10,970
24,118
168,250

38,612,863

757.386

622
•\

142

-! 1,058
1,200

153,425,181 ! 114,812,318 j

118
821

277,377.803
627,875^956

939

905,253,759 j 536,855,233 | 368,398,526 j

7,293,613

b

5

of

I

pom- !
tions. ;

165,260,497 i 3,257,809
203,138,029 j 4,035,804

169
97
133

124
79
99

15,277,371 I
9,379,270 !
12,897,273 !

12,682,877
7,934,906
9,891,614

2,594,494
1,444,364
3,005,659 i

399

302

37,553,914 |

30,509,397

7,044,517

136,963

-

$308,903 ,

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

$335,973

$27,070

25 i

894,330
162, 729
1,634,234
1,002,998
761,800
28,859
706,161
477,345
778,198

1,022,523
178,794
1, 979,151
1,140,738
844,838
76,515
740,216
553,526
857,791

128,193
16,065
344,917
137,740
83,038
47,656
34,055
76,181
79,593

152 i

6,755,557

7,730,065

974,50:

24
237

1,422,301
25,426, 775

1,748,682
28,116,638

326,381
2,689,863

261

26,849,076

29,865,320

3,016,244

3,294,533
1,195,320
1,181,271

3,924,181
1,423,800
1,508,659

629,648
228,480
327,388

5,671,124

6,856,640

1,185,516

13
4
37
22
12

:
:
|
'

51,480
28,554
56,929

112,117,306
424,737,927

i nGross
come

97 j

00

to

o

40
41
42

Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished.
Boots and shoes
All other
Total, leather and finished products...

43
44
45
46

Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
a a t r e s
pp
Printing and publishing
publishi
Industries relating to printing and publishing
(engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping,
type founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing

49 I

Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other

50|
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating.
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other

47
48

55 !
64 i
44 !
.1

27,137,866
15,926,246
11,420,746

17,640,968 |
13,328,750 !
6,395,968

2,597,496
5,024,778

64 j

54,484,858

37,365,686 | 17,119,172

333,798

24

697,686 j 1,096,249

398,563

14 i
154 !
481 i

11
131
322

5,439,358
30,230,015
57,382,306

3,361,196
21,909,956
49,089,649

41,564
161,053
158,618

3
23
159

33,455
50,057
919,278
713,747
10,480,052 12,514,304

16,602
205,531
2,034,252

19




2,078,162
8,320,059
8,292,657

1,725,637

1,497,000

18,637

4,534

674 i

483 I 94,777,316

75,857,801

18,919,515

365,769

40
121 !
42 !

1,693,283
36,028,170
3,053,646

1,376,666
30,315,852
2,480,026 [

316,617
5,712,318
573,620

6,332
111,347
11,472

1,467,822
3,093,834
553,102

1,709,557
3,411,254
602,179

241,735
317'420
49,077

34,172,544

6,602,555

129,151

5,114,758

5,722,990

608,232

20,555,000
1,989,292
6,529,291
4,403,655
7,341,364
673,463
25,090,017
2,122,705
29,993,365

18,027,026 !
901,765 '
3,587,536
2,580,869
3,710,936
212,143
28,524,833
879,875
14,660,635

359,328
16,822
70,750
51,617
73,509
4,242
568,756
17,566
289,182

556,741
123,093
397,361
247,682
169,497
294,146

691,445
131,214
474,862
298,018
204,818
314,844

134,704
8,121
77,501
50,336
35,321
20,698

71,315
1,499,394

93,825
1,745,709

22,510
246,315

3,359,229

3,954,735

595,506

641,746
972,836

751,294
1,140,987

109,548
168,151

3,232,143
935,335
74,408
3,245,659

296,382
271,941
22,854
246,665

25

146
103
19
53
37
61

0,775,0

38,582,026
2,891,057
|
10,116,827
!
6,984,524
I 28 I
I 47 ! 11,052,300
885,606
12 I
48 I 53,614,850
3,002,580
11
167 i 44,654,000
70 !
13 I
31

>8,698,152

Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work.
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc.
Allother
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products

283,288
104,144
11,131

139

Total, chemicals and allied products

61
62

394,639
575,083
126,527

163 !

Total, liquors and beverages.

59
60

111,351
470,939
115,396 !

181,634
51,669
100,495

30,059,099
10,971,052
1,396,733
44,039,954

21,199,647
8,031,955
662,942
31,115,545

73,085,618 I 1,451,772

8,859,452
2,939,097
733,791
12,924,409

72,883

78,248

191 11,300,137 I 13,561,887

33 j
6 I

22 !
9
14
16

150

5,365
2,261,750

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)

PENNSYLVANIA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

! Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
i
Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
(>5 j
Smelters
00 ;
Manufactures
07 |
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
08 j
Carriages and wagons
09 I
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
70 ,
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
',
71 ,
72 j
73 |

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

) Total
I num! ber of
1
cor- Numpora- ber of
i tions 1 cor:
report- porai ing- tions.

I

Gross
income.

21
4!

17
150
42
25
17
3

*4, 799,318
80, 034,099
10,014,072
2,811,142
S3; 114,897
197,020

369 !

200

182,171,748

30
212
60
30

!
!
i
!

62 :
9 !
91
26 i
6 !
106 i

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

j

60 '
18 i

V
5

60 !

12,244,329
258,205
23,849,755
1,798,431
6,685,520
66,331
1,487,005
7,918,417

Total
deductions.

$3, 292,923
47,807,323
8, 035,328
2,310,890
75,909,040
148,014
138,170,130
10,034,585
235,629
15,724,518
1,280,732
4.944,698
42,612
331,757
6,173,625

Normal
tax.

Net income.

44,001,018 '

875,189

:% 308, 508 ; $1, 485,450
1,091,042
1, 408.300
3.227,244
2,058,014
328,720
'283,390
90,525
114.493
' 111
111

$29,551 \
054,803 i
38,401 :
9,157
142,225
992

Deficit.

£170,942
377,324
508, (530
45,330
17,908

!

109 j 5,438,190 |

0,024,390

;

1.189,671
60,404
822,386
169,142
452,266 i

1.183,421
60,667

1.007,570:
459,885
801,370

293.750
203
185,184
290.743
349,104

2."l79"|
2,589,229 '
4,998,193
2,577,539
4,036,003

94.'i03~
2,958,091
6,135,922
3.005,089
5.056,494

91,924
368,802
1,137.729
427,550
1,019.891

2,209,744
. 42,577
22,576 •
449
161,009 !
8,125,237
10,284
517,699 j
I
34,519
1,740,822
474 '
23,719 '
23,104
1,155,248! i
31,910
1^744,792
;

105
57
351

22,406,998
8,502,644
36.847,026

20,335,744
6,443,525
28,932,041

2,071,254
2,059^119 !
7,914,985 :

122,064,661 I

94,479,466

27,585,195 j

6,419 i 4,774 1,928,219,147 j 1,282,794,798

Total
deductions.

cor- I
pora- j
tions. I

$1,506,395
32,820, 776 i
1,979,341
494.240
7,145^251
49,000

733

168 !
78 I
479 !

Number of

645,424,349

1
46

41, 314 I
41, 041 !
154, 736 !

63
21
128

541,417

327 16,897,612

21.062,612

4,165,000

12,738,727 ; 1,645 I 95,506,630 1111,936,880

16,430,250

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88
89

Public utilities:
Electric and gas li ght ing and power companies
Railroads steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
.
. .
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
.Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other

90
91
92

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies

82
83
81 '
85
<86

2,743, 372
13.533, 53 L
6,761, 842
444. 540
987, ?66
750
2.276' 135
2.296, 597

262.765
1 694.714
1 629,877
65.373
166.258
3,399
87,108
276,494

3, 995,937

52a

24, 915,045

29.101, 033

4 185,988

17.552,139 i
1,386,662 ;
18,479,268 :

345.453
85,729
352,345

17

1. 879.676
939,927
151,304

2,456. 581
1.224. 196
265, 469

576,905
284,269
114.165

81.012,302

40,418,069 I

783,527

61

2, 970,907

3,946, 246

975.339

55 241,303
37.739', 991

3,105.656 !
5.375.324
933.406 ;
294,087 |

62 114
107.506
18,675
5. 884
7i9
3.662

4
1
1
2

172 192
384.095
65
3 . 842,Nil

2,295. ?49
384, 293
3, 267
4.661, 481

123,057
198
3.202
MS. 667

:
|

388.214
19.450.601
137', 648,887 j 2, 751,488
285.269
14,502,249 S
27,020
1,351,155 '
5,019,567 !
99,899
,s
410 •
148,341
7,435,285 :
14,834,037 I
295,698

925,196,511 •

721,954,320

200,242,191 j

797
219
256

60,606,685 !
15.253,807 |
45.569,879 j

43,054,546
10,867,145
27.090,611

-i 1,333 1 .272

121.430.371 j

i
:
;

311
178
186
23
361
2
225
255

1 2,067 i 1 ,541

Total, public utilities

!
-i
.;

Total, banks
93
94
95
06
97
98

118
1
54
91

2 480.607
U. 838,817
5, 131,965
379.167
821,008
54,351
2, 189^ 027
2, 020,103

59.493.145
541,492,194
68.928.336
4,900,249
8 161,508
39,223
23.240,112
18,699,553

408 ,
264 i
255 1
30 !
479 i
3.
279 !
349

Insurance companiesLife
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allother

....

......

834
236
263

18
:\o
90
27

14
29
89
25
2

2

78,913.746
679.141,081
83,430,585
6,251,401
13 181,075
39,633
30.675,397
33,533,590

;

58 349,959 '
43^115,315 •
933,406 !.
2.317.318 !
48,610 :
1,055.476 :
105.820,114 !

169

161

Grand total, banks and insurance companies... .' 1.502

1 . 433

227.250,485

76
561
431)
298
102

60
47c
21)7
186

. 1.473

1 ,055

Total, insurance companies

!
:
i
•

'2.023.23i
12,672
767,317

288,129 !

97
So
69

H

w
71

198.560

s

6,

399,166

7.344 290

945.124

982.087

69

9.

370,073

11.290. 536

1.920.463

7, 750. 435
30.56S.724
1,366,339
1,015,625
1.319. 451

137, 375
606,083
27.071
20,131
26,178

16
85
169
112
36

370.014
13'. 221,859
1. 263.539
4, 765,921
903.761

5.-170.907
19.874.49!»
1,858.134
5.292,519
+ .275.947

1,100.893
.652,631
594.595
526,595
372.182

90,031.921

42.020.574

816,841

41S

27. 525,101

36.771 997

rr

9 ,246.896
7 ,532.625
306.692

95.787,544

10,032,570 i
i

99
100
101
102
103

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants

..

....
. . .

Total, merchandising companies
104
105

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
. .
. .
....
...
4 746
. 2,839
Corporations inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies

-

Grand total for the State of Pennsylvania




-• 7.585

;

176,799.816

50,450.639

42.256.0U5
67.381.326
1.131.876
10.731.022
7.546,266

34,505.570
36.815,602
2,765,537
9,718.397
6.226.815

132.052,495

:

234

251.256.011 ;

166,122,575

85,133,436

1. 767,344

1,512
2,839

28,

940,004
333

36,472 629
307 025

3 , 234

251,256,011 ,

166,122,575

85,133,436 \

1

4,351

28. 910,337

36,779 654

3

,839.317

7,561 223, 858.463 279,582 508

y<

55 ,724,045

••{

.j 20,460 12 , 899 3,914.308.288 j2. 791,861.222 1,122,447,066

767,344

22 276,545

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)

Classificatioi] No.

RHODE ISLAND.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO- NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

CO

" • • "

Agricultural and animal husbandry:
1
Farming
?
Floiists and fruit growers
Stock raising
"
*
3
4
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agricultural and animal husbandry
*>
(]

9
10
11
12

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
*
'
.
. .
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
l^ead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil gas and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals

14

15
16
17
18
19
20

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter cheese and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables) . .
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses




10

8

$166,467

$358 429

$108,038

$1,960

2

2

71,906

46,654

25,252

10

538,373

405,083

133,290

2,465

1

1

12 333

11 690

643

$4,808
151,057

$7,555
166,759

$2,747
15,702

7

155,865

174,314

H
>

18,449

505

17

2
5

13

O
O
1
1

i
1

5,798
14

8,105
128

2,307
114

89,844

99,588

9,744

15,198
123,598
132,648

13,035
57,044
89,143

2,163
66,551
43,505

43
1,331
871

1

1
2

1
1
2

8

5

283,777

170,912

112,865

2,258

3

1

2

5

4

259,259

246 678

12,581

248

3
3
8

4
3
3
6

373,186
174,274
324,678
344,978

356,293
160,613
298,192
309,997

16 893
13,661
26,486
34,981

338
273
502
699

3

3

297 872

146 726

151 146

3 022

o
o

g
95,656

107,821

12,165

2

5 591

5 591

9,742

27,258

17,514

46,367

51,711

5.344

21 !
22 !
23

Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream.
Food preparations, all other.

50,046 I
170,976 I

24 j
25 i
26
27
28
29
30
31
32 i
33
34

35 1
36;

Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steel works, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

35

Total, textiles and their products

Total, iron and steel products..
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fi xtures
All other woodworking establishment;

208,641
65,240

357,017

7.095

335,581

446,496
19,483,105

107,565
7,316,242

2,152
132,175

778,788
3,841,383
16,389 574
42,788 !
74,104 i
277,336
6,501,341 i

245,982
1,127,761
8,392,139
16,648
3,654
151,877
3,337,651

4,749
21.230
167,843
333 i
73 i
3,037
65,208

68,534,434

47,834,915 \ 20,699,519 |

396,800 i

2,213.036
36,773', 171

26 I

40
1,973

1,024,770
4,969,144
24,781,713
59,436
' 77,758
429,213
9,838,992

Total, food and kindred products.
Textiles and their products Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hoisery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings.
All other

98,654

718.753
23,071,017

1,494,283
13, 099,154

29,363
273,204

193,158

237,507 j

44,349

H

38,986, 2i>7

23,792,770

15,193,437

302,567

193,158

237,507 I

44,349

W

23,565

5,348

1,995,2

3
554,061
45 ! 26,799,347

J

185 I

155 j

47,431
72,322
1,638,252 :

2,615

98 i
93

40
41
42

43
44
45
46

267,120 I

Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned,curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
Allother

60,398
28,451
11,424

1,113
569
228

100,273

1,910

115,730
415,142
934,445

2,315
8,303
18,275




466,286

61,836

13,053
319,161
166,034

1,114
19,668
35,589

2,288,127

2,582,670

294,543

18,217

5,109 i

Total, paper and printing..

75,248
4,528
96.560

11,939
299,493
130,445

30

1.334,600
72,484
211,052

404,450

2,858 j"
169 i.
2,082 |

Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
f rinting and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)

65,391

1,259,352
67,956
114,492

14,153
1,479,470

o

116,462 1

18*598

5

140,027 I

23,946

o
o

16, 188
7,573

17, 436
11, 106

1,
248
3,533

g

23,761

28,542

4,781

117,605
158,334

iis,365
184,736

760
26, 402

275,939

303,101

27.162

"97 ',m'
116,081
1
2

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152,381
8,417 i
106,322 |

Total, lumber and its manufactures

8,670
33,863

H
11 I

Total, leather and finished products

37
38

217,311 j
99.103 I

14

283 |.
9,176 ((

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DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, l(Ufi.|
R H O D E ISLAND—-Continued.

[XDUSTR1KS.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Total
number of
corporations
e porting.

Number of
corporations.

Mamifaciuring and mechanical industries-—Continued.
Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other

50 ;
51
53
54

16
1
2
l
s
6

59 •:
60 ;
61 !
62 i
63 !
64

Total, stone, clay, and glass products.




j Number of
cor! pora! (ions.

Normal
1ax

Gross
income.

!
j
i

1!

$3,508,699
36,559 ;

$3,013,585
33,869

$495,114 j
2,690 i

$9,903
54 ,

3,047,454

497,804 |

9,957

9,693

5,850, 102
8, 304
181, 555
8, 172
291 022
120, 012
51, 682
316, 166
3,856; 408

j
i
!

2,381,931
7,806
121,933
7,763
213,750
S5,846
46,533
177,662 "
2,52^264 !

3,468,171

69,364

94,579

5,566,488 |

5,116,935

10,683.423 !

Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
Clay—
Brick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc.
Allother
"
.
(rlass and glass products

Total
Vl.f,n..nn
deductions. I ^ t income.

3,545,258

6
4 j

Total, liquors and beverages
Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizers
Gas,illuminating and h e a t i n g . . . .
Oils, and oil products
Faints and varnishes
Pa tent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allother

Gross
income.

CORP
CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

498

Total
deductions.

$16,588

|6,895

16,588

6,895

101,662 ,

',083

23,617 j
30,069 |

10

59,622 {

1,149

77,272
34,166
5,149
138,504
1,333,144 ,

1,545

409

8

22,520
21,681 !
216,501
31,187

684
103

2,770
26,663
102,296

18!

241,619
45,448 !

1,097
8 388
25,118
14,261

385,468

442,415

55,947
i

30,802
502,787
1

72,423

30,658 ;
222,9*35 ;
68,394

144
279,852 ;

35,467
6,491

4,029 !

2 ;

113,668

94,842 j

18,826 j

7 i

719,680

416,829 !

302,851 '.

1 i
1 !
6,057

41,590
10,290

6,123
3,799

27,212 :

3
5.597

33,083

5,871

72,528 !
14,716 j

73.160
17,849

632
3,133

156,414 !

175,972

19,558

66
67
68
69
70

i
s
i
!

Metals and metal products other than iron and s t e e l Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel

71
72
73

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
,
All other

1
115
11
3

i
77 i
6
3 .

manufacturing

131

87 |




29,194 •

93,706
79,336
2,433,020

93,675
66,437
1,407,186 j

31 i
12,899 !
1.025,834 !

15.953
127.192

325.65S
4V59S
" <w2 95n
i

69,263 i
25, 847
3.534.013 ,

1.038
517
70.875

825

1,778,617

201,124

16,923

33, 734

16,811

1.800 i
27,663 i

10,383
31.007

8,583
3,344

6,500
8.022 ;
113.802 \

7.416 i
8,970 I
113,830 j

916
948
28

501,109
5,607
741,062

545,569 |
29,121 i
868,938 |

44.460
23.514
127,876

1.422.4SS

1.648.968 ,

226.4SO

190

6.785,203

7.755.379

970.176

319
2,544

394.921 |
74 4 45 '
9.526.963

180,965
19,334

3.059.012

182,294
1. 197.722

38 ! 1,500,664 j
5 i
76,829 |

l
258
20,516

3,462,872 i

1,681,629
96,168

42

1,774,062

198,247 !
1 324.914 '

10
1

8,102,793

6,521,884

1 !
1 i
3 1

12,777,392

162,749.496' 109,090.964

' 870. 044
,

44 | 1,577,493 |

10 !
1
21 -

53,658,532

1,041,404

24
4

4
19
1
4
15

!

7. V)4.96()
189. 727
6. 157. 441
641.164
571.187
9. 847
2.330.545
781.019 |

.",. s'W. 173
118, 921
5 983. 041
239. 866
297. 095
9. 5S4
1.902. 169
4t6

1.961,787 I
370,806
174,400 ;
404,298
274.092
263
428,376
95,603

39.237
7. 116
9, 438
8,086
4.501

19.138.920 |

4
24 i

Total, public utilities...

Total, banks

890
26,866 !
1,291
147 '

mechanical

Public utilities:
' 82
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
83
Railroads, steam
84
Railways, electric, city and suburban
85
Steamship transportation companies
86
Waterworks
87
Express companies
88
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
89
All other

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust companies.

44.484
1,657,676 i
64,572 j
7,330 !

9,876,855

20.647.436
and

17,378 •
7,662,097 j
340,755 !
82,563 i

825

Total, miscellaneous industries
Orand total,
industries

61,862
9,319,773
405,327 !
89,893 i

15.129,295

4.009,625 I

7S.944

is

8,567
1.694

3 1.309
l ;

2
5 :

9

16. 987 !
137. 749 ;
87. 379

17. 835 !
156. 996 ;
102. 781 :

848
19, 247
15. 402

326,663 j

18,593

642,057 j

•

57,563

2 552 619
212 Oil
187 124 j

1.711 186
163 ,042
5.598,919

S41 433
48 969
1.588 205

16.804
979
30,571

1
1
1

26.224
10,133
5,668 ,

27. 615
22, 177
23, 451

1 391
12 044
17 783

9 951 754 |

7.473 ,147 1

2, 478 607

48.354 i

3

42,025 j

73, 243

31 218

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]

Classification No.

R H O D E ISLAND—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Banks and insurance companies—Continued.
Insurance companiesLife
9?
94
Fire and marine (stock).
Fire and marine (mutual)
95
06
Casualty and surety
97
Fidelity
All other
98
Total, insurance companies

<
W
100
101
102
103

104
105

Grand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobber
Real estate . . .
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere provided for . . .
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of Rhode Island




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWINJ} NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

w

H
>
>
H

:

,
1
8
20
3

1
8
2D

71,266

$864,676
806,364
45,153

$127,134

$128,776

$1,642

2,733

2.177

$17,294
16,127
901

$7,879,426
806,364
116,419

$7,014,750

i

556

33

31

8,802,209

7,086,016

1,716,193

34.325

2

127,690

131.509 ;

76

71

18,753,963

14,559,163

4.194,800

82.678

5

169.715

204,752

35.037

10
70
143
37
22

9
59
107
21
17

4,236,020
6.203,530
2,258,902
1,138,030
922,443

3,271,903
4,761,710
1,359,836
966,776
879,730

964,117
1,441.820
899,066
171.254
42, 713

17,065
28,669
17,316
3,425
853

1
11
36
16
5

25,418
159,652
216,565
261,112
148,624

155,940
196,635
279.833
324,999
156,745

130,522
36.983
63.268
63,887
8,121

282

213

14,758,925

11,239,955

3,518,970

67,328

69

811,371

1,114,152

302, 781

546
345

403

22,713,508

16,467,314

6.246,194

120,688

143
345

2,457,267
181

2,893,098
2,417

435,831
2,236

1

3,819

891

403

22,713,508

16,467,314

6,246,194

120, 688

488

2.457,448

2.895,515

438,067

2,133

1,353

238,936,962

167,062,686

71,874,276

1,395,766

780

11,059,752

12,893,990

1,834.23S

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SOUTH CAROLINA.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
.
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
..
Oil gas and salt wells
All other
Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
.
..
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other
Total, food and kindred products
Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs ..
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods.. ..
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing




40
3
20
10

5
1
11
4

$401,426
8,061
88,419
283,872

$323,094
7,593
59,589
231,544

$78,332
468
28,830
52,328

$1,328
11
575
1,046

35
2
9
6

$180,583
19,677
43,907
1,089,983

$262,637
25,420
49,314
1,225,579

$82,054
5,743
5,407
135,596

73

21

781,778

621,820

159,958

2,960

52

1,334,150

1,562,950

228,800

12.565
4,780
25,296

2,654
1,100
4,249

53
22
85

2
1

125,164
32,428
8,405

140,631
34,772
15,416

15,487
2,344
7,011

42,641

8,003

160

7

165,997

190,819

24,822

i
!
3
2
6

2

15,219
5,880
29,545

11

A

50,644

2

1

4,861

4,488

373

7

1

18,177

18,473

296

6,479

129

3

3,065

7,197

4,132

I

6

3

22,024

15,545

2
11

2
6

17,734
104,124

14,855
87,619

2,879
16,505

57
335

5

31,347

36,021

4,674

14

13

1,977,790

1,791,083

186,707

2,547

1

20,573

34,348

13,775

4
1

4

163,628

94,446

9,182

40

29

2,008,036 I

222,125 |

2
122

2
115

229 212
62,866,009

191 700
51,962,741

6

6

394,658

1

1
1

304,332
37,690

a
a
o

w

184

2,230,161

Si

1

1

1,804

4,606

11

74,966

100,645

25,679

37 512
10,903,268

736
204,045

7

2,093,556

3,149,311

1,055,755

322 149

72 509

1 450

289,187 !
31,848

15,145
5,842

303
117

g

2,802

3,259

o
o

1

!

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TABLE 10a. CORPORATION INCOME TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
S O U T H CAROLINx\—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Textiles and their products—Continued.
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other
Total, textiles and their products
Iran and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products.
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments..
Total, lumber and its manufactures...
Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished..
Boots and shoes
Allother

43 ;
44 i

45 I

Total, leather and finished products...
Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing




i CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Total
num-

ber of i
cor- i Numpora- ; ber of
tions ; correport- poraing. | tions.

( rl'OSS

income.

$76,686
2,642,526

134

66,551,113 i

Total
deductions.

$61,069
2,118,500

54,977,194

Net income.

•115,617 :
524,026 i

11,573,919

NumNorma 1 i ber of
cortax.
porations.

$239
9,085

215,975

Cross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficii.

$1,399
3,270 ;

$2,966
$1,567
3,554 !
284
9 ! 2,098,225 ! 3,155,831 i 1,057,606

o
16

1,067,339

797,719

269,620 !

5,237

11,254
60,572 I

14,135
71, 642

2,881
11,070

16

1,067,339

797,719 j

269,620 ;

5,237

71,826 I

85,777

13,951

34

3,449,545

2.920,488 j
'"230," 909'I

9.
43 {

3,720,569

2 j
2 I

10,313
515

3,151,397 I

569,172 j

10,828

128,259

113,073

15,186 I

113,073

15,186

19,229
100,121 !

385 I
2,003 !

821,613
20,188
35,379

122,263
969
4,772

17 i

749,176

877,180

128,004

20,493

14,195

303

1,052,106 i

699,350
19,219
30,607

303

128,259

13 !
1 I
3

6,298

529,05

129,107
1,152,227

20,493

1j
23 i

1,167 |
258,737 1

14,195

2,119
324,668 I

952
05,931

Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electro typing, type
Total, paper and printing
47
48
49

54

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fertilizers
< las, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products.
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap. .
All other

63
64

65
66
67
68
69
70

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures.
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
('arriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad street car^ etc )
All other

Total, stone, clay, and glass products

Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel




119, 350

26

419,437

346,388

26

419,437

346,388

23 ,

1, 465,093

1,007,028

458, 065

50
2
2;

2, 168,937
104 631
521

1,771.209
83 435
208

397, 728
21 196
313

7,784 :
i
6,210 i
424 i
6 i
63 i

259,904

326,787

66,883

7

37,468

42.535

5,067

7

37,468

42,535

5,067

2
3
1
19

235
23,518
255
630,027

2 913
33,014
549
708,617

2,678
9,496
294
78,590

2

1,753

2,638

885

6

9,579

15,177

5,598

33

665,367

762,908

97,541

1
1

1,547
3,000

2,827
5,306

1,280
2,306

35,452
338
12,194

36,543
33,427
Iti, 100

1,091
33,089
3,906

94,203

41,672

2,388

24

73, 049

1,462

73, 049

1,462

W
H

...

stone, d a y , and glass products
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
Clay- Brick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clav, etc
A11 other
< lass and glass products
1

61

1,161,984

2
26
1
69
2

Tot'il. chemicals and allied products

59
60

1, 281,334

33

Total, liquors and beverages

30

33

Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other

9

3

68,213

63,749

4, 464

B0 j

3, 807,395

2,925,629

881, 766

14,487 !

4

3

1. 145,371
21,652

S26,562
20,456

318, 809
1 196

6,377
24

10
2

5

135,560

118,915

16, 645

333

2

2

122,971

112,078

10 893

200

23

12 ,

1, 425,554 j

1,078,011

347 543

0,934 ;

11

52,531

1

1
1
1!

241,390
31,960
72,735

114 995
23,490
63,481

126
8 470
9 V>54

2 528
169 i
139

1

113

1
1

5

• >i
1

• >

346,085 !

201,966

144 119

2,836

3,479

3,650

17,536

19,680

21,015

23,330

o

2,144

2

r.

171

1

H

2,315

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
SOUTH CAROLINA—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies..
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other
Total, public utilities.




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

$39,449

$15,062

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

Deficit.

I

$54,511

$302

13,986 |

1,271

$423
2,898

40,327

15,257

$23,560
9,344 i

48,345

3,484,457
415

108
252

84,461,703

',234,840
580,876
777,726
148,652
61,747
96,138

192,941

560

2,473,443

1,835,493
959,788
1,401,411
68,154
114,566

62

845,547
107, 763
1,4%, 698

161,685
550,039

724,882 I
186

5,297,235

4,376,8

163,959 |
21,835
808,887

101,408
8,535
84,172

112,889
8,986
89,399

11,481
451
5,227

264,025 I

292,523

28,498

5,782,212

1,481,411
68,991
156,129

O

3,279 !
436 ;
15,870 !

5
2
7

1,011,014

19.912 i

22

15,226,863 |
!
I
j
I
I

283,621 j

145

254,617 !
182,062 j
252,759 I
6,407 I
18,428 1

5,092 j
3,381
5,056 I
128 !
369 j

142,440 | 211,431
915,752 I 1,071,881

31,256
174,843

625 j
3,470 S

920,372

32
Q

25

T
1,009,506
129,598
2,275,585

s

8,018

$23,137
6,446

18,121

4,300,801

6,312 I
14,024

537
4,695

8,444
128,748
66

6,849
18,719
9,604
142,866

1,160
14,118

1,215,720

1,461,350

245,630

3
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90
91
92

94
95
96
97
98

Q9

100
101
102
103

104
105

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks...
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies
Total, banks
Insurance companiesFife
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and suretv
Allother
Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising companies:
Department stores .
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate.
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for ...
. .
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of South Carolina

74
302
40

70
288
28

3 094 754
4,580,692
231,329

2,071,669
3,007,895
149,653

1,023,085
1,572,797
81,676

20,118
31,397
1,629

4
14
12

127,120
265,643
135,875

156,420
348,946
147,077

29.300
83.303
11,202

416

386

7,906,775

5,229,217

2,677,558

53,144

30

528,638

652,443

123,805

564 172

524 204
467,789

39 968
46,046
9,988
6,398
5,040

799
922
200
128
101

4
2

293,238
177,944

308,942
203,683

15, 704
25,739

1

806

957

151

9
8
3
2

8
2

513,835
9,988
15 347
73,097

29

22

1,176,439

1,068,999

107,440

2,150

7

471,988

513,582

41,594

2,784,998

55,294

37

1,000,626

1,166,025

165,399

[-3

445

408

9,083,214

6,298,216

108
97
39
14

6
93
54
19
9

301 763
3,057,310
'329,677
170,280
441, 786

248 406
2, 029,388
168,946
154,827
405,429

53.357
1 - 027! 922
160', 731
15,453
36,357

1.063
19'692
3,215
299
629

15
43
20

137,072
50,196
253,905
14,872

168,691
115,281
275,841
20,494

"31,619
fin, 085
21,936
5,622

2
M
Q
&

264

181

4,300,816

3,006,996

1,293,820

24,898

83

456,045

580,307

124,262

taj

1,751
559

1,175

11,862,608

8,743,924

3,118,684

60,168

576
559

3,574,933
3,319

7,712,446
34,463

4,137,513

31,144

g
S

2,310

1,175

11,862,608

8, 743,924

3,118,684

60,168

1,135

3,578,252

7,746,909

4,168,657

3,915

2,390

115,837,998

92,325,300

23,512,698

445,222

1,525

12,051,591

18,490,572

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry




^

6,438,981

SOUTH

1
2
3
4

8,949
68,057

DAKOTA.

26
6
28

10
2
18

$65,837
77,711
769,046

$57,265
64,373
622,338

$8,572
13,338
146,708

$173
254
2,933

16
4
10

$37,047
33,233
89,777

$61,459
43,968
126,454

$24,412
10,735
36,677

60

30

912,594

743,976

168,618

3,360

30

160,057

231,881

71,824
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TABLE 10a. -CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBLTTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued .
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,191(5.]

SOUTH DAKOTA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

i Total
i imra- i___
| her of j
;
cor- N u m 0 1

' tionsl * corS^ ! ' '

; report-j pora- '
ing. j tions.
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines.
Gold and silver and precious metals.
Iron mines..
Lead and zinc mines...
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells.
Allother
Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products
Bread and bakery products
Coiiee and spices
Flour mills and grist mills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice'cream.
Food preparations, all other.
Total, food and kindred products.
Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs
Cordage and twine




2

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

"ross

income.

Total

deductions.

Net income.

Normal

Number of
corporations.

<Jross
income.

1
Total
j deduo1 tions.

$5,290 |

...

858,146

1 !.

$70,507 !
j

§1.
i

23, i n T

10 !
29 j

43

$65,264
"*20,'040'

S104

275 j
30,854 j

64

S5,243 ;

"33.'315~i

93,678

85,304

8,374

448,478 !

403,504

44,974 i

902

927,880

168

$5,306 :

D(».fk?il.

$16

864,642 !
275 ;
32,140 :
538 !
83,940 ;
986,850

1,286
538
50,634
58,970

21,973
526,349
22 I

21,852 :
492,694 i

121
33,655

583.718

452.248 •

11,188
221,408

4,174 I

77.052 !

2,976

30,976

2,132

27,497 I

31,952

58,438 •!'

77," 280 j

:
46,823 •
841 ;

53, 332
1,587

509
746

272, 179

35,660

214 i

1,445,372 I

74,076
28,844

131,470 !

75,074 j

13
3

30 i

3
2
674

i

4,455
18,S42

i
86,262 I

83 i

1,686,780

26

236, 519

CO

26 j
27 I
28
29
30
31 !
32
33
34

Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings.
Allother

97,544 I

35 I

36 I

3 !

Iron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steelworks, and roiling mills,.
Foundry and machine shops

37
38
39 j

Total, lumber and its manufactures

'36^858';'

"6,'674

104

93,170 I

47,906

929

141,076 i

825

157,728 !

130,422 I

27,306

531

12,581

13,578 I

997

157,728 |

130,422 i

27,306

531 |

12,581 j

13,578

997

14,879 |

14,986 j

"M"

179,211 !

134,880 I

44,331

S86 L

5 j

179,211 :

134,880 I

44,331

886 i

Total, iron and steel products..
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

41,232

43^532 V

Total, textiles and their products.

56,312 ;

i
:
:.
j
i

40
41
42

Leather and finished products—
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
All other.

43
44
45
46

1 j-

Paper and p r i n t i n g Paper and wood pulp
!.
Manufacturers of paper
i
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (en- !
graving, stereotyping and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
\.
*
;.

14,986

>
107

2

!
j.
I.

Total, leather and finished products.

Total, paper and printing-..47
48
49

Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted.
All other.
Total, riquors and beverages .

50
51

Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizers




a
6
1
14

6,133
168,509

1,240
25,784

174,642

4,893
142,725

27,024

827,280

28 |

699,127

128,153

2,564 :

827,280

699,127

128,153

2,564

303,446
169,245

249,550 !
145,452 i

53,896 ,
23,793 i

1,078 i.
'447 |

3, 438

4,259

821

472,691

395,002

77, fi

1,525 i

3,438

4,259

821

'TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

co
gs

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]

Classification No.

SOUTH

52
53
54
55
56
57
58

59
60
61
62
63
64

65
66
67
68
69
70

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

;

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Number of
corporations.

Normal
tax.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

5

3

$158,119

*1241 ftQfi

$34,023

$680

2

$30,559

$32,116

$1,557

: • • • ; * :

.

Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
All other
Glass and glass products

O

1
1
3

. |

5,494

5,129

365

7

2

10,092

12,695

2,603

4

163,613

129,225

34,388

687

4

40,651

44,811

4,160

2
4
. .

1

8

Total, stone, clay, and glass products
Metals and metal products other than iron and s t e e l Smelters .
Manufactures
Automobile, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons.
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

H
>

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Chemicals and allied products—Continued.
Gas illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products
.

Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum refined
Soap
All other

DAKOTA—Continued.

1
1

119
8,230

63
7,103

56
1,127

1
23

1
3

100
24,731

536
26,807

436
2,076

4

2

13,377

12,696

681

14

2

27,542

34,355

6,813

1

1

11

4

21,726

19,862

1,864

38

1
1

1
1

45,857
1,502

40,188
873

5,669
629

113
13

2

2

47,359

41,061

6,298

126

23,774
7

76,147

31,391
93,089

7,617m
16,942

a
o

g

71
72
73
yc
76
77
78
79
80
81

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
.
.
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur g o o d s . . . .
.
. .
Shipbuilding
Building construction..
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads,
tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
Industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
82
Railroads steam
83
Railways, electric, city and suburban
*
M
Steamship transportation companies
85
Waterworks
86
Express companies
87
Telephone telegraph and radio companies
88
Allother
89
Total, public utilities
Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies

flS
04
95

06
07
08

64

o

1
1

29 620
1,163
585

32,723
1,258
585

3 103
95

2

1

18,807

16,002

2,805

30

1

3,568

7,982

4,414

8

5

100,917

91,252

9,665

194

3

13,518

19,302

5,784

5

3

103,125

95,365

7,760

155

2

13,190

13,356

166

21

10

237,369

213,938

23,431

443

11

61,644

75, 206

13,562

192

125

3,914,833

3,302,059

612,774

11,903

67

593,477

692,750

99,273

42
2
3
i
6

27

1,026,307

825,019

201,288

4,009

15
2

120.209
451 590

123,946
2 335 341

3

loO 431
35, 315
27,809

94,909
31,077
21,123

5 522
1, 238
6.686

108
133

3

9,007

179
23

135
22

1,151,419
254,745

919,843
157,566

231,576
97,179

4,598
1,543

44
i

96,175

191

2,596,026

2,049,537

546,489

10,476

65

680,234

NO

3,737
1 883 751
.. ' - '
""
9,525
518

zn
H
>
C3
W
H
o

104,731
5.512

8,556
2,2S9

O

2,579,085

1,898,851

. . . .

Grand total, banks and insurance companies

125
494
11

117
456
8

3,707,392
5,772,850
139,521

2,841,339
4,148,587
112,518

866,053
1,624,263
27,003

17,321
32,411
'540

8
38
3

126,809
181,827
3,285

134,242
337,776
4,016

7,433
155,949
731

581

9,619,763

7,102,444

2,517,319

50,272

49

311,921

476,034

4

652,906

604,832

48 074

962

is

18,286
168,043

131,059

18,286
36,984

366
741

M

O
§
2
.H

164,113

4
1
18
47

Total, insurance companies




3 201

630

Total, banks
Insurance companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other .

111,319

14 520

256

Total, miscellaneous industries

90
91
92

1
1

29

!

71

51

839,235

735,891

103,344

2,069

7oT

632

10,458,998

7,838,335

2,620,663

52,341

9 484

43,411

33,927

113,342

122,606

9,264

1

j

1

1
18

12,089

12,338

249

20

134,915

178,355

43,440

446,836

651,389

237,553
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TABLE 10a.- CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)
S O U T H DAKOTA—Continued.

INDUSTRIKS.

100
101
102
103

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Keal estate
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants..
Total, merchandising companies

104
105

All other corporations of every description n o t elsewhere provi ded for
Corporations—inactive
T o t a l , miscellaneous c o m p a n i e s
(Jrand total for t h e S t a t e of S o u t h Dakota

i Total j
number of
cor- Num.- i
pora- I ber of j
tions ! cor- •
: report-j poraing. ! lions. •

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Total
deductions.

(i ross

income.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of, (.Jross
cor- ;
pora- ; income.
tions.

53
21 ;

$23,976 ;
2.254,071 i
217,507 I
36.759 '
104, ,852

$7,308
1.431,323 ;
161,819
25.842
84)122

$16,668 i
822,748 '
55) 688 '.
10,917 !
20.730 |

$133
17,311
1,123
217
414

125 ;

95

2,637,165 '

1,710,414 ;

926,751 !

19,198 I

30

S76
203 .

664

!

3,040.425 !

58,399 j

212
203

1_
3.040,425 J

58,399 ]

415

1 I

56
37
20
11

; 1,079

1

9,06S,666

664 '

;

6,028,241

9,068,66(5 •

2, 442

29.681,960

:

6,028,241 j

21,757,866

7.924,094!

155,845!

3
16
4 •

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

$37,920 ,
98,143
5,327 :
145,760 i

$42,924 i
136;135 I
7,950 ;
155,366

$5,004
37,992
2.623
9.606

287,150 j

342,375

55,225

95S.779

1,271,213 i
1,023 '•

315,434
1,023

V.

958,779 I

1,275,236

316,457

c
c

69S ; 4,054,413

6,762,566 j 2,708,153

TENNESSEE.

1
2 ;
3 :
4

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.

20
20
11
11

11
10 ;
8 \

$822,579
219,371
297,855

1292,090 j
199,496
237,706 ;

-$530,489
19,875
60,149

$10.400
' 359
1.138

9
10
3
11

$33, 50/
34, 913 !
1, 843 !
148, 718 J

$61, 090
49, 682 .
•
6, 489 i
209, 457

$27.5X3
14,769
4,646
60,739

Total, agriculture and anima! husbandry

62

29 |
I

1,339, 805

729,292 |

610,513

11,897

33

218, 981 |

326, 718

107,737

1,086,808
434,491
93,178

20,688
8,690
1,864

34

2,534, 738 | 2, 899,929

365,191

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines..
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals.




91
1
2

57 •

I
1

10,354,821
774,012
190,035

9,268,013
339,521
96,857

1

50 j

182

132

c

Iron mines
10 !
11
12

Lead and zinj m i n e s . . .
Quarries
oil, gas, and s.jli wells..
\li other
Total, e \ I ruction ol mineralManufacturing and mechanical indusirieFood and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving fh'sh and oyster^, Iniiis
and vegetables)
!
< )]eomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products
Bread and bakery products
CoJl'ee and spices
Flour mills and grisi mills
Sugar refining (nol including beei sugan and molasses
Beet sug<v
••' i.!\ . l i - r r r y and'"' w '' i " < i rp
Food preparation^, -all oiiiei

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

;
i
'
!
:
i
!

li.l.l'.H)

193.
32',
:iO9.

939
940
177

257,981

bl

s5

12.316. 111

10..Vil.01."i

J3

11

779

')21 120

30 ri>0

s

1 M 103

173 ~)22

IS, ")Sl

'b7,
1)7 >

27b
3")7

2()2 ) > »
"_

s,

(»O

>1

Total, lumber and its manufactures.




. 3 32 4S7

Ms bl ',
2 K)S 971

)11 S02

1, 0K(>

231
1,025

NM, " 7
>
43.24
162,71

79

3,435,790

U2.530
21.751

3.991,956

2 Oil
)S 09 3

)D1
124
1 IS
023

721
210
01 s 513

93!

1 712 511

717
17 939
169 bil

021
! 42S
! 911
" 8S1

b20
b()S
010
ls2 0)1

101
12 140

2\2

17 s2l
2 3,n21

6S6

IS

170

32 h'h

O

139

13
*
20

") ,31

291 93b

2 90s S02

12
>

l

201

19")

isi
2)0

1 717

7 37

;t
1S7
3 36

s()7

")1^

2 0")3 997
lol 742

12
01

9

>uo 332

13 "loT s31

10 » > J > 171

919 3S1
7 JO S37

s 30b 107
10 47b 042

112
30

2

10

s,

\u
30

1

97S 65 s
S2"> 32s
737 640 ^

13 l i l b ' b

729
293
260

309, 13b

U2~>

13 710 2ls

>()

101 922
12 ">4s
117 s7/

1 1 30

slO
020

s-U 213

70f>

Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

T)l

439,601

24") 933
It) bl I

Total, food and kindred product-..
Textiles and their products
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

732.033
18, 19b
138,183

Uu

13
1

20
7
11

• )1 3

13

Total, textiles and their products

35
36

51,33^
11.571
51,196

3
13

27
10

20hJ 293
712

b s«3 19b
1 4 »7 621
-', 19s 6 41

10

7>.

1

)S

104
112
2o 003
19 772

2b;

117
625
32*
013
11")

•",,

ttO 72S

f b()

()i>0 ")3">

304 130*
2b 3

1
5
"
»
3
\

U 3

">w! 999

I ~ ")S 1
>

' 11 )S9

2^ 712

27
M
27
>2
72

3b 1

297
20 3

19b

1 2bO
>7 S')")
300
2 424

bSS

ObO

>47 391

si 095

139
913
,9S4

ISO

11« OK)

24

)01 1SS

1 142 ">4i

39 8W>
241 r>7

27

377
042

27^

08") 4b2
707

29b

120 ">()(>
12 ")1S

•)7««

1,21.0 ")9l

2S1 223

2s
II

3b8

701
"nO 233
179

)13, 9S2

1 184

134 l i b
. ">9 719

1 bb")

170 719
lib 117
460

20"),

492,2

TABLJS 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX-DISTRIBUTION Oi INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.

co
£

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1910.]
TENNESSEE—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

G ross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

11

8

$286,080

$243,399

$42,681

.$843

3

S143,906

Total, leather and finished products

11

8

286,080

243,399

42,681

843

3

143,906

9
$154, 743

$10.837

154,743 \

10,837

=
2
9
89

2
7
58

31,393
735,351
4,577,064
69,212

61,449

7,763

127

104

71

5,413,020

4,656,564

756,456

1
2
40

30

898,628

486,879

Total, liquors and beverages

43

30

898,628

Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals
Fertilizers .
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products..
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum r e f i n e d . . . . . . .

9
4
4
31
6
26
1

4
1
1
16
3
15

1,051,734
12', 480
169,662
3,492,427
97,277
557,298

Total, paper and printing
Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted
All other

50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Deficit,
!
i

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Leather and finished p r o d u c t s Leather tanned curried and finished
Boots and shoes
All other
Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing. .
industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)

Total
deductions.




.

. . .

4

20,276
563,152
4,011,687

11,117
172,199
565,377

223
2,977
10,692

2
31

35,773
858,840

38,652
944,185

14,019

33

894,613

982,837

88,224

8,229

1
2
10

713
581 640
54,893

1 494
602 944
80,438

781
21 304

411,749

486,879

411,749

8,229

637,246

684,876 j

47,630

640, 489
11,210
131,652
2, 881,010
86,908
463,494

411,245
1,270
38,010
611,417
10,369
93 804

8 228
25
760
10,637
'207
1 880

28 120
53,258
62,734
1 965,764
123,658
86 203
35,000

46 706
116,424
72,355
2 177 294
197 619
105 860 '
37. 500

18 586
63' 166
9,621
211 530

;

2, S79
85,345

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5
3
15
3
il
I

•?.h riAFt

73 Qftl

'9 fi-^
2,500

All other
Total, chemicals and allied products.

64

596
624,467

680 I
821,615 I

84
197,148

43.362

51 I 2,979,800

3,576,053 I

'6,253

45? 272 j
75,165

9.146
1,501

100
61,046

143
66,137

358, 758

47,663 I

933

205.794
58,532

236,358
63,048 j

30,564
4,516

29,900
386,036

1,575 I
43,160 !

31
863

3,118,829

2,493,994

624,835 ;

12,474

325,472

365,686

40,214

65

18,265
160,678

14,268
112,945

3,997 j
47,733 I

956

89,573

123,088

33,515

1,245,400

242,158 I

4,758

41,515
149,730

83,253
247,408

70

52," 962

""35^593"

347

41,738
97,678

17,369 !

1,719 463

1,408,206

311,257

6,141

280,818

453,749 i

5 i

3,291,176
36,430
102,137

1,308,474
30, 960
92,483

1,982,702
5.470
9,654

39.604
'109
178

19,144
32,200
24,460
1,428
24,169

20,447
33,6S3
32, 804
2,630
32,161

1
11

9 |

5,333
331,234

1,261
293,468

17,211

18,351

1,140

46
3
101

29 !
2 !
69 j

6,313,804
60,433
3,813,958

5,751,209
49,868
3,372,636

562,595
10,565
441,322

10, 728
212
8, 633

1,694,391
813,305

1, 823, 480
650
912,497

129, 089
650
99,192

186

124 I

13,954,505

10,900,359 j

3,054,146

60,297

2, 62a, 308

2, 876,703

250,395

1,072

726 •

81,217,131

62,935, 086

18,282,045

351,209

12,878,623

1,912

2,161,289

31
17
13
3
12

4,108,248
30,624,219
7,930,211
127,358
59,016

3,258,996
25,246,185
6,981,177
93,377 I
40,790 !

849,252
5,378,034
949,034
33,981
18,226

16,263
105,346
18,493
680
361

418,769
2,768,424
36,624
137,264
2l, 281

457,133
3,383,409
' 67,538
149,859
28,733

49,199
1,170,260

4,149
1,210,039

63 I
21,564 !

62 I

7,814.525

5,434,222

2,380.303

1,382,305
869,432

925,033
794,267

406,421

31,475
429,196

Total, stone, clay, and glass products.

53.34*
2,380,299

I
6 |

113 '

Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, e t c . .
All other
\ '.
G lass and glass products

20

4 |
11 1

29 i

23

Metals and metal products other than iron and s t e e l Smelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber, goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks




1,487,558

1 :
9 !

2

33 i

19

4,072
37,766 j

346
18
17
2 I

II

43
5,091

172,931
1,303
1,483
8,344
1,202
7,992

38,364
614, 985
30,914
12 505
7.; 452

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dee. 31, 1916.]
TENNESSEE—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES

CORPORATION."* SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deduct ions.

Net income.

Public utilities—Continued.
Kxpress companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
Allother.
89 |

2
132
135

1
74
94

$18,563,788
737,993
2,690;i36

$1*5,856,291
682,041
2,298,323

$1, 707, 497
55,952
391,813

Total, public utilities

389

245

64,840,969

55,457,180

9,383,789

114
359
65

345 I
56 |

538

Total, banks.
93 !
94 '
95 :
96 !
97
98

Normal
tax.

•S31,150
1,092
7,659 I
184,044

Number of
corporations.

<'«ross
income.

Total
deductions.

84, 223
147,827
378,181

$1,185
14,242
58,228

144 : 3,838,938 j 4,616,903

777,965

1
58
41

#3,038 :
133,585 '
319,953 !

508

5,915,168 j
3,751,298 i
2,787,625 !
12,454,091

4,067,103 :
2,327,569 i
1,827,2,32

1.848,065
,423, 729
1,423,729
960,393

36,917
28,387 ,
19,409

14
9

390,980 i
43,119 ,
224,838 ,
'

441,267 :
51,687 :
245,295 ;

41,287
S.568
20'.4";7

8,221,904

4,232,187

84,713

30

667,937)

738,249

70.312

Insurance companiesLife
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allother

185,010
1,538 j .

19,514

Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies.. .
99
100
101
102

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Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies




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BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies

90
91
92

CORPORATION* SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

926,772 !
\
j
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j
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17
260 |
123 i
60 !

14
229
68
30

2,499,541 i 2,014,426 ;
20,577,884 ! 13,889,522
577,619 I
1,178,569
755,408 ;
851,631

485,115 !
6,688,362 j
600,950
96,223 ]

9, 118
131, 756
12, 002 ;
1, 921 i

3
31
55
30

745, 595
456, 696
331; 982
530, 454

797,905
568,381
560,406
630,665

89,826
52.370
1 LI, 685
228,424
100,211

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Hotolsand ivstaurants

30

104 j All o t h e r c o r p o r a t i o n s of e v e r y description n o t elsewhere j
p r o v i d e d for
; 1,489
105 ; Corporations—inactive
'5
445 T o t a l , miscellaneous c o m p a n i e s
Grand t o t a l for t h e S t a t e of Tennessee

IS

:

490

Total, merchandising companies

1,934
\ 4,670

1,247,455 ;

359 :

26,355,080

991

24,105,195

1,116,950

!

311.026

33,656

18,353,925 I

S, 001,155 !

157,201 ]

131 | 2,342,097 S 2,868,443

526,346

18, 722,967

\

130,505 •

5,382,228

104, 719 ;
i

498 4,078,316
445 ••
5

104,719 <

943 I 4,078,321

i
24,105,195 i

;

\
18,722,967

5,382,228 |

2, 961 , 230, 748,919 j 182,011, 707

48, 737,212 j

!

2,404 j

12

277,370 ,

919,638 j 1, 709 ! 27, 629, 696

5,792,101
16,185 ,

1,713,785
16,180

5,808,286 :

1,729,965

33,578,990 : 5.949,294

TEXAS.
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
F arming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber, not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
(i old and silver and previous metals
1 ron mines
I
1 .ead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
A11 other
Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine
i
Slaughtering and meat packing,and meat products.:
Bread and bakery products.
'
Coffee and spices*.
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and ;
molasse
,
Beet sugar
;
Confectionery and ice cream
|
Food preparations, all other
j
Total, food and kindred products..




47 i
22
58
9;

21
S
34 ,
5 |

136 |
25 :
3
2
1

$1,300,094
264,207
1,426,636
404,782 i
3,395,719 !

11
!

863,642 '
13,294 !

>974,425
234,485
897,168
242,918

$325,669
29,722
529,468
161,864

•Stt.512
506
10,465 !
3,237 ;

14
24
4

$354,2*5
101,702
864,384
30,151

$547,125
144,485
1,323,205
92,481

^192,840
42,783
458,821
62,330

2,348,996 !

1,046,723

20,720 I

68

1,350,522

2,107,296

755,774

538,907

610,960
7', 301)
5,936
2,575

72,053
7', 300
4,542

747,030
13,148

116,612
146

2,331
3

1,394
3
102
12 '

227,345 !
34,234,410 :
478,769 |

210,950
18,743,735
390,357

16,395
15,490,675
88,412

319 !
309,653 i
1,767 |

4
116
20

27,452
627,861
415,384

35,042
1,444,485
606,214

7,590
816,624
190,830

129 !

35,817,460 j

20,105.220 I

15,712,240

314,073 i

159 1,610,998

2,712,512

1,101,514

15

668,095

527,182 j

140,913

74,897

4

156,249

128,178 j

28,071

562

11
10
4
67

50

4,707,417
l'015,317
71,011
6,025,594

3.475,327 ,
;
915,098
61,670
3,934. 772

1,232,090
100)219
9,341
2,090,822

23,044
2,004
157
40,068

1

912,660

843,263 \

69,397

1,388

20 :
22 !

15 j
16 !

1,137,160 i
1,102,864 i

916,598 j
975,707

220,562 :
127,157 j

4,377
2,541

7
218
32

169 | 115

15,796,367 j

11,777,795

4,018,572 |

10

76,935 |

251,698

326.595

3

63,887

84,067

20,180

209,451
178,525
52,847
528.836

221,479
185,136
57,041
680,511

12,028
6,611
4,194
15L675

33,387

68.738

35,351

69,439 i
65,736

81,318
70,534

g

11,879
4,798

5
6

:

54 ! 1,453,806

1,775,419 i

321,613

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Classification No.

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
T E X A S—Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

30
31
3?
33
34

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Textiles and their products—
Carpets and rugs
Cordage and twine .
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other .

35
36

Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

37
38
39

Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

40
41
42

Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished p r o d u c t s Leather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
All other

24
26
27
28

Total, leather and finished products




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.
!

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

GO

H

§
20

17

$3,041,403

1
1
10
3

1
9
3

359,634
703,250
389,767

$2,317,626

I

--

166,293
467,222
320,539

$723,777

$14,448

193,341
236,028
69,228

3 867
4,710
1 385

3

i'

$22,288

$20,676

GQ

369

$1,612

369

a

1

22,794

24,004

1,210

22,255

5

5

597,339

435,827

161,512

3,211

40

35

5,091,393

3,707,507

1,383,886

27,621

5

24,406

46,661

5
74

4
54

335,963
6,031,666

150,418
4,637,016

185,545
1,394,650

3,711
27,180

1
20

123,894
176,796

123,894
258,660

81,864

79

58

6,367,629

4,787,434

1,580,195"

30,891

21

300,690

382,554

81,864

88
7
29

56
6
22

10,218,543
527,020
2,366,930

8,218,151
387,230
1,865,834

2,000,392
139,790
501,096

41,838
2,797
8,642

32
1
7

4,550,325
718
129,234

5,119,150
1,973
183,224

568,825
1.255
53,990

124

84

13,112,493

10,471,215

2,641,278

53,277

40

4,680,277

5,304,347

624,070

1
7

1

242

431

189

30,721
1,453,884

29,485
1,022,682

1,236
431,202

25
8,625

1

9,502

i3,69i

4,189

8

1,484,605

1,052,167

432,438

8,650

2

9,744

14,122

4,378

1
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8

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44
45
46

Paper a n d printing—
j
Paper a n d wood p u l p .
.,..«.
I
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing .
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
Total, paper and printing

!
14
132

9
90

985,153
7,842,328

715,976
6,980,145

269,177
862,183

5,384
16,984

5
42

101,019
579,821

115,154
664,553

14,135
84,732

5

4

77,124

67,823

9,301

186

1

12,676

14,663

1,987

151

103

8,904,605

7,763,944

1,140,661

22,554

48

693,516

794,370

100,854

1
7
27

7
16

11,695

11,695

5 362 566
523,668

4 378,410
445,954

984 156
77,714

19 685
1,554

11

152,107

175,842

23,735

47
48
49

Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages

35

23

5,886,234

4,824,364

1,061,870

21,239

12

152,107

187,537

35,430

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58

Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allot'her

8
3
9
165
4
11
11
3
12

4
1
5
103
3

129,900
78,216
96,368
12,360,129
182,289
73,618
230,039
137 417
482,900

28,654
28,046
68,754
3,074,114
26,728
11,735
342,368
46 828*
263,252

573
561
1,376
57,763
455
235
6,847
715
5,264

4
2
4
62
1
6
6

10,695
2,227
21,511
3,198,596
18,863
121,003
3,285

14,304
17,876
33,246
3,686,342
32,503
134,119
25,015

3,609
15,649
11,735
487,746
13,640
13,116
21,730

. 8
3

158,554
106,262
165,122
15,434,243
209,017
85,353
572,407
184 245
746,152

4

37,660

42,292

4,632

226

137

17,661,355

13,770,876

3,890,479

73,789

89

3,413,840

3,985,697

571,857

2
11

2
7

479 491
274,833

379 611
250,069

99 880
24,764

1 997
496

4

133,187

167,065

33,878

41
7
3
5

23
3
3
4

1,287,122
79,330
321,684
760,440

1,137,301
56,289
297,137
713,565

149,821
23,041
24,547
46,875

2,997
462
490
938

18
4

453,035
21,687

501,156
25,427

48,121
3,740

1

5,843

5,875

32

69

42

3,202,900

2,833,972

368,928

7,380

27

613,752

699,523

85,771

18
4
5
2

11
2
3
2

517,217
290,752
79,474
181,588

328,982
286,807
68,785
117,583

188,235
3,945
10,689
64,005

3,677
78
213
1,174

7

I

63,840
5,087
21,111

143,344 !
9,646
25,721

79,504
4,559
4,610

29

18

1,069,031

802,157

266,874

5,142

11

90,038

178,711

88,673

Total, chemicals and allied products

59
61
62
63
64

Stone, clay, and glass products—
Stone—
Cement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery terra cotta fire clay etc
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products

65
66
07 i
70

Metals and metal products other than iron and s t e e l Smelters
Manufactures .
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and. wagons
. . .
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
All other
.
.
.
.
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
...,
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T E X A 8 —Continued.
Total !
num- I
ber of j
cor- | Numpora- j ber of
tions j correport-j poraing. ! tions.

INDUSTRIES.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

(< ross
income.

Total
deductions.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET IXCOMK.

Number of
corporations.

Net income. ! N ormal

Uross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
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Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur £"-"'*'*
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction: contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
V
All other:

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$4,787 •
56,162 i
84,808 ;

.18,256
69,115 ,
99,709 i

S3,469
12,953
14.901

19,136

1166 :
4

38,589

19,453

1,037,644

971,768 |

65,876 !

1,317

2

10,582

12,718 ,
!

2,136

31
1
145

3,181,419
102,105
6,811,000

2,641,882;
100,835 !
5,687,643 j

539,537
1.270 i
1,123,357 |

10.796
25
21,880 |

25 i
2 |
42 |

2,441,336
29,571
788,404

2,710,152
31,683
861.269 ;

268,816
2,112
72,805

275 I

Grand Total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries.

Total, public utilities..

$46,571

$H,302
179

56
3

Total, miscellaneous industries.

Public Utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam.
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
Allother

$54,873
575

192

11,187, 616

9 449,095 j
,

1,738, 521

34,188 j

S3

3,434,786

3,831,491

396,705

815 :

89,764, 228 | 71,240,526 | 18,523, 702

361,666 I

1,207 !

I
i

,

139 I
296

10,662,611 j
97 ,
81 i 143,587,901 |
6,101,685 i
2,461,350 !
1,254,098 i
49 i
270,049 S
2!
1,926,900 I
103 !
6,672,974 I
194 j

8,085,510
124,292,320
5,169,689
2,356,179
873,862
259,584
1,478,390
4,795,478

2,577,101
19,295,581 i
931,996 I
105,171
380,236 |
10,465 j
448,510 !
1,877,496 !

51,532
379,168
18,466
1,914
7,517
'209
9,098
33,996

810 I

549 | 172,937,568

147,311,012

25,626,556 j

501,900 j

129 j
66 I
2i

|
i
I
!
j
I.
I

392 | 14,866,962

17,200,432 | 2,333,470

447,076
29,586,676
4,035,890
413,192
109,272

538,793 :
91,
32,453,451 ! 2,866,
4,456,103 [!
420, 213
457,030
43, 838
36, 537
145,809 <

36 I
588,539
102 | 1,127,553
261 | 36,308,198

694,302 i
1,410,252 i

105, 763
282,

40,155,740 ! 3,847,542

^

3

O

o

IK)
91 :
92

Banks and Insurance Compun.t ,
Banks—
National B a n k s
Savings b a n k s a n d S t a t e b a n k s
T r u s t companies
,

;

'

Total, b a n k s
93
94
95
96
97

!
j
!
I

1 ;

99
100
101
102
103

Total, merchandising companies
104
105

i
{

j

14
307
200
108
38

36.187,512 |

21.821,896 j

14,365,616

8,380,697
308,607 1
27,499 I
502,433 j

7,788,251'
293,262 I

592,446
15,345
27,499
144,424

1

4,220 j

*358J669J
3*680

9,652.968
3; 892; 772 i
819,876 !

540 :

192,084 j
77,319 |
15,2J8 I

21
59
10

284,651 I
11,847
307
551
2,890

!
i
;
i

i
!
i
j

667;

8,443,202

780,254 |

30.265,098

15,145,870 :

300,251 j 123

15,601 j

11
261
95
53

2,405,837 ! 1,800,101
32,371,952 | 21,225,057
1,358,967
1,859,836 i
1,914,687
2,099,571 !
3,285,204
3,685,462 |

605,736
11,146,895
500,869 i
184,884 '
400,258

12,113
213,140
9,285
3,530
7,922

446 j

42,422,658 1

29,584,016)

12,838,642!

245,990,

68,737,824

34,688,102

[ 4,098

2,456 i 103,425,926 :

; 8,693

5,827

493,171,527

68,737,824 j
369,592,692

34,688,102 :
123,581,835

2,076.079 !

741,165

1,069.174
559^315 j

169,122
31,161

25 Y " 1, 355903 V i, 542 882;

9,223,456 !

<irand Total for t h e State of Texas

331.772
197,849
211,544

isti, 979

6I

45,410,968 |

Total, miscellaneous companies

'.111,742 :
653,078 .
481,259 \

900,052
528,154

85

All other corporations of every description not else- j
where provided for
3,335 I 2,456 ; 103,425,926 ;
corporations—inactive
! 763

609,970
455,229
239', 715
1,334.914

1,364

118 I

(irand T o t a l — B a n k s a n d Insurance C o m p a n i e s . . 1,487
Merchandising Companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hot els and restaurants

14,696,719 i
5,858,074 I
1,267,103 I

1,279 !

16
3
5
93

I

24.349,687 j
9.750,846 !
2^ 086,979 j

10
1
5
68

1,369

Insurance Companies—
Life
Fire and marine (stock)....
Fire and marine ( m u t u a l ) .
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Allother
*
.
Total, insurance companies

506 ••
737 ,
36

527
796
46

33

2,784,109 i

3,171,371

387,262

4,119,023 ! 5,247,450 : 1,128,427

159,798 |
3
46 ! 1,131,707
105 I 1,000,481
705,890
1,176,138

342,329
1,353,462
1,556,775
795,929
1,246.028

182,531
221,755
556,294
90,039
69,590

221

1,174,311

5,291,523

1,120,209

879
763

]
j
I
i
'

6,454,239
10

9 228,195
57,164

H

2, 773,956
57,154

007,456 j 1,642

6,454,249

9,285,359 | 2,831, HO

2,352,057 j 2,866

>8,884,266

W
H

82,003,312 , 13,119,046

1
UTAH.
! Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
,
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere..
Total, agriculture and animal h u s b a n d r y . . .




65 '
18
73
4
160

27
1
50
3
81

i
•
;
.
i

:

$157,732
1.368
2,163; 591
' 93,047

.•5135,715 I
957 !
1.461,959
78,366 i

122,017
411
701,632
14,681

S444
6
14,007
286

2,415,006 j

1,676,997 [

738,009

11,713

17
23
1

£154,907 I
58,900
159,563 j
2; 443 s
375,813

$218,969
77,497
197,769
18,326

.1564,062
18,597
38 206
15; 883

512,561

136,748

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
UTAH—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals.
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
Allother
Total, extraction of minerals.

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Total
number of
corporations
report'
ing.

Number of
corporations.

$8,395,056
56,994,933
2,554 736
601,089
1,321,932
113,872
351,696
5,521,939

442

75,855,253




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

$7,187,230
28,439,061
1,531,644
299,020
701,896
102,032
285,955
4,281,541
42,828,379

SI, 207,826
28,555,872
1,023,092
302,069
620,036
11,840
65,741
1,240,398

$24,158
571,138
20,461
6,041
9,654
237
1,316
24,787

6
32
37
1
3
4
8
255

33,026,874

657,792

346

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

$327,269
760,830
864,404
26,646
58,702
27,248
32,413
2,948,391

18,885
2,078
26,963
1,167,587

3,480,036 | 5,045,903

1

1,565,867

$271,278
673,660
657,211
26,646
39,817
25,170
5.450

$55,991
87,170
207,193

§
Q
CO

Q
O

13

634,803

501,054

133,749

2,670

7 j

70,103 ;

75,479 |

5,376

22 i

967,525

819,976

147,549

2,834

7 I

94,024 i

125,648 !

31,624

267,391
132,615
69,332
370,857

76,818
17,184
3,803
126,589

1,536
343
76
2,300

3 !
3 |

37,076 |
68,987 !

53,925
92,633

16 849
23,646

30 |

344,209
149,799
73,135
497,446

6|

82,431 !

116,360

33,929

j!

15,696 j
91,853
21,799

15,696
102,209
37,915

10,356
16,116

34

481,969 I

619,865

137,896

2,783,667
11,975,946
1,042,791
110,696

Confectionery and ice cream.
Food preparations, all other.
Total, food and kindred products

Gross
income.

19
39
44
2
7
6
10
315

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses

21 |
22 i
23

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

118

84 I

I
1,008,855
7,895,086*
786,079 |
103,078 i

1,774,812
4,080,860
256,712
7,618

35,496
81,617
5,128
151

18,580,017

11,954,323 I

6,625,694

132,151

24 i
35 !
*>6 i

V I
28
29
10
31
32
33

Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted g o o d s . . . .
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other . .
Total, textiles and their products

35
36

Iron and steel products—
Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

-

"""

2

1

28 195

10,624

17,571

351

7

7

250,223

216,135

34,088

676

4
7
1
1

2
7
1
1

39,013
120,772
27,183
12,775

35,711
95,231
25,703
12,403

3,302
25,541
1,480
372

22

19

478,161 !

395,807

3
19

22,531 i
996,880 !

''
657

3
26

I

654

66
365
30
7

2

166,109

167,497

1,388

82,354

1,495

3

166,763

168,154

1,391

21,470
908,033

1,061
88,847

22
1,728

3

37
38
39

7

52,219

73,485

21,266

Total, iron and steel products

29

22

1,019,411 \

929,503

89,908

1,750

7

52,219

73,485

21,266

jji

Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

10
3
6

6
3
3

267,567
107,527
67,438

231,267
87,723
56,890

36,300
19 804
10,548

718
387
195

4

192,427

211,272

18,845

g

32,974

36,561

3,587

O

19

12

442,532

375,880

66,652

1,300

7

225,401

247,833

22,432

Q

Total, lumber and its manufactures

43
44

45
46

1

1

65 346

21 442

43 904

S78

2

1

1,812

1,739

73

2

1

1,413

5,250

3,837

O

Total, leather and finished products

10
41
42

Leather and finished p r o d u c t s Leather tanned curried and finished
Boots and shoes..
All other

3

2

67,158

23,181

43,977

880

1

1,413

5,250

3,837

g
bi

1
49

1
33

63,989
1,485,435

48,617
1,380,268

15,372
105,167

307
2,032

16

1,028,466

1,114,605

86,139

1,028,466

1,114,605

Paper and p r i n t i n g Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type
founding etc )
Total, paper and printing

47
I4?

49

Liquors and beverages—
Distilled
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages




M

2

2

47,501

39,783

7,718

155

52

36

1,596,925

1,468,668

128,257

2,494

16

1
4
8

1

428

4
2

565

137

1 110 793
58,871

868 333
55,088

242 460
3,783

4 728
75

6

68,376

79,353

10,977

13

6

1,169,664

923,421

246,243

4,803

7

68,804

79,918

11,114

1
86,139

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TABLE 10a.

CDUPOR.VTION INCDMS TAX DISTRIBUTION OF INGOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

co

(Income returned for (he calendar year ended Deo. 31, 1916.]
UTAH—Continued.
Total I
number oi :
cor- J Nimi- :
porn- her of
tions correport- pomtions.
i

I M H STRIKS.

61
64

Total, chemicals and allied products
Stone, clay, and glass products—
Stone-—
Cement
Marble and stone work
(MayBrick and t^e
Tottery terracotta fire clav etr"
Ml other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clav, and glass products
Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
Manufactures
.
.
....
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles'
Carriages and wagons
Cars fsteam railroad, street cars, etc )
All other
:
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel




Total
deductions.

(U'OSS

income.

Num.- j
bcr of i
cor- j i i ross
pora- i income.
lions. |

Normal
lax.

Net incoin

Total
deductions.

I

Manufacturing and mechanical industries -Continued.
Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals
Fert ili7ers
(Jas illuminating and licit ing
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum refined
Soap
All other

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

4
1

1

3

2

1
:

846,ISO
2, 153

814,721
2.153

1

505

505

-831 459

84

821G

SI So

7 6*4
7 570

7 50S
4 820

49,798 :
10,59H

25,614
6,576

24,184
4,022

483

4 I

so

4

9,208 |

16,349

20 ;

11 i

76.051 :

44,703 |

31,348

624

9

40,667 !

65.187

4
3 1

p>
H
u:
H

24,520

6

if
H-

7,141

9

:

8401

9

2;
8 ;

2 :

176 <
2 750

3

54

U'

.

1.439,033
92,660

9S3,176
Si,357

455,857
11,303

8 7S6
220

9

39,504 ,
75,826

11,503
S3.052

1,999
9, 226

S66.412
257.473
28,990
206,906

803,508
186.214
21,026
93.660

62.904
71,259
7,964
113,246

1,204
1,425
159
2, 265

3
1
1
1

66,315
7,366
3,526

72,388
10,151
3,526
2,560

6,073
2.785

2i

9
1
1
1

32 |

19

2,891.474

2,168,941

722.533

14,065

13

192,537

215, ISO

22,643

9 i

1
2

s
2

3

;

250,380 '
238,117

113,007 i
134,679

2,747 ;
2,069 :

137,373
103,438

1
1
1

26
35,676 !
21,509 j

44
38,969
23,810

18
3, 293
2,301

4,816:

3

57,211 ;

62,823

5, 012

1 !
1

6 ;

.
3

488,4971

247, GSfi

.

240,811

;
•

2,560

.

n
o
t-"

71
72
73
74

i
j
|
i

75 I
76 !
77 :
79 i

Miscellaneous industries- Tobacco
,
,.
.. . . .
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, e t c .
Rubber goods
Fur goods.
Shipbuilding
|
Building construction
j
Construction; contracting (payements, roads, tun- \
nels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
•
Engineering
All other
•.
;

1
1

1
1
4
1

•1

1

79 «I30 ,
79; 645 i
134, 551
159. 609 :

781
64,' 020
123, 327
135. 688

21849
15,625 i
Hi 224
23,921 j

437 ,
313
224
478 i

:

22,072 ;

220,570 j

11 '•

117,692

130,879

187

129.^07

191.106

299

370,317 :

2.934.823 •
92,611 ,
1,076/331 ,

2,633,430
61,031
899,S«7

301 393
31,580
176,461 ,

66

1,777.770 ;

1,173,642

601,128

12,043

1^

292.16:;

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical in- >
dustries
:
i 380

xo i
si ;

11 j
\ I
21 I
48 I
262 I

31, 5S7,6fiO '

22,705, 755

S,S81.905

176.421

UN

2,t)O7,61;3

3,022,617

'
'
i
!

847,478
3.295,960 ,
3,302,811 1
13,050 I

731, 7S0
1.705,9^2

402.021
11.107

619,161
I S 955

21

21
7
5
9

24
48

20 !
23 I

131,496 i
463,071 j

107,050
439,580

136

85 \

8,053, 866

5,780, 805

2,273.061

23
87

1,991,49S I
3,320,917
'690,447 I

1 312 it)"
2 190 299
406,110

179 23 >
1 124 f>lx

6,002,862 I

4,114 674

1,550,427 j
'336,191 I

1 421, j7h
222,h22

Total, miscellaneous industries

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other.
Total, public utilities

90
91
92

Banks a n d insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savinss b a n k s a n d State b a n k s .
T r u s t companies

>

18
4
26

24
13
6

24
92

Total, banks
93 i
94 S
95
96 !
97
98

Insurance companies Life
Fire a n d m a r i n e (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
( asualty
Fidelity and surety
All other*.
Total, insurance companies
Crand total, banks and insurance companies... .




9

;

6

15 I

115,698 ,
1.589, 978
515.093

24,446 (
23,491 i

482
449

151

217, 140
4. MS

(56, 740

4

60,651
117,153

64,200 I
168,552 1

549
399

45,261

684,912

981,743 !

296.831

M 140
22 473

)t) 9 32
13, , 3^ j
1 )9 Ool

1X7 429
191 33,

2 M , 3 37

)S

l ) x •>

1, 1 >L
"it, 0 4 4
32 272

57,271

113, %9
4 012

w

H

82,345

12

8,695

12,751 j

Otis

2,236
3i;79S
10,209

2 271
xl

i

2 10") 5")S

2 2)3 r>«

h

*i,880"i"

"" i :

630
3,515

12 j

1,901,249

1,054,479

246,770 I

3

2 10"), 5"i8

2 253,359

147, 801

128 I

7,904, 111

" 71)9,1") 3
>

2,134~958 I

12

2,4")4,936

2 690,204

235, 26S

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES. FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.

Co
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[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
UTAH—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

100
101
102
103

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants..

Gross
income.

$1,882,137
5,083,135
888,763
633,627
1,657,966

Total
deductions. Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

NumNormal
tax
! porations.

$1,451,673
3,554,251
471,679
576,429
1,510,441

$430,464
1,528,884
417,084
57,198
147,525

$8,473
29,660
8,205
996
2,808

7,564,473

2,581,155

50,142

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

>

I

$234,582
205,699
642,208
417,115

$385,581
364,963
732,321
485,301

$150,999
159,264
90,113
68,186

8

94

1,499,604

1,968,166

468,562

a

396

2,908,660
1,686

3,865,470
24,868

956,810
23,182

2,910,346 ! 3,890,338

979,992

o
o

4,098,272

B

|
I
I

266
Total, merchandising companies.
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
1,188
769
105 Corporations—inactive

172

10,145,628 |

792

23,904,854

15,940,728

7,964,126

158,470 |

1,957

792

23,904,854

15,940,728

7,964,126

158,470 I 1,165

3,481

1,616

159,867,110 I 102,266,290

57,600,820

1,145,035

1,865

14,013,260

18,111,532

$7,477

$150

4

$7,804
6,200
13
112,948

$14,637
8,465
1,346
132,125

$6,833
2,265
1 333
19,177

126,965

156,573

29,608

40 020

57 370

17 350

104

Total, miscellaneous companies...
Grand total for the State of Utah.

VERMONT.

1
2
4

5
6
7
8

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
S t o c k r a i s i n g . . .
.
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coalmines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines




$19,622

$12,145

5
2
1
12

4

206,999

196,861

10,138

203

1
8

20

5

226,621

209,006

17,615

353

15

2

2

1

o

Quarries , . .
Oil fflS ind s&lt WGIIS
Ml other . . . .

10 !
11
12

16

Total, extraction of minerals

13 I
14 i

1 *\
16
17
IS

19
20
*31
23

1,417,350

1,159,415 j

257,935 j

Total, food and kindred products

7

5,169

151,968

181,979

30, on

i
j

Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
•
Food and kindred products—
'.
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, frui ts and
vegetables). .
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery product^
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beel sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other

j

9!

.
1,417,350

1,159,415

257,935 j

5,169

9

191,988 |

239,349

47,361

37 ]

970,022

*95,479

74,543 ;

1,300

12

229,323 j

231,756

2.43:1

1 ;

16,379

12,241

4,138 :

83

I

287

302

1

1,864

2 356

492

14

231,474

234,414

2,940

O

_ ' ._._

rji

18

9

49
2
3

3

111,730

108,191

3,539

71

3

3

317,054

251,262

65,792

1,316

1
1
2

1
1
1
2

7,196
246,547
73,115
80,206

6,837
219,659
66,644
66,921

359
26,888
6,471
13,285

403
129
261

63

49

1,822,249

1,627,234

195,015

3.570

j

33
34

Textiles and their products
Carpets and rug5'
Cordage and twine .
.
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery' and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clotnins
Men's and women's other furnishings
Vll other.
.
.
Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

25

22

3,193,557

2,250,974

942,583

18,180

35
36

1
28

1
17

19,836
2,920,411

7,614
1,821,321

12,222
1,099,090

Total. iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills

29

18

2,940,247

1,828,935

1,111,312

All other woodworking establishments

13
9
26

7
8
17

2,048,124
958,617
1,365,664

1,185,471
829,189
1,109,661

Total lum her and its manufactures

48

32

4,372,405

3,124,321

H

245

24
25
26
27
30
31
32

[
;

37
39

Furniture and fixtures




{J:

'7!

3

2

421,499

74,817

346,682

6,508

3

3

731,680

624,i36

107,544

11
2

9
2

977,452
296,223

704,264
178,306

273,188
117,918

5,229
2,358

6

6

766,702

669,451

97,251

2,521

2,151

-

1,934

1

3,526

6,047

r-.
2

85,320

100,372

15,052

%
.-

17,573

3

88,846

106,419

21,981

11

829,799

1,144,433 !

314,634

22,226

11

829,799

1,144,433

314,634

862,653
129,428
256,003

17,253
2,514
4,958

6
1
9

244,724
129,624
148,140

399,388
157,717
186,349

154,664
28,093
38,209

1,248,084

24,725

16

522,488

743,454

220,966

Cn

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31.1916.]
VERMONT—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Number of
corporations.

Normal
tax.

Net income.

43
44
45
46

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Leather a n d finished p r o d u c t s Leather, t a n n e d , curried, a n d finished
Boots a n d shoes
• 1 other
V1

4

4

$235,825

$202,263

$33,562

4

4

235,825

232,263

33,562

1
10
16

270,993
2,946,314
597,018 1

156,564
2.347.610
'536^690

114,429
598,704
60,328

2,289
11,932
1,161

Paper and p r i n t i n g Paper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper . . . .
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping and electrotyping, type
founding, etc ).
Total, paper and printing

47 ;
48
49

Liquors and beveragesDistilled .
. .
Malted
All other

Chemicals and allied products—
Chemic als
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined




1

308,700

269,157

39,543

28

4,123,025

3,310,02,1

813,004

16,173

1

1

6,523

6,451

72

1

6,523

6,451

72

$8,735
57,775

$1,825
14.654

$10,560
72,429
i
i

1

1

1
4

791

33

1

.

Total, liquors and beverages
50
51
52
53
54
55
56 '

Deficit.

671

1
11
20

Total
deductions.

$671

Total, leather and finished products

40
41
42

Gross
income.

5

66,510

82,989

16,479

i

-

=====

2

2

57,271

47,393

10
1

7
1

672,617
4,078

376,691
4,069

-

198

9,878
295,946
ft

.

1

5,757
1

3

6,496

8,605

2,109

60
61
62 I
63
64

65
66
67

71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

82 j
84 |
85

1
Soap
.. 5
All other.....
Total, chemicals and allied products
19
Stone, clay, and glass products';
Stone—
Cement
33
Marble and stone work. ..
Clay—
;
Brick and tile
2
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc
1
All other
Glass and glass products.
Total, stone, clay, and glass products
36
Metals and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters
...
1
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
\U other
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel
3

Miscellaneous industriesTobacco
.*
Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbuilding
Building construction....
.
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
Allother
Total, miscellaneous industries.
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
blic utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation comoanies.




405,423

79,546

325,877

6,507

1
2

9,866

10,531
583

665
520

1,139,409

507,699

651,710

12,463

6

16,425

19,719

3,294

24

5,951,372

5,603,595

347,777

6,909

9

611,350

633,827

1

36,830

30,554

6,276

126

1

1,278

1,545 j

1

22,635

11,138

ii,497

230

26

6,010,837

5,645,287

365,550

7,265

10

612,628

635,372 !

2

i3,089
37,595

10 435
27,086

2 654
10,509

210

3
13

63

i
i

22,477
267

I

22,744

w
H
3

50,684

37,521

13,163

a

263

XT2

215,855

178,423

37,432

1

559,028

536,350

22,678 :

454

3
2

2

35,783

34,114

1,669

34

1

8,298

7

6

687,834

16

12

1,506,798

1,266,304

277

208

25,401,559

19,807,010

2

35
24

5
3

1,231,814
25
10,616,451
17
672,515
4
317,912
2 <

8,264
509,153 i

985,778 !
9,581,827 :
549,055 ;
298,390

558
i

1 I

20,563

19,389

1

13,531

16,514

2,983
4,500

1

18,500

23,000

178,681 ;

3,284

1 !

64,415

65,527

1,112

240,494 ;

4,331 i

4 !

97,620 I

125,604

27,984

69 i 2,465,790

3,092,404

626,614

80,102
473,346
22,836
29,821

121,850
671,421
29,679
32,218

41.74&
198,075
6,843
2,397

34

5,594,549
24% 036
1,034,624 I
123,460 1
19,522

I

1,174

109,868
4,451
20,648
2,469
390

1

10
7
1
1

o
c

6

TABLE lOa.~ CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDTTSTltlES, FOB STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec 31.1916.|

No.

VERMONT-Continued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

05
X

CORPORATIONS SHOWINCJ NET INCOME
Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

DfMicil.

sft
87
88
89

Public utilities—Continued.
Waterworks
.
Exoress comnanies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other

90
91
92

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies

23




$631

4

$32,038

S34,330

$1,692

—

23,999
6,060

482
121

10
3

16,808
21,210

20,568
25,263

3,760
4,053

!^
O

91

13,126,512

11,641,254

1,485,258

29,192

36

676,761

935,329

258,568

o

44
16
15

1,746,132
1,074,333
903,052

1,222,951
936,490
806,395

523,181
137,843
96,657

10,448
2,757
1,916

3
4
5

110,035
272,572
149,399

124,767
304,085
156,315

14,732
31' 513
6,916

5
O
C

75

3,723,517

2,965,836

757,681

15,121

12

532,006

585,167

53,161

^

1

9,256,683

9,275,533

18,850

5
1

15,005
40,779

40,121

15,005
658

294
13

i

307,515

408,821

101,306

8

6

55,784

40,121

15,663

307

95

81

3,779,301

3,005,957

773,344

3
19
4
8

113,892
881,337
16,792
100,699

96,512
647,700
11,917
91,254

17,380
233,637
4,875
9,445

1
5
2

Grand total, banks and insurance companies
• Merchandising companies'•
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate .
Amusement companies

$31,557

133,661
3,588

87

Total, insurance companies

100
101
102

$88,955

157,660
9,648

47
20
20

Total, banks

§120,512

21
3

127

Insurance companiesLife
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty .
Fidelity and surety
ill other

19

31
6

Total, public utilities

93
94
95
96
97
OS

X
H

21
.
,

.

.
16

2

9,564,198

9,684,354

120,156

15.428

14

10,096,204

10,269,521

173,317

266
4,463
97
189

2
3
g

16,432
40,159
94,505

17,101
51,677
107,561

669
11,518
13,056

10

7 !

591,517

514,103

77,414 ;

1,476

•3

56,472

62,338

5,866

—

57

41 |

1,704,237

1,361,486

342,751 j

6,491

16

207,568

238,677

31,109

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
Corporations—inactive

237
74

174 |

2,457,389

1,727,490

729,899 J

14,138

63
74

281.327
23

330,706
958

49,379
935

Hotels and restaurants, .*..,,,„
Total, merchandising companies
104
105

1

Total, miscellaneous companies

311

174 ;

2,457,389

1,727,490

Grand total for the State of Vermont

905

609 ;

48,112,969

38,911,618

729,899 :
9,201,351

14,138

137

281,350

331,664

50,314

180,639

296

14,046,626

15,263,517

1,216,891

VIRGINIA.
Agricultural and animal husbandry:
Farmm0"
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising. . .
Forest and lumber not pro\ ided for elsewhere

31
68
4
18

13
14
15
16 ;
17
18 I
19 !
20 |

21 I

22 I
23 !

Slaughtering and meat packing and meat products.
Bread and bakery products .
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills. . .
Sugar rehning (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other




$133,936 '
357.100
106.196 :
141 058 !

M l . 839 i
151.120 i
50 866
121.303 i

$689 !'
2 899 ;
1 017
2.436

17 i
41 i
3 :
io :

$76,985
182 821
49 989
50 890 ;

$97, 745
262,243
57 547
112,985

«20, 760
79422
7.558
62095

50

1,103.418

738,290 !

365 128

7,041

71 |

360 685 !

530 520 |

169,835

j

.

. . . .

44
3

29
1

4,776,727
1,130

3.874,207
918

902 520
212

15 778
4

15
2;

4
1
19
19
23

. .

Total, extraction of minerals
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter cheese and mil'c
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
vegetables)

Total food and kindred products

$175.775
508.220
157,062
262,361

121

Total, agriculture and animal husbandry
Extraction of minerals;
Coa 1 mines
5
Copper mines
6
Gold and sil. er and precious metals
7
Iron mines
8
Lead and zinc mines
9'
Quarries
10
11
AUother
12

14
27
1
8

3

i,544,i72

1,150,711

393 461

7 868

11
12
5

611.879
790,917
244.751

401 57i
323.763
126,722 i

210 308
467,154
118 029

i i
i i
8i

113

61

7.969.576

5.877,892 1

2,091,684

4 208
9 344
2,385
39.587

14

11

265.473

245.173

20.300

395

31

24

446,906

384,504 ;

62,402

io

6
14
1
39

194.778 •
1,046,899
34 677
1,093.438 :

71,927
105.430
2 420
518,199

1.438
1.974
48
10,093

18 |

88 081 '
53-417
9.861
392.432 ;

52 |

7,983,465 :

1.226

16
1
49

266,705
1,152 329
37 097
1,611,637

7,342 366 i 7. 798,553
97,308
115 259
2 650
HO 144
67.010
17,932
179 542
8.591.090

456.187
17.951
2 650
22 053
13 593
8.071
s7.110

4;
2 >

1.3.538

17,929

t.391

149,640

3

160,238

10,59*

100,153
75,597

114,743
85,596

14,590
9.999

13
19

604 09i
2.241,427

i
500,461
1,912 244 |

103 630
329,1*3

1 988
6,353

172

127

6,625,665

5,412,174 ;

1,213,491

23 515

223,239 i

234,345

11.100

1
22
28

c
c

607.62.5

274,303

383,344

i09,041

9]
9

328,717
86,645

352 865
152,830

24 U S
66,185

1,501,890

250,058

10

45

1,251,832

:

CC

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX -DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES- -Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
VIRGINIA—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Total I
! num! ber of
|
.! cor- I Num- j
pora- > ber of} Gross
Total
: tions cor- ! income.
deductions. Net income.
report- pora- j
i ing. j tions. ;

j CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

i Num-1
!
ber of j Gross
cor- I
; Pora- j income.
tions. I

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

•
X

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs
,
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
SilV arid silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
All other

35
36

Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel products—
Plast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
"
Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

>

$27,561
791 57S I
266 300
414 993 |
573.935 i.
48.373 1
64,793 I
91.596 I

359,219

115,628 ;

117,259

$31,658

1

4 1 3 1 865
*,

i1

i 931

38, 215

6 350

2, 058 ;

127

i
176,985 j

216.751

2.853 I
745 684 !
748,537

5 119 :
881,459 i
886,578 j

39, 766
2 266
135,775
138.041

!

4,499 341 4.971,932
62,451 1
75,359 :
395,499
499,735

472.591
12 908
104.236

Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished
Boots and shoes
All other

4,957,291

5,547,026 !

589,735

25,872 I
94,180 I
125,695 I

27,337
95,490 '
144,619 i

1,465
1,310
18,924

Total, leather and finished products

245,747

267,446 j

21,699




ra

44 I
45 !
46 :

Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp.......
Manufactures of paper
.......;
Printing and publishing
Industries re ating to printing and publishing (en- j
graving, stereotyping and eiectroty ping, type j
founding, etc.)./
*
i

19
110

17
64 !

2,046,670 i
2,599,606
3,472,757
69,511 i

47 !
48 f
49 !

50 !
51 i
52 '
53
54"!
55 i
56 i
57 |

Chemicals and allied products
Chemica s
Ferti izers
.
Gas i lumiiatin 01 and heating
Oi .s, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines . . .
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other

61 ;

Stone, clay, and glass products
Stone-Cement
Marble and stone work
Olay ' Brick and ti'e

63 !
64 I

Vll other
Glass and glass products

Pottery, terra cotta. "fire clav, etc

Total, stone. clay, and glass products
65 !
66 !
67 I
68 |
69;
70 !

Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Sme .ters
Manufactures
... .
\utomobiles, motorcycles, and bic vcles
Carriages and wagons
.
.
Cars (steam railroad streetcars e t c )
Vll other




27,732:
603,180;

49

1,775 i
29,882 j
649,308

630,912

2,150
16,12*

5,126 \

152,511 I
38,782 |
97,003 !

2,396
771
1,936

xl

2,589 ;
446,240 1
304,966 |

2,850
549,881
385,578

261
103,641
80,612

288,296

5,103

20

753,795

938,309

184,514

42,483
195,694
32,987
252,749
65,509
5,415
91,084

27,369
31'646
979
9,727
19,029
567
44,349

6
6
37

5
2
22

775,105
368,210
406,569

022,594
329,428
309', 566

i

49

29

1,549,SS4

1,261,588

103 j.
44,204 I

i

50,053

i
:

i
!
:

1

Q

28
3
8
8

;

3

I

25

!

91

1

61,0X7
9,577,217

50,425
4,341,948

6
fi
3
2

1,520,666
251 056
41,161
96,261

i,269,744
188,671
35,694
32,922

13 ;

1,606,398

7
22

59 j

10,662 \
5 235.269 !

195
85 476

2

250,922 !
62 385 !
5,467 '
63,339 ;

4,815
I 247
109
1,233

3
2
o
i
1

1,067,903

538,495 j

10,761

12

13,153,846

6,987,307

6,166,539 |

987,427
713,029

833,601
621,848

486,600

444,198

15,114 !
164,048 '
32 008 :
243,022 i
46,480 i
4,848 '
46,735 |
588,376 !

828,183

239,807
373,473

103,836

32

1,140,631

1,514,104

153,826
91,181

3,076
1,823

1
•6

13,312
43,681

13,956
75,239

ti44
31.558

42,402

835

8

235,069

268,278

33,209

15

292,062

357,473

65,411

!
4
21
17
4

3 !
15 |
9 1
!
!
4

46
1
7
2
14

I
6
2
7

I
|
i
!

585,387

553,050

32,337

647

2,772,443

31

2,452,697

319,746

6,381

9,773
355,483
114,101
436,764

7,747
263,828
99,047
359,216

2,026
91,655
15,054
77,548

41
1,807
301
1,550

916,121

729,838

186,283

3,699

1

24,945

29,912

4,967

7

173,124

249,661

76,537

8

198,069

279,573

81,504

|
1
!

Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel

i j
2|
46 !

2,213,388 |

!

Total, chemicals and allied products.

62 I

21, 554 \
12, 648 I
t) 899 l

64,385 I

!
....;

Total, liquors and beverages

60 |

1,077,692
632,292
498,278

5,975,156 I

Total, paper and printing..
iviquors ana coveragesDistilled. .
Malted
All other

968,978
L, 967,314
2.974,479

24

16

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TABIiE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.

cc

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
V I R G I N I A—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

Number of
corporations.

Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies..
Railroads, steam
Railways, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
A11 other
Total, public utilities.




Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.
W

H

i

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Miscellaneous industries—
Toba: co
Agricultural implements
Electri °al machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods
Fur goods
Shipbui Iding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads,
tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
All other
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

H
$1,492,034
129,159
36,752

1,2^1,256 I
121,077 i
21,927 |

$230,778
9,082
14,825

*4,6l6
166
222

37,958
11,869,392
247,508

33,886 I
10,986,060 !
206,387 I

4,072
883,332
41,121

51
17,667
823

1,552,636
14V53
2,928,387

1,342,772

in,9°5
2,469,123

209,864
29,548
459,264

4,188
592
8,820

18,437,279

16,555,393

1,025

95,691,856

73,580,283

22,111,573

413,646

3,000,120
142,914,002
8,678,984
8^3,317
270,311

641,048
42,845,466
1,922,948
502,478
94,762

12,165
747,721
32,647
9,698
1,860

156
100

90

3,641,168
185,759,468
10.601,9°2
1,3V), 795
365,073
953,908
1,440,260

811,905
1,262,398

142.003
177,862

2,729
3,363

407

258

204,097,604

157,771,037

46,326,567

183

119

$70,351
54,396
88,917
43,5^4
39,239

$163,282
55,118
90,985
44,9 4
41,727

!
!
|
i
'

£92,9^1
722
2,068
1,370
2,488

21
2
24

37,145

9,306 i
332,625

9,306
24,706

1,187,456 I 1,401,477 :
11,456 !
lo 610 i
264,304
321,030 I

214,021
1,154
55,726

2,067,572 ! 2,473,064

7 j

405,492

307,919 !

334 I 12,463,433 14,663,179 j 2,199,746
12 j
88,901 |
98,032
14 i 757,896 ! 896,004
6 | 1,141,411 j 1.326,825
4j
146,465
66,675 ;
"" " " !
134,087
38 I

152,179 \

9,131
138,108
185,414
79,790
18,092

126,674 |
370,857 i

141,343 !
546,125 !

14,669
175,268

3,306,973 I

620,472

810,181 I 149 2,686,501

a

o
CO

5

o
c

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks...
.
.
Savings banks and State banks.
Trust companies

93
94
95
96 '
97

144
412
19

Total, banks..
Insurance companies:
Life
Fire and marine (stock)...
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Another

575

140 i
273 j
18
431 j

11,527 j

4
139
1

49,643 '
58,432
930,089 ;! 1,324,799
4,532
4,715

5,082,898 I

6,019,408
3,5^5,298
662.124

100,308 i

144

984,264 I 1,387,946

323,269 i
112,994 i
99,008 i
213,932 !

6,465 !
2,260 j .
1,980 !.
4,279 |

2,644,018
1,862,500
576,380

10,216,830

6,024,211 !
964,288
99,008
1,670,451

5,700,942
851,294 I

8,757,958

4 !
3 !
4 !!
10

Total, insurance companies.
Grand total, banks and insurance companies

M6V26 !
5,397,798 I
1,238,504
15,299,728 |

52,847
!

35,9M

62,731

191,052 |

17,864

1,157,452~|~~l7578,998~ |

421,546

749,203

14,984 !

5,832,101

~115,292 !

19
269
189
84
55

16
237

3,111,648 I
16,243,540 I
1,686.465 i
1,026,134 |
3,737,039 I

2,491,062
11,180,064
1.115,579 i
' 871; 433 I
3,390,260 ;

620,586
5,063,476
570,883 !
154,701 !
346,779 i

12,370;
99,461 !
11,391
2,918
6,839 i

616

529

25,804,826

19,048,398 j

6,755,428

132,979 I

1,416

35,765,110

25 765,660 j

9,999.450 j

190,692 i
i

35,765,110 j

25,765,660 j

9,999,450 |

190,692 ! 1,653 I 4,159.332

Total, merchandising companies.
104
105
'\

|

188 I
49 j
39

Total, miscellaneous companies

I 3,069

Grand total for the State of Virginia

| 5,950 "37457

1,416

394,490,076 j 301,007,145

!

14,141

173,188 !

8,008,755 I

21,057,686 | 7872257585 I

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere |
provided for
i 2,134
Corporations—inactive.
| 935

100
101
102
103

403,682

114,180

452

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
I
Keal estate . . . . . . . „ , , , . . . . . , , , . . „ . „ . . . . . . . , . . , . . . . „ !
Amusement companies
i
Hotels and restaurants
j

76,872 |

», 789
394.710
183

110,457 j

509

24

;

3 i

32 \
1 I
35
16 !

11,336
870,510
394,188 i

62,364 i
1,188,239 ;
14,116 i
476,608
420,602 :

18,300
18^,469
2,780
106,098
26,414

2,161,929 ;

44,064 ;
1
1,004,770 -

87 ! 1,824,8

3,723

337,061

718 ! 4,159.217 \ 5,872,665 ! 1,713,448
935^
115 1
24,900:
24,785
5,897,565 i 1,738,233

93,482,931 j 1,709,418 I 2,493 1 30,635,736

36,730,254

6,094,518

1320,311
781,421
150,783
6,519,566

; $506,698
! 1,287,933
I 280.291
j 7.994,009

$186,387
506,512
129,508
1,474.443

321 | 7,772,081 j 10,068,931

2,296,850

WASHINGTON.
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Fanning
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry




120
153
j
44
1 225

59
38
19
105

$1,018,450
769,171 I
583,136
18,478,517

$779,333 |
685,497 j
376,819
15,762,249 '

,1269,117
83,674 i
206,287 !
2,716,268 I

$5,401 I 61
1,639 ! 115
4,129 !
25
53.912 I 120

j

221 I

20,879.274 j

17,603,928 j

3,275,346 j

65,111 j

542

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TABLE 1 0 a . - CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—(.'ontinued.
(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.]
WASHINGTON—Continued.

fNDUSTRIES.

Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals.
Iron mines
!
Lead and zinc mines
I
Quarries
i
Oil, gas, and salt wells
Allother
12 I
Total, extraction of minerals..
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
Butter, cheese, and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
Bread and bakery products
Coffee and spices
Flour mills and gristmills
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and
molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other

5
6
7
3
9
10
11

i

Total, food and kindred products-




Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions. Net income.

Gross
i

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

$9,241 i
"255 !
639 !

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

$1,067,342
471,122
1,115,317

$1,161,850
1,050,723
2,095,786
2cO
89,434
38,917
161,050
2,095,931

$94,508
579,601
980,469
250
37,013
16,702
126,483
1,105,036

3,753,879 I 6,693,941

2,940,062

Deficit.

460

$2,916,714
111,239
119,852

$491,796
12,623
32,021

j
!
!
i

1,975
22,030
54,612
995,539

25
459
15,835
554,133

301
11,455

22
43
70
1
8
4
15
236

61

5,328,853 j

4,221,961

1,106,892

21,901

399

4,018.470 ;

1,989,037

2,029,433

40,522 i

26 |

61 i

8,741,869

6,367,048

2,374,821

46,000 i

43

11 I
1 i
27 j

36
48
76
1
9
7
18
265

3,952,694
2,024,944
56,148
2,447,571

3,353,051
1,837,300
45,256
1,611,004

599,643
187,644
10,892
836,567

11,723 i
3,768
218 !
13,157 ;

2
5
1
14

695
330,590 j

64,668
116,113 I
1,776 i
127,394 i

20,733
5,030
1,081
96,804

20 !
11 !

1.317,739 |
542,459

1,016,372
473,987

301,367
68,472

10 i

153,542
151,703

180,945
178,115

27,403
26,412

16,693,055

6,408,839

110 2,460,685

2,931,841

471,156

$3,408,510 !
123,862 1
151,873 j
1 !
3 i

i\

70
104 i

29 |
21 !
292

182 i

2,000
22,489
70,447
1,549,672

23,101,894

;
i
i
j

5,999 I
1,383
122,770

52,421
22,215
34,567
990,895

211.377 |

269,871 !

1,457,760 j 1,692,959
43.935 !
111,083 I

58,494
235,199

W

30
31
32
33
34

Textiles and their productsCarpets and r
Cordage and
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods.
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings
Allother.....

35
36 |

Iron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mil!
Foundry and machine shop:-

24 S
25
26
27
28

Total, textiles and their products

J

Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufactures—
SciWIXliiJiS tilJLU p l c i l l i i i ^ 1

38
39

Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments

c

Total, lumber and its manufactures
40
41
42

Leather and finished productsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished...
Boots and shoes
All other

2

Total, leather and finished products.
43
44
45
46

1

Paper and printing—
Paper and wood pulp.
Manufactures of paper
;
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (en- •
graving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type j
founding, etc.)...
.....\..!....j

Total, paper and printing
47
48
49

beveragesDistilled..
Malted.
Allother.




liquors and beverages

1

i

|

i

!

14

1

16

7T

158,334

138,590

19,744

385

14
9

30

7

!

158,334

138,590

19,744

385

23

840,5si | 1,546,624
428,224 j
1,268,805

482,875

706,043
54,651

2,029,499

760,694

TABLE 10a. —CORPORATION INCOME TAX-DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.)
WAWHINGTON-Ooutinued.

INDUSTRIES

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of i
cor- j
porations.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
Allother

59
60
61 l
62 i
63 I
64 i

Total, chemicals and allied products.
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc..
All other
Glass and glass products
Total, stone, clay, and glass products.
Metals and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters
Manufactures
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
Allother
Total, metals and metal products other than iron
and steel..




Gross
income.

*10,598 i
1,200 I
243,483
12,227

Total
deductions.

#10,088 I
750 !
171,592
10,857

Net income, i

I CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

i Num- i
| ber of j
! cor- | Gross;
j pora- ! income.
I tions. !

Normal
tax.

$55,414

1,395
28 I

25,934 |
103;771
50

27

19,987
83,703

5,947 j
20,068 i

397,213 |

296,977

100,236 I

1,974 I

1,946,616
'426,930 I

1,273,307 •
403,555

673,309
23,375

176,919 :
794,751 ;

4,051
103,640

9,749 :

67

9,816

30 !

1 !

3,462,723

2,658,281

804,442

6,105,909
1,023,945
169,441
45,103 j
110,041

3,906,544
898,955
145,599
43,937
105,956

2,199,365
124,990
23,842
1,166
4,085

13,422
468
81 i
2,073 i
1
16,045 j

23

$106,192 I

-§50,778

*"i38," 656'|

31*484

79,125
3,437

87,881 ;
6,940 !

8,756
3.503

9 i
21,594 ;

2 !

120 I
411 !

180,970 i
898,391 !

7 !

10 ;

Deficit.

"167*172"

$510 I
450 !
71,891
1,370

Total
deductions.

15
32,043

6
10,449

!

371,727

104,976

266,751

16,355
121.470 :

23,142 !
129,046 j

7,576

ii

107,201
46.071 '
Si; 590 !
18.930 i

146,350 I
67,941 ;
94,057 !
21,303

39,149
21,870
12,467
2,373

3

391,617

13 I

54

36

7,454,439 |

5,100,991 j

2,353,448

43,988
2,504
476 i
23 I
82 !
47,073 I

31

18

481,839 I

90,222

6,682
611396 {
76,589 !

7,587
79,668
98,798
2,042

905
18,272
22,209
2,042

500

3I

7,124

6,624

145,167

195,219

50,052

t=:

Miscellaneous i n d u s t r i e s rl
7?
73
74

75
76
77
78
79
SO
81

Tobacco
A gricult ural implements....
Electrical machinery.
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
Rubber goods.

\2
S3
84
87
89

90
91
92

93
94
96
97
98

... ..

Toi al. insurance companies
Grand total banks and insurance companies




332,279
104.731
101,901
140,010

39,295
55,518
12,784
48,325

786
1,023
260
805

7
6

418,107
39,691

349,554
26,124

68,553
13,567

74
17
106

37
7
72

3,110,827
96,228
3,069,184

2,804,281
83,021
2,745,400

137

7,568,880

1,542

874

21,313

1,376
276

2
6
7
15

355
31,833
1,036,667
169,377

7,077
39,613
1,459,749
196,914

6,722
7,780
423,082
27,537

J
13j207
323,784

6,295
274
6,310

37
10
34

2,393,941
142,014
503,672

2.837,754
179,112
558,320

443, 813
37,098
54,648

6,687,301

881,579

17,405

120

4,320,917

5,351,065

1,030,148

90,699,909

73,015,277

17,684,632

347,387

668

20,305,062

25,503,089

5,198,027

^

44
9
8
34
30

11,353,663
3,926,654
1,674,892
13,312,292
221,399

9,538,410
2,882,507
1,517.539
8.785', 300
171,880

1,815,253
1,044,147
157.353
i. 526', 992
49,519

36,294
20,894
3.147
88', 74V
'887

23
9
10
30

814,510
3,228,387
2,389,000
r>, 494,500
77,358

999,837
3,762,227
2,981,551
«', 784.1 SI
581,343

185,327
533,840
592,551
1 989.681
103,985

H
£
Jj
^
9

50
142

97i,388
7,293; 492

786,740
5,927,415

184,648
1,366,077

3,6li
27,069

48
112

9i5,6il
1.584,081

996,264
1,88-1,932

SO,653
300,851

^

572

317

38,753,780

29,609,791

9,143,989

180,649

255

14,503,447

17,590,335

3,086,888

g

65
234
16

5,966,895
4,828,213
1,471,619

4,660,034
3,485,724
1,106,426

1,306,861
1,342,489
365,193

26,546
26,580
10,876

14
47
9

350,768
1,316,801
301,384

445,661
1,510,682
374,417

94,893
193', 881
73,033

%
&

315

12,266,727

9,252,184

3,014,543

64,002

70

1,968,953

2,330, 760

361,807

3

1,795
15
508
2,204

1

1,098

1,216

118

20

165,791

210,571

44,780

Q

Tot al, b a n k s . . , •
I n MI ranee companies- "Life
Fire and marine ( s t o c k ) . . . . .
Fire a n d marine ( m u t u a l )
< 'usuuii. v
Fidelity and suret v
All other

i, 193
6,720
21,55S

3
2
2
54

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Ravings b a n k s and State b a n k s . . . . . . .
Trust companies

22,506
6,720
43,300

385

...

21,745

79
281
25

Total, public utilities

1
1
7

98
254

P u b l i c utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
Kailroads Nicciiii
Railways, electric, city and s u b u r b a n
Steamship 1 ransportaiion companies
Waterworks.
.Rxpre^s companies
Tel'^phoT's' 1 PIP^Taph a n d radio companies
All other

371 574
160,249
114,685
188,335

67
18
18
57
60

Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries.

1 '
3 |
3
1

257

F u r goods
Shipbuilding^
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river a n d harbor dredging, etc.) Kngineering
All other

2
4
10
1
2
fi
14
21

1.877,674
8,157
25,378
448,258-

1.787,939
7,432

2
34

338,249

89,735
725
25,378
110,009

1

1,098

1,098

62

40

2,359,467

2,133.620

225,847

4,522

22

167,987

212,885

44,898

447

355

14,626,194

11,385,804

3,240,390

68,524

92

2,136.940

2,543,645

406,705

1

TABIiE 10a. -CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

CO

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dee. 31,191(5.)
WASHINGTON-Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants..
103)

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

22
249
251
105
104

17
195
73
51
43

14,057,704
le!426,382
1,006,474
3,779,725
2,372,732

S3,327,636
11,281,725
729,718 j
3,319,768 i
2,174,939 I

1730,068
5,144,657
276,756
459,957
197,793

$14,093
99,645
5,578
9,175
3,998

5 i $556,354
54 I
582,402
178
1,107,599
764,673
1,932,656

$662,678
680,198
1,870,924
1,425,935
2,147,616

$106,324
97,796
763,325
661.262
214;960

Total, merchandising companies
I 731
All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
3,
105 Corporations—inactive
2,020

379

27,643,017

20,833,786

6,809,231

132,489

352 j 4,943,684

6,787,351

1,843,667

1,864 j

46,574,262

34,365,957

12,208,305

237,971

1,728
2,020

12,453,612
674

17,302,664
120,473

4,849,052
119,799

3,748

12,454,286

17,423,137

4,968,851

5,835 65,869,379

86,610,429

20,741,050

99 ;j
100 !
101
102 \

104

Total, miscellaneous companies

5,712

1,864 I

46,574,262

34,365,957

12,208,305

237,971

Grand total for the State of Washington

9,906

4,071 | 244,505,289

191,036,504

53,468,785

1,054,032

=r.

WEST VIRGINIA.
Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.
Total, agricultural and animal hus bandry
Extraction of minerals:
Coalmines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals
Iron mines.,




34

13
. . . . | 129

$40,535 !
480,251 ;

$32,059
361,553

$8,476
118,698

*i3*

1,356,444

1,087,874

268,570

52 I

1,877,230

1,481,486

395,744

321 i 53,112,882
.....
"***587,*480'

40,473,529 I

12,639,353

245,540

821,753

417,776 j

169,704

3,394

18.809

O
Q

O
O

9
10 ;
11 1
12 !

i-4)ad a n d z i n c m i n e s . .

Quarries
Oil gas, and salt wells
Another

. . . . .

.......

,

3
5
291
20

Total, extraction of minerals.....
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
Butter, cheese, and milk.. .
. ...
13
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits and
14 j
vegetables)
Oleomargarine
15 i
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.
16 !
Bread and bakery products
17 I
Coffee and spices
18 ;
Flour mills and gristmills
19 i
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and mo20 ;
lasses
Beet sugar
21
Confectionery and ice cream
22 |
Food preparations, all other
23 )

I
2
188
11

60.147
600.037
24 934,195
329,190

44.231
402,220
J5,805.422
273, 881

15,916
197,817
9,128,773
55,309

318
3,956
t82,574
1,106

2
3
103
9

7.577
29.901
1,965.415
87,145

14.019
40.796
2 534 279
101,799

6,442
10.895
568,864
14,6,54

727

.

524

79,623,931

57,417,059

22.206,872

436,888

203

9,469.614

10 911.031

1.441,417

5

2

IS.624

L7,937

687

13

3

33.976

37 913

3.937

2

1

11,115

10,905

210

4

1

2,659

2,930

271

I

425,818
230 528
88 877
859,800

133316
52,205
4 868
198,610

2.648
1,039
97
3,837

4
1

280 292
8,353

372 685
9,942

92 393
1,589

5

118,214

141,156

22,942

1 484 427

29,689

102,487

4,820

667.113

125,952

7
1
29

24

559.134
282,733
93,745
1,058,410

1

I

3 808 315

2 323 888

580.81i
29,968

480 881
28.141

99,930
1,827

i,860
37

4

*.466.775

1.976,080

39.224

18

ii

;*;
97,667

l

fia

45

5
5

5
5

430 185
481,878

348 577
380,153

81 60S
101,725

1.633
1,969

1
1

i
1

29 735
39,159

23 096
30,759

6 639
8,400

133
168

12

12

980.957

782,585

198.372

3,903

7
50

Total, food and kindred product?..

7
1

6
37

22,398,851
13,816,880

17,347,034
6,027,109

5 051,817
7, 789,771

100.729
155.537

1
13

28,711
185,966

32,764
231,423

4,053
45,457

fi.442.855

541.161

24
25 ;
26 !
27 I
28 I
29 i
30
31 :
32
33
34

Textiles and their productsCarpets and rugs
Cordage and twine
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods
Woolen and worsted goods...
Men's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other furnishings.
AH other

35
36

lion and steel productsBlast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundrv and machine shops
Total, iron and steel products

57

43

36,215,731

23,374.143

12,841.588

256,266

14

214.677

264,187

49,510

37
38
39

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
^
Furniture and fixtures.. .
All other woodworking establishments

94
8
14

60
8
8

7,945,502
877,653
786,705

6,648,704
717,800
673,196

1,296,798
159,853
113,509

25.848
2.652
2,194

34

1,486,660

1,660,250

173,590

6

153.883

167,848

13,965

116

76

9,609,860

8,039,700

1,570,160

30,694

40

1,640.543

1,828,098

187.555

Total, textiles and their products

Total, lumber and its manufactures




.

. .

3
!5

a
o

g
J

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOB STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.
j income reMirued for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)

WEST VIRGINIA—Continued.

Classification

©

40
11
42

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Leather and finished p r o d u c t s Leather, tanned, curried, and finished.
Boots and shoes...
\U other . .
Total, leather and finished products

IS
44
*

Paper and p r i n t i n g Paper and wood p u l p . . . .
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing.
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and elcctrotyping, type
founding, etc.)..'.
*
Total, paper ami printing

17 '
48 1
49 •

Liquors and beverages—
Distilled .
Malted
All other
Total, liquors and beverages

50 i
52
53
54 •
*>•> <

56 :

Chemicals and allied products—
Chemicals....
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating
Oil^ 'ind oil nroducts
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined




1 Total
i num1 ber of
, cor; pora; tions
report; ing.

!

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions. Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

2
2
1

$1,290,321
446,667
69,428

$615,042
371,966
51, 266

*«75,279
74,701
18,162

$12, 500
1,487
333

1

2
1
6

5

1,806,416

1,038,274

768,142

14,320

1

52,579

65,598

13,019

4
3
58

4
3
39

300, 687
689 792
1,408,343

265,096
604,974
1,274,561

35,591
84 818
133, 782

692
1 697
2. 637

19

229.367

264.219

34 852

65

46

2,398, 822

2} 144, 631

254,191

5,026

19

229,367

264,219

34, 852

2
13

1
10

24,982
323,343

24,700
281,059

282
42,284

""6
846

1
3

1,445
13, 244

1,641
17,012

196
3,768

15

11

348,325

305,759

42,566

852

4

14, 689

18, 653

3,964

4
2

1,095,900
88 746
35, 786

831,961
75,584
32,132

263,939
13 162
3.654

5,279
147
73

3

1,478

11,164

9,686

1

2,389

4,362

1, 973

352,530
3,145,889
486,031

190,914
!, 939,956
168,075

161,616
1,205,933
317,956

3,233
24,119
6,359

2
3

37.599
4^079
1.937

45,092
4 326
5,254

7,493
247
3.317

3

#52,579

$65,598

$13 014

&
O
Q

O
O

g

2
4

5
12
8

3
9

i 1
L I

>>oap
AUother.
Total, chemicals and allied products..

59 i
60 |
61 !
62 !
63;
64

Stone, clay, and glass p r o d u c t s StoneCement
MarUe and stone work
iay
Brick arid tile

Pottery, terra cotta,fireclay, etc.
Allother
Glass and glass products

9
52

37

2 i

9
17 i
11
1
50 !

1,315,073

S50
30,584 :

•1,787 ,
45,057 |

937
14,473

50,122 j

78,916 I

117,042 j

38,126

5,675 i
8,317 I

113
167 \

4,636 i
62,212 !

8,163 i
72,497 |

3, 527
10,285

5,249,619 i
43,191 \
13,891,671 j

107,570 \
696,644
16,097
2,604,985

2,059 !
13,887 !
! 322 | .
•
51,809 |

642,579 i
152,460

734,186 i
158,907 I

91,607
6,447

20,275,664 j

3,439,288

8,357 i

1,949,027 :
. 4,087,873 ;

287,413
2,608,415

5,748 !.
52,766 !

157,103 j

11,327

545,611

6,519,955 |

4,008,084 ]

2,511,871

33,803 |
104,794 !

28,128 !
96,477 i

1,074,148 I
5,946,263 l
59,288 I
16,496, 656

90 I 23,714,952
Total, Stone, clay, and glass products
; 124
Metals and metal products other than iron and steel—
Smelters
1
2,236,440
65
Manufactures
14
66
6,696,288
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
67 I
Carriages and wagons
168.430
68
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
69 \
All other
....'........
...,..;
" h 542*1
70 i
!
Total, metals and metal products other than iron j
9,102,700
and steel
;
i=
Miscellaneous industries-—
!
2,064,559
71 |
Tobacco
•
31,847
72 !
Agricultural implements
372,643
73 !
Electrical machinery
i
74
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
3,416
75
Rubber goods
Fur goods
76
79,125 I
Shipbuilding
77 !
Building construction
78 !
194,619 j
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tun79 |
569,214 |
30
11
nels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
5
4
42,162 I
80 I
Engineering
59
43
1,288,9?5
All other
!
4,646,520
123
Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical industries
658 465 101,787,093
Public utilities:
Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
1,491,370
Railroads, steam
3,25^,523
Railways, electric, city and suburban
3,605,207
99,422
Steamship transportation companies
148,914
Waterworks




10,912

769,462 :

i'Ml'\"
6,195,007
1.256,847 i
17,749 !
330,782 i
?,859
75,803 j
174,505 |
5?6,202 j
34,932
1,088,566

538*;
2,907,693 j
807,712 I
14,f98 |
41,861

13
3

9 | 1,153,479
34 ! 2,015,366

1,300,531

147, 052

2,274,284 !

258,918

69,403 i

81,741
721

12,338
721

58,719 !

69,403 |

82,462 I

13,059

16.155
211
814

39,644 I

49,964

10,320

4 !
1

"ii*

557
3,322 I
20,114 I
i
33,012 I
7,2?0 j
200,369

>

194

66
402
660
146
4,007

3,518,245

1,128,275

22,472

74,148,867

27,638,226

549,955

l,180,F79
2,901,303
2,658,290
73,887
112,760

310,491
352,220
946,917
25,5?5
36,154

j
I
j
!

6,184
7,043
18,937
512 j
724 I

.1.
|

-I
-I85,514 1

87,215

1,701

588,8<-6
20,0?7
410,299

71,874
1,289
74,446

996,711

1,156,341

159,630

193 j n,853.412

6,737,997

1,884,585

l,?94,087
580,616
279,086
20,795
52,756

l,4?2,440
733,881
338,273
26,683
57,288

19 I
1 !
16 !

i
516,952 t
18,748
335,853

43

!
i
j
i
i

38,?53V
153,265
59,187
5,888
4,532

-

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX- DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

O5
-a
O

{Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)

Classification

No. j

WEST VIRGINIA-Ccntinued.
Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

87
88
89

Public utilities—Continued.
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
Allother

90

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME
Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

57

$387,717
1,570,468

1,157^604

§97,415
412,864

$1,945
8,257

45
18

$403,143
97,745

$437,083
128,019

310

Total, public utilities

58
39
199

10,556,621

8,375,025

2,181,596

43,602

111

2,828,228

Deficit,

3,153,667

$33,940
30,274

H
£

325,439

S
O
Cc
f

1

92

|
116
180
17

94
95
96
97
98

.

.

.

Grand total, banks and insurance companies
Merchandising companies:
Department stores. . .
.
.
Wholesale jobbers
Feal estate. . .
Amusement companies
.
.
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies




1,373,512
933 443
471,673

27,?54
18 652
9,436

2
11
3

97,758
141 307
133,592

127,727
16*^ 980 i
171,985

29,969
22 673
38,393

C
*3
„

297

10,298,675

7,520,047

2,778,628

55,442

16

372,657

463,692

91,035

Q

2

674,963
236 982
1,459
326,094

65^,521
217,887
3*66,829

21,442
19 095
1,459
25,265

4?8
382
29
506

i

939

1,129

190

1
2
3

9

Total, insurance companies

<
W
100
101
109
103

3.18V20
3,696,797
639,930

2
1
2
4

.

4,556,8 9 2
'4,630,240
1,111,603

313

Total, banks
Insurance companies—
life
.
.
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
All other

114
169
14

-

8

1,239,498

1,172,237

67,261

1,345

1

939

1,129

322

305

11,538,173

8,692,284

2,845,889

56,787

17

373,596

464,821

17
163
160
55
28

15
145
106
26
16

1,26(1,150
9,795,898
1,173,172
580,665
1,764,025

918,495
6,327,777
£65,421
595,884
1,583,187

341,655
3,468,121
337,751
44,781
180,838

6,305
69,533
6,147
896
3,467

2
18
54
29
12

21,319
232,478
257,356
291,160
318,121

25,648
301,5^1
355,43)
354,9^4
361,222

4,329
69,053
98,074
6^,774
43,101

423

308

14,573,910

10,230,764

4,343,146

86,348

115

1,120,434

1 398 765

278,331

190
.

91,225

104 f
|
105 j

All other corporations of every description not else- !
where provided for
1,270
Corporations—inactive
542

|

1,812 | 815 |

Total, miscellaneous companies

;

18,009,302

815

Grand total for the State of West V i r g i n i a . .

11,811,068 !

18,609,302

11,811,068 ;

33,566,260 ! 172,156,553 !

6,798,234

132,593 ' 455 1 3.414,689 I 4,366,734
i
23,261
! 542 | " "273 I

6,798,234

132,593 j

952, U4.r»
22,991

997 j 3,414,962 I 4,389,998

66,409,707 \ 1,314,023 ! 1,713 ! 23,421,111 j 27,569,277

l.US, 1

WISCONSIN.
i

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere.
Total, agriculture and animax husbandry

47 :

\

Total, extraction ot minerals.
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred products—
Butter, cheese and milk
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits i
and ^eget ables)
7
j
Oleomargarine
I
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products.:
Bread and bakery products
|
Coffee and spices
:
Flour mills and gristmills
!
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses
Beet sugar
Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other




187 j

78 |

2,892.671

56 i
13 1

Extraction of mineralsCoal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals.
Iron mines
.
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries.
Oil, gas, and salt wells
All other

Total, food and kindred products.

22 i

$157,938 I
587,235 j
232,805 ;
1,614,693 i

71. |

27 !
23

4 !
1

13 !

11 .
6 !

19;
io!
15 ;
53 I

9i
15 i

5,607,792 j
773,797 ;
412,377 i
310.472
1,378,205

10,790,767

$404,489 I
490,427
162,480
1,193,621

$53,449 ;
70,325
421,069 •

SI,071 \
1,913
1,403
8,355 i

I $261,026
$337,220
I
141,779
217,209:
I
40,218
54,066
I 1,391,176 I 1.568.506

$76,194
75,430
13.848
177,330

2,251,020 !

641,651 I

12,742 ; 109 j 1,834,199 | 2. J 77.001

342.802

1,304.717
11
3.290.238
444,772
394,447
245,500

1,003,394 i
i
;
!
!

2.317,554 ;
329,025
17.930
64,972 I

1,060.453 '

317,752 '

6,740,138 I

4,0".0,629 I

44
33
7
25

20.068 !
1 '
46.337
6,225
325 •
1,300
6,353

55,529

5,726

25

229.401
530,661
493,678
59,399
48,345
507.181

198,091
980
77,260
3,408
29.389
123.456

~
X

12
3
6
38

31.310
c23,681
416,418
55,991
18,956
383,725

-;

80,609

73 j 1,485.884

1,924.194

438,310

C-

49,803 |

119

46

662

440

13,406.911 i

12; 604, ,18

802,193

15,094 i 222 I 4,469.009 j 4,545,829 ;

83

62

4,479,917 i

3,840,628 \

639,289 ;

12,649 '

13
19

9;
15 '

55 |

43 i

5,506,469 '
1,099,362 !
265,653 !
2,376,597 !

3,807,824 '
924,954
228.595
1,955,956

1,698,645
174,408
37,058
420,641 .

3I

42
18
899

1 !
33
11 !
617

570,651
4,254,019
5,494,869

536,196 |
3,501,564 j
3,751,025 !

37,454,448

31,151,460 !

34,455 !
752,455 !
i
1,743,844
6,302,9

7ri,820

33,808
3,489
741
8,189 )

21 :
1
I
4 :

525,305 '
43,681
123,186
46,111

637,465
50.317
188,039
57,308

112,160
6,636
64,853
11,197

12 i

452,464

477,981

25,517

689 '
15,039 j
34,878 I

1
1
9
7

121,313 !
14,500 i
99,188 I
125,529 j

121,634
15,063
115,281
215,996

321
563
id,093
93,467

I
i
|
!

121,576 | 282 1 6,020,286 | 6,424,913 j

404,627

—

TABLE 10a. CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

00
-a

to

(Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.)

WISCONSIN—Continued.

Classification

c

24
25
?6
27
28
29
30

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Textiles and their p r o d u c t s Carpets and rugs

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOMK.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit

37
39

$350,164

$163,287

1186,877

$3,738

2

$21,483

$23,412

4
1
37
1
13
18
6
11
13

262,077
10,322
7,975,027
179,064
1,470,224
2,707,964
278.859
1,147,150
1,814,404

192,314
8,229
6,319,863
144,857
1,289,905
2,105,665
214,980
886,958
1,388,030

69,763
2,093
1,655,164
34,207
180.319
602.299
33,879
260,192
426,374

1,254
42
31,663
684
3,543
11,842
641
5,132
8,324

2

17,543

18,386

843

9

214,165

235,004

20,839

1
1
3
4
3

17,309
84,116
386,251
149,311

19,257
344
93,385
407,429
198,755

1,948
344
9,269
21,178
49,444

130

105

16,195,255

12.744,088

3,451,167

66,863

25

890,178

995,972

105,794

23
319

21
249

9,918.181
59,920,104

5,373,219
47,973,214

4,544,962
11,946,830

89,949
235,217

2
70

14,008
1,793,722

19,345
2,260,896

5,337
467,174

Total, iron and steel products

35
36

1

6
1
46
1
14
19
9
15
16

Total, textiles and their products

32
33
34

3

Cotton goods
Hats and oaDs
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk eoods
Woolen and worsted goods
Afen's clothing
Women's clothing
Men's and women's other lurnishings
A11 other
. .
...

342

270

69,838,285

53,346,433

16,491.852

325,166

72

1,807,730

2,280,241

472,511

Lumber and its manufacturesSawmills and planing mills
Furniture and fixtures.
All other woodworking establishments

129
66
120

103
47
90

16,599,915
7,555,149
8,661,102

13,786,492
6,777,346
7,035,582

2,813,423
777,803
1,628,520

55,333
15,457
32,366

26
19
30

3,502,565
628,027
872,789

4,024,994
753,521
1,047,374

522,429
125,494
174,585

315

240

32,819,166

27,599,420

5,219,746

103,156

75

5,003,381

5,825,889

822,508

fron and steel p r o d u c t s Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops

Total, lumber and its manufactures.




.

$1,929

o
o

g

Leather andfinishedproductsLeather, tanned, curried, and finished.,.
Boots and shoes
All other.

40
41
42

Total, paper and printing.
Liquors and beveragesDistilled
Malted
Allother

47
48
49

Total, liquors and beverages.
Chemicals and allied productsChemicals
Fertilizers
Gas, illuminating and heating.
Oils, and oil products
Paints and varnishes
Patent medicines
Petroleum, refined
Soap
All other

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57

59
60
i
!
!
I

65 ;
66 j
67

Total, chemicals and allied products,
Stone, clay, and glass products—
StoneCement
Marble and stone work
ClayBrick and tile
Pottery, terra cotta,fireclay. etc..
All other
........'
Glass and glass products

389,294 !

14,405,504

69 | 3,396,234 | 3,749,386 \

353,152

552 !
300,800 !
116,816 !

4,024 j
355,417 S
140,959 j

3,472
54,617
24,143

H
>

418, 168!

500,400 i

82,232

W

116,730
1,488 |

150,376
1,529 j

33,64b
41

1,054 I

1,762,362
40,702,188
5,268,290

1,709,684 ;
32,040,453 |
4,207,085 !

52, 678
8,661, 735
1,061,205

173,198
21.226

130 •

106 |

47,732,840

37,957,222 I

9,775,618

195,478 |

11
34

20
3 ;
2!

12
3
2

436,706
ll,9£0
22,870 j
173,595 i
631,266 ;
10,835

1!

12 1
11
24 j
,
-

S,735
239
457
3,467
12,521
218

91,064
37,752
57,304
1,786
62,890
49,142

19,513 !

I
i
!
!
j

96,920
42,817
67,874 !
6,713 !
72,857 i
61,164 I

19,356
114,009
218,577
1,210

H

5,856
5,065
10,570
4,927
9,967
12,022

!

8
70 •

4
53
32 i

1,580,060
4,207,183

408,724
1,482,766

8,174
20,357

11,121,200 i

7,942,488

3,178,712 '

54,168

32 1

418,156 !

500,2cO !

119,951
2,395,221

3
18
55 :

24
48 j

1,988,784 !
5,689,949 \

675,314 !
36,815 1
29,034 !
373,2£8 I
997,381 |
43,443 '

1,253
36,034
30,322

287,361 i

1 ;
84 :
21

1,112,020 !
48,765 !
51,904 !
546,853 |
1,628,647 :
54.278 !

518,522 j

18,303

31,542,113 |

2
96
32

12 :
2
2
|

o,865 •
200,719 I
311,938 !

3 1
599,110 j
618,466
8 | 1,219,537 1 1,333,546 j
57 I 1,559,284 ! 1,777,861 !

367,630 I

45,947,617

302 ! 233

4,612 I
164,685 |
281,616

124,117 !
135,450 i
27,367 I

12,782,119 ,
10,271,714
8,120,650 !

Total, stone, clay, and glass products
[ 106 j
Metals and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters
,
4
Manufactures.
65 !
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles.............
40 !




2
4\
6I

450,913

Total, leather and finished products
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, and electrotyping, type j
founding, etc.)
!

43
44
45
46

61
62
63
64

123,927
27,416 !
13,426 !

91,360
2,171,409

28,591
223,812

571
1.429

13 |
14 \

86,423
303,772

107,265 !
409,716 ;

36,102
10,468
127,219 !
186,603 i

723
209
2,544
3,731

356,688 |

379,154

7,129

195,243
109,880

21,250
39.987

a
o

22,466

7,129

8

425,948 ;
35,750 1
679,710 i
681.908
4,338,488
505,777 j
16,875,661 !
19,305,284 I

389,846 '
25,282
552,491 1
195,305 |
3,725,693
434,793 !
11,190,701
13.579,764 i

612,795

12,207

70,984
5,684,960 i
5,725,520 i

1,420
113,731
113.488

36

g
20,842
105,944

746,883

12 !

i

173.993

-a

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dor. ;n, 191'U
WISCONSIN—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total, metals and metal products other than iron i
and steel
;

75
1(\ .
77

78 :
79 '
80 i
81

Miscellaneous industries;
Tobacco
!
Agricultural implements
i
Electrical machinery
[
Musical instruments, pianos, crgans, etc
;
Rubber goods
.'
Fur gocds
!
Shipbui'ding
;
Building construction
\
Construction; contracting (pavements, reads, tun- j
neis, river and harbor dredging, etc. j
Engineering
VI] other

J

24
1

Gross
income.

17 ;

i

11,359,573
140,450 i

Total
deductions.

$1 096,736
99,023

Not income. '

$262,837
41,427

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME

Normal
fax.

; Num;
bcr of
•

cor-

i porations.

$4,507
621 ;
.

7

Gross
income.

$199,451

Total
deductions.

S227 590

Deficit.

•$28,139

X

134

107 i

38,186,745 i

18
18
34
/
12
5
13
45

io!
10 ;
19 I
4 ;
10 i
4 i

8
35

520,324
2,151,891
2,789,189
459,883 :
5,870, 639
310,498
1,976,559
1,736,943

92
18
147

10 ;
108 i

409

284

26 401,017
482,536

11,785,728

27

443,337

532 713

89,376

6,3E5
3,160

8
8
15
3
2
1
o
10

87, 760 !
312,696
441,719 :
31,435
14,8*'3 :
32,834 !
94,999 !
312,326 !

98 082
363 581
483 525
47 500
20,844
40 351
105,116
372,225

10,322
50,885
41,806
!6,065
5,981
7,517
JO, 117
59,899

233,767

272,700
1 656,859
,
552,224
1,

3,949,093
1 016,281
,
9,375,475

3,659,348

10,898
5,8r8
72,867

26
8
39

609,183 \ 687,
022
292,827 ! 373,284
451,234 i 1,073,623

77,839
80,457
622,389

7,476,109

146,974

125

2,681,876 j 3,665, 153 !

983,277

364,555,210 j 277, 534,864

87,020,256

4,489,949
1,311,126
13,034,823 !

1 857,8 3
2,128,602
387,771

4 496,331

540,856
294,845

757 !
4,990 i
12,627
1,442
27,184

756

i

Total, miscellaneous industries
Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries
, Public utilities:
82 I
Electric and gas lighting and power companies
S3 I
Railroads, steam
T
,
84 *
Railways, electric, city and suburban.




1
!
2,942 2,163

170
32
15

118
15 !
10 !

14,153,100 i
2,217,615 !
8,319,922 r

11,155,808
1,729,352

2,997,292

764,619

I 555,303

488,263

1,714,485 : 779

22,277,142

52
17
5

499,060
748,830
324,070

58,544
9,688
31.093

25,896, 703 ; 3,619,561
712, 434 i
885, 574 i
342. 714

Ti
•z.

37,788
294,0)8 ,
660,587
72,112
,374,308
!
37,798
319, 700
184,719

34,651,824 i 27,175,715

66

TIST

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
\
Metals and metal produces other than iron and steel— I
Continued.
!
Carriages and wagons
i
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
\
!
All other

74

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Total
num' ber of
I cor- NumI pora- ber of
tions correport-j pora; ing. | tions.

213,374
136,744
18.644

—

M5
86
87
88
89

Steamship transportation companies.
Waterworks
•
Express companies
Telephone telegraph and radio companies
\11 other

766

;

°

42,626

44,61a

34,509
12,746 j

l
116
38

7,611
222,311
307,973

8,213
246,209
338,562 ;

602
23,8^8
'60,589

234

2,152,481

2, 608,321 :

455,810

10
58

240,271
557,741

258,488
973,652

18 217
415,911

68

798,012

1, 232,140

434,128

2

587,197

616,541

29,344

36, 694,208

28,488,021

8,206,187

141 i
729 !
11 |

131
671
11

9, 730,121
13, 437,210
663,827

7,352,870
9,851,406
459,101

2,377,251
3,585,804
204,726

881 !

813

23, 831,158

17,663,377

6,167,781

4
111
58

60, 167,936
7, 156,381
92,906
898,452

57,126,739
6,420,437
782,550

3,041,197
735,944
92,906
115,902

60,823 |
14,719
17875
2,323

is

73,181

76,240

3,059

ZP

177

68, 315, 675

64,329,726

3,985,949

79,740

20

660,378

692,781

32,403

Cl

990

92, 146,833

81,993,103

10,153, 730

202,874

88

1,458,390

1, 924,921

466,531

o

32 !
258 i
329 l
1.44 i
53 -

25
228
176
81
40

4, 926,511
17, 368,905
2, 3£3,581
1, 499,051
1, 807,456

3,386,026
12,598,924
1,849,207
1,326,586
1,684,305

1,040,^85
1.769,981
'544,374
172,465
123,15]

30
153
63
13

327, 733
1.200,3*8
819,394
1,035,628
820,370

347,066
1, 358,414
1, 169,886
1, 159,035
878,123

19,333
158,016
350,492
123,407
57,753

O
O
%

816

550

27, 995,504

21,345,048

6,650,456

266

4,203,523

4, 912,524

709,001

All other corporations oi every description not elsewhere
provided for
3,818
Corporations—inactive
1,909
n

2,498

61, 651,077

45,611,409

312,365 ' 1,320 10,153,498
1
1,909
16,924

14, 417,318
71,196

4,263,850
54,272

312,365

10,170,422

14, 488,544

4,318,122

2,615,579 ] "4,778 43,582,041

53, 932,208

10,350,167

...:.;

•

Insurance companies-Life.
... ...
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty.
Fide.itv and surety
•.
All other
".

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate . . .
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies

105

668
15,222

532

Banks and insurance companies:
BanksNational banks
Savings banks and State banks
Trust companies

Grand total, banks and insurance, companies

104

33,438
761 812
1,732,973
'637,106

Total, insurance companies

qq
100
101
102
103

328,727
943 125
5,322,3i8
2,244,072

Total, banks
93
94
95
96
97
98

321
53

362,165
i 704 937

8

7 , 055,291
2, 881,178

Total, public utilities

gO
91
92

12 :
8 i
l <;
437 !
91 i

Total, miscellaneous companies.
Grand total for the State of Wisconsin




•

162,470

47,568
71,470 ;
4,096
123,134

j

6 I
4-i
111 i
58 j

is i
197 1
1,078

5,727

16,039,668

2,498

61, 651,077

45,611,409

16,039,668

i l , 635 6,857
. ...

596, 726,270

463,963,693

132,762,577

20.645
92', 658
1.0,813
3,440
2,448 i
130,034

3,229

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX—DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.
[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]

WYOMING.

INDUSTRIES.

Agriculture and animal husbandry:
Farming
Florists and fruit growers
Stock raising
Forest and lumber not provided for elsewhere
Total, agriculture and animal husbandry.
Extraction of minerals:
Coal mines
Copper mines
Gold and silver and precious metals.
Iron mines
Lead and zinc mines
Quarries
Oil, gas, and salt wells
Allother
Total, extraction of minerals.
Manufacturing and mechanical industries:
Food and kindred productsButter, cheese, and milk.
13 I
Canning and preserving (fish and oysters, fruits
14 !
and vegetables)
Oleomargarine
15 j
16
Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products
Bread and bakery products
17 i
18 l
Coffee and spices
19
Flour mills and gristmills
20
Sugar refining (not including beet sugar) and molasses




CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.
Total I
num-1
ber of I
cor- Numpora- ber of
Normal
Total
Gross
tions cor- ; income.
tax.
deductions. Net income.
report- pora- |
ing. tions. I

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Number of
corporations.

Total
deductions.

Gross
income.

13
2
231
5

$23,881

$477

175
2

6,558,507
38,785

4,095,984 |
22,792

2,462,523
15,993

48,278
320

$88,160
5,585
849,143
2,212

251 I

180

6,654,748

4,152,351

2,502,397

49,075

945,100

7,589,392
1,731

1,779,456
21
20

35,588
1
1

19,340 !
502 I

157,456

$33,575

j
I
!
j

Deficit.

$107,201
6,170
868,656
6,682

$19,041
585
19,513
4,470

988,709

43,609

56,658 |
1,069
43,194 I

101,392
25,049
66,721

44,734
23,980
23,527

58,844 I
21,109 I

270,678
46,308

211,834
25,199

180,874 j

510,148

329,274

22,268 j

23,041

773

12,647

14,802

2,155

*3

18
1,752
20

1,307,430
26,514
30

308,975
1,423

998,455 I
25,091 I

10,704,564

7,901,521

2,803,043 |

101,751

77,769 •

55,432

448

14,750 j

6,175

8,575

172

90,381 j
8,233 *

60,096
8,054

30,285
179

-606
4

129,468

126,046

2f474

61

255,514 j

6

21 S
22
23 !

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32 j
33
34

35

37
38
39

40 !
41 \
42 !

43
44
45 !
46 '

Confectionery and ice cream
Food preparations, all other.
Total, food and kindred products.,

, , .

Textiles and their products—
Caroets and rues
Cordage and twine
•
Cotton goods
Hats and caps
Hosiery and knit goods
Silk and silk goods ..
.
Woolen and worsted goods
Men's clothing
Women's clothing .
Men's and women's other furnishings
Allother
Total, textiles and their products
Iron and steel productsBlast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills
Foundry and machine shops
— ... —
Total, iron and steel products
Lumber and its manufactures—
Sawmills and plaining mills
Furniture and fixtures
All other woodworking establishments
Total, lumber and its manufactures
Leather and finished products-Leather, tanned curried and finished
Boots and shoes
\11 other
!
;
Total, leather and finished products
Paper and printingPaper and wood pulp
Manufactures of paper
1
Printing and publishing
Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping and ulectrotyping, type
founding, etc.)
Total paper and printing
\




1

1

6,714

16

20

6,780
477,409

288,276

-•

66*

189,133

1

3,705

4

34,915

37,843

2,928

1
j

... .
i

....

.....

1
4

2

26,674
47,859

22,810
32,082

3,864
15,777

54
281

2

55,776

60,073

4,297

5

3

74,533

54,892

19,641

335

2

55,776

60,073

4,297

9

6

110,467

78,033

32,434

649

3

81,178

225,718

144,540

9

6

110,467

78,033

32,434

649

3

81,178

225,718

144,540

GP

3

|
x

!

i

i

2,410

2,511

101

1

i

2,410

2,511

101

1
!

27

20 '

340 753

27

20

340,753

i

255 111

85 642

1,704

7

60 394

70,836

4,442

255,111

85,642

1,704

7

66,394

70,836

4,442

o
o
g

TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX™ DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES—Continued.

oe

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1916.]
WYOMING—Continued.
Total
number of
INDUSTRIES.

Manufacturing and mechanical industries—Continued.
Liquors and beveragesDistilled.
Malted.
Allother.
Total, liquors and beverages.
Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Chemicals .
Fertilizers.
Gas illuminating and heating.
Oils and oil products.
Paints and varnishes.
Patent medicines.
Petroleum, refined.
Soap.
Allother.
Total, chemicals and allied products.

59
60
01
62
63
64

Stone, clay, and glass p r o d u c t s Stone—
Cement..
Marble and stone work.
ClayBrick and tile •.. 4
Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, e t c .
AM other
._'
Glass and glass products.
Total, stone, clay, and glass products




Numpora- ber of

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NET INCOME.

Gross
income.

!
:
\
!
Total
;N
.
Normal
Nel 1 I 1 ( o m o
| deductions. *
tax.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

|Num- \
jbe™f'
Gross
j pc^!a_ ; income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

3

cc
H

O
W

o
a
c

65
66
67
68
69
70

;
I
j
!
:
i

Metals and metal products other than iron and steelSmelters
.
Manufacture
Automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles
Carriages and wagons
."
Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.)
Allother

2,850

1,850

1,000

2,850 !

1,850

1,000 ;

Total, metals and metalproducts other than iron j
and steel

71
72 !
73 ;i
74
75 :
76 ;
77 !
78 :
79
80 •

81

*.....,.;..;,

Miscellaneous industries—
Tobacco.

,....!

Agricultural implements
Electrical machinery
Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc
....
Rubber goods
Fur goods
*
Shipbuilding
Building construction
Construction; contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging, etc.)
Engineering
.
......
A]] other.

l !

2,109 !
| . . . !*.!.!
!
1
I
j
j
6 1
I
1 =
!
2i

Tom], public utilities.

90
91
92

Banks and insurance companies:
Banks—
National banks
Savings banks and state banks
Trust companies
Total, banks.




3.625

j
I
j
I
|
|

17.811 I

235

43,034 j

3.360

"4*436" j

"l7*68:i1

13**253

63,789 I

84 262 i

188541 I
!
1,309.726 |

15.701 !

315

2 277, 788

968.062 |

14 276

35 !

385 110 ]

168,795

II

137.408 !

31.387 '

628

1 ;
1 >.

8.783 I
14 189 j
60.631 i

8,783 !
20 256 i
70,778 !

6 067
10 147

42 314 !
38 400 !

47 312 !
46,796 i

4 998
8 396

193925 i

29.608

12 161 i
50.886 >

12,426
100, Q(\R i

265
56.082

63,047

119.394 !

56,347

290 j

161

156

16 671
44,498

11
11

14 666
29 889

2 005
14.609

182,119 I

48 006

309
6!

590 575

205,465

3
a
o

1
42
294
}

164 317

36

21

230 125

36 ;
81 !
3 I

35
67
3

1,598 849 !
924 895
39 536

1,051,655
551 665
25 201 I

547.194
373 230
14 335 i

10.944
7, 460
286

2,563 280

1,628 521 I

634.759 !

18 690

105 !

>
5
3

20 473

15,411 !

1.707

99 I

120

17,576 !
i
39,674 |

187,124
1.417

204 242

Grand total, manufacturing and mechanical
industries
j
82
83
8-1
85
86
87
88
S9

5,734

I

Total, miscellaneous industries

*ublic utilities:
;
* lectric and gas lighting and power companies
Railroads, steam
!
; Railwavs, electric, city and suburban
Steamship transportation companies
i
Waterworks
Express companies
Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies
All other

20 |.

!

1
14

OS

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TABLE 10a.—CORPORATION INCOME TAX- DISTRIBUTION OF INCOMES BY INDUSTRIES, FOR STATES AND TERRITORIE S—Continued.

00

o

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dee. 31, 1916.j

Classitication No.

WYOMING—Continued.

INDUSTRIES.

Total
number of
corporations
reporting.

CORPORATIONS SHOWINCr NET INCOME

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Net income.

CORPORATIONS SHOWING NO NET INCOME.

Normal
tax.

Number of
corporations.

Gross
income.

Total
deductions.

Deficit.

H
03

94
95
Pfi
97
98

Banks and insurance companies—Coniinued.
Insurance companieslife . .
Fire and marine (stock)
Fire and marine (mutual)
Casualty
Fidelity and surety
Another
Total, insurance companies
Grand total, banks and insurance companies

100
101
10?
103

Merchandising companies:
Department stores
Wholesale jobbers
Real estate
Amusement companies
Hotels and restaurants
Total, merchandising companies

104
105

All other corporations of every description not elsewhere
provided for
»
Corporations—inactive
Total, miscellaneous companies
Grand total for the State of Wyoming




jj

10

-1556.076

$44,358

$11,718

$234

14,677

1

1.2.276

2,40i

45

2

$2.877

$7,42l

$4,544

§
O

11

9

70,753

56,634

14,119

279

2

2,877

7,421

4,544

^

131

114

2,634,033

1,685,155

948,878

18,969

17

65.924

126.815

60 891

§

1
15
35
6
12

1
14
21
9

29,303
445,360
441,232
42,497
517,957

14,516
317 264
344,662
39,071
476,155

14, 787
128 096
96,570
3,426
41,802

296
2 562
1,887
' 68
838

14
3
3

4 101
47,821
33,252
71,000

7 264
68,749
37,200
87,483

20,928
3,948
16,483

69

48

1,476,349

1,191,668

284,681

5,651

21

156,174

200,696

44,522

321
293

237

4,668.292

3,327,700

1,340,592

26,450

84
293

470,868
2

653,278
38,446

182,410
38,444

614

237

4,668,292

3,327,700

1,340,592

26,450

377

470,870

691.724

220,854

1,291

694

28,645,899

19,750,240

8,895,659

170,818

597

2,368,369

3,302,592

934,223

O

3 163

P*

APPENDIX.
CLASSIFICATION OF OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS IN THE PERSONAL
INCOME TABLES.
CLASSIFICATION OF INDUSTRIAL GROUPS IN THE CORPORATION
INCOME TABLES.




381

CLASSIFICATION OP OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS IN THE
PERSONAL INCOME TABLES.
PROFESSIONS.
Classification
No.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Accounting professions: Accountants, statisticians, actuaries, etc.
Architects.
Artists: Painters, sculptors, etc.
Authors, editors, reporters, etc.
( lergymen.
Engineers: (' ivil, mining, etc.
Lawyers and judges.
Medical professions: Physicians, surgeons, oculists, dentists, nurses and other
medical specialists.
Public service: Civil.
Public service: Military.
Theatrical professions: Actors, singers, musicians, etc.
Teachers: From kindergarten to university; also school and college officials.
All other professions and occupations.
Professions and occupations not stated.
BUSINESS.

15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.

Agriculturists: Farmers, stock raisers, orchardists, etc.
Bankers.
Real-estate brokers: Agents and salesmen.
Stock and bond brokers.
Insurance brokers.
Brokers: All other.
( apitalists: Investors and speculators.
( ommercial travelers.
Corporation officials: Secretaries, managers, cashiers, presidents, etc.
Employees, all other: Superintendents, foremen, office employees, etc.
Hotel proprietors and restaurateurs.
Insurance agents and solicitors.
Labor, skilled and unskilled.
Lumbermen.
Manufacturers.
Merchants and dealers: Storekeepers, jobbers, commission merchants, etc.
Mine owners and mine operators.
Saloon keepers.
Sportsmen and turfmen.
Theatrical business: Owners, managers, etc.
All other business.
Business not stated.

CLASSIFICATION OF INDUSTRIAL GROUPS IN THE CORPORATION INCOME TABLES.
A. AGRICULTURE AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY.
Classification
No.

1.
2.
3.
4.

Farming.
Florists and fruit growers.
Stock raising.
Forest and lumber not elsewhere provided for.
B. EXTRACTION OF MINERALS.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Coal mines.
Copper mines.
Gold and silver and precious metal*
Iron mines.
Lead and zinc mines.
Quarries.
Oil, gas, and salt wells.
All other.




383

HH4

STATISTICS OK INOOMK.
(\ MANUFACTURING AND MECHANICAL INDUSTRIES.
(C-l) FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS.

13. Butter, cheese and milk:
Includes the manufacture of—
Butter.
Butter, reworking.
( heese.
Condensed milk.
14. 0arming and preserving:
Includes the canning and preserving o—
f
Fish.
Fruits and vegetables.
Oysters.
Pickles, preserves, and sauces.
15. Oleomargarine.
16. Slaughtering and meat packing, and meat products:
Includes—
Lard, refined, not made in slaughtering and meat-packing establishments.
Sausage, not made in slaughtering and meat-packing establishments.
Slaughtering and meat packing, wholesale.
Slaughtering, wholesale, not including meat packing.
17. Bread and other bakery products.
18. ( offee and spice, including roasting and grinding.
19. Flour-mills and gristmills:
Includes—
Flour-mill and gristmill products.
Rice, cleaning and polishing.
20. Sugar, refining (not including beet sugar), and molasses:
Includes—
Sugar, cane.
Sugar, refining, not including beet sugar.
21. Beet sugar.
22. ( onfectiouery and ice cream.
23. Food preparations, all other:
Includes the manufacture of—
Chocolate and cocoa products, not. including confectionery
Cordials and flavoring sirups.
Flavoring extracts.
Food preparations, not elsewhere specified.
Glucose.
Peanuts, grading, roasting, cleaning and shelling.
Poultry, killing and dressing.
Starch.
Vinegar and cider.
(C-2) TEXTILES AND THEIR PRODUCTS.

24. Carpets and rugs:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Carpets and rugs, other than rag.
Carpets, rag.
25. Cordage and twine.
26. Cotton goods:
Includes the manufacture of
Cotton goods.
Cotton small wares.
Flags and banners.
Lace, cotton.
27. Hats and caps:
Includes the manufacture of—
Hats and caps, other than felt, straw and wool.
Hats, fur-felt.
Hats, wool-felt.
28. Hosiery and knit goods, including hand-knit goods.
29. Silk and silk goods, including throwsters.




STATISTICS OF INCOME.

385

30. Woolen, worsted goods:
Includes—
Felt goods.
Shoddy.
Wool pulling.
Wool scouring.
Woolen goods.
Worsted goods.
31. Men's clothing, including buttonholes.
32. Women's clothing.
33. Other men's and women's furnishings:
Includes the manufacture of—
Collars and cuffs, men's
Corsets.
Furnishing goods, men's.
Shirts.
Millinery and lace goods, not elsewhere specified.
Suspenders, garters, and elastic woven goods.
34. All other:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Awnings, tents and sails.
Bags, other than paper, not including bags made in textile mills.
Belting and hose, woven.
Cloth, sponging and re finishing.
Clothing, horse.
Dyeing and finishing textiles, exclusive of that done in textile mills.
Flax and hemp, dressed
Haircloth.
Hammocks.
Jute goods.
Linen goods.
Mats and matting, from cocoa fiber, grass, etc.
Nets and seines.
Oakum.
Oilcloth and linoleum, floor.
Oilcloth, enameled.
Regalia, and society badges and emblems.
Upholstering, materials, not elsewhere specified.
Waste.
(C-3) IRON AND STEEL PRODUCTS.

35. Blast furnaces, steel works and rolling mills:
Includes the manufacture of—
Iron and steel in blast furnaces and steelworks and rolling mills.
Cast-iron and wrought-iron pipe.
Structural ironwork, not made in steelworks or rolling mills.
Tinplate and terneplate.
Wire.
Wirework, including wire rope and cable, not elsewhere specified.
36. Foundry and machine shops:
Includes the manufacture of—
Cash registers and calculating machines.
Cutlery and edge tools.
Engines, steam, gas and water.
Files.
Firearms.
Foundry and machine-shop products.
Gas machines and gas and water meters.
Hardware.
Hardware, saddlery.
Horseshoes, not made in steelworks or rolling mills.
Iron and steel, bolts and nuts, washers and rivets, not made in steelworks or rolling mills.
iron and steel, doors and shutters.
Iron and steel forgings, not made in steelworks or rolling mills.
Iron and steel, nails and spikes, cut and wrought, including wire nails,
not made in steelworks or rolling mills.
35884°—18




2.~

386

STATISTICS OF IN COM K

36. Foundry and machine shops—Continued.
Includes the manufacture of—Continued.
Locomotives, not made by railroad companies.
Ordnance and accessories.
Pens, steel.
Plumbers' supplies, not elsewhere specified.
Pumps, not including steam pumps.
Pumps, steam.
Safes and vaults.
Saws.
Scales and balances.
Screws, machine.
Screws, wood.
Sewing machines and attachments.
Springs, steel, car, and carriage, etc., not made in steelworks or rolling:
mills.
Steam fittings and steam and hot-water heating apparatus.
Stoves and hot-air furnaces, except gas and oil stoves.
Stoves, gas and oil.
Tools, not elsewhere specified.
Typewriters and supplies.
Vault lights and ventilators.
(C-4) LUMBER AND ITS MANUFACTURES.
37. Sawmills, planing mills:
Includes—
Lumber and timber products.
Lumber, planing-mill products, not including planing mills connected
with sawmills.
38. Furniture and fixtures:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Billiard tables and materials.
Furniture.
Looking-glass and picture frames.
Refrigerators.
Show cases.
39. All other woodworking establishments:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Baskets and rattan and willow ware.
Boxes, cigar.
Boxes, wooden packing, except cigar boxes.
Charcoal, not including production in the lumber and wood distillation
industries.
Coffins, burial cases and undertakers' goods.
Cooperage.
Cork, cutting.
Lasts.
Matches.
Pulp goods.
Pulp wood.
Rules, ivory and wood.
Sewing-machine cases.
Window and door screens and weather strips.
Wood carpet.
Wood preserving.
Wood, turned and carved.
Wooden goods, not elsewhere specified.
(C-5) LEATHER AND FINISHED PRODUCTS.
40. Leather, tanned, curried and finished:
Includes—
Belting, leather.
Leather, tanned, curried and finished.
41. Boots and shoes, not including rubber boots and shoes.




STATISTICS OF INCOME.

387

42. All other:
Includes the manufacture of—
Boot and shoe cut stock.
Boot and shoe findings.
Gloves and mittens, leather.
Leather goods, not elsewhere specified.
Pocketbooks.
Saddlery and harness.
Trunks and valises.
(C-6) PAPER AND PRINTING.

43. Paper and wood pulp, including cardboards, not made in paper mills.
44. Manufactures of paper:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Bags, paper, not including bags made in paper mills.
Boxes, fancy and paper.
Card cutting and designing.
Envelopes.
Paper goods, not elsewhere specified.
Paper patterns.
Wall paper, not made in paper mills.
45. Printing and publishing:
Includes—
Bookbinding and blank-book making.
Labels and tags.
Lithographing.
Printing and publishing, book and job.
Music.
Newspapers and periodicals.
Printing materials.
46. Industries relating to printing and publishing (engraving, stereotyping, electrotyping, type-founding, etc.):
Includes—
Engraving and die sinking.
Engraving, steel and copper plate, including plate printing.
Engraving, wood.
Photo-engraving, not done in printing establishments.
Stereotyping and electrotyping.
Type-founding.
(C-7) LIQUORS AND BEVERAGES.

47. Distilled.
48. Malted:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Liquors, malt.
Malt.
49. Other:
Includes the manufacture of—
Liquors, vinous.
Mineral and soda waters.
(C-8) CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS.

50. Chemicals:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Chemicals.
Sulphuric, nitric, and mixed acids.
51. Fertilizers.
52. Gas, illuminating and heating.
53. Oils, and oil products:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Oil, castor.
Oil, cottonseed and cake.
Oil, essential.
Oil, lard, not made in slaughtering and meat-packing establishments.
Oil, linseed.
Oil, not elsewhere specified.
54. Paints and varnishes.




388

STATISTICS OF INCOMK.

55. Patent medicines:
Includes patent medicines and compounds.
56. Petroleum, refined.
57. Soap.
58. All other:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Baking powders and yeast.
Blacking, stains and dressings.
Bluing.
Bone, carbon and lampblack.
Candles.
Cleansing and polishing preparations.
Coke, not including gas-house coke.
Drug grinding.
Druggists1 preparations.
Dyestuffs and extracts.
Explosives.
Grease and tallow, not elsewhere specified, not iucluding axle grease.
Ink, printing.
Ink, writing.
Lubricating greases, including axle grease.
Perfumery and cosmetics.
Salt.
Turpentine and rosin.
Wood distillation, not including turpentine and rosin.
(C-9) STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS.
STONE:

59. Cement.
60. Marble and stone work:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Artificial-stone products.
Emery and other abrasive wheels.
Grindstones.
Hones and whetstones.
Lime.
Marble and stone work.
Millstones.
Monuments and tombstones.
CLAY:

61. Brick and tile:
Including sand-lime brick.
62. Pottery, terra cotta, fire clay, etc.
63. All other:
Includes—
China decorating, not including that done in potieries.Crucibles.
Minerals and earths, ground.
Statuary and art goods.
Wall plaster.
GLASS:

64. Glass and glass products:
Includes—
Glass.
Glass, cutting, staining and ornamenting.
Mirrors, framed and unframed, not elsewhere specified.
(C-10) METALS AND METAL PRODUCTS OTHER THAN IRON AND STEEL,
65. Smelters:
Includes—
Smelting
Smelting
Smelting
Smelting




and
and
and
and

refining,
refining,
refining,
refining,

copper.
lead.
zinc.
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66. Manufactures:
Includes
Aluminum ware.
Babbitt metal and solder.
Bells.
Brass, bronze, and copper products.
Clocks.
Copper, tin, and sheet-iron work.
Electroplating.
Galvanizing.
Gas and electric fixtures.
Gold and silver, leaf and foil.
Gold and silver, reducing and refining, not from ore.
Jewelry.
Lamps and reflectors.
Lead, bar, pipe, and sheet.
Needles, pins, and hooks and eyes.
Pens, gold.
Plated ware.
Silversmithing and silverware.
Stamped and enameled ware, not elsewhere specified.
Tin foil.
Tinware, not elsewhere specified.
Watch and clock materials.
Watchcases.
Watches.
(C-ll) VEHICLES FOR TRANSPORTATION.
67. Automobiles, motorcycles and bicycles:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Automobile bodies and parts.
Automobiles.
Motorcycles, bicycles and parts.
68. Carriages and wagons:
Includes the manufacture ofCarriage and wagon materials.
Carriages and sleds, children's.
Carriages and wagons.
69. Cars (steam railroad, street cars, etc.):
Includes—
Oars and general shop construction and repairs by steam railroad companies.
Cars and general shop construction and repairs by street railroad companies
Cars, steam railroad, not including operations of railroad companies.
Cars, street railroad, not including operations of railroad companies.
70. All other:
Includes—
Aeroplanes and parts.
Wheelbarrows.
(G-12) MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES.
71. Tobacco:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Tobacco, chewing and smoking, and snuff.
Tobacco, cigars, and cigarettes.
72. Agricultural implements.
73. Electrical machinery:
Includes electrical machinery, apparatus and supplies.
74. Musical instruments, pianos, organs, etc.:
Includes the manufacture o—
f
Musical instruments and materials, not specified.
Organs.
Pianos.
Piano and organ materials.
Phonographs and graphophones.




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75. Rubber goods:
Includes the manufacture o
f
—
Belting and hose, rubber.
Boots and shoes, rubber.
Rubber goods, not elsewhere specified.
76. Fur goods, including furs, dressed.
77. Shipbuilding:
Includes—
Shipbuilding, iron and steel.
Shipbuilding, wooden, including boat building.
78. Building construction.
79. Construction contracting (pavements, roads, tunnels, river and harbor dredging,
etc.).
80. Engineering.
81. All other:
Includes—
Ammunition.
Artificial flowers.
Artificial limbs.
Artists' materials.
Asbestos products, not including steam packing.
Brooms.
Brushes.
Buttons.
Combs and hairpins, not made from metal or rubber.
Dairymen's, poultrymen's and apiarists' supplies.
Dental goods.
Enameling.
Engravers' materials.
Fancy articles, not elsewhere specified.
Feathers and plumes.
Fire extinguishers, chemical.
Fireworks.
Foundry supplies.
Fuel, manufactured.
Graphite, ground and refined.
Hairwork.
Hand stamps.
Hat and cap materials.
Hats, straw.
House-furnishing goods, not elsewhere specified.
Ice, manufactured.
Instruments, professional and scientific.
Ivory, shell, and bone work, not including combs and hairpins.
Japanning.
Jewelry and instrument cases.
Lapidary work.
Laundries, steam.
Mattresses and spring beds, not elsewhere specified.
Models and patterns, not including paper patterns.
Motion-picture films.
Mucilage and paste.
Optical goods.
Paving materials.
Pencils, lead.
Pens, fountain and stylographic.
Photographic materials.
Photographic apparatus.
Pipes, tobacco.
Pulp, from fiber other than wood.
Roofing materials.
Sand and emery paper and cloth.
Signs, and advertising novelties.
Soda-water apparatus.
Sporting and athletic goods.
Stationery goods, not elsewhere specified.
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T n c 1 udes—Continued.
Stencils and brands.
Straw goods, not elsewhere specified.
Surgical appliances.
Toys and games.
Umbrellas and canes.
Washing machines and clothes wringers.
Whalebone cutting.
Whips.
Windmills, not elsewhere specified.
Window shades and fixtures.
D. PUBLIC UTILITIES.
82.
83.
84.
85.
8().
87.
88.
89.

Electric and gas lighting and power companies.
Railroads, steam.
Railways, electric, city, and suburban.
Steamship transportation companies.
Water works.
Express companies.
Telephone and telegraph companies.
All other.
E. BANKS AND INSURANCE COMPANIES.

(E-l) BANKS.
90. National banks.
91. Savings banks and State banks.
92. Trust companies.
93.
94.
95.
96.
97.
98.

99.
100.
1.01.
102.
103.

(E-2) INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Life.
Fire and marine (stock).
Fire and marine (mutual).
Casualty.
Fidelity and surety.
All other.
F. MERCHANDISING COMPANIES.
Department stores.
Wholesale jobbers.
Real estate.
Amusement companies.
Hotels and restaurants.
G. MISCELLANEOUS CORPORATIONS.

104. All other corporations of every description not elsewhere provided for.
H. INACTIVE CORPORATIONS.
105. Corporations, inactive or out of business.




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