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BULLETIN No. 47


NEW SERIES


JANUARY, 1931


CROP

STATISTICS


STATE OF FLORIDA

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
NATHAN MAYO, Commissioner
TALLAHASSEE



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SUMMARY OF CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FROM FLORIDA FOR THE SEASONS
1921-22 TO 1929-30, INCLUSIVE, INCLUDING ALL RAIL, BOAT AND EXPRESS SHIPMENTS
(Season September 1-July 1)


Commodity
Oranges .... .. ...
Grapefruit .......... ...
Mixed Citrus ... ............
Tangerines ................ ....
G rap es ....... ........... ..... ...
B lueberries ..........................
Pineapples ............ ......
B eans .. ............
Cantaloupes ..... ............
Cabbage
Carrots ... ......... .....
Celery ................ ..........
Corn, Green ..................
Cucumbers ..... ....
Cauliflower .......................
Eggplant ...... ..........
Green Peas ... ....... ....
L ettuce ......... ...........
Peppers ....... ..........
Potatoes, White ......... .
Potatoes, Sweet-. .............
R om aine ............... .....
Strawberries ........ :... ....
T om atoes ................ ... ..
Watermelons ..........
Mixed Vegetables ...........
Mtisellaneous .. ............

Grand Total ........
"' C it~ ............... ... .....


1921-22
22,777
15,018




729
162
3,011

6,526

2,052

339

2,957
1,155
5,301
139

720
10,461
11,341

3,401

86,089
37,795

48,294


1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26
26,446 36,046 26,209 17,957
20,548 23,066 20,814 18,035
4,442 3,565
1,129 1,789 1,255
........... ............ .. ......... 1 8
18
..........2 5
296 284 318 64
1,677 1,180 2,197 993
33 10 9 6
1,195 3,938 1,898 1,771
4
6,616 8,024 8,143 5,642
.81
1,787 1,559 2,087 2,187

241 211 277 82


2,984
1,105
3,573
62

1,143
10,269
3,907
4,232


86,114
46,994

39,120


2,540
1,606
4,412
47

842.
9,323
6,355
4,872


105,444
60,241

45,203


1,561
1,209
5,054
175

883
7,634
6,668
3,206
4

94,577
53,254

41,323


1,441
741
1,556
134
80
408
4,749
6,644
3,960
23

74,421
40,812

30,609


1926-27
21,787
17,843
4,922
1,530
15

61
2,795
7
1,162
1
7,677
78
2,631

199

1,391
1,630
5,384
159
220
760
10,078
7,686
2,915
21

90,952
46,082

44,870


1927-28
12,395
18,147
6,218
1,116
70
20
57
3,394
18
1,532
3
9,895
122
1,71&
14
234

1,630
2,283
7,899
186
187
662
8,391
9,572
3,683
90

89,536
37,876

51,660


1928-29
26,545
25,579
9,051
2,498
17
18
5
4,109
19
3,060
1
8,844
283
2,206
28
240
31
1,402
1,965
5,062
108
348
2,095
8,028
10,350
2,329


114,221.
-.63,673,

50,6&4


1929-30
16,475
13,950
8,217
843
12
20

4,054
1
2,272
5
9,852
264
987
2
207
6
386
1,671
4,781
113
174
1,721
6,457
8,163
3,494
11

84,138
.39,485-

.44,653













CARLOT INSPECTIONS APPLIED AT FLORIDA SHIPPING
POINTS FOR THE 1929-3:0 SEASON, WITH COMPARI-
SONS FOR SEVEN PREVIOUS SEASONS



SEASON 1929-30u
Oranges 23 1
Grapefruit 401
Mixed Citrus 81- 713
Beans 131
Beets 5
Cabbage 51
Celery 3.291
Cucumbers 19
Eggplant 13
Green Corn 3.....
Peas 3
Peppers 1
Potatoes. White 1.997
Tomatoes 122
Mixed Vegetables 26- 5,662

Totals 6,375

SEASONS 1922-23 THROUGH 1929-30
Grand total carlot inspections for season 1922-23 162
Grand total carlot inspections for season 19123-24 8,370
Grand total carlot inspections for season 1924-25 10.660
Grand total carlot inspections for season 1925-26 3,857
Grand total carlot inspections for season 1926-27 9,980
Grand total carlot inspections for season 1927-28 6,557
Grand total carlot inspections for season 1928-29 .. 7,644
Grand total carlot inspections for season 1929-30 6,375

Grand total carlot inspections 1922-23 through 1929-30 53.605








FLORIDA TRUCK CROP ACREAGE REPORT

(November 18, 1930)
Inspired by the new tariff's hope of protection against
foreign competition, Florida's winter vegetable growers
have planted and plan to plant the greatest truck crop
acreage the State has known. Prospective plantings for
this season exceed by more than 30 per cent the State's
total truck crop acreage of last year, and by more than
20 per cent the truck crop acreage of 1928-29, when
bumper crops were marketed.

The following report by J. C. Townsend, Jr., truck crop
estimator for the United States Department of Agricul-
ture, gives the prospective acreage for Florida truck
crops this season as of November 18, 1930, compared with
acreages in the two preceding seasons:


Crops 1928-29 1929-30
Beans (Fall) ........... ........ 4,500 8,700
Cabbage ......... ... .. 6,500 3,550
Celery .... ...... 6,620 6,650
Cucumbers (Fall) ..... ..................... 980 1,110
Eggplant (Fall) ................. ......... 665 740
Peppers (Fall) .... ............ .... 920 650
Lettuce ....... ............. ............ 1,600 1,070
Escarole ............................ ... ..... 375 460
Potatoes (South Florida).................... 7,000 4,700
Strawberries ....................................... 5,650 8,100
Tomatoes (Fall) ................ ............ 4,000 360
Tomatoes (South Florida) ................ 14,700 11,800

53,510 47,890


1930-31
14,000
4,200
6,510
1,800
1,500
2,400
1,230
800
4,800
8,600
2,810
14,900

63,550


The general condition of Florida truck crops on Novem-
ber 18 was reported as favorable, with such crops as cab-
bage, cucumbers, eggplant, peppers, potatoes, strawber-
ries and tomatoes showing an improvement in comparison
with their condition during the preceding month. Cold
weather which swept the State the latter part of Novem-
ber was said to have done but slight damage.







ANNUAL FRUIT AND VEGETABLE REPORT OF L. M.
RHODES, COMMISSIONER, FLORIDA STATE
MARKETING BUREAU
1929-30


Compiled by FRANK SCRUGGS. Market News Specialist
Upon urgent and repeated requests from a large num-
ber of newspapers, firms, and individuals in Florida, who
are interested in the fruit and vegetable industry of the
State, we offer an estimate each year of the gross income
from Florida fruits and vegetables.
After a study of the mass of available data in this
marketing office we place an estimate of $88,757,313 as
the total gross income from the 1929-30 fruit and vege-
table crop. There are several fruits and vegetables of
comparatively minor importance which we have not at-
tempted to cover in this report, but which would increase
somewhat the income. The additional revenue from
vegetables, melons, and non-citrus fruit, consumed locally
or hauled by truck, and not already included, would
likely increase the gross revenue to a total of $90,000,000.
A sum of $7,000,000 is our estimate of rail and express
transportation charges within the State. and is included
in the gross income above.
The so-called strictly commercial citrus crop totaled
39,485 cars or 14,214.600 boxes. Other revenue citrus
such as cannery grapefruit, and that consumed locally
and not otherwise accounted for, increased the total
revenue crop to 16,824,600 boxes.
The total value of the 1929-30 citrus crop was esti-
mated by the Bureau at $52,757,313, including $3,555,000
as rail and express transportation charges within the
State.
The so-called strictly commercial crop of vegetables,
melons, and non-citrus fruit, yielded the equivalent of
44,653 cars.







The gross revenue from vegetables, melons, and non-
citrus fruits is exceedingly difficult to estimate because
of the many limiting factors involved, and we, therefore,
can give only a reasonably accurate approximation. We
place a value of $36,000,000 upon the vegetable, melon
and non-citrus fruit crop. This sum includes an estimated
$3,445,000 as rail and express transportation charges in
the State.
An accurate estimate of the "net" returns to the hun-
dreds of marketing agencies and shippers would involve
an extended study and expense perhaps out of proportion
to the probable benefits of such an estimate.
Our rankings of vegetables, melons, and non-citrus
fruits, according to value during the 1929-30 season were
as follows: Celery, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Potatoes,
Stringbeans, Watermelons, Cabbage, Peppers, Cucum-
bers and Lettuce. Others were in less value, but very
important in the aggregate. Among citrus fruits,
Oranges ranked first, Grapefruit second, and Tangerines
third.
The ten leading citrus shipping counties during the
1929-30 season were as follows: Polk, Orange, Pinellas,
Lake, Hillsborough (including boat shipments from
Tampa), Manatee, Volusia, DeSoto, Brevard, Marion.
The ten leading vegetable, melon and non-citrus fruit
shipping counties during the 1929-30 season rank as
follows: Seminole, Dade, Alachua, Manatee, Palm
Beach, St. Johns, Broward, Marion, Sarasota and Hills-
borough.
The fifteen leading fruit and vegetable shipping coun-
ties during the 1929-30 season rank as follows: Polk,
Seminole, Orange, Manatee, Lake, Dade, Pinellas, Hills-
borough, Alachua, Marion, Palm Beach, St. Johns,
Broward, Sarasota and Hardee.
The carlot shipments, where not otherwise noted, are
official figures received from the U. S. Bureau of Agri-
cultural Economics.
Please see detailed information on succeeding pages.





STATISTICS AND ESTIMATES ON CITRUS CROP FOR SEASON 1929-30

(arlot* rl'notl 3s F.O.B. Return 3Pro1d0tin aoid N\t lturi t ti
eloCrlotr* d loxe Florida Points .Markt.I ig t.'osts Ilrilida Grow.vrs
Shipnlents Shipped to Car A.ft'er
't (ls 1ii Itr lix For Crop Box F"r :Cro Irox "or i rop
Oranges ..... ....... 16,4751 5,931,000' 7,489,6331 $3.30 $24,715,7891 $2.10i$15.728,229: $1.20 |$ 8,987,560
Grapefruit ............] 13,9501 5,022,0001 6,341,913, 3.05 19,342,835: 1.85; 11,732,539 1.20 7,610,296
Tangerines ......... 843 303,480 383,054: 3.50 1,340,689 2.60. 995,941 .90 344,748
Mixed Citrus ... 8,217 2,958,120 ... ..... ..I ... :
OTotals .......... I 39,485 14,214,600!14,214,600 1:$3.1941$45,399,313 :i:$2.00i$28,456,709i1::$1.194|$16,942,604
NOT 'ES.- *0('rlot shil)plllmnllt incllid th ll e iqi alvn] ( ."-1 ;-Iears by biiu t(ii Nviw York ;i Nol I)rl'].[ts. ;in(I 21 s42 -'illh.l "P'i'lik-up-
ir.s" or IL. ;,. I (!.xIprnss sli])llpii nts. .'\N i rlewO r 'l Inr beforl' C dedultiLonS f r ileIe.. ( lio.(ni L alll in ll .r.s. 1 11 h sgtri rove l ro\' )t -
rrty. MiAWleliht ovreri olliisod II)<1 4"IrIot suhelilttmln| ls onily.'
Estimates on Cost of Producing and Marketing 39,485 Cars of Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerines:
Cost of production on tree, such as fertilizer, spray materials, cultivating, spraying, pruning, etc., but not
including interest, depreciation, or taxes, on strictly grove acreage.-Oranges, 80c; Grapefruit, 60c; Tangerines,
90c. Weighted average, 71c.
Cost of picking, hauling, packing, selling and other average ordinary marketing charges.-Oranges, $1.30;
Grapefruit, $1.25; Tangerines, $1.70. Weighted average, $1.29.
Total ordinary and average cost of production and marketing of citrus.-Oranges, S2.10; Grapefruit, $1.85;
Tangerines, $2.60. Weighted average, $2.00.
Estimates on Cannery Citrus Fruit Used in Florida During the Season of 1929-30:
Grapefruit.-Carlot equivalent 5,175. Total field boxes 1,670,000. Gross return at grove, per box, 90c. For
total used $1,513,000. Ordinary cost of producing and marketing, per box, 75c. For total used $1,252,000. Net
return at grove, per box, 15c. Net return for total used, $261,000.
Oranges.-Carlot equivalent 125. Total field boxes 40,000. Gross return at grove, per box, $1.00. For
total used $40,000. Ordinary cost of producing and marketing, per box, 95c. For total used $38,000. Net return
at grove, per box, 5c. Net return for total used $2,000. (A rough estimate.)
Estimated Total of Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerines Consumed within Florida Season 1929-30:
Approximately 1,200,000 boxes. Possibly 900,000 boxes moved into local and nearby consumption, not al-
ready accounted for in carlot or L. C. L. express shipments. At an average of $2.50 per box, less $1.50 per box as
cost of production and marketing, would have netted growers $900,000.
Estimated rail and express transportation charges within Florida, approximated, $3,555,000.
Total estimated gross revenue to Florida from all Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerines, $52,757,313.





CITRUS SHIPMENTS BY COUNTIES FOR 1929-30 SEASON


Counties Oranges

Alachua .. 183
Baker ... 1
Bay 5
Brevard 607
Charlotte
Citrus .... 5
Dade .. .. .... 12
DeSoto ...646
Escambia ... 16
Flagler 25
Hardee ....... 517
Hendry ... 10
Hernando .. 77
Highlands 232
Hillsborough 920
Indian River 65
Jackson .... ... ... 34
Jefferson .. 1
Lake .1.488
Lee 217
Manatee . 446
Marion .. ...... 745
Okeechobee ...... 2


Grapefruit

12


214


Mixed
Tangerines Citrus

9


186
203

5
99
6
39
586
242
:175


360
595
1,037
137
8


348


325
6
51
149
443
232


839
91
153
140
3


Total
Citrus

204
1
5
1,178
1
5
198
1,232
16
30
958
23
195
977
1.632
674
34
1
2,733
904
1,640
1,040
13


Leading in Carlots
Rank Per Cent


Ninth



Eighth







Sixth



Fourth

Fifth
Tenth






Counties

Orange
Osceola
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Lucie
St. Johns
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Volusia
Boat Shipments:
Pick-up-carst
Total


Oranges Grapefruit Tangerines


2,410
94
293
834
-1,558
347
188
33
1
22
376(
84
800
181

16,475


658
32
172
2,017
6,206
56)
477


-15
49
20
53
61

13,950


Mixed
Citrus

926
40
169
485
2,000
157
345


3
157
1
370

421
8,217


Total
Citrus

4,121
184
647
3,349
13,073"
589
1,038
34
1
70
590
107
1,313
254
421
39,485


Leading in Carlots
Rank Per Cent

Second 10.5


Third
First


Seventh


First 10


3.4


79.3






CARLOT SHIPMENTS ALL CITRUS, SEASON 1929-30


Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total

... 13 22 73 71 25 ... 204


5 ........
1 27 149 263 292 234 166


Alachua . .
Baker ... .....
Bay ...
Brevard ...
Charlotte .....
Citrus


12
4


5 11 .
2 5 8 9 4
14 49 143 251 190 139 145
1 4 .. 11 7
3 20 27 50 41 19 25
21 78 143 118 144 192 194
89 245 580 291 236 132
2 23 47 69 130 149 170
3 28 3


107
199


1 ....... . .
100 379 617 668 457 383 128 1
276 160 66 100 129 47 19
350 270 248 231 161 112 68
83 230 342 220 98 59 8
6 2 ..... . 2 3
141 517 963 1,071 351 514 64


5
2 .. 1,178
.. 1
. 5
12 198
1,232
16
30 -
958
23
195
977
2 2 1,632
674


1
2,733
904
1,640
1,040
13
4,121


County


2 3
47 8 5 .. 6
82 136 320 296 243 122


Dade .....
SDeSoto
Escambia


ii


Flagler .. ...
Hardee
Hendry .
Hernando ..
Highlands
Hillsborough .
Indian River...
Jackson .
Jefferson
Lake
Lee
Manatee .
Marion ...
Okeechobee ........
Orange ........ .


5






1]





County Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total

Oseeola ............. ..... . 2 34 63 27 37 21 ... ... 184
Pasco ..................... 12 80 100 154 117 108 60 16 .... 647
Pinellas .............. .... 44 437 631 528 572 532 456 148 1 3,349
Polk ........... .......... 3 26 479 1,187 1,741 2,371 2,762 3,004 1,469 21 8 2 13,073
Putnam ............. 2 5 105 208 190 49 26 4 ... 589
St. Lucie ........ ...... .. 2 28 49 90 190 236 287 150 2 3 1 1,038
St. Johns ..... ...... ... .. .. .... 1 8 6 2 10 7 ...... 34
Santa Rosa .......... .. . .. 1 .. . ...... 1
Sarasota ........ ... . 2 13 16 4 14 7 6 8 .. ...... 70
Seminole .............. 61 160 227 96 44 2 590
Sumter . ............... .. ..... ..... ..... 8 23 41 21 5 9 ......... 107
Volusia ........... .... .... .. ..... 3 148 382 417 226 128 9 ........ 1,313
Boat shipments* ..... 14 38 60 64 50 24 4 ..... 254
Pick-up-carst ........... .. .. ..... .. ...... .... 110 61 103 107 40 ..... 421
S Total all Citrus... ...... 10 551 2,443 4,885 7,485 8,057 7,194 6,286 2,513 30 28 3 39,485





CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES AND MIXED CITRUS, BY COUNTIES.


County
ALACHUA
Oranges ........
Grapefruit ............
Mixed Citrus ..........
T otal.................. ...
BAKER
Oranges ..................


Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.


22


22


71

2
73


68

3
71


Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July


22

3
25


1 ........ ... ........ ........ .. ... ......


BAY
Oranges ................. .... ...... ....... 5 ........ ........
NOTE.-Satsuma shipments are included in the orange shipments.
Satsumas.


BREVARD
Oranges ................ ......... 5
Grapefruit ............ .. 1 21
Tangerines ........... .. ......
Mixed Citrus .......... ... .... 1
Total .. ..... ... .... .. 1 27
CHARLOTTE
Mixed Citrus .......... .. ...... 1
CITRUS
O ranges .................... ... ... ... .
DADE
Oranges ................. .... 2 ........
Grapefruit .............. 1 110 47
Total....................... 1 112 47


148
47

97
292


...... .. ...... .... . ... .. ...... 5
Shipments from Baker and Bay Counties are


143
34

57
234


86
10

70
166


24
4

16
44


2 ...


607
214
4
353
1,178


2 3


5 ........ ........


7 .... .
7 .....
7.


..... ...... 1 2
12 ...... 186
12 ...... 198


Total

183
12
9
204

1


...... ......


.... . . ...





Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total


DESOTO
Oranges ............... 4 78 164 184 133 71 12 ...
Grapefruit ........ ..4 64 3 50 10 38 23 11 ....
Tangerines ... ..2 12 11 9 1
Mixed Citrus .. 12 43 95 93 71 28 6
Total ... .... 4 82 136 320 296 243 122 29 ...
ESCAMBIA


Oranges .. ....
FLAGLER


O ranges ........................
Grapefruit ... ... .. .. ... 2
Total. ......... .... .... 2
HARDEE


3 8
2 ....
5 8


8 4
1
9 4


646
203
...... 35
348
... 1,232


2

2 ..


Oranges ........... 1 10 92 142 99 78 75 20 517 -
Grapefruit ....... .... .. 13 26 5 1 2 15 35 2 .99 .C
Tangerines ..... 1 14 2 ... 17
Mixed Citrus ... 13 45 94 87 46 35 5 325
Total......... 14 49 143 251 190 139 145 27 ...... 958
HENDRY
Oranges ................. . .... 3 .... 5 2 10
Grapefruit ... . ...... .... 1 .. ........ .. .. 5 ... 6
Tangerines ............. . ..... ..... ....... ...... 1 ..... 1
Mixed Citrus ........ .. ..... .. ... 1 ... 5 6
Total ... 1 4 ....... 11 7 ..... .......... 23
HERNANDO
Oranges ..1 12 27 19 4 11 3 77
Grapefruit .......... 3 18 7 1 1 1 5 3 39
Tangerines ...... 5 9 11 3 28
Mixed Citrus .......... 1 3 13 10 11 9 4 51
Total.............. 3 20 27 50 41 19 25 10 ...... 195


County


5 1 1 . ........ . .. ......





CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES AND MIXED CITRUS, BY COUNTIES.

County Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total
HIGHLANDS
Oranges ................... 1 3 31 23 34 60 49 31 .................... 232
Grapefruit ............... ... 20 69 86 68 88 108 106 41 ...... .... ..... 586
T angerines .............. ...8 2 ........ ..... .... .. .... ...... ..... 10
Mixed Citrus .......... .. ..... 6 26 19 20 24 39 15 .... .... ...... 149
Total................... .. 21 78 143 118 144 192 194 87 ...... ..... ..... 977
HILLSBOROUGH
Oranges ................ 5 .... 19 159 368 140 117 87 25 ..... ...... ...... 920
Grapefruit ............ ... ...... 63 30 39 39 34 14 19 2 2 ...... 242
Tangerines .......... .... ...... ........ 10 8 8 1 ........ .... .. .... .. .. ...... 27
Mixed Citrus .......... .... .... 7 46 165 104 84 31 6 ...... ... ...... 443
Total.................... 5 ...... 89 245 580 291 236 132 50 2 2 ...... 1,632
INDIAN RIVER
O ranges .................... .... ...... ........ ........ 2 24 11 16 12 ...... ...... ...... 65
Grapefruit ............. ... 2 23 34 35 53 85 93 50 ...... ...... ... 375
Tangerines .......... ...... . ....... ....... 2 ........ .. ....... .. .. ... .. .... .... 2
M ixed Citrus .... .... ..... ...... 13 30 53 53 61 22 ...... .... ..... 232
Total........................ ... 2 23 47 69 130 149 170 84 ...... ... ...... 674
JACKSON
Oranges ........ ......... ..... ..... 3 28 3 .......... ..... ........ .... .......... ...... 334
JEFFERSON
Oranges ...... .......... ... ...... ....... 1 ................. ........ ... .... ...... .. ........ 1
LAKE
Oranges ..................... 23 185 322 386 288 223 61.......... ...... 1,488
Grapefruit .......... .... ...... 56 65 43 78 52 40 26 ...... ...... ..... 360
Tangerines ......... .. ...... ........ 9 27 9 ....... 1 ........ ..... .... ...... 46
Mixed Citrus .......... .... ...... 21 120 225 195 117 119 41 1 ...... ...... 839
Total.... ............ .... ... -100 379 617 668 457 383 128 1 ...... ...... 2,733






Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.. Apr. May June July Total


County
LEE


Oranges 1 2 45
Grapefruit 106 271 97
Tangerines.....
Mixed Citrus ..... : 18
Total .... ........ 107 270 160


28 39 68
25 40 37
1
13 20 24
66 100 129


MANATEE
Oranges 12 101 96 76 66 50
Grapefruit 1 199 331 134 117 123 74 38
Tangerines 3 1
Mixed Citrus ... 7 35 35 29 20 24
Total ... .. 1 199 350 270 248 231 161 112


MARION
Oranges 4
Grapefruit .. 3
Tangerines
Mixed Citrus .....
Total ... .... 8
OKEECHOBEE
Oranges
Grapefruit
Mixed Citrus ....... .
T otal.. . .. .......


9 195 259 156
0 7 23 23
2 12 4
4 26 48 37
3 230 342 220


1
1
2 .....


ORANGE
Oranges 41 314 521 583 570 345
Grapefruit 86 57 103 186 130 83
Tangerines 3 32 51 41
Mixed Citrus ........... 11 114 288 261 151 86
Total.. ..... 141 517 963 1,071 851 514


217
595.
1
91
904


446
1,037
4
153
1,640


745 1`
137
18
140
1,040


1
1
2 1
2 3


36
13

15 ...
64 .


2,410
658
127
926
4,121





CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES AND MIXED CITRUS, BY COUNTIES.
County Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total
OSCEOLA
Oranges ..1 20 33 12 18 10 .94
Grapefruit ..... 1 3 5 4 10 9 32
Tangerines .... .. ... ... 3 11 3 1 ....... .... .... 18
Mixed Citrus .... .. .... .... 8 14 8 8 2 ..... 40
Total ......... .. 2 34 63 27 37 21 ... 184
PASCO
Oranges .10 34 76 68 61 33 12 293
Grapefruit .. 12 66 32 22 15 10 13 2 .172
Tangerines .... 2 10 1 .... .... 13
Mixed Citrus ......... .. 4 32 47 33 37 14 2 .. .... 169
Total.. ..... 12 80 100 154 117 108 60 16 ..... 647
PINELLAS
Oranges 15 115 117 129 243 185 29 1 834 ci
Grapefruit ........ 43 411 432 282 339 220 203 87 2,017
Tangerines ............ .. .... 3 7 3 ... .... 13
Mixed Citrus ........... 1 11 81 122 101 69 68 32 .... ........ 485
Total................. 44 437 631 528 572 532 456 148 ... 1 3,349
POLK
Oranges 1 61 407 687 796 1,168 1,049 383 6 4,558
Grapefruit .... 26 351 411 516 1,109 1,144 1,673 953 13 8 2 6,206
Tangerines ..... 4 86 134 75 10 ..... ....... 309
Mixed Citrus ............ 2 .. 63 283 404 391 440 282 133 2 2,000
Total...... .. ... 3 26 479 1,187 1,741 2,371 2,762 3,004 1,469 21 8 2 13,073
PUTNAM
Oranges. 54 117 115 37 21 3 347
Grapefruit ............... 5 25 10 11 2 1 .. 56
T angerines ............ . ..... ...... 3 21 5 ..... ........ ...... ...... ...... 29
M ixed Citrus ............ .... ...... ........ 23 60 59 10 4 1 ...... ...... ...... 157
Total........................ ... 2 5 105 208 190 49 26 4 ...... ...... ...... 589




County
ST. LUCIE
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Mixed Citrus
Total.
ST. JOHNS
Oranges
Tangerines
Total..
SANTA ROSA
Oranges
SARASOTA
Oranges
Grapefruit
Mixed Citrus
Total.


Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total

1 4 41 38 62 42 188
2 27 32 34 52 114 135 75 2 3 1 477
2 8 17 1 28
1 14 44 80 83 90 33 345
2 28 49 90 190 236 287 150 2 3 1 1,038


1 7 6 2 10 7


1
I 8


2 13 16

2 13 16


6 2 10 7


13 5 3 1
4 1 2 7
1 1 1
4 14 7 6 8


22
45
3
70


SEMINOLE
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Mixed Citrus
Total
SUMTER
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Mixed Citrus
Total


43 99 150 59 25
5 5 18 12 9
1 4 3
12 52 56 25 10
61 16Q. 227 96 44


...... 8 17 34
4 7
S2 .. ....
. . .. . ... 4
... 8 23 41


11
9

1
21 ..
21


5 9


5 9


1
107





CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES AND MIXED CITRUS, BY COUNTIES.
County Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total
VOLUSIA
Oranges 71 212 265 155 91 6 800
Grapefruit 1 23 13 9 7 53
Tangerines 21 50 19 .90
Mixed Citrus ..... 2 33 107 124 64 37 3 .. .... 70
Total.... 3 148 382 417 226 128 9 1,313
BOAT SHIPMENTS
Oranges 13 30 47 42 35 14 181
Grapefruit .4 8 21 14 10 4 61
Tangerines 1... 4 5 1 1 12
Total ... ... ..... 14 38 60 64 50 24 4 ...... 254
PICK-UP-CARS
Mixed Citrus 110 61 103 107 40 421
o00
ALL COUNTIES
Oranges ... ... 6 5 266 2,117 3,564 3,645 3,480 2,594 789 6 3 16,475
Grapefruit ............... 2 545 1,999 1,568 1,455 2,262 2,178 2,551 1,341 21 25 3 18,950
Tangerines 9 195 396 222 19 2 843
Mixed Citrus 2 1 169 1,005 2,070 1,928 1,517 1,139 383 3 8,217
Total.. 10 551 2,443 4,885 7,485 8,057 7,194 6,286 2,513 30- 28 3 39,485
*NOTE.-Boat shipments do not include either exports or commodities previously hauled by rail. Most of the boat
shipments of citrus fruit were from Tampa to New York. Exports of citrus fruit from Jacksonville
amounted to approximately 157 cars. This was all fresh grapefruit and shipped to the United King-
dom. No oranges were exported from any Florida port during the 1929-30 season. There were no
exports of grapefruit from either Tampa or Miami.
tNOTE.-"Piek-up-cars" indicate the carlot equivalent of L. C. L. express shipments of oranges, grapefruit, tan-
gerines or mixed citrus originating in the various sections of the State of Florida.
Complete Statistical Summary of Vegetables, Melons, and Non-Citrus Fruits may be found on succeeding
pages.





CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF VEGETABLES AND NON-CITRUS FRUITS FOR SEASON 1929-30-BY MONTHS
Commodity Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total
Blueberries*-(Shipped mostly in May. June, July) 20
Cantaloupes 1 1
Grapes 12 12
Pears 1 3 4
Pineapplest-(No carlots Florida stock reported. Approximately 3,100 cars imported through Key West)
Strawberries 107 :19 439 594 174 48 1,721
Watermelons 279 6.640 1,244 s.163
Total Non-Citrus
Fruits ind Melons 1 107 359 439 594 174 :27 6.641 1,259 9.921
Beans, String 9 298 993 591 452 3:90 594 670 57 4,054
Cabbage 75 500 528 799 344 25 I 2,272
Carrots 4 I 5
Cauliflower I I 2
Celery 102 1.32! 2.563 2.338 2.154 1.219 147 9.852
Corn, Greent 30 137 97 264
Cucumbers 5 106 54 9 202 581 30 987
Eggplant 21 .2 2 4 2 2 11 53 61 9 207
Lettuce 68 189 1 145 56 98 41 560
Mixed Vegetables 18 339 "391 412 376 454 418 618 357 111 :1,494
Onions 3 3
Peas, Green 3 3 6
Peppers 28 98 77 80 242 :144 473 318 11 1.671
Potatoes 3 2 30 18:1 543 1,906 2,068 2:1 23 4,781
Romainet-(174 cars included in Lettuce)
Squasht-(14 cars included in Mixed Vegetables)
Sweet Potatoes 4 3 6 9 8 11 4 .9 2 2 55 113
Tomatoes 4 47 177 638 1.379 1.437 2.560 215 6.457
Turnips 1 1 2 4
Escarolet-(693 cars included in Mixed Vegetables)
Total Vegetables 7 3 59 897 1,959 3,284 4,886 6,264 7,422 8,299 1,346 306 :14,712
Total Non-Citrus
Fruits, Melons and
Vegetables 8 3 59 897 2.066 3.643 5,325 6,858 7,596 8.626 7,987 1,565 44,653
*The total of 20 cars of blueberries (from Okalooss County) is an unofficial estimate.
tThe shipment figures for pineapples, green corn, romaine, squash, and escarole, are semi-official and quite
reliable. All other shipment figures official from thr U. S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics.





TOTAL VEGETABLES AND NON-CITRUS FRUITS BY COUNTIES, 1929.30
Final
County Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total Total*
Alachua 11 28 10 48 60 150 146 769 1,321 226 2,769 2,844
Baker 1 5 3 9 9
Bradford ... 1 8 21 23 57 121 52 283 434
Brevard 3 7 17 18 44 30 119 119
Broward 1 145 118 204 504 379 343 1 1,695 1,997
Charlotte ..... 1 7 19 9 6 2 44 44
Citrus ....... .... 3 4 ........ 3 6 16 16
Clay 1 6 1 22 255 16 1 302 302
Collier 3 11 85 108 213 66 436 436
Columbia ....... 17 73 90 90
Dade 11 81 440 845 649 190 1 2.217 3,397
DeSoto 6 1 5 22 10 2 2 48 48
Escambia .. 2 .... 4 4 2 76 3 8 99 99
Flagler ....7 6 129 339 10 .491 491
Gadsden 1 2 1 3 1 .... 2 1 3 30 5 49 49
Glades 4 7 3 10 13 3 3 43 43
Gilchrist 1 8 2 1,005 202 1,218 1,218
Hamilton 1 .. 77 182 260 260
Hardee 3 81 29 14 6 23 80 231 14 481 661
Hendry 20 42 7 11 28 31 71 210 261
Hernando 10 31 2 ...4 19 3 1 70 70
Highlands ... 18 18 18
Hillsborough 8 25 39 80 41 89 342 183 757 1,489
Holmes .... 67 67 67
Indian River. 8 27 8 30 41 114 196 424 424
Jackson ........... 2 .1 1 349 150 503 503
Jefferson ...... ... ... 4 1 2 1 29 7 45 45
Lafayette 6 6 6
Lake 5 3 32 52 55 5 125 1,102 16 1,395 1,395
Lee 26 77 108 87 148 82 78 6 612 679
Leon 1 5 10 16 16
Levy ........ 1 180 574 46 802 802





Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Lucie
St. Johns
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Union
Volusia
Washington
Boat Shipments
Pick-up-cars
*(Express lots)
Grand Total


1 2 ..... .. 2 89
1 41 219 488 809 143 224 1,005 119
4 23 2 26 54 194 145 418 759
6 33 26 35 29 6 8
1 1 2 3 1
10 28 12 13 16 4 5
41 170 185 98 121 88 145 228
3 2 5 5 7 9 8 11
:1 133 491 302 277 245 349 220 .1
4 ..3 :8
1 2 1 10 10
9 87 84 134 27 14s 15!
I 1 12 2 10 302 194 8
4 25 62 15 50 84.
3 1 9 6 135 994 922 18


117 211 211
5 2,554 2,668
46 1.671 1,708
143 143
4 M32 .32
88 88
1.076 1,202
5o 50
2.024 2,535
53 53
24 24
@;Il 936
1I 541 541
240 240
20 2.108 2,108


1 ..... 4 4
72 413 273 124 330 -149 23 1.684 1.684
1 140 202 864 2.162 2.176 1.777 7!94 29: 9 8.418 8.551 t
2 72 5 26 81 113 201 280 434 2 1,216 1.282 -
1 5 515 334 855 855
11 6 5 11 103 21 11 168 181;
7 31 11 47 135 25 25 7 288 288
1 6 32 102 102
1 58 93 185 383 264 202 1. 1.200 *
177 t369 539 654 789 475 177 12 5:3 3.661 4:o0

8 :1 59 897 2,066 3,643 5,325 6,858 7,596 8,619 7,994 1,565 44,65:1 44,653


*Final total after the apportionment of 1,200 cars estimated to have been shipped by boit. Also after the appor-
tionment of 2,831 cars, of the total of 3.661 cars listed as so-called "Pick-up" express lot cars. to the several counties,
leading in the shipments of string beans, strawberries, and mixed vegetables. Eight hundred thirty cars of so-called
"Pick-up" car total of 3,661 nut distributed by counties. This total of x30 cars included 403: cars of string beans. 74
cars of strawberries, and 353 cars of mixed vegetables.
tThe total of :2 cars for Okaloosa County includes an unofficial estimate of 20 cars of blueberries, but not dis-
tributed by months.








SHIPMENTS OF VEGETABLES, MELONS, AND NON-CITRUS
FRUITS
(Carlots by Counties for Season 1929-30)
ALACHUA-*Beans 92, Cabbage 283, Corn 136, Cucumbers 246,
Eggplant 15, Lettuce 39, Peppers 55, Potatoes 497, Sweet Pota-
toes 33, Tomatoes 92, Watermelons 1,225, tMixed Vegetables 146.
Total 2,769.
Add estimated "Pick-up-cars" express lots: *Beans 37, tMixed
Vegetables 38.
BAKER-Corn 7, Cucumbers 2. Total 9.
BRADFORD-Beans 14, Cabbage 2, Corn 54, Potatoes 34, Straw-
berries *202, Watermelons 107, Mixed Vegetables 21. Total 434.
*Estimated 151 cars "Pick-up" express lots included.
BREVARD-Cabbage 6, Celery 103, Potatoes 7, Tomatoes 2, Mixed
Vegetables 1. Total 119.
BROWARD-*Beans 422, Cabbage 18, Celery 1, Peppers 501, Pota-
toes 2, Tomatoes 559, tMixed Vegetables 192. Total 1,695.
Add estimated "Pick-up-cars" express lots: *Beans 245, tMixed
Vegetables 57.
CHARLOTTE-Peppers 7, Potatoes 17, Tomatoes 3, Watermelons 1,
Mixed Vegetables 16. Total 44.
CITRUS-Eggplant 6, Tomatoes 9, Mixed Vegetables 1. Total 16.
CLAY-Beans 1, Cabbage 9, Peppers 9, Potatoes 272, Mixed Vege-
tables 11. Total 302.
COLLIER-Cucumbers 3, Peppers 3, Tomatoes 411, Mixed Vege-
tables 19. Total 436.
COLUMBIA-Cucumbers 25, Watermelons 62, Mixed Vegetables 3.
Total 90.
DADE-Beans 27, Cabbage 34, Potatoes 81, Sweet Potatoes 2,
Tomatoes 2,066, Watermelons 1, Mixed Vegetables 6. Total 2,217.*
*Approximately 1,180 cars by boat not included above.
DESOTO-Cucumbers 7, Peppers 5, Potatoes 30, Sweet Potatoes 2,
Watermelons 2, Mixed Vegetables 2. Total 48.
ESCAMBIA-Potatoes 79, Sweet Potatoes 20. Total 99.
FLAGLER-Cabbage 62, Potatoes 429. Total 491.
GADSDEN-Beans 16, Peppers 4, Sweet Potatoes 12, Mixed Vege-
tables 17. Total 49.
GLADES-Beans 13, Cabbage 24, Cucumbers 4, Mixed Vegetables
2. Total 43.
GILCHRIST-Corn 13, Cucumbers 2, Eggplant 8, Watermelons
1,194, Mixed Vegetables 1. Total 1,218.
HARDEE-Beans 3, Cabbage 14, Cucumbers 177, Peppers 20, Pota-
toes 18, *Strawberries 192, Watermelons 15, Tomatoes 166, Mixed
Vegetables 56. Total 661.
*Estimated 180 cars "Pick-up" express lots included.








HAMILTON-Cucumbers 1, Watermelons 259. Total 260.
HENDRY-*Beans 98, Cabbage 16, Cucumbers 5, Eggplant 1,
Onions 1, Potatoes 5, Tomatoes 40, Mixed Vegetables 44.
Total 210.
*Add an estimated 51 cars "Pick-up" express lots.
HERNANDO-Beans 11, Corn 1, Eggplant 23, Potatoes 1, Sweet
Potatoes 1, Tomatoes 1, Watermelons 2, Mixed Vegetables 30.
Total 70.
HIGHLANDS-Celery 18. Total 18.
HILLSBOROUGH-Beans 44, Cabbage 9, Peppers 239, Potatoes 24,
Sweet Potatoes 3, *Strawberries 788, Tomatoes 156, Watermelons
63, Mixed Vegetables 105. Total 1,451.$
'Estimated 674 cars "Pick-up" express lots included. tAdd an
estimated 38 cars "Pick-up" express lots.
jApproximately 20 cars by boat not included in above total.
HOLMES-Watermelons 67. Total 67.
INDIAN RIVER-Beans 27, Cabbage 1, Cucumbers 12, Green Peas
1, Peppers 2, Potatoes 59, Tomatoes 311, Mixed Vegetables 11.
Total 424.
JACKSON-Sweet Potatoes 4, Watermelons 499. Total 503.
JEFFERSON-Sweet Potatoes 9, Watermelons 36. Total 45. -
LAFAYETTE-Watermelons 6. Total 6.
LAKE-Beans 1, Cabbage 143, Celery 1, Cucumbers 8, Grapes 10,
Sweet Potatoes 3, Tomatoes 18, Watermelons 1,203, Mixed Vege-
tables 8. Total 1,395.
LEE-Cucumbers 54, Eggplant 43, Peppers 158, Potatoes 88, Toma-
toes 61, Watermelons 7, *Mixed Vegetables 201. Total 612.
*Add an estimated 67 cars "Pick-up" express lots.
LEON-Sweet Potatoes 1, Watermelons 15. Total 16.
LEVY-Beans 7, Corn 5, Cucumbers 175, Watermelons 615. Total
802.
;MADISON-Cucumbers 2, Sweet Potatoes 3, Watermelons 206.
Total 211.
MANATEE-Beans 20, Cabbage 130, Cauliflower 1, Celery 575,
Cucumbers 6, Eggplant 81, Lettuce 218, Peppers 165, Potatoes 24,
Tomatoes 930, *Mixed Vegetables 404. Total 2,554.
*Add an estimated 114 cars "Pick-up" express lots.
MARION-*Beans 194, Cabbage 328, Corn 1, Cucumbers 38, Egg-
plant 10, Lettuce 50, Potatoes 1, Tomatoes 308, Watermelons 710,
Mixed Vegetables 31. Total 1,671.
*Add an estimated 37 cars "Pick-up" express lots.
MARTIN-Beans 9, Cabbage 2, Eggplant 1, Peppers 9, Potatoes 43,
Tomatoes 44, Mixed Vegetables 35. Total 143.
OKALOOSA-*Blueberries 20, Sweet Potatoes 12. Total 32.
*Private and unofficial estimate.
OKEECHOBEE-Beans 48, Cabbage 19, Potatoes 12, Tomatoes 5,
Mixed Vegetables 4. Total 88.









ORANGE-Beans 10, Cabbage 276, Celery 35, Cucumbers 31,
Lettuce 122, Peppers 40, $Strawberries 75, Tomatoes 33, Water-
melons 231, tMixed Vegetables 273. Total 1,126.
SEstimated 50 cars "Pick-up" express lots included.
tAdd an estimated 76 cars "Pick-up" express lots.'
OSCEOLA-Beans 1, Cabbage 9, Cucumbers 3, Peppers 6, Potatoes
14, Tomatoes 9, Mixed Vegetables 8. Total 50.
PALM BEACH-*Beans 1,424, Cabbage 102, Carrots 5, Celery 36,
Lettuce 7, Onions 1, Green Peas 5, Peppers 64, Potatoes 61,
Tomatoes 112, tMixed Vegetables 207. Total 2,024.
*Add an estimated 435 cars of beans, "Pick-up" express lots.
tAdd an estimated 76 cars vegetables, "Pick-up" express lots.
PASCO-Beans 5, Eggplant 2, Watermelons 43, Mixed Vegetables
3. Total 53.
PINELLAS-Cabbage 3, Cucumbers 8, Potatoes 1, Watermelons 12.
Total 24.
POLK-Beans 2, Cabbage 262, Cauliflower 1, Corn 38, Peppers 14,
Potatoes 3, $Strawberries 360, Tomatoes 9, Watermelons 228,
Mixed Vegetables 19. Total 936.
*Estimated 288 cars "Pick-up" express lots included.
PUT.NAM-Beans 1, Cabbage 18, Celery 1, Potatoes 506, Water-
melons 15. Total 541.
ST. LUCIE-Beans 4, Cabbage 5, Eggplant 1, Peppers 6, Potatoes
64, Tomatoes 133, Mixed Vegetables 27. Total 240.
ST. JOHNS-Cabbage 21, Celery 35, Potatoes 2,050, Mixed Vege-
tables 2. Total 2,108.
SANTA ROSA-Pears 4. Total 4.
SARASOTA-Beans 1, Celery 1,675, Potatoes 1, Watermelons 1,
Mixed Vegetables 6. Total 1,684.
SEMINOLE-Beans 22, Cabbage 152, Celery 7,372, Cucumbers 1,
Corn 2, Eggplant 3, Lettuce 120, Peppers 145, Potatoes 16, Sweet
Potatoes 1, Tomatoes 5, tMixed Vegetables 579. Total 8,418.
tAdd an estimated 133 cars "Pick-up" express lots. Romaine in-
cluded in lettuce; Escarole in mixed vegetables.
SUMTER-*Beans 119, Cabbage 220, Cantaloupes 1, Cucumbers
151, Lettuce 4, Peppers 3, $Strawberries 3, Tomatoes 325, Turnips
3, Watermelons 365, Mixed Vegetables 24. Total 1,218.
*Add an estimated 64 cars beans, "Pick-up" express lots.
TEstimated 2 cars "Pick-up" express lots included.
SUWANNEE-Cucumbers 12, Turnips 1, Watermelons 842. Total
855.
UNION-Beans 8, Corn 7, Cucumbers 4, Potatoes 99, Sweet Pota-
toes 6, $Strawberries 27, Watermelons 12, Mixed Vegetables 23.
Total 186.
JEstimated 18 cars "Pick-up" express lots included.
VOLUSIA-Cabbage 53, Cucumbers 4, Peppers 16, Potatoes 191,
Watermelons 20, Mixed Vegetables 4. Total 288.






25

WASHINGTON-Grapes 2, Sweet Potatoes 1, Watermelons 99.
Total 102.
BOAT SHIPMENTS-(Mostly from Miami, small per cent from
Tampa)-Beans 138, Cabbage 51, Cucumbers 6, Eggplant 13,
Onions 1, Peppers 200, Potatoes 52, Tomatoes 739. Total 1,200.
PICK-UP-CARS-(Indicates carlot equivalents of L. C. L. express).
*Beans 1,272. $Strawberries 1,437. +Mixed Vegetables 952.
Total 3,661.
*Eight hundred sixty-nine cars have been distributed by estima-
tion among Palm Beach, Broward, Sumter, Hendry, Marion and
Alachua. Four hundred three cars scattered.
$One thousand three hundred sixty-three cars Strawberries have
been distributed by estimation and have been included in the respec-
tive county totals. Were 1,437 "Pick-up" cars.
tFive hundred ninety-nine cars of Mixed Vegetables have been
distributed by estimation among Seminole, Manatee, Orange, Palm
Beach, Lee, Broward, Alachua, and Hillsborough counties. Cars
scattered, 353.









CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF ALL FRUITS AND VEGETABLES SEASON 1929-30


County
Shipping
A lachua ......................
B a k er ..........................
B ay . .............
B radford .... .... .......... .........
B revard ......... .... ........
Broward ...... ......... ... ...............
Charlotte ...................... ...............
C itr u s ...........................................
C la y ..........................
C ollier ......................
C olum bia .................. ........ ......
D ade* .......... .... .....
D eS oto .. ....... ..... ......... .....
E scam b ia ........................................
F lagler ............................... ..... .
G a d sd en . ............................... ......
Glades .. ..... ..
G ilch rist ............. .. .............. ........
H am ilton .......... ............................
H ardee .................................
H endry ... .......... ...... ..
H ernando ..... ..... .......... ..
H ighlands ..... ..... .. ..... ....
H illsborough* .............. .............
H olm es ...................... ..
Indian River ........... ... ...........
Jackson .........................
J efferson ............ ......... ...............
Lafayette .......... ................
Lake ....................... .....................


Citrus
Fruit
204
1
5

1,178

1
5



203
1,232
16
30




958
23
195
977
1,881

674
34
1

2,733


Rank Vegetables
No. Other Fruits
............ 2,844
............ 9
............ .......
... 434
. ......... 1 19
.......... 1,997
.......... 4 4
........ . 1 6
302
... ..... 436
90
............ 3,397
........ . 4 8
.... ..... 9 9
............ 4 9 1
........ .. 4 9
... ...... 4 3
............ 1,2 18
........... 26 0
.. ......... 66 1
...261
.. .... 70
. 18
5 1,489
.... ... .. 6 7
............ 4 2 4
........... 503
......... .. 4 5
. 6
4 1,396


Rank
No.
3




7





2


10




. . ... .


All Fruits
and Vegetables
3,048
10
5
434
1,297
1,997
45
21
302
436
90
3,600
1,280
115
521
49
43
1,218
260
1,619
284
265
995
3,370
67
1,098
537
46
6
4,128


Rank
No.
9




13





6







15



8




5




L ee ......... ............................ .. 904
Leon .. ........
L ev y ....... ..................................... ...
M adison ...... .......... ..... ..........
M anatee ................... ... ....... 1,640
M arion ..... ... ............... ............. 1,040
M artin .............. ........ .......
Okaloosa ... ....
O k eech ob ee ................................. 13
O range .. .. .. .......... .. ...... 4,121
O sceola ....................... ...... ..... .. 184
P alm B each ... ... .................... ...
Pasco ...... : ............ ................ 647
Pinellas ...... .. ... ..... ........... 3,349
Polk ............ .......... ........ .. .... 13,073
P u tn am ....................................... 58 9
St. Lucie .. .. ...... -1,038
St. Johns ....... .. ........ 34
Santa Rosa ................................. 1
Sarasota ........................... ....... 70
Sem inole .. ... ... .... ... ......... 590
Sum ter ....... .. .................... ...... 107
Suwannee .. ... ... .....
U nion ............. .....
V olusia .......................... ..... .... 1,313
W ash in g ton ...... .... .................. ........
*Boat Shipments (254 cars citrus and 1,200


6
10



2



3
1


7


other cars apportioned)


679
16
802
211
2,668
1,708
143
32
88
1,202
50
2,535
53
24
936
541
240
2,108
4
1,684
8,551
1,282
855
186
288
102


Pick-up-Cars (2,831 cars apportioned; 1,251 cars unapportioned)
Grand Total ................ .. ..... 39,485 ......... 44,653
*Dade County given 1,185 cars; Hillsborough 269 cars.


4
8




. ... . ..
5





6

9
1



.. . . .


1,583
16
802
211
4,308
2,748
143
32
101
5,323
234
2,535
700
3,373
14,009
1,130
1,278
2,142
5
1,754
9,141
1,389
855
186
1,601
102


84,138


4
10



3

11

7
1


12

14
2







INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1930

With a Comparative Statement of Total Taxes Collected in Fiscal Year 1929. Figures for 1929 Are Based on Collectors'
Telegraphic Reports of June 30 and Made Public by the Bureau of Internal Revenue, Department of the Treasury


AlabaLma
Arizona ..
Arkansas
First California ...
Sixth California .
Colorado ...
Connecticut ...
Delaware .... ..
F lorida .... .........
Georgia ......
Hawaii
Idaho ...
First Illinois ........
Eighth Illinois ............
Indiana ....... .... . ...
Iowa .. .
Kansas
Kentucky ... . ....
Louisiana .
Maine .. .
Maryland, including District
of Columbia .,
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
M ississippi ............... ...
First Missouri ..
Sixth Missouri .....
M ontana . ............
Nebraska .......
N evada ..... .. ......... .. .
New Hampshire .......
First New Jersey........... ..
Fifth New Jersey..
New Mexico ............ ........
First New York... ....
Second New York ......
Third New York.......
Fourteenth New York


('orloraition
$3,212,120.67
1,472,189.87
1,890,165.56;
37.655,091.63
26,699.760.98
7.422,924.53
20,998,660.17
25,981,014.20
3,057,155.fi4
8.537.961.80
3,910,989.83.
585,638.28
118.312,721.20
4,246,372.56
13.(14,229.86
7,369,962.99
13,476,222.49
9,026,800.71
6.527,144.94
3,9(67,477.04

24,851,452.39
48,058,706.02
79,276,610.52
16,825,200.10
1,296,379.48
23,457,675.19
7,271,639.42
1,165,035.34
3,039,801.26
890,603.97
1,387,257,14
6,335,447.20
39,026,169.77
466,041.78
14,556,237.49
218,843,596.17
101,161,286.13
19,492,041.83


Individual
$3,445,086.74
1,358,521.83
1,147.889.69
27,703,405.86
33,831,463.76
4,629,434.68
24,456,837.44
13,122,433.19
8,026,388.03
3,616,513.63
1.379,363.76
241,881.96(
97,834,977.34
2,980,762.37
9,725,853.54
5,473,017.12
3,191,978.86
5,920,269.14
4,042,067.61
3,960,299.91

25,887,479.36
61,626,024.09
48,398,727.19
11,773,249.49
749,630.88
14,921,660.83
4,892,185.50
1,365,514.84
2,269,130.30
430,818.03
1,899,291.04
10,594,550.31
38,857,667.70
391,884.82
31,613,419.35
259,392,439.12
107,192,640.42
23,971,431.86


Total
Income Tax
$6,657,207.41
2,830,711.70
3,038,055.25
65,358,497.40
60,531,224.74
12,052,359.21
45,455,497.61
39,103,447.39
11,083,543.67
12,154,475.43
5,290,353.59
827,520.24
216,147,698.54
7,227,134.93
23,340,083.40
12,842,980.11
16,668;201.35
14,947,069.85
10,569,212.55
7,927,776.95

50,738,931.75
109,684,730.11
127,675,337.71
28,598,449.59
2,046,010.36
38,379,336.02
12,168,824.92
2,530,550.18
5,308,931.56
1,321,422.00
3,286,548.18
16,929,997.51
77,883,837.47
857,926.60
46,169,656.84
478,236,035.29
208,353,926.55
43,463,473.69


Miscellaneous
Taxes
$504,376.06
138,782.44
110,536.20
18,295,218.16
5,109,485.27
420,027.07
2,926,127.75
1,041,874.51
5,655,220.89
375,096.02
217,377.85
40,547.28
22,028,399.85
1,735,978.00
2,958,458.72
524,684.75
465,620.98
15,896,577.00
1,629,956.73
743,034.45

3,464,404.18
6,058,729.28
9,400,979.52
1,840,183.97
54,054.61
10.698,832.01
782,877.30
80,189.14
396,794.81
558,186.88
472,425.07
2,184,642.80
26,951,665.80
66,720.90
12,232,657.63
60,194,944.47
16.526,992.02
6,421,090.79


Total
Fiscal Year 1930
$7,161,583.47
2,969,494.14
3,148,591.45
83,653,715.65
65,640,710.01
12,472,386.28
48,381,625.318
40,145,321.90
16,738.764.56
12,529,571.45
5,507,731.44
868,067.52
238,176,098.39
8,963,112.98
26,298,542.12
13,367,664.86i
17,133,822.33
30,843,646.85
12,199,169.28
8,670,811.40

54,203,335.93
115,743,459.39
137,076,317.23
30,438,633.56
2,100,064.97
49,078,168.03
12,946,702.22
2,610,739.32
5,705,726.37
1,879,608.88
3,758,973.25
19,114,640.31
104,835.503.27
924,647.50
58,402,314.47
538,430.979.76
224,880,918.57
49,884,564.48


Total
Fiscal Year 1929
$8,153,579.70
2.398,878.36
3,673,315.47
si,470.205.96
;6,158,935.81
11.539,234.52
42,215,118.85
30,309,528.07
21,388,162.32
14,055,919.91
5.606,515.38
1,089.618.24
229,154,604.0(
9,073,160.09
28,097,172.86
13,430,691.80 b
17,934,706.64 00
26,662,950.73
15.080,701.21
8,688,973.55
51,741,488.72
115,519,620.59
151,423,451.65
29,069,411.04
2,516,169.87
51,705,396.52
14,146,216.29
-,427,782.50
6,179,660.25
1,140,501.38
3,978,305.36
22,504.548.90
98,942.258.39
965, 354.52
72,357,204.47
461,274.391.90
209,259,314.05
44,449,016.91




Twenty-first New York........
Twenty-eighth New York.....
North Carolina ......................
North Dakota .......................
F irst O hio .............................
T enth O hio ............................
Eleventh Ohio .......................
Eighteenth Ohio ...................
O klahom a ..... .......................
O region ............... .. ..............
First Pennsylvania ............
Twelfth Pennsylvania ..........
Twenty-third Pennsylvania..
Rhode Island .........................
South Carolina ....... ..........
South Dakota ......................
T ennessee ..... ...................
F irst T exas ........................
Second Texas .... . ..............
U ta h .......................... .... .....
V erm ont ...... ....................
V irginia ....... .....................
Washington, Incl. Alaska..
W est Virginia ............. ........
W isconsin ...........................
W yom ing ................................
Philippine Islands ..................
Sales of documentary stamps
by postmasters ..................
Internal revenue receipts
through customs offices ......


7,021,218.85
21,067,306.84
11,631,699.60
346,143.28
17,496,831.83
10,376,984.95
5,337,143.21
43,975,521.06
10,692,059.56
3,055,382.57
64,878,941.22
9,596,155.65
41,366,909.66
5,843,307.53
2,065,905.42
479,256.43
7,221,463.49
12.454,094.99
8,691,712.00
2,129,800.24
1,047,017.85
14,364,897.09
8,254.456.65
6,306,726.96
22,068,064.80
440,324.09


T otal................. ........ . $1,263,5
*Eleven months' collections only.


September 30, 1929.
December 31, 1929...
March 31, 1930.........
June 30, 1930...........


75,106.97


7,405,279.10
18,368,743.22
5,355,337.47
177,938.21
16,087,974.42
5,695,743.74
3,329,025.87
23,864,776.33
7,179,803.57
2,320,987.02
55,959,486.76
6,158,288.07
35,088,992.32
8,020,668.97
735,614.11
363,059.46
5,075,440.42
8,549,816.14
7,263,691.12
993,826.50
1,098,840.69
4,226,665.16
5,526,923.32
3,144,079.68
12,065,655.87
282,932.99





$1,146,655,782.12


14,426,492.95
39,436,050.06
16,987,037.07
524,081.49
33,584,806.25
16,072,728.69
8,666,169.08
07,840,297.39
17,871,863.13
5,376,369.59
120,838,427.98
15,754,443.72
76,455,901.98
13,863,976.50
2,801,519.53
842,315.89
12,296,903.91
21,003,911.13
15,955,403.12
3,123,626.74
2,145,858.54
18,591,562.25
13,781,379.97
9,450,806.64
34.133,720.67
723,257.08





$2,410,230.889.09


SUMMARY (QUARTERLY COLLECTIONS)

Income Tax


Total, fiscal year 1930.............................................
T otal, fiscal year 1929.. ..........................................................
In crea se, 193 0 ........................ ... .. .. .... ............ ... ... ... .. ..


............ ... $609,466,017.85
.......... ......... 575,136,909.94
......... ........ 628,079,468.37
...... ................... 597,548,492.93
......................... $2,410,230,889.00
........................ .. 2,331,274,428.64
........... ...... $78,956.460.4.5


1,292,142.77
1,719,841.20
257,276,180.96
32,210.94
11,897,496.83
3,802,173.49
478,941.30
3,301,314.74
207,807.20
368,425.20
12,379,043.17
2,143,338.35
2,633,659.97
1.444,755.12
216,684.77
41,215.10
4,184,370.96
1,257,602.60
635,744.60
103,895.44
83,557.19
78,102,335.43
660,627.97
2,689,013.73
1,379,106.14
29,077.47
299,061.99

389,375.58
15,289.15
$628,268,040.52


15,718,635.72
41,155,891.26
274,263,218.03
556,292.43
45,482,303.08
19,874,902.18
9,145,110.38
71,141,612.13
18,079,670.33
5,744,794.79
133,217,471.15
17,897,782.07
79,089,561.95
15,308,731.62
3,018,204.30
883,530.99
16,481,274.87
22,261,513.73
16,591,147.72
3,227,522.18
2,229,415.73
96,693,897.68
14,442,007.94
12,139,820.37
35,512,826.81
752,334.55
*299,061.99
*389,375.58
*15,289.15

$3.038,498,929.61


Miscellaneous Taxes
$161,369,194.15
157,479,626.61
145,921,879.23
163,497,340.53
$628,268,040.52
607,779,946.79
$20.488,093.73


14,844,483.78
41,351,792.54
254,494,467.51
709,885.31
49,969,493.87
18,441,183.05
9,568,546.20
64,517,994.68
17,940,513.26
6,185,311.93
142,955,526.77
18,836,011.82
75,785,118.01
14,114,507.98
3,657,326.40
837,704.57
17,984,914.02
21,504,402.65
17,961,536.85
3,568,168.06
2,363,379.08
87,484,287.39
14,178,024.23
14,261,248.39
39,217,720.10
1,166,890.48
371,869.57




$2,939,054,375.43


Total
(All Sources)
$770,835,212.00
732,616,536.55
774,001,347.60
761,045,833.46
$3,038,498,929.61
2,939,054,375.43
$99,444,554.18


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