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 Front Cover
 Introduction
 Weekly auction average - shipments...
 Weighted average auction price...
 Production of citrus fruits, by...
 Florida production of canned grapefruit...
 Carlot shipments of citrus fruit...
 Comparative carlot shipments of...
 Oranges and tangerines - carlot...
 Grapefruit - carlot shipments by...
 Mixed citrus - carlot shipments...
 Oranges - car-lot shipments from...
 Tangerines - carlot shipments from...
 Grapefruit- carlot shipments from...
 Mixed citrus - carlot shipments...
 Citrus exports and table of weekly...
 United States - exports of grapefruit...
 United States citrus exports by...
 Distribution of Florida citrus...
 Recapitulation of Florida citrus...
 Oranges - unloads in 66 cities...
 Grapefruit - unloads in 66 cities...
 Carlot unloads of Florida...
 U.S. standards for Florida citrus...














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Publication Date: 1930-1931
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page i
        Page ii
    Introduction
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Weekly auction average - shipments of citrus fruits
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Weighted average auction price per box - New York by months
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Production of citrus fruits, by States, 1925-1930
        Page 11
    Florida production of canned grapefruit and grapefruit & orange juices, 1930-31 - Exports from Jacksonville & Tampa
        Page 12
    Carlot shipments of citrus fruit - Sept. 1930 through Aug. 1931
        Page 13
    Comparative carlot shipments of citrus fruits from principal states
        Page 14
    Oranges and tangerines - carlot shipments by weeks
        Page 15
    Grapefruit - carlot shipments by weeks
        Page 16
    Mixed citrus - carlot shipments by weeks
        Page 17
    Oranges - car-lot shipments from Florida by counties and months
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
    Tangerines - carlot shipments from Florida by counties and months
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
    Grapefruit- carlot shipments from Florida by counties and months
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
    Mixed citrus - carlot shipments from Florida by counties and months
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
    Citrus exports and table of weekly liverpool auction prices
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
    United States - exports of grapefruit to principal countries
        Page 41
    United States citrus exports by custom districts, July 1, 1930 to June 30, 1931
        Page 42
    Distribution of Florida citrus 1930-31 & 1928-29 seasons
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
    Recapitulation of Florida citrus distribution by states
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
    Oranges - unloads in 66 cities from September 1930 through June 1931 by months and by states of origin
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
    Grapefruit - unloads in 66 cities from September 1930 through June 1931 by months and by states of origin
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
    Carlot unloads of Florida tangerines
        Page 80
    U.S. standards for Florida citrus fruits, 1930
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
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UNITED STATES DEPARTiTviNT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
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FLORIDA STATE ?i.ARKETIiG BUREAU
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MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES



















MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS


SUILARY OF 19 0-31. SEASON


By

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Introduction ........... ,,,....,.,,.. ..,, ...,,,,....., .. ......, .. ...,, 1-6

Weekly Auction Average Shipments of Citrus.Fruits ,,....,.,,...o.., 7-8

Weighted Average Auction.Price Per Box New York By Months ....,,..,,,. 9-10

Production of Citrus Fruits, By States, 1925-1930 ....................... 11

Florida Production of Canned Granefruit and Grapefruit & Orange Juices,
1930-31 Exports From Jacksonville & Tampa ................... 12

Carlot Shipments of Citrus Fruit Sept. 1930 through Aug. 1931 .......... 13

Comparative Carlot Shipments.of Citrus Fruits From Principal States....... 14

Oranges and Tangerines Carlot Shipments By Weeks ...................... 15

Grapefruit Carlot Shipments By Weeks ................................ 16

Mixed Citrus Carlot Shipments By Weeks ...................... 17

Oranges Car-Lot Shipments From Florida By Counties and Months ......,, 18-22

Tangerines Carlot Shipments From Florida By Counties and Months ........ 22-24

Grapefruit Carlot Shipments From Florida By Counties and Months ........ 25-28

Mixed Citrus Carlot Shipments From Florida By Counties and Months ....., 28-33

Citrus Exports and Table of Weekly Liverpool Auction Prices ............. 33-40

United States Exports of Grapefruit to Principal Countries ,.......,,, 41

Grapefruit Production In Principal Countries ................ ..... 41

United States Citrus Exports By Custom Districts, July 1, 1930 to June
30, 1931 ,,.......... ......... ... ... ... ... ....... .... .. 42

Distribution of Florida Citrus 1930-31 & 1928-29 Seasons ...,.,...,,...,.. 43-63

Recapitulation of Florida Citrus Distribution By States ................. 64-67

Oranges Unloads In 66'Cities from September 1930 Through June 1931
By Months and By States of Origin ......,......,,........,.,,,... 68-73

Grapefruit Unloads in 66 Cities from September 1930 Through June 1931
By ,Ionths and By States of Origin .............,............. 74-79

Carlot Unloads of Florida Tangerine :.o,.*.;.:.,,,.. ....... ........,... 80
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U. S. Standards for Florida- rd.s Fruits, 1930 ;;i'.8,.*8.....5... ..., 81-85

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UNITED STATES DEPARTM iNT OF AC-RICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
ard
FLORIDA STATE ,MARKETTI5G B3P2AU
Cooperating




LARMET NEWS SERVICE 01T FRUITS AID V,3C-ETABLES



MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS

SUriCMARY OF 1930-31 SEASON

By

H. F. Willson




Dail; market reports on citrus were issued at Winter Haven, Florida, from
October 1, 1930 to !May 23, 1931, by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics in co-
operation with the Florida State Marketing Bureau.

FO7EO7RD

The 1.30-31 Florida citrus season will go on record as by far the largest
crop ever produced. Nearly 75,000 cars, or approximately 28,000,000 boxes, of
Florida citrus were shi-ped by rail, boat, and express. This exceeded the p re-
viously heavy crop of 1928-29 by more than 11,000 cars. In addition, fruit used
by canniers totaled over 3,000,000 boxes, and a comi-ercial estimate of the truck
movement for a thirty week shipping season was 1,&60,000 boxes,

In 1.29-30 the major marketing problem was the "Fruit Fly". In 1S30-31 it
was the ,marketing of a tremendous crop in face of a national depression and re-
duced 'uying power of the public. There was keen competition from other states,
particularly from the large cro- in California. The prices realized were generally
low, but this was a year of low prices of all co miodlties, and the s--les of Floridc
fruit compare very favorably with those received in competing areas. The low
prices, increased truck movement, and the shi-oments in bulk all aided in better
distribution. From a trade viewpoint, some of these above mentioned -practices
have their disadvantages, but it now efppears that they will be of assistance in
working out the proble-:s of future years when, barring unforeseen develop-ments,
citrus production n may be materially increased both in the United States and in
other countries and at a faster ration than the increase in population. This
probable situation is most apparent for grapefruit. Florida's competitors, par-
ticularl] y Texas, are increasing acreage very rapidly cjd only -. co:.ar.atively
sra.ll perccnt.ge is in bearing rt resent. Arizona, only -. s:-.a factor now, is
increasin- plantings vary materially. Pcrto Rico, a co-mpetitor both at home and
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abroad, is not only planting heavily"but is making favorable progress in improv-
ing the pack and the handling of the fruit. Fcderel Inspection .was cotablished
on the Island for the first time in 1.930, -nd an expcrienccd Tersonnol of market-
ing experts arc analyzing conditions and making suggestions for the improvcmcnt
of their marketing setup. Then, too, countries ouch as Palestine, South Africa,
and South America are making a bid for the European grapefruit markets. In the
more recently dcvclo)cd arcas, it is impossible to accurately forecast future
production, rnd it is possible that certain districts will not prove to be as
well adapted to citrus production as originally believed.

The development of the canning and juice industry may have a far reaching
effect. Retailed distribution of orange juice by national distributors opens up
heretofore undeveloped markets. The canning industry fills in the gap of the
summer months, making the marketing of a combination of fresh and canned fruit a
yearly cycle instead of soaonnal..

SHIPI21NTS

Florida shipments of the 1930-31 zscson started exceptionally early. The
first 3 cars of gr-pofruit were shipped August 31st. By October 1 the total. to
date for grapefruit was 1,036 cars. Florida orange shipments to Decczbcr 1st were
5261 c-rs compared with 2,398 in 1929-30; Graoefruit 5,1.1.6 compared to 4,11.4;
tangerines 710 compared to 202; and mixed citrus 2303 com":pred to 1,175 in 1929-
30. The shipments of tangerines were very heavy immediately following November
1.5th. After this date maturity inspection was not required and there avere no
restrictions. At a comparatively early date the shipments of various classes ex-
ceeded the final figures for the light crop a year ago. With the shipments of
December 4lth, 1930, the tangerine movement exceeded that of the total. shipm:ents
in the 1929-30 season. For mixed citrus the date was January 30th; oranges
February .1th; and grapefruit February 27th. A weekly segregation of citrus
shipments tabulated by states is given elsewhere in this Summary.

Boat, Express, and Truck Shipments

Ordinarily one does not think of cither the boat, express, or truck ship-
ments as being of major importance, but, with the decided increase in the volume
of each, the aggregate total is an important factor. Express shipments made up
of l.c.l. lots consolidates into solid cars totaled 1.043 cars for the season.
The express shipments by months were as follows: November 10 cars; December 407;
January 14g; February 209; March 169; April 85; May 15.

Shipments of citrus by boat are increasing. Weekly sailings from'
Tampa to New York, Ilobile, and New Orleans raned from 25,000 to 30,000 boxes
during the height of the 1930-31 season. At the peak of the movement weekly
boat shipments from all. Florida ports to United States ports exceeded 100 cars
per week. Better facilities, such as ship refrigeration, together with favorable
rates, all had a part in the increasing popularity of this method of shi- -ing,
During the 1930-31 season the Florida citrus shipments by boat amounted to the
equivalent of 1696 carloads, made up of 999 carloads of oranges, 653 c .arloads of
grapefruit, and 44 carloads of tangerines. During the light 1929-30 season the
equivalent of 254 cars of all citrus moved by boat, and during the 1926-29 season
703 c-rs.









The truck movement is purely a matter of estimate. One commercial
organization estimated the weekly movement of bulk citrus by truck from the
state a.t 56,000 boxes, or a total of 1,680,000 boxes for a 30 week shipping
season. Checkers of this organization clocked the movement for a period of
24 hours on the three trunk highways leaving the state. All factors greene
that this ycar's trucking operations w-re larger than in any previous year.
Some -r.: of the opinion that there were as m .ny as one .thousand trucks in the
bDuin.ss. Possibly this statement was representative during the height of
the season, but throughout the remainder of the shipping period the number
decreased considerably. Many expressed the opinion that the equivalent of
around 10 .er cent of the rail. movement was shipped by truck. Others were
more conservative and thought.that around 7 per cent .was shipped by truck,
There was a decided difference in amount of truck sales-made by the individ-
ual packing houses. Some managers catered to this business while with others
the volume of their truck sales were comparatively light. Packing houses not
located ne.r the main routes of travel did not have the opportunities of sel-
ling as did others more favorably located. With shipments of nearly 75,000
cars, even 7 p-,r cent would have represented approximately. 5,000 cars, and 10
per cent 7,500 cars.

Boat and ex-ress shipments are included in the total shipments of
74,644 cars, but trucl move;ient is not included in these shipment figures.

ANALYSIS OF TIHE McANIFSTS OF MIXED CITRUS SHIPMENTS
CLEARING HOUSE SHIPPER MEMBERS SHOWING PERCENTAGES
OF
ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT & TANGERINES
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Growers
Clearing Hous.e Association, Winter Haven, Florida.

The Winter Haven Citrus Market News Office received many-inquiries as
to the relative percentages of oranges, grapefruit, and tangerines in mixed
car citrus. The following table was secured by months for the past two seasons.
There are sufficient cars represented to furnish a reliable index of contents.


CARS
1930-
31


October 388
November 465
December 566
January 539
February 483
March 174
April 322
May 41
Total 3378
# Account quarantine


ANALYZED ORANGES
1929- 1930- 1929-
30 31 30
% %

139 61 51
798 53 55
1397 54 58
1417 53 59
1023 58 62
752 55 61
218 53 58
# Acre-54 -
5744 age 55 59
regulations, season closed


GR A2 P RUI T
1930- 1929-
31 30
'/b '
39 39
29 28
24 24
27 26
24 33
39 36
47 41.
46 -
33 29
on April. 15, 1930,


T ANERINES
1930- 3929-
31. 30
10
1.s 16
22 18
20 15
1.8 5
6 2
.






QUALITY

The average quality of the 1.930-31 Florida citrus was not as good as
that of the 1928-29 crop, but was better than that of the 1929-30 season.
The following percentages cover an analysis of 47,836 cars in 1930-31; 27,999
in 1929-30; and 34,563 in 1928-29. On account of the :relatively large number
of ci's ',abulated, the percentages are representative of the quality for the
res-ective seasons.

Summary of Grade Analysis for Seasons 1930-31, 1929-30 & 192S-29


Obtained through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Growers'
Clearing House Association.


Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Mixed citrus
Al. citrus


NTo. Is


1930- 1929- 192S-
TI1 TO 2q


42
45
68
53
46


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No. 2s


Commercial
rtr-nrl


G 4 r


1930- 1929- 1928- 1930-
1 M TO 2Q 71


4o
48
36
39
43


0


61
58
59
41.
59
h9


47
53
29
46
48


1929- 1928-
__._29_
Lj )


Bulk


1930-1929-192S
31, 30 29

1.0 # 1.
9 2
3
18
10 6


# Io bulk ship-ments on account of quarantine regulations.



Following is a preliminary announcement by the Bureau of the Census,
Department of Commerce, released in October, 1931, of the number of citrus trees
in California and Florida as listed in the 1930 census, with comparisons with
previous years. Comparable figures for other states were not yet available at
the time this summary was prepared. The 1930 Census was taken April 1, and the
1925 and 1920 Census on January 1, each applying to the number of trees during
the preceding year.


Florida
1929
1924
1919
California
1929
1924
1919


Trees of Bearing
Age (Numbeor)
RAPSFRUIT

3,595,155,
2,969,910
1,68 1,481

619,561
304,262
231,136


Trees Not of Bearing
Age (Number)


938,874
951,909
963,336

494,496
251,616
81,873


TOTAL



4,534,029
3,9,1,819
2,644,817

1,114,057
555,878
313,009


ORANGES
(Including all Oranges, Tangerines and Satsumas)


3,421,837
6,046,261
2,341,341


12,424,199
13,351,983
6,025,66E


Florida
1929
1924
1919


9,002,362
7,305,722
3,684,327





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Trees of Bearing Trces 1ot of Bearing TOTAL
k.qe (CTpumber) jue -r) -rber __ --


California
1929
1924
1919


ORANGES (Cnt.)
(Including all Oranges, Tangerines

.14,239,607
13,870,01.8
10,297,593


and Satsumnas)


2,539,31.2
1,762,027
2,598,759


16,778,919
15,632,045
12,896,352


LEMONS


Florida
1.929
1924
1919
California
1929
1924
1919


28,497
84,273
34,176

2,776,11.4
3,196,469
2,884,770


14,761.
68,909
22,756

309,185
284,000
781,535


43,258
153,182
56,932

3,085,299
3,480,469
3,666,305


Following s ,a Citrus census of -;n Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
as of April 1, I '31 -made by the Plant Quarantine and Control Administration,
in connection with the provisions of the Mexican Fruit Worm Quarantine.
These are NOT Census figures of the Department of Commerce, such as those for
Florida and California as listed above. It should also be noted that the Texas
survey was made as of April 1, 1931, while the 1930 Census figures of Florida
and California apply to the number of trees in 1929.
Ages of Trees are classified as 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Trees given under
classification- "0" were planted during the period from April 1, 1930, to
March 31, 1931. Trees given under classification "1" were planted from July 1,
1929, to March 31, 1930. Trees given under classification "2" were planted from
July 1, 1.928, to June 30, 1929. The ages of trees designated as 3" and "4",
respectively, will be understood in the light of this explanation. Trees given
under classification "5" were planted previous to June 30, 1926.
Other Citrus: Under this classification are included kamquats, limes, mandarins,
satsumas, sour oranges, tangelos, lemons, etc.

TEXAS, APRIL 1., 1931
Number of growing : : : :
citrus trees of :- Grapefruit : Orange : Other Citrus : Total
different ages : :

0 763,371 100,833 5,195 869,389
1 708,843 163,485 29,00oo 901,332
2 1,189,042 327,023 53,014 1,569,079
3 799,186 256,162 44,785 1,100,133
4 439,922 181,511 24,209 645,642
5 998,570 479,380 70,526 .1,548.476
TOTAL 4,898,934 1,508,394 226,723 6,634,051








TEXAS, ,IL 1 1931(Cont .)___ "
Total all citrus- : :
by counties : : c....er ..: I .. .... ...'...

0 595,459 249,604 25,236 870,299
1 6o4,448 277,538 19,346 901,332
2 l,056,368 496,210 16,501 1,569,079
761,380 314,671 24,082 1,100,133
4 430,579 207,495 7,568 645,642
5 91,4,23- 622.,174 _. 12,069 1 54sg.476
TOTAL 4,361.55r7 2,167,692 104,8002 6,634,05 1

BRIEF 1TOTATIONS CONCERNING COMPETIIG- STATES

CALIFORNI: Main competition in oranges. Orange crops, 1930-31 season, estimated
at 32,800,000 boxes compared to 24,400,000 in 1.929-30. This state has recently
planted very few oranges of the Navel variety, which compete mostly with Florida
oranges, but there has been an increase in acreage of Valencias which are marketed
chiefly during the sumner and early fall.

TEXAS: Production in 1930 was greatly reduced because of freezing damage. The
grapefruit crop was estimated at 725,000 boxes compared with 1,275,000 boxes in
1929, and oranges at 82,000 boxes compared with 128,000 boxes in 1929. Total
carlot shipments from th-e state-for the .1930-31 marketing, season.were 2,.654.cars
compared with 4,1.50 in 1929-30. The freezing damage Was confined mostly to the
1930 crop, as most of the trees recovered from.injury.

ARIZONA: The total citrus acreage is estimated at about 17,000 acres in Maricopa
County and-1,200 acres in Yuma County, with something over 5,000 acres of the total
in bearing. Production in 1930 was estimated at 310,000 boxes of grapefruit and
110,000 boxes of oranges, a total of 420,000 boxes. Carlot shipments of the
1930-31 shipping season totaled 556 cars, made up of 436 cars of grapefruit, 90
of oranges, 29 of mixed citrus and 1 car of lemons.

LOUISI.ATA: Production in 1930 estimated as 195,000 boxes. According to a commer-
cial source of information, the approximate proportion of varieties is as follows:
Creole sweet oranges 60%; tangerines 15%; mandarins 10%; Washington navels 7%;
satsumas 5%; grapefruit 3%. Instead of practically all fruit going to New Orleans
by boat as was the general practice a few years ago, there is an increasing amount
of Louisiana citrus being shipped to the northern markets. Carlot shipments during
the 1930-31 season Were 1.45 cars of:oranges, 155 mixed citrus, and 2 grapefruit,
a total of 302 cars.

.ALABAAA: Severe freezes a year ago defoliated trees to such an extent that they
did not bear in 1931. Damage was very irregular, some groves being wiped out and
some suffering only in a relatively small degree. Alabamas: setsuma shipments of the
1930-31 season wore only 2 cars compared to 485 in 1929-30.








WEEKLY AUCTION AVERAGES

The number of cars sold on the leading auction markets, together with
average prices, were made available-through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus
Growers' Clearing House Association. In the following table of 'Weekly Auction
Averages', the first six columns, cbopiled by the Clearing House, represent the
number of cars of Florida~grapefruit and oranges and California oranges sold with
their respective averages. Prices show are averages of the New York, Boston,
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Detroit
auctions. The six columns on the right are the number of cars of Florida grape-
fruit, oranges, mixed citrus and tangerines, California oranges and Texas grape-
fruit, shipped for the weeks indicated, according to the regular shipment reports
of the Bureau of .Agricultural Economics.

For the week-ending September 13th, 38 cars of Florida grapefruit sold for
an-average of $4.60. Prices declined to $2.45 by January 17th. During the re-
mainder of the season prices ranged from $2.25 to $2.70. SuppLies were generally
heavy, with the peak week on the auctions being the one ending April 18th when
451 cars were sold for an average of $2.50. Beginning in the early part of January
the weekly offerings ranged mostly from 350 to 400 cars.

For the week ending October 18th, 53 cars of Florida oranges sold for an
average of $5.65. Supplies on the actions increased and for the peak week,
December 20th, there were 609 cars sold for an average of $2.60, which was the
low for the entire season. Beginning with the week ending February 14th and up
to May 2nd the market generally advanced. There'was a slight decline following
March 28th but the market again advanced to a top of $4.05 for the week ending
May 2hd. During the last mentioned period Florida oranges outsold California
stock. The quality was good and the Florida oranges sold quite readily. During
the first part of May the shipments from California increased very rapidly,as
Valencias were starting to move and Navels were cleaning up, and with the increased
supplies the market declined. Another factor at this time was the increasing
competition of other fruits, particularly strawberries, and by the latter part of
May cantaloupes from the Imperial Valley of California were also arriving on the
markets in liberal quantities .






'UEKLY AUC2IO0 AVERAGE SHIPMEITS OF CITRUS FRUITS


WEEKLY AUCTION A.VRAGE SHIPivSNTTS
Carlots-- Freight & Boat
ILORIDA CALIJFiORT FIAA
7oe- Gof t' r PLORIDA CLIF TEX.
eek Craefruit Oraes Oranges CALIF
Ending Cars Av. Cars I Av'. 'Cars vg. C;ft. Or. T .r. .f

9-13 35 $4.6o $ 292 $7..33 190 '- 648
9-20 102 3.75 334 7.20 315 3 9 -
9-27 125 3.65 1 2.60 296 7.55 374 5 1 957
lo- 4 1S7 3.35 301, .o00 285 3 8 532 58
10-11 1s0 3.60 6 5.40 2S0 8.70 532 66 29 471 156
10-1. 254 3.20 53 5.65 286 8.95 453. 287 155 335 11.6
1.0-25 223 3.20 212 5.15 290 s .40 310 738 174 31 50
11- 1 218 3.50 400 4.15 276 7.35 561 s46 244 154 63
1.1- 332 3.10 438 3.5 .IS9 7.30 666 959 335 S. 671 125
11-15 341 2.g0 534 3.20 97 6.84 478 904 4oo 112 972 100
11-22 303 2.75 590 3.00 197' 5.05 412 775 558 450 763 114
11-29 24 2.65 441. 3.10 245 4.75 478 658 397 1.25 1536 138
12- 6 297 2.75 470 2.so 300. 3.95 710 1.109 776 234 156 177
12-1.3 351 2.60 571 2.65 437 3.60 563 1331 1.020 251 1361 28.
12-20 295 2.60 609 2.60 527. 3.15 263 713 s81 '14 572 93
12-27. 169 2.75 2SS 2.90 324 3.10 310 445 370 93 595 30

1- 3 260 2.75 345 3.20 238 3.20 706 1035 626 27 723 6
1-1. 378 2.55 579 2.70 297 3.00 625 759 541 233 625 154
1-17 351 2.45 494 2.65 278 ...20 594 S24 571 176 962 154
1-24 340 2.50 509 2.80 289 3.40 791 1004 634 92 1441 s80
1-31 402 .2.45 578 2.95 329 .3.50 904 1292 758 172 1.467 70
2- 7 370 2.40 590 2.85 423 3.30 856 1.204 790 189 944 81
2-1.4 359 2.35 576 2.35 412 2.90 842 11.05 729 165 746 109
2-21 412 2.40 4s4 3.35 304. 3.10 992 1192 .624 04 1136 6g
2-28 395 2.30 577 3.35 281 3.40 870 1231 539 79 1614 7
3- 7 375 2.40 588 3.40 358 3.50 878 975 430 74 161 51.
3-14 397 2.50 526 3.60 469 3.40 1158 1.018 420 46 1650 1
3-21 42S 2.45 510 3.90 471 3.40 1005 1108 358 35 1672 -
3-28 386 2.45 608 3.95 524 3.35 933 1122 353 19 1822
4- 4 33! 2.50 524 3.50 525 3.20 q88 659 277 2 689 -
4-11 406 2.65 377 3.05 504 3.20 1065 707 254 1, 1350
4-18 451 2.50 392 3.80 505 3.10 763 759 226 1323 -
4-25 357 2.55 428 3.75 504 3.20 980 869 242 1 1115 1
5- 2 4oo 2.75 520 4.05 383 3.80 862 1137 243 2324
5- 9 408 2.60 681 3.75 413 4.05 967 969 248 21.02 -
5-16 431 2.30 533 3.75 400 3.95 760 657 156 1s4 -
5-23 313 2.25 506 3.85 513 3.40 374 738 101 1631 -
5-30 -- 7 609 _9_ 69





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ORANGES, FLORIDA: Tei -hted average a:.ction price per box,
New York bv months. q192! q930.


Season
Beginning
October


Oct.


Nov.


Dec.


Jan. Feb.


Mar.


Anr.


June Avg. L/


$4. o
3.53
5.59
3.55
4.21.
3.01


$3.68, $4.26
4.25 4.44
3.76 3.91.
5.23 5. 597
3.45 3.30
4.49 4.44
2.91 3.1.9


$5.69
5.02
4.10
6.29
3.30
4.98
3.79


$6.43
5.80
4.86
6.84
3.55
7.13
3.80


$7.82 $8.26
5.87 6.72
4.75 4.54
8.58 9.11
3.33 2.99
7.42 6.60
3.85 4.02


Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Corapiled from reports of
Fruit Growers' Exchange. Prices weightce by number of bo-es sold.


$5.31'
5.10-
4. 1.]
6.24-
3.40o
4.94.
3.54 -


California


/ includes averages in other months as follows:
1924-25, $8.49 in July, 1925
1926-27, 3.12 in July, 1.927
1928-29, 2.92 in July and $2.2Q in August, 1929
1930-31, 2.61 in Sept. 1930 and $4-.62 in July, 1931


R0SO:S, CALIFORNIA ~T0VLS: Weighted average auction -price -er box,
New York bby mont.is, 2924 19l0.


Season
Beginning iJov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June Average
November

1.924-25 $4.64 $4.47 $5.35 $5.48 $6.51 $6.21 V/ $5.42
1925-26 .00 $4.56 4.24 4 55 4.70 5.50 4.73 5.56 4.80
1926-27 6.32 5.06 4.69 4.71 4,54 4,89 4.43 5.60 4.74-
1.927-28 2/ 5.55 4.5 5.18 5.52 5.98 7.39 5.61
1928-29 5.72 4,46 4.84 3,89 3.52 4.06 3.56 3.56 4.1o
1929-30 / 5.56 4.98 4,99 5.67 6,03 6.64 5.64
1.930-31 5.23 3.58 3,45 3.27 3,42 3.32 3.93 3.54


Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Compiled from reports of California
Fruit Growerst Exchsnge. Prices weighted by number of boxes sold.

1/ includes an average of $5,47.in July, 1925


2/ reported for one week only


1.924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31.


$7.45
3.70
3.67
5.os
3.42
4.76


$7.19
4.79
6.31
3.71
4.04
3.45


I I : I i II I-i


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OhRANTGES, CALIFORNIA V:LENCIAS:
box, Ter York


Weighted
by months


average auction rice per
2 lh -'.L


Season
Beginning | ApXr. May June July Aug. .Sept. Oct. iov. A.vg.
Acri] .

3925 $4.80 $6.28 $7.43 $6.40 $6. 47 $7.58 $3.23 $9.90 $7.35
1926 4.92 4.58 4.46 5.21 4.89 5.39 6.44 6.79 5.28
1927 4.66 4.43 4.98 5.90 6.15 6.73 7.02 6.71 6.00
1928 5.94 7.38 7.22 7.58 7.45 7.77 7.55 6.79 7.45
1.929 2/ 4.40 4.58 4.13 4.85 4.73 4.85 4.77 4.63
1,930. 6.59 7.97 7.19 7.36' 7.33 7.29 8.69 7.78 7.59
1931 3.42 3.62 4.31 3.81 -


Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Compiled from reports of California
Fruit Growers' Exchange. Price weighted by number of boxes sold.

1/ includes averages in December as follows:

1925 -$2.14
1926 6.69
1927 5.75

2/ re-ported for one week only


IRAPETRUIT, FLORIDA: Weighted average auction price per box,
New York by months, 1924 1.930.

Season
Beginning Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Ar. May June July Avg.
October

1924-25 $2.83 $2.83 $2.71 $3.78 $4.38 $5.94 1/ $3.37
1925-26 $4.96 $3.97 $3.95 4.0. 4.03 4.61 5.16 4.70 4.74 $5.51 4.38
1926-27 5.35 4.07 3.40 3.58 3.75 3.67 3.59 3.66 3.80 2.44 3.66
3927-28. 4.6o 4.70 4.71 4.82 5.07 5.52 5.45 4.92 3.93 6.282/4,93
1.928-29. ''.4i 4.25 3.44 3.52 3.20 3.30 3.32 3.83 4.71. 6.36 3.70
1.92-30 4.51 4. 23 4.26 4.43 4.09 4.78 5.09 .25 3.24 3.103/.42
1930-31 3.64 3.00 2.82 2.56 2.43 2.50 2.76 2.57 2.06 1.174/2.69


Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Cormpiled from reports of California
Fruit Growers' Exchange. Prices weighted by number .of boxes sold.

1/ reported for one week only

2/ includes an average of $4.51 in August, 1927

3/ includes an average of $5.80 in September, 1929


4/ includes an average of $4.03 in September, 1.930





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PRODUCTION

The figures in this table of production include fruit consumed on farms,
sold locally, and used for manufacturing purposes, as well as that shipped. The
figures do not include fruit that ripened on the trees but which was destroyed by
freezing-or storms prior to picking. The figures on oranges include tangerines
and satsumas, the former having reached moderate proportions in Florida with the
acreage in the State increasing rapidly. The figures relate to the crop produced
from the bloom of the year shown, picking beginning November 1 in California and
about September 1 in other states. Fruit in California not picked until after
October 31 of the following year is included with the next crop.


PRODUCTION OF


CITRUS FRUITS, BY STATES, 1925-1930


BOXES*

STATE 1925 1926 : 1927 : 1928 1929 : 1930
Calif. 24,200,000 28,167,000 23,000,000 33,000,000 24,400,000 32,800,000
Florida 9,100,000 10,700,000 8,200,000 1P,000,000 8,800,000 17,000,000
Alabama i 100,000 75,000 110,000 38,000 212,000 3,000
Arizona 86,000 75,000 54,000 54,000 104,000 110,000
Louisiana 100,000 150,000 200,000 220,000 187,000 195,000
Texas 10,000 20,000 30,000 70,000 123,000 82,000
Mississippi 27,000 42,000 8,000 i1,000
_7 States 33,623,000 39,229,000 31,594,000 48,382,000 33,839,000 50,191,000

RAPEFRUIT
Florida 7,300,000 7,800,000 7,200,000 10,500,000 8,200,000 14,500,000
Texas 200,000 340,000 490,000 750,000 1,275,000 725,000
California 600,000 650,000 720,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,118,000
Arizona 90,000 75,000 176,000 186,000 243,000 310,000
4 States 8,190,000 8,g65.,00 8g,6,000C 12,236,000 10,718,000 15,153,000


California


7,136,000


7,712 _000


LEMONS
6,00o,000


7,100,000 5.900, 000 7,020,000


* Net content of box varies. In California and Arizona the approximate average
for oranges is 70 lbs. net and for grapefruit 60 lbs.;.in Florida and other
states, oranges 83 lbs, and grapefruit 73 lbs.

SEstimates in standard boxes, each equal to about 2 of the "half-straps"
commonly used.


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FLORIDA. PRODUCTION OF CANED GRAPEFTRUFIT AND GAPEFRSUIT & ORANGE JUICES, 1930-31.
(As released by the United States Department of Cormmerce, Bureau of Foreign &
Domestic Cormmierce)
The data given below represents Florida :production of the above products dur-
ing the 1930-31 packing season, with comparative figures for the 1929-30 season.
This information was collected from individual canners by the Florida District
Office of. the United States Department of Commnerce, at the request of the Florida
Graoefruit Canners' Association. This statement includes reports from 29 individual
firms, representing 38 canning establishments. Eight plants reported not in opera-
tion during season, with one firm sending no report.


HEAfR S
1929-30 1 1930-31


12 8 oz.
12 15 "
24 8 "
24 11 "
24 15 "
36- st
48 8 "
48 14 "
72 8 "
4S lts
24 2ts
12 51s
6 10ts
TOTALS


-
2,370
*-
1,900

236,943
1,080
29,240
32,811
958,685
61,704
2,775
1,327,508


GRAPEFRUIT.


3,807
1,260

3,800
60,000
565,160
S1,755
56,0o4
38,491
1,905,239
176,5
2,775,077
,2,775,077


JICE
1q29-30 1930-31


16,107

1,530
89,278
47,0os
9,232

16)3,004


25,000



60,720

1,137
164,227
109,293
41,443
868
404,193


ORANGE. JUICE

1929-30 1930-31


5,939 2,ooo0
2,500


5,064


2,851
25,539
759
932
41,004


-
17,117

94
13,728
1 :,554
2,809
960
79,492


The above converted into cases of 24 No. 2 cans:
1929-30 1930-31
Grapefruit
Hearts 1,316,738 2,712,439
Juice 175,934 412,066
Orange Juice 37,552 61,110


United



S" '


EXPORTS FROM JACKSCIVILLE eA TAIPA

(Cases)
Kingdom 93,678
16,097
1 760
160
100
- .75


L-'. 3ota..
Total


50
25110
o,79b65


Total number of standard field boxes of Graoefruit used
during season .....
Total number of standard field boxes of oranges used ......


Ej c,- 193 -1 SR., "SOB

(C2.e- .?T'i. s. )
2 .n '--
2,1,32
(op ) i.*
l.- -


12. -l130

1,639,923
36,514


1930-1931

2,892,705
61,351


lo T-
j2s-36 1-)o---i


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CA3LOT SI IPMES OF CITRUS FEJIT SEPT. 193P0 THRICJ- AUG.. 1931

S |PT. OCT. NOV. 2,C. JAI. FEB. IUAR. PR. iviAY JUE JULY AUG. TOTAL


Alabaa 2 2
Arzona 37 43 2 5 3 90
Calif.T.Dist. 175 282 18 3 1 479
Calif.S.Dist. 2568 1236 119 1015 4352 4436 7410 4730 4756 5161 6746 4725. 47254
Calif.C.Dist. 108 3831 3389 430 27 912 2201 504 25 4 11431


Calif. I.Vly. 1 1 2
Florida 8 1789 3464 4118 4377 4732 4515 3463 3392 943 18 30819
Louisiana 7 49 53 32 3 2 145
Mississii 1 1
Texas _29 30 4 4 4 1 1 117
TOTAL U.S 2576 3169 7707 8904 9215 92271956 91'810352 6608 6789 4729 9030
Imports Cuoa 1 3 6
" Porto Pico il 79 64 9 12 17 23 20 4 4 2 251


C-3PZ2fi~JIT
,-- --' h T ~- -r I


I zC


Arizona I 1 (e uD( '- 1 "
Calif. N.ist. 1 1
Calif. S.Dict. 21 6 19 9 42 33 35 58 101 116 215 98 753
Calif. C.Diot. 7 9 6 3 28 51 5 6 115
Calif. IT.Vly. 11 43 38 2s 14 40 27 33 234
Florida 1036 1921 2159 2224 3233 3560 4207 4140 2814 725 44 18 26081
Louisiana 1 1 2
Texas 6 423 529 425 491 335 37 1 2247
TOTAL U.S. 1063 239 281 27513870 3988 4422 4344 2995 848 20 116 29869
Irmorts Cutba 331 19 1 11 5 24 35 18 2 28 474
, Porto -Eico 168 79 49 S 5 17 105 135 79 155- 306 196 1302


EMONTS
Arizona 1 1
Calif.\T.Dist. 4 5 11 22 19 16 19 11 5 1 3 9 125
calif.s,Dist. 967 769 738 782 1149 893 1448 1779 2372 3327 2506 1167 17897
Calif.C.,Dist. 8 22 33 59 39 29 17 2 209
TCTAL U.S. 971 82 771 838 1227 948 _4j680 21T 93328 509 1176 18232
-TA GE-RIN ES


Calif.N.Dist.
Calif.S.Dist.
Florida
Louisiana


- -


- - 1


S 1 8
710 848 823 537 176
S 10 -


2 3096
S 10


Texas 1 1 2
TOTAL U.S. 711 850 833_538__184 _2_ 3118
-I- ) CITpUS SRUIT
Arizona .- 10 4 1 4 29
Calif.I.Dist 2 1 -
Calif.S.Dist. 80 30 3 21 126 142 191 150 100 164 280 157 1444
Calif.C.Dist. 3 29 28 .6 1 6 4 77
Florida 5 561 1737 3350 2825 2682 1662 1052 679 126 5 14684
Louisiana 6 16 65 46 16 5 1 155
Texas 107 78 48 8 45 2 288
TOTAL U.S. 85 707 1873 3528 3012 2885 1861 1209 787 290 286 157 16680


Imports Cuba


- 1 2


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CI~t~CIF~S


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C00MARATIVE OARiOT SHIPMENTSS. OF.CITRUS.. RUITS.. FM PRINCIPAL STATES PAST .EI~VE
SEASONS INCLUDING 1OAT SHIPMENTS = CA(MIOT EQUItVALENT$S.


ORANGES
(Including Tangerines) J1/
1920-21 .20,860
1921-22 15,717
1922-23 23,006
1923-24 33,431
1924-25 25,091
1925-26 19,625
..1926-27 22,536
...1927-28 16,453
1928-29 32,550 TANGERINES
1929-30 1/6,469 3 -3
1930-31 _/ 30,819 3,.096


1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31


ORANGES 2/
456,874--
28,376
48,346
44,905
34,439
47,017
53,511
43,693
68,797 TANfGERINES
43,052 1
~55,254 10


FLORIDA


GRAPEFRUIT
11,115
12,943
-16,969
19,614 .
20,087
S14,269
17,30
14,166'
21,844
--13,955
. .26,081


CALIFORNIA


-" 5 1 :
5Q3
507 .. "
469.
449
546
597
756
.. 822
1,179
1,103


MIXED CITRUS 2/
(not
reported)
2,631
3,6o8
4,226
3,565
5,.313
6,225
9,109
.. 8,216
14 ,684


MIXED CITRUS
(not
repporteed)
.1,033
1,424
S1,148
1,605
1,639
1,630
1,783
1,343
" ,#1,411


11,836
S'9,907
8.,946
13,388
11,680
13,981
13,529
12,745
.17,181
13,564
#16,47$


TEXAS


1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31


ORANGES
S0


3
3
6-
9.
26-
33
156
S117


TANGERINE S
0
2


GRAPEFRUIT
0
8
48
99
521
298
747
1,036
1,617
3,493
2,247


MIXED CITRUS
..- O
4
.18
.. 1
18
0
22
92
185
501
288


1/ Tangerines report
2/ Including console
3/ Sipping season
STo September 1,


*ted separately for 19.29-3.0..and .1930-3.1. "
.idated cars of express shipments. .
from November 1 to October 31.
1931.


TOTAL
CITRUS
31,975
28,660
42,606
56,653
9,44
47,459
5,153
36,844
63,503
39,83
74,680


TOTAL.
CITRUS
59,131
38,786
58,832
60,186
47,716
63,149
69,276
58,824
88,583
.59,139
,74.,256.


. -TOTAL
CITRUS
0
12 -
66.
lo4
544
304.
.778
1i,54-
1,835
4,150.
.2,654


LEMONS
0
0
0
o


~ "' '


"


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ORANGES AED TANG1ERITES CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS
NOTE: Beginning with the 1929-30 season Tancri'e ski-mejnts were lih.t.d separate~~.
In previous seasons Tangerines were included with Orpnges.
Week FLORIDA CAALIFORNIIA ALL OTHERS TOTALS
Ending 1930-31 T ]929-30 30- I 29-0 z10-31. 29-30 30-31 29-30
Oran- Tanger- Oran- Tager-
ges ines ges ines
Sept. 6 571 1033 571 1033
13 1 648 1328 648 1329
20 3 2 589 984 592 986
-27 5 1 557 1156 562 1157
Oct. 4 3 2 532 1289 1 536 1291
11 66 14 471 1287 8 2 545 1303
18 287 47 1 335 1124 8 19 630 1191
25 738 90 6 111 1077 7 52 856 1225
Nov. 1. 846 182 7 154 898 14 63 101.4 1150
8 959 8 239 27 671 877 28 109 1666 1252
1.5 904 112 424 57 972 674 41 137 2029 1292
22 775 450 636 6o 763 630 24 121 012 1447
29 658 125 750 46 1536 1296 20 102 2339 21.94
Dec. 6 .109 234 828 63 1.856 1654 32 82 3231 2627
1.3 1331 251 1312 168 1361 1.125 39 94 2982 2699
20 713 148 845 65 572 678 18 61 1.451 1649
-27 445 93 321 51 595 555 11 22 1144 949
Jan. 3 1035 287 900 103 723 724 11 31 2056 1758
10 759 233 s89 65 625 610 10 54 1627 1618
17. 824 176 768 52 982 315 12 27. 1994 1162
24 ioo4 92 793 35 1441 599 12 13 2549 144o
-31 12.92 172 670 19 1467 797 8 23 2939 1.509
Feb. 7 1.204 189 656 10 944 846 12 12 2349 1524
14 .105 165 0so 5 746 882 13 2 2029 1697
21 1192 104 1015 1136 so4 1.2 2444 1819
28 1231 79 996 1 1614 833 19 1 2943 1831
Mar. 7 975 74 725 1618 924 3 270 1o649
14 1018 46 642 2 16o8 1156 1 2745 1800
21 1108 35 574 1672 899 1 2815 1474
28 1.122 19 462 1822 1327 2 2963 1791
Apr. 4 659 2 456 1689 1230 1 2. 2351 1688
11 707 1 324 1350 1495 2 2058 1821
18 759 63 1323 1392 2082 1455
25 869 1 18 1115 1406 1985 1424
May 2 .137 7 1324 1079 2461 lo86
9 969 2 .2102 818 2 3073 820
16 657 .1848 1093 2505 1093
23 738 1631 1,231 2369 1231
30. 609 4 869 oo004 478 1008
June 6 393 2 1173 911 1566 913
13 306 1 1399 680 -. 1705 681
20. 197 1381 693 1578 693
27 73 1230 782 -. 1303 782





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GRAPEFRUIT ABR7LT SHIPMENTS BY WOIKS


Sent. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
g
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27


53
190
315
374
285
32
535
310
561
666
478
412
478
710
563
265
310
706
625
594
791
904
856
842
992
870
o78
1158
1005
933
988
1065
763
980
862
967
760
374
417
362
174
117
55


33
85
138
230

496
567
.375
378
309
3 08
144
4oo
403
467
309
165
398
427
514
565
454
550
588
569
487
646
683
525
764
573
116
18
10
3
8
3
2
6
8
7


58
156
116
50
63
125
100
114
138
177
128
93
30
68
154
154
80
70
81
109
68
77
36
1




1


]-9

19
78.
188
2m0
141
157
155
197
190
242
304
243
93
202
328
337
.176
144
86
36
6

1


2
12
5
1
3
12
6
13
26
24
32
34
29
29
21
23
25

30
36
37
37
25
23
19
26
36
38
36
46
46
32
68



40
28
22
38
24
31


9
4
4
3
3

14.
27
27
28
22
23
21
26
13
13
29
30
22
49
36
44'
43
57
63
69
65
67
73
69
50

33
29
61
37
39
32
69
34
30


55 42
202 1
320 142
375 234
346 4o0
700 577
575 768
373 599
650 533
815 493
61o 490
560 639
645 572
916 668
712 792
379 578
363 271
7S8 61
8C9 984
784 830
908 712
1011 758
962 576
974 630
1079 637
973 626
950 551
1107 715
104 -748
979 592
1034 837
1097 642
831 166
1031 68
908 43
1019 32
8o4 61
4i4 45
445 42
384 34
212 75
141 42
86 37





MIXED CITRS CLOT
MIXED CITRUS C0A3BT


SHIPM'TS BY TWEKS


Sept. 6
13
20
27
ect. 24
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
j14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27


1
8
29
S 155
174
244
335
. o 0
558
3 97
776
S1020
S 81
370
626
541
S 571
634
758
S 790
720
624
S 539
436
420
358
S 353
277
254
226
242
243
248
156
101
79
5q
34
16
16


1
2
18
38
55
84
130
192
290
365
433
740o
608
195
368
505
420
415
376
344
363
390
415
251
282
287
238
184
168
54
1
3
1


2
4
14
11
19
27
35
33
27
33
66
59
14
36
37
51
25
25
25
13
2







1
1


17 22
29 19
19 15
17 17
S 25 19
55 4o
188 71
209 80
285 114
S373 171
431 242
S59 339
426
o01 485
-1067 826
S956 685
391 221
649 422
. 575 568
621 490
676 451
S oS8 43o
S832 39
776
681 419
596 457
S469 281
457 314
412 312
413 274
S314 217
302 198
264 81
279 30
258 32
274 17
186 31
129 25
S100 27
78
. 79 7
60 53
55 49




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CRANGES -- CAR-LOT SEIPIMETS FROM FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES ANTD MONTHS
SEASON 93031.
1930 1931 -
COUNTY & STATION Seot. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. FLar. Apr. May June July Total
ALACIIUA
Island Grove 8 18 23 19 2 1 79
Orange Heights 5 5
TOTAL 8 8 23 23 19 2 1 -
,RPEVARD
Cocoa-Bockledge 13 60 93 112 145 93 75 36 627
Melbourne 2 2
Mims 9 16 49 51 25 8 9 168
Cond. Waybills 37 69 849 94 74 28 20 418
TOTAL 21 106 17 4 296 193 111 65 1215
CITRUS
Floral City 1 -- 1
Inverness 1 1 1 3
TOTAL 1 2 1 .- -4
DADE
Homestead- 1 5 -
DE SOTO
Arcadia 43 72 102 62 202 70 28 61 f 2 649
Brownville 6 5 3 6 35 17 15 87
Ft. Ogden 2 13 1 1 18 19 1 4 3 62
Nocatee 2 3 14 12 63 45 2 5 146
Cond. Waybills 12 14 21 17 44 69 34 32 27 270
"mOTAL 65 107 141 98 362 220 65 117 37 2 1214
ESCAMBIA
Pensacola 1 -1
FLAGLFR
Dupont F 5 - 5
Dupont .
Cond. Waybills 16 4 6 3 -2
TOTAL 5 16 4 3 3 -
EARDEE
Bowling Green 3 7 32 27 57 39 5 20 1 191
Ft. Green 11 1 9 35
Ft. Green Springs 2 2
Gardner 8
Wauchula 5- 54 47 165 151 181 134 28 60 .9 830
Zolfo Springs 6 13 27 25 18 11 4 5 2 112
TOTAL 53 67 244 222 265 184 37 85 12 1179
EERNANDO
Brooksville 12 17 18 5 18 10 13 9 4 106
Istachatta 4 4
Cond. Waybills 2 2 4
TOTAL 14 17 1 5 24 10 13 9 4 114
HIGHILANDS
Avon Park 39 67 47 52 15 145 so 43 13 501
Eicora 3 2 5
Lakemont 13 32 20 15 3 48 39 94 9 273
P_ :b 17 7 23 10 3) 31 16 5 1P
ering A l 2 2 1- I0- 41 19. 34r 1 9
TOTAL 5G 118 75 "103 .34 233 159 184 -2 1012
IHILLSBOROUG1i
Balm 1


Br amdon
Dover
TL.- ----.


- 11 10 -
- 4~ 3- -




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ORA.NGES -- CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS FROM-,1 FLOCRIDA BY COUNTIES AMD MONTHS COUNT.
SESASCN 1930-31
1O -..-.o_. .- 3. 1
,0U EY & SA22IC' Setot. Oct. I;ov.-Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total
IILLSBOP.OUC- (Cont.)
Lutz 20 1 1 22
Plant City 8 96 a68 205 .18 145 88 32 9 869
Seffner 2 3 7 1 3 16
S-ul ':- S rings 31 30 53 1.0 17 10 22 2 175
Tamoa 8 12 37 1.5 17 4 4 9 106
Thonotosassa 4 10 55 24 19 5 4 7- 1 129
Valrico 4 16 17 12 9 13 1.3 5 89
Wima-una 2 1 3
Cond. Waybil1s 5 5
TOTAL- 1 i 43 236 384 188 231 120 96 36 2 1444
NDIAN RIVER
Vero Beach 3 1 7 4 2 1 18
Wabasso 3 1 3 8 9 0 34
Cond. Wbills 10 16 6 7 12 51
TOTAL -. 3 4 1 10 26 1.4 -0 24 1 103
TACKSON
Cond. 7 -7
LAKE
Astatul.a - 5 1] 7
Clermont 3 28 7 10 1.3 25 1.9 116
Eustis 57 1.4 98 123 136 110 48 11 697
Ferndale ] 1 2
Grovela]d 4 8 3 8 2 6 6 37
Fruitla.d Park 1 1
Lady La:e 12 9 5 6 15 4 51
Howey 26 32 11 39 28 40 176
Lake Je 6 1.2 1.7 14 14 9 5 2 79
Leesburg 33 115 87 104 11, 44 36 10 4 544
Mascotte 3 2 6 1 2 3 17
Montverde 24 18 15 2 47 11 11.7
Mt. Dora 1.3 1.4 14 7 30 3 18 33 4 136
Okahurmpka 3 6 3 18 1.4 1 5 o50
Tavares 9 18 13 25 30 32 13 17 5 162
Umatilla 19 56 77 43 91 28 15 6 335
Cond. Waybills 6 12 1 19
TOTAL .202 412 372 393 522 314 193 1.25 13 2546
]EE
Alva 18 33 4 16 22 22 21. 13 49
Ft. Myers 28 31 6 14 35 84 1.3 6 227
Cond. Waybills 13 13
TOTAL 46 64 10 30 57 119. 34 29 389

Bradenton 1 1 8 6 17 5 10 4 -52
Gillett 2 4 5 11 19 27 68
Manatee 7 6 2 11 6 11 12 2 57
Oneco 1 1
Palmetto 27 40 72 69 50 44 14 4 320
Parrish 1 5 9 8 6 12 5 46
Cond. Waybills 1 3 .4
TOTAL 37 52 85 98 97 100 42 31. 6 5148


Citra
Dunnellon


- 6 32 53 -
- 14 -- .. -




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ORANGES -- CA-LOT SHIPMENTS F.ROM.IF(.IDA BY COUNTIES AND MONTHS COIT.

19 0 931
COUNTY & STATION Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan..Feb. Mar. -pr. May Jne July Total
MARION (Cont.)
Lowell 10 13 "11 3
Mclntosh 3 7 15


Ocala 24 28 21 7
Summerfield 6 65 47 10
Weirsdale 96 144 73 103
'Ond. Waybills 1 19 60 78
TOTAL 131 272 249 269
OKEECEOBEE
Okeechobee 1
Cond. Waybills
TOTAL 1
ORANGE


Maitland
Apopka
Ocoee
Orlando


27 16 2 125
S 128
s3 29 6 535
6 164
121 45 8 1 1096


2 2 1


1 2 -
3 2 1 -


- 17 24 31 30 2L 12 1 2 -

- 16 72 38 39 48 46 24 6 -
- 60 151 161 172 209 139 104 10 3 -


7_


141
1
289
1101


Pine Castle 1 1
Plymouth 29 76 66 140 134 46 42 53 '5b
Tildenville 55 100 108 189 33 93 91 90 10 769
Winter Garden 52 176 178 255 191 93 142 131 13 1231
Winter Park 46 89 47 69 129 90 17 2 1 490
Zellwood 8 23 9 18 10 4 2
Cond. Waybills -" 42 53 77 73 82 66 87 14 18 512
TOTAL- 317 749 729 977 869 55 518 404 45 5
CEOLA
Kissimmee 15 48 65 42 11 7 48 23 259
Cond. Waybills 2 1 _
TOTAL -_ 1_ 4 3 7 _42 12 7 484 2 2 262
PASCO
Blanton 19 10 13 3 2 47
Dade City 4 8 24 15 24 22 35 19 151
Elfers 23 32 22 15 7 24 32 37 192
Gulf Pine 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 13
Lacoochee 1 1
Lake Jovita 1 3 3 14 15 4 3 1 44
Cond. Waybills 4 4
TOTAL _- 2 -_ 72 5 60 78 59 1 5
PINELLAS


Clearwater 27 60 36 52 39 77 76 83 10 460
Dunedin 9 18 10 34 21 12 27 131
Largo 3 11 15 34 6 2Z 19 116
Palm Harbor 33 42 35 46 19 31 45 34 21 1 307
Tarpon Springs 2 6 2 2 12
TOTAL 72 131 98 172 87 i48 8 138 31 1 1026
POLK
Alturas 7 1 19 3 25 27 42 61 18 203
Auburndale 69 75 136 113 120 186 206 1S6 35 1126
Babson Park 2 12 1 7 26 40 88


Bartow
Bradley Jct.
Davenport
Dundee
Eagle Lake


- 2 14 32 30 55 17 25 31 -

- 13 36 20 12 22 33 -
- 38 10 24 24 15 28 51 5 16 1
9 9 5 15 .6 8 15 53 -


206
2
137
212
120







ORANGC- -- CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS ROMj FLORIDA2, BY COUNTIES AKD MONTHS CONT.
193AS0 1930-
lq533o 1 ..._ .


COQUTY & STI Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec Jan. Fe Mar. Apr. Ma June Jul Total
POLK (Cont.)
Florence Ville 39 23 57 4Z 72 64 161 129 10 611
Ft. Meade 2 4 25 38 S 8 29 30 144
Frostproof 77 99 91 44 93 183 155 153 55 950
Haines City 50 71 64 69 22 227 143 144 38 828
Ilighlands City. 12 13 31 13 8 20 56 47 3 203
Homeland _- - 14 10 21 21 4 70
Kathleen 3 7 10
LakeAlfred. 10 19 11 34 27 21 41 63 2 228
Lake Hamilton 5 11 19 9 1 19 32 61 29 18b
Lakeland 30 45 72 76 61 57 30 44 12 427
-Lake Wales- 29 52 49 21 18 86 117 122 112 4 610
Lucerne Park 13 11 37 44 54 159
Mountain Lake 1 10 6 1 1 14 12 45
Waverly 14 16 15 12 4 26 29 65 39 220
Mulberry 3 3
West Frostproof 5 6 9 4 4 1 1 30
Winter Haven 6 136 112 119 161 167 239 260 86 1345
Cond. Waybills 16 29 50 55 76 69 90 63 20 71
TOTAL 451 684 86 778 788 1329 1490 1648 595 15 8634


PUTNAM
Crescent City 11 16 49
Interlachen 2
Lake Como 1 5 6
Palatka -
Pomona 9 4 7
Cond. Waybills 3
TOTAL 21 25 67
SARASOTA
Sarasota 9 -
SEMINOLE
Altamonte Springs 2
Amenola 1
Forest City 30 39 3S
Geneva 3 6
Longwood -
Oviedo 15 43 46
Sanford 3 22 29
Cond. Waybills 1 11 31
TOTAL 4q 118 155


PALM BEACH
West Palm Beach 1
ST. JOHNS
Elkton 1
Hastings 12 7
TOTAL 12 8
ST. LUCIE
ft. Pierce 2 4 20 59
-White City 6
Cond. Waybills 1
TOTAL 2 4 20 66


43 S3 132 12 12 1

7 4 -
- 15 8 3 -


51 102 140 12 15 1


359
2
23
26
20
4
_ 1434


1 17 7 -__7_ L__ 17__ 4 83


63 105 65 92 46

1 1 -
31 44 26 3
41 43 14 9 14
24 35 1' 9 2
159 228 12,4 11 62


2
1
478
11
2
208
175
131
1008


2 3


4 10 2 35
4 10 2 -3
4 -l._o 2 6


41 62 49 41 278
4 11 3 9 38
S___ 4 3 16
S2 74 61 53 332


I


' -- ---





.-22,


ORANGES -- CAR-LOT--SFJIPMETS FROM FLORIDA,- BY COUNTIES AN-,MONTHS CONT.
SEAS1ON__9_qll.
1930 1 91 -
-COUNTY & STATION -Sept.. Oct, -iov-r- Dec. J-an.- Feb-. -Mar. AEpr, Moay'.Jue July Total
-SUMTER
Coleman 1 1
Linden 1 -. 1
Oxford .- 1 1
Wildwood 10 23 15 3 3 6 64
Cond. Waybills 1 .1. .- 2
TOTAL 13 25 15 3 3 6 69
UITION ....
Cond. Waybills "'1 "- .- .
VOLUSIA
Beresford 7 16 33 44 100
De Land 27 133 55 76 128 17,6 33 47 48 723
De :Leon Springs 1 10 13 8 9 '2 10 53
Glenwood 4 2 1 10
Lake Helen 3 3
New Smyrna 1 2 5 8 16 8 41
Oak Hill 7 23 48 '5 b 13 24 4 s4
Pierson 13 .9 14 2 25 8 4 109
Seville 6 3 1 7 13 22 2 6 60
Cond. Waybills 1 1
TOTAL 34- 34 15j.l4 12- 2514 328 58 95 60 1284
30AT SHIPMTTS 3 1 128 155 180l 157 115 157 g7 999

GRPU\TD TOTAL s 1789 3464 4118 4377 4732 4515 3463 3392 943 18 30819



TANGEISINE -- CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS FROM FLORIDA, BY COUNTTIES ATD MONTHS
SEASON 1930-31
1930 1931
CCUNTY STATION Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Total
BLEVA-D Cocoa-Rockledge 1 9 1 11
Cond. Waybills 1 2 3
TOTAL 1 1 11 1 14
ALACHUA Island Grove 2 1 4 2 9
Orange Heights 1 1 2
TOTAL 2 2 5 2 11
DE SOTO Arcadi 16 19 7 29 12 83
rown e 1 3 4
"Ft. Ogden 3 3 2 1 9
Nocatee 4 1 1 2 g
Cond. Waybills 1 2 1i 26
T OTAL 25 25 18 5C 12 130
FLAGLER Dupont 1 1 2
Cond. Waybills 1 1 2
TOTAL 1 1 1 1 4
HARDE Wauchula 25 4 9 21 13 72
Zolfo Springs 2 3 4 2 11
S TOTAL 27 7 9 25 .15 83





TANGERINES -- CA-LOT SE-IPMENTS ROM FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES AND MONTHS CONT.
S.. ~SON 1930-31
__.__-:-- ___--1.9.-'-r- -1931__
-71931
COUN.TY STATION ...:-.: --Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr Total
HERNANDO Brooksville L4 24 25 19 23 105
HIGHLANDS Avon Park 15 16 g 15 54
Lakemont 4 5 1 3 13
Lake Placid. 7 4 1 5 17
Sebring 2 3 5 13
TOTAL 28 25 13 26 5 97
HILLSBOROUGH Plant City 4 2 4 2 12
Tampa 7 1 2 10
Thomotosassa 7 2 12 8g 30
Valrico 2 1 1 4
Cond. Waybills 7 7
TOTAL" -. .20 6 g1 11 8 63
INDIAN RIVER Cond. Waybills 1 4 ..- 5
LAKE Clermont 5 8 3 16
Eustis 3 16 4 23
Groveland 1 1
Howey 2 2
Lady Lake 1 1
Lake Jem 4 2 2 -
Leesburg 6 3 7 2 18
Lisbon 4 4
Mascotte 1 1
Montverde 3 2 1 1 7
SMt. Dora 9 13 4 14 1 41
Tavares 4 8 2 14
UmaTtilla 4 9 s 3 4 28
T OTAL_ 38 54 41 26 164
LEE Ft. Myers 1 1
Alva 1 .- 1
TOTAL 2 2
MANATEE Bradenton 2 2
Palmetto 2 3 5
TOTAL 4 3 7
MARION Citra -
Ocala 1 4 2 3 10
Weirsdale 8 8 9 6 1 32
Cond. Waybills 2 8 10
TOTAL 9 14 19 9 1 52
QRANGE Maitland .2 2 -
Ocoee 11 6 6 23
Orlando 35 26 36 1.7 30 144
Plymouth 7 9 16
Tildenville 9 8 2 19
Winter Garden 32 -32 -49 27 7 147
Winter Park 16- -11 7 4 4. 42-
Zellwood 3 2 1 6
SColid. Waybills 57 44 24 -. 125
TOTAL 172 138 127 48 41 526
OSCEOLA. Kissimmee 19 .13. 12 4- 4
PASCO Bade City 1 1 2
Elfers 12 5 12 3 32
Gulf Pines 1 1 2
Lake Jovita 1 1 2
TCTAL 15 6 14 3 38





TANGERIES -- CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS ROM FBP RIDA, 3Y COUNTIES AND MONTHS COUNT.
SEAS_ J9300-31
193._ 1931
COUNTY : STATION Nov. Dec.- Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. .l Total:-.
PINELLAS Clearwater 6 9 10 7 -
L .rgo .. .... 2 2 -, 12"..
.. ,'edin 1 6 7
Palm Harbor .9 1 10
Tarpon Springs 1 1
TOTAL 24 13 12 13 62
POLK Alturas 4 3 2 1 10
Auburidale .. 22 .532. -56 28 5 163
SBabson' Paroi 2 4 2 -
Bartow ... 1 1
Davenport 3 1 4
Dundee 9 5 ..- 1 15
Eagle Lake ....... 4 1 2 15
Florence Villa .. 12 ..37- 1-2. 28 14 103
Fort Meade 1 1
Frostproof. 28- 22 22 18 1 91
Haines City 34 : 31 30 2 10o- 133
Highlands .City 9 11 3 2 25
Kathleen .. 1 .- 1 2
Lake Alfred 10 9 9 2 2 32
Lake Ijamilton 9 6 14 1 30
Lakeland 12 5 11 7 35
Lake Wales.- 10" s 26
Lucerne Park 2 2 4
Waverly 5 12 6 13 2 38
West Frostproof 2 1 3
Winter Haven 35 58 71 32 1 197
Cond. Waybills 16 6 4 29
TOTAL 2.12 -2935 -244 176 39 1 965
PUTNAlM Cresc'ent 'City 1 21 24 24 2 -
Lake Como 3 7 20 3 33
Porronari .. .' -- ..1 ..- -_ 1
TO.L -19 28 44 27 2 120
SEMINOLE Forest City .16 25 9 1 51
Geneva 2 2
Oviedo' o. 10 "23 22 3 58
Sanford... 2 4 8 2 16
Cond. Waybills 2 6 4 7 .19
TOAL ... 32 58 43 13 146
ST. JOHNS HBstiihs 1 2 3
ST. LUCIE Ft. Pierce 2 6 21 18 47
White City 3 9 4. 16
Cond. Waybills 2 2
TOTAL. 2 9 30 24 -65
SUMTER Wildwood.. -
VOLUSIA Bercsford 10 6 7 23
De Land 18 51 36 2 110
Pierson 8 9 28 11 4 70
Seville 18 42 52 23 4 139
TOTAL 44 122 122 43 11 34
BOAT SHIPMENTS 7 11 15 10 1 44 4
GRAND TOTAL. 710 848 823 537 176 2 3096





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GRAP.EMUIT -- CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS EROM FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES AD MONTHS
SEASON 1930-31
1930 1931
COUITY & STATIOI Sent. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug.. Total
ALACHWA
Island .Grove. 3.. 3 1 2 9
Orange Heights - 1 1 2
TOTAL 3 3 1 2 2 11
BREVARD
Cocoa-RQckledge 15 22 15 72 60 116 64 30 394
Mims 4 19 20 17 "23 11 94
Cond. Waybills 6 14.. 29. 47. 46, 46 12 3 203
TOTAL 21 40 63 139, 123 .185 87 33 691
DADE
Gculds 22 5 -, 1 28
Homestead 95 6 1 8 46 3 159
Cond. Waybills 25.. 6. 31
TOTAL 142 17.. 1. 1... -46 3 218
DE SOT
Arcadia 7 25 22 23 32 21 58 40 40 9 277
Brownville 6 4 1 1 23 11 46
Ft. Ogden 4 7.. 16 2 1 3C'
ocatee 1 12 6 14. 5 4 13 55
Cond. Waybills 2 5 6 1 7 5 23 7 64
'TOTAL 9 31 50 41 63 36 6g8 76 71 27 472
FLACLER .R
Cond. Waybills 2 2- 2 - -2
HAPDEE
Bowling Green 1 1
Gerdner 2 4 6
Ona 1 .-- 1
Wauchula 5 26 20 16 18- 11 29" 17 7 1 15
Zolfo Springs 3 22 3 2 4 2 7 6 2 1 32
T: OTAL 8 28 23 18 24 18 37 23 9 2 190
HEaNANDo O
Brooksvillo. 3 6 1 5. 6 19 26 18 3 87
Cond...Waybills 3. 3 5 .. 12
TOTAL 4 6 4 11 19 26 18 3 9
IGHS LANDS
Avon Park 6 71 62 59 109 .*-12 0 .- 80" 129 146 17 SOg
Lakemont 14 28 17 22 30' 13 -31 -43 33 5 236
Lake Placid 2 - 24 28 54
Sebring 12 1 8 9 14 26 3.0 IS 126
TOTAL 32 100 8 9. 153 168 141 214 215 22 122
HILLSBOROUC-H
Brandon 3
Plant City 4 3 14 7 24 22 47 27 13 1 1 163
Seffner 3 2 4 7 10 3 29
Sulphur Springs 3 8 13 3 5 12 7 6 3 6C
Tampa 3 15 3 5 6 9 16 24 12 4 *- 97
Thonotosassa 9 12 ... 5. 3.0 37 44 13 1 11
Valrico .7 .1~' .-3:. :*.*" 11:..26 27 12 20 16
Cond.-Waybills *-.." ". 7 7
TOTAL .' ] "'' 9 2 ] n
: :. :. .. : .
:..."........::..





GRAPEERUIT -- CAR-LOT SHIPMET'S FROM' FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES AND MONTHS COUNT,
SEASON 1930-31
1930 1931 -
COUNTY&. STATION Sept. Oct. Nov,. Dec. Jan. 'Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Total
INDIAN RIVER
Fellsmere -3 3 8 4 12. 6. 4 2 42
Sebastian -. 1 1
Vero Beach "2. 7 11 26 26 4Q 56 17 1 196
Wabasso 2 23 41 38 66 73 68 69 52 7 439
Cond. -Waybills 4 13 19 21 20 38 54 28 197
TOTAL 2. 32 741 76 117. 131 152 183 99 9 875
LAKE
iltoona -' 1 1 2
Clermont 8 12 15 42 5 55 "34 35 5 2 i 209
Eustis 5 13 24 24 31 36 49 29 6 217
Groveland 1 4 5 3 3 17
Howey - 1 105 91 33 11 6 264
Lady Lke 2 5 1. 13 22 10 63
Lake Jem 5 2 ** 7
Leesburg. 7 10 19 11 32 39 41 48 36 11 254.
Mascotte .- 1 .8 1 1 6 2 34
*Montverde .1 4 3 5 4 4 15 36
Mt. Dora 2 5 .4 4 3 1 1 2
Okahumpka 9 .9 3 9 3 33
Tavares 6 .9 17, 15 3 8 1 75
Umatilla 6 11 8 20 12 33 .5 4 109
'Cond;'Waybills- 1 .3 2 6
TOTAL 13 52 100 '116 277 298 242 161 72 14 1 1346
LEE ....
Alva 10 20 7 .5 2 15 15 14 96
Ft. Myers 5 103 39 43 5.5 5.6 61 93 56 9 568
'Cond. Waybills 7 1 -
TOTAL 63 123 7 50 60 58 83 108 70 9 1 672
Mj TATEE. : ..
Bradenton 20 20 17 14 21 2 3 19 15 5 7 1 144
Gillett 37 24 18 6 S 2 1 9
Manat ee ..1 .7 7 .- 2 7 15 16 .- 1 5
'Palmetto 178 214 207 129 88 72 47 22 9 2 96E
Parrish 5 16 3 24
Cond. Waybills .9 17 27 .38 23 .20 39 48 221
TOTAL .. 245 282 281 203 143 98 97 104 40 7 7 2 150
MAR I ON ..
Cura 6 6
Cura 6 6
Ocala 2 1 3
Summerfield 15 F
Weirsdale .- .4 25 ..29 21 .20 27 51 21 2 200
Cond. Waybills 1 1 2
TOTAL 4 28 30 ,.42 .20 27 52 21 2 226


OKT '-': ,i
:'. :: .. obee
R05. ~.
.q,:,ka
lal'tland-.
Ocoee
Orlando
Plymouth
Tildenville


- 7 - 7


2 .: iY.. -
6 : : 5 -
i "9 ~,,':' 20 16 : 1?2. .- 1 -
- 19....'4'" 37 8 94 131 'i4.'..29 2
3 5..':i2 19:::.I-. ::i S: 39 27 .-:.:6 16
- 1'-* 13 8 ::12 ..'':Li 5 37 '-' 3


2
42
- 99
- 579
- 178
- 164




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GRIAPEEUIT.--. CAR-LOT SHIPT TS' FROM FLORIA, BY COUNTIES AND MONTHS COUNT.
SEASEc-- 1 -I Y -
_1930 -_L__ -_ _L. __
COUNTY & STATIOIT Se-t. Oct. Nov-. Dec. Jan, Feb.- Iva. Ap. May June July Aug. Total


ORANGE (Cont.)
Winter Garden
winter Park
Zellwood
Cond. WIybills
TOTAL


- 13 24 3S 66 73 110 56 49 6 435
3 5 10 23 11 3 32 49 14 4 151
- S -1 1 6 9 2 27
- 24 14 12 il 12 7 93
6 117 137 ll44 226 233 401 350 12 31 1773


OSCEOLA
Kissimmee 2 22 20 7 41 41 17 25 34 5 214
Kenan'sville 2 2
TOTAL 2 22 20 7 41 41 17 27 4 5 216
PALM BEACH
W. Palm each 3 3
PASCO
Blanton 2 6 -
Dade City 9 2 10 12 4 13 3 19 4 75
Elfers 9 58 21 39 99 47 36 36 S 353
Gulf Pine 1 3 1 3 4 2 14
Lae Jovit 3 2 3 2 1 5 4 20
TOTAL L9 67 29 52 116 56 60 46 31 : 470
PIITELLAS
Clearwater 42 165 212 215 210 316 259 318 196 60 7 1 2001
Duned in S 9 23 14 13 7 2r 107


Largo
Palm Harbor
.St. Petersburg
Tarpon Snrings
TOTAL


POLK.
Alturas
A -Uurndale
BSbson Park


Bertow
Davenport
Dundee
Eagle Lake
Florence Villa
Ft. Meade
Frostproof
Haines City
Highlands City
Kathleen
Lake Alfred
Lake Hamilton
Lakeland
Lake Wales
Lucerne Park
Mountain Lake
Mulberry
Wavorly
West Frostproof
Winter Haven
Cond. Woybills


- 14 39 '44 4 103 136 17 21 13
17 30 30 58 76 71 57 38 33
- 2 1 3 4 2 6 5 1
- 1 1 3 2 3 2 -
9 212 290 330 357 F10 470 3SS 260 90 10


2 6 6 27 46 24 52 24 21 10
71 91 48 65 52 80 222 210 123 7S
1 15 27 34 41 54 35 37 22 14
- 4 2 9 2- 2 1 2 1 -
6 5 2 12 28 36 14 12
15 26 14 11 .32 23 3S 22 34 1
3 2 3 6 11 12 11 s 9
10 18 17 18 31 10 20 32 41 9
5 3 2 1 4 6 2 -
92- 114 75 49 89 60 102 149 o10 46
s6 115 93 64 125 203 177 191 100 64
- 3 49 23 119 157 112 181 155 69
S- 4 1 -
2 19 10. 5 6 33 59 31
4 15 7 20 32 49 67 44 13
4 17 30 41 110 127 126 66 41 12
32 74 91 38 19S 1i9 152 103 109 31
32 21 44 39 30 40 32 22 4
7 11 7 18 43 43 17 2 -
4- 4 - 1 -
4 16 14 12 36 21 43 66 25
6 6 6 6 iR 6 9 9 -
35 103 140 139 112 186, 313 416 360 78
27 30 53 43 64 91 90 37 14


- 435
4 422
2 26
- 12
7 3


- 215
7 1077
- 230
- 23
11P
- 216
2 72
1 1 20S
- 23
3 537
- 121S
- 92G
- 5
- -, 165
- 251
- 574
3 lo60
- 264
- 149
- 5
7 2 252
2 5 185S
- 455


412 709 730 772 1184 1354 1641 1736 1307 454 25 10382


~---


TOTAL




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GRAPERUIT .- CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS ESOM FLORID, BY COUNTIES AND MONTHS COUNT.
SEASON- OTl
___1930 1931 __
COUNTY & STATION Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. pr. May .June July Aug. Total
PUTNAM
Crescent City 2 9 1 4 4 13 3 2 38
Palatka -- 1 6 7
Pomona 1 1 2
Lake Como 1 1
-Cond. Waybills - 1 -... 1
*TOTAL *- 3 9 1 6 12 13 3 2 9
SARASOTA
Sarasota 4 12 5 10 17 56
SEMINOLE
Forest (ity 8 2 10 21 55 26 21 173
Geneva 1 1
Oviedo 3 1 2 3 7 2 2 20
Sanford 5 1 1 1 7 3S 16 1 70
Cond.. Wayvbils 5 5 4 1 1 2 18
TOTAL. 21 10 17 26 70 94 41 3 282
ST. JOIENTS
Hastings 1 1 2
ST. LUCIE
Ft. Pierce 3 4 36 55 61 66 74 96 106 7 508
White City 2 17 27 25 24 32 43 9 1 -. 10
Cond. Waybills 1 1 11 3 9 7 28 19 18 2 99
TOTAL 4 7 64 85 95 97 134 158 133 10 77
SUMTjE
Wildwood 3 1 1 4 10 19
VOLUSIA
Beresford 3 1 4
De Land 1 6 11 2 23 3 46
New Smyrna 3 5 8 7 4 8 35
Oak Hill 5 10 12 15 10 14 1 67
Pierson 2 4 6
Seville 4 2 1 10
TOTAL 4 10 16 26 36 22 46 8 168
BOAT SHIPMENTS 20 36 73 8 113 170 91 77 25 653

GRAND TOTAL 1036 1921 2159 2224 3233 3560 4207 4140 2814 725 44 18 26081




MIXED CITRUS -- CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS FROM FLCOIDA, 3Y COUNTIES AND MONTHS
S1iSON 1930-31
1930 1931
COUNTY & STATION Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jur.e July Total
ALACHUA
Island Grove _- 8 4 2 14 4 1 33
BREV`RD
Cocoa-Rockledge 12 48 60 82 60 36. 40 37 375
.Eau Gallie 6 3 10 10 5 42
.Melbourne 2 2
Minis 5 9 7 7 5 4 50
*Cond. Waybills 3 12 17 11 5 1 49
TOTAL 12 54 93 113 86 58 56 46 18






MIXED CITRUS -- CAR-LOT SPIPLMNTS FROLl FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES AND MONTHS CONT.
SEASO:C 1930-31
1930 1931
COUNTY & STATION Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Ma. Apr. .p, May June July Total
CITRUS
Floral City 2 .1 1 4
Inverness 5 2 17
TOTAL 7 4 2 21
DADE
Princeton 1 1
DE SOTO
Arcadia 26 72 132 68 103 85 9 10 4 509
Brownville 1 6 1 6 1 15
Ft. Ogden 5 7 4 20 36
Nocatee 1 3 8 22 47 12 5 2 100
Cond. Waybills 5 23 25 22 18 18 30 2 2 145
TOTAL 33 109 172 117 194 115 44 15 6 05
FLAGLER
Dupont 1 2 3
Cond. Waybills 9 9
TOTAL 1 2 12
K-RDEE
Bowling Green 9 17 22 45 14 1 109
Ft. Green 1 11
Ft. Green Springs 4 4
Gardner 5 3 1 9
Limestone 3 3
Ona 2 2 4
Wauchula 17 48 92 55 74 17 2 6 1 312
Zolfo Springs 6 3 10 13 14 7 6 1 60
TOTAL 23 50 127 107 139 38 10 6 2 512
HERNANDO
Brooksville 2 9 20 16 12 10 1 3 73
Istachatta 1 1
Cond. Waybills 3 2 5
TOTAL 2 9 20 19 15 10 1 3 79


HIGHLANDS
Avon Park 11 34 44 37 17
Hicora 2 3
Lakemont 10 1 11 22 7
Lake Placid 4 1 5
Sebring 1 6 11 14 11
Cond. Waybills -
TOTAL 22 58 67 80 38
HIILLSCOROUGH .
Brandon 22 3 2
Lutz -
Plant City 37 142 274 115 84
Seffner 5 5 7 10
Sulphur Springs 1 8 23 30. 6 13
Tampa 3 19 .18 17 8
Thonotosassa 11 2 41 31 4
Valrico 4 7 5. 4 .1
Cond. Waybills 1 2 3
TOTAL 63 198 397 185 125


13 11

7 8
6 10
12 5


179
6
91
29
73
2


37 3 34 6 380

1 28
1 1
26 16 4. 698
3 1 32
4 i 87
7 4 -.. 76
1 1 2.. 93
8 2 3. 34
- 5 11
51 30 10 .. 1060




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MIXED CITRUS -- CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS FROM FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES AND. MONTHS CONT.
SEASOI 1930-31
S. 1930- -1931
COUNTY & STATION Seit. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.r. pr. May June July Total


INDIAIN RIVER
Fellsmere
Sebastian.
V.ero Seach
Wabasso
C' Cnd." Waybills
TOTAL ..


LAKE
Altoona
Clermont..
Eustis
Ferndale
Gr oveland
Howey
Lady Lake
Fruitland Park
Lake Jem
Leesburg
Lisbon
Mascotte
Montverdc
Mt. Dora
Okahumpka
Tavares
Umatilla
Cond. Waybills
TOTAL


- 1 3 7 3 2 2 -

- 9 7 35 35 18 31 19
- 2 9 17 44 40 21 14 37
- 4 6 11- 12 3 7
- 2 23 33 97 92 44 47 63


- 4 3 1 -
- 1 .21 34 34 26 12
.9 23 .39 48 52 28
9 6 -
- 3 3 4 2 1
- 13 5 5 9
- 'l 22 16 "19 o 7

- 1 1 3 6 3 -
- 9 22 42 39 40 27

- 3 1 6 2 3
- 1 1 8 9 s 5
2 6 5 11 50 21
S 9 9 9 16 5
5 17 26 24 15
29 50 47 23 19
- 1 9 7 1
40 15 2P3 280 260 153


- 401


- S
12 3 143
13 3 215
- 15
2 15
7 5 44
- 87

3 17
13 9 3 204

1 l 17
- 32
4 1 100
1 4 53
1 1 g9
10 3 182
- 1 15
7 7 27 7 1238


LEE
Alva 5 3 3 13 9 5 3 41
Ft. Myers 5 19 4 12 27 15 9 8 -99
TOTAL 5 24 7 15 40 '24 14 11 140
MANATEE
Bradenton 2 6 5 5 5 6 2 2 2 1 36
Gillett 7 6 2 3 2 20
Manatee 2 4 9 10 1 2 1 29
Palmetto 1 16 18 30 14 12 3 4 1 99
Parrish 4 7 5 14 7 5 2 44
Cond. Waybills 5 8 13
TOTALL 1 18 37 (2 26 45 35 12 15 3 1 241
MAR I ON
Citra 2 3 5
Dunnellon 2 2
Lowell 1 1
Ocala 2 1 3 2 1 1 10
Ocklawaha 2
Orange Lake 1 1
Sparr- 11 11
Summerfield 2 1 -
Weirsdale 3 20 7 15 22 13 3 i 84
Cond. Waybills 10 16 2 1 29
TOTAL 5 21 3S 37 28 13 5 1 1489
OKEECHOBEE ,
Okeechobee 1 1 1 2 8


-




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MIXED CITRUS -- CAR-LOT SHIPMENTS FROM FLORIDA, 3Y COUNTIES AND MONTHS CONT.
SEASON 1930-31
O- 1930. 1931
COUNTY & STAlT.ION Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Liar. AJpr. May June July Total


ORANGE
Apopka
Linitland
Ocoee
Orlando
Plymouth
Tildenville
Winter Garden
Winter Park
Zellwood
Cond. Wrybills
TOTAL


- 8 11 5 8 3 -
- 20 28 36 32 6. 1 2
- 27 31 22 15. 8 6 3
1 9 20 97 147 148 92 51 17
- 2 4 10 14 24 15 2 3
5 18 28 39 46 17. 18 12
14 67 111 110 l6. 34 26 24
1 19 15 20 26.. 18 11 2
- 15 22 25 13 3 1
6 11 36 15 20 11 5 -
1 45 201 386 439 44R 209 12s 64


35
125
120
583
74
184
504
113
79
104
1921


OSCEOLA
Kenansville 3 3
Iissimncc 4 10 13 7 7 1 1 2 45
St. Cloud 1 1 2
Cond. Woybills -.. -4 1 -5
TOAL 4 10 16 7 12 3 1 2 55
PALM BEACH
W. Palm Beach -. 1 1
PASCO
Blanton 1 7 11 10 3 2 2 36
Dade City 2 4 0 6 19 5 3 4 51
Elfers 7 19 33 20 9 28 13 12 141
Gulf Pine 1 3 1 1 2 7 1 1 17
Lke Jovita 1 9 9 3 11 3 36
TOTAL 11 36 5- 41 51 43 22 19 281


PINELLAS
Clearwater
Dunedin
Largo
Palm Harbor
St. Petersburg
Tarpon Springs
TOTAL -


POLK
Alturs.s
Auburndal e
Babson Park
Bartow
Bradley Junction
Davenport
Dundee
Eagle L.ae
Florence Villa
Ft. Meado
Frostproof
Haines City
Highlands City
Homeland
Kathleen
Lake Alfred
Lake Hamilton


- 23 54 87 58 74 36 83 31
2 5 2 10 1 2 -
- 2 5 26 13 S 9 3 2
1 4 20 37 29 21 9 13 2
- 1 1 4 5 2
- 4 1 1 2 6 -
1 32 91 153 112 109 66 101 37


- 2 1 10 15 12 9 4 1
- 22 27 63 31. 43 40 16 14
S 1 S 6 1 2 5 -
- 4 22 14 10 1 3 1

2 13 13 17 3 1 1 -
- 13 6 22 18 13 17 7 3
6 5 4 7 7 7 2 4
10 18 22 47 18 14 8 18
4 17 47 38 21 7 6 5
1 46 48 86 52 48 40 27 26
- 24 66 62 70 29 64 26 9
- 6 28 48 42 19 10 17 13
S 2 11 4 -
. 1 1- -
S 2 12 16 5 3 17 23 9
- 1 4 3 5 2 7 10 8


44s
22
73
136
13
14
706


56
264
31
55
1
50
100
42
167
145
380
356
186
17
2
87
43


--


-i ..




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MIXED CITRUS -- CAR-LOT SHIPMEITS E OMF6 T.LORI ,'_; .C'' S. CmmT.D.J. MONTHS CONT-.
SASON 193-3 1.
1930 .- 1031 .. ......
COUNTY & STATION Sept. Oct. N6v'. Dee,-Jn ..Ie....Mar'.,Ar, May June July- Total.
POLK (Cont.).
Lakeland .. 9 41 79 56 79 26 2.s 22 5 345
Lake Wales. 20 28 27 27- 31 46- 15 24 24 242
Lucerne Pak 2 3 S 3 1. 11 .5 1 34
Mountain Lake 5 9 2 5 3 1 25
Mulberry .. 4 .4.
Waverly 15 19 17 16 16 14 7 10 3 117
West Frostnroof 2 4 22 4 3 3 1 39
Winter Havon 30 71 105 99 66 59 47 47 14 557
Cond. Waybills 2 33 16 13 12 29 44 22 171
TOTAL 1 219 461 707 584 .47 6. 425 305 251 86 2 3517
PUTNAM
Crescent City 3 16 32 40 48 15 2 1 157
Georgetown 1 -- 1
Interlachen 1 1 7
o n s 7 21 .7 11 -4
.: 1. ..I 1
Pomona 4 4 - .- -
Welaka .. 2
Cond. Wnybills 2 1 3
TOTAL 3 2 61 52 62 ..15 --2 1 224
Sarasota
Sarasota.. 1 3 1 1 6
Venice 1 3 2 6
TOTAL ... 1 1 3 3 12
SEMINOLE
Altamonte Springs 2 2
Chuluota 1 1
Forest City 2 20 31 36 11 7 9 3 121
Geneva 1 2 -. 3
Longood -. 1
Oviedo .- 2 28 44 41 40 20 2 1 178
Sanford ...- 5 7 7 4 25
Cond. Waybills 3 6 19 45 1 3 1 -
TOTAL- 7 60 104 134 .72 30 12 4 4 427
ST. LUCIE
Ft. Pierce 1 24 39 49 44 35 21 22 4 239
Thite City 4 4 7 11 7 8 2 43
Cond. Waybills 1 10 4 4 23 15 11 11 10 105
TOTAL .. 2 38 67 79 70 53 4 34 4 387
SUIMTER
Center Hill.. 4 3 7
Linden 1 1
Oxford 2 1 3
Wildwood 10 12 2 .. 24
TOTAL .-15 12 2 35
VOLUSIA
Beresford 7 4 9 2 22
De. Land 3 18 50 32 20 16 4 2 200
Do Leon. Springs 14 1 12 8 2 2 54
Glenwood 1 1 -. -. 1 -
New Smyrna 4 S 5. 2.. 3 1 1 -2
Oak Hill 6 10 10 4 11 7 10 1 -5
Pierson 8 23 20.. 14 13. 3 8
Seville 14 1 3 7 8 2 35
TOTAL- 3 50 114 113 81 65 31 1 3 47








MIXED CITRUS


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-- CAR-LOT SHIPl ,NTS T RO FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES AND MONTHS COUNT.
S.-,- ,0-3


1930 19i1
COUNTY & STATION Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Total
PICK UP CeRS 10 407 14s 209 169 85 15 1043

GRAND TOTAL 5 561 1737 3350 2S25 2682 1662 1052 679 126 5 14684


CITRUS EXPORTS AND TABLE OF 'WEEKLY LIVERPOOL AUCTION PRICES

There has been a marked increase in the per'capita consumption of oranges
and grapefruit.in the European importing countries, particularly Great Britain.
Taking grapefruit for an example; the per capital consumption in'1920 was estimated
at .035 pounds. 3y 1929 this figure had increased to 1.329 pounds. In the United
States the per capital consumption was estimated at 4.12 pounds in 1920 and 6.79 in
1929.

One of the more important developments in-foreigh trade circles is the
proportionately large increase in South African citrus exports. Imports of
South African grapefruit into Great Britain during the period from January to
August, 1929 was 29,920 boxes, compared to 51,480 'for the same period in 1930.
The feature of the 1930 summer orange season (May-November) in the United
Kingdom was the importation of 1,734,000 boxes of South African oranges, which
is double the former record,. while imports from South America, Brazil and
Argentina amounted to 552,000 boxes, as against 469,000 during the previous
season.

The accomparxing table includes a wide range of grapefruit sizes, from
54's to 150'sand in some instances as small as 200 size. There was such a
wide range in.sizes and; i. ma.ny instances one size would have three quotations
for best, medium and low quality fruit, that space does not permit quotations
on all sizes and quality.. The entire range on fruit from the various countries
is given. Small sizes were in good demand and sold for substantial premiums.

Detailed United States exports of oranges,'grapefruit and lemons to the
various countries by months are shown in tables immediately following the
Liverpool auction prices.








LIVERPOOL AUCTION PRICES GRAPEFRUIT 1930-31 SEASON, BY COUNTRIES
As cabled by the Fruit Speciali-st in Europe- for the foreignn Agricultural Service


ISLE
DATE FLORIDA PORTO RICO OF PINES J.AI CA CUBA JAFFA

$ $ $ $$ $$


Sept. 10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11

25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29


6.81-7.30
6.08-6.81
4.62-5.60
3.89-4.38
3.89-4.38
3.65-4.38
3.65-4.62
3.65-4.14
3.41-4.26
3.s9-4.74'
3.89-4.26
2.92-3.65
2.92-3.41
aboutt. 2,86
3.35-3.83.


6.57-7.06
6.33-6.57
4. 62-5.35
'3.77-4.50
3.89-4.50
2.43-4,38
3.53-4.14
3.16-3.41


4.99-5.47
4.62-4.87
3.S9-4.38
3.65-4.08

3.53-4.01

3.16-3.71
3.53-4. 14
3.16-3.28

2.43-2.68
2.92-3.35
2.92-3.16


6.57-7.30
4.87-5.11
4.3s-4.99
4.01-4.62


5.11-5.23

3.41-4.14
.3.41-3.65
3.10-4.01
.3,16-4. ol
,2 .6-3.41
,3.04-3.41
,about 2.92
S-uppli

2.98-3.89
2. 69.89

.2.68-3.77
,2.80-3.89
.1.95-3.16
3.04-4.68
.2,80-3.89


.2.86-6.33
,4.87-5.72
,2.92-5.35
,3.16-4.99
,3.41-4.38
4.44-4.74


No report





.
-

-


3.35-3.41


3.89-4.38
3.16-3.53
3.16-3.83
3.41-3.77
4.26-4.62
4.44-4.87
4.38-4.87
4.14-4.26


3.16-3.28
3.77-4.14


3.77-4.26
3.10-4.20
3.16-4.87
3.89-5.11

2.68-5.35
2.68-5.23
2.80-5.47
4.62-5.72
3.28-5.11
2.43-4.38
3.04-4.99
3.28-4.50


3.65-3.89




2.19-2.92
2.43-2.80
2.43-3,16


-





-




.62- .86


- 2.43-3.53
- 2.86-3.53


2.80-4.08
3.89-4.14


3.89-4,44
3.41-4.62 3.16-4.87

*3.87-5.11
-4 3.89
3.47-511 -
2.92~,87' -


exceed demand, market slower


-





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UNITED STATES ORANGE ALXORTS BY COUNTRIES. JULY 1.1930 to DEC. 31.1930 (Inc)

Country to which exported (July August |September October iTovemberlDecember
Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes
Belgium _2
Denmark 5
France 50 2
Germany 20 9
Norway -
Sweden 9 --
Portiu .--i 440 -.
Switzorl..nd 23
United Kingdom .147 2 75g .1.57 21391
Canada 129769 142039 107790 67667 14S8171 32S982
British Honduras 2 -
Guatemala 3 2 39 2 3
Nicaragua -
Panomna 1.00 302 202 4 62 287
Mexico 571 510 521 402 388 656
Newfoundland & Labrador 634 632 462 805 12 3 2006
Bermadas 163 .SS 111 97 43 67
Other British W. Indies 44 102 70 93 27 135
Cuba 3 8 7 8 j16 39
Dominican Republic 646
Dutch West Indies 178 366 25 345 365
Virgin Is. of U. S. 4 2 9 8 2 5
Argentina 3 1794
Colombia 193 194 165 157 49 111
Peru 25 -
Venezuela 185 21.0 210 5 263 297
British. India 1.25 300 55 21 4b 26
British Mialaya 41.50 912 552 614 736 945
Ceylon 1I5 113 136 96 96 63
China 1.579 1536 1664 562 238 633
Java & iAdura 56 65 46 40 317 41.
Other Dutch E. Indies 23 28 28 13 -
French Indo China 30 50 55 65 60 64
Hong Kong 939 586 102. 408 250 482
Japan 261 194 273 426 29 447
Kwantung 61. 10 0 -
Philippine Isl.,nds 3121. 3222 2427 32C5 21.34 4450
British Oceania 3 34 10 51 4 41
New Zeaolrd 280 3 4 6 31.8 9645

Others 25 5 1 -
TOTAL 1,44269 151682 116929 75177 157505 373042
Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bareiu of Foreign & Domestic Com :crce
TOTAL UNITED STATES ORA3GE EXPORTS July 1,1.930 to June 30,1931 3,9 725 boxes




-36-


UNITED STAToS-ORAhi GE EXPORTS-3Y COUNTRIES... IT, 191 to JUTE p0.: ~19 (Inc).',

Country to which exported J.nutrxy IPebruary I Mrxch April Mly I June


SBoxos Boxes


Boxes Boxcs


Boxes Boxes


Bclg.ium
Denmark
Frrince
Germmny
Ncthorl -nds
Norw.ay
Sweden
Portugal
Unit ed Kingdom
C anada
British Hondures
Guct.emr.l a
Nicparpn
P nmojnlm
Mexico
Miquclon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundlanld & Labrador
Bormaudc.s
Other British W. Indies
Cuba.
Do.minic c.a Rcpublic
Dutch West Indies
Virgin Is. of U. S.
French West Indies
Argentina
Colombia
Peru
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Java & Madura
Other Dutch E. Indies
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
British Oceania
New Zealand


1 .
1,001.




29648
254100
3-
4
6
251
284

586
39
343
21.
3/-2
362
11.0

746
82
-~ 3
1.03

454
50
41.0
6

5
242
363

2558
1.4
7229


4
6





43.3.48
2711.33
2


21,2
21.2

968
180
606
53

257
78


53

1.02
58
2.088
1.6
582
3.76

1.0
224
4s6

4.729
19
8448


7500
205
1285
576
446
56350
3j84.06
2

1.
41.0
207
31
1.435
551.
742
25

407
255
1.05
20
74
50
92

1205
1.06
2025
206

1.0
968
336
1.0
46o6
38
7555


2650

2.2245
8362
3250
1.6099
35
89756
428643
8

1.
355
1.95

2276
351
46o
1.]

657
86
20

49
225
363
350
3184
1.06
3241.
11.0
210
1.237
985
250
:5029
23
3095


280
550
8203
39001
27171.
14403
32255

300950
365365
28


31.0
1,24
1.1
2322
1.43
491.
22


73
7


158o
4260
77526
440o.
5800
385

125905
241.1.22
26


282
158
23
1686
1,50
221.
5
125
364
71
7


51. 1..8

1.44 1.22
1.60 475
1.302 2043
98 231
4492 6500
256 206
2
70 220
2204 3079
734 322
320 565
6289 8261
32 26
.1458 620


2 30i 2.765


TOTAL
Cormoiled from official record


299021. 330850 476723 579722 791269 487539
'ds of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce


Others


- "-- --- ---- --' 1~- 1300 1765 ---







UNITED STATES-GRAPEFRUIT EXPORTS-BY COUNTRIES, JULY 1. 1930 bo DEC_. J 1930 (inc)

Country to which exported jJulIy I August i Scptrl.bur i Octobcr ];'v-i:.lrD'cccmb-r


Bel.gium
Czechosl ov-akia
Denmark
France
Germany
Irish Free Strate
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Swi t z crl ,nd
United Kingdom
Canada
Guant cmal a
Panexna
Mexico
Newfoundl..nd & Labrador
Bermradas
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Dutch West Indies
Virgin Is. of U. S.
Argent ina
Bol.ivia
Chile
Colombia
Peru
Venezuela
British India
British Mal. ya
Ceylon
China
Java & Mr.dura
Other Dutch E. Indies
French Indo China
Hong Konge
J apan
Philip ine Islands
Australia
British Oceania
New Zeoaland


Boxes




309


Boxes
50

50
1.
20


3 50
S60
2

25244 1.0342
1.0965 .0443
C-i
2
1.00 325
49 72
450 1.70
56 23
23 20

125 220
2 7


20
7 7
1.0
1.77 21.8
1.1.5 31.2
337 306
6S 72
41.1 63
1.9 32
2 5
10
59 65
65 48
1.84 1115

1. 3
21.2 1.50


Others


39158 23269.


42921


55319


Boxes
50


297
286


82


25854
14283

1.00
29
249
4
6

203
13

40
300
4
20
1.20
1.37
267
S1.
31.2
16
2
1.0
32
57
248

2
1.95

20


the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Cormmerce


Boxes
50

70
605
640

100
205


27696
2441.4


43
249
32
1.7

60
8
24s
5

2
4
152
15
214
20
29
6
2
5
27
37
272


65

103703 90905


Boxes
5
2
41
13 62
2593

1.07
407
5DO

65397
65397
29409

100
31
163
6


765

1.300
-O
10




19
235
27
146
275


6s
47
290
300
1.0
540


Boxes
1.69
2
90.
724
271.7
6
91.6
61.1.
201.
67
43466
37910

72
203
227
40
22

60
1.
856


2
10
134
1.2
270
23
1.42
20

1.
61
64
35S
550
1.8
615


TOTAL


I--- -- -- ~---- --'--'----~


- ----I -- -------"`------`-'-------------I-`-----


Compiled from official records of







UNITED STATES GRAPEFRUIT REPORTS BY.COUNTRIES, JAN.- 1.,3.9 to JUNE 30,1.93.(Inc)

Country to which exported Januaryl Febru'aryl March April I May IJune

Boxes .Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes
Belgium 36 187 202 1.04 469
Denmark 48 224 116 188 320 486
France 273 81.8 645 467 562 1.490
Germany .1913 1065 2798 2962 3890 3622
Netherl]ands 62. 661 547 1.013 667
Norway 290 .375 92. 941 550 565
Sweden 65 26 9 1.8 160o 150
Switzerland 2 -
United Kingdom 71831 39286 80335 106188 107329 137655
Canoda 38143 46257 63525 52594 49221 30854
-Guat emaa 2 -
Nicara.'gua 2 1 3 -
Panama 2 209 210 429 163
Mexico .. 2 2 8 1.2 17 11
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is. 1 5
Newfoundl.nd & Labrador 144 1.79 202 207 393 470
Bermudas 29 33 65 42 49 37
Other British W. Indies 51 124 85 11. 2 12
Dutch West Indies 1.53 60 165 16o 66 141
Virgin Is. of U. S. 10 1 9 20
Argentina 159 -
Chile 5 5
Colombia 158
Peru 15 10 10 25
Venezuela 104 1.26 137 66 1.62 278
British India 7 213 95 260
British Mi-lyoa 226 190 444 164 233 261
Ceylon 1.3 5 28 43 58 72
China 45 22 84 21.3 262 47
Java & Madura 7 S 5 41
Other Dutch E. Indies 1 -
Hong Kong 20 18 30 101. 68 97
Japan 49 70 1.87 90 119 290
Kwantung 5 30 15
Philippino Islands 237 350 190 143 263 174
Australia 270 50 -
British Oceania 9 .1 1.3 1 .2 2
New Zooland 385 236 230 2S5 320 260

Others 2 472 35 8

TOTAL 124854 89779 1.51.334 166555 1,65769 17g885
Compiled. from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commcrce
TOTAL UNITED STATES GRAPEFRUIT EXPORTS July 1,1930 to June 30,1931,1.,222,451 .boxes.






UNITED .STATES LEMON EXPORTS COUNTRIES. JULY 2. 930 to D3C. 1, 1-93 (Inc.)


Country to which exported 1 July


France
United Kingdom
Canada
Honduras
Costa Rica
Guaatemal a
Nicaragua
Panwena
Mexico
Newfoundl dand & Labrador
Bermtda.s
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Dutch West Indies
Colombia
Venezuela
British India
British Ma.laya
Ceylon
China
Java & Madura
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Janan
Kwantung
Phil.i--oine Isl nds
New Zeal.nd


Boxes


8605
"5


1,
320
3
4
35
7
5
1.

3
234'
5
944

5
166
1204

304
822


AIa~ I3~C;t


Boxes
152
- 2
o1093
~r

2
390
305
6
19
15
1.1.
17

2
3
112.

897
15
1.5
229

25
330
-375


Others 95
TOTAL 12669 15384


September Octoberl November| December


Boxes

31.7
13717
4



4
231
42
2
14
5
1.0


3
100
5
494
20
1.0
233
1:649
77
361.


Boxes Boxes .


15669
S. 6



i -
.207
2
S33
.9 .
-14
7 2.


8
71.

679

10
137
1,440
50
S-757
.262


23683
3
2


102
257
22
3
2
. .1.4
15


4
68

.268s
1.5
5
82
983
28
448
.788


Boxes

600
11.808
4

1
1.
237
286
37
3
20
28
8
3


123
1.0
344
15
5
95
1.361

576
2096


17298 1957 26692 17652


Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau
TOTAL UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF LEMONS, July 1,1.930


Foreign & Domestic Conmerce
June 30,1931, 267,655 boxes


-il--------





0-
UNITED STATES LEION EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES, JAN. 1, 1931 to


Country to which exported

Belgium ................
Denmark -..... ............
France . .. .............
Germany ..... ..............
Netherlands .............
Norway ................. .
Sweden .,.*............
Spain ........... ....
Switzerland ............
United Kingdoim ..........
Canada ...................
Honduras ...............
Costa Rica ..............
Guatemala ...............
Nicaragua ...............
Panama .................
Mexico .................
Miquelon & St.Pierre Is..
Newfoundland & Labrador .
Bermudas ................
Other British 7. Indies .
Cuba ....................
Dutch West Indies .......
French 7. Indies ........
Virgin Is. of U.S. ......
Argentina ...............
Bolivia .................
Brazil ..................
Chile ... ... ..........
Colombia ................
Peru ......... ........ .
Venezuela ...............
British India ...........
British Maleya ..........
Ceylon ..................
China .................
Java & Madura ...........
Other Dutch E. Indies ..
French Indo China .......
Hong Kong ...............
Japan ................. ..
Kwantung ................
Philippine Islands ......
Australia ...............
British Oceania .........
French Oceania ..........
New Zealand .............


Jan..
Boxes





240



600
12,768
5


205
90

1.4
24
48
45
18











39

273
14


95
1,436

452



1,155


JUNE 30, 1931 (Inc.')


1


L


I Feb. !
Boxes











14,446
3

1

91
1:38

55
24
72
59;







5



44

449
17
-
















12g
2,413
60
1,073

1

1,102


Others 2)0 1

TOTAL ....... 17,521 20,181 22,035 34,253 32,128 3 2,487

Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Coxmnerce.


'
i .. i


1March
o:-e 3










225
16,702
3



446
109
1
17
41
62
22
20



















23
699



1,115


A-ril











26,693
4




95

17
25
4s
676
21










58

1,330
14

20
272
2,564
115
633



1,305


May


*- 5








26,619
3



224
5


63

2S

53
309
16









5
18
74

913
30


305
1,432
70
840



1,110


June
-S










28,127
6



225
100

31
21
23

24








2
3
141
3
953
30


438
1,0o4
72
720

3
360
120





UNITED STATES: Exports of Grapefruit to Principal Countries, 1923-1930
As Released in "Foreign Crops & Markets"
..._.. C__lcnd r _y___n__ Crs----- ----
Country : 1923 : 1924 : 192 : 1926 : 1927 : 1928 : 1929 : 1930

: oxes : Boxes : Boxes : Boxes : Eoxes : Boxes : Boxes : Boxes
United Kingdom .....: 1,193; 47,701:141,300:157,580:420,644:385,175:570100,102:5,90
Germany ............: 5 2: 622: 4,028: 3,268: ,526: 6,233: 10,557: 11,230
France .............: 404: 1,044: 2,947: 3,445: 4,294: 3,394: 4,785: 5,413
Netherlands ........: 47: 569: 406: 461: 1,741: 1,399: 3,298: 2,543
Norway .............: 132: 210: 334: 594: 1,673: 1,104: 1,632: 2,848
Sweden ............: 176: 221: 138: 620: 3,030: 309: 515: 1,045
Belgium ............: 66: 32: 32: 18: 131: 2: 419: 380
Denmark ............: 16: 10: 68: 668: 477: 1: 1,316: 1,212
Other Europe .......: 66: 90: 118: 115: 286: 9: 146: 242
Total Europe .....: 16,152: 50,499:149,371:166, 89:44,802:397,714:592,770:545,603
Canada .............:255,18:2249,097:283,190:228,430:300,788:259,762:354,797:310,667
Newfoundland & Lab. : 1,755: 3,405: 3,579: 2,862: 2,523: 2.199: 2,513: 2,886
Argentina ..........: 129: 100: 831: 489: 998: 1,071: 1,665: 3,910
Venezuela ..........: 42: 200: 736: 1,113: 2,225: 2,647: 3,236: 2,232
Brit.Malaya. & Ceylon: 40: 181: 543: 918: 2,443: 3,012: 3,585: 3,544
China & Hong Kong ..: 1,721: 2,378: 2,705: 2,517: 2,063: 2,203: 2,561: 2,252
Japan ..............: 783: 6'--8: 133: 577: 578: 586: 875: 813
Philippine Islands .: 1,919: 1,339: 1,51: 1,074: 1,412: 1,619: 1,910: 2,304
Australia ..........: 35: 753: 335: 1,344: 2,549: 930: 2,096: 2,992
New Zealand ........: 911: 529: -: 1,560: 4,58S: 2,534: 4,356: 3,921
Other Countries ....: 2737: 3,454: 3,9 07; 3,409: 4,15.: 5,152: 5,50: 7,724
Total 231, 406:312,583:)446,881:441,162:765,128: 679,479:976,264:838,8 48
Compiled from Commerce and Navigation of the United States 1923-1929 and from
official records of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, 1930.


GRAPEFRUIT: Production in principal countries, crop years 1925-26 to 1930-31
As released in "Foreign Crops & Markets"

Country : 1925-26 : 1926-27 : 1927-28 : 1928-29 : 1929-30 : 1930-31
:1,000 : 1,000 : 1,000 : 1,000 : 1,000 : 1,000
: Boxes : Boxes : Boxes : Boxes : Boxes : Boxes
United States ...: 8,191 : 8,866 : 8,586 : 12,455 : 10,71 : a/ 15.153
Parto Rico b/ ...: 809 : 692 : 892 : 215 : 978 : d/ 1,000
Isle Of Pines /.: 220 : 285 : 100 : 160 :c/ 205 : c/ 230
Jamaica / ......: 56 : 78 : 79 : 90 : 106: 95
South Africa b..: 24 : 37 : 32 : 60 : 104 : 100
Palestine b.....: : 2 : 9 : 17 : 57
Production in Southern Hemisphere for calendar years included with preceding crop
year for Northern Hemisphere, i.e., South African production in 1929 is included
with the United States production for 1927-28. The marketing season for most
Northern Hemisphere citrus products starts between September and December, while
in the Southern Hemisphere the season usually starts between May and July.
a/ Preliminary.
/ Exports. Production figures not available.
c/ Cuban exports 1929.
d. Estimate.






-42-


UNITED STATES CITRUS


EXPERTS BY CUST01. DISTRICTS, JULY 1, 1930 to JTUN. 30, 1931.


Custom Dist4rict


Main & New. ',arashire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island .
St. Lawrence
Buffalo
New York
Phila.delphi a
Maryland
Virginia
South Carolina.
Georgia
Florida.
Mobile;
New Orleans
Galveston
San Antonio
21, Paso
San Diego
Arizona
Los Angeles
San Francisco'
Oregon
Washington
Alaska
Miontana ? Idaho
Dakota
Duluth and Supc-rior
l.Michigan
Ohio
Porto Rico
Hawaii


S OANATGES
Boxes

27,816
2,625
.13,059
167
31,152
72,889
.60,901

300
90


18,253.

278

61
68
3,651
408
984,495
88,008
1
350,032
153
327,733
206,373
13,315
1,778,546

3,283


LE.i10TS
Boxes


- G~RAPFUIT
Boxes

10,512
11,479
2,645
15
59,959
111,175
388,605

622
51

595
228,899

112
2,425
27
10
331
113
116,785
8,601

25,825
62
5,171
57,715
7,289
90,912

92,435


71 81 s


TOTAL 3,983,728 1,222,451 267,655


2,505
3
899
899

. .2,586
3,402
2,773

. . 10
3


976

. . .... 302.

* 38
54
1,867
142
29,034
46,432

34,990
29
28,721
2,831
367
83,688


1




-43-
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA rITRUS 930-31& &392S-20 SEASONS

The following tabulations show the distribution of over 67,000 cars of
Florida oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, and mixed citrus for the 1930-31 season.
The office was open approximately six weeks longer than in any previous season
and destinations of a greater percentage of the crop were available. The next
largest number of cars on which destinations were secured in previous seasons
was in 1928-29 when distribution was secured on 53,765 cars.

Florida citrus is shipped from the Atlantic coast to the Pacific and from
the Gulf to Canada. Practically every state in the Union received Florida citrus.
Taking oranges for an example: They were shipped to 39 states, District of
Columbia, and Canada. New York State alone used 8,046 cars of the total of
28,387. In mixed citrus there were even more States represented, L44 in all.
Grapefruit had the widest distribution of all, being shipped to 46 States, Dis-
trict of Columbia and Canada, not mentioning the exports to foreign countries.
30 States received straight cars of tangerines.

In comparing the current season's distribution with that of the past few
years, there are several outstanding features. First, the number of cars to the
Middlewest showed a decided increase. There was a wider distribution this year
than for any previous one. Even when the Ilrger cro-p is traen into consideration,
the proportion of cars goihg to the West was much larger than ordinarily. As
examples Michigan received 8o4 cars of Florida oranges compoXed to 315 in
1.928-29; Ohio 2,047 compared to 1,339 and Iowa 150 this year as against 12 two
years ago. The distribution of two years ago, or 1928-29, is used for comnpari-
son because there were no restrictions of shipments on account of the Mliediter-
rancan Fruit Fly as wure present a yerr ago. Then too, up to the present year,
1928-29 mas the largest crop and on a better cormparative basis as to volume.
Another noticeable factor wrs the decreasing number of cars destined to the
Southeastern States, particularly those bordering or nearest to Florida. Georgia
received 694 cars of oranges this year as against 983 two years ago. AIabn'Ia
530 to 867 and North Carolina 534 to 819. The Southeast is probably not using
loss citrus but there was a larger cprcentage moving i-to this district by truck.
There wero more smaller towns using straight cars of grapefruit, in addition to
many receiving their first cer of citrus this season. The percentage of mixed
cars is increasing.

In comparing the distribution data w-ith total shipments for the season,
it will be noted that shipments were considerably more. This is due to a number
of reasons. First, the distribution was secured on cars only when this office
was in operation. Approximately 1,000 cars were shipped before the office was
opened and a larger numberwes moved after the closing date. Destinations were
not secured on express movement, which -r.s approximately 1,000 cars for the
season. This express movement was made up of small-lots, I.cl., express ship-
ments, consolidated into solid cars and destined to various cities rd towns.
The approximPate 67,000 cars on which destinations were received is ;-orc than
the total of the "East", "West", and "South" segregations published in the daily
citrus report. The reason for this difference is that the "East", "West", and
"South" does not include the boat movement, but destinrtions of boat shi-pments
are included in the distribution total.

The passing through the Florida gateways, Po.tomac Yards, and Cincinnati,
corrected by diversions at Savannah Atl'-it,", and Cincinnati, form the basis for
the destination figures. There are a few minor diversion points for which figures
are not obtained. The most i-mportant of these have been designated in the tabu-
lations to distinguish them from other points. This destination; information gives
a fairly good picture of the distribution during the period the Winter Haven






Office. was in operatio,-namely'.October 1,19301to May 23,1951, compared to Nov-
ember 13,192G,to May 25,1929. It should be kept in mind that diversions accomplish-
ed beyond Potomac Yards and Cincinnati and those beyond the Florida gateways and
unloaded this side of Potomac Yards and Cincinnati are not shown.


1
1
ALABAMA
Alabama City
Albertville
Andalusia
Anniston
Atmore
#Birmingham
Boaz
Carrolton
Clanton
Clayton
Cullman
Decatur
Demopolis
Dothan
Ensley
Eufaula
Florence
Gadsden
Guntersville
Haleyville
Huntsville
Jasper
Mobile
#Montgomery
Opelika
Ozark
Roanoke
Russellville
Rutherford
Selma
Sheffield
Sylacauga
Talladega
Tuscaloosa
Total
ARKANSAS
Arkansas City
Batesville
Blythevill e
El Dorado
Ft. Smith
Jonesboro
Little Rock
T exarkona
Van Buren
Total
CANADA
Belleville
Brandon
;rantford
urllington


DI S
930-
.931




10
1
303




2
1
2
2
1


7


5

92
S3
3




2
3


1


1
2

30


2


9

357

1
1
57

1l
1l


TRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 19Q31 g20-9-29 SEASONS
1a0' ORANGES S


1929

2
1
1
32

386
1
1
1
1
3
5
3

14

1
1
1
7
3
201
135
3
1

1
1
1
9
2
1

1



1
2

11

1


20


CANADA(CONT'D)
Calgary
Edmonton
Gue loh
Halifax
Hamilton
Kingston
London
Montreal
North Bay
Ottawa
Quebe c
St.Catherines
She rb rookie
Simcoe
Toronto
Winnipeg
Total
COLORADO
Denver
Pueblo
Total
COIIECTICUT
Bridgeport
Danbury
Groton
Hartford
Manchester
New Haven
New London
Norwalk
Norwich
South Norwalk
Stamford
Water rbury
Willimantic
Total
DELAAREP,
Wilmiingt on
DIST.0 COLUMBIA
Washington
FLORIDA
Baldwin
Brooksville
Chipley
#Jacksonville
Marianna
Pensacola
River Junction
Tallahassee
Total


9Y30- ,1926-
1931 1929
GEORGIA
1 Adrian
2 Albany
1 Americus
2 2 Athens
1 Atlanta
1
1 1 Augusta
38 39 Bainbridge
4 Blake ly
5 3 Bowersville
1 2 Brunswick
1 Carrollton
2 2 Cartersville
8 5 Cedartown
61 30 Columbus
1 Cordele
Tl 90 Cornelia
4 Dalton
2 Dublin
2
-- Eastman
East Point
s8 68 #Everett
2 Forsyth
1 Gainesville
180 220 Griffin
8 #Industry Yards
1841 181 Jesup
18 26 La Grange
2 1 Lula
8 9 Macon
15 Marie tta
24 29 Milledgeville
1 1 Monroe
5- Montezuma
522 553 Nwnan
Newnoan
Rome
51 15 Rossville
Royston
702 536 Statesboro
#Thalmann
SThomasville
i Tifton
1 Toccoa
41 68 Valdosta
4 Van-Buren
7 14 Waycross
1 Woodland
2 9 Total
50 101


1930 -
1931


6

7
550
27



2

6
1
14 .
2
1
1
2

1
17

1


1

24
1

1
1
2.



16







1
l

w-


1928-
1929

1
13
7
29
639
49
2
1
1

2
1
4
13
4
1
3
2
1

50

4
8
6
4
7
1
43

1
2

1
31
1
1
1
33
1
5
2
3
1
2
2
9583


w




-45.
fi hRITjriON OF FLOR:IBA: ITR.S 193P-1 & 19& -29 SEASONS


1930- 192g-
1931 1932


ILLINOIS
Eloomington 6
Cairo 1
Centralia 3
Champaign 2
Chicago 12'5
Christopher 1
Danville 25
Decatur 23
Dixon 2
East St.Louis 12
Eldorado 1
Fr ankfort 1
Galesburg 2
Granite City 3
Herrin I1
Joliet 4
Kankakee 4
La Salle 2
Lincoln 1
Marion 1
Mattoon
Metropolis
Moline 1
Monmouth 1
Mt. Vernon 1
Oak Park 1
Peoria 21
Quincy 11
Robinson 6
Rockford 1S
Rock Island 2
Springfield 18
Streator 2
Waukegon 1
West Franmford -
Total 1459

INDIAINTA
Anderson 2
'Agos 1
Bedford
Bloomington 7
Columbus 2
Danville -
Elkhart 4
Elwood -


4
2
5
16
1012

15
17

1




7

5

1

1


1


11
5
1

10

2
lO





5


1
1139


3

1
1

1
1
2


T-E C.1930TT,.
1930-


INIDIANiA C OlTT.
Ev.nnsville
Ft. Wayne
Francfor t
Goshien
G- Grc.ensburg
Hmutington
Indianapolis
Jasper
Xentland
Xendalville
Kokomo
La Fayette
Logansport
Marrion
iuIncie'
New Alboany
Richmond
SSeymour
Shelbyville
South Bend
Terre Haute
Vincennes
Washington
Total

IOWA
*Burlington
Carroll
Cedar Fells
Cedar Rapids
Centerville
Clinton
Council Bluffs
Creston
Davenport
Des iciines
DuIbuqiue
Es therville
Ft. Dodge
Iowa-City
Iowa Falls
i!ar shall town
Mason City
Oskalo osa
O.ttumwa
Shenandoah
Sioux City
'Water lo o
Total


162
79

1
1

12
494
1
3
2
9
1
4

3

2
2
3
30
26
5
1



2
3
1
11

12

12

4
49
5
1
2
1
1
1

5

15
11
15
is
150


1923-.


112
3


23-j

230














7


392
1

1
/-
0
2
1

2
16
7
8S

392


1




1


2







5





12


KANSAS
Atchi son
Charnute
Coffeyville
Beloit
Enterprise
It. Scott
Hutchinson
Lawrence
Pittsburg
Salina
Topeka
Wichita
Total

KE:TUCKY
Ashland
Eaxter
Berea
Bowling Green
Central City
Corbin
Covington
DanVille
Frankfior t
Fulton
Georgetown
Glasgow
Earlan
Eenderson
Eodgesville
Hopkinsville
Lexington
Lothair
Louisville
Hayvfield
Middlesboro
Iurr ay
Newport
Owensboro
Paduc ah/
Pikeville
Shclboyville
Somerset
Vest Frankford
Total

LOUIS IAEA
Alexandria
Baton Rouge
Lafeayette
Lake Charles


1930-
1951


2
2
1
2

2
4
1l
6
1
7
_-
37









7



1
-)


2








1

4
1




24







3
2
10
1-

3






24
5
2


19~3


2

1

7





9
1
1


1
1
13

2
4
2

2

1
1
1
1
3


1
102

5014
2
304

6
1

17
17




501



22
3




.RIA CITRUS 1930-31 192-29 SEASONS
nr B STI=B@EI,.6O-:F.iOEIDA CITRUS .3930-31 .& 1928-29 SEASONS


1930-

LOUISIANTA COUNT.
Monroo 21
New Orleans 305
Opelousas -
Rayville 1
Ruston -
Shreveport 12
Slidell -
Total 370

MAINE
Auburn 2
Bangor 2
Lewiston 1
Portland 3
Rockland 2
Waterville 4
Total 94

MARYLA.ND
Baltimore 996
Cumberland .15
Frederick 2
Gwynnos Sun 6
Gwynnebrooak 1
Hagerstown 12
Marlboro 1
Mt6Lake Park -
Total 1035


*MASSACUJSETTS
Bedford
Boston
Brockton
Cambridge
Concord.
Fall Rivor
Fitchburg
Fr-ami nghar
Greenfield
Haverhi 1
Lowell
Lynn
Maiden
New Bedford
Newton
North Adaiis
Pittsfield
Somerville
Springfield
Watiippa
Worcester
S Total


16o0i
2


7
5
1

3
1
4
1
12




102


1777


192g-
1929

17-
2 S8
2
; 1

20
"* 1
1


1


71
1





1173




12





12
1192.



150l4
1
-5 u
3

15
3

1


5

3
1
4
18

135


1703


CEA2IGiS CO'T.
*. ... 1930-
1931
MICEIGAN
Adrian 2
Ann Arbor 4
Alpona 1
.Battle Creek 2
:Bay City 2
Bent on Harbor 1
3 Bessemer I1
Cadillac 2
SCassapolis -
cCrystal Falls 1
*Detroit 572
Flint 24
Frankf or t i
Grand Rapids 118
Hillsdale 2
Houghton 9
Iron Mt. 5
Ironwood 6
*Ishpeming 10
Jackson 22
XIlamazoo 9
Lansing 44
Ludington 2
*M4arquette I1
.1Iason .1
iiani steel
Mc Gee
Monroe 1
u.Sskegon .7
Teg tcee 2
O* W0S3so 4
Port Huron -
Saginav 2
South Ha ven 4'
*Three Rivers. 1
Traverse City 1
Total S4


II"_.SOTA
SDuluth
Hollanlale
_L.inneapolis
:linn. Transfer
SMorehead
Rochester
St. Cloud
*Sleepy Z-e
St. Paul
Winona
Total


8

35
'1
2

1
1

53


1928-
1929






2.
I-
..2

6

-







1
-I

1

















1
257
2















1




.3
2







.7







1

1
1
2
.1









19
1



2
15






1




-1
19


MISSISSIPPI
Belzoni
Dolton
Brookhaven
Canton
Cary
Clarksdale
Columbus
*Corinth
Crystal Spgs.
Drew
Durant
Greenville
Greenwood
Grenada
Gulfp or t
H1attiesburg
-iaz ellhurst
Holly Springs
Indianola
Jackson
Kosciusko
Laurel
liagee
I'c Comb
meridiann
Natchez
New Albany
Oxford
Philadelphia
Fort Gibson
Tuup elo
Tutwiler
Vicksburg
rest Point
Yazoo City
Total

MISSOUR I
Cape Jirardeau.
Coluo i a
Grant City
Hrnnribal
Jefferson City
Joplin
Kansas City
Loui siarna
Ferryville
Sedalia
Springfield
St. Joseph
St. Louis


1930-




3
1


6



1
3





3





2
15











.-10
2






1
3

















1
-















1
1
1




















2.
1
-
2 15

2

1




1



1
10


.r ,-
1
1 '


1928-


2
1
5
-4

1

1


23
12
2

1



40

6


20
1



1
1
1
4
2
1
14g




-47-
JIS.T _sioi-O OF FLOrRIDA CIR':US 1930-31 &


193 C-
1930
IISSOURI COI-T.
Sikeston 1
Total 351

MONT4ATA
Billings 2
Bozeman 1
Great Falls -
Total 3

TTEERASTCA
Be1nkrelrman 1
Fairbury 4
Falls City 1
Hastings 1
Lincoln 25
Nebraskla City 1
Omaha 26
York
Total 52

NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park 1
Atlantic City 1
Bayonne
Carteret 1
Clifton 1
Claremont -
Elizabeth 1
Franklin
Glassboro
Jersey City 1
Metuchen 1
Morristown 1
Montclair 2
Newark 89
Orange 1
Paterson 31
Phillipsb~rg 3
Plainfield
Trenton 2
#Waverly 89
Total 228

NEW IAMP SHIRE
Berlin
Concord
Keene
Manchester 18
Nashua
Total 18


1928-
1929


299




2
2






1

5
--

6



1
1
2

2

1
2


4

143



2
3

161


1
3
2
11
2
19


CRANES COUNT.
1930-
1931


NEW YORK
Albany
Amsterdam
Auburn
Binghamton
Buffalo
Catskill
Clifton
Cortland
Elmira
Endicott
Evergreen
Fresh Pond
Garden City
Geneva
Glens Falls
Groton
Hilton
Hornell
Janestoown
Jochnson City
Ithaca
Kingston
Laevi ew
Liberty
Little Falls
Long Island City
Lock- ort
Mana~oneck
Lasp e th
It. Vornon
I'Newiburgh
New York City 6~
Niagara Falls
Norwich
Ogdensburg
Olean
Oneonta
Oswego
Penn Yan
Plattsburg
Port Morris
Poughkeepsi e
Rochester
Rome
Salamanca
Saranac Lake
Schenect dy
Syracuse
Tonawanda
Troy
Utica


13


5
30



3



6
1





1












89










L7



3
L2


3


1928-
1929


'1 107
1 .
2
51 45
)9 202
1
2
2 1
p0 23
4 9
15
4
'3 8
.0 2
5 4
1
1
1 1
2
.6 6
2
2 1
15
2
2
6
3
1
7
2
1
7 5808
2 1
2
3 -
2 2
8 10
1
- 1
1
8S
- 2
3 90
1
- 1
4
8 21
5 108
1 1
9 4
3 38


ITEW YORK CONIT.
cat ertown
Waterville
Westfield
White Plaines
Yonkers
Total

NORTH CAROLINA
Albormnrle
Ape: -
Asheboro
Ashville
Biltmore
Burlington
Cary
Cameron
Charlotte
Concord
Durham
Elizabeth City
Elkin
Fayetteville
Forest City
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greansboro
Greenville
Hamlet
H:nderson
Hendcer sonville
Hi ckory
Higi Point
Hollarnd
Kcnna oli s
Kolford
Xins ton
Lourinburg
Loecsville
Lenoir
Lexington
Lincolnton
Lumberton
MAdison
LMocksville
Monroe
Mooresville
MLurphy
Newbern
Onkboro
Oxford
SRaleigh


1930-
1931

2r

1


804L6


1
1







135
2
26
1
1
21
2
19
22
80

2


10
1

1
2
1
22






-rJ







2
1
1
2





1


1




2


41


1928-
1929

17
1

1
1
557S


2

1
68
2
6

2
193

31
4

30
1
24
30
112
10
5
7
1
10
2

1

9
1
1
1
1
2
4

1
10
1
1
1
1
2
48


_ _______


192S-29 SEASONS






IS~RIBUTIOI OF FLORIDA CITUS 1930-31 &


1930-
1931
NORTH CAROLINTA COTT.
Ridgeway
Rockinghua 1
Rocky Mt.. 25
Salisbury 17
Sanford 11
Shelby 2
Smithfield
Southern Pines -
Spruce Pine -
Statesville 2
Thomasville 1
Wadesboro 1
Washington 1
Weldon 5
Williamston -
Wilmington 11
Wilson 5
Winston Salem 26
Total 534


NORTH DAKOTA
Bismarck
Devils Laice
Grand Forks
Jamestownv
Total

OHIO
Ai'on
Ashland
Athens
Barnesville
Bellefontaine
Bowling Green
Canton
Carrollt.on
Chillico'ahe
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Clyde
Coluimbus
Coshocton
Dayton
Defiance
Delawa're
Dennison
Findlay.
Fostoria
Gallipolis
Franklin
Greenville


62
1
i
10

2
10
1
4


-.s
248
1
1 1
1
2

2

1

1


1928-
1929

-9
1
32
27
15
s
1
1
1
5

1
1
5
.1
14.
7
73.
S19
819


10

5
2

I-
6

1
5`3
438
1
121

74
1
1
1

2

1


ORANGES.CCTT.
1930-
1931


OHIO CONTT.
Green Springs
Hamilton
Ironton
Lancaster
Lima
London
Mansfield
Marietta
Marime e
Massillon
Liari on
iarysville
Miami sburg
iidddleport
Middletown
L:ontpelier
Mt. Vernon
Newark
Newcomerstown
Painesville
Plymouth
Portsmouth
St. Mary's
.Sa.ndusiy
Sidney
Springfield
Steubenvillo
Toledo
Tiffon
Troy
oo st er
Xonia
Youngst own
Paul ding
Van Wort
Zanesville
Total

OKLAHOl iA
Chi ckasha
Maidc
Oklahoma City
Ponca City
Shawnee
Tulsa
Total

PFTSYLVArIA
Allentown -
Altoona
Sethl ehem


3
11
2
3
3
1
2
10
1

3
1


1
1
1
2
1
1


1
1
2
3






1
87




50








37







42
15
37

1


1928-




2
ll
1


11

3



1











1



14
25.








1


1






2
17.










5
S4

-2













17


--


1928-29 SEASOIS


1930- 1928-
1291 1929
PEUNSYLVANIA CCIT.
Bellefonte 1 1
Bradford 1
Carlisle 13 7
Chamnbersburg 2 3
Clarion 1
Clearfield 1 -
Connellsville 1
Dillsbur 2 -
Du Bois 1 1
Erie 3 1
arr i sburg 9
Eazelton 23 31
Indi an 3
Johnstown 31 1
Kane 3 1
Kittaning 1
Lancaster 2 4
Lansdale 1 -
Lansford 1
Lebanon 1
Lehighton -
Lockhaven 6
i..c Keesport 3 -
Ieadville 1
Mechaiiicsburg 2
M'iiddletown 5
i Ito o 9
koravia 2
Lit. Crxmel 5 10
Oil City 7 4
P.erkasie 2 3
Philadolphia 2922 2914
Pittsburgh' 782 785
Pottstown 2 2
Pottsville 2 2
Punrxs.utawney 1
Reading 38 20
P.ichland 1 -
Ri dgn.y 1
St. y's 2
Sc:.-.at on '14 141
Sh uaokin 11 5
Shornadoah 7 5
Sta-te College 2
"Su.-ilerville 1 -
S.bu-l y 18 10
yrone : 5 5.
Uniontown 12
SWeyrnesboro .. 1
Wilkes Barre 105 61
"Tilliamsport 4 44




S-49-
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITMUS 1930-31 &


1928-29 SEASONS


1

?ENNSYLVANIA (C
York
Total

LHODE ISLAND
Newport
Olneyville
... Pawtucket
Providence
Total

SOUTH CAROLINA
Allendale
Abbeville
Anderson
Batesburg
Belton
Bennettsvill
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
Conway
Darlington
Dillon
#Florence
Garnett
Greenville
Greenwood
Greer
Hartsville
.Lake City
Laurens
Marion
Mullins
Orangeburg
Rock Hill
Spartanburg
Sumt er
Union
Yemassee
Total

SOUTH DAKOTA
Aberdeen
Mitchell
Sioux Falls
Rapid City
Total

TENNESSEE
Algood
Bristol


-930- 1928-
1ont. 2
;ont.)


1339



4

2
277


1

7
1


144
3
59

7
1


63





2

15

27
1
9

260


11
4332


1

1
2711
273



1
11
-
1
.1
60
4.
132
2
1

267
1
75
9
'1
2
2
1
1
35

65
13
6
4
679g


ORANGES CONT.
1930- 192S-
1931 192
TENNESSEE (Cont.)
Brownsville 1 1
Bruceton 1 -
Chattanooga 213 333
Clarksville 1 9
Cleveland 1 1
Columbia 5 3
Cookeville 2 2
Dayton 1
Dixon 1
Dyersburg 2 3
Fayetteville 1
Gallatin 1
Harriman 3
Jackson 7 15
Johnson City 5 16
Kingsport 1
Knoxville 73 114
Lawronceburg 1
Lebanon 1 2
Lewisburg 4 1
Martin 1 3
Mc Kenzie 2 2
Mc Minnville 1 1
Memphis 225 245
Milan 1 -
Morristown 37 2
Murfreesboro 2 1
Nashville 296 354
Paris 1 -
SShelbyville 1
Trenton 1 -
T-.llahoma .1
Sparta '- 1
Union City 2
Total 903 1142


TEXAS
Amarillo
Austin
Beaumont
Dallas
Cisco
El Paso
Ft. Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Sherman
Waco
Wichita Falls
Total


3

14
41


1

5
1


112


VERMONT
Barre
Burlington
Rut land
St. Johnsbury
White River Jct.
Total

VIRGINIA
Alexandria
Bristol
@Charlottesvillc
Covington
Culpepper
Danville
Fredericksburg
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Machipongo
Mar ion
Newport News
Nor iolk
,#Petersburg
Pinners Point
Portsmouth
Pulaski
Richmond
Roanoke
Shenandoah
@Shi-man
SoutKI. Boston
St,-;, nton
Suffolk
Winchester
Total

WEST VIRGINIA
Beckley
Bluefield
Charleston
Clarksburg
Fairmont
Huntington
Keyser
Mabscott
Martinsburg
Montgomery
Morgantown
Moundsville
Mullens
Parkersburg
Pi edmont


1930-


1
12

1
12
26


1
4
50


21
3
11
2g
3
1
13
160

4
4
14 0
4so
77

27

15


910


1
16.
s7


5s

1


3
2'

16
7


1928-
1929-

1
11
2
1
2i
26


2

10
1
1
1I

6
39



169
384


3
366
66
2

1
15
2
__j
1090
logo



14
50
4
3
30
2
1
5



1
11
2


L_ L





-50-
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1930-31 &


WEST VIRGINIA
Princeton
Welch
Wheeling
Williamson
Total


1930-
1931


21
4
207


1928-
1929

1
6
12
2
I4?


CHANGES COFT.
1930-
1931
WISCONSIN
Appleton 1
Appleton Jct. 5
.Beloit 2
Eau Clair 2
Fondulac 4
Green Bay 5


1929-






1


q192-2q SEASONS


WISCOTSIN (Cont.)
Janesville
La Crosse
Madison
Milwaukee
Racine
Wausau
Total


GRAND TOTAL ORANGES 1930-31 SEASON 28,3S7
192-29 26,106
**************** **************.******************************** *************** *****


1930-

ALABAMA
Anniston 4
#Birmingham 159
Decatur
Dothan 1
Gadsden
Mobile 25
Montgomery 29
Selma 7
Total 218

ARKANSAS
Arkansas City -
Ft. Smith 6
Holdridge
Little Rock 44
Texarkana
Total 50

CANADA
Brantford
Calgary 19
Edmonton 15
Fernie 1
Guelph S
Hamilton 3
Kingston 4
London 13
Montreal 92
Moose Jaw 1
North Bay 10
Ottawa 43
Quebec 13
Regina 16
St. Catherines 34


1928-
1929

1
123
1

3
S36
69
-1-
234


1
5
1
22
2
31


6
14
11
7

11
2
6
79
1
.4
.19
.10
15
1


GRAPEFRUIT
1930--1923-
1931 1929


CANADA (Cont.)
St. Johns
Saskatoon
Simcoe
Toronto
Vancouver
Winnipeg
Total

COLORADO
Colorado Sp'gs.
Denver
Grand Junction
Pueblo
Trinidad
Total

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford
Manchester
New Haven
New Britain
New London
Norwalk
Norwich
Stamford
South Norwalk.
Waterbury
Willimantic
Total


3
9
8
194
Is
189
40
544


4
164
9
5

185


i54
122

105
1
6
2

3

11
1
313


DELAWARE
@Wilmington
Total


DIST. OF COLUMBIA
2 Washington.
9 Total

154 FLORIDA
23 Baldwin
S Brooksville
2 Jacksonville
Pensacola
St. Petersburg
7 Total
114
5 GEORGIA
12 Albany
4' Atlanta
T-2 Augusta
#Everett
Gainesville
46 #Industry Yds.
104 #Inman Yards
1 Jesup
112 La Grange
Macon
6 Rome
#Thalmann
1 Tocoa
Total
3
S IDAHO
Boise
281 Idaho Falls
Lewis ton
Pocatello
5 Sweetwater
5 Twin Falls
Total


1930- 1928-


1931 1929


452
452



1
294
1

296



166
.2
46
1

4
2

10
3
13
1
248


272
272


2

473
4
2
481


1
201
5
42

1
1
4
4
9
7
50

325


192S-
1929


1
2
35


1930-
1931

1
3
4
55
1
1
84


___ -- ~ ------------


.






DIS~LIBLTTIO OFFOIAC~U 3-31&19g2IASN


GRAF EERUIT CONTINUED


1930- 1928-
1931 1929


ILLINOIS
Alton
Bloomington 10
Cairo
Canton 1
Centralia 1
Champaign 19
Chicago 1701
Danville 17
Decatur 24
De Kalb 1
Dixon 3
East St.Louisl21
El Dorado 1
Elgin 1
Galesburg 8
Hammond 1
Herrin 3
Kewanee
Kankakee 1
La Salle
Macon 1
Mattoon
Monmouth 3
Ottawa 7
Peoria 85
Quincy 11
Rockford 14
Rock Island 4
Springfield 29
Streator
Total 2067


INDIANA
Anderson
Angola
Bloomington
Elkhart
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Goshen
Greensbury
Huntington
Indianapolis
Kokomo
La Fayette
Logansport
Marion
Muncie
South Bend
Terre Haute


3

46
120
1

4
376
6
8
13
5
2
63
24


1
12
1


8
1262
15
27

5
9


6


3

3

5
3

39
12
11
4
15
4



1
1
2
2
33
49
1
2
1
201
3
5
6

5
31
16


I~DIANA (Cont.)
Vincennes
Total

IOWA
Ames
Burlington
Cedar Rapids
Clinton
Council Bluffs
Creston
Davenport
Des Moines
Dubuque
Estherville
Ft. Dodge
Iowa Falls
Marshalltown
Mason City
Nevwt on
Ottumwa
Shenandoah
Sioux City
Snencer
Waterloo
Total

KANSAS
Beloit
Chanute
Coffeyville
Dodge City
Emporia
Ft. Scott
Hays
Hutchinson
Independence
Newton
Pittsburg
Salina
Topeka
Wichita
Winfield
Total

KENTUCKY
Ashland
Corbin
Covington
Henderson
Hopkinsville


1930-
1931

1
672



20
35
1
4
1
39
82
7
2
7
2
11
9
1
4
1
32

22
2g80


1
2
9
1
1
1
1
21

1
6
9
26
38

117


1

1
1
1


192g-
1929


359


1
12
13
.7
3

30
31
9

6

3
12

3

35
4
10
172




2
4
2
1

17
3

2
9
8
27
2
77



1


KENTUCKY CONT.
Junction City
Lexington
Louisville
Owensboro
Paducah
Total

LOUISIANA
Baton Rouge
Lafayette
Lake Charles
Monroe
New Orleans
Shreveport
Total

MAINE
Auburn
Bangor
Lewiston
Portland
Rockland
Waterville
Total

ARYL TAND
Baltimore
Cumberland
Hagerstown
Gwynn's Run
Total

MASSACHUSETTS
Bedford
Boston
Brockton
Concord
Dorchester
Fall River
Fitchburg
Haverhill
Medford
New Bedford
Newton
North Adams
Pittsfield
Salem
Springfield
Watuppa
Worcester
Total


1930-
1931

2
98
226
1
8
339


2
2
1
8
117
11
141


2


65
S
75


489
1






972

2

3

1

1
1
2
3

96


108


1929-
1928-



23
134
3
4
165



2
2
87
14
105



4
1
70
2

77


436

1
4-3


1
749
1

2

3

1

1
3
2
1
90
1
.8
8o3


..5 1-
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CIT-.US 1I30-31 &


1928-29 SEASONS





'. 52-
DISTRIBUTION OF FLCIDA.CITRUS 1930-3 & j192g-20 SEASONS


1930-
1931
MICHIGAN
Ann Arbor 4
Battle Creek 8
Bay City 6
Cadillac 1
Decatur 1
Detroit 787
Flint 81
Grand Rapids 173
Houghton 1
Ishpoming 11
Jackson 5
Kalamazoo 16
Lansing 49
Manistee -
Menominee
Muskegon 11
Negaunee 1
Owosso 4
Petoskey 2
Pontiac 1
Port Huron 4
Saginaw 7
Sault St.Marie 4
TraverSe City 1
Total 1178


*MINNESOTA
Austin
Duluth
Mankato
Marshall
Minneapolis
Minn. Transfer
NeW Ulm
Rochester
St' Cloud
St. Paul
Willmar
Winona
"Total

MISSISSIPPI
Durant
Greenville
Greenwood
-Gulfport
Jadkson
Mc Comb
Meridian
Natchez
Tupelo


2
23
15
5
221

1
4
4
91
1
1
368



2

1
6
1
3
2
1


1928-
1929


13 .
7


622
36
116

5
1
18
Is
24
1
1





1
5


-51



7
3
1
133
4


-4
51


206


1
3.-
2
1
10

1

2


GRLAPFRUIT CON'TINU'ED
1930- 192s-
11l1929
MISSISSIPPI (Cont.)
Yazoo City 2 -


Total


MISSOURI
Carrollton
Hannibal
Jefferson City
Joplin
Kansas City
Moberly
Sedalia
Springfield
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Sikeston
Total

MONTANA
Billings
Bozeman
Butte
Great Falls
Havre
Helena
Livingston
Miles City
Missoula
TTotal

NEBRASKA
Grand Island
Fairbury
Falls City
Hastings
Holdrege
Lincoln "
SNorth Platte
Omaha
Scotts Bluff
Total

NEVADA
Reno
Total

NEW JERSEY
Asbury PFrk
Morristown
Neiark
Orange
Paterson


21 20


1
3

14
230
2
12
26
15


7
1
10
244


9
17


1930-
1931


-NEW JERSEY (Cont.)
Phillipsburg
Trenton
#Waverly
Total


NEW HAMPSHIRE
Manchester
.Total

NEW 'MEXICO
Albuquerque
Total


403 271 NEW YORK
1 Albany
697 559 Am's t erdam
Auburn
Binghamton
13 10 Black Rock
1 Buffalo
9 22 Cortland
12 7 Elmira
2 Endicott
1 Evergreen
3 Fonda
2 2 Fresh Pond
1 2 Garden City
43 44- Geneva
Glens Falls
Jamestown
11 7 Johnson City
1 Kingston
1 Lake View
5 4 Liberty'
1 Lockport
27 27 Maspeth
1 2 Mt. Vernon
90 104 New York City
_3 4 Niagara Falls
139 149 Norwich
Ogdensburg
Olcan
2 3 Oneonta
2 J Plattsburg
Port Morris
Rome
1 Rochestor


1
70
6


Saratoga Springs
Schencctady
Spenccrport
Syracuse


250


37
1
377
2
23
1

1

22
11
3
1

I



11

4708
*6
3
.5
4-,
4



152

39.
1
134


192S-
1929


S- .-2
1

92 79


1 -
1 -


_3 2
3 2


122
1
3
22
1
227

21

21

3
5
6
1
4
1

18
1
1


3535
4


3
7
2
13
1
124





-53-
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS '1930-31 &


1928-29 SEASCNS


1930-
1931
NEW YORK (Cont.)
Troy 13
Utica 31
Watertown 25
Watervillo 2
Watervliet
White Plains 1
Total 5865

NORTH CAROLIiA
Asheville 18
Biltmore -
Burlington 2
Charlotte 40
Durham 7
Fayetteville 4
Gastonia 2
Goldsboro
Greensboro 30
Greenville
Hamlet
Hickory
Monroe
Newbern 1
Raleigh 14
Rocky Mt. 7
Salisbury
Sanford
Lbelby
Warrenton -
Washington -
Wilmington 1
Wilson 1
Winston Salem__
Total 130

NORTH DAKOTA
Bismarck 2
Lickinson 1
Fargo 9
Grand Forks 7
Minot 1
Total 20

OHIO
.Akron 33
Barnesville -
Bellefontaine 7
BowlingGreen 2
Cambridge 3
Canton 33
Cincinnati 465


1928-
1929

4
44
25
2
2

4373


7
1

56
5
2
3
4
36
1
2
1
1

9
5
1
2
1
1
1
2





4

2
2
2
10


31
1
1


23
272


*GR.APTRUIT COiTNTINUED
1930- 1928-
g3 1929
OHIO (Cont.)
Cleveland 573 421
Columbus 330 196
Dayton 71 51


Defiance
Delaware
Gallon
Gallipolis
Green Springs
Lima
Mansfield
Marietta
Marion
Massillon
Middleton
Mt. Vernon
Portsmouth
Sidney
Springfield
Toledo
Troy
Wash.Ct.House
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total

OKLAHOMA
Altus
Chickasha
Enid
Ft. Gibson
Guthrie
Lawton
lMuskogee
Oklahoma City
Poncr City
Shawnee
Tulsa
Total

OREGON
Eugene
Medford
Portland
Salem
Total

PENINSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altcona
Bellefonte


3
2
1
1
1
7
1
2
3

3
1
2
4
12
186


88
15
1855



2
6
1
1
3
7
47
4
3

107


2
1
96
o-

99


1
46
1


9
5
3
2
1


1


115


34
-4




1 So


1
11
3

1

5
29
4
5
25
75


3

60
1



4
26


1930-
1931
PEINSYLVAIIA (Cont.)
Bethlehem 1
Bradford 1
Carlisle 2
Ephrata 1
Erie 4
Harrisburg 69
Hazelton 6
Jeannette 2
Johnstown 6
Kane 2
Lancaster 2
Lansford
Milton
Newcastle -
Oil City, 8
Philadelphia 1379
Pittsburgh 681
Pottsville 1
Reading 6
Scranton 132
Shamokin
Shenandcah 2
State College
Sunbury 9
Tyrone 2
Waynesboro 1
Wilkes Barre 80
Williamsport 16
Totpl 2461


RHODE ISLAND
Olneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total

SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston
Cclumbia
#Florence
Greenville
Lake City
Laurens
Orangeburg
Spar tanburg
Sumter
Yemassee
Total


4
1
118
123



10

8


3
7

14
55


1928-
1929

3
6


2
46
9
1
1


1
2
1
3
999
463

1
85
1
3
1
3
1

21


15


5
20
208
11
1
1
1
10
4

2 61







DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1930-31 & 1928-29 SEASONS


1930-
1931
SOUTH DAKOTA
Aberdeen 6
Huron 1
Mitchell
Rapid City 3
Sioux Falls 15
Total 25

TENNESSEE
Bristol 3
Chattanooga 204
Har'riman -
Jackson 1
Johnson City 1
Knoxville 23
Martin 1
Memphis 148
Morristown 9
Nashville 181
Total 571

TEXAS
Amarillo 7
Austin 1
Beaumont 1
Cameron 2
Cisco '1
Dallas 21
Corpus Christi -
El Paso 9
Ft. Worth 11
Houston 12
San Antonio 13
Sherman 1
Tyler 2
Waco 1
Wichita Falls 2
Total -S

UTAH
Ogden 6
Salt Lake City56
Total 62

VERMONT
Burlington 16
Rutland -
St. Johnsbury -
White RiverJctlO
Total 26


1928-
1929

3

-f
1
1
11



2
211
1
3
2
16'
3
133

118
489


6
1
4


20
1
6
15
18
12


3
-7
So


GRAPEFRUIT CONTINUED


1

VIRGINIA
Alexandria
Bristol
@Charlottesville
Danville
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
#Pet ersburg
Richmond
Roanoke
@Shipman
South Boston
Staunton
STotal

WASHINGTON
Bellingham
Coman
Pullman
Seattle
Spokane
Sumas
Tacoma
Walla Walla
Yakima
Total

WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston
Clarksburg


.930-


3-
1
117
6
5
10
1
78

343
47
71
1
1



1
1
100
29

1
4
_3
139


6
32


1928-
1-929



5
2
5
9

71
323
167
36


8






log
14
109

1
6
7
2
140


7
27
2


WEST VIRGINIA (C
Fairmont
Huntington
Moundsville
Parkersburg
Piedmont
Wheeling
Williamson
Total

WISCONSIN
Appleton
Appleton Jot.
Ashland
Eau Clair
Fondu Lac
Green Bpy
Janesville
La Crosse
Madison
Marshfield
Milwaukee
Oshkosh
Racine
Stevens Point
Wausau-
Total


1930-
1931
ont.)

5
3
4
1
9
-Y


1
5
2
2
2
4
2
14
19
5
154
4
5
6
1
226


WYOMING
Casper
Cheyenne
Sheridan
Total


1928-
1929

3
6
2
2

4
1
54


1
2
1
5

1
1
7
10
iO
1
89
3
6


5
8
2
15


GRAND TOTAL GRAPERUIT 1930-31 SEASON 22, 27
S- 1928-29 17 ,3


7.
1

7
17
17




-55-
DISTRIBUTIOG OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1930-31 & 1928-29 SEASONS


ALABAMA
#Birmingham
Mobile
Montgomery
Total

'A.NADA
Montreal
Toronto
Total

ZOLORADO
Denver
Total

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford
New Haven
So. Norwalk
Waterbury
Total


1930- 1928-
1931 1929


3
1
12


3
4
7


2
2


12
14
16

1
43


DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washington 48
Total 749


FLORIDA
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Total

GEORGIA
Augusta
Atlanta
#Thalmann
Total

ILLINOIS
Chicago
Peoria
Total

INDIANA
Elkhart
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Huntington
Indianapolis
South Bend
Total


3
1
4


1
25

26


227
1
228


1
14
1
1
63
12
92


IOWA
2 Cedar Rapids
- Des Moines
- Mason City
2 Total


2

5
5


14
2
1
33


20
20


1

1



5
-J.
3
8


121

121


1



7

8


KANSAS-
Hutchinson
Wichita
Winfield
Total

KENTUCKY
Lexington
Louisville
Total

LOUISIANA
New Orleans
Total

MAINE
Portland
Total

MARYL .1 D
Baltimore
Total

MASSACHUSETT S
Boston
Springfield
Total

MICHIGAN
Battle Creek
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Total

MINNESOTA
Minneapolis
Total


MISSOURI
Kansas City
St. Louis
Total


TLG IRINES
1930-. 1928-
931 1929


11i
1
2
-74


24
24


5
5


NEPRASKA
Omaha
Total

NEW YORK
Albany
Binghamton
Buffalo
Elmira
New York City
Rochester
Syracuse
Utica
Watertown
Total


NORTH CAROLINA
5 7 Asheville
5 7 Charlotte
Durham
Greensboro
1_. Rocky Mt.
1 3 Winston Salem
Total


127
127


134

137


1
54
1


152
152


159





102
3

IO0g


4 2
4 ~2


OH10
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Colrubus
Dayton
Delaware
Marion
Toledo
Troy
Youngstown
Total


- OKLHOMA
56 Oklahoma City
Total


OREGON
Portland
Total


9 PENNSYLVANIA
9 Allentown
Altoona


1928-
1929


1930-
1931


2
2


3
1
60
5
929
25
9
1
1
1034


1

1
6
2

18


75
102
32
2
1
1
3
1
1
218


1
1



1
1


1
21
3
542
4

1

572



5

4

1
61


61
80
9






150






DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1930-31 &


PENNSYLVANIA


Harrisburg
Hazelton
Mc Keesport
Mt. Carmel
Oil City
Philadelphi a
Pittsburgh
Reading
Scranton
Shamokin
Wilkes Barre
Willinmsport
Total


1930-
1931ont.
(Cont.)


10
8
1

1
361
180

11

24
6
605


1928-
1929

9
6

1

267
138
1

1
1

^30


T'NG INES CONT.
1930- 1928-
1931 1929
RHODE ISLAND
Providence 23 16
Total 23 1


SOUTH CAROLINA
SCharleston
Darlington
#Florence
Greenville
Total

TENNESSEE
Chattanooga
Memphi s
Morristown
Nashville
Total


1
1

1
3


6
S
2
20
S36


32
.2



7
3-

-3
13


VIRGINIA
Lynchburg
Norfolk
,ePet'er sburg
Richmond
Roanoke
Total

WEST VIRGINIA
Charleston
.Total

WISCONSIN
Madison
Milwaukee
Stevens Points
Total


,i Minor diversion points


GRAND TOTAL TANGERINES
It If 11


- 1930-31 SEASON 3,041
- 1928-29 1,823


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1930-31 & 1928-29 SEASONS


1

ALABAMA
Alabama City
Alexander City
Albertville
Andalusia
Anniston
#Birmingh~n
Cla nton
Cullman
Decatur
Dothan
Eufaula
Gadsden
Good Springs
Goodwater
Hartselle
Huntsville
Jasper
Lineville


930- 1928-
931 1929


1
is






3



1


1 1
1. -
1
1 1
S 2
.9 11
;9 118
- 1
1 4
3
7 10
.4
- 1
-8 7
1 -
1
- 1
L4 19
1
1


MIXED CITRUS
1930-
1931


...ALABAMA (Cont.)
Mobile
Malone
4Montgomery.
Opelika
Ozark.
Riderswood
Roanoke
Selma
-Sheffield
Slocomb
Sy 1 acauga
Talladega
Tuscaloosa
Tutskegee
,Union Springs
Woodward
Total


17
1
116
3

1

20.



1
11
3


-


192S-

ARKANTSAS
19 Blytheville
.El Dorado
109 Ft. Smith
6 Holdridge
4 Hot Springs
Jonesboro
2 Little Rock
'33 Pine Bluff
4 Texarkena
1 Van Buren
5 Total
.2
S12 CANADA
2 Brantford
1 Bureau
1 Calgary
Y86 Hamilton
Ingersoll


1930-
1931

2
15

58
47
79


1928-
1929


6
15
26
50
50


1 2
1 2


2
15
4
21


2
2


1930-
1931


3.
4

6
7
38
7
2
875
75.


1928-
1929

1
1
1

8

12
5
3

35


1928-29 SEASONS




-57-
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA .CI.US 1930-31 &


1930-
1031
CANADA (Cont.)
Kingston 4
Montreal 27
North BIy 4
Ottawa 3
Quebec 1
St. Catherines 1
St. Johns
St. Thomas
Saskatoon 2
Simcoe 8
Toronto 32
Vancouver 2
Winnipeg 15
Total 105


COLORADO
Denver
Grand Jct.
Total

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Danbury
Greenwich
Hartford
Manchester
Meriden
New Britian
New Haven
New London
Norwalk
Norwich
So. Norwalk
Stamford
Wallingford
Waterbury
Willimantic
Total

DELAWARE3
Seaford
Wilmington
Total


12
1
13


15
3

50
1
7
2

11
54-


2

24
2
31
4i
206


1
11
12


LIST OF COLUMBIA
Washington 34
Total 34


FLORIDA
Baldwin
Brooksville


1928-


1
27


1

1
1


1930-29 SsASONS


MIXED CITRUS CONT.
1930- 192S-
1931 1929


FLORIDA (Cont.)
Jacksonville
Marianna
Monticello
Pensacola
River Jot.
St.Augustine
Tallahassee
Total


73
2
1
53
7
1
18
159


7
2
20
102
61
1

1
2
37
2
1
2

1



2

41




21
32





1




2
2
1




6

1
1

1
2






l
1l


5 GEORGIA
18 Albany
3 Americus
2 Athens
60 Atlanta
Augusta
Bainbridge
10 Brunswick
Cqrtersville
10 Codartown
Columbus
Cordele
11 Cornelia
1 Covington
2 Cuthbert
42 Dalton
Dublin
Elberton
OEverett
47 Gainesville
5 Griffin
1 Hahira
6 Hawkinsville
7 Industr y Yds.
1 La Grange
Macon
13 Menlo
4 Milledgeville
140 Millen
Montezuma
Newnan
Perry
17 Rome
17 Statesboro
Sylvania
Tennille
T0 hThalmann
70 Tifton
Toccoa
Valdosta
3 Vidalia
1 Wadl ey


GEORGIA (Cont.)
Washington
Waynesboro
West Point
Woodland
Total

IDAHO
Boise
Pocatello
Total

ILLINOIS
Alton
Amboy
Belleville
Berwyn
Bloomington
Cairo
Centralia
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Dixon
East St. Louis
El Dorado
Galesburg
Granite City
Horrin
Highland Park
Joliet
Kankakee
Kewanee
La Grange
La Salle
Lawrenceville
Lincoln
Metropolis
Moline
Monmouth
Mt. Vernon
Oak Park
Peoria
Quincy
Robinson
Rockford
Rock Island
Springfield
Spring Valley
Streator
Taylorville


192S-
1929





377
377


1
1

3
348
9
7

5

3

7




2
1


2


2
1
14
6


6
5
2


1930-
1931

1
1
2
1
233


1
1
1
1
4
5
12
13
654
9
29
1
26
1
4
1
13
1
1
6
2


S
E

3
1
4
1
3

16
3
4
4
7
22

4
1


-
-





DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CIRCUS 190--5
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CI.GUS 1930-31 &


1928-29 SEASONS


1930-
1931
ILLINOIS (Cont.)
Waukegan 1
West Frankfort 1


Wood River
Total


INDIANA
Anderson
Bloomington
Columbus
Elkhart
Elwood
Evansville
Frankfort
Ft. Wayne
Goshen
Greensburg
Huntington
Indianapolis
Kendallville
Kokomo
Lafayette
Logansport
Marion
Mitchell
Muncie
Princeton
Richmond
Seymour
Shelbyville
South Bend
Terre Haute
Vincennes
Total


192g-
1929


1 -
879 1431


3
2
2

80
2
26


11
150
3
12
5
3
14
1
12
1
3
5
2
19
23

386.
-4gb


IOWA
Atlantic
3urlington
Carroll
Cedar Falls
Cedar Rapids
Centerville
Clarion
Clinton
Council Bluffs
Creston
Davenport
Des Moines
Dubuque
Eagle Grove
Estherville


MIXED .CITRUS COUNT,
1930- 1928-
1931 1929
IOWA .(Cont.)
Fairfield 1
Ft. Dodge 5 -
Ida Grove 1
Iowa City 3 -
Marshal t own 2
Mason City S -
Odebolt 1 -
Ottumwa 9 -
Perry 1
Sac City 1
Sheldon 1
Shenandoah 6
Sioux City 9 -
Storm Lake 7
Waterloo 16 -
Waverly 2
Total 159 13


: Atchison
Beloit
Chanute
Concordia
Dodge City
Emporia
Ft. Scott
Hutchison
Iola
Lawrence
Newton
Ottawa
Paola
Parsons
Pittsburg
Salina
Topeka
Wichita
Total


3
5
6
1
2
3
5
7
1
1
1
1
1
3

3
12
1
56


KERTUCKY
Ashland
Berea
Bowling Green.
Burnside
Campbellsville
Corbin
Covington
Danville
Elizabethtown
Frankfort


KENTUCKY (Cont.)
Georgetown
Glasgow
Harlan
Hazzard
Henderson
Hopkinsville
Junction City
Lathan
Lexington
Lothair
Louisville
Madisonville
Mayfi eld
Middlesboro
Morehead
Murray
Newport
Owensboro
Paducah
Pikeville
Shelbyville
Somerset
West Frankfort
Total

LOUIS IANA
Alexandria
Baton Rouge
Hammond
Lafayette
Monroe
New Orleans
Rayville
Ruston
Shreveport
Total

MAINE
Auburn
Bangor
Portland
Rockland
Waterville
Total

M.ARYL.AND
Baltimore
Cumberland
Frederick
Hagerstown
Total


1930- 1928-
1931 1929

1
-. 1
6 4
1
S -
1 4
1
1
60 25
1
132 68
1 1
-- 1
2 8
1
1 1
1 1
6 3
21 21
1 3
2
22.
2 2
1 -
270 f69


8 .3
15 16
1
6 5
28 12
20 45
7 2
14

117 99


4 2
1 1
18 24
3 3
_1 -
29 30


307 272
8 5
1
.12
320 290






flI~IUTN O FORDA ITTJ 130-1 128-9 EAON


1930-,1928-
1931 1929
MASSACHUSETT S
Bedford 2 1
Boston 673 465
Brockton 1
Cambridge 1 --
Concord 3 1
Dorchester 1 -
Fall River 2 5
Fitchburg 5 4
Haverhill 15 -
Leomister 1 -
Lowell 1
Lynn 2 -
New Bedford 6 6
North Adams 8 5
Pittsfield 3 4
Springfield 24 24
Watuppa 1 8
Worcester 1
Total 754 526


MICHIGANT
Adrian
Alpena
Ann Arbor
Bangor
Bessemer
Battle Creek
Cadillac
Carleton
Dearborn
Decatur
Detroit
Flint
Escanaga
Frankfort

Galliver
Grand Rapids
Grand Haven
Holland
Ishpeming
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Ludington
Manistee
Marquette
Mason
Monroe
Muskegon
Owosso


8
15
6

1
1
7


15

1
2
191

1
1

1

42
3
7
1
35.
17
23


2
1
9
9
10


MIXED CITRUS CONT.
1930- 1928-
1931 1929


MICHIGAN (Cont.)
Petoskey
Port Huron
SSaginaw
Sault St.Marie
Sodus
South Haven
Traverse Ci.ty
Wyandotte
Total

IN1rTESOTA
Austin
Duluth
Mankato
Mar'shall
Minneapolis
Minn. Transfer
Owatonna
Rochester
Sleepy Eye
St. Paul
Union
Winona
Total

MISSSISIPPI
Amory
Belzoni
Beloxi
Booneville
Brookhaven-
Cat
Clarksdale
Columbus
Corinth
Drew
Durant
Greenville
Greenwood
Grenada
Gulfport
Hattiesburg
Hazelhurst
Houstor.
Jackson
Indianola
Kosciusko
Laurel
Mc Comb
Meridian
Natchez


1
4
16
3
1
13
4




1
20
7

34

1
1
1
9
1
-7
82


1
1
1

:5






1

1
9


4
23
7
1
5
10

2
49
1
1
8
1
26
7


1




4

1




11
130





2
2
8
1



2

1
26






1
4
1


6


5






30




20
11
1
-
-


3O

















2O
ll


1930-
1931
MISSISSIPPI (Cont.)
Rolling Fork 2
Starkville 1
Tupelo 9
Vicksburg 8
West Point -
Yazoo City -
Total 185


MISSOURI
Cape Girardeau
Carthage
Columbia
Grant City
Hannibal
Joplin
Kansas City
Kirksville
Louisiana
iiary sville
Moberly
Sedalia
Springfield
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Total

MONTANA
Bozeman
Butte
Great Falls
Havre
Helena
Missoula
Total

NE3RASKA
Crete
Fairbury
Falls City
Hastings
Lincoln
Nebraska City
Norfolk
Omaha
Tecumseh
Total


2
3

1
3
29
54
2
1
1
6
2
21
7
163
295



1
1

4
2
8


1

6
1
12
2
2
22
3
50


NEVADA-
Reno
Total


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1930-31 &


192g-29 SEASONS


1928-
1929


2
20
15
3
2
1s9




1

1

28








48
78


2
3

1
2

0






1


6

7


1
1






DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS '1930-31 & 192Sg-29 SEASONS


-,'IX c


1930- 192s-


1931


TEW HAMPSHIRE
Berlin
Concord
Manchester
Nashua
Woodsville
Total

YEW MEXICO
Albuquerque
Total

NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park
Atlantic City
Bayonne
Carteret
Farmingdale
MGorestown
Morristown
Newark
Paterson
Phillipsburg
Princeton
Rahway
Trenton
Taverly
We ehawken
Total

NEW YORK
Albany
Albion
Ast erdam
Auburn
Baldwinsville
Batavia
Binghamton
Buffalo
Cahastota
Cat 0
Catskill
Chadwick
Corning
Cortland
Cuba
Elmira
Endicott
Florida
Fulton
Geneva
Glens Falls


. 1929


S.. NEW YORK (Cont.)
1 .. Gouverneur
3 4 Herkiraer
17 10 ..Homer
1 Hornell
1 Jamestown :
21 lb Johnson City
Kingston
Lake George
S 2 Levanna
2 Liberty
Little Falls
Lodi
13 Malone
3 1 Martinsville
- 1 Maspeth
- 1 Medina
1 Minneola
1 Mt. Vernon
2 Newburgh
26 19 New York City
2 New York Mills
1 2 Niagara Falls
1 North Creek
1 Ogdensburg
1 1 Olean
1 Oneonta
1 Plattsburg
49 30 Port Byron
Rochester
Saranac Lake
26 17 Saratoga SpIgs
2 Schenectady
11 9 Scottsville
- 2 Spencerport
- 1 ..Silver Creek
1 3 Skaneateles
19 23 Sodus
71 67 Syracus e
- 1 Tonawanda
1 Troy
- 2 Utica
2 Water t own
- 2 Waterville
4 Wellsville
- 1 White Plaines
44 39 Yonkers
9 3 ..Total
1 -
1 NORTH CAROLINA
1 Ahoskie
5 7 Albemarle


3

3
4
9
6
1
50
9

21
1
1
1
1

47
8
S
10
20
2


2

2621


1
1


*5
.1
1
10
8
6
-
32
1
2
0
1


2
1
32
. 1

8

3
1
2

1



3
1
l


T-JUS COUNT.
1930- 192g-
1931 1929

1
1 .
1
3
3 -
8 4
14 .3.
4
1
1
21
1 1
1
1
1
1.
11
1 --
4
2
2192 1319
1


Feyetteville
Forest City
Gastonia
. Goldsboro
Greensboro
Grecnville
Haml e t
Henderson
Hendersonville
Hickory
High Point
Konnapolis
SKelford
Kinston
Leaksville
Lenoir
Linco.lnton
Littl.eton
Lumbert on
Middleburg
Monroe
Mooresville
Morehead City
Mit. Airy
Mt. Tabor
Murphy
Nashville
Newbern
No. Wilkepboro


Raleigh
Reidsville
Rockingham
Rocky Mt.
Salem..
Salisbury
Sanf ord
Shelby,
Southern Pi:
Spindale


62

1.
3

9
1
42
3
15
nes 2
1


1930-
1931
NORTH CAROLINA (Cont.)
Asheville 64
SBiltmore 1
Beauf ort 1
Burlington 19
Cry ..
Charlotte .: 92
Cherryville
Concord 2
Dunn..
Durham 40
Edenton 3
Elizabeth City 7


192.-
1929-

29
3

12
1
58
1

1
22

1
26

23
16
47
13
1
5
1
17

1
1
5
2
3
7
1

4
1

2
1
1
1
12


1
12
1
42




29
6
12
4




-61-..


DISTRIBUTION. OF FLORIDA CITRUSS 1950-31 & 1928-29 SEASONS;


1930- 1
1931 .
NORTH CAROLINA (Cont.


Spruce Pine
Statesville
Thomasville
Troy
Wallace
Wadesboro
Warrenton
Washington
Waynesboro
Weldon
Wilmington
Wilson
WinstonSalem
Woodland
Total


NORTH DAKOTA
Fargo
Jamestown
Total


1
2



1

1

91
25
1


9




737


1
1
2


OHIO
Akron 9
Athens 18
Attica 1
Barnesville 8
Bellefontaine 2
BowlingGreen 4
Brookville 1
Cambridge 2
Canton 7
Chillicothe 4
Cincinnati 210
Cleveland 181
Clyde
Columbus 114
Coshocton 3
Dayton 63
Defiance -
telaware 6
Dennison
Findlay 2
East Liverpool 1
Eaton 1
Fostoria 5
Franklin
Fremont -
Gallon 3
Gallipolis 1
Green Springs 11


928-
929


MIX5D CITRUS CONT.
1930- 1928-
1931 1929


)- OHIO (Cont.)
1 Hamilton
2 Ironton
Lima
1 Mansfield
Middleport
Middleton
4 Miamisburg
11 Malta
1 Marietta
5 Marion
13 Marysville
8 Minster
32 Mt. Vernon
1 Massillon
506 Newark
Newcomerstown
Niles
Norwich
1 Oberlin
1 Portsmouth.
Sandusky
Sidney
Springfield
7 Steubenville
St. Marys
10 Toledo
1 Troy
Van Wert
1 Wagon Works
Wapakoneta
1 Warren
Youngstown
208 Zanesville
96 Total


1
64

18
1
3
1


1

1
2


11


OKLAHOMA
Eiid.
Mc Allister
Oklahoma City
Okmulgee
Ponca City
Tuls a
Total

OREGON.
Portland
Total

PENNSYLVANIA.
Allentown .


PENNSYLVANIA
2 Altoona
1 Bethlehem
6 1 Bellefonte
8 1 Brandford
2 Brownsville
3 Carlisle
1 Chambersburg
2 Clearfield
18 14 Connellsville
3 Corry
1 1 Coudersport
1 Dillsburg
6 Du Bois
2 Easton
1 Elkland
1 Erie
1 2 Ephrata
1 Gettysburg
1 Greenville
8 3 Harrisburg
2 1 Hazleton
6 Jeannette
19 2 Johnstown
1 Kane
1 Lancaster
35 10 Lansdale
16 1 Lansford
1 Lebanon
1 Lehighton
1 Lititz
1 Meadville
15 Mechanicsburg
3 V Middletown
820 74 Milton
Moravia
Mt. Carmel.
10 No.Wilkes Barre
1 Oil City
27 Perkasie
1 Philadelphia
2 Pittsburgh
22 Pulaski
59 Quakertown
Reading
Richland
2 __5 enovo
2 5 Shippensburg
St. Marys
Scranton
33 1 Shamokin


1930-
1931

15
7
1

1

1
1
1
1

2
2
1

6
1
1
3
47
6

5
1
8
4
1
1

1
1



2
2

2
5
832
254

1
16
4

2

47
1


1928-
1929

9
2
3
4
1
2
2
2

1
1

1
-

1

1


1


1
2
1
1
6
2
2
3









9
1

56
122
1

1

2





2
1







2











2






DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIL CITIUS :1930-31& 1928-29 SEASONS


PENNSYLVANIA


Shenandoah
Sunbury
Tyrone
Uniontown
Warren
Waynesboro
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
York
Total


RHODE ISLAND
Newport
Olneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total

SOUTH QAROLINA
Abbeville
Anderson
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
Conway
Corry
Darlington
Easley
#Florence
Gaffney
Gr eenville
Greenwood
Hartsville
Kingstree
Lake City
Lancaster&
Laurens
Marion
Eascott
Mooresville
Mullins
Newb-erry
SOrangeburg
Rock .Hill
SSeneca
Spartanburg
Timmonsville.
Sumter
Union
Westville


1930- 1
9(Con3 .
(Cont.1",


'


MIXE. CITRUS
92- ... 193
)2. 193

SOUTH CAROLINA (Cont
6 Williston
Yemassee.
3 Total 32


17
2
5

2
7
..29.
29
2
L42


3
1

112
116



8
28
1
71
1
1

1

1
55
S9

2
2

21
2









1.
2
9


75

20
3
1


1
4 .
-4.
S17
30.
2
845


1
2
2
86
91



.14
49

55
1

.2 -

111

64
9
1

6

5
1,
1
1
1
3
11
2
1
.24

1.0
P -


rS. CONT.
0- 1928-
1 1929
. TEXAS
1 Amarillo -.
- 1 Beaumont
5 381 Cor-sicana
Dallas
El .Paso
Ft ...Worth
1 Hereford
4 Houston
2 -. Lubbock
7 1. Mexia
Paris
Quanah
5 17 San Antonio
1 Waco
1 Total


..SOUTH- DAKOTA
Aberdeen;
Huron
Mitchell
Sioux Falls
Total-

TENNESSEE
Bristol
Bruceton..
Campaign
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Cleveland
Columbia
Cookeville
Dickson
Dyersburg.
Etowah
Elizabethton
Fay etteville
Gallatin
Harriman
Helenwood
Jackson ..
Johnson City
Kingsport
Knoxville
La Follette
Lawrenceburg
Lebanon
Lewi sburg
Lexington
Martin
Mc .Kenzie
Mc Minnville
Memphi s
Morristown,
Murfreesboro
Nashville
Old Hickory
Paris
Rogersville
Sparta
Tullahoma
Union City
Total


S.101
11
3


1
3

!.
4


15
16

53


2
2

1
1
2
S75

1
1


.3
*1


420
1
.' 2 :


UTAH
Ogden
Salt Lake City
Total

WYOMING
Casper
Cheyenne
.Total

VERMONT
Barre
Burlington
Montpelier
Rutland
White River Jet.
Total

VIRGINIA
Alexandria
Boones Mills
Bristol
Charlottesville
Chase City
Clifton Forge
Covington
Culpepper
Danville
East Radford
Fredericksburg
Front Royal
Harrisonburg
:Lynchburg
.. Machipongo


1930- 1928-
1931 1929

1 3
1 8
1
3 7
1
3 -

9 10



1
2 2
1
21 31


2
4
~~S


-
1
1


1
1 -
1 T


8



17


16
1
4
-5.
26


134
6

3


2


1
1
2
1
25
26
2
71
2
1

3
1
1
4
1
116
22
1
161

1
1



6o4


.5
1
9
19:
S3

2
2
23
*1
4.

12
.46 .
3


I







-63-
DISTRIBUTIOIT OF FLORLLA CITRUS 1330.1- & 1923-129 SALSOrNS


1930-
1 31
VIRGINIA (Ccnt.)
Maxrion 1
Mc Minnville 1
Morristown 1
Mayrtinsyille
N o rf lews- 9
Orange 1
*Tt ersburg
Pulaski 3
Richmond 166
@Shipman 4
Roanoke 80
Shenandoah 4
Staunton 8
Suffolk 2
Timberville
Tasley 1
Winchester 2
Wythville 1
Total 491


WASHINGTON
Seattle
Spokane
Walla Walla
S Total


1928-
1929




1
61-

104
1
126

62
5
9

1

6

443


3

3^


- MIXEL -CITRUS CONT.
1930- 1928-
191 1929


WEST VIRGINIA
Beckley
Bluefield
Charleston
Clarksburg
Fairmont
Holden
Hinton
Huntington
Liverpool
Mabscott
Martinsburg
Montgomery
Morgantown
Moundsville
Mullens
North Fork
Parkersburg
Piedmont
Princeton
Welch
Wheeling
Williamson
Total


3
24
35
2
5


46
1
6
11
2
0
5



6
4
5
21
1
i15


5
18
23
20
2
1
2
26

2


2
1
1
1
2

2
3
24

135


WISCONSIN
Amery
Ashland
Eau Claire
Fondu Lac
Green Bay
Janesville
La Crosse
Madison
Milwaukee
Oshkosh
Park Falls
Racine
Stevens Point
Superior
Wausau
Total


GRAND TOTAL 1930-31 SEASON 12,796
1928-29 8,489



#Minor diversion points.
@Mostly for storage.


1930-
1931

1
2

1
2
1
9
6
35
1
1
3
4
1
1
68


1929-
1929



1

3



11
2
-

-5







RECAPITULATIC OF DISTRIBUTION OF FLRIDA..ORANGES BY STATES ~AST SEVEN SMESONS


Note


e- The 19;


State
Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Col
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kans as
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusett
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshir
New Jersey
New York Cit
North Caroli
North Dakotr
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvanie
Rhode Island
South Caroli
South Dakot
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virgini
Wisconsin
Canada


24-25, 192r-26 'nd"'1926-27

s 1930-3 1 I 29-30.Q
530 288
57 9
6 -
52.2 442
51 46
umbia 702 386
50 42
694* 357*
1,459 763
Ss63 264
150 12
37 4
434 365
37.0 96
94 57
1,035 836
s 1,777 1,220
864 272
53 43
103 106
351 153
3 3
62 3
'e 18 6
228 214
y 8,o46 4,893
na 534 317
4
2,047 816
50
4,339 2,763
277 163
.na 260,r 189
a 10 2
903 306
43

26 25
910, 567

La 207 78
84 42
134 125
TOTAL 28,387 16,273


'1928-9I 1927-28


* oes not include Savannah
# Florence not included.
# Petersburg not included.


867
20

553
15
536
101
983*
1.139
392
12
11
501
334
74
1,192
1,703
315
19
166
299
2
6
19
161
6578
819

1,339
2
4,332
273
698
2
1,142
112

26
1,090

144
39
90
26,106-


439
3.5
3
266
19
289
58
825
525
185
.25

255
183
31
5.56
900
231
20
109
205

7
3
60
9,8.66
468

1,164
4
1,781
118
456
2
515
54

8
273
5
54
40
1893
13,226


1926-27 1925-26 1924-25
638 623 688
42 43 129
5 11
239 382 517
31 20 33
349 317 286
62 148 99
1,509 1,332 1,005
543 878 1,063
263 289 368
17 24 52
10 4 19
396 258 313
176 139 255
43 53 85
684 751 664
1,244 1,481 1,712
317 310 176
31 9 38
190 238 272
211 309 266
6 2 1
7 4 9
3 4 32
43 67 100
4,026 4,646 4,505
453 583 430

1,536 1,325 1,419
4 10
2,893 2,880 2,723
194 188 210
613 565 291

706 730 443
58 59 114
3
21 2 13
506 595 515
5 1
127 118 113
55 55 66I
113 59 194
18,369 19,488 19,239


W osnticld-Swns


-Isos -include stradeht -aars of tangerines.




-65-
RECAPITUTJATION OF DISTqIBUTION OF. FLORTDA. GRAPERUIT BY STATES PAST SEVEN SEASONS


STATES


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist.Of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idahho
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
Canada


TOTAL


I 1930-311 1929-30 1928-291


218
50
185
313
65
452
296
248*
23
2,067
672
280
117
339
141
75
493
1,086
1,178
368
21
697
43
139
2
1
92
3
5,865
130
20
1,855
107
99
2,461
123

25
571
84
62
26
696@*
139
60
226
15
544
22,827


51
1

221
23
395
40
72*
1
1,124
188
62
23
339
27
53
555
752
452
142
5
373
26
59


226

3,257
57
4
788
6
9
1,734
63
57
8
89

14
19
369
21
36
83
9
256
12,154


234
31
142
281
5
272
481
325*
23
1,445
359
172
77
165
105
77
437
863
851
206
20
559
44
149
3

79
2
4,373
148
10
1,186
75
64
1, 685
94
266
256 -
16
.489
86
46
17
626
140
54
139
14
412
17,347


* Does not include Savannah


@ Florence not included.


SDoes not include Atlanta and Savannah @* Petersburg.not included.


1925-261


---


1927-281
1c4
28
84
134
6
148
log
109
122#
8
786
194
122
58
104
65
29
220
575
367
154
10
383
34
75
2

17

1,780
68
10
800
52
33
840
57
181
9
242
74
31
6
230
72
23
133
9
210
8,798


1926-27
187
33
82
211
8
198
65
451
17
1,005
294
162
76
161
77
47
277
755
670
205
30
460
19
82
2
1
17

2,922
146
12
1,047
74
60
1,290
79
379
6
394
125
31
13,
287
85
67
152
11
206
12,978


1925-261
118
26
135
197
11
190
51
493
15
1,402
290
168
72
110
34
48
230
680
699
305
29
496
22
110
2
2
10

2,422
101
17
1,053
74
114
1, 114
74
328
20
303
126
48
16
242
184
55
162
17
234
12,649


1924-25
36
36
201
254

189
23
477
22
1,614
334
144
72
144
44
44
305
971
579
302
34
528
41
72
5
4
41
2
3,292
112
10
1,131
119
114
1,363
119
122
18
262
101
57
13
268
161
57
215
15
218
14,285






RECAPITLLTION OF DISi2IB3ITION OF FLORID. MIXED CITRUS BY STATES PAST SIX SEASONS


States 1.930-311 1929-30.
Al ab ama 445 132
Arkansas 75 1
Colorado 13 4
Connecticut 206 126
Delaware 12 ..
Dis.t. of Columbia 34 53
Florida 67 75
eo6rgia 233* 117*
Id:.ho 2 -
Illinois 870 481
Indiana 386 88
IIowa 159 8
Kansas 56 14
:entuciky 270 166
Louisiana 117 32
Maine 29 25
,nryland 320 329
lnassachusetts 7 4 584
Mi chigan r4, 189
Minnesota g2 14
Mi si ssippi 185 59
1i ssouri 295 78
lont ana 8 -
Nebr aska 50 3
Ncovana -
tew H~Earpshire 21 6
,Tew Jersey 49 25
Tew Mexico -
iew York 2,621 2,090
North Carolina 737 154
\Torth Dp-Lota 2 2
Ohio 820 344
klahoma 59 -
Oregon 2 -
Penns;ylvnia 1,425 1,279
Rhode Island lb1 90
South Carolina 325** 103
South Dakota 7 3
Tennessee 604 128
Texas 21
I'tah 6 -
Vermont 17 13
Virginia 491*# 322
7ashin gton 12 1
Test Virginia 185 S5
7isconsin 68 22
7yoming 1 -
Canada' 105 89
TOTAL 12,796 7,342
Does not include Savannah. 4 Does not i
@ Includes diversions at Savannah & Atlanta.
i Petersburg not included.


include Atlanta &
** Florence


1928-291
386
35
10
140
17
70
159
377*

431
130
13
8
169
99
30
290
526
130
26
189
7S
79
8
7
1
16
30
2
1, 656
506
1
474
4
5
845
91
381
1
420
36
1
26
443
3
135
23
1
60
8, 4.8


1927-22
218
14
4
108
4
31
55
167#

S209
50

93

35
16
197
319
70
17
93
65
2
4
1

7

1,298
246

27,8
3
2
728
61
213

211
14
3
12
239
2
22
35

.53
5.163


!I 1926-271 19
145
33
2
125
2
48
89
156

144
34
14
4
48
28
2F
197
260
40
8
lO4
104
35

4


19

1,082
167

200
1

579
49
158

61
13

10
102
1
44
19

37
4,092 2
Savannah.
not included.


2F-26
14-
21
2
17.

4
45
758@

156
27
8
-

31
25
3
21
37.
37
11
86
36
1
1
1

1

69
138

191
1
1
.84
3
85

61
15


82
'*2
22.
14

14
.259


-- --






RECAPITULATION: OF DISTRIBUTION OF FL(RIDA


States
Alabama
Colorado
Connecticut
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Lou isiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
Nebraska
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Ore gon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin


S 1930-1931
12
2
43
48
4
26
228
92
14
9
24
5
1
152
168
108
4
52
2
1,034
18
218
1
1
605
23

36

79 *
21
21


Canada


1929-30
-1 -
Ig
18
15


37
3


8


37
55
16

2

359

39


183
11

1

5

1

2


TOTAL


3,041


796 1,823 705


# FJoircnrnc not included.

#* PeIrs.sburg not included.


FOUR SEASONS


S 1928-29
2

33
.20
1
8
121
8
-


5
7
3
127
137
56
2
9

572
10
150


1927 -28


3
10


30
2


4


52
33
10
1
6
1
273
6
65


165
4
24
3
1
9

3


430
16
34
13

50
2
2


- -- -- - --


TATGKRINES BY STATES PAST






ORAiGs- ..UNLOADS IN 66 C'lIES. rROM SEPTiMESt 1l30 HROUGHIIJUNE,. 1931 BY
MONTHS AND BY STATES OF OR1GIN

1930 1931
City & State Sept. Oct. 7Tov. Dec.l. Jan. Feb, Mar. Ar. ay June TOTAL
Akron
Florida 1 4 13 19 3 2 1 43
California 1 1 11 2 4_ 10 10 4. 3 46
Total 1 2 15 15i 23 13 12 5 3 89
Albany.
Florida 2 17 1 10 29 20 12 15 9 115
California 14 10 10 33 21 29 40 44 53 31 285
Total 14 12 27 34 31 58 60 56 8 40 400
Atlantan
Florida 25 70 143 111 90 63 36 13 13 564
California 17 4 1 5 10 5 42.
Others 1 1
Total 17 __ O 144 111 90. 64 41 23 1 607
Baltimore
Florida 1 55 127 182 141 159 149 125 134 75 1148
California 42 31 2 22 12 14 26 4o 29 79 297
Total t3 8-6 129 2C 153 173 175 165 163 154 1
Birmingham
Florida 20 40 107 82 49 65 25 17 7 412
California 10 7 5 7 10 39
Others - 3
..Total ...10 20 -3 .107 82 49 72 30 24 17 54
Boston
Florida 1 69 335 297 373 365 332 261 285 130 2448
California 152 159 55 193 190 195 317 304 292 301 2158
Others 3 -- 3
Total 153 231 _390_ 490 563 560 649 565 577 431 4609
Bridge-port
Flovida 3 18 13 11 18 16 12 13 2 106
California 11 8 4 9 10. 14 15 24 8 18 121
Total 11 11 22 22 21 ___32 __3. 1__ 21 20 227
Buffalo
Florida 24 63 46 49 68 69 38 43 18 418
California 30 24 24 70 47 66 103 81 109 68 622
Total 30 48 87 116 96 172.- 119 152 6 140
Chicago
Florida 60 210 128 184 184 221 152 187 93 1419
California 232 233. 228 423 349 376 499 469 473 388 3670
Others 4 12 1 4 28
Total 232 297 5 56 720 621 660 4g1 5117
Cincinnati
Florida 32 85 118 89 119 129 108 80 40 800
California 36 36 7 43 17 16 33 42 37 63 330
Others 1 1
Total 36 68 93 16 106 15 162 150 117 103 1131






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ORANGES UNLOADS IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEM!aER 193 TiRO-UGH Jm0 1311 BY
MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (Cont'd,)


City & State
Cleveland
Florida
California
Others
Total
Columbus
Florida
California
Total


1930 19_31
Spt. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb, M&Ilr. Apr. Vr une_ TOTAL


30 85 56 82 107 89 95 119 48 711
65 63 71 154 97 107 145 119 149 101 1071
S1 2 - -
4 158 210 179 214 234 214 268 1 1785


- 19 22 27 33 38 46 35 19 4 243
19 6 20 35 16 27 38 21 52 18 252
1q P2 4h 6A2 4h A 984R r 71 22 q,


Dallas
Florida 9 9 6 24
-California 16 12 18 63 24 27 41 38 39 33 311
Others 1 2 1 1 8 1 1 15


Florida 7 16 24 27 41 42 16 14 2 189
California 8 1 7 3 3 9 6 9 7 5
Total g 8 16 31 30 44 51 22 23 242
Denver
Florida 1 1 2 4
California 18 15 35 54 53 44 61 84 51 53 468
Others 1 1
Total 1 16 37 54 53 46 61 84 51 53 473
Des Moines
Florida 1 4 2 3 14 12 5 1 6 48
California 6 7 27 24 32 6 32 21 16 14 185
Others 1 1
Total 6 g 32 26 35 20 44 26 17 20 234
Detroit
Florida 30 115 58 56 74 101 go 101 35 650
California 82 73 80 224 156 198 238 216 216 172 1655
Others 1 2 2 -
Total 82 103 196 284 214 272 339 296 317 207 2310
Duluth
Florida 2 3 4 1 4 4 1 19
California 6 2 8 16 16 21 26 21 21 21 158
Others 1 1
Total 6 4 12 20 17 25 30 22 21 21 178Z
El Paso

California 11 5 13 18 13 14 24 19 19 15 151
Others 1 2 1 -- 4
Total 11 5 14 20 14 14 24 19 15 155
Evansville


Florida 2 4 19 62 29 26 21 14 7 1 185
Czlifornia 2 1 1 3 10 7 5 29
Others 1 1 2
Total 4 4 21 6 3jO 26 25 24 14 6 216





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SOATNGES UNLOADS IN 66 CITIES 2P0 ',T1 TMPE3jR O3'0T:IROUCi JU~2 1931 BY
MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORiCI-j (Cont'd)

S130 ___ 1 1 931_____
City & Str.te I jSept-_ I Oct7N-,'-'ld3c, n.Jeb.jIar./. y I Jule I TOTAL
Fort Worth
Florida 2 5 7
California 9 3 9 19 11 I 9 16 19 11 11 117
Others 2 3 1. 4 10
tTotal 9 5 12 19 12, 3 16 21 16 11134
Grand RAapids
Florida 6 10 14 : 15 26 24 23 5 3 126
California 7 9 15 34 20 20 29 36 37 25 232
Total 7 15 251 3501 42 25 358
Hartford
Florida 14 35 30. 51. 44 42 20 30 14 280
California 15 9 10 16 12 11 24 28 26 24 175
Total 15 23 45 46 63 66 4 56 38455
Houston
Florida 7 4 19
California 20 12 24 46 15 21 32 40 36 33 279
Others 5 9 7 7 5 35
Total 20 17 33 53' 22 25 34 40 41 333


Indianapolis
Florida
California
Total


25 50 64 66 91 58 33 34 11 432
27 8 15 38 18 19 4o 56 W 16 281
27 33 65 102. 84 110 __ 89 789 27 713


Jacksonville
Florida 2 2 10 51 26 13 21 13 27 6 171
Kansas City
Florida 10 8 1 5. 1 3 1 2
California 35 13 4o 86. 60. 61 94 S8 71 56 60
Others 4 1 -
Total 35 23 52 S7 65 70 95 91 72 58 6
Lexington
Florida 2 25 8 14 9 4 4 5 7
California. 1 1. 7 4 3 2
Total 1 2 9 25 8 4 16 12 8103
Los Angeles
California 2 29 101 22 1 4 2161


Louisville
Florida
California
Total


14. 40 94 65.. 63 40 17 23 5 361
12 3 3 1 3 1 10 20 13 16 07
12 17 --43 95 8 64 50 37 41 21 448




"- 71-

ORANTGES UNLO&DS IN 66 CITIES FRQ OISEPT 1ER 1930 THROUGH JUNE 1931
BY MONTHS AiD BY 'ST-TES "OF ORIGIN(C ONTD)


1. 930. 1 --931-- .
State & City Sept. Oct, Iov, Dec. Jan. Feb, -ar!. 'Apr vly JunelTotal
Memphis
Florida 17 28 77 40 56 46 21 23 S 316
California 11 4 7 4 2 11 18 21 25 103
Others 2 3 5
Total. 11 .9 32 -g4 44 61 57 39 44 33 424
Milwaukee
Florida 1 25 17 17 1.4 13 7 10 104
California 23 25 27 74 61 77 92 101 65 71 616
Total. 23 26 52 91 78 91 105 108 75 71 720
Minneaolis
Florida 3 6 1 1 1 12
California 22 24 37 76 69 75 1.07 95 74 72 651.
Total. 22 27 43- 77 69 76 107 95 75 72 663
Nashvi .ll e
Florida 12 35 106 65 62 47 12 8 3 350
California 4 1 1 1.0 13 9 8 6
Total. 14 13 35 107 6 62 57 25 17 11 396
Newark
Florida 14 25 31 51 57 57 42 8 285
California 5 5 3 1 3 11 3 5 3 39
Tot al. 5 5 1.7 26 34 62 60. 62 45 8 324
New Haven
Florida S 26 23 26 35 38 23 26 10 21.5
California 11 8 6 14 1.1 17 27 27 21. 24 1.66
Total 3 1. 16 32 37 37 52 65 50 47 34 381.
New Orleans
Florida l6 50 97 52 42 35 18 310
California 17 8 2 1 17 12 .4 25 96
Others 11 56 73 52 11 1 3 207
Total 17 104 109 6q 55 _5 61l.
New York Citr
Florida 236 720 S57 0os6 1040 1234 975 .068 703 7919
California 700 537 260 536 '405 424 672 723 789 774 5820
Others 11 80 63 8 12 17 31 20 3 5 250
Total 711 853 1.043 1.401 1.503 1481 1937 1.71.8 .860 1.482 13989
Norfolk
Florida 10 26 42 45 37 40 28 2 1.2 269
California 5' 1 4 1 0
Total, ."5 1.0 26 42 45 37 40 29 33 12 279
Oklahoma City
Florida 6 2 1 15 26 23 7 10 90
California 1.1. 4 22 .43 14 14 -.33 28 33 24 226
Others 1- 1 1
Total 11 5 28 45 15 29 59 51 40 34 37
Omaha
Florida 1 1. 1 2 15 3 3 4 30
California 1.6 11 26 51 42 4 57 59 44 35 384
Others 1 4
Total. 52 1 44 61 81 62 48 8 418




'-*72-
ORAImGES- U1TLADS IN 66 *CITIES FROh SPTETJ ~ -1.2'0 THROUGH JUdE 1 31 BY
MONTHS A D BY STATES OF ORIGINT .(COTIT'D)
93.q .. I 19312


St. Palaul.
Florida
California
in. I l- .


u It .
Salt Lake City
California

San .Antonio
Florida
California-
Others
Total


2 1 1 -
1.9 11 23 37 40 40 54 47 46 27 44,
j19 38 40 0 '4 47 46 27 348

11 5 28 31 28 27 35 31 17 21 234

4 "- 3 1 8
22. 2 .19 2 1.8 23 32 29 41 21. 209
- 1 1 5 1 28
22 ? 20 2 1.8 28 -3 4.1 22 225


San Francisco
California 62


47 100 105 a-4 150 173 1- 60 -102 46 1058


-- --


3tate & City ISe t. .-Oct:. Dov,..' Dec, Jan. TFeb.. MarJ. r, | Il Junel Total
Peoria ,.
Florida 1 5 3 3 14
California 5 3 9 22 10 121 22 10 18 1.4 124
Others 1 1
Total 5 4 11 23 10 16 25 1.3 -18 14 139
Philadelphia
Florida 133 331 464 413 448 390 343 400 153 3075
California 166 2li 13 9 61 78 1.44 186 i44 286 2306
Total 1.66 268 44 557 7 526 54 59 54 439 438.
Pittsburgh
Florida 38 133 1.01 1205 102 11.2 70 124 34 819
California 69 57 36 162 84 93 152 1.47 166 2.50 1.116
Total. 69 95 169 263 1 9 15 264 2.17 290 lg4 1935
Portland. li.e.
Florida 1 22 23 24 30 19 9 6 1.35
California 11 5 5 1. 17 18 25 30 38 27 189
Total 11 6. 27 36 -: 48 444 44 2S 324
Portland Ore. ..
California 21. 128 43 89 44 69 126 108 76 57 651.
Providence.
Forida 6. 55 56 62 4 57 25 31 1. 351
California 12 9 4 9 19 25 46 32 40 29 225
Total 12 15 59 65 81 73 1.0 57 71. 40 576
Rich mond
Florida .4 40 64 47 62 57 19 22 .1 336
California 3 1 -.. 2 3 5 7 5 26
Oth ers 2.. l .. 0 -1
Total 4 40 4 64 6 2 1.6
Rochester
Florida 1 29 23 31 '43 27 1.6 19 7 196
California 1.8 28 -10 47 .5 3 45 4 0 4 45 321
Total 18 29 39 70 46 73 72 59 59 52 51.7
StLouis
Florida 23 .56 48 36 34 46 25 51 9 328
California 52 41 45 147 .Sl 124 1 48 160 1.29 1.10 1037
Others 1 1. 1 3 4 .0
Total 52 65 102 96 11.7 161. 1q9 185 *1.80 1 1.375


L-L






-73-

0.aITaEs-uInho s In 66 CITIES 011 SEFTE-,IBFj3a.23 THROUGH JUINE 2932 BY
MMITTHS AND BY ST AE.S OR ORIGIN (cO7-:LD1

Stale & City Ise-ot. I oc:lt- I I eo, 1h E-eb r M-' :J- June T oqt ..L


Seattle
Florida
California
Total
Shreveport
Florida


Californi a
Others
To t. .


- -
34 23 51 68.
4 23 51 68


- 6 2 7
3 1 6 17
- 1. 1I
3 8 9 25


1 1 -
1.02 59 152 90 70 89 7 ~8
102 60 153 0o 7_0 S9 740

2 4 5 4 3 2 35
5 8 7 7 9 6 69
7 2 12 -1 2 8 .07
7 12 12 1.1 12 8 2.07


Sioux City
Florida
Californi a
Others
Total.


S-okaine
California


-


1 -
3 16 14
- 2 -
4 .8 14


5 4 14 19


To t c-. -


1 6 2 1. -
20 16 22 23 20
21 22 24 24 20
21 22 24 24 20


20 23 26 17 23


- .1.
10 149.
.- 2
1.0 1.62

11 1.62


Springfi eld, as s.
Florida -
California 12
Total 12


Syracuse
Florida
California
Others
Total


6 30 23
9 2 6 20
1.5 36 4


- .5 31 153


- 5 31 15
12 10 1.0 3
-2 19 41 51


31 35 36 21 24 7 21.3
22 21 44 42 37 28 241
03 56 o80 63 6 35 454


20 25 24 18 16 10 1.64
.9 24 26 32 33 23 225
- 1 1
39 '50 0 50 49 33 NO0


T ama
Florida
Terre Hiute
Florida
California
4- 1


32 .1.0 .11 48 70


2 4 7
2 5 8
i n i


- 1 6 2 2
2 3 g 9
2 1 1o0 11


Toledo
Florida
California 12
Total 12


Washington
Florida -
California 37
Tot 3nl 7


Worcester
Florida


California
Total


1.


S 6 3
s 16 43
16 22 46


17 67 92
22 11
3O 67 103


- 4 3
- 4-
- 4 8


12 ,4 1.5 7 1 66
26 35 4 5 50 40 26 301
38 49 60 57 41 26 367

82 110 111 91 77 44 691
7 18 22 25 21 30 193
89 .2 1133 116 98 74 84


2 -
4 5 11
6 5 11.


2 3 47
2


Youngstown
Florida
California
ot ]al


2 5 1
4 6 20
6 1.1 21


3 8 5 4 28
10 22 5 -32 21 1.6 172
13 TO 40 32_ 1.6 200


1 372

1 25
2 45
3 70


I


II


34 23 9 6-


--


Total 5


--


--


-


Total. 39 50 50


J. __


Tota 4. ....


I I


I I ,


--


To t a 7 30 67 10


I


'6 5--c


i


6-


Total 6 11 21 I:






GIaP JF"JIT U TLOADS IN 66 CITIES g_:.I SAPTEMPBER 19O THP.UGH JU 1931 BY
MONTHS .ATD LY STATES OF ORIGIN

19 0 -931
City & State Sep't,2 Oct.. Novjec,. Jan. eb.J J_ j ne T OAL
i~lrro.
"lorida 1 1 2 6 1 5 -- 26
Albany.
Florida 1 13 12 10 23 15 16 13 13 8 12S
Texas 1 1 2 -
Total 1 14 13 2 23 1 5 16 13 18 8 133
Atlanta
Florida 15 26 15 25 24 20 25 12 7 169
Others 7 1I
Total 22- 26 15 25 l 20 25 12 7 184
Baltimore
Florida _22 _60 o6 64 54 84 86 56 45 583
Bi rminghnm
Florida 3 14 7 7 12 17 14 9 6 89
Toexas i 1
Others 1 3 4
Total 1 J 1 1__ 2 17 J6 4
Boston
Florida 58 109 131 1! 189 1 167 214 186 180 86 143S
Texas 1 1
California 1 1 1 3
Others 6 2 1 2 1 4 16
Total 64 112 132 119 189 lo7 26 18 181 90 1458
Bridgeno rt
Florida 5 9 25 10 9 -0 60
Buffalo
Florida 8 46 42 56 48 75 So 61 39 17 472
Texas 1 2 3
Others 1 1
Total 9 4 42 5-48 75 0o 61 39 17 476
Chi ca 'o
Florida 82 145 178 219 241 242 307 270 228 111 2023
Texas 28 36 71 1S 35 20 208
California 2 1 2 2 7
Others 1 1 1 1 1 1 6
Total 85 174 217 292 260 27S 327 271 228 112 2244
Cincinnati
Florida 21 41 45 4s 56 48 69 75 _60 26 489
Texas 4 3 4 11
Others 4 4
Total 25 45 48 52 56 48 69 75 60 26 504
Cleveland
Florida 30 51 73 81 106 104 109 112 85 33 789
Texas 3 1 1 -
Others 2 1 1 -
Total 32 55 73 2 106 105 109 112 o6 38 798
Colunbus
Florida 9 19" 23 28 36 35 53 39 13 9 269
Others 1 1
Total 10 19 2_ 3 28 _35_9 9 270






GRAPEFRUIT UNLOADS iN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1930 THROUGH JUNE, 1931 BY
MONTHS AND BY STA-TES 02 ORIGIN Cont'd.

1930 1931
Sity & State iSept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. .Apr. May Jun TOTAL
'allas
Florida 11 12 21 14 16 10 84
Texas 17 30 12 3 62
California 1 1 3 5
Others 1 3 -1 5
Total 2 11 12 21 17 30 6 21 16 10 156
Dayton
Florida 4 6 3 8 7 19 12 4 1 64
Texas 1 1
Total 4 6 4 7 19 12 .4 1 65
Denver
FFlorida 5 9 11 6 22 38 47 31 30 9 20S
Texas 14 20 18 13 1 66
California 1 1 1 3
Others 2 1 3 1 .- -
Total 7 24 31 24 38 40 48 32 30 10 2S4
Des Moines
Florida 5 1 3 10 41 31 20 17 2 130
Texs 8 15 9 10 42
Total 5 9 15 12 20 41 31 20 17 2 172
Detroit
Florida 42 67 86 79 114 132 176 160 90 56 .002
Texas 1 7 10 7 5 7 37
California 3 3
Others 1 1
Total 45 68 93 89 121 137 183 160 90 57 1043


Duluth
Florida
Texas
Total
1E Paso
Florida
Texas
Others
Total
Evansville
Florida
Texas
Total
Ft. Worth
Florida
Texas
California
Others
Total
Grand Rapids
Florida
Texas
Total


1 4 5
2 -
16 5 .


6 5


5
2
._I7-


7


4

- -L -.


8 10 8 7 1 53
1 1 -
S 11 _i 1 62


- 4


3 1 26


- 8 8 2 18
.- 4 4 1 1
7 6 4 2 54


3 4 6 3 2 7 7 10 8 4 54
2 1 -
3 4_ 6 ~ 7 10 h 57

9 6 5 7 4 39
S- 10 16 6 3 35
S 1 1 2
2 1 3
2 9 ---- 10 16 8 9 7 4 79-


12
2
14


17 13 10 29 46 26 13 170
1 8 11 2 24
18 21 21 31 46 26 13 194


I


I


- 6 5 -~


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-76-
-A---''- ..T -- :' C- ,TI- T .'", CE' T.r1 O I" r.T. C- N J' .~ T'- 131 dY
'Ljj'. I s Ai. f : '.A.'S Oi'(D ORIGIN Cont1 d.


19i1


1930


City & State Ise.t.l Oct.l Nov.Dec I Jan. Feb. r. l-r. I May June TOTAL


Hartford


F1 lorida
Texas
California
Others
Total


4 ..5 16 20 15 16 25 24 18 c 161


- .29 .8 6 12 10
10 4 -
- 1 3 1
- 2 1
29 6 16 11


,S 103


I ndian-p oli s
Florida
Texas -
California
Total
Jacksonville


14 15 .26 26 30 42 47 46 39 16 301
S 7 .6 6 11 3 2 35
- -2 1 i1 4 17 33
14 22 32 33 41 45 50 4 '39 17 339


Florida 1. 128 110 144 231 135 .169 198 154 41 1329
Kansai City
Florida 19 .9 14 8 24 72 67 4g 3' 8 307
Toxas -a 22 32 30 41 20 3 14
California 2 1 3
Others 3 1 4
Total 22 33 46 3 65 93 70 48 3 8 462
.Leington
Florida 1 5 2 8 13 5 2 47
Los Agelees
.California 10 15 11 10 5 28 23 4 6 112
Others .6 1 18 16 9 16 11 8 10_
STotal -. .- 16 3 29 2 1 412 ~ 215.
Louisville
Florida 7 12 15 16 22 27 25 24 18 7 173
Califcrnia 1 -
.Total 7 12 l1~- ~ 22 27 5 24 1 7 174
kenphis
Florida 5 14 14 13 17 23 24 15 5 130
Texas 7 ..- 1 .1 9
Others -6 1 .- 7-
Total 6 1 1 14 T 18 24 24 15 5 46
Milvwa-ulee
Florida 3 13 16 16 21 36 41 36 30 7 219
Texas 10 9 20 8 7 4 58
.California 1 -- 4 - 5
S ._ Total 4 23 2 33 45 3 30 7 282 2
Minneapolis
FL orida 13 22 11 6 23 4S 66 54 37 10 290.
Texas 8 15 33 31 5 1 93
Total 1 30 26 39 5 53 67 54 37 10 383
Nashvillo
Florida 7 15 14 I6 23 33 25 18 4 155
Texas 5 3 -
Others, 1 1
Total .. 13 18 4 16 23: 33 25 18 164


. . . I .. .


m I . . ..




-77-
GRAPEFRUIT UNLOADS IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1950 IO ROUTK JUNE 1931 BY
MONTIlS AJD BY STATES 07 ORIG-N Cont d.

_____ 10 1931
City & State jSept. Oct.l Nov, Dec, .JanFeb.I Mar A IrM June| TO'OAL


Newark
Florida
New Haven
Florida
New Orleans
Florida


Texas


Others
Total


New York
Florida
*r-' -? -


150


- 7 8 8 9 141-43 20 LZ1 1


1 9 12 18 22 18 21 18 14 4 137


S 9 11 25 23 38 18 12


- 7
2 4
2 11


- 1 7
9 10 11 25 23 38 18 12 159


104 393 484 522 588 685 761 734 614 360


524


CaiOrnia + -
Others 465 98 50 16 9 40 14 153 81 155 1207
Total 573 491 534 538 597 725 901 8 87 695 515 456
Norfolk
Florida 2 8 8 7 8 8 11 11 7 3 73
Oklahoma City
Florida 2 3 3 7 17 28 15 16 1
Texas 3 8 12 11 9 1 -
California 1 1 2
Others 2 2
Total 4 3 9 15 l4 16 18 _2_15_ _1 139


Omaha
Florida
Texas
California
Others
Total
Peoria
Florida
Texas
Total


Philadelphia
Florida
Texas
Others


Total


Pittsburgh
Florida
Texas


3 8 7 23 27 33 20 4
20 18 15 8 3 -


1 -
1 - -
6 17 23 26 22 31


9
8 -


2


- 21 4 21
30 33 21 4 213


11 18 12 4 2 61
1 215
11 18 12 4 2 76


59 151 145 157 172 206 238 202 157 96
S- 1 -


1583
1


8 11 19
67 151 145 157 172 20 2 202 157 107 1603


23 57 61


79 98 100 92 120 80 36
6 -


California 1 -
Total 24 57


Portland, Me.
Florida


Texas
California
Total


Portland, Ore.
Florida


Texas
California
Others
Total


S 5- -_g 100 92_ 120 O 36 753_
Th1 85_ j8 100 2 120 50 36 _il5L


- 5 10 7 10 12 16 18 12 5
Ii -


- 2 -
2 1 1 -
2 5 10 10 13 16 18 12 107


- 3 11 17 17 22


- 12


2 -


16 16 14


7 123
S 16


2 1 5 2 7 11 11 17 9 10 75
3 1 1 --.- 10
5 17 18 21 29 34 7 3 23 17 22


7 8 9 4 4 2 1 1


6 17 2- 26 22 3


2


- -~ -- I-----~






G.AI.uIT LOADS. IN,66 CITIES rOM S !Z MBER 1930 2) C J u 1931 3Y
HO:ITHS A:7D 3Y S'AS OF O:CGI:T Con't Cd.

10-70 1 1 n
-_ .. -- _______ -__.. .. -____ --,_. 1931 fle-.-Ja______. -
City 0 State cs-ept.NOct. NoviDc. Jgn.] FeOJ L 0it pr. TIyJuno- L TOT'AL
P rovidoncc
F1orid-a 4 10 1 13 16 1-7 22 17 14 6 137
Clifo rnia I3 ----
otcl 10 1S 13 0 17 22 1 I7 b 140
Ricnmond
Florida 4 G 21 24 14 20 20 _l 12 S l144
Ro chest. e r
Florida 6 16 24 20 20 30 38 20 20 iC 204
Toxa- 3- 1 1
Total )b lI- 4 20' 21 30 35 20 20 10 205


t. Louis
Floricda
Tex:s
Others
Total


St. Paul


12 36 43 53
19 9 12

21 55 52 65


52 65


52 5S'
13 24

6e 92


75 93 73 23 523
S S5
S622
3 3 23 _622


Florida 4 6 S 5 13 22 31 22 16 4 131
Texas S 10 1r 17 4 1 -_
Totcl r4 iS 19 30 26 2 2 2.6 L1
_____ W7' 15 -~~ __


Salt Lrk, City


Florida 3 7 5 12 10 13 9 7 2 68
Texas 7 2 1 10
California 1 1 2
Others 1 1 -- 2
total 11 1 6 12 10 1 2 52


San Antonio
Florida
Texas
Total


San Francisco
Cli fornia.
Others
____Total
Seattle
Florida
To-as
Cali fornira
Cthers
Total
.Shroveoort
Floricla
Te:as
California
Total
.Sioux City
SFlorida
TeI'ot
Total


2.
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7 6 13
i_. _- 25_
S 15 23


17 17 34 26 24 17 25 31 25 13 232
- 4 16 12 16 12 16 12 il 105
17 21 0 J 0 29 41 45 45 13 337


8 IS 19
2 3 2
6 4 12.

22 25' 3


17 17

17 io
- 1
34 23


8


17 23 13

12 2' 13

29 '49 2


145
13
121
1
280


2 2 1 2 4 4 6 3 24
3 2 1 1 2 1 10
- i 1
~ -4 2 ____ 4 _

5 2 2 9 1 12 7 3 58
- 4 7 5 11 1 *'2o
5 0 7 5 13 10 15 12 7 3.


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GRAPEFRUIT UNLOADS IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEI.ER 1930 THROU-H JUNE 1931 BT
:iOiTHS ATD BY STATES OF ORIGIN Conttd.

1930 1931
City & State Sopt.l Oct. Nov. De. Jan.Fe Mar. Ar. Juno O TAL
Spokane
Florida 2 3 7 3 8 8 9 6 5 2 53
Texas 1 4
California 1 2 2 5
Others 2 2 4
Total 2 6 4 8 8 11 10 5 4 66
Springfield, Mass.
Florida 2 17 9 11 21 23 22 21 15 6 147
Syracuse
Florida 4 17 17 15 22 21 32 23 13 7 171
Tampa
Florida 1 5 17 8 5 3 10 49
Terre H-aute
Florida 2 1 2 8 3 2 4 2 24
Toledo
Florida 3 12 18 16 17 28 37 25 6 3 165
Texas 2 1 -- 3
Total 3 12 18 18 18 28 37 25 6 3 168
Washington
Florida 13 28 42 41 51 58 54 69 45 21 422
Others 1 1
Total 14 28 42 41 51 --58 54 69 45 21 423
Worcester
Florida 1 1 1 1 1 5
Youngsto7n
Florida 1 5. 10 10 12 19 27 10 10 104





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CARLOT UNLOADS OF FLORIDA TANGIRINES

In 43 Cities, Which Repboted Florida.Tangerines, Of A Total of 66 Cities

SSO 13-31 -S O 1 .
City Nov. Dec. Jan. FIob.TM. Apr. TOTAL

Albany 1. 1 2
Atlanta 2. 10 10 3 -- 25
Baltimore 29 49 34 30 20 2 164
Birmingham 1 1
Boston 46 40 53 43 5 2 189
Bridgeport 1 5 4 3 13
Buffalo 7 6 2 1 2 1I
Chicago SO 57 63 47 1g 3 268
Cincinnati 16 26 24 8 2 76
Cleveland 21 37 42 19 124
Columbus 2 11 4 6 2 25
Denver 2 2
Detroit 29 28 3o 26 12 133
Evansville 1 2 5 2 10
Ft. 7orth 1 1
Grend Rapids 1 1 3 5
Hartford, Conn. 10 2 12
Indianapolis 14 11 15 6 46
Jacksonville 1 1 4 3 9
Kansas-City 1 3. 3 5 2 14
Louisville 1 2 3
Memphis 1 2 3 6
Minneapolis 2 2 1 5
Milwaukee 1 1
Napshville 2 2 8 7 3 22
New Haven 7 3 5 7 2 24
New Orleans 1 5 2 -
New York 161 241 252 2G2 102 1 1039
Norfolk 3 6 2 2 2 15
Oklahoma City 2 2
Omaha 1 1 1 3
Philadelphia 79 121 114 7s 20 1 413
Pittsburgh 25 64 60 40 21 210
Portland, Ore. 1 1
Providence 7 8 S 2 1 26
Richmond 3 5 7 2 17
Rochester 9 10 3 22
St. Louis 14 20 13 9 5 61
Springfield, Mass. 1 1
Syracuse 1 2 1 1 1 6
Toledo 1 1
Washington 6 21 11 7 1 46
Youngstown 2 1 3






-81-.
U. S. STANDARDS FOR FLORIDA.CITRUS FRUITS (1930)

GRADE S

U. S. Fancy shall consist of citrus fruits of similar varietal characteristics
which are mature, well colored, firm, well formed, smooth, thin skinned, free from
decay, bruises, buckskin, creasing,scab, an noniation, sprayburn, cuts which are
not healed; from injury by black or unsightly discoloration, scars, scale, thorns,
or green spots, and from damage caused by dirt or other foreign materials, sprout-
ing, dryness, limb rubs, disease, insects or mechanical or other means.

In this grade not more than 20 per cent of the surface of each fruit may show
light discoloration.

U. S. No. 1 shall consist of citrus fruits of similar varietal characteristics
which are mature, fairly well colored, firm, well formed, fairly smooth, fairly
thin skinned, free from decay, bruises, buckskin, creasing,-sprayburn, cuts which
are not healed, and from damage caused by black or unsightly discoloration, scab,
ammoniation, scars, scale, thorn scratches, green.spots, dirt or other foreign
materials, sprouting, dryness- limb rubs, disease, insects or mechanical or other
means,

In this grade (except when designated U.S..No. 1 Russet) not more than 75
per cent of the surface of each fruit may show light discoloration.

In addition to the statement of grade any lot may be further classified as
Bright, or Russet, as hereinafter defined, provided; that any lot-of fruit classi-
fied as Russet must have not less than 40 per cent, by count, of the fruit show-
ing more than 75 per cent light discoloration,

U. S, No. 2 shall consist of citrus fruits of similar varietal characteris-
tics which are mature, which may be only slightly colored, fairly firm, slightly
misshapen and slightly rough but which are free from decay, bruises, cuts which
are not healed, and from serious damage caused by buckskin, creasing, scab,
amnoniation, sorayburn, black or unsightly discoloration, scars, scale, thorn
scratches, green spots, dirt or other foreign materials, sprouting, dryness, limb
rubs, disease, insects or mechanical or other moans.

In addition to the statement of grade any lot may be further classified as
Russet, as hereinafter defined, provided; that any lot of fruit classified as
Russet must have not less than 40 per cent, by count, of the fruit showing more
than 75 per cent light discoloration.

Unclassified shall consist of citrus fruits which are not graded in con-
formity with the foregoing grades.

COLOR CLASSIFICATION

Any lot of fruit may be classified according to the amount of discoloration
as follows: Bright, when the surface of the fruit shows not more than 20 per
cent light discoloration. Russet, when the surface of the fruit shows more than
75 per cent light discoloration and meets the specified grade requirements in
other respects.









In order to allow for variations initden-t to proper grading and handling in
each .of the foregoing grades, the following tolerances will be permitted in the
grades as specified: '

U. S. Fancy Grade. 'Not more than 16 per cent'.by count, of' any lot may be below
the requirements of this grade but 'not to exceed one-fourth-of this amount or
2-I pcr.cent, shall be allowed for injury by black or unsightly discoloration and
not more than one-twentieth of thise'tdlerance or 1/2 of one per cent shall be
allowed for decay 1/ but no part of this tolerance shall be allowed for worms
or wonr holes.
U. S. No, 1 Bright Grade. Not more than 10 per cent, by count, of any lot may be
below the requirements of this.grade but not to exceed one-fourth of this amount,
or~.2- per cent, shall :be allowed for damage by black or unsightly discoloration
and not more than one-twentieth of this tolerance, or 1/2 of one per cent,' shall
be allowed for decay 1/ but no part of this tolerance shall be allowed for worms
or worm holes,
U. S, No, 1 Grade, Not more,.than. 10 per cent, by count, of any lot may be below
the requirements of.this grade other than for discoloration,' and not more than
one-twentieth of this amount or 1/2 of one per cent, shall be allowed for decay
/ but no part of this tolerance shall be allowed for worms or worm holes. In
addition, not more than 10 per. cent, by...count, of any lot'-may.. not'meet the
requirements relating to discoloration but. not to exceed one-fourth of this
amount or 22 per cent, shall be allowed for damage by black or unsightly dis-
coloration,
U. Si.No.,l Russet, U, S. No...2, and U. S, No. 2 Russet Grades. Not more than
10 per..ce.nt, by count, of:any lot ;iry be.below the requirements of any of these
grades, and not more than one-twentieth, of this amount or 1/2 of one per cent,
shall be allowed for decay 1/ but no part of this tolerance shall be allowed for
worms, or worm holes.

STANDARD PACK

Fruit shall be arranged in the boxes according to the approvedcand recognized
methods. The fruit shall be tightly packed and the wrap show at least one-half
twist, Each fruit shall be enclosed in its individual wrapper,, except that in
packs of oranges and tangerines of a size 250 and smaller only fruit in the top
and bottom layers and fruit exposed at the sides of the..box shall be required
to be wrp.ped.

Each box of oranges shall show a minimum bulge .of 1-1/4 inches. 7ith grape-
fruit the minimum bulge shall be 2 inches. Boxes of tangerines shall show a
minimun..bulge of 3/4 inch.

In order to allow for variations incident to proper packing not -iore than
5 -oer cent of the boxes in any lot my r.not .meet. the requirements for the standard
pack,

1/ Decay, or other. deterioration developing in transit on citrus fruits other-
wise up to grado;:shall be considered as affecting the condition and not the
grade... .







-S3-
DEFINITIONS OF TEMIIS

As used in these grades:

1. "Similar varietal characteristics" means that the fruits in any container
are similar in color and shape.

2. "Well colored" means that the fruit show-s practically no trace of green
color,

3. "Firm" as applied to grapefruit a-nd oranges, means that the fruit is
not soft, or noticeably wilted or flabby; as applied to oranges of the Mandarin
Group (Tangerines, Satsumas, King, Mandarin) means that the fruit is not badly
puffy although the skin may be slightly loose.

4, "Injury" means any defect or blemish which more than slightly affects
the appearance, or edible, or shipping quality of the fruit. Any one of the
following defects, or any combination thereof the seriousness of which exceeds
the ia-xinun allowed for any one defect, shall be considered as injury:

(a) Scars when causing roughness of the fruit texture to a greater degree
than is permitted under the term "smooth" as required in the grade; or when
these scars detract from the rsppearance of the fruit to a greater extent than
the Laxinumn of light discoloration allow-d in the grade.

(b) Scale, when more than a few adjacent to "button" at stem end, or when
more than 6 scattered on other portions of the fruit.

(c) Thorn scratches or punctures when not slight, not well healed, or more
unsightly than light discoloration allowed in the grade.

(d) More than 4 green spots, or when aggregating more than three-fourths
inches in diameter.

5. "Light discoloration" means light russeting caused by rust mite, melanose,
or other means; light colored scars; or any other surface discoloration of a
darker color which does not affect the grade requirements as tod ape or texture,
provided, no discoloration shall detract from the appearance of the fruit to a
greater extent than the maximum of light discoloration allowed for the grade.

6. "Fairly well colored" means that the yellow, orange, or russet color
predominates on the fruit.

7. "Damage" means any injury by the causes'mentioned which materially
affects the appearance, or the edible, or shipping quality of the fruit. Any
one of the following defects, or any combination thereof'the seriousness of which
exceeds the maximum allowed for any one defect, shall be considered as damage:

(a) Scab, when it cannot be classed as "light discoloration", or affects
shqpe or texture.

(b) AUnmoniation, when not occurring as light speck type similar to melanose.







(c) Scars, when causing roughness of 'he fruit texture to a greater degree
than is permitted under the term "fairly. smooth" as required in the grade; or
when those scars detract from the ,~3~arP.nce.of the fruit to a greater extent
than the maximum of light discolor tion allowed in the grade,

(d) Scale, when occurring as more than one small ring, or any ring when the
average outside diameter is more than 1-1/2 inches, or scattered scale when it
detracts from the appearance of the fruit to a greater extent than does the 1-1/2
inch ring.

(e) Thorn injury, when not well healed; or when light colored and con-
centrated and more than one inch in diameter; or black or scattered thorn injury
which detracts from the appearance of the. f;uit to a greater extent than the
one inch light colored concentrated injury.

(f) Green s-:ots, when more than 7 in number, or when aggregating more than
one inch in diameter,

(g) Dryness, when extending into segments more than one-fourth inch at the
stem end, or more than the equivalent of this amount by volume, when occurring
in other portions of the fruit,

S, ."Slightly colored" means that.the green color predominates but that the
fruit shows some orange, yellow or russet color,

9. "Fairly firmn as applied to grapefruit, means that the fruit may be
slightly soft, but not bruised, and'the skin may be thick and slightly puffy; as
applied to oranges moans that the fruit may be slightly soft, but not bruised;
as am lied to oranges of the Mandarin Group (Tangerines, Srtsumas, King, Mandarin)
moans that the skin of the fruit is not badly puffy or very loose,

10. "Slightly misshapen" means that the fruit is not of the shape
characteristic of the variety but is not decidedly pearshaped, clongatod, sharply
pointed or otherwise badly deformed.

11. "Slightly rough" means that the skin is not of smooth texture but is
not badly ridged, badly grooved, or badly wrilkled.

12, "Serious damage" means any injury by the causes mentioned which
seriously affects the appearance, or the edible, or shipping quality of the fruit,
Any one of the following defects, or any combination thereof the seriousness of
which exceeds the maximum allowed for any one defect, shall be considered as
serious damage.

(a) Buckskin, when dry, or unsightly, or the fruit texture seriously
affected.

(b) Creasing, whon deep, or more than 1 inch in length.

(c) Scab, when spread over more than one-fourth of fruit surface, or when
materially affecting shape or texture.

(d) Ammoniation, when scars are cracked, or more than 1-1/4 inches in
dimo'ter in the aggregate,

(e) Sprayburn, when black or unsightly, or more than 1-1/2 inches in
diameter in the aggregate.








(f) Scars, caused by any means, -then these scars cause roughness of the
fruit texture to a greater degree thal is permnitted under the term "slightly
rough" as required in the grade; or when these scars detract from the appearance
of the fruit to a greater extent than the maximum of light discoloration allowed
in'.the grade.

(g) Scale, when occurring as one blotch or ring the average outside
diameter of which is more than 1-3/4 inches; or, scattered scale or small rings
which detract from the appearance of the fruit to a greater extent than does
the 1-3/4 inch blotch or ring,

(h) Thorn injury when not well healed, or when light colored and con-
centrated and more than 1-1/2 inches in diameter, or black or scattered thorn
injury which detracts from the appearance of the fruit to a greater extent than
the 1-1/2 inch light colored concentrated injury.

(i) Green spots, when aggregating roro than 2 inches in diameter,

(j) Dryness, when extending into segments more than 1/2 inch at the
stem end, or more than the equivalent of this amount by volume, when occurring
in other portions of the fruit,

Aug. 7, 1930.


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