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Farm Population of Illinois 1935, 1930

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Source: United States Bureau of the Census More than 61,000, or 6 per cent of the persons on farms, Jan. 1, 1935, lived in city, town or nonfarn residences five years earlier. The movement to farms was most extensive around large cities, Dwellingy on farms were 262,112, of which 252,096 were occupied and 10,016 were unoccupied Jan. 1, 1935.

Total
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Total

Tot. State

farms
State

farms
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Jan. 1, Apr, 1.) Pers.

1935

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Jan. 1, Apr. 1, Pers. 1935 County 1935 (3) 1930

County 1935 (3) Illinois.. 1,017,650 999,249 61,019 231,312 Lawrence,

7,411 8,126 537 1,575 Lee

11,098 11,404 290 2,519 Adams

14,887) 15,078

658
3,675 Livingston

16,711 17,383 758 3,575 Alexander 4,921 4,416 166 1,017 | Logan.

9.129 9,851 374 2,017 Bond. 6,989 6.722 531 1.771 McDonough

10.136 10.733 344 2,468 Boone. 5,479 5,466 346 1.218 McHenry.

12,929 12,778 683 2,721 Brown.

4,892 4,905

135
1.217 ||McLean.

20.269 21.051 949 4,210 Bureau. 13,942 14.378 513 3,166 |Macon..

11,749 11,884 1,011 2,620 Calhoun. 5,832 5,457 300 1,139 | Macoupon

15,217 13,913 962 3.769 Carroll. 7,388 7.395 190 1,745 | Madison.

16,238 14,683 1,667 3,808 Cass 5,560 5,553 339 1.144 Marion

12,851 11.774

898 3,225 Champaign 16,4611 17,280 951 3,409 | Marshall.

5,715 5,835 178 1,243 Christlan. 12,335 12,926 449 2,816 | Mason.

6.245 6.348 360 1,364 Clark. 9,683 9.543 353 2,535 |Massac

5,113 5.265 189 1.177 Сізу. 9,4601 9,019 696 2,355 || Menard.

4,877 4,982 249 1,062 Clinton. 9,181 8.748 624 1,861

Mercer

8,558 8.430 3131.988 Coles. 9,826 10,012 899 2,286 || Monroe.

6,428 6,383 379 1,504 Cook. 19,488 16,846 2,048 4,021||Montgomery

12.596| 12,222 592 3,166 Crawford 8.363 8.340 344 2,031 || Morgan

10,518 10,479 402 2,266 Cumberland 7,565 6,667 358 1.911|Moultrie.

6.691 7,165 356 1,495 De Kalb.. 10,855 11,026 542 2,354 | Ogle

12.636 12.610 852 2,897 De Witt. 6.559 7.490 3491 1,476 | Peoria.

11.622 10.865 1.130 2.687 Douglas 7.335 7,475 283 1,490 ||Perry

8,410 8,216 476 1,965 Du Page, 6,556 6.932 797 1,270 Platt

6,566 7.160 242 1.348 Edgar 10,379 10,680 361 2,445 Pike..

13,013 12,554 801 3,151 Edwards. 4,629 3,993 196 1.245 | Pope

6,105 5,761 314 1,476 Emngham 9,705 9,164 485 2,255 ||Pulaski.

6,611 6,001 396 1,305 Fayette. 14,414| 13,574 794 3,520||Putnam

2.520 2.448 130 Ford. 6.915 7,393 198 1,576 | Randolph

10,887 9,934

906

2,411 Franklin. 11.767 9,904 1,531 2.811 | Richland

7,629 6,4821 624 1,960 Fulton..

15,366 15,178

977
3,547 Rock Island.

8,362 8.107 772

1,873 Gallatin

5,953 5,366
349 1,207 St. Clair.

15,040 13,400 1,227 3,427 Greene 8,965 9,034 178 1,921 | Saline...

11,321 10,422 1,590 2,591 Grundy 6.808 6,532 394 1,400 | Sangamon.

16,273 15,917 1,330 3,472 Hamilton. 9.694 9,152 306 2,479 || Schuyler.

6.895 6,907 249 1,639 Hancock. 13.189 13,486 424 3,407 Scott.

4,266 4,447 116 935 Hardin... 3,221 3,726 10 691 || Shelby

15.050 14,484 913 3,768 Henderson 4,927 5,110 236 1,060 || Stark

4,414 4,809 128 Henry. 13,117 14,398 967 3,111 Stephenson

11,412 11,489 419 2,706 Iroquois 17.005 17.604 741 3,827 || Tazewell.

12,090 10,975 602 2,511 Jackson

12,393 11,991

897
2,581 || Union

10,222 9,743 558 1,983 Jasper.. 10.0001 9,015 542 2,490 | Vermillion

16,671 16,673 1,496 3,648 Jefferson. 13.898 13,031 1,411 3,597 ||Wabash

4,536 4,454 516 987 Jersey 6,179) 6,056 363 1,445 Warren

8,309 8.973

176

1,884 Jo Daviess. 9,274) 9,050 294 2,143 || Washington.

9.604 9,640 600 2,265 Johnson 7,6731 6,887 628 1.721 Wayne

14,018) 12.769 788 3,452 Kape.

11,247 9,970

903
2,235 White.

9,290 9,518

2,026 Kankakee 10.884 11.218 454 2,275 Whiteside

12.332 12,904 562 2,745 Kendall

5,672 5,491
383 1,194 Will

14,913 14,113 1,040 3,284 Knox, 11,181 11,819 530 2,627 Williamson,

11,861 10,810 713 2.862 Lake 8,854 7.463 808 1.758 Winnebago.

9,264 9,093 845 2,144 La Salle. 18.9991 19,463) 1,065 4,124 || Woodford.

9.174 9,460 305 2,017

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755.62 1933

1.245.62 1937
1930.
1,081.39 1934

1.051.09 1938 1931 1,423.54 1935

1,000.04 1939 1932 1,545.43 1936

1,365.92

1940. Total improved mileage available to traffic as of Jan. 1, 1941--19,243.87.

1,364.58 1.665.28 1,493.27 1,353.73

Appropriations, Illinois General Assembly

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Births and Deaths in Illinois
Source: Illinois Department of Public Health; population estimates are of July 1st

(Mid Year); other figures are for calendar years

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DEATHS, CHIEF CAUSES, ILLINOIS (Rates per 100,000 Population)
Pulmonary Pneu-
Heart

Diph-
Tuber'losis monta
Disease Nephritis Cancer

theria

Year

Suicide

Cal,

8.9

1922 1923 1924 1925 1926. 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933. 1934 1935. 1936 1937 1938. 1939. 1940.

Dea. Rate Dea. Rate Dea. Rate Dea, Rate Dea. | Rate Dea. Rate Dea. Rate 4,949 73.82 6,083 90.74 11,357 169.42 5,876 87.65 6.426 95.86 1,171 17.46 895/ 13.35 4,900 72.15 7,392 108.85 11,989|176.55 6,697 98.62 6,626 97.57| 801 11.79 886 13.04 4.925 71.60 5,867 85.30 11,895 172.94 7,117 103.47 6,960 101.19 472 6.86 1.012 14.71 4,897 69.10 6,025 85.0 14,118 199.2 7.250 102.30 7,249 102.3 408 5.8 962 13.6 4,898 68.04 6,627 92.1 15,634 217.2 8,450 117.38 7,492 104.1 413) 5.7 1,067 14.8 4,830 66.07 5,472 74.9 15,891 217.4 8,708 119.12) 7,735 105.8 649

1,125 15.4 4,740 63.86 7,647 103.0 16,609 223.8 9,572 128.97 7.888 106.3 6491 8.7 1,227] 16.5 4,592 60.95 6,233 82.7 16,574 220.0 9.141 121.33 8.107 107.6 756 10.0 1,087| 14.4 4,210 55.07 5,179 67.7 16,197 211.9 8,809 115.23 8,568 112.1 543 7.1 1.382 18.1 4,203) 54.68 5,564 72.4 17.099 222.5 8,715 113.39 8,699 113.2 383 5.0 1,412 18.4 3,792 49.18! 5,325 69.1 18,274 237.0 8,611 111.67 9,039 117.2 240

3.1

1,424 18.5 3,695 47.79 4,966 64.2 19,904 257.5 8,125 105.10 9.184 118.8

134

1.7 1,322 17.1 3,701 47.72 5,906 76.1 21.025 271.1 8,083 104.22 9,636 124.2 153 2.0 1,323 17.1 3,664 47.08 5,984 76.9 21,803 280.2 7,565 97.21 10,468 134.5 208 2.7 1,244 16.0 3,656 46.88 6,312 80.9 24,907 319.4 8,024 102.90 10,299 131.9 170 2.2

1,170 15.0 3,995 51.14 5,512 70.6 24,607/315.0 7,514 96.1910,333/132.3 153 2.0 1,242 15.9 3,313 42.25 4,595 58.6 24,810 316.4 7,220 92.08 10.746 137.0 120 1.5 1,2681 16.2 3.321 42.18 4,1931 53.3 26,648 338.5 7,177 91.16 11,194 142.2 118 1.5 1,169

14.8 3,361| 42.56 3,742 47.4 27,634 349.9 7,241| 91.70 11,307 143.2 86 1.1 1,154 14,6

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Building in Illinois and Chicago, 1939-1941

Source: Division of Statistics and Research, Illinois Department of Labor

1939

1940
6 mos. 1941

6 mos. 1940

Total, all cities..

30,613 $98,602,006 35,730 $121,230,160 18,441 872,586,96616,412 $53,009,417 Chicago metrop. area.

15,855 75,514.637|18, 159 86,595,022 10,362 55,822,248 8.218 37,071,618 Chicago.

7,753 47,949,210 8,636 47,519,599 4,961 30,786,795 4,001 21,875,921 Metrop. area exclud. Chicago 8,1021 27,565,4271 9,5231 39,075,423l 5,4011 25,035,453 4,217) 15,195,697

TOTAL BUILDING FOR SIX MONTHS, JANUARY-JUNE, 1941, IN COMPARISON

WITH JANUARY-JUNE, 1940

(Based on permits issued in 164 Illinois cities)
Type of building
6 months, 1941 6 months, 1940

% change Total building activity Number of projects.

18,441

16,412

+12.4 Permit valuations

$72,586,966
$53,009,417

+ 36.9
New residential buildings
Number of buildings.

6,219

4,842

+ 28.4 Permit valuations

$38,182,042
$29,744,254

+ 28.4
New non-residential buildings
Number of buildings.

3,127

2,545

+22.9 Permit valuations.

$22,784,758
$13,567,205

+67.9
Additions, etc..
Number of projects

9.095

9,025

+ 0.8 Permit valuations ..

$11,620,166
$9.697,958

+19.8

TOTAL BUILDING FOR SIX MONTHS, JANUARY-JUNE, 1940, IN COMPARISON

WITH JANUARY-JUNE, 1939, BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS

(Based on permits issued in 164 Illinois cities)
Geographical area
6 months, 1940 6 months, 1941

% change Total all areas.....

$53,009,417
$72,586,966

+ 36.9 Chicago...

21,875,921
30,786.795

+40.7 Metrop. area excluding Chicago

15,195,697
25,035, 453

+ 64.8 Outside Chicago metrop. area.

15,937,799
16,764,718

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The City Council of Chicago is composed of fifty aldermen, each elected for a term of four years at a salary of $5.000 a year (the chairman of the Finance Committee receiving $3.360 additional). The Mayor is also a member of the City Council and is chairman thereof. Each alderman represents a ward in city. Present terms will expire in April, 1943. The present Council is composed of 42 Democrats and 8 Republicans (but all are elected on a non-partisan basis.) (Clerk of City Council, Ludwig D. Schreiber, ex officio, chief clerk, Edward J. Padden). Alderman

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Alderman

Alderman 1 Michael Kenna

13 Michael P. Hogan 26 Alexander J. Sobota 39 H L. Brody 2 Earl B. Dickerson 14 James J. McDermott 27 Harry L. Sain

40 Joseph C. Ross 3 Benjamin A. Grant 15 James F. Kovarik 28 George D. Kells 41 William J. Cowhey 4 Abraham H. Cohen 16 John S. Boyle

29 Joseph S. Gillespie 42 Dorsey R. Crowe 5 Paul H. Douglas 17 William T. Murphy 30 Edward J. Upton 43 Mathias Bauler 6 Patrick Sheridan 18 Bernard J. O'Hallaren 31 Thomas P. Keane 44 John J. Grealis Sinith 19 John J. Dully

32 JOR P. Rostenkowski 45 Edwin F. Meyer 7 Thomas J. Daley 20 Wular. V. Pacelli 33 Vincent S. Zwiefka 46 James F. Young 8 Roy E. Olin 21 Joseph F. Ropa 34 Matt Porten

47 Frank O. Hilburn 9 Arthur G. Lindell 22 Henry Sonnenschein 35 Walter J. Orlikoski 48 Robert C. Quirk 10 William A. Rowan 23 Joseph Kacena

36 Richard M. Walsh 49 Frunk Keenan 11 Hugh B. Connelly 24 *Vacant

37 Francis E. Callahan 50 James R. Quinn 12 Bryan Hartnett 25 James B. Bowler 38 P. J. Cullerton

*Fred Fischman was elected to fill vacancy but has not assumed office.

Boards and Commissions Board of Health-Dr. Herman N. Bundesen, tion). General superintendent, Dr. Leo Czaja, president, $9,000; Dr. Francis A. Dulak, secretary. $6,750 (plus full maintenance for himself and $2,960; Harry J. Reynolds, Dr. Lloyd Arnold, Dr.

family) Louis E. Schmidt (no compensation).

Board of Directors, Chicago Public Library --Board of Appeals (zoning) - James H. Cately,

Joseph B. Fleming, president: Anton Vanek, vicechairman; Robert C. Ostergren, John J. McKeone,

president: Irvin C. Mollison, Dr. Frank Lagorio,

John Sokol, Leo Lerner, Mrs. M. L. Purvin, Dr. James P. Allman. Barnet Hodes. (All members

Preston Bradley: cne vacancy (All members serve serve without compensation).

without compensation). Acting secretary, Nathan Civil Service Commission - Joseph P. Geary,

R. Levin; librarian, Carl B. Roden, $11.700. president. $7,500; John E. Brennan, $5,000: Wen- Board of Education -James B. McCahey, presidell E. Green, $5,000 Chief Examiner and secre- dent; Irwin N. Walker. vice-president; F. P. tary, James S. Osborne, $4,500.

Siebel, Sr., B. L. Majewski, Nels H. Olson. Mrs. Board of Local Improvements-Michael F. W. F Heineman, Wilson Frankland, Samuel Mulcahy, president; William W. Link, Charles H. Levin, Joseph W. Cremin. Dr. M. O. Bousfield, Weber, William J. Connors; one vacancy. (Each Mrs. L. Robert Mellin. (All members serve withmember receives $1.00 per year).

out compensation). Secretary, Frank H. LandBoard of Election Commissioners-Harry A messer, $6.000; superintendent of schools, William Lipsky, chairman, $6.000; Mrs. Mabel G. Reinecke, H. Johnson, $15,000: legal counsel. Richard S. secretary, $6,000; William B. Daly, $6.000. Chief Folsom, $12,000; business manager, Howard P. clerk, John F. Rusch, $7,500.

Savage, $12,000. Board of Plumbing Examiners- Julius Newman, Commissioners of Chicago Park District--R. J. chairman, $4,500; John A. Castans, $2,500; Thomas Dunham, president; Philip S. Graver, vice-presiP. O'Donovan, $2,500.

dent; Louis E. Golan, James C. Petrillo, Stephen Board of Examiners of Stationary. Engineers-- 1. Witmanski. (All commissioners serve without Frank J. Smith, president, $4,140; Michael Konko- compensation). Secretary. Tom E. Nash, $7,260: lewski, $2,500, Peter J. Whalen. $2,500.

treasurer, Edward E. Brown, $1.00; general superBoard of Examiners of Mason Contractors intendent, George T. Donoghue, $14,400; chief Nicholas J. Dire, chairman, $4.140; William P. engineer, Ralph H. Burke, $15.000. Crowe, $2,500; one vacancy.

License Appeal Commission (alcoholic liquors)Board of Inspectors of the House of Correction-- Local member, Senator Harold G. Ward, $3,000. Richard M. O'Brien, Thomas F. Myers, Jr., Frank Chicago Plan Commission--George T Horton, Svoboda. (All members serve without compensa- chairman. Executive secretary, T. T. McCrosky. tion). Superintendent, Edward J. Denemark, Committee on Standards and Tests (building $4,500 (plus full maintenance for himself and materials, etc.) - Richard E. Schmidt (commisfamily).

sioner of buildings), ex officio; Ralph R. Lemer, Board of Directors, Municipal Tuberculosis Sani- Julius Floto, Fredrick Thielbar, and Aldermen tarium-Frederick Tice, M.D., president: Harry J. A. G. Lindell, James J. McDermott and Geor; Reynolds, vice-president; Richard Davison, MD.. D. Kells. (All members serve without com secretary. (All members serve without compensa- sation),

SUBORDINATE OFFICIALS Mayor's Ofice-John A. Nash, assistant to $6.750; James J. Versluis, engineer of waterworks Mayor, $6,750; B. C. O'Neill, secretary to mayor, construction, $6.750; B. W. Cullen, superintendent $6,075

of water pipe extension, $6.300, Finance Committee John A. Richert, chief of Bureau of Maps and Plants-Howard C. Brodstaff, $6,750; H. B. White, committee secretary, man, superintendent, $4,806. $5,670.

Bureau of Parks, Recreation and Aviation-WalCity Comptroller's Office Albert J. Keefe, ter Wright, superintendent, $6,075; John A. Casey, deputy city comptroller, $7,200; H. Westphaln, supervisor of operation (municipal airport), $3,626. auditor, $4,806; Charles A. McCrane, paymaster, Bureau of Central Purchasing-John A. Cer$4,806; Joseph F. Peacock, real estate agent, venka, superintendent, $5,400. $4,806; C. H. Keller, superinte dent of licenses, Bureau of Rivers and Harbors-William J. Lynch, $5,400.

harbor master, $4,500. Department of Buildings-Robert Knight, deputy Bureau of Sewers-Thomas D. Garry, superincommissioner of buildings, $5,670.

tendent, $5,400; A. J. Schafmayer, assistant chief City Collector's Office George F. Lohman, deputy engineer of sewers, $4,914. city collector, $5,130.

Bureau of Water-H. L. Meites, superintendent. Department of Public Works-John P. Wilson, $6,075. deputy commissioner, $7,650.

Bureau of Electricity-W. A. Jackson, superinBureau of Building. Maintenance and Repair-tendent of electricity, $7,200. Paul Gerhardt, Jr., city architect, $5,400.

Bureau of Streets-Joseph J. Butler, superinBureau of Engineering ---W. W. DeBerard, city tendent of streets. $6,300. engineer, $9,000; Loran D. Gayton, assistant city Division of Traffic Engineering-Leslie Sorenengineer, $6,480; Stephen J. Michuda, engineer of son, traffic engineer, $4,950. bridges, $6,210; Col. Henry A. Allen, mechanical Municipal Reference Library-Frederick Rex, 11engineer in charge (water pumping stations), Ibrarian, $5,400.

Chicago Population, 1940, 1930, by Age, Sex, Color

Source: United States Bureau of the Census 1940 data are estimates based on a preliminary tabulation of a 5 percent cross-section of the 1940 census returns.

The data on which the 1930 color distribution are based have been revised to include among the white population the Mexicans, who were classified with "Other races' in the 1930 Census Reports. A minus sign (-) denotes decrease. All Classes

White

Non-white City, Age and Census Year Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female

All ages: 1940 3.396,808 1,686,648 1,710,160 3,115,379 1,553,041 1,562,338 281,429 133,607 147.822 Under 5.

213.876 108,658 105,218 193.884 98,662 95,222 19,992 9,996 9.996 5 to 9

213,374 109.075 104,299 192,382 99.239 93,143 20,992 9,836 11.156 10 to 13

194,062 98.2211 95,841 175.730 89,425 86,305 18,332 8.796 9,536 14 to 19.

321,916 159,120 162,796 298,164 148,064 150,100 23,752 11,056 12,696 20 to 24

309,611 145,008 164,603 288.232 136,048 152,184 21,379 8,960 12,419 25 to 44.

1.186.808 578,539 608.269 1.074 285 526,186 548,099 112,523 52,353 60,170 45 to 64,

762.910 399,0381 363,872 708,811 370,548 338,263 54,099 28,490 25,609 65 and over

194,251 88,989 105,262 183,891 84.869 99,022 10,360 4,120 6,240 All ages: 1930. 3,376,438 1,710,663 1,665,775 3,137.093 1.590,451 1,546,642 239,345 120,212 119,133 Under 5

255,359 129,522 125,837 237.569 120,647 116,922 17.790 8.875 8,916 5 to 9

274,457 138,412 136,045 257.081 129,948 127,133 17,376 8,464 8,912 10 to 13

226,137 113,030 113, 107 214,645 107,557 107.088 11,492 5,473 6,019 14 to 19

350,164 170.750 179,414 332.001 162.388 169.613 18.163 8,362 9,801 20 to 24 325,183 156, 435 168.748 299.268 144, 460 154,808

25,915 11,975 13,940 25 to 44

1,222,203 629,157 593,046 1,112.660 572,707 539.953 109,543 56,450 53,093 45 to 64

584,370 307.318 277.052 549.951 288.734 261.217 34,419 18,584 15,835 65 and over

134,451 63,594 70,857 130, 160 61,765) 68,395) 4,291) 1,829 2,462

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Estimated Population of Chicago by Years Since 1930

Source: Chicago Municipal Reference Library
April 1, 1930...3,376,438 April 1, 1933...3,382,549 | April 1, 1936...3,388,660 April 1, 1939...3,394,771
April 1, 1931...3,378,475 April 1, 1934...3,384,586 April 1, 1937...3,390,697 April 1, 1940...3,396,809
April 1, 1932 3,380,512) April 1, 1935. 3,386,623 1 April 1, 1938...3,392,734) April 1, 1941..3,398,845

Passengers and Planes Using Chicago Airport
Source: Chicago Bureau of Parks, Recreation and Aviation, of Department of Public Works
Passengers Planes

Passengers Planes
Year
Arriving & Using Year

Arriving & Using Departing Airport

Departing Airport 1934 125,944 22,130 1940 scheduled

621,524 51,200 176,246 27,299

1940 non-scheduled 1935.

83,332 37.001 1936 240.677 32,431 1940 total

704,846 88,201 1937

262,590 31,108
1941 scheduled

302,667 26.179 6 mos, non-scheduled.

35,198 1938.

14,074 307,860 32,561 1939 408,893 38,023 1941 total.

337,865 40, 253 The mile square Chicago airport, costing $6,000,000, was dedicated (June 29, 1941). The field is used by eight transport lines.

Chicago Bonded Debt as of Jan. 1, 1941

Source: The Civic Federation; figures in thousands

3Consti

tutional 1 Gross

debt

Consti- Margin Princi- Sinking 2 Net other Total tution- of Bor- Bonds pal out- Fund funded than Consti- al debt rowing authorstand- Reserve Debt general tution - limit power ized but ing

obliga- al Debt (on 1940 (on 1940 Unsold tion

val.) val.) Bonds

Governing

unit

City of Chicago
87,358 6,769 80,388 21,379 101,968 99.791

2,514 Chicago Bd. Educa. 535,749 7,255 28,493 9.313

37,807 99.791 61.984 17.700 Chicago Parks 89,525 2,732 86.793

557 87,350 99,791 12,440 891,359 Sanitary District

111,678
111,678 2,565 114.244 118,906 4,661

143 Cook County

31.776 2,000 29,776 6,192 36,269 122,372 86,102 Forest Preserve.

13,124
819 12,305

30 12.336 122,372 7110,035 Total

369,212 19,575 349,637 40,339 389,976 1 Assuming an ultimate 100% excharge of bonds under the general refinancing plans of the Parks, Sanitary District, County and Forest Preserve District. At the close of the 1940 fiscal year the following amounts remained unexchanged: Parks, $6,500; County, $4,200; Forest Preserve, $7,000.

2 Due to the different methods of treating the sinking fund reserve, the net debt figures in this column should not be compared with those appearing in Table I of our Bulletin No. 149.

& Including unpaid bills.
4 After 1-1441 transactions,
6 Includes $7,000 bonds of annexed districts.
6 As of November 30, 1940.
? On basis of 5% constitutional limit; on basis of 1% statutory limit the margin is $12, 137,998.

8The greater part ($1,283,876) of the obligations which these bonds were authorized to cover, held not to be a debt (See William D. Allen Manufacturing Company et al v. Chicago Park District).

Gross? Bonded Debt, 6 Major? Chicago Governments

Source: The Civic Federation
Bonded City of Board of

Cook

Forest Sanitary Fiscal Year Debt Chicago Education Parks3 County Preserve District 1930

$396,556,600 $119,361,100 $12,500,000 $101.871,000 $33,790,000 $16,200,000 $112,834,500 1931

429,499,800 140,513,400 27,300,000 105,542,000 33.789,400 15,380.000 106,975.000 1932

423,874,967 136,256,900 28,975,0001 101.525.667 34.771,400 15,314,000 107,032,000 1933

465,650,277 133,912,900 24,845,000 97,587,667 45,543,210 14,791,500 148,970.000 1934

462,974.833) 125,240,000 41.939,500 94,063,118 45,186,160 13.126.000 143,420.055 1935

462,183.168 122,837,000 41.935,500 97.657,118 47,291,910 12,515,750 139,945,890 1936

473,463,444 119,098,000 41,432,000 113.029,894 47,541.910 12,415,750 139,945,890 1937

445,948,750 116,689.000 37,138,500 109,149,700 37.922,410 13,746,750 131,302,390 1938

414,542,250 107,323,000 36,161,000 102,911,700 37,922,410 12,739,750 117,484,390 1939

385,264,250 95.238.000 35,751,500 96.272,700 34,748.910 11.743.750 111,489.390 1940.

369,212,750 87,358,000 35,749,000 89,525,700 31,776,410 13,124,750' 111,678,890 (1) General Obligation Bonds Only. 2) The bonded debt of the State of Illinois for the past four years was:

Jan. 1, 1938 Jan. 1, 1939 Jan, 1, 1940 Jan 1, 1941 Called bonds and notes..

$17.500 $17.500

$17,500

$17,500 State highway bonds.

130,008,000 125,527.000 121,130,000 116,034,000 Soldiers' compensation bonds

23.405.000 20.248.000 16,941,000 13,555,000 Waterway bonds

3,002,000 2,000,000 1,000,000

0 Emergency relief bonds..

40,961.000 38,120.000 35,070,000

31,812,000 Total debt.

$ 197,396,500 $185,912,500 $174,158.500 $161.401,500 The State Highway Bonds are payable from Motor Vehicle Tax Levies and would affect property taxes (or Sales Tax revenue) only in the improbable event that the first mentioned source proved insufficient. The Emergency Relief Bond item is originally payable from “Gas Tax" income, and the Soldiers Compensation and Waterway bonds are at present paid from the proceeds of the State Sales tax.

(3) Park totals shown do not include matured old Lincoln Park bonds held in other funds to cover advances as follows: 1930, $314,000; 1931, $739.000; 1933, $1.912,000

(4) Reflects more than one year's reduction. Practice adopted of indicating January 1st redemptions on previous years' books.

Chicago Unpaid Tax Bills as of Dec. 31, 1940

Source: The Civic Federation

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