Congressional Edition Volume 6315

Congressional Edition Volume 6315

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ... 4.50 2 1.06 1.35 JO. 7322.7250.7762 1.1119 1. 0204.9750 1.0497 1.1573 1.2368 1.1000 1.2768 1.2250 1.4002 1. 7217 1.5000 2.1466 2.1000 2.7500 2.9855 1.3596 1.2000 3.2500 1.4500 1.5700 2.7835 1.7000 1.6000 2.3000 1.8500 2.1736 3.2500 1.9750 2.1000 1.0500.9500 Number of quilt given here applies to the corresponding numbers in Table 167. Yards ter pound. 8 Cost per yard. 'Cost per quilt of 2J yards. Table 167.--Distributing prices of quilts over a series of years. (Supplementary to Table 166.) Prices given are in dollars per quilt. Table 167.--Distributing prices of quilts over a series of years. (Supplementary to Table 166.)--Continued. Taking quilt No. 1, it will be seen that a reduction in the mill price of 2.5 cents from 65 cents in 1907 to 62.5 cents in 1908 was accompanied by a corresponding reduction of 2.5 cents in the jobber's price, producing no change in the retail price of $1 per quilt. In 1910 the mill price per quilt went up from 62.5 to 75 cents, and resulted in an increase in the jobber s price from 72.5 cents to $1 and a consequent increase in the retailer's price from $1 to $1.50. That is to say, an increase in the mill price of 12.5 cents resulted in an increase in the jobber's price of 27.5 cents and in the retailer's price of 50 cents, the increase thus practically doubling from stage to stage. On quilt No. 2 the mill price in 1904 was 58.5 cents as against 47.5 cents two years before that, resulting in an increase of the jobber's price from 55 to 70 cents, and of the retail price from 75 cents to $1. In this case an increase in the mill price of 11 cents resulted in an increase in the jobber's price of 15 cents and in the retail price of 25 cents. In 1910 the same quilt was sold at 67.5 cents from the mill, ...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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