FORM No. 5. RELATING TO CLERICAL AND ALL OTHER SKILLED AND UNSKILLED LABOR NOT BEFORE ENUMERATED (CHINESE EXCLUDED). 18. How many cabinet-makers in the whole county. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $2; without board, 21. How many carpenters and joiners in the whole county. 50. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, maximum, $4; minimuni, $2; average, $3; without board. 23. How many carriage and wagon makers in the whole county. 20. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, maximum, $4; minimum, $2; average, $3 ; without board. 26. How many cigar-makers in the whole county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. No journeymen. 27. How many confectioners in the whole county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. No journeymen. 32. How many employés in distilleries in the whole county. 8. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. "Wages paid, $]; with board. 33. How many employés in dairies in the whole county. 12. Hours constituting a day's work, 14. Wages paid, $1. 43. How many machinists in the whole county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $3; without board. 46. How many millers in the whole county. 12. Hours constituting a day's work, 11. Wages paid, $2; without board. 51. How many plumbers in the whole county. 10. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $2 50; without board. 54. How many saddlers and harness-inakers in the whole county. 14. Hours constitut ing a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $2 50; without board. 57. How many sash, door, and blind makers in the whole county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $2 50; without board. 59. How many shoe-makers in the whole county. 15. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $1 50; with board. 60. How many soda works employés in the whole county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $1 50; without board. 62. How many tailors in the whole county. 12. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $2; without board. 64. How many tinsmiths in the whole county. 8. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, maximum, $3; minimum, $2 50; average, $2 75; without board. 65. How many upholsterers in the whole county. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10.. Wages paid, maxinium, $3; mininium, $2; average, $2 50; without board. 66. How many wheelwrights in the whole county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, maximum, $3; minimum, $2; average, $2 50; without board. 67. How many wine manufacturers in the whole county. 20. Hours constituting a day's. work, 10. Wages paid, $1; without board. FORM No. 3. RELATING TO MINES AND MINERS (CHINESE EXCLUDED). 6. How many gold placer niiners are in your county. 40. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Number of months employed in a year, 3. Wages paid, maximum, $2 50; minimum, $1 50; average, $2; without board. 10. How many gold hydraulic miners are in your county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Number of months employed in the year, 6. Wages paid, maxiinum, $3; minimum, $1 50; average, $2; without board. 27. How many sandstone quarries are in your county. 1. 1. How many auctioneers are employed in your county. 3. Average number of months engaged per anuum, 12. Wages paid, on owner's account. 4. How many barbers are employed in your county. 20. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Wages paid, $40 per month. 5. How many bookkeepers in all departments in your county. 40. Hours constituting a day's work, maximum, 12; minimum, 8; average, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, maximum, $100; minimum, $50; average, $75; without board. 6. How many bricklayers in your county. 10. Hours constituting a day's work, maxi mum, 10; minimum, 8; average, 9. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, maximum, $5; minimum, $4; average, $4 50; without board. 8. How many clerks are employed in insurance offices in your county: 9. Hours con stituting a day's work, 8. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, maximum, $125; ininimum, $40; average, $100; without board. 10. How many clerks are employed in merchandising in your county. 80. Hours con stituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, maximum, $100; ininimum, $40 ; average, $75. 12. How many cooks are employed in your county. 24. "Males, 12; fenales, 12. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, maximum, $50; minimum, $20; average, $40; with board. 13. How many dentists are employed in your county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 13. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, on account self. 15. How many draymen are employed in your county. 20. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, maxi mum, $2; miniinum, $1; average, $1 50; without board. 21. How many florists and gardeners in your county. 1. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, on account of self. 22. How many fishermen in your county. 2. 24. How many journalistic editors in your county. 4. 27. How many hostlers in your county. 14. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Aver age number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $1 50. 31. How many milliners in your county. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, niaximum, $2; minimum, $1; average, $1 50; without board. 32. How many painters (house) in your county. 20. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, maximum, $2 50; minimum, $1 50; average, $2. 34. How many plasterers employed in your county. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 4. Wages paid, maximum, $3; minimum, $2 50. 35. How many printers are employed in your county. 12. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. “Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, max imum, $3; mininum, $1 50; average, $2; without board. 36. How many photographers are employed in your county. 3. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, on own account. 37. How many school teachers are employed in your county. 51. Males, 45; females, 16. Hours constituting a day's work, 6. Average number of months engaged per annun, 12. Wages paid, males, inaximum, $125; mininum, $60; average, $75; without board. Wages paid, females, maximum, $80; minimum, $60; average, $65; without board. 39. How many servants (domestic) are employed in your county: 200. Hours constitut ing a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 8. Wages paid, maximum, $25; ininimum, $10; average, $15; with board. 40. How many telegraph operators are employed in your county. 7. Males, 6; females, 1. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, males, maximum, $75; minimum, $50; average, $60; with out board. Wages paid, females, $60; without board. 41. How many telegraph messenger boys are employed in your county. 1. Hours con stituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $20; without board. 42. How many waiters (restaurant, hotel, etc.) are employed in your county. 40. Males, 28; females, 12. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, males, $40; with board. Wages paid, females, $20; with board. 43. How many watch-makers are employed in your county. 6. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Own account. 47. How many wood-cutters are employed in your county. 50. Hours consituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annuni, 4. Wages paid, maximuni, $3; minimum, $2; without board. FORM No. 4. RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION ON LAND AND WATER (CHINESE EXCLUDED). owners. 1. How many miles of steam railroads in operation are in your county. 32. 2. How many employés of all kinds on above are in your county. 24. Hours constitut ing a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, maximuni, $5; minimum, $1 50; average, $3 50. 11. How many stage drivers in your county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $2; without board. 12. How many teamsters hauling, etc., in your county. 12. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. On account of 13. How many draymen hauling, etc., in your county. 10. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $10; without board. 14. How many agents, railroad, stage, express, and steamboat, in your county. 11. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average nuniber of months engaged per annum, 12.. Wages paid, maximum, $5; minimuni, $4; average, $4 50; withont board. 15. How many men are engaged in express companies in your county. 8. Hours consti tuting å day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12.. Wages paid, "commission on business. FORM No.6. MISCELLANEOUS. 7. What is the minimum price per acre (exclusive of town lots). 25 cents. 8. What is the average price per acre (exclusive of town lots). $25. 25. What is the maximum rent per acre. $7. 26. What is the minimum rent per acre. $4. 27. What is the average rent per acre. $5. Relating to Farm Hands and Road Laborers. 1. What is the total value of all lands and town lots, telegraph lines, mines, and irriga tion ditches in your county. $12,331,123. 2. What is the total value of all the buildings in the towns of your county. $738,744. 9. How are the sanitary conditions of the workshops of mechanics and manufacturers. Good. 12. What is the cost of rent of dwellings generally occupied by the wage workers. $10 per month. 13. What is the cost of rent of rooms generally occupied by the wage workers. $5 to $10 per month. 14. What is the cost of food or board per month. $5 to $10. 15. What is the cost of fuel. Wood, $6 per cord. 17. What is the cost of water for irrigation purposes. $1 50. 24. How many corporations (local) are in your county. 6. 25. Name thein. Modesto Bank, $150,000, paid up; Grange Company of Modesto, $6,000, paid up; Modesto Water Company, $20,000, paid up; Odd Fellows' Hall Association, $10,500, paid up; Modesto Gas Works, $20,000, paid up; Salida Grange Company, $7,000; paid up. 27. Name cash capital invested in them. $300,000. 51. What are the average hours of labor per diem. 10. 54. If from sickness laborers must abstain from work, are any deductions made from his wages. Not often. 57. What is the laborer's condition in general. Morally, good; physically, good; nien tally, good. 65. What are the causes of their idleness. Nothing to do. 68. In what condition are the roads in your county (railroads excluded). Fair. 70. How are the sanitary conditions of the lands in your county. Fair. FORM No. 2. RELATING TO EMPLOYÉS IN MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES (CHINESE EXCLUDED). Form No. 7. RELATING TO CHINESE (EXCLUSIVELY). 1. How many Chinese are in your county. Males, 700; females, 100. 2. What are their conditions. Nearly all doing well in their way. They find employ ment, but not so easy as they used to. 20 per cent, perhaps, are gamblers, and 99 per cent of the women are prostitutes. 3. What are their social habits. Are bad compared to our standard. 5. How many of them are married. 5 per cent that have families here. 7. How many of them are domestic servants. Probably 300. 8. What wages are paid to domestic servants per week. $5; per month, $10 to $25; with board. 13. How many Chinese laundries are in your county. 30. 14. How many Chinese do they employ in your county. 90. 15. How many Chinese cultivate the soil in your county. 100. 16. What wages are paid them per month with board. Usually on their own account. 17. How iny Chinese miners are in your countyFrom 75 to 100. 23. How much do they expend for rent, either per head or collectively, per month. $1,400. 24. How much do they expend for food, per head or collectively, per month, $4,800. 25. What percentage of the food are home products. 50 per cent. 26. What percentage of the food are imported from foreign countries. 50 per cent. 27. How much do they expend for clothing per head each year. Not to exceed $5. 28. What percentage of the clothing is of American manufacture. 20 per cent. 29. What percentage of the clothing is imported. 80 per cent. 30. How much of their yearly earnings are sent out of the country. $20,000. 31. What percentage to the amount of earnings. 18 per cent. 32. To what extent does their employment come in competition with the white industrial classes. Their laundries cut off work from 80 white women. Their employment as cooks and domestic servants cuts off work from say 300 white women who would come into the county if these competitors did not exist. 9. How many blacksmiths in the whole county. 28. FORM No. 4. RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION ON LAND AND WATER (CHINESE EXCLUDED). 1. How many miles of steam railroads in operation in your county. 10. 11. How many stage drivers in your county. 1. 12. How many teamsters hauling, etc., in your county. 3. 13. How many draymen hauling, etc., in your county. 1. 14. How many agents, railroad, stage, express, and steamboat, in your county. 1. FORM No. 5. RELATING TO CLERICAL AND ALL OTHER SKILLED AND UNSKILLED LABOR NOT BEFORE ENUMERATED (CHINESE EXCLUDED). FORM No. 8. RELATING TO INMATES OF JAILS AND OTHER REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS. 1. How many inmates are in your county jail and other reformatory institutions in your county. 17. 2. What are their ages. Males, 13 to 45. 3. What are their nationalities. 60 per cent American, 20 per cent Spanish, and 20 per cent Portuguese. 4. What are their conditions and sanitary habits. Bad. 5. How many of the inmates are employed. 5. 6. What does their employment consist of. Work on the public works. 7. To what extent does their employment come in competition with the labor of mechan ics, artisans, and all other white laborers outside of reforinatory institutions. Not at all. 1. How many barbers are employed in your county. 3. 5. How many bookkeepers in all departments in your county. 6. 6. How many bricklayers in your county, 3. 7. How many clerks are employed in banking institutions in your county. 2. 8. How many clerks are employed in insurance offices in your county. 7. 10. How many clerks eniployed in general merchandising in your county. 10. 11. How many clerks are employed in county and town governments in your county. 4. 14. How many draughtsmen are employed in your county. 1. 15. How many draymen are employed in your county. 1. 16. How many dress and cloak makers in your county. 4. 18. How many engineers (civil) in your county. 3. 22. How many fisherman in your county. 1. 25. How many journalistic reporters in your county. 1. 26. How many hod carriers in your county. 3. 27. How many hostlers in your county. .7. 32. How many painters (house) in your county. 3. 34. How many plasterers are employed in your county. 1. 35. How many printers are employed in your county. 5. 37. How many school teachers are employed in your county. 38. 40. How many telegraph operators are employed in your county. 2. 42. How many waiters (restaurant, hotel, etc.) are employed in your county. 4. 47. How many wood-cutters are employed in your county. 40. SUTTER COUNTY. FORM No. 6. MISCELLANEOUS. Statistical Statement made by W. F. Peck, Assessor of Sutter County. FORM No. 1. RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. 1. How many acres of land (exclusive of town lots) does your county contain. 376,000. 2. How many acres of land (exclusive of town lots) are under cultivation. 200,000. 3. How many acres of land (exclusive of town lots) are unfit for cultivation. 96,000. 6. What is the maximum price per acre (exclusive of town lots). $150. 1. What is the total value of all lands and town lots in your county. $5,936,000. 2. What is the total value of all the buildings in the towns of your county. $97,840. 3. What is the total value of all the machineries used for mechanical and manufacturing purposes. $5,000. 24. How many corporations (local) are in your county. 9. Relating to Farm Hands and Road Laborers. 25. Name them. Farmers' Union of Yuba City, Farmers' Union of Live Oak, Farmers' Union of Somo Station, Sutter County Cannery, People's Warehouse of Nicolaus, Nicolaus Warehouse, Live Oak Hall, North Butte Hall, Sutter Publishing Company 26. Name capital stock of each. Farners' Union of Yuba City, $50,000; Farmers' Union of Live Oak, $5,000; Farmers' Union of Sorno Station, $5,000; Sutter County Cannery, $50,000; People's Warehouse of Nicolaus, $5,000; Nicolaus Warehouse, $5,000; Live Oak Hall, $1,000; North Butte Hall, $2,000; Sutter Publishing Company, $5,000. 28. Total amount of hands employed in each. At nt, in summer, 5 to 15. FORM No. 7. RELATING TO CHINESE (EXCLUSIVELY). 1. How many Chinese are in your county. Males, 500; females, 2. 2. What are their conditions. Average. 3. What are their social habits. Chinese. 4. What are their sanitary habits. Fair. 5. How many of them are married. 2. 6. How many of them are employed. All, or nearly. 7. How many of them are domestic servants. 50. 8. What wages are paid to domestic servants per week. $5; per month, $20; with board, 9. How many of them are cooks. 50. 10. What wages are paid them per week. $5; per month, $20; with board. 11. How niany are laundrymen. 30. 13. How many Chinese laundries are in your county. 8. 14. How many Chinese do they enıploy in your county. 30. 15. How many Chinese cultivate the soil in your county. 300. 19. How many of them are employed in manufactures of all kinds. 4. 20. Name the various industries and number employed in each of them. Making cans, 4, 21. What are the wages paid them in each of the industries employed. Work by the piece. 32. To what extent does their employment come in competition with the white industrial classes. An unlimited extent. 42. What are the maximum wages paid (including board). From $2 to $3 per day. 43. What are the niinimum wages paid (including board). About $30 per month. 44. What are the average wages paid (including board). About $26 per month. 45. What industry of agriculture pays the maximum. Harvest. 46. What industry of agriculture pays the minimum. Winter seeding. 47. How many months are laborers generally employed. All the year. 49. What are the maximum hours of labor per diem. From 10 to 15. 50. What are the minimum hours of labor per diem. About 10. 51. What are the average hours of labor per diem. About 12. 52. Are those working over the regular hours constituting a day's work paid extra. No. 54. If from sickness laborers must abstain from work, are any deductions made from their wages. Yes. 57. What is the laborer's condition generally. Morally, generally dissipated; physically, good; mentally, on an average with the world. 66. What steps can be taken, or what is necessary, to obtain employment for all in your county. Plenty of work for all. 68. In what condition are the roads in your county (railroads excluded). Very good. 69. Can you suggest anything that will ameliorate the condition of the laborers and accrue to their benefit. Let them work to the interest of their employers. 70. How are the sanitary conditions of the lands in your county. Very good. FORM No. 2. RELATING TO EMPLOYÉS IN MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES (CHINESE EXCLUDED). FORM No. 8. RELATING TO INMATES OF JAILS AND OTHER REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS. 1. How many inmates are in your county jail and other reformatory institutions in your county. Males, 1. 2. What are their ages. 54. What are their conditions and sanitary habits. Fair. 7. To what extent does their employment come in competition with the labor of mechan ics, artisans, and all other wbite laborers outside of reformatory institutions. Not at all, TEHAMA COUNTY. Statistical Statement made by Jackson Eby, Assessor of Tehama County. FORM No. 1. RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. 1. How many acres of land (exclusive of town lots) does your county contain. About 2,000,000. 2. How many acres of land (exclusive of town lots) are under cultivation. About 301,000. 3. How inany acres of land (exclusive of town lots) are unfit for cultivation. About 1,699,000. 4. How many acres of land (exclusive of town lots) are timber land. Three fourths con tain timber. 5. How many acres of land (exclusive of town lots) are open for preëmption. About 500,000 6. What is the maximum price per acre (exclusive of town lots). For deeded land, about $75 per acre. 7. What is the minimum price per acre (exclusive of town lots). About 50 cents. 8. What is the average price per acre (exclusive of town lots). About $5. 13. How many have from twenty-five to fifty acres. 20. 14. How many have from fifty to one hundred acres. 45. 15. How many have from one hundred to two hundred and fifty acres. 200. 16. How niany have from two hundred and fifty to five hundred acres. 300. 17. How many have from five hundred to one thousand acres. 350. 18. How many have from one thousand to two thousand five hundred acres. 100. 19. How many have from two thousand five hundred to five thousand acres. 100. 20. How many have five thousand acres and over. 50. 21. How many ranches are worked by owners. Nearly all. 22. How many ranches are worked in shares between owner and renter. Very few. 24. How many ranches are rented. Very few. 27. What is the average rent per acre. Some third, some fourth of crop. 32. What is the value of all the agricultural implements in your county. $25,000. 2. How many awning-makers are employed in the whole county. 2. Hours constitut ing a day's work, 12. Wages paid, maximum, $4; minimum, $3; with board. 7. How many bakers in the whole county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 15. Wages paid, $2 50; with board. 8. How many brewers in the whole county. 7. Hours constituting a day's work, 15. Wages paid, $2 50; with board. 13. How many brick-makers in the whole county. 30. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Wages paid, $3; with board. 14. How many broom-makers in the whole county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $2 50; with board. 18. How many cabinet-makers in the whole county. 5. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Wages paid, $2 50; with board. 23. How many carriage and wagon makers in the whole county. 8. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Wages paid, $3; with board. 25. How many cement-makers in the whole county. 3. Hours constituting a day's work, 5. Wages paid, $1 50; with board. 27. How many confectioners in the whole county. 1. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Wages paid, $3; with board. 33. How many employés in dairies in the whole county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 15. Wages paid, $1; with board. 37 How many gunsmiths in the whole county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $3; with board. 44. How many marble-cutters in the whole county. 10. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Wages paid, $3 ; with board. 46. How many millers in the whole county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Wages paid, $3; with board. 54. How many saddlers and harness-makers in the whole county. 10. Hours constitut ing a day's work, 12. Wages paid, $1 50; with board. 57. How many sash, door, and blind makers in the whole county. 10. Hours constitut ing a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $3; with board. 59. How many shoe-makers in the whole county. 10. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Wages paid, $1 50; with board. 60. How many soda works employés in the whole county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 8. Wages paid, $1* 50; with board. 61. How many stone-cutters in the whole county. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $3. 62. How many tailors in the whole county. 12. Hours constituting a day's work, 15. Wages paid, $2; with board. 63. How many tanners in the whole county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $2; with board. 64. How many tinsmiths in the whole county. 10. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Wages paid, $2 50; with board. 65. How many upholsterers in the whole county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 15. Wages paid, $3; with board. 66. How many wheelwrights in the whole county. 1. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $3; with board. 67. How many wine manufacturers in the whole county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $2 50; with board. 738 FORM No. 4. RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION ON LAND AND WATER (CHINESE EXCLUDED), 1. How many miles of steam railroads in operation are in your county. 40.54. 11. How many stage drivers in your county. 4. Average hours per day, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $2. 14. How many agents, railroad, stage, express, and steamboat, in your county. 6. Aver age hours per day, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $3. 43. How many watch-makers are employed in your county. 3. Hours constituting a day's work, 15. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $5; without board. 44. How many well-borers (artesian) are employed in your county. 1 set. Average num ber of months engaged per annum, 1. "Wages paid, $5; without board. FORM No. 6. MISCELLANEOUS. FORM No. 5. RELATING TO CLERICAL AND ALL OTHER SKILLED AND UNSKILLED LABOR NOT BEFORE ENUMERATED (CHINESE EXCLUDED). 1. What is the total value of all lands and town lots in your county. About $5,200,000. 2. What is the total value of all the buildings in the towns of your county. $595,000. 3. What is the total value of all machineries used for mechanical and manufacturing purposes. About $240,000. 12. What is the cost of rent of dwellings generally occupied by the wage workers. From $5 to $10. 13. What is the cost of rent of rooms generally occupied by the wage workers. From $3 to $5. 14. What is the cost of food or board per month. From $16 to $20. 16. What is the cost of water for household purposes, per month. $1 50 to $2. 17. What is the cost of water for irrigation purposes. "About $3. FORM No. 7. RELATING TO CHINESE (EXCLUSIVELY). 13. How many Chinese laundries are in your county. 4. 15. How many Chinese cultivate the soil in your county. 40. TRINITY COUNTY. Statistical Statement made by the Assessor of Trinity County. FORM No. 1. RELATING TO AGRICULTURE. 1. How many auctioneers are employed in your county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of month's engaged per annum, 1. Wages paid, $3; with board. 4. How many barbers are employed in your county. 7. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $2; without board. 5. How many bookkeepers in all departments in your county. 40. Hours constituting a day's work, 15. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $4; without board. 6. How many bricklayers in your county. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum,4. Wages paid, $3; without board. 7. How many clerks are employed in banking institutions in your county. 3. Hours constituting a day's work, 8. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $4; without board. 11. How many clerks are en ployed in county and town governments in your county, 10. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $3; without board. 13. How many dentists are employed in your county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $3; without board. 15. How many draymen are employed in your county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $3; without board. 16. How many dress and cloak makers in your county. 8. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $1 25; without board, 17. How many engravers in your county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 15. Aver age number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $3; without board. 18. How many engineers (civil) in your county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 6. Average number of months engaged per annum, 1. Wages paid, $25; without board. 19. How many engineers (stationary engines) in your county. 40. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annun, 4. Wages paid, $4; with board, 23. How many glaziers in your county. 15. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $3; with board. 25. How many journalistic reporters in your county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 15. 'Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $3; without board. 27. How many hostlers in your county. 8. Hours constituting a day's work, 15. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $2 50; without board, 30. How many lumbermen in your county.' 300. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 6. Wages paid, $150; with board. 31. How many milliners in your county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Aver age number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $1 25; without board. 32. How many painters (house) in your county. 12. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annun, 8. Wages paid, $2; without board. 34. How many plasterers are employed in your county. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum,5. Wages paid, $3; without board. 35. How many printers are enployed in your county. 15. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. `Average nuruber of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $2; without board. 36. How many photographers are employed in your county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $5; without board. 37. How many school teachers are employed in your county. 60. Hours constituting a day's work, 6. Average number of months engaged per annum, 9. Wages paid, $3 ; without board. 41. How many telegraph messenger boys are employed in your county. 1. Hours con stituting a day's work, 15. Average number of months engaged per annum, Wages paid, $1; without board. 42. How many waiters (restaurant, hotel, etc.) are employed in your county. 24. 4. 10. 2. How many acres of land (exclusive of town lots) are under cultivation. 4,100. 3. How many acres of land (exclusive of town lots) are unfit for cultivation. Six eighths of the county. 6. What is the maximum price per acre (exclusive of town lots). $5 50. 7. What is the minimum price per acre (exclusive of town lots). $2 10. 8. What is the average price per acre (exclusive of town lots). $3 80. 9. How many ranches are in your county. 264. 10. How many ranch owners. 218. 11. How many have from three to ten acres. 102. 12. How many have from ten to twenty-five acres. 44. 13. How many have from twenty-five to fifty acres. 30. 14. How many have froin fifty to one hundred acres. 20. 15. How many have from one hundred to two hundred and fifty acres. 16. How many have froin two hundred and fifty to five hundred acres. 17. How many have from five hundred to one thousand acres. 3. 18. How many have from one thousand to two thousand five hundred acres. 3. 19. How many have from two thousand five hundred to five thousand acres. 2. 21. How many ranches are worked by owners. 180. 24. How many ranches are rented. 38. 32. What is the value of all the agricultural implements in your county. $5,260. Relating to Farm Hands and Road Laborers. 37. How many laborers (Chinese excluded) are employed in agriculture in your county. About 300. 38. What are their ages. From 16 to 60. 42. What are the maximum wages paid (including board) per month. $40. 43. What are the minimum wages paid (including board) per month. $20. 44. What are the average wages paid (including board) per month. $30. 47. How many months in the year are laborers generally employed. 9. 48. When unemployed in agriculture what industry do they pursue to gain a livelihood, Mining, trapping, and hunting, 49. What are the maximum hours of labor per diem. 10. 54. If from sickness laborers must abstain from work, are any deductions made from his wages. Not generally. 55. How many road laborers are in your county. 18. 56. What is the wages paid to them. $50. 57. What is the laborer's condition in general. Morally, good; physically, good; mentally, good. 58. How many laborers (exclusive of Chinese) are in your county unemployed. About 75. 61. Their nationality. Cannot tell. 62. What are their ages. From 18 to 60. 12. 66. What steps can be taken, or what is necessary, to obtain employment for all in your county. Erect manufactories. 68. In what condition are the roads in your county. Very good. 70. How are the sanitary conditions of the lands in your county. Very good. FORM No. 2. RELATING TO EMPLOYÉS IN MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES (CHINESE EXCLUDED). 8. How many brewers in the whole county. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $50; with board. 9. How many blacksmiths in the whole county. 23. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $60; with board. 16. How many cabinet-makers in the whole county. 3. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $75; with board. 21. How many carpenters and joiners in the whole county. 25. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $65 ; with board. 23. How many carriage and wagon makers in the whole county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $80; with board. 33. How many employés in dairies in the whole county. 50. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, males, $50. Wages paid, females, $20; with board. 37. How many gunsmiths in the whole county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $75; with board. 42. How many employés in limekilns in the whole county. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $60; with board. 43. How many machinists in the whole county. 21. 46. How many millers in the whole county. 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $60; with board. 58. How many shingle-makers in the whole county. 10. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $60; with board. 59. How many shoe-makers in the whole county. 10. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $60. 62. How many tailors in the whole county. 1. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. 64. How many tinsmiths in the whole county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work. 10. Wages paid, $75; with board. 65. How many upholsterers in the whole county. 1. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $75; with board. 19. How many engineers (stationary engines) in your county. 2. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 8. Wages paid, $65; with board. 24. How many journalistic editors in your county. 1. 27. How many hostlers in your countý. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 10. Wages paid, $40; with board. 28. How many laundrymen in your county. 6. Chinese only. 30. How many lumbernen in your county. 18. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 9. Wages paid, $50; with board. 31. How many milliners in your county. 1. 32. How many painters (house) in your county. 2. No regular employment. 34. How many plasterers are employed in your county. 1. No regular einployment. 35. How many printers are employed in your county. 3. Males, 2; females, 1. Wages paid, males, $50; females, $40; with board. 37. How many school teachers are employed in your county. 16. Males, 6; females, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 8. Wages paid,' males, $95; females, $60; without board. 39. How many servants (domestic) are employed in your county. 10. Hours constitut ing a day's work, 10. Wages paid, females, $35; with board. 40. How many telegraph operators are enployed in your county. 1. 42. How many waiters (restaurant, hotel, etc.) are employed in your county. 16. Males, 12; females, 4. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, males, $50; females, $25; with board. 47. How many wood-cutters are employed in your county. 12. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Aggregate number of months engaged per annum, 8. Wages paid, $60; with board. FORM No. 6. MISCELLANEOUS. 1. What is the total value of all lands and town lots in your county. $180,647. 2. What is the total value of all the buildings in the towns of your county. $73,562. 5. To what extent does the apprenticeship system prevail in the various skilled indus tries in your county. Nothing. 6. Are any trades unions in your county. No. 12. What is the cost of rent of dwellings generally. $5 to $10 per month. 14. What is the cost of food or board per month. $13 to $15. 15. What is the cost of fuel. Wood, $5 to $8. 16. What is the cost of water for household purposes per month. $3. 17. What is the cost of water for irrigation purposes. $4. 24. How many corporations (local) are in your county. 15. 25. Name them. Bully Chorp Quartz, Mary Bloom Quartz, Mountain Brown Quartz, Brown Bear Quartz, Brunswick Quartz, Lone Jack Quartz, Hard Tack Quartz, FORM No. 3. RELATING TO MINES AND MINERS (CHINESE EXCLUDED). 3. How many coal mines are in your county. 1. 4. How many coal miners are in your county. 175. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. 5. How many gold placer mines are in your county. 50. 6. How many gold placer miners are in your county. 350. 7. How many gold quartz mines are in your county. 75. 8. How many gold quartz miners are in your county. 250. 9. How many gold hydraulic mines are in your county. 200. 19. How many quicksilyer mines are in your county. 3. FORM No. 7. RELATING TO CHINESE (EXCLUSIVELY). FORM No. 4. RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION ON LAND AND WATER (CHINESE EXCLUDED). 11. How many stage drivers in your county. Miles of roads, 240. Number of men, 4. Average hours per day, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $60, with board. 12. How many teamsters hauling, etc., in your county. 18. Average hours per day, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 8. Wages paid, $60; with board. 14. How many agents, stage and express, in your county. 4. Average hours per day, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $75; with board. 15. How many men are engaged in express companies in your county. 2. Average hours per day, 10. Average number of months engaged per annum, 13. Wages paid, $75; with board. 1. How many Chinese in your county. Males, about 400; females, 50. 3. What are their social habits. Industrious and law-abiding. 4. What are their sanitary habits. No good. 5. How many of them are married. 5. 6. How many of them are employed. Nearly all in merchandising and mining. 7. How many of thein are doniestic servants. 18. 8. What wages are paid to domestic servants per week. $7; per month, $20; with board. 9. How many of them are cooks. Don't know. 10. What wages are paid to them per week. $8; per month, $20 to $30; with board. 11. How many are laundrymen. *14. 12. What wages do they earn per month. $30 to $60; with board. 15. How many Chinese cultivate the soil in your county. About 40. 16. What wages are paid them per month with board. $20 to $30. 17. How many Chinese miners are in your county. About 300. 18. What wages do they earn. From $10 upward. 24. How much do they expend for food, per head or collectively, per month. About $10. 25. What percentage of the food are honie products. One third. 26. What percentage of the food are imported from foreign countries. Two thirds. 29. What percentage of the clothing is imported. Nearly all. 30. How much of their yearly earnings are sent out of the country. Nearly all. FORM No. 5. RELATING TO CLERICAL AND ALL OTHER SKILLED AND UNSKILLED LABOR NOT BEFORE ENUMERATED (CHINESE EXCLUDED). 3. How many assayers and chemists are employed in your county. 1. 4. How many barbers are employed in your county. 4. 10. How many clerks employed in general merchandising in your county. 20. Hours constituting a day's work, 12. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid $30 to $75. 11. How many clerks are employed in county and town governments in your county. 1. Hours constituting a day's work, 8. Average number of months engaged per annum, 12. Wages paid, $1,800 per year. 12. How many cooks are employed in your county. 6. Hours constituting a day's work, 10. Wages paid, $40; with board. 13. How many dentists are employed in your town. 1. 16. How many dress and cloak makers in your town, 5. 48 25 |