Our Public Debt: An Historical Sketch with a Description of United States Securities

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United States Public Debt

April 1, 1919 Compiled from official data See note next page.

OLD DEBT BEARING INTEREST
InterestRedeemable or
Title of LoanRatePayablePayableOutstanding
Consols of 19302 Q. Jan.After April 1, 1930$599,724,050
Loan of 19254Q. Feb.After Feb. 1, 1925118,489,900
Panama Canal,
Series 19062Q. Feb.After Aug. 1, 191648,954,180
Payable Aug. 1, 1936
Series 19082Q. Feb.After Nov. 1, 191825,947,400
Payable Nov. 1, 1938
Series 19113Q. Mar.Payable June 1, 196150,000,000
Conversion Bonds3Q. Jan.Payable30 years from
date, 1916-17
28,894,500
Postal Savings
Bonds
J. & J.After 1 year from date11,350,760
Payable 20 years from
date,
1911-18
Aggregate non-war interest-bearing debt$883,360,790
Matured non-war debt upon which interest has ceased4,437,250
Total non-war bonded debt$887,798,040
OLD DEBT NOT BEARING INTEREST
United States Notes $346,681,016
Less Gold Reserve 152,979,025$193,701,991
Old Demand Notes53,012
Fractional Currency6,844,418
National Bank Notes and Federal Reserve
Bank Notes assumed by the United States
upon deposit of lawful money for their
retirement
42,546,190243,145,611
Total Old Debt$1,130,943,651
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Available as security for bank notes

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