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SERVICES AMDSEkENTS AND HOTELS 



SUMMARY BY STATES 
AND KINDS OF BUSINESS 






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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMEIK'E 

O-w, i Uaoiei C. Roper, SecreJary 

Bl KEAl OF THE CEiNSl S 

William L. Austin, Director 



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CENSUS OF AMERICAN BUSINESS: 19:$3 



A CIVIL WORKS ADMIMSTRATION FKOJECT 



SERVICES, AxMUSEMENTS, 
AND HOTELS 

VOLUME I 

UNITED STATES SUMMARY 

BY KINDS OF BUSINESS AND BY STATES 







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MAY, lOa'i 



]L. S^ DEPARTMENT OF COMMERC E 
Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 



BUREAU OF THE C ENSUS 
filliam L. Austin, Director 



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This is one of a series of reports presenting the 
findings of the 1933 Census of American Business. The 
statistics are based on information collected during 1934 
in a field canvass with funds provided by the Federal 
Civil Works Administration, 

The reports are prepared under the supervision of 
Fred A. Gosnell. Chief Statistician, by William A. Ruff, 
in charge of Service Establishments, Places of Amusement 
and Hotels, assisted by Ralph C. Janoschka. 






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Form 2 

BUSINESS CENSUS 
C.W.A. Project 



CONFIDENTIAL GOVERNMENT REPORT 



Department of Commerce 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

WASHINGTON 



SUPERVISOR'S DISTRICT 



No. 



ENUMERATION DISTRICT 



No. 



NUMBER OF REPORT 



CENSUS OF AMERICAN BUSINESS, 1933 

A separate report should be prepared for everv retail or wholesale place of business, every service business, hotel, theater, or other place of amusement. Combined 
reports for two or more establishments, even though under the same management or ownership, cannot be accepted e.xcept on special instructions [rom Washington 

All reports should cover, if possible, the full year's operations tor 1933, even if ownership has changed during the year. If the fiscal year ends withm a montn beiore 
December 31 the liscal year can be reported. Otherwisa report the business of the 12 months of the calendar year 1933. ,.,,■, *i„„ 

Units of chains which must be reported from the home office should fill out this form as far as possible; at least blocks 1, 2, and 3. (The balance or the mlormation 
will be obtained by Washington from the chain's home oflice.) . ^ . .u t> r h. n»«„..„ ■„,i,;nt. 

Only sworn employees of the Bureau of the Census will be permitted to examine your report, and no information will be given out by the Bureau of tne census wnicn 
would disclose, exactly or approximately, any of the figures in your report; provided that identifying data may be used to compile a central card hie of business establish- 
ments in the United Stales for Governmenl statistical purposes. 

1. DESCRIPTION OF ESTABLISHMENT: 

(a) Name of establishment - — — 

(6) Name of owner — -- - - - - 

/'State — 

City, town, or village 
(c) Location op estab- 
lishment. ^ 



County Township - 



Street and number — — - 

Is this street and number located within the corporate limits of the city, town, or 

. village? (Yes or No) - - - -- 

{(£) Was this establishment in operation in 1929? (Yes or No) — - -- 

(e) Number op establishments in same line op business owned by this organization, anywhere in 
THE United States _ - 



(DO NOT USE) 



(J) Where is the h ome office (give post-office address). 
2. KIND OF BUSINESS: 



Check function 



(a) 



Wholesale D 

Retail. D 

Kind of business - — - - -- { Service n 



(Give usual name or designation based on major kind of merchandise sold or major service rendered) 

EXAMPLES. — Grocery store (or wholesale grocer), meat market, delicatessen, hardware store {or 
hardware wholesaler), barber shop, department store, restaurant, sugar broker, motion picture thea- 
ter, bowling alley, laundry, auto repair shop, parking lot, etc. If several distinct lines of merchan- 
dise are handled in substantial amounts, the designation may be general store, general merchandise 
wholesaler, variety store, etc. 

(6) Name the principal lines of goods sold or handled, or principal sources of operating revenue, in 
order of their importance based on volume of business done in 1933: 



Amusement D 

Miscellaneous D 



(1) 

(2) 

f3). 



(4) 

(5) 
(6) 



(DO NOT USE) 



TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT OR OPERATION: 

(Check the principal function performed or type of operation; i.e., the ftmction or type that accounts for more than 60% of the business of the establishment. 
(See "Instructions to Enumerators.") (Check only one.) 

FOR WHOLESALE FOR RETAILERS 



Assembler and country buyer D 

Auction company D 

Broker _ D 

Bulk tank station D 

Cash-and-carry wholesaler D 

Commission merchant n 

Cooperative marketing association D 

Drop shipper or desk jobber D 

Export merchant D 

Export agency D 

Importer. D 

Import agency D 

Jobber D 

Mail-order wholesaler D 

Manufacturers' agent (for 2 or more mfgrs.).. D 
Manufacturers' sales branch (owned by mfgr.). n 

Selling agent n 

Supply & machinery distributor D 

Warehouse (chain store) D 

"Wagon distributor" D 

Wholesale merchant D 

Wholesaler-retailer (about equally divided).. D 
Other type (specify) 



47. Company store (commissary) D 

42. Direct selling (house-to-house) D 

50. Leased department in a store D 

44. Mail-order house n 

43. Market stand or roadside stand D 

61. Utihty-operated store (electric or gas Co.) D 

10. Local independent D 

20. Local chain (all imits are in one community).. D 



30. Sectional or national chain (with more than 

local units). D 

SI. Retailer-wholesale: (about equally divided).. D 
73. Retailer-country buyer (retailer who also 
buys local foodstufis for shipment to other 

dealers) D 

Other type (specify) 



FOR SERVICE BUSINESSES, AMUSEMENTS. AIRPORTS, AND MISCELLANEOUS 



10. Local independent D 

20. Unit of chain or system n 



50. Concession operator n 

What kind of concession? 



FOR HOTELS (answer each line) 
10. Local independent operation D 20. Unit of chahi or system D 



1. Year round □ 

2. Seasonal D 



1. American plan D 

2. Eiu-opean plan D 

3. Both a 



1. Mainly transient D 

2. Mainly permanent ... — D 

3. About half of each n 



1. If seasonal, open how many months in year? 



2. Number of guest rooms . 



4. EMPLOYMENT DATA: 

(a) Number of proprietors and firm members (of partnerships or sole ownerships only) 

{Do not include salaried officers of corporations, or inactive partners.) 
(6) Number of paid employees, full-time and part-time, on pay roll December 30, 1933, or other more representative date. 



[Males 

including salaried executives, salesmen, clerks, operatives, etc. I 

[Females 

(c) Number of all paid employees on paj' roll nearest the 15th of each month: {Do not include non-salaried proprietors.) 



Month 



January- 
February 
March -.. 
April 



Full-time 



Part-time 



Month 



May 

June 

July.— . 
August- 



Full-time 



Part-time 



Month 



September- 
October 

November . 
December- 



Full-time 



Part-time 



Average. 



5. OPERATING EXPENSES (NOT INCLUDING COST OF MERCHANDISE): 

(a) Total salaries and wages paid to all employees for the year 1933, or period covered by this report... 

(Do not include compensation of proprietors and firm members of partnerships or sole ownerships.) 

(b) All other operating expenses (rent, interest, traveling expenses, advertising, overhead, and aU other 

expenses except pay roll) 

(In a theater or otiier place of entertainmeiit the cost affile rental, attractions, and outside professional services is included here.) 
Total operating expenses ("a" plus "b", but not including cost of merchandise) 



(c) 
(d) 



How much of pay roll (included in "a" above) was paid to part-time employees.. S_ 



6. NET SALES OR TOTAL OPERATING RECEIPTS: 

(a) Receipts from sale of merchandise (deduct returned sales). 

(Brokers and wholesale agents must report selling value of goods and not commissions received.) 

(b) Receipts from service sales, parking, storage, repairs, cartage, cleaning, etc 

(c) Receipts from room rentals (hotels, auto camps, etc.) 



(d) Receipts from sale of meals (and from fountain) 

(e) Receipts from admissions (theaters and other places of amusement, athletic contests, dance halls, 

billiard halls, bowling alleys, etc.) 

(/) Receipts from other sources (specify sources) : 



(g) Total net sales or operating receipts (total of a to /). 



7. STOCKS ON HAND: 

(a) Value of merchandise (at cost or replacement) on hand for sale December 31, 1933, or nearest inven- 
tory date S- 



8. SUPPLEMENTAL FACTS: 

(a) Credit. (To be answered by all.) How much of total receipts (6 g above) represents credit business?. $.. 
(Include sales made on weekly, 10-day, 30-day, end-of-month, installment or other credit basis — all except strictly cash sales.) 

(6) Sales Tax. (To be answered by all.) How much of total receipts (6 g above) represents sales tax?. $.. 

(c) Wholesalers. (To be answered by all types of wholesale establishments.) Of the total sales re- 
ported in block 6 above, give the amount of 

1. Sales to retailers (for resale) $-. 



2. Sales to consumers (at retail). 

3. Sales to industrial users. 



(d) Retailers. (To be answered by retailers.) How much, if any, of your total sales were made to 
other retailers? 



Remarks: 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this schedule is correct and complete to the best of my knowledge and 
belief, and covers the period from , 19 , to ., 19 



(Signature and official title of person furnishing the information) 



(Signature of Enumerator) 



O. B. OOVnUfllENT PRDtTINO omn^ IMS 11 11141 



(Date of signature) 



., 1934. 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT S , PLACES OF AMUSEMENT 
AND HOTELS : 1955 



PLAN OF PRESENTATION 



Volume I. — United States Summary, by Kinds of Business 

and by States. — Contains explanation of terms 
and classifications, and summary tables 
showing for the United States as a whole by 
kinds of business the data developed by the 
census; also tables presenting State totals. 

Volume II. -Statistics by States. — Contains explanation of 
terms and classifications, and tables for each 
State showing by kinds of business the number of 
establishments, receipts, proprietors, full-time 
and part-time employment, payroll, expenses, em- 
ployment (by months), and sex of employees. 

Volume III. -Statistics for Counties and Cities. — Presents 
data for counties and cities, by States, for 
number of establishments, receipts, proprietors, 
full-time employees, total payroll, and part-time 
payroll. For each county and city of 2,500 or 
more inhabitants, totals are shown for three 
separate groups: Service establishments, places 
of amusement and hotels. The same data are 
shown for detailed kind of business classifica- 
tions for cities of 50,000 inhabitants or over. 

Volume IV. — Hotels: 1933 and 1929. — Compares 1933 and 1929 
Census data for hotels with 25 guest rooms and 
more. 

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CONTENTS 



General Explanations 
Scope of the report 
Area and period covered 
Explanation of Terms 
Definition of Classifications 
General Analysis 
Kinds of Busi.-iess 
Geographic Concentration of 
Service Establishments, 
Places of Amusement, and 
Hotels 



Pages 

I-II 
II 

III-IV 
V-XIV 

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Pages 

Per Capita Expenditures XVI-XVII 

Employment, by months XIX 

Sex of employees XIX 
Service establishments 

classified by size XXI 
Places of Amusement 

classified by size XXII-XXIII 

Hotels classified by size XXIII 

Analysis of receipts XXIII-XXIV 

Chains and Independents XXV 

Date of establishment XXV-XXVIII 



TABLES 



Table 4. 



Table 1. - United States Summaries - Establishments, Receipts, 
Employment, Pay Rolls, and Expenses; 
Table 1. By Kinds of Business 

By Geographic Divisions and States 

Service Establishments 

Places of Amusement 

Hotels 
Table 2. - Table presenting data for Counties and Cities of 2,500 or more 

inhabitants is published in Volume III of this series. 
Table 3. - United States Summaries - Monthly Employment and Sex Data: 

By Kinds of Business 

By Geographic Divisions and States 

Service Establishments 

Places of Amusement 

Hotels 

summaries - Number and Receipts, by Size of Establishment: 

Service Establishments and Places of Amusement, by Kinds 
of Business 

Service Establishments 

Places of Amusement 

Hotels 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers 

Cartage and Trucking Establishments 

Barber Shops 

Beauty Parlors 

Shoe Repair Shops 

Motion Picture; and Motion Picture and Vaudeville Theatres 

Billiard and Pool Parlors, and Bowling Alleys 
Table 5. - United States Summaries - Analysis of Receipts: 

By Kinds of Business 

By Geographic Divisions and States 

Separately for Service Establishments, Places of amusement, 
and Hotels 



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IB. 
IC. 
ID. 



Table 3. 

3A. 

3B. 

3C. 

3D. 
United States 
Table 4. 

4A. 
4B. 
4C. 
4D. 
4E. 
4F. 
4G. 
4H. 
41. 
4K. 
United States 
Table 5. 
5A. 
5B. 



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3 
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9-11 

12-13 

14-15 

16-17 



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Contents (Contd.) 

Table 6. - United States Summaries - Number of Establishments, Receipts, and 

Expenses, for Chains and Independents; Pages 

Table 6. By Geographic Divisions and States 32 

6A. Service Establishments 33 

6B. Places of Amusement 34 

6C. Hotels 35 
Table 7. - United States Summaries - Number of Establishments, and Receipts, by Date 
of Establishment: 

Table 7. By Kinds of Business 36-37 

7A. By Geographic Divisions and States 38 

7B, Service Establishments 39 

7C. Places of Amusement 40 

7D. Hotels 41 

7E. Funeral Directors and Embalmers 42 

7F. Cartage and Trucking Establishments 43 

7G. Barber Shops 44 

7H. Beauty Parlors 45 

71- Shoe Repair Shops 46 

7K. Motion Picture; and Motion Picture and Vaudeville Theatres 47 

7L. Billiard and Pool Parlors, and Bowling Alleys 48 
Table 8. - United States Summary - Service Receipts, of Wholesale Establishments, 

by Kinds of Business 49 
Table 9. - United States Summary - Service Receipts, of Retail Establishments, by 

Kinds of Business 49 
Table 10.- United States Summary - Service Receipts of Wholesale and Retail Estab- 
lishments, by Geographic Divisions and States 50 



CHARTS 



Chart I. - Concentration of Business of Service Establishments, Places of Opposite I 

Amusement, and Hotels. 
Chart II. - Service Establishments — Receipts and Number of Establishments by 2a 

States. 
Chart III. - Service Establishments — Full-time Payroll and Number of Full-time 2b 

Employees by States. 
Chart IV. - Places of Amusement — Receipts and Number of Establishments by States. 4a 
Chart V. - Places of Amusement — Full-time Payroll and Number of Full-time 4j 

Employees by States. 
Chart VI. - Hotels — Receipts and Number of Establishments by States. 4c 

Chart VII. - Hotels — Full-time Payroll and Number of Full-time Employees by States. 4d 
Chart VIII. - Monthly Employment of Service Establishments, Places of Amusement, XVIII 

and Hotels, for the United States. 
Chart IX. - Receipts and Number of Establishments, by Size of Establishment, for XX 

Service Establishments, Places of Amusement, and Hotels. 
Cart X. - Number of Establishments, and Receipts, by Date of Establishment, for XXVI 
Service Establishments, Places of Amusement, and Hotels. 

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SERVICE E STABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMU SEME NT 
AND HOTELS: 1933 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



This report contains summary tables for the United States, by kinds of business and by 
States, presenting the results of the first nation-wide census of service estblishments 
and places of amusement taken as part of the 1933 Census of American Business. Hotels 
which are also covered in this publication were canvassed for the first time in connection 
with the 1930 census of distribution. Additional data for States, counties and cities of 
2,500 inhabitants or more are contained in other volumes. (See "Plan of Presentation"). 

S COP E OF THE CENSU S. The census was taken by enumerators who visited each place of 

business for the purpose of obtaining the required census report. Separate reports were 
secured for each place of business, even though two or more establishments were under the 
same ownership. The census includes only businesses which could be readily identified by the 
enumerators and does not include businesses conducted from the residence of the proprietor 
without a sign or other indication that it was a business establishment. 

The classification "service estblishments" as used in this report includes places of 
business performing personal service for the public such as barber shops, beauty parlors, 
shoe shine parlors, hand laundries and similar establishments; business services such as credit 
and collection agencies, cartage and trucking establishments, etc.; mechanical repair services 
such as automobile top and body repair shops, electrical repair shops, watch, clockand jewelry 
repair shops, blacksmith shops and other classes of shops making mechanical repairs; and 
miscellaneous services such as window cleaning, storage garages, parking lots, etc. Places 
of amusement serving the public for revenue such as theatres, amusement parks, shooting 
galleries, dance halls, etc., are included in this survey. The census also includes both 
year-round and seasonal hotels. Aside from the kind of business classifications shown in 
the accompanying tables, more than two hundred other kinds of business were canvassed, the 
data for which are included in the "other service" or "other amisement" groups. The class- 
ifications shown separately represent the more important kind of business groups as measur- 
ed by volume of receipts and number of establishments. 

In many cases, establishments are engaged both in retail trade and service or amuse- 
ment activities. As a rule such establishments were included in the retail census if more 
than 50 per cent of the total receipts was derived from the sale of merchandise; and as 
service establishments or places of amusement if more than 50 per cent of the total re- 
ceipts was for services or amusements. There are a number of exceptions to this rule which 
are explained in the definitions of the individual classifications.. The most important of 
these is the group of automobile repair shops, frequently regarded as service establish- 
ments. A considerable share of the revenues of such shops accrues from the sale of auto- 
mobile parts and supplies. They are included in the retail census to maintain comparisons 
with the 1929 census of distribution. 

A number of kinds of business which might reasonably be regarded as service estab- 
lishments or places of amusement were not included in the canvass. Some were excluded be- 
cause they are being covered by other adequate statistical series and others were not can- 
vassed on account of the limited funds available to take the census. The more important 

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kinds of business excluded were public utilities, power laundries and cleaning and dyeing 
plants, transportation companies, financial institutions, real estate companies, insurance 
companies, construction companies, educational institutions, hospitals and sanitariums, 
professional and scientific services. 

In drawing definite conclusions from the details of the accompanying tables, it should 
be borne in mind that the irregularities and deficiencies in coverage are more pronounced 
in certain classifications than in others. The coverage was particularly incomplete for 
establishments of a seasonal character which were frequently not in operation at the time 
of the enumerator's visit. . 

AREA AND PERIOD COVERED . The canvass covering the 48 States and the District of 

Columbia was conducted in the first four months of 1934. The activities of establishments- 
for the calendar year 1933 were reported. Seasonal establishments and new enterprises re- 
ported for that part of the year during which they were in active operation. 

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EXPLANATION OF TERMS 

Es tab l ishment s . Only those service and amusement enterprises having a recognized 

place of business are considered establishments; and such establishments, to be so classi- 
fied, must be engaged primarily in providing service or amusement. Each unit of a chain is 
considered a separate establishment. Service and amusement concessions, operated indepen- 
dently in connection with other businesses, are classified as separate establishments. An 
individual's residence was considered a place of business if a sign indicated that the 
occupant was engaged in a service business. 

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Receipts . Receipts represent total revenue of the establishment less refunds for re- 
turned merchandise. Receipts were reported in answer to the following inquiries: 

(a) Receipts from sale of merchandise (deduct returned sales). 

(b) Receipts from service sales, parking, storage, repairs, cartage, 

cleaning, etc. 

(c) Receipts from room rentals (hotels, auto camps, etc.). 

(d) Receipts from sale of meals (and from fountain) . 

(e) Receipts from admissions (theatres and other places of amusement, 

athletic contests, dance halls, billiard halls, bowling alleys, etc.). 

(f) Receipts from other sources (specify sources). 

(g) Total net sales or operating receipts (total from "a" to "f"). 

Proprieto rs. The enumerators were instructed to include as proprietors all owners of 

unincorporated establishments and adult members of their families who were actively employ- 
ed in, and devoting the major part of their time to, the business. Inactive proprietors or 
partners were not included. Inquiry concerning proprietors did not relate to incorporated 
establishments. Salaried officers of incorporated companies were considered full-time em- 
ployees and not proprietors. 

Averag e Numeb r of Em ploye es. The average number of full-time employees for the year 

represents a total of the reported full-time employment (payroll nearest the 15th of each 
month), for the twelve months of 1933, divided by twelve. Average part-time employment is 
computed in the same manner. However, in drawing conclusions concerning part-time compen- 
sation, it should be remembered that part-time employment for the individual employee may 
vary from one hour to any part o^ a week which would not normally constitute full-time em- 
ployment. Employees include salaried officers of corporations, other executives, salesmen, 
clerks, operatives, etc. 

Full-time Emplo yee s . Employees working a full day each day the establishment is open 

for business, even if this represents less than a full working week or month, are reported 
full-time employees. This principle is followed with reference to each payroll period for 
which information was obtained. Therefore, persons employed on a full-time basis for only 
part of the year are regarded as full-time employees for that part of the year. Employees 
working on a full-time basis in seasonal establishments are also treated as full-time 
employees. 

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Part-t ime Emplo yees. Persons employed only a few hours or days of the normal work- 
week or other payroll period are considered part-time employees. It is possible, however, 
that this definition was not followed uniformly by all reporting establishments as the 
average annual wage for part-time employees in some instances appears to be higher than 
would be justified on the basis of this definition. 

Sex of Employees. A distribution by sex of the combined number of full-time and 

■part-time employees on December 30, 1933, or nearest representative day, was required of 
each establishment. The ratio resulting from this inquiry was used as a basis for comput- 
ing the sex distribution of the average number of employees. 

Payroll . Total payroll represents the salaries, wages, commissions and bonuses paid 

part-time and full-time employees and salaried officers during the year. It does not in- 
clude compensation of proprietors except the fixed salary of active partners if such salary 
is paid in addition to the partners' participation in profits. Such salaried partners, 
found predominantly in large businesses, are comparable to salaried executives of a corpor- 
ation and are counted as employees rather than proprietors. Payroll figures are not shown 
in the tables when the total for a given classification is less than $500. 

Ave rag e A nnua l Earnings. This average is obtained by dividing the full-time payroll 

by the average number of full-time employees. No average for part-time employees has been 
computed because the irregularity in the number of days or hours which various part-timo 
employees work makes such an average of doubtful value. 

Average annual earnings for classifications having less than ten full-time employees 
are not shown as the number of employees in such cases is too small to yield a representa- 
tive average. 

Total O perating Expenses. Payroll, rent, interest, traveling expenses, advertising, 

taxes, insurance, light, heat, power and similar expenses are included in total operating 
expenses. Cost' of merchandise, as distinct from that of materials and supplies, is not in- 
cluded. 

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DEFINITIONS OF CLASSIFICATIONS 



PERSONAL SERVICES 

B ARBER SHOPS . This classification covers all barber shops with the exception of those 

operated as a part of some other type of establishment or institution such as a retail 
store, hotel, club, etc. Barber shop concessions operated independently in other establish- 
ments are included in this classification. Barber colleges and barber shop concessions on 
trains and steamships were not included in the census. The receipts reported include revenue 
from other services rendered in barber shops such as shoe shining and manicuring and from 
the sale of small quantities of merchandise. Employees in these establishments include those 
engaged on a straight salary as well as on a percentage commission basis. 

BATHS (Turkish , e tc . ) . Turkish and other health and weight-reducing baths operated 

as separate establishments are included in this classification. On account of incomplete 
coverage, this classification is not shown separately in all State and United States summary 
tables. 

BEAUT Y P ARLORS . All beauty parlors operated as separate businesses are included, but 

the classification does not include beauty parlors operated by department stores, women's 
ready-to-wear stores, or incidentally as an adjunct to any other business. Beauty parlors 
operated as concessions in retail stores are included as they are separate businesses. 
Receipts from the incidental sale of cosmetics and hair goods are included. Schools for the 
instruction of beauty parlor operators were considered beauty parlors if such schools make a 
charge for the services performed by the students. Establishments engaged essentially in 
retailing cosmetics, though rendering beauty parlor service as well, are included in the 
census of retail trade. 

CLEANING . DYEING . PRESSING . ALTERATION AND REPAIR SHOPS . This classification includes 

several classes of closely related businesses, each of which derives the larger portion of 
its revenues from cleaning, dyeing, pressing and repairing men's and women's garments includ- 
ing hats. These establishments are variously known as cleaning and pressing shops, valet 
shops, the small tailor shop which derives most of its income from cleaning, pressing and 
altering clothing, and so-called cleaning and dyeing agencies, operated as retail branches by 
the larger cleaning and dyeing plants. Many of the establishments in this classification 
also act as agencies for commercial laundries. The commercial type of cleaning and dyeing 
plant is not included in the census of service establishments. This industry is canvassed 
every two years in connection with the biennial census of manufactures. Custom tailors who 
derive the greater part of their income from making clothing to order are included as retail 
establishments in the retail census even though part of their income may come from cleaning 
and pressing and alteration work. The receipts as reported by all establishments in this 
classification represent the total intake from customers and not merely the commissions re- 
ceived from the commercial cleaning and dyeing plants for which they act as agents. 

COSTUM E RENTAL AGENCIE S. Establishments, other than retail stores, engaged principally 

in the rental of costumes and other accessories for theatricals, costume balls, etc., are 
covered by this classification. Such establishments frequently reported small amounts of 
merchandise sales which are included in the receipts. 

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EyNERAL DIRECT ORS AWD EMBALMERS . Undertaking, particularly in rural areas, was fre- 
quently reported in connection with retail furniture establishments, such establishments 
were included in the census of retail trade and their revenues from undertaking services are 
not, therefore, included in the receipts of "Funeral Directors and Embalmers". These re- 
ceipts include sales of caskets and burial clothing. 

FUR REPAIR AND STORAGE SHOPS . Fur repairing and storage are services performed, for 

the most part, by retail furriers which are included in the retail census. This classifica- 
tion includes only those establishments engaged solely in fur repairing and storage and those 
whose retail sales comprise less than one-third of their total receipts. 

LAUNDRY AGENCIES . Many of the larger commercial laundries operate branches for the 

purpose of receiving and delivering laundry. The enumerators were instructed to consider 
these branches as separate places of business and were directed to secure reports for this 
class of establishments. However, the enumerators were frequently unable to secure reports 
for such branches as the commercial laundry maintained only one set of books and did not keep 
a record of business done through the individual branches. For this reason, data for laundry 
agencies are not shown separately but are included under the classification "Other Personal 
Services". 

L AUNDRIE S. HAND (Not including comm ercial laundriesl. This classification includes 

all classes of laundries other than power laundries canvassed biennially as part of the 
census of manufactures. Chinese and French hand laundries are included. Small power equip- 
ment is sometimes used for certain kinds of work, but the majority of the work is done by 
hand. 

PHOT OGRAPHI C STUDIOS. Receipts of some of the establishments covered by this classifi- 
cation include merchandise sales, presumably picture frames. The revenue from photography 
is considered to be for service and not from the sale of pictures. Studios operated as 
departments of retail stores are not included in this classification. 

SHOE REP AIR SHOPS. The shops included in this classification are engaged principally 

in the repair of footwear, but in many cases they also do shoe shining. "Valet Shops" and 
"Harness, Leather and Shoe Repair Shops" also do shoe repairing but are classified separate- 
ly. Shoe repair shops operated as departments of retail stores are not included in this 
classification. 

SHOE SHINE PARLOR S (Includ ing hat cle anin g) . Shoe-shining departments of retail or 

other service establishments are not included. Establishments engaged solely in hat cleaning 
are included in the classification "Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing, Alteration and Repair Shops". 

OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE S. Under this classification have been grouped a number of 

kinds of business which, for various reasons, are not shown separately. In some instances, 
the kind of business was unimportant both in number of establishments and total receipts. 
Some kinds of business were not completely canvassed by the enumerators and it was not 
thought advisable to show data for these separately. The following are some of the more 
important kinds of business included in "Other Personal Services": 



Baths (Turkish, etc.) 
Hosiery repair shops 
Laundry agencies 
Locker service and rentals 
Millinery repair shops 



Physical culture schools and gymnasiums 
Shoe dyeing shops 
Textile weaving and mending shops 
Tie renovating shops 



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BUSINESS SERVICES 



ADJUSTM ENT AND CREDIT BUR EAUS . AND COLLECTION AGENCIE S. Mercantile and consumer credit 

reporting bureaus and privately operated collection agencies are included in this classifica- 
tion. This classification does not include cooperative organizations operating on a non- 
profit basis, nor organizations operated by trade associations. Receipts, as a rule, repre- 
sent only charges for services, but in some cases the individual reports may include total 
collections. 

ADVERTISING AGENCIES AND BILLBOAR D ADVE RTISING AGENCIE S. Establishments operated as 

separate businesses and commonly known as advertising agencies and billboard advertising 
agencies are included in this group. Advertising departments of newspapers, magazines, job 
printing establishments and other business enterprises are not included. Receipts of sose 
advertising agencies include charges for space in newspapers and periodicals for advertise- 
ments carried for their clients, whereas in other cases the receipts represent only charges 
for services, the clients paying the charges of the advertising medium direct. Inasmuch as 
both business procedures are employed by advertising agencies, it was impossible to secure 
reports of receipts on a uniform basis. Billboard advertising agencies are chiefly engaged 
in presenting poster displays (principally outdoor) on their own or rented sign boards. 
The receipts of these agencies include rentals for space on display boards and revenues from 
other services. 

BLUEPRINTING AND PHOTOSTAT LABORATORIES . Laboratories engaged principally in the re- 
production of plans and maps and other copy by blueprinting or photostating are included in 
this classification. 

BROADCASTING STATIONS . Commercial broadcasting stations engaged principally in the 

transmission of programs for public entertainment, usually for purposes of advertising are 
the only stations included. Employees of broadcasting stations do not include artists paid 
by sponsors of programs. Receipts of stations include income derived from the sale of time 
of artists carried on the station's payroll. Coverage of this kind of business is not 
entirely complete in some States; in those States and in the United States Summary tables it 
has not been shown separately. 

CARTAGE AND TRU CKING ESTABLISHMENTS . Local cartage and trucking operators with 

established offices or places of business engaged principally in local hauling for hire are 
included in this classification. Frequently a truck owner engaged in the cartage and truck- 
ing business from his residence; operators of this kind are not included as the census was 
confined to enterprises with established places of business which could be identified readily 
by the enumerator when canvassing. The so-called long-distance truck transportation com- 
panies are not included in the census. Establishments engaged primarily in warehousing and 
storage frequently do considerable trucking; they are classified, however, as "Storage 
Warehouses". Freight forwarders and custom house brokers are included in the classification 
"Other Business Services". 

DELIVERY SERVICE . Establishments primarily engaged in the local delivery of parcels 

for retail stores which maintain no such service of their own are included in this classifi- 
cation. It also includes local messenger services. 

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DENTAL LABORATOR IES. The classification includes all laboratories engaged in the manu- 
facture of plates, bridges, inlays, etc., for the dental profession. 

DUP LICAT ING, ADDRESSING AND MAILING SERVICE . Establishments engaged principally in 

mimeograph, multigraph, rotaprint, multilith, planograph v/ork, addressograph, stenographic, 
typewriting and mailing services are included. Job printing plants which frequently do the 
same classes of work are not included but are covered by the biennial census of manufactures. 

LINE N SUPP LY SERV ICE . Establishments in this classification supply uniforms, aprons, 

table-cloths, towels, etc., to restaurants, barber and beauty shops, offices and other 
establishments, and collect, launder and deliver these at regular intervals. When the 
service is conducted as a separate business, it is included in this classification. The 
same class of service is frequently carried on by commercial laundries, the data for which 
are included in the reports of the biennial census of manufactures. 

PH OTO FIN ISHING LABORAT ORIES. These laboratories are engaged primarily in the develop- 
ing of films and in photoprinting and enlarging for commercial and amateur photographers. 
Stores which sell photographic apparatus and materials and also act as agencies for photo 
finishing laboratories are included in the retail census. Photographic studios are included 
in a separate classification. 

SIGN P AINTING SHOPS. This classification includes only shops engaged primarily in 

sign painting. Stores selling signs, paints, painters' supplies, etc., but which may also 
paint signs are included in the retail census. Employees of sign painting shops include 
also those engaged in delivering and placing those signs in proper position. 

STORAGE W AREHOUSE S. Both the commercial warehouse employed for the storage of merchan- 
dise and the establishment engaged in storing household effects for the individual are in- 
cluded. Some warehouse companies are engaged in buying and selling merchandise on their own 
account. Warehouses of this kind are considered wholesale establishments and are included in 
reports of the census of wholesale distribution. Cold storage plants or warehouses are not 
included. The coverage of this kind of business is incomplete in some States. 

OTHER BUSINE SS SERVICES. The following are some of the more important kinds of busi- 
ness included in this classification: 

Armored car service Public address systems 

Barrel and steel drum cleaning Public scales and weighing service 

Bottle exchanges Pushcart rental service 

Broadcasting stations Signal protection service 

Correct time service Speakers' bureaus 

Freight forwarders and custom- Stevedoring companies 

house brokers Theatre ticket agents and brokers 

Office equipment rental service Theatrical booking agents 

Patrol and watch service Theatrical equipment rental service 

Precooling and icing cars Window display service 



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UECHANICAL REPAIR SERVICES 



ARMATURE RE WINDING SHOPS . Shops included in this classification are engaged primarily 

in the rewinding of armatures and repair of motors. Some establishments doing armature re- 
winding are primarily engaged in the wholesaling or retailing of electrical goods and are 
accordingly included in the wholesale or retail census. Coverage of this kind of business 
is not entirely complete in some States; in those States and in the United States Summary 
tables it has not been shown separately. 

AU TOMOBILE BRAKE REPAIR . RE LINING AND ADJUSTMENT SHOPS 

AU TOMOBILE PAINT SHOPS 

AUTOMOBILE RADIATOR SHOP S 

AUTOMOBILE TOP AND BODY REPAIR SHOPS . The establishments covered by each of these 

four classifications are engaged chiefly in the particular service under which they are 
classified. Establishments rendering any of the above specialized services in connection 
with general automobile repairs are classified as automobile repair shops and are included 
in the retail census, Some of the establishments in these classifications were included 
as retail stores in the 1929 census of distribution. 

BICYCLE REPAIR SHO°S . Establishments reporting sales of merchandise amounting to one- 

•-.hird or more of their total receipts are included in the retail census. This classification 
is unimportant in both number of establishments and total receipts in most States and, for 
this reason, is usually included as "Other Business Services". 

BLACKSMITH SHOPS. Blacksmith shops frequently reported small amounts of sales of farm 

equipment and gasoline. If the major part of their receipts were from such sales, they were 
classified as retail establishments. Shops operated as departments of manufacturing estab- 
lishments are not included in this classification. 

CABINETMAKER AND CARPENTER REPAIR SHOPS . Only those establishments primarily engaged 

in repair work are included. 

ELECTRICAL REPAIR SHOPS . This classification includes in the main, small shops engaged 

in repairing electrical appliances in which the sale of electrical equipment and supplies 
represent a minor part of total receipts. It does not cover electrical contractors nor 
Neon sign repair service. Electrical repair shops that reported merchandise sales amounting 
to one-third or more of their total receipts are included in the retail census. 

ELEVATOR SERVICE (REPAIR) . Establishments engaged in the maintenance and repair of 

elevators in office buildings, apartment houses and other buildings are included in this 
classification. 

H ARNESS . LEATHER AND SHOE REPAIR SHOPS . Establishments engaged in such repairs whose 

retail sales amount to one-third or more of their total receipts are included in the retail 
census. 

LOCKSMITH AND GU NSMITH SHOPS . This classification includes all locksmith and gunsmith 

shops with service receipts in excess of sales of merchandise. Shops with merchandise 
receipts in excess of service receipts are treated as retail stores. 

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MA CHINE SHOPS (Under $5,000 annual receipts) . This classification covers small machine 

shops with annual receipts of less than $5,000 in 1933. Machine shops with receipts of more 
than $5,000 are covered by the biennial census of manufactures. The classification is not 
shown separately in some States and in the United States Summary tables on account of in- 
complete coverage. 

M ATTR ESS RENOVATING AND REPAIR SH OPS . This service is frequently rendered by retail 

dealers in mattresses who are included in the retail census, and by mattress manufacturers who 
are covered by the biennial census of manufactures. This classification includes only the 
small shop which is almost exclusively engaged in renovating and repairing. 

PLUMBING AND HEATING RE PAIR SHOPS 
RADIO EEPAIR SHOPS 

REFRIGERATOR SERVICE AND SEPAIR SH OPS 

STOVE, FURNACE ANB BOILE R REPAIR SERVICE. These four classifications include the small 

shop engaged almost exclusively in the designated kind of service or repair work. Merchan- 
dise sales represent a small part of the total receipts of some of these shops; if merchan- 
dise sales amounted to one-third or more of the total receipts, the report was included in 
the retail census. Some of the establishments in these classifications were included as 
retail stores in the 1929 census of distribution. 

SAW AND TOOL SHARPENING SERVICES. Establishments engaged primarily in sharpening saws 

and tools are included in this classification. This classification is shown separately for 
the United States, but is included in "Other Mechanical Repair" services in State tables. 

TINSMITH . SHEET METAL AND ROOFING RE PA IR SHOPS . This classification includes the small 

shop engaged in sheet-metal work. It does not include sheet-metal shops which manufactured, 
from tin and sheet-metal, articles with an aggregate value of $5,000 or more during the calen- 
dar year 1933. Shops with manufactured products to this amount are considered manufacturing 
establishments and are included in the biennial census of manufactures. 

T IRE REPAIR SH OPS 

TYPEWRITER REPAIR SHOPg 

UPHOLSTE RY AND FURNITURE RE PAIR SHOPS 

WATCH . CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIR SHOPS . These five classifications include chiefly 

s mall shops engaged almost wholly in repair work of the kind indicated. If a repair shop 
reported sales of merchandise to the amount of one-third of its total receipts, the shop was 
treated as a retail store and included in the retail census. Some of the establishments in 
these classifications were canvassed as retail stores in the 1929 census of distribution. 

WELDING SHOPS. This classification covers small welding shops usually having receipts 

of less than $5,000. The larger welding shops are considered manufacturing plants and are 
included in the biennial census of manufactures. Machine shops equipped to do welding are 
not included in this classification. 

OTHER ME CHANICAL REPAIR SERV ICES . Under this classification have been grouped a larre 

number of classes of specialized repair shops for which separate totals could not be pub- 
lished. As a rule, the shops are small and are engaged almost exclusively in the repair of a 
special class of equipment. Shops doing repair work of this kind frequently sell, without 
installing, parts and other merchandise. Shops with merchandise sales amounting to one-third 

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of total receipts were treated as retail stores and are included in the retail census. The 
following are the principal kinds of business grouped under this classification: • 



Artificial limb repair shops 

Bicycle repair shops 

Cash register repair shops 

Cylinder grinding shops 

Fire sprinkler repair shops 

Lawnmower repair shops 

Motorcycle repair shops 

Musical instrument repair shops 

Office equipment repair shops 

Oil burner service and repair shops 



Oil well machinery repair shops 
Piano tuning and repair service 
Safe and vault repair shops 
Scale repair shops 
Sewing machine repair shops 
Taxi meter repair shops 
Umbrella repair shops 
Windmill, pump and well repair 

service 
Washing machine repair shops 



MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE 

AUTOMOBILE LAUNDRIES 

AUTOMOBILE RENTAL SERVICE 

G ARAGE S (STORAGE) 

P ARKING LOTS . The establishments covered by each of the above four classifications 

are engaged primarily in the particular service under which they are classified. Establish- 
ments rendering any of the above specialized services in connection with general automobile 
repair work are classified as repair garages and are included in the retail census. Parking 
lots and storage garages were included in the 1929 retail census in the classification 
"Parking Stations; Parking Lots; and Lots". Warehouses used for the dead storage of auto- 
mobiles are not included in the 1933 census. 

AVIATION FIELD SERV ICE (No t including, air lines) . Air transport lines are not includ- 
ed in this classification, nor are municipal airports. The classification covers only 
privately operated airports and flying fields supplying the services which are necessary to 

:the airplane pilot and the maintenance and operation of his plane. Plane servicing, storage 
and rentals, charter flying and flying instruction are the more important services performed 
by the establishments in this classification. Retail concessions at airports are included 

-in the retail census. The coverage of this kind of business is not complete in all States; 

■in those States and in the United States Summary tables it has not been shown separately. 

- DISINFECTANT AN D E XTERMINATING SERVICE. Establishments engaged in the extermination 

of insects, rodents, germs and parasites, from buildings, bedding, furniture and clothing are 
covered by this group. 

--- - EMPLOYMENT AGE N CIES . Government operated agencies are not included in this classifi- 
cation, nor are agencies operated in connection with schools, welfare institutions, pro- 
fessional associations or trade unions-. - . . . 

£.*--■; GRIST MILLS. This classification includes the small custom mill usually grinding 

'grain on tall for local consumption; such mills are not covered in the biennial census of 
manufactures. The classification- is not shown separately for all States or in the United 
States Summary tables, as in some sections the coverage was not complete. 



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HEMSTITCHING, EMBROIDERING AND BUTTONH OLING SHOPS.— The classification includes only 
Shops specializing in this kind of work on a custom basis. Hemstitching, embroidering and 
buttonholding departments of retail stores are not included in this classification. 

T OURI ST CAMPS . This classification includes only camps at which the greater part of 

the receipts are derived from service charges for camping or lodging privileges. Many 
tourist camps are operated by filling stations, automobile repair shops and other establish- 
ments selling merchandise. In cases where the greater part of the total receipts is derived 
from the sale of merchandise, the reports were included in the retail census. 

WI NDOW CLEANING SERVICE. Establishments in this classification are engaged in cleaning 

windows in office buildings, apartment houses and other classes of buildings. 

OTHER MIS CELL ANE OUS SERVICES . The following are the principal kinds of business 

grouped under the classification "Other Miscellaneous Services": 



Aviation field service 

Beach chair service 

China repair service 

Doll repair service 

Fountain pen repair service 

Grist mills 

Landscape gardening and tree surgery 

Livery stables 

Rolling chair rental service 



Rug cleaning (under $5,000.) 

Sand blasting service 

Scavenger service 

Taxidermists 

Threshing, corn-shelling, hay- 
baling and other agricultural 
services 

Vacuum cleaning service 

Window shade repair service 



PLACES OF AMUSEMENT 

AMU SEM ENT PARKS. Amusement parks providing amusement devices for use of the general 

public upon payment of an admission fee are included, but the classification does not include 
parks or picnic grounds maintained by governmental bodies and available for occasional 
rental. The canvass of amusement parks was not complete as the parks were frequently not in 
operation at the time of the enumerator's visit. For this reason, the classification is not 
shown separately in all States and in the United States Summary tables. 

AMUSEMENT SERVICE CONCESSIONS. Individual amusement enterprises operated on a con- 
cession basis in commercial or public amusement parks, beaches, playgrounds, etc., are in- 
cluded under this classification. It does not include merchandising concessions or restau- 
rants in such parks; these are covered by the retail census. On account of incomplete 
coverage, the classification is not shown separately in all States and in the United States 
Summary tables. 

ATHLETIC FIELDS (Ball parks , stadiums, etc^. The classification includes only fields 

or stadiums operated on a commercial basis as amusement enterprises by the individuals or 
corporations submitting the reports. Fields or stadiums customarily rented on a fixed fee 
or rental basis to promoters of football games, baseball games, wrestling or boxing matches, 
etc., are not included, as such enterprises are considered to be in the field of real estate 
rental. The report of the amusement promoter, however, is included under its respective 
classification or under "Other Amusements". On account of the seasonal character of many of 
these enterprises the canvass of athletic fields or stadiums was not complete and the 
classification is shown separately in only a few States. 



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BATHING BEACHES . Bathing beaches owned and operated on a commercial basis are in- 
cluded. The classification does not include municipal beaches. The receipts include ad- 
missions, bathing suit rentals and all other income. 

BI LLIA RD AND POOL PARLO RS. AND BO WLING ALLEYS . This classification includes all 

billiard and pool parlors, and bow.ing alleys when the major part of the receipts of the 
establishment is derived from these amusements. Frequently billiard and pool parlors, and 
bowling alleys are operated in conjunction with cigar stores, soft drink establishments, 
and other kinds .of retail stores. Such establishments are included in this classification 
when merchandise sales aggregate less than 50 per cent of total receipts and are included 
in the retail census when merchandise sales are in excess of 50 per cent of total receipts. 

DANC E HALLS . This classification includes public dance halls operated on a commer- 
cial basis as amusement enterprises. Halls which are rented for occasional dances by fra- 
ternal and other organizations and for private dances are not included, nor does the class- 
ification include dancing academies and schools. 

SKATING RINKS. This classification includes all commercially operated ice and roller 

skating rinks. 

THEATR ES , LEGITIMAT E AN D OPERA . This classification does not include theatre build- 
ings, customarily rented for amusement purposes, but only those theatres whether owned or 
leased, which actually receive revenues from admissions to legitimate or opera productions. 
-Ownership of theatre buildings and their rental to theatrical producers is treated as a 
real estate activity. Road productions, operated from their own established offices, are 
included under "Other Amusements". 

THEATRES , MOTION PICT URE AND MOTION PICTURE, AND VAUDEVILLE . These classifications 

include commercially operated motion picture theatres and combined motion picture and vau- 
deville theatres. Motion pictures are frequently shewn in club, hotel, fraternal, and mun- 
icipal halls and auditoriums. Activities of this kind are not included in the census. Thea- 
tres which were not used for motion picture exhibition purposes in 1933 are not, of course, 
included, the census being confined to active theatres. 

OTHER A MUSEMENTS . Under this classification have been grouped a number of amusement 

enterprises either unimportant in number and total receipts or incompletely canvassed by 
the enumerators, due to the seasonal character of the business, or to misunderstanding of 
instructions. Some of the more important of these are shown separately in the tables for 
certain States where the canvass appeared to be complete- The principal kinds of amusement 
enterprises included under the classification "Other Amusements" are as follows: 



Amusement parks 
Amusement service concessions 
Aquariums (privately operated) 
Athletic fields 
Bathing beaches 

Boat and canoe hiring concessions 
Boxing and wrestling arenas 
Carnivals 

Caverns and national wonders 
Circulating libraries (commercially 
operated) 



Miniature golf 
Museums (privately operated) 
Observation floors and towers 
Orchestras, bands and symphonies 
Race tracks 
Riding academies 
Rodeos and round-ups 
Shooting galleries 

Swimming pools (commercially operated) 
Theatrical producers and stock 
companies 



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Circuses 

Domino parlors 

Fairs and expositions 

operated) 
Horse shows 



[commercially 



Walkathons and dance marathons 
Zoos, alligator farms, snake farms and 
ostrich farms (privately operated) 



HOTELS 
The census includes in the main establishments designated under the law of the several 
States as hotels. It does not cover boarding houses, lodging houses, tourist homes, Y.M.- 
C.A. 's, Y.W.C.A.'s, dude ranches, club dormitories and similar establishments which furnish 
lodging and meals to guests. So-called apartment hotels are included, provided a substan- 
tial part of their receipts are from transient guests. The coverage of seasonal hotels was 
probably incomplete, as many of these hotels were closed at the time of the enumeration, 
although they may have been open during some part of 1933. The data for hotels are shown 
for the following classifications: 

YEAR ROUND H OTELS . All hotels which were in operation at least nine months in 1933 are 

included in this classification. 

S EASONAL HOTELS . Hotels which normally operate less than nine months of the year are 

considered seasonal hotels. 

AMERICAN P LAN HOTELS . Hotels charging a combined fixed rate for rooms and meals are 

covered by this classification. 

EUROPEAN PLAN HOTELS . This classification includes hotels which make, separate charg- 
es for rooms and meals. 

MIXED PLAN HOTELS (AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN) . Some hotels operate on both the American 

and European plans and these are classified as "Mixed Plan Hotels". 



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GENERAL AN ALYSI S 

The total number of establishments included in the tabulations for service establish- 
ments, places of amusement and hotels is 502,416 of which 443.217 are classified as service 
establishments, 29,737 as places of amusement and 29,462 as hotels. These establishments 
gave employment to a total of 1,406,444 persons of whom 546,444 are proprietors, 657,481 
full time employees, and 202,519 part-time employees. The total receipts aggregate $2,760- 
881,000 for the year 1933, and total payroll amounts to $701,594,000, of which $81,809,000 
was paid to part-time employees. 

Service establishments, which number 443,217, gave employment to 988,478 persons, of 
whom 482,463 were proprietors, 356,190 full-time employees, and 149,825 part-time employ- 
ees. The total receipts of these establishments amount to $1,725,114,000 and total payroll 
is $482,463,000, of which $6'1, ' iOS - w as paid to part-time employees. 

The total number of amusement places for which reports were received is 29,737,_ and 
these establishments were operated by 30,297 proprietors with the aid of 87,372 full-time 
employees and 30,787 part-time employees. Total receipts aggregate $520,218,000 and total 
payroll for both full-time and part-time employees amounts to $117,397,000, of which $10,- 
829,000 was paid to part-time employees. 

Hotels, numbering 29,462, gave employment to 269,511 persons, of whom 33,684 are pro- 
prietors, 213,919 full-time employees, and 21,908 part-time employees. Their total re- 
ceipts for the year 1933 are $515,549,000 and total payroll $146,280,000, of which $6,521,r 
000 was paid to part-time employees, 

KINDS OF BUSINE SS. The United States Summary tables present data for 62 specific 

kinds of business classifications. In addition, under five miscellaneous classifications, 
there are grouped a few of the less important kinds of service establishments and places of 
amusement not uniformly canvassed by the enumerators and for which, therefore, it is not 
considered advisable to present separate data. 

Of the 443,217 service establishments enumerated, 117,832, or more than one-fourth, 
are barber shops. Cleaning and pressing shops are second in importance in number of estab- 
lishments with 55,459; shoe repair shops are third with 50,425; beauty parlors, fourth, 
with 42,073; cartage and trucking establishments engaged primarily in local hauling, fifth, 
with 23,102; and blacksmith shops, sixth, with 20,257. These six kinds of business repre- 
sent about 70 per cent of the total number of service establishments (not including amuse- 
ment places and hotels); they gave employment to 52 per cent of the employees; paid 45 per 
cent of the salaries and wages; and accounted for 43 per cent of the total receipts. 

From the standpoint of total employment (including proprietors), barber shops rank 
first, employing 218,179 persons; cleaning and pressing shops, second, with 100,325; beauty 
parlors, third, with 97,495 employees; cartage and trucking establishments, fourth, with 
84,965; shoe repair shops, fifth, with 70,396; and funeral directors and embalmers, sixth, 
with 41,245. Of the 988,478 persons employed in service industries in 1933, 612,605, or 
62.0 per cent were employed in the six above-mentioned kinds of business. 

GEOGRAPHIC CONCENTRATION OF SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AM USEMENT AND HOTELS. 

Considering these three groups of establishments as a whole, it is of interest to note that 
more than 50 per cent of the total volume of business is concentrated in the five States of 

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New York, Illinois, California, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. While these same five States lead 
in the volume of retail trade (although ranking differently) they account for less than 43 
per cent of the total retail business. The five States mentioned and five others (Massa- 
chusetts, New Jersey, Michigan, Texas and Missouri) account for more than two-thirds of the 
total receipts, yet the population of these States in April, 1930, represented only about 
one-half of the total population of the country. These same ten States account for 70.8 
per cent of the receipts of service establishments; 70.3 per cent of the amusement receipts 
and 64.0 per cent of hotel receipts. 

New York alone reported 24.6 per cent of the total business of service establishments, 
21.0 per cent of the amusement business, and 17.7 per cent of the hotel business. In con- 
trast to these percentages. New York's population, according to the 1930 census, was only 
slightly more than 10 per cent of the total for the United States. 

PER CAPITA EXP ENDI TURES. When the receipts of service establishments, places of 

amusement, and hotels are analyzed geographically, it becomes apparent that these activiti- 
es are primarily of an urban character. Per capita expenditures for services, amusements, 
and hotel accommodations are largest in those States which have a preponderance of urban 
population, particularly in the States in which the larger cities are located. Thus, the 
annual per capita expenditures for 48 States and the District of Columbia range from less 
than %5 in Mississippi to more than $65 in the District of Columbia which is coextensive 
with the city of Washington. In the South, the annual per capita expenditures are consis- 
tently lower than the average for the nation, with the exception of the States of Maryland 
and Florida, both of which approximate the United States average of $22.49. The following 
table, based on the population reported in the 1930 census, shows per capita receipts by 
geographic divisions and States: 

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PER CAPITA RECEIPTS OF SERVICE ESTABL ISHM ENTS. P LACE S OF AMUSEMENT . 
AND HOTELS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES: 1933 



Pe r Capita Receipts 



Division and State 



1 All 
|estab- 
j lish- 
ments 



Jnited States Total |$22.53 

1 
^EW.ENG LAND | 24.48 

1 

Connecticut j 23.11 

Maine | 17.02 

Massachusetts \ 27-89 

New Hampshire | 19.90 

Rhode Island | 22.13 

Vermont j 17.42 

1 
VIIDDLE ATLANTIC | 34 . 34 



Service 
estab- 
lish- 

_ments_ 

$14.05 
15.16 



New Jersey 

New York 

Pennsylvania. 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Wisconsin 



25.66 
49.79 
17.76 

23.43 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL 



33.16 
14.72 
22.40 
21.55 

17.75 

18.53 



Iowa \ 16.55 

Kansas 1 13.74 

Minnesota \ 20.75 

Missouri j 23.71 

Nebraska 1 18.08 

North'Dakota \ 11.25 

South Dakota 11.21 



SOUTH ATLANTIC 



14.17 



Delaware j 19.76 

Dist. of Columbia, j 65.41 
Florida I 21.25 



14.36 
8.96 

17.85 
9.98 

14.02 
9.72 

22.66 



15.28 
33.89 
11.06 

14.28 



19.06 
9.19 

15.52 
13.78 

11.48 

11.66 



10.51 

8.25 

12.28 

15.83 

11.73 

6.10 

6. IS 

8.13 



11.91 
27.94 
10.45 



Places 

of 
amuse- 
_ment_ 

$4.24 

5.(45 



5.55 
2.03 
6.27 
6.05 
5.50 
1.92 

6.38 



5.62 
8.67 
3.69 

-4.^65 

6.93 
2.68 
3.64 
4.16 
2.82 

5.17 



2.95 
2.90 
3.55 
3.63 
2.84 
2.14 
2.53 

2.70 

4.27 

11.39 

3.39 



Hotels Division and State 



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3.871 SOUTH ATLANTIC contd 



3.20|| 
6.03|| 
3.77|i 
3.87| 
2.6l| 
5.78| 



Georgia 

Maryland 

North Carolina 
South Carolina 

Virginia 

West Virginia 



5.30 EAST SOUTH CENTAL 



4.76it 
7.23|1 
3-Olli 

4.50| 

7.I7I 

2.85|| 
3.24|| 
3.61II 
3.45I 



Alabama 

Kentucky 

Mississippi. 
Tennessee 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 



Arkansas . 
Louisiana, 
Oklahoma ... 
Texas 



3J0 MOUNTAIN 



3.09| 

2.59II 
4.92II 
4.25|| 
3.51I' 
3. Oil' 
2.52I 

3.34I 



Arizona 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Montana 

Nevada 

New Mexico. 

Utah 

Wyoming 



PACIFIC 



3.58| 

26.08| 

7.4l| 



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California. 

Oregon 

Washington,. 



Per Cap i ta Receipts 



All 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



$9.27 
22.78 
8.47 
8.22 
13.73 
10.18 

8.40 



6.64 
10.89 

4.55 
10.63 

12.83 



6.52 
12.19 
11.86 
15.49 

18 .54 

18.31 
21.80 
15.70 
18.24 
34.57 
11.37 
15.98 
22.92 

35.54 



40.00 
23.64 
26.60 



Service 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



$5.71 
13.96 
5.14 
5.66 
8.59 
5.99 

5.43 



4.58 
6.79 
2.81 
6.92 

7.88 



3.86 
7.48 
7.08 
9.64 

9.91 



8.21 

12.95 

9.10 

9.25 

13.18 

5.73 

8.77 

11.45 

2 1.41 

24.18 
14.78 
15.39 



Places 

of 
amuse- 
ment 



Hotels 



$1.70 
6.22 
1.51 
1.18 
2.23 
2.18 

1.32 

.91 
2.08 

.73 
1.43 

2 .29 

.95 
2.52 
2.34 
2.62 

5.14 



3.12 
3.35 
2.58 
3.34 
6.71 
1.62 
3.01 
4.50 

_6^82 

7.77 
3.84 
5.16 



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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 



CHART VIII MONTHLY EMPLOYMENT OF SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF 
AMUSEMENT AND HOTELS. FOR THE UNITED STATES: 1933 



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Based on the total receipts as reported by service establishments and the 1930 popula- 
tion census, the per capita expenditures for services range from $2.81 in Mississippi to a 
maximum of 133.89 in the State of New York, as compared with the United States average of 
$14.05. Only eleven States and the District of Columbia show per capita expenditures in 
excess of the average for the nation. Four of these States, Connecticut, Massachusetts, 
New York and New Jersey are on the Atlantic Coast; three, California, Oregon and Washing- 
ton, are on the Pacific Coast; and the other four, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa and Missouri, 
are North Central States. 

The per capita expenditure for amusements for the nation is $4.24, the minimum being 
only $.73 in liississippi and the maximum $11.39 in the District of Columbia. Per capita 
expenditures for only thirteen States and the District of Columbia are in excess of the 
national average. 

Per capita expenditure for hotel accommodations is $4.24 for the nation. Necessarily, 
per capita expenditures for States are influenced to a great extent by transient and tourist 
business of an interstate character. Nevertheless, it is of interest to note that sixteen 
States and the District of Columbia show per capita expenditures in excess of the national 
average. Seven of these States are the resort States of Maine, Vermont, Florida, Minne- 
sota, Arizona, Colorado and Montana; they are not represented in the high average States in 
either expenditure for services or amusements. 

EMPLOYMENT BY M ONTHS . The total number of full-time employees in service establish- 
ments, places of amusement, and hotels ranged from a minimum of 615,158 in January to a 
maximum of 690,416 in September. For service establishments the minimum (334,794) was in 
January and the maximum (376,747) was in December. In amusement places, the minimum em- 
ployment was in January, and the maximum in November; while, in hotels, March was the month 
of minimum employment and August the maximum. 

The months of minimum and maximum full-time employment varied considerably for the in- 
dividual kinds of business, but in practically all cases the minimum was in either January, 
February or March. December was most frequently the month of maximum employment, although 
in some kinds of business the maximum number of persons were employed in August, September, 
October or November. 

For part-time employees, January was the month of minimum employment with 180,205 
persons employed in service establishments, place of amusement and hotels; and December, 
with 221,754, was the month of maximum employment. January was the month of minimum em- 
ployment for each of the three major groups of establishments (services, amusements, and 
hotels) but the maximum month was November for service establishments, October for amuse- 
ment places, and September for hotels. 

In drawing conclusions from the above figures, it must be remembered that the coverage 
of seasonal establishments was less complete than for others and that those establishments 
which operated during the whole or a part of 1933 but had gone out of business before the 
canvass was made were not enumerated. 

DATA BY SEX. Classified according to sex, 72 per cent of all employees (full-time 

and part-time) are men and 28 per cent, women. Men predominate in all kinds of business 
with the exception of six classifications of which beauty parlors is the most important. 
No separate data by sex for full-time and part-time employees are available. 

9927 



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American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 



CHART IX.- RECEIPTS AND NUMBER OF ESTABUSHMENTS. BY SIZE OF ESTABUSHMENT 

SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS 



RECEIPTS 

SIOO.OOO AND OVER 

a 50,000 - S 99,999 

S 20,000 - S49,999 

S 10,000 - $19,999 

$5,000 - $9,999 

$1,000 - $4,999 

UNDER $1,000 




PER CENT 
40 



50 



60 



70 



80 



TOTAL NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 443.217 
TOTAL RECEIPTS S 1,726.114,000 



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RECEIPTS 

$100,000 AND OVER 

$60,000 - $99,999 

$20,000 - $49,999 

$10,000 - $19,999 

$5,000 - $9,999 

$1,000 - $4,999 

UNDER $1,000 



PER CENT 

40 




50 



60 



70 



80 



TOTAL NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 29.737 
TOTAL RECEIPTS S 520,218,000 



GUEST ROOMS 10 

600 AND OVER 

300 - 499 

200 - 299 

100 - 199 

60 - 99 

UNDER 50 




30 



HOTELS 

PER CENT 
40 



50 



60 



70 



80 



TOTAL NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 29.462 
TOTAL RECEIPTS $ 515.549,000 



RECEIPTS 



\ '.,:.. 1 NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



XXI 

SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS CLAS SIFIED BY SIZE. Service es ablishments are for the most part 

small businesses conducted solely by the proprietor and his family, or with possibly one 
paid employee. The census shows that 88 percent of the 443,217 establishments reporting did 
an annual business of less than $5,000 each, their total receipts amounting to $579,578,000 
for 1933, or a third of the total receipts of all service establishments. In contrast'; 
establishments with sales of $50,000 or more, although numbering less than one percent 
(3,235) of the total, actually account for nearly one third of the total receipts. The 
establishments in the latter group are chiefly cartage and trucking concerns, storage ware- 
houses, advertising agencies and funeral directors. 

The following is a summary of receipts and establishments classified according to seveh 
size-groups: 

SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS 



Number of jPercent 
Size Groups I Establishments! of To tal I 



Total 



$100,000 or more 

50,000 to $99,999 

20,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 19,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

1,000 to 4,999 

Less than 1,000 




[Percent 
Recei pts 1 of _To t a 1 



81,72 5 ,11,4,000 100 .0 



408,311,0001 23.7 

137,205,0001 7.9 

206,843,0001 11.9 

182,418,0001 10.6 

210.759,0001 12.3 

493,127,0001 28.6 

86,451,000] 5.0 



The largest number of establishments in each kind of business classification, with the 
exception of the classification "Linen Supply Service", is in the two groups having receipts 
of less than $5,000 (see Table 4). Of the 54 kind of business classifications, 29 indicate 
that over 80 percent of the establishments reported receipts of less than $5,000; in 10 
instances, 70 to 80 percent of the establishments are in these size-groups; in 6 cases, 50 
to 70 percent; and in only 9 kinds of business are there less than 50 percent of the estab- 
lishments in the two lowest brackets. 

Size of business data, by geographic divisions and States, further emphasize the fact 
that the great majority of service establishments are small businesses operated by the pro- 
prietor with or without paid employees. In each State at least 80 percent of the establish- 
ments reported receipts of less than $5,000. Washington, D.C., which is coextensive with 
the District of Columbia, is the only city for which tabulations have been made by size- 
groups. In this city, 73 percent of all service establishments reported receipts of less 
than $5,000. 

In 36 States and the District of Columbia, the largest number of establishments was in 
the $1,000 to $4,999" group, and in 12 States the largest number was in the "Less than 
$1,000" group. 



Data previously published for cities indicate that, as the size of the city increases, 
the number of establishments and the receipts consistently increase more than in proportion 
to the increase in population. The increase in receipts may be attributed partly to the 
presence of certain types of business service establishments such as advertising agencies, 
cartage and trucking establishments, storage warehouses, etc., in the largest cities of the 
9927 



XXII 

country. Of the 3,235 establishments having receipts of $50,000 or more, 2,221 are in the 
nine States in which the eleven largest cities of the country are located. These 2,221 
establishments account for more than 80 percent of the receipts of all establishments in the 
two size-groups over $50,000. The more important cause of greater per capita receipts of 
service establishments in the larger cities is probably the greater demand for services and 
to higher charges resulting from increased operating costs. 

Tables presenting size data by States for five kinds of service establishments are in- 
cluded in the following pages. These kinds of business are of two types, the type which is 
represented almost entirely by the small establishment (barber shops, beauty parlors and 
shoe repair shops), and the type in which establishments having a large average volume of 
receipts play an important part (cartage and trucking, and funeral directors). In the case 
of the former group, establishmants doing a business of more than $50,000 occur so infre- 
quently that the data have been presented for only five class intervals, while cartage and 
trucking establishments and funderal directors are classified into seven standard size- 
groups, by States. 

PLACES QF AMUSEME NT CLASSI FIED BY SIZE . Inasmuch as theatres comprise such a large 

part of the total amusement business (more than one third of the establishments and 80 per- 
cent of the receipts), places of amusement are divided, for purposes of analysis, into two 
groups, i.e., "theatres", and "places of amusement other than theatres." 

Reports were secured from 10,265 theatres which reported total receipts of $415,153,000 
for 1933. Slightly less than 9 percent of these theatres reported receipts in excess of 
$100,000, but their aggregate receipts represented practically 50 percent of the receipts 
of all theatres for the year. About 37 percent of the theatres fall in the two size-groups 
ranging from $20,000 to $100,000 and their aggregate receipts represent about 40 percent of 
the total. The theatres falling in the "Under $20,000" size-groups, although numbering 
about 54 percent of all theatres, reported in the aggregate only slightly more than one tenth 
of the receipts of all theatres. 

Table 4-1 shows the distribution of motion picture and motion picture-vaudeville thea- 
tres by states and size classifications. One or more of the larger motion picture and mo- 
tion picture-vaudeville theatres with receipts in excess of $100,000 were reported for all 
but nine States, but the seven States of California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, 
New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania reported nearly three fourths of the motion picture theatres 
in this size-group and their receipts represented 76 percent of total receipts of all theatres 
in this class interval. 

The following table shows the distribution of theatres and their receipts among the 
seven size-groups: 

THEATR ES 





Number of 


Percent 




Percent 


Size Group 


Establishments 


of Total 


Receipts 


of Total 


Total 


10.265 


100.0 


$415,153,000 


100,0 


$100,000 or more 


920 


8.9 


205,209,000 


49.4 


50,000 to $99,999 


1,218 


11.9 


84,947,000 


20.5 


20,000 to 49,999 


2,551 


24.9 


81,801,000 


19.7 


10,000 to 19,999 


1,873 


18.2 


27,091,000 


6.5 


5,000 to 9,999 


1,429 


13.9 


10,797,000 


2.6 


1,000 to 4,999 


1,772 1 


17.3 


5,054,000 


1.2 


Less than 1,000 


502 


4.9 


254,000 


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Places of amusement other than theatres are essentially small establishments, more than 
84 percent of the total number reporting receipts of less than 15,000 each for the year 1933 
and 43 percent reporting receipts of less than $1,000. Of a total of 19,472 establishments, 
less than one-sixth reported receipts for the year in excess of $5,000 and of these only 225 
or 1.1 percent reported receipts in excess of $50,000. This 1.1 percent, however, account 
for more than 4? percent of the total receipts of all amusement places other than theatres. 

The distribution of the number of amusement places other than theatres and the receipts 
of these establishments, by seven size-groups, are presented in the following table: 

AMUSEMENTS OTHER THAN THEATRES 



1 


Number of 1 


Percent 




Percent 


Size Group 


Establishments 


of Total 


Receipts 


of Total 


Total 


19.472 


100.0 


$105,065,000 


100.0 


$100,000 or more 


99 


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41,071,000 


39.1 


50,000 to $99,999 


126 


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8,903,000 


8.5 


20,000 to 49,999 


362 


1.9 


10,755,000 


10.2 


10,000 to 19,999 


762 


3.9 


10,411,000 


9.9 


5,000 to 9,999 ... 


1,691 


8.7 


11,602,000 


11.1 


1,000 to 4,999 


8,055 


41.4 


18,405,000 


17.5 


Less than 1,000 


8,377 


43.0 


3,918,000 


3.7 



HOTE LS CLASSIF IED BY SIZE. The hotel business is concentrated, to a high degree, in 

the larger hotels, particularly those having more than 200 guest rooms. Hotels of this size 
represent only 3.6 peicent of all hotels, but reported 51.9 percent of the total hotel re- 
ceipts for the United States; hotels with 50 to 199 guest rooms, representing 20.4 percent 
of all hotels, did 29.5 percent of the total business; while hotels with less than 50 rooms, 
which account for 76.0 percent of the total number, reported 18.6 percent of total hotel 
receipts. 

The following table summarizes the number of hotels and their receipts, by number of 
guest rooms: 

HOTELS CLASSIFIED BY NUMBER OF GUEST ROOMS 





1 Numb 


er of 


[Percent 


1 


Size Classification 


Establ 


ishments 


of Total 


Receipts 


All Hotels 


29,462 


I 

100.0 


$515,549,000 


Hotels with 










500 guest rooms or more... 




151 


•5 


119,646,000 


300 to 499 guest rooms 




344 


1.2 


80,105,000 


200 to 299 guest rooms 




553 


1.9 


67,938,000 


100 to 199 guest rooms | 




1,871 


6.4 


87,087,000 


50 to 99 guest rooms 




4,133 


14.0 


64,887,000 


Less than 50 guest rooms 1 




22,410 


76.0 1 


95,886,000 



jPercent 
^ of Total 

1 

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23.2 
15.5 
13.2 
16.9 
12.6 
18.6 



ANALYSIS OF RECEIPTS. Receipts are analyzed by source in Tables 5-a and 5-b by geo- 
graphic divisions and States for service establishments, places of amusement and hotels 
combined, and separately for each of these three groups. 



XXIV 

Receipts from sale of services necessarily include the value of supplies used by the 
establishments to perform the particular service rendered. Establishments engaged in amking 
mechanical repairs include the cost of repair parts and materials used in making repairs as 
receipts from service sales, and do not report the value of such repair parts and materials 
as sales of merchandise. 

Merchandise sales represent the receipts from the sale of merchandise not used as re- 
placement parts, supplies or materials, by the reporting establishments. 

Receipts of billiard parlors, bowling alleys and similar amusement activities for the 
use of thsir facilities were in all cases treated as admissions, even though no actual ad- 
mission was charged. 

American and mixed American and European plan hotels were not always able to report 
receipts from the sale of meals separately from room rentals. Room rentals are, therefore. 
Overstated and sales of meals are, to some extent, understated. 

The following table shows the percentage of receipts by source, for each of the three 
major groups: 

RECEIPTS BY SOURCE 











Source of receipt 


Service 


Places of 


Hotels 




establishments 


amusement 




All receipts 


100.0 


1 100.0 


100.0 


Receipts from 








Service sales 


97.4 


1 - 


- 


Admissions 


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.1 
1.6 


1 95.3 

.7 
1.5 




Room rentals 


58.8 


Sale of meals 


29.3 


Sale of merchandise 


3.0 


Other sources 


.5 


2.5 


8.9 







Many retail stores and some wholesale establishments are engaged in service activities 
incidental to their primary business of selling merchandise. Such service activities con- 
sist of parking, storage, repairs, cartage, cleaning, etc. Their receipts from such sources 
are presented by kinds of business and by States in Tables VIII and IX. They amount to 
$567,767,000, as reported by retail stores and §62,047,000, by wholesale establishments. 

Following is a summarization for the United States, of receipts from sales of service 
as reported by service, retail and wholesale establishments. 

Receipts of service establishments from sales of service 

(See Table 5) $1,680,717,000 

Receipts of retail establishments from sales of service 

(See Table 9) 567,767,000 

Receipts of wholesale establishments for parking, storage, 

cleaning, etc. (See Table 8) 62 .047.000 

Total receipts from service sales $2,310,531,000 



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Of the total receipts of service establishments, places of amusement, and hotels, $51,- 
601,000, or only 1.9 per cent were derived from the sale of merchandise in contrast to the 
service sales of retail establishments ($567,767,000), which represent 24.6 per cent of the 
total receipts from service sales ($2,310,531,000). Wholesale establishments contributed 
only 2.7 per cent of the total receipts from service sales. 

CHAIN S AND INDEPENDENTS . Although relatively unimportant from the standpoint of number 

(2 percent of the total), units operated by chains account for 18 percent of the volume of 
business of service establishments, places of amusement and hotels. The term "chain" as 
used in this report applies to all organizations owning and operating four or more units or 
establishments in the same kind of business. Establishments operated by organizations with 
less than four units are classified as independents. 

Of the 443,217 service establishments, 6,772 or 1 1/2 percent are units of chains and 
account for 13 percent of service receipts. Of a total of 29,737 places of amusement, 2,815, 
or 9 percent, are units of chains, and these account for 41 percent of amusement receipts. 
In hotels, chains represent only 2 percent of the total number of establishments, but their 
volume of business amounts to 10 percent of the total hotel business. 

Data for individual kinds of business are not tabulated by type of operation for the 
reason that chains are not a significant factor in the majority of kinds of service and amuse- 
ment enterprises. The chain units in the service field are for the most part cleaning and 
pressing shops, beauty parlors, photographic studios, adjustment and credit bureaus, shoe 
repair shops, storage warehouses, barber shops, and advertising agencies and billboard adver- 
tising agencies. In the amusement field, chain units in the motion picture group account for 
practically the entire chain representation and, likewise, the volume of business of amuse- 
ment chains is represented, for the most part, by the receipts of motion picture theatres. 

The ratio of operating expenses to total receipts for chain units is 82.8 for all serv- 
ice establishments, places of amusement, and hotels. The corresponding ratio for indepen- 
dents is 72.1. These percentages are not comparable, however, as chain enterprises are 
usually corporate organizations and, as such, properly include in their operating expenses 
the salaries of corporate officers and hired executives; while independent establishments, 
which are generally operated by a single proprietor or partnership, did no t include in their 
operating expenses an allowance for compensation of proprietors. In fact, a large number of 
independent establishments reported no employees (all work being done by the proprietor), 
and consequently no salaries and wages. Central office expenses of chains have as a rule 
been prorated to the individual units. 

DATE OF E STABLISHMENT . In Table 7, the 502,416 service establishments, places of amuse- 
ment and hotel, have been classified by date of establishment into three major groups, and estab- 
lishments which opened in 1933 are divided further to show the number which opened in each 
quarter of the year. 

Of the total number of establishments, 10 percent began business in 1933, 24 percent 
were established in 1930, 1931, or 1932, and 66 percent were in business in 1929. The new 
establishments in 1933 numbered 48,803, of which 12 percent opened in the first quarter of 
the year, 26 percent in the second, 33 percent in the third, and 29 percent in the fourth 
quarter. 

No data are available showing the number of establishments which started in business dur- 
ing the years 1930 to 1933, inclusive, but which were not in existence at the time of the 
enumeration which took place in the first four months of 1934. It is impossible, therefore, 
to draw any definite conclusions as to mortality of establishments in the various kinds of 
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The average receipts per establishment for 1933 for those establishments in operation 
both in 1929 and 1933 are slightly more than $6,700 as compared with $3,500 for establish- 
ments which opened in 1930, 1931, or 1932, and $2,200 for establishments which opened in 
1933. The low average receipts per establishment for businesses which opened since 1929 
weuld indicate that the great majority of these are very small businesses. 

The following table shows the distribution of establishments and receipts for businesses 
which were in operation in 1929 and 1933, those which began business in 1930, 1931 or 1932, 
and those which opened in 1933; 

EEBEEMIASE distribution of number of establishment s and their receipts, by date 

OF e stabli shment. 



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United States Total 100. o] 


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Service 
Establishments 1 


Places of 
Amusement 


Hotels 


Receipts 
100.0 


Number 
100. ol 

65.0 

25.5 

9.5 


Receipts 
100.0 


Number 
100.0 

59.0 
22.0 
19.0 


Receipts 
100.0 


Number 
100.0 


Receipts 
100.0 


1 

Establishments in operation 

in 1929 and 1933 1 66.0 

Establishments opened in 

1930, 1931 or 1932 24.3 

Establishments opened in 1 

1933 1 9.7 


80.8 

15.3 

3.9 


78.9 

17.7 

3.4 


75.0 

16.6 

8.4 


87.0 
9.0 
4.0 


93.1 

6.0 

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First quarter 1.1 

Second quarter ... 1 2.6 


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1.4 

1.1 

.4 


1.1 
2.5 
3.1 
2.8 


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1.2 
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1.6 
5.4 
5.8 
6.2 


2.6 

2.7 

2.3 

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1.6 

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•"7 


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Third quarter j 3.2 

Fourth quarter 2.8 


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The fact that more than one third of the establishments in operation in 1933 came into 
existence after 1929 and that the majority of these are small may suggest that many persons 
unable to secure employment elsewhere started new service or amusement enterprises, requir- 
ing small investment, in the hope of earning a livelihood. On the other hand, it is quite 
possible that the normal life of many establishments in the service and amusement fields is 
limited to a few years and that the same high proportion of new establishments would have 
been observed in years of prosperity. In the absence of data on new establishments in the 
years prior to 1930, no definite conclusions of this character can be drawn. 

For the individual kind of business classifications, considerable divergence from the 
United States percentages is indicated. Stability of operation is greatest in hotels, with 
87.0 percent of the establishments in operation both in 1929 and 1933; 9.0 percent opening in 
the years 1930, 1931 or 1932. and only 4.0 percent opening in 1933. The percentage of estab- 
lishments which opened after 1929 ranges from the minimum indicated for hotels to a maximum 
in the case of radio repair shops, in which classification only 30.6 percent of all estab- 
lishments reporting were in operation both in 1929 and 1933; 46.3 percent opened in the years 
1930, 1931 or 1932; and 23.1 percent opened in 1933. In other words, over two thirds of 
the establishments in the latter classification were not in operation in 1929. 



The following table presents, by kinds of business, the percentage distribution of the 
number of establishments in operation both in 1929 and 1933; those which opened in 1930, 
1931, or 1932; and those which opened in 1933: 
9927 



XXVIII 



PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS, BY DATE OF ESTABLISHMENT, 
BY SELECTED KINDS OF BUSINESS, FOR THE UNITEt STATES 



Kind of Business 



UNITED STATES TOTAL, 



Service Establishments -- Total 

Personal service: 

Barber shops 

Beauty parlors 

Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, alteration and repair shops; 
and valet shops 

Funeral directors and embalmers 

Laundries, hand (not including commercial laundries) 

Photographic studios 

Shce repair shops... 

Shoe shine parlors (including hat cleaning) 

Business service: 

Cartage and trucking establishments 

Sign paint.ing shcps 

Storage warehouses 

Mechanical repair service: 

Automobile top and body repair Lhcps 

Blacksmith shops *, '.. 

Cabinetmaker and carpenter repair shops 

Electrical repair chops 

Harneis, leather, and shoe repair shops 

Plumbing and heating repair ihops 

Radio repair shops (not including dealers in radios).. 

Tinsmith, sheet metal, and roofing repair shops 

Upliolstery and furniture repair shcpi ■.■...;:.... 

Watch, clock, and jewelry repair shrps 

Welding shops 

Miscellaneous service: 

Garages (storage) 

Parking lots 

Tourist camps; and tourist camps with filling stations... 



Establish- 1 Establish- 1 Estab- 
ments in Iments |lish- 
Operation j Opened in jments 



in 1929 
(and 1955 ) 



Amusements 



Total. 



Billiard and pool parlors, and bowling alleys. 

Dance halls 

Theatres— Total 



Hotels 



Total 



66.0 

65.0 

68.5 
46.6 



65. 





81 


2 


61 


7 


74. 


3 


67. 


5 


59 


2 


65 


9 


58 


2 


77 


5 


64 


5 


80 


6 


65 


3 


59 


8 


75 


9 


77 


9 


50 


6 


77 


2 


59 


1 


58 


.7 


64 


.6 


63 


.1 


40 


.5 


60 


.9 



59.0 

52.1 
56.1 
70.5 

87.0 



1930,1951 

or_1932 

24.3 

25.5 

23.0 
37.2 

26.5 
14.0 
31.4 
17.0 
24.9 
28.8 

26.8 
51.9 
14.2 

26.4 
15.2 
26.8 
28.9 
16.5 
17.5 
46.5 
17.9 
30.8 
29.3 
25.5 

21.8 
40.1 
28.3 

22.0 

27.5 
21.0 
14.2 

9.0 



Opened 
in 1955 



9927 



sof 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

Table 1 — tmlTSD STATBS STMIABT— ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. EMPLOYMENT. PAY ROLLS. AND EXPENSES, BY KINDS OF BUSINESS: 1933 

{Receipts and pay roll expressed in thousands of dolhrs) 



Kind of Business 



iifil'''^'" STATSS TOTAL 

Service Eatabliahmenta — Tbtal 

Porscnal serrlee: 
Barbar aliopa 
Beauty parlora 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, alteration and repair ahops; 

and valet shops 
Costume rental agencies 
Funeral directors and mbaljBers 
Fur repair and storage shops 

Laundrias, band (not including coionerclal laundries] 
Photographic studios 
Shoe repair ahope 

Shoe shine parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal senrices 

Business aerrice: 

Adjuslacent and credit bureaus, and collection agencies 

Advertising agenciea, and billboard adTertlsing agenciee 

Blueprinting and photostat laborstoriss 

Cartage and truclclng establishments 

Delivery service 

Dental Isboratoriss 

Duplicating, addreasing, mailing, and mailing liat service 

Linen supply service 

Photo finishing laboratories 

Si^ painting shops 

Storage warehouses 

Other business services 

Mechanical repair service; 

Automobile brajce repair, relinlng and adjuslsnent shops 

AutCBDobile paint shops 

Automobile radiator shops 

Automobile top and body repair shops 

Blsdcsmith shops 

Cablnebnaiier and carpenter repair shops 

Slactrical repair shops 

Eleva^o^ service (repair] 

Eamess, leather, and shoe repair shops 

Locksmith and gunsmith shops 

Usttrese renovstlng and repair shops 

plumbing and heating repair shops 

Radio repair shops (not including dealere in radioa) 

Saw and tool sharpening service 

Tinsmith, sheet metal, and roofing repair shops 

Tire repair shops 
^ Typemriter repair ahops 

Upholstery and furniture repair ahops 

Watch, clocli, and Jeeelry repair shops 

Celding shops 

Other mechanical repair eerrices 

Miscellaneous service: 

Automobile leundries 

Autcmoblle rental service 

Disinfectant and exterminating servicB 

Snployment agencies 

(jaragea ( storage] 

Eenstltiching, enhroidery, and buttonholing shops 

Parking lots 

Tourist camps; and tourist camps T7ith filling stations 

Window cleaning service 

Other miscellaneous services 

Affluseoents — Total 



Number 

of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



50a,416 



Billiard and pool parlor^ and bowling alleys 
Dance hai I *» 
Skating ricks 
Theatres — Total 

Theatres — legitimate stags and opera 

Theatres — motion picture 

Theatres — motion picture and vaudeville 
Other amnssmsnts 

Hotels — Total 



Tear-round — Total 

American plan 
European plan 
Mixed plan (Amerlcen and European) 

Seasonal — Total 

Amsrlcan plan 
European plan 
Mixed plan [.^merican and European) 



Amotmt 



1,785,114 



UT,e3:| 

42,073 

5S,4S9 
295 

i2,ess 

1,310 
13,691 

8,330 
50,425 

7,027 

2,319 



1,824 

1,479 

253 

23,102 

577 

947 

672 

461 

780 

3,007 

2,517 

2,302 



241 
1,694 
1,157 
3,636 
20,257 
2,063 
2,391 

141 
2,490 
1,937 

482 
6,608 
4,501 

778 
3,151 

578 

258 
4,758 
9,678 
2,545 
5,962 



733 
381 
321 

783 
2,123 

985 
3,152 
5,846 

387 
3,863 

29,737 



11,438 

2,933 

264 

10,265 

122 

9,499 

644 

4,837 

29,462 



27,U8 

4,044 
18,936 
4,148 



1,263 
604 
467 



204,387 

U6,795 

135,611 
2,199 
172,438 
5,065 
35,645 
31,873 
87,153 
10,032 
10,215 



35,159 
189,867 

3,875 
174,875 
8,550 
8,983 
6,736 
17,713 
5,493 
9,438 
72,085 
127,368 



1,940 

5,734 

3,539 

17,778 

21,563 

3,654 

U,169 

1,546 

2,880 

3,272 

1,284 

27,217 

6,145 

1,715 

11,959 

1,174 

746 

10,950 

14,707 

10,478 

17,809 



2,061 
5,420 
3,147 
3,274 

14,197 
1,620 

12,827 
8,483 
5,108 

21,163 

520,218 



Percent 
of 

total 



7.40 
4.23 

4.91 

.08 

6.25 

.IB 

1.29 

I.IS 

3.16 

.36 

.37 



1.27 

6.89 

.14 

6.33 

.31 

.33 

.21 

.64 

.20 

.34 

2.61 

4.61 



.11 
.12 
.51 
.06 
.46 
.31 



Number 
of 
Pro- 
prie- 
tors 



482,463 



Employment and Pay Roll 



Total 
pay roll 



31,710 

10,r - 
1,005 
415,153 
8,611 
356,316 
50,226 
62,102 

515,549 



493,241 

34,474 

402,102 
56,665 



12,509 
4,302 



1.15 

.37 

.04 

15.04 

.31 

12.91 

1.82 

2.25 

18.67 



128,709 
45,807 

59,965 

298 

15,571 

1,436 
16,262 

8,925 
52,781 

7,722 

2,022 



1,225 

1,101 

236 

25,196 

583 

1,026 

675 1 

316; 

880 

3,449 

1,968 

1,706 



235 
2,009 
1,306 
4,276 
22,088 
2,323 
2,691 

145 
2,629 
2,089 

589 
7,419 
5,078 

857 
3,599 

637 

291 

5,414 

10,156 

2,954 

6,755 



821 

274 

314 

825 

2,173 

1,090 

2,915 

7,921 

419 

4,310 

30,297 



1.25 
14.56 
2.05 



.16 

.20 



13,040 

3,412 

327 



8,024 

191 

5,234 



58,507 
38,974 

26,271 

736 

27,071 

1,070 

6,7^6 

. 7,213 

u,aei 

2,014 

2,799 



15,341 
29,792 
1,185 
57,301 
4,130 
3,075 
2,258 
5,784 
1,522 
2,461 
24,415 
45,262 



530 

1,624 

784 

5,381 

2,581 

667 

3,485 

644 

186 

506 

263 

6,289 

689 

347 

2,901 

164 

188 

1, 

1,597 

2,608 

4,364 



658 
1,583 
1,292 
1,197 
3,806 

397 
3,743 
1,157 
3,109 
7,346 

117,397 



Full-time employees 



Average 
number 



657,481 



356,190 



30,ri2 

5,017 

20,595 

5,100 



1,663 
718 
591 



7,482 

3,856 

299 

85,422 

3,666 

71,451 

10,305 

20,338 



71,347 
42,733 

28,274 
488 

16,414 

732 
7,811 
5,881 
12,876 
2,826 
3,027 



U,936 
U,642 
1,041 
39,291 
2,960 
2,378 
1,758 
5,374 
1,366 
1,550 
16,543 
20,248 



400 

1,211 

602 

4,046 

2,682 

358 

2,303 

318 

217 

455 

265 

3,447 

650 

294 

1,522 

169 

142 

1,401 

1,302 

1,896 

3,007 



773 

1,214 
815 
1,028 
3,619 
405 
3,123 
1,705 
2,575 
5,755 

87,372 



Payroll 



619.7B5 



9,016 

2,884 

246 

63,136 

1,1821 
54,030 

7,924 
12,090 



52,070 
35,618 

21,244 
646 

23,746 

814 

5,319 

6,375 

10,247 
1,66S 
2,529 



14,897 
38,253 
1,148 
46,451 
3,800 
2,881 
1,880 
5,653 
1,398 
1,778 
21,235 
34,881 



503 

1,221 

632 

4,284 

1,903 

369 

2,830 

445 

149 

429 

200 

3,556 

543 

303 

1,636 

139 

171 

1,326 

1,315 

2,145 

3,367 



464 

i;452 
1,147 
1,137 
3,668 

317 
3,476 

951 
2,669 
6,293 

106,568 



Average 
annual 
earnings 



1,048 



146,280 213,919 



140,973 

9,240 
116,292 
15,441 

5,307 

3,075 

9331 
1,299 



205,570 

14,573 
167,335 
23,662 



4,856 
1,428 
2,065 



5,716 

2,341 

222 

80,519 

3,457 

67,009 

10,053 

17,770 

139,759 



134,746 

8,700; 
lll,429i 
14,617 

' 5,013 

2,909 

883 

1,221 



730 

834 

751 
1,324 
1,447 
1,1X2 

681 
1,084 

796 

589 



1,248 
2,427 
1,103 
1,182 
1,284 
1,212 
1,069 
1,052 
1,023 
1,147 
1,284 
1,723 



1,258 
1,008 
1,050 
1,059 

710 
1,031 
1,229 
1,399 

687 

943 

755 
1,052 

836 
1,031 
1,075 

822 
1,204 

946 
1,010 
1,131 
1,116 



600 
1,196 
1,407 
1,106 

986 

783 
1,113 

558 
1,037 
1,093 

1.220 



Part-time employees 



Average 
number 



634 

812 
902 
1,275 
2,925 
1,240 
1,269 
1,470 



18,123 
8,955 

12,086 

151 

9,260 

376 

3,933 

1,945 

4,739 

1,503 

856 



931 

2,767 

95 

20,478 

2,006 

287 

878 

253 

295 

1,129 

7,694 

26,158 



55 
773 
244 

1,875 

1,791 
628 

1,073 
2U 
122 
153 
157 

4,681 
396 
80 

2,076 
54 
40 

1,222 
562 
780 

1, 



581 
216 
316 
131 
518 
206 
870 
78S 
762 
1,931 

30,787 



Payroll 



Total 
operating 
expenses 
{including 
pay roll) 

s/ 



81,809 



7,076 

5,384 

176 

12,857 

448 

U,698 

7U 

5,294 



653 21,908 



655 20,955 

597 1,936 

666 15,849 
618 



6,437 
3,356 

5,027 

90 

3,325 

256 
1,467 

838 
1,634 

349 

270 



1,539 

37 

10,850 

330 

194 

378 

131 

124 

683 

3,180 

10,381 



27 

403 

152 

1,097 

678 

298 

655 

199 

37 

77 

63 

2,733 

146 

44 

1,265 

25 

17 

657 

282 

463 

1,007 



194 
131 
145 
60 
238 
80 
267 
206 
440 
1,0S3 

10,829 



1,766 

1,516 

77 

4,903 

209 
4,442 

252 
2,568 



599 
618 
694 



550 
142 
261 



6,22; 

540 

4,863 

824 

294 

166 
50 
78 



3/ Dose not include caopeneation of proprietors. 



census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. AND HOTELS: 1933 

Table U^m.'ITKD STiTBS SlMtAKT— ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, EMPLOYMENT. PAY ROLLS. AMD EXPENSES. BY OBWfflAPSIC DITISICMS 

AjJD STATES 
{Receipts and pay roU expressed in UumsaTuis of dollars) 







Receipts 






Emplotment and Pat Roll 








Number 






Number 










Total 




















of 






of 




. Full-time employee! 


Part-time employees 


operating 


DITISIOU iMD Sliire 


estab- 




Percent 


Pro- 












expenses 
{truiuding 
pan roll) 

s/ 


lish- 
ments 


Amount 


of 

total 


prie- 
tora 


Total 
pay roil 


Average 
number 


Pay roU 


Average 
annual 


Average 
number 


PayroU 






»,760,e81 












earnings 






UNITED STiTaS TOTAL 


a>2,416 


100.0 


646,444 


(701,594 


657,481 


j6ia,78S 


tta' 202,519 


481,809 42,043,131 


t;L"'i a'GLiiiD 


36,769 


199,962 


r 

7.2 


38,654 


63,005 


45,668 


46,483 


14,170 


6,522 


151,725 


Connecticut 


6,755 


37,130 


1.3 


7,053 


9,228 


8,056' 8,010 


994 2,739 


1,218 


28,330 


VAiae 


3,613 


13,576 


.5 


4,008 


2,975 


3,517, 2,488 


707 1,186 


487 


9,280 


UaesachusBtts 


19,720 


118,616 


4.3 


20,342 


33,289 


27,092 29,3»8 


1,066 7,972 


3.891 


n,SM 


New Hajnpahlre 


2,090 


9,269 


.3 


2,305 


2,100 


1,971 1,874 


951 690 


226 


6,346 


flhode Xslend 


2,841 


15,216 


.6 


3,030 


4,007 


3,SUl 3,487 


1,09S 


1,114 


520 


U,a87 


Venasnt 


1,750 


6,265 


.2 


1,916 


1,406 


1,720 1,226 


ns 


470 


180 


4,296 


lODDLK AHJHTIC 


182,350 


901,622 


32.8 


130,976 


217,090 


168,702 194,848 


47,973 


22,242 


658,369 


New Jersey 


20,012 


103,681 


3.8 


21,631 


24,624 


20,864 


21,305 


1,022 7,183 


3,319 


80,324 


new Yo«c 


66,196 


626,893 


22.8 


70,784 


150.206 


108,996 


134,998 


1,257 27,281 


13,208 


447,516 


PennoylTanie 


36,142 


171,048 


6.2 


38,561 


42,260 


38,853 


36,545 


941 12,609 


5,715 


130,525 


EAST KORIE CaCTRAL 


108,243 


589,998 


21.4 


117,266 


152,645 


139,383 


U4,21S 


46,984 


18,330 


432,751 


IlUnolo 


34,173 


252,983 


9.2 


86,391 


66,229 


53,024 


58,714 


1,107 18,588 


7,516 


180,329 


Indiana 


13,029 


47,650 


1.7 


14,617 


11.266 


12,705 


9,815 


773 


4,276 


1,443 


34,640 


Uichigan 


i8,seo 


93,933 


3.4 


20,156 


24,149 


24,334 21,429 


881 


7,386 


2.720 


70,439 


Ohio 


29,925 


143,248 


6.2 


32,354 


36,840 


37,326 1 34,082 


913 


11,292 


4,758 


109, 9E0 


■ilsconaln 


12,536 


52,184 


1.9 


13,746 


12,069 


11, 995 1 10,175 


848 


5,442 


1,694 


37,383 


IfflST NORm CB1TR4L 


ei,34« 


246,316 


8.9 


67,507 


60,061 


64,4361 52,984 




19,418 


7,077 


179,305 


loMa 


U,566 


40,899 


1.5 


12,769 


8,609 


9,686 7,354 


759 


3,666 


1,156 


28,334 


Kansas 


8,617 


25,830 


.9 


9,641 


5,473 


7,234 i 4,727 


653 


2,512 


74« 


17,787 


Minnesota 


11,037 


53,213 


1.9 


12,109 


13,071 


13,337 ; 11,614 


871 


3,808 


1,457 


39,223 


Ulssourl 


17,091 


86,037 


3.1 


18,632 


24,587 


24,361 22,006 


903 


5,962 


2,581' 


65,506 


riebraslca 


7,649 


24,907 


.9 


8,480 


5,406 


6,065 4,631 


764 


2,317 


775 


16,057 


lloTth Dalcota 


2,603 


7,665 


.3 


2,838 


1,444 


1,887 1 1,286 


682 


633 


168 


4,979 


South Dai»ta 


2,783 


7,765 


.3 


3,038 


1,571 


1,866 1,366 


7S2 


720 


205 


5,419 


SOOTH AHillTIC 


44,989 


223,876 


8.1 


49,051 


59,713 


72,084, 53,406 




19,449 


6,307 


168,876 


Dalairar* 


961 


4,7U) 


.2 


1,005 


1,098 


1,092 


927 


849 


406 


171 


3,362 


District of Columbia 


2,413 


31,845 


1.2 


2,450 


8,603 


8,849 


8,174 


924 


1,095 


429 


24,710 


Florida 


6,270 


31,215 


1.1 


6,933 


8,488 


10,716 


7,664 


715 


2,270 


824 


25,511 


Oeoi^la 


6,389 


26,950 


1.0 


7,160 


7,221 


10,739 


6,617 


616 


2,273 


604 


19,789 


Maryland 


6,825 


37,161 


1.3 


7,188 


9,829 


9,356 1 8,529 


912 


2,868 


1,300 


27,709 


North Carolina 


6.227 


26,840 


1.0 


7,046 


7,107 


9,958 


6,416 


644 


2,593 


691 


19,635 


South Calollna 


3,854 


14,295 


.5 


4,178 


3,874 


5,207 


3,240 


622 


2,736 


634 


9,»1» 


Virginia 


7,405 


X,263 


1.2 


7,994 


9,159 


10,978 


7,956 


725 


3,807 


1,204 


25,352 


lest Virginia 


4,645 


17,597 


.6 


5,097 


4,334 


6,189 


3,884 


749 


1,401 


450 


12,897 


EAST SOOTH CENTRA 


23,849 


82,990 


2.9 


26,406 


21,847 


30,214 


19,286 




7.991 


2,562 


61,679 


Alabaisa 


5,326 


17,556 


.6 


5,893 


5,262 


7,477 


4,517 


604 


2,253 


736 


13,232 


Kentudty 


8,031 


28,471 


1.0 


8,922 


6,817 


8,497 


5,996 


706 


2,396 


821 


20,874 


Misslselppi 


3,771 


9,143 


.3 


4,151 


2,350 


3,933 


2,101 


534 


1,063 


249 


7,056 


Tenneaaee 


6,721 


27,820 


1.0 


7,440 


7,428 


10,307 


6,671 


647 


2,277 


757 


20,717 


»BT soniH CailBAL 


39,582 


156,325 


5.6 


44,347 


41,872 


53,154 


37.591 




14,799 


4.281 


116,336 


Arkaoaaa 


4,245 


12,076 


.4 


4,851 


2,868 


4,578 


2,592 


566 


1,093 


276 


8,728 


Louisiana 


5,653 


25,617 


.9 


6,096 


7,802 


9,131 


6,825 


747 


2.449 


977 


21.933 


Oklahoma 


8,674 


28,419 


1.0 


9,706 


7,258 


9,431 


6,615 


701 


2,212 


643 


20,948 


Texas 


21,110 


90,213 


3.3 


23,694 


23,944 


30,014 


21,569 


718 


9,045 


2,385 


67,329 


UDONTAH} 


16,360 


68,593 


2.6 


18,369 


18,945 


18,U6 


14,906 




5,638 


2,039 


51,336 


Arizona 


1,546 


7,972 


.3 


1,694 


2,066 


2,286 1 1,888 


82« 


499 


178 


6,622 


Colorado 


6,528 


22,579 


.8 


6,180 


6,053 


6,461 ; 5,375 


832 


1,735 


678 


17,1«5 


Idaho 


1,873 


0,985 


.3 


2,119 


1,469 


1,472 1 1,240 


842 


«91 


229 


4,876 


Montana 


2,460 


9,807 


.4 


2,770 


2,098 


2,079 1,774 


853 


862 


324 


6,754 


Nerada 


641 


3,148 


.1 


580 


694 


602 593 


986 


236 


101 


2,327 


Nea Mexico 


1,258 


4,815 


.2 


1,435 


1,211 


1,709 1,099 


643 


444 


112 


3,466 


Utah 


1,974 


e,U6 


.3 


2,240 


2,189 


2,300 


1,916 


833 


757 


274 


6,374 


Wyoming 


1,180 


5,171 


.2 


1,351 


1,165 


1,208 


1,022 


846 


414 


143 


3,762 


PACIFIC 


48,928 


291,199 


10.5 


53,868 


78,516 


66,725 


66,067 




26,101 


12,449 


220,556 


California 


35,665 


227,065 


8.2 


39.626 


61,290 


60,084 


52,144 


1,041 


18,818 


9,146 


170,775 


Oragon 


4,865 


22,546 


.8 


5.492 


6,013 


5,370 ' 4,729 


881 


2,427 


1,264 


16,902 


naahlngton 


8,198 


41,588 


1.5 


8,760 


U,213 

1 


10,271 i 9,194 


895 


4,856 


2,019 


32,879 



3/ DottB oot Ineludtt easpeoaatlon of proprlators. 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

CHART //-SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS 
RECEIITS AND NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS BY STATES 



PER CENT OF TOTAL 
6 7 8 9 10 



12 



13 



14 




15 24 



24.6' 



TOTAL RECEIPTS $1,725,114,000 

TOTAL NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 443,217 

■■■■■ RECEIPTS 
mmw/Z/m ESTABLISHMENTS 



Census of 
American 
Busine.ts 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

CHART /i/.-SERVK'K ESTABLISHMENTS 
^- FULLTIME PAYROLL AND M MIIER OF FULL-TIME EMflXJYEES UY STATES 

PER CENT OF TOTAL 
I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 23 




%7'/7',y// '/''/ /■" v^-^- - --^^ZK^ 



^^2^;S^ 



'X'/!!,:;'/-/./')'/:}:/ ,rw/7"Z/' 



S 



3? 



TOTAL FULL-TIME PAYROLL $373,458,000 

TOTAL NUMBER OF FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES 366,190 

^^^^ PAYROLL 

\;::;};'^7;ia^>mi employees 



Census of 
American 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. AND HOTELS: 1933 

Table 1B.-SEB7ICE ESTASUSBliEOTS— ESTABLISHMENTS . RECEIPTS. EMPLOYMENT. PAY ROLLS. AND EXPENSES. BY OEOOBiPHIC DITISIONS 

ASD STATES 
(Receipts and pay Toll expressed in thottsands of doUars) 







Receipts 


Number 
of 
Pro- 
prie- 
tors 


Employment and Pay Roll 


Total 
operating 
expenses 
{irududing 
pay roll) 




Number 

of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 




Percent 

of 

total 




Full-time employees 


Part-time employees 


DinSION AND STATE 


Amount 


Total 
pay roll 


Average 
□umber 


Pay roll 


\verage 
annual 


Average 
number 


PayroU 


















earnings 






2/ 


DSITEl) STATES TOTAl 


443, a? 


.^1, 725, 114 


100.0 


482,463 


»437,917 


366,917 


$373,458 


tl,048 


149,626 


$64,459 


11,065,450 


VEW SBOLAM) 


!3,006 


123,840 


7.2 


34,798 


32,890 


24,667 


27,667 




10,449 


6.223 


78,612 


Connecticut 


6,110 


23,081 


1.3 


6,434 


6,S39 


4,48d 


4,929 


1,098 


1,820 


910 


14,917 


Ualna 


2,878 


7,143 


.4 


3,110 


1,466 


1,211 


1,106 


913 


768 


369 


3,798 


' MusBachusstti 


18,168 


75,836 


4.4 


16,910 


21,145 


16,685 


18,192 


1,160 


6,330 


3,253 


49,152 


New Hampshire 


1,742 


4,643 


.3 


1,924 


929 


801 


797 


995 


361 


132 


2,399 


Hhode Island 


2,649 


9,641 


.6 


2,832 


2,521 


1,869 


2,082 


1,120 


902 


439 


6,333 


Vermont 


1,468 


3,497 


.2 


1,688 


691 


623 


661 


900 


278 


130 


1,923 


MIDDIS iTLAiraC 


1U.993 


594.946 


34.6 


120,230 


139,726 


94,062 


121,906 




36,675 


17,820 


354.829 


New Jersey 


lelisi 


6i;748 


3.8 


19,600 


14,897 


10.962 


12,266 


l,ll9 


5,058 


2,631 


40,167 


New Torlc 


61,219 


426,671 


24.6 


66,889 


98,542 


62,379 


87,948 


1,410 


21,664 


10,594 


248,408 


Pennsylvania 


32,649 


106,627 


6.1 


34,741 


26,287 


20,747 


21,692 


1,046 


9,953 


4,695 


66,264 


EAST BORTH CSmHAL 


97,249 


361,142 


20.9 


105,440 


90,697 


72,427 


76,463 




34,676 


14,224 


222,552 


111 loo ll 


31:317 


145;42l 


8.4 


33.6?6 


— J7,l59 


85,743 


Sl.lSS 


1,211 


14,647 


5,974 


88,806 


Indiana 


11,633 


29,766 


1.7 


13,040 


6,904 


6,666 


6,771 


840 


3,160 


1,133 


18,201 


Mlchl^n 


16,344 


60,648 


3.6 


17,698 


14,967 


13,054 


12,862 


986 


6,233 


2,096 


96,897 


Ohio 


»7,117 


91,669 


5.3 


29,323 


23,890 


20,222 


20,276 


1,003 


8,156 


9,616 


67,811 


flsconsln 


10,838 


33,748 


2.0 


11,804 


7,777 


6,540 


6,370 


974 


3,679 


1,407 


20,837 


IBST KIHPa CK.WBU 


62,885 


155,009 


9.0 


57,932 


37,779 


36,083 


32,625 




13,189 


6,254 


96,248 


Io« 


I0,l4l 


25,971 


1.6 


11,175 


6,i9r 


5,186 


4,422 


2S3 


2,266 


771 


U,«08 


Kansas 


7,287 


15,513 


.9 


8,128 


3,408 


3,902 


2,862 


733 


1,666 


646 


8,979 


Ulnneaota 


9,414 


31,492 


1.9 


10,338 


7,732 


6,718 


6.627 


986 


2,696 


1,106 


19,949 


Missouri 


1S,226 


57,441 


3.4 


16,476 


16.364 


14,169 


14,272 


1,008 


4,646 


2,082 


98,165 


Hsbraskn 


6,648 


16,169 


.9 


7,199 


3,449 


3,334 


2,922 


876 


1,442 


627 


9,762 


North Oalcota 


2,034 


4,166 


.2 


2,187 


776 


837 


670 


800 


304 


106 


2,916 


South Dakota 


2,235 


4,268 


.2 


2,429 


867 


947 


750 


7»» 


370 


117 


1,460 


SOOTH ATHmiC 


99,008 


128,476 


7.4 


42,696 


36,544 


39,322 


31,461 




14,919 


5,083 


61,956 


Delaware 


Hi 


2,839 


.4 


946 


657" 


B?r 


522 


91S 


jsr 


1J8 


i;714 


District of Colunbla 


2,228 


13,606 


.a 


2,309 


4,138 


4,017 


3,811 


949 


842 


327 


8,746 


Florida 


4,955 


15,349 


.8 


6,462 


4,472 


6,221 


3,896 


746 


1,671 


577 


10,408 


Georgia 


6,637 


16,608 


1.0 


6,183 


4,907 


6.368 


4,428 


695 


1,795 


479 


10,261 


Maryland 


6,210 


22,769 


1.3 


6,530 


6,208 


5,361 


5,128 


967 


2,205 


1,080 


14,802 


Worth Carolina 


6,318 


16,298 


.9 


6,043 


4,781 


6,777 


4,208 


728 


2,058 


679 


10,288 


South Carolina 


3,420 


9,847 


.6 


3,754 


2.892 


3,314 


2,331 


703 


2,367 


561 


6,037 


Tlrelnla 


6,486 


20,803 


1.2 


7,106 


6,868 


6,999 


4,846 


808 


3,062 


1,010 


13.479 


West Virginia 


3,999 


10,368 


.6 


4,384 


2,631 


2,693 


2,290 


860 


941 


341 


6,226 


EAST SOUTH CENTBAl 


a.l67 


65,647 


3.1 


£9,481 


14,738 


17,691 


12,735 




6,122 


2,009 


34,104 


Alabama 


4,700 


12,122 


.7 


6,212 


3,861 


4,812 


3,200 


666 


1,923 


661 


8,091 


Eentucli7 


7,186 


17,761 


1.0 


7,984 


4,253 


4,633 


3,742 


808 


1.669 


611 


10,909 


Mississippi 


3,364 


5,653 


.3 


3,688 


l,66S 


2,244 


1,368 


610 


828 


197 


3,616 


Tennessee 


6,918 


18,111 


1.1 


6,597 


5,069 


6,002 


4,426 


737 


1,802 


634 


11,488 


WEST SOOTH CEBTHAl 


99,964 


95.976 


5.6 


98,153 


27,641 


30,749 


23,979 




11.666 


3,562 


62,093 


Arkansas 


3.662 


7,162 


.4 


4,100 


1,842 


2,431 


1,618 


66< > 861 


224 


4,941 


Louisiana 


4,969 


15,726 


.9 


6,367 


6,359 


6,401 


4,487 


891 ' 2,086 


872 


11,06) 


Oklahoma 


7,152 


16,969 


1.0 


8,084 


4,393 


5,123 


3,918 


766 


1,516 


476 


10,710 


Tens 


18,281 


56,135 


3.3 


20,602 


15,947 


17,794 


13,966 


T84 


7,212 


1,991 


96,989 


ICDllTilN 


12,632 


36.674 


2.1 


14,035 


8,819 


7,986 


7,643 




3,116 


1,276 


23,008 


Arlsona 


1,222 


3,676 


.2 


1,S66 


S97~ 


B47 


781 


5ZZ- 


J7B- 


115" 


2,465 


Colorado 


4,347 


13,412 


.6 


4,861 


3,486 


3,106 


2,992 


964 


1,153 


494 


6,736 


Idaho 


1,452 


4,051 


.2 


1,645 


849 


720 


710 


186 


348 


199 


2,307 


Montana 


1,809 


4,975 


.3 


1,983 


979 


790 


793 


1,004 


436 


186 


2,700 


FSTada 


367 


1,200 


.1 


399 


283 


a6 


239 


1,106 


99 


U 


764 


New Mexico 


913 


2,426 


.1 


1,030 


607 


704 


632 


756 


239 


75 


1,616 


otan 


1,661 


4,452 


.S 


1,760 


1,174 


1,076 


1,027 


966 


368 


147 


2,839 


%OBiln« 


871 


2,663 


.1 


1,012 


644 


529 


469 


887 


194 


76 


1,697 


PACIFIC 


41.404 


179.404 


10.2 


46,698 


49,193 


34,185 


39,179 




19,017 


10,014 


112.149 


California 


30,661 


137,264 


8.0 


33,814 


36,195 


26,462 


' !b,9l2 


1,168 


13,816 


7,283 


87,248 


Oregon 


4,071 


14,095 


.8 


4,535 


3,969 


2,763 


2,903 


1,061 


1,680 


1,066 


3.975 


Washington 


6,772 


24,056 


1.4 


7,299 


7,038 


4,960 


1 6,364 


1,081 


3,521 


1,676 


15,926 


3/ Does not include compensation of proprletore. 

























Census of 
Aznttican 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

-PUCB OF IMUSBMENT ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. EMPLOYMENT. PAY ROLLS, AND EXPENSES, BT CEOGRIPHIC DIVISIONS 

AND ffEi^TBS 
{Receipts and pay roll expressed m Oiousavds of doUars) 








Receipts 


Number 


Employment and Pat Roll 


Total 




Number 










1 










of 






of 




Full-time employees | 


Part-time employees | 


operatuig 




estab- 
liah- 
menta 


Amoupt 


Percent 
of 

total 


Pro- 
prie- 
toni 


Total 
pay roll 








1 


expenses 
iincludtnu 
payroU) 

J/ 


DITISICH AND 9UIS 


Average 
number 


Pay roll 


Average] 
annuul j 


Average 
number 


PayioU 


















earnings! 







vktud auTB toiu. 


«»,737 


1580. as 


100.0 


30,297 


♦117,397 


87,378 


♦106,568 ♦1,220 


30,737 


110.829 


♦489,978 


SEW EHCS^HD 


S.113 


44,479 


8.6 


2.010 


10.461 


7,397 


9,642 


2,367 


819 


43,^820 


COEuwotlaiit 


■ 'S86 


6;914 


1.7 


337 


i:770 


i;33e 


1,601 ' 1.197 


578 


169 


8,685 


Halu 


!» 


1.581 


.3 


352 


319 


317 


264 { 801 


231 


66 


1,461 


Hassacbuaatts 


1,038 


8e.eeo 


5.2 


908 


6,681 


4,510 


6,251 1 1,386 


1,102 


430 


26,782 


NaT Baspahir* 


159 


8,ei5 


.6 


169 


669 


430 


617 1,371 


162 


52 


2,456 


Utoio lalant 


U7 


5,780 


.7 


122 


898 


653 


630 


1,271 


170 


68 


3,822 


Tamont 


US 


8S9 


.1 


128 


184 


129 


89 


690 


124 


36 


615 


KTODU ITLUlnO 


5.415 


187.481 


38.2 


4,951 


36.954 


22.907 


54,372 




6.357 


2.582 


164.578 


Haw Jaraa7 


953 


82,599 


4.4 


854 


4,656 


2;723 


4,182 


1,636 


1,119 


374 


23,108 


Saw T<M» 


2,eio 


109,148 


21.0 


2,315 


26,188 


14,209 


23, 5« 


1,658 


3,066 


1,631 


103,762 


Panosrtranla 


1,838 


35,574 


6.3 


1,782 


7,210 


6,976 


6,633 1,110 


2,170 


577 


37,708 


UST mmm cisiitru. 


e.303 


us.ioe 


22.1 


6,658 


28,696 


20,629 


26.784 


7,969 


2,911 


105,270 


llllMia 


1,53< 


58,848 


10.2 


1:569 


13,692 


8,711 


12,5l8 


1,437 


2,382 


1,174 


44,142 


ImUaaa 


855 


8,670 


1.6 


978 


1,839 


1,639 


1.651 


1,007 


674 


168 


8,155 


nehlgSD 


i,ao 


17,813 


3.4 


1,270 


4,448 


3,377 


4,064 


1,200 


1,446 


394 


17,446 


miia 


I, est 


87,881 


5.3 


1,998 


6,894 


5,577 


6,063 


1,087 


2,201 


831 


27,465 


Wiaeooaln 


SIS 


8,895 


1.6 


835 


1,828 


1,326 


1.498 


1,131 


1,266 


324 


8,062 


WSST HDHTH CBHTRAL 


t.4e8 


42,131 


8.1 


4,889 


9,846 


7,308 


8,014 




3,676 


1,232 


38,936 


lom 


— W- 


7;898 


1.4 


'895 


1,444 


1,266 


1,166 


920 


823 


279 


6,619 


Eaflaaa 


7tS 


5,430 


1.0 


787 


912 


1,006 


780 


776 


529 


132 


4,709 


Ki&iaaota 


73* 


9,m 


1,8 


715 


1,964 


1,436 


1,747 


1,217 


723 


207 


8,789 


UaaaoTl 


984 


13,158 


2.5 


1,069 


3,699 


2,466 


3,36« 


1,361 


888 


343 


12,932 


Itobrmaka 


M» 


3,908 


.8 


748 


738 


663 


667 


855 


591 


171 


3,413 


■arth Bakota 


878 


1,460 


.3 


287 


217 


219 


181 


826 


157 


36 


1,067 


South DaJcata 


315 


1,758 


.3 


328 


282 


254 


218 


868 


231 


64 


1,406 


SOOTH ITUBTIC 


S.OM 


48.636 


8.2 


3,168 


9,041 


8,252 


8,232 




2.484 


6S9 


38,235 


Dalawara 


58 


1,017 


.2 


58 


197 


166 


176 


1,064 


70 


2t 


995 


Dlatrlat of Columbia 


108 


5,544 


1.1 


81 


1,079 


672 


1,033 


1,637 


147 


46 


4,919 


norMa 


433 


4,988 


1.0 


470 


1,369 


866 


1,188 


1,372 


361 


171 


4,483 


Gaorgla 


475 


4,940 


.9 


506 


1,OT6 


1,126 


938 


828 


209 


74 


4,433 


MaryUm 


see 


10.150 


2.0 


382 


2,314 


1,920 


2,146 


1,U8 


469 


168 


9,197 


Horth Carolina 


317 


4,783 


.9 


566 


873 


1,109 


801 


722 


270 


72 


4,159 


Soyth Carolina 


851 


2,055 


.4 


263 


414 


649 


360 


656 


246 


64 


1,713 


Virginia 


518 


5,401 


1.0 


476 


1,115 


1,168 


991 


848 


453 


184 


4,764 


laat Virginia 


339 


3,764 


.7 


367 


684 


676 


606 


696 


270 


78 


3,618 


B»BT SOOTH COTTHAI. 


1.498 


13.026 


2.6 


1.581 


2.809 


2,928 


2,445 




1.0O2 


364 


12.256 


llabsna 


354 


2,395 


.5 


394 


521 


592 


475 


602 


202 


46 


2,144 


Eantuoky 


488 


5,429 


1.0 


492 


1,144 


1,116 


910 


815 


510 


234 


6,300 


Ulealaalppl 


813 


1.46S 


.3 


224 


261 


362 


232 


641 


SO 


19 


1,306 


Taanaaaaa 


483 


3,737 


.7 


471 


893 


858 


828 


966 


210 


66 


3,507 


■EST SOm CBRHIL 


8.585 


27.934 


5.4 


2.837 


6,587 


6,932 


5.122 




1,633 


466 


26.448 


irtasaaa 


307 


1.761 


.3 


350 


295 


373 


268 


713 


115 


27 


1,446 


Lonlalau 


373 


5,288 


1.0 


386 


1,066 


1,083 


985 


910 


253 


80 


5,162 


OkUhoM 


688 


5,604 


1.1 


777 


1,166 


1,256 


1,074 


866 


363 


92 


4,951 


Tazaa 


1,857 


16,881 


9.0 


1,324 


3,061 


3,221 


2,795 


868 


1,102 


266 


13,869 


IBOmilH 


1.435 


11.614 


2.2 


1.542 


2.568 


2.339 


2.169 




1.400 


409 


10.374 


Irl.iola 


125 


1,357 


.3 


138 


257 


266 


224 


845 


109 


33 


1,269 


Colorado 


431 


3,475 


.7 


437 


899 


9Q0 


830 


922 


240 


69 


3,153 


Idaho 


177 


1,146 


.2 


202 


189 


177 


144 


814 


207 


46 


1,009 


Mntau 


801 


1,794 


.3 


206 


397 


298 


318 


1,067 


234 


79 


1,597 


■arada 


39 


611 


.1 


34 


113 


95 


83 


874 


73 


30 


473 


In liaiiao 


157 


686 


.1 


189 


109 


136 


90 


662 


121 


19 


534 


Utah 


199 


1.530 


.3 


228 


401 


315 


317 


1,006 


261 


84 


1,456 


ffjroDlng 


10« 


1,015 


.2 


108 


203 


153 


163 


1,000 


155 


50 


883 


picmc 


8.754 


55,871 


10.7 


2.731 


12,036 


9,681 


10,798 




3,509 


1,238 


51,062 


California 


1,958 


44,137 


■ 8.6 


1,961 


9,728 


7,406 


8,774 


1,186 


2;452 


954 


40,228 


Oragon 


301 


3,667 


.7 


313 


729 


639 


694 


930 


437 


135 


3,336 


Waahlngton 


501 


8,067 


1.5 


467 


1,579 


1.636 


{ l.«30 


874 


620 


149 


7,498 
















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^ Docs Dot laoluda ocuqMiiMtloa of proprUtovt, 



American 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

CHART JV- PLACES OF AMUSEMENT 
RECEIPTS AND NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS BY STATES 



PER CENT OF TOTAL 
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2 




TOTAL RECEIPTS $520,218,000 

TOTAL NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 29,737 

^mi^m RECEIPTS 
\mim::i&>i^ ESTABLISHMENTS 



C«i»us of 
American 
Business 



SEKVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. AND HOTELS; 1933 

CHART v.- PLACES OF \MISEMENT 
FULLTIME PAYROLL AND M.MBER OF Fl'LI,TIME EMPLOYEES BY STATES 



16 17 18 19 20 21 2? 




TOTAL FULL-TIME PAYROLL $106,568,000 

TOTAL NUMBER OF FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES 87,372 

PAYROLL 
EMPLOYEES 



Census of 
American 
Busim-ss 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

CHART VI.- IIOTKLS 
KECEIPTS AND NIMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS BY STATES 




TOTAL RECEIPTS $515,549,000 

TOTAL NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 29,462 

RECEIPTS 
] ESTABLISHMENTS 



3 of 

Amencao 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

CHART VII.- HOTELS 
FULL-TIME PAYROLL AND NUMBER OF FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES BY STATES 



PER CENT OF TOTAL 
7 8 9 10 II 




TOTAL FULL-TIME PAYROLL $139,759,000 

TOTAL NUMBER OF FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES 213,919 

PAYROLL 
EMPLOYEES 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 



H6TEIS 



ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. EMPLOYMENT, PAY ROLLS. AND EXPENSES. BT GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS 
AND STITSS 
(Receipts atid pay roll expressed in tkousartds of doUars) 







Receipts 






Emplotmbnt and Pay Roll 








Number 






Number 












Total 




















of 






of 




Full-time employees 


Part-time 


employees 


operating 


OmSION AND SliTB 


estab- 


- 


Percent 


Pro- 


Total 
pay roll 










expenses 














lish- 
ments 


Amoimt 


of 
total 


prie- 
tors 


Average 
number 


PayroU 


Average 
annual 
earnings 


Average 
number 


PayroU 


(including 
pay roll) 

5/ 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


29,4S2 


•516,549 


100.0 


33,684 


4146,280 


213.919 


•139,759 


»653 


81,908 


»6,521 


•437,705 


NEW T^GLANf 


1.651 


31.643 


6.1 


1.846 


9,664 


13.604 


9.174 


1,353 


460 


29,393 


Conoect'eut 


S«0 


6,156 


1.0 


882 


1,619 


2,230 


1.480: 664 


341' 


139 


4,728 


Maln« 


436 


4,818 


.9 


646 


1,191 


1.939 


1,1281 567 


196 


63 


4,021 


MasaachuasttB 


52* 


16,081 


3.1 


530 


5,163 


6.897 


4,956} 718 


540 


208 


15,650 


Now Banp3tilr« 


189 


1,801 


.4 


218 


508 


780 


460i 639 


167 


42 


1,504 


Rhode Islanl 


76 


1,796 


.3 


76 


688 


800 


575 1 719 


41 


13 


1,732 


VeraoDt 


167 


2,079 


.4 


800 


691 


968 


576 693 


68 


16 


1,758 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 


«.»« 


139.266 


27.0 


5.796 


40,410 


51,714 


38.570 


4.940 


1,840 


133,958 


Hew Jersey 


988 


19,234 


3.7 


1,177 


5,171 


7,170 


4,857 677 


1,006 


314 


17,069 


Now York 


S,373 


91,074 


17.7 


8.680 


26,476 


32,418 


25,493 787 


8,649 


983 


96,346 


PounsylwanSe 


1,841 


28,947 


5.6 


2,038 


8,763 


12,132 


8,880| 678 


1,386 


643 


26,553 


EAST NOBTH CENTRAL 


4.691 


US. 760 


88.1 


6.168 


33.163 


46.386 


31,968, 


4.361 


1.196 


104.929 


Illlnoie 


1,320 


64,716 


10.6 


1,867 


15,378 


18.669 


16,011 808 


1,669 


367 


47.381 


Indiana 


S41 


9,284 


1.8 


599 


2,616 


4,199 


8,393 570 


442 


182 


8,884 


Mlchlean 


1,02« 


16,672 


3.0 


1,190 


4,744 


7,903 


4,613 


671 


708 


231 


16,096 


Ohio 


922 


23,998 


4.7 


1,036 


8,056 


U,525 


7,744 


672 


935 


312 


24,674 


fflBooneln 


888 


10,140 


8.0 


1,087 


2,470 


4,130 


8,307 


669 


607 


163 


8,494 


WEST NORTH CEWRAL 


3.973 


49,176 


9.6 


4,746 


13,036 


22,046 


18,446 




2,358 


691 


44,122 


Iowa 


571 


7,636 


1.5 


699 


1,878 


31834 


i;767 


646 


477 


105 


6,907 


Kansae 


606 


4.867 


.9 


726 


1,163 


8,387 


1,086 


466 


316 


68 


4,099 


Mlnneaota 


B91 


12,610 


2.6 


1,056 


3,386 


5,184 


3,240 


686 


490 


145 


10.685 


Mlasourl 


941 


15,438 


3.0 


1,087 


4,634 


7,737 


4,378 


566 


694 


166 


14,419 


Nebraska 


436 


4,830 


.9 


633 


1,219 


2,066 


1,142 


568 


283 


77 


4,882 


North Dakota 


297 


8,050 


.4 


364 


451 


831 


436 


583 


73 


16 


1,597 


South Dakota 


833 


1,745 


.3 


281 


422 


666 


398 


598 


119 


24 


1,533 


SOOTH ATLAOTIC 


2.886 


62.764 


10.3 


3.197 


14.188 


24, 5U 


13,713 




8,047 


416 


48.686 


Delaware 


40 


864 


.8 


48 


244 


354 


230 660 


37 


14 


689 


District of Golumble 


77 


12,696 


8.6 


60 


3,386 


4,160 


3,330 


800 


307 


66 


11,046 


Florida 


888 


10,884 


8.1 


981 


2,667 


4,629 


2,681 


558 


349 


76 


10,620 


Georgia 


377 


5,408 


1.0 


471 


1,308 


3.845 


1,257 


387 


279 


61 


5,099 


Varylend 


229 


4,848 


.8 


876 


1,307 


2,075 


1,256 


606 


194 


68 


3,710 


North Carolina 


398 


5,759 


1.1 


437 


1,453 


3,073 


1,407 


468 


266 


46 


5,138 


South Carolina 


173 


8,393 


.6 


171 


568 


1,345 


549 


408 


134 


19 


2,167 


Virginia 


408 


7,059 


1.4 


413 


2,186 


3,811 


2,116 


565 


898 


70 


7,109 


Weat Vlrrlnla 


307 


3,475 


.7 


346 


1,019 


1,819 


988 


643 


190 


31 


3,059 


lAST SOOTH CEWTRAL 


1.194 


16.317 


3.2 


1.344 


4.300 


9,597 


4,105 


_ 


868 


196 


15,519 


Alabama 


278 


3,039 


.6 


887 


870 


2,073 


342 


406 


188 


88 


21997 


Kentucky 


378 


5,881 


1.0 


446 


1,420 


2,748 


1,344 


489 


319 


76 


4.665 


Mississippi 


804 


2,026 


.4 


239 


634 


1,328 


501 


377 


166 


33 


2,136 


Tennessee 


340 


5,972 


1.8 


372 


1,476 


3,448 


1,418 


4U 


866 


58 


6,788 


WEST SOUTH CENTRA! 


2.973 


38.416 


6.3 


3.367 


8.744 


16.475 


3,490 


_ 


1.301 


254 


30.797 


Arkaasss 


366 


3,163 


.6 


401 


731 


1.776 


706 


398 


127 


26 


2,941 


Louisiana 


311 


4,603 


.9 


343 


1,378 


2,647 


1,353 


511 


110 


86 


5,093 


ultlahon* 


734 


6,868 


1.1 


845 


1,699 


3,053 


1,683 


638 


333 


76 


6,837 


Tsias 


1,672 


18,797 


3.7 


1,768 


4,936 


9,000 


4,808 


654 


731 


US 


17,471 


KOUOTAIH 


2.393 


80.305 


3.9 


2.798 


6.668 


7,791 


5.204 


_ 


1.183 


564 


17,954 


Arizona 


199 


3,040 


.6 


201 


918 


1,173 


883 


753 


111 


29 


8,887 


Colorado 


760 


6,698 


1.1 


888 


1,668 


2,456 


1,553 1 638 


348 


U6 


5,256 


Idaho 


244 


1,788 


.3 


278 


431 


676 


386 


670 


136 


46 


1,560 


y.tontana 


450 


3,038 


.6 


581 


788 


991 


663 


669 


193 


69 


2,457 


Nevada 


136 


1,337 


.3 


147 


298 


291 


271 


931 


64 


87 


1,090 


New Mexico 


188 


1,703 


.3 


8l« 


496 


869 


477 


549 


84 


18 


1.337 


Utah 


284 


8,134 


.4 


268 


614 


910 


671 


687 


187 


4S 


2,036 


Wyoming 


803 


1,673 


.3 


231 


418 


685 


MO 


768 


66 


18 


1,332 


PACIFIC 


4.760 


59.924 


11.6 


5,439 


17.287 


81 .858 


16.090 


. 


3.676 


1.197 


67.345 


California 


3,348 


46,674 


8.9 


3.861 


13,367 


16,216 


18,468 


768 


8,560 


909 


43,299 


Ore pen 


493 


4,784 


.9 


594 


1,385 


1,968 


1,232 


686 


310 


93 


4,591 


Washington 


9>S 


9,466 


1.8 


994 


8,595 


3,674 


8,400 


663 


715 


196 


9,455 



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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TABLE. 4. SEBTICE ESTABLISHMa/TS AMD PLACES OF AWUSSt.iEt7r — ITOJIIER AND RECEIPTS, BY SIZE OF ESTABLlSHliniT, FOR THE L"JITt.iJ STATES. 

BY KHIDS UF BUSL.ESS 

(Beeeipts expressed In thousands cf dollaps) 





AU. 

BSTABuaramTS 


BSTABLISHMWIS WTW AmWAl RBCTTPTS 07 




1100,000 or 


>S0, 


OOO to 


♦20,000 to 


$10,000 to 


$6,000 to 


n,000 to 


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mors 


»99,999 


»49 


999 


(19,999 


»9 


999 


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999 


$1,000 


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Number 


Receipts 


Muaber 


teceipts 


Kiunbsr 


leceipti 


Number 


leeeipte 


Number 


leceipta 


HUUiber 


Iscelptl 


Number 


leoeiptl 


Numbs r 


iseelpts 


OTaTKD STATE TOTAL 


172,951 


2,245,332 


2,247 


654,691 


3,351 


231,055 


9,793 


299,399 


16,000 


219,920 


34. 2U 


£3,"^, 158 


237,367 


516,586 


170,062 


90,623 


Stfrrlea Establishmaits ~ Total 


i43,217 


1,725,114 


1,228 


408,311 


2,007 


137,206 


6,880 


206,643 


13,365 


182,418 


31,094 


210,759 


227,440 


493,127 


161,203 


86,461 


PvnonAl 8«rTlee; 
BaAer shops 
Beaut; parlors 


117,832 


204,367 


3 


341 


9 


584 


63 


2,350 


543 


6,914 


4,092 


26,224 


69,121 


141,9e'> 


43,961 


26,969 


42,073 


U6,795 


23 


3,491 


72 


4,706 


368 


11,266 


1,198 


16,176 


3,601 


24,377 


21,856 


48,942 


14,936 


7,833 


Clsanln«» dyalng, prasslng, alteration 


































and repair shops; aad Talet shops 


55,459 


135,611 


1 


141 


18 


1,113 


171 


4,628 


1,198 


15,465 


.4,712 


31,276 


32,743 


73,590 


16,616 


9,398 


CoetUBis rental agencies 


295 


2,199 


5 


943 


1 


70 


6 


196 


25 


328 


35 


232 


158 


393 


65 


37 


Punaral directors and ambalmers 


12,655 


172,436 


93 


15,631 


431 


27,939 


1,677 


55, £96 


2,860 


40,574 


3,036 


21,724 


3,626 


10,655 


712 


419 


Fur repair and storage shops 


1,310 


5,065 


- 


- 


2 


104 


17 


515 


63 


1,079 


206 


1,395 


719 


1,805 


881 


167 


Laucdrlea, hand (not inoludinc 


































oonnerolal laundries) 


13,691 


36,645 


_ 


_ 


6 


344 


66 


1,736 


342 


4,426 


1,356 


9,084 


6,137 


17,691 


3,782 


2,363 


Photographie studios 


8,330 


31,873 


15 


2,607 


17 


1,078 


114 


3,220 


409 


5,610 


1,033 


7,055 


4,625 


11,273 


2,117 


1,130 


Shoe repair shops 


50,423 


87,153 


1 


120 


5 


288 


139 


3,911 


505 


6,775 


1,747 


U,692 


26,391 


52,729 


21,637 


11,636 


Shoe skiAe parlora (laoludln« hat 


































"*'-*-fl) 


7,087 


10,032 


_ 


_ 


1 


63 


10 


299 


51 


631 


246 


1,667 


2,598 


5,634 


4,121 


1,648 


Other paraooal servicea 


2,319 


10.215 


5 


737 


14 


952 


44 


1,313 


154 


2,U3 


296 


2,059 


1,138 


2,696 


668 


345 


fioslness serrloe: 




































































collsction agencies 


1,824 


35,169 


61 


15,479 


92 


6,419 


177 


5,749 


217 


3,082 


349 


2,468 


696 


1,862 


232 


UO 


Adnrtlsine agencies; and biUboard 


































adrertlslng agencies 


1,479 


189,867 


222 


163,906 


163 


11,524 


268 


8,771 


2U 


2,991 


225 


1,683 


334 


963 


56 


29 


Blusprl^itlng and photostat laboratories 


253 


3,875 


2 


460 


15 


1,044 


30 


920 


56 


856 


53 


372 


77 


2U 


18 


10 


Cartage and trucking eatabllsbnsnta 


23,102 


174,875 


243 


45,452 


441 


29,926 


1,161 


35,703 


1,408 


19,697 


2,29e 


16,009 


10,794 


24,322 


6,757 


3,767 


DellTery serries 


577 


8,650 


23 


5,102 


IS 


876 


37 


1,132 


29 


374 


54 


381 


261 


590 


160 


95 


Dsntal laboratorlss 


947 


8,983 


4 


609 


IS 


1,193 


83 


2.494 


125 


1,649 


221 


1,664 


423 


1,228 


73 


46 


DupUcatlng, addl«aslng, and mailing 


































serrloe; and mailing Uat serrloe 


672 


5,736 


9 


1,2S7 


9 


705 


37 


1,244 


61 


884 


106 


7U 


374 


960 


77 


45 


Linen supply ssrrlos 


461 


17,713 


41 


6,436 


44 


3,097 


117 


3,727 


U6 


1,626 


88 


654 


47 


168 


6 


5 


Photo finishing laboratories 


780 


5,493 


3 


641 


14 


969 


36 


1,143 


73 


999 


122 


829 


327 


618 


203 


94 


Sign painting shore 


3,007 


9,438 


2 


471 


5 


412 


41 


1,215 


109 


1,608 


252 


1,701 


1,661 


3,644 


937 


487 


Storage saiabousea 


2,517 


72,065 


157 


35,332 


191 


13,437 


440 


14,166 


330 


4,713 


338 


2,439 


673 


1,612 


386 


186 


other buBlnsss aerrloaa 


2,302 


127,368 


217 


69,156 


209 


16,138 


395 


12,281 


393 


6,564 


348 


2,531 


586 


1,689 


154 


67 


Uecbanloal repair ssrrlee: 


































AutoBDblla bralce repair, rollnlng and 


































adjustisent shops 


241 


1,940 


- 


_ 


7 


479 


15 


500 


16 


244 


55 


398 


113 


301 


33 


16 


Autoiaabils paint shops 


1,694 


5,734 


1 


U6 


2 


132 


31 


836 


80 


1,056 


167 


1,120 


936 


2,225 


477 


245 


Automoblls radiator shops 


1,157 


3,539 


- 


- 


1 


56 


16 


471 


39 


518 


104 


667 


695 


1,634 


302 


173 


Autcnchlls top and body repair shops 


3,636 


17,778 


4 


536 


16 


1,060 


131 


3,696 


262 


3,619 


519 


3,519 


1,924 


4,719 


760 


427 


Blaokaaltb shops 


20,257 


21.563 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


214 


67 


779 


330 


2.114 


6,750 


12,674 


13,112 


6,782 


CablnstnaJisr and carpcntsr repair shops 


2,063 


3,654 


- 


- 


1 


62 


13 


384 


36 


482 


82 


545 


816 


1,684 


1,115 


497 


Eleetrleal repair shops (not Including 


































retail stares with alsotrlcal 


































rsrpalr deparlBients) 


2,391 


11,169 


11 


1,943 


13 


916 


51 


1,673 


147 


1,971 


245 


1,686 


1,156 


2,676 


768 


405 


Klsvator aerrlce (repair] 


141 


1,546 


1 


102 


1 


62 


21 


630 


29 


400 


32 


243 


41 


109 


16 


10 


Hft-Tneoa, leatbsr and shoe repair shops 


2.490 


2,660 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


25 


5 


71 


36 


235 


968 


1,816 


1,490 


731 


Loe!ismltb snd gunsodth shops 


1.937 


3,272 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


1 


39 


24 


328 


76 


513 


915 


1,904 


919 


486 


Uattress renovating and refelr shops 


4S2 


1,264 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


57 


15 


206 


57 


367 


236 


647 


170 


87 


Plumbing snd heating repair shops 


6,606 


27.217 


3 


444 


12 


768 


127 


3,376 


452 


6,139 


1,068 


7.293 


3,362 


8,285 


1,584 


912 


Badlo repair shops (not inolullng 


































dealera in radios) 


4,501 


6,145 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


803 


40 


523 


132 


841 


1,637 


3,303 


2,684 


1,275 


Saw snd tool sharpanlng ssrrlee 


778 


1,715 


- 


- 


2 


144 


8 


232 


16 


211 


49 


330 


277 


624 


426 


174 


Tinsmith, eheet metal, snd roofing 


































repair sbo{A 


3,161 


U.959 


3 


341 


11 


621 


66 


2,061 


180 


2,416 


340 


2.330 


1,592 


3,665 


957 


505 


Tire rsjair shops (not Including 


































retail dealers) 


578 


1,174 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


108 


12 


166 


39 


263 


248 


511 


275 


137 


Typevrlter repelr shops (not inclining 


































retaU typswrltor dsalera) 


258 


746 


- 


- 


1 


61 


- 


- 


10 


142 


26 


164 


444 


330 


78 


49 


Upholstsry and furniture repair shops 


4,758 


10,950 


2 


226 


- 




37 


1,036 


108 


1,439 


359 


2,396 


2,225 


4,666 


2,027 


961 


Hatch, clodf, and Jswelry repair shops 


9,678 


14,707 


2 


278 


1 


68 


14 


365 


57 


769 


279 


1,657 


4.557 


8,616 


4,768 


2,512 


Welding ehope 


2,545 


10,478 


2 


287 


9 


578 


62 


1,511 


138 


1,669 


368 


2,499 


1,437 


3.457 


539 


297 


Other meolnnlcai repair ssrrioss 


5,962 


l?.e09 


6 


960 


23 


1,569 


85 


2,699 


170 


2,264 


341 


2,313 


8,968 


6,873 


2,347 


1,131 


Miscsllansous serrloe: 


































AutoaobUe laundrlea 


733 


2,061 


. 


- 


- 


- 


13 


307 


31 


427 


64 


437 


331 


751 


294 


139 


Autcnobile rentel eerrloe 


381 


5,420 


3 


498 


17 


1,036 


67 


1,785 


88 


1,237 


78 


564 


. 94 


273 


44 


25 


Dlslnfeotant snd exterminating eerrloe 


321 


3,147 


2 


396 


5 


329 


32 


975 


52 


708 


50 


366 


136 


361 


44 


22 


laiployiMnt agenclee (not including 


































goremment operated agenclee) 


783 


3,274 


4 


635 


1 


65 


12 


363 


36 


460 


96 


656 


441 


1,061 


193 


U4 


Garages (storage) 


2,123 


14,197 


13 


1,665 


29 


1,692 


111 


3,367 


196 


2,716 


282 


1,979 


790 


2,079 


702 


309 


Hvastltohlng, anhroidsrlng, and button- 


































holing shops 


985 


1,620 


- 


- 


1 


61 


2 


46 


16 


806 


48 


301 


361 


737 


558 


279 


Purklng lots 


3,152 


12,827 


3 


641 


9 


516 


69 


1,929 


203 


2.662 


4U 


2,962 


1,465 


3,655 


992 


460 


Tourist caJBps 


5,846 


6,463 


1 


249 


2 


149 


10 


333 


52 


674 


233 


1,513 


1,939 


4,121 


3,609 


1,444 


Wlndov alsanlng servioe 


367 


5,106 


6 


912 


15 


1,030 


36 


1,043 


87 


1,249 


69 


473 


136 


379 


38 


22 


Othtr ffilsaellaneous ssrrlces 


3,663 


21,163 


29 


7,286 


36 


2,567 


106 


3,364 


172 


2,371 


241 


1,677 


1,373 


3,206 


1,904 


693 


Amnseoents — Total 


29,737 


520,216 


1,019 


246,280 


1,344 


93,850 


2,913 


92,666 


2,635 


37,502 


3,120 


22,399 


9,627 


23,4W 


a,e79 


4,172 


Billiard and pool parlors, and boftllug 


































aUers 


11,436 


31,710 


6 


1,624 


12 


623 


107 


3,006 


392 


6,249 


981 


6,716 


5,184 


U,882 


4,756 


2,411 


lenoe halls 


2,933 


10,248 


6 


1,084 


19 


1,286 


64 


1,863 


132 


1,829 


223 


1,522 


920 


2,046 


1,669 


624 


Sksting rinJu 


264 


1,005 


- 


_ 


3 


204 


7 


221 


13 


165 


23 


152 


76 


185 


142 


56 


naetsra — Total 


10,265 


415,153 


920 


205.209 


1,216 


84,947 


2,551 


81.801 


1,673 


27,091 


1,429 


10,797 


1,772 


5,064 


502 


264 


Theaters — legitimate etsge (Bd opsre 


122 


6,611 


20 


6.190 


17 


1.258 


22 


736 


19 


262 


17 


130 


13 


32 


14 


3 


theaters — Botiou pieturs 


9,499 


386,316 


761 


166,290 


1,046 


71.971 


2,336 


74.706 


1,789 


25,653 


1,367 


10,335 


1,718 


4,915 


460 


846 ' 


Theatere— aotloi picture and TSUderiUs 


644 


50,226 


139 


30,729 


155 


11,718 


191 


6,359 


65 


976 


45 


332 


41 


107 


6 


6 


Other Musflo&ents 


4,837 


62,102 


87 


36,363 


92 


6,566 


164 


6,676 


225 


3,148 


464 


3,212 


1,875 


4,290 


1,910 


625 



-19- 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. AND HOTELS: 1933 

TABUS 41.-— ^HWICK aSTJiBLIOTWaiTS— WJUBEH AMD RECBIPTS, BY SIZE 0? ESTAHLISHMEMT, FOR THE UNITED STATES, BY CffOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATFS- 

(Raoelptf expr»s6e<3 Id thousands or dollere) 



nrVISION AND ETATS 



ALL 



flumbsr Reoaipts 



EbTABLIalDffiOTS WITH ANNUAL iffiCEIFTS OF ■ 



$1U0,0P0 or 
mors 



Nimbsr Racalpts 



^0,000 to 



KUfflbar Raoalpta 



120,000 to 
$49,999 



Numbar Raealptf 



#10,000 to 

^19,999 



Numbar Racalpte 



4p5,0OO to 
49,999 



Number Raoelpts 



vl.OOO to 
^,999 



Number Receipts 



Leaa than 

el, 000 



Number RacelptB 



UMirm STATBS TOTAL 



HBV BNGLA^ . 



Coonactleut •. 
Itoloa 

Maaaacbuaatts 
Naa Hampsbira 
Bboda I a land . 
Vermont 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC , 



N«« Jaraay . . 
Na« York .... 
Panoaylvanla 



EAST NOMB CENTRAL , 



lUlnoia ., 
indlaoA .. 
Hlehlgui .. 

Ohio 

WlacODalD , 



■EST NORTH CENTRAL . 



lOOB 

Eansaa 

yloDaaota . . . 
Miaaouri .... 
Habraaka .... 
'North Dakota , 
oouth Dakote . 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 



Delawar* 

Diatrlet of Columbia 

riorlda 

Gttorgla 

Itoryland 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

laat Virginia 



EAST SOOTH CENTRAL . 



Alabama .... 
EtDtuoky . . . 
Ulaalaalppl 
Taoitaaaa* . . 



WEST SOITTH CENTRAL . 



Arkanaaa .. 
Loulalana . 
Oklahoma . 
Taxas . . . . . 



BTlxona .. 
Colorado 
Idaho ... 
Uontana .. 



Ba* UBxieo , 
Utah 

■riBiDg .... 



California . 
Oragoo . . . . , 
laahlngtoa . 



1,928 



13,365 



33,005 



6,110 
2,678 
18.158 
1,748 
2,649 
l,4fi8 

111 , 993 



18,131 
ftl,213 
3B,S49 

97,849 



31,317 
11,6'33 
16,344 
27, U7 
10,838 

52,885 



10.14i 
7,287 
9,414 

15,226 
6,546 
Z.OM 
£,S39 

39,008 



4,966 
5.537 
&.SIO 
5,318 
3,420 
6,485 
3,999 

21,157 



4,700 
7,185 
3,354 
5,918 

33,984 



3,582 
4,969 
7.152 
18,281 

12,522 



1,262 

4,347 

1,452 

1.809 

367 

913 

1,551 

871 

41,404 



30,561 
4,071 
6,772 



123, diO 



11,109 



16,825 



15,61E 



2,474 



16,827 



18,694 



39,928 



9,896 



SS,081 
7,143 

75,835 
4,643 
9,641 
3^497 

594,94* 



3,148 

301 

13,271 

968 
143 

214,463 



1,658 

159 

7,605 

303 

1,097 

87 

41,679 



110 
34 
327 



3,330 
945 

9,871 
559 

1.816 
304 

64,012 



3.118 
857 

9.244 
485 

1,473 
435 

54,071 



455 
166 
1,501 
113 
143 
96 



3,084 

1,102 

10,232 

781 

998 

630 

6Z,792 



3,481 
1,589 
10,454 
1,007 

1,386 
775 

64,081 



7,522 
3,206 
22 . 657 
2,192 
2,751 
1,600 

139,381 



1,797 

1,021 

5,027 

558 

939 

554 

31,488 



61,748 
426,671 
106,527 

361,142 



36 
342 



7.554 
190,126 
16.783 

64.614 



426 

103 



4.924 

29,540 
7,215 

30.324 



277 

1,343 
525 



8,263 

40,037 
15,7l2 

45,266 



552 

2.521 

896 

a, 811 



7,387 
34,253 
12,431 

38,427 



1,217 
6,107 
1,944 

6,148 



8,131 
41,338 
13,323 

41,804 



10,369 
37,285 
16,427 

47,094 



22.310 

82,990 
34,0P1 

100,065 



5,606 
13,189 
12,693 

38,969 



145,421 
29,756 
60,648 
91,609 
33,748 

155,009 



4a, 682 
1,341 
15.601 
14,738 
4,252 

20.331 



167 
40 



132 
41 



11,277 
2,657 
4,718 
8,914 
2,758 

13,244 



559 
158 
;>19 
434 
146 



16,910 
4,604 
6,393 

13.108 
4,351 

17,052 



96? 
308 



267 
1,286 



13,022 
4,232 
6,037 

11.454 
3,SS2 

16,712 



2,255 

569 

987 

1,693 

644 

2,983 



15,355 
3,882 
6,707 

11,538 
4,422 

20,079 



15,691 
4,768 
9,477 

12.412 
5,746 

26,573 



34,200 
9,941 
17.906 
25,872 
12,144 

55.876 



11,559 
5,781 
6,103 

11,551 
3,975 

21,233 



25,971 
15,619 
31,492 
57,441 
16,169 
4,155 
4,206 

i£a,47d 



2,068 

5,646 

11.890 
708 



15.671 



1.276 

666 

2,554 

6,779 

1,711 

141 

117 

10,074 



2,435 
1,763 
3.387 
7,254 
1,543 
390 
260 

16,753 



241 
124 
246 
426 
121 



3,230 
1,696 
3,421 
5,836 
1,623 
447 
457 

16,970 



524 
341 
539 
1,013 
360 
94 
112 



3,503 
2,270 
3.637 

5,907 

2,360 

620 

762 

19,995 



5,372 
3,535 
5,171 
7,263 
3,196 
1,012 
1,024 

18,317 



11,222 

7.319 
10,993 
15,541 
6,620 
2.091 
2,090 

41,338 



3,885 
3,216 
3.282 
6,129 
2,788 
380 
1,053 

15,671 



2,839 
13,605 
16,349 
16(608 
22.769 
16,298 

9,847 
20,803 
10,358 

53.647 



130 
2.415 
1,403 
1,295 
3.856 
1,454 
1,610 
3.157 

351 

4,078 



363 

95(4 
1.299 
1.441 
l,ft«4 
1,007 

973 
1,632 

41? 

4,399 



163 
2.114 
1,593 
2,456 
3.000 
1.850 
1,125 
2,670 
1,787 

7,333 



137 

137 
165 



176 
112 



755 
2.190 
1,878 
2,210 
3,063 
2,110 

935 
2,290 
1,539 

6,381 



53 
352 
359 
409 
407 
460 
217 
480 
244 



359 
2,368 
2,367 
2,745 
2.739 
3,076 
1,465 
3,214 
1,662 

8,515 



423 
1.336 
2,672 
2,310 
3,226 
2,518 
1,347 
2,932 
1,653 

8,474 



903 
3,381 

5.861 
5,267 
5,906 
5.802 
3,007 
6,541 
3,671 

18,216 



12,182 
17.761 
5,653 
18,111 

95,976 



824 
1,739 

239 
1,279 

10,606 



1,233 

1,037 

165 

1,960 

7,934 



1,418 

3.610 

678 

2,627 

11,908 



1,232 

2,036 

534 

2.579 

9,970 



331 
359 
124 
450 



2,219 
2,417 



3,049 
13.366 



7,152 
15,726 
16,063 
56,135 

36,674 



121 
2,359 
1,125 

7,201 

2,956 



323 
1,892 
1.226 
4,503 

2,154 



62 
215 



906 
2,528 
1.859 
6,615 

4,422 



114 
144 
424 



744 
1,529 
1,975 
5,722 

4,493 



150 

279 

338 

1,221 

868 



968 
1,883 
2,211 
8,284 

5,924 



3,578 
13.412 
4,051 
4,975 
l.SOO 
2,426 
4,452 
2,583 

175,404 



100 

1.700 

234 

146 

260 
267 
249 



137,254 
14,095 
24,055 



119 
11 
21 



31,215 
2,169 
4,177 



1 
238 



422 

1,143 

211 

115 



20Z 

61 



348 
1,550 
3T4 
835 
189 
206 
604 
116 

23, $67 



127 
39 



418 
1,706 
552 
513 
201 
282 
525 
296 

19,782 



105 
256 
96 
135 



106 
69 



12,920 
1,346 
2,026 



18,560 
1,594 

3,113 



1,085 
140 
215 



14,871 
1,888 
3,023 



2,428 
256 
436 



716 
1,744 
64? 
907 
245 
432 
764 



16,704 
1,766 
2,987 



1,865 
3,002 
1,165 
2,442 

15,619 



4,107 
6,338 
2,349 
5,422 

34,577 



1,501 
2.013 
3,199 
8,906 

6,426 



3,229 
4,326 
6,927 
20.095 

14,214 



560 
2,183 
791 
947 
230 
461 
716 
518 

22,162 



16,699 
2,117 
3,346 



1,326 
4,664 
1,745 
2,087 
515 
1,063 
1,569 
1,245 

49yf32 



37,745 
4.517 
7,270 



316 

285 
1,809 
2,542 

2,205 
2,100 
1,723 
2,768 
1 ,923 

10.612 



2,342 
3,559 

1.999 
2.712 

15,082 



1,844 
2.441 
3,383 

7,414 

4,708 



487 
1,704 
511 
655 
83 
356 
658 
254 



9,448 
1,473 
2,623 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMISEMENT. -M_' HOTELS: 1933 
— piiCBs 07 imsaffiwr — itoihkr and hbcstpts, by sizb or lETiBLisra-KiT, ron tf^ witto stats, bt ctoghapfic Dm!>ioT:s a»© stxi 

(Rseolpta oxprassed in thousands of dollars) 



DITTSION AMD STATE 



ALL 

establisbmentj 



Number itacalpts 



estajblishuznts bitu ankuaL receipts of — 



♦100,000 or 

more 



Nombar tecelpts 



♦50,000 to 
^99,999 



Number Eieeelpt3 



♦20,000 to 
f49,S99 



Number Beoelpts 



♦10,000 to 
)I9,999 



Number Raeelpts 



♦5,000 to 
♦9,999 



Number iteeeipts 



♦1,000 to 

;f4,999 



Number Hecalpls 



Less than 
«1,000 



DNITED STATES TOTAL 

NEI ENGLAND 

Conaectlcut , 

UBtiia , 

UBBB«CbUB«tta , 

Ns« Haopahlre 

Rhode Island 

Vezmont , 

UISDLX ATLANTIC 

Worn Jersey 

Ilev Torlt , 

peoaerlvafila 

EAST mns cEirrittL , 

IllUe4a 

lafflana 

Iflehlgen , 

OMe 

Wlavottals , 

nST NORTH CENTRAL 

I««a 

Ikasas 

Ulnneaote 

Missouri , 

Nebraska 

North Dakota , 

South Dakota 

SOUTH ATLAJrriC 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida ,.., 

Georgia , 

Uarrlaod 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

Seat Virginia 

EAST SODTH CEHTHAL 

Alabeoa 

Kentucky , 

Uiselsslppl 

Traseeeee 

VEST S0D1S CENTRAL 

Arkansas 

Louisiana , 

Oklahcoui 

Texas 

UOQIITAIN 

Arlxooa 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Ifontena . . . .' 

KSTBda 

Hb« Uaxloo 

Utah 

Vytulas 

PACI7IC 

California 

Oregon 

■ashlnctoQ 



1,544 



385 


8,914 


899 


i.eai 


,039 


28.660 


lU 


2,815 


117 


3,780 


115 


689 



167,421 



9&3 
2,610 
1.8S£ 

6,303 



22,699 
109,146 
35,574 

115.106 



1.536 

855 

1,210 

1.666 

616 

4.486 



65 
108 
433 
475 
386 
517 
261 
512 
339 



354 
466 
215 
463 

2,625 



307 

373 

688 

1,257 

1,435 



125 

431 

177 
201 
39 
157 
199 
106 



1,962 

301 
501 



52,846 
8,670 

17,613 
27,681 
8.296 

42.131 



854 


7,292 


725 


5,450 


732 


9,111 


924 


13.158 


666 


3.906 


272 


1.460 


315 


1,752 



42,636 



1.017 
5,544 
4.962 
4.940 
10,150 
4,783 
2,055 
5.401 
3,764 

13,026 



2,395 
5,429 

1,465 
3,737 

27,934 



1,761 
5,288 
5,604 
15,281 

11,614 



1,357, 
3,475 
1,146 
1.794 

ail 

666 
1,530 
1,015 

55,871 



44,137 

3,667 
8,067 



9,209 



14.627 
1.499 
2.047 



1,952 

3as 

5.408 
460 
979 



503 

4,169 
345 
478 
352 

17,732 



31 
17 



409 
236 
784 
192 



250 
175 
600 
93 



111 
113 
397 



264 


95 


256 


ISl 


990 


233 


185 


39 



14,100 
60,386 
13,625 

55,601 



182 
135 



3,819 
13,120 
9.445 

1«,B79 



265 

210 



2,423 
8,635 
6,764 

21,356 



196 

193 



2,760 
2,730 



8,534 



200 
652 



633 
1,803 
1,480 

4,678 



330 
922 
531 

1,875 



771 
2,295 
1.283 

4,429 



275 
506 
512 



104 
13 



35,747 
1,941 
5,962 

10,892 
1.059 

10.674 



7.387 
1.630 
3.760 
5.252 
1.550 

5.654 



136 
193 



5.432 
2,438 
4,431 

6,012 
3,043 

11,785 



112 
176 



1,842 
1,251 
1,640 
2,537 
1,264 

5,853 



112 
196 



,184 
612 
797 

.362 
723 



450 
269 
35S 
574 
227 



1.049 
660 
836 

1.336 
548 

3.785 



427 
292 

413 

6a 

270 



1.447 

919 

2,411 

5,250 

647 



904 
615 
1,600 
1.722 
232 
388 
193 



2.226 

1,837 

2,550 

3,299 

978 

323 

572 

8.344 



91 
61 
18 
25 



1.082 
935 
1,144 
1,329 
810 
233 
320 



782 


296 


413 


262 


728 


238 


661 


324 


533 


226 


264 


84 


296 


127 



716 


275 


608 


262 


594 


194 


768 


268 


575 


265 


199 


114 


325 


99 



4 


531 


13 


4.296 


10 


2.756 


6 


1.105 


13 


4,967 


5 


718 


2 


242 


6 


940 


5 


656 



1 


99 


9 


714 


4 


272 


9 


1,287 


3 


2,384 


4 


917 


7 


440 


S 


1,696 


3 


948 



3.363 



155 
233 

776 
1.130 
1,593 
1.586 

575 
1.286 
1,010 

3,377 



45S 
579 
563 
694 
352 
576 
432 



101 


49 


272 


166 


362 


179 


346 


115 


369 


179 


154 


97 


370 


197 


440 


101 



122 


11 


381 


155 


409 


144 


259 


82 


416 


172 


254 


90 


457 


160 


236 


98 



1,096 



1.291 



302 

2.105 

112 

844 

7,004 



511 
683 

306 
676 



595 

1.362 

469 

951 

8,303 



21 
32 



290 
461 
22? 
609 

3,676 



292 
367 
130 
289 

2,166 



142 

163 



343 
371 
187 
390 



1,997 

783 

4,224 



704 

996 

2,366 

3,014 



566 
1,496 
1,723 
4,495 

3,068 



341 

537 

779 

2,021 

1,656 



1,063 



115 
101 
247 
411 



274 
233 
678 
918 



338 
179 



575 
117 



21. no 



294 
1.093 
183 
230 
191 
176 
453 
395 

14,781 



360 
1,069 
385 
341 
123 
190 
313 
257 

10,770 



183 
443 
262 
262 



179 
175 



4,166 



289 
112 
209 
65 
121 
199 
103 



18,009 

637 

2.904 



12.789 

613 

1.479 



246 
38 
69 



7,790 
1.113 
1.867 



2,607 
668 
890 



1,261 
266 

461 



1,454 
229 
394 



117 
157 



116 
130 
222 
379 



90 


54 


328 


166 


172 


61 


120 


78 


31 


5 


124 


79 


172 


78 


71 


35 



-a- 



Census of 
American 

Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TAEIX 4C. HOISLS NtHEER AHD HStXIETS, BY SI2Z OF 2STABUS3(ENT, FOB 1HE UNnSD STATES, 

ET OtOKlilHIC DTVISKHS AND STiSS 



(Bseeipta ezpiesssd In Uiousands of dollars) 



DinSION AND STATE 



All Hotsls 



Number Receipts 



Hotels having ' 



SCO gueat roomA 
OF mor* 



fftimber Receipts 



Number Receipts 



300 to 499 
guest rooms 



Number Receipts 



200 to 299 
guest rooms 



100 to 199 
guest roooBs 



Number Receipts 



Number Receipts 



50 to 99 
guest rooms 



less than 
50 guest rooms 



Number Receipts 



DHITED STATES TOTAL 

BE* ENOJINO 

Goimactlcut 

Mslns 

Ifesaacbusetts 

New Hampshire 

Rliode Island 

Tezmont 

mlHJLE ATLAHTIC 

New Jersey •• 

HeT York 

Peimsylvaiiia 

EAST NORm caiTRAL 

Illinois 

Indiana 

laablgm 

Ohio 

Vlsconsln 

ircST NORTH CajTRAL 

Iowa ••••• 

Kansas ••••••■••••••••■ 

Uinnesota 

Missouri 

Nebraska ....•••...,... 

North Dakota 

South Ibkota 

SOirC^ ATUNTIC 

Delaware 

District of Columbia • • 

Florida 

Georgia ...>•..> 

Maryland 

Hortb Carolina 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

EAST SOUTH CQITRAL 

AT nhamw ..•■•■.■.....•. 

Eentufiky 

Mlsslesippl ••••• 

Tonnsasse 

WEST SOUTH CEHTHAL 

Arkansas ■ 

Louisiana ■ 

Oklahcoa •••.•••.! 

Texas 

MSQHTAIM 

Arizona •>....... 

Colorado •>•• 

Idaho ••.•>••>■.■.>•••. 

Montana 

Nevada 

Hew Mezlao 

Utah 

Wyonlng 

PACIFIC 

California 

Orsgoa 

Waahlngton 



$515,549 



tU9,646 



3M 



♦80,105 



♦67 ,938 



1,871 



♦87,087 



4,133 



♦64,887 



22,410 



1,651 



31,643 



260 
436 
5S4 

189 

75 

167 

4,942 



5,135 
4,812 
16,021 
1,801 
1,795 
2,079 

139,255 



928 
2,373 
1,641 

4,691 



19,234 
91,074 
28,947 

113,750 



1,320 
541 

1,026 
922 
882 

3,973 



571 
605 
891 
941 
435 
297 
233 



40 
77 
882 
377 
229 
392 
173 
406 
307 



272 
378 
204 
340 

2,973 



356 

3U 

734 

1,572 

2,393 



199 
750 
244 
450 
135 
188 
224 
203 

4,760 



3,342 
493 
925 



54,716 
9,224 
15,672 
23,998 
10,140 

49,176 



7,636 
4,867 
12,610 
15,438 
4,830 
2,050 
1,745 

52,764 



854 
12,696 
10,884 
5,402 
4,242 
5,759 
2,393 
7,059 
3,475 

16,317 



3,039 
5,281 
2,025 
5,972 

32,415 



3,163 

4,603 

5,852 

18,797 

20,305 



3,040 
5,692 
1,788 
3,038 
1,337 
1,703 
2,134 
1,573 

59,924 



45,674 
4,784 
9,466 



5,141 



2.741 



5,737 



94 



4,806 



5,896 



1,222 



♦95,886 
7,322 



621 
3,772 



46,712 



1 
106 



2,633 

108 

25,404 



1,847 
787 

2,690 

186 

165 

62 

17,307 



1,274 

700 

2,229 

85 

34 

484 

15,251 



40 
83 
95 
28 
14 
25 

554 



792 
1,337 
2,191 
607 
242 
727 

11,445 



192 
325 
362 
157 
56 
130 

3,828 



3,398 

38,238 

5,075 

43,255 



3,153 

17,589 

4,657 

14,498 



3,181 

10,861 

3,265 

12,303 



67 

141 

63 



2,738 
8,099 
4,414 

17,831 



138 
272 
144 

700 



2,241 
5,655 
3,551 

11,025 



689 
1,746 
1,393 

3,369 



27,358 

952 

5,400 

9,435 

110 

3,395 



8,647 
1,051 
1,497 
2,579 
724 

8,745 



4,656 
2,104 
1,747 
2,894 
902 

6,720 



142 
37 
70 
78 
47 



6,284 
2,014 
2,190 
3,981 
3,362 

9,257 



258 

80 

160 

132 

70 

518 



4,309 
1,344 
2,113 
1,914 
1,345 

8,457 



810 
405 
745 
660 
749 

3,162 



1,181 
2,214 



5,299 



2,144 

4,858 

815 



10,524 



1,697 

1,253 

1,131 

1,822 

618 

172 

22 

8,824 



2,005 

584 

2,301 

1,882 

1,144 

551 

790 

11,390 



81 
64 
149 
130 
53 
23 
18 



1,424 
1,195 
2,229 
1,904 
1,022 
419 
264 

6,873 



443 
S22 
666 
722 
355 
257 
197 

2,185 



4,567 



825 



475 

3,984 

1,539 

1,826 

974 

748 

978 



4,188 



1,779 
2,514 

657 

220 
1,208 

560 
1,099 

797 

2,463 



1,568 
2,611 
1,012 
1,308 
1,296 
743 
1,647 
1,205 

3,025 



2 
12 
153 
40 
24 
58 
25 
45 
40 

121 



46 
580 

1,989 
724 
480 

1,135 
474 
965 
430 

2,072 



37 
26 
635 
306 
1B4 
295 
134 
326 
242 

974 



13 

812 

6,228 



671 
1,823 

264 
1,430 

3,824 



99 

698 

183 

1,483 

5,595 



1,036 
853 
617 
519 

6,155 



27 
33 
23 

38 

271 



390 
688 
323 
671 

3,477 



223 
316 
164 
271 

2,507 



386 
1,191 

805 
3,846 

305 



495 
1,012 

974 
1,343 

2,110 



304 

404 

442 

4,445 

2,188 



420 

656 

1,436 

3,643 

4,431 



42 
17 

71 
141 

295 



707 

234 

799 

1,737 

4,546 



297 

272 

622 

1,316 

1,984 



8,486 



458 
1,117 



396 
139 

8,071 



1,078 

708 

10 

126 

93 



173 
6,801 



9 
30 

8 
14 

6 

7 
12 

6 

445 



353 
819 
700 
818 
140 
737 
510 
354 

14,941 



101 
33 
59 
16 
12 
27 
19 

990 



544 

1,243 
515 
733 
578 
303 
373 
257 

U,096 



156 
612 
202 
375 
112 
169 
182 
176 

3,179 



7,782 
704 



6,8U 
407 
853 



4,252 
954 

1,595 



309 
45 

91 



10,781 
1,304 
2,856 



685 
100 
206 



-I- 



8,299 
1,101 
1,696 



2,234 
339 
606 



1,222 

1,367 

2,506 

923 

606 

698 

23,136 



4,5^a 

10,634 

7,984 

14,638 



3,462 
1,759 
2,725 
3,135 
3,697 

12,602 



1,562 
1,830 
3,624 
2,758 
1,231 
908 
669 

9,854 



333 

21S 
2,231 
1,183 
1.260 
1,372 

626 
1,638 

993 

3,744 



843 

1,206 

638 

1,057 

7,136 



651 
1,106 
1,396 
3,783 

6,725 



607 
1,805 
563 
1,361 
526 
663 
550 
650 

10,529 



7,749 
1,018 
1,762 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TABLE a. CABTAO AND TRDCKINO ETABLISraJIMTS NTJl-SEH AND RBCEIPTS, BY SIZE 07 SSTABLISHMHJT, TOH TOE IW lff g D STITB, 

BY CBOGHAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 



(Rsoalpts exprsased Id tbouaandB of dollars) 



DIVISION AND :JTaTE 



ALL 
ESTaBLISHMEOTS 



ssikBti3smn:3 ivm annual BECEtprs of ■ 



#100,000 or 

more 



450,000 to 

$99, 099 



#aj,000 to 
»49,999 



BecelpU Number 



♦10,000 to 
919,999 



$5,000 to 
99,999 



11,000 to 
»4,999 



Rscalpts 



Lsas tbao 
»1,000 



UNITED STATES TOT^ 

XEW SNGLAIJD 

ConitBctlcut 

MBlna 

UB33e''hUS8tt3 

Now Kamps'i < r« , 

Rhode Island 

Varraont 

KIDDLE ATLANTIC 

New Jersey , 

Ke* York 

PeonaylvajilQ 

£«£T NOHTH CENTRAL , 

minola , 

lodtana 

t'licblfjaa 

Ohio 

ttlaeoQsln 

WE:5T NORIIi CE-ThAL , 

lo«a 

Kansas ..'. 

Ulonsflota 

Uisaourl 

Nebraska 

North Dokota , 

South DaJTota 

SOUTH aTLA-'JTJC , 

Delaware 

District of coluDb^a , 

Florida 

Georgia , 

Maryland 

North carol 1 na 

South i^arol Ina , 

VlrglQla (.., 

West Virginia , 

EAST SOtjTU CSiJTRAL 

Alabiune - 

Kent'icky , 

Ulealsslppl 

Tenoessee , 

WEST £;0"JrH CENTRAL , 

Arkansas 

Louisiana , 

Oklahoma 

Texs 9 

MOUNTAIN 

Arizona , 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Uoatana 

Nevada 

New Meiloo 

Utah 

Wyoming 

PACIFIC 

Caltfornla 

Oregon 

nashington 



288 


4.585 


120 


512 


614 


10,384 


as 


4S0 


65 


1,083 


211 


eel 



706 

1.914 
1,113 



2,024 
723 
53R 



5,266 



1,466 

359 
918 
1,020 
1,043 
201 
259 

2,132 



2,067 



142 

1,235 

220 

470 

1,109 



102 
189 
SOI 
617 



1,026 
164 
277 



7,821 
25.611 

9.37e 

38,75H 



12,903 
4,il2 
7,114 
9,423 

5,006 

23,169 



4,854 
1,567 
4.156 
8,615 
2,975 
416 
586 

13,224 



18 


191 


39 


984 


122 


832 


1^2 


749 


328 


3,042 


208 


2,069 


122 


972 


871 


3,028 


262 


1,367 



6.934 



911 
3.744 

546 
1,731 

9,fl05 



723 
1,370 
1,B74 
5,838 

3,998 



28 


230 


02 


1,647 


71 


635 


02 


429 


15 


120 


33 


465 


33 


222 


63 


260 



13,859 
1,694 
2,729 



2,^78 



3,344 



1,593 



1,945 
4,313 

143 
11,656 



667 

1,640 

71 
413 
87 

«,210 



721 
201 

1,764 
159 

36y 

130 
9,777 



14 
104 
10 



320 
167 
690 
107 



2,259 
7,305 
2.092 

8,906 



1,488 
5,413 
1,304 

7,659 



1,744 
5,576 
2,457 

a, 103 



905 
2,863 
1,136 

4,489 



86 
299 
134 



612 

2,0?0 

950 



532 
£.414 



731 
2,251 
1,295 

S,251 



161 
213 
256 

1,755 



2,927 

398 

2,777 

1,903 

821 

3.484 



2,711 

836 

1,346 

2,063 

703 

3,699 



2,782 
1,278 
1,204 
1,913 
026 

3,801 



1,208 
624 
670 

1,351 
636 

2,463 



.,034 
408 
477 
875 
627 



893 
284 
233 
463 
541 



1,673 
619 
565 

1,079 

1,115 

6,127 



741 
276 
122 
307 
309 



508 

2,132 

117 



188 
382 
717 
2.071 
288 
53 



555 

346 

749 

1,703 

351 
38 
59 



624 
204 
43? 
762 
258 



642 
167 
404 
645 
505 



871 
189 
539 
516 
550 
80 
125 



1,862 

385 

1,190 

1,157 

1,147 

146 

?40 

1,911 



425 
110 
254 

259 
360 

105 
103 



3 


461 


1 


104 


1 


3 22 


5 


1,042 


3 


796 


2 


341 


8 


996 


2 


232 



125 
208 
147 
50 
270 
153 
69 
94 
245 



181 
185 
120 
651 
348 
227 



120 
140 

410 
303 
79 

290 
216 



142 


51 


113 


U3 


67 


173 


e'3 


154 


350 


245 


91 


198 


122 


M 


115 


298 


335 


668 


134 


119 


258 



134 
1,322 



302 
1,119 



198 
436 
143 
413 



114 
216 



138 
946 



365 

521 

2,786 



146 
351 
547 



319 

456 
439 
875 



106 
120 
142 

350 



175 
440 



145 
216 
745 



597 
234 



3,906 
283 
481 



124 
186 



3,013 
457 
527 



239 
102 
101 



3,626 

281 
505 



1,193 
270 
547 



998 
203 
300 



1,013 
186 
335 



8S 
128 
144 



366 
149 



159 
178 



151 
14S 
309 



loe 

14 
34 



1>-71>-J 

Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES, OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TAHLE 4P. BARBER SHOPS NUMBER AND RECEIPTS, BY SIZE OF SSTABLISK/roJT, FOR THE UNITED STATES, 

BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS A-^TD 3TAr5S 



(Rooelpts axpreBsed in thousands of dollars) 





ALL 
KSTAHLISHMEMTS 






establijuments Bira anhuaL rec^ipt^ of — - 






DrVISION AND STATE 


420,000 or 
mora 


$10,000 to 
»19,999 


»5,000 to 
$9,999 


$1,000 to 
$4,999 


Less 

$1 


than 
000 




KUinber 


Recaipte 


Number 


tecelpts 


Number 


Receipts 


Number 


leeeiptB 


Number 


Hoeeipt* 


Number 


[tecelpta 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


117,832 


204 , 387 


95 


3,275 


543 


6,914 


4,092 


26,224 


69,121 


141,986 


43,981 


25,989 




9,126 


17,054 


1 


22 


42 


552 


317 


2,017 


6,261 


12,362 


2,605 


1,601 






1,734 
948 

4,608 
547 
890 
399 

28,623 


3,262 
1,462 
9,318 

993 
1,371 

648 

56,900 


1 
59 


_ 
22 

2,188 


9 

3 

23 

3 

4 

183 


107 

34 

323 

33 
65 

2,29S 


55 
21 
196 
14 
15 
17 

1,165 


349 

132 

1,240 

91 

95 

110 

7,494 


1,215 
601 

3,287 
368 
657 
233 

18,985 


2,514 
1,097 
7,003 

769 
1,024 

455 

39,836 


455 
322 
1,102 
163 
314 
149 

8,231 


292 
199 
730 

100 


Maine 








83 
5,087 


MIDDLE ATLAm-IC ,.. 


New Jersey • 


4,855 

13,849 

9,919 

36,990 


9,037 
32,562 
15,311 

41,221 


1 
64 
4 

18 


20 

2,041 

127 

594 


23 

130 

30 

79 


380 

1,626 

390 

1,058 


146 
800 

219 

614 


904 
5,189 
1.401 

3,906 


3,371 
9,895 
5,719 

14,769 


7,032 
21,762 
11,042 

28,844 


1,314 
2,970 
3,947 

11,510 


801 


New York 


1 935 




2 351 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL , 


6 820 






Illinois 


7,981 
3,674 
4,668 
7,731 
2,936 

14,648 


13,527 
4,62E 
7,663 

10,783 
4,62C 

22,318 


9 

3 

5 

1 

1 


350 

96 
118 
30 

20 


41 

8 
13 
14 

3 

36 


635 

99 

185 

205 

34 

447 


240 

57 

117 

153 

47 

351 


■ 1,^30 
369 
766 
971 
290 

2,219 


4,549 
1,670 
2,847 
3,926 
1,878 

8,109 


9,251 
2,960 
5,616 
7,380 
3,637 

15,865 


3,142 
2,039 
1,688 
3,654 
1,007 

6,151 








Michigan •....,. 




Ohio ..,,., 


2,109 














2,9^5 

2,197 
2,521 
4,136 
1,613 
612 
654 

10,358 


4,480 
3,158 
4,323 
6,034 
2,486 
902 
935 

19,031 


1 
6 


20 
188 


6 

3 

10 

14 

3 

68 


65 

38 

121 

190 

33 

885 


61 
46 
68 
104 
38 
16 
19 

567 


372 
297 
419 
668 
236 
105 
122 

3,568 


1,693 

1,118 

1,667 

2,086 

919 

329 

298 

6,542 


3,287 
2,175 
3,282 
4,042 
1,820 
63S 
616 

12,187 


1,155 
1,031 
776 
1,932 
653 
267 
337 

4,183 






648 




501 


Missouri ■•• .« •••>• •••• 


1,114 




397 




164 




197 


SOUTH ATLAITOIC 


2,263 




244 

479 
1,293 
1,494 
1,535 
1,626 

964 
1,495 
1,226 

5,373 


457 
1,643 
2,265 
2,785 
2,709 
3,177 
1,569 
2,778 
1,648 

7,998 


2 

1 
3 


58 

21 

111 


1 
9 
5 

13 
9 

17 
2 
9 
3 

13 


18 

122 

58 

172 

101 

200 

22 

99 

33 

169 


T 
83 
58 
93 
37 
108 
55 
83 
33 

192 


50 
564 
358 
587 
229 
691 
362 
626 
211 

1,259 


162 
334 
736 
731 
935 
848 
438 
838 
520 

2,473 


345 
8T2 
1,668 
1,660 
1,940 
1,941 
965 
1,854 
1,042 

5,200 


74 
51 

494 
656 
551 
653 
469 
666 
670 

2,696 


44 




29 


Florida i*.*>.* 


281 




345 




328 




346 




230 




299 




362 


KAOT SOUTO CENTRAL 


1,370 


Alabama • 


1,256 

1,741 

902 

1,474 

9,571 


1,959 
2,380 
1,186 
2,473 

15,601 


3 


62 


3 
2 

4 
4 

37 


37 
31 
60 
61 

484 


62 
37 
27 
66 

354 


400 
238 
180 
441 

2,258 


567 
837 
335 
734 

4,915 


1,207 

1,669 

702 

1,622 

10,464 


624 
865 
536 
670 

4,262 


315 




442 


MlaalealDDl ■ 


254 




369 


VE^r scum cei/fr&l • 


2,333 




1,089 
1,613 
1,975 
4,894 

3,280 


1,424 
2,285 

3,077 
8,815 

5,800 


1 
2 


20 
42 


1 

8 

8 

20 

18 


15 
101 

97 
271 

215 


19 

47 

60 

228 

139 


109 

300 

372 

1,477 

898 


486 

686 

1,024 

2,719 

1,950 


1,010 
1,391 
2,102 
6,961 

3,988 


583 

872 

882 

1,925 

1,173 


290 




493 


okl nhma •■ •••• 


48« 




1,064 




699 


krltann • 


307 
1,043 
405 
532 
95 
248 
424 
226 

9,865 


604 
1,730 
718 
933 
228 
430 
675 
482 

18,464 


T 


201 


2 
8 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

67 


30 
88 
10 
26 
27 
11 
24 

869 


20 

34 
10 
23 
8 
11 
15 
18 

403 


131 

227 
63 

153 
50 
71 
91 

112 

2,606 


176 
596 
266 
317 
70 
139 
236 
150 

8,117 


380 
1,176 
664 
639 
141 
291 
460 
338 

12,749 


loe 

406 

128 

190 

18 

97 

171 

68 

3,271 


63 




240 


XdAho , • •*..• 


81 




116 




10 




67 




100 




32 


PACiric 


2, OSS 




6,951 
1,105 
1,809 


13,896 
1,797 
2,771 


7 


201 


52 

5 

10 


689 

60 
140 


317 
36 

50 


2,049 
234 
323 


4,651 
640 
926 


9,701 
1,238 
1,810 


2,024 
424 
823 


1,256 




265 




498 

































IJ-TO-J 

Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

T^nr .H 4G.— BEAUTY PAHLOBS NUMBER AND HFCKIPT3, BY SIZE Of ESTABLISHMENT, FOR THE UNITED STATESj 

BY CEOGRAHIIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 

(Ree«ipt« expreaaed Is thouaauds of dollars) 





ESTABLISHMENTS 


SSIABLISEMEOTS IIITH A^a^UAL RECEIPTS OF 


DIVISI(H4 AND STATE 


♦20,000 or 

more 


»1 0,000 to 
119,999 


»5,000 to 
«9,999 


♦1,000 to 
♦4,999 


Less 
♦1, 


than 
300 




Number 


Receipt! 


Number 


ecelpts 


Number 


ecelpts 


Number Receipts 


Number iecelpts 


Number Receipts 


U^^TED STATES TOTAL 


42,071 


116,796 


483 


19,465 


1,198 


16,178 


3,601 


24,377 


21,866 


48,942 


14,935 


7,833 




3,279 


9,533 


40 


1,559 


96 


1,331 


301 


2,052 


1,809 


3,962 


1,133 










387 

3es 

2,037 
227 
218 
145 

9,537 


1,886 
687 

5,723 
397 
COS 
232 

35,440 


15 

20 

5 

190 


478 
937 
144 

7,817 


30 
5 

54 
1 
6 

4S9 


400 
68 

754 
11 
98 

6,267 


64 
25 
179 
17 
11 
5 

1,194 


433 

170 

1,234 

114 
73 
28 

8,156 


219 
187 
1,095 
106 
127 
75 

4,943 


538 
361 
2,414 
218 
251 
170 

11,731 


59 

148 

689 

103 

69 

65 

2,741 




Ual na 


88 




384 








42 








1 469 






New Jarsey •.....•.....••...•••.• ••■••• 


1,678 
4,718 
3,246 

10,493 


5,188 

22,690 

7,562 

25,226 


18 

149 

23 

91 


627 
6,148 
1,042 

3,828 


71 
326 

73 

188 


901 
4,358 

1,010 

2,582 


194 
796 
204 

764 


1,274 
5,459 
1,423 

5,126 


880 
2,467 
1,606 

5,299 


2,153 
6,162 
3,416 

11,596 


413 

989 

1,339 

4,151 


233 


New York ••....•....■ • 


565 














Illinola k>a 


3,355 
1,244 
1,764 
3,866 
864 

5,141 


9,946 
1,920 
3,910 
6,664 
2,786 

11,346 


39 

4 

14 

27 

7 

36 


1,747 
131 
619 

1,084 
247 

1,533 


88 
14 
22 
60 
14 

78 


1,206 
204 
305 
676 

191 

1,027 


346 
47 
106 
155 
111 

290 


2,341 
306 
692 

1,046 
741 

1,909 


1,794 
466 
934 

1,518 
688 

2,724 


4,084 
930 
1,931 
3,126 
1,525 

5,786 


1,089 
714 

688 

1,518 

144 

2,013 


568 




349 
























953 
887 
896 
1,562 
685 
166 
203 

3,198 


1,771 
1,073 
2,461 
4,145 
1,158 
366 
372 

8,864 


4 

11 

16 

4 

1 

32 


133 

468 

741 

169 

22 

1,174 


10 
6 
22 
28 
5 
5 
2 

94 


128 
87 
287 
376 
81 
66 
22 

1,275 


43 
21 
63 
118 
22 
10 
13 

292 


275 
142 
410 
779 
146 
68 
90 

1,954 


494 
346 
528 
883 
297 
82 
94 

1,665 


1,015 
690 
1,139 
1,972 
582 
178 
209 

3,896 


402 
314 
272 
507 
357 
67 
94 

1,115 


220 




174 




157 


Ulasouri •••...••••••• ••.•.•••.•■.•••.• 


277 




181 


Hortb Dakota • >■•■>••••■ 


32 




51 












70 
271 
428 
374 
858 
3«8 
195 
413 
391 

1,395 


148 
1,499 
1,177 

i,ia 

1,647 
1,034 

401 
1,153 

884 

3,297 


9 
2 

7 
9 
2 

3 
11 


395 

80 

186 

383 

45 

85 
280 


1 
18 
12 
12 
15 
11 

3 
15 

7 

30 


11 
267 
153 
155 
205 
158 

36 
201 

89 

397 


5 
57 
43 
33 
39 
40 
13 
42 
20 

U2 


33 
387 
274 
244 

261 
255 
83 
286 
131 

763 


36 
149 
245 
210 
312 
212 
107 
221 
173 

713 


91 
426 
603 
476 
652 
512 
24S 
614 
376 

1,589 


28 
38 
126 
112 
283 
133 
72 
132 
191 

529 


13 


Diatrlot of Colombia • • •...•*.• 


24 


















South Cartltsa 










88 












288 
477 
238 
394 

5,102 


750 
1,049 

332 
1,166 

6,431 


3 

4 

4 
20 


69 
117 

94 

684 


8 
7 

1 
14 

58 


lOS 

103 

18 

172 

803 


29 

25 

4 

54 

175 


191 
174 

26 
372 

1,175 


137 

258 
116 
202 

1,475 


327 
655 
233 
474 

3,101 


109 
183 

117 
120 

1,374 


57 








57 












304 

338 

808 

1,652 

1,217 


621 

977 

1,157 

3,676 

2,552 


1 

6 

1 

12 

7 


23 

269 

31 

361 

231 


8 
10 

7 
33 

22 


106 
133 
116 
448 

282 


9 

27 

26 

113 

62 


58 
179 
179 
759 

433 


178 
158 
321 
818 

811 


378 

326 

616 

1,782 

1,325 


108 
137 
453 
676 

515 






71 


Oklahona • ••••• 


216 














Oolorado 


85 
420 
137 
173 
61 
86 
181 
105 

4,611 


202 
971 
242 
328 
99 
170 
346 
194 

14,106 


5 
1 

1 

56 


191 
20 

20 

2,359 


4 

10 

1 

5 
2 

163 


43 

131 

10 

76 
23 

2,214 


2 
15 
11 
12 

3 

6 
H 

2 

411 


12 
116 
75 
78 
20 
37 
79 
18 

2,809 


55 
195 
67 
91 
26 
51 
63 
83 

2j61T 


132 
430 
134 
189 
58 
118 
130 
134 

6,967 


24 

195 
59 
69 
21 

28 
81 
38 

1,364 


15 

103 

33 


HOBtans .,.. 

JImt liaxlae 

tT«"l»« - 

PACUIG •••••••••• 


41 
11 
15 
42 

21 

757 






Callfwrnla 

ar«te» 

■UHl^tOIl 


3,609 
S75 
82t 


11,508 

948 

1,650 


48 
3 
5 


1,964 
180 
215 


139 

6 

13 


1,881 

89 

244 


360 
27 
34 


2,388 
177 
244 


2,052 
206 
359 


4,709 
428 
830 


1,020 
133 
211 


566 

74 

117 





























i>-7o-a 

Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TABLB ffi.— ^HOB RKPAIP ffiOPS— ^raMBSP AND HBUEPP3, BY 3IZB OF E3T4HLI3H«HIT, FOR TBE TWITRD 3T1TBS, 

BY GEOORAHTTC DIVISIONS AND STITBS 



(Bett«ipt8 •j^roeead In thousanda of dollaxv) 





ALL 
KStABLISHMSm'S 


KCTaHTTgnilCTlTR fiTB ANNUAL RICZIFTS 07 


DIVISION AMD STATE 


♦20,000 or 
more 


»10,000 to 
$19,999 


t6,000 to 
t9,999 


tl.OOO to 
t4,999 


Leu thu 
♦1,000 




Number 


Receipts 


Number 


tecelpta 


JJumber 


Reoelpta 


Number 


teeelptj 


ffumber 


teealpta 


Sumber 


Receipt. 


DNITED STATES TOTAL 


50,426 


87,153 


145 


4,319 


50S 


6,775 


1,747 


11,692 


28,991 


52,729 


a, 637 


11,838 


tJKff ETCIJJJD ; 


4,764 


8,291 


9 


263 


52 


699 


150 


969 


2,727 


e,91S 


1,8S8 


1,045 






1,140 
243 

2,601 

211 

472 

97 

15,825 


1,754 
453 

4,791 
423 
703 
167 

28,039 


4 
5 

39 


96 
187 

1,245 


10 
2 

33 
2 
5 

161 


137 

27 

448 

30 
67 

2,184 


27 
11 
83 
10 
13 
6 

596 


171 
72 

540 
62 
81 
43 

4,006 


589 
145 
1,582 
129 
230 
52 

8,709 


1,088 
307 

3,101 
28S 
431 
103 

18,899 


510 
85 

898 
70 

224 
39 

8,320 


278 
47 

596 
48 












a 

3,703 








3,007 
7,977 
4,841 

10,744 


4,631 

16,341 

7,067 

17,793 


6. 
17 

16 

38 


155 
574 

518 

1,108 


28 
99 
34 

lie 


361 

1,362 

4S1 

1,980 


70 
432 

94 

928 


479 

8,893 

636 

2,209 


1,543 
4,919 
2,247 

5,257 


2,S4B 
9,898 
4,158 

10,338 


1,980 
2,510 
2,450 

5,003 


791 
1,816 
1,898 

8,980 


New York , 




HAST NGRTH CEWTRAL 




3,574 
1,150 
1,989 
2,904 
1,127 

4,727 


8,271 
1,889 
3,142 
4,799 
1,692 

7,390 


13 
8 

4 

12 

1 

8 


407 
208 
106 
365 
22 

208 


S2 

u 

18 
33 

6 

31 


699 
12* 
228 
498 

73 

401 


123 
34 

48 
93 
90 

127 


822 
22T 
330 
638 
194 

838 


1,787 

512 

1,017 

1,354 

587 

2,379 


3,493 

l,ot« 

1,015 
2,8S6 
1,143 

4,816 


1,599 
989 

904 

1,412 
509 

2,188 


S90 














860 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL * 


1,189 






798 
682 
802 
1,590 
555 
131 
169 

4,331 


1,324 

1,024 

1,297 

2,497 

809 

190 

249 

8,136 


1 
3 

4 

9 


26 
70 

112 

227 


7 
3 
6 
8 
7 

59 


SS 
44 

71 

114 

84 

789 


26 

18 
19 
4S 
12 
8 
1 

208 


175 

115 

113 

311 

78 

99 

7 

1,982 


409 
335 
426 
799 
260 
58 
92 

2,253 


878 

873 
851 
1,569 
617 
123 
205 

4,904 


358 
385 
348 
734 
876 
67 
78 

1,804 


183 




186 




192 




391 




132 




28 




37 




874 




106 
268 
453 
572 
785 
681 
339 
652 
475 

2,077 


190 

761 

857 

1,129 

1,411 

1,293 

536 

1,226 

743 

3,376 


2 

1 
2 
2 

1 
1 

4 


44 

20 
60 
62 

20 
21 

117 


4 
7 
3 
10 
14 
9 
3 
8 
1 

16 


81 

108 

34 

133 

185 

103 

38 

98 

13 

228 


2 
17 
23 
28 
25 
45 
16 
98 
12 

72 


14 

104 
158 
196 
161 
290 
112 
251 
78 

482 


47 
207 
240 
282 
436 
949 
137 
330 
2ZS 

998 


88 
474 
548 
630 
836 
769 
290 
732 
537 

2,081 


53 

35 
186 
250 
308 
878 
132 
275 
837 

987 


2T 




81 


Florida , 


99 




110 


Maryland .•.....••••• •.. •• 


187 




131 






Virginia , 


128 




115 




488 








566 
632 
307 
582 

3,019 


926 
1,064 

343 
1,043 

4,848 


1 
£ 

1 

7 


27 
86 

24 

227 


5 

7 

4 
28 


75 
8D 

64 

391 


2* 

19 

7 
20 

98 


165 

127 

85 

135 

653 


253 
310 
115 
920 

1,964 


527 
832 
200 

702 

2,859 


871 
894 

185 

23T 

1,S8I 


132 




ISO 




66 




118 


HEJT SOTOl CEKTRaL •• >•• » 


T24 








383 

549 

645 

1,442 

1,182 


522 

804 
1,024 
2,498 

2,082 


2 
5 
1 


59 

168 

20 


1 

5 

8 

14 

13 


IS 

76 

Ul 

188 

172 


10 
12 
19 
57 

44 


61 

89 

117 

988 

289 


161 
211 
S19 
879 

618 


344 

♦27 

857 

1,423 

1,344 


tu 

319 
899 
693 

508 


99 




153 




199 




993 


MODI.TaIH ■••••»>••• 


897 








107 

442 

120 

160 

21 

84 

184 

64 

3,756 


154 
758 
212 
334 
60 
149 
291 
124 

7,198 


1 
30 


20 
904 


1 
7 

2 

1 

1 

1 

27 


13 
96 

■i? 
12 

14 
10 

371 


4 
14 

4 
U 

2 

i 

2 
126 


24 

100 

22 

66 

15 

M 

12 

884 


45 

233 
80 
78 
14 

49 

81: 

40 
2,088 


93 
462 

172 
ISZ 

30 
132 
182 

91 

4,801 


5T 
188 
36 
TO 
4 
95 
96 
21 

1,487 


24 




lOO 




18 




39 




9 




IT 


Utah •• ■ •••• 


45 




U 


PAcinc 


838 


California .,, •>•• 


2,634 

409 
713 


5,094 

730 

1,374 


22 
2 

6 


675 

56 

173 


20 
3 

4 


282 
39 

50 


83 
12 
26 


641 

80 
169 


1,463 
221 

402 


8,917 
458 

328 


1,041 
171 
875 


979 




97 




182 

































Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TIBLX il.— MOTION PICTOPE, AND MOTION PICTITRE AND VAUDBVILL?; TSiEATRSS HOUBEB AlfD HBCETPTS, BT SIZ^ OF ^TAHT-TgHf-TOrT, 

TOR THE UNITED STATES, BY (JBOGRAPPIC DP/ISIONS AND STATES 4/ 



(Raoelpta exprsaaed In tliousands of dollixa) 



DITIBIQH AM> SIATB 



ALL 
BSTABLISMENTS 



Number Receipts 



SSTiLflLISHJEIJTS WITH aI^-JUaL RECEIPTS OF — 



#100,000 or 
no re 



Number Receipt 



>50,000 to 
909,999 



Number Receipts 



420,000 to 

^9,999 



Number i^ecelpta 



410,000 to 

$ie,999 



Number lecoipts 



45,000 to 
i9.999 



Nuraber Receipts 



41,000 to 
W,999 



Number Receipts 



Leas than 

*I,000 



Number Becetpta 



UNITED STATSS TOTAL 



Connecticut .. 

Maine 

Uaasacbuaetta 
Hf! Hampahlra 
Rhode I aland . 
Vermont 



MIDDIZ ATLANTIC 



Na« Jerasy . 
New York ... 
Penoaylvanla 



EAST NORIH CEOTRaL , 



UllDOia . 
Indiana .. 
Michigan . 
Ohio 

WisconalD 



VEST NORin CENTKAL . 



Iowa ••. 

Kanaas ,, 

Minnesota ,,•, 
UlasouH ..... 

Nebraalca 

North Dakota . 
South Dakots , 

SOUTH ATLANTIC , 



Delaware 

District of Columbia . 

Florida 

Georgia , 

Haryland ........*.... 

North Carolina ....... 

South Carolina ..«•*., 

Virginia 

■eat Virginia 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL , 



Alabama ..... 
Kentucky ••. 
Ulaslssippl 
Tsnnesaee «. 



WIST SOUTH CENTRAL , 



ATkanaas , 
Louisians 
Oklahoma . 
Texas . . . 



Arizona .... 
Colorado ... 

Idaho 

Uontaaa .... 
Nevada .... 
Nev Mexico 

Utah 

Vyomlng .... 



California 
Oregon .... 
Vashiogton 



1,819 



236 
349 
7M 



550 
296 
403 
554 
303 



316 
254 
314 
314 
239 
101 
115 



156 
145 
183 
77 
159 
155 



126 

154 



110 
151 
254 
512 



122 
70 
34 
19 
30 



618 
115 
£19 



10,667 



5.022 



6,945 



76 1,131 



7,649 
1,1*4 
21,833 
1,322 
3,171 
542 

139.693 



12,669 

311 

2,047 



1,884 
338 

5,077 
404 
725 



1,824 
448 

3,626 
345 
348 
352 

15,254 



255 
194 
357 
162 



56 
108 



19,154 
90,000 
30,539 

81,736 



13, 503 
69.827 
12,563 

36,013 



50 
155 



3,474 
11,147 

G,654 

17,793 



214 
195 



1,920 
7,056 
6,278 

18.912 



16 
89 
149 



258 
1,306 

2,116 

5,906 



149 
469 
642 

2,125 



168 
267 



32 , 964 
7,448 
14,039 
20,666 

6,601 

32,393 



19.525 
1,941 
4,913 
8,575 
1,059 

9,182 



6,673 
1,630 
3.463 
4,473 
1,354 

5,128 



4.714 
2,277 
3,965 

5,245 
2,711 

10,123 



.33 
72 
71 
115 
66 



1,204 

1,024 

1,052 

1,585 

941 

4, 544 



56 


447 


57 


405 


60 


44S 


63 


461 


51 


380 



190 
166 

in 

246 
146 



5,556 
4,564 
7,523 
9,629 
2,798 
1,083 
1,241 

30,807 



1,254 

919 

2,304 

4,058 

647 



10,971 



646 
615 
1,476 
1,427 
161 
386 
193 

7,653 



1,852 

1,765 

2,196 

2,681 

783 

299 

547 

7,354 



879 
614 
949 
916 
600 
115 
271 



446 
275 
359 
366 
379 
182 



266 
167 
225 
171 
169 



940 
4,671 
1,744 
4,102 
6,344 
4,095 
1,636 
4,129 
3,146 

9,722 



531 

3,917 

433 

1,105 

2,429 

718 

242 

940 

656 

2.731 



99 

564 

124 

1,151 

2,039 

917 

440 

1,351 

948 

1,554 



24 


699 


36 


1.074 


43 


1,346 


43 


1,465 


16 


467 


36 


1,136 



3,052 



319 
470 
359 
641 
296 
447 
336 

1,343 



16 


117 


26 


all 


16 


129 


30 


234 


11 


79 


S3 


169 


36 


284 



1,616 
3,875 
1,254 

2,777 

23,291 



302 

1,473 

112 

844 

6.399 



397 
498 
306 
353 

3,870 



549 

i.iae 

469 
846 

7,600 



246 
384 
172 
539 

3,210 



197 
214 



116 

114 



1,472 
4,636 
4,409 
12,772 

9,133 



1,694 

763 

3,722 



328 

605 

716 

2,221 

2,760 



42 
51 
130 



566 

1,406 
1,622 
3,986 

2,675 



341 

489 

634 

1.746 

1,301 



104 
165 
490 
797 



156 
265 



1,101. 
2.572 

954 
1,536 

474 

497 
1,126 

873 

44,104 



575 
117 



34,296 
2,901 
6,907 



223 
1.093 
183 
230 
133 
175 
326 
395 

13,226 



360 
933 
365 
316 
123 
190 
291 
257 



18 



14,652 

637 

2,706 



11.375 

431 

1,422 



6,157 
1,031 
1,764 



130 
325 
232 
21? 
63 
50 
124 
160 

2,693 



19 
133 



1,666 

397 
630 



339 
143 
264 



1/ Lees than ^500. 

2/ Leae than $1,000, but more tha- 

$500. 
4/ D»ta for the following olaaaiflcatlon aiw not Included In this table: 



Sis. of eattbllahAant 


NmMr 


tMoolrt. 


r»t<4 


12S 


|S.6U 


«100,000 or mm 


» 


i6,190 


teO.OOO to |9«,999 


17 


1,256 


120,000 to H9,999 


2Z 


<K 


#10,000 to »19,999 


19 


862 


»5,000 to »9,999 


17 


130 


»l,00O to |4,999 


13 


3t 


Lou than 1,000 


U 


3 



13-70-3 

Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TABLE 4K. BIIXIAHD AND POOL PAHLORS AND BOWLING ALLEYS NDMBER AND RECETPTO, BY 3I2B OF ESTABLISHIjIEIIT, 

?DR THE UNTTKD STATES, BY GBOORAI^IC DIVISIONS AND STATES 

(Reoelpta e:q>r«saoil in thouseinde of dollATs) 





AH, 




Division »jffi Sr»7E 


ES-TABLUaOiKCi 


»20,000 or 
more 


((10,000 to 
)19,999 


»5,000 to 
$9,999 


»1,000 to 
$4,999 


Less 
*1 


tban 
000 




Nunber 


lecelpts 


Nunber 


Receipts 


Number 


Becelpts 


Number 


Receipts 


Number 


Receipts 


Number 


Receipts 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


11,438 


31,710 


125 


5,452 


392 


5,249 


981 


6,716 


5,184 


11,882 


4,756 


2,411 


HE! EIGLAND 


967 


2,434 


11 


310 


18 


220 


81 


549 


499 


1,178 


358 


177 




169 

180 

497 

90 

41 

50 

2,175 


617 

183 

1,362 

169 

115 
88 

6,330 


3 
7 

1 

20 


107 

181 

22 

663 


B 

8 

1 
1 

86 


«0 

110 

10 
10 

1,136 


16 
6 

51 
2 
4 
Z 

zn 


117 
40 

339 
14 
26 
13 

1,605 


75 
66 
273 
57 
20 
18 

1,108 


172 
115 
651 
138 
. 52 
50 

8,661 


67 
58 
156 
31 
15 
29 

744 


31 




28 




81 




17 




5 




15 




375 








349 

1,067 

789 

2,534 


919 
3,508 
1,903 

3,342 


4 
10 

6 

40 


85 
334 
244 

2,U7 


13 
64 
19 

lie 


184 
707 
245 

1,554 


27 

121 

69 

217 


191 
813 
496 

1,528 


175 
610 
323 

1,015 


398 

1,504 

749 

2,252 


130 
272 
342 

1,146 


61 




145 




199 




S61 






Illinois .•« 


657 
407 
479 
827 
164 

1,593 


2,868 

723 

1,368 

2,784 

609 

4,631 


21 

7 

11 

1 

25 


1,262 

303 

869 

23 

854 


31 

11 

21 
86 
17 

61 


437 
134 
294 
490 
229 

817 


66 
15 
34 

78 

£4 

142 


470 
104 
»37 
542 
175 

966 


256 

176 

186 

331 

67 

694 


091 
387 
410 
734 
160 

1,626 


283 
206 
231 
371 
56 

671 


148 




98 


Mlchlzan • •> 


114 


Ohio ." 


179 




22 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL » 


368 








292 
290 
161 
399 
222 
103 
136 

1,390 


676 
554 
721 
1,338 
686 
313 
393 

3,588 


2 

8 
9 
5 

1 

12 


59 

292 

362 

127 

24 

576 


10 

8 
5 
21 
7 
8 
4 

35 


130 
78 
63 

300 

lol 

96 
49 

491 


22 

15 
29 
32 
10 
12 
22 

113 


151 
101 
199 
219 
69 
76 
151 

748 


120 

131 
66 

181 
97 
34 
65 

668 


265 
303 
1S4 
423 
228 
S3 
170 

1,493 


138 
138 
43 
156 
103 
48 
45 

592 


71 




72 




£3 




84 




61 




34 




23 




280 








37 
60 
179 
230 
149 
260 
121 
240 
114 

745 


73 
431 
361 
507 
597 
486 
168 
616 
350 

1,538 


5 

1 
1 
2 

1 

1 
1 

4 


252 

39 

36 

120 

21 

61 
47 

171 


2 
2 
2 
4 

10 
3 

7 
5 

10 


30 
27 
21 
53 
148 
42 

103 
67 

141 


1 
7 
10 
16 
22 
17 
6 
18 
18 

48 


y 10 

51 

70 

106 

149 

104 

32 

119 

107 

293 


11 
40 
83 

123 
70 

U8 
57 

123 
43 

359 


21 
98 
191 
268 
158 
260 
109 
284 
104 

761 


23 
6 
83 
86 
45 
121 
58 
91 
49 

326 


12 


District of Columbia 


3 




40 








22 

59 




27 


Virginia 


48 




25 


EAST SOOTH CEOTRAL 


172 




170 
242 

88 
245 

829 


331 
650 

144 
513 

1,776 


3 
1 
6 


133 

38 

248 


3 
2 
2 
3 

15 


42 

29 
27 
43 

190 


9 
18 

3 
16 

51 


59 

113 

21 

103 

343 


87 
107 

40 
126 

399 


189 

221 

74 

a»7 

799 


71 
112 

43 
100 

388 


44 




S4 




22 




52 


WEST SOOTH CQH'RAL 


196 








146 

92 

312 

279 

505 


224 

195 
660 
697 

1,029 


2 
2 
2 

3 


46 
44 

158 

86 


2 
9 

4 

10 


21 

109 
60 

136 


9 

5 

16 

21 

39 


81 

31 

107 

144 

273 


57 

32 

149 

134 

169 


123 

70 

329 

277 

395 


eo 

51 
139 
UB 

284 






2T 




71 




se 




139 








62 
189 
32 
47 
5 
81 
57 
32 

700 


109 
377 

79 
120 

12 
126 
120 

86 

2,042 


2 

1 

4 


61 
25 

97 


2 
2 

1 
2 

2 

1 

41 


25 
24 

18 
27 

27 
15 

564 


2 

11 
3 
3 
1 
7 
6 
6 

76 


12 
84 
18 
17 
9 
62 
43 
41 

511 


20 
99 
13 
IS 
2 
25 
15 
10 

303 


53 
157 
33 
36 
5 
55 
32 
24 

727 


38 
106 
15 
26 
2 
49 
34 
IS 

277 


19 




SI 




.10 




IS 




1 


N»w Mexico •• * •....., ■• 


19 




18 




6 




143 






California 


546 
67 
87 


1,407 
281 
354 


4 


97 


20 
11 
10 


272 
153 
139 


50 

9 

16 


345 

66 

111 


245 
25 

33 


578 
91 
88 


227 
22 

28 


115 




12 




16 







y Leu than $1,000, but mors than $500 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. AND HOTELS: 1933 

TIBLE 5.~TBaTBD STiTSS SOUUiRY— AKiLYSIS OF RBCEIFTS, 07 KINDS 07 WSWSSS: 1933 
(Etooelpta axpressad In thauaanclB of dollara) 





Number 

of 

Botab- 

liah- 

ments 




Reoeipte from — 


KIND OF B0SIKE3S 


Reeelpta 


Service 


AdialB- 
sions 


Rocm 
TtontalB 


Sale of 
Ueala 

1/ 


Sal9 of 

Usroh- 

andlae 


Other 
Sources 


DOTTED STATSS TOTAL 


502,416 


12,760,881 


Jl. 680, 717 


$495,782 


0309,497 


4155, 4S3 


451,601 


J67.861 


Serrioe Eatabllsbnants — Total 


443,217 


1,725,114 


1,680,717 


. 


6,334 


914 


2a,i££. 


8,767 


Paraoual aervice: 


















Barbsr shops 


117,832 


204,387 


202,302 


- 


- 


- 


1,260 


825 


Beauty parlors 


42,073 


116,795 


113.926 


- 


- 


- 


2,201 


666 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, alteration and 


















repair shops; and Talet shops 


55,469 


136,611 


133,424 


- 


- 


- 


1,921 


266 


CoatUBB rental agencies 


295 


2,199 


2,142 


- 


- 


- 


54 


3 


TuneTal directors and embaljnero 


12,655 


172,438 


172,087 


- 


- 


- 


- 


351 


Fur repair and storage shops 


1,310 


5,065 


4,716 


- 


- 


- 


319 


31 


Laundries, hand (not including conimercial 


















laundrlas) 


13,691 


35,645 


35,286 


- 


- 


- 


122 


237 


Photographic atudioa 


8,330 


31,873 


31.073 


- 


- 


- 


727 


73 


Shoe rspair shops 


50,425 


87,153 


85.259 


. 


- 


- 


1,688 


206 


Shoe shine parlors (including hat cleaning) 


7,027 


10,032 


9,672 


- 


. 


_ 


270 


90 


Other personal services 


2,319 


10,215 


9,940 


- 


- 


- 


159 


116 


Bueinsss service: 


















Adjustment and credit bureaua; and collection 


















agencies 


1,824 


35,159 


34,924 


- 


- 


- 


95 


140 


Advertising agencies, and billboard advertising 


















agencies 


1,479 


189,867 


187,299 


_ 


- 


- 


1,659 


909 


aioeprinting and photostat laboratories 


263 


3,875 


3,. 194 


- 


- 


_ 


466 


15 


Cartage and trucking establishmente 


23,102 


174,875 


171,731 


- 


- 


- 


2,197 


947 


Delivery service 


577 


8,660 


8,516 


. 


- 


- 


3 


31 


Dental laboratories 


947 


8,983 


8,870 


- 




- 


90 


23 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing; and mailing 


















list service 


672 


5,736 


5,64 


- 


- 


- 


42 


48 


Linen supply service 


461 


17,713 


17,67 


- 


- 


- 


16 


20 


Photo finishing laboratories 


780 


5,493 


6,1CJ 


- 


- 


- 


376 


8 


Sign painting shops 


3,007 


9,438 


9,205 


_ 


- 


- 


137 


15 


Storage warehouses 


2,517 


72,085 


68,4*8 


- 


- 


- 


1,904 


1,73.' 


Other business services 


2,302 


127,368 


126,6:3 


- 


- 


- 


605 


2 


Mechanical repair service: 


















Automobile brake repair, relinlng and adjustment 


















shops 


241 


1,940 


1,7J 


- 


. 


- 


216 


10 


AutoBDObile paint shops 


1,694 


5,734 


5,594 


- 


_ 


_ 


99 


41 


Jutcinobile radiator shops 


1,157 


3,539 


3,393 


- 


- 


_ 


135 


11 


Antooobile top and body repair shops 


3,536 


17,778 


17,1)5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


57f 


95 


Blacksmith shops 


20,257 


21,663 


20,758 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7\6 


77 


Cabinetmaker and carpenter repair shops 


2,063 


3,654 


3,511 


- 


_ 


_ 


'24 


19 


Electrical raiialr shops 


2,391 


11,169 


10,206 


_ 


_ 


_ 


900 


63 


Elevator service (repair) 


141 


1,546 


1,485 


_ 


_ 


_ 


54 


7 


hameaa, leather, ^d shoe repair shops 


2,490 


2,880 


2,647 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1:21 


12 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


1,937 


3,272 


3,056 


_ 


_ 


_ 


209 


7 


llattreSB renovating and repair shops 


482 


1,284 


1,158 


_ 


_ 


_ 


121 


5 


Plumbing and heating repair shops 


6,608 


27,217 


26.181 


_ 


_ 


_ 


973 


63 


Radio repair shops (not including dealers in 


















redios) 


4,501 


6,145 


5,671 


. 


_ 


_ 


557 


17 


Sas and tool sharpening service 


778 


1,715 


1,696 


_ 


_ 


_ 


113 


6 


Tinsmith, sheet metal, ind roofing repair shops 


3,151 


11,959 


11,601 


_ 


_ 


_ 


341 


17 


Tire repair ahotia 


578 


1,174 


1,119 


_ 






54 


1 


Typewriter repair shops 


258 


746 


670 


_ 


. 


_ 


74 


2 


Dpholstery and furniture repair shope 


4,758 


10,950 


10,587 


_ 


_ 


_ 


310 


53 


Watoh, clock, and jewelry repair shops 


9,678 


14,707 


13,614 


- 


- 


_ 


1,083 


110 


Welding shops 


2,545 


10,478 


10,183 


_ 


_ 


_ 


276 


19 


Other mechanical repair services 


5,962 


17,809 


15,873 


- 


- 


- 


809 


127 


Miscellaneous service: 


















Automobile laundries 


733 


2,061 


2,012 


_ 


_ 


_ 


44 


5 


Automobile rental service 


381 


5,420 


6,202 


_ 


_ 


_ 


133 


85 


Disinfectant and ertenninatlng service 


321 


3.147 


2,990 


_ 


_ 


_ 


116 


41 


FtaploymeDt agencies 


783 


3,274 


3,242 


_ 




_ 


26 


6 


Garages (storage) 


2,123 


14.197 


12,959 


_ 


_ 


_ 


976 


252 


Hemstitching, embroidering, and buttonholing 


















shops 


985 


1 620 


1,515 


_ 


_ 


_ 


86 


19 


Parking lots 


3,152 


IS, 827 


12,267 




_ 


_ 


425 


135 


Tourist camps; and tourist camps with filling 


















stations 


5,846 


6.4«3 


_ 


_ 


6,334 


914 


1,012 


223 


Window cleaning service 


387 


5,108 


5,101 


_ 


_ 




4 


3 


Other miscellaneous servlcss 


3,863 


21.163 


19,638 


- 


- 


- 


1,284 


241 


Amusements — Total 


29,737 


520,218 


_ 


495,782 


. 


3,487 


7,795 


13.154 


Billiard and pool parlors and bowling elleye 


11,438 


31,710 


. 


26,912 




605 


3,524 


669 


Dsnoe halls 


2,933 


10,248 


_ 


8,908 


_ 


663 


427 


250 


Skating rinks 


264 


1,005 


_ 


930 


_ 


24 


21 


30 


Theatres — Total 


10,266 


415,153 


_ 


407,953 


_ 


992 


1,308 


4,900 


Theatres— legitimate stage and opera 


122 


8,611 


_ 


8,506 


_ 


12 


16 


77 


Theatres — motion picture 


9,499 


356,316 


_ 


349,734 


_ 


955 


1,290 


4,337 


Theatres — motlcra picture and vaudeville 


644 


50,226 


_ 


49,713 


_ 


25 


2 


486 


Other amuwamente 


4,837 


62,102 


- 


51,079 


- 


1,203 


2,515 


7,305 


Hotels— Total l/ 


29,462 


515,549 


_ 


_ 


303,163 


151,022 


15,424 


45,940 


Tear-round — Total XJ 


27,128 


493,241 


- 


- 


289.446 


144.072 


14,905 


44,618 


Acerican plan 1/ 


4,044 


34,474 


. 


_ 


19,284 


11,099 


2,215 


1,876 


European plan 

Uizsd plan (American and European) if 


18,936 


402,102 


_ 


_ 


239,849 


112,80? 


10.158 


39,288 


4,148 


66,665 


- 


- 


30,313 


20,166 


2,532 


3,654 


Seaaonal—Total 1/ 


2,334 


22,308 


- 


- 


13,717 


6,950 


519 


1,122 


American plan 1/ 


1,263 


12,609 






8,191 


3,677 


174 


467 


European plan 

Mixed plan (American and European) l/ 


604 


4,302 


_ 


_ 


2,601 


1,306 


160 


235 


467 


5,497 


- 


- 


2,925 


1,967 


185 


420 



1/ American plan and Vlxed plan (American and European) hotels i 
are therefore OTerstated, and aalea of meala understated to i 



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me extent. 



rtooa rentals 



Census of 
American 
Business 



-ao- 
SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TtBI.-lt U.mKTRD STAIBS STaOUBT—llUL'TSISOF R8CSIP1B, BT (SOORAFSIC DmSIORS IHD SUI83 
(Ifeeelpta expT««a«d In thorusands of dollars) 





atmbar 
of 

Istab- 
Ush- 


Bsoelpta 






Beeaipts 


fro. -- 




DIVISION AND 3U.TS 


Serrlse 


Adaia- 
•lona 


BOCB 

Rcotala 


nale of 
Uaals 


Sale of 

Heroh- 


Other 
Souroea 




msnta 








■J 


1/ 


andise 




tlHITED STATES TOTAL 


502,416 


♦2,760,881 


11,680,717 


|495,78£ 


$309,497 


$155,483 


»51,601 


$67,861 


HEff EHGEU&HD 


36,769 


199,962 


120,910 


41,893 


17,719 


11,917 


3,337 


4,186 


Comieetloat 


6,T55 


37,130 


22,686 


8,568 


2.742 


2.054 


440 


646 


Hsloe 


3,613 


13,576 


6,633 


1,556 


3.606 


1.318 


259 


199 


Uaasaohosatte 


19,780 


118,516 


74,330 


25,686 


8.228 


6,860 


8,139 


1.873 


Ho« Banpaliire 


2,090 


9,259 


4,354 


1,840 


1.139 


708 


181 


1,037 


Rhoda Island 


2,841 


15,216 


9,5^,6 


3,600 


904 


665 


159 


342 


Tannont 


1,750 


6,265 


3,366 


649 


1,100 


912 


159 


89 


laDILE ATLANTIC 


122,380 


901,628 


534,181 


162,527 


78.733 


43,162 


13,680 


19,379 


Haw Jaisay 


20,012 


103,681 


60,i53 


82,168 


11.556 


5,678 


1,693 


1,739 


Now York 


66,196 


626,893 


419,715 


105,703 


54,145 


25,172 


7.127 


15,031 


PeimaylTania 


36,142 


171,048 


103,813 


34,668 


13,032 


18.332 


4,600 


2.609 


EAST NORTH CENTHAL 


108,243 


589,998 


353,d93 


109,699 


56,071 


33,089 


12,377 


15.869 


Illinois 


34,173 


252,983 


148,837 


51,818 


33,688 


18,934 


4.484 


7.828 


Indiana 


13,039 


47,650 


89,034 


8,452 


5,036 


8,758 


1,468 


908 


Michigan 


18,560 


93,933 


59,208 


16,423 


8,565 


5,342 


1,878 


2,417 


Ohio 


89,925 


143,248 


89,565 


85,091 


13,155 


8,534 


8,904 


3,999 


llsoonsln 


12,536 


52,184 


32,849 


7,915 


5,533 


3,581 


1,549 


717 


WEST NORTE CHITRAL 


61,346 


246,316 


150,447 


40,148 


29,269 


15,638 


5,927 


4,693 


Iowa 


11,566 


40,899 


25,200 


6,958 


4,553 


2,180 


1,235 


779 




8,517 


25,830 


15,044 


5,273 


2,977 


1,538 


599 


299 


Minnesota 


11,037 


53,213 


30,447 


8,638 


7,049 


4,403 


1,314 


1,318 


UlaaouTl 


17,091 


86,0?7 


55,965 


12,693 


9,230 


4,868 


1,618 


1,763 


Nebraska 


7,649 


24,907 


15,682 


3,676 


2,979 


1,563 


543 


464 


North Dakota 


2,603 


7,665 


4,017 


1,860 


1,831 


664 


353 


140 


South Dakota 


2,783 


7,765 


4,092 


1,506 


1,250 


416 


265 


136 


SODTH ATLANTIC 


44,989 


883,876 


125,501 


38,173 


31,482 


15,805 


3,486 


8,429 


Dslawsr* 


961 


4,710 


2,803 


1,010 


315 


357 


123 


108 


Matrlct of Columbia 


2,413 


31,845 


13,240 


5,306 


5,679 


4,408 


606 


1,512 


Florida 


6,270 


31,215 


14,872 


2,856 


7,763 


2,543 


369 


2,792 


Georgia 


6,389 


26,950 


16,147 


4,737 


3,479 


1,5SS 


462 


546 


Maryland 


6,825 


37,151 


22,339 


8,822 


2,318 


1,592 


578 


1,518 


Horth Carolina 


6,227 


26,840 


15,931 


4,680 


3,776 


1,669 


270 


498 


South Carolina 


3,854 


14,295 


9,739 


1,975 


1,511 


718 


U7 


23S 


Virginia 


7,405 


33,253 


20,292 


5,192 


3,643 


2,666 


589 


881 


Waat Virginia 


4,645 


17,597 


10,138 


3,595 


1,976 


1,279 


353 


251 


EAST SODTE CENTRAL 


23,849 


82,990 


52.515 


U,891 


10,168 


4,915 


1,173 


2.323 


AlaVoa 


5,326 


17,556 


11.824 


8,306 


2,008 


899 


246 


311 


Eaatuoky 


8,031 


28,471 


17,398 


4,639 


3,115 


1.724 


465 


1,136 


Hlasissippi 


3,771 


9,143 


5,553 


1,360 


1,301 


573 


98 


253 


Tennessee 


6,721 


27,880 


17,740 


3,590 


3,744 


1,759 


364 


623 


WEST souis ciari'itAi. 


39,582 


156,325 


92,045 


86,923 


81,339 


9,186 


2,955 


3,887 


Arkansas 


4,245 


18.076 


6,830 


1,715 


1,945 


1,097 


288 


201 


Louisiana 


5,653 


25,617 


15,296 


5,089 


2,839 


1,367 


569 


457 


Oklahoma 


8,574 


28,419 


16,435 


5,405 


3,868 


1,694 


486 


530 


Texas 


21,110 


90,213 


53,483 


14,714 


18,737 


4,958 


1.612 


2,699 


IfOONTAn 


16,360 


68,593 


33,980 


11,200 


14,153 


5,213 


2,244 


1,803 


Arizona 


1,546 


7,972 


3,173 


1,284 


1,968 


825 


345 


383 


Colorado 


5,588 


82,579 


12,716 


3,359 


4,098 


1,533 


402 


471 


Idaho 


1,873 


6,985 


3,833 


1,116 


1,239 


426 


210 


156 


Hon tana 


2,460 


9,807 


4,670 


1,730 


1,994 


730 


415 


263 


HeTada 


541 


3,148 


1,106 


596 


920 


197 


168 


167 


Nm umoo 


1,858 


4,815 


2,159 


657 


1,041 


619 


288 


51 


Utah 


1,974 


8,116 


4,216 


1,479 


1,498 


541 


197 


185 


■yoBiag 


1,180 


5,171 


2,102 


979 


1,401 


348 


225 


128 


PACinc 


48,988 


891,199 


168,845 


53,328 


40,513 


15,544 


6,468 


7,087 


Callfoinla 


35,865 


827,065 


131,619 


42,880 


31,078 


11,498 


4.926 


5,730 


OregoB 


4.865 


22,546 


13,534 


3,231 


3,370 


1,380 


505 


536 


■whlBgton 


8,198 


41,588 


23,108 


7,377 


6,071 


8,666 


1.051 


321 



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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TABLE 6, — UNITED STATES SUlftlAHT— NUUBER OF ESTABLBBMailS, BECEIPIE, AKD ECPENSES, KB CHAINS 
AND INDEPEHDHIIS, BY GEOGKAPHIC DIVISIONS AND 3TAIB. 



(Receipts and expenses, expressed In thoueqnds of dollars) 





Numbar 




ToT»l 




Iniepesdents 


•B / 


Chains 


DIVISION AND STITS 


of 

Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Total 
Reoelpts 


Operating 

Szpensas 

(Including 

payroll) 


Number 
of 

Batab- 
Usb- 


Beeeipts 


4^ O+J 


SJ 
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Szpenaaa 

Inelodisg 


Bumber 
of 

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payroll) 


UNITED STATE TOTAL 


502,416 


$2,760,881 


t2,043,131 


492,162 


#2,262,684 


82 


$1,630,800 


10,254 


498,197 


18 


»412,3S1 


tm ENGLAND 


36,769 


199,962 


151,725 


35,906 


164,130 


82 


117,795 


853 


35,832 


18 


33,930 


Connecticut 


6,75S 


37,130 


28,330 


6,580 


29,921 


81 


21,476 


175 


7,209 


19 


6,854 


Maine 


3,613 


13,576 


9,280 


3,578 


12,579 


93 


8,375 


35 


997 


7 


904 


MaBsacbusetts 


19,720 


118,516 


91,584 


19,130 


93,317 


79 


57,673 


590 


25,199 


81 


23,911 


New Ham pa hire 


2,090 


9,259 


6,348 


2,073 


8,983 


97 


6,146 


17 


276 


3 


808 


Rhode Island 


2,841 


15,216 


11,887 


2,798 


13,137 


86 


9,880 


43 


2,079 


14 


2,007 


Vermont 


1,760 


6,265 


4,296 


1,747 


6,193 


99 


4,244 


3 


72 


1 


52 


UIDDLE ATLANTIC 


122,350 


901,622 


658,365 


119,984 


697,394 


77 


501,700 


2,366 


204,228 


23 


156, 66S 


New Jersey 


20,012 


103,681 


80,324 


19,704 


85,694 


83 


62,005 


308 


17,987 


17 


18,319 


New York 


66,196 


.626,893 


447,516 


55,018 


476,959 


76 


346,910 


1.178 


149,934 


24 


101,605 


Pennsylvania 


36,142 


171,048 


130.525 


35,262 


134,741 


79 


93,785 


880 


36,307 


21 


35,740 


EAST NOBTH CIMTRAL 


108,243 


589,998 


432,751 


105,981 


487,838 


83 


347,998 


2,262 


102,160 


17 


84,753 


Illinois 


34,173 


252,983 


180,329 


33,399 


201,702 


80 


139,353 


774 


51,281 


80 


40,976 


Indiana 


13,029 


47,650 


34,640 


12,833 


43,403 


91 


30,565 


196 


4,247 


9 


4,075 


Michigan 


18,580 


93,933 


70,439 


18,065 


73,540 


78 


55,837 


515 


20,393 


22 


14,602 


Ohio 


29,925 


143,248 


109,950 


29,320 


121,644 


85 


89,656 


605 


21,504 


16 


20,895 


Wisconstii 


12,536 


52,184 


37,393 


12,364 


47,549 


91 


32,588 


172 


4,635 


9 


4,806 


TOST NORTH CENTRAL 


61,346 


246,316 


179,305 


60,289 


211,603 


86 


147,148 


1,067 


34,713 


14 


32,157 


Iowa 


11,566 


40,899 


28,334 


11,404 


34,108 


83 


21,764 


152 


5,791 


17 


6,570 


Kansas 


8,617 


25,830 


17,787 


8,468 


22,034 


85 


14,317 


149 


3,796 


15 


3,470 


Minnesota 


11,037 


53,213 


39,223 


10,805 


46,862 


86 


32,169 


232 


7,351 


14 


7,054 


Missouri 


17,091 


86,037 


65,506 


16,700 


74,513 


87 


65,570 


391 


11,524 


13 


9,836 


Nabraslca 


7,649 


24,907 


18,057 


7,567 


21,375 


86 


14,425 


82 


3,532 


14 


3,632 


North Dakota 


2,603 


7,665 


4,979 


2,566 


7,135 


93 


4,500 


17 


530 


7 


479 


South Dakota 


2,783 


7,765 


5,419 


2,759 


6,676 


85 


4,303 


24 


1,189 


15 


1,U6 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 


44,989 


223,876 


168,876 


44,057 


197,967 


88 


145, 3se 


932 


25,909 


13 


U,5U 


Delaware 


961 


4,710 


3,362 


949 


4,115 


87 


2,777 


12 


695 


13 


585 


District of Columbia 


2,413 


31,845 


24,710 


2,273 


26,887 


84 


?0,837 


140 


4,968 


16 


3,873 


Florida 


6,270 


31,215 


25,511 


6,104 


27,482 


88 


21,662 


166 


3,733 


12 


3,849 


Georgia 


6,389 


26,950 


19,783 


6,293 


24,048 


89 


17,420 


96 


2,902 


11 


2,363 


Maryl^d 


6,825 


37,161 


27,709 


6,637 


33,470 


90 


24,526 


188 


3,691 


10 


3,183 


North Carolina 


6,227 


26,840 


19,635 


6,149 


23,691 


88 


15,745 


78 


3,149 


12 


2,890 


South Carolina 


3,854 


14,295 


9,917 


3,810 


13,229 


93 


8,897 


44 


1,066 


7 


1,080 


Virginia 


7,405 


33,263 


25,352 


7,265 


28,851 


87 


21,006 


140 


4,41£ 


13 


4,346 


West Virginia 


4,645 


17,597 


12,897 


4,577 


16,194 


92 


U,«9S 


68 


1,403 


8 


1,«0> 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 


23,849 


82,990 


61,879 


23,391 


73,118 


88 


52,774 


458 


9,872 


18 


9,105 


Alabama 


5,326 


17,556 


13,232 


5,206 


14,992 


86 


10,777 


120 


2,564 


15 


8,455 


Kentucky 


8,031 


28,471 


20,874 


7,906 


25,799 


91 


18,363 


125 


2,678 


9 


8,5U 


Mississippi 


3,771 


9,143 


7,056 


3,737 


8,346 


91 


5,305 


34 


797 


9 


781 


Tennassea 


6,721 


27,820 


20,717 


6,542 


23,981 


85 


17,389 


179 


3,839 


14 


3,388 


WEST I^OUIH cafiBAl. 


S9.582 


156.325 


118,338 


38.951 


136,568 


87 


100.286 


631 


19.7ST 


13 


18,053 


ATKansas 


4,245 


12,076 


8,7ES 


4,185 


10,391 


86 


7,212 


60 


1,685 


14 


1,616 


Louia iana 


5,653 


25,617 


21,333 


5,545 


21,927 


86 


17,905 


108 


3,690 


14 


3,488 


Oklahoma 


8,574 


28,419 


20,948 


8,453 


25,484 


90 


18,307 


121 


2,935 


10 


2,641 


Texas 


21,110 


90,213 


67,329 


20,768 


78,786 


87 


56,861 


342 


U,427 


13 


10,468 


MOUKTADI 


16,360 


68,593 


61,336 


16,121 


61,660 


90 


45,030 


239 


6,933 


10 


6,297 


Arizona 


1,546 


7,972 


6,622 


1,511 


6,428 


81 


5,251 


35 


1,644 


19 


1,361 


Colorado 


5,528 


22,579 


17,145 


5,440 


20,236 


90 


14,910 


88 


2,344 


10 


2,23S 


Idaho 


1,873 


6,985 


4, 678 


1,865 


6,798 


97 


4,e8i 


8 


187 


3 


185 


Montana 


2,460 


9,807 


6,754 


2,398 


8,865 


90 


5,858 


62 


942 


10 


896 


Herada 


541 


3,148 


2,327 


536 


2,919 


93 


2,121 


5 


289 


7 


806 


Haw Ueiloo 


1,258 


4,815 


3,486 


1,245 


3,980 


83 


2,913 


13 


836 


17 


573 


Utah 


1,974 


8,116 


6,374 


1,961 


7,826 


96 


6,030 


13 


890 


4 


344 


Wyoming 


1,180 


5,171 


3,752 


1,165 


4,609 


89 


3,255 


15 


568 


U 


497 


PACIFIC 


48,928 


291,199 


220,556 


47,482 


232,386 


80 


172,696 


1,446 


68,813 


20 


47,860 


California 


35,865 


227,065 


170,775 


34,649 


176,270 


78 


130,752 


1,216 


50,795 


22 


40,023 


Oregon 


4,865 


22,546 


16,902 


4,813 


20,611 


91 


14,891 


52 


1;936 


9 


2,0U 


Washington 


8,198 


41,588 


32,879 


8,020 


35,505 


85 


27,053 


178 


6,083 


15 


5,826 



























ZJ [>oes not Include cofflpensatioa of 
proprietors . 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TABLE 5A. — SERVICE ETAHLISHMENIS — MftBEB OF ESTABLISHMENE , RECEIPTS, AKD EXPENSES, FOR CHAMTi 
AND INDEPEMDEMS, BY (fflOGRAPHIC DIVISIQNS AND STATES. 

(Receipts and expenses expressed In thousands of dollars) 





Number 

of 
Estab- 


Total 
Receipts 


Total 

Operating 

Expenses 


Independents 


1 5/ 


Chains 


Division ASD STAT! 


Number 
of 




a 4^ 


Operating W* er 






0p«l4ting 




lish- 

mente 




Including 
payroll) 


fili^-- 


Receipts 


B 

m 


Eiipensea 

[Including 

payroll) 


E5t«b- 

11 ah- 


teeelpts 


©O-r- 


Eipeneos 

(Including 

payroll) 


TJNITED STaHS total 


443,217 


Jl, 725, 114 


Jl, 065, 450 


435,445 


tl, 493, 298 


87 


926,883 


6,772 


$231,816 


13 


$138,567 


NEH QiOLAlIO 


33,005 


123,840 


78,512 


32,384 


U3,715 


92 


71,1.'^ 


521 


10,184 


8 


7,400 


Connecticut 


6,110 


23,081 


14,917 


5,997 


21,611 


94 


13, 808 


113 


1,470 


6 


1,109 


Maine 


2,878 


7,143 


3,798 


2,857 


5,683 


94 


3 ,414 


21 


46C 


6 


384 


Massachusetts 


18,158 


75,835 


49,152 


17,715 


68,485 


90 


4.'J,903 


443 


7,35C 


10 


5,249 


New Hampshire 


1,742 


4,643 


2,389 


1,729 


4,475 


96 


2,279 


13 


157 


4 


IID 


Rhode Island 


2,649 


9,641 


6,333 


2,518 


8,964 


93 


5.785 


31 


577 


7 


548 


Vemont 


1,458 


3,497 


1,923 


1,468 


3,497 


100 


1,923 


- 




- 


- 


MI DDLS ATLANTIC 


111,993 


594,946 


354,829 


110,390 


483,485 


81 


_ 297,892 


1,503 


111,461 


19 


56,937 


New Jersey 


18,131 


61,748 


40,157 


17,955 


58,277 


94 


37,289 


176 


3,471 


5 


2,668 


New York 


61,213 


426,671 


248,408 


50,383 


333,527 


78 


205,181 


830 


93,144 


22 


43,227 


Pennsylvania 


32,649 


106,527 


66,254 


32,052 


91,681 


86 


55,422 


597 


14,845 


14 


10,842 


EAST NORffl CENTRAL 


97,249 


361,142 


222,552 


95,584 


308,738 


_e£ 


189,392 


1,665 


58,404 


15 


33.160 


Illinois 


31,317 


145,421 


88,806 


30,765 


119,865 


08 


72,533 


552 


25,556 


18 


16,873 


Indiana 


11,633 


29,756 


18,201 


11,484 


27,799 


93 


16,586 


149 


1,957 


7 


1,615 


lUchigan 


16,344 


60,648 


36,897 


15,955 


48,772 


80 


31,333 


388 


11,875 


20 


5,564 


Ohio 


27,117 


91,569 


57,811 


25,569 


81,06/i 


89 


50,205 


448 


10,505 


11 


7,605 


Wisconsin 


10,838 


33,748 


20,837 


10,710 


32.,Z?a 


93 


18,734 


128 


2,510 


7 


2,103 


raST NORTH CiMTRAL 


52,885 


155,009 


96,248 


52,271 


143, ■213 


92 


87,038 


614 


11,796 


8 


9,210 


lova 


10,141 


25,971 


14,808 


10,065 


24,, 941 


96 


13,996 


76 


1,030 


4 


818 


irnnwwH 


7,887 


15,513 


8,979 


7,237 


15,252 


98 


8,785 


50 


251 


2 


194 


Ulnnesota 


9,414 


31,492 


19,749 


9,268 


fi8,868 


92 


17,471 


145 


2,524 


8 


2,878 


Missouri 


15,226 


57,441 


38,155 


14,935 


50,951 


89 


33,303 


291 


6,490 


11 


4,852 


Nebraska 


6,548 


16,169 


9,762 


6,505 


15,804 


94 


9,003 


43 


965 


6 


759 


North EBkota 


2,034 


4,155 


2,315 


2,031 


4,115 


99 


2,279 


3 


39 


1 


36 


South Ifekota 


2,235 


4,268 


2,480 


2,230 


3,871 


91 


2,801 


5 


397 


9 


879 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 


39,008 


128,476 


81,955 


38,333 


117,909 


92 


73,505 


675 


10,567 


8 


8,450 


Delaware 


856 


2,839 


1,718 


851 


2,777 


98 


1,690 


5 


68 


2 


28 


Diatrtct of Columbia 


2,228 


13,605 


8,746 


2,116 


11,787 


87 


7,728 


112 


1,818 


13 


1,018 


Florida 


4,955 


15,349 


10,408 


4,836 


14,223 


93 


9,361 


119 


1,186 


7 


1,047 


Georgia 


5,537 


16,608 


10,251 


5,469 


15,095 


91 


9,189 


68 


1,513 


9 


1,068 


Maryland 


6,210 


22,769 


14,802 


6,040 


20,141 


88 


12,577 


170 


2,688 


12 


8,225 


North Carolina 


5,318 


16,298 


10,288 


5,284 


15,418 


95 


9,580 


34 


880 


5 


768 


South Carolina 


3,420 


9,847 


6,037 


3,395 


9,641 


98 


5,848 


25 


206 


8 


189 


Tlrginla 


6,485 


20,803 


13,479 


6,385 


18,878 


91 


11,697 


100 


1,985 


9 


1,788 


West Virginia 


3,999 


10,356 


5,226 


3,957 


9,949 


96 


5,893 


42 


409 


4 


331 


EAST SOOTH OaiTRAL 


21,157 


53,647 


34,104 


20,827 


50,001 


93 


31,152 


330 


3,646 


7 


2,958 


Alabama 


4,700 


12,122 


8,091 


4,608 


11,063 


91 


7,198 


92 


1,059 


9 


893 


Kentucky 


7,185 


17,761 


10,909 


7,091 


15,882 


95 


10,263 


94 


879 


5 


646 


Mississippi 


3,354 


5,653 


3,616 


3,339 


5,527 


93 


3,517 


15 


126 


8 


99 


^nnessee 


5,918 


18,111 


11,488 


5,789 


16,529 


91 


10,174 


189 


1,588 


9 


1,314 


WEST SOOTH CENTRAL 


33,984 


95,976 


62,093 


33,577 


90,463 


94 


57,910 


307 


5,513 


6 


4,183 


Arkansas 


3,582 


7,152 


4,341 


3,559 


6,917 


97 


4,151 


83 


835 


3 


190 


Louisiana 


4,969 


15,726 


U,053 


4,897 


14,422 


92 


9,975 


78 


1,304 


6 


1,078 


Oklahona 


7,152 


16,963 


10,710 


7,094 


15,942 


94 


10,013 


58 


1,021 


6 


697 


Teiaa 


18,281 


56,135 


35,989 


18,127 


53,182 


95 


33,771 


154 


2,953 


5 


2,818 


MOUNTAIN 


12,532 


36,674 


23,008 


12,423 


35,308 


96 


21,777 


109 


1,366 


4 


1,831 


Arizona 


1,222 


3,575 


2,466 


1,208 


3,415 


95 


2,307 


14 


160 


4 


159 


Colorado 


4,347 


13,412 


8,736 


4,311 


12,514 


94 


8,026 


36 


798 


6 


710 


Idaho 


1,462 


4,051 


2,307 


1,451 


4,051 


100 


2,304 


1 


_ 


_ 


3 


Montana 


1,809 


4,975 


2,700 


1,766 


4,791 


96 


2,548 


43 


184 


4 


152 


Nevada 


367 


1,200 


764 


355 


1,192 


S9 


758 


2 


8 


1 


6 


New Ueileo 


913 


2,426 


1,615 


918 


2,421 


100 


1,507 


1 


5 


_ 


8 


Utah 


1,551 


4,452 


2,883 


1,541 


4,267 


95 


2,721 


10 


185 


4 


168 


WycBDlng 


871 


2,583 


1,537 


859 


8,557 


99 


1,506 


8 


26 


1 


31 


PAcmc 


41,404 


175,404 


112,149 


40,556 


150,465 


86 


97,105 


848 


84,939 


14 


15,044 


California 


30,561 


137,254 


87,248 


29,833 


114,710 


84 


74,407 


788 


88,544 


16 


12,841 


Oregan 


4,071 


14,095 


8,975 


4,036 


13,080 


93 


8,015 


35 


1,015 


7 


960 


Washington 


6,772 


24,055 


15,925 


6,687 


22,675 


94 


14,683 


85 


1,380 


6 


1,243 



3/0oe6 not Include CMapensatlon of 
proprietors. 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

T4BLB 6B.— EUCES QT mSJSSiW7-r-SamW OF BSIABLlaaiEOTP, RECHPIB, AMD KXKUSBS, FOR CHAINS 
AND nmSPBIEHJTS, 31 (3E0GRAPHIC DmSICTB AND STATES. 

(Receipts and expenses erpressed in thousands of dollars) 





Number 

of 

Estab- 


Total 


To^l 

Operating 

Expenses 

(Including 

payroll) 


Independents 




Chal 


ns 




DITISION AND aTATB 


Number 
of 




.HO) 


Operating 


Number 

of 

Estab- 

llsh- 

ir.ents 






3/ 

OpSratlng 




lish- 
ments 


Recelpta 


Estab- 
lish- 


Heoeipts 




Expenses 

(Including 

payroll ) 


Receipts 


OOvH 


Expenses 

(Includin 

payroll 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


29,737 


$520,216 


$489,978 


es, 922 


$306,384 


59 


«27i,901 


2,815 


$213,834 


41 


$818,077 


NEW ENGLAND 


2,113 


44,479 


43,820 


1,895 


22,331 


50 


20,864 


218 


22,148 


50 


22,955 


Connectleut 


385 


8,914 


8,685 


328 


3,725 


42 


3,440 


57 


5,188 


58 


6,245 


Uaine 


299 


1,621 


1,461 


290 


1,324 


82 


1,119 


9 


297 


18 


342 


liassachuaetts 


1,038 


26,660 


26,782 


899 


11,475 


43 


10,943 


139 


15,186 


57 


15,839 


Haw Hampshire 


159 


2,815 


2,455 


158 


2,739 


97 


2,384 


1 


76 


3 


71 


Rhode Island 


117 


3,780 


3,822 


105 


2,378 


63 


2,363 


12 


1,402 


37 


1,459 


Temcnt 


115 


689 


615 


115 


689 


100 


615 


- 


- 


- 


- 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 


5,415 


167,421 


164,578 


4,746 


89,242 


53 


83,307 


569 


76,179 


47 


81,271 


New Jeraey 


953 


22,699 


23,108 


825 


8,990 


40 


8,354 


128 


13,709 


60 


14,744 


New Tork 


2,610 


109,148 


103,762 


2,324 


63,518 


58 


59,572 


286 


45,630 


42 


44,190 


PajiBBylTanla 


1,852 


35,574 


37,708 


1,597 


16,734 


47 


15,371 


256 


18,840 


53 


22,337 


EAST NORTH CaJTRAL 


6,303 


115,106 


105,270 


5,815 


74,294 


65 


52,151 


488 


40,81£ 


35 


43,119 


Illinois. 


1,536 


52,846 


44,142 


1,359 


31,844 


60 


23,126 


177 


21,002 


40 


21,016 


Indiana 


855 


8,670 


8,155 


812 


6,828 


79 


6,147 


43 


1,842 


21 


2,008 


Michigan 


1,210 


17,613 


17,446 


1,113 


10,548 


50 


10,004 


97 


7,065 


40 


7,448 


Ohio 


1,886 


27,681 


27,455 


1,754 


18,124 


55 


16,520 


132 


9,557 


35 


10,945 


Slaconaln 


816 


8,296 


8,062 


777 


6,950 


84 


5,354 


39 


1,346 


16 


1,708 


WEST NORTE CENTRAL 


4,488 


42,131 


38,935 


4,165 


27,283 


55 


24,180 


323 


14,848 


35 


14,755 


Iowa 


854 


7,292 


6,619 


800 


4,732 


55 


4,024 


54 


2,560 


35 


2,595 




725 


5,450 


4,709 


645 


2,593 


48 


1,996 


80 


2,857 


52 


2,713 


Mlnneaota 


732 


9,111 


8,789 


676 


5,407 


59 


5,016 


57 


3,704 


41 


3,773 


Mlasourl 


924 


13,158 


12,932 


848 


9,623 


73 


9,448 


76 


3,535 


27 


3,464 


■abraska 


666 


3,908 


3,413 


637 


2,551 


68 


2,144 


29 


1,257 


32 


1,269 


north Dakota 


272 


1,460 


1,067 


261 


1,129 


77 


762 


U 


331 


23 


3CS 


South Dakota 


315 


1,752 


1,405 


299 


1,148 


66 


790 


15 


604 


34 


616 


iJOUTE AILAjrnC 


3,096 


42,636 


38,235 


2,902 


32, U9 


75 


28,500 


194 


10,517 


25 


9,730 


Delawara 


65 


1,017 


955 


58 


484 


48 


398 


7 


533 


52 


567 


District of Colunlila 


108 


5,544 


4,919 


87 


2,705 


49 


2,342 


21 


2,839 


51 


2,577 


Florida 


433 


4,982 


4,483 


419 


4,250 


85 


3,767 


14 


732 


15 


716 


QeoirgLa 


475 


4,940 


4,433 


450 


4,416 


89 


4,025 


25 


524 


11 


407 


Maryland 


386 


10,150 


9,197 


369 


9,113 


90 


8,259 


17 


1,037 


10 


938 


lortb Carolina 


517 


4,783 


4,159 


477 


2,553 


55 


8,165 


40 


2,130 


45 


1,994 


South Carolina 


261 


2,055 


1,713 


246 


1,434 


70 


1,159 


15 


631 


30 


554 


Tlrglnla 


512 


5,401 


4,764 


481 


4,196 


78 


3,785 


31 


1,205 


22 


978 


Iteat Tlrglnla 


339 


3,764 


3,«U 


315 


2,868 


76 


2,596 


24 


895 


24 


1,0U 


BASS SOOTH CENIBAL 


1,498 


13,026 


12,256 


1,380 


8,466 


65 


7,751 


118 


4,560 


35 


4,505 


Alabama 


354 


2,395 


2,144 


328 


1,478 


62 


1,304 


25 


917 


38 


840 


Kantaokj 


468 


5,429 


5,300 


440 


3,719 


69 


3,519 


28 


1,710 


31 


1,781 


Misslgalppi 


213 


1,465 


1,305 


195 


805 


55 


568 


18 


660 


45 


637 


Tannaasa* 


463 


3,737 


3,507 


417 


2,464 


66 


2,260 


45 


1,273 


34 


1,247 


WEST SODTH CKWl'RAL 


2,625 


27,934 


25,448 


2,345 


16,751 


60 


14,461 


280 


11,183 


40 


10,987 


Arkanaaa 


307 


1,761 


1,446 


278 


1,042 


59 


837 


29 


719 


41 


609 


Louisiana 


373 


5,288 


5,182 


339 


3,104 


59 


3,034 


34 


2,184 


41 


2,146 


Oklahota 


688 


5,604 


4,951 


630 


3,767 


57 


3,057 


58 


1,837 


33 


1,884 


Tazaa 


1,257 


15,281 


13,869 


1,098 


8,838 


58 


7,523 


159 


6,443 


42 


6,346 


UOQllTAlil 


1,435 


U,514 


10,374 


1,340 


7,735 


67 


6,557 


95 


3,879 


33 


3,707 


Arlzooia 


125 


1,357 


1,269 


112 


528 


46 


535 


13 


729 


54 


734 


Colorado 


431 


3,475 


3,153 


389 


2,074 


50 


1,806 


42 


1,401 


40 


1,34'' 


Idaho 


177 


1,146 


1,009 


171 


973 


85 


840 


6 


173 


15 


159 


Hod tana 


201 


1,794 


1,597 


186 


1,051 


59 


869 


15 


743 


41 


728 


lerada 


39 


611 


473 


36 


390 


54 


273 


3 


221 


35 


200 


law Mail CO 


157 


686 


534 


154 


610 


89 


471 


S 


76 


11 


63 


Utah 


199 


1,530 


1,456 


199 


1,530 


100 


1,455 


- 


- 


- 


- 


WyoBln* 


106 


1,015 


883 


93 


479 


47 


417 


13 


536 


53 


466 


PACinO 


2,764 


55,871 


51,062 


2,334 


28,163 


50 


24,020 


430 


27,708 


50 


27,042 


California 


1,962 


44,137 


40,228 


1,632 


21,584 


49 


18,275 


330 


22,553 


51 


21,953 


Oregon 


301 


3,667 


3,336 


285 


2,783 


76 


2,368 


16 


86* 


24 


966 


Washington 


501 


8,067 


7,498 


417 


3,796 


47 


3,377 


64 


4,271 


53 


4,121 



3/ Doea not Include o<»p«n8atlOQ of 
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-SB- 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TIHLE 6C. —HOTELS— NUMBER OF ESTAHLISHIlENTS , RECEIPTS, AND EXPENSES, POH CHAIIB 
AND INDEPENDIKE, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIOIB AKD STATiS. 

(Receipts and eipenses expressed in thousands of dollars) 





Number 
of 

Estab- 
11 oh- 
ilients 


Total 
Receipts 


T^tal 
Operating 

Expenses 
(Including 

payroll) 


Independents 




Chal 


ns 




DIWSIOH AND STATE 


Number 
of 

Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Reoeipts 


®o-- 


i/ 
Operating 

Expensee 

(Including 

payroll) 


Number 
of 

Estab- 
liah- 

moTit:H 


Reoeipts 


f-tID 
-p aU^ 

u o 
isv<o 
(u oh 


Opw^tlng 

Expenses 

(Including 

payroll) 


RIITED STATES TOTAL 


29,4GZ 


$515,549 


$487 ,703 


28,795 


$453,002 


90 


S43a,016 


667 


*52,547 


10 


$55,687 


NE:. .IJCLaUD 


1,651 


31,643 


29,393 


1,627 


28,083 


89 


25,819 


24 


3,560 


11 


3,574 


Connecticut 


260 


5,135 


4,728 


255 


4,584 


89 


4,228 


5 


551 


11 


500 


Maine 


435 


4,812 


4,021 


431 


4,572 


95 


3,843 


5 


240 


5 


178 


Idas sac hue etta 


524 


16,021 


15,650 


516 


13,357 


83 


12,827 


8 


, 2,664 


17 


2,823 


New Hampshire 


189 


1,801 


1,504 


186 


1,768 


98 


1,483 


3 


33 


2 


21 


Rhode Island 


75 


1,795 


1,732 


75 


1,795 


100 


1,732 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Vermont 


167 


2,079 


1,758 


164 


2,007 


97 


1,706 


3 


72 


3 


52 


MIDDl" ATLANTIC 


4,942 


139,255 


138,958 


4,848 


124,667 


90 


120,501 


94 


14,588 


10 


18,457 


Now Jersey 


928 


19,234 


17,059 


924 


18,427 


96 


16,352 


4 


807 


4 


707 


New York 


2,373 


91,074 


95,346 


2,311 


79,914 


88 


81,157 


62 


11,160 


12 


14,189 


Pennsylvania 


1,641 


28,947 


26,553 


1,613 


26,326 


91 


22,992 


28 


2,521 


9 


3,561 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 


4,691 


113,750 


104,929 


4,582 


104,805 


92 


96,455 


109 


8,944 


8 


8,474 


Illinois 


1,320 


54,716 


47,381 


1,275 


49,993 


91 


43,694 


45 


4,723 


9 


3,687 


Indiana 


541 


9,224 


8,284 


537 


8,776 


95 


7,832 


4 


448 


5 


452 


Michigan 


1,026 


15,672 


16,096 


996 


14,220 


91 


14,500 


30 


1,452 


9 


1,595 


Ohio 


922 


23,998 


24,674 


897 


22,455 


94 


22,929 


25 


1,542 


5 


1,745 


Wisccnsln 


882 


10,140 


8,494 


877 


9,361 


92 


7,500 


5 


779 


8 


994 


IJET NORTH CiMTRAL 


3,973 


49,176 


44,122 


3,853 


41,107 


84 


35,930 


120 


8,069 


16 


8,192 


Iowa 


571 


7,636 


6,907 


539 


4,435 


58 


3,744 


32 


3,201 


42 


3,163 


TCwnflttM 


605 


4,867 


4,099 


586 


4,179 


86 


3,535 


19 


688 


14 


563 


Minnesota 


891 


12,610 


10,685 


862 


11,587 


92 


9,582 


29 


1,023 


8 


1,003 


Mlsaourl 


941 


15,438 


14,419 


917 


13,939 


90 


12,919 


24 


1,499 


10 


1,500 


Nebraska 


435 


4,830 


4,882 


425 


3,520 


73 


3,278 


10 


1.310 


27 


1,604 


North Dakota 


297 


2,050 


1,597 


294 


1,890 


92 


1,459 


3 


160 


8 


138 


South Dakota 


233 


1,745 


1,533 


230 


1,557 


89 


1,312 


3 


188 


11 


221 


SOUIB ATLAWTIC 


2,885 


52,764 


48,686 


2,822 


47,939 


91 


43,360 


63 


4,825 


9 


5,326 


Delaware 


40 


854 


689 


40 


854 


100 


689 


. 


. 


. 


. 


District of Columbia 


77 


12,695 


11,046 


70 


12,395 


98 


10,767 


7 


301 


2 


278 


Florida 


882 


10,884 


10,620 


849 


9,009 


83 


8,534 


33 


1,875 


17 


2,086 


Georgia 


377 


5,402 


5,099 


374 


4,537 


84 


4,205 


3 


855 


16 


894 


Maryland 


229 


4,242 


3,710 


228 


4,215 


99 


3,690 


1 


26 


1 


20 


North Carolina 


392 


5,759 


5,188 


388 


5,620 


98 


5,060 


4 


139 


2 


128 


South Carolina 


173 


2,393 


2,167 


169 


2,154 


90 


1,890 


4 


239 


10 


277 


Virginia 


408 


7,059 


7,109 


399 


5,777 


82 


5,523 


9 


1,282 


18 


1,586 


West Virginia 


307 


3,475 


3,059 


305 


3,377 


97 


3,002 


2 


98 


3 


57 


Bast sooth central 


1,194 


16,317 


15,519 


1,184 


14,651 


90 


13,871 


10 


1,666 


10 


1,648 


Alabama 


272 


3,039 


2,997 


270 


2,451 


81 


2,275 


2 


588 


19 


722 


Kentucky 


378 


5,281 


4,665 


375 


5,198 


98 


4,581 


3 


83 


2 


84 


Uississippl 


204 


2,025 


2,135 


203 


2,014 


99 


2,120 


1 


11 


1 


15 


Tennessee 


340 


5,972 


5,722 


336 


4,988 


84 


4,895 


4 


984 


16 


827 


VraST SOOTH CENTRAL 


2,973 


32,415 


30,79/ 


2,929 


29,374 


91 


27,914 


44 


3,041 


9 


2,883 


Arkansas 


356 


3,163 


2,941 


348 


■2,432 


77 


2,224 


8 


731 


23 


717 


Louisiana 


311 


4,603 


5,098 


309 


4,401 


96 


4,896 


2 


202 


4 


202 


Oklahoma 


734 


5,852 


5,287 


729 


5,775 


99 


5,227 


5 


77 


1 


60 


Texas 


1,572 


18,797 


17,471 


1,543 


16,766 


89 


15,G67 


29 


2,031 


11 


1,904 


HUUN'Um 


2,393 


20,305 


17,954 


2,358 


18,617 


92 


16,595 


35 


1,688 


8 


1,359 


Arizona 


199 


3,040 


2,887 


191 


2,385 


78 


2,419 


8 


655 


22 


468 


Colorado 


750 


5,692 


5,?56 


740 


5,547 


97 


5,078 


10 


145 


3 


178 


Idaho 


244 


1,788 


1,560 


243 


1,774 


99 


1,647 


1 


14 


1 


13 


Montana 


450 


3,038 


2,457 


446 


3,023 


100 


2,4".! 


4 


15 


- 


16 


Nevada 


135 


1,337 


1,090 


135 


1,337 


100 


1,090 


- 


- 


- 


- 


New Mexico 


188 


1,703 


1,337 


179 


949 


56 


835 


9 


754 


44 


502 


Dtah 


224 


2,134 


2,035 


221 


2,029 


95 


1,853 


3 


105 


5 


182 


Wyoming 


203 


1,573 


1,332 


203 


1,573 


100 


1,332 


- 


- 


- 


- 


PACIFIC 


4,760 


59,924 


57,345 


4,592 


53,758 


90 


51,571 


168 


5,165 


10 


5,774 


Califoraia 


3,342 


45,674 


43,299 


3,184 


39,976 


88 


38,070 


158 


5,698 


12 


5,229 


Oregon 


493 


4,784 


4,591 


492 


4,748 


99 


4,508 


1 


36 


1 


83 


Washingtoo 


925 


9,466 


9,455 


916 




9,034 


95 


8,993 


9 


432 


5 


462 



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propr letoro. 



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Tkbl* 8.— fmiTED STATES SOUMARY— SZSVICE RBCEIPTS, Of WHOLESALE BSTAELISBUEinS , HT EINI16 OP KISIHESS 
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General merchandise 
Orocerleo and foods 


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1,032 


imaconsnt and sporting goods 


338 


Hardirare 


260 


IntanotlTO products 


17,755 


Jewelry and optical goods 


387 


duBlcals 


301 


Lumber and building materials 


760 


Clothing and furnishings 


207 


Machinery, equlpsent and supplies 


11,534 


Coal 


421 


Metals (except scrap) 


206 


Qrugs and drug sundries 


6 


I^per and ita products 


181 


Dry goods 


330 


Petroleum and Its products 


1,900 


Electrical goods 


9,900 


Plumbing and heating aqulpnent and supplies 


801 


Farm products-raw materials 


10,932 


Tobacco and its producta 


589 


F&QB product s-eonsomsr goods 


2,269 


Vaste materials 


138 


Farm supplies 


440 


All other products 


1,025 


Fnmlture and house furnishings 


332 







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liable 9. — nnTED STAIXS SOMURT — SHtVICE RECETPTS, OF RgTATT. ESTAELISBUENTS , B7 EHOS OF 
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OTllXD STllBS TOTAL 


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Furniture and household ktoup 


423.877 


Faimap's supplies and country gwieral stores 


3.369 


Furniture stores 

Floor corerings, drapery, upholstery stores 


7", 326 






1,117 


Country general stores 


588 


Household appliance stores 


6,567 


Farmer's supply stores 


2,781 


Other home wares and appliance stores 


2,437 






Radio stores 


5,830 


General merohandiae «?<mp 


9.122 


Lo&ber, building, and hardware group 






8,588 


27.891 


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Dry-goods stores 


80 


Lanber and building material dealers 


2,022 


General merchandise stores 


344 


Slectrlcal shops (without radio) 


4,081 


Variety, 5-and-lO, and to-a-dollar stores 


110 


Heating and plumbing shofs 


13,506 






Paint and glass stores 


1,981 


Apparel group 


15,599 


Hardware stores 

Hardware and fano-lmpleciant storaB 


3,397 






2,304 


Men's stores (clothing and furnishings) 


1,158 






Family clothing stores 


492 
2,017 


Other retail stores 


33.483 


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Furriers — fur shops 


5,030 


Cigar stores and cigar stands 


S62 


Millinery stores (including leased departments) 


337 


Coal and wood yarda — ice dealers 


3,649 


eastern tailors 


2,811 


Drug stores 


1,010 


Accessories and other apparel stores 


1,191 


Florists 


208 


Shoe atorea 


2,563 


Jewelry stores 


13,298 






News dealers 


268 


AntoootlTe group 


453.328 


Office supply and equliment dealers 
Other classiflcatlona 


7,848 






6,643 


MotoiwTehiele dealers (new and used) 


166,425 






Accessories, tiro, and battery dealers 


20,356 
42,324 


!J<«cnn^h«nd stores 


2.298 


Filling stations 






Motorcyels, bicycle, and supply daulara 


1,691 






Garages and repair ahops 


281,981 






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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TABLE 10.— UMITED STATES SU11MARY--3EBVICE RECEIPTS, OF WKOLESAIi AND RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS , 
BY GEOGRAPHIC niVISIONS AND STATES 
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WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 




RETAIL DISTRIBOTIOH: 1933 






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UNITED STATES TOTAL 


*65.047 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 
NEW iXGLAND 
Connecticut 


1567.767 


NEW ENGLAND 


3.584 


44.896 


Connecticut 


637 


9,194 


Maine 


167 


Maine 


4,676 


Maeaachusetts 


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Massachusetts 


22,499 


Now Hampahire 


26 


New Hampshire 


2,899 


Rhode Island 


196 


Rhode Island 


3,057 


Vermont 


70 


Vermont 


2,571 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 


15.580 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 
New Jersey 


137.691 


New Jersey 


1,029 


19,895 


New York 


11,202 


New York 


79,169 


Pennsylvania 


3,349 


Pennsylvania 


38,627 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 


15,163 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
Illinois 


124.901 


Illinois 


6,929 


40,869 


Indiana 


1,031 


Indiana 


U,742 


Michigan 


2,830 


Ml chimin 


29,283 


Ohio 


3,277 


Ohio 


29,998 


Wisconsin 


1,096 


Wisconsin 


13,009 


WEST NOHm CENTRAL 


7.289 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL 
Iowa 


56.552 


Icywa 


693 


12,416 


Kansas 


993 


Kansas 


8,480 


Minnesota 


1,593 


Minnesota 


14,914 ■ 


Missouri. 


2,533 


Missouri 


17,887 


Nebraska 


888 


Nebraska 


7,739 


North Dakota 


223 


North Dakota 


2,494 


South Dakota 


366 


South Dakota 


2,622 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 


4.383 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 
Delaware 


48.847 


Delaware 


43 


1,192 


District of Columbia 


640 


District of GolmnUa 


6,082 


riorlda 


252 


Florida 


6,365 


Georgia 


629 


Georgia 


5,833 


Maryland 


678 


Maryland 


7,737 


North Carolina 


1,207 


North Carolina 


6,499 


South Carolina 


169 


South Carolina 


3,602 


Virginia 


618 


Virginia 


7,191 


West Virginia 


147 


West Virginia 


4,346 


EAST SOOTH CQITHAL 


2.354 


EAST SOUTH CQITHAL 
Alabama 


19.584 


Alabama 


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4,429 


Kentucky 


479 


Kentucky 


6,722 


Mississippi 


255 


Mississippi 


2,342 


Tennessee 


1,295 


Tennessee 


6,091 


irasT SOUTH eaJTOAL 


5.331 


WEST SOUTH OiNTHAL 
Arkansas 


39.490 


Arkansas 


90 


3,553 


Louisiana 


1,362 


Louisiana 


5,011 


Oklahcaa 


796 


Oklahoma 


8,315 


Texas 


3,083 


Texas 


22, 6U 


l/r STAIN 


1.256 


MOUNTAIN 
Adrizona 


19.277 


Arizona 


64 


1,765 


Colorado 


474 


Colorado 


5,768 


Idaho 


283 


Idaho 


2,326 


Montana 


262 


Montana 


3,275 


Nevada 


16 


Nevada 


853 


New Mexico 


30 


New Mexico 


1,350 


Utah 


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Utah 


2,202 


Wyomlne 


12 


■doming 


1.738 


PACIFIC 


7.107 


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66.529 


California 


4.923 


50,691 


Oregcn 


373 


Oregon 


5,890 


Washing on 


1,811 


Washington 


9,948 











JUL 2 3 1935