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SERVICES AMUSEMENTS AND HOTELS 
HOTELS 



U. S, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

WiUiaai L. Aastin, Director 



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CENSUS OF AMERICAN BUSINESS: 1933 



A CIVIL WORKS ADMINISTRATION PROJECT 



SERVICES, AMUSEMENTS, 
AND HOTELS 



VOLUME IV 



HOTELS 







MAY. 1935 



U . S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Daniel C. Roper. Secretary 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 
William 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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SERVICE ESTABLISHM E NTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT 
AND HOTELS: 1933 



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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CONTENT S 



Introduction Pages 

General Explanations 

Scope of the report I 

Explanation of Terms H 

General Analysis 

Hotels having 25 or more 

Guest Rooms: 1933 and 1929 V 

Hotels 1933 VI 

Table 1. - Establishments, Receipts, Proprietors, Employment, 
Pay Rolls and Expenses, by Geographic Divisions 
and States: 

Table 1. Hotels, Year-round and Seasonal combined 1 

lA. Year-round Hotels 2 

IB. Seasonal Hotels 3 

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. - Monthly Employment and Sex Data, by Geographic Divisions 
and States: 

Table 3. Hctels, Year-round and Seasonal Hotels 4-5 

3A. Year-rcund Hotels 6-7 

3B. Seasonal Hotels 8-9 

Table 4. - Size of Hotel, by Geographic Divisions and States. 10 

Table 5. - Analysis of Receipts, by Geographic Divisions and States 11 

separately for; All Hotels, Year-round Hotels, and 
Seasonal Hotels. 
Table 6, - Chains and Independents, by Geographic Divisions and 12 

States. 
Table 7. - Date of Establishment, by Geographic Divisions and States. 13 

Table 8. - General Statistics, for Hotels of 25 Guest Rooms or 
more: 1933 and 1929. 

Table 8. Hotels operating the entire year 14-17 

8A. Seasonal Hotels 18 

Table 9. - General Statistics of Hotels operating the entire year, 19-21 

for Hotels of 25 Guest Rooms or more, for Cities of 
250,000 cr more inhabitants: 1933 and 1929. 

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HOTELS 



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INTRODUCTION 



This report presents in a final form the findings of the second census of hotels, taken 
as part of the Census of American Business for 1933. Wherever possible, comparisons are pro- 
vided with the first census of hotels taken in connection with the Census of Distribution for 
1929. 

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 reported for that part cf the year 
during which they were in active operation. 

The canvass was made 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. 



GENERAL EXPLANATIONS 



SCOPE O F THE REPORT . This report contains eight basic tables. Those numbered 1, 3. 

4, 5, 6 and 7, which present summary statistics for the United States by States for 1933 
only, apply to all hotels regardless of size, while Tables 8 and 9, containing comparative 
data for 1933 and 1929 for States and cities of 250,000 or more inhabitants respectively, 
are confined to hotels having 25 or more guest rooms. Comparisons with 1929 must be re- 
stricted to hotels of this size because the canvass for that year v^as limited to establish- 
ments having 25 or more guest rooms. Table 2, which includes data on hotels for counties 
and places of 2,500 or more inhabitants, is presented in Volume III of this series of re- 
ports, the contents of which are explained in detail in the "Plan of Presentation", given 
on the second page of this volume. 

The data in the majority of tables are presented separately for seasonal and year- 
round hotels, in view of the dissimimilarity in the operations of these types of hotels. In 
drawing definite conclusions from the tables containing data for all hotels and particularly 
the tables on seasonal hotels, it should be borne in mind that deficiencies in coverage ex- 
ist in seasonal establishments. The majority of these hotels were not operating at the time 
the canvass was made and, for this reason, the enumerator was, in scire instances, unable to 
contact the owner of the establishment for the purpose of securing a report. Although many 
hotels of the resort type were not in operation in 1933 and were, therefore, legitimately 
excluded from the 1933 canvass, there is no doubt some degree of understatement in the 1933 
figures for seasonal hotels. 

Hotels were required, both for 1929 and 1933, to report the plan of operation (European, 
American, or mixed) on which the establishment was conducted. Although the published data 
for 1929, and some of the tables for 1933, present hotel statistics classified according to 

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plan of operation, such classification is considered insufficiently accurate, due to irregu- 
larities in reporting, to justify the presentation of comparative data on that basis. While 
data *ere published by type of occupancy (transient, permanent, or mixed) for the 1929 cen- 
sus, the data for 1933 are not classified in this manner although an inquiry on type of 
occupancy v.-as included on the questionnaire. 

Information relative to the activities of restaurants not in hotels, or located in 
hotels but not under hotel management, was collected separately in connection with the census 
of retail trade. Detailed statistics regarding their operations may be found in the reports 
on retail trade summarizing the results of the 1933 Census of American Business. 



EXPLANATION OF TERMS 



HOTELS. The census includes, in the main, establishments designated under the la.v of the 

several States as hotels. It does not cover boarding houses, lodging houses, tourist homes 
or camps, Y.M.C.A.'s, Y.W.C.A.'s dude ranches, club dormitories and similar establishments 
which furnish lodging and meals to guests. Hotels operated by Y.M.C.A.'s, or otherorgani- 
zations on a commercial basis are included. So-called apartment hotels are included, pro- 
vided a substantial part of their receipts are from transient guests. Only establishments 
whose primary activity is the hotel business are classified as hotels, but hotels operated 
independently as concessions in connection /liih other businesses are included in this classi- 
fication. Each unit of a chain is considered a separate establishment. 



YEAR-ROU ND HOTELS. All hotels which are normally in operation at least nine months of 

the year are included in this classification. 

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

considered seasonal hotels. 

AMERICAN PLAN HOTEL-'^ . 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 charges 

for rooms and meals. 

MIXED PLAN HOTELS. (AMERI CAN AN D EU ROPEAN). So.iie hotels operate on both the American 

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

RECEIPTS. Receipts represent total revenue of the establishment. A single form of 

questionnaire was used to canvass hotels, retail stores, wholesale and service establishments, 
and places of amusement, and each place of business v/-as recuired to report its receipts in 
answer to the following questions: 

(a) Receipts from sale of merchandise. 

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

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(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.). 

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

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

Although hotels reported receipts as outlined above. Table 5 presenting an analysis of 
receipts does not show receipts from service sales or admissions. In this table, such re- 
ceipts are included in "Receipts from other sources." While the questionnaire calls for 
separate figures on receipts from room rentals and receipts from meal sales, American and 
mixed plan hotels (particularly the smaller establishments), were usually unable to make this 
segregation. 

In 1929, American and mixed plan hotels did not report separately receipts from room 
rentals and from meal sales; for this reason, in comparative tables (8 and 9) these receipts 
are segregated only for European plan hotels. No comparative analysis of receipts is pre- 
sented for seasonal hotels. 

PR OPRIETORS . The enumerators were instructed to include as proprietors all owners of 

unincorporated establishments and adult members of their families who were actively employed 
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. 

FUL L-TIME EMPLOYEES. 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 
as 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. Employ- 
ees working on a full-time basis in seasonal establishments are also treated as full-time 
employees. 

PART -TIME EMP LOYEES. 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 v/as 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. 

AVERAGE NU M BER OF EMP LOYE ES (AS COMPU TE D FOR ALL H OTE LS SEE TABLES 1 AND 3) . Th e av- 

erage 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, di- 
vided by twelve. Average part-time employment is computed in the same manner. However, in 

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drawing conclusions concerning part-time compensation, it should be remembered th._t part- 
time employment for the individual employee may vary from one hour to any part of a week 
which would not normally constitute full-time employment. Employees include salaried offi- 
cers of corporations, other executives, clerks, and all other employees required to operate 
a hotel. 

AVERAGE NUMBER OF. EMPLOYEES., (AS COMPUTED FOR HOTELS HAVING_25 OR MORE GUEST ROOMS. 

SEE T ABL ES 8_AND 9). The questionnaire used in connection with the 1329 census called for 

the total number of all employees (full-time and part-time combined), as of the 15th day or 
nearest payroll date for the months of April, July, October and December. The average num- 
ber of employees for the year was arrived at by dividing the total of the reported number of 
employees for these specific months by four. This same method was also used for computing 
average number of employees for 1933 in the tables presenting comparative data (1933-19291 
for hotels having 2.5 or more guest rooms. No average number of employees on this basis was 
computed for seasonal hotels. 

SEX OF EMPLOY EES . A distribution by .<3ex of the combined number of full-time and part- 
time employees on December 30, 1933, or nearest representative day, was required of each es- 
tablishraftnt . The ratio resulting from this inquiry was used as a basis for computing the 
sex distribution of the average number of employees. No sex data are shown in Table 8-A 
for seasonal hotels containing comparative data (1933-1929), because of the inadequate means 
of arriving at an average number of employees, as explained in the foregoing paragraph on 
average number of employees as computed for Tables 8 and 9. 

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 include 
compensation of proprietors except the fixed salary of active partners if such salary is 
paid in addition to the partner's participation in profits. Such salaried partners, found 
predominantly in large businesses, are comparable to salaried executives of a corporation 
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 S500. 

AYERAGE_ANNUAL_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-time 
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, 

IOIAL_OPERATING_EXPENSES . Payroll, rent, interest, traveling expenses, advertising, 

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 included. Since data on total operating expenses were not collected for the 1923 
census, imforraation on this subject could not be shown in the comparative tables, (Tables 
8 and 9) . 

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GENERAL ANALYSIS 



A discussion of the tabular data presented in this report must necessarily be divided 
into two parts; one relating to statistics for all hotels as canvassed in 1933; the other 
to the comparison of hotel operations for the years 1933 and 1929, which applies only to 
those establishments having 25 or more guest rooms. 



HOTELS HAVING 25 OR MORE GUEST ROOMS, 1935 AND 1929 



YEAR3R0yND_H0TELS . A decrease of 1,234 hotels, or 9 percent, from the total number 

reported for the United States for 1929 occurred during the four-year period, 1930-1933. 
The total number of guest rooms decreased by 118,513, or 10 percent of the 1929 total, and 
total receipts were $437,820,000 in 1933, as compared with $962,801,000 in 1929, a decrease 
of 55 percent. Receipts per guest room averaged $848 in 1929, and $431 in 1933, a decrease 
of 49 percent. 

Receipts from room rentals and sale of meals are shown separately only for European plan 
hotels. Receipts of this kind from Airerican and mixed plan hotels were usually reported as 
a single item both in 1933 and 1929; they are shown in the column headed "Receipts froir rocms 
and meals." Receipts from room rentals in Eurcpean plan hotels declined '53 percent in 1933 
as compared with 1929; receipts from the sale of meals also decreased 53 percent. In con- 
trast, the receipts from room rentals and sale of meals combined as reported by American plan 
hotels were 64 percent lower than the 1929 total. 

Revenue from other sources, representing principally receipts from the sale of mer- 
chandise, service sales, space rentals other than guest rooms, concession rentals, and ad- 
missions to ball rooms and other hotel-operated amusements were 49 percent less than re- 
ceipts of this type reported for 1929. 

Employment as reported for the months of July, October and December in 1933 showed a 
marked increase over the reported employment for April . In that month in 1933, the total 
employment of year-round hotels was 32 percent below the employment for the same month in 
1929. In Ju]y, this decrease had declined to 30 percent; in October, to 28 percent; and, 
by December, it had dropped to 25 percent. 

Average employment for the year, based on the reported employment for the four above- 
mentioned months, was 29 percent less in 1933 then in 1929, in contrast to tctal payroll 
which shows a decrease of 49 percent. A comparison of emplcymert by sex shows a considerably 
greater decline in the numbei rf female employees than in males, 34 percent as against 25 
percent. 

The number of gueit rocms per employee iray be regarded as an indication of the relative 
activity of hotels in one year as compared with another. It ii , in a sense, a better mea- 
sure of activity than revenue or receipts per room, since it is expressed in physical quanti- 
ty rather than money units and is independent cf changes in the value of money. In 1929, 
the number of guest rooms per employee averaged 3.9, as compared with 4.9 in 1933. 



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SEASONA L H OTELS . The number of seasonal hotels reporting in 1933 is 1,289 as compared 

with 2,249 in 1929. Th.is decrease is due, to a degree, to an incomplete coverage in 1933 
as heretofore explained. Guest rooms show a decrease of 77,362 in number, and receipts de- 
clined from $76,562,000 for 1929 to $19,001,000 for 1933. Total payroll decreased from $15,- 
814,000 to $4,597,000. Employment in seasonal hotels in 1933 shows a decrease of 63 percent 
in April, as against 66 percent in July, 70 percent in October, and 78 percent in December, 
compared with the same months for 1929. 



H0TELS^1933 



The 1933 census covered all kinds of hotels without regard to the number of guest 
rooms. Therefore, the tables, which present 1933 data only, relate to all hotels in oper- 
ation during that year. 

The total number of hotels reporting for the year were 29,462, and they gave employment 
to 269,511 persons, of whom 33,684 are proprietors, 213,919 full-time employees, and21,908 
part-time employees. Their total receipts for the year 1933 are $515,549,000 and total pay- 
roll $146,280,000, of which $6,521,000 was paid to part-time employees. 

GE OGRA PHIC.. DISTRIBUTION . The distribution of the hotel business by States is indicated 

in Table 1. It is of interest to note that the five States of New York, Illinois, Califor- 
nia, Pennsylvania and Ohio reported 47.5 percent of all hotel receipts for 1933. These five 
States and five others (Massachusetts, New Jersey, Michigan, Texas and Missouri) account for 
64.0 percent of all hotel receipts, yet these same States represented in April, 1930, only 
about one-half of the total population of the country. New York alone reported 17.7 percent 
of the total hotel business of the country, in contrast to 10 percent of the total popula- 
tion. 

EMPLOYMENT, BY. MON THS . The total number of full-time employees in hotels in 1933- 

ranged from a minimum of 201,714 in March to a maximum of 233, 145 in August. For year round 
hotels, March was the month of minimum employment and December the maximum; and, for seasonal 
hotels, November was the minimum, and August, the maximum. 

The total number of part-time employees ranged from a low of 19,441 in January to a 
high of 24,091 in September. For year-round hotel?, the minimum employment on a part-time 
basis was in March, and the maximum in December. Seasonal hotels employed the least number 
of part-time employees in January and the largest number in September. 

HOTELS, .CLASSIFIED BY. SIZE. The hotel business in 1933 was concentrated to a high de- 
gree in the larger hotels with more than 200 guest rooms. These hotels, although repre- 
senting only 3.6 percent of all hotels, reported 51.9 percent of total receipts. Hotels 
with 50 to 199 guest rooms represented 20.4 percent of all hotels and did 29.5 percent of 
the total business for the year, while hotels with less than 50 guest rooms, comprising 76.0 
percent of the total number, reported 18.6 percent of all receipts. 

The following table summarizes the number of hotels, number of guest rooms-, and re- 
ceipts, by room-groups: 



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Ho tels, C lass i fied b^ N umb er of Guest Rooms 





Establishments 


Number ofj 
guest 1 


Receipt 


s 


Size Classification 




Percent 


1 


Percent 




Number 
29,462 


of total 




rooms 1 


Amount | 
$515,549,000 


of total 


All Hotels 


100.0 


1 


,361,287' 


100.0 . 


Hotels with 








1 


1 




500 guest rooms or more 


151 


.5 




120,819 


119,646,000 


23.2 


300 to 499 guest rooms 


344 


1.2 




129,288 


80,105,000 


15.5 


200 to 299 guest rooms 


553 


1.9 




128,118 


67,938,000 


13.2 


100 to 199 guest rooms 


1,871 


6.4 




244,969 


87,087,000 


16.9 


50 to 99 guest rooms 


4,133 


14.0 




272,432 


64,887,000 


12.6 


Less than 50 guest rooms.. 


22,410 


76.0 




465,661 


95,886,000 


18.6 



CHAINS AND INDEPEN DENT S . Although relatively unimportant from the standpoint of num- 
ber (2.3 percent of the total), hotels operated under chain ownership account for 10 percent 
of the total volume of business. The term "chain" as used in this report applies to all 
organizations owning and operating four or more hotels. Hotels operated by organizations 
with less than four units are classified as independents. The 667 hotels classified as 
chains had 94,463 guest rooms, an average of 140 for each hotel, as compared with a total of 
1,266,844 guest rooms for the 28,795 independently operated hotels, or an average of 44 
guest rcoms. The average receipts per guest room for chain hotels in 1933 was $565 as com- 
pared with $365 per guest room for independently operated hotels. The proportion of total 
hotel business done by chains varies greatly in the several States. Chains reported more 
than 40 percent of the total hotel business in 2 States, New Mexico and Iowa; more than 20 
but less than 30 percent in 3 States, Nebraska, Arizona and Arkansas; 10 to 20 percent in 14 
States; and in all other States, less than 10 percent. 

DATE OF ESTABLISH MENT. Hotels are classified in Table 7 by date of establishment into 

three major groups, those established in or prior to 1929, in 1930-32, and in 1933; hotels 
which began business in 1933 are divided further to show the number which began business in 
each quarter of the year. Of the 29,462 hotels reporting for 1933, 25,637 or 87.0 percent, 
were in operation both in 1929 and 1933; 2,645, or 9.0 percent began business during the 
years 1930, 1931 or 1932; and 1,180, or 4.0 percent, began business in 1933. These data in- 
dicate a much greater degree cf stability of operation in the hotel business than is indi- 
cated for retail and service establishments which are covered in other reports of the Census 
of American Business. 



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Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. AND HOTELS: 1933 

— HOTEfl ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, EMPLOYMENT, PAY ROLLS. AND EXPENSES, BI GEOGiULPHIC DIVISIONS 

AND STATES 
(Receipts and pay roll expressed in thousands 0/ dollars) 







Receipts I 






Employment and Pay Roll 








Number 






Number 










Totlil 












I 








of 






of 




Full-time employees | 


Part-time employees] 


operating 


DinSIOS AND SliU 


estab- 
lish- 
ments 




Percent 

of 

total 


Pro- 
prie- 
tors 












expenses 
(including 
pay roll) 

2/ 


Amount 


Total 
pay roll 


Average 
number 


PayroU 


Average 
annual 
earnings 


Average 
number 


Pay roU 


UNITED STATIS TOTil 


29,«a2 


1515,649 


100.0 


33,684 


«46,2aO 


213,919 


»139,769 


iJ653 


21,906 


16,621 


*437,703 


tan ENOLAHD 


i.esi 


31.643 


6.1 


1,846 


9,664 


13,904 


9,174 


' I.353I 


480 


29.393 


Connectleut 


280 


5,135 


1.0 


282 


1,619 


2,230 


1,430 


664 


341 


139 


4,728 


HaliM 


43S 


4,812 


.9 


546 


1,191 


1,839 


1,126 


597 


199 


63 


4,021 


toesachUfletti 


524 


16,021 


3.1 


530 


5,193 


6,897 


4,965 


713 


540 


208 


16,950 


Now HampBhlr* 


139 


1,801 


.4 


212 


602 


720 


460 


939 


167 


42 


1,504 


Rhoda laland 


75 


1,793 


.3 


76 


388 


800 


675 


719 


41 


13 


1,732 


VannODt 


1«7 


2,079 


.4 


200 


591 


966 


679 


593 


66 


15 


1,758 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 


4.943 


139,255 


27.0 


5,795 


40,410 


51,714 


36,670 




4.940 


1,640 


138.963 


law Jaraay 


928 


19,234 


3.7 


1,177 


5,171 


7,170 


4,837 


677 


i;006 


314 


17,069 


Naa Topk 


2,37S 


91,074 


17.7 


2,580 


26,476 


32,412 


26,493 


787 


2,649 


933 


95,349 


Pannarlnnla 


1,941 


28,947 


5.6 


2,033 


8,763 


12,132 


3,220 


978 


1,365 


543 


29,663 


EAST HOHTB CENTRAL 


4.e91 


113.750 


28.1 


5.168 


33.163 


49.329 


31,998 




4,361 


1.196 


104,929 


lUlnoH 


1,3«0 


54,716 


10.6 


1,257 


15,378 


18,569 


16, OU 


306 


1,659 


367 


47,331 


Indiana 


041 


9,224 


1.8 


599 


2,515 


4,199 


2,393 


570 


442 


122 


S,284 


■nehlgaii 


1,026 


15,672 


3.0 


1,190 


4,744 


7,903 


4,513 


571 


708 


231 


19,096 


Ohio 


92E 


23,998 


4.7 


1,035 


8,056 


11,525 


7,744 


972 


935 


312 


24,974 


WlaooDBln 


682 


10,140 


2.0 


1,087 


2,470 


4,130 


2,307 


559 


607 


163 


3,494 


WIBT NORTH CIBTRAL 


5.975 


49,176 


9.5 


4,746 


13,036 


22,046 


12,443 




2,352 


591 


44,122 


Iowa 


571 


7,636 


1.6 


699 


1,872 


3,234 


i;797 


549 


477 


105 


9,907 


Xkiaaa 


US 


4,867 


.9 


726 


1,163 


2,327 


1,086 


496 


316 


98 


4,099 


mauaota 


891 


12,610 


2.3 


1,056 


3,385 


6.184 


3,240 


625 


490 


145 


10,985 


HlaaouTl 


941 


13,438 


3.0 


1.087 


4,634 


7,737 


4,378 


566 


694 


169 


14,419 


Nabraaka 


435 


4,830 


.9 


533 


1,219 


2,068 


1,148 


552 


263 


77 


4,882 


North Dakota 


297 


2,050 


.4 


364 


431 


831 


435 


523 


73 


19 


1,597 


South Dakota 


233 


1,746 


.3 


281 


422 


965 


398 


598 


U9 


24 


1,533 


30DTB ATLAHTIC 


2.883 


52.764 


10.3 


3.197 


14,128 


24,6U 


13,713 


„ 


2,047 


415 


48,686 


Dalawara 


40 


854 


.2 


42 


244 


354 


230 


650 


37 


14 


989 


Dlatnet of golunbla 


77 


12,696 


2.5 


60 


3,386 


4,160 


3,330 


800 


307 


59 


11,045 


Florida 


8e> 


10,884 


2.1 


981 


2,657 


4,929 


2,581 


558 


349 


76 


10,920 


Gaorgla 


577 


5,402 


1.0 


471 


1,308 


3,245 


1,257 


387 


279 


61 


6,099 


■brrland 


229 


4,842 


.8 


£76 


1,307 


2,075 


1,255 


606 


194 


58 


3, '10 


North Carolina 


392 


5,759 


1.1 


437 


1,453 


3,073 


1,407 


456 


295 


46 


5,138 


South Carolina 


173 


2,393 


.6 


171 


568 


1,345 


549 


408 


134 


19 


2,197 


Tlrslnla 


408 


7,069 


1.4 


413 


2,186 


3,811 


2,119 


566 


292 


70 


7,109 


Waat VlrpUla 


307 


3,475 


.7 


346 


1,019 


1,319 


988 


343 


190 


31 


3,059 


IIOT SOtrra CDfTBAl 


1.194 


16.317 


3.2 


1.344 


4,300 


9.697 


4,105 


. 


898 


195 


15,519 


Alabama 


27t 


3,039 


.6 


287 


370 


2,073 


842 


406 


128 


28 


2,997 


Eantucky 


378 


5,281 


1.0 


446 


1,420 


2,748 


1,344 


489 


319 


76 


4,995 


Hlaalaalppl 


204 


E,02S 


.4 


239 


534 


1,528 


501 


377 


159 


33 


2,135 


Tannaaaaa 


340 


5^972 


1.2 


372 


1,479 


3,448 


1,418 


4U 


295 


58 


S,72S 


WB3T SOOTH CWrSAL 


8.973 


32.413 


6.3 


3.357 


8.744 


19.475 


6,490 


. 


1.301 


294 


30.797 


Arkanaaa 


336 


3,163 


.6 


401 


731 


1,776 


709 


398 


127 


25 


2,941 


Loulalana 


311 


4,603 


.9 


343 


1,378 


2,947 


1,353 


511 


110 


25 


5,098 


Oklahon 


734 


5,832 


1.1 


845 


1,699 


3,065 


1,623 


532 


333 


76 


5,237 


Tazaa 


1,678 


18,797 


3.7 


1,768 


4,936 


9,000 


4,808 


334 


731 


1B8 


17,471 


iiomnAiii 


2.393 


20.305 


3.9 


2.792 


3.568 


7.791 


5,204 


_ 


1.123 


334 


17.954 


Arizona 


199 


3,040 


.6 


201 


912 


1,173 


883 


753 


Ul 


29 


1,887 


Colorado 


750 


5,692 


1.1 


882 


1,698 


2,469 


1,653 


932 


342 


U6 


5,259 


Idaho 


244 


1,788 


.3 


272 


431 


679 


386 


670 


139 


45 


1,560 


Montana 


450 


3,038 


.6 


581 


722 


991 


663 


669 


193 


59 


2,467 


Narada 


135 


1,337 


.3 


147 


293 


291 


271 


931 


94 


87 


1,090 


Daw Haxleo 


188 


1,703 


.3 


216 


493 


899 


477 


549 


84 


IB 


1,337 


Utah 


224 


2,134 


.4 


262 


614 


910 


571 


927 


127 


43 


2,033 


»70i»lng 


203 


1,573 


.3 


231 


418 


525 


400 


792 


99 


18 


1,332 


PACIFIC 


4.760 


39.924 


11.6 


5.439 


17.267 


21.666 


16.090 


_ 


3.676 


1.197 


67.343 


California 


3,348 


45,674 


8.9 


3,851 


13,367 


19,219 


12,458 


768 


2,660 


909 


43,299 


OragOB 


493 


4,784 


.9 


594 


1,325 


1,998 


1,232 


929 


310 


93 


4,591 


Waablngton 


91S 


9,466 


1.8 


994 


2,595 


3,974 


2,400 


965 


715 


196 


9,455 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

ftmx lA. THAR-BnTIMD HOTELS B3TABLI3HMENTS, HKCKIPTS, KKPLOTamiT, PAY BDIX, AND EXPENSBS, 07 OTOGRAPHK 

AND 3TATBS 
(Baoalpt* and pay roll aipr«sa»d in thou«*nd» of dollar* 1 











MPLOaiENT AND PAY BDIX 






Nunbar 






Nunbar 






^ 






Total 




of 






of 




pall-tlAB ajnployaea |Pait>tiaa amployaaa | 


oparatlaj 


DI7I3I0N AM) 9T»B 


aetab- 




Paroant 


Pro- 














Total 
pay roll 






^ 










lieh- 
manta 


Imount 


of 
total 


prio- 
tora 


ATaraga 

numbar 


ATaraga 

Pay roll mnaal 


ATaxaga 


»y roU 


(inelodlDg 
pay roU) 
















eaniinep 






2/ 


ONITED STATES TOTAL 


S7.128 


»493.312 


100.0 


30.716 


♦140.991 


206.599 


1134.764 


MSS 


20.966 


I6.88T 


8468.68* 


nra mmT aKTI 


1.178 


27,314 


5.4 


1.264 


8,689 


11.846 


8.177 




1.160 


4U 


85.834 


COQAOOt lout 


224 


4,909 


1.0 


228 


1,568 


2,152 


1,431 


665 


383 


137 


4,563 


Mai no 


826 


2,971 


.6 


281 


768 


1,281 


762 


587 


81 


16 


8,698 


Uassaehusatts 


422 


14,757 


3.0 


406 


4,836 


6,364 


4,636 


730 


508 


199 


14,528 


N«w HajnpaMre 
Rhode I aland 


143 


1,526 


.2 


160 


434 


619 


395 


638 


159 


39 


1,300 


50 


1,607 


.3 


49 


537 


698 


528 


756 


34 


9 


1,589 


Varmont 


113 


1,544 


.3 


140 


447 


742 


435 


586 


63 


12 


1,319 


mpms AimiTIC 
Naw Jarsey 


4.oes 


131.625 


26.7 


4.662 


38,814 


49,089 


37,032 




4,663 


1,768 


133.111 


sei 


16,987 


3.2 


708 


4,516 


6,004 


4,241 


706 


882 


878 


14,8«4 


Haw TorlE 


1,938 


87,476 


17.8 


2,018 


25,697 


31,260 


24,743 


798 


2,450 


954 


92,493 


PemiaylTania 


1,364 


28,162 


5.7 


1,936 


8,601 


11,836 


8,068 


682 


1,361 


633 


26,088 


rtA?rr wnam CEtnHAL 
IlllnoU 


4.375 


111.750 


22.7 


4.717 


32.643 


45.513 


31.492 




4.191 


1.151 


103,278 


1,302 


54,410 


11.1 


1,241 


15,295 


18,426 


14,929 


810 


1,652 


366 


47,076 


Indiana 


514 


9,067 


1.8 


558 


2,476 


4,147 


2,355 


568 


438 


121 


6,178 


Miohlgan 


904 


15,163 


3.1 


1,026 


4,631 


7,677 


4,410 


574 


674 


221 


15,704 


oblo 


906 


23,631 


4.8 


1,005 


7,917 


11,355 


7,611 


670 


880 


306 


24,340 


WlseoDsiil 


749 


9,469 


1.9 


887 


2,324 


3,908 


2,187 


660 


547 


137 


7,983 


rasr NCHIH CEHTHAL 


3.918 


48,692 


9.8 


4.680 


12.919 


21.865 


12.342 




2.287 


677 


43.668 


loaa 


567 


7,624 


1.6 


69S 


1,870 


3,229 


1,765 


547 


477 


106 


6,901 


Kansaa 


605 


4,867 


1.0 


72S 


1,163 


2,327 


1,085 


466 


316 


68 


4,099 


Uinseaota 


856 


12,350 


2.5 


1,014 


3,323 


5,070 


3,181 


627 


477 


148 


10,478 


Hisaourl 


928 


15,247 


3.1 


1,071 


4,487 


7,685 


4,348 


666 


648 


145 


14,200 


Rebraalca 


435 


4,830 


1,0 


633 


1,219 


2,068 


1,142 


662 


283 


77 


4,888 


North Dakota 


297 


2,060 


.4 


364 


451 


831 


436 


523 


73 


16 


1,597 


south DaJcota 


230 


1,724 


.3 


277 


416 


655 


392 


698 


U9 


24 


1,517 


SOOTH ATLAjrno 


2.481 


47.124 


9.5 


2.742 


12.780 


22.363 


12.407 




1.926 


373 


43.185 


Dalavare 


34 


830 


.2 


35 


239 


347 


227 


664 


32 


12 


677 


District of Columbia 


77 


12,696 


2.6 


60 


3,386 


4,160 


3,330 


800 


307 


56 


11,048 


Florida 


660 


7,169 


1.6 


736 


1,746 


3,311 


1,676 


506 


324 


70 


6,796 


Qaorgia 


358 


5,172 


l.O 


463 


1,246 


3,122 


1,196 


383 


275 


60 


4,841 


Ueryland 


188 


3,969 


.8 


221 


1,249 


1,949 


1,201 


616 


186 


48 


3,548 


North Carolina 


3Z9 


6,019 


1.0 


369 


1,289 


2,746 


1,247 


454 


265 


42 


4,483 


South Carolina 


157 


2,240 


.5 


157 


541 


1,276 


525 


411 


125 


16 


2,066 


Tirelhla 


374 


6,562 


1.3 


371 


2,067 


3,626 


2,019 


557 


234 


48 


b,6se 


vest Virginia 


304 


3,467 


.7 


341 


1,017 


1,816 


986 


543 


183 


31 


3,081 


lusT srtrm owtrai, 


1,146 


16,038 


3,2 


1,275 


4,208 


9,444 


4,026 




820 


188 


16.831 


Alabana 


261 


3,00C 


.6 


274 


8(3 


2,059 


836 


406 


122 


27 


8,978 


Eantucky 


367 


5,230 


1.1 


433 


1,403 2,720 


1,332 


490 


305 


71 


4,624 


Ulaslaalppi 


196 


1,901 


.4 


227 


483 


1,266 


453 


358 


146 


30 


1,968 


ftnneaaaa 


322 


6,901 


1.1 


341 


1,459 


3,399 


1,406 


413 


248 


64 


6,667 


rgST 300TH CENTOAL 


8.967 


52.379 


6.6 


3.339 


8.734 


16.456 


8,480 




1.298 


254 


30.762 


Axkanaaa 


349 


3,140 


.6 


390 


724 


1,765 


699 


396 


127 


25 


2,924 


Loulalana 1/ 


310 


4,603 


.9 


343 


1,378 


2,647 


1,363 


5U 


UO 


83 


5,098 


oklahoaa y 


733 


6,eS2 


1.2 


845 


1,699 


3,052 


1,683 


638 


333 


76 


5,187 


Taxaa 


1,565 


18,784 


3.9 


1,761 


4,933 


8,998 


4,805 


534 


728 


12S 


17,483 


UODNUm 


2,312 


19,315 


4.1 


2,698 


5,818 


7,394 


4,868 




1,102 


350 


16,770 


Arizona 


187 


2,583 


.6 


191 


754 


994 


727 


731 


106 


87 


2,280 


Colorado 


707 


5, 429 


1.2 


821 


1,597 


2,350 


1,484 


631 


331 


U3 


4,986 


Idaho 1/ 


24a 


1,788 


.4 


278 


431 


576 


386 


670 


136 


46 


1,560 


Montana 


443 


3,016 


.6 


678 


719 


982 


660 


678 


198 


59 


2,449 


Havada 


132 


1,240 


.3 


148 


267 


274 


240 


876 


63 


27 


987 


Naw iMiloo 


182 


1,694 


.3 


206 


493 


865 


475 


549 


63 


18 


1,387 


Otah 1/ 


222 


2,134 


.4 


262 


614 


910 


571 


627 


127 


43 


2,006 


Wyoming 


197 


1,439 


.3 


226 


343 


443 


325 


734 


66 


18 


1,147 


pieinc 


4,678 


69,078 


12.0 


6,S4« 


17,086 


81,638 


15,920 




3,509 


1,1U 


66,689 


Califomla 


3,282 


44,903 


9.1 


3,792 


13,180 


16,007 


12,295 


748 


2,498 


888 


42,704 


Oragon 


484 


4,7TS 


1.0 


578 


1,383 


1,967 


1,231 


626 


307 


92 


4,676 


waahlngtoa 


912 


9,399 


1.9 


972 


8,583 


3,664 


2,394 


653 


704 


189 


9,409 


- ■, . 4*«*4«**. *i„ 1 W-* 1 _kj k . 

























^ InoIudM AtatlatlM for ttTT*na1 hotala, shloh arv not 

ahown aapAzataly la ordar to amid diaoloali^ baalnaaa 
. of ladlTldnal avtabUahinamta. 

2/ Doea not Include oonponaatlon of proprlatora. 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

, sS&SCaUL Hf T"-** E3tiBLISHUENT3, RBCEIFTSt BIFLCmCEIITt FIT ROIX* AND EZF5N3SS, BY SEDGIUHIIC DITISIONS 

AND 9CATE9 
(Reeelpta and par toU azpreasad la tkousands of dollara) 





ntUDbar 




iramlwr 


■Bmmiian ma pat boll 


Total 




















of 






of 




Pull- 


tljM amploTMa 


Part-tlm 


an^loyeee 


oparatlng 


DI7M1CW AM) OTAIB 


•stab- 




paroent 


pro- 


TDt»l 
pay loll 


























11 sh- 
osnta 


iDOQnt 


of 

totil 


prl«- 
toro 


AToz^a 

nuBber 


Pay roll 


&Tara«a 

annual 


ATaraea 

numbar 


pay roll 


( Inoludlng 
pay roll) 


















aamjj^a 






=/ 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


2,334 


% 22,237 


100.0 


2,968 


♦6,289 


8,320 


»4,996 


J600 


952 


»294 


»19,177 


TT ENGL.\M) 


473 


4.329 


19.4 


582 


1,066 


1.759 


997 




192 


68 


3.569 


Ooanectlcut 


36 


226 


1.0 


54 


61 


78 


49 


628 


16 


2 


165 


Mai 00 


210 


1,841 


8.3 


265 


423 


708 


376 


531 


115 


47 


1,426 


Massaahusatta 


102 


1,264 


5.7 


124 


328 


543 


319 


587 


31 


9 


1,122 


New Hampahlrs 


46 


275 


1.2 


52 


68 


101 


65 


644 


8 


3 


204 


Rhode Island 


25 


lee 


.6 


27 


51 


102 


47 


461 


7 


4 


203 


Vepmont 


54 


635 


2.4 


60 


144 


227 


141 


821 


16 


3 


439 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 


859 


7.630 


34.3 


1.133 


1.696 


2.624 


i,sia 




277 


78 


5,846 


'lav Jersor 


347 


3,247 


14.6 


469 


666 


1,165 


616 


529 


164 


39 


2,465 


•Jew York 


435 


3,598 


16.2 


662 


779 


1,162 


750 


646 


99 


29 


2,853 


PaonsylTania 


77 


785 


3.5 


102 


162 


297 


152 


5L8 


24 


10 


528 


EAST IIORTH CENIRAL 


316 


S.OOO 


9.0 


451 


520 


816 


476 




160 


44 


1.6B4 


minola 


18 


306 


1.4 


16 


83 


143 


82 


573 


6 


1 


305 


Indiana 


87 


167 


.8 


41 


39 


62 


38 


731 


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Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TABLE 4. H0TKI5 ^JIDMHSR AND FECEIFTS, BY SIZE OF ESTABLISIiEHT, FOR IHE WHSD STATES 

m GEOGHAIHIC DIVISIONS AM) STATES 



(Receipts expressed in thousands of dollars) 



DIVISION AM) STATE 



All Hotels 



Number Receipts 



Hotels having — 



500 guest rooms 
or more 



Number Receipts 



300 to 499 
guest rooms 



Number Receipts 



200 to 299 
guest rooms 



Number Receipts 



100 to 199 
guest rooms 



^JUmber Receipts 



50 to 99 
guest rooms 



Number Receipts 



less than 
50 guest rooms 



^'umber Receipts 



DHITED STATiS TOTAL 



HEW ENCXAND 



Connecticut >•• 

Uaine 

Uassacbusetts 
Not Hampshire 
Rhode Island < 
Vennont 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC 



New Jersey •• 
New York . . . . 
Pennsylvania 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 



Illinois . 
Indiana • • 
Uichlgan . 

Ohio 

Wisconsin 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL 



lOWB 

Kansas •••••• 

Minnesota ••• 
Missouri ..•. 
Nebraska . , . . 
North Dakota 
South Ibkota 

SOUTfi ATkJJTIC 



Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia •• 

Maryland *.•••.■•.... 

North Carolina 

South Carolina • 

Virginia 

V/est Virginia 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 



Alabama • • • • 
Kentucky . • « 
Mississippi 
Tennessee • • 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 



Arkansas • 
Loxiislana 
Oklaboma • 
Texas • ■ • • 



MOUNTAIN .... 

Arizona • • . 
Colorado > . 

Idaho 

Montana . . . 
Nevada . . . . 
New Mexiao 

Utah 

ITycming . . . 



PACIFIC 

California 
Oregon . . . . 
Washlngtcn 



?515,549 



4119,646 



344 



$80.105 



167,938 



1,871 



$87,087 



4,133 



t64,887 



22,410 



1,651 



260 
436 
524 
189 
75 
167 

4,942 



928 
2,373 
1,641 

4.691 



1,320 
541 

1,026 
922 
882 

5,973 



571 
605 
891 
941 
435 
297 
233 

2,885 



40 
77 
882 
377 
229 
392 
173 
408 
307 



1,194 



272 
378 
204 
340 

2,973 



356 

311 

734 

1,572 

2,393 



199 
750 
244 
450 
135 
188 
224 
803 

4,760 



3,342 
493 
925 



31,643 



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

139,255 



19,234 
91,074 
28,947 

113,750 



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 



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12,696 
10,884 
5,402 
4,842 
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 



4,806 



5,896 



1,222 



621 
3,772 



46,712 



2,633 



108 



25,404 



7 
7 

17 
1 

1 
1 

128 



1,847 
787 

2,690 

186 

165 

62 

17,307 



21 

20 

37 

3 

3 

10 

271 



1,274 

700 

2,229 

85 

34 

484 

15,251 



792 
1,337 
2,191 
607 
242 
727 

11,445 



192 
323 
362 
157 
56 
130 

3,828 



3,398 

38,238 

5,076 

43,255 



3,158 

17,589 

4,657 

14,498 



19 
90 
19 

123 



3,181 

10,861 

3,265 

12,303 



67 

141 

63 

374 



2,738 
8,099 
4,414 

17,831 



138 
272 
144 

700 



2,241 

5,653 
3,651 

11,025 



689 
1,746 
1,393 

3,569 



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 

204 



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 



928 

2,144 

4,858 

815 



10,524 



1,697 

1,258 

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 

399 



1,424 
1,195 
2,229 
1.904 
1.022 
419 
264 

6,873 



443 
522 
666 
722 
355 
257 
197 

2,185 



4,567 



732 



825 



475 

3,984 

1,539 

1,826 

974 

748 

978 



4,188 



1,779 

2,514 

657 

220 

1,208 
550 

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 
480 

2^072 



37 
26 
635 
306 
184 
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 



305 



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 



28 
101 
33 
59 
16 
12 
27 
19 

990 



544 
1,243 
515 
733 
578 
303 
373 
257 

11,096 



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 



686 
100 
206 



8,299 
1,101 
1,696 



2,234 
339 
606 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. AND HOTELS: 1933 

TAHtS 5. — HOTELS — ANALYSIS OF HBUEIFIS. BT CSOCRAHnc DIVTSIONS AND STATES, FOR: 
(Roaelpts Axpivsssd In thoasanAa of dollara) 



YKAP-RODND HOTEIS 



SEASONAL HOTEIS 









































ornsioB 

AHD 


Rumbar 






=leceipta 


rrom — 




Number 

of 
Eatab- 






Receipts 


from — 




Number 

of 
Satab- 






Rooelpta 


from — 




or 

Eatab- 


Becelpte 


^ 


^Ho of 


Sale of 


Other 


Receipts 


z/ 


2/ 


Sale of 


Other 


Bacelpta 


Z/ 


£/ 


Sale of 


Other 
Sources 


SUXB 


llab- 




Room 


Uarcb- 




lish- 




riocr 


S.-ae of 


Merch- 




llah- 




Rotm 


Sale of 


Merch- 




Bienta 




RentaLa 


Iteale 


andisa 




Donts 




Reotala 


Ueala 


andise 




moita 




Rentals 


Ueala 


andise 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


29.462 


»515.549 


J303.163 


S151.022 


415.424 


$45,940 


27.128 


$493,312 


1289,470 


$144,101 


*14,922 


$44,819 


2,334 


122,237 


lis, 693 


$6,921 


$902 


$1,121 


NEW ^ClAHD 


1.651 


31.643 


17.293 


11.563 


855 


1.932 


1.178 


27.314 


14.414 


10,293 


796 


1,811 


473 


4.32i. 


2.679 


1.270 


59 


121 


Connecticut 


260 


5,135 


2,717 


1,946 


143 


329 


224 


4.909 


2,562 


1,871 


139 


317 


36 


226 


135 


75 


4 


12 


Ualne 


436 


4,812 


3,417 


1,213 


53 


129 


226 


2,971 


2,002 


671 


42 


56 


210 


1,841 


1,415 


342 


11 


73 


Massachusetts 


524 


16,021 


8,188 


6,198 


459 


1,176 


422 


14,757 


7,457 


5,706 


439 


1,155 


102 


1,264 


731 


492 


20 


21 


New Rampshlr* 


189 


1,301 


1,009 


665 


34 


93 


143 


1,526 


823 


587 


29 


87 


46 


275 


186 


76 


5 


6 


flhodo laland 


75 


1,795 


899 


657 


89 


150 


50 


1,607 


735 


636 


88 


148 


25 


188 


164 


21 


1 


2 


Varmont 


167 


2,079 


1,063 


884 


77 


55 


113 


1.544 


815 


622 


59 


48 


54 


535 


246 


262 


18 


7 


MIDDLE ATLAWriC 


4.942 


139.255 


78.601 




4.664 


13.956 


4.083 


131.625 


74.023 


39.466 


4.514 


13.622 


859 


7.630 


4.578 


2.668 


150 


234 


New Jeraey 


928 


19,234 


11,546 


5,592 


685 


1,411 


561 


15,987 


9,434 


4,576 


636 


1,339 


347 


3,247 


2,112 


1,016 


47 


72 


New York 


2,373 


91 ,074 


54,055 


24,396 


2,105 


10,518 


1,938 


87,476 


51.787 


23,218 


2,042 


10,429 


435 


3,598 


2,268 


1,178 


63 


89 


PennaylTanla 


1.641 


28,947 


13,000 


12,146 


1,874 


1,927 


1.564 


28,162 


12,802 


11,672 


1,834 


1,854 


77 


785 


198 


474 


40 


73 


EAST ilORTH C^MTRaL 


4.691 


113.750 


65.711 




4.047 


12,120 


4.375 


111.750 


64.734 


31.157 


3.973 


11.886 


316 


2.000 


977 


715 


74 


234 


Ullnola 


1,320 


54,716 


33,531 


12,752 


1,380 


6,953 


1.302 


54,410 


33,444 


12,655 


1,378 


6,933 


18 


306 


187 


97 


2 


20 


Indiana 


541 


9,224 


5,004 


2,709 


745 


766 


514 


9,057 


4,996 


2,674 


737 


750 


27 


167 


108 


35 


6 


18 


Mlohifran 


1,026 


15,672 


8,599 


5,230 


461 


1,382 


904 


15,183 


8,353 


5,022 


453 


1.355 


122 


489 


246 


208 


8 


27 


Ohio 


922 


23,998 


13,078 


7.7''6 


573 


2.571 


906 


23,631 


12,985 


7,671 


562 


2,415 


16 


367 


93 


105 


11 


158 


tJiaconaln 


882 


10,140 


5,399 


3,405 


888 


448 


749 


9,469 


5,056 


3,135 


843 


435 


133 


671 


343 


270 


45 


IZ 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL 


3.973 


49.176 


28.599 


15.169 


1,933 


3.475 


3.918 


48.692 


28.392 


14.974 


1.899 


3.427 


55 


464 


207 


195 


34 


48 


Iowa 


571 


7,636 


4,469 


2,111 


478 


576 


567 


7,624 


4,466 


2,109 


471 


578 


4 


12 


3 


2 


7 


- 


Kansas 


605 


4,867 


2.904 


1,505 


255 


203 


605 


4,367 


2,904 


1,505 


255 


203 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Minnesota 


a9i 


12,610 


6,645 


4,292 


608 


665 


656 


12,350 


6,722 


4,194 


566 


848 


35 


260 


123 


98 


22 


17 


Missouri 


941 


15,438 


9,075 


4,752 


357 


1,254 


928 


15,247 


9,001 


4,669 


353 


1,224 


13 


191 


74 


83 


4 


30 


Nebraska 


435 


4,330 


2,895 


1,492 


68 


375 


435 


4,930 


2.895 


1,492 


68 


375 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


North Dakota 


297 


2,050 


1,225 


617 


108 


100 


297 


2,050 


1,225 


617 


108 


100 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


South Dakota 


233 


1,745 


1,186 


400 


59 


100 


230 


1,724 


1,179 


388 


58 


99 


3 


21 


7 


12 


1 


1 


SOOTH ATLANTIC 


2.885 


52.764 


31.045 


16.474 


1.022 


4.223 


2.481 


47.124 


27.266 


14.920 


965 


3.953 


404 


5.640 


3.779 


1,554 


37 


270 


Delaware 


40 


854 


313 


357 


95 


68 


34 


830 


299 


347 


96 


88 


6 


24 


14 


10 


- 




District of Columbia 


77 


12,696 


6,649 


4,379 


264 


1.404 


77 


12,e96 


6.649 


4,379 


264 


1,404 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Florida 


882 


10,834 


7, (-35 


2,521 


69 


659 


660 


7,169 


5,143 


1,467 


58 


501 


222 


3,715 


2,492 


1,054 


11 


156 


Ceorpla 


377 


5,402 


3,395 


1,533 


41 


433 


356 


5,172 


3,1S9 


1,518 


39 


426 


19 


230 


206 


15 


2 


7 


Maryland 


229 


4,242 


2,295 


1,465 


172 


310 


ifte 


3,969 


2,118 


1,373 


166 


310 


41 


273 


177 


92 


4 


_ 


North Carolina 


392 


S,759 


3,741 


1,666 


77 


275 


329 


5,019 


3.187 


1,518 


60 


254 


63 


740 


554 


148 


17 


21 


South Carolina 


173 


2,393 


1,491 


710 


36 


156 


157 


2,240 


1,389 


663 


36 


152 


16 


153 


102 


47 


- 


4 


Virginia 


408 


7,059 


3,560 


2.577 


201 


7a 


374 


6,502 


3,330 


2,392 


198 


642 


34 


497 


230 


185 


3 


79 


Heat Virginia 


307 


3,475 


1,966 


1,266 


6fl 


177 


304 


3,467 


1,902 


1.263 


66 


176 


3 


8 


4 


3 


- 


1 


EAST SCLITH CENTRAL 


1.194 


16.317 


10.015 


4.791 


281 


1.230 


1.146 


"16.036 


9.860 


4.667 


272 


1.219 


48 


279 


135 


124 


9 


11 


Alabama 


272 


3,039 


1,977 


843 


28 


191 


261 


3,U06 


1,955 


832 


28 


191 


11 


33 


22 


11 


- 


- 


Kentucky 


378 


5,281 


2,084 


1,658 


109 


430 


367 


5,230 


3,057 


1,643 


104 


426 


11 


51 


27 


15 


5 


4 


MlaslBslppi 


204 


2,025 


1,279 


564 


36 


146 


196 


1,901 


1,237 


487 


35 


142 


6 


124 


42 


77 


1 


4 


Tennesaea 


340 


5.972 


3,675 


1,726 


108 


463 


322 


5,901 


3,631 


1,705 


105 


460 


18 


71 


44 


21 


3 


3 


WEST ZOITTE COTRAL 


2.973 


32.415 


20.072 


6.849 


536 


2.958 


2.95t 


32.379 


20.046 


8.844 


535 


g g^ 


16 


36 


£6 


5 


1 


4 


Arkansas 


356 


3,163 


1,862 


1,072 


86 


143 


349 


3,140 


1.644 


1,071 


86 


139 


7 


23 


IB 


I 




4 


Louisiana 


3U 


4,603 


2,791 


1,355 


136 


321 


310 


4,603 


2,791 


1,355 


136 


321 


L/1 












Pklnhoma 


734 


5,852 


3,745 


1,606 


64 


437 


733 


S.852 


3,745 


1,606 


64 


-437 


v^ 












Texas 


1,572 


18,797 


11 ,674 


4,616 


250 


2,057 


1,565 


18,764 


11,666 


4,312 


249 


2,057 


-7 


13 


8 


4 


1 


- 


MOUNTAIN 


2.393 


20. 305 


12. 350 


5.023 


1.018 


1.414 


2.312 


19.515 


12.200 


4.839 


9es 


1.308 


ei 


990 


650 


1S5 


49 


106 


Arizona 


199 


3,040 


1,689 


808 


199 


344 


187 


2.585 


1.318 


744 


199 


324 


12 


455 


371 


64 




20 


Colorado 


750 


5,692 


3,792 


1,473 


64 


363 


707 


5,429 


3.647 


1.381 


57 


344 


43 


263 


145 


92 


7 


le 


Idaho 


244 


1,7B8 


1,177 


416 


73 


122 


242 


1,786 


1.177 


416 


73 


122 


V? 












Montana 


450 


3,038 


1,929 


712 


197 


200 


443 


';j,oi6 


1,922 


702 


192 


200 


22 


7 


10 


"5 


, 


NeTsde 


135 


1,337 


852 


196 


137 


152 


132 


1,240 


849 


179 


110 


102 


3 


97 


3 


17 


27 


50 


New Mexico 


lea 


1,703 


858 


614 


200 


31 


182 


1,694 


850 


613 


800 


31 


6 


9 


8 


1 






Utah 


224 


2,134 


1,422 


530 


42 


1^ 


222 


2,134 


1,422 


530 


42 


140 


1/2 












Tfyomlng 


203 


1,573 


1,131 


274 


106 


62 


197 


1,429 


1.015 


273 


96 


45 


~ 6 


144 


116 


1 


10 


17 


PAOIFIO 


4.760 


59.924 


38.977 


15.147 


1.068 


4.732 


4.678 


59.U75 


38.515 


14.942 


979 


4.639 


82 


849 


462 


205 


89 


93 


California 


3,542 


45,674 


29,907 


11,202 


704 


3.961 


3,282 


44.903 


29,481 


11,023 


629 


3.770 


60 


771 


426 


179 


75 


91 


Ureeon 


493 


4,784 


3,183 


1,330 


59 


212 


484 


4,773 


3.176 


1,328 


59 


210 


9 


11 


7 


2 




2 


WasMnpton 


925 


9,468 


5,687 


2,615 


305 


659 


912 


9,399 


5,856 


2,591 


291 


659 


13 


67 


29 


24 


14 


- 



1/ Statlatloa lAoluded in r«ar-round hot«le. 

2/ ABwrican plan and Ulxed plan (American and Snropefls) hotels were not 
always abls to ahown meal aales separately. Soon rentals az« tbar*- 
fbn OTsratated, and sale of meals understated to some extent. 



Census of 
American 
Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933 

TABLE S . — EOTEl£ — miUBER OF BSIABLlSIillSnS, RSCKIFIS, AND E3a>B4SES, FOR CHAIIE 
AND irnjKPENDHJIS, BY GEOOUPHIC DIV1SI0^B AlCl STaTJS. 

{Receipts and expenses eipresaed in thousands of dollars) 





Number 
of 

Eatab- 
11 sh- 
^isnts 


Total 
Receipts 


T5tal 
Operating 

Expenses 
(Including 

payroll) 


Independents 


^'^'^"^^^ 


Oiai 


ns 




DIVISION tSD STATE 


Number 
of 

Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Racelpta 




Operating 

Erpenaes 

(Including 

payroll) 


Number 
of 

Estab- 
11 Bh- 

mATit.fl 


Receipts 


a-PD 

CJ+30 

U V 

Pi oh 


OpW^tlng 

Expenses 

(Including 

payroll) 


UNITED STATES TOTAL 


29,462 


$515,549 


$487,703 


28,795 


$463,002 


90 


$438,016 


667 


552,547 


10 


$55,687 


SSS mCSJiSD 


1,651 


31,543 


29,393 


1,627 


28,083 


89 




25,819 


24 


3,560 


11 


3,574 


Cannactlcut 


260 


5,135 


4,728 


255 


4,584 


89 


4,228 


6 


551 


11 


500 


Ualne 


436 


4,812 


4,021 


431 


4,572 


95 


3,843 


5 


240 


5 


178 


Uassacliusetts 


524 


16,021 


15,650 


516 


13,357 


83 


12,827 


8 


2,664 


17 


2,823 


New Hampelilre 


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 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 


4,942 


139,255 


138,958 


4,848 


124,667 


90 


120,501 


94 


14,588 


10 


18,457 


Hew Jersey 


928 


19,234 


17,059 


924 


18,427 


96 


16,352 


4 


807 


4 


707 


New Tork 


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 


•2,621 


9 


3,561 


EAST NORTE CENTRAL 


4,691 


113,750 


104,929 


4,582 


104,806 


92 


96,455 


109 


8,944 


8 


8,474 


ininoia 


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 


837 


8,776 


95 


7,832 


4 


448 


5 


458 


Ulchigm 


1,026 


15,672 


16,096 


996 


14,220 


91 


14,600 


30 


1,452 


9 


1,596 


Ohio 


922 


23,998 


24,674 


897 


22,456 


94 


22,929 


25 


1,542 


6 


1,745 


Wisccnain 


882 


10,140 


8,494 


877 


9,361 


92 


7,500 


5 


779 


8 


994 


DBST NORTH CHJTRAL 


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 


Eansaa 


605 


4,867 


4,099 


586 


4,179 


86 


3,536 


19 


688 


14 


553 


Mlnneso ta 


891 


12,610 


10,685 


862 


11,587 


92 


9,682 


29 


1,023 


8 


1,003 


Ulssourl 


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 


1,697 


294 


1,890 


92 


1,459 


3 


160 


8 


138 


South EWcota 


233 


1,745 


1,633 


230 


1,557 


89 


1,312 


3 


, 188 


11 


221 


SOUTH ATLAIKIO 


8,885 


52,764 


48,686 


2,822 


47,939 


91 


43,360 


53 


4,825 


9 


5,326 


Delaware 


40 


854 


689 


' ' 

40 


854 


100 


689 


. 


. 


. 


^ 


District of Columbia 


77 


12,696 


11,045 


70 


12,395 


98 


10,767 


7 


301 


2 


878 


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 


865 


16 


894 


Maryland 


229 


4,242 


3,710 


228 


4,216 


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 SOtfTH CENTRAL 


1,194 


16,317 


15,519 


1,184 


14,651 


90 


13,871 


10 


1,666 


10 


1,648 


Alahamn 


272 


3,039 


2,997 


270 


2,451 


81 


2,275 


2 


588 


19 


722 


Ktetud!? 


378 


5,281 


4,665 


375 


5,198 


98 


4,581 


3 


83 


2 


84 


Ulsaisaippl 


204 


2,025 


2,135 


203 


2,014 


99 


2,120 


1 


U 


1 


15 


Taimasaee 


340 


5,972 


5,722 


336 


4,988 


84 


4,895 


4 


984 


15 


827 


ITET SOUTH CEWTRAL 


2,973 


32,415 


30,797 


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 


4,696 


2 


202 


4 


202 


Oklahcna 


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 


ia,567 


29 


2,031 


11 


1,904 


MCnNTAIH 


2,393 


20,305 


i7,9S« 


2,358 


18,617 


92 


16,S95 


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 


5,256 


740 


5,547 


97 


5,078 


10 


145 


3 


178 


Idaho 


244 


1,788 


l.MO 


243 


1,774 


99 


1,547 


1 


14 


1 


13 


Montana 


450 


3,038 


2,457 


446 


3,023 


100 


2,4,1 


4 


15 


- 


16 


Nerada 


135 


1,337 


1,090 


135 


1,337 


100 


1,090 


- 


- 


- 


- 


New Usxlco 


188 


1,703 


1,337 


179 


949 


56 


835 


9 


754 


44 


508 


Otah 


224 


2,134 


2,035 


221 


2,029 


95 


1,853 


3 


105 


5 


188 




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 


6,166 


10 


5,774 


California 


3,342 


45,674 


43,299 


3,184 


39,976 


88 


38,070 


158 


5,598 


12 


5,829 


Oregm 


493 


4,784 


4,591 


492 


4,748 


99 


4,508 


1 


36 


1 


83 


■ashingtoD 


925 


9,466 


9,455 


916 


9,034 


95 


8,993 


9 


432 


5 


468 



























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Business 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS, PLACES OF AMUSEMENT, AND HOTELS: 1933. 
UBU tk.—aESXBAL aciTiaTics or fliiflrmi aotsi^ hitihq ss cusst aooie ob un, 

BT OBOOaUSIC DlVISIOie JkHD 8T1TES: 1035-1920 
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81,577 


1,490 


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3,699 


19.247 


3,045 


3,324 


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2,249 


1S8,93« 


2,777 


76,562 


9,883 


55,818 


10,064 


14,999 


18,814 


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440 


307 


16 


88 


294 


158 


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451 


241 


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39 


609 


107 


513 


143 


125 


159 


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56 


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34 


216 


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47 


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77 


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671 


26 


145 


1 


166 


10 


4 


32 


19» 


35 


2,245 


48 


1,266 


58 


1,113 


148 


23 


261 


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1933 


155 


13,436 


141 


3,584 


1,223 


127 


388 


1,477 


882 


19S9 


217 


19,792 


194 


13,935 


4,460 


168 


846 


8,531 


t,SO« 


Qaorsla; 




















1933 


9 


917 


1 


201 


228 


58 


36 


64 


56 


1929 


1! 


1,500 


9 


945 


422 


126 


16 


543 


201 


Indlme: 




















1933 


9 


520 


12 


108 


I 


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1 


1 


1* 


1929 


16 


1,213 


£4 


442 


24 


974 


72 


49 


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1933 


7 


347 


5 


36 


8 


?1 


IS 


IS 


14 


1929 


3 


117 


4 


32 


1 


36 


1 


- 


8 


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1933 


137 


7,844 


146 


1,615 


56 


2,663 


2X5 


34 


397 


1929 


162 


10,509 


£08 


4,853 


65 


5,625 


463 


45 


936 


UuTlsnd: 




















1933 


3D 


1,406 


37 


298 


10 


429 


22 


2 


(0 


1929 


19 


959 


29 


316 


17 


375 


59 


9 


S3 


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1933 


55 


3,533 


62 


1,088 


51 


1,443 


360 


111 


298 


1929 


139 


9, US 


159 


5,084 


153 


5,031 


1,154 


60 


1,158 


Ulchl^n: 




















1933 


45 


2,497 


41 


386 


35 


740 


38 


22 


90 


1929 


97 


5,558 


137 


2,034 


75 


2,22* 


233 


49 


484 


Hluusota: 




















1933 


n 


1,115 


IS 


206 


21 


305 


24 


U 


48 


1929 


ST 


2,021 


57 


764 


IB 


830 


32 


. 


180 


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1933 


24 


1,163 


26 


288 


3 


313 


88 


4 


61 


1929 


lis 


8,203 


136 


4,199 


147 


5,175 


1,080 


61 


960 


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1933 


231 


14,546 


313 


8,793 


491 


3,238 


225 


597 


986 


1929 


476 


28,520 


607 


11,123 


895 


9,201 


1,329 


742 


2,120 


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1933 


216 


U,614 


267 


3,056 


97 


3,918 


413 


4S 


693 


1929 


360 


25,752 


475 


12,586 


709 


11,884 


1,691 


401 


1,784 


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1933 


36 


2,363 


36 


687 


365 


546 


SS 


266 


147 


1929 


48 


3,161 


61 


1,US 


307 


801 


150 


237 


US 


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7 


1,233 


* 


111 


17 


169 


16 


U 


8 


1929 


U 


2,445 


17 


476 


17 


397 


a 


349 


128 


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38 


2,037 


43 


676 


U2 


738 


269 


19 


143 


1929 


n 


6,084 


107 


2,620 


887 


2,374 


626 


169 


612 


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U 


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- 


367 


9 


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44 


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52 


868 


1 


1,181 


U 


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198 


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613 


B 


IS* 


87 


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1* 


56 


16 


192* 


13 


1.0M 


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84S 


317 


155 


2ST 


376 


118 


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14 


138 


SO 


6 


18 


19» 
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a 


467 


14 


170 


51 


138 


61 


2 


3t 


23 


1,5*2 


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488 


15 


646 


214 


10 


187 


1929 


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2,221 


42 


1.148 


48 


1.140 


424 


36 


2S0 


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1,601 


23 


448 


142 


34* 


184 


17 


107 


1929 


27 


l,*tt 


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9S1 


43 


540 


71 


9 


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74 


12 


130 


192* 


98 


6,8(8 


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1.888 


164 


1.737 


281 


97 


433 


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s* 


6» 


234 


6B 


IBS 


107 


818 


1929 


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10,001 


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4,417 


520 


2,741 


1,380 


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