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MOUNTAIN AND PACIFIC STATES 
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION 



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Daaiel C. Hopcr, Secretary' 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 
WilUaa L. Aastia. Director 



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CENSUS OF AMERICAN BUSINESS: 1933 



A CIVIL WORKS ADMINIOTRATION PROJECT 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION 



VOLUME VII 



MOUNTAIN AND PACIFIC STATES 







MAY, 1935 



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U. 5. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 

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BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

William L. Austin, Director 

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This is one of a series of volumes presenting the findings of 
the 1933 Census of American Business. The statistics were collected 
in 1934 by a field canvass of wholesale establishments in every 
State, city, and county in the United States, with funds provided 
by the Federal Civil Works Administration. They cOver the oper- 
ations of wholesale establishments during the year 1933. 

The volumes were prepared under the supervision of Fred A. 
Gosnell, Chief Statistician for the Census of American Business, 
by Theodore N. Beckman, in Charge of Wholesale Distribution, assist- 
ed by John Albright, Administrative Assistant. 



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WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 



PLAN OF PRESENTATION 



Volume I. — Contains detailed statistics for the United States, 
together with brief summaries by States, cities, 
and counties. It also contains a description of 
the wholesale census, explanations of terms, class- 
ifications and tables, and an analysis of wholesale 
trade for 1933 as compared with 1929. 

Volume II. — New England States (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, 
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut). 

Volume III. — Middle Atlantic States (New York, New Jersey, and 
Pennsylvania), . 

Volume IV. — Southeastern States (Delaware, Maryland, District 
of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia, North Caro- 
lina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, 
Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi) . 

Volume V. — East North Central States (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, 
Michigan, and Wisconsin) . 

Volume VI. — West Central States (Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, 
North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, 
Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas) . 

Volume VII. — Mountain and Pacific States (Montana, Idaho, Wyo- 
ming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, 
Washington, Oregon, and California. 



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CONTENTS 



DESCRIPTION OF TABULAR MATERIAL 



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Introduction 1 

Wholesale Trade, by Type of Organization (Table 1) 1 

Wholesale Trade, by Kind of Business (Tables 2A and 23) 2 

Sources of Receipts (Table 3) 3 

Credit Business of Wholesale Establishments (Table 4) 3 

Distribution of Sales (Table 5) 4 

Employment in Wholesale Trade (Table 6) 5 

Wholesale Trade by Size of Business Unit (Table 7) 5 

Uses of Wholesale Trade Data 6 



TABLES FOR INDIVIDUAL STATES 



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Montana 7 

Idaho 17 

Wyoming 26 

Colorado 34 

New Mexico 50 

Arizona 59 

Utah 68 

Nevada 80 

Washington 88 

Oregon 109 

California 122 



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WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 



In this report are presented statistics on wholesale trade for 
the year 1933. Data are shown both by type of establishment and by kind 
of business so as to set forth the essential characteristics of the whole- 
sale business of the area covered by this volume. For a description of 
the Wholesale Census, for definitions, explanations of terms, classifi- 
cations, and United States Summary tablos, and for an analysis of whole- 
sale trade, see Volume I. 

For census purposes a wholesale establishment is a place of 
business, the primary function of which is to sell or distribute goods on 
a wholesale basis. It may be in the form of a store, a wholesale ware- 
house, a sales or brokerage office, or part of an office as when the 
office is shared with other similar organizations. Sales at wholesale 
may be made to retailers, to institutions, to industrial consumers or to 
other wholesale organizations. No merchandising establishment has been 
classified as "wholesale" unless fifty percent or more of its sales were 
made in a wholesale manner or on a wholesale basis. 

The Wholesale Census was taken on the basis of establishments 
rather than companies or firms in order to facilitate the canvass and to 
make it possible to present data by geographic areas. A separate report 
was required for each establishment regardless of whether or not it was 
owned or operated as a part of a large business organization. Wholesale 
peddlers and others who sell goods at wholesale but v/ho maintain no 
regularly established places of business were not included in this census. 

WHOLESALE TRADE, BY TYPE OF ORGANIZATION. —In presenting the 
data for the States and for the United States as a whole, wholesale 
establishments have been divided into six groups, some of which have been 
further subdivided, according to the type of establishment or the nature 
of the functions performed. 

The first of the six functional type groups for which data are 
shown is called "wholesalers proper" and consists of more or less regular 
wholesalers in domestic and foreign trade who take title to the goods 
they buy and sell and are largely independent in ownership. The second 
division comprises "manufacturers' sales branches," consisting of whole- 
sale outlets owned by manufacturers largoly for the disposal of their own 



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goods. The third type, "bulk tank stations," consists of establishments 
performing wholesale functions in the distribution of gasoline, oil and 
other petroleum products. While primarily distributing their products to 
retail stations, they also sell goods at wholesale to tank wagons and to 
industrial users. The fourth type, "chain store warehouses," are distri- 
bution stations maintained by retail chains to supply their stores with 
merchandise. They carry on wholesale operations in addition to ware- 
housing in that they break bulk, deliver and bill merchandise, and in 
some cases exercise supervision over a chain of stores. Wholesale 
commissaries, prepared-food depots which serve their own restaurants, 
and distribution centers for bakery chains are also included in this 
group. 

The fifth division is called "assemblers and country buyers." 
Their principal operation is the purchase and assembly of farm products 
such as grain, cotton, tobacco and other forms of farm produce. This 
group also includes cooperative marketing associations; packers and 
shippers; cream stations; and independent, line, and cooperative elevators 
as differentiated from terminal elevators. The sixth and last group is 
called "agents and brokers," and includes auction companies, brokers, 
commission merchants, export and import agents, manufacturers' agents, 
selling agents, resident buyers, etc. 

For each of the six type groups of wholesale establishments and 
for some of the subdivisions thereof data are shown in Table 1 on the 
number of establishments, both for 1933 and 1929; net sales, for 1933 and 
1929; total expenses, expressed both in amounts and as a percent of net 
sales; the average number of full-time employees, pay roll for all 
employees and for part-time employees; and stocks on hand at the end of 
the year. This information is presented for each of the States and for 
each of the cities of 100,000 population and over. 

WHOLESALE TRADE, BY KIND OF BUSINESS.— In addition to being 
classified according to functional type, each establishment was also 
classified by kind of business, on the basis of the chief line or lines 
of merchandise in which it dealt. Follov/ing this basis of classification, 
wholesale establishments were divided into twenty-five major kind-of- 
business groups, which were further subdivided into 166 detailed kind of 
business classifications according to the degree of merchandise specializ- 
ation. A complete explanation of this method of classification is given 
in Volume I . 

Important as it is to have information for each kind of busi- 
ness or line of trade in detail, it is even more significant to have such 
data presented separately for each type of wholesaling organization. In 
that manner the accomplishments of a wholesaler in a given line of busi- 
ness may be compared with the accomplishments of all wholesalers operating 
therein, while the achievements of a m anufacturer' s sales branch can be 

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compared with those of manufacturers' sales branches in the same line of 
trade. Such comparisons are of special interest to individual business 
enterprises and to the student of marketing. 

Basic statistics on wholesale trade for types of establishments 
by kind of business are shown in two tables. Table 2A presents for each 
State and for a limited number of selected cities, the number of whole- 
sale establishments by kind of business, in detail, for each of nineteen 
functional types of wholesale organizations. This table may be regarded 
as a supplement to Table 2B which shows for each of the States and for 
cities of 5,000 population and over, the number of establishments; net 
sales; total expenses, expressed in amounts and as a percent of net sales; 
the average number of full-time employees; pay roll, total and part-time; 
and stocks on hand. This information is shown for as many kinds of busi- 
ness, under each type, as possible without disclosing data for individual 
establishments. More complete information on the number of establishments 
by type and kind of business in detail is to be found in table 2k, 
described above. 

SOURCES OF RECEIPTS. — In addition to dealing in merchandise, 
many v/holesale establishments derive a certain amount of income from the 
sale of services and from other sources. Table 3 has been devised in 
order to measure quantitatively the volume of business secured through 
the sale of goods and that obtained from other sources. This table is 
presented for States only, by kind-of-business groups, and shows the 
number of establishments in a given group; total net sales, a terra used 
throughout as interchangeable with receipts; total expenses, expressed 
in amounts and as a percent of sales; and receipts. The last item is 
broken down according to sources into sales of merchandise; receipts 
from parking, storage, cleaning, etc.; receipts from space rental; and 
receipts from other sources. 

CREDIT BUSINESS OF WHOLESALE ESTABLISHMENTS. — The extent to 
which wholesale establishments engaged in selling on a credit basis is 
shown in Table 4. This information is presented for States only, by 
kind-of-business groups, separately for v/holesalers proper and for all 
other types combined. It indicates the degree to which wholesale estab- 
lishments perform the functions of financing business by extending credit 
to retailers, industrial consumers, and to other wholesale organizations 
to which they sell. Since some of the wholesale establishments did not 
operate on a credit basis and others failed to report on this item, data 
related to credit sales are presented in Table 4 only for those establish- 
ments for which the credit information was available. It shows the 
number of establishments reporting credit and the percent which that 
number constituted of the total for the kind of business under consider- 
ation. The same procedure is followed in connection with net sales. 

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In the following columns credit sales are given in amounts and as a per- 
cent of sales of establishments reporting credit sales and as a percent 
of sales of all establishments in a given group. The table also shows 
total expenses incurred by establishments operating on a credit basis. 
These expenses are given in amounts and as a percent of sales so that 
comparison may be made between the costs of doing business of establish- 
ments selling on credit with the costs incurred by those establishments 
which presumably do not operate on a crjdit basis, if it can be assumed 
that all or most of the establishments not reporting credit sales sold 
for cash. 

DISTRIBUTION OF SALES.— A common conception is that wholesalers 
sell only to retailers and that wholesalers are the only type of organiz- 
ation operating in the wholesale field. That this is far from the truth 
is indicated by the figures shown in Table 5. The statistics therein are 
presented for States only, by 25 kinds of business, separately for whole- 
salers proper and for all other types combined. It shows that wholesale 
establishments sell to retailers, to industrial consumers, to ultimate 
or home consumers, and to other wholesale organizations. Naturally, 
there is considerable variation in the extent to which different types 
of wholesale establishments make use of these outlets and the degree to 
which they are used in the different kinds of business. 

Here, too, not all of the establishments reported the distri- 
bution of their sales, partly because of inadequate records at the time 
the census was taken. The table shows for each type and kind-of-business 
group the number, net sales, and total expenses of all establishments, 
and then presents statistics for those establishments that reported a 
distribution of sales by outlets. For these establishments it shows the 
number and the percent which such number constitutes of the total for 
the group under consideration. Similar treatment is given to the net 
sales of establishments which reported their sales by type of customers. 
This is followed by total expenses for such establishments, expressed both 
in amounts and as a percent of sales. Total sales are then distributed 
into the following groups: sales to retailers (for resale); sales to home 
consumers (at retail); sales to industrial users, including institutions; 
and sales to other wholesale organizations. From these data it should 
be possible, among other things, to determine the amount of duplication 
in the total wholesale sales figures, due to the fact that some wholesale 
establishments sell to other wholesale organizations. 



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EMPLOYMENT IN WHOLESALE TRADE.— The significance of wholesale 
trade as a source of employment is indicated in Table 6. In this table 
the number of proprietors and firm members and the number of paid employ- 
ees, divided into male and female and into full-time and part-time, are 
shown for each of the 25 major kind-of-business groups. The estimate by 
sex is based on the sex distribution reported for the total number of 
employees as of December 30, 1933; the percent of women shown separately 
relates to the same date. The table also presents the number of full- 
time and part-time employees as of the 15th of each month for each kind- 
of-business group, and a monthly index of employment for wholesale trade 
as a whole. This information is presented for each of the States and for 
cities of 500,000 population and over. 

Employment is the only item in the wholesale trade statistics 
which is presented on a monthly basis. It affords indirect indication 
of the extent of seasonal change in wholesale activity, quite marked in 
certain lines of trade. A comparison of monthly figures for 1933 with 
quarterly data for 1929 suggests the extent of non-seasonal improvement 
in employment conditions in the course of 1933. Part-time employment in 
wholesale trade, information on which was gathered for the first time for 
1933, appears to be much less important in this field than in retail 
trade; it attains significant proportions in only a few kinds of business. 

WHOLESALE TRADE BY SIZE OF BUSINESS UNIT.— Table 7 presents the 
number of establishments, the annual average number of full-time employ- 
ees, and the operating expense ratio of wholesale merchants and of manu- 
facturers' sales branches with stocks*, by size-of-establishment groups, 
based upon net sales. Establishments have been classified into 7 size 
groups, as follows: 

Group number Net sales 

I Under $10,000 

II $10,000 to $49,999 

III $50,000 to $99,999 

IV $100,000 to $199,999 

V $200,000 to $499,999 

VI $500,000 to $999,999 

VII $1,000,000 and over 



*For definition of wholesale merchants and manufacturers' sales branches 
with stocks, see Volume I. 

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This information is given by States for each of the 25 kinds 
of business. The table permits a comparison by lines of trade of whole- 
sale merchants (including importers) with manufacturers' sales branches 
with stocks, two types of wholesale operations which, for the most part, 
compete in the same market, v/arehouse "^oods and make deliveries from 
stocks. Comparison is also possible of small and large-sized establish- 
ments in a given trade as to operating costs. It shows to what extent 
each size group furnishes employment in wholesale trade. It further 
indicates the differences existing between trade groups and between whole- 
sale merchants and manufacturers' sales branches with stocks as to average 
size of establishment, as to distribution of establishments by size, and 
as to operating costs. 

A FEW SUGGESTED USES OF THE DATA IN THESE REPORTS. —The statis- 
tics presented in these reports on wholesale trade should prove of 
considerable value to individual business men, public authorities and 
independent students. The breakdown by type of operation, line of trade, 
and geographic areas should enable the wholesaler to compare his accom- 
plishments with those of others operating on a similar basis in the same 
market area. For the manufacturer planning a sales campaign the fi ures 
should make possible an allocation of sales quotas and territories to 
salesmen. The formulation of policies by public authorities should be 
facilitated by information on the amount and nature of business done in 
each locality, the employment it furnishes, and the income it distributes. 
The quantitative description of the marketing wholesale structure and c f 
the changes in it in the course of the memorable years, 1930 - 1933, found 
in the Census volume, should serve as basic material to the analytical 
student of Ame.ican economic life. 

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"-" WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American Table" 1 . —STATE OF MOWAHA SUMMARY OF WHOLESALE TRADE, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

Business 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thoaaands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included.in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Number of 
Establish- 
ments 


Net Sales 




Full- 
time 
employees 
(average) 


Pay Roll 


Stocks 

on 

hand 
(end 

of 
year) 


State and City 
Type of Estabubhment 




Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 
1,242 


1929 


1933 


1929 


Amoimt 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 




1933 


1929 


IHS STATS 


1,249 


79,441 


158,546 


10,172 


12.8 


9.1 


3,312 


4,900 


6.2 


247 


12,499 


Wholesalers proper 


254 


268 


35,630 


60,664 


5,721 


16.1 


12.7 


1,760 


2,673 


7.6 


165 


7.2U 


Wholesale merchants 

limited fanotloE iholesalare 


260 

4 

54 


263 
66 


35,686 
44 

4.830 


60,504 
20.431 


5,712 
9 

1,076 


le.l 
20.6 

22.3 


12.7 
9.6 


1,767 
3 

300 


2,672 
1 

512 


7.5 
2.3 

1C.6 


166 
14 


7,220 

4 

1.427 


nth stookB 
Without stocks 

Accents and hrokers 


51 

3 

26 


36 


4,186 

644 

5.966 


13.718 


1,041 
35 

164 


24.9 

E.4 

3.1 


4.4 


291 

9 

40 


495 
17 

77 


11.8 

2.C 

1.3 


14 
2 


1,427 
20 


Bro}cer9 

COBBiiasion iDsrchButs 
Iflanufaoturera' agents 
SelHut agar.ts 
Other agents 

All other types 


11 
7 

7 

1 

908 


14 

8 
11 

1 

831 


3.154 
1,459 

tx) 

(X) 

33,025 


7,059 

4,323 

(X) 

(XI 

(X) 

63,812 


99 
24 

(X) 

(X) 

3,191 


3.1 
1.6 

(X) 

(X) 

9.7 


2.4 
3.6 

(XI 

(X) 

(X) 

6.4 


21 
4 
(X) 
(X) 

1.2L2 


48 
6 
(XI 
(XI 

1.638 


1.6 
0.4 
(XI 
(X) 

6.0 


- 

1 

(X) 

(X) 

66 


1 
4 

(X) 

(XI 

3,526 


aulk tani atatlcns 
Chain store varehouaes 
Assanblers ani country buyers 
Cooperative marketing 

associations 
Cream stations 1/ 
filSTators 2/ 
Other typse 


431 

3 

43 

11 

4 

416 


318 

6 

66 

23 

476 

1 


11,612 
5,651 
1,680 

660 

36 

13,397 


11,844 
(X) 

6,676 

1,066 

44,775 
(XI 


i,ar.i 

87 
221 

43 

2 

967 


16.2 

1.6 

13.2 

6.6 
6.7 
7.1 


14.6 
{XI 

6.0 

7.6 

4.2 
(XI 


713 
23 
51 

14 

1 
410 


970 
48 
60 

21 

1 

518 


8.4 
0.6 
4.8 

3.2 
2.9 
3.9 


26 

6 

IS 

2 

19 


1,283 
124 
132 

41 

2,246 


\/ Cream stations njre not inclndec 
2/ iDclodes 37 oooptratire olsTatoi 


for th( 
s with I 


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at salei 


rt In 1959 < 
amounting ' 


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WHOLESALE DBTRIHTTION: 1933 
laSIX 2A. - STATE OF H)RTAKA FIDMBER OF WHOLESALE SST4BLISHMENTS. BT TYPE AND KIND OF iflJUlHStSS 

FOR STSTSS AND SKLECTED CTTIES 



Kind of Business 


Total 


Si 


S 

.'.8 

o 


All other 
types 1/ 


Kind of Bosinsss 


Total 


a a 

II 


5 

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3l 


Total 


i.a«B 


250 


51 


941 


Groceries and foods (eicept farm products)(c< 
rish and sea foods 
Heats and meat products 
Other food and grocery apecialtles 

HSrdware 

Hardware (general line) 
Hardware (specialty lines) 

Jewelry and optical goods (optical goods) 

Lumber and building materiela (other thanKta 
Lumber and mlllwork 
Glass 
All other 

Ifechlnery, equipment and suppliee (except 
electrical) 
Conmsrclal machinery, eqp*t. and supplies 
Construction machinery, eqp' t. en] auppUes 
Farm and dairy machinery and equipment 

Industrial machinery, eqp't. and supplies 
Bottles and bottling equipment 
Mill and mine supplies (general line) 
All other 

Professional equifBnant and supplies 

Service equljaiient and supplies 
Barber and beauty parlor 
All other 

■totals (except scrap) 
Paper and its products 
Petroleum and its produats 

Plumbing and heating eqp't. and supplies 
Pipe, valTBs and fittings 
Stores and ranges 
All other 

Tobacco and its products (except leaf) 
Waste materials (Junk and scrap) (general line 

All other products 
Bsep 
Leather 

newspapers and magazines 
Wines and splritous liquors 
Miscellaneous kinds of business 


mtlnu 

1 

13 

52 

9 


.d) 

1 

10 
9 


3 
19 




^nuseiDBnt and sporting goods 


4 


3 


. 


1 


- 


MoTing plctvire films 
JportlBg goods (general line) 
Toys, noTelties, and ftrevorks 


1 
1 
1 
1 

S3 


1 
1 

1 

21 


1 


1 
1 


8 


All other 
AutomotlTO products 


8 

1 

4 


S 

1 

3 


1 


" 


Automobiles and other motor Tehloles 


1 
18 

4 

4 


1 

17 

3 

S 


1 
1 


1 
1 


• 


AutomotlTe eqp't., accessories and parts 
Tires and tubes 


1)9 


8 


. 


1 


CnemicBls (paints and Tarnishes) 


4 
3 
2 

40 


4 
3 

1 

20 


18 


- 


Coal 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


Drugs and drug sundries 


4 


4 








Qrugs (general line) 


I 

6 


3 
1 

5 


2 


1 


2 


Drugs (specialty lines) 
Qectrlcal goods 


5 

5 

9 

14 
2 
6 
6 

4 

3 
2 

1 

1 


1 
2 
2 

9 
2 

4 
3 

4 

2 

1 
1 


3 
3 
7 

5 

2 

3 

1 


1 


Electrical appliances, eqp't. and supplies 
Radios and radio equipment 
Refrigerators 

Farm-producta-raw materials 


e 

1 
1 

454 


3 

1 
1 

8 


2 


1 
446 


- 


Grain 

Hides, slcins, and furs (raw) 

Livestock 

Wool and mohair 

All other 

Farm producta-consumar goods 


428 

19 

3 

1 
3 

78 


S 

1 

2 

37 


2 


423 

19 

2 

1 

1 

33 


1 
1 


Dairy predicts (general line) 


7 
3 

2 

9 

7 

18 

26 

9 


7 

2 
3 

2 

4 
19 

6 


2 


\ 

6 

5 

12 

7 

3 


. 


Butter 


2 


2 


. 


- 


Cheese 


452 


17 


- 


43S 


llilk and cream 

Poultry and poultry proAiets 


6 


. 


2 


4 


Dairy and poultry products 
Fruits and vegetables (freah) 

Farm supplies 


2 

1 
3 

10 


9 


2 


1 
3 


Feed 


2 
7 

lnfis)l 


2 

4 


_ 
1 


3 


1 


Seeds 


s 


5 


- 


- 


Fnmltore and bouse furnishings (house furnish 


19 


18 




1 


General merchandise 


1 


1 


- 


- 


11 
2 
2 
1 
3 


10 
2 
2 

1 
3 


- 


1 


Groceries and foods (except fam products) 


104 


71 


22 


11 


- 


Groceries (general line) 
Confectionery and soft drinks 


29 
9 


27 
8 


_ 


2 

1 


. 



1/ The 941 "All other typea" couaiste of the following: 



Limited fxinction wholeaalera 4 

Milk and craam 1 

Confectionery ^d aoft drinka 1 

Other food and grocery apeclaltlea 1 

Bear 1 

Manufacturer a* sales hranchea-wlthout atad£s3 

Moving picture fllma 1 
CotamBTclal machinery, eqp*t. 4: supplier 1 

Tobacco and ita producta {except leaf) 1 

Brokers 11 

Fruits and vegetables (freah) 5 

Other food and grocery specloltiea 6 

Cononission merchanta 7 

Tlrea and tubes 1 

Grain 3 

LiTeetock 1 

petroleum and its products Z 

Manufacturers* agents 7 

Paints and varnishes 1 



. Manufacturers' agents (continued) 

Electrical appliances, equipmeait and 

supplies 1 

Other food and grocery specialties 1 

Other lumber and building materials 1 

Barber and beauty parlor 1 

Stoves and ranges 1 

Other plumbing and heating eqp't. 1 
Selling agents (other plumbing and 

beating equipment and supplies 1 

Bulk tank stations (petrolexim) 431 

Chain store warehouses 3 

GrocerleE (general line) 2 

other plumbing and heating eqp't. 

and supplies 1 

Assemblers and country buyers 43 

Grain 4 

Hides, skina, and furs (raw] 19 

Livestock 1 



. Assemblers and country buyers (continued) 

Wool and mohair 1 

Butter 2 

poultry and poultry products 1 

Dairy and poultry pro4icts 11 

Fruita and vegetables (fresh) 1 

Seeds 3 

Cooperative marketing associations 11 

Grain 1 

Butter 1 

Milk and cream 1 

Poultry and poultry products 4 

Dairy and poultry jroducts 1 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 1 

Petroleum and its products 2 

Elevators 416 

Grain 415 

Other farm ppoducts-raw materials 1 

Cream stations (milk and cream) 4 



Census of 
Amer'sm 



WHOLESALE DISTKIBUTION: 1933 



Table 2B. — STATE OF 



HOBTAIU 



WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 



For States and Cities of 6,000 Population and Over 

{AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicaites no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


1 

Net sqles 

j 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

{average) 


Pat Roll 




State and Crrr 

Ttpb of Establishment 

Krm> OF Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


THE STUB 


1.242 


t78[.441 


110,172 


12.8 


3,312 


$4,900 


$247 


$12,499 


lholes»ler» proper 
KantLfaeturers' sales branches 
Agents and brokers 
All other types 


254 
64 

26 
908 


36,630 
4,830 
6,966 

33,026 


6,721 

1,076 

184 

3,191 


16.1 

22.3 

3.1 

9.7 


1,760 

300 

40 

1,212 


2,673 

512 

77 

1,638 


165 

14 

2 

66 


7,224 

1,427 

20 

3.828 


WHOLESALERS FBOPEB 
Amosement cmd sport ijig goods 


3 


35 


10 


30,3 


7 


6 




18 


AatoraotiTS products 


21 


i.pes 


334 


21.1 


114 


188 


8 


290 


AntomotlTe eqialpoent, accessories and 

parts 
All other 

Vrm^a and drug sundries 


17 

4 

4 


1,E04 
379 

1,242 


288 
46 

171 


13.8 


97 
17 

44 


161 
27 

75 


7 
1 


268 
22 

442 


Electrical goods 


5 


800 


197 


24.6 


61 


96 


- 


180 


Vara products-raw materials 


e 


823 


81 


9.8 


19 


46 


8 


86 


Grain 

All other 

7ara products-consumer goods 


5 
3 

38 


736 
87 

4,545 


55 
26 

707 


- 


13 
6 

222 


27 
18 

340 


1 
7 

14 


80 
6 

243 


Dairy products (general line) 
Kllk and cream 
Dairy and poultry products 
Fruits and TOgetables (fresh) 
All other 

Parm supplies 


7 

4 

4 

19 

4 

6 


542 

12 

442 

3,475 

74 

499 


103 

6 

109 

467 

22 

90 


18.0 


37 

2 

34 

141 

8 

31 


38 

1 

56 

235 

10 

45 


3 

4 

5 
2 

16 


25 

16 

200 

3 

72 


Hardvare 


9 


2,149 


652 


30.3 


129 


270 


54 


1.244 


Groceries and foods (except fana products) 


73 


17,401 


2,148 


12.3 


766 


1,089 


38 


3.234 


Groceries (general line) 
Confectionery and soft drinks 
Heats and neat products 
Other food and grocery specialties 

Jewelry and optical goods 


27 

9 

10 

27 

3 


10,531 

319 

1,124 

5,427 

72 


900 
112 
309 
827 

25 


34.7 


313 

39 

102 

612 

10 


459 

50 
168 
412 

16 


e 

8 
10 
12 


1,742 

63 

129 

1,300 

11 


lomber and building materials 
(other than nstal) 


8 


626 


115 


18.4 


63 


74 


4 


137 


Lumber and laill work 
All other 

Kaehineiy, squl^eDt and supplies (except 
electrical) 


4 
4 

20 


504 
122 

1,058 


80 
36 

269 


24.6 


42 

11 

69 


64 

20 

116 


1 
3 

13 


78 
69 

509 


Industrial machinery, equipment and 
supplies 

Hill and mine supplies (general line) 

All other 
Professional equipment and supplies 
All other 

Petroleum and its products 


9 
4 
5 
4 
7 

17 


502 
433 
69 
221 
336 

1,080 


139 

107 

32 

50 

70 

185 


17.1 


36 
23 
12 
15 
19 

45 


64 
47 
17 
26 
26 

66 


11 
9 
2 

2 

4 


316 

266 

49 

45 

149 

132 


Tobcusco and its products (except leaf) 


9 


1,978 


186 


9.4 


59 


75 


1 


150 


taste materials 


5 


122 


13 


10.7 


9 


8 


- 


45 


All other kinds of business 


25 


1,619 


548 


33.8 


122 


164 


6 


433 


Beer 
Hlscellaneons 


U 

14 


210 

1,409 


48 
500 


- 


7 
115 


8 
156 


1 
6 


13 
420 



10 



Censuaof 
American 
Busiiieas 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF MOHTAHi WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHEKT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $600] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Totai- Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Ttpe of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stookson 

hand (ettd 

of year) 


MAIIDPiCTUHSaS' SALES BBAHCHES 
HTH STOCKS 


51 


44,186 


♦1.041 


M.9 


891 


1495 


•14 


♦1.42T 


Sreearias and foods (except farm prodnets) 
■achiner?, equipment and supplies 

(except electrical) 
All other kinds of Easiness 

WITHOUT STOCKS 


22 

16 
11 

3 


2,019 

1,500 
667 

644 


547 

554 
140 

35 


17.2 

36.9 

21.0 

5.4 


81 

168 
42 

9 


IBl 

274 
TO 

17 


7 

S 

£ 


108 

1,185 
134 


ASQITS ADD EBOKEBS 
BBOKEBS 


11 


3,154 


99 


3.1 


21 


48 




1 


Farm productvoonsomer goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 

comnssioH msbchabts 


5 

6 

7 


979 

2,175 

1.459 


28 

71 

24 


2.t 
3.S 

1.6 


6 
IE 

4 


12 
36 

6 


1 


1 
4 


Farm products-raw materials 
All ether kinds of hoalness 

HABOPACTDEEHS AGENTS 


4 
3 

8 


1,416 
41 

1.343 


19 
5, 

61 


1.3 
12.2 

4.5 


3 

1 

15 


4 
2 

23 


1 
1 


2 
2 

15 


AU OTHEE TYPES 
BOIK TABK STATIOBS 


431 


11.612 


1.881 


16.2 


71S 


970 


26 


1.285 


CHilH STOKE ITAEEHOnSES 


3 


6,661 


87 


1.5 


23 


48 


6 


124 


ASSEMBLEBS ABD OOUHTHI BUTEaS 


43 


1.660 


221 


13.2 


51 


80 


13 


132 


Farm producta-raw materials 
Fans prodaets-oonsomer goods 
Farm supplies 

COOPERATIVE MAEKETIBG ASSOOIATIOBS 


25 

15 

3 

11 


1,162 
392 
126 

650 


108 
96 
17 

43 


9.3 
24.5 
13.5 

6.6 


27 

21 

3 

14 


39 

35 

6 

21 


4 
5 

4 

2 


89 
12 

31 

41 


Farm products-consumer gooda 
All other kinds of business 

CBEAU STATIONS 


6 

3 

4 


476 
172 

35 


33 
10 

2 


6.9 
5.8 

5.7 


10 

4 

1 


IS 
6 

1 


2 


3 

38 


ELBVATOES (farm products-raw materials) 


416 


13,397 


957 


7.1 


410 


518 


19 


2.246 


01 


TIBS OF 


20,000 TO 5C 


,000 POPtJLAI 


low 










HJTTE 


90 


16,046 


1,687 


10.5 


506 


918 


82 


1.783 


Wholesalers proper 
All other types 

Farm products-coxisumer goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 

Petroleum and its products 

All other kinds of Vasiness 

GBEAT FALLS 


52 
36 

11 

25 

5 

49 

72 


6,771 
11,276 

1,792 

6,763 

942 

6,549 

11 .426 


1,225 
662 

160 
614 
175 
916 

1.676 


16.1 
5.9 

10.0 

9.1 

18.6 

10.7 

14,7 


318 
188 

61 

162 

66 

ar 

506 


574 
344 

102 
292 
108 
416 

783 


72 
10 

4 
8 

70 

23 


1,468 
315 

53 

887 

107 

1,236 

1.963 


Wholesalers proper 
All other types 

Farm prodncts-raw materials 

Faim products-consumer goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm prodncta) 

Petroleum and its products . 

All other kinds of husiness 


41 
31 

10 

7 
13 
10 
32 


7,156 
4,270 

2,156 
1,292 
3,846 
946 
3,164 


1,132 
544 

87 
147 
450 
216 
776 


15.8 
12.7 

4.0 
11.4 
11.7 
22.8 
24.4 


349 

159 

14 
44 

165 

66 

219 


523 
260 

31 

65 

245 

110 

332 


19 

4 

1 
4 
7 
1 
10 


1,189 
764 

120 

38 

629 

149 
1,117 



u 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B. — STATE OF HDUTAIIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For states and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All valties expressed in thousands of doUars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid discloang data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 









Total Expenses 




Pay Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State and Crrr 




Per- 
cent 
of 






Stocks on 


Type of Estabubhment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 


hand (end 


Kind of BtrsiNESs 


lish- 




Amount 


{(werage) 


Total 


of year) 




ments 






sales 










C 


TIES OP 


6,000 TO 20 


000 POPDIAT 


OB 










Total 


80S 


$27,048 


*4,238 


15.7 


1,347 


#1,981 


187 


♦6.316 


AIACOBSA 


4 


76 


11 


14.6 


6 


6 


_ 


7 


BILLIBCS 


6T 


9,724 


1,703 


17.5 


501 


788 


57 


2,096 


BOZE?UH 


16 


1,466 


152 


10.4 


67 


77 


3 


261 


HA7EE 


SI 


2,696 


260 


9.6 


86 


122 


1 


360 


HBLEBA 


33 


4,066 


662 


16.3 


204 


306 


8 


722 


EALISPELL 


10 


1,821 


290 


15.9 


105 


129 


- 


360 


LBTISTOTO 


20 


1,363 


142 


10.4 


49 


72 


3 


236 


LITOTGSTOJ 


9 


332 


61 


18.4 


21 


28 


1 


23 


MILES CITY 


12 


1,177 


144 


12.2 


38 


69 


- 


147 


UISSOOLl 


23 


4,327 


813 


18.8 


281 


384 


14 


1.104 



u 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 3 STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

H OHTM I A RECEIPTS FROM SALES OF MERCHANDISE AND SERVICE. BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 
(All values expressed in thousands of doUars) 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Total net 
sales 


Total 
Expenses 


Receipts From — 




Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 

storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 


Space rental 


Other sources 


Kind of Btibinxss 


Num- 
ber 
of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 
of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Total for State 


1,248 


179,441 


♦10,172 


12.8 


♦78,979 


$268 


10 


»24 


9 


♦176 


Drugs and drug •ondrlea 

Sleotrloal gooda 

Farm produots-rew naterlala 

laxm produota-conaomer goods 

Tarm mippllas 

arooerlaa and foods (axoept 

faim produet) 
Hardware 
Uaohlnery, equipment and snpplles 

(except eleotrlcal) 
Petroleum and its produots 
Plumbing and heating equlpnent 

■nd sapplles 
Waste materials 
All otlier klsda of tmalnesa 


4 

8 

454 

72 

9 

104 
9 

40 
458 

6 

5 


1,242 

1,021 

16,938 

6,474 

625 

24,443 

2,149 

2,619 
18,741 

4,279 
122 


171 

234 

1,171 

879 

107 

2,661 
652 

826 
8,071 

87 

13 

1,300 


13.8 
22.9 
6.9 
13.6 
17.1 

10.9 
30.3 

31.5 
16.3 

2.0 
10.7 
19.0 

1 


1,234 

1,003 

16,790 

6,472 

620 

24,355 
8,137 

2,540 
12,735 

4,276 

132 

6,69& 


2 
142 

3 

76 
6 

33 


2 

1 
1 

2 
2 

1 
1 


5 
2 
2 

11 
2 

1 
1 


1 
1 
1 

1 
1 

1 

£ 

1 


8 

15 

1 
. 

77 
10 

2 

3 
59 



Census of 
American 
Business 



IS 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 4.— STATE OF I'OUTANA CREDIT SALES. BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 

{AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


Establishments Reporting Credit Sales 
















Credit sales 


Total 




















Expenses 
















Per- 
cent 
of 




Per- 
cent 
of 




Percent of 
sales 










Type of Establishment 








Kind of Business 


Num- 
ber 


Net 
sales 


Num- 
ber 


total 
for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 


Net 
sales 


total 
for 
kind 
of 
busi- 
ness 


Amount 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
re- 
port- 
ing 
credit 
sales 


All 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amoimt 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total for State 


1,242 


379,441 


716 


57.6 


$52,604 


66.2 


$38,732 


73.6- 


48.8 


$6,108 


15.4 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 
























Total 


264 


36,630 


206 


81.1 


33,076 


92.8 


27,608 


83.5 


77.6 


6,339 


16.1 


Amusemait and aporting goods 


3 


33 


2 


66.7 


32 


97.0 


28 


68.8 


55.7 


9 


28.1 


Automotive products 


21 


1,683 


21 


100.0 


1,683 


100.0 


934 


59.0 


59.0 


334 


21.1 


Drugs and drug sundries 


4 


1,242 


3 


75.0 


1,211 


97.5 


1,101 


90.9 


88.6 


156 


13.7 


Electrical goods 


5 


600 


5 


100.0 


800 


100.0 


672 


84.0 


84.0 


197 


24.6 


Farm products-raw materials 


8 


823 


2 


26.0 


134 


16.3 


123 


91.8 


14.9 


32 


23.9 


Farm products-consumer goods 


38 


4,545 


31 


81.6 


4,426 


97.4 


3,793 


85.7 


83.6 


565 


16.1 


Farm supplies 


6 


499 


5 


83.3 


474 


96.0 


305 


64.3 


61.1 


87 


18.4 


Groceries and foods (except farm 
























products) 


73 


17,401 


60 


82.2 


16,258 


93.4 


14,404 


88.6 


82.8 


1,993 


12.3 


Hardware 


9 


2,149 


8 


88.9 


2,132 


99.2 


1,933 


90.7 


69.9 


561 


30.5 


Jewelry and optical .-^oods 


3 


72 


3 


100.0 


72 


100.0 


72 


100.0 


IDO.O 


25 


34.7 


Lumber and 'buildin.'T materials 
























( other than metal ) 


8 


626 


6 


76.0 


463 


72.4 


405 


89.4 


64.7 


60 


13.2 


Machinery, equipment and supplies 
























( except electrical) 


20 


1,058 


17 


85.0 


1,014 


96.8 


772 


76.1 


73.0 


249 


24.5 


Petrol euB and its products 


17 


1,080 


13 


76.6 


1,014 


93,9 


406 


40.0 


37.6 


182 


17.9 


Tobacco aid its products 
























(except leaf) 


9 


1,978 


9 


100.0 


1,978 


100.0 


1,622 


76.9 


76.9 


186 


9.4 


'Vaste rnateri&ls 


5 


122 


4 


80.0 


77 


53.1 


38 


49.4 


31.1 


5 


7.8 


All other kinds of business 


36 


1,619 


17 


68.0 


1,419 


87.6 


1,106 


77.9 


68.3 


495 


36.0 


ALL OIHiS TYPES 
























Total 


988 


43,811 


510 


61.6 


19,628 


44.5 


11,124 


67.0 


25.4 


2,769 


14.2 


Amusement and sporting #^oods 


1 


ir.) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Automotive products 


2 


m 


2 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


Chemicals 


2 


w 


2 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Electrical goods 


3 


221 


3 


100.0 


221 


100.0 


194 


87.8 


87.8 


37 


16.7 


Farm products-raw materials 


446 


16,115 


65 


12.3 


2,428 


16.1 


831 


34.2 


6.2 


190 


7.8 


Farm products-consumer goods 


34 


1,929 


17 


50.0 


1,429 


74.1 


1,301 


91.0 


67.4 


134 


9.4 


Farm supplies 


3 


126 


1 


33.3 


35 


27.8 


21 


60.0 


16.7 


11 


31.4 


Furniture and house furnishings 


1 


(X) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


."rnceries and foods (except farm 
























products) 


31 


7,042 


25 


80.6 


4,289 


60.9 


3,916 


91.3 


56.5 


432 


10.1 


Jewelry and optical goods 


1 


(X) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Lumber and build Ir^ materials 
























(other than metal) 


1 


(II 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(xl 


Machinery, equipment and supplies 
























(except electrical) 


20 


(X) 


18 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


"'etals (except scrap) 


1 


(X) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Petrcleum and its products 


435 


11,561 


378 


86.9 


9,036 


77.5 


2,866 


31.7 


24.6 


1,274 


14.1 


Plumbinr and heating equipment 
























and supplies 


6 


4,279 


5 


83.3 


361 


8.4 


337 


93.4 


7.9 


80 


22.2 


Tobacco and its products 


1 


(X) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


(except leaf) 

























14 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 5 STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

MOSTAHA DISTRIBUTION OF SALES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States Only 

(AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals] 





All Estabushments 


Establishments Reporting Distbibotion of Sales 












Per- 




Per- 


Total 










Type of Establishment 


Num- 


Net 


Total 


Num- 
ber 
of es- 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Net 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


expenses 


Sales to 
retailers 


Sales to 
home 
con- 


Sales to 
indus- 


Sales to 
whole- 
sale 
organi- 
zations 


Kind of Business 








ber 


sales 


expenses 


tab- 
lish- 
ments 


sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


for • 
resale 


sumers 
relait) 


trial 
users 












ness 




ness 














Total for State 


1,242 


#79,441 


$10,172 


1,043 


84.0 


#66,211 


83.3 


#8,444 


12.8 


#38,063 


#3,641 


#10,922 


#13,5SS 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 




























Total 


254 


35,630 


6,721 


237 


93.3 


34,164 


96.9 


6,399 


15.8 


26,304 


2,162 


2,619 


1,079 


Amuseaent and sporting goods 


3 


33 


10 


3 


100.0 


33 


100.0 


10 


30.3 


26 


6 


1 




AutoraotlTe prodacts 


21 


1,683 


334 


20 


96.2 


1,667 


99.0 


327 


20.9 


1,275 


222 


66 


4 


Drugs and drug sujidries 


4 


1,242 


171 


4 


100.0 


1,242 


100.0 


171 


13.8 


1,198 


19 


17 


8 


Electrical good 


5 


800 


197 


5 


100.0 


800 


100.0 


197 


24.6 


638 


7 


147 


8 


Farm products-raw materials 


8 


823 


81 


7 


87.5 


819 


99.6 


80 


9.8 


74 


61 


632 


62 


Farm products-consumer goods 


38 


4,545 


707 


36 


94.7 


4,517 


99.4 


700 


16.6 


4,406 


62 


6 


43 


Farm supplies 


6 


499 


90 


4 


66.7 


406 


bl.2 


77 


19.0 


240 


66 


100 


- 


Groceries and foods 


73 


17,401 


2,148 


72 


98,6 


17,352 


99.7 


2,122 


12.2 


15,704 


949 


176 


524 


Hardware 


9 


2,149 


652 


8 


88.9 


1,645 


76.6 


628 


32.1 


1,025 


206 


408 


6 


Jewelry and optical goods 


3 


72 


25 


3 


100.0 


72 


100.0 


26 


34.7 


72 


- 


- 


- 


Lumber and building materials 


8 


626 


115 


e 


loo.o 


626 


100.0 


116 


18.4 


403 


65 


168 


- 


ISachinery, equipment 




























and supplies {except electrical 


) 20 


1,058 


259 


19 


95.0 


1,023 


96.7 


249 


24.3 


30 


16 


712 


265 


Petroleum and its products 


17 


1,080 


185 


14 


82.4 


956 


88.5 


157 


16.4 


713 


138 


74 


31 


Tobacco and its products 


9 


1,978 


186 


7 


77.8 


1,647 


78.2 


125 


8.1 


1,400 


73 


- 


74 


T/aste materials 


6 


122 


13 


4 


60.0 


64 


52,6 


10 


15.6 


2 


- 


19 


43 


All other kinds of business 


25 


1,619 


546 


23 


92.0 


1,486 


91.8 


506 


34.1 


1,098 


283 


94 


11 


ALL OTHEH TYPES 




























Total 


968 


43.811 


4,461 


806 


81.6 


32,057 


73.2 


3,045 


9.5 


9,769 


1,489 


8,303 


12,506 


Amusement and sporting goods 


1 


IX) 


(X) 


. 


■ — 1 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


Automotive porducts 


2 


U) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


Chemicals 


2 


(X) 


IX) 


I a) 


U) 


U.l ' IX) 


U) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


. IX) 


Electrical goods 


3 


221 


37 


3 


LOO.O 


221 100.0 


37 


16.7 


31 


- 


156 


36 


Farm products-raw materials 


446 


16,115 


1,090 


417 


93.6 


15,024 


93.2 


982 


6.5 


1,037 


536 


6,619 


6,932 


Farm products-consumer goods 


34 


1,929 


172 


33 


97.1 


1,696 


87.9 


163 


9;6 


632 


9 


129 


926 


Farm supplies 


3 


126 


17 


3 


LOO.O 


126 


LOO.O 


17 


13.6 


107 


11 


8 


- 


Furniture and house furnishings 


1 


IX) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


Groceries and foods 




























(except farm products) 


31 


7,042 


513 


31 


100.0 


7,042 


100 .0 


613 


7.3 


3,026 


- 


169 


3,868 


Jewelry and optical goods 


1 


(X) 


IX) 


U) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


Lumber and building materials 




























(other than metals) 


1 


(X) 


U) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


li) 


(X) 


IX) 


11) 


IX) 


IX) 


liachinery, equipment and 




























supplies (except electrical) 


20 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


Metals (except scrap) 


1 


|X| 


IX) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Petroleum and its products 


435 


11,661 


1,886 


290 


66.7 


6,401 


46.3 


714 


13.2 


3,989 


74S 


534 


136 


Plumbing and heating equipment 




























and supplies 


6 


4,279 


87 


5 


83.3 


361 


S.4 


80 


22.2 


253 


- 


103 


6 


Tobacco and its products 




























(except leaf) 


1 


(X) 


U) 


IX) 


li) 


IX) 


U) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 



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'"" WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Table 1.— STATE OF IDAHO SUMMARY OF WHOLESALE TRADE, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

Business 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

{All valites expressed in thousands of doUars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amoimt leas than $600| 





NtTMBEB OP 

Establish- 
ments 


Net Sales 


Total Expenses 


Full- 
time 
employees 
{average) 


Pay Roll 


Stocks 
on 


State and City 
Type of Establishment 






Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 


1929 


1933 


1929 


Amount 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


hand 

(enrf 

of 

year) 




1933 1929 


THSSTAIB 


768 


674 


|50,689 


(98.462 


»7.359 


14,5 


9,9 


2.078 


#3.257 


6.4 




»6.124 


WiolMalers iropar 


219 


1S4 


23.879 


36.588 


S.193 


13.4 


11,6 


941 


1.430 


6.0 


146 


S.69S 


Mmufeettir«r»' sede* branches 


SO 


sa 


1.826 


5.752 


294 


16,1 


11,4 


8! 


131 


7.J 


S 


191 


AAQntB azid brokers 


2^ 


9 


3.410 


1,729 


869 


7,9 


r.o 


57 


IS! 


9,$ 


32 


231 


Brokers 

Conmisalon nerdiaBts 
HanufBeturers' agents 
Other agents 

111 other tyues 


6 
2 

807 


3 

4 
3 

479 


(1) 
1,488 
109 
(I) 

21.575 


(i5 ^ 

64« 

(X) 

54.393 


(X) 

189 
1! 
(X) 

3.603 


(X) 

ia.7 

U.9 
{!) 

16.7 


(X) 

15.2 

(X) 

8,7 


(X) 
99 
I 

{!) 

99» 


(X) 

91 
! 
(X) 

l.S« 


(X) 
6.1 
$.< 

(X) 

7.S 


(X) 
29 

(I)" 

ass 


(X) 
200 
9 
(X) 

8.007 


Bulk tank stations 1/ 
Chain stors warehouses 
Assemblers and country bTxyera 
CooperatlTB marketing 

assocl at Ions 
Cream stations 2/ 
Ble«tors 3/ 


242 

4 
158 

74 


157 
19^ 

95 


8,97d 

152 

7,628 

3,037 


8,61! 
(ll 
S4,3«a 

(X) 

13,036 


1,964 

n 

8U 

599 


21.9 
11.8 
10.6 

14.J 

7.S 
18.4 


20.? 

(I) 
8.3 

(X) 
5.! 


483 

9 
250 

71 

18( 


784 

e 

42C 

111 

4 

ex 


8.7 
5.! 
5,! 

6.< 
4.! 

7.6 


18 

8B0 

31 

1^ 


796 

77 

309 

199 

686 


_i/ "Hie Increase in the number of h 

2/ Creem stations were not Include 

3/ These are revised flgurss for 1 

and olassifled in the Wholesa 


nlk tank 
i for tt 
9S9. Ih 
Le Censu 


station 
e most p 
> flgire 
1. IncJ 


> was due pi 
irt in 1929 
3 ppB-Tlously 
ides 5 coops 


Imaplly to d 
data. 
Issued incl 
retire eleiB 


. f f ereness 

3de a nmbi 
tors with a 


In B< 

r of 

ales 


tbod 
srali 

amoui 


)f raportl 

elevator* 
ting to t2 


ae scna laiga ol 

tliat VBrs eiroi 
51,000. 


tia orginlzationu 
taoasly ijvported 



18 



Census of 

Americaji 

Business 



TABLE as.. - STATE OP IDAHO 



mOIBSAlE BISTMBOTIOH: 1933 

KUllBEB OF OTOLESALE ESTABLISIftlEHTS. BY TYPE AJTD KUTD OF B0SIRES3 

FOR STATES AKI SELECTED CITIES 



Kind of Business 


Total 


•H O 
O b 


a 
A cao 


1^ 

o n 

< ** 


Kind of Business 


Total 


11 

<D x: 

o t. 


. « 
n mo 

«fl in 

55? 


o o 


Total 


768 


214 


18 


E?6 


Hardware 

Jewelry and optical goods 

Lumber and building materials (other than 

metal) 
Machinery, eqp't. and supplies (except 

electrical) 
Metals (except scrap) 
papier and its products 
Petroleum and its products 
plumbing and heating eqp't, & supplies 
Tobacco am its products (except leaf) 
7aste materials 
All other products 


6 


6 


. 


. 




2 


1 


. 


1 


2 


2 


- 


- 


Amusement and sporting goods 


2 


2 


. 




Automotive products 


19 


18 


- 


1 


- 




6 


4 


2 


- 


17 


11 


3 






1 


1 




- 


3 


Cry goods 


1 


1 


. 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Slectrioal goods 


1 


1 


. 


- 


2 


2 


- 


- 


?arm produots-raw materials 


152 


10 


- 


142 


251 


6 


- 


245 


Farm products-oonsumer goods 


176 


44 


2 


130 


2 


1 


1 


- 


Farm supplies 


19 


14 


. 


5 


7 


6 


- 


1 


77 


61 


10 


6 


9 


9 


- 


- 












15 


13 


- 


2 



l/ The 536 "All other types" consists of the following: 

Importer (groceries and foods-eicept farm products) 
Limited function iSiolesalers 

Sroceries and foods (except farm products) 

Petroleum and its products 
Manufacturers' sales branches-without stocks 

Uachiner;/, equipment and supplies (except electrical) 

Tobacco and Ita products (except leaf) 
Brolters 

Farm products-consumer goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 
ConKission merchants 

Automotive equipment, accessories and parts 

Farm prodnota-raw naterlals 

Farm products-ocnaumor goods 
Manufacturers' agents 

Amusement and sporting goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 

Kaohlnery, equlpaant and si^jplies (except electrical) 

All other products 



1 
4 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

12 
1 
1 

10 
6 
1 
1 
2 
2 



Selling agent (<^oceries ind foods-except farm products) 
Other agent (farm products-ra-v materials) 
Bulk tanX st'tlons (petroleum) 
Chain store warehouses 

Farm produots-cons-^^mer goods 

Groceries and foods (except fani products) 
Assemblers and country buyers 

Farm prociucts-raw material s 

Farm produots-consuraer goods 

Farm supplies 
Cooperative marketing associations 

Farm products-raw materials 

Farm products-consumer goods 

Farm supplies 
Elevators {farm products-raw materials) 
Cream stations (fL-rm products-consumer goods) 



1 

1 

242 

4 

3 

1 

169 

56 

99 

3 

22 

10 

10 

74 
7 



19 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 



Table 2B. — STATE OF 



mAHD WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABUSHIENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For states and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 
(AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) 



(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no infonnation or an amount less than $500) 



State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 



TBS STATK 

Vholesalsrs proper 
Hanafteturars' salas bmnehaa 
Agents and brokers 
All other types 



Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



T68 



219 

80 

22 

507 



At>tomotlT« products 

Chonieale 

Tsim prodocta-raw materials 

Term product s-conB\mor goods 

7UV supplies 

Grooarlss and foods (axeept f&rm products) 

Bardaars 

tfeehlaerr, aqulpuBSt and aapplies (except 

electrical) 
Petroleum and its products 
Tobacco and its products (except leaf) 
Haste matarialfl iivrik and serap-ganeral line) 
All other kinds of businesa 

MAm)FACT1Il]S)S> SALES BRAH(SK3 

Oreceries and foods (except fkim products) 
lladiiBerr, eiiulpasnt and soppllas (except 

electrical) 
ATI other kinds of business 

AOENTS iSD BBuiLfiKi 

CCHBSaKK HSBSBknaS 
mSlIFAOTOTIBIB' MiWl'S 

OTHHi Acairrs 

ALL O'JUEK TIPSS 

BDIE TANK STAnONS (petroleum) 
CHADI STORB WABKaOOSSS 
ASSatBIEHS AND OOtWrBT BUTKB 

Tarn produots-rew materials 

Taim produots-consunar g>ods 

ram supplies (assds) 

COOPIRATIVE MAHKETINO ASSOCIATIONS 
Faxn products-raw matarials 
Fana products-ccnsuraor 0>ods 

BLBVATOBS (groin) 
ORBtll gfATIOIB ___^ 



BOISS 



■taelMalers proper 
All othtr typas 



IS 
4 
10 
44 
14 
63 
6 

11 
9 
6 



10 



12 



Net sales 



.as 
i 



ise 



S6 
99 

3 



12 
10 

JU. 



M 



SB 



»g0.689 



23,879 
1,82S 
3,410 

21.575 



Total Expenses 



Amount 



♦T.3W 



3,193 
294 
2S9 

3.603 



Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 



14,5 



13.4 

16.1 

7.9 

16.7 



180 

733 

3,723 

1,814 

11,700 

1,713 

44X 

551 
618 
126 

1,451 



1,005 



148 

672 



1,488 

109 
1,813 



8,978 



152 



7.62S 



2,001 

5,420 

201 

1.690 



804 
886 

9.057 



96 



OITDSS OF 30,000 TO 5>,000 POPDUrnW 



9.858 



5,719 
4,IS< 



51 
80 
599 
333 
982 
379 

84 

154 

41 

40 

225 



141 



61 
92 



189 
13 
67 



1,964 



17 



811 



161 
641 

9 

245 



6S 

180 



559 



1.151 
650 
481 



27.2 
28.3 
10.9 
16.1 
18.4 
8.4 
22.1 

19.0 
27.9 
6.6 
31.7 
15.5 



14.0 



41.2 
13.7 



12.7 

U.l 

3 



lUi 



U.2 



IP .6 



8.0 

11.8 

4.5 

14.5 



2Sti. 



7.J 



11.! 



11.4 
U.« 



Full-time 

employees 

(average) 



2.078 



941 

83 

57 

997 



Pat Roll 



Total 



>».«" 



1,430 
131 

xas 

1.563 



90 
17 
32 

143 

105 

314 

98 

18 
29 
15 
10 
70 



35 



24 

24 



39 

2 

16 



-iSI. 



Part- 
time 



«44S 



146 

3 
32 

262 



! 

2SC 



44 

198 

11 

77 



24 

53 



180 



33t 

1» 

I 



121 
85 
36 

272 
188 

4ai 

161 

ST 
4B 
19 
11 
94 



87 



3e 

38 



91 



JBi. 



Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 



H.VM. 



3,698 
191 

231 
2.007 



4SC 



7! 

340 

7 

IM 



36 

81 



SOI 



89« 



s 

73 

8 

18 

SI 



Ji 



80C 



2i 

178 



6 

2t 



14 



4 
II 



244 
64 

31 

176 

289 

1,789 

842 

140 
28 
60 
37 

305 



39 



60 
92 



800 
9 

82 



796 

77 

30» 



168 
134 

7 

199 



185 
«4 



626 



1.046 
828 



ao 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2B. — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

miHO WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHHENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Type op Establishment 

Kind op Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


BOISX (eoatlaaad) 

Fara prodnets-eonsuiiar 9>ods 

Groasrl«8 and fooda (axeapt fam prodoeta) 

Pstrolatm and ita prodneta 

AH otliar klnda of bnalnaaa 


15 

8 

3t 


*e4s 

4,996 
969 

3,087 


♦67 
889 
241 
534 


7.9 

5.8 

84.9 

17.3 


28 
94 
50 

168 


•34 

148 

74 

S47 


•8 

3 
4 
5 


«1B 

357 

91 

583 


C 




B,000 TO SO 


,000 POPOTAT 


DH 










Total 


SOI 


30,967 


8.883 


13.5 


891 


1.858 


93 


2.7U 


COBB d'ahnb 

TIMHO aLIS 
IZWISTON 
NMIPA 
POCATELLO 
'WIN FALLS 


1» 
41 
29 

a 

4S 

a 


479 
3,994 

3,911 
8,048 
6,430 

4,ioe 


U6 
415 
589 

300 
922 

481 


24.8 
10.4 
15.1 
14.6 

14.: 

U.7 


99 

137 

186 

93 

S42 

134 


SO 
193 
869 
133 
416 
191 


1 
26 
U 
27 
12 
16 


36 

480 
684 

127 
92S 
459 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 3. — STATE OF IDAHO 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

RECEIPTS FROM SALES OF MERCHANDISE AND SERVICE, BY KIND OT BUSINESS 

For States Only 
(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Total net 
sales 


Total 
Expenses 


Receipts From — 




Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 

storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 


Space rental 


Other sources 


Kind or Business 


Num- 
ber 
of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 
of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Total for State 


768 


460,669 


47.369 


14 .e 


460,369 


4283 


4 


#16 


6 


422 


ram prodnota-raw materials 
ram pro<lu,}ta-oonBaiiier goods 
Orooerlei and fooda (exoept 

fans prodaats) 
Hardware 
Haohinery, eqnlpnent and supplies 

(exoept eleotrloall 
Petroleun and Its products 
%ste materials 
All other kinds of baslcesa 


152 
176 

77 
6 

17 

261 

9 

80 


6,641 

11,666 

14.266 
1,713 

694 
9,629 

126 
6,266 


902 
1,666 

1.166 
379 

146 

2,116 

40 

1.030 


13.6 
13.5 

8.3 
22.1 

24.6 

22.2 
31.7 
16.4 


6,476 
11,610 

14,268 
1,690 

667 
9,606 

126 
8.237 


168 
38 

4 
U 

27 
14 

29 


1 
1 

2 


1 

4 

10 


2 
1 

1 
2 


6 

S 

3 
10 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 4.— STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

IDiHO CREDIT SALES. BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 

(AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


Establishments Reporting Credit Sales 
















Credit sales 


Total 




















Expenses 
















Per- 




Per- 




Percent of 

sales 












Num- 
ber 


Net 
sales 


Num- 
ber 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 


Net 
sales 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 


Amount 




Amount 




Type of Establishment 
Kind op Bdsiness 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


All 


Per- 
cent 










of 




of 




re- 


estab- 


. 1 1 1 1 VJ Ul> u 


of 










busi- 




busi- 




port- 


lish- 




sales 










ness 




ness 




ing 
credit 
sales 


ments 






Total for State 


766 


^60.669 


461 


68.7 


$34,929 


68.9 


$23,362 


66.9 


46.1 


$6,236 


16.0 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 
























Total 


219 


23,879 


160 


73.1 


19,950 


83.5 


16,649 


77.9 


66.1 


2,677 


13.4 


AatOBOtlre produota 


16 


628 


17 


94.4 


626 


99.6 


649 


78.7 


78.4 


226 


27.3 


Cliamlcsli 


4 


180 


4 


100.0 


180 


100.0 


166 


92.2 


92.2 


61 


28.3 


Farm prodnota-raw matorlala 


10 


738 


3 


30.0 


269 


39.4 


230 


79.6 


31.4 


33 


11.4 


farm produota-oonsunar sooda 


44 


3,723 


27 


61.4 


2,848 


76.6 


1,673 


66.2 


42.3 


476 


16.7 


farn anppllsi 


14 


1,614 


7 


60.0 


608 


33.6 


171 


28.1 


9.4 


102 


16.8 


Srooerlea and foode (sxoept 
























fan products) 


U 


11,700 


49 


77.8 


10,642 


90.1 


9,288 


88.1 


79.4 


913 


8.7 


Hardware 


6 


1,713 


6 


100.0 


1,713 


100.0 


1,643 


90.1 


90.1 


380 


22.2 


llaoMnery, aqnlpoant and aupplles 
























(except electrical) 


11 


442 


10 


90.9 


441 


99.8 


346 


78.2 


79.1 


82 


ie.8 


Patroleun and ita products 


9 


SEl 


7 


77.6 


492 


89.3 


202 


41.1 


36.7 


161 


30.7 


Tobacco and Its produote (except 
























leaf) 


6 


618 


6 


83.3 


540 


67.4 


319 


69.1 


51.6 


40 


7.4 


fcata materiala 


9 


126 


6 


66.6 


60 


63.6 


22 


27.6 


17.6 


27 


33.8 


All other klsda of liaaineaa 


2E 


1,451 


20 


60.0 


1.392 


96.9 


1,041 


74.6 


71.7 


197 


14.2 


ilL OTHER TYPES 
























Total 


E49 


26,610 


291 


63.0 


14,979 


56.9 


7,803 


52.1 


29.1 


2,559 


17.1 


Ajmsanent and aportlijg gooda 


1 


(Zl 


. 


. 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


• 


. 


- 


Antomotire produota 


1 


w 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


w 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Cbemloala 


2 


m 


2 


(XI 


(X) 


w 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Fam prodncta-raw materiala 


142 


6,908 


44 


31.0 


2,«70 


41.6 


1,066 


43.1 18.0 


260 


11.3 


Farm produota-canauaer ^oda 


132 


7,632 


25 


16.9 


1,791 


22,9 


1,468 


82.0 18.7 


339 


18.9 


Fani aappUea 


b 


(X) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Qrocerios and fooda (exoept 
























fam produota) 


14 


2.666 


12 


66.7 


2,642 


99.1 


1,184 


46.6 


4S.2 


202 


7.9 


liaohinery, eiulpment and 
























Buppllea (except eleotr'.cal) 


6 


162 


4 


66.7 


146 


97.4 


130 


87.8 


86.6 


61 


41.2 


Petroleum and Ita produota 


242 


8,978 


201 


83.1 


7,666 


84.2 


3.696 


48.9 


41.2 


1,679 


20.9 


Plumbing and haattrg equipment 
























and supplies 


1 


m 


1 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Tobaoeo aid Ita produota (exoept 
























leaf) 


1 


(XI 


- 


» 


* 


- 


- 


• 


- 


- 


•■ 


All other produota 


2 


(X) 


1 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 



23 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 5. — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

IDAHO DISTRIBUTION OF SALES. BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States Only 

(AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


Establishments Repohtino Distribution of Sales 


Type op Establishment 


Num- 
ber 


Net 
sales 


Total 
expenses 


Num- 
ber 

of es- 
tab- 
Ush- 

ments 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 


Net 
sales 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 


Total 
expenses 


Sales to 

retailers 

for 

resale 


Sales to 
home 
con- 
sumers 

{at 
retail) 


Sales to 
indus- 
trial 
users 


Sales to 


Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


sale 
organi- 
zations 


Total for State 


768 


»50,689 


$7,359 


471 


61.3 


$35,836 


70.7 


$4,472 


12.S 


$24,366 


$1,406 


$3,629 


$6,435 


imOLESALERS PROPER 




























Total 


219 

18 
4 
10 
44 
14 


23,879 


3,193 


189 


86.3 


21,498 


90.0 


2,660 


12.4 


16,919 


882 


2,043 


1,654 


Automotive products 

Chemioals 

Faun products-raw materials 

Farm products-consumer goods 

Fans supplies 


828 

180 

733 

3,723 

1,814 


225 

51 

80 

599 

333 


18 
3 
6 

31 
7 


100,0 
75.0 
60.0 
70.5 
50.0 


828 

137 

304 

3,258 

1,023 


100.0 
76.1 
41.5 
87.5 
56.4 


225 

36 

32 

511 

114 


27.2 
26.3 
10.5 
15.7 
11.1 


667 

54 

33 

2,565 

238 


111 

20 

122 

73 


42 
83 

122 
1 

683 


8 

129 

570 

35 


Groceries and foods (except 

farm products) 
Hardware 


63 

6 


11,700 
1,713 


982 
379 


63 
5 


100.0 
83.3 


11,700 
1,132 


100.0 
65.1 


982 
234 


8.4 
20.7 


10,567 
669 


142 

154 


149 
306 


842 
3 


Machinery, equipment and sup- 
plies (except electrical) 
Petroleum and its products 


U 
9 


442 
551 


84 
154 


11 
7 


100.0 
77.8 


442 

510 


100.0 
92.6 


84 
152 


19.0 
29.8 


9 

335 


75 


399 
80 


34 
20 


Tobacco and its products 

(except leaf) 
Waste materials 
All other kinds of businesB 


6 

9 
25 


618 

126 

1,451 


41 

40 

225 


6 

7 

25 


100.0 

77.8 

100.0 


618 

95 

1,451 


100.0 

75.4 

100.0 


41 

24 

225 


6.6 
25.3 
15.5 


614 

2 

1,172 


1 
184 


90 
.88 


4 

2 

7 


AU, OTHER TYPES 




























Total 


549 


26,810 


4,166 


282 


51.4 


14,338 


53.5 


1,812 


12.6 


7,447 


524 


1,586 


4,781 


Amusement and sporting goods 

AutamotiTB products 

Chemicals 

Farm products-raw materials 

Fann products-consumer goods 

Farm supplies 


1 
1 
2 
142 
132 
5 


(I) 

(X) 

(X) 

5,908 

7,832 

(X) 


(X) 

(X) 

(x; 

822 
957 
(X) 


(X) 

(X) 

(X) 
46 
81 

(X) 


(X) 

(X) 

IX) 

32.4 

61.4 

(X) 


(X) 

(X) 
(X) 

1,978 
4,043 

(■:) 


(X) 
(X) 
(X) 

33.5 
51.6 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 

(X) 
163 
541 

(:-:) 


(I) 
(X) 
iX) 

8.2 
13.4 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 
(X) 

189 
1,685 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 
(X) 
48 

60 
(X) 


(X) 

(X) 

(X) 
718 
425 

(X) 


(X) 

(X) 

(X) 

1,023 

1,873 

(X) 


Groceries and foods (except 
farm products) 


14 


2,565 


206 


14 


100.0 


2,565 


100.0 


206 


8.0 


1,375 


28 


8 


1,154 


Machinery, equipment and sup- 
plies (aioept electrical 
Petroleum and its products 


6 

242 


152 

8,978 


62 

1,964 


5 
125 


83.3 
51.7 


129 

4,397 


84.9 
49.0 


47 
751 


36.4 
17.1 


7 
3,731 


2 
272 


96 
266 


24 
128 


Plumbing and heating equip- 
ment and supplies 


1 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Tobacco and its products 

[ except leaf) 
All other products 


1 
2 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 

(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 































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Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 1. — STATE OF !JTO)mro SUMMARY OF WHOLESALE TRADE, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

(All mines expressed in thousands oj dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Number of 
Ebtablish- 


Net Sales 




Full- 
time 
employees 
(average) 


Pay Roll 


Stocks 
on 


State and City 
Type of Establishment 


uents 




Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 


1929 


1933 


1929 


Amount 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


hand 

(end 

of 

year) 




1933 


1929 


THE STATE 


349 


283 


$19,117 


»34,661 


»2.745 


14.4 


10.2 


847 


n.265 


6.6 


*51 


i2.684 


Wholeaalera proper 


130 


91 


11.022 


15.891 


1.568 


14,2 


W,3 


455 


666 


6.0 


30 


1 495 


Kanufaeturera' salea branches 


14 


15 


709 


4.231 


194 


27,4 


9,6 


49 






7 




All other types 

Bulk tank stations 
Aaaeniblera and country buyera 
Cooperative marketing 

associations 
Elevators 
Other types 


205 


177 


7,386 


14,539 


983 


13.S 


iO.S 


343 


S13 


6.9 


14 


746 


155 
17 

U 

IS 

7 


113 
23 

12 

19 
10 


5,587 
350 

854 

477 
118 


5,326 
2,650 

2,270 
2,776 
1,517 


809 
52 

76 

38 

8 


14.5 
14.9 

8.9 
8.0 
6.8 


15.8 
3.9 

4.0 
5.8 

15.5 


279 
11 

34 

15 

4 


444 

19 

50 
19 

1 


7.9 
5.4 

3.5 
4.0 

0.8 


5 
3 

3 
3 


462 
38 

197 
45 

4 



87 



Census of 

Aoerioan 
Business 



WHBtESAlE DI3TRIBDTI0II: 1933 
TAB^E 2A. - STATE OF WYOMIBG UDBBER OP WH0M3ALB ESTASLISHMSBTS, BT TYPE ASD KIHD OT BOSINSSS 
FOR STATES ABB SELBOTKD CITIES 



Kind qf Business 


Total 


O CO 

If 


o 

o 

• « o 
• s^ 

tl o 

• d ja 


1^ 


Kind of BuBlness 


Total 


<> a, 

II 
If 


X 

o 


° s 


Total 


349 


124 


13 


212 


Srooerles and foods (emept farir. products | 
Luniber and building toaterials (other than 

metal) 
llaohinery, equipment and supplies (sxoept 

electrical) 
Petroleum and its products 
Plunbing and heating eqp't. and supplies 
Tobaooo and its products (e«oept leaf) 
'Taste materials 
All other products 


40 


29 


B 


a 


AmaaenieDit and sport In^r goods 


1 


1 


_ 


. 


2 


1 




1 


Autonwtive products 


13 


12 


- 


- 


12 


7 


4 




Chonioals 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 




1 


1 


- 


- 


Sleotrioal goods 


163 


7 


- 


166 




35 


7 


. 


28 




1 


- 


1 




?am products-oonaumer goods 
Farm supplies 


60 


in 


_ 


20 






?. 


. 


1 


B 


B 


- 


- 


Furniture and house furnishings 


1 


1 


_ 




3 


3 


- 


- 












19 


17 


- 


£ 



l/ The 212 "All other types" consists of the following: 

Llniited function wholesalers 

Farm producta-oonsumer goods 

Groceries and fooda (except farm products) 

All other products 
'anufacturers* sales branches, without stocks 

Msohinar7, equipment and supplies (except electrical) 
ConsTilsslon raerohants 

Farm products-raw :naterials 

Petroleum and its products 
Bulk tank stations (petroleum) 



6 Assemblers and country bi^yers 17 

2 Farm products-raw materials 10 

2 Fann products-consumer goods 7 

2 Cooperative rmrketlng aasoolAtions 11 

1 Farm products-raw nateri&ls 2 

1 Farm products-consumer goods 7 

2 Fann supplies 1 
1 Luniber and building materials (other than metal) 1 
1 Elevators (farm products-raw iraterials} 16 

155 Cream stations [farm products-^consumer goods) 6 



■*** WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Amencan Table 2 B.— STATE OF WTOBISa WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 6,000 Population and Over 

{AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount leas than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pat Roll 




State and Citt 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (and 


Kind of Business 


Ush- 
ments 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 


IHE STATE 


S49 


19,117 


2,746 


14.4 


64 


1,268 


ei 


a.684 


lhol«Ml«ri proper 


ISO 


11.022 


1,566 


14.2 


466 


•66 


ao 


1,496 


Itoaaftoturera • lalei branohe* 


14 


709 


194 


27.4 


49 


66 


T 


448 


ill otter typei 


t06 


7,866 


963 


IS .3 


84S 


613 


14 


746 


IHOUaULERS PBOPEB 


















AntODOtire prodoot* 


12 


1,069 


226 


20.7 


69 


HI 


1 


276 


f&rm products-raw imtarlali 


7 


403 


28 


6.9 


12 


9 


- 


46 


yarn produota-oonsamer ^oda 


31 


2,244 


426 


19.0 


123 


174 


7 


81 


arooerlas and foods (exospt farm prodnoti) 


S2 


5,792 


666 


9.0 


169 


246 


9 


623 


Kaohlnery, aqulpment and rappllea (ozoept 


















sleotrloal) 


7 


263 


66 


22.1 


13 


•11 


S 


126 


patroleoD and Its products 


7 


193 


34 


17.6 


12 


16 


1 


16 


lokacco and Its products (azoapt leaf) 


B 


262 


26 


9.9 


9 


14 


1 


23 


Ikste oatsrlals 


S 


sr 


'6 U.« 


8 


'fi 


m 


89 


111 kinds of baslnasa 


26 


689 


196 


26,4 


40 


70 


e 


66 


MAIUPACrnRSRS' SAI^S BEABCUSS 


















■Bohlnsr?, equlpntnt and supplies (ezoapt 


















slsotricall 


4 


496 


167 


31.7 


42 


•9 


^ 


428 


All other kinds of business 


10 


214 


37 


17.3 


7 


17 


7 


16 


ALL OTHEB TYPES 


















BULK lAHE STATIO£S (petrolsuial 


lee 


6.667 


609 


14.6 


279 


444 


6 


462 


A8SBUBLEBS ABC CODIITRY BUY^S 


17 


360 


62 


14.9 


11 


li 


I 


38 


Iiara products-raw materials 


10 


261 


43 


16.3 


e 


17 


I 


84 


?arm produota-oonsuner goods 


7 


69 


9 


13.0 


s 


2 


1 


4 


OOOPBHAIIVE IIABKETIHG ASSOCIATIONS 


n 


664 


76 


6.9 


34 


SO 


3 


197 


Parm praduots-oonsumer goods 


7 


676 


67 


6.4 


17 


u 


1 


146 


All other klods of business 


4 


179 


19 


10.6 


17 


12 


I 


51 


BLBVATORS (gram) 


16 


477 


36 


6.0 


16 


19 


1 


46 


in-HjiH TYHS8 


7 


116 


6 


6.8 


4 


1 




4 


CI 


laa OP 


S.OOO W 20, 


500 POPDLATl 


n 










fotal 


ISl 


12,420 


1.837 


14.8 


649 


640 


82 


1,904 


CABPEB 
CBBYSHSB 


37 


4,376 


660 


12.6 


166 


234 


10 


722 


36 


4,076 


678 


16.6 


217 


343 


J 


664 


11 


702 


102 


14.6 


31 


60 


1 


M 


BOCK SPBINOS 
SUiatlHAH 


26 


1,466 


263 


18.0 


64 


102 


6 


176 


21 


l,e09 


244 


13.6 


71 


HI 


4 


288 



n 



IMt-7 

Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 3.— STATE OF »TDmre RECEIPTS FROM SALES OF MERCHANDISE AND SERVICE. BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 
(AU values expressed in thousands of doOars) 





Num- 


' 


TOTAI, 
Expenses 


Receiptb Fbom — 












Space rental 


Other sources 




ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Total net 
sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 

storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 








Kind of Business 


Num- 
ber 
of 

estab- 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 
of 

estab- 


Amount 
















lish- 




lish- 


















ments 




ments 




Total for State 


349 


♦19,117 


♦2,746 


14.4 


♦19,093 


»1« 


4 


•» 


1 


IS 


AutomotlTS proiluet* 


12 


1,089 


225 


20.7 


1,076 


8 


X 


4 


1 


1 


Fai« produets-raw materlalf 


SB 


1,338 


117 


8.7 


1,336 


1 


_ 


. 


1 


1 


rarm pro4uct»-con«\iner gooim 


50 


3,006 


495 


16.6 


3.006 


. 


9 


- 


. 




Varm suppllea 


3 


106 


22 


20.8 


104 


a 


- 


- 


. 


_ 


Groearies and food* (exeapt fam 






















products) 


40 


6,905 


676 


9.8 


B,90S 


- 


. 


. 


• 


. 


PetrolauB and it* produota 


1S3 


5,816 


647 


14.6 


5,812 


_ 


t 


4 


• 


. 


a\)baceo and lt» prodacta (oieept 






















leaf) 


5 


282 


2S 


9.9 


282 


_ 


. 


« 


. 


. 


■asta material* 


3 


67 


8 


11.9 


67 


- 


• 


_ 


. 


. 


All othar kind* of bnalnaaa 


se 


1.508 


427 


28.3 


1,506 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 



"^ WHOLESALE DISTRffiUTION: 1933 

Cenrasof 

American j^^^ 4.— STATB OP wroiaBO credit sales, by tipe of establishbent add kind of business 

BiuinesB 

For States Only 

(AS whua expressed in thousands of dcilars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information most be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Estaslishments 


ESTABUSHMBNTS RkPORTINO CkEDIT SaIBB 
















Oedit sales 


Total 






















Expense 


J 












Num- 
ber 


Net 
sales 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 


Net 
sales 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 


Amount 


Percent of 
sales 








Amount 




Type op Estabushmbnt 
Kind or Businxbs 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


AU 


Per- 
cent 










of 




of 




re- 


esub- 




of 










busi- 




busi- 




port- 


litk- 




sales 










ness 




ness 




ing 
credit 
sales 


meot< 






Tot«a for State 


MS 


»19,U7 


«a9 


77.1 


tl6,260 


8S.1 


tl0,681 


65.7 


55.9 


#2,403 


14.8 


























Total 


130 


11.022 


92 


70.8 


9,440 


85.T 


7,199 


76.2 


68. 3 


1,373 


14.8 


AntoootlTe produots 


12 


1,089 


9 


75.0 


690 


63.4 


529 


76.7 


48.6 


170 


24.6 


Fam produets-raw natarlala 


7 


403 


1 


14.3 


34 


8.4 


14 


41.2 


3.5 


3 


8.8 


Fani prodTiata-ooaaunara gooda 


31 


2,244 


22 


71.0 


1,847 


82.3 


1,331 


72.1 


59.3 


389 


21.1 


Orooarlsa and fooda (excapt fam 
























produota) 


32 


5,792 


27 


84.4 


5,346 


95.8 


4,625 


83.4 


79.9 


538 


9.7 


Haehlnary, afulpnant ud ttwllaa 
























(azoept alaetrieal) 


7 


ses 


4 


57.1 


229 


87.1 


208 


90.8 


79.1 


49 


21.4 


Petroleum and Ite produata 


» 


193 


4 


57.1 


190 


98.4 


36 


IS. 9 


18.7 


32 


16.8 


Tobacco and ita produeta (excapt 
























leaf) 


8 


282 


4 


80.0 


234 


83.0 


183 


78.2 


64.9 


23 


9.8 


ffaata matarlala 


9 


67 


1 


33.3 


58 


86.6 


S3 


56.9 


49.3 


3 


5.2 


All otber klada of tualnaaa 


20 


689 


20 


76.9 


617 


89.6 


240 


38.9 


34.8 


ise 


26.9 


All OTBER TYPES 
























Total 


219 


8,095 


177 


80.8 


6,815 


84.2 


3.482 


51.1 


43.0 


1.030 


15.1 


Fam produote-raw material* 


28 


935 


10 


35.7 


349 


37.3 


173 


49.6 


18.5 


28 


8.0 


Fam produota-eonauraera gooda 


19 


762 


5 


26.3 


269 


35.3 


228 


84.8 


29.9 


19 


7.1 


Fam auppllaa 


1 


(X) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Orooerlee and fooda (except far» 
























produota ) 


8 


113 


7 


87.5 


107 


94.7 


63 


58.9 


55.8 


10 


9.3 


Lumbar and building matarlala 
























bther than metal) 


1 


(I) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(Z) 


(X) 


(I) 


IX) 


(X) 


(I) 


Uaohlnery, equipment and auppllaa 
























(except electrical) 


5 


(X) 


5 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


PetroleuB and Ita product* 


1S« 


5,623 


148 


94.9 


5,443 


96.8 


2,422 


44.6 


43.1 


785 


14.4 


Plnablng and tiaatllig equlpairat 
























and auppllaa 


1 


W 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 



31 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 5.— 5TATE OF WTOMINS DISTRIBUTION OF SALES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States Only 

(AU valrtes expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


Establishments Repohtino Dibtbibution of Sales 












Per- 




Per- 


Total 










Type of Estabubhment 


Num- 


Net 


Total 


Num- 
ber 
of es- 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Net 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


expenses 


Sales to 
retailers 


Sales to 
home 
con- 


Sales to 
indus- 


Sales to 


Kind of Business 






sale 




ber 


sales 


expenses 


tab- 
iish- 
ments 


sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 

sales 


for 
resale 


siuners 

(at 
retail) 


trial 
users 


organi- 
zations 












ness 




ness 














- Total for State 


349 


»19,U7 


$2,745 


272 


77.9 


»16.261 


85.0 


f2,361 


14. S 


»13,057 


»742 


fi.ies 


»1,26S 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 




























Total 


130 


11.028 


1.568 


124 


95.4 


10,907 


99.0 


1,554 


14.2 


9,620 


383 


592 


312 


Automotive prodactt 


12 


1,089 


225 


12 


100.0 


1,089 


100.0 


226 


20.7 


906 


103 


51 


29 


rarra products-raw materials 


7 


403 


28 


6 


85.7 


369 


91.6 


25 


6.8 


17 


- 


206 


146 


Farm produote-conaumer gooda 


31 


2,244 


426 


30 


96.8 


2,233 


99.5 


42S 


18.9 


1,996 


148 


3 


86 


Groceries and foods [except 




























farm products) 


32 


5,792 


565 


32 


100.0 


5,792 


100.0 


56S 


9.8 


5,691 


23 


72 


6 


Machinery, equlineiit and 




























supplies (except electrical) 


7 


263 


58 


7 


100.0 


263 


100.0 


58 


22.1 


19 


- 


243 


1 


Petroleum and its products 


7 


193 


34 


6 


85.7 


192 


99.5 


33 


17.2 


179 


11 


1 


1 


Tobacco and its products (ex- 




























cept leaf) 


5 


282 


28 


5 


too.o 


282 


100.0 


28 


9.9 


282 


- 


- 


- 


Waste materidls 


3 


67 


8 


1 


33.3 


4 


6.0 


2 


50.0 


1 


- 


- 


9 


Ul other kinds of Ijusineso 


26 


689 


196 


25 


96.2 


663 


99.1 


195 


28.6 


529 


98 


16 


40 


ilL OTHKa 1TPES 




























Total 


219 


8,095 


1,177 


148 


67.6 


6,344 


66.0 


807 


15.1 


3,437 


369 


597 


961 


Farm products-raw materials 


28 


935 


89 


24 


86.7 


831 


88.9 


81 


9.7 


139 


64 


177 


461 


Farm products-consianer goods 


19 


762 


69 


13 


68.4 


728 


95.5 


65 


8.9 


352 


18 


9 


349 


"aim supplies 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


m 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


- 


- 


(X) 


'roceries and foods [except 




























farm prodxicts) 


8 


113 


11 


8 


LOO.O 


113 


100.0 


il 


9.7 


107 


5 


1 


- 


i.^Tiber and building materials 




























(other than metal) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(XI 


- 


- 


Machinery, equipment and 




























supplies (except electric^) 


6 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


- 


Petroleum and its products 


156 


5,623 


813 


96 


60.9 


3,010 


63.5 


455 


16.1 


2.430 


240 


195 


146 


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1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


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34 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Tahiti 1.— STATE OF COlORiBO SUMMARY OF WHOLESALE TRADE. BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 
Business 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

(AH values expressed in tluiusands o/ doUars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such date are included i 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 



State and Citt 
Type of Establishment 




THE STATS 

gholesalqra propsr 
ffbolesale merchants 
Sxportars 
Inportere 
Limited function wholesalers 

Mana.'acturers' salaa branchej 
fltb stoclu 
Klthout Btoolre 

Agents and trolcera 
Brokers 

Conniaslon loerchanta 
Uanufactarers' agents 
Other agents 

All other types 

Bulk tank stations 
Chain store warehouses 
Assentilers and country buyers 
CooperatiTs marlstiis 

assooiations 
Blevators 1/ 
Cream stations 2/ 
Other types 

Itholeaalerc proper 
Wholesale merchants 
Inportere 
Limited function wholesalers 

Kanufacturors* sales branches 
nth stocks 
Without stocks 

Agents and brokers 
Brokers 

Commission nsrcteints 
Manufacturers* agenta 
Other agents 

All other types 

Balk tank stations 
Chain store warehouses 
Aeseini'le ri; anu country' buyers 
Cooperative market ii^ 

associations 
Other tjpes 

1/ Includes 17 cooperative eleTatoi^ with sales aniintla; t 
2/ Cream statlor.s ware not included for the nost part In 19 



31,530 



4^10,0 
23 data. 



688^14.0 18.0 
434 , 8.6 - ; 
444iie.8! - 


268) 
137, 
.116 1 


372 
172 
161 


7.6 
3.4 

6.8 


2 

7 

r 7 


266 
i03 


150 2.9 

- - 2.3, 

, i 


44 


88 


1.7 


- 


16 



36 



Census of 

Ifflerioan 

Business 



TABLE 2A. - STCkTB OF COLORtJX) 



WOLESAIE BlSrPEIBDTlOIt: 1933 

SDMBEH OF IHOLESALB ESTABLISHMESTS, BT TYPE ABII KIBD OP BnSIJIBS3 

FOR STATES ATO SELEOTED CITIE 





Total 


o « 


Mfg.Bls. 
branches 


CO 

u 

1 ills 

as o r a *a 




Total 


•3 


Ufg.sU. 
branches 


g. 

<» « 

S .21 

■Q o i 


o 




Kind of BuslDsBS 


"1 

■St 


a o 

*a o 


IS 


la . 

rH o A a 
o h S o 

S 8 ? ti 


58 




1.823 


704 


1 

5HE STATE 


36 


62 


813 


696 


ZM 1 


1 

Msm. 

M ST B 


2* 


SS 




Totel 


35 


39 


46 


VI 


'jQusement and sporting goods 


24 


14 


6 


4 


. 


_ 


. 


. 


22 


12 


6 


•i 


. 


.. 


■ _ 




Moving picture fUmo 
Sporting goods (general line) 
Toys, novelties, and flrewortcs 
All other 


13 
6 
4 
2 

65 


4 
4 
4 
2 

52 


5 
1 

8 


4 


- 


- 


S 


- 


13 
4 
3 
2 

40 


4 
3 
3 

2 

27 


6 

1 

8 


4 


- 


* 


? 


- 


Autoncblles and other motor vehicles 
Automotive eqp»t«, aooessorles and parts 
Tires aiKi tuties 


6 
48 
12 

16 


3 

42 

7 

9 


2 
1 
S 

3 


- 


- 


- 


6 
4 


- 


3 
27 
10 

12 


1 

21 

6 

5 


2 

1 
S 

3 


— 


- 


- 


6 
i 


- 


Industrial chemlcsls 
paints and vamlsLja 
All other 

Clothing and furnishings 


3 

9 
4 

30 


1 
7 
1 

16 


1 
1 
1 

2 


- 


1 


- 


1 
1 

2 

10 


1 


3 

e 

4 
28 


1 
3 

1 

14 


1 
1 
1 

2 


- 


1 


- 


1 
1 
2 

10 


1 


Clothing, men's and boys' 

Clothing, women's and ohildran's 

Furnishings (general llnel 

Pumishlngs, man's and boys' 

Hosiery 

Millinery and millinery sujrplles 

Shoes and other footwear 

f^oal 


4 
10 
1 
4 
1 
6 
4 

17 


3 

5 
1 
4 

1 
2 

7 


1 
1 


4 


1 
1 


- 


4 

S 

1 


1 
S 


2 

10 
1 
4 

1 
6 

4 

12 


1 

6 

1- 
4 

1 
2 

3 


i 
1 


' 4 


.1 

1 


- 


4 

s 

1 


1 

4 


Progs and drug sundries 
Drugs (general line) 
BruRS ( specialty lines) 
Patent medicines 
Toilet articles and preparations 
All Other 

Dry goods 

Dry goods (general line) 
Knit goods 
' Notions 
Piece goods 
All other 


19 


13 


3 


2 


, 


■ 


. 


1 


IB 


9 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


i. 


8 
4 
1 
2 
4 

8 


7 

1 
1 
1 
3 

7 


3 


1 
1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


4 
4 
1 
2 

4 

7 


3 

1 
1 
1 
3 


3 


1 
1 


•- 


- 


1 


1 


2 
1 

1 
2 
2 

36 


2 
1 

1 
1 
2 

25 


6 


2 


- 


- 


1 
3 


- 


2 

1 

2 
2 

S3 


2 

1 

1 
2 

22 


£ 


2 


- 


- 


1 

3 


- 


Electrical appliances, eqp't. and supplies 
Radios and radio equipment 
Refrigerators 

Farm produots-raw materials 
Grain 

Hides, skins, and furs (raw) 
Horses and males 
LlvestoclE 
All other 

Farm products-ooneumer goods 
Dairy products (general line) 
Butter 
Cheese 

'!llk and cream 
All other dairy products 
Poultry and poultry products 
Dairy and poultry products 
Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 
All other 

Farm supplies 
Feed 
Seeds 
All other 


27 
6 

S 

197 


. 16 
6 
3 

20 


6 


2 


3 


an 


3 


154 


26 
5 
3 

36 


14 
5 
3 

8 


S 


2 


3 


18 


3 


3 
7 


145 

15 

2 

24 

11 

356 


11 
6 

1 
2 

149 


1 


~ 


3 

16 


z 

2 

15 

1 

12 


- 


132 

9 

5 
8 

178 


8 
4 
2 
20 
2 

96 


4 
1 

1 
2 

71 


1 


- 


3 

8 


1 

2 
16 

3 


- 


3 

S 

1 
12 


26 
1 
2 

68 
4 

38 

29 

183 

£ 

32 


22 

1 

3 

4 

16 

8 
91 

4 

30 


1 


- 


16 


2 

10 


- 


4 

1 

66 

20 
21 
66 

1 

? 


3 

1 

1 
11 

3 
71 

3 

10 


3 

1 

1 
8 
1 
56 
2 

9 


1 


- 


8 


1 
2 


- 


1 

2 

2 
6 

1 

1 


■ 16 
7 
7 


17 
6 


; 


- 


- 


- 


. 


1 
1 


5 
4 

1 


6 
3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 



96 



C«nsQB of 
Business 



TABLE 24. - STATE OF COLORADO 



WOLESALE DiaTRIBDTIONi 1933 

ITOlfflER OP mOLSSAlE ESTABLISHIJEHTS, BY TYPE AMD KIHD OF BDSDIESS (oontinued) 

POT 3TJTES AITD SELECTEE CITIES 





Total 


II 


Mfg.sls. 
branches 


U 
1 


Is 
i 2 

Si 


e 

3 


1^ 

°8 


Total 


ID n 


I.Ifg.Sls. 

branches 




o m 

i e 


e 

p 
o 

Is 




Kind of Business 


.1 


3 m 

O .Sri 




4A 

o .M 
in O 


O 0) 




19 


7 


1 
THE ST\TE 




2 


2 


le 


7 


DETIl 
5 


3S. 


2 




2 




?umiULre and bouse furnishings 


6 


_ 


2 


2 


China, glassnare and orooKery 

Floor oOTerings 

Furniture 

House furnishings (axospt as specified) 

^enersl merehaadiss 


2 

4 
5 
8 

1 


1 
1 

5 

1 


3 

2 

1 


- 


1 
1 


- 


1 

1 


1 
1 


2 

4 

4 
8 


1 
1 

5 


3 

1 
1 


- 


1 

1 


- 


1 
1 


1 
1 


Sroserles and foods (szoept farm products | 


182 


103 


39 


4 


19 


1 


3 


13 


89 


44 


19 


4 


14 




3 


5 


Groceries (general line) 

Confectionery and soft drlnXs 

Fish and sea foods 

Meats and meat products 

Other food and grooeiy specialties 

Hardwire 


30 
23 

4 

18 
107 

7 


iS 

20 
4 
10 
50 

5 


6 
34 


- 
2 
2 


3 

16 


1 


1 

2 
2 


7 
2 

1 
3 


13 

8 
3 

7 
58 

3 


6 
6 
3 
6 
24 

1 


19 


2 
2 


3 
11 


- 


1 

2 
2 


4 

1 


Hardware (general line) 
Hardware (specialty lines) 

Jewelry and optical goods 


5 
2 

18 


3 
2 

12 


4 


1 


- 


- 


2 

1 


- 


2 

1 

15 


i 
11 


2 


1 


- 


- 


2 

1 


- 


Jewelry (general line) 
ClooTcs and watches 
Other .lewelry specialties 
Optical goods 

Lumber and building naterials (other than metal) 


7 
1 
4 
6 

28 


7 
1 
1 
3 

19 


1 
3 

4 


1 


2 


- 


1 
3 


~ 


7 
1 
4 
3 

22 


7 

1 
1 
2 

13 


1 

1 

4 


1 


2 


- 


1 
3 


- 


Lumber and millworlc 

Asbestos products 

BrioK and tile 

Cement 

Slaas 

All other 

Uachlnery, eqp't. and supplies (except 
electrical) 


10 
1 
4 
3 
3 
7 

104 


6 

3 
2 
2 
6 

60 


1 
1 

1 
1 

27 


11 


2 


- 


2 

1 
16 


- 


6 
1 
4 
3 
3 
E 

96 


2 

3 
2 

2 
4 

45 


1 
1 
1 
1 

25 


10 


2 


- 


2 

1. 
16 


- 


Conmeroial nBChinery, eqp't. & supplies 
Construction m^hlnery, eqp't. & supplies 
Pann and dairy machinery and equipment 

Industrial machinery, eqp't. & sii^lies 
Bottles and bottling equipment 
Mechanical rubber goods 
Mill and mine supplies (general line) 
All other 

Professional equipment and supplies 

Serrloe equipment and supplies 
Barber and beauty parlor eqp't. i supplies 
Laundry equipment and supplies 
All other 

Transportation equipment and supplies 

Metals (except scrap) 


16 
4 
9 

47 

2 

3 

13 

29 

10 

IE 
7 
4 

4 

3 
21 


6 
2 
2 

21 
2 

1 

8 

10 

6 

13 
7 
2 
4 

9 


7 

6 

10 

2 
2 
6 

3 

2 

2 

4 


1 
1 

7 

1 
6 

1 

1 
7 


1 


- 


3 

1 
1 

9 

2 

7 

2 


- 


15 
4 
8 

44 
2 
3 

10 

29 

9 

14 
6 
4 
4 

2 

21 


6 
2 
2 

18 
2 

1 

5 

10 

6 

12 
6 
2 
4 

9 


6 

4 

10 

2 
2 
6 

3 

2 

2 

4 


1 
1 

7 

1 
6 

1 

7 


1 


- 


3 

1 
1 

9 

2 
7 

2 


- 


Iron and metal 
Sheet metr.1 products 
Other metal and metal works 

Paper and its products 


16 
4 
1 

18 


5 
4 

13 


3 
1 
3 


7 

1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


16 
4 

1 

IE 


E 
4 

10 


3 

1 
3 


7 

1 


1 
_ 


- 


- 


1 


Petroleum and its products 


499 


38 


6 


- 


- 


1 


- 


454 


33 


9 


1 


- 




- 


- 


23 


Plumbing and heating eqp't. & supplies 


21 


8 


11 


1 


_ 


. 


1 


. 


16 


6 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


r 


_ 


Heating equipment (general line) 

Pipes, Taives and fittings 

plunking & heating eqp't. (general line) 

StoTos and ranges 

All other 

Tobacco and its products (except leaf) 


2 
2 

e 

4 
5 

19 


1 
1 
3 
2 

1 
17 


1 

4 
2 
4 


1 
1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 
2 
4 
S 
E 


1 
I 
2 

1 
1 

7 


1 

£ 
2 
4 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 



37 



Censui of 

.American 

Business 



T.VBLii 2.'.. - 3TA:'S OF OOLOKADO 



■.THOLESAL^ ri'T^ISUTIOK: 1933 

rvin^.n of 1:0I.E;AXE E3T'3Ll;;HL'.Tr;, by type AKE XINE of 3U3INSSS (continued) 

P03 STATES .un) -ILECTa) CIT!JS 





Total 


■ ■ 1 
•S a 

O l4 


::fs.sis. 
branches 


0) 
(D 
O 


O ") 

'it 

O ID 


in 

Li 

E 


o n 

3§ 


Total 


ID W 
O t' 


Mfg. sis. 
brai.ches 


u 
o 
X 

E 


O M 


£ 

♦J 

O 

Is 


O « 


Kind of Business 


X 


O X 

si o 

*3 O 


.1 


Is 




19 


19 


THE 


3TATB 










11 


11 


DENVER 










yaste materials 


. 


_ 


. 


. 


. 


Iron and *»teel scrap 

Junk and Borap (general line) 

'Vaste paper, rags and rubber 

\11 other products 


2 

10 
7 

67 


2 

10 

7 

61 


2 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


1 
4 
6 

38 


1 
4 
6 

34 


1 


1 


_- 


1 


_ 
1 


- 


Bags and bagging 

Beer 

Flowers and nurserr stocK 

Forest products (except lurber) 

Leather 

leather soods 

newspapers and matj-zlnes 

Oils and pre ses (animal and vegetable) 

Rubber goods (general line) 

Vines and spiritous liquors 

Ml scW laneous kinds of business 


4 

10 

10 

2 

1 

I 

1 

2 

6 

IS 


4 
10 
9 
2 
1 
7 
3 

2 

6 
17 


1 

1 


1 




1 


1 


1 


4 
2 
9 
2 
1 
7 
4 

2 
5 
2 


4 

2 

a 

2 
1 
6 
2 

2 
6 
2 

1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 



l/ The "All other tjTpea" consists of the following: 



Importers 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 

Seeds 
Limited function wholesalers 

Clothing, men's and boys' 

Coal 

Grain 

Dairy products {^aneral line) 

MllK and cream 

poultry and poultry produots 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 

Groceries aiid foods (general line} 

Confectionery aiid soft drinlcs 

T'eats and meat products 

Other food 3.nd procer; specialties 

Tobacco and its products (except leaf] 

Petroleum and its products 

Miscellaneous kinds of business 
Sellinf^ a^rents 

Coal 

paper and its products 

Petroleum an" its products 
Other agents 

Kumiture 

House furnishine:s (except as specified) 
Bulk. tanX stations (petroleum) 



2 


2 


1 




1 




22 




1 




2 




1 




1 


- 


3 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


3 


3 


2 


1 


1 


- 


3 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


5 


E 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


452 


22 



Chain store warehouses 

Drugs (general line) 

Poultry aijd poultry products 

.'ruits and ve^i^etables (fresh) 

Groceries [general line) 
Assenblers and country buyers 

Grain 

Hides, slcins, and furs (raw) 

Livestoclc 

Other farm products-oonsumer goods 

Pair:/ T.roducts ( craneral line) 

rilK a. d cream 

poultr;,- and poultry products 

Dairy and poultry products 

bruits and ve^et-bles (fresh) 

t-'eed 
Cooperative rarKeting associations 
. Grai n 

Livestock 

Pairy products (general line) 

Butter 

Wilk and crean 

Poultry and poultry prod-acts 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 

Other farni products-consumer goods 
Elevators 

Grain 

Other farm products-rc-w materials 
Crenta stations 

f'ilk and cream 

Dairy and poultry products 



9 


3 


1 


1 


1 


- 


3 


1 


4 


1 


101 


9 


15 


- 


9 


3 


3 


- 


5 


- 


2 


- 


6 


- 


16 


2 


16 


2 


29 


2 


1 


- 


42 


5 


1 


- 


2 


1 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


I 


3 


- 


32 


2 


1 


1 


118 


2 


116 


2 


3 


- 


60 


- 


56 


- 


5 


- 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2B. — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

eOLOSillO WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHUENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All unities <zj>ress«d tn tkonaands of doUars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withhdd in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indjcates no infwmation or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total BicpENSEs 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and Citt 

Type of Estabushment 

Kind op Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


IB 8US 


1-823 


1239.028 


•82.976 


19it 


10.976 


816 .360 


issi 


•23.358 


■MUsaUrs ptojUT 

iC«nt* nd broker* 
111 other trP** 


728 

174 
139 

782 


102,6(7 
46.692 
47,996 
41.301 


19,944 
6,264 

1,493 
6.274 


19.4 
11.4 

3.1 
12.8 


6,862 

1,690 

641 

1.993 


9,267 

2,718 

773 

2.(22 


344 
38 

39 
110 


15,119 

4,969 

304 

2.976 


lOnZSlLBRS Hiom 
laaMmont ana ■portlOK goods 


14 


676 


210 


36.6 


79 


92 


4 


269 


Sporting goods (gsvial llsa) 
toys, ocnsltiss, sad flrssoAa 
All otbsr 

IntOBOtlT* prodaots 


4 
4 
6 

62 


232 
2S9 

104 

6.376 


78 
80 

67 

1,471 


2T.4 


16 
60 
14 

497 


28 

49 
20 

666 


1 
1 
2 

7 


76 

166 

27 

1.626 


AntoBoMles snd other aotor Tshlelss 
iBtOBOtils eqalpnat, •oessseriss and jurti 
nrss and tabas 

Chsolosls 


3 
42 

7 

9 


712 
1,967 
2,707 

1.630 


98 
686 

787 

696 


38.9 


62 

264 

181 

206 


83 
889 
278 

328 


2 
5 


50 

616 

1,060 

428 


Clothing snd ftmlshlngs 


17 


1.697 


271 


16.0 


64 


142 


28 


lU 


Clothing, Ben's snd toys' 
Clothing, somen's snd ohlldrsn's 
ftmlshli^s, Ben's snd ^tg*' 
All Other 

Coal 


4 
6 

4 
4 

9 


862 

698 
161 
801 

600 


109 
TO 
31 
61 

142 


28.7 


16 
U 

8 
17 

61 


62 

28 
17 
86 

64 


26 


17 
21 
29 

75 

14 


Drags snd drug sandrlee 


13 


4.271 


572 


13.4 


199 


268 




1,010 


Drags tgemral line) 
All other 

Dry good* 


7 
6 

7 


4,168 
109 

1.317 


523 
49 

261 


19.1 


187 
U 

94 


244 
24 

97 




991 
19 

268 


Slaotriosl goods 


26 


2,676 


790 


30.7 


239 


416 




411 


Klsetriosl sqaipaent snd sappllss 
Bsdlos snd radio S(^linent 
Befrlgerstors 

tsra iirodtote-rs« nsterlsls 


16 

6 
3 

21 


1,634 
634 

407 

6.742 


600 
133 
167 

626 


9.1 


166 
36 
49 

U2 


280 
56 
81 

218 


10 


267 
69 

76 

sn 


Srsln 
All ollisr 

IStb prodaot*-aon*aBsr goods 


12 
9 

166 


4,360 
1,382 

14,208 


260 
266 

3,119 


22.0 


97 
46 

887 


ue 

88 
1.163 


150 


286 

291 

437 


l&lry prodaots (gssersl lins) 
Ulk snd oresB 
All other diary prodnets 
Banltry and poultry prodaots 
Dairy and poultry prodaots 
Prolts and vegetable* (freah) 
All other 

Para san>lies 


23 

6 

4 
17 

6 
93 

6 

31 


1,934 
142 
364 

729 

70 

10,237 

737 

6.101 


680 
43 

U7 

210 

18 

1,897 

164 

1.198 


23.6 


216 
19 
89 
66 

7 

496 

46 

853 


280 
16 
54 

72 
6 

667 

66 

494 


13 

131 
23 


62 

9 

26 

4 

320 

27 

950 


feed 
Seeds 

All otter 

rornitore sad hooee farnlshlngs 


17 

7 
7 

7 


1,429 
1,284 
2,368 

848 


304 
263 

631 

150 


17.7 


111 
66 

177 

46 


120 
116 
268 

60 


16 


213 
224 

■' i ■. 

231 


lirooerlea and ftods (emspt farm prodaots 1 


112 


26,442 


3,909 


14.8 


1,545 


1,928 


18 


2,463 


Srooerles (gonorsl line) 

Confeatloneiy and soft drink* 

Htb snd sea foods 

Hs&ts snd meat irodaot* 

ill other food and grocery speolalties 


22 
22 

4 
11 
63 


16,316 

1.351 

410 

2,261 

6.105 


1,750 

363 

82 

606 

1,108 




660 

262 

23 

2U 

856 


439 

226 

42 

246 

475 




1.663 

138 

20 

161 

491 



S( 



^ "^ , WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF CraORiSO WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 6,000 Population and Over 

(AU valiies expressed in thousands of doUan) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual estabiiahments, but.aoch data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $600J 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Pull-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amoimt 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stookson 

hand (end 

of year) 


WH0IE3AIEB3 HIOKB (oontlmted) 
HarAvare 


6 


«1.2B« 


9260 


20.7 


77 


«127 


•4 


tClT 


Jewelry and optloal goods 


12 


S6S 


U8 


40.6 


62 


84 


2 


8TC 


Jewelry •peelaltles 
Optlosl good! 

lonber and tnildlng oatarlals 
(other than natal) 


9 
S 

19 


181 
184 

2.765 


66 

82 

702 


25.5 


29 
S9 

236 


82 
62 

S61 


t 
17 


49 

881 


Lmijber and Billwork 
Brlek and tile 
All other 

aaohiaery, equlpnent and aappliea 
(ezoept eleotrlaal) 


i 

s 

10 
50 


696 

657 

1.502 

6.812 


156 
168 
379 

1.847 


27.1 


61 

67 

UT 

728 


77 

101 
183 

1.060 


2 
16 

12 


848 

198 
295 

2,117 


Coioerolal maohlnerj.oqp't. and aappllee 
Industrial maolilnery.eqp't, and eappllea 

mil and mine supplies (general 1<qs) 

All other 

Professional equlinent and supplies 
SerTloe equlpnent and supplies 

Earlier and beauty parlor eqplpsant 
and supplies 

All other 

Other naahlnery, equipaant snd suppllea 

Xstals (ezoept sarap) 
Iron and steel 
Sheet metal pro<kiots 

Paper and Its irodnots 
Petroleum and Its produsts 


6 
21 

6 
IS 

S 
IS 

7 
6 

4 

9 


91 

6,169 

4,330 

839 

360 
658 

397 
161 

534 

1.296 


31 

1,301 

1,023 

278 

119 
271 

173 
98 

125 

479 


37. 


9 

5sa 

427 
111 

44 

102 

66 
36 

36 

177 


16 
775 
6S1 
144 

60 

127 

BS 

39 

78 

as 


10 
8 

2 

2 
2 

S 


19 

1,687 

1.188 

U9 

182 
221 

ISZ 

89 

108 
842 


S 

4 

13 


132 
I.IM 

2.388 


39 
440 

620 


26.0 


16 
162 

189 


21 
197 

298 


1 
1 

4 


29 

313 

6a» 


39 


4.S40 


884 


20.4 


317 


403 


7 


260 


Htmblng and heating equipment and supplies 
Plumbing and heating eqp't. (general line) 
All other 

tobaooo and Its produots (ezoept leaf) 
Waste materials 


8 


612 


208 


40.6 


62 


76 


6 


169 


S 

6 

18 


16« 

346 

8.544 


76 
132 

519 


6.1 


18 
34 

106 


26 

eo 

169 


8 

6 


34 

126 

228 


19 


422 


89 


21.1 


62 


46 


2 


U6 


Jonk and aorap (general llw) 
AU other 

All other kinds of business 
Bags and bagging 
Beer 

Flowers and nursery stook 
Leather goods 
Hewspapera and magazines 
Wines and splrltous Itquors 
Blsoellaneoue 

MABOTACITOERS* SALES BRAHCHE3 

WIIH STOCKS 


10 
9 

SS 


212 
210 

3.878 


50 

39 

985 


25.4 


20 
42 

446 


20 
26 

521 


1 
1 

SB 


120 
26 

658 


4 
10 
9 
7 
3 
S 
24 

135 


533 
540 
170 
606 
543 
298 
1,188 

33^16 


SO 

146 

72 
167 
191 

37 
352 

6.114 


16.3 


28 
52 
30 
69 

lie 

IS 
136 

1.327 


19 

59 

29 

101 

149 

IS 

161 

2.221 


1 
9 
1 
6 

21 
30 


38 
84 

40 

290 

75 

48 

138 

4.989 


intonotlve prockists 

Chanloals 

Drugs and drug sundries 

Eleotrlaal goods 

Furniture and house furnldiings 


S 
8 
3 
3 
6 
5 


944 

7,040 
1,779 

187 
6,313 

806 


292 

826 
93 
63 

457 
80 


30.9 

U.7 

E.2 

28.3 

8.6 

9.9 


101 

182 

22 

17 

141 

20 


167 

401 

59 

26 

209 

87 


3 


33 

1,996 

186 

64 

600 

114 



40 



U-4M 

Census of 
American 
Buflineas 



(An (X) in 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B STATE OF COLORiDO WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and CK'er 

(All values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
Ush- 
ments 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 
employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Net sales 


Amo<mt 


Per- 
cent 
of 

sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks ou 

hand (end 

of year) 


TITH STOCKS (oontlnned) 

Orooerlei and food! (ezospt fam prodnota) 
Jevalr; and optical goodt 
I,oa*er and bnildlng nateriali 

(otiiar than metal 1 
■aohlnsry, aqaipnent and anppllea 

(eioapt elaatrloal) 
■•tala (aioapt aorap) 
Fapar aiid Ita prodoota 
fatrcfleam and ita prodogta 
PlanMns and heating aqnipmant and sappllea 
All other kinds of tioalnasa 

WITHOOT 3T00K3 


39 

4 

4 

27 

4 
3 
6 
11 
5 

39 


f 10 ,022 
225 

1,351 

1.759 

1,278 

42S 

aoo 

1,414 
670 

13.376 


»1.8S2 
9S 

191 

507 
76 
98 
89 

339 
68 

1,150 


18.5 
42.2 

14.1 

28.8 
6.9 
22.9 
29.7 
24.0 
10.1 

8.6 


339 
34 

67 

204 
18 
33 

28 

lis 

18 
268 


»673 
54 

112 

285 
29 
46 
39 

171 
24 

497 


♦10 

6 

4 
2 
1 

6 
8 


♦812 
41 

202 

776 
66 

12 

390 

77 


imaanant end sporting gooda 

Coal 

Oroosriaa and foods (ezoept farm prodnatal 

Uaohlnery, eqaipmnt and sappllea 

(exoept eleotrloal) 
liatals (exoept sorap) 
All other klnda of liaainess 

ASBBTS ADD BROKERS 


4 
4 

4 

n 

7 
9 

45 


749 
1,223 
3,643 

1,471 
3,886 
2,404 

23.062 


195 

60 

399 

139 
104 

253 

485 


26.0 
4.9 

11.0 

9.4 

2.7 

10.6 

2.1 


68 
12 

80 

38 
22 
58 

124 


101 

26 

148 

67 
65 
■90 

232 


1 
6 
1 

8 


92 


Fam prodoota- ra« materials 

Farm prodaota-oonsamer goods 

Orooeriea and foods (exoept farm produota) 

All otber Unda of taislneaa 

COUaSSION UERCHAKTS 


3 
16 
19 

7 

36 


7,449 

3,738 

10,751 

1,114 

a. 621 


158 
96 

166 
66 

697 


2.1 
2.6 
1.5 
6.8 

3.2 


31 
22 
57 
14 

315 


76 
36 
97 
24 

894 


2 
8 

2 
1 

28 


8 

84 

60 

136 


Farm produota- raw materials 
Farm produota-oonsumer goods 
All other kinda of baslnass 

MAHtlFACTDRERS ' ASESTS 


20 
12 

3 

62 


19.241 

1.746 

634 

2,303 


878 
199 
126 

166 


1.9 
11.4 
19.7 

6.7 


91 

183 

41 

60 


194 

137 

68 

66 


14 

11 
3 

3 


40 
15 

81 

62 


Aatomotive prodnots 

Chemloals 

Clottiing and fiirnishings 

Eleotrloal gooda 

Groseries and fooda (exoept farm produota) 

Lamber and building materials 

(other than metal) 
■aohlnsry, eqaipient and suppliea 

(exoept slaotrloal) 
All other kinds of business 

OmSB AIXSTS 


5 
4 
10 
3 
3 

3 

16 
B 

7 


279 
62 
289 
322 
342 

249 

516 
261 

1,019 


16 

12 

12 

8 

2 

26 

68 
22 

156 


5.4 
19.4 
4.2 
2.6 
0.6 

10.7 

11.3 
8.8 

15.3 


5 

4 
4 
5 

10 

23 
9 

42 


7 
6 

2 
2 

18 

19 

12 

81 


1 
2 


1 
6 
2 

1 

20 

10 
28 

U 


Coal 

All other klnda of baslnass 

ALL OmiB TTFB3 

EOI£ TAIEC STAT10H3 (patrolaon) 


3 

4 

462 


861 
158 

17.237 


118 
38 

2,681 


13.7 
24.1 

15.6 


28 
14 

1.118 


61 
20 

1.584 


28 


14 
1.324 


OHIIS STCnS WAREBOnSSS 


9 


6.661 


542 


8.1 


177 


228 


8 


349 


urooarlas and fooda (azoapt farm prodoota 
All athar klnda of bnainsaa 


4 
6 


4; 711 
1,960 


351 
191 


7.5 
9.8 


114 
68 


168 
70 


2 
6 


60 
299 



41 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 



Table 2B. — STATE OF 



eOLOBiSO. BHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such d^ta 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than 1500] 



State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Bctsiness 



ALL OlSEB rrnSS {aoatlsaad) 

AS3E1CB1BBS AHB OOUHTIIT BCTYEHS 
Farn prodaata-oonBomer goods 
All other Unda of tiaalneaa 

COOPBEATIVE UAUKKTISG ASSOCIATIOHS 
ntrm prodoota-rav aaterlala 
f^Tm prodoote-oonsamer gooda 

SIZVAT0R3 (grain) 
CKEAM 3TATI OBS 



Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



101 



Net sales 



42 



118 



<0 



Wholesaler* pnpar 
Hanafaotarera' aalea branahea 
Agent a and brokers 
All otiner typea 

VHOLS BALERS mOVSR 

Aaaaefflent and sporting goods 
AtttoBotiTe prodaata 

Vires and tobea 

All other 

Cbanieals 

Clothing and famishing* 

Goal 

Drugs and dng sandries 

Drags 

All ofhar 

Dry goods 

Bleotrioal gooda 

Bleotrlaal eqalpment and sopplles 
fiadicsand radio eqaipnent 
Eefrigerators 



S9S 



402 

139 

113 

41 



12 



27 



Fans produots-rav 
Srain 
All other 



nateriala 



Tarn prodnots-aonsnmer goods 
Dairy prodaots (general line) 
Poultry and poultry predtnts 
Fruits and Tegotable* (fresh) 
All other 

Farm asppliea 
Seeda 
All other 

Furnitare and houae lUrniAlnga 
Srooeries and foods (ezoept farm prodaots) 

erooeriee (general lira) 

Oonfeotlonery and soft drinks 

Fish and sea foods 

Heats and meat prodaots 

Other toot and grooery speoialties 



15 



72 



S 

a 

ES 
S 

10 



7 
48 
9 
7 
3 
5 
24 



♦4.647 



2,623 
2,024 

7,143 



Total Expenses 



Amount 



»666 14 

467 "17. 8 
18S 9.3 



Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 



Full-time 

employees 

(average) 



2,472 
4,671 

5,168 



445 



1B2.2BS 



75 ,866 
44,658 
44,163 

17.599 



401 



64 

337 



898 



97 



23.342 



498 



4.374 



2.607 
1,767 

1.267 



1.644 



407 



3.068 



2,957 
109 



(X) 



2,295 



1,SEE 
,533 
407 

4,242 



14,473 
6,839 
1,314 
1.716 



6.6 



2.6 
7.2 



17.4 



21.8 



12.8 



206 



Pat Roll 



Total 



153 

53 



108 



318 



66 



7.710 



182 



1,172 



766 
416 



498 



260 



85 



416 



366 
49 



19.1 

13.1 

3.0 

9.8 



36.5 



26.8 



39.3 



16.8 



20.9 



13.5 



(!) 



671 



3,162 
1,080 

9.424 



866 
462 

7.146 
950 

2.932 



1,063 
1,869 

849 



18,443 



9.654 
864 
409 

2,143 

5,473 



381 
133 
157 

404 



175 
229 



1.461 



378 
103 
749 

231 

681 



196 
486 



150 



3,075 



1,183 
241 

81 
589 
974 



5,172 

1,466 

488 

685 



75 



378 



166 
212 



166 



60 



32 



133 



W 



29.2 



9.6 



16.6 



23.2 



17.7 



16.7 



121 
12 



(3t) 



209 



126 
36 
49 

108 



74 
29 



582 



110 
47 

356 
69 

193 



49 
IM 



46 



1.Z18I 



230 

22 

234 

283 



151 
93 

190 



36 

155 



385 



46 



Part- 
time 



>41 



Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 



23 



23 



11.060 



7,069 

2,620 

688 

793 



226 



82 



609 



267 
262 



270 



166 
30 
2S 

16 



137 



40 



208 



179 
U 



(X) 



861 



216 
66 
81 

162 



748 



166 
68 

429 

106 

279 



28 



(Z) 



40 



91 
188 



60 



671 

183 

42 

236 

406 



U 



J[2W 



102 
172 



76 



17 
68 

964 



16.731 



10,990 

4,603 

226 

712 



238 



1,376 



1,087 
849 

804 



127 
6. 

700 

681 
19 



(II 



369 

226 

68 

76 

466 



187 
268 



171 



26 

18 
98 
3D 



649 

166 
893 



231 



1,569 



96« 

76 

18 

156 

868 



Census of 
American 
Bnsiness 



Table 26.— STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

COLOEIDO WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS * 

For states and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU talues expressed in thousamds of dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


FuU-time 


Pat Roll 




State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 

sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 






hand {end 
of year) 


Kind of Business 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


{average) 


Total 


Part- 
time 




















Jm«li7 aad optiaal goods 


11 


(X) 


(X) 


(3^1 


(X) 


(X5 


(X) 


(X) 


loiber *Di bonding materialg 


















(otkM than ngtal) 


18 


$2,306 


f678 


26.1 


194 


1296 


*14 


9688 


Brtok and tile 


S 


657 


168 




67 


101 




198 


All other 


10 


1,748 


410 




127 


194 


14 


440 


■aohlnery, equljasnt and snppllei 


















(exsept eleotrlaal) 


46 


5.248 


1.501 


28.6 


S66 


817 


12 


1.608 


Comarslal naohinry, eqp't. k npplle* 


6 


91 


31 




9 


16 


^ 


19 


Indoitrlal machinery, eqp't. k aapplies 


16 


3.631 


960 




377 


543 


10 


1,104 


■111 and Bine eappllee (general line) 


e 


2.792 


682 




265 


399 


e 


665 


All other 


IS 


889 


278 




112 


144 


2 


M» 


Frofeaaional eqnlpmnt and snppllaa 


5 


360 


lis 




44 


60 




178 


Serrloe eqalpiient and supplloa 


12 


642 


267 




100 


126 


2 


199 


Barlier and bsaaty parlor 


















eqalpient and sappllea 


6 


811 


169 




64 


87 


2 


UO 


All other 


« 


261 


98 




86 


89 




89 


All other naahlnery, eqp't. and Boppllea 


4 


634 


125 




85 


78 


. 


106 


letale (except sorap) 


9 


1.296 


479 


87.0 


177 


218 


2 


842 


Iron and steel 


e 


132 


39 




15 


21 


1 


2t 


Sieet metal prodnota 


4 


1,164 


440 




162 


197 


1 


SIS 


Paper and Ita prodoata 


10 


2.142 


562 


26.2 


168 


271 


4 


694 


P«tral«an and Its prodaati 


9 


3.082 


580 


18.8 


231 


310 


2 


18S 


PlnnWng and beating eqalinent and sappliea 


6 


478 


193 


40.8 


47 


66 


8 


180 


Tobaeoo and Its prodaata (exaept leaf) 


7 


7.062 


428 


6.1 


76 


120 


3 


18£ 


taste materials 


u 


307 


51 


16.6 


61 


28 


- 


8i 


Waste paper, rags and rubber 


6 


186 


38 




88 


21 


_ 


5 


All other 


S 


121 


18 




13 


7 


- 


84 


All other kinds of baslnass 


36 


2.899 


671 


23.1 


327 


401 


11 


664 


Bags and bagging 


4 


638 


SO 




28 


19 


1 


88 


Flovera and narsery etoak 


8 


163 


68 




27 


26 




u 


Leather mods 


6 


628 


186 




61 


89 


6 


288 


Vines and spirltoas liquors 


e 


294 


35 




13 


12 




43 


lUsaellaneoaa Xj 


12 


1,381 


407 




198 


265 


4 


343 


MAWTPACTTmSBS • SALES TOABCHSS 


















WITH STOCKS 


102 


31 .418 


4,729 


15.1 


1,212 


2,042 


23 


4,808 


Amaement and sporting goods 


6 


944 


292 


30.9 


101 


157 


_ 


S3 


AatomotlTe prodaata 


8 


7,040 


825 


11.7 


182 


401 


3 


1,995 


Chemicals 


3 


1,779 


93 


6.2 


22 


59 




186 


Drugs and drug sondrlea 


S 


187 


63 


28.3 


17 


26 


. 


6i 


^leatrloal eooda 


6 


5,313 


457 


8.6 


141 


209 


_ 


600 


Rimiture and house farnl*lnge 


6 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Greoerlss and foods (szoept farm prodnots) 


19 


8,361 


1,695 


19.1 


262 


452 


4 


269 


Lonber and building smterlals 


















(other Ihan metal) 


4 


1,361 


191 


14.1 


57 


112 


6 


202 


liaohlnpry, equipsent and applies 


















(ezoept elcotrloal) 


25 


1,715 


494 


28.8 


199 


279 


4 


730 


■etals (exaept eorap) 


4 


1,278 


76 


6.9 


18 


29 


2 


66 


Paper and Its produats 


3 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


IX) 


(X) 


Plamblog KvA heating equlpient and aappliee 


» 


1,290 


306 


23.9 


107 


162 


4 


363 


AU other kinds of tnaineea 


T 


998 


181 


18.2 


55 


88 




138 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2B. — STATE 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

eOUJSiSO RHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For states and Cities of 6,000 Population and Ova 

(AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $600J 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 
employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and Citt 

Type of Estabushment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


BEIVEB (aontinnsd) 
WIUHODT STOCKS 


37 


tlS.240 


•1.110 


8.4 


253 


•478 


•7 




ianuamst and ijortii^ goodi 

Coal 

SrooarUt and food! (ezaapt farm prodaoti) 

■aohlnary, aqolpMnt and supplies 

( except elsatrloal) 
■etals (ezaept aarap) 
ill ottaar kinds of basinesa 

AQBJTS AHD BR0KEB3 

BBCSEB3 


4 
4 
4 

10 

7 
8 

32 


749 
1,229 
3,643 

(fl 

3,886 
(X) 

20.662 


196 

to 

399 

(X) 

104 
(X) 

443 


26.0 
4.9 

11.0 

(X) 
2.T 

(X) 

2.1 


63 
12 
80 

(X) 

u 

(X) 

113 


101 
26 

148 

(X) 

66 

(X) 

21S 


(» 
6 

(X) 

6 


(X» 

(X) 

92 


Para produots-oonsojner goods 

erooerloe and fooda (except farm prodnots) 

All other klnda of baslnsss 

onnnssioB ierchabts 

Para produote-raw naterUls 
All other kinds of business 

MimjPACTtninis' ageitps 

Automotive prodnots 

Chemloals 

Clothing and farnishli^s 

Ileatrloal goods 

Oroosrles and fooda (exoept farm prodiwtsi 

Lonber and tall ding naterlals 

(other than metal) 
llaohlnery, eqnlpment and supplies 

(exoept eleotrloal) 
All other klnda of Insiaess 

OIHBB AOEIITS 
Coal 
All other klnda of bialiaaa 

ALL OTBEB TTFES 

BULK TANK STATIOIB (petroleum) 
CHAIH STORB WAREHOOBES 
ASSEMBLEBS AND OOtJOTRT BOTEBS 

Para iroduate-raw materials 

Parm prodnots-oonsumer goods 

COOPEBAIITB MARKETING A3SO0IATIOB8 


3 

8 

14 

7 

22 


7,449 

3,299 
8,790 
1,114 

20,189 


168 

to 

140 
65 

660 


2.1 
2.4 
1.6 

s.e 

2.8 


31 
18 
60 
U 

273 


75 
82 
86 
24 

325 


2 

1 
1 
1 

16 


8 

94 

60 

68 


18 

4 

B2 


18,807 
1,382 

2,303 


367 
193 

166 


2.0 

14.0 

6.7 


88 
186 

60 


189 
196 

66 


14 

1 

9 


36 

28 

62 


5 
4 
10 
3 
3 

3 

16 

8 

7 


279 
62 
289 
322 
342 

243 

B16 
261 

1.019 


16 

12 

12 

8 

2 

26 

68 
22 

166 


b.4 

19.4 

4.2 

2.5 
0.6 

10.7 

11.3 
8.8 

15.3 


6 

4 
4 
5 

10 

29 
9 

42 


7 
t 
2 

2 

18 

19 
12 

81 


1 
2 


1 
6 
2 

1 

20 

10 
23 

u 


3 

4 

22 


861 
168 

4.919 


118 
38 

688 


13.7 
24.1 

14.0 


28 
U 

288 


61 
20 

972 


2 


14 
266 


9 


5.124 


434 


8.6 


137 


172 


7 


2<7 


11 


2.968 


444 


18.8 


11* 


161 


7 


209 


6 
6 

6 


1,273 
1,095 

5.194 


250 
194 

150 


19.6 
17.7 

2.9 


66 
60 

44 


113 
48 

88 


1 
6 


184 
19 


o: 


ins OP 


60,000 TO 1( 


0,000 POPOL 


in OH 










PDEBLO 


82 


12.259 


1.763 


14.6 


679 


908 


36 


1.959 


Wholesalers proper 
Uanufaoturars' sales bramhes 
Agents and brokers 1/ 
All other types 


61 

15 

4 

12 


7.760 
1,096 
1,670 
1.764 


1,330 

268 

21 

164 


17.1 
24.5 

1.3 
9.6 


544 

76 

6 

56 


698 

121 

9 

80 


28 

4 

4 


1.684 
111 

168 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2B. — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

OOIOBUX) WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All valties expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amoimt less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pat Roll 




State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (end 


KiKD OF BUSINEBS 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 


roiBLo (aaaninwai 


















WETXJSSALEIIS IDOPEB 


















IntoBOtlT* irodDott 


4 


»S9B 


»114 


29.0 


47 


»69 


•2 


•92 


OhMElaalt 


S 


198 


78 


86.9 


80 


40 




98 


Vmra prodaott-aonsaigar good* 


10 


806 


116 


14.3 


44 


5S 


9 


50 


arooeria* sxl foods (ezoapt iaxa prodnats) 


8 


1,969 


181 


9.2 


60 


79 


1 


207 


■aoliliBry, aqaljasnt and snpplloi 


















(•zovpt alaatriaal) 


3 


1,B48 


844 


22.8 


168 


282 


- 


EOS 


lobaoao and ita prodnota (azoapt laafl 
All otbar klnda of baainaaa 2/ 


S 


777 


82 


4.1 


16 


14 


1 


84 


20 


2,082 


471 


22.6 


185 


212 


16 


706 


UTOPACnBXBS* SAIZ9 BRASCHBS 


















Sroaarlaa and ftoda (azaapt fona prodaota) 


7 


715 


160 


22.4 


46 


71 


2 


32 


■aohioaTy, aqalpant and avppllas 


















(azaapt alaotrloal) 


a 


91 


24 


26.4 


7 


16 


- 


46 


All othar Unda of boaloaaa Ji/ 


6 


289 


84 


29.1 


22 


86 


2 


84 


ALL OILIER TTIBS 


















MtrolaoB and its prodaots 


T 


701 


96 


18.7 


a 


49 


. 


100 


All other klnda of baainaaa V 


e 


1,038 


68 


6.6 


u 


81 


4 


68 


c: 


TIBS OB 


»,000 10 a 


,000 pomiiA 


HOB 










eoioRAio saiHos 


BS 


7.410 


1.167 


15.7 


896 


582 


13 


684 


•kolaaalara proper 


37 


5,716 


879 


15.4 


304 


408 


10 


613 


All other type a 


1& 


1,694 


288 


17.0 


92 


124 


8 


71 


VltiB prodno tB-aonaaraer good a 


17 


2,298 


409 


17.8 


130 


139 


7 


61 


Orooarlaa and fooda (azoept fkni prodnota) 


10 


2,396 


216 


9.2 


98 


108 


2 


198 


Fetroletm and Ita prodoota 


9 


641 


111 


17.3 


ar 


67 


1/ 


46 


All other klnda of baainaaa 


17 


2,136 


482 


20.2 


131 


2B8 


4 


379 


0] 


TIBS OP 


e.OOO TO 20 


000 forjlat; 


OB £ 


f 








Total 


237 


17.649 


2.89S 


16.4 


1.008 


1.804 


71 


2.113 




19 


1.0U 


188 


17.6 


80 


92 


4 


131 


BOnLDES 


14 


673 


94 


U.O 


41 


66 


8 


86 


CABOl 01 TT 


IS 


l.»l 


248 


20.6 


78 


76 


14 


69 


DORABOO 


IS 


748 


112 


16.0 


87 


64 


6 


66 


KRT OOLLIBB 


18 


839 


110 


13.1 


36 


62 


1 


109 


GBABB JOTOnOB 


54 


3.878 


710 


18.3 


227 


311 


17 


726 


aRSBI.Br 


24 


2,696 


386 


u.e 


99 


U9 


4 


278 


LA JUBTA 


10 


247 


62 


21.1 


22 


27 


- 


18 


LOBtnOBT 


13 


680 


120 


20.7 


48 


62 


1 


60 




9 


896 


78 


19.7 


29 


88 


2 


39 


SALIDA 


IB 


276 


62 


18.8 


16 


2> 


8 


28 


SBRLIBO 


SI 


1,696 


224 


14.0 


102 


114 


6 


164 


nUBlSAS 


37 


3,038 


481 


15.8 


162 


200 


10 


273 


WAUBBBDRO 


11 


440 


96 


21.6 


42 


59 


1 


91 


X/ All dealing in groaerias mi fooda (ezaep 


fhrm p] 


odaota). 














i/ Inalodea 2 aatablishnenta dealing in ooal 


1 in d^ 


ngs and dr<i( 


; aandriea; 


in 


by goodat , 


I in fam pr 


)daata-ra 


r nateriale ; 


2 In farm aoppllaa; 1 in hardworet 1 in 


Jemlry 


and optioal 


goods I 1 in 


Imd). 


ir and bail* 


ling laterla 


ai 2 in 


imper and Its 


prodnatas 1 in plomblng and heating eqa 


pnent mi 


id aaFpliea; 


1 In waste i 


>ter: 


als; and 5 


m all othe 


r kinds o; 


baslneas. 


3/ Inalndsa 1 eatablliihnnnt dealing in furni 


lure and ihoase fnrni 


klngat 1 In 


Jeee: 


ry and opt 


oal goodas 


L in yatr 


>leam md 


its prodootai and Z in plwobing and hea 


ing aqn 


jment and sc 


pplies. 













^ lasladas 4 establishnsnta dealing in fam prodaat^-sonsnaier goodsi and 1 in grooaiy and fooda (azaapt fara prodaata) 
§j' Ke irtioleaale report reoaivad frcn the oity of Englewood. 



l>a»-T 

Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Tablo 3 STATE OF COLORADO RECEIPTS FROM SALES OF MERCHANDISE AND SERVICE. BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

For states Only 
(All values expressed in thousaTids of doUars) 





Num- 




Total 
Expenses 


Receipts From — 












Space rental 


Other sources 




ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Total net 
sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 

storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 










Kind of Business 


Num- 
ber 
of 

estab- 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 
of 

estab- 


Amount 
















lish- 




lish- 




















ments 




ments 






Total for State 


1,823 


4239,039 


$32,975 


13.8 


#836,879 


♦474 


U 


•87 


37 


♦1 


655 


Amvansnt md •porttss s>o<a 


24 


8,168 


697 


30.7 


740 








U 


1/1, 


528 


Autcmotl m prodis ta 


es 


12,695 


2,311 


18.2 


12,547 


148 


.. 


- 


• 




. 


Chauieals 


16 


3,571 


700 


20.8 


S,9fO 


- 


- 


. 


1 




1 


do-thlDB snA fTirnlahings 


so 


2,aos 


804 


13.8 


2,203 


- 


- 


- 


- 




. 


Drags and drug aandilas 


19 


4.681 


665 


14.2 


4,67B 


. 


2 


5 


. 




. 


Klectrloal 9oda 


36 


8,366 


1,290 


15.4 


8,234 


132 






_ 




., 


Farm ppoduote-raw Baterlala 


197 


42,093 


2,206 


5.2 


42,051 


37 


_ 


_ 


1 




5 


Farm products-eonaaar gooda 


396 


29,686 


4,585 


15.2 


29,673 


7 


3 


4 


2 




8 


Fam aappllea 


SS 


S,104 


1,1»8 


23.5 


5,103 








1 




1 


Fomltura md houao fomlaliliiga 


19 


2,091 


263 


12.6 


2,091 


.. 


_ 


_ 








(^ocerlea and ftioda (azeapt farm 
























piDduets) 


IBS 


56,268 


6,748 


12.0 


56,260 


. 


1 


2 


3 




6 


Umbar and buUdlng iiaterlala4<>tliap 
























than aatal) 


28 


4,718 


947 


20.1 


4,704 


6 


^ 


^ 


1 




8 


Maehinapy, aaulpaant mi anppllaa 
























(except alaotrleal) 


104 


10,D57 


SjSSl 


24.2 


10,378 


106 


^ 


_ 


10 


«/ 


73 


PetToleoB and Ita piredasta 


499 


21,960 


3,681 


16.8 


21,917 


22 


4 


11 






nasta matarlala 


19 


428 


89 


21.1 


428 








_ 




_ 


i.11 other klnda of bnalaaaa 


197 


38,562 


4,800 


14.7 


38,510 


16 


S 


5 


5 




31 


1/ Inoladea IS ezohangaa dealing In m 
Zj Inoludes 3 eatabllatnmta dealing 1 
»S8,000. 


tion pl< 


tore filaa i 


1th loflome 


fro. 


film rantalJ 


of ♦l,52( 


,000. 










n BBChli 


apy, eqaipni 


at and aipi 


Ilea 


with raeelpt 


a erom iiib< 


hina 1 antala ai onntlng to 





■«" WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American ^^^^^ 4.— STATE OF OOLOBAUO CREDIT SALES. BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States Only 

(All values expressed in thousands oj dcllars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Estabushments 


Establishments Reporting Credit Sales 
















Credit sales 


Total 
Expenses 










Num- 
ber 


Net 
sales 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 


Net 
sales 


Pe> 

cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 


Amount 


Percent of 
sales 






Amount 




Ttpe op Estabushment 
Kind of Business 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
re- 


All 
esUb- 


Per- 
cent 
of 










busi- 




busi- 




port- 


Ibh- 




sales 










ness 




ness 




ing 
credit 
sales 


ments 






Total for State 


1,8M 


289,086 


1.166 


68.9 


164,117 


64.5 


116,676 


76.2 


48.5 


24,758 


16.1 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 
























Total 


728 


102,647 


619 


71.8 


79,071 


76.9 


68,246 


78,7 


66.6 


15,588 


19.7 


inaeoent uul aporting gooda 


14 


676 


8 


67.1 


£38 


93.6 


464 


86.2 


60.7 


177 


32.9 


intomotlTe procacts 


bZ 


5.876 


44 


84.6 


2,784 


51.6 


2.176 


76.2 


40.6 


711 


26.6 


Cbemloala 


9 


1,630 


8 


8S.9 


1,466 


96.1 


916 


63.1 


60.0 


674 


39.5 


ClotMi^ and famlshlD^s 


17 


1,697 


16 


94.1 


1,696 


99.9 


1,467 


86.9 


85.9 


271 


16.0 


coal 


9 


600 


7 


77.8 


636 


69.2 


363 


66.0 


56.8 


127 


23.7 


Prat;3 end drug auodrloa 


13 


4,271 


10 


76.9 


4,170 


97.6 


3,864 


92.7 


90.6 


626 


12.6 


Dry gooda 


7 


1,317 


4 


67.1 


1,269 


96.4 


722 


56.9 


54.8 


238 


16.8 


Ileotrloal gooda 


ze 


2,676 


17 


68.0 


2,345 


91.1 


1,963 


83.7 


76.2 


697 


26.6 


ffem productB-raw materials 


a 


6,742 


7 


33.3 


3,802 


66.2 


1,142 


30.0 


19.9 


218 


6.7 


farm producta-oonflumer gooda 


156 


14,203 


113 


72.4 


12,350 


87.0 


9,934 


80.4 


69.9 


2,258 


18.3 


FSJiD aupplles 


31 


6,101 


19 


61.3 


1,667 


32.5 


1,206 


72.8 


23.6 


426 


26.7 


Itimlture and hOTiae famlshlnga 


7 


846 


4 


57.1 


841 


99.2 


775 


92.2 


91.4 


148 


17.6 


Groceriea and fooda (exoept 
























fain produota) 


112 


26,442 


72 


64.3 


14,963 


56.6 


12,311 


82.3 


46.6 


2,716 


18.2 


Hardware 


i 


1,268 


4 


80.0 


1,266 


99.8 


1,070 


86.2 


85.1 


269 


20.6 


Jevelr; and optical gooda 


12 


366 


10 


83.3 


358 


98.1 


316 


88.0 


66.3 


146 


40.5 


Lnaber and building mteriala 






(other than metal) 


19 


2,765 


IS 


78.9 


2,544 


92.3 


2,293 


90.1 


83.2 


644 


26.3 


Machinery, equipment and auppllea 
























(except electrical ) 


60 


6,812 


39 


78.0 


6,468 


94.8 


2,645 


41.0 


38.8 


1,767 


27.4 


Setals (except aorap) 


9 


1,296 


7 


77.8 


1,163 


89.0 


1,109 


96.2 


65.6 


433 


37.6 


Paptr and Ita products 


13 


2,388 


13 


100.0 


2,368 


100.0 


2,117 


68.7 


88.7 


620 


26.0 


Petrolenm and ita products 


39 


4,340 


29 


74.4 


3,968 


91.4 


1,863 


46.7 


42.7 


600 


20.2 


Plnnblng and heating, e4uipnant 
























and aupplles 


8 


612 


8 


100.0 


612 


100.0 


430 


84.0 


84.0 


209 


40.8 


Tohaoco and ita products (except 
























leaf! 


18 


8,644 


14 


77.8 


8,297 


97.1 


6,703 


60.6 


78.6 


609 


6.1 


Vaste materials 


19 


422 


7 


36.8 


188 


44.6 


90 


47.9 


21.3 


46 


24.6 


All other kinds of business 


63 


3,878 


44 


69.8 


3,644 


91.4 


2,336 


65.9 


60.2 


1,164 


32.8 


AU OtH£B TYPiiS 
























total 


1,09S 


136,188 


646 


69. 


76,046 


66.1 


E7,e30 


76.6 


42.3 


9,176 


12.2 


ABnaement and aporting goods 


10 


1,693 


4 


40.0 


674 


39.8 


473 


70.2 


27.9 


219 


32.5 


AutomotiTe products 


13 


7,319 


e 


61.6 


7,040 


96.2 


6,313 


75.6 


72.6 


826 


11.7 


Chemicals 


7 


1,841 


6 


85.7 


1,826 


99.3 


1,826 


99.9 


99.2 


103 


5.6 


Clothing and furaishli^s 


13 


606 


11 


84.6 


476 


93.9 


472 


99.4 


93.3 


31 


6.5 


Coal 


e 


(XI 


8 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(XI 


Drugs and drug sundries 


6 


410 


2 


33.3 


177 


43.2 


101 


67.1 


24.6 


48 


27.1 


try goods 


1 


(XI 


1 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


£leotrical goods 


11 


(X) 


9 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(X) 


Farm products-raw materials 


176 


36,361 


40 


22.7 


3,072 


S.5 


677 


28.5 


2.4 


265 


8.6 


?arm produots-cOEsumer goods 


200 


16,483 


44 


22.0 


7,643 


49.4 


5,143 


67.3 


33.2 


641 


8.4 


farm supplies 


1 


(XI 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Furniture and house fumiehii^s 


12 


1,243 


8 


66.7 


S7C 


70.0 


644 


97.0 


67.9 


89 


10.2 


arooaries and food products 


70 


29,826 


47 


67.1 


16,538 


62.2 


17,210 


92.8 


67.7 


2,305 


ii.-' 


Hardware 


2 


(XI 


1 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


c: 


Jewelry and optical goods 


6 


(II 


4 


(XI 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


;x) 


Lumber and bulldiog naterlals 


9 


(XI 


9 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


Uachinery, equipment and si^plies 


64 


3,746 


41 


76.9 


3,401 


90.8 


3,226 


94.9 


86.1 


661 


19.4 


Ketals (except scrap! 


12 


(X) 


8 


(XI 


4.738 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(Xl 


Paper and its produota 


6 


(XI 


4 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


petroleum and its products 


460 


17,610 


377 


62.0 


14,036 


79.7 


5,249 


37.4 


29.8 


2,246 


16.0 


Plumbing and heatli«,0(ip't.iaupplle( 


13 


(X) 


12 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


Tobaooo and ita produots(eicept leal 


1 1 


(XI 


- 


• 
















All other pi-oduota 


6 


397 


2 


40.0 


295 


74.3 


227 


76.9 


57.2 


62 


21.0 



4T 



iy»4 
Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 5.— STATE OF COLORADO 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

DISTRIBUTION OP SALES. BY KIMD OF BUSINESS AND TYP(; OF ESTABLISHHEm 

For states Only 

{All valtUs expressed m thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that ioibrmation must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


ESTABUSHHENTS REPOBTINO DlBTBIBTTnON OF SaLES 


Type of Establishment 


Num- 


Net 


Total 


Num- 
ber 
of es- 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Net 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Total 
expenses 


Sales to 
retailers 


Sales to 
home 
con- 


Sales to 
indus- 


Sales to 
whole- 
sale 
organi- 
zations 


Kind of Business 








ber 


sales 


expenses 


tab- 
lish- 
ments 


sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


for 
resale 


siuners 

{at 
retail) 


trial 
users 












ness 




ness 














Total for State 


1,823 


«239,035 


*32,975 


1,391 


76.3 


3192,233 


80.4 


$25,469 


13.2 


♦ill, 926 


5,241 


♦49,980 


«26,0e6 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 




























Total 


726 


102,847 


19,944 


642 


S8.2 


90,0BT 


•T.6 


16,056 


17.8 


68,(24 


3,447 


10.606 


7.380 


Amusement and sporting goods 


14 


576 


210 


10 


71.4 


480 


63.5 


ISl 


33.5 


390 


S6 


48 


6 


AutomotlTe products 


52 


6,376 


1,471 


50 


96.2 


2,870 


53.4 


740 


26.6 


2,103 


439 


191 


137 


Chemicals 


9 


1,530 


595 


7 


77.8 


1,378 


90.1 


658 


40.3 


t76 


334 


368 


- 


Clothing and furnlshli^s 


17 


1,697 


271 


16 


94.1 


1,467 


66.4 


208 


14.2 


1,451 


16 


- 


- 


Coal 


9 


600 


142 


5 


55.6 


317 


52.8 


46 


14.2 


243 


27 


30 


17 


Dru^B and drug sundries 


13 


4,271 


672 


13 


100.0 


4,271 


100.0 


572 


13.4 


4,262 


6 


- 


3 


Dry goods 


7 


1.317 


261 


6 


85.7 


1,303 


96.9 


249 


19.1 


1,301 


. 


1 


1 


Electrical goods 


25 


2,576 


790 


25 


100.0 


2,676 


100.0 


790 


30.7 


1,679 


270 


606 


216 


Farm products-raw materials 


21 


6,742 


525 


13 


61.9 


4,607 


60.2 


280 


6.1 


356 


39 


1,842 


2,370 


Farm products-consumer goods 


166 


14,203 


3,119 


137 


87.6 


;3,616 


95.9 


2,467 


16.1 


11,967 


604 


360 


695 


Farm supplies 


31 


5,101 


1,198 


13 


41.9 


1,123 


22.0 


SOS 


27.0 


774 


234 




lis 


Furniture & house furnishings 


7 


848 


150 


7 


100.0 


848 


100.0 


150 


17.7 


847 


1 


- 


- 


Groceries and foods 


112 


26,442 


3,909 


112 


100.0 


26,442 


100.0 


3,909 


14.8 


86,009 


210 


769 


464 


Hardware 


5 


1,258 


260 


5 


100.0 


1,258 


100.0 


260 


20.7 


1,018 


37 


172 


31 


Jewelry and optical goods 


12 


365 


148 


12 


100.0 


365 


100.0 


148 


40.5 


244 


- 


109 


12 


Lumher and Gilding materials 


19 


2,756 


702 


14 


73.7 


2,410 


67.6 


634 


26.3 


1,331 


560 


277 


242 


Machinery, eqp't. and supplies 


50 


6,812 


1,847 


48 


96.0 


6,526 


95.8 


1,792 


27.6 


627 


32 


3,002 


> 2,964 


Metals (except scrap) 


9 


1,296 


479 


6 


55.6 


18S 


4.3 

'4.3 


73 


39.6 


109 


7 


67 


2 


Paper and its products 


13 


2,388 


620 


10 


76.9 


1,058 


262 


24.8 


478 


61 


516 


3 


Petroleum and its products 


39 


4,340 


884 


33 


84.6 


4,195 


96.7 


858 


20.5 


2,644 


267 


1,062 


32 


Plumbing and heating eqp't. 


B 


612 


208 


8 


100.0 


512 


100.0 


208 


40.6 


336 


53 


119 


4 


Tobacco and its products 


18 


8,644 


619 


17 


94.4 


8,252 


96.6 


453 


5.5 


8,226 


11 


- 


IS 


Taste materials 


19 


422 


89 


16 


64.2 


356 


84.4 


64 


23.6 


40 


19 


269 


26 


All other kinds of business 


63 


3,878 


985 


60 


95.2 


3,644 


94.0 


853 


23.4 


2,523 


184 


916 


21 


ALL OTHffi TYPES 




























Total 


1,095 


136,188 


13,031 


749 


68.4 


102,176 


76.0 


9,4l4 


9.2 


43,302 


1,794 


39,374 


17,706 


Amusement and sporting ^ods 


10 


1,693 


487 


3 


30.0 


349 


20.6 


124 


36.6 


62 


_ 


257 


10 


AutomotiTe products 


13 


7,319 


840 


12 


92.3 


2,697 


36.8 


460 


17.1 


2,125 


28 


248 


296 


Chemicals 


7 


1,641 


106 


6 


86.7 


98 


5.3 


32 


32.7 


29 


3 


66 


- 


Clothinp and furnishings 


13 


506 


33 


13 


100.0 


506 


100.0 


33 


6.B 


506 


- 


- 


- 


Coal 


8 


(X) 


(X) 


(Xl 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(Xl 


IX) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


IXl 


Dru^s and dru*? sundries 


6 


410 


93 


6 


100.0 


410 


100.0 


93 


22.7 


305 


2 


103 


- 


Dry goods 


1 


(Xl 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


Electrical goods 


11 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


(X) 


IX) 


II) 


Farm products-raw materials 


176 


36,351 


1,681 


83 


47.2 


28,434 


78.2 


810 


2.8 


1,129 


427 


26,761 


1,117 


Farm products-consumer goods 


200 


15,483 


1,406 


142 


71.0 


10,883 


70.3 


1,110 


10.2 


6,766 


201 


S85 


4,342 


Farm supplies 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(Xl 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


IXl 


Furniture and house furnishing 


s 12 


1,243 


113 


12 


100.0 


1,243 


100.0 


113 


9.1 


1,046 


7 


1 


189 


Groceries and foods 


70 


29,826 


2,839 


61 


87.1 


26,365 


88.4 


2,759 


10.5 


16,982 


3 


507 


8,873 


Hardware 


2 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(Xl 


(Xl 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


Jewelry and optical goods 


6 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Lumber and building materials 


9 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(r.) 


(Xl 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


Jlachinery, eqp't. and supplies 


54 


3,746 


704 


48 


68.9 


3,251 86.8 


611 


16.8 


626 


73 


2,662 


- 


Ketals (except scrap) 


12 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(Xl 


(X) 


IX) 


{\) 


IX) 


IX) 


(X) 


(Xl 


Paper and its products 


5 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 1 (X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX( 


IXI 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


(Xl 


Petroleum and its products 


450 


17,610 


2,797 


304 


66.1 


10,674 


60.6 


1,626 


15.2 


9,067 


669 


669 


179 


Plumbin/T and heating 




























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13 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


(X) 


Tobacco and its products 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


IXl 


(X) 


U) 


AH other products 


5 


397 


120 


5 


lOO.O 


397 


100. 


120 


30.2 


370 


- 


25 


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60 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 1.— STATE OF HEW lEWCO SUMMARY OF WHOLESALE TRADE, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISWIENT 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 



Census of 
American 
Business 





Number of 
Establish- 
ments 


Net Sales 


Total Expenses 


Pull- 
time 
employees 
{average) 


Pay Roll 


Stocks 

on 
hand 
{end 

of 
year) 


State amd City 
Type of Establishment 


Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 


1929 


1933 


1929 


Amount 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 




1933 


1929 


■PHB STAT! 


448 


317 


»27,892 


153.647 


♦4,150 


14.9 


9.6 


1.293 


»1,9S7 


6.9 


61 


♦4.151 


Wholasalerj proper 


148 


97 


14.508 


26,882 


2,100 


14.5 10.5 


726 


1.013 


7.0 


29 


2,846 


Wholosale merchants 

Limited fanctlon vbolssalera 

Ifanufacturors' sales branches 


141 

7 

16 


97 
9 


14,409 
99 

909 


26,882 
1,597 


2,075 
25 

149 


14.4 
25.3 

16.4 


10.5 
6.5 


713 
13 

36 


1,002 
11 

56 


7.0 

11.1 

6.2 


26 

3 

4 


2,841 
6 

370 


Agents and brokers 


7 


10 


2,875 


(X) 


55 


1.9 


(X) 


14 


29 


1.0 


3 


T6 


Brolcers 

Commission merchants 
Kanuf acturers ' a^nts 
Other agents 

All other types 


5 

1 
1 

E77 


6 
2 

8 

201 


(xi 

(X) 
(X) 

9.600 


3,836 
(X) 

tx) 


(X) 
(X) 
(X) , 

1,846 


IX) 
(X) 
(X) 

19.2 


3.6 
(X) 

(X) 

(X) 


(X) 
(X) 
(X) 

617 


(X) 
(X) 

(X) 

B39 


(X) 
(X) 
(X) 

8.7 


(X) 

<x) 

(X) 
25 


(X) 
(X) 
(X) 

859 


Bulk tank stations 
Chain store warehouses 
Assemblers and country buyers 
Cream stations l/ 
CooperatlTS marketing 

association 
Bl«»»tors 2/ 


229 

1 
20 
13 

3 
11 


147 

2 

34 

7 
11 


7,310 
(X) 
1,100 
51 

(X) 
852 


7,247 
IX) 
5,040 

(X) 
5,063 


1,534 
IX) 
151 

2 

IX) 
109 


21.0 
(X) 

13.7 
3.9 

(X) 
12.8 


21.0 
IX) 

5.0 

(X) 
3.2 


432 

(X) 
30 

4 

(X) 

28 


722 
(X) 

47 

1 

(X) 
45 


9.« 
(I) 
4.3 
2.0 

IX) 
5.3 


10 
8 

(X) 
7 


.524 
(X) 
56 

(X) 
264 


1/ Cream stations in most part wei 
2/ Includes 1 cooperative elevato 


e not U 


icluded 


n 1929 data 





















61 



Census of 

Amerioan 

Buslaesa 



PIBLE 2A. - STATE OF HEW MEXICO 



■SHOLESiLE DISTRIBDTIOH: 1933 

mniBER OP WHOLESALE ESTABLISaEllT3, BY TTPE ASD KIBD OP B0S1HE3S 

TOR STATES ABB SELECTED CITIBS 



Kind of BualnsBs 


rot«i 


« 0) 

II 

o u 

#1 


3 

III 


^.1 


Kind of Business 


Total 


m d 
9 S 

li 


• mo 

r-icm 

(DO 


O J 


Total 


U8 


141 


16 


292 


Groceries and foods (except farm products) 

Hard»«re 

Jeweliy and optical goods 

Lumber -nid building materials (other than 

metal) 
Kachlnery, equipment and supplies (ezospt 

electrioal) 
Petroleum and its products 
pluni)ing and heating eqp't. and supplies 
Tobaooo and its products (except leaf) 
■7a3te materials 
All other products 


n 


Bl 


(5 


6 




2 


8 


_ 


-■1 
- 


4 


4 




. 


Amusement and sporting goods 


4 


S 


1 


. 


Automotive products 


10 


8 


- 


2 


3 


3 






Goal 


4 


3 


- 


1 


- 


Drugs and drug sundries 


1 


X 


- 


- 


13 


7 


6 




Eleotrieal i;ooda 


1 


1 


- 


- 


„ 


Farm products-raw materials 


87 


3 


- 


24 


236 


5 


1 


280 


Farm products-consumer ^oods 


65 


26 


- 


29 


1 


- 


1 


- 


r'arm supplies 


5 


4 


- 


1 


3 


3 


- 


- 


Furniture and house furnishings 


3 


2 


1 


- 


3 


3 


- 


- 


Tener.l merchandise 


4 


4 


~ 


- 


8 


* 


- 


- 



l/ The 292 "All other types" consists of the following: 
Limited function ^olesalers 7 

Automotive products i 

Farm products-consumer g:oods 3 

Olfoceries and foods (except farm products) Z 

Petroleum and its products 
HanuJ'acturera' sales branches-without stocks (drug and 

drug sundries) 
Br leers 

Farm produota-raw materials 

Farm producta-oonsumer goods 

Groceries aud foods (except farm products) 
Commission marohant (farm producla-ra.v materials) 
Manufacturers' agent (automotive products) 
3ulK tank stations (petroleum) 229 



Assemblers and country buyers 

Farm products-raw materials 

Farm produots-oonsumer gDods 

?arm supplies 
Cooperative marketing associations (farm products- 
consumer goods) 
Elevators (farm products-raw materials) 
Chain store warehouse (farm products-consumer goods) 
Cream stations (farm products-consumer goods) 



20 



3 
11 

1 
18 



52 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2B. — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

HEW MEXICO WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All valves expressed in Owusands of dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 









Total Expenses 




Pay Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (end 


Kind of Business 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 


THE 3TA1S 


446 


$27,892 


♦4.150 


14.9 


1.293 


J1.937 


♦61 


♦4.151 


Wholeaalars proper 


148 


14,508 


2,100 


14.6 


726 


1,013 


29 


2,846 


■anofaaturers' sales tranches 


16 


909 


149 


16.4 


36 


66 


4 


370 


Igsnts and brokers 


7 


2,875 


56 


1.9 


14 


29 


3 


76 


All other types 


277 


9.S00 


1.846 


19,2 


517 


839 


26 


859 


TO0LE3A1ER3 PROPEB 


















AutomotlTe ivodnots 


9 


227 


39 


17.2 


1» 


IS 


1 


64 


Coal 


S 


427 


59 


13.8 


22 


33 


1 


54 


Farm prodaats-rs* materials 


3 


462 


34 


7.4 


21 


20 


» 


61 


Farm produots-oonsaner goods 


29 


1,033 


£19 


21.2 


86 


92 


13 


34 


Parn: sappllea 


4 


53 


16 


30.2 


6 


6 


- 


7 


General merohandlae 


4 


1,684 


210 


13.7 


67 


85 


1 


278 


Grooeries and foods (szospt fans produots) 


ES 


7,697 


863 


11.4 


299 


438 


3 


1,374 


Hardware 


4 


792 


161 


19.1 


56 


62 


- 


178 


Jeweli7 and optical goods 


9 


107 


49 


46.8 


27 


30 


- 


24 


lABber and building mtsrlals 


















(other than natal) 


3 


497 


166 


33.2 


42 


88 


3 


301 


■aohinary, eqaipient and supplies 


















(eioept eleotrloal) 


7- 


600 


160 


25.0 


36 


85 


2 


301 


Petrolsom and its jrodnots 


6 


233 


68 


29.2 


1* 


20 


2 


15 


Tobaooo and its iroduots (ezoept leaf) 


3 


394 


20 


5.1 


6 


10 


1 


37 


Vaste aaterials 


3 


28 


7 


25.0 


4 


4 


1 


7 


All other kinds of business 


14 


524 


60 


9.6 


24 


23 


1 


111 


UABTrFACTOREnS ' 3AL2S BRAVCUES 


















irooerles and foods (exnept fara produots) 


e 


519 


67 


11.0 


19 


ae 


1 


IS 


Uaohlnery, eqaipnent and aofplies 


















(exoept eleotMoal) 


6 


167 


39 


28.4 


6 


9 


2 


314 


All other kinds of business 


5 


2tS 


63 


23.8 


11 


22 


1 


43 


ALL OTHIB TTira 


















Vmx. itSK SIAnOHS (pstrolaua) 


229 


7.310 


1.634 


21.0 


432 


722 


10 


524 


A3SSI1BI£R3 AND OOUITIHT BDTEH9 


20 


1.100 


161 


13.7 


30 


47 


8 


56 


Farm produots-raw naterlals 


12 


710 


110 


15.5 


26 


40 


7 


46 


F&m irodaots-aonamer goods 


e 


390 


41 


10.6 


4 


7 


1 


11 


eOORRATna UATnniSBO A3S0CIATI0B 


















(farm iroduots-oSnsuDsr goods) 


4 


287 


£0 


17.4 


23 


24 


- 


IS 


CmiM 3TA1I0B 


13 


51 


2 


3.9 


4 


1 


- 


- 


ELSTATGRS 


11 


862 


109 


12.8 


28 


45 


7 


264 


C] 


TIXS OP 


20,000 10 6C 


,000 PORIUI 


101 










ALBUQinsons 


56 


8.662 


1.113 


12.8 


327 


629 


17 


902 


flholesalSTS iropsr 


29 


4,256 


604 


U.2 


t02 


308 


8 


TIC 


All other ^pes 


2S 


4,407 


609 


11.6 


126 


221 


• 


18S 


Varu prodaots-rav saterlals 


4 


6U 


78 


12.7 


11 


IT 


S 


U 


PUv {TOdaots-aonsoBar goods 


10 


687 


125 


18.2 


38 


44 


4 


2C 


Oroeerles and foods (exoept farn produots) 


IS 


4,326 


329 


7.6 


116 


174 


2 


484 


Petreaeajt and its produots 


10 


1.363 


263 


18.6 


62 


124 


3 


90 


1x1 othtirs 


le 


1,673 


S2S 


19.6 


J9 


160 


6 


283 



63 



13-4^4 

Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2B. — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500) 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
Ush- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type op Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 

sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 


C 


I TIES 0! 


5 ,000 TO 20 


.000 POPOLA5I0H 










Total 


93 


♦9.052 


$1,336 


14. S 


423 


SSI 


IT 


•1.S99 


0LOVI3 

GILLUP 
LAS OHtrSES 

IlATOB 
E03WBLL 
SAHTA fE 


26 
12 
7 
10 
21 
17 


1,606 
2.244 
315 
S60 
2,414 
1.593 


251 
333 
62 
126 
222 
322 


15.6 
14. B 
26.0 
14.3 
9.2 
20.2 


75 
91 
27 
46 
76 
109 


104 
129 
37 
73 
108 
180 


7 
3 

S 

4 


268 

402 
34 

66 
270 
359 



Census of 
American 
Business 



T»bl» 3 STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRffiUTION: 1933 

HmOO RECEIPTS FROH SALES OF HEXCHANDISE AND SERVICE, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 
For states Only 
(AU taluet expressed in thousands of dollars) 









Total 




Receipts Fbom — 






Num- 




Ettpenbes 


















Space rental 


Other sources 




ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Total net 
sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 

storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 








KrND OF Business 


Num- 
ber 
of 

estab- 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 
of 

estab- 


Amount 
















lish- 




Ush- 


















ments 




ments 




Total for State 


448 


»S7,8TO 


♦♦,150 


14.9 


»87,839 


»30 


5 


♦? 


7 


♦16 


rtms prodnctt-raw natarlali 


86 


8,976 


£62 


B.8 


8,957 


18 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


Fkm produots-conavuur goodi 


S6 


1,930 


£75 


14. e 


1,930 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Vomiture and honaa fomlahlnga 


3 


E9S 


17 


5.8 


895 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Canaral narohaadia* 


4 


1,534 


£10 


13.7 


1,534 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Croearlaa and foods (azoapt fan 






















prodoeta) 


e£ 


9,499 


957 


10.1 


9,494 


- 


- 


- 


4 


5 


nardaara 


4 


79E 


151 


19.1 


787 


1 


- 


- 


1 


4 


Lomber and bnlldlng natarials 






















(other t)«n aatal) 


3 


497 


165 


33.8 


497 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■aohinary, aqulpnant and rappllea 






















(azoapt alaotrieal) 


13 


767 


189 


£4.6 


766 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Patrolaoa and Ita prodncta 


236 


7,896 


1,646 


81.7 


7,598 


- 


8 


4 


- 


- 


Tobaoco and Ita prodncta (azoapt leaf 


1 3 


3M 


M 


6.1 


393 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Vaate aaterlals 


3 


£8 


7 


£5.0 


88 




• 


— 


— 


— 


Ul other kinds of boalneaa 


t ?« 


1,584 


£51 


15.8 


1,566 


11 


- 


- 


8 


7 



66 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 4.— STATE OF HEW USacO CREDIT SALES, BY TYPE Of ESTABLISHIIENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 

(AS values expressed in thousands oj dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data tat indiyidoal establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 






Estabushmentb Repobtinq Credit Sales 


















Credit sales 


Total 




















Expenses 
















Per- 




Per- 




Percent of 
sales 












Num- 
ber 


Net 
sales 


Num- 
ber 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 


Net 
sales 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 


Amount 




Amount 




Type of Establishment 
Kind of Business 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


AU 


Per- 
cent 










of 




of 




re- 


estab- 


^mAMM\f\AAMV 


of 










busi- 




busi- 




port- 


Ush- 




sales 










ness 




ness 




ing 
credit 
sales 


mentt 






Total for State 


448 


»B7,892 


339 


76.7 


♦22,340 


80.1 


113,968 


89.8 


4T.a 


18,861 


15.9 


imOLESALERS PROPER 
























Total 


148 


14,508 


98 


66.2 


12,242 


84.4 


9,032 


73.8 


62.3 


1,887 


18.2 


AntomotlTe products 


9 


227 


7 


70.0 


204 


89.9 


127 


62.3 


66.9 


30 


14.7 


Coal 


3 


427 


2 


66.7 


327 


76.6 


316 


96.3 


73.8 


56 


17.1 


Fam produetB-raw naterlale 


3 


462 


2 


66.7 


379 


82.0 


95 


£6.1 


20.6 


63 


8.7 


?am piDduots-eoasuioerB goods 


S9 


1,033 


18 


62.1 


758 


73.4 


340 


44.9 


32.9 


176 


23.8 


Fans supplies 


4 


63 


3 


75.0 


48 


90.6 


19 


39.6 


36.8 


11 


22.9 


General gerehajidise 


4 


1,534 


4 


100.0 


1,534 


100.0 


436 


28.4 


28.4 


210 


13.7 


Gpocerles and foods (except 
























fam products) 


S3 


7,697 


30 


56.6 


6,277 


82.6 


6,626 


88.0 


72.7 


104 


11.8 


Hardiratre 


4 


792 


3 


75.0 


790 


99.7 


643 


81.4 


81.2 


150 


19.0 


Tstelry and optical goods 


3 


107 


3 


100.0 


107 


100.0 


82 


76.6 


76.6 


4S 


45.8 


Lumtier and building material 
























(otber than metal) 


3 


497 


3 


100.0 


497 


100.0 


434 


87.3 


87.3 


166 


33.2 


Uaehlner7 equipment and supplies 
























(except electrical) 


7 


600 


7 


100.0 


600 


100.0 


566 


92.5 


92.5 


150 


26.0 


Petroleum and its products 


6 


233 


6 


83.3 


216 


92.7 


93 


43.1 


39.9 


66 


30.6 


Tobacco and its products 
























(except leaf) 


3 


394 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Waste materials 


3 


28 


1 


33.3 


2 


7.1 


1 


50.0 


3.6 


1 


50.0 


All other kinds of business 


14 


524 


10 


76.9 


503 


96.0 


366 


72.8 


69.8 


E£ 


10.1 


AU. OTHER TYPES 
























Ttotal 


300 


13,384 


241 


80.3 


10,098 


75.4 


4,S96 


4£.9 


32.4 


1,704 


16.9 


AntomstlTe products 


1 


(X) 


. 


. 


_ 


_ 


. 


. 


. 


_ 


. 


Coal 


1 


(X) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Fam products-raw materials 


23 


2,514 


5 


21.7 


1,593 


63.4 


44 


2.8 


1.8 


lie 


7.2 


Farm products-consumers goods 


26 


897 


4 


15.4 


164 


18.3 


97 


69.1 


10.8 


41 


S5.0 


Fam supplies 


1 


(I) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Famlturo and house furnishings 


1 


(X) 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


— 


• 


• 


- 


Groceries and foods 
























(sxeept farm products) 


9 


(X) 


7 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


X) 
X) 


X 


(X) 


IXJ 


ai 


Javalr; and optical goods 


1 


(X) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


X 


(Xl 


(I) 


(X) 


liachlnery e<iui;aent and supplies 
























(except ale Ctrl sal) 


6 


167 


6 


100.0 


167 


100.0 


167 


100.0 


100. c 


39 


£3.4 


Petroleum and its products 


230 


7,363 


215 


93.5 


6.183 


84.0 


2,486 


40.2 


ss.c 


1.385 


22.4 


numbing and heating equiimsnt 
























and supplies 


1 


(X) 


1 


(X) 


(I) 


(r) 


(X) 


(D 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 



56 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 5.— STATE OF NEW MEXICO DISTRIBUTION OF SALES. BY KIND OF BUSINESS AJfcl TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States Only 

{All values expressed in tiiousamis of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals] 





All Estabushments 


Establishments Reporting DistHibction of Sales 












Per- 




Per- 


Total 










Ttpe of Establishment 


Num- 


Net 


Total 


Num- 
ber 
of es- 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Net 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


expenses 


Sales to 
retailers 


Sales to 
home 
con- 


Sales to 
indus- 


Sales to 
whole- 
sale 
organi- 
zations 


Kind or Business 








ber 


sales 


expenses 


tab- 
lish- 
ments 


sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


for 
resale 


siuners 

{at 
retail) 


trial 
users 












ness 




ness 














Total for State 


448 


127,891 


♦4,150 


313 


69.9 


$21,217 


76.1 


$2,aas 


13.6 


$15,301 


$1,078 


$1,873 


$2,965 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 




























Total 


148 


14,506 


2,100 


130 


87.8 


13,556 


93.4 


1,816 


13.4 


11,280 


783 


702 


791 


Autanotive products 


9 


287 


39 


9 


100.0 


227 


100.0 


39 


17.2 


126 


41 


42 


18 


Coal 


3 


427 


59 


2 


66.7 


391 


91.6 


47 


12.0 


355 


36 


- 


- 


Farm producta-raw matariala 


3 


462 


34 


3 


100.0 


462 


100.0 


34 


7.4 


19 


90 


1 


352 


Farm producta-consumer goods 


29 


1,033 


219 


22 


75.9 


873 


84.5 


177 


20.3 


686 


76 


8 


103 


Farm auppllea 


4 


53 


16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Oeneral loerchandlae 


4 


1,534 


210 


4 


100.0 


1,534 


100.0 


210 


13.7 


1,407 


60 


- 


67 


Groceries and foods (except 




























farm products) 


53 


■J.SQ? 


863 


53 


100.0 


7,597 


100.0 


863 


11.4 


7,012 


157 


260 


168 


Hardware 


4 


79Z 


151 


3 


75.0 


598 


75.5 


111 


18.6 


344 


71 


177 


e 


Jewelry and optical gooda 


3 


107 


49 


3 


100.0 


107 


100.0 


49 


45.8 


54 


15 


36 


2 


Lumt>er and building materials 




























(other than metal) 


3 


497 


165 


3 


100.0 


497 


100.0 


165 


33.2 


307 


175 


- 


15 


ftechlnery, equipment and 




























supplies (except electrical) 


7 


600 


150 


6 


85.7 


172 


28.7 


31 


18.0 


8 


- 


163 


1 


Petroleum and Its products 


6 


233 


68 


5 


83.3 


180 


77.3 


20 


11.1 


145 


28 


3 


4 


Tobacco and It products 




























(except leaf) 


3 


394 


20 


3 


100.0 


394 


100.0 


20 


5.1 


376 


8 


10 


- 


Waste materials 


3 


2fl 


7 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


All other kinds of business 


14 


524 


50 


14 


100.0 


524 


100.0 


50 


9.S 


441 


26 


2 


55 


ALL OTHER TYPES 




























Total 


300 


13.384 


2,050 


183 


61.0 


7,661 


67.2 


1,069 


14.0 


4.021 


295 


1.171 


2,174 


AutomotlTS products 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Coal 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


Farm products-raw materials 


23 


2,514 


228 


11 


47.8 


1,031 


41.0 


120 


11.6 


5 


4 


684 


338 


Farm produc te -consumer fioods 


26 


B97 


56 


21 


SO. 8 


411 


45.8 


56 


13.8 


269 


47 


66 


29 


Farm supplies 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Furniture and house 




























furnlBhings 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Groceries and foods (except 




























farm products) 


9 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Jewelry and optical goods 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Machinery, equipment and 




























supplies (except electlfcal) 


6 


167 


39 


6 


100.0 


167 


100.0 


39 


23.4 


2 


- 


165 


- 


Petroleum and Its products 


230 


i.zes 


1,578 


130 


56.5 


3,900 


53.0 


705 


18.1 


3,482 


225 


193 


- 


Plumbing and beating equip- 




























ment and supplies 


1 


(X) 

*■ — ^ 


(X) 


(I) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 



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"^ WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Atnencan Table I.— STATE OF iBizo::.v summary of toolesale trade, by type of establishment 

Business 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands 0/ dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishmefitfe, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 






Number or 
Establish- 
ments 


Net Sales 




Full- 
time 
eihployees 
{average) 


Pay Roll 


Stocks 

on 

hand 

{end 

of 

year) 


State and City 
Type of Establishment 




Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 


1929 


1933 


1929 


Amount 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 




1933 


1929 


THE STATE 


476 


358 


349.796 


*97.664 


»8.413 


16.9 


U.S 


2.260 


»3.700 


7.4 


•381 


4.983 


Wholesalers oroper 


231 


169 


23,378 


49,774 


4.436 


19.0 


12.6 


1.349 


2.013 


8.6 


175 


3.558 


'.'.Tiolesale raerch^^nts 

JxpOTters 

Importers 

Limited function wholesalers 

:anufactur©r3» sales branchep 


223 
1 
2 
6 

35 


166 
2 
3 
8 

35 


21,981 
(XI 
(X) 

456 

4,069 


42,268 
(XI 
(XI 
2,087 

10.521 


4,336 
(I) 
(X) 

46 

676 


19.6 
(X) 
(X) 
9.9 

16.6 


12.2 
(XI 
1X1 
7.1 

8.9 


1,324 
(X) 
(X) 

ir 

183 


1,992 
(I) 
(X) 

£0 

300 


9.0 
(XI 
IX) 

4.4 

7.4 


173 
IX) 
(X) 

7 


3.452 
(X) 

(X) 
79 

391 


Agents and brokers 


12 


36 


5.626 


17,133 


122 


2.8 


4.7 


iz 


47 


0.9 


3 


17 


Brokers 

Co"nission merchjnts 
Import agents 
l^nufacturers* agents 
sailing agents 

.Ul other types 


10 

1 
1 

198 


8 

3 

6 

17 

3 

US 


6.516 

1X1 
(XI 

16,822 


7,976 
2,463 
699 
3,131 
2,864 

20.126 


116 

(XI 
(Xl 

3.179 


2.1 

(X) 
(X) 

18.9 


1.9 
1.9 
5.2 
6.i 
13,0 

16.4 


19 

T06 


44 

(X) 
IX) 

1.340 


0.8 

IX) 
IX) 

8.0 


3 

(X) 
(X) 

196 


15 

(XI 
(X) 

1.017 


Bulk tank Stat ions 
Chain store warehouses 
.assemblers and country bu^vers 
cooperative niarkating associa- 
tions 
Other types 


173 

9 
10 

6 


84 

2 

24 

4 
4 


10,789 
4,141 
1,069 

833 


13,519 
IX) 
3,357 

• 1,166 
IX) 


2,224 
296 
330 

329 


20.6 

7.1 

31.2 

39.5 


17.6 
1X1 
4.8 

22.6 

txi 


fe37 
84 
71 

14 


915 
144 
159 

122 


8.5 

3.6 

16.0 

14.6 


20 

8 

79 

89 


734 

236 

17 

30 



60 



Census of 

Ijnerican 

Business 



TABLE 2A. - STATE OP ARI30M 



UBOLESAla DISTHIBDTIOH : 1933 

NUMBER OF fflOLBSALE ESTASLISHMERTS, BY TYPE AFD KIHD OF BUSDIESS 

FOR STATES AND SELECTED CITISB 



KIM of BusiiMSS 


Total 


0) m 

11 


n 

o 
• «o 

0) o 




Kind of Business 


Total 


r^ o 

o u 


Ufg.sla. 
branches 
with stoclra 

All other 
types 1/ 


Total 


476 


223 


33 


220 


Farm supplies 

Furniture and house furnishings 

f^eneral merchandise 

groceries and foods (except farm products! 

Hardware 

Jewelry and optical goods 

Lujiiber and building niaterials (other than 

metal ) 
?:achinery, eqp*t. and supplies (except 

electrical) 
?-etals (except scrap) 
paper and its products 
Petroleum and its prodTiots 
Plumbing and heating eqp't. and supplies 
Tobacco and its products (except leaf) 
Vaste materials 
All other products 


s 


6 






2 


?. 






1 


1 


- 


. 


Ajnasenent and sporting goods 


3 


3 


- 


_ 


23 


22 


- 


1 


94 


61 


17 


16 


Ohaoioals 


9 


5 


4 




3 


3 


- 


- 




2 


2 


- 


- 


2 


1 


1 


- 


Coal 


4 


4 


- 


. 


9 


9 








3 


3 


- 


- 


_ 


Dry goods 


3 


3 


_ 


. 


24 


17 


5 




7 


6 


1 


_ 







3 


1 


1 


1 


Electrical appliances, eqp't. i supplies 


6 

1 

9 


5 

1 

4 


1 


5 


3 


3 






Radios and radio equipmait 


179 


4 


- 


175 




6 


2 


4 




Farm products-raw naterials 


7 


6 


_ 


1 


Farm products-oonsumer goods 


56 


37 


- 


19 


S 


2 


_ 














17 


17 


- 


- 



1/ The 220 "All other types" consists of the following: 

Eatporters (farm products-raw materials) 
Inserters 

Farm prodxicts-oonsumer goods 

Metals (except scrap) 
Limited function ^lolesalers 

Automotive products 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 

petroleum and its products 
Manufacturers* sales branches, vrithout stooks 

Machinery, equipment and supplies (except electrical) 

TobacQO and Its products (except leaf) 
Brolcers 

Farm products-raw materials 

Farm produots-oonsunar goods 

Groceries and fbods (except farm products) 



1 
2 
1 

1 
5 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
10 
3 
3 
4 



fjanufaoturers* agent 1 

Machinery, eqp't. and s;^iplies (except electrical) 1 

Selling agent (petroleian) 1 

Bullc tanlc stations (petroleum) 173 

Chain store warehouses (groceries 4 foods eicert farm 9 

products) 
Assemblers and country buyers 10 
Farm products-raw materials 1 
Farm products-oonsnBer goods 9 
Cooperative marlceting associations (farm products- 
oonsumer goods) 6 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 



Table 2 B.— STATE OF 



JKIZOH WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that infonnation must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establiahmente, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount leas than $500] 









Total Expenses 




Pat Roll | 






Num- 
ber of 
estab- 


Net sales 


1 


Full-time 
employees 








State and City 
Type of Establishment 




Per- 




Part- 


Stocks on 
hand (end 


Kink of Business 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


of 
sales 


(average) 


Total 


time 


of year) 


TnK STATS 


4TS 


M9.T95 


•8,413 


It. 9 


tJiiO 


•8.T00 


f881 


•4.988 


Vholesmlars projar 


2S1 


23,3Te 


4,436 


19.0 


1,849 


2,018 


1T6 


3,668 

391 

IT 

1.01T 


IlaiiBfadtBrsri' salst brandie* 


SB 


4,069 


6T6 


16.6 


188 


800 




A«ant8 and brokara 


12 
198 


5.E26 
16.122 


122 
3.179 


2.2 

IB. 9 


22 

706 


47 
1.840 


196 


VB^UESAJEBS HtOIBB 


















AntomotlTa prodnsta 
Chadsala 


23 

5 

4 


i,aco 

99 
«E2 


418 
82 


23.0 
SI. 3 
12.6 


189 
14 
60 


21T 
IS 
28 


4 


289 

61 
T8 


Draga and drag simdriaa 

Dry goo da 

11 eo trio si goo da 

Fam prodaat«-ra« mtariala 

Farm produotB-oonauBsi: gooda 

Farm snppllaa 

Oanaral oarabandlae 


3 

8 
( 
6 
38 
B 
3 


1.033 
429 
3M 
984 

3,6Tt 
360 

1,838 


79 

84 

99 

109 

983 

60 

484 


7.6 
19.6 
27.2 
11.1 
26.7 
16.7 
26.4 


29 

39 
41 
14 

192 
19 

186 


48 
46 

44 
18 

380 
2T 

289 


8 

8 

3 

91 

1 

21 

16 


210 

126 

64 

ee 

108 

26 

4S1 

1,098 

S9t 


Grooeriea and fooda (ezsapt farm proteeta) 
Eardaara 


64 
3 


T,668 
TT4 


1.041 
196 


13.6 
26.2 


386 
64 


601 
UO 


LomtoT and bnlldl^ mterlala 
















199 


(other than netal) 


9 


648 


216 


38.6 


66 


lot 




Haohlnery, aqplinont and asppllaa 












UT 


8 


29T 
68 
U 
84 

126 


(axoept eleotrloal) 


IT 


964 


234 


24.3 


68 


Paper and Ita jrodnsta 


3 


886 


T4 


19.2 


16 




* 


PetrolanBi and ita prodoota 

lobaooo and Its prodaots (azoapt leaf) 


5 

( 


394 
624 


T3 
33 


18. e 

6.3 


19 
10 


2S 
IT 


- 


Ul other Unda of basinaaa 


29 


673 


139 


20.6 


48 


T4 




UBDFACmHEBS' SALES BRADCHS 


















(Siemloala 


4 


210 


ee 


26.2 


16 


20 


- 


69 

lOT 


Srooariea and fooda (axoept fara prodiota) 


IT 


2,687 


89T 


U.8 


108 


186 


2 


KaoM.nei7, eqalinent and lappllea 
















21 
169 

86 


(azoapt eleotrieal) 


t 


lU 


40 


36.1 


22 




6 


Plumbing and heating aqaiiaant and aappllaa 


4 


593 


130 


38.1 


26 




All oQier klnda of basinaaa 


4 


663 


64 


8.1 


18 






ACaESTS ADD BBOKERS 


















lara proAtota-raa nmtaTUla 


3 


1,146 


IT 


1.6 


8 


6 


- 


- 


Oreoarlea and fOoda (azoept farm prodoota) 


4 


8,831 


66 


1.6 


U 


26 


• 


14 


All other klnda of bQainsaa 


e 


629 


49 


9.3 


7 


16 


8 




AT.T, OTirm TTPB 


















BDIZ TABK STATIO0 (patrolann) 


ITS 


10^789 


2.2S4 


20.6 


687 


916 


20 


T34 


eEAIH STORE VABEHOTBSS 


9 


4.141 


'296 


7.1 


84 


144 


* 


286 


ASaSKBIXIlS ABS COUBTBT BDTESS 


10 


1.069 


880 


31.2 


Tl 


169 


79 


IT 


eoOBRATIVE KABKBTIJIB ASSOCIAHOBS 


6 


883 


329 


89^6 


u 


122 


u 


80 


e 


TIBS cr 


20,000 TO 6 


(,000 












vafjssiT 


154 


26.0T4 


4.X0T 


16.4 


1.063 


1.T81 


199 


2.866 


Vholeaalara iroisr 


106 


12,T31 


2.490 


19.6 


691 


1.0T6 


101 


1,729 


ill other typea 


49 


12.343 


1.617 


13.1 


372 


Toe 


-.^ 


687 



62 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2B, — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

IBIZOU ?m0LESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHUENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thoasands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


ToTAi. Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of BnsiNESs 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


IHOEHII (aontlnnad) 

Farm prodtsts-rov imtsrlal* 

Vftm prockiots-ooosunr ^odi 

Grooeriea and food* (axasFt farm prodnats) 

Mtrolsnn and Ita jrodnots 

All other kinds of liQalnasi 


4 
30 
3S 

9 
78 


«1 ,633 
4,092 
9,836 
2,656 
7,067 


* 96 

1,077 
958 
680 

1,396 


6.3 
26.3 

9.7 
22.7 

19.8 


11 
157 
286 

161 
478 


» 17 
S89 
43! 
249 

693 


» 1 

167 

11 

( 

U 


• 37 

72 
643 

179 
1,436 


TOTSOF 


62 


8.576 


1.287 


15.0 


381 


579 


26 


811 


Vholaaalar* proper 
All other typei 


S3 

19 


4,304 

4.272 


846 
442 


19.6 
10.3 


279 
102 


400 
179 


21 
5 


619 
192 


Parn prodaota-oonaunar gooda 

Srooerles and foods (azoept farm prodnota) 

PetrolaoB and its irodoota 

All other kinds of Intlnsss 


4 
17 

9 
22 


418 
4,377 
1.393 
2,388 


. lis 

349 
254 
671 


27.0 

8.0 

18.2 

23.9 


27 
118 

48 
188 


SO 

187 
84 

278 


1 
6 

1 
18 


6 

179 

89 

637 


C 


:tibs op 


5,000 TO 20 


,000 POPOLll 


[01 










Total 


62 


4,158 


726 


17.4 


246 


352 


22 


5U 


BI3BES 
DOUCLAS 
01,00 
Hliia 

ROGALES 
PHBSOOTI 


6 

11 

10 

7 
16 

13 

1 


186 
516 
804 
323 
1,096 
1,234 


26 

89 

120 

58 

186 

246 


14.0 
17.2 
14.9 
18.0 
17.0 
19.9 


7 
32 
33 

18 
81 
74 


13 
47 
46 
20 
93 
133 


2 
1 
3 

Z 

10 

4 


39 
42 

65 

15 

184 

169 



a 



IMB-T 

Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 3. — STATE OF AHIZOHA RECEIPTS FROH SALES OF MERCHANDISE AND SERVICE, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

For states Only 
(AU vaiues expressed in thousands of dollars) 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Total net 
sales 


Total 
Expenses 


Receipts From— 




Amoimt 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 

storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 


Space rental 


Other sources 


Kino of Business 


Num- 
ber 
of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 
of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Total for State 


476 


♦49,795 


«8,413 


16.9 


$49,599 


»64 


6 


«20 


18 


»112 


Automotive produets 

Ohenleala 

Boal 

Dru^ and druf aundries 

Dry good* 

Pam produota-oonauBsr goods 

Farm supplies 

Qenaral raerchandls* 

Orocerlea and foods (exoopt fana 
products ) 

Hardware 

Lumber and building materials (other 
than metal ) 

Machinery, equipment and suppllea (ex- 
cept electrical) 

Paper and it a products 

Petroleum and Ita prodaots 

All other kinds of buslnesi 


23 
9 

4 
3 
3 
56 
E 
3 

94 
3 

9 

24 

3 

179 

58 


1,820 
309 
£52 

1,033 
429 

6,084 
360 

1,833 

18,342 
774 

648 

1,086 

386 

11,185 

4,854 


418 
86 
82 
79 
84 
1,685 
60 

«4 

1,790 
195 

218 

279 

74 

2,298 

581 


23.0 
27.8 
12.6 
7.6 
19.6 
27.7 
16.7 
26.4 

9.8 
25.2 

33.6 

25.7 
19.2 
20.5 
12.0 


1,783 
308 
652 

1,033 
429 

6,045 
360 

1,816 

18,329 
762 

S3S 

1,058 

386 

11,179 

4,837 


37 

1 

19 

7 


1 

1 
1 

1 

1 
1 


5 

1 
8 

1 

2 
3 


3 

1 

4 
1 

1 

6 

1 
1 


34 

17 

12 
14 

16 

8 

4 
7 



Censiisof 
American 
Business 



Table 4. — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

AHIZOm. CREDIT SALES, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 

(AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

JAn (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


Establishments Reporting Credit Sales 
















Credit sales 


Total 
Expense 




















Per- 
cent 
of 
total 




Per- 
cent 
of 




Percent of 

sales 












Type of Establishment 








Kind of Business 


Num- 


Net 


Num- 


Net 


total 




Estab- 










ber 


sales 


her 


for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 


sales 


for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 


Amount 


lish- 
ments 

re- 
port- 
ing 
credit 


All 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


















sales 








Total for State 


476 


t49,795 


364 


76.5 


|38,312 


76.9 


#25,996 


67.9 


52.2 


♦6,788 


17.7 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 
























Total 


231 


23,378 


170 


73.6 


19,034 


81.4 


12,933 


67.9 


S5.S 


3,902 


20.5 


AutomotiTO pro dicta 


23 


1,820 


22 


95.7 


1,758 


96.6 


997 


56.7 


54.8 


413 


23.5 


ChemloaLs 


5 


99 


5 


100.0 


99 


100.0 


68 


68.7 


68.7 


30 


30.3 


Coal 


4 


652 


1 


25.0 


100 


15.3 


50 


50.0 


7.7 


14 


14.0 


Drugs and drug sundries 


3 


1,033 


1 


33.3 


448 


43.4 


407 


90.8 


39.4 


30 


6.7 


Dry goods 


3 


429 


3 


100.0 


429 


100.0 


142 


33.1 


33.1 


84 


19. S 


Elaotrloal goods 


S 


364 


6 


100.0 


364 


100.0 


292 


80.2 


80,2 


99 


27.2 


Farm proctucts-rBW materials 


5 


984 


S 


40.0 


90 


9.1 


30 


33.3 


3.0 


22 


24.4 


Fam products-consumer goods 


38 


3,676 


31 


81.6 


3,642 


99.1 


2,573 


70.6 


70.0 


1,015 


27.9 


Faro supplies 


5 


360 


5 


100.0 


360 


100.0 


267 


74.2 


74.2 


80 


16.7 


General msr ch -nd Is e 


3 


1,833 


3 


100.0 


1,833 


100.0 


1.369 


74.7 


74.7 


485 


26.5 


Groceries and food a 


64 


7,663 


40 


62.5 


6,096 


79.6 


4,196 


68.8 


54.8 


821 


13.5 


Hardware 


3 


774 


2 


66.7 


437 


56.5 


423 


96.8 


54.7 


136 


31.1 


Lumber and building materials 


9 


648 


9 


100.0 


648 


100.0 


600 


92.5 


92.6 


218 


33.6 


Uaehlnary, aqp't. and aupplles 
























(•xoept electrical) 


17 


964 


14 


82.4 


886 


91.9 


651 


73.5 


67,5 


221 


24.9 


Paper and Its products 


3 


386 


3 


100.0 


386 


100.0 


372 


96.4 


96.4 


74 


19.2 


Petrolatim and ita products 


5 


394 


3 


60.0 


357 


90.6 


188 


52.7 


47.7 


65 


18.2 


Toliaoco and Its products (except 
























leaf) 


6 


624 


5 


83.3 


619 


99.2 


79 


12.8 


12,7 


32 


5.2 


All other kinds of business 


29 


67S 


15 


51.7 


482 


71.4 


229 


47.5 


33,9 


83 


17.2 


AIL OTHIP TYPES 
























Total 


245 


26,417 


194 


79.2 


19,278 


73.0 


13,063 


67.8 


49.4 


2,886 


15.0 


Chamicala 


4 


210 


4 


100.0 


210 


100.0 


186 


88.6 


80.6 


53 


26.2 


Electrical goods 


1 


(X) 


1 


(I) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


Fann products-raw materials 


4 


(I) 


- 


- 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Faim producta-consximer goods 


18 


2,406 


7 


38.9 


708 


29.4 


357 


50.4 


14.8 


131 


18.5 


Groceries and fooda 


30 


10,679 


23 


76.7 


7,931 


74.3 


6,919 


87.2 


64.8 


642 


8.1 


Jewelry and optical goods 


1 


(I) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Uacblnery, eqp*t. and supplies 






















(X) 


(except electrical) 


7 


(X) 


7 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Metals (eioopt scrap) 


1 


(X) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Petroleum and its products 


174 


10,791 


146 


83.9 


9,732 


90.2 


4,964 


51.0 


46.0 


1,853 


19.0 


Plumbing and heating equipment 
























and supplies 


4 


393 


4 


100.0 


393 


100.0 


368 


93.6 


93.6 


130 


33.1 


Tobacco and its products (except 
























leaf) 


1 


(X) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 









60 



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Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 5.— STATE OF iRIZOIA DISTRIBUTION OF SALES. BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For states Only 

{AU talues expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


Establishments Reporting DisTiuBtmoN of Sales 


Type or Establishment 


Num- 


Net 


Total 


Num- 
ber 
of es- 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Net 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Total 
expenses 


Sales to 
retailers 


Sales to 
home 
con- 


Sales to 
indus- 


Sales to 
whole- 
sale 
organi- 
zations 


Kind of Business 








ber 


sales 


expenses 


tab- 
lish- 
ments 


sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


for 
resale 


siuners 

(at 
retail) 


trial 
users 












ness 




ness 














Total for State 


476 


$49,795 


•8,413 


336 


70.4 


»37,160 


74.6 


♦5,596 


15.1 


$23,970 


»2,592 


»£,«» 


»7,678 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 




























Total 


231 


23,378 


. 4,438 


205 


88.7 


19,781 


84.6 


3,667 


18.1 


14,100 


1,976 


1,841 


1,834 


iatono-tlre products 


23 


1,820 


418 


21 


91.3 


1,728 


94.9 


391 


22.6 


1,372 


268 


88 


10 


Chemical! 


5 


99 


31 


6 


100.0 


99 


100.0 


31 


31.3 


35 


«9 


34 


1 


Coal 


4 


6S2 


82 


2 


50.0 


101 


15.6 


14 


13.9 


59 


42 


. 


. 


Draga uni drug eundrlei 


S 


1,033 


79 


1 


33.3 


448 


43.4 


30 


6.7 


426 


22 


- 


. 


Dry good! 


3 


429 


84 


3 


100.0 


429 


100.0 


84 


19.6 


292 


136 


. 


1 


Slectrieal goodi 


e 


364 


99 


5 


83.3 


346 


95.1 


92 


26.6 


227 


87 


24 


8 


Farm products-ra* materlala 


5 


984 


109 


3 


60.0 


92S 


94.0 


98 


10.6 


9 


14 


216 


686 


Jarm producte-consnmer goods 


38 


3,676 


983 


35 


92.1 


3,542 


96.4 


800 


22.6 


3,063 


216 


6 


267 


fttrro supplies 


5 


360 


60 


2 


40.0 


52 


14.4 


4 


7.7 


22 


13 


17 


- 


General merchandise 


3 


1,833 


484 


2 


66.7 


910 


49.6 


192 


21.1 


345 


220 


- 


345 


Groceries and foods (eicept 




























farm products) 


64 


7,663 


1,041 


64 


100.0 


7,663 100.0 


1,041 


18.6 


6,148 


744 


274 


497 


Hardware 


3 


774 


195 


2 


66.7 


437 


56.5 


136 


31.1 


393 


- 


SO 


14 


Lunger and building materials 




























(Other than metal) 


9 


648 


218 


7 


77.8 


576 


68.9 


186 


32.3 


142 


85 


346 


3 


Ifechlnery, equipment and 




























supplies ^except electrical 


17 


964 


234 


16 


94.1 


865 


89.7 


214 


24.7 


281 


1 


579 


4 


Paper and its products 


3 


386 


74 


3 


100.0 


386 


100.0 


7* 


19.2 


197 


32 


157 


- 


Petroleum and its products 


5 


394 


73 


3 


60.0 


1S5 


34.3 


S2 


23.7 


102 


31 


1 


1 


Tobacco and its products 




























(except leaf) 


6 


624 


33 


6 


100.0 


624 


100.0 


33 


5.3 


607 


16 


* 


1 


All other kinds of business 


29 


675 


139 


25 


86.2 


485 


72.0 


115 


23.7 


380 


30 


69 


6 


ALL OTHBS TYPES 




























Total 


24S 


26,417 


3,977 


130 


53.1 


17,409 


66.0 


2,029 


U.7 


9,870 


616 


1,064 


5,839 


Chemicals 


4 


210 


SS 


2 


50.0 


92 


43.8 


16 


17.4 


70 


. 


22 


_ 


Klectrical goods 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


U) 


Parm products-raw materials 


4 


(X) 


(X) 


- 


. 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Karm products-consumer goods 


18 


2,408 


702 


11 


61.1 


1,140 


47.3 


245 


21.5 


588 


6 


5 


541 


Groceries and fbods (except 




























farm products) 


30 


10,679 


749 


28 


93.3 


10,407 


97.5 


741 


7.1 


5,855 


30 


68 


4,454 


Jewelry and optical goods 


1 


IX) 


(X-) 


IX) 


IX) 


U) 


*x) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Machinery, equipment and 




























supplies vexcept electrical 


7 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


tx) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


Metels (except scrap) 


1 


iX) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


IX) 


Petroleum and its products 


174 


10,791 


2,226 


74 


42.5 


4,590, 42.5 


798 


17,4 


3,086 


566 


652 


286 


Plumbing and heatlnf 




























equipment and supplies 


4 


393 


130 


4 


100.0 


393 


100.0 


130 


33.1 


243 


11 


114 


25 


Tobacco and its products 




























(except leaf) 


1 


IX) 


IX) 


a) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


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WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 1.— STATE OF UTAH SUMMARY OF WHOLESALE TRADE. BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 



[All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Number of 
Establish- 
ments 


Net Sales 


Total Expenses 


Full- 
time 
employees 
(average) 

4,572 


Pay Roll 


Stocks 

on 
hand 
(end 

of 
year) 


State and City 
Type of Establishment 




Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 
653 


1929 
736 


193.S 
$86,758 


1929 
$180,101 


Amount 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 




1933 


1929 

11.3 


THE STATE 


*13,S71 


15,3 


»6,18« 


7.1 


»1S5 


410,475 


VHiolesalers rroper 


. 322 


309 


44,664 


96.592 


7.40t 


16.6,14.2 


1 

2,775 


3.697; 8.3 


121 


7.655 


Wholesale merchants 

Limited function wholeealere 

Manufacturers* sales branches 


311 
11 

98 


298 
U 

88 


43,881 
783 

17.046 


90,660 
5,932 

43,145 


7,318 
86 

2.999 


16.7 
11.0 

17,6 


14.6 
7.0 

9.7 


2,748 
27 

1.036 


3,658 
39 

1.356 


8.3 
5.0 

8,0 


US 
3 

2S 


7,626 
29 

1.758 


^''ith stocks 
Without stocks 

Agents and brokers 


79 

19 

53 


65 


13,487 
3,559 

9,082 


23,412 


2,618 
381 

412 


19.4 
10.7 

4.5 


2.8 


933 

lOS 

124 


1,175 
181 

205 


8.7 
5.1 

2.5 


23 
2 

10 


1,758 
26 


ErokBra 

Commission merchants 

Other agents 

All other tvnes 


8 
10 
35 

IBO 


10 
12 
43 

274 


3;555 
2,049 
3,478 

15.966 


4,279 

10,682 

8,451 

16.952 


ice 

89 
215 

2.456 


3.0 
4.3 
6.2 

15.4 


3.0 
1.4 
4.5 

10.7 


33 
33 

58 

637 


43 

45 

117 

926 


1.2 
2.2 
3.4 

5,8 


1 
5 

4 

29 


17 

1.036 


Asserr.blers and country buyers 
Bulk tank stations U 
Chain store warehouses 
Cooperative marketing associatlofl 
Elevators 


20 
141 

4 

3 10 

5 


174 
88 

8 

4 


1,S41 
8,589 
£,488 
3,213 
40 


6,227 

5,896 

4,387 
442 


103 

1,866 

115 

361 

U 


6.7 
21.5 

4.6 
11.2 
27.5 


5.8 
20.3 

5.9 
4.8 


31 
462 

26 

111 

7 


57 

684 

46 

134 

5 


3.7 
7.9 
1.9 
4.2 

12.5 


14 
8 
S 

4 


154 

6S6 

190 

27 

9 


SALT LAKE CriT 


355 


3S4 


60.629 


130.332 


9.960 


16.4 


12.2 


6. ass 


4.756 


7.8 


138 


7.568 


Wholesalers proper 
Manufacturers* sales branches 
Agents and brokers 
All other types 


220 
78 
47 
20 


208 

78 

41 

7 


32,849 

13,350 

6,720 

7,710 


75,445 

39,729 

9,593 

5,565 


5,904 

2,723 

349 

984 


18.0 

20.4 

5.2 

12.8 


14.5 
9.7 
5.4 
9.9 


2,215 
998 

101 
221 


2,99B 

1,267 

183 

348 


9.0 
9.5 
2.7 
4.6 


90 
21 
10 
17 


5,766 

1.241 

26 

629 


1/ The Increase in the number of \ 


ulk tank 


etatior 


a was due ii 


part to th< 


dlfferoncf 


In 


athod of rapori 


i 
Ing son* ctiala (irgaalsa^iana. 



69 



Cttnaus of 

Ajnerloan 

Business 



TABLE 2A. - STATS OF OTAH 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBDT ION : 1933 

HDKBER OP WHOLESALE ESTABLISHKBBTS. BY TYPE AKD KIKD OP BOSIHESS 

FOR STATES AND SELBCTKD CITIES 





Total 


11 

■32 

Si 


Mfg. sis. 
branches 


a 
u 


1^ 


Kind of Business 


Total 


ll 

Is 


Ufg.siu< 
brar ohes 


is 

o 

li 
II 


1^ 

ai 


Kind of Bualnast 


■M O 

■f-4 .J 

ts n 


o A 
.> o 




4» O 


Total 


663 


309 


79 


19 


33 


213 


Sroeeries and foods (except farm 
products) 

Grooories (general line) 
Confectionery and soft drinks 
Fish and sea foods 
Meats and meat products 
Other food and grocery speolalti 

Hard .'/are 

Jewelry and optical gDods 
Jewelry (general line) 
Optioal goods 

Lumber and building materials 
(other than metal) 
Lumber and millwork 
Brlok and tile 
Glaas 
All other 

Machinery, eqp't. and supplies 
(except electrical) 
Conrercial machinery, eqp't. 

and supplies 
Construction machinery, eqp't. 

and supplies 
Fanrj and dairy machinery k eqp't 

Industrial machinery, eqp't. and 
supplies 

Bottles and bottling eqp't, 
reohanical rubber goods 
Llll and mine supplies 
All other 

Professional eqp't. & supplies 

Service eqp't. and supplies 
Barber and beauty parlor 
Laundry 
All other 

Metals (eioept scrap) 
Iron and steel 
Other metal aid metal mrks 

Paper and its products 
Petroleum and its produots 

plumbing and heating eqp't. and 
sxipplies 

Heating eqp't. (general line) 
Plumbing & heating eqp't, (generc 

line) 
Stoves and ranges 
All other 

Tobacco Old Its products (except 1 

TTaste materials 

Iron and steel scrap 

Junk and scrap ( ^reneral 1 ine ) 

All other produots 
Beer 

Flowers and nursery stock 
Forest products (except Ixunber) 
Leather 
Leather goods 
Newspapers and magazines 
Rubber goods (general line) 
wiscellarLeous 


116 


76 


22 


1 


4 






14 


6 


5 


4 


_ 


_ 


14 


AaoaaiQ^nt and sporting goods 


21 
17 

1 

11 

3S 66 

7 


17 

15 

1 

10 

32 

5 


2 

1 
19 


1 


4 
2 


4 


C&aiers and motion ploture eqF't< 

aod supplies 
Motion picture films 
Sporting goods (general line) 
Toys, novelties, sad flrewrkfl 
All otbsr 


Z 

8 

1 
1 
2 

35 


2 

1 
1 

1 

27 


4 

1 
6 


4 
2 


- 


1 


10 


AutonotiTe produots 


8 


5 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


AntoiDoblleB and other motor 

Tehioles 
Automobile eqp't., aooessoriea 

snd parts 


4 

27 

4 

12 


1 

24 
2 

10 


1 

2 

2 

1 


2 


1 


1 


2 
6 

18 


2 
3 

10 


3 

1 


- 


3 


4 


Shemioals 


6 
2 
2 

8 

72 


2 
2 

6 

42 


1 
14 


5 


2 

1 
11 


4 


Explosives 

Industrial ehemloals 
Paints and Tarnishes 

Clothing and furnishing 


1 

1 

10 

8 


1 

1 
8 

5 


1 
2 


- 


1 
1 


- 


— 


Clothing, women's and children's 
Fumlshlnp^, men's and boys' 
Millinery and millinery supplies 
Shoes and other footwear 

Coal 


4 

1 
1 
2 

6 


3 

1 
1 

3 


1 

1 
1 


- 


1 


2 


11 

4 
6 

30 
1 
2 
6 

21 

7 

14 
3 
1 

10 

10 


4 

1 
4 

15 

1 
4 
10 

5 

13 
3 

1 
9 

1 


5 
2 

6 

1 
1 
3 

2 

4 


5 

1 

1 
3 

S 


2 
3 

5 

6 

1 

1 
1 


- 


Drugs and drug sundries 


7 


5 


1 


1 


. 


. 


_ 


Drugs (general line) 

Drugs (specialty lines) 

Patent medicines 

Toilet articles and preparations 

Drjr goods 


3 

1 
3 

6 


3 

2 
4 


1 


1 


1 


■• 


- 


Diy goods (general line) 

Notions 

Plea* goods 

Electrloal goods 


2 
2 

1 

19 


2 
2 

11 


3 


; 


1 
4 


- 


- 


Eleotrioal appliances, eqp't. 
End supplies 


15 

2 
2 

26 


8 
2 
1 

6 


3 


1 


3 

1 


- 


1 


Radios and radio equipment 
Refrigerators 

Farm products-raw materials 


8 
2 

7 


1 
6 


4 

1 


3 

1 


1 


1 


Grain 


1 

7 
6 
6 

66 


1 
3 
1 

34 


3 


- 


- 


6 
4 
6 
6 

28 


154 


13 


- 


- 


- 


141 


Hides, skins, and furs (raw) 

Livestock 

wool and mohair 


9 


3 


5 




1 




Farm products-consumer goods 


1 
1 

6 
1 
1 

saf) 5 


3 
3 


1 

3 

1 


1 


1 


- 


Dairy produots (general line) 

Butter 

Cheese 

T,!ilk"atid cream 

All other dairy produots 


9 
1 
3 

V 

10 

5 
2B 

1 

12 


5 

1 
3 
2 
4 

2 
16 

1 

8 


2 
1 
4 


- 


- 


4 
1 

3 

6 

2 

12 


1 


poultr;' and poultry products 
Dairy and poultr?/ produots 


8 


8 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 
All other 

Farm supplies 


3 
5 

26 


3 

6 

20 


3 


- 


3 


- 


Feed 
Seeds 

Pumiture and house furnishings 


8 

4 

4 


4 
4 

2 


4 

1 


- 


1 


- 


2 

5 
4 
2 
5 
2 
1 
6 


2 

4 
4 

1 
4 
2 

3 


1 

\ 
1 


- 


1 
2 


- 


ChlBa, glassmre and crookery 
Poruiture 

House fumlahlng (except floor 
coverings) 


1 
2 

1 


1 

1 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 



TO 



Ceiuxis of 

Amerioan 

Business 



TABLE 2A. - STATE OF TfPAH 



WHOLSSALB DISTRIBOTIOH: 1933 

HUMBER OP WHOLESALE BSTABLI3HHEHT3, BY TYPE AHD KIBD 07 BUSIHB33 (oontinued) 

POH STATES AMD SELBOTED CITIES 



Type of Establishment 
Kind of Business 



Type of Sstabllahment 
Kind of Business 



1/ The ai3 "All other types" oonsists of the followlngi 

Importers * 

Other food ai^ grocery special ties 2 

Limited fuactlon wholesalers U 

Automotive equipment, accessories and parts 1 

Co»l » 

poultry and poultry prodxiots 1 

Fruits and vegetahles (fresh) 1 

Other food and grocery speolaltiea 5 

Lumber and mlllnoxfc 1 

Brokers 8 

Grain 1 

Llvestcdc 1 

poultry and poultry products 1 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 1 

Groceries (general line) 1 

Other foo4 and grocery specialties 2 

Lumber and millwork 1 

Commisaion merchants 10 

LlveatoCk 4 

Dairy and poultry products 1 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 3 

Lumber and millwork 2 



Sailing agents 

Other food and grocery specialties 

Other metal and metal worlcs 
Bulk tank stations (petroleom) 
Chain store warehouses 

Groceries (general line) 

Tobacco and its products (except leaf) 
Assonblers and country buyers 

Hides, sldns, and furs (raw) 

'7ool and mohair 

Dairy products (general Una) 

Butter 

Ml IK and cream 

Poultry and poultry products 

Dairy and po^oltry products 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 
Cooperative marketing associations 

^00 1 and mohair 

Dairy products (general line) 

Kllk and crean 

poultry and poultry products 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 
Elevators (^ain) 



2 

1 
1 

Ul 

4 
S 
1 

20 
4 
5 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
4 

10 
1 
3 
1 
Z 
5 
5 



71 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2 B.— STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

UTAH WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All vahies expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 
employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


THE STATE 


653 


$86,758 


$13,271 


15.3 


4,572 


#6,184 


$185 


$10,476 


Wholesalers proper 
Manufacturers' sales 'brancheo 
Agents and trokers 
All other types 


322 
98 
53 

180 


44,664 

17,046 

9,082 

15,966 


7,404 

2,999 

412 

2,456 


16.6 

17.6 

4.5 

15.4 


2,776 

1,036 

124 

637 


3,697 

1,366 

205 

926 


121 
25 
10 
29 


7,655 

1,768 

26 

1.036 


WEOLESALEBS FKOFEB 
Amusement and sporting goods 


5 


143 


48 


33.6 


11 


16 


1 


26 


AutomotlTe products (automotlye aijulpment, 
accessories and parts) 


28 


1,806 


574 


31.8 


234 


302 


4 


383 


Chemicals 


10 


1,184 


337 


28.5 


119 


143 


2 


368 


Clothing and furnishings 


5 


562 


119 


21.2 


56 


44 


_ 


75 


Coal 


5 


1.552 


138 


8.9 


28 


73 


10 


3 


Drugs and drug sundri es 


5 


2.098 


368 


17.5 


137 


182 


10 


447 


Dry goods 


4 


1,640 


246 


15.0 


138 


128 


10 


409 


Electrical goods (electrical appliances, 
equipment and supplies 


11 


1,121 


265 


25.4 


94 


133 


2 


197 


Farm products-raw materials 


5 


397 


37 


9.3 


9 


14 


1 


70 


Farm products-consumer goods 


36 


2,890 


487 


16.9 


171 


223 


15 


91 


Dairy products (general line) 
Uilk anl cream 
Poultry and dairy products 
Fruits and regetables (fresh) 
All other 

Para supplies 


5 
3 
5 
17 
6 

8 


146 

54 

185 

2,141 

364 

1,537 


40 
18 
33 
340 
56 

291 


18.9 


18 

9 

11 

114 

19 

104 


16 

6 

16 

162 

24 

128 


3 

2 

9 

1 


2 

6 
70 
13 

244 


?eed 
Seeds 

(Srocerles and foods (except farm products) 


4 
4 

82 


682 
856 

15,573 


81 

210 

1,713 


11.0 


67 
37 

650 


44 

84 

885 


24 


36 
208 

2,452 


Groceries (general line) 
Confectionery and soft drinks 
Meat and meat products 
Other food and grocery specialties 

Hardware 


17 
16 
10 
40 

5 


10,309 

467 

2,124 

2,673 

3,890 


898 

118 
231 
466 

713 


18.3 


345 
54 

68 
163 

291 


495 

66 

105 

219 

386 


5 
12 

1 
6 


1,964 

86 

67 

356 

1.009 


Jewelry and optical goods 


5 


121 


29 


24.0 


12 


14 


1 


29 


Lumber and liuildii^ nateriale 
(other than metal) 


11 


2,520 


334 


13.3 


126 


182 


12 


314 


Machinery equipment and supplies 
(except electrical) 


42 


5.309 


822 


24.8 


265 


416 


8 


742 


Commercial aachinerjr equipment and 

supplies 
Farm and dairy machinery and equipment 
Industrial machinery, equipment and 
supplies 
Bill and mine supplies (general line) 
All other 

Professional equipment and supplies 
Service equlpmait and supplies 

Laundry equipment and supplies 

All other 


5 

4 

15 

5 

10 

6 

13 

4 

9 


154 
341 

1,577 
698 
879 

582 
655 
277 
378 


42 
67 

340 
140 

200 

140 

233 

93 

140 




26 
17 

110 
46 
64 

42 
71 
37 
34 


25 
38 

163 
63 

100 

77 

113 

50 

63 


2 
1 
1 

3 

3 

3 


34 

87 

323 
164 
159 

135 

163 

68 

105 



Census of 
American 
Business 



[An (X) in 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

• Table 2 B.— STATE OF DTAH WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

column indicates that infonnation must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such daU 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no infonnation or an amount less than $500) 



State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 



■.THOLSSALERS PROPEH (continaed) 

Paper and its products 

Petroleum and Its products 

Plumting and heating equipment and supplies 

Tobacco and its products {eicept leaf) 

Taste materials 

Iron and steel scrap 

Junk and scrap (general line) 

All other kinds of husiness 
Flowers and nursery stock 
Forest products (eicept lumter) 
Leather goods 
Hiscellaneous 

HilUPACTCrHEBS' SALES BEIAIICHES 

WITH STOCKS 
Anmsement and sporting goods 
Automotire products 
Electrical goods 
Farm products-consumer goods 
Farm supplies 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 
Jewelry and optical goods 
Hachinery, equipment and supplies 

(eicept electrical) 
Uetals (except scrap) 

Plumbing and heating equipment and supplies 
All other kinds of business 

WITHOOT STOCKS 
Amusement and sporting goods 
Machinery, equipment and supplies 

(except electrical) 
Ketals (except scrap) 
All other kinds of business 

ASEDTS AND HBOKBHS 



Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Groceries and foods (except fam products) 
All other kinds of buBlness 

comnssioii heschaitts 

Farm products-raw materials 
All other kinds of business 

MAHnFACTOHEES' AOEHTS 
Electrical goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 
Inmber and building materials 

(other than metal) 
Hachinery, equipnent and supplies 

(except electrical) 
All other kinds of buslnesa 



13 



23 



4 
4 

4 
11 



79 



Net sales 



5 
5 
3 
3 
4 
22 
3 

14 
4 
5 

11 

19 



10 



S3 



$966 



Total Expenses 



Amount 



847 



892 



130 
30 



1.253 



174 

166 

89 

624 



13,487 



702 

1,675 

451 

841 

212 

S.365 

37 

1,398 

1,083 

668 

1,065 

3.559 



401 

1,328 
977 
853 



3.5S5 



1,620 
1,935 

2.049 



1,518 
531 

3,260 



160 
1,441 

432 

470 

757 



$131 



Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 



17.4 



53 



19.1 



79 8.9 



40 25.0 



29 

11 



348 



209 



2,618 



381 



174 

42 
34 

131 



108 



89 



200 



27.8 



Full-time 

employees 

{average) 



81 



48 



31 



15 



137 



19.4 



219 


31.2 


301 


18.0 


97 


21.5 


133 


15.8 


59 


27.8 


892 


16.6 


15 


40.5 


379 


27.1 


69 


6.4 


219 


32.8 


235 


22.3 



10.7 



43.4 

3.2 

3.5 
15.4 



3.0 



1.8 
4.1 



4.3 



14 



1.9 
11.3 



6.1 



12.6 
4.0 



3.2 



16.2 
4.4 



933 



Pay Roll 



Total 



$112 



54 



47 



18 



176 



68 
61 
28 
SO 
19 
342 
7 

157 
10 
42 

149 

103 



67 

13 

6 

27 

33 



33 



63 



Part- 
time 



25 
20 
12 

119 



1.175 



114 

121 

61 

62 

23 

376 

9 

206 
21 
63 

120 

181 



90 

28 
18 
45 



43 



15 
28 



45 



107 



36 

le 



Jl 



23 



Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 



$303 



31 



44 



16 



294 



108 
43 

48 
95 



1.758 



27 

161 

60 

SO 

IS 

581 

8 

469 
120 
189 
lOB 



16 
1 



75 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B. — STATE OF UTAH WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All valjus expressed in thousands of dollars) 

|An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500) 









Total Expenses 




Pay Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State and CrrT 




Per- 
cent 
of 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (end 


Kind of Business 


lish- 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 




ments 






sales 










AGEHTS AND BSOKEES (continued) 


















OTHER AOSNTS 


2 


$218 


$15 


6.9 


5 


JlO 


- 


- 


ALL OTHER TTPES 


















BtJLK T^jnc STATIONS (petrolenm) 


141 


8.689 


1,866 


21.5 


462 


684 


8 


656 


CHAIN STORE WAREHOUSES 


4 


2,483 


115 


4.6 


26 


46 


3 


190 


A^SEBBLEES ABD COUHTBI BUYERS 


20 


1,541 


103 


6.7 


31 


67 


14 


154 


Fara prodneta-raw materials 


9 


1,373 


82 


6.0 


21 


48 


12 


149 


Parn products-consumer goods 


11 


168 


21 


12.5 


10 


9 


2 


5 


COOPERATIVE HARKETINC ASSOCIATIONS 


10 


3,213 


361 


11.2 


111 


134 


4 


27 


ELEVATORS 


S 


40 


11 


27.5 


7 


5 


- 


9 




( 


ITIES OP 10( 


,000 POPOLA! 


'ION . 


JTD 07EE 








SALT I.AIf?, CTT7 


365 


60,629 


9.960 


16.4 


3.536 


4.766 


138 


7.662 


Vbolesalers proper 


220 


32,849 


5,904 


18.0 


2,215 


2,968 


90 


5,766 


Manufacturers' sales branches 


78 


13,360 


2.723 


20.4 


998 


1,267 


21 


1,241 


A^nts and brokers 


47 


6,720 


349 


5.2 


101 


183 


10 


26 


All other types 


20 


7,710 


984 


12.8 


221 


348 


17 


529 


WHOLESALIES PROPER 


















Amusement cuid sporting goods 


5 


143 


47 


32.9 


10 


16 


1 


26 


Automotive products 


18 


1,324 


446 


33.7 


179 


235 


3 


229 


Chemicals 


8 


1,081 


301 


27.8 


108 


131 


2 


340 


Clothing and furnishings 


5 


562 


119 


21.2 


56 


44 


- 


75 


Drugs and drug sundries 


4 


1.298 


232 


17.9 


96 


126 


10 


296 


3)r7 goods 


4 


1,640 


246 


16.0 


137 


128 


10 


409 


Electrical goods 


11 


1,121 


286 


25.4 


92 


133 


2 


197 


?arm products-consumer goods 


15 


2,042 


326 


16.0 


107 


164 


4 


63 


Farm supplies 


3 


840 


203 


24.2 


64 


79 


- 


198 


Groceries and foods (except farm product*) 


40 


8,084 


1,000 


12.4 


374 


604 


19 


1,203 


Hardware 


4 


3,846 


697 


18.1 


287 


380 


4 


989 


Jewelry and optical goods 


4 


109 


25 


22.9 


10 


12 


1 


26 


Lumber and building materials 


















(other than metal) 


10 


2,401 


303 


12.6 


122 


172 


10 


298 


Uachlnery, equipment and supplies 


















(except electrical) 


39 


3.133 


803 


26.6 


256 


408 


8 


683 


Paper and its products 


4 


873 


176 


20.2 


75 


104 


1 


265 


Petroleum snd Its products 


11 


724 


128 


17.7 


45 


48 


3 


25 


Tobacco and Its products (except leaf) 


3 


892 


79 


8.9 


31 


47 


1 


44 


Waste materials 


7 


147 


36 


23.8 


14 


17 


2 


16 


All other kinds of business l/ 


26 


2.690 


453 


16.8 


153 


220 


9 


386 


UANUFACTORERS' SALES RANCHES 


















Amusaient aM sportli^ goods 


9 


1.103 


394 


36.7 


125 


206 


- 


27 


Automotive products 


6 


1,760 


327 


18.7 


69 


134 


2 


160 


Electrical goods 


4 


648 


103 


18.8 


34 


66 


- 


60 


Groceries and foods (except farm products) 


14 


3,666 


740 


20.8 


318 


333 


5 


164 


Kaohlnery, equipment and supplies 


















(except electrical) 


18 


1,639 


409 25.0 


166 


225 


1 


469 


Metals (except scrap) 


6 


1.630 


60 3.9 


13 


28 


3 


50 


Plumbing and heating equlpnent and supplies 


4 


602 


209 34.7 


42 


59 


8 


180 


All other kinds of business s/ 


17 


2.612 


481 


18.4 


231 


218 


2 


141 



74 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2 B.— STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

UTAH raOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid diacloaing data for individual establishments, but such daU 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500) 





1 1 


Total Expenses 




Pat Roll 






Num- 




Full-time 
employees 




Stocks on 


State and City 
Type of Establishment 


ber of 
estab- 


Net sales 




Per- 
cent 
of 




Part- 


Kind of Business 


lish- 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


time 


of year) ^ 




ments 






sales 










AGEHTS ABB BROKEES 


















Electrical goods 


4 


♦ 160 


« 20 


12.5 


3 


« 16 


♦ 1 


» 


Farm products-conaomer gooda 


6 


729 


62 


8.5 


17 


SO 


6 


I ( 


Groceriee and foods (except farm products) 


e 


3,269 


100 


3.1 


34 


S9 


1 




ImjBber and lialldlng materials 


















(ether than metal) 


6 


707 


26 


4.0 


9 


13 


" 


"■ 


UachinerT', equipment and supplies 


















(except electrical) 


11 


470 


76 


16.2 


19 


36 


1 


16 


All other kinds of business 3/ 


13 


1,395 


63 


4.5 


19 


SO 


1 


1 


ALL OTHEB TTPES 


















Farm products-raw materials 


4 


1,284 


74 


6.8 


19 


46 


10 


130 


Para products-consumer goods 


3 


T84 


74 


9.4 


26 


35 


2 


6 


Petroleum and its products 


11 


3,519 


734 


20.9 


154 


228 


2 


229 


Ail other kinds of Irualness 


2 


2,123 


102 


4.8 


22 


40 


3 


164 


ci 


TIES OF 


20,000 TO a. 


,000 POPOLA! 


lOB 










OGDEN 


52 


12,276 


1,415 


11.5 


439 


698 


6 


1.626 


Wholesalers proper 


27 


5,728 


793 


13.8 


305 


411 


2 


1,103 


All other types 


25 


6,648 


622 


9.5 


134 


187 


4 


622 


Farm products-raw nateriala 


4 


2,013 


42 


2.1 


17 


H 


_ 


» 


Farm products-conaumer goods 


S 


724 


239 


33.0 


56 


67 


2 


14 


Groceries and foods (except farm ^»<*T«otBl 


13 


5,627 


537 


9.5 


184 


274 


1 


1,077 


Petroleum and its pr"*iiet8 


10 


912 


196 


21.5 


41 


65 


1 


62 


All other kinds of huslneas 


20 


3,000 


401 


13.4 


141 


181 


2 


472 


CI 


PIES CF 


6,000 TO 20, 


000 POPOLATI 


OB 










Total 


ei 


4,041 


66S '1S.9 


217 


309 


IS 


616 


BBIGHAM 


8 


314 


55 


17.5 


12 


34 


7 


36 


LOGAH 


13 


626 


160 


24.0 


40 


61 


2 


76 


MtJEEAT 


3 


352 


40 


U.4 


20 


24 


- 


13 


PHOTO 


29 


2,597 


402 


16.5 


134 


169 


3 


376 


TOOELB 


8 


152 


36 


23.7 


11 


16 


1 


16 


1/ Includes 2 establishments dealing in coal 


; 2 in f 


ara product c 


-raw materia 


Is; i 


In furnito 


re and honal 


famlihl 


ngs| 1 In 


metals; 2 in plumbing and heating equipm* 


at and a 


upplles; and 


16 in all c 


ther 


prodnets. 








2/ Includea 1 establishment dealing in chami 


cala; 2 


in clothing 


and furnish! 


nga; 


1 in coal; 


S in drags 1 


nd irag 1 


nndrlett 


1 In farm producte-oonsomer goods; 1 in : 


arm supp 


lies; 1 in t 


orniture and 


hOUE 


e fumlshiz 


gs; 1 in Jei 


elry and 




optical goods; 1 in lumber and building i 


ateriala 


; 2 In papei 


and its pre 


duoti 


; 1 in toba 


ceo and its 


products 




(except leaf); and 3 in all other prodnel 


a. 
















Z/ Includes 1 establishment dealing in ehemi 


oals; 1 


in clothing 


and furnish! 


ngs; 


1 in dry go 


ods; 1 in f« 


ra prodnc 


t»- 


raw materials; 1 in furniture and house < 


imlshli] 


gs; 2 In hai 


dware; Z in 


metal 


s; 1 in pli 


nbing and hi 


ating a^n 


ipmeut 


and supplies; and 3 In all other product! 


• 

















75 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 3. — STATE OF 



UTAH 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

RECEIPTS FROM SALES OF MERCHANDISE AND SERVICE. BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 
(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 





Num- 




Total 
Expenses 


Receipts From— 












Space rental 


Other sources 




ber of 
estab- 


Total net 
sales 




Per- 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 










Kind of Business 


Num- 




Num- 






lish- 
ments 




Amount 


cent 

of 

sales 


storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 


ber 

of 

estab- 


Amount 


ber 

of 

estab- 


Amount 
















lish- 




lish- 


















ments 




ments 




Total for State 


653 


$86,758 


513,271 


15.S 


$85,611 


$115 


5 


SI 6 


29 


31,116 


.Unusamant and sporting gooim 


14 


1,246 


441 


36.4 


256 








9 


1/ 990 
37 


Automotive products 


36 


3,667 


903 


25.3 


3,483 


47 


- 


_ 


5 


Clothing and furnishings 


8 


1,236 


252 


20.4 


1,236 


_ 


. 


. 


_ 




Blectrleal goods 


19 


1,829 


408 


22.3 


1,811 


13 


_ 


. 


1 


5 


Farm products-raw materials 


26 


4,779 


217 


4.6 


4,772 


2 


- 


- 


1 


5 


Farm product s-conaumer goods 


65 


7,862 


1,068 


13.6 


7,849 


_ 


- 


_ 


1 


3 


Farm supplies 


12 


1,749 


360 


20.0 


1,749 


- 


_ 


- 






Furniture and house furnlshltigs 


4 


368 


61 


13.9 


368 


_ 


- 


. 


. 


_ 


Urocerles and foods (aioept farm 






















products ) 


116 


26,673 


2,823 


10.6 


26,668 


- 


. 


.. 


1 


5 


Jewelry and optical 3>ads 


e 


158 


44 


27.8 


158 


. 


. 


_ 






L-mbar and aullding materials (other 






















th^n metal) 


18 


3,248 


368 


11.3 


3,239 


. 


1 


9 


« 


_ 


Machinery, equipment and supplies 






















f except electrical) 


72 


6,605 


1,319 


20.3 


6,401 


61 


- 


- 


8 


2/ 53 


Metals (except scrap) 


10 


2,112 


106 


6.0 


2,112 


- 


. 


_ 


. 


Petroleum and Its products 


154 


9,536 


2,013 


21.1 


9,625 


1 


1 


3 


1 


7 


plumbing and haatins equlpinant and 






















supplies 


9 


1,011 


280 


27.7 


1,011 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


waste materials 


B 


160 


40 


25,0 


160 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


All other kinds of business 


75 


14,729 


2,586 


17.6 


14,718 


1 


3 


4 


2 


11 


1/Includes 9 exchanges dealing in motl 


>n pictu 


re films wit 


1 Income fr 


>ni fl 


Im rentals o 


r .?990,000 










^Includes 2 establishments dealing In 


:nachlne 


ry equipment 


and suppll 


es wi 


th receipts 


from machl 


ne rentals awn^tln^ 


to 


833,000. 























l>«»-8 

Census of 
American 
Business 



I&ble 4 STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

[AH CREDIT SALES, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHUENT AND KBiD OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 

(All vaiues expressed in thousands of doUare) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Estabushments 


Establishments Reporting Credit Sales 
















Credit sales 


Total 
Expenses 
















Per- 
cent 
of 




Per- 
cent 
of 




Percent of 
sales 










Type of Estabushment 








Kind of Business 


Num- 
ber 


Net 
sales 


Num- 
ber 


total 
for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 


Net 
sales 


total 
for 
kind 
of 
busi- 
ness 


Amount 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
re- 
port- 
ing 
credit 
sales 


All 
estob- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Per- 
cent" 
of 
sales 


Total for State 


653 


#86,758 


506 


77.5 


»71,2S1 


82.1 


tse,848 


82.6 


67.8 


♦11,605 


16.3 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 
























Total 


322 


44,664 


271 


34.2 


41,620 93.2 


35,702 


_85^ 


79.9 


6.851 


16.5 


Anaisaaent and oportiog gooda 


5 


143 


3 


60.0 


101 


70.6 


84 


83.2 


58.7 


31 


30.7 


Automotive products 


28 


1,806 


25 


89.S 


1,772 


98.1 


1,089 


61.5 


60.3 


565 


31.9 


Cheoicala 


10 


1,184 


10 


100.0 


1,184 


100.0 


1,060{ 89.5 


89.5 


SS7 


28.5 


Clothing and fumlehlngs 


5 


562 


3 


100.0 


562 


100.0 


5451 97.0 


97.0 


119 


21.2 


Coal 


5 


1.552 


3 


60.0 


1,542 


99.4 


1,495 


97.0 96.3 


134 


8.7 


Diugs and drug sundries 


5 


2,098 


3 


60.0 


2,038 


97.1 


1,784 


87.5 


85.0 


332 


16.3 


Dry gooda 


4 


1,540 


4 


100.0 


1,540 


100.0 


1,385 


89.9 


89.9 


246 


16.0 


Electrical goods 


11 


1,121 


10 


90.9 


1,120 


99.9 


1,0641 95.0 


94.9 


284 


25.4 


Fam products-raw materials 


5 


397 


2 


40.0 


129 


32.5 


44| 34.1 


U.l 


10 


7.8 


Faim products-conamnor goods 


36 


2,890 


32 


88.9 


8,729 


94.4 


1,982 


72.6 


68.6 


460 


16.9 


Fazm suppllea 


8 


1,537 


3 


37.5 


663 


43.1 


94 


14.2 


6.1 


79 


11.9 


Oroceriss arid foods (except 
























fam products) 


82 
5 


15,573 

3,890 


66 
5 


60.5 
100.0 


14,325 
3,890 


92.0 
100.0 


12,821 
3,676 


3S.3 
94.5 


78.5 


1,625 


11.3 


Hardware 


94.5 


713 


13.3 


Jewelry and optical goods 


5 


121 


5 


100.0 


121 


100.0 


97 


80.2 


80.2 


29 


24.0 


Lumbar and building materials 
























(other than setal) 


11 


2,520 


11 


100.0 


2,520 


100.0 


2,464 


97.8 


97.8 


334 


13.3 


Machinery equipaent and supplies 
























(except electrical) 


42 


3,309 


38 


90.5 


3,255 


98.4 


3,072 


94.4 


92.3 


796 


24.5 


Paper and its products 


5 


966 


5 


100.0 


966 


100.0 


922 


95.4 


95.4 


191 


19.3 


Petroleum and its products 


13 


847 


13 


100.0 


847 


100.0 


675 


79.7 


79.7 


147 


17.4 


Plumbing and heatiiig equipment 
























and aupplies 


3 


303 


3 


lOO.O 


303 


100.0 


287 


94.7 


94.7 


58 


19.1 


Tobacco and its products (except 
























leaf) 


3 


892 


3 


100.0 


892 


100.0 


733 


82.2 


82.2 


79 


8.9 


Waste materials 


8 


160 


3 


37.5 


124 


77.5 


107 


86.3 


66.9 


29 


23.4 


All other kinds of buslnesa 


23 


1,255 


19 


82.6 


997 


79.6 


822 


82.4 


65.6 


253 


25.4 


ALL OTHSR TiFtS 
















. 








Total 


331 


42,094 


235 


71.0 


29. 6U 


70.3 


23.146 


78.2 


55.0 


4.754 


16.1 


Amusement and sporting goods 


9 


1,103 


4 


44.4 


413 


37.4 


258 


62.5 


23.4 


177 


42.9 


Autoiaotive products 


7 


1,761 


6 


85.7 


1,143 


64.9 


1,121 


98.1 


63.7 


197 


17.2 


Chemicals 


2 


(X) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(I) (I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Clothing and furnishings 


3 


674 


3 


100.0 


674 


100.0 


674! 100.0 


uao 


133 


19.7 


Coal 


1 


(I) 


1 


W 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


Drugs and drug sundries 


2 


W 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dry goods 


1 


W 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Electrical goods 


8 


70S 


6 


75.0 


702 


99.2 


646' 92.0 


91.2 


120 


17.1 


Fann products-law materials 


21 


4,382 


1 


4.8 


618 


14.1 


30 


4.9 


0.7 


29 


4.7 


Fana products-consuizier goods 


29 


4,962 


17 


58.6 


2,757 


65.6 


2,331 


84.5 


47.0 


517 


18.3 


Fam supplies 


4 


212 


4 


100.0 


212 


100.0 


61 


28.8 


28.8 


Uf 


r^f 


F^j—nure and house furnishings 


2 


W 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Groceries and foods 


34 


U.IOO 


24 


70.6 


8,622 


77.7 


7,605 


88.2 


68.5 


1,012 


11.7 


Hardware 


2 


(X) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Jewelry and optical goods 


3 


37 


3 


100.0 


37 


100.0 


32 


36.5 


86.5 


15 


40.5 


Lumber and building materials 


1 


728 


5 


71.4 


702 


96.4 


702 


100.0 


96.4 


28 


4.0 


ilschlnery equipment and supplies 


30 


3,196 


28 


93.3 


3,149 


98.5 


3,039 


96.5 


9S.1 


480 


15.2 


Uetals (except scrap) 


9 


2,104 


7 


77.8 


1,968 


93.5 


1,958 


100.0 


93.5 


98 


5.0 


Paper and its products 


2 


(X) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Petroleum and Its products 


141 


3,689 


lU 


70.7 


7,058 


81.2 


3,373 


47.8 


33.8 


1,514 


21.5 


Pluiublng and h:-atlng equipment 


6 


708 


6 


100.0 


708 


100.0 


458 


64.7 


64.7 


222 


31.4 


Tobacco and its products 


2 


(X) - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




— 


~ 


All other products 


6 


394 


4 


66.7 


380 


96.4 


380 


100.0 


96.4 


70 


1B.4 



ia-w-3 

Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 5.— STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

DTIH DISTRIBUTION OF SALES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States Only 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 




Establishments Reporting Distribution of Sales 




Type of Establishment 


Num- 


Net 


Total 


Num- 
ber 
of es- 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Net 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Total 
expenses 


Sales to 
retailers 


Sales to 
home 
con- 


Sales to 
indus- 


Sales to 
whole- 
sale 
organi- 
zations 


Kind of Business 








ber 


sales 


expenses 


tab- 
lish- 
ments 


sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


for 
resale 


siuners 

(at 
retail) 


trial 
users 












ness 




ness 














Total for State 


6&3 


te6,7E8 


413,271 


637 


82.2 


(72,419 


83 .6 


$10,687 


14.6 


$60,706 


«£,320 


$12,703 


16,690 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 




























Total 


322 


44,664 


7,404 


304 


94.4 


40,093 


89.8 


6,666 


16.4 


31,426 


1,728 


6,626 


1,314 


muiieiKiits ana sporting 




























goods 


5 


143 


48 


4 


80.0 


141 


98.6 


46 


32.6 


6S 


6 


33 


37 


lutomotlTO products 


28 


1,806 


674 


28 


100.0 


1,806 


100.0 


574 


31.8 


1,641 


170 


74 


21 


Gbdmicals 


10 


1,184 


337 


10 


100.0 


1,184 


100.0 


337 


28.6 


675 


222 


334 


66 


Clothing and fomlshli^e 


5 


E62 


119 


6 


100.0 


562 


100.0 


119 


21.2 


661 


1 


- 


- 


Coal 


6 


1,E62 


138 

368 


6 


100.0 


1,662 


100.0 


138 


8.9 


1,099 


6 


435 


12 


Progs and drug siandrlea 


E 


2,098 


3 


60.0 


897 


42.8 


166 


18.4 


860 


46 


- 


1 


Dry goods 


4 


1,640 


246 


3 


76.0 


483 


31.4 


97 


20.1 


483 


- 


- 


- 


Blootrloal goods 


11 


1,121 


285 


9 


81.8 


868 


77.4 


217 


26.0 


596 


21 


241 


10 


farm products-raw materials 


6 


397 


37 


3 


60.0 


321 


80.9 


31 


9.7 


97 


8 


192 


24 


i^rm produota-consQiner 




























goods 


36 


2,890 


487 


31 


86.1 


2,704 


93. S 


466 


17.2 


2,633 


42 


33 


96 


lUm supplies 


e 


1,537 


291 


7 


87.6 


968 


62.3 


142 


14.8 


704 


253 


. - 


1 


Groceries and foods (except 




























fam products) 


62 


15,573 


1,713 


82 


100.0 


16,673 


100.0 


1,713 


U.O 


14,121 


150 


4E6 


647 


Hardware 


s 


3,890 


713 


4 


80.0 


2.914 


74.9 


638 


18.6 


2,166 


20 


728 


- 


Jewelry and optical goods 


s 


121 


29 


6 


100.0 


121 


100.0 


29 


24.0 


106 


1 


16 


- 


Lonber and building 




























iDftterlals 


11 


2,620 


334 


11 


100.0 


2,620 


100.0 


334 


13.3 


1,843 


209 


329 


139 


Hachlnery.eip't.* supplies 


42 


3,309 


822 


39 


92.9 


3,068 


92.7 


757 


24.7 


1,046 


80 


1,880 


63 


Paper and its products 


E 


966 


191 


E 


100.0 


966 


100.0 


191 


19.8 


715 


46 


205 


- 


Petrolamn and its products 


13 


847 


147 


13 


100.0 


847 


100.0 


147 


17.4 


508 


152 


187 


- 


Plumbing and liaatl%' eiip't. 


3 


303 


E8 


3 


100.0 


303 


100.0 


68 


19.1 


220 


27 


66 


- 


Tobicco and its products 


3 


892 


79 


3 


ICO.O 


892 


100.0 


79 


8.9 


892 


- 


- 


— 


I&ste materials 


a 


160 


40 


8 


100.0 


160 


100.0 


40 


26.0 


10 


12 


132 


6 


All other kinds of business 


23 


1,253 


348 


23 


100.0 


1,263 


100.0 


348 


27.8 


698 


266 


297 


2 


ILL OTaSH TYPES 




























Total 


331 


42,094 


6,867 


233 


70.4 


32,326 


76.8 


4,022 


12.5 


19.281 


692 


7,077 


6,376 


Amazement I sporting goods 


9 


1,103 


393 


3 


1 

33.3 


326 


29.6 


130 


39.9 


66 


• 


261 


10 


Automotive products 


7 


1,761 


329 


7 


lOO.O 


1,761 


100.0 


329 


18.7 


1,646 


6 


109 


- 


Chemicals 


2 


W 


(X) 


(a) 


(XI 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Clothing and furnishings 


3 


674 


133 


3 


too.o 


674 


100.0 


133 


19.7 


674 


- 


- 


- 


coal 


1 


W 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(a) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


Drugs and drug sumries 


2 


W 


(X] 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


Dry goods 


1 


W 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(XI 


(X' 


(X) 


U) 


(X) 


Sleotrlcel goods 


e 


708 


123 


T 


87. E 


706 


99.7 


122 


17.3 


96 


12 


497 


101 


yarm products-raw materials 


21 


4,382 


130 


13 


61.9 


3,684 


81.8 


162 


4.2 


269 


11 


2,167 


1,137 


Farm products-consumer 




























goods 


29 


4,962 


681 


26 


89.7 


4,672 


92.1 


662 


12.3 


3,061 


136 


1,267 


119 


farm siqipliea 


4 


212 


69 


4 


100. 


212 


100. c 


59 


27.8 


209 


2 


1 


- 


Furniture i house furnlshln 


;3 2 


W 


W 


(X) 


(X) 


(X] 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(XI 


(X) 


Orocerias and fooda 


34 


11,100 


1,110 


£2 


94.1 


10,292 


92.7 


1,071 


10.4 


6,936 


41 


197 


3,118 


Hardware 


2 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


Jewelry and optical goods 


3 


37 


IE 


3 


LOO.O 


37 


lOO.O 


16 


40.6 


32 


6 


- 


- 


Lumbar £ Bldg. mterials 


7 


728 


34 


6 


85.7 


707 


97.1 


23 


4.0 


493 


- 


214 


» 


Machinery, e(ip*t. 4 supplios 


30 


3,196 


497 


26 


86.7 


1,926 


60.3 


410 


21.3 


769 


132 


960 


76 


Metals (except scrap] 


9 


2,104 


104 


6 


66.7 


1,670 


74.6 


79 


6.0 


448 


46 


1,002 


72 


Paper and its products 


2 


W 


(X) 


(X] 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


W 


(I) 


(X) 


(X] 


Petroleun and its produots 


141 


8,689 


1,866 


72 


51.1 


3,660 


41.0 


602 


14.1 


3,269 


192 


94 


IE 


Plumbine; & heatli^ eqp*t. 


6 


708 


222 


6 


LOO.O 


■708. ■ 


100 .0 


222 


31.4 


624 


7 


177 


- 


Tobac:o and its products 


2 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


All ether products 


6 


394 


73 


6 


lOO.O 


394 


100.0 


73 


18.6 


317 


- 


76 


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American 
Business 



SO 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 1. — STATE OF NE7ADA SUMMARY OF WHOLESALE TRADE, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in Ihousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that infonnation must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Number of 
Establish- 


Net Sales 


Total Expenses 


Full- 
time 
employees 
{average) 


Pay Roll 


Stocks 

on 

hand 

(end 

of 

year) 

1 


State and City 
Type of Establishment 


ments 


Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 


1929 


1933 


1929 

$13,719 


Amount 


Percent 

of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 




1933 1929 
17.4 3.5 


THE STj>T«: 


j 14L 


96 


$9,963 


$1,738 


436 


$756 


7.6 


^ 


$1,100 


Wholesalers proper 


61 


49 


4.658 


7.566 


713 


15.2110.9 


209 


350 


7.5 


25 


624 


Manufacturers* sales branches 


5 


4 


170 


774 


33 


19.4 


5.8 


9 


13 


7.6 


_ 


27 


Agents and brokers 


2 


12 


(X) 


661 


(X) 


(X) 


19.8 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) . 


Commission merchants 
ffenufacturers* apenta 

All c*^e^ types 


2 

73 


12 
31 


(X) 
(X) 


661 
4,718 


•(X) 
(X) 


(X) 


19.8 
15.3 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


(X) 

(X) 


(X) 

(X) 


(X) 
(X) 


Bulk tank stations 
Chain store warehouses 
assemblers and country buyers 


70 
2 

1 


25 
6 


4,194 
(X) 
(X) 


4,611 
207 


852 
(X) 
(X) 


203 15.4 

(X) 

(X) 14.0 


179 
(X) 
(X) 


319 
(X) 
(X) 


7.6 
(X) 
(X) 


7 
(X) 
(X) 


350 
(X) 
(X) 


1/ The increase in the number cf est 


pblishme 


tits was 


3ue pritnarll 


y to dlfferejnces in nietlhod c 


f reporting lai 


ge chain oi 


gani; 


ations. 





81 



Ceqsus of 

AiDerican 

Busluosa 



TABLE 2A. - STATE OP NEVADA 



WHOLESALE DISTBIBOTIOH: 1933 

NUMBER OP ffiOLKALE BSTABLISHKEKTS, BT TtPB AUD KIND OF BUSQTBSS 

rOB STATES AKD SSLECTl!!} dTlifib 



Kind of BuaineBS 



Total 



Total 

Automotive produota 

T>fy goods 

Electrioal goods 

parm products-raw materials 

^aro. produots-oonsunier goods 

Farm supplies 

Grooerles and foods [except farm 

produota] 
Hardware 
Jewelry and optical gooda 



_14X 



10 



■as 



y 



m o 
a o 



_§a 



17 16 



l/ The 76 "All other typos" oonslsta of the following; 



LLilted fijnotlon wholeaalertall other prodmts) 
Commissi:)!! merchants (farm prodaota-oomsujner goods) 
BulX tank stations (petroleumi 
Chain store warehouses (farm si?>plle3 
Asserablers and country buyers (farm products-raw 
materials) 



D « 

3^ 



J6 



Kind of Business 



Liunber and building materials 
llMhlnery, equipment and aapplles 

[except eleotrioal) 
Metals (esccept scrap) 
Paper and its products 
peti^leuin and its products 
plumbing and heating eqp'ft. and 

suppl i es 
Tobacco and its products (except leaf) 
?/a3te materials 
All other products 



ToUl 




T^ 



70 



'"" WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Amencan Table 2B. STATE OF HE7ADA BHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 



State and City 

Ttpe of Establishment 

Kind op Business 



THE STATE 

Wholesalers proper 
Manufacturers* Bales braDches 
All other types 

WHOLESAIKIB PROPER 

Automatic prod vets 

Farm products -consumers goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 

Petroleum and Its products 

Tobacco and Its products (except leaf) 

All other kinds of busiDBas 

ALL OTHER TYPES 

BDLK TANK STATIOIB (petroleum) 
O: PR TYPES 



Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



141 



3 
8 

IS 
8 
6 

23 



Net 



♦9.983 



4,658 

170 

5,135 



170 
645 
1,921 
209 
916 
797 



4.194 



941 



Total Expenses 



Amount 



♦1.738 



713 

33 

992 



47 
187 
174 

32 
110 
183 



852 



140 



Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 



17.4 



15.3 
19.4 
19.3 



27.8 
25.9 
9.1 
15.3 
12.0 
23.0 



20.3 



14.9 



Full-time 

employees 

(average) 



4S0 



209 

9 

218 



17 
52 
54 
10 
26 
50 



179 



39 



Pat Roll 



Total 



♦756 



350 

13 

393 



25 
78 
82 
17 
43 
105 



319 



74 



Part- 
time 



♦36 



Stocks on 

band (end 

of year) 



♦1.100 



624 

27 
449 



71 
14 

246 
18 
80 

195 



350 
99 



ClrlES OF 5,000 TO 20, 



000 POPDLATION 



Total 



LAS VEGAS 

BSNO 



64 



17 
47 



5,845 

1,427 
4,418 



212 
710 



16.8 



14.9 
16.1 



2S2 



46 

806 



341 



818 



192 
626 



63 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 3, — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

^ RECEIPTS FROM SALES OF MERCHANDISE AND SERVICE, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 
(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Total net 
sales 


Total 
Expenses 


Receipts From— 




Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 

storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 


Space rental 


Other sources 


Kind of Business 


Num- 
ber 

of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 
of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Total for State 


141 


*9,953 


$1,738 


17.4 


»9,915 


iie 


2 


J6 


5 


iZ6 


Autonotlve products 

I^achinery, equlpnent and supplies, 

(except electrical) 
Petroleum and its products 
} Iwabing and heating equipment and 

supplies 
Tobacco ar i its products (eicept leeX , 
All other kinds of business 


3 

3 
75 

3 

6 
50 


170 

15 

4,403 

245 

916 

4,214 


47 

2 
884 

75 
110 
519 


27.5 

13.3 
20.1 

31.0 
12.0 
14.7 


165 

15 
4,401 

231 

903 

4,200 


5 

1 

10 


1 
1 


5 

1 


1 

1 
1 
2 


1 

14 
8 
3 



84 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 4.— STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

fETADA CREDIT SALES, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 

(All mlues expressed in thousands of doUars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that infonnation must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


ESTABUSHMENTS REPORTING CREDIT SaLES 
















Credit sales 


Total 
Expenses 
















Per- 




Per- 




Percent of 
sales 


















cent 
of 




cent 
of 










Type of Establishment 








Kind of Business 


Num- 
ber 


Net 
sales 


Num- 
ber 


total 
for 
kind 
of 
busi- 
ness 


Net 
sales 


total 
for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 


Amount 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
re- 
port- 
ing 
credit 
sales 


All 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 

sales 


Total for State 


141 


S9,963 


117 


83.0 


«8,316 


83.5 


$5,644 


67.9- 


56.6 


?1.434 


17.8 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 


















Total 


61 


4,658 


62 


86.2 


3,989 


86.6 


2,497 


62.6 


53.6 


635 


16.9 


.iutomotlve products 


3 


170 


3 


100.0 


170 


100.0 


125 


73.5 


73.5 


47 


27.6 


(■arm products-consumer goods 


8 


646 


7 


87.5 


62S 


96.9 


364 


68.2 


56.4 


163 


26.1 


Groceries and foods (except farm pro- 
























ducts) 


16 


1,921 


12 


80.0 


1,363 


71.0 


808 


59.3 


42.1 


131 


9.6 


Petroleum and Its iroducts 


6 


209 


6 


100. J 


209 


100.0 


114 


64.6 


64.5 


32 


16.3 


Tobacco and Its products (except leaf) 


6 


916 


5 


83.3 


868 


94.8 


464 


53.5 


50.7 


102 


11.8 


.Ul ocher kinds of business 


23 


797 


19 


82.6 


754 


94.6 


622 


82.5 


78.0 


160 


21.2 


■ ilL OTHTE 7YPSS 
























Total 


80 


6,306 


66 


81.3 


4,327 


81.6 


3,147 


72.7 


69.3 


799 


18.6 


Farm products-raw rmterlala 


1 


(XI 


_ 


_ 


. 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Farm products-consttaer goods 


Z 


IX) 


2 


tx) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


Farm supplies 


2 


(X) 


2 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Groceries and fbods (except farm 
























products) 


4 


(X) 


2 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


IX) 


Machinery, equipment and supplies 
























(except electrical) 


1 


(X) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


IX) 


Petroleum and its produces 


70 


4,194 


56 


80.0 


3,441 


62.0 


2,437 


70.8 


58.1 


685 


18.5 


Plumbing and heating equipment and 
























supplies 


2 


(X) 


2 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 



85 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRffiUTION: 1933 

Table 5.— ^ATE OF 'HEfiSA. DISTRIBUTION OF SALES. BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND TYPE OF ESTABLISHUENT 

For States Only 

{AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 






Estabushments Reporting DiSTHiBtrnoN of Sales 




Ttte or Establishment 


Num- 


Net 


Total 


Num- 
ber 
of es- 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Net 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Total 
expenses 


Sales to 
retailers 


Sales to 
home 
con- 


Sales to 
indus- 


Sales to 
whole- 
sale 
organi- 
zations 


Kind of Business 








ber 


sales 


expenses 


tab- 
lish- 
ments 


sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


for 

resale 


siuners 

{at 
relail) 


trial 
users 












ness 




ness 














Total for State 


141 


»9,96S 


♦1,758 


93 


66.0 


*7,029 


70.6 


*1,129 


16,1 


♦5,420 


♦495 


♦713 


♦401 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 




























Total 


61 


4,698 


713 


60 


98.4 


4,633 


99.5 


698 


15.1 


3,846 


408 


312 


67 


Autcnoti™ products 


S 


170 


47 


3 


100.0 


170 


100.0 


47 


27.6 


161 


9 


_ 


- 


Tana products - consumer 




























goods 


8 


64S 


167 


8 


100.0 


64S 


ICO.O 


167 


25.9 


493 


70 


80 


2 


Qrooerles and foods (ex- 




























cept f«3i products) 


15 


1,921 


174 


IE 


lOC.O 


1,321 


100.0 


174 


9.1 


1,716 


160 


41 


4 


Petroleum and Its products 


6 


209 


32 


6 


100.0 


209 


100.0 


32 


15.3 


97 


17 


65 


30 


Tobacco and Its products 




























(ancept leaf) 


6 


915 


110 


6 


100.0 


916 


100.0 


UO 12.0 


855 


56 


- 


5 


All other kinds of buslnesi 


23 


797 


183 


22 


95.7 


772 


96.9 


168 


21.8 


524 


96 


126 


26 


AU. OTHER TYPES 




























Total 


80 


5,205 


1,025 


33 


41.3 


2,396 


45.2 


431 


18.0 


1,574 


87 


401 


334 


FarE products - raw mater- 




























ials 


1 


(I) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


tx) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


Farm products - consumer 




























goods 


Z 


(I) 


(Z) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Fans supplies 


2 


(I) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Groceries snd foods 




























(eacoept faim products) 


2 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(Xl 


(X) 


(X) 


Machinery, equlpnent and 




























supplies (except electri- 




























cal) 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Petroleum and Its products 


70 


4,194 


852 


£3 


32.9 


1,285 


30.6 


258 20.1 


793 


32 


355 


105 


PlumMng, heating equli*- 


























ment and sapplles 


2 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) (X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 





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le 

WHOLfiSALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 1.— STATE OF ^ISHIIItt'JOIH SUMllAllV OF WHOLESALE TRADE, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

(AU Mies expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in coluinn indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Number of 
Establish- 
ments 


Net Sales 


Total Expenses 


Full- 
time 
employees 
(average) 


Pat Boll 


Stocks 

on 

hand 

of 
year) 


State and City 
Type of Establishment 


Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 


1929 


1933 


1929 


Amoimt 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 




1933 


1929 


THR STATE 


2.714 


2.591 


$439,269 


J960.427 


S63.407 


14.4 


10,7 


19.288 


$29,428 


6,7 








1.346 


1.370 


179.537 


462.532 


29.606 


16.6J12.1 


10.118 


44,687 


8.? 


684 


31.681 


Wholeoale merchants 

Bxportera 

Importers 

Limited function irtioltsalers 

Manufacturers* sales branches 


1,233 
25 
32 
65 

312 


1,261 
39 
24 
66 

308 


-1«1,026 
7,979 
7,667 
8,676 

61,948 


394,406 

74,977 

3,066 

10,084 

127.770 


28,296 
503 
638 
167 

11.325 


17.6 
6.3 
8.1 
6.2 

18,3 


14.2 
1.8 
8.9 
8.1 

17.1 


9,754 

123 

194 

47 

3.126 


14,067 

196 

360 

75 

5.226 


8,7 
2.8 
4.5 
2.8 

8.4 


666 
6 
4 
8 

80 


30,661 
177 
664 
179 

8.00? 


With stoclcs 
Without atoclca 


267 

66 

297 


308 
346 


63,623 
8,426 

101.558 


127,770 
206.765 


10,320 
1,005 

3.990 


19.3 
11.9 

3.9 


4,4 


2,803 
323 

904 


4,697 
628 

1.747 


8.8 
6.3 

J. 7 


76 
2 

111 


8,009 


Brolcers 

Coirmission merchants 
Export agents 
Manufacturers* agents 
Selling agents 
Other agents 

All other trnes 


117 
39 
13 

196 

19 

3 

760 


74 
63 

147 

' 64 

7 

668 


29,396 

44.146 

7,891 

11,769 

6,771 

1,685 

96.216 


63,778 

27,736 

36,209 

82,264 

6,786 

143.360 


1,022 

1,407 

188 

671 

749 

53 

16.486 


3.6 
3,2 
2.4 
4.9 
11.1 
3.3 

19,? 


3.3 
4.1 
- 
5,9 
4.6 
2.3 

11.^ 


233 
297 
42 
160 
163 
9 

5.140 


624 
643 
108 
868 
305 
11 

7.769 


1.8 
1.2 
1.3 
2.2 
4.6 
.7 

e.l 


19 

63 

2 

16 

7 

5 

662 


304 

466 

28 

166. 
96 

1 

7.926 


Bulk tanlc stations 
';hain store warehouses 
Assemblers i±nd country buj-ers 
Cooperative marketing 

associations . 
Cream stations i/ 
flleTdtors i/ 
Other types 


439 

9 

191 

91 

3 

27 


'206 

3 

194 

62 

89 
16 


44,742 

7,411 

13,812 

27,544 

261 

2,446 


59,635 

1,263 

26,336 

20,223 

31,180 
2,723 


8,539 

428 

8,622 

6,720 

97 

180 


19.1 

6.8 

18.3 

24.4 
37.2 

7.4 


17.6 
6.1 
7.6 

13,3 

1.0 
13.5 


2,164 
133 
963 

1,818 
22 
56 


3,829 

203 

1,303 

2,306 
29 

99 

- 


6.6 
2.7 
9.4 

8.4 

11.1 

4.0 


73 

4 

343 

424 

2 
16 


3,680 

656 

1,919 

1,524 

29 

118 

- 


^\TTLE 


1,070 


1,220 


226,155 


574,707 


32,068 


14.2 


10.6 


9.602 


16.299 


6,8 


419 


21,551 ! 


Wholesalers proper 


625 


730 


99.623 


321.328 


16.661 


16,7 


11,1 


6.565 


8.368 


«.4 


262 


16.070 


Wholesale merchants 

lilxportera 

Importers 

Limited fanction wholesalers 

Vanuf«rturers» sales branches 


646 
23 
24 
32 

215 


637 
38 
24 
31 

2U 


83,966 
7,670 
6,406 
1,679 

46.903 


238,440 

73,977 

3,066 

6,846 

95.562 


15,621 

478 

568 

94 

8.663 


13.5 
6.2 
8.9 
6.0 

18,2 


14.1 
1.7 
8.9 
6.2 

14,1 


5,252 

123 

166 

26 

2.276 


7,828 

196 

299 

46 

3.943 


9.3 
2.5 
4.7 
2.9 

i)i4 


233 

6 
4 
10 

55 


16,159 
177 
621 
113 

5.610 


^vith stocks 
T7ithout stocks 

igents and bj-okers 


167 
48 

197 


263 


39,108 
7,795 

49 , 711 


125 1^7 66 


7,632 
921 

2.149 


19.6 
11.8 

4.3 


4.4 


2,000 
276 

669 


3,466 
478 

1.077 


8.9 
6.1 

2.2 


54 

1 

46 


5,610 
4S2_t 


Brokers 

Coumission merchants 
Export agent 8 
Manufacturers* agents 
Selling agents 
Other agents 

All other t/jje.s 


64 
16 
12 
90 
12 
3 

33 


61 
31 

127 

60 

4 

,6 


20,645 
3,081 
7,688 

10,647 
6,665 
1,665 

29,918 


40,460 
19,047 

31,149 

29,308 

6,801 

32,062 


647 
261 
186 
505 
497 
63 

4.706 


3.1 
8.5 
2.4 
4.7 
8.6 
3.3 

16.7 


3.4 
3.7 

6.1 
4,8 
1.7 

17,3 


148 

93 

42 

137 

130 

9 

1.202 


369 
129 
102 
233 
i;33 
11 

1.911 


1.6 
4.2 
1.3 
2.2 
4.0 
.7 

6,4 


11 
6 
2 

14 
7 
5 


237 1 

2r 

22 i 
135 
30 

1 

2.519 


imlk tdnk stations 
Jhain store warehouses 
vssetablers and country bxiyers 
oooperdtive marketing 

associations 
Other types 


1^ 
3 
7 

5 


11 
2 

3 


16,291 
5,037 
1,891 

7,699 


25,666 

m 

IX) 


2,692 
242 
239 

1,63;^ 


17.6 

4.8 

12.6 

19.9 


15.3 
W 

(X) 


729 
73 
98 

308 


1,242 
112 
157 

400 


8.1 
2.2 

8.3 

6.8 


30 

3 

34 


1,314 
326 
370 

510 


SI^K.\NE 


240 


266 


44,978 


134,049 


6,718 


14.9 


10.3 


2,186 


3,181 


''rl 


73 


,.6,'1.3.. 


^Tholesilers proper 
Manufacturers' 3-iles branches 
.igents and brokers 
All other types 


143 

40 
35 
22 


167 

49 
31 

9 


22,774 
6,547 
9,672 
6,086 


1 

58,764 

17,403 

60,528 

7,?64 


3,776 

1,417 

372 

1,154 


16.6 

21.6 

3.9 

19.0 


13.8 

17.1 

2.9 

16.9 


1,336 

449 

95 

306 


1,609 
709 
153 
510 


7.9 

10.8 

1.6 

8.4 


53 

6 

4 

10 


4,942 
1,212 1 

31 ! 
628 






1 ■ ■ 






1 














1 



Census of 
American 
Business 



S9 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 1— STATE OF WiSHIKOTOH SUMMARY OF WHOLESALE TRADE, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $5001 





Number of 










Full- 
time 
employees 
(average) 


Pay Roll 


Stocks 

on 
hand 
(end 

of 
year) 


State and City 
Type of Establishment 


MENTS 






Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 


1929 


1933 
«30,9S3 


1929 

«5S,940 


Amount 
35,027 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 




1933 
16.2 


1929 
13.0 


tiOOMi 


177 


ISO 


l.o63 


S2.476 


8,0 


;!104 


44.879 


l/holeaalers proper 
■r^nufdctarers' sales branches 
.gents and brokers 
ill other types 


132 

18 

7 

20 


114 

16 

IS 

7 


20,523 
2,378 
1,^61 
6,791 


31,914 

8,079 
8,Ja6 
7,941 


3,160 

474 

49 

1,364 


15.3 

ltf.9 

3.9 

19.9 


14.6 

9.9 

6.6 

16.2 


1,147 

136 

18 

363 


1,698 

206 

26 

546 


8.3 
8.7 
2.1 
8.0 


81 
S 

1 
19 


3,698 

525 

3 

653 


l/t-Team stations were not Included 
2/Include3 5 cooperative elevators 


for the 
with sa 


most pa 
las amo-j 


rt In the 19 
jtlng to f46 


29 data. 
6,0J0. 



















90 



Census of 
Anerloan 

Bl3Slll0BS 



'CABLE zk. - sun or useiktoi 



1IIH0LE3A1B DISTRIBDTIOB: 1933 

maoEa o? reoi.nsAi.E establishhhits, bi tipe ahd kihi op busisess 

ton STATES AKI SEIKTED CITIES 





Total 


n 

O U 


CO 

all 


llfg.alJ. 
branohes 


II 


1^ 

21 


total 


■it 

m a 

r-l ^ 

o u 


*• +» ® 

■SI'S 
2£« 


Hfg.sla 

t>ran«h«s 


s 

^■ 
a 

1 
o 

u 


a 
u 
« 

*> 

s. 

^ s 


t^ 


XlBl Of BlUiBSSS 


a! 






A 

** o 


la 

5 8 

S f 


°% 




2.71* 


1233 


1 


TIS 


U7 


106 


891 


1.070 


546 


32 


167 


48 


64 


90 




T0t«l 


65 


257 


6f 


123 


Amiumit wid s^ortins ipnAt 


34 


22 


1 


? 


6 








25 


14 


. 


6 


6 


. 


. 


_ 


Cameras and motion ploture eqp't* and supplies 
Motion picture films 
Sporting goods (general line) 
Toys, noreltles and fireworks 
ill other 

iutomotlve products 


1 

13 

6 

6 

e 

142 


1 
3 
S 
6 

7 

120 


1 
1 


6 
16 


6 

1 

1 


- 


6 


- 


13 

1 
4 

7 

68 


s 
1 

4 
6 

61 


1 


S 
11 


5 

1 

1 


- 


4 


- 


AutOTDoblles and other motor Tsblsles 
Automotive equipment, aooessorles and parts 
Tires and tubes 


10 

119 

13 

66 


5 

107 

8 

32 


1 


5 
5 
5 

28 


1 
2 


1 


8 
5 


- 


4 

67 

7 

39 


1 

47 

3 

16 


1 


3 

4 
4 

16 


1 
2 


1 


4 
6 


- 


Explos Ives 

Industrial obemloals 
paints and Tsmlshes 
All otber 

Clothing and furnishings 


3 

2 
49 
14 

37 


1 

24 

7 

23 


- 


2 

20 
6 

6 


1 

1 

4 


1 


4 


1 


2 

2 

26 

9 

S3 


10 
5 

19 


" 


2 

1 

11 

2 

6 


1 
1 

4 


1 


4 
1 

4 


1 


Clothing, men's and hoys" 
Clothing, woman's and children's 
Fomlshlngs (general line) 
Pumlahlngs, men's and boys' 
Pumishlngs, woaen's and ohlldren's 
Hosiery 

Millinery and millinery supplies 
Shoes and other footwear 

Coal 


7 
S 

3 
6 
3 
2 
4 
4 

12 


3 
6 
2 

4 
1 
1 
4 
2 

8 


~ 


2 

1 
1 

1 


2 

1 

1 


- 


1 
- 


1 
4 


6 

8 
2 
6 
3 

2 

4 
3 

7 


2 

6 

1 
S 

1 
1 

4 
1 

6 


- 


2 

1 
1 

1 


S 
1 

1 
- 


: 


1 
1 

1 

1 


1 


Drugs and drug sundries 


31 


17 


. 


6 


2 


1 


S 


2 


22 


10 


_ 


6 


2 


1 


1 


Z 


Drugs (general line) 

Drugs (specialty lines) 

Patent medio ines 

Toilet articles and preparations 

All other 

Dry goods 


8 
11 

I 

40 


5 
5 

1 
1 
6 

24 


- 


1 
4 

1 
4 


1 
1 

2 


1 


1 

1 
1 

6 


1 

1 
4 


5 
8 
2 

2 
E 

32 


2 
3 

1 

4 
17 


- 


1 
4 

1 
4 


1 
1 

1 


1 


1 
6 


1 
X 

* 


Dry goods (general line) 

Knit goods 

Notions 

Pleoe goods 

All other 

Electrical goods 


IS 
4 
7 

11 

6 

68 


11 

1 
1 
7 

4 

40 


1 


2 

1 
1 

9 


1 
1 

6 


1 


3 

3 

10 


2 
1 
1 
1 


8 
3 
6 
11 
4 

45 


6 

1 

7 
3 

18 


1 


2 

1 
1 

9 


1 
6 


1 


3 
3 

10 


1 
1 
1 


Slectrloal appliances, eqp't, and supplies 
Radios and radio equipment 

Farm products-raw naterials 


69 
9 

192 


34 
6 

26 


1 


8 
1 


5 
1 


1 
16 


9 

1 


1 
161 


40 

5 

23 


16 
2 

10 


1 


8 
1 


4 

1 


1 

9 


1 


1 

4 


Grain 

Hides, skins, and furs (raw) 

Horses and mules 

Llvestoolc 

Wool and mohair 

All other 

Farm produots-oonsumer goods 


154 

18 

2 

15 
2 

1 

427 


1 
2 

1 

1 
172 


12 


11 


1 


10 
5 

36 


- 


131 

4 

14 
2 

196 


8 
13 

1 
1 

96 


2 

6 
1 
1 

62 


10 


3 


- 


4 

6 

6 


- 


2 
2 

26 


Dairy products (general line) 

Butter 

Cheese 

Milk and cream 

All other dalr;/ products 

Poultry and poultry products 

Dairy and poultry products 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 

All other 


61 

4 

6 

19 

10 

28 

271 

2 


33 
2 
3 
3 

4 

23 

SB 


9 
3 


3 
2 

5 

1 


1 


35 

1 


- 


14 
2 

1 
7 
1 
18 
4 
148 


13 

2 

11 

1 

8 

12 

47 

2 


11 

1 
2 
1 
5 
9 
22 
1 


9 

1 


1 
1 

1 


- 


4 

1 


- 


1 

3 
2 

20 



91 



Ceiisus of 

Amsrldaa 

Businast 



mOLESSLE BISrHIBDTIOH: 1933 
TABLE 2i. - STATE OP WiSHIRGTOH BtMBER 0? SHOtBSALE ESTABLISHUERTS, BT TYPE AlfD KIKB OF BDSINESS (oontinuedl 

fOR STATES SUV SE1D5TED CITIES 



Kind of BoalnM* 


Total 


•-i t 


u 

<D 


Ufg.als. 

.Ill 


■1 
u 

1 


S 

^ e 
9 i 




Total 


w n 


E 

■do* 
Oj-H n 

-H Or-* 


Jlfg.sls. 
bgiiabaa 

5 Is 


i 


a 

£ 

•J 

3 . 
II 






60 


fo 


i 


IS STATE 


2 


1 


6 


11 


7 


m 


mi. 




z 


1 




Farm siQ)pli*B 


. 


1 


^ 


1 


read 

Fertllltar 

SmAi 

ill othw 

Ftmitura and house fomiBhlnsa 


49 
3 
f> 
Z 

44 


41 
1 
6 
2 

20 


1 


1 
10 


2 


1 

1 

1 


1 

6 


5 

1 

4 


6 
3 
Z 

34 


4 

1 

2 

14 


1 


6 


2 


1 
1 

1 


1 

6 


1 

4 


China, glasswara and oroolter7 

Floor oOTerlDRS 

Fumlture 

Fouse fVTnlshlngs (except as speolfledl 

Vusioal instruments and sheet raisio 

r.eueral merohandlse 


4 

S 

14 

15 

3 

7 


1 

7 

10 

2 


1 


5 ■ - 
2 1 


1 
3 


3 

1 
2 


1 
2 

1 
4 


4 
8 
7 
12 
3 

7 


1 
3 

8 


1 


3 
2 
1 


1 

1 


1 

3 


3 

1 
2 


1 

2 

1 

4 


groceries nnd foods (except farra products) 


425 


246 


28 


68 4 


38 


12 


39 


136 


88 


16 


2A 


4 


30 


10 


25 


Grocdrles (general line) 

Confectionery and soft drinics 

Heats and meat products 

Fish and sea foods 

Other food and grocery ^ecialties 

Hardware 


66 
35 
68 
41 
E15 

33 


39 
29 
60 
28 
90 

2? 


21 
4 

3 


1 - 
7 

50 4 

1 — 


2 
1 
3 

3- 

1 


7 


4 

1 
10 
24 

1 


27 

8 

26 

23 

112 

23 


10 
6 
22 
12 
38 

13 


IB 


1 
4 

19 

1 


4 


1 

1 

3 
26 

1 


10 
7 


1 

8 
16 

1 


HardKKrd (goieral line) 
Hardware (specialty lines) 


18 
16 

24 


16 
8 

17 


- 


1 

4 - 


1 


2 

5 

2 


1 

1 


10 
13 

16 


7 

6 

10 


- 


1 
3 


- 


1 


2 

6 

2 


1 

1 


Jewelry (geoaral line) 
Piamonds and other precious stones 
Other jewelry speolaltiea 
Optical goods 

Lumber artfi building materials (other than inetal) 


11 
1 
5 
7 

S6 


9 
1 
2 
6 

46 


4 


2 - 
2 - 

4 2 


11 


2 

6 


1 
13 


9 

6 
2 

50 


7 

2 
1 

2? 


1 


2 

1 

2 


2 


6 


2 
4 


1 
12 


Lumber and millwoMc 

Asbestos products 

Brick EDd tile 

Cement 

Class 

All other 

J^achinerv. eqp't. and sunrlies (except electrical) 


48 
5 
3 
2 
3 

25 

248 


20 

4 

1 

3 

18 

ISS 


4 


1 
1 
2 - 

1 

- 1 
60 5 


9 

2 

2 


2 

4 
24 


12 

1 

2 


30 
2 
2 

2 

14 

166 


12 
1 

2 
8 

96 


1 


1 
1 

41 


1 

1 
4 


4 
2 


1 

3 
21 


11 

1 

2 


Coimiercial machinery, eqp't. and supplies 
Construction maohiner-/, eqp't. and supplies 
Farm and dairy rmchinery am. equipmait 

Industrial machlner', eqp't. and supplies 
settles and bottling equipment 
Vaohlne tools 
Vechianical rubner Toods 
?,'ill and mine supplies (gener?l line) 
All other 

Professional equipment and supplies 

Service equipment and supplies 
Barber and beauty parlor 
Laundry 
All other 

Tr:aisportation equipment and supplies 

Metals (except scrap) 


38 
15 
17 

103 

6 

2 

2 

16 

77 

21 

32 

11 

9 

12 

22 

33 


18 
10 

11 

60 
5 
2 

16 
38 

17 

24 

11 

4 
9 

15 

11 


- 


13 - 

4 1 - 
6 i - 

25 4 
- 1 

1 - 
1 

23 3 

4 - 
6 - 
4 

2 1 

14 6 


1 

1 

1 


5 

1 

13 

1 
12 

2 

1 
1 

3 


1 

1 
2 


24 

9 
7 

78 
5 
2 
2 
5 

64 

12 

18 
3 

7 

18 
29 


9 
6 
6 

41 

4 

6 
30 

10 

11 
3 

3 
6 

13 

S 


- 


8 

2 
1 

22 

1 

21 

2 

5 

2 

1 

13 


4 
1 

3 

6 


1 
1 

1 


6 

1 

10 

1 
9 

2 

1 
1 

3 


1 

1 
2 


Iron and steel 

Sheet metal wjrlcs 

Other metd and met. 1 mrlcs 


25 
2 
6 

37 


7 
2 

2 

2fi 


- 


10 6 
4 - 
3 6 


- 


2 


2 

1 


23 

6 

26 


6 
2 

16 


- 


9 
4 
3 


6 
6 


- 


2 


2 

1 


Petroleum and its products 


1 460 


15 


2 


-1 - 


- 


- 


443 


26 


7 


ll - 


- 


- 


- 


18 



92 



Census of 

^erlean 

Business 



TAsiB 2A. - aura or nsBaiafKm 



IHOLBSALE DISTRIBOTION: 1933 

BDIIBEH OF SHOIiBSAIiB BSTABLISHMESTS, BY TYPE AKD KIRI OF BOSJUESS (oontinuodi 

lOB STATES ADD SELBCTED CIIIS 



^Ind of Business 


Total 


® « 

is 




JJfg.sls. 
branches 

a la 


n 

£ 


£ 

U 




1^ 
O m 

<D 


Total 


0) m 

Is 


o 
U 

•g.2g 

f GO 


Mfg. sis. 
branches 

0) 3 w 

^ O ^ 

fl o j3 o 

.J O .J o 

-rH *J .H .3 


V) 

£ 


n 

3 

3 g 


^1 




28 


16 


Tin 


STATE 




3 




17 


7 


SEATTLE 




2 




Plumbing and heating eqp't. and supplies 


. 


9 1 




7 1 


Heating equipment (general line) 
plumbing and heating eqp't. (general line) 
Stoves and ranges 
All other 

Tobaooo and Its products (except leaf) 


3 
IB 

1 
9 

22 


10 

6 

18 


1 


2 - 
4 - 

1 - 

a 1 

1 2 


~ 


1 
1 

1 


~ 


2 
8 
1 
6 

6 


5 
2 
8 


" 


2 

1 

2 1 

1 1 


- 


1 
1 


■• 


Waste materials 


38 


37 


. 




. 


. 


1 


12 


11 


. 




. 


. 


1 . 


Iron and steel 

junlE and scrap (general line) 

^aste paper, rags and rubber 

All other products 


3 

29 
6 

118 


3 

28 

6 

70 


4 


9 4 


E 


10 


1 

16 


6 
4 

69 


I 

4 

29 


2 


7 2 


E 


6 


1 

iz _^ 


Bags and bagging 

Beer 

Oordage and twine 

Flowers and nursery stooK 

Forest products (except luoijer) 

Leather 

Leather goods 

Kewepapers al^ magazines 

Oils and greases (animal and vegetable) 

Rubber goods (general line) 

Vines sold splritous liquors 

lllsoellaneous ^inds of business 


8 
20 

1 
9 

23 
3 

16 

14 
1 
1 
9 

13 


S 
IE 

E 

8 

2 

10 

10 

1 

5 
6 


3 
1 


5 - 

- 1 

2 - 

3 

2 - 


3 

1 
1 


1 

1 

3 

1 

4 


1 

4 
7 

•1 

1 

1 
1 


6 
4 
1 
2 

15 
2 

15 
3 
1 
2 
3 
4 


6 
2 

1 
4 
1 
9 
2 

1 
2 
1 


1 

1 


4 

1 
2 

1 

1 


2 


1 
S 

1 


1 
1 

6 
1 

1 

1 
1 



l/ The "All other types" consists of the following: 



Srportera 

Grain 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh.) 

Floor coverings 

Fish and sea foods 

Other food and grocery specialties 

Lujriber and millwork 

Iron and steel 

junK and aorap (general line) 

Forest products (except lumber) 
IniporterB 

Dry goods (general line} 

Other dry goods 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 

Fertilizer 

China, glassware, aud oroc^^ery 

Floor coverings 

House furnishings (except as 
specified) 

General merchandise 

Fiah and sea foods 

Other food and grocery specialties 15 

Hardware (specialty lines) 

Other Jewelry specialties 

Beer 

Forest prodiiots (except lumber) 

Leather goods 

Oils aid greases (aninial and 
vegetable) 

■^ines and splritous liquors 

Miscellaneous Icinds of business 
Conimisslon merchants 

Bleotrical appliances, eqp't. 

and auTTflies 
Grain 
Livestock 
Dtilry and poultry products 



25 


23 






































32 


24 






































16 




































39 


16 














1 





g 



Gormission merchants (continued) 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 27 

I'eed 1 

Other food and grocery specialties! 

petroleum and Its products 

Flowers and nursery stock 
Export agents 

Fruits aiid vegetables 

General r-erchandise 

Flah and sea foods 

Other food and grocery 
specialties 

Lumber and millworic 

Transportation eqp*t. & supplies 

Forest products (except lumber) 
Import agents (grain) 
Selling agents 

Coal 

Other drugs and drug sundries 

Notions 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 

Other food and grocery 
specialties 

Lumber and friillwork 

Brick and tile 

Correiiercial machinery', eqp't. 
and supplies 

iron and steel 

paper and its products 

petroleum and its products 
ether agents 

Clothing, women's and children's 

pry good (general line) 

Fides, skins, and furs (raw) 
Bulk tank st'itions 



Chain store warehouses 9 3 

Drugs (general line 1 1 

Ftuits and vegetables (fresh)3 1 

Groceries (general line) 4 1 



2 


- 


Meats and meat products 


1 


- 


1 




Assemblers and country buy6rsl91 


7 


12 


11 


Grain. 


88 


- 


2 




Hides, skins and furs (raw) 


3 


1 


3 




Livestoolt 


9 


- 






Wool and mohair 


2 


- 






Dairy products (general line)4 


- 






Butter 


1 


- 






Uilk and cream 


4 


- 






poultry and poultry productslO 


- 






Dairy and poultry products 


2 


1 






Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 66 


- 


19 


12 


Feed 


3 


- 






Fish and sea food 


6 


4 






Flowers and nursery stock 


1 


- 






Forest products (except 










lumber ] 
Cooperative marKetlng 


2 


1 






associations 


91 


b 






Orain 


13 


- 






Livestock 

Dairy products (general 


1 


" 






line) 


10 


1 






Butter 


1 


- 






Cheese 


1 


- 






T,^ilk and cream 


1 


- 






All other dairy products 


1 


- 






poultry and poultry products 8 


3 






Fruits and vegetables (fresh')52 


1 






Feed 


1 


- 


439 


18 


rlov-ers p-nd nursery Otoolt 


2 


- 






iilevetcrs it^ralnj 


27 


- 






Cream station 


3 


- 






Llllk and cream 


2 


- 






Dairy and poultry 


1 


- 



93 



•'^ WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Table 2B. — STATE OF WASHIIIGTCN WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 
Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thoiisands oj doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

{average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 

sales 


Total 


Part^ 
time 


Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 


TWK aTATR 


2.714 


#439,259 


♦63,407 


14.4 


19,288 


♦29.428 


♦1,737 


♦48,651 


Wholeoalflrs proper 
llanufaotursrs' sales brasohss 
Agents end brokers 
All other types 


1,345 
312 
297 
760 


179,537 
61,948 

101,558 
96,216 


29,606 

11,325 

3,990 

18,486 


16.5 

18.3 

3.9 

19.2 


10,118 

3,126 

904 

5,140 


14,687 
5,225 
1,747 
7,769 


684 

80 

Ul 

862 


51,681 
8,009 
1,035 
7,926 


WHOLESAIERS PRCPER 

ADOBsnent and sporting goods 
UoTlng picture filins 
Sporting gsods (general line) 
Toys, noTBltles, and fireworke 
All other 

AutcnotlTe products 

Automobiles and other motor Tehieles 
Automotl-ra equipment, accessories It. parts 
Tires and tubes 

Chemicals 


23 


898 


259 


28.8 


71 


109 


8 


284 


3 
6 
6 

e 

121 


17 
445 

43 
393 

6.656 


20 
124 

13 
102 

2,005 


30.1 


5 
S2 

7 
27 

792 


8 
43 

6 
52 

1.075 


5 

3 
Zi 


14 

151 

26 

95 

1.892 


5 

108 

8 

32 


531 

5,915 

210 

2.470 


105 

1,839 

61 

766 


31.0 


58 

708 

26 

251 


47 

998 

30 

348 


22 

1 

13 


100 

1,743 

49 

997 


Paints and Tarnishes 
All other 

Clothing and faml ablngs 
Clothing, men's and boys' 
Clothing, woman's and dilldren's 
Faznlshlngs, men's and boys' 
Millinery and mlllineiry supplies 
All other 

Coal 


24 

8 

23 


2,214 
2S6 

1.499 


706 
60 

243 


16.2 


233 
18 

72 


321 
27 

107 


7 
6 

3 


951 
46 

Z14 


3 
6 

4 
4 
6 

8 


206 
805 
55 
112 
321 

148 


47 
88 
6 
44 
58 

71 


48.0 


13 
24 
2 
10 
23 

23 


24 

35 

2 

20 

26 

30 


1 
2 

S 


74 
27 

21 

4 
88 

16 


Drags and drug mindrles 


17 


5.924 


961 


16.2 


297 


4oe 


i 


1,213 


Drags (geneiBl line) 
Drugs (specialty lines) 
All other 

Dry goods 


S 

s 
1 

26 


5,336 

95 

494 

3.18S 


853 
31 
77 

510 


16. C 


266 
17 
14 

185 


37! 
14 
19 

28£ 


1 
1 

6 


1,152 
31 
30 

907 


Dry goods (general line) 
Piece goods 
All other 

Electrical goods 


12 
7 

7 

41 


2,13! 
844 
206 

3.717 


360 

U! 

37 

934 


25.1 


13! 
36 
16 

322 


21! 
54 
21 

484 


i 
1 
i 

11 


653 

199 

55 

893 


ELeotrlcal appliances, equipment and 

sappllee 
Radio* and radio sqnlpmsst 

taxa pro(tacts-n« materlels 


36 
6 

27 


3,463 
254 

6,005 


854 

ac 

407 


6.8 


105 


444 
4C 

179 


10 

1 

16 


822 
71 

401 


Oraln 

Hides, akins, and fnis (rav) 

All other 

Fans prodacts-eonsumar goods 


14 
9 

4 

191 


4:436 

442 
1,127 

31.882 


249 

41 

117 

4.624 


14.5 


82 

9 

12 

1,541 


122 
16 
41 

2,358 


9 

2 
S 

143 


376 
50 
T5 

1,590 


Dairy products (general line) 

Cheese 

HiUc and craoi 

ill other dairy products 

Poultry and poultry products 

Daily and poultry products 

Fruits and Tegetables (fresh) 

All other 


33 

3 

12 

4 

IB 

2S 

95 

S 


10,850 

331 

28S 

688 

496 

3,496 

15,679 

hi 


1,737 
45 

76 

159 

84 

502 
2,011 

id 




5Bfi 

18 

21 

42 

59 

190 

670 

5 


950 
28 
3t 
73 
4S 

24! 

974 

i 


« 
a 

1 

18 

88 

1 


312 

9 

1 

28 

12 

158 

1,068 

2 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table SB.— STATE Of WASHUIOTOH HHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHHENT AND iOMD OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $600] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type op Establishment 

Kind op Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


IBBLBSALKHS PHOITO (eon tinned) 


51 


«6.28T 


ti.oes 


17,3 


348 


•444 


•SB 


*961 


Faad 

Seeds 
All other 

FoiBltnre and biraae famishlngs 


41 
6 

4 

2S 


4,237 

1,168 

888 

2.214 


616 
351 

lis 

510 


83,0 


179 

138 
37 

ISO 


303 

118 

89 

884 


86 

U 

1 

49 


373 
471 
107 

730 


Floor soierlnge 

Famlture 

Hoaee f nrnl ahlnes (exoept china and 

glaaaware 
All other 

Oroseries and foods (except farm products) 


3 

7 

U 

4 

295 


714 
416 

911 
174 

60.430 


121 
114 

249 
26 

7.899 


13.1 


31 
6 

70 
IS 

2.666 


67 
SO 

96 
18 

3.908 


8 
43 

4 
IIB 


296 
816 

189 
89 

9.437 


Oroeerles (general line) 

Cooteetlonery aid Soft drinks 

Flah and aaa foods 

Meats end seat products 

All oHier food and grocery apeolaltiee 

Hardiere 


60 
33 

31 
60 

Ul 

24 


34,813 
1,169 
4,931 
7,523 

11,994 

8.558 


3,866 

,281 
1,394 
1,369 
1,649 

1.782 


20,8 


1,128 

93 

438 

BOl 

506 

749 


1,698 
IDS 
09S 
T3B 
780 

987 


88 

11 
16 
86 
44 

6 


5,090 
117 
877 
361 

2,998 

2.988 


Bardwars (geasral line) 
Hardsars (spsolalty lines) 

Jewelry and optical goods 


15 
9 

18 


7,282 

1,276 

1,129 


1,506 
276 

249 


22.1 


623 

186 

89 


817 
170 

13C 


4 
8 

7 


8,607 
381 

321 


Jswelry (general line) 
Optical goods 
All other 

Luonbsr and building saterlala (other than 
■atal) 


9 
5 

4 

57 


574 
217 
338 

7.091 


119 
80 
50 

1.062 


15.0 


34 
34 

81 

408 


68 
44 
84 

498 


S 
4 

44 


226 
44 
52 

684 


Lmnber aal nillsDrfc 
Aabeetos products 
Class 
All other 

Machinery, equipment and supplies (except 
electrical) 


31 

4 

3 

19 

156 


5,472 
159 
212 

1,248 

10.753 


544 

71 

131 
316 

2.630 


24.5 


287 
87 
54 
94 

886 


SS2 
38 
64 

147 

1.381 


18 

1 
31 

113 


378 

49 
121 
139 

3.843 


Commercial madilnery, equlpnect and 

supplies 
Construction nBchlnery, equipment and 

supplies 
Fann and dairy machinery and equipment 
Industrial nBchlnsTy, equipment and 

suppLlaa 

Bottlsa and bottling equipment 

Mill and mlns siqjplles (general line) 

All other 

Professional equlpnent aul supiaiee 
Serrlce equipment and eapplles 

Barber and beauty parlor equipment 
and supplies 

Laundry equipmant and supplies 

All other 

Transportation aqulinont and sap pi las 


la 

10 

u 

60 

5 
15 
40 

1? 
24 

U. 

4 
9 

15 


6SS 

81B 

1,028 

4,093 
406 

1,092 
2,595 

782 
1,609 

310 

l,U.l 

188 

1,771 


249 

143 
215 

999 

67 
280 
658 

263 
348 

122 

187 

39 

as 




74 

46 

44 

317 
IT 
79 

221 

98 

109 

SO 

11 

138 


118 

77 

116 

526 

39 

161 

336 

148 
188 

63 

loa 

80 
214 


9 

! 

43 

48 

1 

9 

38 

8 

8 

1 
1 


198 

236 
334 

1,366 

57 

449 

870 

303 
688 

84 

671 

S3 

731 



95 

'"" WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Atnp'ric&ll 

Table 2B. — STATE OF «i£HIHt}TCM WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABUSHIIENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pay Roix 




State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (end 


Kind of Business 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


{average) 


Total 


of year) 


1BDLESALBBS PHDPEH (oontlnued) 


















Hatala (sxospt acrap) 
Iron and stasl 


12 


♦1.234 


♦254 


20*6 


76 


♦lOS 


♦8 


1610 


8 


1,068 


8X6 




69 


96 


6 


560 


All other 


4 


166 


28 




7 


9 


8 


SO 


Paper and Its products 


26 


4.U1 


856 


20.8 


304 


483 


10 


1.043 


PetroleuiQ and its prodacta 


17 


1.295 


253 


19.5 


51 


88 


1 


60 


Plioiblng and beating aqulpmemt and stipplles 


15 


1.589 


407 


25.6 


123 


176 


15 


630 


Plujnblng and heating equipient (general 


















line) 


10 


1,395 


358 




105 


154 


14 


559. 


AU other 


5 


194 


49 




18 


32 


1 


71 , 


Totaoeo and Its products (except loaf) 


19 


5,580 


286 


5.1 


Ul 


151 


1 


313 


Waste mterials 


38 


1,540 


328 


21.3 


' 138 


148 


13 


516 


Iron and etael scrap 


3 


114 


SS 




8 


10 


1 


17 


Junk end scrap (general line) 


29 


1,047 


821 




90 


95 


XL 


44S 


Waste paper, rags and rubber 


S 


379 


75 




40 


37 


1 


51 


All other kinds of business 


8« 


5,342 


1,225 


22.9 


458 


580 


34 


1''.148 


Bags and tagging 


8 


508 


103 




67 


61 


18 


80 


Beer 


19 


1,038 


lei 




50 


82 


5 


63 


Flowers and nunery stock 


5 


56 


13 




4 


7 


8 


3 


Forest products (except lumber) 


12 


867 


430 




149 


157 


3 


384 


Leather goods 


U 


601 


165 




43 


70 


6 


280 


Nevspapers and mgazlnes 


10 


804 


148 




80 


105 


4 


108 


Wines and spiritoua liquors 


6 


243 


36 




14 


19 


"■ 


35 


HlsoellansouB 


13 


1,235 


149 




51 


79 


2 


195 


IttHTJKACTOHERS' SALBS BHAMjaSS 


















WITH STOCKS 


857 


53.523 


10.320 


19.3 


2.803 


4.697 


78 


8.009 


Amssment and sporting goods 


5 


953 


232 


24.3 


77 


131 


- 


14 


AxLtomotlve products 


15 


3,880 


778 


20.1 


218 


373 


5 


538 


Chandeals 


28 


4,236 


■ 947 


22.4 


217 


388 


8 


685 


Clothing and furnishings 


5 


61B 


57 


9.2 


13 


27 


2 


112 
92. 


Drugs and drug sundries 


6 


913 


270 


29.6 


42 


90 


" 


Dry goods 


4 


207 


24 


11.6 


7 


8 
1^9 


- 


34 


Eleetrloal goods 


9 


2,564 


302 


11.8 


96 


1 


860 


Fain products-ccDscmr goods 


11 


4,U0 


1,439 


35.0 


511 


784 


S 


861 


Fximlture and house furnishing 


10 


897 


230 


35.6 


46 


108 


1 


145 


OTOcerles and foods (except f^rm products) 


SB 


17,828 


2,705 


15.2 


690 


1,206 


26 


1,690 


Jewelry and optical goods 


4 


346 


86 


24.9 


23 


41 


- 


49 


Lumber and building imtarials (other than 
















14b 


metal) 


4 


482 


125 


25.9 


22 


62 


2 


Madiinery, equipment and supplies (except 
















1,373 


eleetrloal) 


60 


4,362 


1,342 


30.8 


480 


733 


16 


Ketals (except scrap) 


14 


3,192 


368 


11.5 


87 


142 


- 


777 


Paper and its prodiKts 


3 


542 


187 


34.5 


12 


21 


— 


3 


Plumbing and teating aqulpient and supplies 


9 


997 


389 


33.0 


8< 


133 


5 


399 


All other kinds of business 


U 


7,396 


899 


12.2 


176 


348 


IS 


1,434 


WTIHOOT STOCKS 


55 


8.425 


1.005 


11.9 


323 


588 


2 


- 


AmsoBent and sporting goods 


6 


869 


245 


28.8 


71 


U6 




- 


Clothing and furnishing 


4 


121 


14 


11.6 


5 


11 




" 


Kleetrleal g)ods 


6 


393 


56 


14.2 


13 


39 




~ 


Grooeries and foods (except ferm products) 


4 


982 


189 


19.8 


31 


67 


1 


~ 


llaehlnary, equlpsBnt and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


5 


8,406 


71 


3.0 


82 


4! 




" 


lUtals (except scrap) 


6 


903 


78 


8.6 


19 


46 




' 



^ »~ WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

^""^ Table 2 B— STATE OF USHDCTOH WHOLESALE TRADE BT TYPE OF ESTABLISHHENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 6,000 Population and Over 

(AU talues expressed in tkouacmds of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishmentB, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amoimt less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pat Roll 




State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 
Kind of Business 


estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Amount 


employees 

(aeerage) 


Total 


Part^ 
time 


hand {end 
of year) 




















Paper emd its jirodtists 


S 


•8S3 


«54 


20.6 


U 


•83 


♦- 


•- 


All otter kinds of bnalneM 


19 


2,489 


198 


12.0 


151 


179 


1 


- 




















BKESRS 


U7 


29.396 


1.02S 


3.6 


2S3 


5S4 


1* 


304 


Pan jirodaots-iBS mtarlals 


15 


3,753 


109 


2.9 


14 


31 


4 


8 


Pans prodncts-Odisaiiiar goods 


36 


6,838 


314 


4.6 


84 


199 


6 


164 


Qenanl ■arcbasdisa 


3 


Zl< 


3 


1.4 


— 


a 


2 


- 


Oroearlas and foods (sxaapt thna prodncts) 


38 


14,905 


411 


2.8 


98 


206 


4 


UC 


Lmabar and tmlldlsg mtorlals (other than 


















■atal) 


U 


1,751 


84 


4.8 


17 


29 


1 


1 


All other klBds of bnalneas 


1« 


1,933 


101 


S.S 


20 


57 


8 


18 


OOlMISSICfr HBtCHillTS 


se 


44.146 


1.407 


3.2 


897 


643 


63 


4B6 


Parm products-raw materials 


5 


4,6«> 


83 


1.8 


17 


39 


1 


- 


Pant prodacta-ecBsaar goods 


28 


38,903 


1,279 


3.5 


287 


484 


68 


4SS 


All other kinds of buslnsas 


6 


585 


46 


7.7 


IS 


80 


4 


- 


EZFOHT AHD UPORT ABSns 


IS 


7.891 


188 


2.4 


42 


108 


8 


88 


Oenoral ■erehandlsa 


3 


90 


10 


10.5 


4 


B 


- 


- 


LoBber and building ■atarials (othor tlBB 


















■etal) 


3 


4,894 


81 


1.7 


at 


88 


- 


- 


All otter kinds of bnshiess 


7 


2,9oe 


97 


3.3 


14 


39 


8 


as 




10< 


U.769 


571 


4.9 


160 


2S8 


U 


IBC 


Aatomotlre jroduets 


s 


334 


22 


6.6 


11 


14 


- 


6 


Cbonlcals 


B 


974 


26 


2.7 


9 


16 


_ 


8 


Clothing and ftralshlngs 


4 


249 


10 


4.0 


Z 


2 


- 


- 


Drags and drag sundries 


3 


81 


5 


23.8 


1 


8 


1 


18 


Dry goods 


6 


248 


8 


3.2 


1 


1 


1 


- 


Eleetrloal goods 


10 


306 


24 


7.8 


8 


10 




9 


Pumlture and house fnmlshhi^ 


« 


258 


14 


6.4 


S 


4 


• 


• 


Srocerles and foods (ezeept fam produots) 


12 


6,749 


189 


8.8 


43 


8< 


. 


IS 


Hardware 


T 


596 


29 


4.9 


9 


IB 


. 


8 


Lonber and bnUdlng Bterlals (other tbaa 


















metal) 


S 


4B6 


3S 


7.6 


7 


17 


9 


11 


Maehlnary, equipment and supplies (ezeept 


















electric al ) 


2« 


527 


130 


24.7 


48 


CO 


4 


56 


Plumbing and heating equipment and supplies 


3 


68 


15 


22.1 


8 


9 


- 


8 


AU otbsr kinds of business 


19 


981 


64 


6.6 


16 


S« 


- 


40 


SBLLINO AiiSHi-s 


19 


6.7n 


749 


11.1 


163 


305 


7 


96 


Coal 


« 


618 


108 


17.8 


U 


33 


- 


4 


Oroeerlss and Ibods (except Ibzm products] 


4 


4,694 


410 


8.7 


lU 


189 


• 


10 


Unabar and building materials (other tbsn 


















metal) 


3 


161 


IT 


10.6 


1 


1 


1 


1 


All other klnda of business 


8 


1,298 


214 


U.& 


40 


88 


6 


81 


crmsa ausvri 


3 


1.688 


53 


3.3 


9 


U 


9 


1 


AI.T. OTHB) TYPES 


















BDUt TANK STATICHS (potrolanm) 


4S9 


44.74S 


8.539 


19.1 


2.184 


3.889 


7» 


3.680 


C&AIH STORE nURlSOIESS 


« 


7.4U 


428 


5.8 


133 




4 


686 


Oioaeries and foods (except Ihna psoduets) 


B 


5,U6 


322 


6.3 


103 


168 


4 


603 


All other kinds of business 


4 


2,295 


106 


4.6 


30 


41 


- 


63 



97 



^ '^ , WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American _ , , „ „ 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF WSHIH3T0N WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 
Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
eatab- 
hsh- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part^ 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


ASsrai3.B!e AID coDwrRY sarsBS 


191 


(13.812 


»2.522 


18.: 963 


♦1.303 


»343 


il.919 


Farm products -raw matsrlal* 

Fazn produeta-Bonaiuasr gooda 

Fans supiaiea 

Groeerlaa and fooda (azeept fbim producta 

All other prodneta 

COaPBRATITB irABKETINa ASSOCIATIONS 


102 

77 

3 

6 

S 

91 


3,990 

9,044 

192 

367 

219 

27.544 


281 
2,043 

11 
142 

45 

6.720 


7.C 92 

22.6 826 
5.1 5 

38.7 31 
20 .E 9 

24.4 1.812 


163 

1,046 

5 

66 

23 

2.306 


40 
262 

1 
33 

7 

424 


834 

759 

6 

320 

1.524 


Farm prodaots-mw mtarlala 
Fam producta-conauasF gsoda 
All othar klnda of bualnaaa 

CRKAM STATIOIB 


14 

74 

3 

3 


3,089 

23,271 

1,184 

261 


95 

6,135 

490 

97 


3.] 

26.4 
41.4 

57.2 


29 

1,620 

163 

22 


58 

2,093 

155 

29 


19 
405 

2 


17 

1,401 

106 

29 


ELK7ATOB3 (grain) 


27 


2,446 


180 


7.4 


56 


99 


16 


118 


SEATTIB 


1,070 


226,155 


32,068 


14.2 


9,602 


15,299 


419 


24.551 


Wboleaalera pn>per 
Hanofaotorars' salaa brsnchea 
Agenta and brolcera 
All otbsr typea 


625 
215 
197 

33 


99,623 

46,903 
49,711 
29j918 


16,661 
8,553 
2,149 
4,705 


16.7 
18.2 

4.; 

15.7 


5,565 

2,276 

559 

1,202 


8,368 
3,943 
1,077 
1,911 


253 
55 
45 

67 


16,070 

5,510 

452 

2.519 


IHOLBSALKRS PROIER 
Annsement and sporting goods 


14 


520 


154 


29.6 


39 


67 


3 


113 


UoTing picture fllma 

Toys, novelties, and flraworka 

All other 

Automotiw producta 


3 

4 
7 

52 


17 

37 

466 

3.182 


SO 

11 

123 

942 


29 .« 


5 

7 

27 

366 


8 

6 

53 

508 


3 
5 


14 

9 
90 

966 


Autamotive equlpmsnt, aecaaaorlea i. parts 
All other 

Chsmicala 


48 

4 

15 


3,044 
138 

1.054 


910 
32 

307 


29.] 


354 

12 

101 


493 
15 

142 


5 

4 


912 
54 

358 


Paints and -mrnlahsa 
All other 

Clothing and furnlahings 


10 
5 

19 


1,025 
29 

1,287 


298 
9 

206 


16.( 


99 

2 

58 


137 
5 

87 


1 
3 

3 


353 
5 

156 


Clothing, mawn's and children's 
Furnishings, men's and boye' 
Mllilnary and millinery auppllea 
All other 

Coal 


6 
3 
« 
6 

6 


805 

50 

112 

320 

114 


88 

5 

44 

69 

S3 


46.! 


24 

1 
10 
2S 

16 


35 

1 

20 

31 

21 


2 

1 
1 


27 

20 

4 

105 

14 


Drugs and drug sundrlee 


10 


3,553 


579 


16.! 


174 


233 


- 


679 


Patent medicines 
All other 

Dry goods 


3 
7 

18 


49 

3,504 

1.854 


16 
563 

286 


IS.i 


11 
163 

101 


9 
824 

165 


2 


18 

661 

500 


Dry goods (gensral lias) 
Piece goods 
AU other 

nectrieal goods 


7 

7 
5 

19 


834 
844 

176 

2,416 


145 

U3 
28 

586 


24.! 


53 
36 

12 

197 


86 
54 

15 

298 


2 
5 


255 

199 

46 

586 


Fam produeta-n» natarials 


U 


2,707 


123 


4.E 


35 


75 


1 


130 


Hides, alcina, and fUra (raw) 
All other 


5 


369 

2,338 


28 

95 




7 
28 


14 
61 


1 


28 
92 



Census of 
American 
Business 



1 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF USHmOTOB RHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF BSTABLISHHENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS ^ 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over j 

(AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) ' 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

{average) 


Payroll 




State and City 

Type of Estabushment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


SSAmX (oontlnneS) 
Tam ];roaaeta-e<iin mmar goods 


6T 


♦17.407 


♦8.1S8 


12.2 


TS6 


•1.209 


♦3« 


♦907 


Dsliy products (gensml llns) 
MlUc and exoBia 
Poultry and poultry product a 
Dairy and poultry products 
FmltB and Tsgatablea (freeh) 
All other 

Farm supplies 


U 

11 

5 

9 

28 

9 

8 


8,373 

279 

168 

2,401 

5,937 

249 

2.444 


1,065 

75 

28 

271 

650 

43 

453 


18.5 


325 

21 
16 
97 
298 
19 

161 


619 

38 

19 

120 

386 

27 

171 


9 

4 

3 

16 

4 

a 


224 

1 

8 

122 

148 

10 

516 


Feed 

All other 

Furniture and house fuznlshlngB 


4 
4 

19 


eai 

1,563 
1.979 


97 
356 

43! 


21.9 


ao 

141 
114 


99 

183 


8 

14 


27 
489 

826 


Furniture 

House fvnlshlngs (except as speelfled) 
■fosleal Instrmsents and sheet busIc 
All other 

Groceries and fbods (except faim promote) 


3 
9 

3 

4 

116 


214 

877 

86 

802 

29.385 


46 

240 

16 

131 

4.581 


15.^ 


6 
64 

3^ 

1.46* 


15 

89 

9 

ID 

2.257 


a 

4 

a 


19 
182 

16 
309 

3,718 


Oioeerles (general line) 

Coif set loany and soft drlnka 

Fleb asd sea foeOs 

Heats and neat prodncts 

Other food and gcooary specialties 


25 
6 
16 
28 
48 

14 


12,545 
213 
4.562 
3,888 
8,117 

4.172 


1^356 

63 

1,308 

742 

1,118 

888 


21.3 


453 
36 

997 
837 
944 

40( 


755 
96 
809 
410 
499 

50£ 


12 
6 

la 

4 
7 

J 


1,902 

28 

S«0 

241 

701 

1,317 


Hardware (general line) 
Hardware (specialty llnse) 

Jewelry and optical goods 


7 
7 

11 


3,86S 
307 

67S 


796 
92 

154 


22.8 


351 
49 

55 


4S1 

a 

87 


1 
t 

1 


1,224 
99 

a9 


Jewelry (general line) 
All other 

L>^>er md huilding materials (other than 
natal) 


7 

4 

31 


521 
154 

5.532 


92 

62 

587 


10. G 


27 

28 

183 


51 
39 

280 


IS 


174 
45 

419 


Lmdier and milhrork 
All other 

Haciiinery, equiposnt md supplies (except 
electrical) 


20 
11 

96 


4,65S 
874 

8.528 


334 

253 

2.073 


24.3 


83 
99 

649 


14S 

131 

1.107 


IS 
7 

SE 


240 
179 

3.030 


Square la 1 nachineiy, equipnent k supplie 
Cdostmotion machinery eqp't. &. sunilies 
Farm end dairy maciilnery and squljaisnt 
Industrial machinery, eqp't. tb supplies 
Bottles and bottling, equlimart 
Hill aid mine supplies (general line) 
All other 

Professional equipment end supplies 
Service equipment and supplies 

Barber and beauty parlor equipment 
and supplies 

Laundry equipment and supplies 

All other 

Transportation equliment end snppllss 
Metals (except scrap) 


> 9 
6 

6 

a 

4 

5 

32 

10 
U 

a 

3 

s 

13 


386 
500 
536 

3,382 
404 
610 

2,368 

5B8 

1,447 

220 

1,083 

144 

1,690 

1.169 


154 
99 

lis 

811 
66 

13B 
610 

190 
307 

96 

182 

89 

399 

231 


19,8 


38 
29 
95 

251 
18 
27 

206 

71 
91 

39 

40 
12 

134 

70 


64 

51 
59 

441 
39 
80 

982 

UO 
172 

52 

103 

1* 

210 

98 


3 

3 

1 

3S 

1 
4 

30 

1 

12 

a 


126 

163 

191 

1,009 

37 

la 

811 

209 
631 

'IS6 

561 

14 

705 

568 



99 



""" , WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF WASHUJOTON WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands oj dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pat Roll 




State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part^ 
time 


hand (end 


Kind of Business 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 


SEATTI2 (aontlsued) 


















npar dud Its products 


15 


»2,60e 


*S1S 


19,7 


189 


*283 


♦' 


*S66 


Patpoleum and Its produotB 


8 


982 


207 


22.6 


41 


74 


1 


43 


PlunblDg and baatlng equlpnent and suppllas 


7 


914 


233 


25.5 


62 


91 


12 


388 


Tobacco and Its prodncts (axoept leaf) 


6 


3,029 


145 


4.8 


54 


73 


- 


140 


Waste DBterlala 


12 


898 


175 


19.5 


70 


80 


3 


M ■ 


Junk and scnp (general Una) 


6 


440 


82 




34 


41 


2 


35 


Waste paper, rags and rubber 


6 


458 


93 




36 


39 


1 


63 


All otter fclnds of business 


41 


3,274 


616 


18.9 


328 


284 


17 


532 


Bags and bagging 


A 


495 


100 




67 


60 


12 


79 


Beep 


t 


238 


40 




10 


12 


2 


9 


Forest products (except lumber) 


8 


469 


149 




26 


25 


- 


12 


Leether goods 


10 


4«L 


126 




37 


58 


2 


176 


Wines and splrltous liquors 


3 


ins 


22 




6 


9 


- 


19 


JUoeellaneous 


10 


1,513 


181 




82 


120 


1 


836 


JIANOTAOTOTERS' SILBS BRABCHBS 


















wrm STOCKS 


16T 


39.108 


7.532 


19,5 


2.000 


3.460 


54 


5.510 


Imaaasent and sporting goods 


S 


9S3 


232 


24.3 


77 


131 




14 


lutomotlTe products 


11 


3,121 


650 


20.2 


182 


308 


3 


452 


ChanloBls 


16 


3,347 


650 


19.4 


148 


269 


1 


446 


Clothing and fumlahlngs 


S 


618 


57 


9.2 


13 


27 


2 


112 


Drugs and drug Rundrles 


6 


913 


270 


29.6 


42 


90 


- 


9S 


Dry good* 


4 


207 


24 


U.6 


7 


8 


- 


34 


Blsctrlcal goods 


9 


S,564 


302 


11.8 


96 


169 


1 


260 


ram prodnets-consumer goods 


3 


S,8S4 


903 


S1.6 


317 


467 


3 


ail 


Pumlture and hoiBO furnishings 


6 


676 


197 


29.1 


37 


90 


■■ 


us 


Ciocerles and foods (except farm products) 


24 


11,678 


1,810 


15.5 


422 


797 


32 


841 


Jerelry and optical goods 


S 


318 


75 


23.6 


18 


34 


- 


46 


Machinery, equlprent and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


41 


2,999 


892 99.2 


313 


489 


6 


869 


Uetals (exnept scrap) 


13 


2,966 


S5T 


12.0 


as 


138 


- 


756 


Paper and its products 


3 


543 


137 


34.5 


12 


21 


- 


3 


Plumbing and beating equlpaiaxt and supplies 


7 


715 


248 


34.7 


69 


99 


4 


305 


All otlier kinds of businses 


11 


4,637 


798 


17.2 


168 


398 


12 


956 


WITHOUT STOCKS 


48 


7.795 


921 


11.8 


276 


478 


1 


. 


Amuseosnt and sporting goods 


6 


869 


245 


28.2 


71 


116 


- 


- 


Clothing and fttroiahln^ 


4 


121 


14 


li.6 


5 


11 


- 


- 


Xleotrical goods 


5 


300 


49 


16.3 


U 


34 


- 


- 


(^XDoerles and foods (except farm protects) 


4 


982 


199 


19.2 


31 


67 


- 


- 


Mactilnary, equijsBnt and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


4 


2,405 


71 


3.0 


22 


45 


- 


- 


Metals (except scrap) 


6 


903 


78 


8.8 


19 


48 


- 


- 


Paper and its prodnete 


5 


263 


34 


20.5 


11 


23 


- 


- 


All sthsr kinds of buslnasa 


14 


1,952 


221 


11.3 


106 


194 


1 


" 


AOWIB Airo HtCKKRS 


















BRCEERS 


64 


20.645 


647 


3.1 


148 


369 


11 


337 


Fans prodaots-raw MLtorlala 


9 


2,807 


87 


3.1 


U 


28 


4 


8 


I'arm produota-oonsumer gioie 


S 


2,258 


64 


2.8 


34 


100 


S 


loe 


Qeueral Berohandise 


3 


216 


3 


1.4 


- 


2 


2 


- 


Oroearles and foodr (except fhm iroduets) 


30 


12,429 


339 


2.7 


73 


164 


1 


m 


Lunbar and building naterials (other than 


















metal) 


6 


1,359 


72 


5.3 


14 


26 


- 




All other kinds of bnalness 


11 


1,576 


32 


5.2 


16 


49 


2 


r 



100 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B. — STATE OF 1ASHIHGT0K WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

j For states and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

I 

(All valii£s expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500) 









Total Expenses 




Pay Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (end 


Kind of Business 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 


AOmrs AM) BROKERS (oontinued) 


















OOBMISSION MERCHANTS 


16 


♦3.081 


*261 


8.5 


93 


liss 


16 


♦ct 


yaim producta-consxjmer goods 


13 


3,843 


234 


8.2 


83 


U2 


3 


87 


All other kinds of tuslnesa 


3 


238 


27 


11.3 


10 


17 


3 


- 


ECPORT AND IMPORT AGENTS 


12 


7,888 


186 


2.4 


42 


108 


2 


22 


General nsrchandise 


3 


95 


10 


10.5 


4 


5 


- 


. 


Lumber and building materials (other than 


















matal) 


3 


4,894 


81 


1.7 


24 


S8 


- 


- 


All other Wnds of business 


6 


2,899 


95 


3.3 


14 


39 


2 


22 


MANUFACTURERS' ACENTS 


90 


10,647 


505 


4.7 


137 


233 


14 


135 


AutcmotlTe products 


4 


214 


12 


5.6 


7 


9 


- 


4 


Chemicals 


5 


974 


26 


2.7 


9 


15 


- 


2 


Clothing and furnishings 


4 


249 


10 


4.0 


2 


2 


. 


. 


Dry gpods 


6 


248 


8 


3.2 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


Electrical goods 


10 


306 


24 


7.8 


8 


10 


- 


9 


Furniture and house furnishing 


6 


258 


14 


5.4 


3 


4 


_ 


_ 


Groceries and foods (except faim products) 


10 


6,300 


178 


2.9 


38 


7B 


_ 


IS 


Hardirare 


7 


596 


29 


4.9 


9 


18 


- 


2 


Lumber and building materials (other then 


















metal) 


4 


414 


34 


8.2 


7 


17 


9 


11 


Machinery equipment and aipplles (except 


















electrical) 


21 


505 


125 


24.8 


42 


59 


3 


S5 


All other kinds of business 


13 


683 


45 


6.6 


U 


20 


1 


37 


SELLING AGENTS 


12 


5.865 


497 


8.5 


130 


233 


7 


30 


Groceries and foods (except term products) 


4 


4,694 


410 


8.7 


Ul 


189 


_ 


10 


All other kinds of business 


8 


1,171 


87 


7.4 


19 


44 


7 


20 


OTHER A(aiITS 


3 


1,585 


53 


3.3 


9 


11 


5 


1 


All OTHER TYPES 


















BUIK TANK STATKHS 


18 


15.291 


2.692 


17.6 


729 


1.242 


30 


1.314 


CHAIN STORE ■TAREHOUSES 


3 


5,037 


242 


4.8 


73 


112 


3 


325 


ASSSMBLHIS AND COUNTRY BUYERS 


7 


1.891 


239 


12.6 


92 


157 


34 


370 


Groceries and foods (except fenn pn>ducts) 


4 


315 


100 


31.7 


30 


58 


27 


304 


All other kinds of business 


3 


1,576 


139 


8.8 


63 


99 


7 


66 


COCPWATIVE MARKETIW; ASSOCIATIONS 


















(farm products-ccmsumer goods) 


5 


7,699 


1,533 


19.9 


308 


400 


• 


510 






CITIES 


OF 100,000 FOPUL 


ATION AND 


VEH 






SPOKANE 


240 


44.978 


6.718 


14.9 


2.185 


3.181 


73 


6.713 


Wholesalers proper 


143 


22.774 


3,775 


16.6 


1,335 


1,809 


53 


4,942 


Manufacturers' sales branches 


40 


6.547 


1,417 


21.6 


449 


709 


6 


1,212 


Agents and brokers 


35 


9,572 


373 


3.9 


95 


153 


4 


31 


All other types 


22 


6.085 


1.154 


19.0 


306 


510 


10 


538 


WHOLESALERS PRCPSR 


















Anmsenent and sporting goods 


6 


164 


47 


28.7 


11 


13 


. 


63 


Automotive proiucts 


17 


1,266 


416 


32.9 


166 


231 


2 


3S1 


Chemicals 


4 


556 


212 


38.1 


70 


93 


1 


308 


Clothing and furnishings 


3 


207 


36 


17.4 


13 


17 


- 


57 



101 



Census of 
American 
BusinesB 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B. — STATE OF H&SHIDOIDN WHOLESALE TRADE B1 TYPE OF ESTABLISHUENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pat Roll 




State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand {end 


Kind of Business 


Ush- 
ments 




Amount 


{average) 


Total 


■ of year) 


KEOLESAIZRS HIOPHt (eontlnnad) 


















Drags and drug sundries 


4 


»1,699 


isse 


17.0 


9Z 


•120 


»1 


♦370 


Blsetrlcal goods 


13 


856 


242 


28.3 


103 


13B 


4 


187 


Faa prodacts-eonsiuBr ff>oie 


IS 


1,891 


343 


IS.l 


126 


174 


18 


81 


Fans supplies 


S 


289 


59 


20.4 


14 


22 


3 


53 


Oroeerles and foods (except ft im products) 


S6 


9,518 


940 


9.9 


314 


413 


7 


1,310 


Hardnare 


S 


1,730 


389 


22.9 


150 


191 


- 


741 


Jewelry and optical goods 


4 


129 


54 


41.9 


18 


30 


- 


70 


Lumber aod building mtsrials (other tban 


















metal) 


6 


293 


40 


13.7 


7 


13 


3 


98 


Uaetalnery, equipment and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


16 


502 


145 


28.9 


52 


78 


7 


177 


Paper and its products 


3 


801 


177 


22.1 


59 


121 


- 


287 


Plumbing and heating equipment and supplies 


3 


251 


57 


22.7 


21 


26 


- 


106 


Waste nBte rials 


4 


275 


51 


18.5 


37 


38 


1 


68 


All other kinds of business 1/ 


11 


2,347 


279 


U.9 


92 


UO 


12 


615 


MAmraOTCHERS' SAIKS BRABCHK 


















lotODEtlTB products 


3 


677 


119 


17.6 


89 


94 


- 


71 


Cbemlcals 


4 


320 


106 


33.1 


26 


48 


- 


161 


Pumiture and house fumlshings 


3 


121 


28 


25.1 


7 


9 


- 


27 


(Jrocarlas and foods (except ftrm proiiiets) 


8 


2,524 


370 


14.7 


107 


171 


8 


286 


Madiinery, equipmait and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


U 


998 


326 


32.7 


113 


178 




396 


All othar kinda of business 2/ 


11 


1,907 


468 


24.6 


167 


285 




271 


AGBDJTS AND BHDITBaS 


















Fam products-raw materials 


9 


5,563 


104 


1.9 


81 


43 




- 


Paim products-oonsumer goods 


5 


690 


83 


12.0 


36 


43 




10 
3 


Orooeries and foods (except thnn producta) 


7 


2,17T 


59 


2.7 


18 


33 




tumb«r and building nste rials (other than 


















metal) 


5 


415 


22 


5,3 


- 


1 




— 


All other kinds of business 3/ 


9 


727 


104 


14.3 


80 


3S 




18 


AH. OTHH? TYPB3 


















Fam produots-TBw materials 


S 


538 


52 


9.7 


13 


81 


3 


66 

69 

215 

178 


Fam products-consumer goods 


6 


911 


320 


35.1 


67 


79 


3 


Petroleum ar«3 its products 


9 


2,849 


684 


24.0 


192 


356 


3 


All other products 


4 


1,787 


98 


5.5 


34 


54 


I 


TACCHA 


177 


30.953 


5.027 


16.2 


1.663 


8.476 


104 


4.879 . 


Wbolesslsrs proper 


132 


20,523 


3,150 


15.3 


1,147 


1,698 


81 


3,698 


Uanufactura-s* sales branches 


18 


2,378 


474 


19.9 


135 


206 


3 


525 
3 


A^nts and brokers 


7 


1,261 


49 


3.9 


18 


26 


1 


All other types 
WaotSSAIKBS IBOPBR 


SO 


6.791 


1.354 


19.9 


363 


546 


19 


653 



















Anusemant and sporting goods 


3 


214 


58 


27.1 


21 


30 


S 
6 

1 


108 

1 C T 


Automotira products 
Cbonicals 


11 
3 


667 
393 


178 
113 


26.7 
28.8 


77 
48 


101 


1 7 . , 


Dry ^ods 

Blsotrlcal goods 

Fans products-eonsvaBr goods 


4 

7 

19 


1,174 

404 

2,339 


202 

90 

342 


17.2 
22.3 
14.6 


7S 

19 

1S4 


181 
41 

189 


i 

1 
1 


3S6 
US 
105 



102 



^ '"" , WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American _ , 

Table 2B. — STATE OF WiSHUKTON imOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 
Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be witiiheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data I 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 



State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 



mOLESALKRS HtOPEH (comtlnued) 

Ttomlturs and house fumlshings 

Groceries and foods (except fazsn pioducte) 

Lvtmbsr and building osterlals (other than 

metal) 
Uadi inexT-, equipment and si^plies (except 

electrical) 
Tobacco and its jroducts (except leaf) 
Waste lastsrlalv 
All other kinds of business 4/ 

UANnFACTOREBS' SAIZS BRANCHES 

Qxooorles and foods (axoept fann products) 
Uaohlnar?, eQuipnent and supplies (except 

electrical) 
All other kinds of business 6/ 

AQENTS AND BBDITSRS 

Oroeeries and foods (except farm products) 
All other kinds of business 6/ 

ALL OaSES TfPBS 

FaxK products-CGDsumer goods 
Petrolsam and Its products 
AH other kinds of business 7/ 



Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
Ush- 
ments 



SI 

3 
4 

ao 



Net sales 



|14S 
9,949 

334 

562 

832 

189 

3,327 



1,761 



392 



846 

415 



1,304 
3,582 
1,905 



Total Expenses 



Amount 



$58 39.2 
1,064 10.7 



Per 

cent 
of 

sales 



113 

157 
48 
79 

650 



265 



63 

146 



24 

25 



33.8 

27.9 

5.8 

42.7 

19.5 



15.0 



28.0 
37.2 



2.8 
6.0 



Full-time 

employees 

(average) 



3 
400 

40 

60 

20 

30 

225 



68 



25 
4Z 



90 
166 

147 



Pay Roll 



Total 



$38 

602 

49 

68 

32 

31 

345 



129 



27 
54 



17 
9 



65 

312 
169 



Part- 
time 



Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 



$29 
14 



$1SS 
1,071 

59 

294 
59 

295 
779 



410 



49 

66 



10 



992 
257 



CTIBS (W 



20,000 TO 50,000 PCPDLA'ITON 



ABEHDSEN 



Wholesalers proper 
All other types 

Fax& '^ o du ct B-c CBS urns r goods 

Oroeeries and foods (except fhrm products) 

Fetrolaam and its products 

All other kinds of business 

BELLINCSJI 



43 



Wholesalers pityper 

All other types of business 

Feral products-consumer goods 

Oroeeries and foods (except farm products) 

Petroleam and Its products 

All other kinds of taaslness 

JSI/BHgTT 



36 

8 

5 
13 

4 
21 

971 



3.805 



875 23.0 



Wholesalers proper 

AH other t3rpea of business 



38 
19 

8 
13 
12 
24 

_5S 



Oroeeries and foods (axeapt Ihi 
Petroleum and its products 
All othar kinds of business 



> products) 



23 
16 

6 
10 
24 



2,712 
1,093 

1,028 

1,198 

823 

756 

5.294 



2,841 
2,493 

1,050 

830 

1,158 

2,256 

5.249 



2,774 
2,475 

1,990 
1,494 
2,42S 



24.3 
19.8 



1.205 22.8 



324 



17 



431 



272 

52 



51 

31 

154 

401 



18.6 



160 
241 

129 
38 
45 

198 

30a 



139 
164 

41 

9C 

206 



326 
89 

lis 

99 

60 
174 

491 



211 



134 
49 

92 
216 

40? 



13 

4 

2 

2 

2 

11 



19S 
217 

61 

97 

24J 



11 



_a 



962 
69 

34 

149 

59 

193 

687 



! 

I 

2< 



539 
148 

36 

83 

69 

499 



_642. 
903 
139 



198 

73 

371 



lOS 



Censosof 
American 
Busmess 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B STATE OF USHIKm)! WHOLESALE TRADE BY TTPE OF ESTABLISMIENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 6,000 Popiilation and Over 

(All tabiea expressed in thoiuandt of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amoimt less than $600] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pat Roll 




State and Cm 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Estabushmxnt 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand {end 


Kind of Bubinesb 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 


C] 


HXB V 


80,000 TO S( 




I(H 


(eontlnned 








▼imti 


108 


iS8rT47 


83.184 


11.7 817 


ti.sao 


>368 


88,694 


WfaslscBlen piDp»r 


43 


6,194 


837 


13.6 


888 


401 


16 


8,004 


ill other typea of bnsinaM 


CO 


ao,tso3 


2,287 


U.l 


891 


919 


349 


690 


ran proatota-nw atorlala 


4 


65 


13 


20.0 


8 


8 


1 


8 


faia iroikiota-eonaaiiar gooda 


9S 


80,T87 


2,163 


10.4 


557 


890 


5B7 


944 


Orooarles and foods (axcapt fam produota) 


10 


S.SBS 


284 


9.4 


70 


101 


8 


1,816 


Patrol aoB aad ita produeta 


• 


1,844 


883 


17.9 


67 


97 


1 


50 


All ethar kinds of bnalaeaa 


tt 


8.»9 


501 


28.1 


151 


830 


4 


488 


CI 


TIES <r 


8,000 TO SO, 


000 poptjlat: 


m §j 










Ibtal 


ass 


tS.Zll 


5.8C8 


9.9 


1.508 


8.216 


186 


8.98T 


AHAOCRISS 


B 


881 


94 


19.8 


80 


87 


. 


18 




18 


1,454 


8T8 


19.1 


74 


ISS 


9 


80 


OBBTHALIA 


19 


1,162 


837 


88.1 


78 


109 


8 


104 


amiuiu 


U 


3,934 


363 


6.7 


67 


81 


9 


718 


KKISO 


18 


1,146 


143 


12.5 


93 


68 


3 


98 


ttL-aau. 


89 


1,766 


373 


21.1 


108 


148 


7 


167 


PORT ANGEDtS 


18 


895 


173 


19.3 


54 


77 


4 


60 


lAOOlA OTTT 


C 


867 


S3 


19.9 


13 


88 


1 


88 


TiKCODTXR 


16 


1,780 


504 


89.3 


155 


191 


9 


146 


WALU WALLA 


«1 


5,616 


794 


14.1 


817 


399 


80 


446 




60 


34,970 


8,376 


6.8 


691 


966 


70 


1,128 


}J Inelndaa 1 eatabllatoist daallng is coal; 


L in dij 


gooda; 1 li 


■ f aia prodw 


ta-n 


w aatariali 


; 8 In fnmj 


tnra and 


honae TVlt- 


nlahlngs; 1 tn Batals (axoept aerap); 1 


in totac 


CO and ita ; 


rodneta (ezi 


apt 1 


aaflj and < 


V in all othi 


ir jrodad 


a. 


Z/ Inelndaa 1 aatablisbnant daallng in dry g< 


ods; 1 1 


n aleetrloa] 


gooda; 1 ii 


fan 


prodnete-( 


onanner goo( 


to; 1 in 


aaalry and 


optloal goods; 8 In Imabar end building 


on tor la] 


a (other thi 


n aatel); 1 


in n 


tala (oTce] 


t Borap) ; 1 


in plnabj 


ng aad 


hasting aqulpoent and mppllas; 1 into) 


leeo anc 


ita produci 


a (axoept li 


«f)l 


and 3 In a] 


1 other ppo< 


neta. 




^ Inelndaa 1 establiahBsat dealing in antono 


tire pp( 


dueta; 8 in 


eoal; 8 in < 


ISS< 


and dmg ai 


ndriea; 1 ii 


patmlsi 


IB and ita 


prodneta; 1 in pliabing and baatlng equl 


paant ai 


d auppliea; 


and 2 in all 


otbs 


r prodneta, 








^ Inelndaa 1 eatebllatamaat daallng in coal; 


1 in dn 


50 and dnig 


sundriea; 8 


in f* 


im anppliei 


; 1 in hardi 


are; 1 ii 


ianaliT 


aad optleal gooda; 1 In aatala (azeept a 


oiap); i 


In paper ai 


d its proda< 


te; ] 


in petrol< 


oa aad its ] 


rodnota; 


2 in 


ploBbing aad beating aqulpoent and aapp]|las; an( 


8 in all 0' 


bar product] 


. 










5/ Includaa 1 eatabllalnnent deallig In aatonc 


tlve pr< 


dueta; 8 In 


cbemleala; ] 


In i 


am prodnc' 


a-ooaauaer i 


ooda; 1 : 


n furniture 


and hcaaa fornlahlnga; 1 la pltaAilng tB< 


heating 


squiiaent i 


nd aippllaa 


and 


1 m all o 


bar prodneti 


• 




i/ Inelndaa 2 eatabllatannta dealing In fan 


products 


-ooDainer g( 


ode; and 2 i 


n al 


other pro< 


neta. 






7/ Inelidea 1 aatabliafanant daallng In faim i 


appl lea 


1 in giocai 


iaa md toot 


s (a: 


oopt farm ] 


rednota); ai 


d 1 m a: 


1 otter 


products. 


















j^ Bo Aoleals reporta racalvad for the eltj 


of LoBf 


Tia*. 















104 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 3. — STATE OF WASHINGTON RECEIPTS FROM SALES OF MERCHANDISE AND SERVICE, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 
{All vaiues expressed in thousands oj dollars) 





Num- 




Total 

Expenses 


Receipts From — 












Space rental 


Other sources 




ber of 
estab- 


Total net 
sales 




Per- 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 










Kind of Business 


Num- 




Num- 






lish- 
ments 




Amount 


cent 
of 

sales 


storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 


ber 

of 

estab- 


Amount 


ber 

of 

estab- 


Amount 
















lish- 




Ush- 


















ments 




ments 




Total for State 


»8,714 


$439,259 


963,407 


14.4 


J435,006 


#1,811 


IS 


»48 


7S 


t2,394 


ArauseraBnt and sporting goods 


34 


2,720 


735 


27.0 


937 


» 


. 


_ 


14 


1/ 1,783 


AutomotiTe products 


142 


10,879 


2,805 


25.8 


10,594 


260 


1 


1 


8 


24 


Chemicals 


68 


7,729 


1,750 


22.6 


7,706 


22 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Clothing and furnishings 


37 


2,490 


325 


13.1 


2,490 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Co^l 


12 


766 


179 


23.4 


766 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


Drugs and drug sundries 


31 


8,485 


1,265 


14.9 


8,485 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dry goods 


40 


3,773 


593 


15.7 


3,771 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


Electrical goods 


68 


7,037 


1,3S4 


18.8 


7,026 


10 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Farm products-raw materials 


192 


25,831 


1,217 


4.7 


25,473 


346 


- 


. 


6 


12 


Faira products-consumer goods 


408 


111,790 


14,727 


13.2 


U0,884 


692 


2 


2 


10 


212 


Farm supplies 


80 


12,491 


3,111 


24.9 


12,482 


6 


1 


3 


- 


- 


Furniture ei^ house furnishings 


44 


3,473 


763 


22.0 


3.473 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Groceries and foods (except fann 






















products 


425 


113,224 


12,339 


10.9 


113,026 


100 


3 


8 


12 


90 


Hardware 


3S 


9,278 


1,816 


19.6 


9,251 


5 


- 


- 


3 


22 


'ewelry and optical goods 


24 


1,491 


337 


22.6 


1,490 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Lumber and building materials (other 






















than metal 


86 


15,158 


1,439 


9.5 


15,126 


14 


2 


15 


1 


3 


Machinery, equipment and supplies 






















(except electrical) 


248 


18,104 


4,203 


23.2 


17,629 


293 


2 


3 


13 


2/ 179 


Metals (except scrap) 


33 


5,339 


701 


13.1 


5,337 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


Paper and its products 


37 


B,761 


1,108 


19.3 


5,747 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Petroleum and its products 


460 


46,447 


8,810 


19.0 


46,408 


28 


2 


11 


- 


- 


Plximblng and heating equipment and 






















supplies 


28 


2,662 


758 


28.5 


2,651 


8 


1 


3 


- 


- 


Tobacco and its products (except 






















leaf) 


22 


8,402 


474 


5.6 


8,385 


• 


1 


1 


1 


16 


Waste materials 


38 


1,540 


328 


21.3 


1,538 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


All other kinds of business 


124 


14,399 


2,300 


16.0 


14,331 


23 


- 


- 


4 


45 


1/ Includes 13 exchanges dealing in m 


It ion pi 


:ture films 


rith income 


from 


film rental 


i of $1,77 


B,0O0. 








2/ Includes 3 establishments dealing 


n machii 


ery, equitiD 


tnt and eupi 


aies 


with re eel 


)ts from m 


Kcbine 


rentals amounting t« 


*142,000. 























1 



loe 



Census of 
American 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 4 STATE OF WJISHmBTOH 



CREDIT SALES, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHKENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 

(AU values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates tbat information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data fbr individual establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


ESTABUSHMENTB REPORTING CbEDIT SaLES 
















Credit sales 


Total 
Expenses 










Num- 
ber 


Net 
sales 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 

of 

totaT 
for 
kind 


Net 
sales 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 


Amount 


Percent of 
sales 






Amount 




Type of Estabushment 
Kind of Business 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 


All 


Per- 
cent 










of 




of 




re- 


tstab- 


of 










busi- 




busi- 




port- 


lish- 




sales 










ness 




ness 




ing 
credit 
sales 


menls 
94.S 






Total for State 


2,714 


«439,259 


2,073 


76.4 


$303,576 


69.1 


$299,452 


78.9 


$53,453 


17.6 


KHOLESALERS PROPER 
























Total 


1,345 


179,537 


1,079 


80.2 


154,022 


86.0 


122,468 


79.E 66.2 


26,924 


17.5 


MBBtmmamit and aportln^ goods 


23 


898 


17 


73.9 


860 


95.8 


657 


76.4 73.2 


232 


27.0 


intmotlTB products 


121 


6,656 


UO 


90.9 


6,354 


95.5 


5,041 


79.3 75.7 


1,916 


30.2 




32 


2,470 


31 


96.9 


2,460 


99.6 


2,125 


86.4 86.0 


761 


30.9 


Clotblng and funilnhlnga 


23 


1,499 


22 


95.7 


1,450 


96.7 


1,367 


94.3 


9i.a 


234 


16.1 


Coal 


8 


148 


8 


100. 


148 


100.0 


54 


36.5 


36. S 


71 


48.0 


Drugs and drug sundrlsa 


17 


5,924 


12 


70.6 


5,762 


97.3 


5,458 


94.9 


92.2 


920 


16.0 


Dry goods 


26 


3,185 


24 


92.3 


3,133 


98.4 


2,916 


93.1 


91.6 


601 


16.0 


Xleotrlcal gooda 


41 


3,717 


39 


95.1 


3,622 


97.4 


2,911 


80.4 


78.3 


834 


23.0 


rarm products - raw mfltarial 


27 


6,005 


17 


63.0 


5,483 


91.3 


1,081 


19.7 


18.0 


364 


5.5 


Farm produats — consumer goods 


191 


31,882 


158 


82.7 


27,646 


86.7 


21,060 


76.2 


56.1 


4,088 


14.8 


Fana sappll'es 


51 


6,287 


45 


88.2 


5,921 


94.2 


4,048 


68.4 


64.4 


1,055 


17.8 


Fumitura and house furiLlshings 


25 


2,214 


21 


84.0 


2,012 


90.9 


1,936 


95.2 1 87.* 


448 


22.3 


Orooerles and foods 


295 


60,430 


204 


69.2 


49,168 


81.4 


41,324 


84.0 


68.4 


5,951 


14.1 


Hardvara 


24 


8,558 


24 


100.0 


8,558 


100.0 


6,898 


80.5 


80.6 


1,782 


20.8 


Jewelry and optical goods 


13 


1,129 


15 


83.3 


794 


70,3 


753 


94.8 


66.7 


205 


25.8 


Lumber and building materials 


57 


7,091 


43 


75.4 


4,071 


57.4 


3,603 


88.5 


so.a 


958 


23.5 


MBchlnory, equipment and auppllea 


155 


10,753 


141 


91.0 


10,099 


93.9 


8,788 


87.0 


81.7 


2,502 


24.8 


Metals (ezoept scr&p) 


12 


1,234 


7 


58.3 


917 


74.3 


907 


98.9 


73.5 


220 


24.0 


Paper and its products 


26 


4,1U 


26 


100.0 


4,111 


100.0 


4,084 


99.3 


99.2 


856 


20.8 


Petroleum and Its products 


17 


1,295 


11 


64.7 


1,104 


85.3 


697 


63.1 


53.8 


238 


21.6 


Plumbing and Seating equipment 
























and supplies 


15 


1,589 


14 


93.3 


1,353 


85.1 


1,024 


75,7 


64.4 


333 


24.6 


■pobaoco and its products 


19 


5,580 


12 


63.2 


4,351 


78.0 


2,420 


55.6 


43.4 


233 


5.4 


7aate materials 


38 


1,540 


19 


50.0 


1,083 


70.3 


901 


83.2 


58.S 


283 


25.1 


All other kinds of business 


84 


5,342 


59 


70.2 


3,562 


65.7 


2,405 


67.5 


45 .0 


939 


26.4 


ALL OTHER TYPES 
























Total 


1,369 


259,722 


994 


72.6 


149.554 


57.6 


U6,984 


78.2 


45.0 


26.529 


17.7 


iomisement and sporting gooda 


U 


1,822 


5 


45.5 


806 


44.2 


470 


58.3 


25.8 


200 


24.8 


AutomotiTe products 


21 


4,223 


20 


95.2 


4,128 


97.8 


3,880 


94.0 


91.9 


796 


19.3 


Chemicals 


36 


6,259 


28 


77.8 


o,977 


75.6 


3,887 


97.7 


73.9 


842 


21.2 


Clothing and fumiahinga 


14 


(11 


12 


(Z) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Coal 


4 


61£ 


4 


LOO.O 


618 


100.0 


61S 


100.0 


100.0 
37.8 
48.3 


108 


17.5 


Drugs and drug sundries 


14 


2,561 


B 


57.1 


970 


37.9 


968 


99.8 


273 


28.1 


Dry gooda 


14 


588 


8 


57.1 


292 


49.7 


284 


97.3 


28 


9.5 


Electrical goods 


27 


3,320 


22 


81.5 


3,192 


96.1 


3,075 


96.3 


92.6 


363 


11.4 


Farm products, raw m&terial 


165 


19,826 


91 


55.2 


5,528 


27.9 


1,301 


32.6 


9J. 


341 


6.2 


Farm produc ts-oonsumer gooda 


a? 


79,908 


107 


49.3 


23,548 


29.5 


18,003 


76.5 


a2.g 


6,710 


28.5 


Farm supplies 


39 


6,204 


24 


82.8 


4,996 


80.5 


4,205 


84.2 


67.8 


1,993 


39.9 


Furniture and house furnishings 


19 


1,259 


18 


94.7 


1,205 


95.7 


1,197 


99.3 


95.1 


250 


20.7 


General merchandise 


6 


311 


1 


16.7 


40 


12.9 


40 


100.0 


12.9 


1 


2.5 


Groceries and foods 


130 


52,794 


81 


62.3 


32,163 


60.9 


27, lU 


84.3 


51.4 


3,717 


U.5 


Hardware 


9 


(x) 


7 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


Jewelry and optical goods 


6 


(I) 


6 


(X) 


(x; 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


Lumber and .building materials 


29 


8,067 


24 


82.8 


4,745 


58.6 


4,223 


89.0 


52.2 


325 


6.8 


Machinery , equipment qnd suppliea 


93 


7,351 


88 


94.6 


7,332 


99.7 


7,030 


95.9 


95.6 


1,568 


21.3 


Metals (except scrap) 


21 


4,105 


17 


81.0 


3,728 


90.8 


3,716 


99.7 


90. S 


416 


11.2 


paper and ita producta 


U 


1,640 


8 


72.7 


1,549 


94.5 


1,548' 


99.9 


94.4 


^25 


14.5 


Petroleum and its products 


443 


45,152 


382 


86.2 


39,837 


88.2 


24,974 


62.7 


55.2 


6,897 


17.3 


Plumbing and heating equipment 


13 


(Xf 


11 


tx) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


32.2 


Tobaoco and ita products 


3 


2,822 


1 


33.3 


1,052 


37.3 


1,015 


95.5 


36.C 


145 


13.8 


All other producta 


34 


8,746 


21 


61.8 


7,082 


81.0 


5,306 


89.0 


72.3 


822 


11.6 



106 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 5. STATE OF WASHINGTON DISTRIBUTION OF SALES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States Only 

{AH values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


Establishments Reporting Distribution of Sales 












Per- 




Per- 


Total 


















Num- 


cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 




cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


expenses 




Sales to 




Sales to 


Type of Establishment 


Num- 


Net 


Total 


ber 
of es- 


Net 




Sales to 
retailers 


home 
con- 


Sales to 
indus- 


whole- 
sale 


Kind of Business 








ber 


sales 


expenses 


tab- 
lish- 
ments 


sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


for 
resale 


sumers 

(a( 
retail) 


trial 
users 


organi- 
zations 












ness 




ness 














Total for State 


2,714 


$439,259 


$63,407 


2,228 


82.1 


$373,650 


85.1 


$52,707 


14.5 


$239,383 


$8,544 


$77,652 


$48,071 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 




























Total 


1,345 


179,537 


29,606 


1,246 


92.6 


163,892 


91.3 


26,874 


16.4 


123,887 


5,013 


29,499 


5,493 


Amusement and sporting poode 


23 


898 


259 


21 


91.3 


813 


90.5 


222 


27.3 


509 


. 65 


237 


2 


Automotive products 


121 


6,656 


2,005 


119 


98.3 


6,429 


96.6 


1,959 


30.5 


5,27B 


407 


686 


63 


Chemicals 


32 


2,470 


766 


31 


96.9 


2,226 


90.1 


654 


29.4 


877 


115 


1,189 


45 


Clothin/T and furnishinffs 


23 


1,499 


243 


23 


100.0 


1,499 


100.0 


243 


16.2 


1,401 


_ 


- 


98 


Coal 


8 


148 


71 


6 


75.0 


105 


70.9 


60 


57.1 


68 


34 


. 


3 


Eru£-s and drup sundries 


17 


5,924 


961 


14 


82.4 


2,431 


41.0 


365 


15.0 


2,337 


42 


37 


15 


Cry ?^ood3 


26 


3,185 


510 


25 


96.2 


3,141 


98.6 


505 


16.1 


2,668 


19 


447 


7 


'Electrical goods 


41 


.",.717 


934 


40 


97.6 


3,715 


99.9 


933 


26.1 


2,612 


75 


1,000 


29 


Farm p-oducte-raw materials 


27 


6,005 


407 


20 


74.1 


5,B62 


97.6 


393 


6.7 


575 


256 


4,494 


537 


Ffirm products-^'^nsumer lyoods 


191 


31,882 


4,624 


175 


91.6 


29,075 


91.2 


4,354 


15.0 


25,512 


1,184 


1,178 


1,201 


Farm suTipliea 


51 


6,287 


1,085 


37 


72.5 


5,597 


89.0 


920 


16.4 


4,218 


785 


460 


134 


furniture and house furnish-ips 


25 


2,214 


510 


25 


100.0 


2,214 


100.0 


610 


23.0 


2,339 


33 


42 




Groceries and foods 


295 


60,430 


7,899 


287 


97.3 


57,062 


94.4 


7,468 


13.1 


51,678 


995 


2,019 


2,370 


Hardware 


24 


8,558 


1,782 


22 


91.7 


5,956 


81.3 


1,419 


20.4 


4,536 


168 


1,981 


271 


Jewelry and optical goods 


18 


1,129 


249 


17 


94.4 


844 


74.8 


224 


26,6 


829 


14 




. 1 


Lumber and building riatarials 


57 


7,091 


1,062 


45 


78.9 


5,979 


84.3 


788 


13.2 


2,944 


160 


2,666 


209 


f-'fichinery, equipment and 




























supplies 


155 


10,763 


2,630 


144 


92.9 


10,127 


94.2 


2,481 


24.5 


2,131 


338 


7,415 


243 


f'etals (except scrap) 


12 


1,234 


254 


10 


83.3 


1,116 


90.4 


238 


21.3 


57 


5 


1,052 


2 


Paper and its products 


26 


4,111 


B56 


25 


96.2 


4,047 


98.4 


817 


20.2 


2,783 


64 


1,200 




Petroleum and its products 


17 


1,295 


253 


13 


76.5 


956 


73.8 


165 


17.3 


793 


20 


122 


21 


i'lumbing and heating; equip- 




























ment supplies 


15 


1,889 


407 


13 


86.7 


1,283 


80.7 


329 


25.8 


702 


41 


530 


10 


Tobacco and its products 


19 


5,580 


286 


19 


100. 


5,580 


loo.o 


286 


5.1 


5,499 


41 


36 


4 


Toasts materials 


38 


1,540 


328 


31 


81.6 


1,492 


96.9 


316 


21.2 


551 


100 


696 


145 


All other kinds of business 


84 


5,342 


1,225 


04 


lOO.O 


5,342 


100.0 


1,225 


22.9 


3,195 


52 


2,012 


83 


ALL C-THER TYPES 




























Total 


1,369 


259,722 


33,801 


982 


71.7 


208,758 


80.8 


25,833 


12.3 


115,496 


3,531 


48,153 


42,578 


Amusement and sporting goods 


11 


1,622 


476 


4 


36.4 


483 


26.5 


124 


25.7 


137 




337 


9 


Automotive products 


21 


4,223 


800 


18 


85.7 


3,888 


92.1 


737 


19.0 


2,893 


95 


779 


121 


Chemicals 


36 


5,259 


984 


32 


88.9 


3,804 


68.5 


785 


21.8 


1,774 


104 


1,480 


246 


Clothing and furnishings 
Coal 


14 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


IX) 


(X) 


4 


618 


108 


4 


100.0 


618 


100.0 


108 


17.5 


401 




216 


1 


Drugs end drug sundries 

Dry goods 

Electrical goods 

Farm products-raw materials 


14 
14 
27 


2,561 

588 

3,320 


304 

83 

390 


13 
14 
22 


92.9 
LOO.O 
81.5 


2,560 

588 

2,985 


99.9 
100.0 
89.9 


303 

83 

324 


11.8 
14.1 
10.9 


2,144 
283 
446 


20 
2 


73 

236 

2,245 


323 

69 
292 


165 


19,826 


810 


138 


83.6 


15,624 


78.8 


641 


4.1 


181 


651 


11,924 


2 668 


Farm products-consumer goods 
Farm supplies 


217 


79,908 


10,103 


182 


83.9 


70,671 


88.4 


9,396 


13.3 


53,427 


807 


2,305 


14,132 


29 


6,204 


2,026 


27 


93.1 


5,585 


90.0 


1,994 


36.7 


653 


79 


4,814 


39 

39 

5 


Riraiture and house furnishings 

General merchandise 

Groceries and foods 

Hardware 

Jewelry and optical goods 

Lumber and building materials 

Machinery, equipment and 


19 
6 


1,259 
311 


253 
13 


17 
4 


89,5 
66.7 


987 
252 


78.4 
81.0 


151 
9 


15.3 
3.6 


847 
1 




101 
246 


130 


52,794 


4,440 


119 


91.5 


50,316 


95.3 


4,307 


8.6 


28,074 


855 


2,864 


18,523 


9 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 

(X) 

1 ,010 


6 
29 


IX) 
8,067 


(X) 
377 


(X) 
22 


(X) 
75.9 


(X) 
7,284 


(X) 
90.3 


IX) 
201 


IX) 
2.8 


IX) 
3,137 




(X) 
3,137 


aunplles 
Metals (except scrap) 
Paper and its rroducts 
Petroleum and its products 
Plumbing and heating equip- 


93 

21 

11 

443 


7,351 

4,105 

1,640 

45,152 


1,573 
447 
252 

8,557 


80 

14 

9 

190 


86.0 
66.7 
81.8 
42.9 


4,777 

2,940 
1,530 
20,690 


65.0 
71.6 
93.3 
46.8 


1,262 
352 
235 

3,106 


26.4 
12.0 
15.4 
16.0 


845 
1,340 
529 ■ 
14,799 


160 

550 

6 

182 


3,352 

821 

996 

4,520 


420 
229 

1,189 


ment and supplies 
Tobacco and its products 
All other products 


13 

3 

34 


(X) 

2,822 

9,746 


IX) 

183 
1,052 


(X) 
3 
32 


'X) 

100.0 

94.1 


(X) 
2,822 
8,538 


(X) 
.00.0 
97.6 


(X) 
188 
1,007 


(X) 

6.7 

11.8 


(X) 

106 
1,351 


(X) 
8 


(X) 
7,170 


(X) 
2,716 
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WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

"'^" Table 1.— STATE OF OBSCOIf SUMMARY OF WHOLESALE TRADE, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

Business 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

|An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500) 





Number or 
Establish- 
ments 


Net 


Sales 




Full- 
time 
employees 

(average) 

9,705 


Pay Roll 


Stocks 

on 
hand 
(end 

of 
year) 


State and City 
Type of Establishment 




Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 
1,333 


1929 


1933 



(202,146 


1929 
1466,831 


Amount 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 
»14,511 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 




1933 


1929 
11.1 


fHI 3T1TB 


1.439 


131,111 


15.4 


7.2 


»643 


$26,402 


lhol»>»l«ri prop«r 


717 


689 


98,486 


245,194 


16,179 


16.4 


11.0 


5,498 


7,944 


8.1 


402 


17.537 


¥hol«aale merebaats 

Bxportar* 

laporteri 

Llmlttd fonotion vbolMalart 

Manufaetnrtn' lalta branehea 


679 

4 

e 

26 
179 


652 
12 
10 
15 

193 


92,018 
1,181 
2,556 
2,731 

42,750 


182,436 

50,611 

2,843 

9,304 

80.065 


15,809 

41 

147 

182 

6.22S 


17.2 
3.5 

s.e 

6.7 
14.6 


13.6 
1.9 

19.7 
6.4 

11.3 


5,367 

9 

58 

64 

1.813 


7,739 

21 

84 

100 

2.980 


8.4 
1.8 
3.3 
3.7 

7.0 


398 

Z 
2 

41 


16,982 

355 
200 

5.362 


With stoekJ 
Without atooka 

i«enta and brokara 


1S3 

se 

as 


211 


36,867 
5,883 

19,195 


66,301 


5,752 
473 

696 


15.6 

e.o 

3.6 


4.7 


1,663 
150 

144 


2,740 
240 

281 


7.4 
4.1 

1.5 


40 

1 

33 


5,382 
146 


Brokara 

Oomnlaaion aarehanta 
Siport agentt 
MumSacturera ' a««nta 
Other agenta 

All other typaa 


21 
15 

5 
40 

4 

352 


47 

es 

5 
114 

23 

346 


4,668 
4,423 

6,300 

2,962 

822 

41.715 


18,757 

(X) 

10,600 

22,226 

(X) 

76.271 


141 
167 
195 
171 
22 

8.011 


3.0 
3.8 
3.1 
5.8 
E.7 

19.2 


2.9 
(X) 
1.6 
6.2 
(X) 

16.8 


25 
42 

26 

46 

5 

2,260 


48 
66 
74 
80 

13 

3,306 


1.0 
1.5 
1.2 
2.7 

7.9 


5 

13 

1 

14 

167 


5 

59 

82 
3.337 


sulk tank atatlona 
Chain atora aarehousea 
Aaaeoblars and country b^rrtr"* 
CooperatlTe marketing 

aaaociatlona 
Blevatora l/ 
Other typea 

FOItTLAin) 


279 

7 

38 

22 

5 

1 

715 


150 

2 

129 

23 

29 
13 

867 


28,480 
5,701 
3,119 

4,212 
(X) 
(X) 

149,044 


34,525 
(X) 

23,005 

6,920 
(X) 
(X) 

383,432 


5,645 
338 
976 

1,023 
(X) 
(X) 

21,743 


19.8 
5.9 

31.3 

24.3 
(X) 
(X) 

14.6 


18. e 
(X) 

5.4 

14.7 
(X) 
(X) 

11.0 


1,350 
107 
282 

601 
(X) 
(X) 

6,842 


2,381 
169 

350 

391 
(X) 
(X) 

10,544 


8.4 
3.0 
11.2 

9.3 
(X) 
(X) 

7.1 


29 

6 

112 

17 
(X) 
(X) 

411 


2,124 
603 

197 

480 
(X) 
(X) 

20,540 


tholeaalera proper 
Hanufacturera ' aalea branchea 
Amenta and brokera 
All other typea 


467 

153 

72 

23 


487 

166 

196 

18 


78,565 
40,977 
18,284 
11,218 


217,197 
70,028 
62,961 
33,246 


13,532 

5,946 

629 

1,636 


17.2|10.9 

14. 5j 11.9 

3.4 4.7 

14.6 21.9 


4,537 

1,728 

123 

454 


6,704 

2,864 

248 

728 


8.5 
7.0 
1.4 
6.5 


334 
42 
21 
14 


14,096 

5,346 

139 

959 



l/ Includaa 1 cooperatlTe eleTatov 



110 



CaoGus of 

Aroer ican 
Busineaa 



TABLE £A, - STATE OF ORBBON 



WOLBSAIB DISTRIBDTIOH: 1938 

BDUBEH OF IB0I2SALB SSTABLISEUEHTS, BY TTFB tSD Kmi OF BDSIBSSS 

FOR STATES Mil SEiaOTH) 0ITIB3 





Total 


« « 

'A 

o u 


a 
u 

^1 


Mfg. sis. 
branches 


n 

e 

B 

«5 


o n 


Kind of Business 


Total 


a> n 

8|" 

rH O - 

li 


E Ufg.sls. 
p£ brancfties 


t 


Kind of Busings 


*i o 




g58 

111 




Total 


1.333 


679 


26 


153 


26 


40 


409 


Farm supplies 
Feed 

Fertiliser 
Seeds 
All other 

Furniture and house furnishings 
China, glassware and croctory 
Floor ooverings 
Furniture 
House furnishings (except as 

specified) 
Husical instruments and sheet 

musio 

Groceries and foods (except farm 
products) 

Groceries (general line) 
Confectionery and soft drinks 
Fish and sea foods 
Meats and meat products 
Other food and grocery 
specialties 

Hardware 

Hardware (general line) 
Hardware (speoialty lines) 

Jewelry and optical goods 
Jewelry (general line) 
Optical goods 

Luinber and building materials 
(other than metal) 
Lujiiber and millwork 
Asbestos products 
Brick and tile 
Cement 
Glass 
All Other 

Kachtnsry, equipment and supplies 
(except electrical) 
Comnercial rrechinery, eqp't. 

and supplies 
Construction machinery, eqp't. 

and supplies 
Farm and dairy machinery and 

equipment 

Industrial machinery, eqp't. 
and supplies 

Bottles and bottling eqp't. 
1,'echanlcal rubber goods 
Hill and mine supplies 

(general line) 
All other 

Professional eqp't. 4 supplies 
Service eqp't. and supplies 

Barber and beauty parlor 

Laxmdry 

All other 

Transportation eqp't. 4 supplle 

Metals (except scrap) 
Iron and steel 
Other steel and metal works 

popsr and Its products 
Petroleum and its products 


36 


24 




1 




1 


10 




16 


9 


. 


4 


2 


^ 


_ 


22 

1 
12 

1 

23 


14 
1 
9 

13 


- 


1 

7 


- 


1 

2 


7 


Moving pioture films 
Sporting goods (ganeral line) 
Toys, novelties and flrewortcs 
All other 


7 
3 
Z 
3 

88 


1 
3 
2 
3 

71 


1 


4 
13 


2 

1 


2 


- 


2 
1 

1 


Automotive products 


2 
2 
7 

9 

3 

208 


1 
1 
4 

4 

3 

126 


15 


1 
3 

3 
40 


2 


1 
1 

6 


~ 


Automobiles and other motor 

vehicles 
Automotive eqp't., accessories 

and parts 
Tires ai^ tubes 

■i^henicala 


5 

71 
12 

27 


1 

65 
5 

18 


1 


4 

3 

S 

5 


1 
2 


2 
2 


- 


I 


Dyestuffs 


2 
2 

1 

19 

3 

28 


2 
2 

13 

1 

16 


- 


I 
1 

4 


2 


1 
1 
6 


2 


19 


Kzplcsives 
Industrial chemicals 
paints and varnishes 
Ul other 

Clothing and furnishings 


35 
26 
20 
24 

103 

22 


22 
22 
19 
19 

44 

17 


8 
2 

5 


1 

4 

SB 


2 


1 

5 
B 


B 

1 
1 

12 


Clothing and furnishings 
(general line) 


1 
4 

s 4 
3 

*s 2 

. rl 

3 

1 


1 
1 
2 
2 

1 

8 

1 


- 


1 

1 
1 

1 


- 


2 
2 

1 

1 


1 
1 

1 


^ 


Clothing, men's and boys* 
Clothing, women's and children* 
Furnishings, men's and boys' 
Furnishings, women's 4 ohildrez 


12 

10 

7 


10 
7 

6 


- 


1 


- 


i. 
3 


- 


Hosiery 

Ullllnery and millinery supplle 

Shoes and other footwear 

Coal 


2 
5 

66 


2 

4 

41 


6 


1 
6 


2 


2 


9 


Drugs and drug sundries 


11 


9 


^ 


1 


__ 


_ 


1 


28 
1 

4 

2 

4 

27 

139 


10 

1 
2 

4 
24 

86 


6 


1 

2 

1 

2 
3S 


1 

1 
- 

5 


2 

10 


e 


Drugs (general line) 
Drugs (speoialty lines) 
Toilet articles and preparatloi 
All other 

Dry goods 


4 

S 

s 1 

1 

10 


4 
4 

1 

8 


- 


1 


1 


~ 


1 
1 


1 


Dry goods (general line) 


6 
1 

1 
1 
1 

25 


5 

1 

1 

1 

13 


- 


10 


1 
1 


1 


1 


- 


Knit goods 
notions 
Piece goods 
All other 

Electrical goods 


19 
10 
12 

65 
6 

1 

E 
53 

14 
9 
E 
2 
2 

> 10 

18 


11 
6 

7 

35 

B 
1 

S 
24 

11 
8 
E 
2 

1 

8 
7 


- 


6 
4 
4 

20 

20 
3 

1 
8 


1 

4 
1 

3 

3 


2 

6 

6 

1 

1 
1 


- 


Electrical appliances, eqp't. 

and supplies 
Radios and radio equipment 

Farm products-raw materials 


22 
3 

41 


12 

1 

12 


- 


9 

1 


1 


1 


29 


- 


Crain 

Hides, skins, and furs (raw) 

Horses and mules 

LlvestocK 

Tobacco (leaf) 

'.Vool and mohair 

All otlKr 

Farm produots-oonsumer goods 


24 

9 
1 
2 

1 
3 

1 

lEO 


3 

4 
1 

1 
2 

1 

93 


1 


6 


- 


- 


21 
5 

2 

1 

BO 


- 


Dairy products (genen.1 line! 

Butter 

Cheese 

Milk and cream 


19 

7 

1 

6 

2 

18 

10 

82 

6 


10 
3 

4 

2 
13 

9 
46 

6 


1 


5 

1 


- 


- 


3 

4 

1 

e 

1 

36 


— 


All other dairy products 
Poultry and poultry products 
Dairy and poultry products 
Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 


14 
4 

25 


6 
2 

17 


- 


6 
2 

3 


3 
3 


- 


2 


All other 


294 


12 


1 


- 


- 


- 


281 



Ill 



t«lftU« of 

Anariom 
BusliMfts 



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1B0LE3ALE DISTRIBUTIONi 1933 

NDUBER or traOUiSALE E3TABLI3H1CIIT3, BT TXFB AUD KOTD Of BDSIIIBS (aontiauad) 

POR STATES tSD 3EXBCTKD CIT1S8 





Total 


If 

r-l ^ 

Is 


m 
u 

sis 

■H OiH 

ail 


Kfg.Bla. 

branobaa 


£ 

S« 

II 


O « 

3l 


Kind of Bnalneaa 


Total 




09 
U 

all 


Ufg.sls. 
branohes 


i 

if 




Kind of BailMM 


J9 


O X 

is 


si 




pitting «nd heating wip't. 


16 


12 




2 


1 


1 




All other produote 

Beer 

Books and periodloals 

Cordage and twine 

Flowers and nursery stoolc 

Forest produote (except Inmbi 

Leather 

Leather goode 

Newspapers and magazines 

Oils and greases (animal and 

vegetable) 
Rubber, orude 

Rubber goods (general line) 
Uisoellaneous kinds of businc 


BO 


37 


2 


4 


2 


2 


B 


md SQppll«i 


r) 

38 


7 

4 
1 
2 

7 
2 
4 
8 

1 
B 
1 
8 


4 

S 

2 
4 

2 
4 
6 

5 
7 


1 
1 


1 
1 

1 

z 

1 


1 
1 


1 
1 


1 


ButiBg sqp't. (general line) 
PlTZniblng and heating eqp't. 

(general line) 
Store* and rangei 
111 other 

Tobaaao and ita predaota 
(except leaf) 


1 

6 
3 
6 

12 


1 

e 

1 

5 
11 


- 


1 

1 


1 

1 


1 


- 


1 


Waata mterlale 


21 


21 


^ 


_ 


^ 


. 


^ 


1 


Iron and atgel sor^ 

Jnnk and aorap (general line) 

Vaste pi!>er, rage and rubber 


3 

16 

2 


3 

16 
2 


_- 


- 


- 


; 


; 


"* 



X/ The 409 "All o.tber tapes'* oonslsts of the fallowing: 

Bi^rtera 4 

Orals 1 

Lumber and Inlllworlc 3 

la^rtars 6 

Showa and other footwear 1 

rertlllier 1 

House furnishings (except as apeolfiad) 1 

Other food nd grooer? speoi&ltlea 5 

Brokers 21 

Coal 1 

Orain 4 

poultry and poultry produots 1 

Fruits and Tegetahlea (fresh) 2 

Pertlllser 1 

Fish and sea fooda 1 

Other food and grocery ^eoialtlea 5 

Lumber and mlllaertc 3 

Other lumber and building materiale 1 

Beer 1 

Petroleum and lt« produots 1 

OonBoisBlon merobants 15 

Grain 2 

Livestock 1 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 7 

Other farm supplies 1 

Heats and meat products 1 

Petroleum and its produots 1 

Newspapers and magasinea 1 

Oils and greases (animal and vegetable] \ 

S^ort agaits 5 

Oraln 1 

Fruits and vegetables (fraah) 2 

Luabar and mlllwork 2 



Unport agents (drugs-speoialt; lines) 
Selling agents 

Uillinery and millinery supplies 

P^er and its produots 
Bulk tank atationa (petroleum) 
Chain store oarehouses 

Dry gooda (general line) 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 

Srooeries (general line) 
Assemblers and country buyers 

Grain 

Hidea, akins, and furs (raw) 

Livestock 

^ool and mohair 

poultry and poultry produots 

Dairy and poultry products 

Fruita and vegetables (fresh) 

Seeds 

Other food azid frrooery special tieo 
Cooperative marketing associations 

Grain 

Dairy products (general line) 

Butter 

Uilk and cream 

poultry and poultry products 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 

Fertiliser 
Elevators (grain) 
Cream station (dairy products-general line) 



1 

S 
1 
2 
279 
7 
1 
1 

e 
se 

4 
6 
1 
1 
3 
1 

19 
2 
2 

22 
4 
2 
4 
1 
1 
5 
E 
5 
1 



112 



Census of 
American 
Business 



[An (X) in 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF OHSSOH WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 



State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 



THE 3TATB 

Wholesalers proper 
Uanufaoturere* sales branches 
Agents and brokers 
All other Vpse 

WH01E3ALEF9 PBOPEB 

AoDBsoaat and sporting good* 
Sporting goods (general line) 
All other 

Aatonotlve produots 

AntomotlTe e<;altment, aooesaorles t parts 
All other 

Chamloals 

Ptilnts and varnishes 
All other 

Clothing and furnishings 

ullllnery and nllllnery sapplles 
All other 

Drugs and drug sundries 
Drugs (general line) 
All Other 

Dry goods 

Pl^ goods (general line) 
All other 

Slsatrioal goods 

Xleotrioal appliansea, eqp't. ft sappllea 
All other 

Farm prodaots-raw naterials 
Sraln 

Hides, skins, and fars (raw) 
All ottier 

IPans produots-oonaumer goods 
Dairy produots (general line) 
Butter 

jallk and orean 
Poultry and poultry prodnats 
Dairy and poultry produots 
nnlts and Tegetable* (fresh) 
All other 

PsTB sopplle* 
Feed 
All other 

Fornltuxe and house fnrnidkings 
Fomiture 

Bou?9 ftirnlshli^s (exoept furniture) 
All other 



Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



1.S33 



717 

179 

65 

352 



Net sales 



<20g .U6 



18 



17 



13 



13 



14 



98,486 
42,760 
19,196 
41,716 



453 



2 SI 
172 

3,907 



3,479 
428 

1.902 



1,617 
286 

916 



739 



4.136 



4,069 
67 

2,530 



1.054 
1,476 

2,479 



2.065 
414 

8.421 



4,679 

2,761 
981 

10,660 



1,569 
153 
280 
911 
1,772 
6,399 
57S 

2.865 



Total Expenses 



Amount 



♦31 .Ul 



1,541 
1,324 

1.157 



226 
292 
639 



16,179 

6,225 

696 

8,011 



157 



34.7 



108 
49 



1,107 



28. 



1,002 
105 

496 



26.0 



467 
38 



147 



16.0 



43 
104 



704 



691 
13 



477 



100 
377 



442 



334 
108 



329 



"^164 

79 
86 

1.909 



511 
22 
75 
183 
226 
741 
lEl 

370 



Per- 
cent 
of 

gales 



15.4 



Full-time 

employees 

(average) 



9.706 



16.4 

14.6 

3.6 

IS. 2 



17.0 



5,498 

1,813 

144 

2,250 



34 



421 



387 
34 



194 



184 

10 



42 



14 

28 



245 



18.9 



17.8 



240 

6 



101 



134 



3.9 



17.9 



12.9 



220 
150 



243 21.0 



68 

73 

112 



107 
27 



71 



29 
17 
26 

701 



139 
6 

23 
109 

82 
282 

60 

129 



80 



8 
29 
43 



Pay Roll 



Total 



tl4.511 



7.944 

2,980 

281 

3,306 



47 



29 
24 



609 



566 
43 



at8 



199 
24 



74 



22 

S2 



326 



3£1 
5 



213 



36 
178 



224 



185 
39 



161 



62 

54 
35 

1,009 



268 
B 

31 
119 
127 
394 

S2 

197 



119 
78 



132 



24 
43 
65 



Part- 
time 



t643 



402 
41 
33 

167 



19 



13 



26 
1 



118 



11 



IS 



Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 



113 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2B. — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

ORESOir WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 
{AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 



[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 



State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 



Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



WHOMSAUiRS reOPER (oontlnned) 

Orooarlea snd foods (exoept farm prodaots) 
arooeri«8 (general line) 
Confeotloser? and soft drinks 
Pldi and sea foods 
Keats and seat proAiets 
Other food and grooery spaolaltlss 

Hardware 

Hardware (general lira) 
Hardware (apeoialt; Una) 

Jewelry and optloal goods 
lamber and building materials 
(other than metal) 

Lumber and mlllwork 

Glass 

All other 

Esohinezy, equlpwnt and supplies 
(exoept eleotrlsal) 
Conmeroial maohlneiy, eqp't. and oapplies 
Construotlon maohlnery, eqp't. t snH>lles 
Farm and dairy aohinery and eqnlpnent 
Industrial maohlnery, eqp't. and supplies 
Bottles and bottling equlpssnt 
Hill and nine sappllea (general line) 
All other 

Professional equlpiient and soppllsa 
Servloe eqnlpoent and suppllee 

Barber t beauty parlor eqp't. t siqipliei 

All other 

transportation eqaipnent and supplies 
astals (exoept sorap) 



Fai>er and Its jroilssta 
Petrole 



leum and Its produots 
PlnnUog and heating equlpnent and snppllea 
Plumbing and heating eqp't. (general line) 
All other 

Totaooo and Its produots (ezoept leaf) 
¥aste amterlals 

Junk and sorap (gensral line) 

All other 

All other produots 
Bags and bagging 
Beer 

Books and periodioals 
Forest produots (exoept lumber) 
Leather goods 
Hewspapers and magailnes 
Utasllaneons kinds of business 



146 



"35 
24 
19 
19 
54 

17 



10 
7 



EG 



19 

4 
27 



86 



U 
6 
7 

35 
5 
E 

25 

U 

a 

s 
: 



Total Expenses 



Net sales 



17 



11 



16 



89 



S 
fi 

a 

4 

4 

6 

U 



Amount 



»26.a75 



12,766 

912 

592 

2,727 

9,378 

6.854 



♦3.866 



6.408 
446 

8«5 



4.198 

2,765 

109 

1,81! 



6.30i 



878 
771 
597 

2,427 
124 
679. 

1,724 

887 
844 
17£ 
669 



776 



2.751 



9i8r 



i.oao^ 



786 
234 



3.613 



1,403 
661 
76e 

5.635 



2,510 
IGS 
974 
170 
642 
605 
63: 



947 
168 
198 
888 
1,665 

1.091 



1,009 
82 

87 



681 



227 

81 

87J 



180 
286 
141 
628 
22 
129 
471 

£68 

23: 

67 

16C 

114 

233 



Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 



Full-time 

employees 

(average) 



12.7 



♦998 



la.i 



850 
42 

68 
150 

S9e 

442 



26. 



402 

40 



41 



15.0 



265 



28. £ 



9G 

11 

16< 



526 



30.1 



65 
61 
41 

180 

7 

32 

121 

101 
6{ 
2] 

47 

32 



Pay Roll 



Total 



♦1.568 



570 
66 
78 

at 

642 

688 



489 



62 



36: 



13C 

1( 

21C 



814 



105 
77 
64 

269 
11 
7£ 

17! 

u: 

lu 
so 



6] 



1201 



Part- 
time 



Stocks ou 

hand (end 

of year) 



.16* 



25 
< 

19 
6 
8 



♦3.078 



1,479 

101 

18 

112 

1,868 



84 



1.414 

1.300 

114 



76 

393 



2( 



47 



67 
U 

2tl 



4 
2 
7 

26 
■ 

21 



2.285 

205 
328 
185 
887 
22 
187 
678 

299 

216 

SB 

158 

165 



577 21.0 



196 



8M 



851 
686 



156 



263 25.6 



191 
72 



166 4. 



Ul 
194 



1.131 



16.9 



SIE 22.' 



20.1 



368 
20 

23: 

36 
161 
181 
141 



I 



42 



"91 



16! 



477 



171 

t 

90 

12 

4: 

10! 
44 



67 



"U5 



7( 



"Hi 



589 



17! 
( 

Hi 
11 
T! 

18! 

64 



17 



887 

298 

39 

262 



119 

626 

JjOTl 



368 

7 

381 

88 

218 
S> 
92 



114 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 1 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF OBSOOt WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHHENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU ixdues expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $600] 









Total Expenses 




Pat Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State and Citt 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (ertd 


Kind of Business 


Ush- 
ments 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 


HJlJDTACroEEBS' SAMS BRiBCHES 


















WIM STOCKS 


IfiS 


♦86.867 


fB.75£ 


1£.6 


1,663 


•2.740 


•40 


•6.882 


inaienent and sporting good* 


4 


468 


1«4 


82.9 


51 


87 




10 


istomoti-ve produots 


IS 


3,092 


SOS 


18.9 


137 


262 


4 


666 


CheDiaals 


6 


1,324 


472 


SS.6 


107 


186 


• 


828 


Clothing and fornlelilags 


4 


713 


97 


13.6 


22 


•8 


1 


96 


Sleotrloal good! 


10 


2,674 


370 


13.8 


96 


190 


IT 


827 


ram proaoota-ooniuiner good* 


s 


778 


409 


52.6 


128 


179 


- 


47 


Fornltore and hoau fttmlahlnga 


T 


3,906 


372 


9.5 


6i 


28« 


- 


872 


Croaeriss and fbods (exoept fam prodnotsl 


«0 


16,883 


1,860 


9.8 


638 


760 


6 


1,916 


Lomber and ballding material! 


















(other than natal) 


6 


649 


119 


18.3 


44 


60 


1 


66 


■aohlnery, equliaent and sappllea 


















(exoept eleotrlaal) 


SB 


2,607 


811 


31.1 


284 


388 


9 


1,148 


Hetals (exoept scrap) 


e 


2,106 


218 


9.9 


66 


112 


- 


219 


faper and Its produots 


9 


ess 


196 


38.5 


16 


60 


- 


17 


All other klnda of boalnesa 


9 


1.982 


389 


19.6 


lU 


186 


2 


267 


nmooT STOCKS 


26 


e.883 


473 


8.0 


160 


240 


1 


^ 


MaoUnery, eqnlpment and snppliea 


















(exoept eleotrleal) 


6 


2,6M 


lie 


4>5 


87 


66 


- 


. 


■etals (exoept lorapl 


S 


337 


4S 


13.4 


IS 


28 


- 


_ 


I^per and lt» prodnota 


8 


215 


22 


10.2 


6 


18 


- 


. 


All other kinds of Imalnesa 


15 


2,687 


286 


10.7 


93 


144 


1 


- 


lliEKTS ABB BROKERS 


















BRCKERS 


21 


4.688 


141 


s.o 


26 


48 


6 


6 


ttm prodnota-raw aatsrlals 


4 


239 


26 


10.5 


1 


1 


. 


m 


rariD irodaots-aonaamer goods 


S 


8S0 


26 


3.1 


9 


18 


- 


1 


Croseries and foods (exoept farm produott) 


S 


2,883 


36 


1.2 


7 


16 


8 


2 


lOBlier and buildup ^terlals 


















(other than nstal) 


4 


571 


M 


6.0 


T 


16 


1 


• 


All other klnda of baslnssa 


4 


US 


S> 


13.8 


1 


1 


1 


2 


eomassios uERCHAins 


IS 


4,423 


167 


3.8 


42 


66 


18 


59 


Parsi prodoots-raw mterlals 


s 


3.167 


93 


2.9 


18 


20 


1 


1 


fkrm prodaots-oonaaasr goods 


T 


S32 


47 


8.8 


24 


29 


4 


8 


All other kinds of boalneas 


5 


724 


.:27 


8.7 


6 


IT 


• 


66 


BMORT AGEBT3 


B 


6.300 


196 


B.l 


26 


T4 


1 


^ 


lliSU?kCTJK±u3' AOSHTB 


40 


2,962 


171 


5.8 


46 


SO 


14 


82 


eiotiking and farnlkhlBga 


( 


323 


11 


8.4 


- 


_ 


. 


8 


Sroeeries and foods (aasept fam iroteotsi 


S 


1,398 


38 


2.4 


10 


22 


- 


6 


Hardware 


5 


293 


9 


3.1 


1 


2 


_ 


. 


laohlnsr;, eqaipneDt and soppllea 


















(exoept sleotrloal) 


10 


138 


18 


13.0 


7 


9 


8 


T 


All other kinds of hoslness 


13 


810 


100 


12.3 


28 


4T 


U 


67 


0?BSB ASEBTS 


4 


822 


22 


2.7 


6 


18 


. 


^ 


AIL OTHER TTKS 


















mz lAIK SUTIOIS (petrolaoak 


2T9 


28.480 


S.64S 


;9.8 


1.860 


2.881 


29 


2.114 


emj> STORK TAEEHOtTSES 


T 


e.701 


388 


5.9 


107 


1«9 


6 


608 


ASSKHBtEHS AID OOOTIBT BtTIMS 


38 


3.119 


976 


31.3 


282 


860 


111 


197 


?am prodaats-rsw aaterlals 


11 


499 


El 


10.2 


19 


81 


1 


98 


rars jro'tjf is-oonaonsr goods 


23 


2.410 


866 


86.9 


247 


802 


Ul 


101 


All othe'- t ads of Easiness 


4 


210 


60 


28.6 


16 


17 


- 


8 



115 



■-« WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American ^^^^^^ 2 3.— STATE OF 0HE80H BHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in tho/asands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 









Total Expenses 




Pat Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 


hand {end 


Kind of BnsnrBSS 


lish- 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


time 


of year) 




ments 






sales 










ALL OTHER TTHSS (oontlmed) 


















0003BB*TIVE mU^KETISG ASSOCUTIOIB 


22 


»4.212 


Jl.023 


24.8 


501 


»S91 


»17 


«480 


Farm prodnota-raw materlala 


4 


lis 


17 


15.0 


9 


9 


2 


3 


Plana proaaota-oonaanier goodt 


13 


3,667 


957 


26.2 


484 


369 


10 


464 


Farm aapplle* 


5 


232 


31 


1S.4 


B 


13 


6 


23 


OTHER TTira 


6 


203 


29 


14.3 


10 


16 


3 


38 




( 


IT1B3 OP 10( 


,000 POPOLAJION i 


lNC over 








POBTLASD 


716 


149.044 


21.743 


U.6 


6.842 


10.644 


4U 


20.640 


^olesalera proper 


467 


78,665 


13,532 


17.2 


4,637 


6,704 


334 


14.096 


Hamrfaoturera' aalea branihea 


153 


40,977 


6,946 


li.6 


1,728 


2,864 


42 


5,346 


Amenta and brokera 


72 


18,284 


629 


3.4 


123 


248 


21 


139 


All other t^pea 


23 


11.218 


1.636 


14.6 


454 


728 


14 


969 


WH0LE3AIEH3 PROPER 


















Amasesent and sporting goodi 


9 


453 


157 


34.7 


34 


47 


2 


124 


Antomotlve produota 


46 


3,092 


897 


29.0 


344 


608 


16 


784 


Chemloala 


16 


1,786 


488 


27.3 


191 


218 


10 


747 


Clothing and farniahinga 


16 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Cmga and drag aandrlLea 


7 


4,031 


688 


17.1 


237 


319 


- 


901 


Dry gooda 


5 


?,022 


443 


21.9 


89 


200 


- 


253 


ElMtrloel gooda 


11 


2,467 


432 


17.6 


130 


220 


8 


492 


Pam produots-raw matarlala 


9 


8,240 


316 


3.S 


66 


145 


27 


415 


Parm p'odnata-oonannar gooda 


46 


7,270 


1,299 


17.9 


467 


725 


105 


1,251 


Farm aappllaa 


IS 


1.408 


239 


17.0 


76 


136 


9 


193 


Parnlture and houae ftimldiinga 


14 


1,167 


243 


21.0 


80 


132 


13 


475 


Groaerlaa and fooda (azoapt farm prodaota) 


76 


17,813 


2,463 


13.8 


763 


1,2U 


48 


1,628 


Hardware 


12 


6,014 


966 


19.1 


363 


456 


2 


996 


Jewaliy and optloal gooda 


3 


284 


73 


26.7 


36 


45 


- 


69 


Lnmber and building materials 


















(other than netal) 


26 


2,777 


361 


13.0 


98 


176 


16 


162 


Uaohlneiy, aqnipnent and anppliea 


















(exoept eleotrlo.il) 


78 


6,002 


1,739 


29.0 


616 


791 


43 


2,157 


Betala leioept aorap) 


7 


776 


233 


30.1 


54 


120 


2 


562 


Baper and Its prodoots 


13 


3,48S 


623 


21.1 


178 


281 


4 


603 


B»troleam and It a produota 


6 


298 


100 


33.6 


27 


42 


- 


39 


. Flomblng and heating equlpisnt and sapplica 


11 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(Z) 


(X) 


Tobaooo and ita prodastc (azaapt leaf) 


4 


2,607 


118 


4.6 


35 


61 


- 


122 


Taate mteriala 


17 


1,365 


303 


22.2 


167 


126 


3 


628 


All other prodoata 


26 


6,349 


1,072 


20.0 


469 


666 


U 


1,044 


KAIUJPAOTDREHS • SALES BHAECHES 


















Anuemnv and a porting gooda 


6 


736 


240 


32. T 


78 


131 


. 


10 


AntonotlTe prodnota 


13 


3,096 


579 


18.7 


136 


248 


4 


664 


Chemloala 


7 


1,334 


474 


35.6 


106 


188 


1 


323 


Clothing and fnmidiinga 


4 


713 


97 


13.6 


22 


65 


1 


96 


Sleotrical gooda 


11 


2,690 


373 


13.9 


96 


191 


18 


327 


Fnrnltore and hooaa faralahlnga 


7 


3,906 


372 


9.6 


64 


2S6 


- 


372 


Grooeriea and fooda {ezoept farm prodaota) 


24 


14,986 


1,468 


9.8 


498 


716 


6 


1,884 


Losiber and balldlng materlala 


















(otlisr than mttal) 


S 


935 


U6 


IS. 6 


63 


67 


1 


6S 


ItoohlDBiy, eqalpnant and anppliea 


















(eioept eleotrioal) 


41 


6,230 


917 


17.6 


317 


438 


9 


1,1S9 



12-«B-fl 

Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 2 B.— STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION; 1933 

OBESOH WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 
(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 



[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are, included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount leas than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pay Roll 




State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


TYPE or Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (end 


Kind of Business 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 


miBtfPAWtlRSRS' SALES BBABPHES 


















(oontinuad) 


















Metala (eXoepC sorapl 


11 


»2,643 


$263 


10.3 


81 


vuo 


_ 


¥219 


Paper aad iti prodaota 


6 


600 


218 


27.3 


20 


63 


- 


17 


Plnmblng and heatlag equipment and suppllea 


3 


566 


143 


26.3 


63 


66 


« 1 


151 


All oikit Kinds of business 1/ 


12 


3.44S 


656 


19.0 


205 


316 


2 


190 


ACBOTS AED BBOKBHS 


















Clotiilii^ and furnishings 


7 


338 


12 


3.6 


. 


1 


1 


3 


?arm produats-raw materials 


6 


6,252 


126 


2.4 


13 


28 




_ 


Farm jlroduets-oonaumer pjods 


7 


1,848 


74 


4.0 


22 


39 


2 


3 


Grooerles and foods (exoept farm products) 


13 


4,346 


74 


1.7 


18 


40 


3 


7 


Hardware 


6 


293 


9 


3.1 


1 


2 


« 


» 


Lojjljer and talldlng materials 


















(other than me tall 


7 


3,954 


189 


4.8 


29 


70 


1 


. 


Uaohlneryt Ajnlpnent and supplies 


















(eioept eleotrloall 


9 


108 


17 


15.7 


7 


8 


2 


7 


All other Idnds of business 2/ 


16 


2,145 


128 


6.0 


33 


60 


12 


119 


AIL OfflEH mrras 


















Farm prodtkats-eonsmDer goods 


8 


1,486 


168 


11.3 


51 


83 


9 


9 


Petroleum and Its products 


10 


6,850 


1,263 


21.6 


336 


642 


2 


673 


All other kinds of business 3/ 


5 


3,883 


205 


6.3 


68 


103 


S 


377 


C] 


TIES OP 


20.000 TO 6( 


,000 POPDU 


'ION 










SALE3I 


29 


3.737 


584 


15.6 


279 


269 


6 


603 


wholesalers proper 


19 


2,241 


290 


12,9 


131 


162 


4 


429 


All other typee 


10 


1,496 


294 


19.7 


146 


117 


1 


74 


nrm produote-oOBsuner goods 


4 


374 


96 


25.4 


34 


46 


1 


14 


Petroleom and its produots 


8 


1,293 


263 


20.3 


66 


103 


1 


45 


All other kinds of baslnesa 


17 


2,070 


226 


10.9 


189 


121 


3 


444 


C 


TIES OP 


6,000 TO 20 


,000 POHTLAT 


:oii 










total 


240 


24,475 


4,137 


16.9 


1,172 


1,769 


145 


2,790 


albaut 


14 


1,123 


176 


16.7 


60 


66 


3 


196 


ASTORIA 


23 


2,992 


434 


14.5 


119 


183 


7 


284 


BAKRR 


11 


1,406 


204 


14.5 


66 


104 


4 


341 


BEKB 


16 


1,506 


269 


17.2 


69 


100 


2 


176 


COETAILIS 


8 


766 


117 


15.3 


37 


63 


• 


33 


BnOEHE 


40 


3,722 


616 


16.6 


170 


260 


8 


384 


la.AMATH PALLS 


32 


3,438 


623 


16.2 


146 


251 


6 


516 


LA GRAOTE 


13 


1,124 


111 


9.9 


36 


48 


3 


130 


UABSHPIELD 


16 


1,368 


178 


13.0 


67 


62 


8 


182 


KEDPORB 


31 


4.406 


998 


22.7 


249 


392 


79 


364 


ORSGOH CITY 


8 


389 


61 


15.7 


16 


23 


2 


17 


ffilTDLETOII 


13 


863 


142 


16.5 


39 


67 


3 


96 


TH3 DALLS3 


13 


1,375 


318 


23.1 


107 


ISl 


20 


82 



J/ 



3/ 



Includes 1 establishment dealing In drugs and drug sundries; 1 in dry goods 

supplies (eioept mBohlnery and ecjuipment) ; 1 in Jewelry and optical goods 

and 6 in all other products. 
Includes 2 establishments dealing in autcmotlTe products; 2 in chemicals; 1 In coal; 1 in drugs and drug sundries; 1 in 

eleotrloal goods; 2 in taim supplies (eioept machinery and equipment); 2 in furniture and house furnishings; 2 in paper 

and its products; 1 in petroleum and its products; 1 in plumbing and heating equipment and supplies; and 3 in all other 

products. 
Includee 1 aataMlshment dealing in dry goods; 2 in farm products-raw materials 

products) . 



1 in fam products-consumer goods ; 1 in farm 
1 In tobacco and its products (except leaf); 



2 in groceries and foods (except farm 



U7 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 3. — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

RECEIPTS FROM SALES OF UERCHANDISE AND SERVICE. BY KIND OF BUSINESS 
For states Only 
(All values expressed in thousands 0} dollars) 





Num- 




TOTAI, 

Expenses 


Receipts From— 












Space rental 


Other .sources 




ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Total net 
sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 

storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 






Kind of Business 


Num- 
ber 
of 

estab- 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 
of 

estab- 


Amount 
















lish- 




lish- 


















ments 




ments 




Total for State 


1,333 


$202,146 


$31,111 


15.4 


$200,929 


$373 


6 


♦14 


30 


$830 


Automotire products 


88 


7,190 


1.715 


23.9 


7,086 


104 


1 


1 






Chemicals 


27 


3,246 


970 


29.9 


3,221 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Clothing and furnishings 


28 


1,967 


255 


13.0 


1,966 


- 


- 


- 




1 


Electrical goods 


25 


5,179 


816 


15.8 


5,171 


8 


- 


- 




- 


Farm products-raw materials 


41 


14,511 


556 


3.8 


14,490 


18 


1 


2 




1 


Farm prodacts-consumer goods 


150 


20,815 


4,331 


20.8 


20,791 


24, - 


- 




- 


Farm supplies (except machinery 






















Eind equipment) 


36 


3,584 


436 


12.2 


3,664 


20 


- 


- 




- 


Furniture and house furnishings 


23 


6,318 


649 


12.2 


6,307 


- 


- 


- 




11 


Groceries and foods (except farm 






















products) 


208 


51,964 


5,295 


10.2 


61,957 


- 


1 


3 




4 


Hardware 


22 


6,147 


1,100 


18.1 


6,144 


- 


1 


3 


_ 


- 


Lumher and bulldii^ materials 






















(other than metal} 


66 


9,119 


967 


10.2 


9,087 


29 


- 


- 




3 


Machinery, equipment and supplies 






















(except electrical] 


139 


11,691 


2,741 


23.4 


11,498 


117 


- 


- 


13 


1/ 76 


Metals (except scrap) 


18 


3,318 


496 


14.9 


3,316 


- 


1 


2 


- 


- 


Paper sr\A its products 


25 


4,355 


817 


18.8 


4,350 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Petroleum and its products 


293 


29,417 


5,805 


19.7 


29,409 


5 


1 


3 


- 


- 


Plumbing and heating equipment and 






















supplies 


16 


1,602 


414 


25.8 


1,595 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Taste materials 


21 


1,409 


315 


22.4 


1,409 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


All other kinds of huainess 


107 


21,314 


3,434 


15.1 


20,669 


11 


- 


- 


10 


.§/ ^3* 


1/ Includes 3 establishments dealing 


in machj 


nery, eqnipn 


ent and 3u| 


plie: 


with receii 


ts from ma 


chine 


rentals iinounti|ng to 


Sl5,000. 






















Z/ Includes 7 exchanges dealing in mo 


tion pic 


ture films, 


with lncom( 


fron 


film rental 


s of $724, 


000. 









Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 4. — STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

OBBGOB CREDIT SALES, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 




Establishments Reporting Credit Sales 




















Credit sales 


Total 






















Expenst 










-8 










Per- 
cent 
of 




Per- 
cent 
of 




Percent of 
sales 












Type of Establishment 








Kind of Business 


Num- 


Net 


Num- 


total 


Net 


total 




Estab- 










ber 


sales 


ber 


for 

kind 

of 

busi- 
ness 


sales 


for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 


Amount 


lish- 
ments 
re- 
port- 
ing 
credit 
sales 


All 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total for Stats 


l.SSS 


♦202.146 


1,048 


78.6 


tl61,S41 


79.8 


4127,806 


79.2 


63.2 


126.482 


16.4 


mOLESALEftS PROPER 
























Total 


717 


98,486 


578 


80.0 


83,262 


84.6 


68,566 


82.4 


69.6 


14,929 


17.9 


Anusement and sporting goods 


9 


4S3 


8 


88.9 


441 


97.4 


326 


73.9 


72.0 


146 


33.1 


AutomotlTS products 


72 


3,907 


65 


90.3 


3,720 


96.2 


2,806 


75.4 


71.8 


1,066 


28.4 


ChsmlcalB 


16 


1,902 


16 


88.9 


1,844 


97.0 


1,619 


87.8 


86.1 


481 


26.1 


Clothing and furnishings 


17 


916 


14 


82.4 


836 


91.3 


808 


96.7 


88.2 


134 


16.0 


Drugs and drugs sundries 


9 


4,136 


.3 


33.3 


3,850 


93.1 


3,735 


97.0 


90.3 


668 


17.4 


Dry goods 


8 


2,SS0 


8 


100.0 


2,530 


100.0 


2,487 


98.3 


99.3 


477 


18.9 


Electrical goods 


IS 


2,479 


13 


100.0 


2,479 


100.0 


2,366 


96.4 


95,4 


441 


17.8 


Farm products-rav materials 


13 


8,421 


E 


46.2 


983 


11.7 


672 


86.7 


10.4 


87 


8.9 


Farm produots-consumer goods 


94 


10,650 


69 


73.4 


8,788 


82.6 


6,636 


76.6 


62.3 


1,626 


18.6 


Farm supplies 


25 


2,865 


18 


72.0 


2,527 


86.2 


1,964 


77.7 


68.6 


335 


13.3 


Furniture and house furnishings 


14 


1,167 


10 


71.4 


1,123 


97.1 


1,062 


94.6 


91.8 


236 


21.0 


Groceries and foods 


146 


26,376 


108 


74.0 


24,208 


91.8 


16,495 


76.4 


70.1 


3,083 


12.7 


Hardware 


17 


5,864 


16 


94.1 


5,837 


99.7 


6,453 


93.4 


93.1 


1,090 


18.7 


Jewelry and optical goods 


6 


326 


6 


100.0 


325 


100.0 


310 


96.4 


96.4 


67 


26.6 


Lumber and hulldii^ materials 
























{other than metal) 


60 


4,193 


44 


88.0 


2,868 


68.2 


2,412 


84.4 


67.5 


578 


20.2 


Machinery, equipment and supplies 
























(except electrical 1 


ee 


6,302 


77 


89.5 


6,989 


96.0 


5,303 


88,5 


84.1 


1,712 


28.6 


Metals (except scrap] 


7 


775 


6 


86.7 


754 


97.3 


665 


88.2 


85.8 


228 


30.2 


Paper and its products 


17 


2,761 


16 


94.1 


2,745 


99.8 


2,634 


96.0 


96.7 


672 


20.8 


Petroleum and its products 


IS 


918 


9 


69.2 


870 


94.8 


286 


33.1 


31.4 


161 


17.4 


Plumbing and heating equipment 
























and supplies 


12 


1,020 


12 


100.0 


1,020 


100 .0 


922 


90.4 


90.4 


263 


26.8 


Tobacco and its products 


11 


3,613 


8 


72.7 


2,916 


83.0 


1,914 


66.6 


64.6 


146 


6.1 


Waste materials 


21 


1,409 


11 


62.4 


1,327 


94.2 


704 


53.1 


60.0 


262 


21.3 


All other kinds of business 


39 


6,636 


30 


76.9 


5,282 


93.7 


4,786 


90.6 


84.9 


1,046 


19.8 


ALL OTKEE TTPES 
























Total 


ei6 


103,660 


476 


77.1 


78,089 


76.3 


59,240 


76.9 


67.1 


11,553 


14.8 


Amusement and sporting goods 


6 


(I) 


3 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


IXI 


AutomotiTe products 


16 


3,283 


16 


93.8 


3,140 


96.6 


2,603 


79.7 


76.2 


592 


18.9 


Chemicals 


9 


1,344 


8 


8U.9 


1,341 


99.8 


1,283 


96.7 


96.6 


475 


36.4 


Clothing and fumishii^s 


11 


(XI 


8 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


!^! 


1^1 


i^l 


(XI 


i^l 


Coal 


1 


(XI 


1 


(xl 


U) 


(Xl 


Ui 


(x) 


Ul 


IX) 


IXI 


Drugs and drugs sundries 


2 


(XI 


. 


- 


- 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dry goods 


2 


(X) 


1 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(I) 


(Z) 


(II 


1X1 


IX) 


Electrical goods 


12 


(XI 


10 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(xl 


(Xl 


Farm' products-raw materials 


28 


6,090 


7 


25.0 


668 


11.0 


193 


28.9 


3.2 


68 


8.7 


Farm products-consumer goods 


56 


10,165 


29 


51.8 


6,367 


52.7 


4,054 


75.7 


39.9 


1,669 


31.2 


Farm supplies 


11 


719 


7 


63.6 


375 


52.2 


237 


63.2 


33.0 


48 


12.8 


Furniture and house furnishings 


9 


4,161 


9 


100.0 


4,161 


100.0 


4,016 


96.5 


96.5 


406 


9.7 


Groceries and foods 


62 


25,689 


47 


75.8 


19,379 


75.7 


16,647 


80.2 


60.8 


1,679 


8.1 


Hardware 


5 


293 


3 


60.0 


178 


60.8 


177 


99.4 


60.4 


6 


2.8 


Jewelry and optical goods 


1 


(XI 


1 


(X) 


(I) 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(XI 


IXI 


(Xl 


Lumber and building materials 


16 


4,926 


11 


68.8 


3,800 


77.1 


1,671 


41.3 


31.9 


278 


7.3 


Machinery, eq*pt and suppllee 


53 


6,389 


48 


90.6 


6,019 


93.1 


4,765 


94.9 


68.4 


634 


16.6 


Metals (except sorap ) 


11 


2,543 


10 


90.9 


2,608 


96.6 


2,604 


99.8 


98.6 


266 


10.2 


Paper and its products 


8 


(X) 


6 


(XI 


(X) 


(XI 


(Xl 


(Xl 


(XI 


IX) 


IXI 


Petroleum end its products 


260 


28,499 


242 


86.4 


24,096 


84.5 


14,722 


61.1 


61.7 


4,067 


16.9 


Plumbing and heating eq'pt 


4 


582 


3 


78.0 


674 


98.6 


561 


97.7 


96.4 


147 


26.6 


Tobacco and its products 


1 


(XI 


. 


. 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


All other products 


12 


2,289 


6 


50.0 


1,619 


70.7 


1,44! 


69.3 


63.1 


256 


15.6 



119 



Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 5.— STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

IB30N DISTRIBUTION OP SALES. BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States Only 

{AU values expressed in thousands ofdoUars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


Establishments Reporting Distribution of Sales 


Type of Establishment 


Num- 


Net 


Total 


Num- 
ber 
of es- 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Net 


Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 


Total 
expenses 


Sales to 
retailers 


Sales to 
home 
con- 


Sales to 
indus- 


Sales to 
whole- 
sale 
organi- 
zations 


Kind of Business 








ber 


sales 


expenses 


tab- 

lish- 

ments 


sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


for 
resale 


sumers 

(at 
retail) 


trial 
users 












ness 




ness 














Total for State 


1,333 


♦202,146 


$31,111 


1,028 


77.1 


♦161,164 


79.7 


♦24,440 


15.2 


♦103,149 


4,338 


34.088 


19,6U 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 




























Total 


717 


98,486 


16,179 


651 


90.8 


90,473 


91.9 


14,646 


16.2 


60,063 


3,837 


22,363 


4,810 


Annioement and sporting goods 


9 


453 


157 


9 


100.0 


453 


100.0 


157 


34.7 


339 


46 


68 




Automotive products 


72 


3,907 


1,107 


63 


87.5 


3,595 


92.0 


1,039 


28.9 


2,756 


191 


554 


94 


Chemicala 


18 


1,902 


495 


17 


94.4 


1,849 


97.2 


484 


26.2 


736 


80 


914 


119 


Clothing and furnishings 


17 


916 


147 


17 


100.0 


916 


100.0 


147 


16.0 


884 


21 


U 


. 


Drugs and drug sundries 


9 


4,136 


704 


7 


77.8 


2,765 


66.9 


471 


17.0 


2,726 


28 


8 


3 


Dry goods 


8 


2,530 


477 


8 


100.0 


2,530 


100.0 


477 


18.9 


2,504 


81 


_ 


S 


Electrical goods 


13 


2,479 


442 


13 


100.0 


2,479 


100.0 


442 


17.8 


1,987 


5 


479 


8 


Faim pnsducts-raw ncta rials 


13 


8,421 


329 


12 


92.3 


8,388 


99.6 


S22 


3.8 


566 


6 


6,167 


1,649 


Farm products-consumer goods 


94 


10,650 


1,909 


90 


95.7 


10,550 


99.1 


1,890 


17.9 


9,737 


642 


94 


77 


Farm supplies 


25 


2,865 


370 


16 


64.0 


2,387 


83.3 


323 


13.5 


1,977 


217 


188 


B 




14 


1,157 


243 


13 


92.9 


1,140 


98.5 


240 


21.1 


1,047 


11 


80 


2 


Groceries and foods 


146 


26,375 


3,356 


145 


99.3 


26,289 


99.7 


3,323 


12.6 


20,514 


338 


3,205 


2,238 


Hardware 


17 


5,854 


1,091 


15 


88.2 


3,562 


50.8 


547 


15.4 


2.784 


178 


68S 


U 


Jewelry and optical ^oas 


6 


325 


87 


6 


100.0 


325 


100.0 


87 


26.6 


380 


1 


2 


8 


lumber and building materials 


50 


4,193 


631 


30 


60.0 


2,200 


52.5 


409 


18.6 


1,357 


20S 


446 


198 


Machinery aqp't, & supplies 


86 


6,302 


1,794 


79 


91.9 


5,741 


91.1 


1,644 


28.6 


846 


90. 


4,572 


235 


Metals (except scrap) 


7 


775 


233 


6 


85.7 


644 


83.1 


195 


30.3 


42 


26 


476 


100 


Paper and its products 


17 


2,751 


577 


15 


88.2 


2,557 


92.9 


520 


20.3 


1,056 


997 


90S 


1 


Petroleum and its jroducte 


13 


918 


155 


13 


100.0 


918 


100.0 


155 


16.9 


751 


68 


104 


1 


Plumbing and heating eqpH, 




























and supplies 


12 


1,020 


263 


12 


100.0 


1,020 


100.0 


315 


30.9 


600 


U 


397 


12 


Tobacco and its products 


U 


3,513 


166 


U 


100.0 


3,513 


100.0 


166 


4.7 


3,417 


96 


- 


. 


^aste materials 


21 


1,409 


315 


17 


81.0 


1,350 


95.8 


293 


Z1.7 


102 


24 


1,174 


50 


AH other kinds of business 


39 


5,635 


1,131 


37 


94.9 


5,302 


94.1 


1,000 


18.9 


3,045 


347 


1,896 


14 


ALL CmiilH TYI^S 




























Total 


616 


103.660 


14.932 


377 


61.2 


70.691 


6B.2 


9.794 


13.9 


43,086 


1,085 


11.719 


14,801 


Amusement and sporting ^ods 


6 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(I) 


Autcmotive products 


16 


3,283 


608 


16 


LOO.O 


3,283 


100.0 


608 


18.5 


2,694 


174 


870 


145 


ChemiCEla 


9 


1,344 


475 


9 


100.0 


1,344 


100.0 


475 


35.3 


886 


60 


398 


- 


Clothing and furnishings 


U 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Coal 


1 


m 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


Drugs and drug sundries 


2 


IX) 


(I) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


Dry goods 
Electrical goods 


2 
12 


% 


r "^1 
(X) 


Ul 

(X) 


^ 


^ 


(X) 


^ 


"^ 


ill 
(X) 


iXL 
(X) 


(XL 
(X) 


-^ 


FaiTQ products-raw materials 


28 


6,090 


226 


13 


46.4 


599 


9.8 


64 


10.7 


293 


2 


52 


232 


Farm products-consumer floods 


56 


10,165 


2,422 


45 


80.4 


7,268 


71.5 


1,963 


27.0 


3.967 


389 


77 


8,835 


Farm supplies 


U 


719 


66 


4 


36.4 


201 


28.0 


28 


13.9 


178 


23 


- 


- 


Furniture k house furnishings 


9 


4,161 


406 


8 


88.9 


3,955 


95.0 


372 


9.4 


3,?38 


- 


17 


- 


Groceries and foods 


62 


25,589 


1,939 


58 


93.5 


34,350 


95.2 


1,860 


7.6 


15,826 


45 


1,507 


6,978 


Hardware 


5 


293 


9 


4 


80.0 


258 


88.1 


8 


3.1 


147 


. 


1 


110 


Jewelry and optical gsods 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Lumber and building materials 


16 


4,926 


336 


10 


62.5 


3,793 


77.0 


197 


5.2 


846 


10 


812 


2,126 


Machinery eqp't. & supplies 


53 


5,389 


947 


49 


92.5 


3,041 


56.4 


827 


27.2 


743 


38 


2,178 


88 


Metals (except scrap) 


11 


2,543 


263 


8 


72.7 


2,003 


78.8 


219 


10.9 


1,047 


269 


683 


4 


Paper and its products 


8 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


(X) 


Petroleum and its products 


280 


28,499 


5,650 


106 


37.9 


10,812 


37.9 


1,827 


16.9 


7,849 


57 


2,391 


515 


Plumbing and heating eqp*t. 




























and supplies 


4 


582 


151 


3 


75.0 


574 


98.6 


147 


25.6 


569 


5 


- 


- 


Totacco and its products 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(T) 


(X) 


(I) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(I) 


All other predicts 


12 


2,289 


343 


10 


83.3 


?.160 


94.4 


324 


15.0 


1.823 


- 


337 


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American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 1.— STATE OF CALIFORNIA SUMMARY OF WHOLESALE TRADE, 8V TYPE OF ESTAeLISHMENT 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500) 





iV UMBEB OF 

Establish- 
ments 


Net 


Sales 


Total Expenses 


FuU- 

time 

employees 

{average) 


Pay Roll 


Stocks 

on 
hand 
{end 

of 
year) 


State and City 
Type of Establishment 


Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 

11.062 


1929 

9,730 


1933 

42,266,256 


1929 

U, 146, 987 


Amount 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 




1933 


1929 


THE STATE 


5328,54114. 6 10.4 


92,049 


il46,840 


5.6 


«11,005 


$236,371 


Wholesalers proper 


6,663 


5,106 


988,670 


1,861,883 


165,852 


15.9111.8 


62,216 


78,101 


7.9 


3.031 


143,764 


Wholesale merchants 

Exporters 

Importers 

Limited function wholesalers 

Manufacturers' sales branches 


6,196 

46 

189 

221 

1.414 


4,682 

68 

190 

266 

1.643 


897,711 
19,387 
52,799 
18,773 

465.376 


1,687,749 

86,367 

117,610 

71,157 

972.405 


159,664 
1,115 
3,754 
2,329 

70,389 


17.6 
6.8 
7.1 

12.4 

15.1 


12.8 
3.5 
5.2 

10.9 

10.7 


50,565 
201 
737 
712 

16.822 


76,068 

426 

1,600 

1,118 

27.990 


6.4 
2.2 
2.6 
6.0 

6.0 


2; 930 
17 
46 
39 

561 


136,325 

1,503 

4,950 

985 

55.977 


«th stociu 
Without stocks 

Agents and brokers 


1,126 
288 

1,250 


1,751 


380,243 
65,135 

262,336 


535,160 


62,673 
7,616 

13,005 


16.5 
6.8 

5.0 


4.9 


13,952 
1,670 

3,318 


24,364 
3,626 

5,148 


6.4 
4.3 

2.3 


610 
51 

479 


56,957 
10 

4,993 


Brokers 

Conmission merchants 
Export agents 
Import agents 
Manufacturers' agents 
Selling agents 
Other agents 

All other types 


208 
181 
16 
19 
735 
69 
22 

1,735 


219 

132 

18 

3 

1,088 

269 

22 

1,330 


125,337 

61,603 

3,867 

2,672 

59,979 

16,183 

2,775 

638,872 


146,190 

93,024 

21 ,466 

1,135 

223,824 

107,354 

40,167 

677,539 


2,699 

4,222 

162 

156 

3,903 

1,431 

431 

78,264 


2.2 
8.2 
4.2 

6.9 

5.5 

e.e 

15.5 
14.5 


1.8 
4.7 
2.3 
3.7 
5.6 
7.1 
2.1 

11. Z 


513 

1,111 

41 

31 

1,109 

404 

109 

20,693 


1,247 

2,130 

73 

83 

1,710 

703 

202 

33.601 


1.0 
4.1 
1.9 
3.1 
2.9 
4.3 
7.3 

6.2 


43 

230 

2 

1 

119 

51 

33 

6,9S4 


280 

943 

4 

1,612 
1,677 

277 

30,637 


Bulk tank stations 1/ 
Chain store warehouses 
Assemblers and country buyers 
Cooperative marketing 

associations 
Elevators 


1,009 

41 

410 

272 
3 


592 

57 

478 

203 


221,416 
62,163 
99,276 

155,424 
591 


242,780 

77,736 

231,414 

126,609 


35,655 

3,066 

18,368 

21,012 
131 


16.1 14.3 
5.0 7.5 

16.5 7.9 

13.5il4.0 

22.2 - 


5,993 
1,020 
6,257 

6,380 
33 


13,154 
1,552 
9,224 

9,619 
62 


5.9 
2.5 
9.3 

5.2 
8.8 


153 

32 

3,622 

3,123 
4 


7,566 
3,687 
9,737 

8,938 
490 


LOS ANGELES 


3.531 


3.153 


660.419 


1.379.969 


94.991 


14.4^11,5 


28.745 


45.873 


6.9 


1.648 


72.543 


'Sholesalers proper 


2.366 


1.813 


326.273 


690.354 


69,440 16.3,13.7 


19.822 


30.124 


9.3 


864 


51.573 


Wholesale merchants 

Exporters 

Importers 

Limited function wholesalers 

Manufacturers' sales branches 


2,213 
12 
78 
62 

496 


1,632 

13 

61 

107 

467 


306,506 

4,015 

10,464 

5,166 

136.628 


652,950 

12,368 

6,614 

16,222 

302,966 


57,282ll6.7 
355 ■ 8.8 
978 9.3 
825 16.0 

20,933 16.3 


13.9 

5.1 

11.3 

16.1 

12.2 


19,266 

24 

236 

276 

5,743 


29,200 

73 

413 

438 

9,689 


9.6 
1.8 
3.9 
S.5 

7.1 


826 

6 

9 

19 

130 


49,487 

663 

1,138 

395 

16,600 


Mth stocks 
'Vlthout stocks 

Agents and brokers 


360 
115 

578 


- 
778 


109,386 
27,442 

93,758 


226,697 


17,957 
2,976 

4,834 


15.4 

10. e 

5.2 


5.2 


4,926 
617 

1,210 


8,146 
1,643 

2.171 


7.4 
5.6 

2.3 


111 
19 

163 


15,497 
3 

1,135 


Brokers 

Commission merchants 

Export and import agents 

'ilanufacturers* agents 

Selling agents 

Other agents 

All other tj-ff^a 


99 
56 
6 
360 
26 
12 

93 


106 
51 

5 
502 
106 

9 

76 


42,893 

16,905 

560 

30.849 

1,384 

1,177 

104.650 


56,793 
36,748 

97,481 
22,310 

IXl 

150.752 


1,285 

1,453 

17 

1,768 

134 

187 

9.784 


3.0 

8.6 
3.0 
5.7 
9.7 
15.9 

9.4 


2.3 

4.6 
(X) 
6.3 
9.2 
(X) 

9.1 


235 

362 

3 

632 
37 
51 

1.970 


67 5 

605 

7 

796 

61 

87 

3.889 


1.4 
3.6 
1.3 
2.6 
4.4 
7.4 

3.7 


15 
67 

63 
4 

13 

401 


183 
138 

705 
44 
66 

4.334 


Bulk tank stations 
Chain store warehouses 
Assemblers and country buyers 
Cooperative marketing 

associations 
Other types 


16 
18, 


25 
27 

: 

IB 


63,368 
12,557 
10,179 

28,346 


79,243 
46,561 
23,016 

11,942 


6,022 

231 

1,005 

2,526 


11.3 9.9 

1.8 7.1 

9.9 5.5 

8.9^ - 
- jl6.5 


1,238 
114 
134 

484 


2,377 
136 
475 

900 


4.5 
1.1 
4.7 

3.2 


27 

3 

259 

112 


1,466 
741 
260 

1,677 


SAF ?8A.'KISC0 


2,696 


3,154 


911,747 


1,784,175 


112,796 


12.4 ! 8.9 


25,385 


44,760 


4.9 


1,288 


106.395 


■Wholesalers proper 


1,574 


1.571 


409.343 


773.094 


50.130 


14.7 |10.4 


15.209 


25.336 


R.2 


618 


61.316 


■Wiolesale merchants 

Eir>orter8 

Importers 

Limited function wholesalers 


1,402 

36 

106 

31 


1,363 

54 

126 

29 


345,619 

15,220 

42,239 

6,266 


571,191 
71,486 

108,642 
21,776 


66,052 

709 

2,749 

520 


IS. 2 
4.7 
5.6 
9.9 


12.6 
3.3 
4.7 
3.9 


14,422 
141 
494 
162 


23,545 

336 

1,077 

277 


6.8 
2.2 
2.5 
4.4 


764 

9 

38 

7 


66,474 

875 

3,790 

177 



12S 

■"" WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

*™^"'^'' Table 1.— STATE OF OiLIPOBHIl SUMMARY OF mOLESALE TRADE, BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

Business 

For States and Cities of 100,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An {X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data are included in 

the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Number of 
Establish- 
ments 


Net Sales 




Full- 
time 
employees 
(average) 


Pat Roll 


Stocks 

(jn 

hand 

(end 

of 

year) 


State and City 
Type or Establishment 




Total 


Part- 
time 


1933 


1929 


1933 


1929 


Amount 


Percent 
of sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 




1933 


1929 


sa FRASCISCO (eon'tl 
Uanufaoturars' sales liraiiolieB 


578 


676 


¥276,984 


$548,789 


$41,382 


15.0 


9.7 


7.389 


114,214 


5.2 


$330 


$33,521 


With stoeks 
Vithout BtOClCS 

A«ant8 and trokers 


455 
123 

497 


847 


222,633 
53,351 

142.840 


376.501 


37,482 
3,900 

5.028 


16.8 
7.3 

4.2 


4.6 


6,396 
793 

1.602 


U,471 
1,743 

2.942 


6.6 
3.3 

2.1 


306 
24 

96 


33,516 
5 

2.842 


BpolMrB 

Coinmleelon merchacts 

Export agents 

Import agent B 

Manuf aoturers ' agents 

Selling agents 

Other agents 

ill other types 


75 
40 
14 
14 
320 
30 
4 

47 


88 

48 

14 

1 

549 

136 

11 

60 


73,624 

20,368 

3,426 

2,565 

28,364 

13,117 

1,376 

83.580 


85,214 
40,216 

(XI 

(XI 

121,192 
80,999 
29,356 

85.791 


1,083 

1,390 

167 

145 

2,017 

1,059 

177 

5.256 


1.6 
6.6 
4.6 
6.7 
7.1 
8.1 
12.9 

6.3 


1.3 

5.2 

(xl 

(X) 
7.0 
6.1 
1.0 

8.3 


236 

399 

40 

29 

535 

306 

57 

1.185 


543 

T89 

72 

77 

857 

S07 

97 

2.288 


0.7 
3.9 
2.1 
3.0 
3.0 
3.9 
7.0 

2.7 


13 
9 
2 

1 
58 
U 

2 

44 


59 
535 

4 

869 

1,178 

197 

8.717 


Bnlk tank stations 
Chain store warehouses 
Assemhlars and country bikers 
Cooperative marketing 

assooiatlons 
Other types 


1 

10 

12 


12 
20 

12 
16 


48,651 

4,134 

18,912 

11,883 


28,224 
17,693 

20,464 
19,410 


3,485 
312 

556 

903 


7.2 
7.5 
2.9 

7.6 


9.0 
8.9 

2.6 
12.8 


708 

91 

123 

263 


1,415 
138 
285 

450 


3.3 

1.5 

3.8 


11 
2 
5 

26 


531 

280 

6,331 

1,575 


LOSS BSACE 


172 


127 


16.495 


33.893 


2,854 


17.3 


12.1 


935 


1.361 


3.3 


41 


1.415 


Miole Balers proper 
UaniifactiU'ers* sales branches 
All other types 


145 

15 
12 


102 

18 

7 


12,522 
1,305 
2,668 


24,722 
6,930 
2,241 


2,004 
280 
570 


16.0 
21.5 
21.4 


12.2 
10.3 
15.8 


722 

108 
106 


1,030 
141 
190 


8.2 

10.8 

7.1 


39 
2 


1,210 

131 

74 


OlKLAiro 


469 


390 


74.647 


129,170 


12.447 


16.7 


18.7 


3,924 


6,790 


7.8 


162 


7,567 


Wholesalers proper 
Manufacturers ' sales branches 
Agents and brokers 
All other types 


354 
61 
32 
22 


281 
66 
25 
18 


35,941 

10,880 

5,412 

22,414 


71,227 

24,682 

2,812 

30,449 


7,451 

2,025 

432 

2,539 


20.7 

18.6 

8.0 

U.3 


14.5 
15.5 
11.1 
10.5 


2,528 
673 
120 
603 


3,6S6 

1,015 

203 

916 


10.2 
9.3 
3.8 
4.1 


134 
12 

e 

8 


4,439 

1,794 

40 

1,294 


SAB DIEGO 


249 


199 


40.985 


56,839 


6,825 


16.7 


14.1 


2,366 


3,511 


8.6 


94 


3,885 


IVholesalers proper 
Manufaeturers" sales branches 
Agents and brokers 
All other types 


199 

24 

9 

17 


151 
25 
13 
10 


26,854 

2,619 

713 

10,799 


39,711 
4,876 
2,261 
9,991 


4,721 

567 

34 

1,503 


17.6 

21.6 

4.8 

13.9 


14.3 

10.2 

5.7 

17.2 


1,890 

169 

9 

298 


2,682 

266 

15 

569 


10.0 
9.7 
2.1 
5.2 


82 
3 

9 


3,141 
286 

469 


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Census of 

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Table 2 B.— STATE OF CALIFOHITIl WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 
Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands oj dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
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Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Pull-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and Citt 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

0/ yeif) 


THE STATE 


11,062 


42,265,256 


*328,541 


14.6 


92,049 


$145,840 


$11,006 


$326,871 


ViholBsalers proper 
Manufacturers' sales branches 
Agents end brokers 
All other types 


6,663 

1,414 
1,250 
1,735 


988,670 
466,378 
.262,336 
538,872 


166,862 
70,389 
13,006 
78,284 


16.9 

15.1 

6.0 

14.5 


62,216 

15,822 

3,318 

20,693 


78,101 

27,990 

6,148 

33,601 


3,031 
661 
479 

6,974 


lis, 764 

S6,977 

4,993 

?0,677 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 
WHOLESALE IIEROH/IN^^ 


6.195 


897.711 


159.664 


17.8 


60.566 


76.068 


2.930 


186.326 


Annasement and sporting goods 


115 


13.217 


2.709 


17.5 


619 


1.061 


78 


i.438 


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supplies 
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Sporting goods (general llnel 
Toys, novelties, and fireworks 
A.11 other 

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13 
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35 

31 

636 


467 
7,085 
2,986 
1,685 

994 

45,646 


140 
616 
865 
460 
239 

10,893 


23.9 


42 

86 
271 
157 

63 

4,079 


81 
268 

366 
236 
112 

6,831 


4 
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4 
19 
8 

205 


88 

416 

1,001 

643 

290 

8,180 


j^utomobiles and other motor vehicles 
Automotive eqp*t., accessories end parts 
Tires and tubes 

Ohamlcals 


£0 

489 

96 

146 


16,333 

22,333 

6,980 

13,682 


2,673 
6,704 
1,616 

3,520 


25.9 


890 

2,567 

622 

1,066 


1,386 

3,678 

768 

1.626 


89 

103 

13 


1,348 

6,062 

770 

3.565 


Industrial chemicals 
Paints and varnishes 
All other 

Olothing and furnishings 


12 

110 

24 

188 


2,981 

9,678 
923 

18.164 


635 

2.747 

238 

2,966 


16.3 


177 

833 

46 

966 


2S6 

1,223 

118 

1,408 


6 

50 

1 

67 


468 

2,925 

172 

2.975 


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Clothing, iftomen's and children's 
Furnishings, men's and boys' 
Pumlshlnga, women's and children's 
Hosiery 

llilllnery and millinery supplies 
Shoes and other footwear 
All other 

Coal 


20 
51 
25 
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6 
32 
15 

9 

15 


1,466 
7,940 
2,171 
1,687 

425 
1,433 
2,709 

433 

1.114 


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337 
413 

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430 
436 

66 

447 


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118 
240 

90 
136 

19 
203 
127 

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102 


163 
348 
158 
184 

41 
242 
247 

35 

228 


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12 
11 

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1 

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664 
506 
639 
362 

97 
105 
63S 

89 

91 


Drugs and drug sundries 


104 


30,766 


6,026 


19.6 


1,722 


2.409 


15 


6,640 


Drugs (general line) 

Drugs (specialty lines! 

P»tent medicines 

Toilet articles and nreparatlons 

All other 

Dry goods 


14 
40 
7 
30 
1? 

153 


26,739 

962 

608 

1,210 

1,237 

18.646 


4,903 
206 
269 
448 
200 

2,830 


16.2 


1,428 

72 

32 

139 

61 

918 


1,869 

80 

160 

240 

70 

1,408 


9 

26 


6,096 

192 

54 

173 

125 

4,938 


Dry goods (general line) 

Knit goods 

Notiona 

Piece goods 

All other 

Electrical goods 


41 
17 
11 
62 
32 

202 


6,462 

1,693 
1,143 
7,943 
1,485 

22,462 


967 
262 
263 
1,091 
247 

5,314 


23.7 


319 
92 
104 
301 
102 

1,765 


464 
110 
168 
550 
126 

2.630 


11 
2 
3 
6 
4 

92 


2,468 
254 
396 

1,342 
488 

3.989 


Electrical appliances, eqp't. and snppliei 
Radios and radio aquliment 
Befrigerators 


138 
61 

131 


17,666 
2,389 
2.206 


3,923 
706 
686 




1,265 
261 
229 


1,916 
363 
361 


78 

14 

6 


3,239 

325 
425 



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WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF OALIFOEKXA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

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Num- 
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Total Expenses 


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employees 

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Pat Roll 




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sales 


Total 


Part- 
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Stoclis on 

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Farm products-raw materials 


84 


v37,9?l 


152,879 


7.5 


476 


3904 


'552 


.??.920 


Cotton 

Grain 

Hides, skins, and furs (raw) 

Livestock 

Tobacco (leaf) 

Wool end KOhalr 

All other 

FerB proeucts-consmcer goods 


5 
36 
26 

4 

3 

7 

888 


6,757 

15,888 

E,687 

617 

20 

1,367 

7,596 

124,806 


816 

1,000 

457 

115 

F 

89 
367 

27,468 


22.0 


74 
243 
116 

37 

9 

38 

9.623 


97 
417 
238 

33 

29 
94 

13.642 


2 
17 
28 

4 

1 
807 


1,061 

1,077 

630 

21 

11 

244 

976 

2.996 


Dairy products (general line) 

Cheese 

llilk and cream 

fi.ll other dairy products 

Poultry and poultry products 

l>airy and poultry products 

Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 

All other 

Farm supplies 


86 
6 

23 

51 
136 

41 
533 

12 

102 


23,561 
442 

1,579 
11,378 

9,287 
21,644 
55,132 

1,783 

13,797 


8,169 

144 

788 

3,616 

1,206 

4,018 

9,365 

152 

2,781 


20.2 


2,860 

21 

268 

1.169 

501 

1,464 

3,192 

58 

847 


4,706 

47 

393 

1,754 

608 

2.172 

4,195 

68 

1,156 


42 

6 

27 

77 

73 

581 

1 

70 


277 

76 

4 

247 

265 

645 

1,464 

57 

2,310 


Feed 

Fertilizer 
Seeds 
All other 

Furniture and house furnishings 


60 

13 

26 

3 

167 


9,313 
638 

3,079 
767 

10,103 


1,504 

228 

970 

79 

2,085 


20.6 


424 
76 

321 
26 

771 


590 

108 

417 

43 

1,084 


28 
21 
21 

59 


884 

79 

1,279 

68 

7,819 


China, glassware and crockery 

Floor coverings 

Furniture 

House furnishings (excerit as specified) 

liuslcal Instruments snd sheet nrosic 

General r.erchandlse 

Groceries and foods (except farm croductsl 

Groceries (general line) 

Confectionery and soft drinks 

Fish and sea foods 

^eats and meat products 

Other food and grocery specialties 


11 
18 
39 
87 
12 

5 


143 
4,376 

868 
4,297 

419 

4,653 
6"i7\ I'd-j ' 


43 
654 
247 
994 
147 

1,054 


22.7 
■"it a 


20 
264 

99 
347 

41 

342 


16 
390 
120 
490 

68 

435 
ic 022 


1 
8 
7 
39 
4 

6 
■^94 


154 
2,029 

164 
1,312 

160 

1,001 
34,312 


127 
161 
101 
246 
462 

71 


85,742 
8,613 
7,510 

30,535 
127,797 

22,312 


7,441 
1,774 
2,096 
5,496 
18,187 

5,210 


23.4 


2,717 

643 

543 

1,809 

4,114 

1.914 


4,247 

889 

848 

2,833 

6,205 

2.812 


55 
50 
25 
69 
195 

19 


11,180 

699 

264 

1,703 

20,466 

9.512 


Hardware (general line) 
Hardware (specialty lines) 

Jewelry and optical goods 


25 
46 

105 


16,728 
5,584 

6.252 


3,861 
1,349 

1,804 


28.9 


1,437 
477 

650 


2,107 
705 

925 


13 
6 

18 


7,454 

2,058 

2.037 


Jewelry (general line) 

Clocks and V'atches 

Diainonds and other precious stones 

Other Jewelry speoialtlas 

Optical goods 

Lumber and building materials (other than 
metal) 


61 
7 
7 

15 

15 

192 


3,938 

84 

419 

696 

1,115 

25.455 


1,188 

17 

46 

104 

449 

7,298 


28.7 


400 

7 

7 

45 

191 

2,458 


575 

9 

20 

59 

262 

3.625 


9 
1 
3 
1 
4 

294 


1,474 

44 

122 

145 

252 

6.647 


Lumber and mlllwork 

Asuestos products 

Brick and tile 

Cement 

Glass 

All other 


57 
6 
5 
11 
39 
74 


6,710 

413 

59 

3,698 

1,442 

11,133 


2,296 

131 

29 

726 

510 
3,606 




897 

45 

11 

136 

187 

1,182 


1,202 

59 

14 

736 

265 

1,751 


62 
10 
4 
66 
24 
109 


3,411 

113 

19 

263 

464 

2,377 



132 



^"^ , WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 
American „ , 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF CAIIFQBITIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT Wffi KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 



State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 



WHOLESALE lEROHAlfTS (continued) 
Uechinery, equipment sa? supplies (except 
electricall 
Commercial machinery, equipment and 
supplies 
Office equipment and supplies (except 

fnmlturel 
Store equipment and supplies 
All other 

Conatrxiction machinery, equipment and 
supplies 

Road machinery and equlpoent 
All other 

Farm and dairy machinery and equipoent 
Industrial machinery, eqp't. and supplies 

Bottles and bottling equipment 

kachlne tools 

Deohanical rubber goods 

Kill and mine stmclles (general line I 

All other 

Professional equipment srd supplies 
Dental 

Surgical, medical fnd hospital 
All other 

Serrice equipment and supplies 
Barber and beauty parlor 
Laundry 
All other 

Transportation equipment End supplies 
Aircraft and aeronautical 
All other 

iletale (except scrap) 
Iron and steel 
Sheet metal products 
All other 

Paper and its products 

Paper and its products (general line) 
Paper and its nroducts ( specie Ity lines) 
Stationery and stationery supplies 
Wall paper 

Petroleum and its uroducts 

Plumbing and heating equipment and suptilles 

Heating equipment (general line) 

Pipe, valves, and fittings 

Plumbing and heating equinment (^neral 
line) 

Stoves end rentes 

iill other 

Tobaocc end Its nroducts (excert leaf) 



Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



569 



14 
6 
8 

22 

253 

19 

7 

9 

100 

lie 

84 
33 
23 
28 

75 

38 

7 

30 

37 

6 

31 

B8 



56 
15 
17 

106 



40 
40 
16 
10 

107 



116 



5 

17 

46 
7 

41 

97 I 



Net sales 



^49.696 



6,213 

869 

561 

4,783 



1,673 

282 

1,291 

2,453 
24.942 

1,564 

?79 

791 

16,080 

6,128 

5,711 

2,080 

929 

2,702 

5,462 

2,527 

460 

2,475 

3,342 

380 

2,962 

6,855 



Total Expenses 



Amount 



S12.446 



5,656 
262 
937 

22.670 

16,213 

3,158 

2,895 

404 

20,124 



11,178 



441 
• 2,166 

6,184 

306 

2,081 

67,513 



1,976 

297 

202 

1,477 



386 

83 

303 

637 

5,553 

239 

126 

224 

7,164 

1,800 

1,683 
685 
316 
682 

1,459 
824 
102 
533 

852 
149 
703 

1,744 



Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 



25.0 



Full-time 

employees 

(average) 



1,494 

65 

185 

4,764 



25.4 



661 

113 

94 

454 



105 
25 
80 

178 

1,807 

104 

36 

66 

1,072 

525 

608 
250 
103 
255 

441 

276 

20 

145 

286 

72 

214 

541 



Pay Roll 



Total 



j6.4e5 



3,121 
761 
731 
151 

3,156 



2.948 



216 
599 

1,441 

74 

618 

5,831 



21.0 



15.7 



26.4 



467 
19 
55 

1,759 



1,099 
254 
365 

41 

922 



8.6 



965 



108 
163 

480 

21 

193 

814 



967 

169 
101 
697 



194 

33 

161 

270 
2,940 

117 
78 

126 
1,726 

893 

918 
374 
150 
394 

733 

421 

47 

265 

463 
103 
360 

929 



Part- 
time 



803 
28 
98 

2,740 



1,822 

391 
473 

54 

1,555 



1,617 



155 
296 

799 

38 

329 

1,164 



$236 



7 
1 
6 

10 

143 

3 

1 

13 

86 

40 

10 
3 
2 
5 

5 
2 
1 
2 

16 

16 

67 



Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 



23 



31 



45 



12-09-fl 

Census of 
American 
Business 



133 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF CAlIFCRirlA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All vcdues expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that infonnation must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no infonnation or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 
employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Ttpe of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


WHOLESALE aJEHCHAHTS (oontinned) 
Waste natertsls 


150 


#6,971 


81,723 


24.7 


765 


$777 


$38 


$987 


Iron and steel scrap 

Junk and scrap (general line) 

Waste paper, rags and rubber 

411 other orodnets 


16 

116 

18 

691 


442 
4,267 
2,262 

43,611 


142 

1,026 

555 

7,226 


16.6 


44 
444 

297 

2.674 


51 
402 
324 

3.663 


3 

26 

7 

199 


139 

749 

99 

6.872 


Bags and bagging 

Beer 

Books and Tieriodloals 

Cordage and twine 

Tlovere and nursery stock 

forest products (except lumber) 

Leather 

Leather goods 

Nenspapers and magazines 

Oils and greases (animal and vegetable) 

n'ines aAd spiritoas liquors 

I^iscellaneous kinds of business 

EXPOaiESS 


15 
62 

9 

3 

237 

58 

9 
29 
22 

3 

146 

98 

48 


3,2SS 

5,096 

648 

397 

2,478 

8,538 

1,554 

1,708 

3,866 

64 

9,174 

6,856 

19,387 


520 

751 

170 

46 

581 

585 

193 

469 

770 

11 

1,282 

1,848 

1,115 


5.6 


288 
255 

46 

5 

199 

189 

46 
202 
442 
Z 
376 
624 

201 


365 

252 

94 

11 

224 

S23 

79 

264 

599 

6 

550 

896 

425 


26 
Ifl 

'\ 
27 
30 

3 
15 

8 

3S 
29 

17 


616 

297 

154 

74 

246 

531 

242 

736 

403 

10 

2,326 

1,237 

1,503 


Farm products-raw mtsrlalB 
Grain 
All other 

Farm produots-oonaumer goods 


9 


5.052 


126 


2.5 


21 


44 


1 


1.187 


4 
5 

5 


3,941 
1,111 

1.014 


75 
SO 

48 


4.7 


17 
4 

8 


40 
4 

19 


1 
1 


hi 

476 
17 


Seneral merchandise 


3 


l.<50 


122 


7.0 


27 


70 


. 


7 


lirocsries end foods (except farm products) 


14 


3,728 


2Q2 


5.4 


75 


95 


- 


160 


Petroleum and its products 


3 


2,949 


333 


11.3 


22 


84 


9 


84 


All other kinds of business 


14 


4,894 


285 


5.8 


48 


113 


6 


48 


IMPORTERS 


189 


52.799 


3.754 


7.1 


737 


1,500 


46 


4.950 


imuseffient and sporting goods 


3 


72 


18 


25.0 


5 


10 




13 


Chemicals 


3 


244 


23 


9.4 


4 


8 


- 


19 


Clothing and furnishings 


4 


347 


16 


4.6 


3 


6 


2 


4 


Coal 


3 


434 


30 


6.9 


6 


11 


- 


101 


Dry goods 


■ 18 


1,671 


223 


13.3 


71 


133 


3 


382 


Dry goods (general line) 

Notions 

Piece goods 

Perm nroducts-raw materials 


4 

9 
5 

6 


1,053 
326 
292 

660 


138 
42 
43 

72 


10.9 


41 
19 
11 

13 


89 
26 
18 

35 


2 

1 

1 


235 
59 
68 

36 


Farm products-consumer poods 


5 


2,581 


41 


1.6 


15 


31 


- 


21 


Farm surmlies 


5 


5,355 


437 


8.2 


38 


146 


19 


484 


Furniture and house furnishings 


26 


943 


184 


19.5 


57 


76 


6 


290 


China, glassware and crockery 

House furnishings (except floor oorerlng 

and furniture) 
All other 

Orooeries and foods (exnept farm products) 


5 

14 

7 

59 


187 

663 
93 

34.235 


39 

117 
28 

1,954 


5.7 


14 

34 

9 

356 


19 

46 
11 

770 


1 

3 
2 

12 


24 

180 
86 

2.692 


Jewelry and optical goods 


14 


464 


85 


18.3 


21 


42 


1 


?4S 


Jewelry (general line) 

Diamonds and other precious stones 

Other Jewelry specialties 

Lumber and building materials (other than 
metal) 


3 
5 
6 

6 


159 
159 
146 

507 


30 
26 
29 

197 


38,9 


6 

5 

10 

23 


12 

13 
17 

40 


1 


SI 

141 

24 

62 


liet£ls (except scrap) 


4 


748 


98 


13.1 


13 


41 


- 


29 



134 



^ "^ , WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF CiLIFCalSli. WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Bcsiness 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


IKPORTSRS (continued) 
All other kinaa of business 


33 


34.538 


*376 


8.3 


112 


$151 


Si 


3668 


(rtnes and splritons liquors 
Lisoellaneous 

LIMirSD FUNCTION V.E0LSSikl2RS 


10 
23 

221 


498 
4,040 

18.773 


58 
318 

2.329 


12.4 


21 

91 

712 


26 

125 

1.118 


1 
39 


341 
327 

986 


AutomotlTe products 


4 


47 


13 


27.7 


7 


6 




2 


Dry goods 


4 


212 


11 


5.2 


2 


7 


. 


3 


Electrical goods 


4 


47 


10 


21.3 


5 


7 


- 


4 


Farm products-consumer goods 


29 


482 


135 


28.0 


35 


46 


2 


1 


Dairy products (general line) 
Fruits and vegetsbles (freshi 
All other 

Furniture and house furnishings 


5 

18 

6 

3 


180 

229 

73 

194 


78 
41 
16 

12 


6.2 


20 
11 

4 

1 


30 

11 

5 

9 


1 

1 


1 
1 


Groceries and foods (except farm products) 


116 


12.955' 1,532 


11.8 


520 


818 


22 


925 


Groceries (general line) 
Confectionery and soft drinks 
Other food and grocery specialties 

Lumber and building materials (other than 
metal) 


63 
13 
40 

6 


7,137 
1,524 
4,294 

2,663 


407 
381 
744 

302 


11.3 


113 
128 
279 

36 


167 
160 
491 

81 


5 
17 

2 


570 

77 

278 


Petroleum and its products 


18 


1,200 


108 


9.0 


25 


33 


1 


11 


All other kinds of business 


37 


973 


206 


21. £ 


81 


111 


12 


39 


Beer 

Leather goods 

'/ines and sniritous llauors 

Uiscellsneons 

VATOFA0TUR3RS' SALSS BRANCHES 

VITH STOCKS 


7 

3 

8 

19 

1.126 


31 

258 

95 

589 

380.243 


9 

40 

14 

143 

62.873 


^f>.^ 


3 
11 

5 
62 

13,952 


3 

29 

5 

74 

24.364 


1 
11 

510 


2 

4 
33 

5K,<)fi7 


Attusement and snorting soods 


19 


5.597 


917 


16.4 


314 


536 




. 341 


l^oving nlcture films 
All other 

Automotive iroducts 


10 
9 

65 


4,615 
782 

23.230 


705 
212 

3.724 


16.0 


248 
66 

926 


441 
95 

1,652 


18 


57 
284 

3,074 


automobiles end other motor vehicles 
Automotive eq^p't., accessories and parts 
Tires and tubes 

Chemicals 


17 
26 
22 

79 


7,890 

2,117 

13,223 

16,754 


1,333 

602 

1,739 

3,570 


21.3 


362 
245 
319 

877 


633 
292 
727 

1.467 


7 
4 
7 

21 


1,190 

578 

1,306 

2.528 


Industrial chemicals 
Paints and virnishes 
iill other 

Clothing and furnishings 


9 
45 
25 

60 


5,254 
6,325 
5,175 

12,511 


764 
1,806 
1.000 

1,696 


13.6 


126 
564 
187 

480 


273 
810 
384 

944 


12 
5 
4 

19 


764 

1,450 

314 

2,458 


Clothing, men's t.nd boys' 

Furnishings (general line) 

Furnishings, ri.en' s and boys' 

Furnishings, v/omen's and children's 

Hosiery 

Shoes and other footwear 

All other 

Drugs and dnag sundries 


14 
6 

13 
9 

11 
3 
4 

26 


4,288 
1,617 
2,246 
1,174 
2,361 
645 
180 

6.845 


392 
272 
392 
168 
244 
189 
39 

2.131 


31.1 


207 
46 
85 
52 
42 
41 
7 

308 


285 
129 
185 
105 
116 
103 
21 

809 


1 

3 

1 
8 
1 
5 

2 


1,304 
241 
331 
239 
175 
162 
6 

560 


Drugs (specialty lines) 
Patent medicines 
Toilet articles and prenrratlons 
All other 


9 
5 
9 
3 


3,498 

1,558 

1,425 

364 


1,303 

557 

218 

53 




217 
34 
42 
15 


590 

122 

66 

31 


1 
1 


299 

111 

90 

60 



136 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 23.— STATE OF OAIIPORHIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500) 



Census of 
American 
Business 





Num- 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Rett 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 

sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


WITH STOCKS (oontlnvad) 
Dry goods 


30 


55,449 


$723 


13.3 


239 


¥368 


?1 


$651 


Knit goods 
Notions 
Piece goods 
»11 other 

Slectrlcsl goods 


6 

7 

14 

3 

58 


649 
1,260 
2,707 

833 

21,042 


102 
325 
185 
111 

3,220 


15.3 


43 

128 

50 

18 

1,099 


42 

191 

104 

31 

1,841 


1 
S 


133 
132 
280 
106 

3,103 


Sleotrical appliances, eqp't. and srapliei 
Radios bad radio equipnen't 
Refrigerators 

Farm Tiroducts-oonaumer goods 


48 
7 
3 

5 


17,185 

3,570 

287 

1,919 


2,867 

306 

47 

577 


30.1 


1,010 
79 
10 

43 


1,687 

136 

18 

64 


2 
1 


2,606 
381 
116 

284 


Farro supr^lies 


4 


3,024 


339 


11.2 


161 


247 


. 


579 


Furniture and house furnishings 


31 


9,325 


1,228 


13.2 


362 


599 


6 


1,698 


Floor coverings 
Furniture 
All other 

Sroceries and foods (except farrr r^^o^luctsl 


11 

9 

11 

193 


6,013 
2,285 
1.027 

122,104 


492 
501 
235 

17,368 


14.2 


172 

115 

75 

3,047 


288 
189 
122 

5,466 


1 
1 
4 

274 


1,165 
351 
182 

16.958 


Confectionery &nd soft drinks 

Leats Dnd n.eat Jiroducts 

Other food and grocery specialties 

Hardware 


17 

20 

156 

16 


4,373 
15,314 

102,417 

1.018 


1,052 

1,864 

14,452 

281 


27.6 


158 

711 

2,178 

70 


295 
1,044 
4,127 

135 


2 

10 
262 

1 


279 

715 

15,964 

533 


Jewelry and octioal goods 


23 


2,163 


769 


35.6 


283 


410 


- 


520 


Oritioal goods 
ill other 

LuD.ber and building materials (other than 
nietsl) 


16 
7 

39 


1,375 
786 

11,731 


522 
247 

2,195 


18.7 


148 
135 

610 


271 

139 

1,049 


11 


347 
173 

2.166 


LuHiber and Killmjrlc 
jisbestos products 
Brick and tile 
Glass 
All other 

liachinory, equipment and supplies (except 
electrical! 


11 
3 

11 
8 
6 

266 


5,115 
1,725 
1,140 
1,087 
2,664 

33.927 


778 
354 
308 
54 
701 

8,722 


25.7 


92 
82 
70 
10 
356 

2,675 


205 
198 
169 
39 
438 

4,302 


9 

1 
1 

62 


322 
17 

785 
81 

961 

9.399 


Commercial machinery, eqp*t, and supplies 
Office equipnient and supplies (except 

furniture) 
ikll other 

Construction nachinery, eqp't. and 
supttlies 

Road machinery and equipment 
411 other 

Industrial machinery, equ't. end surmlies 
Bottles and bottling eouipnent 
I.echanical rubber goods 
Lill and mine supplies (general line! 
All other 

Professional equipoent and supplies 
cental 

3urgiosl, medical and hospital 
iill other 


52 

42 
10 

16 

3 

13 

128 

5 

5 

11 

107 

28 
7 
8 

13 


3,648 

3,090 
558 

1,460 
749 
711 

17,368 

4,930 

1,364 

819 

10,255 

6,921 

593 

1,809 

4,519 


1,350 

1,139 
211 

249 
141 
108 

4,364 
984 
250 
230 

2,900 

1,400 
202 
409 
789 




687 

629 

58 

84 
36 
48 

1,080 

111 

62 

48 

859 

403 
79 
87 

237 


867 

769 
98 

122 

73 
49 

2,001 
236 

177 

96 

1,492 

642 

103 
173 

366 


7 

6 
1 

1 

1 

42 

1 

41 


695 

568 

127 

515 
214 
301 

4,599 
956 
383 
266 

2,994 

1,233 
269 
260 

704 



Census of 
American 
Business 



136 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B. — STATE OF OiJ-IPOREIi. WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands 0/ dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 

sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


WITH STOCKS (contlnnoa) 
llachinery, equipment and supnlies (continued 
Service equiiment and simplles 
Barber and beauty rtarlor 
Laundry 
All other 

Other machinery, equliment and sunnlles 

Lletels (except scrap! 


26 
3 
6 

17 

16 
54 


?'1,386 
200 
494 
692 

3,144 

29,036 


S503 

20 

219 

264 

856 

2,163 


7.4 


148 
10 
61 

77 
273 
565 


S269 

14 

109 

146 

401 

1,060 


S6 

2 
4 

6 

7 


*559 

24 

239 

296 

1.798 

4.660 


Iron and steel 

Other metal and metal T.'orks 

Paper and its nroduets 


37 
17 

31 


25.668 
3,366 

19,831 


1,671 
492 

5,696 


28.7 


470 
95 

386 


863 
197 

716 


6 

1 

13 


3.878 
782 

1.096 


Paper and its products (general line! 
Paper end its products (specialty lines) 
Stationery end stationery supplies 

Petroleum and its nroducts 


7 
11 
13 

9 


16,029 
2,706 
1,096 

7,479 


4,805 
628 
265 

766 


10.2 


204 
84 
98 

153 


302 
259 
155 

243 


7 
6 
8 


659 
235 
202 

183 


PlUBbing and heating equintnent and supplies 


39 


6,733 


1,771 


26.3 


555 


862 


15 


2.057 


Pipes, valves and fittings 

Plumbing and heating equipment (general 

line) 
Stoves and rangee 
ill other 

Tobacco and its nroducts (except leaf) 


5 

13 

3 

IS 

10 


1,093 

3,923 

149 

1.566 

25.071 


259 

997 

40 

475 

2,460 


9.8 


75 

329 

6 

145 

184 


125 

455 

13 

269 

392 


12 

1 
2 

2 


477 

1.160 

47 

373 

679 


All other kinds of business 


69 


15,454 


2,555 


16.5 


615 


1,202 


47 


3,440 


Beer 

Books and oeriodicals 

Forest products (except lumber) 

Leather goods 

Rubber goods (general line) 

V.ines and spiritous liquors 

tiscellaneons 

WITHOUT STOCKS 


3 
5 

27 
5 
3 
5 

21 

288 


3,908 
802 
3.928 
283 
3.507 
1.640 
1.386 

85.135 


628 
309 
574 
74 
466 
234 
270 

7,516 


8.8 


93 
79 

128 
18 

168 
44 
85 

1.870 


235 
154 
281 

31 
288 

71 
142 

3,626 


2 
29 

1 

3 

12 

51 


150 
163 
993 
110 
472 
1.263 
289 

10 


Amusement £nd snorting coods 


12 


4,713 


827 


17.5 


266 


417 


- 


- 


Automotive nroducts 


5 


1,248 


178 


14.3 


48 


96 


1 


- 


Chemicals 


12 


660 


84 


12.7 


21 


47 


- 


3 


Paints and varnishes 
All other 

Clothing and furnishings 


6 
6 

13 


196 
464 

1,024 


44 
40 

120 


11.7 


9 
12 

34 


25 
22 

77 


1 


3 


Clothing, men's and boys' 
All other 

Drugs end drug sundries 


3 
10 

7 


170 
854 

5S3 


12 
108 

213 


35.9 


4 
30 

17 


11. 
66 

60 


1 
1 


- 


Drugs (specialty lines) 

Toilet articles and preparations 

Dry goods 


4 
3 

24 


183 
410 

3.149 


19 
194 

341 


10.8 


6 
11 

93 


8 
52 

214 


1 


- 


Notions 
Piece goods 
^11 othar 

Electrical goods 


4 
16 

4 

8 


253 

2,501 

395 

554 


118 

200 

23 

82 


14.8 


53 

35 

5 

. 17 


103 
93 
18 

56 


3 


- 



137 

"■^ WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Amencan Table 2B. — STATE OF OAIIFORBU WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All valties expressed in thousands of dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but snch data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 


UTHODT STOCKS (oontliraoa) 
Furniture end house furnishings 


11 


$1,424 


$118 


8,3 


29 


?69 


¥ - 


« - 


Chine, glassv.EXe end crockery 

Floor coverings 

House furnishings (except furniture) 

Groceries and foods (except farm products] 


3 
4 

4 

12 


235 
983 
206 

9,208 


19 
86 
13 

1,477 


16.0 


11 

15 

3 

185 


11 

52 

6 

390 


- 




HardT.sre 


5 


196 


40 


20.4 


16 


20 


1 


- 


Jev/elry £.nd optical goods 


8 


1,223 


165 


13.5 


47 


106 


- 


- 


Jewelry specialties 
Optical goods 

LuiLber and building icaterials (other than 
metal 1 


5 

3 

34 


1,175 
48 

8,307 


154 
11 

783 


9.4 


43 

4 

181 


101 
7 

382 


- 


5 


Lumber and Elllwork 

Cenent 

All other 

Machinery, equipment End sunplies (except 
electrical) 


12 

7 

15 

45 


2,764 
2,768 
2,775 

15,388 


376 
193 
214 

919 


6.0 


91 
39 
51 

196 


161 
112 
109 

529 


37 


1 

4 

1 


Construction irrachinery, eqp't. and 

sunrilies 
Panr. and dairy machinery and eoui-rarent 
Industrial machinery, eqp*t. snd supplies 
Tr8nsT>ortttion equitmient end sutmlies 
Other machinery, equinment snd supplies 

B^etals (exceT>t scrap) 


3 
3 
25 
7 
7 

27 


242 
480 

12,109 

2,477 

80 

22,255 


61 

104 

647 

88 

19 

748 


3.4 


8 

23 

139 

18 

8 

192 


32 

33 

404 

48 

12 

432 


15 
21 

1 
1 


1 


Iron and steel 

Other metal and metal v.orks 

Paoer and its nroducts 


22 

5 

12 


19,595 
2,660 

1,311 


551 
197 

81 


6.2 


137 
55 

24 


312 

120 

54 


1 


- 


Plumbing and heating equlTSnent snd surrplies 
I'obacco and its nroducts lexcent leaf) 


8 


359 


86 


24.0 


17 


28 


. 


- 


3 


7,607 


123 


1.6 


41 


84 


- 


- 


All other Droducts 


42 


5,916 


1,131 


19.1 


446 


559 


6 


1 


*orest products lexcept lumber) 
Newspapers snd niigazines 
nines and spiritous liquors 
tlsoellaneous kinds of business 

AGSMTS AM) BHOKERS 

BBOKEHS 


6 

9 

4 

23 

208 


2,832 

592 

1,159 

1,332 

125.337 


23 
526 
170 
312 

2.699 


2.2 


8 

327 

27 

84 

513 


15 
311 

70 
163 

1.247 


1 
2 
1 
Z 

43 


1 
280 


Farn. produots-ra^ materials 
urain 
All other 


15 


3.627 


110 


3.0 


17 


24 


3 


59 


9 
6 

50 


2,655 
992 

16,006 


71 
39 

654 


4.1 


14 
3 

80 


16 
6 

263 


1 
2 

10 


44 

15 

25 


Dairy and poultry products 
Fruits end vegettblns (fresh) 
iill other 


4 
43 

3 

4 


2,781 

11,611 
1,616 

550 


41 

573 

40 

52 


9.5 


6 
66 

6 

6 


26 
214 

23 

9 


1 

8 

1 


5 
20 




5 


4,744 


47 


1.0 


21 


36 


- 


- 




86 


86.004 


1.362 


1.6 


308 


703 


24 


105 


Fish end see foods 

Other food and grocery specialties 

Jewelry snd optical goods 


5 
81 

4 


1,748 
84,256 

270 


28 

1,334 

36 


13.3 


8 
300 

9 


14 
689 

8 


1 
23 

2 


14 
91 

36 



138 



^ "^ WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

CensiK of 
American 

Table 2B. — STATE OF OillPCfRHIA BHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thxmsands oj dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500) 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

{average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 


BROKERS (continued) 
Lumber and iulldlng naterisls (other th£n 
metal) 


6 


S641 


i-81 


12.6 


11 


$22 


$ - 


*19 


ilachineiy, equipment End aupnlles (except 
electrical) 


e 


175 


13 


7.4 


2 


4 


Z 


. 


TransportEtlon eqnijment and supolies 
Other machinery, equipment and sUTrolles 

Petroleum end its woducts 


4 
4 

7 


110 
65 

1,645 


8 
5 

207 


12.6 


2 

21 


3 
1 

112 


1 

1 

z 


5 


V.aste materials 


3 


136 


10 


7.4 


6 


6 


. 


1 


All other kinds of business 


20 


11,537 


127 


1.1 


32 


61 


- 


29 


Oils and eresses (animal ane veffetablel 
^.Vines and splritous liouors 
i:i3cellaneous 

CQUIISSION ••JERCHANTS 


4 
13 

181 


lO,6S3 
163 
751 

51.503 


67 

8 

52 

4.222 


8.2 


10 

4 

18 

1.111 


28 

5 

28 

2,130 


230 


27 
2 

943 


automotive products 


3 


34 


3 


8.8 


1 


1 


- 


23 


Clothing and furnishings 


4 


284 


29 


10.2 


9 


19 


1 


13 


Dry goods 


6 


5,353 


164 


3.0 


29 


70 


1 


196 


Slectrioal foods 


4 


436 


55 


12.6 


28 


35 


- 


- 


Farm products-ra* mtterials 


16 


10,957 


346 


3.2 


78 


127 




136 


Livestock 
All other 

Farm products-consumer goods 


9 
7 

96 


9,5S2 
1,375 

27,172 


302 
44 

3,143 


11.5 


72 
6 

799 


115 
12 

1,612 


202 


121 
15 

319 


Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 
All other 

Furniture and house furnishings 


93 
5 

6 


26,161 
1,011 

337 


3,101 
42 

77 


22.8 


789 
10 

24 


1,595 
17 

33 


201 

1 

1 


319 
45 


Furniture 

House furnishings (except furniture) 

Groceries and foods (excent farm products) 


3 

3 

25 


203 
134 

2,634 


47 
30 

221 


8.4 


15 

9 

74 


20 
13 

142 


1 
21 


36 
9 

116 


Petroleum snd its oroducts 


5 


77 8 


10.4 


2 


3 


1 


6 


All other kinds of business 


14 


4,179 


176 


4.2 


67 


88 


3 


89 


EXPORT AGENTS 


16 


3,887 


162 


4.2 


41 


73 


2 


4 


Farm products-consumer goods 


3 


508 


29 


5.7 


7 


10 


_ 


4 


Groceries and foods (except farm oroducts) 


5 


1,958 


67 


3.4 19 


37 


2 


- 


All other kinds of business 


8 


1,421 


66 


4.6 15 


26 


. 


- 


IMPORT AGENTS 


19 


2.672 


158 


5.9 


31 


63 


1 




Farm products-raw materials 


3 


736 


45 


6.1 14 


35 


- 


- 


Groceries and foods (exoent farm nroducts) 


7 


1,290 


17 


1.3 1 


5 


1 


- 


All other kinds of business 


9 


646 


96 


14.9 16 


47 


- 


- 


rAMJFACTDR3RS' AGSTITS 


735 


59,979 


3,903 


6.5 1 1.109 


1.710 


119 


1.612 


Amusement and snorting eoods 


26 


1.873 


150 


8.0 


45 


67 


5 


56 


Sporting goods (general line) 
Toys, novelties, inA firoTorks 
All other 

Automotive nroducts 


3 

17 
6 

32 


328 
902 
643 

1,654 


39 
72 
39 

150 


8.1 


10 
18 
17 

53 


25 
26 
16 

74 


3 
2 

4 


8 
23 
25 

47 


Chemicals 


28 


3,685 


160 


4.3 


46 


70 


3 


94 


Industrial chemicals 
Paints and varnishes 
All other 


16 
4 
8 


2,292 

170 

1,223 


110 
19 
31 




32 

Z 

14 


49 

2 

19 


1 
2 


94 



139 



;3-8»-« 
Cr-'SUS of 
American 
Business 



[An (X) in 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF OAlIFOHJIIi WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{AU values expressed in thousands of doVars) 

column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind or Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 


KAHUFAOTUHERS* AGENTS Ico-ntinuedl 
Clothing and furnishings 


92 


S8.603 


$390 


4.5 


109 


Sl46 


S9 


S45 


Clothing, men's snfl boys' 
Clothing, women's End children's 
Furnishings (general line) 
tXirnishings, men's end boys' 
Tiirnishings, v.omen' s and children's 
Hosiery 

I'.illinery end millinery supplies 
Shoes end other foot\"ear 

Drugs and drug sundries 


7 
34 

4 
10 

7 
10 
15 

5 

11 


783 
3,930 
170 
898 
525 
92S 
719 
650 

300 


12 
180 
5 
35 
42 
40 
60 
16 

32 


10.7 


67 

7 

11 
16 
15 

3 

7 


.68 

15 
17 
19 
25 
2 

9 


5 
2 

2 

3 


24 

5 
5 

11 
8 


loil-t articles and nreparstions 
i.11 other 

Dry goods 


7 
4 

117 


247 
53 

12,398 


18 
14 

376 


3,0 


D 
1 

95 


7 
2 

146 


2 

1 

11 


e 

93 


Dry goods (general linel 

Knit goods 

Notions 

Piece goods 

All other 

Electrical goods 


5 
14 
23 
68 

7 

53 


383 
1,880 
1,117 
8,503 

515 

2,647 


19 
36 

103 

189 

29 

291 


11.0 


7 

3 

30 

45 

10 

96 


8 

6 

45 

73 

14 

141 


2 
7 
2 

7 


2 

2 

29 

25 

35 

93 


blectrical appliances, eqp't. and 

supplies 
All other 

Furniture and house furnishings 


42 

11 

40 


1,979 
668 

3,725 


225 
66 

186 


5.0 


81 
15 

43 


106 
35 

82 


4 
3 

7 


68 
25 

39 


China, glassware end crockery 

Floor coverings 

Furniture 

House furnishings (except as specified) 

Groceries and foods (except fsm nroductsi 


12 
3 
6 

19 

26 


1,581 
672 
403 

1,069 

7,874 


81 
22 

39 
44 

421 


5.3 


20 
5 

10 
8 

141 


35 
13 
21 
13 

253 


3 

1 
3 

6 


35 
2 
2 

118 


Confectionery and soft drinks 
Other food end grocery sneclalties 

Kprdware 


5 
21 

39 


1,180 
6,694 

3,462 


67 
354 

172 


5.0 


23 

lis 

54 


33 
220 

81 


6 
3 


4 
114 

15 


Hardware (general line) 
Hardvare (snecialty lines) 

Jevelrv and ontical goods 


6 
31 

20 


998 
2,464 

806 


63 
109 

58 


7.2 


19 
35 

11 


26 

55 

16 


3 

1 


10 
5 

15 


Je^'elry (general linel 
Jevelrj specialties 

Lumber and buildinfr materials (other than 
cietal) 


12 
8 

11 


449 
357 

404 


28 
30 

75 


18.6 


3 

e 

20 


5 

11 

29 


1 
11 


11 
4 

24 


i^achinery, equipment and supplies (except 
electrical) 


148 


6,836 


1,082 


15.8 


259 


413 


30 


761 


Comiiercisl Eachinery, eqp't. and sunnlies 
Office eqp't. fnd supplies (except 

furniture) 
Store equipment and supplies 
All other 

Construction machinery, eqn't. and 

supDlies 
Farm and dairy machinery and equipment 


24 

5 

6 
13 

6 

4 


571 

80 

46 

445 

156 
246 


146 

17 
16 

113 

18 
40 


' 


44 

5 
12 
27 

e 

10 


71 

7 

8 

56 

10 
20 


1 

1 
1 


56 
10 
44 

21 
25 



140 



^ "^ , WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American _ ■ . 

Table 2B. — STATE OF OALIFORIHA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF flOSINiSS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information, or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


LAHUFA0TUR2RS' ^tGSNTS (continued) 
llschlnery, equlpnent and supplies (continued 
Industrial machinery, eqp't. and supplies 
i^chine tools 

Kill and mine supplies (general line! 
All other 

Professional equijment and supplies 
Service equipment and supolies 
Transportation equijinent and supplies 

Aeilroad equipment end supplies 

All other 

Petals (except scrap) 


82 

4 

11 

67 

5 

15 

12 

4 

8 

15 


33.967 

305 

1.030 

2,632 

398 
521 
977 
821 
156 

871 


§690 
121 
178 
391 

31 
99 
58 
15 
43 

50 


5.7 


136 
19 
23 
94 

8 
39 
14 

3 
11 

13 


^231 

42 

49 

140 

14 
39 
26 
7 
21 

26 


$20 

2 
16 

3 

e 

5 
7 


^513 
167 
100 
246 

4 

130 

12 

3 

9 

21 


Iron and steel 

Other metal and metal Tories 

Peper and its products 


8 
7 

17 


667 
204 

1,290 


33 

17 

42 


3.3 


8 
5 

23 


16 
6 

25 


5 
2 

2 


15 
6 

3 


Paper and its products (general line) 
Paper and its products Ispeclflty lines) 
Stationery and stetionery supnlies 

Plumbing and heating equlnment and stronlies 


3 
9 

5 

17 


234 
929 
127 

838 


6 

26 
10 

57 


6.8 


8 
15 

22 


1 
11 
13 

27 


1 

1 


3 
85 


Plumbing and heatinp equlment (general 

line) 
All other 

All other kinds of business 


3 
14 

43 


468 
370 

2,513 


14 
43 

211 


6.4 


5 
17 

70 


.9 
18 

105 


10 


75 
10 

95 


Beer 

Forest products (except lumber) 

Leather goods 

"ines and spiritous liquors 

lilscellaneous 

SEUING AGEIUS 


5 
3 
9 
6 
20 

69 


195 

500 

703 

84 

1,031 

16.183 


31 

6 

101 

10 

63 

1,431 


8.8 


13 

40 
2 

15 

404 


18 
1 

61 
3 

22 

703 


1 
3 
1 
5 

51 


6 

76 

3 

10 

1.877 


Drugs and drug simdries 


4 


153 


9 


5.9 


3 


6 


- 


- 


Dry goods 


5 


2,492 


47 


1.9 


10 


34 


. 


- 


Groceries and foods (except farm products) 


15 


4,998 


197 


3.9 


43 


61 


6 


58 


LuEber and building naterials (other than 
metal) 


13 


2,358 


227 


9.6 


45 


126 


5 


20 


lumber and millwork 
All other 

Metals (except scrap) 


8 

5 

3 


2,307 
51 

690 


205 
22 

94 


13.6 


40 
5 

26 


112 
16 

46 


5 


2 
18 

543 


Paper and its products 


3 


215 


21 


9.8 


3 


8 


- 


- 


All other kinds of business 


26 


5,277 


836 


15.8 


272 


420 


40 


1,256 


Forest products (except lumber) 
Miscellaneous 

OTKEB AGENTS 


9 
17 

22 


1,325 
3,952 

2.775 


121 
715 

431 


15.5 


29 

243 

109 


65 
335 

202 


40 

33 


102 
1,154 

277 


Farm products-consumer goods 


3 


152 


63 


4K4 


« 


18 


18 


13 


Purnlture and house furnishings 


9 


508 


61 


12.0 


21 


22 


8 


14 


Machinery, equlisnent and supnlies (except 
electrical) 


4 


654 


130 


19.9 


32 


56 


5 


77 


All other kinds of business 


6 


1,461 


177 


12.1 


56 


104 


2 


173 



141 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF CillFORKIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thmisands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 
employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 

sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 


iU O'mOL TYPES 
BULK TASK SOTIOBS (petrolean) 


1.009 


$221,418 


?35,665 


16.1 


6.993 


$1^.154 


»153 


♦7.585 


CHAIN STORB WAREHOUSES 


41 


62,163 


3,088 1 5.0 


1,020 


1,552 


32 


3.887 


Farm Tiroducts-eonsujiier goods 


11 


6,064 


738 


12.2 


232 363 


7 


63 


Groceries and foods (except farm prodncts) 


24 


43,713 


2,127 


4.9 


681 1,062 


22 


3.055 


All other kinds of business 


6 


12,386 


223 


1.8 


107 127 


3 


769 


ASSEMBLERS AED COUHTRY BUTERS 


410 


99.276 


18,388 


18.5 


6,267 9.224 


3.622 


9.737 


Farm prod-acts-raw materials 


28 


3.871 


190 


4.9 


33 


56 


6 


351 


Grain 

Hides, skins, and furs (raw) 

Livestock 

V.ool and mohair 

All other 

Farm fo-oduets-oonsmier goods 


7 
3 
10 
3 
5 

357 


2,589 
362 
294 
321 
305 

73,045 


42 

54 
46 
11 
37 

17,059 


23.4 


11 
7 

15 
2 
4 

5.965 


21 

9 

18 

3 
5 

8,626 


1 
2 
2 
1 

3,489 


258 
49 
22 

3 
19 

1.271 


Dairy products (general line) 
Lllk and cream 
Poultry and poultry products 
Dairy end poultry products 
Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 
All other 

Farm supplies 


5 

6 

61 

10 

269 

6 

4 


89 

152 

2,449 

1,901 

67,442 

1,012 

138 


16 

35 

233 

404 

16,208 

163 

16 


11.6 


6 
11 
67 

107 

5,723 

51 

4 


8 

14 

92 

195 

8,230 

67 

7 


5 

1 

21 

7 

3,420 

35 


3 

41 

28 

lrI73 

26 

2 


Urooeries and foods (eaicept farm products) 


17 


22,179 


1,102 


5.01 249 


524 


123 


8.090 


All other products 


4 


43 


21 


48.6 


10 


11 


4 


23 


OOOPSRATIVE liAKKliTING ASSOCIAHOKS 


272 


155.424 


21.012 


13.6 


6.380 


9.619 


3.123 


8.938 


Farm products-raw raterlals 


9 


5,758 


120 


2.1 


39 


72 


2 




Farm nroducts-consumer goods 


247 


124,697 


16.581 


13.3 


5.324 


8.393 


3.012 


3.606 


Dairy products (general line) 
1111k and cream 
Poultry snd poultry products 
Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 
All other 

Fartr. sunnlies 


13 

3 

35 

180 

16 

4 


12,931 
2,279 
11,755 
86,056 
11,676 

650 


1,164 

74 

1,445 

12,624 
1,274 

81 


12.5 


402 

14 

1,038 

3,410 

460 

32 


608 

25 

1,051 

6.172 

537 

59 


4 

11 

2.959 

38 

3 


323 

1 

1,215 

1,748 

319 

92 


Groceries and foods (eiceiit farm products] 


7 


23,275 


3.993 


17.2 


948 


1,009 


104 


3.760 


All other Tiroducts 


5 


1,044 


237 


22.7 


37 


86 


2 


1,480 


ELEVATORS (eraln) 


3 


591 


131 


22.2 


33 


52 


4 


490 


LOS ABGEIES 


3.531 


660,419 


94.991 


14.4 


28.745 


45.875 


1.548 


72,543 


'■Vholestilers ra-orier 
;..anufacturers' sales branches 
Agents and brokers 
ell other types 


2,365 

495 

576 

93 


325,273 

136,828 

93,768 

104,550 


59,440 

20,933 

4,834 

9,764 


18.3 

15.3 

5.2 

9.4 


19,822 
5,743 
1,210 
1,970 


70,124 
9,689 
2,171 
3,889 


864 
130 
153 
401 


51,573 

15,500 

1.136 

4,334 


raOLSSALSRS PBOPia 
,/H0L£3AIi: ISRCKjiOTS 


2.213 


305.606 


57.282 


18.7 


19.286 


29,200 


828 


49.457 


ijnusei:«nt and snorting goods 


58 


9.613 


1.121 


11.7 


275 


548 


16 


1.201 


Cameras tnd iLotion nicture equipment 

ana supplies 
Moving picture films 
Sporting goods (general line) 
Toys, novelties, snd flrev.orks 
All other 


7 

14 

7 

14 

16 


162 
6.890 
1,268 

738 

561 


48 

471 
316 
171 
115 




16 

63 

107 

58 
31 


28 
224 

146 
95 
55 


3 
3 

1 
5 

4 


39 

416 
365 
247 
134 



Census of 
American 
Business 



142 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B. — STATE OF OAUFQRNIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pat Roll 




State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (end 


Kind of Business 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 


f.HOLSSiLE KSROHAKTS (oontliraedl 


















Automotive prodticts 


232 


C18,558 


?'4,618 


24.9 


1,940 


52,540 


$76 


73.363 


■automobiles and other motor vehicles 


28 


7,544 


1,309 




528 


661 


5 


968 


i^ntomotlve eqp't., accessories and parts 


156 


7.654 


2,433 




1,008 


1,399 


26 


1.997 


Tires and tubes 


48 


3,160 


876 




404 


460 


5 


398 


Chemicals 


59 


5,471 


1,331 


24.3 


445 


653 


21 


1.570 


Industrial chemicals 


6 


1,546 


300 




110 


159 


1 


296 


Paints end varnishes 


41 


3.248 


893 




.315 


430 


18 


1.159 


All other 


12 


577 


138 




20 


69 


2 


115 


Clothing and furnishioga 


103 


8.544 


1,172 


13.7 


399 


578 


33 


1,133 


Clothing, men's and boys' 


9 


391 


66 




32 


-" 39 


2 


69 


Clothing, women's and children's 


33 


3,760 


305 




ee 


124 


8 


184 


Furnishings, men's and boys' 


14 


1.389 


204 




55 


91 


5 


300 


Furnishings, notnen' s and children's 


9 


306 


. 70 




29 


39 


8 


59 


Hosiery 


4 


378 


58 




18 


39 


- 


81 


tlllinerj- and millinery supplies 


21 


631 


221 




111 


126 


8 


49 


Shoes and other f oo twear 


8 


1,444 


227 




60 


110 


1 


376 


All other 


5 


45 


21 




6 


e 


■ 1 


15 


Coal 


4 


200 


84 


42.0 


19 


38 


2 


24 


Prugs and drug sundries 


48 


15.530 


3,914 


25.2 


947 


1,318 


11 


2.855 


Drugs (general llnel 


4 


13.761 


3,207 




770 


954 


- 


2,630 


Drugs (specialty ItnesI 


13 


226 


80 




19 


27 


2 


38 


Patent inedlclnes 


3 


324 


167 




18 


106 


- 


44 


Toilet articles and Tjrepsretions 


22 


776 


395 




126 


211 


9 


102 


All other 


6 


447 


65 




14 


20 


- 


41 


Dry goods 


76 


9,248 


1,194 


12.9 


392 


611 


17 


1,831 


Dry goods (general line) 


17 


2.701 


357 




94 


158 


10 


686 


Knit goods 


6 


164 


34 




23 


24 


1 


6 


Notions 


4 


160 


26 




15 


18 


- 


56 


Piece goods 


27 


5.080 


595 




185 


318 


3 


725 


All other 


21 


1.143 


182 




75 


93 


3 


356 


ileotrioal goods 


90 


11,920 


2,867 


24.1 


991 


1,433 


51 


2.126 


Electrical appliances, eqp't. end supplies 


58 


9.230 


2,033 




672 


993 


43 


1,744 


i\adlos and radio equipment 


23 


1.260 


361 




160 


207 


4 


133 


Kefrlgerators 


9 


1.430 


453 




159' 


233 


4 


249 


Farm products-rav. materials 


21 


12.740 


1,083 


8.5 


105 


209 


6 


1,428 


Cotton 


5 


6,757 


616 




35 


93 


2 


1,061 


Grain 


4 


2,708 


85 




15 


33 


3 


97 


Hides, skins and furs (raw) 


9 


2,731 


174 




53 


80 


1 


243 


All other 


3 


544 


8 




2 


3 


- 


27 


Farm produets-consomer goods 


316 


41,545 


8,292 


20.0 


2.781 


4,883 


149 


1,154 


Dairy products (general line) 


14 


9,306 


3,319 




1,139 


1,748 


2 


134 


Other dairy products 


6 


3,475 


780 




263 


382 


7 


51 


Poultry and poultry products 


28 


3,074 


310 




137 


158 


20 


140 


Dairy and poultry products 


5 


2,650 


1,003 




238 


992 


13 


56 


Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 


255 


21,836 


2.736 




955 


1,544 


105 


740 


.,ill other 


8 


1,204 


144 




49 


59 


2 


33 


Farm suDplies 


18 


2,661 


743 


27.9 


224 


287 


•- 


487 


Feed 


8 


1,714 


424 




95 


144 


- 


130 


Fertilizer 


3 


173 


77 




30 


75 


- 


25 


Seed 


7 


774 


242 




99 


108 


■ 


332 



143 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Amencan Table 2 B.— STATE OF OAIIFORNIi WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 
Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 PopiUation and Over 

{AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withlield in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pay Roll 




State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand {end 


Kind of Business 


Ush- 




Amount 


{average) 


Total 


of year) 




ments 






s^es 










V/HOLESilE MSROHiETS (oontlnuedl 


















Furniture &nd house furnishings 


89 


S4,560 


S836 


18.3 


321 


$448 


$20 


$1,651 


China, glassware and crockery 


6 


77 


24 


12 


8 


- 


36 


Floor ooTerlngs 


11 


1,847 


236 




72 


143 


6 


915 


Furniture 


ZZ 


346 


95 




53 


50 


3 


56 


House furnishings (except as specified) 


43 


2,079 


412 




164 


209 


8 


563 


Lusi^sl instruments £nd sheet music 


7 


213 


69 




20 


38 


3 


81 


Groceries and foods {except farm productsl 


272 


59,695 


10,033 


16.8 


3,098 


4,829 


103 


6,632 


Groceries (general line) 


28 


25,685 


2,514 




932 


1,358 


9 


3.003 


Confectionery and soft drinlffl 


34 


2,634 


656 




295 


391 


11 


125 


Fish and sea foods 


29 


2,995 


463 




124 


180 


1 


120 


Heats and meat products 


49 


8,546 


1,671 




559 


975 


11 


776 


Other food and grocery specialties 


132 


19,835 


4,729 




1,188 


1,925 


71 


2,608 


Hardware 


27 


9,064 


1,806 


19.9 


746 


1.122 


9 


4.272 


HardTBre (general line) 


7 


6,143 


1,169 




501 


762 


5 


3.000 


Hardware (specialty lines) 


20 


2,921 


637 




245 


360 


4 


1,272 


Jewelry and optical goods 


52 


2,938 


755 


25.7 


313 


441 


4 


1.061 


Jewelry (general line) 


32 


1,851 


485 




198 


284 


3 


619 


Oloclcs and watches 


3 


62 


8 




3 


4 


- 


36 


Diamonds and other rjreoious stones 


3 


IPO 


21 




3 


10 


- 


17 


Other .lev'elry snecialtles 


9 


584 


85 




37 


53 


1 


102 


Optical goods 


5 


341 


156 




72 


90 


- 


87 


Lumber and building n-aterisls (other than 


















metal) 


53 


11,859 


3,312 


27.9 


1,478 


1,849 


145 


3.576 


Lumber and millwork 


16 


3,073 


1.179 




547 


637 


35 


1.535 


Cement 


5 


3,163 


555 




98 


232 


65 


162 


Glass 


14 


865 


283 




116 


127 


7 


274 


All other 


18 


4,758 


1,295 




717 


853 


38 


1,605 


i^chinery, equipirient end supplies (except 


















electrical) 


206 


20,135 


5,163 


25.6 


1,639 


2.690 


75 


6,793 


Commercial machinery, eqii't. end supplies 


36 


2,696 


832 




282 


400 


19 


612 


Office eqp't. and siipplles (except 


















furniture) 


7 


292 


107 




47 


56 


4 


82 


Store equipment and supplies 


9 


203 


56 




26 


24 


- 


36 


ill other 


20 


2,201 


66<- 1 


209 


320 


15 


494 


Construction mcohinery, eojj't. and 
















supplies 


5 


937 


254 


70 


131 


2 


337 


Farm and dairy machinery and equipment 


6 


525 


117 


34 


52 


2 


81 


Industrial machinery, eqp't. and supplies 


65 


10,394 


2,330 




69S 


1,221 


40 


4,239 


Bottles and bottling equipment 


4 


106 


16 




14 


11 


- 


IS 


Kachine tools 


3 


135 


51 




14 


33 


- 


96 


Keehanlcsl rubber goods 


3 


387 


129 




39 


84 


12 


100 


1:111 and mine sunolies (general line) 


20 


6,632 


1,274 




381 


671 


14 


3.164 


All other 


55 


3,134 


860 




250 


422 


14 


664 


Professional equinment end sunplles 


29 


2,035 


710 




250 


375 


4 


642 


Dental 


10 


1,056 


383 




127 


200 


1 


37? 


Surgical, medical and hosTjital 


7 


413 


141 




49 


72 


- 


110 


All other 


12 


566 


186 




74 


103 


2 


193 


Service equipment and supplies 


33 


2,535 


698 




234 


393 


1 


495 


Barber end beauty norlor 


16 


1,342 


442 




152 


259 


- 


236 


All other 


17 


1.193 


256 




72 


134 


1 


259 


Ar£nsportc.ti9n equirrrent and supplies 


12 


1,013 


222 




71 


118 


7 


387 



144 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B, — STATE OF CAIIFORUIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All mlues expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
'ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 
employees 

(average) 


Pat BatL 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Bctsiness 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


WHOISSAIE MiBCEAHTS (continued) 
ISetals (exoent scrap) 


36 


»3,159 


S763 


24.2 


285 


S442 


S28 


Si. 486 


Iron end steel 

Sheet metal products 

Other metal and metal vorks 

Paner and Its products 


22 
6 
8 

38 


2,789 

46 

324 

9,949 


637 
23 
53 

2,174 


21.9 


261 

8 

16 

816 


396 
14 
32 

1,229 


19 
5 
4 

15 


1,472 

4 

50 

2,267 


Paper and its uroducte (general line) 
Paper and its products (snecialty lines] 
Stationery end stationer^' sutmlies 
iVall paper 

Petroleuni and its products 


12 

11 

10 

5 

21 


6,846 

1,715 

1,151 

237 

11,134 


1,342 

380 

372 

80 

1,927 


17.3 


505 

120 

170 

21 

544 


616 

191 

195 

27 

999 


8 
2 
4 
1 

9 


1,358 
438 
426 

45 

701 


Plumbing and heating equipment and sucplies 


34 


2,595 


623 


24.0 


201 


342 


10 


831 


Heating equipment (general line) 

Pipe, valves and fittings 

Plumbing and heating eqp't. (general lino 

Stoves and rsnges 

All other 

Tobacco and its products (eiceot leaf) 


3 
8 
6 
3 
14 

22 


20 

1,374 

650 

44 
507 

12,327 


13 
314 
126 

11 
159 

514 


4.2 


4 
91 
50 

3 
53 

193 


8 

175 

76 

5 

78 

259 


2 
2 

6 

1 


13 
492 
155 

14 
157 

559 


Maste materials 


19 


2,259 


644 


28.5 


371 


325 


9 


151 


Junk and scr^ (general line) 
Viaste paper, rags and rubber 

All other kinds of business 


12 
7 

320 


1,336 
923 

19,902 


411 
233 

2,313 


11.6 


198 
173 

763 


143 
182 

1,127 


6 
3 

58 


106 
45 

2,335 


Bags and bagging 

Beer 

Flowers and niirsery stock 

Forest products (except lumber] 

Leather 

Leather goods 

Newspapers and magazines 

V.'lnes and splritous liquors 

Irllscellaneous 

EXPCETKHS 


7 

e 

191 
16 

3 
14 

5 
41 
35 

12 


266 
1,134 
1,491 
7,168 
739 
696 
1,721 
4,624 
2,043 

4,015 


64 
102 
264 
282 
141 
198 
347 
486 
429 

355 


8.8 


45 

21 

67 

56 

30 

81 

206 

133 

124 

24 


36 

28 

96 

123 

55 

98 

279 

227 

186 

73 


1 
18 
15 

2 

4 
9 
6 

8 


58 
87 
63 
341 
164 
281 
192 
7S5 
S94 

553 


Farm nroducts-raw materials 


4 


1,105 


48 


4.3 


y 


3 


- 


475 


All other kinds of business 


8 


2,910 


307 


10.5 


21 


70 


8 


78 


IMPORTHSS 


78 


10.484 


978 


9.3 


236 


413 


9 


1.138 


T)rrr goods 


8 


1,042 


145 


17.9 


40 


93 


- 


233 


Kotlons 
All other 

Farm products-consumer goods 


4 
4 

3 


126 

916 

1,256 


15 
130 

16 


1.3 


7 
33 

4 


9 
84 

12 


- 


13 
220 

1 


Furniture and house furnishings 


10 


538 


102 


19.0 


31 


39 


2 


189 


House furnishings 
All other 

Groceries and foods (eioeot farm nroducts) 


7 
3 

21 


432 
106 

4,348 


66 
36 

234 


5.4 


20 
11 

67 


22 

17 

99 


2 

5 


123 
66 

267 


Jewelry and optical goods 


6 


136 


28 


20.6 


7 


16 


- 


23 


Diamonds and other precious stones 
Other .lewelry specialties 

Lumber and building materials (other than 
metal/ 


3 
3 

4 


60 
56 

355 


13 
15 

182 


51.3 


3 

4 

22 


7 
9 

39 


- 


16 
7 

58 


All ■. crior kinds of business 


26 


2,809 


271 


9.6 


65 


115 


2 


347 


■•:ms and spirltoas liquors 
-iscellaneous 


4 
22 


201 
2,608 


32 
239 




14 
51 


10 
105 


2 


135 
212 



145 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Amencan ^^^^^^ 2B.— STATE OF CillFORNIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 
Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All tallies expressed in thousands of dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


LIMIJSD FUECTION VHOlaa^lESS 


62 


v5,168 


v825 


16.0 


276 


,'^438 


ng 


:395 


Groceries alid foods (except farm oroducts) 


44 


3,923 


703 


17.9 


248 


377 


12 


361 


jrooeries (general line) 
Oonfectionery tnd son drinlcs 
ether food and grocery sneciclties 

Petroleum J nd its tiroducts 


36 
4 
4 

4 


2,102 

246 

1,575 

654 


160 
204 
338 

44 


6.7 


36 

72 

140 

8 


52 

71 

254 

14 


1 
11 


162 

3 

196 

3- 


^11 other kinds of business 


14 


591 


79 


13.4 


20 


47 


7 


11 


ILtl.TJFACTUEERS' SALES EHiJv'CHSS 
■.,IIH 3'fOOKS 


380 


109.386 


17.957 


16.4 


4.926 


8.146 


111 


15.497 


-airiusen.ent end sporting goods 


9 


2,776 


473 


17.0 


161 


284 




178 


...oviiig picture filns 
Jill other 

jiUt'jn.ct ive nroducts 


5 
4 

22 


2,465 
311 

11,054 


372 
101 

1,694 


15.3 


133 
28 

430 


240 
44 

755 


4 


29 
149 

1.343 


^utoirobiles and other motor vehicles 
Automotive eqp*t., accessories and rierts 
Sires and tubes 

Chendcsls 


7 

8 
7 

26 


4,326 

664 

6,064 

3,375 


726 
204 
764 

976 


28.9 


201 
84 

145 

260 


345 
102 
308 

434 


2 
2 

5 


572 
105 
665 

677 


Industrial chorriictls 
Paints and varnishes 
All other 

Clothinp and furnishings 


3 

16 

7 

25 


383 

2,640 

352 

3,015 


57 
794 
125 

477 


15.8 


16 

211 

33 

203 


24 

351 

59 

314 


4 

1 

2 


25 

581 

71 

469 


Clothinp, ren' s and boys' 
Furnishings, r^en' s and boys' 
rurnishinps, vomen's and children's 
Hosiery 
fill other 

trugs end drug sundries 


6 
6 
4 
4 
5 

8 


1,128 
689 
295 

551 
352 

1,092 


219 

130 

44 

40 

44 

324 


29.7 


141 

29 

19 

5 

9 

38 


164 
75 
32 
19 
24 

71 


1 
1 


200 

IIB 

87 

39 

25 

80 


I'oilet articles and rtreparetions 
j>ll other 

Cry poods 


4 
4 

17 


176 
916 

3,030 


84 
240 

227 


7.5 


.19 
19 

75 


27 
44 

124 


- 


8 
72 

328 


Piece goods 
iill other 

electrical goods 


11 
6 

24 


2,522 
508 

7,268 


162 
65 

1,315 


18.1 


42 
33 

478 


93 
31 

726 


1 


260 
68 

1.503 


lilectrical apnliances, eqp't., & supplies 
.-.adios and radio equipment 
iiefrigerttors 

Furniture and houte furnishings 


18 
3 
3 

13 


6,638 
343 
287 

3,369 


1,206 
62 
47 

501 


14.9 


452 
16 
10 

122 


677 
31 
18 

227 


1 
2 


1,178 
209 
116 

313 


i'loor coverings 
Furniture 

House furnishings i except china and 
glossy are) 

lirooerlcE and foods (exceot fanr. products) 


5 

4 

4 
37 


1.941 
1,047 

361 

31,392 


203 
237 

61 

4,096 


13.0 


51 
59 

12 

903 


115 
S3 

29 

1.690 


1 
1 

51 


155 
120 

38 

2.016 


Confectionery and soft drinis 

-eats and ir.eat products 

Other food anc^ grocery specialties 

Hardware 


4 

4 

29 

7 


1.721 

3.596 

26,075 

237 


484 

441 

3,171 

42 


17.7 


58 
185 
660 

13 


114 

263 

1,313 

• 27 


2 
49 

1 


120 
247 

1,649 

76 





















Census of 
American 
Business 



146 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B. — STATE OF CAIIFORITU WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500J 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
Ush- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type op Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 


KITH STOCKS (oontlnuedl 
Jewelry and optiosl goods 


6 


W505 


vl55 


30.7 


41 


$67 


? - 


580 


Lumber and building msterials (other than 
metal) 


12 


4,299 


956 


22.2 


421 


596 


1 


1,243 


Lumber and millworJc 
Brick and tile 
All other 

tBOhlnery, equliment and supplies (except 
electrical) 


4 
3 
5 

103 


1,028 

5S6 

2,715 

10,154 


94 
171 
691 

2,990 


29.4 


24 

39 

358 

969 


47 

93 
456 

1,466 


1 
15 


138 
422 
683 

3,539 


Commercial machinery, enuinment fnd 
supplies 
Office equirment end su-rolies (except 

furniture) 
All other 

Construction irachlnery, eT^'t. end sUTmlles 
Farm and dairy r.achitiery 8711= eouinment 
Industrial machinery, eqp't. and aurjolies 

teohanical rubber ?oods 

i"ill and mine supplies (penersl line) 

All other 

Professional equipment and suDOlies 
Lental 

Surgical, medical and hospital 
All other 

Service equiiment and supplies 
Laundry 
All other 

Letals (except scrap) 


17 

14 
3 

5 
5 

54 
3 
6 

45 

12 
4 
3 
5 

10 
3 
7 

20 


1,496 

1,195 
301 

512 

1,383 

4,733 

421 

511 

3,801 

1,556 
267 
208 

1,061 

474 
206 
266 

8,715 


549 

442 
107 

43 

411 

1,372 

40 

165 

1,167 

459 
93 
71 

295 

156 
88 
68 

663 


7.6 


259 

233 
26 

21 

136 

368 

15 

31 

322 

142 
38 
21 
83 

43 
21 
22 

180 


350 

302 

48 

15 
187 
641 

37 

66 

538 

217 
46 
37 

134 

76 
38 
38 

333 


2 
2 

1 
3 
8 

8 

1 
1 

1 


229 

200 
29 

119 

1,020 

1,498 

117 

160 

1,221 

419 

143 

46 

230 

254 

163 
91 

1,601 


Iron and steel 

Other metal and metal works 

Paper and Its nroducts 


13 
7 

13 


6,934 
1.781 

3,737 


416 
247 

1,004 


26.9 


138 
42 

79 


238 

95 

144 


1 
4 


1,177 
424 

233 


Paiier and its products (general line) 
Paper and its products (speoitlty lines) 
Stationery and stationery suuplies 

Petroleum and its oroduota 


I 

& 

4 


2,984 
598 
155 

6,560 


834 

126 

45 

604 


9.2 


42 
20 
17 

114 


59 
53 
32 

189 


4 
8 


206 

7 

20 

85 


Plumbing and heating equipment sad supnlies 


12 


2,076 


591 


28.5 


185 


263 


10 


864 


Plumbing and heating eqp't. (general line 
All other 

Tobacco and its nroducts (except leaf) 


3 
9 

3 


1,446 
630 

1,611 


450 
141 

185 


11.5 


149 
36 

28 


202 
61 

54 


9 
1 

1 


610 
254 

25 


ill other kinds of business 


19 


5,121 


684 


13.4 


226 


362 


5 


844 


Forest products (except lumber) 
i:iscellaneona 

RlIHOtIT STOCKS 


7 
12 

115 


583 
4,538 

27,442 


133 
551 

2,976 


10.8 


42 
184 

817 


59 
305 

1.543 


2 
3 

19 


234 
610 

3 


Amusenent and srwrting goods 


7 


2,614 


565 


21.6 


180 


273 


. 


. , 


Chemicals 


7 


82 


18 


22.0 


10 


10 


- 


3 


Paints and vamiahes 
ill other 

Clothing and I'urnishings 


4 
3 

10 


58 
24 

838 


12 

6 

109 


13.0 


6 
4 

32 


6 
4 

68 


1 


3 





















Census of 
American 
Business 



U7 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 28.— STATE OF OillFORNU WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU vaiues expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500j 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
Ush- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


FuU-time 

employees 

{average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


VvlTHOOT STOCKS (continued) 
Dry goods 


16 


S2,173 


f-a9i 


8.8 


73 


?155 


? - 


S - 


Kotlons 
All other 

Electrical goods 


3 
13 

4 


104 
2,069 

413 


99 
92 

41 


9.9 


52 

21 

6 


88 
67 

35 


2 




P\u"nitT:re 2nd house furnishings 


4 


224 


18 


8.0 


4 


12 


- 


-■ 


Groceries and foods (ezcent farm r,roducts) 


3 


2,368 


522 


22.0 


56 


145 


- 


- 


Jerelry and ontloal poods 


3 


64 


13 


20.3 


4 


9 


- 


- 


Luir-ber and buildinp materials (other than 
metal 1 


8 


1,580 


138 


8.7 


35 


71 


. 




LuD.ber end n"illv.x>rk 
ill! other 

Lachinerj, equipnent and supnlies (except 
electrical) 


3 
5 

19 


246 
1,334 

5,394 


26 
112 

487 


9.0 


9 
26 

96 


16 
55 

295 


16 


- 


Industrial machinery, eqp't. and supplies 
.D.11 other 

Petals (except scrap) 


12 
7 

9 


4,962 
432 

4,614 


384 
103 

238 


5,2 


73 
23 

64 


241 
54 

145 


15 


- 


Paper and its oroducts 


4 


774 


35 


4.5 


11 


21 


- 


- 


Plumbing and heatinf: equipment and supplies 


3 


266 


58 


21.8 


8 


14 


- 


. _ 


i»ll other kinds of business 


18 


6,038 


543 


9.0 


228 


290 


- 


- 


.^GraTB Aim BSOXERS 
EH0K3RS 


99 


42,893 


1,285 


3.0 


235 


615 


16 


163 


Fsnr r>roducts-rav. n.aterials 


5 


1,586 


34 


2.1 


3 


4 


1 


46 


Farm produots-consujiier poods 


23 


10,677 


401 


3.8 


47 


189 


4 


3 


Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 
All other 

Groceries anc" foods (except farm products) 


18 
5 

44 


6,981 
3,696 

21,995 


334 
67 

492 


2.2 


38 
9 

126 


149 
40 

252 


3 
1 

9 


3 
64 


Fish and sea foods 

Other food and grocery sneoialties 

Jevelry and optical goods 


4 

40 

4 


1,298 
20,697 

270 


18 
474 

36 


13.3 


6 
120 

9 


10 
242 

8 


9 
2 


64 
36 


Petrolem, and its Tiroducts 


6 


1,608 


193 


12.0 


20 


108 


- 


5 


V/aste reterisls 


? 


136 


10 


7.4 


6 


6 


- 


1 


All other kinds of business 


14 


6,619 


119 


1.8 


24 


48 


- 


28 


OOUlISSIOn ISRCHAKTS 


56 


16.905 


1,453 


8.6 


352 


605 


67 


138 


Fanr, T^roducts-oonsumer goods 


36 


10,732 


1,161 


10.8 


297 


500 


65 


75 


r\irniture and house furnishings 


4 


130 


23 


17.7 


5 


10 


- 


16 


i>ll other kinds of business 


16 


6,043 


269 


4.5 


50 


95 


2 


47 


SZPORT AEE I130RT AGSNIS 


6 


560 


17 


3.0 


3 


7 


. 


. 


k^'iuFACTunaRs' agents 


380 


30,849 


1,758 


5.7 


532 


796 


53 


705 


jjnusement and snorting goods 


9 


846 


45 


5.3 


18 


21 


- 


29 


i^oys, novelties, and fireworks 
-.11 other 

automotive oroducts (equipment, accessories 
and parts) 


5 
4 

14 


312 
534 

572 


23 
22 

51 


8.9 


7 
11 

IB 


12 
9 

23 


2 


5 
24 

S4 


Chemicals 


15 


1,427 


72 


5.0 


26 


41 


2 


39 


Industrial ohen.icals 
oil other 


9 
6 


1,018 
409 


49 
23 




15 
11 


26 
15 


1 
1 


39 



148 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 
Census of 

Amencan ta^i^ig 2 b.— STATE OF CiXIFOKHU WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All txUiies expressed in Oumsands 0/ dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500| 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


ljjroFA0TUR3RS' iGSKTS (continued! 
Glothlne and furnishings 


46 


■;;4,325 


51 SO 


4.2 


57 


i>73 


54 


533 


Clothing, men's and boys' 

Clothing, woiten's and children's 

iHarnishings, n;en's and boys' 

Hosiery 

i^llllnery and millinery sunolies 

Shoes end other footwear 

ill other 

Drugs end drug sundries 


4 
15 
5 
3 
7 
5 
7 

5 


271 
1,775 
398 
525 
302 
650 
405 

87 


4 
67 
19 
12 
23 
16 
39 

10 


11.5 


26 
4 
6 
7 
3 

11 

2 


27 

10 
8 
9 
2 

17 

2 


2 21 
2 1 

6 

5 

1| 4 


Dry goods 


81 


7i381 


1S2 


2.6 


45 


61 


6 


30 


Knit goods 
IJotlons 
Piece goods 
ill other 

ileotrical soois 


7 
18 
52 

4 

32 


1,212 
542 

5,262 
365 

1,608 


12 

?6 

127 

17 

139 


8.6 


8 

30 

7 

46 


11 

43 

7 

74 


3 
3 

6 


6 
24 

57 


Sleotrical snolisnces, equioiLent and 

suoplies 
All other 

Furniture and house furnishings 


ZZ 

10 

23 


1,049 
559 

1.713 


80 
59 

58 


3.4 


33 

13 

13 


41 
33 

20 


3 
3 

2 


32 
25 

37 


China, glassv.are and croclcery 
House furnishinps (exoent chins and 

glassware) 
All Other 

Orooeries anti foods (ezoent farci nroriucts) 


5 
14 

8 


207 

864 
642 

5.153 


15 

25 
18 

247 


4.8 


6 

4 

3 

82 


6 

3 
11 

155 


1 
1 

1 


2 

35 

54 


Hardware 


23 


1,714 


97 


.5.4 


35 


46 


2 


13 


Hard7are (f-er.eral line) 
Hardware (specialty lines) 

Jewelry and ontioal goods 


4 
19 

6 


435 
1,279 

149 


27 
66 

8 


5.4 


12 
23 

1 


11 

35 

1 





10 
3 

5 


Luir.ber and building n^aterisls (other than 
netal) 


3 


171 


45 


26.3 


12 


16 


8 


23 


Lachinery, equiprent and sunplies (except 
electrical) 


72 


3,133 


511 


16.3 


128 


201 


16 


341 


OoimerclEl itachinery, equipirjent and 
supolies 
Office equipment and supplies (except 

furniture) 
ill other 

Industrial machinery, eqp't. and sumlies 
kachlne tools 

Lill and mine supnlies (general line) 
ill other 

Professional equipment and suonlies 

Service equipment and sunolles 

Other machinery, equipment and supplies 

i-etals (except scrat)] 


14 

.6 
9 

42 
3 
5 

34 

4 

8 
4 

5 


351 

80 
271 

1,828 

56 

836 

936 

390 
305 
259 

512 


55 

17 
38 

323 

9 

167 

147 

30 
55 
48 

16 


3.1 


22 

5 
17 

68 

2 

22 

44 

6 

16 
14 

6 


25 

7 
18 

117 

3 

47 

67 

14 

21 
24 

11 


1 

1 
12 

1 
11 

3 


29 

10 

19 

205 

1 
100 
104 

34 
34 

39 

2 


Paper and its r)roducts 


13 


1,094 


38 


3.5 


23 


11 


1 


3 


Paper and its products (specialty lines) 

ill other 

Plumbing and heating equitn;ent and supt>lies 


8 
5 

6 


924 
170 

203 


26 
12 

16 


7,9 


8 
15 

10 


7 
7 

11 


1 


3 
2 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Amencan -^abXe 2B.— STATE OF OAlIFORNIi WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 
Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All valiies expressed in thousands of dollars) 

|An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
Ush- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

{average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 


KASUFAOTtJRSRS' AG3NTS (oontlmiad) 
All other Icinds of business 


19 


v760 


#37 


4.9 


10 


$14 


$2 


09 


Leather goods 

Mines and spiritous liquors 

tiscellaneouB 

SELLING iGEKTS 


3 

5 

11 

25 


92 

53 

615 

1.384 


9 

7 

21 

134 


9.7 


4 

1 
5 

37 


5 
2 
7 

61 


1 
1 

4 


9 

44 


Drugs and drug sundries 


3 


81 


3 


3.7 


1 


2 


. 


_ 


Groceries and foods (except farm products) 


7 


150 


37 


24.7 


5 


10 


3 


22 


Lumber and building materials (other than 
metal 1 


4 


147 


e 


5.4 


2 


s 


1 


5 


All other kinds of business 


11 


1.006 


86 


8.5 


29 


46 


. 


17 


OTHSR Adams 


12 


1.177 


187 


15.9 


51 


87 


13 


66 


Furniture and house furnishings 


7 


489 


58 


11.9 


20 


22 


8 


13 


All other kinds of business 


5 


688 


129 


18.8 


31 


65 


5 


53 


ALL OTHER TYPES 
BULK TAEK STATIONS (Tjetroleum) 


53 


53.368 


6,022 


11.3 


1.238 


2,377 


27 


1,466 


CHAIN STORE WARBHOUSES 


7 


12,657 


231 


1.8 


114 


136 


3 


741 


ass3.:blsrs aki) country bitysrs 


15 


10,179 


1,005 


9.9 


134 


476 


259 


■250 


Farm products-consujrjer poods 


10 


6.043 


518 


8,6 


67 


270 


145 


45 


All other kinds of business 


5 


4.136 


487 


11.8 


67 


206 


114 


205 


OOOPERATITE lUEZETIKG ASSOCIATIONS 


18 


28.346 


2.526 


8.9 


484 


900 


112 


1.877 


Panr. products-consumer goods 


11 


18,138 


1,422 


7.8 


405 


628 


44| 


532 


Fruits and vegetables ( fresh 1 
ill other 


4 

7 

3 


1,598 
16,540 

9,605 


132 
1,290 

916 


9.5 


33 
372 


87 
541 


44 


31 
501 


Groceries and foods (except farm products! 


36 


192 


66 


1.250 


All other kinds of business 


4 


603 


1S8 


31.2 


43 


80 


2 


95 


SAU HUKOISCO 


2,696 


911,747 


112,796 


12.4 


25,385 


44,780 


1,288 


106.396 


'iVholesalers oroiDer 
lianufaoturers' sales branches 
Agents and brokers 
All other tjrpes 


1,574 

578 

497 

47 


409,343 

275,984 

142,840 

83,580 


60,130 

41,382 

6,028 

5,256 


14.7 

15.0 

4.2 

6.3 


15,209 
7,389 
1,602 
1,185 


25,336 

14,214 

2,942 

2,268 


818 

330 

96 

44 


61,316 

33.521 

2,842 

8,717 


WHOLESALERS FROFIS 
V.HOLSSAI.E L-iSROHAOTS 


1.402 


345.619 


56.052 


16.2 


14.422 


23,646 


764 


56.474 


Amusement and sporting goods 


43 


2,970 


984 


33.1 


259 


397 


18 


989 


Cameras and motion picture equipcent and 

supTilies 
Loving picture films 
Sporting goods (general line) 
'i^oys, novelties, and fireworks 
All other 

Automotive products 


5 

4 

5 

16 

13 

81 


302 
195 
1,201 
855 
417 

13,522 


90 
144 
383 
248 
119 

2,457 


19.2 


26 
23 
98 
82 
30 

718 


52 

43 

122 

125 

55 

1.717 


1 

1 

IS 

3 

111 


49 

440 
352 
148 

1.479 


automobiles and other motor vehicles 
Automotive =qi t., accessories end narts 
Tires and tubes 

.Jhemiosls 


7, 
64 
10 

26 


6,683 
4,339 
2,500 

4,235 


944 

1,304 

209 

940 


22.2 


214 

448 

56 

234 


539 

689 

89 

431 


80 
30 

1 

24 


lit- 

1,160 

157 

, 1,031 


Paints snS varnishes 
ell other 


17 
9 


2,870 
1,365 


708 
232 




174 
60 


302 
129 


21 

3 


830 
201 



lEO 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 
Census of 

American Table 2b.— state of oaiifornia wholesale trade by type of establishment and kind of business 

Business 

For states and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All valiies expressed in thousands of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500) 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


ViHOLSSAlE ISROHAiras (continued) 
Clothing and furnishings 


81 


?9,489 


51,769 


18.6 


558 


$819 


833 


$1,821 


Clothing and furnishings (general line) 
Clothing, rren' s rnd boys' 
Clothing, women's and children's 
Furnishings, men's and boys' 
Furnishings, woff.en's and children's 
Killinery and millinery suirolies 
Shoes and other footwear 
All other 

Coal 


3 

11 
26 
10 
11 
11 
6 
3 

5 


■' 372 

1,075 

4,080 

778 

1,281 

602 

1,238 

63 

615 


62 
278 
530 
131 
34? 
208 
206 

11 

238 


38.7 


23 

86 
146 

34 
107 

91 

66 
5 

37 


24 
114 
216 

66 

145 

114 

136 

4 

114 


1 
16 

7 
"3 

5 

1 

20 


70 
585 
305 
238 
293 

56 
254 

20 

38 


Drugs and drug sundries 


36 


10,781 


1,449 114.0 


545 


723 


2 


2,721 


Drugs (general line) 
Drugs (specialty lines) 
Toilet articles End prertrttions 
kXl other 

Dry goods 


5 

20 

5 

6 

58 


8,472 
680 
413 
816 

7,939 


1,153 

98 

49 

149 

1,648 


19.5' 


457 
42 

12 
34 

503 


603 
41 
29 
50 

755 


2 

7 


2,436 

139 

70 

76 

2.625 


Dry goods (general line) 

Knit goods 

Kotlons 

Piece goods 

All other 

Electrical goods 


11 
10 

6 
24 

7 

50 


2,495 
1,390 

963 
2,816 

275 

6,886 


547 
227 
233 
489 
52 

1,647 


23.9 


208 
70 
89 

114 
22 

503 


275 

86 

137 

230 

27 

813 


1 
1 

1 
4 

16 


1,345 
231 
333 
613 
103 

1,190 


iilectrlcel appliances, eqp't. and supplies 
All other 

Farm products-raw materials 


36 
14 

32 


6,103 
783 

18,572 


1,363 
284 

984 


5.3 


419 
64 

129 


676 
137 

367 


12 
4 

30 


1,026 
164 

1.856 


Grain 

Hides, skins, and furs (raw) 

All other 

Farm products-consumer goods 


11 

12 

9 

120 


7,781 
2,693 
8,098 

30,624 


310 
243 
431 

4,827 


15.8 


41 
47 

41 

1,434 


118 
135 
114 

2,267 


Z 

27 

1 

77 


423 

254 
1,179 

821 


Dairy products (general line! 
Poultry and poultry products 
Dairy and poultry products 
Fruits and vegetables (fresh) 
All other 

Farm sunplies 


7 
18 
15 
70 
10 

19 


2,679 

1,601 

13,113 

10,265 

2,966 

2.611 


735 

252 

1,440 

1,299 

1,101 

841 


32.2 


192 
119 
531 
297 
295 

251 


420 
132 
712 
499 
504 

380 


21 
35 

12 

16 


26 

23 
525 
173 

74 

1,011 


Feed 
Seeds 
All other 

Furniture and house furnishings 


3 

10 

6 

45 


493 

1,519 

599 

5,041 


101 
634 
106 

1,073 


21.3 


19 

197 

35 

395 


46 

284 

50 

554 


15 
1 

26 


93 

855 

63 

2,029 


Floor coverings 

Furniture 

House furnishings (except floor coverings 

end furniture) 
All other 

Groceries and foods (except feriri products) 


6 
8 

25 
6 

251 


2,504 
272 

2,035 
230 

128,236 


413 
68 

510 
82 

15,480 


12.1 


189 
17 

166 
23 

3,164 


244 
29 

247 
34 

5,600 


2 
3 

20 

1 

74 


1,111 
48 

760 
110 

19,758 


Groceries (general line) 

Confectionery and soft drinks 

Fish and sea foods 

Keats and ir.eat products 

Other food and grocery specialties 


22 
18 
22 
48 
141 


20,181 
1,193 
2,572 
7,705 

96,585 


1,982 
215 
902 

1,287 
11,094 




631 

74 

255 

400 

1,604 


1,209 
118 
458 
580 

3,135 


11 
3 

15 
8 

37 


3,162 

168 

121 

135 

16,162 



161 

■«» WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Amencan ^^^^^ 2B.— STATE OF OALIPOaNIl WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 
Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands oj doUars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500| 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part, 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


SHOLSSllE MERCHABTS (oontiOTed) 
Hardware 


26 


i-9,130 


':-2,281 


25.0 


857 


?l,212 


.56 


?3,674 


Hardiare (general linol 
Hardware (snecialty lines) 


6 
18 


7.0O7 
2,123 


1,716 
566 




666 
191 


924 
288 


5 
1 


3,079 
595 


Jewelry and optical goods 


43 


3,062 


937 


30.6 


287 


418 


12 


933 


Jewelry (general line) 

Cloclcs and watches 

DiamondB and other precious stones 

Other Jewelry specialties 

Optical goods 


27 
3 
4 
6 
3 


2,046 

19 

319 

112 

566 


652 

8 

25 

19 

203 




191 

5 

4 

8 

79 


279 

5 

10 

7 

117 


6 
2 
4 


643 

7 

105 

43 

135 


Lmnber and building icaterials (other thaii 
inetal) 


49 


8,053 


2,386 


29.6 


383 


934 


69 


1,491 


Luniber and millwork 
Asbestos products 
Glass 
▲11 othsr 


20 
5 
£ 

16 


3,321 
389 
238 

4,105 


625 

124 

92 

1,545 




157 
42 
27 

157 


309 
56 
62 

507 


22 

10 

8 

29 


991 
104 
115 
281 


Machinery, equipment and supplies (except 
electrical) 


169 


17,510 


4,323 


24.7 


1,324 


2,176 


64 


4.373 


Corarercial machinery, eqp*t, and supplies 
Office equipitent and supplies (except 

furniture) 
Store equipment and supplies 
All other 


27 

11 
3 
13 


2,302 

376 

67 

1,860 


803 

160 

16 

627 




258 

55 

15 

188 


391 

96 

7 

288 


9 
6 
3 


729 

101 

16 

612 


Construction machinery, equiTMnent and 
suTTplies 

Road machinery. and equipment 
All other 


7 
4 
3 


596 
176 
420 


111 
30 
81 




32 

13 
19 


53 
14 
39 


- 


126 
31 
95 


Fanr and dairy Sischinery end eauinment 
Industrial machinery, eqp't, and sunnlles 

Bottles and bottling equipirent 

l-achine tools 

Lechanlcal rubber goods 

Mill end mine supplies (general line) 

All other 


6 

66 

8 

3 

4 

12 

39 


1,048 
6,457 
1,282 
225 
333 
2,101 
2,516 


253 
1,387 

196 
67 
79 

294 

751 




71 
415 
79 
20 
22 
86 
208 


138 
693 

40 

37 

154 

369 


e 

32 
2 

1 

11 
18 


272 
1,557 

211 
79 
69 

553 

645 


Professional equipment and supplies 
Cental 

Surgical, medical and hospital 
All other 


28 

10 

8 

10 


2,860 
492 
420 

1,948 


722 
173 
140 
409 




270 
78 
44 

146 


413 

98 

66 

249 


3 
1 
1 

1 


734 
228 
114 

392 


Service equipment and supplies 
Barber and beauty parlor 
Laundry 
All other 


22 
8 
3 

11 


2,4El 
837 
203 

1,411 


595 
259 
56 
280 




145 
66 
10 
69 


260 
99 
30 

131 


3 
2 

1 


341 
114 
96 
131 


Transportation equipnent and supplies 


13 


1,796 


452 




133 


228 


9 


614 


Ustals (except scrap) 


37 


2,556 


726 


28.4 


186 


388 


37 


944 


Iron and steel 
All other 


27 
10 


2,100 
456 


620 
106 




156 

31 


334 

54 


35 
2 


104 




29 


7,738 


1.604 


20.7 


633 


989 


11 


1,443 


Paper and Its products (general line) 
Psper end its products (specialty lines) 
Stationery and stationery surmlies 
l<all psner 


6 

17 

3 

3 


4,931 

1,033 

1,644 

130 


909 

313 

325 

57 




326 

108 

183 

16 


548 

157 

261 

2? 


3 


939 

230 

247 

27 



162 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF CAlITORinA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included m the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 

■ 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and Citt 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


WBOLclSAlS USRCHABTS (contlmtedl 
Petroleum and ItB nroduots 


7 


¥619 


$294 


47.5 


81 


$134 


$7 


$105 


Plumbing and heating equipment and suppliss 


36 


4,623 


1,309 


28.3 


398 


710 


13 


1,402 


Pipe, valves and fittings 

Pluttbing and heating equipment (general 

llnel 
Stoves and ranges 
All other 

lobaoco and its produota (eicent leafl 


4 

12 

4 

18 

14 


512 

2,526 

262 

1,323 

33,085 


167 

664 

63 

415 

4,211 


12.7 


35 

224 

18 

121 

174 


73 

379 

33 

226 

319 


2 

5 

6 

15 


179 

936 

54 

233 

805 


Waste materials 


27 


1,837 


358 


19.5 


113 


134 


11 


202 


Waste paper, rags and ruilier 
All Other 

All other kinds of business 


5 
22 

116 


941 
896 

16,285 


201 

157 

3,386 


20,8 


62 
51 

1,266 


66 
66 

1,695 


4 

7 

65 


42 

160 

3,693 


Bags and bagging 

Beer 

Books and neriodicals 

Flov/ers and nursery stock 

Forest products (except lumber) 

Leather 

Leather goods 

Hevjspapers and magazines 

Tv'lnes and spirltous liquors 

l.isoellaneous 

E3a>CHTJfflS 


4 

9 

6 

19 

10 

4 

4 

3 

34 

23 

35 


2,905 
622 

352 

4se 

476 

7l8 

537 

1,213 

1,562 

7,412 

15,220 


448 
119 
102 
149 
116 
33 
164 
277 
336 
1,642 

709 


4.7 


236 
36 
29 
60 
43 
11 
74 

151 
64 

552 

141 


322 

62 

53 

60 

60 

15 

113 

210 

113 

687 

336 


26 
2 

3 

1 
10 

2 
14 

7 

9 


539 

50 

86 

33 

52 

45 

•195 

170 

920 

1,603 

875 


Farm products-raw materials 


5 


3,947 


77 


2.0 


18 


41 


1 


712 


Farm oroduots-oonsumer goods 


5 


1,014 


46 


4.7 


6 


19 


1 


17 


General merchandise 


3 


1,750 


122 


7.0 


27 


70 


- 


7 


Groceries and foods (eicept farm products) 


13 


3,576 


151 


4.2 


39 


78 


. 


85 


All other kinds of business 


9 


4,933 


311 


6.3 


49 


128 


7 


54 


Iia>OHIEaS 


106 


42.239 


2.749 


6.5 


494 


1,077 


36 


3.790 




10 


629 


78 


12.4 


32 


40 


3 


H? 


Notions 
iill other 

Farm oroducts-rav materials 


5 
5 

4 


200 
429 

582 


28 
50 

61 


10.5 


12 
20 

11 


17 
23 

33 


2 

1 


46 
103 

24 


Farm supoliea 


3 


4.101 


379 


9.2 


26 


116 


19 


354 


Furniture and house furnishings 


14 


397 


80 


20.2 


24 


35 


5 


100 


China, glassv:are and crockery 

House furnishings (except floor coverings 

and furniture) 
All other 

Groceries and foods (except farm oroducts) 


3 

7 
4 

36 


93 

231 
73 

29,841 


13 

50 
17 

1,700 


5.7 


4 

15 
5 

285 


6 

24 
6 

666 


1 

3 

1 

7 


9 

57 
34 

2,294 


Jewelry and ootical goods 


8 


328 


56 


17.1 


14 


25 


1 


226 


Jewelry (general line) 
Other jewelry snecialtiee 

All ether kinds of business 


3 
5 

31 


159 

169 

6,361 


30 
26 

395 


6.2 


6 

8 

102 


12 

IS 

163 


1 

2 


84 
142 

643 


V. Ines and spiritous liquors 
I'isoellsneous 

LIMITED FmrcTIOK VJHOIESALERS 


6 
25 

31 


297 
6,064 

6.265 


26 
369 

620 


9.9 


7 
95 

152 


15 
14B 

277 


3 

7 


206 

437 

177 


Dry goods 


3 


205 


7 


3.4 


1 


6 


- 


2 


Grooerlep and foods (eicept farm nroduots) 


12 


3,189 


269 


8.4 


100 


163 


4 


163 


Gr_^oe-ies (general line) 
C„..iactionery and soft drinks 
Other food and grocery specialties 


5 
3 
4 


1,398 

1,138 

653 


51 
115 
103 




19 
39 
42 


23 
62 
78 


3 
1 


87 
66 
10 



163 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B.— STATE OF CAMTOHNIi WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AMD KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Ttpe of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


LmiTiD FOMOTIOH vmOLSSnTRRS (continued 
Lumber end building raterisls (other then 
metal) 


6 


S2.663 


$302 


11.3 


36 


J81 


S2 


S - 


All other kinds of business 


10 


208 


42 


20.2 


15 


27 


1 


12 


llAKUFACTraERS' SALES BRANCHES 
•,7ITH STOCKS 


455 


222.633 


37.482 


16.8 


6,596 


12,471 


306 


33,516 


Amusement and sportinp" poods 


9 


2,819 


443 


15.7 


154 


251 


- 


160 


KoTlnf; picture films 
All other 

Automotive nroducts 


5 
4 

26 


2,350 
469 

9,994 


333 
110 

1,586 


15.9 


116 
38 

357 


201 
50 

684 


7 


28 
132 

1,330 


Automobiles and other motor vehicles 
Automotive ecjp't., accessories and oarts 
Tires and tubes 

Chemicals 


6 

12 

8 

27 


3,113 
1,016 
5,865 

10,497 


489 
239 
858 

1,941 


18.5 


126 

87 

144 

504 


223 

112 
349 

788 


5 

2 

12 


545 
237 
546 

1.281 


Industrial chemicals 
Faints and varnishes 
All other 

Clothing and furnishinea 


5 
12 
10 

33 


4,014 
2,213 
4,270 

9,241 


620 
594 
727 

1,182 


12.8 


96 
266 
142 

266 


205 
288 
295 

617 


12 
17 


506 
590 
185 

1.939 


Clothing, rren s and boys' 
iVrnishings ^general line) 
Purnishings, men's end boys' 
Hosiery 
ill other 

Drugs and drug sundries 


7 
6 
7 
7 
6 

17 


3,118 
1,617 
1,557 
1,810 
1,139 

5,741 


172 
272 
262 
204 
272 

1,799 


31.3 


64 
46 
55 
37 
64 

268 


120 
129 
110 
97 
161 

732 


1 

3 
8 
5 


1,101 
241 
213 
136 
246 

479 


Drugs Ispecialty lines) 
Patent medicines 
All other 

Dry goods 


7 
4 
6 

12 


2,917 
1,385 
1,439 

2,206 


1.123 
515 
161 

459 


20.8 


209 
26 
31 

155 


571 

105 

56 

232 


1 
1 

1 


257 

98 

124 

276 


Xnit goods 
Notions 
All other 

Slectrical goods 


3 
5 
4 

31 


339 

1,173 

694 

11,269 


36 
309 
114 

1,579 


14.0 


11 

122 

22 

450 


14 

183 

?5 

874 


1 
3 


78 

116 

82 

1.374 


Electricsl equlTirent and sun-nlies 
Radios and radio equlMnent 

Purnltiire and house furnishings 


27 
4 

16 


8,042 
?,227 

7,102 


1,335 
244 

591 


19.1 


387 
63 

156 


769 
105 

281 


2 
1 

5 


1,202 
172 

681 


Floor coverings 
F\u-niture 

House furnishings (exoent floor coverings 
and furniture) 

Groceries and foods (excent fart nroducts) 


5 
5 

6 

54 


1,292 
1,238 

572 

71,005 


187 
264 

140 

10,536 


14.8 


46 
56 

54 

1,245 


96 
106 

79 

2,397 


1 

4 

205 


354 
231 

96 

13.701 


Confectionery and soft driTJra 

Heats and meat proriuots 

Other fooris ami prooery specialties 

Hardware 


7 

5 

42 

6 


2,397 

6,824 

61,784 

436 


479 

990 

9,069 

119 


27.3 


75 
381 
789 

28 


149 

536 

1,712 

63 


1 

4 

200 


132 

296 

13,271 

316 


Jev.elry and optical goods 


9 


1.351 


503 


37.2 


201 


284 


. 


414 


upticel goods 
ii.ll other 


4 
5 


624 
727 


267 
236 




70 
131 


153 

131 


- 


249 

165 



1S4 



H-flM 

Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table ZB. — STATE OF CALIPORRIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than |500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
Ush- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 


WITH SIOOKSlcontinued) 
lumber and building: materials (other than 
nietall 


12 


v5,429 


$1,030 


19.0 


139 


$338 


?5 


?491 


luirber and tr.ill»ork 
Brick and tile 
ill other 

Lachinery, equinment anc" surmlies (exeert 
electricall 


4 
3 
5 

107 


3,263 

378 
1.788 

18,339 


578 

74 

378 

4,564 


24.9 


39 
18 
82 

1,246 


106 

38 

194 

2,157 


4 

1 

18 


16 
184 
291 

4,147 


Coiraercial machinery, eon't. End suinliea 
Office equiTW.ent and suinlles (eicent 

fumiturel 
ill other 

Construction machinery, eqn't. and 

suTinlies 
Industrial ir^ehinery, eqn't. and supnlies 

Bottles and bottling equipment 

ill other 

Professional equlprcent and supplies 
Surgical, nedical and hospital 
All other 

Service equipment and supplies 
Laundry 
All other 

Other luachinery, equipment end su':iplie8 

Letals (excent sorarj) 


17 

11 
6 

9 
51 

3 
48 

13 
5 
8 

14 
3 

11 

3 
26 


1,644 

1,369 
255 

482 
9.216 
3,721 
5,496 

5,187 

1,601 
3,586 

847 
288 
659 

963 

16,396 


592 

488 

104 

131 

2,426 

921 

1,505 

888 
338 
550 

318 
131 
167 

209 

1,162 


7.1 


269 

241 
28 

34 
537 

93 
444 

242 

66 
176 

94 
40 
54 

70 

308 


372 

322 

50 

74 

1,028 
201 
827 

401 
136 
265 

176 

71 

105 

106 

667 


4 

3 
1 

8 
1 
7 

5 
1 
4 

1 

5 


339 

242 
97 

230 
2,116 

625 
1,491 

752 
214 

538 

281 

76 

205 

429 

1,962 


Iron and steel 

Other Hiatal and metal works 

Paper and its nroducta 


18 
7 

17 


15,324 
1,072 

16,092 


991 
171 

4,695 


29.2 


274 
34 

308 


500 
67 

573 


4 

1 

9 


1.763 
189 

863 


Paper and its nroducts (general line) 
Paner end its products (soecislty lines) 
Stationery and stationery supnlies 

Petroleum and its nroduots 


4 
6 
7 

3 


13,046 

2,108 

939 

370 


3,971 
503 
221 

14 


3.8 


162 
65 
81 

5 


243 
207 
123 

8 


7 
2 


453 
228 
182 

14 


Plumbing and heatiw? equinrcent and suT^olies 


15 


3.115 


791 


25.4 


258 


435 


3 


850 


Pipe, valves and fittings 
All other 

[Tobacco and its products (excerjt leaf) 


3 
12 

6 


852 
2.263 

23,385 


206 
585 

2,268 


9.7 


62 
196 

153 


100 
335 

334 


3 

1 


308 
542 

652 


All other kinds of business 


30 


11,846 


2,218 


18.7 


395 


856 


13 


2,596 


Books and Tioriodioals 

.'orsst T^roducts (except lumberl 

Leather goods 

Liscellfneous 

..IVHOUT srooKS 


4 

6 

3 

17 

123 


756 
2,398 

192 
8,500 

53,351 


302 

273 

60 

1,583 

3,900 


7.3 


78 

36 

11 

270 

793 


151 

129 

20 

556 

1,743 


2 

11 
24 


157 

617 

78 

1,744 

5 


/■4:.usen.ent end snorting goods 


5 


2,09» 


263 


12.5 


86 


144 


- 


- 


Clothing and furnishings 


3 


186 


10 


5.4 


3 


10 


- 


- 


Eru^s inn drug sundries 


4 


553 


198 


35.8 


14 


55 


1 


- 


Lr;' roods 


8 


976 


151 


15.5 


20 


60 


- 


- 


Piece goods 
«11 other 

-iectrical goods 


6 
3 

3 


662 
314 

124 


126 
25 

38 


30.6 


16 
4 

10 


41 
19 

23 


- 


- 



156 

"^ WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American ^^^^^ 2 B.— STATE OF CALIPORHIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All valv£s expressed in thcnisands oj dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

oJ year) 


V.ITHODT STOCKS (continued) 
Piirnlture 8nd house furnishings 


7 


SI, 200 


5100 


8.3 


25 


ft58 


* . 


* _ 


Floor coverings 
All other 

(iroceries and foods (ezcert ftrc products] 


3 
4 

6 


838 
362 

5,586 


73 
27 

876 


15.7 


13 
12 

93 


44 
14 

199 




- 


Kardware 


3 


101 


13 


12.9 


6 


7 


- 


- 


Jev.elrj- and OTitiosl eoods 


4 


1,153 


147 


12.7 


41 


96 


- 


- 


lumber and building uaterials (other than 
metal) 


16 


5,830 


561 


9.6 


121 


265 


. 


5 


Lumber and millwork 

Cement 

til other 

iiachinery, equipment and supplies (except 
eleotrioel) 


6 
3 
7 

23 


2,224 
2,352 
1,254 

9,985 


305 

163 

93 

425 


4.3 


65 
32 
24 

97 


120 
93 
52 

232 


20 


1 
4 


Industrial machinery, equipment and 

supplies 
Transportation equipment and supplies 
Other machinery, equipment and supplies 

llotals (except scran) 


12 
6 
5 

17 


7,143 

2,394 

448 

17,549 


259 
73 
93 

506 


2.9 


64 
14 
19 

126 


162 
37 
33 

284 


20 

1 


- 


Iron and steel 
All other 

Paper and its oroducts 


14 
3 

3 


15,826 
1.723 

395 


400 
106 

27 


6.8 


95 
31 

7 


216 
66 

19 


1 


- 


Plumbing and heating equlcr.ent and supplies 


4 


84 


23 


27.4 


8 


12 


- 


- 


All other kinds of business 


17 


7,530 


562 


7.5 


136 


279 


2 


- 


>.ines end spiritous liquors 
Liscellaneoua 

AG2OTS AHD BROXSRS 

BROKERS 


3 
14 

75 


902 
6,628 

73.624 


141 
421 

1,087 


1.5 


16 
120 

236 


51 
228 

543 


1 
1 

13 


59 


Farm products-raw naterials 


7 


1.469 


62 


4.2 


13 


16 


1 


13 


Grain 

'..ool end itohalr 

Farm products-consumer Roods 


3 
4 

10 


814 
655 

1,381 


38 
24 

54 


3.9 


10 
3 

13 


9 
7 

27 


1 
1 


2 
11 

2 


General merchandise 


4 


4,514 


45 


1.0 


20 


34 


- 


- 


Groceries and foods (excent farm oroducts) 


37 


60,097 


780 


1.3 


158 


424 


10 


36 


lumber and buildir^ materials (other than 
metal) 


5 


635 


79 


12.4 


10 


21 


. 


6 


i^chlnery, equiwr.ent and supplies (except 
electrical ) 


3 


82 


4 


4.9 




1 


1 




All other kinds of business 


9 


5,446 


59 


1.1 


12 


20 


- 


Z 


i.ines and spiritous liquors 
kiscellaneous 

OOllilSSIOS tERCHAHTS 


4 
5 

40 


163 
5,283 

20,368 


8 
51 

1,390 


6.8 


4 

e 

399 


1^ 

789 


9 


2 

535 


Dry goods 


6 


5,393 


164 


3.0 


29 


70 


1 


196 


Farm produots-rav, materials 


6 


1.202 


100 


8.3 


36 


40 


- 


124 


Farm products-consumer goods 


14 


9,258 


919 


y.y 


243 


561 


5 


IJi 


All other kinds of business 


14 


4,515 


207 


4.6 


91 


118 


3 


8S 


SXPORI AGENTS 


14 


3,426 


157 


4.6 


40 


72 


2 


4 


Farm product s-consumier goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 


3 


508 


29 


s.r 


7 10 


- 


4 


4 


1,506 


64 


4.2 


19 


37 


2 


- 


All other kinds of business 


7 


1,410 


64 


4.5 


14 


25 


- 


- 




1 

















156 

"^ WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American Table 2 B.— STATE OF OAlIFORmi WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

{average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 


niOIlT AGEKTS 


14 


S?2,565 


$145 


5.7 


29 


*77 


*1 


$ - 


Farm products-raw materials 


3 


736 


45 


6.1 


14 


35 


- 


- 


Groceries and foods (except farm products! 


7 


1.290 


17 


1.3 


1 


5 


1 


- 


ill other kinds of business 


4 


539 


83 


15.4 


14 


37 




. 


LIAKOTACTURERS' AG2KTS 


320 


28,364 


2,017 


7.1 


535 


857 


56 


869 


Amusement and sporting goods 


17 


1,027 


105 


10.2 


27 


47 


5 


27 


Toys, novelties, and flrev.orks 
All otber 

Autoir.otiTe orodueta 


12 

5 

15 


590 
437 

1,204 


49 
56 

92 


7.6 


11 
16 

30 


14 
33 

44 


3 
2 


18 
9 

23 


Chemicals 


13 


2,256 


87 


3.9 


21 


29 


1 


55 


Industrial chemicals 
All other 

Clothing and furnishings 


7 
6 

45 


1,274 
984 

4.268 


60 
27 

205 


4.8 


17 
4 

45 


23 
6 

70 


1 
5 


55 
12 


Clothing, men's and boys' 

Clothing, women's pnd children's 

Furnishings, men's and boys' 

Hosiery 

i:illinery and millinery sumlies 

All other 

Drugs and drug sundries 


3 
18 
5 
7 
B 
4 

6 


512 
2,146 
500 
403 
417 
290 

.".12 


8 

108 

16 

26 

37 

8 

22 


10.3 


25 
3 

10 
7 

5 


37 

5 

12 

16 

7 


3 
2 

1 


3 

4 

5- 
4 


Dry goods 


36 


5,017 


184 


3.7 


51 


64 


6 


53 


Dry goods (general line) 

Knit goods 

Kotions 

Piece goods 

«.ll other 

jilectrical goods 


3 
7 
5 
16 
5 

21 


137 
668 
575 
3,241 
396 

1,039 


11 
24 
67 
62 
20 

151 


14.5 


5 

3 

22 

16 

5 

50 


6 

6 

34 

30 

8 

67 


2 

4 

1 


2 

2 
23 

1 
35 

36 


Furniture and house furnishing* 


17 


2,012 


128 


6.4 


30 


61 


6 


2 


China, glassv.are and crockery 

Furniture 

nil other 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 


7 
4 
6 

15 


1,;74 
326 
312 

2,666 


67 
36 

25 

152 


5.7 


14 

10 

6 

55 


29 

21 
11 

81 


2 

1 
3 

4 


2 

53 


Confectionerj- and soft drinks 
Other food and grocery specialties 

Hardware 


4 

11 

16 


1,019 
1,647 

1,748 


65 
87 

80 


4.6 


23 
32 

19 


33 
46 

36 


4 
1 


4 
49 

2 


Hsrdv.are (general line) 
Hardv.are (specialty lines! 

Jevelry and critical goods 


4 

12 

14 


563 
1,185 

657 


37 
43 

50 


7.5 


7 
12 

10 


15 
21 

16 


1 

1 


2 

10 


Jev.elry (genertl line) 
All otl-er 

lumber and building materials (other than 
metal! 


8 

6 

4 


338 
319 

214 


22 
28 

24 


11.2 


2 
8 

7 


4 

11 

9 


1 
2 


6 

4 


:.5Chlnery, equlTment end surinlies (exceT«t 
electrical) 


59 


3,287 


611 


15.5 


118 


199 


11 


400 


Corrjerclcl rschlnery, enn't. snd sur^nlies 
Construction raohinery, eouiTT-ent and 
■ sunnlies 

Farm anc dairy machinery and enulnment 
Industrial rachinery, eqtilrment and 

sunrilies 
-ill and mine sunplies (eeiieral line) 
^11 other 


5 

3 
3 

32 

3 
29 


135 

116 
46 

1,843 

30 
1.813 


67 

9 
10 

341 

3 

338 




14 

4 
2 

66 

66 


34 

5 
5 

117 

117 


1 

4 
4 


22 

304 
304 



157 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B. — STATE OF OAIIFORinA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $600) 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 

employees 

(average) 


Pat Roll 




State and City 

TrPE OF Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


UAHUFAOIUREHS' AGEHTS (continued! 
Baohinery, eqaipnient and supplies (continued! 
Transportation equipnent and supplies 
Railroad equipment and supplies 
All other 

Other machinery, equipment and supolles 

Ketals (except scrap! 


10 
4 
6 

6 

10 


:S926 

821 
107 

219 

359 


^0 
15 
25 

44 

34 


9.5 


9 
3 
6 

23 

7 


^20 

1 

13 

18 

15 


?5 
5 

1 
7 


$8 
3 
5 

66 

19 


Iron and steel 

Other metal and metal works 

Paper and its products 


7 

3 

7 


295 
64 

186 


24 

10 

4 


2.2 


4 

3 


10 
5 


5 
2 


15 
4 


Plumbing and heating equiTMnent and sunplies 


11 


635 


41 


6.5 


11 


16 


. 


83 


All other kinds of business 


18 


1,574 


147 


9.3 


49 77 


7 


80 


Leather goods 
Klscellsneous 

SELLIHG AGEETS 


6 
12 

30 


611 
963 

13.117 


92 
55 

1,059 


8.1 


36 
13 

306 


56 
21 

507 


2 
5 

11 


76 
4 

1.178 


Dry poods 


5 


2,492 


47 


1.9 


10 


34 


- 


- 


Groceries and foods (eioent farm Tiroauctsl 


7 


4,827 


160 


3.3 


36 


50 


3 


34 


Lumber and building materials (other than 
n.etall 


9 


2,211 


219 


9.9 


44 


125 


4 


15 


Lumber and millwork 
ill other 

All other kinds of business 


6 
3 

9 


2,166 
45 

3,587 


199 
20 

633 


17.6 


40 
4 

216 


110 
15 

298 


4 
4 


15 
1,129 


0TH3E AGEOTS 


4 


1.376 


177 


12.9 


57 


97 


2 


197 


ALL OIHES TTP33 
BDLK TiiMK SIAIIOHS (cetroleum) 


20 


48,651 


3,485 


7.2 


708 


1,415 


11 


531 


CHAIM STOHE .v^JiEHOUSES 


5 


4.134 


312 


7.5 


91 


138 


2 


280 


ASsaiBLERs am cokshy buyers 


10 


18,912 


556 


2.9 


123 


285 


5 


6.331 


Farm products-consumer goods 


6 


1,457 


104 


7.1 


19 


42 


4 


40 


Dairy and poultry products 
All other 

Groceries and foods (except farm products! 


3 
4 


923 
534 

17,465 


70 
34 

452 


2.6 


S 
11 

104 


23 

19 

243 


3 
1 

1 


24 
16 

6.291 


OOOPERAIIYE llARKETIKG ASSOOIATIOHS 


12 


11.883 


903 


7.6 


263 


450 


26 


1.E75 




CI 


TIES OF 100, 


000 populat: 


ON Al 


ID OVER 








LONG BEACH 


172 


16,495 


2,854 


17.3 


935 


1,361 


41 


1,415 


Wholesalers nroper 
Manufacturers' sales branches X/ 
All other types 2/ 


145 
15 
12 


12,522 
1,705 
2,668 


2,004 
280 
570 


16.0 
21.5 
21.4 


722 

108 
105 


1,030 
141 
190 


39 
2 


1,210 

131 

74 


WHOLESALERS PHOPER 

Amusement and STiortliiP ^oods 

Automotive products 

Chemicals 

iilectrical goods 

Farm products-consumer goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products! 


3 

20 

3 

6 

34 

21 


20 

704 

282 

349 

2,421 

2,436 


8 

225 

73 

78 

546 

174 


40.0 
32.1 
25.9 
22.3 
22.6 
7.1 


2 

87 
27 
23 
206 
74 


4 

129 

37 

42 

303 
93 


1 
10 

7 
4 
1 


13 
129 
37 
54 
23 
175 



168 

'"" WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American table 2B. STATE OF OillFOSKIi WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands oj dollars) 

|An (X; in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500| 









Total Expenses 




Pat Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State and Citt 




Per- 
cent 
of 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand {end 


Kind of Business 


Ush- 




Amount 


{average) 


Total 


of year) 




ments 






sales 










:.-HCLJ3^ES3 PSOPSJi (continued) 


















I.:achinor;', eiuirirent and sUTir>lies (except 


















eleotricsll 


22 


21,678 


■264 


15.7 


66 


f-VB 


■ 4 


'^297 


r-f.^ier nr.d Ite nr'^f'ncts 


^ 


214 


?e 


17. e 


11 


le 


- 


27 


F"trol«iirT snd ?ts nrodtxts 


4 


450 


37 


8.2 


l? 


26 


1 


6 


Flinibine end heatlnp equlnir.ent and simnlies 


7. 


1S4 


.'7 


24.0 


17 


17 


1 


16 


rob£.cco end its '>rodncts (excent lecf) 


4 


2,467 


96 


:'.9 


12 


51 


_ 


51 


..i st9 r Eterlr.ls 


7 


2P0 


67 


23.9 


75 


70 


j( 


22 


«11 other kinds of business i/ 


16 


1,067 


360 


?3.7 


1C7 


142 


7 


364 


:^.-UF«c.'UU3' ■ii.i.-za ?Si.:;cr3s i/ 


















Cher:.icals 


3 


52 


27 51.9 


8 


13 




11 


Groceries end foods I except f&rn. oroductsi 


5 


1,002 


159 


15.9 


50 


79 


- 


31 


»11 other kinds of business i/ 


7 


251 


94 


37.6 


50 


49 


- 


89 


OiXUM) 


469 


74,647 


12,447 


16.7 


?,924 


5,790 


162 


7,567 


..holestlers nroner 


364 


35,S41 


7,451 


20.7 


2,526 


3,656 


174 


4,439 


Manufacturers sties brunches 


61 


10,880 


2,026 


18.6 


673 


1,015 


12 


1,794 


^fre:its und brokers 


32 


5,412 


432 


8.0 


120 


203 


8 


40 


all other types 


22 


22,414 


2,639 


11.3 


603 


616 


8 


1,294 


..HCLiiSJJiilS PflOl-il 


















iji.useiT-ent tnd sporting foods 


4 


84 


25 


29.8 


12 


10 


. 


36 


toUton.otive products 


37 


1,437 


419 


29.2 


160 


224 


7 


350 


Ohen icols 


6 


803 


262 


32.6 


BO 


136 


S 


155 


Clothinp 6nd furnishings 


3 


127 


23 


18.1 


S 


9 


1 


20 


Drugs end dr«f sundries 


6 


1,166 


175 


15.0 


48 


82 


- 


263 


Lry foods 


5 


338 


26 


7.7 


9 


14 


1 


108 


alectricfal Roods 


11 


1,445 


306 


21.1 


88 


145 


4 


268 


Ferr nroducts-consujrer roods 


52 


6,984 


1,924 


27.5 


610 


965 


27 


133 


Furniture snd house furnishin.rs 


7 


224 


79 


35.3 


28 


47 


6 


4S 


lirocerles and foods (exceut fsrir* nroducts) 


84 


10,516 


1,478 


14.1 


499 


705 


23 


782 


Jev-elr;/ '-nd o-^tical eoodfl 


4 


77 


34 


44.2 


1? 


18 


1 


15 


luirber end bulldlnp neterif Is lother than 


















retail 


16 


1,970 


684 


S4.7 


258 


W6 


19 


577 


lachinery, enuinrent and suritilies (excent 


















electrical) 


fa 


1,214 


425 


35.0 


158 


222 


I? 


349 


totals (excent screnl 


7 


663 


137 


21.0 


32 


42 


2 


198 


Ptper and its T^roducts 


11 


1,330 


288 


21.7 


90 


158 


4 


190 


Petroleurr and its riroducts 


3 


155 


18 


11.6 


8 


8 


1 


9 


Pluir.bini^ and heating equipn;ent and sunnlies 


12 


1,095 


302 


27.6 


96 


140 


3 


367 


Tobacco and its nroducts (except leafi 


4 


2,246 


102 


4.5 


42 


59 


1 


93 


<,aste nsterlala 


14 


483 


125 


25.9 


52 


62 


6 


128 


*.ll other kinds of business a/ 


37 


3,593 


620 


17.3 


236 


218 


10 


351 


ll^TIFAOTUBiBS' SilES EiiiUCHES 


















*,utorriotiTe products 


7 


1,090 


251 


23.0 


96 


127 


- 


257 


Chemicals 


3 


1,187 


294 


24.8 


57 


122 


- 


226 


Groceries ajid foods (except larTi products) 


12 


4,384 


680 


13.2 


186 


309 


3 


176 


nardv.are 


3 


139 


S2 


37.4 


23 


2S 


1 


13 


lu:i>oer end uuilding ii£terial6 (other than 


















rretall 


8 


1,322 


126 


9.6 


36 


65 


S 


145 


t.achinery, equlpi,ent and supnlies (except 


















electrloall 


16 


1,638 


478 


29.2 


166 


251 


2 


663 


I-etals (except scrap) 


3 


679 


64 


9.4 


12 


26 


1 


271 


Paper end its products 


3 


61 


7 


11.5 


3 


5 


- 


" 


All other kinds of business ^ 


6 


380 


173 


45.5 


76 


85 


"" 


43 



169 



^ '"" , WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

A Til pn OjiTi 

Table 2B STATE OF OALIFOMIU WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 




Total Expenses 


Full-time 


Pay Roll 




State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 
Kind of Business 


estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Amount 


employees 

(average) 


Total 


Part- 
time 


hand (end 
of year) 


AKEHTS iMD BROKERS 


















Farm products-consumer goods 


18 


$2,780 


$271 


9.7 


78 


$142 


«6 


$21 


Limber and building materials (other than 


















metal) 


3 


16 


4 


25.0 


2 


1 


. 


1 


All other kinds of business jj 


11 


2,616 


157 


6.0 


40 


60 


2 


le 


iU. OTHER lYPSS 


















Petroleum and Its products 


14 


10,744 


1,828 


17.0 


330 


602 


6 


608 


All other kinds of business fi/ 


e 


11,670 


711 


6.1 


273 


314 


2 


686 


SAK DIEGO 


249 


40,985 


6,825 


16.7 


2,366 


3,511 


94 


3,885 


iVholesalers proper 


199 


26,854 


4,721 


17.6 


1,890 


2,682 


82 


3,141 


llanufscturers' sales branches 


24 


2,619 


567 


21.6 


169 


255 


3 


285 


Agents and brokers S./ 


9 


713 


34 


4.6 


9 


15 


. 




All other types 


17 


10,799 


1,503 


13.9 


298 


559 


9 


459 


UHOLESAIERS PROPER 


















Automotive products 


17 


2,058 


544 


26.4 


239 


307 


1 


• 397 


Chemicals 


9 


406 


141 


34.7 


43 


B8 


3 


215 


Erufrs and druf? sundries 


4 


1,200 


103 


8.6 


55 


67 


. 


189 


31ectrioal Roods 


12 


2,254 


159 


7.1 


76 


82 


• 


131 


Farm products-consumer poods 


36 


5,607 


1,389 


24.8 


561 


857 


35 


81 


Farm sunnlios 


3 


267 


32 


12.0 


11 


17 


1 


30 


Groceries and foods (except farm nroduotsi 


43 


7,378 


973 


13.2 


376 


533 


16 


794 


Lumber and building materials (other than 


















metal) 


9 


279 


79 


28. 3 


26 


41 


2 


106 


ilachinery, equltsrent and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


23 


750 


217 


28.9 


77 


101 


6 


233 


Petroleum and Its products 


10 


473 


127 


26.8 


48 


54 


1 


32 


Plumbing and heating equlprrjent and sunplles 


4 


845 


194 


22.9 


78 


136 


10 


310 


•itste materials 


4 


138 


41 


29.7 


. 22 


18 


1 


23 


All other kinds of bnsirtess Ifl/ 


25 


5,193 


722 


13.9 


278 


411 


6 


600 


llANnFA0TUR3RS' SALES BRAMCHES 


















Groceries and foods (except farm products) 


8 


1,637 


252 


15.4 


72 


127 


1 


113 


I-achinery, equipment and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


5 


127 


50 


39.4 


23 


28 


1 


51 


All other kinds of business 11/ 


11 


855 


265 


31.0 


74 


100 


1 


121 


AIL OTHSS lYPBS 


















Petroleum and its products 


11 


4,065 


973 


23.9 


160 


330 


3 


193 


Jill other kinds of business i2/ 


6 


6,734 


530 


7.9 


138 


229 


6 


266 


CI 


TIES OF 


50,000 TO 1( 


0,000 POPUL. 


JIIOH 










BERKELEY 


35 


2,025 


568 


28.0 


177 


276 


12 


297 


T.holesalers nroper 


25 


769 


251 


32.6 


84 


117 


11 


65 


I.-anufccturers* sales branches J^/ 


7 


1,081 


287 


26.5 


87 


148 


. 


230 


Jill other types 1^/ 


3 


'175 


30 


17.1 


6 


11 


1 


2 






















160 



12-«»-fl 

Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF OAIIFOHNIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{AU valv£S expressed in thoasaruis of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 









Total Expenses 




Pay Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (end 


Kind op Business 


lish- 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 




ments 






sales 










WHOLESALERS PROPER 


















AutomotiTe products 


6 


iS6 


S33 


38.4 


12 


■?19 


i - 


yi5 


Chemicals 


3 


286 


92 


32.2 


28 


44 


4 


21 


Farm products-consumer goods 


6 


194 


49 


25.3 


20 


18 


1 


4 


Groceries snd foods (except farm orodiwts) 


3 


75 


14 


18.7 


5 


6 


2 


3 


ii.ll other kinds of business is/ 


7 


128 


63 


49.2 


19 


30 


4 


22 


5BESN0 


181 


27,068 


4,192 


15.5 


1,124 


1,832 


133 


2,029 


V.holesalers prOT^er 


129 


14,067 


2,348 


16.7 


746 


1,069 


35 


1,502 


Usnufooturers' sales branches 


24 


2,552 


421 


16.5 


120 


194 


4 


209 


Ag-ents snd brokers !£/ 


7 


638 


124 


19.4 


25 


62 


17 


64 


All other types 


21 


9,831 


1,299 


13.2 


233 


507 


77 


254 


ITKOLSSALERS PROPSR 


















Automotive products 


11 


531 


183 


74.5 


59 


97 


3 


170 


illectrloal poods 


8 


165 


28 


17.0 


13 


15 


- 


42 


Farm products-consuirer goods 


."7 


2.244 


653 


29.1 


219 


260 


14 


52 


Farm supplies 


1 


178 


19 


10.7 


8 


9 


- 


9 


Groceries and foods (except farm products) 


2? 


5,074 


466 


9.2 


148 


226 


4 


88 


Hardware 


3 


317 


112 


35.3 


33 


51 


1 


162 


laohlnerj-, equir)ir,ent and sui^ulias (except 


















electrical! 


7 


222 


68 


30.6 


29 


41 


- 


83 


Plumbing and heating equipment and supplies 


3 


172 


42 


24.4 


9 


15 


- 


41 


iobaooo snd its products (exoeit leafl 


5 


1,120 


51 


4.6 


19 


31 


- 


65 


.(sste materials 


3 


268 


55 


20.5 


24 


26 


- 


50 


All other kinds of business 17/ 


26 


3,776 


671 


17.8 


185 


299 


13 


740 


MANUFACIIEERS' SALES BRANCHES 


















Groceries and foods (except farm products 1 


7 


1,753 


176 


10.0 


49 


85 


3 


64 


Lumber and building materials (other than 


















me tall 


3 


96 


15 


15.3 


3 


9 


- 


37 


iichinery, equipment snd supplies (except 


















electrical 1 


6 


170 


77 


45.3 


42 


53 


- 


53 


All other kinds of business iS/ 


e 


531 


153 


26.8 


26 


47 


1 


55 


AIL OTHER TYPES 


















Farm products-consumer goods 


10 


1,183 


283 


23.9 


15 


91 


70 


18 


Petroleum and its products 


e 


2,515 


709 


28.2 


175 


317 


3 


lOS 


All other kinds of business ^/ 


3 


6,133 


307 


5.0 


43 


99 


4 


127 


GLEHDALE 


59 


3.849 


908 


23,6 


274 


414 


14 


257 


7,holesalers prOT>er 


38 


2,003 


326 


16.3 


118 


162 


7 


224 


lianufecturers' sales brsnches 20/ 


7 


125 


91 


72,8 


41 


48 


1 


6 


All other tynes 


14 


1,721 


491 


28.5 


115 


204 


6 


27 


V.HOLESALERS PROPER 


















automotive products 


8 


382 


122 


31.9 


46 


73 


1 


76 


Chemicals 


4 


117 


41 


35.0 


12 


14 


■ . 


19 


Fenr products-consuner goods 


4 


162 


25 


15.4 


9 


12 


4 


2 


Groceries and foods (except ftrm products) 


7 


196 


51 


26.0 


12 


19 


1 


56 


L-achinery, equiocent and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


5 


78 


23 


29.5 


6 


7 


- 


12 


All other kinds of business ^/ 


10 


1.068 


64 


6.0 


33 


37 


1 


59 



"^ WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Amencan Table 2B. STATE OF OAlIfOaXli. WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

(An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 









Total Expenses 




Pat Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State and Citt 




Per- 
cent 
of 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand {end 


Kind of Business 


Ush- 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 




ments 






sales 










ALL OTHER TYPES 


















Farm products-consumer gooda 


6 


674 


$313 


46.4 


89 


|162 


Sfi 


«1 


ill other kinds of business 22/ 


8 


1,047 


178 


17.0 


26 


42 


- 


26 


PASADENA 


68 


9.218 


1,346 


14.6 


362 


596 


43 


60S 


Wholesalers proper 


59 


6.881 


875 


12.7 


278 


453 


30 


549 


lienufaoturers' sales branohss 52/ 


4 


86 


32 


37.2 


10 


14 


3 


8 


All other types ^/ 


5 


2. 251 


439 


19.5 


74 


129 


10 


46 


WROI^SAIStS PROPER 


















AntODiOtive products 


12 


352 


138 


39.2 


50 


73 


1 


64 


Fane products-consumer goods 


7 


492 


109 


22.2 


27 


43 


6 


14 


Furniture and house furnishings 


3 


14 


4 


28.6 


1 


1 


- 


2 


Groceries and foods (except fano products) 


14 


4,179 


271 


6.5 


97 


139 


3 


252 


Machinery, equipment and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


3 


212 


26 


12.3 


8 


14 


- 


34 


All other lands of business ifi/ 


ZO 


1,632 


327 


20.0 


95 


183 


20 


183 


SlCEAiraiTO 


172 


48.060 


5,952 


12.4 


1.801 


2,909 


115 


4,-180 


Vholesalsra proper 


117 


20,317 


3,537 


17.4 


1,097 


1,699 


98 


3,108 


Manufacturers' sales branches 


25 


5.077 


695 


13.7 


199 


320 


8 


427 


Agents and brokers 


e 


1,633 


110 


6.7 


28 


62 


3 


9 


All other types 


22 


21,033 


1,610 


7.7 


477 


828 


12 


636 


WHOLESAISiS IROPEB 


















AutomotiTe products 


11 


908 


263 


29.0 


78 


126 




200 


Chemicals 


3 


512 


136 


26.6 


44 


52 




119 


Electrical products 


3 


443 


94 


21.2 


20 


41 




56 


Farffi products-raw irateriels 


3 


197 


17 


8,6 


3 


4 




13 


Farm products-constmer goods 


17 


3.259 


933 


28.6 


212 


385 


81 


81 


ttroceries and foods (except farm products) 


33 


6,340 


665 


10.5 


241 


355 




728 


Machinery, equipment and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


9 


351 


115 


32.8 


31 


55 




86 


Paper and its products 


3 


822 


173 


21.0 


59 


90 




166 


Tobacco and its products (except leaf) 


6 


2,196 


96 


4.4 


34 


58 


- 


121 


Waste materials 


9 


231 


88 


38.1 


32 


38 


1 


72 


All other Iclnds of business 2&/ 


20 


5,058 


957 


18.9 


343 


495 


2 


1,466 


i:aiiufactdrers' sales bramohes 


















Srooeries and foods (except farm products) 


6 


2,245 


291 


13.0 


65 


109 


- 


195 


Lumber and building materials (other than 


















metal ) 


3 


216 


18 


8.3 


4 


11 


" 


~ 


^chinery, equipment and supplies (except 


















electrical) 


4 


152 


53 


34.9 


35 


40 


" 


28 


All other kinds of business 21/ 


12 


2.464 


333 


13.5 


95 


160 


2 


204 


AGSNTS ABC BBOEESS 


















Fane products-consumer goods 


3 


590 


95 


16.1 


24 


53 


- 


3 


All other kinds of business ifl/ 


5 


1,043 


15 


1.4 


4 


9 


3 


6 


ALL OTHER ITPES 


















Farm products-consumer goods 


7 


13,267 


452 


3.4 


167 


295 


7 


56 


All other kinds of business IS./ 


15 


7,766 


1,158 


14.9 


310 


533 


5 


580 



Census of 
American 
Business 



162 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B. — STATE OF OAlIFORIfU WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU valves expressed in thousavds of doUars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500| 









Total Expenses 




Pay Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State ajjd City 




Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Parir 
time 


hand {end 


Kind of Business 


lish- 
ments 




Amount 


{average) 


Total 


of year) 


^i^ JOSE 


113 


$26,815 


4:5.666 


21.1 


1.865 


S2,077 


$80 


$3,221 


iVholesalers proper 


77 


10,367 


1,670 


16.1 


624 


809 


53 


1,469 


ilanufacturers' sales branches 


15 


2,037 


222 


10.9 


82 


118 


2 


42 


jtgents and brokers 52/ 


3 


251 


27 


10.8 


11 


20 


6 


17 


ill other typea 


18 


14,160 


3.747 


26.5 


1,146 


1,130 


19 


1,693 


WHOLSSAlERS reOPSR 


















jiutomotlTe prodncts 


11 


841 


206 


24.5 


62 


87 


1 


105 


Electrical goods 


S 


161 


56 


30.9 


21 


27 




34 


Faru products-consumer goods 


5 


741 


136 


18.4 


50 


76 


1 


37 


Groceries End foods (oicept farm products) 


17 


5,061 


722 


14.3 


295 


334 


32 


765 


lumber and buildine materials (other than 


















metal) 


6 


479 


125 


26.1 


37 


61 


13 


97 


Uachinary, equipment end supplies (except 


















electrical 1 


5 


94 


21 


22.3 


7 


11 


_ 


31 


Paper and Its nroducts 


3 


520 


106 


20.4 


31 


53 


1 


106 


Plumbing and heating equipment and supolles 


3 


192 


35 


18.2 


10 


14 


1 


39 


Waste materials 


3 


158 


37 


23.4 


26 


21 


» 


51 


All other kinds of business 31/ 


21 


2,100 


226 


10.8 


85 


125 


4 


204 


MAMTPiCTURERS' SALES PRAJTCHES 


















Groceries and foods (eioent farm nroducta) 


8 


1,459 


140 


9.6 


44 


75 


1 


30 


lumber and building materials (other than 


















ir«tall 


3 


462 


48 


10.4 


13 


28 


_ 


_ 


All other kinds of business 52/ 


4 


116 


34 


29.3 


25 


15 


1 


12 


ALL OTHER TYPES 


















Fane products-consumer goods 


7 


3,214 


355 


11.0 


117 


145 


17 


29 


All other kinds of business 52/ 


11 


10,946 


3,392 


31.0 


1,031 


985 


2 


1,664 


CITJ 


ES OP 2( 


,000 TO 50, ( 


00 POPOIATK 


N 










Al.fti™* 


9 


1.205 


320 


26.6 


75 


131 


2 


73 


Wholesalers proper 


4 


137 


54 


39.4 


22 


32 


2 


7 


All other types 


5 


1,068 


266 


24.9 


53 


99 


- 


66 


Petroleum end its products 


4 


1,055 


259 


24.5 


52 


97 


_ 


63 


All other kinds of business 


5 


150 


61 


40.7 


23 


34 


2 


10 


A1.HAMRR^ 


20 


1,593 


249 


15.6 


74 


95 


1 


119 


liholeselers nroper 


14 


700 


116 


16.6 


48 


48 


1 


96 


All other types 


6 


893 


133 


14.9 


26 


47 


- 


23 


BAKIESFIEUI 


62 


6,784 


1.005 


17.4 


352 


457 


8 


526 


Wholesalers oroper 


34 


2,903 


562 


19.4 


258 


296 


7 


371 


All other types 


18 


2,681 


443 


15.4 


94 


161 


1 


155 


Farm -Droduots-consumer goods 


6 


599 


234 


39.1 


146 


136 


_ 


4 


Groceries and foods (exceot farm nroducta) 


11 


2,157 


178 


8.3 


59 


87 


3 


170 .^ 


Petroleum and its nroducts 


12 


1,486 


335 


22.5 


59 


109 


1 


59 


All other kinds of business 


S3 


1,542 


258 


16.7 


89 


125 


4 


293 


BSLVEDSRE TOTTreHIP 


9 


140 


40 


28.6 


20 


21 


- 


2 



169 



^ "^ , WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

American 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF CALITORHIi WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 
Business 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

{AU valines expressed in thousands 0} dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 





Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Net sales 


Total Expenses 


Full-time 
employees 

(average) 


Pay Roll 




State and City 

Ttpe of Establishment 

Kind of Business 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Total 


Part- 
time 


Stocks on 

hand (end 

of year) 


CIT] 


E3 OF 2( 


,000 TO 50, ( 


00 POPOLAII 


m (o( 


ntizmed) 








HUSTINGTOH PAHK 


27 


$2,881 


$415 


14.4 


166 


$201 


f6 


«541 


Wholesalers proper 
All other types 


21 

6 


2,269 
612 


328 
87 


14.5 

14.2 


143 
23 


170 

31 


5 
1 


446 
95 


Petroleum and its prodnots 
All other kinds of business 


3 
24 


860 
2,021 


98 
317 


11.4 
15.7 


25 
141 


43 
158 


1 
5 


7 
534 


POMOKA 


36 


6,545 


1,122 


17.1 


280 


453 


167 


152 


Wholesalers »>roT)er 
All other types 


16 
20 


696 
5,849 


97 
1,025 


13.9 
17.5 


30 
250 


44 

409 


3 
164 


68 
84 


Farm products-oonsiioer goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 

Pstrolevan and its products 

All other kinds of business 


e 

6 

11 
11 


4,264 
534 

1,332 
415 


761 
68 

246 
47 


17.8 
12.7 
18.5 
11.3 


191 
19 
52 
18 


308 
32 
91 
22 


165 
1 

1 


12 
44 
52 
44 


BIOHtOKD 


6 


550 


154 


23.7 


36 


53 


1 


29 


RIVERSIDE 


31 


10.714 


1.452 


l?t* 


380 


787 


334 


fiK7 


Wholesalers nroper 
All other types 


12 
19 


4,422 
6,292 


400 
1,052 


9.0 
16.7 


182 
198 


241 
546 


18 

316 


-360 
297 


Farm products-consumer goods 

Groceries and foods (eacoept farm products) 

All other kinds of business 


15 
8 
6 


5,774 

4,323 

617 


942 
331 
179 


16.3 

7.7 

29.0 


186 

140 

54 


499 

211 

77 


317 

15 

2 


261 

309 

73 


SAS BERNAEBIHO 


62 


7,222 


1,302 


16.0 


392 


564 


27 


569 


Viholesalers proper 
All other types 


43 
14 


4,302 
2,920 


593 
709 


13.8 
24.3 


226 
164 


292 
272 


16 
11 


466 

lis 


Farm products-consumer goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 

Petroleum and its products 

All other kinds of business 


11 

15 

7 

29 


1,263 
2,386 
1,791 
1,762 


296 
278 
442 
286 


23.1 

11.7 
24.7 
16.2 


105 
99 
83 

105 


146 
136 
146 
134 


13 
6 
3 
5 


25 
216 

61 
267 


SAHTA AHA 


47 


5,508 


742 


13.5 


326 


3S1 


11 


492 


Wholesalers proper 
All other types 


30 
17 


2,699 
2,809 


429 
313 


15.9 
11.1 


178 
146 


209 
122 


5 
6 


387 
105 


Farm produots-consumer goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 

Petroleum and its products 

All other kinds of business 


3 
11 

6 
27 


304 
3,072 

640 
1,492 


46 
255 

173 
268 


15.1 

8.3 

27.0 

18.0 


87 

83 

36 

120 


21 
120 

65 
125 


3 
6 

2 


6 

21s 

31 

240 


SAIITA BARBAHA 


65 


4.988 


1.078 


21.6 


433 


466 


11 


442 


Wholesalers proper 
All other types 


44 

21 


2,687 
2,301 


518 
560 


19.3 
24.3 


166 
267 


244 
222 


5 
6 


347 
95 


Farm products-consumer goods 

Groceries and foods (except farm products) 

Petroleum and its products 

All other kinds of business 


13 
10 
14 
26 


1,193 

1,289 

1,586 

920 


310 
185 
404 
179 


26.0 
14.4 
25.5 
19.5 


236 
57 
79 

61 


150 
90 

143 
83 


2 
3 
6 


12 
196 

77 
157 



■^ WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

Amencan ^^^^^^^ 2b.-^tate of oaiiforiiu wholesale traob by type of establishment and kind of business 

Businegg 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thousands of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 









Total Expenses 




Pay Roll 






Num- 
ber of 






Full-time 








State and City 




Per- 
cent 
of 






Stocks on 


Type of Establishment 


estab- 


Net sales 




employees 




Part- 
time 


hand (end 


Kind of Business 


lish- 




Amount 


(average) 


Total 


of year) 




ments 






sales 










cn 


lES OP 


0,000 TO 50 


000 popotat 


:oir { 


ontinued) 








SANTA IlONICl 


36 


$3,128 


5635 


20.3 


176 


$248 


p 


$281 


Wholesalers proper 


26 


1,101 


254 


23.1 


86 


100 


7 


87 


All other types 


10 


2,027 


381 


18.8 


90 


148 


2 


194 


Farm products-consumer goods 


5 


96 


38 


38.8 


9 


10 


1 


1 


Groceries and foods (except farm products) 


9 


1,416 


178 


12.6 


69 


86 


6 


136 


Petroleum and its products 


6 


1,122 


254 


22.6 


39 


75 


2 


35 


All other Idnds of business 


16 


492 


165 


33.5 


69 


77 


~ 


109 


STOCKTON 


132 


20,940 


3.095 


14.8 


1.096 


1.550 


23 


3.077 


iVholeseiers proper 


93 


10,340 


1.625 


15.7 


624 


753 


14 


1,636 


All other types 


39 


10,600 


1.470 


13.9 


571 


797 


9 


1,442 


Farm products-raw materials 


4 


3,562 


79 


2.2 


15 


28 


- 


360 


Farm products-consumer goods 


27 


2,255 


482 


21.4 


213 


255 


2 


331 


Groceries and foods (except farm products) 


29 


6,115 


701 


11.5 


314 


383 


2 


821 


Petroleum and Its products 


18 


2,767 


643 


23.2 


130 


267 


6 


120 


All other kinds of business 


54 


6,241 


1,190 


19.1 


423 


617 


13 


1,445 


CI 


TIES OF 


6,000 TO 20 


000 POPDLAI 


Ott Si 


/ 








Total 


9S1 


144,774 


26,415 


18.2 


7,546 


11.630 


2.430 


6.113 


ALBAOT 


2 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


AUABEm 


25 


4,905 


902 


18.4 


333 


521 


126 


140 


ARCADIA 


3 


266 


57 


21.4 


19 


31 


10 


11 


BEU 


3 


52 


23 


44.2 


8 


12 


2 


17 


BEVERl-r HILLS 


5 


1,886 


530 


28.1 


151 


244 


5 


101 


BRAV71BT 


19 


3,406 


735 


21.6 


66 


278 


155 


115 


bdrbahk 


35 


2,655 


572 


21.5 


163 


254 


4 


271 


BURLINGAME 


5 


1.021 


183 


17.9 


30 


51 


1 


34 


CATf-XIOO 


9 


573 


163 


28.4 


37 


51 


4 


25 


CHICO 


16 


1,673 


282 


16.9 


62 


94 


4 


92 


CHOLTON 


16 


1,683 


320 


19.0 


85 


149 


14 


122 


COIbPION 


6 


179 


53 


29.1 


12 


22 


1 


14 


COROKA 


10 


1,262 


565 


46.4 


393 


308 


19 


' 38 


COaOHAEO 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


CDlVia CITY 


13 


899 


161 


17.9 


32 


43 


2 


43 


EL OEUTHO 


47 


6,888 


1,616 


23.5 


269 


624 


199 


595 


EUREKA 


32 


3,167 


426 


13.5 


105 


177 


5 


313 


FOLIEHION 


19 


8,176 


958 


11.7 


572 


655 


127 


102 


GAHDENA 


3 


66 


18 


27.3 


7 


8 


- 


16 


HABFOED 


9 


638 


150 


23.5 


34 


61 


3 


47 


HAWTHORHB 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(XI 


HAYWiED 


14 


1,740 


417 


24.0 


101 


203 


51 


64 


IKGLEWOGD 


7 


405 


92 


22.7 


14 


29 


2 


31 


lODI 


12 


1,335 


309 


23.1 


59 


126 


32 


65 


LYmVOOD 


6 


83 


15 


18.1 


4 


6 


1 


6 


MARTINEZ 


10 


899 


170 


18.9 


22 


47 


4 


16 


lARYSVILLE 


15 


1,376 


287 


20.9 


67 


109 


6 


111 


ISAYTOOD 


3 


168 


11 


6.5 


4 


6 


1 


14 


V3BLCSD 


15 


736 


200 


27.2 


66 


83 


14 


70 


MODESTO 


58 


6,301 


1,137 


18.0 


426 


485 


42 


672 


liOHPOTIA 


9 


2,051 


237 


11.6 


68 


89 


1 


49 


KOSEBSUO 


5 


292 


110 


37.7 


36 


50 


- 


23 


MONTEREY PARK 


22 


724 


203 


28.0 


56 


88 


3 


78 


KAPA 


20 


2,143 


508 


23.7 


163 


221 


4 


222 


KATIOKAl OUT 


5 


243 


79 


32.5 


12 


41 


20 


41 



166 



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American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2 B.— STATE OF OAIIPORKIA WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 
{All values expressed in thousands of doUars) 



[An (X) in column Indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 



State and City 

Tt1>e of Establishment 

KiNb dF Business 



Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



015 I3S OF ! ,000 TO 20,(i00 POPUUTKiN (cintlnnod) 



Total Expenses 



Pat Roll 



Net sales 



Amount 



Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 



Full-time 

employees 

{average) 



Total 



Part- 
time 



Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 



OHTtRIO 

OiUNOE 

OKHARE 

PACIFIC Gaova 

PALO ilJIO 

PDTALQliiA 

PIMSBLEG 

PORTEaVILLE 

REDLASDS 

REaWHDC BSAdfe 

aEDViOOD CITY 

ROSETILLE 

SALINAS 

SAIT BUESA73KrUIlA 

SAW FERIIAKDO 

SAH GABRIEL 

SAH lEATORO 

SAN LUIS OBISPO 

SAK :.'^E0 

SAl' RAFAEL 

SABTA OLAXA 

SANTA 0nU3 

SABTA KAEIA 

SAIfTA PAlh^ 

BiiKTi E03A 

SOUTH OAlJE 

SOUTH PASABSRA 

SOUTH SAN tHAHOISOO 

TORBANCB 

TULARE 

VALLEJO 

71 S ALU 

C/ATSOIITILLS 

iHITIIER 

40QDLAHD 



13 

9 
20 

Z 
16 
35 
10 
14 
£2 

3 
16 

1 
48 
10 
16 

1 

Z 
23 
10 
14 

1 
26 
15 
16 
43 

4 
10 
12 

5 
10 
14 
18 
20 
12 

9 



81,127 
1,386 
3,875 
(Xl 

9S7 

6,525 

400 

3,200 

11,432 

119 

1,254 

(X) 

7,605 

517 

1,937 

(X) 

(X) 

1,7J0 

265 

1,038 

(X) 

1,835 

2,379 

11,527 

5,337 

331 

603 

8,423 

562 

2,198 

861 

2,612 

3,314 

2,365 

932 



¥33 1 
450 
498 
(X) 

185 

1,105 

124 

364 

1,441 

35 

223 

(X) 

2,410 

129 

482 



(Xl 
(X) 



(X) 



271 

61 

204 

331 
571 
,535 
695 
118 
112 
535 
57 
424 
220 
426 
768 
559 
211 



29.4 
32.5 
12.9 

(X) 
18.6 
16.9 
31.0 
11.4 
12.6 
29.4 
17.8 

(X) 
31.7 
25.0 
24.9 

(X) 

(X) 
15.8 
23.0 
19.7 

(X) 
18.0 
24.0 
13.3 
13.0 
35.6 
18.6 

6.4 
10.1 
19.3 
25.0 
16.3 
23.2 
23.6 
22.6 



(X) 



(Xl 



128 
179 
159 

52 

621 

30 

HI 

164 

6 

59 

657 
40 

78 



(X) 



(X) 
(X) 



74 

13 

47 

1 

98 

71 

371 

221 

54 

35 

107 

24 

147 

59 

107 

154 

143 

50 



(XI 



(Xl 
(X) 



$135 
218 
170 

78 
686 

45 
179 
589 

13 

90 

874 

63 

228 



(X) 



131 
22 

78 

138 
200 
787 
313 

59 

53 
210 

28 
216 
115 
151 
232 
250 

89 



$32 

73 
3 

(X) 
9 
11 
1 
40 
297 
1 
1 
(X) 
264 
4 
108 
(X) 
(X) 
3 
1 
6 
(X) 
4 
84 
444 
17 

1 
2 

3 
1 
7 
51 
92 
5 



(Xl 



(X) 



(X) 
(X) 



(X) 



$49 

21 

129 

£1 
606 
71 
99 
65 
8 
47 

240 
50 
67 



270 
21 
77 

115 
131 

75 

270 

1 

71 
685 
183 
195 

46 
162 
372 

39 

57 






kl 



5/ 

1/ 



11 



furnishings I 
1 in Itmber 



and 1( 
2 in drugs 



equinnient eid supplies 



Includes 1 agent 

Includes 2 establishments dealing in fare producljs-consumer ^oods 

Includes 1 establishment dealing in clotting and 

2 in hardware; 1 in jewelry and optical goods; 

products. 
Includes 1 agent dealing in automotive prbducts 

1 in jewelry and optical goods; 1 in me 

and supplies; and 2 in all other tiroduo 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in farm 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in drug! and drtg sundries; 

and heating eqnltment and sunplies; an 1 1 in all other nro 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in clotiing and 

materials; 2 in furniture and house fu'nishingj 

end sunnllfes (except electrical) 
Includes 6 establishments dealing in farii nroduots-consumer ^oods; and 2 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in autonotive n 



in jietroletm and its products 



and (.rug stmdriAs; 1 in dry 



and buildlnc mat( rials (othiir than metai 



goods ; 
and 



In fern strpplias; 
in all other 



Also includas 1 manufacturers' sales branches dealing in automotlTs prodnots; 



Jhinery 
:s. 

stmplle 



(e:£cept electric 



all: 1 in plumbing acd heating eqci^oant 



j; 1 in fene rel merchandise; 2 in hardware; and 33 in all other nroducts 



1 in eleatrjlcal ^ods; 1 In 
lucts. 

1 in coal; 2 in drugs and 

2 In grooferies and foods ( sxcept farm 



jewelry and 



optical 



nods; 2 in nlvDbinj 



furnishings 



irng smidrlos; 1 in farm prodncta-ra* 



Tiroduets) 



and 2 in naehinery, eirolir^n' 



in groceries an) foods (excjpt farm 



products I 



oducts; 2 li farm produ:ts-c Jnsnmer gooJs; 1 In farn sntmlle!; 1 in furniture 



and house furnishings; 1 in general me;'ChandiS(J: 1 in groci)ries end fo )ds ( jxcent farm 



materials (other then metal); and 1 in 



machine -y, equinmen ; and snpplijs (eccept elect 



iSi.1 Includes 2 establishments dealing in amusement and sporting itoods; 2 in dry g)Ods; 1 in 



hardvare; 2 in jewelry and optical goo^s; 2 in 
12 in all other Tjroducts. 



paper and i 



;s nroducts; 2 in 



riroductsl ; [I in lumber and building 
rical). 
rumlture anis house himishlngs; 2 In 



tobacco ani its products (excenjt leaf); and 



ISfi 



Census of 
American 
Business 



[An (X) in 



li/ 

!&/ 
11/ 



12/ 
12/ 
^/ 



s&i 

26/ 

£&/ 
SI/ 

12/ 
52/ 

11/ 

JS/ 

52/ 
5i/ 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 2B.— STATE OF CAlI?ORNIi WHOLESALE TRADE BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States and Cities of 5,000 Population and Over 

(AU values expressed in thxmsands of dollars) 

column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 
are included in the totals; a leader indicates no information or an amount less than $500] 



State and City 

Type of Establishment 

Kind of Business 



ii/ Inclodes 2 esteblishments dealing in BTjioBOtlTe 



Includes 2 establishments dealing In fsim nroduc ts-consumer 

Ihan met! 1) ; 1 in msi 



lumber and building materials (other 
and its products; and 1 in all other Products 
Includes 2 establishments dealing in chemicals 
raw materials; 1 in JeT^elry and ootlc^l poods 



Num- 
ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



produotu! 1 in plumMng and hea'. 



optical goods; 1 in petroleum and its 

products (except leaf); and 2 in all ither priducts 
Includes 4 establishments dealing in faim products-consumer 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in autt motive iiroduots 

and 2 in machinery, equipment and supiliea (e::cept electrical). 
Includes 1 ag«nt dealing in machinery, < qulpmenl and sup-nlidS (except ^: ectr^cel) 

dealing in farm products-consumer gooes; and ". in petroleum and Its nyoduc; 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in coal ; 2 in 

and supplies (except electrical); 1 ip paner 



(except scrap); 2 In paper and its nriiducts; i: in petroleici and its oroduc 



.Ifi/ Includes 1 establishment dealing in auttmotlve iiroduots; 2 '.n chemicals 



goods; 1 in mettls (except scrap); 1 in paper 



Includes 1 estaolishm.ent dealing in fanji supnll^s; and 2 in 

nroducts; 1 



Net sales 



products; 2 



1 in coal; 



Total Expenses 



Amount 



In chemlcali 



goods; and '■'■ in (Toceries a^d foods (except farm 
: n chemicals 2 ii^ groceries 
;oal). 



umber and biilldlng materials 



! nd its nroducts; 1 in wh 



goods; 1 in 
Ahinery, equ: 



: In drugs and dnig sundries 



2 in lumber and building ma 



and its nrot.ucts; and 1 



furniture and house 



and 



Includes 2 establishments dealing in aulomotlTe 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in farm supplies; 2 

materials (other than metal); 1 In paver and : ts products; 2 in plumb 

tobacco and its products (except leafi ; 2 in vaste loateriiils 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in aut<motire products; 2 \n groceries 

and its products; and 2 in all other iroduets 
Includes 1 establishment dealing In autcmotive products; 1 In groceries 

and optical goods; and 1 in all other product! 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in farii produc s-consumer foods; and 4 
Includes 1 establishment dealing In amusement ard sporting coods; 2 In 

goods; 2 in electrical goods; 1 in Jewelry an^ optical g0(^d8; 2 in luijiber 



1 in paper and Us products; 2 In petioleum a],d its products; 1 In plimblnc and heating equipment 



: ng materials (o';her than me';6l) 
a^d 10 
1 
it ani supplies; 



In all other nroducts, 
n eleotriciil goods; 1 



1 in tobaccii and its 



es and foods (excent fiirm tiroduiits) ; 1 In 



tobacco and its products (except leafl; 2 in |aste materlAls; and 3 in all 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in amusement ai.d sporting coods; 1 In ^nigs 

furniture and house furnishings; 1 in |hardwBr( ; 1 In lumber and build 

and Its products; 2 in plumbing and heating «( ulpnent and supiilies 
Includss 2 satablishments dealing in automotlTe products; 2 in chemical 

goods; 1 in paper and its products; 2 In plumMng and heating equiitne 

(except leaf); and 2 In all other products. 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in fan! producis-raw materials; 1 in gfocer 

petroleum and its products; and 2 in < 11 other products. 
Includes 2 establishments dealing in grtcerles snd foods (ercept farm pioducns); and 13 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in tar^ produces-consumer <^oods; 1 in ^oce^ies and fo^ds (eiceTit 

1 In all other products. , 

Includes 2 establishments dealing In chemicals; 1 In dry goods: 1 In fa]m products-raw ifaterlals; 

1 In furniture and house furnishings; 1 in pei eral merchaijidise: 2 in ^etroieum and It 

products (except leaf); and 9 In all < ther pn ducts 
Includes 1 establishment dealing in chetilcals; i in )ev.elry and optical good+; and 2 In 

supplies (except electrical). . i ii j m 

Includes 1 establishment dealing in eTO<erles aiid foods (except farm prMduotir); and 10 
Ho wholesale reports were received for t|he cities of Dally (flty and Ple^montl 



Per- 
cent 
of 



; 1 y. 
Ing 



ste iiaterials; i nd 1 



grocories and f^ods 



' erials (otUer than metjil); 2 in 



in a 



groceries and foiids (except 
in chemlcali ; and 4 In all o 



and 



Full-time 

employees 

{average) 



n drugs anil drug sxindr: 
qulpment and supplies; 



Is; and 10 
1 In electrics 



Pay Roll 



Total 



products) . 
and foods (ixcept falro products) 



Also Includes 1 



(other than metal); 1 :.n m^chlmiry, eoulTjoent 



.n all other 



1 other pr« 



:'umishings 



ng and heating iiquliment and supplle 
'cods (excei)t farm products); 3 
'oods (except farm products); 1 



In potroleum anii its produc; 
ihemloals; 1 In drugs and drig sundries : 1 In dry 
iind bulldlnir materials 



other products. 

end drug sundries; 1 in dry goods; 2 la 



goods; 
ducts. 

farm products 
ther producis. 



1 In lumbe;' and bul 



Part- 
time 



es; 1 in 



1 In tobicco end its 



all othiir type' 



in all other preducts. 
(except farm proilucts); 1 in 
and supplies (except oleotrica .) ; 1 In paper 



1 In dry goods; 2 iu farm products- 



products 



1 in .ierelry 



1 In petroleim 



,n ,5ev?elr;r and optical 



in petroleuii and its 



rschinsry. 



.n petrclenn 



Stocks on 

hand {end 

of year) 



JeT.elry and 



metals 



and optical 



.a ing 
:; 1 In 

.n petroleum 

.n Jewelry 



other thim metal) ; 
and supplies; 1 in 



products 



'anrj products) ; and 

In farm uupplies; 
I products; t in tobefco and its 



((qulpment and 
and Its sroduots. 



products. 



xsr 



Census of 
American 
Business 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Table 3. — STATE OF CALIFOEKU RECEIPTS FROM SALES OF MERCHANDISE AND SERVICE. BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

For States Only 
(All values expressed in thousands 0} dollars) 





Num- 




Total 

Expenses 


Receipts Fhom — 












Space rental 


Other sources 




ber of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Total net 
sales 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 


Sales of 
merchan- 
dise 


Parking, 

storage, 

cleaning, 

etc. 










Kind of Business 


Num- 
ber 
of 

estab- 


Amount 


Num- 
ber 
of 

estab- 


Amount 
















lish- 




lish- 


















ments 




ments 




Total for State 


11,068 


$2,256,266 


328,641 


14.6 


t£.236,/S7 


4,923 


110 


1631 


278 


tl2,96S 


Aiusement and sporting goods 


176 


25,499 


4,236 


16.6 


16,526 


86 


1 


1 


36 


1/ 9,887 


AutomotiTe products 


747 


72,210 


14,986 


20.8 


69,960 


1,993 


6 


9 


22 


248 


Chenlsals 


274 


36,011 


7,371 


21.1 


34,844 


117 


- 


- 


6 


60 


Clothing and famlshinga 


368 


42,240 


6,424 


12.8 


42,216 


16 


- 


- 


3 


8 


Crags and drag sundries 


163 


64,936 


8,671 


15.8 


64,731 


- 


2 


2 


2 


203 


Dry goods 


360 


49,810 


4,826 


9.7 


49,806 


2 


- 


- 


I 


2 


EleotrlcBl goods 


334 


47,633 


9,016 


19.0 


46,638 


eie 


4 


6 


9 


71 


ParB produots-raw materials 


177 


70,281 


4,030 


6.7 


69,890 


241 


3 


14 


12 


136 


Farm prDduots-oonsumer goods 


1,701 


376,448 


66,626 


17.6 


377,803 


68 


21 


149 


48 


428 


Farm supplies 


130 


24,140 


3,809 


16.8 


24,106 


13 


4 


8 


2 


13 


furniture and house furnishings 


296 


29,086 


4,602 


16.6 


29,026 


66 


2 


3 


1 


1 


Sroeerles anci foods (szoept fain 






















products) 


1,707 


636,702 


67,066 


10.6 


636,139 


- 


16 


236 


46 


328 


Hardware 


138 


27,376 


8,772 


21.1 


27,330 


2 


- 


- 


4 


43 


Jewelry and optical goods 


177 


11,207 


2,924 


26.1 


11,168 


37 


1 


2 


- 


- 


Lumber and building naterlals (other 






















than metal) 


312 


66,344 


11,371 


20.5 


64,930 


260 


7 


21 


10 


143 


Machinery, equipment and supplies 






















(except electrical) 


1,048 


106,992 


23,362 


21,8 


105,132 


636 


S 


26 


69 


2/ 1,148 


Uetals (except 6orap) 


191 


60,466 


4,897 


9.1 


60,426 


23 


2 


7 


- 


- 


Paper and Its products 


173 


45,327 


10,608 


23.4 


46,194 


27 


1 


2 


2 


104 


Petroleum 


1,169 


254,978 


40,294 


16.8 


264,796 


98 


13 


83 


1 


1 


Plujiiblng and heating equipment and 






















supplies 


183 


19,195 


4,876 


25.4 


19,049 


102 


3 


3 


6 


41 


Tobaoco and Its products (except 






















leaf) 


112 


100,619 


8,416 


8.4 


100,520 


2 


2 


4 


4 


93 


«aste materials 


160 


7,893 


1,794 


22.7 


7,876 


11 


2 


6 


- 


- 


All other kinds of business 


966 


99,976 


13,767 


13.8 


99,633 


276 


13 


60 


6 


17 


1/ Includes 34 exchanges dealing in mc 


tlon pic 


tare films. 


with Inconx 


froi 


1 filn renta: 


s of i9,et 


3,000, 


00. 






2/ Inoltties £0 establlshnents doallng 


In maofal 


nery, equlpo 


ent and suj 


pliet 


with receii 


ts from m! 


chins 


rentals 4111011st 4sg to 



$1,004,000.00 



168 



'"" WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

Census of 

TablB 4. — STATE OF CALIFOHNU CREDIT SALES. BY TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT AND KIND OF BUSINESS 

Business 

For States Only 

(AU values expressed in tkmisanls of dollars) 

[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, but such data 

are included in State totals] 





All Establishments 


Establishments Reporting Credit Sales 
















Credit sales 


Total 
Expenses 
















Per- 




Per- 




Percent of 
sales 


















cent 




cent 
of 










Type of Establishment 








Kind of Business 


Num- 
ber 


Net 
sales 


Num- 
ber 


total 
for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 


Net 
sales 


total 
for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 


Amount 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
re- 
port- 
ing 
credit 
sales 


All 
estab- 
lish- 
menL 


Amount 


Per- 
cent 
of 

sales 


Total for State 


11,052 


•^2, 255, 256 


8,093 


73.2 


$1,734,936 


76.9 


*1, 436. 361 


62.8 


63.7 


$270,864 


15.6 


WHOLESALERS PROPER 
























Total 


6,663 


988,670 


4,868 


73.0 


870,894 


86.1 


709,069 


81.4 


71.7 


162,704 


17.6 


Amusement and sporting goods 


118 


13,289 


87 


73.7 


12,241 


92.1 


11,100 


90.7 


63.5 


1,891 


16.4 


AutomotiTC products 


539 


46,693 


498 


77.9 


34,426 


76.3 


22,773 


66.2 


49.8 


9,136 


26.5 


Chemicals 


160 


13,841 


128 


85.3 


13,213 


96.6 


11,315 


86.6 


81.7 


3,442 


26.1 


Clothing and furnishings 


194 


18,635 


164 


84.5 


16,424 


66 .'6 


15,606 


94.4 


83.7 


2,764 


16.8 


Coal 


18 


1,548 


14 


77.8 


1,487 


96.1 


1,119 


76.3 


72.3 


464 


31.2 


Dru^s and dfug sundries 


110 


31,732 


70 


63.6 


30,028 


94.6 


26,796 


89.2 


64.5 


5,743 


19.1 


Dry goods 


176 


20,629 


158 


90.3 


19,954 


97. a 


18,967 


95.2 


92.6 


2,950 


14.8 


Electrical goods 


210 


22,832 


171 


81.4 


22,143 


97.6 


20,679 


92.9 


90.1 


6,198 


23.5 


Farm products-raw materials 


99 


43,643 


56 


66.6 


22,412 


51.4 


13,791 


61.5 


31.6 


1,543 


6.9 


Farm products-consumer goods 


927 


128,883 


673 


72.6 


114,466 


68.8 


76,106 


68.2 


60.6 


26,069 


22.8 


Farm supplies 


109 


19,345 


88 


80.7 


16.002 


93.1 


13,199 


73.3 


68.2 


3,096 


17.2 


Furniture and house furnishings 


196 


11,240 


138 


70.4 


10,374 


92.3 


9,500 


91.6 


84.5 


2,046 


19.7 


Groceries and foods 


1,288 


311,116 


828 


64.3 


269,919 


86.8 


224,391 


83.1 


72. 1 


36,402 


13.1 


Hardware 


73 


22,396 


66 


69.0 


21,474 


96.9 


20,124 


93.7 


89.9 


6,089 


23.7 


Jewelry and optical goods 


120 


6,719 


92 


76.7 


5,729 


66.3 


1.687 


81.8 


69.8 


1,712 


29.9 


Lumter and tuildin^ materials 


206 


31,606 


186 


90.3 


31,062 


98.3 


29,668 


95.5 


93.9 


7,832 


26.2 


T.iachinery, equipment and supplies 


674 


49,811 


499 


86,9 


48,019 


96.4 


42,641 


88.6 


&6.6 


11,817 


24.6 


Hetals (except scrap) 


92 


7,603 


81 


88.0 


7,248 


96.3 


6,497 


89.6 


85.5 


1,723 


23.8 


Paper and its products 


108 


22,676 


96 


88.9 


22.327 


98. F 


20,943 


93.8 


92.4 


4,696 


21.0 


Petroleum and its products 


128 


24,273 


103 


eo.5 


20,142 


83.0 


10,651 


53.9 


44.7 


2,395 


11.9 


.Plambinc i: heating eqp't i: supplies 


116 


11,178 


106 


91.4 


10,924 


97.7 


9,591 


87.6 


85.8 


2,893 


26.5 


Tobacco and its products 


96 


67,601 


74 


75.6 


54,214 


95.0 


55,461 


86.4 


82.0 


6,621 


8.8 


■Taste materials 


163 


7,179 


62 


40.6 


4,926 


66.6 


3,679 


74.7 


51.2 


1,274 


26.9 


All other kinds of business 


752 


66,404 


421 


56.0 


49,720 


89.7 


37,754 


75.9 


68.1 


7, 90S 


15.9 


ALL OIHEB TYPES 
























Total 


4,399 


1,266,586 


3,235 


73.6 


864,041 


68.2 


727,302 


84,2 


57.4 


118.160 


13.7 


Amusement and sporting goods 


68 


12,210 


40 


69.0 


6,466 


62.9 


4,707 


72.9 


36.6 


1,027 


16.9 


Automotive nroduets 


108 


26,517 


91 


64.3 


24,821 


93.6 


19,719 


79.4 


74.4 


3,873 


15.6 


Chemicals 


124 


21,170 


113 


91.1 


18,274 


66.3 


17,986 


98.4 


86.0 


3,661 


20.0 


Clothing and furnishings 


174 


23,705 


142 


61.6 


20,767 


87.6 


20,626 


99.3 


87.0 


2,160 


10.5 


Coal 


2 


(XI 


1 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


Drugs and drug sundries 


53 


23,204 


32 


60.4 


9,679 


41.3 


9,564 


99.8 


41.2 


1,803 


16.8 


Dry jjoodB 


185 


29,261 


171 


92.4 


27,365 


93.5 


26,449 


96.7 


90.3 


1,577 


5.8 


Electrical TOOds 


124 


24,701 


101 


81.5 


21,010 


86.1 


19,946 


94.9 


80.7 


3,233 


15.4 


Farm produots-ra.» materials 


78 


26,638 


19 


24.4 


4,964 


18.6 


2,499 


50.3 


9.4 


283 


5.7 


Farm jJro ducts- CO nsur.;er goods 


774 


249,565 


305 


39.4 


121,281 


48.6 


100,002 


82.5 


40.1 


16,098 


13.3 


Farm Applies 


21 


4,795 


12 


67.1 


4,006 


63.5 


3,740 


93.4 


78.0 


451 


11.3 


Furniture and house furnishings 


100 


17,845 


72 


72.0 


16,293 


91.3 


16,108 


98.9 


90.3 


2,021 


12.4 


General merchandise 


8 


4,904 


5 


62.6 


3,969 


80.7 


3,666 


92.6 


74.7 


60 


1.6 


Groceries and foods 


419 


326,687 


306 


73.0 


229,644 


70.5 


182,282 


79.4 


56.0 


22,684 


9.8 


Hardware 


66 


4,979 


47 


72.3 


3,479 


69.9 


3,278 


94.2 


66.8 


466 


13.1 


Jewelry and optical goods 


67 


4,488 


46 


80.7 


3,741 


83.4 


3,601 


93.6 


78.0 


966 


26.8 


Lumber and building materials 


106 


23,738 


66 


61.1 


21,172 


89.2 


20,692 


97.7 


67.2 


3,109 


14.7 


'.'^chinery, equipT.ent end supplies 


474 


67,181 


404 


86.2 


63,316 


93.2 


50,535 


94.8 


88.4 


10,399 


19.6 


''etals (except scrip! 


99 


52,852 


74 


74.7 


46,510 


68.0 


46,399 


99.8 


87.8 


2,617 


6. 6 


Paper and its pro<"acts 


55 


22,652 


49 


76.4 


22,006 


97.1 


21,582 


98.1 


95.3 


6,760 


26.3 


Petroleum and its oroducts 


1,031 


230,706 


908 


88.1 


148,019 


64.2 


100,606 


68.1 


43.7 


28,406 


19.2 


Plumbinj i heating eqp*t & supplies 


67 


8,017 


56 


82.1 


6,284 


78.4 


6,083 


96.8 


76.9 


1,687 


25.3 


Tobacco and its products 


14 


It) 


11 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


(X) 


IX) 


(X) 


IX) 


'X) 


Taste materials 


7 


714 


4 


57.1 


192 


26.9 


149 77.6 


20.9 


35 


18.2 


All other products 


186 


38,085 


141 


75.8 


25,489 


66.9 


21,766 85.4 


57.2 


3,490 


13.7 



169 



li-ee-i 

Census of 
American 
Business 



Table 5.— STATE OF 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION: 1933 

CALUOBNIA DISTRIBUTION OF SALES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND TYPE OF ESTABLISHMENT 

For States Only 
{All values expressed in thousands of dollars) 



[An (X) in column indicates that information must be withheld in order to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments, 

but such data are included in State totals) 



Type of Establishment 
Kind of Business 



Total for State 



11,052 



WHOLESALERS PROPER 
Total 

Amusement and sporting goods 

Autcmotive products 

Cliemicala 

Clothing and furnishings 

Coal 

Drxigs and drug aundrlea 

Dry goods 

Electrical goods 

Faim products-raw materials 

Fann products-consumers goods 

Farm eupplies 

Furniture & house furnishings 

Groceries and foods 

Hardware 

Jewelry and optical gooda 

Lumber & building materials 

Machinery, eqp*t & supplies 

Ketal (eicept scrap) 

Paper and ita products 

Petroleum and its products 

Plumbing & heating equipment 

and supplies 
Tobacco and its products 
Waste materials 
All other kinds of business 

ALL OTHER TYPES 

Total 

Amusement and sporting goods 

Automotive products 

Chemicals 

Clothing and furnishings 

Coal 

Drugs and drug sundries 

Dry goods 

Electrical gooda 

Farm products-raw materials 

Farm products-consumer goods 

FaiTO supplies 

Furniture & house furnishings 

General merchai.dise 

Groceries and f-zoda 

Hardware 

Jewelry and optical goods 

Lumber & building materiald 

Machinery, eqp't &. supplies 

f.'etals (except scrap) 

Paper and paper products 

Petroleum and its products 

Plumbing & heating equiimeKit 

and supplies 
Tobacco ap-i ^ t-> products 
TTaste materials 
All other products 



All Establishments 



Num- 
ber 



2,255,256 



6,653 



118 
539 
150 
194 

18 
110 
175 
210 

99 

927 

109 

196 

1,288 

73 
120 
206 
574 

92 
108 
128 

116 

98 
153 
752 



Net 
sales 



$328,541 



988,670 



13,289 
45,693 
13,841 
18,535 

1,548 
31,732 
20,529 
22,832 
43,543 
128,883 
19,345 
11,240 
311,115 
22,396 

6,719 
31,506 
49,811 

7,603 
22,675 
24,273 

11,178 

67,601 

7,179 

55,404 



4,399 1,266,586 



58 

108 

124 

174 

2 

53 
185 
124 

78 
774 

21 

100 

8 

419 

65 

57 
106 
474 

99 

65 
1,031 

57 

14 

7 

186 



12,210 
26,517 
21,170 
23,705 

(X) 
23,204 
29,281 
24,701 
26,638 
249,555 

4,795 
17,845 

4,904 
325,587 

4,979 

4,488 
23,738 
57,181 
52,852 
2P,652 
230,705 

8,017 
(X) 
714 
38,085 



Total 
expenses 



166,862 



2,327 

10,906 
3,545 
2,985 
477 
5,085 
3,054 
5,356 
3,035 

27,682 
3,254 
2,281 

38,582 
5,230 
1,891 
7,984 

12,467 
1,842 
4,755 
3,597 

2,948 
5,835 
1,740 
8,873 



161,679 



1,909 
4,079 
3,826 
2,439 

W 

2,585 

1,761 

3,649 

994 

38,844 

555 

2,221 

69 

28,374 

542 

1,033 

3,3B7 

10,885 

3,055 

5,843 

35,597 

1,928 

(X) 
54 
4,325 



Establishments Reporting Distribution of Sales 



Num- 
ber 

of es- 
tab- 
lish- 

ments 



9,810 



5,309 



108 
614 
146 
193 

16 
107 
170 
202 

84 
876 

83 

195 

1,270 

71 
120 
120 
568 

81 
104 
108 

112 

91 

128 

742 



3,501 



38 

101 

103 

170 

2 

47 

176 

91 

53 

672 

18 

92 

3 

401 

55 

54 

87 

414 

63 

55 

556 



Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 



1,933,41C 85.7 



94.8 



91.5 
96.1 
97.3 
99.6 
88.9 
97.3 
97.1 
95.2 
84.8 
94.5 
75.1 
95.5 
98.5 
97.3 
100.0 
58.3 
99.0 
88.0 
96.3 
84.4 

96.6 
92.9 
83.7 
98.7 



79.6 



65.5 
93.5 
83.1 
97.7 

m 

88.7 
95.1 
73.4 
67.9 
86.8 
86.7 
92.0 
37.5 
96.7 
84.6 
94.7 
82.1 
87.3 
63.6 
84.6 
53.9 



52 77.6 

13 (X) 

4 57.1 

181 97.3 



Net 

sales 



934,149 



12,657 
42,04C 
13,78E 
18,512 

1,447 
30,353 
19,731 
20,709 
39,682 
123,701 
16,042 
11,218 
310,027 
16,795 

6,719 
17,595 
47,648 

5,757 
21,114 
23,103 

11,102 

63,193 

6,339 

63,863 



999,261 78.9 



Per- 
cent 

of 
total 

for 
kind 

of 
busi- 
ness 



94.5 



95.3 
92.0 
99.6 
99.9 



93, 
95, 
96. 
90, 
90, 
96, 
82. 
99, 
99, 
75, 
100, 
55. 
95. 
89, 
93, 



95.2 

99.3 
93.6 
88.3 
97.2 



4,345 
25,627 
15,893 
22,223 

(X) 

22,323 

27,744 

18,963 

13,318 

222,347 

4,518 

13,835 

160 

304,963 

4,425 

4,092 

16,957 

39,761 

38,497 

20,931 

103,283 



36.6 
96.6 
76.1 
93.7 
(X) 
96.2 
94.8 
76.7 
50.0 
89.1 
94.2 
77.5 
3.3 
93.7 
88.9 
91.2 
67.2 
69.5 
72.8 
92.4 
44,8 



5.373 67.0 

(X) (X) 
245 34.3 
37,596 96.2 



Total 
expenses 



Amount 



$282,844 



156,535 



2,128 
9,922 
3,521 
2,978 
431 
5,005 
2,939 
5,213 
2,808 

26,902 
2,495 
2,255 

38,428 
4,002 
1,891 
6,155 

11,835 
1,581 
4,374 
3,223 

2,919 
5,503 
1,494 
8,521 



126.309 



589 
3,986 
2,841 
2,346 
(X) 
2,279 
1,732 
3,063 

636 
34,937 

611 

1,874 

21 

25,696 

606 

996 
2,299 
9,054 
2,210 
5,615 
17,217 



Per- 
cent 
of 
sales 



1,089,518 



16.8 



16.8 
23.6 
28.5 
16.1 
29.8 
19.8 
14.9 
26.2 
7.1 
21.7 
15.6 
20.1 
12.4 
23.8 
28.1 
29.4 
24.8 
23.4 
20.7 
14.0 

26.3 

8.7 

23.6 

15.8 



12.6 



13.6 

15.6 

17.9 

10.6 

(XI 

10.2 

6.2 
16.2 

4.0 
15,7 
11.3 
13.5 
13.1 

8.4 
11.4 
24.3 
14.4 
22.8 

5.7 
26.8 
16.7 

24.3 



1,307 

(X) (X) 

42 17.1 

4,127 11.0 



Sales to 

retailers 

for 

resale 



$Se,682 



613,068 



4,142 
27,884 

4,740 
18,166 
619 
27,918 
13,997 
16,758 

7,276 
93,202 
11,234 

9,781 

204,198 

11,521 

6,151 
10,148 
10,326 

3,180 
10,361 
17,795 

7,937 
62,648 

1,197 
31,879 



476,450 



2,138 
19,989 

7,087 
21,060 

(X) 
18,305 
11,771 

6,027 

2,322 
115,013 

1,073 

7,914 

117 

129,645 

2,543 

3,298 
10,779 
12,165 
10,117 

6,897 
68,602 

2,849 

(X) 
74 
15,139 



Sales to 
home 
con- 
sumers 

(at 
retail) 



47,704 



526 

8,727 

559 

210 

177 

860 

149 

2,102 

889 

10,731 

845 

417 

7,670 

663 

351 

2,163 

2,673 

680 

1,635 

1,181 

1,382 
323 

166 
2,715 



10,978 



21 

456 

172 

51 

(X) 

117 

6 

393 

8 

3,285 

394 

67 

24 

1,065 

16 

98 

98 

666 

530 

57 

2,820 

39 

(X) 

6 
571 



Sales to 
indus- 
trial 
users 



$372,425 



Sales to 
whole- 
sale 
organi- 
zations 



t412,78S 



191,659 ^li7ia 



7,464 
3,780 

7,710 

133 

511 

344 

5,327 

1,849 

25,320 

4,945 

2,467 

817 

52,821 

3,839 

91 

5,048 

33,137 

2,867 

9,059 

3,247 

1,570 

4,698 
14,415 



180.766 



1,636 

3,929 

8,042 

646 

(X) 

73 

12,070 

9,641 

8,900 

9,707 

2,960 

925 

19 

7,948 

616 

29 

4,398 

24,385 

25,859 

13,488 

27,269 

1,851 

(X) 
53 
14,982 



435 

1,649 

763 

3 

40 

1,231 

258 

6,197 

14,823 

1,506 

203 

45,438 

872 

116 

236 

1,512 

40 

49 

880 

113 

222 

278 

4,854 



331,057 



551 

1,263 

592 

466 

(X) 

3,827 

3,897 

2,892 

2,088 

94,341 

91 

4,929 

166,305 

1,251 

667 

682 

2,543 

991 

489 

4,592 

634 

(X) 
112 
6.704 



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