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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

William L. Austin, Director 



CENSUS OF BUSINESS: 1935 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS 



VOLUME I 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 




MAY, 1937 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

William L. Austin, Director 



CENSUS OF BUSINESS 

Fred A. Gosnell, Chief Statistician 
William A. Ruff, Assistant 



This is one of a series of reports on service 
establishments presenting the findings of the 1935 
Census of Business. The statistics were compiled by 
the Bureau of the Census from information collected 
in 1936 in a field canvass covering every State, city 
and county, in the United States. Funds for the Census 
were provided by the Works Progress Administration. 



Reports on service establishments are prepared by Ralph C Janoschka, 
Chief of the Service Division, assisted by Albert A. Eisenstat. 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 



PLAN OF PRESENTATION 



VOLUME I UNITED STATES SUMMARY contains summary tables for 

the United States, by geographic divisions and States, 
and by kinds of business. The data presented include 
number of establishments, total receipts, active pro- 
prietors and firm members, average number of employees 
for the year, annual pay roll, employment by months, 
sex of employees, classification of employees according 
to occupational groups, and analysis of receipts. In 
addition, analytical tables present general statistics 
for establishments classified according to size based on 
volume of receipts. 



VOLUME II STATISTICS FOR STATES, COUNTIES, AND CITIES presents 

number of establishments, total receipts, active pro- 
prietors and firm members, average number of employees 
for the year, and annual pay roll, by States, counties, 
and cities and places of 2,500 or more inhabitants. 
Data for States, and for cities of 25,000 or more inhab- 
itants, are presented by kinds of business; statistics for 
counties, and for cities of less than 25,000 inhabitants, 
however, are shown only in totals for all kinds of busi- 
ness combined. 



VOLUME III MONTHLY EMPLOYMENT presents number of paid employees 

for each month of 1935, average number of employees 
for the year, and number of active proprietors and firm 
members by kinds of business, for States and for cities 
of 500,000 or more inhabitants. 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 



Volume I 



United States Summary 



CONTENTS 



TEXT 



Page 



Description of report 
Nature of the Service field 
Scope of the Census 
Area and period covered 
Scope of the report 
Explanation of terms 
Definitions of classifications 

Personal services 

Business services 

Repair services and custom industries 

Miscellaneous services 
General analysis 

Concentration of service establishments 

Establishments classified by size 

Monthly employment 

Classification of Employees by occupational groups 

Sex of employees 

Analysis of receipts 



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ii 

iv 

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v 

viii 

viii 

xi 

xvi 

xxiv 

xxvi 

XXV i 

xxvi 

xxvii 

xxix 

xxxi 

XXX i 



TEXT TABLES 



Statistics for 1933 for kinds of business included in the 
Service phase of the 1933 Census but included in other 
phases of the Census of Business for 1935 

Statistics for 1935 for kinds of business not included in 
the Census of American Business for 1933 



Relationships between number of establishments, receipts, 
number of employees, and annual pay roll for twelve 
major kinds of business 



CHARTS 

Service establishments classified according to size 
based on volume of receipts 

Variation of employment in Service establishments 

Map - Concentration of business for service establishments 

TABLES 



Page 



Table 1. -- Establishments, receipts, personnel, and pay roll: 

United States Summary, by kinds of business 
United States Summary, by geographic divisions 
and States 



Following kinds of business, by geographic 
divisions and States: 



Automobile storage garages 

Automobile top and body repair shops 

Barber shops 

Barber and beauty shops 

Beauty parlors 

Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, alteration, and 

repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and crematories 
Laundries (not including power laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine parlors 

(including hat cleaning) 
Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and jewelry repair shops 

Negro proprietorships, by kinds of business 
Negro proprietorships, by geographic divisions 
and States 



4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

9 

10 
11 
12 

13 
14 
15 

16 

17 



Table 2. -- Number of establishments and receipts, by size 

of establishment based on volume of receipts; 

United States Summary, by kinds of business 
United States Summary, by geographic divisions 
and States 



18 
21 



Page 



Following kinds of business, by geographic 
divisions and States: 



Automobile storage garages 23 

Automobile top and body repair shops 25 

Barber shops 27 

Barber and beauty shops 29 

Beauty parlors 31 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, alteration, 

and repair shops 33 

Funeral directors, embalmers, and crematories 35 

Laundries (not including power laundries 37 

Photographic studios 39 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine parlors 

(including hat cleaning) 41 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 43 

Watch, clock, and jewelry repair shops 45 



Table 3. -- Personnel, by size of establishment, based on 
volume of receipts: 

United States Summary, by kinds of business 47 

United States Summary, by geographic divisions 

and States 50 

Table 4. -- Monthly employment: 

United States Summary, by kinds of business 52 

United States Summary, by geographic divisions 

and States 55 

Table 5. — Employment and pay roll, for a specific week: 

United States Summary, by kinds of business 57 

Following kinds of business, by geographic 
divisions and States: 

Barber shops 59 

Beauty parlors 60 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, alteration, 

and repair shops 61 

Funeral directors, embalmers, and crematories 62 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine parlors 

(including hat cleaning) 63 

Table 6. — Sex of employees for a specific week: 

United States Summary, by kinds of business 64 

United States Summary, by geographic divisions 

and States 65 



Page 



Table 7. -- Analysis of receipts: 



United States Summary, by kinds of business 66 

United States Summary, by geographic divisions 

and States 67 



APPENDIX 



Table 7A. -- United States Summary - Analysis of receipts 
by kinds of business for Retail trade. 

Table 7B. -- United States Summary - Analysis of receipts, 
by geographic divisions and States for 
Retail trade. 

Schedule -- Census of Business Form 40, "Service and 
Amusement Schedule". 



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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 



VOLUME I 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



This volume, which is one of a series of three on the Census of 
Service Establishments, presents summary tatles for the United States, 
by geographic divisions and States, and by kinds of business. In addi- 
tion, data for each of several kinds of business, which are important 
from the standpoint of number of establishments, volume of business, 
employment, and pay roll, are presented separately by geographic divi- 
sions and States in Table 1 (general statistics); in Table 2 (establish- 
ments and receipts by size of establishment); and in Table 5 (employment 
and pay roll, for a specific week). 

While some of the data included in this volume have previously been 
published, and in more geographic detail (See Volumes II and III in "Plan 
of Presentation", which appears on the second page of this report), the 
data on size of establishment, based on volume of receipts; employment, 
pay roll, and sex of employees as of a specific week; analysis of re- 
ceipts; and Negro proprietorships, have not been heretofore published in 
connection with the 1935 Census of Service Establishments. 

NATURE OF THE SERVICE FIELD. The Service phase of the Business 

Census covers a heterogeneous group of kinds of business, whose common 
characteristic lies in the fact that they are all primarily engaged in 
the sale of service, as distinguished from establishments dealing in 
merchandise, which are covered by the Censuses of Wholesale and Retail 
Trade, and the Census of Manufactures. However, not all establishments 
which would qualify as service businesses, in a broad interpretation of 
the term, are included in the Census. The professional field, the fin- 
ancial, educational, transportation, construction, and diverse other 
fields of business activity, which are enumerated in greater detail in 
subsequent pages of this volume, either were not covered by the Census 
of Business, or are included in its other phases. 

Totals for all service establishments combined, as are presented 
in this volume, are significant only from the standpoint of the contri- 
bution they make toward the completion of the business picture of the 
particular area to which they apply. On the other hand, the figures 
presented for individual kinds of business, relating as they do to single 
recognized fields of business activity, obviously have a very definite 
value both to individuals engaged in the respective fields, as well as 
to organizations or individuals interested in such statistical data pure- 
ly from a marketing or sociological standpoint. 



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SCOPE OF THE CENSUS. For the purpose of 1935 Census, service 

establishments are classified into four major groups: Personal Service 
Establishments such as barber shops, beauty parlors, photographic 
studios, etc.; Business Service Establishments, such as billboard adver- 
tising businesses, dental laboratories, employment agencies, sign paint- 
ing shops, and other establishments rendering a service to business; 
Repair Services and Custom Industries which are subdivided into three 
groups: (1) Automotive Repairs and Services (excluding general repair 
garages, which are included in the Retail Census) such as automobile 
paint shops, automobile top and body repair shops, battery and ignition 
repair shops, tire repair shops, and automobile laundries, (2) Other Re- 
pair Services such as blacksmith shops, radio repair shops, and watch, 
clock, and jewelry repair shops, and (3) Custom Industries, such as 
cabinetraaking shops, grist mills, printing and publishing shops, and 
other custom industries and small manufacturing establishments not cov- 
ered by the Census of Manufactures, since the value of product of each 
establishment is less than the minimum necessary to classify the place 
of business as a manufacturing plant. The Miscellaneous Services classi- 
fication includes commerical mounting and finishing establishments, type- 
writer rental shops, livery stables, and other establishments which could 
not properly be classified in any of the three above-mentioned groups. 
Definitions of all classifications presented in the following tables may 
be found on Pages viii to xxv of this report. Aside from the kind of 
business classifications for which data are presented, more than three 
thousand kinds of business were canvassed, the figures for which are in- 
cluded in the "Other Service" groups. The classifications shown separ- 
ately represent the more important kind of business groups, as measured 
by volume of receipts and number of establishments. 

Banks and other financial institutions, real estate agencies, insur- 
ance companies, construction companies, certain types of transportation 
agencies, and trade associations, are covered in other phases of the pre- 
sent Census of Business. The 1935 Census of Business does not include doc- 
tors, lawyers, or dentists; power laundries or cleaning and dyeing plants; 
religious or charitable institutions; hospitals or sanitariums; public util- 
ities; educational institutions; or government-operated enterprises--all of 
which were omitted from the Census because they are being adequately cover- 
ed by other statistical series, or because of the virtual impossibility of 
securing accurate data regarding their activities. 

As in the 1933 Census, restaurants, dairies, general repair gar- 
ages, and small bakeries and ice cream manufacturers whose value of 
product for the year is less than $5,000 and who sell primarily to the 
consumer, are included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

Following is a list of kinds of businesses which were included in 
the Census of Service Establishments for 1933 but which have been in- 
cluded in other phases of the 1935 Census of Business as indicated: 

MX§Ilti§iS£ igencies. (Covered as a separate phase of the 
Business Census. ) 



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Aviation field service. (Transferred to the Transportation 
phase of the 1935 Business Census.) 

Broadcasting stations. (Covered as a separate phase of the 
Business Census.) 

Cartage and trucking esta bli shments. (Included in reports 
for the Transportation Census.) 

Q§iiY§£i servi ce . (Included in reports for the Transporta- 
tion Census. ) 

iiictrical repair shops. (Shops primarily engaged in elec- 
tric wiring and fixture installation were transferred 
to Construction Census, while those engaged primar- 
ily in appliance repairs are retained in the Census of 
Service Establishments.) 

Ele vator service irepair_}_. (Included in reports for the 
Construction Census.) 

Plant- own ed laundry and dry-cleaning collecting and distri- 
buting agencies. (Are included in the reports for the 
plants made in connection with the 1935 Census of Manu- 
factures. In the 1933 Census, such agencies were in- 
cluded in the Service Census.) 

Plumbing and heating repair shops. (Included in reports for 
the Construction Census. 

Storage warehouses. (Included in reports for the Transporta- 
tion Census . ) 

T in smith and roofing shops. (Shops not engaged in construc- 
tion work are retained in the Service Census, except 
those shops reporting in connection with the Manufactures 
Census - see Definitions of Classifications. Shops doing 
construction work were transferred to the Construction 
phase of the present Census.) 
Tourist camps. (Covered in a separate report of the Business 
Census. ) 

The following table presents United States totals for 1933 for the 
above kinds of business, insofar as they are available. 



STATISriCS FOR 1933 FOB KINnS OF BD3INBSS rNCUJDED IN THB SKRVICS PHASE 
OF THE 1933 CZMSns BDT INCLDDSD IN OTHBR PHASES OF THE CENSUS Of B05IM83S FOR 1935 



Kind of BueinosB 


Number 
of Kstab- 


Receipts 


Number 
of Pro- 


Average 
Number of 


Total 
Pay Boll 




llshnents 


(add 000) 


prietors 


anployees 


(add 000) 


Sartago and trucking establlshicanta 


23,102 


$174,875 


25,196 


59,769 


♦57,301 


Advertising agencloe 


1,095 


166,265 


822 


9,586 


22,477 


Storage warehousea 


2,517 


72,086 


1,968 


£4,137 


24,415 


Broadcasting stations 


374 


55,140 


184 


7,543 


13,292 


Plumbing and haatlng rspalr shops 


6,608 


27,217 


7,419 


8,128 


6,289 


Delivery serrloe 


577 


8,550 


583 


4,966 


4,130 


Tourist cajnDS 


5,846 


8,483 


7,921 


8,490 


1,157 


Elevator service (repair) 


141 


1,546 


145 


529 


644 



A number of kinds of business are included in the 1935 Census of 
Service Establishments which were not covered by the 1933 Census. The 
1935 United States totals for the more important of such additional 



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kinds of business are presented below. 



sniTisrrios fob issc for kikib of bushoss Non 


INCUmSI) IN THE CEKSns OF iUEHICiB BUSINESS FCB 1933 




Ruisber 


Racalpta 


Number 


Areraga 


Total 


Xlud of BualiMU 


of lat sta- 


of Pro- 


Numbar of 


Pay Boll 




ll ahmanta 


(add 000) 


prlatora 


Bnployaaa 


(add 000) 


Printing and publl shine (hop* 


12,640 


•31,891 


13,004 


10,259 


*6,271 


(Lt«* thai $6,000 ralu* of product) 












Saw mlU( and planing nlUa 


9,U9 


14,165 


10,519 


15,745 


4,264 


(Laaa than |S,000 Talvia of product) 












Holaaaaa, aorghUB, and ajrrup mills 


1,708 


598 


1,765 


257 


50 


Cldsr Dllla and praaaas 


i04 


264 


461 


97 


41 


Othar ladnatrlaa 


17,071 


48,603 


16,814 


20,870 


13,102 


(Laaa than $6,000 Talus of produat) 












Cotton ecavrassaa 


165 


9,176 


9 


5,150 


3,627 


Tranaportatlon taimlnsla (Indapandantl; operatad) 


188 


8,SS6 


79 


2,659 


3,148 



In view of these important changes in scope, comparisons of 1935 
aggregates with 1933 aggregates are not recommended. (Detailed descrip- 
tions of changes in scope of the kinds of business classifications for 
which data are presented, are included in the "Definitions of Classifi- 
cations" following.) However, the majority of kinds of business were 
canvassed on bases comparable with those of the 1933 Census and compari- 
sons for most kinds of business are, therefore, significant. Places of 
amusement, such as theaters, amusement parks, dance halls, etc., and 
hotels and tourist camps, are covered in separate series of reports. 

In drawing definite conclusions from the details of the accompanying 
tables, it should be borne in mind that irregularities and deficiencies 
in coverage are more pronounced in certain classifications than in others. 
Such irregularities and deficiencies in coverage are noted in detail under 
"Definitions of Classifications". Likewise, the current Census has been 
affected by incomplete coverage in some areas, occasioned by the fact that 
it was impossible to secure reports from a small number of establishments, 
due to the absence of legislation which, during regular census years, 
makes reporting mandatory. 

AREA AND PERIOD COVERED. The canvass covering the forty-eight 

States and the District of Columbia was conducted in the first eight 
months of 1936. The activities of establishments for the calendar year 
1935 were reported. Seasonal establishments and new enterprises reported 
for that part of the year during which they were in active operation. 



SCOPE OF THE REPORT. The tables contained in this report present 

a complete summary of the data furnished by service establishments which 
reported to the Census. It will be found, however, that some items on 
which information was requested (see schedule Form 40 appended to 
volume), such as operating expenses, and the mem.bers of proprietors' 
families working regularly in the business, were omitted from the tab- 
ulations. The irregularity in the reporting of these items was so great 
as to impair the significance of such totals as might have been obtained. 
Even for some of the items for which results are shown, such as sex of 
employees, and number of employees and pay roll by occupational classes, 
it was ^necessary to restrict tabulations to those reports in which in- 
formation furnished on these items was not obviously erroneous. 



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EXPLANATION OF TERMS 



ESTABLISHMENTS ■ Only recognized places of business are considered 

establishments. A place of business to be classified as a service es- 
tablishment must have been primarily engaged in providing service--that 
is, fifty per cent or more of the revenue of the establishment must have 
been derived from the sale of service. If more than fifty per cent of 
the total operating revenue of the establishment represented receipts 
from the sale of merchandise, such establishment was included in the 
Census of Retail Trade. Each unit of a chain is considered a separate 
establishment. Service concessions, operated independently in connection 
with other businesses, are classified as separate establisments. An 
individual's residence was considered a place of business if a sign in- 
dicated that the occupant was engaged in a service business. Businesses 
showing total receipts of less than $100 for the year are not considered 
establishments for purposes of the Census, and are not, therefore, in- 
cluded in the service tabulatations . Approximately 16,000 reports were re- 
ceived for such businesses. 

KINDS OF BUSINESS. Ordinarily, the classification of an establish- 
ment was determined by the kind of business designation as reported. If, 
however, the report for an establishment disclosed that the preponder- 
ance of receipts was from an activity other than that designated, the 
place of business was classified according to the kind of business from 
which the major portion of the receipts was derived. An example is the 
establishment, reported as a storage garage, but showing receipts from 
sale of gasoline and oil in excess of receipts from automobile storage. 
Such place of business, regardless of its designation as a service estab- 
lishment, was classified as a filling station and included in the Census 
of Retail Trade. 

RECEIPTS. Receipts represented total revenue of the establishment 

less refunds for returned merchandise and allowances. Receipts were re- 
ported in answer to the following items under Inquiry 3 of the report 
form: 

a. Receipts for services (Such as haircutting, shoe repairs, 

storage, mechanical repairs, window cleaning, etc.) 

b. (Applies only to places of amusement, covered in a separ- 

ate Business Census report.) 

c. Receipts from sale of merchandise including receipts from 

sale of meals and from fountain (deduct returned goods 
and allowances) 

d. Receipts from other sources (Specify sources) 

e. Total operating receipts (sum of a, b, c. and d) 



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In all cases where receipt figures are given in the following tables, 
with the exception of the analysis of receipts table (Table 7), they 
represent the total of amounts reported under item e, "Total operating 
receipts" . 

PROPRIETORS. Only those proprietors and firm members devoting 

the major portion of their time to the business are included. Members 
of the families of proprietors who were actively employed in, ani who 
devoted the major portion of their time to the business, are not in- 
cluded as proprietors unless they actually owned an interest in the bus- 
iness. Those family members (other than proprietors) receiving a stated 
wage are considered employees. The inquiry on proprietorship does not, 
of course, apply to incorporated businesses. 

EMPLO YEES. The number of employees working during the pay period 

ending nearest the fifteenth of the month was reported for each of the 
twelve months of 1935. The average number of employees for the year 
(full-time and part-time combined) represents a total of the reported 
employment for these twelve months, divided by twelve. However, in all 
tables, the total of the "average number of employees" column, repre- 
sents the sum of the detail of that column, rather than the true average 
number of employees for the table total, which would be obtained by 
dividing the sum of the monthly employment by twelve. This same method 
of treatment likewise explains the failure of sub-totals in the "average 
number of employees" column to agree exactly with the true averages for 
the respective sub-divisions. 

Employees include salaried officers of corporations, other execu- 
tives, office and clerical employees, salesmen, operatives, etc. 

FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES. Persons regularly engaged for work for four 

or more hours per day or for more than three full days per week. 
Employees working on a full-time basis in seasonal establishments are 
considered as full-time employees. 

PART-TIME E MPL OYEES . - - -Persons employed less than four hours a day 
or for less than three full days per week. (Indications are that this 
definition of part-time employees was not closely followed in a number 
of instances.) 

EXECUTIVES AND SALARIED CORPORATION OFFICERS. ---Includes two types 
of employees: (a) salaried officers of corporations, such as presi- 
dents, vice presidents, secretaries and treasurers, the general auditor 
and other persons appointed by the Board of Directors; (b) other hired 
executives, such as office managers, sales managers, credit managers, 
and others who devote the major portion of their time to responsible 
administrative and supervisory duties. Data for this classification 
were reported for a "specific week". 

QEEICE AND CLERICAL EMPLOYEES. ---Includes stenographers, office 
secretaries, bookkeepers, auditors, accountants, clerks, etc., devoting 
the major portion of their time to clerical work, as distinguished from 



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administrative duties. Data for this classification were reported for 
a "specific week". 

OPERATIVE EMPLOYEES. Includes those employees who perform some 

physical operation which requires skill or training, such as barbers, 
beauty parlor operators, or shop mechanics. Data for this classifica- 
tion were reported for a "specific week". 

SEX OF EMPLOYEES. Represents a distribution by sex of the com- 
bined number of full-time and part-time employees on the pay roll for a 
"specific week". 

PAY ROLL. Pay roll represents the salaries, wages, bonuses, and 

commissions, paid employees (including executives and salaried corpora- 
tion officers) during the year. It does not include compensation of 
proprietors and firm members. 

SPECIFIC WEEK. The data presented on employees by sex, and on 

employment and pay roll for a specific week, were reported for the week 
ending October 26, 1935. 



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DEFINITIONS OF CLASSIFICATIONS 



PERSONAL SERVICES 



BARBER SHOPS. This classification includes all barber shops with 

the exception of those operated as a part of another business, such as 
a retail store or hotel. Barber shop concessions (operated independent- 
ly) in other establishments are included in this classification. Barber 
colleges and barber shop concessions on trains and steamships are not 
included in the Census. The receipts reported include revenue from 
other services rendered in barber shops, such as shoe shining and mani- 
curing, as well as receipts from the sale of small quantities of mer- 
chandise. Employees in these establishments include those engaged on a 
straight salary, and those working on a percentage or commission basis. 
The barber shop operating a beauty parlor as part of the same estab- 
lishment, is covered by the Barber and Beauty Shop classification. 

BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS. Places of business which operate beauty 

parlors in combination with barber shops are included in this classifi- 
cation. As in the case of both the barber shop and the beauty parlor, 
receipts in some cases include revenue from other sources, mainly from 
the sale of small quantities of merchandise, principally cosmetics. 
Likewise, employees in these establishments include those working on a 
commission basis as well as those engaged on a straight salary. 

BATHS AND MASSEURS' ESTABLISHMENTS (Turkish, etc. )---Turkish and 
other health baths operated as distinct establishments are included in 
this classification. Because many of these establishments are operated 
as concessions or operated by other establishments such as sanitariums 
and hotels, coverage of this activity is incomplete. For this reason, 
separate statistics are not shown in the individual State tables for 
this classification, but are included in the classification "Other 
Personal Services". 

BEAUTY PARLQRS. All beauty parlors operated as separate busi- 
nesses are included, but the classification does not include beauty 
parlors operated by department stores, women's ready-to-wear stores, or 
other businesses. Beauty parlors operated as concessions in retail 
stores are included. Schools for the instruction of beauty parlor op- 
erators are included, providing a charge is made for the services per- 
formed by the students. Revenues from the incidental sale of cosmetics 
and hair goods are included in total receipts. Establishments engaged 
essentially in retailing cosmetics, though rendering beauty parlor ser- 
vice as well, are included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

CLEANING, DYEING, PRESSING, ALTERATION, AND REPAIR SHOPS. ---This 
classification consists primarily of establishments engaged in pressing. 



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repairing, and altering clothing for the individual. The majority of 
the establishments included, press and repair clothing on their own 
premises, but seldom do their own cleaning or dyeing. Cleaning and dye- 
ing agencies (establishments doing no cleaning or dyeing, but operated 
solely as points for the collection and distribution of clothing), if 
independently operated--that is, if not owned, either in whole or in 
part, by a cleaning and dyeing plant--are also included in this clas- 
sification. Cleaning and dyeing agencies owned and operated by plants 
are included in the reports submitted for the plants in connection with 
the Biennial Census of Manufactures. Valet shops (the term designating 
establishments which in addition to the cleaning, pressing and repair- 
ing of clothing, render a hat cleaning, shoe shine, and shoe repairing 
service) are included in this classification. Dry cleaning and dyeing 
plants reporting receipts for a full year's operation during 1935 of 
less than $5,000 are also included. The latter operate, for the most 
part, in a manner similar to the cleaning and dyeing shop, in that they 
deal direct with the consumer. Establishments generally known as "Tail- 
or Shops" are included, unless engaged primarily in making clothes to 
order and reporting fifty per cent or more of their total receipts from 
the sale of such clothing--in which case they are included in the Census 
of Retail Trade. Hat cleaning is usually done by the general dry clean- 
ing plant, which reports in connection with the Census of Manufactures, 
or by the shoe shine parlor. The few establishments engaged solely in 
hat cleaning are, therefore, included in the classification "Shoe Repair 
Shops and Shoe Shine Parlors". 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS^ EMBALMERS^ AND CREMATORIES. ---Undertaking, par- 
ticularly in rural areas, is frequently reported in connection with re- 
tail furniture establishments. Every attempt was made to accurately 
classify those establishments which reported both undertaking and the 
sale of furniture, and to include as service establishments only those 
places of business essentially engaged in undertaking and embalming. 
This classification also includes crematories which in the 1933 Census 
were included in the classification "Other Personal Services". All 
revenue from the sale of caskets, burial clothing, etc., are included in 
service receipts. 

FUR REPAIR AND STORAGE SHOPS. This classification includes only 

those establishments engaged essentiially in fur repairing and fur storage. 
The services of fur repairing and storage are performed, for the most 
part, by retail furriers which are included in the Retail Census. For 
the purposes of this Census, "furriers" are included in the Census of 
Retail Trade if more than fifty per cent of their total receipts are from 
the sale of merchandise from stock, or from the sale of fur goods made to 
order. In 1933, such establishments were included in the Census of Retail 
Trade provided one-third or more of their total receipts were from retail 
sales. This classification is not shown separately in the individual 
State tables but is included in "Other Personal Services". 

LAUNDRIES (not including power laundries). This classification in- 
cludes all classes of laundries other than power laundries, which are 



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canvassed biennially in connection with the Census of Manufactures. The 
establishments covered by this classification are, for the most part, 
French and Chinese hand laundries and independent laundry agencies. The 
latter group of establishments (not owned by the power laundries) merely 
act as collecting and distributing agencies and do no actual laundering 
on their premises. Laundry agencies owned by a plant were classified in 
the Census of American Business for 1933 as service establishments, but 
have been omitted from the Business Census for 1935 since they are in- 
cluded in the report for the plant submitted in connection with the 1935 
Census of Manufactures. Chains of agencies and cooperatively owned 
agencies, not owned or operated by power laundries are included in this 
classification. Power laundries reporting less than $5,000 receipts for 
a full year's operation in 1935 are also included in this classification. 
Hand laundries are included irrespective of the volume of receipts if the 
majority of the work was done by hand without the use of power-laundry 
equipment. 



PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS. This classification includes establishments 

engaged in portrait and/or commercial photography. Those establishments 
primarily engaged in film developing, and in the printing and finishing 
of photographs are not included, nor are street photographers who have 
no established places of business. In the larger cities, comparisons 
with 1933 figures are not significant because of the inclusion, for the 
first time, in the present Census, of the large specialized commercial 
photographic studios, which are engaged primarily in servicing advertis- 
ing agencies, publications, and other industrial users of photography. 
Revenue from photography is considered to be from the sale of service 
and not from the sale of pictures. However, some studios--mostly the 
smaller establishments ■ -report receipts from the sale of merchandise, 
consisting principally of picture frames. 



RUG CLEANING AND REPAIRING SHOPS. ---This classification includes 
establishments engaged primarily in the cleaning of rugs provided the 
receipts from such services are less than $5,000. (Establishments with 
annual receipts of $5,000 or more from the cleaning of rugs are included 
in the Biennial Census of Manufactures.) Many of these establishments 
are also engaged in the repair of rugs. Their total receipts in many 
cases exceed $5,000 because the shops engaged primarily in rug i spairing 
are not considered manufacturing establishments. Total receipts of 
these establishments include, aside from the receipts from service sales, 
some revenue from the sale of new and rewoven rugs. 



SHQE REPAIR SHOPS AND SHOE SHINE PARLORS (including hat cleaning). -- 
Establishments included in this classification are engaged principally 
in the repair of footwear and the shining of shoes. Shoe shine or shoe 
repair service conducted in connection with a retail business or with 
another service business is not included. Receipts for this classifica- 
tion include gross revenue from the sale of merchandise such as shoe 
laces, shoe polish and similar articles. In the Census of American 



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Business for 1933, shoe shine parlors and shoe repair shops were shown 
separately. Because both services are frequently rendered by the same 
establishment, these classifications have been combined. Since hat 
cleaning is being done to a considerable degree in connection with shoe 
shine parlors, the few establishments engaged soley in performing this 
service, are included in this classification. (For further details on 
hat cleaning, see "Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing, Alteration, and Repair 
Shops" under Definitions of Classifications.) 



OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES. The kinds of business comprising this 

classification do not warrant separate presentation because of the 
relative unimportance of the number of establishments and total receipts 
represented. This classification is not uniform in all State tables, 
having been amplified in some cases to include other kinds of business 
which could not be shown separately because of incompleteness in cover- 
age, or because of the disclosure of the operations of individual estab- 
lishments which would result. The following are some of the more impor- 
tant kinds of business included in this classification: 

Corset repair shops 

Costume and dress suit rental agencies 

Glove repair shops 

Hosiery repair shops 

Millinery repair shops 

Physical culture schools and gymnasiums 

Scalp treatment establishments 

Shirt repair shops 

Textile weaving shops 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



ADJUSTMENT AND CREDIT BUREAUS, AND COLLECTION AGENCIES. ---Mercantile 
and consumer credit reporting bureaus and privately operated collection 
agencies are included in this classification. Receipts, as a rule, 
represent only charges for services. In addition, cooperatively organized 
bureaus and agencies (with the exception of adjustment, credit, and 
collection departments of trade associations) are included. Receipts of 
cooperative organizations consist for the most part of assessments to the 
various members, usually prorated according to the amounts of service 
rendered. 

AUCTIONEERS' ESTABLISHMENTS (service only) .---Only those establish- 
ments engaged primarily in rendering service are included in this clas- 
sification. If fifty per cent or more of the receipts of an establish- 
ment were derived from the sale of its own merchandise, the establish- 
ment was included in the Census of Retail Trade. Real estate auctioneers 



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are included in this classification. Receipts represent charges for services 
rendered plus the sale of incidental merchandise. Statistics for auc- 
tioneers' establishments are not shown separately in the individual States 
tables but are included in the classification "Other Business Services", 

BILLBOARD ADVERTISING SERVICE. ---Establishments included in this 
classification are engaged chiefly in the preparation and presentation of 
poster displays (principally outdoor) on their own or rented signboards. 
The revenue of these establishments is derived from rentals of space on 
display boards and from other sources, such as fees received for the 
preparation of display advertisements. The receipt figures reported in- 
clude amounts passed on as commissions to advertising agencies and to the 
various organizations engaged in the sale of billboard space. Operative 
employees of these establishments are engaged in the repairing and main- 
tenance of display boards and the posting of advertisraents. Usually the 
selling function is undertaken by a separate organization, and for this 
reason, few plants maintain an extensive sales force. 

BLUEPRINTING AND PHOTOSTAT LABORATORIES. ---Laboratories engaged 
principally in the reproduction of drawings, plans, maps and other copy, 
by blueprinting or photostating, are included in this classification. 
Establishments reporting fifty per cent or more of their total receipts 
from the sale of merchandise are included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

COIN OPERATED MACHINE RENTAL AND REPAIR SERVICE. ---This classifica- 
tion includes establishments engaged in the operation or rental and re- 
pair of coin-operated amusement or vending machines. Such machines are 
placed in retail stores or other establishments frequented by the public, 
and these stores participate in the revenues of the machine, usually on a 
percentage basis. In some cases the machines are leased, and the entire 
revenues accruing as a result of their operation by the public, revert to 
the lessee. Establishments which are primarily engaged in the sale of 
merchandise through coin-operated machines are included in the Census of 
Retail Trade. Establishments which are operated solely as places of 
amusement, maintaining a number of coin-operated machines for the use of 
the public, are not covered by this classification but are included in 
the Census of Amusement Places. While a number of reports were received 
for individual machines operated in retail establishments, they are not 
included in the Census, since they are not regarded either as establish- 
ments or concessions. Statistics for this classification are not shown 
separately in the individual State tables but are included in the figures 
for "Other Business Services". 

COURT REPORTING AND PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC AGENCIES. ---This classifica- 
tion includes establishments providing court reporting service and gener- 
al public stenographic service. Public stenographers who maintain no 
separate places of business but are engaged as part-time employees of 
business offices are not included in the Census. Some public stenographic 
agencies supply, in addition to stenographic service, a mailing and 



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telephone service. These are included in this particular classification 
when the greater part of their receipts are derived from the stenographic 
service rendered. In some cases, a mimeographing or multigraphing ser- 
vice is conducted as a secondary phase of the business. The coverage of 
this kind of business is incomplete due to the lack of a uniform under- 
standing on the part of enumerators as to the type of activity which was 
to be canvassed. Statistics for this classification are not shown in 
the individual State tables but are included in the classification "Other 
Business Services", 

DENTAL LABORATORIES. This classification includes laboratories 

making plates, bridges, inlays, porcelain work, etc., for the dental pro- 
fession. Many of the larger of these establishments were at one time 
taken in the Biennial Census of Manufactures. They are now, however, as 
in the 1933 Census, included in the Census of Business irrespective of 
volume of receipts, except when also engaged in the manufacture of dental 
equipment. The private laboratories of dentists are not included in this 
Census. Establishments which are engaged in the sale of dental equipment 
and/or supplies for the dental profession are included in the Census of 
Retail Trade. Receipts of dental laboratories are considered as being 
from the sale of service, rather than from the sale of merchandise. 

DISINFECTING AND EXTERMINATING SERVICE. ---Establishments primarily 
engaged in the extermination of insects, rodents, germs and parasites, 
from building, bedding, furniture and clothing are covered by this clas- 
sification. Statistics for this classification are not shown separately 
in the individual State tables but are included in the classification 
"Other Business Services". 

DUPLICATING, ADDRESSING, MAILING, AND MAILING LIST SERVICE. ---Estab- 
lishments engaged principally in providing mimeographing, multigraphing, 
rotaprinting, multilithing, planographing, addressographing, and mailing 
services are included in this classification. Establishments engaged in 
the compilation and sale of mailing lists are also included. Printing 
plants frequently provide such services. (Printing plants are included 
in the Biennial Census of Manufactures whenever they report annual re- 
ceipts in excess of $5,000. When the receipts are less than $5,000, 
they are included as service establishments under the classification 
"Printing and Publishing Shops".) Many of the establishments included 
conduct stenographic, typewriting or mailing services as minor phases of 
their business. Establishments engaged solely in writing copy for di- 
rect mail advertising are not included in this classification but are 
covered in "Other Business Services". 

EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. This classification includes only those 

establishments that are privately owned and operated. Government-oper- 
ated agencies and those operated in connection with schools, welfare 
institutions, professional associations, or trade unions are not in- 
cluded. Many employment agencies render other business services such as 



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duplicating or public stenographic service as a secondary activity. 

FREIGHT FORWARDERS AND CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS. ---This classification 
includes establishments engaged primarily in the assembly of small ship- 
ments of freight into larger shipments (carloads, truckloads, etc.) for 
delivery to a single destination, or to several points on an established 
route. Some establishments own and operate transportation equipment 
(freight cars, loading apparatus, etc.). Others merely maintain service 
offices. Statistics for this classification are not shown separately in 
the individual State tables but are included in the classification 
"Other Business Services". 

INSURANCE CLAIM ADJUSTMENT OFFICES (independently operated) . ---This 
classification includes establishments engaged in the adjustment of 
claims against the various types of insurance carrier companies (fire, 
casualty, life, accident, etc.). Claim adjusting departments of insur- 
ance carriers are not included in this classification. Such departments 
are included in the carriers' reports which are made in connection with 
the Insurance phase of the Business Census. Statistics for this clas- 
sification are not shown separately in the individual State tables but 
are included in the classification "Other Business Services". 

LINEN, COAT, APRON, AND OVERALL SUPPLY SERVICE. ---Establishments 
included in this classification supply uniforms, aprons, table covers, 
towels, etc., to restaurants, barber shops, beauty parlors, offices, 
and other establishments. They collect the soiled supplies and deliver 
the laundered and repaired replacements as required. The establish- 
ments rendering these services usually contract with a commercial 
laundry for the laundering of the articles which they supply. Establish- 
ments which launder linen and apparel, in addition to performing a supply 
service, are not included in this classification but report in connection 
with the Biennial Census of Manufactures as power laundries, providing 
their annual receipts for laundering are more than $5,000. They are in- 
cluded in this classification, however, when they report receipts from 
laundering of less than $5,000 per annum. In a few cases, receipts from 
the sale of merchandise are reported, which represent supplies sold to 
customers. 

PHOTO FINISHING LABORATORIES. ---These laboratories are engaged 
primarily in the developing of films and in photoprinting and enlarging 
for amateur photographers. Agencies for photo finishing laboratories 
located in retail stores or other service establishments are not includ- 
ed in this classification. Statistics for this classification are not 
shown separately in the individual State tables but are included in the 
classification "Other Business Services". 

SIGN PAINTING SHOPS. This classification includes shops engaged 

primarily in sign painting. Establishments engaged in office-door and 
window lettering, commercial poster work, and canvas lettering are also 



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included. Receipts of these establishments include some revenue from 
the sale of signs as well as from the maintenance of signs. Establish- 
ments engaged primarily in the sale of signs, paints, painters' supplies, 
etc., but which also do sign painting, are included in the Retail Census. 

TICKET AGENTS AND BROKERS AND TRAVEL BUREAUS. ---Only transportation 
ticket agents and brokers (including Travel Bureaus) operating independ- 
ently of transportation companies are included in this classification. 
Theater ticket agents and brokers are included in "Other Business 
Services". Receipts for this kind of business represent the agents' or 
brokers' commissions. Statistics for this classification are not shown 
separately in the individual State tables but are included in the clas- 
sification "Other Business Services". 

TITLE AND ABSTRACT COMPANIES. This classification includes estab- 
lishments engaged in title abstracting and title guarantee service. The 
1933 Census included only abstract companies. With the addition of the 
Insurance phase of the Census, reports were secured for title insurance 
and guarantee companies. These title companies have been included in 
the Service rather than the Insurance phase of the Census because of the 
importance of the service function performed, and because it was fre- 
quently impossible to distinguish between such establishments (many 
title companies reported on the Service and Amusement schedule) and 
places of business engaged only in title abstracting. Statistics for 
this classification are not shown separately in the individual State 
tables but are included in the classification "Other Business Services". 

WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE. ---Establishments in this classification 
are engaged in cleaning windows in office buildings, apartment houses, 
stores, homes, and other types of buildings. Maintenance personnel of 
office buildings, and individuals engaged in window cleaning, who have 
no established places of business, are not included. 

OTHER BUSINESS SERVICES. A large number of kinds of business for 

which separate data are not presented due to the relative unimportance 
of the number of establishments and total receipts represented in each 
classification, are included in this classification. The classifica- 
tion was am.plified in the individual State tables to include other 
kinds of business which could not be shown separately because of incom- 
pleteness in coverage, or because of the disclosure of operations of 
individual establishments. The following are some of the more important 
kinds of business included in this classification: 

Advertising representatives 

Armored car service 

Booking agents' offices 

Bottle exchanges 

Building cleaning service 

Business brokers 

Business, financial, and statistical reporting service 

Copywriters 



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Cotton compresses 

Detective agencies 

Distributing service 

Messenger service 

Packing service 

Press clipping service 

Protective agencies 

Public address systems 

Stevedoring service 

Theater ticket agents and brokers 

Ticker service 

Transportation terminals (independently operated) 

Truck freight brokers' offices 

Weighing service 

Window display service 



REPAIR SERVICES AND CUSTOM INDUSTRIES 

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS AND SERVICES (excluding general repair garages): 

AUTOMOBILE LAUNDRIES. — Establishments engaged primarily in the 
washing and polishing of automobiles are included in this classification. 
Automobile laundries reporting more than fifty per cent of their receipts 
from the sale of merchandise are included in the Census of Retail Trade. 
Automobile laundries operated in connection with automobile storage and 
repair garages are not included. 

AUTOMOBILE PAINT SHOPS. Includes establishments engaged essen- 
tially in automobile painting and refinishing. Many automobile top and 
body repair shops maintain their own paint departments. Such depart- 
ments are not included in this classification but are considered as part 
of the top and body repair shops, which are covered by a separate 
classification. 

AUTOMOBILE RADIATOR SHOPS. ---Establishments primarily engaged in the 
repair of automobile radiators are included in this classification. Some 
of these shops also do specialized welding and minor automobile top and 
body repair work. In addition, many are engaged in automobile glass in- 
stallation, while still others are engaged in battery recharging and 
ignition repairing. 

AUTOMOBILE RENTAL SERVICE. ---This classification covers establish- 
ments engaged in the rental of automobiles and trucks, including those 
renting automobiles on a "drive-it-yourself " basis. Establishments 
which rent specialized automotive transportation equipment such as 
ambulances are also included. 



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AUTOMOBILE STORAGE GARAGES. The establishments covered hy this 

classification are mainly those primarily engaged in the live-storage of 
automobiles. Warehouses engaged in the dead-storage of automobiles are 
not covered by this classification but are included in the Transporta- 
tion phase of the Business Census. General repair garages and filling 
stations, which provide storage for automobiles as secondary activity, 
are included in the Retail Census. Many storage garages, in addition to 
the storing of cars, report receipts for numerous other services such as 
washing and lubricating cars, repairing brakes, axles, etc. 

AUTOMOBILE TOP AND BODY REPAIR SHOPS. Many establishments includ- 
ed in this classification also render other specialized automotive 
repair service such as upholstery repair, glass installation, and radia- 
tor repair. Ordinarily, these establishments also maintain their own 
automobile paint departments. Receipts for this classification include 
i-evenue from the sale of automobile parts, and from the sale of gasoline 
and oil. Where receipts from the sale of merchandise or from general 
automotive repair work exceed fifty per cent of the total receipts, the 
establishment is included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

BATTERY AND IGNITIQN REPAIR SHOPS. This classification includes 

establishments engaged in the rental, charging, repair, and storage of 
batteries, as well as those engaged in ignition repair. Many of these 
establishments also repair automobile radios, as a minor phase of their 
business. Others sell gasoline and automobile parts. Establishments 
reporting more than fifty per cent of their total receipts from the 
sale of merchandise oi- from general automotive repairs are included in 
the Census of Retail Trade. 

PARKING LOTS. Only those parking lots reporting more than fifty 

per cent of their total receipts from the parking facilities afforded 
are included in this classification. Otherwise, they are included in 
the Census of Retail Trade. In the 1933 Census, parking lots were con- 
sidered retail establishments whenever receipts from the sale of mer- 
chandise equaled more than one-third of the total receipts. Most park- 
ing lots are engaged in selling gasoline, and in rendering such addi- 
tional services as washing and lubricating automobiles. 

TIRE REPAIR SHOPS. For the purpose of the 1933 Census, tire 

repair shops reporting more than one-third of their total receipts from 
the sale of merchandise were classified as retail establishments and 
included in the Retail Census. For the purpose of this Census, however, 
such establishments are classified as retail stores only when more than 
fifty per cent of their total receipts are from the sale of merchandise. 
Many establishments engaged in tire repairing do other specialized auto- 
motive repair work, such as brake relining, battery repairing, and radi- 
ator repairing. Automobile parts, gasoline and new and used tires, 
comprise the principal lines of merchandise sold. 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS. This classification includes establish- 
ments specializing in automobile brake repairing, relining, and adjust- 
ing, and those specializing in automobile spring, axle, and wheel repair 



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service. These services are also perforned to some extent by general 
repair garages which are included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

OTHER REPAIR SERVICES (except apparel and shoes): 

ARMATURE REWINDING SHOPS. Establishments included in this clas- 
sification are engaged primarily in rewinding armatures and in repairing 
motors. Wholesalers and retailers of electrical goods (occasionally en- 
gaged in armature rewinding) are classified as armature rewinding shops 
providing more than fifty per cent of their total revenue is derived 
from this activity; otherwise, they are included in the Retail or Whole- 
sale phase of the Census. A portion of the total receipts shown for 
this classification includes receipts from sale of electrical appliances 
and electrical parts. Statistics for this classification are shown in 
the United States Summary tables but are not shown separately in the 
individual State tables. They are included in the classification "Other 
Repair Services". 

ilCYCLE REPAIR SHOPS. ---For the purpose of the 1933 Census, estab- 
lishments engaged in bicycle repairing were classified as retail estab- 
lishments when they reported sales of merchandise amounting to more than 
one-third of their total receipts. For the purpose of the present Cen- 
sus, establishments reporting as bicycle repair shops are not considered 
retail establishments unless more than fifty per cent of their total 
receipts are from the sale of merchandise. A number of these establish- 
ments, primarily engaged in bicycle repairing, are also engaged in 
repairing motorcycles and in the rental of bicycles and motorcycles. 
Many bicycle repair shops are also engaged in repairing baby carriages 
and electrical appliances. Statistics for bicycle repair shops are not 
shown separately in the individual State tables but are included in the 
classification "Other Repair Services". 

BLACKSMITH SHOPS. While this classification includes establish- 
ments reporting blacksmithing as their principal kind of business, many 
of the establishhraents included are also actively engaged in farm imple- 
ment, automobile, and general machinery repair. Some blacksmith shops, 
in addition to their regular business, report gasoline sales. Compara- 
tive statistics for this classification are not significant due to the 
fact that establishments reporting as blacksmith shops for the one Cen- 
sus would report under another specialized mechanical repair service 
designation in the other census. 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE REPAIR SHOPS . ---This classification includes 
mainly small shops engaged in repairing electrical appliances (washing 
machines, vacuum cleaners, irons, etc.). As in the 1933 Census, 
electrical contractors and electrical shops engaged primarily in house- 
wiring are not included in this classification. They are, however, 
included in the Construction phase of the present Census. Electrical 
appliance repair shops reporting more than fifty per cent of their total 
receipts from the sale of merchandise are included in the Retail Census. 
The basis of classification differs from that used in 1933, in that shops 



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reporting more than one-third of their total receipts from the sale of 
merchandise were classified as retail stores in that Census. This clas- 
sification does not include establishments engaged in the repair of 
electric or neon signs. Such establishments are covered in "Other 
Business Services". 

HARNESS AND LEATHER GOODS REPAIR SHOP§. ---Establishments included 
in this classification are engaged primarily in the repair of harness, 
saddlery, luggage and other leather goods. Some of these establishments 
are also engaged in the repair of boots and shoes. For the purpose of 
the 1933 Census, establishments engaged in harness and leather repair 
work were included in the Retail Census when one-third or more of their 
total receipts were from the sale of merchandise. Such establishments 
are not included in the Retail phase of the present Census unless more 
than fifty per cent of their total receipts are from the sale of 
merchandise. 

LOCKSMITH AND GUNSMITH SHOPS. ---The majority of the establishments 
included in this classification are engaged primarily in cutting keys 
and repairing locks. Gun repairing, in most cases, constitutes a minor 
activity although some establishments engaged exclusively in the repair 
of firearms are included. In addition to repairing locks and guns, many 
of the establishments included are engaged, to some extent, in repairing 
electrical appliances, bicycles, and radios. Locksmith and gunsmith 
shops reporting more than fifty per cent of their total receipts from 
the sale of merchandise are included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

MU§ICAL INSTRUMENTS REPAIR SHOPS. ---Included in this classification 
are those establishments engaged primarily in the repair of musical 
instruments other than pianos and organs. Teachers of music, rendering 
an instrument repair service, but maintaining no establishments for this 
purpose, are excluded from the Census. Many of the establishments 
included in this classification are also engaged in selling new and 
second-hand musical instruments. When more than fifty per cent of the 
total receipts of these establishments are reported as derived from the 
sale of merchandise, such establishments are included in the Census of 
Retail Trade. Statistics for this classification are not shown sepa- 
rately in the individual State tables but are included in the clas- 
sification "Other Repair Services". 

PIANO AND ORGAN TUNING AND REPAIR SERVICE. Only establishments 

primarily engaged in the tuning and repairing of pianos and organs are 
included in this classification. Much of this service is rendered by 
individuals who derive most of their revenue as teachers of these 
musical instruments. Such persons, unless operating from recognized 
places of business, are omitted from the Census. Statistics for this 
classification are not shown separately in the individual State tables 
but are included in the classification "Other Repair Services". 

RADIO REPAIR SHOPS. This classification includes those establish- 
ments engaged primarily in the repair of radios. Radio dealers and 



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radio repair departments of retail establishments are not included. 
Radio repair shops reporting more than fifty per cent of their total 
receipts from the sale of merchandise are included in the Census of 
Retail Trade. For the purpose of the 1933 Census, such establishments 
were included in the Retail Census when more than one-third of their 
total receipts were derived from the sale of merchandise. Receipts from 
radio repairing are also reported by many establishments classified as 
"Electrical Appliance Repair Shops". 

REFRIGERATOR SERVICE AND REPAIR SHOPS. ---This classification covers, 
essentially small shops engaged almost exclusively in the servicing and 
repairing of domestic and commercial electric refrigerators. Most of the 
repairs to refrigerators and commercial refrigeration units are made by 
repair departments of the dealers or manufacturers. Such departments are 
not included in this classification, except in some few instances, where 
operated as separate establishments. Refrigerator repair shops are in- 
cluded in the Census of Retail Trade, whenever receipts from merchandise 
sales amount to more than fifty per cent of the total receipts of the 
establishment. This differs from the 1933 Census in that these estab- 
lishments were classified as retail stores whenever receipts from the 
sale of merchandise equaled one-third or more of total receipts. 
Statistics for this classification are not shown separately in the in- 
dividual State tables but are included in the classification "Other 
Repair Services". 

SAW AND TOOL SHARPENING AND REPAIR §HOPS. ---Included in this clas- 
sification are establishments engaged primarily in sharpening saws and 
tools — many of which render, in addition, a general repair service. 
Statistics for this classification are not shown separately in the 
individual State tables but are included in the classification "Other 
Business Services". 

TYPEWRITER REPAIR SHOPS. ---This classification includes those 
establishments engaged primarily in the repair of typewriters. The 
repair of adding machines and various other business machines frequently 
constitutes an important additional activity. Establishments renting 
typewriters are included in this classification when receipts from such 
rentals do not constitute a major portion of the total receipts of the 
establishment. Otherwise, typewriter rental establishments are included 
in a separate classification under the "Miscellaneous Services" group. 
Total receipts of some establishments include receipts from the sale of 
such merchandise as reconditioned typewriters, typewriter ribbons, and 
other typewriter supplies. Statistics for this classification are not 
shown separately in the individual State tables but are included in the 
classification "Other Repair Services". 

UPHOLSTERY AND FURNITURE REPAIR SHOPS. ---Establishments included in 
this classification are engaged primarily in furniture upholstering 
and/or furniture repairing. Repair departments of retail establishments, 
and upholstery and furniture repair establishments reporting more than 
fifty per cent of their receipts from the sale of merchandise, are not 



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included. In 1933, such establishments were classified as retail stores 
when more than one-third of the total receipts represented merchandise 
sales. Many of the shops included in this classification manufacture 
some furniture. 

WATCH, CLOCK, AND JgWELRY REPAIR SHOPS. ---Shops reporting more than 
fifty per cent of their total revenue from retail sales are included in 
the Census of Retail Trade. This differs somewhat from the basis of 
classification used in 1933 when such an establishment was considered a 
retail store providing more than one-third of the total receipts were 
from the sale of merchandise. Many of the smaller watch, clock, and 
jewelry repair shops rendered other repair services, such as electrical 
appliance repairing, bicycle repairing, etc. 

OTHER REPAIR SERVICES. Included m this classification are a 

large number of repair shops engaged in various specialized repair ser- 
vices for which separate data are not presented due to the relative 
unimportance of the number of establishm.ents and total receipts repre- 
sented in each classification. These shops frequently sell parts and 
other merchandise, and when an establishm.ent 's retail sales exceed 
fifty per cent of the total receipts, the establishment is included in 
the Census of Retail Trade. This differs somewhat from the basis of 
classification in 1933 wnen such an estaolishment was considered a 
retail store provided more than one-third of the total receipts were 
from sales of merchandise. This classification was amplified in the 
individual State tables to include other kinds of business which could 
not be shown separately because of incompleteness in coverage, or 
because of the disclosure of operations of individual establishments 
which would result. The following are some of the more important kinds 
of business included in this classification: 

Awning and tent repair shops Iron repair shops 

Beer pump, coil cleaning Lawn mower repair shops 

and repair service Mirror repair shops 
Blade, knife, and scissors repair shops Scale repair shops 

Boat repair shops Sewing machine repair shops 

Business macjaine repair shops Stove repair shops 

Cash register repair shops Tool repair shops 

Cylinder grinding shops Umbrella repair shops 

Electric sign repair shops Windmill, pump, and well 
Fountain pen repair shops repair service 

Implement repair shops General repair shops 

CUSTOM INDUSTRIES: 

CABINETMAKI1;JG SHOPS (including woodworking). This classification 

covers mainly those establishments primarily engaged in the repair of 
articles made from wood. Establishments manufacturing wooden articles 
are included when the value of products for the year is less than $5,000. 



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CIDER MILLS AND PRESSES. Cider mills and presses are included in 

this classification when operated either on a custom basis or when 
reporting a value of product of less than $5,000. Commercially operated 
mills and presses reporting a value of product for the year of $5,000 or 
more are included in reports of the Census of Manufactures. 

GRIST MILLS. This classification includes grist mills reporting 

total receipts of less than $5,000 per annum, as well as larger mills 
engaged primarily in custom grinding. Such mills are not covered in the 
Biennial Census of Manufactures. Custom grinding is quite frequently 
done by feed stores which report as retail stores. Many custom grist 
mills are also operated in connection with blacksmith or farm implement 
repair shops, and such establishments are classified according to the 
service from which the major portion of receipts is derived. The 
coverage of grist mills in the 1933 Census was incomplete due to a mis- 
understanding on the part of enumerators as to the type of custom mills 
which were to be canvassed. The 1933 figures for this classification are 
not, therefore, comparable with the figures presented for 1935. 

HEMSTITCHING, EMBROIDERING, AND BUTTONHOLING SHOPS. ---Included in 
this classification are shops engaged in hemstitching, embroidering, and 
buttonholing, which sell their services direct to the consumer. Depart- 
ments of retail stores doing such work are not included, nor are contract 
buttonholing shops. This latter group is included in the classification 
"Other Custom Industries". Many shops report receipts from the sale of 
merchandise. When such receipts are more than fifty per cent of the 
total receipts, the establishment is included in the Census of Retail 
Trade. 

MACHINE SHOPS. This classification covers small machine shops that 

are engaged primarily in repair services. It also includes those engaged 
in manufacturing when the annual value of product is less than $5,000. 
(Machine shops with a value of product of more than $5,000 are covered by 
the Biennial Census of Manufactures.) The m.achine shops of manufacturing 
plants or those shops operated as departments in other establishments are 
not included in this classification. Many machine shops render other 
services such as welding, blacksmithing, and in some cases automobile 
repairing. 

MATTRESS RENOVATING AND REPAIR SHOPS. ---This classification includes 
only those establishments which are engaged exclusively in renovating and 
repairing mattresses. Mattress manufacturers (covered by the Biennial 
Census of Manufactures), and retail dealers (included in the Retail 
Census), frequently render a similar service. Mattress renovating and 
repair shops are classified as retail establishments whenever fifty per- 
cent or more of their total receipts are derived from the sale of 
merchandise. 

MOLASSES. SORGHUM. AND SYRUP MILLS. ---Molasses , sorghum, and syrup 
mills are included in this classification when operated eitner on a 
custom basis or when reporting a value of product for the year of less 



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than $5,000. Commercially operated mills reporting a value of product 
for the year of $5,000 or more are included in the Biennial Census of 
Manufactures. 

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING SHOPS. -- -This classification includes print- 
ing and publishing establishments not reporting in connection with the 
Biennial Census of Manufactures, because the value of product for the 
year was less than $5,000. Many of these establishments are engaged in 
the printing and publishing of rural newspapers. The receipts for this 
classification include revenue from the sale of advertising, from sub- 
scriptions, and from job printing. Establishments engaged essentially 
in retailing stationery, though rendering a printing service as well, are 
included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

SAW MILLS AND PLANING MILLS. This classification includes all saw 

mills and planing mills engaged primarily in custom work, as well as 
those commercially operated reporting a value of product for the year of 
less than $5,000. Commercially operated mills reporting a value of 
product for the year of $5,000 or more are included in the Biennial 
Census of Manufactures. 

THRESHING, CORN SHELLING, HAY BALING, AND OTHER AGRICULTURAL 
SERVICES. Peanut picking, hulling, harvesting, grain cutting and bind- 
ing, plowing, and silo filling and cutting, and other services rendered 
the farmer are also among those included in this classification. Re- 
ceipts for these establishments are in most cases small and employment 
is highly seasonal. In Florida and California, this classification 
includes a number of large establishments performing highly specialized 
and technical services. These establishments are engaged primarily in 
the care of orchards or in dehydrating fruits. Coverage for the clas- 
sification is incomplete because of the seasonal nature of the business 
and the inaccessability to the enumerator of many establishments which 
properly should be included as agricultural service establishments. The 
coverage of these kinds of business in the 1933 Census was even more 
incomplete due to a misunderstanding on the part of enumerators as to 
the types of custom businesses which were to be canvassed. The 1933 
figures for this classification are not, therefore, comparable with the 
figures presented for 1935. 

TINSMITH SHOPS. This classification includes small shops primarily 

engaged in sheet metal repair work and in the manufacture of tinware, 
gutters, ventilators, etc., with annual receipts of less than $5,000. 
Establishments reporting a value of product for the year of $5,000 or 
more are covered by the Biennial Census of Manufactures provided they are 
not engaged primarily in construction work, such as the erection of 
gutters, ventilators, etc. Such establishments are included in the Con- 
struction Census. Roofing repair shops which were included with tinsmith 
shops in the 1933 Census are now included in the Construction Census. 

WELDING SHOPS. This classification includes shops reporting re- 
ceipts of less than $20,000. Welding shops reporting receipts in excess 



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of $20,000 are included in the Biennial Census of Manufactures. Many of 
the shops included in this classification perform other repair services 
in addition to welding. 

OTHER CUSTOM INDUSTRIES. Included in this classification are 

various manufacturing plants reporting total receipts of less than 
$5,000 per annum, as well as larger plants engaged primarily in custom 
work. Such establishments are not covered in the Biennial Census of 
Manufactures. Awning and tent manufacturing establishments are excluded 
from the Census of Manufactures whenever they report annual receipts of 
less than $20,000; such establishments are included in this classifica- 
tion. Many of these establishments, in addition to manufacturing, are 
engaged in repair work and report total receipts in excess of $5,000. 
Over fourteen hundred different kinds of manufacturing establishments 
are included. The most important types are: 



Awning and tent manufacturers 
Bottling works 
Bookbinding establishments 
Broom manufacturers 
Brick manufacturers 
Custom butchers 
Canning establishments 
Candy manufacturers 
Cheese manufacturers 
Chemical manufacturers 
Cigar manufacturers 
Contract tailor shops 



Concrete products manufacturers 
Cosmetics manufacturers 
Diamond setters 
Engraving establishments 
Fur goods manufacturers 
Ice manufacturers 
Medicine manufacturers 
Plating and electro-plating 

establishments 
Pattern making establishments 
Soft drink manufacturers 
Wine manufacturers 



MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 



LANDSCAPE GARDENING AND TREE SURGERY SERVICE. ---This classification 
includes establishments engaged in landscape gardening and tree surgery. 
Some of the establishments included show receipts from the sale of such 
merchandise as shrubs and plants of various kinds. An establishment, to 
be included in this classification, must report more than fifty per cent 
of its total receipts from service sales. When more than fifty per cent 
of the total receipts are from the sale of merchandise, the establishment 
is considered a nursery and omitted from the Census. Statistics for this 
classification are not shown separately in the individual State tables 
but are included in the classification "Miscellaneous Services". 



LIVERY STABLES. This classification includes establishments en- 
gaged in the rental of horse-drawn livery. Usually, such establishments 
also rent saddle horses. Some stables are likewise engaged in the board- 
ing and care of privately owned saddle horses. Statistics for this clas- 
sification are not shown separately in the individual State tables but 
are included in the classification "Miscellaneous Services". Establishments 



engaged primarily in the rental of saddle horses are classified as 
"Riding Academies" and included in the Census of Amusement Places. 



OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES. 



-Included in this classification are 



establishments which could not properly be classified in any of the 
other major groupings. Following are some of the more important kinds 
of business covered: 



Art repair shops 

Automobile tag service 

Boat storage and repair service 

Carpet and linoleum laying 

Check rooms 

Commercial mounting and 

finishing service 
Designers establishments 
Floor surfacing establishments 
Furniture rental establishments 
House moving establishments 



Office equipment rental service 
Phonographic recording and 

electrical transcription 

service 
Picture framing and gilding 

service establishments 
Scaffold and ladder renting service 
Scavenger service establishments 
Taxidermists 
Toll bridges 
Typewriter rental shops 
Window shade cleaning and repairing 

establishments . 



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GENERAL ANALYSIS 



CONCENTRATION OF SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. Of the 574,708 service 

establishments reporting to the Census, 383,556, or 67%, are accounted 
for by twelve kinds of business. These 383,556 establishments reported 
$1,113,942,000, or 55%, of the receipts of all service establishments; 
327,835, or 52%, of the total number of employees; $256,286,000, or 45%, 
of the total pay roll; and 389,819, or 67%, of the total number of active 
proprietors and firm members of all service establishments. 

The following table shows for these twelve major kinds of business, 
relationships between such basic items as establishments and receipts, 
receipts and employees, and employees and pay roll, based on totals for 
the United States. 



HILAnON3HIFS BSmSIN NUUBSR OF ESTABLISBUEOfTS , RECEIPTS, HDUBER OF EMFL0TCI3, 
AMD ANNOJJ. PAY ROLL. FOR 1WSLVE MAJOR KBTOS OF BDSINES3 





Average 


Average 


Average 


Average 




Receipts 


Receipts 


Number of 


Annual 


Kind of Business 


Per 


Per 


Snployees* 


Compensa- 




Estab- 


Engjloyoe* 


Per Estab- 


tion Per 




lishment 




lishment 


Smployee* 


Automobile storage garages 


1 9,654 


$3,934 


2.5 


♦1,005 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


5,928 


3,193 


1.9 


1,045 


Barber shops 


1,728 


2,607 


.7 


683 


Barber and beauty shops 


4,718 


1,826 


2.6 


788 


Beauty parlors 


2,802 


2,203 


1.3 


747 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, alteration, and repair shops 


2,282 


3,631 


.6 


630 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and crematories 


13,417 


6,276 


2,1 


1,085 


Laundries (not Including power laundries) 


2,500 


3,340 


• 7 


574 


Photographic studios 


4,653 


4,105 


1.1 


1,065 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine parlors (including hat cleaning) 


1,796 


4,385 


.4 


650 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


2,816 


4,066 


.7 


860 


Watch, oloclc, and jewelry repair shops 


2,061 


8,593 


.2 


876 


* FtiU-tlme and part-time envloyess combined. 











ESTABLISHMENTS CLASSIFIED BY SIZE. Service establishments are, 

for the most part, small businesses, more than half of which are operated 
solely by proprietors and members of their families, the volume of their 
receipts not justifying the employment of paid personnel. Of the total 
number of establishments covered by the Census, 203,078, or 35.3%, re- 
ported receipts per establishment for the year 1935, amounting to less 
than $1,000, and an additional 226,834 establishments, or 39.5% of the 
total number, reported receipts amounting to more than $1,000, but less 
than $3,000. The 429,912 establishments each of whose receipts for 1935 
were less than $3,000, represent 75% of the total number of service estab- 
lishments, but account for only $494,935,000, or 24%, of the total receipts. 
While establishments in this size group account for only 141,455, or 22%, 
of the total number of employees, they represent 442,002, or 76%, of the 
total number of active proprietors and firm members of all service estab- 
lishments. 



In contrast to the situation for establishments reporting less than 
$3,000 receipts, the 3,385 establishments, (.6% of the total number), 
each of which reported receipts in excess of $50,000, account for 



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$464,877,000, or 23%, of the total receipts; for 132,364, or 21%, of the 
total number of employees; and for 996, or .2%, of the total number of 
proprietors of all service establishments. It is significant to note 
that a large majority of the 3,385 places of business in this group are 
business service establishments. 

The chart on the following page shows, for twelve major kinds of 
business, the relative importance of establishments and receipts in each 
of three size groups, based on totals for the United States. 

MONTHLY EMPLOYMENT. Total employment of service establishments 

shows a steady increase from January through October, when the peak of 
678,910 employees was reached, an increase of 7% over the average for 
the year. Following is an index of monthly employment in all service 
establishments, for 1935, based on the average employment for the year: 



January 


92.4 


February 


92.8 


March 


94.6 


April 


96.1 


May 


97.6 


June 


99.1 



July 


101.9 


August 


103.7 


September 


105.7 


October 


107.0 


November 


105.2 


December 


103.9 



While November shows a decline of 1.8 points from the preceding month, 
and December a decline of 1.3 points from November, such declines do not 
justify the assumption of the beginning of a definite downward trend in 
contrast to the upward trend apparent in the earlier months. On the 
contrary, this decline of three points is attributable for the most part, 
to the decrease in employment in several highly seasonal kinds of busi- 
ness, the employment in which drops off perceptibly in the last two 
months of the year. Agricultural services, landscape gardening, and 
custom saw mills, are some of the more important kinds of business that 
are largely responsible for the downward trend from the peak month which 
is indicated in the index of employment for all service establishments. 

The chart on page xxx shows the fluctuation in monthly employment, 
based on the average number of employees for the year, for eleven of the 
major kinds of business which account for 53% of the total employment of 
all service establishments. None of these kinds of business are affected 
by seasonality to an appreciable extent. 

With the exception of the few kinds of business whose operations 
are of a highly seasonal nature, the remaining kinds of business follow 
the same general trend indicated in the chart. Of the 72 kind of busi- 
ness classifications for which data are presented in Table 4, 54 clas- 
sifications, which account for 89% of the total em.ployment of all service 
establishments, show a generally consistent increase to the peak 
month which in each case occurs in the last quarter of the year. While 
a constant increase in employment, month by month, is not indicated in 
all kinds of business, a scrutiny of the monthly employment in each of 
the kinds of business which show a deviation from the upward trend. 



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discloses that such occasional falling off of employment is comparatively- 
slight, and could hardly be regarded as a significant change in the trend. 

In drawing conclusions concerning trends of employment in service 
establishments, it should be borne in mind that the entry of new estab- 
lishments and the withdrawal of others, are factors which, while they 
influence the employment picture to some extent, cannot be measured from 
information collected in connection with the Census. 

CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES BY OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS. ---Inquiry 6 of 
the questionnaire (see Form 40 in Appendix) calls for a classification 
of full-time and part-time employees and their pay rolls according to 
the following occupational groups: 

a. Executives and salaried corporation officers 

b. Office and clerical employees (not including 

selling employees) 

c. Operative employees 

d. Other employees 

This information was requested for the week ending October 26, 1935. 
(While highly seasonal businesses were requested to report instead one 
week of normal employment during the active season, the data compiled 
were restricted to establishments reporting for the week of October 26.) 

Inasmuch as only 168,991, or 29.4%, of the total number of service 

establishments reporting in connection with the Census supplied the 

breakdown of employment requested, the data are presented on a "number of 

establishments reporting" basis, rather than on a census basis. 

Table 5 presents, for the United States, employment and pay roll 
data for three of the four above-mentioned occupational classifications, 
the classification "Operative employees" having been combined with "All 
other employees" because of frequent inconsistencies in reporting in 
certain kinds of business where the line of demarcation between "Opera- 
tive employees" and "Other employees" is not very distinct. The United 
States summary table by kinds of business is restricted to those kinds 
of business having a total of 1,000 or more full-time employees, busi- 
nesses for which data are not presented separately being included in the 
"Other services" classifications. Data for part-time employees are pre- 
sented only for all occupational classes combined. 

While 29.4% of the total number of service establishments are rep- 
resented, the size of the sample varies for each of the individual kinds 
of business. For this reason statistics by states are presented for 
only those kinds of business for which it is believed a representative 
sample has been secured (kinds of business for which at least 20,000 
employees were reported for the specific week) . The occupational clas- 
sifications presented for the five kinds of business, statistics for which 
are shown by geographic divisions and States represent significant combina- 
tions of the four occupational groups for which data were requested. 



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VARIATION OK EMPLOYMENT IN SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
(For 11 Major Kinds of Business) 




FEB- MAR Af'K MA'. J1.INE JULY AUG SEPT. OCT. NOV DEC. 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



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In the case of funeral directors and crematories, "Executives and sal- 
aried corporation officers" and "Office and clerical employees" are shown 
as a single classification, and "Operative employees" and "Other employ- 
ees" are likewise combined. In the case of tarber shops; beauty parlors; 
cleaning, dyeing, pressing, alteration, and repair shops; and shoe repair 
shops and shoe shine parlors--where operatives are a distinct group and 
where executives and office and clerical employees are decidedly infre- 
quent--statistics are presented for "Operative employees" and for "All 
other employees", the latter group consisting of a combination of the 
three classifications "Executives and salaried corporation officers", 
"Office and clerical employees", and "Other employees". 

Of the 301,215 full-time employees reported by service establish- 
ments supplying employment and pay roll data by occupational groups, 
11,736, or 3.9%, are executives or salaried corporation officers, 29,215, 
or 9.7%, are office and clerical employees, and 260,262, or 86.4%, are 
operative employees and other employees. Executives and salaried corpor- 
ation officers received weekly compensation amounting to $655,632, or 
11.5%, of the total pay roll; office and clerical employees received 
$672,416, or 11.7%, of the total pay roll; and all other employees re- 
ceived $4,401,326, or 76.8%, of the total pay roll. 

Average salaries based on employment and pay roll data as reported 
for any one specific week do not, of course, take into account such 
factors as bonuses paid on a yearly, quarterly, or monthly basis, amounts 
received by operatives in the form of tips, etc. 

SE5J OF EMPLOYEES. Inquiry 6 of the questionnaire also calls for a 

classification by sex of full-time and part-time employees combined, for 
the week ending October 26, 1935. This information is presented for the 
United States in Table 6, by kinds of business and by geographic divisions 
and States, for the same 168,991 establishments which reported the clas- 
sification of employees by occupational groups. 

Of the 398,622 employees reported by service establishments which 
furnished data on sex of employees, 108,668, or 27.3%, are women. Beauty 
parlors have the highest ratio of female employment (90.8%), hemstitch- 
ing, embroidering, and buttonholing shops are second (80.5%), and court 
reporting and public stenographic agencies are third (69.6%). On the 
other hand, the employees of livery stables, saw mills and planing mills, 
blacksmith shops, and grist mills, as would be expected, are virtually all 
men (100%, 99.8%, 99.4%, and 99.1%, respectively). 

Oregon, the District of Columbia, and Wisconsin show the highest 
ratios of female employment for service establishments (34.1%, 33.9%, 
and 33.3%, respectively). The States showing the lowest ratios of fe- 
male employment are Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Louisiana 
(13.4%, 14.7%, 15.8%, and 15.9%, respectively). 

ANALYSIS OF RECEIPTS. ---Of the $2,029,302,000 receipts of service 
establishments, $1,970,920,000, or 97.1%, were derived from the sale of 



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service; $49,104,000, or 2.4%, from the sale of merchandise; and 
$9,278,000, or .5%, from other sources. Receipts from the sale of mer- 
chandise are largely made up of the merchandise sales of automobile 
storage garages; watch, clock, and jewelry repair shops; cleaning, dyeing 
pressing, alteration, and repair shops; and beauty parlors. These 
four kinds of business alone account for $20,223,000, or 41.2%, of the 
total receipts from the sale of merchandise for all service establish- 
ments. 

In order to give a more complete picture of the volume of business 
represented by the Service field, tables analyzing the sales of retail 
establishments (merchandise sales, service sales, etc.) for the United 
States, by kinds of business and by geographic divisions and States, 
are presented in the Appendix. 



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UNITED STATES SUMMARY TABLES 



Pages 
Tatsle 1. — Establishments, Receipts, 

Personnel, and Pay Roll ----------- 1-17 

Table 2. --Number of Establishments and Receipts, 
by Size of Establishment Based on 
Volume of Receipts ------------- 18-46 

Table 3. --Personnel , by Size of Establishment 

Based on Volume of Receipts -------- 47-51 

Table 4. --Monthly Employment -------------- 52-56 

Table 5 . --Employment and Pay Roll 

for a Specific Week ------------ 57-63 

Table 6. --Sex of Employees --------------- 64-65 

Table 7. --Analysis of Receipts ------------- 66-67 



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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


UNITED STATES SUMMARY 










TABLE L- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 








BY 


KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Employee* 




Pay Roll* 




Kind o( business 


of 
eslab- 


Receipts 


proprie 
tors and 


( fulLtime 
and part- 




(add 000) 












lish- 




firm 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




menu 


add 000 ) 


members 


for year 








TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 
Personal aerTloee: 


574,708 


$2,029,302 


580,840 


634,232 


♦567,517 


♦497,118 


♦70,399 
















Barber shops 


131,153 


209,337 


125,721 


80,309 


54,875 


50,145 


4,730 


Barber and beauty shops 


4,302 


20,297 


4,637 


11,115 


8,754 


8,378 


376 


Baths and masseurs' establishments 
















(turkish, etc.) 


1,126 


4,094 


1,102 


1,586 


1,055 


981 


74 


Beauty parlors 


61,355 


171,943 


61,504 


78,062 


58,323 


54,676 


3,647 


CloanlniT, :lyelag, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


57,397 


130,991 


57,512 


36,072 


22,709 


19,308 


3,401 


Funeral directors, erobaliners, and 
















crematories 


17,144 


230,014 


17,078 


36,648 


39,745 


35,225 


4,520 


Fur repair and storage shops 


2,113 


11,035 


2,046 


2,124 


2,329 


1,908 


421 


Laundries I not Including power 
















laundries) 


16,626 


42,073 


18,487 


12,595 


7,227 


6,213 


1,014 


Photosraphl; studios 


10,402 


48,405 


9,924 


11,792 


12,796 


11,792 


1,004 


Rug cleaning and repairing shops 


894 


2,747 


890 


736 


597 


495 


102 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (Including hat cleaning) 


61,046 


109,657 


61,118 


25,007 


16,250 


14,652 


1,598 


Other personal services 


2,218 


10,138 


2,095 


3,144 


3,246 


2,892 


354 


Business services: 
















AdJusCnsnt and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


2,873 


43,553 


1,642 


17,968 


22,326 


21,839 


487 


Auctioneers* estabHshnents 
















(service only) 


725 


3,150 


756 


1,020 


724 


577 


147 


Billboard advertising service 


491 


26,897 


250 


5,324 


8,038 


7,655 


383 


Blueprint i-ig and photostat laboratories 


371 


6,216 


285 


1,673 


2,016 


1,980 


36 


Coin-operated machine rental and 
















repair service 


723 


11,541 


695 


1,862 


2,556 


2,493 


63 


Court reporting and public stenographic 
















agencies 


1,193 


3,606 


1,233 


931 


1,127 


893 


234 


Dental laboratories 


1,800 


17,990 


1,806 


5,061 


6,224 


6,076 


148 


Disinfecting and eitennlnatlng service 


596 


6,407 


477 


2,300 


2,852 


2,601 


251 


Dupiioating, addressing, mailing, and 
















mailing list service 


1,257 


9,813 


1,192 


4,465 


3,864 


3,218 


646 


Slnployment agencies 


1,334 


6,477 


1,243 


1,756 


2,379 


2,254 


115 


Freight forwarders and custom house 
















brokers 


757 


29,519 


383 


9,596 


13,184 


12,768 


416 


Insurance claim adjustnent offices 
















(Independently operated) 


728 


10,223 


412 


3,017 


5,254 


4,807 


447 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


619 


18,129 


293 


3,784 


4,892 


4,841 


51 


Photo finishing laboratories 


1,002 


8,388 


960 


2,472 


2,439 


2,261 


178 


Sign painting shops 


5,035 


14,048 


5,326 


3,754 


3,584 


2,855 


728 


Ticket agents and brokers, and 
















travel bureaus 


939 


12,493 


710 


2,682 


4,513 


4,411 


102 


Title and abstract companies 


2,042 


22,642 


1,170 


8,527 


11,958 


11,544 


424 


window cleaning service 


749 


9,688 


701 


5,907 


6,197 


5,626 


571 


Other business services 


5,625 


248,772 


4,176 


92,427 


108,953 


80,630 


28,323 


Repair services and custom Industries: 
















Automotive repairs atd services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


907 


2,987 


877 


1,647 


972 


777 


195 


Autoniobile paint shops 


1,534 


5,525 


1,652 


1,714 


1,552 


1,309 


243 


Automobile radiator shops 


1,109 


3,850 


1,153 


919 


874 


799 


75 


Automobile rental service 


765 


15,532 


497 


3,546 


4,378 


4,111 


267 


Automobile storage garages 


6,905 


68,040 


5,853 


17,296 


17,381 


16,601 


780 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


5,601 


32,611 


5,922 


10,213 


10,672 


9,614 


1,058 


Battery and Ignition repair shops 


2,377 


8,487 


2,467 


1,559 


1,338 


1,221 


117 


Parking lots 


4,341 


18,751 


3,127 


5,704 


4,428 


4,084 


344 


Tire repair shops 


2,065 


6,490 


2,101 


1,144 


927 


833 


94 


Other automotive repairs 


724 


5,645 


696 


1,333 


1,629 


1,564 


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TABLE I.. ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Employees 




Pay Roil- 




Kind of business 


of 
eslab- 


Receipts 


proprietors 
and lirm 
members 


(full.lime 
and part- 




(add 000) 












li.li. 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Fulltime 


Part-time 




ments 


(add 000) 




for year 








Repair services and custom industries: 
















(continued) 
















Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes) : 
















Armature rewinding shops 


788 


$7,637 


313 


2,102 


$2,472 


$2,334 


$138 
29 


Bicycle repair shops 


1,313 


2,452 


1,326 


428 


265 


236 


Blackanlth shops 


20,325 


23,454 


21,142 


4,534 


2.829 


2.328 


501 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


1,388 


5,005 


1,456 


1,059 


910 


790 


120 


Harness and leather goods repair 
















shops 


8,503 


3,837 


2,636 


429 


247 


203 


44 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


2,173 


4,160 


2,222 


737 


636 


580 


56 


Musical instrument repair shops 


459 


784 


478 


110 


74 


61 


13 


Piano and organ tuning and repair 
















service 


443 


552 


455 


94 


86 


69 


17 


Radio repair shops 


8,256 


14,348 


8.551 


2,251 


1.496 


1,237 


259 


Refrigerator service and repair shops 


437 


3,290 


534 


830 


922 


837 


85 


Saw and tool sharpening and repair 
















shops 


714 


1.501 


729 


315 


331 


306 


25 


Typewriter repair shops 


500 


2,090 


534 


482 


491 


461 


30 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


7,856 


22,124 


8.264 


5.414 


4,554 


3.660 


994 


Watch, clock, and jewelry repair 
















shops 


13,669 


28,450 


13,799 


3.311 


2,900 


2.602 


298 


Other repair services 


10,452 


28,441 


10.904 


6.744 


6.602 


5,763 


839 


Custom industries; 1/ 
















Oablnetmaking shops (including 
















woodworking) 


2,245 


3,950 


2,380 


811 


530 


447 


183 


Cider mills end presses 


404 


264 


451 


97 


41 


26 


16 


Grist mills 


9,318 


8,555 


9,193 


3,516 


1.085 


849 


236 


Hemstitching, embroidering. 
















and buttonholing shops 


1,035 


2,110 


1.085 


865 


512 


604 


108 


Machine shops 


2,983 


7,251 


3,182 


1,927 


1,548 


1,311 


237 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


920 


3,171 


949 


849 


626 


558 


68 


Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


1,708 


398 


1,765 


257 


50 


22 


28 


Printing and publishing shops 


12,640 


31,891 


13,004 


10,269 


6,271 


5,308 


963 


Saw mills and planing mills 


9,129 


14,163 


10,319 


15,745 


4.264 


3,152 


1,112 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


22,051 


15,745 


25,973 


9,336 


3.272 


1.821 


1,451 


Tinsmith shops 


2,318 


5,826 


2,426 


1,407 


1,048 


745 


303 


Welding shops 


3,448 


13,007 


3,584 


3.180 


3,130 


2,720 


410 


Other industries 


17,071 


46,503 


16,8)4 


20,870 


13,102 


11 , 713 


1,389 


Miscellaneous services: 
















Landscape gardening end tree surgery 
















service 


881 


9,165 


851 


3,526 


4,169 


3,535 


534 


Livery stables 


248 


1,372 


226 


358 


318 


305 


13 


Other niscellaneous services 


4,820 


47,284 


4,405 


13,599 


17,289 


15,617 


1,672 





Include! 
ol Minul 



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BUSINESS 


UNITED STATES SUMMARY 










TABLE 1. -ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, 


PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 










Number 






Employees 




Pay Roll- 




Division and State 


of 
estab- 


Receipts 


Active 
proprietors 
and f^rm 
members 


(full-time 
and part 




(add 000) 












lish. 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-lime 




ments 


(add 0001 


for year 








TOTAL FOR UIHTED STATES 
NEW ENGLAND 
Connecticut 


574,708 


$2,029,302 


580,840 


634,232 


1567,517 


};497,118 


$70,399 


39,649 


133,121 


39,327 


37,541 


34,086 


29,708 


4.378 


7,454 


26,550 


7,231 


7.613 


7.024 


5,301 


723 


Maine 


3,561 


9,551 


3,583 


2,585 


2.112 


1,733 


379 


Massachusetts 


21.878 


77,081 


21,747 


22,009 


20,461 


17,675 


E,786 


New Bajnp shire 


2,039 


5,603 


2,105 


1,262 


1,017 


904 


113 


Rhode Island 


3,206 


11,033 


3,100 


3,210 


2,870 


2,580 


290 


Vermont 


1,511 


3,293 


1,561 


861 


602 


515 


87 


MmaLE ATLANTIC 
New Jersey 


149,418 


662,462 


148,984 


179.682 


191,979 


158,778 


23,201 


21,790 


69,216 


21,397 


19,541 


18,090 


15,565 


2,525 


New York 


86,479 


458,474 


86,539 


121,522 


140,014 


123,987 


16,027 


Pennsylvania 


41,149 


134,772 


41,048 


38,519 


33,875 


29,226 


4,549 


EAST NORTH CEl.TRAL 
Illinois 


118,289 


429,462 


120,033 


122.009 


113,804 


102,929 


10,875 


36,760 


172,615 


37,108 


44.553 


46,807 


42,918 


3,889 


Indiana 


15,354 


37,914 


16,130 


11,871 


8,846 


7,939 


907 


Michigan 


20,278 


71,582 


20,325 


£2,019 


19,552 


17,672 


1,880 


Ohio 


32,004 


106,694 


32,215 


31,944 


28,977 


26,186 


2,791 


Wisconsin 


13,893 


40,657 


14,255 


11,622 


9,522 


8,214 


1,408 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL 
Iowa 


69,472 


172,938 


72,299 


54,237 


41,140 


36,618 


4.522 


13,550 


30,687 


14,526 


8,717 


6,221 


5,489 


732 


Kansas 


9,290 


19,784 


9,665 


6,325 


4,084 


3,574 


510 


Minnesota 


14,124 


37,482 


14,694 


10,712 


8,780 


7,750 


1.020 


Missouri 


18,583 


57,460 


18,658 


20,437 


16.536 


14,908 


1,627 


Nebraska 


8,328 


17,153 


8,906 


5,070 


3,571 


3,171 


400 


North Dakota 


2,576 


5,002 


2,635 


1,272 


895 


789 


106 


South Dakota 


3,021 


5,370 


3,215 


1,704 


1,054 


927 


127 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 
Delaware 


50,485 


155,694 


49,866 


68,490 


46,550 


41,045 


5,505 


1,256 


4,052 


1,240 


1,066 


848 


755 


93 


District of Columbia 


2,962 


19,363 


2,765 


6,589 


6,743 


6,468 


275 


Florida 


6,261 


23,140 


6,045 


10,222 


7.463 


6,669 


794 


Georgia 


9,087 


23,541 


8,912 


13,433 


7,315 


5,730 


585 


Mr.ryland 


7,058 


22,743 


6,958 


7,801 


6.594 


5,157 


1,437 


North Carolina 


8,141 


19,877 


8,254 


10,493 


5.941 


5,295 


646 


South Carolina 


4,317 


9,543 


4,291 


5,738 


2.812 


2,443 


369 


Virginia 


6,643 


20,732 


6,574 


9,373 


5.992 


4,991 


1,001 


West Virginia 


4,760 


12,703 


4,827 


3,775 


2.842 


2,537 


305 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Alabama 


32,664 


70,997 


33,265 


32,770 


18,650 


16,478 


2,172 


7,620 


16,077 


7,563 


9,472 


4.837 


4,068 


769 


Kentucky 


9,264 


20,879 


9,577 


7,387 


4.825 


4,340 


485 


Mississippi 


5,813 


8,723 


5,938 


4,975 


2.247 


1,904 


343 


Tennessee 


9,967 


25,318 


10,187 


10,936 


6.741 


6,166 


575 


WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Arkansas 


44,200 


126,884 


45,138 


55,426 


38,670 


33,804 


4,866 


5,427 


11,206 


5,616 


5,405 


2,905 


2,650 


255 


Louisiana 


6,262 


21,539 


6,206 


10,407 


7,901 


6,290 


1,611 


Oklahoma 


9,735 


21,821 


9,926 


8,936 


5,891 


5,295 


595 


Tjxas 


22,776 


72,318 


23,390 


30.678 


21,973 


19.568 


2,405 


MOUNTAIN 
Arizona 


16,860 


47,237 


17,277 


14.343 


11,829 


10,551 


1,278 


1,381 


5,112 


1,376 


1.664 


1,468 


1,308 


160 


Colorado 


5,466 


15,790 


5,476 


4,980 


4,125 


3,727 


398 


Idaho 


2,524 


5,621 


2.648 


1,807 


1,225 


1,048 


177 


Montana 


2,431 


6,67b 


2,475 


1,722 


1,576 


1,388 


188 


Nevada 


401 


1,392 


409 


325 


350 


324 


25 


New Itexico 


1,169 


3,590 


1,188 


1,102 


905 


834 


71 


Utah 


2,409 


6,229 


2,587 


1,970 


1,547 


1,344 


203 


Wyoming 


1,079 


2,825 


1.118 


773 


633 


578 


55 


PACIFIC 

California 


53,671 


230,507 


64,651 


69,734 


70,809 


57,207 


13,502 


39,480 


178,527 


40.280 


53,170 


54,796 


44,690 


10,106 


Oregon 
Washington 


5,541 


19,289 


5.656 


6,613 


5,865 


4,906 


959 


8,650 


32,691 


8.715 


9,951 


10,148 


7,611 


2,537 


" Include* no comnenaation (or proprietor! and (irm memb 


,. ol unlncorpo 


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BUSINESS 


AUTOMOBILE STORAGE GARAGES 








TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 






BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 










Number 




Active 


Employee* 




Pay Roll' 




Division and State 


of 
estab- 


Receipt! 


proprietors 
and firm 


(hdl-lime 
and part- 




(add 000) 












Ush- 




members 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(aild 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 
NEW ENGLAND 
Connecticut 


6,905 


t68,040 


5,853 


17,296 


#17,381 


$16,601 


$780 


508 


4,405 


418 


1,091 


1,139 


1,070 


69 


78 


460 


73 


136 


126 


U6 


10 


Mains 


33 


308 


ii 


81 


85 


83 


2 


Massachusetts 


335 


2,997 


273 


706 


756 


703 


53 


New Hampshire 


8 


44 


8 


8 


4 


3 


1 


Rhode Island 


38 


481 


25 


138 


149 


146 


3 


Vermont 


16 


115 


15 


22 


19 


19 


2/ 


MIDDLE ATIAMTIO 
New Jersey 


3,265 


36,741 


2,567 


7,965 


8,817 


8,495 


322 


350 


2,230 


316 


557 


493 


471 


22 


New York 


1,927 


28,653 


1,316 


5,725 


6,914 


6,677 


237 


Pennsylvania 


988 


5,858 


935 


1,683 


1,410 


1,347 


63 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
Illinois 


1,287 


12,844 


1,155 


3,914 


3,741 


3,549 


192 


613 


6,695 


552 


1,960 


1,879 


1,763 


116 


Indiana 


126 


827 


114 


289 


232 


222 


10 


Michigan 


161 


1,897 


137 


621 


646 


630 


16 


Ohio 


297 


2,820 


265 


855 


830 


796 


34 


Wisconsin 


90 


605 


86 


189 


154 


138 


16 


V-SST NORTH CENTRAL 
Iowa 


408 


2,572 


380 


757 


664 


615 


49 


70 


394 


68 


124 


100 


95 


5 


Kansas 


39 


158 


37 


51 


34 


28 


6 


Minnesota 


96 


662 


91 


188 


183 


171 


12 


Missouri 


155 


1,094 


138 


342 


289 


265 


24 


Nebnska 


31 


227 


28' 


58 


54 


52 


2 


North Dakota 


14 


27 


15 


3 


3 


3 


1/ 


South Dakota 


3 


10 


3 


1 


1 


1 


— 


SOUTH ATL1NTIC 
De leware 


353 


2,844 


306 


962 


752 


724 


28 


33 


161 


32 


55 


45 


42 


3 


District of Columbia 


20 


541 


8 


169 


180 


179 


1 1 


Florida 


50 


371 


44 


116 


94 


90 


4 


Georgia 


63 


529 


50 


195 


152 


148 


4 


Maryland 


92 


563 


86 


222 


154 


142 


12 


North Carolina 


19 


64 


17 


23 


15 


15 


2/ 


South Carolina 


17 


40 


18 


21 


9 


8 


1 


Virginia 


19 


356 


12 


91 


47 


45 


2 


Wast Virginia 


40 


219 


39 


70 


66 


55 


1 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Alabama 


185 


990 


164 


395 


272 


268 


4 


51 


234 


45 


81 


57 


55 


2 


Kentucky 


59 


327 


56 


128 


87 


86 


1 


Mississippi 


10 


9 


8 


4 


2 


2 


— 


Tennessee 


65 


420 


55 


182 


126 


125 


1 


WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Arkansas 


272 


2,343 


249 


828 


693 


675 


18 


13 


71 


16 


15 


10 


10 


2/ 


Louisiana 


58 


550 


42 


203 


165 


161 


4 


Oklahoma 


45 


394 


44 


132 


109 


106 


3 


Texas 


156 


1,328 


147 


478 


409 


398 


11 


MOUNTAIN 
Arizona 


88 


587 


82 


176 


157 


142 


15 


8 


62 


9 


15 


13 


13 


2/ 


Colorado 


56 


391 


51 


121 


107 


95 


12 


Idaho 


3 


13 


3 


4 


3 


3 


2/ 


Montana 


14 


48 


L2 


IS 


12 


10 


2 


Nevada 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


New Mexico "1 
















Utah > 1/ 


7 


73 


7 


21 


22 


21 


1 


Wyoming _| 
















PACIFIC 

California 


539 


4,714 


532 


1,198 


1,146 


1,063 


83 


431 


3,750 


430 


924 


875 


813 


62 


Oregon 


38 


208 


37 


48 


42 


37 


5 


Washington 


70 


756 1 65 


226 


229 


213 


16 


* lnrl...U. nn rnmrwniHtion (nt aiaariftait mnA firm membe 


of ut,;ncort.o.. 


led bu.ln«.=.. 1/ 


Combined lo ov 


Bid diiclosinn ope 


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BUSINESS 

AU 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








rOMOBlLE TOP AND BODY REPAIR SHOPS 








TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 






BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 










Number 




Active Employeet 




Pay Roll- 




Division and State 


oi 
estab- 


Receipts 


proprietors < full-time 




(add 000) 




and firm 


and part* 










Ush- 




members 


time). Avg, 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(add 000^ 




lor year 








TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 
NEW ENGLAND 
Cormectlcut 


5,501 


♦32,611 


5,922 


10,213 


♦10,672 


$9,614 


$1,058 


468 


3,077 


480 


996 


1,U5 


1,024 


91 


127 


911 


128 


272 


321 


303 


18 


Ualne 


35 


147 


37 


51 


53 


46 


7 


Uaesachusatts 


282 


1,488 


227 


601 


557 


503 


54 


New Hampshire 


22 


121 


22 


35 


38 


35 


3 


Rhode Island 


48 


368 


47 


121 


138 


130 


8 


Vermont 


14 


42 


19 


16 


8 


7 


1 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 
New Jersey 


1,356 


8,371 


1,454 


2,470 


2,746 


2,463 


283 


249 


1,705 


264 


523 


593 


563 


40 


New York 


690 


3,874 


736 


946 


1,182 


1,035 


147 


Pennsylvania 


417 


2,792 


454 


1,001 


971 


875 


96 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
Illinois 


1,080 


6,231 


1,170 


1,940 


2,068 


1,850 


218 


237 


1,304 


253 


412 


443 


402 


41 


Indiana 


156 


678 


170 


241 


204 


181 


23 


Michigan 


202 


1,158 


231 


331 


343 


308 


35 


Ohio 


369 


2,315 


403 


704 


786 


710 


76 


Wisconsin 


116 


776 


113 


252 


292 


249 


43 


W3ST NORTH CEtWRAL 
Iowa 


614 


3,614 


661 


1,173 


1,172 


1,055 


117 


98 


587 


108 


199 


190 


161 


29 


Kansas 


96 


551 


105 


177 


154 


132 


22 


Minnesota 


134 


750 


148 


240 


239 


223 


16 


Missouri 


181 


1,031 


185 


345 


366 


332 


34 


Nebraska 


62 


384 


69 


112 


119 


109 


10 


North Dakota 


21 


121 


24 


34 


33 


29 


4 


South Dakota 


22 


190 


22 


66 


71 


69 


2 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 
Delawai-e 


426 


2,503 


468 


946 


899 


845 


54 


6 


36 


7 


10 


10 


9 


1 


District of Colunbla 


18 


234 


21 


71 


83 


77 


6 


Florida 


103 


555 


UO 


207 


199 


180 


19 


Georgia 


74 


328 


80 


146 


128 


121 


7 


Maryland 


59 


609 


60 


174 


180 


175 


5 


North Carolina 


45 


228 


54 


112 


80 


77 


3 


South Carolina 


32 


122 


38 


62 


37 


34 


3 


Virginia 


46 


329 


56 


100 


115 


112 


3 


Wast Virginia 


43 


161 


42 


64 


67 


60 


7 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Alabama 


144 


788 


152 


300 


264 


251 


13 


42 


141 


44 


42 


34 


32 


2 


Kentucky 


34 


131 


38 


46 


35 


33 


2 


Mississippi 


16 


23 


16 


10 


5 


4 


1 


Tennessee 


52 


493 


54 


202 


190 


182 


8 


WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Arkansas 


448 


2,186 


483 


864 


740 


671 


69 , 


27 


97 


27 


38 


30 


26 


* i 


Louisiana 


49 


290 


52 


143 


119 


114 


5 1 


Oklahoma 


109 


463 


U4 


193 


158 


146 


12 


Texas 


263 


1,336 


290 


490 


433 


385 


48 


MOirNlAIN 
Arizona 


179 


1,333 


199 


360 


393 


355 


38 


25 


303 


29 


71 


89 


85 


4 


Colorado 


68 


402 


73 


127 


122 


106 


17 


Idaho 


16 


129 


17 


36 


45 


41 


4 


Montana 


18 


139 


24 


22 


27 


25 


2 


Nevada 


6 


32 


6 


11 


16 


16 


^, 


New Mexico 


8 


48 


8 


13 


16 


16 


2/ 


Utah 


28 


214 


31 


56 


55 


44 


11 


Wyoming 


10 


66 


11 


19 


23 


23 


2/ 


PACIFIC 

California 


786 


4,508 


855 


1,164 


1,275 


1,100 


175 


591 


3,602 


643 


909 


1,020 


903 


117 


Oregon 


79 


325 


87 


73 


75 


58 


17 


Washington 


116 


581 


126 


182 


180 


139 


41 


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CENSUS OF SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
BUSINESS BARBER SHOPS 

TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 


Division and Slate 


Number 

oi 
estab- 
Uih- 
menu 


ReceipU 

(add 000^ 


Active 

proprietori 

and firm 

members 


Employees 
( full-time 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 


Pay Roll- 
(idd 000) 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 


TOTAL FOR tlNITTO STATES 


121,153 


♦209,337 


125,721 


80,309 


»54,875 


♦50,145 


♦4,730 


NEW EICLAND 

Connecticut 
Uaine 

Uassacbusette 
New Hajnpshlre 
Rhode Island 
Vermont 

MIDDLE ATLAMTIC 

New Jersey- 
New York 
Pennsylvania 

BAST NORTH CENTOAL 

IlllnolB 

Indiana 

Itlckigan 

Ohio 

Wisconsin 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL 


9,«7 


16,899 


9,662 


5,289 


3,889 


3,411 


478 


1,805 
989 

4,755 
559 
929 
400 

31,333 


3,485 

1,478 
8,918 

984 
1,428 

606 

57,095 


1,844 

1,014 

4,899 

586 

910 

409 

32,821 


1,238 
311 

2,834 
266 
503 
137 

18,647 


885 
247 
2,133 
208 
309 
107 

13,041 


771 
232 
1,878 
184 
247 
99 

11,593 


114 
15 

255 
24 
62 
8 

1,448 


5,120 
15,576 
10,637 

26,564 


8,462 
32,980 
15,653 

42,814 


5,236 
16,799 
10,786 

27,533 


2,597 
10,989 
5,061 

15,474 


1,831 
7,968 
3,242 

10,370 


1,551 
7,197 
2,845 

9,248 


280 
771 
397 

1,122 


7,934 
3,638 
4,478 
7,575 
2,939 

14,293 


13,497 
5,079 
7,939 

11,124 
5,175 

21,435 


8,211 
3,841 
4,585 
7,798 
3,098 

14,810 


5,081 
1,879 
3,068 
3,828 
1,618 

8,227 


3,455 
1,186 
2,068 
2,518 
1,143 

5,242 


3,163 
1,060 
1,839 
2,225 

961 

4,793 


292 
126 
229 
293 
182 

449 


lOWB 

Kansas 

Minnesota 
Missouri 
Nebraska 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 

SOtJlH ATLA:mc 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Mainland 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

BAST SOUTH CENTRAL 

Alabama 
Kentuckj- 
Mississippi 
Tennessee 

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 

Arkansas 
Louisiana 
Oklahoma 
Texas 

UOUMEAIN 

Arizona 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Montana 

Nevada 

New Mexico 

Utah 

Wyoming 

PACIFIC 

California 

Oregon 

Washington 


2,867 
2.042 
2,642 
4,051 
1,503 
624 
564 

10,524 


4,288 
2,777 
4,613 
5,650 
2,363 
891 
853 

19,955 


3,044 
2,128 
2,731 
4,127 
1,546 
657 
S77 

10,596 


1,367 

1,174 

1,561 

2,616 

936 

267 

306 

11,095 


884 
690 
1,090 
1,545 
623 
193 
217 

7,282 


807 
631 
972 
1,425 
581 
175 
202 

6,944 


77 
59 
118 
120 
42 
18 
15 

336 


270 
514 
1,351 
1,570 
1,634 
1,661 
946 
1,434 
1,144 

5,693 


419 
1,754 
2,558 
2,922 
2,745 
3,540 
1,554 
2,753 
1,710 

9,122 


276 
502 
1,340 
1,536 
1,624 
1,707 
969 
1,470 
1,172 

5,888 


148 
1,023 
1.307 
2,186 
1,042 
2,170 
1,081 
1,522 

616 

5,106 


92 

754 

937 

1,229 

701 
1,610 

595 
1,019 

445 

3,106 


81 
736 
897 

1,188 
643 

1,450 
561 
973 
415 

2,966 


11 
18 
40 
41 
58 
60 
34 
46 
30 

140 


1,307 

1,814 

888 

1,684 

9,791 


2,090 
2,621 
1,292 
3,119 

15,816 


1,347 

1,866 

935 

1,740 

10,260 


1,265 

1,198 

761 

1,882 

8,469 


761 

714 

457 

1,174 

5,276 


729 

666 

442 

1,129 

5,063 


32 
48 
15 
45 

213 


1,199 
1,720 
1,878 
4,994 

3,276 


1,541 
2,372 
2,969 
8,934 

6,258 


1,250 
1,778 
1,908 
5,324 

3,437 


903 
1,098 
1,807 
4,661 

2,150 


505 

683 

1,054 

3,034 

1,697 


480 

668 

1,002 

2,913 

1,575 


25 
15 
52 
121 

122 


302 

1,024 
398 
520 
105 
268 
440 
219 

10,242 


664 
1,739 
836 
1,030 
295 
519 
682 
493 

19,943 


305 
1,055 
433 
547 
111 
282 
470 
234 

10,714 


273 
722 
243 
253 
70 
215 
212 
162 

5,852 


217 
479 
206 
235 
81 
181 
156 
142 

4,972 


206 
441 
190 
208 
75 
175 
145 
135 

4,552 


11 

38 

16 

27 

6 

6 

11 

7 

420 


7,199 
1,155 
1,888 


14,916 
1,974 
3,053 


7,496 
1,220 
1,998 


4,437 
574 
841 


3,876 
452 
644 


3,569 
411 
572 


307 
41 
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BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS; 1935 








BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS 








TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 






BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 










Number 




Active 


Employees 




Pay Roll- 




Division and Stale 


of 
utab- 


Receipts 


proprietors 
and Hrm 


(full-time 
and part- 




(add 000) 












Ush- 




inembers 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




menU 


(Jdd 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 
NEW ENGLAND 
Connecticut 


4,302 


♦20,297 


4,637 


11,115 


♦8,754 


♦8,378 


♦376 


257 


1,116 


274 


566 


459 


418 


41 


18 


87 


18 


50 


42 


40 


2 


Maine 


26 


91 


26 


40 


35 


32 


3 


Massachusetts 


156 


714 


166 


374 


297 


257 


30 


New Hanpshire 


14 


67 


16 


26 


31 


30 


1 


Rhode Island 


25 


78 


25 


37 


26 


23 


3 


Vermont 


18 


79 


22 


39 


28 


26 


2 


MIDDLE ATLAt.TIC 
Nen Jersey 


904 


5,193 


925 


2,654 


2,315 


2,221 


94 


141 


577 


149 


314 


242 


229 


13 


New York 


534 


3,607 


541 


1,814 


1,656 


1,592 


64 


Pennsylvania 


229 


1,009 


235 


526 


417 


400 


17 


EAST NOFTH CarTRAL 
Illinois 


919 


4,649 


1,007 


2,458 


2,016 


1,925 


91 


230 


1,612 


236 


335 


778 


755 


23 


Indiana 


99 


348 


114 


197 


145 


142 


4 


Michigan 


342 


1,737 


372 


909 


717 


679 


38 


Ohio 


233 


S75 


269 


475 


344 


321 


23 


*isconsin 


15 


77 


16 


42 


31 


28 


3 


HEST NORTH CKI1TRAL 
Iowa 


698 


2,595 


762 


1,521 


1,045 


1,001 


44 


147 


502 


167 


215 


155 


159 


7 


Kansas 


153 


566 


172 


396 


242 


232 


10 


Minnesota 


131 


579 


143 


327 


232 


223 


9 


Missoarl 


110 


434 


117 


286 


196 


188 


8 


Nebraslca 


93 


270 


99 


158 


108 


103 


5 


North Dakota 


26 


141 


35 


77 


57 


54 


3 


South Dakota 


26 


103 


29 


62 


44 


42 


2 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 
Delaware 


276 


1,552 


283 


971 


758 


740 


18 


10 


82 


10 


44 


41 


40 


1 


District of Columbia 


17 


125 


18 


64 


58 


58 


2/ 


Florida 


55 


275 


50 


146 


a26 


122 


4 


Georgia 


55 


307 


57 


841 


150 


148 


2 


Maryland 


21 


121 


20 


67 


57 


63 


4 


North Carolina 


27 


203 


25 


135 


117 


116 


1 


South Carolina 


16 


126 


20 


90 


64 


53 


1 


Virginia 


30 


164 


34 


98 


74 


72 


2 


West Virginia 


43 


149 


49 


86 


61 


58 


3 


2AST SCJTVJ CENTR.'U. 
.U.abama 


146 


580 


151 


478 


322 


313 


4 


46 


189 


45 


145 


88 


85 


2 


Kentucky 


34 


142 


36 


84 


58 


58 


2/ 


Mississippi 


32 


178 


34 


120 


89 


88 


■ 1 


Tennessee 


34 


171 


36 


129 


87 


86 


1 


■,\-SST SOOTH CENTRAL 
Arkansas 


357 


1,449 


400 


1,063 


643 


626 


17 


31 


86 


37 


65 


43 


42 


1 


Louisiana 


26 


139 


31 


85 


60 


60 


2/ 


Oklahoma 


100 


355 


107 


282 


158 


154 


4 


Texas 


200 


869 


225 


631 


382 


370 


12 


moi:ntain 

Arizona 


216 


907 


247 


427 


354 


339 


15 


25 


121 


27 


64 


60 


59 


1 


Colorado 


60 


218 


70 


102 


79 


76 


3 


Idaho 


28 


108 


34 


51 


34 


30 


4 


Montana 


43 


261 


50 


108 


108 


104 


4 


Nevada "1 , 
New Mexico J^ 


6 


17 


8 


10 


5 


5 


2/ 


Ut^ 


41 


126 


45 


72 


49 


46 


3 


Wyoming 


13 


56 


13 


20 


19 


19 


2/ 


PACIFIC 

California 


529 


2,156 


588 


977 


842 


790 


52 


346 


1,496 


390 


674 


602 


571 


31 


Oregon 


66 


226 


74 


108 


82 


76 


6 


Washington 


117 


434 


124 


195 


158 


143 


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CENSUS OF SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS; 1935 
BUSINESS BEAUTY PARLORS 

TABLE I.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 


Division and State 


Number 
o( 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Active 1 Employee, 
proprietors! (t"llli">e 


Pay Rom- 
(add 000) 


and firm 
members 


and part- 

lime). Avg. 

lor year 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 


TOT/a FOR UNITED STATES 

NEW ENGLAND 

Connecticut 
Maine 

Massacbuaetta 
New Hampahlre 
fUiode Island 
Vermont 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

New Jersey 
Ne« Tork 
Pennsylvania 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Michigan 

Olilo 

Wlsoonein 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL 

Iowa 
Kansas 

Minnesota 
Missouri 
Nebraska 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 

SOOTH ATLANTIC 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Maryland 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Virelnla 

West Virginia 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 

mabama 
Kentucky 
Mlaelssippi 
Tennessee 

•EST SOUTH CENTR/i 

Arkansas 
Louisiana 
Oklahoma 
Texas 

MOUNTAIN 

Arizona 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Montana 

Nevada 

New Mexico 

Utah 

Wyoming 

PACIFIC 

California 

Oregon 

Washington 


61,355 


5171,943 


51,504 


78,062 


»56,323 


»54,676 


t3,547 


4,492 


13,739 


4,429 


5,518 


4,516 


4,245 


271 


566 
482 
8,622 
306 
300 
216 

14,530 


3,248 

1,060 

7,606 

624 

864 

337 

51,458 


547 
482 
2,579 
317 
281 
223 

14,287 


1,437 
343 

3,129 
168 
351 

90 

22,040 


1,299 
263 

2,503 
115 
279 
57 

16,543 


1,237 
243 

2,352 
104 

262 
47 

17,545 


62 
20 
151 
11 
17 
10 

998 


2,224 
7,685 
4,621 

14,066 


6,836 
32,952 
11,670 

36,924 


2,188 
7,519 
4,580 

14,010 


3,003 
14,231 
4,806 

16,698 


2,243 

12,616 
3.484 

12,188 


2,088 
12,211 
3,246 

11,248 


165 
605 
238 

940 


4,432 
2,019 
2,534 
3,970 
1,111 

7,292 


12,874 
3,287 
6,140 

10,200 
4,423 

15,831 


4,493 
2,059 
2,484 
3,957 
1,017 

7,496 


5,868 
1,495 
2,631 
4,579 
2, Its 

7,199 


4,470 
923 
1,974 
3,274 
1,547 

4,555 


4.175 
856 
1,825 
3,037 
1,355 

4,315 


295 
67 
149 
237 
192 

350 


1,436 
884 
1,168 
2,222 
996 
282 
304 

5,044 


2,875 
1,452 
3,516 
5,350 
1,575 
514 
549 

14,197 


1,483 

898 

1,235 

2,252 

1,014 

293 

321 

4,985 


1,120 
675 
1,621 
2,754 
576 
220 
233 

7,833 


715 
356 
1,130 
1,811 
382 
136 
135 

5,221 


653 
312 
1,059 
1,680 
352 
125 
124 

4,977 


52 
44 
71 

131 
30 
11 
11 

244 


139 
442 
652 
684 
1,01C 
651 
304 
626 
535 

2,336 


306 
2,426 
2,117 
1,791 
2,202 
1,813 

673 
1,750 
1,119 

5,168 


137 
429 
652 
680 
998 
648 
297 
591 
553 

2,341 


127 
1,246 
1,224 
1,234 
1,002 
1,055 

430 
1,024 

491 

3,099 


92 
1,052 
832 
717 
698 
642 
226 
670 
292 

1,761 


69 
1,027 
799 
696 
646 
611 
214 
635 
250 

1,681 


3 
25 
33 
21 
52 
31 
12 
35 
32 

1 
80 


471 
694 

361 
812 

5,064 


1,076 

1,483 

527 

2,082 

9,611 


464 
692 
364 

821 

5,199 


761 

713 

321 

1,304 

5,733 


401 
464 
153 
743 

3,174 


386 
436 
146 
713 

3,009 


15 

28 

7 

30 

166 


516 

556 

1,239 

2,753 

1,905 


938 
1,226 
1,891 
5,554 

4,122 


529 

568 

1,248 

2,654 

1,953 


531 

791 

1,121 

3,290 

1,676 


294 

440 

589 

1,851 

1,155 


260 
419 
556 

1,754 

1,067 


14 
21 
33 
97 

88 


160 
603 
232 
257 
62 
148 
281 
162 

6,624 


422 
1,507 
469 
509 
147 
300 
503 
265 

20,893 


166 
613 
228 
268 
66 
150 
293 
169 

6,604 


152 
680 
209 
165 

43 
140 
204 

95 

8,264 


118 

468 

126 

106 

39 

65 

132 

59 

7,100 


106 
462 

lie 

99 
37 
75 
115 
52 

5,589 


10 
26 
8 
9 
2 
9 
17 
7 

511 


5,069 
596 
937 


16,766 
1,601 
2,524 


5,246 
605 
953 


6,557 

666 

1,041 


5,752 
531 
807 


5,333 
501 

755 


429 
30 
52 















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CENSUS OF 

BUSINESS CLEANING. D 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








YEING, PRESSING. ALTERATION. AND REPAIR SHOPS 






TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 






BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 










Number 




Active 1 Employee* 




Pay Roll* 






of 


Receipt! 


proprietors! (<ulUime 




(add 000) 




Division and State 


eatab- 


and Krm 


and part- 










U>h- 




members 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ment» 


(«dd 000^ 




for year 








TOTAL FOR DNITED STATES 
NOT ENGLAND 
Oonnectleut 


57,397 


$130,991 


57,512 


36,072 


|22,709 


|19,308 


»3.401 


4,091 


8,3S3 


4,025 


1,837 


1,295 


1,050 


245 


912 


1,925 


866 


460 


332 


276 


56 


UBiae 


167 


366 


173 


96 


65 


54 


11 


Massachusetts 


2,526 


5,119 


2,510 


1,053 


745 


599 


146 


New Hampshire 


112 


233 


112 


47 


29 


23 


6 


Rhode Island 


308 


565 


299 


138 


102 


82 


20 


Vermont 


66 


145 


65 


43 


22 


16 


6 


MIDDLE AUANTIC 
New Jersey 


20,992 


46,005 


20,585 


9,160 


6,459 


5,296 


1,163 


3,154 


6,408 


3,053 


1,416 


974 


806 


168 


New York 


12,940 


30,712 


12,657 


5,767 


4,269 


3,507 


762 


Pennsylvenla 


4,898 


8,885 


4,875 


1,977 


1,216 


983 


233 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
Illinois 


10,996 


24,784 


11,214 


6,310 


4,017 


3,258 


759 


4,193 


9,059 


4,256 


2,114 


1,363 


1,091 


272 


Indiana 


962 


2,176 


1,013 


736 


424 


359 


65 


Michigan 


1,972 


5,040 


2,022 


1,371 


872 


711 


161 


Ohio 


3,045 


6,665 


3,100 


1,664 


1,086 


881 


205 


Viaconsln 


824 


1,844 


823 


425 


272 


216 


56 


WEST NORTC 02NTRAL 

lent 

Eanaas 


4,030 


9,582 


4,058 


2,838 


1,720 


1,492 


228 


537 


1,317 


559 


338 


196 


165 


31 


554 


1,467 


582 


525 


298 


261 


37 


Minnesota 


803 


1,819 


824 


452 


302 


249 


53 


mssourl 


1,519 


3,592 


1,468 


1,175 


714 


633 


81 


Kebraslca 


390 


880 


396 


215 


129 


110 


19 


North Dakota 


123 


283 


124 


77 


48 


43 


5 


South Dakota 


104 


224 


105 


56 


33 


31 


2 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 
Delaware 


4,446 


10,243 


4,403 


4,984 


2,638 


2,400 


238 


130 


269 


128 


81 


53 


46 


7 


District of Columbia 


522 


1,893 


486 


628 


426 


396 


30 


Florida 


652 


1,410 


645 


724 


377 


346 


31 


Georgia 


645 


1,224 


645 


912 


374 


346 


28 


Maryland 


900 


1,765 


894 


542 


333 


278 


55 


North Carolina 


527 


1,304 


539 


836 


413 


380 


33 


South Carolina 


286 


512 


284 


402 


167 


158 


9 


Virginia 


451 


1,105 


438 


567 


326 


302 


24 


West Virginia 


333 


761 


344 


292 


169 


148 


21 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Alabama 


1,952 


4,224 


1,970 


2,375 


1,145 


1,057 


88 


492 


975 


492 


666 


292 


268 


24 


Kentucky 

Misalssippl 

Tennessee 


594 
370 
496 


1,523 

643 
1,083 


601 
381 
496 


684 
470 
555 


387 
200 
266 


358 
188 
243 


29 
12 
23 


WEST SOUTH CEHTRAL 

Arkansas 
Louisiana 
Oklahoma 
Texas 


4,069 


10,546 


4,276 


4,783 


2,667 


2,467 


200 


379 

709 

639 

2,342 


860 
1,431 
1,807 
6,448 


400 

724 

661 

2,491 


463 

899 

710 

2,711 


220 

419 

434 

1,594 


198 

388 

397 

1,484 


22 
31 
37 

lie 


MOUNTAIN 

Arizona 
Colorado 
Idaho 
Montana 


1,045 


2,731 


1,080 


796 


534 


453 


81 


120 


373 


122 


122 


97 


89 


8 


399 

75 

1E2 


839 
178 
356 


409 

81 
120 


a7 

52 
94 


125 
22 
73 


101 
15 
60 


24 

7 

13 


NeTada 


38 


126 


46 


27 


29 


26 


3 


New Mexico 


81 


249 


83 


96 


66 


60 


6 


Utah 


143 


387 


150 


125 


76 


61 


15 


Wyoming 


67 


223 


69 


63 


46 


41 


5 


PACIFIO 

California 


5,776 


14,623 


5,901 


2,989 


2,234 


1,835 


339 


4,710 


11,922 


4,796 


2,446 


1,830 


1,500 


330 


Oregon 
Washington 


366 
700 


881 
1,720 


392 
713 


183 
360 


134 
270 


109 
226 


25 
44 



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CENSUS OF SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS; 1935 
BUSINESS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, EMBALMERS, AND CREMATORIES 

TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 


Division and State 


Number 

of 

estab- 

Ush- 

ments 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

proprietors 

and firm 

members 


Employees 
(hiU-tiine 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
lor year 


Pay Roll' 
(sdd 000) 


TotaJ 


Full-time 


Put-time 


TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 

NEVf EITOLAND 

Coiinaotlmit 
Maine 

Massaebusstta 
Now Hampshire 
Rhode Island 
Temont 

JODDLZ ATLANTIC 

New Jersey 
New Yorlc 
Pennsylvania 

KAST NORTH CEOTRAL 

Illinois 

Indiana 
Iv'dchlgan 
Ohio 
Wisconsin 

■.VEST NORTH CEOTRAL 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 


17,144 


♦230,014 


17,078 


36,648 


♦39,745 


♦35,225 


♦4,520 


1,379 


19,216 


1,350 


2,994 


3,409 


2,921 


488 


E16 
136 
746 
104 
102 
75 

4,326 


4,228 

1,604 
9,936 
1,212 
1,519 
717 

63,492 


208 
137 
709 
117 
103 
76 

4,214 


587 
216 
1,649 
171 
242 
129 

9,431 


726 
221 
1,914 
169 
260 
119 

10,036 


640 

191 
1,615 
149 
228 
98 

8,447 


86 
30 
299 
20 

32 
21 

1,589 


542 
2,215 
1,569 

4,205 


8,775 
32,075 
22,642 

56,251 


516 
2,111 
1,588 

4,410 


1,329 
4,760 
3,342 

8,011 


1,451 
5,276 
3,309 

8,936 


1,219 

4,460 
2,768 

7,885 


232 
816 
541 

1,051 


1,234 
654 
748 

1,166 
403 

1,920 


17,396 
7,625 
8,920 

17,097 
5,213 

22,605 


1,302 
756 
752 

1,805 
395 

1,959 


2,377 
1,215 
1,306 
2,465 
648 

3,497 


2,737 
1,146 
1,263 
3,022 
768 

3,761 


2,446 

994 

1,062 

2,714 

669 

3,370 


291 
152 
201 
308 
99 

391 


414 
265 
334 
534 
E05 
77 
91 

2,036 


4,215 
2,908 
3,987 
8,110 
2,234 
522 
629 

21,525 


434 

282 

348 

515 

220 

69 

91 

2,003 


646 
457 
513 
1,382 
322 
80 
97 

4,499 


527 

409 

617 

1,761 

317 

58 

72 

4,120 


449 
343 
550 
1,640 
881 
47 
60 

3,786 


78 
66 
67 
121 
36 
11 
12 

394 


Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Oeorgia 

Maryland 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

West yirglnla 

EAST SOUTH CEOTRAL 

Alabama 
Kentucky 
Mississippi 
Tennessee 

WEST SOOTH CENTRAL 

Arkansas 
Louisiana 
Oklahona 
Toiaa 

MOONIAIN 

Arizona 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Montana 

Nevada 

New llazlco 

Utah 

Wyoming 

PACIFIC 

California 

Oregon 

Washington 


58 
68 

190 
357 
235 

311 
202 
374 
241 

1,006 


638 
1,618 
2,162 
3,168 
2,938 
2,878 
1,722 
3,629 
2,772 

10,738 


54 
70 
161 
347 
246 
322 
186 
387 
230 

1,018 


97 
259 
502 
877 
423 
721 
511 
711 
398 

2,367 


96 
361 
530 
659 
451 
606 
385 
640 
392 

2,082 


81 
330 
495 
596 
389 
559 
356 
572 
348 

1,986 


15 
31 
35 
63 
68 
47 
89 
68 
44 

156 


192 
371 
114 
329 

1,023 


1,910 

3,940 

977 

3,911 

11,863 


155 
441 
119 
303 

996 


517 
713 
284 
853 

2,580 


449 

632 
213 
788 

2,578 


419 
553 
202 

752 

2,408 


30 
79 

11 
36 

170 


148 
176 
206 
493 

416 


1,498 
2,286 
2,276 
5,803 

6,159 


149 
143 

197 
507 

379 


290 

616 

472 

1,202 

877 


248 

653 

459 

1,218 

1,141 


831 

619 

421 

1,137 

1.053 


17 
34 
38 

81 

88 


42 
123 
57 
59 
16 
89 
59 
31 

833 


647 
8,150 
580 
885 
2U 
587 
710 
389 

18,165 


43 

109 
51 
54 
10 
31 
49 
32 

749 


98 
309 

77 
120 

29 

77 
114 

53 

8,398 


129 
450 

81 
151 

50 
105 
116 

59 

3,682 


117 
425 

73 
136 

48 

98 
105 

51 

3,489 


18 
25 

8 
15 

2 

7 
11 

8 

193 


536 
114 

183 


13,299 
1,927 
2.939 


517 
95 
137 


1,732 
867 
393 


2,724 
345 

613 


2,579 
323 
587 


145 
22 
86 















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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


LAUNDRIES mol including po«e. laundries! 








TABLE 1.. establishments; RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 










Nuitiber 




Active 


Employeea 




Pay Roll" 




Division and State 


of 
ertab- 


Receipt* 


proprietors 
and firm 


( tull-time 
and part- 




(add 000) 












Uih- 




members 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ment* 


(idd 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 
NEW ENGUNB 
Connecticut 


16.826 


$42,073 


18,487 


12.596 


♦7.227 


*6.213 


♦1.014 


1,578 


2,731 


1,631 


737 


395 


338 


57 


180 


287 


182 


84 


49 


39 


10 


Maine 


46 


75 


47 


38 


17 


15 


2 


Uassacbusetta 


1,218 


2,151 


1,261 


513 


279 


245 


34 


New Hampshire 


42 


75 


46 


34 


17 


15 


2 


Rhode Island 


83 


118 


85 


56 


25 


18 


7 


Vermont 


9 


25 


10 


12 


8 


6 


2 


vaDDLE ATLANTIC 
New Jersey 


8,734 


24,685 


9,925 


5,010 


3,488 


3,030 


458 


864 


1,712 


895 


408 


234 


203 


31 


New Torlc 


6,910 


21,248 


8,049 


4,178 


3,053 


2,657 


396 


Pennsylvania 


960 


1,725 


981 


424 


201 


170 


31 


EAST NCRTH CENTRAL 
Illinois 


2,879 


6,471 


3,069 


2,539 


1,270 


1,080 


190 


1,432 


3,811 


1,589 


1,460 


782 


681 


101 


Indiana 


150 


170 


164 


81 


24 


16 


8 


Michigan 


628 


1,252 


644 


498 


230 


187 


43 


Ohio 


517 


942 


515 


354 


175 


152 


23 


iTisconsln 


152 


296 


157 


146 


59 


44 


15 


■*EST NORTH CENTRAL 
Iowa 


548 


1,095 


549 


562 


232 


191 


41 


65 


95 


72 


45 


20 


18 


2 


Kansas 


44 


69 


45 


49 


16 


13 


3 


Minnesota 


121 


192 


127 


59 


24 


17 


7 


Mlaaouri 


246 


585 


235 


318 


134 


113 


21 


Nebraska 


45 


98 


41 


52 


25 


19 


6 


North Dakota 


16 


39 


16 


26 


10 


9 


1 


South Dakota 


11 


17 


13 


13 


3 


2 


1 


SODTR ATLANTIC 
Delaware 


771 


1,482 


772 


1,020 


379 


327 


52 


18 


28 


17 


11 


7 


4 


3 


District of Columbia 


196 


50C 


204 


241 


121 


110 


11 


Florida 


93 


187 


99 


184 


56 


47 


9 


Georgia 


75 


79 


69 


88 


24 


22 


2 


Maryland 


165 


271 


162 


130 


59 


50 


9 


North Carolina 


53 


115 


52 


124 


38 


35 


3 


South Carolina 


22 


43 


23 


53 


12 


7 


5 


Virginia 


100 


202 


92 


155 


52 


45 


7 


West Virginia 


49 


57 


54 


34 


10 


7 


3 


2AST SOUTH CBNTR.U. 
Alabama 


140 


281 


147 


299 


99 


89 


10 


18 


70 


16 


98 


34 


29 


5 


Kentucky 


54 


102 


58 


81 


32 


29 


3 


Mississippi 


23 


21 


26 


21 


4 


4 


i/ 


Tennessee 


45 


88 


47 


99 


29 


27 


2 


M3T SOUTH CWTRAL 
Arkansas 


521 


728 


543 


571 


162 


120 


42 


26 


42 


26 


48 


12 


10 


2 


Louisiana 


87 


126 


88 


103 


31 


24 


7 


Oklahoma 


88 


102 


96 


83 


21 


16 


5 


Texas 


320 


458 


333 


337 


98 


70 


28 


MOUNTAIN 
Arizona 


245 


444 


266 


261 


111 


90 


21 


29 


70 


34 


55 


29 


24 


5 


Colorado 


60 


86 


64 


50 


21 


16 


5 


Idaho 


25 


43 


26 


28 


9 


9 


2/ 


Montana 


40 


66 


43 


30 


14 


10 


4 


Nevada 


20 


51 


22 


28 


15 


12 


3 


New Mezlco 


S9 


37 


30 


32 


10 


10 


i/ 


Utah 


16 


56 


19 


20 


7 


5 


2 


Wyoming 


26 


35 


28 


18 


6 


4 


2 


PACIFIC 

California 


1,410 


4,156 


1,585 


1,597 


1,091 


948 


143 


1,155 


3,771 


1,321 


1,470 


1,027 


907 


120 


Oregon 


73 


136 


76 


57 


32 


20 


12 


Washington 


182 


249 


186 


70 


32 


21 


11 


* Includes no coniDCiiiatJon (or oronrieiorf and firm member 


■ o( onmccpo,. 


ed buiineiie. 2/ 


Le» Ihu $500 











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CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS; 1935 








BUSINESS 


PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS 








TABLE 1- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 






BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 










Number 




Active Employe.. | 




Pay Roll' 




Division and State 


oi 
estab- 


Receipts 


proprietors 
and firm 


(hill-time 
and part- 




(add 000) 












lish- 




members 


time). Avg. 


Total 


FuU-dme 


Part-time 




ments 


(tdd 000^ 




for ye»i 








TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 
NSW EHGLAKD 
Connecticut 


10,402 


^,405 


9,924 


11,792 


♦12,796 


♦11,792 


♦1,004 


762 


3,477 


679 


891 


951 


865 


86 


154 


717 


133 


157 


183 


168 


15 


MalDe 


100 


298 


92 


64 


51 


46 


6 


Uassachusetts 


380 


1,977 


337 


563 


614 


667 


57 


New Hampshire 


46 


199 


43 


34 


36 


33 


3 


Rbode Island 


■17 


189 


37 


54 


53 


48 


5 


Vermont 


36 


97 


37 


19 


14 


13 


1 


MIDDU: ATLANTIC 


2,464 


15,050 


2,220 


3,432 


4,384 


4,128 


256 


New Jersey 


320 


1,275 


282 


268 


287 


258 


29 


New York 


1,480 


10,496 


1,328 


2,347 


3,222 


3,056 


166 


PennBylvanla 


664 


3,279 


610 


817 


875 


814 


61 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
Illlnola 


2,221 


11,368 


2,133 


2,826 


3,503 


3,267 


246 


609 


4,634 


582 


1,073 


1,746 


1,674 


71 


Indiana 


320 


927 


330 


220 


178 


159 


19 


Michigan 


390 


1,970 


367 


636 


581 


536 


46 


Ohio 


588 


2,704 


564 


718 


756 


684 


72 


Wisconsin 


314 


1,233 


300 


279 


243 


205 


38 


WEST HOETH CDTTHAL 
Iowa 


1.401 


5,142 


1,410 


1,267 


1,034 


891 


143 


285 


1,045 


289 


276 


217 


194 


23 


Kansas 


223 


519 


232 


107 


58 


46 


12 


Uinnesota 


272 


1,249 


266 


266 


237 


189 


48 


Missouri 


336 


1,388 


330 


401 


350 


310 


40 


Nebraska 


145 


673 


148 


169 


128 


117 


11 


North Dakota 


73 


197 


75 


26 


20 


16 


4 


South Dakota 


67 


171 


71 


33 


24 


19 


5 


SOUTH ATLAHTIC 
Delaware 


822 


3,586 


770 


1,030 


956 


894 


62 


16 


76 


13 


13 


16 


16 


2/ 


District of Columbia 


49 


851 


36 


275 


356 


349 


7 


Florida 


152 


485 


152 


126 


95 


86 


9 


Georgia 


124 


440 


U6 


145 


108 


91 


11 


Maryland 


78 


391 


72 


88 


96 


93 


3 


North Carolina 


122 


485 


120 


142 


109 


97 


12 


South Carolina 


67 


169 


63 


62 


29 


23 


6 


Virginia 


96 


396 


81 


118 


104 


99 


6 


West Virginia 


118 


294 


115 


71 


49 


40 


9 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Alabama 


423 


1,3U 


411 


372 


270 


250 


20 


98 


310 


91 


106 


62 


58 


4 


Kentucky 


122 


382 


120 


91 


86 


79 


7 


Mississippi 


67 


108 


70 


25 


14 


13 


1 


Tennessee 


136 


511 


130 


151 


108 


lOO 


8 


KTBST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Arkansas 


778 


2,323 


779 


604 


443 


406 


37 


86 


190 


92 


47 


36 


34 


2 


Louisiana 


100 


307 


98 


99 


61 


58 


3 


Oklahoma 


199 


439 


197 


U9 


6B 


55 


13 


Texas 


393 


1,387 


392 


339 


278 


259 


19 


MOUNTAIN 
Arizona 


404 


1,348 


408 


287 


212 


180 


32 


38 


144 


41 


32 


21 


18 


3 


Colorado 


114 


425 


116 


104 


82 


71 


11 


Idaho 


55 


140 


54 


26 


15 


11 


4 


Montana 


70 


229 


73 


40 


28 


22 


6 


Nevada 


11 


40 


10 


5 


5 


5 


2/ 


New Mexico 


31 


113 


30 


23 


19 


16 


3 


Utah 


57 


160 


66 


38 


28 


26 


3 


Wyoming 


£8 


97 


28 


19 


14 


12 


2 


PACinc 
California 


1,187 


4,800 


1,114 


1,083 


1,043 


921 


122 


795 


3,409 


797 


734 


691 


608 


83 


Oregon 


126 


567 


120 


163 


169 


162 


17 


Washington 


206 


824 


197 


196 


183 


161 


22 


* Include* no compenwtion (or propnetori end lirm membe 


. of un.ncon>0'< 


led buiineue. 2/ 


Leu than S500 























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CENSUS OF 

BUSINESS 5^^^ ^^p^,^ 3 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








40PS AND SHOE SHINE PARLORS |,n,;lu(ling hat 


cleafiing) 






TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 






BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 










Number 




Active 1 Employee! 




Pay Roll- 




Division and State 


of 
eatab- 


Receipts 


proprietort 1 ( fuUtime 




(add 000) 




and Krm 


and part- 










Ush- 




members 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(idd 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 
Connecticut 


61,0*6 


♦109,657 


61,118 


25,007 


»16,250 


$14,652 


♦1,598 


5,317 


9,577 


5,311 


1,885 


1,296 


1,134 


162 


1,236 


2,105 


1,211 


392 


270 


236 


34 


Maine 


287 


569 


295 


99 


65 


56 


9 


Massachusetts 


2,949 


5,437 


2,956 


1,105 


769 


676 


93 


New Hampshire 


220 


425 


226 


68 


45 


41 


4 


Rhode Island 


519 


864 


515 


185 


125 


106 


19 


Vermont 


106 


177 


108 


36 


22 


19 


3 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 
New Jersey 


19,635 


34,430 


19,776 


6,203 


4,662 


4,213 


449 


3,382 


5,047 


3,360 


838 


601 


538 


63 


New York 


10,503 


20,818 


10,703 


3,579 


2,915 


2,651 


264 


Pennsylvania 


5,750 


8,565 


5,713 


1,786 


1,146 


1,024 


122 


BAST NORTH CENTRAL 
Illinois 


12,143 


21,519 


12,100 


4,892 


3,167 


2,812 


345 


3,916 


7,045 


3,883 


1,526 


1,029 


918 


111 


Indiana 


1,307 


2,378 


1,308 


690 


419 


337 


32 


Michigan 


2,255 


3,905 


2,256 


865 


538 


479 


59 


Dhio 


3,441 


6,065 


3,430 


1,484 


965 


857 


108 


«li3co:i3ln 


1,224 


2,126 


1,223 


327 


206 


171 


35 


WEST MORTK CEHTHAL 
Iowa 


5,415 


9,226 


5,427 


1,952 


1,171 


1,039 


132 


896 


1,634 


913 


357 


200 


174 


26 


Kansas 


783 


1,296 


776 


325 


176 


158 


18 


Minnesota 


946 


1,749 


952 


289 


205 


169 


36 


Missouri 


1,759 


2,894 


1,740 


657 


396 


363 


33 


Nebraska 


612 


998 


611 


208 


121 


111 


10 


North Dakota 


193 


312 


200 


55 


37 


33 


4 


Sout;- Dakota 


227 


343 


235 


61 


36 


31 


5 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 
Delaware 


4,999 


9,958 


4,945 


3,623 


1,964 


1,827 


137 


127 


217 


122 


62 


39 


36 


3 


District of Columbia 


334 


830 


325 


215 


157 


152 


5 


Florida 


562 


1,166 


568 


431 


247 


234 


13 


Georgia 


723 


1,507 


722 


678 


315 


297 


13 


Maryland 


906 


1,567 


893 


410 


268 


244 


24 


North Carolina 


735 


1,586 


727 


698 


334 


306 


29 


South Carolina 


348 


665 


347 


341 


168 


159 


9 


Virginia 


695 


1,417 


676 


527 


284 


266 


18 


West Virginia 


564 


1,003 


565 


261 


152 


134 


18 


EAST SCITK CENTRAL 
Alabama 


2,614 


4,572 


2,591 


1,521 


811 


749 


62 


636 


1,198 


632 


467 


230 


211 


19 


Kentucky 


727 


1,320 


726 


398 


234 


219 


15 


Mississippi 


455 


467 


451 


126 


62 


58 


4 


Tennessee 


796 


1,587 


782 


530 


285 


261 


24 


WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Arkansas 


3,866 


6,418 


3,867 


2,114 


1,108 


1,028 


80 


553 


711 


564 


210 


103 


94 


9 


Louisiana 


631 


961 


626 


370 


177 


166 


11 


Oklahoma 


802 


1,372 


803 


463 


223 


202 


21 


Texas 


1,880 


3,374 


1,874 


1,071 


605 


566 


39 


MOU^rcAIN 
Arizona 


1,641 


2,955 


1,566 


650 


400 


340 


60 


156 


242 


152 


70 


39 


31 


6 


Colorado 


543 


991 


551 


242 


145 


132 


13 


Idaho 


150 


301 


160 


45 


28 


21 


7 


Montana 


204 


449 


209 


72 


54 


45 


9 


Nevada 


38 


102 


38 


26 


14 


13 


1 


New Mexico 


126 


218 


129 


61 


32 


28 


4 


Utah 


234 


451 


234 


101 


64 


49 


15 


Wyonlng 


91 


201 


93 


34 


24 


21 


3 


PACIFIC 

California 


6,515 


11,002 


5,535 


2,167 


1,681 


1,510 


171 


4,0U 


7,958 


4,002 


1,611 


1,261 


1,145 


116 


Oregon 


564 


1,078 


569 


201 


133 


114 


19 


Washington 


940 


1,966 


964 


355 


287 


251 


36 


• Inrluilr* n« t<iini>eniation for Droprtetors and firm member 


of unincorpora 


ed buuneue. 













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CENSUS OF SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
BUSINESS UPHOLSTERY AND FURNITURE REPAIR SHOPS 

TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 
BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 


Division and State 


Number 

of 

estab- 

Ush- 

ments 


Receipts 

(add ODD) 


Active 

proprietors 

and firm 

members 


Employee* 
( full-time 
and part- 
time], Avg. 
for year 


Pay Roll" 
(add 000) 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 


TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 

NEW SNGLAND 

Coansotlout 
UalQs 

Ma33achU39tt3 
Now Hampahlrs 
Rboda Island 
Vermont 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

New Jersey 
New York 
Pennsylvania 

EAST NORTH CWTRAL 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Klehlgan 

Ohio 

Wisconsin 

WEST NORIH CENTRAL 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

Nort'a Dakota 

South Dakota 

SOfflH ATLANTIC 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Maryland 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

EAST SOOTH CENTRAL 

Alabama 
Kentucky 
Mississippi 
Tennessee 

WEST SODTH CaiTRAL 

Arkansas 
Louisiana 
Oklahoma 
Texas 

MOUNTAIN 

Arizona 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Montana 

Nevada "1 , / 

New MexlooJ -^ 

Utah 

•gaming 

PACIFIC 

California 

Oregon 

Washington 


7,856 


*22,124 


8,264 


5,414 


*4,654 


»3,660 


t994 


672 


1,964 


715 


445 


369 


288 


81 


139 
47 

386 
26 
48 
26 

2,520 


419 

91 

1,150 

61 

214 
29 

8,624 


145 
45 
422 

27 
50 
26 

2,609 


90 
16 
265 
13 
59 
2 

1,751 


69 
11 

223 
10 
55 

1 

1,725 


51 

9 

172 

9 

47 

1,354 


18 
2 

51 

1 
8 

1 

371 


385 

1,613 

522 

1,661 


1,163 
6,111 
1,350 

4,230 


388 
1,672 

549 

1,767 


273 

1,126 

352 

1,073 


246 

1,208 
271 

894 


203 
941 
210 

689 


43 
267 
61 

205 


516 
187 
SIO 
458 
190 

634 


1,668 
253 
901 
953 
455 

1,597 


555 
194 
333 
434 
201 

672 


420 
51 
246 
248 
98 

443 


391 
34 

205 
199 
65 

354 


319 
22 
162 
143 
43 

278 


72 
12 
43 
56 
22 

76 


140 
84 
134 
209 
44 
10 
13 

724 


236 
140 
394 
690 
99 
19 
19 

1,636 


148 
90 
149 
217 
43 
11 
14 

762 


46 
34 
114 
218 
21 
6 
4 

574 


33 
24 
91 
184 
18 
2 
2 

423 


27 

17 

68 

150 

14 

1 
1 

357 


6 
7 
23 
34 

4 
1 
1 

66 


16 
60 
69 
113 
113 
112 
47 
140 
54 

378 


72 
249 
139 
216 
340 
270 

63 
203 

84 

669 


16 
61 
74 

118 
113 
120 

51 
149 

60 

401 


14 
59 
52 
99 
105 
111 
31 
66 
27 

219 


13 
77 
38 
59 
89 
78 
14 
40 
15 

140 


10 
72 
32 
54 
73 
63 
10 
31 
12 

120 


3 
5 
6 

5 
16 
15 
4 
9 
3 

20 


71 
129 

35 
143 

454 


lU 
164 
37 
357 

847 


75 
134 
39 

153 

490 


48 
44 

12 

115 

288 


23 

27 

7 

83 

178 


18 
23 
5 
74 

152 


5 
4 
2 
9 

26 


44 

88 

91 

231 

134 


72 
120 
155 
500 

266 


49 
92 
95 
254 

139 


33 

41 

57 

157 

81 


19 

21 

33 

105 

63 


16 
15 
28 
93 

56 


3 
€ 
5 
12 

7 


15 
48 
14 
17 

11 
18 
11 

679 


38 
115 
13 
25 

12 
50 
13 

2,291 


16 
49 
14 
18 

12 
19 
U 

709 


13 

36 

2 

5 

1 

22 

2 

540 


11 
29 

1 
2 

1 
19 

508 


10 

26 

1 
1 
18 

366 


1 
3 

1 
1 

1 
2/ 
142 


532 
66 
81 


1,959 
141 
191 


551 
72 
86 


464 
31 
45 


446 
21 
41 


315 
15 
36 


131 
6 

5 



2/ Less than $500. 















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CENSUS OF SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
BUSINESS WATCH. CLOCK, AND JEWELRY REPAIR SHOPS 

TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 


Division and State 


Number 

of 

estab- 

Ush- 

ments 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Active 

proprietors 

and hrm 

members 


Employees 
( hill-dme 
and part- 
time). Avg, 
(or year 


Pay Roll- 
(add 000) 


Total FuU-time 


Part-time 


TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 

NKW ENHJIND 

Connecticut 

Maine 

Maasaohusetta 

New Hampshire 
Rhode Island 
Verniont 

KCLDDLE ATLANTIC 

New Jersey 
New Tork 
PennsylTanla 

EAST NORTH CEOTRAL 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Michigan 

Dhlo 

Wisconsin 

WEST NCRTH CENTRAL 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Minnesota 

Mlsso'iri 

Nebraska 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

SOUTH ATIANTIC 

Delaware 

District of Colunbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Maryland 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 

Alabana 
Kentucky 
Mississippi 
Tennessee 

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 

Arkansas 
Louisiana 
Oklahoma 
Texas 

MOUNTAIN 

Arizona 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Ktontane 

Nevada 

New Mexico 

Utah 

Wyoming 

PACIFIC 

California 

Oregon 

Washington 


13^669 


$28,450 


13,799 


3,311 


$2,900 


t2,602 


5298 


892 


2,195 


900 


247 


218 


191 


27 


124 
99 

519 
48 
70 
32 

3,699 


342 
209 
1,323 
111 
152 
58 

8,999 


123 

97 

530 

50 
69 
31 

3,707 


38 

18 

155 

6 

22 

8 

967 


33 
15 
137 
5 
22 
6 

942 


25 

14 
123 

3 
20 

6 

852 


8 
1 

14 
2 
2 
2/ 

90 


395 
2,298 
1,006 

2,681 


837 
5,816 
2,346 

5,692 


378 
2,316 

1,013 

2,694 


100 
568 
299 

793 


89 
576 
277 

681 


81 
521 
250 

603 


8 
55 
27 

78 


841 
364 
470 
726 
280 

1,432 


1,999 

629 

1,130 

1,422 

512 

2,385 


838 
370 
476 
727 
283 

1,449 


283 
82 
180 
198 
50 

266 


254 
61 
166 
163 
37 

220 


226 
55 
152 
141 
29 

202 


28 
5 
14 
22 
8 

18 


250 
222 
305 
394 
141 
59 
51 

1,309 


412 
365 
488 
702 
226 
92 
100 

2,368 


255 
224 
310 
399 
142 
69 
50 

1,317 


39 
38 
41 
105 
20 
8 
15 

314 


34 
23 
31 
102 
13 
3 
14 

230 


33 
20 
25 

99 

11 
1 
13 

211 


1 
3 
6 
3 
2 
2 
1 

19 


23 
88 
213 
193 
146 
229 
99 
179 
139 

754 


34 

248 
366 
327 
311 
421 
127 
353 
181 

1,106 


22 

91 
215 
197 
139 
228 
101 
180 
144 

773 


4 
27 
68 
39 
53 
56 

3 
56 

8 

140 


3 
23 

58 
24 

39 
37 

1 
37 

8 

94 


2 

21 
56 
21 

36 
34 

1 
33 

7 

83 


-1 
2 
2 
3 

3 

4 
1 

11 


161 
234 
106 
253 

1,029 


198 
449 
104 
355 

1,587 


166 
239 

107 
261 

1,052 


24 
70 
4 
42 

180 


12 
52 
3 
27 

137 


9 
47 

3 
24 

132 


3 
5 

2/ 

3 

5 


171 
152 
195 
511 

337 


196 
25C 
291 
850 

725 


173 
153 
198 
528 

341 


20 
48 
29 

86 

92 


10 
38 
19 
70 

86 


9 
38 
18 
67 

76 


1 

^ 1 
3 

10 


43 

103 
37 
49 
9 
28 
52 
16 

1,536 


94 
226 
82 
91 
28 
60 
114 
30 

3,393 


42 

107 
36 
47 
10 
28 
54 
17 

1,566 


9 
35 

7 
9 
4 
7 
20 
1 

312 


6 
32 

7 
9 
6 
4 
22 

292 


5 
30 
6 
7 
6 
2 
20 

2S2 


1 
2 
1 
2 

2 
2 

40 


1,146 
141 
249 


2,681 
239 
473 


1,169 
141 
256 


233 
37 
42 


217 

27 
48 


184 
22 
46 


33 
5 
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Blackamith ahopa 

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TABLE 5.-EMPL0YMENT AND PAY ROLL FOR A SPECL^^^IC WEEK. BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 




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NBW ENGLAND 
Connecticut 


40,891 


67,160 $894,687 


54,036 


$808,413 


50,501 


$778,879 


3,535 


{29,534 


13,124 


$86,274 


3,426 


4,653 


65,886 


3,313 


57,158 


3,237 


56,074 


76 


1,084 


1,340 


8,728 


800 


1,055 


14,457 


738 


12,422 


715 


12,128 


23 


294 


317 


2,035 


Maine 


227 


288 


4,472 


253 


4,199 


245 


4,091 


8 


108 


35 


273 


Massachusetts 


1,847 


2,580 


37,383 


1,853 


32,518 


1,320 


32,088 


33 


530 


727 


4,765 


New Hampshire 


170 


240 


3,529 


173 


3,073 


172 


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456 


Rhode Island 


307 


383 


4,393 


210 


3,323 


201 


3,226 


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97 


173 


1,070 


Vermont 


75 


107 


1,652 


86 


1,523 


84 


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129 


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New Jersey 


10,168 


15,653 


212,542 


12,056 


187,664 


11,530 


180,511 


526 


7,153 


3,597 


24,878 


1,755 


2,226 


30^369 


1,605 


25,730 


1,550 


25,162 


45 


568 


521 


4,639 


New York 


5,373 


9,191 


128,948 


7,347 


U5,757 


6,991 


110,326 


355 


5,431 


1,844 


13,191 


Pennsylvania 


3,040 


4,236 


53,225 


3,104 


46,177 


2,979 


45,023 


125 


1,154 


1,132 


7,048 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
Illinois 


8,243 


12,900 


168,434 


9,774 


148,090 


9,021 


142,744 


753 


5,346 


3,126 


20,344 


2,465 


4,225 


55,796 


3,446 


50,815 


3,087 


48,348 


359 


2,457 


779 


4,981 


Indiana 


972 


1,557 


18,960 


1,184 


16,485 


1,115 


16,117 


59 


369 


373 


2,474 


Michigan 


1,735 


2,645 


35,331 


1,977 


31,127 


1,816 


50,136 


161 


991 


568 


4,204 


Ohio 


2,069 


3,136 


39,997 


2,319 


34,859 


2,177 


33,533 


142 


1,326 


817 


5,138 


Wisconsin 


1,002 


1,337 


18,350 


848 


14,803 


826 


14,610 


22 


193 


489 


3,547 


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Iowa 


4,432 


6,866 


85,513 


5,511 


77,242 


5,082 


74,447 


429 


2,795 


1,355 


8,271 


783 


1,151 


14,381 


903 


12,992 


847 


12,584 


55 


308 


248 


1,389 


Kansas 


642 


976 


10,916 


780 


9,830 


722 


9,485 


58 


345 


196 


1,086 


Minnesota 


929 


1,402 


19,216 


1,052 


16,847 


1,008 


16,439 


44 


408 


350 


2,369 


Missouri 


1,225 


2,080 


24,154 


1,742 


22,271 


1,529 


20,907 


213 


1,364 


338 


1,883 


Nebraska 


539 


818 


10,596 


690 


9,758 


646 


9,454 


44 


304 


128 


838 


North Dakota 


163 


223 


3,179 


172 


2,790 


162 


2,733 


10 


57 


51 


389 


South Dakota 


151 


216 


3,071 


172 


2,754 


168 


2,745 


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44 


517 


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Delaware 


4,392 


8,930 


114,782 


7,806 


108,735 


7,195 


104,253 


611 


4,482 


1,124 


5,047 


109 


138 


1,696 


99 


1,495 


94 


1,427 


5 


68 


39 


201 


District of Columbia 


351 


907 


12,907 


847 


12,553 


788 


12,028 


59 


525 


50 


554 


Florida 


525 


926 


12,782 


836 


12,076 


766 


11,489 


70 


587 


90 


706 


Georgia 


714 


1,755 


19,450 


1,574 


18,654 


1,367 


17,332 


207 


1,322 


181 


79S 


Maryland 


575 


879 


11,698 


729 


10,711 


684 


10,251 


45 


450 


150 


987 


North Carolina 


710 


1,534 


22,588 


1,422 


21,512 


1,353 


20,942 


59 


570 


212 


1,075 


South Carolina 


470 


949 


10,339 


784 


9,686 


705 


9,228 


79 


458 


165 


655 


Virginia 


636 


1,235 


16,101 


1,076 


15,287 


1,021 


14,901 


55 


386 


159 


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West Virginia 


302 


507 


7,221 


439 


5,751 


417 


5,655 


22 


105 


68 


450 


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Alabama 


2,185 


4,371 


51,919 


3,836 


49,254 


3,495 


46,985 


341 


2,269 


535 


2,665 


502 


1,080 


12,812 


948 


12,169 


871 


11,596 


77 


473 


132 


643 


Kentucky 


565 


951 


11,121 


790 


10,295 


723 


9,899 


67 


395 


161 


826 


Mississippi 


302 


592 


7,079 


528 


6,803 


463 


6,413 


65 


390 


54 


276 


Tennessee 


816 


1,748 


20,907 


1,570 


19,987 


1,438 


18,977 


132 


1,010 


178 


920 


WEST SOIT^ CEOTRAL 
Arkansas 


3,834 


6,990 


85,139 


6,247 


81,075 


5,808 


78,175 


439 


2,900 


743 


4,064 


424 


730 


8,072 


625 


7,525 


582 


7,174 


44 


351 


104 


547 


Louisiana 


483 


953 


11,369 


894 


11,078 


769 


10,382 


125 


696 


59 


291 


Oklahoma 


801 


1,455 


16,519 


1,287 


15,671 


1,212 


15,184 


75 


487 


168 


848 


Texas 


2,126 


3,852 


49,179 


3,440 


46,801 


3,245 


45,435 


195 


1,365 


412 


2,378 


MOONTAIN 
Arizona 


1,034 


1,738 


27,174 


1,443 


24,905 


1,319 


24,022 


124 


883 


295 


2,269 


114 


226 


3,538 


190 


3,255 


181 


3,215 


9 


51 


36 


272 


Colorado 


353 


602 


7,974 


498 


7,385 


452 


7,176 


46 


210 


104 


588 


Idaho 


122 


188 


3,370 


152 


3,042 


141 


2,867 


11 


175 


36 


328 


Montana 


129 


181 


3,150 


133 


2,655 


121 


2,584 


12 


71 


48 


495 


Nevada 


22 


39 


1,015 


34 


941 


30 


902 


4 


39 


5 


74 


New Meileo 


100 


192 


3,064 


177 


2,958 


161 


2,772 


16 


166 


15 


126 


Utah 


117 


179 


2,724 


149 


2,495 


136 


2,374 


13 


121 


30 


229 


Wyoming 


77 


131 


2,339 


110 


2,182 


97 


2,132 


13 


50 


21 


157 


PACIFIC 
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3,177 


5,059 


83,298 


4,050 


74,290 


3,814 


71,668 


236 


2,622 


1,009 


9,008 


2,406 


3,827 


64,647 


3,113 


58,119 


2,947 


55,070 


156 


2,049 


714 


6,528 


Oregon 


331 


528 


7,973 


418 


7,118 


384 


6,939 


34 


179 


110 


855 


Washington 


440 


704 


10,678 


519 


9,053 


483 


8,559 


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TABLE 5. -EMPLOYMENT AND PAY ROLL FOR A SPECIFIC WEEK. BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND 


STATES 






Number 


Full- 


ime and 


Full-time Employment. By Occupational Groups 








oi 














Eslab- 


Part-time 








Part 


-time 


Division and State 


llth- 
mentj 


Employment 
Combined 


All 
Employees 


(Dperative 
Employee! 


All Other 
Employees 


Employment 




Report- 
ing 


















Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


TDTU. FOE DNITro SBLIBS 
REff KRCLUiD 
Connaetlout 


S4,131 


58,064 


(841, 955 


4B,791 


)781,483 


45,296 


♦716,887 


3.495 


164,596 


9,873 


160,478 


1,469 


4,063 


63,454 


3,523 


59,677 


3,322 


55,296 


201 


4.381 


540 


3,777 


£62 


917 


16,012 


818 


15,263 


750 


13,507 


68 


1,756 


99 


749 


Maine 


125 


271 


3,999 


247 


3,816 


225 


3,523 


22 


293 


24 


183 


Maaaaehnaetts 


877 


2,415 


36,458 


2,079 


34,197 


1,987 


32,143 


92 


2,054 


336 


8,861 


Hav EampahlT* 


69 


137 


1,889 


108 


1,670 


104 


X 


4 


X 


29 


819 


Bhode lalanil 


92 


259 


4,311 


226 


4,096 


213 


3,853 


13 


243 


33 


815 


Tamont 


44 


64 


785 


45 


635 


43 


X 


2 


X 


19 


150 


UDDLK KFIMSeriC 


5,925 


16,256 


257,492 


13,993 


242,605 


12,946 


216,880 


1,047 


25,725 


2,263 


14,887 


Kew Jeraey 


1,007 


2,251 


32,157 


1,889 


30,002 


1,773 


27,69* 


U6 


2,308 


362 


8,155 


New York 


3,460 


10,564 


175,966 


9,240 


166,916 


8,509 


147,798 


731 


19,118 


1,324 


9,050 


PennaylTaala 


1,4S8 


3,441 


49,369 


2,864 


43,687 


2,664 


41,388 


200 


4,299 


577 


3,688 


lAOT RORTH CEWHAL 
lUlnolB 


5,254 


12,335 


174,816 


10,024 


159,412 


9,379 


146,854 


645 


12,558 


8,311 


15,404 


1,654 


4,141 


61,374 


3,435 


56,618 


3,248 


53,163 


187 


3,455 


706 


4,756 


Indiana 


531 


1,108 


13,236 


912 


12,089 


848 


10,974 


64 


1.115 


196 


1,147 


Michigan 


916 


1,954 


28,417 


1,629 


26,245 


1,519 


23,961 


110 


2,294 


325 


8,178 


Ohio 


1,465 


3,489 


48,605 


2,842 


44,527 


2,622 


40,204 


220 


4,323 


647 


4,078 


Wlaeonaln 


6S8 


1,643 


23,184 


1,206 


19,933 


1,142 


18,562 


64 


1.371 


437 


3,251 


•EST NORTH GENTEAL 
Iowa 


2,661 


4,601 


70,636 


3,587 


64,148 


3,310 


69,547 


277 


4.601 


1,014 


6,488 


449 


894 


11,154 


720 


9,995 


690 


9,583 


30 


412 


174 


1,159 


Eansaa 


304 


520 


5,448 


385 


4,549 


375 


4,471 


10 


78 


135 


899 


Ulnneaota 


544 


1,313 


17,801 


1,102 


16,437 


1,020 


14,912 


82 


1,525 


2U 


1,364 


Missouri 


961 


1,080 


26,275 


748 


24,187 


631 


22,546 


117 


1,641 


332 


2,088 


Nebraslca 


262 


501 


6,453 


393 


5,867 


364 


5,065 


29 


802 


108 


586 


North Dakota 


73 


139 


1,657 


HI 


1,443 


103 


X 


8 


X 


28 


214 1 


South Dakota 


88 


154 


1,848 


128 


1,670 


127 


X 


1 


X 


26 


178 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 
Delaware 


2,286 


5,773 


72,251 


5,031 


68,123 


4,627 


63,502 


404 


4.621 


742 


4,128 


44 


118 


1,729 


105 


1,665 


97 


1,512 


8 


153 


IS 


64 


District of Columbia 


265 


1,046 


16,894 


985 


16,532 


919 


15,320 


66 


i.a2 


61 


362 


Tlorlda 


299 


691 


8,057 


622 


7,558 


578 


7,132 


44 


426 


69 


499 


Georgia 


356 


996 


11,339 


893 


10,933 


789 


9,972 


104 


961 


103 


406 


Maryland 


319 


633 


7,649 


501 


6,955 


469 


6,489 


32 


466 


132 


694 


North Carolina 


322 


737 


8,489 


621 


7,870 


579 


7,515 


42 


355 


116 


619 


South Carolina 


179 


381 


3,932 


321 


3,678 


286 


3,525 


35 


153 


60 


254 


Virginia 


317 


798 


9,886 


694 


9,223 


632 


8,445 


62 


778 


104 


663 


Vest Virginia 


185 


373 


4,276 


289 


3,709 


278 


3,592 


11 


117 


84 


567 


EAST SOUTH ClOTRAL 


1,075 


2,596 


28,528 


2,292 


27,111 


2,068 


25.350 


224 


1,761 


304 


1,417 


Alahaaa 


241 


650 


6,691 


581 


6,394 


530 


6,022 


51 


372 


69 


297 


Kentucky 


265 


500 


6,129 


418 


5,689 


387 


5,387 


31 


302 


82 


440 


Ulaslaslppl 


129 


269 


2,598 


246 


2,470 


219 


2,342 


27 


128 


23 


128 


Tennessee 


440 


1,177 


13,110 


1,047 


12,558 


932 


11,599 


115 


959 


130 


558 




2,166 


4,580 


48,084 


3,828 


44,716 


3,520 


41,869 


308 


8,847 


692 


3,368 


Arkansas 


222 


439 


4,752 


381 


4,479 


342 


4,191 


39 


288 


58 


273 


Louisiana 


239 


645 


7,043 


661 


6,616 


487 


6,031 


74 


585 


84 


427 


Oklahcna 


450 


804 


7,665 


640 


7,031 


600 


6,673 


40 


358 


164 


634 


Texas 


1,255 


2,638 


28,624 


2,246 


26,590 


2,091 


24,974 


155 


1,616 


392 


2,034 


MOUNTAIN 


584 


1,241 


16,838 


1,003 


15,331 


943 


14,440 


60 


891 


838 


1,507 


Arizona 


69 


143 


2,104 


117 


1,917 


111 


1,816 


6 


ipi 


86 


187 


Colorado 


182 


51£ 


7,188 


433 


6,808 


397 


6,251 


36 


557 


79 


380 


Idaho 


76 


143 


1,796 


115 


1,632 


112 


1,580 


3 


52 


88 


164 


Montana 


79 


114 


1,551 


98 


1,452 


96 


X 


2 


X 


16 


99 


Nevada 


18 


33 


633 


51 


626 


27 


564 


4 


62 


8 


7 


New Ilexlco 


58 


lU 


1,322 


82 


1,051 


75 


954 


7 


97 


29 


271 


Utah 


56 


115 


1,359 


73 


1,074 


71 


X 


£ 


^ 


42 


886 


Wyoming 


46 


70 


885 


54 


771 


54 


771 


— 


— 


16 


114 


PACUIC 


2,691 


6,679 


109,856 


5,510 


100,360 


5,181 


93,149 


329 


7,211 


1,169 


9,496 


California 


2,140 


5,231 


87,588 


4,298 


79,S47 


4,045 


74,341 


253 


5,506 


933 


7.741 


Oregon 


227 


591 


9,282 


492 


8,555 


467 


8,068 


25 


487 


99 


727 


VaahlBgtOB 


324 


857 


12,986 


rso 


U,998 


669 


10,740 


51 


1.218 


137 


1,028 



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TABLE 5. -EMPLOYMENT AND PAY ROLL FOR A SPECIFIC WEEK, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 




Number 

oi 

E.t.b- 

liah- 

ments 


Full-time and 

Part-time 

Employment 

Combined 


Full-time Employment. 


}y Occupational 


Groups 




Division and State 


All 
Employees 


Operative 
Employee* 


All Other 
Employee* 


Firi-time 
Employment 




Report- 
ing 
















Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


TOTAL TOR UNITED STATES 
NBir ra(3JU«D 
Ccnnectlcut 


16,365 


29,044 


$358,830 


20,684 


f294,882 


17,018 


#246,287 


3,666 


148,595 


8,360 


♦63,948 


896 


1,451 


20,516 


902 


15,418 


723 


12,507 


179 


2,911 


549 


5,098 


208 


360 


5,400 


236 


4,297 


174 


3,086 


62 


1,211 


124 


1,103 


Maine 


51 


80 


1,000 


47 


733 


47 


733 








33 


267 


ItossechusettB 


531 


850 


11,922 


528 


8,884 


429 


7,411 


99 


1,473 


322 


3,038 


New Hampshire 


25 


37 


460 


20 


309 


17 


275 


3 


34 


17 


151 


Bhode Island 


58 


95 


1,384 


54 


981 


43 


818 


11 


163 


41 


403 


Venncnt 


23 


29 


350 


17 


214 


13 


184 


4 


30 


12 


136 


New Jersey 


4,540 


7,401 


102,056 


4,952 


81,122 


3,882 


64,290 


1,070 


16,832 


2,449 


20,934 


749 


1,152 


15,399 


792 


12,407 


601 


9,508 


191 


2,899 


360 


2,992 


New York 


2,811 


4,682 


67,940 


3,117 


53,934 


2,469 


42,814 


648 


11,120 


1,565 


14,006 


PennaylTanla 


980 


1,567 


18,717 


1,043 


14,781 


812 


11,968 


231 


2,813 


524 


3,936 


U£T NORm CHimiAL 
Illinois 


2,902 


5,029 


62,876 


3,252 


48,825 


2,723 


41,712 


529 


7,113 


1,777 


14,051 


917 


1,583 


20,155 


1,028 


15,642 


841 


13,270 


187 


2,372 


555 


4,513 


Indiana 


322 


568 


6,326 


383 


5,113 


312 


4,253 


71 


660 


185 


1,213 


UlcMgan 


659 


1,138 


14,297 


753 


11,177 


657 


9,924 


96 


1,253 


385 


3,120 


Ohio 


787 


1,340 


17,124 


849 


13,075 


719 


11,169 


130 


1,906 


491 


4,049 


Wisconsin 


217 


400 


4,974 


239 


3,818 


194 


3,096 


45 


722 


161 


1,156 


WEST NOHIH CENTRAL 
Iowa 


1,234 


2,184 


26,344 


1,539 


21,817 


1,279 


18,413 


260 


3,404 


645 


4,527 


152 


255 


3,036 


154 


2,355 


130 


2,014 


24 


341 


101 


680 


Kansas 


206 


372 


4,267 


266 


3,576 


232 


3,206 


34 


370 


106 


591 


Minnesota 


214 


402 


5,041 


255 


3,919 


204 


3,173 


51 


746 


147 


1,122 


Missouri 


489 


893 


10,866 


686 


9,458 


563 


7,879 


123 


1,579 


207 


1,408 


Nebraska 


107 


166 


1,992 


106 


1,543 


92 


1,298 


14 


245 


60 


449 


North Dakota 


34 


55 


638 


40 


537 


33 


485 


7 


52 


15 


101 


South Dakota 


32 


41 


505 


32 


429 


25 


358 


7 


71 


9 


76 


SOOTH Aiuurnc 

Delaware 


1,937 


3,923 


40,209 


3.195 


36,247 


2,605 


29,645 


590 


6,602 


728 


3,962 


46 


74 


933 


52 


792 


45 


721 


7 


71 


22 


141 


District of Columbia 


277 


600 


7,859 


535 


7,339 


421 


5,857 


114 


1,482 


65 


520 


Florida 


253 


480 


4,981 


393 


4,559 


316 


3,404 


77 


1,155 


87 


422 


Georgia 


341 


690 


5,444 


570 


5,014 


469 


4,208 


101 


806 


120 


430 


Maryland 


273 


425 


4,943 


296 


3,999 


256 


3,538 


40 


461 


129 


944 


North Carolina 


278 


636 


5,974 


512 


5,419 


443 


4,756 


69 


663 


124 


555 


South Carolina 


143 


336 


2,728 


280 


2,559 


201 


1,825 


79 


734 


56 


169 


Virginia 


199 


423 


4,756 


360 


4,378 


290 


3,515 


70 


863 


63 


378 


West Virginia 


127 


259 


2,591 


197 


2,188 


164 


1,821 


33 


367 


62 


403 


EAST SOOTH COmiAL 
Alabama 


947 


1,897 


17,214 


1,563 


15,624 


1,299 


15,412 


264 


2,212 


334 


1,590 


278 


567 


4,697 


471 


4,315 


404 


3,768 


67 


547 


96 


382 


Kentucky 


237 


470 


5,061 


387 


4,581 


330 


4,032 


57 


549 


83 


480 


Mississippi 


183 


374 


3,028 


316 


2,805 


256 


2,345 


60 


460 


58 


223 


Tennessee 


249 


486 


4,428 


389 


3,923 


309 


3,267 


80 


656 


97 


505 


KEST SOOTE CENTRAL 
Arkansas 


1,9?9 


4,008 


43,994 


3,246 


39,753 


2,728 


34,446 


518 


5,307 


762 


4,241 


183 


381 


3,677 


282 


,3,134 


240 


2,750 


42 


384 


99 


543 


Louisiana 


374 


808 


7,216 


667 


6,519 


518 


5,112 


149 


1,407 


141 


697 


Oklahrase 


292 


547 


6,540 


430 


5,836 


391 


5,474 


39 


362 


117 


704 


Texas 


1,150 


2,272 


26,561 


1,867 


24,864 


1,579 


21,110 


288 


3,154 


405 


2,297 


IDDNTAIN 
Arizona 


324 


561 


7,187 


354 


5,575 


307 


4,949 


47 


626 


207 


1,612 


44 


67 


972 


50 


818 


42 


694 


8 


124 


17 


154 


Colorado 


HZ 


169 


1,938 


106 


1,497 


86 


1,281 


20 


a6 


63 


441 


Idaho 


15 


36 


232 


8 


126 


7 


X 


1 


z 


28 


106 


Montana 


34 


63 


977 


44 


749 


43 


z 


1 


z 


19 


228 


Nevada 


11 


15 


247 


8 


154 


7 


z 


1 


I 


7 


93 


New Hen CO 


42 


SI 


1,058 


59 


905 


55 


840 


4 


66 


22 


153 


Utah 


46 


84 


1,085 


47 


775 


36 


603 


11 


172 


37 


310 


V!sroDing 


20 


46 


678 


32 


551 


31 


z 


1 


X 


14 


127 


FACinC 

Cdlfomia 


1,586 


2,590 


38,434 


1,681 


30,501 


1,472 


26,913 


209 


3,588 


909 


7.933 


1,310 


2,106 


31,285 


1,368 


24,896 


1,202 


22,015 


166 


2,881 


738 


6,389 


Oregon 


103 


174 


2,553 


109 


1,986 


91 


1,641 


18 


345 


65 


567 


VafblnKtOD 


173 


310 


4,596 


204 


3,619 


179 


3,257 


25 


362 


106 


977 



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TABLE 5. --EMPLOYMENT AND PAY ROLL FOR A SPECIFIC WEEK, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 




Number 


Full-time and 


Full-time Employment. 


By Occupational Groups 








oi 




















Estab- 


Part -lime 






Executives and 






Part 


-time 


Division and Slate 


liih- 
mentfl 
Report- 
ing 


Employment 
Combined 


All 
Employees 


aerical 
Employee! 


All Uther 
Employees 


Employment 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Rol 


Number 


Pay Roll 


TOTAL FOR UNITED STMiid 
tOM EKGIAND 
Connsctlcut 


8,865 


23,590 


^499, 869 


15,809 


>439,540 


3,100 


♦161,638 


12,709 


1287,902 


7,781 


$60,329 


698 


1,749 


38,789 


1,005 


32,431 


194 


10.290 


811 


22.141 


744 


6.356 


109 


312 


7,527 


198 


6,495 


37 


1,655 


161 


4,840 


114 


1,032 


Maine 


72 


146 


3,186 


102 


2,762 


21 


794 


81 


1,968 


44 


424 


Uasaachusetts 


375 


961 


21,366 


512 


17,392 


101 


6,286 


411 


11,106 


449 


3,974 


Now Hampshire 


56 


125 


2,548 


75 


2,232 


10 


325 


65 


1,907 


50 


316 


Rhode laland 


51 


138 


2,843 


78 


2,454 


16 


921 


62 


1,533 


60 


389 


Venaont 


35 


67 


1,319 


40 


1,096 


9 


309 


31 


787 


27 


223 


IQDDLS ATLANTIC 
New Jersey 


2,147 


5,581 


120,863 


3,255 


101,158 


633 


35,387 


2,622 


65,771 


2.326 


19,705 


287 


839 


18,761 


503 


15,818 


95 


4,708 


408 


11,110 


336 


2,943 


New York 


1,034 


2,697 


63,009 


1,559 


53,060 


380 


22,307 


1,179 


30,753 


i.isa 


9,949 


Pennsylvania 


826 


2,045 


39,093 


1,193 


32,280 


158 


8,372 


1,035 


23,908 


852 


6,813 


JSAST NOME CHJTHAL 


2,183 


5,154 


107,797 


3,300 


93,471 


607 


30,024 


2,693 


63.447 


1,654 


14.326 


Illlnoia 


575 


1,417 


32,499 


980 


28,764 


194 


9,276 


786 


19,488 


437 


3,735 


Indiana 


349 


835 


15,059 


519 


12,982 


62 


3,041 


457 


9,941 


316 


2,077 


Ulchlgan 


441 


911 


16,416 


508 


13,212 


77 


3,154 


431 


10,078 


403 


3,203 


Ohio 


603 


1,509 


32,007 


995 


28,091 


201 


9,603 


794 


18,488 


514 


3,916 


Wisconsin 


215 


482 


11,817 


298 


10,422 


73 


4,970 


226 


5,452 


UB4 


1,395 


WEST NORTH CENTRAl 
Iowa 


929 


2,312 


49,639 


1,561 


44,135 


287 


14,949 


1,274 


29,186 


751 


5,504 


204 


441 


7,272 


267 


6,213 


44 


1,563 


223 


4,650 


174 


1,059 


Kansas 


138 


301 


5,338 


196 


4,528 


20 


678 


176 


3.850 


105 


810 


Minnesota 


167 


367 


8,725 


232 


7,434 


44 


3,160 


188 


4,274 


135 


1,291 


Missouri 


270 


918 


22,948 


689 


21,369 


145 


7,964 


544 


15,405 


229 


1,579 


Nebraska 


95 


198 


3,888 


125 


3,401 


26 


1,244 


100 


2,157 


73 


487 


North Dakota 


30 


52 


813 


31 


639 


5 


155 


26 


484 


21 


174 


South Dakota 


25 


35 


655 


21 


551 


4 


185 


17 


366 


14 


104 


SOOTH ATLANTIC 
Delaware 


1,046 


5,033 


53,617 


2,173 


48,310 


356 


14,976 


1,817 


33,334 


860 


5,307 


36 


88 


1,384 


39 


1,110 


10 


528 


29 


582 


49 


274 


District of Columbia 


45 


208 


5,375 


150 


5,003 


28 


1,735 


122 


3,268 


56 


373 


Florida 


121 


346 


6,368 


279 


5,950 


53 


2,019 


226 


3,831 


67 


418 


Georgia 


187 


610 


8,457 


449 


7,698 


49 


1,712 


400 


5,986 


161 


759 


Maryland 


111 


264 


5,808 


172 


5,051 


21 


1,215 


151 


3,836 


92 


757 


North Carolina 


159 


452 


8,257 


336 


7,491 


63 


2,669 


273 


4,822 


U6 


766 


South Carolina 


118 


388 


5,107 


276 


4,657 


55 


1,819 


221 


2,838 


112 


450 


Virginia 


146 


413 


7,662 


302 


6,963 


57 


2,372 


245 


4,591 


111 


699 


West Virginia 


123 


264 


5,198 


170 


4,387 


20 


907 


150 


3,480 


94 


811 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Alabama 


581 


1,736 


29,571 


1,349 


26,929 


267 


8,300 


1,082 


18,629 


387 


2,642 


124 


399 


7,369 


300 


6,202 


45 


1,881 


255 


4,321 


99 


1,167 


Kentucky 


185 


454 


7,333 


301 


6,478 


58 


1,748 


243 


4,730 


153 


855 


MlsslBslppl 


66 


205 


3,064 


183 


2,943 


49 


951 


134 


1,992 


22 


121 


Tennessee 


206 


678 


11,805 


565 


11,306 


115 


3,720 


450 


7,586 


113 


499 


WEST SOUTH CENTEAL 
Arkansas 


590 


1,939 


37,937 


1,542 


35,397 


315 


13,470 


1,229 


21,927 


397 


2,540 


85 


237 


3,965 


189 


3,667 


31 


861 


158 


2,806 


48 


298 


Louisiana 


107 


488 


10,267 


405 


9,761 


87 


4,399 


318 


5,362 


83 


506 


Oklahoma 


114 


310 


5,469 


224 


4,946 


43 


1,484 


181 


3,462 


66 


523 


Texas 


284 


904 


18,236 


724 


17,023 


152 


6,726 


572 


10,297 


160 


1,213 


MDUNTAIN 
Arizona 


202 


507 


12,805 


364 


11,660 


S3 


4,386 


281 


7.274 


143 


1,145 


24 


65 


1,867 


52 


1,729 


11 


729 


41 


1,000 


13 


138 


Colorado 


59 


161 


4,020 


113 


3,707 


28 


1,602 


86 


2,105 


46 


313 


Idaho 


29 


47 


1,084 


36 


1,008 


6 


256 


30 


752 


11 


76 


Montana 


30 


65 


1,762 


40 


1,479 


13 


689 


27 


790 


25 


289 


Nevada 


6 


17 


595 


16 


588 


4 


z 


12 


z 


1 


7 


New Mexico 


15 


46 


1,270 


38 


1,197 


6 


335 


32 


862 


10 


73 


Utah 


25 


80 


1,661 


55 


1,489 


13 


406 


42 


1,083 


25 


172 


Wyoming 


14 


24 


546 


14 


463 


2 


z 


12 


z 


10 


63 


PACIFIC 


489 


1,579 


48,851 


1,260 


46,049 


360 


19,856 


900 


26,193 


319 


2,802 


California 


320 


1,089 


34,437 


855 


32,323 


219 


13,350 


636 


18,973 


234 


2,164 


Oregon 


67 


201 


5,371 


160 


5,010 


51 


2,271 


109 


2,739 


41 


361 


Washington 


102 


289 


8,993 


245 


8,716 


90 


4,235 


155 


4,481 


44 


277 



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TABLE 5. -EMPLOYMENT AND PAY ROLL FOR A SPECIRC WEEK, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 






Number 


Full-lime and 


Full-time Employment, By Occupational 


Groups 








of 


















Ettab- 

liih- 

ments 


Part-lime 












Part 


time 


Division and State 


Employment 
Combined 


All 
Employees 


Operative 
Employee! 


All Other 
Employee! 


Employment 




Report- 
ing 




















Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Number 


Pay Roll 


TOTAL ?0R DOTTED STATES 
NEW ENGLAND 
Connecticut 


11,365 


20,729 


#254,842 


15,598 


•224,592 


13,709 


»200,651 


1,889 


♦23,941 


5,131 


#30,250 


895 


1,547 


20,116 


1,031 


17,136 


939 


15,372 


92 


1.764 


516 


2,980 


187 


299 


3,672 


203 


3,102 


190 


2,817 


13 


285 


96 


570 


Mains 


59 


96 


1,298 


71 


1,128 


56 


834 


15 


294 


25 


170 


Massacliusatts 


522 


940 


12,560 


629 


10,749 


580 


9,886 


49 


863 


311 


1,811 


New Hampshire 


39 


56 


729 


41 


638 


39 


X 


2 


X 


15 


91 


fihode Islaad 


71 


132 


1,629 


75 


1,337 


63 


1,064 


12 


273 


57 


292 


Veimont 


17 


24 


228 


12 


182 


11 


X 


1 


X 


12 


46 


IQDISLE ATLANTIC 
New Jersey 


2,828 


5,064 


72,003 


3,890 


64,314 


3,428 


55,461 


462 


8,853 


1,174 


7.689 


401 


663 


8,994 


489 


8,026 


430 


6,970 


59 


1,056 


174 


968 


New York ' 


1,600 


2,912 


44,260 


2,314 


39,902 


2,061 


34,856 


253 


5,046 


598 


4,358 


Pennsylvaala 


827 


1,489 


18,749 


1,087 


16,386 


937 


13,635 


150 


2,751 


402 


2,363 


EAST NOBTH CENTRAL 


2,237 


4,078 


49,359 


2,923 


42,643 


2,666 


39,566 


257 


3,077 


1,155 


6,716 


Illinois 


670 


1,207 


15,180 


857 


12,961 


793 


12,049 


64 


912 


350 


2,219 


Indiana 


296 


628 


7,485 


494 


6,904 


458 


6,460 


36 


444 


134 


581 


Ulchlgan 


441 


750 


9,228 


545 


8,029 


506 


7,568 


39 


461 


205 


1,199 


Ohio 


646 


1,211 


14,237 


871 


12,230 


767 


11,176 


104 


1,054 


340 


2,007 


Wisconsin 


184 


282 


3,229 


156 


2,519 


142 


2,313 


14 


206 


126 


710 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL 
Iowa 


960 


1,651 


18,837 


1,180 


16,113 


1,041 


14,613 


139 


1,500 


471 


2,724 


193 


308 


3,290 


201 


2,766 


180 


2,565 


21 


201 


107 


524 


Kansas 


159 


260 


2,796 


191 


2,406 


166 


2,153 


25 


253 


69 


390 


Minnesota 


147 


239 


3,135 


136 


2,319 


125 


X 


11 


X 


103 


816 


Missouri 


299 


560 


6,312 


443 


5,676 


384 


5,124 


59 


552 


117 


636 


Nebraska 


102 


192 


2,173 


143 


1,965 


122 


1,692 


21 


273 


49 


208 


North Dakota 


25 


41 


569 


30 


481 


30 


481 


— 


— 


11 


88 


South Dakota 


35 


51 


562 


36 


500 


34 


X 


2 


X 


15 


62 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 
Delaware 


1,538 


3,025 


31,330 


2,435 


28,780 


2,034 


25,584 


401 


3,196 


590 


2,550 


30 


56 


660 


41 


591 


38 


576 


3 


15 


15 


69 


District of Columbia 


102 


182 


2,516 


166 


2,410 


147 


2,298 


19 


U2 


16 


106 


Florida 


152 


302 


3,114 


252 


2,941 


208 


2,555 


44 


386 


50 


173 


Georgia 


298 


598 


5,499 


501 


5,144 


385 


4,207 


116 


937 


97 


355 


Maryland 


157 


327 


3,850 


257 


3,396 


230 


3,103 


27 


293 


70 


454 


North Carolina 


299 


575 


5,508 


442 


4,983 


378 


4,451 


64 


532 


133 


525 


South Carolina 


136 


300 


2,798 


238 


2,624 


180 


2,255 


58 


369 


62 


174 


Virginia 


245 


463 


4,946 


381 


4,591 


328 


4,183 


53 


408 


82 


355 


West Virginia 


119 


222 


2,439 


157 


2,100 


140 


1,956 


17 


144 


65 


339 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Alabama 


742 


1,367 


13,973 


1,085 


12,541 


909 


10,990 


176 


1,551 


282 


1,432 


212 


426 


4,115 


334 


3,677 


280 


3,276 


54 


401 


92 


438 


Kentuclcy 


177 


302 


3,207 


241 


2,891 


211 


2,609 


30 


282 


61 


316 


Mississippi 


82 


124 


1,237 


100 


1,097 


8b 


1,006 


14 


91 


24 


140 


Tennessee 


271 


515 


5,414 


410 


4,876 


332 


4,099 


78 


777 


105 


538 


WEST SOUTH cmnsAL 
Arkansas 


926 


1,818 


18,654 


1,474 


16,908 


1,212 


14,648 


262 


2,260 


344 


1,746 


105 


176 


1,723 


140 


1,578 


118 


1,376 


22 


202 


36 


145 


Louisiana 


160 


324 


3,110 


278 


2,885 


232 


2,519 


46 


366 


46 


225 


Oklahoma 


217 


410 


3,922 


318 


3,515 


278 


3,178 


40 


337 


92 


407 


Texas 


446 


908 


9,899 


738 


8,930 


584 


7,575 


154 


1,355 


170 


969 


MOUNTAIN 
Arizona 


337 


550 


6,601 


393 


5,427 


362 


4,985 


31 


442 


157 


1,174 


39 


66 


7E9 


44 


546 


41 


521 


3 


25 


22 


183 


Colorado 
Idaho 


119 
26 


220 
31 


2,583 
391 


179 
18 


2,288 
300 


161 
18 


1,986 
300 


18 


302 


41 
13 


295 
91 


Montana 


38 


52 


770 


32 


618 


30 


X 


2 


X 


20 
3 

19 


152 
24 
138 


Nevada 
New Mexico 


8 
43 


13 
65 


114 
687 


10 
46 


90 
549 


10 
41 


90 
516 


5 


33 


Utah 


45 


74 


908 


43 


673 


42 


X 


1 


X 


31 


235 


Wyoming 


19 


29 


419 


21 


363 


19 


X 


2 


X 


8 


56 


PACIFIC 
California 


900 


1,629 


23,969 


1,187 


20,730 


1,118 


19,432 


69 


1,298 


442 


3,239 


640 


1,171 


17,284 


872 


15,202 


822 


14,270 


50 


932 


299 


2,032 


Oregon 


97 


169 


2,337 


114 


1,889 


107 


1,712 


7 


177 


55 


448 


Washington 


163 


289 


4,348 


201 


3,639 


189 


3,450 


12 


189 


88 


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APPENDIX 



Census o( Business 
















Retail Dislribulion: 1935 


TABLE 7 A. - 


UNITED STATES SUMMARY 








ANALYSIS OF SALES AND VALUE OF STOCKS ON HAND, BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Receipts 


from - 






Stocks 

on hand 

end of year 




Total 




Meals 


Repairs, 




Sales to 


Kind of Business 


sales 


Merchandise 


and 


storage. 


Other 


other 






sales 


fountain 


and service 


sources 


retailers 








sales 


sales 






(at cost) 




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TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 


»33.161.2'6 


♦30.677.283 


$1,762,906 


*571.217 


tl49.870 


$537,749 


$4,297,957 


Food Stores 


8,362,425 


8,284,173 


65,123 


2,096 


11.033 


113.224 


502.691 


Candy and conlcclionery stores 


314,467 


270,101 


41,944 


542 


1,880 


1,117 


19,621 


03iry products stores S, milk dealers 


576,351 


570,280 


4,915 


82 


1,074 


52,015 


7.486 


Ejg and poulliy dealers 


58.404 


52,294 


8 


34 


68 


1.617 


1,035 


Delicatessen stores 


88,708 


84,725 


3.773 


48 


162 


354 


6,662 


Fruit stores and vegetable markets 


215,965 


215,187 


449 


43 


286 


3,052 


4.298 


Grocery stores (without mealsl 


2,202,607 


2,195,850 


3.493 


522 


2.742 


10.378 


192.099 


Combination stores (groceries & "leatsl 


4,149,813 


4,139,207 


6,781 


532 


3.293 


29,422 


258.009 


Meat markets 


565,640 


564 , 925 


124 


46 


545 


11.249 


8.078 


Fish markets - seafood 


46,611 


46,581 


120 


5 


105 


1.083 


803 


Bakeries and caterers 


99,908 


97,098 


2,521 


97 


192 


1.920 


1.315 


Other (ood stores 


49,751 


47,925 


995 


145 


686 


1.017 


3.091 


General Stores (with food) 


1,110,403 


1,103,713 


2,137 


656 


3,897 


10,378 


245,972 


General merchandise group 

Dry goods 4 general merchandise stores 


4,619,751 


4,501,013 


64,384 


20,090 


34.264 


13.686 


775.184 


527,862 


524,298 


778 


1,431 


1,355 


2.248 


173.695 


Department stores 


3,311,070 


3,231,144 


29,438 


18,529 


31,959 


11,134 


495.361 


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


780,819 


745,571 


34,168 


130 


950 


304 


106.128 


Apparel group 


2,656,242 


2,626,326 


346 


18,362 


11.208 


5.779 


557.659 


Men's furnishings .s totes 


143,668 


143,024 


18 


343 


283 


289 


40.002 


Men's clothing - furnishings stores 


515,949 


513,914 


52 


664 


1,319 


1.398 


146.273 


family clothing stores 


358,849 


355,215 


1 


1,040 


2,593 


720 


66,096 


Women's ready-to-wear stores 


794,992 


784,302 


232 


4,850 


5.606 


1.615 


108,090 


Furriers and tur shops 


59,897 


53,433 


6 


6,309 


149 


619 


12,425 


Millinery stores 


94,451 


94,054 


2 


241 


154 


166 


5,050 


Custom tailors 


67,120 


64,546 


1 


2,401 


172 


224 


11,454 


Accessories - other apparel stores 


109,917 


109,443 


16 


234 


224 


264 


20,533 


Shoe stores 


511.399 


508,395 


18 


2,280 


706 


464 


187,736 


Automotive group 


4,606,650 


4,175,430 


1,408 


401.017 


28,795 


202,401 


486.048 


Molor-vehicle dealers (new) 


3,725,438 


3,500,128 


475 


209.841 


14.994 


155,255 


383.281 


Used-car dealers 


122,204 


119,291 


50 


1,984 


879 


3.691 


16,404 


Accessories, tire and battery dealers 


373,910 


351,376 


179 


19.997 


2.356 


40.817 


56.866 


Garages 


370,064 


191,338 


695 


167.601 


10.430 


2,149 


26,677 


Other automotive 


15,034 


13,297 


9 


1.594 


134 


489 


2,820 


Filling stations 
Furniture-household group 


1,967,714 


1,906,816 


7,280 


44,160 


9,456 


18,996 


73.550 


1,289.896 


1,259,774 


163 


21,050 


8,909 


18,298 


302,508 


Furniture stores 


694,578 


684,863 


7 


4,691 


5,017 


3,820 


165,534 


Floor coverings drapery stores 


61,246 


59,652 


47 


1,161 


396 


712 


16,423 


Household appliance and radio stores 


381,171 


366,908 


79 


11,298 


2,686 


8.721 


59,138 


Radio dealers 


57,152 


54,094 


22 


2.783 


253 


749 


10,066 


Other home furnishings stores 


95,749 


94,257 


8 


1.127 


357 


4,296 


51,347 


Lumb«r-building hardware group 

Lumber i bui 1 d ing :naler iai dealers 


1,864,275 


1,833,624 


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22,030 


8.621 


41,079 


646,055 


866,865 


859,742 


— 


1.856 


5.267 


21.447 


236,211 


Hardware stores 


467,217 


461,760 


— 


4,310 


1,147 


7.457 


182,419 


Hardware i farm implement dealers 


291,762 


285,836 


— 


4,718 


1,208 


3.763 


79,017 


Heating & plumbing equipment dealers 


89,477 


81,365 


— 


7,640 


472 


2.148 


14.143 


Painl, glass, wall paper stores 


127,049 


125,145 


— 


1,572 


332 


5.679 


32.062 


Eleclrical supply stores 


21,905 


19,776 


- 


1,934 


195 


565 


4,203 


Eating and drinking places 

Hestaurants-caleleiias-lunch rooms 


2,390,860 


876,891 


1,493,123 


7,424 


13,422 


1.382 


42.566 


1,453,118 


162,807 


1,257,418 


5,875 


7,018 


1.059 


22.938 


Lunch counters, relreshment stands 


213,781 


40,578 


170,528 


724 


1,961 


106 


3,663 


Drinking places 


723,961 


663,506 


65,177 


825 


4,453 


217 


15,965 


Drug stores 

Drug stores wi th fountain 


1,232,593 


1,109,401 


120,852 


473 


1,867 


3.179 


272.190 


950,328 


827,681 


120,852 


376 


1,419 


1,847 


193,986 


Drug stores without fountain 


282,265 


281,720 


~ 


97 


448 


1,332 


78,204 


Other retail slorea 


2,947,127 


2,892,514 


8,077 


32,316 


14,220 


106,716 


459.774 


5,149 


4,584 


2 


556 


7 


116 


1.282 


Book stores 


67,007 


66,193 


203 


197 


414 


1.879 


17,949 


Cigar stores and cigar stands 


182,950 


174,798 


5,952 


461 


1,739 


1.726 


15.930 


Florists 


98,718 


96,274 


16 


198 


230 


1,443 


7.955 


Fuel and ice dealers 


859,018 


853,240 


83 


1,811 


3,884 


35,273 


61.296 


Gift, novelty, souvenir shops 


31,502 


31,125 


69 


213 


95 


196 


11.987 


Hay. gram, feed stores (wi Ihoul grocer les) 


317,390 


315,869 


40 


863 


618 


10,926 


28.501 


Hay. gram and feed stores (with gioceriei) 


29,277 


89,150 


30 


26 


69 


2,647 


2.614 


Farm and garden supply stores 


252,471 


249,867 


8 


1,666 


930 


9,276 


31,216 


Jewelry stores 


234,893 


218,540 


96 


14,053 


2,204 


1,251 


126,655 


Luggage stores 


16,230 


16,004 


— 


213 


13 


249 


5.130 


News dealers 


61,655 


60,245 


899 


21'3 


298 


1,061 


4.029 


Sporting goods slores 


35,315 


34,528 


119 


527 


141 


1,198 


10.845 


Beer S hquor stores (packaged) 


328,307 


327,668 


— 


62 


577 


32,977 


38,047 


Other classifications 


427,245 


418,429 


560 


11,255 


3,001 


8,294 


96.338 


Second-hand slores 


113,340 


107,608 


13 


1,543 


4.176 


3.631 


31,760 


Second-hand stores - clothing t shoe 


6,544 


6,405 


1 


117 


21 


32 


1,462 


Second-hand furniture 


21,961 


21,649 


1 


201 


110 


633 


4,596 


Second-hand tires, accessories i parts 


29,988 


29,253 


5 


674 


56 


1.706 


7.415 


Pawn shops 


20,489 


16,728 


— 


107 


3,654 


359 


10.356 


Second-hand slores other 


34,358 


33,573 


6 


444 


335 


901 


7.929 



Census o( Business 
















Retail Distribution: 1935 


TABLE 7-B— 


UNITED STATES SUMMARY 








ANALYSIS OF SALES AND VALUE OF STOCKS ON HAND. BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND STATES 






Toul 


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Sake to 


Stocks 
oe hand 




Meals 


Repun. 




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odwr 


end <4 year 

(at coat) 






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(ountaiji 
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MMiTcea 


ralailen 




(add 000) 


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(add 000) 


(add 000) 


(add 000) 


(add 000) 


TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 


•33.161.276 


t30.677,£S9 


tl, 762, 906 


♦871.217 


tl49.870 


tSS7,749 


•4,297.967 


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Coimaoticut 


2,721,911 


2,513,364 


162,746 


44,806 


10,995 


38,838 


308,741 


556,722 


516,710 


28,176 


8,722 


3,115 


7,097 


65,785 


Ualna 


232.599 


216,894 


9,866 


4,464 


1,386 


2,208 


32,839 


Uasaachusatts 


1,461,180 


1,340,152 


92,787 


23,693 


4,548 


22,646 


180,691 


Haw Empsblra 


152,583 


139,983 


8,932 


3,098 


670 


1,015 


18,601 


Rhode Island 


219,706 


206,368 


9,617 


2,763 


958 


4,286 


28,094 


Vamont 


99,121 


93,267 


3,380 


2,066 


418 


1,587 


15,731 


IUDDLK ATLftNTIC 
Hsw Xersa; 


8,460,917 


7,730,014 


672,283 


122,930 


35,690 


119,842 


1,091,739 


1,220,299 


1,145,252 


52,718 


16,661 


5,668 


13,015 


136,878 


New York 


4,749,708 


4^264, 129 


413,118 


64.369 


16,102 


61,310 


612, 2U 


FeonaylTaula 


2,490,910 


2,330,633 


106,447 


41,910 


U,920 


45,517 


342,983 


EAST NORTH COmM. 
lUlnolB 


7,170,686 


6,707,851 


311,576 


120,076 


31,083 


160,150 


•M,780 


2,173,069 


2,032,878 


96,248 


36.834 


8,109 


43,293 


tr3,S4« 


Indiana 


780,508 


729,994 


34,536 


13,032 


2,946 


12,180 


100,700 


Michigan 


1,388,236 


1,298,282 


57,439 


24,047 


8,468 


34,686 


168,319 


Ohio 


1,956,941 


1,817,178 


100.008 


31,410 


8,350 


43,879 


211,023 


Wlooonsln 


871,832 


889,624 


23.S45 


15.753 


3,210 


11,112 


U2,892 


VraST NORTH OBJTRAL 
Iowa 


3,521,954 


3,283,791 


154,496 


69,198 


14,469 


67,452 


517,994 


650,029 


607,473 


26.257 


13,326 


2,973 


15,967 


93,407 


Eanaas 


448,261 


418,533 


18,770 


9,578 


1,380 


5,404 


67,801 


Minnaaota 


820,010 


762,672 


36,809 


17.200 


3,429 


16,327 


112,322 


Uleaourl 


946,125 


881, UO 


44,983 


15,939 


4,093 


20,594 


131,967 


Nebraska 


359,757 


336,860 


14,623 


6,956 


1,318 


3,300 


69,673 


North Dakota 


150,208 


139,988 


6,323 


3,238 


659 


3,184 


26,638 


South Dakota 


147,564 


137,256 


6,731 


2,961 


617 


2,676 


27,686 


SOOTH ATLANTIC 
Delaware 


3,296,008 


3,078,714 


149,460 


62,996 


14,838 


33,245 


420,333 


76,877 


72,522 


2,714 


1,135 


506 


292 


9,780 


District of Ooluinbla 


330,813 


292,757 


29,559 


7,129 


1,368 


3,433 


29,099 


Florida 


425,807 


393,364 


23,802 


7,242 


1.399 


3,836 


55,927 


Georgia 


484,693 


453,522 


20,918 


7,077 


3,176 


4,240 


65,823 


Maryland 


462,874 


434,466 


18,705 


7,396 


2,307 


6,047 


52,481 


North Carolina 


463,219 


439,308 


15,085 


6.947 


1,879 


6,156 


66,668 


South Carolina 


248.206 


236,487 


7.478 


3.495 


746 


1,607 


27,202 


Virginia 


471,329 


442,298 


19,163 


7,736 


2,133 


3,357 


68,650 


West Tirginla 


332,190 


313,990 


12,036 


4,840 


1,324 


4,277 


44,813 


xt9T sonra cbitral 

Alabama 


1,386,429 


1,299,735 


57,286 


24,022 


5,386 


18,918 


197,152 


337,217 


318,236 


12,609 


4,757 


1,716 


3,297 


46,665 


ICsntuoky 


388,273 


362,744 


16,886 


7,291 


1,367 


6,201 


58,616 


lUaslssippi 


178.348 


169,274 


5,491 


2,979 


604 


2,139 


28,592 


Tennessee 


482. 586 


449,481 


22,400 


8,995 


1,710 


7,281 


63,579 


WET SOOTH OaiTRAL 
Arkansas 


2,309,174 


2,154,637 


102,849 


40,866 


10,823 


30,067 


334,604 


240,724 


227,766 


7,381 


4,369 


708 


4,646 


39,750 


I^uisiana 


344,393 


320,922 


16,323 


5,350 


1,798 


3,435 


47,416 


Oklahoma 


434,793 


406,759 


17,587 


7,682 


2,765 


9,927 


65,718 


Texaa 


1,289.264 


1,199.190 


61,558 


22,964 


6,552 


12,059 


181,628 


MODOTAIN 
Arizona 


1,100,728 


1,020,429 


51,763 


23,050 


5,486 


20,789 


153,637 


121,083 


110,965 


6,895 


2,688 


635 


2,706 


16,636 


Colorado 


302,559 


279.237 


15,088 


6.779 


1,455 


6,361 


40,569 


Idaho 


140,167 


130,479 


5,726 


3,195 


767 


3,161 


19,475 


Uontana 


189,457 


176.375 


8,309 


3,756 


1,017 


1.934 


29,336 


Nerada 


43,932 


39.750 


3,203 


724 


255 


329 


5,682 


New Uexico 


88,751 


83,584 


3,186 


1,679 


302 


1.450 


14,639 


Utah 


132,098 


123,162 


5,563 


2,706 


667 


3,453 


16,038 


Wyoming 


82,681 


76,877 


3.793 


1,623 


388 


1,385 


12,413 


PACIFIC 


3,193,569 


2,888,748 


210,447 


73,274 


21,100 


58,448 


417,077 


California 


2,329,009 


2,096,521 


162,004 


54,337 


16,147 


43.486 


299,646 


Oregon 


335,851 


306,086 


20,445 


7,733 


1,688 


4,9U 


4«,9TS 


Waahlngton 


528,709 


486,142 


27,998 


U,204 


3,365 


10,060 


70,464 



CONFIDENTIAL GOVERNMENT REPORT 

Section 8 of the Act creating the Department of Commerce and Labor, approved February 14, 1903, provides that: " The 
Secretary of Commerce shall from time to time make such special investigations and reports * » * which he himself 
may deem necessary and urgent." Acting upon this authority, I have authorized and instructed the Director of the Census 
to take a Census of Business covering the calendar year 1935. We ask for the cooperation and assistance of the business 
men of the United States in this undertaking and assure them that their individual reports will be held absolutely confidential. 
Only sworn employees of the Bureau of the Census will be permitted to examine your report, and no information will be given 
to any person, whether in Government service or private life, which would disclose, exactly or approximately, any of the facts 
or figures in your report. The information will be used for statistical purposes only. 

DANIEL C. ROPER, Secretary of Commerce. 



Form 40 

CENSUS OF BUSINESS 

Fedeial Works Project 



SERVICE AND AMUSEMENT 
SCHEDULE 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

WASHINGTON 



CENSUS OF BUSINESS : 1935 



SUPERVISOB'S DISTRICT 

No 

State 

ENUMERATION DISTRICT 

No 

County 

co^ 

No.. 



A Mparate report should be prepared for each service establishment (including personal serrice, business senrlce, and mechanical repair aerrice) or place of amuse- 
ment. Combined reports for two or more establishments, eren though under the same management or ownership, cannot be accepted on this form. 

The report shunld corer, if possible, the full year's operation for the calendar year 1935, eren if ownership has changed during the year. If morec«nTenient,a 
Iwelye-month period ending within a month before or after December 31, 1935. may be corered. 



1. DESCRIPTION OF ESTABLISHMENT: 
o. Name op establishment 



b. Name of owner Race (not for corporaiions) 

(White, Negro, Oriental, other) 



State -- County 

Name of city, town, or village .... 



Township 



c. Location of 
ESTABLISHMENT | Street and number 

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

named above? (Yes or No) 

d. Address (home office or business address) of owner 

n Individual proprietorship D Corporation 

n Partnership IH Other (specify) 

/. Was this establishment operating during ant part op 1933? (Yes or No) 

g. Number of service or amusement establishments owned bt this organization anywhere in the 
Continental United States (including the establishment covered in this report) 



e. Legal form op organization 
(Place checkmark in proper square) 



(CODE— Do 

not nse) 



2. KIND OF BUSINESS: 



o. Kind of business - — 

(Qive the u^ual name or designatioa for the kind of business from which the major part of the operating receipts is derived) 

EXAMPLES. — Barber shop; beauty parlor; photographic studio; shoe repair shop; employment agency; radio repair shop; watch, 
clock, and Jewelry repair shop; automobile rental serrice; storage garage; motion-picture theater; motion-picture 
and vaoderille theater; legitimate theater; billiard parlor; bowling alley; swimming pool; etc 



6.... 
7.... 



6. List other business activities (in addition to that specified under Sa) conducted by the owner from this establishment. 



3. TOTAL OPERATING RECEIPTS: 



a. Receipts for services.. - $ 

(Such as hair cutting, shoe repairs, storage, mechanical repairs, window cleaning, etc.) 

h. Receipts from amusements or for the use of other recreational facilities (admissions, fees, 
other charges) 

c. Receipts from sale of merchandise including receipts from sale of meals and from foun- 

tain (deduct returned goods and allowances) $ 

d. Receipts from other sources (specify sources) : 



Total Operating Receipts (sum of a, b, c, and rf)_ 



I- _.- 

i _...- 


Key 

E-1 

E-2 

E-3 

E-4 

/A-l 
\E-6 




! 







OPERATING EXPENSES (not including cost of merchandise) : 

a. Total pay roll for the year 1935 for f ull-tirae and part-time employees (saZon'es, wages, bonioses, 

and commissions) _ ___ 

(Do not include proprietor's or partners' compensation, but Include tbat o{ officers of corporations) 

b. All other operating expenses (rent, interest, traveling expenses, advertising, overhead, and all other 

operating expenses except payroll) $ 

c. Total Operating Expenses (a pins 6)_ § 





Key 




A-2 

1e-6 


5.. . .. 







d. How much of the total pay roll (a, above) was paid to part- time employees? $. 

«. Total rent for 1935 - -- $. 

(Answer question • only if establisliment is located in rented premises) 

1. Was any part of the premises subleased, used for living quarters, or for 
other purposes not connected witli the business reported on this 

form? (Yes or No) _ 



A-8 

E-7 



5. PROPRIETORS AND FIRM MEMBERS (does not apply to corporations) : 

a. Total number of proprietors and firm members (including those reported under Bb below). 



b. Number of proprietors and firm members devoting major portion of their time to the business... 

c. Number of members of families of proprietors or firm members who are regularly working, 

full-time or part-time, in the business but to whom no stated salary is paid: 



1. 18 years of age or over. 

2. Under 18 years of age... 





Key 




B-2 




fA-4 
\B-3 

B-4 






B-5 



C. PAID EMPLOYEES AND PAY ROLLS: 

CDo not include in this inquiry persons reported in inquiry 6, above) 



a. Executives and salaried corporation officers 

b. Office and clerical employees (not including selling 

employees) 



c. Operative employees 

d. Other employees _ 

e. Total (sum of a, b, c, and d). 



C-1 

C-2 
C-3 
C-4 

C-5 



EMPLOYMENT AND PAY ROLL DATA FOR FULUTIME AND PART- 
TIME EMPLOYEES FOR ONE WEEK ONLY 

(Give figures for week ending Oct. 26, 1935. For highly seasonal businesses, 
report instead one week of normal employment during active season) 

Week covered: From , 1935, to __., 193! 



Pay roll for the week 
for full-time employ- 
ees (salaries, wages, 
bonuses, and com- 
missions) 



Field 2 



Number of 

paid part-time 

employees 

during the 

week 



Fields 



Pay roll for the week 
, for part-time employ- 
ees (saiarits, wages 
bonuses, and com- 
missioTts) 



Field 4 



/. How many of the total number of employees shown above (full-time and part-time com- J Males 

bined) are [Females 

g. How many of the total number of employees shown above (full-time and part-time combined) are Negroes? 

h. Total number of paid employees (full-time and part-time combined) working during the pay period ending nearest the 15th 
of each month of 1935: 



Key 1 


B 


-6 


B 


-7 


B 


-8 



Month, 1935 


NUUBEK 


Key 


Month, 1935 


Ndmbek 


Key 


Month, 1935 


NUMBKE 


Key 






D-1 






D-1 


September. 




D-2 


Jauuarv 


1 

2 

3 

4 


5 

6 

D-2 


3 


February.... 










4 






July 










March 


1 

2 


5 














6 














(Do not nse) 




fA-5 
1d(2)-7 



Remarks: 



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



(Signature and official title of person furnishing the information) 



(Signature of enumerator) 



(Date of signature) 



-, 1936. 



^"^■■^ 



>yhdt 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

William L. Austin. Director 



CENSUS OF BUSINESS: 1935 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS 



VOLUME II 



STATISTICS FOR STATES, COUNTIES, AND CITIES 




JANUARY, 1937 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



Daniel C. Roper, Secretary 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

William L. Austin, Director 



CENSUS OF BUSINESS 

Fred A. Gosnell, Chief Statistician 
William A. Ruff, Assistant 



This is one of a series of reports on service establishments 
presenting the findings of the 1935 Census of Business. The statistics 
are based on information collected in 1936 in a field canvass, with 
funds provided by the Works Progress Administration. 

Number of service establishments, total receipts, number of active 
proprietors, average number of employees for the year, and annual pay roll 
are presented by States, counties, and cities and places of 2,500 or more 
inhabitants. Table 1 presents data by States for detailed kind of 
business classifications. Table 2 presents by States totals for counties, 
cities and places of 2,500 or more inhabitants, and remainders of 
counties. Table 3 presents information for each city of 25,000 or more 
inhabitants for as many kinds of business classifications as justify 
separate treatment and as can be shown without disclosing the operations 
of individual establishments. The arrangement of cities in Table 3 is 
alphabetical within each State. 

Reports on service establishments are prepared by Ralph C. Janoschka, Chief of the 
Service Division, assisted by Albert A. Eisenstat. 






SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

Volume II 

Statistics for States, Counties and Cities 

CONTENTS 



SECTION ONE 



TEXT 



General Explanations: 
Scope of the Census 
Area and period covered 
Explanation of Terms 
Definitions of Classifications: 
Personal services 
Business services 
Repair services and custom industries: 

Automotive repairs and services (excluding 

general repair garages) 
Other repair services (except apparel and shoes) 
Custom industries 
Miscellaneous services 
Map - Concentration of business of Service Establishments: 

TABLES 



1935 



Table 1 - United States Summaries - Establishments, receipts, 
personnel, and pay rolls 

By kinds of business 

By geographic divisions and States 

Table 1 - Establishments, receipts, personnel, and pay rolls, 
by kinds of business, for States of 



Page 

i 

i 

iv 

v 

vii 

vii 

X 

xiii 
xiii 

XV 

xviii 

xxi 

xxii 



Page 



Page 



Page 



Page 



Alabama 


4 


Indiana 


16 


Nebraska 


29 


South Carolina 


42 


Arizona 


5 


Iowa 


17 


Nevada 


30 


South Dakota 


43 


Arkansas 


6 


Kansas 


18 


New Hampshire 


31 


Tennessee 


44 


California 


7 


Kentucky 


19 


New Jersey 


32 


Texas 


45 


Colorado 


8 


Louisiana 


20 


New Mexico 


33 


Utah 


46 


Connecticut 


9 


Maine 


21 


New York 


34 


Vermont 


47 


Delaware 


10 


Maryland 


22 


North Carolina 


35 


Virginia 


48 


District of 




Massachusetts 


23 


North Dakota 


36 


Washington 


49 


Columbia 


11 


Michigan 


24 


Ohio 


37 


West Virginia 


50 


Florida 


12 


Minnesota 


25 


Oklahoma 


38 


Wisconsin 


51 


Georgia 


13 


Mississippi 


26 


Oregon 


39 


Wyoming 


52 


Idaho 


14 


Missouri 


27 


Pennsylvania 


40 






Illinois 


15 


Montana 


28 


Rhode Island 


41 







SECTION TWO 



Estimated population by States, July 1, 1930 to July 1, 1936 



54 



Table 2 



Establishments, receipts, personnel, and pay roll, 

for counties and cities of 2,500 or more inhabitants, 
for States of 



Page 



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Page 



Page 



Alabama 


55 


Iowa 


72 


Nebraska 


89 


Rhode Island 


107 


Arizona 


56 


Kansas 


74 


Nevada 


91 


South Carolina 


107 


Arkansas 


56 


Kentucky 


76 


New Hampshire 


91 


South Dakota 


108 


California 


58 


Louisiana 


78 


New Jersey 


92 


Tennessee 


109 


Colorado 


60 


Maine 


79 


New Mexico 


93 


Texas 


111 


Connecticut 


61 


Maryland 


80 


New York 


94 


Utah 


115 


Delaware 


62 


Massachusetts 


80 


North Carolina 


96 


Vermont 


116 


Florida 


62 


Michigan 


82 


North Dakota 


98 


Virginia 


116 


Georgia 


63 


Minnesota 


84 


Ohio 


99 


Washington 


118 


Idaho 


66 


Mississippi 


85 


Oklahoma 


101 


West Virginia 


118 


Illinois 


67 


Missouri 


87 


Oregon 


103 


Wisconsin 


120 


Indiana 


70 


Montana 


89 


Pennsylvania 


104 


Wyoming 


121 



Table 3 



Establishments, receipts, personnel, and pay roll, 
by kinds of business, for cities of 25,000 or 
more inhabitants 



Page 



Page 



Akron, Ohio 


180 


Alameda, Calif. 


124 


Albany, N. Y. 


170 


Albuquerque. N. Mex. 


169 


Alhambra, Calif. 


124 


Aliquippa, Pa. 


188 


Allentown, Pa. 


188 


Alton, 111. 


137 


Altoona, Pa. 


188 


Amarillo, Tex. 


198 


Amsterdam, N. Y. 


170 


Anderson, Ind. 


141 


Ann Arbor, Mich. 


156 


Appleton, Wis. 


208 


Arlington, Mass. 


150 


Asheville, N. C. 


178 


Ashland, Ky. 


147 


Atlanta, Ga. 


135 


Atlantic City, N. J. 


165 


Auburn, N. Y. 


170 


Augusta, Ga. 


135 


Aurora. 111. 


137 


Austin, Tex. 


198 


Bakersfield, Calif. 


124 


Baltimore, Md. 


149 


Bangor, Me. 


148 


Baton Rouge, La. 


148 


Battle Creek. Mich. 


156 



Bay City, Mich. 
Bayonne , N. J. 
Beaumont, Tex. 
Belleville, 111. 
Belleville, N. J. 
Bell Ingham, Wash. 
Berkeley, Calif. 
Berwyn, 111. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
Beverly, Mass. 
Binghamton, N. Y. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Bloomfield, N. J. 
Bloomington, 111. 
Boston, Mass. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
Bristol, Conn. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Brookline, Mass. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Burlington, Iowa 
Butte, Mont. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Camden, N. J. 
Canton, Ohio 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 
Central Falls, R. I 
Charleston, S. C. 



156 


Charleston, W. Va. 


206 


165 


Charlotte, N. C. 


178 


198 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


196 


137 


Chelsea, Mass. 


151 


165 


Chester, Pa. 


188 


205 


Chicago, 111. 


137 


124 


Chicopee, Mass. 


151 


137 


Cicero, 111. 


138, 


188 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


180' 


150 


Clarksburg, W. Va. 


206 


170 


Cleveland, Ohio 


181 


122 


Cleveland Heights, Ohio 


181 


165 


Clifton, N. J. 


165 


137 


Clinton, Iowa 


144 


150 


Colorado Springs, Colo. 


129 


130 


Columbia, S. C. 


195 


130 


Columbus, Ga. 


135 


150 


Columbus, Ohio 


181 


150 


Concord, N. H. 


164 


170 


Corpus Christi, Tex. 


19E 


144 


Council Bluffs, Iowa 


144 


163 


Covington, Ky. 


147 


150 


Cranston, R. I. 


194 


165 


Cumberland, Md. 


149 


180 


Dallas, Tex. 


196 


144 


Davenport. Iowa 


144 


194 


Danville, 111. 


136 


195 


Dayton, Ohio 


162 



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Deartorn, Mich. 


156 


Decatur, 111. 


138 


Denver, Colo. 


129 


Des Moines, Iowa 


144 


Detroit, Mich. 


156 


Dubuque, Iowa 


145 


Duluth, Minn. 


159 


Durham, N. C. 


178 


East Chicago, Ind. 


141 


East Cleveland, Ohio 


182 


Easton, Pa. 


188 


East Orange, N. J. 


166 


East Providence, R. I. 


194 


East St. Louis, 111. 


138 


Eau Claire, Wis. 


208 


Elgin, 111. 


138 


Elizabeth, N. J. 


166 


Elkhart, Ind. 


141 


Elmira, N. Y. 


171 


El Paso, Tex. 


199 


Elyria, Ohio 


182 


Enid, Okla. 


186 


Erie, Pa. 


189 


Evanston, 111. 


138 


Evansville, Ind. 


141 


Everett, Mass. 


151 


Everett, Wash. 


205 


Fall River, Mass. 


151 


Fargo, N. D. 


179 


Fitchburg, Mass. 


151 


Flint, Mich. 


156 


Fond du Lac, Wis. 


208 


Fort Smith, Ark. 


123 


Fort Wayne, Ind. 


141 


Fort Worth, Tex. 


199 


Fresno, Calif. 


124 


Galesburg, 111. 


138 


Galveston, Tex. 


199 


Garfield, N. J. 


166 


Gary, Ind. 


142 


Glendale, Calif. 


124 


Grand Rapids, Mich. 


157 


Granite City, 111 . 


138 


Great Falls, Mont. 


163 


Green Bay, Wis. 


208 


Greensboro, N. C. 


178 


Greenville, S. C. 


195 


Hagerstown, Md. 


149 


Hamilton, Ohio 


182 


Hammond, Ind. 


142 


Hamtramck, Mich. 


157 


Harrisburg, Pa. 


189 


Hartford, Conn. 


130 


Haverhill, Mass. 


151 


Hazleton, Pa. 


189 


Highland Park, Mich. 


157 



High Point, N. C. 
Hoboken, N. J. 
Holyoke, Mass. 
Houston, Tex. 
Huntington, W. Va. 
Hutchinson, Kans . 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Irvington, N. J. 
Jackson, Mich. 
Jackson, Miss. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Jamestown, N. Y. 
Jersey City, N. Y. 
Johnson City, Tenn. 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Joliet, 111. 
Joplin, Mo. 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Kansas City, Kans. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Kearny, N. J. 
Kenosha, Wis. 
Kingston, N. Y. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
Kokomo, Ind. 
La Crosse, Wis. 
Lafayette, Ind. 
Lakewood, Ohio 
Lancaster, Pa. 
Lansing, Mich. 
Laredo, Tex. 
Lawrence, Mass. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Lewiston, Me. 
Lexington, Ky. 
Lima, Ohio 
Lincoln. Neb. 
Little Rock, Ark. 
Long Beach, Calif. 
Lorain, Ohio 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Lynchburg, Va. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Macon, Ga. 
Madison, Wis. 
Maiden, Mass. 
Manchester, N. H. 
Mansfield, Ohio 
Marion, Ohio 
Massillon, Ohio 
Maywood, 111. 
McKeesport, Pa. 
Medford, Mass. 
Memphis, Tenn. 



178 
166 
151 
200 
206 
146 
142 
166 
157 
160 
133 
171 
167 
196 
189 
138 
161 
157 
146 
161 
167 
208 
171 
196 
142 
208 
142 
182 
190 
158 
200 
152 
190 
149 
147 
183 
163 
123 
125 
183 
125 
147 
152 
203 
152 
135 
208 
152 
164 
183 
183 
183 
139 
190 
153 
196 



Meriden, Conn. 130 

Meridian, Miss. 160 

Miami, Fla. 133 

Michigan City, Ind. 142 

Middletown, Ohio 183 

Milwaukee, Wis. 209 

Minneapolis, Minn. 159 

Mishawaka, Ind. 143 

Mobile, Ala. 122 

Moline, 111. 139 

Monroe, La. 148 

Montclair, N. J. 167 

Montgomery, Ala. 122 

Mount Vernon, N. Y. 171 

Muncie, Ind. 143 

Muskegon, Mich. 158 

Muskogee, Okla. 186 

Nanticoke. Pa. 190 

Nashua, N. H. 164 

Nashville, Tenn. 197 

New Albany, Ind. 143 

Newark, N. J. 167 

Newark, Ohio 183 

New Bedford, Mass. 153 

New Britain, Conn. 130 

New Brunswick, N. J. 168 

Newburgh, N. Y. 171 

New Castle, Pa. 190 

New Haven, Conn. 131 

New London, Conn. 131 

New Orleans, La. 148 

Newport, Ky. 147 

Newport, R. I. 194 

Newport News, Va. 203 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 172 

Newton, Mass. 153 

New York, N. Y.. 172 

Bronx Borough 172 

Brooklyn Borough 173 

Manhattan Borough 173 

Queens Borough 174 

Richmond Borough 174 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 174 

Norfolk, Va. 203 

Norristown, Pa. 190 

Norwalk, Conn. 131 

Norwood, Ohio 183 

Oakland, Calif. 126 

Oak Park, 111. 139 

Ogden, Utah 202 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 186 

Omaha, Neb. 163 

Orange, N. J. 168 

Orlando, Fla. 134 

Oshkosh, Wis. 209 

Ottumwa, Iowa 145 



Paducah, Ky. 
Parkersburg, W. Va . 
Pasadena, Calif. 
Passaic, N. J. 
Paterson, N. J. 
Pawtucket. R. I. 
Pensacola, Fla. 
Peoria, 111. 
Perth AmlDoy, N. J. 
Petersburg, Va. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Phoenix, Ariz. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 
Plainfield, N. J. 
Pontiac, Mich. 
Port Arthur, Tex. 
Port Huron, Mich. 
Portland, Me. 
Portland, Ore. 
Portsmouth, Ohio 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Poughkeepsie , N. Y. 
Providence, R. I. 
Pueblo, Colo. 
Quincy, 111. 
Quincy, Mass. 
Racine, Wis. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Reading, Pa. 
Revere, Mass. 
Richmond, Ind. 
Richmond, Va. 
Riverside, Calif. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Rochester. N. Y. 
Rockford, 111. 
Rock Island, 111. 
Rome, N- Y. 
Sacramento, Calif. 
Saginaw, Mich. 



147 


St. Joseph, Mo. 


161 


Terre Haute, Ind. 


143 


207 


St. Louis, Mo. 


161 


Texarkana, Ark. & Tex. 


201 


126 


St. Paul, Minn. 


159 


Toledo, Ohio 


184 


168 


St. Petersburg, Fla. 


134 


Topeka, Kans . 


146 


168 


Salem, Mass. 


154 


Torrington, Conn. 


131 


194 


Salem, Ore. 


187 


Trenton, N. J. 


169 


134 


Salt Lake City, Utah 


202 


Troy, N. Y. 


176 


139 


San Angelo, Tex. 


200 


Tucson, Ariz. 


122 


168 


San Antonio, Tex. 


200 


Tulsa, Okla. 


186 


203 


San Bernardino, Calif. 


127 


Union City, N. J. 


169 


190 


San Diego, Calif. 


127 


University City, Mo. 


162 


122 


San Francisco, Calif. 


127 


Utica, N. Y. 


176 


191 


San Jose, Calif. 


128 


Waco, Tex. 


201 


153 


Santa Ana, Calif. 


128 


Waltham, Mass. 


154 


168 


Santa Barbara, Calif. 


128 


Warren, Ohio 


184 


158 


Santa Monica, Calif. 


128 


Washington, D. C. 


U 


200 


Savannah, Ga. 


136 


Waterbury, Conn. 


131 


158 


Schenectady, N. Y. 


175 


Waterloo, Iowa 


145 


149 


Scranton, Pa. 


192 


Watsrtown, Mass. 


154 


187 


Seattle, Wash. 


205 


Water town, N. Y. 


176 


183 


Sharon, Pa. 


192 


Waukegan, 111. 


140 


203 


Sheboygan, Wis. 


209 


West Allis, Wis. 


209 


175 


Shreveport, La. 


148 


West New York, N. J. 


169 


194 


Sioux City, Iowa 


145 


West Palm Beach, Fla. 


134 


129 


Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 


195 


Wheeling, W. Va. 


207 


139 


Somerville, Mass. 


154 


White Plains, N. Y. 


177 


153 


South Bend, Ind. 


143 


Wichita, Kans. 


146 


209 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


195 


Wichita Falls, Tex. 


201 


178 


Spokane, Wash. 


205 


Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 


192 


191 


Springfield, 111. 


140 


Wilkinsburg, Pa. 


192 


154 


Springfield, Mass. 


154 


Williamsport, Pa. 


192 


143 


Springfield, Mo. 


162 


Wilmington, Del. 


133 


203 


Springfield, Ohio 


183 


Wilmington, N. C. 


178 


126 


Stamford, Conn. 


131 


Winston-Salem, N. C. 


178 


204 


Steubenville , Ohio 


184 


Woonsocket, R. I. 


194 


175 


Stockton, Calif. 


128 


Worcester, Mass. 


155 


139 


Superior, Wis. 


209 


Wyandotte, Mich. 


158 


140 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


175 


Yonkers, N. Y. 


177 


175 


Tacoma, Wash. 


206 


York, Pa. 


193 


126 


Tampa, Fla. 


134 


Youngstown, Ohio 


184 


158 


Taunton, Mass. 


154 


Zanesville, Ohio 


185 



Vol. 11 - Page i 
SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 



GENERAL EXPLANATIONS 



SCOPE OF THE CENSUS . The Census was taken by enumerators who visited each 

business establishment. A separate report was secured for each place of business, 
even though two or more establishments were under the same ownership. The Census 
includes only businesses which could be readily identified by the enumerators and 
does not include businesses conducted from the residence of the proprietor with- 
out a sign or other means of identification. 

For the purpose of the 1935 Census, service establishments are classified into 
four major groups: Personal Service Establishments, such as barber shops, beauty 
parlors, photographic studios, etc.; Business Service Establishments, such as bill- 
board advertising businesses, dental laboratories, employment agencies, sign paint- 
ing shops, and other establishments rendering a service to business; Repair Services 
and Custom Industries which are subdivided into three groups: (1) Automotive Re- 
pairs and Services (excluding general repair garages which are included in the 
Retail Census) such as automobile paint shops, automobile top and body repair shops, 
battery and ignition repair shops, tire repair shops, and automobile laundries, 
(2) Other Repair Services such as blacksmith shops, radio repair shops, and watch, 
clock, and jewelry repair shops, and (3) Custom Industries, such as cabinetmaking 
shops, grist mills, printing and publishing shops, and other custom industries and 
small manufacturing establishments not covered by the Census of Manufactures, since 
the value of product of each establishment is less than the minimum necessary to 
classify the place of business as a manufacturing plant. The Miscellaneous Services 
classification includes commercial mounting and finishing establishments, typewriter 
rental shops, livery stables, and other establishments which could not properly be 
classified in any of the three above mentioned groups. Definitions of all classi- 
fications presented in the following tables may be found on Pages vii to xxi of this 
report. Aside from the kind of business classifications for which data are pre- 
sented, more than three thousand kinds of business were canvassed, the figures for 
which are included in the "Other Service" groups. The classifications shown separ- 
ately represent the more important kind of business groups, as measured by volume 
of receipts and number of establishments. 

Banks and other financial institutions, real estate agencies, insurance com- 
panies, construction companies, certain types of transportation agencies, and trade 
associations, are not included in the Service tabulations but are being covered in 
other phases of the present Census of Business. The 1935 Census of Business does 
not include doctors, lawyers, or dentists; power laundries or cleaning and dyeing 
plants; religious or charitable institutions; hospitals or sanitariums; public 
utilities; educational institutions; or government-operated enterprises — all of which 
were omitted from the Census because they are being adequately covered by other sta- 
tistical series, or because of the virtual impossibility of securing accurate data 
regarding their activities. 

As in the 1933 Census, restaurants, dairies, general repair garages, and small 
bakeries and ice cream manufacturers, whose value of product for the year is less 
than $5,000 and who sell primarily to the consumer, are included in the Census of 
Retail Trade. 



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Following is a list of kinds of businesses which were included in the Census 
of Service Establishments for 1933 but which have been included in other phases 
of the 1935 Census of Business as indicated. 

Advertising agencies. (Covered as a separate phase of the Business Census.) 

Aviation field service. (Transferred to the Transportation phase of the 
1935 Business Census.) 

Broadcasting stations. (Covered as a separate phase of the Business 
Census. ) 

Cartage and trucking establishments. (Included in reports for the Trans- 
portation Census.) 

Delivery service. (Included in reports for the Transportation Census.) 

Electrical repair shops. (Shops primarily engaged in electric wiring 
and fixture installation, were transferred to the Construction 
Census, while those engaged primarily in appliance repairs are re- 
tained in the Census of Service Establishments.) 

Elevator service (repair). (Included in reports for the Construction 
Census. ) 

Plant-owned laundry and dry-cleaning collecting and distributing 

agencies. (Are included in the reports for the plants made in con- 
nection with the 1935 Census of Manufactures. In the 1933 Census, 
such agencies were included in the Service Census.) 

Plumbing and heating repair shops. (Included in reports for the Con- 
struction Census.) 

Storage warehouses. (Included in reports for the Transportation Census.) 

Tinsmith and roofing shops. (Shops not engaged in construction work are 

retained in the Service Census, except those shops reporting in connec- 
tion with the Manufactures Census - see Definitions of Classifications. 
Shops doing construction work were transferred to the Construction 
phase of the present Census.) 

Tourist camps. (Covered in a separate report of the Business Census.) 

The following table presents United States totals for 1933 for the above kinds 
of business, insofar as they are available. 

STATISTICS FOR 1933 FOR KINDS OF BUSINESS INCLUDED IN THE SERVICE PHASE 
OF THE 1933 CENSUS BUT INCLUDED IN OTHER PHASES OF THE CENSUS OF BUSINESS FOR 1935 



Number 




Number 


Average 


Total 


of 


Receipts 


of pro- 


Number 


Pay Roll 


Estab- 




prietors 


of 




lishments 


(add 000) 




Employees 


(add 000) 


23,102 


$174,875 


25,196 


59,769 


$57,301 


1,095 


166,265 


822 


9,586 


22,477 


2,517 


72,085 


1,968 


24,137 


24,415 


374 


55,140 


184 


7,543 


13,292 


6,608 


27,217 


7,419 


8,128 


6,289 


577 


8,550 


583 


4,966 


4,130 


5,846 


8,483 


7,921 


2 , 490 


1,157 


141 


1,546 


145 


529 


644 



Cartage and trucking establishments 

Advertising agencies 

Storage warehouses 

Broadcasting stations 

Plumbing and heating repair shops 

Delivery service 

Tourist camps 

Elevator service (repair) 



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A number of kinds of business ar-e included in the 1935 Census of Service 
Establishments which were not covered by the 1933 Census. More important among 
such additions are the following kinds of business, the 1935 United States totals 
for which are presented below. 



STATISTICS FOR 1935 FOR KINDS OF BUSINESS NOT INCLUDED 
IN THE CENSUS OF AMERICAN BUSINESS FOR 1933 



Number Number Average Total 

of Receipts of Pro- Number Pay Roll 

Estab- prietors of 

lishments (add 000) Employees (add 000) 



Printing and publishing shops 12,640 $31,891 13,004 10,259 $6,271 

(Less than $5,000 value 
of product) 
Saw mills and planing mills 9,129 14,163 10,319 15,745 4,264 

(Less than $5,000 value 
of product) 
Molasses, sorghum, and 

syrup mills 1,708 398 1,765 257 50 

Cider mills and presses 404 264 451 ■ 97 41 

Other industries 17,071 48,603 16,814 20,870 13,102 

(Less than $5,000 value 
of product) 
Cotton compresses 155 9,175 9 5,150 3,627 

Transportation terminals 188 8,326 79 2,659 3,148 

(independently operated) 

In view of these important changes in scope, comparisons of 1935 aggregates 
with 1933 aggregates are not recommended. (Detailed descriptions of changes in 
scope of the kinds of business classifications for which data are presented, are in- 
cluded in the "Definitions of Classifications" following.) However, the majority 
of kinds of business were canvassed on bases comparable with those of the 1933 Cen- 
sus and comparisons for most kinds of business are, therefore, significant. Places 
of amusement, such as theatres, amusement parks, dance halls, etc., and hotels and 
tourist camps, will be covered in a separate series of reports. 

In drawing definite conclusions from the details of the accompanying tables, 
it should be borne in mind that irregularities and deficiencies in coverage are 
more pronounced in certain classifications than in others. Such irregularities and 
deficiencies in coverage are noted in detail in "Definitions of Classifications". 
Likewise, the current Census has been affected by incomplete coverage in some areas, 
occasioned by the fact that it was impossible to secure reports from a' small number 
of establishments, due to the absence of legislation which, during regular census 
years, makes reporting mandatory. 



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AREA AND PERIOD COVERED . The canvass covering the forty-eight States and the 

Distri^ToFcoU^i^Jbi^ was conducted in the first eight months of 1936. The activities 
of establishments for the calendar year 1935 were reported. Seasonal establishments 
and new enterprises reported for that part of the year during which they were m 
active operation. 



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EXPLANATION OF TERMS 



ESTABLISHMENTS . Only recognized places of business are considered establish- 
ments. A place of business to be classified as a service establishment must have 
been primarily engaged in providing service — that is, fifty per cent or more of the 
revenue of the establishment must have been derived from the sale of service. If 
more than fifty per cent of the total operating revenue of the establishment repre- 
sented receipts from the sale of merchandise, such establishment was included in 
the Census of Retail Trade. Each unit of a chain is considered a separate estab- 
lishment. Service concessions, operated independently in connection with other busi- 
nesses, are classified as separate establishments. An individual's residence was 
considered a place of business if a sign indicated that the occupant was engaged in 
a service business. Reports for businesses showing total receipts of less than $100 
for the year, of which approximately sixteen thousand were received, are not con- 
sidered establishments for purpose of this Census, and are, therefore, not included 
in the Service tabulations. 

KIND OF BUSINESS . Ordinarily, the classification of an establishment was de- 
termined by the kind of business designation as reported. If, however, the report 
for an establishment disclosed that the preponderance of receipts was from an activ- 
ity other than that designated, the place of business was classified according to 
the kind of business from which the major portion of the receipts were derived. An 
example is the establishment, reported as a storage garage, but showing receipts 
from sale of gasoline and oil in excess of receipts from automobile storage. Such 
place of business, regardless of its designation as a service establishment, was 
classified as a filling station and included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

RECEIPTS . Receipts represent total revenue of the establishment less refunds 

for returned merchandise and allowances. Receipts were reported in answer to the 
following inquiries: 

a. Receipts for services (Such as hair cutting, shoe repairs, storage, 

mechanical repairs, window cleaning, etc.) 

b. Receipts from amusements or for the use of other recreational facilities 

(admissions, fees, other charges) 

c. Receipts from sale of merchandise including receipts from sale of meals 

and from fountain (deduct returned goods and allowances) 

d. Receipts from other sources (Specify sources) 

e. Total operating receipts (sum of a, b, c, and d) 

In all cases, where receipt figures are given in the following tables, they represent 
the total of amounts reported under item e, "Total operating receipts (sum of a, b, c, 
and d)". 

A subsequent report on Service Establishments will contain data analyzing receiptf 
as classified above. Final Retail Trade reports will show receipts for services for 
such kinds of business as render service in addition to their retailing activities. 

PROPRIETORS . Only those proprietors and firm members devoting the major por- 
tion of their time to the business are included. Adult members of the families of 



Vol. II - Page vi 

proprietors who were actively employed in, and who devoted the major portion of their 
time to the business, are not included as proprietors unless they actually owned an 
interest in the business. Those members of a family (not proprietors) receiving a 
stated wage were considered employees. The inquiry on proprietorship does not, of 
course, apply to incorporated businesses. 

EMPLOYEES . The average number of employees working during the pay period end- 
ing nearest the fifteenth of the month was reported for each of the twelve months of 
1935. The average number of employees for the year (full-time and part-time combined) 
represents a total of the reported employment for these twelve months, divided by 
twelve. In drawing conclusions concerning part-time compensation, it should be remem- 
bered that part-time employment for the individual employees may vary from one hour a 
week to any part of a week which would not normally constitute full-time employment. 
Employees include salaried officers of corporations, other executives, office and 
clerical employees, salesmen, operatives, etc. 

FULL -TIME EMPLOYEES . Persons regularly engaged for work for four or more hours 

per day or for more than three full days per week. Employees working on a full-time 
basis in seasonal establishments are considered as full-time employees. 

PART-TIME EMPLOYEES . Persons employed less than four hours a day or for less 

than three full days per week. 

PAY ROLL. Total pay roll represents the salaries, wages, bonuses, and commis- 
sions, paid full-time and part-time employees (including executives and salaried cor- 
poration officers) during the year. It does not include compensation of proprietors 
and firm members. 



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DEFINITIONS OF CLASSIFICATIONS 



PERSONAL SERVICES 



BARBER SHOPS . This classification includes all barber shops with the ex- 
ception of those operated as a part of another business, such as a retail store 
or hotel. Barber shop concessions (operated independently) in other establish- 
ments are included in this classification. Barber colleges and barber shop con- 
cessions on trains and steamships are not included in the Census. The receipts 
reported include revenue from other services rendered in barber shops, such as 
shoe shining and manicuring, as well as receipts from the sale of small quanti- 
ties of merchandise. Employees in these establishments include those engaged on 
a straight salary, and those working on a percentage or commission basis. The 
barber shop operating a beauty parlor as part of the same establishment, is 
covered by the Barber and Beauty Shop classification. 

BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS ■ Places of business which operate beauty parlors in 

combination with barber shops are included in this classification. As in the case 
of both the barber shop and the beauty parlor, receipts in some cases include 
revenue from other sources, mainly from the sale of small quantities of merchan- 
dise, principally cosmetics. Likewise, employees in these establishments include 
those working on a commission basis as well as those engaged on a straight salary. 

BATHS AND MASSEURS' ESTABLISHMENTS (Turkish, etc.). Turkish and other health 

baths operated as distinct establishments are included in this classification. 
Because many of these establishments are operated as concessions or operated by 
other establishments such as sanitariums and hotels, coverage of this activity is 
incomplete. For this reason, separate statistics are not shown in the individual 
State tables for this classification, but are included in the classification 
"Other Personal Services". 

BEAUTY PARLORS . All beauty parlors operated as separate businesses are in- 
cluded, but the classification does not include beauty parlors operated by depart- 
ment stores, women's ready-to-wear stores, or other businesses. Beauty parlors 
operated as concessions in retail stores are included. Schools for the instruction 
of beauty parlor operators are included, providing a charge is made for the ser- 
vices performed by the students. Revenues from the incidental sale of cosmetics 
and hair goods are included in total receipts. Establishments engaged essentially 
in retailing cosmetics, though rendering beauty parlor service as well, are in- 
cluded in the Census of Retail Trade. 

CLEANING, DYEING, PRESSING, ALTERATION, AND REPAIR SHOPS. This classifica- 



tion consists primarily of establishments engaged in pressing, repairing, and alter- 
ing clothing for the individual. The majority of the establishments included, press 
and repair clothing on their own premises, but seldom do their own cleaning or dye- 
ing. Cleaning and dyeing agencies (establishments doing no cleaning or dyeing, but 
operated solely as points for the collection and distribution of clothing), if 
independently operated — that is, if not owned, either in whole or in part, by a 
cleaning and dyeing plant — are also included in this classification. Cleaning and 
dyeing agencies owned and operated by plants are included in the reports submitted 
for the plants in connection with the Biennial Census of Manufactures. Valet shops 



Vol. II - Page viii 

(the term designating establishments which in addition to the cleaning, pressing 
and repairing of clothing, render a hat cleaning, shoe shine, and shoe repairing 
service) are included in this classification. Dry cleaning and dyeing plants re- 
porting receipts for a full year's operation during 1935 of less than $5,000 are 
also included. The latter operate, for the most part, in a manner similar to the 
cleaning and dyeing shop, in that they deal direct with the consumer. Establish- 
ments generally known as "Tailor Shops" are included, unless engaged primarily in 
making clothes to order and reporting fifty per cent or more of their total re- 
ceipts from the sale of such clothing — in which case they are included in the 
Census of Retail Trade. Hat cleaning is usually done by the general dry cleaning 
plant, which reports in connection with the Census of Manufactures, or by the shoe 
shine parlor. The few establishments engaged solely in hat cleaning are, therefore, 
included in the classification "Shoe Repair Shops and Shoe Shine Parlors". 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS, EMBALMERS , AND CREMATORIES . Undertaking, particularly in 



rural areas, is frequently reported in connection with retail furniture establish- 
ments. Every attempt was made to accurately classify those establishments which 
reported both undertaking and the sale of furniture, and to include as service 
establishments only those places of business essentially engaged in undertaking and 
embalming. This classification also includes crematories which in the 1933 Census 
were included in the classification "Other Personal Services". All revenue from 
the sale of caskets, burial clothing, etc., are included in service receipts. 

FUR REPAIR AND STORAGE SHOPS . This classification includes only those estab- 
lishments engaged essentially in fur repairing and fur storage. The services of 
fur repairing and storage are performed, for the most part, by retail furriers which 
are included in the Retail Census. For the purposes of this Census, "furriers" are 
included in the Census of Retail Trade if more than fifty per cent of their total 
receipts are from the sale of merchandise from stock, or from the sale of fur goods 
made to order. In 1933, such establishments were included in the Census of Retail 
Trade provided one-third or more of their total receipts were from retail sales. 
This classification is not shown separately in the individual State tables but is 
included in "Other Personal Services". 

LAUNDRIES (not including power laundries). This classification includes all 

classes of laundries other than power laundries, which are canvassed biennially in 
connection with the Census of Manufactures. The establishments covered by this 
classification are, for the most part, French and Chinese hand laundries and inde- 
pendent laundry agencies. The latter group of establishments (not owned by the 
power laundries) merely act as collecting and distributing agencies and do no 
actual laundering on their premises. Laundry agencies owned by a plant were clas- 
sified in the Census of American Business for 1933 as service establishments, but 
have been omitted from the Business Census for 1935 since they are included in the 
report for the plant submitted in connection with the 1935 Census of Manufactures. 
Chains of agencies and cooperatively owned agencies, not owned or operated by 
power laundries are included in this classification. Power laundries reporting 
less than $5,000 receipts for a full year's operation in 1935 are also included in 
this classification. Hand laundries are included irrespective of the volume of 
receipts if the majority of the work was done by hand without the use of power- 
laundry equipment. 

PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS . This classification includes establishments engaged in 

portrait and/or commercial photography. Those establishments primarily engaged in 
film developing, and in the printing and finishing of photographs are not included. 



Vol. II - Page ix 

nor are street photographers who have no established places of business. In the 
larger cities, comparisons with 1933 figures are not significant because of the 
inclusion, for the first time, in the present Census, of the large specialized 
commercial photographic studios, which are engaged primarily in servicing advertising 
agencies, publications, and other industrial users of photography. Revenue from 
photography is considered to be from the sale of service and not from the sale of 
pictures. However, some studios--raostly the smaller establishments--report 
receipts from the sale of merchandise, consisting principally of picture frames. 

RUG CLEANING AND REPAIRING SHOPS . This classification includes establish- 
ments engaged primarily in the cleaning of rugs provided the receipts from such 
services are less than $5,000. (Establishments with annual receipts of |5,000 or 
more from the cleaning of rugs are included in the Biennial Census of Manufactures.) 
Many of these establishments are also engaged in the repair of rugs. Their total re- 
ceipts in many cases exceed $5,000 because the shops engaged primarily in rug re- 
pairing are not considered manufacturing establishments. Total receipts of these 
establishments include, aside from the receipts from service sales, some revenue 
from the sale of new and rewoven rugs. 

SHOE REPAIR SHOPS AND SHOE SHINE PARLORS (including hat cleaning) . ---Estab- 
lishments included in this classification are engaged principally in the repair 
of footwear and the shining of shoes. Shoe shine or shoe repair service conducted 
in connection with a retail business or with another service business is not included. 
Receipts for this classification include gross revenue from the sale of merchandise 
such as shoe laces, shoe polish, and similar articles. In the Census of American 
Business for 1933, shoe shine parlors and shoe repair shops were shown separately. 
Because both services are frequently rendered by the same establishment, these clas- 
sifications have been combined. Since hat cleaning is being done to a considerable 
degree in connection with shoe shine parlors, the few establishments engaged solely 
in performing this service, are included in this classification. (For further 
details on hat cleaning, see "Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing, Alteration, and Repair 
Shops" under Definitions of Classifications.) 

OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES . The kinds of business comprising this classifica- 
tion do not warrant separate presentation because of the relative unimportance 
of the number of establishments and total receipts represented. This classifica- 
tion is not uniform in all State tables, having been amplified in some cases to 
include other kinds of business which could not be shown separately because of 
incompleteness in coverage, or because of the disclosure of the operations of in- 
dividual establishments which would result. The following are some of the more 
important kinds of business included in this classification: 

Corset repair shops 

Costume and dress suit rental agencies 

Glove repair shops 

Hosiery repair shops 

Millinery repair shops 

Physical culture schools and gymnasiums 

Scalp treatment establishments 

Shirt repair shops 

Textile weaving shops 



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BUSINESS SERVICES 

ADJUSTMENT AND CREDIT BUREAUS , AND COLLECTION AGENCIES. Mercantile and con- 
sumer credit reporting bureaus and privately operated collection agencies are in- 
cluded in this classification. Receipts, as a rule, represent only charges for 
services. In addition, cooperatively organized bureaus and agencies (with the 
exception of adjustment, credit, and collection departments of trade associations) 
are included. Receipts of cooperative organizations consist for the most part of 
assessments to the various members, usually prorated according to the amounts of 
service rendered. 

AUCTIONEERS ' ESTABLISHMENTS (service only). Only those establishments en- 
gaged primarily in rendering service are included in this classification. If 
fifty per cent or more of the receipts of an establishment were derived from the 
sale of its own merchandise, the establishment was included in the Census of Retail 
Trade. Real estate auctioneers are included in this classification. Receipts 
represent charges for services rendered plus the sale of incidental merchandise. 
Statistics for auctioneers' establishments are not shown separately in the indi- 
vidual State tables but are included in the classification "Other Business Services". 

BILLBOARD ADVERTISING SERVICE . Establishments included in this classification 

are engaged chiefly in the preparation and presentation of poster displays (prin- 
cipally outdoor) on their own or rented signboards. The revenue of these establish- 
ments is derived from rentals of space on display boards and from other sources, such 
as fees received for the preparation of display advertisements. The receipt figures 
reported include amounts passed on as commissions to advertising agencies and to the 
various organizations engaged in the sale of billboard space. Operative employees 
of these establishments are engaged in the repairing and maintenance of display 
boards and the posting of advertisements. Usually the selling function is under- 
taken by a separate organization, and for this reason, few plants maintain an ex- 
tensive sales force. 

BLUEPRINTING AND PHOTOSTAT LABORATORIES . Laboratories engaged principally 

in the reproduction of drawings, plans, maps and other copy, by blueprinting or 
photostating, are included in this classification. Establishments reporting fifty 
per cent or more of their total receipts from the sale of merchandise are included 
in the Census of Retail Trade. 

COIN-OPERATED MACHINE RENTAL AND REPAIR SERVICE . ---This classification includes 
establishments engaged in the operation or rental and repair of coin-operated amuse- 
ment or vending machines. Such machines are placed in retail stores or other es- 
tablishments frequented by the public, and these stores participate in the revenues 
of the machine, usually on a percentage basis. In some cases the machines are leased, 
and the entire revenues accruing as a result of their operation by the public, revert 
to the lessee. Establishments which are primarily engaged in the sale of merchandise 
through coin-operated machines are included in the Census of Retail Trade. Estab- 
lishments which are operated solely as places of amusement, maintaining a number of 
coin-operated machines for the use of the public, are not covered by this classifica- 
tion but are included in the Census of Amusement Places. While a number of reports 
were received for individual machines operated in retail establishments, they are 
not included in the Census, since they are not regarded either as establishments or 
concessions. Statistics for this classification are not shown separately in the 
individual State tables but are included in the figures for "Other Business Services". 



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COURT REPORTING AND PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC AGENCIES ■ ---This classification in- 
cludes establishments providing court reporting service and general public steno- 
graphic service. Public stenographers who maintain no separate places of business 
but are engaged as part-time employees of business offices are not included in 
the Census. Some public stenographic agencies supply, in addition to stenogra- 
phic service, a mailing and telephone service. These are included in this parti- 
cular classification when the greater part of their receipts are derived from 
the stenographic service rendered. In some cases, a mimeographing or multigraph- 
ing service is conducted as a secondary phase of the business. The coverage of 
this kind of business is incomplete due to the lack of a uniform understanding on 
the part of enumerators as to the type of activity which was to be canvassed. 
Statistics for this classification are not shown in the individual State tables 
but are included in the classification "Other Business Services". 

DENTAL LABORATORIES . This classification includes laboratories making 

plates, bridges, inlays, procelain work, etc., for the dental profession. Many 
of the larger of these establishments were at one time taken in the Biennial 
Census of Manufactures. They are now, however, as in the 1933 Census, included 
in the Census of Business irrespective of volume of receipts, except when also 
engaged in the manufacture of dental equipment. The private laboratories of 
dentists are not included in this Census. Establishments which are engaged in the 
sale of dental equipment and/or supplies for the dental profession are included 
in the Census of Retail Trade. Receipts of dental laboratories are considered as 
being from the sale of service, rather than from the sale of merchandise. 

DISINFECTING AND EXTERMINATING SERVICE . ---Establishments primarily engaged 
in the extermination of insects, rodents, germs and parasites, from building, bed- 
ding, furniture and clothing are covered by this classification. Statistics for 
this classification are not shown separately in the individual State tables but 
are included in the classification "Other Business Services". 

DUPLICATING , ADDRESSING, MAILING, AND MAILING LIST SERVICE . ---Establishments 
engaged principally in providing mimeographing, mul tigraphing, rotaprinting, mul- 
tilithing, planographing, addressographing, and mailing services are included in 
this classification. Establishments engaged in the compilation and sale of mail- 
ing lists are also included. Printing plants frequently provide such services. 
(Printing plants are included in the Biennial Census of Manufactures whenever 
they report annual receipts in excess of $5,000. When the receipts are less than 
15,000, they are included as service establishments under the classification 
"Printing and Publishing Shops".) Many of the establishments included conduct 
stenographic, typewriting or mailing services as minor phases of their business. 
Establishments engaged solely in writing copy for direct mail advertising are 
not included in this classification but are covered in "Other Business Services". 

EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES . This classification includes only those establishments 

that are privately owned and operated. Government-operated agencies and those 
operated in connection with schools, welfare institutions, professional associa- 
tions, or trade unions are not included. Many employment agencies render other 
business services such as duplicating or public stenographic service as a 
secondary activity. 

FREIGHT FORWARDERS AND CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS . ---This classification includes 
establishments engaged primarily in the assembly of small shipments of freight 
into larger shipments (carloads, truckloads, etc.) for delivery to a single des- 
tination, or to several points on an established route. Some establishments own 
_aild_aBerate_tr:ansportation equipment (freight cars, loading apparatus, etc.) 



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Others merely maintain service offices. Statistics for this classification are 
not shown separately in the individual State tables but are included in the 
classification "Other Business Services". 

INSURANCE CLAIM ADJUSTMENT OFFICES (independently operated). This classi- 
fication includes establishments engaged in the adjustment of claims against the 
various types of insurance carrier companies (fire, casualty, life, accident, etc.) 
Claim adjusting departments of insurance carriers are not included in this classi- 
fication. Such departments are included in the carriers' reports which are made 
in connection with the Insurance phase of the Business Census. Statistics for 
this classification are not shown separately in the individual State tables but are 
included in the classification "Other Business Services". 

LINEN , COAT , APRON, AND OVERALL SUPPLY SERVICE . Establishments included in 

this classification supply uniforms, aprons, table covers, towels, etc., to 
restaurants, barber shops, beauty parlors, offices, and other establishments. 
They collect the soiled supplies and deliver the laundered and repaired replace- 
ments as required. The establishments rendering these services usually contract 
with a commercial laundry for the laundering of the articles which they supply. 
Establishments which launder linen and apparel, in addition to performing a supply 
service, are not included in this classification but report in connection with 
the Biennial Census of Manufactures as power laundries, providing their annual 
receipts for laundering are more than $5,000. They are included in this classi- 
fication, however, when they report receipts from laundering of less than $5,000 
per annum. In a few cases, receipts from the sale of merchandise are reported, 
which represent supplies sold to customers. 

PHOTO FINISHING LABORATORIES . These laboratories are engaged primarily in 

the developing of films and in photoprinting and enlarging for amateur photogra- 
phers. Agencies for photo finishing laboratories located in retail stores or 
other service establishments are not included in this classification. Statistics 
for this classification are not shown separately in the individual State tables 
but are included in the classification "Other Business Services". 

SIGN PAINTING SHOPS. This classification includes shops engaged primarily 

in sign painting. Establishments engaged in office-door and window lettering, 
commercial poster work, and canvass lettering are also included. Receipts of 
these establishments include some revenue from the sale of signs as well as from 
the maintenance of signs. Establishments engaged primarily in the sale of signs, 
paints, painters' supplies, etc., but which also do sign painting, are included 
in the Retail Census. 

TICKET AGENTS AND BROKERS AND TRAVEL BUREAUS .- — Only transportation ticket 
agents and brokers (including Travel Bureaus) operating independently of trans- 
portation companies are included in this classification. Theatre ticket agents 
and brokers are included in "Other Business Services". Receipts for this kind 
of business represent the agents' or brokers' commissions. Statistics for this 
classification are not shown separately in the individual State tables but are 
included in the classification "Other Business Services". 

TITLE AND ABSTRACT COMPANIES . This classification includes establishments 

engaged in title abstracting and title guarantee service. The 1933 Census in- 
cluded only abstract companies. With the addition of the insurance phase of the 



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Census, reports were secured for title insurance and guarantee companies. These 
title companies have been included in the Service rather than the Insurance phase 
of the Census because of the importance of the service function performed, and 
because it was frequently impossible to distinguish between such establishments 
(many title companies reported on the Service and Amusement schedule) and places 
of business engaged only in title abstracting. Statistics for this classification 
are not shown separately in the individual State tables but are included in the 
classification "Other Business Services". 

WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE. Establishments in this classification are engaged 



in cleaning windows in office buildings, apartment houses, stores, homes, and other 
types of buildings. Maintenance personnel of office buildings, and individuals en- 
gaged in window cleaning, who have no established places of business, are not included. 

OTHER BUSINESS SERVICES . A large number of kinds of business for which separate 

data are not presented due to the relative unimportance of the number of establish- 
ments and total receipts represented in each classification, are included in this 
classification. The classification was amplified in the individual State tables to 
include other kinds of business which could not be shown separately because of incom- 
pleteness in coverage, or because of the disclosure of operations of individual estab- 
lishments. The following are some of the more important kinds of business included 
in this classification. 

Advertising representatives 

Armored car service 

Booking agents' offices 

Bottle exchanges 

Building cleaning service 

Business brokers 

Business, financial, and statistical reporting service 

Copywriters 

Cotton compresses 

Detective agencies 

Distributing service 

Messenger service 

Packing service 

Press clipping service 

Protective agencies 

Public address systems 

Stevedoring service 

Theatre ticket agents and brokers 

Ticker service 

Transportation terminals (independently operated) 

Truck freight brokers' offices 

Weighing service 

Window display 

REPAIR SERVICES AND CUSTOM INDUSTRIES 

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS AND SERVICES (excluding general repair garages): 

AUTOMOBILE LAUNDRIES . Establishments engaged primarily in the washing and 

polishing of automobiles are included in this classification. Automobile laundries 
reporting more than fifty per cent of their receipts from the sale of merchandise 



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are included in the Census of Retail Trade. Automobile laundries operated in 
connection with automobile storage and repair garages are not included. 

AUTOMOBILE PAINT S HOPS. Includes establishments engaged essentially in 

automobile painting and refinishing. Many automobile top and body repair shops 
maintain their own paint departments. Such departments are not included in this 
classification but are considered as part of the top and body repair shops, which 
are covered by a separate classification. 

AUTOMOBILE RADIATOR SHOPS. Establishments prim.arily engaged in the repair 

of automobile radiators are included in this classification. Some of these shops 
also do specialized welding and minor automobile top and body repair work. In 
addition, many are engaged in automobile glass installation, while still others 
are engaged in battery recharging and ignition repairing. 

AUTOMOBILE RENTAL SERVICE.- This classification covers establishments engaged 

in the rental of automobiles and trucks, including those renting automobiles on a 
"drive-it-yourself " basis. Establishments which rent specialized automotive trans- • 
portation equipment such as ambulances are also included. 

AUTOMOBILE STORAG E GARAGES . The establishments covered by this classifica- 
tion are mainly those primarily engaged in the live-storage of automobiles. Ware- 
houses engaged in the dead-storage of automobiles are not covered by this classi- 
fication but are included in the Transportation phase of the Business Census. 
General repair garages and filling stations, which provide storage for automobiles 
as a secondary activity, are included in the Retail Census. Many storage garages, 
in addition to the storing of cars, report receipts for numerous other services 
such as washing and lubricating cars, repairing brakes, axles, etc. 

AUTOMOBILE TOP AND BODY REPAIR SHOPS . Many establishments included in this 

classification also render other specialized automotive repair service such as uphol- 
stery repair, glass installation, and radiator repair. Ordinarily, these establish- 
ments also maintain their own automobile paint departments. Receipts for this clas- 
sification include revenue from the sale of automobile parts, and from the sale of 
gasoline and oil. Where receipts from the sale of merchandise or from general auto- 
motive repair work exceed fifty per cent of the total receipts, the establishment 
is included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

BATTERY AND IGNITION REPAIR SHOPS. This classification includes establishments 

engaged in the rental, charging, repair, and storage of batteries, as well as those 
engaged in ignition repair. Many of these establishments also repair automobile 
radios, as a minor phase of their business. Others sell gasoline and automobile 
parts. Establishments reporting more than fifty per cent of their total receipts 
from the sale of merchandise or from general automotive repairs are included in 
the Census of Retail Trade. 

PARKING LOTS . Only those parking lots reporting more than fifty per cent 

of their total receipts from the parking facilities afforded are included in this 
classification. Otherwise, they are included in the Census of Retail Trade. In 
the 1933 Census, parking lots were considered retail establishments whenever re- 
ceipts from the sale of merchandise equaled more than one-third of the total re- 
ceipts. Most parking lots are engaged in selling gasoline, and in rendering such 
additional services as washing and lubricating automobiles. 



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TIRE REPAIR SHOPS . For the purpose of the 1933 Census, tire repair shops 

reporting more than one-third of their total receipts from the sale of merchan- 
dise were classified as retail establishments and included in the Retail Census. 
For the purpose of this Census, however, such establishments are classified as 
retail stores only when more than fifty per cent of their total receipts are from 
the sale of merchandise. Many establishments engaged in tire repairing do other 
specialized automotive repair work, such as brake relining, battery repairing, and 
radiator repairing. Automobile parts, gasoline and new and used tires, comprise 
the principal lines of merchandise sold. 

OTHER AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS. This classification includes establishments 



specializing in automobile brake repairing, relining, and adjusting, and those 
specializing in automobile spring, axle, and wheel repair service. These services 
are also performed to some extent by general repair garages which are included in 
the Census of Retail Trade. 

OTHER REPAIR SERVICES (except apparel and shoes): 

ARMATURE REWINDING SHOPS . Establishments included in this classification 

are engaged primarily in rewinding armatures and in repairing motors. Wholesalers 
and retailers of electrical goods (occasionally engaged in armature rewinding) are 
classified as armature rewinding shops providing more than fifty per cent of their 
total revenue is derived from this activity; otherwise, they are included in the 
Retail or Wholesale phase of the Census. A portion of the total receipts shown for 
this classification includes receipts from sale of electrical appliances and elec- 
trical parts. Statistics for this classification are shown in the United States 
Summary tables but are not shown separately in the individual State tables. They 
are included in the classification "Other Repair Services". 

BICYCLE REPAIR SHOPS .---For the purpose of the 1933 Census, establishments 
engaged in bicycle repairing were classified as retail establishments when they 
reported sales of merchandise amounting to more than one-third of their total 
receipts. For the purpose of the present Census, establishments reporting as 
bicycle repair shops are not considered retail establishments unless more than 
fifty per cent of their total receipts are from the sale of merchandise. A number 
of these establishments, primarily engaged in bicycle repairing, are also engaged 
in repairing motorcycles and in the rental of bicycles and motorcycles. Many 
bicycle repair shops are also engaged in repairing baby carriages and electrical 
appliances. Statistics for bicycle repair shops are not shown separately in the 
individual State tables but are included in the classification "Other Repair 
Services" . 

BLACKSMITH SHOPS . While this classification includes establishments report- 
ing blacksmithing as their principal kind of business, many of the establishments 
included are also actively engaged in farm implement, automobile, and general 
machinery repair. Some blacksmith shops, in addition to their regular business, 
report gasoline sales. Comparative statistics for this classification are not 
significant due to the fact that establishments reporting as blacksmith shops for 
the one Census would report under another specialized mechanical repair service 
designation in the other census. 



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ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE REPAIR SHOPS . This classification includes mainly small 

shops engaged in repairing electrical appliances (washing machines, vacuum cleaners, 
irons, etc.). As in the 1933 Census, electrical contractors and electrical shops 
engaged primarily in house-wiring are not included in this classification. They 
are, however, included in the Construction phase of the present Census. Electrical 
appliance repair shops reporting more than fifty per cent of their total receipts 
from the sale of merchandise are included in the Retail Census. The basis of 
classification differs from that used in 1933, in that shops reporting more than 
one-third of their total receipts from the sale of merchandise were classified as 
retail stores in that Census. This classification does not include establishments 
engaged in the repair of electric or neon signs. Such establishments are covered 
in "Other Business Services". 

HARNESS AND LEATHER GOODS REPAIR SHOPS. Establishments included in this 

classification are engaged primarily in the repair of harness, saddlery, luggage 
and other leather goods. Some of these establishments are also engaged in the 
repair of boots and shoes. For the purpose of the 1933 Census, establishments 
engaged in harness and leather repair work were included in the Retail Census 
when one-third or more of their total receipts were from the sale of merchandise. 
Such establishments are not included in the Retail phase of the present Census 
unless more than fifty per cent of their total receipts are from the sale of 
merchandise. 

LOCKSMITH AND GUNSMITH SHOPS. The majority of the establishments included 

in this classification are engaged primarily in cutting keys and repairing locks. 
Gun repairing, in most cases, constitutes a minor activity although some estab- 
lishments engaged exclusively in the repair of firearms are included. In addi- 
tion to repairing locks and guns, many of the establishments included are engaged, 
to some extent, in repairing electrical appliances, bicycles, and radios. Locksmith 
and gunsmith shops reporting more than fifty per cent of their total receipts from 
the sale of merchandise are included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS REPAIR SHOPS . Included in this classification are 

those establishments engaged primarily in the repair of musical instruments 
other than pianos and organs. Teachers of music, rendering an instrument repair 
service, but maintaining no establishments for this purpose, are excluded from 
the Census. Many of the establishments included in this classification are also 
engaged in selling new and second-hand musical instruments. When more than fifty 
per cent of the total receipts of these establishment^ are reported as derived from 
the sale of merchandise, such establishments are included in the Census of Retail 
Trade. Statistics for this classification are not shown separately in the indivi- 
dual State tables but are included in the classification "Other Repair Services". 

PIANO AND ORGAN TUNING AND REPAIR SERVICE . Only establishments primarily 

engaged in the tuning and repairing of pianos and organs are included in this 
classification. Much of this service is rendered by individuals who derive most 
of their revenue as teachers of these musical instruments. Such persons, unless 
operating from recognized places of business, are omitted from the Census. 
Statistics for this classification are not shown separately in the individual 
State tables but are included in the classification "Other Repair Services". 

RADIO REPAIR SHOPS. This classification includes those establishments 

engaged primarily in the repair of radios. Radio dealers and radio repair depart- 
ments of retail establishments are not included. Radio repair shops reporting more 
than fifty per cent of their total receipts from the sale of merchandise are in- 
cluded in the Census of Retail Trade. For the purpose of the 1933 Census, such 



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establishments were included in the Retail Census when more than one-third of 
their total receipts were derived from the sale of merchandise. Receipts from 
radio repairing are also reported by many establishments classified as "Electrical 
Appliance Repair Shops". 

REFRIGERATOR SERVICE AND REPAIR SHOPS. This classification covers, essen- 



tially small shops engaged almost exclusively in the servicing and repairing of 
domestic and commercial electric refrigerators. Most of the repairs to refriger- 
tors and commercial refrigeration units are made by repair departments of the 
dealers or manufacturers. Such departments are not included in this classifica- 
tion, except in some few instances, where operated as separate establishments. 
Refrigerator repair shops are included in the Census of Retail Trade, whenever 
receipts from merchandise sales amount to more than fifty per cent of the total 
receipts of the establishment. This differs from the 1933 Census in that these 
establishments were classified as retail stores whenever receipts from the sale 
of merchandise equaled one-third or more of total receipts. Statistics for this 
classification are not shown separately in the individual State tables but are in- 
cluded in the classification "Other Repair Services". 

SAW AND TOOL SHARPENING AND REPAIR SHOPS . Included in this classification 

are establishments engaged primarily in sharpening saws and tools — many of which 
render, in addition, a general repair service. Statistics for this classifica- 
tion are not shown separately in the individual State tables but are included in 
the classification "Other Business Services". 

TYPEWRITER REPAIR SHOPS. This classification includes those establishments 



engaged primarily in the repair of typewriters. The repair of adding machines 
and various other business machines frequently constitutes an important additional 
activity. Establishments renting typewriters are included in this classification 
when receipts from such rentals do not constitute a major portion of the total 
receipts of the establishment. Otherwise, typewriter rental establishments are 
included in a separate classification under the "Miscellaneous Services" group. 
Total receipts of some establishments include receipts from the sale of such 
merchandise as reconditioned typewriters, typewriter ribbons, and other typewriter 
supplies. Statistics for this classification are not shown separately in the 
individual State tables but are included in the classification "Other Repair 
Services" . 

UPHOLSTERY AND FURNITURE REPAIR SHOPS. Establishments included in this 

classification are engaged primarily in furniture upholstering and/or furni- 
ture repairing. Repair departments of retail establishments, and upholstery and 
furniture repair establishments reporting more than fifty per cent of their 
receipts from the sale of merchandise, are not included. In 1933, such estab- 
lishments were classified as retail stores when more than one-third of the total 
receipts represented merchandise sales. Many of the shops included in this 
classification manufacture some furniture. 

WATCH, CLOCK , AND JEWELRY REPAIR SHOPS ■ Shops reporting more than fifty 

per cent of their total revenue from retail sales are included in the Census of 
Retail Trade. This differs somewhat from the basis of classification used in 
1933 when such an establishment was considered a retail store providing more than 
one-third of the total receipts were from the sale of merchandise. Many of the 
smaller watch, clock, and jewelry repair shops rendered other repair services, 
such as electrical appliance repairing, bicycle repairing, etc. 



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OTHER REPAIR SERVICES. Included in this classification are a large numter 

of repair shops engaged in various specialized repair services for which separate 
data are not presented due to the relative unimportance of the number of estab- 
lishments and total receipts represented in each classification. These shops 
frequently sell parts and other merchandise, and when an establishment's retail 
sales exceed fifty per cent of the total receipts, the establishment is included 
in the Census of Retail Trade. This 'differs somewhat from the basis of classification 
in 1933 when such an establishment was considered a retail store provided more than 
one-third of the total receipts were from sales of merchandise. This classification 
was amplified in the individual State tables to include other kinds of business 
which could not be shown separately because of incompleteness in coverage, or because 
of the disclosure of operations of individual establishments which would result. 
The following are some of the more important kinds of business included in this 
classification: 

Awning and tent repair shops Iron repair shops 

Beer pump, coil cleaning Lawn mower repair shops 

and repair service Mirror repair shops 

Blade, knife, and scissors repair shops Scale repair shops 

Boat repair shops Sewing machine repair shops 

Business machine repair shops Stove repair shops 

Cash register repair shops Tool repair shops 

Cylinder grinding shops Umbrella repair shops 

Electric sign repair shops Windmill, pump, and well 
Fountain pen repair shops repair service 

Implement repair shops General repair shops 

CUSTOM INDUSTRIES : 

CABINETMAKING SHOPS (including woodworking). This classification covers 

mainly those establishments primarily engaged in the repair of articles made from 
wood. Establishments manufacturing wooden articles are included when the value of 
products for the year is less than $5,000. 

CIDER MILLS AND PRESSES . Cider mills and presses are included in this classi- 
fication when operated either on a custom basis or when reporting a value of product 
of less than $5,000. Commercially operated mills and presses reporting a value of 
product for the year of $5,000 or more are included in reports of the Census of 
Manufactures. 

GRIST MILLS. This classification includes grist mills reporting total receipts 

of less than $5,000 per annum, as well as larger mills engaged primarily in custom 
grinding. Such mills are not covered in the Biennial Census of Manufactures. Custom 
grinding is quite frequently done by feed stores which report as retail stores. Many 
custom grist mills are also operated in connection with blacksmith or farm implement 
repair shops, and such establishments are classified according to the service from 
which the major portion of receipts are derived. The coverage of grist mills in the 
1933 Census was incomplete due to a misunderstanding on the part of enumerators as 
to the type of custom mills which were to be canvassed. The 1933 figures for this 
classification are not, therefore, comparable with the figures presented for 1935. 



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HEMSTITCHING, E MBROIDERING , AND BUTTONHOLING SHOPS. Included in this 

classification are shops engaged in hemstitching, embroidering, and buttonholing, 
which sell their services direct to the consumer. Departments of retail stores 
doing such work are not included, nor are contract buttonholing shops. This latter 
group is included in the classification "Other Custom Industries". Many shops re- 
port receipts from the sale of merchandise. When such receipts are more than fifty 
per cent of the total receipts, the establishment is included in the Census of 
Retail Trade. 

MACHIN E SHOPS . This classification covers small machine shops that are 

engaged primarily in repair services. It also includes those engaged in manu- 
facturing when the annual value of product is less than $5,000. (Machine shops 
with a value of product of more than $5,000 are covered by the Biennial Census 
of Manufactures.) The machine shops of manufacturing plants or those shops 
operated as departments in other establishments are not included in this classi- 
fication. Many machine shops render other services such as welding, blacksraith- 
ing, and in some cases automobile repairing. 

MATTRESS RENOVATING AND REPAIR SHOPS . This classification includes only 

those establishments which are engaged exclusively in renovating and repairing 
mattresses. Mattress manufacturers (covered by the Biennial Census of Manu- 
factures), and retail dealers (included in the Retail Census), frequently render 
a similar service. Mattress renovating and repair shops are classified as 
retail establishments whenever fifty per cent or more of their total receipts 
are derived from the sale of merchandise. 

MOLASSES , SORGHUM, AND SYRUP MILLS. Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 

are included in this classification when operated either on a custom basis or 
when reporting a value of product for the year of less than $5,000. Commercially 
operated mills reporting a value of product for the year of $5,000 or more are 
included in the Biennial Census of Manufactures. 

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING SHOPS. This classification includes printing 

and publishing establishments not reporting in connection with the Biennial Cen- 
sus of Manufactures, because the value of product for the year was less than 
$5,000. Many of these establishments are engaged in the printing and publishing 
of rural newspapers. The receipts for this classification include revenue from 
the sale of advertising, from subscriptions, and from job printing. Establish- 
ments engaged essentially in retailing stationery, though rendering a printing 
service as well, are included in the Census of Retail Trade. 

SAW MILLS AND PLANING MILLS. This classification includes all saw mills 

and planing mills engaged primarily in custom work, as well as those commer- 
cially operated reporting a value of product for the year of less than $5,000. 
Commercially operated mills reporting a value of product for the year of $5,000 
or more are included in the Biennial Census of Manufactures. 

THRESHING , CORN SHELLING , HAY BALING , AND OTHER AGRICULTURAL SERVICES . 

Peanut picking, hulling, harvesting, grain cutting and binding, plowing, and 
silo filling and cutting, and other services rendered the farmer are also 
among those included in this classification. Receipts for these establishments 
are in most cases small and employment is highly seasonal. In Florida and Cali- 
fornia, this classification includes a number of large establishments perform- 
ing highly specialized and technical services. These establishments are engaged 



Vol. II - Page XX 



primarily in the care of orchards or in dehydrating fruits. Coverage for the 
classification is incomplete because of the seasonal nature of the business 
and the inaccessibility to the enumerator of many establishments which properly 
should be included as agricultural service establishments. The coverage of 
these kinds of business in the 1933 Census was even more incomplete due to a mis- 
understanding on the part of enumerators as to the types of custom businesses 
which were to be canvassed. The 1933 figures for this classification are not, 
therefore, comparable with the figures presented for 1935. 

TINSMITH SHOPS . This classification includes small shops primarily 

engaged in sheet metal repair work and in the manufacture of tinware, gutters, 
ventilators, etc., with annual receipts of less than $5,000. Establishments 
reporting a value of product for the year of $5,000 or more are covered by the 
Biennial Census of Manufactures provided they are not engaged primarily in 
construction work, such as the erection of gutters, ventilators, etc. Such 
establishments are included in the Construction Census. Roofing repair shops 
which were included with tinsmith shops in the 1933 Census are now included in 
the Construction Census. 

WELDING SHOPS . This classification includes shops reporting receipts of 

less than $20,000. Welding shops reporting receipts in excess of $20,000 are 
included in the Biennial Census of Manufactures. Many of the shops included 
in this classification perform other repair services in addition to welding. 

OTHER CUSTOM INDUSTRIES . Included in this classification are various 

manufacturing plants reporting total receipts of less than $5,000 per annum, 
as well as larger plants engaged primarily in custom work. Such establishments 
are not covered in the Biennial Census of Manufactures. Awning and tent manu- 
facturing establishments are excluded from the Census of Manufactures whenever 
they report annual receipts of less than $20,000; such establishments are in- 
cluded in this classification. Many of these establishments, in addition to 
manufacturing, are engaged in repair work and report total receipts in excess 
of $5,000. Over fourteen hundred different kinds of manufacturing establish- 
ments are included. The most important types are: 



Awning and tent manufacturers 
Bottling works 
Bookbinding establishments 
Broom manufacturers 
Brick manufacturers 
Custom butchers 
Canning establishments 
Candy manufacturers 
Cheese manufacturers 
Chemical manufacturers 
Cigar manufacturers 
Contract tailor shops 



Concrete products manufacturers 
Cosmetics manufacturers 
Diamond setters 
Engraving establishments 
Fur goods manufacturers 
Ice manufacturers 
Medicine manufacturers 
Plating and electro-plating 

establishments 
Pattern making establishments 
Soft drink manufacturers 
Wine manufacturers 



Vol. 11 - Page xxi 



MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 



LANDSCAPE GARDENING AND TREE SURGERY SERVICE . This classification in- 
cludes establishments engaged in landscape gardening and tree surgery. Some 
of the establishments included show receipts from the sale of such merchandise 
shrubs and plants of various kinds. An establishment, to be included in this 
classification, must report more than fifty per cent of its total receipts 
from service sales. When more than fifty per cent of the total receipts are 
from the sale of merchandise, the establishment is considered a nursery and 
omitted from the Census. Statistics for this classification are not shown 
separately in the individual State tables but are included in the classifica- 
tion "Miscellaneous Services". 

LIVERY STABLES . This classification includes establishments engaged 

in the rental of horse-drawn livery. Usually, such establishments also rent 
saddle horses. Some stables are likewise engaged in the boarding and care of 
privately owned saddle horses. Statistics for this classification are not 
shown separately in the individual State tables but are included in the -clas- 
sification "Miscellaneous Services". Establishments engaged primarily in the 
rental of saddle horses are classified as "Riding Academies" and included in 
the Census of Amusement Places. 

OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES . Included in this classification are 

establishments which could not properly be classified in any of the other 
major groupings. Following are some of the more important kinds of business 
covered: 



Art repair shops 

Automobile tag service 

Boat storage and repair service 

Carpet and linoleum laying 

Check rooms 

Commercial mounting and 

finishing service 
Designers establishments 
Floor surfacing establishments 
Furniture rental establishments 
House moving establishments 



Office equipment rental service 
Phonographic recording and 

electrical transcription 

service 
Picture framing and gilding 

service establishments 
Scaffold and ladder renting service 
Scavenger service establishments 
Taxidermists 
Toll bridges 
Typewriter rental shops 
Window shade cleaning and repairing 

establishments . 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

UNITED STATES SUMMARY 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind oi business 



Number 

of 
estab* 



Receipts 
(add 000) 



Active 
proprietora 
and firm 
member* 



Employees 
( full-time 
and part- 
lime). Avg- 
for year 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR UNITED STATES 

Personal aervioes: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Baths and masseurs' establishments 

(turkish, etc.) 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalraers, and 

crematories 
Fur repair and storage shops 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rxig cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair 6hops and shoe ehlne 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Auctioneers' establishments 

(service only) 
Billboard advertising service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Coin-operated machine rental and 

repair service 
Court reporting and public stenographic 

agencies 
Dental laboratories 

Disinfecting and eitermioating service 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, and 

mailing list service 
Bttployment agencies 
Freight forwarders and custom house 

brokers 
Insurance claim adjustment offices 

(independently operated) 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Photo finishing laboratories 
Sign painti eg shops 
Ticket agents and brokers, and 

travel bureaus 
Title and abstract companies 
Window claanlng service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom Industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 



#2,029,302 



580,840 



634,232 



♦567,517 



♦497, U8 



121,153 
4,302 

1,126 
61,355 

57,397 

17,144 
2,113 

16,826 

10,402 

894 

61,046 
2,218 



2,873 

725 
491 
371 

723 

1,193 

1,800 

596 

1,257 
1,334 

757 

728 

619 
1,002 
5,035 

939 
2,042 

749 
6,625 



907 
1,534 
1,109 

765 
6,905 
5,501 
2,377 
4,341 
2,065 

724 



209,337 
20,297 

4,094 

171,943 

130,991 

230,014 

11,035 

42,073 

48,405 

2,747 

109,657 
10,138 



43,663 

3,150 

26,897 

6,216 



3,606 

17,990 

6,407 

9,813 
6,477 

29,519 

10,223 

18,129 
8,388 
14,048 

12,493 

22,642 

9,688 

248,772 



2,987 

5,525 

3,850 

15,532 

68,040 

32,611 

8,487 

18,751 

6,490 

5,645 



125,721 
4,637 



1,102 
61,504 



17,078 

2,046 

18,487 

9,924 

890 

61,118 
2,095 



1,642 

756 
250 
285 



1,233 

1,806 

477 

1,192 
1,243 



293 

960 

5,326 

710 

1,170 

701 

4,176 



877 
1,652 
1,153 

497 
5,853 
5,922 
2,467 
3,127 
2,101 

696 



80,309 
11,115 



1,586 
78,062 



36,648 
2,124 

12,596 

11,792 

736 

25,007 
3,144 



1,020 

5,324 
1,673 

1,862 

931 
5,061 
2,300 

4,465 
1.756 

9,596 

3,017 

3,784 
2,472 
3,754 

2,682 

8,527 

5,907 

92,427 



1,647 
1,714 
919 
3,546 
17,296 
10,213 
1,559 
5,704 
1,144 
1,333 



54,875 
8,754 

1,055 
58,323 

22,709 

39,745 
2,329 

7,227 

12,796 

597 

16 , 250 
3,246 



22,326 

724 

8,038 
2,016 

2,556 

1,127 
6,224 
2,852 

3,864 
2,379 



4,892 
2,439 

3,584 

4,513 

11,968 

6,197 

108,953 



972 

1,552 

874 

4,378 

17,381 

10,672 

1,338 

4,428 

. 927 

1,629 



50,145 
8,378 

981 
54,676 

19,308 

35,225 
1,908 

6,213 

11,792 

495 

14,652 
2,892 



21,839 

577 
7,655 
1,980 

2,493 

893 
6,076 
2,601 

3,218 
2,264 

12,768 

4,807 

4,841 
2,261 
2,856 

4,411 
U,544 

5,626 
80,630 



777 
1,309 

799 
4,111 
16,601 
9,614 
1,221 
4,084 

833 
1,564 



♦70,399 



4,730 

376 



3,647 

3,401 

4,520 
421 

1,014 

1,004 

102 

1,598 
354 



147 
383 
36 



234 

148 
251 

646 
115 



178 
728 

102 

424 

571 

28,323 



195 

243 

75 

267 

780 

1,058 

117 

344 

94 

65 



> Includei no com 
of Muiufactures 



iropHetor, and linn member, ot uniocerponled buainei 
that the vmlue of product of each eetebliehmeni is It 



..l/lndudei 
then the 



uttom itMliutTiee, and 



nail manuiectuTiog plant* not included in the Cenaua 
daaaed aa a manufacturing plant. 



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CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


UNITED STATES SUMMARY (Contir 


ued) 








TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 
proprieton 
and finn 


Employee* 




Pay Roll* 






of 


RecdpU 


(full4ime 




(add 000) 




Kind of busineu 


e«tat>- 


and part- 










tuli. 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Full4ime 


Part-time 




menu 


(add 000) 




for year 








Repair services and custom Industries: 
















(continued) 
















Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes); 
















Armature rewinding shops 


788 


$7,637 


813 


2,102 


$2,472 


$2,334 


$138 


Bicycle repair shops 


1,313 


2,452 


1,326 


428 


265 


236 


29 


Blacksmith shops 


20,325 


23,454 


21,142 


4,534 


2,829 


2,328 


501 


Electrical- appliance repair shops 


1,388 


5,005 


1,456 


1,059 


910 


790 


120 


Harness and leather goods repair 
















shops 


2,603 


3,837 


2,636 


429 


247 


203 


44 


Lockanlth and gunsmith shops 


2,173 


4,160 


2,222 


737 


636 


580 


56 


Musical instrument repair shops 


459 


784 


478 


110 


74 


61 


13 


Piano and organ tuning and repair 
















service 


443 


652 


455 


94 


86 


69 


17 


Kadio repair shops 


8,256 


14,348 


8,661 


2,251 


1,496 


1,237 


259 


Refrigerator service and repair shops 


487 


3,290 


534 


830 


922 


837 


85 


Saw and tool sharpening and repair 
















shops 


714 


1,501 


729 


315 


331 


306 


25 


Typewriter repair shops 


500 


2,090 


534 


482 


491 


461 


30 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


7,856 


22,124 


8,264 


5,414 


4,654 


3,660 


994 


Watch, clock, and jewelry repair 
















shops 


13,669 


28,450 


13,799 


3,311 


2,900 


2,602 


298 


Other repair services 


10,452 


28,441 


10,904 


6,744 


6,602 


5,763 


839 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cabinetmaking shops (including 
















woodworking) 


2,245 


3,950 


2,380 


811 


630 


447 


183 


Cider mills end presses 


404 


264 


451 


97 


41 


26 


15 


Grist mills 


9,318 


8,556 


9,193 


3,516 


1,085 


849 


236 


Hemstitching, embroidering, 
















and buttonholing shops 


1,035 


2,110 


1,085 


865 


612 


504 


108 


Machine shops 


2^983 


7,251 


3,182 


1,927 


1,548 


1,311 


237 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


920 


3,171 


949 


849 


626 


558 


68 


Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


1,708 


398 


1,765 


257 


50 


22 


28 


Printing and publishing shops 


12,640 


31,891 


13,004 


10,259 


6,271 


5,308 


963 


Saw mills and planing mills 


9,129 


14,163 


10,319 


15,745 


4,264 


3,152 


1,112 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


22,051 


15,745 


25,973 


9,335 


3,272 


1,821 


1,451 


Tinsmith shops 


2,318 


5,826 


2,426 


1,407 


1,048 


745 


303 


Welding shops 


3,448 


13,007 


3,684 


3,180 


3,130 


2,720 


410 


Other industries 


17,071 


48,603 


16,814 


20,870 


13,102 


U,713 


1,389 


Miscellaneous services: 
















Landscape gardening and tree surgery 
















service 


881 


9,165 


861 


3,525 


4,169 


3,635 


534 


Livery stables 


248 


1,372 


226 


358 


318 


305 


13 


Other miscellaneous services 


4,820 


47,284 


4,406 


13,599 


17,289 


15,617 


1,672 





> Includw no coinpeiuation (or praprieton ukI Kiin roambcn ot unincorporatad b(uiDCMe«._x/ Includes tustom iodurthes, and naaJI m 
d Muiuiactuiet lor the rewon that ** v»hi« ol product of «ch ettablUlmmit U la> than tb« minimum amcmumry to b« clauod 



inufapturing plant* not iocludad in Iha Ccnnw 
at a manufacturing plant. 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

UNITED STATES SUMMARY 
ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 
BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS AND 3TATES 



Division and State 



Number 

of 
MUb- 
Inh- 
ments 



ReceiptB 
(add 000) 



Active 
proprietore 
and Hnn 
mem ben 



Employee* 
(hiU4une 
and put, 

time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roix* 
(add 000) 



TOTAL TOR nNITSD STATKS 



tew KNQLAND 

Conneetlcut 
Maine 

Uassactiueettfl 
New Haiopshlre 
Bhode Island 
Vermont 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

New Jersey 
New York 
Pennsylvania 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Wisconsin 

WEST NORTH CgNTRAL 

Iowa 
Eansas 

Minnesota 
Missouri 
Nebraska 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Maryland 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 

Alabama 
Kentucky 
Mississippi 
Tennessee 

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 

Arkansas 
Louisiana 
Oklahoma 
Texas 



Arizona 

Colorado 

Idaho 

Montana 

Nevada 

New Mexico 

Utah 

Wyoming 



California 

Oregon 

Washington 



574,708 



39,6*9 



7,*54 
3,561 
21,878 
2,039 
3,206 
1,511 

149,418 



21,790 
86,479 
41,149 

118,289 



36,760 
15,354 
20,278 
32,004 
13,393 

69,472 



13,550 
9,290 
14,124 
18,583 
8,328 
2,576 
3,021 

50,485 



1,256 
2,962 
6,261 

9,087 
7,058 
8,141 
4,317 
6,643 
4,760 

32,664 



7,620 
9,264 
5,813 

9,967 

44,200 



5,427 
6,262 
9,735 
22,776 

16,860 



1,381 
5,466 
2,524 
2,431 
401 
1,169 
2,409 
1,079 

53,671 



39,480 
5,541 
8,650 



$2,029,302 



580,840 



634,252 



♦567,517 



$497,118 



133,121 



39,327 



37,541 



34,086 



29,708 



26,560 
9,551 

77,081 
5,603 

11,033 
3,293 

662,462 



7,231 
3,583 
21,747 
2,105 
3,100 
1,561 

148,984 



7,61S 
2,586 
22,009 
1,262 
3,210 
861 

179,682 



7,024 
2,112 
20,461 
1,017 
2,870 
602 

191,979 



6,301 
1,733 
17,675 

904 
2,580 

515 

168,778 



69,216 
458,474 
134,772 

429,462 



21,397 
86,539 
41,048 

120,035 



19,541 

121,522 

38,619 

122,009 



18,090 

140,014 

33,875 

113,804 



15,565 
123,987 
29,226 

102,929 



172,615 
37,914 
71,582 

106,694 
40,657 

172,938 



37,103 
16,130 
20,325 
32,215 
14,255 

72,299 



44,553 

11,871 
22,019 
31,944 
11,622 

54,237 



46,807 

8,846 

19,552 

28,977 

9,622 

41,140 



30,687 
19,784 
37.482 
57,460 
17,153 
5,002 
6,370 

155,694 



14,526 
9,665 
14,694 
18,658 
8,906 
2,635 
3,215 

49,866 



8,717 
6,325 
10,712 
20,437 
5,070 
1,272 
1,704 

68,490 



6,221 
4,084 
8,780 
16,535 
3,571 
895 
1,054 

46,550 



4,052 
19,363 
23,140 
23,541 
22,743 
19,877 

S,543 
20,732 
12,703 

70,997 



1,240 
2,765 
6,045 
8,912 
6,958 
8,254 
4,291 
6,574 
4,827 

33,265 



1,066 

6,589 

10,222 

13,433 

7,801 

10,493 

5,738 

9,373 

3,775 

32,770 



848 
6,743 
7,463 
7,315 
6,594 
5,941 
2,812 
5,992 
2,842 

18,650 



16,077 
20,879 
8,723 
25,318 

126,884 



7,563 

9,577 

5,938 

10,187 

45,138 



9,472 
7,387 
4,975 
10,955 

55,426 



4,837 
4,825 
2,247 
6,741 

38,670 



11,206 
21,539 
21,821 
72,318 

47,237 



6,616 

6,206 
9,926 
23,390 

17,277 



5,405 
10,407 

8,936 
30,678 

14,343 



2,905 

7,901 

5,891 

21,973 

11,829 



5,112 
15,790 
5,621 
5,678 
1,392 
3,590 
6,229 
2,825 

230,507 



1,376 
5,476 
2,648 
2,475 
409 
1,188 
2,587 
1,118 

64,551 



1,664 
4,980 
1,807 
1,722 

325 
1,102 
1,970 

773 

69,734 



1,468 

4,125 

1,226 

1,576 

350 

908 

1,547 

653 

70,809 



178,527 
19,289 
32.691 



40,280 
6,656 
8,715 



53,170 
6,613 
9,951 



54,796 
5,865 
10,148 



42,918 

7,939 

17,672 

26,186 

8,214 

36,518 



5,489 
5,574 
7,760 
14,908 
3,171 
789 
927 

41,045 



755 
6,468 
5,669 
6,730 
5,157 
5,295 
2,443 
4,991 
2,537 

16,478 



4,068 
4,340 
1,904 
6,155 

33,804 



2,650 
6,290 
5,296 
19,568 

10,551 



1,308 

3,727 

1,048 

1,388 

324 

834 

1,344 

578 

57,207 



44,590 
4,906 
7,611 



♦70,399 



I Include* no compcnMlion lor proprietor* end Krm member* of unincorpoceted bu*ioee*e*.^klclude* cualooa induatrie*. end amell mawlfectuiilifl pleot* not included 
ol Menulectuie* lor the reaaon lliat the vehie ol product o( eech alebliakmeiit U le** duui the minimum neceeeeiy to be deaied a* c menufecturin( plant. 



4,378 



723 
379 
2,786 
U3 
290 
87 

23,201 



2,625 
16,027 
4,649 

10,875 



3,889 
907 
1,880 
2,791 
1,408 

4,522 



732 
510 
1,020 
1,627 
400 
106 
127 

5,505 



93 
275 
794 
585 

1,437 
646 
369 

1,001 
306 

2,172 



769 
485 
343 
575 

4,866 



256 
1,611 

596 
2,405 

1.278 



160 
398 
177 
188 
26 
71 
203 



13,602 



10,106 

969 

2,9S7 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF ALABAMA 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

oi 
ettab- 
lith- 
ments 



RecdpU 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 
and (inn 
members 



Employees 
( hil|.time 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, 'and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including pov.or 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, adaressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Employment agencies 
Sign painting shops 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom Industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages) : 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes) : 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksiaith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom Industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaklng shops ( Including 

woodworking) 
Grist mills 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other Industries 

Miscellaneous services: 



7,620 



1,307 
46 

471 

492 
192 

18 

98 



161 
181 



39 
1,041 



144 
120 
521 



$16,077 



7,563 



9,472 



|4,837 



$4,068 



2,090 

189 

1,076 

975 

1,910 

70 
310 

1,198 



281 
234 
141 



198 
522 



296 
933 



116 
294 



1,347 

45 

464 

492 

155 

16 
91 



444 


11 


259 


7 


178 


11 


25 


10 


4 


3 


58 


30 


919 


107 



166 
198 



143 
119 
576 



1,265 

145 
761 

666 

517 

98 
105 

467 



24 
179 



136 
1,147 



401 
292 
449 



729 
86 
386 

268 

419 

29 



proprielors and firm member! o( unincorpoialed biism«ue> J^/lnclude: 
on thai the value of product of each etlablUhmcnt is leu than the i 















Vol. 1 


- Page 5 


CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 










BUSINESS 


STATE OF ARIZONA 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY KOLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active Employ 


ses 




Pay Rou.' 




Kind ot business 


o( 
estab- 


Receipts 


proprietors (full-tir 
and firm "«* P" 


rt- 




(add 000) 












lish- 




members time)- A 


vg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(add 000) 


for ye< 


" 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


1.381 


|5,112 


1.376 1, 


j64 


31,46B 


SI, 308 


$160 
















Barber shops 


302 


664 


305 


273 


217 


206 


11 


Barber and beauty shops 


25 


121 


27 


64 


60 


59 


1 


Beauty parlors 


160 


422 


166 


L52 


lie 


1C8 


10 


Cleaning, dyeingj pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


ICO 


373 


122 


L22 


97 


89 


8 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


42 


647 


43 


98 


129 


117 


12 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundries) 


29 


70 


34 


55 


29 


24 


5 


Photographic studios 


38 


144 


41 


32 


21 


18 


3 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


155 


242 


152 


70 


39 


31 


8 


Other personal services 


9 


24 


8 


11 


7 


2 


5 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


12 


98 


5 


50 


52 


51 


1 


aaployment agencies 


5 


5 


5 


2 


1 


1 


2/ 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


4 


137 


3 


29 


40 


39 


1 


Sipn painting shops 


19 


67 


21 


25 


28 


19 


9 


Other business services 


89 


793 


68 


327 


322 


267 


55 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages) : 
















Automobile laundries 


5 


22 


e 


11 


5 


9 


=/ 


Automobile paint shops 


8 


13 


9 


5 


3 


2 


1 


Automobile rsntal service 


6 


161 


3 


50 


40 


38 


2 


Automobile storage garages 


6 


62 


9 


15 


13 


13 


2/ 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


25 


303 


29 


71 


89 


85 


4 


Parking lots 


8 


16 


6 


10 


3 


3 


2/ 


Tire repair shops 


6 


13 


6 


1 


^, 


— 


^ .. 


Other automotive repairs 


6 


11 


7 


1 


2/ 


2/ 




Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes) : 
















Blacksmith shops 


44 


99 


47 


26 


22 


17 


5 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


6 


22 


6 


6 


6 


5 


1 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


9 


15 


9 


2 


2 


1 


1 


Radio repair shops 


14 


21 


14 


4 


3 


1 


2 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


15 


38 


16 


13 


11 


10 


1 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


43 


94 


42 


9 


6 


5 


1 


ether repair services 


29 


73 


30 


17 


18 


18 


2/ 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cablnetmaklng shops (including 
















woodworking) 


3 


6 


3 


2 


1 


— 


1 


Hemstitching, embroidering. 
















and buttonholing shops 


3 


2 


3 


1 


1 


— 


1 


Machine shops 


14 


48 


12 


10 


8 


5 


3 


tottress renovating and repair shops 


13 


11 


12 


2 


1 


1 


2/ 


Printing end publishing shojjs 


33 


70 


37 


22 


14 


11 


3 


Saw mills and jilanlng mills 


19 


39 


20 


14 


15 


15 


— 


'.'(elding shops 


19 


71 


20 


IS 


18 


17 


1 


Other industries 


29 


77 


22 


38 


22 


19 


3 


Miscellaneous services: 


7 


18 


8 


6 


3 


2 


1 



compensation for 



of Manuiacturc! 



alue of product of 



l/lncludes 
ihBtT the 



2/ LcM thin $500. 



Vol. II - Page 6 



CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF ARKANSAS 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 




Kind of business 


of 
estab- 


Receipts 


proprietors 
and firm 


(full-time 
and part- 




(add 000) 












lish- 




members 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Pait-time 




ments 


(add 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


5,427 


111,206 


5,616 


5,405 


»2,905 


$2,650 


$255 
















Barber shops 


1,199 


1,541 


1,250 


903 


505 


480 


25 


Barber and beauty shops 


31 


86 


37 


65 


43 


42 


1 


Beauty parlors 


516 


938 


529 


531 


294 


280 


14 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


379 


860 


400 


463 


220 


198 


22 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


148 


1,498 


149 


290 


248 


231 


17 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


26 


42 


26 


48 


12 


10 


2 


Photographic studios 


86 


190 


92 


47 


36 


34 


2 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


553 


711 


564 


210 


103 


94 


9 


Other personal services 


28 


327 


17 


164 


96 


96 


2/ 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


19 


174 


6 


78 


84 


67 


17 ■ 


Billboard advertising service 


11 


149 


7 


52 


54 


51 


3 


Dental laboratories 


10 


113 


13 


31 


34 


33 


1 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing. 
















and mailing list service 


7 


8 


7 


3 


1 





1 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


3 


70 


2 


19 


20 


20 


11 


Sign painting shops 


37 


84 


31 


38 


24 


19 


5 


Other business services 


156 


1,203 


123 


555 


457 


390 


67 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


7 


8 


7 


6 


2 


2 


2/ 


Automobile paint shops 


7 


50 


6 


22 


19 


18 


1 


Automobile radiator shops 


10 


18 


10 


6 


3 


2 


1 


Automobile rental service 


6 


69 


6 


16 


13 


13 





Automobile storage garages 


13 


71 


16 


15 


10 


10 


2/ 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


87 


97 


27 


38 


30 


26 


4 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


6 


24 


8 


4 


4 


4 





Parking lots 


3 


11 


3 


5 


3 


3 


2/ 


Tire repair shops 


14 


34 


14 


13 


7 


7 


2/ 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and dioes) : 
















Blacksmith shops 


600 


401 


618 


147 


45 


36 


9 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


7 


11 


8 


2 


1 





1 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


19 


25 


20 


5 


2 


2 


2/ 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


16 


27 


18 


4 


3 


3 




Radio repair shops 


58 


75 


60 


19 


9 


7 


2 


Upholstery and furniture repair s'aops 


44 


72 


49 


33 


19 


16 


3 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


171 


196 


173 


20 


10 


9 


1 


Other repair services 


177 


261 


184 


79 


58 


57 


1 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cabinetmaking shops ( including 
















woodworking) 


7 


6 


7 


2 


1 


1 


2/ 


Grist mills 


135 


74 


138 


36 


5 


2 


3 


Hemstitching, embroidering. 
















and buttonholing shops 


12 


12 


12 


3 


1 


1 


— 


Machine shops 


40 


108 


43 


39 


28 


23 


5 


Uattress renovating and repair shops 


23 


62 


27 


18 


12 


12 


2/ 


Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


30 


7 


37 


2 


2/ 


— 


ii 


Printing and publishing shops 


118 


278 


129 


116 


62 


57 


5 


Saw mills and planing mills 


390 


628 


443 


856 


183 


165 


18 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay ijaling, 
















and other agricultural services 


79 


23 


90 


24 


5 


— 


5 


Tinsmith shops 


17 


34 


17 


12 


8 


7 


1 


Welding shops 


34 


103 


38 


37 


32 


30 


2 


Other Industries 


145 


357 


143 


296 


87 


82 


S 


Uiscallansous services: 


13 


70 


12 


23 


12 


10 


2 



* Includes 
of Manufai 



compensation for propri 
s [or the reason that U 



J 'irm membert of unincorporated bi 
of product of each establifthment is 



included 

2/ LeM than (SOO. 















Vol. 


II - Page 7 


CENSUS OF 


SERVICE EST/i3L!SHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF CALIFORNIA 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Employee* 




Pay Rou* 






oi 




(full-time 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


esUb- 


ReceipU 


proprietors 
and firm 
members 


and put- 
















lish- 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Fulltime 


Part-time 




menu 


(add 000) 




lor year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal serrices: 


39,480 


$178,527 


40,280 


53,170 


*54,796 


♦44,690 


$10,106 
















Barber shops 


7,199 


14,916 


7,496 


4,437 


3,876 


3,569 


307 


Barber and beauty shops 


346 


1,496 


390 


674 


602 


571 


31 


Beauty parlors 


5,089 


15,768 


5,246 


6,557 


5,762 


5,333 


429 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing. 
















alteration, and repair shops 


4,710 


11,922 


4,796 


2,446 


1,830 


1,500 


330 


Funeral directors, embalners. 
















and crematories 


536 


13,299 


517 


1,732 


2,724 


2,579 


145 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundries) 


1,155 


3,771 


1,321 


1,470 


1,027 


907 


120 


Photographic studios 


795 


3,409 


797 


734 


691 


608 


83 


Rug cleaning and repairing shops 


150 


416 


164 


98 


67 


50 


17 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


4,011 


7,958 


4,002 


1,611 


1,261 


1,145 


115 


Other personal services 


634 


3,060 


639 


887 


943 


802 


141 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


301 


3,711 


215 


1,565 


1,918 


1,867 


51 


Billboard advertising service 


30 


3,859 


18 


754 


1,173 


1,127 


46 


Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 


44 


705 


40 


161 


228 


226 


2 


Dental laboratories 


190 


1,417 


208 


295 


384 


370 


14 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing. 
















and mailing list service 


115 


606 


129 


226 


180 


126 


54 


Employjiant agencies 


145 


1,824 


132 


277 


881 


868 


13 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


20 


564 


17 


141 


175 


172 


3 


Sign painting shops 


456 


1,162 


501 


275 


254 


187 


67 


Window cleaning service 


30 


1,580 


32 


1,253 


1,216 


1,157 


59 


Other business services 


1,556 


33,003 


1,289 


14,848 


15,795 


9,253 


6,542 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(eicludlng general repair garages) 
















Automobile laundries 


184 


711 


189 


384 


277 


206 


71 


Automobile paint shops 


2E7 


920 


242 


263 


254 


211 


43 


Automobile radiator shops 


63 


281 


67 


51 


56 


52 


4 


Automobile rental service 


69 


1,786 


43 


416 


526 


500 


26 


Automobile storage garages 


431 


3,750 


430 


924 


875 


813 


62 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


591 


3,602 


643 


909 


1,020 


903 


117 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


178 


650 


180 


85 


84 


77 


7 


Parking lots 


860 


3,518 


596 


971 


785 


692 


93 


Tire repair shops 


143 


536 


157 


59 


55 


51 


4 


Other automotive repairs 


125 


785 


133 


164 


177 


158 


19 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


600 


1,843 


630 


269 


316 


280 


35 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


123 


531 


129 


94 


80 


63 


17 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


59 


109 


62 


11 


9 


7 


2 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


327 


520 


327 


64 


61 


53 


8 


Radio repair shops 


590 


1,270 


621 


155 


109 


79 


30 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


532 


1,959 


551 


464 


446 


315 


131 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


1,146 


2,681 


1,169 


233 


217 


184 


33 


Other repair services 


1,221 


5,049 


1,317 


974 


1,132 


1,022 


110 


Custom Industries: 1/ 
















Cablnetmaking ^ops (including 
















woodworking) 


259 


582 


284 


95 


90 


60 


30 


Grist mills 


18 


70 


13 


30 


27 


26 


1 


Hemstitching, embroidering, 
















and buttonholing shops 


138 


276 


147 


87 


75 


63 


12 


Machine shops 


244 


778 


261 


145 


150 


119 


31 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


104 


688 


108 


159 


156 


138 


18 


Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


3 


13 


3 


2 


1 


1 


2/ 


Printing and publishing *op8 


839 


2,243 


906 


522 


350 


273 


77 


Saw mills and planing mills 


129 


239 


156 


142 


78 


75 


3 


Threshing, com shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


83 


636 


92 


330 


263 


155 


108 


Tinsmith shops 


104 


354 


111 


64 


60 


44 


16 


Welding shops 


276 


1,520 


305 


279 


300 


248 


52 


Other industries 


1,663 


4,667 


1,823 


1,540 


1,086 


928 


158 


Miscellaneous services: 


639 


10,514 


634 


2,844 


4,694 


4,477 


217 



of MuiufsctuK 



m«mbcTi o 



Bcorporated buBinei 
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Vol. II - Page 8 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF COLORADO 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
estab- 
lidv 
menU 



Receipt* 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
member* 



Employee* 
( fuU.time 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roix* 
(add 000) 



TOT.\L FOR JTATE 

Personal services: 
Berber shops 
Barber anrt beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration,, ana repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleaning and repairing shops 
;>hoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Employ:nent agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Window cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excludin,5 general repair garages): 
rtutomobile paint shops 
automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel tnd shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness end leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith ani gunsmith shops 
riadlo repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shop: 
Aatch, clock, and jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: !_/ 

Cabinetmaking shops (including 

woodworking:) 
Grist loills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, com shelling, hay baling 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other industries 



103 
123 



194 
152 



5,476 



$4,980 



1,739 

218 

1,507 

839 

2,150 



991 
188 



536 
207 



151 
391 
402 
102 
166 



226 
299 



455 
229 



154 
444 



1,055 

70 

613 

409 

109 

64 

116 



192 
157 



722 
102 

680 



143 
142 



125 

450 



107 
122 



$3,727 



Miscellaneous services: 



pioprietoTS and firm members o( unincofporai, 
m that the value of product of each eMabliihn 



Vol. II - Page 9 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF CONNECTICUT 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

o( 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



ReccipU 

(«dd OOP) 



Active 
proprieton 
and film 
members 



Employees 
(full-time 
snd part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roll* 

(add 000) 



TOTAL FCR STATE 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pr*?ssing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, einbalmers, and 

crematories 
Laxindries (not including power 

laundries 
Photographic studios 
Hug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

perlors (including hat cleani..^) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment end credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and Dialling list service 
iinployinent agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Window cleanir,£ service 
ether business services 

Repair services and custan industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Autoir.obile reiital service 
Automobile storage garages 
Autorr.obile top and body repair shops 
Battery :;nd igniticn repeir shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Slectrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
.vatch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaking shops (including 

woodworking) 
Cider mills and presses 
Crist mills 
Hemstitching, anbroiderlng, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
■Velding shops 
Other industries 

Ulscellaneoue services: 



7,454 



1,305 
13 
566 

912 

215 

180 
154 



5;26,560 



7.E31 



7.613 



S7.02t 



J6.301 



3,485 

87 

3,248 

1,925 

4,228 

287 
717 



2,105 
295 



57 

205 
263 

157 
1,788 



1,844 
18 
547 

366 

208 

132 
133 
23 

1,211 



1,238 

50 

1,437 

460 

587 

34 
157 



42 
1,299 

332 

726 

49 
133 



2/ 



116 
303 



2/ 



2/ 



2/ 



2/ 



:lu<l<;d ,n the Cenius 
. 2/ Less Ihan $500. 



Vol. II Page 10 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF DELAWARE 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

oi 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Receipts 
(add 000} 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
members 



Employees 
( full-time 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000] 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalners, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
rhotographic studios 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agsncies 
Sign painting shops 
-Window cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custon industries: 
Autoniotive repairs and services 
(excluding ^enertil rerair garages): 
AUtoiiObile laundries 
Autoiiiobile stortige garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
i'ai'king lots 
Other automotive repairs 
L'ther repair services (except 
apparel and shoes): 
Blackar.ith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Lockunith and f-unsir.ith shops 
Hadio repair shops 

Upholsterj' and furniture repair shops 
V/atch, clock, and Jevi'elry 

repair shops 
other repair services 
Custoci industries: 1/ 
Grist ri]ls 
i rir.tint: and rublishing shops 
Saw rails end planing irdlls 
Tlirejhin<i, corn chelling, hay baling 

and other agricultural services 
(Velding shops 
Other industries 

lliscellancous services: 



270 
10 
139 

130 



1^4,052 



1,066 



419 

32 

306 

269 

638 



I Includes no compeniatio 
of Muiuiactuie* tor the 



I And firm members ol untncorponlcd bu>in< 
value o( prtMlucI of each e*tablitkmeat it 



137 
128 



148 

44 

127 



Lfiufacturing planU not included in the Census 
u ■ manuUcturing plant. 2/ Leu than $500 















Vol. 11 


- Page 11 


CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Actire 
proprietors 
and firm 
members 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 






of 


Receipts 


(fuU4ime 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


etUb- 


and part- 










lisb- 




time). Avg. 


TolsJ 


FuU4ime 


Put-time 




menu 


(add 000) 




lor year 








TOTAL FOR DISTSICT OF COLUMBIA 
Personal services: 


2,962 


$19,363 


2,765 


6,589 


$6,743 


»6,468 


$275 
















Barber shops 


514 


1,754 


502 


1,023 


754 


736 


18 


Barber end beauty shops 


17 


125 


18 


64 


58 


58 


2/ 


Beauty parlors 


442 


2.426 


429 


1,246 


1,052 


1,027 


25 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing. 
















alteration, and repair shops 


522 


1,893 


486 


628 


426 


396 


30 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


68 


1,618 


70 


259 


361 


330 


31 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundries) 


196 


500 


204 


241 


121 


110 


11 


Photographic studios 


49 


851 


38 


275 


356 


349 


7 


Rug cleaning and repairing shops 


4 


10 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2/ 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


334 


830 


325 


215 


157 


152 


5 


Other personal services 


26 


182 


22 


66 


68 


65 


3 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


lb 


383 


7 


159 


300 


193 


7 


Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 


5 


112 


3 


31 


35 


32 


3 


Dental laboratories 


11 


346 


13 


109 


146 


146 


Zl 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 
















and mailing list service 


19 


195 


17 


113 


87 


73 


14 


anployment agencies 


8 


8 


8 


2 


1 


1 


— 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supoly service 


4 


154 


1 


32 


50 


50 


11 


Sign painting shops 


35 


122 


38 


40 


33 


29 


4 


Other business services 


141 


3,966 


96 


1,036 


1,727 


1,671 


56 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


4 


66 


3 


45 


38 


30 


8 


Automobile paint shops 


7 


210 


6 


63 


86 


83 


3 


Automobile radiator shops 


4 


14 


4 


5 


5 


5 


— 


Automobile rental service 


4 94 


3 


15 


24 


23 


1 


Automobile storage garages 


20 


541 


8 


169 


180 


179 


1 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


18 


234 


21 


71 


83 


77 


6 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


11 


59 


10 


12 


12 


12 


2/ 


Parking lots 


78 


691 


27 


164 


155 


150 


5 


Tire repair shops 


7 


32 


5 


8 


6 


6 


— 


Other automotive repairs 


5 


69 


6 


12 


16 


16 


— 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes) : 
















Blaotcsmith shops 


4 


4 


4 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


7 


44 


6 


21 


23 


23 


— 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


21 


61 


20 


15 


13 


12 


1 


Radio repair shops 


23 


105 


26 


33 


28 


25 


3 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


60 


249 


61 


69 


77 


72 


5 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repelr shops 


88 


248 


91 


27 


23 


21 


2 


Other repair services 


51 


472 


47 


120 


136 


124 


12 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cablnetnaking shops (Including 
















woodworking) 


8 


34 


10 


6 


7 


5 


2 


Printing and publishing shops 


52 


146 


55 


38 


37 


33 


4 


Tinsmith shops 


4 


15 


4 


6 


6 


5 


1 


Welding shops 


11 


96 


11 


21 


34 


34 


2/ 


Other Industries 


43 


163 


40 


58 


46 


42 


4 


Miscellaneous services: 


22 


241 


17 


69 


74 


71 


3 



oJ Muiul«ctiucs ioi 



Im* lliaii tfa« minii™»« mrwi] to b« cUaMd u > nunulacturinf plant. 2/ Lesa than $500. 



that Ike nine ol product o< —Ox MH hliJ ifn « « l 



Vol. II - Page 12 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF FLORIDA 

TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 

BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
etUb- 
lith- 
menu 



ReceipU 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 
and iirm 
members 



Employees 
(full-time 
and part- 
time). Avg- 
for year 



Pay Roll* 

(add 000) 



TOTAL FCR STATE 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors- 
Oleanlne, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not Including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal serTloes 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Employment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Window cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 

Autcmobile laundries 

Autcmobile pelnt shops 

Autcmobile radiator shops 

Autcmobile rental service 

Automobile storage garages 

Automobile top end body repair shops 

Battery and ignition repair shops 

Parking lots 

Tire repair shops 

Other autanotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes): 

Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 

Locksmith and gunsmith shops 

Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 

Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
repair shops 

Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaking shops (including 
woodworking) 

Grist mills 

Hemstitching, embroidering, 
and buttonholing shops 

Uachine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 

Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 

Printing and publishing shops 

Saw mills and planing mills 

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

Tinsmith shops 

Welding shops 

Other Industries 

Miscellaneous services: 



6.261 



1,351 
55 
652 

652 

ISO 

93 
1S2 

11 



213 
240 



158 
105 



#23.140 



6,045 



10.222 



♦7,463 



2.558 


1,340 


275 


50 


2,117 


652 


1,410 


645 


2,162 


161 


187 


99 


485 


152 


14 


9 


1,166 


568 


152 


57 


398 


18 


376 


3 



121 
331 



169 
371 
556 



102 

199 
139 

366 
660 



229 
169 



419 
227 



154 
836 



215 
251 



148 
107 



1,307 

146 

1,224 

724 

502 

184 
126 



189 
112 



116 
207 



164 
240 



154 
19 



937 
126 
832 



202 
112 



1,729 



2/ 
109 



♦6,669 



897 
122 

799 

346 
495 



196 
108 



180 
19 



» Includes 
of MwiufactuTca d 



proprieton ond iirm raomber* of unincorpor»l«d busi 
>n that the viJue of product o< each mtobliakroent u 



lessea.^^ Includes 
1am than the mji 



induitnes, *nd Haall manufacturing plant* not included in the Census 
neceuary to be claued m» a manutacturing plant. 2/ Less than $500. 



Vol. II - Page 13 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF GEORGIA 
ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
estab- 
lish- 
mcnU 



Receipts 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
members 



Employees 
(fuU4ime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 9 , 087 

Personal services: 

Barber shops 1,570 

Barber and beauty shops 

Beauty parlors 

Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
PhotOf-rraphic studios 
Rug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (iacludlng hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 



Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Employment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign pnlntlng shops 
.Vlndow cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custcin industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes) ; 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Vatch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaking shops (Including 

vjoodwo rking ) 
Grist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

^'att^«ss renovating and repair shops 
Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welling shops 
Other industries 

Miscellaneous services: 

« IncJud** no eom|>«i««tion fof pioprietoi« and Krai manbcn of 
ol Manufacnires lor the reason tbel the vmhie of product (J oo 



$23,541 



8,912 



13,433 



$7,315 



16,730 



2,922 

307 

1,791 

1,224 

3,168 



1,507 
140 



580 
322 



105 
130 
529 
328 
103 
197 



449 
1,240 



1,536 
57 
680 

645 

347 

69 
116 



125 
118 



172 
177 
783 



2,186 

241 

1,234 

912 

877 



206 
2,028 



1,229 
150 
717 

374 

659 



152 
128 



117 
385 



1,138 
148 
696 

346 

596 



148 

121 



104 
265 



orpoentod buiiBCMec.^^lncluc 
■tabluhaMnt u lees Ihon the 



cuBton induatriet. and noall manuiacturing plania not included ii 
linirmun nec^warv to be daaaad aa a manufacturing plant. '^/ Le 



the Ccnsua 

s Ihan $500 



Vol. II Page 14 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF IDAHO 
ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL. 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
esUb- 
lUh. 
ments 



ReceipU 
(add OOP) 



Active 
propriMon 
and firm 
membert 



Employees 
(fuU-time 
and pait- 

time). Avg. 
(or year 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000} 



TOT/U. FCR 3TAT5 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dydin^, precsing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Shoe repair chops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Dental laboratories 
Sign painting shops 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs snd services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile radiator shops 
ii.utomohile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and Ignition repair shops 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services {except 
apparel and shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and fxtrniture repair shops 
'.Vatch, clock, and jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/' 

Cabinetnaking shops (including 

woodworking) 
Grist mills 
r.^chine shops 

JiattresE renovating and repair shops 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
V/elding shops 
Other industries 

[.iiscelleneous services: 



« Include* no cotnpenutior 

oj Manufacture! for the 
3/ Average less than on< 



j5,621 






n members oi unincorpAraled bu«in 
product of each establiahiiMDl u 



836 
108 
469 

178 

580 

43 
140 

301 



129 
14 



155 
265 



• ±/\aduitt 



433 

34 

228 



243 
51 
209 



3/ 



E06 
34 

126 



2/ 



2/ 



uitont iDduatrie*, and 



■nail manufacturing 
daucd a* a manufi 



190 

30 

118 



lU not included in the Cenau* 
ring plant. 2/ LeM than C600. 















Vol. I 


- Page 15 


CENSUS OF 


SERVIC 


Z ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 




STATE OF ILLINOIS 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHME 


NTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 






of 




( full-time 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


ettab- 


ReceipU 


propneton 
and tinn 
members 


and part- 
















lith- 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(add 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
I>ersonal aerrlces: 


36,760 


$172,615 


37,108 


44,553 


$46,807 


$42,918 


$3,889 
















Barber shops 


7,934 


13,497 


8,211 


5,081 


3,455 


3,163 


292 


Barber and beauty shops 


230 


1,612 


236 


835 


778 


755 


23 


Beauty parlors 


4,432 


12,874 


4,493 


5,868 


4,470 


4,175 


295 


CleanlDg, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


4,193 


9,059 


4,256 


2,114 


1,363 


1,091 


272 


Funeral directors, embaliuers, and 
















crematories 


1,234 


17,396 


1,302 


2,377 


2,737 


2,446 


291 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundries) 


1,432 


3,811 


1,589 


1,460 


782 


681 


101 


Photographic studios 


609 


4,534 


582 


1,073 


1,745 


1,674 


71 


Rug cleaning and repairing shops 


81 


249 


80 


64 


54 


42 


12 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


3,916 


7,045 


3,883 


1,526 


1,029 


918 


111 


Other personal services 


554 


3,488 


502 


825 


975 


836 


139 


Business services: 
















Adjustment end credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


195 


3,969 


116 


1,412 


1,881 


1,852 


29 


Billboard advertising service 


20 


2,193 


13 


320 


635 


625 


10 


Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 


34 


957 


23 


259 


334 


329 


5 


Dental laboratories 


122 


1,432 


126 


413 


510 


497 


13 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing. 
















and mailing list service 


127 


915 


131 


471 


358 


291 


67 


Staployment agencies 


115 


580 


103 


200 


204 


192 


12 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


46 


1,642 


11 


262 


414 


408 


6 


Sign painting shops 


295 


1,371 


301 


369 


485 


389 


96 


Window cleaning service 


29 


330 


24 


179 


230 


195 


35 


Other business services 


979 


49,148 


675 


9,300 


14,946 


13,967 


979 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


46 


93 


45 


57 


28 


23 


5 


Autcmobile paint shops 


72 


314 


80 


108 


91 


75 


16 


Automobile radiator shops 


49 


252 


54 


55 


71 


70 


1 


Automobile rental service 


42 


1,125 


17 


252 


340 


325 


15 


Automobile storage garages 


613 


6,695 


552 


1,960 


1,879 


1,763 


116 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


237 


1,304 


253 


412 


443 


402 


41 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


131 


370 


. 142 


56 


43 


31 


12 


Parking lots 


166 


1,851 


75 


381 


373 


361 


12 


Tire repair shops 


144 


468 


145 


71 


69 


62 


7 


Other automotive repairs 


47 


387 


45 


101 


139 


135 


4 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


944 


1,114 


986 


149 


105 


86 


19 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


101 


374 


107 


68 


64 


57 


7 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


177 


214 


lo3 


15 


9 


7 


2 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


123 


215 


126 


35 


31 


28 


3 


Radio repair shops 


516 


843 


527 


154 


109 


93 


16 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


516 


1,668 


555 


420 


391 


319 


72 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


841 


1,999 


838 


283 


254 


226 


28 


^ihBT repair services 


933 


3,707 


968 


878 


1,012 


90S 


107 


Custom industries: 1_/ 
















CablnetmaklnK shops (including 
















woodworking) 


84 


113 


67 


30 


17 


8 


9 


Cider mills and presses 

Grist mills 

Hematltchlng. embroidering, 


13 
121 


5 
186 


14 
128 


38 


2/ 

22 


16 


6 


and buttonholing shops 


81 


193 


83 


80 


65 


57 
48 
23 


8 
10 
3 
2 
76 
22 


Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 


151 
24 


341 
104 


162 
20 


74 
32 


58 
26 


Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


11 


9 


11 


7 


2 
492 


Printing and publishing shops 


893 


2,374 


936 


681 


416 

38 


Saw mills and planing mills 


149 


202 


164 


176 


60 


Threshing, com shelling, hay baling. 












and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
leldlng shops 
Other industries 


1,114 
202 
191 

1,064 


799 

473 

755 

3,287 


1,347 
210 
201 

1,052 


470 

119 

204 

1,343 


153 

85 

207 

919 


74 
49 

167 
794 


79 
36 
40 
125 


Hlacellaneous services: 


387 


4,679 


338 


1,434 


1,865 


1,734 


131 



[ unincoipoTBled bin 
;ac)i etlabliihment i 



.J^/ Includes 
than the 



eluded 
plant. 2/ Le 



Vol. II - Page 16 



CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF INDIANA 










TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, 


PERSONNEL, AND PAV 


ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
members 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 






oi 


Receipt* 


( full-time 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


otab- 


and pari 










lUh- 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Fulltime 


Part-time 




ments 


(add 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


15,354 


437,914 


16,130 


11,871 


$8,846 


$7,939 


$907 
















Barber shops 


3,638 


5,079 


3,841 


1,879 


1,186 


1,060 


126 


Barber and beauty shops 


99 


348 


114 


197 


146 


142 


4 


Beauty parlors 


2,019 


3,287 


2,059 


1.495 


923 


856 


67 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


962 


2,176 


1,013 


736 


424 


359 


65 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


654 


7,625 


756 


1,215 


1,146 


994 


152 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


150 


170 


164 


81 


24 


16 


8 


Photographic studios 


520 


927 


330 


220 


178 


159 


19 


Rug cleaning and repairing shops 


18 


38 


20 


15 


10 


7 


3 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors {including hat cleaning) 


1,307 


2,378 


1,308 


690 


419 


387 


32 


Other personal services 


74 


134 


76 


42 


27 


23 


4 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


52 


565 


21 


278 


323 


319 


4 


Billboard advertising service 


22 


610 


10 


136 


176 


167 


9 


Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 


7 


101 


6 


31 


28 


28 


— 


Dental laboratories 


22 


150 


24 


40 


53 


51 


2 


Dupllcotinp,, i.ddrossing, mailing, 
















and mailing list service 


35 


128 


28 


67 


47 


43 


4 


Employment agencies 


14 


57 


13 


23 


23 


22 


1 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


18 


498 


3 


106 


115 


115 


2/ 


Sign painting shops 


159 


271 


172 


53 


44 


35 


9 


Window cleaning service 


12 


120 


14 


61 


48 


47 


1 


Other business services 


323 


3,365 


226 


1,225 


1,453 


1,363 


90 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


34 


75 


32 


63 


26 


13 


13 


Automobile paint shops 


42 


81 


41 


21 


19 


18 


1 


Automobile radiator shops 


40 


113 


43 


21 


21 


18 


3 


Automobile rental service 


11 


246 


7 


74 


54 


51 


3 


Automobile 3torat:e garages 


126 


827 


114 


289 


232 


222 


10 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


156 


678 


170 


241 


204 


181 


23 


Battery and Ignition repair shops 


64 


192 


65 


37 


29 


26 


3 


Parking lots 


72 


323 


44 


124 


96 


92 


4 


Tire repair shops 


66 


194 


63 


36 


28 


24 


4 


Other automotive repairs 


15 


79 


14 


19 


23 


22 


1 


Ot'ner repair services (except 
















apparel end shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


646 


559 


677 


72 


37 


31 


6 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


47 


113 


51 


31 


17 


12 


5 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


115 


149 


121 


12 


6 


5 


1 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


37 


84 


37 


16 


14 


14 


— 


Radio repair shops 


259 


286 


271 


46 


24 


19 


5 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


187 


253 


194 


51 


34 


22 


12 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


364 


629 


370 


82 


61 


55 


6 


Other repair services 


498 


919 


500 


246 


195 


180 


15 


r.v.:^i.,:n indii^trips: Jj' 
















"Mbinptmnk 1 np nhopfi (including 
















woodworking) 


46 


41 


49 


4 


3 


2 


1 


Cider mills and presses 


12 


3 


12 


1 


2/ 


— 


2/ 


Orist mills 


111 


203 


123 


55 


24 


18 


6 


Hemstitching, embroidering. 
















and buttonholing shops 


18 


20 


17 


7 


4 


4 


2/ 


Mnchine shops 


123 


231 


127 


63 


45 


33 


12 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


4 


5 


4 


1 


2/ 


— 


2/ 


ttolasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


35 


19 


.37 


11 


5 


2 


3 


Printing nnd publishing shops 


285 


651 


303 


273 


141 


113 


28 


Saw mills and planing mills 


192 


234 


241 


222 


54 


43 


21 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


1,092 


647 


1,457 


360 


100 


42 


58 


Tinsmith shops 


131 


323 


137 


73 


55 


41 


14 


Welding shops 


115 


273 


129 


73 


56 


49 


7 


Other Industries 


395 


967 


378 


476 


296 


270 


26 


Miscellaneous services: 


111 


470 


104 


171 


140 


124 


16 



I Includes no compenulion for proprietorB and lirm mcmberi o( uniocorporated btii 
of Muiufacturei (or the reuon that U»e value of product ol each establiahmeDt i 



*-,X/lncIudci custom industries, and 



the Ce) 

than $500. 



Vol. II - Page 17 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF IOWA 
TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
esUb- 
lUlv 
menu 



Receipts 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
meml>ers 



Employees 
( full4ime 



part- 

). Avg. 
year 



Pay Rou." 
(add 000) 



T OTAL FOR STATE 

ersonal services: 
Barber ahopa 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlore 
Gleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleaning? and repairing sbops 
Shoe repair sbops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
f^^ther personal services 

Business serTlces: 

Adjustnient and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Blueprintinff and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, raelllng, 

and malllna; list service 
EmDloyment af?encies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign palntin*^ shoos 
Window cleaning? service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Autotnotlve repairs and services 
(exeludln'' general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
ParkinK lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel end shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
"Vatch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries J./ 

Ceblnetmaklng shops (including 

woodworking) 
Grist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Molasses, sor'^hum, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shons 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other Industries 



Miscellaneous services: 

I Include* no compenwlion (or pri 
<4 M«nuiactuie> for (he re««on t 



15,550 



2,867 

147 

1,436 

537 

414 



109 

10 

348 



264 
140 



250 
481 



130,687 



14,536 



8,717 



♦6,821 



4,288 

502 

2,875 

1,317 

4,215 



1,634 
162 



529 

369 



394 
232 



2,756 



394 
587 
175 



1,404 



318 
236 



412 

783 



mnd firm m«inberi 
value of product < 



409 
106 



1,828 



149 

305 



of unincorporated buainer 
each estebliahmcnt is l< 



780 
168 
401 
732 



3,044 

167 

1,483 

559 

434 



267 
148 



255 
492 



425 
128 



2,427 



173 
319 



1,367 

215 
1,120 

338 

646 



124 
199 



884 
166 
715 

196 

527 



100 
190 



105 
342 



be claued 



$5,489 



807 
159 
663 



125 I 



lufhclurin^ pluiu not included i 
a a manuiacturing plant. 2/ Le! 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF KANSAS 

TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 

BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind o( business 



Number 
of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Receipts 

(add 000) 



Active 

proprietora 

and firm 

members 



Employee* 
(hiU-Ume 
and put- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000) 



Total 



Full-time 



Part-time 



TOTAL FOR STA.TB 

Personai sarrlces: 
Barber ahops 
Barbar and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not Including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (Including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services; 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard adrertisins service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
anployiuent agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
'iVindow cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair ssrviees (except 
apparel and shoes) : 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
H arness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and Jewelrj' 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinstmaking shops (including 

woodworking) 
Cider Willis and presses 
Crist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Uachlne shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other industries 



Miscellaneous services: 



9,290 



2,042 
163 
884 

554 

265 



47 

1,095 
30 
134 
131 

34 



$19,784 



9,665 



6,325 



♦4,084 



2,777 


2,128 


566 


172 


1,452 


898 


1,467 


582 


2,908 


282 


69 


45 


519 


232 



1,296 



199 
32 



1,630 



10 
158 
551 
236 

40 
131 



788 
188 



134 
140 



365 
559 



776 
12 



224 
283 



1,174 
396 
675 

525 

457 



3/ 



690 
242 

356 

298 
409 



2/ 



2/ 



2/ 



167 
13 



♦3.574 



"• l/lnclude, 
thtn the mm 



631 

232 

312 

261 
343 



2/ 



included 
2/ U 



tb« Census 
than $500. 















Vol. II 


- Page 19 


CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF KENTUCKY 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 
proprietora 
and finn 
mem ben 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 






oi 


ReceipU 


(hdl4ime 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


estab- 


and part- 










lish- 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-lime 


Part-time 




mesits 


(add 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


9,264 


$20,879 


9,577 


7,387 


|4,825 


$4,340 


$485 
















Barber shops 


1,814 


2,621 


1,866 


1,198 


714 


666 


48 


Barber and beauty shops 


34 


142 


36 


84 


58 


58 


£/ 


Beauty parlors 


694 


1,483 


692 


713 


464 


436 


28 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing. 
















alteration, and repair shops 


594 


1,523 


601 


684 


387 


358 


29 


Funeral directors, anbalmers, and 
















crematories 


371 


3,940 


*41 


713 


632 


553 


79 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


54 


102 


58 


81 


32 


29 


3 


Photographic studios 


122 


382 


120 


91 


86 


79 


7 


Rug cleaning and repairing shops 


10 


22 


10 


8 


7 


7 


1/ 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors {including hat cleaning) 


727 


1,320 


726 


398 


234 


219 


15 


Other personal services 


29 


91 


30 


31 


23 


21 


2 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


41 


751 


23 


277 


391 


385 


6 


Dental laboratories 


20 


146 


24 


39 


39 


39 


2/ 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing 
















and mailing list service 


3 


24 


2 


11 


7 


5 


2 


Binployment agencies 


8 


14 


8 


5 


3 


3 


2/ 


Sign painting shops 


70 


142 


72 


50 


42 


35 


7 


Window cleaning service 


3 


19 


2 


12 


12 


12 


— 


Other business services 


171 


1,377 


130 


402 


428 


359 


69 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


14 


17 


15 


11 


3 


3 


2/ 


Automobile paint shops 


13 


47 


17 


18 


16 


15 


1 


Autonobile radiator shops 


10 


19 


10 


5 


3 


2 


1 


Automobile rental service 


11 


226 


7 


57 


58 


54 


4 


Automobile storage garages 


59 


327 


56 


128 


87 


86 


1 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


34 


131 


38 


46 


35 


33 


2 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


13 


31 


14 


8 


5 


4 


1 


Parking lots 


30 


83 


26 


32 


17 


16 


1 


Tire repair shops 


28 


84 


29 


21 


20 


16 


4 


Other automotive repairs 


3 


30 


3 


8 


7 


7 


2/ 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


802 


477 


826 


99 


33 


27 


6 


ELeotrical appliance repair shops 


18 


96 


18 


13 


17 


16 


1 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


33 


39 


33 


8 


5 


5 


2/ 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


24 


53 


25 


14 


17 


17 


2/ 


Radio repair shops 


158 


222 


163 


38 


21 


18 


3 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


129 


164 


134 


44 


27 


23 


4 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


234 


449 


239 


70 


52 


47 


5 


Other repair services 


410 


590 


425 


165 


131 


117 


14 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cablnetmaklng shops (including 
















woodworking) 


32 


32 


37 


6 


3 


2 


1 


Grist mills 


945 


436 


969 


166 


32 


22 


10 


Hemstitching, embroidering, 
















and buttonholing shops 


11 


5 


12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Machine shops 


57 


111 


63 


36 


27 


25 


2 


Molasses, sorghim, end syrup mills 


67 


13 


72 


4 


2 


2 


2/ 


Printing and publishing shops 


135 


311 


132 


120 


75 


66 


9 


Saw mill 8 and planing mills 


557 


613 


640 


794 


166 


125 


41 


Threehing, corn shelling, bay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


377 


241 


440 


271 


66 


34 


32 


Tinsmith shops 


51 


110 


57 


40 


24 


20 


4 


Welding shops 


35 


91 


37 


31 


23 


21 


2 


Other Industries 


141 


386 


134 


191 


115 


108 


7 


Miscellaneous services: 


68 


1,346 


65 


146 


179 


145 


34 



of Mimi 



.n that the vahie of prtxiuct ol each 



ioconxnted buainenCk.jy In dudes custom industrio, and small manufactunng plants nol includad 
estsbliefaiMnt U !•« than tti« minimum naccsMry !•> be classed as s manulai-turing plant. 2/ Uss than $500- 



Vol. II - Page 20 



CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 










BUSINESS 


STATE OF LOUISIANA 












TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, REfFlPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 










BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 














Number 




Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
members 


Empioy^es 




Pay Roll* 






Kind of business 


of 
etUb- 


Receipt* 


( tulLtime 
and part 




(add 000) 
















liih- 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time I 




msnts 


(add 000) 




for year 










TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


G.352 


$21,r'39 


5,206 


10, "107 


*7,901 


*6,290 


«1 


611 


















Barber shops 


1.7S0 


2,372 


1,778 


1,00' 


6 S3 


668 




15 


Barber and beauty shops 


26 


139 


31 


85 


60 


60 
419 


2/ 


Beauty parlors . 


556 


1,228 


563 


791 


440 


21 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 














alteration, and repair shopu 


7Ui) 


1,431 


724 


899 


419 


388 




31 


Funeral directors, embalmers, ana 
















crematories 


176 


2,2&o 


143 


616 


653 


619 




34 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundries) 


87 


126 


88 


103 


31 


24 




7 
3 


Photographic studios 


100 


307 


98 


99 


61 


58 




Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


631 


961 


626 


370 


177 


166 
12 




11 
3 


Other personal services 


as 


50 


21 


40 


15 




Business services: 


















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 


















collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 


27 
14 


400 
403 


11 
8 


299 
91 


223 

116 

14 

124 


221 
114 
14 
124 




2 

2 


Blueprinting and photostat leboratorles 


4 


78 




20 
100 




Dental laboratories 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing. 


14 


316 


9 


i/ 




and mailing list service 


9 


40 


12 


15 


8 
7 


6 






Employment agencies 


3 


16 


2 


3 




2 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 










7 






supply service 
Sign painting shops 


6 
37 


83 
146 


2 
43 


31 

45 

15 

3,936 


31 

46 

15 

3,625 


31 




~ 


Window cleaning service 
Other business services 


3 
239 


21 
6,410 


2 
150 


40 

14 

2,269 


1, 


6 

1 
356 


Repair services and custom industries: 


















Automotive repairs and services 


















(excluding general repair garages): 


















Automobile laxindries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 


10 
14 
14 

58 
49 


27 

43 

88 

550 

290 


11 

15 
10 
42 
52 


18 
23 
24 
203 

143 


12 
16 
23 
165 
119 
26 
58 
23 


12 
15 
23 
161 
114 


2/ 
2/ 


1 
4 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


21 


160 


24 


33 
90 
21 




5 


Parking lots 

Tire repair shops 

Other automotive repairs 


37 
25 
3 


204 
115 
53 


31 
22 
10 


25 
56 
23 


2/ 


1 
2 


Other repair services (except 




24 


17 


17 


2/ 




apparel and shoes): 


















Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 


385 
15 


265 
55 


395 
15 


69 
11 


28 
12 


?f 




4 


Harness and leather goods 






U 




1 


repair shops 


3 


2 

47 


3 
28 
121 
92 












Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


27 


15 
35 
41 


— 


— 




— 


Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


111 
88 


392 
120 


10 
20 


9 
18 




1 
2 


Watch, clock, and jewelry 






21 


15 




6 


repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 


152 
186 


250 
502 


153 
193 


45 
151 


38 
124 


38 
118 


2/ 


6 


Cabinetmaking shops (including 


















woodworking) 
Orlst mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 


16 
132 


33 
82 


16 
133 


11 
39 


6 
10 


4 
8 




2 
2 


and buttonholing shops 


12 


13 


13 
43 
35 
63 
110 
30 












Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 

Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


44 
34 
57 


184 
72 
35 


6 
81 
24 
28 
127 


3 
71 
12 


3 
67 
11 


2/ 


4 

1 


Printing and publishing shops 
Saw Qllls and planing mills 


112 
32 


313 
76 


7 
77 


4 
74 




3 
3 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 




135 


23 


20 




3 


and other agricultural services 


7 


3 

46 

144 

366 














Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other induatries 


28 
36 
133 


7 
30 
37 
114 


2 

12 
47 
186 


1 

7 

45 

91 


1 

5 

37 

80 


2/ 


2 

8 
11 


Miscellaneous services: 


33 


196 


29 


106 


88 


43 




i.-i 



* Includes no compens 
bi Manulacturei for the 



and firrr 



Vol. 11 - Page 21 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF MAINE 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

o( 
c*Ub- 
lisb- 
menb 



ReceipU 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietore 
and firm 
members 



Employees 
(full4ime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roll' 
(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Persooal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (Including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Employment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
'.Vindow cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom Industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages) : 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes) : 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom Industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaklng shops (including 

woodworking) 
Cider mills and presses 
Grist mills 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, com shelling, hay ballnfe 

and other agricultiiral services 
Welding shops 
Other industries 

Miscellaneous services: 



482 
167 
136 



$9.551 



3.586 



$a.ll2 



1,478 

91 

1,060 

366 

1,604 

75 
298 



308 
147 



209 
197 



159 
296 



1,014 



173 
137 



3/ 



247 
35 
263 



2/ 



2/ 



$1.733 



232 
32 
243 



2/ 



$379 



2/ 



2/ 



2/ 



2/ 



proprietor* uk) firm m«nab«ra of uniaceiporalod busineu«».J[/ Id eludes 
m thai U)« ™l«« o* product o( oach «iUbli«hmeot ia less lh«i the mii 



indiutries, utd nnall muiufkcturing plant* not included in the Cen*u* 
be cluaed w ■ manufacturing plant. 2/ Lea* than $500. 



Vol. 11 - Page 22 
















CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF MARYLAND 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 






of 




(fuU4ime 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


e*Ub- 
lish- 


ReccipU 


proprieton 
and Kmi 
tnemben 


and pait- 
time). Avg. 








Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




■neots 


(add 000) 




loT year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


7,058 


122,743 


6,958 


7,801 


|6,594 


♦5,157 


♦1,437 
















Barber shops 


1,534 


2,745 


1,624 


1,042 


701 


643 


58 


Barber and beauty shops 


21 


121 


20 


67 


67 


63 


4 


Beauty parlors 


1,010 


2,202 


998 


1,002 


698 


646 


52 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


900 


1,765 


894 


542 


333 


278 


55 


Funeral directors, embalraers, and 
















crematories 


235 


2,938 


246 


423 


451 


389 


62 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


165 


271 


162 


130 


59 


50 


9 


Photographic studios 


78 


391 


72 


88 


96 


93 


3 


Rug cleaalng and repairing shops 


5 


7 


5 


2 


1 


— 


1 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (Including hat cleaning) 


906 


1,567 


893 


410 


268 


244 


24 


Other personal services 


68 


288 


72 


90 


75 


64 


11 


Business services: 
















Adjustioent and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


21 


495 


9 


171 


222 


218 


4 


Billboard advertising service 


5 


62 


1 


25 


34 


32 


2 


Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 


4 


64 


3 


25 


20 


20 


2/ 


Dental laboratories 


12 


262 


12 


114 


123 


122 


1 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 
















and mailing list service 


10 


91 


5 


59 


45 


42 


3 


Enployment agencies 


24 


51 


22 


15 


15 


14 


1 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


6 


37 


5 


12 


10 


9 


1 


Sign painting shops 


55 


181 


57 


58 


48 


45 


3 


Window cleaning service 


4 


27 


4 


13 


6 


4 


2 


Other business services 


136 


3,371 


84 


1,663 


1,871 


869 


1,002 


Kepalr services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


12 


42 


13 


19 


10 


10 


2/ 


Automobile paint shops 


16 


72 


20 


28 


27 


26 


1 


Automobile radiator shops 


14 


95 


12 


39 


39 


37 


2 


Automobile rental service 


11 


139 


4 


41 


46 


43 


3 


Automobile storage garages 


92 


563 


86 


222 


154 


142 


12 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


59 


509 


60 


174 


180 


175 


5 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


27 


82 


27 


15 


11 


10 


1 


Parking lots 


31 


184 


13 


88 


62 


61 


1 


Tire repair shops 


26 


166 


26 


24 


16 


15 


1 


Other automotive repairs 


6 


36 


4 


14 


10 


10 


2/ 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes) : 
















Blacksmith shops 


138 


190 


143 


46 


35 


29 


6 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


8 


74 


7 


21 


20 


19 


1 


Hsrness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


22 


33 


24 


6 


4 


4 


2/ 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


14 


25 


15 


2 


2 


2 




Radio repair shops 


164 


230 


173 


39 


28 


24 


4 


Upholstery and furniture repair sho:,s 


113 


340 


113 


105 


89 


73 


16 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


146 


311 


139 


53 


39 


36 


3 


Other repair services 


242 


949 


251 


232 


230 


209 


21 


Custom Industries: 1/ 
















Cablnetmaklng shops (including 
















woodworking) 


20 


16 


19 


5 


3 


2 


1 


Cider mills and presses 


7 


3 


9 


4 


1 





1 


Grist mills 


34 


103 


37 


22 


10 


9 


1 


Hemstitching, embroidering, 
















and buttonholing shops 


13 


15 


13 


5 


4 


2 


2 


Machine shops 


20 


42 


24 


16 


7 


4 


3 


Printing and publishing shops 


145 


328 


147 


94 


61 


52 


9 


Saw mills and planing mills 


45 


60 


48 


74 


22 


17 


5 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 
















and other agricultural services 


83 


83 


82 


45 


16 


6 


10 


Tinsmith shops 


25 


61 


27 


21 


13 


11 


2 


Welding shops 


41 


272 


41 


75 


100 


98 


2 


Other industries 


130 


389 


136 


193 


107 


95 


12 


Miscellaneous serviesa: 


55 


395 


57 


128 


105 


91 


14 



( Includes no comp«n»«lion for proprieton uid tirm m«mben o( unincoTporalcd bti»ine«»e«._iyUiclude< 
of Muiulsctuiea for the reaaon that the value ol product of each cetabluhmeot U less than the mil 



induatric*, and mall manufactunng plants not included in the CcnMu 
be classed as ■ roaoufacturing plant. Z/ Leu than $500. 















Vol. II 


f'ai(- 2:5 


CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS 


, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
members 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 






of 


ReceipU 


( full-time 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


estab- 


and part- 










litli- 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(.dd 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


El, 878 


*77,081 


21,747 


22,009 


»20,461 


»17,675 


92, 786 
















Barber shops 


4,755 


8,918 


4,899 


2,834 


2,133 


1,878 


255 


Barber and beauty shops 


156 


714 


166 


374 


297 


267 


30 


Beauty parlors 


2,682 


7,606 


2,579 


3,129 


2,503 


2,352 


151 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing. 
















alteration, end repair shops 


2,586 


5,119 


2,510 


1,053 


745 


599 


146 


Funeral directors, amb aimers , and 
















crematories 


746 


9,936 


709 


1,649 


1,914 


1,615 


299 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


1,218 


2,151 


1,261 


513 


279 


245 


34 


Photographic studios 


380 


1,977 


337 


563 


614 


557 


57 


Rug cleaning and repalrlBg shops 


55 


165 


56 


42 


32 


25 


7 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


2,949 


5,437 


2,956 


1,105 


759 


676 


93 


Other personal services 


315 


1,396 


310 


335 


348 


319 


29 


Business services: 
















Adjustment end credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


57 


1,543 


24 


596 


788 


779 


9 


Billboard advertising service 


5 


275 


2 


69 


124 


113 


11 


Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 


6 


64 


4 


20 


24 


24 


2/ 


Dental laboratories 


98 


841 


95 


241 


286 


279 


7 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing. 
















and mailing list service 


55 


500 


54 


201 


196 


169 


27 


Employment agencies 


82 


128 


82 


32 


28 


26 


2 


Llr.an, coat, apron, and overall 
















f.u-jily service 


52 


839 


35 


191 


206 


200 


6 


Sign painting shops 


239 


825 


252 


226 


208 


162 


46 


'.Vindow cleaning service 


64 


553 


62 


306 


336 


308 


28 


Other business services 


435 


8,809 


319 


3,460 


3,805 


2,907 


898 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















( excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


19 


108 


17 


38 


37 


35 


2 


Autoinobile paint shops 


66 


227 


69 


70 


55 


43 


23 


Auto-aoblle radiator shops 


43 


136 


44 


35 


28 


25 


3 


Autcaoblle rental service 


38 


327 


27 


110 


106 


92 


14 


Automobile storage garages 


335 


2,997 


273 


706 


755 


703 


53 


Auto.iiOblle top and body repair shops 


222 


1,488 


227 


501 


557 


503 


54 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


101 


391 


101 


72 


50 


54 


6 


Parking lots 


85 


308 


65 


84 


66 


61 


5 


Tire repair shops 


61 


247 


53 


43 


37 


31 


5 


Other automotive repairs 


29 


379 


23 


92 


140 


138 


2 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blaclcsmith shops 


251 


577 


267 


115 


121 


99 


22 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


32 


166 


34 


35 


39 


34 


5 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


42 


49 


43 


4 


3 


2 


1 


Locksralth and gunsnilth shops 


112 


216 


117 


30 


27 


25 


2 


Radio repair shops 


268 


559 


278 


86 


65 


53 


13 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


385 


1,150 


422 


255 


223 


172 


51 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


519 


1,323 


530 


155 


137 


123 


14 


Other repair services 


503 


1,557 


515 


371 


408 


342 


56 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cablnetmaking shops (including 
















woodworking) 


81 


159 


90 


29 


22 


8 


14 


Cider mills and presses 


20 


16 


22 


5 


2 


1 


1 


Orlst mills 


5 


6 


5 


2 


2/ 


— 


2/ 


Hemstitching, embroidering. 
















and buttonholing shops 


38 


96 


45 


37 


29 


24 


5 


Machine shops 


86 


260 


89 


72 


52 


52 


10 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


16 


46 


14 


16 


11 


10 


1 


Printing and publishing shops 


450 


1,211 


456 


297 


235 


198 


38 


Saw mills and planing mills 


35 


53 


40 


41 


15 


14 


2 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


3 


3 


4 


3/ 


2/ 


— 


2/ 


Tinsmith shops 


38 


157 


37 


46 


51 


47 


4 


Welding shops 


83 


400 


80 


94 


108 


95 


13 


Other industries 


787 


2,320 


746 


946 


685 


611 


74 


Miscellaneous services: 


299 


2,253 


282 


672 


727 


580 


147 



iBch establithmenl i 



II muiufacturing plonU nol included in the i:en«u» 

ued u B manuUctoring planl. 2/ Less than $500. 



Vol. II - Page 24 



CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF MICHIGAN 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 










Kind ot business 


Number 

oi 
ettab- 


ReceipU 


Active 
proprietors 
and iirm 
membert 


Employeo 
( fulltime 
and part- 


Pay Roll* 
(add 000) 










lUh- 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Fulltime 


Part-time 




menU 


(add 000) 




(or year 








TOTAL TOR STATE 
Personal services; 


20,278 


*71,582 


20,325 


22,019 


19,552 


17,672 


1,880 
















Barber shops 


4,478 


7,939 


4,585 


3,068 


2,068 


1,839 


229 


Barber and beauty shops 


342 


1,737 


372 


909 


717 


679 


38 


Beauty parlors 


2,534 


6,140 


2,484 


2,631 


1,974 


1,825 


149 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


1,972 


5,040 


2,022 


1,371 


872 


711 


161 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


748 


8,920 


752 


1,306 


1,253 


1,062 


201 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundries) 


626 


1,252 


644 


498 


230 


187 


43 


Photographic studios 


390 


1,970 


367 


536 


581 


535 


46 


Rug cleaning and repairing shops 


23 


54 


25 


15 


11 


11 


2/ 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


2,255 


3,905 


2,256 


865. 


538 


479 


59 


Other personal services 


218 


1,027 


225 


281 


246 


205 


41 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


115 


1,494 


73 


680 


765 


749 


16 


Billboard advertising service 


17 


248 


10 


73 


105 


101 


4 


Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 


11 


169 


9 


53 


60 


55 


5 


Dental laboratories 


72 


493 


73 


132 


137 


133 


4 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing. 
















and mailing list service 


37 


227 


31 


88 


76 


70 


6 


ii^nployiuent agencies 


28 


117 


31 


32 


31 


29 


2 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


32 


696 


23 


130 


146 


144 


2 


Sign painting shops 


208 


532 


223 


150 


123 


95 


28 


Window cleaning service 


29 


572 


24 


320 


369 


286 


83 


Other business services 


413 


11,048 


279 


3,615 


4,795 


4,558 


237 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automobile repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


41 


165 


33 


168 


67 


62 


5 


Automobile paint shops 


48 


208 


54 


56 


54 


48 


6 


Automobile radiator shops 


46 


158 


47 


32 


33 


31 


2 


Automobile rental service 


28 


514 


22 


128 


148 


101 


47 


Automobile storage garages 


161 


1,897 


137 


621 


646 


630 


16 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


202 


1,158 


231 


331 


343 


308 


35 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


65 


307 


71 


63 


50 


47 


3 


Parking lots 


384 


1,230 


227 


461 


369 


334 


35 


Tire repair shops 


70 


348 


70 


68 


70 


66 


4 


Other automotive repairs 


35 


214 


33 


57 


59 


52 


7 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


370 


448 


395 


54 


37 


31 


6 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


52 


272 


55 


57 


53 


48 


5 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


79 


136 


82 


17 


8 


6 


2 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


76 


129 


80 


18 


15 


15 


2/ 


Radio repair shops 


300 


482 


318 


87 


58 


47 


11 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


310 


901 


333 


246 


205 


162 


43 


Watch, clock, and jewelry 
















repair shops 


470 


1,130 


476 


180 


166 


152 


14 


Other repair services 


421 


1,670 


433 


427 


485 


422 


63 


Custom industries: \J 
















Cabinetmaklng shops (including 
















woodworking) 


56 


101 


57 


24 


23 


18 


5 


Cider mills and presses 


29 


26 


36 


7 


2 


2 


2/ 


Grist mills 


101 


253 


107 


63 


43 


39 


4 


Hemstitching, embroidering, 
















and buttonholing shops 


20 


33 


20 


17 


11 


10 


1 


Machine shops 


105 


203 


110 


44 


38 


34 


4 


Iflattress renovating and repair shops 


19 


136 


19 


35 


37 


34 


3 


liolasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


6 


7 


5 


3 


1 


1 


2/ 


Printing and publishing shops 


492 


1,312 


515 


449 


259 


217 


42 


Saw mills and planing mills 


87 


168 


99 


137 


64 


57 


7 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


612 


572 


698 


265 


108 


75 


33 


Tinsmith shops 


87 


211 


93 


36 


32 


26 


6 


Welding shops 


182 


664 


199 


145 


132 


108 


24 


Other industries 


539 


1,497 


540 


566 


396 


349 


47 


Miseellaneous services: 


235 


1,452 


222 


404 


433 


387 


*6 



k Include* no c 
of Manuiactut* 



firm mambera of unincorporated bui 
of product of each ealabliahmcnl 



ijy Include" 



nduslriea, and unall manufacturins plants not includad in the Cennis 
eceaaary to be claaaed as a manufacturing plant. 2/ Less than S500. 



Vol. II - Page 25 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLloHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF MINNESOTA 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
e*tab- 
lish- 
ments 



ReceipU 

(add 000) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
member* 



Ejnployees 
(fuU^ime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roii* 

(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATB 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, ambalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
aoployment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Window cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and Ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaking shops (including 

woodworking) 
Grist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Uachlne shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agriciltxiral services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other Industries 

Miscellaneous services: 



2,642 

131 
1,168 

803 

334 

121 
272 



946 
184 



155 
134 



305 
320 



371 
186 



2,764 



104 
330 



t37,482 



14,694 



10,712 



♦e.780 



4,613 


2 


,731 


579 




143 


3,516 


1 


,235 


1,819 




824 


3,987 




348 


192 




127 


1,249 




265 


24 




13 


1,749 




952 


529 




192 



1,257 
746 



112 
104 



149 
343 



3,916 



251 
662 
750 
187 
376 
223 



1,179 
129 



264 
394 



488 
823 



1,052 
168 

2,081 
129 
269 
962 

663 



170 
149 



310 
338 



385 

218 



3,093 



107 
336 



1,561 

327 

1,621 

452 

513 



289 

144 



563 
257 



188 
240 



1 
354 
176 

739 
20 



1,090 

232 

1,130 

302 

617 



205 
111 



662 
319 



1,380 



183 
239 



2/ 



$7,760 



972 

223 

1,059 

249 

550 



189 
1 



646 
316 



1,287 



171 
223 



151 
10 



> Include! no c 
of Mftnulactur, 






I knd (inn ni«inb«r> of unincorporated buainea*e,._^|ncludea 
value of product ef each ertebliehmen! ia Icsa thwi the mil 



industries, end amelt menuihcturing plants not included ir 
necessary to be classed ea ■ manufacturing plant. 2/ Lei 



Cenaui 

,n $sno 



Vol. II - Page 26 



CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF MISSISSIPPI 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Emptoyees 




Pay Rou.' 






oi 




( full-time 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


oUb- 


RecdpU 


proprietors 
and firm 
members 


and part- 
















lUh- 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




menU 


(add 000) 




lor year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


5,813 


♦8,723 


5,938 


4,975 


$2,247 


♦1,904 


$343 
















Barber shops 


888 


1,292 


935 


761 


457 


442 


15 


Barber and beauty shops 


32 


178 


34 


120 


89 


88 


1 


Beauty parlors 


361 


527 


364 


321 


153 


146 


7 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


370 


643 


381 


470 


200 


188 


12 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


114 


977 


119 


284 


213 


202 


11 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


23 


21 


26 


21 


4 


4 


2/ 


Photographic studios 


67 


108 


70 


25 


14 


13 


1 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (Including hat cleaning) 


455 


467 


451 


126 


62 


58 


4 


Other personal services 


4 


1 


4 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


Businsss services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


16 


65 


10 


26 


30 


29 


1 


Billboard advertising service 


6 


32 


6 


12 


7 


5 


2 


Dental laboratories 


9 


92 


7 


22 


36 


36 




Sign painting shops 


26 


45 


25 


17 


11 


9 


2 


Other business services 


86 


1,145 


56 


654 


389 


234 


155 


Repair services and custom Industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding jjeneral repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


3 


3 


3 


4 


2 


2 





Automobile paint shops 


5 


5 


6 


1 


2/ 


2/ 





Automobile radiator shops 


7 


13 


7 


7 


4 


4 


2/ 


Automobile storage garages 


10 


9 


8 


4 


2 


2 




Automobile top and body repair shops 


16 


23 


16 


10 


5 


4 


1 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


12 


28 


U 


10 


6 


5 


1 


Tire repair shops 


8 


11 


8 


4 


2 


2 


2/ 


Other automotive repairs 


4 


7 


5 


4 


3 


3 




Other repair services ( except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


543 


325 


562 


119 


44 


35 


9 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


3 


3 


4 


1 


1 


1 





Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


11 


14 


13 


1 


2/ 





2/ 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


14 


19 


14 


2 


2 


1 


1 


Radio repair shops 


70 


92 


74 


16 


8 


6 


2 


Upholstei-y and furniture repair shops 


35 


37 


39 


12 


7 


5 


2 


Watch, cloclt, and jewelry 
















repair shops 


106 


104 


107 


4 


3 


3 


2/ 


Other repair services 


153 


165 


160 


52 


34 


30 


~ 4 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cabinetmaklng shops (including 
















woodworking) 


38 


31 


39 


14 


5 


4 


1 


Orlst mills 


802 


261 


799 


302 


30 


14 


16 


Hemstitching, embroidering, 
















and buttonholing shops 


4 


1 


4 














Machine shops 


38 


48 


44 


21 


12 


11 


1 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


26 


31 


26 


14 


5 


5 


2/ 


Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


572 


108 


577 


47 


8 


4 


4 


Printing and publishing shops 


81 


211 


81 


115 


57 


53 


4 


Saw mills and planing mills 


508 


797 


564 


1,096 


236 


166 


70 


Threshing, com shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


100 


32 


90 


47 


6 





6 


Tinsmith shops 


53 


44 


54 


22 


9 


6 


3 


Welding shops 


30 


79 


21 


19 


14 


12 


2 


Other Industries 


100 


240 


101 


150 


63 


59 


4 


Miscellaneous services: 


14 


389 


•13 


18 


14 


13 


1 



'•ted bu*inew«* _^|n. 



b« eluded u 



tb« Cecuu* 
2/ Lew th»n $500. 



Vol. 11 - Page 27 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF MISSOURI 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
estab- 
lish- 
menu 



Receipts 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
menil>ers 



Employees 
(full^ime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roll' 
(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barter and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, anbalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratoris! 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Employment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Window cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custcm industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery aiKl Ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes) : 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaking shops (including 

woodworking) 
Cider mills and presses 
Crist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Molasses, sorghiim, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Thrashing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other Industries 

Miscellaneous services: 



4,051 

UO 

2,222 

1,519 

534 

246 

336 



1,759 
143 



155 
181 



224 
209 



394 
491 



116 
527 
369 

740 
108 



*57,460 



18,658 



20,437 



$16,535 



$14,908 



5,650 


4,127 


434 


117 


5,350 


2,252 


3,592 


1,468 


8,110 


515 


585 


235 


1,388 


330 


56 


23 


2,894 


1,740 


514 


137 



1,852 

1,154 

218 

498 

363 
132 

648 

357 

194 

8,642 



35 

98 

129 

433 

1,094 

1,031 

162 

828 

199 

95 



846 
128 

148 
117 
314 
690 

702 
1,216 



1,380 
391 

524 

238 

324 

1,573 



138 
185 



238 
217 



399 
527 



123 
568 
395 

884 
114 
96 
574 
160 



2,616 


1 


545 


286 




196 


2,754 


1 


811 


1,175 




714 


1,382 


1 


,761 


318 




134 


401 




350 


22 




16 


657 




396 


191 




140 


643 




795 


206 




353 



181 
112 



3,639 



127 
342 
345 



105 
316 



k Include* DO compcnMlio 
of Mviufacturcs for the 



1 and finn memberi of unincorporated bu«Di 
v«hie ot product ol each establiahmenl U 



•-,1/ Include! custom induatries, 
than the minimum necessary 



533 
499 



106 

843 

452 
and una] I 
o be clua. 



52 

202 
103 

118 
3,773 



141 
289 
366 



2/ 



102 
270 



308 
117 



105 
456 
495 



1,425 

188 

1,680 

633 

1.640 



363 
121 



778 
324 



103 
3,391 



138 
265 
332 



99 
234 



417 

4?4 



$1,627 



120 

8 
131 



2/ 



2/ 



2/ 



inufactuiing plants not included ii 
•s a manufacturing plant. 2/ Le< 



Vol. II - Page 28 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



TABLE 1. 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF MONTANA 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind oi business 



Number 

oi 
««Ub- 
Ush- 
■ncnts 



Recdpu 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 
uid firm 
members 



Employees 
(iuU4ime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
lor year 



Pay Roix' 
(add 000) 



TOTAL TOR 3IACT 

FersoQel serTlces: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

altei'atlon, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundrle s ) 
Photographic studios 
Shoe repair shops end shoe shine 

parlors (Including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 
Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Bnployment agencies 
Sign painting shops 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom Industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repelr shops 
Batteiy and Ignition repair shops 
Tire rejelr shops 
Other eutomotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel end shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
natch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaklng shops (Including 

woodvgorklng) 
Crist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, com shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other Industries 

Ulscellaneous services: 



520 
43 
257 

122 



204 
24 



♦6,676 



1,722 



♦1,576 



♦1,566 



1,030 
261 
509 

356 

665 

66 
329 



18 


139 


7 


15 


7 


51 


4 


3 


L37 


291 


6 


17 


32 


41 


7 


16 


20 


52 


17 


25 


49 


91 


56 


195 


10 


48 


9 


3S 



184 
196 



> Include! 
ol Man 



;alablithment 



547 

50 
266 

120 



253 
108 
155 



235 
106 
108 

73 

151 

14 



2/ 



2/ 



206 
104 
99 

60 

136 

10 
22 



induvtries, and unall 



icluded in Uie Cen.u. 
1. 2/ LeM ihu. $500. 



Vol. II - Page 29 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



TABLE 1. 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF NEBRASKA 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
e*tab- 
lidv 
mcnti 



Reccipto 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
members 



Employees 
(hiU4ime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
lor year 



Pay Roil.* 
(add 000) 



TOTAL TOR STATE 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber end beeuty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, end repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers , and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleening and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops end shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 
Adjustment end credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
DupllCEting, eddresslng, mailing, 

end malllnc list service 
Employment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Window cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs end services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Autanoblle paint shops 
Automobile radietor shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top end body repair shops 
Batterj' and Ignition repair shope 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other eutomotlve repairs 
Other repair services (except 
epperel and shoes): 
Blflclcsmith shops 

Electrlcel appliance repair shops 
Harness end leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repelr shops 

Upholsterj- and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaking shops (including 

woodworking) 
Crist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

end buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repelr shops 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, com shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other industries 

Itiscelleneous services: 



e,328 



1,503 



390 
205 



141 
2E3 



269 
32 



1,723 
19 



117,153 



8,906 



5,070 



♦3,571 



2,3o3 


1,546 


270 


99 


1,575 


1,014 


880 


396 


2,234 


220 


98 


41 


573 


148 


21 


4 



227 
384 



226 
380 



142 
244 



875 


2,207 


43 


22 


111 


43 


268 


96 



936 
158 
576 

215 

322 



13 
683 



112 
18 



623 
108 
382 



L33 


86 


11 


e 


21 


10 


10 


8 


29 


14 


21 


18 



#3,171 



581 
103 
352 

no 

281 

19 
117 



232 
1 



|4O0 



2/ 



y 



y 



2/ 



. Induda no eompcn^Uon (or pioprietori u>d Hun nuibcn o< noiDcoiponlod l>uuo«««. j/lnchi<l«. ai«toni iodiutHea, •nl Bnall mmufactujim pluu not iiidud«l in U>« CenMi. 
ol Muia(.«u.«. lo. th. reuon th.< U» vmhi. ot produd o< oach alJ.IUhm«M U l.« lh»n 4. mmimum n«co.U7 lo b. du>od u • n»nul>c«iiii>( plu>l 2/ Ui, ihu, $500 



Vol. II - Page 30 



CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF NEVADA 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 




Kind of business 


of 
estab- 


Receipts 


proprietors 
and firm 


(full-time 
and part' 




(add 000) 












Ush- 




members 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(add 000^ 




for year 








TOTAL FOR STAIE 
Personal services: 


401 


»1.392 


409 


325 


4350 


$324 


126 
















Barber shops 


105 


295 


111 


70 


81 


75 


6 


Beauty parlors 


62 


147 


66 


43 


39 


37 


2 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing. 
















alteration, and repair shops 


38 


126 


46 


27 


29 


26 


3 


Funeral directors, anbalmfirs , and 
















crematories 


16 


211 


10 


E9 


50 


48 


2 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


20 


51 


22 


28 


15 


12 


3 


Photographic studios 


11 


40 


10 


5 


5 


5 


2/ 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


38 


102 


38 


25 


14 


13 


1 


Other personal services 


7 


23 


6 


5 


6 


2 


4 


Business services: 
















Sign painting shops 


4 


17 


3 


7 


9 


8 


1 


Other business services 


13 


48 


10 


15 


13 


12 


1 


Repair services and custom Industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


3 


5 


2 


1 


3 


3 


2/ 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


5 


32 


6 


11 


16 


16 


2/ 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


4 


10 


4 


— 


— 


— 




Other automotive repairs 


8 


70 


9 


17 


13 


11 


2 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


11 


51 


12 


9 


12 


12 


2/ 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


3 


7 


3 


1 


2 


2 




Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


9 


28 


10 


4 


6 


6 


— 


Other repair services 


15 


44 


15 


6 


9 


9 


— 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Machine shops 


4 


6 


4 


3/ 


2/ 


— 


^ 


Printing and publishing shops 


4 


11 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2/ 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 
















and other agricultural services 


3 


5 


2 


2 


2 


2 


K 


Other industries 


14 


39 


15 


9 


7 


7 


2/ 


Miscellaneous services: 


3 


24 


2 


9 


17 


16 


1 



* Includes no ci 
of Manutacltires 
3/ Average lei 



tion (or propnetora and (inn member* of unincorporated bu«ir 
: reason that the value of product of each establishment is 1« 



l/lncludes 



2/ Less than $500. 















Vol. 11 - Page 31 


CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Employee* 




Pay Roll* 




Kind of businew 


o{ 
estab- 


Receipts 


proprietors 
and firm 


( full-time 
and part- 




(add 000) 












lish- 




members 


lime). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(add 000^ 




for year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


2,039 


»5,603 


2,105 


1,262 


»1,017 


♦904 


♦113 
















Barber shops 


559 


984 


586 


266 


208 


184 


24 


Barber and beauty shops 


14 


67 


16 


26 


31 


30 


1 


Beauty parlors 


306 


624 


317 


168 


115 


104 


11 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


HE 


233 


112 


47 


29 


23 


6 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


104 


1,212 


117 


171 


169 


149 


20 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


4S 


75 


46 


34 


17 


15 


2 


Photographic studios 


45 


199 


43 


34 


36 


33 


3 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (Including hat cleaning) 


230 


425 


226 


68 


45 


41 


4 


Other personal services 


IS 


19 


11 


5 


5 


3 


2 


Business services; 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


9 


122 


6 


38 


45 


44 


1 


Dental laboratories 


7 


40 


7 


9 


10 


10 


2/" 


Snployment agencies 


6 


6 


6 


1 


2/ 


— 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


4 


32 


3 


8 


7 


7 


— 


Sign painting shops 


17 


60 


18 


14 


15 


12 


3 


Window cleaning service 


4 


18 


4 


10 


11 


11 


— 


Other business services 


32 


143 


29 


23 


32 


31 


1 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 














2/ 


Automobile paint shops 


5 


14 


5 


3 


2 


2 


Automobile radiator shops 


4 


11 


4 


3/ 


2/ 


— 


Automobile storage garages 


8 


44 


8 


8 


4 


3 


1 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


22 


121 


22 


35 


38 


35 


3 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


12 


59 


13 


6 


5 


4 


1 


Tire repair shops 


4 


19 


3 


5 


3 


2 


1 

1 


Other automotive repairs 


5 


9 


5 


3 


1 


— 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 














1 
2/ 


Blacksmith shops 


72 


122 


72 


16 


16 


15 
2 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


6 


18 


6 


3 


2 


Harness and leather goods 












2 

1 
1 
9 




repair shops 


9 


12 


9 


2 


2 

1 


"' 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


9 


17 


9 


1 


2/" 

1 


Radio repair shops 


36 


67 


37 


3 


1 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


26 


61 


27 


13 


10 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 














2 

6 


repair shops 


48 


111 


50 


6 


5 


3 

9 


Other repair services 


39 


105 


43 


25 


15 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Oablnetmaking shops (including 










2 

2/ 

11 
15 
40 


1 

11 
12 
38 


1 

2/ 

3 


woodworking) 
Cider mills and presses 
Machine shops 


11 
9 
9 


18 
3 
27 


12 
10 
11 


4 
1 
9 
23 
75 


Printing and publishing shops 


55 


106 


56 


2 


Saw mills and planing mills 


63 


114 


62 






Threshing, com shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Welding shops 
Other industries 


6 
13 
66 


16 
69 
158 


5 
13 
69 


11 
17 
59 


7 
17 
34 


3 
15 
28 


4 
2 
6 


Miscellaneous services: 


8 


43 


7 


12 


11 


11 





* Includei 
of Manuiai 
3/ Avi 



nbcTB of uniDCorpoTBled buai 
of each establishDienl ii U 



1/ Includes 
than the 



nail manufacturing plants nc 


t included in the Census 


d as a manufacturing plan 


2/ Lew than $500 



Vol. 11 - Page 32 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMF.NTS: 1335 
STATE OF NEW jERSEY 
TABLE 1.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

oi 
eiUb- 
lith- 
ments 



Receipts 
(add 000) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
members 



Employee* 
< fulltime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Rou* 
(add 000) 



TOTAL TOR STATE 

Personal serTloes: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including povrer 

laundries) 
Photographic studiOb 
Rug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shop? and shoe shine 

parlors ( including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertiaing service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating addressing, mailing, 

and mailing Hat service 
Employment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Window cleaning service 
Other business servicea 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair ahope 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes ) : 
Blackamlth shops 

Slectrlcal appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Lookafflith and gunsmith shope 
Radio repair chops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, cloolc, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: IJ 

Cabinetmaking shops (including 

woodworking) 
Cider mills and presses 
Orist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, com shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural servicea 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other industries 



Ulscellaneous services: 



21,790 



5,120 

141 

2,224 

3,154 

542 

664 
320 



3,382 

213 



350 
249 
130 
189 



339 

385 



395 
43S 



100 
775 



$69,216 



19,S41 



$18,090 



8,462 


5,236 


577 


149 


6,836 


2,188 


6,408 


3,053 


8,775 


515 


1,712 


895 


1,275 


282 


108 


29 


5,047 


3,360 


842 


183 


906 


17 


1,011 


2 


193 


15 


609 


52 



795 

573 
199 
,387 



296 

254 
149 
350 
,230 
,705 
488 
738 
130 
329 



370 
199 

33 
185 
566 

1,163 

837 
1,675 



137 

150 



130 

538 

2,350 

2,184 



316 
264 
124 
147 



349 
388 



378 
448 



2,597 

314 
3,003 

1,416 

1,329 

408 
268 



838 
221 



365 
170 



557 
523 
101 
202 



100 
438 



131 
1,009 



1,831 

242 

2,243 

974 

1,451 

234 
287 



12 

238 
111 
123 

3,664 



493 
593 



2/ 



89 
453 



Sl5,565 



U 



26 
150 
740 



1,551 

229 

2,088 



203 
258 



538 
183 



453 
295 



100 
2,705 



86 
471 
553 



£/ 



140 
701 



k IndudM no corap«nutior 
of MutuikctuiM (or the 



propritlor* and flnn ni«mb*r« of unfneorpnraiod bu«tn«iMi.jyinclud*« 
»n thai tha valu* of product of uch ••tabtlihinaal it Iom than th« mil 



lantifachirinc pluU not included i« 
M • Rianufacturinf plutl. 2/ Leii 



C«n»u« 
n $500. 



Vol. II - Page 33 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF NEW MEXICO 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 
of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Receipts 
(add 000) 



Active 

proprietors 

and firm 

members 



Employees 
(full-tiine 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Total 



Pay RoLi, ' 

(add 000) 



Full-time Part-time 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Claanlng, dyeing; pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers , and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Sign painting shops 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom Industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes ) : 
Blacksmith shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cablnetmaking shops (including 

woodworking) 
Grist mills 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other industries 

Miscellaneous services: 



1,169 



268 

5 
148 



$3.590 



1,188 



1,102 



$905 



519 
13 
300 

249 

587 

37 
113 

218 



282 
7 

150 



member* oi unincorporated buti 
oduct of each establishment is 1 



•e.. yincludei 
than the min 



215 
9 

140 



»834 



inuiacturing plants nc 
B manufacturing plai 



$71 



2/ 



2/ 



2/ 



icluded in the Censui 
2/ Leu than $500. 



Vol. II - Page 34 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF NEW YORK 
TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personal serrloes: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmere, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not Including pow-Jr 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Bnployment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Window cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages); 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other autcmotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and Jewelrj- 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaklng shops (including 

woodworking) 
Cider mills and presses 
Grist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
l^chine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Molasses, sorghxim, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, com shelling,, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other industries 

Miscellaneous services: 

« Includes no compenMition for proprietor* and (irm men 



Number 

of 
aUb- 
lish- 
menU 



Receipts 
(add OOP) 



$41j8,474 



15,576 

534 

7,685 

12,940 

2,215 

6,910 

1,480 

160 

10,503 
1,307 



258 
486 

159 

830 

233 

3,079 



76 
193 
143 
121 
1,927 
690 
355 
478 
293 
114 



634 
197 

116 

301 

1,288 

1,613 

2,298 
2.121 



214 

201 



1,534 
160 

180 

332 

286 

3,392 

1.375 

rs oi unincorpoTsIed busi 
ot each etlablishinent ii 



32,980 
3,607 
32,952 



30,712 



32,075 



21,248 

10,496 

791 



20,818 
7,536 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
meml>ers 



Ejnployee* 
(tuU.time 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



86,539 



9,224 
5,051 
2,013 
4,379 

3,604 
2,301 

7,009 

2,347 

3,250 

120,052 



16,799 
541 

7,519 

12,657 

2,111 

8,049 

1,328 

143 

10,703 
1,227 



215 

446 



881 

221 

2,114 



293 




69 


831 




213 


501 




157 


5,390 




68 


28,653 


1 


316 


3,874 




736 


1,447 




369 


1,930 




403 


817 




295 


1,219 




99 


947 




662 


860 




204 


198 




125 


666 




309 


3,038 


1 


,342 


6,111 


1 


,672 


5,816 


E 


,316 


8,763 


2 


,182 



598 


231 


478 


208 


483 


103 


5 


6 


4,059 


1,554 


237 


210 


191 


216 


888 


329 


1,217 


303 


10,245 


3,393 


15.041 


1.181 



121,522 



10,989 
1,814 
14,231 

5,767 



4,178 

2,347 

180 

3,579 
1,625 



3,753 

813 

588 

1,186 

1,504 
701 

1,297 

470 

1,678 

36,540 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000) 



#140,014 



$123,987 



899 
100 

66 

167 

235 

3,569 

4.502 



7,968 
1,656 
12,816 

4,269 

5,276 

3,053 

3,222 

186 

2,915 
1,805 



5,484 

1,554 

749 

1,499 

1,604 
746 

1,968 

534 

1,991 

54,341 



134 




83 


184 




192 


80 




100 


938 


1 


,622 


5,725 


5 


,914 


946 


1 


,182 


187 




212 


559 




471 


116 




99 


241 




367 


130 




107 


163 




156 


15 




16 


92 




96 


375 




312 


1,126 


1 


,208 


568 




576 


1,843 


2 


,190 



2/ 
701 



33 

144 

295 

2,598 

6.175 



7,197 
1,592 

12,211 

3,507 

4,460 

2,657 

3,056 

164 

2,651 
1,607 



5,395 

1,517 

746 

1,469 

1,339 
706 

1,960 

452 

1,839 

45,442 



166 

88 

1,528 

6,677 

1,035 

201 

431 

89 

358 



268 
941 



521 
1,959 



13 

109 

259 

2,355 

5^560 



233 

613 



is, and unajl mantlfacturing pla 



ti nol included 
;ng plenl.2/ Le. 



. 












Vol, I 


- Page 35 


CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF NORTH 


CAROLINA 










TABLE 1/ - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 






of 




( full-time 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


esUb- 
lidi- 


ReceipU 


proprietors 
and firm 
members 


uid part- 
time). Avg. 








Total 


Full-time 


Part-lime 




menti 


(add 000) 




for year 








. ' TOTAL FOH STATE 
Personal services: 


8,141 


$19,877 


8,254 


10,493 


$5,941 


$5,295 


$646 
















Barber shops. 


1,661 


3,540 


1,707 


2,170 


1,510 


],450 


60 


Barber and bsauty shops 


27 


203 


25 


135 


117 


116 


1 


Beauty parlors 


651 


1,813 


648 


1,055 


642 


611 


31 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing. 
















alteration, and repaiT shops 


527 


1,304 


539 


836 


413 


380 


33 


F^eral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


311 


2,878 


322 


721 


606 


559 


47 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundriefe) 


53 


115 


52 


124 


38 


35 


3 


Photographic studios 


122 


485 


120 


142 


109 


97 


12 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


735 


1,586 


727 


698 


334 


305 


29 


Other personal serrlces 


12 


63 


14 


14 


10 


7 


3 


Business services: 
















Adjustment! and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


21 


424 


7 


133 


170 


164 


6 


Billboard advertising service 


3 


12 


2 


7 


3 


1 


2 


Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 


4 


34 


4 


8 


8 


7 


1 


Dental laboratories 


13 


157 


14 


41 


43 


42 


1 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing. 
















and mailing list service 


14 


41 


14 


17 


10 


6 


4 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


4 


59 


2 


9 


13 


13 





Sign painting shops 


56 


104 


58 


46 


25 


19 


6 


Other business services 


108 


998 


88 


540 


420 


344 


76 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


5 


3 


5 


1 


2/ 


— 


2/ 


Automobile paint shops 


7 


34 


6 


21 


13 


13 


— 


Automobile radiator shops 


15 


55 


16 


21 


16 


16 


2/ 


• Automobile storage garages 


19 


64 


17 


23 


15 


15 


2/ 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


45 


228 


54 


112 


80 


77 


3 


Battery and Ignition repair shops 


11 


27 


11 


7 


4 


3 


1 


Parking lots 


11 


50 


10 


11 


6 


6 


2/ 


Ttre repair shops 


25 


142 


25 


36 


26 


20 


6 


■ Other automotive repairs 


6 


47 


3 


22 


17 


17 





Other repair services ( except 
















apparel and shoes) : 
















■ Blacksmith shops 


359 


253 


361 


78 


32 


26 


6 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


4 


9 


5 


3 


1 


1 





Harness and leather goods 
















repair 'shops 


13 


24 


13 


6 


5 


5 


2/ 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


18 


31 


19 


8 


5 


5 


U 


Radio i^epair shops 


90 


161 


98 


37 


20 


16 


4 


■ Upholstiery and furniture repair shops 


112 


270 


120 


111 


78 


63 


15 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


229 


421 


228 


56 


37 


34 


3 


Other repair services 


357 


946 


369 


325 


260 


241 


19 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Oablnetmaking shops (including 
















woodworking) 


54 


79 


54 


24 


14 


12 


2 


Cider mills and presses 


10 


1 


10 


3/ 


2/ 


— 


2/ 


Grist mills 


672 


526 


642 


271 


88 


71 


17 


Hemstitching, embroidering, 
















and buttonholing shops 


14 


8 


15 


2 


2/ 





2/ 


Machine shops 


49 


101 


55 


51 


34 


28 


6 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


6 


22 


5 


U 


6 


4 


2 


Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


69 


11 


71 


7 


2 


1 


1 


Printing and publishing shops 


103 


252 


105 


103 


55 


47 


8 


Sew nills and planing mills 


719 


1,113 


769 


1,712 


573 


200 


173 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


515 


385 


541 


299 


59 


29 


30 


Tinsmith shops 


29 


75 


31 


36 


21 


11 


10 


Welding shops 


34 


135 


36 


45 


37 


34 


3 


Other industries 


174 


492 


170 


307 


140 


124 


16 


Miscellaneous services: 


45 


96 


47 


50 


26 


20 


6 



> lTw:lud«s no compensation for proprieton mtiA finn members 6f anincorporaied bust neu«*._^ Includes custom industries, and small manufacturing planU not included 
of Manufactu/es fot ihe reason that the value of product of each establishment is le« than the minimum necessary -o be classed as a manufacturing plant. 2/ L* 



$500, 



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CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF NORTH 


DAKOTA 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Lmployeet 




Pay RolK 




Kind of business 


o< 
estab- 


Receipts 


proprietors 
and firm 


(full-tune 
and part- 




(add 000) 












lish- 




members 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(add 000) 




for year 








TOTAL rOR STATE 
Personal services: 


2,576 


$5,002 


2,635 


1,272 


|895 


1789 


»106 
















Barber shops 


624 


891 


657 


267 


193 


175 


18 


Barber and beauty shops 


28 


141 


35 


77 


57 


54 


3 


Beauty parlors 


282 


514 


293 


220 


136 


125 


11 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


123 


283 


124 


77 


48 


43 


5 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


77 


522 


69 


80 


58 


47 


11 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundries) 


16 


39 


16 


26 


10 


9 


1 


Photographic studios 


73 


197 


75 


25 


20 


16 


4 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


193 


318 


200 


55 


37 


33 


4 


Other personal services 


7 


14 


7 


4 


3 


2 


1 


Business services: 
















Adjuetnent and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


10 


33 


3 


17 


20 


19 


1 


Dental laboratories 


6 


105 


7 


29 


31 


31 


— 


SmployiMnt agencies 


6 


9 


6 


2 


1 


1 


2/ 


Sign painting shops 


16 


30 


22 


8 


5 


4 


1 


Other business services 


46 


210 


23 


64 


87 


79 


8 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















(Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile radiator shops 


13 


47 


13 


9 


7 


5 


2 


Automobile storage garages 


14 


27 


15 


3 


3 


3 


2/ 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


21 


121 


24 


34 


33 


29 


4 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


13 


48 


14 


13 


10 


9 


1 


Tire repair shops 


12 


25 


12 


a 


1 


— 


1 


Other automotive repairs 


6 


19 


5 


7 


4 


2 


2 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


436 


538 


448 


54 


35 


25 


10 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


6 


17 


7 


2 


1 


1 


2/ 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


91 


90 


90 


8 


5 




1 


Radio repair shops 


35 


28 


38 


2 


1 




2/ 


Upholstery and furniture repair shc^ja 


10 


19 


11 


6 


2 




-" 1 


V/atch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


69 


92 


69 


8 


3 




2 


Other repair services 


88 


141 


89 


24 


11 




4 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cabinetmaking shops (including 
















woodworking) 


15 


18 


18 


2 


1 




_. 


Grist mills 


15 


12 


15 


3 


2 




1 


Hemstitching, embroidering. 
















and buttonholing shops 


4 


1 


4 














ulachine shops 


23 


48 


25 


8 


5 




1 


Printing and publishing shops 


119 


259 


117 


95 


42 


37 


5 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


12 


7 


13 


4 


1 




2/ 

K 

2/ 

2 


Tinsmith shops 


12 


19 


15 


2 


1 




Welding shops 


14 


17 


14 


3 


1 




Other industries 


31 


94 


32 


28 


17 


15 


Miscellaneous services: 


10 


15 


10 


4 


3 


2 


1 



compenaalion foi propri 



yin. 

than the 



luded 
2/ Leu Ihu SSOO. 















Vol. II 


- Page 37 


CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 




STATE OF OHIO 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 
proprieton 
and firm 
mem ben 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 




Kind of business 


oi 


ReceipU 


(full .time 




(add 000) 




ettab- 


and part- 
lime). Avg. 


Total 


Fulltime 


Part-time 




ments 


(«dd 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


32,004 


$106,694 


32,215 


31,944 


J28,977 


326,186 


J2,791 
















Barber shops 


7,575 


11,124 


7,790 


3,828 


2,518 


2,225 


293 


Barber and beauty shops 


233 


875 


269 


475 


344 


321 


23 


Beauty parlors 


3,970 


10,200 


3,957 


4,579 


3,274 


3,037 


237 


Cleaning, dyeing pressing. 
















alteration, and repair shops 


3,045 


6,665 


3,100 


1,664 


1,085 


881 


205 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


1,166 


17,097 


1,205 


2,465 


3,022 


2,714 


308 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


517 


942 


515 


354 


175 


152 


23 


Photographic studios 


588 


2,704 


554 


718 


756 


684 


72 


Rug cleaning and repairing shops 


62 


117 


63 


43 


27 


21 


6 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


3,441 


6,065 


3,430 


1,484 


965 


857 


108 


Other personal services 


252 


939 


241 


307 


260 


230 


30 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


215 


2,673 


144 


1,049 


1,175 


1,147 


28 


Billboard advertising service 


32 


2,164 


14 


400 


656 


611 


45 


Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 


13 


77 


9 


17 


19 


18 


1 


Dental laboratories 


114 


1,054 


107 


312 


368 


350 


18 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 














1 


and nailing list service 


85 


555 


72 


272 


220 


200 


;;l) 


Employment agencies 


38 


167 


30 


66 


67 


64 


3 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


23 


742 


12 


155 


177 


174 


:; 


Sign painting shops 


299 


838 


314 


214 


228 


175 


03 


Window cleaning service 


44 


1,218 


38 


906 


309 


725 


84 


Other business services 


522 


11,784 


409 


4,001 


5,189 


4,823 


366 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


78 


235 


72 


145 


69 


44 


25 


Automobile paint shops 


96 


236 


98 


64 


61 


52 


9 


Automobile radiator shops 


82 


234 


79 


60 


58 


52 


6 


Automobile rental service 


33 


852 


16 


212 


218 


217 


1 


Automobile storage garages 


297 


2,820 


266 


855 


830 


795 


34 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


369 


2,315 


403 


704 


785 


710 


75 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


161 


526 


150 


89 


82 


75 


7 


Parking lots 


372 


1,794 


276 


552 


437 


389 


48 


Tire repair shops 


186 


497 


186 


111 


89 


76 


13 


Other automotive repairs 


48 


344 


48 


35 


100 


93 


2 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


653 


605 


579 


90 


53 


41 


12 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


134 


427 


137 


37 


78 


68 


10 


Harnoss and leather goods 
















repair shops 


100 


155 


100 


20 


12 


10 


2 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


129 


239 


133 


47 


37 


32 


5 


Radio repair shops 


682 


809 


598 


97 


61 


50 


11 


Upholstery and furniture repair shois 


458 


953 


484 


248 


199 


143 


56 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


726 


1,422 


727 


198 


163 


141 


22 


Other repair services 


809 


2,530 


332 


527 


572 


612 


50 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cabinetmaking shops (including 
















woodworking) 


63 


65 


63 


17 


11 


4 


7 


Cider mills and presses 


104 


63 


122 


22 


10 


5 


5 


Crist mills 


116 


230 


125 


65 


33 


25 


7 


Hemstitching, embroidering. 
















and buttonholing shops 


39 


93 


37 


45 


40 


34 


6 


Machine shops 


175 


357 


181 


105 


73 


57 


16 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


18 


100 


16 


32 


32 


31 


1 


Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


28 


17 


33 


10 


4 


1 


3 


Printing and publishing shops 


675 


1,569 


712 


508 


322 


254 


68 


Saw mills and planing mills 


207 


286 


243 


198 


79 


59 


20 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural servioes 


1,195 


1,078 


1,427 


544 


179 


71 


108 


Tlnanith shops 


218 


675 


230 


141 


104 


63 


41 


Welding shops 


250 


840 


266 


190 


197 


172 


25 


Other industries 


929 


2,50? 


854 


1,103 


729 


552 


77 


Miscellaneous services: 


239 


3.926 


231 


1.364 


1.824 


1.742 


9S 


• Includes no compensalion lor proprielois and firm memb« 


■ ol unincoTpor 


,.d bu..ne..e. _i/ln 


elude, cu.lom . 


nduiln^j. and »Tn 


11 RianulacturinK 


planla not include 


d in the Centui 



Vol. II - Page 38 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF OKLAHOMA 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
eiUb- 
lith- 
menu 



Receipts 
(add 000) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
members 



Employees 
(fuU4ime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personed services: 
Barber shops 
Barber end beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning , dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmerR, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Kug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parliinp lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
'.Hatch, clock, and jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Oablnetmaklng shops ( including 

woodworking) 
Grist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, com shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other industries 



Mlscell 



> Include, 
ol M.n 



services: 



9,735 



1,878 

100 

1,239 

639 

206 



808 
33 



195 
261 



$21,821 



9,926 



8,956 



$5,891 



2,969 

355 

1,891 

1,807 

2,276 

102 

439 

6 

1,372 



293 

296 



lelori •nd lir 



219 
105 

1,125 

31 

132 

153 

43 



in of unincorporated bust 
of each ertabliihinvnl ii 



153 
394 

463 
168 
148 
150 



164 
155 



291 
793 



166 
102 



529 

149 



370 
435 



1,908 

107 

1,248 

661 

197 



198 

287 



48 

168 



225 
127 



1,227 



145 
140 



,807 
282 
,121 

710 

472 



132 
193 



10 
193 
145 



1,054 
158 
589 

434 

459 



$5,296 



109 
158 



• ^Udude. 
than the mil 



Littom induatrie, 



166 
11 



Aufacturinf pluits 



1,002 
154 
556 

397 

421 



106 

146 

31 



nclud»d 

„. 2/ L 















Vol. 11 


- Page 39 


CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF OREGON 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 
proprietors 
and firm 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 




Kind of business 


of 


ReceipU 


(full-time 




(add 000) 




etUb- 
lish- 


and part- 
time). Avjf. 


Total 


FuU-time 


Part-time 




menu 


(add 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal servloes : 


5,541 


♦l9,289 


5,556 


6,613 


$5,865 


$4,906 


$959 
















Barber shops 


1,155 


1,974 


1,220 


574 


452 


411 


41 


Barber and beauty shops 


66 


226 


74 


108 


82 


76 


6 


Beauty parlors 


598 


1,601 


605 


666 


531 


501 


30 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


366 


881 


392 


183 


134 


109 


25 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


114 


1,927 


95 


267 


345 


323 


22 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


73 


136 


76 


57 


32 


20 


12 


Photographic studios 


126 


567 


120 


153 


169 


152 


17 


Hug cleaning end repairing shops 


7 


13 


7 


4 


3 


2 


1 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (Including hat cleaning) 


554 


1,073 


569 


COl 


133 


114 


19 


Other personal services 


67 


153 


63 


55 


36 


33 


3 


Business services : 
















Adjustment end credit bureaus, end 
















collection agencies 


66 


626 


36 


277 


294 


287 


7 


Blueprinting and photostat laboretorles 


3 


105 


2 


17 


21 


21 


2/ 


Dental laboratories 


16 


123 


15 


26 


28 


26 


2 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing. 
















and mailing list service 


18 


85 


15 


33 


28 


23 


5 


Employment agencies 


12 


20 


11 


5 


5 


5 





Sign painting shops 


46 


115 


47 


34 


29 


24 


5 


Window cleaning service 


9 


87 


6 


47 


59 


40 


19 


Other business services 


E15 


4,212 


140 


2,238 


2,326 


1,791 


535 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


11 


73 


12 


31 


26 


25 


1 


Automobile paint shops 


33 


156 


39 


52 


50 


47 


3 


Automobile radiator shops 


6 


10 


7 


-. 





_- 


— 


Automobile rental service 


IE 


173 


5 


48 


49 


47 


2 


Automobile storage garages 


38 


208 


37 


48 


42 


37 


5 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


79 


325 


87 


73 


75 


58 


17 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


34 


157 


38 


29 


26 


24 


2 


Parking lots 


41 


103 


39 


35 


20 


14 


6 


Tire repair shops 


23 


66 


21 


10 


9 


8 


1 


Other automotive repairs 


6 


39 


7 


8 


7 


7 


2/ 


Other repair services (eioept 
















apparel and shoes ) : 
















Blacksmith shops 


153 


289 


16'! 


44 


40 


33 


7 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


7 


27 


7 


8 


6 


6 


2/ 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


21 


33 


23 


1 


2/ 


— 


2/ 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


34 


56 


35 


2 


2 


2 




Radio repair shops 


83 


151 


85 


28 


17 


14 


3 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


66 


141 


72 


31 


21 


15 


6 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


141 


239 


141 


37 


27 


22 


5 


Other repair services 


173 


407 


182 


83 


75 


60 


15 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cabins tmaking shops (including 
















woodworking) 


55 


98 


57 


20 


14 


11 


3 


Grist mills 


£1 


49 


18 


17 


11 


10 


1 


Hemstitching, embroidering. 
















and buttonholing shops 


18 


36 


19 


17 


12 


10 


2 


Btochine shops 


59 


202 


64 


49 


50 


40 


10 


Mattress renovetiug end repair shops 


12 


33 


12 


5 


3 


3 


2/ 


Printing and publishing shops 


157 


438 


173 


136 


74 


57 


17 


Saw mills end planing mills 


282 


552 


337 


457 


205 


200 


5 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 
















end other agricultural services 


85 


83 


106 


69 


21 


7 


14 


Tinsmith shops 


9 


23 


10 


2 


1 


— 


1 


'.Velding shops 


40 


209 


44 


39 


42 


38 


4 


Other industries 


167 


449 


155 


151 


117 


106 


11 


Miscellaneous services: 


154 


520 


167 


138 


116 


47 


69 



ompcnutkOR for proprielots and firm nMinbert of unincorpomtcd buaineases.jy Includes custom iodustnes, and small manufacturing plaoU not includad ii 
ti (oi the reason Oiat the value of product ot each establiahmenl is less than the minimum necessary lo be classetJ as ■ manulacturing plant. 2/ Les 



Vol. II - Page 40 



CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA 










TABLE 1- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, 


PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








Number 




Active 


Employees 




Pay Roll* 
(«U 000) 




Kind of butiness 


of 
ertab- 


Receipts 


proprietors 
and firm 


(full-tinie 
and part- 














lisli- 




members 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(add 0001 




for year 








TOML FOR STATE 
Personal serrlceB! 


41.149 


1134,772 


41,048 


38,619 


•33,875 


#29,226 


44.649 
















Barber shops 


10,637 


15,653 


10,786 


5,061 


3,242 


2,845 


397 


Barber and beauty shops 


229 


1,009 


235 


526 


417 


400 


17 


Beauty parlors 


4,621 


11,670 


4,580 


4,806 


3,484 


3,246 


238 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


4,898 


8,885 


4,875 


1,977 


1,216 


983 


233 


Funeral directors, embaliners , and 
















crematories 


1,569 


22,642 


1,588 


3,342 


3,309 


2,768 


541 


Laundries (not Including power 
















laundries) 


960 


1,725 


981 


424 


201 


170 


31 


iniotographlc studios 


664 


3,279 


610 


817 


875 


814 


61 


Rug cleaning and repairing shops 


64 


259 


67 


55 


60 


52 


8 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


5,750 


8,565 


5,713 


1,786 


1,146 


1,024 


122 


Other personal services 


372 


1,710 


360 


536 


482 


433 


49 


Business serrlces: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


138 


3,037 


86 


1,245 


1,572 


1,545 


27 


Billboard adTertlsing service 


21 


1,594 


10 


329 


464 


441 


23 


Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 


18 


342 


18 


90 


92 


90 


2 


Dental laboratories 


124 


1,213 


120 


436 


475 


467 


8 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing. 
















and mailing list service 


69 


537 


72 


262 


216 


193 


23 


anployment agencies 


60 


187 


60 


72 


62 


50 


12 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


36 


1,039 


24 


268 


280 


271 


9 


Sign painting shops 


354 


798 


371 


199 


171 


139 


32 


Window cleaning service 


45 


607 


34 


413 


379 


373 


6 


Other business services 


698 


16,056 


515 


6,271 


7,445 


5,450 


1,995 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


72 


189 


77 


110 


55 


43 


12 


Automobile paint shops 


87 


257 


100 


73 


54 


42 


12 


Aut(^obile radiator shops 


78 


266 


85 


62 


52 


49 


3 


Automobile rental service 


65 


876 


46 


221 


222 


204 


18 


Automobile storage garages 


988 


5,858 


935 


1,683 


1,410 


1,347 


63 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


417 


2,792 


454 


1,001 


971 


875 


96 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


172 


661 


176 


128 


116 


109 


7 


Parking lots 


252 


1,393 


149 


448 


337 


328 


9 


Tire repair shops 


130 


594 


133 


104 


93 


87 


6 


Other automotive repairs 


56 


461 


56 


118 


116 


112 


4 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


538 


601 


556 


79 


60 


48 


12 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


140 


369 


153 


84 


67 


54 


13 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


101 


141 


98 


23 


16 


14 


2 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


138 


249 


142 


52 


43 


39 


4 


Radio repair shops 


567 


811 


609 


U9 


82 


65 


17 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


522 


1,350 


549 


352 


271 


210 


61 


Watch, clock, and jewelry 
















repair shops 


1,006 


2,346 


1,013 


299 


277 


250 


27 


Other repair services 


790 


2,890 


824 


709 


762 


697 


65 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cabinetmeking shops (Including 
















woodworking) 


92 


142 


95 


26 


19 


14 


5 


Older mills and presses 


64 


35 


69 


11 


3 


— 


3 


Grist mills 


222 


634 


233 


112 


65 


54 


11 


Hemstitching, embroidering. 
















and buttonholing shops 


54 


126 


57 


73 


49 


31 


18 


Machine shops 


116 


339 


125 


92 


89 


77 


12 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


7 


21 


8 


7 


6 


6 


— 


Printing and publishing shops 


778 


1,934 


796 


532 


384 


333 


51 


Saw mills and planing mills 


171 


335 


191 


224 


108 


87 


21 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 
















and other agricultural services 


210 


213 


227 


93 


35 


19 


16 


Tinsmith shops 


211 


561 


223 


139 


103 


70 


33 


Welding shops 


214 


793 


219 


186 


205 


187 


18 


Other industries 


1,165 


3,424 


1,170 


1,351 


925 


831 


94 


lliscsllaneous services: 


399 


3,304 


375 


1,193 


1,292 


1,190 


102 



Include 
of Mai 



i no compensation (□ 
uloctuick to€ the rea: 



proprietors and firm member* ol unincorporated businei 
>n that the value of product oi each establiahment i> U 



ndustries, and small manuiacturing plant* 
oceuary to be classed aa a manufacturing plant. 















Vol. 11 - Page 41 


CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF RHODE ISLAND 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Numbar 




Active 
proprieton 
and firm 


Employee* 




Pay Rou* 




Kind of busineu 


oi 


RecaipU 


(fuU-time 




(add 000) 




estab- 
luh- 


end part- 
time). Avg. 


Total 


Fulltime 


Pert-time 




ment> 


(add 000) 




for year 








TOTAL TOR STATS 
Personal services: 


3,206 


811,033 


3,100 


3,210 


♦ 2, •870 


82,580 


$290 
















Barber shops 


92<) 


1,428 


910 


503 


309 


247 


68 


Barber and beauty shops 


25 


78 


26 


37 


26 


23 


3 


Beauty parlors 


300 


864 


S81 


351 


279 


262 


17 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing. 
















alteration, 'and repair shops 


308 


565 


E99 


138 


102 


82 


20 


Funeral directors, erahalmers, and 
















crematories 


102 


1,519 


103 


242 


260 


288 


32 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundries) 


83 


118 


85 


56 


25 


18 


7 


Photographic studios 


47 


189 


37 


54 


53 


48 


6 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (lnc3udlng hat cleaning) 


519 


864 


515 


185 


12S 


106 


19 


Other personal services 


43 


144 


40 


39 


35 


31 


4 


Bislness service!': 
















Adjustment and credit bureau?, and 
















collection agencies 


7 


156 


.. 


71 


87 


87 


s/ 


Billboard advertising service 


4 


102 


1 


30 


30 


30 




Dental laboratories 


11 


92 


14 


30 


30 


89 


1 


Employment agencies 


7 


16 


a 


7 


4 


3 


1 


Linen, coat, apron, and overall 
















supply service 


4 


111 


5 


45 


39 


39 


2/ 


Sign painting shops 


38 


98 


37 


36 


31 


24 


7 


Window cleaning service 


7 


113 


4 


69 


85 


85 


2/ 


Other business services 


48 


1,442 


39 


285 


409 


385 


24 


Repair services and oustco Industries: 
















Autariotlve repairs and aervloes 
















(excluding general repair garages)} 
















Automobile leucdrlas 


3 


13 


2 


3 


2 


2 


1/ 


Automobile paint shops 


14 


43 


14 


Ifl 


16 


14 


2 


Automobile radiator shops 


5 


11 


5 


1 


S/ 


— 


2/ 


Automobile rental servioe 


5 


86 


4 


7 


6 


5 


1 


Automobile storage geragea 


38 


481 


25 


138 


149 


146 


3 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


48 


368 


47 


ISl 


138 


130 


8 


Battery and Ignition repair shops 


12 


61 


10 


13 


13 


12 


1 


Parking lots 


36 


169 


30 


45 


30 


26 


4 


Tire repair shops 


13 


45 


14 


9 


8 


7 


1 


Other automotive repairs 


5 


73 


2 


16 


27 


27 


2/ 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes) : 
















Blacksmith chops 


31 


92 


33 


35 


29 


23 


6 


llectrioal appliance repair shops 


7 


16 


7 


7 


4 


4 


3/ 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


6 


11 


6 


4 


5 


5 





Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


9 


as 


8 


7 


7 


6 


1 


Radio repair shops 


25 


48 


27 


8 


6 


5 


1 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


48 


E14 


50 


69 


55 


47 


8 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


70 


152 


69 


22 


22 


20 


2 


Other repair services 


46 


190 


49 


60 


55 


50 


5 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Ceblnetmaking shops (including 
















woodworking] 


5 


10 


5 


4 


4 


4 


— 


Hemstitching, embroidering. 
















and buttonholing shops 


4 


9 


§ 


3 


2 


1 


1 


Machine shops 


13 


54 


11 


9 


7 


7 


2/ 


Printing and publishing shops 


66 


154 


e4 


57 


41 


36 


5 


Saw mills and planing mills 


5 


13 


7 


11 


6 


1 


5 


Tinsmith shops 


9 


17 


9 


4 


2 


1 


1 


Welding shops 


12 


72 


U 


81 


25 


24 


1 


Other industries 


162 


463 


159 


323 


135 


127 


8 


Ulsoellanenus services; 


30 


323 


23 


128 


147 


123 


84 



p IndudM no compcnulion lar |iro|m«lon wmI Hnm MMibvn a« anitKOfpofmiMJ biMi««i«« 4/liidif^ fSMtatn in4M*ri«f, wd "••II »«iul»c*urii»i pl"i» •«»< included in lk« C«uu» 
ol MMiufactwM toi lh« rMMHi lh«l d«« •»!«• <M Pfwiuct <d Mck MtaUUhinml u I«h tlun th« nuninMRi pacaMMy to b« clMSfd m a munUacturing plant. 2/ Leu ihan $500- 



Vol. li - Page 42 



CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF SO. CAROLINA 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIFIS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 
proprietora 
and finn 
membera 


Employees 




Pay Roll' 






of 


Recciptt 


(fuU4ime 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


etUb- 


and put 










luh- 




lime). Avg. 


ToUl 


FuU.time 


Part-time 




menti 


(add 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOR STATE • 
PersonoO. senrloes: 


4,317 


♦9,543 


4,291 


5,738 


♦2,812 


♦2,443 


♦369 
















Barber shops 


946 


1,554 


969 


1,081 


595 


561 


34 


Barber and beauty shops 


18 


126 


20 


90 


64 


63 


1 


Beauty parlors 


304 


673 


297 


430 


226 


214 


12 


OlsBnlTig, dyelnp, pressing, 
















alteration, end repair shops 


286 


512 


284 


402 


167 


158 


9 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


20S 


1,722 


186 


511 


385 


356 


29 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundries) 


22 


43 


23 


53 


12 


7 


5 


Photographic studios 


67 


169 


63 


52 


29 


23 


6 


Rug cleaning and repairing shops 


3 


6 


3 


2 


1 


— 


1 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat clsaning) 


348 


665 


347 


341 


168 


159 


9 


Other personal services 


8 


31 


6 


13 


11 


10 


1 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


8 


129 


3 


51 


62 


61 


1 


Billboard advertising service 


9 


95 


4 


30 


30 


30 


2/ 


Dental laboratories 


5 


36 


4 


15 


13 


12 


1 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 
















and mailing list service 


8 


19 


8 


11 


6 


5 


1 


Sign painting shops 


40 


65 


45 


19 


11 


9 


2 


Vflndow cleaning service 


3 


6 


2 


5 


2 


1 


1 


Other business services 


59 


816 


41 


590 


353 


230 


123 


Repair services and custom Industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile paint shops 


7 


17 


6 


12 


6 


6 


^, 


Automobile radiator shops 


9 


14 


10 


6 


3 


3 


y 


Automobile storage garages 


17 


40 


18 


21 


9 


8 


1 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


32 


122 


38 


62 


37 


34 


3 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


19 


72 


19 


22 


17 


16 


1 


Parking lots 


4 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


— 


Tire repair shops 


13 


24 


13 


9 


4 


4 


K 


Other automotive repairs 


5 


28 


2 


11 


7 


7 


2/ 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


294 


174 


300 


94 


29 


24 


5 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


6 


21 


6 


10 


6 


8 


~ 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


6 


4 


6 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


8 


16 


8 


9 


6 


5 


1 


Radio reDoir shops 


55 


147 


55 


46 


25 


23 


2 


Upholstery and furniture repair shopt 


47 


63 


51 


31 


14 


10 


4 


afatoh, clock, and jewelry 
















repair shops 


99 


127 


101 


3 


1 


1 


2/ 


Other repair services 


116 


227 


118 


97 


59 


52 


7 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cablnetmaking shops (including 
















woodworking) 


30 


36 


29 


9 


3 


2 


1 


Grist mills 


444 


298 


409 


225 


55 


43 


12 


Machine shops 


22 


62 


22 


31 


23 


22 


1 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


13 


27 


14 


18 


8 


7 


1 


Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


119 


17 


125 


12 


1 


— 


1 


Printing and publishing shops 


71 


159 


76 


61 


37 


33 


4 


Saw mills and planing mills 


287 


472 


291 


843 


168 


116 


52 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


116 


95 


119 


81 


17 


10 


7 


Tinsmith shops 


12 


22 


16 


9 


5 


4 


1 


Welding shops 


18 


41 


17 


IS 


11 


10 


1 


Other industries 


95 


268 


96 


253 


76 


63 


13 


Miscellaneous sorvlces: 


17 


279 


17 


48 


47 


32 


15 


* Includes no compensalion l-if proprietor* and firm metnbera 


o( unincorporal 


ed huiineuet l/inc 


ludes custom in 


dustriei, «nd »m« 


1 rauiufacturing 


plants not include 


[ in the Cenma 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



TABLE 1. 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 
oi 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Receipts 

(add 0001 



Active 

proprietors 

zmd firm 

members 



Employees 
(full-time 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Rotx* 
(add 000) 



Total 



Full-time Part-time 



TOTjtL FOR STATS 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alterotion, and' repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustnent and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and niailing list service 
Sign painting shops 
Other business services 

Repair services end custom industries: 
AutOLiotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Tire repair shops 
Other autOD.otive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes): 
Elacksciith shops 

Slectrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shop: 
'.Vatch, clock, and jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaking shops (including 

v;oodv/orking) 
Crist mills 
Machine shops 

Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling 

and other agricultural services 
TicsL-.ith shops 
.^elding shops 
Other industries 

Ivliscellaneous services: 



3,021 



564 
26 

304 

104 



,J5,370 



3,215 



for ptoprielt 



853 
103 
549 

224 

629 

17 
171 

343 



100 
108 



set l/lncludes 
than" the minii 



577 

29 
321 

105 



306 
62 
233 



3/ 



217 
44 
135 



2/ 



£/ 



202 
42 
124 



2/ 



ibII manufacturing' planti nc 
icd as a manufacturing pla 



included in the Census 
t. 2/ Lew than $500. 



3/ Av^a.e less tha, 



Vol. 11 - Page 44 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



TABLE 1. 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF TENNESSEE 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

oi 
efUb- 
lish- 
menu 



ReceipU 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
member* 



Employees 
(tuU4ime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
lor year 



Pay Roll' 
(add 000) 



9,967 



1,684 
34 
812 

496 

3E9 

45 

136 



796 
33 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personal services: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Gleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleaning end repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops end shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, end 

collection agencies 
Blllboerd advertising service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dentel laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, melling, 

and mailing list service 
Employment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Window cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Autonotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel end shoes ) : 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaklng shops (including 

woodworking) 
Grist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Uolaases, sorghum, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Veldlng shops 
Other industries 

HlBcellaneous servleee: j 

« Includes no compcnMtioo for prapric<on and finn nMmb«n ol uniocofponted busin. 
of ManutMUuc* (or Ike reuon lliat the nhie ol pioduet ol each establukmenl u 



31 
111 
143 

253 
405 



1,095 



158 
166 
695 



$25,318 



10,187 



10,936 



$6,741 



3,119 

171 

2,082 

1,083 

3,911 



1,587 



758 
430 



148 
187 



486 
420 
493 
107 
214 
72 



173 
357 



355 
788 



51 
642 



400 
1,053 

226 
66 
111 
624 



1,740 

36 

821 

496 

303 

47 
130 



30 
119 
153 

261 

425 



1,108 



164 
174 

809 



1,882 

129 
1,304 

555 

853 



182 
202 
30 
100 



163 
1,344 



1,174 
87 
743 

266 

788 

29 

loe 



399 
102 



105 
126 
190 



5,166 



1,129 
86 
713 

243 

752 

27 
100 



17 
724 



105 
125 
182 



>-_i/lncludea cuitoai indiutiie*, and «alP manufacturins planu 
than tlic mininnini nerraiair lo b« claMed aa ■ manulacturi 



the Centui 

> Ihan $500 



Vol. 11 - Page 45 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



TABLE 1. 



SE?.VICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF TEXAS 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



NuirbcT 

of 
esUb- 
lub- 
ments 



Receipts 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietore 
and finn 
member* 



Employee* 
(fuU4ime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
(or year 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personal servlcas: 
Barber shops 
Barter and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, and repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not Including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Ru£ cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (Including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
IXiplicatlng, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Employment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shops 
Window cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom Industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile laundries 
Autaaoblle paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile rental service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and. ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair servicea (sieept 
apparel and shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom Industries: 1/ 

Cablnetraaking shops (Including 

woodworking) 
Grist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other Industries 

Miscellaneous services: 

• Include* no compensalion for proprietors »nd firm mem 
of Manufactures for the reason that the value of prodt 



23,776 



4,994 

300 

3,753 

2,343 

493 

330 
393 



156 
363 
138 
319 



1,667 



330 

231 



511 
560 



125 
168 
23 
558 
122 

1,139 
147 
221 
403 

126 



t72,318 



30,678 



*31,973 



♦19,568 



8,934 


5,334 


869 


225 


5,554 


2,854 


6,446 


2,491 


5,803 


507 


458 


333 


1,387 


392 


29 


21 


3,374 


1,874 


231 


78 



1,231 

1,004 

205 

368 

351 



380 
356 



174 

8 

519 



238 


60 


298 


68 


212 


15 


1,338 


147 


1,336 


390 


460 


144 


1,081 


186 


123 


66 


321 


33 


1,877 


1,745 


161 


54 


355 


120 


177 


80 


618 


354 


500 


254 


850 


538 


1,500 


601 


117 


89 


250 


316 


35 


34 


378 


139 


353 


173 


5 


36 


1,393 


595 


205 


138 


847 


1,342 


336 


155 


658 


250 


1,163 


386 



4,661 

631 

3,390 

3,711 

1,303 

337 
339 



1,071 
102 



545 
305 



478 
490 
106 

378 



133 
157 



551 

181 



1,111 



183 

630 



3,034 

382 

1,851 

1,594 

1,318 



598 
372 



409 
433 



301 
32 



3,913 

370 

1,754 

1,484 

1,137 



587 
361 



19 
5,917 



398 
385 



♦3,405 



2/ 



2/ 



2/ 



135 
349 



nufacturing plants nol included in the Census 
u a manulactuTing plant. 2/ Less (han $500 



Vol. 11 - Page 46 

CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF UTAH 
ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
estab- 
lish- 
ments 



Receipts 
(add 000) 



Active 
proprietors 



Employees 
( hiU-time 
and part 

time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personal services: 
Berber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleening» dyeing, pressing* 

alteration, end repair shops 
Funeral directors, anbelmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photop;raphlc studios 
Shoe renal r shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including het cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureeua, and 

collection agencies 
Dental laboratories 
Sign painting shops 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repeire and services 
(excluding general repair garages): 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair services {except 
apparel and shoes) : 
Blacksmith shops 
Harness end leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and jewelry 

repair. shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaking shops {including 

woodv/orklng) 
Grist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
Molasses, sorghum, end syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Sew mills and planing mills 
Threshing, com shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other industries 

Miscellaneous services 



2,409 



t Includea no compentalic 
ol Manuiactures lor the 



I and firm member* 
value ol produci ol 



440 
41 
281 

143 



$6,229 



2,587 



$1,344 



682 
126 
503 

387 

710 

56 
160 

451 



197 
113 



114 
205 



293 

150 



unincorporated bui 
ich ettabliilunciil i 



n«ue..jyi„cluc 
IcM than the 



204 
125 
114 



156 
49 
132 



2/ 



145 
46 
115 



Vol. II - Page 47 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF VERMONT 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
esUb- 
li*t>- 
ments 



Receipts 
(add 000) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
mesnl>ers 



Employees 
(fuU4ime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay Roll* 
(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personal servlcas: 
Barber shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, aind repair shops 
Funeral directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (not Including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Rug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (Including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustmant and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Dental laboratories 
Sign paintin^^ shops 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(axoluding general repair garages): 
Automobile paint shops 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top and body repair shops 
Other autonotlve repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
Watch, clock, and jewelry 
repair shops 
■ Other repair services 
Custom Industries: 1/ 

Oablnetmakiag shops (including 

woodworking) 
Cider mills and presses 
Grist mills 
Machine shops 

Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
V.elding shops 
Other Industries 

miscellaneous services: 



1,511 



• Include! 
of Manulac 



400 
18 
216 

66 



»3,293 



861 



$602 



that the value of produ. 



incoTporaled bu*i 
•bliahment it lei 



409 

22 
223 

65 



2/ 



$515 



■nufactunng planU r 
■ manufacturing plai 



: included 

2/Les8 th 



Vol. II - Page 48 



CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF VIRGINIA 










TABLE 1. ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 
proprietors 
and fitm 
meml>er* 


Ejnployees 




Pay Roll* 






of 


ReceipU 


( fuUtime 




(add 000) 




Kind of business 


e*Ub- 


and part- 










lislv 




time). Avg. 


Total 


Fulltime 


Part-time 




mentt 


(idd 000) 




for year 








TOTAL FOH STATE 
Personal services: 


6.643 


$20,732 


6.574 


9.373 


$5,992 


54.991 


n.ooi 
















Berber shops 


1,434 


2,753 


1,470 


1,522 


1,019 


973 


46 


Berber end beauty shops 


30 


164 


34 


98 


74 


72 


2 


Beauty parlors 


626 


1,750 


591 


1,024 


670 


635 


35 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 
















alteration, and repair shops 


451 


1,105 


438 


567 


326 


302 


24 


Funeral directors, emb aimers, and 
















crematories 


374 


3,629 


387 


711 


640 


572 


68 


Laundries (not including power 
















leundries) 


100 


202 


92 


155 


52 


45 


7 


Photographic studios 


96 


395 


81 


118 


104 


99 


5 


Rug cleaninf^ end repairing shops 


6 


19 


7 


11 


6 


5 


1 


Shoe reoair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleanin;;) 


695 


1,417 


676 


527 


284 


266 


18 


Other personal services 


14 


27 


13 


9 


7 


6 


1 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


47 


472 


27 


173 


203 


193 


10 


Billboard advertising service 


5 


657 


1 


135 


136 


132 


4 


Dental laboratories 


10 


72 


11 


23 


22 


22 


2/ 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 
















and mailing list service 


13 


50 


12 


23 


18 


18 


s/ 


EmplojTDent agencies 


4 


9 


4 


4 


3 


3 




Sign painting shops 


49 


132 


50 


47 


38 


32 


6 


Window cleaning service 


8 


38 


11 


25 


22 


19 


3 


Other business services 


143 


2,221 


99 


1,433 


1,073 


509 


564 


Repair services and custom industries : 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repeir garages): 
















Automobile laundries 


12 


19 


13 


13 


4 


3 


1 


Automobile paint shops 


13 


32 


15 


13 


7 


5 


2 


Automobile radiator shops 


8 


30 


6 


9 


12 


12 


— 


Automobile rental service 


11 


113 


8 


26 


27 


27 


2/ 


Automobile storage gareges 


19 


356 


12 


91 


47 


45 


2 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


46 


329 


56 


100 


115 


112 


3 


Battery end Ignition repair shops 


10 


61 


10 


17 


16 


14 


2 


Parking lots 


31 


67 


27 


33 


17 


16 


1 


Tire repair shops 


17 


89 


18 


18 


12 


11 


1 


Other automotive repairs 


7 


38 


7 


14 


11 


11 


2/ 


Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes ) : 
















Blacksmith shops 


B78 


237 


283 


59 


30 


23 


7 


Electrical appliance repair shops 


10 


21 


a 


8 


2 


1 


1 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


19 


27 


19 


5 


3 


3 


K 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


16 


47 


16 


11 


9 


9 


2/ 


Radio repair shops 


72 


126 


81 


29 


IS 


16 


2 


Upholstery end furniture repair shops 


140 


203 


149 


66 


40 


31 


9 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


179 


353 


180 


56 


37 


33 


4 


Other repair services 


174 


495 


173 


177 


150 


13 B 


12 


Custom industries: 1/ 
















Oablnetmaking shops (including 
















woodv/orking ) 


20 


24 


24 


10 


3 


1 


2 


Cider mills and presses 


14 


4 


15 


4 


1 


— 


1 


Grist mills 


346 


395 


317 


142 


59 


51 


8 


Machine shops 


36 


98 


35 


34 


24 


22 


2 


Mattress renovating end repeir shops 


10 


26 


10 


8 


5 


4 


1 


Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 


6 


8/ 


6 


3/ 


2/ 


— 


&/ 


Printing and publishing shops 


139 


344 


129 


138 


84 


69 


16 


Saw mills and planing mills 


338 


642 


370 


903 


204 


142 


62 


Threshing, com shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


221 


179 


236 


96 


26 


10 


16 


Tinsmith shops 


26 


70 


30 


25 


16 


10 


6 


Welding shops 


£9 


93 


32 


28 


20 


18 


2 


Other industries 


260 


694 


261 


479 


153 


133 


20 


Miscellaneous services: 


31 


408 


24 


156 


143 


IIB 


25 



* Includes no compcnsati' 
of Manufactures lor the 
V Averase le» than 



aluc of pioduci of each eslabliehn^ 



Vol. II - Page 49 



CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF WASHINGTON 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

oi 
csUb- 
lish- 
ments 



ReceipU 



(add 000) 



Active 
proprietors 
and Hnn 
members 



Employees 
( iuU-time 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
lor year 



Pay Roll' 
(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

personal services: 
Barbel- shops 
Barber and beauty shops 
Beauty parlors 
Cleaning:, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, -and repair shops 
Funeral directors, ecibalmers, and 

crenatories 
Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studies 
Hug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 
Billboard advertising service 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratorlet 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicetine, addressing, mailing, 

and mailing list service 
Employment agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign peir.tinfr: shops 
Window cleaning service 
ether business services 

Repair services and custoirj industries: 
Autorrijtive repairs and services 
(excluding general repair garej^es) : 
Automobile laundries 
AutoitDbile paint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 
Autorw:)tile rental service 
AutoEobile storage garages 
Autoiuoblle top and body repair shops 
Battery and Ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other autoiQotive repairs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods 

repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shop; 
Watch, clock, and Jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries: 'Ij 

Cabinetmaklng shops (including 

woodworking) 
Grist mills 
Hemstitching, embroidering, 

and buttonholing shops 
Klacbine shops 

Kattress renovating and repair shops 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other industries 

Miscellaneous services: 



117 
937 



700 
183 



182 
206 



940 
151 



249 
270 



237 
219 



$9,951 



110,148 



3,053 

434 

2,524 

1,720 

2,939 

249 

824 



1,966 
422 



279 
363 



172 
756 
581 



191 
191 



473 
857 



660 
543 



272 
705 



124 

953 



713 
137 



188 
197 



964 

149 



256 
271 



244 

270 



841 

195 

1,041 

360 

393 



355 

174 



469 
142 



226 
182 



149 
140 



644 
158 
807 



287 
114 



476 
195 



229 
180 



|7,611 



572 
143 
755 

226 

587 



460 
182 



213 
139 



132 
157 



$2.537 



II 



2/ 



And finn membert of unincorporated bi 
value of product of each eatablithinent 



.^/includes 
than the 



and unall manufacturing plants not included in the Censut 
to be claued as a manufacturing plant. '1/ Less than $500. 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 

TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 

BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

of 
ettab- 
lish- 
menU 



Receipt* 
(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 
and firm 
members 



Employees 
(hiU-lime 
and part- 
time). Avg. 
for year 



Pay RoLf 

(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 4,760 $12,703 4,827 

Personal services: 

Barber shops 1,144 1,710 

Barber and beauty shops 43 149 

Beauty parlors 536 1,119 

Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

glteration, and repair shops 333 761 344 

Funeral directors, eiabalmers, and 

crematories 241 2,772 230 

Laundries (not including power 

laundries) 
Photographic studios 
Hug cleaning and repairing shops 
Shoe repair shops end shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personal services 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

collection agencies 31 326 

Billboard advertising service 8 214 

Blueprinting and photostat leboratori 
Dental laboretories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and raailing list service 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
3ign painting shops 
.7indo\i; cleaning service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
(excludint: general repoir garages): 
Aut omob i 1 e la undr i es 
Automobile oaint shops 
Automobile radiator shops 

Autcmobile storage garages 40 219 

Automobile top and body repair shops 43 161 

Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive rex^eirs 
Other repair services (except 
apparel and shoes): 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical appliance repair shops 
Harness and leather goods repair shops 
Locksmith and gunsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholstery and furniture repair shops 
V/atch, clock, and Je-velry 

repeir shops 139 181 

Other repair services 75 125 

Custom industries: 1/ 

Cabinetmaking shops (Including 

v/ood'.vorking) 
Cider mills and presses 
Grist mills 
Machine shops 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 

Molasses, sorghum, and syrup mills 3 2/ 

Printing and publishing shops 81 202 

Saw mills and planing mills 195 261 

Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural services 
Tinsmith shops 
.Velding shops 
Other industries 

Miscellaneous services: 



« Includes no coinpen«lion loi propnelon mn6 firm member* ol unincorporaled buuneaMs.jy Includes custom 

or Manufactures lot the reason that Oie value of product at each establistuikenl is Icm thao the minimum i 
3/ Average less than one. 



$2,842 



^ 



445 
61 
292 

169 

392 



153 
103 
10 



#2,537 



148 
348 



mad «n»ll nunuiActunng plant* no! iodudvd in the Cen*u» 
to b« claM«d M ■ muiufscturing pluil. 2/ Less Ihsn $500. 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF WISCONSIN 
ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PEP,SONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
BY K!NDS OF BUSINESS 



Kind of business 



Number 

ol 
estab- 
lish- 
menu 



(add OOP) 



Active 
proprietors 



Employees 
(hill^ime 
aitd part 

time). Avg. 
lor year 



Pay Roll* 

(add 000) 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Personal services; 
Barber ohops 
Barber nnd beauty ahops 
Beauty parlora 
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, 

alteration, antl rnpair shops 
Fimerol directors, embalmers, and 

crematories 
Laundries (net includinc power 

laundries) 
Photc^raphlc stuHlos 
Rug cleaninr and ropulring shops 
Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 

parlors (including hat cleaning) 
Other personul senricea 

Business services: 

Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 

colloctloE aeencles 
Billboard advertising serviee 
Blueprinting and photostat laboratories 
Dental laboratories 
Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

and maillne list service 
ffinployraent agencies 
Linen, coat, apron, and overall 

supply service 
Sign painting shope 
.'Jlndow cloanlnt' service 
Other business services 

Repair services and custom industries: 
Automotive repairs and services 
{excluding: ^efiural repair garages): 
Automobile Immdries 
Autonobile paint shops 
Autor.obile radiMtor shops 
Automobile reni.al service 
Automobile storage garages 
Automobile top nnd body repair shops 
Battery and ignition repair shops 
Parking lots 
Tire repair shops 
Other automotive repairs 
Other repair sprvices (except 
apparel and shioea) ; 
Blacksmith shops 

Electrical arpliMnoa repair shops 
Harness and ieot.her goods 

reptiir ahoyi.i 
Locksmith and t^unsmith shops 
Radio repair shops 

Upholsterj' and furniture repair shops 
Vlatch, clock, and jewelry 

repair shops 
Other repair services 
Custom industries; 1/ 

Cablnetmaklng shops (including 

woodworking) 
Cider mills and presses 
Grist millB 
Hemstitchint^, embroidering, 

and bui t.nnhnllnp; shops 
\'achin'' si^f'vs 

Mattress renovating and repair shops 
^■olBsses, sorghum, and syrup mills 
Printing and publishing shops 
Saw mills and planing mills 
Threahinfi, com shelling, hay baling, 

and other agricultural Bsrvices 
Tinsmith shops 
Welding shops 
Other industries 



Miscellaneous services: 



13,893 



2,939 

15 

1,111 

824 

403 

152 
314 



1,224 

105 



22 

133 



323 
307 



$40,657 



11,622 



$9,622 



5,175 


3,098 


77 


16 


4.4r:^ 


1,017 


l.,a.i4 


823 


5,213 


395 


296 


157 


1,233 


300 


5b 


26 


2,126 


1,223 


543 


99 



1,022 
430 



458 
425 



101 
167 
605 



231 
118 



379 


259 


455 


201 


512 


283 


79a 


335 



301 

813 

106 

262 

1,362 

642 



320 
358 



2,104 



1,618 

4a 

2,125 

425 

646 

146 
279 



327 
188 



399 
110 



1,596 



189 
252 



308 
212 



1,143 

31 

1,547 

272 

768 



206 
197 



434 

158 



154 
292 



106 
11 



2/ 



300 
191 



♦9,214 



961 

2n 

1,355 

216 

669 

44 
205 



171 
177 



410 
109 



23 

1,683 



138 
249 

31 



247 
119 



>l,40e 



2/ 



2/ 



oi M&fuilactuitt* fof ihc 



propri«to» and firm in«mber» ol unirtcorp«»»<«<J I 
>n that Uie value of product of aacK aatablishmcni 



II nanufaciuring planU not indudad in th« Cenau* 
u«d a* a manuf«:tunnf pUnl, 2/ Less than $500, 



Vol. II - Page 52 



CENSUS OF 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 








BUSINESS 


STATE OF WYOMING 










TABLE 1. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 








BY KINDS OF BUSINESS 












Number 




Active 


Employees 




Pay Roll • 




Kind ol business 


ol 
estab- 


Receipts 


proprietors 
and firm 


(full-time 
and part- 




(add 000) 












lish- 




members 


time). Avg. 


Total 


Full-time 


Part-time 




ments 


(add 000) 




for ye«i 








TOTAL FOR STATE 
Personal services: 


1,079 


i2,825 


1,118 


773 


$633 


$578 


«55 
















Barber shops 


219 


493 


234 


162 


142 


135 


7 


Barber and beauty shops 


13 


56 


13 


20 


19 


19 


2/ 


Beauty parlors 


162 


26*5 


169 


95 


59 


52 


7 


Cleaning, dyeing, pressing. 
















alteration, and repair shops 


67 


223 


69 


63 


46 


41 


5 


Funeral directors, embalmers, and 
















crematories 


31 


389 


32 


53 


59 


51 


8 


Laundries (not including power 
















laundries) 


26 


35 


28 


18 


6 


4 


2 


Photographic studios 


28 


97 


28 


19 


14 


12 


2 


Shoe repair shops and shoe shine 
















parlors (including hat cleaning) 


91 


201 


93 


34 


24 


21 


3 


Other personal services 


8 


11 


8 


6 


3 


3 


2/ 


Business services: 
















Adjustment and credit bureaus, and 
















collection agencies 


11 


70 


6 


33 


41 


40 


1 ■ 


Billboard advertising service 


5 


11 


2 


6 


1 


— 


1 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing. 
















and mailing list service 


4 


12 


4 


23 


2 


1 


1 


Sign painting shops 


6 


22 


5 


7 


3 


— 


3 


Other business services 


44 


116 


30 


49 


58 


53 


5 


Repair services and custom industries: 
















Automotive repairs and services 
















(excluding general repair garages): 
















Automobile paint shops 


3 


5 


3 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Automobile top and body repair shops 


10 


66 


11 


19 


23 


23 


2/ 


Battery and ignition repair shops 


6 


27 


7 


2 


3 


3 


2/ 


Tire repair shops 


6 


13 


5 


4 


2 


2 


2/_ 


Other automotive repairs 


4 


5 


4 


— 


— 


— 




Other repair services (except 
















apparel and shoes): 
















Blacksmith shops 


73 


133 


81 


20 


17 


12 


5 


Harness and leather goods 
















repair shops 


16 


40 


16 


2 


1 


1 


2/__ 


Locksmith and gunsmith shops 


4 


4 


4 


— 


— 


— 




Radio repair shops 


10 


14 


11 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Upholstery and furniture repair shops 


11 


13 


11 


2 


2/ 


— 


2/ 


Watch, clock, and Jewelry 
















repair shops 


16 


30 


17 


1 


2/ 


— 


2/__ 


Other repair services 


25 


69 


27 


9 


14 


14 




Custom industries: 1/ 
















Cablnetmakinfe shops (including 
















woodworking) 


7 


14 


7 


2 


2 


2 


— 


Machine shops 


8 


19 


9 


6 


5 


5 


2/ 


Mattress renovating and repair shops 


3 


4 


3 


1 


2/ 


— 


2/ 


Printing and publishing shops 


30 


73 


30 


34 


20 


18 


2 


Saw mills and planing mills 


67 


98 


82 


42 


17 


17 


— 


Threshing, corn shelling, hay baling. 
















and other agricultural services 


8 


7 


10 


1 


£/ 


— 


2/ 


Tinsmith shops 


5 


13 


5 


6 


3 


2 


1 


Welding shops 


17 


42 


20 


6 


4 


3 


1 


Other industries 


21 


43 


21 


10 


9 


9 


2/ 


Uiscellaneous services: 


14 


92 


12 


18 


36 


35 


1 


• Include, no compenMlio.. lor proprietor, .nd lirrr. member 


o! unincorpora 


ed bu.in«uet l/ln 


dudes custom i 


dustriei, and sma 


11 manufactuTing 


pluils nol include 


d in the Census 



of Manufactures for ifie 



that the value of product 



plant. 2/ Um than $500. 



Vol. II - Page 53 



SERTICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 



SECTION TWO - AREA TABLES 



The remainder of this volume is comprised of two series of tables as follows: 

Table 2. - Presents totals for each county and for 
each city of 2,500 or more inhabitants, and the 
remainder of each county, arranged alphabetically 
within each state and county. 

Table 3. - Presents data, by kinds of business for 
each city of 25,000 or more inhabitants, arranged 
alphabetically by States. As many kinds of business 
are presented for each city as Justify separate 
treatment and as can be shown without disclosing the 
operations of individual establishments. 



Vol. II - Page 54 



ESTIMATED POPULATION BY STATES. JULY 1. 1930 TO JULY 1. 1936 

For convenience In making certain computations and comparisons 
by States, there is shown below an estimate prepared by the 
Bureau of the Census as of July 1 of each year 1930-1936, incl. 



SlTlalon 


Census 

population, 

April 1, 

1930 


Bstimated Population - * 


and 
Stata 


July 1, 
1930 


July 1, 
1931 


July 1, 
1938 


July 1, 
1933 


July 1, 
1934 


July 1, 
1930 


July 1, 
1936 


UNITED 3TATBS .. 


182,775,046 


123,091,000 


184,113,000 


124,974,000 


125,770,000 


126,626,000 


127,521,000 


128,429,000 


NEW ENGLAND 


8,166,341 


8,186,000 


8,252,000 


8,308,000 


8,360,000 


8,414,000 


8,497,000 


8,581,000 


Halna 


797,423 
465,293 
359,611 

4,249,614 
687,497 

1,606,903 


800,000 
468,000 
361,000 

4,257,000 
687,000 

1,613,000 


810,000 
475,000 
364,000 

4,279,000 
686,000 

1,638,000 


819,000 
482,000 
368,000 

4,295,000 
685 , 000 

1,659,000 


829,000 
489,000 
371,000 

4,309,000 
683,000 

1,679,000 


837,000 
496,000 
374,000 

4,326,000 
681,000 

1,700,000 


845,000 
502,000 
377,000 

4,375,000 
681,000 

1,717,000 


853,000 
508,000 
380,000 

4,425,000 
681,000 

1,734,000 


New Hampahlra . . 
Tarmont ........ 

Hasaaohusatts .. 
Rhode Island . . . 
Connaotlout .... 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC .. 


26,260,750 


26,334,000 


26,559,000 


26,741,000 


26,911,000 


27,095,000 


27,245,000 


27,399,000 


New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylranla . . . 


12,588,066 
4,041,334 
9,651,350 


12,615,000 
4,057,000 
9,662,000 


12,690,000 
4,110,000 
9,759,000 


12,743,000 
4,158,000 
9,840,000 


12,791,000 
4,202,000 
9,918,000 


12,846,000 
4,249,000 
10,000,000 


12,890,000 

4,888,000 

10,067,000 


12,935,000 

4,328,000 

10,136,000 


E. N0RT»" CENTRAL . 


25,297,185 


25,321,000 


85,377,000 


25,416,000 


25,444,000 


25,479,000 


25,692,000 


25,708,000 


Ohio 


6,646,697 
3,238,503 
7 ,,630, 654 
4,842,325 
2,939,006 


6,856,000 
3,251,000 
7,647,000 
4,829,000 
2,938,000 


6,674,000 
3,292,000 
7,693,000 
4,786,000 
8,932,000 


6,685,000 
3,328,000 
7,726,000 
4,760,000 
8,926,000 


6,691,000 
3,364,000 
7,756,000 
4,716,000 
2,917,000 


6,701,000 
3,400,000 
7,790,000 
4,680,000 
2,908,000 


8,707,000 
3,429,000 
7,817,000 
4,731,000 
2,908,000 




Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 


3,459,000 
7,845,000 
4,783,000 
2,908,000 


W. NOHTB-CENTHAL . 


13,296,915 


13,325,000 


13,416,000 


13,490,000 


13,559,000 


13,635,000 


13,708,000 


13,782,000 


Minnesota 


2,563,953 
2,470,939 
3,629,367 
680,845 
892,849 
1,377,963 
1,880,999 


2,569,000 
2,476,000 
3,648,000 
682,000 
893,000 
1,377,000 
1,880,000 


2,585,000 
2,498,000 
3,707,000 
687,000 
893,000 
1,375,000 
1,877,000 


2,596,000 
2,503,000 
3,762,000 
690,000 
692,000 
1,372,000 
1,875,000 


2,607,000 
2,513,000 
3,814,000 
893,000 
692,000 
1,368,000 
1,872,000 


2,619,000 
2,525,000 
3,868,000 
697,000 
692,000 
1,364,000 
1,870,000 


8,627,000 
2,534,000 
3,913,000 
700,000 
892,000 
1,384,000 
1,878,000 


8,635,000 
2,543,000 


Missouri 

North Dakota ... 
South Dakota . . . 

Nebraska 

Kansaa 


3,959,000 

703,000 

692,000 

1,364,000 

1,886,000 


SOUTH ATLANTIC . . . 


15,793,589 


15,859,000 


16,084,000 


18,887,000 


18,480,000 


16,680,000 


18,878,000 


17,072,000 


Delaware 

Maryland 

Dist. Coluabla . 

Virginia 

West Virginia .. 
North Carolina . 
South Carolina . 

Georgia 

Florida 


238,380 
1,631,526 

486,869 
2,421,851 
1,729,205 
3,170,276 
1,738,785 
2,908,506 
1,468,211 


239,000 
1,835,000 

492,000 
2,434,000 
1,735,000 
3,186,000 
1,745,000 
2,917,000 
1,476,000 


243,000 
1,646,000 

509,000 
8,480,000 
1,754,000 
3,237,000 
1,767,000 
2,944,000 
1,505,000 


247 , 000 
1,651,000 

526,000 
8,521,000 
1,771,000 
3,284,000 
1,786,000 
2,967,000 
1,534,000 


250,000 
1,657,000 

543,000 
8,568,000 
1,786,000 
3,331,000 
1,803,000 
2,988,000 
1,560,000 


253,000 
1,684,000 

560,000 
2,604,000 
1,802,000 
3,378,000 
1,821,000 
3,011,000 
1,587,000 


258,000 
1,889,000 

594,000 
2,637,000 
1,816,000 
3,417,000 
1,840,000 
3,036,000 
1,614,000 


259,000 
1,674,000 

819,000 
2,871,000 
1,830,000 
3,457,000 
1,860,000 
3,080,000 
1,642,000 


E. SODTH'-CENTRAL • 


9,887,214 


9,926,000 


r 10,059,000 


10,176,000 


10,288,000 


10,408,000 


10,512,000 


10,619,000 


Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi .... 


2,614,589 
2,616,556 
2,646,248 
2,009,821 


2,628,000 
2,630,000 
2,658,000 
2,010,000 


2,677,000 
2,675,000 
2,698,000 
2,009,000 


2,721,000 
2,712,000 
2,734,000 
2,009,000 


2,765,000 
2,747,000 
2,768,000 
2,008,000 


2,810,000 
2,785,000 
2,805,000 
2,008,000 


2,846,000 
8,824,000 
2,834,000 
8,008,000 


2,883,000 
2,864,000 
2,864,000 
8,008,000 


W. SOUTH-CENTRAL , 


12,176,830 


12,212,000 


12,332,000 


12,432,000 


12,524,000 


12,623,000 


12,705,000 


18,790,000 


Arkanaas 

Loulalana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 


1,854,482 
2,101,593 
2,396,040 
5,824,715 


1,863,000 
2,104,000 
2,403,000 
5,842,000 


1,894,000 
2,111,000 
2,429,000 
5,898,000 


1,988,000 
8,113,000 
8,450,000 
5,947,000 


1,948,000 
8,115,000 
8,470,000 
5,991,000 


1,976,000 
2,118,000 
2,491,000 
6,038,000 


1,999,000 
8,180,000 
2,509,000 
6,077,000 


2,023,000 
2,182,000 
2,528,000 
6,117,000 


MOUNTAIN 


3,701,789 


3,704,000 


3,714,000 


3,721,000 


3,725,000 


3,733,000 


3,746,000 


3,759,000 


Montana 

Idaho 


537,606 
445,032 
225,565 
1,035,791 
423,317 
435,573 
507,847 
91,058 


537,000 
447,000 
226,000 
1,038,000 
423,000 
433,000 
509,000 
91,000 


536,000 
454,000 
228,000 
1,044,000 
423,000 
426,000 
510,000 
93,000 


535,000 
460,000 
289,000 
1,049,000 
422,000 
419,000 
512,000 
96,000 


533,000 
466,000 
230,000 
1,053,000 
488,000 
418,000 
515,000 
96,000 


531,000 
473,000 
831,000 
1,058,000 
422,000 
408,000 
514,000 
98,000 


531,000 
479,000 
838,000 
1,062,000 
488,000 
406,000 
515,000 
99,000 


631,000 
486,000 


Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 


233,000 
1,068,000 
422,000 
406,000 
516,000 


Nevada 


100,000 


PACIFIC 


8,194,433 


8,224,000 


8,320,000 


8,404,000 


8,479,000 


8,559,000 


8,^38,000 


8,719,000 


Washington 


1,563,396 

953,786 

5,677,251 


1,568,000 

957,000 

5,899,000 


1,584,000 

969,000 

6,767,000 


1,598,000 

980,000 

5,826,000 


1,610,000 

990,000 

5,879,000 


1,623,000 

999,000 

5,937,000 


1,633,000 
1,008,000 
5,997,000 


1,645,000 
1,017,000 


California 


6,069,000 





















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STATE OF ALABAMA 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


ol 

istablial 
menta 


Receipli 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro- 

prieton 


Em. 
ployees* 


Total. 
Pay Ron 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

of 
esUblith 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro- 

prieton 


Em- 
ployees* 


Total. 
P.y Ron 

(add 000 


TOIM, KB SIAIB 

Auteo^ County 

Sallwli County 

Bartoour County 
Suf.ul« (pop. 5,Z08) 
Samalnder of County 

Bibb County 

Blount County 

Bolluolr County 
Union Springs {pop. 2.875) 
Ramalnder of County 

Butler County 

Oroennlle (pop. 3,985) 
Bsnalcder of County 

Calhoun County 
Annlston (pop. 22,345) 
J^aokoonTlllo (pop. 2,640) 
nedmont (pop. 3,666) 
Ronalnder of County 

CheoiborB County 
Lanstt (pop. 5,204) 
Remainder of County 

Cbeiokee County 

Chilton County 

Chootaw County 

dance County 

Clay County 

dabume County 

Coffee County 

Elba (pop. 2,523) 
Bnterpriee (pop. 8,702) 
Banalnder of County 

Colbert County 

Sheffield (pop. 6,221) 
Tuflcumbla (pop. 4,533) 
Samainder of County 

Conecuh County 

Cooaa County 

CoTln^on County 

Andaluaie (pop. 5,154) 
norala (pop. 2,580) 
Opp (pop. 2,918) 
Banainder of County 

Orenahaw County 

Oullflan County 

CullEBn (pop. 2,766) 
Reanainder of County 

Dale County 

Ozark (pop. 3,103) 
Bemainder of County 

Dellae County 

Seine (pop. 18,012) 
Remainder of County 

Da Ealb County 

Fort Payne (pop, 3,375) 
Beaalnder of County 

SInore County 

Zacmbia County 

Atnora (pop. 3,035) 
BMWton (pop. 2,aie) 
Remainder of County 


7,620 


fc.6,077 


7,563 


9,472 


$4,837 


rayette 0ounty 

Tranklin County 

SueeeUTllle (pop. 3,146) 
Ranainder of County 

Geneva County 

Greene County 

Bale County 

Henry County 

BouatOQ County 

Oothan (pop, 16,046) 
Ramalnder of County 

Jackson County 

Jeffereon County 
Beaaemar (pop. 20,721) 
Birmineham (pop. 259,678) 
Fairfield (pop. U,069) 
Homeimod (pop. 6,103) 
Leeds (pop. 2,529) 
Tarrant City (pop. 7,341) 
Ramalnder of County 

Lamar County 

Lauderdale County 

Florence (pop. 11,729) 
Remainder of County 

Lawrence County 

Lee County 

Auburn (pop. 2,600) 
Opellka (pop, 6,156) 
Remainder of County 

Limestone County 
Athena (pop. 4,238) 
Remainder of County 

Lowndeo County 

Uaooo County 

Tuekegee (pop. 3,314) 
Remainder of County 

UadlBOn County 

Buntenlle (pop. 11,554) 
Ramalnder of County 

Uaren^o County 

Demopolis (pop. 4,037) 
Bemainder of County 

Uarion County 

Marshall County 

AlbertTllle (pop. 2,716) 
OuntersTllle (pop. 2,826) 
Remainder of County 

Mobile County 

Mobile (pop. 68,202) 
Priohard (pop. 4,580) 
Remainder of County 

Monroe County 

Montgomery County 

Montgomery (pop. 66,079) 
Ramalnder of County 

Morgan County 

Decatur (pop. 15,593) 
Remainder of County 

Perry County 

Pickens County 

Pike County 

Troy (pop. 6,314) 
Remainder of County 

Randolph County 
Roanoke (pop. 4,373) 
Remainder of County 


46 
S9 


»65 
109 


47 
93 


32 
67 


«12 
23 


45 
65 
85 


43 

144 
99 


40 
67 
76 


38 
88 
75 


12 
31 
20 


25 
64 

244 
16 
37 
77 

301 


44 
65 

246 
17 
27 
62 

481 


26 
67 

252 
17 
42 
74 

£69 


19 
46 

226 

6 
15 
78 
365 


9 
14 

57 

2 

5 

19 

130 


27 

58 

29 

82 
39 


56 

43 

40 

76 
63 


27 
SI 

28 

65 
41 


25 
SO 

23 

57 

39 


11 

9 

U 
15 
16 


23 
16 

78 


41 
22 

UO 


23 
18 

78 


28 
U 

76 


13 
3 

31 


82 
219 

21S 

1,119 


325 

156 

137 
4,413 


60 
209 

215 

1,077 


169 
196 

Ul 

1,897 


90 

40 

38 
1,486 


36 
40 

149 


54 
56 

356 


40 
38 

160 


26 

50 

165 


14 
17 

93 


82 
665 

32 
9 
7 

29 

75 

67 
169 


193 
3,998 
78 
16 
U 
36 
79 

67 

256 


83 

845 
31 
10 
6 
32 
70 

76 

180 


97 
1,696 
36 
12 
10 
16 
31 

26 

96 


56 

1,377 

21 

8 

3 
5 
16 

7 

69 


94 

9 
15 
31 

62 


300 
U 
24 

23 

147 


93 
9 
17 
31 

63 


134 
7 
10 
14 

69 


83 
3 
4 
3 

31 


21 

41 

70 
37 
60 
42 
43 
20 
121 


80 
67 

43 

65 

54 

57 

55 

28 

120 


23 
40 

75 

43 

47 

41 

47 

22 

120 


33 
36 

20 

29 

109 

35 

40 

12 

96 


17 
14 

6 

U 

20 

14 

14 
4 
29 


70 
99 

74 

59 


200 
65 

50 

126 


75 
105 

76 

62 


75 
20 

19 

77 


52 

7 

7 
38 


15 
19 
25 

150 


28 
70 
28 

161 


16 
22 
25 

160 


23 
40 
14 

66 


12 
23 
3 

31 


41 
109 

25 

74 


106 
53 

20 

86 


44 
116 

26 

69 


32 
34 

7 

69 


24 

7 

3 
27 


15 
21 
88 

92 


24 

38 
56 

164 


16 
24 

60 


16 
22 

57 

67 


5 
8 
16 

54 


37 

37 

170 


65 
21 

357 


34 
36 

162 


41 
28 

178 


23 
4 

93 


32 
16 
44 

61 

67 

U8 


58 
71 
35 

134 

60 

158 


30 
13 
42 

62 

70 

123 


29 

36 
22 

79 

65 

87 


20 
26 
9 

33 

13 

34 


70 
100 

106 


261 
96 

79 


64 

66 

98 


120 
68 

68 


72 
21 

17 


22 

64 

68 
123 


46 
33 

66 

196 


21 

77 

74 
112 


24 

44 

35 
78 


10 
7 

11 

42 


39 
16 
21 
42 

60 

153 


75 
21 
26 
36 

72 

201 


41 
16 
22 
44 

60 

163 


32 
10 

15 
30 

46 

132 


19 
3 
5 
7 

19 

49 


29 
22 
72 

407 


61 
68 
67 

2.340 


26 
23 
61 

393 


23 
31 
24 

1.764 


13 
20 

9 

888 


39 
114 

218 


125 
76 

152 


40 
123 

226 


53 
79 

189 


34 

16 

46 


313 

20 
74 

26 

266 


2,227 
40 
73 

31 

1.033 


296 
20 
75 

28 

289 


1,708 
18 
38 

14 

506 


870 
9 
9 

6 

361 


19 
199 

87 


35 
U7 

296 


20 
206 

90 


24 
166 

183 


U 
35 

98 


60 

7 

60 


292 
3 

U7 


83 
7 

83 


163 
61 


98 
26 


258 

30 

171 


1,006 
27 

279 


261 
28 

177 


499 
7 

105 


388 
3 

60 


26 
54 

91 

66 


81 
36 

149 

110 


29 
64 

96 

58 


33 
26 

91 

67 


21 
5 

32 

26 


62 

109 

40 
63 
59 


173 
106 

62 

83 

85 


65 
112 

40 

68 

67 


61 
44 

44 

86 

46 


43 

17 

16 
23 
23 


18 
20 
28 

169 


38 

42 
30 

369 


U 
16 
31 

156 


26 

27 
14 

182 


U 
12 

6 

108 


27 
32 

72 


66 
29 

63 


33 
34 

70 


20. 
14 

34 


18 
5 

11 


Attalla (pop. 4,565) 
Oadeden (pop. 3(,586) 
Saaaindar of County 


22 
110 
57 


37 
311 
£1 


17 
100 
39 


12 
1ST 

1! 


6 
98 

4 


27 
46 


45 
16 


28 
42 


21 
13 


9 
2 






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STATE OF ALABAMA Continued) 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RFXEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Numbe 

ol 
atablish 
menu 


ReceipU 

(add 0001 


Active 
Pro- 
prietor* 


Em- 
ployees- 


ToliJ. 
P.y Ron 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
eal.bliih 


Receipt. 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro- 
prietor. 


Em. 
pioyee.- 


Tol.1. 
P«y Ron 

(add 000 


Russell County 

PheQlX City (pop. 13,862) 
RamalQder of County 

St. Clair County 

Shelby County 

Sumter County 

Talladega County 

Sylacauga (pop. 4,115) 
Talladega (pop, 7.596) 
Remainder of County 

Tallapoosa County 

Alexander City (pop. 4,519) 
Remainder of County 


82 


»119 


75 


76 


»24 


Tuscaloosa Coimty 


118 


t451 


108 


273 


tl47 


40 
42 

159 

47 

53 

98 


90 
29 

167 
66 
52 

191 


37 
38 

156 
49 
55 

101 


43 
33 

134 
33 
32 

117 


18 
6 

37 

16 

10 

56 


TuBceloosa (pop, 20,659} 
Ramainder of Coimty 

Walker County 

Carbon Hill (pop. 2,619) 
Jasper (pop. 5,313) 
Remainder of Coimty 

Washington Coimty 

Wilcox County 

Winston Coimty 


108 
10 

152 


442 

9 

268 


100 
8 

155 


267 
6 

132 


^i5 
2 

74 


15 
60 
87 

31 

67 

66 


27 
166 

75 

67 
38 
78 


17 
51 
87 

31 

62 

69 


8 

63 
61 

170 

26 

66 


2 

52 
20 

24 

8 

20 


35 
33 
30 

81 


78 
74 
39 

102 


37 
31 
33 

84 


45 
40 
32 

67 


24 

20 
12 

29 


30 

51 


66 

36 


32 
52 


38 
29 


21 
8 




STATE OF ARIZONA 


TOTAL FOR STATE 

.^acbe County 

Cochise County 

Blabee (pop. 8,023) 
Douglas (pop. 9,828) 
Remainder of County 

Coconino County 

Flagstaff (pop. 3,891) 
Ramainder of County 

Gila County 

Globe (pop. 7,157) 
Miami (pop. 7,693) 
Remainder of County 

Graham County 

Greenlee County 

Maricopa County 

Glendale (pop. 3,665) 
Mesa (pop. 3,711) 
Phoenix {pop. 48,118) 
Remainder of County 


1.381 


»5,112 


1.376 


1,664 


tl.468 


Mohave County 

Navajo Coimty 

Wlnslow (pop. 3,917) 
Remainder of County 

Pima County 

Tucson (pop. 32,606) 
Remainder of County 

Pinal County 

Santa Cruz Coimty 
Nogales (pop. 6,006) 
Remaindar of County 

Yavapai Coimty 

Jeroms (pop. 4,932) 
Proscott (pop. 5,517) 
Remainder of Coimty 

Yuma Coimty 

Yuma (pop. 4,892) 
Remainder of County 


20 

54 


t 62 

113 


19 
53 


15 
39 


t IS 
22 


15 
102 


15 
263 


17 
105 


2 
70 


1 
58 


30 
24 

165 


76 
37 

716 


29 
24 

156 


21 
18 

232 


14 
8 

210 


20 
48 
34 

43 


78 
122 
63 

242 


21 
50 
34 

37 


18 
31 
21 

86 


16 
26 
16 

66 


151 
14 

65 

46 


678 
37 

121 

101 


143 
13 

66 

48 


220 
12 

26 

40 


201 
9 

21 

27 


23 
20 

70 


93 
149 

134 


23 
14 

68 


23 
63 

37 


22 
43 

32 


41 
4 

96 


99 
2 

291 


45 
3 

102 


39 

1 

77 


26 

1 

70 


29 
29 
12 

28 

7 

627 


77 
42 
15 

75 

6 

2,806 


28 
27 
13 

29 

7 

626 


23 
10 

4 

15 
985 


22 

6 
4 

13 
890 


13 
53 
29 

45 


23 
210 
58 

169 


16 
67 
29 

44 


1 
58 
18 

40 


^56 

14 

44 


33 
12 


145 
24 


33 
11 


36 
5 


39 
6 


14 
34 
443 
136 


33 

116 

2,437 

219 


14 
36 
435 

140 


9 
25 
887 
64 


5 
24 
822 

39 


STATE OF ARKANSAS 


TOTAL FOR STATE 

Apkaneaa County 

Stuttgart (pop. 4,927) 
Remainder of County 

Ashley County 

Croseett (pop. 2,811) 
Ramainder of County 

Baxter Coimty 

Benton County 

Rogers (pop. 3,554) 
Ramainder of County 

Boone County 

Harrison (pop. 3,626) 
Ramainder of County 

Bradley County 

Warren (pop. S,9e3] 
Ramainder of County 

Calhoun County 

CuTOll County 

Chloot County 

D«nsott (pop. 2.942) 
Ramainder of County 


5,427 


»11,206 


5,616 


5,405 


(2,905 


Clark County 
irkadelphia (pop. 3,380) 
Ramainder of County 

Clay County 

Cleburne County 

Cleveland County 

Columbia Coimty 
Hagnolia (pop. 3,008) 
Ramainder of County 

Conway Coimty 
Uorrilton (pop. 4,043) 
Remainder of County 

Craighead County 

Joneeboro (pop. 10,326) 
Remainder of County 

Craitford County 

Van Buren (pop. 6,182) 
Remainder of County 

Crittenden County 

Croee County 
Wynne (pop. 3,505} 
Remainder of County 


69 


»109 


66 


57 


126 


117 


189 


124 


108 


40 


29 
30 

99 

36 

22 

46 


70 
39 

175 

44 

27 

70 


31 
35 

90 

57 

25 

49 


30 
27 

101 

19 

20 

11 


17 
9 

40 
7 
6 

12 


55 
62 

38 


105 
84 

70 


69 

66 

40 


42 

66 

33 


20 
20 

17 


4 
34 

26 

182 


15 
65 

19 

232 


4 
36 

25 

197 


11 
22 

9 

99 


5 
12 

3 

36 


25 

21 

63 


60 
20 

97 


28 
21 

64 


29 
12 

42 


n 

1 
18 


38 
144 

61 


68 
164 

87 


41 
156 

53 


22 

77 

40 


12 

24 

20 


39 
24 

184 


77 
20 

371 


40 
24 

184 


32 

10 

216 


14 

4 

96 


35 
16 

26 


70 
17 

66 


35 
18 

27 


38 
2 

22 


19 

1 

10 


84 

100 

75 


298 
73 

76 


84 
100 

74 


148 
68 

47 


83 

12 

14 


23 

3 

16 

68 
48 


64 
2 

18 

88 

75 


24 

3 

16 
68 
49 


22 

19 
61 
43 


10 

6 
17 
18 


29 
4« 

49 

72 


48 
28 

6S 

79 


30 
44 

47 

77 


22 
28 

32 

37 


9 
S 

16 

IS 


15 
33 


20 

SB 


16 
S.1 


IS 
28 


6 
13 


29 
43 


46 

33 


34 
43 


20 
17 


8 

e 



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STATE OF ARKANSAS Continued, 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Numb., 

of 
Mtabhsti 


Receipts 

(ailil 0001 


Active 
Pro- 
prietors 


Em 
ployees' 


Total . 
Pay Roll 

adr' 000 


County and city 


Number 

o( 
establish 


Receipts 

(iddHOOl 


Active 

Pro. 

prietors 


Em 
ployees" 


Total, 
Pay Roll 

(add 000 


Dallas county 

Fordyce (pop. 3,206) 
Rennelnder of County 

1 Desha County 

McOehee (pop. 3,468) 
Remainder of County 

Dian county 

!.:ontlcello (pop. 3,076) 
Remainder of County 

Faultcner County 

Conway (pop. 5,534) 
Retnalnder of County 

Franklin County 

Fulton County 

Garland County 

Hot Springs (pop. 20,236] 
Remainder of County 

Grant County 

Greene County 

Paragould (pop. 5,966) 
Remainder of County 

Hempstead County 
Hope (pop. 6,008) 
Remainder of County 

Hot Spring County 
Malvern (pop. 5,115) 
Remainder of County 

Howard County 

Independence County 

BatesTllle (pop. 4,484) 
Remainder of county 

Izard County 

Jackson County 

Newport (pop. 4,547) 
Remainder of County 

Jefferson County 

Pine Bluff (pop. 20,760) 
Remainder of County 

Johnson County 

ClarksTille (pop. 3,031) 
Remainder of County 

Lafayette County 
Stamps (pop. 2,705) 
Remainder of County 

Lawrence County 

Lee County 

Marlanna (pop. 4,314) 
Remainder of County 

Lincoln County 

Little River County 

Logan County 

Parle (pop. 3,234) 
Remainder of County 

Lonoke County 

Madison County 

Marion County 

Miller County 

Texarkana (part) (pop. 10,764)*/ 
Remainder of County 

Mississippi County 

Blythevllle (pop. 10,098) 
Osceola (pop. 2,573) 
Remainder of county 


37 


»65 


41 


44 


»17 


Monroe County 

Brintley (pop. 3,046) 
Remainder of County 

Montgomery County 

Nevada County 

Prescott (pop. 3,U3:v 
Remainder of County 

NewtoQ County 

Otlachlta County 

Camden (pop. 7,273) 
Remainder of Cotinty 

Perry County 

Phillips County 

Helena (pop. 8,316) 
Vest Helena (pop. 4,489) 
Remainder of Cotinty 

Pike County 

Poinsett County 

Trumann (pop. 2,995) 
Remainder of County 

Polk County 

Uena (pop. 3,118) 
Remainder of County 

Pope Covinty 

Russellville (pop. 5,628) 
Remainder of County 

Prairie County 

Pulaski County 

Little Hock (pop. 81,679) 
North Little Rock (pop.19,418) 
Remainder of County 

Randolph County 

St. Francis County 

Forrest City (pop. 4,594) 
Remainder of County 

Saline County 

Benton (pop. 3,445) 
Remainder of County 

Scott County 

Searcy County 

Sebastian County 

Fort Smith (pop. 31,429) 
Remainder of County 

Sevier County 

De Queen (pop. 2,938) 
Rflnaittder of County 

Sharp County 

Stone County 

Union County 

El Dorado (pop. 16,421) 
Smackover (pop. 2,544) 
Remainder of County 

Van Buren County 

Washington County 

Fayettevllle (pop. 7,394) 
Springdale (pop. 2,763) 
Remainder of Coimty 

ffhlte County 

Searcy (pop. 3,387) 
Remainder of County 

Woodruff County 

Yell County 


51 


te7 


58 


38 


»16 


30 
7 

54 


67 
8 

71. 


34 
7 

51 


40 

4 

29 


16 

1 

17 


24 

27 

7 
44 


43 
44 

17 

76 


25 
33 

5 

50 


21 

17 

b 

36 


8 
8 

4 

16 


31 
23 

45 


52 
19 

48 


28 
23 

51 


25 
4 

20 


16 

1 

6 


29 
15 

48 

81 


63 
13 

29 

124 


33 
IV 

49 

83 


21 
17 

38 

68 


1 
8 
38 


25 
20 

99 


40 
8 

123 


31 
20 

113 


14 
6 

55 


5 

1 

23 


36 
63 

40 

37 

242 


101 
22 

38 

24 

826 


41 
72 

43 

37 

239 


32 
23 

21 

13 

386 


18 
5 

4 

233 


54 
27 

19 

115 


107 
17 

12 

252 


57 
26 

20 

118 


61 
7 

4 

127 


35 
3 

1 

109 


61 
21 

33 

31 
84 


140 

31 

81 

37 
160 


63 
22 

33 

34 
75 


63 
18 

46 

8 
80 


41 
10 
58 

4 

52 


218 
24 

21 

72 


795 
31 

28 

178 


209 
30 

24 

81 


367 
19 

17 

91 


228 
5 

5 

38 


13 
71 

63 


47 
113 

89 


9 
66 

67 


22 
68 

34 


20 
32 

14 


50 
22 

51 


150 
28 

68 


57 
24 

57 


61 

40 

31 


31 
7 

18 


42 

21 

84 


70 
19 

151 


43 
24 

93 


26 
8 

88 


13 

1 

32 


30 
21 

59 


58 
10 

110 


35 
22 

68 


25 

6 

68 


15 
3 

27 


47 
37 

27 

581 


102 
49 

74 

2.345 


49 
44 

23 

586 


39 

49 

18 
1,060 


22 

10 

9 
796 


39 
20 

53 

63 


76 
34 

51 

87 


43 
25 

61 

68 


36 
32 

18 

55 


17 
10 

5 

24 


463 
83 
35 

41 

50 


2,025 
198 
122 

47 

125 


464 

86 
36 

41 

48 


896 
76 

88 

22 
55 


708 
46 
42 

10 

28 


35 
28 

37 

63 


62 
25 

34 

84 


42 

26 

44 
64 


30 
26 

10 

50 


17 
7 

2 

18 


26 
37 

142 


52 
32 

384 


30 
34 

141 


26 
24 

157 


13 
5 

109 


37 
13 

39 


109 
16 

76 


35 
13 


44 

11 


20 


115 
27 

47 


370 
14 

73 


112 
29 

56 


147 
10 

33 


106 
3 

11 


19 

20 

25 
31 
254 


41 
35 

E8 

25 

797 


20 
24 

23 

33 
264 


14 
42 

8 

13 

293 


7 
11 

3 

2 

202 


26 
21 

37 


55 
18 

S3 


31 
25 

39 


15 
18 

25 


8 
3 

12 


12 
25 

64 

37 


27 
26 

106 

95 


13 
26 

65 

37 


11 
14 

64 

48 


6 
6 

28 

24 


204 
50 


753 
44 

68 


204 
50 

38 


278 
IS 

2.3 


199 
3 

10 


25 
12 

23 

15 

139 


58 
10 

19 

16 

466 


26 
12 

22 

18 

139 


21 
2 

13 

3 

205 


10 

2/ 

4 

2 

138 


31 
6 

20 

30 

76 


89 
6 

15 

47 

92 


31 
6 

22 

29 

83 


44 

4 

3 

26 
51 


23 

1 

2 
10 
17 


93 
14 
32 

51 

168 


401 
22 
43 

31 

329 


93 
14 
32 

48 

134 


155 

11 
39 

13 

185 


119 

a 

11 
4 
62 


29 
47 

80 

36 

28 

65 


53 
39 

128 
37 
14 

220 


31 
52 

76 

46 

29 

65 


24 
27 

64 

36 

11 

124 


11 
6 

30 
4 
2 

66 


58 
28 
82 

108 


185 
56 
SB 

139 


61 
28 
95 

113 


79 
19 
87 

51 


43 
9 
10 

23 


58 

7 

165 


216 
4 

348 


58 

7 

169 


124 
165 


66 
95 


28 
80 

39 

95 


62 

77 

75 
108 


31 
82 

40 

93 


24 
27 

27 

71 


12 
11 

15 

18 


63 
25 

77 


168 
45 
135 


69 
27 
73 


73 
26 
66 


52 
16 
27 



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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 












CENSUS OF 






















BUSINESS 








STATE OF CAUFOPJ^IA 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Numbe 

of 
Mtablish 
menu 




Active 


Em. 
ployee»" 


ToUl. 




Numbe 




Active 




Total, 


County and city 


ReceipU 

(add 0001 


Pro. 
prietoi. 


Pay Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


ol 
ettablish 
ments 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Pro- 
prieton 


Em. 
ployee.- 


Pay Ron 

(add 000 


TOTAL FOB 8TAXK 


39,480 


♦ 178,527 


10,280 


53,170 


154,796 


Los Angeles County (Cont'd) 
Huntington Park (pop. 24,691) 


224 


% 706 


232 


219 


\ 156 












AlaiDAda County 

AlBmedB (pop, 35.033) 


3,273 


1?,220 


3,373 


3,936 


3,949 


Ingleirood (pop, 19,480) 
La Tame (pop. 2,860) 


143 
13 


401 
23 


144 
13 


103 

7 


76 

4 


166 


967 


171 


258 


310 


Albany (pop. 8,569) 


34 


67 


35 


16 


10 


Long Beach (pop. 142,032) 


1,266 


5,003 


1,298 


1,722 


1,317 


Berkeley (pop. 82,109) 


497 


1,494 


622 


379 


318 


Los Angelas (pop. 1.240,359) 


11,652 


60,116 


11,471 


19,886 


19,619 


Hayward (pop. 5,530) 


72 


227 


77 


44 


37 


Lynwood (pop, 7,323) 


47 


180 


49 


15 


22 


Llvemore (pop. 3,119) 


23 


73 


26 


17 


16 


Maynood (pop. 6,794) 


40 


99 


43 


25 


19 


Oakland (pop, 284.063) 


2,308 


9,975 


2,366 


3,137 


3,188 


lIonroTle (pop. 10,890) 


54 


300 


54 


787 


134 


San Leandro (pop* 11,455) 


61 


135 


61 


26 


19 


Lontebello (pop, 5,498) 


21 


53 


21 


9 


4 


Piedmont (pop. 9,333) ~l 
Remainder of County J 


112 


292 


115 


59 


51 


feiOnterey Park (pop, 6,406) 


85 


71 


26 


10 


10 


Pasadena (pop. 76,086) 


651 


2,816 


627 


809 


797 














Pomona (pop. 20,804) 


129 


444 


132 


104 


U2 


Alpine County (Combined with 
Amador County) 1/ 


- 


- 


-- 


- 


-- 


Redondo Beach (pop. 9,347) 
San Fernando (pop. 7,567) 


80 
61 


176 
161 


81 
50 


48 
50 


34 

35 


Amadore and Alpine Counties 1/ 


29 


66 


30 


5 


7 


San Gabriel (pop. 7,224) 
San Wrino (pop. 3,730) 


89 
8 


61 
22 


33 

7 


19 
5 


12 
5 


Butte County 

Chico (pop, 7,961) 
OroTille (pop, 3.698) 
Remainder of County 


168 


567 


175 


126 


119 


Santa lionlca (pop. 37,146) 
Sierra Itadre (pop. 3,650) 
Signal Hill (pop. 2,938) 
South Gate (pop. 19,632) 
South Pasadena (pop, 15,730) 


442 

11 
32 
96 
69 


1,316 
31 
419 
267 
167 


433 
12 
38 

100 
65 


S41 
6 
88 
65 
42 


296 
5 

127 
61 
40 


71 
43 
54 


273 
142 
152 


75 
44 

56 


60 
£9 
37 


61 
35 
23 


Calaveras County 


£6 


58 


26 


7 


5 


Torrance (pop. 7,271) 
«lilttler (pop. 14,822) 


29 
127 


87 
440 


31 

126 


23 
116 


IS 

113 


Colusa County 


A4 


13S 


44 


20 


22 


Remainder of County 


1,183 


3,747 


1,198 


803 


907 


Contra Costa County 
Antiocb (pop. 3,563) 


380 


1.542 


387 


326 


313 


Madera County 

kadera (pop. 4,665) 


67 


143 


59 


32 


31 


15 


382 


14 


27 


46 


42 


128 


43 


29 


27 


El Cerrlto (pop. 3,870) 


19 


43 


20 


14 


11 


Remainder of County 


15 


21 


16 


3 


4 


Idartlnez (pop, 6,569) 


39 


172 


36 


54 


61 














Plttabure (pop. 9.610) 
Richmond (pop. 20,093) 


46 

132 


113 
638 


47 
136 


26 

142 


22 

118 


Marin County 

Mill Valley (pop. 4,164) 


157 


499 


159 


109 


99 


15 


31 


13 


5 


3 


Remainder of County 


129 


294 


134 


63 


65 


San Anselmo (pop. 4,650) 
San Rafael (pop. 8,022) 


21 
75 


83 
292 


28 

77 


14 
69 


13 

67 


Dal Norte Goimty 


30 


52 


30 


10 


7 


Sauaallto (pop. 3,667) 


9 


27 


9 


9 


7 














Remainder of County 


37 


66 


38 


12 


9 


Eldorado Coxinty 


40 


113 


43 


25 


26 


























Marlpoaa County 


16 


62 


14 


21 


21 


Fresno County 


914 


3,179 


926 


767 


767 


Mendocino County 

Fort Bragg (pop. 3,082) 


100 


267 


106 


79 


48 


Coellnga (pop, 2,851) 
Fresno (pop, 52,513) 


22 
629 


67 
2,576 


22 

633 


16 

666 


14 
664 


23 


64 


21 


16 


10 


Reedley (pop. 2,589) 


23 


66 


25 


5 


6 


Ukiah (pop. 3,124) 


37 


123 


43 


30 


20 


Sanger (pop, 2,967) 


23 


64 


22 


15 


14 


Remainder of County 


40 


SO 


42 


33 


18 


Selma (pop. 3,047) 


34 


75 


34 


13 


IS 














Remainder of County 


163 


341 


189 


52 


45 


Merced County 

Merced (pop. 7,066) 


139 


518 




105 


126 


55 


342 


60 


84 


108 


Glenn County 


43 


117 


44 


23 


23 


Remainder of County 


84 


176 


85 


21 


18 


Humboldt County 

Eureka (pop, 15,752) 


204 


605 


223 


128 


114 


Modoc County 


31 


68 


34 


19 


13 


138 


462 


165 


95 


95 


Remainder of County 


66 


143 


68 


33 


19 


Mono County 


12 


20 


13 


8 


5 


Ia5)erlal County 


221 


696 


224 


174 


164 


Monterey County 


264 


979 


277 


221 


211 


Brewley (pop, 10,439) 
Caleiieo (pop. 6,299) 


67 
36 


179 
98 


63 
35 


39 
24 


37 
20 


Monterey (pop, 9,141) 
Pacific Grove (pop, 5,558) 


69 
26 


292 
74 


73 
27 


75 
14 


67 

11 


El Centro (pop. 8,434) 


77 


313 


77 


80 


82 


Salinas (pop. 10,263) 


94 


434 


99 


95 


102 


Remainder of County 


51 


106 


49 


31 


26 


Eeanalnder of County 


76 


179 


78 


37 


31 


Inyo County 


36 


108 


43 


28 


25 


Napa County 

Napa (pop. 6,437) 


135 


422 


146 


109 


104 


69 


889 


74 


76 


84 


Kem County 

Bakersfield (pop. 26,015) 


373 


1.78S 


389 


368 


440 


Remainder of County 


66 


133 


72 


33 


20 


£04 


1,277 


216 


271 


344 


Delano (pop. 2,632) 
Taft (pop. 3,442) 


18 


69 


19 


15 


16 


Neyada County 


72 


257 


71 


50 


55 


36 


176 


43 


50 


46 


Grass Valley (pop. 3,817) 


35 


145 


34 


32 


34 


Remainder of County 


U5 


261 


111 


32 


35 


Remainder of County 


37 


112 


37 


18 


21 


Kings County 


122 


510 


123 


84 


102 


Orange County 


607 


2,460 


661 


688 


615 


Hanford (pop. 7,028) 


67 


218 


67 


45 


44 


Anaheim (pop. 10,995) 


66 


219 


72 


54 


45 


Remainder of County 


65 


292 


56 


59 


58 


Pullerton (pop. 10,860) 


63 


203 


71 


31 


28 














Huntington Beach (pop, 3,690) 


25 


109 


29 


17 


17 


Lake County 


46 


109 


46 


25 


22 


Orange (pop. 6,066) 


53 


311 


65 


97 


. 63 














Santa Ana (pop, 30,382) 


208 


957 


220 


247 


279 


Lassen County 


30 


102 


28 


30 


27 


Remainder of County 


192 


661 


204 


242 


183 


Los Angeles County 


17,963 


33,302 


17,872 


26,900 


25.801 


Placer County 


89 


237 


96 


39 


*1 


Alhambra (pop, 29,478) 


217 


586 


224 


168 


136 


Auburn (pop. 2,661) 


22 


■70 


26 


12 


15 


Arcadia (pop. 5.216) 


29 


46 


30 


16 


10 


RoseTllle (pop. 6,425) 


32 


83 


35 


13 


12 


Azuea (pop, 4.808) 


22 


67 


22 


12 


9 


Remainder of County 


36 


84 


35 


14 


14 


Bell (pop. 7,884) 


67 


166 


71 


123 


68 


Plumae County 


36 


65 


38 


13 


8 


BplTedere (pop. 33,023) 


99 


237 


102 


70 


61 














BeTerly Hills (pop. 17,429) 
Btirbank (pop. 16,662) 


180 
92 


1,932 
250 


170 
94 


364 
71 


887 

56 


HlTerelde County 

Banning (pop. 2,752) 


361 


1,242 


384 


300 


284 


12 


41 


13 


8 


7 


Cla: emont (pop. 2,719) 


19 


60 


20 


14 


13 


Corona (pop. 7,018) 


30 


92 


30 


19 


14 


Compton (pop, 12,516) 


09 


325 


90 


78 


62 


Rlyerslde (pop. 29,696) 


160 


733 


178 


187 


188 


Covins (pop, 2.774) 


35 


101 


41 


16 


13 


Remainder of County 


169 


37<i 


163 


86 


75 


Culrer City (pop, 5,669) 


74 


244 


79 


64 


49 














El fconte (pop, 3,479) 
El Segundo (pop. 3,503) 


32 

11 


102 
18 


34 

11 


30 

3 


27 

1 


Sacramento County 

Sacramento (pop. 93,750) 


893 


3,949 


960 


981 


1.033 


781 


3,676 


840 


936 


986 


Gardena (pop. 15.969) 


37 


62 


40 


14 


8 


Remainder of County 


112 


273 


120 


45 


47 


Glendale (pop. 62.736) 


463 


1,826 


474 


523 


479 














Glendore (pop, S,76l) 
Hawthorne (pop. 6,596) 


21 

33 


36 
65 


20 
35 


8 
11 


4 
7 


San Benito County 

Eolllster (pop. 3,757) 


40 


110 


46 


11 


10 


32 


99 


37 


10 


10 


Hennosa Beach (pop. 4,796) 


31 


84 


31 


14 


10 


Remainder of County 


8 


11 


8 


1 


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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 












CENSUS OF 






















BUSINESS 






STATE OF 


CALIFORNIA Continued . 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INVIABITANTS 














Number 




Active 




Total. 




Number 




Active 




Total. 


County and city 


of 
slablish 


ReceipU 


Pro- 


Em. 
ployees" 


Pay RoU 


County and city 


of 
establisfi 


ReceipU 


Pro- 


Em. 
ployees* 


Pay Roll 




ments 


(add 0001 


prietors 




add 000 




ments 


(add 000) 


prietoiv 




ladd 000 


San Bernardino County 
CMno (pop. 3,118) 


565 


»2.009 


570 


535 


♦486 


Shasta County 

Redding (pop. 4,188) 


66 


t261 


70 


72 


»64 


15 


43 


13 


9 


5 


48 


451 


50" 


61 


57 


Colton (pop. 8,014) 


25 


66 


29 


12 


8 


Remainder of County 


18 


30 


20 


11 


7 


Needles (pop. 3,144) 


14 


51 


16 


12 


11 














Ontario (pop. 13,583) 


60 


273 


57 


66 


72 


Sierra County 


8 


19 


9 


3 


2 


Redlands (pop. 14,177) 


68 


308 


66 


77 


85 














San Bernardino (pop. 37,481) 
Upland (pop. 4,713) 


226 

18 


855 
36 


242 

17 


251 

e 


232 

4 


Siskiyou County 

Dunsmuir (pop. 2,610 ) 


82 


197 


88 


44 


32 


18 


42 


19 


9 


8 


Remainder of County 


139 


387 


130 


100 


69 


Hemainder of County 


64 


155 


69 


35 


24 


San Diego County 

Chula VlBta (pop. 3,869) 


1,476 


5,466 


1,499 


1,526 


1,543 


Solano County 

Benlcia (pop. 2,913) 


201 


1.481 


212 


145 


196 


22 


62 


24 


12 


10 


13 


364 


12 


22 


37 


Coronado (pop, 5,425) 


28 


96 


28 


32 


27 


Tallejo (pop. 14,476) 


116 


315 


128 


73 


67 


tscondido (pop. 3,421) 


24 


78 


23 


26 


20 


Remainder of County 


72 


802 


72 


60 


92 


La b^sa (pop. 2,513) 


19 


55 


19 


7 


5 














National City (pop, 7,301) 
Oceanside (pop. 3,508) 


28 
28 


64 

66 


29 

30 


14 
14 


11 

11 


SonoiEa County 

Petaluma (pop. 8,245) 


400 


1,108 


414 


241 


215 


92 


274 


96 


52 


45 


San Die(;o (pop. 147,995) 


1,229 


4,752 


1,246 


1,313 


1,364 


Santa Rosa (pop. 10,636) 


115 


450 


118 


124 


121 


Remainder of County 


98 


293 


100 


109 


95 


Remainder of County 


193 


384 


200 


65 


49 


San Francisco County 

San Trancisco (pop. 634,394) 


5,755 


36,272 


5.938 


11,809 


14,569 


Stanislaus County 

llodesto (pop. 13,842) 


287 


1,048 


311 


233 


216 


5,755 


36,272 


5,938 


11,809 


14,569 


168 


703 


173 


174 


170 














Turlock (pop, 4,276) 


39 


163 


44 


23 


23 


San Joaquin Coiinty 
Lodi (pop. 6,788) 


669 


2,358 


707 


506 


516 


Remainder of County 


90 


182 


94 


36 


23 


76 


255 


83 


50 


49 


Stoclrton (pop. 47,963) 
Tracy (pop. 3,829) 


477 
28 


1,852 

83 


500 
30 


393 
16 


421 

13 


Sutter County 

Yuba City (pop. 3,605) 


60 


143 


61 


51 


37 


25 


88 


27 


23 


21 


Remainder of County 


88 


168 


94 


47 


33 


Remainder of County 


36 


55 


34 


28 


16 


San Luis Obiepo County 
Paso Robles (pop. 2,573) 


151 


511 


152 


75 


72 


Tehama County 

Red Bluff (pop. 3,517) 


73 


198 


79 


29 


25 


16 


76 


18 


10 


12 


43 


132 


47 


18 


18 


San I-uls Obispo (pop. 8,276) 


71 


268 


71 


42 


43 


Remainder of County 


30 


66 


32 


11 


7 


Remainder of County 


64 


167 


63 


23 


17 


Trinity County 


13 


16 


13 


7 


4 


San i.ateo County 

Burlingame (pop. 13,270) 
Daly City (pop. 7,038) 


408 


1,829 


432 


346 


365 


Tulare County 

Dinuba (pop. 2,968) 


274 


1,007 


304 


228 


216 


89 
39 


409 
76 


95 
41 


108 
18 


93 
14 


26 


74 


28 


10 


10 


Redwood City (pop. 8,962) 


59 


312 


61 


76 


94 


Kieter (pop. 2,686) 


20 


58 


21 


12 


12 


San Bruno (pop. 3,610) 


14 


22 


17 


9 


1 


Lindsay (pop. 3,878) 


23 


68 


26 


13 


13 


San llateo (pop. 13,444) 


92 


364 


94 


75 


89 


Porterrilie (pop. 5,303) 


46 


194 


62 


33 


31 


South San Trancisco (pop. 6,193) 


31 


81 


39 


10 


7 


Tulare (pop. 6,207) 


38 


146 


43 


33 


30 


Remainder of County 


84 


565 


65 


50 


67 


Visalla (pop. 7,263) 


60 


321 


66 


70 


88 














Remainder of Coxinty 


61 


156 


68 


57 


32 


Santa Barbara County 
Lompoc (pop. 2,845) 


402 


1.524 


420 


332 


350 


Tuolumne County 


48 


142 


68 


33 


28 


19 


50 


20 


6 


3 


Santa Barbara (pop, 33,613) 


288 


1,107 


298 


265 


276 














Santa Maria (pop, 7,057) 
ReiDainder of County 


50 
45 


260 
107 


58 
44 


56 
15 


59 
12 


Ventura County 

Fillmore (pop. 2,893) 


272 


986 


279 


196 


206 


19 


69 


22 


16 


15 














Oxnard (pop. 6,286) 


49 


168 


49 


37 


33 


Santa Clara County 
Cllroy (pop. 3,502) 


882 


2.917 


964 


688 


741 


San Buenaventura (pop. 11,603) 
Santa Paula (pop. 7,452) 


110 

41 


448 
170 


116 
41 


83 

31 


97 
34 


28 


63 


29 


10 


13 


Lo3 Gatos (pop. 3,168) 


36 


90 


41 


13 


11 


Remainder of County 


63 


141 


51 


29 


27 


l^untaln View (pop. 3,308) 


20 


44 


22 


16 


11 














Palo Alto (pop. 13,652) 
San Jose (pop. 57,651) 


117 
479 


478 
1,811 


126 
533 


129 
433 


129 

514 


Yolo County 

Woodland (pop. 5,542) 


109 


392 


118 


72 


67 


56 


245 


60 


44 


47 


Santa Clara (pop. 6,302) 


35 


90 


37 


9 


9 


Remainder of Count> 


53 


147 


68 


28 


20 


Sunnyvale (pop. 3,094) 


21 


41 


22 


4 


3 














Willow Glen (pop. 4,167) 
Remainder of County 


11 
135 


30 
270 


11 
143 


8 
66 


4 
47 


Yuba County 

Klarysville (pop. 5,763) 


92 


359 


97 


86 


92 


77 


336 


81 


77 


87 














Remainder of County 


15 


23 


16 


9 


5 


Santa Cruz County 


238 


722 


262 


146 


127 














Santa Cruz (pop. 14,395) 


108 


386 


118 


86 


77 


Katsonville "(pop. 8,344) 


84 


282 


92 


48 


44 














Remainder of County 


46 


55 


52 


12 


6 















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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS; 1935 

STATE OF COLORADO 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL. 
FOR COUNTIES. AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












■ 
County and city 


lumLer 

of 
atablish 


RecetpU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro. 

prietors 


Em 
ployees^ 


Tot J. 
P«y Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


Numbei 

.3t<blish 
menu 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro- 

prieton 


Total. 
Em p.y RoU 
lloyees* 

(add 000 


TOTAL FOR STJITE 


5,466 


»15,790 


5,476 


4,980 


$4,125 


LaJte County 

Leudvlllo (pop. 3,771) 
Remainder of County 

La Plata County 

Durango (pop. 5,400) 
Remainder of County 

Larimer County 

Fort Collins (pop. 11,489) 
Lovelend (pop. 5,506) 
Remainder of County 

Las Animas County 

Trinidad (pop. 11,732) 
Remainder of County 

Lincoln County 

Logan County 

Sterling (pop. 7,195) 
Remainder of County 

Mesa County 

Grand Junction (pop. 10,247) 
Remainder of County 

V.lnerol County 

Moffat County 

l^ontezuma County 

I.:ontrose County 

[,'ontrose (pop. 3,566) 
Remainder of County 

^!o^gan County 

Fort Morgan (pop. 4,423) 
Rem.ainder of County 

Otero County 

La Junta (pop. 7,193) 
Rooky Ford (pop. 3,426) 
Remainder of County 

Ouray County 

Park County 

Phillips County 

Pitkin County 

Prowers County 

Lamar (pop. 4,233) 
Remainder of County 

Pueblo County 

Pueblo (pop. 80,096) 
Remainder of Oounty 

Rio Blanco County 

Rio Oranda Oounty 

Monte Vista (pop, 2,610) 
Remairder of County 

Routt County 

Sa^aohe Oounty 

San Juan County 

San ^.lguel and Dolores Oountiesk 

Sedgwick County 

Sunnilt Oounty 

Teller Oounty 

WMhlr.gtoo OouBty 

Weld Oounty 

Oreoley (pop. 18,»0») 
Remainder of Oounty 

Yuma Oounty 


28 


»78 


30 


12 


•8 


28 
42 


78 
143 


30 
4S 


12 
31 


8 
26 


Mams County 

Brighton (pop. 3,394) 
Ramalnder of County 

Alamosa County 

Alarajsa (pop. 5,107) 
Remainder of County 

Arapahoe County 

Englewood (pop. 7,980) 
Remainder of County 

Arohuleta County 

Baoa County 

Bent County 

Las iinimas (pop, 2,517) 
Remainder of County 

Boulder County 

Boulder (pop. 11,223) 
Lonpjnont (pop. 6,029) 
Remainder of County 

Chaffee County 

Sallda (pop. 6,065) 
Remainder of County 

Cheyenne County 

Clear Creek County 

Conejos County 

Costilla County 

Crowley County 

Ouster County 

Delta County 

Delta (pop. 2.938) 
Remainder of County 

Denver County 

Denver (pop. 287,861) 

Dolores County i/ 
(Combined with San V.lguol County 

Douglas County 

Sagla Oounty 

Elbert Oounty 

n P«DO Oounty 
Colorado Sprlnes (pop. 33,f37) 
Remainder of County 

Pramont Oounty 

Canon City (pop. 8,938) 
Remainder of County 

Oarfltld Oounty 

Ollpili Oounty 

Orand Oounty 

OunclBOB end Hinsdale Oountles 1/ 

Hinsdale County 1/ 
(Oocibined with Qunnlaon Oounty) 

Huerfano County 
Walsenburg (pop. 6,803) 
Romainder of Oounty 

Jaokaon County 

Jafforoon Oounty 

Kiowa Oounty 

Kit Oaraon County 




97 


79 


20 


11 


16 
59 

35 


36 
62 

104 


16 
63 

39 


9 
11 

29 


4 
22 


29 
13 

186 


129 
14 

413 


29 
16 

194 


29 
2 

134 


25 

1 

90 


35 
68 


104 
114 


39 
73 


29 
24 


22 

13 


82 
44 

60 

70 


222 
105 
86 

197 


87 
45 

62 

71 


90 
23 
21 

65 


62 
15 
13 

52 


31 
37 

8 

34 

26 


62 

52 

8 
48 
45 


35 
38 

33 
28 


14 
10 

3 

21 

14 


6 
2 
11 
6 


48 
22 

56 


173 
24 

94 


49 
22 

60 


52 

13 

19 


46 

6 

17 


23 
3 

153 


4 
429 


3 
157 


1 
122 


89 


37 
46 

127 


162 

6 

357 


37 
47 

130 


38 
4 

103 


34 

4 

82 


80 
■39 
34 

43 


260 
124 
45 

96 


81 
42 
34 

43 


64 
38 
20 

31 


59 
22 
8 


81 
46 

16 
44 
46 


291 
66 

4 

38 

79 

125 


81 
49 

7 

17 

44 

48 


92 
11 

2 

9 

26 

37 


75, 
7 

y 

10 
14 
22 


35 
8 

15 

18 

26 

12 

21 
17 
70 


87 

8 

18 
35 
30 
8 
24 
26 
117 


35 

8 

15 
17 
26 
12 
22 
20 
71 


28 
3 

1 

9 

9 

1 

4 

15 

23 


13 
1 

4 

6 

y 

2 
7 
13 


30 
16 

98 


107 
18 

191 


32 

16 

103 


31 
6 

48 


19 
3 

29 


30 
68 

91 


98 
93 

216 


31 
72 

94 


29 
19 

76 


18 
11 

48 


33 
35 
23 

17 

24 

S3 

11 
59 


107 
75 
34 

25 

51 

76 

13 

145 


28 
39 
27 

19 

22 

56 

11 

63 


45 
21 
10 

6 
16 
16 

4 
41 


33 
10 
5 

3 

9 

10 
3 

26 


33 
37 

2.120 


79 

38 

8,487 


33 
38 

2.052 


21 
2 

2,848 


12 

1 

2,644 


2,120 

18 
20 
32 
280 


8,487 

16 
34 

40 
861 


2,052 

19 
21 
32 
278 


2,848 

4 

7 

5 

250 


2,644 

4 
2 

207 


36 
23 

269 


115 
30 

867 


38 

26 

266 


30 
11 

317 


24 

2 

223 


262 
17 

13 


831 
26 

20 


249 
17 

13 


302 

15 

6 
39 


213 
10 

6 

29 


224 
56 

ee 


812 
49 

I*? 


817 
61 


£34 

16 

38 


199 
8 

28 


38 
31 

68 

8 

IB 

26 

SC 


98 
47 

101 

14 

3S 

66 

lis 


36 
29 

88 

8 

20 

28 

64 


U 
16 
2 
12 
18 

41 


6 

12 

1 

15 
24 


28 

20 

42 
26 
10 
17 
37 
S 
30 
43 
346 


81 
43 

67 

45 

16 

37 

71 

9 

47 

40 

691 


27 

19 

40 
26 
11 
16 
37 
9 
33 
44 
367 


27 
12 

27 

18 

6 
16 
18 

5 
13 
10 
186 


19 

10 

14 
11 
2 
13 

e 

2 

8 

6 

123 


39 
16 

10 

61 
19 
44 


103 
16 

14 

H£ 
19 
63 


39 
15 

9 

66 
18 
43 


34 

1 

4 
29 
3 

14 


22 

e 
s 

21 
3 
13 


80 
266 

66 


261 

340 

106 


83 
274 

68 

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98 
87 

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61 

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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 












CENSUS OF 
























BUSINESS 








STATE OF CONNECTICUT 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 














fOR COUNTIES, CITIES, AND TOWNS OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












Numbe, 




Active 




TotJ. 




Number 




Active 




Total. 


County and city 


=«.b. J •'"'''■'• 


Pro- 


Em 

ployees" 


Pay RoU 


County and city 


o( 
establisli 


Receipt* 


Pro. 


Em. 
ployees* 


Pay Roll 






(add 0001 


prieton 




add 000 




ments 


(add 000) 


prieton 




ladd 000 


TOTja, FOR STATE 


7,454 


»26,560 


7,231 


7,613 


$7,024 


New Haven County 

Ansonia city (pop. 19,896) 


2,393 


»7,992 


2,294 


2,277 


^2,036 












?9 


145 


79 


32 


20 


fairfleld County 

Bridgeport city (pop. 146,716) 


1,824 


6,917 


1,762 


1,929 


1,878 


Derby city (pop. 10,788) 
Merlden city (pop. 38,481) 


62 
167 


136 
534 


61 
161 


47 
134 


30 
101 


883 


3,219 


828 


929 


885 


Danbury city (pop. £2,261) 


121 


631 


112 


157 


161 


^augatuck borough (pop. 14,315) 


64 


147 


55 


38 


30 


Nonrali city (pop. 36,019) 


219 


643 


214 


162 


140 


New Haven city (pop. 162,656) 


1,167 


4,455 


1,119 


1,316 


1,237 


Sholton city (pop. 10,113) 


29 


51 


32 


11 


3 


Wallingford borough (pop. 11,170] 


72 


162 


70 


26 


16 


Stamford city (pop. «,346) 


246 


1,183 


250 


278 


300 


Waterbury city (pop. 99,902) 


386 


1,535 


369 


436 


416 


Remainder of County 


326 


1,290 


316 


392 


369 


Remainder of County 


386 


876 


360 


248 


189 


Hartford County 

Brletol elty (pop. 28,451) 


2.077 


8.293 


2,032 


2.466 


2,346 


New London County 

Groton borough (pop. 4,122) 


428 


1,347 


417 


404 


329 


92 


291 


91 


77 


69 


9 


14 


9 


1 


1 


Hartford city (pop. 164,072) 


1,212 


5,892 


1,167 


1,767 


1,800 


Jewett City borou^ (pop. 4,436 


13 


26 


13 


7 


4 


Mew Britain city (pop. 68,128) 


292 


825 


299 


281 


208 


New London city (pop. 29,640) 


162 


672 


149 


244 


199 


Soutblngton borough {pop. 5,125) 


24 


44 


25 


12 


6 


Norwich city (pop. 23,021) 


137 


390 


133 


96 


82 


RcBialnder of County 


457 


1,241 


450 


339 


273 


Reneinder of County 


107 


245 


113 


57 


43 


Litchfield County 

Torrlngton city (pop. 26,040) 


262 


636 


261 


177 


129 


Tolland County 
Rookvllle city (pop. 7,446) 


84 


173 


66 


34 


21 


113 


281 


116 


80 


65 


49 


lie 


48 


25 


15 


Wlnsted city (pop. 7,883) 


35 


80 


34 


17 


17 


Stafford Sprlngsbarough(pop.3,492) 


13 


23 


15 


4 


3 


Remainder of County 


114 


275 


111 


80 


57 


Remainder of County 


22 


32 


23 


5 


3 


Uiddleeei County 

Mlddletown city (pop. 24,554) 


172 




170 


191 


193 


tVlndham County 

Danlolson borough (pop. 4,21C) 


214 


652 


219 


135 


90 


99 


389 


98 


131 


115 


28 


93 


28 


21 


14 


Remainder of County 


73 


261 


72 


60 


78 


Putnam city (pop. 7,316) 


38 


125 


38 


31 


22 














Wlllli.antlc city (pop. 12.102) 


91 


228 


97 


56 


38 














Remainder of County 


57 


106 


66 


27 


16 


County and town 












Counly and lowii 












TOTAL FOR STATE 


7,454 


26,560 


7,231 


7,613 


7,024 


Mlddlesei County 

Cromv;ell town (pop. 2,814) 


172 


660 


170 


191 


193 












5 


86 


3 


17 


45 


Fairfield County 

Bethel town (pop. 3,686) 


1,824 


6,917 


1,752 


1,929 


1,878 


East Hampton town (pop. 2,616) 
Essex town (pop. 2,777) 
Mlddletown town (pop. 24,554)1/ 


10 
17 


21 
36 


9 
17 


6 
6 


4 
7 


6 


11 


6 


2 


1 


Bridgeport town (pop. 146,716)i/ 


883 


3,219 


828 


929 


885 


99 


369 


96 


131 


115 


Danbury town (pop. 26,955) 












Portland town (pop. 3,930) 


8 


29 


6 


8 


7 


(includes Danbury city) 


122 


632 


113 


167 


161 


Remainder of County 


33 


87 


37 


23 


16 


Darlen town (pop. 6,951) 


20 


66 


18 


17 


16 














Fairfield town (pop. 17,218) 


34 
114 


78 
700 


31 
108 


20 
238 


17 
258 


New Haven County 

Ansonia town (pop. 19,898)i/ 


2.393 


7.992 


2,294 


2,277 


2,038 


Greenwich town (pop. 33,112) 


79 


146 


79 


32 


26 


New Canaan town (pop. 5,456) 


26 


126 


26 


31 


34 


Branford town (pop. 7,022) 


34 


72 


34 


10 


6 


Ke?rtown town (pop. 2,635) 


6 


15 


6 


3 


1 


Cheshire town (pop. 3,263) 


4 


5 


4 


— 


— 


Norwalk town (pop. 36,019)i/ 


219 


643 


214 


162 


140 


Derby town (pop. 10,788)1/ 


62 


136 


61 


47 


30 


Ridgefleld town (pop. 3,580) 


14 


30 


13 


10 


7 


East Haven town (pop. 7,816) 


14 


36 


12 


11 


8 


Shelton town (pop. 10,113)1/ 
Stamford town (pop. 56,765) 


29 


51 


32 


11 


3 


Guilford town (pop. 3,117) 


36 


60 


39 


17 


9 












Handen town (pop. 19,020) 


51 


148 


48 


47 


39 


(IncludSB Stamford city) 


265 


1,214 


270 


283 


303 


Merlden town (pop. 38,4ei)i/ 


167 


654 


161 


134 


101 


Stratford town (pop. 19,212) 


48 


84 


47 


30 


19 


Kllford town (pop. 12,660) 
Naugatuck town (pop. 14,316)i/ 
New Haven town (pop. 162,655)i/ 


84 


152 


84 


33 


26 


Westport town (pop, 6,073) 


33 


144 


36 


35 


33 


54 


147 


56 


38 


30 


Trumbull town (pop. 3,624) ~l 
Remainder of County j 










y 


1,167 


4,456 


1,119 


1,316 


1,237 
2/ 


5 


5 


5 


1 


North Havec town (pop. 3,730) 


4 


5 


5 


1 














SejTQOur town (pop. 5,890) 


23 


71 


20 


26 


21 


Hartford County 

Berlin town (pop. 4,875) 


2,077 


e,293 


2,032 


2,466 


2,346 


*alllngford town (pop. 14,278) 

(includes .Valllngford borough 
Waterbury town (pop. 99,902)1/ 


75 


171 


71 


35 


20 


9 


13 


8 


4 


3 


Bloomfleld town (pop. 3,247) 


3 


2 


3 


— 


— 


386 


1,535 


369 


436 


416 


Bristol town (pop. 28,451)1/ 


92 


291 


91 


77 


69 


West Haven town (pop. 25,808) 


99 


252 


100 


76 


64 


Bast Hartford town (pop. 17,125) 


55 


167 


55 


48 


46 


Remainder of County 


34 


69 


33 


18 


12 


East Ulndsor town (pop. 3,815) 


5 


9 


4 


4 


3 












329 


Enfield town (pop. 13,404) 
Farmln^ton town (pop. 4,548) 


47 
17 


117 
32 


47 

18 


36 
3 


21 

1 


New London County 


426 


1,347 


417 


404 


East Lyme town (pop. 2,575) 


11 


31 


11 


8 


8 


Glastonbury town (pop. 5,783) 


13 


20 


13 


4 


3 


Orlswold town (pop. 6,010) 












Hartford town (pop. 164,072)1/ 


1,212 


6,892 


1,167 


1,767 


1,800 


(includes Jewett City borough) 


13 


26 


13 


' 


4 


Manchester town (pop. 21,973) 


109 


288 


109 


57 


46 


Groton town (pop. 10,770) 












New Britain town (pop. 68,128) 


292 


825 


299 


281 


208 


{ Includes Groton borough) 


25 


46 


26 


7 


7 


Newlngtcn town (pop. 4,572) 


4 


8 


4 




._ 


tontville town (pop. 3,970) 
New London town (pop. 29,640)i/ 


5 


6 


5 


■• 


— 


Plainmie town (pop. 6,301) 


11 


24 


12 


7 


4 


162 


672 


149 


244 


199 


Slmsbury town (pop. 3,625) 


12 


43 


9 


9 


6 


Norwich town (pop. 32,438) 












Southington town (pop. 9,237) 












(includes Norwich city) 


150 


416 


146 


101 


85 


(inoludee Southington borough) 


30 


66 


30 


16 


9 


Preston town (pop. 3,928) 


"~ 


■" 


"" 


1 


if 


Suffield town (pop. 4,346) 


12 


26 


12 


1 


2 


Sprague town (pop. 2,539) 


4 


5 


4 


*eet Hartford town (pop. 24,941) 


72 


303 


68 


120 


103 


Stonlngton town (pop. 11,025) 
Waterford town (pop. 4,742) ~l 
Remainder of County _f 


43 


121 


49 


34 


25 


Ketherefleld town (pop. 7,512) 


15 


34 


16 


13 


10 


15 


24 


15 


2 


1 


Windsor town (pop. 8,290) 


21 


63 


22 


8 


7 












Windsor Locks town (pop. 4,073) 


13 


18 


13 


1 


1 










34 


21 


South Windsor town (pop. 2,535) 
Remainder of County 


}- 


62 


32 


20 


14 


Tolland County 

Mansfield town (pop. 3,349) 


84 


173 


86 


4 


2 


4 


— 


" 














Strafford town (pop. 5,949) 












Litchfield County 

Litchfield town (pop. 3,574) 


262 


636 


261 


177 


129 


(Includes Stafford Springs 
borough) 


15 


26 


17 


5 


4 


10 


21 


10 


6 


4 


New Milford town (pop. 4,700) 


9 


22 


9 


6 


6 


Vernon town (pop. 8,703) 












Plymouth town (pop. 6,070) 


13 


12 


13 


2 


1 


(Includes Rockville City) 


51 


119 


50 


25 


15 
2 


Salisbury town (pop. 2,767) 


4 


9 


4 


2 


2 


Remainder of County 


14 


26 


15 


4 


Thomaston town (pop. 4,188) 
Torrlngton town (pop. 26,040)i/ 


20 
113 


56 
281 


18 
116 


16 
80 


10 

55 


Windham County 

Kllllngly town (pop. 8,852) 


214 


552 


219 


135 


90 












Watertown town (pop. 8,192) 


16 


31 


16 


8 


6 


( Includes Danlelaon borough) 


34 


100 


34 


22 


16 


rflncheeter town (pop. 8,674) 












Plelnfleld town (pop. 8,027) 


28 


61 


26 


11 


6 


(includes Wlnsted city) 


35 


80 


34 


17 


17 


Putnam town (pop. 8,099) 












Remainder of County 


42 


125 


41 


40 


28 


(Includes Putnam City) 


38 


125 


38 


31 


22 














Thompson town (pop. 4,999) 


9 


12 


9 


3 


1 














Windham town (pop. 13,773) 
























(Includes Wlllimantlo City) 


93 


232 


99 


57 


39 






. 








Remainder of County 


12 


2_2J 


11 


11 


6 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF DELAWARE 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHIWENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

of 
atablUh 


ReceipU 

(add 0001 


Active 

Pro. 

prietore 


Em 
ployees" 


Total. 
Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

oi 
establish 


ReceipU 

(adil 000) 


Active 

Pio- 

prieton 


Em 
ployees* 


Total, 
Pay Roll 

(add 000 


TOTAL FOR STATE 


1.256 


t4.052 


1.240 


1.066 


»848 


New Castle County 
Newark (pop. 3,899) 
New Castle (pop. 4,131) 


813 


»3.170 


774 


831 


1709 


Kent County 

Dover (pop. 4,800) 

lillford (part) (pop. 1,726) 

Remainder of County 


181 


459 


183 


104 


77 


19 
22 
666 
106 

262 


37 

53 

2,929 

151 

423 


12 
22 
634 
106 

283 


12 
10 
779 
30 

131 


8 

6 

676 

19 

62 


43 
21 
117 


217 
46 

196 


42 

22 
119 


52 
9 
43 


49 
6 
22 


/(llmlngton (pop. 106,597) 
Remainder of County 

Sussex County 

Mllford (part) (pop. 1,994) 
Remainder of County 


14 
248 


28 
395 


17 
266 


6 
126 


4 
58 




STATE OF FLORIDA 






totjO- for state 

Alachua County 

GalnesTille (pop. 10,465) 
Remainder of County 

Baker County 

Bey County 

Panama City (pop. 5,402) 
Remainder of County 

Bradford County 

Brevard County 

Melbourne (pop. 2,677) 
Remainder of County 

Broward County 

Fort Lauderdale (pop. 8,666) 
Hollywood (pop. 2,869) 
Pompano (pop, 2,614) 
Remainder of County 

Calhoun County 

Charlotte County 

Citrus County 

Clay County 

Collier County 

Columbia County 

Lake City (pop. 4,416) 
Remainder of County 

Dade County 

Coral Cables (pop. 5,697) 
Hlaleah (pop. 2,600) 
Miami (pop. 110,637) 
Miami Beach (pop. 6,494) 
Remainder of County 

De Soto County 

Arcadia (pop. 4,082) "I 
Remainder of County _I 

Dixie County 

DuTal County 

Jacksonville (pop. 135,146) 
Remainder of County 


6,261 


}23,140 


6,045 


10,222 


t7,463 


Hardee County 


29 


t 58 


18 


28 


»14 


111 


280 


116 


137 


70 


Wauchula (pop. 2,574) 
Remainder of County 

Hendry County 

Hemendo County 

Highlands County 

Avon Park (pop. 3,355) 
Sebrlng (pop. 2,912) ~1 
Remainder of County _! 

Hillsborough County 

Plant City (pop. 6,800) 
Taji5.a (pop. 101,161) 
Remainder of County 

Holmes County 

Indian River County 

Jackson County 
Uarlanna (pop. 3,372) 
Remainder of County 

Jeffereon County 

Lafayette County 

Lake County 

Kustis (pop. 2,835) 
Leesburg (pop. 4,113} 
Remainder of County 

Lee County 

Fort Myers (pop. 9,082) 
Remainder of County 

Leon County 

Tallahassee (pop. 10,700) 
Remainder of County 

Levy County 

Liberty and Gulf Counties 1/ 

Madison County 

Manatee County 

Bradentown (pop. 5,986) 
Manatee (pop. 3,219) 
Palmetto (pop. 3,043) 
Remainder of County 

Marion County 

Ooala (pop. 7,281) 
Remainder of County 

Martin County 

Monroe Coimty 

Key lest (pop. 12,831) 
Remainder of County 

Nassau County 

Fernandina (pop. 3,023) 
Remainder of County 

Okaloosa County 

Okeechobee County 

Orange County 
Orlando (pop. 27,330) 
■inter Fark (pop. 3,686) 
Banalndar of County 


21 

e 

9 
15 
25 


47 
11 

11 

26 

53 


11 
7 

9 

13 

22 


21 
7 

1 

22 

£6 


10 
4 

1 

7 


73 

38 

7 
41 


216 
64 

8 

89 


75 
41 

5 

38 


86 
51 

11 

44 


53 
17 

2 

25 


31 
10 

20 

65 


77 
12 

32 

174 


28 
10 

20 

62 


32 

12 

11 
74 


22 

3 

8 
55 


11 
14 

645 


21 
32 

1.969 


10 
12 

645 


12 
14 

930 


6 
9 

641 


28 
542 
76 

32 

24 

73 


74 

1,708 

187 

30 

69 

146 


30 
541 
74 

33 

24 

72 


28 
813 
89 

33 

39 

80 


20 
566 
55 

8 

19 

41 


19 
46 

88 


41 
133 

368 


20 
42 

89 


11 
63 

182 


S 
47 

166 


47 
17 
6 
18 

28 

11 

13 

12 

8 

48 


190 

141 

6 

31 

36 

34 

30 

15 

10 

133 


48 
17 
6 
18 

26 

12 

12 

14 

7 

46 


74 
91 
8 
9 

25 

10 

27 

6 

13 

51 


67 
90 
2 
7 

8 

6 

15 
2 
3 

33 


21 
52 

20 

9 

103 


66 
80 

27 

7 

421 


23 
49 

18 

9 

102 


29 

51 

26 

4 

222 


19 
22 

9 

1 

145 


25 
26 
52 

72 


56 
87 
278 

190 


26 
26 
51 

73 


34 

171 

6V 


30 
102 

58 


43 

5 

1,105 


128 
6 

5,498 


41 
5 

1,021 


49 
2 

2,111 


33 
1,980 


65 
7 

48 


175 
15 

166 


6 
46 


67 
20 

89 


51 
7 

61 


25 

8 

866 

131 

55 

23 


119 
19 
4,519 
703 
138 

65 


20 

8 

828 

112 

53 

23 


54 

5 

1,709 

280 

63 

26 


49 

4 

1,626 

259 

42 

20 


48 

29 

7 
21 
67 


166 

98 
10 
43 
175 


46 

29 

6 
20 
70 


89 

52 
3 
31 
74 


61 

22 

2 
13 
43 


23 
14 
756 


65 

12 

3,707 


23 

9 

724 


26 

13 

2,092 


20 

4 

1,429 


39 
8 

14 
6 

76 


126 
13 
28 

8 

206 


40 
10 
14 
6 

71 


47 
5 
4 

18 

76 


32 
2 
3 
6 

66 


724 

32 

167 


3,660 
47 

1,054 


692 
32 

157 


2,065 
27 

501 


1,418 
U 

372 


Pensacola (pop. 31,579) 
Remainder of County 

Flagler County 


140 
27 

9 


894 
160 

14 


130 
27 

8 


413 
88 

12 

13 


320 
52 

5 

8 


61 
24 

19 

43 


183 
23 

42 

98 


48 
23 

20 

45 


69 
7 

18 

38 


63 
3 

11 

19 


j^alachlcola (pop. 3,150) 
Remainder of Coxuty 


21 

5 

49 


31 
6 

U4 


21 
6 

50 


11 
2 

6S 


7 

1 

32 


43 
28 


98 
70 


45 
27 


38 
76 


19 
24 


Quinoy (pop. 3,788) 

River Junction (pop. 5,624) 

Remainder of County 

ailobriflt County 

Olades County 

Gulf County 

(Ccnbined «lth Uberty Coustyli/ 

Haallton County 


23 

5 
21 

9 

6 

22 


69 
18 
27 

U 

13 

SO 


22 
5 
23 

9 

4 

20 


43 

6 

16 

5 
8 

19 


23 
5 
4 

2 

6 

6 


18 
10 

24 

10 

304 


51 
19 

32 

21 

1,366 


17 
10 

24 

8 

307 


53 
23 

20 

14 

433 


17 
7 

9 

7 
300 


261 
15 
28 


1,274 
50 
42 


262 
15 
30 


395 
18 
20 


273 
16 
11 
























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BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS; 1935 
STATE OF FLORIDA (Continued) 

TABLE 2." FSTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAV ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OK 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

of 
stablish 
ments 


Receipts 

(add OQDI 


Active 
Pro- 


Em 
ployees" 


Total . 
Pay Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 
ments 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pio- 

prietore 


Em 
ployees- 


Total. 
Pay RoU 

(add 000 


Osceola County 

Klsslrnnee (pop. 3.163) 
RemalQder of County 

palm Beach County 

Lake Worth (pop. 5,940) 

West palm Beach (pop. 26,610) 

ReoBlnder of County 

Pasco County 

Pinellas County 

Clearwater (pop- 7,607) 
St. Petersburg (pop. 40,435) 
Tarpun Springs (pop, 3,414) 
Reinalnder of County 

Polk County 

Bartow {pop. 5,269) 
Halnee City (pop. 3.037) 
Lakeland (pop. 18,554) 
Lake Wales (pep. 3,401) 
Winter Haven (pop. 7,130) 
Ramainder of County 

Putnam County 

ralatka (pop. 6,500) 
Remainder of County 

St. Johns County 

St. Augustine (pop. 12,111) 
Henainder of County 

St. Lucie County 

Fort Plorce (pop. 4,803) ~\ 
Remainder of County _| 


29 


»76 


32 


24 


♦15 


Santa Rosa County 

Sarasota County 

Sarasota (pop. 8,398) 
Romatnder of County 

Seminole County 

Sanford (pop. 10,100) 
Pemaisdar of County 

Sumter County 

Suwannee County 

Llie Oak (pop. 2,734) 
Renalnder of County 

Taylor County 

Perry (pop. 2.744) 
Remainder of County 

Union County 

Volusia County 

Daytona Beach (pop. 16,598) 
De Land (pop. 5,246) 
Hew Smyrna (pop. 4,149) 
RemBlnder of County 

Wakulla County 

Walton County 

De Funlak Springs (pop. 2,636) 
Remainder of County 

Washington County 


30 
80 


846 
277 


31 
78 


23 
120 


J8 
91 


15 
14 

314 


36 
40 

1,203 


18 
14 

310 


13 
11 

463 


9 
6 

377 


76 

4 

64 


267 
20 

138 


74 

4 

62 


115 
5 

98 


84 
7 

47 


32 
178 
104 

36 

374 


80 
687 
436 

47 

1.773 


37 
178 
95 

35 

362 


39 
261 
163 

23 

514 


20 
219 
138 

10 

456 


62 
12 

30 

28 


113 
25 

43 

70 


51 
11 

31 

24 


58 
40 

21 

46 


33 
14 

9 

23 


55 
E77 
24 
18 

3,9 


207 

1,118 

80 

368 

980 


57 
267 
22 
16 

291 


65 
399 
27 
23 

429 


62 
345 
20 
39 

265 


19 
9 

31 


63 
7 

81 


16 
8 

21 


39 
7 

49 


22 

1 

36 


23 

8 

16 
265 


68 
13 

13 

730 


13 
8 

16 

264 


37 
12 

16 

218 


32 

4 

3 
177 


30 
20 
127 
16 
48 

se 

74 


44 
34 
357 
51 
233 
261 

144 


29 
22 
128 
17 
44 
51 

72 


20 
15 

131 
15 
79 

169 

56 


10 
7 
90 
10 
61 
87 

38 


159 
39 
35 
22 

10 

22 


520 
118 
65 
27 

9 

46 


160 
38 
34 
22 

10 

19 


142 
45 
18 
13 

5 

23 


124 
35 
16 
3 

2 

10 


67 
7 

105 


131 
13 

173 


66 
6 

105 


54 
2 

74 


37 

1 

42 


92 
13 


162 
11 

121 


93 

12 

42 


70 
4 

47 


40 
2 

39 


19 
3 

51 


38 

8 

72 


16 
3 

41 


20 
3 

96 


8 
2 

22 


44 


121 


42 


47 


39 


STATE OF GEORGIA 


T0T,VL FOR STATE 

Hppling County 

AtkiQSon County 

Bacon County 

Baker County 

Baldwin County 

Mllledgevllle (pop. 5,534) 
Remainder of County 

Banks County 

Barrow County 

Winder (pop. 3.283) 
Remainder of County 

Bartow County 

CartersTllle (pop. 5,250) 
Remainder of County 

Ben Hill County 

Fitzgerald {pop. 6,41*:) 
Remainder of County 

Berrien County 

Bibb County 

Macon (pop. 53.829) 
Remainder of County 

Bleckley County 

Brantley County 

Brooke County 

ftultman (pop. 4,149) 
Remainder of County 

Bryan County 

Bulloch County 

Stateeboro (pop. 3,996) 
RenHinder of County 

Burke County 

Waynesboro (pop. 3,922) 
Remainder of County 


9,087 


♦23,541 


8,912 


13,433 


{7,315 


Butts County 

Calhoun County 

Camden County 

Candler County 

Carroll County 

Carrollton (pop. 6,052) 
Remainder of County 

Catoosa County 

Charlton Cotinty 

Chatham County 

Savannah (pop. 85,024] 
Ramainder of County 

Chattahoochee Coxrnty 

Chattooga County 
Trion (pop. 3.289) 
Ramainder of County 

Cherokee County 

Canton (pop. 2.892) 
Remainder of Cotinty 

Clarke Coxmty 

Athens (pop. 18,192) 
Remainder of County 

Clay County 

Clayton County 

College park (part) (pop. 283) 
Ranelnder of County 

Cllnob County 

Cobb County 

Marietta (pop. 7,638) 
Remainder of County 

Coffee County 

Douglas [pop. 4,306) 
Remainder of County 


23 
26 
14 
22 
94 


$42 
32 
20 
33 

172 


22 
21 
11 
21 
97 


27 
17 
27 
21 
81 


no 

8 
7 
9 
34 


45 
18 
11 
9 
74 


82 
27 
21 
3 
99 


46 

17 
8 
9 

73 


96 
27 
20 
3 
56 


23 
8 
22 


53 
21 

17 

46 


86 
13 

11 

54 


52 
21 

19 

56 


44 

12 

24 

29 


20 
2 

3 

11 


32 

62 

18 
17 
400 


96 

76 

12 

34 

1.972 


32 

65 

20 
16 
359 


36 
45 

7 

37 

933 


21 
13 

2 

8 
637 


26 
20 

78 


47 
7 

129 


29 
26 

75 


21 
8 

S3 


10 

1 

27 


389 
11 

18 

37 


1,522 
450 

71 

77 


352 

11 
30 


754 
179 

35 

33 


516 
121 

26 

17 


40 
38 

52 


97 
32 

91 


40 
35 

37 


43 

10 

69 


23 

4 

25 


45 

30 
294 


14 

40 

1,036 


30 
7 

27 

289 


53 
16 

29 

581 


22 
3 

10 

329 


4 

33 

107 


25 
52 

124 


1 
29 

111 


B 
26 

53 


B 
9 

17 


14 

93 

94 


25 

99 

376 


15 
96 

106 


13 
40 

201 


6 

11 

122 


256 

38 

36 
12 
23 


1,005 
31 

44 

11 

68 


251 
38 

35 

12 

22 


555 
26 

37 

12 

47 


322 

7 

12 
2 
18 


86 
8 

12 

4 


374 
2 

17 

13 


97 
8 

12 

4 


198 
3 

17 

6 


122 

4 
3 


19 

4 

14 
54 


48 

20 

36 

97 


17 
5 

15 

52 


42 
5 

64 

46 


16 
2 

13 

24 


16 
98 


13 
16 
174 


16 
100 


6 
10 
104 


3 

3 
42 


32 
22 

79 


81 
16 

63 


30 
22 

78 


37 
9 

45 


22 
2 

12 


39 
59 

57 


105 
69 

99 


40 
60 

65 


64 
60 

106 


27 
15 

30 


26 
53 


33 
30 


24 
54 


24 

21 


8 

4 


24 

33 


59 
40 


23 
32 


36 
71 


19 
11 



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CENSUS OF 


















BUSINESS 






STATE OF GEORGIA (Continued i 














TABLE 2- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTltS, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Number 




Active 


Em 
ployccs* 


Total . 




Number 




Active 


Em. 
ployees" 


Total. 


County and city 


ol 
rslablish 


Receipts 


Pro. 


Pay Roll 


County and city 


of 
establish 


Receipts 


Pro- 


Pay Roll 




menls 


(aad 000) 


pnetors 




add 000 






(add 000) 


prietors 




(add 000 


Colquitt County 

Moulcrlfl (pop. e»027! 


70 


4 116 


53 


88 


* 43 


Gwinnett County 

Buford (p"p. 3,357) 


81 


tl3S 


78 


88 


»31 


S3 


101 


41 


HO 


40 


20 


43 


19 


23 


11 


HemelDder of County 


17 


15 


17 


8 


3 


Remainder or County 


61 


92 


59 


65 


20 


Columble County 


14 


24 


14 


30 


8 


Habersliaii) County 


55 


108 


59 


46 


14 


Cook County 


38 


69 


38 


43 


14 


Hall County 

Salnesville (pop. 8,624) 


97 


157 


96 


87 


44 


55 


129 


56 


68 


39 


Cowete County 

Newntin (pop. 6,266) 


92 


233 


93 


114 


43 


Remainder of County 


42 


28 


40 


19 


5 


57 


122 


59 


84 


32 


Hemelnder of County 


35 


111 


34 


30 


11 


Hancock County 


39 


49 


39 


76 


15 


Crcwford County 


33 


25 


37 


42 


11 


Haralson County 


47 


60 


52 


26 


9 


Crisp County 

Cordele (pop. 6,880) 


61 


102 


52 


56 


26 


Harris County 


7 


7 


5 


5 


2 


52 


95 


43 


54 


26 


Remainder of County 


9 


7 


9 


2 


2/ 


Hart County 


52 


41 


52 


33 


9 


Dade CounLy 


13 


18 


13 


26 


6 


Heard County 


U 


16 


12 


8 


3 


Daweon County 


15 


8 


16 


2 


11 


Henry County 


38 


43 


37 


28 


8 


Decatur County 

Bainbrldge (pop. 6.141) 


72 


139 


74 


92 


39 


Houston County 


16 


30 


17 


21 


8 


59 


129 


62 


76 


36 


Remainder of County 


IS 


10 


12 


16 


3 


Irwin County 


18 


19 


19 


11 


4 


De Kalb County 

Atlanta (part) (pop. ?4,74J) 


133 


522 


127 


225 


137 


Jackson County 

Connaerce (pop. 3,002) 


55 


91 


58 


33 


15 


37 


261 


34 


76 


62 


25 


62 


29 


19 


10 


Decatur (pop. 13,276) 


34 


173 


35 


93 


57 


Remainder of County 


30 


29 


29 


14 


5 


Remainder of County 


62 


88 


58 


51 


18 


























Jasper County 


37 


52 


41 


42 


10 


Dodge County 

Eaatman (pop, 3,022) 


38 


72 


39 


63 


21 


Jeff Davis County 


24 


31 


24 


19 


6 


21 


48 


21 


38 


15 


Remaliider of County 


17 


24 


18 


25 


6 


























Jefferson County 


57 


63 


57 


56 


13 


Dooly County 


32 


55 


32 


30 


10 














Dougherty County 

Albany (pop. 14,507) 


99 


314 


105 


170 


93 


Jenkins County 

Millen (pop. 2,527) 
Remainder of County 


22 


37 


21 


31 


8 


18 

4 


30 
7 


17 
4 


17 
14 


6 
2 


86 


284 


91 


156 


89 


Remainder of County 


13 


30 


14 


14 


4 


























Johnson County 


32 


36 


32 


17 


7 


Douglaa County 


44 


61 


44 


37 


15 


Jones County 


8 


14 


7 


20 


5 


Early County 


30 


46 


29 


35 


17 














Echols County (co-hlnert »ltb 












Lamar County 

Baraesvllle (pop. 3,236) 


24 


55 


27 


32 


11 


18 


45 


21 


18 


9 


Lanier Count> , i 












Remainder of County 


6 


10 


6 


14 


2 


Effingham County 


25 


25 


38 


51 


7 


Lanier end Echols Counties i' 


11 


23 


10 


26 


7 


Blbert County 

Elberton (pop, 4,650) 


44 


53 


45 


25 


13 


Laurens County 

Dublin (pop. 6,681) 


100 


143 


101 


96 


41 


30 


47 


30 


22 


13 


73 


129 


74 


82 


37 


Remainder of County 


14 


6 


15 


3 


2/ 


Remainder of County 


27 


14 


27 


14 


4 


Emanuel County 


54 


75 


52 


45 


16 


Lee County 


11 


6 


10 


6 


1 


Evana County 


17 


31 


19 


16 


8 


Liberty County 


38 


59 


36 


100 


17 


Fannin County 


33 


37 


37 


x4 


6 


Lincoln County 


54 


93 


56 


156 


30 


Fayette County 


24 


14 


27 


10 


1 


Long County 


6 


4 


4 


3 


2 


Floyd County 

Rome (pop. 21,843) 


138 


199 


130 


130 


66 


IjDwndes County 

Taldosta (pop. 13,482) 


105 


262 


107 


184 


83 


59 


156 


56 


97 


56 


81 


241 


77 


150 


78 


Remainder of County 


79 


43 


74 


33 


10 


Remainder of County 


24 


21 


30 


34 


5 


Forsyth County 


57 


25 


61 


21 


5 


Lumpkin County 


19 


22 


20 


16 


5 


Franklin County 


56 


52 


55 


42 


10 


McDuffie County 


43 


72 


40 


78 


24 


Fulton County 

Atlanta (part) (pop, 245,623) 


1.469 


8,178 


1,348 


3,624 


3,052 


Mcintosh County 


12 


16 


12 


53 


6 


1,283 


7,809 


1,156 


3,432 


2,957 


College Park (pert) (pop, 6,321) 


15 


27 


19 


14 


6 


Mecon County 


37 


38 


31 


29 


11 


Kaat RiiEt (pop. 9,512) 


34 


106 


31 


52 


27 














Hapevllle (pop. 4,224) 


9 


45 


6 


19 


11 


Madison County 


59 


56 


63 


37 


11 


Remainder of County 


128 


191 


136 


107 


51 


























Marlon County 


16 


9 


15 


12 


1 


Gilmer County 


34 


22 


36 


12 


5 














Glascock County 


47 


17 


48 


21 


3 


Meriwether County 

Manchester (part) (pop. 3,716) 


48 


74 


51 


43 


16 


14 


38 


18 


20 


9 














Remainder of County 


34 


36 


33 


23 


7 


Glynn County 

Brunswick (pop. 14,022) 


63 


177 


62 


88 


53 


Miller County 


13 


20 


14 


9 


3 


60 


172 


59 


83 


6J 


Remainder of County 


3 


5 


3 


5 


2 














aordon County 


42 


56 


45 


20 


10 


Mitchell County 

Polhem (pop. 2,762) 


56 


72 


55 


46 


15 


22 


32 


25 


14 


6 














Remainder of County 


34 


40 


30 


32 


9 


Grady County 

Cairo (pop. 3,169) 


30 


50 


27 


28 


12 


Monroe County 


41 


54 


41 


33 


12 


19 


33 


17 


15 


9 


Reoiainder of County 


11 


17 


10 


13 


3 


























twntgomery County 


23 


17 


19 


20 


5 


Greene County 


26 


39 


26 


43 


11 

































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CENSUS OF 




















BUSINESS 






STATE OF GEORGIA Continued 1 














TABLE 2- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PFRSONNEL AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Numbe 




Active 




Totsl. 




Number 




Active 




TotiJ. 


County and city 


of 
stablish 


ReceipU 


Pro- 


Em 
ployees" 


Pay Roll 


County and city 


of 
establish 


Receipts 


Pro. 


Em- 
ployees" 


Pay RoU 




menu 


(add 0001 


prietors 




add 000 




ments 


(add OOOl 


prietors 




(add 000 


UorgBn County 


31 


$38 


29 


20 


$8 


Taylor County 


17 


»15 


14 


17 


55 


Murray County 


21 


31 


24 


39 


7 


Telfair County 


61 


69 


59 


71 


18 


Muscogee County 

Columbue (pop. 43,131] 


201 


776 


194 


409 


278 


Terrell County 

Davson (pop. 3,827) 


71 


75 


63 


48 


16 


184 


751 


178 


384 


270 


39 


56 


40 


30 


12 


Remainder of County 


17 


25 


16 


25 


8 


Remainder of County 


32 


19 


23 


18 


4 


Newton County 

Covington (pop. 3,203) 


37 


83 


39 


37 


16 


Thomas County 

ThomasTlllB (pop. U,733) 


108 


200 


114 


101 


50 


23 


64 


25 


2S 


12 


66 


157 


73 


74 


44 


Porterdale (pop. 3,002) 


4 


14 


4 


8 


4 


Remainder of County 


42 


43 


41 


22 


6 


Romalnder of County 


10 


5 


10 


3 


tJ 














Oconee County 


19 


13 


14 


17 


2 


Tift County 

Tlfton (pop. 3,390) 


53 


121 


48 


75 


37 


32 


98 


29 


64 


32 














Remainder of County 


21 


23 


19 


11 


6 


Oglethorpe County 


30 


23 


29 


12 


3 














Paulding County 


34 


48 


38 


42 


13 


Toomba County 

Tldalla (pop. 3,585) 


42 


70 


46 


42 


17 


16 


41 


IS 


SS 


1(5 














Remainder of County 


26 


29 


31 


20 


7 


Peach County 

Fort Valley {pop. 4,560) 


19 


29 


20 


34 


U 


Tcwne County 


28 


14 


29 


19 


4 


16 


24 


17 


22 


9 


Remainder of County 


3 


5 


3 


12 


2 


























Treutlen County 


14 


41 


14 


28 


U 


Pickens County 


36 


66 


37 


44 


19 














Pierce County 


32 


38 


31 


34 


12 


Troup County 

La Grange (pop. 20,131) 


104 


300 


112 


137 


71 


67 


206 


75 


71 


43 














Remainder of County 


37 


94 


37 


66 


28 


Pike County 


10 


19 


10 


9 


2 


























Turner County 


22 


21 


23 


15 


5 


Polk County 

Cedartown (pop. 8,124) 


70 


189 


68 


114 


52 


Twigga County 


10 


11 


12 


19 


5 


33 


116 


32 


65 


34 


Roetanart (pop. 3,264) 


20 


57 


20 


S3 


14 














Remainder of County 


17 


16 


16 


16 


4 


Union County 


12 


9 


13 


5 


3 


Pulaski County 


29 


44 


27 


32 


12 


Upson County 

Bast Thomaaton (pop. 3,061) 


33 


128 


35 


57 


36 


4 


8 


4 


5 


3 


Putnam County 


25 


27 


21 


21 


8 


ThonBSton (pop. 4,922) 


19 


96 


20 


33 


26 














Raoainder of County 


10 


24 


U 


19 


7 


Quitman County 


e 


16 


6 


43 


9 














Rehun County 


33 


56 


40 


50 


12 


Walker County 

Lafayette (pop. 2,811) 


47 


9E 


57 


66 


27 


' 19 


35 


24 


\t 


" 4 














RosoTlile (pop. 3,230) 


11 


29 


12 


25 


12 


Randolph County 

Cuthbert (pop. 3, 235) 


45 


64 


42 


57 


16 


Remainder of County 


17 


28 


21 


£4 


11 


24 


36 


21 


26 


9 


Remainder of County 


21 


28 


21 


31 


7 


Walton County 

Uonroe (pop. 3,706) 


64 


109 


68 


53 


27 


21 


81 


20 


29 


£2 


Richmond County 

Augusta (pop. 60,342) 


272 


937 


264 


519 


296 


Sflmainder of County 


43 


28 


48 


24 


5 


243 


908 


234 


469 


289 


Remainder of County 


29 


29 


30 


30 


7 


Ware County 

Weyoroes (pop. 15,510) 


135 


270 


137 


166 


69 


110 


236 


110 


102 


55 


Rockdale County 


25 


39 


29 


19 


7 


Remainder of County 


25 


34 


27 


64 


14 


Sohley County 


4 


4 


4 


- 


-- 


v^arren County 


29 


31 


29 


28 


7 


Sore-/en County 


73 


111 


48 


179 


39 


Washington County 

SandersTlUe (pop. 3,011) 


91 


60 


94 


80 


20 


28 


39 


£9 


17 


12 


Seoninole County 


19 


39 


19 


25 


12 


Reminder of County 


63 


41 


68 


63 


8 


Spauldiog County 

Griffin (pop. 10,321) 


71 


216 


74 


95 


54 


Wayna County 


36 


87 


38 


40 


15 


58 


19S 


89 


BE 


54 


Remainder of County 


13 


23 


15 1 10 


4 


Webster County 


B 


3 


8 


2 


1/ 


Stephens County 

Tooooa (pop. 4,602) 


49 


60 


55 43 


13 


Wheeler County 


18 


10 


18 


9 


2 


25 


41 


26 


22 


8 


Remainder of County 


24 


19 


29 


21 


S 


White County 


23 


23 


24 


7 


1 


Stewart County 


66 


B9 


65 


96 


18 


Whitfield County 


W 


121 


66 


46 


27 












Helton (pop. 8,160) 


36 


107 


41 


40 


23 


SuBtter County 

AmericuB (pop. 8.760) 


78 


200 


74 


131 


54 


Remainder of County 


28 


14 


28 


6 


4 


43 


148 


43 


78 


42 


Remainder of County 


35 


52 


31 


53 


12 


Wlloox County 


39 


43 


40 


23 


8 


Talbot County 

Manchester (part) (pop. 29) 


28 


27 


28 


53 


8 


Wilkes County 

Washington (pop. 3, 158) 


89 


72 


64 


114 


£4 










_. 


32 


45 


"sT 


50 


12 


Raoainder of County 


28 


27 


28 


53 


8 


Remainder of County 


27 


27 


29 


64 


12 


Taliaferro County 


6 


7 


6 


3 


1 


WillElnson County 


189 


46 


162 


76 


8 


Tattnall County 


42 


72 


43 


46 


U 


Worth County 


28 


48 

1 
1 


28 


44 


U 



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STATE OF IDAHO 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 














FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 Ok MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

ol 
MlablUh 


ReceiptB 


Active 
Pro- 


Em. 
ploye«»" 


ToU. 
Pay Roll 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 


Receipts 


Active 

Pro. 

prietors 


Em. 

ployees- 


Total, 
Pay Rob 




menu 


(add 000) 


prietors 




add 000 




ments 


(add 0001 




(add 000 


Ada Oounty 

Bolso (pop. 21,544) 


2,S24 


ts.esi 


2.648 


1.807 


tl,225 


Gooding County 
Idaho County 


36 

51 


»80 

100 


39 
48 


22 

31 


» 15 
21 


274 


783 


289 


239 


188 


193 


663 


196 


193 


164 


Ramalader of County 


81 


120 


93 


46 


24 


Jefferaon County 


63 


72 


66 


20 


12 


Adama County 


22 


31 


25 


10 


7 


Jerome County 


63 


140 


65 


48 


38 


Bannock County 

Pooatello (pop. 16,471) 


183 


463 


185 


136 


104 


Kootenai County 

Coaur d'Alene (pop. 8,297) 


56 


;36 


59 


28 


22 


120 


391 


117 


114 


93 


45 


123 


48 


26 


22 


Ramalnder of County 


63 


72 


68 


a 


11 


Remainder of County 


11 


13 


11 


£ 


5/ 


B«ar Lake County 


56 


84 


70 


21 


11 


Latah County 


73 


202 


71 


65 


41 












Uoscow (pop. 4,476) 


34 


130 


33 


44 


30 


Banewah County 


22 


34 


23 


11 


6 


Remainder of County 


39 


72 


38 


21 


11 


Bingham County 

Blackfoot (pop. 3,199) 


75 


146 


78 


34 


22 


Lemhi County 


25 


51 


27 


16 


9 


30 


87 


34 


21 


13 


Ramalndar of County 


45 


59 


44 


13 


9 


Lewi a County 


24 


45 


26 


13 


9 


Blaine County 


19 


22 


23 


10 


3 


Lincoln County 


32 


83 


35 


23 


32 


Boiae County 


6 


4 


7 


3 


2 


Madison County 

Reiburg (pop. 3,048) 


52 


90 


52 


41 


23 


22 


64 


19 


36 


20 


Bonner Oounty 

Sandpolnt (pop. 3,290) 


47 


92 


4« 


13 


10 


Remainder of County 


30 


26 


33 


5 


3 


36 


76 


36 


10 


8 


Ramalnder of Oounty 


11 


16 


12 


3 


2 


Ulnidoka County 


34 


84 


38 


21 


16 


Bonnevllla County 

Idaho rails (pop. 9,429) 


133 


307 


137 


32 


72 


Nez Perce County 

LewlBton (pop. 9,403) 


75 


299 


77 


99 


77 


59 


242 


63 


67 


63 


65 


283 


66 


94 


74 


Remainder of County 


74 


65 


74 


15 


9 


Remainder of Count" 


10 


16 


11 


5 


3 


Boxmdary County 


18 


38 


20 


5 


3 


Oneida County 


27 


47 


30 


20 


13 












Ualad (pop. 2,535) 


19 


39 


20 


15 


10 


Butte County 


17 


13 


17 


6 


2 


Remainder of County 


8 


8 


10 


5 


3 


Camas County 


24 


27 


28 


21 


10 


Owyhee County 


24 


28 


25 


5 


3 


Canyon County 

Caldwell (pop. 4,974) 


164 


435 


169 


149 


89 


Fayette County 

Payette (pop. 2,618) 


51 


106 


49 


40 


21 


49 


135 


48 


53 


33 


24 


70 


24 


20 


14 


Nampa (pop. 8,206) 


56 


217 


58 


65 


44 


Remainder of County 


27 


36 


25 


20 


7 


Remainder of County 


59 


83 


63 


31 


12 


























Power County 


20 


35 


18 


15 


7 


Caribou County 


14 


32 


13 


5 


3 














Caasia County 

Burley (pop. 3,826) 


66 


130 


64 


39 


25 


Shoshone County 

Kellogg (pop. 4,124) 
Wallace (pop. 3,634) 


66 


164 


66 


69 


27 


29 
23 


89 
60 


29 
22 


46 

16 


IS 
IS 


36 


101 


36 


25 


16 


Remainder of County 


30 


29 


28 


14 


9 


Ramalnder of County 


14 


15 


15 


1 


1 


Clark County 


10 


15 


10 


8 


4 


Teton County 


33 


43 


37 


12 


8 


Clearwater County 


33 


75 


34 


33 


19 


Twin Falls County 


256 


601 


264 


229 


149 












Twin Falla (pop. 8,787) 


88 


336 


87 


113 


93 


Gluter County 


17 


15 


16 


5 


2 


Ramalnder of County 


168 


265 


177 


116 


36 


Elmore County 


34 


71 


37 


29 


IS 


Valley Coxinty 


26 


35 


27 


11 


7 


Franklin County 

Preston (pop. 3,381) 


65 


107 


87 


30 


18 


■aahiogton Coiinty 
Welser (pop. 2,724) 


45 


87 


46 


25 


17 


27 


73 


35 


19 


13 


30 


66 


30 


18 


14 


Remainder of County 


38 


34 


52 


11 


5 


Remainder of County 


15 


21 


16 


7 


3 


Fremont County 

3t. Anthony (pop. 2,778) 


69 


110 


74 


58 


35 


Yellowstone National Park 


~ 


-- 


-- 


- 


- 


21 


40 


20 


14 


11 


Remainder of County 


48 


70 


54 


44 


24 














Gem County 

Bmett (pop. 2,763) 


24 


59 


29 


11 


8 














18 


50 


22 


10 


7 


Remainder of County 


6 


9 


7 


1 


1 

































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BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 

TABLE 2... ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


•Jumber 

ol 
establish 


ReceipU 

(adiJ 000) 


Active 

Pro. 

prietore 


Em 
ployees' 


Tot J. 
P.y Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Active 
Pro- 
prietors 


Em 
ployees" 


ToU, 
Pay Roll 

add 000 


TOTAL FOR STATE 

Adams County 

liulncy (pop. 39,241) 
Remainder of County 

Alexander Comity 
Cairo (pop. 13,532) 
Remainder of County 

Bond County 

Oreenvllle (pop. 3,233) 
Remainder of County 

Boone County 

BelTidere (pop. 8,123) 
^temalnder of County 

Broira County 

Bureau County 

Princeton (pop. 4,752) 
Spring VaUey (pop. 5,270) 
Remainder of County 

Calhoun County 

Carroll County 
Savanna (pop. 5,086) 
Remainder of County 

Cass County 
Beardstown (pop. 6,344) 
Remainder of Coxmty 

Champaign County 

Champaign (pop. 20,348) 
Drbana (pop. 13,060) 
Remainder of County 

Christian County 
Pane (pop. 5,835) 
Taylorrlllc (pop. 7,316) 
Remainder of County 

Clark County 

Clay County 
/lore (pop. 4,393) 
Remainder of County 

Clinton County 

Centralis (part) (pop. 515) 
Remelnder of County 

Coles County 

Cherleston (pop. 8,012) 
Mattoon (pop. 14,631) 
Remainder of County 

Cook County 
ArllEgton Heights (pop. 4,997) 
Barrington (part) (pop. 1,990) 
Bellwood (pop. 4,991) 
Benfyn (pop. 47,027) 
Blue Island (pop 16,534) 
Brookfield (pop. 10,035) 
Calumet City (pop. 12,298) 
Chicago (pop. 3,376,438) 
Chicago Heights (pop. 22,321) 
Cicero (pop. 66,602) 
Des rialnes (pop. 8,798) 
Dolton (pop. 2,923) 
Elgin (part) (pop. 431) 
Elm»ood Part; (pop. 11,270) 
Evanston (pop. 63,338) 
Forest Park (pop. 14,555) 
Clencoe (pop. 6,295) 
Harvey (pop. 16,374) 
Hinsdale (part) (pop. 436) 
Homawood (pop. 3,227) 
Kenllworth (pop. 2,501) 
La Grange (pop. 10,103) 
Lansing (pop. 3,378) 
Lemont (pop. 2,582) 
Lyons (pop. 4,787) 
Maywood (pop. 25,829) 
Kelrose Park (pop. 10,741) 
Nilea Center (pop. 5,007) 
Oak Park (pop. 63,982) 
Feik Ridge (pop. 10,417) 
Phoenix (pop. 3,033) 
River Forest (pop. 8,829) 
River f.rove (pop. 2,741) 


36,760 


1172,615 


•57,108 


44,553 


«46,807 


Cook County (Continued) 
Riverside (pop. 6,770) 
Steger (part) (pop. 1.296) 
Summit (pop. 6,548) 
Western Springs (pop. 3,894) 
ffllniette (pop. 15,233) 
Wlnnetka (pop. 12,166) 
La Orange Park (pop. 2,939)1 
Riverdale (pop. 2,504) > 
Remainder of County J 

Crawford County 

Roblhson (pop. 3,668) 
Remainder of County 

Cumberland County 

De Kalb County 

De Kalb (pop. 8,545) 
Sandwich (pop. 2,611) 
Sycamore (pop. 4,021) 
Remainder of County 

De Witt County 

Clinton (pop. 5,920) 
Remainder of County 

Douglas County 

Tuscola (pop. 2,569) 
Remainder of County 

Du Page County 

Downers Grove (pop. 8,977) 
Elmhurst (pop. 14,055) 
Glen Ellyn (pop. 7,680) 
Hinsdale (part) (pop. 6,487) 
Lombani (pop. 6,197) 
Napervllle (pop. 6,118) 
Tllla Park (pop. 6,22C) 
West Chicago (pop. 3,477 ) 
Jheaton (pop. 7,258/ 
Weatmont (pop. 2,733) ~l 
Remainder of County _f 

Edgar County 

Parle (pop. 8,781) 
Ramalider of County 

Edwards County 

Effingham County 

Efflnghem (pop. 4,978) 
Remelnder of County 

Fayette County 

Tandalla (pop. 4,342) 
Remainder of County 

Ford County 

Faxton (pop. 2,892) 
Hemalirier of County 

Franklin County 

Benton (pop. 8,219) 
Chrletcpher (pop. 4,244) 
West Frankfort (pop. 14,683) 
Zelgler (pop. 3.816) 
Reoainder of County 

Fulton County 

Canton (pop. 11,718) 
Remainder of County 

Gallatin County 

Greene County 

Roodhouoe (pop. 2,621) 
.Vhlte Eall (pop. 2,928) 
Remainder of County 

Grundy County 

Morris (pop. 5,568) 
Remainder of County 

Hanllton County 

Hancock County 

Hard In County 

Henderson County 

Henry County 

Galva (pop. 2,875) 
Geneseo (pop. 3,406) 
Kewanee (pop. 17,093) 
Remainder of County 


21 

27 
8 
43 
64 

106 
67 


«71 

59 
27 
194 
296 

214 
139 


23 

26 
8 
44 
66 

106 
75 


8 

12 
7 
68 
88 

38 
27 


*7 

8 
5 
74 
88 

26 
13 


223 


746 


226 


195 


143 


168 
56 

70 


676 

70 

230 


170 

56 

73 


186 
10 

88 


138 

6 

53 


61 
9 

85 


224 

6 

128 


62 
11 

87 


88 
27 


53 
16 


34 

51 

55 


80 
48 

230 


33 
64 

60 


20 
7 

60 


12 
3 

56 


14 
53 

37 
139 


31 
106 

66 

308 


17 
58 

40 

147 


6 
21 

17 
65 


4 
9 

8 

54 


46 
9 

30 

172 


176 
54 

63 

259 


51 
9 

33 

215 


36 
24 

£4 

53 


26 
30 

8 

30 


45 
22 
24 

48 

69 


128 
48 
57 
75 

171 


48 
23 
27 
49 

72 


31 
12 
8 
14 

46 


22 
8 
17 

7 

28 


36 
24 
112 

30 

82 


102 
46 
111 

44 

120 


40 
27 
148 

31 

86 


15 
11 
27 

16 
31 


14 
6 
10 

7 
20 


41 

28 

143 


120 
61 

196 


43 
29 

155 


29 
16 

68 


21 
7 

31 


23 
59 


56 
64 

96 


23 
63 

82 


14 
17 

24 


10 
10 

14 


31 
112 

266 


78 
118 

976 


31 
124 

265 


26 
43 

267 


13 
18 

226 


37 
40 

333 


47 
49 

1.107 


43 
39 

331 


9 
15 

329 


7 
7 

294 


27 
44 

26 
27 
16 
30 
15 
15 
29 
37 

146 


82 
182 
99 
124 
34 
79 
33 
47 
237 

59 
295 


26 

42 
29 
27 
14 
29 
15 
15 
28 
40 

157 


28 
60 
40 
61 

7 
16 

7 

6 
57 

5 

69 


15 
36 
26 
29 

4 
16 

3 

6 
88 

2 

43 


160 
54 
119 

137 


760 
181 
166 

326 


149 
59 
123 

139 


244 
47 

38 

79 


234 
42 
18 

61 


33 
46 
58 

115 
62 


81 
152 
93 

131 
66 


34 
46 
59 

139 
65 


17 
47 
15 

41 
14 


11 

33 
7 

22 
7 


57 
88 

32 

92 


178 
117 

59 

155 


62 
95 

41 

93 


53 
16 

14 

35 


32 
11 

10 

16 


25 
37 

106 


32 
34 

130 


26 

39 

111 


1 
7 

38 


4 
3 

22 


34 
58 

68 


90 
65 

90 


34 

59 
70 


22 
13 

33 


12 
4 

15 


106 
156 


130 
404 


111 
162 


38 
117 


22 
77 


21 
47 

74 


34 

56 

122 


20 
50 

78 


17 
16 

26 


9 
6 


47 
86 
24 

22 , 175 


107 
248 
49 

135,831 


44 
93 
25 

21,744 


36 
68 
13 

34.388 


23 
49 
5 

39,310 


20 
54 

175 


32 

90 

294 


22 

56 

187 


5 
21 

105 


3 
13 

52 


8 

8 

142 

44 

23 

26 

20,168 

BO 

269 

31 

9 

3 

17 

330 

45 

19 

59 

9 
5 
69 
8 
9 
16 
70 
30 
18 
314 
32 
5 
13 
11 


84 
24 
14 
441 
102 
42 
32 
128,920 
153 
544 
147 
28 
30 
57 
1,800 
96 
75 
140 

12 
8 

326 
10 
29 
20 

140 

83 

66 

1,324 

105 
10 
96 
12 


10 
8 

145 
48 
24 
26 
19,696 
86 

283 
34 
11 
4 
17 

326 
44 
19 
60 

9 

6 
61 

8 
11 
17 
69 
28 
17 
323 
30 

5 

i; 

12 


16 

1 

5 

102 

21 

4 

6 

32,528 

48 

120 

24 

2 

10 

15 

538 

27 

22 

46 

3 
2 
104 
1 
2 
1 
39 
24 
16 
390 
22 
2 
24 
2 


13 
1 
4 
77 
17 
2 
3 
37,672 
36 
87 
20 
1 
11 
10 
505 
22 
23 
34 

1 

1 

102 

^1 

26 
21 
12 
359 
19 

y 

23 

1 


46 
16 
60 
10 
43 

131 


63 
23 
128 
10 
50 

282 


47 
18 
65 
11 
46 

141 


26 
6 
44 

4 
27 

71 


15 
4 

24 
2 
7 

46 


54 
77 

35 

102 


145 
137 

46 

167 


58 
83 

36 

105 


41 
30 

8 

35 


24 
22 

3 

20 


16 
22 
65 

51 


30 
43 
94 

110 


16 
23 
66 

55 


7 
5 
23 

25 


2 

4 
14 

13 


32 

19 

47 
103 
24 
11 
206 


93 

17 

74 
179 
18 
29 
339 


36 
19 

52 

107 

23 

14 


23 
2 

21 

58 

5 

23 

B3 


12 

1 

9 
30 
2 

6 


17 
23 
77 
89 


34 
42 
173 
90 


20 
26 
73 
99 


6 
11 

50 
16 


2 

6 
31 

5 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF ILLINOIS Continued, 

TABLE 2. ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 










County and city 


Number 

ot 
Klablish 


ReceipU 

(add 0001 


Active 

Pro. 
prielors 


Em 
ployee*' 


Tot«l. 
Pay Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ot 
establish 


Receipts 

(add 000] 


Active 
Pro- 
prietors 


Em 
ployees- 


Total. 
P«y Roll 

(add 000 


Iroquoia County 

Watseka (pop. 3.144) 
ReiaalQdar of County 

Jackson County 

Carbondala (pop. 7,528) 
Murphysboro (pop. 8,182) 
Remainder of County 

Jasper County 

Jefferson County 
Mount Vemon (pop. 12,375) 
Renalndor of County 

Jersey County 

Jarseyrllle (pop. 4,309] 
Remainder of County 

Jo Daviess County 
aalena (pop. 3,876) 
Remainder of County 

Johnson County 

Kane County 

Aurora (pop. 46,589) 
BataTia (pop. 5,045) 
Elgin (part) (pop. 35,498) 
Genera (pop. 4,607) 
St. Charles (pop. S,377) 
Remainder of County 

Kankakee Coun-ty 

Bradley (pop. 3,048) 
Kankakee (pop. 20,620) 
Remainder of County 

Kendall County 

Knox County 

Abingdon (pop. 2,771) 
Galesburg (pop. 28,830) 
Remainder of County 

Lake County 

Barrlngton (part) (pop. 1,223) 
Highland Park (pop. 12,203) 
Highwood (pop. 3,590) 
Lake Forest (pop. 6,554) 
Llbertyville (pop. 3,791) 
North Chicago (pop. 8,466) 
Waukegan (pop. 33,499) 
Zion (pop. 5,991) 
Hamoinder of County 

La Salle County 

La Salle (pop. 13,149) 
liarseilles (pop. 4,292) 
Mendota (pop. 4,008) 
Oglesby (pop. 3,910) 
Ottam (pop. 15,094) 
Peru (pop. 9,121) 
Streator (pop. 14,728) 
Remainder of County 

Lawrence County 

LanrenceTille (pop. 6,303) 
Remainder of County 

Lee County 

Dixon (pop. 9,908) 
Remainder of County 

Livingston County 
Dwight (pop. 2,534) 
Pontiac (pop, 8,272) 
Remainder of County 

Logan County 

Lincoln (pop. 12,865) 
Remainder of County 

HcDonough County 

Bushnell (pop. 2,850) 
Macomb (pop. 8,509) 
Remainder of County 

UcHenry County 

Crystal Lake (pop. 3,732) 
Harvard (pop. 2,988) 
Woodstock (pop. 5,471) 
Remainder of County 


223 


$328 


239 


126 


»65 


McLean County 

Bloomington (pop. 30,930) 
Normal (pop. 6,768) 
Remainder of County 

Macon County 

Decatur (pop. 57,610) 
Remainder of County 

Macoupin Co'inty 
Benld (pop. 2,980) 
Carlinvllle (pop. 4,144) 
Olllesple (pop. 5,111) 
Mount Clive (pop. 3,079) 
Steunton (pop. 4,618) 
Virden (pop. 3,011) 
Remainder of County 

Madison County 

Alton (pop. 30,151) 
Colllnsville (pop. 9,235) 
East Alton (pop. 4,502) 
EdwErdavllle (pop. 6,235) 
dranite City (pop. 25,130) 
Hlghlsnd (pop. 3,319) 
Madison (pop. 7,661) 
Venice (pop. 5,362) 
Wood River (pop. 8,136) 
Renainder of County 

liarion County 

Centralla (part) (pop. 12,068) 
Salem (pop. 4,420] 
Remainder of County 

iiiarshall County 

MasOD County 

Havane (pop. 3,451) 
rtanelnder oi County 

Massac County 

Metropolis (pop. 5,573) 
ivemeiuder of County 

Menard County 

Mercer County 

Monroe County 

Montgomery County 

Hlllsboro (pop. 4,435] 
Litchfield (pop. 6,612] 
Remainder of County 

Morgan County 

Jacksonville (pop. 17,747] 
Remainder of County 

Moultrie County 

Ogle County 

Ronhelle (poo. 3,785) 
Remaicder of County 

Peoria County 

Peoria (pop. 104,969) 
Peoria Heights (pop. 3,279) 
Remainder of County 

Perry County 

Duquoin (pop. 7,593) 
Pinckneyville (pop. 3,046) 
Remainder of County 

Piatt County 

Pike County 

Pope County 

Pulaski County 

Mound City (pop. 2,548) 
Hemsicder of County 

Putnam County 


316 


$907 


330 


220 


il87 


25 
198 

116 


73 
255 

345 


25 
214 

121 


19 
107 

108 


17 
48 

77 


169 
19 
127 

323 


640 
43 
224 

1,220 


180 
21 
129 

324 


170 
16 
34 

379 


167 
9 
21 

274 


33 
44 
39 

23 

169 


189 
128 
28 

51 

270 


35 
46 
40 

24 

186 


55 
49 
4 

6 

105 


44 
32 

1 

3 
51 


282 

41 

177 


1,173 
47 

332 


285 
39 

196 


362 
17 

82 


268 
6 

39 


11 
32 
16 
15 
20 
4 
79 

500 


18 
76 
33 
36 
39 
16 
114 

1.366 


13 
36 
17 
1£ 
24 
3 
87 

520 


2 
22 

7 
8 
5 
31 

316 


1 
12 
3 
3 
5 
2 
13 

251 


93 

76 

47 


196 
74 

59 


103 
83 

47 


60 
46 

19 


40 
11 

12 


33 
14 

74 


47 
12 

146 


33 
14 

75 


18 
1 

36 


11 

1 

23 


125 
58 
15 
44 
83 
39 
31 
10 
31 
64 

144 


494 
122 

27 
151 
217 

60 

85 

7 

141 

64 

350 


132 
61 
14 
47 
84 
39 
36 
10 
30 
67 

147 


121 
23 
5 
52 

58 

11 
1 
27 
IC 

92 


100 
21 

39 
38 

6 
10 

1 
29 

73 


21 
53 

35 

468 


68 

78 

37 
1,519 


19 
66 

37 

473 


20 

16 

6 
436 


12 
11 

3 

341 


227 
5 

137 
17 
26 
56 

233 


788 
15 

443 
39 
89 

146 

668 


221 
4 

141 
18 
29 
60 

254 


222 
4 
119 
8 
31 
51 

204 


173 
2 
98 
6 
11 
51 

133 


77 
26 

41 

78 
86 


233 
48 
69 

130 

141 


79 
28 
40 

88 

108 


66 
17 
9 

32 

36 


55 
11 

IE 
20 


6 
138 
89 

20 

167 


8 
501 
159 

54 

482 


6 
152 
96 

24 

179 


1 
159 
44 

18 

117 


2/ 
115 
18 

10 

84 


25 
61 

67 


66 
75 

112 


27 
81 

66 


20 
16 

36 


10 

10 

18 


9 
120 
38 

354 


12 
418 
52 

1,258 


11 
128 
40 

362 


107 
10 

301 


78 
6 

303 


42 
25 

98 

32 

65 

131 


98 

14 

145 
75 
90 

236 


« 

103 
38 
64 

130 


32 

4 

42 
14 
27 
47 


17 

1 

18 
12 
10 
30 


11 
49 
14 
34 
17 
27 
105 
lb 
81 

376 


23 
227 

21 
163 

41 

45 
541 

39 
158 

988 


12 
63 
14 
36 
17 
25 
103 
14 
83 

402 


3 
64 

4 
32 

9 
11 
135 
13 
30 

232 


2 
60 

3 
37 

6 

8 
149 

9 
29 

158 


32 
32 
67 

136 


64 
71 
101 

337 


32 
32 

66 

151 


19 
14 
14 

95 


10 
13 

56 


76 
21 

24 
9 
84 
28 
80 
53 

96 


217 
39 
77 
14 

288 
91 

182 
80 

120 


81 
21 
28 
10 
86 
30 
92 
54 

98 


51 
6 

16 
2 

94 
9 

33 

21 

50 


38 
4 
11 
2 
59 
11 
23 
10 

21 


87 
49 

53 

81 


274 

63 

154 
201 


100 
51 

58 

64 


86 

9 

39 
47 


52 

26 

34 


22 
59 

693 


96 
105 

2.924 


22 

62 

697 


20 
27 

929 


17 
17 

837 


22 
74 

84 


58 
62 

250 


26 
72 

89 


20 
30 

75 


13 
8 

42 


654 

4 

135 

75 


2,784 
7 

133 

165 


535 

4 

158 

82 


887 
1 
41 

53 


814 
1 
22 

33 


49 
35 

145 


195 
55 

345 


j4 
35 

155 


66 
9 

64 


39 
3 

51 


54 

1? 

8 

64 
165 
24 
58 


120 
38 
7 

101 

221 

53 

86 


67 
16 
9 

65 

179 

27 

62 


43 

6 

17 
74 
13 
27 


27 
4 
2 

9 

30 

11 

13 


20 

38 
87 

119 


30 
143 

172 

276 


25 
42 

88 

129 


4 
28 
32 

69 


2 

31 
18 

45 


56 
63 

103 


182 
96 

219 


64 
65 

106 


48 
21 

62 


36 
9 

35 


33 
25 

68 


53 
33 

47 


36 
26 

77 


19 

8 

12 


9 
4 

6 
i 


16 
49 
39 

146 


31 
110 
78 

385 


16 
51 
40 

156 


10 
32 
20 

85 


7 
21 
7 

68 


23 
28 
30 
6b 


72 
77 
142 
94 


27 
33 
32 
64 


17 
18 
33 

17 


11 
10 
36 

11 





















Vol. II - 


Page 69 








SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 












CENSUS OF 






















BUSINESS 








STATE OF ILUNOIS < Continued) 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Numbe 




Active 




Total. 




Number 




Active 




Total, 


County and city 


of 

stsbluh 


ReceipU 


Pio- 


Em. 

ployees* 


Pay RoU 


County and city 


of 
edablUh 


Receipb 


Pro. 


Em. 
ployees" 


Pay Roll 




ments 


(add 000) 


pnetort 




adH 000 






(add 000) 


pneton 




(add 000 


Randolph County 

Chester (pop. 3,922) 


118 


»163 


118 


34 


«17 


Vermilion County 

EBn-rtlle (pop. 36,765) 


419 


$981 


460 


274 


JlBl 


27 


43 


28 


7 


5 


208 


718 


225 


211 


154 


Sperta (pop. 3,385) 


24 


28 


26 


5 


2 


Georgetown (pop. 3,407) 


17 


22 


17 


3 


2 


Remainder of County 


67 


92 


64 


22 


10 


Hoopeaton (pop. 5,613) 


27 


60 


32 


9 


4 














Westvlllo (pop. 3,901) 


17 


22 


IS 


1 


2/ 


Richland County 
Olney (pop, 6,140) 


44 


127 


46 


39 


23 


Remainder of County 


150 


159 


168 


50 


21 


36 


U6 


38 


37 


22 


Remainder of County 


8 


11 


B 


2 


1 


Wabash County 

Mount Carmel (pop. 7,132) 


104 


110 


112 


62 


la. 


33 


68 


35 


18 


10 


Rock Island County 

East Mollne (pop. 10,107) 


375 


1.173 


380 


301 


268 


Remainder of County 


71 


42 


77 


44 


8 


30 


62 


34 


13 


8 


Mollno (pop. 32,236) 
Rock Island (pop. 37,953) 


152 

167 


542 

531 


155 

165 


142 
135 


122 
131 


Warren County 

Monmouth (pop. 8,666) 


87 


200 


95 


47 


30 


63 


177 


71 


45 


29 


Sll-rts (pop. 2,650) 


6 


15 


5 


1 


1 


Remainder of County 


24 


23 


24 


2 


1 


Renolnder of County 


21 


23 


21 


10 


6 


























Washington County 


73 


99 


75 


32 


16 


St. Clair County 

Bollertlle (pop. 28,425) 
East St. Louis (pop. 74,347) 


643 


1.785 


699 


480 


417 


Wayne County 

Fhlrflold (pop. 3,280) 


78 


lie 


87 


25 


13 


107 
329 


357 
1,178 


114 
338 


96 
313 


95 
291 


23 


67 


24 


15 


11 


Washington Perk (pop. 3,837) 


6 


8 


7 


2 


1 


Remainder of County 


55 


51 


63 


10 


2 


Remainder of County 


201 


242 


240 


69 


30 














Saline County 
Eldorado (pop. 4,482) 


121 


266 


122 


80 


46 


White County 

Carml (pop. 2,932) 
Remainder of County 


91 


133 


100 


41 


16 


23 

68 


65 
68 


24 

76 


23 

18 


11 
5 


33 


61 


32 


12 


7 


Harrlsburs (pop. 11,625) 


62 


180 


63 


65 


38 














Remainder of County 


26 


25 


27 


3 


1 


Whiteside County 
Fulton (pop. 2,656) 


124 


367 


129 


93 


74 


9 


28 


9 


6 


5 


Sangamon County 

Springfield (pop, 71,864) 


335 


1,572 


390 


508 


469 


Morrison (pop. 3,067) 
Rock Fails (pop. 3,893) 


21 

16 


35 
38 


21 

16 


11 
13 


8 
9 


332 


1,482 


322 


493 


462 


Remainder of County 


63 


90 


68 


15 


7 


Sterling (pop. 10,012) 
Remainder of County 


44 
34 


195 
71 


45 
38 


50 
13 


43 
9 


3ctiu>lgr County 


38 


78 


38 


18 


12 














Scott County 


102 


67 


106 


24 


8 


Will County 

Jollet (pop. 42,993) 


228 


699 


250 


170 


135 


155 


516 


167 


150 


119 














Lockport (pop. 3,383) 


13 


31 


14 


2 


1 


Shelby County 

Shelbyrllla (pop. 3,491) 


117 


182 


124 


29 


22 


Stager (part) (pop. 1,689) 
Remainder of County 


3 
57 


4 
148 


3 
66 


1 

17 


1 
14 


34 


■ 75 


38 


30 


16 


Remainder of County 


83 


107 


86 


9 


6 














Stark County 


76 


65 


82 


9 


5 


Williamson County 

CarterTllla (pop. 2,866) 


172 


379 


185 


105 


62 


19 


35 


19 


10 


6 














Hsrrin (pop. 9,708) 


34 


112 


35 


21 


15 


Stepiieiidon County 

Preeport (pop. 22,045) 


111 


430 


115 


130 


99 


Johnoton City (pop. 5,955) 
Marion (pop. 9,033) 


20 
72 


34 
182 


22 

82 


10 
59 


6 
34 


85 


389 


85 


126 


98 


Remainder of County 


26 


41 


30 


4 


1 


Remainder of County 


27 


16 


27 


S 


1 


Tazawell County 

East PsorlQ (pop. 5,027) 


265 


487 


279 


147 


90 


Winnebago County 

Rockford (pop. 85,864) 


489 


1.643 


509 


470 


409. 


26 


40 


27 


12 


6 


433 


1,558 


446 


445 


396 


Pekln (pop. 16,129) 


86 


262 


87 


90 


65 


Remainder of County 


56 


85 


63 


25 


13 


Remainder of County 


153 


185 


165 


45 


19 


























Woodford County 


62 


110 


63 


18 


9 


nnloa Co.inty 

Anna (pop. 3,436) 


73 


156 


78 


48 


SS 














33 


95 


38 


22 


18 


Pemalndar of CoTinty 


40 


61 


40 


26 


8 















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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF INDIANA 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Numbe. 
oi 

mentt 


Receipis 

ladd 000) 


Active 

Pro. 

piieton 


Em. 
ployeet" 


ToUj. 
P.y Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

of 
establuh 


ReceipU 

(add 0001 


Active 

Pro. 

prieton 


Em 

ploye«*» 


Tout. 
Pay RoD 

ladd 000 


TOTAL TOR STiUS 

AdemB County: 
Deoatur (pop. 5,156) 
Ramalndar of County 

Allen County: 

IioH Wayne (pop. 1U,M6) 
Remainder of County 

Bartholoofiw County: 
Columbua (pop. 9,935) 
Remainder of Coun^ 

Bentca County 

Blackfbrd County: 

Dunklik (part) (pop. l«e) 
Hartford City (pop. 6,613) 
Remainder of County 

Boone County: 

l^banon (pop. 6,445) 
Remainder of County 

Blown County 

Carroll County 

CasB County: 

Logan sport (pop. 18,508) 
Remainder of County 

Clark County: 

Jefferaonville (pop. 11,946) 
Remainder of County 

Clay County: 

Brazil (pop. 8,744) 
Remainder of Couaty 

Clinton County: 

Jrantfort (pop. 12,196) 
Remainder of County 

Crawford County 

Daviess County: 

Washington (pop. 9,070) 
RemelDder of County 

Dearborn County: 
Aurora (pop. 4,386) 
Lawrenceburg (pop. 4,072) 
Remainder of County 

Decatur County; 

Greensburg (pop. 5,702) 
Remainder of County 

De Kalb County: 

Auburn (pop. 5,088) 
Carrett (pop. 4,428) 
Remainder of County 

Delaware County: 
Uunele (pop. 46,548) 
Remainder of County 

Dubois County: 

Huntingburg (pop. 3,440) 

Jasper (pop. 3,905) 

Remainder of County 
Elkbart County : 

Elkhart (pop. 32,949) 

Goshen (pop. 10,397) 

Nappanee (pop. 2,957) 

Remainder of County 

Payatte County: 

Connersnlle (pop. 12,795) 
Remainder of County 

Floyd County: 

New Albany (pop. 25,819) 
ReiBalnder of Coun^ 

Fountain County: 
Attloa (pop. 3,700) 
Remainder of Coun^ 

Franklin Coun^ 


15.354 


»37.914 


16.13C 


U.871 


»8.846 


Fulton County: 


89 


»154 


101 


56 


»18 


5S 


126 


51 


SI 


22 


Rocheeter (pop. 3,518) 
Remainder of County 

Glbeon County: 

Oakland City (pop. 2,842) 


32 
57 

102 


90 
104 

190 


39 
62 

110 


U 
42 

55 


6 
12 

31 


37 
U 

664 


105 
21 

2.184 


4! 

IE 

68£ 


3 

735 


20 

2 

580 


20 
43 

39 

283 


43 

97 
50 

552 


21 

49 
40 

297 


10 
30 
IS 

173 


6 
18 

7 

U9 


sse 

76 
131 


2,094 
90 

264 


601 
8] 

132 


720 
IS 

91 


573 
7 

53 


Reioalnder of County 

Grant County: 

Gas City (pop. 3,087) 
Marlon (pop. 24,496) 
Remainder of County 

Greene County; 

JasonTllle (pop. 3,536) 
Linton (pop. 5,085) 
Remainder of County 

Hanllton County: 

NobleSTllle (pop. 4,811) 
Remainder of County 

Hancock County: 

Greenfield (pop. 4,188) 
Remainder of County 

Harrison County 

Hendricks County 

Henry County: 

New Castle (pop. 14,027) 
Raaalnder of County 

Howard County: 

Kokomo (pop. 32,843) 
Remainder of County 

Huntington County: 

Huntington (pop. 13,420) 
Remainder of County 

Jackson County: 
Seymour (pop, 7,508) 
Remsinder of County 

Jaaja r County : 

Rensselaer (pop. 2,798) 
RenBinder of County 

Jay County: 

Dunkirk (part) (pop. 2,435) 
Portland (pop. 5,276) 
Remainder of County 

Jefferson County: 
Madison (pop. 6,530) 
Remainder of County 

Jennings County: 
North Vernon (pop. 2,989) 
Remainder of County 

Johnson County : 

Franklin (pop. 5,682) 
Remainder of County 

Knoi County: 

Blcknell (pop. 5,212) 
Vincennes (pop. 17,564) 
Remainder of County 

Kosciusko County: 
Warsaw (pop. 5,730) 
Ranainder of County 

Lagrange County 

Lake County: 

Crown Point (pop. 4,046) 
East Chlcsgo (pop. 54,784) 

" Gary (pop. 100,426) 
Hammond (pop. 64,560) 
Hobart (pop. 5,787) 
Whiting (pop. 10,880) 
Remainder of County 

La Porte County: 

La Porte (pop. 15,755) 
Hichlgan City (pop. 26,735) 
Bemaindar of County 


17 
158 

loe 

115 


24 
401 
127 

237 


18 
1S4 
125 

la 


1 
145 
27 

78 


Ho 

9 
42 


64 
47 

64 

50 


212 
52 

81 

113 


8S 
46 

7! 

57 


67 
24 

17 

32 


46 

7 

7 
15 


14 
40 
61 

125 


40 
106 
91 

222 


13 
42 
66 

139 


13 
36 
29 

55 


7 
26 
9 

30 


33 

17 

164 


83 
30 

268 


37 
2C 

176 


16 
16 

75 


10 
5 

37 


45 
80 

115 


120 
102 

220 


48 
91 

118 


30 
25 

43 


15 
15 

25 


u 

100 
26 
71 

195 


150 
US 

24 

U6 
368 


65 

113 

29 
82 
221 


43 

38 

10 
38 
95 


26 

U 

3 
18 
61 


38 
77 

65 

98 

149 


92 
128 

94 

145 

268 


39 
79 

66 

109 

154 


25 

18 

33 
41 
82 


13 
12 

10 

19 

49 


127 
68 

101 


296 
72 

206 


137 
84 

105 


77 
18 

44 


54 

7 

26 


77 
72 

234 


190 
78 

443 


84 
70 

263 


58 
24 

156 


41 
8 

100 


72 
29 

87 


164 
42 

156 


72 
33 

96 


42 
2 

48 


25 

1 

23 


161 
73 

107 


380 
63 

340 


173 
90 

110 


131 
25 

lOB 


93 
7 

66 


53 
34 

150 


101 
55 

285 


61 
35 

171 


28 

20 

95 


16 
8 

62 


75 
32 

143 


160 
180 

229 


80 
30 

163 


64 

39 

61 


34 
32 

37 


60 

90 

50 
84 


157 
128 

79 

198 


62 
109 

52 

89 


64 
31 

30 

58 


48 

14 

17 
31 


58 
85 

105 


152 
77 

109 


63 
100 

106 


37 
24 

34 


27 

10 

17 


4« 

79 


127 
71 

182 


47 
8! 


39 
19 

37 


22 

9 

24 


32 

73 

U3 


64 
45 

198 


33 
73 

160 


20 
14 

47 


5 
26 


33 
27 

19 

106 


86 
71 
25 

173 


3; 
29 
2C 

131 


18 
4 
45 


13 
10 

1 

27 


28 

49 
36 

97 


34 

135 
29 

162 


30 
52 
78 

109 


4 
31 
12 

65 


2 

21 
3 

33 


36 

70 

128 


107 
66 

230 


4! 
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133 


27 
18 

53 


18 
9 

28 


58 
39 

50 


129 

33 

76 


62 
47 

52 


57 
8 

18 


31 
2 

10 


44 
15 
69 

323 


107 
21 
102 

949 


44 

7! 
326 


13 
13 
27 

324 


9 

7 
12 

236 


32 

18 

79 


44 
32 

185 


34 

16 

84 


14 

4 

40 


8 
2 

31 


39 
40 

199 


108 
77 

458 


41 
43 

216 


32 
8 

125 


22 
9 

93 


287 
36 

97 


868 
81 

174 


287 
39 

106 


310 
14 

68 


229 
7 

27 


30 
113 
56 

192 


64 

330 
64 

303 


32 

U4 
70 

207 


14 

103 

8 

78 


8 
60 

5 

46 


29 
30 
38 
305 


54 
69 
51 
745 


34 
30 
42 
319 


13 
25 
30 

204 


6 
11 
10 

145 


64 
128 

57 

961 


171 
132 

55 

2,361 


70 
137 

58 

979 


47 
31 

U 

679 


35 
U 

5 

555 


182 
73 
11 
39 

88 


456 
161 
34 
94 

127 


188 
76 
12 
43 

97 


130 
42 
8 
24 

40 


97 
34 
6 
8 

£4 


65 
23 

147 


U7 
10 

284 


69 
28 

148 


3? 
3 

82 


S3 

1 

60 


31 
174 
417 
218 
29 
48 
44 

246 


150 

306 

1,052 

628 

60 
102 

63 

632 


36 
181 
430 
207 
31 
50 
44 

253 


44 

60 
329 
203 
8 
29 
6 


61 

36 
268 
164 
4 
17 
3 

1£9 


119 
28 

89 


269 
15 

146 


122 
26 

92 


70 
12 

29 


56 

4 

14 


27 
62 

48 


47 
99 

77 


27 
65 

52 


U 
IB 

18 


5 

9 

10 


92 
132 
22 


216 
386 
30 


97 
133 
23 


40 

103 

6 


28 
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BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS; 1935 

STATE OF INDIANA Conlmued 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

ol 
Establish 


RecdpU 

lailil OGO) 


Active 
Pro- 
prietors 


Em- 
ployees" 


Total. 
P.y Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 
meats 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro. 

piietors 


Em- 
ployees* 


Total, 
Pay Roll 

ladd 000 


Lawrence County: 

Bedford (pop. 13,208) 
Mitchell (pop. 3,22S) 
Romainder of County 

Madison County: 

Alexandria (pop. 4,406) 
Anderson (pop. 39,804) 
ElwDod (pop. 10,585) 
Remainder of County 

Marlon County: 

Beech GroTo (pop. 3,552) 
Indianapolis (pop, 364,161) 
Reioalnder of County 

Marshall County: 

Plymouth (pop. 5,290) 
Rewalnder of County 

Martin County 

Miami County: 

Peru (pop, 12,730) 
Remainder of County 

Monroe County: 

Bloominfiton (pop. 18,227 ) 
Remainder of County 

MontgoniBry County: 

CrewfordsTiUe (pop. 10,355) 
ReiDBindar of County 

Morgan County: 

MartlnsTille (pop, 4,962) 
Remainder of County 

Newton County 

Noble County: 

Kej^ellTlllfi (pop. 5,439) 
Reroainder of County 

Ohio County 

Orange County 

Omn County 

Parks County 

Perry County: 

Tell City (pop. 4,873) 
Remainder of County 

Pilce County: 

Petersburg (pop, 2,609) 
Remainder of County 

Porter County: 

Valparaiso (pop. 8,079) 
Remainder of County 

Poaey County: 

Mount Vernon (pop. 5.035) 
fiemainaor of County 

Pulaakl County 

Putnan County: 

Oreencafltlo (pop. 4,613) 
Remainder of County 

Randoloh County: . 
Union City (part) (pop. 3,084)i^ 
Winchester Ipop. 4,487] 
Remainder of County 

Ripley County: 

BatesTiUe (pop. 2,838) 
Remainder of County 


127 


♦202 


134 


55 


129 


Rudi Cotmty; 

RushTlU, (pop. 5,709) 
Raimlnder of County 

St. Joseph County: 

UlBhawaka (pop, 28,630) 
South Bend (pop. 104,193) 
Renalnder of County 

Scott County 

Shelby County: 

Shelbyvllle (pop. 10,618) 
Remainder of County 

Spencer County 

StaxlEe County 

Steuben County: 

Angola (pop. 2,665) 
Ronalnder of County 

SulllTen County: 

SulllTan (pop. 5,306) 
ReiKlnder of County 

Switzerland County 

Tippecanoe County: 

lafayette loop. 26,240) 

KB re Lara,™tte (pop. 5,095) 

Remainder of County 

Tipton County: 

Tipton (pop. 4,861) 
Remainder of County 

Union County 

Vonderburg County: 
iTanoTllle (pop. 102,249) 
Remainder of County 

Veimilllon County: 
Clinton (pop. 7,936) 
Remainder of County 

Vigo County: 

Terra Haute (pop. 62,810) 
West TOrre Haute (pop. 3,588) 
Remainder of County 

Webaeh County: 

North Mancheater (pop. 2,765) 
Wabaah (pop. 6,840) 
Ronalnder of County 

Warren County 

Warrick County: 

Boonville (pop. 4,208) 
Remainder of County 

Waahington County: 
Salem (pop. 3,194) 
Remainder of County 

Wayne County: 

Richmond (pop. 32,493) 
Remainder of County 

Ifella County: 

Biuffton (pop. 5,074) 
Reminder of County 

White County 

Whitley County: 

Columbia City (pop. 3,805) 
Remainder of County 


82 


»157 


83 


56 


♦24 


88 
17 

368 


165 
23 
14 

853 


95 
16 
23 

385 


43 
8 

4 

272 


23 

5 
1 

188 


51 
31 

763 


111 
46 

2,779 


49 
34 

731 


42 

14 

775 


18 
6 

758 


126 
565 
62 

36 

151 


232 

2,433 
U4 

69 

269 


137 
529 
65 

36 

167 


64 
686 
25 

17 

108 


29 
714 
15 

U 

47 


37 
230 
37 
64 

2,167 


75 

586 
125 
67 

8.904 


41 
228 
43 
73 

2.074 


14 
201 
34 
23 

3.190 


8 
147 
23 
10 

2.861 


10 

•2,033 

74 

157 


18 

8,760 

126 

188 


10 

1,985 

79 

186 


4 

3,156 
30 

SO 


3 

2,830 
18 

23 


69 

82 

97 
45 
76 


203 
66 

132 

69 

122 


72 

95 

105 
45 
91 


73 
35 

35 

10 

25 


37 

10 

19 
6 
13 


28 
129 

26 

166 


78 
UO 

43 

295 


28 

168 

26 
194 


25 

25 

19 
84 


13 
10 

7 

51 


27 
49 

106 


75 
47 

203 


31 
60 

126 


14 

n 

63 


10 
3 

31 


78 
88 

99 


19!; 
99 

299 


8S 
109 

112 


52 

32 

112 


36 
15 

65 


36 

69 

96 
205 


93 
UO 

68 

677 


36 
66 

98 

211 


34 

29 

12 

231 


20 
11 

6 

182 


85 
14 

143 


289 
10 

354 


97 
15 

155 


107 
5 

136 


63 
2 

72 


155 
22 
28 

88 


605 
37 
35 

143 


158 
24 
29 

93 


218 
11 
2 

34 


173 
8 

1 

17 


81 
52 

60 


272 
82 

114 


93 
62 

63 


93 
43 

34 


60 
12 

19 


28 

32 

47 
81 


79 
35 

85 

159 


31 
32 

52 

94 


26 
8 

30 

26 


15 

4 

u 

15 


37 
51 

56 

666 


82 
61 

55 

1,889 


40 
53 

65 

662 


24 

10 

14 
629 


13 
4 

9 


25 
56 

33 

52 

35 

62 

64 


65 
94 

32 

116 

59 

82 

84 


29 

65 

37 
55 
42 
67 
66 


12 

14 

9 
24 
14 
24 
14 


8 
7 

4 

14 

8 

9 

6 


604 
62 

86 


1,831 
58 

125 


697 
65 

87 


617 
12 

45 


506 
5 

23 


47 
39 

427 


67 

58 

1,308 


47 
40 

436 


33 
12 

429 


Ifi 
5 

347 


390 
10 
27 

181 


1,255 
20 
S5 

282 


398 
11 
27 

242 


418 
3 
8 

61 


342 
2 

3 

37 


36 
26 

107 


49 

35 

111 


40 
26 

119 


7 
7 

41 


4 
2 

15 


31 
70 
80 

30 

81 


57 
158 
67 

26 

128 


36 
74 
132 

26 

90 


U 

36 
IB 

10 

32 


7 

24 
6 

8 

14 


33 
74 

90 


63 
48 

241 


38 
81 

91 


19 
22 

97 


12 
3 

37 


59 
31 

132 


190 
51 

190 


59 
32 

157 


49 

8 

66 


32 
5 

25 


11 
56 


83 
45 

100 


41 

49 

68 


15 
17 

55 


8 
6 

17 


33 
99 

75 

87 


61 
129 

100 

125 


37 
120 

96 

88 


S2 
34 

40 

42 


15 
10 

13 

24 


24 

32 

337 


58 
42 

678 


28 
40 

338 


.12 
43 

204 


6 
11 

132 


236 

101 

60 


578 
100 

130 


242 

96 

63 


171 
33 

32 


119 
13 

20 


42 

45 

179 


74 
51 

264 


40 
48 

210 


24 

18 

74 


18 
6 

36 


30 
30 

77 

76 


96 
34 

143 

146 


32 
31 

85 

82 


25 
7 

33 

33. 


18 
2 

17 

19 


35 
30 
U4 

103 


71 

76 
117 

128 


35 
31 
144 

109 


21 
19 
34 

36 


12 
U 
13 

IS 


38 
38 


88 
58 


40 
42 


17 
14 


U 
6 


33 

70 


46 
82 


36 
73 


U 
25 


6 
9 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF IOWA 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS PERSONNEL., AND PAY ROLL, 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 




County and city 


Numbe 

ol 
slablU 
menu 


Receipb 

(adil 000 


Active 

Pi» 

prieton 


Em. 
ployees- 


TolJ 
Fay RoB 

add 000 


County and city 


Numbe 

ol 
establill 


Rec-^u 

(add 000 


Active 

Pfo. 

pricion 


Em. 
ploye«s 


Total. 
P.y Roll 

(add 000 




TOTilL TOR STATE 

Malr County 

Adema County 

Allejnakee County 
Waukon (pop. 2,526) 
Remainder of County 

Appanoose County 

Oenterrllle (pop. 8,147) 
Remainder of County 

Audubon County 

Benton County 
Belle Plalno (pop. 3,2S9) 
Tinton (pop. 3,372) 
Remainder of County 

Bxaek Hawk County 

Cedar Falls (pop. 7,S62) 
Waterloo (pop. 46,191) 
Remainder of County 

Boone County 

Boone (pop. 11,866} 
Remainder of County 

Bremer County 

WaTorly (pop. 3,652) 
Remainder of County 

Buebanan County 

Independence (pop. 3,691) 
Remainder of County 

Buana Vlata County 

Storm Lake (pop. 4,157) 
Remainder of County 

Butler County 

Calhoun County 

Carroll County 

Carroll (pop. 4,691) 
Remainder of County 

Case Coiinty 

Atlantic (pop. S,S8S) 
Remainder of County 

Cedar County 

Cerro Gordo County 


13,650 


»30,687 


14,626 


8,717 


$6,221 


Delaware County 


113 


»153 


U7 


42 


»26 




78 
63 
131 


96 
93 
141 


9£ 
71 
14S 


14 
25 
43 


e 

14 
Z3 


Manchaetor (pop. 3,413) 
R«aseliider of County 

Dee Uolnee County 

Burlington (pop. 26.755) 
Remainder of County 

Dickinson County 


79 
144 


77 
341 


82 

154 


16 
76 


8 
65 




125 
1« 

66 

320 


317 
24 

137 

1.0S4 


134 
20 

69 

325 


75 

1 

32 
262 


65 

y 

16 
184 




36 
96 

91 


56 

83 

166 


37 
lli 

92 


14 
2t 

5E 


9 
14 

29 




49 
42 

56 

161 


96 

70 

108 
177 


51 
41 

6! 

162 


3J 

2: 
u 

X 


18 
11 

17 

23 


Dubuque (pop. 41,679) 
Remainder of County 

fimat County 

SrtherrtUe (pop. 4,940) 
Remainder of County 

Fayetto County 

Oelweln (pop. 7,794) 
Remainder of County 

Floyd County 

Charles City (pop. 8,039) 
Remainder of County 

Prenkll.; County 
Hampton (pop. 3,473) 
Ramainder of County 

Fremont County 

Greene County 

Jefferson (pop. 3,43l) 
Reminder of County 

Grundy County 

Guthrie County 

Hamilton County 

Webster City (pop. 7,024) 
Remainder of County 

Hancock County 

Hardin County 

Kldora (pop. 3,200) 
Iowa Fella (pop. 4,112) 
Ramainder of County 

Harrison County 

UlsBourl Valley (pop. 4,230) 
Remainder of County 

Henry County 

Uount Pleasant (pop. 3,743) 
Remainder of County 

Howard County 

Cresoo (pop. 3,069) 
Remainder of County 

Humboldt County 

Ida County 

Iowa County 

Jackson County 

Maquokota (pop. 3,595) 
Ramainder of County 

Jasper County 

Howton (pop. 11,560) 
Remelnder of County 

Jefferson County 

Fairfield (pop. 6,619) 
Ramainder of County 

Johnson County 

Iowa City (pop. 15,340) 
RanalDder of County 

Jones County 


234 

86 

63 


941 

113 

163 


238 
87 

68 


227 

25 

27 


172 
1£ 

17 




39 
24 

339 


115 
48 

276 


43 
25 

249 


22 

5 

101 


15 
£ 

41 




30 
41 
90 

3U 


44 

70 
63 

996 


30 
41 
91 

319 


12 

18 

8 

338 


8 
11 

4 

278 




41 
198 

139 


116 
160 

228 


4S 
206 

162 


47 
54 

56 


24 

17 

40 




47 
230 
34 

182 


89 
857 
50 

314 


46 
240 

33 

205 


32 
291 
15 

80 


18 

247 

7 

60 




38 
101 

60 


136 
92 

9S 


37 
125 

61 


40 
15 

25 


32 
8 

10 




75 
107 

78 


226 

68 

158 


76 
129 

83 


58 
22 

48 


47 
13 

29 




28 

32 

68 
141 


58 

36 

100 
183 


£9 
32 

70 

166 


22 

3 

20 
49 


9 

1 

10 
26 




30 
46 

193 


85 
73 

156 


28 

56 

239 


35 
13 

56 


22 

7 

33 




34 

107 

79 
84 
108 


88 
95 

13£ 

211 

165 


35 
131 

85 

85 

125 


31 
18 

27 

44 

42 


17 
9 

16 

is 

24 




21 
172 

193 


69 
87 

245 


20 
219 

274 


32 
24 

71 


22 

11 

47 




32 

161 

92 
99 

111 


98 
147 

152 

151 

236 


31 
243 

98 

102 

lU 


£8 

43 

37 
26 
55 


£8 

19 

17 
9 
33 




56 
t£ 

143 

151 


116 
49 

145 

231 


62 
63 

220 

157 


34 

8 

28 
53 


£1 
3 

15 

S5 




44 

67 

178 


U4 
122 

265 


45 
66 

196 


35 
30 

81 


20 
13 

44 




21 

37 
93 

100 


62 

70 
99 

183 


IP 
38 

100 

109 


17 
19 
17 

36 


9 
10 
6 

21 




47 
131 

93 

iaz 


142 
123 

152 

600 


53 
143 

93 

306 


48 

33 

32 
197 


27 

17 

15 
124 




22 

78 

82 


62 

131 

146 


24 

85 

87 


10 
26 

£1 


5 
16 

16 




S3 
49 

1S9 


99 
47 

172 


37 
SO 

155 


16 
5 

49 


14 
2 

26 


Clear LaJn (pop. 3,066) 
ItoBon City (pop. 23,30*) 
1 Ramaindnr of County 


19 
140 
144 

79 


51 
479 
70 

186 


20 
143 
143 

86 


16 
165 
16 


11 

109 

4 


1 Cherokee County 


43l 30l 


44 

95 

119 
86 
93 
92 


98 
74 

153 

86 

171 

177 


48 

107 

136 
91 
82 
94 


31 

18 

40 
11 
74 
60 


18 

8 

20 
5 
33 
30 




Cherokee (pop. 6,443) 
Remainder of County 

Chickasaw County 

Claire County 

Osceola (pop. 2,871) 
Bamalnder of County 

Clay County 

Spencer (pop, 5,019) 
Remainder of County 

Clayton County 

Clinton County 


43 
36 

80 

39 


134 
62 

143 

81 


48 

38 

84 
44 


SS 
10 

29 

21 


25 
5 

13 

10 




26 

13 

83 


57 
24 

238 


29 
15 

90 


18 

3 

47 


9 

1 

31 




31 

61 

12« 


84 
93 

301 


32 
62 

133 


21 
39 

95 


17 
13 

62 




53 
30 

173 

356 


176 
6£ 

162 

617 


57 
33 

188 

398 


38 

9 

41 
173 


29 

S 

22 

120 




62 
64 

69 


£10 
91 

SS6 


67 

66, 

70 


79 
16 

158 


53 
9 

109 




Clinton (pop. 28,726) 
Remainder of County 

Crawford County 


203 
153 

104 


499 

lie 

203 


201 
197 


140 

33 

47 


107 
13 

26 




5S 
12 

118 


327 
9 

386 


58 
12 

119 


167 

1 

U9 


109 
S/ 

86 




DanlBon (pop. 3,906) 
Remainder of County 

Dallaa County 


44 

60 

U5 


LBO 
83 

22T 


49 
64 

124 


27 
20 

42 


17 
9 




£2 

89 


563 

23 

134 


98 
21 

95 


115 

4 

33 


85 

1 

16 




Perry (pop. 5,881) 
Remainder of County 

DoTla Countf 

Deeatur County 


6S 

62 

SB 

6> 


126 
101 

63 

78 


62 
62 

S4 

67 


2« 

IS 

9 

16 


17 
12 

B 

8 




AasDOsa (pop. 3,579) 
R^bainder of County 

Esokuk County 

Ebssuth County 


18 
71 

90 

IIB 


49 

85 

155 
215 


18 
77 

98 
129 


11 
22 

27 

58 


7 
11 

15 

32 




1 


Alcona (pop. 3,985) 
Remainder of County 


35 
SS 


99 


34 

95 


33 
25 


18 
14 






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BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF IOWA , Continued i 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Numbe 

of 
stablis 


Receipts 

(Jdd 0001 


Active 

Pro- 
prietors 


Em. 
ployees- 


Total. 
Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


of 
establisti 


Receipt! 

(add 000) 


Active 
Pro- 
prietor! 


Em- 
ployees" 


Tola!, 
Pay RoU 

(add 000 




Lea County 

Fort Madlaon (pop. 13,779) 
Eaokuk (pop. 15,106) 
Remalncler of County 

Linn County 

Cedar Rapids {pop, 56,097) 
lHarlon (pop. 4,348) 
Bemalnder of County 

Lo\ilea County 

Lucas County 

Charlton (pop. 5,365] 
Remainder of County 

Lyon County 

Uadlflon County 

Wlntorsot (pop. 2,921) 
Remainder of County 

Uahaska County 

Oslcalooaa (pop. 10,123) 
Remainder of County 

Marlon County 

KnoiTllie (pop. 4,697) 
Fella (pop. 3,326) 
Rejoainder of County 

Marshall County 

MarehalltoTO (pop. 17,373) 
Remainder of County 

MlllB County 

Glenwood (pop. 4,269) 
Remainder of County 

Mitchell County 
Osage (pop. 2,964) 
Remainder of County 

Monona County 

Onawa (pop. 2,538) 
Remalntfer of County 

Monroe County 

Alhla (pop. 4,429) 
Remainder of County 

Montgomery County 
Red Oak (pop, 5,776) 
Remainder of County 

Muscatine County 

Muscatine (pop, 16,77B) 
Bemalnder of County 

0*Brlen County 

Sheldon (pop. 3,320) 
Bemalnder of County 

Osceola County 

Page Co'jnty 

Clarlnda (pop. 4,962) 
Shenandoah (pop. 6,502) 
Remainder of County 

Palo Alto County 

l&iiastsburg (pop. 2,869) 
Remainder of County 

Plymouth County 

Le Mare (pop. 4,788) 
Remainder of County 

Pocahontas County 


174 


1668 


174 


149 


»115 


Polk County 

Des lUilnee (pop. 142,559) 
Valley Junction (pop. 4,280) 
Renialnder of County 

Pottawattamie County 

Council Bluffs (pop. 42,048) 
Remainder of County 

Poweshiek County 

Grlnnoll (pop. 4,949) 
Bemalnder of County 

Ringgold County 

Sao County 

Sac City (pop. 2,854) 
Remainder of County 

Scott County 

Bettendorf (pop, 2,768) 
Davenport (pop. 60, 751 ) 
Remainder of County 

Shelby County 

Harlan (pop. 3,146) 
Remainder of County 

Sioux County 

Story County 

Ames (pop. 10,261) 
NeTada (pop. 3,133) 
Reminder of County 

Tama Cotinty 

Tame (pop. 2,626) 
Remainder of County 

Taylor County 

Union County 

Creston (pop. 8,615) 
Remainder of County 

Tan Buren County 

Wapello County 

Ottumwa (pop. 28,075) 
Remainder of County 

Warren County 

Indlanola (pop. 3,488) 
Remainder of County 

Washington County 

Washington (pop. 4,814) 
Remainder of County 

Wayne County 

Webster County 

Fort Dodge (pop. 21,895) 
Remainder of County 

Winnebago Coimty 

Winneshiek County 
Decorah (pop. 4,681) 
Remainder of County 

Woodbury County 

Sioux City (pop. 79,183) 
Remainder of County 

Worth County 

Wright County 
Clarion (pop. 2,578) 
Eagle Orove (pop. 4,071) 
Renfilndsr of County 


981 


♦4.225 


969 


1,312 


tl,181 




56 
96 
22 

519 


115 
508 
35 

1.668 


61 
93 
20 

519 


29 
110 
10 

502 


17 
92 
6 

420 


912 
17 
52 

299 


4,103 
38 
84 

749 


898 
20 
51 

311 


1,287 
8 
17 

184 


1,166 
5 
10 

142 




430 
31 
58 

57 

52 


1,495 
71 
102 

68 

75 


429 

31 
59 

64 

56 


468 

17 
17 

21 

19 


402 

n 

7 
10 

11 


193 
106 

79 


607 
142 

134 


194 
117 

81 


i57 
27 

39 


130 
12 

17 




30 
49 

56 


70 
64 

64 

130 


32 
49 

67 

85 


30 
9 

15 

31 


14 
3 

6 

17 




42 

10 

63 
81 


68 
7 

113 

118 


47 
9 

67 

85 


17 
2 

36 

51 


10 

1 

20 
26 




17 
66 

421 


32 
98 

1.708 


18 
67 

418 


12 
19 

500 


7 
10 

457 




41 
40 

82 


80 
38 

220 


44 

41 

93 


32 

19 

65 


20 
6 

49 




5 
, 385 

31 

76 


20 

1,646 

42 

124 


5 
382 
31 

76 


5 
476 
19 

23 


2 

447 
8 

18 




64 

18 

95 


193 
27 

143 


74 
19 

103 


64 

1 

39 


49 
25 




26 
50 

129 

183 


74 
50 

253 

717 


27 

51 

130 
190 


16 

7 

54 

302 


15 
3 

31 

187 




32 
30 
33 

188 


65 
45 
33 

379 


35 
32 
36 

189 


10 
17 
12 

102 


7 
10 
8 

78 




75 
32 
76 

174 


219 

376' 
122 

166 


77 
36 
77 

221 


64 

203 
35 

47 


42 

126 
19 

20 




127 

61 

52 


323 
56 

116 


126 
63 

52 


93 
9 

21 


74 

4 

12 




20 
32 

163 


47 
69 

131 


20 
32 

209 


12 
9 

11 


8 

4 

6 


22 

152 

80 
84 


23 
143 

108 

136 


21 
200 

82 

87 


6 
42 

19 

50 


3 
17 

6 

27 




19 
144 

80 


26 
105 

136 


21 

188 

83 


4 
7 

26 


2 
4 

16 




62 
22 

61 

197 


118 
18 

69 

559 


65 
22 

63 

224 


48 
2 

22 

138 


27 
2/ 

13 
98 




28 
52 

48 


56 
80 

76 


29 
54 

50 


14 
12 

25 


7 
9 

12 




37 

11 

81 


54 

22 

207 


37 
13 

86 


22 
3 

47 


10 
2 

29 


164 

33 

72 


503 
56 

117 


190 
34 

81 


133 
5 

22 


94 

4 

11 




43 

38 

158 


160 
57 

450 


47 
39 

179 


29 
18 

146 


21 
8 

88 


26 
46 

88 


68 
69 

216 


27 
54 

89 


7 

15 


5 
6 

40 




127 
31 

68 


377 
73 

146 


144 
35 

69 


139 
7 

34 


83 
5 

21 


38 
50 

66 

172 


154 
62 

117 

589 


39 

50 

68 

184 


48 
13 

25 

169 


33 
7 

14 

119 




20 
48 

48 

113 


68 
78 

87 

194 


20 
49 

49 

123 


17 
17 

25 

46 


11 
10 

12 

22 




131 
41 

99 
223 


466 
124 

136 
192 


139 
45 

110 

263 


153 
16 

40 

65 


114 
5 

25 
31 




37 
45 
31 

84 


74 
94 
26 

IIB 


47 
45 
31 

88 


19 
24 
3 

18 


8 
13 

1 

9 




32 
191 

539 


82 
110 

1.967 


36 
227 

536 


M 

31 

710 


Si 

10 

690 




24 

60 

114 


44 
68 

218 


25 

63 

123 


6 

12 

55 


4 
5 

32 




437 
102 

102 

140 


1,816 
141 

82 
228 


431 
105 

119 
152 


674 
36 

14 

3! 


574 
16 

7 
23 




45 
69 

76 


128 
90 

167 


50 

73 

74 


39 

16 

47 


23 
9 

29 




34 

49 
67 


76 
82 

70 


37 
54 

61 


16 
10 
7 


11 
7 
5 



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County and city 



TOTAL FOR STATE 

Allen County 

Humboldt (pop. 2,558) 
Iol8 {pop. 7,160) 
Ramalnder of Couoty 

Anderson County 

OttTOOtt (pop. 8,768) 
Romalnaer of County 

Atohiaon County 

Atehlaon (pop. 13,084) 
Ramalndar of County 

Barber County 

Barton County 

Great Bend (pop. 5,M8) 
HolBlngton (pop. 3,001) 
Remainder of County 

Bourbon County 

Tort Scott (pop. 10,763) 
Remainder of County 

Drown County 

Ulawatba (pop. 3,308) 
Horton (pop. ♦,049) 
Remainder of County 

Butler County 

Auguata (pop. 4,033) 
El Dorado (pop, 10,311) 
Remainder of County 

Chaae County 

Chautauqua County 

Cherokee County 

Baxter Springe (pop, 4,541) 
Columbua (pop. 3,835) 
Oalona (pop. 4,736) 
Remainder of County 

Cheyenne County 

Clark County 

Clay County 

Clay Center (pop. 4,386) 
Remainder of County 

Cloud County 

Conoordia (pop. 6,798) 
Remainder of County 



ComAQohe County 

Cowley County 

Arkanaaa City (pop. 13,946) 
Wlnfleld (pop. 9,398) 
Romelnder of County 

Crawford Qouoty 

Plttaburg (pop, 18,145) 
Remainder of County 

Deoatur County 

Dioltlnaon County 
Abilene (pop. 5,658] 
Barlpgton (pop. 4,519) 
Renalnder of County 

Doniphan County 

Douglas County 

Lawrenee (pop. 13,786) 
Rafflainder of County 

Sftirap4a County 

Elk County 

Ellia County 

Bayi (pop. 4,618) 
Reaalndar of County 

Xllaworth County 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF KANSAS 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2.500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 



\f^:;i^> 



Receipts 

(idd 0001 



Active 
Pro. 



♦19,784 



Total. 
Pay Roll 



*T 



County and city 



Finney County 

Garden City (pop, 6,l£l) 
Remainder of County 

Ford County 

Dodge City (pop. 10,069) 
Remainder of Co\inty 

rranklln County 

Ottawa (pop. 9,563) 
Remainder of County 

Geary County 

Junction City (pop. 7,407) 
RamaiMer of County 

Gore County 

Graham County 

Grant County 

Gray County 

Greeley County 

Greenwood County 
Eureka (pop. 3,698) 
Remainder of County 

Hamilton County 

Harper County 

Anthony (pop. 8,947) 
Remainder of County 

Harvey County 

Newton (pop. 11,034) 
Remainder of County 

Haafcell County 

Hodgeman County 

Jeokaon County 

Helton (pop. 8,705) 
Remainder of County 

Jefferson County 

Jewell County 

Johneon County 

Olatbe (pop. 3,656) 
Rafflnlsder of County 



lingraan County 
Kingman (pop. 8,758) 
Ramali^er of County 



Labetta County 

parsona (pop. 14,903) 
Remaiuler of County 



LeaTenworth County 

Leave miortli (pop. 17,466) 
Remaliular of County 

Ltnaoln Couniy 

Linn Gouniiy 



Lyon County 

asporla (pop. 14,067) 
HaiaaiftSer of County 

UcFheraon County 

UoFharaon (pop. 6, 147] 
Ramaindar of County 

Marion County 

Ifershall County 

IfaryarlUa (pop. 4, CIS) 
R«Dai nd ar of County 

cmplaycM inc|u^M bath tyll-timt *t4 



itabtith 
menu 



ReceiptB 

(add OOP) 



Pro- 
prieton 



j^ 



Tr = 



Total. 
P.y Roll 



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BUSINESS 








STATE OF KANSAS ! Continued l 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Numbe 




Adive 




TouJ.II 


Numbe 




Active 




Total. 


County and city 


of 
!stablis)i 


Receipt! 

(add 0001 


prieton 


Em. 
ployees* 


Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


ol 
establish 
ments 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Pro- 
prietors 


Em. 
ployees' 


Pay Roll 

(add 000 


Ueade County 


27 


$ 42 


28 


18 


t U 


RookB County 


33 


{ 47 


32 


13 


i 7 


UlEDii County 

Osawatomie (pop. 4,440) 


93 


171 


98 


43 


25 


Rtlflh County 


48 


87 


51 


16 


12 


23 


70 


22 


15 


U 


Peola (pop. 3,762) 


31 


69 


32 


17 


10 


Russell County 


40 


82 


39 


34 


24 


Remainder of County 


39 


32 


44 


11 


4 














Mitchell County 

Belolt {pop. 3,502) 


60 


111 


62 


46 


29 


Saline County 

Sallna (pop. 20,155) 
Remainder of County 


156 


494 


162 


175 


116 


137 
19 


480 
14 


143 
19 


173 
2 


115 

I 


29 


68 


SL 


30 


18 


Remaicder of County 


31 


43 


31 


16 


U 


























Scott County 


22 


40 


25 


8 


7 


Montgoneiy County 


287 


633 


8S6 


222 


14] 














Caney (pop. 2,794) 
Ctorryrale (pop. 4,251) 


13 
28 


29 

48 


13 
28 


9 
12 


4~ 
6 


Sedgwick County 

Wichita (pop. 111,110) 


717 


2,798 


727 


983 


767 


671 


2,701 


681 


971 


761 


Coffeyrllle (pop. 16,198) 


88 


250 


85 


88 


61 


Remainder of County 


46 


97 


46 


12 


6 


Independence (pop. 12,762) 


63 


214 


64 


85 


59 














Rsmalnder of County 

Morrle County 

Council Grove (pop. 2,898) 


95 
111 


92 
95 


106 
114 


28 
27 


11 
U 


Seward County 

Uberal (pop. 5,294) ' 
Remainder of County p 


35 


91 


37 


38 


21 


35 


91 


37 


38 


21 


30 


39 


30 


18 


7 


1 Remainder of County 


81 


56 


84 


9 


4 


Shawnee County 
Topetca (pop. 64,120) 


391 


1,222 


399 


490 


367 


353 


lll91 


356 


479 


363 


Morton County 


a 


34 


20 


9 


4 


Remainder of County 


38 


31 


43 


11 


4 


Nemaha County 


85 


160 


89 


48 


29 


Sheridan County 


15 


19 


16 


6 


3 


Meoflho County 

Chanute (pop. 10,277) 


81 


227 


92 


52 


35 


Sherman County 

Coodland (pop. 3,626) 


23 


52 


25 


15 


9 


46 


157 


52 


42 


27 


20 


50 


22 


15 


9 


Remainder of County 


35 


70 


40 


10 


8 


Ranalnder of County 


3 


2 


3 


2/ 


2/ 


NesB County 


34 


31 


36 


14 


5 


aalth County 


51 


96 


54 


24 


16 


Norton County 

Norton (pop. 2,767) 


54 


123 


67 


a 


20 


Stafford County 


53 


104 


54 


33 


20 


26 


90 


29 


26 


16 




Remainder of County 


28 


33 


28 


10 


4 


Stanton Cotmty 


9 


12 


9 


3 


2 


Oea^e County 


71 


108 


72 


28 


14 


Steyana County 


18 


35 


19 


11 


' 


Osborne County 


47 


79 


46 


20 


9 


Sumner County 

Wellington (pop. 7,405) 


113 


215 


118 


63 


40 


34 


86 


38 


30 


zi 


Ottawa County 


61 


64 


66 


14 5 


Raaalnder of County 


79 


129 


80 


33 


18 


Pawnee County 

Lamed (pop. 3,532) 


41 


95 


43 


33 21 


Thee County 


41 


80 


42 


23 


14 


23 


75 


24 


27 20 


Remainder of County 


18 


20 


19 


6 


1 


Trego County 


27 


38 


27 


10 


6 


Phillips County 


65 


95 


67 


26 


13 


Wabeuneee County 


48 


58 


49 


14 


6 


Pottawatomie Coimty 


139 


157 


149 


45 


25 


Wallace County 


7 


11 


7 


4 


2 


Pratt County 
Pratt (pop. 6.322) 


43 


106 


48 


31 


16 


Washington County 


76 


106 


83 


16 


8 


30 


95 


35 


30 


16 


Remainder of County 


13 


11 


13 


1 


s/ 


Wichita County 


13 


21 


13 


6 


4 


Rawlins County 


25 


51 


26 


13 


6 


Wllaon County 

Frodonla (pop. 3,446) 


77 


180 


82 


51 


28 


25 


79 


28 


21 


14 


Reno County 

Hutchinson (pop. 27,085) 


248 


751 


257 


250 


201 


Neodesha (pop. 3,38i; 
Ranalnder of County 


29 
23 


66 
35 


29 
25 


20 
10 


11 
3 


161 


594 


171 


221 


174 


Remainder of County 


87 


157 


86 


29 


27 


























Woodson County 


178 


128 


170 


78 


22 


Republic County 


55 


89 


60 


36 


14 


























^andotte County 

Kansas City (pop. 121,857) 
Remainder of County 


529 


1.251 


537 


360 


255 


Rice County 

Lyons (pop. 2,939) 


93 


235 


100 


94 


67 


503 

26 


1,212 
39 


513 
24 


354 
6 


261 
4 


28 


106 


31 


42 


41 


Remainder of County 


65 


129 


69 


52 


26 














Riley County 

Manhattan (pop, 10,136) 


138 


304 


138 


129 


64 














76 


236 


73 


112 


55 


Remainder of County 


62 


68 


65 


17 

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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF KENTUCKY 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

oi 
niablish 
menta 


Receipts 

(add 0001 


Active 

Pro. 
prietors 


En. 
ployees- 


Tot J. 
Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Activ- 

Pro- 

piietors 


Em- 
ployees* 


Total, 
Pay Roll 

(add 000 


TOTU. rCH STATS 

Adair County 

Allen County 

Anderson Cotinty 

Ballard County 

Barren County 

Glasgow (pop. 5,042) 
Remainder of County 

Bath County 

Bell County 

Mlddlesborou^ (pop. 10,350) 
Plnevllle (pop. 3,567) 
ReioQlndar of Coxinty 

Boone County 

Bourbon County 

Paris (pop. 6,204) 
Remainder of County 

Boyd County 

Ashland (pop. 29,074) 
Oatlettaburg (pop. 5,025) 
Remainder of County 

Boyle County 

DanTlllB (pop. 6,729) 
Remainder of County 

Bracken County 

Breathitt County 

Breckinridge County 

Bullitt County 

Butler County 

Caldwell County 

Princeton (pop. 4,764) 
Remainder of County 

Calloway County 
Murray (pop. 2,891) 
Remainder of County 

Cauqibell County 

Bslleime (pop. 8,497) 
Clifton (pop. 3,080) 
Dayton (pop. 9,071) 
Port Thomas (pop. 10,009) 
Newport (pop. 29,744) 
Remainder of County 

Carlisle County 

Carroll County 

Carter County 

Casey County 


9,264 


»20,879 


9,577 


7,387 


t4,825 


Estill County 

Irvine (pop. 3,640) 
Remainder of County 

Fayette County 

Lexington (pop. 45,736) 
Remainder of County 

Fleming County 

Floyd County 

Franklin County 

Frankfort (pop. 11,626) 
Remainder of County 

Fulton County 

Fulton (pop. 3,502) 
Remainder of County 

Gallatin County 

Garrard County 

Grant Cotinty 

Graves County 
Mayfleld (pop. 8,177) 
Remainder of Coiinty 

Grayson County 

Green County 

Greenup County 

Hancock County 

Hardin County 

Eliiabethtown (pop. 2,590) 
Remainder of County 

Harlan County 

Cumberland (pop. 2,639) 
Harlan (pop. 4,327) 
Remainder of County 

Harrison County 

Oynthlana (pop. 4,386) 
Remainder of County 

Hart County 

Henderson County 

Henderson (pop. 11,668) 
Remeinder of County 

Henry County 

Hickman County 

Hopkins County 

Earlington (pop. 3,309) 
MadisonvUle (pop. 6,908) 
Remainder of County 

Jackson County 

Jefferson County 

Louisville (pop. 307,745) 
Remainder of County 

Jessamine County 
NlcholasvlUe (pop. 3,128) 
Remainder of County 

Johnson County 

Kenton County 

Covington (pop. 65,252) 
ElBToare (pop. 2.917) 
Ludlow (pop. 6,485) 
Remainder of County 

Knott County 

Knox County 

Carbln (part) (pop. 1,735) 
Remainder of County 

Larue County 

Laurel County 


30 


»e3 


26 


40 


»20 


109 
39 
19 
45 
64 


66 
74 
34 

98 


115 
36 
20 
51 
68 


80 
28 

17 
32 
46 


14 
17 
9 
10 
23 


14 
16 

243 


37 
46 

1,184 


U 
15 

242 


14 
26 

438 


7 
13 

331 


235 
8 

89 

80 

63 


1,129 
55 

80 

75 

186 


233 

9 

100 
84 
67 


435 
3 

31 

22 

56 


330 

1 

8 
11 
42 


31 
33 

22 

81 


64 
34 

10 

204 


30 
38 

21 

76 


38 
8 

6 

97 


20 
3 

2 

52 


63 
61 


186 

115 


67 
61 


58 
47 


42 

28 


38 
15 
28 

28 

74 


143 
40 
21 

38 

150 


32 
15 
29 

29 

82 


63 
18 
16 

4 

75 


39 
10 
3 

1 

35 


32 
29 

13 

34 

37 
124 


80 
35 

36 

39 

65 

169 


30 
31 

14 

36 

39 

136 


33 

14 

7 
13 
15 
54 


ae 

5 

2 
6 
7 
35 


47 
27 

137 


124 
26 

440 


52 
30 

136 


43 
32 

124 


27 

8 

92 


42 

82 

64 
61 
60 
17 
117 


117 
52 

49 

40 

88 

18 

221 


90 
63 
70 
65 
17 
130 


42 

12 

16 
15 
22 
11 
86 


33 
2 

5 

6 

16 
5 

52 


114 
16 
7 

94 


383 
1 
124 


U2 
98 


109 
14 

1 

99 


82 
9 
I 

31 


35 
59 

44 

75 

74 

24 

53 

50 


100 
24 

64 

66 

78 

38 

28 

58 


32 
66 

45 

75 

78 

28 

56 

53 


52 

47 

15 
23 
37 
17 
c 
28 


26 
5 

6 

7 

10 
5 
3 

11 


29 

88 

100 


74 
147 

267 


34 
96 

94 


20 
66 

89 


IS 
40 

69 


22 
37 
41 

42 


24 

198 
45 

130 


23 

31 
40 

52 


15 
63 
11 

34 


8 
58 
3 

29 


38 
12 

67 


54 
4 

126 


41 

12 

75 


24 
4 

42 


11 
24 


28 
14 

31 

80 


111 
19 

37 

236 


35 

17 

30 
89 


23 

11 

6 

59 


22 

7 

2 
34 


38 
29 

300 


100 
26 

960 


44 

31 

312 


36 
6 

165 


22 
2 

132 


66 
14 

21 

15 
102 


227 

9 

61 
43 
229 


75 
14 

20 

18 

112 


59 

14 
22 

97 


34 

8 
8 
52 


32 
4 
34 

31 
177 
22 

50 

51 

37 

79 

167 


104 
5 
59 
79 

691 
22 

54 

64 

45 

67 

222 


35 
4 
33 
31 
186 
23 

52 

52 

41 

83 

185 


12 
1 
16 
25 
106 
5 

33 

26 

13 

68 

128 


13 

1 
13 

17 
85 
3 

16 

13 

5 

16 

55 


17 
35 
50 

26 

1,736 


20 
136 
73 

13 

6,868 


17 
38 
57 

32 

1,662 


5 
51 
41 

14 

2,429 


3 

35 
14 

1 

2,135 


1,687 
49 

35 


6,781 
87 

74 


1,611 
SI 

39 


2,396 
33 

22 


2,117 
18 

10 


HopklnsTllle (pop. 10,746) 
Remainder of County 


70 
97 

63 


148 
74 

177 


69 
116 

70 


81 

47 

48 


43 
12 

33 


24 
11 

93 

389 


66 
8 

96 

1,833 


26 
13 

94 

397 


20 
2 

21 

320 


9 

1 

12 

304 


Winchester (pop. 8,233) 
Remainder of County 

Clay County 
Clinton County 
Crittenden County 
Cumberland County 
Daviess County 


60 
3 

18 
35 
32 
30 
175 


174 
3 

16 
82 
48 
8 
366 


67 
3 

22 

33 

36 

28 

182 


46 

2 

8 
16 
21 

8 
145 


33 

Zj 

2 
4 

9 

1 

86 


338 
6 
22 
23 

7 

67 


1,745 
6 
34 
48 

8 

64 


344 

6 
23 
24 

7 

69 


306 

10 
4 

2 

44 


295 

6 
3 

24 


Owensboro (pop. 22,765) 
Remainder of County 

Sdmonson County 
Elliott County 


Ul 
64 

52 

54 


307 
59 

28 
21 


120 
62 

52 
58 


124 

21 

19 
26 


11 
5 

4 


6 

61 

25 
60 


7 
57 

53 

64 


6 
63 
26 
63 


1 
43 

8 

21 


1 
23 

3 

10 





















V 


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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 












CENSUS OF 






















BUSINESS 






STATE OF KENTUCKY Continued 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Number 




Active 




Total. 




Number 




Active 


Em- 
ployees" 


Total. 


County and city 


of 
istablish 


ReceipU 

(add 0001 


Pio. 
prietors 


ployecs" 


fay Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


ot 
establish 
ments 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Pro- 
prietors 


Pay Roll 

(add 000 


Lawrence County 


48 


♦54 


47 


23 


«o 


Oldham County 


30 


$44 


29 


11 


}6 


Lee County 


15 


15 


12 


13 


4 


Owen County 


30 


57 


32 


8 


4 


Leslie County 


35 


12 


35 


24 


5 


Owsley County 


15 


7 


15 


8 


1 


Letcher County 

Jenkins (pop. 8,465) 


129 


171 


135 


55 


31 


Pendleton County 


49 


58 


47 


17 


9 


29 


40 


30 


9 


8 


Heinfllnder of County 


100 


131 


105 


46 


23 


Perry County 

Hazard (pop. 7,021) 


105 


129 


107 


60 


29 


36 


80 


37 


25 


21 


Levis County 


26 


40 


28 


15 


6 


Remainder of County 


69 


49 


70 


35 


8 


Lincoln County 


47 


60 


51 


10 


5 


Pike County 

PikertUe (pop. 3,376) 


77 


119 


77 


42 


20 


27 


55 


26 


23 


14 


Livingston County 


27 


24 


26 


10 


5 


Remainder of County 


50 


64 


51 


19 


6 


Logan County 

RuasellTllls (pop. 3,297) 


44 


88 


49 


26 


12 


Powell County 


6 


4 


6 


2 


2/ 


23 


58 


25 


21 


10 


Remaiader of County 


21 


30 


24 


5 


2 


Pulaski County 

Somerset (pop. 5,506) 


128 


154 


138 


67 


30 


40 


103 


40 


42 


24 


Lyon County 


9 


11 


9 


7 


3 


Remainder of County 


88 


51 


98 


25 


6 


llcCracken County 

Paduoah (pop. 33,541) 


182 


481 


192 


206 


120 


Robertson County 


e 


9 


11 


-- 


-- 


155 


458 


162 


199 


119 


Remainder of County 


27 


23 


30 


7 


1 


Rockcastle County 


28 


20 


29 


17 


5 


McCreary County 


27 


32 


28 


15 


7 


Rowan County 


33 


65 


37 


35 


15 


KcLean County 


33 


42 


34 


9 


4 


Russell County 


91 


52 


92 


54 


9 


Madison County 

Rlcbmond (pop. 6,495) 


88 


199 


97 


72 


44 


Scott County 

Georgetown (pop. 4,229) 


38 


81 


40 


35 


16 


46 


137 


49 


61 


38 


28 


66 


28 


32 


15 


Remainder of County 


42 


62 


48 


U 


6 


Remainder of County 


10 


15 


12 


3 


1 


Lagoffln County 


43 


37 


44 


47 


6 


Shelby County 

Shelbyrilla (pop. 4,033) 


78 


155 


81 


59 


38 


32 


113 


34 


37 


33 


Marlon County 

Lebanon (pop. 3,248) 


40 


74 


42 


36 


16 


Remainder of County 


46 


42 


47 


22 


5 


20 


52 


21 


17 


10 


Remainder of County 


20 


22 


21 


19 


6 


Simpson County 

Franklin (pop. 3,056) 


46 


78 


49 


30 


12 


26 


69 


28 


27 


11 


Marshall County 


64 


57 


63 


14 


3 


Remainder of County 


20 


9 


21 


3 


1 


Martin County 


6 


4 


6 


4 


2/ 


Spencer County 


19 


32 


18 


14 


8 


Uason County 

MaysTllle (pop. 6,557) 


85 


211 


89 


59 


*5 


Taylor County 


34 


53 


34 


20 


9 


58 


188 


60 


56 


43 


Remainder of County 


27 


23 


29 


3 


2 


Todd County 


43 


57 


49 


13 


6 


Meade County 


36 


32 


38 


23 


6 


Trigg County 


46 


52 


53 


33 


8 


lilenlfee County 


18 


16 


18 


13 


1 


Trimble County 


35 


35 


36 


14 


7 


Kercer County 

Harrodsburg (pop. 4,029} 


87 


114 


108 


69 


21 


Union County 

Morganfleld (pop. 2,551) 


53 


71 


57 


23 


10 


42 


80 


47 


33 


12 


15 


23 


17 


9 


3 


Remainder of County 


45 


34 


61 


36 


9 


Remainder of County 


38 


48 


40 


14 


7 


!>!etcalfe County 


31 


22 


36 


16 


2 


■erren County 

Bowline; Green (pop. 12.348) 


149 


307 


157 


116 


68 


74 


247 


79 


83 


58 


Monroe County 


201 


79 


212 


16 


6 ; Remainder of County 


75 


60 


78 


33 


10 


Montgomery County 


38 


104 


45 


27 


, s£j) Hfashington County 


32 


56 


33 


12 


5 


Mount Sterling (pop. 4,350) 


33 


100 


40 


27 














Remalnaer of County 


5 


4 


5 




— 


*ayne County 


56 


43 


59 


35 


10 


:^rgan County 


85 


78 


87 


13 


1 


Webster County 

FroTldence (pop. 4,742) 


72 


123 


71 


36 


13 


29 


72 


32 


17 


7 


Muhlenberg County 

Central City (pop. 4,321) 


72 


111 


77 


56 


21 


Remainder of County 


43 


51 


39 


19 


6 


28 


53 


31 


25 


12 


Remainder of County 


44 


56 


46 


31 


9 


Whitley County 

Corbin (part) (pop. 6,301) 


S2 


132 


96 


63 


33 


33 


89 


42 


40 


25 


Nelson County 


46 


83 


50 


36 


14 


Remainder of County 


49 


43 


54 


23 


8 


Nicholas County 


28 


63 


31 


11 


6 


Wolfe County 


14 


7 


15 


1 


y 


Ohio County 


71 


78 


78 


28 


8 


Woodford County 


42 


72 


40 


30 


12 

J 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 193S 

STATE OF LOUISIANA 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 Ok MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

oi 
utablish 


Receipts 

(add 0001 


Active 
Pro- 
prietor* 


Em. 
ployees" 


Total. 
Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

of 
»tablish 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro^ 
prietors 


Em- 
ployees- 


Total. 
Pay Ron 

add 000 


TOTAL FOR STATE 

Acadia Pttlah 

Orowlay (pop. 7,656) 
Rayna (pop. 3,710) 
RamlBdar of Pariah 

Allan ParlEti 

Oalictals (pop. 3,ie8) 
Remalndor of Pari* 

Aflcenalon Pail ah 

DonaldBon-rtlla (pop. 3,788) 
Hanalader of Pariah 

AaeumpUoD Parish 

AToyellss ParlBh 

Baauregard Parleb 
De Rlddor (pop. 3,747) 
Marryrllla (pop. 2,626) 
Ramalnder of ParlBh 

BlonTlUe Pariah 

Boaaler Pariah 

BoSBlar City (pop. 4,003) 
Ranalndor of ParlBh 

Caddo Pariah 

Shrevoport (pop. 76,655) 
Ranalndar of Parish 

Calcasieu Pari* 

Do Qulnoy (pop. 3,589) 
Laka Charlao (pop. 15,791) 
R«Eialndor of Parish 

Oaldwoll ParlBh 

Cameron Pariah (Combined 
with Remainder of Vermilion 
Parish) 11 

Catahoula Parish 

Claiborne Parish 

HayneSTllle (pop. 2,541) 
Homer (pop. 2,909) 
Remainder of Parish 

Conoordla Pariah 

Ferrlday (pop. 2,502) 
Ranalndar of Pariah 

Da Soto Parish 

Manafleld (pop. 3,837) 
Remainder of Pariah 

Eaat Baton Rouge Parish 
Baton Rouge (pop. 30,729) 
Ramalnder of Parlab 

Eaat Carroll Pariah 

lake ProTldenoe (pop. 2,867) 
Remainder of Pariah 

Bast Feliciana Pariah 
Jaokson (pop. 3,966) 
Ramalnder of Parish 

Urangeline Pariah 

Franklin Pariah 

Grant Pariah 

Iberia Pariah 

New Iberia (pop. 8,003) 
Resalnlar of Pariah 

Iberrllla Pariah 

Plaquemlne (pop. 5,124) 
R«nalnder of Pariah 

Jaokaon Parish 

Jefferson Parleh 
Gretna (pop. 9,684) 
Westwego (pop. 3,987) 
Remainder of Pariah 

Jafferaon Day la Pariah 
Jenninga (pop. 4,036) 
Remainder of Pariah 


6,26£ 


♦21,539 


6,206 


10,407 


»7,901 


Lafayette Pariah 

Lafayette (pop. 14,635) 
Remainder of ParlBh 

Lafourche ParlBh 

Thlbodaul (pop. 4,442) 
Remainder of ParlBh 

La Salle Pariah 

Lincoln ParlBh 

Euaton (pop. 4,400) 
Remainder of Parish 

LlTlngaton ParlBh 

Madison Parish 

Tallulah (pop. 3,332) ~1 
Remainder of Parish _l 

Morehouse Parish 

Bastrop (pop. 5,121) 
Ramalnder of Parish 

Natchitoches Parish 

Natchitoches (pop. 4,547) 
ROTialnder of Parish 

Orleans ParlBh 

New Orleans (pop. 458,762) 

Ouachita Parleh 

Monroe (pop. 26,028) 
West Monroe (pop. 6,566) 
Remainder of Pariah 

Plaquemlnea Pariah 

Polnte Coupee Parish 

Rapides Pariah 

Alonandrla (pop. 23,025) 
Plnevllle (pop. 3,612) 
Ramalnder of Parish 

Red River Pariah 

Richland Parish 

Sabine Pariah 

St. Bernard Parisli 

St. Charles Parisl. 

St. Helena Parish 

St. James Parish 

St. John the Baptist Parish 

St. Landry ParlBh 
Eunice (pop. 3,597) 
Opelousas (pop. 6,299) 
Remainder of Pariah 

St. Martin Parish 

St. Mary Parish 

Franklin (pop. 3,271) 
Morgan City (pop. 5,986) 
Ramalnder of Parish 

St. Tammany Parish 

Covington (pop. 3,208) 
Slldell (pop. 2,807) 
Remainder of Parish 

Tangipahoa Parish 
Amite (pop. 2,536) 
Hammond (pop. 6,072) 
fOnohatoula (pop. 2,898) 
Remainder of Pariah 

Tenaas Parleh 

Terrebonne Pariah 


161 


t301 


155 


110 


»75 


133 


199 


142 


84 


3* 


81 
70 

101 


34 
144 


70 
102 


8 
62 


2 
2S 


50 
27 
56 

38 


130 
32 
37 

56 


52 
30 
60 

36 


56 
14 
14 

30 


26 

4 
4 

20 


34 
67 

37 

38 


63 
81 

37 

72 


32 

70 

38 
39 


38 
24 

5 

29 


12 
13 

2 

17 


21 

17 

76 


39 
17 

86 


21 
15 

75 


19 
11 

45 


14 
6 

13 


22 

16 

13 
22 


55 
17 

6 

39 


23 
16 

13 

22 


25 

4 

2 
18 


15 

2 

1 
9 


34 
42 

50 

63 

35 


58 
28 

47 

73 

82 


31 
44 

49 

64 

34 


26 
19 

14 

28 

25 


10 
3 

5 

10 

16 


22 
4£ 


39 
82 


22 
41 


18 
29 


9 

21 


29 
3 
3 

61 

33 


81 

1 

U 

72 

95 


28 
3 
3 

64 

36 


25 

32 
41 


16 

11 
24 


33 
9 

41 


76 
6 

76 


31 
10 

44 


28 
1 

54 


21 
1/ 
24 


32 
9 

2,413 


62 
14 

12.833 


36 
9 

2,339 


32 
22 

6.490 


17 
7 

5.511 


12 
21 

375 


31 
64 

2.126 


13 
23 

353 


13 
28 

844 


8 
16 

702 


2,413 
169 


12,833 
651 


2,339 
155 


6,490 
293 


5,511 

210 


331 
44 

159 


1,950 
176 

787 


311 
42 

169 


776 
68 

542 


653 
49 

306 


127 
28 
4 

6 

18 

168 


591 
49 
11 

23 
417 


121 
30 
4 

6 

18 

166 


243 

38 

12 

3 

9 

179 


188 
19 
3 

1 

5 

103 


9 
94 
56 

10 

18 
38 


20 
511 
256 

19 

23 
104 


10 
100 
59 

11 

17 
38 


5 
188 
349 

7 

12 
39 


3 
142 
161 

5 

5 
22 


116 
10 
32 

21 

36 

32 

17 

15 

4 

27 

22 

121 


373 
13 
31 

30 

43 

36 

25 

14 

3 

33 

27 

149 


lis 

10 
37 

22 

37 

32 

16 

15 

4 

25 

22 

128 


165 

6 
6 

8 

26 

IC 

9 

3 

8 

e 

72 


99 
2 
2 

2 

12 

7 

y 

6 
£ 
34 


15 
17 
6 

34 


64 
33 

42 


15 
17 
6 

35 


IB 

17 
4 

23 


9 
12 

1 

10 


24 
10 

59 


37 
5 

83 


25 

10 

59 


22 

1 

50 


10 

y 

17 


39 
20 

255 


60 
23 

706 


40 
19 

260 


25 
25 

332 


12 
5 

212 


33 
40 
48 

59 

69 


49 
73 
27 

68 

122 


36 

42 
50 

61 

71 


20 
38 
14 

10 

53 


11 
20 
3 

6 

32 


184 
71 

21 


553 
153 

40 


185 
75 

20 


262 
70 

19 


167 
45 

12 


21 
27 


40 
24 


20 
26 


19 
13 


12 
5 


22 
24 

23 

41 


46 
61 

15 

54 


22 
25 
24 

38 


15 
29 
9 

IE 


8 
20 
4 

8 


5 
22 

80 

43 

27 
95 


7 
17 

53 

66 

35 

164 


5 
21 

79 

39 

28 

98 


5 
8 

31 

42 

15 

60 


1 
4 

11 

20 

8 

33 


20 
13 
8 

94 


33 
18 
3 

144 


19 
12 

7 

96 


12 

5 
1 

68 


6 
2 

y 

31 


17 
23 

21 
33 

32 

81 


28 
67 
20 
39 

26 

207 


19 
23 
21 
33 

33 

80 


7 
36 

6 
19 

23 

72 


5 
16 
2 

8 

6 
50 


51 
44 

59 


U3 
51 

70 


53 
45 

57 


48 
12 

23 


28 
5 

11 


36 
23 

20 


52 

IB 

51 
102 


34 
23 

18 

98 


17 
6 

21 

15 


2 

17 
8 


58 
23 

25 


185 
22 

32 


56 
24 

25 


54 
18 

17 


47 
3 

6 


33 
U 
52 

90 


34 

15 
53 

160 


34 
\Z 
52 

92 


7 
3 
5 

85 


3 
2 

3 

37 


Remainder of ParlBh 
Union ParlBh 


34 

S6 


94 
66 


34 

58 


43 

42 


23 

14 


























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CENSUS OF 




















BUSINESS 








STATE OF LOUISLWA (Continued) 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Numke 

ci 
stabliil 


Rec<ipl> 
> 


Active 
Pro. 


Em- 
ployec»> 


Total. 
Pay RoO 


County and dly 


Number 

oi 
eAabUah 


Recaipla 


Actire 

Pio- 

prietor* 


Em. 
ployeet* 


Total, 
Pay Ron 




menti 


(add 000] 


pnAon 




add 000 




mcnla 


(add 000) 




(add 000 


VeiaHlon Parl«li 

UbeTlU* (pop. 4,39<) 


168 


♦153 


171 


87 


♦so 


Wabatar Pariah 

Ulndan (pop. 5,623) 


46 


t8S 


44 


43 


tzi 


46 


79 


48 


SS 


u 


27 


71 


25 


34 


19 


Hsnalndsr of Pariali 












Sanaindar of Pariah 


19 


12 


19 


9 


2 


(Iselndss CoMios Parish) 


U2 


74 


123 


54 


18 


























Waat Baton Scniga Pariah 


8 


16 


8 


8 


4 


7*nioa Pazlali 
LauTllle (pop. 3,291) 


35 


39 


SS 


» 


9 


■aat Carroll Pariah 


14 


26 


12 


11 


7 


24 


29 


24 


15 


8 


RanaiBdar of Pariah 


9 


6 


9 


5 


1 


























Vast Pallolana Pariah 


6 


4 


6 


3 


2/ 


ffaahio^on Pariah 

Bogaluaa (pop. 14,029) 
Beoalnder of Barish 


64 


107 


es 


42 


27 




31 


49 


29 


SO 


16 


SS 
9 


88 
19 


53 

10 


SS 

7 


29 

4 


Winn Pariah 

Wlnnfiald (pop. 3,721) 


25 


46 


23 


29 


16 














Raaaindar of Parleb 


6 


3 


6 


1 


2/ 


STATE OF MAINE 


TOTAL TOR aTATI 


3,561 


9,551 


3,583 


2,586 


t,112 


Oxford County 
Ronford Palla (pop. 8,726) 


150 


281 


156 


61 


44 












47 


132 


49 


30 


27 


Andxoaooggla County 
Anbum (pop. 18,571) 


304 


1.015 


297 


274 


232 


RflBalndar of County 


103 


149 


107 


31 


17 


70 


277 


65 


66 


76 


LawlstoB (pop. M,9«e) 
RoDalndar of County 


179 
55 


592 

146 


178 
54 


180 
28 


138 
18 


Pmobaoot County 

Bai«or (pop. 28.749) 


4SS 


1.167 


434 


309 


275 


202 


655 


204 


196 


195 














Brawar (pop. 6.329) 


24 


104 


22 


28 


SO 


Arooatook County 
Preaqua lala (pop. 4,662) 


361 


724 


375 


212 


132 


Old Tton (pop. 7,266) 
R^Mindar at County 


37 
170 


94 

314 


39 
169 


IS 
72 


10 
40 


53 


156 


51 


5« 


37 


Renal nder of County 


308 


568 


324 


156 


95 


























Plaoataqula County 


84 


176 


82 


29 


16 


CuEbarlmd County 
Brunawlclc {pop. 6,144) 
Portland (pop. 70,810) 


794 


2.919 


775 


845 


809 


Sagadahoe County 
Bath (pop. 9,110) 


81 


203 


82 


33 


25 


SS 

579 


86 
2,460 


37 
552 


11 
739 


6 

736 


53 


149 


51 


28 


23 


1 South Portlaol (pop. 13,840) 


S3 


83 


31 


16 


16 


Raaaindar of County 


28 


54 


31 


5 


2 


Waatbrook (pop. 10,807) 


43 


US 


47 


27 


20 














Baaalndar of County 


104 


175 


108 


52 


SI 


Sonaraat County 

UadlaOD (pop. 3,036) 


U6 


226 


US 


43 


29 


18 


33 


IS 


7 


4 


Franklin County 


62 


130 


68 


40 


22 


RoDalBdar of County 


98 


193 


95 


36 


25 


Hanoook County 

lUaworth (pop. 3,557) 


163 


567 


166 


124 


98 


Valdo County 

Balfaat (pop. 4,9«3) 


83 


247 


86 


127 


81 


25 


66 


24 


14 


14 


31 


81 


33 


19 


16 


Romalndar of County 


138 


301 


142 


UO 


84 


Ranaindor at County 


52 


166 


53 


108 


65 


Eannabae County 

Inguata (pop. 17,198) 


239 


678 


249 


187 


149 


laaOili^tDD County 
Oalala (pop. 5,470) 


133 


247 


140 


71 


44 


58 


188 


61 


53 


42 


IS 


45 


17 


6 


6 


Gardlnar (pop. 5,609) 


33 


U4 


S5 


26 


20 


laatpert (pop. 3,4«C) 


25 


SO 


26 


9 


6 


HalloweU (pop. 2,675) 


12 


17 


1£ 


6 


4 


RMialndor cf County 


93 


172 


98 


56 


SS 


Watarrllle (pop. 15,454) 


86 


212 


89 


65 


50 














Roaaindar of County 


50 


147 


52 


37 


33 


York County 

Biddeftrd (pop. 17,633) 


346 


747 


340 


125 


92 


100 


204 


100 


25 


16 


Enox County 
Rockland (pop. 9,075) 


145 


291 


149 


70 


«9 


Saoo (pop. 7,233) 
R^uindar of County 


20 
226 


91 
452 


20 
220 


U 
89 


7 
69 


64 


153 


64 


45 


36 


Baaalndar of County 


81 


158 


ee 


25 


IS 














Lincoln County 


67 


133 


71 


36 


15 


" 
















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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS. 1935 

STATE OF MARYLAND 

TAR! F 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
FOR COUNTIES. AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


KumEcT 

oi 
Mabliih 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Active 
Pi<y 


Em. 
ployeo" 


Total. 
Pay RoD 

add 000 


Number 

County «.d city ^/J,.,^ 

menu 


RecdpU 

(add 000) 


Active 
Pro- 
prietors 


Total. 
Em- p., Ron 
pToyees- 

(add 000 


TOTAL lOR 8IMX 


7,058 


♦22,743 


6,95S 


7,801 


(6,594 


Barford Oounty 

Harra da Oraca (pop. 3,985) 
Raialndar of County 

Howard County 

East County 

Cnaatartoan (pop. 2,809) 
Boalndar of County 

Montgomery Oounty 

Taltoma Park (part)(pop. 6,437) 
BaiBlnder of Oounty 

Prtnoe Oaorgea Oounty 
Hyattanile (pop. 4,2641 
Laurel (pop. 2,532) 
Mount Rainier (pop. 3,832) 
Takoao Park (part)(pop. 978) 
Roaalnder of County 

^een Annas Oounty 

St. Marya County 

Somaraet County 

Crlafleld (pop. 3,850) 
Reminder of county 

Talbot County 

Xaeton (pop. 4,092) 
Bonalnder of County 

Waahlngton County 

Bagoratoan (pop. 30,861) 
Remainder of County 

Wicomico Oounty 

Saliabury (pop. 10,997) 
Benalnder of County 

loroeater County 

Pocomoke City (pop. 2,609) 
Bamalndar of Oounty 


69 


tl79 


71 


63 


$36 


22 

47 

21 

80 


■ 61 
118 

90 

107 


22 
49 

21 

83 


9 
54 

27 

26 


7 
29 

21 

13 


Allegany County 

OuBiarlend (pop. 37,747) 
rrostburg (pop. 5,888) 
Woatsniport (pop. 3,440) 
B^ladar of County 

Anno Arundol County 
Anuapolla (pop. 12,S31) 
Bwalndor of County 

BaltlBOTO Oounty 

Baltlwn (City) (pop. 804,874) 

CalTort county 

Caroline Oounty 

OanoU County 

Waatmlnatar (pop. 4,463) 
B«Baind«r of County 

Caeil County 

Zlkton (pop. 3,331) 
B«malndar of County 

Gbarlaa County 

Dorohsatar Oounty 

Oanbrldga (pop. 8,544) 
Bflnainder of Oounty 

Tradarlolc County 

Brunawlok (pop. 3,671) 
rradarlolc (pop. 14,434) 
Reaalndar of County 

Oarratt county 


292 


703 


302 


231 


167 


216 
34 

10 
33 

131 


386 
54 
13 
SO 

318 


222 
36 
10 
34 

132 


201 
12 
4 
14 

110 


181 
7 
2 
7 

78 


23 

67 

79 


43 
64 

389 


24 

89 

81 


16 

10 

114 


8 

5 

86 


69 
62 

206 

4,829 

25 

66 

106 


203 
115 

400 

17,197 

26 

89 

270 


69 
63 

201 

4,679 

25 

68 

106 


64 
46 

121 

6,oq9 

13 
44 

79 


52 
26 

85 

5,416 

4 

16 

47 


8 
71 

109 


42 

347 

373 


7 
74 

104 


16 

98 

107 


16 
70 

87 


24 
14 
16 

55 

34 

67 

73 


187 
62 
30 

104 
59 
99 

184 


26 
14 
16 

50 

34 

69 

83 


43 

17 
7 

40 

15 

61 

48 


46 

U 

4 

26 

a 

23 
27 


29 

77 

70 


73 
197 

202 


31 
75 

72 


22 

57 

55 


16 
31 

36 


22 
46 

31 

80 


76 

126 

45 

195 


23 

49 

31 
81 


2S 

30 

IB 
70 


21 
15 

8 

40 


35 
38 

52 


103 
81 

139 


41 
42 

55 


41 
7 

39 


24 

3 

27 


19 
33 

287 


74 
65 

742 


20 
35 

288 


23 

16 

236 


16 

11 

166 


54 
26 

172 


167 
28 

454 


55 
26 

184 


58 
12 

13S 


34 
6 

84 


197 

90 

96 


527 
215 

285 


192 
96 

102 


136 
50 

126 


140 
25 

80 


18 
92 
62 

27 


41 
304 
109 

61 


20 

95 
69 

27 


9 
89 
37 

13 


5 

66 
13 

7 


33 
57 


231 
54 

167 


68 
34 

59 


86 
40 

51 


71 
9 

33 


19 
38 


65 
102 


21 

38 


17 
34 


U 

22 










STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS 




TOIAl FOR SIAIE 

Banatabla County 

Bainatabla (pop. 7,271) 
PioTlnoetoan (pop. 3,808) 
Bamainder of County 

Barlcahlra County 
jLdana (pop. 12,697) 
Dalton (pop. 4,220) 
Oraat Barrlngton (pop. 5,934) 
Lea (pop. 4,061) 
North Adama (pop. 21,621) 
Plttafleld (pop. 49,677) 
Raoalnder of County 

Brlatol County 

Attlekoro (pop. 21,769) 
Dartaoutli (pop. 8,778) 
TairhaTan (pop. 10,951) 
Fall BlTar (pop. U5,274) 
Ibnafiald (pop. 6,364) 
Haa Bedford (pop. 112,597) 
Borth Attleboro (pop. 10,197) 
SoMraat (pop. 5,398) 
Taunta (pop. 37,355) 
Raudndar of County 

takaa County 

taaaz County 
Amaabnry (pop. 11,899) 
AndoTax (pop. 9,969) 
Bararly (pop. 25,086) 
Danrari (pop. 12,967) 
Olouoaatar (pop. 24,204) 
HararhlU (pop. 48,710) 
Ipaaloll (pop. 6,599) 


21,878 


$77,081 


21,747 


22,009 


$20,461 


Eaaex County (continued) 
Lawrence (pop. 86,068) 
Lynn (pop. 102,320) 
Marblebead (pop. 8,668) 
Methuan (pop. 21,069) 
Newburyport (pop. 15,084) 
North AndoTar (pop. 6,961) 
Peabody (pop. 21,345) 
Rockport (pop. 3,630) 
Salam (pop. 43,353) 
SaugUB (pop. 14,700) 
Swaiqisoott (pop. 10,346) 
aamalnder of county 

Franklin County 

Greenfield (pop. 15,500) 
Montague (pop. 9,081) 
Orange (pop. 5,365) 
Remainder of County 

Hampdan county 

Chlcopee (pop. 43,930) 
Holyoke (pop. 56,537) 
Longmeadow (pop. 4,437) 
Ludlow (pop. 8,876) 
Palmer (pop. 9,577) 
Springfield (pop. 149,900) 
feat field (pop. 19,775) 
»eat Springfield (pop. 16,684) 
Remainder of County 


500 

679 
54 
50 
90 
22 
88 
34 

273 
35 
26 

123 

189 


$1,452 
1,966 
135 
124 
213 
36 
169 
38 
1,021 
62 
67 
220 

515 


511 

669 
57 
52 
96 
21 
85 
35 

282 
36 
25 

122 

189 


423 
566 
38 
34 
54 
11 
44 
11 
251 
9 
22 
64 

142 


$304 
470 
31 
18 
37 
6 
40 
9 
246 
6 
16 
52 

lOS 


122 


450 


120 


109 


95 


30 
23 
69 

540 


100 
48 
302 

1,446 


32 
SI 
67 

555 


34 

12 
63 

358 


27 
7 
61 

287 


56 
14 
33 
20 
119 
228 
70 

1,826 


129 
38 
142 
31 
327 
601 
177 

4,726 


60 
13 
33 
19 
124 
239 
67 

1.835 


27 
6 

2S 
6 

82 
130 

82 

1,250 


16 

4 
29 

5 
61 
112 
60 

910 


87 
31 
26 
45 

1,629 


283 
55 
73 

104 

6,837 


88 
31 
25 
45 

1,685 


85 
12 
22 

23 

1.630 


69 

8 

■ 11 

14 

1.614 


82 
17 
21 

688 
28 

705 
60 
14 

159 
62 

36 

2,694 


177 
26 
41 
1,768 
51 
1,934 

106 
40 

466 

U7 

99 
7,315 


85 
17 
23 

703 
28 

694 
50 
IS 

156 
64 

36 

2,715 


55 
30 
13 

469 
4 

500 
18 
11 

122 
28 

25 

1,986 


33 
7 
8 
349 
7 
383 

14 
8 

85 

19 

23 
1,600 


134 
268 
13 
21 
36 
943 
90 
62 
62 

283 


266 
770 
14 
39 
97 
3,847 
220 
181 
103 

821 


135 
263 
13 
22 
36 
895 
93 
64 
65 

284 


57 
214 

5 
7 
17 
1,191 
59 
50 
30 

199 


34 

167 
2 
3 
19 
1,191 
39 
39 
20 

166 


48 
24 
131 
46 

143 
30£ 
26 


98 
57 
336 
142 

389 
753 
38 


48 

23 
132 

47 
146 
299 

29 


19 
14 
74 
34 

85 

230 

3 


17 
13 
56 
24 

72 

180 

3 


Amherst (pop. 5,888) 
Saathampton (pop. 11,323) 
Northampton (pop. 24,381) 
South Hadley (pop. 6,773) 
fcra (pop. 7,385) 
Renalnder of County 


34 

38 
101 
24 

41 

45 


90 
70 
419 
62 

99 
81 


29 

38 
102 
24 
43 
48 


20 
14 
107 
22 
17 
19 


17 
9 

90 

20 
9 

11 



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BUSINESS 



Vol. 11 - Page 81 



SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS (Continued) 



TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 



County and city 



Receipts 

laJd OOP) 



Total. 
Pay RoU 



County and city 



establish 
ments 



Receipts 

(add OOP) 



Middlesex County 

Arlloeton (pop. 36,094) 
Ayer (pop. 3,060) 
BeljBOnt (pop. 21,748) 
Cambridge (pop. 113,643) 
OODOord (pop. 7,477) 
Dracut (pop, 6,912) 
Everett (pop. 48,424) 
Fremlngbaii (pop. 22,210) 
Hudaon (pop. 8,4«9) 
Lexington (pop. 9,467) 
Lowell (pop. 100,234) 
Ualden (pop. 58,036) 
Uarlborougb (pop. 15,587) 
Uaynard (pop, 7,156) 
HedTord (pop. 59,714) 
Uelroee (pop. 23,170) 
Natick (pop. 13,589) 
Neirton (pop. 65,276) 
Reading (pop. 9,767) 
SomomUe (pop. 103,908) 
StonebejD (pop. 10,060) 
Wakefield (pop. 16,318) 
laltbam (pop. 39,247) 
Watertonn (pop. 34,913) 
Winchester (pop. 12,719) 
Wobum (pop. 19,434} 
Reiaalnder of County 

Nantucket County 

Nantucket (pop. 3,678) 
RanBlnder of County 

Norfolk County 

Bralntree (pop. 15,712) 
Brookllne (pop. 47,490) 
Canton (pop. 5,816) 
Dedham (pop. 15,136) 
Franklin (pop. 7,028) 
Hilton (pop. 16,434) 
Naedbam (pop, 10,845) 
NorsiDod (pop. 15,049) 
Quincy (pop. 71,983) 
Randolph (pop. 6,553) 
Stoughton (pop. 8,204) 



tl2,533 



t2,825 



104 
1,555 
1,023 



Norfolk County (oontinued) 
Walpole (pop. 7,27S) 
WeUeiley (pop. 11,439) 
Weynouth (pop. 20,882) 
Ronalndar of County 

Plymouth County 
Abington (pop. 5,872) 
Bridgevater (pop. 9,055) 
Brockton (pop. 63,797) 
Hlnehwm (pop. 6,657] 
Ulddleborough (pop. 6,608) 
Plymouth (pop. 13,042) 
Rockland (pop. 7,524} 
Vhitman (pop. 7,638) 
BeuBlndar of County 

Suffolk CoTinty 

BOdton (pop. 781,188) 
Chelsea (pop, 45,816} 
Reyere (pop. 35,680} 
wmthrop (pop. 16,852) 
Remeluder of County 

Worcester County 
Athol (pop. 10,677} 
Auburn (pop. 6,147} 
Blackstcne (pop. 4,674) 
Clinton (pop. 12,817) 
Dudley (pop. 4,265} 
Fltehburg (pop. 40,692) 
Gardner (pop. 19,399) 
Leominster (pop. 21,610) 
Uilford (pop. 14.74J} 
laibury (pop. 6,957} 
Northbridge (pop. 9,713) 
3outhbridge (pop. 14,264) 
Spencer (pop. 6,272) 
Uxbridge (pop. 6,285} 
Webster (pop. 12,99£) 
Winchendon (pop. 6,202) 
Worcester (pop. 195,311) 
Hopedale (pop. 2,973) ~1 
Remainder of County J 



6.320 
5,859 



9.656 LP. 166 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF MICHIGAN 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2.500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and dty 


Number 

of 
stlabliih 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 
prieton 


Em 
ployMs- 


ToliJ. 
P.y RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

of 
e*UblUh- 
ments 


RcceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 
Pro. 


Em 
ployea- 


Total. 
Pay RoO 

(add 000 


Tcmu, roe TSAas 

Alooiia Oounty 

Alg*r County 

Manlalng (pop. 3,956) ~l 
Banal ndttr of County J 

JUlttgan County 

AUsgaa [pop. 3,941} 
Otssgo (pop. 9,S45) 
BmI ndw of Coxmty 

MpcBA County 

Alp«na (pop. IS, 166) 
Ranaindar of County 

Antrim County 

ArvDAO County 

Bftr«ga County 

Barry County 

Hn»ting8 (pop. 5,227) 
Sanaladar of County 

Bay County 

Bay City (pop. 47,355) 
Rooialndsr of County 

Banzla County 

Barrlan County 

Benton Hnrbor (pop. 15,434) 
Buchanan (pop. 3,922) 
Nilea (pop. U,386) 
St. Joaapii (pop, 8.349) 
Remainder of County 

Branoh County 

Ooldwater (pop. 6,735) 
Benalnder of County 

Calhoun County 

Albion (pop. 8,384) 
Battle Craek (pop. 43,573) 
Uarshell (pop. 5,019) 
Remainder of County 

Case County 

Dowagiao (pop. 5,550) 
Remainder of County 

CharleTolx County 

Boyne City (pop. 2,650) 
Remainder of Coxinty 

Cheboygan County 

Cheboygan (pop. 4,923) 
Remainder of County 

Chippewa County 

Sault 3te. Marie (pop. 13,755) 
Renaiader of County 

Clare County 

Clinton County 

St. Johne (pop. 3,929) 
Remainder of County 

Crawford County 

Delta County 

Eeeanaba (pop. 14,524) 
Gladstone (pop. 5,170) 
Remainder of County 

Dlcltinson County 

Iron Mountain (pop. 11,652) 
Eingeford (pop. 5,526) 
Norway (pop. 4,016) 
Remainder of Oounty 

Baton County 

Charlotte (pop. 5,307) 
Eaton Rapids (pop. 2, 822] 
Orand Ledge (pop. 3,572) 
Remainder of Conn^ 

finmet County 

Petofllcey (pop. 5,740) 
Remainder of County 


BO, 278 


*71,BeE 


20,325 


22,019 


♦l9,552 


Q«iwaae Coonty 

PoDton (pop. 3,171) 
Flint (pop. 156,492) 
Remain d»r of County 

Gladwin County 

Gogebic County 

BesBemer (pop. 4,035) 
Ironwood (pop. 14,299) 
Waiiofleld (pop. 3,677) 
Remainder of County 

Grand TraTerse County 

TraTOrae City (pop. 12,539) 
Remslnder of County 

Gratiot Coun^ 
Alna (pop. 6,734) 
Renyalnler of County 

Hinsdale County 

BlUsdale (pop. 5,896) 
Remain der of County 

Houghton County 

Hancock (pop. 5,795) 
Houghton (pop. 3,757) 
Lsurlum (pop. 4,916) 
Ranalndar of County 

Huron County 

Ingbam County 
East Lansing (pop. 4,389) 
Lansing (pop. 78,397) 
Mason (pop. 2,575) 
Ramalndar of County 

Ionia County 

Balding (pop. 4,140) 
Ionia (pop. 6,562) 
Remainder of County 

loaoo Coxiaty 

Iron County 

Crystal FalU (pop. 2,995) 
Iron RlT»r (pop. 4,665) 
Remainder of County 

Isabella County 
Uount Pleasant (pop. 5,211) 
ReoBlnd.r of County 

Jaokaon County 
Jackson (pop. 55,187) 
Remainder of County 

Kalamazoo County 

Kalamazoo (pop. 54,786) 
Reminder of County 

Ealkaska County 

Kent County 

Grand Baplds <pop. 168,592) 
last Qrand Baplds (pop. 4,0»4)"1 
Remainder of County J 

Ejawsenaw County 

lake County 

Lapeer County 

Lapeer [pop. 5,008) 
Remainder of County 

Leelanau County 

Lananee County 

Adrian (pop. 13,064) 
Rimalnder of County 

LiTlngston County 
HoweU (pop. 5,615) 
Rsgaalndar of County 

Luc. County 

UaoklnAo County 

Uaeomb County 

II«lt«rllne (pop. t,604l 


672 


t2,51S 


683 


840 


t595 


10 

14 


15 
24 


10 
16 


3 
3 


2 

1 


17 
580 
75 

24 

99 


36 

2,302 

177 

39 

277 


17 
589 
77 

25 

103 


8 

797 
35 

11 

71 


3 
574 
IB 

7 

53 


U 

130 


24 

228 


16 

131 


3 
54 


1 
27 


11 
69 
13 
6 

72 


57 
200 

14 
6 

223 


IS 
70 

14 
6 

78 


7 
59 
2 
3 

72 


7 
44 

1 
1 

51 


27 
23 

80 

72 


58 
44 
126 

160 


28 

25 
78 

73 


13 

4 
37 

40 


9 
3 
15 

29 


67 
5 

29 

16 
21 
60 


157 
3 

40 

14 
34 

150 


67 
6 

31 

17 

25 

62 


39 

1 

7 
2 
18 
34 


28 

1 

3 

1 

7 

23 


67 
5 

123 


218 
5 

255 


73 
5 

128 


72 

68 


51 
50 


36 
87 

161 


134 
121 

275 


S7 

91 

172 


31 
37 

86 


30 
20 

47 


34 

127 

165 


103 
172 

308 


34 

138 

159 


33 

53 

72 


81 
26 

36 


30 
30 

275 


94 
56 

'72 


31 
31 

273 


20 

14 

198 


14 
9 

148 


30 
23 
24 
88 

149 

455 


69 
65 
30 
144 

291 

1.808 


30 
23 
24 

82 

149 

457 


12 
19 
U 
30 

89 

527 


9 
6 

16 

49 
500 


238 

37 

27 
298 


718 
54 

55 

819 


337 
36 

28 

316 


188 
10 

17 

246 


142 
6 

10 

15* 


103 
17 
55 
46 
77 

114 


361 
33 
129 
164 
132 

251 


105 
18 
59 
54 

80 

122 


137 
7 
37 
40 
25 

62 


85 
5 
21 
26 
17 

35 


13 
355 

17 
70 

165 


62 
1,543 

55 
148 

897 


11 
353 
19 
74 

174 


23 
478 
11 
21 

88 


21 
499 

8 
12 

41 


26 
42 

97 

30 
72 


46 

100 
151 

55 

117 


25 
45 
104 

30 
74 


14 
35 
39 

21 
51 


7 
18 
16 

10 

29 


61 
5S 

371 


146 
105 

1,180 


63 

59 

372 


39 
23 

339 


24 

U 

256 


37 
8S5 
38 

41 

63 


116 
885 
66 
113 

135 


38 
252 
37 
45 

65 


30 
284 
12 
13 

30 


17 

283 

S 

8 

18 


15 
27 
30 

61 


35 
43 
39 

251 


16 
27 
31 

65 


S 
20 
88 

56 


3 
9 
13 

55 


31 
32 

40 


77 
58 

92 


31 
34 

41 


23 

7 

26 


14 

4 

17 


43 
18 

378 


820 
31 

1,091 


45 
20 

387 


63 

S 

336 


54 

1 

285 


13 

27 

37 


25 

67 

7S 


14 
27 

39 


8 
18 

20 


3 

14 

16 


291 
87 

343 


933 
158 

1,209 


290 
97 

346 


296 

40 

S42 


260 
25 

308 


26 

U 

142 


55 
18 

225 


26 
13 

143 


14 
6 

73 


12 

4 

45 


280 
63 

5 

1.102 


1,106 
lOS 

10 

3.623 


276 
70 

4 

l.UO 


321 
21 

4 

1.236 


295 

IS 

2 

1.001 


66 
76 

2S 

80 


181 
44 

56 

150 


es 

78 
29 
86 


46 
27 

16 

30 


34 
10 

7 

19 


918 
184 

8 
63 


3,302 
321 

4 
16 
166 


917 
193 

6 
8 
67 


1,147 
89 

1 
7 
35 


950 

51 

%I 
4 
24 


27 
S3 

'80 

106 


64 
8« 

37 

223 


27 
59 

80 

101 


15 
15 

9 

46 


12 

7 

4 
41 


74 
21 
11 

84 


180 
33 
10 

179 


6tl 
21 

11 

83 


41 
3 
2 

44 


37 
2 
2 

27 


22 

41 

22 

209 


87 
79 

45 

505 


2S 
44 

25 

231 


81 

14 

9 
114 


16 
8 

3 

77 


52 
6 
16 
10 

143 


147 
4 
15 
13 

244 


52 
6 

16 
9 

149 


S9 

2 
3 

77 


25 

3/" 
2 

34 


87 
122 

90 


287 
218 

129 


95 
136 

53 


60 
54 

29 


16 

31 

17 


25 
25 

13 

23 

269 


76 
64 

21 

35 

752 


27 
26 

13 

23 

281 


19 
10 

7 

10 

196 


12 
9 

4 

6 

194 


46 

16 
29 
54 

SS 


78 
52 
52 
62 

234 


45 
21 
26 

57 

64 


28 
9 

11 
29 

52 


13 

5 
6 

10 

41 


S3 

SO 


205 
29 


S3 
21 


45 

7 


1 


12 


21 


12 


5 


4 






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CENSUS OF 






















BUSINESS 








STATE OF MICHIGAN (Continued 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Number 




Active 




Total. 




Number 




Active 




Total, 


County and city 


ol 
slablish 


ReceipU 


Pto- 


Em 
ployees" 


Pay Roll 


County and city 


ol 
establish 


ReceipU 


Pro. 


Em 
ployees* 


Pay RoU 






(add 000) 


prieton 




add 000 




ments 


(add 000) 


prietora 




(add 000 


Macomb Covmty (Continued) 
East Detroit (pop. 5,955) 


22 


»65 


24 


18 


»16 


Ottawa County 

Grand Hayen (pop. 8,345) 


248 


*521 


267 


147 


»97 


44 


120 


51 


30 


IB 


Mount Clamena (pop. 13,497) 


100 


346 


106 


104 


35 


Holland (pop. 14,346) 


66 


195 


62 


69 


56 


RoseTlllo (pop. 6,836) 


16 


33 


17 


8 


6 


Zealand (pop. 2,850) 


31 


63 


35 


12 


6 


St. Clair Sioreo (pop. 6,745) 


14 


24 


14 


6 


3 


Remainder of County 


107 


143 


U9 


36 


17 


Remainder of County 


105 


263 


108 


55 


40 














Manlatee County 

Manlatee (pop. 8,078) 


89 


148 


90 


32 


17 


Preaque Isle County 

Rogers City (pop. 3,278) 
Remainder of County 


27 


33 


30 


6 


4 


14 
13 


21 
12 


17 
13 


6 


4 


58 


127 


60 


27 


14 


Remainder of County 


31 


21 


30 


5 


3 


























Roscommon County 


12 


U 


14 


1 


2/ 


Marquette County 

Ishpemlng (pop. 9,238) 
Marquette (pop. 14,789) 


115 


232 


116 


37 


46 


Saginaw County 

Saginaw (pop. 30,715) 


519 


1.592 


510 


394 


351 


32 
56 


69 
178 


34 
55 


11 

65 


7 
35 


406 


1,417 


402 


352 


326 


Negaunee (pop. 6,552) 


17 


24 


17 


5 


3 


Remainder of County 


113 


175 


108 


42 


25 


Remainder of County 


10 


11 


10 


6 


1 














Maaoa County 

Ludlngton (pop. 8,398) 


68 


163 


72 


39 


24 


St. Clair County 
Marino City (pop. 3,462) 
Port Huron (pop, 31,361) 


301 


375 


307 


216 


187 


28 
186 


48 
674 


27 
136 


13 
163 


5 

160 


47 


121 


49 


30 


18 


Remainder of County 


21 


42 


23 


9 


6 


St. Clair (pop. 3,389) 


15 


40 


17 


9 


5 














Remainder of County 


72 


113 


77 


31 


17 


Uecoata County 

Big Raplda (pop. 4,671) 
Remainder of County 


47 


90 


40 


29 


17 


St. Joseph County 

Sturgla (pop. 6,950) 


143 


296 


146 


73 


40 


32 
15 


67 
23 


25 
15 


26 
3 


16 

1 


44 


121 


44 


33 


20 














Three Rivera (pop. 6,863) 


40 


82 


41 


25 


13 


Menominee County 

Menominee (pop. 10,320) 


72 


150 


77 


40 


24 


Ranaloder of County 


59 


93 


61 


15 


7 


56 


129 


61 


39 


23 


Remainder of County 


16 


21 


16 


1 


1 


Sanilac County 


116 


189 


123 


56 


22 


Midland County 

Midland (pop. 8,038) 


50 


171 


54 


38 


31 


Schoolcraft County 
Manlstlque (pop. 5,193) 


23 


48 


23 


17 


10 


44 


161 


47 


S3 


29 


23 


48 


23 


17 


10 


Remainder of County 


6 


10 


7 


5 


2 


Renfilnder of County 


— 


— 


- 


— 


" 


Mlsaaukee County 


31 


28 


31 


8 


4 


Shlawaaeee County 
Durand (pop, 3,081) 


204 


426 


220 


109 


85 


18 


40 


18 


8 


6 


Monroe County 
Monroe (pop. 18, UO) 


143 


402 


145 


114 


82 


Owoeao (pop. 14,496) 
Remainder of County 


60 
126 


215 

171 


66 
136 


54 
47 


59 
20 


96 


319 


99 


Si 


71 


Remainder of County 


45 


83 


46 


25 


11 














MontcBlja County 

GreenTllla (pop. 4,730) 


137 


217 


141 


71 


30 


TuBcola County 
CuTO (pop. 2,554) 
ReuBlnder of County 


145 


287 


157 


76 


48 


27 
118 


72 
215 


27 
130 


21 
55 


30 


37 


68 


34 


28 


13 


Remainder of County 


100 


149 


102 


43 


17 














Montmorency County 


4 


4 


4 


„ 


.. 


Van Buren County 

South Haven (pop. 4,804) 


139 


398 


145 


141 


30 


33 


228 


33 


106 


63 














Remainder of County 


106 


170 


112 


35 


17 


Muekegon County 

Muakegon (pop. 41,390) 
Muakagon Helghte (pop. 15,584) 


303 


930 


305 


261 


204 


Washtenaw County 

Ann Arbor (pop. 26,944) 


330 


1.189 


351 


358 


309 


238 
38 


789 
75 


239 

39 


229 

19 


183 
12 


197 


775 


203 


242 


226 


Remainder of County 


27 


66 


27 


13 


9 


YpsUautl (pop. 10,143) 


73 


234 


78 


75 


54 














Remainder of County 


60 


180 


70 


41 


29 


Newaygo County 


43 


84 


43 


19 


9 














Oakland Coiinty 

Berkley (pop. 5,571) 


644 


2jl66 


648 


760 


581 


Wayne County 

Dearborn (pop. 50,358) 
Detroit (pop. 1,568,662) 


9.141 


40,303 


8,902 


13,023 


12,834 


128 
8,151 


574 
37,861 


127 
7,903 


127 
12,263 


104 
12,250 


13 


14 


14 


3 


1 


Birmingham (pop. 9,539) 


63 


237 


67 


65 


53 


Ecorae (pop. 12,716) 


31 


70 


32 


26 


13 


Clawson (pop. 3,377) 


12 


25 


14 


11 


5 


Grosae Polnte (pop. 5,173) 


19 


35 


18 


10 


3 


remdale (pop. 20,865) 


54 


143 


55 


47 


37 


Groaae Polnte Park (pop. 11A74 


27 


74 


27 


27 


19 


NorthTllle (part) (pop. 87) 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Hamtramck (pop. 56,268) 


194 


363 


194 


108 


73 


Pleasant Ridge (pop. 2,885) 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Hi^land Park (pop. 52,959) 


329 


1,007 


334 


292 


224 


Pontlac (pop. 64,928) 


263 


1,129 


256 


458 


344 


Inkster (pop. 4,440) 


4 


5 


4 


1 


1 


Rochester (pop. 3,554) 


20 


50 


21 


6 


4 


Uncoln Paik (pop. 12,336) 


22 


62 


21 


19 


13 


Royal Oak (pop. 22,904) 


88 


■282 


84 


93 


77 


MelTlndale (pop. 4,053) 


6 


8 


6 


1 


1 


Remainder of County 


131 


286 


137 


77 


55 


NorthTlUe (pait) (pop. 2,479) 


11 


39 


11 


4 


5 














Plymouth (pop. 4,434) 


23 


69 


24 


9 


6 


Oceana County 


32 


66 


38 


16 


10 


RlTer Rouge (pop. 17,314) 


40 


142 


41 


39 


27 














Trenton (pop. 4,022) 


9 


18 


3 


3 


3 


Ogemaw County 


23 


55 


23 


12 


8 


llayne (pop. 3,423) 


23 


91 


25 


18 


15 














Wyandotte -(pop. 28,368) 


79 


260 


80 


44 


33 


Ontonagon County 


37 


46 


33 


10 


7 


Ci^aae Polnte Wanne (pop. 3,533) 


}- 


125 


47 


32 


29 














Remainder of County 










Osceola County 


42 


70 


43 


22 


10 














Oscoda County 


4 


5 


4 


1 


1 


Wexford County 

Cadillac (pop. 9,570) 


66 


108 


71 


23 


11 


50 


87 


55 


19 


10 














Remainder of County 


16 


21 


16 


4 


1 


Otsego County 


U 


22 


14 


4 


2 















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BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF MINNESOTA 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Numbe 

istabtUh 
ment* 


Recdpta 

(add 0001 


Active 

Pro- 

prieton 


Em 
ploye€«" 


ToU. 
Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 
ments 


Recdpu 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pfo- 
piicton 


Em- 
ployees' 


Total. 
Pey Ron 

(add 000 


TOTAL FOR STATE 

AltklD County 

Anoke County 

Anoka (pop. 4,8511 

Columbia Heights (pop. 6,613) 

Remainder of County 

Becker Coxlnty 

Detroit Lakes (pop. 3,675) 
Remainder of County 

Beltrami County 

Bemldjl (pop. 7.202) 
Remainder of County 

Benton County 
St. Cloud (part) (pop. 2,300) 
Sauk [taplde (pop. 2.656) 
Remainder of County 

Big Stone County 

Blue Earth County 

Itonknto (pop. 14,038) 
Remainder of County 

Brown County 

Ne« Ulm (pop. 7,308) 
Sleepy Eye (pop. 2,576) 
Remainder of Coxmty 

Carlton County 

Cloquet (pop. 6,7821 
Remainder of County 

Carver County 

Case County 

Chippewa County 
Uontevldeo (pop. 4,319) 
Remainder of County 

Chisago County 

Clay County 

ISoorheod (pop. 7,651) 
Remainder of County 

Clearwater County 

Cook County 

Cottonwood County 


14,124 


$37,482 


14,694 


10,712 


♦8,780 


Hennepin County (continued) 


2,673 

15 

8 

117 

70 
49 
71 
91 


(12,525 
22 

25 

182 

93 
83 
114 
179 


2,646 

14 

3 

121 

76 
50 
78 
93 


3,975 

4 
4 

58 
21 
12 
48 
49 


♦3,777 
3 
4 

35 

10 
6 
23 
37 


62 
55 


79 
91 


63 
59 


29 
19 


13 
11 


Minneapolis (pop. 464,356) 
Robbinsdele (pop. 4,427) 
St. Louie Park (pop. 4,710) 
Richfield (pop. 3,344) ~I 
Remainder of County J 

Houston County 

Hubbard County 

Isanti County 

Itasca County 

Grand Rapids (pop. 3,206) 
Ifeshwnuk (pop. 2,566) 
Remainder of County 

Jackson County 

Kanabec County 

Kandiyohi County 

Willmar (pop. 6,173) 
Remainder of County 

Kittson County 

Koochiching County 

International Falls (pop. 5,036 
Remainder of County 

Lac qui Parle County 

Lake County 

Two Harbors (pop. 4,425) 
Remainder of County 

Lake of the IVoods County 

Lo Sueur County 

Lincoln County 

Lyon County 

Marshall (pop. 3,250) 
Tracy (pop. 2,570) 
Remainder of County 

McLeod County 

Hutchinson (pop. 3,406) 
Remainder of Coxmty 

Uahnomen County 

Mershall County 

Martin County 

Fairmont (pop. 5,521) 
Remainder of County 

Meeker County 

Litchfield (pop. 2,380) 
Remainder of County 

llillB Lacs County 

Morrison County 

Little Falls (pop. 5,014) 
Remainder of County 

Mower County 

Austin (pop. 12,276) 
Remainder of County 

Murray County 

Nicollet County 

North Mankato (pop. 2,822) 
St. Peter (pop. 4,811) 
Remainder of County 

Nobles County 

Worthington (pop. 3,878) 
Remainder of County 

Norman County 

Olmsted County 

Rochester (pop. 20,621) 
RemBlnder of County 

Otter tell County 

Fergus Falls (pop. 9,389) 
Remainder of County 


24 

13 

18 

144 


51 
23 

17 

173 


26 

15 
18 

167 


9 
3 

7 

59 


5 
1 
5 

31 


32 
112 

91 


80 
93 

171 


35 

132 

92 


24 

35 

59 


18 
13 

36 


59 
32 

38 


144 
27 

50 


61 
31 

37 


47 
12 

18 


30 
6 

8 


31 
11 
49 

64 

20 

187 


91 
16 
72 

128 

48 

249 


31 

11 
51 

65 

21 

203 


20 
3 
26 

24 

13 
64 


21 
2 
14 

14 

6 

34 


7 
10 
21 

136 

194 


9 
10 
31 

118 

519 


5 
12 
20 

139 

197 


5 

4 
9 

18 

140 


2 
1 
5 

9 

97 


45 
142 

139 

41 


143 
106 

199 

120 


49 
154 

220 

45 


40 
24 

165 

35 


26 

8 ' 

66 
23 


106 
88 

168 


390 
129 

280 


106 
91 

197 


109 
31 

88 


82 
15 

64 


34 
21 
113 

61 


124 
58 
98 

144 


37 
24 
136 

64 


40 
12 
36 

16 


38 
10 
16 

10 


1 27 
14 

71 

26 


101 
19 

92 

53 


30 

15 

67 
31 


30 
5 

23 

14 


19 

4 

13 
7 


33 
2S 

85 

69 

160 


99 
45 

136 

60 

164 


36 
28 

94 

73 

175 


7 
9 

29 

15 

35 


5 
5 

12 

6 

23 


18 
8 

94 

87 

76 

138 


49 

4 

59 
141 

93 
267 


23 
8 

97 

86 

71 

142 


11 
3 

38 

17 

22 

68 


6 

1 

16 
12 
10 
41 


36 
124 

122 

73 


85 
79 

121 

141 


37 
138 

139 

83 


20 
15 

42 

36 


14 
9 

17 

24 


29 
25 

84 

98 


102 
41 
114 

155 


31 
27 

84 

103 


27 
11 
30 

41 


22 
5 
14 

21 


32 

41 

51 

9 

74 

105 


95 
46 

59 

22 

181 

206 


40 
43 

56 

10 

76 

113 


21 
15 

16 

3 

37 


16 

8 

6 

1 
27 
32 


32 
66 

33 

152 

121 


54 
101 

26 

130 

325 


36 
67 

35 

161 
125 


13 
28 

10 

22 

62 


7 
14 

4 

13 

52 


Erainerd (pop. 10,221) 
Crosby (pop. 3,451) 
Remainder of County 


57 
19 
29 

117 


146 
40 
20 

247 


62 
23 
28 

118 


32 
2 

7 

63 


28 

1 
3 

50 


68 
53 

67 


216 
109 

148 


71 
64 

70 


45 
17 

18 


40 
12 

11 


Dakota County 


29 
38 

59 

76 


66 
82 

120 

136 


28 
42 

S8 

Bl 


9 

9 

24 
35 


6 
6 

14 

22 


Hastings (pop. 5,086) 
South St. Paul (pop. 10,009) 
West St. Paul (pop. 4,463) 
Remainder of County 

Dodge County 

Douglas County 

Alexandria (pop. 3,876) 
Remainder of County 

Faribault County 

Blue Earth (pop. 2,884) 
Remainder of County 

Fillmore County 

Freeborn County 

Albert Lea (pop. 10,169) 
Remainder of County 

Goodhue County 


27 
40 
7 
43 

116 

131 


50 
106 
12 
79 

123 

155 


27 
38 

4i 

109 

139 


13 
38 

8 

12 

33 


10 
31 
3 
6 

8 

16 


28 
47 

128 


74 
62 

414 


31 
50 

134 


21 
14 

82 


13 
9 

71 


38 
93 

125 


79 
76 

268 


42 

97 

131 


25 
8 

63 


13 
3 

32 


70 
58 

123 

72 


324 
90 

167 

148 


74 
60 

117 

74 


70 
U 

40 

46 


66 
5 

25 

31 


34 
91 

132 

134 


91 
177 

222 

319 


35 
96 

144 

143 


24 
39 

54 

84 


16 
17 

30 

61 


14 
39 

19 

128 


38 
85 
25 

231 


12 
42 

20 

135 


15 
27 

4 

54 


12 

17 
2 

33 


61 
73 

147 


238 

81 

359 


63 
80 

149 


72 
12 

85 


65 
6 

70 


41 
37 

121 

167 


112 
119 

127 

555 


46 
89 

139 

191 


29 
25 

55 

139 


21 
12 

16 

110 


Red Wing (pop. 9,629) 
Res&lnder of County 

Grant Coxinty 

Hennepin County 


60 
87 

73 

2,833 


188 
171 

100 

12,789 


61 

88 

72 
2,812 


54 
31 

22 

4,051 


48 
22 

13 

3,829 


123 
44 

340 


615 
40 

454 


139 
52 


134 
5 

149 


106 
4 

7B 


Edina (pop. 3,138) 
Hopkins (pop. 3,834) 


13 


10 
25 


7 
16 


3 
7 


2 
8 


68 
272 


198 
£56 


71 
355 


71 
78 


47 
31 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF MINNESOTA (Continued) 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

stablish 
ments 


ReceipU 

(2dd 0001 


Active 

Pro. 

prietora 


Em 
ployeea* 


Total. 
Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro. 

prieton 


Em. 
ployeef 


Total. 
Pay RoU 

(add 000 


PannlogtOD County 

Tilaf RlT«r I«Ua (pop. 4,268) 
Ranalndar of County 

Pln« County 

Fip«>tona County 

Pipsatono (pop. 3,489) 
Bamalndar of County 

PoLc County 

Crootston (pop. 6,321 

Saat Grand rorka (pop. 2,922) 

Rooalndar of County 

Popa County 

Saaiaay County 

North St. Paul (pop. 2,916) 
St. Paul (pop. 271,606) 
milto Baar Laka (pop. 2,600) 
RoaialQdar of County 

Red Lake County 

Redwood County 

Hed«ood FallB (pop. 2,552) 
RamalDdar of County 

Rannlla County 

Rloe County 

Faribault (12,767) 
Northfiald (pop. 4,153) 
Ramaindar of County 

Rook County 
LuTema (pop. 2,644) 
Ramaindar of County 

Roaaau County 

St. Loula County 

Chlabolm (pop. 8,308) 
Duluth (pop. 101,463) 
Ely (pop. 6,156) 
ftrolath (pop. 7,484) 
Cllbart (pop. 2,722) 
Hlbblng (pop. 15,666) 
Froctorknott (pop. 2,521) 
Virginia (pop. 11,963) 
Reoalndar of County 

Scott County 


181 


t 195 


193 


47 


t 27 


Sherburne County 

St. Cloud (part) (pop. 1,598) 
Remainder of County 

Sibley County 

Steama County 

St. Cloud (part)(pop. 17,102) 
Sauk Center (pop. 2.716) 
Remainder of County 

Steele County 

Owetonna (pop. 7,654) 
Remainder of County 

Stevene County 

Swift County 

Todd County 

Staples (pop. 2,667) 
Raaalnder of County 

Traverae County 

Wabasha County 

Lake City (pop. 3,210) 
Remainder of County 

Wadena County 

Wadena (pop. 2,512) 
Remainder of County 

Waseca Coimty 

Waseca (pop. 3,815) 
Remainder of County 

Washington County 

Stillwater (pop. 7,173) 
Bayport (pop. 2,590) "I 
Remainder of County J 

Watonwan County 

3t. Jmea (pop. 2,808) 
RcBBaindar of County 

Wilkin County 

Winona County 

Winona (pop. 20,850) 
Remainder of County 

Wright County 

Tallow Medicine County 


33 


i36 


34 


6 


»* 


43 
138 

75 

73 


U3 
82 

101 

125 


47 
146 

75 

79 


27 
20 

23 

33 


21 
6 

12 

18 


33 
76 
241 


36 
143 
639 


34 

78 
236 


6 
19 
165 


4 
11 
U2 


28 
45 

297 


70 
55 

409 


30 
49 

332 


17 
16 

114 


12 

6 

61 


24 
U4 
103 

182 


64 
431 
144 

257 


16 
112 
108 

195 


13 
130 
22 

47 


5 

100 

7 

37 


81 

9 

227 

85 

1,448 


168 
16 
228 

101 

6,520 


65 

9 

288 

85 

1,452 


44 

5 

65 

17 
2,008 


25 
5 
31 

9 

1,870 


48 
134 

61 

110 

116 


144 
113 

112 

157 

170 


53 
142 

64 

117 

125 


37 

10 

30 
36 

47 


31 
6 

19 

26 

24 


3 

1,427 

13 

5 

118 

191 


1 

6,486 

28 

5 

lOO 

300 


3 

1,431 

13 

5 

132 

208 


2,002 
5 

1 

24 

61 


1,865 
5 

12 
33 


23 
93 

112 

99 


41 
129 

119 

173 


25 
100 

112 

103 


7 
40 

24 

33 


5 

19 

11 


19 
172 

190 

124 


70 
230 

243 

334 


19 
189 

198 

131 


18 
43 

36 

75 


13 
20 

21 

55 


25 
74 

63 


60 
1L3 

121 


26 
77 

68 


13 
20 

49 


9 

11 

23 


21 
42 

48 


50 
71 

92 


22 

46 

49 


9 
40 

18 


9 
14 

16 


6z 
X 
26 

71 


212 
88 
34 

122 


69 
35 

27 

69 


57 
12 

6 

32 


42 

10 
3 

19 


23 
25 

71 


54 
38 

175 


23 
26 

83 


14 
4 

45 


14 

2 

33 


23 

48 

80 
852 


62 
60 

112 

3,080 


21 
46 

90 

849 


20 
12 

30 

886 


12 
7 

16 

779 


S3 

38 

66 


129 

46 

181 


37 

46 

68 


34 

11 

31 


27 
6 

18 


SO 
554 
28 
21 
6 
71 
13 
62 
67 

63 


63 
2,298 
52 
60 
8 
276 
23 
226 
74 

106 


29 
528 
29 
21 
6 
83 
12 
68 
73 

73 


11 
6S3 
26 
11 

2 
73 

6 
65 
29 

12 


7 
638 
10 

8 

1 
57 

4 
44 
10 

7 


20 
46 

50 

164 


46 
133 

103 

383 


24 

44 

54 
164 


10 
21 

21 

108 


7 
11 

18 

"7 


120 
34 

127 

204 


329 
54 

214 

218 


128 
36 

129 

204 


99 
9 

46 

32 


72 
5 

25 

22 


STATE OF MISSISSIPPI 


TOTAL rOB STMB 

Adams County 

Hatchaz (pop. 13,422) 
Hamalnder of County 

Alcorn Coiinty 

Corinth (pop. 6,820) 
Remainder of County 

Amite County 

Attala County 
Koscluako (pop. 3,237) 
Bamalnder of County 

Benton County 

BollTar County 

Cleveland (pop. 3.240) 
Remainder of County 

Callioun County 

Carroll County 

Chickaaaw County 

Ctioftaw County 

Clalboroa County 

Clarke County 


5,813 


»8,723 


5,938 


4,975 


»2,247 


Clay County 

West Point (pop. 4,677) 
Ramaindar of County 

Coahoma County 

Clarksdala (pop. 10,043) 
Remainder of County 

Copiah County 

CoTlogton County 

Da Soto County 

Porreat County 

Hattlesburg (pop. 18,601) 
Remainder of County 

rrankllu County 

Oeorge County 

Creene County 

Orauada County 

Grenada (pop. 4,349) 
Ramaindar of County 

Hancock County 

Bay St. Loula (pop. 3,724) "I 
Bamalnder of County J 


49 


♦53 


51 


30 


SIS 


82 


152 


83 


88 


36 


31 
18 

94 


45 
8 

168 


33 
18 

99 


21 
9 

68 


11 

1 

48 


75 
7 

84 


147 

5 

135 


76 
7 

86 


79 
9 

61 


35 

1 

28 


72 
22 

116 
35 
29 

116 


158 
10 

85 

36 

38 

395 


77 
22 

117 
36 
30 

125 


64 
4 

59 

24 

18 

193 


47 
1 

25 

11 

8 

116 


55 
29 

130 

50 


116 
19 

69 

135 


58 
28 

131 

54 


43 
18 

58 

86 


24 

4 

12 
31 


29 
21 

32 

80 


85 
50 

24 

140 


32 
22 

29 

83 


39 
46 

24 

93 


21 
10 

5 

42 


103 
13 

38 

26 

36 

28 


385 
10 

23 

20 

21 

61 


110 
15 

38 

25 

37 

31 


187 
6 

12 

15 

13 

28 


114 
2 

3 

4 
2 
11 


22 
S8 

«1 

17 

44 

45 
77 
49 


71 
69 

62 

20 

87 

54 

50 
58 


22 

61 

59 
IT 
46 
4< 

81 
49 


45 
48 

34 

16 
52 
31 
23 
62 


30 
12 

12 
4 

19 

U 
9 

19 


28 
29 


61 
28 


31 
31 


28 
9 


11 
2 


29 


26 


31 


9 


2 









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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI i Continued) 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL. 
FOR COUNTIES. AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

oi 
slablish 


Receipb 

(add 0001 


Active 

Pro- 
pnetors 


Em- 
ployeo- 


Total. 
Pay Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
.stablish 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro- 

prietort 


ToU, 
E" Pay RoU 

ployees- 

(add 000 


Harrison County 

Blloil (pop. 14.650) 
Oulfport (pop. la, 547) 
Pass Cbrlstlan (pop. 3,U04) 
rtainalnder of County 

Hinds County 

Jackson (pop. 48,282) 
Hamalnder of County 

Holmes County 

Leilni^ton {pop. 2,590) 
Remainder of County 

Humphreys County 

Balzonl (pop. 2.735) 
RemalndHr of County 

Issaquena County 

Itawamba County 

Jackson County 

Pascaaoula (pop. 4,339) 
Remainder of County 

Jasper County 

Jefferson County 

Jefferson Davis County 

Jone.i County 

Laursl (pop. ia,iJl7) 
Remainder of County 

Kemper County 

Lafayette County 
Oxford {pop, 2,890) 
Remainder of County 

Lamnr County 

Lauderiaie County 

Meridian (pop. 31,954) 
Remainder of County 

Lawrence County 

Leake County 

Lee County 

Tupelo {pop. 6,361) 
Reioalnder of County 

Leflore Comity 

Greenwood (pop. 11,123) 
Remainder of County 

Lincoln County 

Brookhaven (pop. 5,283) 
Remalader of County 

Lowndes County 

Columbus (pop. 10,743) 
Remainder of County 

Madison County 

Canton (pop. 4,725) 
Hamalnder of County 

Marlon County 

Columbia (pop. 4,833) 
Remainder of County 

Marshall County 

Monroe County 

Aberdeen (pop. 3,925) 
JtaDOry (pop. 3,214) 
Remainder of County 

Montgomery County 
Wlnonn (pop. 2,607) 
Remainder of County 




;^99_ 

156 

326 

15 

2 

1.037 


154 
66 
68 
13 
7 

402 




*171 




60 


»93 


64 


64 


|29 


65 
66 
14 
7 

415 


64 

225 

7 

435 


46 
122 

3 

306 


Phlladelplila (pop. 2,560) 
Remainder of County 

Newton County 

Noxubee County 

Oktibbeha County 

StarkTllle {pop. 3,612) 
Ramalnder of County 

Panola County 

Pearl River County 

Picayune (pop. 4.698} 
Reioelnder of County 

Perry County 

Pike County 

McComb (pop. 10,057) 
Remainder of County 

Pontotoc County 

Prentiss County 

.iultman County 

Rankin County 

Scott County 

Sharkey County 

Simpson County 

Smith County 

Stone County 

Sunflower County 

Indlinola (pop. 3,116) 
Ramalnder of County 

Tallahatchie County 

Tate County 

Tippah County 

Tishomingo County 

Tunica County 

Union County 

New Albany (pop. 3,187) 
Remainder of County 

Walthall County 

Warren County 

Vloksburg (pop. 22,943) 
Remalader of County 

Washington County 

Greenville (pop. 14,807) 
Remainder of County 

Wayne County 

Webster County 

Wilkinson County 

Winston County 

Louisville (pop. 3,013) 
Remainder of County 

Yalobusha County 

Water Valley (3,738) 
Remainder of County 

Yazoo County 

Yazoo City (pop. 5,579) 
Remainder of County 


32 

28 

69 
58 
86 


82 
11 

104 

38 

91 


35 
29 

73 

54 

84 


48 
16 

58 

43 

85 


27 
2 

25 

8 

18 


247 
168 

97 


914 
123 

93 


235 
167 

107 


376 
59 

72 


290 
16 

22 


24 

62 

73 
51 


58 
33 

81 

71 


26 
58 

83 

51 


IB 
67 

58 

39 


U 
7 

22 

16 


24 
73 


39 
54 


25 
82 

30 


37 
36 

44 


12 
10 

21 


23 
5 

4 

117 

77 


83 
3 

1 

35 

101 


25 
5 

4 

126 

75 


42 

2 

1 
90 
70 


20 

1 

17 
27 


22 

29 

17 
175 


29 
42 

18 

217 


22 
29 

16 

178 


10 
29 

28 

122 


6 
10 

6 

49 


SO 
95 

23 

119 

35 

36 

43 

13 

63 

27 

16 

75 


156 
61 

62 

69 

34 

21 

41 

22 

80 

21 

30 

169 


79 
99 

22 

126 

31 

38 

49 

19 

61 

24 

18 

74 


71 
51 

28 

49 

29 

10 

22 

16 

46 

7 

23 

76 


37 
12 

13 

16 

10 

3 

8 

6 

16 

3 

9 

40 


24 
53 

53 

64 

16 

105 


43 
58 

35 

29 

22 


23 
52 

56 

64 

15 

108 


27 

43 

62 
25 
16 
98 


11 
16 

13 
8 
5 

53 


63 
42 

24 

50 


154 
27 

17 

57 


68 
40 

22 

53 


70 
28 

14 

46 


63 
5 

4 

20 


33 
17 

20 

152 


61 
6 

28 

379 


35 
18 

30 

151 


39 
7 

25 

170 


19 

1 

7 
117 


13 
57 

38 

89 

88 

140 

11 

48 


99 
70 

56 

46 

65 

89 

27 

66 


18 
56 

41 

81 

87 

153 

11 

51 


33 

43 

30 
27 
51 
111 
9 
64 


21 
19 

12 
7 

14 

23 
6 

20 


125 
27 

26 

44 

169 


365 
14 

36 

33 

138 


124 
27 

24 

51 
179 


158 
18 

19 

17 

112 


116 

1 

8 
6 
49 


77 
92 


130 
58 


35 
94 


72 
40 

173 


38 
11 

104 


50 
32 

134 


223 
57 

94 


48 
27 

190 


129 
44 

36 


84 
20 

16 


22 
26 

49 

162 


45 
21 

37 

584 


29 
47 
165 


28 
30 
116 


5 
10 
76 


55 
129 

150 


57 
37 

127 


60 
130 

146 


34 
2 

96 


16 
39 


101 
61 

118 


568 
16 

421 


104 
61 

127 


112 

4 

227 


76 

1 

120 


53 
97 

72 


98 
29 

49 


49 
97 

74 


59 
37 

29 


35 
4 

9 


82 
36 

18 

42 

74 

29 


337 
84 

34 

44 
47 
76 


89 
33 

15 

45 

80 

29 


170 
57 

44 

35 

30 

36 


93 
27 

10 
9 
8 

16 


29 
43 

26 


32 

17 

65 


28 
46 

26 


12 
17 

51 


6 
3 

25 


22 
4 

34 

155 


64 

1 

47 
139 


21 
5 

36 

161 


50 

1 

22 
103 


25 

10 
33 


20 
9 

35 


64 
11 

40 


20 
9 

35 


26 
9 

27 


12 
3 

10 


22 
24 

109 

51 


33 
38 
68 

86 


23 
23 
115 

52 


26 
23 
54 

68 


12 
12 
9 

18 


16 
19 

106 


18 
22 

109 


17 
18 

108 


13 
14 

51 


5 
5 

28 


22 

29 


41 

45 


22 

30 


20 
48 


5 
13 


41 
65 


77 
32 


43 

65 


37 
14 


24 

4 





















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STATE OF MISSOURI 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

of 
stabUlh 


Receipt> 

(idd 0001 


Active 

Pn>. 

prieton 


Em- 
ploye»- 


Total. 
Pay Ron 

add 000 


County and city 


Numbei 

ol 
establish 
ments 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro. 

prieton 


Em- 
ployees' 


Total. 
Pay Ron 

ladd 000 


TWEM. rOH 3TATZ 

idalr County 

Klrkonuo (pop. 8,29S) 
Rosalnder of County 

AnArew County 

AtehleoD County 

Audrain County 

Mexico (pop. 3,290) 
Rouainder of County 

Barpy County 

Monett (pop. 4,099) 
Remainder of County 

Barton County 

Bates County 

Butler (pop. 2,706) 
Ramainder of County 

Benton County 

Bollinger County 

Boone County 

Oolunbia (pop. U,967) 
Bonalnder of County 

Buotianan County 

St. Joseph (pop. 80,936) 
Ramainder of County 

Butler CoTinty 

Poplar Bluff (pop. 7,551) 
Ranalnder of County 

Caldwell County 

Callaway County 

Pulton (pop. 6,105) 
Remainder of County 

Camden County 

Cape Girardeau County 

Cape Glrardoau (pop. 16,287) 
Ramainder of County 

Carroll County 

CarroUton (pop. 4,058) 
Raualnder of County 

Carter County 

Case County 

Cedar County 

Chariton County 

Christian County 

Clark County 

Clay County 
Kiceleior Springs (pop. 4,666) 
Liberty (pop. 3,616) 
North Kansas City (pop. 2,574) 
Ranaindar of County 

Clinton Coxinty 

Cameron (part) (pop. 3,403) 
Rooaiader of County 

Cole County 

Jefferson City (pop. 21,596) 
Renalnder of County 

Cooper County 

BoonTiUe (pop. 6,435) 
RMnalnder of County 

Crawford County 

Dade County 

DaUes County 

DaTlesB County 

De Kalb County 

Cameron (part) (pop. 104) 
Ranaindar of County 


18,563 


t57,460 


18,658 


20,437 


tl6.535 


Bant County 

Douglas County 

Dunklin County 

Eannstt (pop. 4,126) 
Benaindar of County 

Franklin County 

laahlngton (pop. 5,916) 
Ramaindar of County 

Gasconade County 

Gentry County 

Qraena Coouty 

Springfield (pop. 57,527) 
Rsiaii^er of County 

Grundy County 

Trenton (pop. 6,992) 
RoDalDder of County 

Harrison County 

Henry County 

Clinton (pop. 5,744) 
Rooainder of County 

Hickory County 

Holt County 

Howard County 

Payette (pop. 2,630) 
Regnainder of County 

Eowell County 

West Plains (pop. 3,335) 
Soialnder of County 

Iron County 

Jackson County 

Independence (pop. 15,296) 
Kansas City (pop. 399,746) 
Remainder of County 

Jasper County 

Carthage (pop. 9,736) 
Joplln (part) (pop. 32,730) 
»ebb City (pop. 6,676) 
Raualnder of Cotmty 

Jefferson County 

Crystal City (pop. 3,057) 
De Soto (pop. 5,069) 
Pestus (pop. 4,085) 
Remainder of County 

Johnaon County 

Warrensburg (pop. 5,146) 
Ramainder of County 

Knox County 

Laclede County 

Lebanon (pop. 3,562) 
Baoainder of County 

Lafayette County 

BlgglnsTllle (pop. 3,339) 
Lexington (pop. 4,595) 
Ramainder of County 

Lawrence County 

Aurora (pop. 3,875) 
Renaloder of County 

Lewis County 

Lincoln County 

Linn County 
Brookfield (pop. 6,428) 
Marcellne (pop. 3,555) 
Remainder of County 


33 
33 
134 


»44 
22 
266 


35 
33 
147 


10 
U 
122 


4 
70 


87 


178 


80 


69 


43 


57 
30 

50 

40 

77 


161 
17 

74 

72 

177 


49 
31 

52 

43 

86 


63 
6 

19 

24 

61 


41 
2 

9 

14 

36 


29 
105 

146 


65 
IBl 

226 


36 
111 

148 


27 
95 

49 


30 
40 

30 


26 

U8 

51 
60 
415 


60 
166 

62 

82 

1.127 


27 

121 

56 
62 
445 


17 
32 

10 

28 

429 


U 
19 

5 

16 

282 


39 
38 

136 


120 
57 

171 


43 
43 

152 


35 
26 

79 


26 
12 

32 


40 
96 

132 

169 


72 
99 

171 

180 


40 
U2 

151 

181 


27 
62 

U4 

64 


17 
15 

51 

32 


SS7 
56 

73 


1,067 
60 

68 


364 
61 

77 


408 
21 

31 


276 
6 

14 


23 
146 

39 

28 

168 


61 
U9 

42 

28 

421 


24 

157 

40 
29 
178 


22 
42 

13 

11 

175 


15 
17 

5 

3 

113 


41 
32 

77 

72 


63 
26 

107 

151 


46 
32 

60 

76 


18 
13 

35 

46 


10 

4 

19 
26 


25 

47 

22 
43 

36 


96 
66 

16 

56 

44 


25 
50 

20 

42 

37 


35 

10 

6 
22 
23 


24 

4 

1 
12 
9 


131 
37 

485 


S91 
30 

1.555 


141 
37 

481 


171 

4 

S75 


111 
2 

449 


455 
30 

76 


1,534 
21 

171 


453 
28 

84 


570 
5 

82 


447 
2 

43 


U 
25 

80 


18 
26 

132 


11 
26 

66 


U 
12 

53 


6 

4 

23 


61 
15 

62 

43 


158 
13 

75 

77 


67 
17 

65 

43 


71 

11 

20 
23 


40 

3 

9 
11 


39 
41 

30 

3,388 


91 
41 

45 

14i519 


43 
45 

33 

3,272 


37 
16 

?.z 

5,264 


19 

4 

14 

4,628 


27 

16 

52 

145 


59 

18 

42 

413 


27 

16 

59 
162 


20 
3 

20 
154 


11 

4 
75 


104 
3,144 

140 

404 


324 

14,024 

171 

1,012 


103 

3,026 

143 

412 


126 

5,C/33 

45 

378 


97 
4,710 

21 

320 


82 
63 

86 


319 
94 

160 


97 
65 

91 


77 
77 

44 


22 
24 


52 
239 
27 

86 

89 


166 
715 
78 
63 

208 


50 
250 

26 
86 

95 


48 
279 
21 
31 

70 


46 
243 
20 

11 

39 


39 
47 

35 

92 

47 

101 
98 
64 

121 


106 
52 

31 
157 

65 

B4 
103 

51 
344 


42 
49 

37 

97 

49 

120 
92 
66 

122 


32 

12 

19 
44 

23 

37 
67 
12 
111 


14 
5 

4 
20 
10 
12 
21 

5 
74 


9 
26 

20 
32 

92 


17 
72 
54 
65 

177 


U 
31 
19 
34 

96 


8 
24 
16 
22 

44 


4 
9 
12 
14 

36 


49 
43 

45 

79 


U3 
64 

51 

92 


55 
43 

47 

90 


31 
13 

10 

36 


28 
8 

6 

14 


38 
38 
13 
32 


144 
100 
52 
48 

126 


34 
44 

14 
30 

77 


61 
19 
19 
12 

47 


40 
15 
16 

4 

25 


30 
49 

192 


65 
27 

256 


32 

58 

199 


21 
15 

128 


10 

4 

63 


27 
46 

139 


47 

81 

432 


2E 
4t 

156 


17 
30 

137 


U 
14 

92 


24 

29 

139 

119 


44 

59 
153 

189 


28 
30 

141 

135 


15 
19 
94 

69 


7 
9 
37 

23 


114 
25 

61 


407 
25 

123 


129 

27 

65 


131 
6 

53 


90 
2 

25 


27 
92 

100 

42 

131 


53 
136 

103 

67 

176 


32 

103 

117 
47 
137 


16 
51 

29 

20 

79 


7 
16 

14 

9 


38 
23 

36 

39 

49 

62 

41 


99 
24 

52 

33 

39 

59 

46 


40 
21 

40 

40 

49 

71 

44 


44 

9 

16 
12 
22 
19 
15 


22 

3 

7 
3 
6 
6 
7 


33 
16 
82 


78 
36 
62 


37 
16 
84 


36 
17 
26 


16 
7 
13 


41 


46 


44 


15 


7 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 




SERVICE ESTABUSHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF MISSOURI (Continued) 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

ol 
Mtablish 
mentB 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Active 
Pro- 
prietors 


Em. 
ployees' 


Total. 
Pay RoD 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 
ments 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 
Pro- 
prietors 


Em. 
ployees* 


Total. 
Pay Roll 

add 000 


LlTln^ston County 

OhlUlcothe (pop. 8,177) 
Remainder of County 






84 


48 


t25 


Hay County 

Richmond (pop. 4,129) 
Remainder of County 


54 


»83 


♦1 


25 


»12 


47 
30 


U5 
24 


49 
35 


40 
8 


22 
3 


24 

30 


54 

29 


27 


8 


3 


McDonald County 


49 


38 


50 


28 


7 


Reynolds Coiinty 


75 


57 


76 


61 


13 


Uacon County 

Macon (pop. 3,851) 
Roaainder of County 

Uadleon County 

rredorlcktoim" (pop. 2,954) 
Remainder of County 


87 


144 


86 


45 


30 


Ripley County . 

St. Charles County 

St. Chaxlea (pop. 10,491) 
Remainder of County 

St. Clair County 


35 

87 


63 
130 


36 

94 


27 
44 


10 
16 


28 
59 

44 


92 
52 

68 


27 
59 

52 


31 
14 

39 


23 
7 

12 


64 
23 

97 


109 
21 

65 


71 
23 

107 


41 
3 

19 


15 

1 

9 


24 

20 


52 
16 


26 
26 


20 

19 


3 


Maries County 

Marlon County 

Hannibal (pop. 22,761) 
Remainder of County 

Mercer County 

Miller County 

Eldon (pop. 3,171) 
Remainder of County 

Mlaalssippt County 

Charleston (pop. 3,357} 
Heoalnder of County 


28 
168 


34 
354 


31 
179 


12 
122 


3 
69 


St. Francois County 

Bonne Terra (pop. 4,021) 
Paimington (pop. 3,001) 
Remainder of County 

St. Louie County 

Brentwood (pop. 2,819} 
Clayton (pop. 9,613) 
Ferguaon (pop. 3,798) 
Kirkwood (pop. 9,169) 
Maplewood (pop. 12,657) 
Richmond Relate (pop. 9,150} 
UnlTersity City (pop. 25,809) 
Webster OroTes (pop. 16,487) 
Remainder of County 


^13 


217 


112 


74 


45 


17 
27 
69 

688 


C5 
75 
106 

2,118 


13 
29 

70 

655 


12 
29 
33 

513 


9 
18 
18 

582 


128 
40 

34 

58 


296 
58 

50 

77 


135 
44 

35 

67 


103 
19 

9 

38 


62 
7 

5 

11 


15 
42 
5 
33 
81 
26 
91 
53 
342 


22 
431 
9 
148 
244 

58 
386 
186 
634 


14 
27 
5 
29 
80 
27 
90 
51 
332 


4 
172 
S 
32 
81 
16 
129 
48 
128 


1 
230 
2 
26 
55 
U 
121 
39 
97 


23 
35 

64 


60 
27 

107 


28 

39 

69 


16 
22 

80 


7 

4 

26 


47 
37 


65 
42 


41 


50 


12 


Moniteau County 


98 


130 


108 


34 


15 


St. Louis feity) (pop. 821,960} 


5,165 


24,545 


4,802 


8,389 


7,748 


Monroe County 
Montgomery County 


43 
67 


60 
79 


48 
68 


21 
16 


10 
6 


Ste. GeneTleTo County 
Ste. GeneTleye ( 2,662) 
Remainder of County 


24 


63 


26 


20 


10 


18 
6 


58 
5 


20 
6 


18 
2 


10 
2/ 


Morgan County 
New Madrid County 


33 
74 


58 
119 


37 

73 


11 
41 


6 

18 


Saline County 

Marshall (pop. 8,103) 
Slater (pop. 3,478) 
Remainder of County 


99 


221 


no 


74 


40 


40 
19 
40 


141 
42 
38 


45 
23 
42 


62 
9 
3 


34 

5 

1 


Newton County 

Joplln (part) (pop. 724) 
Neosho (pop. 4,485) 
Remainder of Comity 


105 


158 


111 


78 


30 


Schuyler County 
Scotland County 


40 
75 


41 
60 


44 
107 


7 
24 


1 
8 


49 
56 


97 
61 


60 
51 


39 
39 


21 
9 


Nodaway County 

Moryrllle (pop. 5,217) 
Remainder of County 


Ul 


198 


121 


72 


38 


Scott County 

Chaffee (pop. 2,902) 
Sikeston (pop. 6,676) 
Remainder of County 


105 


166 


111 


67 


37 


U 
26 
68 


21 
67 
78 


13 
28 
70 


1^ 
41 


4 
12 
21 


47 
64 


■ 1S3 
65 


53 
68 


62 
10 


4 


Oregon County 


47 


36 


54 


25 


6 


Shannon County 


25 


32 


25 


30 


8 


Osage County 


36 


43 


39 


17 


6 


Shelby County 


89 


88 


102 


24 


10 


Ozark County 

Pemiscot County 

CaruthsrsTille (pop. 4,781) 
Remainder of County 


37 
94 


17 
378 


37 
95 


16 
126 


4 
115 


Stoddard County 

Dorter (pop. 2,714} 
Remainder of County 

Stone County 


124 


131 


131 


55 


24 


24 
100 

112 


35 
96 

77 


28 
103 

120 


U 
44 

70 


4 
20 

11 


38 
56 


201 
177 


38 

57 


60 
66 


61 
54 


Perry County 

PerrynUe (pop. 2,964) 
Remainder of County 


49 


91 


54 


20 


13 


SulllTan County 
Taney County 


89 
39 


69 
38 


92 
40 


32 
11 


9 
6 


22 
27 


69 
22 


27 
27 


20 


13 


Pettie County 

Sedalla (pop. 20,806) 
Remainder of County 

Phelps County 

Rolla (pop. 3,670) 
Remainder of County 


141 


311 


148 


106 


82 


Texas County 

Vernon County 

NeTada (pop. 7,448) 
Remainder of County 

Warren County 


111 
82 


128 
156 


110 
90 


127 
62 


21 
31 


118 
23 

109 


292 
19 

14E 


127 
21 

126 


104 
2 

42 


81 

1 

21 


46 
36 

39 


136 
20 

60 


50 
40 

42 


62 
6 


31 
3 


26 

83 


65 
77 


33 
93 


23 
19 


16 
5 


Pike County 

Louislena (pop. 3,746) 
Remainder of County 


86 


130 


88 


28 


16 


Waahlngton County 
Wayne County 


30 
45 


36 

51 


35 

47 


9 

16 


6 

7 


07 
49 


75 
55 


39 
49 


12 
16 


7 


Platte County 


55 


84 


55 


29 


14 


Webster County 


69 


87 


76 


55 


15 


Polk County 


72 


85 


75 


32 


14 


Worth County 


26 


24 


27 


3 


1 


Pulaski County 


50 


48 


56 


20 


6 


Wright County 


50 


78 


53 


42 


12 


Putnam County 


26 


t,9 


27 


13 


6 














Ralls County 


36 


49 


40 


8 


4 














Randolph County 

Mohorly (pop. 13,772) 
Remainder of County 


99 


216 


107 


61 


41 














69 

30 


188 
28 


74 
33 


55 
6 


38 
3 













































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BUSINESS 






SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF MONTANA 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 


• 










County and city 


Numbe 

of 
»tablist 


ReceipU 

(add 0001 


Active 
Pro- 
prietors 


Em 
ployees" 


TotAl. 
P.y RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 


ReceipU 
(add 000) 


Active 

Pro. 

prietort 


Em. 
ployees- 


ToU, 
P.y Roll 

(add 000 


TOTAL FOR STATE 


2.431 


t6.678 


2.475 


1.722 


»1.576 






♦63 
17 






♦13 

3 


Beaverhead County 


52 


96 


53 


27 


17 


McCone County 


9 


8 


3 


Big Horn County 


22 


58 


20 


24 


23 


Madison County 


28 


41 


29 


12 


9 


Blaine County 


42 


55 


42 


8 


5 


Meagher County 


11 


14 


12 


3 


1 


Broadwater County 


25 


35 


28 


10 


5 


Mineral County 


7 


7 


7 


6 


2 


Carbon County 

Red Lodge {pop. 3,026) 
Remainder of County 


49 


79 


49 


20 


16 


Missoula County 

Miaaoula (pop, 14,657) 
Remainder of County 


125 


383 


143 






27 

22 


51 
28 


28 
21 


16 
4 


13 
3 


90 
35 


353 
30 


105 
38 


88 
9 


90 

7 


Carter County 

Cascade County 

^reat Falls (pop- 28,622) 
Remainder of County 

Chouteau Coimty 


16 
181 


26 
675 


16 
182 


20 
197 


11 

182 


Musaelshell County 

Roundup (pop, 2,577) ~\ 
Remainder of County J 

Park County 

Livingston (pop. 6,391) 
Remainder of County 


20 


37 


19 


13 


7 


20 

57 


37 
166 


19 
57 


13 
38 


7 
25 


150 
31 

30 


648 
27 

45 


148 
34 

28 


185 
12 

8 


178 
7 


47 
10 


150 
16 


46 

11 


35 
3 


23 
2 


Cuater County 

Ulles City (pop. 7,175) 
Hemainder of County 


37 


187 


39 


38 


41 


Fetroleimi County 
Riillipa Coxrnty 


3 
32 


3 
73 


3 
30 


18 


1/ 
13 


37 


187 


39 


38 


41 


Oanlela County 


22 


41 


22 


8 


7 


Pondera County 


29 


65 


28 


19 


15 


Dawaon County 

Glendlve (pop. 4,629) 
Remainder of County 

Deer Lodge County 

Anaconda (pop. 12,494) ~l 
Hemainder of County _f 


27 


80 


28 


22 


17 


Powder River County 

Powell County 

Deer Lodge (pop. 3,510) 
Remainder of County 

Prairie County 


5 
23 


8 
36 


4 
24 


3 

8 


3 
4 


21 
6 

43 


71 
9 

90 


22 

6 

43 


21 

1 

20 


a/' 
15 


16 

7 

7 


31 
5 

12 


17 

7 

7 


1 
1 


4 

1 


43 


90 


43 


20 


15 


Fallon County 


14 


19 


13 


6 


3 


Ravalli County 


44 


69 


41 


18 


12 


Fergus County 

Lewistown (pop. 5,358) 
Remainder of County 


66 


179 


71 


48 


27 


Richland County 
Roosevelt County 


32 
37 


99 
73 


33 
36 


22 
15 


21 

13 


45 
21 


159 
20 


50 
21 


45 

3 


25 
2 


Flathead County 

Kallapell (pop. 6,094) 
flhltefieh (pop. 2,803) 
Hamalnder of County 


112 


234 


112 


79 


55 


Roaebud and Treasure Counties ^ 
Sanders County 
Sheridan County 


20 
32 

41 


25 
52 
58 


20 
35 
39 


6 
12 
18 


6 
11 


49 
14 
49 


151 
30 
53 


50 
13 
49 


43 
7 
29 


36 
4 
15 


Gallatin County 

Bozeman (pop. 6,855) 
Remainder of County 


172 


322 


188 


76 


58 


Silver Bow County 
Butte (pop. 39,532) 
Remainder of County 


232 


979 


227 


248 


274 


61 
111 


208 
114 


65 
123 


40 
36 


36 
22 


219 

13 


950 
29 


213 

14 


240 

8 


267 
7 


Garfield County 


7 


14 


7 


1 


1 


Stillwater County 


22 


40 


21 


5 


5 


Glacier Cotmty 


30 


134 


30 


25 


41 


Sweet Grass County 


23 


33 


25 


10 


7 


Golden Valley County 


8 


9 


7 


£ 


2 


Teton County 


29 


55 


28 


10 


9 


Granite County 


14 


23 


13 


8 


4 


Toole County 


48 


131 


47 


29 


31 


Hill County 

HaTre (pop. 6,372) 
Remainder of County 


56 


163 


54 


43 


40 


Treasure County (Combined with 
Roaebud County) 1/ 

Valley County 


83 


255 


82 


82 


85 


44 

12 


152 
11 


41 

13 


43 


40 


Jefferaon County 


18 


24 


18 


4 


3 


Wheatland County 


16 


40 


14 


14 


13 


Judith Basin County 


52 


36 


61 


5 


2 


Wibaux County 


6 


10 


5 


3 


3 


Lake County 

LewlB and Clark County 
Helena (pop. 11,803) 
Remainder of County 


40 
83 


76 
333 


41 
87 


19 
67 


17 
68 


Yellowstone County 

Billings (pop. 16,360) 
Laurel (pop. 2,558) 
Remainder of County 


160 


784 


158 


199 


215 


125 
12 
13 


743 
27 
14 


132 
14 
12 


188 
8 
3 


209 
3 
3 


74 
9 


323 
10 


79 
8 


63 
4 


66 
2 


Liberty Countv 

1 


10 

1 


17 


9 


4 


4 


Yollowatone National Park 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


STATE OF NEBRASKA 




TOTAL rOR STATE 

Mama Coiinty 

Bastings (pop. 15,490) 
HemalDder of County 


8,328 


♦17.153 


8.906 


5,070 


#3,571 


Boone County 

Boi Butte County 

Alliance (pop. 6,669) 
Remainder of County 


205 
58 


1150 
192 


263 
51 


50 
62 


»19 


124 


366 


135 


110 


80 


103 
21 


344 
22 


113 
22 


110 


80 


44 
14 


169 
23 


37 

14 


56 
6 


33 
5 


Antelope County 


186 


157 


211 


38 


18 


Boyd County 


65 


58 


80 


18 


5 


Arthur County (Combined with 
ItcPheraon County] 1/ 












Brown County 


42 


59 


48 


13 


6 


Baaner County 
BlalM CountT 


3 


2 

7 


3 
12 


2 


1 


Buffalo County 

Kearney (pop. 8,575) 
Remainder of County 


253 


3661 


256 


118 


55 


72 
181 


192: 
17^ 


75 
181 


61 
57 


38 
17 



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SERVICE ESTABUSHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF NEBRASKA (Continued] 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

ol 
stabtish 
ments 


ReceipU 

(add 0001 


AcUve 

Pro- 

prieton 


Em. 
ployee»» 


Total. 
Pay Ron 

8dd 000 


County and city 


Numb» 

of 
eftabliih 
mentt 


Receipb 

(add 000) 


Active 
Pro. 


Em 
ployea- 


Total. 
Pay Ron 

(add 000 


Bupt County 

Butlar County 

Caas County 
PXattanouth (pop. 3,793) 
Remainder of County 

Cedar County 

Chase County 

Cherry County 

Cheyenne County 

Sidney (pop. 3,306) 
Reiualudar of County 

Clay County 

Colfax County 

Schuyler (pop. 2,588) 
Remainder of County 

Cuming County 

Custer County 

Broken Bow {pop. 2,715) 
Remainder of County 

Dakota County 

South Sloui City (pop. 3,927) 
Remainder of County 

Dawes County 

Chadron (pop. 4,606) 
Ronalnder of County 

Dawson County 

Lexington (pop. 2,962) 
Remainder of County 

Deuel County 

Dixon County 

Dodge County 

Fremont (pop. 11,407) 
Remainder of County 

Douglas County 

Omaha (pop. 214,006) 
Remainder of County 

Dundy County 

Fillmore County 

Franklin County 

Frontier County 

Furnas County 

Gage County 

Beatrice (pop. 10,297) 
Wymoro (pop. 2,680) 
Remainder of County 

Oardan County 

Carfield County 

Gosper County 

Of ant County 

Greeley County 

Hall County 


97 
80 
69 


»115 
113 
103 


104 
79 
74 


33 
33 

17 


»16 
13 
8 


Hooker County 

Howard County 

Jefferson County 

Fairbury (pop. 6,192) 
Remainder of County 

Johnson County 

Kearney County 

Keith County 

Keyapaha County 

Kimball County 

Knox County 

Lancaster County 

Lincoln (pop. 79,592) 
Remainder of County 

Lincoln County 

North Platte (pop. 12,061) 
Remainder of County 

Logan County 

Loup County 

Mcpherson and Arthur Counties 1/ 

Madison County 

Norfolk (pop. 10,717) 
Remainder of County 

Merrick County 

Morrill County 

Nance County 

Nemaha County 

Auburn (pop. 3,068) 
Remainder of County 

Nuckolls County 

Superior (pop. 3,044) 
Remainder of County 

Otoe County 

Nebraska City (pop. 7,230) 
Remainder of County 

Pawnee County 

Perkins County 

Phelps County 

Foldrege (pop. 3,263) 
Remainder of County 

Pierce County 

Platte County 

Columbus {pop. 6,698) 
Remainder of County 

Polk County 

Redwlllow County 
McGook (pop. 6,688) 
Remainder of County 

Richardson County 

Falls City (pop. 5,787) 
Remainder of County 

Rock County 

Saline County 

Crete {pop. 2,865) 
Remainder of County 

Sarpy County 

Saunders County 
Kahoo (pop. 2,689) 
Remainder of County 


9 
81 
65 


»14 

97 
163 


8 
84 
69 


2 
20 

51 


»1 
9 
SS 


21 
48 

259 

30 

64 

64 


32 

71 

207 
48 
68 

128 


22 
52 

311 

34 

63 

66 


11 

6 

36 
13 
19 
40 


5 
3 

15 
6 
9 

26 


42 

23 

51 
26 
57 
16 
34 
152 
478 


136 
28 

61 

42 

81 

8 

45 

142 

1,758 


44 

25 

49 
29 

61 
16 
37 
182 
447 


45 

6 

13 
10 
15 

5/ 
U 
33 

625 


S2 
3 

8 

6 

11 

y 

6 
17 
510 


34 
30 

68 

68 


94 
34 

83 

108 


36 
31 

74 

69 


26 
14 

18 

27 


21 
5 

8 

11 


30 
38 

114 

190 


61 
47 

107 

236 


30 
39 

145 

193 


18 
9 

20 

59 


8 
3 

12 

24 


449 

29 

U6 


1,719 
39 

300 


418 
29 

128 


621 
4 

113 


603 
2 

61 


89 
27 

10 

7 

6 

173 


270 
30 

8 

8 

10 

374 


100 
28 

10 

6 

7 

183 


108 
6 

4 

2 

3 

96 


57 

4 

2 

1 

y 

65 


31 
169 

30 


70 
165 

47 


34 

159 

32 


28 

31 

8 


12 
12 

6 


17 
13 

51 


33 
14 

123 


18 
14 

54 


8 
28 


6 
19 


22 
29 

138 


85 
38 

240 


24 

30 

168 


23 

6 

67 


16 
3 

36 


89 
84 

63 

34 

133 

66 


253 

121 

91 
70 
110 
91 


92 
91 

68 

35 

140 

57 


67 
28 

17 

10 

18 

34 


50 

15 

9 
7 
9 
15 


30 
108 

29 

61 

189 


83 
167 

24 

76 
223 


36 
123 

30 

67 

205 


18 
49 

8 

26 

64 


10 
26 

3 

6 
36 


23 
33 

46 


64 
37 

75 


23 
34 

48 


13 
21 

21 


9 
6 

11 


77 
112 

1.387 


136 
87 

5,816 


79 
126 

1,316 


46 

18 

1.872 


27 
9 

1.647 


16 
30 

106 


32 
43 

292 


16 
32 

112 


8 
13 

65 


S 
6 

38 


1,343 
44 

26 

73 

32 

30 

72 

133 


5,757 
59 

42 

101 

43 

30 

106 

257 


1,270 
46 

30 

77 

33 

31 

75 

140 


1,867 
6 

6 
35 
18 

7 
14 
66 


1,644 
3 

3 

14 

7 

2 

8 

44 


51 
65 

39 

28 

46 


236 
66 

56 

44 

125 


51 
61 

39 

28 

48 


52 

13 

17 
14 
30 


33 

6 

10 
9 
20 


33 
13 

128 

255 


108 
17 

109 

324 


35 
13 

164 

412 


26 

4 

24 

66 


le 
z 

10 

se 


65 
22 
46 

16 

27 

;s 

8 
78 
124 


181 
27 
49 

23 

19 
17 
14 
76 
316 


71 
23 
46 

16 

26 

11 

B 

87 

132 


54 
5 
6 

9 

4 

11 
5 

27 
120 


39 
2 
3 

5 

2 

4 
9 
68 


45 
210 

44 

63 


197 
127 

77 

127 


50 

362 

45 
66 


48 
18 

22 

40 


49 
9 

10 

2a 


39 
24 

138 


105 
22 

229 


42 
23 

162 


34 
6 

60 


26 
2 

34 


50 
88 

20 

97 


133 
96 

25 

127 


68 

104 

21 
105 


41 
19 

4 

46 


24 

10 

2 
22 


Grand Island (pop. 18,041) 
Remainder of County 

Hamilton County 


104 
20 

60 


289 
27 

88 


U2 
20 

62 


113 
7 

15 


66 
3 

9 


27 
70 

33 

82 


48 

79 

51 
103 


28 
77 

3* 

87 


30 
15 

7 

19 


16 
6 

S 

9 


Aurora (pop. 2,715) 
Remainder of County 

Harlan County 

Hayes County 

Hitchcock County 

Holt County 


24 

36 

30 

7 

29 

146 


52 

36 

36 

4 

43 

151 


25 

37 

31 

7 

30 

168 


11 

4 

1 

10 
69 


7 
2 

2 

5 
28 


28 
64 


41 
62 


31 
56 


12 
7 


5 

4 





















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BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF NEBRASKA Continued 

TABLE 2... ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNRL. ANH PA\ ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORS: INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 
mentf 


Receipts 

laid 0001 


Active 

Pro. 

prielora 


Em- 
ploye««» 


ToU 
fey Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


Numb,, 

of 
cslabli&h 


Receipts 


Active 

Pro- 

pri«tcr» 


Em 
ployees" 


Totil 
Pay Roll' 

add 000 


Scotte Bluff County 
Serlng (pop. 2,531) 
Soottsbluff (pop. 8,465) 
Remainder of County 

Seward County 

Seward (pop. 2,737) 
Remalndsr of County 

Sheridan County 

Sherman County 

Sioux County 

Stanton County 

Thayer County 

Thomas County 


126 


s:i5 


129 


89 


159 




44 

47 
60 


k73 
96 
138 


42 
48 
50 


21 
33 
29 


58 
11 
25 


17 
55 
53 

47 


26 

1P5 
104 

109 


17 
56 
56 

50 


3 
64 
22 

20 


1 
44 
14 

12 


Valley County 
Washington County 


18 
29 

48 

29 

8 
31 
52 

6 


75 
34 

90 

35 

11 

46 

76 

5 


22 

28 

51 
30 

9 
32 
50 

6 


11 

9 

13 

17 

2/ 
11 

26 

1 


7 
6 

8 

8 

6 


Blair (pop. 2,791) 
Remainder of County 

?fayne County 

Webster County 

Wheeler County 

York County 


5fi- 
22 

123 
51 
23 

116 


■ lis 

26 

126 
72 
17 
94 


■ i7 
23 

128 
54 
24 

120 


22 
7 

35 

19 

10 

22 


ii 

4 
23 
13 

1 
9 


H York (pop. 5,712) 
12 Remainder of County 

2/ 1 


IS 
103 


28 
66 


14 
106 


5 
17 


3 
6 


STATE OF NEVADA 


TOTAL FOR STATE 

Churchill County 

Clark County 
Las Vegas (pop. 5,165) 
Remainder of County 

Douglaa County 

Elko County 

Elko (pop. 3,217) 
Remainder of County 

Esmeralda County 

cXireka County 

Humboldt County 

Lander County 

Lincoln County 


401 


fl,392 


409 


325 


too 


Lyon County 
Mineral County 
Nye County 
Ormsby County 
Perahing County 
Storey County 
Washoe County 


13 

28 

16 

10 

3 

141 


»27 
5 
76 
60 
17 
5 
731 


13 
6 
29 
12 
11 
3 
152 


8 
1 
10 
15 
3 

190 


^4 

2/ 
14 

14 
1 

225 


17 
59 


43 

198 


14 

57 


15 
51 


11 
52 


42 
17 

9 

28 


159 
39 

17 

81 


40 
17 

9 

30 


39 
12 

2/ 
11 


41 
11 

2/ 

1,* 


19 

9 

3 
5 

10 
6 

16 


69 
12 

12 

30 

4 
17 


21 
9 

4 

5 

9 

6 

15 


10 

1 

3 
1 
3 
1 
5 


13 

1 


Reno (poo. 18,529) 
2 Sparks (pop. 4,508) ~l 

Remainder of County _j 
White Piaa County 
J Ely (pop. 3,045) 

Heioainder of County 

2/ 

1 


127 
14 
31 


676 
56 
62 


138 
14 

14 


175 

16 
8 


206 
19 

8 


27 

4 


56 
6 


29 

6 


6 
2 


7 

1 








STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 




■ 






TOTAL TOR STATE 

Belknap County 

Laconlo (pop. 12,471) 
Remainder of County 

Carroll County 

Cheshire County 

Keene (pop. 13,794) 
Remainder of County 

Coos County 

Berlin (pop. 20,018) 
Raualnder of County 

Grafton County 

Lebanon (pop. 7,073) 
Littleton (pop. 4,558) 
Remainder of County 

Hillsborough County 

Manchester (pop. 76,834) 
Kilford (pop. 4,068) 


2,039 


15,603 


2,105 


1.262 


Jl,017 


Hillsborough County (continued) 
Nashua (pop. 31,463) 
Remainder of County 


172 

BO 

253 


i611 
164 

706 


174 
81 

268 


132 

39 

157 


«96 
23 

133 


87 


243 


92 


55 


47 


61 
26 

48 

126 


197 
46 

114 

357 


66 
26 

51 

133 


39 

16 

£0 
94 


37 
10 


14 
66 


Concord (pop. 25,228) 
Franklin (po;>. 6,576) 
Remainder of County 

Rockinghan County 
Derry (pop. 5,131) 
Eieter (pop. 4,872) 
Portsniouth (pop. 14,495) 
Remainder of County 

Strafford County 
Dover (pop. 13,573) 
Rochester (pop. 10,209) 
Somersworth (pop. 5,680) 
Remainder of County 

Sullivan County 

Claremont (pop. 12,377) 
Newport (»op. 4,659) 
Remainder of County 


111 
29 

113 

228 


444 

81 
181 

58 J' 


121 
29 

lie 

231 


98 
16 
43 

139 


95 
16 
23 

111 


81 
44 

164 


279 
7R 

371 


86 
48 

167 


74 
20 

71 


57 
9 

53 


21 
36 
76 
96 

164 


30 
112 
299 
148 

406 


23 
37 
75 
96 

169 


19 
71 

91 


4 

11 
69 
27 

66 


86 

78 

176 


195 
176 

450 


88 

79 

190 


42 
29 

76 


30 
23 

69 


69 
40 
30 

35 

88 


211 
102 
46 
47 

219 


63 
41 
30 
35 

91 


47 
27 
8 
9 

47 


34 

23 

4 
6 

33 


37 
29 
112 

704 


95 
74 

281 

2.149 


42 
30 
118 

713 


15 
16 
45 

512 


12 
11 
46 

426 


432 
20 


1,324 
50 


438 
20 


333 

8 


301 
5 


50 
21 
17 


120 
70 
29 


62 

a 

18 


22 

21 

4 


18 

13 
2 



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FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,51)0 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Numb» 




Active 




Total . 




Number 




Active 




TolJ. 


County and city 


ol 
!5lablish 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Pro- 
prietors 


Em 
ployecj,' 


Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


of 
eslabliih 
ments 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Pro- 
prietoia 


Em 
ployees" 


Pay Roll 

(add 000 


TOTAL FOR STATE 


21,790 


$69,216 


21,397 


19,541 


&.8,090 


Essei County (continued) 
Maplewood (pop. 21,321) 


81 


$245 


78 


86 


♦74 












Atlantic County 

Atlantic City (poo. 66,198) 


957 


3.785 


880 


1.017 


979 


Montclair (pop. 42,017) 
Newark (pop. 442,337) 


286 
3,220 


980 
13,332 


263 
3,057 


233 
4,316 


207 
4,592 


727 


3,299 


654 


908 


899 


Bgg Harbor (pop. 3,478) 


30 


59 


30 


10 


10 


Hutley (pop. 20,572) 


100 


206 


99 


67 


46 


Hammonton [pop. 7,656) 


44 


93 


44 


22 


14 


Orange (pop. 35,399) 


270 


955 


276 


237 


167 


Margate City (pop. 2,913) 


9 


16 


9 


5 


4 


South Orange (pop. 13,630^ 


56 


184 


56 


66 


59 


Northfloia (pop. 2,804) 


3 


4 


3 


— 


— 


Verona (pop. 7,161) 


35 


166 


35 


36 


40 


PloasantTrt 11a (pop. 11,580) 


47 


89 


46 


18 


12 


West Caldwell (pop. 2,911) 


4 


4 


4 


— 


— 


Tantnor (pop. 6,674) 


47 


156 


42 


40 


30 


Wast Orange (pop. 24,327) 


81 


187 


61 


38 


24 


Remainder of County 


50 


69 


50 


14 


10 


Remainder or County 


69 


380 


65 


104 


127 


Bergen County 

Borgenfleld (pop. 8,816) 


1,532 


4,429 


1,499 


1,165 


995 


Gloucester Coxinty 

Glassboro (pop. 4,799) 


262 


593 


254 


109 


83 


46 


141 


44 


34 


28 


23 


31 


23 


5 


6 


Bogota (pop. 7,341) 


41 


99 


39 


32 


21 


Paulsboro (pop. 7,121) 


29 


75 


33 


9 


7 


Oarlstadt (pop. 5,425) 


30 


77 


26 


25 


14 


Pitman (pop. 5,411) 


39 


105 


39 


12 


9 


Olirfsldo Park (pop. 15,267) 


62 


133 


65 


26 


20 


Westville (pop. 3,462) 


13 


20 


12 


5 


4 


Oloater (pop. 2,502) 


10 


14 


10 


3 


2 


Woodbury (pop. 8,172) 


63 


175 


67 


43 


34 


Dumont (pop. 5,861) 


28 


80 


25 


23 


19 


Remainder of County 


95 


187 


90 


35 


23 


East PateraoD (pop. 4,779) 


9 


19 


9 


9 


6 














Seat Rutherford (pop. 7,080) 
Edgewater (pop. 4,089) 


47 
21 


108 
58 


48 
17 


20 

16 


16 
16 


Hudson County 

Bayonne (pop, 88,979) 


3,803 


12,841 


3,754 


3,964 


3.963 


370 


848 


363 


245 


183 


Englawood (pop. 17,805) 


105 


514 


88 


133 


130 


Kast I^ewark (pop. 2,686) 


7 


5 


7 


— 


— 


Fair Lawn (pop. 5,990) 


12 


27 


10 


12 


12 


Outtenberg (pop. 6,535) 


32 


70 


31 


23 


22 


Falnrtew (pop. 9,067) 


46 


66 


47 


23 


16 


Harrison (pop. 15,601) 


59 


121 


69 


31 


20 


Fort Lse (pop. 8,759) 


28 


78 


29 


19 


16 


Hoboken (pop. 59,261) 


434 


1,401 


427 


394 


366 


Oarfleld (pop. 29,739) 


90 


139 


91 


20 


16 


Jersey City (pop. 316,715) 


1,725 


7,156 


1,592 


2,431 


2,607 


Glen Bock (pop. 4,369) 


20 


60 


25 


16 


16 


Kearny (pop. 40,716) 


159 


393 


160 


102 


80 


Hackensack (pop. 24,568) 


187 


738 


180 


237 


219 


North Bergen (pop. 40,714) 


158 


472 


153 


140 


142 


Haabrouek Heights (pop. 5,658) 


17 


42 


18 


7 


7 


Seoaucus (pop. 8,950) 


17 


22 


18 


1 


1 


Hillsdale (pop. 2,959) 


7 


9 


7 


1 


2/ 


Union City (pop. 58,659) 


454 


1,368 


476 


278 


251 


Leonla (pop. 5,350) 


21 


50 


21 


10 


7 


Weahawken (pop. 14,807) 


60 


302 


48 


157 


187 


Uttle Ferry (pop. 4,155) 


20 


24 


24 


6 


4 


West New York (pop. 37,107) 


318 


683 


321 


162 


114 


Lodl (pop. 11,549) 


42 


52 


45 


10 


7 


Remainder of County 


— 


— 


— 


-- 


— 


LyndhuTst (pop. 17,362) 


64 


142 


62 


29 


16 














Haywood (pop. 3,398) 
Midland Park (pop. 3,638) 


9 
17 


18 
53 


9 
20 


5 
16 


3 
9 


Hunterdon County 

Flamlngton (pop. 2,729) 


121 


308 


122 


46 


32 


19 


70 


21 


10 


4 


New Mllford (pop. 2,556) 


8 


8 


8 


2 


1 


LambertTllle (pop. 4,518) 


23 


32 


23 


4 


4 


North Arlington (pop. 8,263) 


27 


58 


25 


11 


8 


Remainder of County 


79 


206 


78 


32 


19 


Palisades Park (pop. 7,065) 


37 


93 


36 


20 


17 














Itomsey (pop. 3,258) 
Rldgefleld (pop. 4,671) 


17 
11 


64 
26 


19 
13 


15 
5 


11 
2 


Mercer County 

Hlghtstown (pop. 3,012) 


1,066 


3,301 


1,064 


943 


837 


14 


38 


It 


8 


7 


Rldgofleld Park (pop. 10,764) 


55 


131 


52 


32 


25 


Princeton (pop. 6,992) 


60 


198 


63 


55 


46 


RldgswDOd (pop. 12,188) 


56 


311 


56 


87 


78 


Trenton (pop. 123,356) 


881 


2,823 


859 


817 


741 


Rutherford (pop. 14,915) 


62 


256 


59 


68 


67 


Remainder of County 


109 


242 


116 


53 


41 


Teaneck (pop. 16,513) 


56 


182 


52 


47 


55 














Tenafly (pop. 5,669) 
WaUlngton (pop. 9,063) 


24 

37 


86 
49 


22 
37 


39 
15 


29 
9 


Middlesex County 

Carteret (pop. 13,339) 


879 


2,243 


692 


570 


444 


47 


61 


46 


20 


11 


Weatwood (pop. 4,861) 


36 


179 


35 


30 


31 


Dunellen (pop. 5,148) 


18 


91 


15 


20 


18 


Wood Rldgo (pop. 5,159) 


18 


45 


19 


8 


7 


Higiaand Perk (pop. 6,691) 


19 


42 


19 


14 


11 


Parejnas (pop. 2,649) ~) 
Remainder of County J 


109 


200 


107 


54 


35 


Met-jchen (pop. 5,748) 


20 


56 


17 


12 


10 












Middlesex (pop. 3,504) 


6 


4 


6 


1 


2/ 














Milltown (pop. 2,994) 


7 


15 


8 


1 


1 


6\irlington County 
Beyerly (pop. 2,864) 


327 


756 


327 


142 


120 


New Brunswick (pop. 34,656) 
Perth Amboy (pop. 43,516) 


272 
272 


876 
689 


278 
262 


224 

190 


194 
136 


7 


7 


7 


— 


— 


Bordentown (pop. 4,405) 


20 


59 


21 


11 


8 


Sayreville (pop. 8,658) 


9 


13 


9 


2 


2 


Burlington (pop. 10,844) 


68 


223 


67 


38 


38 


South Amboy (pop. 8,476) 


27 


88 


28 


13 


12 


Palmyra (pop. 4,968) 


15 


61 


11 


11 


12 


South Plalnfleld (pop. 5,047) 


6 


6 


5 


1 


2/ 


Remainder of County 


216 


406 


221 


82 


62 


South River (pop. 10,759) 


60 


124 


50 


33 


21 














Woodbrldge (pop. 25,266) 


70 


109 


71 


26 


16 


Camden County 

Audubon (pop. 8,904) 


1,199 


3,487 


1,139 


869 


683 


RenElnder of County 


47 


69 


45 


13 


12 


34 


92 


34 


30 


20 


Camden (pop. 118,700) 
Clementon (pop. 2,605) 


778 
14 


2,314 
40 


721 
14 


607 
9 


480 
6 


Monmouth County 

Asbury Park (pop. 14,981) 


731 


2.043 


712 


566 


443 


164 


658 


180 


193 


147 


Colllngewood (pop. 12,723) 


58 


224 


61 


43 


50 


Belmar (pop. 3,491) 


34 


66 


34 


21 


18 


Gloucester (pop. 13,796) 


56 


174 


57 


26 


19 


Bradley Beach (pop. 3,306) 


21 


36 


21 


11 


9 


Haddonfleld (pop. 8,857) 


29 


95 


29 


27 


25 


Freehold (pop. 6,894) 


34 


104 


39 


26 


24 


Haddon Heights (pop. 5,394) 


18 


84 


15 


18 


17 


Keyport (pop. 4,940) 


36 


85 


41 


19 


15 


Llndenwold (pop. 2,523) 


4 


3 


4 


— 


— 


Long Branch (pop. 18,399) 


103 


311 


107 


96 


81 


Merchantrtlle (pop. 3,592) 


22 


108 


22 


30 


23 


Neptune (pop. 10,626) 


28 


45 


27 


11 


7 


Oaklyn (pop. 3,843) 


16 


41 


16 


14 


7 


Red Bank (pop. 11,622) 


62 


191 


49 


58 


46 


Pensauken (pop. 16,915) 


18 


36 


17 


11 


8 


Reneinder of County 


230 


528 


214 


131 


96 


Wood-Lynne (pop. 2,878) 


11 


16 


10 


4 


3 














Remainder of County 


141 


260 


139 


50 


25 


Morris County 

Boonton (pop. 6,856) 


460 


1,317 


481 


317 


265 


46 


161 


46 


48 


35 


Cape May County 

Cape May (pop, 2,637) 


213 


438 


207 


84 


75 


Butler (pop. 3,392) 
Chatham (pop. 3,869) 


20 
21 


37 

66 


18 
23 


9 
13 


8 
8 


32 


79 


33 


19 


17 


Ocean City (pop. 5,525) 


70 


166 


67 


33 


33 


Dover (pop. 10,031) 


77 


317 


77 


77 


76 


WlldwDod (pop. 5,330) 


60 


128 


67 


24 


17 


Madison (pop. 7,481) 


32 


82 


30 


24 


16 


Remainder of County 


51 


65 


50 


8 


8 


Morristown (pop. 15,197) 


134 


408 


141 


96 


87 














KockewEy (pop. 3,132) 


15 


17 


16 


3 


1 


Cumberland County 

Bridge ton (pop. 15,699) 


371 


749 


374 


208 


145 


Wharton (pop. 3,683) 
RenBlnder of County 


10 
125 


39 
188 


10 
121 


5 
40 


5 
29 


110 


205 


109 


63 


45 


MlllTlUe (pop. 14,705) 


92 


147 


91 


34 


23 














Vino land (pop. 7,556) 


117 


288 


115 


78 


56 


Ocean County 


142 


441 


150 


93 


69 


Remainder of County 


S2 


109 


59 


33 


21 














Essex County 

BelleTllle (pop. 26,974) 


5,361 


20.071 


5.178 


6,120 


6,154 


Passaic County 

Bloomlngdale (pop. 2,543) 
Clifton (pep. 46,875) 


1.842 


5,163 


1,872 


1,516 


1,256 


6 
167 


11 
392 


6 
173 


3 
122 


2 
102 


129 


280 


132 


49 


30 


Bloomfleld (pop. 38,077) 


189 


492 


186 


155 


110 


Balsdon (pop. 4,812) 


25 


36 


26 


5 


£ 


Caldwell (pop. 5,144) 


35 


121 


36 


40 


38 


Hawthorne (pop. 11,868) 


48 


96 


51 


23 


16 


East Orange (pop. 68,080) 


464 


1,693 


447 


485 


458 


Passaic (pop. 62,969) 


452 


1,180 


459 


337 


252 


Glen Ridge (pop. 7,365) 


7 


28 


7 


8 


6 


Peterson (pop. 138,513) 


1,047 


3,256 


1,058 


981 


847 


Irvlngton (pop. 56,733) 


335 


818 


334 


201 


156 


Pompton Lakes (pop. 3,104) 


17 


36 


18 


6 


9 



NumhM ol emplo: 





















V 


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SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 












CENSUS OF 




















BUSINESS 






STATE OF NEW JERSEY Continued) 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2.500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Number 

of 
islablish 




Active 




Tolil. 




Numbei 




Active 




TotJ. 


County and city 


Receipt! 


Pfo- 


Ejh. 
ployees' 


Pay RoD 


County and city 


of 
establisti 


Receipts 


Pro- 


Em. 
ployees" 


Pay Roll 




ments 


(add 000) 


prietors 




add 000 




menti 


(add 000) 


pneton 




(add 000 


Paasalc County (eoDtlnuod) 












Sussex County (continued) 












Proepect Park (pop. 5,909) 


16 


»27 


17 


2 


»3 


Newton (pop. 5,401) 


35 


$67 


38 


18 


$14 


Totowa (pop. 4,600) 


4 


4 


4 


1 


2/ 


Remainder cf County 


60 


133 


61 


32 


21 


Wanaquo (pop. 3,119) 


9 


8 


9 


— 
















West Paterson (pop. 3.101) 
RflBOBlnder of County 


3 
48 


15 
102 


3 
49 


7 
28 


20 


Onion County 

Cranford (pop. 11,126) 


1,836 


5,695 


1,806 


1,464 


1,284 


63 


214 


79 


47 


44 














Elizabeth (pop. 114,589) 


778 


2,762 


772 


670 


614 


Saleic Coiinty 
Pesna GroTe (pop. 5,895) 


122 


324 


122 


89 


61 


Oamood (pop. 3,344) 
Hillside (pop. 17,601) 


12 
77 


18 
147 


12 

78 


2 
26 


1 
16 


47 


137 


48 


46 


29 


Salem (pop. 8,047) 


29 


95 


33 


22 


17 


Linden (pop. 21,206) 


97 


231 


95 


63 


42 


Remainder of Cotmty 


46 


92 


41 


21 


15 


Plalnfleld (pop. 34,422) 


278 


900 


266 


237 


219 














Rahway (pop. 16,011) 


101 


249 


102 


72 


51 


Somerset County 

Bemardsvllle (pop. 3,336) 


254 


610 


254 


148 


124 


Roselle (pop. 13,021) 
RoseUe Park (pop. 8,969) 


53 
41 


140 
66 


50 
39 


31 
23 


21 
16 


20 


39 


21 


10 


7 


Bound Brook (pop. 7,372) 


43 


91 


43 


29 


23 


Sumolt (pop. 14,656) 


107 


392 


103 


130 


127 


ItonTllle (pop. 5,441) 


18 


27 


19 


8 


2 


Onion (pep. 16,472) 


73 


127 


74 


40 


25 


North Plalnfleld (pop. 9,760) 


51 


93 


50 


22 


17 


Westfleld (pop. 16,801) 


81 


360 


81 


98 


91 


Baritan (pop. 4,751) 


25 


33 


25 


4 


1 


Renelnder of County 


57 


89 


55 


25 


16 


Somar-rtUc [pop. 8,255) 


55 


247 


56 


66 


65 














Rmalnder of County 


42 


80 


41 


9 


9 


Warren County 

Hackettstoxn (pop. 3,038) 


178 


396 


184 


66 


42 


IB 


63 


19 


15 


10 


Sussex County 

?ranklln (pop. 4,176) 


112 


226 


116 


54 


36 


Phllllrsburg (pop. 19,255) 
Woshir^ton (pop. 4,410) 


54 

50 


141 
124 


55 
52 


20 
23 


12 
15 


17 


26 


17 


4 


1 














Remainder of County 


56 


68 


58 


10 


6 


STATE OF NEW MEXICO 


TOI/a JDR STATB 


1,169 


i3,590 


1,188 


1,102 


jeos 


McElnley County 


28 


1134 


29 


46 


838 












Callup (pop. 5,933) "I 
RerBinder of County J 


28 


134 


29 


46 


38 


Bemellllo County 


199 


754 


199 


266 


221 












Albuquerque (pop. 26,570) 


185 


740 


185 


264 


220 


Roneinder of County 


14 


14 


14 


2 


1 


More County 


13 


U 


15 


2 


1 


Catron County 


10 


' 


10 


3/ 


2/ 


Otero County 

Alamogordo (pop. 3,096) 


29 


69 


30 


11 


5 


16 


36 


16 


5 


4 


CliBTes County 


75 


326 


74 


101 


92 


Remainder of County 


13 


23 


14 


6 


1 


Rosnll (pop. 11,173) 


66 


278 


67 


79 


79 


Renfiinder of County 


10 


47 


7 


22 


13 


(Juay County 

TucuB'.cari (pop. 4,143) 


30 


82 


30 


28 


20 




26 


78 


26 


28 


20 


Colfax County 

Raton (pop, 6,090) 


50 


128 


48 


47 


34 


Remal nder of County 


4 


4 


4 


— 


— 


32 


108 


30 


45 


32 


Remainder of County 


18 


20 


16 


2 


2 


Rio Arribe County 


20 


24 


23 


10 


3 


Curry County 

Clo-rts (pop. 8,027) 


85 


356 


93 


85 


63 


Roosevelt County 

Porteles (pop. 2,519) 


31 


93 


31 


25 


17 


67 


338 


75 


78 


61 


22 


81 


23 


21 


16 


Remainder of County 


16 


18 


18 


7 


2 


Remainder of County 


9 


12 


8 


4 


2 


Da Baca County 


15 


18 


14 


7 


2 


Sandoval County 


11 


8 


12 


2 


1 


Dona Ana County 

taa Oruces (pop. 5,811) 


56 


176 


56 


64 


49 


San Juan County 


25 


36 


27 


11 


8 


34 


167 


34 


59 


46 


RsBBlnder of County 


22 


18 


22 


6 


3 


San Miguel County 

Las 7egBS (city) (pop. 4,719) 


86 


128 


90 


40 


24 


26 


50 


25 


28 


16 


Kddy County 

Cerlebed (pop. 3,708) 


48 


144 


52 


30 


28 


Las Teges ( to»n) (pop. 4,378) 
Renelnder of County 


13 
47 


58 
20 


f. 


5 


8 

1 


27 


99 


28 


18 


18 


Remainder of County 


21 


45 


24 


12 


10 














Grant County 

SllTer City (pop. 3,519) 


42 


108 


42 


48 


31 


Sante Fe County 

Sants Fe (pop. 11,176) 
Reneinder of County 


47 


150 


47 


65 


54 


47 


150 


47 


65 


54 


28 


99 


28 


47 


31 


Renal nder of County 


14 


9 


14 


1 


2/ 


























Sierra County 


3D 


57 


28 


28 


16 


Ouadalupe County 


15 


20 


17 


2 


1 


Socorro County 


22 


35 


21 


11 


6 


Hardljtg County 


13 


15 


1? 


1 


2 


























Taos County 


16 


27 


le 


8 


4 


Hidalgo County 


14 


30 


13 


13 


6 


Torrance County 


12 


13 


12 


1 


1 


Lea County 


62 


507 


58 


102 


147 
















21 


27 


21 


8 


6 


Onion County 

Clayton (pop. 2,518) 


26 


46 


24 


16 


13 


Lincoln County 


20 


45 


19 


16 


13 














Ranainder of County 


5 


1 


5 


-- 


— 


Lana County 

IXmliig (pop. 3,377) "1 
RMBslnder of County J 


18 


39 


18 


16 


10 


Valencia County 


21 


34 


£4 


6 


3 


18 


39 


18 


16 


10 

























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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABUSHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF NEW YORK 

TABLE 2, - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Kumlx. 

ol 
aublith 


Recaipto 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pio- 

pricton 


Em. 
ployKs> 


Total. 
Pay RoD 

add 000 


County and city 


ol 
Mabliah 
menu 


Recaipta 

(add 000) 


Active 
Pio- 


Em. 
ployeet- 


Total. 
Pay Ron 

add 000 


TOTAL 70B STiTX 

Albany County 

Albany (pop. 127,412) 
Colioaa (pop. 23,2Se) 
Grven leland (pop. 4,331} 
Watarrllat (pop. 16,088) 
Rualndsr of County 

Allagany county 

WallaTllle (pop. 5,S74) 
Baaalndar of County 

Bronx County 
Bronx Borough {pop. l.aes.SSe) 

Brooa* County 

Bingbamton (pop. 76,862) 
Endlcott (pop. 16,231) 
Johnson City (pop. 13,367) 
Remaindar of Coiinty 

Cattaraugus County 

Govanda (part) (pop. 2,067) 
Olaan (pop. 21,790) 
Salamanca (pop. 9,577) 
Baaalndar of County 

Cayuga County 

Auburn (pop. 36,652) 
RaBalodar of County 

Chautauqua County 

Dunkirk (pop. 17,802) 
yalconer (pop. 3,579) 
rrsdonla (pop. 5,814) 
JeBeatoan (pop. 45,155) 
SllTar Craak (pop. 3,160) 
fastflald (pop. 3,466) 
Reaalndar of County 

Chamung Coiinty 

Blmira (pop. 47,397) 
Zlnira Ealghta (pop. 5,061) 
Banaindar of County 

Chanango County 

Uorwlch (pop. 8,378) 
Bamalndar of County 

Clinton County 

Danneaora (pop. 3,348) 
plattaburg (pop. 13,349) 
Bamalndar of County 

Columbia County 

Hudson (pop. 12,357) 
Bamalndar of County 

Cortland County 
Cortland (pop. 15,043) 
Homer (pop. 3,195) 
nsmalDdar of County 

Dalavare County 

Walton (pop. 3,496) 
Bamalndar of County 

DutcbosB County 

Baacon (pop. 11,933) 
Pou^ikaapeia (pop. 40,288) 
Wapplngara laUe (pop. 3,S3«) 
Bamalndar of County 

Xrla county 

Buffalo (pop. 573,076) 
Dapav (pop. 6,536) 
Saet Aurora (pop 4,815) 
Ooianda (part) (pop. 955) 
HaabuTg (pop. 4,731) 
bvaora (pop. 16,482) 
Laekaxanna (pop. 23,948) 
Laneaatar (pop. 7,040) 
aprlncTlll* (pop. 2,540) 
Tonavanda (pop. 12,681} 
flUiamiTlUa (pop. 3,114) 
Sloan (pop. 3,482) "1 
BMUblndar of County J 

laaax County 

Laka Plaeld (pop. 2,930) 
Tlaoidaroga (pop. 3,680) 
Saranac Laka (part) (pop. 2,061} 
Bamalndar of County 


86,479 


t4S8,474 


86,539 


121,522 


1140,014 


franklin County 
Halona (pop. 8,6571 
Saranao Laka (part1(pop. 5,959} 
Tuppar Lake (pop. 5,271) 
Aamaiader of County 

Fulton County 

DolgaTllla (part) (pop. 184) 
OloraraTtlla (pop. 23,099} 
Johnatown (pop. 10,601) 
Bamalndar of County 

Oanaaaa County 

BataTla (pop. 17,375} 
La Roy (pop. 4,474) 
Ramalndor of County 

Oraana County 
Cataklll (pop. 5,082} 
Baaainder of County 

Hamilton County 

Harklmar County 

DolgaTilla (part) (pop. 3,125} 
rrankfort (pop. 4,203} 
Harklmar (pop. 10,446} 
Ilion (pop. 9,890) 
Uttla nlla (pop. 11,105) 
Hohaik (pop. 2,835) 
Raaaalndar of Coiinty 

Jaffaraon County 
Carthaga (pop. 4,460} 
fatartoan (pop. 32,205) 
Ramalndar of County 

Kinga County 

Brooklyn Borough (pop. 2,560,40]) 

Lawia County 

lowTllla (pop. 3,424} 
Ramalndar of County 

LlTingaton County 
DaaaTllla (pop. 4,928) 
Mount Iferrla (pop. 3,238) 
Bamalndar of County 

Uadlsou County 

Cenaatota (pop. 4,235} 
Onaida (pop. 10,538) 
Raoaindar of County 

Monroa County 

Brockport (pop. 3,5U) 
laat Rochaater (pop. 6,627) 
Talrport (pop. 4,604) 
Irondanuolt (pop. 18,024) 
Rochoatar (pop. 328,132} 
Ramalndar of County 

Montgonary County 

Amstardam (pop. 34,817) 
Canajoharla (pop. 2,519} 
JOrt Plain (pop. 2,725} 
Rmaaindar of County 

Raaaau County 

Cadarhurat (pop. 5,066) 
Baat Rookaway (pop. 4,840) 
Farmiogdala (pop. 3,373} 
rioral Park (pop. 10,016} 
iraeport (pop. 15,467) 
Oardan City (pop. 7,180} 
Olan Cora (pop. 11,480} 
Craat Hack (pop. 4,010) 
Banpataad (pop. 12,650} 
Lawranea (pop. 3,041) 
long Baaoh (pop. 5,817} 
I^rnhrook (pop. 11,993) 
lUnaola (pop. 6,155} 
Haw Hyda Park (pop. 3,814} 
&>akTilla Cantra (pop. 13,718) 
Saa Cliff (pop. 3,48«) 
Tallay Straam (pop. 11,790) 
Williaton Park (pop. 4,427) 
Raoaindar of County 

law Tortc County 
Manhattan ■orough(pop.l,e67,812} 

Niagara County 

Loekport (pop. 23,160) 
Hiagara nlla (pop. 75,4*0) 
Korth Tonawanda (pop. 19,019} 
Baaaiadar of CnamtT 


229 


t470 


288 


98 


»74 


1,133 


5,ses 


1,113 


1,677 


1,661 


62 

50 
21 
98 

216 


184 
85 

121 

865 


56 
20 
98 

246 


82 
11 
27 

161 


23 

7 
19 


90S 
90 
12 
64 

62 

179 


4,766 
213 
22 
124 
151 

310 


883 
90 
11 
67 
62 

183 


1,577 
39 
S 
18 
88 

65 


l,67e 
27 
2 

37 


140 
60 
16 

148 


468 
169 
38 

378 


149 
76 
21 

168 


106 
47 
8 

71 


79 
32 

6 

78 


34 

145 

9,015 


107 
203 

31,169 


148 
9,282 


25 
40 

6.152 


14 
28 

5.732 


SO 
21 
47 


158 
25 
196 


87 
22 
49 


38 

3 
32 


26 
3 
45 


9,015 
643 


31,169 

2.001 


9,282 

677 


6,152 
416 


6,732 
3«S 


421 
87 
«6 
70 

267 


1,456 
235 
161 
U9 

657 


440 

94 
72 
71 

281 


S25 
43 
30 
18 

145 


289 

41 
22 

IS 

94 


40 
76 

9 

296 


85 

144 

16 
599 


43 

78 

10 
811 


18 
IS 

6 

121 


11 

8 

4 
77 


22 

117 
40 
88 

269 


52 
385 

70 
150 

728 


24 

124 
42 
91 

286 


14 
92 
18 
21 

169 


5 
67 
10 
12 

108 


18 
18 
65 
61 
83 
14 
48 

637 


44 

38 
125 
138 
163 
27 
88 

1,262 


17 
18 
70 
56 
88 
17 
47 

568 


10 
7 
24 
22 
38 
7 
15 

242 


5 
3 
17 
18 
23 
4 
7 

187 


200 
69 

532 


567 
161 

1,392 


213 
73 

558 


130 

29 

368 


88 
20 

286 


35 

309 

193 

17.362 


85 
848 
331 

61.161 


41 
320 
202 

17.552 


13 
176 
54 

16.811 


9 
149 
29 

13.196 


81 

19 
27 

247 
14 
21 

123 

328 


146 

23 
85 

851 
19 
45 

22S 

1.070 


84 
18 
31 

255 
17 
23 

130 

348 


29 
7 

U 

253 

1 

12 

55 

241 


16 

3 
11 
208 
1 
9 
38 

235 


17,382 
67 


61,181 
158 


17,552 
70 


18,811 
29 


13,196 


24 
48 

135 


75 
83 

232 


27 
43 

150 


17 
12 

44 


14 

4 

25 


268 
21 

59 

142 


942 
39 
89 

267 


281 
23 
44 

153 


225 
6 
10 

47 


226 
5 

4 

31 


19 
16 
100 

152 


44 

35 
153 

324 


21 
15 
114 

172 


10 
6 
28 

61 


7 
3 
15 

40 


63 

79 

177 


U7 
150 

407 


<S 
83 

190 


19 
28 

96 


14 

17 

94 


22 
45 

85 

2,157 


58 
121 
150 

7,422 


24 
52 

96 

2,191 


19 
25 

1.808 


5 
12 
23 

1.696 


« 

71 
100 

273 


10 
245 
152 

544 


5 
77 
108 

283 


3 
57 
36 

107 


1 
41 
52 

74 


-^26 

20 
33 
20 
1,939 
120 

280 


48 
38 
84 
40 
6,977 
240 

750 


25 
20 
33 
20 
1,967 
126 

303 


15 
2 
16 
10 
1,728 
39 

128 


6 
2 

24 

6 

1,636 

22 

79 


128 
145 

163 


357 
187 

399 


133 
150 

175 


70 
37 

91 


S3 

21 

82 


109 
11 
43 

187 


297 
43 

59 

323 


117 
13 
46 

187 


79 
4 
8 

69 


54 

4 
4 

48 


202 
11 
26 
42 

1,800 


548 
19 
79 

104 

7,823 


218 
13 
29 

1,832 


100 
2 
13 
18 

1.924 


81 

1 
7 
10 

1.860 


12 
176 

496 


31 

292 

1,790 


11 
176 

815 


6 
63 

421 


8 

40 

420 


'67 
15 
25 
80 

132 
21 
79 
80 

161 
31 
68 
86 
69 
25 
88 
IS 
39 
19 

708 

»,327 


802 
77 
96 
877 
674 
282 
291 
334 
788 
289 
262 
842 
458 
40 
4U 
118 
187 
62 
2.499 

252.652 


76 
15 
26 
82 

137 
20 
87 
82 

150 
31 
66 
91 
68 
23 
•0 
18 
41 
21 

713 

B4.213 


66 
25 
21 
81 

148 
48 
61 
98 

200 
28 
68 
95 

119 
10 

116 
31 
42 
15 

837 

71.379 


79 
22 
14 
71 

167 
88 
81 
88 

208 
S7 
51 
81 

165 
8 

112 
39 
32 

u 

603 
16.045 


56 

286 
18 
136 

3.606 


159 

1,207 

44 

380 


56 
299 

19 
141 

3,609 


33 

310 
4 
74 

3.279 


27 

320 

3 

70 

3,017 


3,067 
24 
42 
10 
18 
54 
80 

as 

11 

44 

13 

197 
109 


10,529 
21 

110 
23 
71 

1*1 

103 
81 
20 

139 
«3 

363 

222 


3,068 
23 

43 
11 
29 

81 
78 
28 
10 
50 
23 

200 
118 


3,040 
4 
IT 
4 
14 
62 
IS 
11 
1 
88 
12 

68 
4S 


2,836 
2 

IS 
1 
9 

42 
8 
9 
2 

24 

12 

39 

38 


J6,S27 
554 


252,652 
1.267 


24,213 
581 


71,379 
254 


96,045 
219 


IS 
IB 


60 
S» 

U3 


12 
18 
88 


17 
8 
18 


21 
6 
11 


ir9- 

810 
82 


333 

7U 
138 

8S 


133 
317 
85 
46 


81 
148 

17 

e 


sa 

139 



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CENSUS OF 
























BUSINESS 






STATE OF NEW YORK (Continued) 














TABLE 2. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 














FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Number 




Adire 




Total. 




Number 




Active 


Em 
ployee." 


Total, 


County and city 


of 
sstabli^ 


Receipta 


Pk>- 
piiaion 


Em. 
ployeea* 


Pay Roll 


County and city 


o( 
ettablith 


ReceipU 


Pro- 
prittor. 


Pay RoO 




menu 


(idd 000) 




lit 000 




menu 


(>dd 000) 




Udd 000 


Onalda County 
Haw Toi* Mllla (pop. 4.006) 


1,086 


*3,184 


i.ue 


736 


t«96 


Sohuylar Co\mty 

Watklna Qlan (pop. 2,956) 


45 


»87 


47 


16 


»9 


8 


13 


s 


1 


1/ 


27 


66 


29 


12 


7 


Bom (pop. 3£,338) 


13S 


338 


145 


79 


62 


Bamalndar of County 


18 


21 


18 


4 


2 


mioa (pop. 101,740) 


736 


2,448 


743 


586 


599 














■hltoaboro (pop. 3,375) 
ToitTllla (pop. 3,406) 


10 
5 


20 

5 


11 
5 


2 


«/ 


Seneca County 

Seneca Falls (pop. 6,443) 


83 


189 


S3 


38 


26 


37 


95 


35 


18 


13 


Banalndar of County 


192 


360 


200 


68 


35 


Waterloo (pop. 4,047) 


23 


50 


25 


13 


10 














Remainder of County 


23 


44 


23 


7 


3 


Ononda^ County 

Baiawlnanlla (pop. 3,B45) 
bit Syracuse (pop. 4,646) 


1.389 


4,791 


1.366 


1.362 


1.272 


Steuben County 
Bath (pop. 4,015) 


339 


813 


363 


140 


115 


2« 

11 


58 

15 


27 
U 


5 
2 


5 
1 


31 


83 


28 


23 


19 


SolTay (pop. 7,986) 


29 


52 


29 


U 


6 


Canlsteo (pop. 2,548) 


12 


25 


12 


3 


2/ 


Syracuaa (pop. 209,326) 


1,193 


4,416 


1,184 


1,305 


1,243 


Coming (pop. 15,777) 


85 


201 


93 


25 


20 


Beaalsder of County 


130 


251 


136 


39 


17 


Homell (pop. 16,350] 


98 


328 


107 


73 


63 














Bamaiader of County 


113 


176 


123 


16 


13 


Ontario County 

Canandalgiia (pop. 7,541) 
Oanara (pop. 16,053) 


179 


472 


195 


93 


69 


Suffolk County 

Amityrllle (pop. 4,437) 


773 


2,637 


792 


627 


490 


42 
78 


91 
261 


46 

89 


13 
61 


9 
48 


37 


119 


38 


28 


25 


Bamalndar of County 


59 


120 


60 


19 


12 


Babylon (pop. 4,342) 


32 


115 


32 


27 


26 














Owenport (pop. 3,062) 


22 


167 


21 


43 


57 


Ormnga County 

Ooahan (pop. 2,891) 


614 


1.721 


652 


965 


294 


Llndenhurat (pop. 4,040) 
Northport (pop. 2,628) 


28 
22 


134 
100 


30 
21 


24 
23 


20 

21 


18 


54 


19 


10 


8 


Hlgnland FaUa (pop. 2,910) 


17 


61 


18 


8 


7 


Fatchogue (pop. 6,860) 


76 


232 


86 


67 


48 


lUddlatom (pop. 21,276) 


120 


421 


129 


90 


76 


Sag Harbor (pop. 2,773) 


18 


23 


18 


4 


2 


Hawturgh (pop. 31,276) 


225 


692 


233 


163 


137 


Southajipton (pop. 3,737) 


31 


153 


32 


26 


25 


Port Jarrla (pop. 10,243) 


62 


163 


72 


28 


18 


Bamalndar of County 


507 


1,544 


514 


285 


264 


■aldan (pep. 4,283) 


24 


41 


28 


9 


5 














Baaalndar of County 


148 


299 


153 


67 


43 


SulllTan County 

Liberty (pop. 3,427) 


211 


536 


219 


137 


101 


23 


68 


26 


21 


16 


Orlaans County 

Albion (pop. 4,878) 


131 


266 


141 


63 


37 


Monticello (pop. 3,450) 
Ramaindor of County 


45 
143 


162 
306 


42 
151 


46 
68 


34 
51 


43 


107 


47 


20 


13 


Ibdlu (pop. 6,071) 


«0 


66 


44 


14 


6 














Hanalndar of County 


48 


93 


50 


29 


18 


Tioga County 


98 


240 


103 


48 


29 














Oaego (pop. 1.742) 


30 


84 


31 


16 


12 


Osirego County 
Tulton (pop. 12,462) 


328 


666 


340 


128 


65 


WoTerly (pop. 5,662) 
Bamainder of County 


40 
28 


99 
57 


46 
27 


16 
16 


10 
7 


56 


164 


6£ 


37 


20 


Oaa«go (pop. 22,652) 


147 


277 


148 


48 


30 














Bamalndar of County 


126 


224 


130 


43 


15 


Tompkina County 


164 


644 


173 


156 


140 














Ithaca (pop. 20,708) 


115 


548 


122 


141 


133 


Otaego County 

Cooparstom (pop. 2,909) 


182 


678 


196 


136 


94 


Bamalndar of County 


49 


96 


51 


15 


7 


21 


82 


26 


20 


8 


Onaonta (pop. 12,536) 
Bamalndar of County 


68 
93 


298 
198 


71 
100 


67 
29 


69 

17 


Ulster County 

SllenTllle (pop. 3,280) 


409 


1.031 


443 


197 


166 


28 


67 


32 


7 


6 














Kingston (pop. 28,088) 


206 


698 


225 


116 


111 


Putnam County 


61 


166 


63 


46 


29- 


Saugertles (pop. 4,060) 


24 


67 


27 


14 


10 














Bamainder of County 


151 


299 


159 


60 


39 


Quaana County 

Quaana Borough (pop. 1,079,129) 


6,610 


23.999 


6.578 


5.524 


5.288 


Warren County 

Olens Falls (pop. 18,531) 


135 


431 


135 


98 


99 


6,610 


23,999 


6,578 


5,624 


6,288 


88 


322 


88 


86 


88 


Banesalaar County 
Hooaldc ralla (pop. 4,755) 


610 


1.758 


626 


368 


310 


Bamainder of County 


47 


109 


47 


12 


11 


30 


46 


31 


7 


3 


Banaaalaar (pop. 11,223) 
Troy (pop. 72,763) 


48 
479 


108 
1,494 


49 

497 


23 

327 


14 
270 


Waahington County 

Fort Edward (pop. 3,850) 


173 


274 


181 


48 


25 


1» 


ai 


18 


4 


4 


Bamalndar of County 


63 


111 


49 


31 


23 


Granville (pop. 3,483) 


18 


36 


19 


7 


3 














Hudson Falls (pop. 6,449) 


36 


70 


39 


10 


8 


Blcbmond County 

Elebaond Borough (pop. 158,346) 


809 


2.226 


819 


444 


421 


Whitehall (pop. 5.191) 
Bamainder of County 


20 
82 


49 
98 


20 
86 


11 
16 


3 

7 


809 


2,226 


819 


444 


421 


Boofclaad County 

Hararatraw (pop. 5,621) 


234 


788 


23£ 


134 


140 


Wayne County 
Lyons (pop. 3,956) 


139 


403 


210 


72 


45 


36 


133 


3« 


18 


20 


25 


52 


33 


7 


4 


Nyaok (pop. 5,392) 


66 


318 


60 


56 


70 


Sewark (pop. 7,649) 


29 


84 


30 


17 


15 


Spring Valley (pop. 3,948) 


26 


76 


29 


16 


12 


Palmyra (pop. 2,592) 


22 


48 


24 


4 


2 


Suffam (pop. 3,767) 


32 


104 


34 


26 


21 


Bamainder of County 


113 


219 


123 


44 


24 


lest HaTaratrax (pap. 2,854) 


8 


6 


8 


_. 


.. 














Bamalndar of County 


66 


151 


65 


18 


17 


Westchester County 

BronlTiUe (pop. 6,387) 


3.079 


13.008 


3077 


3.284 


3.417 


64 


610 


49 


150 


170 


St. Lawranoa County 
Canton (pop. 2,822) 


573 


948 


597 


206 


140 


Dobbs Fsrry (pop. 5,741) 
Elmflford (pop. 2,935) 


36 
18 


133 
61 


35 

17 


22 

10 


21 
20 


39 


82 


41 


12 


6 


aouTaraaur (pop. 4,015} 


42 


76 


45 


12 


8 


Haatings-on-Hudson (pop. 7,097) 


26 


70 


22 


21 


20 


HaaaaDa (pop. 10,637) 


47 


93 


48 


17 


12 


Irvlngton (pop. 3,067) 


7 


11 


7 


3 


2 


OgdanabuTg (pop. 16,915) 


111 


241 


112 


56 


55 


Larchmont (pop. 6,282) 


70 


349 


69 


102 


106 


Potsdam (pop. 4,136) 


63 


164 


68 


67 


38 


UamaTOneek (pop. 11,766) 


60 


254 


59 


70 


68 


Bsoalnder of County 


271 


292 


283 


44 


21 


Mount Kiaco (pop. 5.127) 


43 


112 


42 


17 


17 














Mount Tamon (pop. 61,499) 


481 


2,112 


494 


607 


552 


Saratoga County 

Eallaton Spa (pop. 4,591) 


281 


1,010 


296 


118 


66 


New Bochelle (pop. 54,000) 
North Pelham (pop. 4,890) 


362 
32 


1,679 
87 


369 
31 


419 
26 


415 
17 


42 


60 


47 


9 


5 


Corinth (pop. 2,613) 


16 


19 


17 


2 


1 


North Tarrytown (pop. 7,417} 


32 


74 


31 


16 


15 


ttoohanlenlle (pop. 7,924) 


45 


100 


48 


23 


10 


Oaelning (pop. 15,241) 


85 


286 


82 


78 


68 


Saratoga Springe (pop. 13,169) 


98 


671 


104 


64 


61 


PeekakiU (pop. 17,125) 


U4 


288 


U9 


63 


49 


South Clans Falls (pop. 2,689) 


12 


17 


11 


2 


1 


Pelham Manor (pop. 4,908) 


11 


36 


8 


11 


12 


■aterford (pop. 2,921) 


19 


40 


19 


6 


4 


PleasantTllle (pop. 4,540) 


36 


134 


37 


29 


23 


Biaalnder of County 


4« 


103 


49 


10 


• 


Port Chester (pop. 22,662) 


163 


469 


164 


101 


87 














Bye (pop. 8,712) 


50 


300 


46 


74 


75 


Setaa&eotady County 

Sebaaaotsdy (pop. 95,692) 


58£ 


1.495 


599 


S87 


302 


Soarsdala (pop. 9,690) 
Tarrytown (pop. 6,841) 


41 
45 


274 
197 


33 
47 


77 
32 


94 

36 


S25 


1,391 


538 


364 


264 


Saotia (pop. 7,437) 


36 


86 


39 


21 


17 


Tuokahoe (pop. 6,138) 


45 


141 


46 


47 


34 


BaaalBdar of County 


22 


19 


22 


2 


1 


White Plains (pop. 36,830) 


358 


2,271 


348 


620 


792 














Tonkars (pop. 134,646) 


705 


2,518 


729 


639 


see 


Ooklaaklll (pop. 2,994) 


B4 


139 


S< 


It 


19 


Bamainder of County 


196 


642 


193 


150 


136 


24 


76 


ti 


14 


U 


»— Hflir of County 


30 


S3 


31 


U 


8 















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SERVICE ESTABUSHMENrS: ■ 1935 
STATE OF NEW YORK iContinuKli 

TABLE 2. ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2;50O OR MORE INHABITANTS 








County and city 


Number 

of 
stabliih 
menu 


Receipt* 

(add 0001 


Aclive 
Pro- 
prietors 


Em 
ployees- 


Totil. 
P«y Rob 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

of 
eitablilh 
rnent* 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 
Pro- 
prietor* 


Em. 
ployee*' 


Total, 
Pay Roll 

[add 000 


Wyoming County 

Perry (pop. 4,231) 
Warsaw (wo. 3,47?) 
Remaini; r Oi. county 


120 


$226 


122 


35 


*26 


Yate9 pouoty 

Peim,yan (pop. 5,329) 
Remainder of County 


36 


»104 


.T6 


.12 


»1R 


■ -a 

25 
73 


40 
60 
126 


24 

26 
72 


6 
10 

19 


5 
7 
14 


24 
12 


74 
30 


26 
10 


26 
4 


14 

4 


STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 












TOTAL FOR ST^TE 

Alamance County 

Burlington (pop. 9,737) 
Groiiam (pop. 2,972) 
Remainder of County 

Alexander County 

Alleghany County 

Anaon County 

Wadesboro (pop. 3,124) 
Remainder of County 

Ashe County 

Avery County 

Beaufort County 

WeshlDfiton (pop. 7,035) 
Remainder of County 

Bertie County 

Bladen County 

Brunswick County 

Buncombe County 

Afiheville (pop. 50.193) 
Reanainder of County 

Burke County 

Morganton (pop. 6,001) 
Remainder of Coiinty 

Cabarrus County 

Concord (pop. 11,820) 
Remainder of County 

Caldwell County 

Lenoir (pop. 6,532) 
Remainder of Coxinty 

Camden County 

Carteret County 

iieaufort (pop, 2,957) 
llOrehead City (pop. 3,4B3) 
RemaiLder of County 

Caswell County 

Catawba County 

Hickory (pop. 10,583) 
Newton (pop. 4,394) 
Remainder of County 

Chatham County 

Cherokee County 

Chowan County 

Edenton (pop. 3,563) 
Remainder of County 

Clay County 

Cleveland County 

Kings Mountain (pop. 5,632) 
Saielby {pop, 10,789) 
Remainder of County 

Columbus County 

Craven County 

New Bern (pop. U,9ai) 
Remainder of County 

Cumberland County 

rayettevllle (pop. 13,049) 
Remainder of County 


8,141 


119,877 


8,264 


10,493 


$5,941 


Currituck Cotinty 

Dare County 

Davidson County 

Lexington (pop. 9,662) 
Thomeavllle (pop. 10,090) 
Remainder of County 

Davie County 

Duplin County 

Du-rhan County 

Durham (pop, 52,037) 
Remalniier of County 

Edgecombe County 

Rocky Mount (part) (pop. 10,022) 
Tarboro (pop, 6,379) 
Remainder of Coiinty 

Forsyth County 

Wlnston-Salem (pop. 75,274) 
Remainder of County 

Franklin County 

Gaston County 

Belmont (pop. 4,121) 
Bessemer City (pop. 3,739) 
Cherryvllle (pop. 2,756) 
Castonla (pop. 17,093) 
Remainder of County 

Gates County 

Graham County 

' Granville County 

Oxford (pop. 4,101) 
Remainder of County 

Greene County 

Guilford County 

Greensboro (pop. 53,569) 
High Point (pop. 36,745) 
Remainder of County 

Halifax County 

Roanoke Rapids (pop. 3,404) 
Remainder of County 

Harnett County 
Dunn (pop. 4,668) 
Remainder of County 

Haywood County 

Canton (pop, 6,117) 
Remnlnder of Co\inty 

Henderson County 
Hendersonvllle (pop, 6,070) 
Remainder of County 

Hertford County 

Hoke County 

Qjrde County 

Iredell County 
Mooresvllle (pop. 6,619) 
StatesTllle (pop. 10,490) 
Remainder of County 

Jackson County 

Johnston Co\inty 
Smlthfleld (pop. 2,643) 
Remainder of County 


23 
U 
104 


»19 
17 
222 


20 
10 

101 


28 

8 

101 


*5 

4 
50 


Ul 


315 


127 


130 


95 


53 
17 
41 

£1 

41 

33 


212 
36 

67 

37 
68 
80 


58 
20 
49 

25 

46 

34 


92 
14 
24 

15 

42 

48 


69 

9 
17 

8 

13 

20 


47 
31 
26 

47 

60 

160 


109 
89 
24 

64 

69 
775 


48 
85 

28 

51 
63 
158 


31 
59 

11 

39 
44 

379 


15 
31 
4 

14 

15 
271 


17 
16 

SB 

8 

84 


62 
18 

29 

6 

179 


17 

17 

32 
9 
90 


29 
19 

13 
124 


15 
5 

6 
53 


146 
14 

82 


736 
39 

220 


144 
14 

89 


326 
53 

121 


255 
16 

56 


38 
27 
17 

341 


131 

70 
19 

1,226 


46 

26 
15 

347 


63 
42 
16 

501 


31 
22 

3 

388 


38 
46 

133 
56 
16 

270 


105 
74 

97 

65 

20 

931 


41 
49 

143 
60 
IB 

267 


67 
57 

112 
93 
20 

384 


36 
18 

21 

22 

6 

289 


299 
42 

66 

170 


1,160 
66 

106 

434 


304 

43 

68 
186 


474 
27 

66 

213 


375 

13 

38 
136 


12 
6 
20 
73 
59 

11 

66 

50 


49 

10 
46 
247 
83 

20 

53 

121 


15 
6 
21 
87 
69 

11 

66 

49 


25 
2 
14 
128 
44 

20 

36 

98 


21 

1 

n 

83 
20 

4 

12 

36 


219 
51 

54 


861 
70 

122 


212 
55 

58 


353 
31 

60 


271 
18 

35 


24 

30 

117 


79 
43 

260 


27 
31 

119 


34 

26 

127 


22 

13 

92 


62 

55 

60 


165 
95 

113 


60 
69 

58 


79 
46 

62 


67 
35 

37 


23 

27 

15 
383 


86 
36 

30 

1.756 


26 
23 

14 

373 


38 
57 

14 

695 


23 
IS 

8 

576 


27 
33 

£3 

52 


73 
40 

U 

99 


25 

33 

26 
54 


35 
27 

10 

44 


24 
13 

2 

21 


213 
137 
33 

204 


1,067 
647 
62 

349 


204 
138 
31 

190 


449 
224 
22 

155 


376 
188 
12 

56 


17 
29 
6 

11 

108 


43 
51 
5 

13 

243 


17 
30 
7 

11 

121 


26 
16 
2 

6 

133 


14 
6 
1 

3 

72 


19 
185 

88 


37 
312 

131 


16 
174 

89 


21 
134 

104 


12 
46 

43 


44 

21 
43 

38 

51 

31 


135 

50 
68 

74 

101 

40 


44 
23 
54 

38 

48 

32 


67 
27 
39 

28 

51 

31 


46 
17 
9 

14 

22 

9 


35 
53 

49 


78 
53 

140 


37 
52 

49 


61 
43 

64 


27 

16 

36 


21 
28 

60 


56 
84 

112 


21 
28 

63 


30 
34 

54 


19 
17 

31 


42 

18 

38 
23 
59 
146 


97 

15 

66 
37 
41 
366 


44 
19 

32 

24 

57 


45 
9 

46 

24 

66 

170 


29 
2 

16 

9 

15 

86 


16 

15 

11 
81 


33 
7 

5 

Ell 


18 
14 

12 

84 


12 
19 

1 

104 


7 
2 

67 


16 
49 

16 

108 
75 


37 
157 
17 

120 

178 


17 
49 
18 

104 

80 


15 

85 

4 

91 
84 


9 
47 

1 

38 
52 


26 
79 
43 

34 

123 


84 
214 

68 

32 
169 


31 
79 
39 

36 

124 


33 
86 
51 

30 

U6 


23 
62 
11 

10 

46 


61 
14 

103 


162 
16 

307 


64 
16 

98 


78 
6 

167 


51 

1 

106 


16 
107 


43 
146 


17 
107 


23 

93 


14 
32 


73 
30 


277 
30 


71 
27 


145 
12 


102 
6 



u) 2/L«i lK»n $500. 



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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA Conimuea 

TABLE 2. - ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 



Numb 

of 
stablish 



Tones County 

Lee Coxioty 

Sanford (pop, 4,253) 
Hemalnder of County 

Lenoir County 

Klneton (pop. U,362) 
Hamelnder of County 

Lincoln County 

Llncolnton (pop. 3,781) 
Remainder of County 

HcDowell County 

Macon County 

Itadlson County 

Martin County 

Wllllemflton (pop. 2,731) 
Remainder of County 

Uecklenburg County 

Charlotte (pop. 82,675) 
Remainder of County 

MltcbeU County 

Montgomery County 

Moore County 

Southern Pines (pop. 3,330) 
Remainder of County 

Nash County 

Roclcy Mount (part) (pop. 11,390) 
Remainder of County 

New Hanover County 

Wllmlneton (pop. 32,270) 
Remainder of County 

Northampton County 

Onslow County 

Orange Coxmty 

Chapel Hill (pop, 2,699) 
Remainder of County 

Pamlico County 

Pasquotank County 

Ellzabetb City (pop. 10,037) 
Remainder of County 

Fender County 

Perquimans County 

Person Comity 

Roxboro (pop. 3,657) 
Remainder of County 

Pitt County 

Greenville (pop, 9,194) 
Remainder of County 



Rendolph County 

Asheboro (pop, 5,021) 
Remainder of County 



Receipti 

(add 0001 



Total. 
Pay RoU 



Richmond County 

Raoaet (pop. 4,801) 
RockinghaQ (pop, 2,906) 
Remainder of County 

Robeson County 

Lumberton (pop. 4,140) 
Remainder of Cotinty 

Rockingham County 

Reidevllle (pop. 6.851) 
Remainder of County 

Rowan County 

Salisbury (pop. 16,951) 
Spencer (pop. 3,128) 
Ramalader of County 

Rutherford County 

7orest City (pop. 4,069) 
Spindale (pop. 3,066) 
Remainder of County 

Sampson County 

Clinton (pop. 2,712) 
RamalLder of County 

Scotland County 

Laurlnburg (pop. 3,312) 
Remainder of County 

Stanly County 

Albemarle (pop. 3,493) 
Remainder of County 

Stokes County 

Surry County 

Mt, Airy (pop. 6,045) 
Remainder of County 

Swain County 

Tranaylvanle County 

Tyrrell County 

Union County 

Monroe (pop. 6,100) 
Remainder of County 

Vance County 

Henderson (pop, 6,345) 
Remainder of County 

Wake County 

Raleigh (pop. 37,379) 
Remainder of County 

Warren County 

Washington Coxinty 

ttotauge County 

Wayne County 

Goldsboro (pop. 14,965) 
Mount Olive (pop. 2,685) 
Remainder of County 

Wilkes County 

North Wllkesboro (pop. 3,668} 
Remainder of County 

Wilson County 

Wilson (pop. 12,613) 
Remainder of County 

Yadkin County 

Tencey County 



Receipts 

(add OOP) 



Pro- 
prielon 



Total « 
Pay RoU 



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BUSINESS 






STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














NumWr 




Active 




ToUj. 




Number 




Active 




Total, 


County and city 


of 
»tabluh 


Recapli 


Pnv 


Em- 
ployees* 


Pay RoU 


County and city 


of 
esUblialv 


ReceipU 


Pio- 
prieton 


Em- 
ployee>< 


Pay Roll 




ments 


(add 0001 


prieton 




add 000 




mente 


(add 0001 




(add 000 


TOTAL FOR 3IATK 


2,S7t 


tS,002 


2,635 


1,272 


$895 


Itoreer County 
llorton County 


35 
64 


*48 

151 


39 
66 


5 
43 


♦6 
33 


20 


24 


19 


7 


4 












ltaB«an (pop. 5,037) 


26 


104 


26 


41 


32 


Banus County 

7«ll«y Olty (pop. 5,268) 


86 


1S6 


83 


39 


23 


Ramalnder of County 


38 


47 


40 


£ 


1 


44 


UO 


42 


36 


22 


R«aalnd«r of County 


42 


46 


41 


3 


1 


Mountrail County 


49 


56 


46 


10 


9 


B«n*on County 


42 


44 


43 


6 


3 


Halaon County 


54 


78 


52 


29 


10 


BlUln«« County 


-- 


- 


-- 


- 


- 


OliTor County 


7 


12 


7 


2 


1 


Bottineau County 


51 


62 


51 


9 


4 


Pembina County 


57 


". 


69 


11 


8 


Boman County 


30 


36 


31 


8 


5 


Fierce Coijnty 


33 


51 


34 


5 


3 


Burka County 


34 


31 


32 


7 


2 


Ramfley County 


65 


170 


68 


44 


32 










DerUs Lake (pop. 5,451) 


41 


142 


44 


42 


SO 


Burlelgb County 


82 


273 


85 


95 


72 


Remainder of County 


24 


28 


24 


2 


2 


Bismarck (pop. U,090) 


69 


268 


72 


95 


72 














Bsoaaindar of Coun*7 


13 


S 


13 


~ 


— 


Ranaom County 


49 


83 


50 


15 


12 


Caaa County 

7argo (pop. 26,619) 


243 


863 


245 


328 


255 


RenTilla County 


13 


18 


13 


3 


1 


179 


793 


176 


316 


249 


Bamalndar of County 


64 


70 


69 


12 


6 


Richland County 

Wahpeton (pop. 3,176) 


75 


162 


76 


36 


20 


27 


91 


27 


29 


16 


CaTaller County 


39 


49 


40 


8 


5 


Remainder of County 


48 


61 


49 


7 


4 


Dickey County 


46 


79 


48 


13 


7 


Rolette County 


24 


49 


22 


8 


5 


DlTlda County 


31 


51 


31 


8 


6 


Sargent County 


40 


53 


41 


9 


6 


Dunn County 


22 


24 


20 


5 


4 


Sheridan County 


33 


49 


33 


5 


3 


Bddy County 


35 


60 


36 


IX ' 


8 


Sioux County 


8 


7 


8 


3/ 


2/ 


Ennona Coiinty 


32 


37 


32 


6 


3 


Slope County 


8 


4 


' 


— 


— 


Footer County 


30 


56 


30 


7 


6 


Stark County 

Dickinson (pop. 5,025) 


40 


113 


39 


24 


20 


24 


97 


21 


23 


19 


Golden Valley County 


22 


28 


24 


4 


2 


Remainder of County 


16 


16 


18 


1 


1 


Grand Porica County 


122 


402 


132 


125 


92 


Steele County 


23 


28 


22 


12 


8 


Grand Forks (pop. l'',112) 


85 


356 


94 


U7 


86 














Heaalndor of County 


37 


4« 


38 


8 


g 


Stutsnan County 


80 


177 


87 


38 


24 






JemsatoiBn (pop. 8,187] 


51 


147 


57 


34 


23 


Grant County 


23 


24 


22 


4 


4 


Remainder of County 


29 


30 


30 


4 


1 


Grlgga County 


23 


30 


23 


6 


2 


Tomer County 


43 


54 


44 


16 


5 


Hettinger County 


33 


49 


35 


6 


3 


Traill County 


60 


84 


60 


17 


9 


Kidder County 


32 


28 


32 


5 


2 


Valah County 

Grafton (pop. 3,136) 


65 


U7 


69 


25 


16 


16 


47 


18 


12 


8 


La Uoure County 


43 


58 


44 


7 


3 


Remainder of County 


49 


70 


51 


13 


8 


Logan County 


22 


22 


22 


2 


1 


Ward County 

Uinot (pop. 16,099) 


173 


419 


186 


105 


83 


116 


369 


130 


100 


80 


MeHanry County 


46 


53 


49 


7 


4 


Remainder of County 


57 


50 


56 


5 


3 


Hclntoah County 


31 


40 


29 


U 


8 


Wells County 


61 


73 


61 


9 


6 


UeKenzle County 


22 


38 


25 


8 


7 


WiUiams County 

WiUlston (pop. 5,106) 


86 


186 


91 


37 


31 


43 


151 


48 


34 


30 


UoLaan County 


89 


77 


90 


22 


10 


Baoalnder of County 


43 


35 


43 


3 


1 





















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BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF OHIO 

TABLE 2. ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 










County and city 


Numbe 

of 
stablifth 
menu 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pn>- 

prieton 


Em- 
ployees- 


Toul. 
Pay Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


of 
establish 


Receipts 

(add 0001 


Active 

Pfo. 

prieton 


Em. 
ployees* 


Total, 
Pay Roll 

(add 000 


TOTAL FOR 3TAIS 

Mams Comity 

Allan Count/ 

Delpbos (part) (pop. 3,055) 
T.lmn (pop. 42,287) 
Eamalnder of County 

AahlaDd Comity 

Ashland (pop. 11,141) 
Remainder of County 

Ashtabula County 

Ashtabula (pop. 23,301) 
Conneaut (pop. 9,691) 
OanoTO (pop. 3,791) 
Remainder of County 

Athens County 

Athens (pop. 7,252) 
Glouster (pop. 2,903) 
NelsonTllla (pop. 5,322) 
Remainder of County 

Auglaize County 

St. Marys (pop. 5,433) 
Wapakoneta (pop. 5,378) 
Ransinder of County 

Beljnont County 

Barnesvllla (pop. 4,602) 
Bellaire (pop. 13,327) 
Brldseport (pop. 4,655) 
Martins Ferry (pop. 14,524) 
Shadyeide (pop. 4,098) 
Remainder of County 

Brown County 

Butler County 

Hamilton (pop. 52,176) 
Middletom (pop. 29.992) 
Oxford (pop. 2,588) 
Remainder of County 

Carroll County 
Mlasrva (part) (pop. 1,358) ~l 
Remainder of County J 

Champaign County 
Drbana (pop. 7,742) 
Bemaindar of County 

Clerk County 

Springfield (pop. 68,743) 
Remainder of County 

Clermont County 

Clinton County 

Wilmington (pop. 5,332) 
Remainder of County 

Columbiana County 

Sast Liverpool (pop. 23,329) 
East Palestine (pop. 5,215) 
Lisbon (pop. 3,405) 
Salem (pop. 10,622) 
Kellerille (pop. 7,956) 
Remainder of County 

Coshocton County 

Coshocton (pop. 10,908) 
R«aalnder of County 

Crawford County 

BuoyruB (pop. 10,027) 
Crestline (pop. 4,425) 
Oallon (pop. 7,674) 
fimalnder of County 

Cuyahoga County 

Bedford (pop. 6,814) 
Berea (pop. 5,697) 
Chagrin falls (pop. 2,739) 
CleTeland (pop. 900, 42«) 
Clareland Heights (pop. 90,945) 
last CleTeland (pop. 39,667) 
Jnclld (pop. 12,751) 
FairTlsw (p*p. 3,689) 
Oarfleld Heights (pop. 15,589) 
Lakewood (pop. 70,509) 
Uapla Heights (pop. 5,950) 


32,004 


»106,694 


32,215 


31,944 


1(28,977 


Cuyhoga County [continued) 
Newburgh Heights (pop. 4,152) 
Horth Olmsted (pop. 2,624) 
Parma (pop. 13,899) 
Rooky Hiver (pop. 5,632) 
Shaker Heights (pop. 17,783) 
South Xuclid (pop. 4,399) 
Mayfield Heists (pop. 2,612)"l 
Remainder of County _f 

Darke County 

Greenville (pop. 7,036) 
Union City (part) (pop. 1,305)1' 


4 
16 
20 
23 
24 
18 

43 

187 


»3 
14 
42 
74 
US 
83 

86 

323 


4 
16 
20 
22 
27 
16 

43 
199 


U 
25 

43 
29 

23 
91 


»8 

22 
31 
26 

16 
55 


57 
353 


107 
899 


64 
376 


17 
298 


13 
193 


238 
85 

117 


61 
738 
100 

251 


247 
96 

122 


8 
262 
28 

52 


4 

175 
14 

38 


76 
41 

277 


181 
70 

634 


77 
45 

289 


39 
13 

160 


30 

8 

103 


74 
9 

104 

129 


200 
6 

115 

254 


76 
9 

U2 

136 


65 
4 
22 

63 


43 
2 
8 

33 


105 
57 
32 
83 

180 


294 
138 
67 
135 

440 


110 
59 
33 
87 

195 


82 
30 
21 
27 

112 


54 
21 
14 
14 

64 


Defiance County 

Defiance (pop. 8,818) 
Remainder of County 

Delaware Comity 

Delaware (pop. 8,675) 
Remainder of County 

Erie County 

Sandusky (pop. 24,622) 
Remainder of County 

Fairfield Comity 

Lancoator (pop. 18,716) 
Remainder of County 

Fayette County 

Washington Court House (pop. 8,426 
Remainder of County 

Franklin County 

Beiley (pop. 7,396) 
Columbus (pop. 290,564) 
Grandview Heights (pop. 6,358) 
Wssternlle (pop, 2,879) 
Dppor Arlington (pop. 3,059)'\ 
Remainder of County J 

Fulton County 

Wauseon (pop, 2,689) 
Remainder of County 

Geilla County 

Callipolie (pop. 7,106) 
Remainder of County 

Geauga County 

Greene CountF 

Isnie (pop. 10,507) 
Remainder of County 

Guernsey County 

ByesvlUe (pop. 2,638) 
Oanbridge (pop. 16,129) 
Remainder of County 

Hamilton County 

Cheviot (pop. 6,046) 
Cincinnati (pop. 451,160) 
Deer Park (pop. 2,642) 
Elmwood Piece (pop. 4,562) 
Lookland (pop. 5,703) 
Mt. Healthy (pop. 3,530) 
North College HIU (pop. 4,139) 
Norwood (pop. 33,411) 
Beading (pop. 5,723) 
St. Bernard (pop. 7,487) 
looming (pop. 3,767) 
Remainder of County 

Hancook County 

Flndlay (pop. 19,363) 
Fostoria{inrt)(pop. 2,149) 
Remainder of County 

Hardin County 

Kenton (pop. 7,069) 
Remainder of County 

Harrison County 
Cadiz (pop. 2,597) 
Remainder of Cointy 

Henry County 

Mapoleon (pop. 4,546) 
Saaaindsr of Oounty 


70 
59 

98 


151 
103 

237 


71 
65 

109 


42 

a 

58 


22 

11 

39 


70 
25 

41 
44 

152 


251 
40 

110 
39 

289 


81 
26 
42 
46 

165 


86 
3 

21 
2 

49 


48 

1 
14 

1 

28 


66 
32 

264 


181 
583 


74 
35 

273 


42 
16 

126 


29 
10 

103 


189 
75 

U4 


469 
114 

303 


192 
81 

121 


102 
24 

69 


92 
11 

41 


33 
41 
78 

309 


71 
83 
135 

741 


36 
47 
82 

318 


U 
15 
23 

139 


8 
9 
11 

96 


76 
38 

73 


230 

73 

216 


81 
40 

73 


52 
17 

66 


35 
6 

53 


25 
96 
24 

72 
U 
81 

106 

458 


54 
290 
63 

166 
17 
151 

109 

1.293 


27 
93 
23 
78 
12 
85 

111 

478 


8 
62 

9 
27 

4 
29 

20 

335 


6 
48 

9 
19 

3 
U 

8 

271 


55 

18 

1,733 


192 
24 

6,871 


56 

17 

1,707 


62 

4 

2,165 


50 
3 

1,964 


12 

1,609 

15 

22 

75 
142 


37 

6,572 

39 

44 

179 
240 


12 

1,579 

16 

22 

79 
149 


20 
2,092 

6 
40 

58 


15 

1,938 

6 

4 
21 

29 


264 
144 

21 
39 

68 


786 
400 
58 
49 

128 


271 
148 
19 
40 

61 


205 

U7 

10 

3 

39 


171 
87 
U 
2 

22 


34 
110 

54 


73 
167 

122 


35 
114 

56 


12 
46 

25 


7 
22 

15 


68 
91 


128 
189 


61 
96 


39 
48 


22 
29 


40 
14 

55 

132 


103 
19 

86 

325 


39 
17 

58 

132 


25 

19 
91 


15 

10 
67 


49 
42 

487 


108 
81 

1.735 


54 
42 

478 


30 
18 

664 


16 
13 

456 


55 
77 

139 


147 
178 

378 


56 
76 

151 


46 
45 

93 


33 
34 

74 


405 
82 

92 

143 


1,606 
129 

198 

341 


392 
86 

97 

145 


627 
37 

24 

91 


440 
16 

22 

63 


16 
84 
39 

2,983 


24 
3U 
43 

15.826 


17 
92 
42 

2,947 


6 
81 
6 

4,726 


2 
69 
3 

4.879 


50 
93 

433 


163 
178 

921 


50 
95 

444 


36 
55 

235 


31 
32 

147 


38 

2,560 

3 

20 

42 

16 

11 

142 

20 

22 

5 

104 

245 


185 

14,489 

6 

47 

138 
44 
12 

496 
55 
36 
14 

305 


41 

2,513 
3 
16 
43 
19 
11 
147 
20 
23 
5 
107 


28 
4,395 

2 
12 
26 
14 

2 
163 
U 

6 

3 
64 


25 

4,615 

1 

10 

17 
7 
1 
129 
7 
4 
3 

60 


179 
28 
18 
92 
37 
79 


423 
53 
41 

224 
61 

119 

247 


184 
28 
17 
98 
37 
80 

136 


131 
12 
9 
47 
14 
22 

54 


79 
8 

10 

33 
6 

U 


103 
30 

245 


209 
38 

399 


103 
33 

266 


49 
5 

108 


41 
2 

51 


73 
31 
44 

97 

6,670 


170 
62 
85 
82 

27,724 


82 
31 
46 
109 

6,383 


34 
18 
21 
35 

9,186 


17 
U 
12 
11 

9,332 


132 
113 
149 


362 

120 
262 


143 
139 
153 


94 
36 
76 


64 

14 
37 


45 
104 

6S 


129 
153 

la 


46 
107 

63 


38 
38 

19 


24 

13 

12 


i1 
£8 
26 
5,698 
167 
198 
SB 
9 
34 
288 
12 


64 
82 
44 

24,524 
832 
591 
50 
12 
43 
1,035 
10 


SB 
28 
28 
5,412 
161 
209 
34 
10 

ss 

278 
12 


24 

14 

10 

8,198 

317 

154 

18 

2 

S 

314 


IS 

8 

S 

8,540 

271 

106 

9 

1 

4 

267 


27 
36 

117 


73 
46 

230 


28 
35 

132 


15 

4 

69 


U 

1 

34 


81 


116 
114 


43 

89 


£6 
41 


16 
18 



Vol 11 - Pi^e 100 
























CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF OHIO (Continued) 

TABLE 2. - ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL AND PAY ROLL. 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 










County and city 


Number 
menu (add 000 


Active 

Pro- 

prieton 


Em. 

ployeea" 


ToU 
Pay Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


Numbei 

"1 ReceipU 
eUabluh 
menus (add 000) 


Active 

Pio- 

pricton 


Em. 

ployec*' 


Tola). 
Pay RoU 

(add 000 


Highland county 

CrssQflald (pop. 3,871) 
Hlllaboro (pop. 4,040) 
Benainder of County 

Hocking County 

Logan (pop. 6,080) 
Remainder of County 

Bolmaa County 

BurOQ County 

BelloTuo (part)(pop. 3,644) 
Sormat (pop. 7,776) 
Wlllard (pop. 4,514) 
Baoelnder of County 

Jeoicaon County 

Jaelteon (pop. 5,922) 
Wellston (pop. 5,319) 
Ronalnder of County 

Jefferaon County 

Mingo Junction (pop. 5,030) 
Steubennile (pop. 35,422) 
Toronto {pop. 7,044) 
Bamalnder of County 

Knoj County 
Uount Vamon (pop. 9,370) 
Hanalnder of County 

Lake County 

Falrport Harbor (pop. 4,972) 
PalnoaTllle (pop. 10,944) 
Wllloughby (pop. 4,252) 
Remainder of County 

Lawrence County 

Irontou (pop. 16,621) 
Remainder of County 

Lloklng County 

Newark (pop. 30,596) 
Remainder of County 

Logan County 
Belief ontalne (pop. 9,543) 
Remainder of County 

Lorain County 

Amherat (pop. 2,844) 
Elyna (pop. 25,633) 
Lorain (pop. 44,512) 
Oberlln (pop. 4,292) 
Remainder of County 

Lueaa County 
Maumee (pop. 4.588) 
Toledo (pop. 290,718) 
Remainder of County 

Hadlaon County 

London (pop. 4,141) 
Remainder of County 

Hahoning County 

Campbell (pop. 14,673) 
LowellTllle (pop. 2,580) 
Sabring (pop. 3,949) 
Strutbera (pop. 11,249) 
loungatom (part) (pop. 169,912) 
Bamalnder of County 

Marlon County 


143 


1244 


146 


73 


»36 


Ulaml County (continued) 


9 
60 
49 

84 

1.480 


»13 
138 
76 

85 

5,489 


10 
59 
53 

105 

1,436 


1 
35 
16 

31 

1,669 


*2 
28 
6 

8 

1,539 


44 

48 
51 

51 


86 

100 
58 

104 


45 
49 
52 

50 


27 
31 
15 

30 


14 
17 

5 

13 


Tippecanoe City (pop. 2,559) 
Troy (pop, 8,675) 
Remainder of County 

J Uonroe County 


37 
14 

46 

203 


88 
16 

91 

365 


38 

12 

50 
223 


12 
IP 

25 

89 


9 

4 

10 
49 


Montgomery County 

Dayton (pop. 200,982) 
Ulemlaburg (pop. 5,518) 
Oekwood (pop. 6,494) 
Remainder of County 

Morgan County 

Morrow County 

Muskingum County 

ZanasTille (pop. 36,440) 
Remainder of County 

Noble County 

Ottawa County 

Port Clinton (pop. 4,408) 
Remainder of County 

Paulding County 

Perry County 

Crooksiille (pop. 3,251) 
New Lexington (pop. 3,901) 
Remainder of County 

Pickaway County 

CiroleTllle (pop. 7,369) 
Remainder of County 

Pike County 

Portage County 
Kent (pop, 8,375) 
Rairenna (pop, 8,019) 
Remainder of County 

Preble County 

Eaton (pop. 3,347) 
Remainder of County 

Putnam County 

Richland County 

Manafield (pop. 33,625) 
Shelby (pop. 6,198) 
Remainder of County 

Rose County 

Chillloothe (pop. 16,340) 
Remainder of County 

Sandusky County 

BelleTue (part)(pop. 2,612) 
Clyde (pop. 3,159) 
Fremont (pop. 13,422) 
Remainder of County 

Soioto County 

New Boaton (pop. 5,931) 
l^rtsmouth (pop. 42,560) 
Remainder of County 

Seneca County 
Foatoria (part)(pop. 10,641) 
Tiffin (pop. 16,428) 
Remainder of County 

Shelby County 

Sidney (pop. 9,301) 
Remainder of County 

Stark County 


1,325 

36 

3 

U6 

52 

57 

280 


5,210 
59 
13 
207 

93 

102 

823 


1,278 

39 

4 

116 

68 

60 

277 


1,626 
11 
4 
34 

32 

19 

257 


1.5l>4 
9 
4 
22 

12 

12 

190 


25 
51 
22 
105 

69 


52 

150 
30 
133 

163 


24 
49 

27 
123 

74 


15 
38 
2 
34 

49 


7 
27 

1 
14 

28 


27 
26 

17 

409 


52 
76 
35 

861 


28 
29 
17 

417 


18 
21 
10 

281 


11 
14 
3 

174 


208 
72 

95 

164 


707 
116 

96 

205 


205 
72 

116 

166 


236 
21 

26 

47 


174 
16 

31 


15 
•226 

25 
143 

120 


17 
639 

53 
152 

256 


15 
235 
22 

145 

127 


2 

247 

6 

26 

57 


2 

157 

5 

10 

40 


30 
134 

77 

110 


43 
162 

116 

203 


32 
134 

91 

119 


6 
41 

31 

38 


4 
27 

14 

26 


69 
51 

174 


167 
89 

500 


70 
57 

179 


30 
27 

154 


24 
16 

123 


21 
27 
62 

127 


42 

76 
86 

193 


24 
27 
68 

146 


2 
22 
14 

49 


2 

16 

8 

25 


21 
81 
29 
43 

117 


87 
242 
95 
76 

295 


19 
82 
27 
51 

126 


30 
73 
37 
14 

62 


26 
62 
25 
10 

49 


39 
88 

30 

149 


118 
76 

52 

2.167 


44 

102 

27 
144 


27 
22 

13 

763 


20 
5 

6 

1,110 


92 
25 

227 


249 
46 

S56 


101 
25 

244 


55 
7 

158 


44 
5 

97 


50 
39 
60 

165 


1,999 
83 
85 

270 


43 
40 
61 

195 


715 
27 
21 

67 


1,085 
16 
9 

37 


153 
74 

168 


419 
137 

291 


169 
75 

177 


134 
24 

80 


85 
12 

43 


30 
135 

160 

388 


104 
166 

228 

866 


32 
163 

167 

406 


22 
46 

76 

194 


17 
20 

32 

132 


65 
103 

522 


162 
129 

1,472 


73 
104 

524 


47 
33 

422 


29 
14 

311 


117 
200 
34 
155 

1,774 


33 
510 
682 

79 
168 

6,987 


17 
117 
192 

33 
165 

1,695 


6 
158 
186 
23 
49 

2.097 


3 
114 
160 
15 
19 

1.383 


256 
69 
73 

176 


663 

98 
106 

390 


268 

60 
77 

190 


156 
16 
23 

104 


107 
14 
11 

69 


111, 
66 

166' 


319 
71 

412 


118 
72 

160 


86 
18 

93 


61 
8 

68 


6 

1,662 

106 

79 


15 

6,835 

137 

251 


6 

1,581 

108 

80 


4 

2,054 

39 

26 


3 

1,960 
20 


14 
25 
72 
45 

363 


49 
49 
255 

59 

809 


17 
27 
68 
48 

369 


13 
6 
64 
10 

203 


4 
2 
56 
6 

151 


28 
51 

1,125 


6E. 
183 

3.337 


31 
49 

1,083 


11 
15 

938 


6 

6 

774 


8 

15 
34 
954 
87 

222 


32 
5 

39 

89 

3,046 

126 

521 


27 
8 
13 
36 
901 
98 

231 


11 
1 
6 

21 
859 

40 

145 


4 
13 
728 
21 

99 


27 
283 

53 

202 


27 
723 
59 

588 


30 
284 
55 

215 


6 

194 

3 

146 


3 

147 
1 

116 


61 
84 
57 

159 


282 
220 
86 

208 


60 
91 
64 

217 


59 
60 
27 

58 


67 
39 
10 

28 


Bamalnder of County 

Medina County 


185 
37 

199 


455 
66 

343 


195 
36 

226 


126 

19 

88. 


11 
43 


50 
109 

938 


136 
72 

3,046 


51 
166 

958 


33 
25 

915 


19 
9 

791 


ladaaorth (pop. 5,930) 
Bamalnder of County 

Malga Coxinty 


39 

135 

84 


119 
70 
154 

160 


27 
41 
158 

82 


21 
14 
53, 

40 


15 
8 
20 


Mllance (pop. 23,047) 
Canton (pop. 104,906) 
Louiartlle (pop. 3,130) 
MaaelUon (pop. 26,400) 
Minerva (part) (pop. 1,317) 
North Canton (pop. 2,648) 
Remainder of County 

Susmlt County 


136 
565 
16 
126 
9 
8 
78 

1.608 


336 

2,128 

36 

332 
32 
33 

148 

5.302 


143 
667 
20 
129 

12 
8 
79 

1.694 


94 

674 

4 

93 
5 
9 

36 

1.670 


67 

616 

2 

74 
2 
8 

22 

1.466 


Pomeroy [fot. 3,563) 
Bamalnder of County 

Haroar County 


16 
38 
SO 

115 


30 
93 
37 

190 


16 
36 
30 

123 


U 
15 

14 

46 


6 
12 

5 


Rimaladar of Oounty 
Klaal County 


23 
92 


73 
117 

483 


29 
94 

239 


19 
27 

m 


14 

10 


Akron (pop. 255,040) 
Barberton (pop. 23,934) 
Cuyahoga Falls (pop. 19,797) 


97 
76 


195 
191 


1,361 
102 
83 


1.474 
31 
53 


38 


— Elau»_tM». 19.0091 


107 


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BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF OHIO (Continued) 

TABLE 2. - ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 










County and city 


Numbci 

of 
^stabli>h 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

PfO- 

prietotf 


Em- 
ployeei' 


Total. 
Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

of 
establish 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Adivt 

Pro. 

prietor* 


Em 
ployees" 


Total, 
Pay Ro8 

(add 000 


Trunbull County 

Glranl {pop. 9,859) 
Hubbaid (pop. 4,080) 
Newton FallB (pop. 3,458) 
Kllsa (pop. 16,314) 
TarT«n (pop. 41,062) 
Toungstovn (part) (pop. 90) 
Bflmalnder of County 

Toscarswas County 
MnnlBon (pop. 4,529) 
Dorer (pop. 9,716) 
Nowoomeratoia (pop. 4, £65) 
Raw Plilladalphla (pop. 12,365) 
DhTlchaTllla (pop. 6,437) 
Remainder of County 

Union County 

Maryartlle (pop. 3,639) 
Hamalnder of County 

Van wort County 

Delphos (part) (pop. 2,617) 
Tan Wert (pop. 8,472) 
Remainder of County 

Vinton County 


482 


»1.129 


501 


250 


$162 


Warren County 

Franklin (pop. 4,491) 
Lebanon (pop. 3,222) 
Remainder of County 

Washington County 

Marietta (pop. 14,286) 
Remainder of County 

Wayne County 

Orrrllle (pop. 4,427) 
Rittman (pop. 2,785) 
Wooeter (pop. 10,742) 
Remainder of County 

Williams County 
Bryan (pop. 4,689) 
Montpelier (pop. 3,677) 
Remainder of County 

Wood County 

Bowling Green (pop. 6,688) 
Perryeburg (pop. 3,182) 
Remainder of County 

Wyandot County 

Carey (pop. 2,722) 
Dppar Saaduaky (3,889) 
Remainder of County 


104 


i227 


109 


63 


»31 


35 
22 
19 
76 
225 

105 

211 


172 
52 
30 
131 
609 

135 

400 


35 
25 
19 
79 
229 

U4 

219 


21 
11 
5 
20 
173 

X 

96 


15 
5 
2 

14 
114 

12 

58 


23 
24 

57 

185 


58 
70 
99 

400 


21 

24 
64 

189 


18 
21 
24 

125 


9 
13 

9 

74 


128 
57 

241 


328 
72 

558 


130 
59 

246 


106 
19 

153 


66 
8 

101 


17 
36 
17 
64 
30 
47 

71 


40 
66 
41 
140 
56 
57 

113 


17 
37 
19 
65 
33 
48 

78 


8 
10 
13 
38 
14 
13 

21 


7 
6 
8 
20 
10 
7 

11 


24 
15 
94 
108 

137 


104 
27 
228 
199 

269 


29 
17 
95 
105 

149 


28 
8 
62 
55 

64 


28 
5 
45 
23 

36 


44 
26 
67 

204 


86 
58 
125 

392 


45 
27 
77 

211 


19 
H 
34 

U6 


13 
7 
16 

54 


18 
53 

107 


32 

81 

230 


21 
57 

113 


7 
14 

56 


4 
33 


36 
17 
151 

88 


112 
52 
228 

173 


35 
18 
158 

98 


22 

11 
83 

44 


15 
10 
29 

18 


17 
36 
54 

22 


36 

107 
87 

45 


16 
38 
59 

24 


6 

31 
19 

8 


17 
9 

3 


20 

33 
35 


31 
87 
55 


22 
36 
40 


7 
23 
14 


2 
12 
4 


STATE OF OKLAHOMA 






TOTAL TOR STAIK 

Adair County 

Alfalfa County 

Atoka County 

BeaTer County 

Beokbon County 

EUc City (pop. 5,666) 
Saype (pop. 3,157) 
Bamaicder of County 

Blaine County 

Bryan County 

Durant (pop. 7,463) 
Itemainder of County 

Caddo County 

Anadarko (pop. 5,036) 
Reaainder of County 

Canadian County 

11 Reno (pop. 9,334) 
Remainder of County 

Carter County 

Ardmore (pop. 15,741) 
Wilaon (pop. 2,517) 
Remainder of County 

Cherokee County 

Choetes County 
Hugo (pop. 5,272) 
Raaainder of County 

Cimarron County 

Claveland County 
HoRDan (pop. 9,603) 
Rinainder of County 

Coal Cotmty 

Comanehe County 

Lawton (pop. 12,121) 
Remainder of County 

Cotton County 

Craig County 
Vinlta (pop. 4,263) 
Remainder of County 


9,735 


»21,821 


9,926 


8,936 


♦6,891 


Creek Coun^ 

BriatDw (pop. 6,619) 
Drumrlght (pop. 4,972} 
Sapulpa (pop. 10,533) 
Remalndar of County 

Cuater County 

Clinton (pop. 7,512) 
Remainder of County 

Delaware County 

Dewey County 

Ell la County 

Garfield County 
Inld (pop. £6,399) 
Remainder of County 

Garvin County 
Paula Valley (pop. 4,235) 
Remainder of County 

Grady County 

Chiokaoha (pop. 14,099) 
Remainder of County 

Grant County 

Greer County 

Mangum (pop. 4,806) 
Remainder of County 

Harmon County 

Hollis (pop. 2,914) 
Remainder of County 

Harper County 

Haskell County 

Hu^es County 

Holdonville (pop. 7,268) 
Remainder of County 

Jackson County 

Altus (pop. 8,439) 
Remainder of County 

Jeffaraon County 

Jotaneton County 


193 


1434 


204 


162 


t99 


45 
89 
51 
35 
94 


52 
129 
78 
35 
188 


46 
92 
53 
36 
94 


34 
32 

40 
14 
83 


12 
15 
24 
4 
42 


31 
37 
66 
59 

143 


89 
95 
169 
81 

254 


36 
36 
70 
62 

152 


32 
35 
82 
13 

88 


22 
18 
48 

11 

48 


43 

100 

69 
109 

4£ 
246 


141 

113 

55 
81 
51 
542 


46 
106 

82 
116 

44 
252 


49 
39 

33 

30 

27 

205 


30 
18 

7 

13 

10 

114 


30 
29 

35 

185 
119 


67 
66 
55 

185 

182 


31 
27 
36 

191 

131 


33 
33 

17 

77 
91 


17 
18 
7 

36 

53 


181 
65 

£79 


477 
65 

256 


183 
69 

265 


186 

19 

182 


106 
8 

60 


46 
73 

246 


152 
30 

296 


49 
82 

263 


67 
24 

111 


48 
5 

52 


51 
228 

174 


101 
155 

324 


53 
212 

183 


52 
130 

153 


29 
31 

84 


35 
211 

152 


105 
191 

271 


36 
227 

158 


33 

78 

109 


18 
34 

60 


91 
83 

53 

103 


216 
108 

93 

141 


95 

88 

57 
114 


99 

54 

21 
64 


63 
21 

19 

33 


68 
84 

162 


197 
74 

380 


68 
90 

164 


67 
42 

140 


44 

16 

100 


101 
23 
38 

51 

88 


287 
43 
50 

73 

113 


100 
24 
40 

51 

87 


U4 
17 
9 

43 

96 


86 
8 
6 

21 

26 


40 
63 

57 


100 
41 

60 


43 
71 

59 


41 
23 

29 


26 
7 

14 


30 
39 
104 
86 


41 
19 

58 

90 

143 


29 

30 

39 
106 
85 


20 
9 

18 

53 

65 


10 

4 

10 
16 
46 


31 
57 

17 

U8 


81 
32 

32 

221 


31 
56 

16 

119 


36 
60 

7 

106 


17 
9 

4 

63 


83 
35 

SI 

147 


195 
26 

64 

408 


32 
37 

31 

145 


93 
13 

24 

181 


57 
6 

16 
115 


38 
48 

184 


106 
37 

240 


34 

51 

195 


53 
12 

113 


41 
5 

58 


70 
U4 

77 

37 


146 
94 

90 

35 


74 
121 

77 

36 


73 
40 

60 

12 


43 
15 

29 

6 


96 
51 

47 

62 


263 
145 

74 

134 


95 
50 

55 

66 


126 

55 

41 
41 


75 
40 

19 

27 


45 

17 


US 
19 


48 
18 


40 

1 


26 

1 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF OKLAHOMA (Continued) 

TABLE 2. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 










County and city 


oi 
Mtablish 
ments 


Recdpti 

(add 000) 


Adive 

Pro- 

prieion 


Em. 
ployees* 


Total. 
Pay Ron 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 
of 

utabluh. 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pio- 

prieton 


Em. 
ployeea- 


TolJ, 
Pay RoB 

(add 000 


Kay County 

Blaolcwell (pop. 9,521) 
Ponca City (pop. 16,136) 
Tonkawa (pop. 3,311) 
Remainder of County 

Elngfleher County 

Klngflaher (pop. 2,726) 
RetDalnder of County 

Elowa County 

Hobart (pop. 4,982) 
Remainder of County 

Latimer County 

Le Flore County 

Poteau (pop. 3,169) 
Remainder of County 

Lincoln County 

Chandler (pop. 2,717) 
Remainder of County 

Logan County 

Outhrie (pop. 9,582) 
Remainder of County 

LoTe County 

UcClain County 

Puroell (pop. 2,817) 
Remainder of County 

McCurtaln County 
Idalial (pop. 2,581) 
Remainder of County 

Mcintosh County 

Major County 

Itaraliall County 

Msyes County 

Uirray County 

Sulphur (pop. 4,242) 
Remainder of County 

lAiakogee County 

liiskogse (pop. 32,026) 
Remainder of County 

Noble County 

Perry (pop. 4,206) 
Remainder of County 

Nowata County 

Nowata (pop. 3,531) 
RenaiDder of County 

Okfuskee County 
Okemah (pop. 4,002) 
Remainder of County 

Oklahoma County 

Idmoud (pop. 3,576) 
Oklahoma City (pop. 185,389) 
Remainder of County 

Okmulgee County 
Henryetta (pop. 7,694) 
Okmulgee (pop. 17,097) 
Remainder of County 

Osage County 
HoBlny (pop. 3,485) 
Pawhuaka (pop. 5,951) 
Remainder of County 


167 


t471 


170 


180 


tl37 


Ottawa County 

Conmerce (pop. 2,608) 
Miami (pop. 8,064) 
Pioher (pop. 7,773) 
Remainder of County 

Pawnee County 

CleTeland (pop. 2,959) 
Pawnee (pop. 2,562) 
Remainder of County 

Payne County 

CuBhlng (pop. 9,301) 
Stillwater (pop. 7,016) 
Remainder of County 

Pittsburg County 

Hartahome (pop. 3,587) 
McAleater (pop. 11,804) 
Remainder of County 

Pontotoc County 
Ada (pop. 11,261) 
Remainder of County 

Pottawatomie County 

Maud (part)(pop. 2,850) 
Shawnee (pop. 23,283) 
Remainder of County 

Pustlmataha County 

Roger Mills County 

Rogers Cotinty 

Claremore (pop. 3,720) 
Remainder of County 

Seminole County 

Maud (part)(pop. 1,476) 
Seminole (pop. 11,459) 
Wewoka (pop. 10,401) 
Remainder of County 

Sequoyah County 

Stephens County 
Duncan (pop. 8,363) 
Marlow (pop. 3,084) 
Remainder of Coxinty 

Texas County 

Tillman County 

Frederick (pop. 4,668) 
Remainder of County 

Tulea County 

Sand Springs (pop. 6,674) 
Tulaa (pop. 141,258) 
Remainder of County 

t?agoner County 

Wagoner (pop. 2,994) 
Remainder of County 

Waahington County 

EartlesTllle (pop. 14,763) 
Remainder of County 

Washita County 

Cordsll (pop. 2,936) 
Remainder of County 

Wcoda County 

AlTa (pop. 5,121) 
Remainder of County 

Woodward County 

Woodward (pop. 5,056) 
Remainder of County 


122 


^248 


124 


98 


»59 


37 
73 
21 
36 

169 


77 
210 

61 
123 

2U 


39 
76 
19 
36 

203 


29 

100 
20 
31 

175 


21 
64 
12 
40 

49 


8 
50 
32 
32 

63 


17 
122 
79 
30 

114 


8 
53 
32 

31 

69 


3 
48 
32 
15 

36 


2 

31 
20 

6 

19 


30 
139 

203 


110 
101 

242 


32 

171 

221 


43 
132 

140 


23 
26 

56 


19 
21 
23 

141 


45 
52 
17 

279 


20 
25 
24 

148 


14 

18 

4 

120 


10 
2 

64 


26 
177 

19 

98 


84 
158 

21 

147 


25 
196 

19 

100 


SO 
110 

9 

S4 


22 
34 

4 

31 


45 

61 
35 

146 


60 

184 
35 

266 


49 

62 
37 

153 


23 
87 
10 

102 


10 
50 
4 

64 


26 
72 

97 


50 
97 

194 


26 

74 

94 


20 
34 

5S 


11 
20 

46 


19 
78 
49 

147 


24 

200 
42 

429 


20 
82 
51 

150 


6 
81 
16 

136 


3 
57 

4 

122 


17 
80 

128 


117 
77 

254 


13 
31 

114 


23 

30 

95 


33 
13 

61 


91 
56 

221 


313 
116 

492 


91 
59 

225 


109 
27 

207 


93 
29 

152 


59 
69 

24 

53 


186 
68 

52 

63 


40 
74 

24 

57 


71 
24 

21 

28 


50 
11 

17 

15 


15 
142 
64 

39 

35 

87 


27 
415 
50 

63 

39 

160 


20 

141 
64 

39 

36 

90 


4 
189 
14 

33 

18 

67 


1 

145 

6 

13 

10 
40 


18 
35 


37 
26 

127 


18 
39 

52 


20 
8 

66 


12 
3 

35 


31 
19 

53 

56 

21 

63 


88 
39 

85 

72 

60 

82 


31 
21 

49 

57 

24 

68 


45 

21 

40 
15 
28 
50 


28 

7 

21 
7 
14 
23 


38 
49 

196 


103 
67 

463 


42 
48 

190 


21 
187 


9 
125 


9 
75 
61 
51 

66 

111 


7 
241 
142 
73 

60 

282 


9 
76 
54 

51 

66 
124 


95 
67 
25 

53 

96 


69 
45 
11 

13 

65 


26 

17 

247 


48 
24 

593 


£4 

16 

246 


27 

15 

260 


16 
6 


59 
27 

25 

51 
68 


197 
53 
32 

97 

120 


65 
31 
28 

53 

68 


68 
22 

16 

31 
51 


6 

4 

17 
26 


186 
61 

49 


525 
68 

171 


189 
57 

53 


238 
22 

34 


143 
9 

33 


21 
47 

907 


56 
64 

3.771 


21 
47 

868 


24 

27 

1.327 


16 
10 

1,106 


29 
20 

39 


158 
13 

89 


32 
21 

42 


32 
2 

46 


32 

1 

20 


28 
785 
94 

66 


46 

3,598 

127 

77 


26 
747 
95 

69 


16 

1,270 

41 

30 


9 

1,072 

24 

13 


21 
18 


75 
14 


23 
19 


33 

13 


17 
3 


31 
37 

1,099 


67 
25 

4,132 


36 
35 

1,075 


29 
10 

1,747 


20 
2 

1,432 


35 
31 

161 


56 
22 

396 


36 
33 

167 


18 
12 

149 


3 
95 


28 

1,016 

55 

270 


40 

3,961 

131 

614 


31 
990 
54 

284 


17 

1,689 

41 

249 


8 

1,356 

68 

167 


94 
67 

72 


52 
122 


66 
73 


23 

61 


12 
29 


32 
40 

71 


73 
49 

146 


33 
40 

73 


26 
26 

44 


19 

10 

27 


20 
133 
117 

162 


51 
474 
89 

401 


20 
136 
128 

158 


26 
164 
59 

115 


13 
136 
18 

97 


43 
28 

53 


116 
30 

91 


45 
28 

66 


37 
7 

29 


25 
2 

16 


21 
61 
80 


52 
135 
214 


17 
61 
80 


30 
39 
46 


15 
35 
47 


33 
20 


66 
26 


35 
21 


26 

3 


15 

1 



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CENSUS OF 
























BUSINESS 








STATE OF OREGON 
















TABLE 2. ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 


















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 
















Numbe 

ol 
slablis 




Active 


Em 
ployees" 


Total. 


1 


Number 




Active 




Total, 




County and city 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Pro- 
prietors 


Pay Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


oi 
establish 
ments 


Receipts 

(add 0001 


Pro- 
prietors 


Em- 
ployees- 


Pay RoU 

(add 000 




TOTiL FOR STATE 


5,541 


$19,289 


5,656 


6,613 


15,865 


Klamath County 

Klamath Falls (pop. 16,093) 


135 


»537 


143 


140 


$125 














96 


492 


104 


133 


122 




Balfer County 

Baker {pop. 7,858) 


72 


161 


74 


41 


34 


RemalQder of County 


39 


45 


39 


7 


3 




46 


133 


46 


35 


32 




ReDainder of County 


26 


28 


28 


6 


2 


Lake County 


14 


45 


16 


12 


7 




Beaton County 

Corrallla (pop. 7,565) 


79 


226 


79 


74 


4e 


Lane County 

Bigene (pop. 18,901) 


254 


726 


268 


237 


166 




54 


186 


55 


53 


36 


153 


561 


156 


167 


126 




Remainder of County 


25 


40 


24 


21 


10 


Remainder of County 


101 


165 


112 


70 


30 




Clackemaa County 

Oregon City (pop, 5,761) 


177 


362 


189 


118 


75 


Lincoln County 


42 


95 


46 


33 


18 




58 


153 


82 


36 


31 




Remainder of County 


119 


209 


127 


82 


44 


Linn County 

Albany (pop. 6,325) 


118 


304 


128 


84 


65 




59 


193 


67 


45 


36 




Cletaop County 

Aatorla (pop. 10,349) 


lie 


365 


120 


91 


83 


Remainder of County 


59 


111 


61 


39 


19 




84 


307 


86 


77 


72 




Remainder of County 


32 


58 


34 


14 


11 


Malheur County 


54 


108 


59 


27 


19 




Columbia County 

St. Helens (pop. 3,994) 


84 


137 


89 


33 


18 


Marlon County 

Salem (pop, 28,266) 


382 


903 


416 


258 


211 




30 


50 


30 


7 


3 


165 


616 


170 


167 


170 




Hemelnder of County 


54 


87 


59 


26 


15 


Remainder of County 


217 


287 


246 


91 


41 




Coos County 

Coquille (pop. 2,732) 


135 


565 


137 


249 


267 


Uorro* County 


13 


41 


14 


17 


11 




14 


41 


13 


15 


13 




llarshfleld (pop. 6,287) 
North Band (pop. 4,012) 


55 
20 


384 

38 


55 
21 


204 
6 


234 

4 


Uultnomau County 

Portland (pop. 301,916) 


2,609 


11,607 


2,569 


4.216 


4,051 




2,530 


11,483 


2,492 


4,182 


4,030 




Remainder of County 


46 


102 


48 


24 


16 


Remainder of Cotinty 


79 


124 


77 


34 


21 




Crook County 


10 


16 


11 


1 


2/ 


Polk County 

Dallas (pop. 2,975) 


46 


92 


46 


25 


13 




13 


32 


14 


12 


9 




Curry County 


24 


39 


25 


12 


8 


Remainder of County 


33 


60 


32 


13 


4 




DescliuteB County 
Bend (pop. 8,848) 


62 


172 


65 


50 


36 


Sherman County 


16 


14 


16 


2 


1 




49 


141 


52 


38 


26 




Remainder of County 


13 


31 


13 


12 


10 


Tillamook County 

Tillamook (pop. 2,549) 


50 


121 


50 


35 


30 




32 


105 


32 


33 


29 




Douglas County 

Roseburg (pop. 4,362) 


135 


274 


150 


85 


55 


Remainder of County 


18 


16 


18 


2 


1 




60 


173 


66 


46 


34 




Remainder of County 


75 


101 


84 


39 


21 


Dmatilla County 

Pendleton (pop. 6,621) 


113 


342 


110 


98 


82 




r 54 


225 


48 


71 


73 




Gilliam County 


IS 


26 


19 


5 


1 


Remainder of County 


59 


117 


62 


25 


9 




C^ant County 


38 


71 


41 


25 


15 


Union County 

La Grande (pop. 8,050) 


96 


208 


102 


43 


33 




48 


143 


46 


31 


27 




Harney County 

Burns (pop. 2,599) ~l 
Remainder of County J 


20 


49 


20 


12 


8 


Remainder of County 


48 


65 


56 


12 


6 




20 


49 


20 


12 


3 


irallowa County 


39 


77 


41 


24 


19 




Hood RlTer County 

Hood River (pop. 2,757) 


42 


a» 


43 


28 


23 


Waaco County 

The Dalles (pop. 5,383) 


76 


219 


80 


62 


43 




29 


75 


27 


21 


20 


55 


192 


60 


45 


34 




Remainder of County 


13 


14 


16 


7 


3 


Remainder of County 


21 


27 


20 


17 


9 




Jackson County 

Ashland (pop. 4,544) 


153 


632 


162 


228 


16S 


taehlngton County 

Hlllsboro (pop. 3,039) 


117 


252 


123 


96 


5S 




32 


59 


34 


18 


U 


30 


88 


27 


32 


30 




Medfort (pop. 11,007) 


90 


365 


89 


112 


99 


Remainder of County 


87 


164 


98 


64 


29 




Remainder of County 


31 


208 


39 


98 


58 


Wheeler County 


18 


22 


16 


6 


3 




Jefferson County 


5 


11 


4 


7 


4 
















Joseph! le County 

Grants Pass (pop. 4,666) 


60 


154 


64 


54 


38 


Yamhill County 

McMinnvllle (pop. 2,917) 
Newbarg (pop. 2,951] 


119 


227 


122 


87 


52 




40 
30 


99 
49 


41 
32 


34 

15 


27 
6 




48 


136 


50 


40 


32 




Remainder of County 


12 


18 


14 


14 


6 


Remainder of County 


49 


79 


49 


38 


19 



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TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. EMPLOYMENT, AND PAY ROLL. 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 



ReceipU 

(add 0001 



Pro- 
prietors 



ToUl.l 
Pay RoU 

dd 000 



County and city 



ReceipU 

(add OOP) 



Pro. 
prieton 



TOTAL TOR STATE 

Adams County 

Oettyeburg (pop. 5,584) 
Remainder of County 

Allegheny County 

Asplnwall (pop. 4,263) 

Avalon (pop. 5,940) 

Bellevue (pop, 10,252) 

Brackenrldge (pop, 6,250) 

Braddock (pop. 19,329) 

Brentwood (pop, 5,381) 

Bridgeville (pop. 3,939) 

Caroegle (pop. 12,497) 

Castle Shannon (pop. 3,810) 

Clalrton (pop. 15,291) 
CoraopollE (pop. 10,734) 
Grafton (pop, 7,004) 

Dorraont (pop. 13,190) 
Duquesne (pop. 21,396) 
East McKeesport (pop. 2,922) 
East Pittsburgh (pop. 6,214) 
Edgewood (pop. 4,821) 
Elizabeth (pop. 2,939) 
Qosworth (pop. 2,709) 
Etna (pop. 7,493) 
Forest Hills (pop, 4,549) 
Glapsport (pop. 8,390) 
Harrison (pop. 12,387) 
Homestead (pop. 20,141) 
Ingram (pop. 3,866) 
Leetsdale (pop. 2,774) 
ICcDonald (part) (pop. 570) 
McKeespcrt (pop, 54,632) 
McKees Rocks (pop. 18,116) 
V^llvale (pop. 8,165) 
Mount Lebanon (pop, 13,403) 
Mount Oliver (pop. 7,071) 
Munhall (pop, 12,995) 
North Braddock (pop. 16,782) 
OalOQont (pop. 6,027) 
Pltcalrn (pop. 6,317) 
Pittsburgh (pop. 669,817) 
Rankin (pop, 7,956) 
Sewicfcley (pop. 5,599) 
Sharpsbiu-g (pop, 8,642) 
Sprlngdale (pop. 4,781) 
Stowe (pop. 13,368) 
Swlssvale (pop. 16,029) 
Tarentum (pop. 9,551) 
Trafford (part) (pop. 100) 
Turtle Creek (pop. 10,69U) 
Verona (pop. 4,376) 
West Honestead (pop. 3,552) 
West View (pop. 6,028) 
Wllkliisburg (pop. 29,639) 
Wllmerdlng (pop, 6,291) 
Port Vue (pop. 3,510) "1 
Remainder of Count:- J 

Aimstront; County 

Apollo (pop. 3,406) 
Ford City (pop. 6,127) 
Freeport (pop. 2,772} 
Klttannlng (pop. 7,808) 
Leechburg (pop. 4,489) 
Remainder of County 

Beaver County 

Allfiuippa (pop. 27,116) 

Ambridge (pop. 20,227) 

Beaver (pop. 5,665) 

Beaver Falls (pop. 17,147) 

rreedom (pop. 3,227) 

tUdland (pop. 6,007) 

Uonaca (pop. 6,814) 

New Brighton (pop. 9,950) 

Rochester (pop. 7,726) 

Ellwood City (part) (pop. 1,355) 

Remainder of County 

Bedford County 

Bedford (pop, 2,953) 
Remainder of County 

Berks County 

Blrdsboro (pop. 3,542) 
Boyertown (pop. 3,943) 
Hamburg (pop, 3,637) 
Kutztown (pop, 2,841) 
Mount Peon (pop. 3,017) 
Reading (pop. 111,171) 
Shilllngton (pop. 4,401) 



$33,875 



Berks County (cont'd) 

West Readlnc (pop. 4,908) 
V/yomlEslng (pop. 3,111) 
Remainder of County 

Blair County 

Altoona (pop, 82,054) 
Bellwood (pop, 2,560) 
Hollldaysburp (pop. 5,969) 
Roaring Spring (pop, 2,724) 
Tyrone (pop. 9,042) 
Remainder of Coimty 

Bradford County 

Athens (pop. 4,372) 
Sayre (pop, 7,902} 
Tcwanda (pop. 4,104) 
Renelncler of County 

Bucks County 

Bristol (pop. 11,799) 
Doylestown (pop. 4,577) 
Uorrisvllle (pop, 5,368) 
Perkasie (pop, 3,463) 
<,uakerto'.vn (pop. 4,883) 
Remainder of County 

Butler Coiinty 

Butler (pop. 23,568) 
Remainder of County 

Cambria County 

Barnesboro (pop. 3,506) 
Dale (pop. 3,364) 
East Conemaugh (pop. 4,979) 
Ebensbure (pop. 3,063} 
Ferndale (pop. 2,742) 
Gallitzln (pop. 3,458) 
Johnstown (pop. 66,993) 
Manty-Glo (pop. 5,598) 
Patton (pop. 2,988) 
Portage (pop. 4,432) 
South Fork (pop. 3,227) 
Spangler (pop. 2,761) 
V/fistniont (pop, 3,388) ~1 



Remainder of County 



929) ~1 



Cameron County 
Emporium (pop. 
Remainder of Coun 



Carbon County 

East Mauch Chunk (pop. 3,739) 
Lansford (pop. 9,632) 
Lehighton (pop. 6,490) 
Mauch Chunk (pop. 3,206) 
Palmerton (pop, 7,678) 
Summit Hill (pop. 5,567) 
Weatherly (pop. 2,531) 
Remainder of County 

Centre County 

Bellefonte (pop. 4,804) 
Philipeburg (pop. 3,600) 
State College (pop. 4,450) 
Remainder of County 

Chester County 

Coatesvllle (pop. 14,582) 
Downlngtown (pop. 4,548) 
Kennett Square (pop. 3,091) 
Oxford (pop, 2,606) 
Phoenlxvllle (pop. 12,029) 
Spring City (pop, 2,963) 
West Chester (pop. 12,325} 
Remainder of County 

Clarion County 

Clarion (pop, 3,201) 
Renainder of County 

Clearfield County 

Clearfield (pop. 9,221} 
Cxxrwensville (pop. 3,140) 
Du Bols (pop. 11,595) 
Remainder of County 

Clinton County 

Lock Haven (pop. 9,668) 
Renovo (pop. 3.947) 
Remainder of County 

Columbia County 

Berwick (pop. 12,660) 
Bloomsburg (pop. 9,093) 
Remainder of County 



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FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 



County and city 



Receipts 

(add OOP) 



Pro- 
prieton 



Total, 
Pay RoU 



County and city 



Receipu 

(add OOP) 



Pro- 
prieton 



Crawford County 

IfeadTilla (pop. 16,698) 
TltuBTille (pop. 6,055) 
Beoalnder of County 

Cumberland County 

Camp Hill (pop. 3,111) 
CarllBle (pop. 12,596) 
Lemoyne (pop. 4,171) 
Meehanieaburg (pop. 5,647) 
New Cumberland (pop. 4, £83) 
Shlppenaburg (part) (pop- 3,914) 
Ramainder of County 

Dauphin County 

Harrlaburg (pop. 80,339) 
Eumalatown (pop. 3,036) 
Lykena {pop. 3,033) 
Middlatown (pop. 6,085) 
Ullleraburg (pop. 2,909) 
Penbpoolc (pop. 3,567) 
Steelton (pop. 13,291) 
WilliamBtown (pop. 2,958) 
Ramainder of County 

Delaware County 

Chester (pop. 59,164) 
Clifton Heighta (pop. 5,057) 
Colllngdala (pop. 7,357) 
Darby (pop. 9,899) 
Xaat I.a&sdowne (pop. 3,168] 
Glanolden (pop. 4,482} 
Harerford (pop. 21,362) 
Lanedown* {pop. 9,542) 
Uarcua Hook (pop. 4,86?) 
Media {pop. 5,372) 
Norwood (pop. 3,876) 
Proapaet Park (pop. 4,623) 
Ridley Park (pop. 3,356) 
Sharon Hill (pop. 5,825) 
Swarthmore (pop. 3,405) 
TTppar liatby (pop. 46,626) 
Yeadon (pop. 5,430) 
Upland {pop. 2,500) "1 
Ramainder of County _r 

Slk County 

Johnaonburg {pop. 4,737) 
Rldgway (pop. 6,313) 
St. Marys {pop. 7,433) 
Remainder of County 

Krie County 

Corry (pop. 7,152) 
Erie (pop. U5,067) 
North Saat (pop. 3,670) 
Union City (pop. 3,788) 
Wealeyrille {pop. 2.854) 
Reoainder of Cotinty 

Tayatte County 

BrownsTille {pop. 8,183) 

CounollsTllle (pop. 13.290) 
Uaaontown (pop. 3,873} 
South ConnellBTill* {pop. 2,516) 
Uniontown {pop. 19,544) 
Rsulndar of County 

ror«t»t County 

franklin County 

Chamberaborg (pop. 13,788) 
Graaneaetla (pop. 2,557) 
Shippanaburg (part) (pop. 431) 
Wayneaboro (pop. 10,167) 
Ramainder of County 

Fulton County 

Green* County 

Tnyneabxirg (pop. 4,915) 
RaoMladar of County 

Hontlngdon County 

Huntingdon (pop. 7,558) 
Uoont union (pop. 4,892} 
Ranaindar of County 

Indiana County 
Blair sTiUe (pop. 5,296) 
Clyaer (pop. 2,672) 
Indiana (pop. 9,569) 
Remainder of County 



ft550 



$73 



Jefferson County 

Brockway (pop. 2,690) 
BrookTllle (pop. 4,387) 
Puniautawney (pop. 9,266) 
RoynoldsTille (pop. 3,480) 
Remelnder of County 

Juniata County 

Lackawanna County 

Archbald (pop. 9,587) 
Blakely (pop. 8,260) 
Carbondale (pop. 20,061} 
Clarks Summit (pop. 2,604) 
Dlekaon City (pop. 12,395) 
Dunmore (pop. 22,627) 
Jermyn (pop. 3,519) 
May field (pop. 3,774) 
Uoosie (pop. 4,557) 
Old rorge (pop. 12,661) 
Olypbant (pop. 10,743) 
ScrantoD (pop. 143,433) 
Taylor (pop. 10,428) 
Throop (pop. 8,027) 
WiDton (pop. 8,508) 
Remainder of Cotinty 

Lancaster County 

Columbia (pop. 11, 349] 
Slizabethtown (pop. 3,940) 
Ephrata (pop. 4,988] 
Lancaster (pop. 59,949) 
Lltitz {pop. 4,366) 
Manheim (pop. 3,520] 
Mount Joy {pop. 2,716) 
Remainder of County 

Lawrence County 

EUwood City (part]{pop. 10,968) 
New Caatle (pop. 48,674) 
Remainder of County 

Lebanon County 

Lebanon (pop. 25,561) 
M/erstown (pop. 2,593) 
Palmyra (pop. 4,377) 
Remainder of County 

Lehigh County 

Allentown (pop. 92,563} 
Bethlehem (part){pop. 11,129) 
Catasauqua (pop. 4,851} 
Copley (pop. 3,279) 
Smaua (pop. 6.419] 
Fountain Hill (pop. 4,566) 
Slatington (pop. 4,134) 
Remainder of County 

Luzerne County 

Aahley (pop. 7,093} 
ATOCa (pop. 4,943) 
Dupont (pop. 5,161) 
Duryea (pop. 8.503) 
BdwardsTille (pop. 8.647) 
Kieter (pop. 5,724) 
Forty Fort {pop. 6,224) 
Freeland (pop. 7,098] 
Hanover (pop. 17,770) 
Hazleton (pop. 36,765) 
Kingston (pop. 21,600) 
LarksTille (pop. 9,322} 
Luzerne (pop. 6,950) 
Nanticoke (pop. 26,043) 
Plttston (pop. 18,246) 
Plains (pop. 16,044) 
Plymouth (pop. 16,543] 
Sugar Notch {pop. 2,768} 
Swoyerrllle (pop. 9,133) 
West Hazleton {pop. 7,310} 
West Pitteton (pop. 7,940) 
West Wyoming (pop. 2,769) 
Wilkea-Barre {pop. 86,526} 
Wyoming (pop. 4,646) 
Remainder of County 

I^oomine County 

Jersey Shore (pop. 5,781) 
Montour STi lie (pop. 2.710) 
South Williamaport (pop. 6,058; 
Willlamaport (pop. 45,729) 
Ramainder of County 



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FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














Number 




Active 




Total. 




Number 




Active 


Em 
ployees- 


TotJ. 


County and city 


ol 
Establish 


ReceipU 


Pro- 


Em- 
ployees" 


Pay RoU 


County and city 


of 
establish 


RaceipU 


Pro- 
prietors 


Pay RoU 




ments 


(add 0001 


prietois 


add 000 




men^ 


(add 000) 




(add 000 


MoKsan County 

Bradford (pop. 19,306) 


187 


t70S 


191 


163 


♦144 


Snyder County 

SelinsgroTc (pop. 2,797) 


61 


tl06 


66 


25 


»11 


120 


505 


123 


129 


116 


18 


36 


19 


9 


6 


Kane (pop. 6,232) 


33 


99 


33 


18 


13 


Remainder of County 


43 


70 


47 


16 


5 


Rojnalnder of County 


34 


99 


35 


16 


16 














Meroer County 

Farrell (pop. 14,359) 


290 


658 


306 


156 


86 


Someraet County 

Meyersdale (pop. 3,065) 
Somerset (pop. 4,395) 


214 


416 


224 


86 


48 


29 
4S 


66 

ISl 


J4 
46 


11 

36 


6 
19 


59 


102 


60 


22 


13 


Greonilllo (pop. 8,628) 


43 


132 


43 


41 


20 


irindber (pop. 9,206) 


33 


77 


33 


16 


11 


Orove City (pop. 6,156) 


24 


58 


25 


12 


9 


Remainder of County 


107 


142 


112 


24 


12 


Sharon (pop. 25,908) 


93 


247 


103 


50 


31 














Sharpsvllle (pop. 5,194) 


18 


43 


20 


10 


6 


Sullivan County 


24 


39 


23 


30 


15 


Remainder of County 


63 


76 


56 


21 


7 














Mifflin County 

Burnham (pop. 3,089) 


118 


332 


116 


108 


65 


Susquehanna County 

Forest City (pop. 6,209) 
Susquehanna Depot (pop. 3,203) 


88 


178 


96 


29 


14 


13 
17 


25 
40 


14 
18 


2 
3 


1 
2 


3 


3 


2 


2 


1 


Lewlatovm (pop. 13,357) 


88 


287 


86 


82 


54 


Remainder of County 


58 


113 


64 


24 


11 


Remainder of County 


27 


42 


28 


24 


10 














Monroe County 

East Stroudsburg (pop. 6,099) 


71 


237 


72 


50 


39 


Tioga County 

iTellsboro (pop. 3,643) 
Remainder of County 


122 


240 


123 


44 


29 


31 
91 


79 
161 


29 
94 


16 
26 


14 
15 


12 


37 


13 


9 


8 


Stroudsburg (pop. 5,961) 


41 


165 


41 


34 


29 














Remainder of County 


18 


35 


18 


7 


2 


Union County 

Lewiahurg (pop. 3,308) 


83 


143 


87 


36 


19 


37 


^3 


39 


17 


U 


Montgomery County 

>J>in«ton (pop. 18,646) 


1,179 


3,341 


1.191 


843 


722 


Remainder of County 


46 


70 


48 


19 


8 


57 


126 


61 


24 


16 


ittibier (pop. 3,944) 
Brldgaport (pop. 5,695) 


26 
27 


64 
66 


28 
27 


15 
3 


12 
3 


Venango County 
Franklin (pop. 10,264) 


178 


482 


186 


117 


91 


71 


176 


74 


41 


27 


Cheltenham (pop. 15,731) 


41 


123 


37 


31 


24 


Oil City (pop. 22,075) 


71 


239 


70 


68 


59 


Conahohocken (pop. 10,815) 


54 


100 


57 


15 


10 


PoUc (pop. 3,337) ~l 
Remainder of County _J 












Hatboro (pop. 2,651) 


16 


42 


16 


9 


8 


36 


67 


41 


8 


5 


Jankintomi (pop. 4,?97) 


34 


176 


35 


50 


48 














Lansdale (pop. 8,379) 
Lower Merlon (pop. 35,166) 


75 
133 


204 
677 


79 
132 


44 

220 


37 
242 


Warren County 

Harren (pop. 14,863) 


147 


485 


161 


102 


88 


83 


381 


85 


84 


7S 


Narberth (pop. 4,669) 


20 


92 


21 


29 


26 


Remainder of County 


64 


104 


66 


18 


12 


Norrlstown (pop. 35,853) 


240 


580 


236 


157 


108 














Pottstown (pop. 19,430) 
Royeraford (pop. 3,719) 


128 
20 


391 


127 


94 


78 


Waahington County 


592 


1.276 


604 


341 


210 


82 


21 


9 


9 


Bentleyrille (pop. 3,609) 


14 


24 


15 


4 


1 


Souderton (pop. 3,857) 


28 


42 


29 


8 


6 


Canoneburg (pop. 12,658) 


51 


118 


51 


34 


21 


Sest Conahohocken (pop. 2,579) 


5 


5 


4 


2 


1 


Centerrillo (pop. 6,467) 


5 


6 


5 


" 


— 


Remaia3er of County 


275 


581 


282 


135 


95 


Charlerol (pop. 11,260) 


73 


146 


74 


46 


23 














Donora (pop. 13,905) 


52 


U4 


64 


29 


13 


Montoiir County 


38 


92 


36 


19 


12 


McDonald (part) (pop. 2,7U) 
Monongahele City (pop. 8,675) 


18 


28 


18 


6 


3 


Danvllla (pop. 7,185) "I 
Remainder of County _] 












47 


119 


50 


24 


10 


36 


92 


36 


19 


12 


North Charlerol (pop. 2,879) 


6 


4 


6 


— 


— 














«aablngtOB (pop. 24,545) 


164 


419 


159 


151 


94 


Northampton County 
Bangor (pop. 5,824) 


762 


1,882 


781 


488 


324 


Remainder of County 


162 


297 


172 


49 


45 


43 


113 


48 


23 


17 


Bethloham (part) (pop. 46,763) 
Easton (pop. 34,468) 
HellertoTO (pop. 3,851) 


243 
266 
16 


526 
719 
38 


248 
272 
16 


152 
228 

4 


88 

165 

2 


tfayne County 

Honeedala (pop. 5,490) 
Remainder of County 


91 


272 


98 


65 


41 


36 
5S 


115 
157 


39 
69 


30 
25 


24 

17 


Nazareth (pop. 5,605) 
Northainiton (pop. 9,839) 


29 
37 


63 
126 


30 
37 


14 

17 


13 
12 


Westmoreland County 
Arnold (pop. 10,575) 


936 


2.025 


953 


462 


297 


17 


16 


17 


5 


2 


Pen <trgyl (pop. 4,310) 


16 


26 


18 


7 


5 


Derry {pop. 3,046) 


20 


23 


22 


4 


1 


Wllaon (pop. 8,265) 


28 


70 


28 


12 


8 


Greensburg (pop. 16,508) 


109 


344 


112 


92 


65 


North Catasauqua (pop. 2,700) ~l 
Remainder of County J 


82 


201 


84 


31 


14 


Irwin (pop. 3,443) 


27 


74 


26 


16 


12 












Jeannette (pop. 15,126) 


64 


163 


63 


30 


19 














Latrobe (pop. 10,644) 
Monesaen (pop. 20,268) 
Mount Pleasant (pop. 6,869) 


59 


136 


58 


35 


26 


Northumberland County 


419 


826 


440 


173 


105 


81 

50 


133 
104 


85 
49 


41 
23 


26 

12 


Kulpmont (pop. 6,120) 


19 


20 


19 


3 


1 


Milton (pop. 8,552) 


36 


74 


40 


18 


13 


New Kensington (pop. 23,002) 


122 


322 


126 


85 


57 


Mount Camel (pop. 17,967) 


62 


106 


62 


23 


14 


North Bellevernon (pop. 3,072) 


14 


28 


16 


8 


3 


Northumberland (pop. 4,483) 


25 


21 


27 


3 


2/ 


Soottdale (pop. 6,714) 


38 


110 


39 


16 


13 


Shamokln (pop. 20,274) 


106 


196 


114 


53 


29 


South Greensburg (pop. 2,520) 


10 


39 


10 


16 


14 


Sunbury (pop. 15,626) 


79 


245 


84 


43 


29 


Southweat Greensburg (pop. 3,106! 


8 


23 


8 


4 


3 


Remainder of County 


92 


165 


94 


30 


19 


Trafford (part) (pop. 4,087) 


19 


32 


20 


5 


2 














Tandergrift (pop. 11,479) 


68 


147 


69 


36 


16 


Perry County 


76 


267 


81 


85 


76 


'*ast Noirton (pop. 2,963) 


29 


60 


29 


7 


5 














Youngwoi (pop. 2,783) 


14 


32 


14 


4 


2 


Philadelphia County 

Philadelphia (pop. 1,950,961) 


13.464 


53.922 


13.062 


16.820 


16,131 


Remainder of County 


187 


249 


192 


35 


18 


13,464 


53,922 


13,062 


16,820 


16,131 














Wyoming County 


35 


58 


35 


13 


7 


Pike County 


16 


29 


16 


10 


6 














Potter County 


40 


97 


38 


18 


11 


York County 

Dallaatoim (pop. 2,849) 
Hanover (pop. 11,805) 


550 


1.612 


562 


399 


329 


9 
71 


12 
177 


9 
75 


13 
36 


2 
28 


Coudereport (pop. 2,740) 


13 


21 


11 


5 


4 


Remainder of County 


27 


76 


27 


13 


7 


Red Uon (pop. 4,757) 


37 


lie 


38 


16 


14 


Schuylkill County 
Ashland (pop. 7,164) 


873 


1.809 


880 


467 


332 


West York (pop. 5,381) 
York (pop. 55,254) 


8 
309 


14 
1,024 


8 

315 


3 
275 


3 
246 


41 


63 


40 


14 


7 


Coaldale (pop. 6,921) 


18 


13 


18 


_ 


— 


Remainder of County 


U6 


267 


U7 


57 


36 


FrackTille (pop. 8,034) 


32 


48 


33 


14 


8 














Gllberton (pop. 4,227) 


7 


5 


7 


_ 


— 














OlrardTllle (pop. 4,891) 


32 


32 


32 


7 


2 














KcAdoo (pop. 5,239) 


23 


30 


24 


6 


2 














Mahanoy City (pop. 14,784) 


88 


189 


90 


40 


27 














MlnersTllle (pop. 9,392) 


48 


102 


48 


31 


17 














Neir Philadelphia (pop. 2,567) 


13 


21 


13 


5 


2 














Port Carbon (pop. 3,225) 


13 


15 


13 


2 


2 














Pottsville (pop. 24,300) 


130 


398 


129 


122 


107 














St. Clair (pop. 7,296) 


21 


46 


22 


9 


6 














Schuylkill BaTen (pop. 6,514) 


38 


125 


41 


30 


25 














Shenandoah (pop. 21,782) 


136 


322 


13V 


77 


49 














Tamaqua (pop. 12,936) 


73 


153 


72 


39 


33 














Hamainder of County 


160 


248 


161 


71 


45 















oiptorcM iDcludca both KiU-bBW 
























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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS 1935 
STATE OF RHODE ISLAl^,0 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












County and city 


Numbe 

ol 
Establis 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro- 

prieton 


Em 
pioyees" 


Total . 
Pay Roll 

add 000 


1 

County and city 


Number 

ol 
establish 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Pro- 
prieton 


Em- 
ployees- 


Total, 
Pay Roll 

(add 000 


TOTAL roH STATE 

Bristol County 

Brlotol (Pop. 11,953) 
Bsrrlneton (Pop. 5,162) 1 
Warren (Pop. 7,974) / 
RemaUider of County 

Kent County 

East Groenwich (Pop. 3,666) 
Uarwlok (Pop. 23,196) 
West Warwick (T>op. 17,696) 
Remainder of County 

Newport County 

Newport (Pop. 27,612) 
Remainder of County 


3,206 


til. 033 


3.100 


3,210 


12,870 


Providence County 

Burrlllville (Pop. 7,677) 
Central Falls (Pop. 25,898) 
Cranston (Pop. 42,911) 
Cumberland (I'op. 10,304) 
East Providence (Pop. 29,995) 
Johnston (Pop. 9,357) 
Lincoln (Pop. 10,421) 
North Providence (Pop. 11,104) 
Pawtuoket (Pop. 77,149) 
Providence (Pop. 252,981) 
Woonsocket (Pop. 49,376) 
Remainder of County 

Washington County 

■.Testerly (Pop. 10,997) 
Remainder of County 


2,717 


»9,887 


2,614 


2,862 


$2,623 


66 


90 


68 


33 


15 


12 
114 
101 
29 
93 
19 
25 
28 
400 
1,653 
212 
31 

86 


28 
£27 
267 
51 
201 
24 
43 
60 
1,065 
7,274 
566 
91 

183 


11 
118 
97 
30 
98 
17 
24 
28 
401 
1,560 
196 
34 

91 


8 
61 
52 
10 
43 
5 
11 
16 
331 
2,141 
150 
34 

63 


6 
36 
52 

5 

31 

2 

6 

10 

239 

2,107 

104 

26 

34 


40 
26 

152 


47 
43 

343 


43 
26 

152 


18 
15 

96 


9 
6 

6* 


20 
41 
81 
10 

185 


45 
49 
222 
27 

630 


19 
39 
83 
11 

176 


16 
14 
61 

6 

166 


9 

6 
44 

1J4 


149 
36 


483 
47 


141 
34 


141 
25 


Il- 
ls 


44 

42 


112 
71 


50 
41 


38 
15 


24 

10 


STATE OF SO. CAROLINA 


TOTAL FOR STATE 

Abbeville County 

AbboTllle (Pop. 4,414) 
Remainder of County 

Aiken County 

Aiken (Pop. 6,033) 
Remainder of County 

Allendale County 

Anderson County 

Anderson (Pop. 14,383) 
Honea Patli (Pop. 2,740) 
Remainder of County 

BeEberg County 

Barrwell County 

Beaufort County 

Beaufort (Pop. 2,776) 
Remainder of County 

Berkeley Co'unty 

CalliOun County 


4,317 


»9,543 


4,291 


5,738 


42,812 


Florence County 

Florence (Pop. 14,774) 
Remainder of County 

Georgetown County 

Georgetown (Pop. 5,082) 
I.wmalnder of County 

Greenville County 

Greenville (Pop. 29,154) 
Remainder of County 

Greenwood County 

Greenwood (Pop. 11,020) 
Remainder of County 

Hampton Coiinty 

Horry County 

Conway (Pop. 3,011) 
Remainder of County 

Jasper County 

Kershaw County 

Cemden (Pop. 5,183) 
Remainder of County 

Lancaster County 

Lancaster (Pop. 3,545) 
Remainder of County 

Laurene County 

Clinton (Pop. 5,643) 
Laurens (Pop. 5,443) 
Remainder of County 

Lee Coxinty 

Lexington County 

Batosburg (part) (Pop. 2,606) 
Remainder of County 

McCormick County 

I.:arlon County 
Marion (Pop. 4,921) 
Mulllns (Pop. 3,158) 
Remainder of County 

Marlboro County 

Bennettsvllle (Pop. 3,667) 
Remainder of County 

Newberry County 

Kowbcrry (Pop. 7,298) 
Shltmire (Pop. 2,763) 
RaiLainder of County 

Cconee County 

Orangeburg County 

Orangeburg (Pop. 8,77$) 
Remainder of County 

Pickens County 


133 


4268 


131 


183 


t62 


111 


90 


124 


37 


13 


67 
66 

54 


172 
86 

59 


63 
68 

58 


104 
79 

62 


56 
26 

19 


31 
80 

98 


48 
42 

152 


32 
92 

98 


17 
20 

105 


6 
36 


19 
35 

339 


42 
17 

1,161 


21 

37 

321 


39 
23 

693 


16 
3 

397 


41 
57 

25 

285 


96 
56 

43 

521 


44 
54 

25 

276 


47 

58 

34 

276 


20 
16 

14 

132 


176 
163 

117 


869 
302 

230 


167 
154 

117 


428 
166 

133 


308 

89 

68 


90 
19 
176 

49 

57 

39 


321 
25 
175 

61 

59 

44 


93 

17 
166 

50 

54 

36 


145 

19 
Ul 

36 

42 

38 


84 

10 
38 

14 

13 

10 


70 
47 

21 

80 


184 
46 

49 

118 


70 
47 

21 

75 


105 
28 

24 

112 


57 

11 

9 
39 


23 

S7 

9 
43 


47 
71 

19 

81 


22 

53 

10 
48 


31 

81 

12 
67 


20 
19 

23 


31 
8 

7 

33 

344 


34 

10 

11 

38 

1.638 


28 

8 

7 
30 
325 


23 
15 

5 

51 

896 


11 
4 

10 

4*^ 


31 

12 

56 


66 
15 

80 


36 
12 

60 


44 

23 

28 


18 
5 

12 


Charleston County 


29 
27 

83 


66 
24 

151 


31 
29 

67 


19 
9 

87 


9 
3 

43 


Charleston (Pop. 62,265) 
Remainder of County 


297 
47 

101 


1,477 
61 

148 


279 
46 

97 


838 
58 

97 


460 
24 

45 


Cherokee County 


23 

35 
25 

36 

77 


54 
77 
20 

41 

133 


21 
42 
24 

35 

SI 


38 
35 
14 

34 

79 


16 
21 
6 

13 

25 


1 GBf-ney (Pop. 6,827) 
1 Reriainder of County 

Chester County 

Chester (Pop. 5,528) 
Reaaindsr of County 

Chesterfield Coiinty 
Cheraw [Pop. 3,573) 
Remainder of County 

Clarendon County 

Colleton County 

rrol-.erboro (Pop. 2,592) 
Remainder of County 

Darllceton County 

Derllnpton (Pop. 5,566) 
BartsTllle (Pop. 5,067) 
Remainder of County 

Dillon County 


45 
56 

59 


118 
30 

113 


43 
54 

61 


63 
34 

69 


36 
34 


40 
19 

145 


87 
26 

125 


41 
20 

143 


45 
24 

127 


22 
12 

31 


20 
57 

23 

55 


36 
97 

28 

115 


56 
21 
58 


11 
66 

32 

64 


6 
19 

10 

30 


27 
118 

46 

34 


37 
88 

35 

50 


26 

117 

48 
34 


36 
91 

22 

38 


12 
19 

7 

15 


29 
21 
5 

64 


59 

46 
10 

92 


31 
22 
5 

52 


33 
29 
2 

67 


15 
15 

30 


14 
20 

95 


38 
12 

196 


13 
21 

90 


22 

16 

150 


12 
3 

62 


22 
32 

91 


56 
36 

146 


20 
32 

97 


30 
37 

74 


16 
12 

38 


36 
40 
19 

50 


80 
99 
17 

73 


3S 
39 
18 

51 


62 
80 


24 

29 


39 
14 
38 

115 

130 


102 
14 
30 

123 

208 


40 
15 
42 

121 

130 


49 
5 
20 

113 

129 


29 
4 
5 

27 

59 


'lllon (Pop. 2,731) 
K3T=alnder of County 

Dorchester County 

Suumervllle (Pop. 2,579) 
Remainder of County 

Edgefield County 

Fairfield County 


22 

2B 

23 


44 

29 

23 


27 

23 


31 
49 

20 


14 

10 
8 


8 
15 

45 

43 


8 
15 

67 

63 


e 

15 
43 
41 


8 
12 

68 

55 


3 

15 
22 


56 
74 

139 


127 
81 

180 


56 
7* 

140 


66 
63 

146 


41 
18 

46 


Easley (Pop. 4,886) 
Remainder of County 


30 
109 


48 
132 


30 
110 


25 
121 


14 
31 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF SO. CAROLINA ( Continued j 

TABLE 2- ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














County and city 


Number 

of 
stablish 
menu 


ReceipU 

(add 0001 


AcUve 

Pro- 

prieton 


Em 
ployea" 


Total. 
Pay Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


Numbe 
ol 

ettabluh 


Receipla 

(add 000) 


Adive 
Pro- 


Em. 
ployeet* 


Total, 
Pay RoU 

(add 000 




Rlohland County 

Colunbia (Pop. SI. 661) 
Sau Claire (Pop. Z,9X5) 
RomaiDder of County 

Saluda County 

Bateabupg (part) (Pop. 234) 
Ramalndar of County 

Spartanburg County 

Spartanburg (?op. 28,723) 
Woodruff (Pop. 3,176) 
Remalndor of County 


see 


41.343 


273 


640 


t441 


Strntor Comity 

SnmtMT (Pop. U,780) 
Basfiindor of County 

Union Coxmty 

Union (Pop. 7,419) 
Ronalndor of County 

kllllBinsburg County 


98 


t216 


91 


144 


♦74 




229 
3 
3< 

66 


1.286 
2 

55 

70 


231 
3 
39 

66 


560 

1 
79 

76 


423 
18 

16 


27 
81 


201 
15 

124 


66 
25 

60 


129 
15 

67 


72 

2 

34 




47 
34 

44 

131 


104 
20 

68 

213 


48 
32 

41 
130 


48 
19 

47 

100 


30 
4 

19 
46 




56 
293 


70 
797 


66 
291 


76 
380 


16 
213 




135 
19 
139 


549 
34 
214 


134 
19 

138 


270 
14 
96 


170 
6 
37 


CloTor (Pop. 3,111) 
Book EUl (Pop. U,322) 
lorli (Pop. 2,827) 
BflOBlnder of Coimty 


13 
61 
18 

39 


25 
126 

21 
41 


12 
65 
17 
36 


9 
55 
11 
25 


4 
30 
5 
7 




STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA 




TOTAL FOR 9EA.TE 

Amstroag County 

Aurora County 

Baadla County 

Huron (Pop. 10.946) 
Rfimalnder of County 

Bennett County 

Bon Haane County 

Brookings County 

Brookings (Pop. 4,376) 
Remainder of County 

Brown County 
Aberdeen (Pop. 16,466) 
Remainder of County 

Brule County 

Buffalo County 

Butte County 

Campbell County 

Clttarlee Mix Coiinty 

Clark County 

Clay County 

TemlUlon (Pop. 2,850) 
Renalnder of County 

Codington County 

Watertown (Pop, 10,214) 
Renalnder of County 

Corson County 

Custer County 

DoTlflon County 
Hitcholl (Pop. 10,942) 
Remainder of County 

Day County 

Deuel County 

Devey County 

Douglas County 

Edminds County 

Fall River County 

Hot Springs (Pop. 2,908) 
Remainder of Coonty 

Faxak Coimty 

Grant County 

Gregory County 

Haakon County 


3,021 


»5,370 


3,216 


1,704 


»1,054 


Bamlln County 

Hand County 

Haneon County 

Harding County 

Hugboa County 

Plapra (Pop. 3,659) 
Raialnd.r of County 

Hutohlnaon County 

Hyde County 

Jaokaon County 

Jarauld County 

Jones County 

Kingsbury County 

Lake County 

Uadlson (Pop. 4,289) 
Benainder of County 

Lawranoe County 

Daadwood (Pop. 2,559) 
Lead (Pop. 5,733) 
Beoalnder of County 

Lincoln County 

Lynan County 

UoCook County 

UoFhareon County 

Uarahall County 

Msade County 

Mellette County 

Uiner County 

Ulnnahataa County 

Sloui Tails (Pop. 33,362) 
Benainder of County 

Uoody County 

Pennington County 

Rapid City (Pop. 10,404) 
Bmalnder of County 

Perklne County 

Potter County 

Roberts County 

Sanborn County 

Shannon County 


30 
27 
33 
47 
24 


»38 
35 
39 
23 
92 


30 
28 
31 
57 
25 


8 
13 
25 

4 
16 


18 

7 
17 

3 
14 




26 

78 


35 
193 


27 
81 


10 
69 


6 

38 




52 
26 

10 

88 

47 


146 

47 

15 
102 
113 


53 
28 

9 

96 

46 


62 

7 

2 

35 
30 


34 
4 

1 

14 

21 




18 

6 

58 
16 
14 
54 
U 
67 
63 


82 

10 

66 

19 
16 
62 
16 
90 
92 


19 
6 

58 

14 

13 

72 

8 

66 

66 


IS 

1 

20 
7 
3 

27 
6 

13 

30 


13 

1 

7 
3 
2 

11 
3 
8 

18 




30 

17 

12S 


77 
36 

356 


30 
16 

126 


21 
9 

123 


13 
8 

87 




98 
27 

29 

14 
66 
20 
103 
32 
31 


323 
33 

48 

6 

86 

22 

100 

39 

59 


101 
25 

30 

15 

79 

20 

121 

30 

32 


119 

4 

24 
2 
22 
4 
27 
13 
25 


8S 
2 

12 
2 

16 
3 

13 
8 

13 




30 
33 

68 


65 
27 

203 


31 
35 

65 


23 

7 

65 


15 
3 

39 




30 
20 
18 

58 

17 

38 

30 

23 

43 

11 

152 

233 


96 
73 
34 

80 

16 

51 

41 

40 

90 

10 

91 

807 


29 
19 
17 

60 

18 

39 

29 

23 

46 

10 

213 

238 


32 

18 
15 

19 

1 

22 

10 

16 

33 

1 

28 

289 


11 
17 
11 

12 

1/ 
9 
6 
10 
17 
2 
10 
224 




14 
17 

66 


42 

17 

209 


15 
17 

69 


22 
3 

74 


U 
2 

44 




85 

11 

14 
23 
70 


202 

7 

18 
38 
214 


57 
12 

13 

23 

72 


74 

5/ 

3 
18 
78 


44 

3 
9 
56 




63 

7 

42 

57 
13 
26 
23 
35 


193 
21 

51 

48 

a 

39 
39 
78 


66 

6 

43 
58 
14 
27 
25 
38 


60 
12 

14 

16 

3 

7 

8 

30 


47 
9 

8 

4 

2 

4 

5 

12 




178 
65 

82 

90 


714 
93 

76 

292 


183 
55 

93 

92 


257 
32 

17 

128 


211 

13 

9 

79 




64 
26 

20 

24 

78 
29 
5 
59 


255 

37 

42 

41 
104 

43 

4 

121 


65 
27 

20 

22 

85 

29 

5 

63 


92 
36 

6 

12 

61 
3 

25 


70 
9 

7 

8 

10 

2 

16 




21 
14 

30 

35 

83 

17 


54 

24 

48 

50 
81 
27 


23 
15 

27 

37 

89 

19 


19 

U 

13 
6 

17 
3 


8 

4 

5 
11 
2 




Bedfield (Pop. 2,664) 
Remainder of Coun^ 


29 
30 


84 

37 


34 
29 


18 
7 


12 

4 



2/ Lew ihbn $500 





















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BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA (Continued) 

TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 












Couniy and city 


Numbe 

ol 
mMM 
ments 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Adivc 

Pro. 

prielon 


Em. 
ployees" 


Total. 
Fey RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

of 
eslablish 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro- 

prieton 


Em. 
ployees" 


Tou). 
Pay RoU 

(add 000 


Stanley County 
Sully County 
Todd County 
Tripp County 
Turner County 
Union County 


6 
12 

4 
29 
47 
99 


J5 

IB 
2 
61 
56 
104 


5 
11 

4 
29 
48 
113 


1 
6 
1 
23 
11 
26 


*1 

4 

s/ 

16 
5 
14 


Walworth County 

Mobridgo (Pop. 3.464) 

Remainder of County 

1/ 
Weshabaugh and Washington Countfas 

Washington County 1/ 
(Combined with Washabau^ County 

Tankton County 

Yankton (Pop. 6,072) 
Remainder of County 

Ziebach County 


34 


i46 


35 


9 


t4 


18 
16 

3 
73 


32 
14 

2 
190 


19 
16 

3 
75 


7 
2 

59 


4 
43 


49 
24 

10 


167 
23 

U 


50 
25 

8 


44 

15 

1 


39 
4 

2 


STATE OF TENNESSEE 




TOTAL FOR STMB 

Anderson County 

Bedford County 

SholbyrUlo (Pop. 5,010) 
Remainder of County 

Benton County 

Bledsoe County 

Bloiint County 

Alcoa (Pop. 5.255) 
Maryrllle (Pop. 4,958) 
Remainder of County 

Bradley County 

Cleveland (Pop. 9,136) 
Remainder of County 

Campbell County 

La ?ollette (Pop. 2,637) 
Remainder of County 

Cannon County 

Carroll County 

Carter County 

Elizabethton (Pop. 8,093) 
Remainder of County 

Cheatham County 

Chester County 

Claiborne County 

Clay County 

Coclte County 
Newport (Pop. 2,989) 
Remainder of County 

Coffee County 

Tullahoma (Pop. 4,023) 
Remainder of County 

Crockett County 

Cumberland County 

DeTldson Coxinty 

NashTllle (Pop. 153,866) 
Remainder of County 

Decatur County 

De Kalb County 

Dickson County 

Dickson (Pop. 2,902) 
Remainder of County 

Dyer County 

Dyersburg (Pop. 8,733) 
Remainder of County 

FayBtte County 

Fentress County 


9,967 


#25,318 


10,1B7 


10,936 


$6,741 


Frenklin County 

OibsOQ County 

Humboldt (Pop. 4,613) 
Milan (Pop. 3,155' 
Trenton (Pop. 2.892) 
Remainder of County 

Giles County 

Pulaski (Pop. 3,367) 
Remainder of County 

Grainger County 

Greene County 

araeneville(pop. 5.544) 
Remainder of County 

Gnmdy County 

Hamblen County 

Uorristown (Pop. 7,305) 
Remalndor of County 

Hamilton County 

Chattanooga (Pop. 119,798) 
Remainder of County 

Hancc^k County 

Hardeman County 

Hardin County 

Hawkins County 

Haywood County 

BrownsTllla (Pop. 3,204) 
Ren&lnder of County 

Henderson County 

Henry County 

Paris (Pop. 8,164) 
Remainder of County 

Hickman County 

Houston County 

Humphreys County 

Jackson County 

Jefferson County 

Johnson County 

Knox County 

KnoiTille (Pop. 105,802) 
Remainder of County 

Lake County 

Lauderdale County 

Lawrence County 


72 
150 


»111 
310 


75 
154 


46 
126 


»21 
60 


33 
109 


72 
172 


30 
113 


31 
60 


15 
26 


24 
20 
27 
79 

124 


66 
101 
70 
73 

158 


34 

19 
24 

87 

131 


29 
33 
24 
40 

82 


17 
17 
15 
11 

30 


42 
67 

20 

19 

59 


95 
77 

34 

28 
140 


47 
66 

21 

17 
66 


41 
19 

14 

28 
45 


19 
7 

8 

8 

26 


31 
93 

29 

86 


88 

70 

29 
125 


34 

97 

28 
88 


44 
38 

19 

55 


22 
8 

5 

28 


3 
40 
16 

138 


2 
119 
19 

183 


3 
42 
21 

151 


40 
5 

104 


2/ 
24 

42 


36 
48 

22 

25 


101 
24 

34 

71 


40 
48 

23 

25 


48 

7 

24 
41 


1 
24 


53 
85 

72 


141 
42 

121 


58 
93 

72 


57 
47 

61 


33 
9 

26 


18 
727 


63 
8 

2,634 


17 
8 

704 


37 
4 

994 


23 

1 

785 


25 

47 

21 
75 
56 


63 

58 

23 
111 
102 


25 
47 

20 

79 

60 


29 
32 

21 

51 

47 


16 
9 

3 

22 

24 


600 
127 

53 

64 
82 
113 
81 


2,496 
138 

49 

118 

128 

114 

101 


575 
129 

58 

66 

80 

130 

61 


935 
59 

6 

69 

121 

61 

54 


763 
22 

1 

22 

36 

16 

21 


31 
. 25 

17 

48 

58 

39 

35 


87 
15 

28 

50 

64 

20 

90 


33 
27 

17 

54 

60 

40 

38 


45 
2 

12 

20 

27 

12 

34 


23 

1 

3 
8 
7 
2 
20 


33 
48 

73 

64 


78 
23 

71 

144 


33 

48 

75 
75 


29 
25 

29 

72 


17 

4 

14 
36 


21 
14 

66 


78 
12 

113 


23 
15 

69 


32 
2 

58 


19 

1 

31 


41 
23 

46 

48 

70 

45 

31 

43 

499 


121 
23 

69 

20 

73 

27 

46 

42 

2.352 


47 
28 

44 

48 
73 
52 
28 
40 
480 


49 
23 

5 
64 
22 
24 
39 
956 


32 
4 

18 

2 

25 

4 

11 

8 

727 


26 
39 

82 

22 

1,287 


59 
54 

71 

23 

5,296 


25 
44 

86 

23 

1,241 


28 

30 

42 

4 
2,058 


20 
11 

15 

2 

1.625 


1,17b 
111 

28 

63 

97 


5,035 
260 

52 

78 

116 


1,13? 
109 

29 

77 

106 


1,971 
87 

28 

27 

64 


1,475 
50 

12 

9 

17 


474 
25 

24 

125 

80 


2,321 
31 

54 

76 

107 


465 
25 

26 

129 

88 


942 
14 

26 

62 

40 


721 
6 

13 

19 

15 


32 
65 

148 


57 
59 

229 


36 
70 

156 


29 
35 

123 


13 

4 

48 


6S 
95 

21 

39 


165 
64 

35 

37 


58 
98 

20 

38 


72 
51 

26 

20 


39 
9 

12 

5 


Lawrenceburg (Pop. 3,102) 
Remainder of County 

Lewis Coxmty 


21 
59 

27 


58 
49 

32 


25 
63 

30 


23 

17 

46 


11 

4 

11 



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ESTABLISHMEI'lTS: 19.35 












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BUSINESS 






STATE OF TENNESSEE Continued 














TABLE 2.- ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL 
















FOR COUNTIES, 


AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 














N>.mber 




Active 




Total. 




Numbe, 




Active 


Em 
pioyees* 


Total, 


County and city 


of 
»tablish 


ReceipU 

(add 0001 


Pro. 
prieton 


Em 
ployee*' 


P.y Roll 

add 000 


County and city 


of 
establish 
ments 


ReceipU 

(add 000) 


Pro. 
piietors 


Pay Roll 

add 000 


Lincoln County 

rayetterille (Pop, 3,882) 


92 


}i26 


102 


48 


t26 


Robertson Covarty 

Springfield (Pop. 5,577) 


121 


1192 


124 


96 


»37 


34 


82 


40 


31 


19 


34 


84 


36 


39 


22 


Remainder of County 


58 


44 


62 


17 


' 


Remainder of County 


87 


108 


88 


57 


15 


Loudon County 

Lenoir City {Pop. 4.470) 


54 


107 


57 


32 


19 


Rutherford County 

Murfreeeboro (Pop. 7,993) 


113 


258 


124 


80 


37 


15 


41 


17 


10 


6 


57 


187 


62 


62 


33 


Loudon (Pop. 2,57ej 


38 


52 


30 


18 


11 


Remainder of County 


56 


71 


62 


18 


4 


Remainder of County 


11 


14 


10 


4 


2 


























Scott C-junty 


50 


38 


52 


34 


10 


McMinn County 

Athens (Pop, 5,365) 


146 


212 


156 


103 


37 


Sequatchie County 


14 


20 


13 


12 


3 


40 


82 


43 


40 


18 


Etowah (Pop. 4,209) 


29 


57 


24 


20 


11 














Resitiiiidor of County 


77 


73 


88 


43 


6 


Sevier County 


43 


50 


45 


17 


10 


McNairy County 


54 


61 


58 


45 


16 


Shelby County 


1.292 


5,640 


1.267 


2,269 


1,683 












MemphiB (Pop. 253,143) 


1,217 


5,410 


1,195 


2,185 


1,616 


Ubcoq County 


74 


52 


89 


20 


4 


Remainder of County 


75 


230 


72 


84 


67 


Madison County 

Jacicaon (Pop. :i2,172) 


136 


509 


145 


228 


147 


Smith County 


78 


81 


82 


21 


10 


UO 


484 


116 


207 


141 


Remainder of County 


26 


25 


29 


21 


6 


Stewart Cotrnty 


69 


43 


68 


24 


4 


Uarioc Count" 


44 


64 


48 


25 


12 


Sxaiivan County . / 
Bristol (part) (Pop. 12,005)2/ 


129 


391 


125 


202 


130 














45 


182 


44 


S3 


59 


Uarsball County 

LenlsbuTi; (Pop. 3,112) 


86 


122 


95 


62 


23 


Kingsport (Pop. 11,914) 
Remainder of County 


55 
29 


188 
21 


52 
29 


100 
19 


67 

4 


24 


64 


27 


25 


14 


Remainder of Coxinty 


64 


58 


68 


37 


9 














Maury County 

Columbia (Pop. 7,832) 


166 


305 


182 


153 


62 


Sumner County 

Gallatin (Pop. 3,050) 
Remainder of County 


85 


186 


86 


83 


36 


33 
52 


116 
70 


33 
53 


58 
25 


29 
7 


58 


190 


56 


79 


45 


Remainder of County 


108 


115 


116 


74 


17 














Uelgs County 


28 


14 


28 


16 


2 


Tipton County 

Covington (Pop. 3,397) 


42 


92 


45 


46 


21 


27 


72 


29 


29 


17 














Remainder of County 


15 


20 


16 


17 


4 


Uonroe County 


74 


82 


79 


57 


17 


























Trousdale County 


29 


30 


28 


10 


4 


Itoatgomery County 

Clarksvllle (Pop. 9.242) 
Remulnder of County 


140 


251 


147 


122 


74 


TJnicol County 


29 


52 


27 


26 


14 


54 


202 


58 


84 


66 


86 


49 


89 


38 


8 


Erwin (Pop. 3,623) 


17 


47 


15 


24 


14 














Remainder of County 


12 


5 


12 


2 


2/ 


Moore County 


32 


28 


38 


17 


3 


























Union County 


29 


19 


34 


15 


4 


Morgan County 


24 


25 


26 


17 


5 


























Van Buren County 


9 


11 


8 


5 


1 


Obion County 

Union City (Pop. 5,865) 
Remainder of County 


125 


200 


139 


100 


40 


Warren County 


94 


106 


103 


41 


16 


35 


94 


38 


34 


19 


90 


106 


101 


66 


21 


McMinnTille (Pop. 3,914) 


35 


77 


42 


19 


12 














ReLiaJnder of County 


69 


29 


61 


22 


4 


Orerton County 


72 


51 


69 


30 


12 


























Washington County 


134 


400 


126 


161 


110 


Perry County 


23 


22 


24 


25 


4 


Johnson City (Pop. 25,080) 


101 


331 


93 


140 


97 














Remainder of County 


33 


69 


33 


21 


13 


Plelcett County 


31 


19 


36 


19 


4 


























Wayne County 


48 


46 


46 


44 


16 


Polk County 


54 


85 


53 


53 


24 














Putnam County 

Cookevllle (Pop. 3,738) 


136 


136 


149 


94 


34 


WeaJiley County 

Martin (Pop. 3,300) 
Remainder of County 


111 


196 


124 


87 


36 


23 
88 


79 
117 


22 
102 


29 

58 


19 
17 


34 


80 


34 


36 


24 


Remainder of County 


102 


56 


115 


56 


10 


























White County 


93 


65 


100 


34 


12 


Rhea Coxmty 


50 


70 


49 


27 


11 


























Williamson County 


38 


90 


42 


33 


17 


Roane County 

Harrlman (Pop. 4,588) 


104 


201 


107 


64 


39 


Franklin (Pop. 3,377) 
Remainder of Cotinty 


IB 
20 


79 
11 


22 
20 


28 

5 


16 

1 


27 


56 


27 


16 


9 


Rocicwood (Pop. 3,898) 


16 


81 


15 


24 


22 














Remainder of Coiinty 


61 


64 


65 


24 


8 


Wilson County 

Lebanon (Pop. 4,656) 


116 


188 


129 


85 


41 


39 


135 


47 


60 


36 














Remainder of County 


77 


53 


82 


25 


5 



lol. 5ulli.u, Count, 



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CENSUS OF 
BUSINESS 


SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS: 1935 
STATE OF TEXAS 

TABLE 2. - ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL. 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2 500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 










County and city 


Numbe 

o( 
^ablisF 
ments 


Receipti 

(3<llt 000) 


Active 

Pro- 

prielon 


Em. 
ploye€s» 


Total. 
Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

o( 
establish 


Receiptj 

l3dd 000) 


Active 
Pro- 
prietor* 


Em. 
pioyees- 


TolJ, 
Pay Roll 

(add 000 


TOTAL FOR STATE 

Anderson County 

Palestine (pop. 11,445) 
Remainder of County 

Andrews County 

Angelina County 

Lufkln (pop. 7,3U) 
Remainder of County 

Aransas County 

Archer County 

Armstrong County 

Atascosa County 

Austin County 

Bailey County 

Banders County 

Bastrop County 

anlthTlUe (pop. 3,296) 
Remainder of County 

Baylor County 

Seymour (pop. 2,626) ~l 
Remainder of. County _/ 

Bee County 

BeeTlUe (pop. 4,806) 
Bamalnder of County 

Bell County 

Belton (pop. 3,779) 
Temple (pop. 15,345) 
Remainder of County 

Peiar County 

Alamo Heights (pop. 3,874) 
San Antonio (pop. 231,542) 
Remainder of County 

Blanco County 

Borden County 

Bosque County 

Bowie County 

Teiarkana (part) (pop. 16,602)1/ 
Ranainder of County 

Brazoria County 

Freeport (pop. 3,162) 
Remainder of County 

Brazos County 

Bryan (pop. 7,614) 
Remainder of County 

Brewster County 

Alpine (pop. 3,495) 
Remainder of County 

Briscoe County 

Brooks County 

Brown County 

Brownwood (pop. 12,789) 
Remainder of County 

Burleson County 

Burnet County 

Caldwell County 

Lockhart (pop. 4,357) 
Lullng (pop. 5,970) 
Remainder of Comity 

Calhoun County 

Callahan County 

Cameron County 

BrownsTlllo (pop. 22,021) 
Harllngen (pop. 12,124) 


=2,776 


t72,318 


23,390 


30,678 


$21,973 


Cameron County (continued) 
San Benito (pop. 10,753) 
Remainder of County 

Camp County 

Pittsburg (pop. 2,640) 
Remainder of County 

Carson County 

Cass County 

Castro Ciunty 

Chambers Cotinty 

Chorokee County 

Jacksonville (pop. 6,748) 
Rusk (pop. 3,859) 
Remainder of County 

Childress County 

Childress (pop. 7,163) 
Remainder of County 

Clay County 

Coctiran and Yoakum Counties i/ 

Cokf County 

Coleman County 

Coleman (pop. 6,078) 
Remainder of County 

Collin County 

UcKlnrey (pop. 7,307) 
Remainder of County 

Collingsworth County 
WeUington (pop. 3,570) 
Remainder of County 

Colorado County 

Comal County 

New Braunfels (pop. 6,242) 
Remainder of County 

Comanche County 

Concho County 

Cooke County 
OalnesTille (pop. 8,915) 
Remainder of County 

Coryell County 

OatesvlUe (pop. 2,601) 
Remainder of County 

Cottle County 

Paducah (pop. 2,802) ~l 
Remainder of County J 

Crane County 

Crockett County 

Crosby County 

Culberson County 

Dallam County 

Dalhart (part) (pop. 4,487) "I 
Ranalnder of County J 

Dalles County 

Dallas (pop. 260,475) 
CnlTersity Park (pop. 4,200) 
Highland Park (pop. 6,422) "T 
Ranalnder of County _f 

Dawson County 

Lamesa (pop. 3,528) 
Remainder of County 

Deaf anith County 

Delta County 

Denton County 

Denton (pop. 9,587) 
Ranalnder of County 


65 
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43 


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204 
73 


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59 


107 
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105 


332 
315 


141 
105 


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120 


74 
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STATE OF TEXAS i Continued) 

TABLE 2, ESTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL, 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 



nty and city 



De Witt County 

Cuero (pop. 4,672) 

Yoakum (part) (pop. 2,054) 

Hemalndor of County 

Dickens County 

Dimmit County 

Donley County 

Clarendon (pop. 2,756) 
Remai nder of County 

DuTsl County 

Eaatland County 

Cisco (pop, 6,027) 
Eastland (pop, 4,648) 
Ranger (pop. 6,208) 
Ramolnder of County 

Ector County 

Edwards County 

Ellis County 

Ennla (pop. 7,069) 
Waxahachle (pop. 8,042) 
Remainder of County 

El Paso County 

El Paso (pop. 102,421) 
Remainder of County 

Erath County 

Stephenville (pop. 3,944) 
Remainder of County 

Falls county 

Marlln (pop. 5,336) 
Remainder of County 

Fannin County 

Bonham (pop. 5,655} 
Remainder of County 

Fayette County 

Fisher County 

Floyd County 

Floydada (pop. 2,637) 
Remainder of County 

Foard County 

Fort Bend County 

Franklin County 

Freestone County 
Teague (pop. 3,509) 
Remainder of county 

Frio County 

Pearsall (pop. 2.536) 
Remainder of County 



Receipts 

(add 0001 



Receipts 
(add OQOI 



Gain 



County 



Galveston County 

Galveston (pop. 52,938) 
Texas City (pop. 3,534) 
Remainder of County 

Garza County 

Gillespie County 

Glesacock County 1/ 

(Combined with Sterling County) 



Gonzales County 

Gonzales (pop. 3,859) 
Remainder of County 

Gray County 

Pampa (pop. 10,470) 
Remainder of County 



Grayson County 

Denlson (pop. 13,850) 
Sherman (pop. 15,713) 
Remainder of County 

Gregg County 

Longriew (pop, 5,036) 
Remainder of County 

Grimes County 

NavasotB (pop. 5,128) 
Remainder of Coimty 

Guadalupe County 

Sequin (pop. 5,225) 
Remainder of County 

Halo County 

PlelnTiew (pop, 8,834) 
Remainder of County 

Hall County 

Memphis (pop. 4,257) 
Remainder of County 

Hamilton County 

Hansford County 

Rardaman County 

Quanah (pop. 4,464) 
Remainder of County 

Hardin County 

Harris County 

Goose Creek (pop. 5,208) 
Houston (pop. 292,352) 
Pelly (pop. 3,452) 
Remainder of County 

Harrison County 

Marshall (pop. 16,203) 
Remal nder of County 

Hartley County 

Dalhart (part) (pop. 204) 
Remainder of County 

Haskell County 

Haskell (pop. 2,632) 
Remainder of County 

Hays County 

San Marcos (pop. 5,134) 
Remainder of County 

Hemphill County 

Henderson County 

Athens (pop. 4,342) 
Remainder of County 

Hidalgo County 

Donne (pop. 4,103) 
Edinburg (pop. 4,821) 
UcAllen (pop. 9,074) 
Mercedes (pop. 6,608) 
Miealon (pop. 5,120) 
Pharr (pop. 3,225) 
Heslaco (pop. 4,879) 
Remainder of County 

Hill County 

Hillsboro (pop, 7,823) 
Remainder of County 

Hockley County 

Hood County 

Hopkins County 

Sulphur Springs (pop. 5,417) 
Remainder of County 

Houston County 

Crockett (pop. 4,441) 
Remainder of County 

Howard County 

Big Spring (pop. 13,735) 
Remainder of County 

Hudspeth County 



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STATE OF TEXAS "Continued) 

TABLE 2. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PERSONNEL. AND PAY ROLL. 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 










County and city 


Nurrbc 

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of 
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meats 


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Active 

Pro- 

prieton 


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ployees" 


Total. 
Pay Roll 

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Hunt County 

Commerce (pop. 4,267) 
GroenvlUe (pop. 12,407) 
Remainder of Coimty 

Hutchlnaon County 
Borger (pop. 6,532) 
Remainder of County 

Irion County 

Jack Coxinty 

Jackson County 

Jasper County 

Jasper (pop. 3,393) 
Remainder of County 

Jeff Dayle County 

Jefferson County 

Beaumont (pop. 57,732) 
Port Arthur (pop. 60,902) 
Bamalnder of County 

JijB Hogg County 

Jim »eUs County 
Alios (pop. 4,239) 
Remainder of Cotinty 

Johnson County 

Cleburne {pop. 11,539) 
Remainder of County 

Jones County 

Stamford (pop. 4,095) 
Remainder of Co»inty 

Karnes County 

Kenedy (pop. 2,610) 
Remainder of County 

Kaufman Coxmty 
Terrell (pop. 8,795) 
Remainder of County 

Kendall County 

Kenedy County 

Kent County 

Kerr County 

Kerryllle (pop. 4,546) 
Remainder of County 

Kimble County 

King County 

Kinney County 

Kleberg County 

KlngSTlllo (pop. 6,815) 
Remainder of County 

Knox County 

Lamar County 

Paris (pop. 15,649) 
Remainder of County 

Lamb County 

Uttlefleld (pop. 3,218) 
Remainder of County 

Lan^tasaa County 

Lampasas (pop. 2,709) 
Remainder of County 

La Salle County 


ie£ 


»488 


196 


215 


♦127 


Liberty County 

Limestone County 
Meila (pop. 6,679) 
Remainder of County 

Lipscomb County 

LlTe Oak County 

Llano Coxmty 

Loving County 

(Combined with i»ard County) 1/ 

Lubbock County 

Lubbock (pop. 20,620) 
Slaton (pop. 3,876) 
Remainder of County 

Lynn County 

UcCullooh County 
Brady (pop. 3,983) 
Remainder of County 

UcLennan County 
Mart (pop. 2,853) 
Jaco (pop. 5«,84e) 
Remainder of County 

Mddullen County 

UadlsoD County 

Marlon County 

tlextln County 

Season County 

Matagorda County 

Bay City (pop. 4,070) 
Remainder of County 

Maverick County 

Eagle Pass (pop. 5,059) ~[ 
Remainder of County J 

Uedica County 

t-lanard County 

Midland County 

Midland (pop. 5,484) 
Remainder of County 

Kllam Coility 

Coneron (pop. 4,565} 
Remainder of County 

Kills County 

Mitchell County 

Colorado (pop. 4,671) 
Remainder of County 

Montague County 
Bowie (pop. 3,131) 
Remainder of County 

Montgomery County 

Moore County 

Montis County 

Motley County 

Nacogdoches County 

Nacogdoches (pop. 5,687) 
Remainder of County 

Navarro County 

Corsicana (pop. 15,202) 
Remainder of Cotmty 

Newton County 

Nolan County 

Sweetwater (pop. 10,848) 
Remainder of County 

Nueces County 

Corpus Chrlstl (pop. 27,741) 
Robstown (pop. 4,183) 
Remainder of County 


66 
126 


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207 


65 
128 


46 
89 


128 

49 


34 

92 
56 

65 


100 
324 
64 

228 


36 
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58 

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27 

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10 

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107 
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196 


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119 

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109 

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56 

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32 
30 

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18 
16 

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34 

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31 
10 
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126 
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81 

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261 


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66 
35 

48 


235 
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117 
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53 
31 

32 


44 
54 

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28 

36 

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6 

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Remainder of County 

LaTaca County 


25 
9 

87 


29 

3 

154 


26 
9 

84 


6 
71 


3 
32 


33 
14 

220 


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34 

14 

211 


48 
4 

636 


30 
2 

387 


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Remainder of County 

Lee County 

Leon County 


6 
81 

31 

44 


25 
129 

41 

48 


6 
78 

33 

46 


2 
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18 

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21 
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487 
37 
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STATE OF TEXAS (Continued) 














TABLE 2. - ESTABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS. PERSONNEL, AND PAY ROLL, 
FOR COUNTIES, AND CITIES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS 










County and city 


Number 

ol 
slablish 
meats 


Receipts 

(add 000) 


Active 

Pro- 

prieton 


Em. 
ployees- 


Total. 
Pay RoU 

add 000 


County and city 


Number 

ol 
esUblish 
ments 


Receipts 

(add 0001 


Active 

Pro- 

prielors 


Em- 
ployees* 


ToU. 

Pay Roll 

(add 000 


Oehlltre* Coujit7 

Perryton (pop. 2,92*) 
Raaalnder of County 


19 


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19 


17 


»12 


Shelby County 

Center (pop. 2,510) 
Remainder of County 


4> 


tl20 


47 


96 


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19 


58 


19 


17 


12 


17 
25 


49 

76 


22 
25 


21 
74 


12 
15 


Oldham County 


4 


3 


4 


- 


-- 


Sherman County 


1 


10 


7 


3 


2 


Orange County 

Orange (pop. 7,913) 
Remainder of County 


44 


105 


91 


28 


18 


Smith County 


19S 


870 


208 


322 


270 


40 

4 


102 
3 


47 

4 


28 


18 


Tyler (pop. 17,113) 
Remainder of County 


142 
53 


781 
89 


149 
9« 


288 
34 


251 

19 


Palo Pinto County 

Mineral Weill (pop. 5,S8«] 
Remainder of County 


92 


284 


96 


104 


48 


Somerrell County 


12 
30 


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34 


13 
28 


6 
18 


2 
9 


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27 


243 
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68 
28 


91 
13 


42 
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Starr County 


Panola County 

Parker County 
Weatherford (pop. 4,912) 
Remainder of County 


2« 

95 


49 

145 


32 
70 


22 
41 


9 
27 


Stephena County 

Breckenrldge (pop. 7,569) 
Remainder of County 

Sterling and Glasacock Countlee^ 


42 


96 


44 


32 


23 


37 
5 

5 


92 
3 

6 


39 
5 

2 


32 

4 


23 
3 


48 
17 


131 
14 


52 

18 


39 
2 


26 

1 


Parmer County 


27 


40 


29 


16 


9 


Stonewall County 


19 


19 


16 


6 


2 


Pecoa County 

^rt Stockton (pop. S,695) 
Remainder of County 


34 


77 


35 


33 


22 


Sutton County 
Swisher County 


14 
29 


25 
63 


16 
31 


24 
22 


8 
15 


19 
15 


49 

28 


20 
15 


17 
16 


16 
6 


poUc County 

Potter County 
imarlllo (part) (pop. 42,015) "1 
Remainder of County _f 

Prealdlo County 
Marfa (pop. 3,909) 
Remainder of County 

Ralna County 

Randall County 

Jmarlllo (part) (pop. 1.117) 
Canyon (pop. 2,821) ~l 
Remainder of County _J 

Reagan County 


35 
252 


132 

948 


3S 
249 


20 
338 


25 

303 


Tarrant County 

Arlington (pop. 3,661) 
Fort Worth (pop. 163,447) 
Remainder of County 

Taylor County 

Abilene (pop. 23,175) 
Remainder of County 

Terrell County 

Terry County 

Throckmorton County 

TltuB County 

Uount Pleasant (pop. 3,541) 
Remainder of County 


1,070 


3,669 


1,095 


1,393 


1,182 


2S 
996 
91 

201 


51 
3,544 

74 

669 


26 

1,025 

51 

221 


15 

1,399 

19 

233 


9 

1,161 

12 

173 


252 
24 


948 
53 


249 
27 


338 
14 


303 
13 


162 

39 

16 
16 
16 
38 


616 
43 

28 

46 

22 

52 


178 
43 

17 

16 

17 

38 


219 
14 

21 

19 

6 

27 


167 
6 

9 
14 

4 
12 


16 
8 

26 

29 


46 

7 

17 
58 


19 
8 

29 

25 


12 
2 

15 

26 


12 

1 

2 
12 


29 
9 


58 
90 


25 
9 


26 

12 


12 
20 


29 
9 


44 

6 


29 

9 


24 

3 


11 

1 


Real County 

Red HlTer County 

ClarkeTllle (pop. 2,952) 
Remainder of County 

Reevee County 

Pecoa (pop. 3,304) 
Remainder of County 


16 
46 


15 
85 


19 
45 


16 
40 


5 
13 


Tom Green County 

San Ingslo (pop. 25,306) 
Remainder of County 

TraTla County 

Austin (pop. 53,120) 
Remainder of Coun