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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION 

~ " A^'H 8 1936 



DIVISION OF REVIEW 



EVIDENCE STUDY 
NO. 47 

OP 

THE CANNING INDUSTRY 



Prepared by 
THE INDUSTRY STATISTICS UNIT 



December, 1935 



PRELIMINARY DRAFT 
(NOT FOR RELEASE: FOR USE IN DIVISION ONLY) 



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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION 

ArR 8 1936 

DIVISION OF REVIEW 



EVIDENCE STUDY 
NO. 47 

OF 



THE CANNING INDUSTRY 



Prepared by 

THE INDUSTRY STATISTICS UNIT 



December, 1935 



PRELIMINARY DRAFT 
(NOT FOR RELEASE: FOR USE IN DIVISION ONLY) 



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THE EVIEENCE STUDY SEMES 

The EVinENCE STUDIES were oricjinally planned as a means of gathering evidencsf 
tearing twon various legal issues v/hich arose under the National Industrial Re- 
covery Act. 

These studies have value quite aside from the use for v/hich they were origi- 
nally intended. Accordingly, they are now made available for confidential use 
within the Division of Review, and for inclusion in Code Histories. 

The f-ull list of the Evidence Studies is as follows: 



1. Automobile Manufacturing Ind. 23. 

2. Boot and Shoe J/Ifg. Ind. 24. 

3. Bottled Soft Drink Ind. 25. 

4. Builders' Supplies Ind. 26. 

5. Chemical Ivifg. Ind. 27. 

6. Cigar Ivlfg. Industry 28. 

7. Construction Industry 29. 
3. Cotton G-arment Industry 30, 
9. Dress Mfg. Ind. 31. 

10. Electrical Contracting Ind. 32. 

11. Electrical Mg. Ind. 33. 

12. Eah. Metal prod. Mfg., etc. 34. 

13. Fishery Industry 35. 

14. Furniture iifg. Ind. 36. 

15. G-eneral Contractors Ind. 37. 

16. G-raphic Ai'^s Ind, 38. 

17. 3-ray Iron Foundry Ind, 39. 

18. Hosiery Ind. 40. 

19. Infant's C: Children's Wear Ind. 41. 

20. Iron and Steel Ind. 42. 

21. Leather 43. 

22. Lum"her & Timter prod. Ind, 



Mason Contractors Industry 

Men's Clothing Industry 

Motion picture Industry 

Motor Bus Mfg. Industry (Dropped) 

Needlework Ind. of Puerto Rico 

Painting & Paperhanging & Decorating 

photo Engraving Industry 

Plumting Contracting Industry 

Retail Food (See No. 42) 

Retail Lumher Industry 

Retail Solid Fuel (Dropped) 

Retail Trade Industry 

Ruhter Mfg. Ind. 

Ratter Tire Mfg. Ind, 

Silk Textile Ind. 

Structural Clay Products Ind. 

Throwing Industry 

Trucking Industry 

Waste Materials Ind. 

Wholesale & Retail Food Ind. (See No. 3 

Wholesale Fresh Fruit & Veg. 



In 3.ddition to the studies trought to completion, certain materials have tee 
assemtled for other industries. These MATERIALS are included in the series and 
are also made availatle for confidential use within the Division of Review and fc 
inclusion in Code Histories, as follows: 



44. Wool Textile Industry 

45. Automotive parts & Equip, 

46. Baking Industry 

47. Canning Industry 

48. Coat and Suit Ind. 



49. Household Goods & Storage, etc.(Droppec 

ind. 50. Lotor Vehicle Retailing Trade Ind. 

51. Retail Tire & Battery Trade Ind. 

52. Ship & Boat Bldg. & Repairing Ind, 

53. Wholesaling or Distrituting Trade 



L- C. Marshall 
Director, Division of Review 



CCNTMTS 



General Notes 1-2 



Notes for Data on Form E-P-28 3-4 



Tatles 5-34 



3t( ^£ ;f: ¥ :>|£ 



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ta:3LES 



TABLE I-A - Index of Era:)lo:nne:it (1923= LJO) , 1929-1335 5 

3 - Index of Emplcyinent (1929=100), 1929-1935 5 

C - Esti-nated Nuiiber Employed, 1S29-1S55 5 

TA3LS II-A - Index of Payrolls (1923-25=100), 1929-1935 6 

B - Index of PajTolls (1929=100), 192S-1935 6 

C - Esti,.iated Weelcly ?ay.-oll, 1929-1935 6 

TABLE III-A - Average Hours Forked per Week, 1932-1935 7 

B - Total Man-Hours forked per r;"eek, 1932-1935.... 7 

TABLE I7-A - Avei-age 3Iourly Wage , 1932-1935 8 

B - Avera,-e "ee]:ly Wa-e , 1929-1935 8 

TABLE V-A - N^LTfiOer of Cases Packed in Thousands, 1926- 

1934 9 

B - Index of production (1929=100), 1926-1954 9 

C - Itens and Weights Used in Constructing Com- 
posite Index of production 9 

TABLE VI-A - Index of Wholesale Price of Canned Fruits 

(1329=100), 1926-1935 10 

B - IteiTiS and Weights for index of Wholesale Prices 

of Canned Fruits 10 

C - Apples, L'o. 10, -oer Dozen Cans, Hew York, 

1926-1935 11 

D - Apricots, No. 22, per Dozen Cans, f.o.h., 

California, 1926-1935 11 

E - Cherries, No. 2^, per Dozen Cans, f.o.h. , 

Chicago , 1926-1935 11 

F - Peaches, Cling, No. 2^, per Dozen Cans, f.o.b, 

California, 1926-1935 12 

G - Pears, No. 2^, per Dozen Cans, f.o.t. , 

California, 1926-1955 12 

H - Pineapples, HaTvaiian, No. 2^^, per Dozen Cans, 

f.o.b., California, 1926-1935 12 

TABLE TII-A - Index of Wliolesale Price of Canned Vegetables 

(1929=100), 1926-1935..... T 13 

B - Ite-Qs and Weights for Index of Wholesale 

Prices of Canned Vegetables 13 

C - Asparagas, No. 2j, per Dozen Cans, f.o.b., 

California, 1926-1935 14 



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TABLES (Cont'd) 



TABLE VII-D - Baked Beans, 18 Oz. Medi-un, per Dozen Cans, 

Cannery, 1926-1935 14 

E - Corn, No. 2, per Dozen Cans, New York 

1926-1935 14 

p - Peas, No. 2, per Dozen Cans, New York 

1926-1935 15 

0- Suinach, No. 2-\, per Dozen Cans, f.o."b., 

California, 1926-1935 15 

H - Wholesale Price of Canned Strin.^ Beans, 

1926-1935 15 

I - Toraatoes, No. 3, per Dozen Cajis, New York 

1926-1935 16 

TABLE VIII-A - Prices of Raw Ve-^-etatles Per Short Ton 

1929, 1931, 1933 and 1934 17 

B - lnde::es of Prices of Raw Vegetables (1929= 

100), 1929, 1331, 1933 and 1934 17 

C - Items and i;Tei£;hts for Index of Raw Vegetable 

Prices 17 

TABLE IX - Establisliinents, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 

Materials, Value of Products, Value Added, 
and Horsepower, by Census Years, 1899 to 
1933 18 

TABLE X-A - Establishnents, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 

Materials, Value of Products, and Value Added 

by Manufacture, by States, 1929,. 19 

B - Establisl:Linents, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 
Materials, Value of Products, and Value 

Added by Manufacture , by States, 1931 20 

C - EstabliSiUients, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 
Materials, Value of products, and Value 
Added by Mamxf acture, bj^ States, 1933 21 

TABLE XI - Production of Canned Eruits, by Kind, Quantity 

and Value, 1929, 1931 and 1933 22 

TABLE XII - Production of Canned Vegetables and Soups, by 

Kind, Q,ur.ntity and Value, 1929, 1931 and 
1933 23 



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TiiELES (Contid) 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



TABLE 



XI7-A 
B 

XV 

XVI 



XIII - Estatlislimcnts, Wage Eeamers, Valxie of Products, 
and value Added, Classified "by Value of 
Products per Sstablisliment, 1929 24 

- Estatlisbnents, and Wage Earners Classified ty 
Nuraber of Wage Earners per Establishment, 1929.. 25 

- EstaMislments, ',7age Earners, Wages, Value of 
Products and Value Added, Classified by dumber 
of Wage Earners per Establishment, 1933 w . . 26 

- Estahlishi.ients, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 
Materials, and Value of Products, Classified 
by Si2e of City, 1933 27 

- Establisliinents, Wage Earners, Wage, Cost of 
Materials, and Value of Products Classified 
by Number of Wage Earners, and by Size of 
City, 1933 28 

- Estimated Production and Farm Value of Specified 
Truck Crops for Manufacture, 1929, 1931, 1933 
and 1934. 29 

- Distribution of Manufacturers' Sales, by Tj^pe of 
Outlet, 1929 30 

- Estimated Nunber of Fnolesale and Hetail Estab- 
lishments, by States, 1929 and 1953 31 

- Quantity o,nd Va] ue of Ex;:)orts of Canned Vegetables 
by Kind of Product, 1929, 1931 and 1933 to 
1935 32 

- Quantity and Value of Exports of Canned Fruits by 
Kind of Product, 1929, 1931 and 1933 to 1935,... 33 

- Number of Firms and Number of Cases Sold, Classi- 
fied by Trade Association Membership, 1934 34 



XVII 



XVIII 



XIX 



XX 



XXI 



XXII 



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CAHIIING IIOUSTRY 
General Notes 



Conroarison of Definitions of the Industry 

Coc.e Sefinition . - The Canning Industry as defined "by 
the code incl^^des the packing and sale on a commercial scale of 
all foods -:)acked for h-jman consumption in hermetically sealed 
containers and thereafter sterilized Id;'- heat, except milk a.nd 
meats hOTrever -oacked, preserves, jellies, pickles, sa.lmon, and 
sardines. 

Census Definitio n. - The Census divides those establish- 
ments primaril;- engaged in canning an.d preserving into two 
groups, (l) Canned and Dried bruits and Vegetahles, Preserves, 
Jellies, Jruit Butters, Pickles end. Sauces, and (2) Canned and 
Preserved Pish, Cra"bs, Shrimps, Oysters, and Clams. The canning 
of meats aiid other products "by establishments engaged in meat 
packing; the manufacture of condensed ?jid evaporated nilk, sweet- 
ening syruos and peanut butter; the drying and pac]:ing of fruits 
on farms, ajid the shucking and shipment of fresh oysters in non- 
sealed containers are not included. 

Data on the first group only has been used in this report 
to represent the Canning Industry as defined by the code. The 
second group a,ccounts for less than 10 per cent of the combined 
value of products of both groujDS ajid the prodti.cts in this group 
which are covered by the code constitute only about 10 per cent 
of the value of products of the group. 

Com-3arison . - The Census classification "Canned and 
Dried Fruits and Vegetables, etc." includes the canning and pre- 
serving of some products which fa21 under codes for industries 
other thaji the Canning Industry. The more important of these 
are dried fjruits, preserves, pickles and 3Taoyonna.ise dressing. 
Altogether the;,^ make uo approzima.telj^ 30 per cent of the value 
of products for this class. The inclusion of these groups rather 
materiall;- affects the use which may be made of these cl^ta for 
code purposes. 

As indicated above, the omission, from the Census data 
used, of dB-ta. on such canned fish as were covered by the code 
for the CaJining Industry does not seriously affect the compar- 
the data to code coverage. 



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Soiirces 

The chief sources of data in the accompanying tables 
are the Bureau of Census and the Bureau of Later Statistics. 
Other data are fron the Bureau of Foreign and Douestic Commerce, 
the 3ui'eru of Agricultural Economics and the national Canners' 
Association. 

B-areau of Census Data . - Estahlisiiments vith an annual 
production valued at less than $5,000 nere not canvassed in 1921 
and suDsequent years. The exclusion of data for these small es- 
tahlislrnents reduced considerahly the numher to he canvassed, tut 
did not materially im-'oair the accuracy of the statistics except 
for the single item "IJumter of Estatlishjnents. " At the Census of 
1919 and for Tjrior years, the minimum was $500. In 1919 more 
thaji 99.9 -oer^ cent of the total value of products, 98.6 per cent 
of the total wage earners and 78.2 per cent of the nunher of es- 
tatlislments vrere reported ty estatiishments vdth nn annual pro- 
duction valued at $5,000 or more. 

It should te torne in mind, when using Census nage-earner 
statistics for the Canning Industry that they are not strictly 
comparatle with those for other indxistries since canning is a 
sea^sonal activity in which employment fluctuates greatly. In an 
endeavor to show the importance of canning, in comparison with 
other industries as an employer of later, the average nuinter of 
wage earners for the year has teen computed ty the Bureau of the 
Census in the same manner as the averages for other industries; 
namel-, ty totaling the figures for the several months a.nd divid- 
ing the sum ty 12. The average com;i3uted ty this method, is of 
course, consideratl-,^ less than the average for the period during 
which the canneries vrere in active operation. Iloreover, the 
monthly figures, representing emroloyment on or nearest the fifteenth 
of the^ month, do not, as a rule, represent the true monthly averages 
since the iiumter of wage earners employed from da-" to day varies 
considera-tly throughout the month. 

Bureau of Lator Statistics Data . - Later data from the 
Bureau of Lator Statistics are tased on samples from the estatlish- 
ments covered ty the Census classification "Canning and Preserving. 
The size of each samole ?Jid other descriptive material on these ^ 
data and on the price data are presented in the notes accompanying 
the tatles from this source. 

Data From Other Son.rces . - Descriptions of the data from 
other sorjTces as well as of the data discussed atove, are presented 
in the notes accoi.ToaJiying the tattles. 

Industr;^ Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Leview, ITRA. 
Decemter 14, 1935. 

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Notes for Data on Perm R-P-28 

CMlIIl'ia IlIDUSTRY 
(Code No. 446) 



1. C-EIIEMl COMIvENT ON CIIRKEITT LABOR DATA 

Current later data from the Bureau of Lator Statistics 
are tased uoon a sample covering, for pa^^rolls and emplo;;Tnent 
and r.verage weekly i-.'age atout 70 per cent, pzid. for hours and 
average hourly wage approximp.telj'- 30 per cent in 1933 and 40 
per cent in 1934 of the vis.ge earners under the Census classifi- 
cation "Canning and Preserving." No data for hours and average 
hourly wage were collected t'j the Biijreau prior to 1932. 

In June and December 1933 and 1934 approximately 77 per 
cent of the employees in the sarmple were subject to the Canning 
Code. The rem.aining 23 oer cent were, for the most part, em- 
ployed in estahlisliments covered ty codes for the "Pa.cific Coast 
Dried Pruit", "Pichle Packing", "Preserves, llaraschino Cherry 
and G-lac9 Pruit" and "Fishery" industries. It may te noted that 
63 cut of the 77 per cent of the employees in the sarnple that 
were suhject to the Canning Code were in one-Code estahlisliments 
while the rest were eritoloyed in esta^hlishments subject to from 
two to ten Codes. 



2. EIAPL0YI.S1TT AIID PAYROLLS 

The Bureau of Lcihor Statistics index of employment has 
"been adjusted to the 1933 Census totals "by HRA. ITo adjustment 
was necessary for payrolls. 



3. lEDEX OP PRODUCT lOH 

The index of -oroduction for individual vegetables is 
obtained by dividing the pack of ea.ch year as given by the 
national Canners Association by that of 1929. The composite 
index of production of canned vegetables cor.Tpiled by NRA from 
six national Canners' Associa.tion series of the "oack in terms 



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Of standard cases and vreishted hy average price, is thought to "be 
representative of the production of canned vegetalsles. Standard 
Cases refer to 24 No. 2 cejis (307x409). 



4. WHOIiESAIiE PRICES 

Ci.irrent B.L.S. wholesale -orices of canned fruits and canned 
vegetables are, with a few exceptions, price quotations per dozen 
cans at the csjinery. Prices of api^les, "oeas, string teans, and 
tomatoes are cuotations at New Yorlr and of cherries are the quotations 
at Chicago. 

The index of price of canned vegetal^les was conpiled hy NBA 
from the seven B.L.S." series of price quotations and that for canned 
fruits froLi the six B.L.S. price quotations, each weighted "by the 
quantity weights used ty B.L.S. In most cases weights for the 
various cuotations are hased upon quantities produced for sale as 
given "by 'the Census tdIus imports for consumption. In cases where 
Census data were lacking, weights were estimated quantities marketed 
as ind-icated "oy available information. 



Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, 
December 15, 1935. 



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446 




CULHNING ipUSTBI 
FACTORY afPLOUOiBT 






I^ Ind«x of Bsployment (1933B100) ig/ 

1926 1937 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 


1934 1936 






JAN 








68.4 


61-9 


63.8 


44.0 


42.3 


54-2 


fil.3 




FEB 








65.8 


61-2 


62-9 


46-6 


44.0 


S4.3 


.•iR.n 




MAA 








6fi,R 


fip.S 


69.0 


46.6 


41.7 


67.7 


54.2... 




APR 








ia.9 


100.0 


77.8 


59.1 


61.8 


71.9 


70.7 




MAY 








83-4 


87.6 


7P..H 


sn^Q 


57,2 


67,9 


69.1 




JUN 








103^1 


110-fl 


qa.s 


69.7 


69.9 


90.7 


R2.R 




JUL 








17n,7 


168.9 


AMJL. 


91.8 


96-2 


lan.fi 


138.6 




AUG 








248-7 


348^7 


i^q^a 


13A,4. 


141.6 


-12^^ 


iaQ.a_ 




SEP 








282.8 


330-6 


P.-^Q-S 


157.5 


_22Q*5- 


204.4 


913,3 




OCT 








192.9 


220-2 


L142*1_ 


4fll*2H 


158.5 


137.3 


125.8 




h40V 








lafl.n 


IPft^fi 


78,3 


63.4 


, 87.1 


88.4 






oec 








82.5 


81.0 


51-1 


49.4 


fip.n 


fiS.O 






kvei 


^9 








134,6 


138.8 


106,1 


74.8 


90.9 


1Q1.7 






I-B Index of ftjployaent (1929*100) b/ 








Uan 








60.8 


46.0 


47.2 


34,4 


39.8 


54.8 


61.9 




FEB 








48-9 


46-S 


46, a 


36,9 


41.4 


54.9 


58.9 




MAR 








49.4 


49.4 


50.5 


. 96.6 


39.7 


68.4 


55.2 




APR 








90.6 


74.3 


55-9 


48-2 


59- fi 


72,7 


71.4 




MAY 








fiP^O 


fiR.l 


53-2 


42-1 


55-6 


fi8.fi 


69, fi 




JUN 








76.6 


82-3 


67-7 


5S.fi 


68.6 


91,7 


83,7 




JUL 








126.9 


12&jJi_ 


99-2 


78^3 


95,2 


121.9 


140.1 




AUG 








184-8 


1Mm&- 


y^.7, 


107,7 


141.1 


_i26*a^ 


182.^ 




SEP 








210-2 


P.45-7 


17fl-B 


JL5.a.5_ 


221. n 


206.6 


2l&*&_ 




OCT 








143-4 


163.6 


709..?. 


90,9 


l.t^q.fi 


138.7 


127,1 




NOV 








95.1 


95.5 


59.7 


57.4 


87.9 


89.3 






DEC 










60.2 


34.4 


3ft.9 


62.7 


69,7 






jLveraael 








100.0 


IQ?.? 


78.9 


64.0 


S9.2 


ioa.6 






I«0 Istimated Number Employed (Thousands) c/ 








JAN 








57.2 


51,8 


53.1 


38.7 


44.9 


61-7 


69.7 




FEB 








fiB.n 


fil ^2 


fip.l 


di ,«; 




61-8 


66.2 




MAP 








55.6 


55.6 


.Sfi.fl 


dl-9 


44,7 


77, n 


fiO^O 




APR 




■ 




101-9 


83.6 


64-0 


54-2 


67.0 


fli.fl 


80,3 




MAY 








69.8 


73-3 


69-9 


47.4 


62.6 


77,9 


7fl,fi 




JUN 








86-2 


9P-e 


7fi-2 


fi.S,q 


77.9 


103.2 


94,2 




JUL 








142.8 


141.2 


111.5 


88.1 


107.1 


137,3 


1&7.6 




AUG 








J?n7^9 


5>n7-9 


157-9 


121.2 


158.8 


_22CL.5h 


205.7 




SEP 








2ifi*5_ 


P7fi.S 


901. P 


l.S.S,fl 


248.7 


232,5 


?A?..fi 




OCT 








161-4 


lfU-1 


190,6 


102.3 


179,5 


156.1 


143,0 




NOV 








107-0 


lfi7^5 


67-2 


64-6 


98.9 


100.5 






DEC 








69-0 


67.7 


44.. .'^ 


/L^ R 


7n.fi 


7fl,d 






KT^l 


»^ 








112.5 


116.1 


8b.7 


72.1 


100.5 


115.7 






i/ Bureau of Labor Statistics index for "Canning and Presenrin 
\l Index of emploTment (l-A) shifted to 1929 base and exLjusted 
iotal by HBA* 
\J Index of eoployment (I-B) times 1929 base figure (112,526) 


to 1933 Censi 


s 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, N R A 
Industry Statistics Unit, P.M. 11/ 20/34 



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OANHING IHDUSTBI 
FACTORY PAYBDLLS 




II-l Index of Payrolls (1923-25=100) a/ 

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 


■■ ■ ■ 

193fi 




JAN 








74.1 


65.5 


64.3 


48.5 


37.8 


54.0 


64.3 


FEB 








76-6 


67.3 


67.9 


49.9 


39-5 


.S6.9 


fi4-a 


MAR 








71,0 


66.8 


70.5 


4a.6 


36.9 


67-2 


fift-4 


APR 








127.9 


95.3 


79.6 


57.8 


51.0 


69. f) 


78.7 


MAY 








92.1 


88.4 


78.5 


54.9 


48.5 


£8.6 


78.7 


JUN 








93.0 


107.5 


82.3 


61.7 


55.9 


B4.2 


96.& 


JUL 








J41»iJ 


148-3 


TOP- 7 


72,4 


70,2 


IDiL^ 


167.1 


AUG 








233.0 


225.4 


142.6 


100.0 


104.0 


195.4 


216.? 


SEP 








269.0 


281-0 


174-9 


114-4 


1 93-3 


122.fiJ 


j22a^^ 


OCT 








174.0 


184.7 


108-2 


78.9 


152»fi_ 


134.4 


149.-2 


NOV 








IIB-S 


m-K 


70.4 


52,2 


77.2 


87.5 




DEC 








82.0 


78.5 


55.3 


39.1 


59-4 


72.5 




Average! 








1S5U 


1^:? 


91.& 


$4.9 


75.& 


99.4 




II-B Index of Payrolls (1929"100) b/ 




JAN 








57.3 


50.6 


49.7 


37.5 


29.2 


41.7 


49.7 


FEB 








S9.2 


fip^n 


fiS,5 


SS.fi 


30.5 


44.0 


.50,1 


MAR 








B4-q 


51, fi 


54^ fi 


R7,fi 


?8.5 


51.9 


46.7 


APR 








98.9 


73.7 


61-5 


44-7 


39.4 


53.7 


60.8 


MAY 








71.8 


68.3 


60-7 


42.4 


37.5 


52.0 


60.S 


JUN 








72-9 


83-1 


63-6 


47-7 


4.3,9 


65,1 


74,6 


JUL 








109.2 


114.6 


79^,4 


56.0 


54,? 


HO.I 


IPQ.I 


AUG 








180.1 


174.2 


110.2 


77.3 


80.4 


151.0 


167.1 


SEP 








207-9 


PI 7-2 


135-2 


88-4 


149.4 


164.2 


177.3 


OCT 








134.5 


142.8 


83.6 


61.0 


102.5 


103.9 


109.9 


NOV 








91.6 


86.0 


54.4 


40.6 


60.0 


67-6 




DEC 








63.4 


60.7 


43.5 


30.2 


45.9 


56.0 




Average 








10610 


97.9 


70.7 


50.2 


59.4 


7§.9 




II"*' Estimated Weekly Payroll (Thousands of Dolleurs 


) c/ 




JAN 








923 


816 


801 


604 


471 


672 


801 


FEB 








954 


838 


846 


fipl 


49P 


7nfi 


RO? 


MAR 








884 


fiSP 


878 


60S 


459 


ft37 


759 


APR 








L.592 


1,187 


991 


7pn 


6.35 


8fi5 


r^ Q7q 


MAY 








L.147 


1.101 


977 


684 


604 


854 


979 


JUN 








L.158 


L.33B 


1.025 


768 


696 


1,048 


1,202 


JUL 








1.759 


1.846 


1.279 


901 


878 


1,290 


2,080 


AUG 








2,901 


2,806 


1,775 


1,245 


1,295 


2,4.33 


9,699. 


SEP 








3,349 


3,499 


2,178 


1,4P.4 


2.407 


2.484 


2lB56 


OCT 






1 


2,166 


2,.V.O 


1 ,347 


982 


1 ,fi51 


1 fi7S 


1 ^770 


NOV 








h A7R 


} ..-Vlfi 


877 


654 


961 


1.089 




DEC 








^t5?1 


977 


701 


487 


74n 


QOP 




ATerage 








t;gn 


U&77 


1.139 


808 


940 


1.238 




a/ Bureau of Labor Statistics index for "Canning and Preserving," 
b/ Index of Payrolls (II-A) shifted to 1929 base. (Adjustment to 1933 
Census totals not required), 
c/ Index of Payrolls (II-B) times 1929 base figure ($1,611,000). 



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GllQIING INDUSTH 
fACTOfiJ BDUS8 


III-A Averae* Hours Work«d per Wade a/ 

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1930. 193S 1933 IQRA ig-^R 




JAN 
















4nTfi 32.9 


31.4 


FEB 
















39,a_i^34.2 




MAR 














4:^.1 


39. P 


33, a 


33,4 


APR 














41.il 


41.3 


31.1 


32-9 


MAY 














43.6 


42.9 


3P,fi 


34,1 


JUN 














41.3 


4S,fi 


an, ft 


.•W.S 


JUL 














38-4 


3q^O 


pfi.ft 


39,6 


AUG 














38.4 


33-P 


37,0 


37, « 


SEP 














44.7 


39. R 


34 ? 


3P,*? 


OCT 














40.8 


34, R 


.79, Q 


3*^,6 


MOV 














M,% 


3?.? 


31 7 




DEC 














40.0 


3P-7 


33 .,n 




ATera« 














41 .n 


3fl-l 


39- fi 




III-B Total Matt-Hours Worksd per Week (Thousands) b/ 




JAN 
















1^819 


2,030 


2,189 


FEB 
















1,831 


2^114 


9,?fi7 


MAR 














1 -v.-v; 


1,752 


P^BBfi 


2,077 


APR 














2.244 


2.767 


.2»S4a^ 


2,642 


MAY 














2,067 


S,68fi 


9.,fil 7 


9jfi77 


JUN 














_2*Z22 


3,Pfi9 


3,179 


3,.'^95 


JUL 














3,. "^83 


4-jl77 


3,677 


6,241 


AUG 














4:654 


5.272 


8,173 


7,775 


SEP 














6.964 


9.898 


7,975 


8,682 


OCT 














4,174 


fi,P47 


5.1 3fi 


.&,2a4. 


NOV 














?t639 


.-^.IftR 


3,186 




DEC 














l,7fiP 


P,.'^f« 


9^FiH7 




176 


P45e| 














2.fiflfi 


S..7M 


a.fiOfi 








JAN 






















FEB 






















MAP 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 






















a/ Bureau of Labor Statistics series for "Canning and Preserving," 

b/ Istimated Number Bnployed (I-C) times Average Hours forked per Week 



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. 


__ — ___— ^— — ^^^ — ■ 

GINNING INDUSTKT 
FACTOHI HkdSS 


Average Hourly Wage ( Cents) a/ 
^"^ iqpfi 19P7 1Q5A 1Q9Q 1 Q3f\ iflSl lAlXa_LQ33 19Z4 1926-. 




JAN 
















34.0 


40.2 


_4La. 


FEB 
















_2&.2- 


39.9 


4n.9 


MM 














38.1 


nn.?. 


38^3 


40-a 


APR 














37.2 


34.9 


3S.7 


4n.a 


MAY 














37.3 


32.. 6 


as.i 


1 40.6 


JUN 














33-8 


31,;! 


3fl.7 


39.{i 


JUL 














33.0 


31,? 


39-2 


37.0 


AUG 














31.6 


3?!. 2 


37.0 


^ 27.8 


SEP 














27,fi 


34,4^ 


35,9 


9&.9 


OCT 














31.1 


33.8 


36,8 


36.9 


NOV 














3R.7 


37.fi 


38.3 




DEC 














34.4 


39.3 , 


39,3 




Averag4 














33.7 


34.4 


3,@.& 




I7-B Average Weekly Wage (Dollars) a/ 


1 


JAN 










19.27 


16.55 


15.90 


X2.06 


12.75 


JLSmZS. 


FEB 










20.20 


17.91 


_i&«2a 


LL2*ia_ 


13,53 


I4,nfi 


MAR 










18.37 


_lfi.£2 


_ia.2a 


12,0fi 


12.91 


13.61 


APR 








20-22 


17.27 


17.15 


14.03 


ll,5fl 


12.52. 


13.74 


MAY 








21. .Tl 


Ifl^fiS 


17,Qfi 


15.27 


JLL^^a- 


13.12 


14.13 


JUN 








17-nfi 


17,71 


14.76 


IP. 75 


11,45 


11.90 


14,a 


JUL 








15.17 


16. M 


i3.na 


11, ;u 


10.12 j 


-li»ift- 


14.46 


AUG 








17.73 


i7.ni 


IS-.-Vi 


n.fiR 


10.2-T 


17,. S\?. 


14.16 


SEP 








17,fifi 


16.23 


13.13 


10.67 


13.0&. 


13.^5 


J2.72 


0C7 








16.84 


15.67 


13.05 


11,43 


in. 80 


12. ?3 


13. a 


NOV 








16.98 


_i^uh^ 


14-51 


ll.ftO 


n.fifi 


12..'« 




DEC 








18.71 


16.65 


16-02 


1 2-53 


12.63 


13.24 




AVerag^ 




» 




17.68 


17,43 


15.34 


13.18 


11.50 


12.67 




. i 




JAN 


' 




1 1 
















FEB 






















MAI? 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 


















,., 




loCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 












































a/ Bureau of Labor Statistics series for "Canning and Preserving," 



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Code No. 446 



CAIWING- IlIDUSTRY 
PRODUCTION " CiMlIED VEG-ETABLSS. 



Number of Cases Packed in Thousands a/ 
V-A Aspar- Green Wax 
Couposite^ agas Beans Beans Beets Corn 



Peas Tomatoes 



1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 



2,236 
2,177 
2,338 
2,728 
2,663 
1,878 
1,334 
2,319 
1,149 



3,407 
4,037 
5,227 
7,245 
6,739 
4,871 
3,435 
4,844 
5,157 



630 
639 

988 
1,280 
1,511 
1,196 
588 
688 
1,145 



1,234 
1,130 
1,294 
2,004 
2,923 
1,614 
1,044 
1,216 
2,196 



19,069 
10,347 
14,497 
17,487 
15,692 
19,415 
9,358 
10,193 
11,268 



17,709 
12,936 
17,943 
18 , 530 
22,035 
13,286 
10,367 
12,893 
15,742 



16,140 
22,425 
14,575 
24,146 
29,015 
16,341 
17,400 
20,461 
22,376 



V-B 



index of Production (1929=100) 



1926 


83.6 


82.0 


47.0 


49.2 


61.6 


109.0 


95.6 


66.8 


1927 


71.2 


79.8 


55.7 


49.9 


56.4 


59.2 


69.8 


92.9 


1928 


79.2 


85.7 


72.1 


77.2 


64.6 


82.9 


96.8 


60.4 


1929 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100. 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1930 


109.9 


97.6 


93.0 


118.0 


145.9 


89.7 


118.9 


120.2 


1931 


80.6 


68.8 


67.2 


93.4 


80. 5 


111.0 


71.7 


67.7 


1932 


58.6 


48.9 


47.4 


45.9 


52.1 


53.5 


55.9 


72.1 


1933 


70.1 


85.0 


66.9 


53.7 


60.7 


58.3 


69.9 


84.7 


1934 


81.3 


78.8 


71.2 


89.3 


109.6 


64.4 


85.0 


92.7 



v-c 



Items and Weights Used in Constructing 
Composite Index of production c/ 



Item 

G-reen Beans 

Wax Beans 

Beets 

Corn 

peas 

Tomatoes 



Weight 

17 
20 
15 
16 
19 
13 



aj national Canners' Association, Bulletin No. 114-A. Cases are converted 

to "Standard Cases" (24, No. 2 Cans) except asparagus. 
b/ lOA vi-eighted composite of all items listed in V-A except asparagus, 
c/ YJeights are "based upon average prices for 1929 and 1931 computed from 

the National Canners' Association figures on quantity produced as given in 

Bulletin No. 114-A and the Census of Manufactures' figures on value of 

product s . 

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' — ■ — — — ■ 

CMNIIfG IHDUSTRT 
WHOLESAUS PRICES OF CANNED FRUITS 


TI-A 


Index of Wholesale Price of Canned Fruits (1929«100j a/ 
1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 19S3 1934 


i9a& 




JAN 


100.1 


93.2 


96.2 


90.7 


JIIfi*i_ 


85.0 


68.8 


63.4 


70.1 


79.^ 


FEB 


100.1 


92.4 


96.2 


89.9 


104-8 


85.2 


70.2 


fiS-fi 


70-1 


79,7 


MAR 


99.3 


92.1 


96.3 


92.2 


jiQa^a_ 


85. P 


69-2 


62.0 


71.0 


'9,4 


APR 


96.9 


90.5 


96.3 


93.41 102.a 


82^2 


fifl.Q 


62-5 


71,9 


7fl-6 


MAY 


9g.9 


89.7 


96.3 


9f.? 


91.9 


78.5 


67.9 


fiH.fi 


72,4 


77.7 


JUN 


97.2 


89.4 


96.3 


9e,n 


91.' 


75.8 


67.7 


fi4,7 


73rO 


77.2 


JUL 


98.0 


69.7 


96.2 


_iQa.^ 


90^8 


75.? 


69.1 


66.4 


76.4 


76.5 


AUG 


98.0 


^0.0 


94.4 


107.1 


B8.6 


75.6 


61.0 


68.0 


7«.9 


'6.2 


SEP 


97,5 


90.1 


94.5 


106.9 


65.9 


75.6 


61.4 


69t1 


78.9 


75,0 


OCT 


97.5 


92.5 


95.0 


106.6 


85. P 


74,7 


'^S.l 


69. S 


80.2 




HOV 


96.3 


94.4 


95.4 


107,2 


84.6 


70.0 


635.4 


69-2 


80-1 




DEC 


94.fi 


9fi.S 


95. 4 


107-4 


ftd.fl 


7n,n 


62.4 


^9.4 


80.0 




krera^a 


97.9 


91.7 


i&.7 


100.0 


92.4 


77.6 


ii.^.f> 


(ifi»K 


7ff.O 




n-B 


Items and Weights for Index of Wholesale 
Prices of Canned Fruits ^ 










JAN 






I 


;em 












Weiffht 


FEB 






















MAR 


App] 


63, Ho 


10, H 


jw York 












10 


APR 


Aprl 


aots, 1 


'". Ri- 


it«n(J«r 


If 'f.'*. 


lu-fiailj 


fornia 






in 


MAY 


Ch«i| 


r1«9^ 1 


". ?f5-. 


{PA to 


ABQA \ 


f.Q.b. , 




a 




6 


JUN 


PAf^ 


'i'"!, 0' 


1 nrr N 


K t^ 


Standa 


rd HalT 


BS. f.c 


.h., fttur. 


31 


JUL 


Pflftl 


a. Kft, 


»i.. St 




r.o.>. 


Cplifo 


rnift 






12 


AUG 


P4n*i 


^ppla, 


HftWftl i 


m, St% 


\ArtA S 


Mft<i<^( 


'Ot ni-. 


f-o.'b. 


-_CaliJ' 32 li 


SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 


























JAN 










1 












FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















X)CT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 






















a/ NEA 
nrholesa 
ij Weig 
iS giren 
Hnriny mi 


composite of six series taken from Bureau of Lah 
le Prices." Items and weights are shown in TI-B. 
hts are hased upon Bureau of Labor Statistics* q 
in "Wholesale Pripes: quantity weighting factor 
mhnrn, 1 BOO - I Q34 " 


or Stat 

oAntity 
3 used 


istics 

weight 
in calc 


8 

ulatin^ 



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Bod© No 


, 446 




CIMKIKG lEDUSTSI 1 
WHOLSSALE PBICES OF CJLMB) ?EUITS aj 


VI»C Apples, So. 10 

1936 1927 1928 


■ J 

, per Dozen Cans, New York (Dollar^) 

1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1936 




JAN 


|3.750 


3.125 


5.000 


3.900 


4.188 


4-000 


3.500 


3.000 


3.250 


3.425 


FEB 


3.B88 


2m12^ 


5.000 


3.718 


3.875 


4-000 


3.500 


3.000 


_a*sfi 


3-42S 


MAR 


3.625 


3.125 


5.000 


Jka25iL 


3.875 


4.000 


3-250 


3-000 


3.250 


n'^a4i^ 


APR 


3.625 


3.125 


5.000 


4.250 


3.875 


4-000 


3.250 


3-000 


3.250 


9*4% 


MAY 


i,^25 


2u12£l- 


5.000 


4.P50 


a.fi7fi 


4.000 


3»PfiO 


3,000 


3,5fiO 


a, 45ft 


JUN 


3-625 


3.125 


5-000 


4.250 


3.875 


4-000 


_2*25Q. 


3-000 


3.250 


3-294 


JUL 


3,625 


3.600 


5,000 


4.250 


4.475 


4.000 


3,250 


3,063 


3.200 


3.250 


AUG 


3.625 


3.750 


5,000 


4.250 


4,625 


4.000 


3,150 


3.125 


3.250 


3.260 


SEP 


3.625 


3.750 


5.000 


4.250 


4.000 


_Jk.flQ£L 


_3*QQQ. 


-j»2ia 


3.375 


3.250 


OCT 


3.625 


4.125 


5.000 


4-250 


4.000 


4.000 


3-000 


3.250 


3.405 




MOV 


3.425 


4.600 


5.000 


4.438 


4.000 


4.000 


3.000 


3.250 


3.42S 




DEC 


3.125 


5.000 


5.000 


4.500 


4,000 


4.000 


3.000 


3.250 


3.425 




Average 


3. BBS 


3.615 


&.W0 


AmSLH. 


4.055 


4.000 


3-200 


3.096 


3-298 




71*0 Aprlootft, Ho. 3^, pe 


T Dozer 


I Cans, f.o.b., 


, Calif 


, (Dollars) b/ 




JAN 


2.050 


1.930 


1.800 


1.675 


_i*jaai 


_1*S5Q. 


_1*21Q 


_l*l5fl 


1-Psd 


1.8CE 


FEB 


2.050 


1.925 


1.800 


1.675 


1.850 


_1^SQSL 


1.350 


1-131 


_L.^Q 


1,800 


MAR 


2.038 


1.925 


1.760 


1.675 


_l*filQ. 


_l.fiQQ. 


1.344 


I.ISS 


1,P75 


1-800 


APR 


_2-J2ia_ 


-U225^ 


1.750 


1-706 


1-7Q4 


1.60O 


1,3^ 


l-12fi 


1,400 


1,7fiO 


MAY 


.2*aSQ_^ 


1.925 


1.750 


l,ft2fi 


i.fiaR 


l.fiOO 


1,?HR 


l.i:)^ 


1 A44 


1 ,fi7«^ 


JUN 


1.988 


1.925 


1.690 


1.825 


1.625 


1.600 


1-275 


1.138 


1.530 


1-675 


JUL 


1,940 


1.925 


1,650 


1.888 


1.625 


1.600 


1.185 


1.160 


1-713 


AmSM. 


AUG 


1.950 


1.831 


_l*fiSQ_ 


_L.aai. 


1.570 


1^375 


1.12S 


_i*2ia 


1,763 


1-500 


SEP 


1.950 


1.781 


1,665 


1.888 


1,550 


1,375 


1.125 


1.260 


1.810 


1,500 


OCT 


1.930 


1.775 


1.675 


1.875 


1-538 


1.375 


1-150 


1.275 


1-850 




NOV 


X.225_H 


1-H?.S 


1.675 


1-ftfiK 


1^535 


l^?JSO 


l.lfiO 


T ,???; 


1 ,ft!Vl 




DEC 


1.925 


1.805 


1.675 


1-860 


1.538 


1.350 


1.150 


1.275 


1.825 




Avera^^ 


1.984 


1.875 


1.712 


1.806 


1«658 


1,498 


1-231 


1.187 


1-57S 




VI-X QierrieB, No. 3|, per 


• Dozen 


Cans, f.o,b. , 


Chicago 


> (Dollars) 


( 


JAN 


3.749 


3.896 


3.4S5 


3.553 


3.920 


3.136 


2.695 


2.205 


_2m1^ 


2.536 


FEB 


3, 749 


a-ft9fi 


a^46fi 


3-fSfW 


S,Q5«n 


s.i.'w; 


P^fi95 


?.T P05 


P..14; 


P, fi.'^fi 


MAR 


3.749 


3.896 


3.465 


3..S53 


3.920 


3.136 


2.636 


2.205 


2-1 4J 


2- 536 


APR 


3.749 


3.896 


3.455 


3.553 


3.930 


3.136 


2,401 


2.205 


2,14i 


2.536 


MAY 


3.749 


3.896 


3.455 


3.675 


3.675 


3.136 


2.401 


2.205 


2.16; 


2,536 


JUN 


3.896 


3.896 


3.455 


3.675 


3.381 


3.136 


2.401 


2.205 


2.241 


2.536 


JUL 


3.896 


3.896 


3.455 


3.920 


3.381 


2.891 


2.156 


2.205 


2.477 


2.576 


AUG 


3.896 


3.651 


3.455 


3.920 


3.136 


2.744 


2.156 


2.244 


2.53e 


2.733 


SEP 


3.896 


Ji.4Sfi_ 


3.4fifi 


s.Qan 


%,^^ 


2^744 


2,lfifi 


P-Plfi 


p,fia^ 


-2,733. 


OCT 


3.896 


3.455 


3.455 


3.920 


3.136 


2.720 


2.199 


2-167 


_2MStM 


NOV 


3.896 


3.465 


3.553 


3.920 


3.136 


2.695 


2.230 


2.161 


_2,£2f 




DEC 


3.896 


3.455 


3.553 


3.920 


3.136 


2.695 


2.205 


2.142 


2.53d 




Average 


3.835 


3.1'2d 


3.4'}1 


3,757 


^,4M 


2.942 


2.361 


2,197 


2.344 




a/ Bureau of Labor Statieti 
^ Canners* qxiotatione. 


cs. 









DIVISION OF REVIEW, N R A 
Induatrr <!t«.ti«tina Tlnlt. T-i>.-R. la/Q/ifi 



R-P-28 



-1&. 



Cod« No, 446 



GAMING IlffiUSTfiY 
IHOLESALE PHICiS OP CSANIJED PEUITS a/ 



I-T 



Peaches, Cling, So. 3^, per Dozen Cans, f«o,b., Calif. (Dollars) b/ 
198$ 1987 1929 1929 1930 I9m I93a I9m 19sa igaR 



JAN 



?.10Q 



1.770 



l.WO 



j^&as. 



2^125. 



1-463 



1.270 



I.IQQ 



i.ann 



1.57B 



rEB 



2.100. 



1.214. 



i^jsoa 



T-fi3a 



a-1 7F, 



U4fia 



i.4ftn 



1.044 



1.300 



-UfiZfi 



MAR 



2Ji)Q_ 



i^^aa. 



1,^00. 



1.52^ 



.2U2a 



1,4fi3 



-U2aa 



1.03 3 



1.300 



3. 650 



APR 



2.143 



1.600 



1.600 



1.600 



2.075 



1^463 



1.3S0 



l.O&O 



J^2Q£I 



1«63& 



MAY 



2,160 



1.560 



1.600 



1.800 



1.^70 



1.419 



J^2^ 



1.119 



JUaOQ 



1.4fl» 



JUN 



2.000 



l.g2L 



1.^00. 



x>ja2&. 



XJ50Q. 



1.27S 



ojssa 



-U15Q 



1.300 



].A»a 



JUL 



1.910 



1.525 



1.575 



3.000 



1.600 



l.? 7 5 



1.075 



1.175 



-L.^5a 



1.4»B 



AUG 



1.986 



1 .550 



i.&5a. 



2»12£l 



JL^SSn. 



J^4Qa 



i.nnn 



1.181 



1 .4 35 



1,4 53 



SEP 



1.888 



1.588 



1.640 



8.;75_ 



l.£00. 



JL^^QQ. 



i.nnfi 



l.«2f> 



JU52Q 



i.afiq 



OCT 



i«fla5. 



l.fiRfi 



1«55Q. 



2.1 7fi 



1.463 



1.400 



1.085 



.1.826 



1.575 



NOV 



1.^2S. 



Ug2&. 



1.547 



2.1 7fi 



1.435 



1 . 3 8 6 



1.100 



1.826 



1.576 



DEC 



Average 



i.asQ 

1.992 



1-60S 



1.614 



i.aaa 



1.575 



202^. 



1.450 



1.893 



1.723 



l.S?^ 



liW 



1.84Q 



1.575 



1.369 



1.216 



1.146 



1. 4Qg 



TI-G Pears, No, 2^, per Dozen Cans, f.o.b., Calif, (Dollars) b/ 



JAN 



2.626 



2.140 



2.375 



2.300 



2.675 



1.775 



1.53P 



l.%0 



l.g&O 



-1^£&0 



FEB 



2.675 



2.150 



2.376 



^^JiQQ. 



.ZM&2&. 



1.776 



1.5R5 



1.3S1 



_U35Q. 



I.fflfl 



MAR 



2.576 



2^150. 



2.41S 



P. mo 



a-fi3B 



1.775 



-L^soa 



1.325 



1.400 



1 .6 85 



APR 



2.500 



2.100 



2.425 



3.g55 



2^5SL 



1.775 



1.450 



l.?i2fi 



1.450 



1 .575 



MAY 



2.500 



2.100 



2.^2^ 



2mS2Sl 



2JMI 



].77fi 



1.450 



1.344 



1.494 



1.576 



JUN 



2«1QQ_ 



2JLDQ. 



2.4?>5 



P. 375 



JUL 



2»3Q0 



AUG 



2.250 



2JLQ£L 



2.213 



2.4R5 



8.565 



3.00Q 



J2.Q00. 



1.6QQ. 



JL^42& 



J...J25a 



1.515 



1.575 



2.150 



2.750 



1. 85Q 



J^£00. 



JL.4L0. 
1-32B 



1.350 



1 .fisn 



1,575 



1.250 



l.ffiO 



1.555 



SEP 



2.250 



2.275 



2.170 



2.738 



1-850 



i.fton 



1.305 



1.350 



1.650 



1.550 



OCT 



2.250 



2^2^. 



2.?3fl 



2.700 



l.RPifi 



l.fiOO 



1.345 



1.350 



1.700 



NOV 



2.250 



2.550 



DEC 



2.228 



2.375 



2.288 



2.680 



i.7eo 



Ju.52^ 



.1.2&Q 



_U35a 



2.300 



1.675 



2.675 



1.775 



1.525 



J^SiSQ. 



l.SSQ 



l.fi7fi 



jveraee 



2^400 12.198 



2m23L 



2.51Q 



?..ia7 



l.fifiO 



1.414 



1.344 



1 .547 



VI»H Pineapples, Hawaiian, No. 2^, per Dozen Cans, f.o.b. Cal. (Dollar8)J^r 



JAN 



Li^SC 



2.15Q_ 



1 .H75 



2.025 



2.200 



1.950 



-1,540 



-U45a 



1 .65 



.1^200 



FEB 



1.^&Q_ 



2.150 



l-97fi 



.2.D25. 



?..7KKi 



X»25Q. 



1.300 



1.450 



1.650 



1.700 



MAR 



APR 



i..afi£L 



2^230. 



I*a2£. 



1.950 



2.135 



1.975 



8.Q2&-1. 
2.025 



8*^00 



1.950 



i.ggg 



1 .7 3 5 



i.gw 



1 .4^ 



.I.i20 



1-700 



1.700 



1.700 



MAY 



1.750 



2.125 



1.975 



2.026 



2.200 



1.500 



1,350 



1.450 



1.700 



1.700 



JUN 1.950 



2,125 



1.995 



2.08^ 



8.8QP 



1 .600 



1.360 



1.500 



1.700 



.1.120 



JUL 2.150 



AUG 2.150 



2.035 



8.086 



2m2SISL 



1j,35Q. 



J^SQQ. 



J^^Q. 



JL.£Sa 



1-700 



A^JOQ 



1.97i 



2.025 



2.200 



1 .96P 



1.500 



1.350 



1.650 



1.700 



1. 70 



SEP 



2.1 5Q 



1*225. 



2.025 



g-ann 



I.ShO 



1.500 



1.425 



1.550 



1.700 



1.700 



OCT 



2.150 



1.975 



2.025 



2.200 



1.950 



1 . 440 



1.450 



1.650 



1. 70 0, 



NOV 



2.150 



1.976 



8.036 



2.800 



1^350. 



J^2QQ. 



J^^Q. 



JL,&5Q. 



J^2QQ. 



DEC 



m 



l.?7§ 



2mQ2&. 



2u,2S£L 



1.9&Q 



l.?QO 



1.4&Q 



1.650 



1.700 



Average 



2.062 



2.001 



2.118 



2.075 



1.576 



1.367 



1.548 



1.691 



a/ Bureau of Labor Statisti 
b/ Canners' quotations. 



C8. 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 
Industry Statistics Unit.lE.B. 12/9/35 



R-P-28 



-13- 



_gode N o. 44Q_ 



CAiiNING INDUSTHT 
WHOLSSALE PRICES 07 CAMID VSGSTAfiLSS 



VII-A 



Index of Wholesale Price of Ctuuied Vegetables (1929sl00) a/ 
T9afi 1937 1223 1229 1220 1220 1232 iQa.t iq-'^a iq.tr 



JAN 



.asu^ 



95.7 



95«1 



99.4 



98>3 



84.7 



72.8 



.16^ 



79.1 



.82.1 



FEB 

MAR) 



91.7 



97.3 



9fit^ 



_iQi*a 



.^a^ 



M^ 



71.9 



66.7 



flI.S 



ja^ 



90.9 



95^7 



97.5 



ion.8 



9B.n 



fii.fi 



74.0 



§6.7 



-SU& 



-82^ 



APR 



_91^ 



95.7 



98.6 



_lQ2.i 



J&^ 



M^ 



74.1 



67.S 



BT^A 



fla.fi 



MAY 



_ai*i. 



95.7 



98.5 



JLM^ 



_9a.i 



79.3 



73.5 



fi9.fi 



BO.fi 



fla.4 



JUN 



91.7 



95.7 



_2a^ 



JLQ5*A 



91.7 



79.0 



,72.3 



JQ.£. 



8n.fi 



R1.9 



JUL 



_92^ 



95.7 



J9fi*a 



Jil5^ 



9Q.7 



AUG 



_21*5. 



95.7 



92.7 



_92^ 



qa.7 



79.4^ 
77.fl 



7i.n 



71.6 



71. » 



ftOr^ 



80.7 



76.3 



77.0 



76.4 



SEP 



92.9 



93.4 



93.9 



96.3 



95.9 



76.2 



69.Q 



78.9 



79.9 



76.7 



OCT 



NOV 



94.8 



91.7 



.SJi^B. 



_9S^ 



94.4 



94.6 



96.4 



94.7 



_a9.^ 



75.2 



69.1 



79.8 



B3.1 



74.0 



fifl-a 



79.3 



82^ -"^ 



DEC 



^ 



94.6 



96.8 



95.7 



Jg^ 



74.2 



Sfl.l 



78.8 



aa-3 



Average 



95.1 



96.4 



100.0 



93.7 



79.0 



71.3 



72.6 



80.8 



TII-B 



Iteas and Weights for Index of Wholesale 
Prices of Canned Vegetables b/ 



JAN 



I; 



Wyi fiti^ 



FEB 



MAR 



Asraart^rus. IT(~2^. ^arge par Dozca Cans 



fjO.^i 



y California 



APR 



(DC Hare) 



MAY 



.BaisLfld. 



£flaafl_/ jiiL-lQm Uq Sausa, 18 3z, Medium. p( r Dqzw Crfuia 



JUN 



Cemnery (Itollars I 



20 



JUL 



Corn. 



No. 2. 



Marylaid Staniard p 



Dozen 



Cans. 



New Yn] k 



19 



AUG 



.£sa&^ 



Nfi._Jl. 



state md Wes:am gancy Sweeta, W< . S we 



ye, pft:L 



SEP 



llQ; ^oj^aoi u_IIss_ [iELric 



jja. 



OCT 



NOV 



S pina<ii, No. 



3^, Faig7 Spyl-Qg P&<;^; per ]C?geQ Ci-na^ f .( .b. Ca: 



.£££Aa 



Strtoir, tfo. 2, Gut 



Sreen 



oax-Mi 



•n Cani , New ' oric 



JJL 



DEC 



Tomatces. No. 3. Sta 



idard Nsw Jeraey. pel 



floaw 



SSMjt 



i 



aw Yor : 23 



JAN 



FEB 



iMAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



a/ NBA composite of seven seive taken from Bureau of Labor Statistics 
"Wholesale Prices." Items and weignts are shown in VII«B. 
b/ Weigiita are based upon Bureau of Labor Statistics' quantity weights as 
fciven in "Wliolesale Price; Quantity Weighting Factors Used in Calculating 
I. TnriftT Nuabp.rs. 1890»1934." 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, N R A 

Industry Statistics Unit, I.S.B. 12/10/35 



R-P 


-28 






m 


•14. 






- pode No. 


446 


GiHN:H& INDUSTRI 
fftiULSSALI PHI CSS 0? GJlMZD VSGXIABLIS 


^f 


TII-0 Asparagos, Ho, 2^, per Do em Cans, f.o.b.« Cal. (Dollars) b/ 

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 




JAN 


2.850 


2.825 


2.750 


2.750 


2.776 


2.776 


2,750 


.2*afi_ 


2-075 


2.360 


FEB 


P.fUA, 


-s^aas 


_2.2fiCL 


P,75ft 


2,775 


2,775 


2m2&Q- 


2.afio 


2,075 


2,3RO 


MAA 




_2»aa6k- 


2,750 


a-7fiO 


2,775 


2,776 


P-73H 


2,;jfio 


2.1 an 


2 3Rn 


APR 


J*fi26_ 


JL7B6 


_2.2fiQ. 


a, 775 


2,775 


_2ml^ 


2.600 


2.260 


2.350 


2.360 


MAY 


JU226- 


?-7Bn 


2.7B0 


3.77R 


2. 775 


2^7RO 


2,200 


s/ 


.2.afiQ_ 


2-500 


JUN 


2.826 


2.750 


2.760 


2.775 


2.776 


2.750 


2m2SXL. 


JZmSML. 


2^ 3,50 


2.550 


JUL 


_ZmS26- 


2.750 


J2.2HL 


2-775 


2^76S 


2,750 


2.200 


2.080 


2.360 


2.550 


AUC 


2-3aB 


.2»2BQ_ 


2.7Bfi 


2,775 


2, 778 


2.750 


2m2QSL. 


.2.fifi2_ 


2- 350 


2-550 


SEP 


5-7afi 


».7«n 


a.TRft 


2.775 


2.775 


_2»2fiQ. 


2.200 


2.0V6 


.2»2fiQ_ 


2.550 


OCT 


.2.fi2&_ 


JZml^L 


9 7Rn 


2-775 


2.77S 


2,750 


2,220 


^.^'P 


j_2.2fi£L 




HOV 


2.825 


2.750 


2-760 


2.775 


2.775 


2-750 


2.260 


2.075 


2.350 




DEC 


2.825 


2.760 


2.760 


2.776 


2.775 


2.750 




2-075, 


.2-^50 




A^«raffl 


2.812 


2.770 


?.760 


2.770 


3.774 


9.7$7 


S.380 


2.1 a7af 2.286 




Baked Beaaa, 18 Oz,, Medltai, per Dozen Cans, Cnnnery (Dollars) 
TII»D 




JAN 


1.400 


1.400 


1.400 


1.489 


1.400 


_i*aja 


l*fl2fiL 


-900 


.972 


1.028 


FEB 


1.400 


1.400 


1-400 


_lAfiSQ. 


_l*4fiQ 


i.aoo 


l.OOfl 


,900 


1,016 


l.OftO 


MAR 


1.400 


1.400 


1.409 


1.474 


1.400 


_jL*^a 


l*flQa_ 


-900 


1-015 


1-080 


APR 


1.400 


1-400 


_L.4SQ. 


1-460 


1-400 


1-250 


1^008 


,900 


1,016 


1-OftO 


MAY 


1-400 


1-400 


i.4fin 


1,460 


1.400 


1.250 


1-008 


-950 


1-015 


1.112 


JUN 


1-400 


1.4O0 


1,450 


1,460 


1,400 


1 ,26^ 


1 ,'^OP 


.972 


1.015 


1.145 


JUL 


1.400 


1.400 


1.450 


1.460 


_i^55a 


1.192 


l*fiQfi_ 


.981 


1,015 


1.145 


AUG 


1.400 


1-400 


_L.it5Q. 


^-Ifc4fiQ. 


1-350 


1,150 


l,OOft 


1.008 


1.015 


1.146 


SEP 


1.400 


1.400 


1.450 


1.450 


1.350 


1.150 


.972 


_l»QQfi_ 


1-031 


AmX^. 


OCT 


1.400 


1.400 


1.450 


1-450 


1.350 


1-150 


^972 


1,008 


l,0fi7 




NOV 


1.400 


1.400 


uLdfiQ. 


1-412 


1-350 


1-160 


,968 


1.008 


^2*Q15_ 


DEC 


1.400 


1.400 


1-460 


1-400 


i-sa? 


1.1 60 


,972 


,qftl 


1 ,01fi 




Maxae^ 


AmAQQ. 


J^4QQ_ 


o^iaa. 


l-46fi 


1-374. 


U?13 


]..00D 


.960 


1.017 




Com, Ho, 2, per Dozen Cane, New York (Dollars) 




JAN 


.925 


-975 


1.075 


.968 


1.000 


.881 


.600 


.588 


.717 


1.025 


FEB 


-888 


-975 


1-075 


-975 


1^000 


,913 


,fiOO 


,6«ft 


,7Rft 


1.025 


MAP 


-850 


-975 


1-075 


-975 


1.000 


,893 


,600 


,6afl 


,flOO 


1 ,02fi 


APR 


.850 


.975 


1-075 


-975 


1.000 


.888 


-600 


,588 


,800 


1^033 


MAY 


.850 


.975 


1-075 


.975 


.903 


.894 


,600 


,673 


,760 


l-03ft 


JUN 


.875 


-975 


1-075 


.975 


.888 


,910 


,588 


,676 


,77H 


1 -02R 


JUL 


-875 


-97B 


1 -p7S 


,97s 


-888 


.925 


-575 


-613 


,790 


.938 


AUG 


-875 


-9SS 


-975 


^975 


,9R1 


,a?5 


,690 


,700 


,ft/U 


,726 


SEP 


.900 


.950 


.909 


1.013 


_1*15Q 


-715 


-600 


.769 


-925 


-713 


OCT 


.975 


1,013 


,938 


1.043 


1.150 


.688 


.600 


.790 


1.020 




NOV 


-975 


1-075 


-9M 


1^019 


1-000 


,fi6fi 


,fiOO 


,77ft 


1,031 




DEC 


.975 


1.075 


.938 


1.000 


-900 


-615 


-594 


.775 


1.025 




Average 


.901 


.991 


1.019 


.989 


.988 


,817 


.596 


.660 


.856 




^ Bureau of Labor StatiBtics, 

b/ Canners' quotation. 

c/ Ho quotation. 

§J ZLeren months average. 







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GINNING IjNDUSTlT 
IHOLSSALS PRICES OP GXMS> yiGSTABLXS a/ 



Peast lio. 2, per Dozen Cans, New Torfc (Dollera) 
VII-P 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1981 1932 1933 1934 1936 



MAY 



JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



MOV 



DEC 



ivera^e 



1.375 



l. g 7& 



1.375 



.22&. 



-.375 



1.375 



1.363 



1.285 



1.225 



1.325 



1.225 



1.22S 



1.317 



1.225 



1.2^ 



1.225 



1m22^ 



1.228 



1 .22 5 



1.225 



1.225 



1.150 



1.Q75 



1.225 



^■?g5 



1.206 



1.225 



1^2& 



1.225 



JU22& 



1.225 



1.225 



1.225 



1.225 



1.225 



1.175 



1.175 



1.175 



1.213 



1.176 



1.175 



1.175 



1^225- 



1.500 



1.300 



1.300 



1.300 



1.300 



1.175 



1.175 



1.240 



1.350 



1.550 



1.350 



1.350 



1.360 



1*^0. 



1.250 



1*^0. 
1.250 



l^^Q. 



1.150 



1-150 



1.275 



1.160 



1 .144 



1 .105 



I^IQO. 



1.063 



X^05&. 



1.1^ 



1.306 



1.218 



1*1M. 



1<12&. 



i.aoQ 



1.141 



1.200 



1-200 



1^200. 



1^200. 



1.200 



1*125. 



l^QSSi 



1.12&. 



l^^d 



1*250. 



1*JS&Q. 



i.afio 



1.198 



1.190 



1*150. 



i*i5a 



1*120. 



1.18Q 



i*Qaa. 



1*QM 



1*220. 



Xm2SiQ. 



l.RfiO 



i*2sa. 



i.gno 



1.190 



l.gQO 



1*200 



1*22& 



1*250 



1..S0 



1*250 



1*260 



1*250 



1*220 



1 .asn 



1*250 



_U250 



1.299 



A.2S0 



1*250 



1*250 



1.550 



1*250 



X,^12 



1.400 



1.400 



1.400 



VII-O 



Spinach, No* 2^, per Dozen Cans, f.o.b., Cal* (Dollars) b/ 



JAN 



iverage 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



1.400 



1*222. 



1.269 



1.419 



1.425 



1*44^ 



1.500 



1.544 



1.560 



1.570 



l*43a 



1.331 



1.424 



1*212 



i*2fia. 



1.381 



1.415 



1.425 



l^^a 



1.425 



1*5^ 



1.525 



1. 550 



1.J5SQ 



1.550 



A*£50 



l*12a 



1 .450 
1^^50 



1.450 



1.450 



1.450 



JL*45Q 



1.470 



1*425. 



-1*425 



1.475 

17455 



1*422. 



1.^12. 
1.4Q6 



1*42&. 



1.450 



1.460 
1.45 
1*45Q_ 



1.45Q 



1*450. 



1.460 



1.450 



1.440 



l>4fi0 



l*.46a. 



I*25& 



1*225. 



1*225. 



1.R76 



1*22&. 



1.»22Sl 



1.275 
1.263 



1,R6n 



1.250 



1,506 



1.260 



1*290. 



1.212. 



1.275 



1*225. 



1.276 



1.275 



1.276 



1.275 



1*225. 



1.226 



1.225 



1.257 



l*2Qa 



i.ann 



1.150 



1.200 



1*200 



1,300 



1.24a 



i,?fiq 



la^SS. 



1.326 



1.325 



1.520 



1.260 



1.263 



1.213 



i*iaa 



1.020 



ULDO 



1.200 



1.246 



1.250 



1*225. 



1.326 



1,200 



1.176 



1.205 



1.238 



1.238 



1.040 



1.119 



1.160 



1.160 



1.160 



Xrisa 



1.1,60 



1.160 



<U13& 



1.120 



1.149 



1.100 
1.100 



I.ORO 
.994 



1.03fl 



1.070 



1.09A 



JUIOO 



1*100 



VII-H 



Vholeeale Price of Canned String Beans (Dollars per Dozen Cani) 



APR 



JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



leverage 



.875 



.875 



.825 



.825 



.825 



.^^ 



.841 



.888 



.955 



1.000 



1.000 



^ 



1.000 



1.150 



1.150 



1.150 



1.150 



1*150 



1.150 



1.150 



1*025 



1.025 



1.025 



1.035 



1.096 



1.085 



1.238 



1.350 



1.400 



1.400 



1.400 



1.210 



.925 



.975 



1.195 



l.?63 



1.300 



1.500 



1.300 



1.270 



1.150 



1.160 



1.150 



1*150. 



1.150 



1.035 



1.500 



1.228 



1.025 
1mQ2^ 



1.166 



1.025 



1.025 



1*025. 



.880 



.850 



.Rfiq 



-840 



.900 



1*000. 



1*000 



.875 



-876 



.926 



.788 



.769 



-763 



.765 



.744 



.700 



.*££2. 



.628 



..*£il2. 



..*fil2. 



.,,£13. 



.5fla 



.688 



a58a. 



.588 



.*5fla. 



.588 



.588 



.6flR 



.588 



.595 



.612 



.613 



.612 



.613 



-597 



.^fil2 



.5^ 



.*5Ba 



.588 



.588 



...soa 



.619 



.676 



,76.'^ 



-7fifi 



.706 



.*£aa 



.*^4a 



.^532. 



.712 



rTiq 



-725 



.700 



.&63- 



.662 



.706 



,71 a 



.716 



,7nn 



.*20a 



.701 



.700 



.738 



.763 



.762 



J^ 



.753 
.630 



.676 
.6R1 



a/ Bureau of Labor StatlE-ics. 
b/ Canners' qviotations. 



DIVISION OF REVIEVv', NRA 
Industry Statistics Unit, I.B.B. 12/9/35 



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Code Vo, 446 






GAMING IiroUSTHr 
WEOLSSALE PRIC£S OF CANNXD VEGSTiLBLES 


£/ 1 


VII-I Tonatoes, No, 3, 
19?i> 1927 192a 


per Dozen Cans, New Tork (Dollare) 
1QP<) iqan ^Qr^^ ^Q%^ ^QX^ iqsa iqir 




JAN 


1.400 


1.600 


1.400 


1.600 


1.600 


1.300 


1.100 


.950 1.410 


i.ssO 


FEB 


1,400 


1.600 


1,400 


1,700 


1.600 


1,300 


1,100 


1.000 1.450 


A^^SL 


MAfl 


1.400 


1.500 


1,400 


1,700 


1.600 


1.200 


1.P.40 


1.013} 1.460 




APR 


1.400 


1.600 


1.400 


1.800 


1.600 


1-200 


L_1*25Q 


1.100 1-4fin 


1 . SfiO 


MAY 


1^400 


l^SOO 


1,400 


1 ,qnn 


1 ,finn 


1 .ir^ 


lu.?60 


1.180 1.450 


1-inn 


JUN 


1.400 


1.500 


_1*4QQ. 


2.000 


l-SOO 


i,ino 


1^»V> 


LSPO 1.4SO 


JUL 


l!400 


1,600 


1.400] 


8.000 


1.600 


1.100 


1,P50 


1.263| 1.430 


JuJ^a 


AUG 


1.400 


1.500 


1.400 


1-500 


_l»fifflij 


i.ino 


i,ifin 


l,5fV» 1-1 Sfi 


^QHS 


SEP 


1,500 


1,500 


1.500 


1.400 


1.600 


iLam 


.gfi.-^ 


l.X^R 1,163 


i,m3 


OCT 


1.500 


J. 400 


l^iSOO 


1,«V> 


1-iino 


i.inn 


-QfiS 


i.Rfinj 1.250 




MOV 


1.500 


1.400 


Aa^HL 


_L»fiQflL 


i-4nn 


i.ino 


,Q5n 


K.-VSn 1.250 




DEC 


1.600 


1.400 


1.600 


1.600 


1.300 


1.100 


.qon 


i.afin ^,w^ 




iverag^ 


1.433 


1.492 


_LlA2S. 


i.6?& 


l.&OO 


1-1 fin 


i-m 


1.1 9fi 1.347 








JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 


































JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 






















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 






















mf Bureau of 


Labor Statist! 


CB. 







DIVISION OF REVIEW, N R A 
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VIII-JL Prices of Haw Tegetables Per Short Ton (Dollars) a/ 

\9P.& 1927 19P.B 1929 19.10 19^ 1932 1933 19S4 1936 



CJUsraiNG IHDUSTHI 
PBIC£S 01* RiW VEGETABLES 



MAY 



JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



ASSSXASA 



}eans4 



Cabbag> for KraJa^ 



£Q£a«_3sfi£i 



Peas, freen 



Plment' H 



.Sl^ijaaci 



Tomato >8 



Llaa 



Snap 



t>l,96 



86.29 



mt 



2Sij.22. 



12*03. 



57.82 



2&mSQ. 



1&*2&. 



1&.^ 



74,96 



77.14 



^^ 



6.08 



11.06 



64.53 



J£U^ 



12.82 



JLI.^ 



56.00 



56.66 



^ 



M^ 



.72 



-I1«2L 



B.Ol 



4 2 . 49 



aft.afi 



12.03 



11.39 



63.38 



69.4? 



_^1«12 



10.63 



.^;^2& 



.8,ti4 



&Q.09 



?^a.Bfi 



11.86 



12.18 



VIII-B 



Indexes of Prices of Eaw Vegetables (19293100) b/ 



JAN 



MAR 



FEB 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



CoBpoB ite p j 



lsp£Lra;ua 



Beans 



Beans I 



Beets 



Cabbag? for Kraat 



Com, 



Peas, 



Piment|> 
Jfii 



Lnaci 



Tomato 3s 



Liaia 



Snap 



Sweet 



iTMSSL. 



100.0 



JSiSLQ. 



100.0 



100.0 



100.0 



100.0 



100.0 



100*0. 



IQO-Q 



lOO.Q 



lOQ.O 



83.7 



21.6 



90.4 



84.5 



67.5 



59.0 



84.5 



94- a 



89.8 



76.S 



77.4 



70.9 



6a.4 



66.4 



61.5 



55.9 



109.7 



61 >2.. 



73.fi 



76-6 



71-8 



74.7 



76.0 



77,4 



69.8 



65,7 



60.6 



32.1. 



64.S 



Rfi.fi 



7H.2 



70. B 



79^9 



VIII«>C Itsos and Weights for Index of Haw Vegetables Prices £j 



JAN 



FEB 



MAR 



APR 



MAY 



JUN 



JUL 



AUG 



SEP 



OCT 



NOV 



DEC 



AfisfixasM 



Beans, 



Beansj 



Com, 



Peas, 



Piment >s 
Spinaci 



Tomato Be 



Lima 



Snap 



Beets I , , . 
Cabbegje for IjraatS" 



Sweet 
sTeen 



2.5 



.5 



Z^ 



1.0 



5.6 



2».0 



7^0^ 



.5 



2.0 



6o;o 



lOOJL 



a/ Bureau of Agricultural BconomicB. " Crops and Market ." average price 

received by groceries Of crops for season. 

b/ VIII-A enif ted to a 1929 base. Items ajid weights used in the composite 

]^®^A^t^<aPfe ^ftisW^Qfifli the Dept. of Agricultre's estimated quantities 
gfa d uc ed f ay ■i#»W>>fcwTitt '^'a^, l?**! 



DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 
Industry Statistics Unit, I,E,B. 12/10/35 



1931 ujuft 10&& fci glTsu lu " Cwpg and MarkBri L" 



L 



■^1*- 



SAKS IX 

CAHIIHB IBIKTSXBT 
XBtabllghmants, Wace Eamerg, Wages, Cost of Materials, Talue of Products, 
Talue Added, and E6rB«p«war, by Census Tears, 1899 to 1933 















/ 




Value Added hy 






HuDber of 


Wage Sainers 




Wages 


Cost of Uaterialsl/ 


7aluo of Products 


Hanofacture 


Horsepower 


Tmlt 


Xstabllsbaents 


(Average for Tear) 


(Ihousands of Dollars) 


(Thousands of Dollars) 


(Thousands of Dollars) 


(Thousands of Dollars) 


(In Siousands) 


189? 
1904 


2,237 


44,4l4 




10,490 


51.258 




79.905 


28,647 


32 


2.789 


48.499 




13.497 


68. a7 




107.838 


441432'^ 


54 


1909 


3.369 


50.042 




15.517 


84,341 




128,773 


72 


i9;4 


3.825 


62.915 
77.486 




23,094 


138.966 




210,090 


71.125 


106 


1919 


3.8O5 




56.939 


358,666 




548,028 


189.362 


155 


19a 


1.905 
2.438 


51.729 




36.799 


237.682 




365.717 


128.0^5 
216,347 


y 


1923 


72,534 




57.153 


298,969 




515.316 


176 


1$25 
1927 


2. {103 


85,866 




67.427 


385.573 
355.186 
462,062 




616,071 


230,457 
a7,l60 


187 


2.436 


80,924 




62,310 




572.346 


190 


1929 


2,997 


98,866 




74,979 




750.342 


288.280 


224 


1931 


2.535 


80,184 




54,001 


322,005 




513.001 


190.996 


H 


1933 


2,072 


84,274 




45.239 


268.420 




439.988 


171.568 


y 


Sonrea: 




p. 80, and Belease for 1933. p. 2. Data are for 
Preserving. " Xhey do not Iscltide establlslments 


sub-classlflcation "Canned and Dried Trults and 7e 
with amnial production valued at less than $5,000 


^etablefl^ etc. * 






In 1921 and 




■abseguent Census 


years; for prior Census years data do not Include establisiments 


with 


ftnTm.^1 production valued at 


; less than $500. 




fl/ 


Includes cost of materials, containers 


, fuel. 


and purchased alec 


trie energy. 










]>/ 


Hot aTallaUe. 



















Prepared by 

Industry Statistics 0nlt, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, KBA. 
October l4, 1935 



-19- 



TABLB X-A 



CANNING mSUSTST 
Ittablltbaentt, Wa£e Samers, ffa^ee, Cost of U&terialt, Talxie of Prodnctt, 
and Tslue Added lijr Manufacture, b/ Statei, 1929 



§iaiLSL. 



0. S. Total 

Oallfomla 

Illlnola 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Main* 

Uarj^land 
Massactaosett* 
Uiehlgan 
Hinneeota 
New Jereey 

New Toxk 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Utah 

Washington 
Wleconstn 



?n Cent 



W"[f» f-isrrv^y- 



2.597 

111 
156 

106 

3^ 
83 
1+2 
56 

279 
106 

77 
81 

38 

72 
171 



other State 



^ 



s9i^ 



100.0 

13.0 
3.8 

2.2 

3.5 

8.8 
1.1 
2.8 
Uk 
1.8 

9.3 
3.5 
2.6 

2.7 
1.3 

2.i^ 
5.7 

28.9 



Bvfftar 



Per Cent 



Jb£S£- 



Thousands 
of Dollari 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Coet of ifaterlala*^ 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Bollars of Total 



98.»$6 
28,186 

t.877 
1.820 
l,l40 

6.059 
518 
2.617 
1.767 
^.718 

7.810 
2,480 
»*,101 
3.725 
1.859 

3.720 
5.290 

I3.70>t 



100.0 

28.5 
t.5 
't.9 
1.8 
1.2 

6.1 

.5 
2.6 
1.8 
4.8 

7.9 
2.5 
4.2 
3.8 
1.9 

3.8 

5.4 

13.8 



^.979 

23,462 

4.245 

3.241 

1.285 

863 

3.185 

582 
1.862 
1.538 
4.715 

7.053 
1.890 
2.582 
3.494 
1.153 

2.968 
3.756 

7.105 



100.0 

31.3 
5.7 

1.7 
1.2 

4.2 
.8 

2.5 
2.1 

6.3 

9.4 

2.5 
3.4 

1.5 

4.0 
5.0 

9.t 



462,062 
138.318 

25.307 

23. 318 

6.209 
5.295 

19.672 

5.826 

9.707 

6.088 
42.778 

47.435 
12.132 
16,100 
24,474 
5.323 

14,101 
20,631 

39.348 



100.0 

29.9 
5.5 
5.0 
1.3 
1.1 

'*.3 
1.3 
2.1 

1.3 
9.3 

10.3 
2.6 
3.5 
5.3 
1.2 

3.1 

4.5 

8.4 



Value of Products 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



Value Added by 



750.342 100.0 



220.465 
41,891 
33,709 
11.694 

8.313 

30.283 

9.499 
16.270 
11.209 
73.318 

75.408 
18.952 
24,6o4 
43,826 
9.160 

22,234 
35.068 

64,439 



29.4 
5.6 
4.5 
1.6 
1.1 

4.0 

1.3 
2.2 

1.5 
9.8 

10.0 
2.5 
3.3 

5.8 
1.2 

ifi 

8.5 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



288,280 

82,147 

16,584 

10,391 

5.485 

3.019 

10,611 
3.6D 
6.563 
5.120 

30.540 

27.972 
6,820 
8,504 

19.353 

3.838 

8.132 
14,438 

25,090 



Per Cent 

of Tota l 



100.0 

28.5 
5.8 
3.6 
1.9 
1.0 

3.7 

1.3 

2.3 
1.8 

10.6 

3-0 
6.7 
1.3 

2.8 
5.0 

8.6 



Source: Census of ^p Tii ^-ffetures. 1929. Vol. II. pp. 81 and 82. Data are for Bub-classif Icatlon, "Fruits and Vegetables, etc.,* of Census classification, "Canning 
and Preserving." They do not include establishments with annual production valued at less than $5,000. 

^ Includes cost of materials, containers, fuel, and purchased electric energy. 

b/ Alabama, 4; Arixona, 2; Arkansas, 132; Connecticut. 5; Colorado, 26; Delaware. 53; District of Columbia, 1; Tlorida, 46; Oeorgia, 20; Idaho, l4; Kansas, 3; 

Kentucky, 35; Louisiana. 22; UisBisslppi, 8; Missotiri, 121; Montana, 5; Nebraska, 10; New Haa^ishire, 5; New Mexico, 2; North Carolina. 6; North Dakota, 1; 

Oklahoma, 16; Ehode Island, 3; South Carolina, 12; Tennessee, 57; Tejas, 46; Vermont, 11; Virginia, 186; West Virginia, 11; Wyoming, 1. 

Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section. 
Division of Beview. NBA 
October 25. 1935 



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fiSIX X-B 



CANNING muaSTST 
SstaUieimentB, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of Uaterlals, Value of Products, 
and Value Mded iy Manufacture, by States, 1931 



State 



TI. S. Total 

California 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

lialne 

Uaryland 
Uassachosetts 
UicMgan 
Ulnnesota 
New Jersey 

New TorlE 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Utah 

Washington 
Wisconsin 



Other State 



si/ 



Estahlishments 
Per Cent 
Number of Total 



Waee Earners 



Number 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Wages 



Tboueands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Cost of Materials^ 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



Value of Products 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



2.535 



566i/ 



100.0 



35^ 


lU.O 


115 


^.5 


136 


5A 


61 


z.k 


83 


3.3 


23'+ 


9.2 


35 


1.4 


80 


3.2 


ko 


1.6 


50 


2.0 


252 


9.8 


111 


k.k 


58 


2.3 


80 


3.2 


33 


1.3 


70 


2.S 


177 


7.0 



S0,18U 100.0 



ao.Uoa 


25.4 


4,268 


5.3 


5.078 


6.3 


1.983 


2.5 


1,013 


1.3 


4,750 


5.9 


457 


.6 


2,153 


2.7 


1.478 


1.8 


2.974 


3.7 


7.180 


9.1 


2.539 


3.3 


2.676 


3.3 


3.382 


4.2 


1.231 


1.5 


2.892 


3.6 


4.592 


5.7 



54.001 



100.0 



16,075 


29.9 


3.714 


6.9 


3.i»t7 


5.8 


1.260 


2.3 


619 


1.1 


2.292 


4.2 


462 


.9 


1.335 


2.5 


1.003 


1.9 


1.760 


3.3 


6,107 


11.3 


1.705 


3.2 


1.465 


2-J 


3.009 


5.6 


661 


1.2 


1,994 


5:1 


2,560 



322,005 



100.0 



^.432 

21,047 

6,115 

3.980 


29.0 
7.6 
6.5 
1.9 

1.2 


12.353 
4.155 
7.872 
4.245 

21,128 


3.8 


36.785 
10,509 

8.042 
17.592 

3.191 


11.4 
3.3 
2.5 
5.5 
1.0 


8.551 

13.400 


?-7 

4.2 



513.001 



100.0 



141.138 


27.6 


38,460 


7.5 


30,925 


6.0 


9.925 


1.9 


6,104 


1.2 


18,019 


3-5 


6,824 


1.3 


13.905 


2.7 


6,844 


1.3 


39.652 


7.7 


59.626 


11.6 


15.312 


3.0 


12.695 


2.5 


33.959 


6.6 


5.066 


1.0 


13.515 


2.6 


20,465 


4.0 



Value Added by 

Manufacture 

Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



190,996 



100.0 



'+7.851 


25.1 


14.035 


7.3 


9,878 


5.2 


3.810 


2.0 


2.1^ 


1.1 


5.667 


3.0 


2.669 


1.4 


6,033 


3.2 


2,598 


1.4 


18.524 


9.7 


22.S42 


11.9 


4.804 


n 


4.652 


16.367 


8.6 


1.875 


1.0 


4,964 


2.6 


7.065 


3.7 



22.2 



11,136 



13.8 



4,833 



8.8 



25.319 



7-8 



40,561 



8.0 



15.238 



7.9 



Source: 



i/ 



Census of Manufactures. M31 . pp. 74 and 75. Data are for sub-classlf Ication "Canned and Dried Fruits and Vegetables, etc. 
"Canning and Preserving." They do not include establishments with annual production val\ied at less than $5,000. 



," of Census classification, 



Includes cost of materials, containers, fuel, and purchased electric enorsr, 

jaabama. 6; Arizona, 1; Arkansas, 74; Colorado, 19; Connecticut, 8; Delaware, 48; District of Columbia, 1; Florida, 39; Oeorgia, 12; Idaho, 6; Kansas, 3; 
Kentucky, 25; Louisiana, 18; Mississippi, 7; Missouri, 73; Montana, 2; Nebraska, 9; New Hampshire, 3; Hew Mexico, 2; North Carolina, 5; North Dakota, 1; 
Oklahoma, 11; Ehode Island, 4; South Carolina, 8; Tennessee, 34; Texas, 43; Vermont, 5; Virigiuia, 91; West Virginia, 7; Wyoming, 1. 

Prepared by. 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section 
Division of Hevlew, NBA 
October 25, 1935 



-a- 



tASLB Z-C 



CiBNINa XinXJSTST 
Iptabllatawntt. fag* lamert, faees, Cost of Uaterlalt. Tala« of Prodiieta, 
and Valua Added by Masafaetxure, by States, 1933 



Uftls. 



U. 8. Total 

California 

Illlnola 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Mala* 

MaiTland 
MatstMfaaaettt 
Hlehican 
Mlnneaota 
H«« Jeraey 

Daw Texk 

OMo 

Oregon 

PannsylTanla 

Utah 

ffaehlngton 
Wlsconain 



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lagft aMrBfflr> 

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Thousands 
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**ge« 



Per Cent 
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Cost of >fateriia.a/ 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



TalM of Products 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



2.072 100.0 



317 
92 


tJ 


120 


5.8 


39 


1.9 


65 


3.1 


182 


8.8 


32 


1.6 


62 


3.0 


31 


1.5 


38 


1.8 


197 


9.5 


81 


3.9 


48 


2.3 


73 


U 


28 


62 


3.0 


148 


7.2 



A.27»» 



100.0 



Other Stat 



esS/ 



457^/ 



22.0 



2»».357 


28.9 
4.4 


3.718 


5.»*80 


6.5 


1.272 


1.5 


914 


1.1 


5.2^5 


6.2 


2.42 


.6 
3.0 


1.523 


1.8 


3.110 


3.7 


7.039 


8.4 


2,305 


2.7 


2,903 
3.614 


3.5 


4.3 


1,120 


1.3 


3.164 


V, 


3.650 


11.887 


14,0 



45.239 

14.553 

2.375 

2.633 

557 

536 

2.150 
469 

1,238 
811 

2.346 

4.505 
1.307 
1.493 
2.373 
478 

1.788 
1.638 

3.989 



100.0 

32.2 
5.2 
5.8 
1.2 
1.2 

4.8 
1.0 
2.7 
1.8 
5.2 

10.0 
2.9 
3.3 
5.2 
1.1 

4.0 
3.6 

8.8 



268.420 



100.0 



84,686 


31.5 


15.098 




18,082 


6.7 


3.069 


1.1 


3.396 


1.3 


14.339 


5-lf 


3.617 


1.4 


7.251 


2.7 


4.052 


1.5 


15.861 


5.9 


26.233 


9.8 


7.332 


2.7 


7.276 


2.7 


13.753 


5.1 


2.597 


1.0 


7.385 


2.8 


10.454 


3.9 



439.420 100.0 



131.107 


29.8 


24.831 


5.6 


27.724 


6.3 


5,107 


1.2 


5.964 


1.4 


21.624 


4.9 


5.794 


1.3 


12.523 


2.8 


7.272 


1.7 


29.382 


6.7 


44.747 


10.1 


12.167 


2.8 


11.766 


2.7 


26.554 


6.0 


4.772 


1.1 


12.163 
17.884 


2.8 


4.1 



Talue Iddad by 

Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Tota^ 



171.568 


100.0 


46.422 

2^038 
2.568 


27.0 

5.6 

1.2 
1.5 


7.285 
2.177 
.5.272 
3.220 
13,521 


4.2 
1.3 
3.1 
1.9 
7.9 


I8.513 
4.835 
4.490 

12.801 
2.175 


10.8 
2.8 
2.6 
7.5 
1.3 


4.778 
7.430 


2.8 

4.3 



23.939 



8.9 



38.607 



8.7 



14,668 



8.5 



Sonroa: Cenaoa of MaauIactureB. IQ'^3 . pp. 2,3, and 4. Data are for auh-classlf Icatlon "Canned and Dried Frxilts and Vegetables, etc.," of Census classification, 
■Canning and Preeerrlng.* They do not include establishments with annual production Talued at less than $5,000. 

gj Inelxidee cost of materials, containers, fuel, and purchased electric energy. 

h/ jaabaoa, 3: Ariiona, 2; irlcansas, 53; Colorado. 18; Connecticut. 5; Delaware. 43; Tlorida. 29; Georgia, U; Idaho, 7; Kansas, 2; Kentucky, 17; Louisiana, 15; 

Mississippi, 7; Missouri, 48; Montana, 4; Nebraalca, 6; New Hampshire, 1; New Mexico. 2; North Carolina, 4; North Dakota, 1; Oklahoma, 10; Bhode Island, 3; 

South Carolina, 7; Tennessee, 25; Texas, 32; Vennont. 6; Virginia, 87; West Virginia, 8; Wyoming, 1. 

Prepared by 

Industry Statistioa Unit. 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Seview. NSA 
October 25. I935 



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CAHNXNa IIIXfaSTRT 
Establlsliiisnts, Wage Earners. Wagee. 7alue of Products, and Value idded, 
Classified 'by Ifnmber of Wage Earners per Establisliaent. 1933 



Bmsber of Wage 


Establishment 8 

Per Cent 

Nwaber of Total 


Wa^e Earners 


Wases 


Talue of 


Products 


Value Added ttj 
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Earners per 
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Nuniber 


Per Cent 
of Total 


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of DolUrs 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Thousands 
of Dollars 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Thousands 
of Dollars 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Total 

None 

1- 5 

6-20 

21-50 

51 - 100 

101 and over 


2.072 

11 
»»35 

203 
203 


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21.0 

36.4 

22.5 
9.8 
9.8 


84.27»* 

i"366 

8.77? 

14.77^ 

l't.336 

45.019 


100.0 

1.6 

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17-5 
17.0 

53.5 


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6.796 

7.173 

26.248 


100.0 

1.8 

9.3 

15.0 

15.9 
58.0 


'♦39.988 

122 

7.55r 

1*2.928 

66.752 
71.442 

251.193 


100.0 

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1.7 

9.8 

15.2 

16.2 

57.1 


171.568 

46 

2.689 

15.521 

25,674 

27.531 

100.107 


100.0 

9.0 
15.0 
16.0 

58.4 



Source: Bureauof the Census, Special Tabulation for NBA on Size of Establishments. Data are for the sub-classification 'Canned and Dried Traits and Vegetables, etc.* 
of the Census classification, "Canning and Preserving.* They do not Include establishments with annual production Talued at less than $5,000. 

s/ Less than .1 per cent. 



Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Onlt, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Bevlew. BSA 
October 25. I935 



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Population 
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2.500 


2.500- 


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9.999 


10.000 - 


24.999 


25.000- 


99.999 


100.000 - 


499.999 


500,000 and over 



1AB1S XT 

CiimiNG DmUSTBT 
Istabllshnsnts, Wage Earners, Tagee, Cost of Uaterlalt. and Talna of Piodneta, 
Classified Ijy Sls« of City, 1933 



BBtabliBhmants 

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Warn gamers 

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Thousands 
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Hiousands Per Cent 

of Dollars of Total 



2.072 



100.0 



994 


48.0 


190 


9.2 


139 


6.7 


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7.2 


156 


7.5 


189 


9.1 


255 


12.3 



84,274 

25.946 
9.367 
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8.657 

11.938 

9.223 
11.401 



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45.239 



30.8 


10.799 


11.1 


4.345 


9.2 


3.7iit 
4.782 


10.3 


14.2 


7.380 


10.9 


6.154 


13.5 


8.065 



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10.6 
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22.6 


22.5^ 


8.4 


22,731 


8.5 


23,213 


8.6 


47.269 


17.6 


40,012 


14.9 


52.085 


19.4 



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Talaa of ProAictm 



Choaaaada 



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•»39.9«8 



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99.336 


22.6 


39.911 


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36.540 


8.3 


38.092 


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72.861 


65.830 


14.9 


87.418 


19.8 



!T^jf l^ Census. Special Tabulation for KEA on Establishments Classified by Sise of City. Data are for sub-classification "Canned and Dried Fruit. 
?hL $5!So! classification. "Canning and Preserring." They do not Include establlstoent. with annual pwdufitloa Tlued at lew 



§/ Includes cost of materials, containers, fuel, and purchased electric energy. 



Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Ohit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Beview, MBA 
October 25. I935 



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CAHNIHG INDUSTHT 
Xstabllelments, Vage Sarners, Wages, Cost of Uaterlale, and Value of Products 
Classified ty Number of Wage Earners, and by Size of City, I933 



Number of Wage Earners 
per X8tat)ll8lanent by 
Population of Cities 



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Number of Total 



Wage Earners 



Number 



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Thousands 
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Cost of Uaterial."^ 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



Talue of Products 
Thousands Per Cent 
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Jtll Xstabllslnents: Total 
Cities less than 10,000 



2.072 



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8l+,274 100.0 



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268.420 



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^39.988 



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Total 

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21 - 50 ■ • 

51-100 •• » 

Ovir 100 " • 



Cltiee 10,000 - 99.999 

Total 

- 5 Wage Earners 

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21 - 50 " ■ 

51-100 ■ » 

Over 100 • " 

Cities ,100,000 - 499,999 

Total 

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21 - 50 » • 

51 - 100 " " 

Oyer 100 » « 

Cltiee 500,000 and OTer 

Total 

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6 - 20 » " 

21 - 50 » » 

51-100 » » 

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1.323 


63.9 


'♦3.055 


51.1 


18.857 


41.7 


105.840 


39.'* 


175.787 


40.0 


255 


12.3 


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1.0 


381 


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2.285 


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3.604 


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532 


25.7 


6.215 


7-? 


2.503 


ti 


15.832 
24.315 


5.9 


25.05'* 


i.7 


330 


15.9 


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12.4 


t.233 


9.1 


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9.2 


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8,4o4 


10.0 


3.620 


8.0 


20.211 


7.5 


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7-7 


85 


4.1 


17,165 


20.4 


8,120 


18,0 


'♦3.197 


16.0 


72.729 


16.6 


305 


14.7 


20,595 


24.4 


12.162 


26.9 


70,482 


26.3 


110.953 


25.2 


51 


2.4 


142 


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102 


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587 


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956 


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75 


3.6 


922 


1.1 


491 


1.1 


3.213 


1.2 


4.890 


1.1 


68 


3.3 


2.213 


2.6 


1.059 


2.3 


6.992 


2.6 


11.322 


2.6 


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2.2 


3.291 
14,027 


3.9 


1.807 


4.0 


9.688 


3.6 


15.762 


3.6 


66 


3.2 


16.6 


8. 703 


19.3 


50,002 


18. 7 


78.023 


17.7 


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9.1 


9.223 


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13.6 


40.013 


l4.9 


65.830 


15.0 


62 


3.0 


148 


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126 


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838 


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1.267 


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62 


3.0 


675 


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451 


1.0 


3.0U 


1.1 


4.95'* 


1.1 


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1.4 


983 


1.2 


599 


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3.919 


1.5 


5.802 


1.3 


14 


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999 


1.2 


618 


6.384 


2.4 


8.637 


2.0 


21 


1.0 


6.418 


7.6 


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9.6 


25.861 


9.6 


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255 


12.3 


11,401 


13.5 


8.066 


17.8 


52.085 


19.4 


87.'^18 


19.8 


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3.8 


220 


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196 


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1,228 


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1.846 


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86 


4.1 


967 


1.1 


772 


1.7 


5.350 


2.0 


8,030 


1.8 


37 


1.8 


1.164 


1.4 


905 


2.0 


5.853 


2.2 


9.173 


2.1 


23 


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1.641 


1.9 


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5.064 


2.5 


7.628 


2.8 


13.098 


3.0 


31 


1.5 


7,'+09 


8.8 


11.2 


32.026 


11.9 


55.271 


12.5 



Source: Bureau of the Census. Special Tabulation for NBA on Establishments Classified hy Number of Wage Earners and Sise of City. Data are for sub-classification 
■Canned and Dried TrultB and Vegetables, etc.," of Census classification "Canning and Preserring." They do not include establishments with annual 
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TA3LE TJlll 



CANIIIIIG IiroUSTEY 
Disti-iov.tion of Mfinufacturer' Sales, "by T:ype of Cutlet, 

1929 



Tj-pe of Outlet 



Vrlua of Sales 
Thousancis Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



Establisliraents 

Per Cent 
lIumlDer of Total 



Percentage of 
E s ta"bl i slment s 
Selling 

Exclusively 
to Specified 
Outlets 



Total Distributed Sales 

Sales to "iTholesalers 

Sales to Manufr.ct-arers 
Own Wholesale Brpjiches 

Sales to Retailers 

Sales to Manufacturers 
Own He tail 3rc:;iches 

Sales to Industrial ajid 
Other Large Consvjiiers 

Sales to Household Con- 
sumers Unclassified 



744, eio 


100.0 


2,997 


100.0 


59,6 


503,523 


67.6 


2,445 


81.5 


46.9 


121,053 


16. o 


305 


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3.8 


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9.5 


595 


19.9 


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2,500 



39 



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Sources Bureau of the Census, Distrioiition of Sales of !ia.nufs.cturing Plants, 1929 . 
Data are for the suD-classification "Canned and Dried Pruits and 



Vegeta'bles, etc.," of Census classification "Canning and Pres 



servm-^.' 



They do not include estaMishraents with annual production valued at 
less thar- $5,000. 

a/ Include the valxie of interolant transfers. Coifoined to avoid dis- 
closures of individual or)erations. 



Prepared by 

Industry'- Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Revie™, ERA. 
Octo"ber 26, 1935. 



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State 



U. S. Total 

California 

Illinois 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

New Jerse" 

New York 

Ohio 

PennsylvaJiia 

Texas 

Other States 



CAlWniG IlIDUSTEY 
Estimated ll-on'ber of Wholesale pnd Retail 
Estahlislments, by Strtes, 1929 and 1933 



Wholesale a/ 



1929 



5,900 



4,002 



1933 



4,025 



2,400 



Retail h/ 



1929 



411,514 



222,889 



1933 



389,749 



337 


213 


15,896 


15,076 


256 


185 


20,206 


20,964 


197 


106 


14,506 


13,940 


243 


149 


13,353 


13,475 


91 


49 


73,965 


14,537 


585 


184 


35,326 


34,023 


258 


175 


19,952 


19,484 


478 


271 


36,888 


32,709 


453 


293 


18,533 


17,419 



208,142 



Source: Census of Retail Distril-ation, 1929 . Vol. I, Parts 2 and 3, Tahle 1; 
1953 , Vol. II, Table A; Census o f TTnolesalc Distribution, 1929 , Vol. 
II, Table 3; 1935 . Vols. I - VII, Table 2-A. 



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Data are for the Census classification "Groceries (General line)," 
Since ds.ta for the classifications "Canned Jiuits and Vegetables" 
and "Canned Goods (general line)" were not listed separately in 1933 
they have 'been omitted from the 1929 figures in order to present 
comparable data. These two grouos acco^jnted for less than 10 per cent 
of the total number of establishments (including the three above 
classifications) in 1929, 

Data for 1929 include the Census classifications "Grocery Stores 
(without mea.t)," "Combination Stores (Groceries and Meat)," and 
"General Stores." Data for 1933 are comparable to those for 1929 
and include the Census classifications "Grocery Stores (without meat)," 
"Combination Grocery Stores (groceries and meat)" and "Country General 
Stores." Since data for "Delicatessen Stores" were not listed 
separately in 1933 they have been omitted from 1929 figures in order 
to" present con;oar3.ble data. This type of store accounted for less than 
3 per cent of the total number of establisbxients (included under the 
four grouos mentioned above) in 1929. 



Prepared by 

Industr*/' Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, NRA 
December 12, 1935 



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TABLE XXII 

GAMING IKDUSTRY 
NiuiiDer of Firms and ilumber of Cases Sold, Classified 
"b?- Trade Association lientership, 1934 



Ilurater of N-umter Cases Sold 
Firms (Thousands) 



Total Sutject to Code Provisions 2,222 160,530 a/ 

National Canners' Association b/ 631 108,315 a/ 



Source: National Canners' Association. Letter of I.iarch 11, 1935 from the 

Secreta.r;'- of the Association to the Assistant De 3Uty Administrator. 

a/ Estimated h;' Secretarj'^ of ilationa.1 Canners' Association. 
t/ There are a nu/i'ber of other Trade Associations in existence 
, tut the ntimoer of members has not been ascertained. 

Prepared by 

Indiistry Sta.tistics Unit, 
Sta.tistics Section, 
Division of P.evie'7, IIRA 
December 12, 1935 



9296 



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