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NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION 



DIVISION OF REVIEW 



EVIDENCE STUDY 
NO. 52 

OF 

SHIP AND BOAT BLDG. AND REPARING INDUSTRY 



Prepared by 

THE INDUSTRY STATISTICS UNIT 



October, 1935 



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



THE SVIDEIICE STUDY SERIES 

The ETIDKflCE STUDIES were originally plarined as a means of gathering evidence 
bsaring upon various legal issues which arose under the National Industrial He- 
covery Act. 

These studios have value quite aside fron the use for which they were originally 
intended. Accordingly, they are now made available for confidential use within the 
Division of Review, and for inclusion in Code Histories, 

The full list of the Evidence Studies is as follows: 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 



Autonohile Manufacturing Ind. 
Boot and Shoe Mfg. Ind. 
Bottled soft Drink Ind. 
Builders' Supplies Ind. 
Chemical Mfg. Ind, 
Cigar Mfg. Industry 
Consti^action Industry 
Cotton Garment Industry 



Ind. 



iing Ind. 



IvUg. , 



etc. 



Ind. 



Dress Mfg. 

Electrical 

Electrical Mfg. Ind, 

Fab, Metal Prod. 

Fishery Industry 

Purnit"ure Mfg. Ind. 

General Contractors 

Graphic Arts Ind. 

Gray Iron Foundry Ind. 

Hosiery Ind. 

Infant's &, Children's Wear Ind, 

Iron and Steel Ind. 

Leather 

L"'amber fc Timber Prod. Ind. 



23. Mason Contractors Industry 

24. Men's Clothing Industry 

25. Motion Picture Industry 

26. Motor Bus Mfg. Industry (Dropped) 

27. lieedleT'Ork Ind. of Puerto Rico 

28. painting & Paperhanging & Decorating 

29. Photo Engraving Industry 

30. Plumbing Contracting Industry 

31. Retail Food (See No. 42) 

32. Retail Lumber Industry 

33. Retail Solid Fuel (Dropped) 

34. Retail Trade Industry 

35. Rubber Mfg. Ind. 

36. Rubber Tire Mfg. Ind. 

37. Silk Textile Ind. 

38. Structural Clay Products Ind. 

39. Throwing Industry 

40. Trucking Industry 

41. T?aste Materials Ind. 

42. Tnolesale & Retail Food Ind. (See No. 

43. Pnolesale Fresh Fruit & Veg. 



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In addition to the studies brought to completion, certain materials have been 
assembled for other industries. These MATERIALS are included in the series and are 
also n3,de available for confidential use within the Division of Rcuew and for in- 
clusion in Code Histories, as follows: 



44. Wool Textile Industry 

45. Au'comotive psjrts & Equip. 

46. Baking Industry 

47. Canning Industry 

48. Coat and S^uit Ind. 



49. Household Goods l< Storage, etc. (Dropped) 

Ind. 50. Motor Vehicle Retailing Trade Ind. 

51. Retail Tire & Battery Trade Ind. 

52. Ship & Boat Bldg. & Repairing Ind. 

53. 'WhioloEaling or Distributing Trade 



L. C. Marshall 
Director, Division of Review 



C0N]3]KTS 



G-eneral Notes 



1-2 



Notes for Data on Porm E.-P-28 



Tables 



4-29 



•T-'f--f-^-f'"t''P^ 



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TABLES 



TABLE I-A - Index of SmplojonGnt (1923-25=100) , 1926-19S5 4 

B - Index of Errolo^/ment ( 1929=100) , 1926-1935 4 

C - Estimated iltunlDer Employed, 1926-1935 4 

TABLE II-A - Index of Payrolls (1923-25=100), 1926-1935 5 

B - Index of Payrolls (1929-iOO), 1926-1935 5 

C - Estimated !7eel:ly Payroll , 1926-1935 5 

TABLE III-A - Average Eours T/orked Per :7eek, 1932-1935 6 

E - Estimated Total i.Icii-Hours Per Week, 1932-1935 6 

TABLE IV-A - Average Ho^orly Wage , 1932-1935 7 

B - Average Weekly Wage , 1926-1935 7 

TABLE 7-A - Merchant Vessels Under Construction, 1926-1935 3 

B - Index of Merchant Vessels Under Construction, 1926- 

1935 3 

C- Merchant Vessels Completed During I.ionth, 1926-1935 3 

TABLE VI - Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of Materials, 

Value of Products, Value Added, and Horsepo^7er, hy 
Census Years, 1999 to 1935 9 

TABLE VII-A - Establisliments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of Materials, 

Value of Products, and Value Added by Manufacture, by 
States, 1929 10 

B - Establishments, Wage Earners, Wa^-;es, Cost of Materials, 
Value of Products, and Value Added by Manufacture, ''oy 
States, 1931 H 

C - Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of Materials, 
Value of Products, and Value Added bjr Manufacture, by 
States, 1933 12 

TABLE VIII - Ship Building and Ship Repairing Industry - Ilumber of 

Plants, by States, 1933 and 1934. 15 

TABLE IX - lumber of Employees in Identical Yards Building Wooden 

s,nd Steel Boats uo to 196 Peet in Length, by Regions, 
1929 and 1935 14 



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TABLES (cont'd) 



TABLE 



X 



TABLE XI 



TABLE XII-A 



TABLE XIII 



TABLE XIV - 

TABLE XV - 

TABLE XVI 

TABLE XVII 

TABLE XVIII 

TABLE XIX 

TABLE XX 



Establishments, ¥age Earners, Wages, Cost of 
Materials, and Value of Products, Classified 
by Size of City, 1933 15 

Establisbnents, Wage Earners, Value of Products 
and value Added, Classified b y Value of 
Products per Establislunent , 1929 16 

Establishments and Wage Earners Classified by 
Nxmber of Wage Earners per Establisliment, 
1929 1'? 

Establisbnents, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 
Materials, and Value of Products, Classified 
by Number of W.?.ge Earners per Establishment, 
1931 18 

Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Value of 
Products, and Value Added, Classified by 
Number of Wage Earners per Estt-blishment , 
1933 19 

Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of 
Materials, and Value of Products, Classified 
by Kumber of Wage Earners, and by Size of 
City, 1933 20 

Number of Yards, by ?fege Earners, 1929 and 1933 ... 21 

Value of Business, Number of Employees, Total 
Annual Wages and Average Annual Wage for 246 
Identical Yards, 1929 and 1933 22 

Fomber of Yards, by Minimum Hourly Wage Rates, 

1929 and 1933 23 

- Number of Yards, by Minimum Weekly Earnings of 
Office Employees, 1929 and 1933 24 

- ShiTD Building and Ship Repairing Industry - 
Sources of Material Entering into the Con- 
struction of a $15,000,000 Ship 25 

- Ship Building and Ship Repairing Industry - 
Members of the Industry, Classified as to 
Trade Association Membership, 1934 28 

- Boat Building and Boat Repairing Industry - 

Members of the Industry, Classified as to 

Trade Association Membership, 1933 ,29 



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SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AM ESPAIRING IMUSTRIES 
General Notes 

Comparison, of Definitions of the Industry 

Published Government data comhine the Boat Building and Ship 
Building Industries. Since most of the available data are from Gov- 
ernment bureaus, it has been necessary to consider the two Codes, 
"Boat Building and Boat Repairing" and "Ship Building and Ship Re- 
pairing" together in this report. Only in the cases of trade asso- 
ciation membership, total number of establishments, and the number 
of employees in yards b^iilding vessels up to 126 feet has it been 
possible to obtain data for the Codes separately. 

The one Census classification "Ship and Boat Building" covers 
the two Industries as defined in the Codes "Boat Building and Boat 
Repairing," and "Ship Building and Ship Repairing." A wide discrep- 
ancy exists, however, between the number of establishments reported 
by the Census and the total reported by the respective Code Authori- 
ties for the two coded Industries. 

The Code Authorities for the "Boat Building and Boat Repair- 
ing" and the "Ship Building and Ship Repairing" Codes reported a 
total of 2,935 plants under the Codes for 1933, while the Census of 
Manufactures reported 395 plants under its classification "Ship and 
Boat Building" for 1933. This discrepancy can presumaliy be account- 
ed for by taking into consideration the following factors. In the 
first place, establishments vmich built boats only as a minor por- 
tion of their product had to report to the Code Authority \7hile the 
Census concerned itself only with those establishments which were 
primarily engaged in boat building. In the second place, plants 
which were still considered as a part of the Industry but were in- 
active during the year were not canvassed by the Census. The fact 
that the Census does not canvass establishments with an annual prod- 
uct of less than $5,000 eliminated a large number of small concerns 
building and repairing boats as well as a number of shore shops, 
which reported to the Code Authorities. A few establishBients which 
were under one or the other of the Codes were listed by the Census 
under classifications other than "Ship and Boa.t Building," 

Sources 

The chief sources of tne statistical material included in 
this report are the Bureau of the Census and the Bureau of Labor 
Statistics, Other data included are from the Bureau of Navigation, 
the Code Authorities for the Boat Building and Boat Repairing and 
the Ship Building and Ship Reiiairing Industries, the National Coun- 
cil of American Shin Builders, and National Recovery Administration 
Q,uestionnaires, 



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Bureau of the Census Data .>^ Data from the Census of Manufac- 
tures, classification of "Shiii and Boat Building," cover privately 
o'.Tned establishments engaged primarily in the construction or the re- 
pair of uater craft of any kind, and establishments producing masts, 
spars, and other accessories for vessels. Subsequent to 1919 no data 
have been collected for ship yards operated by the Federal Government, 
and therefore none are included for any yoar. 

For the Census of 1919 and prior years, data were collected 
from all establishments with an annual production of $500 and over, ?or 
subsequent Census years no data were collected from establishments 
with annual products valued at less than $5,000. The exclusion of 
data for these small establishments reduces considerably the number 
which must be canvassed, but does not materially impair the accuracy 
of the statistics except for the single item "number of establishments," 
as in 1919, establishments with an annual production of less than $5,000 
accounted for only ,4 per cent of the wage earners and only .4 per cent 
of the total value of products. 

To the extent that "value of products" represents new construc- 
tion, it is limited to the value of work done d^aring the year and 
therefore does not include the total value of completed vessels except 
those on which construction was begun and finished within the year, 
Receipts for rei^air work are included. The total "value of products" 
for the Industry includes the value of certain products other than 
water craft. These products represented approximately 4 per cent of 
the total value in 1929, 1931 and 1933. 

Bureau of Labor Statistics Data .- Labor data from this source 
are based on a sample of the establishments canvassed by the Bureau of 
the Census, Descri'otions of these data are presented in the more de- 
tailed notes accompanying the tables from this source. 

National Recovery Administration Questionnaire .- The National 
Recovery Administration sent Questionnaires to 1750 ship and boat 
builders and received replies from 779 plants. Of these 128 were 
either out of business or in some other business, such as Naval Archi- 
tects, and 232 renlies contained insufficient data to be of value. 
Thus 419 questionnaires were tabulated. Data on all the items request- 
ed were not reported by all of these 419 plants. Consequently the 
number of plants listed in tables from this source vary from table to 
table and between years within a table. 

Data from Other Sources ,- Descriptions of data from the Bu- 
reau of Navigation, the Code Authorities, the National Council of 
American Ship Builders, as well as the sources discussed above are 
given in the notes accompanying the tables. 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, NBA 
October 28, 1935 



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Notes for Data on Form H-P-28 

SHIP AKD BOAT BUILDIivG A1\D HEPAIEIatG liTOUS TRIES 

(Code No. 2) 



1. GENZHAL COI,n .; ENT ON CUHI^NT LABOR DATA 

Current la"bor data from the Bureau of La"bor Statistics 
for eriT'Dloyaent, payrolls and average weekly ^jages are tased on a 
sam-ole coverin,:; atout 35 per cent of the wage earners re-oorted 
under the Census classification "Shijj and Boat Building." The 
sample for average hours and average hourly '-'age covered about 
40 per cent of the wage earners in 1933 and about 70 per cent in 
1934, Since more than 95 per cent of the wage earners included 
in the sample are in the ship building industry the san^ile is 
representative of the ship building industry only. 



3. SIvIPLOH/iENT A>ID PAYROLLS 

Bureau of Labor Statistics indexes have been adjiisted 
to 1S35 Census totals by NRA. 



3. MEHCHAl^TT VESSELS UNDER CONSTRUCTION MP liERCHANT •'71']SSELS COM- 
PLETED DURING IviONrii 

The total number of vest-els coranleted includes ocean 
going, lake, and river vessels built and officially numbered, in- 
cluding vessels of the United States Shipping Board and private 
American owne?:'£, but not vessels built for foreign owners. 

i.ierchant vessels ur.der construction include ai-ll kinds 
of ships under construe 'oion at the end of the month, except Fed- 
eral government vessels. 



Prepared by 

Industry Sta.tistics Unit 
Statistics Section 
Division of Reviev;, NBA 
October 28, 1935 



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Codes No. 2 and 406 






SHIP AOT BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING INDUSTRIES 
i^'actory Employment 




I-A 

1926 


Index of Eirployment (1923-25=100) a/' 
1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 


1?31 


1935 






JAN 


94. ?5 


111.1 


85.8 


90.4 


116.0 


93.3 


__75,3. 


54.2 


64.4 


6d.3 




FEB 


97 8 


115.4 


8 2 


0. 


115.4 


89.6 


75.2 


51.1 


66.0 


72 8 




MAH 


9o 4 


115 8 


78. 


97.2 


113.6 


86.4 


74.1 


48.2 


69.3 


74.9 




AP 


^8 


113.1 


79 9 


1 3. 


115. 


88 6 


76.1 


44.4 


71.7 


74.6 




MAY 


5.5 


108,5 


79.4 


10 .4 


Ill 


86 


72.6 


47.5 


73.1 


76.4 




JUN 


94.9 


104.7 


79.6 


103.3 


109.8 


85.3 


70.1 


48.0 


76.6 


66.2 




JUl 


94.6 


98,0 


77.1 


.03.3 


05 


81.8 


63 6 


52.3 


69.2 


71.3 




AUG 


93 5 


93.5 


75.2 


101 


x.05,5 


75.5 


59.7 


57.5 


71.2 


7?.4 




SEP 


5.0 


90.2 


75.4 


1 1,7 


04,6 


75.7 


57.5 


64.2 


71.3 


76.1 


P 


OCT 


96. 


88.7 


76.7 


101.9 


01 4 


75.5 


56-5 


66.1 


71.2 




MOV 


ia£A4_ 


87.5 


79.4 


16 6 


94 8 


78.3 


55.7 


53.5 


69.3 






DEC 


110.1 


88.7 


86.6 


111.1 


95 


78.4 


55,7 


67.3 


68.5 






^verase 


97,4 


101.3 


79.5 


ICl 3 


10 3 


83,0 


66.0 


55 4 


70.2 






I B 


In ex of aaiioymen (1929=100) i/ 












JAN 


93,2 


109.8 


84.8 


89.. 


114 6 


92.2 


74.6 


54.5 


65.4 


69.4 






FED 


96.5 


114.2 


80.2 


69.5 


114.0 


88 4 


74.6 


51.5 


67.0 


73.9 




MAR 


97.2 


114.4 


77.7 


96.0 


112,2 


85.3 


73.7 


48.7 


70.4 


6 1 




PR 


94.6 


111.7 


9.0 


102. • 


11 .7 


8 .5 


75.7 


44.8 


73 


75.8 






MAf 


94.4 


10--. 2 


78.5 


103 


10 .7 


84.9 


72.3 


48.0 


74.3 


7 6 






JUN 


93.8 


10 .4 


77.7 


102.0 


108,5 


84.2 


69 9 


48.6 


77.8 


6 .2 




JUL 


93 4 


6.8 


76.2 


1C2.0 


10 .7 


80 7 


63. 5 


53 


70,3 


72 4 




AUG 


92.3 


2.4 


74.3 


99. 


104,2 


74.7 


59,7 


58.3 


72 3 


73.5 


1 


SEP 


93 8 


89 1 


74.5 


100.4 


1 3..< 


75.8 


57.6 


65 1 


72.4 


77. : 


P 


oc-H 


94.8 


8 7 


75.8 


100 7 


100. <:' 


'4.7 


56.7 


67.1 


72.3 






NOV 


101.1 


86 5 


78.5 


105 , 3 


93.7 


77.6 


55.9 


64 6 


70.4 






DEr 


108.7 


87 7 


85.6 


109.8 


93.9 


77.7 


56. 


68.4 


69.6 






Average 


96.2 


100.1 


78.6 


100,0 


i.06 


82.0 


65 9 


56.1 


71.3 






I-C 


Estimated Num er Employed (thousands 


i) ^ 










AN 


5. .4 


60.5 


46.7 


49. .2 


6 .1 


50 8 


41 1 


30,0 


36.0 


38.21 




•■EB 


'3.2 


62.9 


44.2 


49.3 


6 .8 


48.7 


41.1 


28.4 


36.9 


40.7 




MAR 


53.6 


63.0 


42.8 


52.9 


61.8 


47,0 


40.6 


26.8 


38.8 


41.9 




APR 


52.1 


■61.5 


43.5 


56.3 


62.6 


48.2 


41.7 


24.7 


40.2 


41.81 




MAV 


52.0 


59.1 


43.3 


56 8 


6 .4 


46.8 


39.8 


26c4 


40.9 


42.8 




J N 


51.7 


57.0 


42.8 


56. 2 _ 


59.8 


46.4 


38.5 


26.8 


42.9 


37.0 




JUL 


51.5 


53.3 


42. C 56.2 


57.1 


44.5 


35.0 


29.2 


38.7 


39.9 




AUG 


50.9 


50.9 


40.9 


5-X.9 


57.4 


41.2 


:^.2o9 


32.1 


39.8 


40,5 




SEP 


51.7 


49,1 


41.0 


55.3 


56.9 


41.8 


31.7 


35.9 


39.9 


42.6 


p 


OCT 


52.2 


48.3 


41.8 


55.5 


55.2 


41.2 


31.2 


37.0 


39.8 






NOV 


55.7 


47.7 


43.3 


58.0 


51.6 


42.8 


30.8 


55.6 


38.8 






DEC 


59.9 


48.3 


47.2 


60.5 


51.7 


42.8 


30.9 


37.7 


Sfl.S 






Aveira«9 


53.0 


55.1 


43.3 


55.1 


58,4 


45,2 


36.'^ 


30.; 


39,? 






j/ iJureau o f J-i 
J I-A shifted 
SJ I-B times 1' 

p - pr limiaajr: 


ab r btati tlca l dei for "Ship il ing." 
to 929 base an ad u ted to 1933 Gens 
329 ase igure .55. 89). 

1 


total 1 


jy NRA. 







DIVISION OF RE\ lEW NRA 

Industry Statistlos Unit, JEC-rb, 10-1-35. revised EG:rb, 10-S4-35 

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Codes No 


. 2 and 


406 




■ 


SHIP AND BOAT HJILDING AMD REPAIfiING INDUSTRIES 
Factory Payrolls 






I.. -A 

1926 


Index of Payrolls : 923-25"100 a/ 
1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 


19 ?4 


1935 






FEB 
M-iR 


5 4 


117 


95. 


95.3 


121,7 


9C 9 


='5.4 


3/. 7 


48. 


56,2 




96- 


11 .6 


84 9 


97.8 


.24.8 


88.: 


...-.9 


35.7 


,'9 .0 


59.7 




99.2 


123.1 


83.6 


104.6 


124.4 


83.4 


60.6 


32.5 


52.4 


63.fi 




A R 


00 .8 


25.2 


88 5 


111.6 


124.8 


85.4 


66.0 


30.1 


53.9 


62.0 




M»V 


•98 4 


1'6.5 


83.5 


113.8 


12.3.6 


36 « 


57.3 


•32.5 


60.0 


65.7 




JJN 


98.9 


10:r 2 


85. 


115.0 


116.5 


78. S 


54,3 


32 5 


60.2 


55.5 




J L 


9 '.4 


05 7 


82. 


111.5 


.0.1 


72.4 


52.3 


36.2 


55 6 


9.4 




AJG 


98.6 


96.8 


78.2 


05.9 


Ul.O 


69.2 


43.1 


40. 


56.4 


61.5 




Sf P 


96.7 


92 9 


80.6 


11 .1 


107. 


64 4 


42 4' 45. 


57.0 


65.6 


p 


O-T 


J.05.4 


97.1 


81.3 


111 3 


100.7 


68.4 


3.0 


47.5 


56.2 






MOV 


105.5 


93.6 


81.8 


115.5 


98.7 


65.8 


39.4 


46.8 


54.0 






DEC 


118.6 


103.6 


95.2 


122.3 


98.6 


68.4 


42.3 


49.4 


55.3 






Axaz&gfi] 


100.9 


108.3 


85.0 


109.7 


U3.5 


76,b 


5 .5 


38. 


54 






II-B 


Index of Payrolls (929=100) b/ 










JAN 


8 .0 


106 7 


86.9 


86.9 


110.9 


8' 6 


60 4 


36-7 


48.0 


6.0 




FEB 


87.8 


108.2 


77.5 


89.2 


113. : 


80.0 


59.3 


34.8 


48.9 


.;..5 




kxa;^ 


90.5 


112.5 


76.3 


95.4 


113 4 


75.7 


56 4 


31.8 


52.3 


3 6 




APR 


92.0 


114.2 


80.8 


101.7 


113.8 


7. 5 


-1.7 


29 5 


53 7 


18 




MAY 


89.8 


106.3 


76.2 


103.7 


jj.s*a. 


78.5 


53.7 


32.0 


59.8 


5.5 




JUN 


90.2 


99.6 


78.2 


04.8 


106,2 


'■ A * ' ' 


5.. 2 


32.: 


60.1 


5 .3 




JUL 


88,9 


96 4 


74.8 


6 


100 4 


5. 


4? .5 


35.9 


55.5 


59 2 




AUG 


90,0 


88.3 


71.4 


96.5 


101.2 


63.1 


41.0 


3 .7 


56.2 


:i.3 




SEP 


88.2 


84.8 


73.6 


10 .3 


97.5 


58 8 


40 .5 


45.6 


56.9 


65 


P 


OCT 


96.2 


88.6 


74.2 


101.5 


91.8 


62 6 


41.3 


47 3 


56.0 






NOV 


96.3 


85.4 


7 .7 


105 3 


90,0 


60 4 


37.9 


4'. 7 


53.9 






DEC 


108.2 


94.5 


86.9 


111.5 


89 .-9 


63. 


41.0 


49.2 


55.1 






^TfirageJ 


9^.1 


98.8 


77.6 


100.0 


103,5 


70 


49.5 


38.4 


54,-7 






II-C 


Es imated Weekly Payroll (thousands of dollars 


c/ 








JAN 


1.477 


1.811 


1.475 


1.475 


1.88 


1.406 


1.025 


623 


815 


951 




FEB 


1.490 


1.837 


1„316 


1.514 


1.93-i 


1.358 


1.007 


591 


630 


1.010 




MAR 


1.536 


1.9u6 


1.295 


1.619 


1.925 


1.285 


957 


540 


838 


1.080 




APR 


1.562 


1.939 


li372 


1.726 


1.932 


1.316 


1.047 


5G1 


.12 


1.049 




MAY 


1.524 


1.805 


1,294 


1.760 


1.915 


X.333 


912 


54*5 


1,015 


,112 




JUN 


1,531 


1^691 


1 . Z'-'R 


1-778 


1.803 


1.217 


869 


545 


1. 20 


939 




JUL 


1.509 


1.636 


j-t .. 


1.725 


1.-04 


1.119 


840 


d.9 


942 


1,005 




AUG 


1.528 


\.499 


,212 


1.'.38 


1.718 


1.071 


696 


6 4 


9-4 


1.041 




SEP 


1.497 


1.440 


1.24^1 


1.737 


1.655 


998 


688 


774 


96'- 


1,1-0 


P 


^CT 


1.635 


1,504 


l.dtoO 


1.72^ 


1.5- 8 


1.063 


701 


8 3 


9C1 






NOV 


1.63« 


1.45- 


iV- 


l."88 


1.5« 


1,025 


643 


7y3 


915 






DE. 


lp83; 


1.604 


1.475 


1.893 


1.526 


..Oo9 


69.' 


835 


93L 






1' Ter^«ei 


i^,§6!. 


1.6v- 


1.31'; 


■;69.. 


1.757 


U188 


840 


65C 


929 






^ aur u or u. 
Ji/ II- 8hlft©( 
£/ II-B times ] 
p - preltmlnar: 


itoor statistics index for "S pbuil 
1 to 1 .V" basi and^dj,:8ted t'j 1932 
L929 base figur (^«|7-t.l5? ^^ % 

J 


S Census total 
,697,580). 


by NRA 


• 





DIVISION OF REVIEW, NRA 
Industry Statistics Unit, JEC;rb, "" ""^ "« 
8926 



revised, EG:rb, 10-24-35 



R-F 


-28 












Codes No. 2 and 406 




SHIP AKD BOAT BUILDING Ml) REPAIRING INDUSTRIES | 
Man-Hours - Factory 


III-A Average Hours Worked Per Week a/ 

i986 1987 19S8 19S9 3.9W 1951 1958 1955 1954 195f 




• AN 














57.3 


29.8 


30.1 


31.8 


FEB 














35.8 


29.5 


50.4 


30.7 


MAR 














34.7 


30.5 


31.0 


32.1 


-^PR. 










, 




37.9 


31.3 


31.2 


32.2 


MAY 














34.5 


33.0 


32.2 


33.1 


,UN 














33.3 


31.5 


31.3 


32.4 


JUL 














38.4 


33.0 


31.6 


32.6 


AUG 














32.0 


30.3 


31.3 


32.8 


SEP 














31.7 


30.6 


30.5 




ccr 














32.0 


30.3 


30.1 




hJOV 














29.7 


29.5 


30.4 




EC 














33.4 


31.2 


30.5 




^TBT,^9} 














34.2 


30.9 


30. J 




III-B Estimated Total Man-Hours Per Week (thousands) b/ 




^ANJ 












J 


1.533 


8y4 


1.084 


1.215 


kb\ 














1.471 


838 


1.122 


1.249 


MARl 














1,409 


817 


1,203 


1,345 


A R 














1.580 


773 


1.254 


1,346 


VAY 














1.3b5 


871 


1.317 


1.417 


J;-N 














1.282 


844 


1.543 


1.199 


JJL 














1.344 


964 


1.223 


1.301 


AOG 














1.053 


1.027 


1.246 


1.32S 


SEP 














1,0C5 


1.099 


i.a7 




OCT 














998 


1.121 


1,193 




NOV 














915 


1,050 


1,179 




DFX 














1.032 


1J.7 


1,168 




iyerafi^«? i 














1,249 


9?6 


1.213 








JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 




















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 






















1 






















a/ Bureau of labor Statistics series for "SMpb il ing *• 
j/ Estimated Number Employed (I-C) multiplied by Av.rage Hours Worked Per 
Week (III-A). 



DIVISION OF REV EW, NRA 
Industry Statistics Unit, JBS:rb, 9-? 



-•vis&d. KG:rb, 10-24-35 



-7- 



R-P 


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Codes No 


. 2 and 


406 


SHIP AND BOAT BUTT.TIING AND EEPAIRING nJDUSTEIiS 
Usages ~ Factory 


IV-A Average Hourly Wage (cents) a/ 

19?.fi 19R7 19PA iqj>q IQ.-V* IQ^I 1 QSS 1 PSn 1<J5V1 1 qSS 




JAN 














67,2 


59.4 


69.6 


75.0 


FEB 














57.9 


61.2 


69.9 


76.2 


MAR 














64.1 


57.9 


70.2 


75.2 


APR 














65.4 


56.7 


6?.5 


73.9 


MAY 














65 


55.6 


73.6 


75.0 


JUN 














62-1 


55.0 


72.2 


74.2 


JUL 














58.5 


55.7 


74.1 


73.S 


AUG 














60.6 


61.7 


73.9 


3.9 


SEP 














62.1 


64.2 


74.8 




OCT 














6c>.6 


67.1 


72.1 




MOV 














65.2 


67.5 


74.1 




DEC 














60.6 


65.1 


75.6 




Ayfi,ragd 












63-3 


60.6 


72.5 




IV-B Average Weekly Wage (dollars) a/ 




JAN 


28.42 


29.23 


29.96 


29.10 


2S.31 


27.83 


^25.86 


20.64 


21.79 


R.'^.fill 


F.B 


27.96 


28.37 


28 .-31 


30.00 


30.09 


28.10 


25.20 


20. {-5 


21.59 


23 6C| 


MAR 


28.50 


29.32 


28.83 


29.98 


30.56 


27,67 


24.23 


19.98 


2? ,10 


24. 50' 


APR 


29.64 


30.5.. 


30.20 


29.88 


30.39 


27.64 


5-68 


20 a5 


21.84 


2. 69 


MAY 


29.12 


29.52 


28.63 


30.29 


31.09 


28.97 


23.33 


a0.:.9 


24.07 


24.86 


JUN 


29.25 


28.22 


30.24 


30.74 


29.46 


26.80 


23,11 


30 09 


22. 1 


24.35 


JUL 


28.90 


29.52 


29.26 


29. 77 


29.51 


25,93 


24.35 


20.: 8 


23.5S 


24.12 


AUG 


29.53 


28.15 


28.65 


29.09 


29.61 


26.60 


21.60 


20. 2 


23.16 


24 £4 


SEP 


28.55 


27.92 


29.27 


30.-7 


28.93 


25.13 


21.95 


21.24 


23.16 




OCT 


30.74 


29.70 


29.42 


30.31 


28.18 


26,87 


22.66 


21.43 


23.07 




NOV 


28.63 


26.51 


28.47 


30.01 


29 59 


25.15 


a. 04 


21 56 


22.32 




DEC 


30.05 


31.53 


30.36 


30.58 


29.49 


26.07 


22 62 


21.41 


23.33 




Averacel 


29.10 


29.22 


29.30 


30,0? 


29,69 


26.90 


23.47 


20.75 


22.72 








JAN 






















FEB 






















MAR 






















APR 






















MAY 






















JUN 






















JUL 


— 


















AUG 






















SEP 






















OCT 






















NOV 






















DEC 












































a/ Bureau of Lobor Stat j sties series for "Shipbuilding." 



Division of revew, nra 

Industry Statistics Unit, JEC:rb, 9-' 
MPJt 



R-P 


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Codes No. 


2 and 


406 


SHIP AND BOAT BUILDINO AND REPAIRING INDUSTRIES 1 
Merchant Vessels Under Coastructioa and Coripleted 


¥-A Merchant Tassels Under Construction (thousands of grods tons) a/ 

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 19S2 1933 1934 1935 


^—n 


JAN 


268 


313 


S14 


126 


376 


42i 


252 


22 


44 


3ft 


FEB 


251 


310 


207 


168 


341 


412 


229 


24 


43 


36 


MAf 


228 


288 


232 


187 


327 


409 


^74 


14 


42 


30 


APR 


2?^ 


235 


252 


290 


366 


397 


173 


12 


48 


20 


MAY 


225 


235 


259 


268 


488 


370 


186 


18 


46 


20 


JUN 


199 


219 


264 


170 


487 


359 


180 


35 




20 


J L 


254 


219 


256 


160 


465 


326 


161 


38 


35 


31 


AUG 


275 


V16 


235 


215 


,489 


299 


147 


36 


33 


7P 


SEP 


281 


2 6 


242 


254 


-.23 


294 


94 


26 


32 




OCT 


273 


241 


260 


400 


366 


288 


8'; 


24 


33 




KJOV 


317 


194 


169 


384 


359 


279 


18 


25 


49 




DEC 


S14 


204 


94 


72 


344 J 249 


18 


25 


50 




AjsiMUsi 


259, 


241 


224 


'50 


403 1 342 


143 


25 


41 




V-B Index of Merchant Ve sela Under Construction (l929=100) b/ 






JAN 


107.2 


125.2 


85.6 


50.4 


150.- 


168.4 


100.8 


8.8 


17.6 


15.2 


FED 


100.4 


124.0 


82.8 


6 .2 


,36 , 


164.8 


91.6 


9.6 


.7. 


1 .4 


MAR 


91.2 


115.2 


92.8 


74.8 


130.. 


16'. 6 


69.. 


5 6 


16. R 


1 .0 


APRj 


91 6 


94.0 


00.8 


lj.6.,0 


:46. 


158.8 


69.:' 


4 8 


19.2 





MAY 


89.2 


94.0 


1U3.6 


-07.2 


•.95. - 


148. 


74.4 


7 2 


18.4 


80 


JUN 


79.6 


87 6 


1 5.6 


58.0 


"j:94.- 


143. P 


72.0 


14.0 


5 2 


8,T 


JUL 


101.6 


87 6 


i:)2.4 


4.0 


86, - 


130.4 


64.4 


15.2 


14.0 


12.4 


AUG 


110.0 


86.4 


94.0 


86. - 


1 95.6 


119.6 


58.8 


14.4 


13 2 


28. 


SEP 


112.4 


86 4 


9 .8 


101. 6 


.69 2 


117 6 


37.6 


10.4 


12.8 




0C7 


109.2 


96 4 


10 .0 


160.; 


li6 4 


115-2 


34.8 


9.6 


13.2 




NOV 


126.8 


77.6 


67.6 


153 b 


■ 3-6 


111. 6 


7.2 


10.0 


19.6 




DEC 


125.6 


81.6 


37 6 


148. 


-•■;7.6 


99.6 


7.2 


10.0 


20.0 




Sveragd 


103.7 


96.1 


89 5 


100,0 


1.61.0 


US .6 


67.5 


16 .,0 


16.4 




V-C Me'Chant Vess-ls Competed During Month (gross tos) n/ 




JAN 


8.629 


6.5^6 


.214 


7. ,3 


20.779 


5>9,413 


2.913 


15.944 


4,1 9 


3. 03 


FEB 


7.578 


19,374 


2 .7^7 


3.323 


4.241 


iJ5.622 


a,7oa 


9,338 


2.976 


4,4R3 


MAR 


33,016 


41,869 


12.9 


11,128 


2 .840 


17.443 


41,991 


41.213 


5.314 


ii^iSiQj 


APR 


22.874 


42.75ii 


9.88: 


20.668 


lo.930 


13.766 


17.532 


2.885 


12.904 


12. -40 


MAY 


16.377 


40.030 


1 .4r:. 


9. 75 


45.570i34.527 


26.2fe0 


9.474 


11.958 


2^. 26 


JUN 


22.819 


56.075 


10,71-^ 


•7.6 6 


29.806 


£2.647 


10.782 


2. 94 


•'.535 


5. 28 


UL 


14.009 


25.184 


2r -■ 


21.585 


45,06'^ 


30.471 


28.338 


5. £64 


10.970 


4. 30 


AUG 


19,423 


24,352 


12.5 7 


'.^-,?P8 


75.030 


11.554 


2.697 


5.673 


5,156 


4, 505 


SEP 


11.317 


31,510 


27.8^:3 


28,325 


32.0P3 


27.906 


10.273 


2.787 


49.975 




OCT 


12.414 


9,290 


•.148 


8.62C 


51. 67 


4.2 1 


22.795 


5.148 


2.441 




NOV 


23.237 


26.657 


4.913 


■;4.S47 


53.5:1 


23.229 


39.179 


5.930 


2.370 




DEC 


36,376 


35ffl67 


3.88U 


13.692 


25. 71 


23.055 


7.698 


8.363 


2.430 





Azax&eal 


19.006 


29 .946 


13.661 


^,3^9 


36.461 


21.991 


17.847 


9,568 


r,849 


a/ ftxre u -f Navigation (tak n from Survey of Current Business). 
i/ V-A divided by 1929 ave 'ge (250,000 gross tons). 





DIV SION OF REVIEW, NRA 

Industry Statistics Unit, JK:rb 
8926 



o_gR>;^4 



-9- 



TABU TI 

SHIP AM) BOAT BUILDING ASD HEPAISING INBUS!ERIES 
Establishments, Wage Earners. Tages, Cost of Uaterlals, Value of Frodocts, 
Value Added, and Horsepower, by Census Tears, 1899 to 1933 



-r 



Tear 



Uxmiber of 
Establlshnents 



Wage Earners 
(ATerage for Year) 



Wages 
(Thousands of Dollars) 



Cost of Materials^ 
(Thousands of Dollars) 



Value of Products 
(Thousands of Dollars) 



Value Added by 




Uanufacture 


Horsepoirer 


(Thousands of Dollars) 


(In Thousands) 


»*^1.057 


61 


45,306 


78 


42.146 


88 


50,085 


115 


§1:S 


1J 


128,675 


318 


110,883 


314 


132.501 


l»)5.451 
114.671 


3^ 


6I,52»» 


y 



189? 

1904 

1909 

1914 
1919 
1921 
1923 
1925 
1927 
1929 
1931 
1933 



1.107 
1.097 
1.353 

1.147 

1.075 
640 

567 
565 

Wl 

518 
395 



^.7^7 


24,825 


40)506 


29,24l 


25.268 


44,489 


32.931 


387.'*^ 


597.^*7 


106,445 


155.9^+3 


62,287 


90,720 


50.224 


7K215 


55.014 


87,081 


55.089 
45.262 


88,274 


62,028 


30.885 


33.890 



33.1+75 


71*, 532 


37.463 
31,214 


82,769 


73.360 


38.597 


88,682 


710,523 


1,622,361 


169,368 
84,558 


400.834 


213.232 


66.299 


177.182 


78,626 


211,127 


85.849 


231.300 


72,322 


186,993 


31.172 


92,696 



Source: Oangua of Manufacturaa. iq2q. Vol. II, p. 1232, Selease for 1931, p- IO56 and Eelease for 1933. P-H- »»*» so-e for Census classification "Ship and Boat 
BoildlBg « Biejr do not Include establlslments with annual production valued at less than $5,000 in 192I and subsequent Census years, for prior Census 
years data do not include establleliments with annual production valued at less than $500. 

gj Includes cost of materials, fuel, and purchased electric energy. 

t/ lot available. 

Prepared biy 

Industry Statistics ttalt. 
Statistics Section, 
Sivlslon of Bevlew. HEi. 
October l4, 1935 



8926 



-10- 



TASU ni-A 



SHIP JlSD BOiX BUILDING AND SEPAIRIMS IBTOSXRISS 
£8tal>llslBia&t8, ira«« Eamore, Wages, Cost of Uaterlala, Talue of ProdMcts, and TalxM 
Add«d "by Uairafactare, %7 Stataa, I929 



State 



Per Oent 
Bnnfeer of Sotal 



Wa^« Th^mar.^ 



Wa^ea 



Bomber 



Per Cant 
of !Iotal 



Shoxisands 
of Dollars 



Per Cemt 
of ftttal 



CoBt of llatcrl.^1 ,&/ 
Shoxisands Per Oent 
of Dollars of lotal 



Talue of Produatn 



OionsandB 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Value Added Iqr 



Chousands 
of Dollars 



Par Cent 
of fotal 



Q. S. total 

OalifexnU 

Oonneetieat 

Delaware 

norida 

IiOolslaBa 

Maine 
Marjrland 
Hassaelmsetta 
HlcMgaa 
Sew Jersey 

Hew Tbrk 
Shlo 

Pennaylrania 
Hhode Island 
Zezas 

Tirglnia 

Washington 

Wisconsin 

Other statasV 



6zk 100. G 



55,089 100.0 



60 

25 

9 

30. 
12 

z^ 



98 
21 

17 
9 
9 

22 
53 

19 



9.6 
k.o 

l.k 

U.8 
1.9 

3.9 

U 

6.6 

15.7 
3.»» 
2.7 
1.4 
l.U 

3.5 
8.5 

3.1 



ni/ 13.0 



H.178 

846 

1.2^9 

1,277 

1.13»^ 
2,312 

3.635 

1,803 

7,551 

10,811 
2,105 

3.356 
577 
579 

6.760 
1.464 
1.297 

3.425 



7.6 

1.5 
2.2 

1-3 
2-3 

2.1 

4.2 

6.6 

3.3 

13-7 

19.6 
3.8 
6.1 
1.0 

1.1 
12.3 

2.4 

6.2 



88,274 
7.8O5 

IM 

933 
2,107 

1.368 
3,381 
6,500 
3.019 
12.384 

19,533 

3,186 

5.287 

882 

886 

9.260 
2,402 
1,881 



100.0 

8.9 

1-5 
1.8 
1.1 

2.4 

1.6 
3.8 
7.4 

i4.o 

22.1 

3.6 
6.0 

1.0 
1.0 

10.5 

2.7 

2.1 
5.1 



85,849 



100.0 



8.016 


9.3 


1,294 


1.5 


3.024 


3.5 


962 


1.1 


1,148 


1.3 


2,434 


2.8 


2.711 


32 


4,661 


n 


9,^6 


11.0 


13,808 


16.1 


3,694 


»*.3 


5,409 


6.3 


2,547 


3.0 


611 


.7 


11,182 


13.0 


2.010 


2.4 


3.335 


3.9 



4.013 



4.7 



231.300 
20,665 

3.653 
6,909 

2,917 
4.176 

4,421 

8,310 

16.450 

10.924 

29,6a 

46.480 

8,855 

13.488 

3.781 

2,308 

25,293 
5.475 

6,618 
10,956 



100.0 

1.8 

1-9 
3.6 
7.1 
4.7 
12.8 



20. 
3. 

5. 
1. 

1, 

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2. 
2. 



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145.451 

12,649 

2,359 
3,885 

1,955 
3.028 

1.987 
5.600 

10,865 
6,263 

20,215 

32,672 
5,161 
8,07? 
1,234 
1.697 

14,111 
3,465 
3,282 

6.944 



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1-3 
2.1 



1 
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I 

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3.5 

5-5 

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1.2 

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2.4 
2-3 

4.8 



Sevreet Oeasns of nyrnn-fartai reg. iq2q . TolTsoe II, p. 1233. Data are for Census classification "Ship and Boat Building.* Ihey do not include establishments with 
animal prodnction valued at less than $5,000. 



t 



Includes cost of materials, fuel, and porcbased electrical energy. 

ilabeaiA. S; District of Columbia. 1; Georgia, 3; Idaho, 1; Illinois, 12; Indiana, 7; Iowa, 3; Bsntucliy, 35 Uinnesota. 11; Mississippi. 5: Missouri, 2; 

Horth Carolina, 2; Oregon, 13; South Carolina, 1; Tennessee, 2; Teimont. 1; West Virginia, 6. 

Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Ubit, 
Statistics Section, 
DlTislon of Eeview, MA. 
October 9, 1935 



8926 



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TABLS TII-B 



SHIP MD BOAT BUILDING AHD EEPAIR1NG IHDUSISIES 

Establisbments, tfage Earners, Wages, Cost of Materials. Value of Products, and Value 

Added ty Manufacture, ty States, I93I 





Establishments 

Per Cent 
Camber of lotal 


Ksme Earners 

Per Cent 
Hcunber of (Dotal 


Wa^aa 




Coat of MAtfirialaS/ 


Value of Products 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 


Value Added by 


State I 


Thousands 
of Dollars 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Thousands 
of Dollars 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Thousands 
of Dollars 


Per Cent 
of Total 


U. S. lotal 


518 


100.0 


1*5.262 


100.0 


62.028 


100.0 


72,322 


100 


186,993 


100.0 


114,671 


100.0 


California 
Cof ■• ectlcut 
Delaware 
Louisiana 
Maine 


H7 

20 

S 

7 
18 


9-1 
3-9 

1:1 

3-5 


2.938 

653 

1.165 

1.168 


1.0 

2.6 
2.6 


4,188 
761 
550 

1.383 
1.313 


6.8 
1.2 

•9 
2.2 
2.1 


3.612 
716 

973 
892 

1.966 


5.0 
1.0 
1.4 
1.2 
2.7 


12.085 
2.074 
1.899 
3.039 
3,685 


6.5 

1.1 

l.D 

1.6 
2.0 


8.473 

1.358 

926 

2,146 
1 719 


7-4 

1.2 
.8 

1.9 

15 


Maryland 
Massacinisetts 
Uichi,%aa 
Hew Jersey 
Hew York 


27 
35 

IS 

37 
89 


6.7 

3-5 

7.1 

17.2 


l.tel 
926 

8,U99 
7 178 


33 
10.7 

2.0 
18.8 
15 9 


2,167 

7.670 

1.290 

11,021 

ll,4l6 


12.4 

2.1 

17.8 

1S.4 


2.797 
12.971 

1.809 
14.750 

8,105 


3-9 
17.9 

20^4 
11.2 


6, SIS 
27.711 

4.655 
31.311 
31.689 


1.6 
14.8 

2.5 
16.8 
16.9 


4,0a 
14.741 

2,846 
16 562 
23 583 


3.5 
12.9 

14^4 
20.6 


nhio 

Pennsylvania 

Washington 

Wisconsin 


16 

16 
'+3 
15 


3.1 
31 

8 3 

2.9 


1.083 

3 123 

780 
631 


2 4 
6.9 

1-7 

1.4 


1.541 

3.926 

1.208 

734 


f-5 
6.3 

1.9 

1.2 


1.144 

• 6.457 

1.182 

707 


1.6 

1.6 
1.0 


3.324 

13.731 
2,944 
1.964 


l.S 

7.3 

1.6 
1.1 


2,180 
7.273 

1,763 
1,257 


J-5 
6.3 

1-5 
1.1 


Other states^ 


122^ 


23-5 


10,334 


22.8 


12,860 


20.7 


14.241 


19 7 


40,064 


21 4 


25.823 


22.5 


Source: Census of Manufactures. 19^1. v 
production valued at less than $5 


056 Data are for 
1,000. 


Census classification "Ship and Boat Building. " They do not Include 


estahllshments with animal 




a/ Includes - 
t/ Ala'bama, 5; 
Horth Caro: 


st of materials fu 1, an'' purchased electrical energy. 

; ITorlda, 2J; Oeorgla 2- Idaho, 1; Illinois, 10; Indiana, 6; Iowa, 1; Kansas, 1; Kentucky, 3; Minnesota, 9; Mississippi, 4; 
lina, 2, Oregon, 9j Ebode Island, 9; South Carolina, 1; TeJtas, 8; Vermont, 1; Virginia, 22; West Virginia, k. 


Missouri. 1: 




Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Divis:von of Beview, NBA. 
Octoher 9, 1935 























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TABLE VII-C 



SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND HEPAIHINO INDUSTMES 

Establishments, Wage Earners, Wages, Cost of Materials, Value of Products, and Value 

Added by Manufacture, by States, 1933 



State 



Establishments 
Per Cent 
Homber of !Iotal 



Wafiga 



Bufflber 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Thousands 
of Dollars 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Cost of MaterlaleS/ 
Thousands Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 





Value Add< 
MmTtfa/sttf 
Thousands 
of Dollars 


)d by 
•e 


Thousands 
of Dollars 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Per Cent 
of Total 


92.696 


100.0 


61,524 


100.0 


7.717 
2,227 
1,841 
4.23s 
1,600 


2.0 
4.6 
1.7 


5.448 
1,507 

1,235 
2,885 
1,008 


1:5 

2.1 

'*.7 
1.6 


15,424 

16,926 

1,847 

5,060 

2,458 


16.7 

IS. 3 

2.0 

2.6 


10.220 

12,273 

1,246 

2,8a 

1.557 


16.6 

20.0 

2.0 

4.6 

2.5 



n. S. Total 

California 

Connecticut 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Michigan 

Hew Jersey 
Hew York 
Ohio 

Pennsylvania 
fashington 

Other states 1/ 



395 



100.0 



39 


9-9 


15 


3.8 


9 


2.3 


19 


4.8 


14 


3-6 


35 


8.9 


7b 


19.2 


JJ 


3.3 


3.5 


25 


6.3 


.36k/ 


34.4 



30,885 100.0 



2,240 
578 

1.5^3 
351 

5.»*37 

5.566 

536 

2j':2 

779 

10,780 



7.3 
1.9 

3-1 
5.0 

1.1 
17.6 

18. 
1.7 

6.9 
2.5 

34.9 



33.890 

2.635 
78S 

799 

1,681 
432 

6,146 
6.700 

2,^9 
1.067 

10.59»* 



100.0 

7.8 
2.3 
2.3 
5.0 

1.3 

18.1 

19.8 

1.8 

7.2 

3-1 

31-3 



31.172 



100.0 



2.268 


7.3 


719 


2.3 


556 


1.8 


1.353 


4.3 


592 


1.9 


5.204 
Ji.653 


16.7 


l4.9 


601 


1.9 


2.239 


7.2 


901 


2.9 



12,086 



38.8 



33.358 



36.0 



21,274 



34.6 



Source: Cenaua of Mam^-f«^ture8. IQ'^^. State Seleases. Data are for Census classification "Ship and Boat Building. " They do not include establishments with anmial 
production valued at less than $5,000. 



%l Includes cost of materials, fuel and purchased ?lectriceLL energy. 

b/ Florida, 17; Illinois, 9; Indiana, 4; Minnesota, 7. Oregon, 6; Bhode Island, 6; not separately shown 87- 

Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Beview, BEA. 
October 9, 1935 



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TAP.LE VIII 

SHIP BUILDING AIjD SHIP EEPAIRIICr IIOUSTSY 
N-umber of Plants, by States, 
1933 and 1934 



Total 

Alabana 

California 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

PI or i 6.0, 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiajia 

Iowa 

LouisiaJia 

Maine 

Marylojid 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Mississippi 

Missotu-i 

New Jerse;;- 

New Yorli 

North Cr.rolin.- 

Ohio 

Oregon 

PennsylvanJ :: 

Hhode Island 

South Carolin, 

Tennessee 

Texp.s 

Virginia 

Washington 

West "'^ rg.Vni:-, 

Wiser /loin 



Total 



595 



Nujnher of Plants 



Shi~o?'ards 



Shore Sho'os 



251 



344 



16 


7 


9 


37 


15 


22 


4 


2 


2 


3 


3 




49 


17 


32 


5 


4 


1 


11 


5 


6 


2 


2 




1 


1 




16 


7 


9 


11 


6 


5 


25 


18 


7 


39 


18 


21 


5 


4 


1 


1 


1 




1 


1 




31 


17 


14 


150 


33 


117 


5 




1 


17 


5 


12 


15 


4 


11 


17 


9 


3 


4 


2 


2 


3 


2 


1 


1 


1 




28 


11 


17 


20 


12 


8 


67 


34 


33 


2 


1 


1 


3 


A 


4 



So-orce: Special Tabulation by National Council of Arnerican Shipbuilders. 

Pre^oo.red by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section 
Division of Reviev.', IIRA 
October 22, 1S35. 



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SHIP ASH BOiS BUILDING MW SEPAIBISG INCUSTEIES 
SstabllelmentB, Wage Damere, Wagee, Cost of iteterlals, aad ValTie of ProdiictB. 
ClasGified by Size of City, 1933 





EstabliBimente 

Per Cent 


Wpse Earners 


Waees 




Cost of 
Thousands 


Per Cent 


MSi-VS 9f frorinctn 


Population 




Per Cent 


Tiiousands 


Per Cent 


Thousands 


Per Cent 


of City 


dumber 


of Total 


H-ufflber 


Of Total 


of Bollara 


of Total 


of Dollars 


of Total 


of Dollars 


of Total 


Total 


395 


100 jO 


30.885 


100.0 


33.890 


100.0 


31.172 


100.0 


92.696 


100.0 


Less than 2,500 


67 


17.0 


1,282 


k.Z 


1,208 


3.6 


1,894 


6.1 


»t,l42 


^^5 


2,500- 4 999 


25 


6.3 


808 


2.6 


9^*6 


2.8 


957 


3.1 


2.563 


2.8 


5.000 - 9,999 


26 


6.6 


878 


2.8 


.1^8 


2.5 


1,388 
1,418 


4.5 


2.888 


3.1 


10,000 - 24 999 


hi 


10.)t 


1,086 


3.5 


1,158 


3.»» 


»*.5 


3.602 


3.9 


25,000 - 99 999 


58 


14,7 


11.765 


3S.1 


12,176 


35.9 


ll.fal+l 


37.3 


33.888 


36.6 


100,000 - 1*99,999 


ik 


21.3 


6.593 


21.3 


7,510 


22.2 


6.775 


a.7 


19.787 


21.3 


500,000 and over 


3k 


23.7 


8.U73 


27.5 


10,0»4lt 


29.6 • 


7.099 


22.8 


25, 826 


27.8 



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They do not Include establishments with anntial production valued at less than $5,000. 



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Includes cost of materials, foaL, and purchased electi ic energy. 



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SABU ZXI-B 

SHIP ASD BOAT BTILDnrO iSS SEPAIBIBO IHTOSZRIXS 
SstabliibaoatB, Shge burners, Vages, Cost of iiaterlalB, and Tains of Prodnfitt. 
Classified by Baoiber of Va^s Samora per Sstablisbawfit, I93I 



Soiber of Witga 


P«<r Cent 


Per Cent 


T&ees 


1 


Thousands Per Cent 


Thousands 


afniRts 


SBmers per 


Tbousands 


Per Cent 


Per Osat 


Irtflhlli^'rrBi 


Rff^w 


of Total 


IFtmber 


of Total 




of Total 




of Total 


of Dollars 




Total 


518 


100.0 


U5,a62 


100.0 


62,028 


100.0 


72.322 


100.0 


186.993 


100.0 


Hone 


1 


.2 




. 






f^ 


y 


y 


y 


I- 5 


152 


29 3 


>lU8 


1.0 


2^ 


1.0 


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1.731 


.9 


6 ' ao 


156 


30.1 


l.78»» 


3'5 


3.9 


?'296 


3*2 


6.256 


3.3 


21 - 50 


t 


18.2 


3.070 


6.8 


>*.679 


7.5 


U.63«» 


6.k 


i2,ai»7 


6.5 
7.6 


51 - 100 


8.9 


3.276 


7-? 


>».683 


7.6 


5.251 


7.3 


i»».i99 


101 - 250 


35 


6.8 


5.690 


126 


8.299 


13.3 


7.092 


9.8 


20.301 


10.9 


251- 500 


18 


3.5 


6.332 


lU.o 


7.602 


12.3 


8.671 


12.0 


2>».6)|« 


i;.2 


301 - 1.000 


10 


1.9 


t:S 


1U.6 


8.259 


13.3 


6.332 


8.7 
12.6 


25.119 


13.U 


1.001 - 2,500 


3 


:5 


10.7 


7.575 


12.2 


9115 


a. 611 


U.6 


2,501 - 5.000 


2 


13.223 


29.2 


17.9»»7 


28.9 


28,295 


39.1 


60.883 


32.6 


5,001 - ;o.ooo 


1 


.2 


i/ 


y 


S/ 


*/ 


y 


i/ 


y 


V 


Sooreot Boresa of 


the Censns, Speoial Tabtilation for BBA on Setablislnsnts Classified by Bnmber of fage Bamere. Data are 


for Oensos classification 




■Ship sad Boat Bnildia«.* 


Tbey do not include establislinents vitb annual prodnotion 


Talusd at less 


tban $5,000. 










1 foel, and 


pnrcbased electric energy. 










• 




^ Inelnded in olass limediately above or below to arotd 


divulging Information on one establishaent. 











Prepared by 

Indastzy Statistics Ibit, 
Statistics Section, 
DlTlsion of Berifl*. HBA 
October 23. 1935 



8926 



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'£ASLS XII-0 



SHIP MD iOaS BOILI)IN& MS SSPUSXm IimJSTBIZS 
ZstablleliBentB, Tage Earners, Wagea, Talxts of FrodTiets, and Valtte Added, 
Classified \>7 Ztuabex of Tage Xamers per Sstablislments, 1933 



Fonber of Wage 


Jatabli 

395 
109 


Per Cent 
of Total 




Wafee 




TalTie Added by 


Xamers per 


number 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Thousands 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Thousands 


Per Cent 


Thousands 


Per Cent 


Total 

1- 5 

6 - 20 

21 - 50 

51-100 

101 scad orer 


100.0 

27.6 
3'».2 

16.U 

8.1 

13.7 


30.885 

356 

1.563 

2.08* 

2.256 

2)^.626 


100.0 

1.2 

6.7 

7.3 

79.7 


33,890 

383 

1,595 

2.350 

2,33»» 

27.228 


100.0 
1.1 
6.9 


92.696 

1.338 

y^ 
6.59»* 

6,177 

7»*,153 


100.0 
80.0 


6l,52»t 
833 

3.859 
»^9.665 


loo.e 
J-" 
6.3 

80.7 



Sooreax Buresa of the Census, Special Tabu^tlon for DBA on Slse of Xstabllshoients. 
include eetabllshnents with annual p roduct ion valued at less than $5,000. 



Data are for Census classification "Ship and Boat Building. ■ Sbey do not 



Prepared hy 

Industry Statistics TAiit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Beview, HBA. 
October 15, 1935 



8926 



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TjffiUE XIII 



SHIP AMD BOAT BUILDING AND HEPAIEING INDUSIHIES 
Zstabllshments Wage Sar a, Wage^, Coat of Uaterlals and Valius of Frodtuits, Classtfiad by 
Nisnber of Wage Eamera, and .y Slse of City, 1933 



Number of Wage I^riers 
per Zetabllslunent by 
Popttlftlon of Cltlep 



Betabllsbaenta 
Per Cent 
Humber of Total 



Wage Eamere 



NTimber 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Wagea 



Tbousanda Per Cent 
of Dollars of Total 



Coat of UaterlAl.a/ 
Thouaanda Per Cent 
of Dollara of Total 



Talua of Proftocta 



Thoiisanda 
of Dollara 



Per Cent 



All Satabllsbmenta! Total 
Cities leea tbaa 10,000 

Total 

- 3 Wage Earners 

6 - 20 " • 
21 - 100 » " 
Orer 100 " " 

Cities 10,000 - 99.999 

Total 

- 5 Wage Xarners 

6 - 20 ■ " 
21 - 100 " " 
Orer 100 ■ " 

Cities 100,000 - U99 999 

Total 

- 5 Wage Earners 

6 - 20 • ■ 
21 - 100 ■ ■ 
Orer 100 • ■ 

Cities 500,000 and over 

Total 

- 5 Wage Earners 

6 - 20 ■ " 
21 - 100 » • 
Orer 100 • ■ 



395 



100.0 



30,S85 100.0 



.IS 


29.9 


kl 


11.9 


ks 


12.2 


12 


3.0 


11 


2.8 


99 


25.1 


27 


6.8 


37 


9.^ 


8 


2.0 


27 


6.9 


ek 


21.3 


^ 


6.1 


a 


5.3 


19 


4.8 


20 


5.1 


9U 


23.7 


11 


2.8 


29 


7.3 


26 


6.6 


28 


7.0 



2,968 


9.6 


152 


.5 


558 


1.8 


339 


1.1 


1.919 


6.2 


12.851 


1+1.6 


95 


.3 


385 


1.2 


269 


•9 


12,102 


39.2 


6.593 


21.4 


82 


.3 


259 


.8 


619 


2.0 


5.633 


18.3 


8.»»73 


27.4 


29 


.1 


361 


1.2 


857 


2.8 




23.3 



33.890 



3.001 
163 

534 

336 

1,968 



13.334 

97 

375 

243 

12.619 



100.0 



8.9 
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1.6 
1.0 

5.8 



39.3 

.3 

1.1 

.7 

37.2 



31.172 



4.23; 



23? 
194 



583 

351 
3.111 



13.059 
136 
323 
270 

12,330 



7.511 


22.2 


6.775 


89 


.3 


127 


241 


.7 


214 


720 


2.1 


977 

5M1 


6.461 


19.1 


10.044 
445 


29.6 
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1.3 


352 


1,052 


3.1 


792 


8.513 


25.1 


5.906 



100.0 



13.6 

.6 

1.9 

1.1 

10.1 



1.0 

.9 

39.6 



.7 

3.1 

17.5 



22.8 

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1.1 

2.6 

I8.9 



92,696 



Sonree: 



8926 



Boresa f the Ceneas, Special Tabnlat n f-r NBA on Setabllatoenta Classified by Huaber of Wage Earners and by Si«e of City. Data are for Census 
classification "SMp and Boat Building.* They do not Include e tabllshments with annual production ralued at leas than 15.000. 

Includes coat of materials, fuel, and purchased electric energy. 

Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit. 
Statistics Section, 
SiTlsinn of Review, KRA 
October 23. 1935 



100.0 



9.593 


10.4 


537 


.6 


1.5% 


1.7 


1.039 


1.1 


6.468 


7.0 


37.490 


40.4 


389 


.4 


1.053 


1.1 


757 


.8 


35.291 


38.1 


19.787 


21.3 


284 


.3 


672 


.7 


2.118 


2.3 


16,713 


18.0 


25.fi6 


27-9 


128 


.1 


1.159 


1.3 


2.680 


2.9 


a. 859 


23.6 



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TA3L3 XIV 



SHIP MD BOAT BUILDIKG AND REPAIRING IIIDUSTRIES 

NtunTDer of Yards, "by Wage Earners, 

1929 and 1933 



Niim'ber of 
Em-ployees 



JJumber 



1929 



Per Cent 



IJujn'ber 



1933 



Per Cent 



Total 



342 



.100.0 



572 



100.0 



. ■; 


1 


25 


7.3 


53 


14.2 






2 


24 


7.0 


44 


11.8 




3 ■— 


9 


97 


28.3 


124 


33.3 




10 -- 


19 


50 


14,6 


50 


13.4 




20 " 


29 


19 


5.6 


30 


8.1 




30 - 


39 


23 


6.7 


15 


4.0 




40 - 


49 


16 


4.7 


8 


2.1 




50 - 


59 


14 


4.1 


7 


1.9 




60 - 


69 


8 


2.3 


3 


.8 




70 - 


79 


5 


1.5 


4 


1.1 




80 - 


89 


5 


1.5 


3 


.8 




90 - 


99 


2 


.6 


4 


1.1 




100 - 


149 


14 


4.1 


10 


2.7 




150 - 


199 


7 


2.0 





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200 - 


249 


7 


2.0 


4 


1.1 




250 - 


299 


4 


1.2 


3 


.8 




300 - 


399 


6 


1.8 


2 


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400 - 


499 


1 


.3 


1 


.3 




500 - 


699 


8 


2.3 


1 


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700 - 


999 


3 


.9 


4 


1.1 




1,000 - 


1,499 


1 


.3 


1 


n 




1,500 - 


1,399 


2 


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1 


.3 




2,000 - 


and over 


1 


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Source: 


ilational 


Recovery 


Administration 


Questionnaires , 


July 1954, 


taou- 



lated by the Bureau of Census. 



Prepared "b'" 

Industry Stauistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Ilevie\7, ilEA. 
October 22, 1935. 



8926 



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TABLE XVI 

SHIP AM) BOAT BUILDING AiTO ?j:PAIRIWG lEDUS TRIES 

Ninnter of Yards, "by Minim-urn Hoiirly Wage Rate, 

1939 and 1933 



Minimujn Hourly Wage 
(in Cents) 



1929 



iJimiber Per Cent 



1933 



W-umter Per Cent 



Total 



272 



100.0 



316 



100,0 



Under 25 
25 to 29.9 
30 to 34.9 
35 to 39.9 
40 to 44,9 
45 to 49,9 
50 to 54.9 
55 to 59.9 
60 to 64.9 
65 to 69.9 
70 to 74.9 
75 to 79.9 
80 to 84.9 
85 to 89.9 
90 a,nd over 



2 


.7 


10 


3.7 


15 


5.5 


23 


8.5 


41 


15,0 


33 


12.2 


70 


25.7 


7 


2.6 


24 


8.8 


3 


1.1 


5 


1.9 


12 


4.4 


12 


2.2 


7 


4.8 


8 


2.9 



4 


1.3 


5 


1.5 


22 


7.0 


46 


14.6 


52 


16.4 


58 


18.4 


62 


19.6 


14 


4.4 


18 


5,7 


9 


2.9 


2 


.6 


9 


2.9 


7 


2.2 


2 


.6 


6 


1.9 



Source: National Recovery Administration Questionnaires, July 1934, 
tabulated by Bureau of Census. 



prepared "by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, NEA. 
October 2, 1935 



8926 



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TABLE rVII 

SHIP MTD BOAT BUILDING AND HEPAIRINC- INDUSTRIES 
Num"ber of Yatds, ty Hiniinum Weekly Earnings 
of Office Employees, 1929 and 1933 



Minim-um 

Weekly Earnings 
(in Dollars) 



FomlDer 



1929 



Per Cent 



1933 



Numter 



Per Cent 



Total 



200 



100.0 



231 



100,0 



Le! 


3S 1 


;han 5 




5. 


.00 


to 


9, 


,99 


10 


.00 


to. 


]2, 


,49 


12, 


.50 


to 


14, 


,99 


15. 


.00 


to 


17. 


,49 


17, 


.50 


to 


19. 


,99 


20, 


.00 


to 


24, 


.99 


25, 


.00 


to 


29, 


.99 


30, 


.00 


to 


34, 


.99 


35, 


fOO 


to 


39, 


,99 


40, 


.00 


to 


44, 


.99 


45, 


,00 


and over 



7 

11 
3 
50 
12 
44 
38 
17 
13 
7 
18 



3.5 

5,5 

1,5 

15,0 

5.0 

22.0 

19.0 

8,5 

6.5 

3.5 

9,0 



2 


.9 


6 


2.6 


20 


8,5 


12 


5.2 


45 


19.5 


17 


7.4 


4D 


17.3 


35 


15.1 


17 


7.4 


16 


6,9 


10 


4.3 


11 


4.8 



Source: National Recovery Administration Qiaestionnaires, July 1934, 
tatuiated by Biireau of Census. 



Prepared lay 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, NRA. 



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TiffiLE XIX 

SHIP BUILDING MB SHIP EEPAIRIKG IImDUSTRY 
Members of the Industry, Classified as to 
Trade Association Membership, 1934 



Total Subject to Code provisions 595 a/ 

Non-Members of Trade Associations b/ 

Members of the National Council of 

American Shir) Builders 27 c/ 



Sources; As indicated in footnotes. 

a/ Ship Building and Ship Repairing Code Authority. 
Figure includes 344 Shore Shops. 

b/ Not available. 

c/ National Council of American Ship Builders, Annual Report, April, 
1934. Comolnta raenbershirj data on other Associations are not 
available but. it wae. indicated in a letter of Application submitting 
a rc-vi-ed cede, July 10, 1933 (see Code Record files, "Ship Build- 
ing ana ,7liip p:^-;? :.vlng. " Vol, A) that the New York and Ne\Y Jersey 
Pr/ i''J''-''' Asi:,iel.'. ' L.-^n included 14 firms and the Pacific Coast Dry 
Djc.-:. Ar.t.cciai;ion included 5 firms at that date. 



Prepared by 

Industry S'catistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Revie^7, NRA. 
October 23, 1935. 



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TABLE XX 

SOAT BUILDING Aim BOAT PJEPAIRIKG IatdUSTRY 
Members of the Industry, Classified as to 
Trade Association MerabershiiD , 1933 



Total Subject to Code Provisions 2,340 a/ 

Kon-Members of Trade Association . 800 b/ 

Members of national Association of 

Boat Builders and Eepairers 1,200 b/ 



Source: As indicated in footnotes, 

a/ Cods Authority list of members. 

b/ Estimate by the Code Application Committee as reported in the Code 
Ap;olications. The following are affiliated or cooperating associa- 
tions: 

New England Association of Boat Builders and Senairers; Maine, 

Massachusetts and Rhode Island, 
Boat Builders and Repairers Association; Connecticut, 
Boat Builders and Repairers Association; New York Yacht Yards, 
Association Philadelphia District Boat Builders and Re2oairers. 
Boat Buildors and Repairers of Northern and Central California, 
Northwest Boating Industry. 
Detroit Boat Builders Association, 

Central Florida, East Coast Boat Repairs Association, 
Storage and Reiaair Yards of Lower East Coast Florida. 



Prepared by 

Industry Statistics Unit, 
Statistics Section, 
Division of Review, NRA. 
October 23, 1835, 



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