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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

CHARLES SAWYER, Secretary 
^5' BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

ROY V. PEEL, Director (Appointed March 9, 1950) 
J. C. CAPT. Director (Retired August 17, 1949) 



UNITED STATES CENSUS OF 

BUSINESS 
1948 



Volume VI 

SERVICE TRADE— GENERAL STATISTICS 

Statistics on Receipts Size, Employee Size, 
City Size, Legal Form, and Other Subjects 



Prepared by the Business Division 
under the supervision of. 

WILLIAM C. TRUPPNER (to Jan. 2, 1951) 
HARVEY KAILIN (beginning Jan. 2, 1951) 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1952 



For eaie by the Saperintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. - Price $4.25 (Buckram) 

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BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



U. S. SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS 

JUN 6 1952 




ROY V. PEEL, Director (Appointed March 9, 1950) 
J. C. CAPT, Director (Retired August 17, 1949) 



A. Ross EcKLER, Deputy Director 

Howard C. Grieves, Assistant Director 

Conrad Taeuber, Assistant Director 

Morris H. Hansen, Assistant Director for Statistical Standards 

Robert Y. Phillips, Executive Assistant to the Director 

Calvert L. Dedrick, Coordinator, International Statistics 

Frank R. Wilson, Information Assistant to the Director 

Business Division — W. C. Truppner, Ci«/(to Jan. 2, 1951) 

Harvey Kailin, Actini Cto/ (beginning Jan. 2, 1951) 
M. D. BiNOHAM, Assistant Chiif for Processing and Manaicmint 
Serrice Trade Section— R. C. Janoschka, Chief 
Retail Trade Section — E. J. Engquist, Jr., Chief 
Wholesale Trade Section^oHN Albright, Chief 
Statistical Methods Section — Max A. Bershad, Chief 

Administrative Services Division — Walter L. Kehres, Chief 
Agriculture Division — Ray Hurley, Chief 
Budget OflScer — Charles H. Alexander 
Field Division — Lowell T. Galt, Chief 
Foreign Trade Division— J. Edward Ely, Chief 
Geography Division — Clarence E. Batschelet, Chief 
Governments Division — Allen D. Manvel, Chief 
Industry Division — Maxwell R. Conklin, Chief 
Machine Tabulation Division — C. F. Van Aken, Chief 
Personnel Division — Helen D. Almon, Chief 
Population Division — Howard G. Brunsman, Chief 



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SUGGESTED IDENTIFICATION 

U. S. Census of Business: mS. Vol. VI; Service 
vcrnment Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 


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-General Statistics. 



This volume replaces the 1948 Census of Business Subject Bulletins, Series 2-S. 



IV 



PREFACE 

This is one of a series of seven volumes presenting final results of the 1948 Census of Business for Wliolesale, 
Retail, and Service Trades. Statistics for Service Trade are contained in two volumes — Volume VII, Ai-ea Statistics, 
and this volume. The Census, which was conducted by personal canvass of business establishments, was taken in 
accordance with the provisions of the act of June 19, 1948 (62 Stat. 478; 13 U. S. C. 121-123). This act provides for a 
Census of Business to cover the year 1948 and every fifth year thereafter. Previous business censuses covered the 
years 1929, 1933, 1935, and 1939."^ 

Important to the conduct of the 1948 Census of Business was the assistance of many private and public organiza- 
tions in the planning phase of the census and the excellent cooperation of some 3,000,000 business establishments in 
supplying the information required, as well as the work of the several thousand Census employees who participated in 
the field enumeration, editing, tabulation, and other census operations. 

The advice of trade associations, individual businessmen, research and marketing organizations, and Government 
agencies was invaluable in determining the feasibility of collecting various types of data and the methods for mini- 
mizing the burden of reporting, as well as in determining the types of information which would be of greatest value. 
Because of budgetary and other limitations, it was not possible to collect all of the data recommended by these groups. 
Timely publicity given to the Business Census by business organizations, trade papers, local newspapers, and radio 
stations aided greatly in informing businessmen of the nature and objectives of the census and facilitated the collec- 
tion of census reports. 

The primary responsibility for the 1948 Census of Business was centered in the Business Division of the Census 
Bureau. Other divisions of the Bm-eau, particularly the Field Division and the Machine Tabulation Division, also 
had important functions in the census. 

The Business Census was taken under the supervision of William C. Truppner, Chief of the Business Division. 
Harvey Kailin, Assistant Division Chief, Program Branch, was appointed Acting Chief January 2, 1951, to succeed Mr. 
Truppner who was detailed to the National Production Authority. Major contributions to the planning of the 1948 
Census of Business were made by William A. Ruff, Assistant Chief, who retu-ed January 1, 1948, and Earl D. Krickbaum, 
Chief of the Procedures and Processing Section imtil November 1, 1948. 

The following personnel in the Business Division had important responsibilities in the census : 

Max A. Bershad was Chief of the Statistical Methods Section. Henry Wulff, in charge of QuaUty Control, worked 
on field enumerating techniques, and office editmg and tabulating procedures. Aaron Sabghh-, in charge of Sampling 
Techniques, worked on the post-enumeration survey and measures of census coverage and accuracy. 

Ralph C. Janoschka was Chief of the Service Trade Section and Marguerite V. Schneeberger was Assistant Chief. 
Members of the Service Trade Section chiefly responsible for preparing text and handling technical problems in the 
processing of reports and tabulations were W. Richard Boyce, Samuel Schechter, Joseph Berg, and Florence Butt. 

Louis Greenberg was responsible for review of all text material and table forms, and assisted on publication problems. 

M. D. Bingham, Chief of the Procedures and Processing Section, was subsequently appointed Assistant Division 
Chief, Processmg and Management Branch. Louis Greenberg was Assistant Chief of the Procedures and Processing 
Section; Richard S. McCurdy, succeeded by R. M. Micoly in July 1949, and assisted by Jervis Braunstein, was in 
charge of the Directory Subsection, responsible for receiving report forms and the handling of special problems con- 
nected with multiunit firms. Katrina C. Morse, succeeded by Emerson Tubbs in July 1950, was Chief of the Service 
Trade Processing Subsection, and was in charge of editing, coding, and tabulating Service Trade reports. J. Stanley 
Werking participated in the design of forms and all problems of printing and preparation of material for publication. 

In the Field Division, Jack B. Robertson, assisted by Arthiir Cook, directed the field work for the Census of Business. 
Lancelot W. Armstrong, Machine Tabulation Division, assisted by Betty J. Shockey, was responsible for machine 
tabulation techniques and procedures; and Franklin L. Thatcher and Robert H. Brooks, Administrative Services 
Division, were responsible for the printing and publishing of the Census of Business. 



OTHER 1948 CENSUS OF BUSINESS VOLUMES* 



Volume I: RETAIL TRADE— GENERAL STATISTICS, PART 1 



chapter 

1. United States Summary. 

2. Sales Size. 

3. Single Units and Multiunits. 

4. E^ipluyee Size. 
it. City Size. 



Chapter 

6. Legal Form of Organization. 

7. Warehouses, Other Auxiliary Units. 

8. Miscellaneous. 

9. Territories (Alaska and Hawaii). 



Volume II: RETAIL TRADE— GENERAL STATISTICS, PART 2, AND MERCHANDISE LINE 

SALES STATISTICS 



Chapter 

10. Merchandise Inventories. 

11. Credit. 

12. Selected Types of Operation. 

13. Employment and Pay Roll. 

14. Trucks. 

I.'). Miscellaneous. 

16. Merchandise Line Sales — Food Group. 

17. Merchandise Line Sales — Eating and Drinking Places. 

18. Merchandise Line Sales — General Merchandise Group, Gen- 

eral Stores. 



Chapter 

19. Merchandise Line Sales — Apparel Group. 

20. Merchandise Line Sales — Furniture, Furnishings, Appliance 

Group. 

21. Merchandise Line Sales — Automotive Group and Gasoline 

Service Stations. 

22. Merchandise Line Sales — Lumber, Building, Hardware 

Group. 

23. Merchandise Line Sates — Drug and Proprietary Stores. 

24. Merchandise Line Sales — Miscellaneous Kinds of Business. 



Volume III: RETAIL TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 



United States Summary 
Area Statistics — Consists of 50 Chapters: One for each State, 



one for the District of Columbia, and one for Territories (Alaska 
and Hawaii). 



Volume IV: WHOLESALE TRADE— GENERAL STATISTICS AND COMMODITY LINE SALES 

STATISTICS 



Chapter 

1. United States Summary. 

2. Sales Size and Operating Expenses. 
:i. Credit. 

4. Sales by Class of Customer. 

5. Legal Form of Organization. 

6. Employee Size. 

7. Trucks. 



Chapter 

8. Miscellaneous General Statistics. 

9. Territories (Alaska and Hawaii). 

10. Commodity Line Sales — United States. 

11. Commodity Line Sales — Merchant Wholesalers. 

12. Commodity Line Sales — Manufacturers' Sales Branches. 

13. Commodity Line Sales — Assemblers. 

14. Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals. 



Volume V. WHOLESALE TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 



United States Summary 
Area Statistics — Consists of SO Chapters : One for each State, 



one for the IMstrict of Columbia, and one for Territories (Alaska 
and Hawaii). 



Volume VII. SERVICE TRADE— AREA STATISTICS 



United States Summary 
Area Statistics — Consists of 50 Chapters : One for each State, 



one for the District of Columbia, and one for Territories (Alaska 
and Hawaii). 



•See appendix F for list of tables Included In each chapter. 
VI 



GENERAL CONTENTS 



[Arabic page numbers in this report are keyed to chapter numbers by a decimal system. Thus, page 1.17 is page 17 in chapter 1 (United 
States Summary) ; page 4.26 is page 26 in chapter 4 (City Size). The first page of each chapter contains a detailed table of contents 
for that chapter] 

Page 
Introduction 1 

The Post Enumeration Survej' 5 

Summary of Findings 7 

List of Corrections 3l 

Chapter 1 United States Summary 1.01 

Chapter 2 Receipts Size 2. 01 

Chapter 3 Employee Size 3. 01 

Chapter 4 City Size 4. 01 

Chapter 5 Legal Form of Organization 5. 01 

Chapter 6 Trucks 6. 01 

Chapter 7 City Statistics 7. 01 

Chapter 8 Laundries, Cleaning and Dyeing Plants, and Related Services 8.01 

Chapter 9 Amusements 9. 01 

Chapter 10 Hotels 10. 01 

Chapter 11 Tourist Courts 11. 01 

Chapter 12 Automobile Repair Services and Garages 12. 01 

Chapter 1 3 Miscellaneous 13. 01 

Chapter 14 Territories (Alaska and Hawaii) 14. 01 

Appendixes 15. 01 

Appendix A The Census Act of June 19, 1948 ._ 15. 02 

Appendix B Kind-of-Business Classifications 15. 03 

Appendix C Comparison of Kind-of-Business Classifications: 1948 and 1939 15. 10 

Appendix D Explanation of Terms 15. 13 

Appendix E Report Forms 15. 16 

Appendix F Contents of 1948 Census of Business Volumes 15. 29 

List of Charts: 

Personal, Automobile, and Miscellaneous Repair Services — Increase in Per Capita Expenditures, by State, 1939 to 1948 10 

Personal, Business, and Repair Services — Percentage Distribution of Establishments and Receipts, by State, 1948 12 

Service Trade — Distribution, by City-Size Group, 1948 14 

Service Trade — Percentage Distribution of Establishments and Receipts, by Receipts Size, 1948 16 

Personal, Business, and Repair Services and Year-Round Hotels — Distribution, byEmployee Size, 1948 18 

List of Maps: 

Personal, Business, and Repair Services — Distribution, by State, of the Increase in Receipts From 1939 to 1948 8 

United States, by Geographic Division 25 

Standard Metropolitan Areas 28 

Standard Metropolitan Areas in the Northeastern Part of the United States 29 

Standard Metropolitan Areas (as defined by the Bureau of the Budget, June 5, 1950) -• 26 

VII 



INTRODUCTION 



Scope of the census and area covered. — The 1948 
Census of Business covers Retail, Wholesale, and Service 
Trades. Eetail and Wholesale Trades in the Business 
Census correspond with minor exceptions to these trade 
divisions as described in the Standard Industrial Classi- 
fication Manual, issued May 1949, under the sponsorship 
of the Bureau of the Budget, Executive Office of the 
President. The portion of the Services Division of the 
Standard Industrial Classification Manual covered by the 
census is indicated below in "Scope of Service Trade." 
All previous Business Censuses covered Retail and 
Wholesale Trades ; Service Trades were first enumerated 
in the 1933 Census. 

The 1948 Census of Business includes business estab- 
lishments located in continental United States and the 
Territories of Alaska and Hawaii. Data for Puerto 
Rico, obtained in a Census of Business for 1949, are pub- 
lished separately. The 1939 Business Census covered the 
same areas as the 1948 Census, and, in addition, Puerto 
Rico. All earlier Business Censuses were conducted only 
in continental United States. 

Period covered by the census. — The 1948 Census of 
Business is basically a report of business activity in the 
calendar year 1948. However, the relatively small pro- 
portion of establishments that maintained their records 
on a fiscal-year basis and were unable to report on a 
calendar-year basis, were permitted to use a fiscal year 
ending between September 3(», 1948, and March 31, 1949. 
In a very few cases, reports were accepted for fiscal years 
not falling within this range. Regardless of the fiscal 
year used, all establishments were required to report em- 
ployment and pay roll (except annual pay roll) for the 
pay periods specified on the report forms. 

Method of canvass. — The 1948 Census of Business was 
conducted primarily by means of field enumeration. For 
purposes of enumeration, 308 Census field offices were 
established with responsibility for canvassing the some 
37,000 eniuneration districts into which the Nation was 
divided. Full-scale field operations for the 1948 Census 
of Business were begun near the end of May 1949, shortly 
following the principal appropriation of funds for the 
census. The field work was divided into two broad 
phases, each of which is described below. The listing 
of business establishments, phase 1, was completed late 
in September, about four months after starting full-scale 
operations. The collection of report forms, phase 2, was 
substantially completed by the end of November 1949. 

Enumerators were required to list all recognizable busi- 
nesses (except medical, dental, and law offices, govern- 
ment offices, and also farms), and in the course of list- 
ing, to go into each business establishment to record the 



name of the business and of the owner, general kind of 
business conducted, whether the establishment was part 
of a multiunit organization, and other items required for 
subsequent operations. Each establishment was listed by 
the enumerator as encountered while systematically 
canvassing each city block and each road or highway in 
rural areas in a preassigned pattern. A separate Listing 
Book (section IV of which is reproduced in appendix E) 
was used for each enumeration district. 

During the listing operation, phase 1, appropriate re- 
port forms were left with business establishments for 
subsequent return to Census District Offices by mail. In 
a small proportion of cases (usually small retail or serv- 
ice businesses) the completed Census form was obtained 
by the enumerator in the course of the listing operation. 
In the case of business establishments which were units 
of multiunit organizations no repoi't form was left for 
completion, unless requested by the establishment. In 
general, the reports for establishments operated by multi- 
unit organizations were prepared at the central offices of 
the organizations. The reports so obtained were checked 
against a card file prej^ared from enumerator listings, 
thus insuring completeness of multiunit organization 
reporting. 

A large percentage of the business establishments with 
which reporting forms were left during the listing op- 
eration completed the forms and mailed them to the 
Census District Office without further contact from the 
Bureau. When necessary, reminder letters were mailed 
to establishments which had not submitted their report. 
Those establishments which did not file their report in 
response to the reminder letters were again visited by an 
enumerator who was instructed to secure the report. 

To insure that the reports received were not only usable 
but met census quality requirements, a field office coding 
and editing operation was conducted. This operation, 
along with the follow-up activities to obtain reports not 
promptly submitted, became phase 2 of the field opera- 
tion. All reports which did not contain required in- 
formation together with those which did not meet other 
quality standards were held in the field offices until a 
further check could be made with respondents and the 
reports corrected as necessary. 

Because the completeness of coverage of the census 
depended so largely on the quality of the work done by 
individual enumerators during phase 1 of the enumera- 
tion, considerable effort was expended in verifying and 
correcting this work. 

First, the work of each enumerator was checked in the 
field by a crew leader or supervisor by recanvassing a 
sample of the work. Wherever the listing was found to 



SERVICE TRADE 



be unsatisfactory, the enumerator was given further in- 
structions before being allowed to proceed. 

Second, a complete card file of firms reporting to the 
Social Security Administration's Bureau of Old Age and 
Survivors Insurance was obtained. These cards were ar- 
ranged by enumeration districts and within enumeration 
districts by street and road to facilitate checking the 
cards to the listing books. The cards were individually 
checked to the listing books and a record made of whether 
or not the firm was listed. A check was then made to 
determine whether firms not listed were still at the loca- 
tion indicated. If found to be at such location, they 
were added to the listing. Further, if more than a fixed 
percentage of listings so added were of readily recog- 
nizable places of business, the entire district was re- 
canvassed. This latter provision was necessarj' because 
the file included only establishments having one or more 
paid employees while the census included establishments 
having no employees. By recanvassing completely those 
districts having a significant number of establishments 
included in the Bureau of Old Age and Survivors In- 
surance files missed by the enumerator, it was possible to 
minimize misses among establishments with no em- 
ployees. 

Third, when the field operations were substantially 
complete, but prior to closing the field offices, a careful 
check by counties was made to verify establishment totals 
which differed significantly from trends in neighboring 
counties or those with similar economic characteristics. 
This check did not disclose any systematic fault in the 
canvass. 

One other step taken to insure completeness of cover- 
age is worthy of mention. As indicated above, the census 
listing operation began in late May 1949, by which time 
a number of businesses active at the end of 1948 had dis- 
continued operations. Because it was not always fea- 
sible to locate the 1948 owners of such businesses or to get 
a report of their 1948 activities, it was sometimes neces- 
sary to estimate their sales volume based on information 
supplied by the 1949 occupants or other sources. This 
procedure was used only to account for businesses prop- 
erly witliin the scope of the 1948 Census. 

The "Post Enumeration Survey" (PES), which was 
made after the completion of the enumeration, is dis- 
cussed below. It provides measures of the undercover- 
age of business in the census which occurred despite the 
procedures noted above. 

Scope of Service Trade.— The Standard Industrial 
Classification (S. I. C.) Manual describes the Services 
Division as including "establishments primarily engaged 
in rendering a wide variety of services to individuals and 
business establishments." Of the 15 major groups in- 
cluded in this division, the 1948 Census of Business in- 
cludes the following 5 S. I. C. major groups, essentially 
in their entirety : 

72. Personal services. 

73. Miscellaneous business services. 



75. Automobile repair services and garages. 
7(i. Miscellaneous repair service-s. 

79. Amusement and recreation services, except motion pic- 
tures. 

Of the S. I. C. Major Group 70, "Hotels, rooming 
houses, camps, and other lodging places," the Business 
Census includes only hotels having six or more guest 
rooms and tourist courts having three or more rental 
units. Of the S. I. C. Major Group 78, "Motion pictures," 
the Service Trade portion of the Business Census in- 
cludes only Industry 7831, "Motion picture theaters." 

The following major groups of the Services Division, 
as presented in the Standard Industrial Classification 
Manual are excluded in their entirety from the scope of 
this Census: 

77. Radio broadcasting (including facsimile broadcasting) 

and television. 
SO. Medical and other health services. 

81. Legal services. 

82. Educational services. 

84. Museums, art galleries, and botanical and zoological 

gardens. 
86. Nonprofit membership organizations. 

88. Private households. 

89. Miscellaneous services. 

Comparison of 1948 and 1939 Service Trade scope. — 

The most significant changes in scoj^e of the Service 
phase of the Census of Business for 1948 from the scope 
of the 1939 Census are exclusion (in whole or in substan- 
tial part) of the 1939 Census groups entitled "Services 
allied to transportation" and "Custom industries" (in- 
cluding small manufacturing plants). Figures for 1939, 
as presented in this volume, have been adjusted to reflect 
these changes. Following is a list of the kinds of busi- 
ness in the 1939 Business Census which have been omitted 
from the 1948 Census : 

Custom industries (including small manufacturing plants) : 

A\vning and tent manufacturing establishments (including 

repair). 
Bookbinding establishments. 
Bottling works. 

Cabinet making shops (including woodwoi-king). 
Cider mills and presses. 
Grist mills. 

Slaughtering establishments. 

Machine shops (unless engaged 100 percent in repair work). 
Metal-plating shops. 

Neon-sign manufacturing establishments (including repairs). 
Printing and publishing shops. 

Sawmills and planing mills (including contract logging). 
Tinsmith shops (unless engaged 100 percent in repair work 

other than construction repair). 
Tire retreading shops (on a factory basis). 
Wearing apparel contract work shops. 
Welding shops (unless engaged primarily in repair work). 

Services allied to transportation : 
Packing and crating service. 
Stevedoring service. 
Stockyard service. 
Warehousing, cold storage. 
Warehousing, cotton. 
Warehousing, farm products. 



INTRODUCTION 



Services allied to transportation— Continued. 
Warehousing, other. 
Weighing service. 

Other businesses : 
Boat repair. 
Circulating libraries. 
Cotton compresses. 
Dental laboratories. 

Landscape garileniiig and tree surgery service. 
Livery stables. 
Travel bureaus (including ticlvet agents and brokers). 

In addition to these omissions, a limited number of 
changes in definitions for individual kinds of business 
have been made between 1939 and 1948. These changes 
are described fully in the descriptions of the kind-of- 
business classifications shown in appendix B. Appendix 
C sununarizes the comparisons between the 1948 classi- 
fications and the corresponding 1939 classifications. 

Establishment basis of the census and kind-of- 
business classification. — Census of Business figures rep- 
resent a summary of reports for individual "establish- 
ments" rather than for the combined activities of "com- 
panies." A separate report was obtained for each loca- 
tion at which business was conducted, including each 
location of multiunit organizations. Each report was 
tabulated in accordance with the physical location of the 
establishment. In addition to being classified on the 
basis of location, the report for each establishment was 
assigned a kind-of -business classification on the basis of 
the primary activity of the establishment during the 
census year. See appendix B for further explanation 
and listing of kind-of -business classifications. 

Report forms. — Five report forms were used for 
enumerating Service Trade establishments. These were 
required because of the diversity of kinds of business in- 
cluded in this field, '\^^lile, in most kinds of business, 
establishments were able to report on the general form 
(BC— 40), special forms were designed for Hotels and 
Tourist Courts (BC^l), establishments in the Amuse- 



ment field (BC-42), Automobile Repair Services and 
Garages (BC-^3), and Laundries, Cleaning and Dyeing 
Plants, and Related Services (BC-47). Copies of these 
forms will be found in appendix E. 

Standard metropolitan areas. — In addition to States, 
counties, and cities. Census of Business statistics are 
presented for standard metropolitan areas. These are 
areas which have been defined and established coopera- 
tively by a number of interested Federal agencies under 
the direction of the Bureau of the Budget for purposes 
of compilation and presentation of a wide variety of 
statistical data on a uniform area basis. 

The general concept adopted in defining a standard 
metropolitan area was one of an integrated economic unit 
with a large volume of daily travel and communication 
between a central city and the outlying parts of the area. 
This resulted in an area considerably more restricted, 
especially for the larger cities, than the "market" or 
"trading" area. Each area (except in New England) 
consists of one or more entire counties. In New Eng- 
land, metropolitan areas have been defined on a town 
rather than a county basis. A complete statement of the 
principles adopted as a guide in applying this general 
concept to the definition of individual areas will be found 
in a document issued by the Bureau of the Budget, 
Executive Office of the President, dated July 28, 1950, 
entitled "Standard Metropolitan Area Definitions." 

The 147 standard metropolitan areas for which 1948 
Census of Business data are included in the Area Statis- 
tics Volumes are those defined by the Bureau of the 
Budget as of June 5, 1950, on the basis of 1950 population 
statistics available at that time. Subsequent to the prep- 
aration of Census of Business tabulations, the list of 
metropolitan areas was increased to 168 areas. The list 
of 147 standard metropolitan areas included in the 
Census of Business and the description of the territory 
which they cover will be found on page 26. These areas 
are also shown on the map on page 28. 



THE POST ENUMERATION SURVEY 



To permit an appraisal of the accuracy of its published 
statistics, the Bureau of the Census conducted an in- 
tensive investigation, on a sample basis, of the 1948 
Census of Business enumeration. This investigation, 
known as the Post Enumeration Survey (PES), was 
designed primarily to measure the completeness of cov- 
erage of wholesale, retail, and service establishments in 
the 1948 Census. 

Strict precautions were taken to make the PES an in- 
dependent and objective check of the census enumera- 
tion. The location of the sample areas, which the PES 
was to cover, was not revealed to the Bureau's field or- 
ganization until after the census enumeration had been 
certified as completed and records concerning the 
enumeration returned to Washington. 

Census concepts and procedures. — The 1948 Census 
of Business was defined as a census of "recognizable" 
establishments which would provide a measure of the 
volume of sales of such establishments in 1948 and of 
the nmnber of their employees. "Eecognizable" estab- 
lishments, for census purposes, were defined as all estab- 
lishments with one or more employees whether or not 
"recognizable" as business places, as well as no-employee 
establisliments which, because of appearance, sign, or 
marking, were recognizable to enumerators as business 
places. 

The 1948 Census, by definition, excluded from the 
count of establishments those which were in business 
during 1948 but which went out of business before De- 
cember 31, 1948. The 1948 sales of such establishments, 
referred to subsequently as "part-year" establishments, 
also were omitted from the census except in a relatively 
few cases where a successor establisliment included in its 
Census report its own 1948 sales volume and that of its 
predecessor, i. e., the "part-yeai*" establishment, and also 
in those cases where multiunit organizations supplied 
data on business units which had been discontinued dur- 
ing 1948. 

The census enumeration was initiated by a listing op- 
eration in which Census enumerators in each of their 
enumeration districts were required to enter in a Listing 
Book the name, owner, address, major category of busi- 
ness, etc., for each recognizable place of business. Be- 
cause of a delay in the appropriation for the census, the 
full-scale listing operation did not begin until almost 
June 1949 and was not substantially completed until late 
September 1949. As will be indicated later, a portion of 
the census "undercoverage" is attributable to the un- 
avoidable delay in the start of the listing operation. 



Analysis of PES data for coverage. — The program 
of analysis of PES data with respect to coverage has 
been designed to answer the following questions : 

1. What Is tUe extent of census "undercoverage" resulting from 
the failure of Census enumerators to list business establishments? 

2. What Is the extent of net census "undercoverage" resulting 
from the omission of establishments which were in business as 
of the end of 1948 but went out of business before the enumerator- 
listing operation was conducted and from the erroneous inclu- 
sion in the census of establishments which entered into business 
in 1049? 

A separate PES report, planned for later issuance, will 
provide additional measures including (1) a measure of 
the 1948 sales volume not in the census because of the 
definition excluding "part-year" business, (2) a meas- 
ure of dijfferences in the 1948 sales and employment re- 
ported in the census and, subsequently, in the PES, and 
(3) a measure of differences between the census and PES 
in establishment classification (that is, whether an es- 
tablishment was classified as "service" or as "other than 
service"). 

Design and procedures of the PES.— The PES had 
the following features which were introduced with the 
aim of assuring accurate measurement of coverage error : 

1. The area sample for the PES consisted of about 2,500 small 
areas (segments) ranging in size from part of a building and 
part of a city block to an entire town or village. These segments 
were located in about 530 counties throughout the United States. 
This sample, drawn on a probability basis, was designed to in- 
clude about 1 in 200 of the service establishments in the United 
States. Within the sample segments, enumerators were in- 
structed to make a thorough field search for establishments 
missed in the census. As an aid to this search, special mapping 
materials, including Sanborn maps which show and describe 
individual structures, were provided. 

2. The re-enumeration procedure was entrusted to a relatively 
small group of highly selected and specially trained interviewers. 
Prior to the canvass of each segment, the interviewer was pro- 
vided with the general Census listings for the enumeration dis- 
trict in which the segment was located. He was also provided 
vrith Social Security Administration (BOASI) establishment 
cards for the district. In canvassing the segment the interviewer 
had to account for all in-segment addresses whether or not they 
were included on the Census listings or in the BOASI cards. 
Also, the interviewer had to write, in effect, a business liistory 
of the segment for the period January 1, 1948, to the date of his 
recanvass. He was required to obtain a listing of all the oc- 
cupants of each business address in the segment for that period. 
The interviewer was instructed to obtain for each occupant 
sufficient information on the nature of the business activity to 
permit a classification into four major types: (i) wholesale, (ii) 
retail, (iii) service, (iv) other, 1. e., not in the scope of the 
Census of Business. Finally, for each occupant in the first three 
classes, the interviewer was required to obtain from the best 
possible respondent information on 1948 sales and employment. 



SERVICE TRADE 



3. The materials obtained during the PES field work were 
thoroughly reviewed and a careful re-examination made of the 
Census listings to make sure that every establishment treated 
as missed in the census or erroneously included properly be- 
longed in these categories. 

PES findings on coverage of service establish- 
ments. — The estimated undercoverage in the census enu- 
meration of service establishments, because of (1) the 
failure of enumerators to list service establishments — 
"enumei-ator misses" and (2) omission of establishments 
in business- on December 31, 1948, which went out of busi- 
ness in 1949 before the Census listing was begun — ^"lat« 
start of listing," was determined through the PES analy- 
sis to be 3.0 percent of the 1948 sales volume and 1.7 per- 
cent of the November 15, 1948, employment. 

The PES data further indicate that this undercoverage 
was produced piimarily by the failure to canvass or list 
small establishments. The omitted service establish- 
ments had, on the average, 0.6 paid employees on Novem- 
ber 15, 1948, as against 3.2 paid employees for the enu- 
merated service establishments. Saleswise, the situation 
is similar. The omitted service establishments had, on 
the average, sales of $8,000 in 1948 as against $20,000 for 
the enumerated service establishments. In terms of num- 
ber of service establishments they represented 8.2 percent 
of the 1948 Census total. 

The following table indicates the undercoverage caused 
by "enumerator misses" and by "late start of listing." 
respectively : 





Undercoverage of service establishments 
(as percent of census total) 


Component ol undercoverage 


Sales 


Employment 


Number of 
establish- 
ments 


Total 


3.0 

2.4 
■ 0.6 


1.7 

1.2 
0.5 


8.2 




5.8 




2.4 







Interpretation and ILmitations of PES undercov- 
erage findings. — The PES findings are subject to the 
following limitations : 

1. The estimate of undercoverage of the total number of es- 
tablishments is subject to a sampling error of approximately 0.6 
percent; that is, the chances are 2 out of 3 that the "percent of 
Census total" estimates will not differ by more than 0.6 percent, 
absolutely, from the true value. The sampling errors of the esti- 
mates of undercoverage of sales and employment are approxi- 
mately 0.6 and 0.4 percent, respectively. 

2. The "undercoverage" measures above refer only to losses oc- 
casioned by "enumerator misses" and the "late start of listing." 
The.se measures do not account for any differences which a change 
of census definition might cause (e. g., a change which would in- 
clude establishments which went out of business in 1948) ; or for 
any differences resulting Iroin differences in census and PES 
.scope and kind-of -business classifications ; or from differences in 
the reporting to the census and PES of 1948 sales volume or em- 
ployment. 

Measures of undercoverage of retail and wholesale es- 
tablishments will be found in the PES discussion in 
volumes I and IV, respectively, of the 1948 Census. 



SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 

CONTENTS 
Text 

Page 

1939-1948 Comparisons 1 - - 9 

Per Capita Expenditures in Service Trade 11 

Geographic Distribution of Service Trade 13 

City-Size Distribution of Service Trade (Tables in Chapter 4) 15 

Receipts Size of Service Trade (Tables in Chapter 2) 17 

Employee Size of Service Trade (Tables in Chapter 3) 19 

Source of Receipts 19 

Legal Form of Organization (Tables in Chapter 5) 21 

Trucks (Tables in Chapter 6) 21 

Period Established or Acquired (Tables 13C Through 13H) 22 

Supplemental Findings for Amusements (Tables in Chapter 9) 22 

Supplemental Findings for Hotels (Tables in Chapter 10) 23 

Supplemental Findings for Tourist Courts (Table llC) 23 

Supplemental Findings for Cleaning and Dyeing Plants (Table 8C) 24 

Text Tables 

Table 

A Percentage Change, 1939 to 1948 — Selected Kinds of Business, United States 9 

B Per Capita Expenditures, Selected Kinds of Business — United States, 1948 and 1939 11 

C Service Receipts for Selected Service and Related Retail Kinds of Business — United States, 1948 13 

D Area Concentration of Receipts — Personal, Business, and Repair Services, 1948 13 

E Area Concentration of Receipts — Amusements, Hotels, and Tourist Courts, 1948 13 

F Distribution of Receipts — Personal, Business, and Repair Services, by City-Size Group, United States, 1948 15 

G Distribution of Receipts — Amusements and Hotels, by City-Size Group, United States, 1948 17 

H Average Receipts per Establishment — Selected Kinds of Business, United States, 1948 17 

I Percentage Distribution of Establishments Reporting 1948 Receipts of $100,000 or More — Selected Kinds of Personal, Business, 

and Repair Services 17 

J Percentage Distribution by Employee-Size Group — Personal, Business, and Repair Services and Year-Round Hotels, United 

States, November 1948 _ _ 19 

K Percentage Distribution of Establishments Having 20 or More Employees — Selected Personal, Business, and Repair Services, 

United States, November 1948 19 

L Percentage Distribution — Receipts of Establishments Reporting $50,000 or More From Laundry Work, by Source, United 

States, 1948 _.. 20 

M Percentage Distribution of Receipts of Hotels and Tourist Courts, by Source, United States, 1948 20 

N Corporations in Service Businesses — Percentage of Total for Selected Kinds of Business, United States, 1948 21 

Trucks Operated by Laundry and Related Businesses, United States, 1948 21 

P Percentage of Occupancy — Year-Round Hotels Having 25 Guest Rooms or More, United States, 1948 23 

T 



8 



SERVICE TRADE 




SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 



1939-1948 Comparisons 

From 1939 to 1948 there was a decrease of approxi- 
mately 10,000 personal, business, and repair service es- 
tablishments, 1.9 percent of the total number reported 
for 1939. In evaluating this change, it should be observed 
that not only were there significant differences in indi- 
vidual kinds of service businesses from 1939 to 1948, but 
that procedural differences in the 1939 and 1948 censuses 
had important effects on the count of establishments. 

In the 1939 census, establishments with annual receipts 
volume under $100 were excluded from the tabulations, 
but in 1948 the cut-off level was raised to $500. This 
change affected mostly the count of establishments in 
the personal service and miscellaneous repair service 
groups in such businesses as barber shops; beauty shops; 
hand laundries; pressing, alteration, and garment repair 
shops; shoe repair shops; blacksmith shops; bicycle re- 
pair shops; and locksmith and gunsmith shops, which 
contain many vei-y small enterprises. In the 1939 cen- 
sus, there were approximately 133,000 establishments 
in the under $1,000 receipts category with total receipts 
of about $76 million, or $572 per establishment. Even 
after adjustment for difference in price level between 
1939 and 1948, a number of establishments included in 
1939 would not have met the 1948 specifications. 

The 1948 census avoided "splitting" of establishments, 
which, particularly for such trades as barber shops and 
beauty shops, led to a higher count of establishments in 
the 1939 census. In the 1939 census lessees of "chairs" 
or "booths" were counted as separate establishments, but 
in the 1948 census a consolidated report was prepared 
for a business place, even though for some purposes each 
barber or beauty shop operator who leased a chair or 
booth could have been considered as an individual 
entrepreneur. 

Despite the decrease in number of personal and mis- 
cellaneous repair service establishments covered by the 
1948 Census of Business, there was an increase of 
163.3 percent in the dollar volume of business for the 
year 1948 compared with 1939 ; the increase of 18.7 per- 
cent in paid employees and active proprietors of unin- 
corporated businesses ; and the increase of 195.4 percent 
in annual pay roll. Table A, below, presents the per- 
centage changes by kind of business for the country as 
a whole. 

981780—52 2 



Table A.— PERCENTAGE CHANGE, 1939 TO 1948— SELECTED 
KINDS OF BUSINESS, UNITED STATES 



Kind of business 



SELECTED SEBVICE8 

Personal, business, and repair services.. 

Amusements 

Hotels... 

Tourist courts and camps 

SELECTED PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 
BEPAIR SEBVICES 

Personal services, total 

Barbershops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined. 
Cleaning, dyeing plants (excluding 

rug cleaning) 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Funeral service, crematories 

Power laundries 

Linen supply service— without 

power facilities 

Laundries (excluding power) 

Photographic studios (including 

commercial photography) 

Pressing, alteration, etc. (excluding 

fur)... 

Fur repair and storage shops 

Shoe repair shops.. 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Costume and dress suit rental 

agencies 

Turkish baths, massage parlors 

Business services, total. 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising service. 

Consumer credit reporting agen- 
cies^ etc 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 
mailing list 

Public stenographic agencies, court 
reporting 

Blueprinting, photostating services. 

Employment agencies, private 

Disinfecting, exterminating service. 

Window cleaning service 

Auctioneers' estabs. (service only). 

Coin-operated machine rental and 
repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photo finishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Window display service 

Automobile repair services and garages, 
total 

General automobile repair shops.. 

Battery and ignition repair and 
service shops.. 

Paint shops _ 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops... 

Top and body repair shops 

Brake repair shops. 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, 
n. e. c 

Automobile rentals (without driv- 
ers) 

Storage garages 

Parking lots. 

Automobile laundries 

Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Blacksmith shops 

Radio repair shops 

Refrigerator service and repair 
shops 

Other electrical repair shops 

Upholstery, furniture repair shops. 
Watch, clock, jewelry repair shops.. 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



-1.9 

12.1 

5.9 

91.7 



-9.7 
-22.0 
-10.3 
-38. b 

107.0 

49.9 

2.6 

.1 

-14.4 
-28.9 

34.3 

-13.3 

7.1 

-20.7 

-62.8 

10.7 

22.3 
-18.4 

22.2 
101.4 
17.5 

3.0 

-2.7 

-22.0 
34.4 
56.7 
46.3 
53.1 

-30.9 

-16.2 
115.4 
30.4 
41.8 

-20.6 
29.8 



21.1 
16.0 



97.6 
161.2 
-11.7 
67.3 
64.2 
189.8 

272.7 

66.0 

-46.0 

-5.6 

-17.6 

6.3 

-60.9 

17.0 

95.1 

20.4 

6.3 

2.1 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 



188. 5 
135.4 
151.7 
432.4 



143.8 
75.1 
80.2 
23.6 

342.1 
245.5 
118.8 
101.3 

124.3 
76.6 

230.3 

127.7 
259.0 
89.4 
-18.8 
127.6 

148.6 
65.0 

234.7 
305.5 
145.2 

153.3 

148.2 

10S.8 
221.2 
291.6 
290.1 
222.7 
178.8 

65.2 
355.1 
334.0 
451.4 
181.2 
163.5 



254.1 
267.8 

197.2 
417.1 
683.1 
325.4 
321.5 
270.5 
646.1 

881.2 

314.4 

64.2 

135.8 

252.8 

322.5 

96.8 

364.2 

393.6 
305.4 
260.1 
188.9 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 



215.1 
170.5 
171.4 
434.9 



170.8 
126. 8 
92.3 
32.4 

381.4 
259. 8 
121.3 
114.7 

95.8 
136.2 

■268.8 

175.6 
270.8 
146.0 
2.9 
149.4 

115.4 
93.0 

251.6 
262.9 
168.9 

169.8 

162.2 

212.0 
274.3 
269. 8 
308.0 
217.0 
107.8 

71.9 
336.3 
365.9 
645.9 
296.2 
126.5 



264.4 
265.0 

263. 1 
471.6 
740.5 
400.6 
329.2 
297.7 
642.7 

854.6 

247.8 

96.4 

191.1 

428.1 

444.0 
184.2 
937.5 

325.9 
360.0 
335.4 
355.0 



Paid em- 
ployees, 
work- 
week 
ended 
nearest 
Novem- 
ber 15 



43.4 
62.9 
20.6 
144.fi 



30.3 

-8.9 

-16.5 

-43.3 

142.8 
78.6 
23.0 
9.4 

16.8 
S.5 

72.1 

18.4 

30.8 

1.3 

-42.9 

30.6 

17.9 
-10,8 

69.3 
128.7 
21.7 

40.4 

15.7 

73.9 
74.0 
129.7 
80.8 
51.7 
-34.2 

-17.3 

141.6 

104.1 

221.4 

54.2 

13.9 



59.3 
69.7 

48.6 
142.1 
245.6 
92.2 
86.6 
84.8 
261.0 

282.8 

63.4 

-13.4 

28.5 

149.2 

119.3 
-0.6 
261.1 

114.2 
lU.O 

76.7 
108.7 



Active 
pro- 
prie- 
tors 



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10 



SERVICE TRADE 



PERSONAL, AUTOMOBILE. AND MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES— INCREASE IN 
PER CAPITA EXPENDITURES, BY STATE, 1939 TO 1948 



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SOUTH CAROLINA 

ARKANSAS 

ALABAMA 

NORTH CAROLINA 

GEORGIA 

NEU MEXICO 
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WEST VIRGINIA 

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OKLAHOMA 

TENNESSEE 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

VIRGINIA 

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TEXAS 

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PENNSYLVANIA 

FLORIDA 

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11 



Table A. — Continued 



Kind of business 



Armature rewinding shops... - 

Bicycle repair shops ... 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair shops 

Saw, knife, and tool sharpening and 

repair shops 

Sewing machine repair shops, 

Stove repair shops 

Taxidermists 

Typewriter repair shops 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



100.8 
-19.9 
-74.2 
-32.6 
-19.7 

-10.1 

37.5 

-43.3 

-41.9 

3.2 



Recelpfi, 
entire 
year 



369.8 
115.1 
-5.0 
119.1 
184. 4 

152.9 
274.4 
165.3 
84.0 
228.1 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 



368.1 
78.8 
174.7 
151.4 
414.3 

181.4 
190.4 
230.6 
79.2 
290.3 



Paid em- 
ployees, 
work- 
week 
ended 
nearest 
Novem- 
ber 15 



104.2 
-24.6 
-2.6 
17.2 
156.6 

37.1 
6.5.6 
8.5 
-5.0 
68.1 



-Active 
pro- 
prie- 
tors 



115.3 
-19.8 
-73.6 
-27.4 
-18.1 

-10.0 

47.1 

-39.0 

-39.6 

6.2 



While a net increase of 12.1 percent in the total num- 
ber of amusement enterprises is indicated in table A, 
above, examination of the kind-of-business detail pre- 
sented in Table IB, page 1.04, shows a decrease of more 
than three thousand in the number of billiard and pool 
parlors, and a decrease of more than a thousand dance 
halls, both of which are largely a result of definition 
changes. In the case of billiard and pool parlors, the 
definition was changed to include in the Retail phase of 
the Business Census those establishments reporting re- 
ceipts from the sale of merchandise (including food and 
beverages) in the amount of 50 percent or more of their 
total receipts, compared with 75 percent in the 1939 
census. For dance halls a moi'e rigid definition of 
private dancing schools (which were not to be included in 
this classification in either census) mainly contributed to 
the decrease. 

Tourist courts with an increase of 91.7 percent in 
number, 432.4 percent in receipts, 144.6 percent in em- 
ployees, and 434.9 percent in pay roll gained propor- 
tionately more than hotels, which showed only a nominal 
increase in number, and a percentage increase in re- 
ceipts volume somewhat below the levels of many other 
fields of economic activity. Average receipts per hotel 
increased only 137.6 percent as against the 177.7 percent 
increase in the average receipts per tourist court. 

Per Capita Expenditures in Service Trade 

A measure of the importance of the service trades in 
the economy of the Nation is the average expenditure for 
services per person. Inasmuch as the activities of busi- 
ness services ordinarily are not directly concerned with 
the household consumer as are those of personal and 
repair services, places of amusement, hotels, and tourist 
courts, they are omitted from this discussion. For the 
service trades included in the scope of the census, other 
than business services, total receipts in 1948 were $12.0 
billion, representing a per capita expenditure for the 
United States of $82.10. Motion picture theaters re- 
ceived the largest share, with power laundries and general 
automobile repair shops next in order. Personal serv- 
ices, however, was the most important single gi'oup, ac- 



counting for $30.40 of the total per capita expenditure 
of $82.10. The increase in per capita expenditures 
between 1939 and 1948, a period when the population in- 
creased by 12 percent, was 118 percent. However, 
changes in price levels accounted for a considerable part 
of this increase. Table B, below, shows how various 
kinds of service businesses shared in the growth in per 
capita expenditure. 



Table B.— PER CAPITA EXPENDITURES, SELECTED KINDS 
OF BUSINESS— UNITED STATES, 1948 AND 19.39' 


Kind of business 


Per capita 
expenditure 


Percent 
increase, 




1948 


1939 


1939 to 
1948 


Personal services, total . . 


$30. 40 


$13.92 


118 






Barbershops ... . 


2.77 
2.80 
6.63 
3.92 

1.45 
2.50 
1.38 
9.99 

10.69 


1.76 
1.77 
1.40 
2.00 

0.49 
1.17 
0.82 
4.51 

3.37 


57 






Cleaning, dyeing plants (e.\cluding rug cleaning).. 


295 
96 


Photographic studios (including commercial pho- 
tography) . . . 


196 


Pressing, alteration, garment repair shops 


114 




68 


other personal services . .. 


122 




217 








5.75 
1.30 
3.64 

6.49 


1.74 
0.78 
0.85 

1.71 


230 


Automobile storage, parking ... 


67 




328 


Miscellaneous repair services, total 


280 








1.47 
0.87 
0.69 
3.66 

3 18. 30 


0.37 
0.27 
0.23 
0.84 

'7.63 


297 


Upholstery, furniture repair shops. 


222 


Watch, clock, jewelry repair shops ... 


1.57 


other miscellaneous repair services 


324 


Amusements, total 


140 






Motion picture theaters, regular 


10.73 
7.67 

14.88 
1.34 


5.14 
2.49 

6.60 
0.28 


109 




204 


Hotels 


125 




379 







1 Per capita figures based on Census of Business data for 1948 and 1939 and estimated 
population figures for the same years. 

2 Includes admission taxes. 

Cleaning and dyeing plants and power laundries had 
become more important recipients of public patronage by 
1948, while barber and beauty shops were I'elatively less 
important. Repair services, particularly the specialized 
automobile repair shops, accounted for a significantly 
greater part of the consumer's dollar in the later census. 
Tourist courts made the greatest gain of any major group, 
but its share of public spending was still small. 

It should be observed that, if per capita figures on ex- 
penditure for "services" rather than in service businesses 
are desired, a small deduction should be made for mer- 
chandise sales by service businesses (see section on 
Source of Receipts, below), but that a substantial addi- 
tion of service receipts of retail stores also should be 
made. Retail stores reported receipts from services of 
$2.9 billion in 1948. This represented a per capita expen- 
diture of $19.94. More than half of this amount was for 
the repair of automobiles. The service receipts of auto- 
mobile repair shops, and the service receipts of retail 
automobile dealers and gasoline service stations together 
accounted for an annual per capita expenditure for auto- 
mobile repairs and services of $21.47. 

Table C, below, shows the distribution of repair and 
service receipts in several related kinds of business and 



12 



SERVICE TRADE 



PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF 
ESTABLISHMENTS AND RECEIPTS, BY STATE, 1948 



KEW rORK 

CALIFORNIA 

PENNSYLVANIA 
ILLINOIS 

TEXAS 

OHIO 

KEW JERSEY 

MICHIGAN 

MASSACHUSETTS 

MISSOURI 

INOIANA 

WISCONSIN 

FLORIDA 

MINNESOTA 

IOWA 

NORTH CAROLINA 

OKUHOMA 

GEORGIA 

HASHINGTON 

CONNECTICUT 

KANSAS 

TENNESSEE 

VIRGINIA 
HARYUNO 
AUBAHA 

KENTUCKY 

LOUISIANA 

OREGON 

HEBRASKA 

ARKANSAS 

COLORADO 

MISSISSIPPI 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

WEST VIRGINIA 

RHODE I3UND 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

MAINE 

ARUONA 

UTAH 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

NEW MEXICO 

NORTH DAKOTA 

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IDAHO 

VERMONT 

DELAWARE 

WYOMING 

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kind-of -business groups as between retail stores and serv- 
ice establishments. 

Table C— SERVICE RECEIPTS FOR SELECTED SERVICE 
AND RELATED RETAIL KINDS OF BUSINESS— UNITED 
STATES, 1948 



Kind of business or kind-of-busincss group 



Automobile repair services and garages.. 

Automotive group (retail trade)- 

Gasoline service stations (retail trade)... 

Total automobile services 

Fur repair and storage shops 

Furriers, fur stores (retail trade) 

Total tur services 

Electrical repair shops 

Household appliance stores (retail trade) 
Radio stores (retail trade) 

Total electrical repair 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair shops 

Jewelry stores (retail trade) 

Total jewelry repair 



Service re- 
ceipts, 
1948 (thou- 
sand dollars) 



1,340,839 

1, 486, 654 

302, 702 



3, 136, 198 



35, 254 
42,688 



77, 942 

181, 269 

123,047 

28, 809 



333, 126 



69, 140 
119, 487 



188, 627 



Geographic Distribution of Service Trade 

A significant characteristic of the 1948 Service Trade 
activity in the United States was its geographic concen- 
tration in a relatively few States and metropolitan areas. 
These States and areas were places of high population 
density and generally high per capita income. Table D, 
below, shows the extent of this concentration for personal, 
business, and repair services. 

Table D.— AREA CONCENTRATION OF RECEIPTS— PER- 
SONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES, 1948 



Area 



Selected States: 

United States, total 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio - 

Illinois - - 

Texas 

California 

All other States 

Selected metropolitan areas: 

United States, total 

Chicago - 

Detroit 

Los Angeles 

New York-Northeastern N. J. 

Philadelphia 

San Francisco-Oakland 

Remainder of the United 
States 



Personal 
services 



Percent 
100.0 



14.9 
6.7 
8.5 
8.0 
4/6 
8.8 

51.5 



100.0 



6.4 
2.7 
4.1 
14.8 
3.0 
2.2 

66.8 



Business 
services 



Percent 
100.0 



33.4 
5.2 

4.7 
11.5 

2.6 
10.4 
32.2 



100.0 



10.9 
4.3 
6.2 

32.1 
2.8 
3.0 

40.7 



.Automo- 
bile repair 

services 
and garages 



Percent 
100.0 



12.3 
6.7 

5.1 
6.0 
5.4 
11.7 
52.8 



100.0 



4.2 
2.0 
5.1 
11.4 
2.7 
2.6 

72.0 



Miscellane- 
ous repair 
services 



Percent 
100.0 



15.1 
5.8 
4.1 
7.4 
6.7 
10.6 
50.3 



100.0 



5.2 
2.2 
5.7 
15.6 
2.7 
2.1 

66.5 



Receipts of personal service establishments, such as 
barber and beauty shops, funeral service, photographic 
studios, and shoe repair shops, were distributed geo- 
graphically in a similar pattern to population. How- 
ever, the large centers had a somewhat higher proportion 
of the receipts of all personal service business. The six 
metropolitan areas listed above had 21 percent of the 
population (1950 census) and 33 percent of the personal 
service receipts. The six States in this table had 40 per- 



cent of the population and 48 percent of the receipts. 
The six metropolitan areas in the above table also ac- 
counted for 25 percent of all dry cleaning receipts and 31 
percent of the power laundry receipts. 

Business services wore i;irgely concentrated in indus- 
trial and commercial centers convenient to their cus- 
tomers or clients. The six large metropolitan areas ac- 
counted for 59 percent of all business service receipts in 
1948. The New York-Northeastern New Jersey area 
alone accounted for nearly one-third of all business serv- 
ice activity. However, in the case of such business serv- 
ices as advertising agencies and news syndicates, receipts 
frequently are credited to the main office and do not 
measure activities of local offices of the organizations in 
other cities. 

Except in the case of tourist courts (see table E be- 
low), receipts of automobile repair service businesses 
were less concentrated in the large metropolitan centers 
than those of the other major groups of service business. 
However, certain kinds of business in this group are 
found principally in large cities. For example, the New 
York-Northeastern New Jersey Metropolitan Area ac- 
counted for 16 percent of automobile rental receipts, 40 
percent of storage garage receipts, and 17 percent of auto 
laundry receipts. 

Inasmuch as the function of most of the establishments 
in the miscellaneous repair services group consisted 
largely of services performed for individuals, their geo- 
graphic distribution was much the same as that of per- 
sonal services. However, this group contained a large 
residual, "Other repair shops, not elsewhere classified," 
which consisted largely of repair services for business 
concerns. The New York-Northeastern New Jersey 
Metropolitan Area accounted for 15 percent of all re- 
ceipts for these shops. Texas and California accounted 
for 27 percent, mucli of which was attributable to estab- 
lishments engaged in the repair of oil well equipment. 

Table E below, demonstrates the degi'ee of concen- 
tration of places of amusement, hotels, and tourist courts 
in the United States. 

Table E.— AREA CONCENTRATION OF RECEIPTS— AMUSE- 
MENTS, HOTELS, AND TOURIST COURTS, 194S 



Area 



Selected States: 

United States, total 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

Illinois 

Texas - 

California 

All other States 

Selected metropolitan areas: 

United States, total 

Chicago 

Detroit - 

Los Angeles 

New York-Northeastern N. J... 

Philadelphia 

San Francisco-Oakland 

Remainder of the United States 



Amuse- 
ments 



Percent 
100.0 



16.9 
6.1 
6.3 
7.3 
3.7 
10.9 
49.8 



100.0 



6.8 
2.4 
5.6 

15.8 
2.5 
2.6 

65.4 



Hotels 



Percent 
100. 



18.9 
5.4 
4.2 
7.9 
3.6 
9.4 

60.6 



1.7 
3.0 

13.9 
1.6 
2.6 

70.4 



Tourist 
courts 



Percent 
100.0 



2.4 
1.3 
1.4 
1.1 

in. 7 

17.6 

65.5 



100.0 



0.3 
0.3 



92.3 



14 



SERVICE TRADE 



SERVICE TRADE— DISTRIBUTION BY CITY-SIZE GROUP, 1948 



PERSOKAL, AUTOMOBILE, AND MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES 
(527,552 establishments) 



BUSINESS SERVICES 
(32,007 establishments) 





HOTELS 
(29.650 establishments) 




AHUSEMEKTS 
(50.347 establishments) 



; REMAINDER OF AREA 



500.000 OR MORE 



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25.000-99.999 



In each sognenl Ihe arranjcment of data is as follows: 
Cily-siie group (number of inhabitants). 
Percentage of establ ishmentiS located in city-aize jroup. 



SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 



15 



A comparison with the corresponding table for per- 
sonal, business, and repair services reveals that while 
amusements and hotels followed a similar pattern of 
concentration as personal services, tourist courts were 
quite differently distributed and were mainly outside the 
larger metropolitan areas. 

Motion jDicture theaters, which reported over half of all 
amusement receipts in 1948, were distributed similarly 
to population, but certain other kinds of amusements did 
not show the same degree of correlation. For example, 
17 southern States reported 37 percent of the Nation's 
receipts for billiard and pool parloi'S but only 21 percent 
of all amusement receipts. The Chicago Metropolitan 
Area, with 5.8 percent of all amusement receipts, reported 
12.4 percent of all bowling alley receipts. Theaters and 
theatrical producers (excluding motion picture) were 
concentrated in the New York-Northeastern New Jersey 
Metropolitan Area, which had 57 percent of the receipts 
for this kind of business. 

While illegal gambling receipts were excluded from 
the Census of Business, Nevada's legalized gambling es- 
tablishments reported net receipts of $28 million in 1948, 
90 percent of all amusement receipts in that State. 

The large States and metropolitan areas had approxi- 
mately the same proportion of hotel receipts as personal 
service receipts. However, there were mai'ked concen- 
trations of hotels in the Miami and Atlantic City metro- 
politan areas, which reported 2.2 percent and 1.8 percent, 
respectively, of the $2.2 billion receipts for 1948. 

Seasonal hotels in the three States of New York, New 
Jersey, and Florida reported 54 percent of all seasonal 
hotel receipts in 1948. Other concentrations of seasonal 
hotels were in the northern border States from Maine to 
Minnesota; the western States of Wyoming, Colorado, 
and Arizona; and the coastal States of Maryland, Vir- 
ginia, and California. 

Tourist courts differed from the other service groups 
in that they were largely concentrated in the West. 
Eleven western States in 1948 reported 43 percent of the 
Nation's tourist court receipts. California alone ac- 
counted for 18 percent. In New Mexico, tourist courts 
reported receipts amounting to two-thirds of the volume 
reported by New Mexico hotels. In contrast, tourist 
courts in the eastern States reported receipts volumes 
ranging from 1 to 16 percent of the receipts of hotels in 
these States. 

CitySize Distribution of Service Trade 
(Tables in Chapter 4) 

As previously indicated, there was a tendency for 
service trade to be concentrated in large cities. How- 
ever, this was not the case for some kinds of personal 
and miscellaneous repair services, such as barber and 
beauty shops and radio repair shojis. On the other hand, 
most business services were located in large cities, in 
order to be near to their commercial and manufacturing 
clients. Certain other kinds of business, such as storage 



garages, also were concentrated in large urban centers 
because they served needs peculiar to cities. 

In this volume several tables are provided in which 
various groupings of service industries were classified ac- 
cording to the population of the city in which they were 
located. Tourist courts, since they were, for the most 
part, located in suburban areas or along highways, were 
not included in the tables. 

A measure of the extent to which groups of service 
trades were concentrated in cities is the proportion of 
receipts reported by the establishments in the respective 
city-size groups. Table F, below, presents these data for 
four major groups of service trades. 

Table F.— DISTRIBUTION OF RECEIPTS— PERSONAL, 
BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES, BY CITY-SIZE 
GROUP, UNITED STATES, 1948 



City-size ' (number of Inhabitants) 



United States, total 

500,000 and over 

260,1X10 to 499.999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 - 

10,000 to 24,999 - 

6,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of United States 



Personal 
services 



Percent 
100.0 



32.6 
9.2 

11. 1 
9.1 
8.8 

10.4 
6.3 
4.1 
8.5 



Business 
services 



Percent 
100.0 



67.7 
9.3 
9.0 
4.6 
3,4 
2.7 
0.9 
0.5 
1.9 



Automobile 

repair 

services 

and garages 



Percent 
100.0 



27.0 
9.4 

11.4 
7.7 
6.6 
8.0 
4.6 
3.4 

21.9 



Miscellane- 
ous repair 
services 



Percent 
100.0 



29.7 
8.7 

10.6 
9.0 
7.0 

10.0 
6.6 
3.7 

15.7 



• Based on advance 1950 population estimates. 

The kinds of business included in business services were 
for the most part located in the large cities. Employ- 
ment agencies, advertising agencies, and news syndicates 
had receipts of 73 percent, 85 percent, and 99.6 percent, 
respectively, in cities with 500,000 inhabitants or more. 
However, because receipts of certain business services 
such as advertising agencies are frequently credited to the 
main office of the organization, they do not adequately 
measure the activity in local offices of the organization 
which may be in smaller cities. 

Automobile repair shops were less concentrated in 
larger cities than were any of the other three groups of 
service trades. However, several kinds of business in 
this group do show the big-city concentration. Estab- 
lishments in cities of 500,000 or more reported 51 percent 
of receipts for all auto rental agencies, 72 percent for 
storage garages, 55 percent for parking lots, and 52 per- 
cent for automobile laundries. 

Eeceipts of miscellaneous repair services were dis- 
tributed similarly to those of personal services except for 
blacksmith and welding shops, which reported 56 per- 
cent and 28 percent, respectively, of all receipts from the 
"remainder of United States" (rural sections). 

Table G below, provides city-size data for amusements 
and hotels. 

It will be noted that hotels show a greater concentra- 
tion than personal services in two size groups: Cities 
over 500,000 and places of fewer than 2,500 inhabitants. 
The hotels in rural areas were mainly resort establish- 
ments, some with relatively large volumes of receipts. 



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Table G— DISTRIBUTION OF RECEIPTS— AMUSEMENTS 
AND HOTELS, BY CITY-SIZE GROUP, UNITED STATES, 
1948 



Table H indicates that large establishments are con- 



City-size ' (number of inhabitants) 



Hotels 




United States, total 

600,000 and over _ 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249.999-- 

50,000 to 99,999 

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10,000 to 24,999 - 

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Remainder o( United States 



' Based on advance 1950 population estimates. 

Receipts Si2;e of Service Trade (Tables in Chapter 2) 

The individual business establishment or unit rather 
than the company or firm was the basis for the statistics 
on receipts size in this volume. In the hotel and motion 
picture theater industries, for example, there were many 
firms which operated businesses at a number of locations. 
For these industries receipts-size statistics on a firm or 
company basis would differ considerably from those for 
the individual establislunent or location. 

In many service trades, where little investment in 
merchandise and equipment is ordinarily needed, small 
businesses predominate, e. g., barber shops. Certain 
other types of services, however, require considerable 
equipment or large staffs of employees and therefore re- 
sult in large-size establishments. For example, a power 
laundry can render low-cost service by using factory 
methods, large specialized machines, and specialization 
in the operations performed by employees. Advertising 
agencies which conduct Nation-wide advertising cam- 
paigns require large staffs of .specialists. Similarly, 
hotels or motion picture theaters need large buildings 
and sizable staffs to carry out their functions. 

Data on receipts size for the various kinds of 
service establishments in 1948 are included in a series of 
tables in chapter 2 of this volume. In each table re- 
ceipts of units established or acquired in 1948 are treated 
as a separate category. Thus, units in the several re- 
ceipts-size groups are restricted to those reporting re- 
ceipts for an entire year of operation. 

A summary of the size variation among establishments 
in different service trades is presented in table H, below. 

Table H.— AVERAGE RECEIPTS PER ESTABLISHMENT- 
SELECTED KINDS OF BUSINESS, UNITED STATES, 1948 



Kind of business 



Barbershops _._ 

Power laundries _ - 

Advertising agencies 

General automobile repair shops -_ 

Storage garages _ _ 

Radio repair shops - ___ 

Motion picture theaters, regular ___ 

Billiard and pool parlors _ 

Hotels - 

Tourist courts 

' Part-year establishments excluded from computations. 



Average 
receipts per 
establish- 
ment 1 



$4,600 
144.200 
129,900 
15. 400 
47,300 

9,000 
79,000 

7,600 
79.400 

8,200 



centrated in a few kinds of business, 
demonstrated by table I, below. 



This is further 



Table I.— PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OP ESTABLISH- 
MENTS REPORTING 1948 RECEIPTS OP $100,000 OR 
MORE— SELECTED KINDS OF PERSONAL, BUSINESS, 
AND REPAIR SERVICES 



Kind of business 



Personal, business, and repair services 

Personal services - 

Cleaning and dyeing plants (eic. rag cleaning) 

Funeral service 

Power laundries 

Linen supply serrtce 

other personal services 

Business services - 

Advertising agencies 

Other business services 

Automobile repair services and garages 

Genera! automobile repair shops 

Storage garages 

Other automobile repair services - 

Miscellaneous repair services 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



11,103 



6,919 



1,331 
774 

2,665 
617 
632 

2,804 



687 
2,117 

1,616 



505 
260 
761 



Percentage 
distri- 
bution 



100 



63 



12 
7 

24 
6 
6 



19 
14 



For purposes of comparison with table I, it is noted 
that only 16 out of 82,660 barber shops that operated 
during all of 1948 had receipts of $100,000 or more. 
Business services accounted for a quarter of the large 
establishments, although this group covered only 6 per- 
cent of the total number of establishments. 

Geographically, the largest service establishments 
were somewhat more concentrated than all service es- 
tablishments.. The State of New York reported only 
14 percent of all personal, business, and repair services, 
but 19 percent of the establishments with $100,000 re- 
ceipts or more. The corresponding ratios for the three 
States of New York, Illinois, and California combined 
are 29 percent and 38 percent. 

The average receipts per establishment of laundries, 
cleaning and dyeing plants, and related service businesses 
was related to types of activity combined and types of 
equipment used. For example, power laundries with 
cleaning and dyeing facilities had higher average re- 
ceipts in 1948 than those that had no such facilities ($182,- 
400 as against $89,500). Similarly in the linen supply 
and diaper service fields the larger establishments usually 
had power facilities. In the case of linen supply serv- 
ices, average receipts per establishments were $311,100 
for those with power plants, and $103,600 for those not 
having such plants. Corresponding figures in the diaper 
service industry were $73,600 and $37,600, respectively. 

In the case of hotels seasonality is a significant factor 
in average annual receipts. In 1948 seasonal hotels aver- 
aged $36,700 in receipts, compared with $81,100 for year- 
round hotels, and average receipts per guest room were 
$924 for seasonal hotels compared with $1,475 for year- 
round hotels. 



18 



SERVICE TRADE 



PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES AND YEAR-ROUND HOTELS- 
DISTRIBUTION, BY EMPLOYEE SIZE, 1948 



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SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 



19 



Employee Size of Service Trade 
(Tables in Chapter 3) 

In addition to the dollar volume of business that it 
transacts, another indicator of the economic importance 
of a business establishment is the number of its em- 
ployees. The number of employees is not strictly pro- 
portional to receipts, differing among kinds of business 
and being affected by such factoi's as proportion of re- 
ceipts from sales of merchandise and also, in smaller 
businesses, by the number of proprietors and unpaid fam- 
ily workers who do work that would normally be done 
by paid emploj'ees in large establishments. 

Since size of establishment based on number of paid 
emploj'ees has been based on number employed during 
the workweek ended nearest November 15, 1948, seasonal 
businesses, such as certain types of amusement enter- 
prises, tourist courts, and seasonal hotels, did not lend 
themselves to this type of analysis. The tables in this 
chapter accordingly are limited to data for personal, 
business, and repair services, and year-round hotels. 

Table J, below, presents a comparison of percentage 
distributions of establishments and receipts according 
to employee-size groups for two major categories of serv- 
ice trades. 

Table J.— PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION BY EMPLOYEE- 
SIZE GROUP— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR 
SERVICES AND YEAR-ROUND HOTELS, UNITED STATES, 
NOVEMBER 1948 



Number of employees, November 15 



All establishments, total-. 

No employees 

1 employee -_- 

2 employees 

3 employees -- 

4 or 5 employees 

6 or 7 employees 

8 or 9 employees - 

10 to 19 employees 

20 to 49 employees 

50 to 99 employees 

100 or more employees 



Personal, business, 
and repair services 



Estab. Receipts 



Percent 
100.0 



62.8 
18.7 
10.1 
5.6 
5.1 
2.4 
1.2 
2.2 
1.3 
0.4 
0.2 



Percent 
100.0 



13.2 
10.3 



9.2 

6.1 

3.9 

10.5 

11.9 

7.5 

11.7 



Year-round hotels 



Estab. Receipts 



Percent 
100.0 



20.0 

16.4 

10.8 

7.9 

in. 6 

7.3 



2.8 
3.2 



Percent 
100.0 



1.6 
1.6 
1.7 
1.8 
3.3 
3.2 
2.5 
8.4 
12.7 
11.5 
51.7 



Personal, business, and repair services include many 
small establishments in which the proprietor performs 
much or all of the work. An illustration of this is the 
fact that the total number of active proprietors in 1948 
(574,610) was 43 percent of the number of employees. 
Less than 2 percent of the establishments had as many 
as 20 employees, although this small number (10,687) re- 
ported 31 percent of the receipts. These establishments 
were confined mainly to a few kinds of business in which 
large establishments generally predominate. Table K, 
below, gives the distribution of the establishments with 
20 or more employees. 

Power laundries with their large, factory-scale opera- 
tions, plus cleaning and dyeing plants, comprised over 
half of the large establishments. Business services, con- 
sidered as a single group, was the only other important 



category having establishments with 20 or more em- 
ployees. 

Table K.— PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF ESTABLISH- 
MENTS HAVING 20 OR MORE EMPLOYEES— SELECTED 
PERSONAL. BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES, UNITED 
STATES, NOVEMBER 1948 



Kind of business 



Establishments with 20 or more employees, total 
Personal services, total 

Beauty shops 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (exc. rug cleaning).. 

Power laundries 

Linen supply service 

Other personal services 

Business services, total. - 

Advortising^agencies 

Consumer credit reporting agencies, etc 

other business services 

Automobile repair services and garages 

Miscellaneous repair services 



Number of 
establish- 
ments 



10, 6S7 



7,334 


68.6 


226 

2,073 

3,988 

441 

606 

2,257 


2.1 

19.4 

37.3 

4.1 

6.7 

21.2 



384 

274 

1,599 

654 

442 



Percent of 
entire 
group 



100.0 



3.6 
2.6 
15.0 

6.1 

4.1 



Source of Receipts 

General (table 13 A). — Among the receipts reported 
by the personal, business, and repair services covered by 
the 1948 Census of Business were merchandise sales, in 
the amount of $448 million, which constituted 5 percent 
of the total receipts of these establishments. These sales 
were principally of items that are related to the service 
rendered by the respective kind of business. For ex- 
ample, repair service establisliments often sell accessories 
to the item repaired, or frequently even the item itself, 
such as new and used tires in the case of the tire repair 
shop. Personal and business services reported a rela- 
tively small part of their receipts (1.8 percent) from 
merchandise sales. The personal service trades which 
had substantial sales of merchandise were : Beauty shops, 
photographic studios, fur repair and storage shops, and 
shoe repair shops. Among business services sizable 
merchandise sales were reported by miscellaneous adver- 
tising agencies, blueprinting and photostating shops, and 
photo finishing laboratories. Repair service business, 
however, accounted for the bulk of the merchandise sales 
of personal, business, and repair service establishments. 
Automobile repair services and garages accounted for 
nearly half of the merchandise sales made by personal, 
business, and repair service businesses. 

Power laundries, cleaning and dyeing plants, and 
related services (tables 8E through 8U). — A more de- 
tailed analysis of receipts was obtained from power 
laundries, cleaning and dyeing plants, linen supply and 
diaper service establishments, and rug cleaners than from 
the other service trades. Establishments in this group 
frequently performed, as a secondary activity, the func- 
tions of establishments in other kinds of business within 
the group. For example, power laundries with cleaning 
and dyeing facilities reported 13.6 percent of the clean- 
ing and dyeing receipts of the group ; nearly 20 percent 



20 



SERVICE TRADE 



of the rug cleaning receipts for this group were ac- 
counted for by laundries and cleaning plants; and laun- 
dries and linen supply services reported about 11 per- 
cent of the diaper service work. However, the only seg- 
ment of the group that reported more than 10 percent 
of its receipts from secondary activities was the "laundry 
with cleaning and dyeing plant" category, for which the 
figure for cleaning and dyeing was 22 percent. 

Wholesale work in the laundry and cleaning indus- 
tries was defined as work done for other establishments 
that do not have their own plant facilities. For example, 
pressing, alteration, and garment repair shops send 
their cleaning work to dry cleaning plants ; independent 
laundry agents and "bobtail" operators of trucks have 
their work done by power laundries ; and hand laundries 
frequently send part of their work to power laundries. 
Xinen supply and diaper services that do not operate 
their own plants also have their work done on a whole- 
sale basis. Wholesale work, on the basis of dollar-vol- 
ume, is a relatively small part of the total business of 
laundries, cleaning and dyeing plants, and related serv- 
ices. Only 12 percent of the 33,877 establishments re- 
ported wholesale work in 1948, which amounted to 34 
percent of their total receipts and only 7 percent of the 
aggregate receipts for these kinds of business. The bulk 
of the wholesale dollar-volume was accounted for by 
cleaning and dyeing plants, amounting to $88,889,000, 
or 61 percent of the total wholesale receipts of the group. 
Pressing, alteration, and garment repair shops were the 
principal source of wholesale dry cleaning work. 

Establishments reporting receipts of $50,000 or more 
for the year 1948 from laundry work (bundle, flat, and 
family services) were requested to supply analyses of 
their laundry receipts according to type of work and 
method of delivery. Data from the reports of those 
who provided this analysis of receipts (70 percent of all 
such establishments) showed that family services were 
the principal type of laundry work. Table L, below, 
gives a percentage breakdown of the types of laundry 
work. 

Table L.— PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION— RECEIPTS OP 
ESTABLISHMENTS REPORTING $50,000 OR MORE FROM 
LAUNDRY WORK. BY SOURCE. UNITED STATES. 1948 



Typo of work 


Percent of 
194S re- 
ceipts 




ino 










26 




14 




60 








Finished 


29 




22 


Damp wash _. , ................ . 


9 







ers at the plant office or branch store, which is in agree- 
ment with tlie predominance of family services in laun- 
dry work. Retail cleaning and dyeing work is less com- 
monly liome delivered, only 46 percent being so handled 
in 1948. However, power laundries delivered 68 per- 
cent of their dry cleaning to homes. 

Hotels and tourist courts (tables lOD through lOK 
and IIB). — Hotels and tourist courts obtained their re- 
ceipts from a variety of sources, as demonstrated by 
table M below. 

Table M.— PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF RECEIPTS OF 
HOTELS AND TOURIST COURTS, BY SOURCE, UNITED 
STATES, 1948 





Hotels 


Tourist 
courts 


Receipts source 


Total 


Year- 
round 


Seasonal 




Percent 
100.0 


PercerU 

100.0 


Percent 
100.0 


Percent 
100.0 






Room rentals and sales of meals 

Sales of alcoholic drinks 


81.1 
11.4 
0.8 
1.4 
1.6 
3.8 


80.3 
12.0 
0.8 
1.4 
1.6 
3.9 


89.3 
5.8 
0.4 
1.6 
0.6 
2.3 


93.0 
1.4 




(') 


Sales of other merchandise.- - 


4.3 




0.4 


Other sources 


0.9 







Data reported by the same group of establishments 
show that most retail laundry work (77 percent) was 
delivered to homes rather than picked up by the custom- 



' Included in sales of merchandise. 

The geographic distribution of receipts from the sale 
of alcoholic drinks in hotels is, of course, largely influ- 
enced by State and local laws. While 45 percent of 
such sales in 1948 were accounted for by the nine north- 
eastern States, receipts from the sale of alcoholic drinks 
for most States in the Middle West and the South were 
negligible. Legal restrictions also afPected the geo- 
graphic distribution of packaged liquor sales. 

Seasonal hotels are more dependent upon room rentals 
and sales of meals than are year-round hotels, their reve- 
nues from the sales of alcoholic drinks being less im- 
portant than in the case of year-round hotels. With 
the exception of Florida and Arizona, their receipts 
are concentrated in the summer months. Exclu- 
sive of establishments in these two States, the employ- 
ment of seasonal hotels during the workweeks ended 
nearest March 15 and November 15 was about 6 percent 
of that for the workweek ended nearest July 15. 

Less than one-third of all hotels reported separate data 
for receipts from room rentals and sales of meals; but 
these included the larger hotels, which accounted for 75 
percent of all hotel receipts. In the aggregate, sales of 
meals amounted to 77 percent of receipts from room 
rentals, where separately reported ; but in certain resort 
areas such as New England, Pennsylvania, and several 
western States, sales of meals exceeded room rentals. 

Tourist court operation is frequently combined with 
gasoline service station, restaurant, or drinking place 
business. However, it should be observed that in 
the case of tourist places, the combined establishment 
was classified in Retail Trade if receipts were predom- 



SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 



21 



inantl}- from the retail operations rather than from the 
tourist court operations. The figures on distribution 
of tourist court revenue indicate that only 7 percent of 
receipts were from other than room rental and sale of 
meals. 

Automobile repair services and garages (tables 12A 
through 12C). — AH businesses in this category reported 
the amount of their merchandise sales, but a classification 
of merchandise sales according to type of product was 
obtained from only 24 percent of the establishments. 
However, the sales so analyzed amounted to 81 percent 
of all merchandise sales in the group. Sales of gasoline 
and oil constituted nearly half of the analyzed sales. 
Sales of parts and accessories accounted for most of the 
remaining merchandise sales. It should be noted that 
the value of parts installed in automobiles in connection 
with repair jobs was included in receipts for repairs and 
service rather than in merchandise sales. The service re- 
ceipts of automobile repair services and garages were 
subclassified into "storage and parking receipts" and "re- 
ceipts from repairs and services." Storage and parking 
receipts constituted 10 percent of the receipts of this 
group and were largely concentrated (over 90 percent) in 
parking lots and storage garages. 

Amusements (tables 9A through 9E). — Places of 
amusement showed but a small part of their receipts as 
originating from the sale of merchandise, reporting only 
8 percent of their total receipts from this source. These 
receipts, it should be observed, do not include the mer- 
chandise sales of retail concessionaires or of owners of 
coin-operated merchandising machines, since they sub- 
mitted separate reports of their operations in the Retail 
Trade part of the Business Census. Amusement enter- 
prises reported 1.8 percent of their receipts as coming 
from concession rentals. Sales of merchandise by amuse- 
ment enterprises were most prominent in California and 
Illinois. California accounted for 15 percent of the 
merchandise sales of all motion picture theaters, while 
Illinois accounted for 21 percent of the merchandise sales 
of all bowling alleys. 

Legal Form of Organization (Tables in Chapter 5) 

All establishments enumerated for the 1948 Census of 
Business were classified by legal form of ownership into 
the following categories: Individual proprietorships, 
partnerships, corporations, and other forms of organiza- 
tion (e. g., estates, cooperatives, trusts, etc.). Service 
establishments generally are relatively small enterprises 
with low employment, and in 1948 a large majority of 
them were organized as proprietorships and partnerships. 
The corporate form of organization was found to pre- 
dominate only in those kinds of business where establish- 
ments were large, such as power laundries, advertising 
agencies, storage garages, motion picture theaters, and 
hotels. 



Table N, below, presents a selection of service indus- 
tries and the proportion of establishments in these indus- 
tries accounted for by corporations. 

Table N.— CORPORATIONS IN SERVICE BUSINESSES— PER- 
CENTAGE OF TOTAL FOR SELECTED KINDS OF BUSI- 
NESS, UNITED STATES, 1948 



Kind of business 



Barber shops 

Power laundries 

Advertising agencies 

General automobile repair shops. 

Storage garages 

Klectrical repair shops .. _ 

Motion picture theaters, regular.. 

Billiard and pool parlors 

Hotels 

Tourist courts 




Koceipts— 
percent re- 
ported by 
corporations 



1 

67 
76 

9 
68 
24 
77 

.1 
67 

8 



'Less than 0.6 percent. 

While there are differences in the degree of representa- 
tion as between corporations and the other legal forms 
within each kind of business listed, in every case the cor- 
porations reported a larger share of receipts than of num- 
ber of establishments. Corporations were particularly 
prominent in hotels and motion picture theaters, where 
organizations comprising a number of units were rela- 
tively numerous. 

A geographic concentration of corporations is also in- 
dicated by the fact that the State of New York alone ac- 
counted for 24 percent of the 28,570 corporations in per- 
sonal, business, and repair services in 1948, as against 14 
percent of the total number in all legal forms of organi- 
zation in the United States. 

Trucks (Tables in Chapter 6) 

Operation of trucks is a characteristic of laundries, 
cleaning and dyeing plants, and related services. Nearly 
two-thirds of the establishments (22,444) in this field of 
business operated trucks in December 1948. They re- 
ported $1.8 billion in receipts in 1948 or 88 percent of the 
total receipts for the group. 

Table O, below, shows the extent to which trucks are 
used in each of the individual industries comprising this 
group. 

Table O.— TRUCKS OPERATED BY LAUNDRY AND 
RELATED BUSINESSES, UNITED STATES, 1948 



Kind of business 



Total. 



Power laundries (excluding industrial 
laundries): 

With cleaning and dyeing facilities. 

Without cleaning and dyeing facili- 
ties 

Linen supply 

Diaper service establishments — . 

Industrial laundries 

Cleaning and dyeing plants 

Eug cleaning plants 



Establishments with trucks 



Percent 
of all 

establish- 
ments 



Receipts 
as percent 
of receipts 
of all estab- 
lishments 



Number 
of trucks 
perestab 
lishment 



3.0 



6.8 

3.9 
7.6 
3.6 
7.0 
L9 
1.6 



1848 re- 
ceipts per 
truck oper- 
ated (dol- 
lars) 



27,880 

26,183 
30, 613 
19,084 
32,790 
24,333 
17,611 



22 



SERVICE TRADE 



Cleaning and dyeing plants made relatively less use! 
of trucks than did laundries and linen supply and diaper 
service establishments, indicating a greater prevalence 
of "cash-and-carry" business in the first-mentioned kind 
of business. The dry cleaning industry had a relatively 
large representation of small establishments for which 
business volume presumably did not justify the opera- 
tion of trucks. 

In contrast to the general practice of operating trucks 
in the laundry and cleaning field, only 21,366 or 22 per- 
cent of the automobile repair services and garages in 
the United States operated trucks in December 1948. 
These establishments accounted for 38 percent of the 
total receipts for the group. General automobile repair 
shops accounted for 72 percent of the trucks in this group, 
of businesses; top and body shops operated 9 percent; 
radiator repair shops, 3 percent; and tire repair shops, 
3 percent. These trucks averaged higher generally in 
manufacturers' rated capacity than did those of laun-\ 
dries and cleaners, 30 percent having a capacity of ly^ 
tons or more. Establishments in the States of California, 
Pennsylvania, and New York, reported 26 percent of the 
total number of trucks in this kind-of-business group in 
the United States. California was the leading State, 
with over 2,600 trucks, or 10 percent of the United States 
total for automobile repair services and garages. ' 

Period Established or Acquired 
(Tables 13C Through 13H) 

The relatively short life of most service enterprises is 
illustrated by data on the period of acquisition or estab- 
lishment. Of the 511,407 personal, business, and repair 
services for which this information was reported in con- 
nection with the 1948 Census of Business (91.4 percent 
of all such establishments enumerated), 82,154 or 16 per- 
cent had been acquired or started in 1948. During the 
postwar period (1946^8 inclusive), 43 percent of the 
reporting establishments were either acquired by new 
owners or were established as new places of business. 
Only 41 percent dated from before World War II (prior 
to 1942). A small group (2,319 establishments or 0.45 
percent of the total) had an age of 49 years or more. 
The tenure of ownership for establishments in certain 
kinds of business, however, was longer than in others. 
The funeral service industry reported 510 establisliments, 
3.0 percent of the total, as beginning prior to 
1900. Blacksmith shops, which liave declined in num- 
ber in recent years, included 163 (2.1 percent of the 
total) of these older establishments. The greatest con- 
centration of older establishments was in the East, New 
York and Pennsylvania accounting for 297 and 296, 
respectively, of the 2,319 businesses established or last 
acquired prior to 1900. The gi'oup of old establish- 
ments averaged about $62,000 in receipts for the year 
1948, whereas the group established or acquired in 1946-7 
had average receipts of slightly over $13,000 for that 
year. 



Places of amusement and hotels showed age distribu- 
tions similar to personal, business, and repair services. 
In the fast growing tourist court business, however, es- 
tablishments were even younger, 23 percent being re- 
ported as established or as last acquired in 1948, and 57 
percent in the postwar years 1946^8 inclusive. 

Supplemental Findings for Amusements 
(Tables in Chapter 9) 

Admissions and Seating Capacity of Motion Picture 
Theaters. — Motion picture theaters in 1948 reported some 
3.4 billion admissions, representing an average of 23 ad- 
missions, or almost 2 per month, for each person in the 
United States. The number of admissions per establish- 
ment for 1948 was 189,000, or approximately 500 per day. 
The average admission cost in 1948 was 44 cents gross, 
of which 8 cents was admission tax. 

The extremes in patronage of motion picture theaters 
are represented by the State of Mississippi where there 
were 14 admissions per capita in 1948, with 30 cents as 
the average price of admission, and the State of New 
York with 30 per capita admissions at an average of 54 
cents per admission. The average number of admissions 
per establishment showed a greater degree of variation 
in these two States, with 99,000 in Mississippi and 347,000 
in New York, largely as a result of the larger New York 
City theaters. 

Motion picture theaters in the United States had 11.7 
million seats in 1948, 1 for every 12 persons in the 
country. This ratio was fairly constant throughout the 
country, rising to about 14 for the southern States. An 
average of about $125 in gross admissions was realized 
for each seat, and there were 286 admissions per seat in 
1948. Theaters for the country as a whole averaged 662 
seats per theater, although there was some geographic 
variation in the size of theaters, those of New York 
averaging 1,005 seats; California, 841 seats; and the 17 
southern States, 550 seats. 

Amusement taxes. — A significant part of the expendi- 
tures in amusement businesses consisted of admission 
taxes. For all amusements included in the scope of 
the 1948 Business Census such taxes amounted to $323 
million, or 12 percent of the total receipts (including 
taxes). Motion picture theaters accounted for most of 
the taxes, 16 percent of their total receipts going to ad- 
mission taxes. Other kinds of business that contributed 
large tax volumes were horse race tracks and baseball and 
football clubs. The State's share of pari-mutuel betting 
at race tracks was not included in the tax data presented 
in this volume. Admission taxes for motion picture 
theaters were rather evenly distributed throughout the 
country. Among the larger States they ranged from 14.6 
percent of gross receipts in Texas to 19.3 percent in 
Pennsylvania. However, in every State they comprised 
the major part of all amusement taxes. 



SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 



23 



Supplemental Findings for Hotels 
(Tables in Chapter 10) 

Supplemental compensation of hotel employees. — 

The presentation of census data on supplementary com- 
pensation of hotel employees (free quarters, meals, tips) 
is confined to year-round hotels with 25 or more guest 
rooms. Nearly half (7,088) of the hotels in this category 
reported employees receiving free quarters and/or meals, 
and a slightly smaller number (6,451) reported em- 
ployees receiving tips. Only 6 percent (21,451) of the 
employees in year-round hotels with 25 guest rooms or 
more received free living quarters. Free meals were 
more common, 28 percent (105,216) of the employees re- 
ceiving at least two meals per day. In most cities, em- 
ploj'ees receiving two meals per day comprised the largest 
group of those who received meals as supplemental com- 
pensation. Employees receiving tips (89,970) constituted 
24 percent of the total. 

Percentage of occupancy for hotels. — Statistics on 
percentage of occupancy of hotel gviest rooms are con- 
fined to year-round hotels with 25 or more guest rooms. 
The median percentage of occupancy for the 14,547 
hotels in the United States that were in this category in 
1948 was in the 71-80 percent interval. However, the 
hotels having a percentage of occupancy of 81 percent 
or more (5,598) accounted for more than half of the 
total receipts of the group. Hotels with a large propor- 
tion of residential rooms figure prominently in the "91 
percent-or-more" group. 

Hotels in cities of 500,000 inhabitants or more had the 
highest occupancy rate, with a median in the 81-90 
percent interval. The median for hotels in places under 
2,500 inhabitants was in the 61-70 percent occupancy 
bracket. A similar pattern prevailed for hotels grouped 
by size based on number of guest rooms, the larger hotels 
having a higher average occupancy rate, as illustrated by 
table P, below. 

Table P.— PERCENTAGE OF OCCUPANCY— YEAR-ROUND 
HOTELS HAVING 25 GUEST BOOMS OR MORE, UNITED 
STATES, 1948 



Number^)f-guest-rooms size 



All year-round hotels having 25 or more guest rooms. 

Hotels having: 

500 guest rooms or more - 

300 to 499 guest rooms 

100 to 299 guest rooms 

50 to 99 guest rooms - 

25 to 49 guest rooms 



Average per- 
centage of oc- 
cupancy rates 
of hotels in 
group' 



73 

87 
84 
81 
76 



1 Figures represent arithmetic averages. 

Hotel size (guest rooms). — The classification of 
hotels by number of guest rooms indicates that a rela- 
tively few large hotels accounted for most of the re- 
ceipts. There were 3,396 hotels (11 percent of the total) 
that had 100 guest rooms or more and reported 67 per- 
cent of the total hotel receipts in 1948. The group hav- 



ing 100-299 guest rooms had a geographic concentration 
similar to that for all hotels ; but the largest hotels, with 
300 rooms or more, were concentrated in the large metro- 
politan areas. Of a total of 534 such hotels, 145 or 27 
percent were located in the New York-Northeastern New 
Jersey Metropolitan Area. The average size in 1948 of 
seasonal hotels was somewhat less than that of year- 
round hotels — 40 guest rooms for seasonal compared with 
95 for year-round. The hotels with fewer than 25 guest 
rooms accounted for 42 percent of all hotels in 1948, but 
they reported only 7 percent of the total hotel receipts 
and employed only 5 percent of all hotel workers. Em- 
ployees in these hotels amounted to nearly twice the num- 
ber of active proprietors. However, there were a num- 
ber of such establishments with no paid employees. 

Classification of hotel guest rooms. — A substantial 
number of the hotels included in the Census of Business 
were primarily residential hotels with but a few tran- 
sient rooms. (See Appendix D, Explanation of Terms, 
for definitions of hotels covered in the Census.) An- 
other sizable group of hotels, while predominantly tran- 
sient, also accounted for a relatively large number of the 
residential guest rooms. In year-round hotels having 25 
guest rooms or more, for the Nation as a whole, 32 per- 
cent of the guest rooms were for residential use. This 
proportion did not vary greatly for hotels of different 
size groups. 

Hotel rooms for residential use were generally common 
to the larger cities. A group of 32 selected metropolitan 
areas (listed in table lOV) contained 51 percent of all 
rooms of year-round hotels with 25 or more guest rooms, 
but 68 percent of the rooms for residential use. In the 
Chicago, Detroit, New York-Northeastern New Jersey, 
St. Louis, San Francisco-Oakland, and Seattle Metropoli- 
tan Areas, residential rooms comprised about half of all 
guest rooms, the smaller hotels accounting for a rela- 
tively high proportion of residential rooms. 

Supplemental Findings for Tourist Courts 
(Table llC) 

Size of tourist courts based on number of rental 
units. — Tourist courts, in general, were small establish- 
ments compared with hotels. In 1948 they averaged only 
12 rental units per establishment, and over half of the 
total number in the United States had fewer than 10 units, 
this group averaging only $3,200 annual receipts per 
establishment. At the other extreme, the 1,072 establish- 
ments with 30 rental units or more had an average of 
$37,000 annual receipts, a total comparable with that for 
small hotels. Tourist courts were concentrated in the 
western and southwestern States, but the large establish- 
ments with 30 rental units or more had an even higher 
concentration in those sections of the country. Texas 
reported 7.8 percent of all tourist courts and 17.6 percent 
of the larger courts. Corresponding figures for Cali- 
fornia were 14.2 percent and 19.0 percent. 



24 



SERVICE TRADE 



Supplemental Findings for Cleaning and Dyeing 
Plants (Table 8C) 

Solvent types used by cleaning and dyeing plants. — 

Data for cleaning and dyeing plants, classified according 
to type of solvent used, indicated that 18,491, or 77 per- 
cent of the total of 24,017 establishments in 1948, used 
petroleum solvents. Plants using only synthetic solvent 
were not uniformly distributed geographically. The 



nine northeastern States reported 1,582 out of 3,913 es- 
tablishments (40 percent of the plants in this area) using 
synthetic solvents. In 17 southern States there were 
only 867 out of 10,646 establishments (8 percent) that 
used synthetic solvents. An analysis of these two groups 
on the basis of size of establishment discloses that the 
plants using petroleum solvents averaged almost $34,000 
receipts in 1948, while the synthetic solvent users 
averaged a little over $29,000. 



SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 



25 




881780— B2 8 



STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 



(As defined by the Bureau of the Budget, June 5, 1950) 



AKRON, OHIO : Summit County. 

ALBANY-SCHENECTADY - TROY, 
N. Y. : Albany, Rensselaer, and 
Schenectady Counties. 

ALLENTOWN - BETHLEHEM- 
EASTON, PA.: Leliigli and 
Northampton Counties, Pa. ; War- 
ren County, N. J. 

ALTOONA, PA. : Blair County. 

ASHEVILLB, N. C. : Buncombe 
County. 

ATLANTA, GA. : Cobb, De Kalb, 
and Fulton Counties. 

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.: Atlantic 
County. 

AUGUSTA, GA. : Richmond County, 
Ga. ; Allien County, S. C. 

AUSTIN, TEX. : Travis County. 

BALTIMORE, MD. : Baltimore 
city, Baltimore and Anne Arun- 
del Counties. 

BATON ROUGE, LA.: East Baton 
Rouge Parish. 

BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR, 
TEX. : Jefferson County. 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. : Broome 
County. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. : Jefferson 
County. 

BOSTON, MASS.: All of Suffollt 
County ; Cambridge, Everett, 
Maiden, Medtord, Melrose, New- 
ton, Somerville, Waltham, and 
Wobum cities ; Arlington, Ash- 
land, Bedford, Belmont, Burling- 
ton, Concord, Framingham, Lex- 
ington, Lincoln, Naticic, North 
Reading, Reading, Stoneham, 
Wakefield, Watertown, Wayland, 
Weston, Wilmington, and Win- 
chester towns in Middlesex Coun- 
ty ; Beverly, Lynn, Peabody, and 
Salem cities ; Danvcrs, Hamilton, 
Lynnfield, Manchester, Marble- 
bead, Middleton, Nabant, Saugus, 
Swampscott, and Wenham towns 
in Essex County ; Qulncy city ; 
Bralntree, BrooliUne, Canton, Co- 
hasset, Dedham, Dover, Medfleld, 
Milton, Needham, Norwood, Ran- 
dolph, Sharon, Walpole, Welles- 
ley, Westwood, and Weymouth 
towns in Norfolk County ; Hing- 
ham and Hull towns In Plymouth 
County. 

BRIDGEPORT, CONN. : Bridgeport 
city ; Fairfield, Stratford, and 
Trumbuil towns in Fairfield 
County ; Milford town in New 
Haven County. 

BROCKTON, MASS. : Brockton 
city ; Abington, Bridgewater, East 
Brldgewater, Rockland, West 
Bridgewater, and Whitman towns 
In Plymouth County ; Avon, Hol- 
brook, and Stougbton towns in 
Norfolk County ; Easton town In 
Bristol County. 

BUFFALO, N. Y. : Erie and Niagara 
Counties. 

CANTON, OHIO : Stark County. 
26 



CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA: Linn 
County. 

CHARLESTON, S. C. : Charleston 
County. 

CHARLESTON, W. VA. : Fayette 
and Kanawha Counties. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. : Mecklenburg 
County. 

CHATTANOOGA, TKNN. : Hamil- 
ton County, T e n n. ; Walker 
County, Ga. 

CHICAGO, ILL. : Cook, Du Page, 
Kane, Lake, and Will Counties, 
HI. ; Lake County, Ind. 

CINCINNATI, OHIO: Hamilton 
County, Ohio ; Campbell and Ken- 
ton Counties, Ky. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO : Cuyahoga 
and Lake Counties. 

COLUMBIA, S. C. : Richland Coun- 
ty. 

COLUMBUS, GA. : Chattahoochee 
and Muscogee Counties, Ga. ; Rus- 
sell County, Ala. 

COLUMBUS, OHIO: Franklin 
County. 

CORPUS CHRISTI, TEX.: Nueces 
County. 

DALLAS, TEX. : Dallas County. 

DAVENPORT, IOWA-ROCK IS- 
LAND-MOLINE, ILL.: Rock Is- 
land County, 111. ; Scott County, 
Iowa. 

DAYTON, OHIO : Greene and Mont- 
gomery Counties. 

DECATUR, ILL. : Macon County. 

DENVER, COLO. : Adams, Arapa- 
hoe, Denver, and Jefferson Coun- 
ties. 

DES MOINES, IOWA : Polk County. 

DETROIT, MICH. : Macomb, Oak- 
land, and Wayne Counties. 

DULUTH, MINN.-S U P E R I O R, 
WIS. : St. Louis County, Minn. ; 
and Douglas County, Wis. 

DURHAM, N. C. : Durham County. 

EL PASO, TEX. : El Paso County. 

BRIE, PA. : Erie County. 

EVANSVILLE, IND. : Vanderburgh 
County. 

FALL RIVER, MASS.: Fall River 
city ; Somerset, Swansea, and 
Westport towns In Bristol Coun- 
ty, Mass. ; and Tiverton town In 
Newport County, R. I. 

FLINT, MICH. : Genesee County. 

FORT WAYNE, IND. : Allen Coun- 
ty. 

FORT WORTH, TBX. : Tarrant 
County. 

FRESNO, CALIF. : Fresno County. 

GALVESTON, TEX.: Galveston 
County. 

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.: Kent 
County. 

GREENSBORO -HIGH POINT, 
N. C. : Guilford County. 

HAMILTON - MIDDLBTOWN, 
OHIO : Butler County. 

HARRISBURG, PA. : Cumberland 
and Dauphin Counties. 



HARTFORD, CONN.: Hartford 
city ; Avon, Bloomfield, East 
Hartford, Farmington, Glaston- 
bury, Manchester, Newington, 
Rocky Hill. Simsbury, South 
Windsor, West Hartford, Weth- 
ersfleld, and Windsor towns In 
Hartford County. 

HOUSTON, TBX. : Harris County. 

HUNTINGTON, W. VA.-ASHLAND, 
KY. : Cabell and Wayne Counties, 
W. Va. ; Boyd County, Ky. ; Law- 
rence County, Ohio. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND.: Marlon 
County. 

JACKSON, MISS. : Hinds County. 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.: Duval 
County. 

JOHNSTOWN, PA. : Cambria and 
Somerset Counties. 

KALAMAZOO, MICH. : Kalamazoo 
County. 

KANSAS CITY, MO. : Johnson and 
Wyandotte Counties, Kans. ; Clay 
and Jackson Counties, Mo. 

KNOXVILLE, TENN. : Anderson, 
Blount, and Knox Counties. 

LANCASTER, PA. : Lancaster 
County. 

LANSING, MICH. : Ingham County. 

LAWRENCE, MASS.: Lawrence 
city ; Andover, Methuen, and 
North Andover towns in Essex 
County. 

LINCOLN, NEBR. : Lancaster 
County. 

LITTLE ROCK, ARK. : Pulaski 
County. 

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. : Los An- 
geles and Orange Counties. 

LOUISVILLE, KY. : Jefferson 
County, Ky. ; Clark and Floyd 
Counties, Ind. 

LOWELL, MASS. : Lowell city ; 
BiUerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, 
and Tewksbury towns In Middle- 
sex County, Mass. 

MACON, GA. : Bibb and Houston 
Counties. 

MADISON, WIS. : Dane County. 

MANCHESTER, N. H. : Manchester 
city and Goffstown town. 

MEMPHIS, TENN. : Shelby County. 

MIAMI, FLA. : Dade County. 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. : Milwaukee 
County. 

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MINN. : 
Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin, and 
Ramsey Counties. 

MOBILE, ALA. : Mobile County. 

MONTGOMERY, ALA.: Montgom- 
ery County. 

MUSKEGON, MICH. : Muskegon 
County. 

NASHVILLE, TENN. : Davidson 
County. 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS.: New 
Bedford city ; Acushnct, Dart- 
mouth, and Fairhaven towns in 
Bristol County. 



NEW BRITAIN-BRISTOL, CONN. : 
Bristol and New Britain cities : 
Berlin. PlainviUe and Southing- 
ton towns in Hartford County ; 
Plymouth town in Litchfield 
County. 

NEW HAVEN, CONN. : New Haven 
city ; Branford, East Haven, Ham- 
den, North Haven, Orange, West 
Haven, and Woodbrldge towns In 
New Haven County. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. : Jefferson, 
Orleans, and St. Bernard Par- 
ishes. 

NEW YORK- NORTHEASTERN 
NEW JERSEY: New York City 
(Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, 
and Richmond Counties) ; Nassau, 
Rockland, Suffolk, and West- 
chester Counties, N. Y. ; Bergen, 
Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Mor- 
ris, Passaic, Somerset, and Union 
Counties, N. J. 

NORFOLK PORTSMOUTH, V A. : 
Norfolk and Princess Anne Conn- 
ties ; and the cities of Norfolk, 
South Norfolk, and Portsmouth. 

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. : OkU- 
homa County. 

OMAHA, NEBR. : Douglas and 
Sarpy Counties, Nebr. ; Pottawat- 
tamie County, Iowa. 

PEORIA, ILL. : Peoria and Taie- 
well Counties. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA.: Bncka, 
Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, 
and Philadelphia Counties, Pa. ; 
Burlington, Camden, and Glouces- 
ter Counties, N. J. 

PHOENIX, ARIZ. : Maricopa Coun- 
ty. 

PITTSBURGH, P A. : Allegheny, 
Beaver, Washington, and West- 
moreland Counties. 

PORTLAND, MAINE : Portland, 
South Portland, and Wcstbrook 
cities ; Cape Elizabeth and Fal- 
mouth towns in Cumberland 
County. 

PORTLAND, OREG. : Clackamas, 
Multnomah, and Washington 
Counties, Oreg. ; Clark County, 
Wash. 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. : Central Falls, 
Cranston, Pawtucket, Providence, 
and Woonsocket cities ; Cumber- 
land, Blast Providence, Johnston, 
Lincoln, North Providence, North 
Smlthfield, and Smithfield towns 
in Providence County, R. I. ; 
• North Kingstown town in Wash- 
ington County, B. I. ; Warwick 
city, Bast Greenwich, and West 
Warwick towns in Kent County, 
R. I. ; all of Bristol County, R. I. ; 
Attlcboro city, North Attleboro, 
and Seekonk towns In Bristol 
County, Mass.; Bellingham, 
Franklin, Plalnvllle, and Wrentb- 
&m towns In Norfolk County, 
Mass. ; Blackstone and Mlllvllle 
towns in Worcester County, Mass. 



STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 



27 



RACINE, WIS. : Racine Connty. 

RALEIGH, N. C. : Wake County. 

READING, PA. : Berks County. 

RICHMOND, VA. : Richmond city ; 
Chesterfield and Henrico Coun- 
ties. 

ROANOKE, VA. : Roanoke city and 
Roanoke County. 

ROCHESTER, N. Y. : Monroe Coun- 
ty. 

ROCKFORD, ILL.: Winnebago 
County. 

SACRAMENTO, CALIF. : Sacra- 
mento County. 

SAGINAW, MICH. : Saginaw Coun- 
ty. 

ST. JOSEPH, MO. : Buchanan 
County. 

ST. LOUIS, MO. : St. Louis city, St. 
Charles and St. Louis Counties, 
Mo. ; Madison and St. Clair 
Counties, HI. 

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH: Salt 
Lake County. 

SAN ANTONIO, TEX. : Bexar 
County. 

SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF. : San 
Bernardino County. 

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. : San Diego 
County. 

SAN FRANCISCO - OAKLAND, 
CALIF. : Alameda, Contra Costa, 



Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, 
and Solano Counties. 

SAN JOSE, CALIF.: Santa Clara 
County. 

SAVANNAH, GA. : Chatham Coun- 
ty. 

SCRANTON, P A. : Lackawanna 
County. 

SEATTLE, WASH. : King County. 

SHREVEPORT, LA. : Caddo Parish. 

SIOUX CITY, IOWA: Woodbury 
County. 

SOUTH BEND, IND. : St. Joseph 
County. 

SPOKANE, WASH. : Spokane 
County. 

SPRINGFIELD, ILL. : Sangamon 
County. 

SPRINGFIELD, MO.: Greene 
County. 

SPRINGFIELD, OHIO: Clark 
County. 

SPRINGFIELD- HOLYOKH, 
MASS. : Chicopee, H o 1 y o k e, 
Springfleld, and Westfleld cities ; 
Agawam, East Longmeadow, 
Longmeadow, Ludlow, West 
Springfield, and Wilbraham 
towns In Hampden County, 
Mass. ; Northampton city ; East- 
hampton and South Hadley towns 



In Hampshire County, Mass. ; Bn- 
fleld town in Hartford County, 
Conn. 

STAMFORD-NORWALK, CONN. : 
Norwalk city ! Darlen, Greenwich, 
New Canaan, Stamford, and 
Westport towns in Fairfield 
County. 

STOCKTON, CALIF. : San Joaquin 
County. 

SYRACUSE, N. Y. : Onondaga 
County. 

TACOMA, WASH. : Pierce County. 

TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. : 
Hillsborough and Pinellas Coun- 
ties. 

TERRB HAUTE, IND.: Vigo 
County. 

TOLEDO, OHIO : Lucas County. 

TOPEKA, KANS. : Shawnee County. 

TRENTON, N. J. : Mercer County. 

TULSA, OKLA. ; Tulsa County. 

UTICA-ROME, N. Y. : Herkimer 
and Oneida Counties. 

WACO, TEX. : McLennan County. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. : The District 
of Columbia ; Alexandria and 
Falls Church cities ; Arlington 
and Fairfax Counties, Va. ; Mont- 
gomery and Prince Georges Coun- 
ties, Md. 



WATERBURY, CONN. : Waterbury 
city ; Naugatuck borough ; Beacon 
Falls, Cheshire, Mlddlebury, 
Prospect, and Wolcott towns In 
New Haven County ; Thomaston 
and Watertown towns In Litch- 
field County. 

WHEELING. W. VA.-STEUBEN. 
VILLE, OHIO : Brooke, Hancock, 
Marshall, and Ohio Counties, W. 
Va. ; Belmont and Jefferson Coun- 
ties, Ohio. 

WICHITA, KANS.: Sedgwick 
County. 

WILKES-BARRE -HAZLBTON, 
PA. : Luzerne County. 

WILMINGTON, DEL. : New Castle 
County, Del. ; Salem County, N. J. 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. : Forsyth 
County. 

WORCESTER, MASS. : Worcester 
city. Auburn, East Brookfleld, 
Grafton, Holden, Leicester, Mill- 
bury, Northborough, North Brook- 
field, Shrewsbury, Spencer, West- 
borough, and West Boylston 
towns in Worcester County. 

YORK, PA. : York County. 

YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO: Mahoning 
and Trumbull Counties, Ohio ; 
Mercer County, Pa. 



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SERVICE TRADE 




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STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 



29 




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^ 



' / 






LIST OF CORRECTIONS 



This volume has been prepared primarily by assem- 
bling and binding the statistical portions of previously 
issued Subject Bulletins together with additional chap- 
ters covering other phases of Service Trade which were 
not issued in bulletin form. This publication plan was 
adopted to conserve public funds and expedite the is- 
suance of the volume. It was found desirable to re- 
print completely the following Subject Bulletins for 



volume publication: United States Summary; Receipts 
Size; Employee Size; Laundries, Cleaning and Dyeing 
Plants, and Related Services; and Hotels. In some in- 
stances, therefore, data will differ from those shown in 
the bulletins as originally issued. The corrections ap- 
pearing below represent revisions made after volume 
copy was returned from the printer. 



["Line" and "Column" Indicate the position of the Item on a page. Thus "line 10" means the tenth line from the top of the table stub, counting every line on which prlntlni 
appears regardless of presence of entries In field. " Column 5" means fifth column from the left, not counting the stub column] 



Chapter 



Page Table No 



Line No. 



Item 



Column 



Change from- 



To- 



Unlted States Summary 

CltyilM- 

Do 

Legal Form of Organltatlon. 



City Statistics. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Amusements.. 

Hlscellaneoos.. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



1.56 

1.56 

1.58 

4.03 

4.12 

4.12 

5.]« 

6.16 

e.i« 

7.08 

7.05 

7.08 

7.06 

7.12 

7.19 

7.30 

7.31 

7.37 

7.41 

7.46 

7.46 

7.62 

7.62 

7.64 

7.64 

7.66 

7.70 

8.08 

13.09.... 

13.10 

13.11 

13.12.... 
13.13.... 

13.15 

13.19 



IS.. 
IS.. 
IS.. 
4A. 

40. 

4C. 

6C. 
6C. 
6C. 

70. 
70. 
7C. 
70. 
7C. 
7E. 
7E. 
7E. 
7F., 
7J.. 
7K. 
7K. 
7K. 
7P., 
7K- 
7R- 
7R. 
7K. 



9F. 



13D. 
13D. 
13E. 
13F. 
13F. 
I3H. 
13L. 



2 

2 

Footnote. 
40 



Insert 'footnote. 



Philadelphia, Pa_ 13 266-. 254 

Philadelphia, Pa 14 34,919 34,861 

Insert as last footnote "Note: See page 26 for definitions of standard metropolitan areas.' 



Personal services— Cities of 250,000 to 

499,999. 
East North Central, total (Automobile 

storage and parking). 
do. 



Individual proprietorships (Aril.)... 

Partnerships (Arli.) 

Corporations (Arii.) 



Barrlngton town, R.I 

Belvedere, Calif 

Canandalgua, N. Y..... 

Claremont, N. H 

Maumee, Ohio 

Belvedere, Calif. 

Stroudsburg, Pa 

Willimantic, Conn 

Union twp.. N. J 

District 13. Md 

Ayer, Mass 

Belvedere, Calif. 

Stowe twp.. Pa 

Secaucus, N. J 

Ambridge, Pa 

Americus, Ga 

Caldwell, Idaho 

Mount Lebanon, Pa 



Proprietors of unincorporated businesses. 



12.. 



7 

7 

7 



Stub. 
Stub. 
Stub. 
Stub. 
Stub. 
Stub. 



Stub. 
Stub. 
Stub. 
Stub. 
Stub. 
Stub. 
Stub. 

7 

7 

7 

Stub. 



•Footnote. 



Blank. 
12,. 



25,. 



103, 

46,91 

Illegible.. 



84,860 

12,765 

258,173 

103,554 

45,601 

67,687 

Barrlngton town, R. I.i 
Belvedere twp., Calif.' 
Canandaigua, N. Y. 
Claremont town, N. H.' 
Maumee, Ohio. 
Belvedere twp., Calif.' 
10 

Willimantic, Conn. 
Union twp., N. J.' 
District 13, Md.' 
Ayer town, Mass.' 
Belvedere twp., Calif.' 
Stowe twp.. Pa.' 
Secaucus, N. J. 
136 
166 
34 

Mount Lebanon twp., 
Pa.i 



Blank •Proprietors of unincor- 
porated businesses. 



Barrlngton town, R. I . . 

Belvedere, Calif 

Illegible 

Claremont, N. H 

Naumee, Ohio 

Belvedere, Calif 

Illegible 

Willimantic, Conn.' 

Union twp., N. J 

District 13, Md 

Ayer, Mass 

Belvedere, Calif 

Stowe twp.. Pa 

Secaucus, N, Y 

130 

168 

Illegible 

Mount Lebanon, Pa 



Footnote 1 . 



Insert following headnote: [Establishments which at the end of 1948 were operated by original owners 
were classified by date of establishment. Others were classified by latest date the business changed 
hands prior to the end of 1948.) 

Revise footnote 1 as follows: Includes motion picture theaters. 



31 



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UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



CONTENTS 



Table 



Page 



lA Selected Services—United States, by kind of business, 19^8 and 1939: Establishments, 

receipts,' pay roll, and personnel 1.02 

IB Amusements — United States, by kind of business, 19A-S and 1939: Establishments, receipts, 

pay roll, and personnel 1-04 

IC Personal, Business, and Repair Services — Geographic division and State, 19^+8 and 1939: 

Establishments, receipts, pay roll, and personnel 1.05 

ID Amusements — Geographic division and State, 19<+8 and 1939: Establishments, receipts, pay 

roll, and personnel 1.06 

IE Hotels — Geographic division and State, 194-8 and 1939: Establishments, guest rooms, re- 
ceipts, pay roll, and personnel 1.07 

IF Tourist Govirts — Geographic division and State, 1948 and 1939: Establishments, rental \mits, 

receipts, pay roll, and personnel 1.08 

IG Selected Services — United States, by kind of business, 1948: Establishments, receipts, 

pay roll, and personnel 1.09 

IH Amusements — United States, by kind of business, 1948: Establishments, receipts, pay roll, 

and personnel 1»11 

IJ Selected Services — Geographic division, by kind of business, 1948: Establishments, receipis* 

pay roll, and personnel 1.12 

New Eng-land 1.12 West North Central. . . 1.18 West South Central 1.24 

Middle Atlantic 1.14 South Atlantic 1.20 Mountain .' . 1.26 

East North Central. .. 1.16 East South Central .. . 1.22 Pacific 1.28 

IK Amusements — Geographic division by kind of business, 1948: Establishments, receipts, 

pay roll, and personnel 1.30 

New England 1.30 West North Central. . . 1.33 West South Central 1.36 

Middle Atlantic 1.31 South Atlantic 1.34 Mountain 1.37 

East North Central. . . i.32 East South Central. . . 1.35 Pacific 1.38 

IL Personal, Business, and Repair Services — Geographic division and State, 1948: 

Establishments, receipts, pay roll, and personnel 1.39 

IM Amusements — Geograjrfaic division and State, 1948: Establishments, receipts, pay roll, and 

personnel 1.40 

IN Hotels — Geographic division and State, 1948: Establishments, gniest rooms, receipts, pay 

roll, and personnel 1.41 

IP Tourist Courts — Geographic division and State, 1948: Establishments, rental units, re- 
ceipts, pay roll, and personnel 1.42 

IQ, Selected Services — Kind of business, by geo^Taphic division and State, 1948: Establishments 

and receipts » 1.43 

IR Amusements — Kind of business, by geographic division and State, 1948: Establishments 

and receipts 1.52 

IS Selected Services — Kind-of -business groups, by standard metropolitan area, 1948: Estab- 
lishments and receipts 1.55 

P. 0. - 12 - S - F. 0. 1-01 



1.02 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES-GENERAL STATISTICS 



Tabic 1 A.— SELECTED SERVICES— UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948 AND 1939 

ESTABUSHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Kind of business 



Establuhmencs 



Recapu, entire year 
(Thousand dollarsl 



1939 



Pay roll, entire year 
(Thousatui dollars) 



1918 



Paid employees, workweek 

ended nearest Nov. 15 

(Number) 



1948 



1939 



Active propnetofs 
(Number) 



November 
1948 



SELECTED SERVICES 

Personal, business, and repair services 

AmuBeaentB^ 

Hotels 

Tourist courts and camps 

PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES 
Personal services , total 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops ccniblned 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing Dlants (exc. rug cleaning) 

Synthetic solvent 

Petroleum solvent ,. 

Both synthetic and petroleum solvent 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

?uneral service, crematories 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laundries 

With cleaning and dyeing 

Without cleaning and dyeing 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply service 

With power laundry 

Without power laundry 

Diaper service 

With power laundry 

Without power laundry 

Laundries (exc. power) 

Photographic studios (Inc. commercial 

photography)' 

Photographic studios (exc. commercial 

photography) 

Connercial photography 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair shops. . . 

Pressing, alteration, etc. (exc. fur) 

Pur repair and storage shops 

Shoe repair shops, ahoe shine parlors, 

hat cleaning 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoe shine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Self-service laundries 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 

Costume and dress suit rental agencies... 

Turkish baths, massage parlors 

Other misc. personal services, n.e.c 

Electrolysis 

Misc. personal services, n.e.c 

Business services, total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising service 

Miscellaneous advertising service 

Consumer credit reporting agencies, etc 

DupllcatingjaddresBlng, blueprinting, etc 

Duplicating, addressing, etc., 

stenographic 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 

mailing list 

Public stenographic agencies, court 

reporting 

Blueprinting, photoatatlng services 

Qnployment agencies, private 

News syndicates 

Services to dwellings and other buildings.... 

Disinfecting, exterminating service 

Window cleaning service 

Klscellaneoua services to dwellings, etc... 

fiuslneea services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only). 
Coin-operated machine rental and 

repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decomting service 

Photo finishing laboratories 

Sign painting ahops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other buslnees services, n.e.c 

See footnotes at end of table. 



559,559 
50,347 
29,650 
25,919 



169,081 



91,993 

7i,497 

2,591 

25.534 



J^.Olt 

4,757 

18,491 

769 

1,517 



19-18? 



6,783 

2,840 

3,555 

388 

1,176 
561 
615 

384 

318 

66 

10,839 



11,549 
3,163 



45,554 
2,334 



39,763 
2,962 
1,426 

12,762 



8,523 
4,239 

510 
1,305 
2,424 

318 
2,106 

32.007 



3,279 

798 

1,909 

2,652 

3,102 



2,430 
1,394 



1,036 
672 



2,231 
77 



1,3?3 

1,260 

670 



675' 

1,302 
603 
601 

1,703 

4,283 
367 
279 

4,828 



570, 057 
44,917 
27,987 
13,521 



389,726 



8,578,162 

2,349,601 

2,172,756 

195,505 



2,973,593 
998, 079 
863,155 
36,722 



1,821,584 



2,871,214 

610,034 

660,004 

22,604 



1,582,532 



911,248 

225,481 

243,228 

4,226 



571,610 



1,342,496 

341,931 

398,293 

16,972 



936,271 

223,687 

330,216 

6,938 



205,268 



117,998 
83,071 
4,199 

12.616 



11,604 
n.a. 
n.a. 
n.a. 

1,012 

18,196 

22.736 



404,441 

417,570 

22,987 

844,357 



461,271 



807.673 
139,587 
627,064 
41,022 

36, 684' 

572,355 



230,983 

231,670 

18,618 

193,316 



278,' 



126^012 

143,274 

9,696 

399,434 



137,374 



-•6,773 



n.a. 
n.a. 
'718 

n.a. 
n.a. 
n.a. 

15,245 



10,957 



913,036 
517,933 
318,031 
77,072 

238, 203 
174, 520 
63,683 

25,887 

23,408 

2,479 



192 . 698 
n.a. 
n.a. 
n.a. 

10,618 

261,617 

527.753 



395,155 
61.678 

303, 181 
20.296 

14,279 

90,019 

620.559 



5S;557 

74,496 
7,321 

83.982 



64, 509 

87, 290 

5,365 

210.026 



70,783 

104,501 

9,458 

87,421 



0,014 
n.a. 



3,968 

40,676 
249.062 



■"453,579 
n.a. 
n.a. 
n.a. 

n.a. 

n.a. 

'28,391 



n.a. 
n.a. 



45,783 



501,646 
293,222 
176,452 
31,972 

91,101 
75,549 
15,552 

10,061 

9,408 

653 



■'233,606 
n.a. 
n.a. 
n.a. 

n.a. 

n.a. 

■'7,941 

n.a. 
n.a. 
n.a. 

7,515 



203,867 
30,527 

162,841 
10,499 

6,159 

40, 726 

329.728 



272,495 

163,899 

94,334 

14, 262 

39,877 

33,699 

6,178 

4,685 

4,377 

308 



27, eCn 



83,970 
n.a. 
n.a. 
n.a. 

3,451 

33,122 

266.528 



'249, 181 
n.a 



n.a 

n.a 

'5,337 

n.a. 
n.a. 
n.a. 



16,045 



52,516 
2,180 



59,371 



147,118 
64,907 



365,661 



50,115 
7,968 
1,288 



320,148 
45,513 



218,800 



n.a. 
153,254 



140, 578 
12, 676 



35,993 
21,877 



67.704 



n.a. 
n.a. 



19,756 
•7,853 



n.a. 
n.a. 



202,176 
6,668 
9,956 

124,006 



106, 737 
8,210 
4,374 



59,197 
8,507 



36,409 



32,711 
1,166 
2,532 

31.555 



21^478 
2,294 



15.497 



37,488 
4,405 



35,024 



13,349 

1,133 
1,015 



19,191 
1,690 
2,019 

20, 978 



31,655 

3,369 



23,447 



18,939 
2,961 
1,547 

6,743 



n.a. 
417 
1,600 
n.a. 
n.a. 
'3,869 

26,188 



65,409 
58,597 
10,117 

9,867 
38,613 

1,340 
37, 273 

1,629,513 



4,070 
5,979 



'10,818 
486.912 



11,975 

19,580 
2,845 
3,181 

13,554 
271 

13,283 

701.226 



1,321 
1,648 

n.Q. 

n.a. 
'2,588 



10,379 
10,599 
1,216 
1,926 
7,457 
112 
7,345 

242,982 



n.a. 
1,031 
2,159 

n.a. 

n.a. 
'3,553 

143,491 



1,628 

679 

n.a. 

2,576 

3,262 



652,063 



394,872 
114,881 
142,310 



97,372 

46,844 

n.a. 

48,135 

35,310 



194,342 
38,405 

58,018 



53,546 

14,836 

n.a. 

23,238 

11,919 



72,975 



38,739 
10, 567 
23,669 

26,625 

17, 272 



16,936 
8,682 
n.a 

18,956 

1^949 



2,762 
1,433 



1,329 
50O 



1,424 
n.a. 



557 

823 
n.a. 

14,844 



43,637 



9,956 
41,632 



30,784 
70,421 



117,335 



22,349 
17,582 



4,767 
12,961 



20,561 
17,781 



2,780 
14,890 



10,271 
29,043 



7,941 
7,050 



891 
3,978 



2,777 
n.a. 



43; 4*7 
38,013 
35,855 



11,143 
11,781 



970 

1,554 

280 

461 

1,201 

5,391 

n.a. 

215 

'4,772 



14,535 

50,500 

18,786 

18,943 

88,839 

47,253 

7,469 

8,060 

287,387 



5,213 

30, 576 

4,128 

4,365 

16,111 

16,803 

n.a. 

3,059 

'148,211 



18,792 
21,855 
23,401 

211.272 



4,606 
6,895 



11,827 
10,429 



1,398 
5,445 



4,580 
5,476 



27,621 



9,820 

9,016 

804 
3,129 

1,994 



6,575 
9,711 
11,335 



3,447 

10,061 
11,680 
3,648 
34,019 
13,820 
3,583 
2,716 
138,298 



1,659 

5,852 

2,677 

783 

4,561 

3,488 

n.a. 

1,199 

'61,428 



2,231 

3,623 
6,874 
1,533 

14,277 
5,081 
2,187 
1,056 

51,569 



3,(536 
6,401 
n.a. 

73.937 



3,390 

4,381 

2,845 

751 

4,442 

3,296 

n.a. 

927 

'53,905 



574,610 
37,874 
26,411 
27,715 



95, 970 

75, 111 

2,978 

28.148 



26,601 

5.384 

20,399 

813 

1,547 

18,792 

18.674 



5,569 

2,201 

3,059 

309 

675 
396 
279 

333 
234 



14,410 



11, 227 
3,183 

49,783 



47,401 
2,332 

44,282 



39,701 
3,020 
1,561 

12,420 



8,593 
3,827 

533 
1,296 
1,998 

307 
1,691 

27,918 



2,469 

479 

1,482 

1,617 

3,082 



2,546 

1,445 

1,101 
536 

2,239 

34 

3,048 



1,0W 

1,325 

649 

13.468 



717 

1,391 
429 
616 

1,694 

4,585 
246 
261 

3,529 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 

Table 1 A.— SELECTED SERVICES— UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948 AND 1939— Continued 

ESTAflUSHMFNTS, RECEIPTS. PAY ROLL, AND PbR£ONNEL 



1.03 



Kind of buAtness 



Establishmenu 



1939 



Reoetpts. entuv year ^ 

(ThoiudnJ dollars) 



Pay roll, entire year 
(Thouiand dollan) 



I94« 



Paid employees, worlcweBk 

ended nearest Nov. 15 

(Htmlxr) 



Active propnetors • 
(Number) 



November 
194« 



PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AM) HEPAIB SERVICES— Con. 
Automobile repair services and garages, total... 



Automobile repair shops 

General automobile repair shops*. •. 
Battery and Ignition repair and 

service shops 

Glass replacement and repair shops. 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops* * 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair shops 



Autoimblle repair shops, n.e.c 

Bralce repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n*e*c.. 

Automobile rentals (without drivers) 



Automobile storage, parking*....... 

Storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile services (exc. repair)** 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n*e*c 

Miscellaneous repair services, total* 

Blacksmith shops* . *.. * 



Electrical repair shops 

Radio repair shops 

Rfifrlgerator service and repair shops* 
Other electrical repair shops 

Upholstery, furniture repair shops 

Wateh, clock, jewelry repair shops 



Miscellaneous repair shops 

Anaature rewinding shops 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops* 

Musical Instrument repair shops* 



Repair shops, n.e*c 

Lawn mower sharpening and repair shops* 
Saw, knife, and tool sharpening and 

repair shops ....* ...*** 

Sewing machine repair shops*...*....... 

Stove repair shops 

Taxidermists 

Typewriter repair shops* * 

Welding shops 

Other repair shops, n*e.c. 



8^.875 



60, U7 

1,890 
1,079 
2,567 

1,955 
10,425 

3,968 

751 

1,197 

2,020 

1,0U 
8,533 



2,606 
5,927 

1.125 



792 
333 

80.023 



8,249 
19.4/W 



12,558 
2,531 
4,351 

10,297 
12,750 

29.287 



2,023 
1,283 

560 

1,518 

789 

23,114 
774 

1,304 
488 
207 
211 
638 

3,536 
15,956 



78,881 



1,561,109 



440,892 



355,368 



97,514 



153,576 



96,424 



66.178 



51,827 

2,073 
n*a. 
1,300 
1,089 
2,215 
6,232 

1,442 
487 
41J 
'542 

648 
11.095 



1.272.036 



4,821 
6,274 



839,466 

30,398 
20,24B 
32,165 
36,267 
34,976 
188,298 

90,218 
18,067 
37,602 
34,549 

83,917 
190.347 



U5,479 
74,868 



228,214 

10,228 
n*a* 
6,220 
4,631 
8,222 

44,678 

13,437 
4,876 
5,040 

'3,521 

20,251 
102,070 



274,501 



70,315 
31,755 



158,640 

5,799 
3,677 
9,894 
8,254 
5,326 
58,730 

24,181 
4,621 

11,675 
7,885 

18,758 
55.990 



66,078 



43,461 

1,597 

n*a. 

1,731 

982 

1,064 

13,683 

3,560 

1,162 

1,572 

'826 

5,393 



25.154 



117.252 



65.501 



35,729 
20,261 

6.U9 



18,193 
6,961 

n.a. 



71,341 

2,560 
1,526 
4,179 
3,373 
2,408 
22,941 

8,924 
1,663 
3,996 
3,265 

6,208 
25.618 



14,294 
11,324 

4,498 



44,667 

1,724 

n.a* 

1,726 

976 

1,253 

12,297 

2,858 

900 

1,105 

'853 

4,046 
25.320 



16,508 
8,812 



960 
n.a* 

75.262 



10,375 
4,434 

947,351 



2,941 
n*a* 

224,205 



4,695 
1,424 

232,088 



389 
n*a. 

42,660 



3,880 
618 



1,557 
n.a. 



16,797 



10,732 
1,297 
3,615 

9,685 
12,485 

20,651 



44,411 
214,796 



22,567 



47,835 



978 
1,601 
2,168 
2,252 

982 

12,670 



1,451 
355 
365 
363 
618 

(«) 

'9,518 



100,679 
45,507 
68,610 

126,375 
86,401 

475,368 



60,472 
7,390 
3,617 

11,529 
5,534 

386,826 
2,385 

9,801 
3,961 
2,592 
1,570 
7,618 
36,854 
322,045 



21,687 
9,222 
16,926 

35,095 
29,902 

88,806 



7,466 



46,331 



12,873 
3,435 
3,809 
5,261 
1,946 

61,482 
n.a. 

3,875 

1,058 

977 

353 

2,322 

(») 

'52,397 



20,791 
9,958 
16,082 

30,107 
13,404 

134,280 



2,627 



7,338 



17,709 

549 

684 

1,815 

1,138 

112,335 
200 

2,4S2 

395 

572 

353 

1,651 

8,844 

97,838 



2,004 
2,338 
3,496 

6,915 
2,946 

22.334 



21.100 



3,733 
307 
249 
722 
231 

17,042 



882 
136 
173 
197 
423 
( = ) 
'15,231 



10,262 
3,928 
6,910 

13,966 
6,214 

50,104 



7.951 



6,458 
365 
340 
863 
598 

41,480 
119 

968 
196 
242 
191 
770 
3,434 
35,560 



2,342 
1,834 
3,275 

7,949 
2,977 

20.359 



3,163 
4B4 
349 
736 
233 

15,894 



706 
126 
223 
201 
458 
(") 
'14,180 



101,749 



94.297 



66,914 

2,057 
1,222 
2,827 
3,117 
1,964 
11,834 

4,362 

322 

1,311 

2,229 

533 
5.828 



1,918 
3,910 



763 
328 

84.375 



20.131 



12,935 
2,733 
4,463 

U,34« 
13,053 

30.982 



2,224 
1,300 

576 
1,633 

829 

24,420 
805 

1,352 
531 
232 
220 
633 

3,332 
16,765 



0,534 



55,339 

2,201 
n.a* 
1,466 
1,133 
2,363 
7,067 

1,472 

500 

424 

'543 

380 
8.126 



3,844 
4,282 



76,947 



17,266 
16. U2 



11,000 
1,410 
3,732 

10,261 
12,530 

20.743 



1,033 
1,621 
2,178 
2,248 
1,012 

12,656 
n.a. 

1,501 
361 
330 
364 
643 

(») 

'9,407 



» Proprietors of unincorporated businesses, 
n*a* Not available or not applicable* 
n*e*c* Not elsewhere classified* 

^ 1939 receipts include Federal, State, and local amusement, sales, and excise taxes collected directly from the customer and paid directly to the taxing agency* 

^ Includes motion picture theaters* 

^ Includes Industrial laundries, linen supply, and diaper service, with power laundry facilities* 

* Includes diaper service, without power laundry facilities* 

5 Includes self-service laundries and electrolysis establishments* 

* Includes miscellaneous advertising service, news syndicates, miscellaneous service to dwellings, etc*, and telephone answering service* 
' Includes glass replacement are! repair shops and automobile services, n*e.c. 

8 Included in custom industries with custom welders in 1939* 
' Includes lawn mower sharpening and repair shops* 



1.04 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table IB.— AMUSEMENTS -UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948 AND 1939 

ESTABLISHMFNTS, RfCElPTS. Pay RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Kind of business 



Establishments 
(Humbcr) 



Receipts (inc. taxes). 

entire year 

(Thousdnd dolldrsi 



1939 



Pay ro!l. entire year 
(Thousand doIUrj) 



19« 



Paid employees, workweek 

ended nearest Nov. 15 

(Nuitiberl 



1948 



1939 



Active propnetors* 
(>(umber) 



Novetnber 
1948 



Uni'.ed States / total. 



Motion picture theaters, total 

Motion picture theaters, re^^ar. 
Outdoor motion picture theaters.. 
Portable motion picture theaters. 



Bands, orchestras, and entertainers. 



Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total. 

Billiard and pool parlors 

Bowlin., alleys 



Dance hells, studios, and schools. 



Race track operation, total. 
Automobile 



Dog 

Horse 

Sports promoters and commercial operators, total. 



Baseball and football clubs, etc.. 
Baseball clubs (inc. promoters). 
Football clubs (inc. promoters). 
Stadiujns, athletic fields, etc.. 



Bathing- beaches.. 

Golf courses 

Ridin academies. 



Skating rinks 

Skating rinks, rcller. 
Skating rinks, ice.... 



Swimming- po-ls. 



Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c... 

Theaters and theatrical producers (exc. motion 
picture ) 

Misc. amusement and recreation services, total.. 

Amusement devices 

Amusement parks 

Shootiaj galleries 

Ccin-operated amusement device services 

Misc. amusement and recreation services, n.e.c. 



18, ..31 



320 
122 



2,026 



9,661 
i,505 



1,074 



589 

357 

21 

211 

261 
325 
709 

l,i24 

1,382 

42 

499 

2,711 
147 

1,587 
977 



6,308 



1,604 

368 

181 

2,447 

1,708 



44,917 



2,672,997 



998, ^9 



610,034 



225,481 



223,687 



15,115 
n.a. 
n.a. 

550 

17,644 



1,614,282 



n.a 



1,566,890 

46,838 

554 



12,998 
4,646 

2,191 



673,045 
n.a. 
n.a. 

4,946 

87,450 



293,872 

8,569 

70 

17,066 



n.a. 



131,583 
n.a. 
n.a. 

3,654 

23,239 



187,031 



65,927 
138,198 

37,205 

187,905 



38,631 
48,819 



14,156 
44,485 



12,413 
51,902 



8,615 

17,046 

162, 244 

193,333 



40,732 



n.a. 



817 
3,523 
31,198 

57,553 



5,892 
17,347 



4,498 
3,164 



181,222 
5,713 

96 

10,335 
76,543 



9,766 

.,777 



128,857 
n.a. 
n.a. 

3,778 

53,028 



9,930 
43,098 



8,388 
3,468 



132 
720 
7,312 



316 

325 

6,974 

17,196 



(?) 



n.a. 

276 
n.a. 

188 

344 



1,193 
1,134 

59 



n.a. 

247 

1,382 



130,797 
77,183 
12,000 
41,614 

4,078 
8,368 

5,197 

21,919 
18,475 
3,444 

7,338 

15,636 

426 

6,981 

8,229 



263,332 



n.a. 

24,940 

n.a. 

9,254 

1,994 

2,875 

8,243 
6,550 
1,693 



433 
1,944 



32,461 
n.a. 



1,093 

245 

324 

n.a. 

'2,294 



24,400 
42,048 
1,586 
99,191 
96,107 



7,314 

10,123 

850 

n.a. 

'70,751 



42,803 

28, 394 

5,464 

8,945 

1,014 
2,501 
1,145 

5,283 
4,254 
1,029 

1,838 

2,%9 

35 
1,000 
1,934 



56,803 
66,36' 



n.a. 

10,942 

n.a. 

1,930 



(') 



534 



2,144 

1,641 
503 



n.a. 
46 
276 



11,459 



n.a. 



4,703 
12,237 
339 
20,232 
23,858 



1,504 

2,997 

160 

n.a. 

'20,862 



8,885 
3,066 
1,047 
4,772 

200 
900 
698 

4,783 

4,042 

741 



,236 

15 

441 

830 



13,288 
21,326 



n.a. 
1,889 

n.a. 
3,499 

192 

1,115 

3,839 

3,172 

667 



n.a, 
36 
225 



,096 

2,708 

139 

7,265 

10,118 



543 

1,114 

181 

n.a. 

'7,908 



,978 
433 



1,742 
13,760 



9,588 
.4,172 



1,018 
85 



164 
34 



234 
252 
669 

1,409 

1,387 

22 

381 

2,760 
147 

1,617 
996 



1,236 
5,676 



1,083 

270 

140 

2,596 

1,587 



6,717 
n.a. 



831 
16,810 



12,773 
4,037 



2,029 
30 



36 

n.a, 

113 



(') 



1,112 

1,088 

24 

516 

n.a, 

247 

1,341 

n.a. 



705 

148 

255 

n.a. 

'1,969 



" Proprietors of unincorporated businesses, 
n.a. Hot available or not applicable, 
n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 

' Includes motion picture theaters. 

' Taxes consist of Federal, State, and local amusement, sales, and excise taxes collected directly from the customer and paid directly to the taxing agency. 

^ Out of scope of the Census in 1939. 

' Data for 1948 include legalized gambling operations; in 1939, such operations were out of scope of the Census. The 1948 and 1939 net revenues of pari-muluel betting at 

race tracks are included in the clasoif ication "Race track operation." 
' Includes outdoor motion picture theaters, portable irotion theaters, football clubs {inc. promoters), other coinmercial sports operators, n.e.c, and coin-operated amu.'^eiiient 
device services. Also includes statistics for the New York World's Fair and the Golden Gate International Exposition. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 1.05 

Tible 1 C— PERSONAL. BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948 AND 1939 



ESTABLISHMFNTS, RECEIPTS. PaY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Geognphic division and Sate 



Establtshmenu 


Recdpta, entire year 


Pay roll, entire year 


Paid employees, workweelt 
ended nearest Nov. 15 


Active proprietors " 


(Humbcr) 


{Thousand dollars) 


(Thmwarui dollars) 


(>iumberl 


iHumhcr) 






















194« 


1939 


1948 


1939 


194« 


1939 


1948 


1939 


1948 


1939 


559,559 


570,057 


8,578,162 


2,973,503 


2,871,214 


911,248 


1,342,496 


936,271 


574,610 


579,433 


38,709 


41,159 


507,270 


212,615 


158,981 


61,807 


79,199 


62,368 


38,210 


40,648 


141,838 


148,339 


2,395,360 


894,190 


838,066 


283,^70 


346,084 


243,709 


144,817 


152,706 


110,159 


117,180 


1,848,908 


655,299 


638,458 


202,478 


276, 381 


195,493 


112,836 


118,491 


53,593 


62,423 


652,463 


242,731 


189,848 


66,454 


98,285 


79,108 


55,805 


63,962 


58,652 


50,624 


879,003 


260,381 


305, 536 


85,040 


176,347 


111,416 


58,832 


49,663 


26,349 


24,908 


354,784 


102,023 


118,323 


31,315 


74,834 


45,324 


27,208 


25,013 


50,993 


49,043 


634,099 


186,079 


198,923 


54,091 


115,693 


76,450 


52,807 


50,305 


17,008 


16,632 


233,338 


73,816 


70,038 


20,708 


36, 176 


24,301 


17,999 


17,076 


02,258 


59,749 


1,072,937 


346,459 


353,041 


106,185 


139,497 


98, 102 


66,096 


61,569 


3,129 


3,705 


30,618 


12,750 


8,346 


3,083 


4,673 


3,537 


3,077 


3,664 


2,167 


1,964 


22,155 


8,503 


5,880 


2,187 


3,309 


2,450 


2,210 


2,027 


1,426 


1,525 


11,724 


5,388 


2,833 


1,086 


1,698 


1,308 


1,426 


1,537 


19,886 


22,672 


280,002 


124,298 


91,352 


37, 564 


45,294 


37, 381 


19, 385 


22,281 


3,771 


3,624 


45,102 


18,970 


13,986 


5,457 


6,866 


5,607 


3,740 


3,587 


8,330 


7,669 


117,669 


42,706 


36,584 


12,430 


17, 359 


12,085 


3,370 


7,552 


77,310 


85,139 


1,541,959 


589,080 


576,390 


193,657 


217,725 


151,911 


73,310 


88,813 


22,249 


21,364 


313,030 


111,899 


99,540 


35,345 


45,689 


34,266 


22,595 


20,818 


42,279 


41,836 


540,371 


193,211 


162,136 


54,168 


82,670 


57,532 


43,912 


43,075 


28,990 


31,183 


437,447 


157,156 


145,688 


46,211 


67,452 


46,929 


29,316 


31,503 


13,640 


14,826 


184,299 


58,162 


57,387 


15,923 


29,207 


19,017 


14,192 


15,249 


35,218 


39,057 


706,502 


263, 500 


259,680 


87, 577 


101,515 


77,892 


36,155 


39,564 


21, 376 


20, 567 


367,268 


122,476 


130,266 


38,423 


55,372 


. 35,952 


22,220 


20,473 


10,935 


11,547 


153,392 


54,005 


45,437 


14,344 


22,335 


15,703 


10,953 


11,702 


10,104 


11,904 


IX, 571 


53,132 


40,767 


14,478 


19,521 


15,112 


10,503 


12,367 


9,851 


11,756 


108,486 


40,845 


28,085 


9,605 


14,764 


12,222 


10,378 


12,177 


16,243 


18,070 


225,819 


85,968 


74,378 


27,533 


37,463 


30,953 


16,553 


18,153 


1,955 


2,263 


16,916 


5,709 


3,682 


1,174 


2,312 


1,583 


2,068 


2,314 


2,087 


2,617 


19,521 


7,044 


4,745 


1,484 


2,739 


2,245 


2,150 


2,662 


5,342 


6,832 


63,434 


23, 576 


16,143 


6,064 


9,040 


7,815 


5,639 


7,036 


8,011 


8,981 


83,716 


26,457 


22,048 


6,116 


12,446 


9,178 


3,514 


9,253 


1,193 


1,296 


15,609 


6,178 


4,794 


1,635 


2,521 


1,824 


1,180 


1,261 


7,910 


7,794 


121,055 


37,826 


40,056 


11,920 


20, 359 


14,178 


7,987 


7,752 


3,539 


3,626 


88,430 


36,547 


34,855 


13,812 


16,267 


13,145 


3,414 


3,534 


7,94-i 


7,075 


120,811 


35,646 


41,796 


11,598 


25,015 


15,839 


7,914 


6,371 


4,476 


4,403 


59, 395 


17,735 


19,541 


5,188 


10,836 


6,167 


4,443 


4,366 


9,571 


7,590 


129,426 


35,616 


45,859 


11,853 


30,051 


17,999 


9,873 


■ 7,543 


4,574 


4,041 


58,062 


15,656 


19,659 


4,963 


13,922 


8,135 


4,538 


3,966 


9,121 


7,603 


130,909 


36,852 


46,597 


11,834 


28,936 


18,454 


9,148 


7,332 


10,324 


7,196 


155,306 


38, 325 


52,379 


12,237 


28,440 


15,675 


10,335 


7,038 


6,806 


7,259 


93,329 


29,982 


28,560 


8,658 


16,654 


11,098 


7,321 


7,323 


7,960 


7,357 


123,577 


36,389 


43,253 


11,714 


26,189 


16, 557 


3,134 


7,505 


6,982 


5,971 


90,590 


22,666 


31,037 


7,054 


20,663 


11,333 


7,036 


5,847 


4,601 


4,321 


47,288 


12,986 


15,473 


3,889 


11,328 


6,336 


4,717 


4,338 


5,276 


5,239 


49,130 


15,530 


14,965 


4,081 


10,134 


6,347 


5,480 


5,356 


6,692 


6,198 


90,866 


28,046 


30,502 


9,115 


18,479 


12,701 


6,765 


6,160 


9,301 


9,555 


101,279 


31,498 


29,209 


8,663 


16,551 


12,211 


9,888 


9,337 


29,724 


28,051 


392,824 


111,005 


124,247 


32,232 


70,529 


45,191 


30,674 


23,952 


1,942 


2,384 


23,823 


9,477 


6,237 


2,258 


3,229 


2,390 


2,122 


2,494 


1,867 


1,829 


23,069 


7,420 


6,121 


1,814 


3,164 


2,245 


2,010 


1,925 


923 


1,078 


12,356 


4,112 


3,569 


1,019 


1,860 


1,238 


993 


1,133 


5,117 


5,576 


72,783 


24,610 


22,859 


7,394 


12,083 


8,824 


5,368 


5,703 


1,987 


1,439 


24,661 


5,537 


7,318 


1,522 


4,140 


2,109 


2,096 


1,406 


2,300 


1,641 


34,413 


9,521 


10,959 


2,808 


5,425 


3,360 


2,395 


1,639 


2,232 


2,127 


31,111 


9,913 


9,300 


2,948 


4,710 


3,318 


2,334 


2,144 


640 


558 


11,122 


3,226 


3,675 


945 


1,565 


817 


681 


532 


8,787 


8,936 


1>4,550 


43,666 


44,127 


13,179 


17,602 


12,474 


9,172 


9,045 


5,898 


5,291 


96,727 


26,626 


29,902 


7,624 


12,416 


8,003 


6,365 


5,423 


47,573 


45,522 


841,660 


276,167 


279,012 


85,382 


109,479 


77,625 


50, 559 


47,101 



United States, total 

Geographic divisions: 

New Engbnd 
Middle AtUntic 

East North Central 

West North Central 

South AtUnuc 

East South Central 

West South Central 

Mountain 

Paafic , - - 

New England: 

Mauie 

New Hampshire 

Vennont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut , , • ■ ■ 

Middle Atlantic: 

New Yorit 

New jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missoun 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georeia 

Florida 

East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain : 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Amona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

Oregon 

CaHfomia 



• Proprietors of unincorporated businesses. 



1.06 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 

Table 1 D.— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948 AND 193S 

Establishments, Receipts. Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



Establishments 
(?iumbcT) 



Rcccipti {inc. taxes), 

entire year 

(Thousand dolUrs) 



1948 



1939 



Pay roll, entire year 
(ThoiuanA dolhiTs) 



1948 



E^d employees, workw eek 

ended neareat Nov. 15 

CMumberl 



1948 



19J9 



Active proprietors* 
(Humber) 



November 
1948 



United States, total 

Geographic divisions: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

East North Central 

West North Central 

South Atlantic 

East South Central , 

West South Central , 

Mountain 
Pacific 

New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont '. . 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Netnaska 

Kansas. . . , 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Geoceia 

Florida 

East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada* 

Pacific. 

Washington 

Oregon 

Calitoniia 



50,347 



«,917 



2,672,997 



998,079 



610,034 



341,931 



3,206 
9,695 
10,588 
5,698 
6,298 
3,074 
5,112 
2,013 
4,663 



389 
268 

184 

1,402 

287 

676 



4,687 
1,566 
3,442 



2,917 
1,363 
2,681 
2,623 
1,004 



992 
1,071 
1,602 
247 
333 
609 
844 



132 
793 
201 
967 
595 

1,088 
497 
875 

1,150 



767 
936 
803 
568 



772 

714 

1,023 

2,603 



222 
249 

131 
511 
274 
251 

as 

120 



839 

533 
3,291 



3,042 
8,434 
8,831 
5,801 
5,518 
2,469 
4,803 
2,131 
3,888 



495 
211 
167 
1,347 
206 
616 



^4,477 
1,147 
2,810 



2,454 
1,386 
2,325 
1,825 
841 



1,066 
1,260 
1,326 
256 
333 
687 
873 



112 
614 
185 
798 
551 
1,028 
493 
803 
934 



730 
736 
578 
425 



644 

510 

1,030 

2,619 



295 
250 
204 
585 
243 
215 
282 
57 



646 

420 

'2,822 



184,392 
721,718 
54«,208 
194,689 
290,454 
101,346 
176,748 
106,971 
354,471 



11,348 
12,295 
4,633 
100,971 
20,894 
34,251 



450,093 
100,422 
171,203 



143,621 

56,554 

192,957 

105,291 

43,785 



41,681 
35,077 
61,595 
5,856 
7,979 
17,788 
24,713 



8,142 
46,287 
23,267 
39,376 
24,508 
33,690 
14,456 
29,472 
71,256 



32,118 
31,332 
24,454 
13,442 



17,377 

31,053 

27,957 

100,361 



7,941 
9,540 
4,494 
21,167 
8,161 
U,977 
11,934 
31,757 



43,090 
24,872 
286,509 



73,443 

309,131 

202,197 

74,252 

97,472 

32,382 

58,738 

27,775 

122,689 



5,191 
5,002 
2,031 

38,596 
7,629 

14,994 



'206,883 
34,983 
67,265 



51,352 
21,722 
75,457 
35,987 
17,679 



16,328 
15,401 
22,535 
2,324 
2,386 
6,387 
8,391 



2,391 
16,017 

9,963 
13,018 

9,215 
12,161 

4,880 
10,144 
19,683 



10,829 
9,875 
7,022 
4,656 



5,436 
9,961 
10,435 
32,906 



3,686 
3,309 
2,218 
6,833 
2,963 
3,307 
4,374 
1,085 



13,495 

8,438 

'100,756 



39,659 
178,430 
125,103 
40,396 
61,414 
19,660 
34,652 
28, UO 
82,610 



2,121 
2,476 
801 
22,817 
4,193 
7,251 



122,636 
20,152 
35,642 



33,479 
11,645 
45,145 
25,551 
9,283 



9,278 
6,276 
15,228 
785 
1,369 
3,232 
4,228 



1,549 
10,001 
6,833 
8,263 
4,183 
6,993 
2,572 
6,230 
14,790 



6,205 
6,278 
4,718 
2,459 



2,964 
6,437 
5,436 
19,815 



1,360 
1,796 
701 
4,190 
1,306 
2,136 
2,372 
14,249 



9,706 

5,174 

67,730 



15,870 
74,583 
46,538 
15,625 
21,137 

6,584 
11,303 

5,257 
28,584 



985 

906 

370 

8,753 

1,684 

3,172 

'52,436 
7,580 
14,567 



11,909 
4,437 

18,130 
8,205 
3,857 



3,482 
2,780 
5,799 
427 
576 
1,144 
1,417 



522 
3,622 
2,515 
2,815 
1,724 
2,602 
1,0U 
2,113 
4,210 



2,202 

2,195 

1,407 

780 



931 
1,897 
2,088 
6,387 



736 
620 
405 
1,292 
451 
601 
942 
210 



3,188 

1,920 

'23,476 



24,696 
81,764 
79,082 
30, 579 
36,625 
14,208 
23,801 
14,367 
36,809 



1,628 
1,912 
741 
12,885 
2,654 
4,876 



47,068 

9,911 

24,785 



21,464 
9,226 
23,713 
17,371 
7,308 



6,727 
5,804 
8,678 
887 
1,325 
3,072 



795 
6,038 
3,398 
5,425 
2,931 
4,863 
1,876 
4,148 
7,151 



4,284 
4,141 
3,715 
2,068 



2,338 
4,301 
3,986 
13,176 



1,116 
1,384 
654 
2,756 
1,144 
1,636 
1,784 
3,893 



5,583 

3,042 

28,184 



16,807 
56,732 
49,139 
20,542 
25,106 

8,257 
15,278 

7,780 
24,046 



1,491 
752 
569 
8,224 
2,098 
3,673 



'33,267 
6,906 
16,559 



12,726 
5,555 

16,767 
9,222 
4,869 



4,3U 
4,4U 
5,482 
689 
973 
2,168 
2,505 



617 
5,162 
2,181 
3,632 
2,107 
3,473 
1,476 
2,803 
3,655 



2,546 
2,497 
1,831 
1,383 



1,306 
2,296 
2,876 
8,800 



1,202 
968 
648 

1,924 
637 
881 

1,242 
278 



3,365 

2,229 

'18,452 



2,038 
7,198 
8,479 
4,808 
4,368 
2,219 
3,577 
1,534 
3,653 



263 

178 
127 
843 
177 
450 



3,190 
1,104 
2,904 



2,202 
1,112 
2,080 
2,349 
736 



848 
896 
1,313 
218 
285 
527 
721 



580 
104 
676 
448 
753 
351 
569 
8U 



604 
666 
537 
412 



583 

477 

799 

1,718 



170 
162 
104 
379 
207 
200 
198 
114 



688 

443 

2,522 



33,971 



2,157 
6,056 
7,087 
4,875 
3,658 
1,800 
3,656 
1,713 
2,969 



413 
132 
127 
398 

126 
441 



'3, no 

734 
2,212 



1,888 
1,128 
1,858 

1,543 
670 



945 
1,053 
1,074 
224 
267 
571 
741 



73 
424 
110 
502 
374 
703 
328 
497 
647 



582 
SU 
399 

305 



51/4 

321 

835 

1,986 



234 
186 
190 
4«9 
200 
152 
227 
55 



451 

352 

'2,166 



sales, and excise taxes collected from the customer and paid directly to the taxing agency. 



• Proprietors of unincorporated businesses. 
^ Includes action picture theaters. 
^ Taxes consist of Federal, state and local amusement, 
' Includes statistics for the New York World's Fair. 

* Data for 1948 include legalized gambling operations; In 1939, such operations were out of scope of the Census. 
' Includes statistics for the Golden Gate International Exposition. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1.07 



Tabic 1 E.— 


HOTELS— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948 

Establishments, Guest Rooms, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 


'VND 193< 


) 








Hotels 


Guest rooms 
(>{uml>er) 


Receipts, entire year 
[Thcnuand dollars) 


Pay roll, entire year 
(TItoiisanJ dollars) 


Active propnctors* 
CHumhcr) 




1948 


1939 


1948 


19J9 


1948 


1939 


1948 


1939 


November 
1948 


1939 




29,650 


27,987 


1,549,823 


1,444,390 


2,172,756 


863,155 


660,004 


243,228 


26,411 


24,018 


Geographic divisions: 


2,192 
5,058 
4,545 
3,303 
3,697 
1,035 
2,705 
2,322 
4,793 


1,523 
4,346 
4,035 
3,410 
3,192 
1,049 
2,994 
2,565 
4,873 


94,233 
342,628 
286,264 
145,270 
187,590 

47,838 
110,826 

85,233 
249,941 


68,846 
300,700 
271,170 
146,604 
154,398 

44,756 
103,906 

89,907 
259,103 


143,273 
610,165 
418,125 
170,445 
268,231 
67,471 
132,472 
105,604 
256,969 


49,399 

254,040 

163,724 

72,796 

97,712 

26,961 

53,570 

37,145 

102,308 


42,572 
194,325 
131,221 
49,716 
75,285 
18,379 
37,456 
30,841 
79,709 


14,119 
73,581 
52,522 
19,507 
24, 336 

6,680 
13,175 

9,325 
29,383 


1,810 
4,615 
3,949 
3,115 
3,094 
363 
2,231 
2,252 
4,482 


1,239 




3,719 




3,237 




3,022 




2,527 




836 


WMt &»uth Central 


2,636 




2,331 


PioSc 


4,421 


New England : 


462 
460 
221 
665 
96 
288 

2,664 
1,170 
1,224 

766 

522 

1,259 

1,136 

862 

818 
442 
818 
219 
194 
347 
465 

71 
262 
100 
447 
255 
405 
196 
346 
1,615 

308 
323 
2U 
190 

3X9 

287 

607 

1,492 

398 
220 
208 
652 
237 
266 
138 
153 

781 

468 

3,544 


402 
241 
129 
494 
55 
201 

2,320 

951 

1,075 

801 
507 
1,192 
865 
670 

804 
509 
828 
232 
194 
384 
459 

38 
211 

91 
410 
244 
373 
144 
353 
1,328 

319 
317 
240 
173 

334 
285 

673 
1,702 

492 
275 
218 
722 
229 
236 
233 
160 

983 

494 

3,396 


17,699 
15,446 

6,670 
35,302 

4,822 
14,294 

220,637 
60,322 
61,669 

52,389 
26,796 
117,284 
53,929 
30,366 

33,479 
21,082 
45,621 
7,648 
6,535 
14,348 
16,557 

1,981 
11,159 
16,699 
19,339 
11,453 
18,805 

7,877 
17,878 
81,899 

13,311 

16,427 

9,386 

8,714 

12,094 
12,452 
23,308 
62,972 

13,673 
7,460 
7,928 

25,525 
7,216 
9,479 
7,561 
6,391 

42,243 

23,389 

184,309 


15,463 
9,089 
4,725 

27,422 
3,026 
9,121 

202,181 
45,592 
52,927 

51,704 
26,631 
111,936 
54,440 
26,409 

36,685 
22,330 
41,877 
7,143 
6,727 
15,311 
16,031 

1,477 
9,479 
14,114 
17,149 
11,247 
15,745 
6,285 
16,145 
62,757 

12,613 
15,480 
9,098 

7,565 

11,784 
11,109 
23,008 
63,005 

16,433 
8,778 
8,521 

26,488 
6,775 
3,861 
8,726 
5,325 

50,747 

24,521 

183,835 


17,975 
15,096 

8,313 
70, 503 

8,481 
22,900 

409,571 
83,655 
115,939 

92, 320 
35,606 
171,403 
73,946 
44,850 

40,690 
23,782 
59,321 
8,368 
5,841 
17,334 
14,610 

4,633 
19,353 
40,931 
32,091 
14,630 
21,987 

9,676 
25,109 
99,811 

19,186 
23,623 
13,285 

11, 377 

13,329 
22,953 
17,751 
78,439 

12,498 
9,309 
8,039 

24,316 
7,832 

14,606 
8,470 

20,484 

32,207 

19,831 

204,881 


6,493 
4,315 
2,949 
26,793 
3,109 
6,235 

183,215 
27,253 
43,572 

38,247 
15,078 
69,164 
29,137 
17,093 

19,030 
11,701 
22,608 
2,995 
2,517 
7,334 
6,111 

2,095 

8,192 

17,360 

11,658 

6,025 

3,750 

3,664 

9,696 

30,272 

7,939 
10,029 
4,784 
4,159 

5,620 
9,541 
6,765 
31,644 

4,876 
3,469 
3,394 
9,097 
3,650 
6,278 
3,390 
2,991 

14,536 

8,010 

79,762 


4,796 
3,962 
2,304 
22,004 
2,660 
6,846 

134,701 
24,322 
35,302 

29,902 
10,539 
57,843 
20,627 
12,305 

12,090 
6,991 

13,434 
1,857 
1,439 
4,985 
3,920 

1,380 
5,663 

13,465 
9,619 
4,622 
5,337 
2,629 
6,570 

25,495 

5,480 
6,683 
3,606 
3,110 

3,632 

6,478 

5,412 

21,934 

3,266 
3,279 
2,158 
6,690 
2,058 
4,392 
2,599 
6,399 

10,613 

6,212 

62,879 


1,527 
1,062 

726 
7,949 

971 
1,884 

53,732 
7,305 
12,544 

12,356 
4,285 

22,648 
8,630 
4,553 

5,499 
2,909 
6,833 
597 
555 
1,817 
1,397 

497 
2,242 
5,222 
2,912 
1,397 
1,924 

825 
2,264 
5,553 

2,239 
2,355 

i,ia 

965 

1,313 
2,454 
1,743 
7,665 

1,193 
995 
713 

2,420 
834 

1,484 
927 
758 

4,452 

2,250 

23,181 


411 
459 

173 

454 

76 

237 

2,324 
1,112 
1,179 

553 

439 

1,003 

1,129 

325 

832 
393 
703 
226 
168 
328 
460 

72 
231 

63 
353 
197 
319 
155 
270 
1,434 

281 
263 
173 
146 

309 

221 

530 

1,171 

430 
203 
202 
669 
226 
213 
173 
136 

712 

502 

3,268 


363 






















Middle AUandc: 


1,870 




359 


Pennsylvania 

East North Geotnl: 

Ohio 


625 








880 


West North Central-. 


747 
581 

723 




471 


w- _ 


670 




222 




168 


Nebnab 

Kansu 

South Atlantic: 

■ Dthwirc 

Maryland 


354 

414 

32 

180 
56 


Virginia 


323 
183 




308 




110 




290 




1,045 




232 


Akbuoa 


257 
205 
142 




312 


Othbana 


242 

606 

1,476 


Mountain: 


485 




243 


Wyoming 


194 
676 
184 


Anaona 

Uoh 

Nevada 


190 
211 
148 


Padflc. 


913 




456 


C»tfomia 


3,052 


• Proprietors of unincorporated lusinesses. 























1.08 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES-GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table IF.— TOURIST COURTS— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE; 1948 AND 1939 

ESTABUSHMENTS, RbNTAL UnITS, RECEIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Geographic diViaioQ and State 



Establishments 



Rental units 
iHumber) 



1948 



Receipts, entire year 
(Thousand dollars) 



1948 



Pay roU, entire year 
(Thousand dollan) 



Active propnetors * 

CNumbcr) 



November 
1948 



United Sutes, total 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Central 
Mountain 
Paa£c 



New England 

Maine 

New Hampshire. 

Vermont 

Massachusetts. . - 
Rhode Island . - . 
Connecticut ... 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 
Pennsylvania. 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michi^n 

Wisconsin 



West North Central : 

Minnesota 

Io>:rt 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South C^tota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic : 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 



East South Central ; 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain - 

Mtmtana 
Idaho - 
Wyoming , . . . 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 



Pacific: 

Washington 

Oregon 

Califomia. . . 



303,900 



36,722 



1,700 
1,683 
3,184 
2,750 
2,999 
899 
3,136 
3,789 
5,779 



<;16 
547 
220 
363 
41 
113 



1,034 
243 
406 



413 
280 
296 
1,441 
749 



1,063 
308 
542 



224 
217 
335 



36 

166 

1 

319 

77 

300 

> 161 

319 

1,600 



222 
362 
166 
149 



456 

253 

411 

2,016 



392 
289 
270 
1,031 
537 
703 
290 
277 



901 
1,189 
3,689 



927 
890 
1,286 
1,730 
1,193 
421 
1,912 
2,036 
3,126 



17,541 
18,267 
27,310 
27,245 
36,418 
11,611 
44,211 
51,960 
69,337 



11,337 
11,328 
10,329 
16,877 
14,048 
4,476 
23,868 
27,722 
39,661 



7,557 
3,386 
13,410 
16,390 
26,262 
9,327 
29,905 
35,944 
47,824 



2,114 
1,410 
1,766 
3,146 
3,932 
1,523 
5,965 
6,668 
10,198 



712 
839 
1,137 
1,661 
3,412 
1,421 
4,544 
4,032 
4,796 



449 

165 

96 

155 

10 

52 



688 
73 
124 



151 
146 
146 
436 

407 



765 

194 

310 

23 

164 
130 

144 



174 
57 

125 
66 

141 

562 



98 
162 
71 
90 



204 

102 

214 

1,392 



246 
163 
151 
571 
274 
370 
U8 
123 



517 

528 

2,081 



4,169 
5,487 
2,418 
3,828 
440 
1,199 



10,939 
3,026 
4,302 



4,219 
2,555 
3,086 
11,628 
5,822 



8,817 
2,950 
5,398 
700 
2,749 
2,657 
3,974 



363 

2,274 

156 

4,382 

• 854 

3,654 

2,377 

3,974 

18,384 



2,525 
4,672 
2,136 
2,278 



4,804 
3,997 
4,702 
30,708 



4,776 
3,252 
5,214 
11,999 
7,765 
9,703 
5,085 
4,166 



10,078 
10,843 
43,416 



6,038 

2,087 

919 

1,661 

123 

489 



8,905 

970 

1,453 



1,183 
1,187 
1,354 
3,493 
3,112 



6,349 
1,875 
3,127 
306 
2,120 
1,543 
1,557 



72 
788 

2,062 
561 

1,192 
726 

1,429 

7,218 



806 
1,669 

775 
1,026 



1,995 
1,188 
2,173 
18,512 



2,888 
1,947 
3,466 
6,411 
3,598 
5,313 
2,370 
1,729 



6,317 

5,496 

28,048 



1,665 

2,356 

972 

1,792 

190 

582 



4,598 
1,705 
2,583 



2,802 
1,514 
2,077 
4,721 
2,296 



4,077 
1,839 
3,939 
460 
1,555 
1,993 
2,527 



224 
2,029 

143 
4,270 

391 
2,364 
1,503 
3,078 
12,255 



1,962 
3,730 
2,012 
1,623 



3,003 

3,064 

2,883 

20,955 



2,953 
1,926 
3,492 
7,454 
5,302 
6,894 
3,993 
3,930 



6,307 
7,039 
34,478 



951 
456 
237 
352 
16 
102 



1,026 
154 
230 



247 
218 
224 
513 
559 



1,058 
310 
756 
56 
273 
322 
366 



16 
245 

763 
109 
334 
155 
513 
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224 
662 
275 
362 



559 

425 

410 

4,571 



500 

421 

792 

1,113 

1,073 

1,267 

346 

656 



993 
1,275 
7,930 



148 
198 
106 
186 

17 
57 



325 
266 
248 



328 
138 
218 
283 
170 



330 
144 
505 
47 
192 
215 
228 



19 
249 

39 
543 

28 

336 

202 

417 

1,579 



267 
553 
313 
288 



392 

568 

301 

3,283 



304 
128 
420 
588 
598 
810 
729 
505 



517 

440 

3,839 



258 
110 
176 
366 
557 
223 
801 
7X 
996 



128 
49 
31 
43 

1 
6 



126 
23 

107 
4 
28 
36 
37 



98 
13 
50 
25 
81 
262 



51 

61 

38 

651 



49 

35 

71 

80 

125 

142 

152 



72 
94 
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1,812 
1,366 
3,508 
2,934 
3,207 
889 
2,968 
4,069 
6,412 



457 
591 
218 
378 
52 
116 



1,146 
245 
475 



429 
330 
317 
1,637 
795 



1,184 
333 
583 
67 
212 
237 
368 



39 
186 

333 
78 
304 
173 
315 
1,779 



220 
357 
165 
147 



473 

213 

422 

1,860 



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293 
298 
1,160 
527 
748 
290 
313 



934 
1,503 
3,975 



973 
921 
1,290 
1,655 
1,172 
385 
1,745 
1,939 
3,235 



461 
170 
106 
168 
12 
56 



725 
73 

123 



153 
152 
151 
431 
403 



730 
201 
310 
20 
144 
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131 



166 
50 

118 
64 

139 

568 



97 

Ul 
68 
79 



207 

98 

199 

1,241 



257 
153 
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595 
256 
346 
118 
122 



523 

592 

2,120 



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Table 1 H.— AMUSEMENTS -UNITED STATES. BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948 



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ESTABUSHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments 



[Humber) 



Receipts 
(exc, taxes), 
enure year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Taxes 



{Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



{Thousand 
dollars) 



Unincorporated 
businesses 



Active 
proprie- 
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November 

(Numbfr) 



Unpaid 

family 

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November 

{^(uTtiber) 



Paid emnloyees, workweek 
ended nearest — 



N4arch 15 
{Humher) 



July 15 
(Number) 



Nov. 15 
(Number) 



Pay roll, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March 15 
(Dollars) 



July 15 
(Dollars) 



Nov. 15 
(Dollari) 



United States, total. 



Motion picture theaters, total 

Motion pu'lurc cheaters, regular 

Outdoor motion picture theaters 

Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total . 

Billiard and pool parlors . 
Bowling alleys 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation, total 

Automobile 

Dog : 

Hocse 



Sports promoters and commercial operators, total 

Badeball and tbothalt clubs, athletic belds, sports procnoters 

Baseball clubs (inc. promoters) 

Football clubs (inc. promoters) 

Stadiums, athletic fields, promoters of boxing, wrestling, and other 
athletic events 



Bathing beaches 

Golf cxDurses 

Riding academies 

Slcaang nnks 

Skating nnks, toiler 

Skating nnks, ice 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n. e. c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals . . 

Other commercial sports operators, n. e. c 

Theaters and theatrical producers (exc. motloii picture) . 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, total - 

Amusement devices 

Amusement parks 

Shooting gallcnes 

Coin-operated amusement device services. . . .' 

Miscellaneous amusement and lecreation services, n. e. c 



X Withheld to avoid disclosure, 
n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 

^ Includes motion picture theaters. 



50,347 



2.349,601 



323,396 



17,458 



318,419 



348,183 



341,931 



I0,3t>2,72e 



12,644^66 



11,551,185 



6,004 



179,420 



185,324 



187,031 



17,689 
820 
122 

2,026 

14,166 



1,312,013 

40,385 

482 



9,661 
4,505 

1,074 

198 



112 

15 

71 

6,518 



589 
357 
21 



261 
325 
709 

1,424 

1,382 

42 

499 

2,711 

147 

1,587 

977 

1,426 
6^308 



1,604 

368 

181 

2,447 

1,708 



65,485 
137,276 

32,998 

177,032 



254,877 

6,453 

72 

U) 
1,364 



442 
922 

4,207 

10,673 



293,872 

8,569 

70 

17,066 

64,315 



7,434 
16,278 
153,320 
169,964 



1,181 

768 

8,924 

23,369 



12,413 
51,902 

9,379 



7,978 

433 

77 

1,742 

13,760 



817 

3,523 

31,198 

57,553 



9,588 
4,172 

1,018 

85. 



5,607 
316 
81 

122 

3,448 



177,621 

1,701 

98 

8,308 

69,959 



176,493 

8,652 

179 

9,208 

33,519 



181,222 

5,713 

96 

10,335 

76,543 



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2,007 
1,441 

S65 

22. 



18 
5,869 



31 

2 

4,420 



8,963 
60,996 

7,937 

A.959 



139 
986 
3,834 
15,987 



8,540 
24,979 

8,525 

17,708 



9,766 
66,777 

8,597 

7,615 



4333,593 
52,679 
1,184 

281,620 

1/21,064 



5,812,060 



1,654 

1,554 

14,500 

36,986 



316 

325 

6,974 

17,196 



240,358 
1480,706 



345,992 



% 568,722 

241,614 

1,724 

335,726 

771,468 



5,732,102 



4,713 
64,476 
276,803 
700,949 



233,028 
538,440 

191,488 

U95.875 



5,555,477 

175,572 

1,053 

367,166 

1,553,552 



37,548 

97,242 

1^61,085 

1.582,360 



265,290 
1,288,262 

194,177 

593,890 



7,730 

19,988 

566,172 

943,832 



110,655 
65,062 
10,239 



3,849 
3,304 
5,180 

19,775 

16,770 

3,005 

6,670 

15,531 

422 

6,915 

8,194 

133,902' 

251,555 



22,953 
38,660 
1,581 
97,460 
90,901 



20,142 

12,121 

1,761 



229 
64 
17 

2,144 

1,705 

439 



11,777 



1,447 
3,383 
5 
1,731 
5,206 



42,803 
28,394 
5,464 

8,945 

1,014 
2,501 
1,145 

•5,283 
4,254 
1,029 

1,838 
2,969 
35 
1,000 
1,934 

56,803. 
66,369 



164 
34 



234 
252 
669 

1,409 

1,387 

22 

381 

2,760 
147 

1,617 
996 

1,236 

5,676 



277 
157 
460 

1,237 

1,229 

8 

371 

1,833 

69 

1,269 

545 

143 

2,423 



7,383 

2,452 

113 

5,313 

200 
741 
627 

4,584 
3,905 

679 

505 

1,447 

16 

418 

1,013 

12,750 

19,099 



22,415 

20,135 

175 

2,105 

1,761 

1,959 

830 

3,657 

3,424 

233 

3,227 

3,137 

50 

1,207 

1,880 

11,035 

45,828 



4,703 
12,237 
339 
20,232 
28,358 



1,083 

270 

140 

2,596 

1,587 



704 
221 
56 
555 
887 



825 
2,626 

146 
7,082 
8,420 



6,015 

15,802 

272 

3,145 
15,594 



3,835 
3,066 
1,047 

4,772 

200 
900 
693 

4,733 
4,042 

741 

444 

1,236 

15 

441 

330 

13,283 

21,326 



1,096 

2,708 

139 

7,265 

10,113 



479,379 
181,393 
13,336 



6,726 
29,609 
19,462 

108,178 
84,495 
23,683 

15,034 

42,561 

293 

11,701 

30,567 

1A33,253 

913,338 



28,952 

99,892 

5,859 

367,306 

411,329 



V 56, 906 

1,060,183 

20,699 



52,238 
75,903 
25,421 

84,832 
74,691 

10,141 

93,283 

93,777 

1,572 

38,262 

53,943 

927,191 

1.828,298 



208,390 
486,897 
10,422 
411,986 
710,603 



710,493 
166,272 
305,439 

233,732 

6,775' 
36,195 
21,933 

115,512 
36,672 
23,840 

12,090 

40,834 

339 

14,452 

26,093 

1,139,381 

1,027,035 



36,310 

101,026 

5,333 

385,079 

499,287 



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1.16 



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1.17 




1.18 



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Table 1 K.—AMUSEMENTS'-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948 



NEW ENGLAND 

ESTABUSHMENTS. RECEIPTS, PaV RolL, AND PERSONNEL 



Kind of business 



Establish- 


Receipts 




Pay roll. 


Unincorporated 
businesses 


I^d employees, workweek 
ended nearest — 


Pay roll, workweek 
ended nearest — 


Active 


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ments 


entire year 




entire year 


propne- 
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family 
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March IS 


July 15 


Nov. 15 


March 15 


July 15 


Nov. IS 


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(Thcmsand 
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(Thousand 
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(Tbousdrui 
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November 
(Number) 


November 
(Xumber) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


(Dolbrs) 


(DolUrs) 


(Dollorl) 


3,206 


162,870 


21,522 


39,659 


2,033 


806 


22,412 


25,955 


24,696 


623,353 


932^37 


735,747 


912 


90.941 


16.807 


19.584 


250 


113 


11,836 


11.315 


12,151 


351.919 


363.489 


370.943 


SIS 


89, Si's 


16)547 


19,181 


239 


113 


11,821 


11,388 


11,907 


351,260 


350,665 


364;4i2 


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1,878 


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936 


74 


6 


490 


525 


517 


13,397 


15,823 


15,317 


1,022 


11,960 


40 


4,236 


877 


182 


6,560 


2,520 


6,832 


103,958 


43.019 


109.186 


3i6 


i;702 


4 


288 


386 


•>6 


273 


199 


273 


6,109 


4,774 


6,012 


636 


10,258 


36 


3,948 


491 


106 


6,232 


2,321 


6,559 


97,349 


38,245 


103,174 


103 


2,227 


297 


525 


66 


101 


543 


641 


623 


7,892 


9,115 


9,043 


23 


23,339 


921 


4,341 


3 




120 


3.425 


1.393 


11,174 


194,225 


38.108 


li 


1,122 


175 


126 


3 




5 


358 


91 


228 


6,162 


697 


2 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(X) 


5 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(l) 


(X) 


431 


15,040 


(x) 


4,578 


350 


216 


1,665 


2,459 


1,804 


77,363 


117,768 


65,845 


38 


12,170 


2,080 


3,844 


11 


5 


1,123 


1,784 


1,370 


64,155 


98,996 


54,489 


12 


5,005 


883 


2,215 


2 


... 


135 


1,465 


550 


12,352 


80,948 


6,887 


26 


7,165 


1,197 


1,629 


9 


5 


988 


319 


320 


51,303 


13,048 


47,602 


24 


141 


(x) 


30 


22 


15 


12 


40 


11 


90 


1,514 


170 


32 


324 


(z) 


82 


23 


22 


20 


96 


27 


563 


3,197 


794 


82 


399 


M 


68 


73 


44 


44 


60 


47 


1,265 


1,573 


1,430 


78 


940 


73 


299 


63 


32 


239 


238 


263 


5,513 


6,149 


6,319 


72 


885 


75 


273 


59 


32 


226 


238 


250 


4,831 


6,149 


5,590 


6 


55 


3 


26 


4 




13 


... 


13 


632 


... 


729 


5 


8 


M 


3 


4 


2 


... 


8 


... 




315 


... 


172 


1,058 


5 


252 


149 


96 


227 


233 


36 


5,732 


6,024 


2,643 


3 


21 


... 


1 


6 


3 




2 


1 


... 


55 


15 


64 


182 


2 


25 


58 


35 


1 


59 


1 


7 


1,417 


7 


100 


855 


3 


226 


85 


58 


226 


172 


34 


5,775 


4,552 


2,621 


86 


4,385 


(x) 


2,405 


70 


11 


497 


1,132 


614 


34,537 


70,535 


47,040 


544 


13.100 


685 


3.054 


348 


172 


701 


3.438 


757 


28.108 


118.913 


30.265 


278 


2,923 


171 


629 


133 


83 


79 


997 


82 


3,144 


31,265 


3,275 


19 


1,945 


142 


594 


2 


4 


97 


909 


127 


2,581 


25,738 


3,535 


20 


99 


1 


15 


13 


3 


4 


27 


3 


220 


996 


8 


120 


3,635 


16 


821 


111 


22 


293 


432 


292 


13,628 


19,263 


14,041 


107 


4,493 


355 


995 


89 


60 


223 


1,073 


253 


8,535 


41,651 


9,406 



Geographic division , total 

Motion picture theaters, total 

Motion picture theaters, regular 
CXjtdoor- motion picture theaters 
Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total 

Billiard and pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation, tdtal 

Automobile . 

Dog 

Horse 

Sports promoters and commercial operators, total 

Baseball and football clubs, Athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs {inc. promoters) . 

Football clubs (inc. promoters) 

Stadiums, athletic fields, promoters of boxing, wrestling, and other 
athletic events 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses ... 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Skating rinks, roller 

Skating nnks, ice 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n. e. c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n. e. c 

Theaters and theatrical producers (exc. motion picture) . . 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, total . . 

Amusement devices 

Amusement parks 

Shooting galleries 

Coin-operated amusement device services 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, n. e. c 

X Withheld to avoid disclosure, 
z Less than $500. 
n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 

^ Includes motion picture theaters. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1.31 



Tabic 1 K.— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 

ESTABUSHMENTS, RBCEIPTS, PaY RoLL. A^4D PERSONNEL 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
oicnts 



(Humber) 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



Taxes 



{Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



{Thousand 
dollars) 



Unincorporated 
businesses 



Active 

propnc- 

tors, 

November 

(>(uTnbcf) 



Unpaid 

fatnily 

workers. 

November 

(XumM 



Paid emptoyees, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March 15 
{>{umbCT) 



July IS 
(T^umber) 



Nov. 15 
(Humber) 



Pay roll, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March 15 
{Dollars) 



July 15 
{Dollars) 



Nov. 15 
(Ooltart) 



Geographic division, total 

Motion picture theaters, total 

Mocton picture cheaters, regular 

Outdoor motion picture theaters 

Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total . 

BiUurd and pool parlors 

Bowling alleys . 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation, total 

Automobile 

Dog 



Horst 

Sports promoten and commercial operators, total 

Bucball ind football clubs, achledc fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs (inc. promotas) 

Football clubs (inc. promoters) 

Stadiums, athletic delds, promoters of boxing, wrestling, and other 
athletic events. 



Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating nnks . 

Skating nnks, roller 

Skating rinks, ice 

Swimming pools 

Oxnmeraal sports operators, n. e, c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentab . 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theaters and theatrical producers (exc. motion picture) . 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation serrices, total . 

Amusement devices 

Amusement parks 

Shooting gallcncs . . 

Qxn-opeiated amusement device services 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreatian services, n. e. c 

X Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 

^ Includes ootion picture theaters. 



339 
2,biA 



1,121 
125 
32 



iT 

'is 

1,493 



122 

51 



220 

213 

7 



699 
78 
353 
268 

695 

1,487 



106 
44 
473 

308 



178,430 



7,198 



2,956 



77,193 



84,635 



81,764 



3,081,031 



3,717,833 



3,338,549 



345,863 



541,555 

4,282 

29 

10,760 

36,741 



652 

1 

(x) 



85,922 



880 



5,798 
11,566 



""95r 



7TB 

28,553 

5,270 

49,398 



1^179 

48,219 
50,269 



M 
(x) 



3,019 
7,615 



"T7233" 
10,282 
2,238 
9,099 



74 
2 

327 

2,602 



426 



57 



43,672 



44,063 



44,690 



43,631 

36 

5 

1,820 

14,598 



43,043 
1,016 



1,913 
5,184 



1,591 

1,011 

109 



361 

356 

92 

3 



1,095 

13,503 

1,358 

708 



4,357 
1,328 
5,689 



44,199 

488 

3 

2,200 

15,872 



1,523,858 

173517337 

1,813 

■ 213 

104,762 

271,367 



1,663,100 
1 653 5l4 



110,235 
108,903 



8,946 
16,986 



1,347 



695 
4,464 



220 

5,469 
8,667 



1,172 
14,700 
1,433 
1,521 



16 

1,505 
5,366 



26,103 

245,264 

40,940 

51.046 



50,496 
235,970 



21,698 
87,205 
40,039 

475,829 
6,499 



469,330 
394,966 



1,583,155 
1; 568; 27? 

14,770 
106 

126,447 

295,190 



34,576 
18,601 
(x) 

(x) 
1,516 
1,548 
1,132 

4,589 

4,174 

415 

3,010 

3,898 

183 

1,368 

2,347 

81,404 



8,984 
12,562 
480 
18,201 
10,391 



6,627 
3,758 
(x) 

(x) 



540 

477 

63 



13 
1 
5 
7 

5,455 

2,552 



13,012 
7,484 
(x) 

(x) 

382 
447 
223 

1,411 

1,270 

141 



165 
534 

35,467 

11.354 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



426 

1,233 

2 

63 

823 



7635" 
3,600 

3,848 
2,192 



72 

59 

164 

199 

194 

5 



371 
288 

594 

1.280 



38 
115 

183 
183 



458 
39 

270 
149 



425 
82 
33 
500 
240 



266 
87 
19 
119 
196 



2,493 

591 
(x) 

(X) 

55 

136 
145 

1,236 

1,138 

98 



40 
200 



3,233 



4,339 
3,752 
(x) 



(X) 



625 
392 
162 

833 

820 

13 



821 

12 

251 

558 

5,655 

12,136 



3,353 
1,034 
(x) 

(x) 

70 
172 
152 

1,187 

1,098 

89 



257 

4 

51 

202 

7,329 

3,353 



183,148 
67,678 
(x5 

(X) 

2,366 
4,871 
4,029 

29,353 

25,485 

3,863 

3,939 

8,264 

120 
1,237 
6,907 

725,910 

127,173 



268,381 
233,162 
(x) 



18,210 
14,656 
4,445 

18,962 

18,105 

857 

45,654 

24,658 

289 

7,352 

17,017 

525,748 

399,013 



226 
644 
42 
1,397 
924 



2,248 
5,223 
61 
1,977 
2,622 



231 

701 

23 

1,370 

1,028 



7,665 
25,615 

1,732 
65,186 
26,980 



80;«34 

150,703 

2,479 

38,680 

76,162 



28,596 
266,594 

43,749 
138,611 



775 

137,836 
353,365 



296,906 
74,121 
(x) 

(X) 

3,057 
6,486 
4,468 

29,379 
25,436 
3,943 

4,383 

8,686 

148 

1,741 

6,797 

670,352 

127, 680 



6; 979 
25,752 
922 
65,783 
28,244 



1.32 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table IK.— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments 



(J^umbcr) 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roil, 
entire year 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Unincoiporated 
businesses 



Active 

propne- 

tors, 

November 

(y^umber) 



Unpaid 

family 

workers. 

November 

(J^umbcr) 



I^d employees, workweek 
ended nearest— 



March 15 
(Humbcr) 



July 15 
(Number) 



Nov. 15 
(Number) 



Pay roll, workweek 
ended nearest ^^ 



March 15 
(Dolldrs) 



July 15 
(DoILiri) 



Nov. 15 
(Oollarj) 



Geographic division , total . . . , 

Motion picture theaters, total 

Motion picture theaters, regular 
Outdoor motion picture theaters 
Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total 

Billiard and pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation, total 

Automobile - 

Dog 

Horse 



Sports promoters and commercial operators, total 

Ba&eball and toothall clubs, athletic 6elds, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs (inc. promoters) 

Football clubs (inc. promoters) 

Stadiums, athletic fields, promoters of bonng, wrestling, and other 
athletic events - 



Bathmg beaches . . 

Golf courses - . „ 

Riding academies , 

Skating nnks 

Skating rinks, roller / 

Skating nnks, ice 

Swimming pools .- 

Commercial sports operators, n. e. c. .' 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals . ; 

Other commercial sports operators, n. e. c 

Theaters and theatrical producers (exc. motion picture) . 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, total . 

Amusement devices 

Amusement parks 

Shooting galleries 

Coin^operated amusement device services 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, n. e. c 



3,176 
172 
18 

1,056 

3,208 



1,912 
1,296 

207 

55 



— zr 

1,364 



50 
122 
160 

315 
313 



576 

26 

381 

169 



260 
77 



i47 
290 



72,026 



72,078 



79,082 



2/)8.1,048 



2,518.823 



2>m,e79 



267,158 

10,287 

101 

8,142 

69,352 



U,281 
55,071 

7,403 

22,509 



50,450 
1,551 



(x) 
602 



60,843 



"37 
515 

U) 

1,668 



58,513 

2,320 



5,595 
23,738 



,539 

74 



839 
3,318 



1,028 



34,029 



36,473 



35,619 



965 
52 



32 
834 



3,091 

19,418 
37,305 



53ff 

1,138 
5,219 



2,619 
21,119 

2,059 

4,234 



1,993 

1,325 

199 
38 



428 
456 

197 

22 



33,915 
77 
37 

3,087 

25,327 



1,744 
23,583 

1,721 

244 



33,831 

2,606 

36 

3,912 

8,994 



,594 
7,400 

1,890 

3,331 



34,626 

955 

38 

4,556 

28,017 



1,054,666 



1,895 
26,122 

1,847 

819 



1/)51,044 

3,471 

151 

72,326 

536,285 



1A74,449 



3,961 
12,759 



1.000 



204 
3,032 



2,684 
7,496 



56 

763 
3.4?? 



50,514 
485,771 

40,293 

14,786 



1,096,510 

77,699 
240 

114,083 

228.860 



1.132,642 



47,711 
181,149 

43, 572 

210,822 



1,097, 539 

34,846 

257 

122,407 

593,4*2 



13,455 
132.208 



193,990 
341.253 



24,146 

13,976 

3,542 

6,628 

511 
3,248 
1,209 

4,726 

(x) 

Cx) 

690 

2,775 

60 

1,109 

1,606 

13,039 
43, 278 



4,644 

10,866 

101 

18,147 

9,520 



4,527 

2,715 

543 



24 
28 
11 

518 

(x) 

(x) 

92 

19 

2 

12 

5 

(x) 
(x) 



873 



9,603 
6, in 
1,636 



123 
907 
235 

1,156 

(x) 

(x) 

174 

511 

3 

85 

423 

4,992 
10,333 



343 

(x) 

(x) 

40 

587 

30 

375 

182 

192 

986 



271 
(x) 
(x) 



320 

101 

24 

476 



1,341 
362 

33 



9 
131 
139 

1,151 

(x) 

(x) 

29 

132 

2 

18 

162 

1,671 
2,915 



4,394 

3,822 

64 



271 
762 
164 

914 

(x) 

(x) 
401 
570 
7 
172 
391 

904 
9,078 



901 

3,836 

21 

4,006 

2,119 



491 
271 



126 

40 

1 

90 

219 



13 

1,326 

793 



1,166 
4,524 
14 
1,422 
1,952 



1,487 
301 
285 



9 
253 
164 

1,293 

(x) 

(x) 

24 
205 

31 

174 

1,756 
3,033 



185 

703 

11 

1,365 

769 



89,377 
31,248 
4,771 

53,358 

334 

7,765 

4,576 

23,246 
(x) 
(x) 

681 

6,227 

8 

422 
5,797 

100,069 

133,413 



3,345 
31,196 
459 
74,982 
23,429 



250,970 

228,658 

7,574 



7,816 
30,435 
5,946 

19,34.4 

(x) 

(x) 
10,577 
16,165 
165 

4,194 
11,766 

52,569 

353,215 



43,342 

153,721 

443 

30,030 

75,679 



55,960 
537,482 

43,104 

63,324 



61,562 
226.671 



177,420 
32,237 
100,336 



315 
10,714 
5,4U 

25,680 

(x) 

(X) 

617 
6,514 

718 
5,796 

120,584 . 

139,205 



4,974 
32,269 
371 
78,654 
22,937 



x Withheld to avoid disclosure, 
z Less than $500, 
c. Not elsewhere classified. 
^ Includes motion picture theaters. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1.33 



Table 1 K.—AMUSEMENTS^-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION. BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL 

ESTABUSHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PAY ROLL, AND PeRSONNBL 



Kind of business 



Estabbah- 
tncnts 



(Numbfr) 



Receipts 
(exc, taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roil, 
entire year 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Unincorporated 
businesses 



Active 

propnc- 

tors, 

November 

(>(uinber) 



Unpaid 

Umily 

workers. 

November 

(Number) 



Paid employees, workweek 
ended nearest - 



March 1 5 
(>ium ber) 



July 15 
(^lumber) 



Nov. 15 
{Tiumber) 



Pay roll, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March 15 
(Dollars) 



July IS 
(Dollars) 



Nov, 15 
(Dolldn) 



Geographic division, total 

Motion picture theaters, total 

Motion picture theaters, regular 

Outdoor motion picture theaters 

Portable motion picture theaters 



Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total . 

Billiard and pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation, total 

Autooiobik 

Dog 

HOTK 



Sports promoters and commercial operators, total 

Buebatl and football clubs, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs (mc. promoters) 

Football clubs (inc. prooioters) 

Stadiums, athletic fields, promoters of boxing, wrestling, and other 
athletic events 



Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating nnks 

Skatmg nnks, roller 

Skatmg nnks, ice 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n. e. c .'\ 

Bicycle rentals -. 

Boat and canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n. c. c 

Theaters and theatrical producers (exc. motion picture) . . 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, total . . 

Amusement devices 

Amusement parks 

Shooting galleries 

Coin-operated amusement device services 

Miscellanexxis amusement and recreation services, n. e. c 



X withheld to avoid disclosure. 
n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 

^ Includes motion picture theaters 



?,o98 



2,411 

2i 
219 
_,524 



i52 

227 
8 



10 
13 
37 

253 
249 



206 
5 

132 
69 
72 



43 

5 

287 

139 



170,259 



24,430 



40,396 



,747 



28,675 



29 380 



30,579 



726,284 



622,139 



l(K,7(55 

102,299 

2,224 

182 

2,762 

19,517 



S;32S 
l',189 

6,329 

543 



19,997 

19,545 

426 

26 

(x) 
123 



~5T 

65 

682 

59 



21,556 

21,089 

437 

30 

1,654 

5,342 



543 



1,433 
3,909 

1,251 

26 



1,614 

1,578 

16 

20 

209 

1,548 



1,331 

1,288 

24 

19 

26 



1,104 
444 

228 

7 



"25Z" 

197 



16, 208 

16,155 

36 

17 

1,060 
6,559 



1,081 
5,478 



16,743 

16,011 

632 

100 

1,106 
3,153 



1,006 
2,152 

1,598 

58 



16,893 

15,591 

286 

16 

1,161 
7,427 



390,800 

389,346 

1,111 

343 

30,324 

117,940 



(x) 



-W 



2,621 



1,169 
6,258 

1,606 

10 



27,129 
90,311 

21,104 

192 



4i;,486 

395,897 

15,593 

996 

34,810 

65,237 
26,046 
39,191 

24,455 

1,297 



1,297 



7,374 
5,096 



84 
506 
300 

1,904 

1,762 

142 

M 
M 

13 
513 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



1,450 
955 



495 

10 



3,071 
2,360 



21 
132 



166 
148 
18 



322 
275 



273 
272 



"SeT 

3,428 
(x) 

10,493 
3,634 



(x) 
(x) 

1 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



~3r 

350 
(x) 
87 
382 



(x) 
(x) 

7 
(x) 
(x) 
JxL 



176 
380 

(x) 

2,261 
917 



(x) 

(x) 
5 

140 
(x) 
(x) 



72 
29 
(x) 
323 

137 



19 
10 
17 

241 
241 

(x) 

(x) 
2 
119 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



572 

161 



35 
40 

378 
314 
64 



1,603 

1,541 



52 

104 
46 



(x) 



32 
255 

(x) 
827 
479 



393 
373 

20 



x) 
3 
102 
X) 
X) 



267 
131 



3 
58 
41 

449 
380 
69 



267 
,361 
x) 

330 

961 



(X) 

(x) 

3 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



40,516 
13,836 



47 
1,519 
1,230 

6,333 
5,032 
1,301 



40 
232 
(x) 
810 
550 



(x 

(x 
(x 



92,403 
39,761 



2,642 

1,124 
3,707 
1,480 

6,553 

5,985 

568 

(x) 

(x) 

71 
3,437 



737 
5,765 
(x) 
43,615 

10,032 



(x) 
(x) 



7,946 
32,397 

(x) 
42,916 
29,538 



767,713 



415,055 

406,476 

8,313 

266 

34,597 

130,503 



101,548 

25,536 

143 



TJT' 



21,986 
9,757 



12,229 

41 
2,222 

1,256 

7,256 
5,792 
1,464 

(x) 

(x) 

680 
(x) 
(x) 

902 

6,130 

(x) 

42,202 

12,325 



1.34 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATLSTICS 

Table 1 K.— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION. BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

SOUTH ATLAMIC 
EsTABUSHMENTS, RECErPTS, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments 


Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 


Taxes 


Pay roll, 
entire year 


Unincorporated 
businesses 


Paid employees, wc 
ended nearest 


ritwecit 


Pay roll, workweek 
ended nearest — 


Active 
proprie- 
tors, 


Unpaid 
family 


March 15 


July 15 


Nov. 15 


March 15 


July 15 


Nov. 15 


(>(uraber) 


(Thousand 
dollars) 


{Thousand 
dollars) 


(Thousand 
dollors) 


November 
(Number) 


November 
(Humber) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


(Dollars) 


(Dollars) 


(Dollars) 


6,293 


254,620 


35,834 


61,414 


4,368 


1,827 


35,028- 


40.543 


36,625 


1,074.923 


1.308.018 


1,153.034 


2,541 


149.022 


28,345 


33,146 


1.052 


691 


21,842 


22,450 


22.561 


606.153 


631.372 


630.529 


2,345 

186 
10 


143,313 

5,697 

12 


27,436 
908 

1 


31,921 

i,2a4 

1 


905 
136 

11 


578 

104 

9 


21,343 

497 

2 


21,243 

1,205 
2 


21,409 

1,150 

2 


593,507 

12,628 

13 


602,385 

28,969 

18 


602,396 

28,115 

18 


99 


1,486 




1,003 


90 


11 


621 


526 


664 


19,430 


14,796 


21,845 


1,983 


18,409 


113 


5.132 


1.779 


342 


5,273 


3,944 


5.699 


104.286 


80.690 


111.772 


1,650 
333 


10;4l5 
7,994 


64 
49 


2,135 
2,997 


1,509 
270 


251 

91 


1,598 
3,675 


1,647 
2,297 


1,740 
3,959 


40,533 
63,753 


40,560 

40,130 


44,886 
66,886 


71 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(X) 


*0 


34,039 


2,516 


6,676 


8 


1 


2,243 


1.868 


1.450 


150.516 


142.004 


117.351 


li 
10 
16 


324 
8,323 
25,392 


40 

615 

1,861 


1,958 
4,670 


8 


1 


48 

857 

1,338 


85 

286 

1,497 


74 

73 

1,303 


1,036 
54,769 
94,711 


1,173 

18,211 

122,620 


1,790 

6,143 

109,418 


781 


17,243 


1.989 


6,387 


629 


477 


1.670 


5.810 


1.918 


62,096 


197,430 


94,229 


118 
101 


10,832 
6,807 


1,723 
1,240 


4,716 
3,370 


17 
10 


4 
4 


806 
339 


4,032 
3,327 


1,018 
522 


33,910 
16,424 


148,132 
143,035 


67,447 
16,941 


5 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


12 


(x) 


(X) 


(x) 


(x) 


(X) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


55 
23 
45 


1,073 
971 
380 


35 

7 

M 


258 
■ 416 

118 


51 
15 
34 


64 
4 
14 


55 
162 
70 


457 
293 
75 


56 
167 
82 


1,394 
5,919 
2,129 


12,400 
l;,128 
2,197 


1,897 
6,699 
2,274 


136 


1,768 


163 


471 


117 


110 


397 


333 


410 


8,516 


7,299 


10,964 


134 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(X) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


2 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


Cx) 


(x) 


97 


926 


59 


222 


78 


83 


77 


373 


59 


2,240 


10,621 


1,922 


307 

11 

188 

108 


1,293 

62 

651 

580 


2 

"2 

(z) 


186 

4 

56' 

126 


317 
12 
198 
107 


198 

4 

140 

54 


103 
4 
41 
58 


242 

11 
71 
160 


126 

3 

42 

81 


2,433 

38 

1,048 

1,402 


5,653 

149 

1,607 

3,897 


3,026 

33 

1,079 

1,914 


45 


2,032 


264 


889 


62 


9 


381 


272 


536 


26,092 


16,320 


35,518 


738 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


fx) 


(y) 


(x) 


(xl 


f,l 


(») 


131 
45 


(x) 
2,509 


(x) 
192 


(x) 
942 


(x) 

33 


(x) 
22 


(x) 
280 


(x) 
1,065 


(x) 
204 


(x) 
10,072 


(X) 
41,867 


(x) 
7,108 


353 

187 


(x) 

15,530 


- 2,125 


(x) 
4,404 


(x) 
173 


(x) 
86 


(x) 
1,507 


(x) 
2,956 


(x) 
2,260 


(X) 
47,833 


(x) 
121,593 


(x) 


31,729 



Geographic division, tolai 

Motion picture theaters, total . 

Motion picture theaters, regular 
Outdoor motion picture theaters . 
Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers . 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total 

Billiard and pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation, total 

Automobile 

Dog 



Horse. 



Sports promoters and commercial operators, total 

Baseball and football clubs, athletic 6elds, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs (inc. promoters) 

Football clubs fine, promoters) 

Stadiums, athletic fields, promoters of boxing, wrestling, and other 
athletic events 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies ; 

Skating rinks . . 

Skating nnks, roller 

Skating rinks, ice >........ 

Swimming pools . . 

Commercial sports operators, n. e. c 

Bicycle rentals . . 

Boat and canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n. e. c 

Theaters and theatrical producers (esc. motion picture) . . 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, total . . 

Amusement devices 

Amusement parks 

Shooting galleries 

Coin-operated amusement device services 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, n. e. c 



X Withheld to avoid disclosure, 
z Less than $500, 
n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified, 

^ Includes motion picture theaters. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1.35 



Table IK.— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 

ESTABUSHMENTS, RECIIPTS, Pav RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ment 



(>(umber) 



Receipts 

(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

{Thousand 
dollars} 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roil, 
enure year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



UnincorpoiateJ 
businesses 



Active 
proprie- 
tors. 
November 

IHumbcr) 



Unpaid 

family 

workers, 

November 

(Number) 



Paid employees, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March 15 
(Atumber) 



July 15 



(Number) 



(Number) 



Pay roll, workweek 
ended nearest 



March IS 



(Dollars) 



July 15 



(Dollars) 



(Dollars) 



Geographic division, total 

Motion picture theaters, total 

Motion picture theaters, regular 
Outdoor motion picture theaters 
Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total 

BtUiard and pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Dance halls, studios, and schoolB 

Race track operation, total . . , . ; 

Automobile :, ... .4 .. ,«. . 

Dog 

Horse 



Sports promoters and commercial operators, total 

Baaeball and football clubs, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs (inc promoters) 

Football clubs (inc. promoters) 

Stadiums, athletic fields, promoters of boxing, wrestling, and other 
athletic events . 

Bathmg beaches , 

Golf courses '. 

Riding academies .' 

Skatmg nnks 

Skatmg nnks. roller , 

Skating nnks. ice . . . 

Swmuiung pools . 

CJcmmeraal sports operators, n. e, c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals - . . * 

Other commeraal sports operators, n. e. c 

Theaters and theatrical producers (exc. motion picture) 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, total . . . 

Amusement devices 

Amusement parks 

Shootmg gallenes 

Coin-t>perated amusement device services 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, n. e. c 



I,5i0 

49 
29 

34 
1,156 



,079 
77 

27 
5 



115 

1 

90 

24 

11 

223 



17 

137 

50 



87,000 



14,346 



19,660 



1,060 



12,709 



15,132 



14,208 



58,418 



5i,Ki 

(x) 

(x) 

548 
9,049 



12,807 



12,369 
U) 
(x) 

(x) 



12,289 



-7?T. 

1,978 
484 



11,786 
(x) 
Cx) 

283 
2,156 



1,443 

713 



592 
(x) 
(x) 

30 
1,058 



517 
Cx) 
(x) 



9,259 



9,078 

W 

(x) 

222 

1,947 



9,501 



8,991 

(x) 

M 

230 
1,712 



9,836 



,352 
(x) 
(x) 

225 
2,14-4 



993 
65 



184 
24 



4,220 
4,955 



1,145 
802 
100 



1,157 
555 



1,244 
900 



(x) 



218,970 

5U,210 

(x) 

(x) 

6,432 

41,939 



220,102 

(x) 

(x) 

5,492 

36.530 



270 
719 



84 
374 



76 
2,057 



(x) 
809 
356 



27,671 

K,268 

2,451 

(XJL_ 



27,994 
8,536 
1,975 
(xi 



8,416 
13,930 



(X) 
10,069 
74,519 



3,262 
3,219 



(x) 
75 

(x) 
453 
453 

(x) 

(X) 

(x) 
553 
135 

(x) 

:,646 



(X) 

86 
5,432 
(x) 



631 
622 



(x) 

1 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
(x) 

8 
(z) 
(x) 
414 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



1,542 
1,513 



29 

(X) 
27 

(x) 
109 
109 

(x) 

(X) 

(x) 
92 
21 

(x) 

1.806 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x)' 



(x) 

(X) 
17 
909 
(x) 



(x) 

Cx) 

Cx) 
84 
21 

Cx) 

218 



Cx) 

Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 
15 
149 
(x) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



164 
134 



Cx) 
16 

Cx) 
98 
98 

Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 
42 
12 

Cx) 

571 



Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 
9 

404 
Cx) 



1,559 
1,540 



Cx) 
17 

Cx) 
104 
104 

Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 
91 
43 

Cx) 

1.342 



Cx) 
Cx) 

14 
405 
Cx) 



105 
81 



24 

Cx) 
16 

Cx) 
128 
128 

Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 
53 
11 

Cx) 
599 



(x) 
Cx) 
12 
406 
Cx) 



9,372 
8,468 



004 

Cx) 

566 
Cx) 
1,865 
I3j865 

Cx) 

Cx) 
Cx) 
1,112 
190 

Cx) 

21.190 



62,488 
62,434 



54 

Cx) 

602 
Cx) 
2,141 
2,141 

Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 

2,339 

1,057 

Cx) 

45.669 



Cx) 

Cx) 

273 

16,451 

Cx) 



Cx) 

Cx) 

398 

16,829 

Cx) 



227,247 
M 
(x) 

6,027 
46,074 



30,478 

15,596 

1,971 

_Cxi_ 



(x) 
56,569 

11.947 



6,000 
5,383 



617 

Cx) 

549 
Cx) 
2,699 
2,699 

Cx) 

Cx) 
Cx) 
1,624 

157 

Cx) 

22,290 



Cx) 

Cx) 

372 

16,322 

Cx) 



X n'lLhheld to avoid disclosure. 

= Less than $500. 

D.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 

^ Includes motion picture theaters. 



1.36 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 1 K.— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 
Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments 



(Humber) 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dolldTs) 



Unincorporated 
businesses 



Active 
proprie- 
tors, 
November 

(Tv^umbcr) 



Unpaid 

family 

workers. 

November 

(Humbcr) 



E^d employees, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March 15 
(T^lumbcr) 



July 15 
(Number) 



Nov. 15 
(Number) 



Pay roll, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March 15 
{Dollars) 



July 15 
(DoUari) 



Nov. 15 

(OolUri) 



Geographic division, total 

Motion picture tlieaters, total 

Motion picture theaters, regular 
Outdoor motion picture theaters . 
Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total 

Bilhard and pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Dance liatls, studios, and schools. . . . 

Race traclt operation, total 

Automobile 

Dog 

Horse 



Sports promoters and commercial operators, total . 

Baseball and football clubs, athletic fields, sports promoters . 

Baseball clubs (inc. promoters) 

Football clubs {mc. promoters) 

Stadiums, athletic fields, promoters of boxing, wrestling, and other 

athletic events 



Bathing beaches , , 

Golf courses 

Riding acadcimes 

Skating rinks -/i* ■ '< 

Skating rinks, roller ....'... ' 

Skating rinks, ice . - . 

Switnoung pools . . 

Commercial sports operators, n. e. c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals , 

Other commercial sports opetators. n, e. c 

Theaters and theatrical producers (ezc. motion picture) . . 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, total . - 

Amusement devices - 

Amusement parks 

Shootmg gallenes 

Coin-operated amusement device services 

Miscellaneous amusement and tecreation services, n. e. c 



2,^35 

18 
43 

1,2A9 



,103 
146 

118 



2 
480 



3 
11 
16 

119 

115 

4 

56 

222 

4 
137 
81 

23 

609 



15 
231 
272 



3,577 



2,007 



22,831 



25,789 



23,801 611,909 



734, 866 



106,286 
5,323 

38 
490 

11.480 



18,979 
885 



(x) 



23.481 



22,476 

1,002 

3 
286 



1.243 



1,173 
59 



36 
1.158 



1,089 



16, 663 



1,036 



6,742 
4,738 
2,074 



26 
283 



1,371 

1,730 

524 



1,035 
123 

117 



16,255 
397 

11 
264 

2.858 



17,546 



,033 

1,825 

435 



16,486 
1,051 

9 
226 

2.600 



17,717 



1,039 

1,561 

454 



923 

10 
254 

3,058 



1,144 
,914 
510 



(x) 
8,336 



(x) 
1,050 



(x) 
2,452 



(x) 
421 



(x) 
394 



(x) 
756 



(x) 
2.215 



(x) 

608 



5,691 
4,830 



(x) 
(x) 
119 

1,071 
(x) 
(x) 
316 

1,003 

8 

480 

515 

(x) 

15,690 



874 
726 



(x) 
(x) 
(z) 

137 
(x) 
(x) 
32 



(x) 
672 



1,930 
1,702 



(x) 
(x) 
36 

190 
(x) 
(x) 
81 

184 
U) 
■ 65 

119 

(x) 
3.492 



(x) 
(x) 
17 

113 
(x) 
(x) 
35 

222 
4 

138 
80 

(x) 

580 



(x) 
(x) 



143 
(x) 
(x) 



186 

3 

114 

69 

(x) 

158 



394 
221 



(x) 
(x) 
25 

160 
(x) 
(x) 
14 

143 

1 

48 

94 

(x) 

1,216 



1,630 
1,496 



(x) 
(x) 
25 

118 

(x) 

(x) 
171 
232 

75 
157 

(x) 

2,429 



270 
110 



(x) 
(x) 
32 

156 
(x) 

(x) 
17 
111 



(x) 

1,403 



781 
2,007 

112 
8,968 
3,822 



59 
229 

92 
292 



224 
593 
30 
1,736 
359 



23 

24 

12 

254 

262 



47 
172 



643 

347 



183 
824 
46 
674 
697 



53 
137 

13 
734 
411 



419,163 



409,703 
9,371 

89 
4,982 

62.351 



451,801 



26,782 

35,569 

8,978 



427,740 
23,981 

80 
5,221 

56.371 



26,468 
29,903 
10,149 



(x) 
23,544 



(x) 
93,27 



13,243 
10,105 



3,143 

(x) 
(x) 
712 

5,516 
(x) 

(x) 
418 

3,222 

5 

1,015 

2,202 

(x) 

49.683 



78,379 
76,448 



1,931 

(x) 
(x) 
709 

3,276 

(x) 

(>) 

4,608 

5,380 

1,780 
3,600 

(x) 

87.943 



1,624 

5,500 

240 

32,185 

10,134 



7,939 
23,268 

1,429 
33,912 
21,395 



639,080 



461_i046 



437,943 
23,039 

59 
7,152 



29,288 
37,723 
11,160 



(x) 
19,043 



9,200 
5,535 



3,665 

(x) 
(x) 
946 

5,591 
(x) 

(x) , 
428 

2,400 

5 

949 

1,446 

(x) ■ 
59.922 



1,796 

5,463 

485 

38,895 

13,283 



X Withheld to avoid disclosure, 
z Less than $500. 
n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 

^ Includes motion picture theaters. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1.37 



Tabic 1 K.— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

MOUNTAIN 
Establishments. Receipts. Pay Roll, and Personmei 



Kind ot business 



EstabLsh- 
mcnt5 



(Humbcr) 



Geographic division . total 

Motion picture theaters, total 

Motion picture theaters, regular 

Outdoor motioti picture theaters 

Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total . 

Billiard and pool parlors 

Bowling alleys . . 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation, total 

Automobile -....., 

Dog 

Horse 



Sports promoters and commercial operators, total 

Baicball and tootball clubs, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs line promoters) 

Football clubs luic. promoters) 

Stadiums, athletic fields, promoters of boxing, wrestling, and other 
athletic events 

Bathing beaches 

GoU courses , 

Ridmg academies 

Skating nnlts . 

Stating nnks. roller 
■ Skating rmlcs, tee 

Swimming pools 

Coouneraal sports operators, n. c. c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theaters and theatrical producers (ezc. motion picture) . . . 

Mlacellaneous amusement and recreation services, total 

Amusement devices 

Amusement parks 

Shootmg galleries . 

Corn-operated amusement device services 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, n.e.c 



Receipts 
(exc taxes), 
entire year 

(Tdousaiid 
dollars) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



927 

873 

38 



376 
148 



37 
61 
2 
V. 
25 

11 
215 



JJTiio.; 



i7,513 

i5,477 
2,019 

17 



3,313 
3,623 

(x) 

(x) 



"13 

(x) 
(x) 

3,814 



1,615 
1,297 



(x) 
(x) 
305 

683 
(X) 
(x) 

313 
680 

(x) 

345 
(x) 
(x) 



419 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

(X) 



9.507 



3,610 

a, 298 
312 



(x) 

(X) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

thousand 
dollars) 



Unincorporated 
businesses 



28.110 



9,049 

8,670 

378 

1 

63 

1,926 



(x) 
(x) 
364 



254 
192 



(x) 
Cx) 

(x) 
(x) 
(X) 



(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

Jxi. 



(X) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



605 
1,321 

(x) 

4ij- 



(x) 
(x) 

1,018 



476 
440 



(x) 

(x) 

51 

134 
(x) 
(x) 

70 
198 
(x) 

102 
(x) 
(x) 
-lii 



105 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors. 
November 

(J^umber) 



Unpaid 

family 

workers. 

November 

^Number) 



466 

450 



10 

537 



403 

134 

(x) 
(X) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
242 



(X) 
(x) 



(x) 
(X) 



(x) 

3 
(x) 

(x) 

_ixj_ 



(X) 

(x) 
(x) 
(X) 



391 
366 
10 
15 



(x) 



Paid employees, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March 15 
(J^umber) 



13,266 



6,937 

6,886 

50 

1 

46 
1,908 



July 15 
(^futnber) 



14,600 



(x) 
(X) 
164 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

2 
(x) 

(x) 

(xl 



(x) 

(X) 

(x) 
(x) 



386 

1,522 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(X) 

I'T 
160 
(x) 

(X) 

28 
103 
(x) 



29 



(x) 
(X) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



7,19* 

6,805 

388 

1 

35 
1,291 



Nov. 15 
(dumber) 



14,36 7 



Pay roll, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March 15 
(Dullar.1) 



418 
873 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
1,182 



544 
532 



(x) 
(x) 
76 

133 
(x) 
(x) 



168 
(x) 

82 
(X) 

(x) 



216 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



7,397 

7,152 

244 

1 

48 

2,107 



449 
1,658 

(x) 

(x> 



"TJ 
(x) 
(x) 
325 



(x) 
(x) 
27 

153 
(x) 
(x) 

19 
80 

(x) 
37 

(x) 

(x) 
(xl 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



482,047 



157,672 

155,864 

1,796 

12 

1,346 



11,463 
29,186 

(x) 

(X) 



(x) 
(x) 

9,601 



1,585 
1,300 



(x) 
(X) 
559 

2,605 

(X) 

(x) 

691 
3,428 
(x) 
1,660 
(x) 

Cx) 

JxL 



269 
(x) 
(x) 
(X) 
(x) 






July 15 
(Dollars) 



56 0,960 



170,847 

160, 318 

10,517 

12 

775 



12,591 
18,491 

(x) 



(x) 

(x) 

39,051 



19,515 
18,970 



(x) 
(X) 
1,977 

2,410 

(x) 

(X) 

3,277 

5,545 

(x) 

3,576 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 



4,966 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(X) 



: VithheiQ to avoid disclosure. 
Not elsewhere classified. 
Includes notion picture theaters. 



Nov. 15 
(Dollars) 



537,777 



170,003 

162,549 

7,442 

12 

1,094 

46,954 



14,115 
32,839 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
U) 

11,092 



2,892 
1,234 



1,658 

(x) 
U) 
725 

2,615 

(x) 

(x) 

370 
4,025 
(x) 

2,43B 

(x) 

(X) 



295 
(x) 
(x) 
(X) 
(x) 



1.38 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES-GENERAL STATISTICS 

Table 1 K.—AMUSEMENTS'-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: ] 948— Continued 



PACIFIC 
Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Kind of business 



Geographic division-, total 

Motion picture theaters, total 

Motion picture theaters, regular 
Outdoor motion picture theaters 
Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors, total 

Billiard and pool parlors 

Bowling alleys - 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation, total 

Automobde j 

Dog 

Horse - 

Sports promoters and commercial operators, total 

Baseball and ftiotball clubs, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs (inc. promoters) - 

Football clubs (mc. promoters) 

Stadiums, athletic delds, promoters of boxing, ivrestling, and other 
athletic events - 



Bathing beaches ' ..■: 

Golfcourscs ' .- 

Rtdmg academies , . .„ . i ;.,.... 

Skating nnlts \ ' 

Stcating rinks, roller 

Skating nnlts, ice . . 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n. e. c i .- 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n. e. c 

Theaters and theatrical producers (exc. motion picture) . 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, total 

Amusement devices 

Amusement parks 

Shoonng galleries 

Corn-operated amusement device services 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, n. e. c 



Establish- 
ments 



(?<UTnl-!r) 



1,62" 



1,563 
63 
3 



550 
296 



10 
804 



22 
38 
121 
158 
142 



353 

12 

208 

133 

239 



39 
305 
271 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Tiioujdnd 
doIUrs) 



160,485 

6,724 

16 

2,355 

19,317 



,445 
13,872 
7,324 
37,854 



(x) 
35,779 

21,529 



10,989 
6,231 
1,738 

3,020 

(x) 

1,459 

(x) 

3,541 

2,367 

1,274 

363 

3,032 

70 

1,714 

1,248 

24,263 

34,139 



2,706 

3,124 

533 

15,715 

12,061 



{T}\ousani 
dolhlrs) 



30,171 

1,044 

2 

(x) 

169 



1,091 



(x) 
1,849 



1,976 

1,030 

336 

610 

(x) 
16 

(x) 
438 
248 
190 

93 

29 
1 
16 
12 
1,553 

(x) 



194 
216 

(x) 

(x) 
215 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



35,200 
1,441 



1,448 

7,118 



1,235 
5,883 
2,669 
9,426 



~T7f 
(x) 
8,982 

7,550 



4,609 

3,079 

998 

532 

(x) 

448 

(x) 

1,191 
657 
534 

355 

567 
15 
339 
212 
9,517 

6,231 



684 
1,013 

156 
3,356 
3,022 



Unincorporated 
businesses 



Active 
proprie- 
tors, 
November 

(^Jumber) 



127 
883 



574 
309 

159 

6 



(x) 



(x) 

30 

(x) 

156 

149 

7 

50 

369 
12 
216 
141 
223 



30 
312 
278 



Unpaid 

family 

workers, 

November 

(Number) 



1,553 



134 

105 

79 
1 



"Ho" 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



115 
112 



232 
2 

178 
52 
25 



Paid employees, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March IS 
(Number) 



34,277 



18,974 



18,537 
437 



678 
4.929 



503 
4,326 

1,837 

728 



M 

711 
2,569 



961 

486 

24 

451 

(x) 
167 

(x) 
755 
497 
258 

158 

323 
6 

190 

127 

1,708 

2,854 



261 

353 

51 

1,025 

1,154 



July 15 
(Number) 



39,866 



19,539 



18,695 
844 



653 
3,463 

1,963 

3,104 



"Ho 

(x) 
2,535 

4,479 



2,530 

2,150 

35 

335 

(x) 
252 

(x) 
591 
453 
128 

343 

454 

15 

304 

135 

2,084 

3,846 



494 
829 



1,075 

1,368 



Nov. 15 
(Number) 



36,809 



20, 167 



19,202 
965 



710 
5,387 



680 
4,707 

1,922 

1.258 



(x) 

1,202 

2,475 



975 
315 
222 

438 

(x) 
131 

(x) 
744 
454 
290 

104 

276 

6 

148 

122 

1,865 

3,024 



307 

357 

54 

1,051 

1,245 



Pay roll, workweek 
ended nearest — 



March 15 
(DolUirs) 



1,352,014 



664,255 



646,827 
17,428 



28,119 
142.289 



24,054 
118,235 



57,903 



(x) 
56,704 



39,068 
20,482 
2,808 

15,778 

(X) 

7,682 

(x) 
25,231 
14,096 
11,135 

6,186 

9,433 

122 

4,952 

4,359 

171,904 

145,272 



9,437 
13,663 

2,420 
62,820 
56,932 



July 15 
(DolUrj) 



i<»2i,6e4 



71^,759 



681,291 
31,468 



34,491 
120.776 



25,186 
95,590 

52,357 

156,021 



(x) 
126,019 

206,774 



137,642 

126,717 

4,042 

6,883 

(x) 

11,208 

(X) 

i8-,69e 

12,425 

5,273 

11,233 

17,648 

823 

12,510 

4,515 

159,712 

178,994 



19,404 
28,847 
3,624 
64,825 
62,094 



Nov. 15 
(Doliarj) 



1,546,299 



729,785 



688,611 
41,174 



32,230 
133.420 



27,(M0 

126,420 



111,400 

— Til — 



(x) 
109,723 

126,071 



74,153 
14,177 
44,753 

15,223 

(x) 

7,925 

(x) 
25,009 
11,610 
13,199 

3,410 

9,111 

138 

5,216 

3,757 

165,036 

157,894 



12,455 
14,343 
2,828 
65,901 
62,367 



Wltliheld to avoid disclosure. 
Not elsei/here classified. 
Includes motion picture theaters. 



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SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 1 M.— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948 

Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 













Unincorporated 


Paid employees, workweek 


Pay roll, workweek 




Establish. 


Receipts 




Pay roll. 


businesses 


ended nearest 


~ 


ended nearest- 


- 




Active 


Unpaid 

family 

workers. 


















entire year 






tors. 


March 15 


July 15 


Nov. IS 


March 15 


July 15 


Nov. 15 






(Thousand 


(Thousand 


(Thousand 


November 


November 
















(Humbcr) 


dolkrs) 


dollars) 


dollars) 


(Number) 


(^lumber) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


(Dollars) 


(Dollars) 


(Dollars) 


Inited Stales, total 


50, 347 


2,349,601 


323,396 


610,034 


37,874 


17,458 


318,419 


348, 183 


341,931 


11:062,728 


12,644,466 


11,551,185 


Geographic divisions: 


























New England ... 


3,206 


162,870 


21,522 


39,659 


2,038 


806 


22,412 


25,955 


24,696 


628,853 


932,867 


735,747 


Middle Atlantic 


9,695 


630, 323 


91,395 


176,430 


7,198 


2,956 


77,193 


64,635 


81,764 


3,081,031 


3,717,833 


3,338,549 


East North Central 


10,588 


478,574 


63,634 


125,103 


6,479 


3,663 


72, 026 


72,078 


79,082 


2,084,046 


2,518,823 


2,441,879 


West North Central . , 


5,698 


170,259 


24,430 


40,396 


4,808 


2,747 


28,675 


29,380 


30,579 


726,284 


822,139 


767,718 


South Atlantic 


6,298 


254,620 


35,834 


61,414 


4,366 


1,827 


35,028 


40,548 


36, 625 


1,074,923 


1,308,018 


1,153,034 


East South Central . . 


3,074 


87, 000 


14,346 


19, 660 


2,219 


1,060 


12,709 


15,132 


14,208 


319,619 


427,056 


391,102 


West South Central 


5,112 


154,485 


22,263 


34,652 


3,577 


2,007 


22,831 


25,769 


23,801 


611,909 


734,866 


639,080 


Mountain , . 
Pacific 


2,013 


97,464 


9,507 


28, 110 


1,534 


839 


13,268 


14,800 


14,367 


482,047 


560,960 


537,777 


4,663 


314,006 


40,465 


82,610 


3,653 


1,553 


34,277 


39,866 


36, 809 


1,352,014 


1,621,884 


1,546,299 


New England: 


























Maine - 


389 


9,941 


1,407 


2,121 


263 


111 


1,626 


2,U6 


1,628 


35,078 


55,281 


35,732 


New Hampshire , 


268 


11,150 


1,145 


2,476 


178 


78 


1,241 


1,793 


1,912 


27,985 


46,074 


70,990 


Vermont 


184 


4,094 


539 


801 


127 


62 


777 


791 


741 


15,601 


17,483 


15,259 


Massachusetts . . . . 


1,402 


89,096 


11,875 


22,817 


843 


284 


12,141 


14,438 


12,885 


367,718 


563,602 


381,569 


Rhode Island 


287 


18,705 


2,18-J 


4,193 


177 


104 


2,149 


2,770 


2,654 


56,559 


116,272 


89,298 


Connecticut . . ... 


676 


29,684 


4,367 


7,251 


450 


167 


4,478 


4,027 


4,876 


125,912 


134,175 


142,899 


Middle Atlantic: 


























New York 


4,687 


398,032 


52, 061 


122,636 


3,190 


1,134 


44,143 


46,137 


47,068 


2,191,148 


2,494,090 


2,351,960 


New Jersey . , . 


1,566 


88, 338 


12,084 


20, 152 


1,104 


575 


9,529 


13,384 


9,911 


293,331 


503,924 


315,781 


Pennsylvania 


3,442 


143,953 


27,250 


35,642 


2,904 


1,247 


23,521 


25, 114 


24,785 


596,552 


714,819 


670,808 


East North Central; 


























Ohio 


2,917 


125,675 


17,946 


33,479 


2,202 


951 


19,752 


22,111 


21,464 


546,750 


737,977 


617,003 


Indiana 


1,363 


49,878 


6,676 


11,645 


1,112 


451 


6,457 


8,742 


9,226 


204,664 


235,066 


222,467 


Illinois 


2,681 


171,247 


21,710 


45,145 


2,080 


691 


21,968 


22,175 


23,713 


760,364 


930,964 


892,688 


Michigan 


2,623 


93,408 


11,883 


25,551 


2,349 


956 


15,246 


13,081 


17,371 


409,052 


447,693 


504,070 


Wisconsin 


1,004 


38,366 


5,419 


9,283 


736 


414 


6,603 


5,969 


7,308 


163,013 


167,123 


205,651 


West North Central; 


























Minnesota 


992 


36,680 


5,001 


. 9, 278 


848 


549 


6,301 


5,617 


6,727 


184,432 


172,115 


192,968 


Iowa 


1,071 


30,602 


4,475 


6,276 


896 


552 


5,326 


5,708 


5,804 


107,525 


132,466 


117,169 


Missouri 


1,602 


53, 662 


7,933 


15,228 


1,313 


582 


6,385 


9,243 


6,678 


266,139 


317,571 


271,725 


North Dakota ... 


247 


5,045 


811 


785 


218 


154 


623 


774 


887 


14,381 


15,243 


16,086 


South Dakota 


333 


6,978 


1,001 


1,369 


285 


214 


1,264 


1,376 


1,325 


23,661 


31,734 


26,165 




609 


15,712 


2,076 


3,232 


527 


321 


2,856 


3,001 


3,072 


56,873 


67,136 


60,887 


Kansas 


844 


21,580 


3,133 


4,228 


721 


375 


3,720 


3,661 


4,066 


75,273 


85,874 


82,718 


South Atlantic: 




























132 


7,327 


815 


1,549 


74 


53 


721 


856 


795 


17,175 


27,141 


21,145 




Maryland 


793 

201 


41,789 
20,182 


. 4,498 
3,085 


10,001 
6,833 


580 
104 


188 
17 


4,966 
2,692 


6,822 
3,341 


6,038 
3,396 


150,580 
116,195 


266,253 

129,963 


254,174 
140,751 




Virginia 


967 
595 
1,088 
497 
875 


33,823 

20,805 
29,340 


5,553 
3,703 
4,350 
1,866 
3,670 


8,263 
4,183 
6,993 


676 
448 
753 


224 
207 
359 
173 
230 


5,174 
2,723 
4,526 


6,204 
3,133 
5,664 
2,106 
5,184 


5,425 
2,931 
4,863 
1,876 
4,146 


136,808 
69,241 

114,677 
42,291 

110,865 


180,160 
97,006 

162,558 
56,764 

140, U6 


143,730 
75,755 

125,018 
46,572 

103,732 








25,802 


6,230 




4,268 


Florida 




1,150 


62,962 


6,294 


14,790 


813 


376 


6,012 


7,218 


7,151 


317,071 


248,037 


242,107 


East South Central; 


























Kentucky _. : 

Tennessee .". 

Alabama 

Mississippi 


767 


27,396 


4,722 


6,205 


604 


292 


3,439 


4,256 


4,284 


93,844 


141,062 


146,552 


936 


27, 375 


3,957 


6,276 


666 


260 


3,941 


4,645 


4,141 


107,376 


133,506 


1U,743 


803 


20, 811 


3,643 


4,718 


537 


241 


3,395 


4,055 


3,715 


77,307 


103,267 


84,909 


568 


11,418 


2,024 


2,459 


412 


267 


1,934 


2,176 


2,068 


41,092 


49,201 


43,898 


West South Central; 


























Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma •. 

Texas 


772 


15,249 


2,128 


2,964 


583 


326 


2,497 


2,464 


2,338 


77,505 


60,602 


55,461 


714 


27,236 


3,817 


6,437 


477 


261 


4,141 


4,615 


4,301 


103,465 


131,059 


106,367 


1,023 


24,215 


3,742 


5,436 


799 


449 


3,616 


4,295 


3,986 


92,071 


114,458 


100,890 


2,603 


87,785 


12, 576 


19,815 


1,718 


971 


12,375 


14,215 


13,176 


338,868 


428,747 


376,362 


Mountain: 


























Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 


222 


7,002 . 


939 


1,360 


170 


101 


1,086 


1,126 


1,116 


24,390 


26,650 


25,428 


249 


8,520 


1,020 


1,796 


162 


118 


1,261 


1,470 


1,384 


29,113 


37,732 


32,374 


131 


3,903 


591 


701 


104 


62 


616 


549 


654 


11,718 


13,309 


12,957 


511 
274 


16,704 
7,149 


2,463 
1,012 


4,190 
1,306 


379 
207 


192 
108 


2,576 
1,019 


3,358 
1,050 


2,756 
1,144 


67,280 
22,636 


93,284 
24,530 


71,893 


Arizona 

Utah 




251 
255 
120 


10, 569 
10,341 
31,276 


1,408 

1,593 

461 


2,136 

2,372 

14, 249 


200 
198 
114 


106 
117 
35 


1,721 
1,695 
3,292 


1,399 
2,153 
3,695 


1,636 
1,784 
3,893 


52,093 
38,076 
236,741 


37,075 

55,138 

273,242 


47,692 


Nevada 








Pacific: 


























Washington 


839 
533 


36,840 
22,030 


6,250 
2,842 


9,706 
5,174 


688 
443 


379 
255 


5,248 
2,819 


6,118 
3,386 


5,583 
3,042 


162,702 
83,159 


228,741 
124,571 


173,139 




89,6*0 




3,291 


255,136 


31,373 


67,730 


2,522 


919 


26,210 


30,362 


28,184 


1,106,153 


1,268,572 


1,283,470 



Includes motion picture theaters. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1.41 



Table iN.— HOTELS— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948 

ESTABLISHMBNTS. GuEST RoOMS, RECEIPTS, pAY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Geognphic division uid State 



Estabbsh- 
ments 

t>iumbcT) 



Guest 
rooms 

(Number) 



Receipts. 

entile 

year 

(Thousand 

do]liTs) 



Pay roll, 
enure year 

[Thousand 
dollars) 



Active pro- 
pnetors,' 
November 

(Number) 



Paid employees, workweek ended nearest - 



March 15 
(Number) 



July IS 

(Number) 



Nov. 15 
(Number) 



Pay roll, workweek ended nearest - 



March IS 
(DoiUrj) 



July 15 
(Dollars) 



Nov. 15 
(Dollirj) 



United States, total 

Geographic divisions: 

Ncu' England 
Middle .'Ktlantic 
East North Central 
West North Centt:d 
South .Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Cential 
Mountain 
Pacific 

New England . 

Maine , 

New Hampshiie 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

(Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic : 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pcnnsylvama ., 

East North Central. 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisctjnsin 

West North Central 

Minnesota 

Iowa * 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic : 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 
Flonda 

East South Central . 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain : 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Cokxado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

Oregon 

Cam otnia 



1.549.823 



2.17;.756 



660.004 



398,293 



11,991.810 



14 .405 .960 



12. 448.752 



2,192 
5,058 
4,545 
3,303 
3,697 
1,035 
2,705 
2,322 
4,793 



462 
460 
221 
665 
96 
288 



2,664 
1,170 
1,224 



766 

522 

1,259 

1,136 

862 



818 
442 
818 
219 
194 
347 
465 



71 
262 
100 
447 
255 
405 
196 
346 
1,615 



323 
214 
190 



319 
287 
607 
,492 



398 
220 
208 
652 

237 
266 
188 

153 



781 

468 

3,544 



94,233 
342,628 
286,264 
145,270 
187, 590 

47,838 
110,826 

85,233 
249,941 



143,273 
610,165 
418,125 
170,446 
268,231 
67,471 
132,472 
105,604 
256,969 



42,572 
194,325 
131,221 
49,716 
75,285 
18,879 
37,456 
30,841 
79,709 



1,810 
4,615 
3,949 
3,115 
3,094 
863 
2,231 
2,252 
4,482 



21,294 
95,916 
76,308 
34,975 
59,305 
17, 386 
31,361 
17,112 
40,703 



40,987 
133,931 
85,015 
37,000 
51,519 
17,794 
31,333 
20,710 
45,667 



22,705 
99,049 
79,349 
36,172 
52,721 
17,348 
31,250 
17,147 
42,552 



636,438 

3,195,770 

2,395,134 

940,455 

1,639,810 

362,031 

734,876 

590,706 

1,496,590 



1,211,376 

4,542,845 

2,728,704 

1,013,174 

1,376,858 

374,657 

742,185 

714,824 

1,701,337 



17,699 
15,446 

6,670 
35,302 

4,822 
14,294 



220,637 
60,322 
61,669 



52,889 
26,796 
117,284 
58,929 
30,366 



33,479 
21,082 
45,621 
7,648 
6,535 
14,348 
16,557 



1,981 
11,159 
16,699 
19,839 
11,453 
18,805 

7,877 
17,878 
81,899 



13,311 
16,427 
9,386 
8,714 



12,094 
12,452 
23,308 
62,972 



13,673 
7,460 
7,928 

25,525 
7,216 
9,479 
7,561 
6,391 



42,243 

23,389 

184,309 



17,975 
15,096 

8,318 
70,503 

8,481 
22,900 



409, 571 
83,655 
116,939 



92,320 
35,606 
171,403 
73,946 
44,850 



40,690 
23,782 
59,321 
8,368 
5,841 
17,834 
14,610 



4,638 
19,358 
40,931 
32,091 
14,630 
21,987 

9,676 
25,109 
99,811 



19,186 
23,623 
13,285 
11,377 



13,329 
22,953 
17,751 
78,439 



12,498 
9,309 
8,039 

24,316 
7,882 

14,606 
8,470 

20,484 



32,207 

19,881 

204,881 



4,796 
3,962 
2,304 
22,004 
2,660 
6,846 



134,701 
24,322 
35,302 



29,902 
10,539 
57,848 
20,627 
12,305 



12,090 
6,991 

18,434 
1,857 
1,439 
4,985 
3,920 



1,380 
5,668 

13,465 
9,619 
4,622 
5,837 
2,629 
6,570 

25,495 



5,480 
6,683 
3,606 
3,110 



3,632 

6,478 

5,412 

21,934 



3,266 
3,279 
2,158 
6,690 
2,058 
4,392 
2,599 
6,399 



10,618 
6,212 
62,879 



411 
459 
173 
454 
76 
237 



2,324 
1,112 
1,179 



553 

439 

1,003 

1,129 

825 



832 
398 
703 
226 
168 
328 
460 



72 
231 
63 
353 
197 
319 
155 
270 
1,434 



281 
263 
173 
146 



309 
221 
530 

1,171 



430 
203 
202 
669 

226 
213 

173 
136 



712 

502 

3,268 



2,154 
1,239 
1,326 
11,670 
1,435 
3,470 



62,984 
11,174 
21,758 



18,274 

7,375 

30,789 

12,797 

7,073 



7,156 
5,540 
12,612 
1,429 
1,096 
3,855 
3,287 



743 
4,039 
7,692 
7,127 
2,840 
4,926 
2,326 
6,206 
23,406 



4,419 
0,331 
3,578 
3,058 



3,468 

5,726 

4,3;i6 

17,851 



1,953 
1,934 
901 
4,004 
1,471 
3,243 
1,615 
1,991 



5,644 

3,361 

31,698 



6,918 
6,781 
2,815 
17,000 
1,994 
5,479 



87,136 
20,399 
26,396 



19,626 
7,914 
31,043 
16,159 
10,273 



8,593 
5,565 
12,763 
1,546 
1,205 
3,966 
3,362 



937 
4,841 
7,795 
9,032 
3,995 
5,602 
2,771 
6,325 
10,221 



4,476 
6,608 
3,634 
3,076 



3,283 

5,579 

4,388 

18,083 



2,689 
2,070 
2,482 
5,730 
1,635 
1,848 
1,808 
2,448 



6,186 
3,694 

35,787 



2,517 
1,377 
1,308 
12,457 
1,352 
3,694 



64,373 
11,842 
22,834 



19,337 

7,678 

31,664 

13,237 

7,433 



7,469 
5,678 
12,812 
1,544 
1,156 
4,033 
3,475 



753 
4,026 
7,884 
7,178 
3,847 
4,937 
2,351 
6,282 
15,463 



4,421 
6,422 
3,519 
2,986 



3,427 

5/494 

4,442 

17,887 



2,118 
1,727 
932 
4,341 
1,569 
2,485 
1,682 
2,293 



6,048 
3,664 
32,840 



55,606 
32,630 
33,306 

360,220 
46, 375 

108,301 



2,220,092 
366,172 
609,506 



541,734 
199,937 
1,070,448 
384,159 
198,856 



216,778 
133,669 
355,177 
35,429 
29,392 
95,192 
74,818 



24,704 

99,687 
250,346 
166,171 

65,693 
110,936 

48,103 
129,033 
745,137 



104,556 
125,885 
70,049 

61,541 



70,452 
128,578 
104,727 
431,119 



62,262 
63,746 
29,133 

118,604 
39,287 

114,945 
46,079 

116,650 



193,997 

109,993 

1,192,600 



180,086 
188,895 

63,150 
527,381 

62,680 
183,684 



3,101,414 
672,925 
768,506 



606,822 
212,692 
1,117,528 
486,333 
305,329 



260,671 
135,978 
369,904 
37,435 
32,543 
97,579 
79,064 



30,652 
123,621 
255,959 
215,341 
107,120 
132,976 

59,436 
128, 778 
322,975 



105,761 

134,758 

71,826 

62,312 



70,549 
123,266 
107,407 
440,963 



82,183 
69,025 
85,876 

170,971 
45,936 
63,636 
51,933 

145,264 



213,098 

122,848 

1,365,391 



689,545 

3,443,272 

2,554,575 

1,002,510 

1,450,777 

367,890 

749,794 

611,721 

1,578,668 



65,423 
34,639 
34,591 

393,201 
46,076 

115,615 



2,389,477 
390,347 
663,448 



590,620 
208,386 
1,124,526 
411,567 
219,476 



235,745 
137,682 
379,611 
33,396 
31,237 
99,126 
80,713 



25,370 
103,029 
267,675 
174,363 
103,755 
109,694 

46,392 
129,205 
490,294 



104,732 
130,785 
70,729 
61,644 



73,635 
123,484 
108,994 
443,631 



69,463 
59,527 
31,232 

133,491 
41,694 
88,739 
48,187 

139,388 



212,318 

124,783 

1,241,567 



' Proprietors of unincorporated businesses. 



1.42 



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Table IP.— TOURIST COURTS— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948 

ESTABUSHMENTS. RbNTAL UnITS, RECEIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Geographic divuion and State 



Enabliah- 
ments 



CNstmber) 



Rental 

CNumber) 



Receipts, 

entire 

year 

(Thousand 

dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(TTioujand 
dollars) 



Active pro- 
prietors," 
November 

(Number) 



Paid employees, workweek ended nearest- 



March 13 
(Number) 



July 15 
(Number) 



Nov. 15 
(Number) 



Pay roll, workweek ended nearest- 



March 15 
(Dollarj) 



July 15 
(Dollurs) 



Nov. 15 

(Dollars) 



United Sutes, total 



23,833 



16,972 



360,.;i5 



Geographic divisions : 

New England . 
Middle Atlantic . 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlanuc . - 
East South Central. . 
West South Central. 

Mountain 

Pacific 

New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont - 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecucut 

Middle Atlantic 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsui 

West North Central-. 

Mirmesota 

Iowa , 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic : 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distna of Columbia . , . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Caroliiu 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida: 

East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central-. 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Teius 

Mountain; 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico , . . . , 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

PaciBc: 

Washington 

Oregon 

Caluomia 



1,700 
1,683 
3,184 
2,750 
2,999 
899 
3,136 
3,739 
5,779 



J20 
3o3 



1,03<1 
2<3 
406 



418 
280 
296 
1,441 
749 



1,063 
308 
542 
61 
224 
217 
335 



36 

166 

1 

319 

77 

300 

181 

319 

1,600 



222 

362 
166 
149 



456 
253 

411 
2,016 



392 
289 
270 
1,031 
537 
703 
290 
277 



901 
1,189 
3,689 



17,541 
18,267 
27,310 
27,245 
36,418 
11,611 
44,211 
51,960 
69,337 



7,557 
8,886 
13,410 
16,390 
26,262 
9,327 
29,905 
35,944 
47,824 



712 
839 
1,137 
1,661 
3,412 
1,421 
4,544 
4,082 
41796 



1,812 
1,866 
3,508 
2,984 
3,207 
869 
2,968 
4,069 
6,412 



156 

289 

609 

923 

2,815 

1,245 

3,659 

2,152 

2,746 



1,641 
1,204 
1,620 
2,134 
3,314 
1,450 
4,054 
4,604 
3,812 



228 
425 
759 
1,227 
3,144 
1,444 
4,171 
2,499 
3,075 



4,280 
8,526 
14,499 
21,815 
63,740 
25,613 
80,673 
57,946 
63,323 



36,872 
31,718 
38,705 
50,175 
73,270 
30,154 
91,311 
122,772 
117,671 



4,169 

5,487 
2,418 
3,828 
440 
1,199 



10,939 
3,026 
4,302 



4,219 
2,555 
3,086 
11,628 
5,822 



8,817 
2,950 
5,398 
700 
2,749 
2,657 
3,974 



363 
2,274 

156 
4,382 

854 
3,654 
2,377 
3,974 
18,384 



2,525 

4,672 
2,136 
2,278 



4,804 
3,997 
4,702 
30,708 



4,776 
3,252 
5,214 
11,999 
7,765 
9,703 
5,085 
4,166 



10,078 
10,843 
48,416 



1,665 

2,356 

972 

1,792 

190 

532 



4,598 
1,705 
2,583 



2,802 
1,514 
2,077 
4,721 
2,296 



4,077 
1,839 
3,939 
460 
1,555 
1,993 
2,527 



224 
2,029 

148 
4,270 

391 
2,364 
1,503 
3,078 
12,255 



1,962 
3,730 
2,012 
1,623 



3,003 
3,064 
2,883 
20,955 



2,953 
1,926 
3,492 
7,454 
5,302 
6,394 
3,993 
3,930 



6,307 
7,039 
34,478 



148 
198 
106 
186 
17 
57 



325 
266 
248 



328 
138 
218 
283 
170 



330 
144 
505 
47 
192 
215 
228 



19 
249 

39 
543 

28 

336 

202 

417 

1,579 



267 
553 
313 
283 



392 

568 

301 

3,283 



304 
128 
420 
538 
598 
810 
729 
505 



440 
3,839 



218 

378 

52 

116 



,146 
245 
475 



429 
330 
317 
1,637 
795 



1,184 
333 
583 
67 
212 
237 
368 



39 
186 

333 

73 

304 

173 

315 
1,779 



220 
357 
165 
147 



473 
213 
422 

1,860 

440 
293 
293 
1,160 
527 
748 
290 
313 



934 
1,503 
3,975 



71 
36 
132 



181 
115 
164 
107 
42 



303 

34 

95 

125 

191 



15 
158 

12 
422 

25 
213 
178 
481 
,311 



186 
468 
320 

271 



380 

501 

219 

2,559 



126 
76 
138 
289 
436 
512 
330 
245 



314 

267 

2,165 



413 
563 
297 
266 



683 
214 
307 



309 
153 
197 
532 

379 



717 
138 
473 
47 
271 
203 
230 



20 
235 

23 
587 

33 
436 
239 
525 
,216 



257 
557 
351 
285 



406 
493 
268 

2,887 



448 
148 
547 
670 
580 
749 
937 
325 



520 

422 

2,870 



112 
116 
197 



203 
134 
172 
177 
73 



156 
120 
384 
39 
138 
173 
212 



17 
197 

13 
519 

36 

244 

214 

514 

1,390 



242 
533 
361 

303 



396 

540 

270 

2,965 



165 
95 
181 
362 
501 
589 
333 
273 



319 

313 

2,443 



562 
464 
183 
2,262 
260 
549 



2,041 
3,194 
3,291 



5,162 
2,410 
3,925 
2,332 
670 



I 



2,169 
1,765 
7,658 
732 
2,494 
2,993 
4,004 



310 
4,062 

537 
3,770 

431 

4,739 

3,514 

7,749 

33,628 



4,125 

10,165 

5,920 

5,403 



7,448 
10,616 

5,203 
57,406 



3,129 
1,728 
3,941 
6,856 
9,946 
13,770 
10,175 
8,401 



6,081 

6,923 

66,319 



8,895 
12,328 
5,999 
7,257 
401 
1,992 



16,964 
7,495 
7,259 



8,732 
3,545 
4,604 
12,541 
9,033 



15,909 
4,704 

11,813 
1,148 
6,660 
4,905 
5,036 



436 

5,646 

922 

12,554 

599 

10,189 

5,045 

8,726 

29,153 



5,952 

11,955 

6,663 

5,534 



8,040 
11,199 

6,375 
65,697 



11,178 
3,968 
17,613 
21,468 
13,208 
18,873 
24,750 
11,509 



14,687 
10,902 
92,082 



5,872 
12,178 
17,893 
28,705 
70,680 
30,184 
94,914 
67,954 
93,519 



933 
706 
539 
2,660 
275 
759 



2,768 
4,725 
4,665 



5,804 
2,695 
4,182 
3,662 
1,350 



3,398 
2,612 
9,946 
927 
3,215 
3,919 
4,688 



358 

4,731 

566 

11,768 

614 

5,246 

4,388 

8,589 

34,420 



5,520 
11,743 
6,807 
6,114 



7,698 
12,106 

6,536 
68,574 



3,805 

2,346 

5,541 

8,676 

11,602 

16,478 

10,130 

9,376 



8,506 
8,397 
76,616 



Proprietors of unincorporated businesses. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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ESTABLISHMf-NTS AND RECf.lPTS 



Mctropobtan area 



Personal, business, and repair services 



Total 



Establish' 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts. 

entire 

year 

{Thousand 

dollars) 



Personal services 



Estabbsh- 
ments 

(><umberj 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Receipts, 

entire 

year 

{Thousand 

[T^umber) dollars) 



Estabbsh- 
ments 



Business services 



Estabbsh 
ments 



(^lumber), 



Automobile repair 
services and garages 



Receipts, 

entire 

year 

{Thousand 

dollars) 



Estabbsh 
ments 



(Number; 



Miscellaneous 
' repair services 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 
(Thousand 
dollars) 



Estabbsh- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Estabbsh- 
ments 



[Number] 



Receipts, 

entire 

year 

(Thousand 

dollars) 



Estabbsh 
ments 



(Number] 



Tounsts courts 



Receipts. 

entire 

year 
(Thoui. 
dollars) 



Akron. Ohio 

AJbany-Schenectady-Troy, N. Y. . 
Alkntown-Bethlchem-Easton, Pz, 

Altocna, Pa 

AsheviUe, N. C 

Atlanta, Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J 

Augusta. Ga 

Austin, Tex 

Baltimore. Md 



Baton Rouge, La 

Bcaumont-Pon Arthur. Tei. 

Binghamton. N, Y 

Bimungham. Ala 

Boston, Mass 

Bndgcporx, (^^onn 

Brockton, Mass 

BuSilo, N. Y 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 



Charleston, S. C. . . 
Charleston, W. Vi. 

Caiarlottc. N. C 

Chattanooga, Teno . 

Chicago, ID 

Cinannan, Ohio. . . 
Cleveland. Ohio. . . . 

Columbu, S. C. 

C^umbus, Ga 

(Ikilumbus, Ohio. . . . 



C^orpus Clhnsti, Tex 

Dallas. Teit 

Davenport, Ia.-Rock Island-Molinejll . 

Dayton. Ohio 

Decatur, 111 

Denver. Colo 

Des Moines. Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Duluth, Muui.-Supcrior.Wis 

Durham, N. C 



El Paso, Tei 

Erie, Pa 

Evansville, Ind 

Fall River, Mass .... 

Flint. Mich 

Fort Wayne. Ind 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Fresno, Cahf 

CJalvcston, Tex 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 



Greensboro-High Point, N. C 

Hanulton-Middletown,Ohio 

Hamsburg. Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

Houston, Tex 

Huntington, W. Va.- Ashland, Ky . 

Indianapobs, Ind 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville. Fla 

Johnstown, Pa 



Kalamazoo, Mich. . 
Kansas City, Mo. . 
KnorviUe, Term . . . 

Lancaster. Pa 

Lansing. Mich 

Lawrence, Mass . . . 

Lincobi, Nebr 

Little Rock. Ark... 
Loe Aneeles. Clalif . . 
Louisville, Ky 



Lowell, Mass 

Macon, Ga 

Madison, Wis 

Manchester, N. H 

Memphis, Tcnn 

Miami, Fla 

Milwaukee, Wis 

MinneapoUs-St. f^iul, Miim . 

Mobile. Ah 

Montgomery, Ala 



Musk^m, Mich 

Naahv^e, Tcnn 

New Bedford, Mass 

New Britain-Bristol. Conn 

New Haven, Coon 

New Oleans, La 

New York-Northeastan New Jersey 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va 

CUahoma City. Okh 

Omaha, Nebr 

:>eft lootnotes at end of table. 



i.oOO 

2,2«. 

1,839 
557 
405 

2,397 
865 
465 
615 

y,5ii 

408 
767 
641 

1,605 
10,655 

1,131 
511 

4,444 

1,025 
372 

459 

709 

662 

792 

23,899 

3,425 

6,200 

396 

447 

2,021 

598 
2,694 

803 
1,588 

375 
2,488 

948 
10,752 

815 

313 

540 

780 

618 

597 

929 

719 

1,691 

1,111 

404 

1,063 

549 

426 
1,181 
1,598 
3,427 

648 
2,114 

373 
1,023 

858 

419 

3,955 

822 

900 

446 

593 

430 

763 

21,924 

2,045 

497 

375 

547 

428 

1,323 

2,612 

3,051 

4,101 

680 

392 

394 

1,017 

719 

539 

1,403 

2,415 

73,217 

1,438 

1,688 

1,385 



24,305 
34,957 
20,279 
5,419 
6,270 
57,199 
10,562 
6,162 
9,284 
89,505 

7,635 
11,408 

8,739 

32,209 

169,984 

16,601 

5,736 
65,043 
14,676 

5,900 

6,297 

12,312 

14,572 

15,545 

575,439 

65,207 

123,324 

8,687 

6,372 

34,852 

9,630 
60,751 
13,232 
27,538 

6,347 

43,562 

20, 519 

239,494 

10, 314 

6,060 

7,541 

9,781 
10,967 

6,656 
11,610 
12,866 
26,471 
17,877 

7,158 
19,624 

11,057 

6,090 

14,413 

27,891 

63,137 

9,609 

47,877 

8,243 

20,950 

10,236 

6,847 

71,354 

16,760 

9,777 

8,335 

7,928 

7,552 

12,179 

416,367 

39,985 

5,699 
6,648 
9,580 
5,951 
29,463 
53,202 
61,573 
79,841 
11,263 
6,746 

5,359 
24,327 
8,902 
6,714 
22,336 
38,920 
1,503,401 
21,414 
28,807 
26, 596 



1,002 

1,494 

1,161 

360 

230 

1,415 

582 

284 

346 

3,829 

251 
440 
428 
985 

7,522 
792 
358 

3,080 
635 
220 

286 

466 

379 

481 

16,825 

2,296 

4,122 

250 

267 

1,303 

323 
1,493 

500 
1,067 

206 
1,462 

497 
7,399 

520 

213 

316 
487 
363 
402 
575 
421 
986 
562 
243 
602 

346 

286 

758 

1,011 

1,915 

413 

1,312 

234 

613 

564 

238 

2,346 

483 

495 

301 

438 

236 

441 

12,404 

1,327 

355 

225 

335 

279 

899 

1,537 

2,004 

2,476 

392 

248 

220 
597 
460 
370 
937 
1,596 
49,454 
945 
928 
836 



13,842 

19,162 

11,815 

2,962 

4,182 

27,186 

6,476 

3,609 

5,130 

48,038 

4,927 
6,024 
4, '83 5 
17,056 
90,815 
9,619 
3,748 
36,712 
8,589 
3,247 

4,141 

8,180 

7,592 

8,460 

282,548 

36,129 

58,936 

5,200 

3,737 

20,324 

4,808 
26, 302 

7,650 
16,335 

3,141 
21,260 

9,495 
117,979 

6,103 

4,648 

4,551 
5,710 
6,350 
4,172 
6,670 
6,199 
13,878 
6,866 
4,147 
9,540 

6,994 
4,399 
7,922 

14,444 

31,407 
5,976 

27,726 
5,008 

11,192 
5,454 

3,609 

35,292 

9,168 

4,005 

5,310 

5,282 

4,029 

6,698 

182,073 

22,212 

3,896 

3,818 

5,168 

3,296 

18,501 

26,516 

34,220 

40,443 

6,147 

4,004 

3,068 
12,307 
5,136 
4,258 
13,195 
18,376 
655,374 
13,079 
11,636 
12,455 



87 
145 
77 
23 
34 
223 
33 
22 
46 
319 

27 
39 
29 
79 

746 
80 
16 

254 
63 
27 



39 

56 

51 

2,056 

255 

484 

21 

2! 

137 

39 
271 

65 
100 

30 
221 
101 
631 

56 

12 

33 
45 
45 
22 
43 
61 
93 
80 
21 
72 

30 

24 

72 

152 

216 

46 

151 

35 

78 

31 

32 

309 

41 

41 

21 

22 

35 

57 

2,208 

141 

24 

24 

48 

24 

97 

237 

272 

352 

41 

23 

31 
80 
26 
28 
101 
128 
6,538 
71 
117 
96 



3,023 

4,910 

1,687 

476 

596 

12,247 

1,189 

390 

683 

18,476 

815 
1,072 
1,052 
3,967 
36,976 
2,059 

111 
12,280 
2,136 

874 

347 

(x) 

1,914 

3,846 

177,222 

12,763 

35,407 

643 

(x) 

5,459 

1,100 

13,486 

2,397 

3,575 

1,265 

6,876 

5,164 

70,130 

1,186 

144 

637 
1,022 
1,267 

500 
1,428 
2,340 
3,166 
2,923 
1,046 
2,776 

1,588 

472 

2,068 

5,742 

10,107 

(x) 
7,477 
1,524 
3,019 

(x) 

959 
12,916 

1,496 

1,060 
949 
389 
936 

2,022 
100,483 

6,416 

348 

717 
1,575 

848 

4,364 

7,552 

12,969 

17,594 

1,273 

674 

556 

3,770 

506 

558 

3,294 

7,373 

522,886 

1,931 

5,463 

6,514 



328 
341 
344 
96 
81 
411 
152 
100 
117 
782 

81 
144 
100 
306 
1,155 
154 

82 
605 
198 

53 

85 

136 

120 

149 

2,231 

465 

823 

73 

99 

335 

127 
535 
121 
263 

76 

475 

198 

1,575 

119 

43 

91 
150 
135 

99 
186 
125 
373 
298 

71 
227 

90 
72 
197 
225 
714 
119 
350 
55 
172 
152 



685 
186 
205 
71 
67 
90 
145 
4,296 
322 

62 
60 
65 
61 
165 
415 
383 
681 
133 
70 

96 
204 
123 
70 
211 
354 
7,429 
229 
365 
244 



5,465 
6,644 
4,609 
1,399 
982 

10,767 
1,791 
1,429 
2,334 

14,713 

1,538 
2,239 
1,955 
6,833 
25,733 
3,514 
1,288 
9,550 
2,910 
1,062 

996 
2,404 
2,962 
2,177 
66,056 
10,087 
17,538 
1,818 
1,411 
6,400 

1,703 

11,984 

1,888 

5,845 

1,063 

11,426 

3,760 

30,804 

1,736 

605 

1,142 
2,311 
2,165 
1,392 
2,501 
2,930 
6,475 
5,718 
984 
5,760 

1,543 
872 
2,933 
4,247 
13,248 
1,746 
8,350 
1,134 
4,602 
2,519 

1,623 
13,502 
3,686 
3,323 
1,571 
1,179 
1,918 
2,178 
79,871 
7,741 

875 
1,260 
1,596 
1,015 
4,400 

11,116 
8,862 

14,707 
2,487 
1,363 

1,347 
5,814 
1,708 
1,221 
4,059 
8,135 
177,693 
4,082 
7,029 
4,760 



183 

264 

257 

78 

60 

348 

98 

59 

106 

581 

49 
144 
84 
235 
1,232 
105 

'^l 
129 
72 

71 

68 

107 

111 

2,787 

409 

771 

52 

60 

246 

109 
395 
117 
158 
63 
330 
152 
1,147 
120 
45 

100 
98 
75 
74 
125 
112 
239 
171 
69 
162 



154 
210 
582 

70 
301 

49 
160 
111 

72 
615 
112 
159 
53 
66 
69 
120 
3,016 
255 



162 
423 
392 
592 
114 
51 

47 
136 
110 
71 
154 
337 
9,796 
193 

27i; 

209 



1,975 

4,241 

2,168 

582 

510 

6,999 

1,106 

734 

1,137 

8,278 

355 
2,073 

897 
4,353 
16,460 
1,409 

589 
C,501 
1,041 

717 

813 

(x) 

2, '.14 

i,0.-.2 
4 ,ol3 

6,228 
11,443 

1,026 

(x) 

2,669 

2,019 
8,979 
1,297 
1,783 

878 

4,000 

2,100 

20, 581 

1,289 

663 

1,211 

738 

1,185 

592 

1,011 

1,397 

2,952 

2,370 

981 

1,548 

932 
347 

1,490 

3,458 

8,375 

(x) 

4,324 
577 

2,137 

(x) 

656 
9,644 
2,410 
1,389 

505 
1,078 

669 

1,281 

53,940 

3,616 

580 

853 
1,241 

792 
2,198 
8,018 
5,522 
7,097 
1,356 

705 

388 
2,436 
1,552 
677 
1,788 
5,036 
l'i7,448 
."i,-J22 
»,679 
2,867 



157 

117 

165 

51 

36 

129 

117 

37 

52 

450 

36 

62 

56 

162 

614 

102 

26 

286 

96 

38 

35 

105 

59 

58. 

1,576 

415 

527 

«3 

26 

173 

63 
208 

95 
137 

43 
151 

68 
1,228 

96 

22 

42 

77 
49 
36 

100 
53 

116 
91 
57 

105 



157 
65 

189 
33 

104 

116 

34 
362 

124 
48 
39 
40 
40 
65 
1,342 
122 

40 
36 
40 
29 
95 
205 
201 
246 
69 
26 

55 
78 
45 
40 
145 
143 
3,683 
184 
125 
111 



1 

3 

2 

2 

135 

21 

31 

1 

1 



2 
128 

12 

1 

2 

2 

1 

6, 

20 

13 

19 

2 

1 



2 
2 
6 
12 
370 
7 
5 
6 



45 
52 
64 
18 
26 
54 
348 
13 
13 
95 



40 
27 
36 

136 
19 
10 

118 
23 
13 



27 
814 

62 
123 

13 



24 
103 

22 

20 

9 

221 

31 

339 

120 

5 



31 
106 
- 34 
71 
13 
80 
38 

24 
266 
29 

24 
8 
11 
12 

27 

1,113 

40 



24 

22 
5 

42 
646 

54 
156 



32 

88 
987 
133 
107 

81 



3,516 
7,849 
4,634 
1,221 

(x) 
9,733 

38,192 
1,773 
1,788 

13,279 

(x) 

(x) 

1,878 

(x) 
40,945 

2,656 

401 

16,255 

2,033 

(X) 

1,546 

(x) 

2,344 

(x) 

147,977 

16,702 

25,816 

1,924 

816 

10,217 

3,055 

(x) 

3,783 

6,037 

937 

12,273 

4,782 
37,324 

5,766 
964 

(x) 

2,289 

2,456 

(x) 

1,812 

(x) 

4,960 

3,796 

3,227 

4,938 

2,051 
1,116 
6,171 
4,478 
10,746 
2,450 
9,434 
(x) 
6,295 
1,847 

793 
19,212 
3,071 
2,175 
1,715 

517 

2,361 

3,509 

66, 132 

(x) 

235 

(x) 

2,783 
752 

(x) 
48,400 
13,352 
19,267 

(x) 

1,645 

1,021 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
2,436 
13,763 
302,934 
6,359 
(x) 
8,870 



22 
16 

9 
39 
78 
29 
21 
13 

5 
27 

157 
83 
9 



221 

23 

69 

92 

2 

50 
37 
2 
4 
11 
11 
69 
46 
46 
13 



115 
15 
24 
11 
71 
3 

6 
52 
50 
13 
10 

1 

17 

30 

980 

37 



17 
116 



27 
9 

16 

37 

11 

6 

3 

77 

100 

36 

58 

19 



1.56 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 1 S.— SELECTED SERVICES— KIND-OF-BUSINESS GPOUPS, BY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA: 1948— Continued 

Establishments and RECtiprs 



Metropolitan area 



ia.6u 

d^phia, Pa . 



Personal, business, and repair services 



Establish' 
meats 



(Number) 



Receipts, 

entire 

year 

(Thousand 

dollars) 



Personal services 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 

entire 

year 

(Thousand 

dollars) 



Receipts, 

entire 

year 

(Thousand 

(Number) dollars) 



Establish- 
ments 



Business services 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Automobile repair 
services and garages 



Receipts, 

entue 

year 

(Thousand 

dollars) 



Establish- 
ments 



Miscellaneous 
repair services 



year 

(Thousand 
(Number) dollars) 



Receipts, 
entire 



Establish 
ments 



Amusements ' 



(Number; 



Recapts, 

entire 

year 

(Thousand 

dollars) 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number 



Hotels 



Receipts, 

entire 

year 

(Thousand 

dollars) 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number^ 



Tounsts courts 



ReceiptB. 

entire 

year 

(Thous. 

dollars) 



Peona,i 

PhiladJ! 
Phoenit, Anz. 
Pittsburgh, Pa - . 
Portland, Maine 
Ponland, Oreg. . . 
Providence, R. 1 . 

Racine, Wis 

Ralagh, N.C. 
Reading, Pi 



Richmond, Va 

Roanoke, Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Rockford, III 

Sacramento, Clalif , . . . 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio, Tex . . . . 



San Bernardino, Calif 

San Diego, Calif 

San Franasco-Oakland, Calif . 

San Jose. Calif 

Savannah, Ga 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Shreveport, La 

Siou-x City, Iowa. . . . , 

South Bend, Ind 



Spokane, Wash 

Springfield, 111 

Springfield, Mo 

Springfield, Ohio 

Springfield-Holyoke, Mass . 
Stamford-Norwalk, Conn , . 

Stockton, CaUf 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Tacoma, Wash 

Taropa-St. Petersburg, Fla . 



Terre Haute, Ind 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kans 

Trenton, N. J 

Tulsa, Okla 

Unca-Rome, N. Y 

Waco, Tex 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Conn 

Wheehng, W. Va.~SteubenvilIe, Ohio . 



Wichita, Kans 

Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton, Pil . 

Wilmington, Del 

Winston-Salem, N. C 

Worcester, Mass 

York, Pa 

Youngstown, Ohio 



835 
16,944 
1,179 
8,160 

551 
2,979 
3,594 

356 

407 
1,130 

1,182 

404 

2,132 

551 

1,150 

473 

379 

7,068 

1,110 

1,756 

1,027 

2,223 

11,C04 

1,045 

668 

1,160 

3,294 

548 

450 

646 

830 
503 
484 
388 

1,641 
828 
824 

1,399 
962 

1,696 

398 
1,622 

375 
1,086 

999 
1,108 

572 
4,517 

648 
1,113 

1,091 
1,646 
1,076 

401 
i,144 

859 
1,744 



15,500 
246,007 

19,126 

125,361 

8,060 

53,328 

42,911 
4,255 
7,952 

15,404 

26, 502 

8,504 

46,218 

10,042 
19,021 
6,410 
5,448 
120,313 
18,655 
25,136 

13,719 
33,054 
207,089 
17,270 

8,633 
11,775 
57,634 
11,294 

6,717 
12,384 

13,968 

8,968 

6,049 

7,209 

23,702 

12,185 

13,107 

24,170 

15,855 

23,429 

5,964 
27, 418 

6,440 
17,046 
20,880 
13,624 

6,531 
108, 579 

8,324 
12,854 

18,127 
14,027 
13,690 

7,105 
16,316 

9,692 
24,660 



501 

12,070 

642 

5,834 

340 

1,646 

2,492 

223 

246 

723 

756 
236 

1,347 
325 
659 
294 
200 

4,669 
624 
990 

526 

1,317 

6,971 

606 

424 

820 

1,928 

282 

249 

419 

462 
292 
256 
223 
1,108 
537 
433 
851 
528 
985 

229 
1,121 
204 
725 
558 
715 
323 
3,122 
462 
787 

561 
1,128 
731 
269 
798 
497 
1,167 



13,914 
5,645 

19,157 
5,213 
9,169 
4,047 
2,760 

61,510 
9,067 

13,545 

6,954 
19,718 
98,724 

9,355 
4,785 
7,213 
28,325 
4,693 
3,265 
7,003 

6,622 
4,585 

2,999 
3,199 

13,558 
6,957 
5,462 

11,856 
7,292 

12,244 

3,333 
15,641 
2,991 
8,932 
9,757 
8,317 
3,641 
65,420 
5,174 
8,044 

8,015 
3,376 
7,675 
5,086 
8,751 
5,207 
15,835 



348 

34 

205 

201 

25 

25 



31 
29 

135 
45 
63 
25 
32 

447 
87 
99 

63 

169 

890 

71 

44 

54 

288 

48 

35 

40 

68 
42 



40 
110 

74 
119 



335 
22 
41 

81 
58 
50 



2,181 
45,834 

2,699 
24,051 
(>:) 
10,530 

6,318 
555 
797 

1,889 

4,666 
(x) 

18,796 

1,846 

2,339 

495 

703 

26,698 

3,194 

3,070 

1,382 
3,876 
48,617 
1,632 
833 
1,319 
9,860 
2,138 
1,000 
1,946 

1,390 
1,290 

662 
2,281 
2,794 
1,039 

987 
4,691 
3,529 
3,443 

803 
4,632 

1,157 

3,094 

1,814 

1,411 

836 

15,298 

617 

953 

2,338 

1,277 
(x) 

580 
2,376 

847 
2,220 



147 

2,301 

267 

1,217 

98 

620 

485 

49 

81 

214 

195 
73 
381 
108 
263 
84 
32 
1,067 
230 
371 

278 
■411 
1,654 
246 
104 
131 
606 
133 
102 
103 

155 



258 
127 
232 
241 
186 
305 



240 
70 
130 
238 
203 
110 
517 



251 
243 
180 
72 
143 
205 
329 



3,475 
41,815 

4,403 
20,312 

1,816 
15,169 

7,037 
621 

1,593 

3,356 

4,973 
1,339 
5,967 
2,100 
5,482 
1,200 
1,487 
20,130 
4,266 
5,792 

4,138 
6,773 

40,098 
4,803 
1,748 
2,223 

13,330 
2,944 
1,606 
2,480 

3,349 

1,596 
1,879 
1,173 
5,267 
2,625 
4,986 
4,383 
2,917 
4,927 

1,077 
5,073 
1,310 
3,293 
5,821 
2,561 
1,230 
16,846 
1,713 
2,547 

4,323 
2,480 
(x) 
1,019 
3,503 
2,948 
5,068 



124 

1,716 

196 

761 

79 

508 

416 

59 

55 

147 

149 
6« 
269 
73 
165 
70 
65 
885 
169 
296 

160 

326 

1,489 

122 

96 

105 

472 

85 

64 

79 

145 
78 
76 
47 
131 
99 
119 
197 
174 
287 

59 
171 

62 
127 
150 
142 
106 
543 

65 
112 

198 

217 
115 
46 
131 
106 
179 



1,795 
25,170 

2,222 
10,796 

(x) 

6,345 

4,254 
410 
335 

1,828 

2,944 

(x) 

2,298 
883 

2,031 

663 

498 

11,925 

2,128 

2,729 

1,245 
2,687 
19,650 
1,480 
1,267 
1,020 
6,119 
1,469 
846 
955 

2,107 
1,497 
509 
556 
2,083 
1,564 
1,672 
2,735 
2,117 
2,810 

751 
2,072 

982 
1,727 
3,483 
1,335 

824 
11,015 

320 
1,310 

2,951 
1,894 
1,771 

420 
1,681 

690 
1,537 



69 
870 
102 
889 

33 
206 
253 

37 

42 
105 

107 
37 

166 
32 
69 
46 
33 

529 



120 

236 

620 

59 

56 

68 

241 

67 

48 

48 

59 
38 
37 
30 
125 
34 
47 
116 
117 
186 

43 
144 
47 
68 
81 
82 
60 
297 
57 
130 

95 
169 
95 
23 
94 
52 
180 



3,551 

58,396 

5,700 

36,059 

1,796 

12,398 

18,126 

1,567 

1,312 

3,586 

5,341 
1,560 
3,285 
2,432 
4,829 
1,851 
1,566 
29,463 
5,037 
5,099 

3,987 

13,216 

60,127 

4,725 

1,751 

3,056 

14,836 

2,529 

2,216 

2,778 

3,916 
1,970 
1,046 
1,671 
6,776 
2,181 
3,025 
6,425 
4,055 
10,083 

1,513 
8,534 
1,482 
4,049 
4,040 
4,825 
1,451 
28,525 
2,076 
5,395 

4,083 
5,460 
6,392 
1,222 
J, 575 
2,102 
7,081 



36 
256 

94 
175 

20 
189 

40 



18 
14 
30 
19 

138 
14 
18 

185 
71 
83 



173 
765 
53 
21 
25 
248 
29 
35 
22 

104 
23 
25 
7 
46 
13 

120 
33 
58 

246 

15 
47 
13 
14 
77 
78 
17 
113 



3,451 
34,919 
7,620 
25,326 
3,332 
11,077 
6,355 
1,259 
1,792 
2,974 

5,123 
2,671 
6,257 

(x) 
5,592 
1,616 
1,022 

31,062 
5,683 
9,062 

2,922 
13,733 
56,655 
2,629 
2,936 
2,535 
14,667 
2,645 
(xi 
(X) 

6,285 

(xi 
1,412 
1,133 
7,392 
1,664 
2,843 
6,824 
1,794 

10,781 

1,774 
6,753 
1,634 
2,904 

(x) 
4,153 
975 

41,840 

(x) 
2,016 

3,879 
2,382 
3,527 
1,279 
3,061 
2,047 
3,216 



6 

80 

337 

61 

5 

137 

27 

8 

13 



27 

11 

5 

3 

58 

3 

10 

74 

87 

115 

329 

238 
170 
80 
22 
5 
110 
20 



63 
25 
32 
11 
13 
3 
50 
17 
65 
303 



16 

570 

2,508 

395 

24 

1,033 

146 

20 

84 

36 

583 

185 

9 

(x) 

608 

28 

79 

1,172 

1,502 

1,531 

1,936 

1,797 

2,580 

826 

172 

8 

1,066 

318 

67 

15 

565 

185 

352 

70 

51 

34 

554 

50 

630 

1,793 

70 

38 
121 

99 

380 

151 

297 

1,180 

(x) 

64 

259 
26 

143 
(x) 
76 
20 

139 



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CONTENTS 



Table 



Page 



2k Receipts Size — Selected Services — United States, by Kind of Business, 194-8: Establishments, 

receipts, pay roll, and personnel 2.02 

2B Receipts Size — Amusements — United States, by Kind of Business, 1948: Establishments, re- 
ceipts, taxes, pay roll, and personnel „ 2.10 

2C Receipts Size — Personal, Business, and Repair Services — Geographic Division and State, 1948: 

Establishments, receipts, payroll, and personnel 2.14 

2D Receipts Size- Amusements — Geographic Division and State, 1948: Establishments, receipts, 

taxes, pay roll, and personnel. 2.18 

2E Receipts Size — Personal, Business, and Repair Services — Selected Kinds of Business, by Geo- 
graphic Division and State, 1948: Establishments, receipts, pay roll, and personnel 2.22 

Page Page 

Advertising agencies 2.22 Photographic studios (inc. commercial 

Automobile storage, parking 2.24 photography) 2.48 

Barber shops 2.26 Power laundries 2.51 

Barber and beauty shops combined 2.29 Pressing, alteration, garment repair 

Beauty shops 2.31 shops 2.55 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (exc. rug clean- Self-service laundries 2.58 

ing) 2 .34 Shoe repair shops 2 .60 

Electrical repair shops 2.38 Upholstery, furniture repair shops 2.b3 

Funeral service 2.41 Watch, clock, jewelry repair 2.65 

General automobile repair shops 2.44 

2F Receipts Size — Motion Picture Theaters (regular) — Geographic Division and State, 1948: 

Establishments, seating capacity, receipts, taxes, pay roll and personnel 2.67 

2G Receipts Size — Bowling Alleys — Geographic Division and State, 1948: Establishments, receipts, 

taxes, pay roll, and personnel 2.71 

2H Receipts Size — Billiard and Pool Parlors — Geographic Division and State, 1948: Establish- 
ments, receipts, taxes, pay roll, and personnel 2.74 

2J Receipts Size — Hotels — Geographic Division and State, 1948: Establishments, guest rooms, re- 
ceipts, pay roll, and personnel. 2.77 

2K Receipts Size — Tourist Courts — Geographic Division and State, 1948: Establishments, rental 

units, receipts, pay roll, and personnel 2.81 

2L Receipts Size — Personal, Business, and Repair Services — Selected Standard Metropolitan Areas, 

1948: Establishments, receipts, pay roll, and personnel 2.83 

2M Receipts Size — Amusements — Selected Standard Metropolitan Areas, 1948: Establishments, re- 
ceipts, taxes, pay roll, and personnel 2.91 

2N Receipts size — Hotels — Selected Standard Metropolitan Areas, 1948: Establishments, guest 

roans, receipts, pay roll, and personnel 2.93 

P. 0. - 28 - S 2.01 



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SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 2B.— RECEIPTS SIZE— AMUSEMENTS -UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS; 1948 

Establish MBNTS. Rbcbipts, Taxes. Pay Roll, and Pbksonnbl 



Kind of business 



All eatabliahments, total 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



{Thousand 
dollars) 



Payroll, 
entire year 

(7TlOU5dTld 

dollars) 



Active 
proprietors,* 
November 



(>{umt>er) 



Paid 
employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(>iumber) 



Establishments operated entire year with annua] receipts of — 



$100,000 or more 



Number 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(thousand 
dollars) 



Taxes 



{Thousarui 
dollars) 



Payroll, 
entire year 



{Thousand 
dollars) 



Active 
proprietors,* 
November 



(SMmbcr) 



"TS 

ezapbyccs, 
workweek 

ended 

nearest 
Nov. IS 
(Sltmbcr) 



United States, total, 

Motion picture theaters, total 

Motion picture theaters, regular. 
Outdoor motion picture theaters . . . 
Portable motion picture tiieaters. 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers. 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool 
parlors, total. 

fiillard and pool parlors. 

Bowling alleys 

Dance halls, studios, and schools.., 

Race track operatltn, total 

AutoDobile. 

Dog 

Horse 

Sports pranoters and cdmiercial 
operators, total 

Baseball and football clubs, ath- 
letic fields, sports promoters.. , 
Baseball clubs (inc. pranoters). 
Football clubs (inc. pranoters). 
Stadiums, athletic fields, pro- 
moters .of boxing, wrestling, 
and other athletic events 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies. 

Ska'.ing -inks 

Skating rinks, roller 

Skating rinks, ice 

Swljnming pools 

Ccmnercial sports operators, 

n.e.c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals. 

Other ccmmercial sports opera- 
tore^ n.e.c 

Theaters and theatrical producers 
(exc, motion pictures ) 

Miscellaneous amusement and recrea- 
tion services, total 

Amusement devices. 

Amusement parks. 

Shooting galleries 

Coin-operated amusement device . 
services 

Miscellaneous amusement and rec- 
reation services, n.e.c.^ 

See footnotes at end of table. 



50,347 



323,396 



610,034 



37,874 



341,931 



4,673 



1,366,686 



204.196 



361,797 



18,631 



1,352,8 



261,402 



302,511 



8,488 



187,031 



159,636 



181,262 



17,689 

820 
122 



1,312,013 

40,385 

482 

28,509 



202,761 



9,661 
4,505 



1,074 



112 
15 



6,518 



589 

357 

21 



261 
325 
709 

1,424 

1,382 

42 



2,711 

147 

1,587 



1,426 



6,308 



1,604 
368 
181 

2,447 

1,708 



254,877 
6,453 

72 

(x) 



293,872 

8,569 

70 



7,978 
433 

77 



13,760 



181,222 

5,713 

96 

10,335 



798,805 
12,269 



9,117 



157,601 
2,035 



178,801 
2,461 



K,705 



65,485 
137,276 



442 
922 



4,207 
10,873 



12,413 
51,902 



9,879 
35,538 



9,588 
4,172 



1,018 
85 



9,766 
66,777 



8,597 



7,615 



15 
210 



2,068 
33,074 



15 
308 

2,045 

9,445 



693 
14,012 



5,198i 



7,434 
16,278 
153,320 



1,181 

768 

8,924 



23,369 



817 
3,53 
31,198 



5,869 



316 

325 

6,974 



17,196 



(x) 

(x) 

144,856 



97,713 



(x) 
(x) 
8,331 



(x) 
(x) 
29,629 



36,505 



110,655 
65,062 
10,239 



35,354 

3,849 
8,3CK 
5,180 

19,775 
16,770 
3,005 



15,531 

422 

6,915 



133,902 



20,142 

12,121 

1,761 



6,260 

229 
64 

17 

2,144 

1,705 

439 



(x) 



11,777 



42,803 
28,394 
5,464 



8,945 

1,014 
2,501 

1,145 

5,283 
4,254 
1,029 



2,969 

35 

1,000 

1,934 



56,803 



164 

34 

5 



234 
252 
669 

1,409 

1,387 

22 



2,760 

147 

1,617 



5,676 



8,885 
3,066 
1,047 



200 
900 
698 

4,783 

4,042 

741 



1,286 

15 
441 



160 
90 

12 



89,197 
51,764 
7,775 



29,658 



(x) 
1,335 



4,365 
1,910 
2,455 



16,517 
10,043 
1,330 



5,244 
(x) 



624 
249 
375 



33,489 
21,704 
3,932 



7,853 
(x) 



1,468 
606 
862 



(x) 
(x)' 



(x) 
(x)' 



7,726 
7,538 



(x) 
(x)' 



?5,556 



22,953 

38,660 

1,581 

97,460 

90,901 



1,447 

3,388 

5 

1,731 

5,206 



4,703 

12,237 

339 

20,232 

28,858 



1,083 
270 
140 

2,596 

1,587 



1,096 

2,708 

139 

7,265 

10,118 



196 
125 



3,545 
29,811 



34,328 
64,850 



117 
2,703 



912 
3,806 



611 
9,911 



7,745 
22,338 



1,159 



359 
5 



17 
151 



(x) 
(x) 



(X) 



(x) 

(l)" 



180 
104 



U7,809 



87,580 



86,450 
1,130 



424 
10,777 



3,065 
6,484 



(x) 
(x) 
6,014 



7,151 

2,673 

7d9 



3,769 
(x) 



988 
393 

595 



(X) 
(x)' 



11,221 



134 
1,921 



2,264 
6,902 



RECEIPTS SIZE 



2.11 



Tabic 2B.— RECEIPTS SIZE— AMUSEMENTS^-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

Establish MBNTS, Receipts, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Kind of business 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of— 



$50,000 to $99,999 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



(Thousand 
dolldrs) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(ThouJdnd 
dollars) 



propnetors, 
November 



(Humber) 



Rjd 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



$25,000 to $49,999 



Number 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(Thousand 
dolldri) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



(Thousand 
dolUri) 



proprietors. 
November 



(Number) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



United States, total 

Motion picture theaters, total 

Motion picture theaters, regular,. 
Outdoor notion picture theaters... 
Portable motion picture theaters,. 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers. 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool 
parlors, total 

Billiard and pool parlors , 

Bowling alleys 

Dance halls, studios, and schools... 

Race trade operation, total 

Jtutcmobile. 

o<« 

Borse 

Sports promoters and cciDmercial 
operators, total 

Baseball and football clubs, ath- 
letic fields. sports promoters.... 
Baseball clubs (Inc. prcmoters). 
Football clubs (Inc. pranoters), 
Stadiuns, athletic fields, pro- 
moters, of boxing, wrestling, 
and other athletic events 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Ri^ljlg academies 

Skating rinks 

Skating rinks, roller 

Skating rinks, ice 

Swioming pools 

CcoDerclal sports operators, 

D.e.c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals 

Other conDercial sports opera- 
tors,n.e.c 

Theaters and theatrical _producers 
(exc. motion pictures) 

Hlscellaneous anusement and rec- 
reation services, total 

Anaisenent devices 

Aflusement parks 

Shooting galleries 

Ccin-operated amusement device 
service 

Miscellaneous amusement and rec- 
reation services, n.e.c^ 

See footnotes at end of table. 



3,830 



3,705 
115 



68 
503 



132 
93 



62 
64 

1 

320 
113 



385, 3?6 



262,390 
8,*67 



4,581 
34,746 



5,801 
1.354 



1,535 
319 



9,496 
6,576 



568 

2,278 

873 

2,691 

(x) 
(x) 



718 
196 
522 



(x) 
4,503 
(x) 

21,205 

8,161 



,358 



100,710 



51,080 



63,864 



49,677 
1,403 



Cx) 



61,903 
1,961 



15,012 



24 
190 



Ail. 



1,328 
13,684 



1,507 
236 



(x) 



163 
73 

6,147 



1,504 
996 



3,522 
3,028 



148 
648 
316 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(X) 



270 

53 

217 



9,322 



(x) 

3' 
(x) 



285 
538 



(x) 
1,244 
(x) 

4,835 

2,3U 



67,098 



1,069 



44,326 



1,030 
39 



43,253 
1,073 



74 
414 



693 

14,140 



1,424 
58 



54 



1,874 



669 
255 



25 
228 
133 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



1,046 



(x) 
(x) 



382 
112 



(x) 

407 
(x) 

1,734 

777 



6,842 



3,928 



3,834 

92 

2 



253 
842 



129 

16 



lU 

78 

2 



19 
58 
20 

106 

102 
4 



141 
66 
11 

577 

170 



245,497 



143,349 



140,003 
(x) 
(x) 

3,025 



38,233 



8,380 
29,853 



4,678 
552 



552 



4,046 
2,862 
(x) 



(x) 

640 

2,053 

671 

3,676 

3,551 

125 

1,331 



2,536 

(x) 
(x) 

1,455 



4,908 

2,299 

393 

20,426 

5,9K 



27,278 



26,725 
(x) 

(X) 

(x) 



47 
147 



591 
89 



(X) 
(X) 



719 
503 



32 
16 

1 

413 

402 

11 



(x) 
(X) 



(X) 



399 
160 



M 



301 
349 



62,908 



31,458 

(x) 

(x) 

1,882 



13,003 



1,854 
11,149 



1,356 
66 



66 



5,073 



1,917 
1,651 
(X) 



(X) 

157 
652 
190 

1,240 

1,195 

45 



(x) 

(x) 



7,451 



1,186 
650 

111 

3,950 
1,554 



4,709 



1,996 



1,931 
(x) 
(x) 



273 
767 



111 
4 



(X) 



(x) 



12 
40 
14 

101 
100 

1 



(x) 

(x) 



83 
53 
13 

655 

158 



50,393 



26,680 
(x) 

(x) 



15,462 



1,159 
14,303 



1,302 
33 



33 



2,037 



311 
64 



(x) 



(X) 

25 

227 

99 

1,062 

1,008 

54 



(x) 
(x) 



323 
213 

37 

1,591 
671 



2.12 SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 

Table 2B.— RECEIPTS SIZE— AMUSEMENTS'-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

EsTTABLlSBilESTS, KbCBIPTS, TaXBS, PaY RoIX, AND PbSSONNBL 



Kind of business 



Establishments opcnted entire year with annual recapu of— 



$10,000 m $24,999 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dolUiTj) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



propnetors. 
November 



Qifntber) 



Paid 

employees, 

woricweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Himber) 



$5,000 to $9,999 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(TTiousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



proprietors. 
Norembcr 



(><umber) 



Paid 

employees, 

wodtweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

{Hwnbcr) 



United States, total 

Motion picture theaters, total 

* Motion picture theaters, regular. 
Outdoor motion picture theaters. . 
Portable motion pictiire theaters. 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool 
parlors, total, 

Billiard and pool parlors 

Bowling alleys. , 

Dance halls, studios, and schools.. 

Race track operation, total. 

jUitomobile 

Dog 

Horse, 

Sports prcmoters and coonercial 
operators, total 

Baseball and football clubs, ath- 
letic fields, sports pranoters, , . . 
Baseball clubs (inc. pranoters), 
Football clubs (inc. prcmoters). 
Stadiums, athletic fields, pro- 
moters of boxing, wrestling, 
and other athletic events 

Bathing beaches 

Golf cCTirses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Skating rinks, roller 

Skating rinks , ice 

Swimming pools 

Camercial sports operators, 

n,e,c. 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals, 

Other conmercial sports opera- 
tors, D,e,c 

Theaters and theatrical producers 
(exc, motico pictures) 

Miscellaneous amusement and rec- 
reation services, total 

Amusement devices 

Anusement parks, 

Shooting galleries 

Coin-operated amusement device 
services 

Miscellaneous amusement and rec- 
reation services, n.e.c^,. 

See footnotes at end of table. 



3,085 

45 

9 



1,267 

1,153 



205 

U 



47 
89 
100 

256 

12 



255 

5 

113 



315 
73 
30 

668 

278 



12,639 



33,752 



33,904 



44,026 



2,471 



2,169 



1,174 



8,788 



1.699 



53,509 
791 

152 



10,072 
108 

15 

(x) 



10,219 
157 
30 



10,098 



2,114 

48 

7 



11,782 
137 
21 



14,556 



1,135 
26 
13 



2,479 



8,488 
(x) 
(X) 

2,016 



17,501 



1,655 
(x) 



1,382 
(X) 
(x) 



3,530 



18,794 
19,399 



3,281 

211 



lAO 
119 



418 
34 



3,725 
6,373 



799 
27 



1,303 
1,095 



197 
10 



2,592 
11,964 



1,204 
33 



1,916 
563 



156 
5 



13,320 
4,181 



1,111 
38 



52 

125 

5 



2,309 
1,221 



263 
5 



211 



14,465 



3,810 



33 



1,826 



38 



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1,416 
1,556 

3,997 

3,791 

206 

1,583 



3,859 

70 

1,733 



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(x) 



(X) 

(X) 



(x) 
(x) 



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(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



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327 

25 



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410 
324 

881 
809 
72 



766 

13 
290 



42 
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92 

272 

260 

12 



244 

4 
105 



34 
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205 

890 
849 

41 



234 

1 

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58 

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223 

220 

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14 
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(X) 



(x) 



(x) 



(X) 



(x) 



(x) 



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411 
427 



1,609 

1,585 

24 



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94 

1,267 



1,495 



133 

130 

3 



73 
116 
143 

234 

228 
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354 

5 
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4,715 

1,197 

469 

11,363 

4,345 



325 
86 
3 

114 

177 



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261 
125 

2,108 

1,110 



200 
57 
15 

686 

250 



213 
112 
47 

917 

632 



320 
31 
45 

252 

231 



2,289 
233 
322 

1,336 

1,687 



121 

11 
2 

23 

51 



412 
55 
51 

330 

346 



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540 



142 

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228 

225 

3 



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194 



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247 
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Tabic 2B.— RECEIPTS SIZE- AMUSEMENTS'-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

EsTASUsuMSNTs. RECBim, Taxbs, Pay Roll, and Peksonnbl 



2.13 



Kind of business 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of — 



Less than W.OOO 



Receipts 
(exc, taxes), 
enufc yeat 

(Thousand 
dollurs) 



(Thousand 
dolldrs) 



Pay toll, 
entifc year 



(Thousdiid 
dollars) 



Active 
propnctors,' 
November 



(Number) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(T^iimber) 



Establishments not operated entire year 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dolkri) 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



proprietors. 
November 



(Number) 



Paid 
employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



United States, total 

Notion picture theaters, total. 



Motion picture theaters, regular,. 
Outdoor motion picture theaters... 
Portable motion picture theaters.. 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers. 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool 
parlors, total 



Billiard and pool parlors. 
Bcwling alleys 



Dance halls, studios, and schools. 



Race track operaticn, total. 



ibitooobile. 

Dog 

Horse 



^orts prcooters and comnerclal 
operators, total '. 



Baseball and football 'clubs, ath- 
letic fields, sports prcmoters. . . . 
Baseball clubs (inc. prcmoters). 
Football clubs (inc. promoters). 
Stadiums, athletic fields, pro- 
moters of boxing, wrestling, 
and other athletic events 



Bathing beaches.. 

Golf courses 

Riding academies. 



Skating rinks... 
Skating rinlEs, 
Skating rinks. 



Swimming pools 



Ccmtercial sports operators, 

n.e.c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and canoe rentals 

Other ccomerclal sports opera- 
tors,n.e.c. 

Theaters and theatrical producers 
(exc. motion pictures) 



Hiscellaneous amusement and rec- 
reatlco services, total 



Amisement devices. 

Asriseiaent parks ...• 

Siootlng galleries. 

Coin-operated amusement device 
services 

Klscellaneous amisement and rec- 
reation services, n.e.c^ 



7*8 
19 
76 



4,080 
351 



100 
46 
309 

400 

395 

5 



1,285 
78 
910 



1,235 



493 
24 
61 

159 

498 



25,326 



9,005 



6,786 



8,556 



14,762 



2,357 



819 



2,145 



62.003 



U,026 



2,153 
50 
154 

1,687 



M 



1,137 



1,678 



537 
14 
45 



4,207 



764 
13 
42 

2,282 



2,608 



1,680 

443 

22 



2,945 



46,665 

15,322 

16 



8,699 

2,324 

3 

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1,090 



587 

17 



1,361 

317 



119 

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3,883 
324 



243 
10. 



1,548 
1,060 



2,062 
883 



187 
36 



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14,933 



2,560 
10.033 



58 

101 



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(x) 
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(x) 



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137 
726 

1,035 

1,018 

17 



2,697 

158 

1,732 



235 
8 

112 

115 



94 
38 
293 

392 
388 



1,289 
73 
914 



187 

178 

9 



121 

4 

72 



26 
32 
143 

373 

371 

2 



704 

49 

345 



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6,510 
3,163 
2,382 



(x) 
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465 

2,402 
(x) 
(x) 



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(x) 
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1,265 
9,509 



1,080 
456 

414 



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(x) 



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(x) 



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1,353 
72 
154 

463 

1,213 



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54 
170 



336 
26 
49 

143 

466 



43 
2 

11 

33 
151 



254 
24 
33 

275 

293 



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(x) 

7,7S7 

4,731 



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(x) 



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246 



9,823 

3,272 

1 



6,289 



1,143 
5,146 



637 
1.786 



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(x) 
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3,000 
1,473 
1,339 



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168 
77 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



128 
206 



2,739 



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107 
(x) 

1,210 

1,026 



7,694 



1,409 



1,152 

246 

11 



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(x) 



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147 



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(x) 



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344 



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(X) ' 



303 
282 



34,996 



12,875 



9,905 

2,962 

7 



12,824 



1,451 
11,373 



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1.0O4 



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50 

245 



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99 

79 



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(x) 



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132 



1,587 
1,429 



(x) 

(x) 



21 

563 

746 



» Proprietors of unincorporated businesses. 
I Withheld to avoid disclosure, 
z Less than $500. 

Includes moticn picture theaters. 
^ Includes legalized gambling operations. Net 



revenues of pari-mutual betting at race tracks are included In the classification "Race track operations." 



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SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 2D.— RECEIPTS SIZE— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948 

ESTABUSBMBNTS, RECEIPTS, TaXBS, PaY RoLL, AND PbRSONNBL 









All establishments, total 






Establishments operated entire 


rear with annual receipts of- 


- 




$100,000 cr more 


Geographic division and State 


Number 


Receipts 

(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(.Thousand 
doU<irs) 


Taxes 

(Tliousand 
dollors) 


Payroll, 
entire year 

(TTiousand 
doU<irs) 


Active 
proprietors,* 
November 

dumber) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 


Number 


Recapts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dolbtj) 


Taxes 

(Thousand 
dolkrj) 


PayroU, 
entire year 

(Tliousand 
dollars) 


Active 
propnetocs, * 
November 

(Kumbtr) 


Piid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 




50,347 


2,349,601 


323,396 


610,034 


37,874 


341,931 


4,873 


1,366,686 


f 
204,196 


361,797 


1,159 


137,809 


Geographic divisions: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

East North Central 

West North Central 

South Atlantic , , . 

East South Central 

West South Central . 

Mountain 

Paafic 


3,206 
9,695 
10, 588 
5,698 
6,298 
3,074 
5,112 
2,013 
4,663 


162, 870 
630, 323 
478, 574 
170,259 
254,620 

87,000 
154,485 

97,464 
314,006 


21,522 
91,395 
63,634 
24,430 
35,834 
14,346 
22,263 
9,507 
40,465 


39,659 
178,430 
125,103 
40,396 
61.414 
19,660 
34,652 
28,110 
82,610 


2,033 
7,198 
8,479 
4,808 
4,368 
2,219 
3,577 
1,534 
3,653 


24,696 
81,764 
79,082 
30, 579 
36,625 
14,208 
23,801 
14, 367 
36,809 


332 
1,311 
1,081 
307 
511 
152 
267 
172 
740 


104,121 

436,772 

268,948 

64,937 

134,929 

34,046 

57, 502 

56,861 

208,520 


14,701 
68,932 
41,383 
U,042 
20,053 
6,063 
8,896 
4,536 
28,590 


23,294 
125,480 
68,144 
17,159 
31.788 
7,863 
13,500 
19, 188 
55,381 


36 

245 

311 
75 

115 
28 
61 
59 

229 


10,387 

41,243 

29, U5 

7,734 

14,123 

4,100 

6,255 

6,267 

18, 555 


New England : 


389 
268 

184 

1,402 

287 

676 

4,687 
1,566 
3,442 

2,917 
1,363 
2,681 
2,623 
1,004 

992 
1,071 
1,602' 
247 
333 
609 
844 

132 
793 
201 
967 
595 

1,088 
497 
875 

1,150 

767 
936 
803 
568 

772 

714 

1,023 

2,603 

222 
249 
131 
511 
274 
251 
255 
120 

839 

533 

3,291 


9,941 
11,150 

4,094 
89,096 
18,705 
29,884 

398,032 
83,338 
143,953 

125,675 
49,878 

171,247 
93,408 
38,366 

36,680 
30,602 
53,662 
5,045 
6,978 
15,712 
21,580 

7,327 
41,789 
20,182 
33,823 
20,805 
29,340 
12,590 
25,802 
62,96^ 

27,396 
27,375 
20,811 
11,418 

15,249 
27,236 
24,215 
87,785 

7,002 
8,520 
3,903 
18,704 
7,149 
10,569 
10,341 
31,276 

36,840 

22,030 

255,136 


1,407 
1,145 
539 
11,875 
2,189 
4,367 

52,061 
12,084 
27,250 

17,946 
6,676 
21,710 
11,883 
5,419 

5,001 
4,475 
7,933 
811 
1,001 
2,076 
3,133 

815 
4,498 
3,085 
5,553 
3,703 
4,350 
1,866 
3,670 
8,294 

4,722 
3,957 
3,643 
2,024 

2,128 
3,817 
3,742 
12,576 

939 
1,020 

591 
2,463 
1,012 
1,408 
1,593 

481 

6,250 
2,842 
31,373 


2,121 
2,476 
801 
22,817 
4,193 
7,251 

122,636 

20,152 
35,642 

33,479 
11,645 
45, 145 
25,551 
9,283 

9,278 
6,276 
15,228 
785 
1,369 
3,232 
4,228 

1,549 
10,001 
6,833 
8,263 
4,183 
6,993 
2,572 
6,230 
14,790 

6,205 
6,278 
4,718 
2,459 

2,954 

6,437 

5,436 

19,815 

1,360 
1,796 
701 
4,190 
1,306 
2,136 
2,372 
14,249 

9,706 

5,174 

67,730 


263 
178 
127 
843 
177 
450 

3,190 

1,104 
2,904 

2,202 
1,112 
2,080 
2,349 
736 

848 
896 
1,313 
218 
285 
527 
721 

74 
530 
104 
676 
448 
753 
351 
569 
813 

604 
666 
537 
412 

583 

477 

799 

1,718 

170 
162 
104 
379 
207 
200 
198 
114 

688 

443 

2,522 


1,628 
1,912 
741 
12,885 
2,654 
4,876 

47,068 
9,911 
24,785 

21,464 

9,226 

23,713 

17,371 

7,308 

6,727 
5,804 
8,678 
887 
1,325 
3,072 
4,086 

795 
6,038 
3,398 
5,425 
2,931 
4,863 
1,876 
4,148 
7,151 

4,284 
4,141 
3,715 
2,068 

2,338 
4,301 
3,986 
13,176 

1,116 
1,384 
654 
2,756 
1,144 
1,636 
1,784 
3,893 

5,583 

3,042 

28,184 


20 

17 
6 
182 
27 
80 

771 
203 
337 

277 
103 
412 
211 
•18 

64 
59 
100 
6 
10 
31 
37 

10 
91 
62 
74 
38 
52 
22 
47 
115 

53 
48 
39 
12 

17 

42 

34 

174 

16 
16 
9 
42 
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24 
22 
29 

92 
47 
601 


3,237 
6,948 
859 
62,201 
13,729 
17,147 

301,276 
58,450 
77,046 

66,765 
21,799 
115,024 
48,701 
16,659 

15,305 
11,188 
24,006 
1,051 
1,586 
6,124 
5,727 

5,150 

24,843 

16,529 

13,589 

9,294 

8,814 

3,731 

9,433 

43,546 

13,877 

10,703 

7,501 

1,965 

4,198 
11,622 

6,065 
35,617 

2,420 
2,612 

(x) 
9,495 

(x) 
5,507 
4,675 

28, 181 

19,264 

10,617 

178,639 


564 

577 

158 

8,812 

1,593 

2,997 

42,099 
9,019 
17,814 

11,437 
3,602 

15,964 
7,548 
2,832 

2,447 

1,923 

4,206 

206 

267 

1,031 

962 

526 
2,752 
2,776 
2,603 
1,793 
1,552 

605 
1,530 
5,916 

2,347 

1,786 

1,570 

360 

504 
1,669 
1,113 
5,610 

355 

258 

V (X) 

1,472 

(x) 

741 

801 

197 

3,691 

1,409 

23,490 


559 
1,482 
142 
14,555 
2,848 
3,708 

94,308 
12,535 
18,637 

17,426 
4,614 
29,721 
12,<.6U 
3,923 

4,502 

2,274 

7,687 

135 

302 

1,310 

949 

936 

5,361 
5,491 
3,181 
1,675 
2,088 
748 
2,200 
10,108 

3,390 

2,554 

1,537 

382 

706 
2,911 
1,547 
8,336 

484 
506 
(x) 

2,242 

(x) 

964 

1,113 

13,278 

4,990 

2,632 

47,759 


2 
1 

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2 
12 

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25 
87 

65 
18 
135 
86 
7 

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14 
35 
1 
1 
5 
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178 


398 


New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts- . - 
Rhode Island. - . 
Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic : 

New York 


1,044 
111 
5,739 
1,334 
1,761 

27,650 


New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 


4,806 
8,787 

7,824 
2,387 




11,394 


Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 


5,779 
1,761 

1,927 
1,X2 


Missouri 


2,802 
99 


South Dakota 


187 


Ncbiaska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 


767 
610 

231 


Maryland 


2,716 
2,502 


Virginia 

West Virginia 


1,567 

631 

1,172 




425 




1,034 




3,845 


East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 
Arkansas 


1,941 

1,096 

836 

227 

323 
1,313 


Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 


760 
3,859 

259 
267 


Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 


(x) 

911 
(x) 

625 


Utah 


6U 


Nevada^ 


3,147 


Pacific: 
Washington 


1,860 
962 


California 


15,733 



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RECEIPTS SIZE 



2.19 



Table 2D.— RECEIPTS SIZE— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



I'nlted States, total 

Geographic divisions: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic . . 

East North Central 
West North Central 
South AtUntic 
East South Central 

West South Central 

Mountain 

Paafic 



New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire . 

Vermont 

Massachusetts . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut . . , 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York . . 

New Jersey 
Pennsylvania 



East Norch Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Central : 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missoun 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georeia 

Flonoa 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee * 

Abbama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Okhhoma 

Texas 



Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyaming. . . . 

Cokcado 

New Mexico . 

Aiizona 

Utah 

Nevada? 



Estabhshments operated entire year with annual receipts of— 



$50,000 to $99,9» 



Number 



Pacific: 

Washington 

Oreeoo 

Calwvma. . . 



345 
1,116 
1,223 
5i7 
bbi 
278 
489 
230 
580 



33 
25 
19 
161 
34 
73 



527 
186 
403 



355 
176 
343 
229 
120 



156 
17 
24 



13 
102 

26 
127 

57 
111 

40 

83 
105 

72 
89 
66 

51 



50 
90 
84 
265 



95 
65 
420 



Receipts 

(exc. taxes). 
entire year 

(Thoujiitid 
dolldri) 



38;, 32c 



24, 301 
78,505 
86,609 
38,002 
47, 130 
19, 523 
33,935 
15,879 
41,392 



2,285 
1,797 
1,341 
11,200 
2,500 
5,178 



36,316 
13,696 
28,493 



25,361 
12,409 
24,482 
16,159 
8,198 



8,676 
6,502 
11,096 
1,171 
1,633 
2,856 
6,068 



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7,087 

(x) 
9,169 
3,946 
7,906 
2,885 
6,030 
7,305 



5,100 
6,315 
4,662 
3,446 



3,368 

6,371 

5,644 

18,602 



1,239 
2,638 
977 
3,236 
2,146 
2,384 
2,163 
1,096 



6,720 
4,622 
30,050 



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ioWars) 



12,812 
11,062 
5,503 
7,3o9 
3,695 
5,073 
2,146 
6,011 



352 
302 
149 
1,713 
458 
713 



5,718 
2,006 
5,088 



3,496 
1,620 
2,937 
1,861 
1,148 



1,212 
980 

1,613 
190 
272 
338 
898 



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(x) 

1,607 

727 

1,244 

445 

970 

1,080 



1,101 

1,024 

848 

722 



516 

934 

925 

2,698 



139 
349 
147 
449 
316 
336 
327 
83 



1,119 

670 

4,222 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



100,710 



6,686 

22,756 

23,957 

9,161 

12,074 

4,342 

7,430 

3,647 

10,657 



519 
372 
222 

3,479 
706 

1,388 



11,810 
3,679 

7,267 



6,815 
3,313 
7,035 
4,733 
2,061 



2,074 

1,375 

3,242 

206 

367 

615 

1,282 



(x) 

1,853 

(x) 

2,387 

977 

1,954 

689 

1,509 

1,737 



1,164 
1,369 

1,032 
777 



701 
1,380 
1,240 
4,109 



252 
609 

216 
702 
424 
622 
510 
312 



1,900 
1,019 
7,738 



proprietors, 
November 



Wumber) 



2,447 



104 
463 
632 
254 
210 
112 
166 
120 
331 



194 
80 
211 
138 
59 



"T^ia — 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



67,098 



4,295 
14,015 
16,578 
7,092 
7,848 
3,079 
5,141 
2,411 
6,639 



(x) 
(x) 



347 
240 
182 
2,126 
502 
898 



6,796 
2,131 
5,038 



4,681 
2,583 
4,137 
3,556 
1,621 



1,572 

1,258 

2,036 

188 

294 

615 

1,129 



(x) 

1,296 

Cx) 

1,526 

558 

1,241 

410 

1,030 

1,165 



850 
901 
789 
539 



505 
1,002 

841 
2,793 



165 
391 
161 
608 
302 
400 
256 
128 



1,239 

709 

4,691 



$25,000 to $49,999 



Number 



353 
1,250 
1,450 
307 
873 
406 
765 
304 
634 



30 
23 
134 
26 
96 



575 
188 
487 



401 
185 
386 
292 
186 



172 
144 
223 
28 
40 



19 
105 

17 
131 

97 
164 

66 
140 
134 

120 

118 
96 
72 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



J45,497 



12,461 
44,520 
52,416 
29,231 
31,306 
14,421 
27,293 
10,989 
22,860 



1,615 
1,036 

775 
4,303 

874 
3,353 



20,356 
6,666 
17,498 



14,567 
6,840 
13,996 
10,368 
6,645 



6,162 
5,188 
8,282 
982 
1,367 
2,475 
4,775 



722 
3,859 

664 
4,648 
3,522 
5,862 
2,315 
4,938 
4,776 



4,207 
4,235 
3,402 
2,577 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



1,422 
4,752 
5,973 
3,909 
4,316 
2,489 
4,100 
1,529 
2,581 



88 


3,228 


129 


4,592 


140 


4,995 


408 


14,478 


47 


1,656 


49 


1,727 


20 


(x) 


69 


2,480 


25 


(x) 


29 


1,116 


50 


1,330 


15 


561 


130 


4,679 


89 


3,160 


415 


15,021 



208 
156 
128 
528 



1,693 

574 

2,485 



1,703 

303 

1,447 

1,186 

834 



748 
715 
1,062 
160 
162 
271 
791 



370 
48 
729 
638 
333 
334 
656 
557 



748 
616 
637 
488 



570 

686 

730 

2,064 



249 
247 



Cx) 

2 
(x) 



158 

272 

83 



698 

417 

1,466 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



62,908 



3,731 
12,717 
13,834 
6,682 
7,811 
3,194 
6,219 
2,414 
6,306 



421 
259 
174 

1,567 
250 

1,060 



6,334 
1,721 
4,662 



4,027 
1,729 
3,844 
2,626 
1,608 



1,495 

1,109 

2,089 

145 

283 

517 

1,044 



223 
1,069 

213 
1,151 

748 
1,373 

444 
1,255 
1,335 

825 
920 
848 
601 



759 
1,023 
1,131 
3,306 



363 

363 



proprietors, 
Noveraber 



(Number) 



Cx) 

5 

Cx) 



249 
394 
144 



1,332 

717 

4,257 



192 
836 
1,155 
632 
492 
228 
430 
180 
514 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



360 
125 
401 



307 
130 
324 
263 

131 



149 

111 

171 

24 

39 

50 



54 

67 

84 

225 



(x) 
(x) 



102 
71 
341 



3,326 
9,546 
12,153 
5,647 
5,827 
2,684 
4,873 
2,293 
4,044 



231 
176 
135 

1,424 
345 

1,015 



4,214 
1,150 
4,182 



3,244 
1,596 
3,278 
2,582 
1,453 



1,288 
944 

1,579 
120 
202 
488 

1,026 



269 
301 
146 
306 
656 
939 
366 
958 
886 



665 
787 
725 
507 



545 

896 

901 

2,531 



(x) 

5 
(x) 



328 
346 



265 
399 
119 



918 

551 

2,575 



See footnotes at end of table. 



2.20 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 2D.— RECEIPTS SIZE— AMUSEMENTS -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

Establishments, RECEirrs, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of — 



$10,000 to 524.999 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

{Thousand 
dollaTs) 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
doltdrs) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



propnetors, 
November 



(^lumber) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

Pfamber) 



$5,000 to $9,999 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(thousand 
doUars) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



proprietors. 
November 



(Humbcr) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Humbcr) 



United States, total 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central . 
West South Central 
Mountain 
Paafic 



New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts. , . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut .... 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 
Pennsylvania 

East North Central; 

Ohio 

Indiana . . 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Central : 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missoun 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct of Columbia. 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Flonda 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee ^ . . . . 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain : 

Montana . . . . 
Idaho . . . . 
Wyoming ... 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada? 



Paciac: 

Washington . 

Oregon 

Califotnia . . . 



1A),980 



33,904 



44,026 



2,471 



5.596 



531 

1,572 

1,699 

1,134 

1,070 

565 

936 

341 

734 



68 
46 
36 

217 
45 

119 



746 
241 
585 



503 
247 
427 
346 
176 



241 
231 
212 
67 
84 
138 
161 

13 
146 

27 
154 
130 
202 

86 
138 
164 



125 
169 
163 
IDS 



120 
146 
208 
462 



149 
103 
482 



8,536 
25,777 
28,185 
13,494 
17, 523 

9,149 
15,465 

5,663 
12,188 



1,101 
729 
552 

3,547 
697 

1,910 



12,318 
3,920 
9,539 



8,431 
4,001 
7,032 
5,638 
3,083 



3,930 
3,640 
3,547 
1,061 
1,331 
2,266 
2,719 



191 
2,329 

408 
2,677 
2,185 
3,317 
1,447 
2,376 
2,593 



2,012 
2,766 
2,615 
1,756 



1,989 
2,346 
3,332 
7,748 



839 
572 
378 
1,523 
675 
604 
835 
237 



2,573 
1,788 
7,827 



500 
1,682 
2,060 
2,005 
1,700 
1,166 
2,020 
576 
930 



2,454 
6,600 
7,015 
3,612 
4,197 
2,138 
3,324 
1,170 
3,242 



375 

1,342 

1,595 

1,077 

807 

439 

669 

299 

661 



3,090 
6,667 
7,515 
4,229 
3,641 
1,903 
3,224 
Jj2?4_ 
2,341 



465 
1,179 
1,201 
363 
715 
362 
592 
252 
498 



3,340 
8,412 
8,585 
6,282 
5,147 
2,619 
4,236 
1,804 
3,601 



100 
252 
395 
557 
274 
159 
411 
170 
153 



97 
72 
43 

136 
33 

114 



694 
162 
326 



595 
304 
542 
365 
254 



368 
421 
365 
156 
168 
251 
276 



11 
139 
3 
238 
332 
408 
144 
259 
166 



306 
270 
314 
276 



329 
291 
421 
979 



100 
72 
29 

lU 
63 
71 

110 
20 



281 
192 
457 



242 
132 
132 
1,184 
193 
521 



3,291 

969 

2,340 



2,141 

959 

1,757 

1,431 

727 



723 
708 
796 
151 
216 
483 
535 



41 
638 
149 
702 
442 
780 
305 
536 
604 



447 
664 
666 
361 

378 

523 

726 

1,697 



138 
99 
32 
319 
147 
133 
194 
58 



636 

413 

2,143 



53 
32 
27 
142 
32 
89 



606 
192 
544 



469 
246 
339 
340 

151 



241 
213 
190 
64 
73 
129 
162 



12 
135 

20 
121 

94 
142 

57 



102 
134 
119 
84 



78 
103 
179 
309 



132 

92 

437 



243 
216 
171 
1,653 
294 
513 



2,932 

835 

2,900 



2,135 
1,165 
1,766 
1,603 
846 



1,016 
347 
762 
206, 
298 
563 
537 



40 
515 

66 
710 
499 
641 
240 
454 
476 



363 
541 
614 
380 



413 
552 
650 
,609 



190 
117 

90 
311 
146 
154 
218 

68 



628 

363 

1,350 



63 
43 
24 
205 
37 
93 



571 
196 

412 



304 
177 
300 
311 
109 



106 
175 
236 
36 
62 
118 
130 



84 

21 
119 

70 
123 

60 
119 
108 



33 
111 
98 
65 

102 
71 
149 
270 



93 
50 
355 



447 
306 
172 
1,464 
269 
682 



4,082 
1,408 
2,922 



2,155 
1,249 
2,149 
2,245 
787 



795 
1,292 
1,692 
274 
448 
856 
92--i 



74 
579 
149 
370 
502 
900 
433 
861 
779 



635 
816 
698 
470 



725 

510 

1,075 

1,926 



193 
287 
152 
577 
179 
189 
173 



692 

362 

2,547 



103 
29 
120 



80 

52 

101 

132 

30 



67 
132 
93 
36 
69 
83 
77 



106 
175 



805 

1,759 

1,961 

1,135 

1,197 

569 

834 

264 

718 



105 
103 

43 
377 

51 
126 



830 
262 
667 



495 
301 
553 
432 
180 



140 
221 
343 
59 
68 
134 
170 



32 
124 

65 
208 

89 
222 

72 
216 
169 



107 
211 
140 
111 



139 
118 
198 
379 



166 

73 

479 



386 
1,146 
1,121 
804 
621 
307 
493 
233 
485 



54 
32 
19 
168 
25 



551 
180 
415 



273 
171 
269 
311 
97 



104 
165 
219 
28 
52 
110 
126 



9 

74 
13 

110 
62 

116 
49 
94 
94 



59 

130 
216 



85 
47 
393 



1,009 

2,137 

2,302 

1,705 

1,154 

609 

921 

402 

656 



144 
122 

60 
484 

50 
149 



838 

262 

1,087 



520 
405 
617 
464 
296 



323 
354 
312 
105 
126 
■239 
246 



9 
139 

28 
222 
113 
220 

79 
202 
142 



113 
209 
170 
117 



158 
148 
234 

381 



43 
71 
45 
116 
38 
28 
47 
14 



159 

93 

404 



See footnotes at end of table. 



RECEIPTS SIZE 

Table 2D.— RECEIPTS SIZE— AMUSEMENTS' -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Pbrsonnbl 



2.21 





Estabbshments operated entire year with annual receipts ol 


— 




Establishments not 


operated entire 


year 






Less than $5,000 




Geographic division and Sate 


Number 


Receipts 
texc taxes), 
enure year 

(7TH)u4<ind 
dolUti) 


Taxes 

(Thousand 
doilais) 


Pay roll, 
entire yeat 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Active 
proprietors. • 
November 

(Number) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Xumber) 


Number 


Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousdnd 
dollars) 


Taxes 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Active 

proprietors.* 

November 

(><umber) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(><umbeT) 


United States, total 


9,895 


25,326 


899 


4,409 


9,005 


6,786 


8,556 


141,760 


14,762 


37,216 


7,694 


34,996 


Geographic divisions: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central 


739 
1,980 
1,917 
1,103 
1,318 

723 
1,142 

339 

by. 


1,916 
5,100 
5,006 
2,879 
3,299 
1,773 
2,721 
883 
1,749 


60 

100 

139 

200 

82 

88 

134 

53 

43 


391 
766 
1,010 
446 
637 
347 
445 
108 
259 


604 

1,912 

1,790 

1,048 

1,133 

588 

998 

325 

607 


648 
1,155 
1,773 
913 
732 
418 
663 
161 
323 


441 

1,267 

2,017 

937 

1,147 

588 

921 

375 

843 


8,195 
31,237 
23,325 
10,384 
15,286 

5,469 
13,283 

;,38. 

23,696 


1,052 
2,865 
2,622 
1,214 
2,040 

686 
1,629 

497 
2,157 


2,298 
8,352 
9,182 
2,201 
3,710 
1,207 
2,900 
1,319 
6,047 


341 
1,199 
1,325 
913 
990 
517 
760 
318 
826 


1,941 
6,951 
9,616 
3,259 
3,300 
1,415 




2,724 




1, 539 


Paa6c 


4,251 


New England : 


109 
72 
45 

319 
(A 

130 

888 
330 
762 

5<6 
257 

423 
529 
162 

134 
186 
402 
50 
60 
113 
158 

39 
159 

27 
193 

96 
226 
102 
187 
289 

171 
226 
184 
U2 

246 
137 
223 
536 

18 
33 
27 
89 
69 
50 
43 
10 

132 

81 

421 


278 
169 
122 
84 i 
165 
337 

2,296 

814 

1,990 

1,444 

680 

1,211 

1,291 

380 

318 
506 
1,030 
147 
179 
273 
426 

(x) 
408 

(x) 
501 
253 
547 
241 
505 
677 

419 
546 
461 
347 

571 

338 

560 

1,252 

56 

78 

68 

225 

168 

131 

128 

29 

358 

211 
1,180 


14 
5 
3 

17 
8 

13 

40 
11 
49 

42 
15 
39 
33 
10 

11 
44 
45 
26 
23 
22 
29 

(x) 

7 
(x) 

14 
12 
20 
6 
9 
13 

28 

19 
19 
22 

36 
18 
28 
52 

8 
7 
4 
11 
10 
3 
9 
1 

15 

7 

21 


49 
38 
30 
201 
18 
55 

285 
108 
373 

310 
121 
241 
217 
121 

42 
98 
145 
32 
26 
40 
63 

(x) 

80 
(x) 
108 
iA 
117 
48 
101 
97 

66 
116 
104 

61 

81 

65 

87 

212 

1 
8 
6 
32 
23 
13 
24 
1 

48 
24 
187 


83 
60 
38 

269 
49 

105 

336 
314 
762 

496 
250 
392 
506 
146 

132 
184 
376 
49 
48 
98 
161 

(x) 

14^ 
(x) 
165 
85 
195 
89 
163 
246 

147 
186 
146 
109 

213 
116 
211 
458 

17 
28 
20 
38 
67 
50 
45 
10 

113 

80 

409 


102 
54 
48 

311 
21 

112 

299 
115 
741 

539 
213 
412 
319 
290 

98 
228 
219 
76 
64 
96 
132 

(x) 

107 
(x) 
123 
65 
97 
46 
123 
139 

73 
141 

127 
77 

147 
89 
132 
295 

9 
16 

15 
46 
28 
12 
32 
3 

87 

21 

215 


52 
35 
31 
184 
54 
85 

609 
222 
456 

531 
218 
390 

705 
173 

147 
185 
273 
43 
53 
99 
137 

27 
106 

21 
159 
107 
210 
121 
161 
235 

138 
175 
157 
118 

149 

99 

185 

483 

42 
40 
16 
90 
69 
54 
36 
28 

148 
98 
597 


978 
165 
273 

5,031 
471 

1,277 

21,388 
3,384 
6,465 

6,952 
2,900 
7,353 
9,006 
2,614 

1,494 
2,286 
4,009 
359 
434 
862 
940 

231 
2,684 

422 
2,369 
1,103 
1,994 
1,538 
1,659 
3,286 

1,146 

1,994 

1,472 

857 

1,170 
1,457 
2,494 
8,162 

599 
606 
133 

1,163 
586 
633 
537 

1,118 

2,554 
1,270 
19,372 


153 
17 
46 

645 
27 

164 

1,714 
283 
868 

593 
280 
680 
753 
311 

148 
260 
549 
37 
40 
80 
100 

26 
267 

51 
329 
142 
233 
252 
208 
532 

161 
210 
214 

101 

107 
155 
369 
998 

61 
52 

15 
99 
49 
78 
53 
90 

392 

118 

1,647 


226 
40 
58 
1,454 
127 
393 

5,778 

873 

1,696 

2,265 

608 

1,994 

3,652 

663 

302 
491 
926 
57 
107 
133 
185 

72 
876 
150 
526 
208 
459 
266 
413 
740 

206 
444 
391 
166 

200 

417 

507 

1,776 

96 
157 

24 
227 
122 
131 
112 
450 

584 

296 

5,167 


43 
31 
25 
148 
29 
65 

543 
204 
452 

398 
217 
360 
705 
145 

142 
174 
245 
41 
58 
111 
147 

18 

86 

16 

140 

95 

191 

104 

138 

202 

153 
148 
115 
101 

132 

86 

159 

383 

35 

25 
18 
78 
56 
47 
29 
30 

156 
97 
573 


163 




60 




34 


Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 


1,148 
108 


Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic; 

New York 


428 

4,339 
612 




2,000 


East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 


2,521 
877 
2,109 
3,063 
1,041 


West North Central: 

Minnesota 


503 
831 




968 


North Dakota 


93 


South Dakota ... 


154 


K'hrn^ln 


304 




406 


South Atlantic: 


87 


Maryland 


464 
161 


Virgmia » 


471 
409 




553 




310 




347 


Florida 


498 


East South Central : 

Tennessee 


274 
466 

454 




221 


West South Central: 


247 




301 




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Establishments, Seating Capacity. Receipts. Taxes, Pay Roll, and Pbksonnel 



Gec^raphic division and Sate 



All establiahmenta, total 



Seating 
capacity 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire y.:ar 



(TKousaiiii 

dolIdTS) 



Active 

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November 

(Number) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of— 



$100,000 or more 



Seating 
capacity 



Receipts 
(exc. uxes), 
entire year 

{Thouiiind 
dollari) 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
(iolldri) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

{Thousand 
tJoltars) 



Active 

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November 

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Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

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nearest 

Nov. 15 

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Llnlted States, loul 

Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central . 

South AtlanQc 

East South Central 

West South Central 

Mountain 

PaaSc 

New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecncut i , . . 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvama 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Iltinois 

Michi^n 

Wisconsin 

West North Central : 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

Sotrth Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct of Columbia 

Virginia 

v.'est Virginia 

North Ciirolina 

South Carohna 

Georgia 

Florida 

East South Central : 

Kentucky ■ 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

NewMexico 

Arizona 

Utah •. ... 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

California 



17,689 



11,701,252 



7,978 



181,222 



798,805 



157,60 1 



878 
2,768 
3,176 
2,411 
2,345 
1,240 
2,435 

873 
1,563 



788,407 
2,507,163 
2,289,184 
1,135,236 
1,348,292 

672,218 
1,283,767 

443,673 
1,183,312 



89,349 
341,552 
267,158 
102,299 
143,313 

56,094 
106,286 

45,477 
160,485 



16,547 
71,082 
50,450 
19,545 
27,436 
12,369 
18,979 
8,298 
30,171 



19,181 
85,036 
58,513 
21,089 
31,921 
11,786 
22,476 
8,670 
35,200 



239 

856 

1,539 

1,578 

905 

592 

1,173 

450 

646 



11,907 
44,199 
34,626 
16,591 
21,409 

9,352 
16,784 

7,152 
19,202 



265 
969 
748 
202 
384 
115 
201 
110 
508 



387,704 
1,427,874 
1,021,926 
248,572 
417,139 
138,222 
231,844 
115,920 
612,988 



59,307 
258,226 
170,444 
40,127 
73,713 
21,412 
40,904 
21,825 
112,847 



11,020 
53,901 
32,712 
7,964 
14,329 
4,879 
7,415 
4,096 
21,285 



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11,831 

63,459 

36,042 

9,002 

16,147 

4,507 

9,057 

4,163 

24,538 



86,450 



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372 

62 
177 



1,241 

393 

1,134 



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442 
903 
628 
408 



442 
471 
546 
156 
168 
282 
346 



37 
236 
66 

351 
303 
450 
202 
360 
340 



297 
323 
320 
300 



340 

388 

483 

1,224 



135 
134 

58 
192 
104 

89 
122 

39 



274 
229 

1,060 



81,489 
51,371 
32,691 

390,615 
60,571 

171,670 



1,249,898 

413,067 
844,198 



586,993 
284,986 
686,193 
469,733 
261,279 



232,225 
209,041 
334,880 
52,700 
60,539 
121,010 
174,841 



28,571 
161,094 

57,402 
203,312 
147,430 
229,637 

97,855 
205,899 
217,092 



166,810 
192,888 
179,155 
133,365 



142,534 
224,700 
232,573 
683,960 



60,628 
60,721 
27,705 
103,026 
55,823 
52,419 
62,779 
20,572 



165,065 
126,131 
892,116 



7,581 
4,523 
2,651 

47,192 
8,214 

19,188 



198,196 
50,905 
92,451 



63,545 
31,497 
91,828 
54,434 
25,854 



21,239 
19,321 
29,350 
3,921 
4,128 
10,339 
U,001 



2,962 
18,105 
12,469 
21,458 
12,367 
21,672 

9,239 
13,517 
26,024 



14,971 
18,072 
14,741 
8,310 



9,742 
18,038 
16,807 
61,699 



4,831 
5,019 
2,938 
11,684 
5,462 
6,704 
6,752 
2,087 



18,904 
13,329 

128,252 



1,335 
821 
433 
8,646 
1,529 
3,733 



38,912 
10,010 
22,160 



13,333 
5,530 

17,160 
9,744 
4,683 



3,939 
3,724 
5,827 
772 
809 
1,847 
2,627 



566 
3,447 
2,423 
4,700 
2,971 
3,716 
1,652 
3,250 
4,706 



3,303 
3,545 
3,135 
1,881 



1,918 
3,363 
3,124 
10,574 



883 

835 

578 

2,U1 

953 

1,169 

1,332 

387 



4,183 

2,400 

23,538 



1,441 

854 

454 

10,433 

1,794 

4,200 



53,078 
11,027 
20,931 



14,033 

6,662 

20,774 

11,528 

5,516 



4,547 
3,571 
7,415 
551 
699 
1,805 
2,501 



633 
4,155 
3,525 
4,905 
2,672 
4,752 
1,322 
4,014 
5,443 



3,085 
3,891 
3,104 
1,706 



1,752 
3,979 
3,652 
13,093 



879 

906 

488 

2,439 

987 

1,209 

1,331 

431 



4,479 

2,681 

28,040 



222 

82 
552 



335 
220 
423 
373 
183 



300 
315 

307 
121 
124 
201 
210 



81 

4 

127 

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195 

99 
Ul 
108 



152 
130 
135 
175 



196 
183 
273 
516 



129 
148 
369 



1,085 
670 
416 
6,306 
1,033 
2,397 



24,573 
5,920 
13,706 



9,159 
4,503 
10,594 
6,596 
3,774 



3,434 
3j296 
4,568 
621 
728 
1,771 
2,173 



430 
2,726 
1,564 
3,276 
1,948 
3,583 
1,391 
3,050 
3,441 

2,326 
2,762 
2,674 
1,590 



1,704 
3,128 
2,764 
9,188 



773 
950 
446 

1,705 
850 
941 

1,153 
334 



2,921 
1,806 

14,475 



20 
12 
6 
143 
21 
63 



527 
165 

277 



185 
78 
277 
146 
62 



13 

31 

26 

131 



57 

31 

420 



23,323 
13,705 
6,224 
216,473 
33,149 
94,830 



308,610 
248,429 
370,835 



253,846 

99,822 

379,185 

206,761 

82,312 



47,012 
47,813 
82,363 
5,287 
6,010 
28,765 
31,317 



9,325 

66,a?5 
43,707 
55,811 
35,396 
48,551 
19, 165 
52,694 
86,415 



48,224 
40,893 
38,490 
10,615 



13,717 

38,108 

29,867 

150,152 



13,254 
7,404 
8,115 
37,545 
11,016 
16,355 
17,767 
4,464 



64,488 
37,226 
511,274 



3,237 

1,984 

859 

33,582 
5,919 

13,726 



163,583 
33,137 
56,506 



39,151 
16,741 
67,219 
34,301 
13,032 



3,299 
7,948 
12,241 
1,051 
1,114 
4,870 
4,604 



1,603 
10,374 
10,838 
9,819 
5,302 
3,070 
3,330 
7,881 
16,496 



6,605 
7,558 
5,964 
1,285 



2,128 

7,190 

4,456 

27,130 



1,853 
1,304 
1,457 
6,822 
2,123 
3,775 
3,591 
900 



11,216 
6,398 
95,233 I 



563 

363 

153 

6,181 

1,115 

2,640 



32,243 
7,517 

14,141 



8,520 
2,981 
12,660 
6,164 
2,387 



1,584 
1,609 
2,557 
206 
222 
910 
876 



316 
2,001 
2,124 
2,223 
1,289 
1,364 

576 
1,393 
3,043 



1,662 

1,583 

1,291 

343 



427 
1,442 

896 
4,650 



344 
243 
295 
1,258 
395 
654 
739 
168 



2,510 

1,168 

17,607 



559 

342 

142 

6,821 

1,176 

2,841 



43,466 
7,626 
12,367 



6,174 
3,272 
14,377 
6,930 
2,789 



1,940 
1,553 
3,491 
134 
215 
885 
784 



302 
2,174 
2,961 
2,345 
1,018 
1,882 

613 
1,613 
3,229 



1,469 

1,744 

1,051 

243 



324 
1,701 
1,218 
5,814 



360 
225 
223 
1,499 
333 
625 
736 
167 



2,635 

1,396 

20,457 



17 
76 
106 
14 
42 
15 
17 
10 
62 



6,559 
28,335 
17,232 

4,893 
3,581 
2,724 
4,644 
2,450 
10,982 



398 
239 
111 

3,765 
623 

1,423 



17,892 
3,830 
6,663 



4,466 
1,790 
6,363 
3,242 
1,371 



1,019 
992 

1,589 

99 

123 

569 

497 



156 
1,219 
1,229 
1,243 

543 
1,U3 

397 

944 
1,732 



885 
918 
738 
183 



610 
2,873 



225 
198 
175 
732 
246 
349 
428 
97 



1,327 

686 

8,969 



See footnotes at end of table. 



2.68 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table2F.— RECEIPTS SIZE— MOTION PICTURE THEATERS (REGULAR^- GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

ESTABUSBMBNTS, SbATIMG CaPACITY, RbCBIPTS, TaXBS, PaY RoLL, and PBRSONlfBL 



Gcognphic division and State 



Eatabliahments operated entire year with annual receipts of— 



$50,000 to $99,999 



Number 



Seating 

capacity 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



{Thousand {Thousand 
dollars) dollars) 



Active 

propnc' 

tors* 

November 

(Number) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

neaiest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



$25,000 to $49,999 



Seating 
capacity 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay toll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Active 

propne- 

tors,* 

November 

(Number) 



United States, total 

Geographic divisions: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

East North Ontial , , , , 

West North Ontral 

South Atlantic 

East South Ontial 

West South Central. ...... 

Mountain 

Pacific 

New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Ckinnectiait 

Middle Adantlc: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central r 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginu 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Flonda 

East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Wasliington 

Oregon 

C^alu omia 



2,675,895 



262,390 



61,903 



1,030 



43,253 



3,834 



1,974,902 



140,003 



26,725 



31,458 



1.931 



250 
709 
731 
391 
490 
222 
383 
155 
374 



29 

22 

12 

113 

27 
47 



296 
127 
286 



189 
lis 
195 
145 
84 



95 
69 
106 

14 
18 
28 

61 



39 
-69 

68 
207 



196,732 
542,131 
533,005 
280,453 
323,446 
162,586 
284,218 
98,887 
249,437 



17,785 
51,364 
51,464 
27,311 
34,858 
15,561 
26,449 
10,588 
27,010 



3,173 
10,579 
9,478 
5,043 
6,532 
3,448 
4,522 
1,860 
5,042 



4,532 
13,830 
12,517 
5,905 
8,193 
3,300 
5,449 
2,096 
6,081 



20,657 
17,546 
10,321 
90,650 

21,754 
35,804 



220,067 
105,645 
216,419 



144,830 
83,269 
133,668 
109,062 
62,176 



68,968 
44,050 
85,304 
8,561 
10,974 
19,914 
42,682 



8,393 
42,989 

9,943 
61,280 
26,806 
57,822 
22,065 
48,646 
50,502 



39,513 
55,685 
39,405 
27,983 



27,400 
56,014 
53,226 
147,578 



6,728 
16,031 

7,635 
22,21i 
17,297 
14,547 

9,305 

5,133 

31,925 
28,252 
189,260 



2,014 
1,581 
851 
7,987 
1,999 
3,353 



21,594 

9,550 

20,220 



13,597 
8,299 

13,937 
9,944 
5,687 



6,523 
5,061 

7,563 
978 
1,159 
1,915 
4,112 



786 
4,645 
1,115 
6,459 
2,952 
6,691 
2,442 
4,683 
5,085 



3,710 
5,307 
3,692 
2,852 



2,649 
4,907 
4,534 
14,359 



703 
1,769 

777 
2,400 
1,963 
1,498 
1,054 

424 



3,621 
3,170 
20,219 



351 
278 
148 
,402 
361 
633 



4,095 
1,843 
4,641 



2,731 
1,429 
2,535 
1,764 
1,019 



1,162 
925 

1,455 
188 
221 
332 
760 



139 
863 

207 
1,421 
673 
1,111 
399 
824 
895 



1,009 
992 
798 
649 



476 

850 

809 

2,387 



122 
309 
147 
430 
310 
272 
194 
76 



807 

588 

3,647 



434 
335 
141 
2,208 
556 
853 



6,298 
2,554 
4,978 



3,221 
1,990 
3,580 
2,452 
1,274 



1,450 
969 

1,934 
167 
213 
384 
788 



190 
1,192 

383 
1,455 

734 
1,435 

543 
1,041 
1,214 



774 

1,041 

895 

590 



506 

976 

953 

3,009 



117 
351 
159 
473 
381 
301 
226 



869 

595 

4,617 



56 


3,121 


183 


8,942 


252 


8,262 


109 


4,666 


106 


5,720 


66 


2,484 


79 


4,094 


49 


1,733 


130 


4,226 


5 


316 


5 


238 


2 


147 


16 


1,520 


11 


342 


17 


553 


21 


3,915 


26 


1,499 


136 


3,528 


65 


2,221 


44 


1,425 


62 


2,114 


56 


1,550 


25 


952 


35 


1,099 


15 


891 


28 


1,280 


6 


157 


5 


203 


6 


377 


14 


659 


3 


138 


22 


777 


... 


221 


22 


979 


15 


470 


13 


1,097 


17 


361 


4 


823 


5 


854 


20 


610 


18 


737 


10 


683 


18 


454 


7 


411 


22 


808 


10 


697 


40 


2,178 


4 


86 


5 


327 


8 


136 


3 


392 


8 


282 


10 


243 


6 


203 


5 


69 


18 


671 


22 


471 


90 


3,084 



157 
503 
753 
497 
559 
307 
565 
221 
272 



179 
55 
269 



132 
110 
179 
163 
119 



97 
85 
139 
ZL 
19 
44 
92 



12 
44 
6 
87 
71 

117 
51 

102 
69 



67 
101 
106 
291 



38 
36 

10 
41 
23 
24 
37 
12 



51 

59 

162 



93,753 
272,108 
375,058 
249,386 
277,109 
159,985 
301,236 
105,712 
140,555 



5,725 
18,650 
27,541 
18,139 
20,213 
11,085 
20,261 

3,064 
10,275 



1,180 
3,889 
5,005 
3,443 
3,818 
2,342 
3,724 
1,446 
1.873 



1,316 
4,304 
6,293 
3,632 
4,629 
2,422 
4,334 
1,588 
2,440 



15,373 
10,355 

9,493 
33,385 

2,772 
22,370 

99,864 
34,274 
137,970 



93,895 
54,313 
38,949 
78,075 
59,826 



47,805 
38,371 
78,219 
8,789 
8,877 
20,844 
46,431 



7,229 
23,266 

2,134 
43,259 
34,086 
53,411 
23,610 
54,249 
35,865 



41,879 
46,840 
37,897 
33,369 



34,105 
60,388 
53,362 
152,881 



18,235 
18,002 

4,791 
19,369 
10,662 
12,241 
16,756 

5,656 



26,491 
28,151 
85,913 



1,060 
638 
671 

1,893 
181 

1,282 



6,740 
2,050 
9,860 



6,613 
4,127 
6,620 
5,869 
4,312 



3,474 
3,060 
5,262 
722 
644 
1,636 
3,391 



450 
1,660 

265 
3,089 
2,582 
4,225 
1,804 
3,631 
2,507 



3,131 
3,067 
2,671 
2,216 



2,452 
3,667 
3,746 
10,396 



1,333 
1,261 

409 
1,510 

824 

913 
1,380 

434 



1,867 
2,190 
6,218 



134 
121 
124 
422 
30 
299 



1,267 

450 

2,172 



1,288 

706 

1,210 

1,026 

775 



677 
597 
988 
147 
127 
272 
635 



310 
47 
662 
561 
740 
366 
618 
428 



715 
565 
585 
477 



538 

655 

689 

1,842 



246 
219 

80 
257 
149 
154 
258 

83 



385 

374 

1,119 



213 
119 
134 
526 
39 
285 



1,902 

545 

2,357 



1,692 

911 

1,511 

1,253 

926 



708 
569 
1,200 
106 
123 
287 
639 



104 
456 
101 
690 
543 
893 
364 
879 
599 



611 
658 
644 
509 



494 

827 

749 

2,264 



275 
229 
57 
320 
176 
182 
235 
114 



492 

430 

1,518 



68 
232 
463 
317 
199 
L28 
241 
U5 
168 



61 

16 

155 



94 
66 
112 
129 
62 



34 
38 
51 
118 



See footnotes at end of table. 



RECEIPTS SIZE 



2.69 



Tabic 2F.— RECEIPTS SIZE- 



EMOTION PICTURE THEATERS (REGULAR)' -GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 

ESTABLI&HMBNTS, SbaTINO CAPACITY, RbCEIPTS, TaXES, PaY RuLL, AND PbESOWNEL 



1948 — Continued 



Geopaphic dmaonand Stite 



Estabtiahments operated entire year with annual receipts of— 



$10,000 to $24,999 



Number 



Seating 
capacity 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
dolLirj) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousdrid 
dollars) 



Active 

propnc- 

tors,** 

November 

(Number) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Alumber) 



Less than $10,000 



Number 



Seating 
capacity 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(Thousand 
dollari) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Active 

propne- 

tors," 

November 

(Afumbgr) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(J^umber) 



United Slate*, total 

G«oftraphlc divisions: 

New England 

Middle Atlanac 

East North Central 

West North Central 

South Atlanoc 

East South Central 

West South Central. ...... 

Mountain 

PaoSc 

New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Micfai^n 

Wisccnsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North CaroUna 

South CaroUiu 

Geori 
Fkxii 

East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Okhhoma 

Texas 

Mountain; 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Axuona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

«oo 

iiomia 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3,085 



1,132,607 



2,m 



11,782 



1,883 



10,641 



2,103 



330 
<;66 
562 
43A 
281 
596 
156 
172 



132 
21 
177 



118 
70 

132 
77 
69 



119 
117 
91 
iS 
45 
70 
72 



3 
33 

51 
77 
106 
42 
72 
50 



81 
92 
131 
292 



36,404 
130,198 
161,518 
186,796 
157,834 
109,328 
231,459 
52,705 
66,365 



1,563 
5,852 
8,251 
9,363 
7,567 
4,848 
10,193 
2,692 
3,180 



292 
1,134 
1,509 
1,719 
1,435 
1,060 
1,835 
486 
602 



295 

1,184 

1,627 

1,427 

1,568 

915 

2,046 

445 

712 



10,123 
6,612 
4,119 
8,054 
1,566 
5,930 



52,277 
10,659 
67,262 



43,186 
23,500 
44,223 
27,262 
23,347 



39,102 
35,604 
34,518 
14,432 
14,638 
22,089 
26,413 

1,298 
12,033 

19,342 
26,526 
39,105 
13,948 
27,385 
16,197 



20,835 
25,547 
32,902 
30,044 



30,391 
38,736 
47,318 
114,514 



10,065 
6,214 
2,901 
9,554 
5,827 
6,690 
8,865 
2,589 



17,131 
18,076 
31,158 



441 
258 
194 
321 
91 
258 



2,402 

339 

3,111 



2,042 
1,236 
2,268 
1,435 
1,270 



1,923 
1,915 
1,623 
759 
714 
1,156 
1,273 



40 
537 

894 
1,377 
1,889 

712 
1,298 

820 



987 
1,154 
1,436 
1,271 



1,405 
1,531 
2,178 
5,079 



519 
312 
151 
551 
267 
370 
414 
108 



881 
913 

1,386 



444 

66 

624 



393 
224 
403 
260 
229 



342 
354 
305 
145 
133 
204 
236 



177 
308 
352 

la 

227 
138 



293 
227 
271 
269 



309 
272 
380 
874 



185 
160 
257 



496 
65 
623 



443 
284 
401 
291 
208 



295 
282 
295 
94 
94 
164 
203 



7 
135 

190 
260 
400 
138 
267 
171 



U9 
233 

292 

241 



259 

333 

391 

1,063 



169 
154 
389 



49 


298 


213 


1,285 


359 


1,900 


491 


1,985 


238 


1,681 


175 


1,066 


347 


2,224 


126 


647 


116 


696 


17 


77 


6 


54 


9 


24 


9 


67 


3 


27 


5 


49 


73 


524 


10 


45 


130 


716 


77 


513 


49 


314 


116 


487 


65 


316 


52 


270 


106 


398 


101 


442 


69 


345 


44 


151 


43 


145 


61 


266 


67 


238 


1 


11 


20 


135 


28 


223 


37 


298 


55 


410 


27 


142 


40 


298 


30 


164 


35 


189 


35 


239 


53 


345 


52 


293 


42 


310 


51 


390 


98 


421 


156 


1,103 


29 


116 


16 


65 


9 


34 


23 


130 


8 


77 


12 


101 


23 


101 


6 


23 


37 


205 


40 


159 


39 


332 



46 
112 
198 
516 
229 
152 
412 
149 

69 



14,139 
X,344 
52,811 

126,628 
59,909 
38,372 

108,546 
38,257 
18,035 



268 

679 

1,178 

2,951 

1,326 

744 

2,207 

858 

430 



57 
131 
244 
568 
249 
159 
445 
162 



47 
133 
191 
348 
227 
137 
380 
110 

95 



53 
105 
92 
46 
59 
94 
67 



92 
64 
95 
161 



4,084 

(x) 
1,683 
3,652 
1,330 

(x) 



12,793 

1,840 

19,711 



12,819 
8,356 
16,305 
10,218 
5,1U 



13,546 
24,732 
23,354 
9,960 
14,380 
22,536 
18,120 



(x) 
(x) 

7,387 

11,513 

11,899 

5,349 

9,179 



7,937 
6,646 
8,000 
15,739 



21,319 
17,254 
24,498 
45,475 



3,469 
8,210 
3,418 
8,037 
3,120 

(X) 
5,222 

(x) 



3,346 
3,922 
5,767 



(x) 



(x) 



258 
34 
387 



288 
203 
358 

218 
111 



348 
614 
490 
249 
338 
535 
377 



(x) 
(x) 



155 
286 
257 
146 
220 
147 

160 
119 
165 
300 



433 
348 
558 
868 



193 
207 

75 
201 

42 



(x) 
(x) 



188 
110 
132 



(x) 



Cx) 



62 
110 
100 
54 
77 
91 
74 



(x) 

(x) 



81 
75 
106 
183 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



64 

68 

35 

163 



(x) 

(x) 



1,392 



149 
433 
170 
100 
290 
97 
45 



(x) 



M 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



3,151 



63 
215 
385 
344 
357 
234 
651 
252 
150 



(x) 



11 
19 
3" 



(X) 



72 

9 

134 



134 
75 
91 
69 



88 
188 
127 
69 
95 
171 
106 



(x) 
(x) 



66 
69 
48 
34 
66 
32 



36 
53 
66 
79 



U5 
101 
152 
253 



41 
53 
28 
71 
11 



(x) 
(x) 



85 
26 
39 



2.70 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 2F.— RECEIPTS SIZE— MOTION PICTURE THEATERS (REGULAR)'- GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Connnucd 

Establishments, Seating CAPAarv, Rbcbipts, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Personnel 





Establishments not operated entire year 






Geographic division and State 


Number 


Seating capacity 


Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Tknuund dolloTs) 


Taxes 
{Thousand dollars) 


Pay roll, entire year 
(Thousand dollow) 


Active propnctor8,i« 
November 

(dumber) 


Paid employees. 

workweek ended 

nearest Nov. 15 

(Xumber) 


United States, total 


1,680 


824,568 


46,665 


8,699 


9,823 


1,152 


9,906 


Geographic divisions: 


72 
145 
280 
243 
249 
163 
278 

82 
168 


59,625 
100,508 
144,866 

93,401 
107,855 

63,725 
126,464 

32,192 

95,932 


4,701 
6,781 
8,280 
4,358 
5,636 
2,444 
6,272 
1,450 
6,743 


825 
1,448 
1,502 

808 
1,073 

481 
1,038 

248 
1,276 


1,11C 
1,626 
1,843 

775 
1,157 

505 
1,210 

263 
1,334 


21 
72 
210 
214 
150 
108 
199 
53 
125 


776 




1,472 




1,714 




941 




1,226 




660 




1,388 


Mountain 

Paafic 


412 
1,315 


New England : 


14 
2 
3 

36 

17 

67 
20 
58 

70 
36 
58 
60 
56 

41 
54 
60 
21 
20 
23 
24 

2 
20 

4 
36 
34 
43 
33 
41 
36 

26 
36 

47 
54 

48 

31 

57 

142 

11 
13 

3 
19 
15 

6 
13 

2 

33 
28 
107 


7,924 
(x) 

851 
38,401 

(x) '" 

56,287 
12, 220 
32,001 

38,417 
15,726 
23,863 
38,355 
28,505 

15,792 
18,471 
31,117 
5,671 
5,660 
6,862 
9,828 

(x) 

(x) 

1,618 
16,233 
13,103 
18,849 
13,718 
13,746 
17,305 

8,372 
17,277 
22,461 
15,615 

15,602 
14,200 
23,302 
73,360 

3,877 
4,860 
845 
6,310 
7,901 

(x) 
4,864 

(x) 

16,684 
10,504 
68,744 


752 
(x) 

36 

3,339 

(x) 

3,619 

795 

2,367 

1,854 
891 
1,426 
2,667 
1,442 

672 
723 
2,171 
162 
159 
227 
244 

(x) 

(x) 

251 
1,042 
368 
540 
805 
804 
969 

378 
867 
813 
386 

675 

395 

1,335 

3,867 

230 
166 
69 
200 
243 

(x) 

218 

(x) 

1,131 

548 

5,064 


U7 

(x) 

8 
569 

(x) 

812 
123 
508 

344 
156 
274 
474 
254 

112 
129 
422 
32 
29 
38 
46 

(x) 
(x) 

50 
188 
81 
100 
162 
153 
175 

91 

154 
158 
78 

87 
69 
244 
638 

42 

23 
13 
34 
40 
(x) 

38 

(X) 

255 
89 
932 


156 

(x) 

10 
802 

(x) 

861 
229 
536 

445 
164 
359 

565 
310 

112 
123 
432 
21 
21 
26 
40 

(x) 
(x) 

75 
195 
78 
94 
140 
171 
202 

59 
188 
190 

68 

105 
74 
251 
780 

36 
32 

11 
34 
35 

(x) 

46 

(x) 

222 

88 

1,024 


8 

(x) 

1 

3 

(x) 

23 
14 
35 

47 
34 
37 
61 
31 

34 
51 
43 
20 
21 
23 
22 

(x) 
(x) 

15 
22 

30 
19 
37 
19 

23 

22 
26 
37 

38 
26 
46 
89 

10 

11 
2 
11 
7 
(x) 

10 
(x) 

24 
24 

77 


109 




(i) 










Rhndp Iiland 






(x) 


Middle Atlantic : 


821 




138 




513 


East North Central; 
(^O 


479 




166 




288 




425 




356 


West North Central: 


188 




198 




320 




38 




41 


Nebraska 


70 




86 


South Atlantic: 


(x) 




(x) 




54 




216 




111 




1A3 




152 




137 




184 
73 




223 


Alabama 


253 

m 




145 




117 


Oklahoma 


215 




911 


Mountain; 


51 




69 




8 




62 


New Mexico 


65 




(x) 


Utah 


87 




(x) 


Pacific: 


237 

105 




973 



« Proprietors of unincorporated businesses. 

X Withheld to avoid disclosure. 

^ Exclusive of drive-tn and portable motion picture theaters. 



RECEIPTS SIZE 



2.71 



Table2G.— RECEIPTS SIZE— BOWUNG ALLEYS— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948 

ESTABUSHMBNTS, RsCBIPTS, TaXBS, PaY RoLL, AND PbRSONNBL 



Eatabliahmenta operated entire year with annual receipts of — 



Geographic division and State 



All establiahments, total 



Receipto 

(ezc. taxes), 
entire year 

(TTiotuand 
dolLiTi) 



Taxes 



dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



propnetore,' 
November 



(Humber) 



Psiid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



$100,000 or more 



Number 



Receipts 

(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 

dollars) 



Taxes 



(Thousand 

dolldrj) 



Pay roll. Active 

entire year proprietors,* 
November 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



(Number) 



~T5i3 — 
employees, 
workweek 

ended 

nearest 
Nov. 15 
Wumber) 



United States, total 



Geoftmphlc divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central.. . 
West South Central.. 

Mountain 

Padfc 



New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire. . . 

Vermont 

I^ssachusetts .... 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut . . - 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

PennsyK-ama 



East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missoun 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North CaroliTia 

South Carolina 



Florii 



East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Termessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

lAiisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain ; 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming, , , . 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevadi 



PadSc: 

Washington. 

Oregon 

Caluocnia. . . 



636 

1,121 

1,296 

i52 

333 

77 

146 

148 

296 



59 
43 
37 

313 
55 

129 



523 
183 
415 



303 
142 
386 
337 
128 



130 
81 
93 
22 
24 
38 
64 



59 

42 
195 



137,276 



10,258 
28,553 
55,071 
11,189 
7,994 
1,978 
4,738 
3,623 
U,872 



755 

448 

283 

5,330 

1,033 

2,409 



16,403 
4,657 
7,493 



11,847 
4,451 
20,416 
14,863 
3,494 



3,181 

1,723 

3,389 

429 

411 

808 

1,248 



269 

2,617 

1,131 

1,417 

689 

467 

153 

519 

732 

1,049 
545 
278 
106 



243 

823 

549 

3,123 

387 
300 
280 
981 
279 
465 
712 
219 



2,157 

997 

10,718 



66,777 



35 
88 
515 
65 



26 

20 
115 



3,948 

10,282 

21,119 

3,909 

2,997 

713 

1,730 

1,321 

5,883 



491 

1,011 

1,325 

444 

270 

65 

123 

134 

309 



6,559 

14,700 
25,122 
5,258 
3,959 
900 
1,914 
1,658 
4,707 



1 


Cx) 


28 


4,355 


19 


18,721 


10 


1,589 


8 


1,097 


3 


518 


10 


1,354 


3 


(x) 


28 


4,901 



(x) 



(x) 





(x) 


21 


1,754 


211 


7,953 


3 


662 


17 


440 


1 


198 


8 


513 




(x) 


46 


2,264 



50 

14 

306 

144 






14 
M 

101 



244 

155 

92 

2,153 

335 
919 



6,129 
1,472 
2,681 



4,751 
1,641 
7,672 
5,925 
1,130 



1,156 
546 

1,291 

95 

126 

263 

432 



91 
998 
490 
584 
223 
143 

66 
166 
236 

393 

201 

98 

21 



70 

281 

212 

1,167 

131 
110 

70 
345 

98 
189 
306 

72 



960 
371 
,552 



28 

217 
44 
109 



436 
142 
433 



274 
137 
427 
360 
127 



130 
78 
76 
26 
28 
43 
63 



54 
45 
199 



305 
248 
188 

1,569 
738 

,511 



7,597 
1,995 
5,108 



6,555 
2,595 

7,474 
7,445 
2,053 



1,834 
1,079 
1,595 
130 
288 
502 
830 



206 
1,178 
496 
850 
414 
274 
52 
222 
267 

416 

271 

159 

54 



94 
384 
255 
,181 



205 
169 
149 
416 
122 
215 
314 



1,037 

375 

3,295 



(x) 



3,195 
(x) 
(x) 



2,972 

(x) 
9,552 
5,534 

(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



330 
1,024 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
4,485 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

1 

(x) 
(x) 

(x)' 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(z) 



M 



(x) 
(x) 



154 
45 



(x) 



1,350 

(x) 

(x) 



1,324 
(x) 
3,947 
2,450 

(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



200 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



134 
379 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
2,056 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
6 

2 

(x) 

(x) 

(x)' 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

1,293 

6,194 
580 
430 
151 
459 

(x) 

1,336 



1,002 

(x) 

(x) 



1,523 

(x) 

2,564 

1,948 

(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



166 
293 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
1,238 



See footnotes at end of table. 



2.72 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 2G.— RECEIPTS SIZE— BOWLING ALLEYS— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of— 



$50,000 to $99,999 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

{Thousand 
doltars) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



(TTiousflnd 
dollars) 



propnetors, 
November 



(Member) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

C\umber) 



$30,000 to $49,999 



Number 



Receipts 
(cxc. taxes), 
entire year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



{Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Tliousand 
dollars) 



Active 

proprietors.* 

Kovember 



(Number) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

noiest 

Nov. 15 

{Humbcr) 



United States, total 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central - 
West South Central 
Mountain. . . 
Pidfc 



New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire . 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic; 

New York 
New Jersey 
Pennsylvania 

East North Central . 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin ... 

West North Central : 

Minnesota 
Iowa 
Missouri 
North Dakota . . 
South Dakota . . . 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic; 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia. . . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carohna . . 
Georgia , . 
Florida 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 
Tennessee 
Alabama 
Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming .... 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 



Paciac; 

Washington 

Oreeon 

Camomia . . . 



216 
48 



34,746 



i,4ao 

6,475 
15,291 
3,198 
2,319 
536 
1,298 
1,076 
3,073 



(x) 



(x) 
194 
412 



3,846 
1,080 
1,549 



4,177 
1,684 
4,258 
4,032 
1,140 



632 

486 

1,253 

(x) 

(x) 

216 

358 



806 

590 
541 
(x) 

(x)" 

(x) 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 

250 
(x) 

839 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

388 
(x) 

234 
(x) 
(x) 



707 

272 

2,094 



9 

10 

107 

18 

9 



(x) 
(x)' 



(2) 



(z) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(x)" 

(x) 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(z) 
(x) 

(x) 
(x) 



(z) 



13,684 



647 

2,505 

5,971 

1,220 

1,000 

200 

459 

381 

1,301 



216 
39 

12 



(x) 

(x)" 
86 
199 



1,531 
356 
618 



1,715 

687 

1,524 

1,675 

370 



233 

198 
499 

(x) 

(x) 
77 
135 



311 
261 
256 

(x) 

(x)" 

(x) 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 

(x)'" 

(x) 

74 
(x) 
329 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

152 
(x) 

lo; 
(x) 

(x) 



326 

126 
849 



(x) 
(x)" 



(x) 
Cx) 



(x) 

(x)' 

(x) 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 

(x)' 

(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(X) 

(x) 
(x) 

(x) 

(x) 



704 

2,579 

6,398 

1,360 

1,031 

233 

455 

366 

1,014 



(x) 



(x) 
116 
215 



1,384 
367 
828 



1,845 

844 

1,393 

1,791 

525 



223 
252 
461 

(x) 

(x) 
117 
215 



371 
242 
308 
(x) 

(x)" 

(x) 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 

(x)" 

(x) 

82 
(x) 
303 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

153 
(x) 

87 
(x) 
(x) 



304 
111 
599 



59 
149 
200 
59 
38 
8 
21 
17 
62 



2,198 

5,680 

7,711 

2,281 

1,520 

325 

828 

648 

2,426 



928 
2,204 
2,841 
815 
570 
122 
331 
ZiS 
994 



(x) 
(x) 



979 
334 
660 



3,227 

824 

1,629 



1,821 

974 

2,521 

1,607 

788 



609 
362 
653 



(x) 
(x) 



144 
390 



210 
511 
158 
166 
207 
115 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



207 
509 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
1,866 



(x) 
(x) 



iz) 



(x) 



38 
118 
206 
52 
33 
3 
22 
12 



(x) 



(X) 


(x) 


(x) 


422 


9 


516 


110 


11 


199 


300 


12 


340 


1,201 


70 


1,322 


288 


6 


327 


715 


42 


949 


715 


39 


987 


373 


21 


557 


908 


75 


1,148 


587 


48 


973 


258 


23 


385 


267 


12 


321 


112 


6 


IM 


236 


15 


325 


(x) 


(x) 


(X) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


43 


3 


82 


132 


12 


(x) 


74 


4 


153 


214 


S 


240 


56 


4 


65 


•66 


2 


73 


58 


8 


83 


33 


5 


41 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


58 


1 


48 


(X) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(X) 


(x) 


(x) 


103 


4 


73 


195 


14 


178 


51 


2 


50 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


61 


4 


66 


(x) 


(X) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


M 


(X) 


(x) 


M 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(«) 


756 


49 


578 



See footnotes at end of table. 



RECEIPTS SIZE 



2.73 



Table2G.— RECEIPTS SIZE— BOWLING ALLEYS— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

Establishments. Receipts, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



Estabbshmcnts opeiated entire year with annual receipts of— 



$10,000 to $».999 



Number 



Rccapts 

(cite. 

taxes), 

entire year 

(Thousond 
dollars) 



United States, total 

Geographic dlTltlona: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

Ea«t North Ccnaal 
West North Central 

South Atlantic 

Eaat South Central 

Wrat South Central 

Mountain 

Pjofc 

New Eoftland : 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

MaAsachusetta 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle AUantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Eaat North C«ntnl: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Weat North Central! 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North C^ota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic : 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Cennal: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Padflc; 

Waahingttn 



238 

i09 

3i6 

120 

98 

18 

iO 

45 

68 



18 
15 
11 
120 
22 
52 



191 
72 
146 



4,198 

7,626 

6,586 

2,117 

1,836 

292 

766 

301 

1,413 



326 
218 
153 
2,211 
380 
910 



3,740 
1,353 
2,533 



1,619 

881 

1,762 

1,643 

681 



899 
364 
241 
106 
106 
107 
294 



(x) 
589 

333 
184 
169 
(x) 
190 
287 



(x) 
117 
106 

(x) 



117 
140 
458 



97 

(x) 

117 

305 

84 

67 

69 

(x) 

286 
295 
832 



(Thous. 
dol.) 



M 



(a) 



U) 



M 



(x) 



M 
(x) 



(z) 



(x) 



(x) 



M 



(x) 

(2) 



(x) 



U) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thouj. 
dol.) 



1,608 
2,444 

2, on 

590 
616 
98 
268 
272 
496 



112 
75 
58 
910 
150 
303 



1,261 
400 
783 



525 
281 
517 
528 
226 



26 

35 

104 



(x) 
204 

131 
67 
45 
(x) 
45 
98 



(x) 



(x) 



15 
32 
50 

171 



32 

(x) 
32 
103 
26 
24 
32 

(x) 

109 
98 
289 



Active 
propne- 

tors,* 
Novem- 
ber 

(>(um- 
_bcrL 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



1,313 



170 
396 
373 
128 
78 
20 
32 



174 
61 
161 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



15,170 



2,900 

4,536 

4,176 

1,179 

910 

118 

381 

415 

555 



135 
107 
111 
1,675 
288 
584 



2,086 

659 

1,791 



1,027 
625 
981 

1,075 
468 



494 
205 
126 
39 
81 
70 
164 



(x) 
277 

220 
113 
66 

(x) 
66 
130 



(x) 



(x) 



25 

53 

58 

245 



49 

(x) 
83 
135 
22 
31 
56 

(x) 



186 
91 
278 



Less than $10,000 



Establishments not operated entire year 



Number 



Receipts 

(exc. 

taxes), 

entire year 

(Tliousond 
dollflra) 



221 

262 

153 

106 

89 

12 

21 

29 

21 



27 

20 

18 

117 



1,275 
1,551 
957 
550 
496 
66 
102 
150 
124 



139 

113 
100 
677 
60 
186 



527 
245 
779 



209 
119 
244 
246 
139 



174 
66 



(x) 
123 

109 
(x) 
65 

27 

79 
57 



(x) 
30 
31 
11 
23 
13 

(x) 



Taxes 



(Thous. 
dol.) 



(x) 
(x) 






(a) 



M 



(x) 






(2) 



(x) 



(x) 
M 






M 
M 

M 



(x) 

(z) 
(z) 
(z) 



(x) 






P.iy roll, 
entire 
year 

(ThoiM. 
dol.) 



389 

444 

293 

150 

143 

19 

26 

38 

36 



31 
26 
225 
17 
51 



169 

60 

215 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



Active 

propnc 
tors,' 

Novem- 
ber 

(Num- 
ixr) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Mumber) 



181 
261 
155 
107 
84 
9 
20 
25 
22 



78 

38 

145 



(x) 



40 


23 


33 


17 




(x) 


20 


11 


6 


4 


22 


17 


11 


7 


5 


4 


4 


3 


10 


2 


11 


8 


3 


4 



(x) 



(x) 



4,220 



890 

1,394 

849 

562 

272 

42 

38 

110 

63 



94 
178 
262 
109 
66 
29 
36 
37 
72 



85 
70 
54 

523 
38 

120 



421 
207 
766 



173 
101 
225 
195 
155 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



Receipts 

(exc. 

taxes), 

entire year 

(ThotMOnd 
d ollars) 



14,933 



(x) 

2,866 

5,805 

1,454 

726 

241 

390 

(x) 

1,935 



(x) 

(x) 

30 

481 

65 

241 



1,867 

(x) 

(x) 



1,049 
(x) 

2,079 
1,801 
(x) 



(x) 

445 

369 
79 

105 
(x) 

118 



16 
90 
(x) 
(x) 
153 
118 
11 
64 
101 



X) 
268 



x) 

145 
x) 



(Thous. 
dol.) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 

M 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
3 
1 

(x) 

(x) 
(x) 



(z) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(x)' 
M 
(x) 
(x) 

1 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



Pay roll, 
entire 



(Thous. 
_<lol,)_ 



(x) 

921 
1,984 

472 

228 
75 

133 
(x) 

792 



(x) 

Cx) 

8 

207 

22 

66 



607 
(x) 
(x) 



399 

(x) 
695 
622 

(x) 



(x) 
121 
155 
21 
36 
(xl 
37 

4 

29 

(x) 

(x) 

46 

45 

3 

19 

13 



Active 
proprie- 
tors,* 
Novem- 
ber 
(Hum- 
in) 



(x) 

176 

278 

110 

56 

29 

31 

(x) 

79 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



11,373 



(x) 

2,300 

4,455 

1,375 

603 

207 

284 

(x) 

937 



(x) 

(x) 

23 

387 

97 

252 



1,382 

(x) 

(x) 



1,000 

(x) 
1,163 
1,463 
(x) 



(x) 
398 
303 
30 
36 
(x) 
(x) 



34 

43 

(x) 

(x) 

165 

124 

6 

54 



85 
61 



80 
33 



• Proprietors of unincorporated tniBlnesses* 
I Withheld to avoid dlacloEure, 
z Less than $500. 



2.74 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 2H.— RECEIPTS SIZE- 



BILLIARD AND POOL PARLORS— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948 

Establishments, Rbcbipts, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



All establiahments, total 



Receipts 
(ezc. taxes), 
entire year 

(ThoiAsatid 
dollars) 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



ftyroll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



propnctora, 
November 



(Number) 



F^d 

employees, 

worlcweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of — 



$20,000 or more 



Receipts 

(eic. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Payroll, 
entire year 



(Thousand (Thousand 
dollars) I dollars) 



Active 
proprietors,* 
November 



(Number) 



United States, total 

Geo^aphic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 

East North Central 

West North Central 

South Atlantic 

East South Central 

West South Central 

Mountain 

PaaSc 



New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire . 

Vermont 

Massachusetts . 
Rhode Island 
Connecticut . 



Middle Atlantic : 

New York 

New Jersey 
Pennsylvania 

East North Central : 

Ohio 

Indiana 



Illinois . . 
Michigan . . 
Wisconsin . 



West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic : 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North CaroUna 

South Carohna 

Georgia 

Florida 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming. . . . 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Arizona 

U-.ah 

Nevada 



PadBc: 

Washington . 

Oregon 

Cauomia . . . 



386 
1,533 
1,912 
1,072 
1,650 
1,079 
1,103 
376 
550 



63 
25 

17 

198 

31 



693 
180 
660 



571 
33i 
433 
462 
57 



84 
133 
495 
22 
36 
137 
165 

32 
152 

55 
246 
127 
342 
154 
264 
273 



294 
323 
284 

173 



263 

107 
276 
457 



116 
93 
72 
22 
6 



50 

35 

465 



1,702 
3,188 

14,281 
8,328 

10,415 
7,071 
6,742 
3,313 
5,445 



346 
124 
79 
743 
136 
274 



3,902 

312 

3,474 



4,450 
3,169 
3,155 
3,010 
497 



1,257 
1,387 
2,558 
134 
433 
1,356 
1,203 



130 

717 

348 

1,640 

1,135 

2,209 

923 

1,647 

1,616 



2,037 

1,949 

2,086 

949 



1,176 

821 

2,209 

2,536 

420 

51 

391 

1,154 

657 

400 

221 

19 



670 

495 

4,280 



M 



(z) 



(z) 



12,413 



288 
1,284 
2,619 
1,433 
2,135 
1,443 
1,371 

605 
1,235 



35 
25 

11 

131 

22 

64 



657 
106 
521 



779 
711 
621 
412 
96 



204 
282 
504 
17 
29 
235 
162 



24 
131 

83 
373 
198 
492 
165 
358 
311 



355 
445 
443 
200 



205 
223 
447 
496 



203 
116 
72 
41 



W 



235 

111 
8S9 



9,588 



386 
1,591 
1,993 
1,104 
1,509 

993 
1,035 

403 

574 



65 
26 

20 
199 
29 
47 



717 
174 
700 



618 
368 
480 
475 
52 



139 
498 
25 
36 
143 
172 



32 
148 

48 
234 
129 
312 
134 
223 
249 



299 
286 
254 
154 



249 

100 
279 
407 



26 
4 
43 
125 
97 
78 
23 



54 
40 
480 



9,766 



273 
1,172 
1,395 
1,169 
1,740 
1,244 
1,144 
449 
680 



40 
41 
8 
llA 
21 
49 



527 

84 

561 



547 
510 
474 
314 
50 



135 
200 
455 
19 
32 
205 
123 

19 
131 

61 
326 
124 
384 
U7 
310 
238 



271 
413 
380 
180 



202 
196 
351 
395 



50 
3 
43 
195 
79 
51 
27 



110 

71 

499 



48 
117 
67 
72 
59 
49 
32 
50 



18,742 



190 
1,587 
4,431 
2,774 
2,410 
1,908 
2,086 
1,232 
2,124 



(x) 
(x) 
(X) 
(x) 



682 
116 
739 



1,577 

1,273 

820 

600 

161 



709 
479 
473 

210 
591 
312 



(x) 
(x) 



397 
522 
481 
154 
389 
389 



631 
337 
639 

201 



134 
297 
809 
796 



(x) 



180 
385 
214 



(x) 



345 

331 

1,448 



(z) 



(x) 
(x) 

(X) 

(x) 



M 



(x) 
(x) 



(z) 



(z) 
(x) 



(X) 



62 
410 
1,120 
653 
516 
377 
499 
301 
722 



(x) 
(x) 
(X) 

(X) 



216 
23 
171 



349 
406 
212 

105 
48 



143 
146 
173 

12 
132 
47 



(X) 
(x) 



126 
21 
78 
75 



123 
100 
109 
40 



37 
104 
163 
195 



(x) 



49 
lU 
48 



(x) 



202 
84 
436 



53 
138 
79 
66 
73 
48 
35 
46 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(X) 



(x) 



(x) 



8ee footnotes at end of table. 



RECEIPTS SIZE 



2.75 



Table 2H.— RECEIPTS SIZE— BILLIARD AND POOL PARLORS— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE; 1948— Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Personnel 











Estabtishments opented entire 


year with annual receipts of- 


~ 














$10,000 to 


{19,999 






$5,000 to $9,999 


Geographic division and State 


Number 


Receipts 

(cxc, taxes). 
enure year 

(Thoi.sand 
dolUlTs) 


Taxes 

(Thousand 
dolLlrs) 


Pay roll, 
entire year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 


Active 
propnetors.* 
November 

(Mumber) 


Paid 

employees. 

workweclt 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Number 


Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Taxes 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Active 

proprietors.* 

November 

(.Humbcr) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 




1,101 


15,081 


115 


2,940 


1,121 


2,086 


1,916 


13,320 


86 


2,309 


1,897 


1,899 


Geographic divisions: 


27 
130 
249 
Ui 
195 
130 
92 
56 
SS 


379 
1,701 
3,467 
1,817 
2,618 
1,793 
1,269 

800 
1,237 


6 
24 
13 
17 
16 
11 
13 
15 


80 
338 
664 
275 
521 
397 
258 
158 
249 


24 
137 
268 
148 
130 
121 
90 
56 
97 


58 
271 
418 
222 
365 
308 
211 
105 
128 


68 

318 
423 
233 
305 
206 
181 
64 
118 


468 
2,149 
2,926 
1,648 
2,137 
1,443 
1,250 
449 
850 


1 

6 
18 
14 

9 
16 
10 

2 
10 


86 
311 
445 
251 

505 
313 
244 
51 
103 


70 
326 
442 
233 
270 
190 
169 

76 
121 


101 




259 


East North Central 


347 


West North Central 


217 




380 




269 


West South Central 


202 




44 


Paafic 


80 


New England : 


9 
2 

1 
7 
5 
3 

65 

13 
52 

77 
i9 
50 
61 
12 

21 
29 
28 
3 
9 
18 
26 

U 
10 
31 
22 
44 
15 
21 
34 

39 
35 

40 
16 

16 
13 
37 
26 

7 

5 
22 
11 

8 

3 

8 

2 

78 


128 
(x) 

(X) 

108 
56 
41 

841 
175 
685 

1,103 
701 
692 
795 

• 176 

292 
387 
362 
39 
129 
272 
336 

50 
188 
127 
413 
310 
554 
220 
281 
475 

518 
509 
557 
209 

214 
179 
525 
351 

100 

"so 

320 
149 
106 
45 

(x) 
(x) 
1,081 


(x) 
(x) 

(»)"■ 

3 

1 
2 

2 

(z) 

8 
12 
2 

(z) 

4 

3 
1 
2 

3 

1 

"i 

7 
7 
(2) 

1 

6 
6 
4 

3 

1 
6 
1 

1 
7 

5 

M 
(x) 

(X) 

13 


14 

(x) 

(x) 
28 
17 
11 

179 
33 
126 

217 
118 
164 
135 
30 

35 
70 
66 
4 
9 
39 
52 

6 
34 
32 
77 
53 
116 
51 
62 
90 

92 

122 
138 
45 

37 
37 
125 
59 

21 

20 
56 
21 
29 
11 

(x) 
(x) 
232 


10 

(x) 

(x) 

6 
3 
2 

71 
10 
56 

38 
62 
45 
60 
13 

25 
32 
27 
4 
10 

5 
13 
10 
31 
27 
35 

9 
19 
31 

41 
29 
35 
16 

14 
10 
40 
26 

7 

5 
21 
10 
10 

3 

(X) 

(x) 
83 


7 
(x) 
(x) 

17 
13 
8 

134 
21 
116 

144 
39 
95 
77 
13 

23 
61 
58 
2 
13 
33 
32 

6 
30 
20 
60 
38 
74 
41 
43 
53 

59 

109 
103 

37 

35 
37 
96 
43 

14 

11 
36 
19 
17 
8 

(x) 
(x) 

114 


13 
4 
3 

36 
3 
9 

166 
32 
120 

108 

73 

110 

119 

13 

L2 
32 
110 
4 
7 
31 
37 

6 
27 
16 
55 
17 
60 
33 
62 
29 

53 
64 

58 

31 

41 
14 
56 
70 

1 
1 
3 
23 
14 
9 
3 

10 

4 

104 


90 
27 
18 
240 
21 
72 

1,122 
215 
812 

737 
511 
757 
835 
36 

85 
235 
769 
29 
47 
220 
263 

38 
176 
112 
395 
114 
434 
223 
439 
206 

378 
456 
397 
212 

283 
96 
395 

476 

(x) 
(x) 

58 
200 

96 
(x) 

20 

76 

34 

740 


1 

(=)"" 

3 
1 
2 

2 

1 
7 
8 

5 

5 
(z) 

1 

"3 

1 
3 
4 

1 

1 
4 
7 
4 

3 
1 
4 
2 

(x) 
(x) 

M 
(z) 

1 
(x) 

(2) 

2 
"3 


12 
4 
4 

47 
2 

17 

165 
22 
124 

93 

91 

150 

104 

7 

11 
27 
135 
7 
5 
27 
39 

7 
43 
31 

103 
14 

114 
41 

114 
33 

62 

114 
82 

55 

55 
28 

77 
84 

(x) 

(x) 

5 
23 
12 

(x) 

14 

1 

38 


12 
4 
5 

36 
3 

10 

172 
30 
124 

122 
82 
107 
119 
12 

11 
30 
113 
5 
6 
32 
36 

7 
20 
11 
56 
14 
56 
30 
48 
28 

55 
52 
56 
27 

40 
14 
57 
58 

(x) 
(x) 

8 
33 
17 
(x) 

4 

12 

5 

104 


22 




12 


Vennont 


3 
52 


Rhode Island 






10 


Middle Atlantic: 

New York ... ... 


115 


New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Itbnois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 


18 
126 

70 
69 
115 
82 
11 

3 




22 


^4issoun 

North Dakota 


116 
11 




7 


Nebraska 

Kansas , 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

PisrrirT o( Cohnnha . , 


23 

30 

4 
38 
23 


Virginia 


77 




81 








91 


Flon^. 

East South Centnd: 


29 
52 


Tenne^ee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 


97 
77 
43 

48 
23 


Texas 

Mountain : 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 


58 
73 

(X) 
(X) 

4 
21 




11 




(x) 


Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific; 

Washington 


8 


Oregon 


1 


Cilifoma 


71 



See footnotes at end of table. 



2.76 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 2H.— RECEIPTS SIZE— BILLIARD AND POOL PARLORS— GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of— 



$3,000 to $4,999 



Number 



Receipts 

(etc. 

taxes), 

entire year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



{Thous. 
dol) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

{Thous. 
dot.) 



Active 

proprie- 
tors.* 
Novem- 
ber 

(y^lum- 



P^d 

iployeea, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Humbcr) 



Less than $3,000 



Recdpts 

(exc. 

taxes), 

entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(Thous. 
dol) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thous. 
dol.) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors,' 
Novem- 
ber 
(Hum- 



E^iid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Establishments not operated entire year 



Receipts 

(otc. 

taies). 

entire yeax 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(Thous. 
dol.) 



Pay roll, 
enure 
year 

(Tliouj. 
dol.) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors,* 
Novem- 
ber 
(Hum- 
her) 



United States, total. 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central . 
South Atlanuc 
East South Central . . . 
West South Central . . 
Mountain , 
Paafic 



New England ; 

Maine 

New Hampshire. 

Vermont 

Massachusetts . . . 
Rhode Island , . . . 
Connecticut . . , 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania . . 

East North Central : 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Central: 

Minnesota 



Missoun . - 
North Dakota . 
South Dakota. . 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain : 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming- . . . 

Colorado 

New Mexico . 

Ahsona 

Utah 

Nevada 



Pacific: 

Washington. 

Oregon 

California. . . 



1,510 



69 
278 
3U 
134 
280 
156 
163 
46 
73 



132 
25 
121 



5,828 



1,419 



866 



2,570 



4,549 



2,464 



7,965 



1,143 



2.U1 



259 

1,065 

1,206 

508 

1,060 

620 

646 

181 

283 



29 
94 
129 
65 
234 
145 
130 
22 
27 



70 
285 
313 
130 
231 
121 
145 
48 
76 



30 
106 
129 

74 
219 
148 
124 

15 

21 



143 
463 
439 
260 
443 
289 
371 



241 
835 
811 
467 
778 
504 
614 
146 
153 



10 
54 
68 
43 
127 
84 
86 
7 
7 



140 
462 
434 
260 
400 
257 
342 
84 
85 



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ESTABUSHUHNTS, RbCBJPTS, TaXBS, PaY RoLL, AND PbRSONNBL 



Metropolitan area 



Albany-Scheiiectady-Troy, N. Y... 

Atlanta , Ga 

Baltlmsre , Md 

Binalnghaffl, Ala 

Boston , Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbus , Ohio 

Dallas, Tex 

Denver , Colo 

Detroit , Mich 

Houston, Tex 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Kansas City, Mo 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Louisville, Ky 

Hilvaukee, Wis 

Ninneapolls-St. Paul, Minn 

New Orleans , La 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey 

Philadelphia, Fa 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Portland, Oreg 

Providence, R. I 

St. Louis, Mo 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif 

Seattle, Wash 

Washington, D. C 

Youngstown, Ohio 



All establishments, total 



117 
129 
450 
162 
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286 
1,576 
415 
527 
173 

208 
151 

1,228 
157 
189 
362 

1,342 
122 
201 
246 

143 
3,683 
870 
889 
206 
253 
529 
236 
620 
241 
297 
180 



Receipts 

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entire year 

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doll<iri) 



7,355 

6,808 
27,307 

5,987 
56,188 
17,334 
135 , 346 
21,593 
31,332 

8,190 

10,720 
9,427 
56,524 
11,080 
10,454 
15,140 
128,988 
12,128 
13,949 
19,070 

12,869 
370,465 
58,396 
36,059 
12,398 
18,126 
29,463 
13,216 
60,127 
14,836 
28,525 
7,081 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
dolldri) 



1,129 
1,096 
3,235 
908 
7,246 
2,520 
16,822 
3,098 
5,189 
1,167 

1,501 
1,303 
7,107 
1,536 
1,454 
1,969 
14,049 
1,987 
2,023 
2,894 

1,736 
49,179 
12,362 
6,706 
1,444 
2,109 
4,526 
1,659 
8,095 
2,676 
3,929 
1,031 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dolldri) 



1,855 
1,861 
6,876 
1,398 

15,121 
4,507 

37,378 
6,292 

10,144 
2,272 

3,861 
2,448 

17,289 
2,543 
2,964 
4,605 

37,600 
3,201 
3,796 
5,670 

3,251 
115,685 

15,648 
9,539 
3,416 
4,024 
9,322 
3,492 

16,124 
4,342 
8,541 
1,716 



Active 
proprietors.' 



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82 

90 

330 

98 

324 

235 

1,183 

283 

320 

116 

130 

109 

1,129 

92 
142 
312 
994 

79 
133 
172 

89 
2,320 
675 
831 
165 
147 
391 
206 
463 
184 
150 
144 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



1,222 
1,021 
4,562 
1,075 
7,357 
3,029 
17,387 
3,083 
5,713 
1,722 

1,613 
1,273 
9,545 
1,464 
1,837 
2,671 
13,017 
2,024 
2,336 
3,053 

1,663 
40,574 
8,493 
6,483 
1,581 
2,563 
4,312 
1,500 
7,070 
1,871 
4,216 
1,351 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of— 



$100,000 or more 



20 
12 
64 
14 
94 
39 
331 
46 
74 
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23 
22 

138 
33 
19 
33 

277 
21 
31 
43 

24 
727 
141 
72 
31 
27 
63 
29 
146 
39 



Receipts 

(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dolldTi) 



4,969 

3,547 
16,289 

3,275 
42,316 
10,763 
100,880 
11,662 
21,407 

3,995 

5,353 
6,379 

35,374 
7,336 
5,912 
8,207 

96,976 
8,891 
8,566 

11,940 

8,345 

289,180 

37,375 

19,958 

7,979 
13,621 
16,617 

6,574 
46,213 

9,403 
22,066 

3,624 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



673 
2,070 

578 
5,763 
1,340 
13,782 
1,981 
4,394 

579 

938 
1,008 
5,409 
1,132 
1,031 
1,203 
10,990 
1,377 
1,383 
2,009 

1,134 

41,165 

8,779 

4,677 

989 
1,634 
2,946 
1,101 
6,614 
1,954 
3,287 

669 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dolldrj) 



1,107 

974 

3,708 

702 

10,679 
2,871 

26,730 
3,368 
6,507 
1,034 

2,462 
1,695 
9,921 
1,617 
1,509 
2,583 
28,598 
2,296 
2,294 
3,695 

2,183 
90,906 
9,322 
5,351 
2,200 
2,821 
5,497 
1,709 
12,448 
2,792 
6,421 
789 



propnetors, 
November 



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17 
3 
5 
6 
120 
15 
15 
1 

4 

2 

74 

6 

3 

14 

98 

4 

1 

9 

6 
125 
36 

21 

7 

3 

21 

8 

51 

18 

17 

3 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

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508 

375 
2,311 

367 
3,676 
1,293 
9,716 
1,261 
2,501 

653 

773 

620 

4,308 

840 

702 

1,205 

7,697 

1,342 

879 

1,402 

922 

26,341 

4,046 

1,993 

700 
1,322 
1,572 

730 
4,740 

349 
2,791 

330 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of — 



$50,000 to $99,999 



Mctropobtan area 



Number 



Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N. Y... 

Atlanta, Ga 

Baltimore, Hd 

Birmingham, Ala 

Boston, Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columb'us , Ohio 

Dallas , Tex 

Denver, Colo 

Detroit, Mich 

Houston, Tex 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Kansas City, Mo 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Louisville , Ky 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Mljmeapolis-St. Paul, Minn 

New Orleans , La 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey, 

Philadelphia, Fa 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Portland , Oreg 

Providence, R. I 

St. Louie, Mo , 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif.... 

Seattle, Wash 

Washington, D. C 

Youngstown, Ohio 



16 
18 
74 
11 
80 
44 
238 
70 
66 
28 

26 
20 

112 
20 
33 
37 

163 
28 
40 
58 

32 
440 
152 
90 
24 
30 
81 
21 
87 
32 
51 
24 



Receipts 
(cxc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



984 
1,236 
5,119 

724 
5,586 
3,083 
17,495 
4,956 
4,695 
2,053 

1,881 
1,437 
8,421- 
1,417 
2,419 
2,663 
12,074 
2,055 
2,813 
4,055 

2,341 
31,646 
10,932 
6,504 
1,746 
2,215 
5,716 
1,540 
6,238 
2,323 
3,774 
1,555 



Taxes 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



151 
185 
694 
97 
793 
394 
1,815 
651 
485 
358 

209 
163 
337 
182 
254 
335 
1,669 
461 
400 
553 

335 

4,903 

2,295 

1,119 

177 

347 

795 

240 

316 

350 

445 

211 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousond 
dollars) 



370 

331 
1,373 

153 
1,732 

762 
5,664 
1,291 
1,612 

611 

513 
371 

2,666 
356 
806 
364 

3,220 
545 
712 

1,117 

496 
10,663 
2,906 
1,724 

499 

619 
1,821 

412 
1,689 

722 
1,239 

437 



Active 
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7 
33 

3 
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27 
141 
34 
38 



10 
13 
97 
9 
18 
20 
93 
13 
20 
27 

16 
127 
109 
52 
19 
17 
41 
13 
52 



Paid 

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workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

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201 

249 

1,031 

97 

1,096 

573 
3,317 

737 
1,241 

459 

339 
326 

1,828 
206 
591 
548 

1,904 
402 
574 
787 

377 

5,634 

2,035 

1,U5 

331 

463 

1,145 

222 

997 

429 

833 

354 



$25,000 to $49,999 



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27 
58 
24 
55 
47 
195 
64 
53 
34 

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18 
91 
20 
27 
63 
170 
13 
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50 

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447 
132 
13.4 
40 
21 
82 
24 
79 
36 
30 
19 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



549 
901 
2,190 
339 
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1,684 
7,179 
2,370 
2,148 
1,232 

1,404 

670 

3,282 

653 

1,041 

2,398 

6,136 

511 

1,126 

1,861 

1,031 
15,903 
4,972 
3,998 
1,436 

702 
3,122 

922 
2,775 
1,289 
1,140 

695 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



185 
133 
149 
124 
634 
311 
190 
154 

156 

68 

301 

59 

93 

326 

602 

32 

114 

236 

166 
1,119 
791 
535 
176 

43 
360 

92 
203 
151 
114 

81 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



159 
270 
632 

. 217 
695 
485 

2,233 
627 
337 
347 

338 
176 

1,013 
188 
333 
616 

1,877 
139 
331 
561 

209 

5,211 

1,460 

1,047 

393 

210 

1,023 

257 

865 

385 

324 

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proprietors, 
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(Number) 



11 
28 
42 
172 
60 
43 
19 

30 
12 
74 
15 
15 
53 
124 
5 
26 
41 

24 
269 
121 
97 
34 
19 
61 
27 
59 
35 
25 
12 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



165 
202 
519 
216 
620 
505 
1,769 
383 
606 
368 

223 
149 
911 
130 
234 
469 
1,138 
102 
268 
427 

194 

2,944 

1,166 

1,1U 

298 

296 

695 

131 

485 

225 

209 

233 



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Table 2M.— RECEIPTS SIZE— AMUSEMENTS— SELECTED STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS: 1948— Continuecl 

Establishments, Receipts, Taxes, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Metropolitan area 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of— 



$10,000 to $24,999 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars} 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



Active 
proprietors,* 
November 



(Numter) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

CNumber) 



$5,000 to $9,999 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(.Thousand 
doll<iTs) 



CITiousdnd 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(.Thousand 
dollars) 



proprietors, 
November 



(^jumbet) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Humbtr) 



Jtlbany-Schenectady-Troy , N. Y. . . 

Atlanta, Ga 

Baltimore, Hd 

Birmingham, Ala 

Boston , Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbus, Ohio 

Dallas, Tex 

Denver, Colo 

Detroit, Mich 

Houston, Tex 

Indianapolis , Ind 

Kansas City, Mo 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Louisville, Ky 

Milwauliee, Wis 

Miimeapolis-St. Paul, Minn 

New Orleans, La 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey, 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Portland, Oreg 

Providence, R. I 

St. Louis, Mo 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif 

Seattle , Wash 

Washington, D. C 

youngstown, Ohio 



20 
13 
71 
29 
97 
54 
191 
50 
65 
31 

25 
23 
122 

21 
27 



20 
25 

21 
492 
110 
152 
33 
39 
57 
33 
77 
31 
36 
29 



347 

294 
1,149 

416 
1,600 

914 
3,099 

914 
1,061 

525 

409 
354 

1,826 
339 
422 
715 

3,098 
214 
341 
468 

324 

8,026 

1,828 

2,442 

647 

606 

999 

498 

1,228 

571 

560 

528 



61 
129 
71 
21 
45 

38 
9 
60 
19 
35 
45 
137 



21 

242 

101 

165 

66 

30 

72 

28 

50 

47 



94 
67 
377 
126 
598 
243 
880 
230 
410 
161 

130 
31 
585 
33 
127 
209 
923 
138 
95 
133 

93 
2,285 
545 
623 
173 
165 
238 
130 
323 
153 
205 
134 



18 
63 
21 
53 
57 
177 
47 
65 
22 

20 
22 

llA 
16 
29 
40 

171 
13 
18 
28 

18 
332 
91 
175 
32 
24 
51 
36 
79 
27 
26 
25 



140 
56 
260 
114 
373 
321 
752 
145 
334 
109 

66 

44 
483 

51 
100 
113 
502 
106 

63 
113 

61 
1,470 
586 
974 
132 
269 
300 

88 
180 
101 
122 
207 



10 
16 
37 
18 
97 
21 
158 
51 
37 
14 



18 
148 
12 
27 
51 
155 
10 
19 
12 

13 
452 
80 
125 
14 
35 
48 
25 
50 
30 
28 
24 



77 
120 
251 
133 
694 
151 
1,103 
352 
269 
102 

151 

132 

1,044 

35 

196 

367 

1,096 

76 
133 

91 



1,206 
541 
900 
103 
257 
351 
190 
353 
222 
204 
176 



21 

33 

48 

31 

186 

35 

294 

101 

94 

28 

37 
20 
181 
32 
62 
103 
237 
15 
49 
26 

21 

637 

129 

241 

16 

52 

95 

51 

46 

58 

31 

29 



12 
36 
12 
73 
22 
134 
44 
31 



15 
19 

144 
12 
24 
50 

144 
10 
19 
13 

10 
409 
82 
124 
14 
21 
43 
23 
57 
27 
18 
20 



51 
25 
54 
4S 

202 
76 

240 
70 
75 
29 

19 
23 

122 
34 
50 
66 

189 
14 
65 
79 

27 
516 
110 
413 
3 
60 
55 
37 
31 
21 



Establishments operated entire year with annual receipts of — 



Less than $5,000 



Establishments not operated entire year 



Metropolitan area 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dotlars) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousdnd 
dollars) 



Active 
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(><umber) 



Paid 

employees, 

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Nov. 15 

Qitmba) 



Receipts 
(exc. taxes), 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Active 
proprietors. 



(Tijunibcr) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N. Y... 

Atlanta, Ga 

Baltimore , Md 

Birmingham, Ala 

Boston, Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Chicago, in 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbus, Ohio 

Dallas, Tex 

Denver, Colo 

Detroit, Mich 

Houston, Tex 

Indianapolis , Ind 

Kansas City, Ho 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Louisville , Ky 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn 

New Orleans , La 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Portland, Oreg 

Providence, R. I 

St. Louis, Mo 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif.... 

Seattle, Wash 

Washington, D. C 

Youngstown, Ohio 



U 
16 
86 
27 

111 
49 

260 
4B 
87 
32 

24 
23 

134 
18 
30 
82 

161 
21 
21 
27 

13 
630 
159 
199 
24 
50 
il2 



36 

54 
224 

71 
296 
111 
731 
119 
247 

85 



484 
46 
89 
216 
467 
46 
59 
61 

42 
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437 
536 

65 
131 
287 
125 
206 

39 
109 



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11 
37 
20 
72 
18 
135 
20 
78 
14 

19 
10 
30 

3 
16 
31 
88 

4 
20 

5 

11 
201 
46 
108 
12 
17 
44 
20 
20 
18 
34 
11 



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17 
81 
16 
94 
49 
24£ 
46 
56 
34 

20 
24 

185 
16 
28 
83 

158 
21 
19 
25 

9 

651 

152 

204 

17 

36 

102 

43 

68 

23 

30 

42 



6 
19 
39 
33 
98 
33 

232 
26 

133 
29 



63 
5 
20 
42 
89 
4 
32 
12 

12 
171 
64 
216 
5 
22 
67 
34 
17 
29 
15 
12 



21 
22 
60 
39 
80 
32 

203 
86 

140 
20 

53 
27 

433 
33 
26 
56 

219 
15 
39 
31 

11 

445 

96 

137 

40 

51 

86 

59 

108 

42 

35 

29 



393 

656 
2,085 

529 
3,650 

628 
4,859 
1,220 
1,505 

193 

1,450 
392 

6,093 

1,154 
375 
574 

9,091 
335 
911 
594 

691 

20,691 

2,311 

1,721 

422 

594 

2,371 

3,367 

3,114 

939 

672 

415 



27 

116 

220 

64 

433 

94 

423 

76 

96 

27 

149 
50 

472 

140 
30 
51 

636 
56 

118 
72 

71 

1,666 

379 

175 

32 

41 

345 

188 

402 

161 

74 

48 



99 

170 

701 

149 

1,159 

93 

1,442 

655 

606 

77 

357 
95 

2,843 
264 
111 
199 

2,657 

64 

295 

133 

238 
5,732 
740 
445 
123 
140 
554 
913 
733 
214 
237 
107 



18 
16 
51 
27 
53 
32 
191 
42 
72 
17 

31 
17 

441 
18 
25 
52 

206 
13 
30 



357 
84 

158 
42 
27 
72 
56 
97 
35 
24 
25 



151 
95 
348 
20O 
792 
228 
1,361 
461 
823 
75 

158 
96 

1,325 
198 
140 
228 

1,498 

54 

455 

228 

70 
3,498 
466 
631 
107 
131 
478 
258 
620 
217 
197 
115 



» Proprietors of unincorporated businesses. 

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Table Page 

3A Employee Size of Establishments — Personal, Business, and Repair Services— United States, by 

Kind of Business, 1948: Establishments, receipts, payroll, and personnel 3.02 

3B Employee Size of Establishments — Personal, Business, and Repair Services— Geographic 

Division and State, IQ-iS: Establishments, receipts, pay roll, and personnel 3.08 



3.11 



3C Employee Size of Establishments — Personal, Business, and Repair Services — Selected Kinds of 
Business, by Geographic Division and State, 19-48: Establishments, receipts, pay roll, and 
personnel 

Page Page 

Advertising agencies 3.11 Photographic studios (inc. commercial 

Automobile storage, parking 3.13 photography) 3.29 

Barbershops 3,15 Power laundries 3.31 

Barber and beauty shops combined 3.17 Pressing, alteration, garment repair 

Beauty shops 3.19 shops 3.33 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (exc. rug Self-service laundries 3.35 

cleaning) 3.21 Shoe repair shops 3.37 

Electrical repair shops 3.23 Upholstery, furniture repair shops 3.39 

Funeral service 3.25 Watch, clock, jewelry repair shops 3.4-1 

General automobile repair shops 3.27 

3D Employee Size of Establishments — Year -Round Hotels — Geographic Division and State, 

1948: Establishments, guest rooms, receipts, payroll, and personnel 3.43 

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3.11 



Tabic 3C— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS. BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948 

ESTABUSBMBNTS, RECEIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Geognphic division and State 



Total 



Bstab- 
iish- 
mtntA 



(Number) 



Receipts, 

entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollan) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



employees. 

workweelt 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 



Eatablishmentd repenting November 15 employment of— 



No paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



[Humber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dottdrs) 



~Ria — 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

{Humber) 



1 to 3 paid employees 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



^i3 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Totml 

Geographic divUlons: 

New Gnfiland 

Middle Atlantic 

East North Central 

West North Central 

South Adanoc 

East South Central 

West South Central 

Mountain 

Paafic 

New England: 

Mair»e 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvama 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South E^ota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carohna 

Georgia 

Florida , 

East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Okhhom 

Texas 

Mountain : 

MoDOru . 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Ne»ada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

Camocna 

See footnotes at end of table. 



3,279 



188 
1,113 
808 
210 
190 

59 
147 

66 
498 



1 

3 

105 

32 

43 



846 

66 
201 ! 



1781 
52 

380 ! 

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54 [ 



56 
36 

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4 

2 
16 

5 j 



21 
55 i 
24j 
17 1 

9 
16 

6 
28 
33 



18 

16 

104 



67 

28 

403 1 



394,872 



38,739 



5,509 



29, aa 



12,635 
185,191 
119,051 

19,820 

11,793 
3,198 

Cx) 

(x) 

31,687 



5,432 
101,051 

56,734 
8,346 
4,206 
1,340 

(x) 

(X) 

13.363 



1,305 
19,193 
10,513 

2,045 

1,205 
403 
(x) 
(x) 

2,989 



30 
137 
107 
24 
19 
2 
27 
12 
87 



270 

1,715 

1,703 

185 

141 

(x) 

513 
(x) 
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(x) 



Cx) 



(x) 
(x)' 



66 
358 
278 
76 
71 
23 
56 
23 
195 



1,702 
9,702 
7,791 
1,747 
1,871 

531 
1,405 

577 
4,476 



(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
8,413 
1,520 
2,533 



160,902 
3,494 
20,795 



18,635 
2,409 
66,041 
26,302 
5,664 



5,398 

2,043 

10,967 

27 

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(x) 

190 



(x) 
3,959 
1,498 
1,146 
202 
1,214 

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2,015 
1,483 



(x) 
1,404 
565 
(x) 



297 
1,323 
(x) 
5,405 



(x) 
305 

1,271 
(x) 
256 

1,099 
(X) 



2,892 
2,628 
26,157 



(X) 
(x) 
(x) 

3,816 
552 

1,009 



89,395 
1,413 
10,243 



8,714 

1,014 

33,467 

10,984 

2,555 



2,563 

524 

4,731 

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75 



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1,369 

761 

392 

67 

273 

Cx) 

760 

464 



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Cx) 
Cx) 



864 
160 
262 



16,277 

400 

2,516 



1,858 

237 

5,819 

2,050 

549 



568 

179 

1,079 

7 

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Cx) 

27 



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Cx) 



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413 
189 
115 
30 
63 

188 
160 



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9 
24 



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536 



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21 
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263 
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56 
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126 
58 
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24 

9 

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429 
294 



7,409 

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1,912 



1,618 

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3,412 

1,858 

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158 

Cx) 



373 
L35 
160 
Cx) 
357 
Cx) 
Cx) 
372 



182 
162 
187 



Cx) 

157 
Cx) 
1,105 



Cx) 
Cx) 



211 
Cx) 



497 

128 

3,851 



334 

1,933 

1,712 

303 

355 

113 

256 

115 

1,063 



Cx) 

Cx)" 
197 
53 
75 



1,507 

57 

359 



316 
93 
369 
341 
93 



31 
56 
U3 

Cx) 

Cx) 
14 

Cx) 



Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 

25 
(x) 
196 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
13 

17 



148 
34 
881 



2.140 



126 
669 
518 
130 
140 

49 
110 

49 
349 



Cx) 
Cx) 



76 
23 
22 



499 
38 
132 



99 
34 
246 
104 
35 



33 
24 
55 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 



35 
14 
12 



Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



16 

19 
14 



Cx) 

1. 

Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 



50 

14 

285 



3.12 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE. 1948— Continued 

ADVERTISING AGENCIES 
EsTABUSHMENTS, Receiits, Pay Roll, and Personnel 















Estabhshments reporting November 15 


employment of — 
















4 to 7 paid employee 




8 to 19 paid employees 




to 49 paid employees 


5C 


paid employees or more 


Geographic division and State 


Establish- 
ments 

(Humber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

dumber) 


EstabUsh- 
ments 

Wumber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Tliousartc 
• dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. IS 

(Number) 


Estabhsh- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Tliousatid 
dollars) 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Establish 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollari) 


F^d 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Total 


719 


41,037 


13,721 


3,753 


585 


69,555 


30,670 


6,847 


252 


70,581 


37,921 


7,458 


132 


178,388 


105^9 


18,541 


Geographic divisions: 

New England 

Middle Atbntic 

East North Central 

West North Central 

South Atlantic 

East South Central 

West South Central ... 

Mountain 

PaaSc . ... 


35 
228 
165 
49 
61 
19 
34 
17 
111 


1,961 
13,032 
10,263 
2,539 
2,988 
695 
1,790 
638 
7,031 


645 

4,303 

3,530 

905 

926 

306 

562 

262 

2,282 


172 
1,204 
859 
261 
308 

98 
177 

91 
583 


39 
214 
139 
40 
26 
13 
22 
14 
78 


3,974 
24,828 
18,838 
4,183 
3,436 
1,648 
2,574 
1,958 
8,116 


1,813 

12,134 

7,988 

1,552 

1,041 

778 

868 

594 

3,902 


447 
2,594 
1,597 
445 
275 
201 
235 
162 
891 


16 
104 
78 
15 
10 
■2 
7 

'26 


(x) 
30,801 
22,708 

3,412 

2,239 

(x) 

1,651 

5,660 


(x) 
16,448 
12,367 

1,612 

1,183 

(x) 
971 

3,U3 


(x) 

3,075 

2,232 
462 
312 

(x) 
205 

665 


2 

72 

41 

6 

3 

1 

' 7 


Cx) 

105,113 

57,748 

7,654 

1,118 

(x)" 

5,531 


(x) 
66,151 
31,113 

3,973 
701 

(x)" 
2,954 


(x) 
11,651 

5,307 
747 
170 

(xj" 

501 


New England : 


2 

1 
22 
3 
7 

170 
19 
39 

36 
11 
73 
29 
16 

16 
6 

21 
1 

1 
3 
1 

1 
16 
10 
3 
4 
2 
4 
12 
9 

5 
7 
5 
2 

3 
3 
4 
24 

1 

'io 
"e 

18 
7 
86 


(x) 

Cx)" 

1,202 

170 

456 

10,100 
1,130 
1,802 

2,363 

679 

4,396 

1,945 

880 

767 
176 

1,551 

(x) 

(x) 
97 

(x) 

(x) 
648 
533 
40 
148 
(x) 
91 
787 
650 

161 
304 

(x) 

(x) 

78 

115 

145 

1,452 

(x)" 
354 

(X)" 

1,104 
827 

5,100 


(x) 

(x)" 
400 

60 
140 

3,399 
283 
621 

731 
232 
1,707 
623 
237 

353 
99 
385 
(x) 
(x) 

44 
(x) 

(x) 

192 

160 

33 

56 

(x) 

21 

227 

200 

64 
170 
(x) 
(x) 

34 

51 

42 

435 

(x)" 
180 

(x)" 

350 

137 

1,795 


(x) 

(x)" 

108 
13 
37 

895 
100 
209 

186 

63 

380 

153 

77 

85 
32 
111 

(x) 

(x) 
18 

(x) 

(x) 
82 
49 
14 
23 

(x) 
18 
58 
51 

25 
37 

(x) 

(x) 

14 
12 
19 
132 

(x)" 
'59 

(x)" 

95 

39 

449 


21 
11 

161 
13 
40 

38 
5 
68 
17 
11 

9 

7 
18 

4 
2 

1 
9 
5 
3 

4 
1 
1 
2 

5 
6 
1 

1 

I 
4 
6 
11 

1 

"i 

1 
3 
2 

1 

12 
9 
57 


2,282 

542 

1,150 

19,706 
1,043 
4,079 

4,453 
469 
9,835 
2,945 
1,136 

892 
(x) 
1,8U 

306 

(x) 

(x) 

1,669 
285 
321 

771 
(x) 
(x) 

(x) 

595 
(x) 

(X) 

(x) 

(x) 
(x) 

952 
1,170 

(x)" 

673 
(X) 
122 

(X) 

(x) 

1,060 
1,535 
5,521 


980 
271 
562 

9,907 

566 

1,661 

1,977 
284 

4,133 
998 
596 

360 
(x) 
720 

135 
(x) 

(x) 
354 
191 
134 

202 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

235 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
206 
472 

(x)" 

283 
(x) 

66 
(x) 
(X) 

572 

414 

2,916 


235 

80 
132 

2,010 
148 
436 

417 
61 
777 
215 
127 

94 
(x) 
221 

43 
(x) 

(x) 

104 
49 
37 

39 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

60 

(X) 

(x) 
(x) 

(x) 
(x) 
57 
124 

(x)" 

69 
(x) 

32 
(x) 
(x) 

146 
103 
642 


'12 
1 
3 

87 
4 
13 

16 
3 

47 
8 
4 

4 
2 
6 

3 

1 
2 
2 

3 
2 

"i 

1 

3 

4 

1 
1 

18 


2,925 

(x) 
531 

25,463 

843 

4,495 

4,329 

638 

13,522 

3,377 

842 

1,028 

(x) 
1,327 

(x)" 

(x)" 

(X) 

(x) 

767 
(x) 

(X)" 
(x) 

717 
934 

... 

... 

(x) 
(x) 
(x) 


1,668 
(x) 
228 

13,896 

496 

2,056 

2,191 

404 

7,860 

1,353 

559 

547 
(x) 
732 

(x)" 

(x)" 

(x) 

(x) 

421 
(x) 

(x)" 
(x) 

335 
636 

(x) 
(x) 
(x) 


337 
(x) 
71 

2,5U 
114 
450 

431 

79 

1,386 

221 

115 

115 
(x) 
186 

(x)" 

(x)" 

(X) 

(x) 

*96 

(x) 

(x)" 
(x) 

. "ei. 

124 

(x) 
(x) 
(x) 


2 

61 

11 

.7 

*23 

9 

2 

3 
"3 

"3 

!.. 

... 

"i 

7 


(x)" 

96,893 
8,220 

(x) 

34,212 

15,703 

(x) 

2,175 
5,479 

1,118 

(x)" 
... 

5,ii; 


(x)" 

60,605 
5,546 

(X) 

18,891 
7,659 
(x) 

1,222 

2,751 

701 

(x)" 
2,954 














(x) 


Rhode Island 




Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York . . 


10 362 










East North Central 

Ohio . 


(X) 

3^030 
1,357 

(x) 

2A1 
506 


Indiana 


Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 


Iowa 

Missouri . . ... 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 


Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 
Delaware 


170 










West Virginia ,' 
















Flonda 




East South Central: 








Alabama 








West South Central: 








Oklahoma 








Mountain : 




Idaho 




Wyoming 


' 


Colorado 








Anzona 




Utah 




Nevadi 


• •• 


Paclflc: 

Washington 

Oregon 


... 











See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.13 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL. BUSINESS. AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

\l'TtniOIUI,l STORAGI . PARKING 
ESTABUSBMBNTS, RECEIPTS, PaY RoLL, AKD PERSONNEL 



Geographic division and Start 



Estab- 
Jiah- 

ments 

{Humber) 



Receipu, 

entire 



Pay roll, 
enure 
year 



{Thotuand (Thousand 
dollar) 1 dollars) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

neareat 

Nov. 15 



Establishments reporting November 15 employment of— 



No paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
do l lars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
doltars) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

{Humbcr) 



1 paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 

entire 
year 

^Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



employees, 
workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

{Tjumher) 



Total 

Geographic dtrUlona: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

East North Central 

West North Central 

South Atlantic 

East South Central , 

West South Central 

Mountain 

Pacific 

New En^and : 

Maine ' 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts / . . . . 

Rhode Island , 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 
Ohw 

?!Kfa"T 

Illinois 

Michig^ 

Wisconsin 

We«t North Geotral: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South E^ota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Gexirgia 

Flonda 

East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tamesaee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

lifflriiMna 

OUabonu 

Tcxaa 

4 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Cokxado 

New Maioo 

Utah ..'.'.■.■.■.■.'.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.'.'.■.■.■ 
Nevada 

Padflc: 

Washington 

uwuu 

CU]danua 

See footnotes at end of table 



569 

2.833 

1,684 

595 

620 

267 

596 

179 

1,190 



6 

296 

67 

161 



1,849 
365 
619 



472 
166 
435 
518 
93 



128 
43 
338 
2 
4 
29 
51 

25 
115 
108 
65 
30 
32 
32 
68 
145 



70 

134 

60 

3 



13 

94 

91 

398 



1 

2 

2 

105 

4 

29 

27 

9 



139 

70 

981 



55,990 



25,618 



2,672 



10,379 



1,719 



10,814 
71,075 
41,523 
10,655 
(x) 

'^,420 
(x) 

3,010 
26, 140 



3,070 
20,694 
12,765 

3,205 
(x) 

1,271 
(x) 
812 

7,425 



1,602 
8,297 
6,024 
1,627 
(x) 

820 
(x) 

382 
3,133 



207 
897 
502 
186 
170 

56 
147 

72 
435 



717 

3,707 

1,596 

691 

521 

178 

486 

315 

2,068 



16 
148 
69 

7 
18 

2 
34 
15 
85 



498 
Cx) 
(x) 

7,023 
(x) 

2,222 



55,753 
4,652 
10,560 



10,684 
3,851 

18,043 
7,418 
1,527 



2,502 

916 

6,080 

(x) 

(x) 

506 

608 



392 
2,200 
2,989 

983 

411 
(x) 

275 
2,150 
2,042 



1,407 

2,182 

811 

20 



(x) 
2,146 
1,712 

.5,879 



(x) 
M 
(x) 
1,451 
60 
596 
460 
253 



3,471 
2,361 
20,308 



158 
(x) 
(x) 
1,983 
(x) 
604 



16,372 
1,275 
3,047 



3,437 
1,284 
5,133 
2,417 
494 



735 

283 

1,385 

(x) 

(x) 
124 
170 

106 
689 
651 
249 
133 



72 
(x) 
(x) 
1,020 
(x) 
305 



5,947 

654 

1,596 



1,795 

760 

2,084 

1,123 

262 



382 
132 
948 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



112 
509 
586 



420 

562 

183 

6 



(x) 
643 
525 
2,088 



(x) 
(x) 
Cx) 
383 
6 
173 
135 
79 



1,119 

603 

5,703 



(x) 



67 
91 

62 
371 
436 
188 

85 

95 
331 
339 



241 

421 

155 

3 



Cx) 
353 
270 

1,114 



Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 



184 
4 
83 
68 
25 



401 

236 

2,496 



6 

3 

103 

21 

65 

560 
151 
186 



148 
33 
82 

203 
36 



38 
9 

107 

2 
9 
21 

6 

25 
24 
16 
10 
15 
8 
13 
53 



1 
47 

3 

6 
11 

3 

47 

16 

372 



21 
15 
2 
404 
73 
202 



2,280 
729 
698 



449 
101 
425 
511 
110 



M 



Cx) 



Cx) 



11 

106 
145 
40 
34 
32 
10 
53 
189 



Cx) 



Cx) 
M 



Cx) 
Cx) 



117 
462 
337 
154 
140 

80 
U6 

37 
246 



869 
4,074 
2,533 
1,054 
Cx) 

484 
Cx) 

243 
2,144 



Cx) 
Cx)' 



Cx) 



Cx) 



Cx) 



Cz) 

Cx) 



13 

54 

100 

319 



M 



Cx) 

Cx)* 
2 
Cx) 

Cx) ' 



(x) 

Cx)' 

Cx) 

Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx)' 



(x) 

Cx)' 

Cx)' 

Cx)' 



264 
77 
121 



34 

71 

132 

11 



2 

20 

16 

108 



431 

92 

282 



2,709 
535 
780 



657 
229 
645 
891 
111 



Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 



73 
106 



32 
262 
189 
94 
31 
41 

98 
211 



Cx) 
Cx) 



82 

330 



Cx) 



255 

88 

1,725 



22 

17 
207 



149 
106 
551 



211 

193 

1,740 



2,794 



177 
741 
586 
239 



Cx) 

II 
Cx) 



50 
473 



Cx) 
(x)' 



78 
21 
63 

431 
130 
180 



135 

60 

143 

225 

22 



Cx) 

1 

Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 



28 
20 
169 



9 

5 
7 

45 

35 

398 



1,719 



Cx) 
Cx) 



117 
462 
337 
154 



37 
246 



Cx) 
Cx)' 



55 

13 



264 
77 
121 



39 
34 

71 
132 



Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 



9 

15 

5 
34 
22 
15 
7 
9 

12 
29 



Cx) 
Cx) 



15 
53 



Cx) 



20 
15 
108 



22 

17 

207 



3.14 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Tabic 3C— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

\l TOMOIilLL STORAGH, PARKING 
Es^rABUSHMENTS. RECEirrs, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geogiaphic division and State 



Establishments reporting November 15 employment of— 



2 paid employees 



Establish- 
ments 



(Humhcr) 



Receipts, Pay roll, 
entire entire 

year year 



{Thousand 
dollan) 



(Thousand 
dollari) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Humbcr) 



3 paid employees 



Establish- 
ments 



{Humber\ 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 



{Thousand 
' dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Humber) 



4 to 7 paid employees 



Establish- 
ments 



(Numbtr) 



Receipts, 
entire 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entue 
year 

(Thousayid 
dollars) 



Paid 
nnployees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(Mumber) 



8 paid employees or more 



Establish 
tnents 



(^vfumbcr) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousar^ 
dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

woreweck 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



Total 



1,221 



2,442 



815 



18,322 



4,940 



2,445 



1,315 



49,495 



6,700 



80,233 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic 

East North Central 

West North Central 

South Atlantic 

East South Central . 

West South Central 

Mountain 

Paafic , . . 

New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 
Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana . . . . . . 

Illinois .... 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota . 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 

Virginia 

West Virginia ' 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

. Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Anzona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

Oregon , 

California 

See footnotes at end of table. 



75 
4ai 
218 
95 
84 
38 
88 
23 
176 



252 

60 
112 

69 
19 
53 
68 
9 



22 
12 
U2 



990 

7,673 

2,859 

1,127 

1,175 

411 

985 

344 

3,060 



226 
1,660 
709 
32A 
274 
122 
278 
83 
735 



150 
848 
436 
190 
168 

76 
176 

46 
352 



38 
308 
152 
40 
71 
18 
74 



739 
7,949 
3,015 

745 
1,215 

369 
1,448 

323 
2,519 



212 
2,014 
815 
211 
363 
105 
446 
75 
698 



114 
924 
456 
120 
213 

54 
222 

36 
306 



77 

473 

236 

65 

102 

52 

91 

25 

144 



2,539 

20,883 

10,444 

1,976 

3,315 

1,117 

2,518 

828 

5,675 



734 

6,365 

2,930 

680 

918 

30O 

802 

247 

1,614 



(x) 
(x) 



507 
176 
275 



5,290 

854 

1,529 

847 

197 

1,018 

694 

103 



321 
125 
571 
(x) 

(x)" 



47 
238 
434 
118 
(x) 

40 
(X) 
136 
133 



134 
195 

M 

(x) 



(x) 

208 
(x) 

645 



(x) 
(x) 



360 

263 

2,437 



(x) 
(x) 



1,048 
236 

376 



220 
53 
226 
187 
23 



75 
41 
179 
(x) 

(x)" 



10 
44 
99 
34 

(x) 
10 

(x) 
29 
40 



37 
58 

(x) 

(x) 



(x) 

59 
(x) 
178 



(x) 
(x) 



85 
57 
593 



(x) 
(x) 



504 
120 
224 



138 
38 
106 
136 
18 



50 
22 
100 
(x) 

(x)" 



6 

30 

56 

24 

(x) 

6 
(x) 
16 
20 



18 
38 

(x) 

(x) 



(x) 

36 
(x) 
114 



(x) 
(x) 



44 
24 
284 



224 
29 
55 

40 
15 
47 
44 
6 



(x) 

(x)"" 

388 

91 

182 



6,486 
501 
962 



705 
210 
1,145 
845 
110 



111 
107 
452 

(x)" 

(x) 

(X) 



95 
209 

128 
157 
47 

(x) 

(X) 
141 
401 



(x) 

148 
(x) 



274 
148 
985 



(x) 
(x)' 



(x) 
(x) 



418 

211 

1,890 



(x) 

(x)" 
110 
28 



1,606 
135 
273 



184 
72 
293 
228 
38 



25 
37 ■ 
125 

(x)" 
(x) 

X) 

29 
64 

38 
45 
11 

(x) 

(X) 
39 
122 



(x) 

6 
(x) 



10 

87 

49 

300 



(x) 
(x)' 



672 
87 
165 

120 
45 
141 
U2 
18 



344 
29 

100 



72 
39 
106 
49 
20 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

3' 
(x) 



48 
24 
138 



127 
49 
522 



54 
24 
228 



15 

10 

119 



216 
(x) 
(x) 
1,618 
(x) 

540 



16,950 

825 

3,108 



2,298 

1,014 

5,056 

1,573 

503 



632 
279 

771 



231 
63 



(x) 
510 
800 
434 
124 

(x) 
131 
508 
619 



374 
386 
357 



(x) 

394 
(x) 
1,684 



(x) 

499 

(x) 
113 
131 

(x) 



529 
425 
,921 



76 
Cx) 
Cx) 

413 
(x) 

183 



,114 
306 
945 



690 
369 

1,254 
452 
165 



223 

80 

287 



(x) 
151 
183 
102 
34 
Cx) 
57 
123 
210 



90 
141 
69 



M 

U7 
(x) 

518 



(x) 

152 

(x) 
37 
24 

(x) 



177 

102 

1,335 



392 
2,492 
1,460 
334 
523 
248 
441 
118 
692 



55 
269 
189 
55 
53 
23 
50 
10 
87 



4,960 

26,789 

21,076 

5,062 

4,524 

1,861 

4,530 

957 

10,474 



1,705 
9,766 
7,656 
1,744 
1,675 

634 
1,525 

341 
3,815 



35 
(x) 
(x) 

236 
(x) 
84 



1,792 
144 
556 

382 
181 
534 
263 
100 



96 

37 
146 



(x) 
85 
88 
53 
26 

(x) 
45 
71 
124 



(x) 

65 
ft) 

302 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



69 
46 
577 



205 
19 
45 

54 
26 
76 
22 
11 



(x) 
(x) 

3,675 

413 
741 



22,048 
1,158 
3,583 



5,728 
2,100 
9,754 
2,904 

590 



1,019 

314 

3,366 



(x) 

(X) 



Cx) 

875 
1,292 

140 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
1,214 

489 



Cx) 

1,071 

Cx) 



Cx) 
1,067 
Cx) 
2,595 



Cx) 
Cx) 

244 
185 
Cx) 



1,698 
1,181 
7,595 



(x) 
•.x) 

1,266 
155 
241 



8,077 

426 

1,263 

2,178 

727 

3,205 

1,304 

242 



362 

113 

1,153 



(x) 
(x) 



(X) 

372 
483 
49 

Cx) 

(x) 

(x) 
402 
167 



Cx) 

321 
Cx) 



Cx) 

331 
Cx) 

897 



Cx) 
Cx) 



683 

360 

2,772 



829 

3,571 
3,335 
829 
917 
362 
737 
145 
1,537 



Cx) 
Cx) 



599 
90 
Ul 



2,715 
226 
630 



1,066 
462 

1,232 
460 
115 



191 
48 
539 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
177 
349 
72 

Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 
211 
100 



Cx) 

210 
Cx) 



Cx) 

134 
Cx) 

452 



M 
M 

36 

39 
Cx) 



212 

125 

1,200 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.15 



Tabic 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

lURMI R <\H)\^< 
ESTABUSHMBNTS. RECEIPTS, pAY RoiX, AND PEKSONNEL 



Geographic division and State 



Total 



Estab' 

Jish- 
ments 



OJumbcr) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thcfusand 
dolUn) 



Fay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollar) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



Estabbshmente reporting November IS emptoymcnt of — 



No paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(J^fu mber) 



Rccnpts. 

entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



P^y roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
doHaw) 



P^d 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Alumber) 



1 paid employe* 



Esatv 
lish- 
ments 



(7<umber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



FaH 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(><umber) 



Tend 



Geographic dlTitloos: 

New England 

Middle Atlantic . . 
East North Centi^. . 
West North Central. 

South AtlanQc 

East South Central . . . 
West South Cental. . 

Mountain 

Fioic 



New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire. 

Vermont 

Massachusetts . . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 



Middle AUandc: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 



East North Central : 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



Weat North Central: 

Miimesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North I^kota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbd . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Fkmda 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



Weat South Cential: 

Arkanas 

l/niiciaf^a . . . . 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wytxning. . . . 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Aruona 

Utah 

Nevada 



Pacific: 

Washington. 

Oregon 

Califamia. . . 



91.993 



126,012 



6-; ,509 



18.707 



18,707 



6,950 
23,271 
19,425 
9,294 
9,633 
1,338 
7,586 
2,716 
8.780 



639 
377 
244 

3,419 
750 

1,521 



11,410 
3,944 
7,917 



5,093 
2,430 
6,002 
3,791 
2,109 



1,876 
1,876 
2,577 

383 
)378 

952 
1,252 



213 
1,388 

451 
1,4A0 

879 
1,587 

813 
1,398 
1,464 



1,107 

1,333 

1,135 

763 



857 
1,261 
1,393 
4,075 



378 
322 

162 
779 
266 
318 
395 
96 

1,567 

934 

6,279 



25,592 
89,613 
85,583 
36,793 
50.412 
20,667 
34.404 
13.433 
47.944 



6.384 
23,532 
24.406 

9,746 
20.623 

8,387 
12,478 

4.454 
16,002 



3.644 
12.812 
11.764 
4,869 
11,172 
4,937 
6,732 
2.000 
6,579 



4.641 
16,257 
12.720 
6.376 
4.642 
2.119 
4,208 
1,598 
5,226 



10.931 
39.046 
32.925 
15,752 
10,391 
4,476 
9,005 
4,055 
14,774 



90 
269 
302 
130 
162 

61 
125 

85 
200 



2,069 
1,347 
834 
12,988 
2,218 
6,136 



48,874 
13,954 
26,785 

20,526 
10,500 
26,937 
18,427 
9,193 



7,681 
.7,207 
10.671 
1,551 
1.466 
3.638 
4.579 



830 
5.529 
3,792 
7.425 
3.870 
9.574 
3,813 
7,489 
8,090 



4.812 
7.004 
5,827 
3.024 



3,296 

4,920 

5,546 

20,642 



1,531 
1,472 

879 
3,925 
1,359 
1,937 
1,705 

625 



7,105 
4.686 
36,153 



429 
328 
208 

3,397 
433 

1.589 



14,850 
3,028 
5,654 



5,701 
3,031 
7,552 
5,772 
2,350 



1,795 

1,684 

3,366 

363 

382 

953 

1,203 



233 
1,632 
1,345 
3,109 
1,222 
4,322 
1,566 
3,327 
3,367 

1,638 
2,977 
2,574 
1,198 



1,237 
1,671 
1,807 
7,763 



371 
420 
287 
1,393 
496 
778 
459 
250 

2,064 
1,477 

12,461 



210 
184 
114 
1,999 
255 
882 



7.968 
1,623 
3,221 



2,789 
1,495 
3,641 
2,683 
1,156 



838 
816 
1,734 
172 
185 
489 
635 



117 
846 
905 

1,690 
599 

2,308 
989 

2,003 

1,715 



872 
1,722 

1,540 
803 



759 

871 

996 

4,106 



174 
183 
121 
661 
242 
331 
205 
83 

887 

601 

5,091 



504 
257 
171 
2,194 
580 
935 



7,489 
2,842 
5,926 



3,480 
1,621 
3.961 
2.305 
1,353 



1,325 
1,359 
1,661 
262 
253 
646 
870 



142 

919 

128 

656 

560, 

643 

356 

589^ 

649 1 

640 
621 

476 
332 



444 

857 

829 

2,078 



265 
205 

93 
435 
135 
147 
263 

55 

1,085 

580 

3,561 



1,165 
619 
369 
5,158 
1,256 
2.364 



18,215 
6,992 
13,839 

8,396 
4,045 
10,486 
6,273 
3,725 



3,624 
3,402 
3.794 
705 
639 
1.552 
2,036 



325 
2,133 

419 
1,453 
1,303 
1,426 

685 
1,141 
1,506 



1,490 

1,354 

964 

668 



770 
1,667 
1,760 



647 
575 
274 
1,060 
348 
383 
611 
157 



2,623 
1,649 
10,302 



135 
72 
62 



7 
9 
7 
19 
22 
8 
8 
5 

25 
23 
152 



1,485 
4,390 
3,967 
1,798 
2,034 

882 
1,639 

617 



86 
79 
46 
766 
125 
383 



2,292 
786 

1,312 

955 

429 

1,210 



380 
347 
495 
86 
82 
194 
214 



46 
284 
109 
308 
172 
308 
176 
279 
352 



236 
263 
233 

150 



210 
195 
316 
918 



67 
75 
43 
172 
68 
89 
84 
19 

276 

191 

1,428 



6,907 

20,852 

21,165 

9,050 

8,740 

3,296 

7,375 

3,473 

11,325 



411 
373 
219 

3,478 
534 

1,892 



11,031 
3.732 
6.089 



4.809 
2.207 
6,674 
4,700 
2,775 



2,085 

1,862 

2.256 

476 

395 

974 

1.002 



210 
1.319 

549 
1,257 

361 
1,224 

660 
1,032 
1.628 



1,056 
939 
826 
475 



797 

897 

1,379 

4,302 

409 
393 
285 
894 
347 
543 
497 
105 

1,616 
1,081 
8,628 



2,281 
6,977 
7,406 
3,181 
3,118 
1,202 
2,616 
1,220 
4,123 



155 
129 
79 
1,126 
177 
615 



3,742 
1,269 
1,966 



1,702 

775 

2,306 

1,711 

912 



739 
633 
806 
159 
154 
338 
352 



76 
451 
197 
460 
313 
454 
229 
355 
583 



383 
337 
313 
169 



292 

318 

512 

1,494 

124 
1A7 
105 
320 
121 
190 
177 
36 

567 

419 

3,137 



1,485 
4,390 
3,967 
1,798 
2,034 

882 
1,639 

617 
1,895 



79 
46 
766 
125 
383 



2,292 

786 

1,312 



955 
429 
1,210 
869 
504 



380 
347 
495 
36 
82 
194 
214 



46 
284 
109 
308 
172 
308 
176 
279 
352 



236 
263 
233 
150 



210 
195 
316 
913 



67 
75 
43 
172 
68 
89 
84 



276 

191 

1,428 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3.16 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.- 



-EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 
BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 



B-\RBI:R SHCll'S 
ESTABUSHMENTS. RECEIPTS, Pay RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Geognphic division and State 



Establishments reporting November 15 employment of — 



2 paid employees 



Establish- 
ments 



iHu^nber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dolluri) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
doliaTs) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



3 paid employees 



Establish' 
ments 



{Humbcr) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(TJiousjnd 
dollars) 



P»y roll, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dolljTjJ 



4 to 7 paid employees 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek Establish- 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

{Humbcr) 



ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollai 



Paid 
miployees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
{?*lumbeT) 



8 paid employees or more 



Esubbsh- 
ments 



(?^umber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid 
Pay roll, employees, 
entire workweek 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



nearest 
Nov. 15 
(>^utnbcr) 



Total 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Central. 

Mountain 

Pacific 



New England ; 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 
Rhode Island 
Connecticut 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York ... 

New Jersey 

Pcnnsylvarua . 



East North Central 

Ohio 

Indiaru 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia. . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 
South Carohna 
Georgia . . 
Flonda 

East South Central : 

Kentucky 
Tennessee 
Alabama 
Mississippi . 



West South Central; 

, Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain; 

Montana . 

Idaho 

Wyoming , . . 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Anzona 

Utah 

Nevada, . 



PaclBc: 

Washington . 
Oregon . . . 
Caluomia . . . 



8,597 



67,914 



32, 5U 



17,194 



3,704 



22,366 



11,112 



13,571 



318 



13,586 



8,937 



534 

1,521 

1,622 

666 

1,415 

621 

935 

287 

996 



33 
25 
17 

292 
26 

141 



868 
221 
432 



415 
212 
481 
353 
161 



117 
102 
219 
23 
29 
66 
110 



16 
108 

92 
240 

78 
269 
132 
227 
253 



132 
191 
186 

112 



121 

95 

160 

559 



119 
102 
775 



3,915 
11,395 
14,058 
5,511 
9,934 
4,038 
6,653 
2,654 
9,756 



1,860 
5,385 
6,615 
2,692 
4,784 
1,930 
3,270 
1,275 
4,702 



1,068 
3,042 
3,244 
1,332 
2,830 
1,242 
1,870 
574 
1,992 



186 
576 
609 
257 
766 
363 
442 
124 
381 



1,985 
6,043 
7,290 
2,906 
7,831 
3,364 
4,768 
1,528 
5,352 



1,049 
3,251 
3,906 
1,590 
4,279 
1,911 
2,624 
828 
2,928 



558 
1,728 
1,827 

771 
2,298 
1,089 
1,326 

372 
1,143 



91 
4li 
461 
184 
727 
334 
333 

84 
251 



1,418 
6,837 
8,310 
3,053 
11,660 
4,835 
5,502 
1,544 
5,177 



822 
4,010 
4,944 
1,831 
7,043 
2,908 
3,131 

932 
3,027 



415 
2,051 
2,143 

840 
3,425 
1,549 
1,558 

385 
1,205 



13 
112 
46 
13 
49 



436 
5,440 
1,835 

521 
1,856 

658 
1,101 

179 
1.560 



282 

3,640 

1,233 

322 

1,237 

375 

712 

114 

1,022 



279 
162 
141 

2,087 
161 

1,085 



6,495 
1,701 
3,199 



3,495 
1,798 
4,161 
3,204 
1,399 



1,030 
944 

1,696 
202 
250 
529 
860 



142 
835 
736 

1,568 
648 

1,860 
806 

1,442 

1,897 



968 
1,322 

1,121 
627 



760 

640 

1,140 

4,113 



314 
254 
88 
779 
306 
406 
339 
168 



1,095 

988 

7,673 



143 
77 
76 

969 
81 

514 



3,080 

803 

1,502 

1,656 

862 

1,940 

1,497 

660 



492 
446 
825 
101 
125 
263 
440 

63 
409 
338 
764 
316 
879 
385 
693 
937 



475 
619 
540 
296 



370 

330 

560 

2,010 



141 
120 

48 
378 
U8 
211 
144 

85 

534 

502 

3,666 



66 
50 
34 

584 
52 

282 



1,736 
864 



830 
424 
962 
706 
322 



234 
204 
438 
46 
58 
132 
220 

32 
216 
184 
480 
156 
538 
264 
454 
506 



264 
382 
372 
224 



242 

190 

320 

1,118 



68 
50 
22 
180 
74 
90 
62 
28 



238 

204 

1,550 



10 
12 
6 
101 
11 
46 



381 
58 

137 



125 
91 
186 
146 

61 



27 
36 
107 
9 
H 
29 
38 

7 
42 
55 

127 
32 

169 
84 

139 

111 



109 
112 
75 



44 
58 
50 
290 



47 
49 
285 



IW 
122 
65 
1,084 
114 
486 



3,935 

664 
1,444 



1,523 
1,045 
2,196 
1,762 
764 



355 

450 
1,109 
110 
141 
353 
388 



(x) 
M 

604 
1,308 

307 
1,724 

769 
1,315 
1,223 



709 

1,026 

989 

640 



386 

652 

529 

3,201 



103 
155 
135 
529 

M 
225 
180 

(x) 



638 

712 

4,002 



63 
57 
38 

570 
63 

248 



2,113 
350 
788 



871 
525 
1,125 
948 
437 



195 
234 
616 
52 
71 
199 
213 



(x) 

(x) 
339 
727 
159 
944 
415 
713 
558 



413 
583 
557 
358 



222 

371 

284 

1,747 



64 

90 

70 

285 

(x) 

127 

84 

(x) 



353 

379 

2,196 



30 
36 
18 

303 
33 

138 



1,143 

174 
411 



375 
273 
558 
438 
183 



31 
108 
321 
27 
33 
87 
114 



(x) 

(x) 
155 
381 
96 
507 
252 
417 
333 



201 
327 
336 
225 



132 
174 
150 
870 



27 
33 
30 
138 

(x) 
54 
42 

(x) 



Wl 
147 
855 



285 
30 
100 



103 
74 
144 
112 
28 



1 
25 
55 

104 
37 

195 
65 

155 



28 
138 
126 

42 



38 
49 
34 
212 



32 

12 

207 



100 
71 
40 
833 
(x) 
(x) 



4,573 

509 

1,755 



1,834 
(x) 
2,517 
2,138 

(x) 



(x) 

(x) 

1,513 

58 

41 

230 

293 



(x) 
(x) 
1,003 
1,654 

751 
3,258 

893 
2,176 
1,459 



453 
1,931 
Cx) 
(x) 



583 

810 

604 

3,505 



58 
85 
M 
(x) 
150 
275 
78 
(x) 



567 

256 

4,354 



59 

47 

12 

470 

(X) 

(x) 



2,573 

295 

1,042 



1,114 

(x) 

1,484 

1,271 

Cx) 



(x) 
(X) 
904 
34 
23 
140 
182 



(x) 
(X) 

530 
1,007 

417 
1,986 

525 
1,290 

899 



267 
1,180 
(x) 
(x) 



348 

478 

340 

1,965 



35 

54 
(x) 
(x) 

86 
174 

46 
(x) 



339 

154 

2,534 



28 

19 

15 

254 

(x) 

(x) 



1,415 
133 
502 



484 

(x) 
667 
523 

(x) 



(x) 

(x) 
405 
13 
12 
76 
87 



(x) 

(x) 
273 
472 
175 
928 
297 
733 
425 



133 
645 

(x) 

(x) 



175 
239 
169 
975 



12 
25 

(x) 

(x) 
45 
72 
17 

(x) 



W7 

59 

999 



4,625 
356 
459 



468 

(x) 
903 
350 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
303 



(x) 

(x) 
48X 
135 

72 

383 
377 



126 
432 

(x) 

(x) 



254 
134 
713 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
104 



356 

1,194 



3,107 
239 
294 



301 

(x) 
608 
255 

(X) 



(x) 
(x) 
186 



(x) 

(x) 
326 
125 

'43 

256 
243 



77 
235 

(x) 
(x) 



157 

90 

455 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



246 
776 



See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.17 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

BARBER AND BtAlTY SHOI-S COMBINJ D 
ESTABUSHMBNTS, RECEIPTS, PaY RoLL, ANB PbKSONNEL 



Geographic division and State 



Tool 



Esab- 
Jish- 
ments 



(7<umbcr) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thoutand 
dollars) 



Piy coll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousdrtd 
doHars) 



Paid ■ 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Xumber) 



Establishments reporting November 15 employment of— 



No paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(Mumber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



1 paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
enure 
year 

(Tliousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



^Tsa — 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Total 

Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic - 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central . 
West South Central. 

Mountain 

Pldfc 

New En^and: 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Peimsylvania 

East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa. 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic : 

E>elaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia. . . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Flonda A 

East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Iratiaiana 

Oklahoma 

Teias 

Mountain ; 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colcfado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 



99 

421 
552 
435 
235 
163 
316 
U4 
236 



115 
66 
167 
194 
10 



112 
85 
61 
22 
23 
39 
93 



39 
28 
60 
189 



64 
19 
153 



834 
3,265 
5,264 
3,374 
2,140 
1,336 
2,916 
1,250 
2,608 



38 

471 

48 

82 



2,000 
497 
768 



816 

658 

1,888 

1,810 

92 



938 
635 
434 
191 
191 
227 
758 



106 
115 
61 
301 
183 
225 
194 
631 
324 



237 
328 
380 
391 



328 

303 

521 

1,764 



313 

97 

(x) 

267 

28 

315 

151 

(x) 



784 

175 

1,649 



9,696 



5,365 



804 



2,780 



366 
1,174 
2,260 
1,300 
1,028 

598 
1,311 

530 
1,129 



205 
681 
1,132 
695 
676 
433 
782 
247 
514 



24 
173 
187 
141 
45 
36 
71 
55 
72 



75 
637 
649 
475 
103 
105 
184 
211 
293 



(z) 



22 
79 
110 
107 
32 
23 
51 
16 
46 



(X) 

458 

681 

614 

157 

(x) 

' 226 

96 

342 



43 
39 
13 
210 
21 
40 



747 
182 
245 



320 
300 
830 
774 
36 



366 
223 
162 
70 
78 
59 
337 



66 
51 
30 

U8 
89 

113 
74 

314 

153 

100 
142 
168 
188 



156 
134 
240 
781 



153 
37 
(x) 
88 
14 
149 
55 
(x) 



340 

77 

712 



24 
15 
7 
125 
15 
19 



424 
105 
152 



164 
162 

416 

374 

16 



190 
117 
89 
37 
39 
38 
185 



31 
31 
17 
92 
50 
94 
46 
227 



56 
103 
144 
130 



106 
69 
147 
460 



(x) 



(x) 



138 

39 

337 



103 
22 
48 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



377 
77 
183 



168 

60 

221 

191 

9 



103 
140 
68 
17 
18 
48 
81 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
Cx) 



15 

15 

46 

108 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



M 



M 



(x) 

(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



w 



(x) 



(2) 

M 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

M 






(2) 



(z) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



92 

27 
174 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



304 
83 
71 



102 
98 
188 
266 
27 



74 
42 
24 
83 

112 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



10 
25 
48 



(x) 



35 
11 
34 
146 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
230 



(x) 
135 
201 
170 
44 
(x) 
71 
30 
94 



(x) 
1 

(X)' 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



486 



(x) 
79 
110 
107 
32 
(X) 
51 
16 
46 



(X) 



(x) 



51 
15 
13 



20 
17 
29 



29 
16 

14 
6 
4 

15 

21 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



3 

5 
11 



4 
7 
32 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3.18 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.- 



-EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 
BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 



BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS COMUINED 
Establishments. Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



Establishments reporting November 15 employment of — 



2 paid employees 



Establish- 
ments 



iHumbcr) 



Receipts, Pay roll, 
entire ' entire 
year i year 



(Thousand (Thousand 
doltars) dollars) 



Piid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(?^urtib«rT-J 



3 paid employees 



4 to 7 paid employees 



EstabUsh- 
ments 



(Tvfumbgr) 



Receipts, 

entire 
year 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Tfiousand 
' dollars) 



ftid 

employees. 
workweek Establish- 
ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 
(Humber) 



Q^umher) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Humber) 



8 paid onployees or more 



Establish' 
mcnts 



(>jumbcr) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Total 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
h4iddle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic . . 
East South Central . 
West South Central. . 

Mountain 

Paafic 



New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire 
Vermont 
Massachusetts 
Rhode Island 
Connecticut 



Middle Atlantic; 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 



East North Central : 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Central : 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missoun 

North Dakota 

South I^ota 

Nebraska 

Kansas . 



South Atlantic; 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia. 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

, Arkansas 

Lfiuisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain; 

Montana , . 

Idaho 

Wyoming, . , . 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 



Paciac; 

Washington . 
Oregon .... 
California . . . 



3,706 



1,575 



92i 



1,700 



975 



2,125 



2,801 



1,629 



145 
591 
838 
671 
248 
158 
418 
217 
420 



19 
(x) 
(x) 

104 
(x) 
(x) 



364 

73 
154 

178 

(x) 
222 
329 

(X) 



191 

117 

88 

43 

Cx) 

(x) 

123 



(x) 
(x) 

(X)" 
38 
26 

(x) 



(x) 

M 



(X) 

(x) 
97 
283 



M 

6 
(x) 



Cx) 



U4 
41 
235 



66 

229 
358 
293 
lU 

61 
179 

92 
186 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



146 
27 
56 

84 
(X) 

94 
137 
(x) 



84 

51 
41 
17 

(x) 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 

(x)'" 
18 
13 

(x) 
31 
23 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
41 
124 



(x) 

2 
(x) 



(X) 



70 

15 

101 



40 
138 
190 
156 
82 
56 
122 
56 
84 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
44 
76 

(x) 



40 
26 
22 
10 
(X) 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 

(x)" 
10 
12 

(x) 
26 
16 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(x) 
28 
80 



(X) 

1 
(x) 



(x) 



217 
543 
650 
584 
370 
223 
416 
163 
437 



97 
251 
307 
292 
160 
104 
213 

81 
195 



54 
153 
162 
156 
114 

72 
135 

33 

96 



205 
671 

1,598 
933 
972 
660 

1,293 
382 
651 



109 
332 
882 
478 
547 
351 
630 
211 
362 



63 
187 
417 
244 
351 
244 
370 

91 
158 



(x) 

365 
848 
97 
290 
(x) 
379 
181 
465 



(x) 

206 

496 

61 

165 

(X) 
211 
104 
275 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
113 
30 
(x) 



337 
99 

107 

(x) 

(x) 
262 
293 

Cx) 



193 
78 

102 
28 
59 



(X) 
(X) 

47 

(x)" 
107 
118 
59 

32 
19 
S3 



46 

67 

58 

245 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
349 



(x) 
(x) 

,x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



156 
46 
49 

(x) 

(x) 
134 
137 

(x) . 



(x) 
(X) 



(x) 
31 
56 

31 

15 

7 

39 

43 



27 
32 
29 

125 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
155 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 



127 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

260 

(x) 
501 
574 

(x) 



271 
201 
102 
61 

(X) 

(x) 
221 



(x) 

(x) 
134 
113 
158 
64 
287 
138 



83 
226 
144 
207 



119 
78 
209 
887 



172 

(x)" 
62 

(X)" 

(x)" 

lU 

41 

497 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

146 

(x) 
268 
314 

(x) 



136 
103 
51 
30 
(x) 
(x) 
125 



(x) 
(x) 



84 
35 
168 
74 



52 
107 

81 
111 



67 

31 

113 

419 



(X) 
29 

m" 

(x)" 

63 
26 
273 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
x) 

68 

(x) 
133 
140 

(x) 



29 

12 
(X) 

(x) 



(x) 

(x) 
48 
37 
66 
24 
109 
42 



43 

19 

65 

243 



(x)- 
13 

(X)" 

(x)" 

25 

13 
120 



(x) 
Cx)' 



Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 
494 
157 



Cx) 
Cx)' 



Cx) 
Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 
291 

91 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx)' 



)03 
Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 

Cx) 
77 
95 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 
164 



Cx) 
(x) 

Cx)' 

Cx)' 

4 
Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 

Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 
102 



Cx) 
124 
253 
32 

97 
Cx) 
104 
51 
130 



Cx) 
Cx)' 



Cx) 
Cx) 
(x) 

Cx) 
Cx) 
153 
39 



Cx) 
M 

(x)' 

Cx)' 

'3. 

(x) 



Cx) 
(x) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
C*) 



29 

33 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 



M 

Cx) 



See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.19 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

HI AITY SHCIR- 
ESTABUSBMENTS, RcCBIPTS, PaY Roll, AND PERSONNEL 



Geographic division and State 



Tool 



Eatalv 
Jish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Establishments reporting November IS employment of— 



No paid employee 



Estab- 
Ush- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 



{Thousand 
dollors) 



Pay roll, 
enarc 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



"T^a — 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



1 paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll. 

entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. IS 

(Number) 



Tot«I 

Geographic dlvlsloiis: 

New EnglaiKl 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic ... 
East South Central . 
West South Central. 

Mountain 

PaoSc 

New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Eait North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

ntinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic : 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia. . . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carohna 

Georgia 

Florida 

Eaat South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Weal South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiaiu 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacific: 

Washington 

Oregon 

Calif omia 



7^,497 



■;17,570 



U3,274 



87,290 



39,524 



86,391 



2,207 



16,640 



75,282 



20,983 



16.640 



5,377 
17,334 
15,054 
7,325 
8,744 
3,672 
6,439 
1,909 
7.643 



527 
399 
235 
2,734 
517 
965 



8,U5 
2,639 
6,550 



4,436 
2,228 
5,069 
2,893 
1,428 



1,303 
1,485 
2,384 
237 
256 
701 
959 



185 
1,270 

572 
1,211 

752 
1,465 

572 
1,267 
1,450 

1,069 

1,149 

854 

600 



758 

846 

1,063 

3,772 

214 
196 
127 
622 
219 
256 
190 
85 



1,002 

723 

5,918 



30,172 
107,385 
87,758 
34,863 
46,593 
16,835 
30,030 
10,453 
53,481 



9,804 
38,399 
29,139 
10,728 
16,685 

5,807 
10,237 

3,354 
19,121 



6,273 

21,721 

17,268 

6,925 

11,623 

4,626 

7,109 

2,059 

9,686 



2,790 
9,596 
8,834 
4,305 
3,820 
1,678 
3,485 
1,042 
3,974 



6,520 
21,334 
19,406 
9,303 
7,588 
3,162 
6,225 
2,426 
10,427 



183 
469 
509 
201 
278 

91 
148 

62 
266 



2,072 
1,437 
854 
16,357 
2,251 
7,201 



63,950 
15,378 
28,057 



24,021 
8,961 
29,374 
15,064 
10,338 



7,442 
6,542 
11,890 
1,068 
1,135 
2,955 
3,831 



6,422 
6,004 
6,060 
3,047 
6,810 
2,590 
6,062 
8,710 

4,625 
6,U3 
4,056 
2,021 



2,681 
3,734 
4,280 
19,335 



910 
870 
M 
3,366 
1,105 
1,875 
1,142 
(x) 



5,454 
4,177 
43,850 



569 
271 
204 

5,526 
664 

2,570 



25,765 
4,954 
7,670 



8,060 
2,609 
9,822 
4,835 
3,8U 



2,479 

1,764 

3,933 

293 

325 

829 

1,105 



271 
2,119 
2,712 
2,156 

804 
2,389 

815 
2,238 
3,181 

1,432 

2,207 

1,551 

617 



743 
1,283 
1,314 
5,897 



232 

248 

(x) 

1,043 
387 
667 
432 

(x) 



1,685 
1,422 
16,0W 



393 
197 
152 

3,598 
422 

1,511 



13,524 
3,108 
5,089 



1,735 
5,284 
2,942 
2,418 



1,476 
1,154 
2,522 
196 
240 
557 
780 



184 
1,354 
1,413 
1,598 

608 
2,029 

667 
1,717 
2,053 

1,068 

1,610 

1,379 

569 



658 

890 

903 

4,653 



163 
167 

(x) 
625 
257 
387 
249 

(x) 



936 

761 

7,989 



326 
278 
148 
1,336 
332 
370 



3,922 
1,232 
4,442 



2,490 
1,407 
2,925 
1,633 
379 



706 
964 
1,367 
132 
128 
457 
551 



116 
720 
176 
492 
413 
536 
260 
525 
582 

528 
512 
329 
309 



413 

519 

625 

1,928 



128 
122 

68 
352 
103 
115 
111 

43 



599 

420 

2,955 



655 
589 
292 

3,190 

709 

1,075 



9,523 
3,126 
8,685 



5,387 
2,682 
6,686 
3,453 
1,188 



1,806 

2,158 

2,755 

293 

262 

940 

1,089 



233 

1,327 

544 

953 

841 

1.011 

455 

893 

1,331 



1,108 
984 

570 
500 



742 

324 

1,199 

3,460 



291 
283 
152 
872 
233 
253 
213 
129 



1,511 
1,008 
7,908 



242 

113 
114 



122 
57 

203 
52 
75 



9 
12 
26 
101 



25 

21 
219 



1,339 
3,333 
3,559 
1,691 
2,235 

961 
1,411 

407 
1,699 



6,165 
16,193 
16,855 
7,491 
8,675 
3,325 
5,166 
1,955 
9,457 



116 
79 
51 
719 
103 
271 



1,578 

657 

1,103 



991 
422 
1,028 
678 
440 



353 

303 

533 

68 

71 
133 
230 



25 
282 
113 
329 
209 
410 
160 
334 
373 

309 
290 
211 
151 



185 
173 
248 
304 



40 
38 
34 
138 
50 
55 
36 
15 



215 

147 

1,337 



512 
359 
225 

3,225 
443 

1,401 



3,166 
3,139 



4,562 
1,782 
5,251 
3,049 
2,211 



1,598 
1,388 
2,309 
333 
300 
580 
983 

109 
1,231 

553 
1,240 

890 
1,438 

605 
1,079 
1,530 

1,162 

1,047 

660 

456 



582 

603 

966 

3,015 



186 
157 
172 
685 
223 
279 
158 
95 



1,127 

709 

7,621 



1,665 
4,448 
4,670 
2,142 
2,472 

930 
1,453 

535 
2,668 



135 
91 
57 
874 
125 
383 



2,230 

866 

1,302 



1,252 
502 

1,457 
858 
601 



459 
378 
672 
83 
89 
169 
292 



27 
344 
174 
336 
234 
428 
163 
300 
464 

327 
293 
190 
120 



165 
167 
276 
845 



53 
40 
40 
187 
70 
75 
45 
25 



305 

213 

2,150 



1,339 
3,338 
3,559 
1,691 
2,235 

961 
1,411 

407 
1.699 



116 
79 
51 

719 

103 
271 



1,578 

657 

1,103 



991 
422 
1,028 
678 
440 



353 
303 
533 
68 
71 
133 
230 



25 
282 
113 
329 
209 
41C 
160 
334 
373 



309 
290 
211 
151 



136 
173 
248 
304 



40 
38 
34 
138 
50 
55 
36 



215 

147 

1,337 



See footnotes St end of table. 



3.20 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES-GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 



BI-ALTY SHOPS 
Establishments. Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



Establishments reportiDg November 15 employment of— 



2 paid employees 



Establish 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, i Pay roll, 
entire ' entire 
year , year 



I 



(Thousand 
doUars) 



(Thousand 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



3 paid employees 



Establish 
ments 



(-Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(.Thcmsand 
doUars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
' dollari) 



Paid 
fraployees,! 
workweek Esublish- 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 
(Humber) 



4 to 7 paid employees 



(HumixT) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid 

-mployeea, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



8 paid employees or more 



Establish 
ments 



[T^utnber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dpi tars) 



Paid 

Pay roll, employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollari) 



Total 



23,902 



17,570 



■t,(K3 



41,193 



17,667 



12,129 



69,178 



20.346 



1,352 



82,575 



45,400 



20.605 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Central 
Mountain 
Paafic 

New England ; 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont , 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 



East North Central 

Obo 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Central : 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missoun 

North E>akota 
South Dakota - 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic; 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia 
Virginia 
West Virginia 
North Carohru 
South Carolina 



East South Central ; 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming. . , . 
Coloiado . . . . 
New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 



Pacific: 

Washington , 

Oregon 

CalJomia. . . 



606 

1,982 

1,806 

687 

1,294 

510 

756 

215 

929 



44 
21 
22 

313 
44 

162 



1,081 
418 
483 



478 
211 
522 
278 
317 



130 
109 
241 
17 
29 
64 



16 
122 

93 
202 

66 
281 

70 
204 
240 

139 
163 
133 
75 



87 

75 

101 

493 



4,513 
15,567 
13,355 
4,715 
7,953 
2,801 
4,496 
1,640 
7,906 



1,668 
5,647 
5,147 
1,852 
3,073 
1,067 
1,712 
630 
3,106 



1,212 
3,964 
3,612 
1,374 
2,588 
1,020 
1,512 
430 
1,858 



260 
995 
806 
280 
619 
217 
329 
112 
425 



2,742 
10,758 
8,634 
2,872 
5,510 
1,531 
2,816 
1,219 

5,m 



1,163 
4,473 
3,746 
1,207 
2,416 

667 
1,239 

482 
2,294 



780 

2,985 

2,418 

840 

1,857 

651 

987 

336 

1.275 



270 
1,023 
821 
267 
641 
241 
348 
102 
440 



4,377 
17,826 
13,979 
4,343 
9,606 
3,193 
5,464 
1,820 
8,570 



2,104 
8,401 
6,697 
2,051 
4,678 
1,579 
2,600 
883 
4,102 



1,302 
5,066 
3,958 
1,320 
3,132 
1,210 
1,724 
505 
2,129 



112 
400 
228 

95 
135 

65 
110 

31 
176 



5,850 
25,707 
15,529 
6,139 
7,261 
2,823 
5,863 
1,393 
12,010 



3,021 
14,961 
8,370 
3,275 
3,768 
1,473 
3,085 
762 
6.685 



92 

79 

758 



287 
234 
143 

2,250 
285 

1,319 



8,722 
3,219 
3,626 



3,382 
1,381 
4,233 
2,028 
2,331 



941 
789 
1,585 
133 
192 
426 
649 



113 
864 
738 

1,257 
452 

1,450 
415 

1,077 

1,587 

866 
981 
594 
360 



494 

378 

604 

3,020 



225 
133 
62 
462 
198 
299 
147 
114 



757 

633 

6,516 



120 
59 
52 
828 
114 
495 



3,208 
1,175 
1,264 



1,332 
544 

1,608 
772 
891 



386 
272 
661 
55 
71 
158 
249 



42 
318 
303 
475 
172 
583 
162 
411 
602 

330 
370 
233 
134 



188 

155 

250 

1,119 



91 
50 
20 

176 
81 

115 
56 
41 



297 

257 

2,552 



42 
44 
626 



2,162 
336 
966 

956 
422 
1,044 
556 
634 



260 
218 
482 
34 
58 
128 
194 



32 
244 
186 
404 
132 
562 
140 
408 
480 

278 
326 
266 
150 



174 
150 
202 
936 



60 
34 
20 
120 
60 
76 
32 
28 



184 

158 

1,516 



13 

10 

9 

153 



625 

157 
213 



258 
U6 
138 



43 
56 
103 
4 
12 
25 
37 



15 
54 
78 
83 
33 

118 
33 
81 

124 

39 
73 
73 
32 



35 
28 

45 
221 



40 
33 
347 



(x) 
96 

(x) 

1,675 
132 
637 



6,764 

1,731 
2,263 



1,395 
833 
3,010 
1,469 
1,427 



462 
609 

1,018 

(x) 

(x) 
250 

(x) 



136 
552 
775 
651 
296 
930 
236 
620 
1,264 

272 
582 
465 
212 



(x) 

230 
(x) 
1,851 



(x) 
(x) 
92 
354 
(x) 
271 
66 
48 



547 

366 

4,198 



(x) 

39 

(x) 

701 

62 

271 



2,871 
691 

.911 



323 
356 
1,297 
625 
645 



196 
257 
421 

(x) 

(x) 
108 

(x) 



53 
230 
353 
299 
117 
412 
111 
290 
546 

125 
250 
200 
92 



(x) 

100 
(x) 

312 



(X) 

(x) 
34 
152 

(x) 
94 
25 
20 



230 

159 

1,905 



(x) 

30 

(x) 

474 

36 

174 



1,875 
471 
639 



553 
264 
774 
408 
414 



129 
168 
309 

(x) 

(x) 
75 

(x) 

45 
162 
234 
249 

99 
354 

99 
243 
372 

117 
219 
219 
96 



(x) 

34 
(x) 
663 



(x) 

(x) 
21 
117 

(X) 
63 
21 
12 



120 

114 

1,041 



23 

11 
3 

139 
18 
76 



646 

145 
232 



213 
80 
265 
133 
130 



44 
35 
106 
15 
15 
13 
39 



10 

72 

81 

88 

27 

102 

43 

109 

109 

44 
79 



35 

23 

33 

252 



43 

26 

371 



337 
159 
53 

2,199 
301 

1,328 



11,560 
2,510 
3,756 



3,573 
1,289 
4,961 
2,163 
1,993 



685 

649 

1,773 

244 

218 
217 
557 



178 
1,214 
1,279 
1,318 

409 
1,262 

638 
1,509 
1,799 

588 

1,105 

1,093 

407 



513 

444 

465 

4,042 



73 
156 

89 
540 
269 
429 
110 
154 



828 

493 

7,244 



168 

68 

22 

1,038 

148 

610 



5,563 
1,162 

1,676 



1,715 

602 

2,411 

1,006 

963 



332 
294 
846 
113 
100 



549 
691 
659 
195 
616 
295 
722 
863 

293 

540 
537 
209 



231 

204 

234 

1,931 



40 
78 
49 
259 
137 
198 
57 
65 



401 

247 

3,454 



105 
46 
13 

673 



3,171 

701 

1,194 



1,043 
370 

1,293 
640 
612 



205 
183 
534 
73 
66 
68 
191 



51 
348 
403 
429 
129 
493 
213 
528 
538 

219 
389 
454 
148 



177 

144 

163 

1,240 



29 

46 
29 
U6 



106 
45 
26 



208 

127 

1,794 



293 

30 
77 



13 

13 
150 



(x) 

(x)" 

3,818 

381 

1,441 



19,215 
1,653 
4,339 



5,222 
994 
5,233 
2,692 
1,138 



1,950 
949 

2,450 

(x) 

(x) 
542 

(x) 



119 

1,234 

2,115 

641 

159 

719 

191 

864 

1,199 

629 

1,434 

674 



(x) 
1,255 
(x) 
3,947 



(X) 

(x) 

(x) 
453 

(x) 
344 
448 

(x) 



684 

963 

10,363 



(x) 

(x)" 

1,937 

204 

778 



11,601 

957 

2,403 



2,816 

546 

2,846 

1,522 

633 



1,062 
527 

1,266 

(x) 

(x) 
239 

(x) 



57 

643 

1,119 

347 

75 
335 

72 
502 
618 

338 

723 

375 

37 



(x) 

645 
(x) 
2,089 



(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
249 

(x) 
179 
247 

(x) 



426 
525 

5,734 



1,640 
6,368 
3,721 
1,700 
1,811 

784 
1,475 

381 
g,725 



(x) 

(i)' 

1,101 
106 
371 



4,738 
U3 

1,187 



1,341 
257 

1,U5 
660 
318 



529 
282 
664 

(x) 

(it) 
153 

(x) 



31 
318 
477 
187 

39 
210 

55 
204 
290 

U5 

386 

229 

24 



(x) 

339 
(X) 

965 



(x) 
(X) 
(x) 

114 
(x) 
87 

115 
(X) 



209 

213 

2,301 



See footnotee at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.21 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE; 1948— Continued 

tXEANINt,, DYLINO PLANTS (LXC.RUG CXhANlNC, ) 
ESTABLISHMBKTS, ReCBIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 





ToBi 




Establishmentu reporting November 15 








No paid employee 




1 to 3 paic 


employees 




Gfograi^uc division and State 


Jiih- 
ments 

(Xumber) 


Recapu, 
entirt 
yeir 

(TIlOUMTld 

iollcrs) 


Piy roll, 
entire 
year 

Mlars) 


Plid . 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Estab 
Ush- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(TTiousand 
dolkri) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thouidntl 
Mlars) 


T>aid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 

enure 
year 

(Thouurul 
dolidrr) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousond 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Total >. 


24,017 


807,673 


385,155 


203,867 


2,225 


11,013 


921 




7,328 


77,269 


22,472 


15,056 


Geographic divisions: 


980 
2,933 
3,949 
2,611 
3,989 
2,220 
4,437 
1,025 
1,873 


45,905 
156,871 
194,765 
64,337 
106,944 
49,934 
76,981 
25,506 
86,430 


23,535 
78,669 
96,262 
27,740 
48,983 
22,414 
33,501 
11,196 
42,855 


11,600 
38,496 
45,555 
15,821 
32,261 
15,931 
21,398 
6,003 
16,802 


48 
197 
282 
354 
301 
192 
631 
109 
lU 


283 
1,281 
1,912 
1,863 
1,281 

663 
2,355 

599 

776 


2Q 
104 
166 

96 
129 

66 
203 

56 

81 




231 
824 

1,069 
958 
993 
673 

1,778 
353 
449 


3,080 
11,179 
13,285 
9,932 
8,350 
5,138 
15,412 
3,840 
7,053 


847 
3,013 
3,574 
2,584 
2,663 
1,624 
4,913 
1,057 
2,197 


502 


Middle Atlantic 


1,676 




2,232 




1,350 




2,143 


East South Central ^ 


1,436 
3,571 




701 


PioSc 


940 


New England : 


112 
85 
52 

459 
81 

191 

1,627 
469 
837 

931 
640 
1,045 
953 
380 

426 
474 
729 
120 
111 
259 
492 

52 
252 
120 
577 
264 
920 
443 
694 
667 

381 
551 
729 
559 

453 

686 

613 

2,685 

119 
91 
77 
269 
141 
Ul 
154 
43 

365 
249 

1,259 


3,818 
2,514 
1,342 
24,517 
4,779 
8,935 

78,659 
27,587 
50,625 

49,301 
26,862 
60,514 
42,115 
15, '973 

12,025 
11,874 
19,808 
2,288 
2,702 
6,743 
8,897 

2,284 
10,761 

6,868 
18,542 
10,282 
19,259 

9,345 
13,134 
16,469 

11,793 
16,108 
14,000 
8,033 

6,899 
12,020 
11,056 
47,006 

2,542 
2,335 
1,860 
7,343 
2,983 
3,522 
3,789 
1,132 

12,803 

9,488 

64,139 


1,863 
1,114 
545 
12,847 
2,444 
4,722 

39,328 
13,520 
25,821 

24,325 
13,387 
30,480 
20,445 
7,625 

5,286 
4,912 
9,277 

857 
1,018 
2,749 
3,641 

1,136 
5,178 
3,137 
8,837 
5,087 
8,700 
4,025 
5,464 
7,419 

5,478 
7,451 
6,133 
3,352 

2,688 

5,404 

4,756 

20,653 

959 

963 

768 

3,359 

1,272 

1,591 

1,755 

529 

6,151 
4,380 
32,324 


989 

643 

327 

6,446 

1,105 

2,090 

17,912 
6,093 
14,491 

11,812 
6,603 

14,064 
9,149 
3,927 

2,783 
2,699 
5,186 
598 
598 
1,789 
2,168 

586 
2,822 
1,524 
5,480 
3,007 
6,383 
3,290 
4,331 
4,838 

3,305 
5,046 
4,739 
2,841 

2,026 
3,857 
2,806 
12,709 

624 
497 
422 
1,751 
712 
884 
919 
194 

2,442 

1,983 

12,377 


9 
3 
6 
19 
7 
4 

129 
30 
38 

61 
41 
92 
56 
32 

60 
56 
96 
14 
8 
35 
85 

5 
18 

2 
29 
20 
54 
36 
47 
90 

31 
21 
70 
70 

56 
107 

69 
399 

15 
13 

8 
29 

7 
13 
19 

5 

34 

20 
57 


50 
13 

(x) 
114 
49 

(x) 

773 
235 
223 

530 
213 
596 
394 
179 

(x) 
321 
479 

(x) 

67 
193 

(x) 

(x) 

148 

(x) 

92 

85 

279 

125 

136 

382 

103 
HO 

(x) 

(x) 

191 
(x) 

(X) 
1,606 

(x) 

65 
44 

29 

181 
109 
486 


8 

(x)"' 

7 
1 
(x) 

42 
56 
6 

85 
13 
29 
23 
16 

(x) 

7 
27 

12 
3 
(x) 

(x) 

33 

5 

4 

40 

14 

9 

24 

1 
(z) 
(x) 
(x) 

7 
(x) 
(x) 
162 

(x) 

11 
1 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

1 

6 
6 
69 


(x)"' 
(x)'" 

(x) 

(x)"' 

(x)'" 

(x) 
(x)'" 

(x)'" 
(x) 

(x)'" 
(x) 

(x) 

(x)"'" 
(X) 
(x) 
(x) 


35 
29 
16 
89 
21 
41 

547 
109 
168 

251 
183 
265 
262 
108 

148 

196 

234 

52 

47 
99 
182 

12 

43 

21 

97 

63 

243 

103 

191 

220 

114 
UO 
218 
201 

187 

260 

262 

1,069 

39 
31 
22 
87 
52 
49 
55 
13 

111 

69 

269 


428 
366 

185 

1,173 

319 

609 

7,582 
1,479 
2,113 

3,398 
2,102 
3,099 
3,457 
1,229 

1,559 
2,145 
2,382 
564 
476 
1,006 
1,300 

115 

495 

292 

867 

566 

1,835 

840 

1,430 

1,860 

1,102 
1,234 
1,534 
1,268 

1,656 
1,869 
2,538 
9,349 

444 
381 
216 
898 
513 
551 
596 
241 

1,501 
1,009 
4,543 


126 
105 
49 
323 

80 
164 

2', 069 
410 
534 

391 
574 
860 
955 
294 

382 
558 
656 
130 
UO 
252 
496 

23 

127 
94 
282 
171 
630 
265 
458 
613 

326 
377 
436 
435 

451 

548 

738 

3,026 

108 
95 
50 
238 
158 
175 
161 
72 

474 

272 

1,451 


76 




62 




37 




192 




53 




82 


Middle Atlantic: 

New York 


1,106 




212 




353 


East North Central: 

Ohio 


525 




384 




550 




557 




216 


West North Central: 


282 




382 




462 




103 




30 




186 




355 


South Atlantic: 


21 




93 




43 




207 




134 




546 




241 




425 




438 


East South Central : 


251 




311 




463 




411 


West South Central: 


374 




533 




524 


Trrnf 


2,140 


Mountain; 


77 


Idaho 


71 




37 




172 




111 




96 


Utah 


101 


Ncrofa 


36 




220 


Oregon 


138 











See footnotes at end of table. 



3.22 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS. AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

CLEANING. DYEING PLANTS (EXCRUG CLEANING) 
Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



Establishments reporting November IS employment of — 



4 to 7 paid employees 



Establish- 
ments 



(Hiimbcr) 



{Thousand 
dollars) 



Receipts, Pay roll, 
entire I entire 
year year 



(Thousand 
dollaTs) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Humber) 



8 to 19 paid employees 



Estabhsh' 
ments 



(Humbcr) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, |employces, 
entire workweek 
year ended 

nearest 
Nov. 15 
(Humber) 



(Thousaiui 
' dollar 5) 



20 to 49 paid employees 



Establish' 
ments 



(Kumhzr) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollari) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dotlari) 



Paid 
>mployees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(Number) 



50 paid employees or more 



Establish 
ments 



(XumbCT) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 



Paid 
Pay roll, employees, 
entife 



year 



(Thousand (Thousand 
doltdri) dolUi 



workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 



Total 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Central 
Mountain 
Paafic 

New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 
Pennsylvania , 

East North Central 

Ohio 

Indiana. . . 

Illinois. . . 

Michigan . . 

Wisconsin 



West North Central : 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic : 

Delaware 

Marybnd 

District of Columbia . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 



East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain : 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 
Colorado 
New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 



Pacific: 

Washington . 

Oregon 

CalJomia . . . 



7,253 



156/765 



64,485 



38,839 



5,138 



232,607 



60,144 



96,211 



46,751 



86,597 



265 
733 

1,074 
761 

1,457 
756 

1,335 
298 
574 



6,279 
19,421 
26,687 
16,516 
26,659 
12,654 
24,774 

6,706 
17,069 



2,660 
8,021 

10,648 
6,504 

10,884 
5,104 

10,579 
2,765 
7,320 



1,401 
4,135 
5,721 
4,028 
7,925 
4,045 
6,934 
1,580 
3,070 



289 
724 
975 
391 
928 
478 
575 
221 
557 



13,851 
36,165 
49,047 
17,242 
35,857 
16,826 
21,075 
9,650 
32,894 



36 
25 
15 
113 
18 
58 



381 
124 
228 



231 
197 
270 
287 
89 



108 
144 
225 

37 
33 

63 
151 



62 
45 
199 
65 
399 
173 
301 
197 



111 
205 
261 

179 



138 
151 
200 
846 



110 
82 
382 



817 
551 
307 

2,670 
470 

1,464 



9,913 
3,693 
5,815 



5,661 
4,382 
6,629 

8.030 
1,985 



2,553 
3,362 
4,849 
714 
765 
1,355 
2,918 



386 
1,242 
1,144 
3,855 
1,372 
6,695 
2,692 
5,168 
4,105 



2,154 
3,700 
4,156 
2,644 



2,273 
2,345 
4,100 
16,056 



952 
649 
586 
1,823 
1,179 
539 
774 
204 



3,156 

2,220 
11,693 



328 
223 
126 
1,127 
213 
643 



4,129 
1,522 
2,370 



2,215 
1,825 
2,592 
3,275 
741 



929 

1,286 

1,971 

277 

266 

524 

1,251 



165 

511 

420 

1,567 

548 

2,847 

1,095 

2,078 

1,653 



852 
1,452 

1,712 



390 
1,024 
1,744 
6,921 



356 
249 
233 
763 
523 
227 
318 
96 



1,421 

893 

5,006 



198 
135 
77 
588 
101 
302 



2,011 

673 

1,451 



1,196 
1,044 
1,412 
1,599 
470 



565 

755 
1,207 
202 
181 
339 
779 



320 

231 
1,100 

361 
2,162 

945 
1,656 
1,062 



597 
1,102 
1,402 

944 



713 

767 

1,044 

4,390 



222 

137 
133 
440 
298 
124 
190 
36 



603 

426 

2,041 



26 

21 

13 

148 



399 
126 
199 



253 
137 
228 
253 
104 



77 
50 
123 
11 
17 
45 
68 



10 
94 
31 
194 
76 
174 
105 
133 

ni 



92 
142 

152 
92 



61 
143 

66 
305 



92 

57 

408 



1,118 
939 
635 

6,886 
999 

3,274 



20,850 
6,251 
9,064 



12,699 
6,337 
11,822 
13,585 
4,604 



3,645 
2,187 
5,380 
425 
781 
1,887 
2,937 



449 
4,327 
1,806 
7,747 
3,308 
5,934 
3,340 
4,467 
4,479 



3,668 

5,211 
5,087 
2,860 



2,012 

4,892 

2,593 

11,573 



955 
899 
1,014 
2,219 
1,060 
1,464 
1,381 
658 



5,036 

2,882 

24,976 



6,996 
13,227 
24,238 

3,234 
16,978 

7,811 
10,429 

4,687 
16,819 



3,478 
8,674 

11,751 
4,498 

10,785 
5,491 
6,481 
2,455 
6,531 



1^5 
321 
400 
120 
266 
102 
101 
39 
153 



12,366 

33,299 

48,293 

12,229 

23,386 

8,626 

8,826 

3,744 

19.932 



7,119 
21,350 
26,619 
6,634 
12,260 
4,338 
4,722 
2,065 
11,104 



3,307 
9,841 
11,765 
3,446 
7,452 
2,900 
2,866 
962 
4,212 



32 
134 
149 
27 
44 
19 
17 
5 
29 



564 
460 
294 

3,461 
509 

1,708 



10,585 
3,250 
4,392 



6,426 
3,128 
5,865 
6,687- 
2,182 



1,863 
971 

2,586 
189 
357 
812 

1,456 



209 
2,226 

739 
3,764 
1,589 
2,320 
1,487 
1,968 
2,126 



1,754 
2,453 
2,343 
1,261 



935 
2,333 

1,346 
5,315 



412 
412 
484 
1,130 
487 
697 
705 
360 



2,531 
1,333 
12,855 



301 
253 
162 
1,757 
242 
763 



4,743 
1,525 
2,406 



3,132 
1,568 
2,754 
3,071 
1,226 



914 
538 
1,442 
123 
186 
509 
736 



112 
1,144 

369 
2,293 

920 
1,991 
1,169 
1,486 
1,301 



1,069 
1,653 
1,752 
1,017 



657 
1,665 

752 
3,407 



243 
204 
252 
580 
262 
424 
363 
122 



1,055 

656 

4,820 



114 
62 
145 



123 
77 
38 

31 
23 
39 
5 
6 
11 
5 



15 

17 
121 



U) 

645 
(x) 
6,794 
1,413 
3,024 



14,744 
7,812 
15,743 



10, Ul 
8,418 

15,250 
9,715 
4,769 



3,466 

2,443 
3,969 
348 
613 
804 
586 



701 
2,945 
2,090 
4,994 
3,204 
3,569 
1,308 
1,302 
3,273 

2,630 

3,120 

2,003 

873 



767 
1,830 
1,379 
4,850 



(x) 
341 

1,623 

(x) 
697 
768 



2,200 

2,076 
15,656 



(x) 

326 
(x) 
3,913 

791 
1,819 



8,472 
4,199 
8,679 



5,517 
4,727 
8,632 
5,212 
2,531 



1,860 
1,266 
2,329 
172 
273 
411 
323 



386 
1,580 
1,012 
2,617 
1,740 
1,939 
605 
591 
1,790 



1,329 

1,593 

932 

434 



405 

985 

751 

2,581 



(x) 
196 

839 

(x) 
383 
473 



1,207 
1,168 
8,729 



(x) 
193 

(x) 

1,354 
338 
778 



3,450 
1,817 
4,574 



2,564 
2,100 
3,740 
2,160 
1,201 



910 
670 
1,126 
U6 
151 
290 
133 



201 
842 
433 

1,558 
987 

1,316 
495 
504 

1,066 



786 

1,009 

740 

365 



232 

596 

436 

1,552 



(X) 
85 

408 

(x) 
187 
2U 



392 

479 
3,341 



10,046 
50,526 
55,541 

6,555 
11,411 

6,027 

4,539 
967 

8,706 



5,893 
27,954 
30,967 
3,688 
6,069 
3,471 
2,655 
566 
5,334 



(x) 



6,880 
1,529 
(x) 



24,797 

3,067 

17,662 



16,872 
5,410 

23,118 
6,934 
3,207 

(x) 
1,416 
2,749 
(x) 

1,498 
(x) 



(x) 

1,604 

fx) 

987 
1,747 

897 
1,040 

631 
2,370 

2,136 
2,733 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
3,567 



(x) 



(x) 

(x)' 
(x) 



729 
1,192 

6,785 



(x) 



4,011 
850 
(X) 



14,031 
4,083 
9,840 



9,191 
3,120 
12,502 
4,293 
1,861 

(x) 

824 
1,708 
(x) 

747 

(x) 



(x) 
701 

(x) 
602 

1,035 
424 
559 
360 

1,213 



1,216 
1,576 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
2,148 



(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



462 

658 

4,214 



See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.23 



Tabic 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

I I.I I TRU \L Rl IMIR SHOPS 

EsTABusBUBNTS, Recbipts, Pay Roll^ anh Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



Toal 



Estab- 

iish- 
menta 



P^amber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thoiudnd 
dollarri 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(TJioujand 
dollars) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(>tumber) 



Eatabliahments repcrting November 15 employment of— 



No paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



[Nuwber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thoujatid 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

JHumbcr) 



I paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(\umber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay toll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



~TS3 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov, IS 

(>{unibeT) 



Total 



G«ogr«phlc divisions: 
New England 
Middle Atlantic , . , 
East North Central , 
West North Central. 
South AtianDc . . . 
East South Central... 
West South Central.. 

Mountain 

Paoic 



New England: 

Maine 

New Hampshire . . 

Vermont 

Massachusetts. . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut . . 

Middle Atlantic; 
New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania .... 



East North Central : 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Micfaipn 

Wisconsin 



West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South E^ota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

E)istnct of Columbia . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Caroliiu 

South Carolina 



Fkrii 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Ala Kama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

lifTiTJiriana 

Okhhoma 

Texas 



Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming. . . . 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Utah...' .'.".'.■; 
Nevada 



Pacific: 

Washington. 

Oegon 

Cahfomia. . . 



19,440 



21 , 100 



57,465 



1,U6 
4,906 
3,610 
1,851 
2,299 
1,111 
2,055 
552 
1,940 



86 
73 
59 
556 

104 
238 



2,704 

764 

1,436 



971 
482 
1,136 
617 
404 



367 
315 
598 
40 
55 
210 
266 



35 

247 
135 
313 
181 
344 
204 
340 
500 



288 
306 
322 
195 



190 
296 
339 
,230 

61 
73 
21 
149 
87 
86 
65 
10 



345 
218 

1,377 



12,345 
66,033 
42,053 
17,457 
23,705 

9,459 
17,609 

5,490 
20,645 



628 
638 

408 
6,560 
1,029 
3,082 



36,685 
12,365 
16,483 



10,109 
3,551 

17,124 
6,772 
4,497 



3,881 
2,440 
5,898 
380 
527 
2,214 
2,117 

488 
3,144 
3,134 
3,086 
1,491 
2,744 
1,600 
3,508 
4,510 



2,767 
2,510 
2,723 
1,459 



1,359 
1,935 
2,999 
U,316 

570 
565 
156 
1,767 
827 
674 
827 
104 



3,527 
2,352 
14,766 



2,556 
18,054 
9,271 
3,008 
4,617 
1,550 
2,911 
790 
4,074 



1,2U 
7,716 
3,795 
1,467 
2,423 

884 
1,522 

369 
1,713 



751 
3,484 
2,516 
1.294 
1,439 

714 
1,372 

396 
1,383 



3,368 
16,088 
10,638 
5,578 
5,657 
2,571 
4,890 
1,391 
6,784 



42 
116 
123 
42 
62 
31 
38 
16 



58 
92 

60 

1,421 

162 

763 



9,449 
4,811 
3,794 



2,374 

580 

3,380 

1,741 

696 



578 
369 
1,326 
49 
78 
253 
355 



128 
758 
759 
580 
285 
474 
259 
690 
634 



441 
370 
480 
259 



204 

280 

499 

1,928 



11 
324 
95 
63 
193 
8 



572 
388 
,114 



41 
48 
28 

654 
96 
344 



4,013 
1,944 
1,759 



945 
276 
,579 
686 
309 



270 
196 
597 
27 
42 
140 
195 



66 
376 
353 
307 
147 
284 
154 
347 
384 



231 
261 
248 
144 



135 
169 
254 
964 



33 
22 

8 
140 
33 
37 
94 
2 



194 
,275 



56 
59 
48 

370 
73 

145 



1,962 

513 

1,009 



673 
346 
745 
453 
299 



259 
229 

417 
25 

37 
147 
180 



15 
175 

71 
182 
131 
212 
129 
211 
313 



183 
191 
207 
133 



123 
214 
227 



244 
149 
990 



223 

253 
146 
1,692 
384 
670 



9,159 
2,829 
4,100 



2,485 
1,308 
3,676 
1,719 
1,450 



1,257 
925 

1,468 
121 
159 
900 
748 



70 
759 
417 
764 
385 
712 
470 
749 
1,331 



836 
666 
685 
384 



399 

695 

874 

2,922 



226 
321 

(«) 
428 
285 
316 
163 

(x) 



1,346 

757 
4,631 



(x) 



(x) 



2,886 



4,573 



(x) 



M 



178 
580 
514 
264 
411 
220 
359 
77 
283 



296 

91 
193 



180 
70 
47 

53 

37 



63 
215 

14 
6 

4 
21 
13 
11 

8 



48 
33 
197 



2,047 
6,945 
5,690 
2,686 
3,854 
1,967 
3,622 
1,019 
3,575 



238 

78 

56 

,104 

165 

406 



3,749 
1,150 
2,046 



1,333 
■697 

2,284 
693 
678 



675 
312 
669 
135 
91 
396 
403 



55 
386 
137 
587 
258 
536 
358 
485 
1,002 



594 
637 
503 
233 



321 

350 

624 

2,327 

204 
72 
49 
249 
209 
133 
103 



638 

502 

2,435 



256 
973 
841 
385 
613 
301 
525 
132 
547 



30 
11 
10 
133 
18 



552 
155 
266 



226 

105 
307 
120 
83 

80 
49 
119 
17 
16 
49 
55 



15 
58 
22 

100 
37 
90 
51 
86' 

154 



104 
75 
87 
35 



95 
336 



86 

64 

397 



2,836 



178 
580 
514 
264 
4U 
220 
359 



12 
37 



180 
70 
47 

53 

37 
79 
10 
7 
33 
45 



33 
15 



39 
63 
96 



61 
65 
33 



36 

45 

63 

215 

14 
6 
4 

21 

13 
11 



48 
38 
197 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3.24 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES-GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE-. 1948— Continued 

llixtrical ri;p,mr shops 
Establishments. Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 















Establishments reporting November 15 


employment of — 














2 paid employees 


3 paid employees 


4 to 7 paid employees 


8 paid employees or more 


Geographic division and State 


Estabhsh- 
ments 

(Aiumber) 


Receipu, 
entire 
year 

(Thouifltui 
dolbrj) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(T/iousand 
dolbrs) 


Paid 

employees 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 


Estabbsh- 
ments 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollors) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousdnc 
• dollars) 


Paid 

employees 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Estabhsh- 
ments 

CMuraber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

dollars) 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollors) 


Paid 

anployees 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(J^umber) 


Establish 
ments 

(Aiumber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Dwusanl 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. IS 

(Number) 


Total 


1,293 


22,918 


4,631 


2,586 


672 


16,920 


4,018 


2,016 


806 


31,703 


8,972 


4,008 


434 


54,385 


24,092 


9,604 


Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 

East North Central 

West North Central 

South Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Central 

Mountain 

Pacific 


78 
304 
218 
114 
195 

88 
154 

38 
104 


1,485 
5,905 
3,737 
2,018 
3,152 
1,292 
2,482 
815 
2,032 


251 
1,133 
829 
392 
632 
277 
527 
139 
451 


156 
608 
436 
228 
390 
176 
308 
76 
208 


37 
174 
115 
64 
99 
32 
64 
21 
66 


838 
4,852 
2,909 
1,554 
2,358 

676 
1,445 

597 
1,691 


214 

1,118 
707 
359 
517 
144 
352 
147 
460 


111 
522 
345 
192 
297 

96 
192 

63 
198 


45 
196 
157 
^8 
U5 
42 
83 
14 
66 


1,539 
7,419 
6,926 
3,112 
4,008 
1,829 
3,402 
811 
2,657 


509 

2,091 

2,024 

933 

1,075 

433 

845 

216 

846 


221 
986 
804 
420 
555 
2U 
400 
74 
337 


27 
168 
90 
27 
40 
15 
23 
6 
38 


3,068 
24,824 
12,153 
2,509 
4,676 
1,124 
1,768 
357 
3,906 


1,284 
12,623 

4,747 
897 

1,718 
364 
624 
140 

1,695 


545 
5,020 
1,696 
363 
770 
181 
263 
79 
687 


New England : 


6 
3 

1 
35 

8 
25 

169 
52 
83 

63 
20 
77 
36 
22 

24 

22 

34 

2 

4 

u 

17 

5 
11 

3^ 
7 
30 
19 
26 
46 

20 
30 
26 

12 

16 
20 
22 
96 

3 
3 
2 
U 
3 
8 
4 
1 

21 

7 

76 


(x) 
35 

(x) 
674 
152 
510 

3,330 
1,040 
1,535 

1,023 
300 

1,410 
600 

404 

528 
397 
500 

(x) 

(X) 
307 
181 

66 
192 
335 
640 

72 
405 
267 
396 
779 

304 
432 
335 
221 

136 

369 

290 

1,637 

(x) 

75 
(x) 

306 
(x) 

148 
(x) 
(x) 

383 

147 

1,502 


(x) 

5 

(x) 

116 

27 

86 

659 
208 
266 

199 
72 
315 
156 
87 

93 

86 

107 

(x) 

(X) 
37 
48 

13 
35 
55 

123 
22 

101 
57 
81 

145 

60 
88 
82 

47 

40 

76 

59 

352 

(x) 

13 
(x) 

58 
(x) 

26 
(x) 
(x) 

87 

33 

331 


(x) 
6 

(x) 
70 
16 
50 

338 
104 
166 

126 
40 

154 
72 
44 

48 
44 
68 

(x) 

(x) 
22 
34 

10 
22 
26 
76 
14 
60 
38 
52 
92 

40 
60 
52 
24 

32 
40 
44 
192 

(x) 

6 
(X) 

28 
(x) 

16 
(x) 
(X) 

42 
14 
152 


1 

1 

18 
4 
13 

94 
36 
44 

30 
13 
38 
18 
16 

11 
14 
21 
2 
2 
8 
6 

5 
5 
8 

11 
5 

15 
8 

17 

25 

11 
8 
6 

7 

5 

9 

8 

42 

"2 

7 
3 
2 
7 

13 
12 
41 


(x) 

(x)" 
461 
(x) 

270 

2,653 

1,100 
1,099 

597 
373 
1,095 
383 
461 

248 
430 
490 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

64 
91 
327 
206 
157 
420 
175 
416 
502 

234 
188 
(x) 

(X) 

(x) 
(x) 

221 
. 919 

(x)" 

197 
167 
(X) 

153 

262 

339 

1,090 


(x) 

(x)" 
105 
(x) 
74 

633 
240 
245 

156 
90 

262 
99 

100 

71 
80 
114 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

21 
21 
50 
75 
24 
82 
39 
76 
129 

54 
38 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
(x) 
47 
239 

(X)" 

'49 
32 

(x) 
49 

82 
62 
316 


(x) 

(x)" 
54 

(X) 

39 

282 
108 
132 

90 
39 

114 
54 
48 

33 
42 
63 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

15 
15 
24 
33 

15 
45 
24 
51 

75 

33 

24 
(x) 
(x) 

(x) 
(x) 
24 
126 

(x)" 

21 
9 
(X) 
21 

39 
36 
123 


1 
1 
3 

26 
4 

10 

99 
34 
63 

47 
21 
51 
24 

14 

13 
12 

31 
1 
5 
10 
16 

2 
W 
16 
17 

8 
15 

8 
18 
17 

7 
11 
15 

9 

9 
6 
15 
53 

1 

7 
1 
1 
4 

14 

7 

45 


(x) 

(X) 

(x) 
800 
L45 
360 

3,836 
1,322 
2,261 

2,169 
(x) 
2,432 
999 
(x) 

600 

(x) 

1,1U 

(x) 
173 
366 
484 

(x) 
605 
594 
495 
204 

(x) 

(x) 
686 
570 

382 
315 
788 
344 

306 

171 

597 

2,328 

(x)" 

431 
(x) 
(x) 

208 

537 

217 

1,903 


(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

291 
49 

115 

1,111 
388 
592 

693 

Cx) 
613 
336 

(x) 

154 
(x) 

347 
(x) 
34 

108 

159 

(x) 

169 

164 

147 

55 

(x) 

(x) 
165 
162 

97 

65 

205 

66 

86 
45 
167 
547 

(X)" 

iii 

(x) 
(x) 
58 

162 

65 

619 


(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
127 
17 
52 

509 
171 
306 

254 

(x) 
245 
135 

(x) 

61 

(x) 
U9 

(x) 
21 
53 
77 

(x) 
73 
76 
78 
40 

(x) 

(x) 
86 
76 

37 
50 
85 
39 

43 

29 

75 

253 

(x)" 

'38 

(x) 

(X) 

23 

64 

35 

238 


' 2 

14 
3 
8 

84 
38 
46 

21 
2 

45 
16 
6 

7 

1 

16 

1 
2 

1 
9 

12 
4 
4 
1 
1 
5 
3 

6 
5 

3 
1 

1 
2 

4 
16 

1 

3 

' 2 

5 

5 
28 


(x)" 

1,829 
(x) 
866 

13,958 
5,424 
5,442 

2,497 

(x) 

6,227 

2,378 

(x) 

573 
(x) 
1,657 

(x)" 
(x) ■ 

(x) 

1,111 

1,324 
394 
415 

(x) 

(x) 
776 
326 

417 
272 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(X) 

393 

1,183 

(x) 

156 
(X)" 

361 

390 

3,155 


(x)"' 

74i 
(X) 
430 

6,443 
3,796 
2,384 

1,087 

(x) 

2,309 

1,008 

(x) 

173 
(x) 
626 

(x)" 
(x) 

(X) 
469 
458 
131 
130 

(x) 

(X) 
280 
82 

114 
98 
(x) 
(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
125 
427 

(x) 

58 

(X)" 

127 

160 

1,408 






(x) 


Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic; 

New York 


310 
(x) 
166 

2,588 
1,470 


Pennsylvania 

East North Central ■ 

Ohio 


962 
338 




(x) 




886 




355 


Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 


(X) 

75 
Cx) 




238 






South Dakota - . 


, 


Nebraska 


(x) 


Kansas 

South Atlantic; 

Delaware 


(x) 

(X) 

233 




217 




59 




52 




(X) 




(x) 


Georgia i 


95 


Flotii 


45 


East South Central : 


60 




66 




(x) 




(x) 


West South Central: 


(X) 


Louisiana 

Oklahoma 


(x) 
48 


Texas 


178 


Mountain ; 


(x) 


Idaho 






* • • 


Colorado 


32 




,, . 




• . • 


Utah 


(x) 


Neva* 




Pacific: 


51 




71 


CaUfomia 


565 







See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.25 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES- 
BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

II \l KM. SI R\ U I 

Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Pessonnel 



-SELECTED KINDS OF 





Tool 




Establishments 




employment of^ 






No paid employee 


1 paid employee 


Geographic division and State 


Bstab- 
Jiah- 
ments 

(Number) 


Recapts, 
year 

CDlOUMTUJ 

dollari) 


Piy roll, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dolUrj) 


Piid. 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
cntue 
year 

{Thoumnd 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thouiand 
dolkrs) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Esub- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Pay toll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees. 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Total 


18,675 


572,355 


90,019 


40,726 


5,973 


72,849 


636 




4,412 


85,435 


7,458 


4,412 


Geoftraphlc dWUlons: 


1,516 
4,907 
4,354 
1,842 
2,195 
1,193 
1,394 
426 
846 


40,674 
Ul,791 
137,907 
51,163 
57,268 
31,451 
42,046 
14,837 
45,218 


5,968 

19,167 
18,547 
7,641 
12,632 
5,888 
8,510 
2,566 
9,000 


2,591 
8,619 
7,738 
3,402 
6,306 
3,438 
4,416 
994 
3,222 


552 
2,011 
1,549 

623 

477 
216 
247 
118 
180 


6,472 
24,763 
21,650 
7,238 
4,248 
1,737 
1,978 
1,588 
3,175 


50 
166 
162 
52 
62 
16 
39 
25 
42 


.:; 


374 
1,139 
1,115 
504 
459 
269 
289 
116 
147 


7,903 
23,627 
24,260 
9,192 
6,603 
3,443 
3,967 
2,561 
3,879 


675 

2,051 
1,903 
762 
647 
384 
470 
232 
334 


374 




1,139 




1,U5 




504 




459 




269 




269 




115 


Paafic 


U7 


New En^and : 


129 
104 
78 
791 
139 
275 

2,303 

639 

1,965 

1,165 
542 

1,351 
760 
436 

274 
41i 
575 
59 
73 
180 
269 

59 
254 

82 
347 
237 
395 
226 
371 
224 

372 
336 
248 
237 

212 
197 
265 
720 

55 
55 
28 
U9 
40 
45 
72 
14 

152 
101 
593 


3,020 
2,089 
1,335 
20,976 
3,919 
9,335 

67,576 
23,262 
50,953 

37,577 
17,710 
46,179 
24,502 
11,939 

8,449 
10,188 
18,040 
1,360 
1,481 
4,677 
6,958 

1,468 
6,063 
4,029 

10,737 
7,291 

10,873 
5,236 
9,849 
9,722 

11,152 
9,756 
5,487 
5,056 

5,432 

5,931 

7,241 

23,442 

2,000 
1,753 

833 
4,415 
1,197 
2,110 
1,941 

588 

6,532 

5,034 

33,652 


438 

237 
162 

2,992 
502 

1,617 

10,239 
3,111 
5,817 

5,646 
2,396 
5,827 
3,221 
1,557 

1,243 
1,115 
3,524 
157 
186 
526 
890 

175 
1,302 
1,068 
1,676 
1,165 
2,204 
1,054 
2,075 
1,911 

1,482 
1,914 
1,293 
1,199 

1,040 
1,585 
1,360 
4,525 

332 
240 
83 
884 
233 
385 
291 
118 

1,465 

681 

6,854 


226 
121 

103 

1,300 

229 

610 

3,954 
1,512 
3,153 

2,338 
1,146 
2,290 
1,333 
629 

503 

588 

1,416 

63 

80 

295 

437 

79 
553 
430 
923 
560 

1,161 
632 

1,122 
846 

785 

1,111 

724 

818 

621 

811 

678 

2,306 

126 
62 
32 
358 
110 
122 
131 
33 

498 

260 

2,454 


31 
45 
27 
323 
53 
73 

1,051 
187 
773 

322 
218 
533 
298 

176 

95 
160 
164 
18 
37 
69 
80 

24 
92 
29 
83 
45 
51 
51 
72 
30 

84 
64 
42 
26 

42 
27 

57 
121 

11 
16 
12 
32 

7 
10 
23 

7 

40 
30 
110 


(x) 
tx) 

303 
3,879 
(x) 

850 

13,375 
2,790 
8,598 

4,467 
2,833 
7,685 
4,269 
2,396 

1,159 
2,013 
1,658 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
880 

271 

(x) 
165 
750 
427 
380 
223 

(x) 

(x) 

889 
476 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

153 
(x) 

848 

(x) 
190 
186 

(x) 
120 
201 
290 
64 

611 

588 

1,976 


(x) 
(x) 

8 
28 
(x) 

3 

99 
21 
46 

37 
21 
36 
53 

15 

7 
16 
15 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
3 

2 

(x) 
1 
6 
4 
6 
2 

(x) 

(x) 

7 
6 

(x) 

(x) 

(x)^ 
'-'l5 

tx) 
1 
1 

(x) 
2 
2 
5 
1 

12 
9 
21 


(x) 
(x) 

(x)" 

\i" 

(x) 
(X)" 

(x)" 
(x) 

(x)" 
(x) 

(x) 
(x)" 

(x) 


44 
30 
22 
ISO 
34 
64 

514 
135 
490 

316 
183 
319 
171 
126 

77 
107 
146 
21 
19 
46 
88 

18 
64 
9 
74 
51 
79 
49 
82 
33 

93 
60 
75 
41 

37 
34 
64 
154 

18 
15 

8 
31 

7 
12 
24 

1 

20 
26 
101 


730 

549 

379 

3,886 

779 
1,580 

10,867 
3,365 
9,395 

6,819 
3,282 
7;661 
3,758 

2,740 

1,749 

1,875 

2,323 

393 

329 

804 

1,719 

399 
1,279 
159 
1,120 
930 
956 
468 
847 
445 

1,740 
734 
588 
381 

392 

345 

1,132 

2,098 

408 
451 
263 
642 

(X) 
263 
407 

(x) 

398 

744 

2,737 


65 
43 
33 

333 
80 

121 

1,099 
265 
667 

536 
286 
585 
267 
209 

138 
133 
211 
37 
32 
62 
149 

34 
114 
13 
94 
82 
100 
57 
95 
56 

158 
77 

100 
49 

57 

60 

106 

245 

36 
23 
23 
56 

(x) 
36 
47 

(x) 

47 

55 

232 


44 




30 




22 




180 


Rhode Island 


34 




64 


Middle Atlantic: 


514 




135 




490 


East North Central: 
CHuo 


316 




183 




319 




171 




126 


West North Central: 

Minnesota 


77 
107 


Mi&scun 


146 
21 


South Dakota . . 


19 




46 


Kansas 

South Atlantic: 

DcLwarc 


88 

18 
64 




9 




74 




51 




79 




49 




82 




33 




93 




60 




75 




41 


West South Central: 


37 




34 




64 




154 


Mountain : 


18 




15 




6 




31 




(x) 


Arizona 


12 


Utah 


24 


Nevada 


(x) 


Padflc: 


20 




25 


\ laiiiOrnia ><-*■■■_•••_,>,,,_,,,,>*. 


101 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3.26 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 



FUNERAL SERVICE 
Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



See footnotes at end of table. 















Establishments reporting November 15 


employment of — 








1 






2, or 3 paid employees 


4 to 7 paid employees 


8 to 19 paid employees 


20 


paid employees or more 


Geographic division and State 


Establish- 
ments 

Mumber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollurs) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(TTiousdtid 
dolUrs) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

OTuniber) 


Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
enure 
year 

(Thxmsarui 
doilarj) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousdnc 
■ dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Humhc) 


Estabhsh- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

[Thousavd 
dollars) 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

[Thousand 
dollars) 


Paid 
mployees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(Number) 


Establish 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Tliousond 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Tliousand 
dolUri) 


Paid 

employees, 

wotlcweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Total . . 


4,795 


147,086 


20,460 


11,385 


2,636 


U6,507 


29,127 


13,177 


751 


86,932 


21,830 


8,190 


108 


33,546 


10,503 


3,562 






Geographic divisions: 


359 
1,081 
1,061 
445 
661 
387 
444 
112 
245 


11,435 
36,182 
37,049 
13,834 
15,348 

8,979 
10,427 

3,823 
10,009 


1,789 
4,597 
4,869 
1,804 
2,331 
1,386 
1,679 
635 
1,370 


865 
2,557 
2,501 
1,043 
1,592 

927 
1,056 

264 

580 


196 
521 
495 
199 
459 
236 
291 
60 
179 


10,913 
31,018 
33,275 
10,964 
22,448 

9,780 
12,626 

3,589 
11,894 


2,275 
5,408 
6,576 
2,268 
4,503 
2,051 
2,717 
771 
2,558 


945 
2,559 
2,463 

986 
2,333 
1,200 
1,430 

300 

911 


35 
131 
118 

66" 
124 

78 
111 

17 

71 


3,951 
15,122 
17,272 

8,338 
13,275 

6,042 
10,869 

2,029 
10,034 


1,179 
3,640 
3,912 
2,247 
3,416 
1,501 
2,920 
517 
2,498 


407 
1,370 
1,236 

718 
1,357 

811 
1,284 

173 

834 


"24 
16 

5 
15 

7 
12 

5 
24 


11,079 
4,401 
1,597 
5,346 
1,470 
2,179 
1,247 
6,227 


3,305 

1,225 
508 

1,653 
548 
685 
386 

2,198 






994 




423 


West North Central 


151 














Mountain , 

Pacific 


141 
750 


New England : 


37 
21 
24 
173 
27 
77 

452 
179 
450 

335 
146 
313 

188 
79 

58 
104 
149 
15 
12 
35 
72 

9 
54 
18 

104 
85 

U5 
66 

115 
65 

131 
105 
67 
84 

77 

67 

33 

217 

13 
19 

6 
31 
11 
12 
19 

1 

41 
25 
179 


1,107 
631 
425 

5,533 
933 

2,806 

14,986 
6,866 
14,330 

10,951 
4,534 

11,700 
7,054 
2,810 

1,905 
3,460 
4,279 
464 
370 
1,112 
2,224 

260 
1,573 

633 
2,547 
2,562 
2,895 

968 
2,178 
1,732 

4,191 
2,231 
1,156 
1,401 

1,942 
1,134 
2,019 
5,332 

554 
796 

(x) 
876 
295 
495 
554 

(x) 

1,328 
1,464 
7,217 


186 
106 
83 
821 
117 
476 

2,146 

811 

1,640 

1,520 
650 

1,475 
855 
369 

252 
416 
600 
67 
51 
109 
309 

25 
201 

78 
350 
369 
507 
163 
352 
286 

523 
363 
223 

277 

309 
231 
328 
811 

104 
137 
(X) 
U3 
59 
71 
91 
(x) 

181 

161 

1,028 


92 
50 
55 

420 
63 

185 

1,071 

424 

1,062 

797 
349 
730 
440 
185 

131 
249 
350 
33 
28 
78 
174 

20 
131 

46 
249 
203 
349 
153 
276 
165 

315 
253 
159 
200 

184 
163 
189 
520 

33 
44 

(x) 
73 
24 
27 
47 

(x) 

92 

60 

428 


16 
7 
5 
97 
22 
49 

212 
98 
211 

147 
80 

143 
80 
45 

31 
35 
76 
4 
4 
26 
23 

8 
31 
10 
63 
51 
105 
40 
77 
74 

53 

75 
41 
67 

39 
40 
45 

167 

11 
5 
2 
16 
13 
7 
2 
4 

36 
15 
128 


713 

314 

228 

5,333 

1,304 

3,021 

13,057 
5,819 
12,142 

9,445 
5,004 
10,599 
5,321 
2,906 

1,852 
1,863 
4,038 
227 
216 
1,394 
1,374 

538 
1,746 

337 
2,686 
2,836 
4,682 
1,487 
3,604 
4,532 

3,080 
3,226 

1,313 
2,161 

1,456 
1,556 
2,009 
7,605 

662 
316 

(x) 

1,007 
560 
516 

(x) 
299 

2,008 
1,286 
8,600 


148 

64 

58 

1,123 

220 

662 

2,531 

■998 

1,879 

2,077 
955 

1,898 
979 
667 

362 
368 
920 
49 
62 
259 
248 

114 
326 
88 
511 
554 
1,.037 
309" 
766 
798 

517 
606 
338 
590 

319 

374 

479 

1,545 

119 
79 
(X) 
207 
140 
120 

(X) 

62 

568 

222 

1,768 


74 

32 

26 

474 

101 

238 

1,040 

488 

1,031 

738 
408 
686 
399 
232 

145 
163 
394 
20 
22 
127 
115 

41 
158 

46 
309 
260 
541 
202 
408 
368 

260 
376 
213 
351 

182 
207 
230 
861 

54 
23 

(x) 
83 
63 
38 

(x) 
19 

186 

78 

647 


1 
1 

18 
3 
12 

59 
36 
36 

42 
12 
39 
18 

7 

13 
6 

35 
1 
1 
4 
6 

'ii 

10 
21 
5 
13 
20 
23 
21 

11 
29 

21 

17 

15 
24 

15 
57 

2 

5 
2 

4 
3 
1 

12 
2 
57 


(x) 
(x) 

2,345 

(x) 

1,078 

7,422 
3,445 
4,255 

5,197 
(X) 

6,723 
3,011 
(x) 

1,784 
977 

4,145 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
771 

1,041 
856 
(x) 

536 
(x) 
2,090 
2,128 
2,540 

1,252 

2,226 

1,743 

321 

1,088 
1,931 
1,438 
6,412 

(x) 

476 

(x) 
635 
421 

(x) 

(x) 
(x) 
8,349 


(x) 
(x) 

687 

(X) 

355 

2,014 
694 
932 

1,256 

(x) 

1,425 

670 
(X) 

484 
182 

1,270 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
181 

306 
244 

(x) 
156 

(x) 
523 
608 
688 

277 
517 
473 
234 

304 

605 

423 

1,588 

(x) 

139 
(x) 

156 
79 
(x) 

^xi 
1,998 


(x) 
(x) 

226 
(x) 
123 

649 
360 
361 

415 
(x) 
428 
202 

(x) 

150 
69 
375 
(x) 
(X) 
(X) 
60 

105 
103 

(x) 
46 

(x) 
228 
257 
253 

117 
297 
219 

178 

157 
287 
163 
672 

(x) 

"52 

(x) 
45 
29 

(x) 

(x) 
(X) 
682 


15 
4 
5 

3 
3 
4 
5 

1 

5 

"2 

6 

2 

2 

2 

1 

3 
2 

2 

2 
5 

1 
4 

4 

"i 

3 
3 

18 


7,869 

977 

2,233 

698 
(x) 
1,811 
1,089 
(x) 

1,597 

(x)" 
1,379 
(x) 

(xi" 

(x)' 

(X) 

863 
(x) 
(x) 

(x) 

812 
(x) 
1,147 

(x)" 
(X)" 

(X) 
(x) 
4,773 


2,350 
322 
633 

220 

(x) 
408 
377 

(x) 

508 

(x)" 
644 
(x) 

(X)" 

(X)" 
(x) 

345 
(x) 
(x) 

(x) 

3U 
(x) 

321 

(x)" 
(X)" 

(x) 
(x) 
1,807 












Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 




Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvanu 

East North Central 

Ohio 


680 
105 
209 

72 




(x) 


Illinois , 


127 




121 


Wisconsin 

West North Central : 


(x) 








151 










Nebraska 








South Atlantic: 

Delaware 


(x)"" 
221 






(I) 








(x) 






Georgia 


(X) 
(x) 

125 

(X) 
(X) 

(>) 


East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

West South Central: 


Louisiana 

Oklahoma 


120 
(x) 




99 


Mountain: 




Idaho 








Colorado 


(x) 










Utah 


(x) 


Nevada 




Pacific: 

Washington 


(x) 




(x) 


California 


606 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.27 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABUSHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

GtNERAL AlTOMOBILi; RKPMR SHOI>S 
ESTABUSBMSMTI, RsCSICTS, PaT RoIX, ANS PsRSONNEL 





Total 


Establishments repoitiiig November 15 employment of^ 




No paid employee 


1 paid employee 




Enab- 

Mi- 
menta 

(Xumber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Duusdnd 
MUn) 


Ply roll, 
entire 
year 

(TtouMTui 
dolUri) 


Paid 

employees.- 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. )5 

(\umber) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(>!umbeT) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollors) 


Pay roll, 
enure 
year 

(Thousand 
dolbrs) 


Paid 

employees. 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

{Humbcr) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(NMmhcr) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thoujatid 
dolUrj) 


Paid 

employees. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Total 


60,li7 


839,466 


158,640 


71,341 


31,556 


182,637 


2,217 




13,705 


166,172 


24,960 


13,705 


Geoinphlc dWltlont: 


3,541 
10,210 
10,409 
7,263 
7,643 
3,836 
7,424 
2,452 
7,369 


55,337 
160,999 
148,656 
85,089 
98,774 
41,851 
81,576 
34,137 
133,047 


9,704 
30,585 
28,919 
12,966 
21,530 

7,882 
15,693 

5,854 
25,507 


4,605 
13,019 
12,003 
6,405 
11,230 
4,547 
7,973 
2,605 
8,954 


1,584 
5,408 
5,677 
4,184 
3,568 
1,921 
3,929 
1,308 
3,977 


10,032 
34,133 
34,880 
24,443 
15,179 

7,800 
16,188 

8,018 
31,964 


114 
335 
387 
318 
167 
123 
207 
133 
433 


. . . 


941 
2,240 
2,308 
1,727 
1,733 

883 
1,696 

572 
1,605 


12,194 
30,610 
29,535 
20,422 
15,809 

7,485 
16,372 

7,522 
26,223 


1,703 
4,203 
4,459 
2,888 
2,598 
1,193 
2,801 
1,105 
4,010 


941 




2,240 




2,308 


W«t Nf»th Central 


1,727 




1,733 




883 




1,696 




572 


P»a6c 


1,605 


New Entland : 


499 
319 
242 
1,4U 
269 
798 

3,997 
1,784 
4,429 

3,003 
1,690 
2,554 
1,973 
1,189 

1,292 

1,409 

1,957 

263 

280 

868 

1,194 

134 
929 
131 

1,165 
528 

1,449 
820 

1,394 

1,093 

1,068 

1,061 

1,077 

630 

854 

831 

1,426 

4,313 

293 
290 
UO 
694 
340 
330 
309 
86 

1,185 

885 

5,299 


6,012 
4,314 
2,784 

23,873 
3,413 

14,941 

76,1U 
28,263 
56,622 

37,509 
19,659 
45,678 
28,977 
16,833 

17,898 
16,668 
22,282 
2,362 
2,717 
10,413 
12,749 

1,663 
13,085 

3,631 
17,315 

6,207 
15,871 

8,917 
15,761 
16,324 

12,732 
11,816 
10,968 
6,335 

6,376 
11,336 
13,374 
50,490 

4,368 
3,401 
1,374 
10,361 
4,302 
4,430 
4,282 
1,619 

18,373 
15,226 
99,448 


909 
705 
395 

4,582 
561 

2,552 

16,415 
4,870 
9,300 

7,361 
3,029 
10,485 
5,719 
2,325 

2,746 
2,460 
3,834 
217 
3U 
1,435 
1,960 

332 
2,183 
1,199 
3,690 
1,278 
3,722 
1,895 
3,467 
3,764 

2,207 
2,242 
2,040 
1,393 

1,176 
2,369 
2,575 
9,573 

662 
452 
187 
1,842 
798 
782 
789 
342 

3,025 
2,906 
19,576 


472 
359 
212 

2,111 
269 

1,182 

6,217 
2,031 
4,771 

3,270 
1,459 
3,867 
2,265 

1,U2 

1,261 
1,196 
1,938 
138 
193 
743 
936 

151 
1,074 

454 
1,934 

703 
2,146 
1,133 
1,921 
1,714 

1,223 
1,290 
1,254 

780 

741 
1,230 
1,307 
4,695 

264 
205 
87 
897 
374 
317 
352 
109 

1,134 
1,072 
6,748 


261 
146 
132 
601 
145 
299 

2,109 

947 

2,352 

1,674 

1,013 

1,300 

1,074 

616 

735 
808 
1,105 
161 
157 
497 
721 

61 
489 

40 
485 
274 
659 
387 
642 
531 

541 
551 
536 
293 

490 

382 

783 

2,274 

171 
175 

62 
344 
167 
180 
170 

39 

668 

488 

2,821 


1,288 
808 
761 

3,780 
828 

2,567 

14,316 
6,338 
13,479 

9,152 
6,002 
8,261 
7,047 
4,418 

5,040 
5,096 
5,352 
1,004 
892 
3,141 
3,918 

272 
2,876 

254 
2,109 
1,272 
2,371 
1,361 
2,181 
2,483 

2,230 

2,242 

2,333 

995 

1,515 

1,546 

2,959 

10,168 

1,175 
1,053 

438 
2,108 

888 
1,109 

928 

319 

5,175 

3,451 

23,338 


11 
8 

11 

45 
9 

30 

144 

62 

129 

106 
58 
87 
92 
44 

87 
64 
30 
4 
10 
31 
42 

4 
23 

3 
20 

7 
19 

9 
46 
36 

17 
33 
52 

21 

12 
20 
37 
138 

• 
17 
17 
9 
35 
14 
13 
17 
11 

83 

35 

315 


... 


135 
89 
66 

374 
64 

213 

813 

410 

1,017 

637 
353 
587 
412 
319 

302 
347 
437 
79 
84 
211 
267 

42 
193 

20 
273 
126 
329 
176 
334 
240 

255 

227 . 

245 

156 

202 
208 
353 
933 

68 
71 
29 
158 
95 
72 
54 
25 

267 

182 
1,156 


1,719 
1,153 

800 
4,637 

835 
3,050 

12,074 
5,865 
12,671 

7,738 
4,204 
7,694 
5,457 
4,442 

4,004 
4,274 
4,634 
770 
900 
2,683 
3,157 

522 
2,476 

276 
2,778 
1,118 
2,339 
1,409 
2,471 
2,420 

2,616 
1,977 
1,784 
1,108 

1,449 
2,046 
3,088 
9,789 

1,111 

1,034 

373 

1,953 

1,030 

903 

697 

421 

4,578 
2,771 
18,874 


230 
161 

107 
681 
128 
396 

1,651 

799 

1,753 

1,190 
642 

1,184 
867 
576 

508 
619 
686 
121 
131 
381 
442 

70 
345 

44 
409 
183 
447 
253 
439 
408 

377 
306 
320 
190 

274 

305 

579 

1,643 

146 
135 

48 
291 
155 
U9 
113 

68 

664 

411 

2,935 


135 




89 




66 




374 




64 




213 


Middle Atlantic: 

New York 


813 




410 




1,017 


East North Central: 
Ohio 


637 




353 


Illinois 


587 
412 


Wisconsin 

West North Central: 


319 
302 




347 




437 




79 




84 




211 


KarvBff 


267 


South Atlantic: 


•■ 




42 




193 




20 




273 




126 
329 




176 




334 




240 




;:: 


255 


Tamesaee 


227 


Akbama 


245 




156 


West South Central: 


202 




208 


Oklalvma 


353 




933 


Mountain: 


68 




■- 




71 




29 




158 




95 




72 


Utah 


54 


Ncvatfa 


25 


Wathmp/H) , . 




267 


Oregon 


182 


^ IT iDT 1 tlil 




J 


1,156 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3.28 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 

GLNERAL MTOMOBILE REPAIR SHOPS 
ESTABLISHMEN-re, RECEIPTS. PAY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

1 948 — Continued 



Geogiaphic division and State 



Establishments reporting November 15 employment of— 



2 paid employees 



Receipts, Ply roll. 
Establish- entire 'Jntire 



IHumber) 



(Thousand 
dollaTs) 



(Thousand 
dottaTs) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



3 paid employees 



Estabbsh- 
ments 



iHumbcT) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollaTs) 



Pay roll. |cmployees, 
entire workweek 



year 



(Thousand 
' dollars) 



ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 



4 to 7 paid employees 



Establish- 
ments 



(J^umbtr) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollaTs) 



entire 
year 



(Thousand 
dollar J ) 



! Paid 

Payroll, employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



8 paid employees or more 



Establish 
ments 



(J^umber) 



Recapts. 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dolLiri) 



Paid 

Pay roll, cmplbyeea, 
workweek 



cntue 
year 

(Thotudml 
dollarj) 



ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

{fjumber) 



Total 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlannc 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Central 
Mountain 
PadSc 



New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut . , . 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York . 

New Jersey 
Pennsylvania 

East North Central 
Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Central : 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct of Columbia 
Virginia , 

West Virginia 
North Carolina 
South Carolina 
Georgia 
Flonda 

East South Central ; 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

. Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain : 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming. . . . 

Colorado 

New Mexico . 

Azizonp 

Utah 

Nevada 

Pacl6c: 

Washington. . 

Oregon 

Calitomia .... 



6,334 



26.248 13,668 



3,312 



9,936 



148,427 



40,522 



17,845 



1,136 



44,500 



461 
1,175 
1,135 
686 
952 
511 
878 
276 
760 



51 
39 
19 

200 
25 

127 

436 
208 
531 



336 
176 
262 
205 
156 



118 

200 
14 
20 
87 

105 



19 
104 

22 
159 

56 
170 
106 
182 
124 



135 
136 
151 



100 
161 
529 

24 
24 
10 
90 
40 
45 
39 



115 
93 
552 



9,263 
24,450 
22,649 
13,201 
U,259 

7,669 
14,577 

5,653 
18,243 



1,745 
4,522 
4,601 
2,530 
3,135 
1,573 
3,113 
1,172 
3,857 



922 
2,350 
2,270 
1,372 
1,904 
1,022 
1,756 

552 
1,520 



246 
563 
488 
303 
535 
225 
422 
123 
402 



373 
3,876 

514 
2,808 



9,763 
4,344 
10,343 



6,156 
3,440 
5,325 
4,139 
3,589 



2,409 
2,769 
3,516 
297 
379 
1,920 
1,911 

288 
2,213 

452 
2,530 

777 
2,067 
1,439 
2,451 
2,042 



2,281 
2,081 
2,112 
1,195 



1,165 
1,499 
2,446 
9,467 



650 
483 
252 
1,668 
719 
978 
805 
98 



2,818 
2,268 
13,157 



180 
146 
69 

771 
101 
473 

1,799 

846 

1,877 

1,388 
677 

1,113 
352 
571 



443 
514 
753 
54 
57 
300 
409 



65 
421 
105 
508 
174 
500 
316 
570 
476 



447 
413 
424 
289 



273 

319 

563 

1,958 



111 
98 
52 
350 
157 
2U 
168 
22 



587 

468 

2,802 



102 
78 
38 

400 
50 

254 



872 

416 

1,062 

672 
352 
524 

410 
312 



236 

284 
400 
28 
40 
174 
210 



38 
228 

44 
318 
112 
340 
212 
364 
248 



270 
272 
302 
178 



176 

200 

322 

1,058 



48 
48 
20 
180 



230 
186 

1,104 



7,336 
16,149 
12,932 
8,093 
11,901 
5,031 
9,992 
3,528 
12,876 



28 

21 
11 
85 
19 
32 

260 

82 

221 



134 
115 
45 



54 
15 

100 
21 

106 
64 
98 
70 



39 

58 

58 

267 



58 

48 

296 



780 
557 

(x) 

2,595 

(x) 

2,728 



8,471 
2,225 
5,453 



3,093 
1,685 
4,004 
2,930 
1,220 



1,604 

1,632 

2,201 

215 

294 

846 

1,301 

(x) 
1,442 
410 
2,335 
(x) 
1,957 
1,217 
2,096 
1,713 



1,553 

1,460 

1,170 

848 



748 
1,353 
1,200 
6,691 



636 
361 
125 
846 
472 
448 
432 
208 



1,921 
1,411 
9,544 



1,520 
3,514 
3,169 
1,753 
2,799 
1,099 
2,356 
352 
3,131 



733 
1,689 
1,464 

909 
1,605 

675 
1,266 

334 
1,206 



253 
584 
593 
295 
661 
234 
397 
136 
451 



10,475 
■25,870 
25,316 
11,627 
22,786 
8,474 
15,046 
6,016 
22,817 



2,717 
6,967 
7,235 
3,043 
6,224 
2,125 
4,129 
1,433 
6,549 



1,248 
2,947 
2,897 
1,479 
3,240 
1,167 
1,952 
672 
2,243 



56 
240 
208 

68 
194 

62 
102 

32 
174 



6,037 

29,787 

23,344 

7,303 

18,840 

5,392 

9,401 

3,400 

20,924 



1,905 
11,044 
9,018 
2,434 
6,607 
1,769 
3,087 
1,109 
7,527 



146 

117 
(x) 

538 
(x) 

547 



1,825 

439 

1,200 



765 
408 
940 
797 
259 



335 
350 
496 
21 
65 
186 
30O 



(x) 
280 
110 
504 

(x) 
494 
304 
516 
424 



294 
283 
285 
232 



188 
323 
315 
,530 

128 
79 
24 
213 
105 
126 
112 
65 



445 

359 

2,327 



84 
63 
(x) 

255 
(x) 
246 



780 
246 
663 



372 
210 
402 
345 
135 



171 
174 
255 
15 
36 
111 
U7 



(x) 
162 
45 
300 

(x) 
313 
192 
294 
210 



186 
189 
168 
132 



117 

174 
174 
801 

48 
39 
12 
111 
54 
54 
45 
21 



174 
144 



21 
13 

124 
12 
64 



227 
108 
249 



172 
62 
183 
136 

40 



61 

43 

106 

4 

7 

29 

45 



59 

21 
117 

38 
153 

67 
104 

99 



57 
257 



61 

52 

338 



315 

714 
514 

5,150 
566 

2,716 

10,819 
4,961 
10,090 



6,475 
2,452 
8,257 
6,254 
1,873 



2,769 
1,605 
4,254 
76 
252 
1,045 
1,626 



131 
2,440 

607 
4,559 
1,176 
4,479 
1,952 
3,408 
4,034 



2,497 
2,112 
2,511 
1,354 



940 
2,203 
2,344 
9,559 



525 
(x) 
(x) 
2,111 

692 

541 
1,142 

573 



2,712 
2,655 
17,450 



204 
202 
133 
1,350 
132 
696 



2,937 
1,339 
2,691 



1,996 

680 

2,328 

1,846 

435 



701 

420 

1,108 

17 

51 

234 

462 



44 
610 
197 

1,170 
346 

1,299 
567 
930 

1,061 

534 
598 
642 

351 



256 

565 

649 

2,659 

130 

(x) 

(x) 
480 
182 
127 
298 
176 



317 

741 

4,991 



93 
102 

66 
615 

61 
311 



1,145 

524 

1,278 

840 
293 
878 
686 

200 



313 
2U 
555 
16 
33 
139 
209 



288 
96 
583 
186 
744 
321 
504 
501 



289 
314 
371 
193 



140 

274 

283 

1,255 



59 

(x) 

(x) 

250 

31 

45 

141 

55 



299 

256 

1,688 



152 
29 



16 
22 
136 



522 
278 

(x) 

3,335 

(x) 

1,072 



20,671 
4,530 
4,586 



4,895 
1,876 
12,137 
3,150 
1,286 



2,072 
1,292 
2,325 



778 
836 



(x) 

1,638 

1,632 

3,004 

(x) 

2,658 

1,539 

3,154 

3,632 



1,555 

1,944 

1,058 

835 



559 
2,689 

1,337 
4,816 



271 

(x) 

(x) 

1,675 
501 
451 
278 



1,169 
2,670 
17,085 



138 

71 

M 

1,197 
(X) 
405 



8,059 
1,335 
1,650 



1,916 

564 

4,333 

1,265 

440 



672 
493 
711 



253 

305 



(x) 
504 
740 

1,079 

(x) 
963 
446 
966 

1,359 



538 
604 
317 
310 



173 

837 

432 

1,645 



130 

(x) 

(x) 

473 

185 

153 

81 



429 

892 

6,206 



756 
3,793 
3,064 

918 
2,748 

800 
1,X3 

425 
2,380 



58 
27 
(x) 

467 
(x) 
158 



2,607 
435 
751 



749 
251 
1,476 
412 
176 



239 

177 
291 



108 
103 



(x) 
203 
249 
460 

(x) 
415 
232 
425 
515 



223 
288 

168 
121 



106 
374 
175 
648 



41 

(x) 

(x) 
198 
64 
56 
34 



164 

304 

1,912 



See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.29 



Tabic 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DINQSION AND STATE; 1948— Continued 

PHOT(K,K M'HK >TlDIOS l\t COMMI Rl 1 \l- I'MllTlKiR M'HV 
EsTABUSBMBNTs, RECEIPTS, Pay Roll, and Personnel 





Toul 


Esublishments reporting November 15 employment of^ 




No paid employee 


1 paid employee 


Geognphic division and Sace 


Enab- 
Jiah- 
ments 

(\umlier) 


Recapta. 
entixe 
year 

doUdrs) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 


Paia 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(>(umfaer) 


Estalv 
lish- 
ments 

;>Jumber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(T)iouj<itid 
dollar.) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

Mumbe,) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Xumber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dolluri) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dolUrs) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Nismhc,) 


Toul 


U,712 


212,025 


57,870 


27,609 


7,322 


32,607 


592 




2,698 


25,149 


4,019 


2,698 


G«oftr«phlc diTlsloDi: 

New EngUnd > 

Middle Atlantic .;..... 


967 
3,569 
2,997 
1,*59 
1,446 

648 
1,298 

568 
1,760 


12,031 
60,098 
49,040 
21,501 
17,058 

7,063 
14,291 

6,263 
24,680 


2,924 
18,143 
14,008 
6,051 
4,389 
1,621 
3,128 
1,175 
6,431 


1,597 
7,055 
6,420 
3,127 
2,386 
1,113 
2,077 
745 
3,089 


502 
1,906 
1,384 
689 
696 
283 
635 
312 
915 


2,018 
9,045 
6,588 
3,106 
2,942 
931 
2,278 
1,504 
4,195 


40 
122 
157 
38 
68 
16 
33 
26 
92 




178 
617 
535 
267 
286 
143 
263 
102 
307 


1,488 
6,325 
5,381 
2,353 
2,307 
1,040 
2,100 
940 
3,215 


250 
1,043 
840 
342 
379 
169 
329 
130 
537 


178 
617 




535 








286 






West South Cential 


263 






p^a£c 


307 






New Enftland : 


98 
62 
48 

445 
78 

236 

2,125 
501 
943 

737 
392 
957 
555 
356 

323 

273 
360 
61 
64 
148 
230 

22 
136 
lOO 
187 
127 
253 
114 
220 
287 

160 
213 
172 
103 

135 

144 
232 
787 

72 
62 
35 
170 
53 
75 
81 
20 

271 

153 

1,336 


860 

502 

388 

6,417 

1,079 

2,785 

41,243 
5,665 
13,190 

11,224 
4,867 

19,172 
8,859 
4,918 

6,514 
4,141 
4,835 
881 
880 
2,267 
1,983 

266 
1,623 
2,519 
2,545 
1,203 
2,677 
1,018 
2,313 
2,894 

1,572 
2,696 
1,7U 
1,031 

962 
1,799 
2,275 
9,255 

840 
514 
535 
2,010 
510 
943 
719 
192 

3,686 
2,702 
18,292 


161 
110 
63 
1,654 
240 
696 

13,556 
1,199 
3,388 

2,801 
1,128 
6,499 
2,461 
1,119 

2,371 
1,309 
1,252 
167 
154 
449 
349 

73 
378 
993 
707 
253 
680 
231 
506 
568 

304 
657 
415 
245 

188 

379 

454 

2,107 

100 
89 
85 

380 
94 

278 

130 
19 

960 

703 

4,768 


114 
64 
44 
887 
116 
372 

4,690 

592 

1,773 

1,416 

657 

2,570 

1,209 

568 

1,009 
639 
701 
100 
107 
294 
277 

45 
186 
368 
368 
170 
415 
145 
337 
352 

206 
403 

287 
217 

154 

256 

349 

1,318 

77 
53 
63 
237 
61 
135 
106 
13 

566 

343 

2,180 


47 

36 

29 

229 

32 
129 

1,132 
280 
494 

331 
188 
444 
250 

171 

149 
126 
178 
30 
28 
56 
122 

8 
74 
43 
80 
63 

121 
59 
94 

154 

81 
81 
71 
50 

77 
65 
130 
363 

37 
36 
19 
96 
31 
38 
42 
13 

102 
70 
743 


184 
U2 

91 
970 
129 
502 

5,489 
1,379 
2,177 

1,458 

799 

2,253 

1,109 
969 

766 
568 
730 
132 
110 
344 
456 

44 
310 
289 
385 
240 
497 
202 
296 
679 

341 
259 
178 
153 

239 

246 

449 

1,344 

162 
171 
113 
470 
146 
188 
157 
97 

472 

276 

3,447 


2 

5 
2 

13 
4 

14 

70 
22 
30 

45 
6 
55 

40 
11 

12 
■7 
9 
(^) 
1 
5 
4 

1 
13 
16 
8 
2 
10 
2 
3 
13 

4 
8 
2 
2 

2 

4 

5 

22 

2 
3 
1 
10 
1 
8 
1 

16 

3 

73 


•■• 


21 
12 
8 
78 
24 
35 

359 
106 
152 

118 
60 

183 
99 
75 

53 
47 
58 
6 
15 
33 
55 

4 
23 
15 
39 
25 
52 
23 
55 
50 

36 
52 
32 

23 

20 
25 
39 

179 

15 

13 
8 

30 
7 

11 

14 
4 

63 

25 

219 


155 
(x) 
M 

637 
199 
348 

3,804 
1,022 
1,499 

1,095 
■ 616 
1,926 

961 
783 

479 
430 
489 
48 
139 
341 
427 

38 
218 
165 
302 

(x) 
377 

(x) 
402 
472 

282 
374 
196 
188 

(x) 
(x) 

290 
1,513 

171 
123 

79 
271 

72 

84 
100 

40 

653 

291 

2,271 


21 

(x) 

(x) 
114 
37 
57 

641 
168 
234 

182 
97 
318 
134 
109 

67 
65 
86 
7 
21 
39 
57 

8 
33 
37 
52 

(x) 
71 

(X) 
61 
59 

41 
59 
38 
31 

(x) 
(x) 
45 
241 

20 
17 
13 

37 
10 
13 
14 
6 

101 

32 

404 


21 




(x) 




Cx) 




78 


Rhode Island 


24 


Connecbcut 

Middle AUantlc: 

New York 


35 
359 




106 




152 


East North Central : 
C^o 


118 


Indiana 


60 




183 




99 




75 


Weat North Cenml : 


53 




47 




58 








15 


Nfhn^t:. 






55 




4 




23 




15 




39 




(x) 




52 




(x) 




55 


Flonoa 


50 


East South Central : 


36 




52 




32 






West South Central: 


(x) 




(x) 








179 


Mountain: 


15 


Idjho 


13 




8 


Colorado' 


30 




7 




11 


Utah 


14 


Nevada 


4 


Pacific: 


63 


Otcboo" 


25 




219 







See footnotes at end of table. 



3.30 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

i'hot(x;raphic studios (inc commercial photography 1 

Establishments. Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Establishments reporting November 15 employment of — 



2 or 3 paid employees 



Geographic division and State 



j Receipts. ' Pay roll. 
Establish- entire entire 
ments , ?<=>"■ : V^r 



(Number) 



{Thousand 
dollaTs) 



{Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

iH^mber) 



4 to 7 paid employees 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
' dollars) 



po| 



8 to 19 paid employees 



Paid 
iployees. 
workweek Establish- 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(>tumiier) 



(J^jumber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 



(Thousand (Thousand 
dollars) dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 



Paid 
miployees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(Number) 



20 paid employees or more 



EstabUsh 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid 

Pay roll, ^employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



entire 
year 

(Tliousand 
dollars) 



Total 



2,650 



10,816 



6,321 



7,023 



4S7 



12,505 



5,57i 



U6 



5,989 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central . - 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Central 
Mountain 
Pacific 

New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic; 

New York 
New Jersey 
Pennsylvania 



East North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Ipwa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic; 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia . 

Virginia 

West Virginia ../... 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain : 

Montana 
Idaho 

Wyoming - . 
Colorado 
New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Ulllh 

Nevada 



Pacific: 

Washington . 

Oregon 

California. . . 



173 
590 
596 
272 
270 
128 
232 



351 
70 
169 



163 
Si 
165 
117 
67 

58 
61 
62 
13 
16 



21 

30 

36 

U5 



35 
209 



2,6A8 
11,328 
10,036 
i,353 
3,953 
1,796 
3,338 
1,377 
5,614 



622 

2,937 

2,445 

922 

986 

432 

777 

301 

1,394 



250 
128 
143 
.,250 
230 
647 



7,374 
1,135 
2,819 

2,671 
1,294 
2,972 
1,978 
1,121 



1,022 
859 
984 
262 
243 
606 
377 



68 
355 
466 
565 
298 
725 
230 
530 
716 



417 
675 
452 

252 



223 

411 

480 

2,224 



249 
101 

(x) 
360 
164 
265 
160 

(x) 

877 

701 

4,036 



58 
29 
30 

295 
53 

157 



1,968 
309 
660 



646 
263 
711 
529 
296 



218 
191 
219 
51 
45 
118 



19 

96 
111 
127 

80 
188 

62 
129 
174 

100 
159 

115 
58 



111 
120 
491 



(x) 



(x) 



242 

151 
1,001 



395 
1,415 
1,445 
654 
638 
310 
547 
207 
710 



43 
22 
21 

185 
29 
95 

846 
165 
404 



389 
199 
406 
285 
166 



136 
147 
154 

30 
37 
82 
68 



10 

52 

48 

89 

47 

128 

42 

101 

121 

70 
104 
90 
46 



51 
68 
90 
338 



(x) 



51 
24 
38 
34 
(x) 

139 

85 

486 



76 
285 
318 
162 
146 

72 
135 

53 
162 



163 
37 
85 



33 

15 
114 



2,526 
11, 110 
10,961 
4,975 
4,040 
1,975 
4,207 
1,398 
5,623 



(x) 
107 

(x) 

1,164 
227 
844 



7,053 
1,434 
2,623 



3,186 
1,317 

3,570 

2,038 

850 



1,285 

632 

1,365 

(x) 

(x) 
606 
514 



116 
458 
410 
660 
374 
439 
329 
451 
803 



332 
876 
627 

140 



345 

640 

657 

2,565 



(x) 

119 
94 

452 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
4,207 



743 
5,030 
3,288 
1,348 
1,229 

558 
1,109 

429 
1,645 



(x) 

41 

(x) 

355 

70 

224 



3,864 
397 
769 



878 
395 
1,131 
640 
244 



370 
195 
387 

(x) 

(x) 
143 
135 



45 
117 
124 
218 
113 
147 

99 
148 
218 

84 
242 
187 

45 



96 

156 
155 
702 

(x) 
43 
26 
140 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
(x) 
1,219 



375 
1,421 
1,596 
822 
727 
X8 
696 
257 
781 



29 
125 
128 
54 
41 



(x) 

20 
(x) 
180 
27 
110 



819 
185 
417 



438 
233 
495 
290 
140 

209 
121 
223 
(x) 
(x) 
95 
99 



156 
114 
26 



105 
428 



(x) 
19 
19 
86 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 



(x) 
(X) 
543 



1,899 
10,157 
8,681 
2,990 
2,455 
(x) 
1,126 
(x) 
3,311 



662 
4,008 
3,483 
1,144 

949 
(X) 

385 
(x) 
1,388 



320 
1,436 
1,498 

590 

465 
(x) 

269 
(x) 

676 



1,452 
12,133 
7,393 
3,724 
1,361 
(x) 
1,242 
(x) 
2,722 



607 
5,003 
3,795 
2,257 

778 
(x) 

495 
(x) 
1,375 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

294 
(x) 



7,720 

(x) 

(X) 



2,406 

(x) 

3,181 

1,749 

(x) 



888 
564 
(x) 

(x) 
(x) 

(X) 

209 



282 
470 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
634 
224 



200 
(x) 

261 
(x) 



(x) 

247 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(x)" 
457 
(x) 

(x)" 



763 

369 

2,179 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

7 
(x) 



3,217 

(x) 

(x) 



884 
(x) 
1,414 

610 
(x) 



361 
205 
(x) 

(x) 

(X) 

(x) 
73 



119 
247 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
165 
104 



(x) 

7 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(x)" 
114 
(X) 

(x)" 



298 
124 
966 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

3' 
(X) 



1,043 
(x) . 
(x) 



393 

(x) 
541 
307 

(x) 



157 
104 

(X) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
55 



(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
87 
63 



(x) 
5 

(x) 



4i 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(X)' 

7i 
(x) 

(x)' 



180 

72 

424 



9.803 

(x) 

(x) 



408 
(x) 
5,270 
1,024 
(X) 



2,074 
1,088 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x)' 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x)' 



(x) 
(x) 
2,152 



3,796 

(x) 

(x) 



166 
(x) 
2,370 

508 
(x) 



1,343 
646 
(x) 



(x) 



458 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x)' 



(x) 
(X) 
(X) 



(x) 
(x)' 



(x) 
(x) 
1,105 



329 
2,166 
1,346 

794 

270 
(x) 

302 
(x) 

615 



(x) 
(x)' 



1,623 

(x) 

(x) 



78 

(x) 
945 
22S 

(x) 



454 
220 
(x) 



(x) 



159 
(x) 



(X) 



(x) 
(x)' 



(x) 
(X) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x)' 



(x) 
(x) 
508 



See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.31 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE; 1948— Continued 

I'ciW 1 R I -AUNDRII S 

ESTABUSHUBNTS, ReCBIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PeKSONNEL 



Geographic division and Sate 



Tool 



Eaub- 
Juh- 
menta 



Otumber) 



Receipte, 
entire 
year 

(ThotudTtd 
dollari) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
doUars) 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Establishments reporting November 15 employment of— 



No paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(>tuTnber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousimd 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollari) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(/dumber) 



I to i paid employees 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(>tumber) 



Receipts, 

enure 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollari) 



"Fsa — 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Total 



Geographic dlvlsiont: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central . 
West North Central. 
South AtlanDc 
East South Central . . . 
Wen South Central. . 

Mountain 

Piciic 



New England : 

Maine , , 

New Hampshire. 

Vermont 

Massachusetts. . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 



Eaat North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

lUinois 

Michi^n 

Wisconsin 



Weat North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

Nocth Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina ..... 

South Carolina 

CSeorna 

Flonda 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



Weat South Central: 

Arbnsas 

Tyiai^wJf^S _ . 

Okhhoma 

Texas 



Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming .... 

Colorado 

New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 



Pacific: 

Washington. 

Cahfomia. . . 



703 
1,201 
1,126 
54A 
976 
434 
763 
299 
737 



54 
48 

17 
358 
76 

150 



660 
269 
272 

275 
139 
367 
213 
132 



97 
80 
174 
14 
26 



7 
92 
36 

144 

32 

223 

100 
182 
160 



111 
124 
116 
83 



81 
92 

109 
481 



913,036 



501,646 



272,495 



1,666 



62,838 
208,422 
186,434 
63,619 
135,957 
53,304 
73,768 
31,637 
97.057 



35,088 
116,924 
100,249 
34,056 
74,975 
28,297 
39,022 
17,240 
55,795 



18,655 
55,636 
47,941 
20,066 
48,877 
20,349 
27,315 
9,855 
23,801 



296 
389 
202 

99 
108 

19 
191 
116 
246 



115 
37 
31 
27 
4 
47 
32 



764 
1,310 
813 
417 
380 
144 
456 
149 
897 



2,978 

3,144 

979 

34,308 
6,420 

15,009 



111,691 
45,548 
51,183 



33,239 
22,634 
76,795 
33,443 
15,323 



12,751 
8,911 

24,560 
1,316 
1,724 
5,406 
8,951 



1,122 
19,464 
14,253 
19,289 

6,117 
23,353 

9,948 
21,248 
21,163 



14,420 
19,369 
12,545 
6,970 



6,604 
10,882 

9,682 
46,600 



3,382 
3,406 
1,858 
9,334 
3,817 
5,098 
2,498 
2,244 

17,001 
10,675 
69,381 



1,645 
1,652 
549 
19,533 
3,501 
8,208 



62,864 
25,905 
28,155 



20,509 
11,102 
43,006 
17,745 
7,887 



7,003 
4,784 
13,280 
461 
927 
2,862 
4,739 



585 
10,974 

8,313 
10,511 

3,655 
12,544 

5,306 
11,377 
11,710 



7,760 

10,115 

6,689 

3,733 



3,399 

5,693 

5,332 

24,598 



1,832 
1,832 
940 
5,196 
1,929 
2,873 
1,485 
1,153 



9,787 

5,737 

40,271 



1,009 

985 

355 

10,427 

1,723 

4,156 



28,449 
11,953 
15,229 



10,593 

6,500 
18,560 
8,312 
3,976 



3,588 
2,612 
8,207 
405 
540 
1,571 
3,143 



421 
6,032 
3,918 
6,993 
2,093 
9,4i2 
4,250 
8,508 
7,220 



4,878 
7,100 
5,249 
3,122 



2,590 
4,388 
3,509 
16,828 



970 

995 

581 

3,069 

1,232 

1,538 

816 

604 

3,984 

2,547 
17,270 



164 
21 
57 



237 

102 

50 






(x)' 

8 
M 



M 
M 

(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

38 
(x) 

131 



(x) 

(x) 
43 
13 

(x) 

(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
138 



(x) 
(x) 

(z) 



(x) 

(x)' 

2 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
1 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(x) 



(x) 
(x)' 

(x)' 



M 

(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x)' 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

50 

(x) 

410 

93 

158 



773 
424 

113 

273 
73 
153 
191 
123 



72 
109 
95 

51 
33 



4 
53 



1,420 



223 
330 
199 
117 

133 
43 

127 
38 

205 



(x) 

11 
(x) 
135 
27 
33 



185 
123 
22 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(x) 

100 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
13 
6 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 

181 



967 



130 
173 
162 
101 
73 
59 
101 
39 
129 



(x) 

1 
(x) 



55 

20 
31 



106 
47 
20 



42 
11 
35 
49 
25 



15 
15 
27 

12 
11 
21 



(X) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



7 
16 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(X) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



M 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

M 

114 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3.32 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 



I'Ott I R LAUNDRIES 
Establishments. RECftPTs, Pay Roll, and Personnel 





Establishments reporting November 15 employment of — 






4 to 7 paid employees 




8 to 19 paid employees 


20 to 49 paid employees 


50 paid employees or more 










Paid 






F^d 








Paid 


1 




Piid 


Geographic division and Suce 




Receipts, 


Piy roll. 


employees 




Receipts. 


Pay roll, employees 




Receipts. 


Pay roll, 


Employees, 


1 Receipts. 


Pay roll. 


employees. 




Estabhsh- 


entue 


entire 


workweek 


Establish- 


entire 


entire workweek 


Establish- 


entire 


entire 


workweek 


Establish . =>""■£ 


entire 


workweek 




ments 


year 


year 


ended 
nearest 


ments 


year 


y<^' ended 
; nearest 


ments 


year 


year 


ended 
neatest 


ments ! year 


year 


ended 
nearest 






(Thousand 


(TllOUMTld 


Nov. 15 




(TTiousanr 


{Thousanc 


Nov. 15 




(Tliousiltui 


(Thoiwanc 


Nov. 15 


(Tliousimd 


(TTioujand 


Nov. 15 




(Number) 


dollurs) 


dollars) 


(T^iurtifcer) 


(Number) 


dollars) 


■ dollars) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


JolUrs) 


dollars) 


(Number) 


(Number) dollars) 


dolbri) 


(Number) 


Total 


636. 


13,660 


4,773 


3,519 


1,517 


65,887 


30,313 


19,999 


2,247 


229,463 


123,443 


73,369 


1,741 


597,030 


341,279 


174,641 






Geographic divisions: 


































New England 


88 


2,103 


725 


473 


189 


7,672 


3,865 


2,453 


259 


26,278 


15,187 


3,286 


86 


25,725 


15,009 


7,313 


Middle Atlantic 


101 


2,805 


931 


559 


259 


13,835 


6,042 


3,435 


398 


47,504 


26,292 


13,502 


332 


142,579 


83,214 


37,967 


East North Central - , 


103 


1,972 


718 


531 


266 


12,350 


5,613 


3,iM 


316 


37,833 


20,153 


10,332 


324 


133,264 


73,519 


33,376 


West Notth Centtal 


56 


1,201 


375 


310 


121 


4,735 


2,155 


1,599 


153 


14,820 


7,921 


4,937 


148 


42,347 


23,457 


13,069 


South Atlantic 


63 


1,051 


385 


364 


156 


5,889 


2,662 


2,155 


361 


30,259 


15,209 


11,856 


343 


98,270 


56,559 


34,429 


East South Central - . 


33 


417 


150 


178 


67 


1,997 


861 


884 


167 


U,475 


6,779 


5,403 


137 


37,252 


20,460 


13,825 


West South Central . - 


69 


1,259 


453 


404 


175 


5,794 


2,624 


2,327 


274 


22,654 


11,511 


8,772 


170 


43,414 


24,260 


15,711 


Mountain 


31 


663 


240 


167 


72 


2,995 


1,362 


894 


103 


10,380 


5,389 


3,250 


60 


17,334 


10,179 


5,505 


PaciEc 


87 


2,189 


801 


433 


212 


10,620 


5,124 


2,812 


216 


26,260 


15,002 


6,931 


136 


56,345 


34,622 


13,446 


New England : 




















^^== 








1 






Maine 


i 


57 


30 


23 


23 


977 


508 


323 


16 


1,205 


705 


446 


2 


(x) 


Cx) 


Cx) 


New Hampshire - - 


i 


77 


33 


25 


16 


571 


263 


196 


18 


1,879 


1,022 


543 


3 


557 


322 


209 


Vermont 


3 


35 


29 


19 


4 


139 


70 


56 


5 


452 


263 


161 


2 


Cx) 


M 


Cx) 


Massachusetts . . 


50 


1,151 


410 


270 


82 


3,163 


1,619 


1,018 


137 


13,399 


7,860 


4,444 


59 


16,021 


9,466 


4,640 


Rhode Island - . 


3 


176 


69 


41 


27 


1,112 


529 


342 


22 


2,256 


1,296 


695 


6 


2,762 


1,579 


625 


Connecticut 


19 


557 


154 


95 


37 


1,710 


376 


518 


61 


7,087 


4,041 


1,997 


14 


5,440 


3,080 


1,515 


Middle Atlantic: 


































New York, 


60 


1,855 


601 


336 


152 


8,574 


■ 3,635 


2,000 


212 


27,309 


15,083 


7,337 


169 


72,943 


43,300 


18,670 


New Jersey 


19 


547 


133 


105 


59 


3,006 


1,451 


763 


102 


11,567 


6,693 


3,419 


62 


29,902 


17,413 


7,624 


Pennsylvania 


22 


403 


147 


118 


48 


2,255 


956 


672 


84 


8,628 


4,516 


2,746 


101 


39,734 


22,496 


U,673 


East North Central 


































Ohio ■ 


37 


564 


207 


189 


60 


2,776 


1,237 


761 


76 


9,072 


4,735 


2,559 


73 


25,501 


14,260 


7,042 


Indiana . , . 


10 


211 


77 


57 


29 


1,150 


549 


376 


45 


4,247 


2,289 


1,363 


45 


16,914 


8,153 


4,693 


Illinois ... 


21 


537 


183 


124 


82 


4,201 


1,960 


1,069 


109 


14,235 


7,940 


3,694 


132 


57,645 


32,886 


U,638 


Michigan ... 


22 


348 


140 


lis 


61 


2,731 


1,176 


768 


48 


5,511 


2,848 


1,489 


51 


24,606 


13,521 


5,888 


Wisconsin 


13 


312 


m 


93 


34 


1,492 


696 


466 


33 


4,768 


2,346 


1,277 


23 


8,598 


4,699 


2,U5 


West North Central: 


































Minnesota . . . 


8 


205 


60 


47 


24 


983 


435 


311 


23 


2,937 


1,633 


862 


26 


3,544 


4,854 


2,353 


Iowa 


8 


222 


68 


45 


13 


628 


263 


223 


25 


2,801 


1,556 


892 


19 


5,103 


2,841 


1,437 


Missouri 


21 


432 


127 


113 


29 


350 


420 


373 


43 


4,217 


2,261 


1,493 


64 


13,948 


10,445 


6,201 


North Dakota 


1 


(x) 


Cx) 


Cx) 


6 

7 


Cx) 
336 


Cx) 
162 


Cx) 
103 

(vl 


4 
4 
14 
35 


434 

361 

1,052 

3,018 


197 

201 

549 

1,524 


129 

140 

398 

1,073 


3 

4 

11 

21 


627 

892 

3,544 

4,639 


153 

521 

2,007 

2,636 


195 

268 

987 

1,627 


South Dakota 


3 


(xl 


(k^ 


fx^ 


Nebraska 




115 
135 


36 

54 


31 
52 


10 
27 


Kansas 


9 


1,047 


txj 
510 


(x) 

370 


South Atlantic: 


































Delaware 


1 


(x) 


(x) 


Cx) 


2 


Cx) 


Cx) 


Cx) 


1 


Cx) 


Cx) 


Cx) 


3 


980 


518 


366 


Maryland 


2 
2 

7 


(x) 
. (X) 
102 


Cx) 
(x) 
38 


Cx) 
Cx) 

40 


20 

7 

24 


1,120 
336 
(x) 


471 
138 
Cx) 


291 
94 
Cx) 


24 

4 

49 


2,123 

Cx) 

4,317 


1,058 

Cx) 

2,219 


711 
Cx) 
1,646 


44 
22 
56 


16,187 
13,332 
14,070 


9,432 
7,392 
7,873 


5,015 


District of Columbia 


3,694 


Virginu 


4,957 


West Virginia 


2 
20 

7 


M 
225 

67 
. 151 


(x) 
99 
26 
49 


Cx) 
112 
26 
44 


5 
29 
14 
29 


283 
956 
412 
996 


155 
428 
171 
435 


74 
374 
189 
392 


10 
93 
44 
78 


1,107 
7,031 
3,730 
6,443 


600 
3,650 
1,838 
3,001 


400 
3,008 
1,492 
2,597 


13 
71 

55 


4,630 
15,028 

5,592 
13,543 


2,884 
6,348 
3,166 
7,861 


1,606 


North Carolina 


5,931 


South Carolina 


2,536 


Georgia 


5,459 


Florida 


18 


313 


118 


102 


26 


956 


465 


377 


58 


4,929 


2,556 


1,866 


50 


14,903 


3,565 


4,665 


East South Central : 


































Kentucky 


7 


115 


44 


36 


12 


655 


224 


151 


46 


4,051 


2,102 


1,520 


36 


9,554 


5,374 


3,154 


Tennessee 


9 


125 


40 


49 


13 


418 


139 


238 


49 


3,760 


1,346 


1,526 


43 


15,021 


8,028 


5,275 


Alabama 


8 


70 


24 


42 


25 


661 


312 


340 


37 


3,085 


1,520 


1,235 


37 


3,680 


4,819 


3,611 


Mississippi . 


9 


107 


42 


51 


12 


263 


136 


155 


35 


2,579 


1,311 


1,122 


21 


3,997 


2,239 


1,785 


West South Central: 


































, Arkansas 


6 


161 


36 


33 


22 


761 


358 


291 


36 


2,701 


1,342 


1,103 


12 


2,947 


1,656 


1,159 


Louisiana 


8 


128 


49 


43 


19 


468 


245 


239 


32 


2,731 


1,308 


1,054 


24 


7,486 


4,063 


3,044 


Oklahoma 


13 


173 


73 


71 


21 


733 


313 


283 


49 


4,222 


2,285 


1,530 


17 


4,492 


2,643 


1,559 


Texas . 


42 


792 


290 


257 


lU 


3,832 


1,708 


1,509 


157 


13,000 


6,576 


5,035 


117 


28,489 


15,896 


9,949 


Mountain: 


































Monuna 


5 


(x) 


(x) 


Cx) 


9 


350 


169 


117 


11 


1,098 


589 


336 


7 


1,779 


1,021 


487 


Idaho , . 


5 


110 


38 


25 


6 


289 


143 


78 


13 


1,415 


762 


427 


6 


1,583 


869 


463 


Wyoming 


3 


83 


32 


17 


11 


358 


156 


114 


8 


913 


442 


262 


3 


465 


293 


183 


Colorado 


9 


131 


53 


46 


14 


686 


289 


201 


30 


2,526 


1,361 


884 


18 


5,907 


3,465 


1,926 


New Mexico 


2 


(x) 


(x) 


Cx) 


7 


302 


120 


93 


13 


1,250 


578 


393 


8 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


Arizona 


i 


'90 


'35 


24 


9 
10 


384 
400 


153 
207 


93 
128 


13 

4 


1,333 
528 


685 
284 


423 
156 


8 
8 


3,352 
1,431 


2,028 
955 


1,016 


Utah 


505 


Neva<& 


3 


59 


19 


15 


6 


226 


125 


70 


11 


1,317 


688 


369 


2 


Cx) 


(x) 


Cx) 


Pacific. 


































Washington 


6 


145 


54 


32 


23 


1,038 


514 


288 


34 


3,954 


2,357 


1,054 


28 


11,722 


6,847 


2,601 


Oregon 

Caluomia 


8 


171 


63 


44 


19 


1,032 


490 


271 


31 


3,721 


2,082 


981 


12 


5,692 


3,092 


1,245 


73 


1,873 


684 


407 


170 


8,550 


4,120 


2,253 


151 


18,585 


10,563 


4,896 


96 


39,431 


24,683 


9,600 







See footnote.': at tmd of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.33 



Tabic 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE; 1948— Continued 

PRr SSING. ALTI.RATION. CjARMI-NT R|:|'\IR SHOPS 
ESTABUSBUBNTS, RECEIPTS, PaY RolL, AND PERSONNEL 





Total 




Establishmentu reporting November IS 


employment of— 






No paid employee 




1 paid 


anployee 




Geognphic division and State 


Eaab- 
Jjjh- 
menta 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thoufund 
dolUri) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dolUri) 


Pad. 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousaml 
doll<irs) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousdnd 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

irest 

-lov. 15 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Recapts, 
entire 
year 

(Tbousond 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Tliousand 
dollars) 


Piid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Total 


»7,S83 


365,661 


67,704 


41,39) 


23,570 


115,555 


341 




'1,899 


78,216 


13,273 


9,399 


Geographic dtvUloni: 


4,168 
19,247 
9,941 
2,238 
3,291 

960 
1.186 

6 84 
6,123 


23,531 

142,126 

82,073 

16,538 

22,964 

6,102 

3,891 

4,832 

53,504 


4,729 

25,147 

14,402 

3,241 

4,876 

1,478 

2,584 

895 

10,352 


3,039 
15,079 
9,258 
2,226 
3,514 
1,178 
1,804 
606 
5,187 


2,806 

11,757 

5,763 

1,379 

1,742 

462 

550 

415 

3,696 


10,434 

45,941 

24,997 

4,829 

5,924 

1,332 

1,616 

1,776 

18,706 


54 

248 

181 

31 

57 

13 

19 

25 

213 




701 

4,178 

2,052 

426 

747 

198 

239 

132 

1,226 


5,578 

32,608 

16,721 

3,168 

5,109 

1,079 

1,489 

1,003 

11,461 


883 

5,663 

2,536 

517 

905 

206 

305 

164 

2,089 


701 




4,178 




2,052 


Wm( North Central '. 


426 




747 




198 




239 




132 


Pjdfic 


1,226 


New England : 


86 
83 
39 

2,416 
489 

1,055 

10,932 
3,403 
4,912 

2,795 

635 

4,137 

1,835 

539 

461 

216 

1,187 

25 

34 

128 

237 

116 
868 
552 
234 
245 
209 
78 
352 
637 

379 

309 
174 
98 

87 
223 
231 
645 

59 

48 

17 

289 

26 

103 

117 

25 

537 

327 

5,259 


437 

432 

225 

16,461 

2,701 

8,275 

86,317 
23,658 
32,151 

22,056 
4,850 
34,966 
16,134 
4,067 

3,444 

1,563 

3,552 

184 

409 

904 

1,532 

768 
5,876 
5,374 
1,432 
1,675 
1,545 

442 
2,036 
3,316 

2,725 

1,919 

972 

486 

441 
1,513 
2,383 
4,554 

406 
544 
98 
1,951 
139 
645 
855 
244 

4,579 

2,394 

46,531 


54 
56 
61 

2,707 
390 

1,461 

16,604 
3,526 

5,017 

4,302 

366 

5,544 

2,945 

745 

598 
302 
1,641 
39 
95 
198 
368 

147 
1,151 
1,374 
290 
371 
446 
124 
560 
413 

548 
527 
259 
144 

131 

499 

725 

1,229 

92 
126 

15 
280 

41 
140 
128 

73 

845 

420 

9,087 


47 
46 
44 
1,749 
257 
896 

9,307 
2,227 
3,545 

2,756 

627 

3,437 

1,938 

500 

405 

221 

1,100 

42 

59 

138 

261 

96 
812 
819 
266 
273 
345 
108 
477 
313 

397 
421 
226 

134 

110 
375 
461 
353 

60 
87 
13 
206 
27 
85 
93 
37 

441 

264 

4,482 


61 

59 

25 

1,616 

365 

680 

6,272 
2,276 
3,209 

1,577 
378 

2,538 
939 
331 

293 

126 

733 

9 

13 

76 

129 

72 
444 
212 
125 
114 
100 

40 
160 
475 

195 
146 
82 
39 

42 
115 

84 
309 

37 
17 
8 
191 
13 
63 
71 
15 

318 

191 

3,187 


237 

205 

67 

5,852 

1,230 

2,843 

24,590 
9,622 
11,729 

6,382 
1,541 
11,616 
4,196 
1,262 

1,162 

408 

2,575 

31 

30 

237 

386 

247 

1,621 

958 

337 

402 

243 

95 

407 

1,614 

668 

377 

223 

64 

86 
253 
298 
974 

130 
63 
30 

902 
32 

194 

355 
70 

1,514 

833 

16,359 


1 
(:=) 

2 
34 

7 
10 

140 
40 
68 

45 
19 
58 
50 
9 

13 
2 
14 
M 

1 
1 

1 
11 
22 

4 
2 

5 
12 

9 
2 
2 

1 
3 
(^) 
15 

1 
1 

(z) 
5 

(.z) 
10 
7 
1 

18 

3 

187 


•■• 


11 

13 

6 

422 

66 
183 

2,685 
605 
838 

610 
128 
735 
430 
99 

83 
34 
224 
7 
6 
24 
48 

21 
242 
152 
46 
64 
31 
15 
85 
91 

30 
70 
30 
18 

13 
42 
55 
129 

10 
14 

6 
48 

5 
19 
27 

3 

115 
66 

1,045 


72 
73 
22 

3,309 
554 

1,548 

21,263 
4,730 
6,615 

4,563 
1,038 
6,932 
3,417 

771 

675 

238 

1,595 

68 

68 

196 

278 

133 

1,596 

1,315 

247 

433 

141 

45 

386 

808 

531 
324 
124 

100 

57 
229 
315 
388 

36 
125 

27 
339 

33 
123 
239 

31 

1,036 

513 

9,907 


13 

14 

6 

526 
34 

240 

3,868 

781 

1,019 

770 
148 
980 
537 
101 

100 
39 

270 
•7 
12 
35 
54 

21 
294 
215 

50 
75 
40 
15 
78 
117 

97 
68 
24 

17 

13 

59 

64 

169 

10 
17 

5 
57 

8 
28 
33 

6 

176 

93 

1,815 


11 




13 




6 




422 




66 


Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic: 


183 
2,635 




605 




833 


East North Central: 

Qkio 


610 




128 




735 




430 


Wisconsin 

Viett North Central: 


99 
83 




34 




224 


North Dakota 






6 




24 




43 


South Atlantic; 


21 




242 




152 




46 




64 


North Carolina 


31 




15 


Ofifvia , , , 


35 




91 




80 




70 




30 




18 


West South Central: 


13 




42 


rwhh/^> 


55 


TfT^tif 


129 


Mountain: 


10 


Idaho 


14 


Wy^me 


6 


Ccioiado" 


48 


NewMenco 


5 




19 


Utah 


27 


Nevada 


3 




115 


Ongoo 


66 


CaU^rnia 


1,045 







See footnotes s*, end of table. 



3.34 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

PRn.<SING, ALTERATION, GARMENT REPAIR SHOPS 
ESTABUSKMENTS, RECEIPTS. PaY RoLL. AND PERSONNEL 



Gcognphic division and State 



Total 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
N4iddlc Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central - 
West South Central 

Mountain 

Paoic 



New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts- . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut . , 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 



East North Central 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illtnois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Central : 

Minnesota 

Iowa 
Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct of Columbia. 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Flonda 



East South Central: 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 



Weat South Central: 

Arkansas ... 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain: 

Montana . . . 
Idaho . . . 
Wyoming .... 
Colorado . . . . 
New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevatfl 



Pacific: 

Waahington. 
Oregon . . . . 
California. . . 



Establishmenti reporting November 15 employment of— 



2 paid employees 



EscabUsh- 
ments 



(dumber) 



(Thousand 
dolIdTs) 



4,749 



324 

1,829 

1,089 

222 

359 

138 

141 

60 

587 



Receipts, F^y roll, 
entire entu-e 
year i year 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



58,235 



5 

3 

182 

36 



1,066 
310 
453 



295 

60 

446 

235 

53 



31 

30 
114 
4 
10 
S 
25 



55 

38 

494 



3,998 
22,994 
13,844 
2,279 
3,500 
1,187 
1,381 
651 
8,401 



45 
53 
15 

2,284 
438 

1,163 



13,727 
3,949 
5,318 



3,623 

698 

6,052 

2,865 

606 



319 

281 

1,205 

21 
146 

82 
225 



155 
937 
981 
278 
305 
305 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



14,140 



946 

5,540 

3,093 

574 

861 

319 

394 

161 

2,232 



3 paid employees 



9,498 



648 

3,658 

2,178 

444 

718 

276 

282 

120 

1,174 



191 
302 



604 
316 
165 
102 



98 
154 
340 
789 



X) 
(x) 
(x) 
291 
31 
96 
117 
(x) 



727 
492 
,182 



14 

11 

4 

527 

103 

287 



3,468 

926 

1,146 



814 
159 
1,324 
648 
148 



81 
69 
305 
7 
27 
20 
65 



36 
224 
246 
58 
77 
70 
20 
71 



140 
99 
42 
38 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



206 

131 

1,895 



12 
10 
6 

364 
72 

184 



2,132 
620 
906 



590 
120 
892 
470 
106 



62 

60 

228 

8 

20 

16 



28 
186 
166 
68 
60 
58 
18 
64 
70 



108 
78 
46 
44 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(») 



110 
76 
988 



Estabbsh- 
ments 



(H^mbrr) 



150 

749 

454 

96 

210 

73 

93 

29 

283 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



2,577 
13,448 
7,631 
1,479 
2,669 
836 
1,075 
421 
5,056 



Pay roll, Employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



10,346 



471 
109 
169 



140 
29 
154 
109 
22 



19 
245 



83 

b:) 

(x) 

1,564 
189 
676 



8,803 
1,921 
2,724 



2,347 

325 

2,868 

1,701 

390 



319 
160 
769 

(x) 

Cx) 

(x) 

(x) 



66 
521 
852 
138 
230 
242 

51 
323 
246 



362 

183 

198 

93 



70 
171 
331 
503 



(x) 
99 

(x) 
137 

(x) 
76 
61 



(x) 

266 
(x) 



703 

3,821 

2,069 

425 

855 

271 

403 

129 

1,670 



26 

(x) 

(x) 

406 

58 

193 



2,568 
528 
725 



632 
93 

769 
475 
100' 



83 

50 

212 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 



13 
177 
239 
41 
81 
76 
22 
128 
78 



100 
68 
72 
31 



115 
208 



(x) 

2 
(x) 

4 
(x) 



6,4U 



450 

2,247 

1,362 

288 

630 

219 

279 

87 

849 



4 to 7 paid employees 



Establish- 
ments 



(.Humtxr) 



144 
581 
479 
133 
186 
81 
136 



(x) 

7 
(x) 



24 
(x) 
(x) 
255 
36 
117 



1,413 
327 

507 



420 

87 

462 

327 

66 



60 

27 

141 

(x) 

(x) 

(X) 

(X) 



12 

129 

132 

39 

66 

66 

18 

111 

57 



21 
42 
69 

147 



(x) 

1 

(x)' 



(x) 

5 
(x) 



Receipts, 
enure 
year 

(Thousand 
dollgTs) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



51,449 



3,890 
15,864 
12,927 
3,032 
3,954 
1,388 
2,348 
801 
7,245 



Paid 
Employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(Number) 



1,231 
5,398 
4,048 
1,049 
1,424 

541 
1,011 

307 
2,770 



344 
82 
155 



140 
30 
181 
104 
24 



28 

13 

239 



(x) 

(x) 

2,394 

(x) 

1,236 



9,805 
2,083 
3,976 



3,414 

665 

5,694 

2,588 

566 



733 
270 

1,289 

(x) 

(x) 
279 
401 



(x) 

983 
1,232 

197 
(x) 

290 
97 

581 

273 



456 
543 
262 
127 



130 

349 

656 

1,213 

91 
141 

282 
(x) 

156 
(x) 
69 



808 

285 

6,152 



(x) 
(x) 

749 
(x) 

396 



3,467 

723 

1,208 



1,208 
223 

1,633 
815 
169 



230 
92 

4A7 
(x) 
(x) 

104 

157 



(x) 

332 

423 

77 

(x) 

122 

39 

214 

99 



163 

201 

119 

58 



58 
154 
277 
522 

40 
42 

106 
(x) 

54 
(x) 

33 



280 

107 

2,383 



10,144 



716 

2,808 

2,394 

656 

916 

396 

688 

204 

1,366 



(x) 
(x) 

452 
(x) 

208 



1,660 
388 
760 



700 
156 
924 
498 
116 



136 

58 

268 

(x) 

(x) 

74 

102 



(x) 

194 

243 

57 

(x) 

94 

27 

158 

69 



104 
160 
90 
42 



46 
114 
164 
364 



(x) 

3 
(x) 



142 
65 

1,159 



8 paid employees or more 



Estabbsh 
ments 



(Number) 



43 
153 
104 

32 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



2,054 

U,271 

5,953 

1,801 

1,808 

280 

982 

230 

2,635 



(X) 
1,058 
(x) 
809 



8,129 
1,353 
1,789 



1,727 

583 

1,804 

1,367 

472 



236 
156 

1,U9 

(x) 
X) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
218 
536 
235 

(x) 
324 
108 
148 
73 



104 
176 



352 
443 
187 



Paid 

Pay roll, employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



entire 
year 

(Tluusand 
dollars) 



912 

4,472 

2,475 

645 

754 

128 

452 

109 

1,378 



(x) 
(x)" 



(X) 

465 
(x) 

335 



3,093 
528 
851 



833 
224 

780 
420 
218 



91 

50 

393 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
lU 
229 
64 
(x) 
136 
28 
64 
28 



174 
189 
89 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x)" 



See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.35 



Tabic 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS. BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

SI I.I-SI R\ K.f L\l NDRII S 
EsTAflUSHMBNTS, ReCBIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Gcognphic division ind State 



Total 



Emb- 
Jiah- 

menta 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
yen 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid. 

employees, 

worltweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(fjumher) 



Eatablishmente reporting November IS employment of— 



No paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(>tumbff) 



Recapts, 

entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thouidnd 
dollari) 



onployees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(^jumber) 



1 paid employee 



Estab' 
ments 



(Number) 



Reccipta, 
entire 
year 

(TfiouMnd 
dollart) 



Pay roll, 
entire 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



K3 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(>;umber) 



Ton) 



Geographic diTlaloot: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic . . . 
East North Central. . 
West North Central. 
South Atlantic . . 

East South Central. . . 
West South Cenoal. . 

Mountain 

PidSc 



New England : 

Maine . 

New Hampshire. 

Vermont 

Massachusetts. . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut . . . 



Middle AtUnric: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Peniuylvania .... 



Eaat North Central: 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michipn 

Wisconsin 



Weat North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic; 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Caroliru 



Georeia. 

Florida. . 



Eaat South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Miaaisaippi 



Weat South Central: 

Arkansas 



OUabcoa. 
Teiaa 



Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyonins. . . . 

Coknila 

New Meiico. 

Ahaona 

Utah 

Nevada 



Padflc: 

Washington. 



8,523 



335 

1,350 
650 
455 

1,120 
447 

2,740 
438 



20 
9 
4 
202 
37 
63 



929 
242 
179 



119 
122 
22S 
130 
51 



53 
37 
167 

5 

17 

30 

146 

10 

73 

22 

91 

22 

202 

127 

249 

324 



61 
143 
153 

90 



742 
1,759 



10 
19 
15 
104 
163 
106 



63 

74 

851 



11,975 



10,379 



2,642 
15,005 
6,789 
3,052 
9,372 
3,119 
14,109 
2,716 
8.605 



510 
2,728 
1,303 

527 
2,000 

633 
2,766 

445 
1,063 



420 
1,867 
1,104 

493 
1,677 

641 
2,945 

423 

809 



116 
476 
209 
223 
375 
158 
1,338 
241 
588 



560 
3,246 

1,030 
654 

1,413 
488 

3,678 
816 

3,015 



79 
344 
151 

95 
302 
118 
652 

90 
185 



113 

72 

36 

1,593 

295 

533 



11,088 
2,529 
1,383 



1,137 
1,332 
2,699 
1,187 
434 



513 
365 
1,234 
36 
115 
199 
590 



77 

594 

626 

712 

144 

1,493 

769 

1,933 

3,024 



412 
1,197 
1,023 

487 



600 

641 

3,155 

9,713 



53 
94 
67 

627 
1,059 

643 
73 
95 



439 

582 

7,584 



315 
57 
93 



2,043 
475 
210 



254 
258 
518 

192 
81 



54 
223 

7 
20 



121 
114 
173 
35 
320 
161 
407 
661 



83 
226 
224 

100 

114 
145 
542 
,965 



6 
13 
15 
88 
201 
84 
33 
5 



31 
76 
956 



19 
11 
10 
266 
38 
76 



1,326 
329 
212 



218 
234 
392 
168 
92 



81 
49 
210 
8 
13 
33 
99 



116 
84 
139 
37 
275 
151 
357 
510 



85 
209 
219 
123 



126 

154 

627 

2,038 



18 
15 
77 
207 
75 
17 
6 



602 
3,559 
1,121 

552 
1,856 

589 
2,989 

565 
1,830 



323 

77 
76 

37 
31 
69 
55 



73 
49 
35 
111 



79 

29 

406 

824 



67 
75 
66 
4 
9 

43 
47 
498 



(x) 

U) 

303 
84 
136 



2,371 
490 
385 



196 
121 
418 
239 
56 



85 

65 

244 

U) 

M 

23 

196 

(x) 

80 
(x) 
101 
23 
240 
191 
302 
459 



75 
181 
155 

77 



193 

74 

1,061 

2,350 



22 

244 

249 

223 

3 

42 



237 

209 

2,569 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(z) 



(x) 
(x) 
(z) 



(x) 
(x) 



M 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x)' 



239 
62 



46 
22 

175 
409 



12 

14 

159 



x) 
(x) 
(x) 
342 
70 
143 



2,653 
600 
306 



152 
191 
475 
223 



85 
83 
179 
(x) 
(x) 
60 
109 



37 

129 

(x) 

118 

43 

(x) 

202 

436 

569 



67 
295 
145 

32 

189 

90 

666 

2,044 

Cx) 



126 
197 
148 

(x)" 



89 
462 
138 

82 
292 

95 
548 

85 
220 



tx) 
(x) 
(x) 



340 
83 
39 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
19 
8 

(x) 
40 
68 
34 



37 
18 
131 
362 



(x) 



(x) 



2,016 



79 
344 
151 

95 
302 
118 
652 

90 
185 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



47 
10 
13 



239 
62 
43 



21 
31 
57 
29 
13 



13 
9 
33 



(x) 
(x) 



10 
25 



(x) 



(x) 



42 
73 



17 
42 
39 
20 

46 
22 

175 
409 



(x) 



35 
24 



(x) 



12 
14 
159 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3.36 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE; 1948— Continued 

SI I.FSLRMCI. LAI NDRIl> 
Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 















Establishments reporting November 15 


employment of^ 
















2 paid employees 




3 paid employees 




4 to 7 paic 


employees 




8 


laid employees or more 


Geographic division and State 


Estabhsh- 
ments 


Receipts, 
enure 
year 

(Thousand 
dolUfs) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousund 
dolUrs) 


Paid 

employees 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 


Estabbsh- 
ments 

(Aiumber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Tdousand 
dolUrs) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

{Thousanc 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

Wuraber) 


Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Tliousiind 
dollars) 


Piud 

anployees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(Number) 


Esublish 
ments 

(Number! 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(TTiousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(TTiouiand 
dollari) 


Paid 

employois. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Total 


1,429 


14,109 


3,160 


2,858 


721 


9,612 


2,521 


2,163 


582 


10,715 


3,377 


2,736 


51 


2.410 


750 


606 






Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 


99 
301 
123 

68 
215 

79 
361 

56 
127 


910 
3,653 
1,370 

694 
2,024 

646 
2,586 

543 
1,683 


225 
828 
263 
146 
491 
146 
631 
103 
327 


198 
602 
246 
136 
430 
158 
722 
112 
254 


25 
136 
82 
40 
104 
47 
214 
23 
50 


318 
2,283 
1,155 

556 
1,387 

556 
2,222 

278 

857 


96 
629 
249 
134 
375 
132 
621 

83 
202 


75 
408 
246 
120 
312 
141 
642 

69 
150 


16 
85 
76 
28 

117 
42 

160 
24 
34 


252 
1,761 
1,739 
Cx) 
2,184 

704 
2,360 
Cx) 

730 


93 
589 
498 

Cx) 
696 
208 
816 

Cx) 
195 


68 
384 
365 

Cx) 
545 
195 
786 

Cx) 
153 


8 
9 

1 
7 
3 
15 
4 
4 


503 
374 

Cx) 
508 
136 
274 

Cx) 
490 


198 
147 
Cx) 
129 
46 
97 
Cx) 
90 


129 
96 
Cx) 
88 




29 


West South Central 


143 


Mountain 

Paafic- 


Cx) 
67 


New England : 


4 

1 
69 

7 
U 

197 
63 

il 

24 
25 
43 
24 
7 

12 

5 
29 

4 
18 

1 
21 

6 
28 

2 
34 
20 
47 
56 

10 
28 
28 
13 

11 

16 

89 

245 

2 

3 
3 
9 
30 
7 

2 

3 
9 

115 


(x) 

29 
(x) 
643 
64 
131 

2,536 
743 
374 

228 
257 
566 
259 

60 

170 
52 
300 

'34 
138 

(x) 
197 
64 
219 

(x) 
329 
167 
461 
564 

82 
242 
250 

72 

65 
176 
628 

1,717 

tx) 

68 
286 

100 

(x)" 

32 

141 

1,510 


(x) 

8 

(x) 

156 

19 

31 

587 

161 
80 

55 
50 
102 
44 
12 

41 
8 
57 

'ii 

29 

(x) 

51 

12 

55 

(x) 

88 

44 

100 

133 

18 
55 
57 
16 

22 

28 

143 

438 

(x) 

(x) 

(X) 
16 
59 
15 

(x)" 

3 
26 
298 


(x) 

8 

(x) 

138 

14 

28 

394 
126 
82 

48 
50 
86 
48 
14 

24 
10 
58 

"s 

36 

(x) 
42 
12 
56 

(x) 
68 
40 
94 
112 

20 
56 
56 
26 

22 

32 

178 

490 

(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

18 
60 

14 

(x)" 

6 

18 
230 


2 

1 
16 
2 
4 

99 

28 
9 

20 
17 
27 
13 
5 

8 
4 
13 
1 
3 
5 
6 

1 
U 
5 
8 
1 
16 
8 
16 
38 

7 
14 
16 
10 

7 
10 
42 

155 

1 

"2 

7 
9 
4 

4 

1 

45 


(x) 

(x)" 
208 
(x) 

26 

1,712 
458 
113 

222 
270 
386 
192 

85 

100 
72 

(x) 

(x) 
53 
82 

(x) 

(x) 

108 
69 

108 
(x) 

253 
(x) 

208 

518 

83 
158 
183 
132 

60 

122 

378 

1,662 

(x) 

Cxi" 
95 
99 
60 

(x) 
(x) 
764 


(x) 

(x)" 
66 

Cx) 
10 

. 467 
129 
33 

57 
50 
82 
48 

12 

23 
12 

(x) 

(x) 
16 
21 

(x) 

(x) 
29 
17 
39 

(x) 
63 

(x) 
58 
134 

15 

40 
47 

30 

15 

31 

115 

460 

(x) 

(x)" 
33 
25 
15 

(x) 

(X) 

188 


(x) 

(x)" 
48 

(x) 
12 

297 
84 
27 

60 
51 
81 
39 
15 

24 
12 

(x) 

(X) 
9 
15 

(x) 

Cx) 
33 
15 
24 

Cx) 
48 

(x) 
48 
114 

21 
42 

48 
30 

21 

30 

126 

465 

Cx) 

Cx)- 
21 
27 
12 

Cx) 
Cx) 
135 


1 
8 
2 
5 

65 
11 
9 

16 
15 
29 
8 
8 

5 

4 
14 
1 

4 

"5 

7 
9 
5 
17 
7 
26 
41 

6 
12 
14 
10 

8 

8 

30 

114 

1 

4 
10 
5 
4 

1 
3 
30 


Cx)" 
97 
Cx) 

97 

Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 

Cx) 
395 
698 

Cx) 

Cx) 

73 
93 
291 
Cx) 

Cx)" 

"m 

193 
166 
51 
295 
88 
Cx) 
Cx) 

105 
Cx) 
Cx) 

124 

93 
133 
422 

1,712 

Cx) ■ ■ 

'94 
Cx) 
117 
70 

Cx) 
Cx) 
615 


Cx)"' 
35 

Cx) 
35 

Cx) 

Cx) 
98 
203 

17 
28 
82 
Cx) 

Cx)" 

"27 
39 
58 
16 
87 
37 

Cx) 

Cx) 

33 
Cx) 
Cx) 

37 

39 
47 
141 
589 

Cx)" 

'21 
Cx) 
31 
33 

Cx) 
Cx) 
166 


... 

Cx)" 
33 

Cx) 
23 

Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 

Cx) 
76 
135 
Cx) 
Cx) 

20 
18 
68 
Cx) 

Cx)" 

'24 

34 
38 
23 
79 
32 

Cx) 

Cx) 

27 
Cx) 
Cx) 

52 

37 
38 
148 
563 

Cx)" 

"21 
Cx) 
25 

17 

ix5 
135 


6 

1 
1 

1 
3 
3 

1 
1 

1 

1 

"2 

1 
2 

1 

' 2 
1 

"3 

'12 

4 

4 


Cx) 
Ixi 

Cx) 
98 
156 
Cx) 
Cx) 

Cx)" 

Cx)" 

Cxi" 
Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 

Cxi" 
Cx) 

'46 
228 


Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 

Cx) 

39 
73 

Cx) 

Cx) 

Cxi" 
Cxi" 

Cxi" 

Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 

Cx) ' ■ 

Cx) 

'20 

'77 

... 

Cx) 

'96 












Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic; 

New York 


Cx) 




Cx) 
26 




East North Central r 

Ohio 




33 


Michigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota . . - 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas .... 

South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Distnct of Columbia 


Cx) 
Cx) 

Cxi" 
Cx)" 


West Virginia 






Cx) 


South Carolma 

Georgia . . , 

Florida 

East South Central : 

Kentucky 


Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 

Cx)" 




Cx) 






West South Central: 






32 


Oklahoma 


• . . 




Ill 


Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 


Cx 










Colorado 






Cx) 


Arizona 

Utah 




Neva<& 




Pacl6c; 


490 








CaliFomia 


67 











See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.37 



Tabic 3C— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

^HOI Rl l'\IU SHOPS 
ESTABUSHMBNTS. RECEIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PbKSONNEL 



Geographic divHsion and State 



Toul 



Geographic dlvialont: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic . . . 
East North Central. . 
West North Central. 
South Atlantic 
East South Central . . . 
West Sooth Central. . 

Mountain 

Paafic 



New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire. 

Vermont 

Massachusetts . . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey , 

Pennsylvama. . , . 



East North Central. 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Centnl: 

Minneaota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North C^ota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 



Eaat South Central : 

Kentucky . . - 

Tomesaee 

Akfaama 

MisBiasippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Ir fn iiffiana 

OUahcma 

Texas 



Mountain : 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wycming 

Colondo 

New Mexioo. 

Aiinxu 

Utah 

Nevada 



Padflc; 

Wadhingtoo. 



Total 



Eaab- 

Jiah- 
ments 



(Homber) 



39,763 



3,322 
12,060 
7,721 
3,648 
3,868 
1,839 
2, in 

1,066 
3,522 



184 
163 
76 
1,805 
312 
782 



6,315 
2,049 
3,696 



2,019 

861 

2,500 

1,512 

829 



677 
595 
1,181 
134 
136 
383 
542 



83 
610 
221 
545 
359 
651 
301 
556 
542 

471 
538 
520 
310 



326 

471 

546 

l,37i 



129 
113 

53 
344 
U3 
139 
147 

28 



563 

360 

2,599 



Receipts, 
entire 



(Thoujdml 
dollarri 



202,176 



14,176 
51,883 
39,061 
17,419 
24,705 
10,362 
15,136 
6,583 
22,851 



784 

716 

340 

7,590 

1,156 

3,588 



28,131 
8,482 
15,270 

10,382 
4,762 

12,622 
7,210 
4,085 



3,488 
3,116 
5,401 
536 
642 
1,726 
2,510 



474 
3,363 
2,085 
3,570 
2,042 
4,319 
1,954 
3,501 
3,397 



2,496 
3,589 
2,952 
1,325 



1,549 
2,444 
2,642 
8,501 



712 
727 
340 
2,007 
770 
799 
997 
231 



3,913 
2,104 
16,834 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollarj) 



1,862 
7,004 
6,161 
2,270 
5,490 
1,998 
2,697 
1,080 
4,149 



92 

76 

49 

1,073 

124 

448 



4,005 
1,138 
1,861 



2,002 
786 

1,879 
945 
549 



483 
392 

776 

53 

71 

207 

288 



100 
655 
583 
754 
407 
1,033 
463 
808 
687 



447 
757 
567 
227 



227 

412 

412 

1,646 



103 
50 
352 
144 
129 
167 
38 



739 

319 

3,091 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



19,191 



1,187 
3,948 
3,478 
1,516 
3,423 
1,475 
1,832 
599 
1,733 



71 
53 
41 

702 
83 

237 



2,228 

588 

1,132 



1,152 
492 
948 
558 
328 



306 
233 
501 
47 
57 
146 
176 



56 

361 
287 
505 
251 
680 
355 
528 
400 

311 
512 
455 
197 



164 
326 
286 

1,056 

55 
60 
26 
206 
82 
65 
36 
19 



293 

148 

1,292 



Establishments reporting November 15 employment of— 



No paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(Number) 



30,579 



2,719 
10,055 
6,165 
2,888 
2,283 
1,122 
1,365 
768 
2,714 



142 
129 
53 
1,467 
266 
662 



5,190 
1,762 

3,103 

1,539 

648 

2,051 

1,245 

682 



540 
450 
942 
115 

101 
304 
436 



57 
439 
132 
291 
271 
325 
148 
275 
345 

309 
316 
297 
200 



220 
336 
390 
919 



97 
79 
36 
249 
69 
105 
113 
20 



424 
285 

2,005 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousdnd 
dolUrs) 



8,047 
28,702 
19,970 
9,201 
7,031 
3,367 
5,559 
2,781 
10,447 



431 
381 
150 

4,223 
750 

2,112 



15,123 
4,388 
8,691 

4,715 
2,190 
6,786 
4,048 
2,231 



1,812 

1,560 

2,871 

347 

298 

903 

1,410 



165 
1,332 
467 
961 
327 
961 
389 
808 
1,121 



982 

1,032 

890 

463 



612 

892 

1,198 

2,857 



299 
318 
170 
795 
241 
396 
449 
113 



1,658 
1,066 
7,723 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(ThousdTtd 
dolldTi) 



24 
96 
105 
42 
68 
32 
38 
30 
82 



employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



1 paid employee 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(Number) 



361 
1,222 
889 
439 
828 
439 
481 
172 
471 



29 

20 
13 
192 
32 



705 
167 
350 

272 
119 
257 
152 



75 
34 
U4 
10 
24 
46 
66 



16 
102 

42 
136 

42 
158 

64 
165 
103 



100 
135 
134 
70 



70 

75 

96 

240 



76 
45 
350 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

{Thousand 
dollars) 



37,033 



2,284 
3,712 
6,235 
3,137 
5,295 
2,544 
3,214 
1,351 
4,261 



183 

133 

69 

1,216 

174 
504 



5,034 
1,151 
2,477 



785 
1,954 

1,017 
670 



513 
630 
846 
65 
156 
377 
550 



699 
309 
794 
271 
956 
357 
1,035 
786 



599 
858 

713 
374 



468 

451 

581 

1,714 

148 
171 

75 
425 
209 
186 
102 

35 



736 

371 

3,154 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Tliousand 
dollars) 



7,578 



479 

1,738 

1,292 

569 

1,165 

512 

598 

283 

942 



fti3 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



31 
26 
15 

262 
35 

110 



1,015 
248 
475 



411 
169 
399 
206 

107 



92 

107 
176 
13 
23 
60 
93 



143 
76 

166 
64 

219 
79 

222 

177 

127 
175 
141 
69 



87 

84 

118 

309 



139 

79 

724 



5,302 



361 
1,222 
889 
439 
828 
439 
481 
172 
471 



29 
20 
13 
192 
32 
75 



705 
167 
350 

272 
U9 
257 
152 



75 
84 
134 
10 
24 
46 
66 



16 
102 

42 
136 

42 
158 

64 
165 
103 



100 
135 
134 
70 



70 

75 

96 

240 



18 
20 
10 
58 
23 
22 
16 
5 



76 
45 
350 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3.38 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

^HCIL RLPAIR SHOPS 
Establishments. Receifts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geographic division and State 



Total 



South Atlantic: 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia . 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North CaroUna 

South Carolina'. 

Georgia 

Florida 



East South Central : 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

N4issi&sippi 



West South Central: 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain: 

Montana 
Idaho 
Wyoming 
Colorado 
New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 



Pacific; 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 



Establishments reporfing November 15 employment of — 



2 paid employees 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Central 

Mountain 

Paafic 

New England : 

Maine 

New Hampshire . 
Vermont 
Massachusetts 
Rhode Island 
Connecticut 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

East North Central 

Ohio 

Indiana - - . 
Illinois 
Michigan . . . 
Wisconsin 



West North Central : 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 
North Dakota 
South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 



Establish' 
ments 



(Humbcr) 



1,833 



12i 
36S 

305 
139 
362 

130 
180 
60 
165 



Receipts, Pay roll, 
entire ' entire 
year 1 year 

(Thousand (Thousand 
dollars) doltari) 



20,490 



199 
55 
114 



33 
16 
116 



1,265 
4,291 
3,478 
1,465 
3,619 
1,252 
1,894 
844 
2,381 



68 
95 
33 

687 
60 

323 



2,316 

684 

1,291 



966 
480 
1,132 
587 
313 



218 
281 

450 

(x) 

(x) 
160 
255 



(k) 
228 
201 
678 
176 

(x) 
382 
556 
557 



285 
377 
367 
223 



250 
334 
353 
957 



160 
103 

(x) 
144 
157 
74 

(x) 

(x) 



513 

240 

1,628 



5,732 



339 
1,193 
937 
397 
1,060 
346 
512 
20O 
693 



661 
195 
342 



289 

137 
302 
175 
84 



63 
68 
118 

(x) 

(x) 
42 
83 



(x) 
66 
63 
183 
61 
(x) 
120 
171 
152 



92 
103 
94 
57 



73 
105 
269 



(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



153 

59 

481 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Humbcr) 



3,666 



248 
736 
610 
278 
724 
260 
360 
120 
330 



14 
18 
12 
140 



398 
110 
228 



186 

104 



(x) 
Cx) 



(x) 

52 

36 

130 

38 

(x) 

36 

124 

100 



48 
54 
68 
190 



Cx) 
26 
26 
10 

(x) 

(x) 



66 

32 

232 



3 paid employees 



EstabUsh- 
ments 



(Humbr,) 



899 13,883 



52 
196 
142 
36 
170 
71 
79 
31 
72 



112 
29 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



746 
3,291 
2,248 
1,240 
2,400 

961 
1,111 

510 
1,376 



31 
104 

(x) 
463 

(X) 

(x) 



540 
853 



705 
260 
699 

(x) 

(x) 



295 
267 
412 

(x) 

(x) 
59 
163 



(x) 
255 
US 
416 
140 
569 

(x) 
316 

(x) 



308 
301 

(x) 

(x) 



72 
147 
196 
696 



(x) 
76 

(x) 
164 

(x) 
55 
82 



(x) 
(x) 
996 



Paid 

Pay roll, jcmployees, 

entire workweek 

V' I ended 

nearest 

(Thousand Nov, 15 

dollars) {(Humbcr) 



4 to 7 paid employees 



4,553 



240 
1,065 
771 
381 
821 
297 
344 
158 
476 



14 
18 

(x) 
152 

(x) 

(x) 



615 
168 
232 



254 
89 

230 
(x) 
(x) 



78 
85 
144 

(x) 

(x) 
19 
44 



(x) 
92 
53 
135 
49 
204 
(x) 

113 
(x) 



105 
89 
(x) 

(x) 



25 

46 

66 

207 



(x) 

17 
(x) 

51 
(x) 

19 

30 



(x) 
(x) 
345 



2,697 



156 
588 
426 
258 
510 
213 
237 
93 
216 



15 
(x) 

105 
(x) 
(x) 



336 
87 
165 



141 
51 

117 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 

(x) 
18 
36 

(x) 
43 
30 
75 
30 
135 

(x) 
31 

(x) 



69 
63 

(x) 

(x) 

18 
36 
42 
141 



(x) 

12 
(x) 

27 
(x) 

12 

15 



(x) 
(X) 
153 



Establish- 
ments 



(Humtx,-) 



49 
174 
173 
85 
192 
52 
89 
27 
62 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



1,045 
4,294 
4,229 
1,861 
4,288 
1,114 
1,991 
687 
1,832 



fx) 

(x)" 

495 

75 

386 



1,943 

729 

1,622 



1,051 
625 

1,264 
838 
451 



489 
218 
628 
76 
91 
227 
132 



140 
561 
282 
488 
232 
927 
491 
554 
613 



71 
454 
497 

92 

147 
352 
173 
,319 



(x) 



(x) 

10 
(x) 



243 

184 
1,450 



I Paid 
Pay roll, employees, 
entue workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
dumber) 



8 paid employees or more 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



413 

1,623 

1,487 

680 

1,545 

367 

655 

231 

759 



(x) 

(x)" 

209 

30 

143 



751 
265 

607 



391 
204 
464 
264 

164 



177 
65 

247 
27 
25 
84 
55 



227 
118 
175 
76 
327 
161 
192 
215 



21 
155 
153 

33 

46 
105 

55 
449 



(x) 

21 

107 
27 

(x) 
38 

(x) 



4,450 



235 
857 
356 
435 
943 
252 
440 
130 
302 



(x) 

(x)" 
133 

14 
69 



404 
125 
323 



254 
134 
222 
159 

37 



106 
51 

162 
24 
16 
46 
30 



27 
104 

57 
113 

59 
212 
133 
106 
132 



13 
83 
113 
33 



28 

78 

42 

292 



(x) 



Establish- 
ments 



(>(umber) 



I Receipts. ■ Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(x) 

1 
(x) 



36 

30 

236 



(x) 



506 
(x) 
(x) 



1,767 
490 
336 



1,136 
422 
787 

(x) 

(x) 



161 
160 
194 



283 
678 
233 
396 

(x) 

(X) 
232 

(x) 



251 
567 

(x) 

(x) 



268 
141 
958 



142 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
1,883 



entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Xumber) 



788 


367 


2,593 


1,284 


2,901 


1,519 


515 


201 


2,072 


831 


1,124 


444 


1,367 


550 


410 


173 


2,504 


1,197 



3,076 



(x) 



252 

(x) 
(x) 



919 
238 

127 



632 
163 
454 

(x) 

(x) 



119 
268 



(x) 
(X) 

9 
(x) 



231 
(x) 
(x) 



103 

58 

389 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
915 



187 
545 
697 
106 
418 
3U 
314 
84 
414 



(x) 



U2 
(x) 
(x) 



385 
99 
61 



305 
102 
166 

(x) 

M 



29 

37 
40 



55 
122 

51 

82 
(x) 
(x) 

52 
(x) 



66 
152 

M 

(x) 



83 
38 

193 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
321 



See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.39 



Tabic 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE: 1948— Continued 

I I'HOIMI KY. I I RMTl Rl Rl PAIR >H()|N 
ESTABUSBUBNTS, RECEIPTS, PaY RoiX, AND PERSONNEL 





Total 






No paid employee 


1 paid employee 


Geognphic division and State 


Enab- 
Jiih- 
ments 

(dumber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

liolbrs) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousami 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Xumber) 


Esab- 
hsh- 
ments 

{Humber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entue 
year 

(TJiouiund 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Xumber) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(ThouiaTia 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. IS 

(Number) 


Total . . - 


10,297 


120 , 375 


30,107 


13,966 


5,501 


23,828 


370 




1,955 


19,691 


3,434 


1,955 






G«oftr«phlc diTtsloni: 


883 

2,906 

2,017 

811 

1,032 

402 

779 

242 

1,225 


10,994 
39,161 
26,395 
8,150 
U,937 
3,500 
6,653 
2,601 
16,984 


2,450 
8,731 
6,576 
1,922 
3,284 

838 
1,600 

578 
4,128 


1,284 
3,878 
2,681 

934 
1,739 

547 
1,012 

291 
1,600 


458 
1,558 
1,074 
469 
510 
215 
422 
136 
659 


2,146 
7,558 
4,686 
1,753 
1,654 

635 
1,294 

589 
3,513 


28 

57 
73 
22 
28 
33 
15 
13 
101 




177 
555 
398 
150 
194 

66 
140 

42 
233 


1,662 
6,154 
4,293 
1,316 
1,459 

457 
1,025 

419 
2,906 


282 
929 
829 
251 
298 

94 
180 

75 
496 


177 




555 




398 




150 




194 




66 


u/Mf &vith Central 


140 




42 


P^q£c 


233 






New England : 


51 
48 
39 

460 
90 

195 

1,731 
507 
668 

514 
225 
651 
383 
244 

195 
144 
259 
12 
14 
60 
127 

21 
165 

75 
143 

53 
165 

66 
150 
194 

102 
146 
97 
57 

73 

81 

147 

478 

28 
31 
13 
73 
17 
35 
32 
13 

151 
99 
975 


529 
461 
205 

6, no 

1,035 
2,654 

24,341 
7,079 
7,741 

6,049 
1,988 
9,510 
6,203 
2,645 

2,033 
1,178 
3,180 
113 
97 
557 
992 

268 
2,206 
2,398 
1,351 

725 
1,305 

360 
1,561 
1,763 

766 

1,601 

762 

371 

366 

714 

1,208 

4,365 

283 
280 
113 
898 
168 
364 
346 
149 

1,747 

1,U1 

14,096 


123 
113 
25 
1,372 
209 
608 

5,419 
1,487 
1,825 

1,501 

510 

2,338 

1,666 

561 

442 
199 
895 

20 

19 

125 

222 

61 
547 
704 
403 
216 
354 
100 
491 
408 

177 

385 

191 

85 

85 

210 

239 

1,066 

51 
74 
15 
245 
24 
85 
60 
24 

397 
222 

3,509 


79 

56 

16 

745 

118 

270 

2,255 

716 
907 

687 
247 
868 
595 
284 

218 
117 
399 

12 

8 

71 

109 

36 
270 
327 
225 
108 
209 

67 
271 
226 

105 

235 

141 

66 

70 
124 
159 
659 

25 
47 
8 
105 
15 
44 
36 
11 

159 

96 

1,345 


22 

28 
31 

235 
42 

100 

966 
244 
348 

267 
142 
337 
203 
125 

119 
87 
135 
5 
9 
32 
82 

9 
86 
29 
68 
24 
82 
40 
68 
104 

63 
76 
43 
33 

43 
41 
80 
258 

15 
15 

6 
45 

9 
20 
16 
10 

90 
53 
516 


42 
100 
113 
1,094 
190 
607 

4,910 
1.201 
1,447 

1,163 
467 

1,590 
919 
547 

508 
326 
475 
14 
21 
120 
289 

36 
280 
103 
173 

83 
241 
100 
197 
441 

219 
207 
112 

97 

95 
116 
281 
802 

78 
43 
18 
208 
39 
69 
68 
66 

460 

273 

2,780 


2 

14 
3 
9 

37 

10 
10 

20 
4 
23 
21 

5 

5 
4 
6 
1 

(z)" 
6 

1 
3 
3 
2 
4 
1 
4 
10 

17 
7 
6 

3 

2 

1 
3 
9 

1 
1 
9 

1 
1 
(^) 

6 
4 
91 




12 
7 
2 
96 
19 
41 

306 
107 
142 

100 
35 

137 
76 
50 

33 

30 
49 

5 

3 

10 

20 

2 
31 
11 
32 

8 
32 
15 
31 
32 

17 

25 

18 

6 

13 
15 
33 
79 

5 
7 
6 
7 
4 
6 
6 
1 

33 

27 
173 


(x) 
44 

(x) 
934 
175 
394 

3,779 
1,116 
1,259 

938 

289 

1,666 

839 

561 

281 
324 
395 
(x) 
(n) 
93 
65 

(») 
276 
135 
237 

(x) 
197 
74 
225 
240 

156 
163 
91 
47 

S3 
106 
230 
606 

84 
57 

(x) 
64 
50 
61 

(x) 

(x) 

423 

X2 

2,U1 


(x) 

7 

(x) 

158 

27 

71 

531 
173 
225 

202 
62 
319 

146 
100 

53 

50 
86 

(x) 

(x) 
18 
31 

(x) 
46 
23 
57 

(x) 
49 
20 
38 
55 

32 

31 

22 

9 

17 
23 
34 
106 

17 
10 
(x) 
12 
6 
10 

(X) 
(X) 

65 

52 

379 


(x) 




7 




(x) 




96 


Rhode Uland 


19 




41 


Middle Atlantic: 

New York 


306 




107 




142 


Eut North Central: 

Ohio 


100 


IiKli^n? 


35 




137 




76 




50 


Weat North Central: 


33 




3C 




49 




(x) 




(x) 


Nebraska 


10 




20 
(x) 




31 




11 




32 


West Virginia 


(x) 
32 


Smith Carolina 


15 




31 




32 


Cut South Central: 


17 


TriM^ff^ 


25 


Ablnms 


18 




6 


West South Central: 


13 




15 




33 


T^t 


79 


Mountain; 


5 


Idaho 


7 


Wyoniftf 


(x) 


Coionda' 


7 


KewMaico 


4 




6 


Utah 


(x) 


Nerada 


(x) 


Padflc: 


33 




27 


Caffimia 


173 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3.40 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE; 



REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 
1948 — Continued 



UPHOLSTERY. FURNITURE REPAIR SHOPS 
Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



Geognpbic division and Sute 



Establishmenu reporciDg November 15 employment of— 



2 paid employees 



Establish- 
ments 



(Ajumber) 



Receipts, , Pay roll, 
entire entire 
year year 



(Thousand 
dollflTs) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



3 paid employees 



Esublish 
ments 



i^jumbcr) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Hid 
Pay roll, ^ployees, 
entire workweek 
yar ended 

nearest 
Nov. 15 
(Number) 



(Thousand 
dollaTs) 



4 to 7 paid employees 



Establish' 
ments 



(Mumber) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Paid 

employees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(Ajumber) 



8 paid employees or more 



Estabhsh 
ments 



(>^umbcr) 



Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



I Paid 
Pay roll, employees, 
entire workweek 
y=>' ended 

nearest 
(Thousand! Nov. 15 
dollars) | (dumber) 



Total 



Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Cential 
South Atlantic ... 
East South Central . . . 
West South Central. 
Mountain 
PaaSc 



New England : 

Maine ... 

New Hampshire. 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 
Rhode Island 
Connecticut 



Middle Atlantic: 

New York 
New Jersey 
Pennsylvania 

East North Central : 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 



West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebiaska 

Kansas 



South Atlantic; 

Delaware 

Ivlaryland 

District of Columbu 
Virginia . . 

West Virginia , 
North (Carolina 

South CaroUna 

Georgia 

Florida 



East South Central ; 

Kentucky 
Tennessee . 

Alabama 

Mississippi. . . 

West South Central: 

. Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 



Mountain: 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 
Colorado 
New Mexico. 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevadl 



PadBc; 

Washington. 

Oregon 

Califomia. . . 



1,107 



86 
323 
221 

77 
129 

a 

77 
28 
125 



187 
63 
73 



10 
106 



1,254 

5,922 

3,570 

1,053 

1,598 

478 

800 

469 

2,301 



51 

96 

55 

656 

157 

239 



3,766 
1,062 
1,094 



1,058 
216 

1,246 
624 
426 



253 
190 
343 

(x) 

(X) 
137 

(x) 



96 
222 
206 
198 

96 
225 

22 
223 
310 



65 
183 

130 
50 



58 
125 
151 
466 



2,214 



621 



1,863 



4,270 



9,205 



3,664 



283 
1,297 
902 
247 
438 
128 
210 
104 
591 



172 
646 
442 
154 
253 

82 
154 

56 
250 



51 
178 
124 
40 
58 
32 
56 
11 
71 



1,002 

4,595 

3,200 

712 

904 

423 

803 

222 

1,599 



263 
1,126 
833 
221 
294 
114 
232 
63 
481 



153 
534 
372 
120 
174 

96 
163 

33 
213 



84 
220 
151 

54 
109 

39 

67 



2,774 
8,155 
5,363 
1,819 
2,816 

882 
1,625 

535 
3,818 



831 

2,538 

1,749 

605 

936 

332 

535 

170 

1,365 



438 
1,099 
741 
275 
549 
205 
350 
95 
513 



2,156 
6,777 
5,283 
1,497 
3,506 

625 
1,106 

367 
2,847 



703 

2,734 

2,190 

576 

1,240 

137 

378 

153 

1,094 



13 
22 

15 
143 
41 
54 



810 
230 
257 



260 
56 
319 
153 
lU 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



23 

33 

47 

107 



(x) 
50 


(x) 

15 


(X) 

61 


(x) 
17 


(X) 


(x) 


(x) 
120 


(x) 
22 


(x) 


(x) 



374 
126 
146 



126 
32 

144 
74 



103 
35 
40 



152 

172 
1,977 



40 
512 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



(X) 

3 
(x) 

8 
(x) 
(x) 

12 
(x). 

18 
20 
212 



111 

(x)" 
543 
(x) 
(X) 



2,634 

936 

1,025 



523 
196 
1,329 
797 
355 



184 
97 
233 

(x)'" 
(x) 

126 



(x) 

163 
72 

127 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

146 
(x) 



(x) 

155 
(x) 
82 



(x) 

(x) 
176 
497 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(X) 



(x) 
(x) 
1,428 



20 

(x)" 
154 
(x) 
Cx) 



660 
231 
235 



144 
54 
338 
207 
90 



(x) 
(X) 



(x> 



(x) 
(x) 
■(x) 

4 
(x) 



(x) 

4 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
37 
155 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
423 



(x) 

8 
(x) 
(x) 



309 

105 
120 



66 
30 
132 
96 
48 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



125 

47 
43 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

3, 
(x) 



(x) 

3 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 
30 
105 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
(X) 
189 



184 
221 

1,302 
332 
735 



4,900 
1,785 
1,470 

1,645 
419 

2,073 
323 
403 



538 
(x) 

751 
(x) 

107 
270 



60 
432 
356 
333 
256 
426 

67 
276 
560 



209 
376 
202 
95 



(x) 
(x) 

178 
1,300 



(x) 
(x) 

204 
(x) 
122 



358 

118 

3,342 



56 
82 

414 
95 
234 



1,615 

501 
472 

539 
159 
630 
299 

122 



161 
(X) 

271 
(x) 



18 
138 
136 
WO 

97 
154 

25 
102 
176 



72 
151 
69 
40 



(x) 
(x) 
70 
464 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 



132 

47 

1,136 



37 
37 

222 

45 
97 



628 
235 
236 



252 

83 
230 
109 

67 



75 
(x) 

108 
(x) 

26 

40 



12 
72 
61 
71 
48 
95 
19 
71 
100 



(x) 
Cx) 
45 
262 



(x) 
(x) 



(x) 
21 
15 



51 

19 

443 



(x) 



1,581 

(x) 

(x) 



4,352 

979 

1,446 



722 

401 

1,606 

2,201 

353 



269 

(x) 
983 



(x) 
Cx) 



Cx) 

828 
1,526 

233 
(x) 
(x) 
Cx) 

494 
Cx) 

Cx) 

517 
Cx) 



Cx) 

Cx) 
192 
694 



Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx)' 



Cx) 
Cx) 
2,423 



Cx) 



489 
Cx) 
Cx) 



1,766 
342 
626 



336 

175 
709 
840 
130 



117 
Cx) 
375 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
244 
468 
103 

Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 
239 

Cx) 

Cx) 
100 

Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 
48 
225 



Cx) 

9' 
Cx)' 
Cx)' 



Cx) 
Cx) 
913 



344 

1,044 
728 
235 
564 
98 
200 
65 
386 



(x) 



258 
Cx) 
Cx) 



638 
143 
263 

143 
67 
225 
240 
53 



54 
Cx) 
146 



Cx) 
Cx) 



Cx) 
109 
223 
59 
Cx) 
Cx) 
(x) 

92 
Cx) 



Cx) 

7 
Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx) 
27 
123 



Cx) 



Cx) 
Cx)' 



Cx) 
Cx) 
323 



See footnotes at end of table. 



EMPLOYEE SIZE 



3.41 



Tabic 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE; 1948— Continued 

WATCH, tLOCK.JEWLLRV RbPAlK SHOPS 
ESTABUSBMBNTS, RsCBIPTS, PaY RoLL, ANH PbSSONNEL 





ToQl 




Establishments repcrting November 15 


employment of— 






No paid employee 


I paid employee 


Geographic division and State 


Eaab- 
Jijh- 
menu 

Wumbw) 


Receipts, 

year 

(TTioiiMtid 
Mlars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thoujand 
dolbri) 


Paid 

employees, 

worlrweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


RecapU. 
entire 
year 

CITiousand 
dollirl) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thouiond 
Mlcrs) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(TdouMnd 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dolbrs) 


Piid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Tot«] 


12,750 


86,401 


13,404 


6,214 


9,926 


40,020 


212 




1,603 


15,553 


2,712 


1,603 






Geoftnphlc dlTltloni: 

New England 


826 
3,610 
2,075 

952 
1,510 

673 
1,099 

3i8 
1,657 


5,668 
25,305 
15,831 
6,154 
9,739 
3,477 
6,704 
2,104 
11,419 


790 

3,613 

3,092 

1,135 

1,459 

472 

967 

295 

1,581 


420 
1,647 
1,311 
545 
751 
273 
493 
151 
623 


614 

2,850 

1,593 

737 

1,120 

518 

851 

279 

1,364 


2,417 
12,107 
6,618 
2,612 
4,313 
1,625 
3,070 
1,046 
6,212 


10 
69 
33 
12 
20 
10 
23 
5 
30 




113 
445 
245 
119 
229 

94 
146 

39 
173 


1,044 
4,654 
2,480 
1,139 
1,976 

791 
1,184 

369 
1,916 


167 
792 
447 
201 
343 
131 
216 
63 
352 


113 










West North Central .- 


119 




229 




We« South CcntraJ 






39 


Pidfic 


173 


New England : 


93 
56 
31 

All 
39 

146 

2,356 
426 
823 

518 
241 
729 
444 

143 

166 
132 
396 

15 
27 
79 
137 

25 
160 

35 
206 
105 
266 

86 
240 
337 

178 
228 
178 
89 

132 
135 
139 
693 

31 
25 
19 
104 
40 
68 
53 
8 

238 

93 

1,326 


447 
211 
141 

3,085 
613 

1,171 

16,812 
3,057 
5,436 

3,747 
1,463 
6,320 
3,201 
1,100 

1,035 

612 

2,986 

71 
102 
622 
726 

233 
1,199 

941 
1,488 

435 
1,471 

439 
1,694 
1,839 

963 

1,300 

836 

378 

705 
1,077 

785 
4,137 

203 
122 
84 

731 
241 
366 
317 
40 

1,657 

393 

8,864 


41 
3 

22 
425 
125 
174 

2,360 
419 
834 

812 
159 
1,436 
511 
174 

156 
83 
685 
2 
2 
111 
96 

18 
185 
155 
219 

45 
199 

56 
359 
223 

91 
242 

109 
30 

89 
183 

98 
597 

12 

5 
3 
144 
17 
57 
54 
3 

215 

192 

1,174 


27 
2 
13 
222 
73 
83 

1,060 
202 
385 

355 
84 
564 
223 

85 

92 
43 
295 

2 
2 

57 
54 

11 
80 
72 

122 
27 

111 
36 

178 

114 

54 
131 
66 
22 

44 
88 
49 
312 

9 

4 

3 

68 

12 

31 

23 

1 

106 

70 

447 


74 
54 
26 

299 
60 

101 

1,856 

321 
673 

394 
190 
571 
327 
111 

121 
112 
296 
13 
25 
60 
110 

19 
117 

52 
146 

84 
203 

69 
168 
262 

138 
164 

141 
75 

101 
100 
106 
544 

25 
22 
16 

84 
33 
50 
42 

7 

185 

65 

1,114 


272 
(x) 

M 

1,222 
223 
432 

8,181 
1,432 
2,494 

1,417 

789 

2,544 

1,406 

462 

428 
357 

1,090 

M 

M 
224 
370 

132 
573 
346 
592 
236 
714 
231 
561 
928 

514 
514 
378 
219 

349 

404 

397 

1,920 

101 

94 

54 

296 

136 

164 

(x) 

(x) 

868 

340 
5,004 


] 
(x) 
(x) 

6 

3 

46 

7 
16 

12 
M 
8 
8 

5 

1 
2 
5 

(x) 

(x) 
3 
1 

1 
5 
1 

w 

2 
1 
2 
8 

2 

M 

6 

2 

2 

3 
5 
13 

(z) 

1 

fx)" 
(x) 

2 

1 
27 


(x)" 
(x) 


13 
2 
4 
55 
14 
25 

296 

61 
88 

57 
32 
73 
64 
19 

28 
12 

51 
2 
2 

10 
14 

4 
25 
16 
31 
l6 
38 
10 
41 
48 

29 
34 
22 
9 

23 

18 
23 
82 

4 
2 
3 
9 
4 
9 
7 
1 

31 
17 
125 


(x) 
(x) 
26 
542 
89 
276 

3,062 
621 
971 

568 
328 
807 
568 
209 

246 
117 
532 

(x) 

(x) 
102 
112 

(x) 
246 
206 
297 

(x) 

251 

68 

301 

433 

276 
245 

187 
83 

191 
196 
199 
598 

(x) 

(X) 
30 
65 
50 
56 
58 

(x) 

307 

167 

1,442 


fx! 

3 
83 
20 
42 

540 
113 
139 

91 
62 
145 
113 
36 

39 
22 
96 

(x) 

(x) 
16 
24 

(x) 
38 
31 
48 

(X) 
50 
14 
51 
83 

37 
51 
34 
9 

33 
29 
37 

117 

(x) 

(x) 
3 
11 
10 
17 
13 

(x) 

54 
42 
256 


(x) 




(x) 




4 




55 


Rhode UUnd 


14 




25 


Middle Atian tic: 

New Yori 


296 




61 


Pennsylvania 

Eut North Central: 
Ohio 


88 
57 








32 




73 


Michigan 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 


64 
19 

28 

12 




(x)" 
(x) 


51 




(x) 


South Dakota 


(x) 




10 


Kansas 

South Atlantic : 


14 
(x) 








25 












(x) 


North Carolina 


33 




10 








48 






29 


Tmnnvrr 


34 


Abhama 


22 




9 


WMt South Central: 


23 




18 




23 




82 


Mountmln: 


(x) 








(x) 


^ydiTimg 


3 


Colorado 


9 




4 




9 


Utah 


(x) 
(x) 


7 


Ntwfa 


(x) 


Padflc^ 


31 




17 


Cahftxna 




•• 


125 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3.42 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES-GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 3C.— EMPLOYEE SIZE OF ESTABLISHMENTS— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 

BUSINESS, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION AND STATE; 

WATCH. CLCKK, JEWELRY REPAIR SHOPS 
Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



REPAIR SERVICES— SELECTED KINDS OF 
1948 — Continued 















Establishments reporting November 15 employmen 


tof— 














2 paid employees 


3 paid employees 


4 to 7 paid employees 


8 paid employees or more 


Geographic division and State 


Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Tlioujand 
doll.ir<) 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Esablish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Tliousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Tfiousand 
■ dollars) 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Estabhsh- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Tfiousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Paid 
nnployees, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. IS 
(Number) 


Establish 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Pay roll, 
entire 
year 

(Thousand 
dollars) 


Piid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 


Total 


602 


9,690 


2,400 


1,204 


259 


5,455 


1,643 


777 


280 


9,609 


3,293 


1,403 


80 


6,074 


3,144 


1,227 


Geographic divisions: 

New England 
Middle Atlantic 
East North Central 
West North Central 
South Atlantic 
East South Central 
West South Central 

Mountain 

Psdfic 


50 
165 
108 
33 
36 
35 
49 
13 
63 


737 
2,595 

2,012 
442 

1,227 
446 
895 
221 

1,115 


177 
658 
453 
111 
327 
102 
200 
55 
317 


100 
330 
216 
66 
172 
70 
98 
26 
126 


24 
59 
49 
25 
37 
14 
21 
5 
:25 


508 

1,401 

1,007 

458 

775 

276 

433 

74 

523 


137 
375 
305 
140 
280 

84 
122 

24 
176 


72 
177 
147 

75 

Hi 

42 
63 
15 

75 


22 
68 
60 
26 
34 
10 
28 
10 
22 


770 
2,551 
2,019 

784 
1,079 
(x) 

909 
(x) 

949 


219 
326 
739 
325 
338 

(x) 
318 

(x) 
325 


102 
339 
303 
132 
171 

(x) 
142 

Cx) 
U8 


3 
23 
20 
12 
4 
2 
4 
2 
10 


192 
1,997 
1,695 

719 

369 
(x) 

213 
Cx) 

704 


80 

893 

1,115 

346 

151 

Cx) 

38 
Cx) 
381 


33 

356 
400 
153 
68 

Cx) 

44 
Cx) 
131 


New England : 


<; 

32 

5 
9 

lU 
18 
33 

30 
10 
37 
25 
6 

7 
17 

1 
i, 

10 
6 

16 
i 

14 
4 

14 

18 

10 
15 
8 
2 

4 
7 
8 
30 

1 
1 

"2 
2 

6 

1 

15 

3 

45 


48 

461 
52 
176 

1,871 
249 

475 

499 
147 
605 
399 
162 

78 
(x) 
250 

(k)" 

47 

164 
110 
204 

69 
217 

50 
185 
228 

(x) 

162 
113 
(x) 

51 
119 
(x) 
(X) 

(x) 
(x) 

(x)" 
(x) 

95 
(x) 

248 

54 

813 


10 

108 
17 
42 

471 
64 
123 

101 
40 
169 
118 
25 

20 
(x) 
63 

(x)" 
12 

'33 
30 
63 
17 
63 
12 
44 
60 

(x) 
44 
18 

(x) 

13 
24 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
(x) 

(x)" 
(X) 

28 
(x) 

73 

11 

233 


8 

64 
10 
18 

223 
36 
66 

60 
20 
74 
50 
12 

14 
(x) 
34 

(x)'" 
8 

"20 
12 
32 

8 
28 

8 
28 
36 

(x) 
30 
16 

(x) 

8 
14 
(x) 
(x) 

(x) 
(x) 

(x)" 

(X) 

12 
(x) 

30 
6 
90 


2 

'12 
4 
6 

36 
14 
9 

13 
b 
12 
15 
3 

5 

1 
11 

' 2 
6 

1 
3 
5 
4 
1 
6 

'10 
7 

6 
5 
3 

3 
5 
1 
12 

1 

"2 
"2 

2 
3 
20 


(x) 

(x)" 
(x) 

88 

930 
(x) 
(x) 

276 

89 

223 

365 

54 

114 
(x) 
193 

(x)" 
117 

(x) 
86 

117 
Cx) 
(x) 

148 

176 
(x) 

114 
(x) 
(X) 

(x) 

112 
(x) 

205 

(x) 

(x)" 
(x)" 

(x) 
(x) 
416 


(x) 

(x)" 
(X) 
31 

■ 244 

(X) 

(x) 

79 
26 
76 
99 
25 

26 
(x) 
67 

(x)" 

34 

(x) 
54 
32 

(x) 

(x) 
37 

'72 
(x) 

41 
(X) 
(X) 

(x) 

23 
(x) 

66 

(x) 

(x)" 
(x)" 

(x) 
(X) 
U7 


(x) 

(x)" 
(x) 
18 

108 
(x) 
(x) 

39 
18 
36 
45 
9 

15 
(x) 
33 

(x)" 

18 

(x) 
9 
15 
(x) 

(X) 

18 

'30 
(x) 

'18 
Cx) 

(X) 

(x) 

15 
(x) 

36 

(x) 

(x)" 
(x)'" 

(x) 
(x) 
60 


12 
5 
5 

38 

11 
19 

17 

3 

25 

13 

2 

3 
2 
13 

5 

3 

1 
5 
6 
8 

"5 
3 
4 
2 

1 
8 
1 

1 

3 

1 

23 

5 
1 
1 
3 

4 
3 
15 


453 
118 
199 

1,377 
407 
767 

(x) 
110 
824 
463 

(x) 

(X) 
(x) 
402 

152 
80 

(x) 
130 
162 
240 

141 
90 
(x) 
(X) 

(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

(x) 
(x) 
(x) 
763 

189 
(x) 
tx) 
67 

125 
162 
662 


U7 
46 
56 

472 
136 
218 

(x) 
31 
312 
173 

(x) 

(x) 
(x) 
193 

51 
25 

(x) 

50 
61 
77 

47 
29 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 
Cx) 
Cx) 

(x) 
Cx) 
Cx) 
250 

... 

'65 
(X) 
(x) 
30 

40 

57 

228 


56 
24 
22 

189 
53 
97 

Cx) 
14 
127 
64 
Cx) 

(x) 
Cx) 
65 

26 
14 

Cx) 
26 
29 
39 

27 
18 

Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 
Cx) 
Cx) 

(x) 
Cx) 
Cx) 
118 

'27 
Cx) 
Cx) 
14 

20 
19 
79 


1 
1 
1 

16 
1 
6 

.7 

'ii 
2 

2 

1 

8 

1 

1 
3 

1 
1 

"2 

2 

'2 

1 
2 

7 


(x)" 

Cx) 

Cx) 

1,391 

(x) 

Cx) 

Cx) 

1,117 

Cx)" 

Cx) 
Cx) 
519 


Cx)" 

Cx) 

Cx) 

587 






... 




Cx) 


Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Middle Atlantic; 
New York 


Cx) 
(x) 

239 


New Jersey 


Cx) 

Cx) 

Cx) 

726 
Cx)" 

Cx) 
Cx) 
261 

Cxi" 

Cxi" 
(xi" 


(x) 
Cx) 


East North Central ; 

Ohio 


Cx) 








254 


Ivlichigan 

Wisconsin 

West North Central: 

Minnesota 

Iowa 


Cx)" 

Cx) 
Cx) 
112 


North Dakota 

South Dakota - . . 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

South Atlantic : 

Delaware 

Maryland 


Cx 

Cx 
Cx 




Cxi" 




(X) 
















(x) 


Florida ... 


Cxi" 
Cx) 

Cx)" 
(x)" 

Cx)" 

(x) 
Cx) 


(xi" 
Cx) 

(xi" 
(xi" 




East South Central : 






(x) 




(x) 






West South Central: 

. Arkansas 


Cxi" 


Oklahoma 






Cx) 


Mountain: 




Idaho 


(X 










Colorado 


Cx) 






Arizona 

Utah 




Nevada 




Paciec: 

Washington 

Oregon ...... 


Cx) 
Cxi 


(x) 
Cx) 


Califomia 


527 




fL 


93 



X Withheld to avoid disclosure, 
z Less than $500 dollars. 



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CONTENTS 

Table Page 

"iA City Size — Selected Services — United States, by Kind of Business, 19AS: Establishments, 

receipts, pay roll, and personnel 4^.03 

4B City Size — Personal, Business, and Repair Services, by Geographic Division, 19"48: 

Establishments, receipts, pay roll, and personnel 4-. 11 

40 City Size — Personal, Business, and Repair Services — Selected Kinds of Business, by 

Geographic Division, 1948: Establishments, receipts, pay roll, and personnel 4.12 

Page Page 

Advertising agencies 4,12 Linen supply service 4.18 

Automobile storage and parkin^,...,.,.,, 4.12 Photographic studios (inc. commercial 

Barber shops 4.13 photography) 4.18 

Barber and beauty shops combined 4 . 13 Power laundries 4 . 19 

Beauty shops 4.14 Pressing, alteration, gannent repair 

Cleaning and dyeing plants (exc. rug shops 4.20 

cleaning) 4.15 Self-service laundries 4.20 

Diaper service 4.15 Shoe repair shops 4.21 

Electrical repair shops 4.16 Upholstery, furniture repair shops 4.22 

Funeral service 4.17 Watch, clock, jewelry repair shops 4.22 

General automobile repair shops 4.17 

4D City Size — Hotels — United States and Geographic Divisions, 1948: Establishments, guest 

rooms, receipts, pay roll, and personnel 4.24 

4E City Size — ^Amusements — Total for the United States and for Selected Kinds of Business, by 

Geographic Divisions, 1948: Establishments, receipts, taxes, pay roll, and personnel 4.25 

Billiard and pool parlors 4.25 

Bowling alleys 4.25 

Motion picture theaters, regular 4.26 

P. 0. - 32 - S 4.01 



CITY SIZE 

Table 4A.— CITY SIZE— SELECTED SERVICES— UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948 

ESIABLISHMENTS, RECEIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PeRSONNCI 



4.03 



Kind ot" business, and city size 
(number of inhabitants? 



Per6onal, business, and 
repair services, total. 

Cities of— 

500,000 or mope 

250,000 to «9,iW9. . 
100,000 to 2i9,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to i9,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Rei&ainder or U.5 



147,876 
39,714 
51.256 
41,933 
41,601 
55,359 
38,4«3 
29,687 

113,650 



tousements-. total 50,34 7 



Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999. 

100,000 to 249,999. 

50,000 to 99,999... 

25,000 to 49,999... 

10,000 to 24,999... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remauider of U.S 



Establish' 
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(Muwber) 



Hotels, total. 



Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999. 

100,000 to 249,999. 

50,000 to 99,999... 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



8,497 
2,406 
3,332 
2,876 
3,352 
4,976 
3,979 
3,602 
17,327 

29,650 



PERSOKAL, BUSINESS, AND 
REPAIR SERVICES 

Personal sTvic-s, total 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

25C.0O^ Iri 499,999.. 
irO. fn to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,C0C to 9.999 

2.50r to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Barber, beauty sliops, total. 

Cities of— 

500,000 or BkDre 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



3,838 
1,808 
2,115 
2,034 
2,288 
3,072 
2,471 
2,325 
9,699 



99,256 
24, 572 
32,291 
27,150 
27,121 
36,406 
25,773 
20,085 
59,331 



169,081 



Barber shops 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999.... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Beauty shops 

Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 

100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999.... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Barber and beauty sbops 
cottbined 

Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Reaiainder of U.S 



39, 512 
11,494 
15,384 
13,308 
13,522 
18,129 
12,927 
10,130 
34,675 

91,993 

21,516 
5,948 
8,191 
6,928 
6,916 
9,392 
6,767 
5,412 

20,923 

74,497 

17,554 
5,320 
6,911 
6,192 
6,391 
8,479 
5,934 
4,543 

13,173 



2,591 

442 

226 
282 
188 
215 
258 
226 
175 
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Receipts, 

entire year 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



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3,249,166 
789,392 
917,703 
582,956 
615,458 
725,825 
418,163 
279,639 
899,860 

2,349,601 

761 , 406 
162,606 
211,303 
172,438 
207.741 
259,090 
139,160 
97,768 
338,089 



802.456 
173,691 
207,528 
178,137 
177,504 
160,411 
96,194 
71,738 
305,097 



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402, 
389, 
462, 
277, 
182, 
376, 



243,540 
68,961 
86,541 
74,886 
76,326 
94,280 
59,185 
40,753 

100, 526 

404,441 

103,510 
29,997 
39,294 
34,798 
35,430 
47,654 
31,170 
22,710 
59,878 

417,570 

135,408 
36,814 
44,419 
38,349 
38,637 
43,905 
25,779 
16,740 
37,519 

22,987 

4,622 
2,150 
2,828 
1,739 
2,259 
2,721 
2,236 
1,303 
3,129 



:, 371, 214 



1,243.890 
290,181 
119,228 
232,024 
204,013 
220,985 
115,145 
69,415 
176,333 

610,034 



239,785 
44,687 
53.047 
40,523 
51,930 
63,221 
28,298 
19,377 
69,166 

^60,004 

273,788 
53,760 
66,482 
55,086 
50,573 
44,171 
24,588 
18,142 
73.414 



535,635 
164,279 
190,370 
151,646 
146,887 
160,578 
67,338 
51,989 
93,810 



278, 982 

90,531 
25,803 
31,436 
26,163 
26, 758 
30,666 
18,095 
10,840 
18,690 

126,012 

34,413 
10,753 
13,538 
11,957 
12,341 
15,866 
9,927 
6,495 
10,722 

143,274 

54,133 
14,086 
16,570 
13,446 
13,345 
13,622 
7,186 
3,822 
7,064 

9,696 

1,985 
964 

1,328 
760 

1,072 

1,178 
982 
523 
904 



Active 

propne- 

tors." 

November 

(Number) 



574,610 



147,807 
39,931 
50,894 
42,519 
42,722 
58,421 
40,861 
31,578 

119,877 

37,874 



5,918 
1,766 
2.297 
1,946 
2,274 
3,281 
2,710 
2,705 
14,977 

26,411 



2,727 
1,489 
1,625 
1,608 
1,890 
2.583 
2,267 
2,246 
9,976 



100,967 
24,956 
32,144 
27.417 
27, 572 
38,022 
27,124 
21,153 
61,213 



174,059 

40,638 
11,759 
15,526 
13,655 
13,927 
19,045 
13,564 
10,602 
35, X3 

95,970 

22,288 
6,129 
8,421 
7,187 
7,321 

10,113 
7,275 
5,796 

21,440 

75,111 

17,853 
5,372 
6,808 
6,255 
6,357 
8,624 
6,028 
4,601 

13,213 



497 
258 
297 
213 
249 
303 
261 
205 
690 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



488.313 
134,282 
157,991 
117,411 
107.023 
122,029 
70, 147 
43,477 
101,823 

341,931 



98,420 
24,135 
32,391 
26,854 
29, 242 
41.434 
22,862 
16,940 
49,653 

398,293 



149,255 
38,085 
45,923 
37,506 
34,399 
31,365 
18.509 
12,555 
30,696 



851,024 



252,295 

103,141 
83,103 
81,95; 
94,357 
56,466 
34,753 
60.096 



157,164 



47,084 
14,045 
17,786 
15,068 
15,047 
17,722 
11,132 
7,010 
12,270 

64,509 

17,581 
5,390 
6.866 
5,946 
5,946 
7,710 
5,187 
3,611 
6,272 

87,290 

28,450 
8,102 

10,178 
8,678 
8,551 
9,383 
5,407 
3,083 
5,458 

5,365 

1,053 
553 
742 
444 
550 
629 
538 
316 
540 



Pay roll, 
worlrweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(Dollim) 



24,354,820 
5,744.948 
6,277,538 
4,542,336 
4,082,271 
4,436,334 
2,322,759 
1,406,726 
3,660.754 

11,551,185 



4.774,248 
861,430 
993,489 
795,022 
922,865 

1.196,505 
514, 570 
359,522 

1,133,534 

12,448,752 



n.a 
n.a 
n.a 
n.a 
n.a 
n.a 
n.a 
n.a 
n.a 



31,357,304 



10,602,636 
3,249,876 
3,715,202 
2,949,534 
2,921,678 
3,198,881 
1,754,447 
1,053,089 
1,911,961 



5,658.684 



1,834,535 
519,967 
633,525 
530,030 
542,811 
623,275 
367,374 
221,155 
386,012 

2,557,296 

696, 320 
217,130 
273,474 
241,170 
250,235 
323,008 
202,257 
132,219 
221,483 

2,907,787 

1,098,972 
282,994 
332,646 
273,310 
271,729 
276, 679 
146,052 
78,768 
146,637 

193,601 

39, 243 
19,843 
27,405 
15,550 
20,847 
23,588 
19,065 
10,168 
17,892 



Kind of business, and aty size 
(number of inhabitants) 



PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 
REPAIR SERVICES— Con. 

Personal services— Con. 
Cleaning, dyeing plants, total 
Cities of— 

5G J . 000 or morp 

25n.0O0 to 499,099 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

(exc. rug cleaning) 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Synthetic solvent 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Petroleum solvent 

Cities of— 

5(X),000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 
50,000 to 99,999.... 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999.... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Both synthetic and 
petroleum solvent 

Cities of— 

500,0(30 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Rug cleaning, repairing 

plants 

Cities of— 

500,0(X1 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999.... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Funeral service 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50.000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,(X)0 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,50(3 to 4,999 

Ronainder of U.S 

Laundries, laundry service, 

total 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,0<X) to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



25,534 



3.471 
1,566 
2,060 
1,944 
2,239 
3,399 
2,717 
2,273 
5,865 

24,017 

2,968 
1,423 
1,368 
1,764 
2,084 
3,266 
2,666 
2,250 
5,728 

4,757 

1,387 
335 
398 
366 
405 
489 
311 
208 
858 

18,491 

1,467 
1,020 
1,383 
1,332 
1,602 
2,658 
2,293 
1,997 
4,739 



114 
68 
87 
66 
77 

119 
62 
45 

131 



503 
143 
192 
180 
155 
133 
51 
23 
137 



3,180 
676 
1,194 
1,157 
1,364 
2,323 
2,089 
1,84« 
4,846 

19,182 

9,133 
1,254 
1,663 
1,437 
1,318 
1,594 
1,032 
703 
1.048 



Receipts, 
entire year 



(Thousand 
dollari) 



844,357 



200,173 
73.702 
90,411 
82,403 
87,911 

104,733 
63 . 635 
45,213 
96,175 

807,673 

181,063 
59,214 
86,350 
79,304 
85,718 

103,338 
53,240 
45,047 
94,399 

139,587 

50,670 
11.973 
11,535 
12,773 
12,301 
12,986 
7,599 
5,088 
14,662 

627,064 

121,153 
52,324 
67,938 
61,396 
58,625 
85,533 
54,127 
39,180 
76,788 

41,022 

9,240 
4,917 
6,877 
5,135 
4,792 
4,819 
1,514 
779 
2,949 

36,584 

19,110 
4,488 
4,051 
3,099 
2,193 
1.395 
395 
155 
1,777 

572,355 



133, 564 
38,029 
52,905 
50,564 
51,731 
75,021 
53,793 
38,939 
77,809 

1,257,987 

486,489 
144,274 
158,665 
119,478 
106,691 
107,831 
54.686 
28,386 
41,487 



Pay roll, 
entile year 



(Thowand 
dolldTt) 



399,434 



101,165 
37,020 
44,871 
41,179 
42,852 
48,898 
27,115 
18,363 
37,971 

385.155 

93,102 
35,213 
43,356 
40,102 
42,179 
48,490 
27,0Ci4 
18,334 
37,375 

51,678 

23,172 
5,354 
5,079 
5,936 
5,565 
5,692 
3,074 
2,193 
5,613 

303,181 

65,260 
27,299 
34,972 
31,582 
34,154 
40,310 
23,234 
15,823 
30,537 



20,296 

4,670 
2,560 
3,305 
2,584 
2,450 
2,488 
695 
318 
1,225 

14,279 

8,063 

1,807 

1,515 

1,077 

673 

408 

111 

29 

595 

90,019 



23,279 

7,921 
10, 126 
8,812 
8,757 
11,294 
7,382 
4,696 
7,752 

520,559^ 

230,416 
73,886 
83, 537 
60,341 
54,850 
55,348 
27,437 
13, 963 
20,781 



Active 

proprie- 
tors.* 
November 



(Number) 



28,148 



3.607 
1,697 
2,205 
2,051 
2.532 
3.868 
3,056 
2,558 
6,574 

25,601 

3.137 
1,539 
2,012 
1,867 
2,364 
3,727 
3,000 
2,528 
6,427 

5,384 

1,541 
368 
447 
415 
487 
563 
351 
240 
971 

20,399 

1,469 
1,096 
1,472 
1.384 
1,802 
3,045 
2.580 
2,234 
5,317 



818 

127 
75 
93 
67 
75 

119 
69 
54 

139 



1,547 

470 
158 
193 
184 
168 
141 
56 
30 
147 



2,849 
660 
1,160 
1,179 
1,324 
2,397 
2,217 
1,980 
5,026 

18,674 



9,410 
1,171 
1,412 
1,257 
1,113 
1,417 
1,061 
749 
1,084 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(Number) 



.^10.025 



45,396 
17,773 
23,331 
21,376 
22,705 
27,289 
16,701 
11,503 
23,852 

203,857 

42,080 
17,036 
22,621 
20,864 
22,381 
27,065 
16,652 
11,583 
23,584 

30,527 

10,436 
2,559 
2,593 
2,953 
2,781 
3,142 
1,675 
1,093 
3,295 

162,841 

29,161 
13,262 
18,402 
16,615 
18,221 
22,685 
14, 576 
10,295 
19,624 

10,499 

2,483 

1,215 

1,626 

1,296 

1,379 

1,239 

4(01 

195 

665 



3,116 
737 
710 
512 
324 
223 
49 
20 
268 

40,726 



8,554 
3,158 
4,074 
3,558 
3,816 
5,318 
4,058 
2,870 
5,190 

329,728 



Payroll. 

wtvkweek 
ended 
nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Dolbrs) 



7,972,704 



1,998,352 

717,252 
883,919 
811,969 
853,363 
981,020 
552,974 
378,625 
795,219 

7,688,985 

1,833,739 
683,258 
855,183 
790,927 
840,712 
972,295 
550,881 
377,916 
784,053 

1,247,834 

465,815 
103,979 
101,880 
118,801 
110,558 
121,390 
60,354 
44,529 
119,528 

6,042,553 

1,270,830 
530,059 
689,474 
621,900 
583,105 
804,045 
476,610 
327,044 
639,496 



398,588 

96,094 
49,230 
63,829 
50,226 
47,049 
46,861 
13,917 
5,343 
25,039 

283,719 

164,623 

33,984 

28,735 

21,042 

12,651 

8,724 

2,093 

710 

11,156 

1,750,831 



105,357 
38,529 
45,362 

33,419 
31,465 
34,014 
19,095 
9,925 
12,552 



451,463 
154,321 
193,205 
168,668 
171,332 
218,714 
146,108 
93,148 
153,872 

11,899,071 

4,429,835 
1,442,759 

1,573,438 

1,121,031 

1,057,238 

1,069,332 

532,400 

269,214 

393,824 



See footnotes at end or table. 



4.04 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES-GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 4A.— CITY SIZE— SELECTED SERVICES— UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS; 1948— Continued 











Establishments, Recbipts 


Pay Roll, and Personnel 














Kind of buflincM, and dty size 


Establish- 


Receipts, 
entire year 


PayroU, 
entire year 


Active 
propne- 


Paid 

employees, 

worlcwedc 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 


Payroll, 

worirwcck 

ended 


Kind of business, and city stK 


Establish- 


Receipts, 
entire year 


PayroU, 
entire year 


Active 

propric' 

tors.* 

NovTmbex 


Pa«i 

empbyeea, 

WGckweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 


Pay roll. 

workweek 

ended 


(number of inhabitants; 




{Thousand 


(TTiouidtid 


Novemba 


nearest 
Nov. 15 


(number of inhabitants) 




{Thousand 


{Thousand 


nearest 
Nov. 15 




Wumber) 


dolhrs) 


dolloTs) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


(Dolian) 




(Number) 


doltars) 


doUars) 


(Number; 


(Number) 


(Dolliri) 


PERSOKAL, BUSINESS, AND 














PERSONAL BUSDffiSS, AND 














REPAIR SERVICES— Con. 




























Personal services— Con, 














Personal services — Con. 
Laundries, etc.— Con. 














Laundries, etc. — Con, 














Diaper service— Con. 
















6,783 
1,250 


913,036 
289,754 


501,646 
162,623 


5,569 
867 


272,495 
74,727 


9,604,700 
3,lJ0,596 


With power laundry 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 


318 
53 


23,408 
10,265 


9,408 
4,445 


284 

24 


4,377 
1,860 


184,219 


cities of— 


34,412 


250,000 to 499 999.... 


498 


106,015 


58.314 


375 


30,945 


1,130.031 


250,000 to 499,999.. 




3,067 


1,199 


30 




23,647 




688 


121,968 


67,593 


431 


37,060 


1,269,170 


100,000 to 249,999.. 














50,000 to 99,999 


601 


90,259 


50,418 


427 


28,416 


942,691 


50,000 to 99,999.... 


56 


3,152 


1,207 


33 


566 


22,830 




679 


92,849 


51,025 


479 


29,260 


939, 852 


25,000 to 49,999 














10,000 to 24,999 


1,031 


96,584 


52,207 


865 


32,265 


1,009,157 


10,000 to 24,999 


39 


837 


275 


45 


161 


5,699 


5,000 to 9,999 


316 


52.056 


26,791 


847 


18,664 


519,304 


5,000 to 9,999 




263 










2,500 to 4,999 


573 


27,428 


13,700 


616 


9,754 


265,312 
















Remainder of U.S 


647 


36,123 


18,975 


662 


11,394 


358,587 


Remainder of U.S 


20 


























Without power laundry. . . 


66 


2.479 


653 


49 


308 


12,754 


With cleaning and dyeing 


2,840 


517,933 


293,222 


2,201 


163,899 


5,537,733 


Cities of— 














Cities of— 














500,000 or more 


14 


1,451 


444 


5 


160 


8,123 


500,000 or more 


292 


112,018 


67,162 


159 


31,263 


1,273,180 


250,000 to 499,999.. 


6 


168 


34 


3 


21 


763 


250,000 to 499,999.. 


237 


70,325 


40,442 


174 


21,727 


767,943 


100,000 to 249,999.. 


11 


323 


67 


9 


48 


1,357 


100,000 to 249,999.. 


292 


76,634 


43.566 


146 


24,128 


810,794 


50,000 to 99,999 


6 


HI 


30 


5 


21 


568 


50,000 to 99,999 


267 


59,955 


34,042 


146 


19,202 


636,113 


25,000 to 49,999 


13 


204 


49 


9 


34 


1,089 


25,000 to 49,999 


329 


60,375 


33,383 


201 


19,357 


658,223 


10,000 to 24,999 


7 


101 


7 


6 


8 


431 


10,000 to 24,999.... 


517 


64,794 


35,375 


416 


21,739 


684,557 


5,000 to 9,999 


3 


45 


11 


5 


9 


208 


5,000 to 9,999 


429 


36,004 


18,768 


445 


12,973 


364,166 


2,500 to 4,999 














2,500 to 4,999 


252 


16,403 


8,503 


279 


6,054 


164,396 


Remainder of U.S 


6 


76 


11 


7 


T 


215 


RflBfl1iif1<»r or tI.,S 


225 


20,925 


11,981 


235 


6,901 


228,351 






























Laundries (exc. power),... 














Without cleaning and 


3,555 


318,031 


176,452 


3,059 


94,334 


3,388,556 


Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 


7,369 
599 


60,053 
3,341 


13,027 
794 


3,250 
643 


8,489 
687 


266,980 


Cities of 


16,553 




823 


133,247 


76,560 


618 


35,399 




100,000 to 249,999 


723 


3,772 


834 


803 


872 


17,409 


250,000 to 499,999.. 


203 


24,428 


13, 396 


153 


7,336 


274,355 


50,000 to 99,999 














100,000 to 249,000.. 


352 


37,844 


21,188 


255 


11,527 




25,000 to 49,999 














50,000 to 99,999 


304 


27,110 


15,044 


260 


8,614 


281,270 


10,000 to 24,999 






681 








25.000 to 49,999 


314 


27,116 


15,687 


249 






5,000 to 9,999 














10,000 to 24.999 


489 


30,234 


16,180 


421 


10,067 


311,513 


2,500 to 4,999 


123 


683 


170 








5,000 to 9,999 


369 


15,521 


7,779 


386 


5,511 


149,355 


Remainder of U.S 














2,500 to 4,999 


308 


9,327 


4,399 


328 


3.314 


85,008 


Photographic studios (inc. 














Remainder of U.S 


393 


13,204 


6,219 


389 


4,111 


112,606 


commercial photo), total... 
Cities of— 


14,712 


212,025 


57,870 


14,410 


27,609 


1,206,853 
















Industrial laundries 


388 


77,072 


31,972 


309 


14,262 


628,411 




3,364 
1,064 


86,514 
19,433 


29,921 
5,754 


3,742 
1,024 


11,109 
2,923 


610,302 


Cities of— 


250,000 to 499,999 


120,862 


500,000 or more 


135 


44,489 


18,901 


90 


3,060 


366,504 


100,000 to 249,999 


1,465 


22,690 


6,217 


1,286 


3,314 


133,959 


250,000 io 499,999.. 


58 


11,262 


4,476 


48 


1,832 


87,228 


50,000 to 99,999 


1,302 


18,406 


4,418 


1,171 


2,601 


92,444 


100,000 to 249,999.. 


44 


7,490 


2,839 


30 


1,405 


57,771 


25,000 to 49,999 


1,343 


17,133 


3,871 


1,277 


2,347 


81,652 


50,000 to 99,999 


30 


3,194 


1,332 


21 


600 


25,303 


10,000 to 24,999 


1,893 


20,019 


3,807 


1,985 


2,481 


82,893 


25,000 to 49,999 


36 
25 
18 

13 


4,858 

1,556 

531 

1,693 


1,955 
652 
244 
798 


29 
28 

16 
9 


948 
409 
130 
396 


39,202 

13,082 

5,783 

15,903 




1,408 
1,046 
1,322 


12,180 
7,370 
3,280 


1,752 

373 

1,257 


1,472 
1,090 
1,363 


1,293 
721 
820 


38,052 


10,000 to 24,999 


2,500 to 4,999 


19,741 


5,000 to 9,999 




26,948 


2,500 to 4,999 






Remainder of U.S. ..... 


29 


1 994 


775 


38 


382 


17,630 


Photographic studios 


























(exc. commercial photo).. 


11,549 


147,113 


35,993 


11,227 


19,756 




Linen supply service 


1,176 


238,203 


91,101 


675 


39,877 


1,731 962 


Cities of— 




























500,000 or more 














500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.... 


447 
114 


124,966 
31,683 


49,877 
13,545 


264 
120 


20, 131 
6,334 


949,724 
271 765 


250,000 to 499,999.... 
100,000 to 249,999 


802 

1,147 


14,504 
17,316 


4,356 
4,339 


736 
979 


2,264 
2,503 


91,436 
93,618 


100,000 to 249,999 


180 


38, 695 










50,000 to 99,999 


1,074 


15,599 


3,305 


946 


2,231 




50,000 to 99,999 


155 


22,277 


7,970 


57 


3 747 


139 666 


25,000 to 49,999 


1,141 


14,392 


3,182 


1,071 


2,007 


68,891 


25,000 to 49,999 


118 












10,000 to 24,999 


1,620 


17,122 


3,176 


1,639 


2,089 




10,000 to 24,999 


103 


7,369 


2,178 


37 


1 046 


40 559 


5,000 to 9,999 


1,216 


10,567 


1,513 


1,273 


1,117 


32,981 


5,000 to 9,999 


23 


1,006 


268 


7 








906 


6,310 


733 




609 


16,324 


2,500 to 4,999 


7 


275 


93 


6 


27 


770 


Remainder of U.S 


1,099 


6,140 


721 


1,135 


526 


15,313 


Remainder of U.S 


29 


2,543 


1,017 


15 


533 


18,037 


Commercial photography. . . . 
Cities of— 


3,163 


64,907 


21,877 


3,133 


7,853 


427,556 


With power laundry 


561 


174,520 


75,549 


396 


33,699 


1,437,018 


500,000 or more 


1,320 


41,346 


15,758 


1,288 


4,719 


299,299 


Cities of— 














250,000 to 499,999.... 


262 


4,929 


1,398 


288 


659 


29,376 


500,000 or more 


231 


93,417 


41,350 


120 


16,932 


786,740 


100,000 to 249,999.... 


318 


5,374 


1,878 


307 


811 


40,341 


250,000 to 499,999.. 


68 


27,081 


12,173 


99 


5,763 


246,266 


50,000 to 99,999 


228 


2,807 


613 


225 


350 


12,705 


100,000 to 249,999.. 


104 


29,089 


11,677 


30 


5,810 


218,841 


25,000 to 49,999 


202 


2,741 


689 


206 


340 


12,761 


50,000 to 99,999 


65 


15,143 


6,483 


32 


3,124 


111,904 


10,000 to 24,999 


278 


2,897 


631 


296 


392 


12,951 


25,000 to 49,999 


34 


3,600 


1,374 


26 


304 


28,867 


5,000 to 9,999 


192 


1,613 


239 


199 


176 


5,071 


10,000 to 24,999 


33 


3,475 


1,303 


20 


653 


24,267 


2,500 to 4,999 


140 


1,060 


135 


146 


112 


3.417 


5,000 to 9,999 


5 


430 


186 


3 


102 


3,467 


Remainder of \}.S 


223 


2,140 


536 


228 


294 


11,635 


2,500 to 4,999 


4 


204 


82 






















Remainder of U.S 


17 
615 


2,081 
63,683 


921 
15,552 


10 
279 


484 
6,178 


16,105 
294,944 


Pressing, alteration, 
garment repair shops, total 
Cities of— 

500,000 or more 


47,383 


365,661 


67,704 


49,783 


41,893 


1,459,696 


Without power laundry. . . 
Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 


23,128 


178,934 


32,729 


23,916 


19,230 


709,076 


216 
46 
76 
90 
84 
70 
18 


31,549 
4,602 
9,606 
7,134 
5,789 
3,894 
576 


8,527 
1,372 
1,872 
1,487 
1,230 
875 
82 


144 
21 
28 
25 
35 
17 


3,199 
566 
747 
623 
551 
393 
40 


162,984 
25,499 
34,944 
27,762 
23,528 
16,292 
1,744 


250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 '. 


4,447 
4,965 
3,572 
2,976 
3,231 
1,572 
986 


32,974 
35,296 
28,160 
21,708 
25,998 
12,805 
7,759 


6,218 
6,529 
5,143 
3,959 
5,045 
2,339 
1,569 


4,652 

5,124 
3,724 
3,078 
3,332 
1,655 
1,035 


3,845 
4,256 
3,207 
2,6M 
3,302 
1,694 
1,088 


134,321 
139,663 
110,384 
85,328 
106,541 
53,829 
34,463 






2,500 to 4,999 


3 


71 


11 




Remainder of U.S 


3,011 


22,027 


3,933 


3,247 


2,641 


86,089 




Remainder of U.S 


12 


462 


96 


5 


54 


1.982 


Pressing, alteration, 
garment repair shops 














Diaper service 






10,061 


333 


4,685 


196,973 












1,244,842 


Cities of— 






Cities of— 












500,000 or more 


67 


11,716 


4,889 


29 


2,020 


92, 535 


500,000 or more 


21,797 


150,239 


27,120 


22,342 


16,558 


367,934 


250,000 to 499,999 


43 


3,235 


1,233 


33 


563 


24,410 


250,000 to 499,999.... 


4,252 


29,224 


5,443 


4,461 


3,399 


112,529 




72 


4,230 


1,561 


70 


873 


33,074 


100,000 to 249,999 


4,746 


31,475 


5,818 


4,913 


3,847 


122,499 


50,000 to 99,999 


62 


3,263 


1,237 


38 


587 


23,398 


50,000 to 99,999 


3,353 


24,199 


4,469 


3,508 


2,834 


94,203 


25,000 to 49,999 


57 


1,550 


545 


32 


270 


11,022 


25,000 to 49,999 


2,835 


19,439 


3,595 


2,931 


2,397 


76,471 




46 


988 


282 


31 


169 


6,130 


10,000 to 24,999 


3,092 


23,968 


4,803 


3,203 


3,128 


100,461 




11 


308 


107 


14 


73 


2,243 


5,000 to 9,999 


1,532 


12,211 


2,471 


1,616 


1,636 


51 , 392 
















2,500 to 4,999 


977 


7,648 


1,560 


1,026 


1,077 


34,218 




26 
Le. 


597 


207 


26 


130 


4,161 


Remainder of U.S 


2,970 


21,725 


3,918 


3,201 


2,612 


85,133 


See footnotes at tod of tab 





CITY SIZE 



4.05 



Table 4A.— CITY SIZE— SELECTED SERVICES— UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1 948— Continued 



Establishments, Receipts, Pay Roll, and PsusoNNtL 



_ . , . I Receipts, 
Kind of business, jnJ city sia \ ^^ { ="'« V'^f 
(number of inhabitants,) | 

(Thousand 
'.J^.iii.tKr) dolhrs) 



PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 
REPAIR SERVICES— Con. 

Personal services — Con. 

Pressing, alteration, 
garment repair, etc. — Con. 

FXiT repair, storage shops. 
Cities of~ 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 2i9,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Shoe repair shops, shoe 
shine parlors, hat cleaning 
shops, total 



Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999. 

100,000 to 249,999. 

50,000 to 99,999... 

25,000 to 49,999... 

10,000 to 24,999... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Shoe repair shops 

Cities of — 

500,000 o.- more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Renainder of U.S 



Shoe shine parlors 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999... 
100,000 to 249,999... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Hat cleaning shops 

Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999. 
100,000 to 249,999. 
50,000 to 99,999... 
25,000 to 49,999... 
10,000 to 24,999... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

■Remainder of U.S 



Miscellaneous personal 
services, total 



Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999. 

100,000 to 249,999. 

50,000 to 99,999... 

25,000 to 49,999... 

10,000 to 24,999... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Renaijider of U.S 



Self-service laundries. 

Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999. 
100,000 to 249,999. 
50,000 to 99,999... 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Miscellaneous personal 

services, n.e.c 

Cities of — 

MO, 000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.... 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Sensi.'^.der of U.S 



2,334 

1,331 

195 

219 

219 

141 

139 

40 

9 

41 



44,151 



13,408 
3,085 
4,311 
3,497 
3,445 
4,486 
3,052 
2,378 
6,489 

39,763 

11,659 
2.597 
3.677 
3,101 
3,056 
4,032 
2,888 
2,327 
6,426 

2,962 

1,163 
348 
407 
243 
237 
333 
134 
43 
54 

1,426 

586 I 
140 I 
227 I 
153 I 
152 j 
121 
30 I 



45,513 

28.695 

3,750 

3,821 

3,961 

2,249 

2,030 

594 

111 

302 



62,871 
18,085 
24,383 
20,205 
20,009 
25,387 
16,145 
11,101 
20,614 

202,176 

56, 192 
15,977 
21,733 
16,540 
18,542 
23.993 
15,794 
10,986 
20,419 

6,668 

2,421 
775 
964 
690 
558 
836 
245 
95 
84 

9,956 

4.258 

1,333 

1,686 

975 

909 

558 

106 

20 

111 



124,006 



3.56C 
9o„ 

1.249 
933 
914 

1,346 
976 
723 

2,075 

8,523 

1,518 
543 
671 
571 
582 

1.147 
896 
674 

1,921 



4,239 

2,042 
443 
578 
362 
332 
199 
80 
49 
154 



55,672 
12,487 
11,238 
8,185 
8,365 
9,553 
5,454 
3,130 
9,922 

65,409 

18,483 
5,251 

6,719 
5,807 
5.434 
8.413 
4,938 
2,934 
7,430 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thomand 
Jollari) 



8,507 

5.609 

775 

711 

674 

364 

242 

88 

9 

35 



11,310 
4,169 
5,115 
3.893 
3,792 
3,797 
2,018 
1,115 
1,200 

32,711 

9,648 
3,616 
4,497 
3.571 
3.527 
3,616 
1,988 
1,108 
1,140 

1,166 

449 

137 

202 

124 

111 

109 

22 

7 

5 

2,532 



1,213 

416 

416 

198 

154 

72 

8 

(2) 

55 



31,555 



16,284 
3,508 
2,539 
1,697 
2,048 
1,723 
980 
570 
2,206 



Active 
proprie- 
tors," 
November 

(^(^nlbeT) 



,374 

191 

211 

216 

147 

149 

39 

9 

46 



44,282 



13,561 
3,044 
4,231 
3,462 
3,417 
4,587 
3,088 
2,399 
6,493 

39,701 

11,743 
2,527 
3,569 
3,042 
3,015 
4,105 
2,923 
2.349 
6,426 

3,020 

1,176 
361 
419 
251 
234 
349 
133 
42 
55 

1,561 

642 
156 
243 
169 
168 
133 
32 



12,420 



Piid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(^lumber) 



4,405 

2,672 

446 

409 

373 

233 

174 

58 

11 

29 



22,900 



6,299 
2,466 
3,205 
2,496 
2.46C 
2,701 
1,525 
847 
901 

19,191 

4,999 
1,932 
2,533 
2,072 
2,093 
2,396 
1,463 
831 
872 

1,690 

524 
195 
307 
221 
184 
188 
51 
U 



2,019 

776 
339 
365 

203 
183 
117 

11 
3 

22 

20,976 



3,244 I 
949 

1,200 
918 
904 ' 

1,371 

1.011 
/■40 , 

2,083 , 



9,246 
2,121 
1,813 
1,268 
1,483 
1,530 
958 
689 
1,870 



Ply roll, 
wort week 
ended 
neuest 
Nov 15 

(Dollars) 



11,975 8,593 ; 10,379 



3,382: 
1,088 
1,298 
1,114 
1,033 
1,525, 
827 
528 
1,180 



1,498 
548 
651 
581 
581 

1,171 
934 
693 

1,936 



2,352 
888 

1,044 
927 
888 

1,420 
872 
651 

1,337 



58,597 1 19,580 1 3,827 I 10,599] 



37,189 
7,236 
4,519 
2,378 
2,931 
1,140 
515 
196 
2,492 



12,902 i 

2.420 

1,241 ' 

583! 

1,015 I 

1981 

153 

42 

1.026 



1,746 ' 
401 

549 I 
337 : 
323 ' 
200 
77 : 
47 : 

147 



6,894 ; 

1,233 I 

769 I 

341 1 

595 

110 I 

86 I 

38 

533 



214,854 

141,142 

21,792 

17,164 

16,179 

8,857 

6,080 

2,437 

247 

956 



229,899 
82,141 

102,574 
77,452 
76,328 
78,216 
41,365 
23,216 
25,176 

659,885 

195,841 
70,614 
89,643 
71,079 
70,907 
74,068 
40,744 
23,056 
23,933 

24,605 

9,265 

2,996 

4,525 

2,523 

2,242 

2,306 

455 

153 

140 

51,877 

;i 
24,793 
8,531 
8,406 \ 
3,850 'I 
3,179 ii 
1,842 
166 
7 
1,103 



673,098 



Kind of business, and aty size 
(number of inhabitants] 



PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 
REPAIR SERVICES— Con. 

Personal services — Con. 

Misc. personal services — Con. 

Misc. services, n.e.c. — Con. 

Costume and dress suit 
rental agencies 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Turkish baths, massage 

parlors 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999. 

100,000 to 249,999. 

50,000 to 99,999... 

25/000 to 49,999... 

10,000 to 24,999... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Other miscellaneous 
personal services, n.e.c 
Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



339,164 
78,253 
54,919 
37,556 
43,626 
38,890 
22,345 
13,524 
44,821 

277,157 

75,346 
28,209 
29,710 
25,644 
23,720 
34.943 
19,224 
12,733 
27,628 



395,941 

263.818 

50,044 

25,209 

11,912 

19,906 

3,947 

3,121 

791 

17,193 



Electrolysis 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more. 
250,000 to 499,999 
100,000 to 249,999 
50,000 to 99,999.. 
25,000 to 49,999.. 
10,000 to 24,999.. 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999.... 

Remainder of U.S.... 

Miscellaneous personal 

services, n.e.c 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more. 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

20,000 to 99,999. 

25,000 to 49,999. 

10,000 to 24,999. 

5,000 to 9,999... 

2,500 to 4,999... 
Remainder of U.S.. . 

Business services, total 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Esablish- 
mcnts 



(>liimbet) 



Advertising, total 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999. 

100,000 to 249,999. 

50,000 to 99,999... 

25,000 to 49,999... 

10,000 to 24,999... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Advertising agencies. 



500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999. 
100,000 to 249,999. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999... 
10,000 to 24,999... 

5;000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 



314 
46 
74 
39 
20 
10 
3 



403 
136 
192 
136 
180 
126 
44 
30 
58 

2,424 

1,325 

261 

312 

187 

132 

63 

33 

19 

92 



215 

23 

36 

22 

14 

3 

1 

1 

3 

2,106 

1,110 

238 

276 

165 

118 

60 

32 

18 

89 



Receipts, 
entire year 

{Thouiand 
dollaTs) 



10.117 

6,647 

1 420 

1.213 

504 

220 

64 

32 

17 



9,867 

4,947 
769 
889 
584 

1.726 
424 
148 
105 
275 

38,613 

25,595 

5,047 

2.417 

1,290 

985 

652 

336 

91 

2.200 

1.340 

1,045 
85 
122 
37 
22 
4 
U) 
M 
(x) 

37,273 

24,550 
4.962 
2,295 
1,253 
963 
648 
(x) 
M 
M 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



(Thotwand 
dolldri) 



Acuve 
proprie- 
tors,* 
November 



(Number) 



32,007,1,629,513 701,226 



13 . 996 
3,188 
3,807 
2,764 
2,455 
2,300 
1,138 
598 
1,761 



2.845 

2.046 
419 
241 
109 

21 
1 



M 



1,857 

194 

179 

88 

715 

50 

23 

17 

58 

13,554 

8,999 
1.807 
821 
386 
279 
147 
122 
25 
968 

271 

234 
21 
10 
(:) 



M 
M 
(x) 

13,283 

8,765 

1,786 
all 
386 
279 
147 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 



1,102,065 

151,335 

146,920 

75,023 

55,650 

43,297 I 

15,360' 

8,397 

31,466 1 



510,835 
63,552 
55,225 
26,565 
18,034 
12,027 
4,052 
2,369 
8.567 



311 
53 



374 
138 
195 
141 
179 
131 
43 
30 



1,998 

1,061 

210 

274 

152 

119 

57 

31 

17 

77 

307 

205 
20 
38 
22 
13 
3 
(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

1,691 

856 
190 
236 
130 
106 
54 

(x) 

(x) 

(x) 



Paid 

empbyees. 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(Number) 



1,216 



793 


38,609 


208 


8,278 


140 


5.029 


58 


2,083 


12 


369 


1 


7 


4 


167 



Pay roll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 
(DolLi-i) 



1,926 

1,088 

144 

142 

61 

383 

35 

19 

13 

41 

7,457 

5,013 
881 
487 
222 
200 
74 
63 
25 
492 

112 j 

,3 1 

10 [ 

5 I 

1 



(X) 

(x) 

(x) 

7,345 

4,920 I 
871 I 
482 : 
221 ! 
200 I 
74 t 

(x) 

(x) 

M 



63,793 

37,587 

4,130 

3,720 

1.683 

13 , 389 

1,040 

595 

171 

1,278 

277.606 

187.622 

37,636 

16,460 

7.946 

6,148 

2,900 

2,359 

620 

15,915 

5,363 

4,588 

439 

221 

5 



(x) 
(x) 
(x) 

272,243 

183,034 
37,197 
16,239 
7,941 
6,148 
2,900 
(X) 
(x) 
(x) 



27,918 242,982 13,572,326 



11,781 
2,821 
3,190 
2,364 
2,224 
2,142 
1,105 
567 
1,724 



161,633 

24,297 I 

23,427 

12,015 

7,999 

6,033 

2,003 

1,224 

4,351 



9,807,060 

1,240,564 

1,080,460 

529,806 

359,610 

249,012 

75,750 

43,085 

165.978 



r 



5,985: 652,0631 290,765 4,430! 72,975 5,528,726 



3,630 
670 
639 
336 
288 
198 , 
69 
40 
116 

3,279 



504,606 
50,379 
50,431 
17, 981 
12,815; 
9,852 
1,703 I 
756' 
3,530 
394,872 



242,649 

17,687 

16,801 I 

5,325 i 

4,114 i 

2,382 I 

525 

188 

894 



,559 
558 
480 
258 
219 
159 I 
63 ' 
37 ' 
97 ' 



56, 729 

5,346 

5,565 

1,910 

1,440 

1,176 

261 

113 

435 



194,342 2,469 38,739 



2,147 i 334,935 1 172,858! 1,485' 32,622 



397 
373 

168 I 
107 j 
40 



Remainder of U.S. 



23,607 

20,469 

8,000 

5,404 

1,551 

194 

97 

515 



9,433 

7,333 j 

2,300 ' 

1,721 I 

469 I 

54| 

12 I 

152 I 



373 - 
307 I 
142 i 

65; 

32 

10 ' 
8 I 

27 



2,429 

2,112 

733 

538 

173 

49 

19 

64 



4,601,819 

33->.853 

324, 76o 

103,121 

79,441 

52,248 

10,350 

3,461 

19,667 

3,655,756 

3,235,131 

179,128 

145,134 

45,706 

34,130 

9,958 

1,140 

299 

4,130 



cotnotes at end ,.' table 



4.06 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES-GENERAL STATISTICS 



TabJe 4A.— CITY SIZE- 



-SELECTED SERVICES— UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

ESTABLISHMKNTS, RECEIPTS, Pay RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



Kind of Su5in<:ss, and city size 
(nuir.bet of mliabiunts) 



PERSONAL, BUSINISS, AND 
RIFAIR SERVICES— Con. 

Business services — Con. 

Advertising— Con. 

Outdoor advertising servloe 
Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50.000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Miscellaneous advertising 

service 

Cities of — 

500,000 or mere 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 tc 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Consumer credit reporting 
agencies, mercantile report- 
ing agencies, adjustment and 
collection agencies, total. 

Cities of-- 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 



Duplicating, addressing, 
blueprinting, photostating. 
Balling, etc., total 



Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999. 

100,000 to 249,999. 

50,000 to 99,999... 

25,000 to 49,999... 

10,000 to 24,999... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S..t., 



Duplicating, addressing 
mailing, mailing list 
stenographic services 
Cities of-- 

500,000 or more... 
250,000 to 499,999 
100,000 to 249,999 
50,000 to 99,999 
25,000 to 49,999, 
10,000 to 24,999 
5,000 to 9,999.. 
2,500 to 4,999.. 
Remainder of U.S.. 

Duplicating, addressing, 
mailing, mailing list 

services 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 
250,000 to 499,999, 
100,000 to 249,999, 
50,000 to 99,999. 
25,000 to 49,999. 
10,000 to 24,999. 
5,000 to 9,999... 
2,500 to 4,399... 
Remainder of U.S. .. 



Public atenographlc s.?r^ 
l:es, court reporting, 

Cities of— 

500,000 or nore 
250,000 to 499,999, 
100,000 to 249,999, 
50,000 to 99,999. 
25,000 to 49,999. 
10,000 to 24,999. 
5,000 to 9,999... 
2,500 to 4,990... 

Remnlndcr of U.S. . . 



Establish- 
ments 



(Kii'ber) 



149 
81 

128 
95 

112 

122 
42 



1,909 

1.334 
192 
138 
73 
69 
36 
18 



41 



2,652 



593 
307 
400 
344 
340 
336 
191 
96 
45 



1,718 

344 

359 

262 

200 

132 

34 

11 

42 



2,430 

1,391 
281 
268 
180 
148 
89 
30 



35 



758 
149 
187 
115 
91 
53 
17 
5 
19 

1,036 

633 
132 
81 
65 
57 
36 
13 
3 
16 



See footnot'-'s ; 



Receipts, 
entire year 



(Thouidrtd 
iollars) 



114,881 

54,191 
14,476 
21,458 
7,740 
6,219 
7,456 
1,124 
232 
1,985 

142,310 

115,480 

12,296 

8,504 

2,241 

1,192 

855 

385 

427 

930 



61 , 988 

17,348 

19,069 

11,670 

5,887 

3,440 

1,349 

512 

650 



95,225 



I 



Pay roll. 
entire year 

(Thoiuand 
dollan) 



38,405 

19,140 

4,944 

7,207 

2,318 

2,062 

1,683 

411 

62 

578 

58,018 

50,851 

3,310 

2,261 

707 

331 

i30 

60 

114 

154 



60,376 



30,502 

10,719 

9,214 

5,292 

2,473 

1,359 

423 

181 

213 



67,353 

8,049 

9,595 

3,761 

2,458 

1,917 

122 

718 

747 



53,593 

19,950 

■■.,865 

3,882 

l,-,?8 

1,011 

1,043 

99 

685 

330 



43,637 

32,770 

3,662 

3,407 

1.287 

807 

684 

61 

678 

281 



.203 
475 
441 
204 I 
359 I 
38 
7 



27,306 

2,535 

2,782 

944 

633 

537 

19 

433 

262 



20, 561 

16,156 

1,535 

1.233 

467 

236 

349 

14 

433 



17 71' 1 

14,179 

1,150 

1,160 

347 

194 

231 

6 

432 

82 



1,97/ 
385 
123 



Active 
proprie- 
tors,' 
November 



T Rid r 

employees, 
worlrweeic j 

ended 

nearest 
Nov. IS 
(T^UJntcr) 



82 
42 
63 
47 
68 
90 
35 
22 
30 

1,482 

992 

143 

110 

69 

66 

37 

18 

7 

40 



1,617 



386 
179 
196 
164 
228 
225 
145 
68 
26 



1,644 

334 

362 

274 

203 

124 

33 

13 

45 



2,546 

1,422 
329 
276 
194 
157 
91 
29 



763 
177 1 
188 I 
120 
97 

15 I 
6 I 
2i 



659 I 
152 

as ' 



10, 567 

4,458 

1,331 

2,193 

734 

690 

678 

167 

40 

226 

23,669 

19,649 

1,586 

1,260 

393 

212 

325 

45 

54 

145 



12,263 

4.577 

4,437 

2,656 

1,310 

316 

288 

118 

110 



Pay roll, 
worVweelt 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(Dollan) 



704,686 

348,601 
87,734 
135,073 
41,733 
38,044 
32,264 
7,918 
1,292 
12,027 

1,168,284 

1.018,037 

66,991 

44,559 

14,682 

7,267 

10,026 

1,292 

1,870 

3,510 



1,198,351 



598,444 

207.878 

187,812 

107,700 

50,423 

30,025 

8,757 

3,705 

4,107 



120 


74 


«2| 


60 


113 


36 


8 


14 1 


1 


3 ' 


6| 


1', 



13,107 

1,106 

1,418 

586 

328 

393 

16 

220 

98 



11,827 I 

9,209 
685 
306 
357 i 
182 I 
301 I 

14 
220 

53 



10,429 

8,183 
544 
746 
285 
154 
237 

10 
220 

50 

1,398 

1,026 . 
Wl 
60 I 

72 ! 

i.3 : 



Kind of business, and aty size 
(number of inhabitants) 



543,323 

49,496 

54,405 

19,740 

13,575 

12,076 

379 

5,133 

4,828 



419,149 

332,532 

29,847 

26.379 

10,378 

5,081 

7,739 

239 

5,133 

\,m 



363,677 

292,234 

22,978 

23,790 

7,822 

4,255 

5,688 

120 

5,133 

1,657 

55,472 

40,298 
6,869 
2,539 
2,556 

826 
2,051 

it," 

H4 i 



PEHSOtlAL, DU3IMESS, AND 
REPAIR SERVICES— Con. 

Business services — Con. 

Duplicating, addressing, 
blueprinting, etc. — Con. 

Blueprinting, photo- 
stating services 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999... 

100,000 to 249,999... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Qnployment agencies, 
private, total 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

News syndicates, total 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Services to dwellings and 
other buildings, total. 

Cities of— 

500,000 or acre 

250,000 to 49', 999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Disinfecting, 
exterminating service... 
Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999... 
100,000 to 249,999... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Window cleaning service.. 
Cities of-- 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999... 

100,000 to 249,999... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U.S 

Miscellaneous services 
to dwellings and other 

bulldlnns 

Cities of— 

500, 'JfX) or mi)re 

250, (XIO to 499,999... 
UX),00ll to 249,999... 

50,000 to 99, Jill 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,9"9 

5,00-) to 9,99'i 

2,500 lo i.,v>'> 

Remainder of U..", 



R..,i,l..i, R««>pt3, ! Pay roll, 

Estabbsh- ennrcyear entire year 

ments 1 ' 

[Thu'ujnd (TTioujaiid 

(Number)! dolbri) , dollars) 



327 
63 
91 
82 
52 
43 



1,276 

281 

282 

160 

117 

53 

21 

9 

27 

77 



3,323 



1,293 
338 
472 
366 
353 
215 
55 
26 
205 



450 
163 
223 
169 
153 
94 
23 
16 
97 



533 
112 
185 
142 
135 
84 
16 
5 
48 



310 
63 
64 
55 
60 
37 
16 



41,632 

27,908 

3,134 

5,713 

2,033 

1,447 

374 

23 

33 

417 



22,416 

3,405 

2,449 

1,050 

761 

354 

34 

52 

213 

70,421 



70,142 
134 

(x) 



(x) 
(x)' 



117,335 



68,253 
12,302 
13,775 
8,263 
7,291 
2,788 
663 
609 
3,336 



43,467 

16,215 
5,755 
7,497 
4,857 
4,742 
1,669 
3o3 
355 
2,014 

38,013 

24 , 122 

3,785 

4,765 

2,196 

1,778 

766 

136 

65 

400 



35,355 

27,921 

2,762 

1.513 

1.210 

771 

351 

164 

18'. 

972 



14,890 

11,150 

1,000 

1,499 

477 

397 

188 

5 

174 



10,271 



8,100 
967 
668 
196 
177 
93 



54 
29,043 



28,949 
48 
(x) 



(X) 
(X)' 



41,503 

6,287 

6,885 

3,703 

3,019 

950 

247 

236 

1,220 



18,792 

7,424 

2,494 

3,414 

1.980 

1,962 

570 

154 

128 

666 

21,855 

14,764 

2,141 

2,641 

i,047 

761 

261 

49 

22 

167 



23,401 

:9,315 
1,652 
826 
676 
296 
119 
44 
86 
387 



Active 
proprie- 

tOTB,* 

November 

(Number) 



222 
55 
86 



,264 
299 
280 
164 
121 

20 
10 
23 



(x) 

(x)" 

(x)" 
2 

3,043 



,216 
292 
424 
323 
321 
202 
54 
27 
189 



374 
125 
153 
126 
110 
69 
20 
12 
85 



1,325 

539 

114 
210 
14S 
152 
92 
18 
5 
47 



303 
53 
61 
49 
59 
41 
16 
10 
57 



Paid 

employees, 

workweelt 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(Number) 



5,445 

3,898 

421 
612 
229 

146 
92 
2 

45 



4,580 



,383 
503 
375 
138 
86 



5,336 
55 
(x) 



M 



18,187 

2,475 

2,859 

1,525 

1,304 

465 

105 

88 

613 



6,575 

2,460 

830 

1,205 

687 

748 

238 

61 

37 

309 

9,711 

6,458 

902 

1,218 

4B5 

J82 

139 

23 

9 

95 



11,335 

9,269 
743 
436 
353 
174 



21 
42 
209 



CITY SIZE 

Tabic 4 A.— CITY SIZE— SELECTED SERVICES— UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1 948— Continued 

ESTABLISHMtNI-S, RECEIPTS, PaY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



4.07 



KinJ of uusinoss, .inj city size 
Uiumlvr ot inluh:t.'nt.) 



Eitlhl.;!, 

mcnts 



I Receipts. 
i cntiic ycjr 



Pay toll 
cntin: year 



I iThoKtaiiJ I l,Thousand 
IMiiml»;r^l dMars) | Jollart) 



Active 

ptopnC' 

tors' 

November 



Piid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nean:st 

Nov. 15 



Pay roll, 
wori'weelt 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(Oolldrs) 



Kind of business, and aty fixe 
(number of inhabitants) 



Esabluh- 
ment« 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire year 



(Thoiudnd 
dolfai) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Tlwmsdnd 
dolldTj) 



Acave 
proprie- 
tors,* 
November 

(Number) 



Paid 

empbyees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov li 

(Number) 



Pay roll. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 

Nov. 15 

(DolUri) 



PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 
REPAIR .SERVICES— Con. 



Bus ness services — Con. 



Business services, 
total 



c;t:es of — 

00,000 or more 

2 0,000 to -99, ■)«... 
100,000 o ;i9,9'i9... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

,000 to 9,999 

2, 00 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 



Auct'oneers* estut)l:shment: 

(serv ce only) 

CUles of-- 

;OC,IX10 or lA^re 

2-0,000 to ,99, ^•99 

100,000 to 249,999 

^0,000 to 99,999 

2',i>r to -9,19) 

10,000 to 24,999 

,,000 to 9,999 

2, 00 to 4,999 

R nalnder oi' U. S 

Co n-operated mach-ne rent- 
al and i-epa r ser ices.... 
C.t;es of— 

-.-00,000 or more 

2-0,000 to ~99,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

^,000 lo 99,999 

2. ,000 lo 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

:,000 to 9,999 

2, .00 to 4,999 

Rema .ider of U. S 



Detective a^ncles 

Cities of— 

■-00,000 or more.... 

2:'0,000 to i99,999. 

IX, 000 to 249,999. 

-0,000 lo 99,999... 

2',, 000 to 49,999... 

10,000 lo 24,999... 
,000 to 9,999 

2, OO lo 4,999 

Rema nder of U. S. . .. 



Inter'or decoral'nf sei\ ce, 
Cities of— 

■00,000 or more 

2:^0,000 to 499,999...., 

100,000 to 249,999 

-0,000 to 99,999 

2., 000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

i.OOO to 9,999 

2,j00,to 4,999 

Reiii3ir.der of U. S 

Photo-f inishirv; labora- 
tories 

Cities Oi" — 

200,000 or more 

2:0,000 lo 499,999. 

100,000 lo 249,999 

'0,000 to 99,999 

2, ,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 , 

,000 to 9,999 

2,-00 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 



1,2-1 

1.0 4 
l,29u 

1.1 7 
1,3 9 

■.Li 
-1- 

1,322 



101 
19 
39 
>. 
-3 



297 
llo 
1 9 
1.0 
U- 
173 
92 



o03 

311 
82 

ICK 
39 

2; 

24 



273 
41 
o7 
36 
4o 
-9 



-19 
128 
1.8 
169 
178 
200 
120 
67 
164 

4,282 



Sign paintir^ shops.... 

Cities of— I ; 

300,000 or more 1,157 | 



2 0,000 to 499,999., 
100,JOO to 249,999. 
50,000 to 99,999... 
23,000 to -9,999... 
10,000 to 24,999... 

3,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

temalnder of U. S. ... 



347 1 
497 I 
459, 
441 I 
55=1 
23« I 
130 I 
403 I 



Telephone ana/er ;^ service 
Clt-es of — 

;O0,000 or more 

2:0,000 r. 499,999 

100,000 U3 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

2-,(Xu to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999. ....'.. 

l.JOO lo 9,999 

>, 00 to 4,999 

iicna-nder of 'J. S 

See footnotes at end of tacle. 



367 : 

198 ! 
41 
J3 
29 
23 
11 



30.),V97 
;-9,?ld 
(x) 

32,29i 
2o,43ii 
(x) 

11,439 
(x) 
22,91o 

14, .V. 

4, 31 < 

1,2:^- 

l,3-(: 

1,0-1 
l,0ul 

oOJ 
1,013 

.71 
3, 30-= 

■0, ;.00 

13,697 
, -6 J 
6,090 
0, 33-.' 
4,72r 
6,240 
2,993 
l,4t>: 

18,7Bd 

12, .91 
2,610 
1,973 
47: 
414 I 
i36 ' 
(x) 
(x) 
109 

18,943 

10,929 

1,380 1 
l,t>76 

731 I 
1,205 1 
1,326 i 
696 ] 
185 
81 :- 



131,1-26 
2. , 309 
(x) 

11,10'. 
■.■,618 
(x) 
2,830 
(x) 
,912 

3,--. 

1,4!!.> 
141 

l^J 

i^;9 

19.! 

11- 

269 
1..3 

77^ 

10,061 

2,931 

1,137 

1,211 

1,466 

924 

l,0u: 

4 

2o0 

22 

11,680 

3,l'/7 
1.: 4 
1,062 
21 
262 
307 
(x) 
(x) 



3,643 

1,921 
325 
293 
183 
317 
322 
135 
21 
131 



88,839 I 34,019 



39,976 
17, 529 
9,121 
6,312 
7,012 
4,802 
1,290 
1,228 
1,569 

47,253 

15,190 
5,281 
6,136 I 
•-,57S 
4,992 
4,615 
1,8:8 

754 I 
2,849 I 

7,469] 

5,316 
666 

692 
381 

234 
69 
(x) 
(X) 



14,263 

9,426 

3,647 

2,331 

2,218 

1,237 

224 

341 

332 

13,820 

,010 

1,676 

1,883 

1,680 

1,456 

1,036 

321 

125 

633 

3,583 

2,561 
318 
347 
161 
135 
44 
(X) 
(X) 



4,li90 
1,104 
(X) 
1,181 
1,132 

(x) 

790 
(x) 



(x) 
(x) 



321 
12u 
lo9 
1 3 
120 
192 
93 
59 

I'.e 



212 
47 
78 
34 
19 
22 



274 
47 
61/ 
40 
46 



495 
121 
137 
166 
193 
205 
138 

6: 

174 



1,242 
397 
530 
490 
430 
592 j 
29; ' 
139 i 
420 ! 

246 I 



25 i 
23 



10,23: 
(x) 

,200 
J, :-31 
(x) 
1,32, 
(x) 



98 
131 
114 
130 
210 
144 
831 



9<.l 
400 
444 
09 
351 
419 
213 
114 
21.1 

i-.,S74 

4,007 

1,114 
6^:9 
141 
152 
138 

(x) 

(x) 
4o 



710 
125 
172 
102 
137 
147 
61 
12 
67 

14,277 

5,498 

3,426 

1,671 

1,233 

1,150 

716 

■ 136 

166 

231 j 

-.,081 

1,563 
562 
762 
619 
539 
495 
164 

62 : 

265 I 

2,187 

I 

1,459 : 

205 ! 

248 '■ 
126 : 
lOj 



I 



3-:. 



(«) 
(x) 



(x) 

(X) 



2,'68,3o'' 

■02,04^' 

(x) 
-24,087 
150,021 

(x) 

52,324 

(x) 
12U,193 

68,172 

28, 42!- 
2,7o0 
3,220 
3,423 
3,88b 
2,319 
4,941 
2,799 

16, J99 

194, ■,•81 

5:^,119 
21,063 
24,227 
28,331 
13,395 
21,896 
10,lo4 
5,1:2 
9,914 

242,442 

167,611 
34,674 
21,872 
4,275 

5,5i;, 
6,287 

(x) 

(x) 

1,226 

77,161 

40,075 
6,676 
6,497 
4,187 
6,385 
7,136 
2,787 
595 
2,823 

650, : 58 

273,777 

187,124 

63,480 

45,340 

40,CK6 

23,574 

4,954 

5,978 , 

6,285 j 

272,775 I 

97,659 
32,105 
38,503 
32,511 
30,297 
20,507 
6,544 i 
2,256 , 
12,393 

74,924 

52, 7i; 

6,670 
7,696 
3,513 
3,049 
891 
(x) 
(x) 
219 



PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 
REPAIR SHtVICES— Con. 



IS men.! servic-*s, n.^.o.— C(ii 

Window display service.... 
Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 lo 499,999 

100,000 lo 249,999.... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

,000 to 9,999 

2,500 lo 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 



Other business ser Ices, 

n.e.c 

Cities of— 

:.00,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 

100,000 lo 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999.... 

10,000 lo 24,999.... 

5,000 lo 9,999 

2,500 lo 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 



A'l'cmt bil,' r-.pair serv- 
i'^e;- :in,i "HrsRes, total. 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more, 
250,000 to 499,999, 
100,000 to 249,999 
50,000 to 99,999.. 
25,000 to 49,999, 
10,000 lo 24,999 
i,000 to 9,999.. 
2,500 to 4,999.. 

Remainder of U. S. 

Automobile repair shops, total 
Cities of~ 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S • 



139 
39 
42 

26 
16 



4,828 

2,430 
428 
535 
354 
265 
271 
157 
96 
292 



95,544 



8,060 

5,269 

1,022 

796 

324 

17b 

267 

(x) 

(x) 

162 

237,387 

199,516 

24,385 

(x) 

U,071 
6,569 

(x) 
3,516 
1,410 

10,737 

1,561,109 



2,716 

1,771 

441 

217 

101 

50 

90 

(x) 

(x) 

39 

128,298 

93,509 
10,291 

(x) 

4,789 

2,063 

(x) 

1,308 
388 

3,415 

355,366 



132 

33 

46 

25 

11 

7 

(x) 

(x) 



3,529 

1,805 
276 

(x) 
211 
196 

(x) 
149 
89 
23« 



1,056 

652 

171 

108 

51 

27 

32 

(x) 

(x) 

14 

51,569 

36,652 

4,185 

(x) 

2,288 
908 

(x) 
434 
164 

1,343 



56,110 

36,317 
8,333 
4,943 
2,39b 
1,237 
1,632 

(x) 

(x) 
707 

2,314,074 

1,816,669 
202,119 
(x) 

99,611 
41, 2U 
(x) 

22,277 
7,562 
78,227 

7,171,450 



16,310 
6,499 
8,251 
6,458 
6,497 
8,631 
5,357 
4,453 

32,563 



418,259 
147,433 
178,384 
120,255 
103, 579 
125,001 
72,123 
53,469 
342,556 



119,972 
39,628 
47,545 
30,092 
24, Ul 
26,093 
13,428 
8,939 
45.560 



15,926 
6,565 
6,367 
6,905 
7,035 
9,654 
6,519 
4,983 

35,795 



45,294 
16,156 
20,426 
13,173 
10,445 
12,003 
6,817 
4,611 
24,651 



2,357,784 
795,415 
954,639 
610,254 
494,039 
535,614 
232,228 
166,229 
955,248 



64,875 



1,272,036 



274,501 



94,297 



117,252 



5,546,260 



Oeneral automobile repair 

shops 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 lo 499,999.... 

100,000 to 249,999.... 

50,000 lo 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 lo 24,999 

5,000 lo 9,999 

2,500 lo 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 



Battery and i,.nilion re- 
pair and ser ice shops.. 
Cities of— 

-00,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999... 

100,000 lo 249,999... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 



Glass replacement and i-e- 

pair shops. 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999... 

100,000 lo 249,999... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,5CO lo 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 



Palm shops 

Cities of— 1 

500,000 or more i 

250,000 to 499,999.... ! 

100,000 lo 249,999 ! 

50,000 lo 99,999 

25,000 lo 49,999 I 

10,000 to 24,999 I 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 



11,272 
4,936 
6,565 
5,460 
5,846 
8,301 
5,762 
4,411 

32,322 

60,147 

6,742 
3,108 
3,984 
3,367 
3,489 
5,044 
3,634 
3,090 
27,669 

1,890 
430 

l58 

160 
190 
195 
232 
154 
89 
212 

1,079 

284 
103 
132 
80 
101 
157 



38 
98 

2,567 



387 
224 
272 
208 
252 
305 
205 
105 
609 



243, 566 
102,028 
137,267 
105,957 
96,447 
122,133 
71,424 
53, U8 
340,096 

839,466 

136,433 
57,058 
76,032 
61,583 
53,758 
74,847 
46,357 
33,961 

294,437 

30,398 

6,646 
3,733 
3,247 
3,568 
3,749 
4,539 
1,887 
1,166 
1,811 

20,248 

6,439 

3,101 

3,318 

1,775 

1,821 

1,818 

706 

367 

903 

32,165 

8,166 
3,535 
4,439 
3,031 
2,819 
2,839 
1,836 
860 
4,570 



69,156 
27,368 
36,683 
26, 372 
22,294 
25,423 
U,313 
8,868 
45,022 

158,640 

36,281 
13,683 
18,143 
13,972 
U,046 
14,619 
8,170 
6,423 
36,303 

5,799 

1,434 
905 
732 
719 
714 
673 
239 
163 
213 

3,677 

1,305 
693 
666 
290 
265 
231 
38 
40 
99 

9,894 

2,916 

1,230 

1,5U 

952 

793 

777 

431 

169 

1,057 



12,666 
5,542 
7,212 
6,134 
6,464 
9,362 
6,425 
4,936 

35,556 

66,914 

7,550 
3,525 
4,405 
3,306 
3,888 
5,715 
4,082 
3,472 
30,471 



476 
182 
190 
209 
203 
311 
162 
95 
224 



342 
131 
150 
66 
108 
174 
86 
43 
102 

2,627 

434 
245 
300 
226 
268 
331 
243 
122 
653 



24,397 
10,459 
14,820 
10,698 
9,404 
11,586 
6,729 
4,579 
24, 378 

71,341 

13,101 
5,485 
7,655 
5,961 
4,857 
6,743 
4,194 
3,314 

20,029 

2,560 

566 
362 
330 
335 
328 
324 
116 



1,326 

479 
246 

277 
136 
131 
126 
51 
25 
35 

4,179 

1,181 
476 
595 
373 
347 
368 
220 
92 
527 



1,348,009 
347,960 
733,819 
530,090 
454,692 
521,608 
279,437 
183,001 
94 5.624 

3,205,845 

697,758 
275,969 
366,266 
278,174 
223,531 
297,770 
170,027 
132,936 
763,414 

114,908 

27,593 
17,791 
14,424 
14,0;6 
14,075 
14, 153 
4,764 
3,421 
4,641 

74,774 

25,148 

13,950 

14,489 

6,204 

5,552 

4,731 

1,886 

854 

1,960 

207,382 

64,552 
24, U4 
32,200 
19,667 
15,609 
16,416 
9,184 
3,489 
21,951 



4.08 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— GENERAL STATISTICS 



Table 4A.— CITY SIZE— SELECTED SERVICES— UNITED STATES, BV KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 











Establishments, Receipts 


Fay Roll, and Personnel 














Kind of business, and city size 
(number of inhabitantsj 


Esabbh- 
[nenC3 


Receipts, 
entire year 


Pay roll, 
entire year 


Active 

propne- 

tors." 

November 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 


Pay roll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


i 

Kind ot' business, and aty size 
(number of inhabitants) 


EstabUsh- 
ments 


Receipts, 

entire year 


Pay roll, 
entire year 


Acave 

propne- 

tors,' 

November 


Pud 
employees, 
workweek 

ended 


Pay roll. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 






(^Thousand 


{Thousdnd 




Nov. 15 






(Tfioiijsnd 


{77ioujand 




Nov 15 


Nov 15 




(.\u.7.M 


dollars) 


doilan) 


(}\umbir) 


(Number) 


(Oellarj) 




(Number) 


dollurs) 


dollar!) 


(Number) 


(Number) 


(Dollari; 


PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 














PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 














REPAJH SERVICES— Con. 














REPAIR SERVICES— Con. 














Automobile r^air serv- 














Automobile repair serv- 














ices and g-qrages — Con. 














ices and garages— Con, 














Automobile repair shops— Con. 














Automobile storage, parking. 














Radiator repair shops 

Cities of— 


2,844 


36,267 


8,254 








total 


8,533 


190,347 


55,990 


5,828 


25,618 


1,122,452 








Cities of— 










































250,000 to 499,999 


159 


3,244 


920 


171 


321 


18,682 


250,000 to 499,999 


1,325 


26,989 


7,9>4 


877 


4,065 


162,154 


100,000 to 249,999 


259 


5,347 


1,459 


291 


587 


30,791 


100,000 to 249,999 


1,367 


22,487 


6,667 


933 


3,739 


136,561 


50,000 to 99,999 


248 


4,297 


1,074 


282 


417 


22,640 


50,000 to 99,999 


765 


9,396 


2,497 


594 


1,513 


51,320 


25,000 to 49,999 


325 


4,149 


931 


353 


401 


19,830 


25,000 to 49,999 


435 


3,669 


90: 


390 


538 


13,418 


10,000 to 2-;, 999 


518 


4,885 


840 


571 


397 


18,102 


10,000 to 24,999 


202 


1,780 


424 


171 


247 


8,584 


5.000 to 9.999 


358 
223 
427 


2,593 
1,502 
2,496 


386 
166 

325 


371 
237 


209 

iOl 


8,382 
3,916 


5,000 to 9,999 


41 

18 

124 


309 

209 

1,060 


52 
48 
244 


38 
16 
112 


32 
21 
106 


1,003 












3,339 




1,955 


34,976 


5,326 


1,964 


2,iL-^ 


110,308 




2,606 


115,479 


35,729 


1,918 


14,294 


702,803 


Cities of— 


Cities of— 




500,000 or more 


373 


6,130 


1,109 


362 


419 


17, 31 : 


500,000 or more 


1,665 


83,484 


25,814 


1,171 


9,547 


506,675 


250,000 to 499,999 


126 


2,893 


563 


120 


220 


11, 746 


250,000 to 499,999 


242 


12,688 


4,322 


167 


1,897 


84,659 


100,000 to 249,999 


162 


3,335 


572 


147 


242 


11,921 


100,000 to 249,999.... 


278 


10,334 


3,249 


210 


1,661 


64,416 


50,000 to 99,999 


125 


3,067 


550 


124 


237 


10,882 


50,000 to 99,999 


190 


5,034 


1,446 


152 


753 


29,894 


25,000 to 49,999 


155 


3,428 


512 


150 


244 


1- ,873 


25,000 to 49,999 


81 


1,856 


48r 


72 


233 


9,575 


10,000 to 24,999 


279 


5,318 


773 


293 


383 


16,541 


10,000 to 24,999 


62 


1,066 


215 


59 


120 


4,159 


5,000 to 9,999 


227 
183 
325 


3,585 
2,573 
4,647 


471 
255 

521 


237 
196 
335 


261 
146 
256 


10,060 

5,458 

10, 512 


5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 


24 
7 

57 


252 
159 
606 


45 

37 

lib 


22 
7 

58 


27 

9 

47 


916 




604 


Remainder of U. S 


1,905 


Top and body repair sbops.. 
Cities of— 


10,425 






11,834 


22,941 


1,180,387 














419,649 






Cities of— 












500,000 or more 


1,803 


43,323 


15,120 


2,099 


5,025 


299,734 


500,000 or more 


2, 91 


40,964 


11,385 


1,526 


5,310 


233, 521 


250,000 to 499,999 


681 


16,162 


5,555 


771 


2,018 


111,85. 


250,000 to 499,999 


1,083 


14, 301 


3,632 


710 


2,168 


77,495 


100,000 to 249,999 


1,010 


25,094 


8,975 


1,118 


3,345 


173,212 


100,000 to 249,999.... 


1,089 


12,153 


3,418 


723 


2,078 


72,145 


50,000 to 99,999 


815 


19,362 


6,542 


922 


2,526. 


132, 3(K 


50,000 to 99,999 


575 


4,362 


1,051 


442 


760 


21,426 


25,000 to 49,999 


918 


19,266 


6,409 


1,027 


2,439 


126,685 


25,000 to 49,999 


354 


1,813 


420 


318 


305 


8,843 


10,000 to 24,999 


1,246 


21,082 


6,090 


1,438 


2,632 


125,514 


10,000 to 24,999 


140 


714 


209 


112 


127 


4,425 




874 

590 

2,488 


11,637 

6,576 

25,796 


3,002 
1,510 
5,527 


991 
664 

2,804 


1,424 

755 

2,777 


63,294 

32,203 

115,586 


5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 


17 
11 
67 


57 

50 

454 


7 
11 

128 


16 
9 
54 


5 

12 
59 


87 


2,500 to 4,999 


273 


Remainder of U. S 


1,434 


Automobile repair shops. 














Automobile services (exc. 














n.e.c 


3,9fa8 


90,218 


24,181 


4,362 


8,924 


478,367 


repair), total 


1,L25 


14,809 


6,119 


1,091 


.,,498 


144,557 


Cities of— 


Cities of— 














500,000 or more 


926 
377 


28,655 
12,252 


8,836 
?,769 


1,008 
397 


2,862 

1,331 


171,174 
73,873 




114 


7,l:-3 
2,058 


3,279 
851 


380 
102 


2,395 
470 


76,271 
19, OU 


250,000 to 499,999 


250,000 to 499,999 


100,000 to 249,999 


566 


16,455 


4,624 


611 


1,789 


90,516 


100,000 to 249,999 


140 


1,925 


805 


130 


633 


19,4.2 


50,000 to 99,999 


427 


9,274 


2,273 


479 


913 


46,173 


50,000 to 99,999 


124 


1,318 


508 


109 


464 


14,032 


25,000 to 49,999 


411 


7,457 


1,619 


462 


657 


33,337 


25,000 to 49,999 


118 


826 


305 


118 


250 


7,189 


10,000 to 24,999 


470 


6,755 


1,422 


-:29 


613 


28,381 


10,000 to 24,999 


88 


544 


150 


99 


120 


3,384 


5,000 to 9,999 


224 

93 

474 

751 


2,823 
1,1U 
5,436 

18,067 


526 
140 
972 

4,621 


248 
107 
521 

822 


252 

71 

436 

1,663 


11,340 
2,724 
20,849 

93,09'J 




43 
23 
78 

792 


(x) 
(x) 
532 

10,375 


(x) 
(x) 
164 

4,695 


(X) 

(x) 
78 

763 


(x) 
(x) 
111 

3,880 


(x) 
(x) 
3,708 


2,500 to 4,999 




Remainder of U. S 




Brake repair shops 


Automobile laundries 


116,252 






























500,000 or more 


194 


6,017 


1,949 


217 


625 


39,657 


500, 000 or more 


295 


5,430 


2,586 


283 


2,107 


63,132 


250,000 to 499,999... 


73 


2,071 


530 


68 


176 


10,660 


250,000 to 499,999.... 


79 


1,271 


545 


73 


361 


12,o90 


100,000 to 249,999... 


108 


3,139 


790 


117 


288 


l:,794 


100,000 to 249,999,... 


100 


1,396 


632 


89 


542 


16,024 


50,000 to 99,999 


89 


2,365 


523 


98 


197 


10,136 


50,000 to 99,999 


86 


976 


444 


70 


420 


12,250 


25,000 to 49,999 


87 


1,660 


308 


99 


1J2 


6,469 


25,000 to 49,999 


92 


616 


256 


93 


232 


6,364 


10,000 to 24,999 


89 


1,417 


298 


100 


148 


6,050 


10,000 to 24,999 


64 


301 


95 


72 


94 


2,219 


5,000 to 9,999 


35 


510 


83 


36 


44 


1,844 


5,000 to 9,999 


28 


113 


19 


30 


ii 


776 


2,500 to 4,999 


11 


128 


17 


16 


10 


2 1 


2,500 to 4,999 


17 


58 


7 


22 




115 


Remainder of U. S 


65 


760 


123 


71 


43 


2,238 


Remainder of U. S 


31 


212 


109 


31 


67 


2,682 


Wheel, axle, spring re- 














Automobile services, n.e.e. 


333 


4,434 


1,424 


328 


618 


28,305 






























Cltlcs nf— 
















102 


1,723 


693 


97 


233 


13,139 


500,000 or more 


229 


11,714 


4,045 


239 


1,181 


73,605 


2^0,000 to 499,999 


35 


787 


306 


29 


109 


6,324 


2:0,000 to 499,999... 


102 


5,139 


1,815 


102 


587 


35,019 


100,000 to 249,999 


40 


529 


173 


41 


91 


3,428 


100,000 to 249,999... 


186 


7,645 


2,499 


201 


939 


47,867 














1,782 


^0,000 to 99,999 


133 


3,848 


1,120 


146 


418 


22,320 


25,000 to 49,999 


26 


210 


47 


2- 


13 


825 


25,000 to 49,999 


149 


3,287 


830 


177 


318 


16,473 


10,000 to 24,999 


24 


243 


55 


27 


26 


1,165 


10,000 to 24,999 


158 


2,708 


672 


183 


245 


12,910 


'•,000 to 9,999 


15 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


5,000 to 9,999 


78 


1,216 


284 


85 


122 


5,939 


2, 500 to 4,999 


6 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 


2,5M,to 4,999 


36 


504 


72 


42 


35 


1,485 




47 


J20 




47 


24 


1,026 


Remainder of U. S 


126 


1,541 


338 


136 


151 


7,950 
















Ot.her automobile repair 














Miscellaneous repair serv- 
















2,020 


34,549 


7,88'. 


2,229 


3,261. 


161,700 


Ices, total 


80,023 


947,351 


232,088 


84,375 


94,914 


4,727,406 


Cities of— 


Cities of— 














500,000 or more 


503 


10,924 


2,342 


552 


1,056 


57,912 


500,000 or more 


18,314 


281,035 


77,448 


19,133 


29,091 


1,587,340 


250,000 to 499,999... 


202 


5,042 


1,424 


227 


568 


28,194 


250,000 to 499,999.. 


5,45- 


82,629 


22,722 


5,589 


6,969 


4 9,093 








1,335 




562 




100,000 to ,;49,999.. 


0,907 


100,270 


26,068 


7,193 


10,997 


527,237 


50,000 to 99,999 


20> 


3,061 


630 


235 


298 


13,717 


50,000 to 99,999.... 


5,501 


85,391 


23,721 


5,833 


9,120 


432,74. 


25,000 to 49,999 


175! 


2,510 


481 


186 


207 


10,395 


2' ,000 to 49,999 


5,528 


66,355 


14,981 


5,891 


6,626 


306,944 


10,000 to 24,999 


223. 


2,630 


452 


246 


220 


9,421 


10,000 to 24,999 


3,022 


94,705 


22,287 


8,603 


9,636 


4- 2,827 


5,000 to 9,999 


111! 


1,097 


159 


127 


86 


3,' 57 


•.,000 to 9,999 


0715 


-2,797 


10,327 


6,113 


4,861 


209,334 


2,500 to 4,999 


46 { 


479 


51 


49 


26 


938 


2,500 to 4,999 


4,5..1 


35, 122 


6,118 


4,87' 


2,889 


124,322 


Remainder of U. S 


283' 


3,135 


511 


314 


242 


10,061 


Remainder of U. S 


19,970 


148,997 


28,396 


21,145 


l-'l'^^ , 


607, ^67 


Automobile rentals (without 








r 






drivers), total * 


1,011 


83,917 


13,758 


533 


6,208 


358,181 , 


Blacksmith shops, total 

Cities of— 


8,249 


44,411 


7,466 


8,863 


3, 530 


144,023 


Cities of- 












i 
















385 

124 1 


43,092 
16,408 


10,338 
3,455 


183 
44 


3,145 
1,162 


193,308 1 
6l.,267 




165 
69 


1,402 
961 


364 
339 


136 
71 


138 
98 


6,341 


250,000 to 499,999 


250,000 to 499,999 


5,979 


100,000 to 249,999 


179 


16,705 


3,390 


92 


1,234 


64,807 ' 


100,000 to 249,999 


128 


986 


257 


144 


105 


4,537 


50,000 to 99,999 


109 
98 
40 


3,584 

2,635 

544 


71 J 
607 
94 


66 
63 
22 


298 

253 

48 


14,812 - 
13,740 
2,038 


50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 


120 
179 
495 


1,114 
1,9;.4 
4,477 


293 

514 
1,103 


127 
194 

541 


125 
202 
468 


5,502 




9,469 


10,000 to 24,999 , 


21,144 




11 

1 
64 


(x) 


(X) 


(x) 


(x) 


(x) 
.(X) ■ 

2,577 1 


,000 to 9,999 


648 
722 


4,041 


82 


717 


395 
381 


15,895 


2,500 to 4,999 ,.. 






868 


130 


49 


'■6 


Remainder of U. S 


5,723 


24,87' 


2,969 


6,071 


1,613 


59,833 









See footnotes at -end of table. 



CITY SIZE 

Tabic 4A.— CITY "SIZE— SELECTED SERVICES- -UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

Establishments. Reckipts, Pay Roll, and Personnel 



4.09 



Kitid of bu5in^^, atij city sue 
(numtvr ol inhabtunts) 



EsUhlisii- 
menu 



(NumT^O 



Receipts, 
entu-e year 



{Thouiand 
dollurs) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



(Thousand 
Jolldrt) 



Acuve 

propnc- 

tors." 

November 

(.\umber) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. IS 

(^tuMiber) 



Pay roU. 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 

(DoIUh) 



tCind cf business, and city use 
^number of inhabitants) 



Establish- 
mcnta 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire year 



{Thotaand 
dolldri) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Thouiand 
dolLiTs) 



Active 
proprie- 
tors,* 
November 

(Number) 



Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Number) 



Pay roU. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 

Nov. 15 

(Dollori) 



PIRSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 
REPAIR SraVICES— Con. 

Miscellaneous repair 
ser.ices. Con. 

Electrical repair shops, 
total 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

2X),000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 2i9,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,;00 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 

Rad lo repair shops 

Cities of — 

)00,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999.... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 lo 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,'iOO to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 

Refrigerator service and 

repair shops 

Cities Ol — 

500,000 or iLore 

250,000 to 499,999.... 
100,000 to 2-9, 999.... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 

Other electrical repair 
shops (inc. electrical 
appliance repair shops).. 
Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999.... 

50,000 to 99,999 

23,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S • 

Upholstery, furniture repair 
shops, total. 

Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 io 99,999 

2., 000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

■■,000 to 9,999 

2,-00 to 4,999 

Reinaiiide:- of U. S. 

Watch, clock, ^e^'elr;' repair 
shops, total 

Citle-^ of — 

5GO,0CO or aorc. 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,;0O to 4,999 

Hecainder o.' U. S • 

Hiscellajveous repair shops, 
total 

Cities o;-- 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 \o 24,999 

5,000 lo 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Recai.ider o. U. S 



19,440 



4,743 
1,445 
1,846 
1,558 
1,470 
2,142 
1,545 
1,167 
3,524 

12,558 

2,973 
892 

1,195 
989 
910 

1,366 

1,014 
620 

2,399 



758 
196 
234 
204 
212 
283 
202 
114 
348 



4,351 

1,032 
357 
417 
365 
348 
493 
329 
233 
777 



10,297 



3,007 
723 

1,016 
896 
938 

1,174 
703 
442 

1,398 



12,7;0 



4,153 

1,164 

1,408 

1,026 

878 

1,074 

639 

639 

1,714 






29,287 



6,241 
2,054 
2,509 

1,961 
2,063 
3,137 
2,130 
1,581 
7,611 



214,796 



46,831 



72,799 
19,405 
21,; 59 
17,657 
15,916 
24,304 
13,099 
8,503 
21,5j4 

100,679 

31,756 
8,509 

10,002 
8,440 
7,552 

12,416 
6,433 
4,705 

10,666 



45,107 

19,410 
3,963 
4,472 
3,333 
3,578 
4,049 
2,084 
1,150 
3,462 



b8,610 

21,627 
6,933 
7,085 
5,884 
4,786 
7,639 
4,582 
2,648 
7,226 



126,375 



19,984 
4,738 
4,834 
3,501 
2,865 
5,956 
1,593 
990 
2,370 

20,791 

8,706 
1,938 
1,866 
1,353 
1,240 
3,622 
537 
471 
1,053 



9,958 

:,387 
961 
949 
590 
606 
700 
246 
139 
380 



lb, 082 

5,891 

1,639 

2,019 

1,558 

1,019 

1,634 

810 

360 

932 



30,107 



4,885 
1,456 
1,891 
1,612 
1,555 
2,248 
1,636 
1,215 
3,633 

12,935 

3,053 

916 

1,243 

1,017 

951 

1,425 

1,059 

844 

2,427 



2,733 

807 
208 
260 
224 
223 
305 
220 
116 
370 



4,463 

1,025 
332 
388 
371 
381 
518 
357 
255 
836 



8,245 
1,939 
2,360 
1,713 
1,424 
2,599 
977 
556 
1,287 

10,262 

4,030 
857 

1,039 
£29 
6S6 

1,-38 
430 
271 
562 



3,928 

1,933 
344 

432 
241 
263 
304 
137 
78 
196 



6,910 

2,282 
738 
889 
643 
475 
757 
410 
207 
509 



48,950 
10,359 
13,569 
U,742 
10,821 
12,lu4 
-,921 
2,o03 
10,226 



12,125 
2,906 
3,367 
2,919 
2,462 
2,574 
1,096 
446 
2,212 



3,332 

809 

1,115 

1,000 

1,034 

1,309 

763 

47; 

1,509 



4,826 
1,265 
1,7S1 
1,463 
1,241 
1,330 
(.12 
287 
1,151 



34,339 
10,307 
10,947 
6,907 
j,49- 
6,258 
3,523 
2,786 
--,789 



475,368 



6,476 
2,174 
1,899 
898 
768 
513 
287 
135 
254 



4,295 

1,172 

1,436 

1,053 

893 

1,104 

704 

647 

1,749 



30,962 



2,702 
940 
945 
47' 
375 
314 
170 
107 
186 



1,023,197 



442,500 

102,725 

106,734 

76,741 

59,712 

126,918 

34,679 

20,871 

52, 317 

500,643 

217,004 
47,984 
45,000 
32,760 
28,358 
80,679 
13,763 
9,986 
25, 107 



194,390 

105,163 
17,149 
19,236 
12,053 
11,158 
14,025 
5,020 
2,663 
7,703 



328,164 

120, 333 
37, 592 
42,498 
31,928 
20,196 
32,214 
15,696 
8,000 
19,507 



253,542 
61,478 
72,747 
61,005 
51,016 
53, 393 
23,361 
9,693 
46,779 



253,796 



128,778 
42,637 
37,644 
18,142 
15,941 
10,779 
6,023 
3,087 
5,76 



2,6,8,376 



123, 545 
41,597 
53,189 
47,971 
32, 169 
47,502 
26,213 
16,629 
86,553 



38,499 
12,56: 
1„731 
16,110 
8,372 
12,141 
6,52b 
3,745 
20, 591 



6,435 
2,081 
2,607 
2,041 
2,215 
3,401 
2,293 
1,726 
8,183 



13,180 
4, ''27 
5,806 

5,344 
3,384 
4,925 
2,697 
1, ,58 
8,483 



756, 179 
246,274 
305,575 
291,352 
170,806 
240, 593 
129, 376 
75,343 
442,873 



PERSONAl, BUSINESS, AND 
RiJ-AIR SERVICES— Con. 

Miscellaneous repair 
services — Con. 

Misc. repair shops — Con. 

Armature i*ev/lndlng shops 
Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 

100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999.... 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999.... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 

Bicycle repair shops.... 
Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 

100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999.... 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 

Leather t'oods repair sliops 
Citiej of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999... 

100,000 to 249,999... 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,000 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 
Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 lo 499,999... 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 

Musical instrument repair 
shops 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

2X,000 lo 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 , 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

2-0,000 to 499,999..., 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 

Lawn mower sharpening 

and repair shops 

Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

2:0,000 to ..99,999.. 
irX),000 to .';49,999.. 

50,000 lo 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999..., 

5,000 lo 9,999 

2, 00 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 

Saw,l:n!f--,'ind tt^-1 5h'.rp- 
enii.^ aiiu repair shops. 
Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999., 
100,000 to 249,999.. 
50,000 to 99,999.... 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999.... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of U. S 



2,023 

395 
155 
243 
203 
232 
317 
173 
81 
224 

1,283 

348 
100 
107 
113 
121 
216 
120 
58 
98 

560 



38 
32 

25 
37 
24 
34 
142 

1,518 

505 
132 
190 
153 
156 
164 
73 
36 
109 



295 
91 

106 
56 
60 
62 
30 
21 
66 

23,114 

4,510 
1,536 
1,825 
1,402 
1,469 
2,339 
1,710 
1,351 
6,972 



84 
74 
90 
110 

75 

:j3 
166 



249 
133 
160 
142 
120 
143 
84 



60,472 

12,888 
6,272 

12,786 
6,991 
5,616 
6,702 
2,420 
698 
3,097 

7,390 

1,668 
600 
860 
878 
862 

1,453 
629 
168 
272 

3,617 

1,934 
255 
167 
178 
116 
200 
76 I 
172 
519 

11, 529 



3,951 

1,530 

2,140 

1,096 

1,038 

862 

407 

94 

411 

5,534 

2,332 
787 
572 
330 
380 
335 
302 
86 
360 

386, 826 

100,722 
32,153 
36,662 
38,498 
23,157 
35,950 
22,379 
15,411 
81,894 



2,385 



146 
317 
331 
445 
314 
139 



9,801 

3,501 
1,335 
933 
1,416 
811 
663 
322 
167 
653 






17,709 

4,148 

2,041 

3,934 

2,195 

1,833 

2,154 

545 

119 

740 

549 

85 
74 
89 
87 
72 
86 
37 
8 
11 

684 

537 
39 
17 
15 
15 
20 
1 
19 
21 

1,815 

652 
329 
409 
161 
127 
76 
45 



1,188 

582 
145 
108 
53 
85 
46 
90 
6 
73 

112,335 

32,495 
9,937 

11,174 

13,599 
6,240 
9,759 
5,806 
3,569 

19,734 



2,482 

1,134 
400 
200 
255 
170 
155 
68 
26 
74 



453 
164 
246 
217 
260 
351 
188 
93 
252 

1,300 

353 
101 
107 
114 
U8 
227 
126 
56 
96 



194 
41 
40 
32 
27 
37 
24 
34 

147 



546 
143 
200 
167 
165 
182 
78 
37 
115 



312 
95 

121 
51 
57 
65 
29 
20 
69 

24,420 

4,577 
1,537 
1,893 
1,450 
1,..88 
2,539 
1,848 
1,484 
7,504 



9 


72 


8 


54 


43 


91 


45 


77 


3^ 


99 


20 


115 


7 


77 


3 


50 


28 


170 



260 
143 
162 
144 
122 
144 
86 
55 
236 



6,458 

1,441 
669 

1,333 
839 
692 
859 
249 
50 
296 

365 

51 
43 
53 

52 
68 
30 
6 
7 

340 

246 
26 
11 
12 
11 
12 
1 
9 
12 



299 

145 

191 

65 

^6 

42 

23 

3 

9 



259 
73 
56 
38 
42 
30 
45 
7 
45 

41,480 

10,884 
3,751 
4,150 
4,315 
2,521 
3,914 
2,349 
1,473 
8,113 



339,902 

79,874 
35,492 
74,547 
41,790 
35,594 
43,450 
11,260 
2,287 
14,608 

11,049 

1,542 

1,525 

1,650 

1,898 

1,373 

1,775 

810 

161 

203 

14,009 

10,765 
1,055 
401 
294 
310 
333 
2 
372 
412 

35,534 

12,399 

6,449 

8,127 

3,114 

2,492 

1,512 

672 

76 

293 



24,579 

11,935 
2,900 
2,134 
1,147 
1,631 
1,135 
1,88? 
99 
1,560 

2,233,203 

639,064 
197,842 
218,706 
243,109 
129,356 
192,331 
1U,745 
72,353 
425,697 



3,383 

178 
192 
584 
916 
518 
394 
140 
101 
360 



49,445 



336 


21,365 


147 


7,954 


90 


3,647 


113 


5,124 


81 


4,132 


62 


3,114 


35 


1,368 


14 


540 


40 


1,701 



See foot:.otec at eiid of table. 



4.10 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES-GENERAL STATISTICS 



T:ible lA.— CITY SIZE- 



-SELECTED SERVICES— UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1948— Continued 

hSTABLISHMENTS. RECEIPTS, FaY RoLL, AND PERSONNEL 



kinJ ot business, and city siic 
Itusiber oi inhabitants) 


Establish- 
ments 


Receipts, 
entire year 

IThousdud 


Pjy roll, 
entire year 

(Thouidtid 


.•Hctive 
proprie- 
tors," 
November 


Plid 

employees. 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 


Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov. 15 


Kind oi' business, and city sik 
(number of inhabitants) 


Establish- 
ments 


Re;eipts, 
entire year 

iTIioujar.a 


Pay roll, 
entire year 

(Tlioii.idnJ 


Active 
proprie- 
tors.* 
November 


Paid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 


Pay roll. 

WTirkweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 




(Numbrr'j 


Jullars) 


ilillurs) 


{\umbcT) 


(Humtxr) 


(Dolbrj) 




(Number) 


liolij-,) 


dollars) 


(?Vumber) 


Oiu'nber; 


(Oolkrs; 


PEESOHAL, BUSINESS, AND 














PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND 














■lEPAIB SERVICES— Con. 














REPAIR SERVICES— Con. 














Misc. repair services — 




























Continued 














Misc. repair services — 
Continued 














Misc. repair shops — Con. 




























Repair shops, n.e.c— Con. 














Repair shops, n.e.c. — Con. 














Sewiiv; machine repair 














Typewriter repair .shops. 


tjJS 


7,618 


1,651 


683 


770 


33,038 




438 


:<,961 


39 i 


531 


196 


8,136 


500,000 or more 


2;.3 


3,6..! 


906 


285 


363 




Cities of— 

500,000 or more 

2;0,000 to 499,999.. 


16,901 


203 
37 


2,211 


263 


237 
38 


110 


5,23'' 


250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to .?49,999. , 


61 

ol 


7,0 
742 


163 
171 


64 

58 


82 
86 


3, -14 


100,000 to 249,999.. 


38 


233 


7 


43 




IJO 






515 


103 


52 


62 


2,112 


50,000 to 99,999.... 
25,000 to 49,999.... 


25 
33 


224 
299 


13 
43 


28 
34 


8 
23 


349 
9-7 


10,000 to 24,999.... 


81 


680 


lU 


84 


^"3 


1,88.: 

2, .347 


10,000 to 24,999 


66 


305 


10 














1^ 


36 




313 


i,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 


33 
14 


142 
44 


14 


35 

13 


6 


263 


Remainder of U. S 


23 


61 
358 


,5 


11 

2<, 


3 
29 


81 
1,781 


Remainder of U. 3 


39 


107 


5 


39 


4 


123 


Weldirv,' shops 


3,536 


3o,854 


8,844 


3,832 


3,434 


178,297 


Stove repair shops 

Cities of— 

jOO,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999.... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 


207 


2,592 


572 


232 


242 


11,947 


Cities of— 

500,000 or more 


284 


4,811 


1,535 


319 


512 


28,527 


102 
24 
28 
10 

13 
10 
5 
3 


1,346 
546 
350 
112 
74 
87 
32 
8 


293 
146 
95 
13 

5 

13 

5 


119 
24 
27 
13 

15 

12 

5 

3 


34 
9 
3 
9 


6,285 

3,005 

l,7b4 

286 

102 

320 


250,000 to 499,999.. 
100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999.... 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 


142 
206 
202 
243 
421 
342 
275 


1,671 
3,402 
3,0o3 
3,246 
4,603 
3,234 
2,348 


480 

1,103 
St>9 
899 

1,069 
637 
481 


1'9 
231 
215 
271 
461 
371 
291 


175 
378 
321 
360 
4..,2 
286 
2W 


10,385 
21,437 
17,lol 
17,816 
21,402 
12,835 
9,. 01 


... 




Remainder of U. S 


1,416 


10,476 


1,771 


1,514 


736 


39,173 


Remainder of U. S 


12 


37 


2 


14 


4 


185 


















211 


1,570 


353 


220 


191 


7,420 


Other repair shops, n.e.c 
Cities of— 


15,956 


322,045 


97,838 


16,765 


35,560 


1,941,537 


Cities of-- 




500,000 or more 


32 


280 


57 


35 


29 


1,252 


500,000 or more 


3,317 


84,695 


28,298 


3,250 


9,351 


558,821 


250,000 to 499,999.. 


23 


298 


88 


24 


48 


1,7X 


250,000 to 499,999.. 


1,064 


27,011 


8,617 


1,031 


3,206 


170,266 


100,000 to 249,999.. 


23 


149 


33 


24 


19 


672 


100,000 to 249,999.. 


1,225 


30, .36 


9,522 


1,2-7 


3,526 


186,345 


50,000 to 99,999.... 


16 


105 


14 


17 


8 


320 


jO,000 to 99,999 


882 


32,732 


12,28-,- 


90.; 


3,763 


21o,841 


25,000 to 49,999 


10 


95 


17 


10 


12 


422 


2-.,0OO to 49,999 


894 


17,5 7 


4,985 


970 


1,966 


103,527 


10,000 to 24,999.... 


19 


341 


107 


19 


43 


2,118 


10,000 to 24,999.... 


1,489 


2S,9i7 


8,272 


l,u40 


3,2i2 


162, 372 


5,000 to 9,999 


11 


34 


1 


12 


1 


39 


5,000 to 9,999 


1,123 


18,252 


,,0t3 


1,226 


2,003 


99,782 


2,500 to 4,999 


9 


50 


7 


10 


4 


97 


2,500 to 4,999 


936 


12,614 


3,06.- 


l,Oil 


1,234 


ul,97j 


Remainder of U, S 


68 


218 


29 


69 


27 


764 


Remainder of U. S 


5,026 


69,o91 


17,V32| -,43o 


7,259 


381,610 



* Proprleto:-. 0/ unincorporated businesses* 
X Withheld u> avoid disclosure, 
z Less than $iOO. 
n,a, M~t avriilable or not applicable, 
n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified, 

^ Includes motion picture theaters. 



^ 



i 



CITY SIZE 

Tabic 4B.— CITY. SIZE— PERSONAL, BUSINESS, AND REPAIR SERVICES, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION: 1948 

ESTABLISHMKNIS. RFfKIPTS, pAY ROLL, AND PERSONNEL 



4.11 



Geographic division ind city-siK 
(number ot inhahunls) 



Establish- 
ments 



(\u...beT) 



Receipts, 
entire year 



(Thoujutid 

lipUdTt) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



{ThoHsand 
AilUrs) 



Active 

propne- 

tors." 

November 

dumber) 



Paid 

employees, 

%'orltweelc 

ended 

nearest 

Nov. 15 



Payroll, 
workweek 
ended 
nearest 
Nov, 15 

(DoIWi) 



Geot(raphic division and aty-size 
(number of inhabitants) 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts, 
entire year 



(TTiouwnd 
dolldri) 



Pay roll, 
entire year 



(Thtnuand 
dollars) 



propne- 

tors.* 

November 



(Number) 



Piid 

employees, 

workweek 

ended 

nearest 

Nov 15 

(Number) 



Pay roU. 

workweek 
ended 
nearest 

Nov, 15 

(Dollari) 



United States, total.... 
Cities of — 

50O,(3(X) or mere 

250,000 to 499,999.. 

100,000 to 249,999.. 

50,000 to 99,999.... 

25,000 to 49,999.... 

10,000 to 24,999.... 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of area 

New England, total 

Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remaindt>r of area 

Middle Atlantic, total 

CiUes of— 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of area 

East North Central, total... 
Cities of-- 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 lo 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of area 

West North Central, total... 
Cities of — 

500,000 or more 

250,000 to 499,999 

100,000 to 249,999 

50,000 to 99,999 

25,000 to 49,999 

10,000 to 24,999 

5,000 to 9,999 

2,500 to 4,999 

Remainder of area 



5?9,559 



8,578,102 



2,871.214 



574,010 



e;3.- Ju 



147,876 
39,714 
51,256 
41,933 
41,601 
55,359 
38,483 
29,687 

1U,650 

38,709 



3,249,166 
789,392 
917,703 
682,956 
615,458 
725,825 
418,163 
279,639 
899,860 

507,270 



1,243,890 
290,181 
319,228 
232,024 
204,013 
220,985 
115,145 
69,415 
176,333 

158,981 



147,807 
39,931 
50,894 
42,519 
42,722 
58,421 
40,861 
31,578 

119,877 

38,210 



488,313 
134,282 
157,991 
1